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V()I IT-No. 120.
. ITAX PETITIONS
ATT0MNtV OEN1RAL SAYS COUN
TV AMENDMENTS BAR
SUPPLEMENTAL MIEHO BE FIELD
CrWor Confident H Mf round
Wy T 0'at U'Rn in
BALK.M. Or. Nor. ! That tb
p.Utl.m Ul Clackamas
count. U allowed to b Bled and
VUlrd '. Would hnV th Bert of
placing local and Pll lb
torn plan M coftalltulU.nal amnd
bmdii. and that tb county tat
.nntiimcDt paaaed by lb ppl at
a a .1 a . .
lb lt tanarai iwi"'" nan id hi
scope, meaning aiid Intent contain
plaid only senernl Ui laa aud but
local anil a.'lal tat la a to b en
Had Uf ItotLjeaptl'v couulln. It a
a angl " which Atlorney-lnraI
(Via fiCd . baa dUcuvr4 to that
a4mnL II will prepar a aup
pkmHiial brief to th ona prepared by
kit tuUtauta, which bo bllvt will
show beyond a shadow of doubt tb
futility of th plan promoted by W. 8.
I' llm and tbo tlntf Ultra.
Tba supplemental brief will bo baa
ad solely on tbo reading of tba am
admant Itself, owing to tba paucity
of authorities at to I ha principal point
Tba amendment, tb AttorneyOn.
ral ;. It within Itaelf all on
arotnnr and consequently lb nUr
lanor of It depends on tba wording
lo mak tb snlnc coinplet.
HRS. PATTERSON IS
FREED; WOMEN CHEER
DENVER. Not. J. Grtrud tJib
a Patterson, accused of th murder
of her huaband. Chart A. IhUlrraon.
ahom ah abot to daatb wbll tba
couple wrr walking together In a u
burb on September 15 laat. waa da
tUrrd but Riillty tolay by a Jury In
tba Dlntrirt Court.
Ttaa Jury waa mmpoaad entlraly of
n,rrl4 mon, ibalr at aarin Zl
Ai tba rlark flnlabad radln tba
vardlct Mrt. attraon aprang to hft
fat and raubt th outatratchad band
of bar attornay. . From otitald th
rourtntom' rtnii a great roar of
rhrara; Inald. th caawd waa quiet
U) YOU KNOW that th Knterprlaa
earid llartaln Period It, now on?
He ad on bark pag for partlrulart.
P00RTO HAVE CHICKEN
The Oregon Commlaalon Company.
Wadneaday. la compllano with It
announcement mad aeraral daya
ano. gtv. a chicken, on ck of
flour and on Back of notatoea to all
ramlllea In Oregon City that wr
ahnwn to b poor and lertn
More than fifteen famllle war given
lrovlliina for their Thankaglvlng
dinner by th company. Th provltlona
-r dellvre-wlthout charge by th
I'lonoer Vranafer Company. lr. A. L
leu!l. a memtwr of th firm, ac
companied tb delivery wagon and
that th deliveries wer mad to
the proper peraona. Th chicken
werH young and corn fad. On fam
ily that waa provided for live In
'rn In Kanaat City.
If Our Wi'.K Bt Yourt
W with 'that our friendly relation!
never ba broktrt that our cup of Joy
forever overflow with happ'neaa and
fty arotparlty never ct to twtrd
you liberally. -
Ltt ua thank you for your loyal
' r-d much appreciated pttronafl of
th pitt and tnd to you and your
our tlnor grtatlngt for a happy tnd
bountiful Thanktglvlng. '
Net Llk Othar.
6th and Main . ,
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PUBLIC ASKED TO
BIG ROAD MEETING
rniiMTV COURT1 TO EXPLAIN ITS 1
POLICY AND URGE SPEC-
NOTED MEK TO DELIVER ADDRESSES
Judo Btatl Say That General
Road Fund Hat Bean Over
taxed By Repeated
Arrangement! btv been completed
for the big road meeting to bo held
In thl city next Wcdnetday under
the auaplcoa of the County Court.
All rd tup-rvlora and other per
aona lnteratd In the Improvement
of th roadt ar lnvltHl to attend th
meeting tnd offer mggettlona.
Tho County Court and the aurvla
ort will bold' a thort meeting In the
county court room, beginning at
o'clock, after which an adjournment
will b taken to th Commercial Club
quarter where It la expected more
than 100 persona will be In atten
dance. Th meeting at th Commr.
clal Club will atart at 10 o'clock and
another will b held there In. the af
ternoon. County Judge BaaH. who will
aide at big road meeting.
a .W.ment will b mad by th
toot wno win - . ,
Mavor Iirownell, Jud Btle. H. B.
