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y vATHt INDICATIONS.
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OREOON CITY, OREGON. TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 21, 1911.
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MUDINCI SSCTION THIMTB
AND STOAM MtNACtt TWO
THIROS Of CITV.
mm. HospfTALs mm hut
, It Hampered Repair
0 Ceedtilt U Salon --.
UKATTIJC. Nov. 10. Another eiottn
I Inland from the Pacific Ocmn
today carrying great masses of mist
hu-ti alll be precipitated over Wwr
rn Washington tonight. The rainfall
May Hht anil the rl vr Ml
materially, but eeventyflve per rent
iif tha precipitation in WMirn
Washington la at nlghi and lha
Weather Bureau glvee no muHi to
believe that lha and of in flood ti
If Ibe rain should atop, lha rallraU
sou Id gel Ihalr track, clear and tblr
bridges repaired In two day.- Th
neda have all Ihalr trarkmeo at
i 1 1 W alaa HiklinkaU mil '
wurs w I 1 . . - ...... ......
srtrs. There ara no train between
HmIII and lielllnghatn. Wash., and
Vancouver, II. ii.
The Intel-urban to Everett la run
Int. but tha Beet lle-Tacoma Inter
srbaa aa cloaad down tolay t
ahouta. Tralna to Portland
through with llttla dalar and all Iba
tiraat Northarn. Northarn t'artnc and
Mllaaukaa iranactHttlnantal tralna
ara - rmitad b all t Vancouvar.
Waah . and tha Columbia Hlvar.
Haattla'a aratar famlna, at flrat a
aab)ari of aat. baa now bma alarm"
Idc All of BaaltWa principal raal
. nrrtlon la daprtvai of atar.
Tba arhoola ara rloaad and hoapltala,
partntant bounaa and faihtonabla
hwtala on lha bllla ara vltbout atar
tad ataara haal.
VSatar la bain a; baulad to Iba boula
and hoapltala In atraat dapartmant
ajona Priata houaaboMara can
obtaJn aatar br ol" W tha raaar
volra. ahlrh at III hold a faw daya'
upply for tha downtown dlalrlrL
Mayor IHIIInc baa rauaatad nanu
farturarii to dlarontlnu tha uaa of
Tba watar In tha rrror will
laat thraa daya and tha (Kjr Kntin
f promlaa that bafora lha ai pi ra
tion of that tlma tha lpllna from
Tadar Rlar will b rapalrad. Ord
ara aara (Iran today for tha taylni
ot plpa to ronnact tba old lka Waah
Initon pumping atatlon with tba lw
anrrlra malna. Thla plant haa not
ban uaid for yaara and la Inad
qiiata lo supply tba city, but will ba
of great alua In caaa of Bra In tha
VALUED AT $7,925
County Judga llaatla Wondiy ord
ard final aattlamant In lha aatata
of Molnt lptara. a plonaar of Stafford.
ho riiad about a yaar ao. Tha
rtUy and paraonalty wara valued at
I". :,',, whlrh aoa lo tha widow and
at her death la to ba divided equally
anionic tha four children. Mr. Peters
the owner of a larca ranch, and
an one of tha moat prominent men
In the county.
HEAR GYPSY SMITH
Four cars hava txan chartered to
Uke a delegation from thla city to
Cortland tomorrow avenlna; to hear
n)y Bmlth. tha famona evangelist.
Mmlrrs of tha flaptlat church ara
.Mpwled to fill two cars and Congre
xatlonnllsta and Methodists will oc
nipy the othara. Blue ribbon badges
bsve been provided tor Identification
the tabernacle. Two hundred and
1wt.nty five seata will ba reserved for
the Oregon City delegation, until 7
clock. Tha fara for tha rund trip
ba twenty flva cents. t
liAi-nt-ix ia Aiunillll
74; SENT TO ASYLUM
titme Alfred Edelman, who la
thought to hav lived In Milwaukee
rveral years aito, waa Monday ad
J'i'iged of unsound mind and sent to
tha asylum at Balem. Mr. Edelman
ws found wandering aimlessly about
tha streets, and when questioned by
rhlef of pollca Bhaw said ha was
looking for Edward Carter, a friend.
Ha was told that a man by that name
Hd In Gladstone, and ha said ha
otild go there, Ha told tha chief
' htar In tha day that ha had seen
tha Gladstone Carter, and ha was not
he mn ha waa aeeklng. Edelmsn
Hid ha waa aavanty-four yaara r
Ka. and that ha thought his mother
lived hara. When asked how old hit
niother waa ha replied aha waa forty.
