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VCCKLY CNTCRPRIS C ESTABLISHED 1566
VOL II-No. 115.
OKEOON CITY, OREGON, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 21, 10J1.
Pn Wm, 10 Cwra
On Fdey end Saturday w
will dietribut appreciation
of eur valued patronage
aplandld Bay Calsndar,
beautifully elorad, and a "lee
BY LOW HOUSE
NOTICE TO MUMIA D01S NOT
MAKE BMAC.H BETWEEN
ME SAYS BICHNER
PIONIER DECLARES RICH CE
MINT MAN STRUCK HIM ON
HEAD WITH STICK.
NEW TREATY WU NOT BE HURRIED ; INJURY PERMANENT, HE DECLARES
Trs Relation Batween Nation li
Matter Of Oa.peat Conctrn
Ctr I Notified O
Three Panalt Ara Exhausted Bafora
Jury la Obtalnad Mount
Say Patient's Sight
DESERTED IN ALASKA,
SAYS WIFE, SUING
Oertrude plko Wadneaday filed .ult
for divorce . agalnat John P. Pike.
They wer married In Seattle, Jun
7. 150. and tba plaintiff alUgta that
her buaUauil abandoned her whlla
thry war llvlnic la Candle, Alaaka,
Br ii trailer JO, 107.
Mangle L. Kuat aued lUnzo Rust
lr dlTorc. alle King cruelty. Bh say
Ik.if mv- rlmA HovamlKf K IRAK
at Cor'allla. The plaintiff further
aver that becauae of bar buaband'a
treatment aha u Torcea 10 tear
him November S, 191 1. when tbay
were, living at 1926 lterkely atreet,
I'ortland. Tbey ha two children.
Our atota la Juat overflow
Ino with acceptable Xmac
aitiu Don't fU ! vr
our d'apiay, It wilt aid yw In
. Price Brothers
No L'b Other,
th and Main -
' GOVERNORS' TRIP
BIG SUCCESS -WEST
SilJCM. Orl fW 10. Rpwlal )
rms mm io tee rapnai anr
aweih'i abaenr la the rit a a
faet ua the Uovoroora' Upwlal. Gov
amor Weal Immediately ruahed to th
roavirt rad ramp.
"The trip of tba Oovernorc waa a
eoreee -a great aueceaa a greater
eucreee than I over contemplated It
would be," commented Mr. Weal.
WAHIIINdTON. Iw 20 O.ngreaa
liuta ralinilt lt. fr-1l...,i . ....i in,..
lion of the tetiiiloatliiu of the Kuaalau
(raeaty ! 132 and th niaiire
in the prnaidcnt (or li'. aignature.
Tb llouim dii ! of u according to
program wllhin aevenirflt mlnutra
Dealirr t'Urk alKtid It kt 2:Ctt p.
m ; Vice lrldKT ffh'rman algned It
I II p. in , after the Ketiale bad re-ttiBlui-d
In hhiiiIoii purMaely to permit
him. undnr ib rulr, to affli bla alg
nature while It wa In aeaalon. Con
grot, tomorrow III recraa (or the
bolldaya Thla waa an linirtatit (ac
tor In the atpedltlon of the ratification
It waa a perfunctory proceeding In
Ibe llouae. for lmvcrala and 1U-publican
voted together, Maaon of Ar
kanaaa (Mm ) alone voting In tb neg
ative lie ftplalned to the llouaa la
ter that be voted agalnat the resolu
tion In eplrlt of levity.
In tba dlle K"publlcana Joined
with their political opponents In trltv
ut-e to Representative Holier of New
York, lb ivmorratlo author of tb
Hone bill, for accepting the Benat
meaauro amending bla own.
Mr'Bulwr baa ahown that he la
acting through th prompt'ng of pa
triotism, not pollllca.- Kepuuiicaa
drr Mann aald.
Th Ruaaian reply to tb notlv
from Amlxiiur Oulld that America
wUhed to terminate tbe treaty of 1(31
baa beer received at the Htat De
partment. Tbe official decline to
publlah the teit of the Bote, but ad
mit that Ha content nave oen
outlined In tba new diapaiche from
t I'eteraburg llenc It I Inferred
that th Ruaaian forwlgn office) mad
no rerotue t BecnHary Knoi a Invi
tation to embark on negotiation for
. mill '
It ny be aald upon g"d nutnorlty
that tb Ruln government doe not
Intend to be burrled In thin matter,
but on the other hnd. It doea not i
pect to conclude new convention be
fore the exlatlng treaty eiplr on Ie-cember.
DO YOU KNOW that tb Enterpr-year-end
Hargaln Period U now on?
