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I WIATMIH INDICATION.
I Oregon Clty-ralr Thursday;
I north!"-'' "
I orKon-Kitlr Thursday; north
I to east winds.
a Th only daily newspaper fca.
twee Portland and Salem; lraa '
lata In a vary auction af Claka a
maa County, with a population a
30.000. Aro you an advertiser?
WEEKLY ENTERPRISE ESTABLISHED I 5 0 G
VOL 11 -No. KM).
OltKQON CITY. ORKGON, TUUI18DAY, OCTOHEtt 2G, 1911.
Pkb Wbi, 10 Cxjtm
GIANTS WIN WITH IARCANUM LODGE
SONS OF VETERANS'
CAMP IS ASSURED
STILL SWATTING THE FOOD GERMS.
AIDED BY FATHER
RALLY Iff TENTH
ACCUSED PASTOR r
HICHISON TILLS AGIO PAHtNT
THAT HI DID NOT KILL
GRAND JURY STARTS PROBE TODAY
Miniatft Statement, Daclaraa Ha
Old Not JMt Har, But That
She Quit Him Prlaonar Says
Ha Will Ba Praad.
IIOHTOS. Ort. 25 Thomaa Var
land ltU ltou. Ilia Vged fiillmr of Hov.
rinrnr V T. Rlcheaon. visited hla
aim In tlin Charles at root Jail thla at
lru- The meeting between the
aited Virginia tobacco planter and the
clvricy mtn accuaed of Ilia murder of
tba former rbulr singer. Avla Uiinell.
m in alTectlng one. It waa th
flrit ilia tbvy had seen aacb other In
Tha sicuied man waa heard to aa :
"Father. I am Innocent; I am inno.
MfciuKltt K loUeaou, of Chltao
brother, alao arrived today to aid th
dfutie. The grand Jury which la to
Invrailica'e the death or Mlaa Llnnell
will l)Kln Ha work tonorrow.
The aihumed body of Mlaa Unnell
an eiamlned today In a aearcb lor a
bottle or other container that might
hive held .the notion draught. The
niatrli-l Attorney aald later:
"Dr. Iary, the medical amler,
hi! reported to ma that uihhi ezam
tuition uo container waa found In tha
enkrt and the bathrobe or wrapper
hid no pocket
-Some) of tha oritnna have ben re
tained by the medical examiner for the
purposes of elimination the poialblllty
tbit any other polaon could have been
used In association with tha cynaldn. '
Joaeh Kin. chief of detective!,
admitted tonlitht that woiuan wit
oeia who waa conaldered Important
hid heen eliminated from tha caae. II
found ihe had made up her auppoaed
evidence anal nit tha mlnlater.
' Rlrheaon. In tba flrat lengthy atate
menl alnc hla arreit. denlea that ha
dealroyed or Jilted Mlaa Avla Unnell
He declarea that ha baa leltera Jo
prove that the girl Jilted him.
To Violet Kdmanda, tha girl ha wa
lo have wed laat week, tba accuaed
praarher haa unburdened bla mind,
according to Mlaa Kdmanda' cloaeat
"I never deceived Avla Unnell In
any way. It la an outrage to aay I be
trayed her. truth of tha whola mat
ter la that aba Jtled ma." la tba atata
bent of tha accuaed mlnlater.
"It la true that at ona lima wa were
niiged." he continue. "1 looked
forward to tha tlma whan I could
mike her my wife, but trouble that I
hid not dreamed of aroae. Bbe chang
ed her mind. She wanted to become
as opera alnger Inatead of paaalng
tha time In a parsonage. That la why
ha broke off the engagement."
FINAL TRIBUTE 1$
PAID RALPH DM
One of the largest funerala ever neld
In Clackamaa County waa that of
Ralph nimlck. at Hubbard. Wednes
day. Many frlenda of the young man
In this city and Portland attendod.
nd all parta of the county were reo
reiented. The active pall bearera
were Frank P. Collier, James H. Bach,
Dominic Calllcrate, William Arnold,
James Thompion and William C.
