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I WEATHER INDICATIONS.
, Oregon Cliy..- Kain Friday,
- wralrrly winds.
orvKun K"l r Friday;
, colder portion.
TH My d!"7 IK- tr I
twaat Portland a..J C... ::. -
IiUi In vary eet)n f ClacX
ma County, wth a papulation c f
10.000. Aro yon an advrtis;rf
WEEKLY C.N T C R PR IS C EST A D LI S II CD I S 0 G
VOL. 'II No. 113.
OREGON CITY OREGON FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 10, 1911.
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BROTHERS IN LEGAL
MISS MIDLAM AND
POLICE TO PROSE
FIGHT FOR LAND
DR. ZIEGLER WED
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i in ii
PRINCES OATHER IN FORBIDDEN
CITY AND BELIEVE
ENO II NEAR.
LfCATlONS COMPLCTE PREPARATIONS
Consul's Aro Distrusted By No bolo
And Eseeseee Aro Feared-.
I'KKlNNov. 10, :8: a. m rkl
I. .ill naaltlna" (ha approach of ih
. KiaU Tb Forbidden City U DIM
iib l'HM'c, litcli officials end ulnar
h eiitltM in entry will) In lu
a-i iirr of provision's have Ixwti
iruiiH'iti'il to that place, which!
Ai-tK ureparailnoa for what . Is
cMnM-red the Inevitable assault ui
mi th-capital are going on within the
hxkium quarter, fur It la now con-
tmr, ih"l ib M a nr h M a wll( bo tu r ti
rl MH. r rrian"ra. 11 n t
111 t-e fi;ryprot-rlaU. but inrirura
lauKlit lhtn thai tha temper of
the ! '!'! a Ht to ! trusted when
rrtnhttiimnry movamenie are In pro.
While reinforcements hava reached
ivviii, iMiria bo been received of
-mm.mm defections of tha Manrhil
soldier, to-tha rebel eld. Tha gov
1 uriuiK ni troopa ara an niirertarii
qtiaiituv. but there .are at 111 loyal reg
rainiu DkIhIiik fur tba dynasty.
S ;..iikiiia. v hvtcJ h revd'itlon
l.i a uiiiimmber tha Imperlailiita five to
ui.i.. tin latter etlil hold Purple
Mmmfnln. They ara elroiigly In-4r.iiih.-J
and ara aald to bava abuu
tit. ul supplies. .
An American who la In rloa touch
-With thr-THM-tln falU aaya -the 1
a; divided Into two rat-tinna. Tna
roii". rvntla faction probably a III
0. titrol and H until lharo la ma
lorul tore bablud , It bafora taklnx
orr lb, rlly. Al raaant only 1.600
pnlitr althln tha rlty aupport tba
1 ho- fcllliuda f forolnora la caua
tut antlrty and dlUut aon'ii lb
rriH-U Tba ralwl Iradrra tuiui out
(hut ih I'wnaula tmvr armltlad tba
KiivtTiinirnt to bring; In eoldlra con
trary to tha protocol of 110. and
haw oIJhIim to Uanaral Chanaa
1. rinisliu In trKia.
I'mr inlio our adaartlaara.
MR. AND MRS. SCOTT RECEIVE.
Briinmont la Olvan In Honor
l n..,rr. .rt'lh.rl Of Ttl llolll
of Mr mid Mra K. W. lt. of Kail"
Vlr-a. tha affair baln In honor of
Thomnn KalrtloiiKh. ho la In thla
ciiv f-.r a few daya. Tha avanlnic
rl.-voi.il to nmalo and ckrda. Ilafraah
ni. iiN ar-ra erad. '
IT.-i-ni wcra Mla Mlnnla (Irara.
Minn Klorrnr llawatt. Mla 1U1I"
ilnl..y. Mlaa Hakar. Mlaa KalloKK.
Ml-. Ki bo Sivotn. Ml Kln1
rr. William Wllaon. lunula Klrrhom.
8aimi. I Hcolt. llay Hrott. Bdward Hob
rn, KIIhi Orara and Mr. U. "
Orara. - .
Bring Mc Your Watch
nk and Jawalry rapalr work n'
y .i will cat tha raaulta that tha moat
nkllliM workmanship and baat ma
irrlui ran produca.
My Wy of Doing Business
If I rapalr your watch or clock It
will rim and heap flrat-ciHaa tlma or
It fton't coat you ft cant.
