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MORNING ENTEUPBISlC, BUNDA?, OCTOBER p, 1911.
It LEVITT THE STORE
Enormous Trade-Building Sale
NOW IN FULL BLAST
Surprising a goodly number of people at the bargains we are tfiv.
M during our TRADE
we are saving you money on your fall and winter wearing apparel
HERE ARE A FEW SPECIALS.
7 cent calico 4 l-2c pr yard t ,
12 1 -2 cent Ginghams 9 l-2c per yard
12 1-2 cent Outing Flannel 9c per yard
II cent Muslin 8c per yard - -
30 cent Bleached Sheeting 27c per yard
Ladies' $1 and $1 25 Waists at 93c
Ladies' R & G. Corsets $1 to $1.50 at 59c
Ladies' $2.50 to $3 Sweater Coats $1.98
Ladies' Durson Hose 25c
Ladies (Closing Out) a
Hose, regular 25c grade
12.60 Shoes . .
10 dnys only -
Abo-mormmit bargain W-NWs
ASK FOR PREMIUM TICKLT5 I
Rrvmth and Main W
Seventh and Main
Fur tlia art est am ronvlctlon
of any I'craiin or persons, who
miU fully remon copies of Tbe
Mn: tiluK Knterprls from the
jmhiiiimh of subscribers .after
...t lias hfnn placed there by
I lit h ma A of
' V". l7l "What U.w
1 ! T.J. ' ' '
Idlpli Sjwu-11. of Molalia. waa In
Oregon city Saturday.
J. A. Ilulr tt t.?MtunHi1ii m-utt In thla
liy on ixiKlnnaa Friday.
TtuiitniH Ixwln of Cania wmj In
J'li( iiy Saturday.
I'niHlliir hata ut nnimlnr nrlrea at
IM,m C. Goldsmith's.
LoiiIh k'clli'lihofTor nf Parti, sua In
I'lirKftii City Saturday.
Wllllnni ('ai)twell, of Canby. wai 'n
bl city HaMi'day on busncas.
V. M llilflr of fMnt.lmnla fir m,nm
ill this city Friday on business.
we give ynu.the lending and beat
"tyll'i .Mid inva vou mnnav. Mlaa C.
(inlilliiltb. : (
la aometimea paaaod Op by the moat watobful people, but i ar
ofl'erlng ao many opportunl(!ra ih it you ahould have no trouble
In grnaplrig mime f 'lhm 7by do hotconalat of f ading "tamps
or coupons, but In genuine red lotion of prices, We believe that
one good bargain each diy will ' (tain us' more friends than any
thing else., v ,r ''.".- ; V " . V
Monday wc olfcir
Collars for 96c
that ara sailing elsewhere for or higher than $3.23. One look at
nir windows will con vlnc you. V' - ,
Wahiraa ' ' .
Mill End Shipment of Ribbon
that will be on sate soon. Watch the, papers and our wlndowa.
THE HOLMES BARGAIN STORE
Main St. '
OF COOP MERCHANDISE
- BUILDING SALE. Do not miss this sale as
Children'! 25c and 30c Hose .. , ...14c
Ladies' Cotton Fleece-Lined Underwear
25c grade..., J9C
Ladles' 50c cotton-ribbed Underwear . 39c
fine $1.50 Springfield Under
wear , :. . ... $i.i9
Girls' 35c Ribbed Underwear 23c
" 50c and 60c Wool Underwear .. 36c
Boys' 25c Cotton Underwear ,. . j9c
Boys' 35c Underwear ; 23c
Boys' 50c and 60c Underwear , ... . I 39i
lot of Ribbed
BARGAINS IN SHOES FOR WOMEN:
19 days ouljr
10 days only
UUK bid UAKGA1NS
l' IP f I "TTT
- Dalai W I 0 , I
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Nielsen & ; :'. f "
308 Selling Bldg Portland.
NPhone Main 6151.
I Uolx-rt Kiithprfnrd, of IllrhUnd, hh
i In ihla city Friday and Buturduy. . '
Mm. 'Anna Truuiune. of llavir
('r'k( una In thla city Saturduy.
H A. Mllloi. a lirnnilnont rcHldftit
; of Auriirn. wai In thla city But m day.
Mr. A. Joih'h and Mlaa I'anay 'irlMti,
. of Cnrua, vrn In thla city Balurdny.
