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VOL. II-No. 98.
MCRICAN ORIENTALS RALLY!!1
FAST TO SUPPORT OF
)N FRANCISCO HEADS MOVEMENT
,w York and Other Cltlaa Qlv A
latanc To Plan That Would
Shatter Power of
1AN FUANCI8CO. Oct. t. IHpec
Li. Working Ilk beaver for the
ucctiM of lha revolt agalnt the
flunrhu dynaaty. Chlneae revolution-
li-ailcra here have, they declare,
ll,.ci..a mora than I7UU.000 la the
lilted State, with which to aid
Imlr brothera throw off the yoke of
ha alU-n Tartar hoiiae whleti for cent
iri... ha ruled In 'eking-
W have not only ralaed money."
mIi! Ton King Chong. secretary of
he revolutionary ctiiji"h"ww n tn-w
I'nlted Ktatea, today, "but many of
;he (una now roaring for freedom
ilotig the Yangtae Klang were bought
Hh American dollara contrlhuled by
l,e Chlneao In San Franclaco and
i.ald rlnht Into headquarter In "Snof
f.ird Ally." In all San Franclaco,
Sw York, Chicago, Iloaton and other
Ami-rlrnn cltlea nearly I750.0O0 hna
tU ralaed Fur yeara the Chlneae
ii Anierlra have aten freedom. Tbey
nt freedom In Cblua. They are giv
ing their money and. If It become
Hweamiry. they w,lll crtaa th Pailt
themaeive 10 aiiouwrr a ami.
tVniu ant-ret aourrea to the revolu
tionary commltle ara coming dally
tllspU-hr which will repay the con
trlbutora to the national tuna tor
freedom. At the atari of tha revolu-
1 1.. i. flmilita of aocceaa were freelv
!eiireHed hut today all la confident
lu Chinatown and lu lu narrow alley
i-rowd throng to read tha queer twist
ed character, chatter delightedly a
new cornea of tha Manchu atralta.
and even, occalonally, break Into
bat I very nearly an American
Th.ra nrl,lilv la mora animated
lntereled In the Chin revolution
ly the people or San Franclnco than
any where ele In the United Statea.
Kallmatea of the number of Chlneae
hre vary from 8000 to 15,000. I'lct
urem)ie Chinatown, with It alngular
temple bell, quaint prlel. peculiar
marl of oriental trade people, It
iii ii I u I nn n wl aim all-footed v omen and
hy. gaudily dreed chlldien, la all
aglow over the newa of the battle.
China' civil war Ins arotiaed the
Aalatlr from alugKlih. aleepy-eyed
quietude to rabid. Occidental excite
ment. OREGON CITY PLAYS TODAY.
The rireaon fit football team and
the fat Athlello Club team of Port
land will play at Canemah Park thl
ft.rnruin Tha teaina are evenly
matched and the game t expected to
be exciting throughout.
TO ED AY
Putting It Over
! ..4.YW V
Threa buck to ue the vernacular.
Three dollar In real money and not
a Bit dear at the price.
The Willamette Hat have mat with
mtant favor among the mot criti
cal man. and vnuna man.
Th 8tton hat yofc pay S5 for them
n roniana, w anow in
noveltla at $4. No need of wearing
your darby lopsided. W have the
lateit branch Conformateur and
build' the hat to your head.
How about tha clothe question VV
r far to th good when It coma
to stylish apparel.
Not Like Othera.
th and Main Sa.
AUt GITTMV& T,,W. ITT 1 WATER! K
MEETING TO ORGANIZE I
ORCHESTRA IS CALLED!
"What paaalon cannot music ralne
When Jubal alruck hi chorded ahell.
(II tuneful brethren ((Kd around.
And wondering, on their facet fell
To worship that celestial lound,
I'M than a god. they thought there
could not dwell
Within the hollow of that-ahell.
That poke ao awetly and ao well
What pnailona cannot mualc ralae and
Oregon City la going to have a band
a real bona fide bund. There has
been a lot of talk about the organiza
tion of thla band, and all that, but It
I going to eventuate. A meeting will
be held tomorrow night In the par
lor of the Commercial Club for the
purpoRe of Interesting local talent. J.