J. JiMH'ph Illcbner, a plon-er of Clack-
amaa county, at the trial of the tult
Inatltulrd by blm agalnat A man
Mcori-. prealdenl of tbe Portland Ce
meot Company, teatllled Wedneaday
(but he- vu attacked without provo
cation. Hlchnvr la suing for IIO.XK)
damage, and alleges that be waa
permanently Injured by the rich ce
ment man. MiKir. who also waa
wotind"d lu the altercation, declaree
that h acted In aelf-defenae, and was
In no aena th aggreaaor.
The fight ' started over th owner
hip of a strip of land at Oawego
where th Portland Cement Company
la building a million dollar plant Tb
company bought th land from Henry
Dans, who asm ne Dougni li irom
rtirhner In ln4 Illchner declare he
never ld the atrip In queatlon. Illch
ner leatinen inai ne oa era
Henry were building n fenc. separat
ing tb atrip from land owned by tb
cement company, whoo Moor and
another man appeared. II said Moore
nicked ud a stick and struck blm on
th head and shoulder. Th wound on
th besd, tbe wltneaa diarea, waa
x severe that be bad to com to
Oregon City to hav It dreaaed. H
testified that it naa cauaea ma ee
alght to fall and b had sine suffer
ed from Ineomnla. In. 1L 8. Mount,
who dreaaed th wound, said bla pa
tient had complained of dliilneas,
pains In his bead nd falling slgnu
The ciiae I being tried befor Judg
Eaktn and Jury. Georg C. Brownell
and William Btone repreaeni me pisiu
aat.1 'nlnn s" Ilavaa. H II. PleTC
and John F. lgn repreaent Jh i
defendant Tbre panel wer e
bauated before th Jury was selected.
Moor bas a 110,000 damag ult
pending agalnat Illcbner. alleging that
ha waa permanently Injured by blow
struck during th fight. Illchner re
cently obtained a verdict In hi favor
Id a suit for poaaeaslon of th strip
Of land over which the fight started.
If you are not reading tba Morning
Enterprlae. why not? Tear-end Bar
gain Period Is now on. See ad on
Maniag licenses ware obtained
Wednesday by Orva Bather Beaton
mw,A urt ivr.li li h nrtha Paulina
Smith nnd Percy Card and Lcy Bl-
com ana u. rnunp.
today is guar
anteed to be
fine ' .
SINGLE .TAXER GETS SALARY OP
CIRCUIT JUDGE, DECLARES
ARGUMENTS ARE CALLED UNFAIR
. -4 ' , f v. i '.
Water-Power At Oregon City For Moat
Pari Artificial, Thrfor Not
Taxable, A Alleged,
s, Says Lawyer.
Industries of the
South and West
f. "J )i li MUX
The Cowboy Coward
A Slight Mistake
i I rl
,.,1.-,: gfaV .'.v mi. is-1
la u ew, Anl n .nc of Christmas . without -
II wuuiu uui ottui i : , i
-. ATI .
music, and the proper place to get the music at a music store. we ca.ry
- .if'' 7' Hon-
everything known in the musical line: uuuars, v 1011ns, iYiauuu.u,
. a . r:f.. Uorre Ftr ' Our stock of Talking Machines,
jos, Harmonicas, rues, jcvYo i-., ---- j j
Records and Record Cabinets is the largest in the county; every machine and record
made by the Victor and Edison Companies can be found here at the lowest possible
$ J 0.00 to $t 00.00
$15.00 to $200.00
$15.00 to $200.00
i i .
for men and woran. We carry all the
Lading m.k.s of watches, Waltham.
Klgln. Ilnmllton. Howard and Inger
soil; all sl.. all price. Some In plln
cases, some beautifully engraved, and
other, mounted with diamonds. Chains.
Charm. Fob. to go hBm-
f t 1 T. f . t
Never mind the slue of your purse.
W can match it In a nice diamond
that will inrprla you. AH other Set
Ring. $2 00 and up. LocWets, Pin.,
etc. se with diamonds at 11 Prices.
For an Xma. Gift
nothing surpasses 611,
VKH Elaborate pref-
" .'f ? -r :': l-i-.- ..ta .hll the many
ent. can be .elected from our oomp.-.. " . d.
odd piece, off-r opportunltle. far !es. costly
.irabl. gift. P..ow are listed a few .ul.ab.e Xma. piece.
1847 Roger. Bro.. " Staling BHv-r.
KNlVtS .- - . TiAStTS - tpjavs.