Mra. K. C. Warrrn, of Oak- Oove.
I wna In thla qlty on bualneaa Satur-
' Wllllrtiu Jonra, of Central I'olnl. wm
among the Oregon City vlaitora Batur-,
II. C. Hobblna, a well known resi
dent of Molalia. waa In Oretton City
. Mra. Caaale Kvana, of Canby. waa
In Oregon City Saturday vlnliln
Mra. Chnrloa Stuart, of Carua, waa
vIhHIiir friends In Oregon City Sat
urday. If you want to b In atyle get your
bat of Mlaa C. Uoljumlth.
Hay Marra, of Sprlngwater. waa
IranHHetliiK bualneaa In OreKon City
Mr. and Mra. Allon Kinkier, of ort
liind, were In tbla city vlaltlng frUmda
J. jjaty, one of the well known cltt
atna of Canby, waa In Oregon City
Friday. , - ... .
AND LOWEST PRir,FS
r, $3.50 and $4 Shoes
v '' 10 day ouly
ASK FOR PREMIUM TICKETS X !
t . OREGON CITY f !
Mrs. Richard 8chonborn and aon,
j Hpnry vlalted friends In Portland Sat
urday. .. c l. .; . ' t v
I A. F. Henaon, of Caadero. waa
I among the Oregon City bualtM'as y(Hi
'toM Friday. i
I O. NlKhtlngale, one of the well
j known farmers, of . Molalia, waa )n
Oregon City Friday. ' ' f
Try tbat aptclal 25c coffee at Har
t rlM" vritci-ry.
Cheater Will, a baalneMa' man of
Canby, waa vhltlng friends u Ore
rgou Clty SAtbrdajf. ' , , ,
K. DouKlaa'n, of Dallaa. Or.; waa In
thla city Friday, and Saturday, regis.
' loilinf lit the Eletrtrlc notol:
' lloi n, Wednesday nlRtit, October 2f.
; Jo th wife ot lUrry Greaves, of Will
' annate, a daughter, welpbi' seven
New walnuts and rigs just In at
Mr. and Mrs. fT" P. Summers and
aon, formerly of this oily, but now ot
I'rtrtland. who visited friends In this
city, have returned to their home.
Robert Glnther and son of Suubel,
were In Oregon City Saturday. Mr.
(iluther Is one of. the well known
! ( K(Mi teachers -of Clackamas , countyi
William Vaughan, of Molalia, waa
In this city Saturday. Mr. Vaughgn.
baa leaded ihe rtac track of the C1rk
amaa County Fair Association at Can
by. Me already has his two horses
ut that place.
- k. Talen, of ftenaon, Minn., arrived
in Oregon City Friday, and will visit
for a few days with Mr. and Mrs. L.
J. Lageson. of Twelfth and Main
streets. Mr. and Mra. Lageson, be
fore coming to this city to live, were
residents of Henaon.
Mr, and Mrs. George Reddaway left
Friday for Tillamook, where they will
spend two weeks enjoying fishing for
salmon trout. Mr. Reddaway Is an
experienced man with the hook and
line, and expects to return with sev
eral hundred flab.
We want your trade at Harris groc
ery, and We wllj get It if hlgb'Quanty.
low prices and prompt service counts
for anything. I i
- Sim Llitdaey, one of the well known
L horsemen of Canby, waa tvf thla city
"Friday.1 Mr. and MrsLiudRey hv
; moved their household, goods to Canby
! from Salem and will make tbat place
i their home, during the winter. They
I are at present making their head
quarter at the "Cottage Hotel. T
Richard Harrison, chief draughts
man for the Willamette Paper Com
wuiyi and. nr. Thomas, 6t Gladstone,
returned Saturday1 evening from a two
1 weeks' stay In Southern Oregon. They
! report a most enjoyable trip, and as
I an evidence of their good luck aa
hunters, their friends are feasting on
venison. V "
Mr. and Mrs. Edward Surf us and
I children, who have? been apendlng the
'summer at Kaaton, Wash., where Mr.
! Surtua has been employed by the U. R.
I 8. R. Company, Jiave returned to Ore
' gon City, and will take posaeaaion of
their home in a few weeks. They are
I present visiting iMr. Surfus' mother,
I Mrs. Sarah Surfus. ' .
