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VOL JI-No. 103.
IttoRNEYS fOn DEFENDANT EX
PECTED TO FIOHT FOR
CHANGE OF VENUE.
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piacuaslon Oarrew Indlcataa
That Ha la Dlaplaaaad
K)iIMII'y 'r petition for change
of vanuu la aeen befor tba rloa of
tha third wk of th MrNamara trial,
ahlrh ended today In (antral marl,
flurh a demand already haa been re
fund by Judg (Jordwall. Iha refusal
Dalng barfcad by an affidavit from
Judica Mutton, presiding judge of tba
twelva department of tha Superior
Court of l ,Angela county, certify
log lo tha Impartiality of Judge Itord-
Tba examination of Winter and
frs,inptin, Wvr" challenged fur
caune, hni "hot teen rompMed. Hoth
.n are (III under challenge tnnlaht
It bavin occurred to Attorney Le
rompte Pavls, for tha defenaa, after
tha adverse ruling of tb court, tbat
nolther had been Interrogated aa to
bather be would vote for conviction
la a capital raae on circumstantial evi
dence alone. Each aald be would not.
and aa tola la ground for challenge,
under ibe law Ihey wer challenged.
The atata restated. Aaalatant Dis
trict Attorney Hurt on declaring tbat
och rhHlletiga ahould have been of
fered nmner or not at all; that If tb
mro were agalnat banging It waa ao
much better for the defenaa, and tbat
tha atatutory provlalon never waa In
tended and could not bo used aa "a
savior of peremptory challengea."
"We don't want Frampton or Win
ter on that Jury, becauao they ara
not fair-minded men," cried Attorney
Bcoil ror ina peienae, in response i
"We want them oh, no matter
(Continued on Pag J.)
A Western Heroine
(Narva and Courage Win.)
When the Sun Went
(Pioneer Day In th Weat.)
Clgarett amok doaant el
ways Indicate th preenc of
Fountain of Youth
Oct. 3 J st
Thrc buoka to use the vernacular.
Thra dollara In real meney and not
bit dear at th price.
Tha Willamette Hate have fnt with
Instant favor among th moat 'criti
cal man and young man.
Tha 8tton hats you pay 13 for them
In Portland, w ahow In all lata
novaltlea a4.' No need ef wearing
your darby lopaldad. W have the
latt wrnch Conformataur and
build th Hat to your head.
How about th cloth quaetlorrf W
are far to th good whan It come
to 'ityllih apparel.
Not Like Other.
- 6th and Main 8a.
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' ' IWKEdW I 1 XCPF V WuwERt ) THOUGHT J
The annyal hunt
WEST PROMISES TO
AID ROAD MOVEMENT
Covernor Weat, who waa ber Sat
urday Inapectlng tb canal and lockl
on tb weat aid and th route aug
geated tor a canal and lock on th
eaat aide. Informed Secretary Latou
rett of tb Baat Bide Capital High
way Aaeoclatlonf. tbat ho waa delight
ed with tb work that bad been ac
complished by tbat body. Tha gover
nor aald tbat bo would coma her In
about ten daya to confer with tb
member Of tb aaaoclatlon and th
county court regarding th building
of th capital highway through th
county. H aald that he would aend
con v lota to tba county any time they
were wanted to work on the road a.
"Marlon county I aniloua for tba
Convict," aald th governor, "but I
Intend to aend them to Clackama
county ft rat. Tbla county haa abown
that It la Interested lo tb highway,
and I will do everything in my power
to aid the movement her."
EXPERT SAYS HIGHWAY
WILL COST $80,000
Un.u.oO.1 AUKHJUul LUAL. COLr
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uip uu aa tie uiuu puiywae a iuaj
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uisuitiuuuU wl ct'uaueu iuc aiuug lue
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, t,uu.u uuiuu wulk. ui uoi tout-
lueuc unui apriug. 'lUe ioa pa
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LADIES' AID TO GIVE BANQUET.
'lb L-idlea1 Aid Boclety of tb Con
gitigattunal cnurch ot faruplac will
give a banquet to tha youug people
of lliat etiurch Friday evenuig. Ibe
committee la compoaed of Alia Kat
uruuuer aud Ml Myrtl Holme, autl
they will be aaalated by several oiuer
young women In entertaining the
young folk. A program will be given
during the evening.