8chmldt, and - the . honorary pall
bearera were frlenda of Mr. Dlralck
who live In thla county. Rev. Father
Mcdinn officiated at the funeral which
hold In the armory. The Inter
ment sa In the J. B. Dlmlck lot In
the Hubbard cemetery. Among thoao
In attendance waa President Ferrln,
of Pacific. Unlverslay. Father Mc
(ilnu delivered an eloquent aermon.
Many of the young man'a boyhood
frlcnilH attended the aervlce.
A. t OSWALT'S
L IS SET ASIDE
County Judge Beatle Wednesday at
tornoon net aalde the will of Mlaa A.
E. Onwalt. who died at her home In
Molalla, July 3. on the ground that
be wns mentally Incompetent to die
Poe of her property. The contest
s made by her brother, Jacob Os
lt, through bla attorney. O. D. Kby.
The evldonce ahowed that Mlsa Oswalt
ld been 111 for aeveral months before
hr doath, and It waa alleged that her
Hind was Impaired. She waa fifty
ven" years of age. The estate la
vilued at $1,000.
TO ENLIST IN NAVY
, Millard Olllett, who waa a postman
In . i . . ,V .haa
rorunna ior sixteen mumo.
''litned his Boo'tlon and will leave
Monday for San Francisco, where he
enter the hospital corpa of the
J'nli'd States navy. Hla headquarters
ff thla winter will be at San Fran
''o. several other young men or
Pnrtl. A . . . A ik m m m m time
; " win leave. i iu
join me navy
lard Olllett la the aon of Mr.
. . .VI. JltV
iri. jonn otiieu, oi
well known here and haa many
. t r'nm.
He la a memuor i
O, Oregon National Guards of
IS. CAROTHERS. 88,
Mra. Illlah Ann Carothera, one of
the oldeat and teit known reeldenti
of Oregon City, whoae home la at
Canemah, entertained a number of her
frlenda Tuesday afternoon. The oc
caalon waa the celebration of Mra.
Carothera eighty-eighth birthday, and
ahe waa preaented with beautiful flow
era and other art Idea. One of the
feat urea waa the dinner aerved about
1 o'clock, prepared by Mrs. Carothera'
daughter, Mra. M. A. Plummer. Many
remlnlacencea or the early daya ware
told, and there were aeveral ploneera
of Oregon In attendance.
Preaent were Mra. William Orlf
fltb, Mra. Wattenpaugh. Mlaa Ada Bed
well, Mra. Emma Wllklnaon, Mra. Wil
liam II. Paddock. Mra. J. W. O'Con
nell, Mra. Ha rah Dlckeraon, Mlaa Ella
Qulnn, Mln May paddock. Mra. Anna
llirtt. Mra. Orpha Hennlngaen, Mra.
R. J. Blanchard, Mra. M. A. Plummer,
Mlaa Rota Carothera. W. J. plummer.
Mra. Harah Miller, all or Oregon city;
Mra. Mary Allbrlght. J. H. Allbrlght
and Lawrence Allbrlght. or Unlveralty
Park. Portland: Mra. P. H. Edlefaen.
of Bt. John; Mra. Mary Gray, of Port-
Mra. Carothera waa born In Cialr
mont county, Ohio, her maiden name
i,.in. miah Ann rirav. She waa mar
ried In 1849 to Ervln Carothera. who
waa alao born In Ohio. They croaaed
the plalna In 1853 by team In company
with their little daugnter. now mra.
Plummer. They flrat Bottled on the
Peter Ranch place near Molalla, and
afterward moved to Oregon City, aet
tllng at Canemah. The home built
for the Carothera family In 1866 U
now occupied by Mra. Carothera. She
la enjoying very good health deeplte
her age. Some of her needlework
waa recently placed on exhibition a:
the Clackamaa County Fair and waa
admired by hundreda of vlaltora. Mrs.
Carothera atlll enjoya her afternoona
In nedlework and many of her frlenda
call at the hoapltable borne, where
they are alwaya welcomed by thin
It Is expected that the Commercial
Club will make arrangements today
ror the reception or the State Canal
Commlsnlon. Including Qovernor Weac,
Secretary or State Alcott and State
Treasurer Kay. who will come to Ore
aon City Saturday to Inspect the locks
and canal and look over the routes
proposed ror the new canal nd locks
on the East Side. All persons Interest
ed probably will be present, and the
commission will be given all the in
. ....... u. i tn nh i n reaard-
Ing the proposed canal and locks, so
that tne siaie a nimuu.