! Mr. and Mrs. Walter , Wells will
leave Monday morning for Corvallls,
1 where they will Tlslt Mr. Wells' par
1 enta, and attend a family reunion,
I which will Jje held at that place. Mr.
Wells has sold bis Interest In the
I Jones drug store of this city, but has
not decided upon a permanent loca
tion. Mr. and Mrs. Wells have made
many friends who regret that they are
to leave the city.
Judge Campbell will go to HiUs
boro tomorrow to hold court.
Ernest Douglass, of Rick real.. Or.,
has arrived In Oregon, City, and Is
vialtlng his sister, Mrs., Charles Hob
ble, of Bolton. ,
Mrs. Mable Sager and daughter, of
Shubel, were In this elty Saturday, ac
companied by the former's father,
Servlcea are being held In the
Mountain View church with Rev. Wil
son and wife and . Re. WUker In
Millard Olllett leavee tomorrow eve
ning for 8an Franclaco where he will
nter the navy.
Edwin Mills, of 8pokane, was In the
city on business Saturday.
Our greatest clubbing offer. The
Morning Enterprise by mall and tfio
Weekly Oregonlan," both untU Novem
ber 1, W12, for nly $. Offer closes
Octobsr 81, 1911. .
One of the moat. delightful and sue
cessful entertainments la thla city
last, week was the Hallowe'en party
at the ttaptlat church parlors Friday
evening ween the Alerts entertained
the Rustlers and a few Invited friends,
There were about fifty guests. The
parlors of the church were a bower
of beauty -and bright autumn leaves
and lanterns were used with artistic
effect.-" A' well arranged-program pre
pared by the committee In charge waa
carried out. Aa the gueats arrived
they vlalted the tent of the "gypay,-
Mlas Queenle Adama, who was altir
ed In gypsy, coainms, and who made
an . attractive fortune-teller. Fom
tbla booth they were advised by the
Uypay queen to visit the camp of tbe
the "ghost," Miss Maude Moran, be
ing the "ghoat. , Here they partook
of tbe "ghost axup." and from . here
visited tbe camp of the "ghosts" on
tbe second floor. All kinds of Hal
lowe'en gamea were played and' all
me gueais naa a gooa time, uonee
and cake were aerved. Tbe liaraca
boys of tbe Baptlat church donated
a box-af apples which were soon dis
The committee having the entertain
ment In charge consisted of Miss
Clarice Zumwalt. chairman; Mlaa Ona
Renner, Miss Maude Moran, Miss Lille
Traxel. Mlaa Ella Dempster, Miss
Amy Purcell, Ceorice Edwards, Leo
Hurdon, Millard Olllett, Pury Belby.
H. D. LATOURETTE
WINS BOOBY PRIZE
. , .
"Tbe Newly Weds were entertained
at wblal by Mr. and Mrs. a: A-. Price
at their home Friday evening. "The
prices were won by Mrs. Walter Wells
and" George - Hanklns. Uh- D. Latowr
vtte was awarded tbe booby prize,' an
1 m men no cup and saucer. Among the'
features of the evening were the solos
of Mr. Price,' Who favored his guests
with several, Including "I Love You."
He. was not backward In responding
to the hearty, encores. He was ac
companied on ihe piano by Mrs. A. A.
Price. -i A delicious luncheon was
served. The nef meeting will be
at the home tf Mrr and Mrs. George
Hanklns. - . I
present were' Mr. and Mrs. George
Hanklns. Mr. and Mrs. William R.
I-ogua, Mr. and Mra. M. D. Jatourette.
Mr. a rut Mrs. Hugh Hendry, Mr. and
Mrs. Walter Wells, Dr. and Mrs. C.
11. Melasner. '
COME HERE TO WED
The Rev. A. Hillebrand officiated
Saturday at tbe marriage of Margaret
M. O'dnra and Joseph W. Allen, of
Portland, the ceremony being per
formed at the Catholic church.
C. M- Johnson, - of Estacada, and
Martha Papplea were married by Cir
cuit Judge Campbelk A marriage 11
c.ene VaSr granted to Lulu E. Hay
ward, of Cluckamaa and Charles W.
M'NAMARA TRIAL' NEARS DEADLOCK
(Continued from Page 1.)
whether the challenge Is oh the
ground that appears to be beneficial
under other circumstances or not."
