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WEATHER INDICATION. ,
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WEEKLY ENTERPRISE ESTABLISHED 1506
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VOL 1 r Kn, 118.
OHEOON CITY, OUEOON, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 16, 1911.
Pn Wrk, 10 Objto
ACCITANCt I MHO ON PROM.
- II THAT Ht WILL HAVE
id is io M mmm
PU PropO I -Vmi r- r.vn
lack Gradually Prmr
V'seray I" Ctmmn4
, At JtlMl.
fCKlS. Nov. it. 1:11 a. m. Yuan
bl Kl hsa aecpl4 rrlrblp
I III kuiu offlc probably today
jrtrljf Official Gaiett coo lal a
,4 aa prMlou of thank from Yuan
(hi Ml to tli throo for bU appoint
ees!, but In tnilD I a mo no.
A-.km ha luk without receiving
.... iu. thai h would hat bract 1
.aUy.fiJun4 In conducting affair
kit retained we mnciai poai-
- , r
Tb new I'rlemier rwreivm vri
aiiBUiant veeterday. Including
Ik failed Statee MlnUlor to China,
ailtum J. Calhoun, who returned ber
a rosreraalkm HI a jorwigner.
Tata Kfcl Wal aald I bat ha Intended
. f'ahinat immediately and
aadcavor to rarry on tb government
kr lalaloi lb support 01 aa maay
arMtaraa Mabla, allowing th r
aladar to retain thalr Independence
ft lb dm twin. It would bo bla
r4avor elo to win V"" (htr "n"
(Uar to lb throo. gradually, h
Another Important development la
Ik capital waa lb laauanc of an
sirt tfdy ordering 111 Uang,
twwerly Viceroy of Manchuria, to aa
mm command at J hoi. wbr th
sansr reeldeuo of tb Emperor la
liinatad In plac of Pu Ting, lb tar
tar general. Tbla appointment baa
hd to th ballaf tn" certain quarter
that ike court may ratlr to Jehol.
ImtIbc Yaaa Hbl Kal a chief ira
tiT aotil tb opportunity arrlv for
tk court to reaaaum a meaiur of
till TO DID TRUSTS
WABHINOTON. Not.1 IS. Fkin'B
atrlnaa aa a rtunlahtnant for "truat
criminals" la tb United Htatea. to end
"Obramerrlal plrary under benevolent
lal of reason'." ar proposed In a
biu amending tb Hberman antitrust
h drafted by Representative Henry,
f Tria. to ba Introduced In tb
House dpt.n th opening of Congreaa
fit month. Ita Introduction probab
ly will mean Ita paaaag In tb llouae,
Tk Mil specifically define what
(oamitute g tniat, legislate from lb
prnent atatut lb Tul of reaaon."
M lalerpreted by th Hupram Court
ta tba Htandard Oil and Tobacco d
clilnni, and provide punlahmeot for
violation of th law at Imprisonment
frnm tn to len year In tba pnlten
Hry. It will b referred to th jti
Ortary rnmmltte for deliberation.
PERPETRATED BY WAtTMCDOUGALL?
i STAATS DOS
PUZZLE PICTURE WjYDJHEYAU LAUGH AT HER f
WORK OF CHURCH
JEHOVAH'S WORD KilST BE UFuELD
Advnt Chrlctlan Minister Declare
Church Should Fellow Teach
ing f God to Get
iA$H&sp r7 Steffi
Wmm.S3!Ywm)ii'im?'rm?'IB mtBJIMMMmm . Jk . .aw . t . "aTTTi aiaaaaaaa-aMjaBTaaoXaf ami ill Jji Ml ) in Mi' i ' affSaTSJIii aaTJawy-
AT. i9":r)af-TV - a7V pt-Y
BEATIE ASHED TO
OFFER FOR MAYOR
COMMISSION MAN ANNOUNCES
THAT ME HAS NOT
ntlENDS LAUD HiS WORK FOR CITY
Efterta Aa Member of Eatt S'd Capi
tal Highway Aocltion T
' Obtain Better Road
S3 1- "
SlNr AnD 5&fl kiTvtttb fclS inth? hand is worth taking TOTrH
ARNOLD D. SMITH
DIES IN WISCONSIN
Mr. and Mra. P. H. Bmlth. of thU
ty, hv in Informed of the death
f Mr. Pmlth'a brother, Arnold l.
with, a former resident of thla city.