Tha examining physician said that
the mans mind evidently had been
tacted for noma tlma.
DO YOU KNOW that the Enterprl--arend
Bargain Tarlod la now on T
See m nq back page tar parUeulsra.
THE POOR DESIGNER Of WOM
Tha Clarkamas School league has
adopted a rule that tha ora'lone here
after must be -written by the speak
ers The orations heretofore were
not original. Bludenta may pick from
lha following auhjecta: !y Prob
lem. Panama CanaC rnxectfw f
Wild IMrda. Conquest of Old Lands.
Forest lYeservallon. New View sf the
rartn. Our County (ravernmenl and
how It may ba Improved, Indsstrlal
Kducatlon. Training In Dosiestlc
Koonomy. Rural High Bchoola. Con
vlct l-Abor. Child Ulr. Parcel Ptmt
and Wbera Women Vote. The flrst
oratorical contest will be March IS.
The winner will ba awarded a band
SMITH LA CROY DIES
Smith Jl Croy. owner of a ranch
on the Bprlngwater road, near Red
land, tiled Tueaday In a Portland
Hospital from the efTorta of an op
eration for peritonitis. 1 Croy. who
lived alone on .the ranch, was strick
en last Thursday night, and managed
to reach a nelghtwr s home. He was
taken to the hospital Friday, and
It wna decided to operate upon him
at once. Ills condition grsdually be
came worse. The deceased was a
sou of a pioneer and was rcsred n
Viola, where his mother lives. II J
was thirty four yaara of age. The
funeral will be held In Portland.
COURSE IN BREEDING
ORRtiON - AG1UCU1.TVR AL COU
TbOB. CORVALLIS. NovQ.-TSi..
si -Tbose Interested In the breed
ing and raising of horses, pigs, dairy
canla. "beep and beef f'Jti?
given opportunity to get the rtt
"mount of icientlflo ln.t"jctlon n the
shortest possible time this winter in
the short course of the Oregon Agri
cultural College. Professor K. U loi
ter and hi. .."atant. JOW Jj
pnmson. hava rearranged the work
so that Instesd of separate courses In
bVedlng. feeding. Judging, and I ke
Ktlor"" eh Including Information
m o ll these animals, tha course on
Sor.es for In.tsnca. will contain lo
structlon in all the-, points. Th .
the man who Is a horse dealer will
Zt hava to alt through "J
ing with plK "'! hw"''. butTCv.n fl
exactly what ha wanta The cob
We farm droves and herds will be
T.ed for demonstration and Judging
during tha courses. -
HOLD ROAD MEETING TONIGHT.
A meeting of th. txpay.r , of th.
C.n.mah dl.trict will be f
evening to discus, a P'jy
Improving the road.. The K b
Capital Highway As.la l"n wHI
meet at the Commercial Club in mis
city, tomorrow. . r .. .
jJ TUB BO!. JAV$ i MoaT) f NOW THt iCOoc t HOWABour ACOMSMATIOn)
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SCHOOL ORATIONS TROOPS RUSHED
MUSTBE ORIGINAL JO TEXAS BORDER
PERPETRATED BY WAIT Ac DOUGALL
M5 FASHIONS IS MORE TO BE
PARTY OF. ALLEGED ReVOLU-
FEDERAL SOLDIERS READY 10 ACT
Orders Given To Selte Maaloana'
Arms Hostile Movement
Wilt Ba Downed By
Militia at Once.
Al'STIN. Tex., Not. 10. At the r
quest of the Sheriff of Cameron Coun
ty who reported It waa his Informa
tion thst a party of alleged revolu.
tlonlsta would attempt to croaa tha
border Into Mexico at Brownsville,
Governor Colquitt ordered out com
pany of 8tate Mllltla atatloned at
Brownsville, tonight to assist the
county authorities In enforcing the
A detachment of state rangers has
also been ordered to Brownsville.
A later dispatch from Brownsville
reported that te atata troope had
...nnnitea to tha call and were work-
I lug In conjunction with the county
Assistant Attorney-General Lane
ha Informed tne uovernor mni me
State Mllltla and rangers are vested
with ample authority under the laws,
of Texas to seise arms being acco
miilated In time of peace when clr
cumstancea Indicate threatening
movements against friendly powers
The movement of United States
troops to the Mexican border. In con
nection with a rising said to be Im
minent, has centered on Laredo be
cause that place Is reported to be the
mont Importsnt Just now aa an outlet
for aupplles and munitions of war.