Four talesmen accepted by both
aides as to cause, but still subject to
peremptory challenge, two more now
under challenge for cause and six In
th hor wattlnir examination, was tbe
showing at the end of the third court
week. Harrow Is said to be. displeas
ed with tbe rulings.
SAN' FRANSCISCO. Oct 2S. H's
little wonder that Saa Franclaco base--ball
fans don't take 'to post-season ex-'
hlbltlons. Oakland grabbed the third
game' of the farcical series with ttaa
Beavers today thereby, giving them
aa edge op an tonorthat doesn't
amount to'mnch The smtlloirt crowd
of thei week, turned out .at Recreation
Park and saw the opposing clubs go
through the motions. . 1
Koestner lost everything but his
glove In the fourth Inning, when, the
Commuters chased themselves around
the bases for seven runs and the ses
sion wound up with tbe trans-bay con
tingent out In front, S to 4.
. . 1
Guarding London's Troasurss.
London') nit ireaHurea are -moat
Jenlomdj- protected. The National
a-nllerrv-lu addition to hnvlng a necret
system of nlarms. Is u.i rolled day and
night by twenty-two constablee and
twenty-five employees. At tbe Brltlah
museum tbe millions of pounds' worth
of treasures are protected by over 200
aaslatanta. Including eight keepera of
departments, fifty-three assistants,
nlnesecond division clerks, twenty
two chief attendants, ntnety-alx at
tendants, five boy clerks, twenty-three
bo,v attendants, forty-three commis
sionaires and fifty-one laborers, while
a number of detectives Jn various dis
guises keep an eagle eye on things In
general. London Telegraph.
. The Enterprise hae a position open
for you. Call at once. .
Here is the Only
Compare our prices with others and
vou will be sure to trade here. New
and second hand , furniture of all
kinds. Granite, glass and light hard
E. W. Mellien
Opposite The Grand
SPALDING BOOK ON BASEBALL
famous Ca-aiaysr anal Magnate Oivoe
, , Ual Treat M Fans. ,
A. u. Haldlng. whoa name U a
bminebold word wherever banetmll is
played, bas written "a txxik entitled
"America s National dame." It U nt
i hUlory of busaball. although It nece.
airily baa soma portios) of Its contents
devoted to the early days of tbe game,
but Is Wrgely a chronicle of personal
reminiscences of events tbat occurred
wbeo tbe game wa OrVt etalilli1
on a stable basis.
Mr.' Spalding' was first a player and
subsequently a magnate and) helped
draft tbe first constitution and orgttu
lz tbe National league In Hftj 111
recital ef events that occurred In the
first decades of tbe league's existence
makes. Interesting reading. Interaier'd
aa It la with anecdotes itud accounts of
personal lucldeuta In which the star
and magnates of those tlliys Pgured
One chapter, devoted to sundry to
Ica. gives an account of tbe ssle of the
Immortal "King" Kelly. Ihe original
IlQ.ono beauty." by Chicago to ihi
Boston club In tbe late ejgbtlea. Mr.
Spalding writes: "
"The first time I bad lo do with tbe
selling of players wss In IWl 1' bad
withdrawn from acilve partlHtlon
In tbe game as a player, but wai pres
ident of tbe Cblcsgn White Stockings,
at tbat rime the finest team of bull
players to tbe world Tbe player
were no capable that tbey were ex
pected to win every game." It diifjteem
almost Impossible for them . to lone.
Twice In succession tbey bnd raptured
the cbsmplonshlp pennant, and 'l be
praises of tbe Individual performance
of Anson. Kelly. Flint. ' Williamson.
Dairy tuple. (Jore. - Clarkson. " I'Teffer.
McCormick and Sunday were on every
'Now. experience bad shown Jbat
the, keeplifg of the ame players to
gether for t'K long a time Is prejudicial
to the Interests of the game. w I de-
Olded to let aome players go. But what
ones? That was not ho easy to deeitle
"One brlpbt morning 1 broached tbe
subject of the proponed ctiange p Cap
tain Anson.: aaUng hint If be con l a
spare Kelly. ;
"Spare blm? Sure. Spare anvUdy.'
was the reply. 1 ' z
"So I sent for Kelly and asked blm:
Kelly, bow would yon llke'fo go
to Ronton to play?"
'I don't want any Botpn lnmlne
CbtcuKo'a good enough for me. -
Well, you're good enough tfor Chi
cago, too. I said, "but wonianT you
like more salary T .