HUSBAND NAMES TWO
MEN IN DIVORCE SUIT
L. A. Chard filed ault Saturday for
divorce against Freda Chard, alleging
unfaithfulnes. He named Chris Done
gan ani William Lewis. The couple
were married In Portland July 6. 1907.
The plaintiff aska the custody of their
child which la eighteen months of
MISS MILLER ENTERTAINS.
Fortun-Tlllng And Storle Feature
Of Hallowe'en Party.
Mis Alice, Miller wa the hostess
of a Hallowe'en party given by the
Epworth League Friday evening at
her bom. Fortune-telling, ghost ator
lea. etc , were Indulged In. The rooms
wer prettily decorated with Jack-o'-lanterns,
autumn leave and ferns.
There were about thirty-five present
Refreshment were served.
JOHN BURGOYNE PRE8IDE9.
John Purgoyne, of New Era. wa
one of th speaker and presided at
the meotlng of the East Bide Capital
Highway Association Friday evening.
Mr. llurgoyne Is heartily In favor of
the capital hUhway project, and ad
vocates the bullillng of good roads.
WEEKLY CNTERPRlSt ESTABLISHED 1500
OREGON CITY, OHEOON. SUNDAY, OCTOIMUt
OPEN SEASON FOR DtER HUNTERS.
fee deer ii now an with the aaual reaeH
BOYS ARM FRACTURED
IN FALL FROM BARN
Ervan Howell.'aon of Mr. and Mra.
B. M. Howell, was aeriaualy Injured
Saturday whll'. playing at tb Ice
work with several companlone. The
lad, who bad climbed to tb loft of
the barn, on Twelfth street near Main,
fell from th doorway, breaking hi
right arm at the wriat. The boy was
taken to th offlc of Dr. Card and
Melasner. where it waa found there
wer two bone broken.
Clarence Alldredge, a well knowa
young man or tbla city, and Mtaa
Dorothy Meade, of Gladstone,. were
married Saturday In Portland by tb
Rev. J.R. Landsborough. The young
couple had been engaged to marry
for sometime, but they kept their rela
tives and friends In Ignoranc at to
the data of tb man-lag. - They went
to Portland shortly before noon where
a licence was obtained, and they wer
met by Mr.' Landsborough. Tbey re
turned to the city, early In the eve
ning and notified their parent of the
wedding. Mr. Alldredge la a son of
A. O. Alldredge and Is employed In
the draughting department of the
Willamette Pulp A Pi) per mill. His
bride Is a daughter of John Meade,
who formerlv lived at nanemah. Mra.
O. J. Howell, I a sister of the brlde-
oroom. Mr. ana Mra. Alldredge will
go to Salem today to apend their
Furniture and Stove Exchange.
If there Is any piece of furniture
In your home that doea not meet witb
your requirement, or Is 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 -alue
for your property.
8TAAT8 GOE8 TO LEBANON. I
Deputy Sheriff J. O. SUata, secre
tary of the Advent Christian Church
conference, went to Lebanon Saturday
In connection with church business.
Elder J. D. Norman will preach at
the West Oregon City schoolhouse thin
FINEST SOIL IN CLACKAMAS COUNTY
Wa have 84 tract of land containing from on to alx aorta each,
beautifully located within one-half mil of th corpora limit of Oregon
City, wlthxcMnt view of th aurroundlng country. Th grad of th
blackamaa Southern Railway Company has been completed through the
original farm and a forty-foot, roadway paas each tract. Th man who
depend on Ma labor for hi livelihood ahould have land enough to ralaa
hi own fruit and vegetable and thereby eav a large part of hie earn
ing. The tract ar told at raatonabl rataa and on aay paymenta.
Thla la not a real aetata boom but an opportunity for a man to
get a horn near town, conveniently located and with sufficient apace
about hie horn to ral hi own fruit and vegetablaa (
AH of thla soil I rich and productive and free from rock and gravel.
