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About Morning enterprise. (Oregon City, Or.) 1911-1933 | View This Issue
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WEEKLY ENTERPRISE ESTABLISHED 1500
0KR0ON CITY, OREGON, THURSDAY, DEOSMBRtt. 28, 1911.
Pn Wio, 10 Cktci
' nnnr DiumirT
So OFFICIAL ACTION TO
TAKtN ON PtNDINO
a mm, wont present
Cara' DH"- T Make State
AitneuoH Tepla M ThQM
T B I.
rW YOKK. I.' IT ""Although
rtlIaat Teft U U be) the ueat of
law end Andrew Carnegie U dows
the i-wsram luittomrr preside.
....t,n arbitration lralis with
Kt and rrniww for whlM
Mr Tn bs Ubor4 ana waicn Mr
rroci- rM Indorsed ere ot Ofnrl.
HI. ii brought before the rltl
r' banquvt to be bold at
... i. .Li.f Anuria Saturday night.
At (rt this la the plan of a ..
nrit. ,.( the eseen eoniromee
" '. . t 111
.... Mrrviarr. Tae co
Mm had reached thla derision, aald
... .n.r Ka had Informed lia
aabrs of h reeelpt eeveral
a of a l-nr from Tb"r llaa.
jriiBina aa an otmoaeot of Cr
Ula rhMa tf (ha pdlac lrail-a, lo
attrfid tha fcatiqu!.
Mr ttMmr Ihi-n UI4 quMoa
k-f.. ihn mmmltiM and II d
ar4. b- d. (hat I ha aoaa of lha
fMf that II B I" IXW'DP
aaryiaa of lha dlanaf lo ladorao tha
villi !M iiniionrtawdlna Mr DI"om
ar N cm Colooal Koolt '
H'inilnua4 oa pafa I)
Th itory of Cln Abal
H) loo woll known t rao
The Hack and
PFPPFTDATFn DV XAAinr aar.nM irn i
j M..ia.inWlt.u U I TTMU m UUlHyM lL V
gM06 WOMAN CAME BACK O.K
I ll vk.iiuu...u, V. ill 1 r I T "T . : - .
YVmjmO MW,viU YO'J HOLD My
1 II I I I TTI N'. J f u i.l iLiiiul TTvT.rm 1
I A0 or W) r-O l ( thc outtiw aoS ,StV ! '; i f
AQQFCQMnm for 'ficRiHiiN iftTiff Mim'S flRSFRVF
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PROBE HILL CRIME
SHERIFF MASS TO SUBMIT EVP
OENCE TO THAT BODY
DECLARES SLAYER WE BE FOUND
Official Haa Laborad Night And Day
Trying To Find Guilty Man
Frlonda Pralaa Hl
DIMICK III FAVOR
OF WEST SIDE CANAL
Sharlff Maaa announced Wednaaday
that ha would turn over what orl
denca ha had In tha cam of Nathan
B. Harrey. tha MJlwaukle nuraary
man, acquitted of having any connec
tion with tha alaylng of tha Hill fam
ily In Juatlco of the Peaca Samaon'a
court, to tha grand Jury, which will
meet January 10.
"I want tha grand Jury to bare the
evidence and to caae to be atfted
to the bottom, not only for the benefit
nf thai iwtniile of the county and atate,
but for the benefit of the man we ac
cused." aald the aberlff. "We maae
a mlatake In not Introducing more
evidence at the examining trial. The
mistake will not be made again. I
hall have a talk with District Attor
ney Tongue regarding the course to
Bcores of friends of Sheriff Maas
aald Wednesday that the sheriff bad
done bla duty, and ahould not be
blamed In any way. He haa worked
almost continuously on the caae aince
the nndlng of the bodies, and Baa
gone without the necessary sleep for
weeks at a time. It la argued that
the sheriff haa done all It was possi
ble for any human being to do In
.win. tn anlva tha case.
"I am confident that the alayer of
the Hills will yet be captureo. con
tinued Sheriff Maas'and I taaveby
no mean a given up the flgnt. ir Mr.
Harvey la innocent i wanv mi
to be clearly shown. But aa certain
aa the crime was committed the
guilty person will be found, ana I
No complain na been uiea '
i n rvmlnir Jr.. hrotner or an.
Hill, who fired two ahota at Mr. Har
vey in an altercation oeiweeu mou
December 1. .' . Z .
(Capital Journal, Salem.) .