A. Sager. formerly of Mlco, Okla., will
be In charge. Mr. Sagef la one of the
flnet mualclan In the country, ana
It I thought the orchestra will have
twentv-flvo or thirty member. There
are thirty or forty good mualclan In
the city, and the majority or mem
have agreed to become member of
the orcheatra. All other cltle and
many of the town In the atate have
band, and there 1 no reaaon why
Oregon City should not have one of
ALISKY HEARING GOES
OVER TILL SATURDAY
Judge Campbell Saturday postpon
ed until next Saturday the hearing of
the motion of Mra. Cleta Pearl Allnky,
lter of Maybelle Oilman Corer,
against C. W. Allsky, on of C. A.
Allsky. a wenlthy retired Portland con
fectioner, for $5,000 ult money. 2r.U
a month alimony and 1.000 attorney"
fee. The court deferred the argumeni
of the motion In order to give the
defendant n opportunity to file coun
ter affidavit. Mr. Allky wa here
with her attorney but the defendant
did not put In an -appearance. He
alHO 1 aulng for a divorce, hi com
plaint and that of hi wife having
been filed on the unie day. He namek
a San Faranclsco actor and she name
two women as corespondent.
FINDS LOST WATCH
A traveling salesman of Portland,
lot a gold watch which wa valued
very highly. In this city Friday. An
advertisement was Inserted In Satur
day morning' Enterprise, and H. J.
Hlgger, one of tha merchant on
Seventh treet, reading the "ad In
formed one of the employe of the
Dally Enterprise that he had founu
a gold watch, and the new waa com
municated to the salesman In Port
land who Immediately telephoned a
description of the one he lost, which
corresponded with the one found. It
was ent to th owner. The salesman
was fortunate that the watch wa
found by man conscientious enough
to-return It. .
. WEEKLY CNTCrPRISC ESTABLISHED I860
OREGON CITY, OKKOON, 8UNPAY, OCTOHEIt 22, 1911.
THE m LET
PERPETRATED BY WALT Ac POUGA Lli
D TO BE. THE DAY OF THE BK? TIDE DOWN AT ABSECON i
FINAL TRIBUTE IS
PAID ADOLPH JOEHNKE
The funeral of Adolph Joehnke, son
of Mr. and Mrs. Joehnke. of Mount
Pleasant, who died Thursday, waa held
Saturday afternoon at 2 o'clock at
the home. Rec. C. W. Robinson, rec
tor of St. Paul's Episcopal church,
officiated, and a quartet from the
Episcopal church rendered several ap
propriate selections. As the young
man was well known and highly es
teemed many beautiful . floral offer
ings were in evidence, and the room
whert the services were conducted
was a mass of flower. Many friend
of the young man and of the family
attended. The Interment was In the
Mountain View cemetery. The pall
bearers were friends of the deceased.
They were Marshall J. Laxelle, Dr.
Jenkins. Frank Hendricks. John Tel
ford. Arthur King. Clint Black.
MRS. BROWN TO VISIT OLD HOME.
Mrs. A. 8. Drown and youngest eon,
deary, of Clackamas Heights, left
Tuesday for Grlnnell, Iowa, where
they will visit her mother and sister,
whom Lhe haa not seen for more than
twenty-five years. Mrs. Brown and
her son will remain for some time In
the East. The little boy, who ha
been drummer boy at the Parkplace
school for the past four years, will
be missed by hi associates when the
time comes to take up his duties a
1j Home Tracts
FINESTi SOIL IN CLACKAMAS COUNTY
W have 24 tract of land containing from on to six acre each,
beautifully located within one-half mil of the corporate limit of Oregon
City, with excellent view of the eurroundlng country. Th grade of the
Clacka"1 Southern Railway Company ha been completed through the
original farm and a forty-foot roadway paise ch tract. The man who
depend on hi labor for hi livelihood ahould have land enough to rait
hi own fruit and vegetable and thereby save a large part of hi earn
Ing. The tract ar sold at reasonable rate and on ay payment.