W. Leonard Runyan
Miaonle Building Entrance.
T.I. A-70. Main 827
...Best b'v Test....
Don't fall to see oar
splendid display of the
suits and overcoats at
$15. Others for more
but those arc leaders.
Not Llk Othr
th and Main Sta. , ,
i : v& y,h w'A. w
If r- I I Ji M . I . k-JV-- 111 T 3 - I
SHORT HAUL RATE
IS GIVEN SETBACK
COMMERCE COURT ENJOINS OR
DER JORANTEO BV IN
TERSTATE BOARO. -
INVESTIGATION IS TO BE MADE
Dadtlon Not Expected For Several
Monthe And An Appeal To
Supreme Court le
WABHINtiTON. Nov. . Keted
rediHtTotr of trnna-cuntlnentar-ratr-riunl.rn.lcbt
rate waa held UD today
whi-n the Court of Commerce (rranled
a temporary Injunction aicalnal the
order of tba Interstate Commerce
Communion In what popularly are
known aa tha Hpokana and other I'a
clllc Coant iKilnia rata ranee.
Tha canee Involve not only the
"back haul" freight rate to 8okane
and oiher Inter uioiiiilaln polnta from
I'acinc Coaat terminals, but also tba
application of tha loin and short
h'tul claute of tha law. The effect
of the Commission' order waa to
reduce the freight rates from Atlan
tic aeaboard polnta to Inter Kooky
In tha reduction of tha transcontin
ental rates, tha Commission recognis
ed tha effect of water competition on
I be Pacific Coast, but held substanti
ally that the rate from the East to
cities Ilka Spokane and Reno should
be lower than the existing rates.
In tha circumstances It la regarded
aa likely that whatever the Judgment
of that court may be, the controversy
wilt be carried to the Supreme Court
The first snow of the season foil
In Oregon City last evening. The
fUirry did not continue Ions; and
Tiiany persona who were out of doors
were not awaro that It waa nowlnR,
Hiking It for granted that the little
white things which truck them on
the face and hands were dropa
rain. It began snowing a little be
fore a o'clock and stopped at
Big Special Bill
J 000 Foot Reel
THE AUSTIN FLOOD
; in which 600 Uvea were loot.
1 A WINDY DAY
Thla la of tha funniest ever witnessed.
THE BETTER WAY L
" A beautiful drama and a ! aon for all who eoo It. Y.1
It'o aft, IMP.
. DON'TMISSTHIS ........
' shew open today at 11 a. m. BKI
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HIGH SCHOOL READY-HIGH
rAn ninnrnT nilir;
ruK SJSilVEN TONIGHT
Tba MlKh- School Football aquad U
practlctnc dally for the jama Sat
urday aRalnat Newbcri Thla will
be the HlKh Schooli blRRMt game
nf tha heaaon and all of Oregon CUy'a
footlwll anthualaata ahoul4 ba out to
Coach rflngaien will UUcly make
home chaniree In tba line-Up. ao It will
not l announced until tomorrow.
GARy TO ADDRESS
ThelX. U Cl'Ji of" Gladstone, will
meet al 'the schoolhouse at that place
this afternoon from I to 4 o'clock.
One of the features of the program
will be an address by Prof. T- J- Gary,
his subject being "Ttjo lU'ys." It Is
the In'entlon of the club to have in
teresting addresses at all meetings
this year, and Mr. Gary hae the honor
of being called on first. All patrona
of the school are Invited to these
meetings. Refreshments will be serv
ed by he ladlea.
TOOZE AND LYONS
URGED EOR COUNCIL
rctltlons to F. J. Toose. Superinten
dent of Ctty Schools and Dan Lyona.
the retired contractor, to hecome
randldatee for the city council In the
Second Ward were circulated Thura
day. Mr. Tooia said that be had
heard petltlom were being circulated
In his behalf, but he had not made
a definite decision as to becoming a
cnndlate. Harry Draper, on. of th
membera of the Huntley Bros. Com
puny, also has been urged to offer.
TREMBATH TRIAL THURSDAY.
The trial of H. W. Trembath. deputy
fish warden. Indicted on a charge of
Rioting AUx Douthlt. ha. been ae
for next Thursday and not next
Tuesday aa was originally announced.
Buneerlbe for the tv.ll? Rntemrise
IMITATION OF FAMOUS CONEY
ISLAND TO BE PRESENT- '
ED BY PUPILS.
FINE PROGRAM aBoBVCIRLS
. . .
