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J Oregon Hnlurdaf fair at,
snow east portion. , ; .
WEEKLY ENTERPRISE ESTABLISHED 1866 V
VOL. II No. 111.
OREOON CITY, OREGON, BATUUDAY, NOVEMBER 11, 1911.' , '
Pn Wkek, 10 Cktti V
WHY, MR. MORGAN I
CALL IS ACCEPTED
IIMICK MAY DITER
RACE ' FOR"-" MAYOR
MADE BY CARNEGIE
BY REV. EDW
IS BIG SUCCESS
MONlV TURNED OVER TO COR
PORATION , TO HANOLt
DONATION MADE IN FORM Of BONDS
Ironmaster Want ' Fund UmI for
'Diffusion ' Knwlg And
vl-vi' VilllK. Nov. 10. -Andrew Car.
' rgl announced tonight hat ha bail
in i:'.o0,00o to the Carnegie Cor
aeration, of Naw Ywl, organised bar
today under a CbarUr pmN by lb
Ntw York Legislature last June, "to
promote tba advancement and dlffu
tlun of knotMfi and understanding
among lha people f tba United
State " ' . ,
lu-bcU w In J h la f 1 ft a imp the cor-
Duration organised especially lo re
ceive It and to apply It Income to
Ike purpose Indicated, Mr-Carnegie.
In a ((element tonight, aaid that be
InteuiUd lo leave with lb corpora
' tkia the work of tba founding and aid'
lag librartee and educational Institu
tions, Mrb ha aa an Individual haa
carried on for wan year a.
. The statement -follows.
j 'Th Carnegie Corporation of Naw
York..tncorptrBtd by an artpaaI
bjr tba New York Legislature June .
Ill,-aa organised November '10,
1II The purpoeee of tba corpora
Hon stated In the barter are aa
lullnwa: , .
"Pert Ion I AndceWOeraegle. Elibu
K'tot. Henry M. IfUchett. William N.
Frew. Robert R. Woodward.-Charles
U Taylor, Robert A.'' Franks.' James
IW-rtram and their auccetaora are
hereby constituted af'body corporate
.. by the bam of tbe earned Corpor
ation of New York, for tha pur pe of
receiving and maintaining a fond or
funds and applying tha' Income there
of to promote tba advancement and
diffusion of knowledge and under
Handing among people of tbe I'nlled
Kiaiei by aiding the technical school,
Institutions of higher learning, librar
ies, scientific reeearch, hero funda,
useful publication and by aurh other
"Mr ncteg ; and; "mean aa-aha II from
time to time bo foil ad appropriate
VTbe Incorporator met at Mr. Car-
negle'e houa Friday affVrnoon, No
vember 10, 1U. accepted the charter,
adopt,) the conalltutlon and by law
and elected the following offlrera:
"President Andrew Carnegie; vice-
president Kllhu Root; treasurer, Rob
ert A Frank; aerretary.l James Ber
"Mr Carnegie transferred to lha
corporation, for Ita rorjorate pur
PeB. f :S,000,000 par value flrat mort
gage bonda of tha United Btalea 8teel
"It la Intended that the bualnoe
of founding and aiding llbrarlea and
educational Inalltutlona which had
been carried on by Mr. Carnegie aa
an Individual for many years will be
turned over to th corporation at an
early data and carried on by the cor
poration." If ymi are not reading the Morning
Rnterprla. why nott Year-end Har
lulu IVrlod la now oa. Be ad on
Pntriinlta our advartlaer.
The Indian Rustler
Fln Wtrn plotur.
The Torn Scarf
', Drama. '
Matinee and new
POSTAL BONDS TO BE
SSUED JANUARY 1
Tba following Information regard
ing poatal banka ha been received
at the local ioatofflr.
IVpoalta may-ba "echaagfd Janu
ary I for t'nlted Statea reglatered or
rouiMtn bonda, denomination $10,
1100 and l&oo, bearing Intvreat of
two aud one-half per cent anboalty.
Tbe bonda are eiompt from 'tatatloo.