Mr. Bnnih moved with hla family from
tola city aboiif? two year ago to Ap
'ton. win. 11 waa atrlcken with,
jn-umnnla, and waa III only flva daya.
"1 burial waa at Apple ton, Monday.
Mr. Smith waa about forty-lht
Jri of ag. and U aurvlved by H
'low and aeven children, tb ldeat
of hom it ten yara. whll tb young
t li only a bad of thr week. 11
o In survived by thre brothers, P.
Sinlih. of Oregon City;. William
inl'h. of Rtanlev. Wla Henry Smith.
Dakota, and also two sisters. Mra.
r"rx Vandehey and Mra. Albrt
yiil(, of Forest Orove, Or.
I Ptronu our-advertise'. k.
Fish! Fish! Fish!
- "Ivar Salmon frsh fr:m Yuqulma
j vry day. Crab cooked
thf tlm a wk. . No lull or
, B Mlmon sold hr. W 0" '
477 V t i t 1
SHE FOR CLUB
r-ORSSERO HOME ON - WATER
NEAR SIXTH OBTAINED
BY LODGE FOR S4.000.
MAIN STREET PROPERTY COSTLY
Plan I T BuMd Magnlflcant Horn
in Yar or Two Marty
Other Sit Wr
With th Intention of erecting a
magnlllient clulihous althln a year
or two. tb Orogoa City Lodge of
Klka haa purchaaea a iv ou
..i Bl.ih Rtreet from Mr.
Oicar Joraberg. the prlc being ll.tWO.
Although th location ! a dealrahl
on many members of the lod favor
ed purchaalng a slta on eiain
A commili couipoaeu
Hedge. U. T. Mcllaln. W. A. miniiey,
Iff M. C. Strickland. W. 11. Howell
and John F. Rlslcy and Mra. Fuisberg
reached an agreement Tuesday eve
ning. Mrs. Forsberg bougni ine pruir
erty thre yaar. M" "
h ppent oiorfj mmu n.
priv ng th nous. -. U"'Z . '
1 . jk w- .1.. n-lka to
will It raieo or mon t " -
make room for thlr building.
Tb Klks hav beqn ionmi ir -
alt for a horn for awmi a year .....
have negotiated for several. The ma-
lorlty of the memners
building on aia.u .w..w - .
.i..m.i that the nrlre of real
ranit ....... -
)! on that thoroughfar was tou
high. Tb IliT proi-ij
Seventh and Main atrU v
.. t a aSntit five months
many purv.i .". ,. . ,k,
ago, but owing to a defect In th eed.
v.. .ai reii tnrotixn. i" -
ahw negotiated with Mrs. Lena Char-i
man". Mr. M. M,. i-narmau
Logtis ratal for a Main street alf.
HIUIOII lE'S WIFE
TIGHTS 1 ALIMONY
Judg Eakln Wadne1ay heard ar
gument on a motion of th
for 12.600 monthly alimony and $7.50u
t money In tha suit o CJarlai t.
Taylor, tha mllllonalr miner, against
Snn'' K. Taylor. Th.
taken under advisement. Mr. Taylor,
ibout a rer ago obtained an annul
r,t of .W. marrlag. but th d.f.n
dant succeeoeu . h.rt
. .. nn tha around that h nan
: . wiih a nnmmona
Flwel Rarnolds. of Portland, rep
" ' j...x.( and rinora C.
resunr. me hi"..-""- ,
...ii William Stone, of this
fsruwuvii .. -
city, th plaintiff. . - ' ,. '
If ymi kr not reading tl MTftnlng
n . . mi.., wnv nniEt -
ia baw on. lid on
back fata. '
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I i iji. k.,ai Cruelty.
Corao Countlsa aued Edward Coun
tlss for a divorce, alleging' cruty.
