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i wiATMlR INDICATION.
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:JKLY ENTERPRISE ESTABLISHED 1566
OKEOON CITY, OREGON, WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 20, 1911.
0E fT BLAMED
h cm council
Pa Win, 10 Cairo
inoiniir told pros
WAS NOT MEANT Aft
p KDE Of J29,5C3 OROERCD
rtkUnd Will Rlt Paying
1 etrsst Assessment Until
Trt at Walker Horn
TM City Council, at a special R1-
H yuly afternoon, 19
gtsaac' providing ff Ik Issuance
a M.toO fr pay log for rei lot
Tb bund will hm Issued
rv mi inrkunii announced
a u would resist paring hi part of
a. for lb tranrov anient
a a-aaalagton street brau of tha
&unm am la rmut a tre la tb
satis la front of th proirl of
mm K.lll Walker, which la dlagoo
a trroM ba atrt from Ik. riirVrk-
Cut cainrr NoM mad a atat-
aw( la U council enowing (bat
& bad ben paid fur street work
ana is year and that not 4 Mr
tat of laal amount bad Ipmd paid
fcr aiDriai and auperlntendiog
0a . Ha declared Ibal four or
9 new lh amount of Improvement
a yavi aervtofor bad lwli mad a
an rear. Mr. Noble aald tha par roll
i rwUr. 1I0. wa lift I. and It
tmH b Sbe tbU month.
Cmnvrlltnaa Meyer, who offered the
! awanloa, at a meeting several day
an thai tb rouarll rut down the
an tnplured by the City Kuglneer,
saVk reaulled In tba council empow
a the commute on street a to In
iaKi' tba office, derUrmt thai bla
m a nit Intended a a refleo
a ea lb (iy Knglueer. aald
Qr bad been rumors that the
of conducting the office waa
art lad that ba waa glad to learn
art via not th raa. and that It bad
tot conducted at such a anall lul
m nuui 1 U I N I M
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mil r&P K I M &A
CiNKgHPQQ6iThNS UKE THIS COULD ONLY HAPPEN TO OUR POOR TRIENO t
w TI!E DlrTtlitNCE IS THE KAN ES ta ZI"
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On Friday and Saturday we
will dlatHbut aa appreciation
your valued patronage a
pltndld Ityaen Colandar,
beautifully colored, a nice
Our ttock la Juat overflow
l"g with acceptable Xmae
8'fti. Don't fal to look Over
vr dltplay, It will aid you In
Not Llka Othara. .
th and Main V.
Sgat Holiday Reduc-
COURT REFORM IS
URGED BY LAWYER
LOYAL M. MXARTMY DKCLARC8
JUGOCt ARK NOT PAID
UCK OF DIGNITY IS DEPLORED
M. a itarbweather TaWea laaua With
Portland Man Caution la
Urgad In tla Of
BICHNER SUIT TO .
BE CALLED TODAY
The $10,000 damage ault of Joarph
nirhner, a pionr of Oawego. agalnat
Artan Moore, prealdent of the Port
land Cement Company, which la build
ing a $!.0'0,X0 plant at Oawrgo. will
be called for trial before Judge Eakln
In the Circuit Court today, niohner
allrgea that ba waa aaaaulted by
Moore and aerloualy wounded. In a
damage ault which ba baa filed against
lllchner. and which la aet for trial
IntnnmtW MrUlMI k TATl that htt WB8
aaaaul'ed by lllchner and permanently
Injured. Tba men engaged In an al
tercation over a atrip of land at the
alt of the cement plant George C.
Brow noil an4 William Stone represent
Whiskies, Brandies, Wines
.'3 , . . .
January 1st 1912. :
All goods guaranteed
P. M. Klenisen
Ixyal M McCarthy, a prominent
Portland lawyer, at the banquet of
tb Congregational Ilrolherhood Tue
dar evening, tirged moderation In the
us of the Initiative and referendum.
He aald that the petitions should not
be algned promlacuoualy, but tba sign
ers should know what they were algn
log. and tha algnaturea should l af
filed In tha preeene of an auditor
or an authorised Judge.
The courta ahould 1 retormea,
too.- said Mr McCarthy. "The Jurtgee
ara,nol paid nough. and the courta
are not dignified enough. If th aalar-
war higher, men with mor dig
nity would b electea.
it. a. Starkweather, who roiiowea
tha Torlland lawyer,declared that Mr.
