OREGON CITY ENTERPRISE, FK1DAV, DHCKMMKIi Z 1!M0. 4 Oregon City Enterprise "J ninny counties. But too many "need- roads can be built, ex-en when Published Every Friday en can fmm(, ,0 IoRn ,h(, nwMy E. BRODIE, Editor and Publisher. Counties can go too fast as easily as Individuals. The borrowing power of Entered at Oregon City, Or, Post- a county has Its limit of safotv n offloe . sooond-clas. matter. .M ns tho czon tmmlng a pRrt of ! 8ubcrlptlon Rates: 1,g government. Then, too, the cost One; Year ..$1.50 of roaJ ovpn w,,on ,ne county can Blx ; Months .75 P? la(,lv the money borrowed to build Trial Subscription, Two Months .25 It may be in excess of tho normal use Subscribers will find the date of ex- should receive much careful consid- piratlon stamped on their papers fol- ,, . . . , , lowing their name. If last payment Is e,tlon nd hcn 8"ch taw ,s not credited, kindly notify us, and "r,ed- 11 should be hedged about with the matter will receive our attention, all possible safeguards, that the small Advertising Hates on application. NEW LAWS PROPOSED. home owner may be protected In his home-making proclivities. CHRISTMAS DEMAND ELLIS FILES SOU OREGON GROWN FRUITS AND SAYS KITZMILLER ACCUSED HIM VEGETABLES IN PLENTY AND OF THE VERY BEST. OF STEALING FENCE POSTS VIGOROUSLY DENIES CHARGE. The rumblings of impending battle at Salem this winter are already to lc heard. Promises of a busy ses sion are many, and both sides to the great battle that was fought the past year are lining up with bills that are certain to precipitate a young war early In the year. One bill that Is promised from Multnomah county Is an amendment James J. Hill played Santa Claus this week by visiting Oregon and promising new railways. Extensions of the Oregon Trunk IJne from the present proposed terminus at Rend south through Interior Oregon, the pushing of the Vnlted Railways to Tillamook and the building of an lnde- ' pendent Hill passenger station in Portland were some of the things the Empire Builder outlined. to the present initiative enactment, i One plan under discussion is to make - " it necessary for each signer to an ! Tne O"1" Agricultural College Initiative petition to take oath that "1 "i""n'e " annual special he Is familiar with every phase of short co"es for farmers on January the proposed enactment Friends of 3 and the ntntlon ' l'e offered the Initiative think ther see In this a yesr is Probably the best since bill an attack on the initiative prln- ,nese co"3 wer rted several clple, ; years ago. Experts in the various The maniDulation of a W or tn. ' branches have been secured and the sure has much to do with whether It ork ex,end over vcrloi is good or bad. It is not the present of slx weks law that is bad but the abuse of it. And that it was sadlv abused Is evi-! would have perhaps been the denced by the multiplicity of mea-' wisest course for the constitutional sures voted on at the late election, 'convention of Arizona to have side- many of which should never have tracked the question or recalling been submitted to the whole people. Jndces and amended the constitution Now. is the Individual to be com- by the initiative to provide for it polled to go to the Countv Clerk to &f"?r " M accepted by congress and make his affidavit, as It Is rumored Taft, However, the Arizona spirit Is in connection with the new amend- not inclined to be meek and humble. ment? If so it is easy to see that the evil proposed Is far in excess of the n,ere are other evils In Portland laxness of the present law. The stan- besides the moving pictures our dard of fitness of the signer may be preaChers don't like. Some of them raised so high as to put the matter are ten thousand times worse. The away and beyond the people's power mmoral wages paid women, for in to perform and Into the hands of the Btance. few who wish to and will most cer- tainly manipulate things to their 11k- Another new measure proposed pro Tides for the construction of a state highway. Properly planned and safe- guarder such a departure would cer- tainly work out good results. But this is another case where the working ont of the proposed plan means every thing. State supervision, if it per mitted the spending of the larger por tion of revenues in the locality where the tax was raised, and a small per centage spent on central arteries of transportation, would soon work out great good to the whole people of the State. But a "robbing of Peter to pay Paul" would only work to the good of Paul, and Peter would soon kick over the traces. The third proposition, that of put- Hongkong the