Application for conrcraloo of depoaita
Into bonda muat be mad before fV
crtnbrr 11. There I no limit to the
amount of bonda allowed ona deoa1
tor. Iktnda will not be alaocd to non
dnMaliora. Bonda may ba aold or
assigned to any person, however, by
the hMer. and .when a registered
bolid la assigned a new bond will be
Issued la the nam of the owner.
The depositor application muat In
dicate whether bonda are desired In
reglaiered or coupon form. Coupon
bond are preferable for a depoaltor
who Intends to hold them for a short
time only and who ha ample facilities
for their safekeeping. 'These bonda
are payable to bearer, and the title
will pas by delivery without Indorse
ment. Interest on coupon bouda la
collected by uieana of Intereat cou
pons, which are detached by tha hol
der as they beeoeaa due. ' . i
ELEVEN PASS STATE
Dr. Clyde Mount, of th State Hoard
of lentl Riamlnera, announced Fri
day evening that eleven of th appli
cant for license to practice dentis
try In th atate out of nineteen who
tried the examination held thla week
Mn lortlnnd. bad paaaed.
Tha clas waa a email one, aou
th percentage of enccessful candl
datea waa fair. Th board la com
posed of Dr. Mount, dental anatomy
and pathology; Dr. H. II. Olllnger.
of Saloni; Dr. F. Vaughan. Aatorla;
Dr. Jean Clln. Portland, and IV.
W. 8. Kennedy, Tha Dalle. A meet
ing will b held today to transact
executive business. At tbe examina
tion Juat befor thla on there wer
EGGS ARE RECEIVED
The United Statea Bureau of Fish
rlea delivered to the Oregon Flan
Commission November 8. 2.175,000
eyed Chlneek salmon egg and Novem
ber 8 ther wer delivered 2.244,000
egg of th aame pecle. making a
totnl of 4.419,000 egg. Within the
next few day th United State Bur
eaii will furnish about 4,000.000 mor
from IN hatchery located on the Lit
tle Whll Salmon Wver, tributary to
the Columbia. These egg are to be
hatched and reared to finderllng at
the tie hatchery at nonnvllle. and
with the egg received from Alaska
from the Government hatchery, will
make Bonneville elation crowded near
ly to It capacity. . -
. HUSBAND IS SCOLD
Declaring that h la a cold and
treated her cruelly Katherlne F. Hock
filed ult Friday agalnat Auguat F.
Litock. They wr mamea June n.
1911. . Th plaintiff auegea mai
husband frequently told, her-that he
wlahed he had never een her and
ha wa aorry that h married her.
Hhe-declare that h atruck her No
vember fl. 1911. .
. Ruby Greenwood filed utt for M '
vorc agalrt Henry1 .Oreenwood,
alloglng deaertlon.1 They war mar
. . - n.- u.w it loni Rha
rifl in i ne ,"
ask for tha cuatody of their child,
DUCHESS OF CONNAUGHT.
ho U th Wife ef the Ni
Oevemer General ef Canada.
SALOON MAN VICTIM
OF CLEVER FORGER
A smooth forger cam to town laat
night, looked around for aVhlle,
learned that B. F. Mitchell - waa a
prominent man here, signed hi name
to a check for 812.60, had D. M. Klem
on, th saloon man, cash tbe
check and departed. Xlr. Klem son
became ausplcloua of tha man shortly
after he had cashed th check and
called Mr. Mitchell over telephone.
The latter said h had not written
the check and th aaloon man noti
fied Policeman Frost who 'searched
for the man several hours without
GRAVITY AND ICE TOO
MUCH TOR Dlt BEATIE
Dr. A. U Beatle, school director,
good road enthusiast, and mentioned
a a candldnt for Mayor, discovered
Friday that gravity operating on an
Icy Incline wa a powerful fore. In
fact the good doctor waa fortunate
that he did not take a plunge In th
Icy water of th majeatlo Willamette.
