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VOL. Il-No. 101.
SUII STARTED TO
GOVERNMENT IN SWEEPING AC
TION DECLARES ROOSE
VELT WAS DECEIVED.
SUBSIDIARY COMPANIES ATTACHED
Qjry And Frlck Ar Denounced And
Unfair Methods Art Alleged
Defendanta. , ,
TKKNTON, N. J.. Oct. 26 Tho
Guvrrui.K'nl'a loiia-pUuuaul ault 10
break up the so-called "tee I trust"
m begun her today lu tba IJnltl
State I'lrcult Court. It la tha moat
sweeping antitrust action avor
brotiKht by tl)" Department of Justlr.
Tli !(vernmnt ask not only tha
dlmiolutloii of tlia United Slate Steel
Corporation, but I ha dissolution of all
conum unit or eubaldary companies.
hlh are alleged to have combined
la violation of tba law to "maintain
r attempt to maintain a monopoly
of the tre business."
Ttrtrty-e( aubaldlary -corporations
are limned aa defendanta.
J. IM irHint Morgan, John U. Rwkc
fellrr. Andrew Carnegie. Cbarlea M.
8rbti. (leoria W. Perklna. K. II
(iary. John I) Rockefeller. Jr., Henry
C. ftlrk, Charles Hteelw, Jatnea (lay
ry, W. II. Moot. J. II. Moore, Kd
mund C. Cmverae, Perrlval Rolrta,
i. i ..... I .. I I ll.l.l Knrnun II llj.ln(
P A II Wldener and William I'. pal
mer are named Individually aa defen
dant. The United IKatee Steel Corpora
lion, the Carnegie Hleel Company, tho
Carnegie Company of New Jeraey.
the Federal Uleel Company, the Na
tlonal Steel Company, the American
Steol Wlra Company of New Jar
ley. the National Tuba Company, the
Shelby Kteel Tube Company, the Am
rtran Tin I'lata Company, the Am
erican Hheet Tin I'lata Company,
the American Hteel Hoop Company,
the American Bridge Company, thi
Mke Hupetior Conaolldated Iron
Mines, jill of which were organized
under the New Jeraey lawa, and the
II C. Frlrk Coka Company, tha Teun
ree Coal Iron Itallroad Com
pany are named aa corporate defeti
(Continued on pace 3.)
The Superb Film
In the .
a Big City
Show from II A. M.
to II P. M.
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'Thra kna.L h warnaeulAr.
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Three dollar! In -real tneney and not
a bit dear at tha price.
Tha Willamette Hata have mat with
Inatant favor among tha moat criti
cal man and young man.
The Bteteon hata you pay $3 for them
In Portland, we ahow In all lata
novaltlea at 4. No nee4 of wearing
your darby lopalded. Wa have tha
liteit Frenoh Conformateur and
build the hat to your head.
u.... .i & .. . i . i ..iImnI Wa
"w aooui nw aion quv" i
i r I far to tha good wheiT It cornea
to atyllah apparel.
Not Like Othera.
6th and -Main
Secretary Latourette, of the Com
mercial Club, Thuraday aent Invita
tion to all bualneaa men of the city
to assist In receiving the. State Canal
Commission, Includlnit Governor
Wen. Secretary of State Olrott and
8tata Treaaurer Kay, who will arrive
here tomorrow morning at 10:30
o'clock to Inspect the locka and canal
and lock over tha routes propoaod
for tha new canal and locka on the
eaat able. It la expected that tha
commlaalon will be In tha city almoat
all day. and Secretary of State Ol
rott haa notified I'reafdent Hedges,
of the Commercial Club, that the In
veitljtatlon will be thorough. Tbe
commission will be given all tba In
formation possible to obtain regard
trig tha proponed canal and lorka The
vlaltora will be the guests of tht.
Commercial Club at luncheon.