Luxurious Hongkong, with Its luxurious hotels, Its princely clubs. Its rich and Influ ential banks, boused In splendidly con structed and beautifully designed buildings; Its shipyards and graving docks able to care for the largest ves sels: Its miles of warehouses bursting with wealth; Its yellow sailed fleets laden with silks, tea, sugar and pre cious porcelains; Its commerce almost as great as that of New Tork; Its botanic gardens hnng amid delightful rlllas overlooking a harbor that In a city in Itself and that floats 10.000 sails; Hongkong, with Its wonderful temples of ornate teak roofs. Its Idols of a hundred sects. Its French cathedral. Its forts, garrison and naval life. Its Hap py Valley race course all at the end of white man's civilization. Supreme from the peak on which It rests, tu well bred aloofness it looks askance at sordid Asia, whence It sprung. W. J. ting state convicts to work on the roads, as also the inmates of the' Aylward in Uarper"s Magazine. local Jails, workhouses and city prls- ( ons is a good one. It is good in two : ways first in the men being enabled ! IDENTIFIED BY FRIEND. to pay for their keep, and second, , working the men in the outside air r- J ... hi t i : 1 1 j rrcu oicvcna iidmc ui man r:iicu By S. P. Train. proving a wise move from the stand- Dolnt of healthfulness. As we under-' stand the proposition state prisoners i would be worked on state highways, ; uuiu . , Fred Stevens is the man who was county prisoners on county roads ana ;kled Wednesday morning by a train city prisoners on the city streets just south of Aurora. He was iden eaeh governmental division profiting tified by S. Wunder, with whom he by the number of bad men it could ! worked in the Elk Horn Stable in Oregon City. Stevens was 28 years catch and hold. ;of age an(j ieavea a wjfe at Browns- One feature pertinent to the propo- vjne hut tney had not been living to sition seems to have been overlooked: gether for some time. He was at the In case there is some one dependent stable until 1 o'clock Wednesday . , . . morning, when he boarded the over- on the prisoner there should be i,an(i train an(1 evi(k,nt!y fe frora a provision for the fullest net value of ; coacn near Aurora and was Instantly services being put to the support of ; killed, his head being severed from those so dependent, the state, county! his body and an arm amputated. He , . ij i ttnn worked at the stable last Tuesday. cny nut c...e - "'Stevens has a sisier. Mrs. Austin, re siding at Oreeon City. The remains were buried at Aurora Thursday. I . i With Christmas coming on there, J. I Ellis hna filed suit In the fil ls a good demand In the local markets cult court against A. J. KlUinlllor, for poultry, especially fur seeso, tur-! through his attorney, A, Hansen, for keys and chickens. Turkeys nave nomination or diameter. only arrived in this oily so far In! Ellis was accused by A. J. KiMintl- small lots, but by Saturday morning ler of stealing and carrying away there will probably be a good duply. ; three wagon loads of fence pouts. There have been no heavy frosts: Kills claims that he was brought ho to Injuro the vegetables, and now, al-1 fore the Justice of the peace, Edwin though midwinter, the markets are .Bates, of Estacada. en June 3, and af (Med with vegetables, all of which , ter being detained fur about five hours are Oregon raised. The only Callfor-; he was given his freedom until June nla vegetables that are now being : 13. when he waa again brought before received here are the sweet potatoes, 1 tho Justice of the peace. After the Oregon celery .lettuce, radishes, tur-j latter had heard the evidence. Ellis nips, cabbage, rutabagas, potatoes, : was dismissed. The charge was pub onloiis. dried and fresh cauliflower, i llshed In the Estacada Progress, and boots, carrots, turnips, parsley. j was extensively spoken of by the eltl- Anmug the fruits that are In tln;eis of t'laeknmas county, which has markets (or the holiday trade are caused the accused man much distress oranges, lemons, apples, dates, bana- and humiliation, and he claims that nas, grapes (California!, pineapples, 'he has boon damaged to tho sum of grape fruit and pears. Some of the , i;,oo. lih costs and disbursements, best Oregon apples are to be obtained j . In the markets at $1 per box. TW0 AGGRESSORS FINED. An ofter of li cents on j;i bales of hops was made lo C.eorgo U 's? Oscar Smith and Wm. Freeman Plead Tuesday by a Salem firm, tupi'tns . Gumy ,nd p, t:5 Ecn the season's market so far reported, j Uose declares that this Is n bona tide j 0si.ar Smn Rm, Wm rr,Mlllini of offer, but states it Is confidential and ranomi,hi two S)orIa w(th ilH.a f,,,,,,. refuses to divulge the name of the , Ba pKst:Ji ,m,( n,u.k firm, as he said the concern la Hrt;on ,hr,w ,(H.k ,OVll .