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I WKATHIR INDICATION!.
I Oroo City Wednesday, In-
Oregon Wednesday, fair east,
VOL. II-No. 128.
IS CALLED BRIBER
$MW TAKIN FBOM TAllIM AN
(AID TO Bt MBIT f AVMINT
PON ADVlMI VtBOICT. "
EX DEPUTY 44ASSHAU IS ARRESTED
District Attorney Desk Hacked
High With Hit tald T
Have Been Intended i
IXirt AOKUC. No. M.-The
tmirrli of euapete4 brUwry es trail
f4 today ecroe he ,rl' ' Jeniee
B. M-Samara (or the ellfged inurder
of Charles J. Hagerty, a victim of the
I Anl" TIm aUaetrr. '
A plreed proawjutWm and a dutnu-
futindt-d dfOM (UOlt UM-k nmlgbi ol
lb day's work of fUronal L. Browne,
thlff Inveailgator of the slate, who
srraated three OUU and Stacked Iba
ink of Irtetrtct Attorney rredarirks
hlcb l'b yellcnr HI la taken from
tbalr porkete In Frederick s presoure.
urt K. Franklin, an el Deputy
t'nltea Htatae Marshal, now employed
by (ba defense aa an Investigator, re
Imuk) Isle today on $10,000 rash ball,
la to appear In court tomorrow to an
swer to charges of bribery and at
tempted brlbrr sworn to against blm
by Hrowna. while Oeorge N. Loch
mood, an unautnmnnxl venireman.
C. K. "Cap" Wbllo. an alleged
rakahddr, both arrasiad. ar at lib
arty, and, ecrwrdng to lrtirlct Attor
ney Fredericks, will appear aa wit
aasae against Franklin.
Five hundred dollar, takan from
Uws woods pocket, la darlarad by
iba proavcntlon to have been tha
Bnt payment of a aum which ha wa
to have r -reived If bo would prevent
an adveree verdict In tba MrNan.ars
rase, and H.aOO fouad on Wbllo waa
sWIared to bo tba ramalndar to bo
paid when Iho Jury were dlarbargrd.
" RATI MttTINO TONIOMT.
Tba merchant and manufacturers
of tbla city will mvat tonight at tba
Commercial lub. to dlaruaa tarmlnal
niM for Oregon CUT. Ilawlry aiding
and pulp aiding, and orgaalto aa aa
aviation to flgbt fr lower rates. Alt
aiarrhanta and manufacturers aro
raauMtad to bo present at T'.JO
SINGLE TAX CASE IS
10 BE DECIDED SOON
fULKM, Or, No. 18 Brief for
lha atato In tha Clackamas county
Ingtaiai ra were tiled wttb tba
Supremo Court today, and It la prot
abla that tho raao will bo arguad and
drled hoforo January 1.
In thla eaao potltlona warn clrcu
laiad under tbo county Ui amand
mant. arklng for tbo atngbt ti In
Clarkamaa county. Batratary Olcott.
by adrlra of lha Attornay-Oanaral. ra-
funcd to fllff tha patltloni. and w . h
U Ran. acting for O. A. Schuebal,
tarted mandamua procoadlnga before
tba Hupramo Court, taking original
lurladlctlon undar tho naw Judiciary
amandtneDt, In an effort to compel tba
Secretary, of atato to Bla tbo Pl
ELKS MEMORIAL TO
Tha annual Memorial aarvlcaa of
Oreion City Nidgo, No. 1189. Hnyo
lent iiiH liw.ti l rkrHv of Rika.
Ill ha hrld nait Sunday aftarnon a
i 3 o rlork In tho Flrat Congragauon-
i chnr?h. Tha public la lnlial to ai
tend lhl MrvlM
Thn Klka will mact It their 1H
nxi r rirtny avenlng and win prooanu
Wke Kim. artlnn rslatlva to tha ar0-
tln u tn Elka' Homo on tba lot ra-
fantly mirchaaad from Mra. oacar
Fortbrn on: Water atraot, near Blxtb
i Ql Vk B- Your.
oir frlandly ralatlont
U VtrtSriw-that our eup of Joy
rlty novar oa to award
I "r-.! re wour loyal
'lato patronaga of
Mkl to you ano your,
ga for a happy and
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MUNUAT. , r-
M MI33 rw ' vilo6T 1 . ' . ,
PASTOR URGED TO
STAY WITH CHURCH
RCV. ZIMMERMAN FRIENDS BAY
"THEY WILL TRY TO GET
BOARD LAUDS WORK DONE BY HIM
Randall Declarai ti Par Cant Of
Mmbara Want Mlnlater To
Remain And Favor Raia
ii. ir r 7lmmerman. who raslxn-
ad tha paatorata or tha Methodlat
church 8unday, declaring that bU
aalary of 11,000 a year waa Inaufflc
lent for blm and hla family to llva
on. la balng tirged by nurm-roua
frlenda in tbo congre.ation to recon-
alder hla act
.! .... Mininv in rive 171 a year
inyalf toward . Increasing Mr. 7Am-
marman'a aalary." ania uorga
dall. ono of tbo wealthiest and moat
Influential memlx'ra of tho church.