Dr. Beetle was directing th unload
ing of two tons of coal at the Oregon
Commission Company when hla trou
bles began. Th wagon was backed
agalnat th warehouse on th Eleventh
treet aide. Th wheela . had been
chocked, but th horses persisted In
slipping on th board street which
was covered with a thin coating of
Ice. Finally It waa decided to un
hitch th horses, and when this waa
don, someone removed a block from
rtna of the front wheela. Th wagon
allpr'!. turning aldewls and Dr.
Reatle relied Ui tongu. It continu
ed slipping down th lnclln with ac
celerating speed toward the river.
Dr. Beatle holding to th tongue for
dear life. Finally the vehlcla crashed
Into' th railing and It waa taken for
granted that It would go Into the
river,- but th barrier: held not any
tighter, however, than did Dr. HeaUe
to the wagon- tongu. D. C. Rohblns
and about fifty other witnesses de
clared that they, had never-befor
aeen such an exhibition of pluck
agalnat such odds a waa given by
Dr. Beatle. - ' ' V. -
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DO YOU KNOW that th Enterprise
year-end Bargain Period la now on?
See ad no back pag for particulars.
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RAILWAY 11AN FREED
OF SALMON CHARGE
Cbarle Smith, of Parkplac. who
I employed In th railway mall ei
vlce, waa acquitted of having a sal
mon In hta possession during - the
closed season r lory In the.Clreult
Court late last night. The' Jury con
aldered the case for more than ten
hours. The defendsnt wa repreaent
ed by George , C. . Brownell. - H. W.
Trernbath, deputy fish warden, testi
fied that he bbw Smith with a aalmon
In a barn at midnight April 6. J.
fierce,, a ho was with Trernbath that
night, testified to tbe same thing.
J 'bey declared they entered the barn
nd bbw the defendant and the flab
by th-light of matches. Smith de
nied that b.had the fish, and hie tes
timony waa corroborated by another
wltneaa. , .. .'.,
ON BENCH WARRANT
Judge Campbell Friday set th
trial of Mrs. Jane Tweedy, charged
with threatening to ahoot a neighbor.
for" BextWednesday. The trial waa
to have been laat Wednaaday. but th
defendant, who was out on a bond ol
1 1.200, did not put In an appearance,
and Judge Campbell Issued a bench
warrant for her. Sheriff Mass learn
ed that ahe had moved from Logan,
where she is alleged to have pointed
a shotgun at a man named Allen, to
Woodburn, wher he found her and
aerved the warrant. There la no pro
vision In the county Jail for women
and Mrs. Tweedy waa allowed to go
to a hotel. She I married and has
U REN WOULD HAVE
FUN AS DELEGATE
W. 8. U'Ren may be a dele
gate to the next Republican national
convention, and tak a hand there In
tha flght for a progressive platform.
Including auch planka aa tha election
of United Statea senators by direct
vote, th presidential preference pn
mary. and Indorsement of the Inltia
Uve, referendum and recall, aays the
Mr. U'Ren says he has not yet de
cided whether he will be a candidate
for delegate, but admitted that the
Job would be to his liking. He saya
he Is now well overloaded with work
in the promotion of certain Ideas for
submission to Oregon voters, but If
he can find time he will be a candi
date for the honor of sitting In tbe
next national convention.
"While a progressive selected for
the resolutions committee would be
kept qff the subcommittee to draft
the Dlatform," sal a Mr. U Ren, in ai
cussing what may happen, "he could
offer an amendment In the full com
mlttee and make himself a nuisance.
When voted down he could aubmlt a
minority report to the convention.
There he would be suppressed again.
But thla would he only the atart of
, There seems little doubt that If
Mr. U'Ren wants to be a delegate he
can be chosen. Under the system of
election required bjr the presidential
primary law, each voter will vote for
only one candidate for delegate out
of ten to be chosen, and any candi
date with a personal following equal
to one tenth of the total Republican
vote will be assured of selection. If
there are many candldatee and ihe
vote Is scattered, much less than one
tenth will be enough.
