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WEEKLY ENTERPRISE ESTABLISHED 1566
VOU II-No. 135,
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OREGON CITY, OREGON, 8ATUHDAY, DECKMUKK 9, 1911.
RECALL HELD TO
ATTONEYENtRAL RULES THAT
AMENDMENT NOT SELF-EXECUTING.
ERE UCISUIM IS KtCtSSARY
. ...I,,. Oololon tuaat.U Thai
Petitions In Lincoln County
Not Bo F'
gAlJCM. ! Thai tbo recall
iBV,t,dmrnl lo the Oregon eonatlluHon
niratV. and -ttM
(, u not sWeaeniOi.U Ihe Enat
oplplun of Attorney o.rel Ciaeford.
k.mlad down today for II II. Ho.rU.
rouaty CWk. of IJooola county, who
. ......... il..n .n lha nolttl baw
fqurll miu -
B(M uf a mui ob fool In l Ut eoun
iu circulate recall petitions ..-In.!
th. Fouuty Judge n1 " wf U"
irnco b-lore Ibis point bad beos
-mmhI on by lb. office of tbo Aiu.r
when, su eaalaiani offered
,n oplulow thai Ibo amendment
a,tfi-cuUug. Utr an opinion was
....dad doen lor tbo District Atturn.y
ol (Ms district, which held that school
Jtrwiuroi were not subject to tbo re
call, largely along Ibo eauie Unas In
eufporet-d In tbo present opinion.
The opinion. of today. huwevor. la
aeplu In Ho noiuro nod det lar.
that ibo recall provision U not U
lerutlng nod thai furtbor legislative
tnsrtmmt lo required before tbo re
called amndmt.ut will become effec
tive. fiidT ibo opinion tbo AttorneyJn
ml dlo that tbo rcall pot"m
U imh IM bjr tbo County Clerk and
ihlt olll bring tbo mat lor U an Uuo
iBd ovontually will turnUb an oioor
' tunny for tbo Bupromo Court finally to
pat on tbo point
UIK SVnPF S&YS
HYDE POISONED HER
KANSAS CITY. .!. .. Now- tho
ad of tbo Jay tbo toollmony m i
trial of Dr. lL Clark Hrdo. charid
f.h murdorlnf CoIimioI Tbomaa II.
gwoiw. tho Into mllllonalroa nlo.
MIm Marcarot Bwopo. today told tho
Jury nor dramatlo aiory.
Hft narratWo.waa a rolow or tho
k'lig al-o of IIHooa In tho 8opo
houio, Uh a-clBl omphaal laid on
ki-r tratmon'. by Ir. Ilydo.
Tbo atalo ronlondo thai mo puj
Iclao Injoptod Into hr arm a quantity
of grmt. Dr. Ilydo malntalna ho gao
tbo girl nothing moro harmful '.han
an injociliin of campboralod oil to
llmulalo hor pttlaa.
MIm 8powo toatlfiod that although
ho baa baj tho rm troalod by a
oral phyalclana. It ailll palni bar. Tho
lnm-tlon aa gUn )--omlot SI. 1909
OTHERS TO BE HELD
ON DYNAMITE CHARGE
PERPETRATED BY WALT Ac DOUGA LL :
S i mi. 1.
ItJEXr CIlAUlAUQIIAiBffS WHllf Wl WAt
jiiuii wimvmvci umC Tft PCC MATU
f in. " I I ., S s! fpy take oo bZtjT)
WILL srr RECORD
X-SeCRETARY GARY DECLARES
PROGRAM IS BEST EVER
ROSS PRAISED FOR SLUCTWJIS
Chicago Oporatlc Company to Called
Btat Attraction In Circuit
Aro Lauded. -
fC:iD'-CiP5ufE A SWtgTREVVARO TOB DEAR UTTLE BOQBT
TO DISCUSS ROAUS.
Snd Vie Pridnt of
Amarican Mining Congraaa.