McCarthy waa wrong In advocating
larger salaries for Judges. The speak-
aald tha ealartea wer large
enough, and larger aalarles would not
add to the dignity of the court.
If It la a mlsdomeanor ior -buy
another's tote. It should be
just as much a mledemeanor to use
moner In the legislature for the paa-
sage of bllla." declared the speaker.
Heoresentatlve Carter oppseu u.
Indiscriminate Introduction or '"
the Leglalature. He aald that 700
bills were Introduced at the last sea-
Ion, and that members irequen..,
toted for measures they am not
lerstand. and It bad been impoamui
for them to study. '
Charles A. Millar enienaineu m
audience with several rMiW. enu
Dr Paddock, of Portland, delivered
so Interesting lecture npon the lm
portance of the Plble from hlatorl
ciil standpoint. The Boyle Woman
Orchestra, of Portland
those present with several
and Major Noble gave a iw t
which wa greatly appreciated. W.
A. Shewman delivered an address up
on "Man." which waa well received,
and President Clary Introduced the
speakers and other entertainers in his
usual hsppy vein. About alxty mem
here of tha brotherhood partook or
the bountiful spread prepared by me
women of the church.
v THIATY ABROGATED.
WASHINGTON, Dec. ! J1. B.T
by a nnanlmoua vote mnw"
Prelsdent Taffa not Ideation to
i- , t.rmlnatlnn or ma
siianmn i" - , -
treaty of 1832. Tha Joint resolu Ion
reported a substitution for tha
resolution that passed tha House, soo
to 1. waa adopted after, debate over
Russian discrimination against the
NEW IDEAS WANTED
"The Philharmonic Orchestra baa
engaged Busch's Hall for 8t. Valen
tine night February 14. 191S. and
will give a masquerade bail. The en
tire orchestra will play for dancing.
It Is desired to make the affair unique
In every respect The plane aa at
present outlined Include a Lantern
Dance, and several other featurea
characteristic of the New Orleana
Msrdl Oraa, and the world famous
Director Johnston has decided to
make th affair practically a subscrip
tion dance, with patronesses and floor
chaperones. A feature of th program
will b a cycle of old time dances.
Mr. Johnston will be glad to receive
suggestions In the line of novel Idea
from Individuals or cluba, either aa to
costumes or dances. The masquerade
Is for the benefit of the orchestra
TAFT IS DENIED :
NEGRO PORTERS ACT AS GUARDS
FOR PRESIDENT IN
'NO BETTER THAN MAYOR'SAYS WALDO
Trip Uptown Made Alon And finally
Three Bicycle Policeman
Are Aasignad to Es
NEW YORK. Dec 19. The Presi
dent of the United State traveled
throubg New York street tonight
without a police escort, such aa cus
tomarily haa been assigned for bla
protection during bla vlalts here.
Wnen President - Taft arrived at
nVlnctr tnnlrhi at tha Pennsyl
vania terminal on a two-day visit to
IMS City, not a policeman was iu
.inM Tk rrlilntlal nartv was
forced to make tta way to a waiting
automobile separaiea irom uie crown
only by ten colored portere whom the
atatlnnmastar hastily pressed Into
1'neecorted. the President went to
the home of his brotfier, Henry W.
Taft. There he got the first alght of
police officers detailed for duty with
the party The detachment waa made
up of three bicycle policemen. On bis
former vlalts. ten policemen on wheels
had been assigned to travel with him,
and ten patrolmen to handle the
crowds at the railway atatlon.
The three bicycle policemen accom-
(Contlnued on page three )
TONIGHT ONLY at ELECTRIC THEATRE
Baby Lovera Brooks and
Master Corbin Peters -
will ba heard In 1st aongs In addition to a choice program of plcturea
A Traitor to His Cotmtry
White Fawn's Peril
'i An Indian Picture. . v'OrCI
. A Mix-tip in Suitcases
' - This la an IMP Comedy. Nuf Said.
v . And no, ralae In price, only 5 and 10 eent. ;
AND SCHOLAR, DIES
-GRANDEST OLD MAN OF AGE,'
U. S. CONSUL DO CIYLL WAX
Slavery And Other Questions Subjects
of Voluminous Treatises By
Him Waa French ,
NEW YORK, Dec 19. John Dlge
low, celebrated author and Journalist
and diplomat.' died today at bla bom
In Gramercy Park. He' waa born In
1817. . ,
When Blgelow returned from a trip
to Europe early In the present year.