"According to tterae"1t,.P,?v'''!?
by the Portland Railway. Light A Pow
er Company Its locka have shown a
deficit for the years 1910 and 1911.
PLANNED BY UNION
ance Union of Oregon City held an
open meeting In the Baptist church
Tuesday evening. The speakers were
Messrs. Cross. Bchuebel and Uder.
concerning the moral oondltlona o
Oregon City, anu in- -y
work .ong llnea of reform, and th
creating of public, aentlment regard
InS temperance law. that have been
pained should ba rigidly enforced, they
declared. Mra. Leon DeaLarxea and
Mlsa Juliet Cross added. much to Ihe
enjoyment of the occasion by their
Patroms our aavartlaere.
HUNTS BABY, HE SAYS
WIFE TOOK FROM HIM
V. 'tongue waa In thla city on Mon
day aearchlng for hla baby that waa
taken by hla' wife to British Columbia,
their destination being unknown to
the father of the child. Mr. and Mrs.
Tongue recently aeparated, and the
father waa In poaaeaalon of the child,
lid allegea the mother took It from
him. Mr. Tongue aaya that he will
not atop until be finds them. He Is
about twenty-eight yeara of age.
The achool building at Concord the
finest In the atate for Its site will be
dedicated at 2 o'clock Saturday after
noon. Although the building contains
only two rooms, the cost waa $7,000.
All modern convenlencea have beu
Installed, the water being obtained
from a well bored for the purpoae.
The old building, which la better than
a large number of achool houaea In
the county, will he razed. Superinten
dent of County Schoola Gary will de
liver an addreaa, and Superintendent
Tooxe and tbe principals, of the Ore
gon Clty'achoola, have been Invited to
apeak. The program for the dedica
tion waa arranged by Mra. Ella H.
Rlsley and Professor Pftngston and
Mlsa Draper, the latter two being the
teachers. Tbe board or directors Is
composed or H. C. Starkweather,
Charles Rlsley and John R. Oatfleld.
A NEW LIPE TO
a film of current events of univer
sal interest from the entire world.
It whets the interest, induces peo
ple to drop in and see it andinvites
them to renew the experience. '
SHOWN EVERY FRIDAY
TOUD AY'S ProtSrem
BILLY, THE KID Western Pictare
THE AUTO BUG ;
HOW MRS. MURRAY SAVED THE
BABY ID PETS ALIKE
REVEL IN EGG BATH
Talk about your Junior live wire
and your ''yellow kid.," there waa cer
tainly one In tbla city thla week, the
youngedt being tbe son of one of Ore
gon Clty'a prominent live wlrea or tno
Commercial Club. The mother bad
Just received two dozen fresh egg
and had placed them in tbe kitchen on
tbe table. While engaged In conver
sation with one or her neighbors she
missed ber child, and entering the
room round that . fee had taken ad
vantage of her absence, and like "Mr.
and Mra. Newly Weda' " youngster
had bespattered the floor with eggs
that coat 35 cents a dozen. Two of
the nelghbor'a dogs, which are fond
of thla child, were enjoying a feast,
one of which waa licking the yolk
from the child's face, while the other
waa feasting on the egg that covered
the child's clothing' and ahoea. The
presence of the dogs did not frighten
the little fellow, and he was JUBt get
ting ready to take a new aupply out
of tbe basket when the mother ap
peared, and the baby said, "Mamma,
eggs! Mamma, eggs! dogs, dogs." It
waa necessary to give the child a
bath which he did not relish, and no
doubt will not care to see any more
eggs until Easter.
Furniture and Stove Exchange.
If there la any piece of furniture
In your borne that doea not meet with
your requirements, or la out of date,
then call on Frank Busch'a store.
Eleventh and Main streets. They will
replace same with a new and up-to-date,
article, allowing you full value
for your property.