G. B. DIMICK
Room 3, Andrfscn Building
e the -.-
Mayor Brownell waa tb principal
speaker at he dedicatory exercises of
tb Concord scboolhouse, which Is the
finest In th state for Its size, Satur
day afternoon. Tb school cost f 8,000.
although K baa only two rooms. Maslc
waa furnished by fhe Oak Grove Girls'
Dand. Superintendent of ' County
Schools Gary, Superintendent of tb
Oregon City achoola Tooze; Robert
Ooett, principal of the Mllwaukle
achoola ana M. cmlly C. Shaw, one
of tb county ' echoorupervlors,
poke. Meaara. Brownell. Tooze and
Gary directed tbftr remark," for the
most part, toctbe pupila. "Tb acboot
room waa crowded.
APPEALS DIVORCE SUIT
Ceorge C. Brownell and William
Stone, attorneys for Charles D. Tay
lor, the millionaire miner, baye filed
notice of appeal to the Supreme Court
from the decision of Judge Eakin open
ing the proceedings for annulment of
bla marriage to Minnie N. Taylor. Mr.
Taylor waa granted an annulment of
the marriage, and several months la
ter Mrs. Taylor, alleging that the sum
mons had not been served upon her,
asked that tbe decree be aet aside.
This waa done, and she filed . an
answer, and later asked that she be
allowed $2,600 monthly alimony during
the pendency of tbe action.
REBEKAHS TO GIVE PARTY.
Tbe Rebekaha will entertain at a
Hallowe'en whist party at the I. O.
O. F. ball Tuesday evening. Besides
the members of the Rebekah Order
the member of the I. O. O. F. and
their wtvee will be present. Refresh
ments will be served. The committee
Is composed of Mr. and Mrs. S. S.
Walker, Mrs. F. A. Miles, Mr. and
Mrs. J. J. Cooke and Mr. and Mra. E.
The Enterprise has a position open
for you. Call at once. .'
RANCHER S SLAYER
SUSPECT OIVE8 ACCOUNT OF HIM
SELF WHEN SHERIFF MASS '
HiS ALIBI IS THOUGHT CONCLUSIVE
Wltheld HI Nam At First, He Said,
- Because Of Having Served
Term In Penitentiary
Sheriff Maas, upon bis return from
Ashland Saturday tight aald tbat be
'Was confident tbe auspect under ar
rest there waa not Charles Swain, tb
missing farmhand wanted In connec
tion with tbe killing of John Thom
as, tbe wealthy rancher, at Sycamore
Station, September JO. The man, who
aid bid name waa F. E. Babbitt, gav
what tbe aberlff considers a complete
J. B. Carllle, chief of police of Ash
land, wired Sheriff Mass Friday morn
ing tbat be bad arrested a man who
answered tbe description of 8wain.
The aberlff caught tbe first train for
tbe California city, arriving there a
little before mldnlgbtTbe " suspect
when arrested refused to give bis
name, but did ao when be waa told
that be -answered tbe description of
Swain. He told Sheriff Mass tbat be
bad tried to conceal bla name be
cauao be bad aerved a term In the
Oregon penitentiary and bad been re
leased August 17. Tbla being before
tbe killing of Mr. Thomas, tbe sheriff
asked him where be went after be
ing released. He aald tbat be bad
worked for McOavln aV Sons, -at Oak
land, Or., and waa employed by tbat
firm September 30 when the crime
Sheriff Maas communicated with the
firm and found tbe man'a statement
was true. The warden of the peni
tentiary also corroborated the s ta te
rn oi it of the prisoner tbat be bad aerv
ed a term there. Babbitt waa Intox
icated when arrested.
POPULAR GIRL DIES -.
Miss Bertie Lakln. daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Charles Lakln, ot Mllwaifkie.
died Friday morning, after a two
weeks' illness of typhoid fever. The
funeral servlcea will be conducted to
day at 1 o'clock at the borne on the
corner of Monroe and Front streets,
tbe Interment being In Rivervlew
Miss Lakln waa born November 1.
1889, and lived In Mllwaukle most of
her life, where she bad a large circle
of friends. She was of a kind and lov
ing disposition and alwaya looked on
the bright side of life. She waa taken
111 about two week ago and three
physicians and two trained nursee
Miss Larkin Is survived by ber par
ents, four sisters and three brothers.
LODGE TO GIVE BIG
The Knights and Ladles of Security
have Invited their frlenda and mem
bers of the Portland lodges to a HaK
lowe'en party at the Woodmen ball
tomorrow evening. There will be
fortune-telling, the fortune-teller to be
Mra. Pauline Schwarta. She will be
dressed In gypsy costume. There will
be other featurea to be followed by
dancing. Tbe hall wlU be elaborately
decorated for the occasion with lant
erns and autumn leaves.