Tuesday. ' I am convinced that
per cent of tha membero want mm
back. He la the btt Methodlat
preacher Oregon City ever had. More
enlliH-tcd lt year by tha
church than over before. Tho atten
dances oil Sunday and at prayer
meeting have beon the largent In
tha history of tho chur. h. Tho same
la true of tha 8undy school. Tbo
statement of tha opposition Is an In
sult to tho church at lrgn.
merman baa aald be would stay If
hi salary waa raised to $1,200. Two
men who signed tho potltlon to the
Balem Conference asking that Mr
Zimmerman bo removed told ma they
did It under a misapprehension, tnat
thay ware aorry for having done t.
ind W"t Mr. Zimmerman to remain
pastor of tho church."
Tho following resolutlona were
adopted at a meeting of tho official
board Tuesday night:
Wl I Elt EAS, Rot. K. F. Zimmerman
naitor of the Methodist Episcopal
Soreh of O-gon City ha. dec M
to leave the pastorate of, tha same.
"VOLn. That we. the ,
hers of the official board of the
Metholal Episcopal church m Of
go.. City hereby express our alncare
,,,d heartfelt appreciation of hta to
tH.rs while pastor bare. Much of It
will last throughout t"lty.
. Wo regret reasons have arisen
which make It necessary tm him to
Hickman. H. C. Tosler.
I no YOt! KNOW that the Enterprise
yaarr n. I Uargaln Terlod la now on?
llJh on back page for particulars.
WEEKLY ENTERPRISE ESTA6LIMIED. I 5 60
OUEOON CITY, 0UK0ON. WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 20, 1911.,
PERPETRATED BY WALT MP DQUCA LL
ADMITTED THAT CINKHAS
LIEUT, T. DE W. MILLING.
Member of tha AereaUne Ceroa
at tha United Stataa Army.
Photo by American frm Auoclatloa
MAJOR M1ND0E TO
REPORT OK LOCKS
Major Mclndoe. Corps of Engineers.
It. g. A., Is preparing a report to be
forwarded this week to the War De-
patment concerning the progresa of
negotiations for right- oray on the
east bank of the Willamette River at
the fall Aa prices asked for prop
erty on the two routea selected are
regnrded exobltant, It Is doubtful If
the department 111 recommend furth-'
er negotiations, but Major Mclndoe
will not say what recommendations he
The new figure on the old locks,
on the west bank, which are owned by
the Portland Railway, Light ft Power
Company, of $150,000, will probably
be 'mentioned In the report The
previous price for the old locks, which
was made about a year ago, waa I0OO.
000. plus half tho cost of a dividing
concrete wall to separate tho prop
erty from the corporation's holdings,
estimated at $150.000. . and half of
$25,000 aa the estimated cost of mov
Ing the plant of the Willamette Pulp
ft Paper Company across tne river, In
all $G87,500. In 1899 the company of
fered the canal and locks for $ 1.200..
000. Even In the face of the reduc
tion It remains for the War Depart
ment to decide whether $450,000 Is
If you are not reading the Morning
Enterprise, why.nott Year-end Bar
gain Period la now ou. See ad on
back page ,. -, .'. .
( ' t H-T" ; " V. ajsaf"
MISS HAIiinil A1JD
1. SPRINGER VED
beautifjjl ceremony is per
formed at st. john's
WEDDING BREAKFAST IS SERVED
Br'degroom Formerly In Business In
Oregon City Young Cou
pie To Live In
One of the prettiest c.hurch wed
dings of the season was solemnized
at St. John's Catholic church Tuesday
morning at 10:30 o'clock, when Miss
Nora Cecelia Hantfln daughter of, Mr.
and Mra. Herbert Hanlfln. of this
city, was married to Charles Rafael
Springer, eon of Mr. and Mra. Henry
Springer, of 181 Grand avenue. Tort
land. To the atralna of Lohengrln'a wed
ding march the toridal party entered
the church, the bride leaning on the
(Continued on page 3.)