They war married January 8. 1000,
; la, l)axtont Or,, v ... t i V
LIEUT. RAY KIRKLAN0. .
United State Army Officer
Whs I Sueul Aviator.
Deputy Sheriff J. O. Stasia, who la
a minister of th Advent Christian
ihiirch rwrntlv delivered an lnstruc
tlv series of sermons at tb West
Oregon City school house on "Why 1
a Church." Tb aermona, wblcb prove
conclusively that tb church la or.
daloed of God, ar epitomized In tb
, TKt tha ohurrh In soma form ha
xlsted for caturiea I suppose no on
will deny. but. WHT HA8 IT BEEN?
Wbydid God deem it necessary to
have a church?
What I It for? What Is It expect
1 to do?
I read In Acts 7-38 about "tb church
In th wilderness."
This seems to have been a Iarg
church, numerically, probably about
a million and a half who bad arrived
at th ag of accountability besld th
smaller children; but. what were they
out for? Why did Jehovah, through
Moses, organize them and glv them
a set of lawa for their government?
Was It to get tnem out oi oonu:
If so tbey did not seem to appreciate
it tfw Ik., nftlmea kinaed for. and
spoke of returning to "tb flesh spots
, Vrvnt "
There was a great deal of formality
about thla church In th wilderness;
and It took a lot or money 10 aeep
it tnint- a lanth of tn the tncreas
of a nation of 8,000.000 people; surely
Cod had some great design in insti
tuting ao costly an organization; foe
th most casual reader can sea thst
It waa as thoroughly and carefully
organized as any rallgtoua or corpor
al body of th twentieth century,
and so effective that th wealthleat
.ii .a tVa. emalieat and weakest
member were obliged to bear their
share of th burden tn supporting u
But whst waa Ita mission?
rtr A I. Reatie. school director
part owner of 4h Oregon Commission
Company, and one of Oregon Clty'a
msiat niililio-anirltad citizen is belnc
urged by friends to announce himself
a candidal for Mayor. When seen
i.v a Mnnlnt Rniarorlae rcDorter
Wednesday evening Dr. Beetle, while
admitting that ha baa been aagea to
mak th race, declined to say wheth
er b had reached a aecision.
. ':. ! t a.. I? - :
Phoio by Aruarlcaa ft-m Aaanuiain."
REV. LATOURETTE DIES
'AFTER LONG ILLNESS
Rv. Wlllard H. Latourett. brother
of D. C. Latourctte. lawyer ana oanaer
tvi. . died at his horn in wo-
Mlnnvllle Tuesday. Mr. Latourett
had been 111 for more
and hla dealh waa nui u..y-v--H
was fifty nln years of ag and
was born In Mount Tleasant, hla early
life being ipent in urgon viu.
UtourX gradual, of P.oiilc
University and th. Baptist Theologl
csl Bemlnary. of Rochester. N. T. H
had charg of a church In OikU d,
Cal.. for many yars. going from there
to MrMinnvlllo. When b hea 1th b
gan falling h gav up the ;mlnltnr
Jnd becam. a real tat broker. - Mr.
and Mrs. D. C. Latourett. will attend
fh f. "ral hlch will b. held at th
th ru ne I McMlnnvlll. at
Hapiis iiiuiv" ... - - t
10:30 o'clock this morning.
.Mr..Utourett. U survived by hla
widow and thre. children. Probably
X most notable work was M .uper
inndcnt of lh. Amer can liaptlat
Home Mission Society of California,
it. wrved in thla capacity for twelve
years. " . ' . t
DO YOIT KNOW that tba Enterprise
yearend Bargain Period Is now on?
Be. 4 on back pag. for, Jiartlculara
TO CONSIDER TAX
MEETINGS TO BE CALLED TO AR
, RANGE FOR SPECIAL LEVY
ROCK IS OFFERED AT SMALL PRICt
Governor Wst Write That H Will
Mt With Th Esast 8d
. Association Latter
Part of Month.
Plan were made for obtaining
rtiapa of roads and other data at a
meeting of th. Eat Side Capital High
way Association at th Commercial
-i..k wtiuiiiit nlsaL Judge Dimlck
offered to furnish th varloua districts
petitions for th special tag levy ior
road purposes, and other mattera of
Importance were given attention.