OF STABBING ENEMY
IHill Homtnera, of Boring, wan
i locked up In tha county Jail Frlduy
ou a charge of attacking a man with
a butcher Ynlfe. Tbe prisoner waa
brought here by Constable Morgan
and turned over to Sheriff Mas. H"
had heen held In 1 1.0(10 ball by Jus
tice of the Peace Harger. The man
he attacked la aald to have been cut
on tha arm and body. Sominere waa
unable to furnish bonda, and will
probably remain In Jail unjll hl trial.
AS BUGGY OVE
Harold Naah. fifteen yeara of awe.
aon of C. A. Nnah, of Kanana tllty, haa
been injured again. While driving
Monday afternoon the buggy In whlcn
be waa riding waa overturned and two
of hla rlba, which were fractured aev
eral weeka ago. were broken again.
Tha lad hod previously BUHtaliieJ
Jracturea of hla left ankle and left
arm, a broken noae and a lacerate-l
ear Ilia ribs were fractured In the
flrat inaiance of hla falling down the
cellar atepa at hla home. Doaplta hla
aerlea of nilafortunea the boy la In
good health, and la unusually husky
for hla age.
BIO SHOW AT ELECTRIC.
Thrilling Picture of Youth Rescued
By Mother And Sweetheart.
"In the Shadow of a Big City." on
of the most reallatlc and thrilling
film stories ever presented, will ho
Klven at the Rlectrlo Theatre today.
The etory la that of an only son who
goes to the metropolis and sows tha
wind to reap the whirlwind He ia
finally aaved by his mother and
The p'cture la given In three reels.
CHARGE IS DISMISSED.
A charge of drunkenness and dis
orderly conduct against Charles CrU
well was dismissed Thursday by Re
corder Stlpp. !" motion of City At
torney Story. Crlswell was arrested
in a restaurant. Gilbert If. Hedges,
who repreaented him. said that in
case of a conviction he would appeal
the ea. The defendant bad alway.
born a good reputation, and for this
reason Mr.. Story asked that the
charge be dismissed.
TO HOLD PQ8TAL EXAMINATION.
An examination will be held at the
Oregon C postofflce, November' 18,
for a clerk and carrier. Several are
expected to try the examination.
The Enterprise has a position open
for you. Call at onca.
WEEKLY ENTEkPRISC ESTABLISHED 1560
OKEOON CITY, OREGON. FIUDAY, OCTOBER
GLEE SINCEKS TO BE
HERE MONDAY NIGHT
There la no doubt that the enter
tainment to be given by the Royal
Engllih (ilee Slngera and Hell Rina
era at the Shlvely opera bonne Mon
day night will be largely ' attended.
These high rlaaa artlata have been
before the puhllo for many yeara and
.have alwaya drawn large crowds.
Their playing la marvelous, and the
entertainment la looked forward to
by the muatc-lovlng public of Oregon
City. The bell rlngera were among
the greateat attractions at the Chau
tauqua, and there were only four In
that company,, while there will ba
nine In the coming entertainment.
There will be four other entertain
ments of the Brltt Lyceum Course,
and the season tlcketa. which coat
$1.75 provide the best aeats. Single
tlcketa are thirty five and fifty cents
each. School children will be admit
ted for twenty-five cents.
WOMAN'S CLUB HEARS
The Woman's Club met at the Com
mercial Club parlors Thursday after
noon, the hostess being Mra. Anna
M. Downey, who gave a delightful
reading. Mra. J. V. Norrls, past prca
Idenl ,who "recently returned from
Roaeburg, where she -attended the
convention of the State Federation of
Woman'a Club, gave an account of
the nuetlng. This was followed by
Interesting talks by Mrs. M. M. Char
man, one of the well known pioneer
women of thla city, and Mlsa M. U
Holmes. Their . aubject was on
Tloneer Days of Oregon." Mra.
Charman'a address related to the hit
tory of the state from 1792 to 1840,
and Miss Holmes' from 1840 to 1859.