President Taft met him Immediately
upon bia arrival and described him at
the time aa "The grandest old man of
the age." Blgelow waa a contempor
ary of . the late Daniel Webster, a
partner of the late William Cullen
Bryant and a friend of Samuel Til
Blgelow waa a warm friend of Abra
ham Lincoln and waa conaul at Pana
during th Civil War. Afterward be
was United States ambassador to
France. He waa the author of a num
ber of blographlea and historical
Throughout the greater part of a
century Blgelow waa prominent, both
In the Journalistic and political his
tory of hla country. He waa born In
Maiden, Ulster county. New York, No
vember tS, 1817, and waa graduated
from Union College when eighteen
year old. He later received degrees
of L Dk from several promlneut uni
versities In New York state.. : -
After being admitted to tba bar and
service aa Inspector at Sing Sing
prison, Blgelow laid tb foundation
for hla Journalistic career aa one of
th editor or the New York Evening
Post. In which capacity he served
eleven year, until the beginning of
the Civil War, when he waa sent to
Parte aa United States consul After
serving aa ambassador to Franc nu
tll 1867, he wa chairman of Governor
Tiiden'a Erie Canal Investigating com
mittee and later served as secretary
of slat for New York.
Throughout the last quarter century
he bad held -position of trustee, and
director In many of the most promin
ent Institutions of learning, art and
literature In New York aute, incluo.
Ing th New York public library, the
Metropolitan Museum of Art and the
Century Aasoclation. of which be waa
presid mt He waa also a member of
the historical societies of New York,
Massachusetts and Maryland.
Throughout all hla life of active
public service Blgelow found time to
write voluminously, the greater part
of his literary offerings being treatises
of a political or aociololgcal nature on
vital r.irrent toplca. He wrote ei
tenslvelv on the alavery queetlon at a
tlm weo It waa stirring th Union
to its foundationa. He also wrote
much in comparison of monarchies
and domocratle governments in their
HUNTLEY INDORSES SHAW.
OREGON CITY, De. 19 (To
the Editor of the Morning En-
terprl.) After; a residence of
nearly twenty years to Oregon
CtTy. a n free to ay that Chief
of Police Shaw I the beet of-
fie I a! In that place Oregon City
baa ever had, and It would moat
certblnly he a grave mlatak to
remov him. He haa mad a
vary capable and efficient officer,
and hla faithfulness and length
of service make him deserving
W. A. HUNTLEY.
TWO HUSBANDS O
ONE WIFE ASK DIVORCE
Two iaabands and one wife filed
ault for divorce Tneeday, all the plain
tiffs alleging desertion. Theodora
E.. McLoughlin sued Michael M. Mo
Loughlln, alleging that ber husband
left ber In November, 1910. Tbey were
married September 4. 1907. in Ban
Francleo. George C Ulrich asks a
divorce from Florence. They wer
married November 21. 1900; and he
aaya hla wife abandoned him May 15,
1910. Clark Hardin aak a divorce
from Mary Hardin. They were mar
ried In Portland November 9, 1910.
POULTRY SHOW IS 1 ;
The Publicity Department of the
Commercial Club met In apeclal ses
sion Monday evening. The proposed
poultry show to be held here waa dis
cussed and much Interest manifested.
It la thought that the ahow will be
held in -April. In a Main atreet build
ing. Many of the fanciers have an
nounced their intention of having ex
hibit and it la believed that there
will be more than 200 fin birds on
M. - J. Lazell aald that James
Kelly and Charles Maddux, represen
tative men of Cincinnati, had visited
the Commercial Club Monday and ex
pressed astonishment over the Com
mercial Club . parlor, atatlng they
were the finest of any city the size of
Oregon City- they had vialted on thalr
. To Elect Officer.
The Degree of Pocahontas will
meet thla evening at Knapp'a hall to
elect officers. Several candidate for
membership will be Initiated. .
DO YOU KNOW that th Enterprise
rear -end Bargain Period Is now on?
LIVE WIRES Sra
PROBE OF FARES
rates said to be less satis
factory than before
(OTTEE Wli SEE (ML'il
Superintendent Gary Defends Law
Providing For School Super. .
visor Against Dfmick .
''..'" ' Charge.
At a luncheon of thai Llv Wire of
th Commercial Club Tuesday eosa
plaint waa mad of th fare being;
charged by the Portland Railway,'
Light c Power Company alnc tha
Stat Railway Commission Issued aa
order for the rearrangement of fare.