Th following letter from Governor
West, who had been Invited to attend
the meeting, was read by Secretary
Latourett and- enthusiastically re
ceived by the members:
"Thla I to acknowledge receipt of
youra of the 10th- Inst.. In reference
to meeting with th East 8lde Capital
Highway Association, and to say that
owing to a trip wtilcn laaes me ouum
this evening. It will b. Impossible for
me to -be with you.
"I hppe. however, o,gei uuwu
way before 1 leav. IfTr th. East th.
latter part of th. month and go over
the matters wnn you- t y'
anxious to se. th. Portland-8alem
Highway gotten under wajt, and wish
to render every possible assistance
In atartlng things off.
J K. washerman, manager or tn
Nw Era Land ft Investment Com
pany, said the company would glv
all th loos rock on It land for road
purpose -without charge. If It waa
desired to open a quarry u
Would g!v. al rock necessary
W making the Bectton of the
rod along It property and make a
nominal charge for rock for u. on
other sections of th. road In thla and
in Marlon countlea.
r.anraa Randall aaia mai me rw
renta of Central Point would bold a
meeting next week to consider auth
orizing a special tax. 8. O. Dlllman,
of Mount Pleasant, said that a. meet
ing would b. held at Canemah next
week for considering th. special tax.
William Hedges. A. H .Flnnlgan and
H E. Jone. or caneman. -celved
aa members of th association.
Judge Dimlck declared that A .pec
lal tax should b. voted s soon as
possible. He also suggested that ar
rangements should b. mad. at one.
for a quarry. H. .aid that with thes
Ihlnr accomplished tb actual work
could b .started.. ...
A vote of thanki waa exieuunu .p
mobile ownera for taking nhd mom
bera of th. association to th. rou
meetlnga that hav been held through
out th county. All district wer. rep
resented at th. meeting.
tn, meet next
Wednesday evening at th. Comm.r-
Clil Club In this City wnen niaka
..v.. it.ta win he considered. The
...tinn k.a arranaed to Bond dle-
rations to all th. district road meet-,
Inga at which th. special tax will b.
dlscuaa.4. ' 7
: I 'pip
Dr. A. L. Baatla, who la being urged
to become canaioai tot .7r.
Aitkmivh a tnunc man Dr. Beatl
haa for several years been promin
ently Identified with public affairs.
and la . one of tb. hardest woraer
for tb advancement of tb city and
county. H haa served on many in
portant Commercial Club commiweea
and ia on of the liveet of th Live
u-im Ma also Is a leading memoer
of the East Sid Capital Highway As
sociation, and, haa attenaeo. au xne
tfn ir thai oraanlzatlon for th
propagation of good roads sentiment.
, I)r. Beatl waa unui several iuuuuu
on a nraotlrlnc- dentist, but gSV UP
hi profession In order to devot his
time to th. business oi in ures.
-nn.niaairn rnmnsnv. H Is thor
oughly qualified for th duties of th
mayoralty, and his inenos preaici a
successful administration if ha allows
th us of his nam and should be
Few. J. 'O. Staats. who aay church
should confln Itself to word of God.
King Solomon seems to sum up the
reason In 1st Kings 8-4J "That all peo
ni tha rih mav know thr name
to fear Thee." And again In th. 60th
verse of the same chspter, "inai an
k. iMii. nf tha earth mav know that
th Iord la God and that there Is none
else." Joshua expresses much tn
same Idea In Joshua 414 "That all th.
people of th. .arth might know th.
hand of th. Lord, that It la mighty."
- It would eem from the above cnp
nr that th reason for th xistanc
of tb first large church waa to mag-
lr- ik. nama nf Jehovah and show
(Is superiority over the gods of th.
beMhen by whom they were surround
ed. As long as they continued to do
hi. ihj war nrosDered and blessed.
but In every Instance where they, aa
a church, forsook his teachings and
failed to he guided by hla Instructlona
trouble overtook them, their harvests
wer cut short, they were smitten
with disease, and finally they war.
absorbed by th. heathen nations
around them. '
.It ii look at th. N.w Testament
and see what can b learned from the
writings of th. Apostlea and th teach
ing of th. Great Master himself aa to
the reason why this great Institution
should be reorganized ana perpe.ua
ted and continue to grow and Inereas"
Ita Influence over tb. people of th
earth. ' ' . " .