CIIICAQO. I)nc. I. Raymoud Ilurna.
manager of W. J. Durna' dtoctlo
agf.ncT In Chicago, nalrt today that
Trank Rrkboff. of Cincinnati, who wm
oxpwtod to bo tho atar wltnoaa In tho
MoNamara caao, would bo oitrmlr
ii, .A it,. i-.iirl nrand Jury
anil that hi. taatltnnnv would roal
tha "hlghor upa" In tho dynamttlin
A a roault of hit arrt tho apP-
hxnalon of othor mn l 0IP:
BiMin irkhnn1 i tno go-hntweon
aitln rl -A noaaaa frOIA tbO M0
Namara and tholr omnloyara whon
yon tho mall and telegraph wor
eon.lderod unaafo. Burna ''ta
wany facta hot bttherto mado puhlio
nd othera that at no timo havo bon
more than nnyorlflod rumoro.
ORGANIZE CAMP TONIGHT.
A ramn rl flnna nf Veterana will bo
.k. Wlltamatte hall tO-
HKht. by State Organlior Huntington
Th.n.0 ho hao algnlflod their Inten
tlnn nf hnonminc momlira are
0Hir n nmnll. S. P. Sortpturo
Ctarlea llnhhla rxon Hayford. H O
Paddock, rnrtia n. Mlllr. Dronton
Vedder, Ooorgo W. H. Mlllr. A. B
rtiirkl.. n ti nlmlnk P.. TV Rolllnaon,
- v.. i.. ........
Jcuonh K..l- BV.nlr V I"WllV. A- L
Wlliinma, D C. Wllllama. Ooorgo Hat
''rf, Hamuel natdorf. Kdmond DM
"rf. J. , a. Tufta, T. J- Mayor. W. H
Hohhlo.' William Johnatnn. Oeorgo M
Clvdo k ii rvmur W. E. Griffith
0. R rir'imth rharloa A. F. Prloaler
nd Conrad Prloa'.or.
. . . . i.t tii...
At tha meellng or tno v.apnai i.a-
ay Aaorl""n ln 0,hU,d" Wed
. .. . L l.lna.ln M-ktn fll tlotS t
n.lay nigni mo i"'"-! . w lhe
waa npiwinioo w w
county court regarding the road boun
darlea In Gladalono and vicinity: H
K Croaa. ch.lrnl.n: Charlo. RlaW.
o. E lleaihman and II. i
Q. gtarkwealher. P-e.ld.-nt Kertchem,
ih. iinM(ln to ordr. ex'
nl.lned what had been ccompllhed ,
bT the aaaocla'lon. and the proapec-a
f.ir building tno im.i -
Newell told how roada had been built
a Tillamook county a.m ...f.. -hat
delegatea bo apH)lnted to repro-
. ia. at I Mil ffr
unt certain roromuunic. - -
encea: Mr. iro... -'----:.
nermanent chairman oi mo
dvlaed placing tho two ma.n r.u
nmnlng north and aouth between th.
riackama. river and Mllw.uklo In
one road dlatrlct
ii t. McOovem. oi uiaui.
the realdenta or mai c -
their aharo toward tho '"nrome"J
of tho road Chne ru.....-.
, . ... t..vinn rountr
. i.. .ii.i mull at Medford.
how tho roada nan c.u.
able advance in proper. 7 ' -"-
--rtr of Ola.laione, oam -
?.T.r-, , I., M?n. th. Pacific H'Rhwar.
w th. CP.UI lllbway. If th. .mo..-
ment. w.r. mad. w t, V'--;-
which th. road. won. . .
ML Mr. llenmrnan. "i -
SI" though th. Capital IHr ;
Should ho along the j'' J
th. Portland Railway. Ucbt A Tower
rnrnnany from Oladamna through Mel-
drum and Jennlnga IxlK:
TI'IilA. Okla.. Dno. 8 flooccaafiilly
maintaining hla heart action by mana
"f a nulmonary pump. th. phyalcl.na
attending William Hubbard, who.
In n va . v. in ha dead. ar.
w inry uaii.il " " - ,
Wntiftrin inm h. ha. to IIV..