Mayor rowiir , d gup,r.
Croat tna rraui , .
intendent. The 'up"'"" Is0DW"
b. a.ked to Hlvt their )
I taxation for rood purposes win
be aoV.lonr.tl. Vh. County Courtha-
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WEEKLY ENTERPRISE ESTABLISHED 1566
OUEOON CITT, OREGON, THUUSDAY, NOVEMHEH 30, 1911.
PERPFTRATFn RY WAIT AcnnnaAi r . .
a NO PAPER TOMORROW.
Tber will be no Issue of th
Morning 1 fCnterpiia tomorrow,
a the nianagement having decided
that the employe are entitled
to the Thankaglrtng holiday.
Th paptr will be laaued 8atur-
day a uaual.
More than a acore of merchants
and manufacturera of Oregon City
met at the Commercial Club Wednes
day nlRht and organised a Terminal
Kate Association. Th association
lll endeavor to obtain terminal
transcontinental freight rates for
Oregon Clt. Hawley tiding and Pulp
siding, which will glv tb city th
same service and on tb same baala
as Portland. Tb following officers
wer elected to terv for tb ensuing
year and until their lucceasort ar
elected or appointed: D. T, McDaln,
president; L. Adams, vice-president;
W. A. Huntley, second vice-president.
E. Schwab, secretary and A. A. Price,
trensurer. Member oi in associa
tion have been In correspondence for
some time wnn rTanson iv. uuo, w
the Interatat Commerc Commlaalon
and a traffic attorney will probably
be employed at th next meeting.
Th members think they bav good
grounds on which to bas thtr
claims, and they will naeotra oetter
argument when the government com
pletes the dredging or trie uackaroas
.Rnplda, Magone a, Jenntngt and Mei
druni bart as promised by Represen
REV. FORD ACCEPTS
fl'ev. T. n. Ford, for four years pas
tor of the Sunnyslde Methodist
church, end later pastor or tn Mem
nrilHt cnurches at Pendleton and Hooo
River, has accepted th -pastorat of
the First Methodist Episcopal enure a
In this city to succeed Rev. BJ. F. Zim
Pr. Ford hud Tceived an mviia
tion from the official board of th
Heppner Mettiodisi rnurcn, hbriuh
that he take tho pastorat ot that
church, but he had already accepted
th position In this city.
For the last year Dr. Ford has been
holding evangelistic meetlnKS at K
tacada and other places. , Doth th
Pendleton and Hood River churches
InVlted him to return, but h says h
llktt tb climat her better.
' Hose Company' to Din.
Fountain Hos Company will bav
a Thanksgiving banquet thl evening
at the company headquartera.
If you are not reading th Mornlrig
EYterprls,. why notT Year-end Bar
gain 'Period It now on. -Se ad on
i-iaT av I
MINISTER DECLARES NOT ONLY
f HE BUT FAMILY HAVF
WEALTHY MEMBERS NOT AGAINST HIM
Clergyman Dtnlaa Tct H Tried To
Fore Janitor Out Church
Grow Du'.ng Hii
Th Morning EnterprV It In re
ceipt of th following letter from th
Rev. E. F. Zimmerman who resigned
the. pattorat of tb Oregon City
Mothodlat church at tb service Sun
day rooming '
I wat very much aurprlsed when I
opened your valuable paper on the
morning of November 28 to find my
name standing out prominently at the
bead ot an article. In which torn
alleged details of the trouble which
baa recently arisen In the Mthodlat
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N Bootlegger -
Depicting the government's
fight to abolish th Indian li
The Long Road f
An xtra good Biograph film.
BHI's Trribl Dream.
RAPiDS f.UST GO: .
CONORE8SMAN, AFTER INSPEC
TION,' SAYS GOVERNMENT
WILL IMPROVE RIVER..
VISITOR IS GUEST OF LIVE WuES
. .. .
Representative Meets Grand Army of
Republic Delegation And Dis
cusses Matter Relating to
Vtran of War. '
After twenty-four bours of prob
ably the busiest time he has bad In
bla 3,000 mile trip over bis district,
Congresman W. C Hawley departed
for Portland late Wedneaday after
noon to keep an engagement; and will
be t Salem Thursday to spend
Thanksaivlng with bla family. After
getting a close Insight Into the con
ditions and necessities at Oregon
City, Mr. Hawley expressed himself
as betas- confident of being abl to
aecur an appropriation for tb re
moval ot tb Clackamas Rapids, jut.
Hawley was entertained at luncheon
Wednesday by th IJve Wire of the
Commercial Club and waa elected an
honorary member of that organiza
tion.' Speeches wer mad by R.