Mavri flrant nfmlrk- nf Oreann
City, waa4n 8alem today to argue
a u In th nlrrult Mart and ln-ldant-
ally stated that he thought the matter
of tree locks ana canal at tne rails or
the Willamette waa practically t
Ut lla aava tha aro.t aide location
will undoubtedly be adopted aa reconv
menaed by tne atate canai ooara, ana
ln the price of (450,000 aa agreed
nnon. whIU It la hlcher than he would
have given hlraaelf, will be aatlsfae-
tory and the beat solution of the mat
ter. He ays the entire campaign
made by the live wires waa based on
tha nrtation of some of the Oregon
City bualneaa men that construction of
new locks and canal on the eaat sloe
and would have meant a large ex pen
ifltnra of mnnov for labor at Oregon
City, and would have been ruinous to
the prosperity of tne big manuractur
in. mDM-rni on that aide of tne river,
Ha saya that with H. E. cross ne siooa
almnat alon axalnst the east side
location and It took a great deal or
nerve and backbone to oppose them.
"The Southern Pacific railroad now
ret a a larra income from hauling two
train loada of logc to the paper mills
every day in tne year because mrm
la no iowage over the raplda. Free
ivk. and anal on tha west aide Will
force opening the river channel
through the Clackamas rapias. auu
all that traffic will be handled by wa
ter. The people will aava every year
on frelghU all that the state has put
up for this enterprise. Judge uinuca
ia ... anthniilaatlc supporter of an
open river and Is glad the matter baa
been Bottled eatlsiacioruy to aii par
n t Mcllaln received a letter Wed-
- - j- t rnniranman Hawley
I LAST REGULAR MUTimu "
vei , ,...i.i.. .w. rliit of a nhoto-
, graph i.f h party Uken on the
v n. Ijinc when Mr. Haw-
COUNCIC AS NOW CONSTI
TUTED IS HELD
ST. JOHN'S DAY
IRONMASTER PROMISES $1LM0 If
CITY WILL FURNISH .
elSO KECESSASY FC2 JTETr.CI
Asaoclatlon To Meet Tonight Far
Consideration of Proposition ,
Andrew Carnegie win give 12.50
with which to erect a library In Ore
gon City. A letter received here
Wednesday from the private secre
tary of the ironmaster gave this In
formation. The trustees of the Li
brary Association will meet toolgnt
In tha Commercial Club parlor to
consider the proposition. That it will
be accepted la a forgone conclusion.
The credit for obtaining thla magni
ficent offer la largely due to Mra. W.
8. llHen, Secretary of the Library
Asaoclatlon, who made the suggestion
that Mr. Carnegie be appealed to, and ,
li T Mr Rain, ax-nrealdeut. ana
one of the trustees, who Informed Mr.
Cargenle aa to the conditions existing
in thla city. At tne annual meeting;
of the association held about one
MAtith slam Mr MrRjsin WAI ADDOiOt4
UHuvm eaaw a-. - -
a committee of one to "Obtain a Car
negie Library." The paper mm man
Immediately "got boay ana in a ie
ter to the steel magnate told all about
TO OPEN JANUARY
Great Holiday Reduc-
Schmidt Bout I ; pbice of cEMnwnois increased
(A good temady.)
(By thc Lubln Ce.)
I Committee Is Instructed
try vlmti'd this city recently. Mr.
Hv rte thnt If a river and har
bor hill Introduced at the proa
rnt rw.ion of 1'ont.ress he would see
...... .1.. ini..rats of Clackamas coun-
t Mava tv ero tnken ci.re of. He will try
T0 H'VV 1 r. t un appropriation to dredge the
Crushed Rock Put On Seventh , ,wr h,.re and Portland lo
Str..,-Tr..l,. Ordsrsd i "XSlX
In . ttr and cunty did more to aid
. .k- .. J! i hi. work than those of any
In Two Parts
Something very good
The last rk. - .w ,,.,,rr
r.tv rtninrll. as at pn-ent con.muy--. - - . (,iilrict
visited on his trip
m ild Wedursuay ei-"'"a- -
aa held eu -wnlng "Bnterprt
(Continued on page two ) i
purchased a splendid assert
nt of R0U0H NECK and AUTO
MOBILE SWEATERS, COATS FOR
y0UNQ MEN AND Y0UN0. LADIES,
thay arrlvad o lata. . Wa will
' thant out at ONI-THIRO OFF.
our Main Street Window Die-
Not Like Othere,
th and Main a.
YOU are invited to hear the
rt . Records for January
n,.ThrTr. T. ""'TrMcN.u.Mo,
Golden and Hughes
A.. Maria (Adapted to
. as.-J.inarky Sketch)
"on 4, B-nio c-
Roamin in the wo.n..
Sem. from the Sultan of StJu Q
Sweet Hour of Prsye'. Trinity ar
17013 i,, L. Croat of Chriat
aa w - ... - - - ,
CLACKAMAS CHAPTER AND
MULTNOMAH LODGE IN
MORE THAN 125 ATTEND CEREMONY
Grant B. Dlmick Toastmaster At
Blj Banquet Philharmonic
The Feast of St. John waa fitting
ly observed by Clackamaa Chapter
nnvai Arch Masons, and Multnomah
i Mn-i - a.- V. and A. M.,' at
u....n'i, wall Wednesday evening.