It waa alleged that little if any re
duction in rates had been made and
In some Instances rate were higher
Th consensus of opinion waa that
tb railway company waa aomawaa.
handicapped by the - order at
the . commialon, bat would make
changes In rates that worked
a hardship. A committee aoav
alstlng of M. D - Latourette, H. at
Cross, B. T. McBare, W. A. BaeW
man and E. E. Brolle,-waa appointed
to confer with President Joeselya, at
the Portland Railway, light ft Power
Company regarding a re-arrangement
of the rate. The committee win or-
ganlxe Friday night and win prob
ably have tb' conference with Mrj
Joaaelyn early next week.
An announcement waa made by Dr.
Clyde Mount that persona at inter
mediate place had complained that
they had not been benefited by tb re
arrangement of rate a. and several
aald th rates were higher. He sag-
guested that Oregon City might retali
ate when th company aaka for a
renewal of ita franchises for hauling
freight - over the streets - of Oregon
City. T. W. Sullivan, hydraulic en- .
gineer, of the company, declared that
It wa not to blame and that th fa ait
lay with th state railway commis
sion. It waa cited that before tb new
order went Into effect a book provid
ing for fifty rides from Gladstone to
Oregon City conld be purchased at a
rate of four and one-half cents a rMe, -while
now the cost waa five eenta.
The four and one-half cent rat form
erly applied to any Ave cent fare
point, and the new rat ia now effec
tive to all these. The old rate be-'
tween Gladstone and CanemaA waa
Ave cent. Now It la ten cents. The
rat between Portland and Oregon
City has been reduced from 25 cents
(Continued on peg J.)
TO DEATH BY LOG
While assisting In moving a large
log Tuesday at the sawmill of the
Haa ley Pulp ft Paper Company In
Milwaukle. Jesse Crlppen, thirty
seven years of age. waa instantly
killed. He loRt bis footing and the
log fell upon blm, badly crushing his
chest. A Jury, composed of W. H. I
rt I .af 4 llmi.ln Cmnal Hftv.'
land. George Maplem. Charlea Den
nle and James Matthews, which waa
ld hr Coroner Wilson, decid
ed that the man was killed accident
ally, and exonerated toe foreman or
all blame. The log waa bflng moved
fmm a In deck to a car br means of
a derrick when the accident occurred.
Crlppen waa a widower and la sur
vived by hla mother and one child,
who live In Milwaukle.
HERE TO CLEAR LAND
About twentv Italians arrived In
thla city Monday afternoon and were
taken from here to Shubel, where they
will be employed by Ed Hornschueh,
one of the well known farmers of that
place. Mr. Hornschueh tried to hire
American labor to clear land, but waa
unable to get it The men nrougni
with them their camping outfits, and
will probably remain at Shubel dur
ing the winter.
BITHIAH CLASS MEETS.
Miss Anna Lunt la Hoateaa of Church
rt. reffiilar monthly business meet
ing of the Blthlah class of th M. D.
church waa held Monday evening ai
v uwr,m. r.t Ulai anna Tjint. After
business wa transacted a social t!me
waa spent, and refreshments servea.
Present were Miss Nettle Kruae.
Miss Anna Larsen MU 8arah Hen
drtckson, Mrs. Ada Hendrlckaon, Miss
Kathleen Harrison, Miss Evadne Har
rison, Misses Anna, Wllma and Mabel
Myers, Mlsa Nellie 8 w afford and Miss
Anna Lunt ' .
Ask for the Red Trading Stamp, and secure the
- besl Premiums. . ' I
for your toy and Holi
day novelltiea. Mak
your selection of Toya
early and let ua store
In our day-light Dry
Goods Department for
useful Xmaa gifts and
ready salespeople at
Read te Vrnlng nrprV-
for evening wear in Silk, Lingerie, and Worsteds. Right
in price and up to date In style at
$10 to $20 '
Misses' Middy. Dresses
in all wool serge skirt and silk or wool waists sailor collar
, and tie prices, from , v
$6.50 to $10.00
The Palmer Garment
for Ladies in Suits and Coats. We are showing some
very excellent values in up to date suits at special price,
for Holiday Gifts, in Muff and Collar Sets or single pieces.
Prices from $2.50 to $25
,,. Oregon City's Big Department Stcrc. , i,; :
Jews of America.