Big Parade To Bo Feature Of Corge-
j out Spectacle "Mut and Jeff
And fcNevly Weda" To
An Imitation on a small -acale of
Comy-island, will -feaglven by the
High 8cbool pupils thla evening. The
entertainment promisee to be a fine
one, and muny Interesting featurea
have been arranged. ' Misses Edith
Alldredce. Etila Schuebel. Florence
White and AlUe Levitt, compose the
committee In charge.
The Idea Is to give a general pro
gram which is as follows: Reading.
Mlse Evadne Harrison; High Scnool
Iloya' Quartet In several eelections;
reading. Miss Kuns, selection; High
School Girls' Quartet; music by Sag
er'a Band with several other num
bers. After the above program the
following will be given: Comic sec
tion, which Includes Mutt and Jeff:
Mike and Gus. the Katierjamer Kids.
Sambo. The Newly- Wed'a Baby, and
the Floating Match and Swimming
Match, the Dutch Booth, Japnaese
Booth. Indian Booth. Gypsy Fortune
Tellers and the Colored Minstrel. The
minstrel will be the main event and
will give only two shows. Waldo Cau
field has charge of the minstrel and
will play the Interlocutor. while
the coona will be Lyle Gault. Charles
Beatle, Peter Rotter and John Dam
bach; end men, Ray Morris and John
"Coney Island" will be given at the
Armory Hall. The parade will start
at the Armory Hall at 7:30 o'clock
and will move north on Main street
to Tenth street The committee In
charge of the parade la Miss Florence
White. Joseph Hedges, Joseph Shea
han and Kent Wilson.
The line up of the parade will be
as follows: '
Band. Candy Glrla Auto, Decorated
Buggy. Wheelbarrow Brigade, Bicycle
Brigade, Japanese Auto, Baby Buggy
Brigade, Freak Section, Minstrels
Auto. Mutt and Jeff. Dutch Auto.
Dutch Buggy. Indian Autos, Gypsy
Auto, High School DrMm Corps.
HE IS SERIOUSLY HURT
Abraham Goldberg, who purchased
"The Beer Hall," on the corner of
Eighth and Railroad streets, several
! days ago was seriously , injured
Thursday afternoon while, working
' behind the bar. A trap door had been
left open, and he backed Into the
j. hole. Several of hla , . ribs
I were broken ' and he sua
1 tatned a long cut on th aid of Ttls
head. Th Injured man was given
attention by Dr. H. 8. Mount A pe
culiar feature of . the accident was
that Goldberg had only a few minutes
before he fell been warned of his
danger. Ho purchased th saloon
from Henry Opperman, i
pythlana T Entertain.
Th Pythian Bisters will gve an
entertainment tn th Woodmen Hal)
next Monday evening.
PROPERTY THOUGHT VALUELESS
FEW YEARS AGO NOW
PUBLISHER AND PREACHER IN SHIT
' Scions Of Old Maryland Family
Battle For 9al Estate
Made Valuable By
A tract of ICO acres of land In thrs
county, which a few years ago was
considered of little or no value. Is
today the bone of contention of scions
of an old Maryland family, and $17.
000 has been offered for the property.
Tbe tract la Involved In the suit of
R, Edgar Jteall, a publisher of Phila
delphia, against Jobn W. Beall and
his brothers and alsters, which Is
being heard by Judge Campbell In
the Circuit Court The case la being
bitterly contested and la another In
stance of property estranging mem
bers of a family. It also reveals the
rapidly anbanclng lan(Lyaluet Jo ihls
Tbe father of the litigants obtained
a deed to the land which la in section
24 south, township 4, range S east.
In 1897. When he died the property
waa of little value, and for several
years so little attention waa given It
that the taxes were not even paid.
The plaintiff was made administrator
and It la alleged waa Indebted to the
estate. He gave a deed conveying
the land to the other belrs, with the
exception' of. John W. Beall, in con-
alderaJlon of-, their executing a re
lease so far aa concerned the'plaln-
tifra Inlebtedneas to the estate. John
W. Beall refused to enter Into the
deal declaring that the Indebtedneaa
of tbe administrator was much larger
than the value of the property. There
after all tbe others, excepting the
plaintiff, gave to John W. Beall a
deed conveying-tbe property to htm.