Mrs. Pauline Schwarta. who Is cap
tain of the team giving the entertain
ment, haa appointed the following
Entertainment, Mra. Henry Hen
nlngsen, Mrs. Bertha Rau, Miss Lille
Trerabath; refreshment. Mrs. M. P.
Chapman, Mrs. G. J. Howell, Mrs. J.
W. Davenport; decoration, Mra. M. P.
Chapman, Mrs. O J. Howell, Mrs. Mary
Cannon, M,rs. Thomas Trembath, Mra.
David Catto, Mra. Z. T. Wood, Miss
Nellie IJndmilst. Mrs. Annie Johnson,
Mrs. Henry Henningsen, Mrs. George
Woodward, Mlsa LJlie Tremnam, Mrs.
J. W. Davenport, Mra. Hamilton, Miss
l ulu Mcfteeha. Mlsa Ttertha Rau. Mra.
Pauline Schwarta, Mlsa Myrtle Gross.
WILLAMETTE TO VOTE
ON SCHOOL ADDITION
An election will be held In Willa
mette tomorrow to determine whether
the dUtrlct shall contract a bonded
debt of $7,000 for the purpose of build
ing an addition to the school bouse.
The proposition waa defeated at an
election held August 14. but It la de
clared that It will be approved at the
election tomorrow. Persons familiar
with conditions In the district say that
the present building Is Inadequate.
REDLAND 8CHOOL -RAISES 43.
Money Obtained At Basket Sale To
Be Used In Decorating Building.
More than $43 W" obtained from
the sale of baskets at the Evergreen
schoolhouse, Redland, Friday evening
Music was furnished by the Redland
band and about 125 persona were In
attendance. N. F. Oldham was the
auctioneer. The money will be used in
hniutlfylng the school ' grounds, and
deoornUng the Interior.
SISTER OF MRS. COREY SAYS PAR
ENTS ALIENATED AFFEC
TIONS OF HUSBAND.
SENSATIONAL ALLEGATIONS MADE
Pretty Young Woman, Who la Sk
ing Divorce, Chargaa Conaplracy
Waa Formed To Blacken
Cleta Pearl Allsky. wife of Charles
W. Allsky, both of whom are suing
for divorce, Saturday filed ault for
$160,000 damagea against ber hus
bands parent Charles A. Allsky and
Mra. Caroline Alfsky. Tbe plaintiff,
who Is a sister of Maybelle Oilman
Corey, alleges tbat ber busband'a af
fection were alienated by bis parenta.
She haa similar ault for damage pend
ing In the circuit court in Seattle.
Mr. jUlgky says they were married
In San Diego, Cal., October 14, 1907,
and that they lived happily until
August, 1909, when ber husband's
parenta took a dislike to ber and
planned to cause an estrangement be
tween - them. She aver thai- tbey
aucceeded to the extent ber husband
considered It beat to remain more
with his parenta than with ber. It
waa at the time, the plaintiff furtbr
allegea, that ahe and her husband
agreed tbat abe abould become a stu
dent at the Pacific University at 8an
Jose. She matriculated In August,
Tbe plaintiff aay tbat after tbla
ahe aaw ber husband at long Inter
vals, and tbe meetings were kept
secret from his parents. It la charged
that Allsky became entirely estranged
from his wife in April, 1911.
Another allegation la that Allsky
told bis wife that It was necessary
for him to leave ber In order to re
ceive bla Inheritance from hla par-
(Continued on page 4.)
Don't Fail To See The
This is a fanny One
A Beaotifol Reliance
A fine Western Picture
Performance from t i
A. M. to H P. M.
Six Per Cent Semi-Annual
Interest Coupon Bonds.
THE CLACKAMAS 80UTHERN RAILWAY COMPANY la now
offering to our home people Its first mortagage 6 per cent aeml annual
Intereat coupon bonds, and a th bond ar limited to tlea, ralla and
equipment and all other work, auch aa grading and brldgaa, are paid
for by etock aubacrlptiona, th bond Issued by thl company are fret
The bonds ar Issued In the following danomlnatlona, - viz.:
1100, $500, $1,000.