TO OPEN TOMORROW
Tba Oregon City Hospital, formerly
the Carey Johnson borne, at Tenth
and Washington streets, will be op
ened to patient, and visitor, tomor
row. The building has been convert
ed Into a modern hospital and will
arcommodate twenty-five patlenU.
Mrs. R. B. Mlsny. Miss E. V. Park,
snd Miss 8. R. Bally, who will have
charge of the Institution, Jormerly
conducted the Wlldwood Hospital.
The old building being Inadequate for
tha number of applicants, It was de
cided to obtain another one. Mrs.
Mlsny and Mlsa Park, are graduate
nurses, snd will open a training
school tor nurses at the hospital De
cember 1. The new hospital haa all
the appointments of larger Instltu
tlons. An elevator has been Installed
and there are three large .sleeping
porches. There will be no house doc
tor and all phyalclana may hav. pa-
tlfrtiiB ...... ...
OREGON CITY HOSPITAL
PITIED THAN BLAMED I
OREGOIl CITY. BEATS
After aufferlng defeat at tha hands
of tba McLoughllng club team of
Portland for two successive years
Oregon City football team worked the
"come back" atunt Sunday, defeating
their old rlvala 3 to 0. Long s place
kick In the second period spelled
curtalna for the faat Roa City eleven.
Oregon City plajred a much better
game against McLoughlln than It did
with the Holladay club a week ago.
Oregon City's line waa stronger
than that of the McLonughlln boys,
the home team', backa having very
little trouble punching holes In their
opponent's line, but did not run their
Interference near aa well as Mc
Tba gam. waa a faat, anappy and
clear exhibition of football, but waa
somewhat marred by wrangling.
The whole Oregon, City team played
ateady, conalatent game and were
dangerous at all time.
Jonea, Kelley and Smith starred for
the visitors. Oregon City playa the
Mler ft Frank team next Sunday.
Oregon City. McLoughlln Club,
V. Montgomery Burns
W. Freeman Miller
L. O. '
C. Freeman Herchler (Mgr.)
Smith O. Hanlon
Carothers (Capt.) Reed
F. Freeman Johnson
Subs. Oregon City J. Montgomery,
8ubs, McLoughlln Club Kelley,
EXPERT TO DELIVER
LECTURE ON ROSES
, E. J. Ladd, ot Portland, ft rose ex
pert, haa been engaged by Mra.
Frank T. Barlow, of the Clackamas
County Rose Society, to give ft tslk
on the culture of rose. In this city
Saturday afternoon at S o'clock, at
the Commercial Club parlors. This
lecture will Interest many of the
trowers of roses, and will be largely
attended, as all are given a cordial
Invitation to attend.
tt Is the Intention of the Clackamas
County Rose Society to have a fine
ri-i'e show here next year, and
Mr. Ladd'. lecture will be of great
benefit. . .'.
GRAND JURY IN SESSION.
The Clackama. County Orand Jury
for the November term wa. convened
Monday. 8everaJ case, were Investi
gated, tut no Indictments will be re
turned befora tha middle of tha week.
HAS , PRO-
J ORAM FOR MEETING VIR
II SPlim TO MAKE ADDRESS
Chicago Operatle Company Will Ba
Musical Headllner Grand ;
Opera Stars Are
. H. E. Croaa, recently elected Secre
tary of th Willamette Valley Chau
tauqua Assembly, virtually bas com
pleted the program for the next meet
ing at Gladstone Park, which will be
held July to July 21. Inclusive. Mr.
Cross has arranged for twenty-tirea
of tba twenty-aU feature, of the
Aldred U Flude, general manager
of the Chautauqua Manager. Associa
tion, of Chlcaxc, assisted Mr. Croaa ia
outlining a nrogram Monday. The
best talent baa been enagged and It
la assured that the next Chautauqua
at Gladstone Park will be tba moat
aucceasful In tha history of the Aa
semhlv. Tha musical headllner will be the
Chlcaxo Operatic Company. Among
the artists will be John B. Miller, ao-
11st, of the Thomas Orchestra; Artn
nr Miller. ADollo Musical Society:
Rosa Nutiger Gannon. Apollo Musical
Society: Leohora Allen, Soprano and
Edgar Nelson, pianist and pipe or
ganist . Thla will be the foremost
musical attraction on the coast next
summer and fall, and aeveral of the
artists nave been members of grand
opera companies In New York and
Another attraction will be Byron.