The possible sending of Mr. U'Ren
to the convention will excite Interest
throughout the country. It would rep
resent a'challenge by the Oregon pro
gressives In the castle of the enemy,
and. mark the -opening of the fight
for the principles of the Oregon sys
tem In the national councils of th
party. . -.
DO YOU KNOW that th Enterprla
year-end Bargain Period la now. on?
See ad onj back page for particular.
CATTLE CLCRQYMAN BECOMES
PASTOR Of CONOWECA- J
TIONAL CHURCH. '
DUTIES 10 BE ASSUMED TOKORKOrV
Minister I Harvard Qradust and
Haa Held Important Charflea
x " Church Office re Ar
At the annual meeting of the Con
gregational church held Thursday eve
ning, a, unanimoua call of the church
wa extended to the Rev. George N.
Edward of Seattl. Word was re
ceived Friday night from Mr. Edwards
accepting the. call and be will take
up hla duties at once and will occupy
tbe pulpit both morning and evening
tomorrow. ' ' '
Mr. Edwards is a graduate of Union
Seminary And Harvard University, and
uaa oeen in ma ministry . tor tea years.
five year of which were In Connect!
cut, two , years In Douglass, Alaska,
and three year as -assistant pastor to
Dr. Van Horn, of Plymouth Congjo-
gatlonal church, one of the largest
churches of Seattle.
Mr. Edwarda supplied the pulpit In
Oregon City recently Bad -made many
friends, who are glad to welcome him
to Oregon City. ,
Other bualness coming- before the
church wa the election of officers
Mrs. H. C. 8tevens and CoL C. H-
Dye, re-elected trustees ; ' Mrs. Kate
Charman, re-elected treasurer, and
W. H. Miller, re-elected clerk. ' -
Reporta were read by the officers of
the church societies, showing all to' be
In a prosperous condition-
The Rev. Edwarda succeeds the Rev:
Mr. Proctor, who resigned aa the pas
tor of the church to take up his duties
BERRIES OT AS
WINTER DRAWS HEAR
Mra". K. L. Newton has oa exhibition
in the Publicity Department pf the
Oregon City Commercial Club building
on Main street, a sample of atrawber-
rlea that have attracted much atten
tion. These berries were picked from
the patch in the Newton yard, Novem
ber 8.- One of the berrtee ta five and
one-half Inches ' In circumference.
There are many more berries and blos
soms on the vines. The fruit la of de
licious flavor. Mra.; Newton also has
blackberries on exhibition, the variety
having been originated by her, and
which she has named the "Golden
OREGON CITY ELKS
TO THE DALLES
About ten members of the Oregon
City Lodge of Elks will go to The
Dalles today to attend the dedication
and stag social given by the lodge
of that city this evening. A special
rate of $3.50 round trip haa been ar
ranged. Lower bertha will be $2.45
and uppers $2.05. Dr. Clyde Mount
Exalted Ruler, will go with the Ore
gon City delegation.
For those desiring to remain over
Sunday two excellent trips have been
planned by The Dalles Lodge. One
Is to be up tbe river to the Big Eddy,
and from there via the Fortage road
to Celllo Falls. For those not want
ing to take thla trip, arrangements
have been made to show them the
surrounding country and the Orchard
Arrangements have been made with
the Pullman Company to park the
sleepers at The Dalles so that they
may sleep In their own cars Saturday
KOERNER FUNERAL TO
BE HELD TOMORROW
Ths funeral of Rudolph Koerner,
formerly president of the Oregon City
Council will be held at 8 o'clock to
morrow afternoon at the Sellwood
Crematorium. Two special cars con
taining members of the family of Mr.
Koerner, friends and a delegation of
.Masons will leave this city at 2 o'clock.
