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About Morning enterprise. (Oregon City, Or.) 1911-1933 | View Entire Issue (Dec. 10, 1911)
t WlATHef INDICATION.
! Oregon rurOccMU.al rain
launderi southerly winds. ,
u'. -...n-rW wind.
WEEKLY 'ENTERPRISE ESTABLISHED 1566
Tha ely mwtmw
mae County, with hmMIn af
ao.000. Ara ye en adorUaff 4 -
twee Portland and akm fc 6
VOL. 11-No. VM
TIRMI Or HLrCONfUHO DY
HAMITIRB WILt tTART
IK MANACtS 10 EVADE CROWD
aretha" Cheerieea a They Leave
Loe Angalaa Jell Man
Taken o frleon by
U ANUKUCH. tac. Jame. II.
HcNmuara. ixiufeeeed murderer, and
Job. J MrNamare, opnfesd dyea
altar and secretary -treasurer of Iba
0lnaUooa AaaoclaUoo of llrl(l
ted HiruHural Ironworkere. etarted
(ivm bare tdey for "an Quenlla pen.
imiUrr Ml miles away. Jamm II
111 briB tomorrow a aeutenre of Ufa
ImprlnmrM. while his brother faces
I itrm of fifteen yaara.
"I hi a union maa and I'm for union
labor." ea John J. McNamam' pari
11 comment la the world, according
to Ctarenro ft. Harrow, bla chief coua
iri. bo waa last with blm. Joba
m .ipreeaed Iba hop ibal Iba sen
Umaol of union latmr lowsrJ blm
1,1 rhinii ramarklns thai la Uma
Ik caaa would ba better understood.
Tb rout to ba UkH by Sheriff
Haaimall and bla prteooere waa bapl
a profound eooret ,oa (lm
of departure waa ud known to Iba gen
Hr prevloua arrangement with
Bhariff llammall. however, a oterle
of see .paper man and photographere
re roncealed bablnd Iba Jail and
vere Informed of (ba exact momant
af dapartara of tba McNamaraa. ao
tby rollariad about tba entrance only
ymg anoacb to aaa tba brother aoUr
a waiting autotnoblla. Jamaa ll.'a
risht band waa manacled to Joba J.'a
left IVHb man looked pala and cheer
Wet and walked tba few step from
Ina Jail with bowad baada.
ahxrln llamroeU waa accompanied
OREGON CITY, OREGON, HUNDAY,, DECEMBER 10, 1911.
Pbi Wki, 10 Cejto
Will YOU SHOP FOR CHRISTMAS NOW, OR W0ULO YOU RATHER WAIT FOR THIS?
(Continued ott ! 41
A Uttla light en faw Cbrtatmaa
things. Wa ara abewlng ulta an a-
tndva holiday Una for Hit CHRIST
MAS. ' ' ! 1.1
Mot man Ilka aomatblng practical
and tinalbla. Qlva HIM aomathlng
HE can waa.'
Smoking Jackata, tath Robaa,Jawal
Sia. ftcarfa, Handkarehlafs, SUppara.
Nachwaar, Hoalary, Hata, Boaa, tto.
A apadal lot of Smart Ovarcoata
nd Sulfa for tha young ebapa.
Not Llka Othara.
6th and Main S'.
Great Holiday Rcduc-
GtOHGI A. HAWOINQ RC ELECT
BO fESIDlNT 0 CLACK
DEMAND fOR BONDS ENCOURAGING
Dtmlch Oanlaa Council Allagatlon
That Traatla Ovar Waahlng
ton Straat la Too
L. BLANCHARO, SENIOR VICE-COMMANOER. AND WILLIAM HOB
BLE, JUNIOR VICE-COMMANDER FIFTEEN ARE ENROLLED.
Wltb thirty four almaturaa on tba
roll and Oftaen taking tha. obllga'.lob,
tba. -J.- P Huntlugton Camp of Sous
of Vetorana waa orianlaad at WIK-
metla Hall. 8turlay night 8Uta Or
canUar HuDtlnu'on. for whom tba
camn waa namar: U K. wllay and
Tba maatlng waa called to order
by Commander BUI of Mwyla Poat,
Qrand Army of tha Republic,'- who
nraaantad Mr. Huntington, C A. Wll-
llama, W. H. McDonald. Oeorga a
Urownell, D. K. Dill and L E. Wllay
mada oatrlotle addraaaea. Ther da-
V. H McDonald, of Lnti, wara In cUrad that the object of tha aona
TAXPAYERS " ADOPT RECOMMEN
' DATION OF LEVY OF
KEETiNG IS HELD AT COURTHOUSE
Cltiiana Invltad to Vlait School i and
Baa What la Being Dona-.