" "U.'ll I tniitmm rM ' anUI KetlVi
What salary would yon go ti Bos
ton forT I continued.
He tbonght a moment. ' then aald..
almoHt as if ashamed to ask it ,'Yonr
thousand dollars." ')','
lie was receiving 3.000 at Clilcaga
wblc'ETwaa tbe Tlmlt tn those dnyn
I think 1 can get yu $5.OO0, sald
He beamed all over at the prospect.
Now. Mike.' I said, "you don't care
bow much we get for your release," .
"If vou get me J.'i.OOO I don f care
If you sell me for a hundred tliouiwud '
"All rtcht. Now keep mum ad let
me conduct negotiations, and'remem
ler. If, yon get a letter from itasfon
asking your terms It's .".! too. not M.
0OO' ' A '
I tHik the matter up with tbe man
ager of the Boston clui. teUJng blm
tbat King Kelly might- pdll.v Is? se
cured lie bit. In few dajr Ivgot a
letter uskrni the price! I replle4 tbnt
110.000 would ptin-huxe the king., He
couldn't wait "a. wrjte 'lie wired me.
Terms for Kelly accepted.'' and the
sale waa hinde- t -,''
' "Mennwblle kelly had also .been re
ceiving telegrams and got bis contract
for tbreeyenra at $3,000.
"Snbrtequently. Clarkmin. the .White
Stockings' superb pltrher. was also
sold to Boston, and Inter Core went to'
New York, but we overdid the matter
a trifle, and Ipst the pennant that
year." , .
M'COY HAS HARD ROAD.
"Comoback Kid" Will Be Wiso to Stooe
' Clear of Langford. 'r,
navlng beaten three third 4 class
heavyweights with a knockout poncii.
Kid McCoy. Is preiwired to tackle, Bard
er game. - S far bis . next opponent
has not been selected, but .Sailor
Burke. Jim Smith and Morris Harris
. ,The suspicion galas ground tbnr Mc
Coy is rfreparing himself for a bout
with Johnson .when the black cham
pion begins to show deterioration, tbe
nimble Kid apparently liellevlng be
ran take tbe title mm the negro.
But there are obstacle to such a
plan, the greatest of whleh Is the
stampy Boxtoniao known' Sam
Langforr). McCoy once he sets sail for
Johnson, con Id not y with propriety
draw tbe color line on Langford.' and
If McCoy ever should get Into the ring
with the Boston .Tar Baby the origi
nator of the corkscrew punch will
never get a chanee to battle with
On the whole, therefore. McCoy
Vould do we.1) to confine his efforts to
Murks. Harris and Smith and stay
away from Langford. McCoy has
done aurprlslngl.v well since be re
sumed tils r(ng carver, but It Is a trifle
too much to expect blm to reach tbe
championship over the prostrate forms
of Sam Langford and Jack Johnson. .
Chink Asr Wsltsrwsight Honors.
Shade i hop eney'. It bed i) come
Battling I n Kim. who whipped all the
welterweights In the Flowery King
dom, la anxious to fight some "Mel1
eair mnn at 145 pounds Battling To
Is training at Johnson's rondlimie la
New York and Is snld to be there wltn
bells on when It comes to righting
, A Crop Bullstin.
Five-year-old nils had been enthu
siastically engaged In garden work all
the spring. She was especlslly Inter
ested In planting seed and watched
anxiously for sprouts to appear above
the ground. ,-
One day while visiting a neighbor
who possessed a six-months-old baby
Ella waa delighted to see two tiny
front teeth displayed when the baby
Oh. Mrs. May." tbe little girl cried
excitedly, "tbe baby's toeth have come
opt"-"i'jgtJV Compsnlon. a
J: vVvc charged more for
r. ..v.c xquM ; onl improve ;piir ;
: pro5t :--it couldn't improve
''lho quality rior the Vcar. .