The Masons will meet at Masonic Hall
at 1;0 o'clock and go to Harding
drug store where they will board
their car. There will be a large at
tendance of Oregon City peraons at
the funeral. Nr. Koerner' son Wil
liam, of Arlxona, will arrive here' to
night , . .'....'. -4
, Sabbath Union To Meet
The Sunday -School Graded Union
for elementary teachera will - meet
this afternoon at S oclock In the Con
gregational church, Mlaa Amy Ptir
cell has. been elected president.' All
teachers are Invited to aftend.- , , ;
If you are not reading the Morning
Enterprise, why notT Year-end Bar
gain Period la now on. See ad oa
back-page-. ' " ' " "
"CONEY ISLAND" AND MINSTREL
, DRAW LARGE CROWDS TO
HACK FACE MEN CONYULSE AUDIENCE
Athletic Association Pleased With
. Financial Result of Benefit
Parade Feature of
While the imitation of Coney Is
land, given by the High School pupil
at Armory Hall Friday night waa an
expurgated edition, so to speak, of
tbe original "Coney." which haa at
leaat helped to make New York
famous, It was a fine- exhibition and
Ju as successful as It was One, from
a financial standpoint It wouldn't
be fair to say Just what the profits
were, but they were satisfactory to
he High School Athletic Association,
for jhichheterWnjnent was
'given. . . .
. ."Coney Island" waa a anccess from
start to finish. The parade . which
preceded the opening of the hall
crowded Main street. -There were
about fifteen automobile and other
vehlclea In Una, and on the backs
of two horses were six high schooi
boys. Tbe floats were gaily decorat
ed, and the aame adjective may be
used In describing the attires of sev
eral of the occupants. - '
' Bootba were scattered, about the.
big ball. In one was "Matt and Jeff."
In another -Mik and ; Ou,"-te-aav.
other the "Kaizenjamer Kids," and
the "Newly Wed'a Baby- and "Sambo-
had shows of their own. A tepee;
eampflre ahd Indian . basket were
features of the Indian booth and tne
booths , of the Japanese and Gypsy
fortune-tellers were Just as attractive.
The minstrels, with Waldo CouOeld
as Interlocutef, made a big hit. albeit
some of the Jokes suggested antedi
luvian times. They wer all th fun
nier for that reason. The coons were
Lyle Gault, Charles Beatle, Peter Pot
ter and -John Dambaea) aa taaveatav
men were Ray Morria and John Bea
tle. - - . : '
, The committee In charge' was com
posed of Mtases Edith AJldredge,
Eula Schuebel, Florence White .and
AM. Levitt.- Th parade committee
waa composed of Mis Florence White,
Joseph Hedge, Joseph Sheahan and
Kent Wilson, . -,
"COLDEST III YEARS
PORTLAND,, Nov. 10. (Special.)
Though Portland enjoyed the snow
flurries today and even the Blasts of
Ita coldest November day In twenty-
five year, the mercury only dropped
to 31 degrees above aero as ita low
est point -
Helena, Mont, was the coldest point
registered In the United States, the
temperature dropping to four points
below sera , v
One feature of today's weather re
port as given out by the United State
Weather Bureau waa the fact that
there were not a doxen big cltlea In
the country enjoying aa absolutely
clear day. These fortunate places
were Galveston, Kansas ' City, New
Orleans New York, Minneapolis, St
Paul, San Francisco, Sacramento,
Washington. "D. C, and' In Canada.
Winnipeg and Calgary vere the only
cltlea which enjoyed a cloudless day
WEST WANTS WORK
ON LOCKS RUSHED
SALEM. Or, Nov. 10. (Special)
The attitude of the State Board Of
Canal Commissioners, Including the
Governor, Secretary of . State and
State Treasurer, toward the situation
at Oregon City relative to the Willa
mette locks, waa expressed today In
a formal statement Usued from the
J office of Governor West He declares
that the Government and the State
Board are of one mind relative to the
construction of the locks and that .aa
soon aa negotiations for equitable
valuation of property rights are set
tled to the satlsfactin of the Govern
ment and the State Board and subse
quent recommendations of 'the en
gineers have been approved by ' the
department tbe. work, on the project
will be begun. ' ,
"Aside from the first cost of secur
ing right-of-way, either on th weat
aide or the ' east side' of the river,
there are no obstaclea In the way of
the construction of the canal and the
establishment of free lock. Both the
east and west routea'ar feasible,"
says the Governor In . the letter. -
If you BTe not reading the Morning
Enterprise, why not? Year-end Bar
gain Period Is now on. See ad on
COMMITTEE URGES FORMER EX
ECUTIVE OP CITY TO BE-
' COME CANDIDATE. ;
UTOURETTE DECLKES T& CfFER
Andresen Only One to Announce e . j. i
Far and Prlnd Thin '.;.