Huhharrf .n i-nn worker. agd
uffored a paralyala of hi reaplratory
wan lRBt Wednoaday. HI. ca.o l
Miagl, n !ho aurfoona. .
DO YOU KNOW that tho Knterprla.
'arena Bargain Pariod la now on I
aj on book paf tor particular!.
,'". 'J w' '
UUID RESERVE PLAN
HERE TO SEE KOTHER
COUilTY USD. ID
BUY FAIR GHOlii
T. J. Gary, ei-oecretary pf tho Will
amette Valley LUauiauqua aaia r ri
day that tb. program arranged by H.
E. Croaa, recently elected eecreiary,
for tho meeting next year waa tho
fineat In tho hUtory of tho aaaembly.
Mr. Oary realgned th. office, tearing
that tbo work might interfere wun
hla dutlea aa county achool aupeiin
tendent. Ho la an expert In cbautau
que work. Mr. Gary aald the next
Chautauqua ahould be tb. moat auc
ceaaful ever beld at Gladaton. Park.
There la no better attraction In
the chautauqua circuit than tho ChW
caeo ODeratlc Company, wblch baa
been engaged," aald Mr. Gary-
Among th. artlaU will be John B.
Miller. aolUL of tb. Thomas orcne.
tra; Arthur Miller, Apollo Muaical So
ciety: Tftoa. Nutlger Gannon, Apollo
Muaical Society; Leonora Allen, tt-
prano, and Edgar Nelson, pianist and
Another attracUon will be Byron a
Troubadour., a well known 8panlab
and Mexlca attraction. The tronpe
and Mexican troupe. Tbo troupe
have world-wld. reputations. The
Cambridge players, another attraction.
have won fam. throughout tn. united
States. They give selections from "As
You IJke-It." "King Henry Fifth."
Taming of tho Shrew," and aeveral
Shakespearean plays. There ar. sev
en members. n
S. Piatt Jones, who will have charge
of the platform work, waa praised by
Mr. Gary. Among the speakers select
ed are Dr. William 8 pur goon, tho fa
mous London clergyman; Bon. Frank
P. Sadler, municipal Judge of Cblca
go: Lou J. Beauchamp, the famous hu
morist; Clinton T. Howard, temper
ance orator; Fred Emerson Brooks,
Western poet; Dr. Len O. Brough'on
noted Georgia preacher, and probably
John Mitchell, labor leader.
A special children's attraction will
be McCormlck and Bronte. Bronte is
a dog that la more than trained, and
appears to be educated.
Mrs. Hoehn Brltton. received- In
formation Friday morning of tbo death
of her daughter Mrs. Howard Ewlng,
former! Mlaa Dora Sumner, of this
city. Mrs. Ewlng recently arrived In
Seattle from Alaska, and was In her
way to Oregon City where she was to
visit relatives, when she waa sine
n. Mrs. Thomas Trembath and Mar
tin Hntnnar of this city, sister and
brother of tho deceased, left Friday
avenlnc for Seattle. Mrs. Brltton, be
ing unabl. to go on account of 111
ness. Tb. body will bo taken to Cali
fornia for buiiaL
Mrs. Ewlng was- born In Indiana,
N-oTember . U78 and lived in tnis
city for som. time, bsvlng come her.
wlih her mother. 8h. was mamea iw
(inward Ewlng about eignt years ago.
Mra Ewlnr is survived by her nus-
hand who Is In Alaska. Her momer,
sisters. Mrs. Thomas Trembath and
Ml;s Edna Sumner, of Portland, and
one brother, Martin Sumner, of Oregon
ERNEST VALKER IS ;
NAMED ARTISAN HEAD
The ArtlKane bay. elected officers
to serve for the ensalng year as fol
lows: Master Artisan, Ernest Wal
ker; superintendent. Dr. L. i Pick
ens; Inspector, Mrs. Mary Harvey;
secretary. J"rs. E. H. Cooper; treas
urer. J. A. Tufts; senior conductor.
ui.. MaudA iJchtbody: master or
ceremonies, Mrs. F. F. Linn; Junior
couductor. Miss Annie Oardner; mu
sician, Oscar Woodfln.
nun candidate waa Initiated at th.
meeting and our applications for
mpm bershlo were received. There
ar about 40 members of th. society.