'. ' y -Tshtrw thecJ fiilti ipf this statement we sell y
'.. ', TTijn.lfrij'rie with the ' rfic tnulcntniM'inff tfit")f a'i.
s'iAlc kzit Jfbncii lf:rou,4i ' sole, fccrj or t.-x- wtthinj four
, t-f-M'j n:U-r parch.;c, j ou ktx) catitleJ new bouo freo :
,' fiuJIAlc crqucdtioti ."; ' ... ii" ','
. .,';;; .jtrrt osatoiircc of ua?n.njj saibfactioii'
c ; Ao ort; mc-iicr. tr hyJiftlaJt 'dosjxlt. axi be
" '. V vli..'r t'ti'Ki.jnotcU Ciriilx Lousch'old caresi
- -. -;' ';-ld,s;.,jf. ;.1U 'dv.rl;cn, 3nisland, '
!'' Aiit UtxXitf, .t4; 1; cL?pcn'dcd "
.?t.Cv'''-X' i i i T't lc;ia Iiolci &s Oa
''' j'.t'' ' "'-. " - "- ' ' - -r.
. .. IV. OREGON CITY 'S.BIQ DEPARTMENT STORE.
APPLE MARKET IS
The arfple market- lias . developed
considerable strength since the first of
the month. The demand for all grades,
even to- common stock, continues good.
and Jobbers say that as a result of
the generally light supply showing at
this time the prospect Is for a well
maintained market throughout the fall
and winter. The best.apples now go
ing to the Portland market find fairly
ready sale at $2 to $2.50 a box. while
common to fair grade fruit goes at
$1.25 to $1.75. Brokers dealing with
the Eastern markets report a strong
demand . for extra fancy and fancy
grade8 that are well packed, well
graded and well colored, while for the
small sizes and poor pack goods the
demand Is feeble or wholly , lacking.
Prevailing Oregon City prlcea are
aa follows: .
HIDES (Buying) Green hldee,
f to Cc; aaltera, 5c to 6c; dry bides.
12c to 14c; sheep pelts, 25c to 75c
Hay, Grain, Feed. .
HAY (Buying)-Tlmothy, $12. to
$15; clover, $8 to $9; oat hay. best. $9
to $10: mixed, $9 to $12; alfalfa. $15
to $16.60 ,...."
OATS (Buying) Gray, $25 to
$27; wheat, $32 to $83; oil meal. $53;
Shady Brook dairy ' feed, I $1.25 per
mo pounds, ( '' .
FEKD-'hortsWTto. $28; rolled
barley, I37.0; fcrocefta barley. $38.50;
whole corh'$37: cracked corn. $38;
whlte,,J$3C to .$27; r'n S7 to 28--
' r Butter, Poultry, Egga. .
' FLOtm4Jia -to $6.25..- k- .
BUTTER V- IBujlngT) Ordinary
country buttec," J5c Ao ' 30c; . fancy
dairy, 80c: i creamery,. "SOo to' JSo.
POULTRY -r- (Buying) Hen, lie
to i3 i-2vin-iyxx'.t:-;yA .
EGGS,-rOregoii ranch .egKaj 30c lo
35c- '. )
' V Frulta, s Veoetables.
DRIED .FRUITS (Buying)
Prunes on basis et 6 1-4 pounds (or 43
60'a. . :,':- - " ' '
SACK i VEGETABLES',- Carrots.
$1.25 to '$1.60. per sack; ; parsnips,
$1.25Xo $1J;0; turnlpa, $1.25 to $1.60:
Prunes, on basis ot 6 l-4c for 45 and
beeta, $1.60 .- ., ' . '
POTATOES Best miylnig 70c' to
S5fl per hundred.
. ONIONS Oregon, $1.25 to $1.50 per
hundred; Australian, i per hondrud.
, ) . . Livestock, Meata. '
BEEF1 (Live " weight) Steera. 5c
and C"c; cows, 4Ho; bulla, I i-2a
VEAL Calves bring from 8c to
13o. according to grade.
MUTTON 8heep, 8o an 3V4c:
lamba, 4c and So. ' i ' ' "
HOGS 126 to 140 pound hogs, 10c
and 11c; 140 to 200 pounds, 10c and
FOUR HURT 111 AUTO
Mrs. Peter 8hlnvllle, who waa In
an automobile Friday afternoon which
was struck by tbe electrio car In
Oreenpolnt, Is suffering from Injuries
to her right arm. It was first reporteo
that Mrs. Shlnvllle was uninjured. She
wfes unable to use her arm Saturday.