?95K 'nd.'kVtV rtnn o.shis
Our display of Fin. China. Vase, and Cut Glas. offer, many
.uggsstloh. for Xma. Gift.. , Nothing could be more accepta
ble, yet the very finest piece, are by no wean. a., cosily a.
they look. ,
SUSPENSION "BRIDGE CORNER
Grant U. Dlmlck, mayor-elect. Wed
neaday afternoon gave out me ioiiow
Ing Interview In reply to tbe .tate
menta of W. 8- U Ken made in a
recent Issue of The Enterprise. Mr.
Dlmlck Is well posted on local U
condition, and goes to the root of
tbe whole matter In hi. research:
I have read with a great deal ot
Interest the Interview of Mr. U'Ren,
n..i.iihurf in (he Morning Enterprise
r.t rtwomhor 1ft and also In tba Ore-
gonlan. wherein be lakes to task sev
eral of our citizens, inciuumg.
for discussing a question inai is oi
infvrtaiji.e to everv farmer and
home-owner rn Clackamaa county, and
from tbe tenor oi ni mwrTww
would Indicate that Mr. U'Ren Is un
der the Impression that be bas a sole
and exclusive patent on every argu-
...in.t ih. iinrl. tax Question In this
state 1 hav spoken by invitation
upon the queatlon oi uuaiiuu m
large number of the Commercial Club,
and gathering. In Oregon, and Mr.
U'Ren Is the nrsi one io taj
edge who baa ever questioned my
veracity or the figures which I have
presented at those meeting.
I nave never neara
preaented by a single Ux advocate
who wa fair in hi. presentation of
the queatlon, but alway. aeem to con
tent himself in trying to work up a
prejudice against the heavy taxpayer
and in favor of the smaller
Mr U'Ren seems to be ery mucn
grieved over the fact that I questioned
the veracity of a atngle Ux advocate
who arguea tne quesuou in n"""
a few day. .Ince, and the report of
. rOTimant nreaented bt the speak
er having been published In the Ore-
gonlan tbe following oay, or a cew
i:-acr tract of land In Clackamaa
county sold by a timber company to
an employe, ana arier me
tract wa. lmprovea was
, -. (Kan th remaining: 426 acre.
and after I questioned the veracity
of the statement r u nea
bis rescue and said that tbe 12-acre
.... .nt m riackamas county as
reported In the Oregonian. oui "'--
ed entirely in roomer ai.
have failed to see any correction
made by Mr Stone as to the location
of the land, and I presume Mr Stone
was perfectly content to leave the
matter with Mr. U'Ren to figure out a
plausible excuse for the erroneous
statement Mr. U'Ren say. be be
lieve, that I often think that I bear
thing, that t do not bear, and in other
words he politely iniorms
do not speak the truth upon the ques
tion of taxation and In repeating
statement, made by single x
catea, but I am perfectly willing to
. ii- tt'Dbii a license to call ma
Kraut mi u - ... . . .
a liar every day in the week If that
action npon hi. pari coramn.
the least ... . ,. . .
I also notice in Mr. uiwm
view he haa at last discovered
power. I.J Clackamaa counij
t... -il.t mill on dollars, but
he falls to ahow bow he arrive, at
the physical valuation oi iui
power and how he would reach the
Same under his single tax system
should the same be adopted In Clacka
mas county. In the Aral place the
power at the Willamette Fall. 1. par-;
tlally natural and partially artificial.,
and all of that part which is artifl
clal I. an Improvement placed there
by the owner, of the water power and
which improvement Is exempt from ,
.i ....Ar i h ni a i ax theory
now advocated by Mr. U'Ren. The
water poer. on the Clackamas Riv
er we all aamu are
so by improvements and those im
provements constat ot artificial dam
r " . . ... v. ik. owners.
placea in me mrwu uj .
and If all Improvement are exempt
J.tna warm 1 1 rl
from taxation men iu "-
be exempt also. There Is no power
on Jhe Cl.ck.ma. River which would
be of any material value by lUelf
alone, but it require. nchf. pol
and wires, and otner apriu
... i tn o-i anv direct rev
eilles III " - .
I. it., nnwer Itself, and un-
der the preaont
riparian rignis aiu , L
. .-j v ,. ii.m and all improve-
menu placed in me eireui. v---and
the wlrea leading to the city, the
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STORY OF CRIME. '
William H- Hill. Ruth Cowing-
Hill. Dorothy Rlntoul, nine year.
oi age. and Philip Rlntoul, six
t yeara of age. wer killed with an
ax while aaieep in ineir notne
near Ardenwald 8tatln, June t.
A Th m w waa loft atandlnc at the
foot of tbe couch ujxm which waa
the body of ue gtrL i ne ax waa
w takea from tbe home of T. J.
Delk, living half a mile diaunt.
Th 1vr Altprf1 the tintian 4
through the rear door. Mr. Hill
was a daughter or Thomas r. a
Cowing of Portland, but formerly
an Oregon Ulty lawyer, rier gin- w
hood was passed In this city. Her
first busband wa. James Rlntoul.