Th. Milwaukl. lodge will com. here
next Thursday evening when a spec
ial program will be rendered.
Road Supervisor Harrington was m-
stmcted to make arrangemc....
SK a .P.o.a, election to vo on
road asuessmenis in
TO MEET T
5 BOARD SAYS
MINE WRECKED MAINE
WASHINGTON. D, 8. (Special.)
....1 side explosion meaning
min hlew up tbo battle-
.hln Maine In Havana harbor, accord
... ... . Mrn.nl reoort by the Vree-
Innd board of Inquiry Into the dlsaTter
L'f..v announced this afternoon.
Following ,h. Issuance of tb. Vr.e-
land report, Hecirtarj vi
i... thia afternoon Issued an
"V-V:. :.r,-mnt declaring that tb.
, explosion under th. battleship
Malne-i bow flr.d a quantity of black
T! in the lnch reserv. maga-
P" ' , . in tha forward ma-
lrvnionitiiia " ,
WASHINGTON. Dec 8. Governor
West todsy urged Forester Graves to
dopt his plan of consolidating Oregon
school lands In th. forest reserves, so
as to give th. stst. a compact body of
about 75,000 acres for us. aa a state
The forester Is Inclined to favor me
plan, but be wants an cuuB
. . . . 1 m inata1 nf arr-
on a anrinaasw
a The forestry service will mane
further examination or tne auuauuu
.1.. ..rvM and make a report
rr.1.- nu.,iiir la hODeful that tb. J-
slred consolidation will bo sanctioned.
West also took up wun mo o'"-
tarv or tne interior m it-i..-
Justing conflicting Federal and tat.
.i.ima for acreage under th. swamp
t.Am ! He SUggesteu me
DIMICK AND JAGGAR
i.r. .nnolnt a SDOclal agent to consult llvered by former County Judge LI01
w.7h .Jolnfd by the J R. Webster, of Multnomah and th
rt.tL with a ylow to adjusting their sponse by the president of th. asso'
State, wun a yiw 10 . . AC, , th- n w WnniimtL Tn
resulting In th. dea-
make a repori oi
evening w.U maa- and
dltures during mo -;;' xhe
p.ndlt.W tb. Jja.mnn
payer, that no Increase bo made.
r ' VOUNG COUPLE WED.
JohnVr;w..tOf th-. ?ty. and
Ml. Cora M. v'1h,l,n'y' j r.
Wer. married Fr MT
Undsborough at th. jr lhli
mans.. Th. coupl. will "v in ,
Coupl. Oranfd Lle.nf..
A marrlnge license waa laau..I rri
dsj M Virginia Henderson and V.r
mm C. Ollddan.
tv vntT KNOW that tb. Knterpr.wH
nargaln Torlod I. now on?
year-end ""' ,nr nsrtlculari.
Be. ad r baca p-a-
truct on or tne
A model of th. Maine, ten feet long,
made of tin and bent In the .hap. 1 of
wreck was brought here by tn.
K.rri Tt showed minute de
taila of the bavoc wrought by th.
nloslon. It shows that a great secuon
!. .k. J.i.'i keel was blown np-
ward above th. main deck. Indicating
the tremendous force of tb. explosion.
Th. board submitted to Secretary
M Jyer . detailed r-port of It. Investl
whtrh he sent to Congress.
The flndlnw substantiate tb. conclu
Mons reached by th. Sampson board.
C K. BILL ENTERTAINS. ,
Grand Army Msn Receives Friend, m
n K Illll entertained a number of
Mends and relatives Thursday at bis
new bom. In Gladstone In honor of
?r Mr. w. C. Brown and
nis aaur." . n f
Ma grandson, in"""' ' .
Sheridan. Th. day was sp.nt moat
enjoyably. At 1 oci. - -
dinner was served.