Thl I not a real aitata boom but an opportunity , for a man to
get a horn near town, conveniently located and with sufficient space
about his home to raise hi own fruit and vegetable
All of thl aoH I rich and productive and fro from rock and gravel.
A most enjoyable time was. had at
Knapp Hall, Friday evening, when the
Fraternal Brotherhood held a aocla.
meeting, which waa largely attended
by the members of the order and
frlenda. A this was an open meet
in; friend were given a cordial In
vitation. The early part of the eve
ning wa devoted to a musical and
literary program and was followed by
cards and dancing. Sandwiches, coffee
and cake were served In the banquet
The following program was given.
Zither solo, Mr. Gauchey; aolo, Arch
Long; recitation, Sammy McLarty;
vocal solo. Mrs. William Harvey:
xltber aolo. Arch Long; address, A. M.
Slnnott, president of the order ad
dress. Mr. Snyder; flute solo, Mr.
Gauchey. The music for the dancing
was furnished by Henry Pusey ana
Frank Busch, Jr.
The meetings are held occasionally
so as to Interest the members and to
have those who are - not member
join In the festivities and to see that
this order not only has business to
transact but may have a good time as
well. There are 153 members of the
order, and the regular business meet
ings are held each week.
Are tou subm rlber to the Morn
ing Enterprise? II not you should call
and Jet ua pu yoi.r name on the ul
scrlptlon list Immediately '
G. B. DIMICK
Room 3, AndresnB tiding
OREGON CITY HIGH
PORTLAND TEAM IS OUTCLASSED
AND LOSES BY SCORE
OF 36 TO 3.
SHEAHAN, WILSON AND CROSS STARS
Viakor Near End Of Second Quarter
Cat Ball On O. C 25-Yard
' ' Line And Kick Goal
By the overwhelming score of 28 to
S, the fast aggregation of the Oregon
City High School Saturday afternoon
won an exciting football game on
Gladstone Park field from the second
team of the Lincoln High School oi
Portland. The vUitora were outplay
ed at every point, but put up a game
fight and contested tha ground until
the laat whistle blew. Near the end
of the second quarter Lincoln obtained
the ball on Oregon City 25-yard line
and booted the oval over for a field
goalr-tnaklng -tbeir-Jone. three, points,
Sbeahan, Wlbjon and Croaa were the
bright star for Oregon City. On th
second down after the ball bad been
put Into play, the fleet-footed . right
end of the local team grabbed a well
executed forward pas and waa down
close to Lincoln' goal, and the ball
waa given to Gault for a touchdown.
Only once did the Oregon City lads
fall to -convert a touchdown Into a
goal. In the second quarter Sheahan
again made five points from a forward
pass and Michel kicked goal. A few
minutes later Sheahan got away with
a long run for a touchdown. Graves
annexed Ave more point In the third
quarter and goal wa kicked from hi
touchdown and Wilson duplicated the
trick In the last quarter of the game.
The most exciting play was pulled
off just before the final whistle blew
when the visitors fumbled and Hnea
han carried the sphere the - whole
length of the field for a touchdown.
Goal was kicked.
The line-up follows:
Oregon city High. Lincoln High.
Grsves. Fredericks Bremner
(LTR.) " ,
Gault W. Greer
J. Beatle, Waldron CelesUrie
A -., (RTL.) '
Sheahan (Capt) Ramsdell
Wilson Lewis (Capt.)
Caufield, C. Beatle MumforJ
Cross T. Greer
, Referee. Ralston; umpire, White;
field Judge, Kelly; head lineman.
Moore; timekeepers. Freeman and
Goodwin; quarter, 10 mlnutea each.
SUES FRIDAY; IS
Martha L. Wetsmandel filed suit for
divorce Friday, through Attorneys
Brownell and Stone, from John 3.
Welamandel, and waa granted the de
cree Saturday morning. They were
married June lS. 1904, in Oregon City,
the plaintiff alleged that her husband
threatened . her life and was cruel to
her on various occasions. Her maid
en name, Martha L. Rider, was re
stored to her.
