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About Morning enterprise. (Oregon City, Or.) 1911-1933 | View This Issue
HOIRNQN'Cd ENTEKPKISfi IS
l'U.rallf fair Tu.s-
. A A A I .
nly daily wiwwmi t ,s
Portia ae) MMit
ovory saotlsaj of ChaefcaV
County, wHk a poawlaUM f
Ara yea) M MKWIOT V'
WEEKLY ENTERPRISE ESTABLISHED IS60
j VOU II N. 1.
OREGON CITY, OKEGON. TUESDAY, DECEMUEIt 19, 1911.
Pn Win, 10 Cwm
LAUD LAW CHANGE
LcMTAAV DlCLAHt THAT
TIM AAt PLAIN.
BORS' CRITICISM INDORSED
Cr,t)o M Obtaining attar
Cablnat Officer Or?srt
ft Al'U Minn.. IW H Afier
toriai the lornori of tho N'Mrth.
tZt .! 04 their acrdit-d r-p-sUiivMi
outllno bat. In tbrir
mmi. U r HI tho pr-ui ad
Ztitrailtt ' '""d u "n4
rt,! t eroded U further the d-
arsirpl of h WMl, HiM-rrury of
, lelrflnr nhf today Oit'lalliOj to
H, i'f Woatern tjoroore
v 4mii.itriln policy warding
mint land .
ri'r Hahor M'l " n""1
v i turakara thai there are many
la nnrll" M 'bo land
tfcl huld bo eurrecioa. urn no
4 I a"! Hr to corrct them;
M H matter lb ahmld t
-i la Cwif. and n b
LuutiAc of the V-ur Uoternor
Mrurtng h-k14 translation.
tarrvtsry 1her Mid Ibat lha
(it4"-il nl a authority
k tli' ib publlo lat4a wmtd
M to lhlr rl alu and than pru
n f'T ffM'lual dlapoalllon (
avi claa. I mlnaral.
jrulftl anil lha HWa.
Ha Mid II hl pofP" 1
(W aiuppruprlalaJ publlf lauda Into
0 kind 4 of ina 81 an lor aa "xo
m analbla. and yat roalnlalo Iba pur
ax of Iba laa.
H aald Ibo prant roatHrllfO
aUlloa alma to dlariimlnato prtvoro
U actual wtilrr and tbo aiploltpf.
Ha dradfd tho Iraalni ayatara a
tW only y In tlrh lha public d
aaia en ba prK ad for all Iba pro
pt. al(biub of'ao U ani I" r5
I tarUblp on th Individual.
Trt Coupiaa Oat Lleanaaa.
Marrlaca ltrno oro laauad Mtl
Uf to Clara H Plouch and U I
Ut, Vinnla C. Hlfnr anj Harry Y.
1W and Mabl lpd-r and Mar.
Great Holiday Reduc
Whiskies, iirandies, Wines
January 1st 1912.
All Roods guaranteed
in duit isf action given
D. M. Klemsen
421 Main Street
Don't let this Cliristmas
Ko by witliout getting a
Victor or a Victrola.
There ian't a home anywhere that wouldn't
be the better for having a Victor. .
Good muaic brighten, every home, and with a
Victor r Victor-Victrola you can readily atufy
your every muaical Uste-hear whatever mus.c
you wiah, whenever you wish.
Let th. Victor Play whU. you Pay. Wa m.ka tha
EMie.t Kind of ttrrai-M ow a $1 a week.
Victors $10 to $68. Vktrola. $15 to $200
EdUon Phonograph. $12.50 to $75.
Huntly brothers Co.
IN TRAIN COLLISION
f AIT COAST FLYtR ANO SILK
SPCCIAL ARC WRECKED On'
ENGINE PLOWS THROUGH COACHES
Staal Slop1"! Caro Ara Ground Ta
Piacaa and Occupant
Ara Killad In
ii.mdl Vttnni l)mc. 1. TlvO
ar drd and a acor or moro aarloua-
f lnJiirJ aa tha rraull or a comaiim
Iwlaavn allk train on tho Chicago,
MllaukP ft t- l'"' ""nl"
aa ailon No. S of iba -Columbian
flr. irwra lha l-aclnc Coaal. and lha
rar alM-rr of tha flyar at tha atatlon
hrro oarly today.
Tha angina of tha allk apccll
plowed fWo artf Into alwr. lha
i.t car of tha fly.r. but tha grvate.l
,.i of Ufa waa In tha front rnd of
tha alrr.r hlrh tiUacoid by
lha dining car Juat ahead.
U.DK anar It " bMJ tn'
.lead bad ban takon from lha de
brl. wrck.ra lata lh' aflem.K.n
Contlnuad on paga two.