Saving Mada In
Whiskies Brandies, Wines
and' Cigars ,
p. t 4 i
January 1st 1912.
All goods guaranteed
and satisfaction given
D. M. Klemsen
a- 421 Main Street
A maallng of tba etockholdara of
tba CUrkamaa ' Southern Railway
Company waa bM Saturday after
noon la Iba rooma of Oregon City
Commercial Club, at . which waa a
large number of atorkhoMera.
Tba mi-vllng aa called to order by
Oaorga A. Harding, preeldeot, after
wblrb K. M. Swift read bla report
ahowlng the amount of work aocomp
llahed during tha year. t Tna report
aaa ordered filed.
W. A." Huntley, treaaurer of tha ;
company, reported on the amount of j
raab received and tba amount of ex
penditure, ahowlng the balanca In
Iba deiioaltory baak, and tha amount
of raab eubacrlptlona due. Tba preal
denl then declared that election of ot
Orera for the anaulng year waa In
order and tha following nameJ dlrec-,
tore wera uuanlmoualy elected:
George A. Harding, Frank Uuach. ,
O. D. Kby, (irant 11 Dlnilck. W. A.;
HuuUey. r. M. Swift, Frank W. Wood, i
mi vr iiobblna.
Tba olflcera of the company for tba I
aiuulug year wiU ba "0, 1
lieorga A. llardug. prealdunt; O. p.;
Eby vb-e-prealdent: Oranl IL Ulmlck. .
avcrury; W. A. Huntley, tourer.
Tba board of dlrectore reported tbat '
they had kept U company out of deta
during lb. year and that " J
bad crowded the work and l,T ;
obllgaMona at lmea wbereln tbey bad
. ...in.i.ri f.miU on hand to meet 1
tba aama, In order to keep the com
,, out of debt they advanced their
prlvata Mnda for the purpoaa of puib-
In work during "
The aecretary inn'run u -
holder, that the City "...c.
found fault with tne
: - ii-..tlinrton ainet In Ore-
I.... lit I hat tha Railway
Company' bad built It. trea.le In con-
formlty wllh the rrnn,n.
the franchUe and declared that the
. . . .. the arade of
Washington atreet In direct conflict
with tba term, or me iram,""
w . nf iha company re
ceived no competition for th.lr aer-
vl n during the puai y- .- j
hava been' unanlmouMy elected fw
the enaulng year may . --
they have lb. confidence , of
holder. wjih them In thl. great n
Twrt wa. mad. on tha aala of
. A meeting a num-
I, of ."hacrlptlon. or bond war.
made. Tha bona, "hp - -
ninety-two w. - .
tor ..ven pef cent on mon.y. wa
the Intereat on me o""""!" 'i,a.
.eml annually, making a good ..fa In
HEIGHT SAVES MAN
WHO FALLS IH RIVER
charge It la thought that at lea it
twenty mora will take tba oath at the
meeting to ba held next Saturday
night. Tba following offlcera were
Henlor VIce-Coramander R- L
Junior VlcaCommander William
Hobbla. - w
Secretary A moa B. Wllmot.
Treaaurer T. Doty.
Oulde 8. F. Scripture.
Color l)earer-W. E. Griffith.
of veteran a cam pa waa to keep alive
the aplrlt. wblcb bad Inaplred tba
heroea of tha Federal armlea in their
marchea to victory.
Tba following ara tba charter'tnem
bera of tha camp:
George C. Urownell, Brenton Ved
Jer, F. 8. Scripture, R. U Blancbard,
William Johnston, Curtla O. Miller,
Amoa B. Wllmot. William H, Hobbla,
A. WlllUma. Joelph Neely. H. C. Pain
tar. Con Prleater, Oeerge Clyde. F.
Doty and W. E. Griffith.
J.mea Brennan. an employ. , of the
n,.in a Paper Company.