Mother Is Strong on
' 1 Every lOo ticket bought
between 7 and 8 o'clock to
night will Wntltle holder to
a chanfa on a nice big 15
pound turkey. -
Drawing " at 8 ' o'clock
early if you feel lucky,
o'clock. 8o be sure to come
early If you fe'l lucky.
THREAT MADE TO
MANAGER OP HAWLEY COMPANY
RECEIVES LETTER FROM
WORKS BET.G CLOSELY GUARDED
Sheriff and Police Probe Clews With
out Succeee Postal Author I.
- ties Try; to Trace
Tbo police and postal authorities
are .aeacrblng for tbo writer of 8
threatening letter which was mailed
several days ago to Theodore Osmund,
meAager of tbo Hawley Pulp ft Paper
Company. Tbo writer threatened to
blow op the paper mill with dynamite
If tbe company did not change IU
policy of rafualng to employ U reeks
and Italians In tbo mill. Postmaster
Randall, who baa tbo letter refuaea
to make It public, but, according to a
man who saw it. It Is about a fol
"beodore Oemund. Manager M11L
"Dear Sir: You employ Pollacks,
Dutch. Irish and others. Maybe you
employ Greeks; maybe you employ
Italians and maybe your mill get
Mr. Osmund, upon, receipt of the
letter, notified Sheriff Masa and Chief
of Police Shaw, who with Postmaater
Randall, are trying to trace tbe source
of tbe letter. It la believed that the
letter was a collaboration, and iat
the authors thought tbo threat would
cause tbo company to change Its
policy and employ membera of all
nationalities. . Tbe managers of tbe
other milla here make no discrimin
ation In the employment of workmen,
and tho Greeka and Italiana feel that
the Hawley Pulp A Paper Mill by do
ing so la working a hardship on them.
There are many Americans seeking
work here almost all the time, and
the company thlnka they ahould be
given the preference over foreigners.
Chief of Police 8haw said Tuesday
he had Investigated ' several clews,
and believed the police eventually
would learn who wrote tho letter. He
la convinced that the men are not
blaekbanders. and .does, not fear that
any attempt will be made to put the
threat into execution. However, tbe
mill will be carefully guarded and all
ausplcloua persons questioned.
COUPLE MARRY ill
i Miss Dollie Bowman and Clay Hun
gate, of Molalla. were married at the
home vl William Smith, on John Q.
dams street between Seventh and
Eighth streets, Tuesday evening.
County Judge Beetle offlclatlnrj
Among those In attendance were the
parents of the bridegroom, Mr. and
Mra. Major Hungate, Mr. and Mrs.
William Smith and children and S. A.
D. Hungate and family. Mra. Smith,
who Is an annt of the bridegroom,
served a delightful luncheon aiicr the
ceremony. Mr. and Mra. Hungate are
well known throughout the county.
18: FREYTAG DIES
AFTER LONG ILLNESS
Mrs. O. E. Freytag, wife of the
Mayor of Gladstone, and one of the
best known men In this county,
died at 8:30 o'clock Tuesday eight
at her home In Gladstone. Mrs. Frey
tag had been 111 for more Can a
jar, and announcement was made
several weeks ago that she could not
recover.- She underwent an opera
tion In Portland, but waa only tem
porarily benefitted. Mrs.' Freytag. be
fore her marriage, was Miss Km ma
Ulnearjon, being a daughter of Peter
H I near son, a prominent pioneer. She
was born on the Rlnearson donation
claim at Gladstone forty-four years
ago and she and Mr. Freytag were
married twenty years ago. 8he is
survived by two sons. Clayton, twen
ty years of age, and Orvan, seventeen
ears of age. She la also survived by
I four brothers, George. Dnlel. Ed
ward and Jacob. The funeral arrange
ments will be made today. The aer
vtces will be held In the Congrega
tional church and the Interment will
I be In Mountain View Cemetery.,
SPECIAL TAX FAVORED
EOR BUILDING ROADS
At an Important meeting of the
East S'de Capital Highway Associa
tion at Jennings Lodge Tuesday eve
ning, sentiment was almost unanim
ous for levying a special tax for Im
proving the roada. The meeting was
held In the schoolhonse and more
than seventy live persons were pres
ent. James Kertchem presided and
addresses were made by Grant B.
nimlcK; Charles Rlaley. John Rlsley,
C. P. Morse and several others. Judge
'Xlmlck confined his remarks to taxa
thin and said that money should be
raised through special assessment
for roa-1 purposes. The next meeting
of the association will be held Wed
nesday night at Gladstone.