TYonhKdnur.. we" known Spanlah
and Mexican attraction of the East
There are aeven - member, of thla
troupe and tha wallet, hava world
wide reputatlona. Tha Instrumental
player, also are artists of the highest
claa. The Cambridge playera, an
other attraction, have won tame
throughout the United Statea. They
give selection, trora Ar Trn u
It," -King Henry Finn.- -Taming oi
the Shrew." and aeveral other Snake
apearean playa. There are aeven
The platform work will be In charge
of S. Piatt Jonea, who nae maao a
anorialt of tha work. Among tne
aneakera selected are Dr. William
Spurgeon, the famoua London clergy
man: Hon. Frank P. Sadler, munici
pal Judge of Chicago; Loo J. bean
champ, the famoua humorist Clinton
T. Howard, temperance orator; Fred
Emerson Brooke, Western poet; Dr.
Len O. Broughton. noted Georgia
orearher, and probably John Mitchell
labor leader. '
A anecial chlldren'e attraction will
be McCormlck and Bronte. Bronte
la a dog that la more than trained,
and appeara to be educated. Mr.
Flude la authority for the atatement
that the dog I. ft better mathematic
ian than many high achool students.
One of the stunta 1. for the dor to
enter Into competition with .tudenta.
Mr. Flude aay a the animal alwaya
wine. Mr. McCormlck
warbltnga of blrda
and la a famous
student of nature.
Mr. Croaa, Secretary of tha Willa
mette Valley Chautauqua Assembly,
was recently elected president Of the
Coast Chautauqua, which comprises
the assemblies at Boise, LaGrande.
Gearhart, Gladstone Park. Albany,
Ashland, Pacific Grove and Eugene.
BUILDING OF ROADS
RICHMOND. Va.. Nov. 20. (Spec
lal). The first American Good Road
Congress opened here today without
Its most dstlngulsbed delegate
President Taft. The .President tele
graphed last night that the White
Moure physician forbade him to risk
the visit to Richmond because of tba
development of a cold which the
President contracted on the last day
of his Western trip. The message
said In part:
"I hare been looking forward to
taking part In the Good Roads Cou-
rre8 with a great deal of pleasure
because I am in sympathy with the
movement, which ia gaining strength
In every atate In the Nation, for the
construction of permanent good roads,
"The effect they will have In in
creasing the value of farms. In mak
ing the lives of farmara and their
famllie. much more full In comfort
and In the general benefit conferred
by greater ease of Intercommunion
tlon the country over, cannot be ex
ngperated. I wish I could be present
to utter my approval and encourage
ment." - .
The Secretary of Agriculture. James
Wilson, came, however, a. the Presi
The program for today, In addi
tion to an address by Secretary Wil
son, Included a welcome to the dele
t,atea br Governor Mann, of Virginia,
and addresses by Senator. Martin
and Swanson. Ixigan W. Page, direc
tor of the Good Road, office of the
Department of Agriculture, and presi
dent of the American Association for
Highway Improvement, Is also to
If you are not reading the Morning
Enterprise, why notT Year-end Bar
gMn Period 1. now on. See d on
JUDGE WALTER BOROWELL
Ha Is PreeleW at tfce Trial
ef MsNamare In Las Anfetea.
too. ay AOMfieaa Praae Aaaoctatla
MAY GO TO STATE
..Circuit Judge Campbell has made
a ruling that an order compelling
Effle B. Robinson, removed aa admin
istratrix of the estate of 1". A. Wil
liamson, to pay to the county 1541.30,
b Issued. The money, which waa
found upon the body of man,
thought to have been Williamson,
who she said - waa bar father, waa
tnrned over to her. The body waa
found near Oswego, and It la no
declared that the man waa not Wil
liamson, and hla Identity la not
known." Mre.' Robrnaoo- gave bond
when the money waa turned over to
ber. Unless she can ahow that the
deceased waa ber father the mopey
will go to the atate.
HIM TO SPEAK
at ami BAH
Mayor Rushlight, of Portland, will
be the principal apeaker at the Con
gregational Brotherhood banquet tnia
evening. The entertainment commit
tee, composed of Marshall Laxelle,
chairman : C. E. Noble and O. E. Fray
tag, called npon Mr. Rushlight In
Portland, and obtained ht promise
to attend the banquet' The meno
will be provided by the women of the
church. A committee appointed aev
eral week, ago by President Gary to
suggest means of Inaugurating a pur -
Ity campaign, la expected to make at
report. Patterson', orchestra will
furnish the music, and the banquet
nrnmiaes to hm the most successful
one ever gtven by me nroinernooa.
which waa organised three yeara
TO GIVE SILVER TEA.
A r'lver tea for tbo Congregational
church will be given at the home of
Mr. J. H. Walker. C03 8eventh
atreet. from 1 to 5 o'clock tomorrow
afternoon. A musical program will
be given and guessing gamea will be
played. All are wolcome.