MAN HURT TWICE
. SAME DAY SUES
AFTER FALLING FROM TRESTLE
N. J. SUNOERCARO IS
IN COLLISION. . ' v
$25,000 ASKED Of OREGON ELECTRIC
Righf Foot And Lag Injurad In Flrat
Acoldant Ara Crwahad
Again In Second
N. J. Bundergard, through bla attor-
nrya, Dlmlrk ft Dlmlrk. Monday filed
an action for damagea agatnat tha
Ore gun Kloctrlc Railway Company for
$25,000 for alleged Injurlea received
bile be waa In the employ of tho
company Nover 11. 1910.
The complaint aot forth that tho
plalmlfT engaged with other em
In nrKrtln a bonding car In
tha bonding of ratla on the company
line, which bonding car waa used at
niM ami at K'.IO o'clock a. m.. No
vember 11. 1910, the bonding car waa
run on a awltch at Wliaonvuie, wnicn
waa loraiea on irriic mui'
twenty le-t alwve the ground, and
that the Ui ""d on aau irejue were
i.m .hurt and were liregxilnrly placed.
It la alleued that tho bonding car had
no running boarda around tho aldea
fur the employea to work upon, ana
Bi.ndi.rirar.i waa comix-nea to aiep
fmm ih aiiia or tne car aown upon
ik. tin. hfflnw and after removing
a algnal flag from the top of tho car
ha ateppd upon the tie and aa tney
were too ahort and did not project
.. tmm tha rr a aufflclent distance.
nnd on account of me uea D-mg ir-
regvilarly paired on the ireana no
n..,.j .n.i full to the ground below I
and Injured bla right foot and !.
Sundorgnrd then waa pincea on
-enger car to be taken to Portland for
treatment, and It la charged when tho
paenger car arrived wnn.ii
HmlU of Portland It came into hea.l-
,.n colllalon with anotner car iwn-a
In the oppoalto direction,
.i. . i iha rnmriln nt deacrin-
i .k. oiiuinn In which Sundergard
claims to have received tho moat aer-
nua injury la aa roiiowa
.....I.... .in. an travel ng on aald
defendnnfa pawenger car and on Ita
lino of railway, ana anr -. "
k..i arrlva.l on anld line of
railway and within the rporate llm-
Ita of the city or rorunuu,
ii. ...nta and aervanta
r,relely negligently opera od
and propelled ita ama cr
:R,d plain,., waa then .nd thero rid-
negligently operkled and propd
. .rneABIlin linil (.: Cionni t a-..
m,e of ita oinir
direction In. over ana u.n
hlgh .nddang.rou. rate of P'f
a .w rareloaflly and negll-
inen ... .-- : c,r. t0
"""y cai-e.. - -.,.. wlth
con o ... fnr, .nd vlo-
mr throwing tnr-.n p- ; WM
from tne cum ..'" "i .,
hrulalKR nd rninninK p... ;--
le and causing " lr -Ztf
broken Immediately a th
SJT Joint and thrown out at right
in ,7 become broken .d rtal
tpred. and c.o? ng P Wntf ajf
neaa and bonny u -.-;
..,d causing aald icg w - -
IN PAYING TAXES
275,34983 OUT OF 493,6140 IN
1910 COLLECTED FROM
TOWNS ALSO LARGE CONTRIBUTORS
J. O. Staata Furnlahea Information
That May Ba Uaad In
Campaign To Chang
J. O. Staata. Chief Deputy Sheriff
im rreDared the following, for the
hencat of perono Intereatea in the
i.. ir.iirnverar started bv th. can
palgn for the adoption of ainglo Ui:
While the aubject oi laxauun .
nid. and much la being
aald on both aldea of tho queation aa
to the l.et method of assessment oo
that a Just and equitable distribution
.i .h. kiinlvn nf keeDtng UD our public
Institutions may bo had; it might be
well for ua to take aquaro look at
tho tax-roll to see who actually doea
pay taxei under tho present aystem,
nd the proportion of taxes paid by
the farmers, tbo Incorporated towns
and tha public service and business
"A careful examination of tho tax
rolls of Clackamaa county ahowa that
there had been collected up to De
cember 1, on assessment of 1910,
"Of this sum tho public oervlce cor
imratlons doing business In the county
have paid $77,918.35. Tho big land
companies as follows: Southern Paci
fic railway, $25,217.27; Weyerhouae
Company. n.!2S.82; Collins Land
rvunoanv. 1S.C51.18; tho three paper
mllla. $21,138 65; tno nve iuoti i""
r-n rtnlir. Eataca-
da. Mllwaukle and Oswego. $82.115 00.
and the Thrmers of tho county mo on.-
ance or $273.9 93 .
ni.iilln service corporatlonh
doing buslnesB In the county tho Ore
gon & California (S. P.) pay is,-".
.i- -j.iiii,-.ii to amount DAld on
.Din in .nii." - , ,
land; tho P. U A P. Company paid
$50 197.09; the Oregon meet."-.
tl...rlnn tr W HDUrg IV.
$2,735.18. The varloua telephone com
panies. $2.HV". ana .
companlea $278 03: Tho Pullman Com
pany. Tho Wells Fargo Express Com
pany and two or mree ...
lines make up the balance of the
amount from pimnc orv.c -w. t
tlon. ' ...