"' T Lr tall, while n-
'J.';. ni Saturday
'Z rVm Ptty aoon other
and almoat .mmeau . y
S'Tr, walking nd .oon walked to
f -am a goon wamer " fc..
2n lual the right height I'd have
been drowned ura. '
" .. h tba Knterpri
YS.fi T Pargalr 7 V onT
year-end Pr"'n5" tn. n.rtienUra.
Remarkable High Grade
1 Sets of Books at
Remarkably Low Prices
Special Xmas offering of DeLuxe Petition SeU
of Standard Workg at One-Fourth Regular Priceg
Right in the middle of a buar Holiday aeaaon, vrhen
every one i wondering what to buy, we are offering a
elect li.t of De Luxe Edition Seta at price which will
attract throng of book lover. If you read the book
article in the laat Saturday Evening Poat you will ap
preciate theae splendid bargain. They are a part of
our $1000 purchase of last year from a big clearing
house sale of bankrupt stock of Fine Book. In 20
year bookselling experience we never knew of price
as low as these for fine books. We never expect to be
able to offer such bargains again. With' two- excep
tions only one set of a kind and you roust hurry to get
your choice. One of these set would make the ideal
Xma gift. See our book window, come in and ex
amine them and get a catalog. Here is a partial list of
titles with publishers prices and our special' prices.
BALZAC (18 Vol.. H Lea-)
Dh M'OSS'ET (10 Vols. Cloth)
1)1 CKENS ( 20 Vols. Cloth)
Dumas (is Vols. yA Lea.)
FiELlilNC. (b Vol. Cloth)
FIELDING (6 Vols. H Lea.)
(iiHztyrsFR. (8 Vol. y4 Lc.)
CiREENrSEhlCi. (5 Vol. H Lea.)
( 10 Vols. H Lea.)
"LTrTTs Vol, cloth) -
"LIT. (5 Vols. )i Ua.)
I 7100J$19 93
J 35i00L$ OlS
7l30.6oT$ 8 00
-f25.00l S 6'95
S 0 95
KINGS LEY .(7 Vol. Cloth)
. -r, rK.rrAitrrTinf..i." f.
LAN I B (8 Vols. X LcaJ
DE MAtT .'ASSANt (10 VoU H L.)
POE (JokClmh) -
PEPYS DIARY (4 Vols. H Lea.)
cTtni i FTT (ft Vol.
D i 1 V -- e- -
SMOLLETT (6V0I. X Lea.)
SCOiT (24 Vols. V LeQ
SI rAKESPKAREJZO Vol.
SHAKESPEARE (10 Vol- H Lea.)
STERNE (6 Vol.. H Le ),
SCHILLER (5 Vols. H Lea;)
H'.,;i fiesfPoetrv (5 Vols, Cloth)
iMiTBest Porlry (5 Vols. H Le )
World's Great Lit (10 Vols. Cloth)
IPZKhGrtat Lit. ( 10 Vols, M Lea.)
WEBSTER (1 Vol. M leT
PLATO (3 Vols. H Le.)
$32.00 V $""8"95"
$20,007$ 6 75
$40.00 I $1200
"$49.00 f $11 95
'$25.00 f$ 6"25
22750 r7 25
$3o:66T$ 8 25
"$49 I $12 75
T207ooT$ 5 50
$32.00 I $ 8 25
$15TooT$ 4 50
Huntley Brothers Co.
Th Rexall Store - , Book Dept.
Ravenuri to tba amount of 1B,71
was provided Saturday night for '.he
maintenance of tba city ecbools dur
ing 1912. Altbougb considerable pub
licity waa given to tha taipayera meet
ing at tba court houae, tba attendance
waa unauaually light, but tba recora
mendatlona of tha Board of Direc
tor providing for a apecial Us levy
of nlna mills was unanlmoualy adopt
The following report of tha dlrec
tors to tha taxpayers waa presented:
Oregon City. Or, Dec 9. 1911
To tba taipayera and realdent of
School District No. 2:
Ladles and Gentlemen:
Wa beg to aubmlt herewith an esti
mate of tba recelpia and espendlturea
neceaaary - for tha conduct of tha
achoola during .the coming calendar
State school fund f t,t60
County echool fund. 9,000
t 11 ,
Jewelry of Highest Quality
Tba prevailing Idea that good jewelry la always high prised la
wrong dead wrong a fact that you know If you have aver traded art
thia store. . ;
Teacher1 aalarlea rt-..