Present were Mr. and Mrs. J. J
Cunnlnghsm. of 9" Cr"' C'V "S
daughter. Mis. Grar. Co.t.lloJ Mr. and
Mrs H R. Prown and children, or
SadMnna: Mrs. T. F. P-rown of Park,
place: Mr and Mra. C. O. Brojrn. of
rlirforences. and"lt Is probable this will
be don.. ,
Tbls Oqv.rnor, wno remamea
after the departure of the Governors'
train, will leave this afternoon and
overtake the party en route.
The Governor. Senntors wunie a..-
ChamberlRin, Renresentauve lneru
and J N. Teal today had a conference
with Secretary Fisher and Reclama
tlon Director Newell regarding the
West Vmatlll project, without defW
nlte results, .
.Secretary Fisher and Director Ne
well expressed favorable Interest in
the nrotect. hut could not say It wonlo
be undertaken before tb. completion
of reclamation service reports on th.
sdequacy of th. water supply, for
.11k.. .ntire nrole.ru or specific units.
Tbeae reports. Newell said, would b.
redy bT December 15 or January 1.
nt water rights of
nreent water-users neioro a"""
in an he reached as to the suffi
ciency of water supply for ht. Gov
ernment . ,
Protests against adoption of the pro
ject mad. by advocates of tho John
Dy project will hav. little or no bear
Ing noon the decision regarding West
STORES OPEN NEXT
WEEK 111 EVDilNCS
The program. of th. convention of
county Judges and commissioners to
be beld In the convention ball of the
PortlfMid Commercial Club next Tues
day. Wednesday and Thursday has
been announced. Two Clackamaa
county men Grant B. Dimlck and
Frank Jaggar will make addreases.
County Judge Beat I e waa to bav.
mad. a speech, but he wtll be unabl.
to attend the convention owing to a
press of probate business.'
The address of welcome la to b. de
livered by former County Judge Lionel
tlort. Judge G. W. Wonacott Tues
day afternoon wtll be devoted to pro
posed good roads legislation wltn ad
dresses from W. a Bristol, J. If. Al
bert. Salem: Georg. F. Rodgers, Sa
lem, concluding with a discussion of
the convict labor bills by James B.
The addresses for Wednesday morn
ng will bo on "Probate Law and Pro
cedure," by J. R. Nelir T. J. Cleeton
nd others. For Wednesday after
noon, addresses on in. -juvenue
Court'" by Judge Victor P. Mopes,
Benton county; Edward C. Judd, Clat-
any county; to be followed by general
'Duties and responsibilities of coua
ty commissioners" will b. discussed
at the Wednesday afternoon session
by Hugh M. Price, of Lane county; I
Horace Walker, of Umatilla; George
B. Saunders of Baker, and W. L. Llgbt
ner of Multnomah. , "Taxation, Coun
ty and Stat.," will he discussed by
Judge Dimlck, and others.
Practical road building and car. of
Indigents will be the subject of tho
Thursday session. Th. speakeu will
b. Judge G. D. Culberson of Hood
River; H R. Chapman, of Multnomah;
Mr. Jaggar: W. P. Alley, of Tilla
mook William Rlddell, of Polk; C. A.
Oallovray, of Union, and H. S- Wood-
1 cock, of Josephine.
I Friday there will be an automublle
trln to Multnomah Institutions, the
visitors going as guests or Multno
The philharmonic Society. hrougb
Its officers, has obtained me
hall of th. Masonic building ror ua
weekly rehesrsala througnoul m. sea
son of 1911-12. beginning next Mon
In future th. renearsais 01 mo a
clety will be iieid on the first and
thir.l Tnosdsvs. and the second and
fourth Mondays of each month. This
la made rceeJa-ry because th. piano
la leqnlred b- the Eastern Star on
the second and fourth Tuesdays. Sine.
t.ibIt ieht a number 01 appnca
Hons for membership, have been re
ceived, and It Is confidently expected
th.t hrforo tha books close, December
19. the society will have at least 150
The Philharmonic Orcheatra met
for Ita weekly practice ln th. ladles'
n.rim- of the Commercial Club Fri
day night Th. nights work consist
ed or tne reer uym
"T.nva Tales of Hoffman." Offenbach;
PROPERTY OFFERED BY
CIATION FOB M.000. AMOUNT ,
OF DEBT. '
rans ran' 'of wo
Court Take. Proposition Undor ? Ad
visement Argument RoaaroV
Ing Franchise For Track
That th. county pay tbo indobtaaV
ness of the Clackamas County Ftr
Association and tak. of tbo property
at Can by was a pro position mad bT
officers of th. association to thw Co -ty
Court at a meeting Friday. It wag.
also suggested that th. county coU
appoint a superintendent to hve
ebarge of fairs In future or the pre
ni management could bo retained.