In Knheslana 6-25 to 27. "Christ loved
th. church and gave himself for it
that h. might sanctify and cleans
It with the wahlng of water bv th
word that HE MIGHT PRESENT IT
TO HIMSELF A GLORIOUS CHURCH
not brvlng spot or wrinkle or any
such ihlng. but that It should b. holy
and without blemish.
The apotle her. declares tnai
- r.vri.t hla life for th.
church waa that he might PRESENT
IT TO HIMSELF A UUJRiuua
CWURrtf and thereby GLORIFY
In 1st Timothy S-15 w. reaa oi i
church as th. "pillar and grouna oi
th. truth.'' It then I tb duty of th
church to hold up th truth of th
scripture for-th eniignienmem i..
world. The Master himself tells them
"T are tba light of th world; lot
vour light so shin before men that
they ma we our rd deed, and flor;
Ify your Father which Is In heaven,
r Colosslan. Ml reads. "H la the
i..a iv. hrutr. the church.
Tka-rt... of the body 1. to perform!
DEPUTY FISH VARDDI
TO M TRIED TODAY
Tha hi. nf the state against H. W
Tramharti. DeDutv Fish Warden. In
dicted for shooting Alex Douthlt. at
.. r.n. nf th Willamette several
months ago. will b. called for trial
In the Circuit Court today, ueorge
r Rrawnell haa been employed by the
State Commission to aid in th de
fense of th accused. TTemDam
. nn,ro. that ha rIM not Intend to shoot
Douthlt. but shot at the skiff In which
be was rowing in an effort to nait
him. Douthlt denlea that he waa vio
lating the law. The latter", brother.
John Douthlt, was fined. 5U a iew
daya ago for attacking Trembath after
LAWYER SAYS HE WILL OFFER
FOR MAYOR IP CHARGES
ARE FOUND TRUE,
LXIRAYACOE RAS EHX A11IC0 ,
Judge RMrt That H Wootd' Pr'-.4'"-
Ut Not Makina Rac Andr)
Mn Say Thr Cfceic
Will Wli. .i
tirant n rrimirk who 1 being urged , '
to become a candidal for Mayor Wed-
nday, night gav out tn. roiwwing
statement: - .
: ."If figures on xpendlture from th
general fund and th road fund dur
ing th last year are true, and If eer
tain specific charge of extravagaae ,
which a committee of taxpayer ba
informed me of ar true, and cam bo
verified by Friday noon, la that event
I will become a caudldat for Mayor."
. Judg Dimlck reiterated that ;
..!, nrafav not maJiinc the race, bat
his friends are twrlstetrt aad be aaya.-..
. . . . . l i .kiMilil tta '
be reel mai inair w.
considered. From th above state
ment it Is evident thai If k. enter 7
th rac be wlB make cftaaQsof - j
travaganc against th City Council,
of which William Andrwaen, th
candidate for Mayor to data. U prest- -denL
H Jv I prealdent of th FV
naoce Commute of tb City Council.
Mr. Andreaen declined to aay any
thing about Judg Dimlck entering tb
rac. HW friends, however. ay that
he will fight to a finish and win.