Owing to the building 'of a"' railroad
near It the property waa valued In
1909 at 115.000 and John W. Beall
was . preparing to aell It when his
brother, R. Edgar Beall Sled auit
alleging that the deed granted by him
(Continued o. page 1 )
Show will start at 11 a. m.
and will run. continuously
until 10:30 p. m.
Her Crowning Glory
Pathe's Weekly now
shown on Saturday
instead of Fridays
We sell and show more
Fish than any other
dealer. - .
Fresh Salmon, Halibut, Oysters from
the shall, Clame, Raxor and LUtl
Nook, Solas, Parch, Black Base, Smelt
Black Cod, Salt Mackerel, Salt Her
rings, Red Snapper, Shrimp, Smoked
and K'ppered Salmon.
Salmort at special low
prices to salt down.
Next Well Fargo Express.
FORMER OREGON CITY CIRL BE
COMES BRIDE OP PORT
RECEPTION FOLLOWS CEREMONY
Impressive Service Witnoaaod By
Paly From This City.
Couple Go To California .
Tbe marriage of Miss Anne Mid lam,
of Portland, but formerly of thla city,
to Dr., Frederick J. Zlegler, city phy
sician and a well known university
man of the metropolis, was solemnis
ed Wednesday evening In Westmins
ter Presbyterian Church, Rev. Henry
Marcot'o officiating. Attending the
l)ii(le wtre Mr. Nora Watklna Robb,
matron of honor, and the bridesmaids
were Misa Nora Watklna and Mrs.
Matt Watklna. Dr. Condon McCor
nack waa best man. Just before the
ceremony Mrs. Imogen Harding Bro
dle aang Cowen'a "Because," and to
4 ha strains of Lohengrin's wedding
march the bridal party cam down ttie
The bride waa beautifully gowned In
white satin en train and carried a
shower bouquet of orchids and llllea
of the valley. Her attendants were
dressed In yellow , silk, harmonizing
perfectly with the church decorations
of a mass of yellow chrisantbemums,
relieved with fema. Clifton N. Mac
Arthur. Clarence Bishop, Douglas
Taylor and Edward . E. Brodle were
th ushers. . -
Mr.. and..Mra. William H. Marshall
the latter a slater of th bride, gave
a large reception at their home 343
Holladay avenue, after th ceremony,
and Dr. and Mrs. Zlegler left for Cali
fornia for a three weeks' honeymoon
Among the Oregon City people who
were present at the wedding were
Dr. and- MrJ. Hugh S. Mount Dr.
Clyde Mount W. E. MIdlam, Mr. and
Mrs. W. L. MIdlam, Mlaa Beryl Long.
Mrs. Samuel U Stevens. Mr. and Mrs.
Edward E. Brodl. Mr. J. M. Law
rence, Mlss Marian Lawrence. Mlaa
Veda Williams. Mra. Charlea MIdlam,
Mrs. Wayne Howard and Mlaa-Louis
. The display in the Promotion Office
Is the largest since the Commercial
Club jpened Its advertising of nee op
posite the CourT Housef" "
The Crown-Columbia Pulp A Paper
Company Installed an exhibit of paper
i Thursday, which is interesting tourists
and strngers tht come to una city.
Thla exhibit Tepresenta th various
kinds of wrapping paper which is.
used by retail stores such as drugs.
hardware, dry goods and grocery
George W. Waldron, of Cresent
Ridge has a display of beets and rad
ishes and pears which Is very credi
table for hla section, but the potato
exhibit is taking tbe lead at present
O. Marquardt of Clarke, haa extra
One specimens of the Gold Coin var
lety in the of floe. Fred Stelner, oi
Beaver Creek, la displaying a sample
of American Wonder. Among t:;e
other potato exhibitors are . G. , T.
Watts of Stone. M. Justin of Wllholt
Berd Bird of Wllholt and J. ScMrvln
of Clackamas Heights.
D. A. Anderson, of Maple Lane, haa
a fine display of varloua kinds of vege
tables, also of almond nuts grown on
hta farm. Philip Strleb, Mayor of
Milwaukle, aaya that Clackamas
County la an Ideal plac to grow wal
nuts and to substantiate hla statement
has a fine display of Franquette, Mar
quette and Welsh walnuts.
George DeBok, of Willamette, has
astonished the farmers by exhibiting
a radish that weigh twelve pounds.