Ole Larsen filed suit for divorce
from Annie Larsen. They were mar
ried In Tacoma, October 15, 1889. The
plaintiff alleges that his wife attacked
him with a stick of wood September
22, 1910. The suit wa filed by Attor
neys Brownell and Stone.
MAY CLOSE OFFICE, HERE. .
Dr. Lehman & Ingram, th chiro
practic physicians, ar contemplating
discontinuing their office In the Reav
er Building here, their practice in
Sellwood rendering it necessary foi
them to devote more of their time to
their patients in that city.
DERTHICK CLUB PLANS
WORK FOR SEASON
The Derthlck Club met at the home '
of Mrs. C. H. Melssner Friday arter
noon, and plana were discussed for
the year's work. It was declned to
have the next meeting at the home of
Mrs. W. S. U'Ren Friday afternoon,
November 3. when Mrs. U'Ren and
Mrs. John F. Clark will be the hos
tesses of the afternoon. As the birth
day anniversary of th great compos
er, Listx, was October 22, a program
will be given November S. when com
positions of Usxt will be given. Mrs.
Melssner served refreshments.
The members attending were Mrs.
Charles Caufield, Mrs. 8. O. Dlllman,
Mrs. W. A. Dlmlck, Mrs. Leon Des
lJirr.es, Mrs. R. C. C.anong. Mrs. Anna
Hayes, Mrs. O. L. Hedges, Mrs. J. E.
Hedges, Mr. M. D. Latourette, Mrs
Theodore Osmond.. Mr. L. L. Porter,
Mr. C. O. Mlllor, Mrs. J. W. Moffatt,
Mrs. C. H. Melssner and Miss Muriel
Our greatest clubbing offer. The
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Weekly Oregonlan, both until Novem
ber t. 1912. for only $3. Offer close
October 81, MIL
START THIS WEB.
ASPIRANTS FOR' MAYORALTY
AND COUNCIL ARE EXPECT
ED TO ANNOUNCE.
JiDRLSEN WAITING TOR PETITION
John A. Albright Only Man To An
nounce For Council Many
Othera Ar Urged To
Enter Contest. ' -
At least one man who has been
mentioned for the mayoralty and prob
ably another are expected to announce
thla week. Just a Uttle-nore than a
month Intervenes between now and
th election, and the candidate will
need at least, that much time in which
to make their canvae. As a mat
ter of fact the office Is not an alluring
one, and the men urged to make the
raca are loath to announce). The fact
that there la no salary connected with
the office, despite the onerous du
ties of j.h.e mayor, and the criticisms
that r certain to be- made,- no mat
ter now efficient the Incumbent, cause
many good men to forego the honor,
which could probably be theirs for the
W'Hltum Androgen aaid Saturday
night that he would make a deflniu
announcement Just as aoon aa the pe
tition which haa been circulated urg
ing htm to make the race la presented
to him. More than 400 persona Have
signed the petition, according to re
port. Mr. Andresen Is president of
the.f lty council, and haa been a mem
ber of that body tot six years. He Is
regarded as probably th best Inform
ed man regarding the city's finance
In th city, and it I a foregone con
clusion that he would make an excel
lent mayor. Other mentioned for the
office are M. D. La tou ret te and C. O.
Huntley. Mr. Huntley I expected to
return from a hunting trip this week.
Three councilmen will be elected at
the coming election. Harry Draper
and F. J. Tooze have been mentioned
as successors of Dr. M. C. trlckland.
John F. Albright Is a candidate In the
first ward and Captain M. D. Phillips
has been mentioned as a candidate
In that ward to aucceed Mr. Andre.,
sen. who has announced that he posi
tively will not be a candidate for re
election. No one has been mentioned
as a candidate to succeed Mr. Michels.
Although the councilmen are elected
for three years. If the commission
form of government la adoptedthe men
elected this fall will serve. It Is
thought, only one year.