More tban 120 Maaona were present
and after the Installation of officers
. K.nmiot waa Berved. Grant B. Dlm
ick was toastmaster, and toaaia were
responded to by Thomaa r. Kyan, j.
Walker, wunam twaru, ju-i'
i ,i,rh Uvv StlDD. B. P. JWnas,
r- avail I : - w. liTlu. l . w.
Vminr M . I. LAtOUretie, v. w
. i ur a Hhnwman.
n r tha blstorio uaya 01
V7 1 1 v. - . A
Masonry, the day of St. Jonn, is aept
k th craft throughout the length
i . k nf tiA world.
aim uim , .i
T-k.. i..to n. nr orncera dt neiu-
Ing High rrlest John H. Walker, of
r'lul.nmaa t haoter. nu DJ luuui-o
ii.M..in rrmonv. Beautiful
1IIIUIVD-..- ... ..
....). waa sudd led by me ruunar-
ti,, fnlnvni Officers 01 m"""
. . xi i wpra maimutni iui
man - n
..! aar wartDlutui maq-
tne "" . -
tar .J. 8. Walker: senior waruu,
a rhanman: junior
Henry u aiaj , ....
La"1"""' . I. Wol
. o.nirk I wimn. iiuu a.
tiearu, dt.... - .
drum: Junior Deacon, idwux..
mund; Senior Btewara, vo...
.a inninr HTfjwnru, m v .
t.PI W - a
wai. r kAmsi i jnnHm
Offlcera inaucu u,
Nn. I. Roval Arch Maaona
tui"i -' -
w ... '.. n.i.. txriniam Reard: King,
M Bo 8or.K C. J. BcW
an; cnapter oi in.
ley; Secretary, is. "Tf"'r"
t m Uadraa- Principal
II?"' r K. Meldrum: RoyU
An.li ranta n. i;nri . k
"M . . .. v Ar rm.
M.Atar- of Tbira veil, .
m. Qsrnnd veil. M. u
TrtU: m of First Veil. Clarence
Eaton; sentinel, t. " wf-.,
MORSE IS DYING.
WASHINGTON. Dec 27. A apeclal
frr-n AtlanU says:
"The truth about Cbarlea w. Morse
la that be la dying.
" Oh. I guesa I am dying." aald
Morse In response to a question that
waa asked. 'I donl mind that so
much; I'm not complaining. But I
wish to God some one would tell the
President that I am not a felon.
w l7. Mul rev. county clerk, an
nounced Wednesday that the registra
tion books for the nomination elec
tion will be open on January z, ana
those who (all to register, will not
k .hi to vote in the primary elec
tion in AprlL The books will be open
until April a, ana rrom pra a m
Id ay a. Tne cierg aiao buuuuw
that tha ' declarationa of candidates
k niad from January 1 to
rluh Inn Traa Tonlaht.
The CbrlBtmaa tree and entertaln-
tha Snnda achool of St.
Id &W. .UV V -
Paul's church will be held tnia eve
ning at 7:30 o'clock In the banquet
-nn, rr tha Maonnle Temple. A large
tree baa been provided and gifts of
-j. mwiA imiim win h riven to
each child. Profeesor Eager will pro
vide musicians, and a happy time la
expected. Parents, relatlvea and the
little frlenda membera of the Sunaay
school, are welcome.
(Continued on Page J.)
Whiskies, Brandies, Wines
January 1st 1912.
All goods guaranteed
sad satisfaction given
D. M. Klemsen
421 Main Street
Hurley Bs (2-
Here's a present for
every man in this town
RIGHT now you w.ll have the advantage of the lowest priqes
we have ever quoted on fine clothes. You cannot think .
of a better purchase than one of these . . .. ..
Hart Schaffner & Marx
suits or overcoats This season we re going to move the
faster than ever, get them out of the way offspring clothes
ing in soon. Here's the list of prices:
Your choice of any Hart Schaffner & Marx
Suit or Overcoat
in the Store fof ( .
A lot of 80 Suits all sizes-Good colors.
Worth 15.00 to 18.00
Sale Price $9.80
PRICES TOO HIGH FOR
WASHINGTON. D-fl. t7.-A further
hearing regarding the "
mnal at Oregon City wll be held I by
the board of engineers in this city
tne do wi of -way on
both the eaat and west aldaa of the
river are deemed prohibitive and If
tha improvement a T"
j.-n.iinn. nrnnaDir wm
aary to acquire rights of ay.
With every Boy's Suit
we will give one .
Boy's Fine Cap
Large Stock of new suits to select from at
Clearance Sale Prices. .
One lot of odd sizes worth $4 to $5 '
Sale Price $2.98
Oregon City's Big Department Store
ASK FOR RED TRADING STAMPS