Tb Indebtedness .Is almost H,.
and th. land and fair buildings ar
valued at about 812JDOO. It waa ex
plained that it would be tmpoaalbl
for the county to lose, ana me
fer would relieve tn. associauon wi
big burden. The matter was lason
under advisement '.': --"
Among those 1b attendance were)
James W. Smith, president; O. D. aTby.
treasurer; O. E. FreyUg. vvco-prwaa-denf
M. J. Laxelle, secretary , and
John R- Cole, R. S. Coe. W. W. Btot-
hart.' M. J. Lee. W. H. Bair. ueoraw
DeBok. T. U Turner, A. J. Lwts, W.,
W. Jesse. Henry Melvln, Hans raav
son, H. M. Robblns and Mlaa m
Robblns. Letters urging tho transfer
of th. property to tb. county wor. re
ceived from L. L. Walker, th. Canby
banker; O. D. Robblns and John F.
RjB,er- ' . v
Officers of the association aald that
ln case th. grounds were ever aband
oned for fair purposes they would b.
nsed for a poor farm. Tbo proceeds
from the various exhibitions bar.
been sufficient to pay the Interest on
the debt and other expense.
The court beard argument on th.
franchise of the Portland Railway.
Urht A Power Company for a spnr
track at Eleventh street and Milwaa-
kle Heights. A decision win 00
.red next Thursday.
it waa decided 10 hear
strances against the vacation of cer
tain street In 8onth Oswego at tha
January term of court
T; F. 01IEIL GETS
. EIRST Mill AYO
T. F. 0NH. who has been an em
ploy, of thd Willamette Pulp Paper
Company several years, waa the re
cipient of a $5 gold piece Friday troja
th rnmnanv. WblCD. Will DIM ewarwa
each month to employes - giving" tne
best suggestion for Increaatni; tne ouv
mit of the mllL Tbo next award wtll
be on January 8. mo uaw"
must be written and sealed. They are
placed In a box. and examined at the
. .-! month hv the officers.
Funeral March of a Mario- h several good suggesUoas
nette" by Gounod. , Aner me rru made by the empioyes, ano many miw
lar rehearsal tne uance oecnuu i" " are expected In Decern oer, aa ,ne
Uced da.c music, in. msiruim-u..
players of the city have aeiennin..
tnat there shsll no longer be any
for hiring bands or dance or
chestra from out ol town; and to
that end laey hav. regularly organls
a onulniied themselves with tb. very
la'est mufle. and under rroieseur d-
. . - vita
ger ar. prepared iu
.n ittnrlnf srareKaiion mai
be Imported. They hav. already ob-
i.lnl a contract for supplying m
leading local dance organlzatlona dur
ing the coming winter. .
MAYOR OF SANDY
sre Uklng Interest rn the competltloa.
Mr. O'Nell was tne winner 01 me
prlj. offered by the company. ?
H T. SHIPLEY AIDS
William Andresen, chairman of tbo
committee appointed by the mer
chants, to set a time for the closing
of the retail stores at night announc
ed Frldnv evening that beginning
Monday, "the retail stores would be
open l.i lbs evenings until Chr!stia,
In order to glv. persons who work
during lb day opportunity to do their
Ch 'atrnas shopping. T com ml fee
which is composed of Mr. Andresen,
Krsnk rtusch and L. Adams, met Fri
day even-ns. Before th appointment
if -I committee two years ago, many
nf tha stores were open In th.
nliigs y, yar.
r.h.rt.e H0ar( without Quorum.