TWO WIVES AND ONE
Alleging that he haa been cruel
to her Ella Hanson Friday filed suit
for dlwrirce againat August H. Hanson,
throuijh her attorneys Brownell an 1
Stone. They were married In Van
couver, Wash., In February, 1900. Tho
plaintiff says that her huatiand ire
mieiitlv called her namea. and that
she Is so 111 of heart trouble that any
excitement might be fatal.
Ethel E. IVew sued James Drew
fur divorce, aliening that he abandon
ed her July 10, 1910. They were mar
ried In Portland, June 6, 191". sne
asks to be restored to her maiden
name. Kthel E. Ketch.
William Watson aaka a divorce
from Florence Watson. They were
married July 8, 1902, In Denver. The
niuiniifT Bsva that, hla wife deserted
him six months after their wedding
and went to Nevada.
ROAD MEN TO MEET.
The East Side Capital Highway As
sociation will hold an Important meet
lng tonight at Ne- Era. The deleg.t
tloa from this city will be taken U
New Era by Charloa Spence In his
launch which will leave . Canemah
shortly after 7 o'clock. The launch
will carry firty passengers-ao ail per
sons who wish to attend the meeting
may enjoy the river trip.
MISS MIDLAM TO BE BRIDE.
invltntlona were received In this
city Thursday afternoon to the wed
ding of Miss Anne Elizabeth Mldlam
and Iv. Frederic J. Zlegler, of Port
land, city physician of that city. Tho
marriage will be solemnized at the
Westminster Presbyterian church,
Portland. November 8, at 8 oclock,
p. m. Miss Mldlam Is well Vnown In
this cltv, having formerly lived , In
Canemah. She Is the sister of W. It
MlClam, of that place.
RAILWAY BONDS ARE "
READY FOR DELIVERY
The bank In Portland acting aa
trustee for the Clackamas Southern
Railway Company haa notified the of
fleers of the company that the bond
Issue naa been -printed and la ready
for delivery. The bonds are Issued
In denominations of 1100,- 1500 and
$1,000, and' draw Interest at 6 per cent.
Tbe earning poster of the Clacka
mas Southern railway la assured aa
the vast . resources which the road
will have to draw from, la known as
the richest and moat productive sec
tion In Oregon. From the data gath
ered by the company. It appears that
the bond Issue of the Clackamas
Southern Railway la the lowest of
any road In this state, and that naa
been brought about by building tbe
roadbed and grade by stock subscrip
tion!. The amount derived from tbe
bonds will be used only for rails and
equipment for the road. Railroad
bonds are always considered tbe best
of security, and that la demonstrated
by the fact that there never haa been
a loss of a cent on railroad bonds In
thla atate and while there haa been
five corecloaures, the bonds and Inter
est have alwaya been paid In full.
The officers of the company will be
gin to deliver bonda to the purchas
ers by Saturday.
janitor of church hurt.
William Wlckham Falla, Sustaining
Fracturea of Two Rlba.
William Wlckham, Janitor of the
Baptist church, waa seriously Injured
Tuesday evening. Mr. Wlckham had
gone Into the basement of the church
to light a fire In tbe furnace, and In
sread of turning on the light when
first entering started for the furnace,
and stepped upon a board, which
turned. He fell into tbe fire pit, sus
taining fractures of two ribs. He
waa taken to the office of Dr. H. S.
Mount and later -to his home. He
will not be able to work for some
time. ' " -
The Enterprise haa a position open
for you. Call at once.
Broncho Bill's last
"He was a bold, bad man, was
When he blew Into town, like
a wild tornado."
A atudy In the art of drama
tic expression by Florence E.
Special for the
The Fell atylei In Women's
Tailored Suite and Gowna. .
MACKMEN MAKE GIANTS LOOK
LIKE BUSH LEAGUERS IN
LAST GAME OF SERIES.
BENDER IS MASTER OF SITUATION
McGraw's Stalwarts Go To Pisces And
Philadclphians Pile Up
Sevan Runs In One
R. H. E.
Philadelphia. 001 40 170 13 13 S
New York.;. 10000000 1 2 4 i
8HIBE PARK, PHILADELPHIA,
Oct 26. (Special.) The Philadelphia
Athletics are again world's cbampiona.