II. 6. HARVEY MB
prisCmQ kae(io c::x
WOOD FALLS FROM
STOVE; HOi'iE CUTIilS
SHERIFF MASS POSITIVE M MAT
MAN WHO COMMITTED QUA r.
RUPtE MURDER IVIDIMC
. Mr. and Mr, Baron, who live near
!) TnnH1 uamtll on the Aberneth.
lost their horn, furniture, and cloth
ing by Cre Tuesday afternoon Mr.
Baron had atarted a fire in tbe kitchen
stove, end was abaent from th Douse
for a short time, and upon her return
round the room, filled with .moke and
flame. Every effort was made to
extinguish the fire, but the flamee bad
got such headway that nothing waa
saved. - It. waa discovered that a stick
of wood had fallen from the stove
and Ignited the floor. Mr. and Mrs.
Baron feel their loss keenly, and their
friends are giving as much assistance
as they are able to.
HELD It! $50 B0.IDS
FOR ALLEGED ATTACK
Justice of rthe1 Peace Samson Wed
nesday held Earl Walters, charged
with assault and battery In bonds of
150 cash to appear Friday. The de
fendant la accused by Q. W. Ber-
nard of attacking bis daughter, Stella
Bernard, in the Oregon City post
office. Walter, denlea tbe charge
and say he will easily prove hi. In
nocence. It 1. alleged that tbe at
tack occurred December II. when
Miss Bernard went to the poatofflce
to mail letter.. '
Maintaining hi. Innocence and 4sy1
elating that be I. a Tlctlm of cresaaV ;j
stance which soon will be xpilanV
Nathan B. Harvey, charged with tfe '
murder of the four members of th
Hill family at Ardenwald BUtloa. Jtmm
. waa apparently the least coocaraeC ,
person in Justice of the Peace liaf
son's Court Wednesday aXternoaer
where be was taken for prelim!;
hearing. His lawyer, a M. Idlenra.
of Portland, not ' appearing. Depef
Dlstrict Attorney tuipp reau u w
rant charging tne prisoner wiui
er, and Harvey aaaea uuw m '
be postponed until he could
.Hi. ivmi n m I in. raoawi.
, A II. w'aw w tkM back i
jail where he wa Joined by MrM
man. It la prooaoie inn um
will be next Tuesday, wnou
u... ii aiinv nnl enoaeh Of E
Ute'a evidence to be given for'
prisoner to Be nela. - -
whiu waiting for the case to h.
called, Harvey, who U a wetf
nurseryman Of Mllwauwe, aaawwr
knu ft vnod enuUtlon.
his name waa connected with the K
tragedy, chatted pleaennuy wot
. nil KiiT.n, nia w
tu . '
i . . . . .v. m 111 mr life
aaiion reiawa w w . j - rL
neas prospects, hi. little daagbUt wW
Is 111. and other comnionpiaew wi"
Not once did he mention uaw
for which he waa arrested.
a..M For til Dauahter.
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... Mtfiu, ni. auiiL.
v. n hla lnnor re. HU
ciaiTTa w - . ,
deepest concern seema to be tor u
welfare of bla oangnier. na
bi. arret will have a bad effect nfOB
her condition. Sheriff Maa la COSUV
dent Harvey U 0 nian. aaat
base, his opinion: npon the rouowrjssj
points, which he say. earn We proTasV,
'The crime was raoiiw
11:45 and 12:50 o clock: on tne
(Continued on page 4.)
Ask for the Red Trading Stomp, ond secure the
f - , . ill S ' '
. . mi L
Misses' New Middy
Dresses and Coats
Nifty wear for Mlsse.
and young ldie.. A One
$6.50 to $10
Continued on page two.
Ladies' Silk Dresses
Just the thing for parties and evening wear, you will want
them for some of your Holiday evening attire. Prices
$10 to $20
r.reat Holiday Reduc
. on n
Whiskies, Brandies, Wines
, r v.i "- ' '
January 1st 1912.
All goods guaranteed
J and satisfaction given
D. M. Klemsen
Busy Toyland Basement
Take a look at our handsome assortment of dolls,
have China Ms, Rubber Dolls, Celuloid Dolls, and
. . v Dressed Dolls, ranging in prices from
. -:'.7 5c to $J5 v'i
421 Main Street
CHINA TOYS , .
, HOBBY HOR8ES
aunafLY'S . .
BLOCKS AND GAMES
RUBBER TOYS .
DOLL CARTS - '
And a larg aortmnt of Nation novelties and Fancy Stock
Oregon City's Big Department Start.
OREGON CITY JEWELERS
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