STREET WORK DOES,
NOT INCREASE LEVY
reunite the fact that the present
City Council has authorized the build
ing of more streets than any or its
predecessors, and toere la much more
work to be done, the levy approved at
the meeting Friday night Is the same
aa has been made for seven or )tght
yeara.' The levy Is eight mills for the
general fund and street fund, five mills
for the former and nree ror me latter.
A TON OF CAUDY
Just received. Its the famous RED RIBBON
brand, and sells for 15c per pound. The best in
quality and most in quantity.
Martin's 5c, 10c and 15c Store.
613 Main St. x Oregon City.
Six Per Cent Semi-Annual
interest Coupon Bonds.
THE CLACKAMAS SOUTHERN RAILWAY COMPANY I now
offering to our horn people It first mortagag per cent eml-annual
Interest coupon bond, and a th bond r limited to tie, rails and
equipment and all other work, auch a grading and bridge, ar paid
for by stock subscriptions, n bond Issued by this, company ar flrt
clat. The bonds ar lued In th following denominatlona, via.:
$100, $500, $1,000. !
Th Clackama Southern Railway Company offer the following
raon why the bond should b sold In Oregon:
FIRST It I an Oregon entrprl and owned by Orgon paopl.
SECOND The country traversed by thl Una I thickly popu
lated and haa freight and paenger traffic In lght to mak It th bt
paying road 'n Oregon for It tenth.
THIRD Th bet bualnet men and farmr n th County ar
stockholder In thl road and authorized th lu of th bond at th
stockholders' meeting by unanimous vot.
FOURTH The bonds draw pr cent lntrt and th holdr
gat hi Interest twlc each year.
- Call on or addr.
G. B. DIMICK
Secretory C. S. Ry. Co.
Pn Wbkx, 10 Churn
POLICE TRACE VANDAL THROUGH
PETALS WHICH FALL -.
FLOWERS ADM BY IC3DS
Guilty Person Is Advised By Authori
ties To Return plants No .
Questions Will B
A thief entered the grounds of th
McLoughlln home one evening laat
week and took from the geraninm ben
the choicest plant, which was In tne
center. The plant waa presented to
the park by Mr. David Caufield, presi
dent of th Woman' Club, and haa
been taken car of by Mr. and Mrs.
Joseph Alldredge, who live in th Mc
Loughlln home. The plant bad at
tracted the attention of many person
visiting the park by it beautiful col
oring and the abundance of flower.
Not -only- did - the thief - taktbzs
plant but took a One salvia plant that
was covered with bright colored blos
som, and which had Just been potted
by Mrs. Alldridg with the Intention
of beautifying the Interior of the Mc-'
Loughlin home thla winter.
The person who stole the plant
was traced for two blocka through
petals which fell from the blossom.
The police advise the guilty person
to return th plant Immediately. No
question will be asked If the plants
ar returned. ,. Th geranium that waa
stolen Is the only one of Its variety
In this city and can be identified
The members of the Woman's Clul
have worked hard to beautify the
park, and they do not Intend ' that
their work shall go for naught.' Mc
Loughlin Park laat summer waa visit
ed by many hundreds of visitors, and
all of whom spoke of th beautiful
flower. Every effort will be mad to
see that the flowers taken last week
ELKS HAVE OPTIOIi Oil
HKE MAIH STREET LOT
The Oregon City Lodge of Elk haa
about completed arrangement for th
purchase of one of the moet desira
ble lota on Main street If th deal
Is consummated It Is planned to build
one of the finest clubhouse of any
lodge In the state. Tne R.iae nave
been looking for place for a per
manent home for more than a year.
The lot under consideration ha front
age of sixty-six feet on Main streets
and extends back 105 feet. Few
lodges In the state have been more
successful than No. 1189, and the
membership Is about zoo. ur. uiyae
Mount, Exalted Ruler, said Saturday
night that the deal for the lot had
not been closed. .
Our greatest clubbing offer. The
Morning Enterprise by mail and the
Weekly Oregonlan, both until Novem
ber 1, 1912. for only $3. Offer closes
October 31, 1911.