By a score of 13 to 2 tbe Mackmen
today defeated tbe New York Giants
after a game In- which tbe National
league leaders were simply slaught
ered. All the craft of Ames, Wlltae ana
Marquard failed to atay the fierce bat
ting of the Athletics, while Dig Chief
Bender, on tbe American league team,
although, scored on in Xhe first Inning.,
held the Giants In the hollow of hi
hand until the last half of tbe ninth,
when they were virtually preaenteJ
with a run for charity's aake. -
In tbe third Inning Lord's double
scored Thomas for the first Athletic
run. In the fourth, Baker, tbe trouble
maker, rapped out a single,-,-yvbtcb
started a rally and before It waa over
four runs had put the game on Ice.
No acore waa made In the fifth, but
In the sixth the Mackmen added an
Then came the lucky aeventh. But
It waa not lucky for New York. Big
Chief Bender held McGraw'a men Jilt
less, fanning two or them. Then the
fireworks started. Bender filed t
Doyle; then Lord singled. Snodgrasa,
who achieved fame aa the prize bone
bead of tbe game, misjudged Oldiing
fly and Lord took third. Then caum
the squeeze play. Merkle eropted
Wlltae's throw of Collins' grounder
and Lord came home. Then Baker
aingled and Oldrlng crossed tbe pau.
Then Murphy aingled and Collins
scored. Da via walloped It and Bauer
came borne. Then Barry doubbvi,
Amoa vaa yanked and MSTtjuar.l
came In. Hla first effort waa a wild
pitch six feet to Meyer's right, and
both Davla and aBrry romped acroes
the pan. Corfuaed by tbe procession.
Meyers arrod with Umpire Connolly
that thrco luen were out, and was
fired from ! game.
Finally Luoer fanned and the
slaughter was done.
There waa no acore In the eighth.
In tbe ninth Oldrlng's fumble and a
wild pitch put Herzog, who had aingl
ed, on third, and he acored on Fletch
The marvel of the game waa the
way New York went to pieces In the
fourth and the aeventh Innings. Whn
the big bata of the Athlctlca began to
swing the New Yorkers played bush
league ball. They we're all over the
shop, making wild pitches and ragged
playa which were 'nexcusable. True
clasa showed ltaelf In the game and
there Is no longer doubt aa to which
league boaata tbe right to the cham
pionship of the national game.
New York Devore out. Bender to
Davis; Doyle doubled: to right; Snod
grass flied to Lord; Murphy dropped
Murray's liner. Doyle scoring; Murray
caught napping oft first, Bender to
Davis. One run.
Philadelphia Lord out. Doyle to
Merkle; Oldrlng and Collins fanned.
New York Merkle filed to Oldrlng;
Barry fumbled Herzog's liner and Her
tog waa safe; he stole second; Barry
turned his ankle In taking Thomas'
throw; time was called but Barry
soon resumed playing; Fletcher fan
ned; Meyers out. Collins to Davis. No
Philadelphia Baker 'lined to De
vore; Murphy singled to Devore; Da
vis sacrificed, Ames to Merkle; Barry
fanned. No runa. (
New York Amea singled to left;
Devore forced Amea, Bender to Bar
ry; Doyle fouled to Baker; Devore
out stealing, Thomas to Collins. No
Philadelphia Thomaa walked;
Bender sacrificed, Fletcher to Mer
kle; Lord doubled Into the right flelJ
crowd, scoring Thomas; Oldring out,
Fletcher to Merkle; Lord took third
on the out; Collins lined to Devore.