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Vlft SWS FLEA
RICHMOND. Vaw Nov. 15. (Spec-
lal.) Oovemor Mann of Virginia, to
day definitely refused to lntacfer
either by pardon or reprieve la the
esse Jf Henry Clay BeatU. Jr sen
tenced to be electrocuted on Novem
ber U for th murder of bla wife. Tb.
governor refused to consider an ffl-
. a Waahlna-ton bV Paul
U. TIL UMW -' -
Beattl. cousin of tn condemaeo mu,
that hla damaging testimony during
th. trial waa fala. There la now
believed to b no doubt that ueawie
will die In th. electric chair on th.
dat Bet. 4 - '
Rev. Benjamin Dennia. an cpi
pal clergyman, brok th. nw of tb
governor' refusal to Interfer with
the execution of hla aentenc to Beat
tvi. i. tha Unit tlm Governor Mann
haa refused to grant a respite of sen
tence since be ha been vn
chief executive. ' t ..... ,
OREGON CITY FOLK
HEAR GIPSY SMITH
. More than 100 members of the
Presbyterian and other churchea went
to Portland Wednesday night In char
tered car to bear Gipsy Smith, th.
famous evangelist. Although th. cara
wer. chartered only a few hours be
fore th. time for starting, many who
desired to mak. the trip wer unable
to 'get aboard. Several ladles of th
Presbyterian church arranged th
trip. Th party returned shortly be
for midnight, and all expressed them
selves aa having been ueiigmea wiwi
the evangelist -
FRESHET NOT FEARED
BY Hiy iAIIAGtRS
- Theodora Onmund. Secretary and
Treasurer of th Hawley Pulp Pa
per Company, aald Wednesday night
that ther wa littl danger of th
mill having to ahut down aa a result
of th rain of th past few daya.
"The water at present la Just right
f-.r our business." aald. Id r. Osmund.
nnd I do not think tner. win oe
freshet. Of cours if -the rain con
tlnuea th mills might be closed for
two r three daya. It does not take
th. water long, however, to recede.
jOther mill manager aeen by a
Morning Enterprise reporter were or
th. eamo opinion aa Mr. Osmund.
HP.S."eFF1E T'EDIE. .
FREED OF GUN CH ARS
Mra. Effl. Twedle. of tb. Logan
neighborhood, was acquitted by a
jury In Judge Campbell' court. Wed
nesday evening of having pointed a
rifl at A. A. Ailed. - Allen tetlnd
that b waa riding on a mowing ma
chine when th. defendant threatened
him with th gun. Mrs. i.
was reiresented by Oorg C. Brow
sell, denied the charge, but admitted
that ah had pointed a auc i i't.;'
oi,. wm. h.M ovar to th grand Jury
In $400 ball by Justice Of th Peac .
Samson. District Auornej
was assisted in th prosecution vj
A. Dimlck. ,r
COSTS OWNER $2.50
(Continued 0 . P. I )
Every day for more than a week th
prize chanticleer of Frank Sakn. of
Ninth and Washington streeta, went
upon th highway In front of lte own-
anil emwad until all th
other member of th Sakn flock 'of
chickens Joined their lord ana master.
K-inhi.ra nhiactad. and called atten
tion to the ordinance, which prohibit
chlckena from tn sireeis. uui "u-
uu.. rflrin't rare and finally Pollce-
asviat waa called to abat the
alleged nulsanco. The policeman
awora out a warrant, not for tb. real
fr.nriar hut for tb ownr of th
wit T..ri Stlnn flnad Mr.
prou u.iu. Mu..n w-r i
Sakn. 2.60 and told him he would
v.a tn keen his chicken off thai
Ltroet... ,,. , ,j, , ,. " "
If voa ar not reading th Morning
Enterprise, why not? T.ar-end Bar
gain Period I now on. Se ad on
I'USICAL IS GIVEN .
BY PIONEER CHAPTER
Th. Pioneer Chapter. Order of Eaat-
era Star, met in the Maaonlc lodge
room Tuesday evening, and ' arter .
routln. business was transacted, a'
program and social wer held. The
program waa In charg of Mis Ger
trude Falrclough, each number receiv
ing It sbar of encore. Tb follow-,
Ing number were given: Piano solo.
Miss Florence Orsce; vocal ok Mra. -K,,
H. Coopr; ; reading, Mra. E. W.
8"0tt; solo, Mrs.; Wolf; group oT
readings. Mrs. W, A. flbewpian : . .
Mr. A. A. Price, . . '. .
. One of th fature or tna von
was the depositing of paal '
box. th. fund to b used for tba RorU
mlaslon. It ka customary for tv-or'r'
der when a membr la ill to it-1