Owing to lack of a quorum th. meet.
Ing of the Charter Board called for
Ust night waa not iwia.
JOSSELYN AND PARTY
B S J jsselyn. president o the Port,
land Railway. Light ft lower com
i.nv. ami other offlclaU Of the com
... 1 - i
nniiv came to Oregon viur rnuaj i
the pre.Mdents private ana in
spected the company s nowmva. mo
party sIko Inspected the power houses
a- rnfudero and the tun near Esta-
cadn v Mr. Jesselyn did not comment
nnon his trln. but It Is known that
he Is pleased with the results that are
helng obtained In this county. Just
hefore returning to Portland the party
visited the electric plant on the West
. . . . i 1
H. T. Shipley, on. 01 tne prommaai
residents of Willamette, surprised the
nnnlls and teachere or tno nrst woo
u-nnd rrades of th. Willamette
school Friday afternoon when he pre
sented the school twelve noons, mr.
Shipley showed excellent Judgment In
the selections of tho books, and his
gift was not only appreciated by th.
nnnlls but by tne t.acners aa wbil
irn. (hna vaara Mr. Shipley wa.
tha rnt reeular city election in . m.mlwr. nf tbo Board of
Sandy municipal officers wer. elected Educflt,on of Willamette and during ,
vi.vnr Paul R. Meinig; recorjBr.
v 1 . .IT YJoll.
v.iot nrav; marsnai. n. vt.
...r A. O. Melnlg; councllmen,
1 1 - . 11 wet
irHarard Iliirns. George won, n.
Hoffman. Casper Junker, Henry re-
t nun Mniniiz..
. , .. ...
Mfi.ihre electors voteu, auu m
election was a quiet one.
Two F ntd For unnaing.
John Break ford, charged wi.n in-
tni.atlon. forfeited his ban 01 so.
John Hendrlckson and John Sllvo, ar-
.tl on charges or mioxicauu.i.
were fined $5 each which tbey paid
ENTERTAIN3 LITTLE FRIEND8.
Ruth Spaglo Has Delightful Blrthdsy
k nlaaaant aurnrlso Darty was given
Thursday afternoon at me nome
Mr .iM Mrs. J. C. iiDBgle in nou-r
thlr dauahter. Ruth's sixth birthday
.nnlTPrsarv. Twelve n:uo mm
r-l.nrfa nf Bllth. enloved me inrrnimu
in D.m. after wlrtcn a neiicKiua
u "-J". . . .
ktrfkii.. .llnnar waa served ny mra.
UN lll'.-j ... . T7-.I
Spagle. who was assisisu or mvm. w
.rit Van Wnv.
Those attending, were Aims van-
. . 1 1 .1 n . Dna
w r.lartva Moore, muuru
pHith Pna rethel and Edna Jotie, win
A. Timn Parollno Forward, Oretch-
en Harky. Camilla Spagle, Hum op-
gle and Emily Bernard.
tr mn era not reading the Morning
iPnternrlse. why notT Year-ena uar-
galn Period Is now on. see no. 00
back page ,
bis tlmo In office and since that time
he has always taken an active inter
est In the school.
HURT ClTniilG WOOD
John R. Humphry, waa seriously In
jured at bis home, Tweuin aim "-.
Ington streets. Thursday night when
he almost severed the forefinger OC
his left hand. He was spiuung wm.
e bone was cut entirety mroug.-.
Dr H S- Mount was sumraonaw. w
It is thought that the digit will be
saved. The Injury Is very trtdnfol
and Mr. Humpnrys win noi o
to resume his position In the Oregon
City bank or several daya.
CON SU MPTIVES TO BEIDttV
Cross Seals Will Be Beld Fer
Red Cross seals have been pkaoed
In several or tne stores ior w.
the Woman's Club' the proceeds to fo
toward the caring of - tuoerosswio
patlenta. The patients whi .om
for at the state Instltntlen n tnlCT
Thos. who are onable a SaWStte t
er medteal trentmaent tcr.m 7
Mra. andt Off XJrr-4 LT-
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