New York Snodgrasa filed to Old
rina: Murray filed to Murphy; Merkb
nut Collins to Davla. No runs. The
side was retired on three pitched
Philadelphia Baker singled to cen
ter; Murphy aingled to center. Baker
going to third; Davla hit to Doyle,
who threw to home too late to catch
Baker, who scored; Barry laid down a
neat bunt, Ames' throw to first hit
Barry In the back and the ball roiled
I Into rlgtht field. Murpny aconng;
Murray threw to second to get Barry,
I but the ball rolled to left field, and
I Davis scored: Devore recovered the
bnll but Barry beat tbe throw
to the plate with the fourth run;
Thomaa fanned; Bender out, Doyio
to Merkle; Lord filed to Devore.
New York Herzog'fanned; Fletcli
er out, Bender to Davis; Meyer
singled to center; Crandall, batting
for Amea. walked; Devore fanned. No
Philadelphia Oldrlng filed to De
vore; Collins out, Wlltaeo Merkle;
Baker out, Merkle unassisted. No
New York Doyle fouled to Baker;
(Continued on Page 3.)
(STATE WINS POINT
IN MONEY EIGHT
MRS. ROBINSON REMOVED AS AD
MINISTRATRIX OF MAN
$633.80 FOUND IN HIS POCKETS
Escheat Proceedings Will Be Institut
ed By State- Judge Dimick's
Ruling Is Upheld By
Holding that tbe county Judge bad
no right toWt aside the order of hla
predecessor after tbe term of court
In which It was made Circuit Judge
Campbell Thursday reversed the de
cision of Judge Beatle In granting
administration papers to Mra. Eflie B.
Robinson, who alleges that ahe Is a
daughter and the only heir of ao un
identified man who was found dead
near Oswego, September 13, 1908.
Mrs. Robinson la seeking $633. isO
found In the pocketa of the dead man.
There being no other claimant now
for tha money It Is expected that the
state will Institute escheat proceed
inga for It.
The first hearing waa before Coun
ty Judge Dlmlck who decided againat
Mrs. Robinson, This decision .was
upheld by the circuit Judge, but soon
after Judge Beatle became county
Judge the case was reopened and
he granted Mrs. Robinson letters of
administration. Bernhardt Haist also
filed a petition alleging that tbe de
ceased waa hla brother Christian
Halat. Mra. Robinson filed an affida
vit stating that the body waa that of
her father F. A." Williamson; that be
was sixty-nine yeara of age, and that
she last saw blm Auguat 1, 1908, In
Oregon City. She aald that be In
formed her that be intended to go
acrosa tbe Willamette river In the di
rection of Oswego, and to return to
his home In Firland, - Multnomah
county. In the affidavit she aald that
ahe positively Identified a pipe found
on the body aa one owned by her
Halat alleged-that Mrs. Roblnaon a
letters of administration had beea
obtained by fraud In order to obtain
the money. H. Stacy Core. In- a de
position, said be waa tbe step-father
of Mra. Robinson. He declared
that he had never heard of T. A. Wil
liamson. Cynthia E. Lowery, a sla
ter of Mra. Robinson's mother, de
posed that the young woman's father
was Timothy Aabnry Moore. Meaa
while the action of Haist waa drip
ped, and udge Dlmlck revoked the let
ters of administration to Mrs. Robin
son. A coroner's Jury decided that the
unidentified man's death waa a nat
ural one. Judge Dlmlck served aa
county Judge four end one-half years,
and thla waa the nearest any of hla
decisions came to being reveraed.
EDWARDS SUGGESTED -FOR
Rev. George N. Edwards, of Doug
las, Alaska, has reached Seattle on
his way to Oregon City where he will
preach at tbe Congregational church
next Sunday morning and evening.
Those who know him predict that
Mr. Edwards will be called to the
Oregon City church. Considerable
curiosity has been aroused on ac
count of the flattering reports that
have come from many sources. Revj
Edwards Is leaving Alaska on account
Of hla wife who dreads the long, cold
snow winters at Douglas, where he
has been, eminently successful.
Patrwnixe our tdvertlaera.
Six Per Cent Semi-Annual
Interest Coupon Bonds.