A Hlllebrand. H. E. Croaa, J. E.
Hedge, C. H. Dy and Mr. Hawley.
Wedneaday morning Mr. Hawley,
along with a 'delegation of fifteen
business men, waa taken on tb
steamer Lang down the river. The
bot went over the Clackamas Rapids
and the Congressman waa given an
opprtunity to view tb obstacles to
navigation at -Wagone's, Meldunn and
Jennings. After - going down the
river aa far aa Elk Rock, tb steamer
returned to Oregon City.
. Following the Live Wire luncheon.
Congressman Hawley met with a del
egation from the Grand Army of
Republic, and they dlacussed legisla
tive matt era relating to the veterans
of th Civil Wai.
MRS. CHRISTINA HEISE
: DIES OF PARALYSIS
Mrs. Christina Helse died Wednea
day at the home ot her daughter,
Mrs. W. R- Daunt, of Gladstone,
where she had made her bom fotsa
number of years. She waa eighty
fttften yrs of age. Mrs. Helse suf
fered a paralytic stroke two years
sgo and another one April 22 ot this
ear. ., Mrs. Helse cam to Oregon
from Kansas, January 15. 1907, with
her daughter and family, Mra. W. R.
Daunt, 'and baa raided In Gladstone
She leaves the following children;
Mrs. William Etters, ot Parkplace;
Mrs. Willlsra Cantwell, of Can by;
MMrs. W. R. Daun. of Gladstone, two
sons in Kansas, Isaac . and David
Heine, two daughters and one eon
living in Pennsylvania, and flv grand
children, Mr. Maggt Cross, Mra.
Mable- Lam bart, Mrs. Clara Ccobs,
Orval Daun and. John Daunt, and two
great grand-daughters Misses Bertha
and Ella Croat. .
The funeral will be held at I
o'clock tomorrow morning at v th
Christian church, Gladstone. Rev. A.
H. Mulkey, officiating. , The burial
will be In the Mountain tVlew Ceme
tery. COLLEGE HAN WRITES
RANDALL FOR WIFE
Postmaster Randall, who recently
I was asked by a New York girl to
'find ner a 'husband, has received -a
, post card containing the following:
. "Mr. Randall: I was reading the
' pxpers today, and saw what you did
I for Miss Mrgaret Britt. of New York
City. Now, 1 am In the tame fix, only
I want a nice young lady of about
! eighteen years of age. I am a cadet
1 at W'enlworth, belong to a Frat, and
If any young lady wants to see bow
j I look, let her write. I am .
i "B. E. VANS.
"Lexington. Mo., Care W. M. A."
M13S Britt, whom the young man
mentions, wrote to Postmaster Ran
i dall several weeka ago. stating that
I she wnuhed to come West and she
.would like to have some young man
, correspond with her. She is known
;to.hv received alxty-nln - letters
from young men in this city ma
MRS. PETEflS ENTERTAINS.
Young Matron Is Given Kitchen Arti
cles by Guests.
. Mrs. William Peters entertained a
few of ber frlenda at ber bora on
Eleventh and Jefferson atreeta, which
she and her husband recently pur
chased, Tuesday evening, the evening
being spent in vocal and Instrumental
music, fortune telling and games. R
freshmenta wer served. On of the
features was th surprise tendered
Mrs. Petert by her guests, presenting
her many useful kitchen articles.
present were Mist Ona Renner.
Mlsa Cis Barclay Pratt. Mlsa Maud
Moran, Mlsa Edith Jackson, Miss
Utha Jackson, Miss Myrtle Cross
and Miss Clara Mitchell.
If you ar not reading th Morning
Enterprise, Why notT Year-end Bar
gain Period" la now on. See ad on
back page.' ' '.
BEAM QUITS III
CANDIDATE. . IN WITHDRAWING.
MAKES STATEMENT AGAINST '
' ' DIMICK. '
FEEDS SAY HE COULD HAVE WON
Rac Promts To B Moat Exciting
Evr Hld In City- Forvnr
Mayor Confidant Of
Dr. A. L. Beatle Wednesday with
drew from the race for Mayor ot
Oregon City In th Interest of Wll
Ham Andresen, who It opposed by
Grant B Dimlck, former mayor. In
announcing bit withdrawal Dr. Beatle
gat out th following statement:
I bav withdrawn from tb race
because I believed my staying In
might have led to tb election of a
man who has not tb Interest of tb
city at heart. I deslr to tbank my
friends for their earnest support, and
would appreciate It, and consider It
a favor to m If they would vol tor
Mr. Andresen for Mayor." i
Although friends of Dr. Bea-
Jle - assert that be would bav
mad: a stronger race than Mr.