Repairs and Improvementa to
bulldlnga and ground
Wster rent, electric light and
Apparatua and furniture
Printing and advertising
Intereat on bonda
Intereat on wane-.,,
' ' .-" I - ' , $30,465
Thl a eatlmata leavea a deOcIt ot
$l?CCaV. which muat ba raised by -
apecial tax. The asaesaea vaiuaiion
of the property In tbla school district
laat year waa $1169.099. and the
County Asaeaeor atatea there will be
an Increase of about $50.ooo. making
a total valuation of $2,219,099. On
tbla valuation a special tax of nlna
mills will produce, a revenue of $19,-
971. from wblcb muax ne aeauoeu
$1,950 ss a sinking fund to provide
tnr tha rwdomDtlon OI oonuB. we i
therefore recommend that a special
lew of nine mills ba made on eacn
and every dollar of the Uxable prop
on. ,.f tM d'.atrict. elaht mllla for
general school purposea and one mill
!r a sink In runq to proviue ior n
ThJ giving of jewel a la more a matter of knowing what
than how much you pay. . .
Coma In and let ua help you ntake your eelectlona, An appropriate
gift, though it coat but a dollar, la far mora to bo deelred than a a
penaive but Inappropriate ne.We'll point taway to onct buying.
We hava aamblad here, under ana roof, merchandlaa ftom all
ovar the worid. It la Interesting to look at dlamonda from Africa,
prevloua atonaa from Auetrlla; ehalna, necklaeea, baada, locketa anal
brooches from tha natione of Europe; corala from the Southern etaa;
other noveltlea from every civilized dietrlet of the world; and watches
(the bet that ara mada) from our owrr country.
No matter how much or how little you expect to apend EVEN
IF YOU ARE NOT QOINQ TO BUY ANYTHING AT ALL eoma hV
and aaa these beautiful producte of all nations. , .
Wa want you to aoa our store and the gooda we aell; and wa
want you to know ua and our bualneaa methoda. Pleaaa pay ua a
vlalt aoon and bring vour frienda with you. You may ba eurprlaed
to learn that soma of the moat acceptable jewelry we aell la really
not expensive. '':
Wa warrant every article In our atore to ba exactly aa we rap
reaent It to be, or money refunded. L, .
Burmeister k Andresen
Oreeon City Jewelers - Suspension Bridge Corner
We are carrying a floating debt of
$( COO. due to the fact that the coat
o." the new high echool alte, building
and equipment exceeded by about
isnno the amount of the bond Issue
redemption of bond, as provided by j authorised last year. We "Pf1-
. . a . 1. .1 - fnr.,n I amnrnl and HAW n.Tll m hi, UVUU1UH
i ne .liBinui u - - - - .... ... i. . . ,, . i. -a
aeaa ot $57 500 of which $.000 falls ' lu tha Circuit uourt or Muunomaa j 4.ma 01 auipu. -r
aieaa ui aoi.uw, " . ' . . ... .v. in.ri.,n Riiralr : n.ratna nii raniki and ImnrovementS
due In 1913 and $6,w0 in lin- we touui s'""- " r- --
are providing, onder the Uw, a Company, aa bonasmen ior me cuu-j " "
i.,r.A A n ntr thM iwinoa ai ma- iru:i BK nroi iubv uu,v,u .uv . -
ill A .M,,-. v l J "
structlon of the high school building
when it waa about half completed.
. There haa been a steady Increase In
the Item of salariea of teacbera and
our estimate for next year la based '
epon what wa are now paying a corpe
r-f t rentv-elght. Including the city au-
I pennteoaenu wo
! thousand dollars, however, on the
' 'Tv vly &Jl
' . ; :
For the Boys end Girls.
The Merry Old Sonta has made his headquarters
at our store. ;';V-:-"'J..v-Vr'
Our Toy tiad basement is loaded with new and
merry-making toysof every description. COME AND
SEE- - '
of useful and ornamental goods now on display in every department ot
trie Big Store? We solicit your inspection of our goods and prices.
OREGON CITY'S BIG DEPARTMENT STCtlH
Raa ad baca p- - - -.