THE CLACKAMAS SOUTHERN RAILWAY COMPANY Is now
offering to our home people Its first mortagag 6 per cent semi-annual
Interest coupon bonda,, and as the bonda are limited to ties, rails and
equipment and all oher work, Uch aa grading and bridges, are paid
for by aock aubacriptlona, the bonds Issued by this company are flret
clasa. These bonda are Issued In the following denomlnatlona, via.:
$100, $500, 1,000,
The Clackamaa Southern Railway Company offer the following
reasons why these bonds should be sold In Oregon:
FIRST-lt Is an Oregon enterprise and owned by Oregon people.
SECOND The country traversed by this line la thickly popu.
lated and has freight and passenger traffic In sight to make It the best
paying road In Oregon for Its lenth.
THIRD The bet buslneis men and farmer n the County are
stockholder in this road and authorized th Issu of these bonds at the
atockhblders' meeting by unanimous vote.
FOURTH These bonds draw 6 per sent Interest and the holder
ge'.a hi Interest twice each year. ,
Call On or address,
0. B. DIMICK
Secretory C. S. Ry. Co.
30.000. Are yeu an advertleef T
Pn Wui, 10 Ciww
STIPP SECRETARY OF COMMIT
TEE TO PROVIDE COMMIS
PUBLIC URCED TO ATIEK!) KEETL'ISS
Charter Of Varioua Cities That Hava
Adopted Nv Syetam Will
Be Uaad Aa Baaia
The committee named by - the
Mayor and City Council to revise tbe
charter ao aa to provide for the com- '
mission form of government met
Thursday evening In - the - council -chamber
and organized. George A.
Harding and Livy Sttpp were elected
chairman and secretary respectively
by a unanimous vote. Mayor Brow
nell. to whom credit Is due for the
appointment of tbe committee, called
the meeting to order.
It waa the opinion of all the mem
bers that the public be invited to at
tend tbe meetings and offer sugges
tions. motion to this effect waa
adopted. Those In attendance were
George Hardlngy Llvy Stlpp. R. I
Holman, F. J. Tooie. C. Schuebel and
William Andreeen. H- C Stevens waa
the only absentee.
A motion made by Mr. Schuebel
that the secretary obtain copies of
the chartera of Spokane, Taeoma, En
gene, Salem and other cities for use
by tbe committee was adopted. Mr.
Tooze aald much time could be
aaved by having theae charters, and
he also suggested that tt would not be .
nncessarv to make manr changes In
the present charter At the sugges
tion of Messrs. Andreses and Tooze
It waa decided to have aa a baaia for
riinnmslon at the . next meeting the
legislative and administrative fea
tures of the proposed charter. Sec
retary Stlpp promised to obtain cop
ies of charters of a many dtiee as
possible that have tbe commlaalon
form of government ioc uae asyine
it was the unanimous opinion of all
the member that the public abould
aid by making suggestions in tne re
vision of the charter, and It la prob
able that maaa-meetlng will be b,eld
from time to time.
Tbe committee- adjourned nntll
next Thuraday evening, which meet
ing all cltlzena are invited to attend.
AGED Mil STRUCK BY
CAR; WILL RECOVER
While on his way to visit a rela
tive in this cltv John N. Johnson, a
resident of Umatilla county, and wao
la seventy-five yeara old, waa struck
by an Oregon City car near Otad
etone.Thursday morning. Tbe car crew
saw that Johnson waa staggering
across the railway bridge toward the
car. and aa the car neared him he
suddenly stepped in front of It At
the Sellwood hospital, to which John
son waa taken by the car crew aner
.oiHont It was reoorted that
Johnson attempted to board the ear,
but the car was started oeiore am
waa aafely aboard, and he waa tbrowu
to tbe ground. HI left shoulder waa
bruised, and he received 'a small cut
under the left eye,
Furniture and Stove Exchange.
It there is any piece of furniture
In your home that does not meet wito
vour requlrementa. or Is out of date,
then call on Frank Buach's storo,
Eleventh and Main streeta. They will
replace aame with a new and up-to-date,
article, allowing you full value
for your property.
The Enterprise has a position open
for you. Call at once. ,