Th Clackamaa Southern Railway Company offer th following
reason why thes bonda should be soli In Oregon:
FIRST It la an Oregon enterprla and owned by Oregon people.
SECOND The country traversed by thl line la thickly popu
lated and ha freight and paaaenger trafflo In eight to make It the beat
paying road In Oregon for Ita lenth. ' .
THIRD The beat bualnes men and farmer n the County are
stockholder In thl road and authorized th laaue of theae bond at tha
stockholders' meeting by unanimous vote.
FOURTH Thes bond draw 6 per cent Interest and tha holder
get hla Interest twice each year.
Call on or addreaa, ' ' '
G. B. DIMICK
Secretorv C. S. Ry. Co.
TH only dsUy r)w)f
tw Portland and Salemi ir
lata In a vary lj af Clacks.
ma County, wHh a population of
SO AM. Ara ya on advertiser
Pn Wmjc, 10 Ctirn
BY STATE BOARD
COMMISSION OF OPEN MIND RE
GARDING ACTUAL LOCATION
of f'ree LOCKS.
CLAIMS TOO HO, SAYS GOVEO
Distinguished Guests Entertained By
Commercial Club At Luncheon '"
And Go To Portland To
developed at a luncheon given
Saturday by the Oregon City Com-
retary of Stat Olcott and Stat Treas
urer Kay, of th State Canal Cammia- .
eioo .and Major J. F. Mclndoo, that '
th mambare of th board ar of an '
open mind regarding th actual loca
tion of th fr lock at Wlllamett '
Fall; that th Government engineer)
recommended the eaat aid rout -for
th primary reason that th present
locka on the weat aide could etill be
operated and the river kept open for
navigation during th period of con
struction of th eaat aid locka, and
that th atata official believe th
damagea asked by the owner of pow
er aitea and facto Haa on th east aid
re axceeeive.. Tb luncheon followed
two hours' Inapectlon of the terri
tory aurroundlng the Fall by the
Major Mclndoe, and bis aaalatant.
Engineer Thomson, arrived here from
Portland before 10 o'clock and wer
taken la charge by representatives of
tbe Commercial Club and at 10 o'clock
tbe member of the State Canal Board
fas fYtmA fr..nn rlfv from fllni
Eacorted by tbe officers of the club,
they were taken around the city and
abown tbe beginning of the route of
tbe Clackamaa Sou then Railway, now
under construction to Molalla. and
then went up to tbe basin, where tbey
entered launches and were taken over
to tbe head or tbe locka on the west
aide. T. W. Sullivan, hydraulic en-'
glneer of tbe Portland Railway, Light
a Power Company, and W. T. Bu-
rhanan. nnbllcltv azent'of tbat cor
poration, accompanied tbe party, and
Mr. Sullivan explained that there la
a depth, of only eighteen Inches in th
lower lock, and tbat It could be In
creased to six test by blasting- and
dredging out tbe Clackamas Rapids to
about a sisallaawdepUL - . s .
Lower River Inapected. '
The Inspection - proceeded around
tbe breakwater and in the lower liv
er, where thj members of the party .
had an excellent opportunity to view
the proposed locations on the east
aide of tbe liver. Luncheon was aerv
ed to tbe visitors and sixty members
of the Commercial Club at noon, and
brief talks were made by the mem
bers of the Canal Board and Major
Mclndoe, who aald that no further
progress would be made until the total
amount of the damages claimed -for
destruction to property by the con
struction of tbe eaat aide canal had ,
been ascertained. He declared that
the route recommended offered the
most economical proposition and said :
tbe feature of keeping the River open
during construction waa one great
reason for the Government choosing
the east side route.
Speaking for the other members
of tbe Canal Board aa well aa for him
self Governor West said tbey came to
Oregon City with an open mind about
the new locks, and were merely In '
search of information.
"I believe the - Portland Railway,
Light a Power Company'a price of
$600,000 for the praaant lock ia a lit
tle xceaalve," aaid th Governor, "and
the amount of damagea claimed -by
the people who have Inter ate on the
east aid I certainly unreaaonable.
I feel that theae people ahould have
all the property la really worth and.
no mora, for the Govarlnmant ha no
dlapoaltlon, I am euro, to confiscate
property, even for th purposes of
commerce, and a corporation or an
Individual I entitled to receive the
(Continued on page 3.)