Grant B. Dimlck la being arged by ,-
hi friends to become a candidate for '
Mayor. A committee of prominent ,
cltixena waited upon him Friday eve- .
nlng and asked him to allow the nse.
of his name. Several person called ''
npon hlmS aturday In hla office and;'.'
made the aame request, ! ' . -
-I have not made up my mind what '
I shall do.- aaid Judge Dimlck to a '.
Morning Enterprise reporter. . "It ' 1 ,
a proposition that should be eonsld
ered carefully Having served four
terma a Mayor I am well acquainted )(
with the ardueua duties of the office. '
The office reqnlree-mneh of maa'a
time, and, consequently his private lav '
te recta auffer to aom extent1 I ex- '
pect to make a decision .la a few
days." - . '." - " ' ,"-- 1 ."' vt
, ' '4.
Grant B. Dimicfc who haa been akV
, to become a candidate for Mayer. .
., Jadge Dimlck is the. only man to
occupy- the ' office four . consecutive
term and was urged to allow the use .
of his name for the' fifth. ' A petition
signed by SO voters was presented
to him when he declined to be a can-,
dldate the fifth time. , Judge Dimlck
waa County Judge four and one-half ;
years, and pas a formidable candidate
for the nomination for gOTernor sev
eral years ago. He Is one of th best
lawyers la the state, and the success
of the Clackamas Southern Railroad
haa been largely due to his efforts.
' William Andresen; President of the .
City Council, la tbe only candidate aa
yet for Mayor. Mr. Andreses did not
announce until he waa virtually com-'
pelied to do eo by hla friends. A peti
tion presented to him waa signed by
several hundred voters.' In caae Judge
Dimlck does not offer Mr. Andresen's .
friends think he will not have opposi
tion. M. D. Latourette, Secretary of the
Commercial Club, and one of
the most enterprising t and pab-lii-splrited
business man In the
city, . positively ahnounced Friday
that he would not make the race for
Mayer. Mr. Latourette considered
the matter for several weeks,, apd., al
though he was urged by scores of
business snd professional men to of
fer, he felt that it would be to hla
Interests not to become a candidate, ,
COUNTY TO COMPETE
' IN BIG APPLE SHOW
Secretary Laielle, of the Promotion
Department of the Commercial Club,
said Friday that Clackamas county
would have a fine exhibit at the Port- .
land Apple Show , which begins next
Wednesday. . The applea will be ship
ped -from this city by boat Tuesday. ..
noon. All persons who contemplate
contributing to the exhibit are urged
to have their products at tbe 'Promo
Hon Building not later than Monday
afternoon. Mr. Laielle went to Port
land Friday afternoon and completed
arrangements with Frank W. Powera.
Secretary of the Oregon State Hortl-
cultural Society for the exhibit. A
space twenty feet1 long and ten feet'
wide has been allowed this county. .
The show will be held In the Yeon '
Building. The display will consist of
Jonathan, Northery Spy, Spltenbertf,
Wagner, Gano and King.
Newberg High 8chool will play Ita , .
first football game with Oregon City .
High this afternoon at 2:20 o'clock on
Gladstone Park Meld.' The game !
expected to be a fast one, though Ore. .
gon City I handicapped by tbe km .
of Sheahan. Ita taat end. The local - ,
men will lice np as follows) GaulL
center; Qulnn, left guard; J. Beatle.
right guard; Caufleld, left tackle; C.
Beatle, right tackle; Grave, left d;
Dambach. right end; Wilson,' (cap
tain), quarter; Rotter, left half; Croaa,
rint half; Mlchels, full back. Wa?
dron, Dungey,' Seeley, Morris. 8tne.6W
and Johns, substitutes.
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