SCORC TIED IN LAST HALF OP
NINTH WHEN ATHLETICS
j SEEMED VICTORS.
CAME HARDEST FOUGHT Of SERIES
American League Champlona Get
j Three In Third Marquard, Amee
and Crandall In Box
For New york. . s. ,
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New York ,.
POLO CROUND8. NEW YORK,
Oct 16 (Special) FIghtlDg , deeper
ately to tbe laat minute, the New York
Giants today plucked victory from de
feat and prevented the world's cham
pion Athletlca from again grabbing
the title. The acore was 4 to 3. Tbe
final run came In the laat halt of the
tenth inning. The Athletics have wou
three and the Giants two of the serlea.
Onemore victory-- will - win- tortAe
Athletics and two more for New York.
Doyle, the Giants' second baaemau,
waa the hitting aenaation of the day.
After getting three hita In the earlier
part of the game he doubled when he
waa first man up In the tenth. Then
Snodgraaa, who had ahown nothing In
tbe aerlea, bunted and Doyle took
third. Murray then filed to Murphy,
but Doyle was held so close to third
that he could not score on the throw.
Another fly by Merkle to Murphy was
long enough and Doyle raced over
with ther winning run.
Philadelphia Lord filed to Devore.
Oldrtng out. Doyle to Merkle. Collins
filed to Snodgraaa. No nine.
New York Devore out. Barry to
Davla. Doyle fouled to Baker. Snod
graaa out. Baker to Davla. No runs.
Philadelphia Baker fanned. Murphy
singled to let. Davis fanned. Murphy
out stealing. Meyers to Doyle. No
New York Murray fanned. Merkle
fanned, lienor singled through short.
Herxog stole second. Fletcher fanned.
Third Inning. .
Philadelphia Barry out. Herxog to
Merkle. Lapp singled to center.
Coombs hit to Herzog. who threw to
Doyle to catch Lapp, but Doyle muffed
tbe ball and both were aafe. Lord
filed to Doyle. Oldrtng hit a home
run over the left field bleachers, acor-
Ing Lapp and Coombs ahead or him
Collins walked and atole aecond. Bak
er grounded out to Merkle unaaalsted.
New York Meyers singled to left
Becker, batting for Marquard, lined to
Barry, who made a sensational catch.
Devore fanned, and Meyers was doubl
ed up, Lapp to Collins, on an attempt
ed bit and run play. No runa.
Philadelphia Ames replaced Mar
quard in the box for New York;
Murphy fouled to Meyers; Davla out
fo Merkle. unassisted; Barry out,
Fletcher to Merkle. No runs.
New York Doyle doubled to right
Snodgraaa fanned. Murray fanned.
Merkle hit by pitched ball. Herxs,
fouled to Lapp. No rune.
Philadelphia Lapp out, Doyle to
Merkle. Coombs singled to left Lord
forced CoonbB, Doyle to Fletcher.
Oldrtng out, Fletcher to Merkle. No
New York Fletcher filed to Lord.
Meyers and Ames tanned. No runs.
Philadelphia Collins rouled to Mer
kle. Baker out. Doyle to Merkle. Mur
phy tanned. - No runs. - ...
New York Devore out, Collins to
Davla. Doyle singled to right Snod
grass filed to Murphy. Doyle stole
second. Murray filed to Lord. No
Philadelphia Davis out, Fletcher to
Merkle. Barry singled to right
stole second. Lapp fanned.
niH tn Fletcher. No runs.
New York Merkle walked. Her
sog hit to Barry, who threw to second
to catch Merkle. Collins dropped the
t. n ami hnth runners were sate.
Fletcher forced Hercog. Davis to
Barry. Meyers filed to Murphy. Mei
kle scoring after the catch. , Crandall,
batting for Ames, walked. Devore
out Davis to Coombs. One run.
Philadelphia Crandall replaced
Ames. Lord filed to Snodgraea. Old
ring .singled through short Collins
filed to Devore. Oldrlng took aecond
on a passed ball. Baker fouled to Her
zog. No runa. '
New York Doyle singled to right
Snodirrass out, Coombs to Davis. Mur
ray fanned. Merkle out. Baker to
Davis. ' No runs. . .