Jlr4resen,t they say Mr. - Andresen
will beat Judge Dimlck. That : the
rac will b th moat exciting ever
held In this city is assured, and
friends of Judge Dimlck say he will
win easily. Mr.Andresen is presi
dent JLlb City Council and bas been
a member of that organization for
six year. He waa the first to an
nounce for the office, doing; to after
a petition signed by 400 voters bad
been presented to him. Friends of
Mr. Andresen) are confident bo will
win. ' -
Judge Dimlck la reported, aa hav
ing sal 1 h would be elected by a
large majority. . - .,
Dr. Bealie said -Wednesday night
that when ba inajte thj? announce meal
to the Morning Enterprise Tuesday
that he was In the race to stay, h
fully Intended to fight to tb finish,
but friend Wednesdsy decided eith
er be or Mr. Andresen would bar
to withdraw in order to beat Judge
Dimlck, and b thought b should
withdraw In favor oi Mr. Andresen,
the first man to announce.
CHURCHES TO HAVE
All tb Oregon City City churches
have arranged special Thanksgiving
services. The Methodist, Congrega
tional, , Baptist and . Presbyterian
churches will have union services at
the Baptist church at 10:30 -o'clock
thla morning. Rev. J. R. 1 An da bor
ough will deliver an address on
"Reasons for Thanksgiving." Rev. C
W. Robinson, rector of St Paul's
Episcopal church, will deliver a lec
ture at that church at' 10:30 o'clock
In the morning on "Spiritual Thanks
giving." The morning prayer will b
at 7:30 o'clock. .
Thanksgiving exercises wer held
In all the grade schools of th city
Wednesday, and many contributions
were received from th pupils.
If you are not reading th Morning
Enterprise, why not? Year-end Bar
gain Period Is now -on. See ad on
Made of heavy Grey
and brown Suitings, with
large fancy collars and
Cuffs and closed with
attractive buttons. Also
various styles in differ
ent clothes and colors at
the same low price.
Oregon City's Big D?t Stor
TM tnty " M
Mt prtln1 awl 1.1 k i '
lt In vry ssittm a t .
km CMnty, tsCft a nlcV-a f I O
M.MO. AriiiM atfvcrVlt
Pb Wcx, 10 Cwrti
FORMER MAYOR, IN POOR HEALTH -
FOR MONTHS, SUCCUMBS -f
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uinr minmp .v -. . r , r H
rinvs. liuuuru vi isusra iwn
niir rairs ix hi inn . fi '
Funeral To B Conducted By Elk
' And Mason Friday Aftn. ' fj
noon Body Lie In ' " . K'
' Stat Today. ', i'
Dr. Walter E. Carll, on, of . tb
leading physlciana of Oregon, whoa
horn baa been in this city for many
years, died Wednesday morning, after
an Illness of several months of a com
plication of diseases. Dr. CarU's
deatb was a surprise to many of bla
friends In this city, although his con
dition bat been' serious for several
days.' He was well known through
out the county, and waa on 'of Ore
gon City's big-hearted citizens. Many
of the poor of this city hav been
assisted by him. Dr. Carll waa mayor
of Oregon City thre years. He waa
also a member of tb Oregon City
Board of School Directors, member
of the State Board of Health, an4
ex-president of tb State Medical Aa
sociatlon. He was the first xaltd
ruler of Oregon City Lodge of Etta,
and waa a member of the Masonic
Order, and of the Sons of Revolutloaw-
Dr. Carll waa born in Chlcope.
Mass., October 2C 1858. He waa a
son of Mr. and Mrs. Jason L CarfL
Ilia grandfather. Beth Carll and on
of bla uncles, were editors of th Boa
ton Bee. .
... ? -;y
Dr. Walter E. Carll. noted Oregon
. City physician, who died Wedn-
' Dr. Carll attended the public
schools of his nativ city, and latr
attended Harvard - college, wher h
took a special medical course, and at
which institution h was graduated in
1885. He apent a year traveling, vla
Itlng Africa and other countries, and
came to Oregon In 1886, locating In
Portland, wher he lived two yeara,
and waa a member of th medical
faculty ot th State Unlveralty. H
he soon obtained a large practice. He
became associated, aom time ago,
with Dr. C. H. Melssner. Dr. Carll
wat formerly a member of tbo State
Board of Charities, and his philan
thropic work while a resident of thla
city will long be remembered. '
In politics Dr. Carll was a Demo
crat as expounded by Andrew Jack
son. His father was a Republican,
but the doctor's first vote was cast
for Democratic candidates when the
party waa greatly In th minority In
(Continued on pag 4.)