111 III RACE TO
MAYORALTY CANDIDATE PUTS
END TO STORY THAT HE
IS TO WITHDRAW.
B3G SURPRISE IS EXPECTED TODAY
Andresen Making "Qumehoe 'Cam
paign And Dfmlck'e Friends
Are at Work 4 Offer
:; , WILLIAM ANDRESEN
ALFRED L. BEATIB '
GRANT B. DIM1CK
M. D. LATO U RETT E
Councilman Ward 1
MERRILL. P. PHILLIPS
Councilman Ward 2
FRED J. TOOZE,
Councilman Ward 3
ERNEST P. ELLIOTT
,- . e)
. All sorts of rumors anent the ap
proaching city election were flying
about the streets Tueeday, , carrying
the story that Dr. A. A. Beatie- had
concluded to withdraw from tho race
for Mayor. Late Tuesday night Dr.
BeaMe requested that the public, be
informed tnat he had not withdrawn
and that he had 'no Intention of with
drawing. Thla leaves the Mayoralty
situation Just where It was before the
report became current.
There la a well defined rumor how
ever, that something will bo sprung
today In the nature of a political aur-
prtae. Whatever thla may be, It la
being kept well under cover, but it la
aald to bear directly upon the fight
for Mayor. There Is a. tenae feeling
that may be relieved by some startllBg
developments late today.
In the present campaign for Mayor
there haa been a strong undercurrent
and there Is still a smouldering flame
that mr.Jei burst into blaxev-With
only five daya left -before the polls
.... (Continued on Page 3.) .
COMMUNITY W&. Pon't Fil toTtOl
i'"''fr. - ajtj-Sy 'is wn
that you wool J appreciate table ail var for a fift, SWw
erticcment, ao La will know the I tint. Coansatk- ' '
auty SilVer coats bo more than ordinary aundV. '
w. carry a full asaortsRSnt.
BURMEISTER & ANDRESEN
Suspension BHdge Corner.
Thanksgiving Suit Sale!
Men's Dress Suits, and
overcoats in the latest of
style at Thanksgiving prices.
Good Suits, or overcoats
Better Suits, or Overcoats
Best Suits, or Overcoats
$20 to $30
Oregon Clty'a Big Dep't 8tore
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frwMft) o4Mo9-tkraf t
latoo ta vnr iV 4 -
ataa CowAh wUl It; -
aoOo. Ay ff m -nr.
Pn Wrac, 10 Cterb
CONGRESSMAN WILL . USE CT'
" FORTS TO OBTAIN LOCKS
AND PUBLIC BUILDINO.
'Oregon City la Bueleot Spot In Wjr',;
' Whole District,'' Declares ,
Vlaltor At 'Big ' , '- f 'V
' ' :;
POINTS FROM HAWLEY. ' :
Uncle 8am is tho meanest rent o ;
payer on earth. ,
Tbo most common things In ,v
Washington axe greatness a4 .
I am going to get yon public a ;
building just as soon as I can. ,."'
4 Oregon City Is tho busiest spot ,
4 In my whole district so far a 4
valuea ' In manufacturing- enter ?
prises are concerned. " T " -
It Is not capital alone that ',
makes a country. Tho first thing e -
to make a country is Its people. ,:
After a man has boon on a ,
homestead sis months, ho anna-si .
not be dispossessed except by due :' :
-ft- process of law in the courts of V
the, United States. . ' )
Congressman Hawley waa greotoi - ' ,
Tuesday night by a largo and smtta.
lastlc tody of men In tho rooms of .,
the Commercial Club, and after hateav
Ing to bright and entertaining- talks ...j
on the needa of tho city, he made aa - ;
exceedingly neat apeeck; replete with
epigrammatic utterances. Ho waa lav I
trod need by J. E. Hodges, president of v ;
the Commerrtal Club, who first pro- t. ,
sented several of Oregon City good J
' B. T. McBaln was assigned the
topic of -Bars' and he talked Interest- ;
Ingly of the obstacle to narlgatloo
In the "WlllametU River below Ore- '
Magone's, Meld rum and Jennings . .
Lodge. "Theeo bars," said Mr. Mk ; v
Bala, "prevent boats from going down -( V
to Portland with full loads, and an. '
vera Haae-ween made to giro mm OK ;-'"t.
open river to the metropolis. With ' 'yt
(Continued on page two.)
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