Philadelphia Murphy safe on
Fletcher's fumble. Davis forced Mur
phy, Crandall to . Fletcher. Barry
forced Davis, Herzog to Doyle. Barry
out. stealing. Meyers to Fletcher. No
New York Herzog out, Barry to Da
vis. Fletcher doubled to left Meyers
out. Barry to Davis. FletcheY took
third. Crandall doubled. scoring
Fletcher. Devore singled, scoring
Crandall with the tying run. Devore
out stealing, Lapp to Barrj. Two
Philadelphia Lapp out, Crandall to
" Merkle; Coombs bunted safe. Strunk
ran for Coombs. Lord filed to Devore.
Oldrlng out, Meyers to Merkle. No
runa. - ..'....!
. New York Doyle doubled to left.
Snodgrass bunted to Plank, whose
throw to Baker was too late to catch
Doyle at third. Murray filed to Mur
phy, and Doyle was held on third.
Merkle filed to Murphy, Doyle scoring
on the throw in. One run.
Patrnlz our tdvertlaera.
MEMBERSHIP IS INCREASED FIF
TY FER CENT AT BIQ
PORTLAND MEMBERS JOIN IN FUN
High Claas Entertainers Enthuae
Crowd And Edward Becker,
Ouc hundred men thronged tbe par
lors of the Commercial Club laat night,
as guesU at a smoker given by Clack
amas Council. Royal Arcanum.' The
affair was a smoker In the true sense.
for vast quantities of tbe fragrant
weed were consumed in an atmos
phere of good fellowship that will
unquestionably result in prosperity
and growth to Arcanlans of Oregon
The Portland members of the Royal
LArcanumwere. poL.behlndJnaJi .ef
fort to make the occasion a big ac
cess, for they came up on a special
car, forty-four in number, bringing
with them several high class enter
tainers, who took and held tbe boards
for an hour before the address of Su
preme Representative Edward Becker,
who talked for twenty minutes and
pushed home some truths about fra
ternal orders and life Insurance prob
C. L. Carney rendered several piano
numbers His nimble fingers fluttered
over the ivory keys and his "rag-time"
eelectlone delighted the crowd of men.
He waa followed by Mlaa Delma Dick
inson In two recitations , that were
pleasing. Her first won ber a 'vigor-
oua encore and her response was
gracious. Mrs. E. M. Hogan provid
ed Joy and laughter for ber audience
In topical numbers and In character
talks. She has real claas as a story
teller and her local hits on J. EL
Hedges, regent, and M. D. Latourtte,
collector of Clackamas Council, elicit
ed cheers from ber auditors. Her
applause waa genuine.
The program ended with Mr. Beck
er's, talk, and then food and drink
were pressed upon the guests. ""Eat,
drink snd be merry waa tbe slogan
Meanwhile tbe Arcanlans busied them
selves with securing signatures to
applications and the membership of
the local council was Increased by 60
per cent In a tew minutes. Th Port
land contingent departed at 11 o'clock.
with horns blowing and cheers for
their entertainers. , It la the plan of
Clackamaa Council to gtv smokers
often and those who attended last
night's affair will eagerly await anoth
THEODORE (ML DIES
OE TYPHOID FEVER
Information waa received In this
city Tuesday evening of the death of
Theodor Griel, the twenty-four-year-old
son of the late Theodore GrleL
formerly of this city, and son of Mrs.
George Smith, formerly Mrs. GrleL
The young man died of typhoid fever,
in Arkansas. He leaves, besides bis
mother, who Is making her home near
Oysterville, Or., one slater, Augusta,
and one brother, Charles, the latter
being a resident of this city. Mr. and
Mrs. Smith and Miss Augusta recent
ly left here for the benefit of the
It is probable that the remains -jf
the young man will be brought to this
city for burial in the family lot in tho
Catholic cemetery. ,
The Enterprise has a position open
for you. Call at once.
Six Per Cent Semi-Annual
Interest Coupon Bonds.