"Tbo farmer does not pay
taxes, but ho pays his share aa shown
by tho above figures."
OF ORECON CITY
meets tonight In Masonic
Temple building. Sight
reading claas at 7:30. So
ciety at 8 p. n-
IntenJIng members aro
' urged to secure member
ship tlckeli not later than
' HAROLD A. SWAFFORIX
Misuse & V
OREGON CITY JEWELERS
OREGON CITY SCORES
AT WILL ON WABASH
Vntmlihatandlnir their superior
weight and the fact that they bad
itrengthened their line-up ny imporv
ln. aaveral atarfl. the WabOSIl AtnieUC
Club, of Portland, went down to over- J
whelming defeat at tho handa of the
local team on Canemah Park Field
Sunday by tbo score of 2J to U.
Tha vUltnra .Tcelled the home team
In but ono department of tho game.
punting. Long am hia Deal ior jtv
gon City, but went into the game
with a lame foot and ankle. Thla waa
somewhat of a handicap. The game
was entirely free from wrangling be
tween players on either team and the
Wabaah boys are certainly to be com
he hard, clean, sports
man like game they put up In tho face
of certain defeat.
Wabash waa neyer really dangerous
during the whole game, while Oregon
City scored almost at will. A much
larger score would have been made
had the field been In better shape.
Oregon City played a Deiier game
against Wabash by 100 per cent than
the team has against any team here
tofore. A great Improvement was no
ted in tho local's running and Inter
Had Holladay. who piayea uregou
City to a no-score tie In tno eariy
part of tho season piayea mo urrnuu
Ut.- Cnnrtiv HnlladaV WOUld
have undoubtedly received, a royal
Every tnsn on the home team piayeu
a splendM game. If star- were to be ,
counted all the name wouia nave iu
be put down. Lawrence a wora oi in
i.rklA w esneclallv notsble. Roos j
handled the team nicely. For the visi
tors. Spady. Patterson and uowung
were most effective. ,
Ross. Ixrg and Slier each pulled off
a sensational run through broken
lliu " " ' J - ,
. -. . V. nni. Waa- I
were scorea oy
man. one each, and Rooa. two. Roos
kicked goal twice.
How Betty Captured
(A Wastm Comedy.)
A Message From
"You could travel around
and yet you couldn't get a better present than
you czn buy right in this town.
I've seen every kind of present, but never one
to compare with the Victor
Wc have the different
styles of these great J
musical instruments, and
play them for you at any
Victor and Edison Dealers
A feature of the game waa the Billy
Goat exhibition pulled off during the
play by the two red heads, "Buck" Pat
terson, of Wabash, and "Buck" Caroth
ers, of Oregon City. The squared oft
and batted each other three straight
bucks, tbe Oregon City buy getting
Counting tbe game forfeited to Ore
gon City by tho Rose City Club, tho
locals record stands aa seven winds,
ono tie, out of eight games, with no
scorea agalnat them.
Wabaah. - Oregon City.
Scott i . . White (Capty
Shay Lawrence J
Forbes (Capt.) C. Freeman
, la O.
Dowllng ........... Carothers (Capt.)
Ask for the Red Trading
HOLIDAY SALE Of
Holiday Goods at Holiday
Our efforts in merchandising, is no mean
industry, neither is it a selfish proposition.
II I a 1 111
We aim to please all by ; furnishing reliable
goods at the right merchantible prices, . we
employ skilled salespeople, who are compe
tent to aid the purchaser in the selection of
desirable goods at right prices.
Only Five More Shopping Days
In which to do your Xmas shopping:. Come early and
look Over our Xmas supplies.
Our Toyland Basement
for Toys and Fancy Articles.
Our Daylight Dry
for Dry Goods, Millinery, Ready-made 5uits and Laaies
Furnishings, and Novelties.
Our Clothing Department
for Men's and Boy's Suits and Furnishings.
Our Shoe Department
for best makes o Shoes for Ladies, Men, Boys, Girls and
Our Fine Furniture Department
for new and up to date ' Furniture, Stoves, Rugs, House
Furnishings and Wall Paper.
YOURS FOR A MERRY XMAS
j-,. , T". T k .ll Cfta
the world with me
Sospensioa Bridge Corner
Watta-Pudelra . . . .V. F. Freeman
Schledman i Smith,
Patterson C. Freeman ,
R. T. "
Bull v....... Rooa
I'mptre Bateman. - " '
Field Judge Jackson. V
Head linesman Red Jock.
, . Wife Socks Divorce.
Bessie Hollowell Bled sVitt Mon
day for divorce against William C.
Hollowell, alleging abandonment.
They were married In Pocatella, Ida.,
March 10, 1909. ,
Stampr and secure the
If-" mi If I
Uregon v-ny s Dig ivpitii :
Road to Mnmins -an'orprf A