William Schatz. of Stafford, baa a
fine display of grapes, and Ouol Broth
ers, of Clarke, have a turnip that
weighs sixteen pounds. Mr. Roder
mel. of Clackamas Station, la exhibit
ing fine onions. R. G. Pierce, of Falls
View, has a One plate of Jonathan Ap
ples. MRS. SHEWMAN GIVEN
Sixteen ladies, rnenaa or Mrs. Jose
phine Showman, of Rlsley, left her
on th 2:30 car for her home, where
they took her completely by surprise.
Tbe guesta took possession of the
Shewm.sn home, and th afternoon
was dsvoted to bridge, the prize be
ing won by Mrs. . Edward Schwab.
Mrs. Tyra Warren, daughter of Mrs.
Showman, and Mra. W. A. Showman,
of this ctty, assisted th hostesa In
th entertainment of th guests. -On
of th guests, Mrs. Mary Warren, of
Oak Grove, presented a hug bouquet
of beautiful Chinese asters, which
were served very artistically In th
decorations of th rooms. Luncheon
Present wore Mrs. Edward 8chwah.
Mrs. L. E. Jones, Mrs. G. A. Harding.
Mrs. John FV Clark, Mr. Lena Char
man, MJ. T. P. Randall. Mr. M. C.
8 trick la rll, Mra. J. H. Walker, Mrs.
E. T. Avlson. Mrs. 3. N. Wlsner. Mrs.
A. L Beetle, Mra. W. A. Bhewman.
Mra. O. A. Harding, of thla city; Mra.
Mary Warren. Mlaa Sally Warren, of
Oak Grove; Mra. Mason, Mra. .Tyra
Warren, of Oak Grov.
HI V g4Miia
CROSS WILL AID AUTHORITIES IN
, SEARCH FOR COMPANIONS;
w . . ...... .
SIRANCE CASE KAY KEVER EE SCLVED
in... m uiam karinal RaaarvatlOfl
Will B ' Aakad T Quae- '
tion Men Mae To
Mak Search. .,;'
The Oregon City authorltle will In-'
vestlgat th mysterlooa death : of
Henry Hennlng, th young Warm
Springs Indian, whoa body was found
In th Willamette ' River near Con
cord. The young man disappeared on
tbe night of September J2, and three
men with whom ho had been drinking
ueciarea vnai u -
and would not be seen for a long
time. H. E.. Cross, npon whose plac
Hennlng and hla family wer camp
ing when th man disappeared, will
lrrnerdtte-agBt-oT the reservation
today to quest Ion Jhe men who wer
with Hennlng. . -
Mr. Cross aald that he had been
confident from th atart that Hennlng
waa dead. Th day before tbe body
waa found th man'a father-in-law call
ed npon Mr. Cross, and when told that
hi. aon-tn'-law waa nrobablv dead, he
became Inconaolabl. " r -r
"That-was th first time I ever saw
aa Indian, cry " aald Mr. Croa. "H
wept like a child. I have heard of
Indians crying, hut thla la th first
aa. that .r came under my obser
vation, end I have had deallnga with
a geat many of them."
Mr. Cross aald It would be diffi
cult to prove that th matt had met
with foul play. Ther were no marks
n th. twulv anil It la believed that th
man waa drowned. Whether he waa
thrown Into tne river or ten into n,
I. m mvatorr that nrobablv will never
be eleared-but the police will try to
aolv ii,- Skene uaaa wui -u-y, io wi
cat the men with whom Hennlng was
last aeen and get a statement from
them. , ' v . 'V
SAYS YIFE, SUillG
Declaring that he waa cruel to her
..j..ink ka. wKila tie t were liv
ing In Cowlitx county, Waah, May
Harria Thursday filed eult for a di
vorce from C I. Harria., She aaya ah
was forced to leave film, and since
then he haa been Interfering with her
work, and trying to keep her from
making a living for herself and her
thirteen-year-old daughter. They,
wer married July 4. 1896. In Lincoln.
Ines E- Winston seeks a divorce
from William Winston, alleging that
he deserted her October 19. 1910. They
were married la St Louis. July 31.
tsio. neorce SeTdel sued B. C. Ser-
!.d-L alleging desertion. They were
married in memo, yxn., norimom
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- '. "Unclaimed Letter.
List of unclaimed letters at th Ore
gon City postoffic for th week
ending November 10. 1911: '
Woman' List Carter. Mr. Nellie;
HarrK Mr. H-' ..." 4
Men'i List Armstrong, Jesse; Bett
net Harry; Congellon. William; Dow
ney William; Short. Amos r. 5
fca III V J '2aK
HUSBAND STRUCK HER,