THE CLACKAMAS 80UTHERN RAILWAY COMPANY Is now
offering to our home people Its first mortagage 6 par cent eeml-annual
Intereat coupon bonds, and aa the bonda are limited to ties, rails and
equipment and all other work, auch as grading and bridges, are paid
for by atock aubacriptlona, the bonda laaued by thla company are first
. claaa. ' ,
These bonds are laaued In the following denomlnatlona, via.:
$100, 1500, $1,000. ' j
The Clackamaa Southern Railway Company offer the following
reaioni why these bonds should be sold In Oregon;
FIRST It Is an Oregon entarprlae and owned by Oregon people.
SECOND The country traversed by this line I thickly popu
lated and has freight and paaaanger trafflo In eight to make It th beat
paying road in Oregon for Ita lenth. '
THIRD The best business men and farmer n the County are
stockholder n this road and authorized the Isaue of these bonda at the
stockholders' meeting by unanlmoua vote. 1 ' '
FOURTH These bonds draw 6 per cent Intereat and th holder
gets his Interest twice each year.
Call on or addrttt, - " '
Secretory C. S. Ry. Co.
FIVE SIGNATURES RECEIVED AND :
COMMITTEE NAMED TO OB
TAIN OTHERS. , .
MAYOR AND HAYES MAKE SPEECHES
Heroic Deada of Veterans Graphically
Deacrlbed Past Commander
Shaw And Craft
Preliminary steps were taken at
meetings of Meade Poet, Grand Army
of the Republic, and the Meade Relief t
Corps Wednesday toward th forma- '
tlon of a Sons of Veterans' camp. Five
candidates for membership signed tbe
roll at the evening meeting and a com
mittee waa appointed to see other
sons of veterans and ask them to bo
come members of the camp. It Is ;
necessary to receive fifteen signatures
before the organization can be ef
fected. Paat Department Commanders Craft
and Shaw, of Portland, and Hunt,
ington, state organizer, spoke at th"
afternoon meeting and In tbe evening
Mayor Brownell, Gordon K. Hayes, Mr.
Huntington and George A. Harding,
delivered address. Miss Eulaile
Schnebel. daughter of C. SchuebeL
gave a recitation in th evening that
pleased the veterans.
Mayor Brownell, In a most eloquent
and feeling address urged the organi
zation of the sons of veterans In order
to keep alive the principles for which
their fathers fought, and the patriotic
anlrtt He declared that the veterans
had -never received all the recognition
they deserved, and that It would I.
Impossible to fully repay them for
what tbey had done. Tn apeaaer
dwelt upon the nobleneas ana great
ness of Mr. Lincoln, and aald, to nis
mind, the Great Emancipator waa
more like Clirlat than any mortal that
had ever lived. Mayor Brownell
pledged himself to do all In his power
for the organization of th sons of
veterans, and was th first to sign th
rolL HU father fought throughout th
war and had a splendid record..
Judge Hayes drew a graphic plCJ
ture or the atmggies oi mo
arrates. Like Mayor Brownell he de
clared that It would be Impossible for
the nation to repay the men who had
saved It He denounced the spirit
that would oppose the granting of
pensions to the old soldiers and de
clared that every veteran should have
on. Judg Hayea aald that he had
been touched by the addreaa of Mr.
Huntington, who described his leav
ing bis parents and sisters to go to
war and how he waa with his brother
on the firing line when h was kilted.
Th address waa eloquent and force
ful, and the veterans were enthus
iastic in their applaus.
HUGH MINUS KILLED
Y0M!G HI IKE
Hugh Minna, Jr.,- thirty year of
age, formerly of this city, was killed
while working In a mln In Idaho
Tuesday. He waa struck by a larg
timber which crushed his skull. His
parents. Mr. and Mra. Hugh Minna,
who moved from this city to Portlanl
five years ago. went to Walla Walla
Wash., Wednesday where the funeral
will be held today. Mr. Minna Is sur
vived by his widow and two children,
two brothers, John Minns, of Chicago,
and Clarence, of Portland, and thre
atsters. Mrs. Kellogg. MJss Florence
Minns and Mra. Roy McFarlan. whoa
husband la a son of Mrs. McFarlane,
of this city. -
The Enterprise has a position open
tor you. Call at once.