Two Couples Get Licenses.
Marriage licenses have been Issuel
to Anna Mackey and Thomas Da;
and Mabel Marie Brown and Earl
The Monnng Enterprise has purchased from the . .;
fit:., n .,,'ifliTir.J m-fi,r Boir-
umuii viaiuc U'Ucn iufvici j. i j-jn.-vt;jLit;
Ford automobile to be given away as a premium in a
circulation contest to be
no ear manufactured that
larity, and last year the Ford factory sold one-fifth of
all the cars purchased in the United States. The car
is built for durability and
J Grant B. Dimick, AV. A. Iturrtley, J. B. Hedges, C.
Sehuel)ol, Captain J,. T. Apperson, VTM. Swift and.
X E. P. Elliott are some of
biles. There is value in a
Enterprise proposes to
more circulation and we
to help get it. Watch the Morning Enterprise for
future announcements. . The field is oten. Every-
body is going to have a
cnine. : ,
M. STODDARD WAITS WEEK Hi
RAILWAY STATION FOR SON
HC LEFT BEHIND.
Money And Ticket Sent Yottnf Man
Not Beoarvsd Oeta Poets 1
Ordar Jwat Befora Par.
1 - ant Flsid Him. - .
An aged man, gray and palsied, em-
braced a young man. athletic and ap
parently without ft care, on . Mala "
Street near Seventh Monday aftar
noon. The former said;
'My eon, ' I am glad to see yon; i
hava been waiting for yon , ft long
The father waa M. Stoddard, of
Chehalia. Waah., who for mora than ft
week had been waiting at .the, South
ern Pacific atatlon In thla city for hie
boy. The younger man waa Jon
Stoddard, twenty-two year, of ' ago.
whom hie parent had left on ft
pigeon ranch, near a email town In
California, about a month ago. , ."";'""
Mr. toddard, who la a contractor.
upon reaching CbehaUa, sent hi. eon "
money with which to go home. Ha,
however, did not get th money and
later the father sent him a ticket.
The ticket also miscarried and the '
son telegraphed hla - father a ,
would some -to - Oregon City. Mr. ,
Stoddard aent a money-order to hta
son here, and thlnalng It might not
reach him, decided to com hlmaatf.
He arrived last Tuesday evening, and
remained at tha railway etatloa alght
and day nntll he received word Mom
day that hla son had called at tha
poMofflce for th money order. The
he started tha successful search for
T wanted to ba aura that I found
him." aald Mr. Stoddard to a Morn
ing Enterprise reporter.. "So when I . .
learned he had not received tha ttekat
Lsent him I told my wife that I had
rtter come to Oregon City. I thoaght -
It beat that I remain at the ataooat
so u he came is oa iraia I wowe
be there to meet him. I told my .
wire o write -to m. care of the ata
tlon. I hava met every train ataee I
arrived." ' ,
The young man after getting the
money-order cashed went to a reataa
rsnt to get eomethtng to eat, and
waa or' hla way to the atatlon to board
a train for hla home when he aaet -Lis
Chlif of Police Shaw and Night .
Policemen Green. Cook and Frost,
sHed the aged man In searching for
hla con. " ' i
raiud coy o:i
NEW HAVEN. Conn.. Nor. JO.
(Special.) Walter J. Burns, Jr., f
Portland. Or, Tale freshman, and
son of Walter J. Burn a, resident part
n of Balfour-Guthrie A Company, la
a under arrest ehargea wun neing an.
'active participant In the Hyperion
Oie-a House riot Saturday night,
when tha sons of Old Ell wrecked the
! theatre'. Interior and put Mile. Gaby
"'s I ys and her company to flight
right Otner aie unaergrsauaiea are
un-"er arrest on the same charge.
Gbr Pea Lye, who la held partly .
responsible for the dumping off the
throne of Portugal of King Manuel,
fled from abeer fright, her famoua
rirU dangling In a casque at her
aide. Her company of chorus girl,
followed her. "
The row came with the defeat of
the Tale football eleven , by the
Prln'e'on tam. . The mob crowded
1 on the atage, battered at the act-
"e" dressing . rooms and in the
rudltortum tore ,up. aeata and other
furnishings. They were finally driven
from the opera house by a stream of
water from the fire hose. Several dis
missals probably will follow.
inauprurated soon. There is
exceeds the Forcf in xpu-
is a roadster par-excellence.
the users of Ford automo-
Ford car and the Morning
give one uway. We want
have spent $785 at one throw
chance to win this fine ma
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