Mrs. Shlnvllle says there la no doubt
ft D Anderson, one of the passengers
In tbe automobile had not held her
four-year-old daughter, the child would
have been thrown under tbe car
wbeela and killed, be young man, who
waa among those Injured, showed won
derful presence of mind and remained
with the car until . It crashed In the
Straight house. Mri. Shlnvllle and
WAnAOTED TO WEAI
her child also were ia the car when
it' atruck 'the house. ' 'i
yv. F. gchooley, who wak struck on
tle back by one of the seats of the
automobile., la Buttering from ' the
severe brulsea, and waa unable to be
at hnvjoffice Saturday. D. Anderson,
whose leg waa 'injured, is suffering
severely, and It will be several days
before he will be able to wear a shoe.
Warne who Was driving the car, es
caped with a few scratches.'
' The Enterprise baa a position open '
for you. Call at o&ce. ; ' ' ' ''.. i
CANAL INSPECTED BY STATE BOARD
(Continued from page 1.)"
actual value of Its property. ' I cannot
blame tbe Portland Railway,' Light A' ' "
Power Company for asking $600,000
for Hs west sid locks, and I sup
pose, if I were an officer of that cor
poration, I would make . It my busi
ness to get all the money" possible."
' Governor Weat said that the re- .
porta of the company operating the
locks showed that In recent years the
annual gross recelpta has been about
$9,000, and he suggested that tbe next
legislature should enact . a measure
making it possible to place the state's
appropriation out at Interest and make
the present locks free by using the
Interest on the appropriation to cover
the lockage chargea. . ' ' .
The vlaitora left for Portland early
In the afternoon to Inspect tfie maps '
and Burvcya of 'the proposed routes
In the of rtc of Major Mclndoe. .The
members of tbe Canal Board and the
Government engineers were given a
very cordial welcome In Oregon City
and voiced their appreciation of the
hospitality of the Commercial Clob.
Luncheon Big Success.. , ' . '-.;
Tbe Commercial Club' luncheon was '
an unusually pleasing affair, the menu ,
cards being designed in three colors,
with a picture of Governor West in
tint under the printed menu and tbe
American flag In rtfi, white and blue
at the top of the cards, which were -eagerly
seized npon and taken away
as . souvenirs of the occasion The '
menu cards were executed .In the
printing department' of The Enter
prise. The following luncheon- waa
served; j , ;
' ' SOUP .. ,
Clam Chowder Oswald . . ? , '. ,
Salted Crackers . '
. Celery, : ' '
, OHvea ' -.
East Side of Roast Veal Mclndoe ,
Clackamas Roast Pork '
. West Side of Spring Lamb Olcott
Jelly - .
Escalloped Potatoes Lock No. 1
', Mashed Potatoes. Lock No. 3
'; ', . -. Brown Gravy "v ''; .
Tomato, with. Mayonnaise "
' Bread and Butter ...
' : - DESSERT ' '
Mt. Pleasant Apple P1eK a , la mode
v- . ; Kay -Cheese
' Coffee ' J .
I Those present at the luncheon were
J. E. Hedges, Governor West, Secre
tary of State B. Wl Olcott. State
Treasurer - Thomas a Kay, Major J.
F. Mclndoe. Assistant Engineer Thom
son, T. W. Sullivan, W. T. Buchanan. ,
J.'A. Tufta, William H. Howell. W. A.
Shewman, A. A. Price, O. F. jonnsou,
M. A. Magone, J. W. Cole, Walter A.
Dlmlck, Carl Smith, J. W. Moffatt, J.
E. Jack, Dr. Jenkins, Dr. Clyde Mount,
A. M. Klrcbem. C. 8chuebel, R. B.
Bryan, J. U. Campbell, Gilbert L,
Hadaea. R. O. Toung. William Shea-
ban. Joe Sheahan, O. Dl Bby, W. A.
Huntley, B. E. Brodle, A. K- jaoons.
George J. Hall, F. J. Tooae, Gary
Jacobs, F. J. a Tooxe. George A- Hard
ing. L. Adams. C. 8. Noble, George
Pusey. B. T. McBaln, W. 8. U'Ren. W.
O. Kggleston. E. P. Troy. John Adama,
E. 8. Larsen. Frank Bnach, Harry B,
Draper. Orant B. Dlmlck, M. D- La. ,
tourette, H- 8. Moddy, U BUpp, T. 1
Charman, W. U atulvey, Percy Cf '
field, B. r. Fields, Dr. W. tj. CttJ. ,
Joe Hedgea. ' '