-ridav nlitltt kilos short on the I'liieus failure and ,,, mjlKht , , flht ,, it would be suu-ldal to divulge tho H..ii,M.k .,. hllrt .,, ,u firm's name. Rose states that he has refused their bid. MARKET REPORT Quotations furnished by Oregon City Commission Company: Buying Grain Wheat. 75fiSiV: per bushel: oats. $2.".CL'6 per ton; barley, f-i per ton. Hy Best clover, new $i;Tl3 per ton; timothy, new $15020.00 per ton; grain hay. new. $12014.00; straw, $4.0OS5 00 per ton. Fruits and Vegetables Apples, 25cS"5c per box. Dried prunes, 50-tiOs, new crop, 4ff 5c per lb. Onions. $1 fi 1.25 per sacK. Potatoes, new, 80090c per sack. Cabbage, $10 1.25 per cwt. Eggs, Butter and Dairy Produce Eggs, 40c. Butter Creamery, 60CT65C per roll; country, 45g 50c Poultry Old hens, fat, 1213c; mixed, 10 12c;spring chickens. 11 (f 12c. Ducks, 14 lac. Geese, 10c. Dressed Meats. Hogs, 125 lbs. to 175 lbs., fancy, 10 Cllc Veal, fancy, log lie. Hides, Wool, Mohair, Etc Sheep pelts. 10c per " charged false knuckles were used. Of ficer Cooke came upon tho scene a little later and arrested Smith, who was lodged In the city prison until his hearing Saturday before Justice Sam son. Smith was fined .'". On Saturday the Bullocks swore out a, warrant for Freeman, who plead tullty when arraigned and was fined $25 by the same officer. Justice Sum son, when delivering sentence, said that he would hand out stiff sentences until such rowdyism on tho rlty streets was stopped. Saturday night Freeman was on the streets consoling with friends, when Mayor Carll happened along. That official stopped and talked to the young men and to Officer Cooko. who happened by at the time. In the course of his remarks Mayor Carll said to the officer (hat It would have been a good thing had he pushed those wanting to fight Into tho middle of the street and let them fight It out among themselves. At the Portland Theaters LAST CAR LEAVES FOR OREGON CITY AT MIDMCHT "THE DOLLAR MARK." pie. Its scenes vary from the. liearl of the IliH'ky Mountains to n powerful One of ths Greatest of Modern Dramas hanking Institution In Wall street and at the Baker Next Week. 'thence on hoard a ship lit sea. and It Is filled wllh lliiilllug HltiialluuN, ill'- Amither sensation like was created jaoililng plot, liuense oUiiiiixcn and by the first production of the great lllehesl comedy. H a mailt llu'liui In llelaseo play, "The lilrl of tlio (loldeii a struggle between one self iiiaile mail West," will occur next week lien j and a uilahty I rust for vital ponses Baker Stock Company offer fur the slons and flnniielul supremacy. The first time hero the powerful llroaib love element U strong and constantly hmst laiov play, "Tim Dollar Mark." i creeps In Just ns It lines In every day It Is one of the vear's most luipurlaul stage offerings, If not THE mosl Im portant of all of them. Will I en by two of America's foremost play wrights, (ieorge Itroadhiirst, niHlior of "The Man of the Hour," and ('has, T. IMioy who gave lo the stage "In Old Kentucky." It combines the best efforts of both of them, and when re cently presented at the Belasco thea tre in Im Angeles, so startled theatre goers of that elly, that it run eleven weeks, playing lo nearly 100,000 poo- life, What would any play be with out It? Next week at the linker Is also of special Inleresl a It Inlroiliie- on with the company Thurston Hall the new leading man, and lliemla Fowler, I lie new second unman, both III powerful noting roles, "The IKillar Mink" will open Sunday iimilneo and (here will be a special Christinas mill loco Monday as well as the rogu lar Wednesday and Saturday mall nees. tiet your senis III advance. They are now on mile. ASKS $20,000 DAMAGES. Southern Pacific Sued by Thos. Evans for Loss of Leg. The damage suit of Thomas Evans vs. the Southern Pacific Railroad Company, In whlrh Evans asks for $20,001) for tho loss of his leg, which was filed in the Circuit Court in this lb. Hides, green, 45c lb.; dry. 12Q13c.c"-v- ha be'n transferred to the Fed Wool, 15016c lb; mohair. 30c Cascara Bark, 3Q3Mc per lb. Children Cry FOR FLETCHER'S CASTOR I A SOCIETY j era! Court upon motion of tho de- I fondant's attorneys, on the grounds i that It Is not a local concern, but 'that It Is Incorporated In the state of i Kentucky. i The accident over which tho dam age suit arose occurred nt Oswego, in September, 190P, when Evans was run over by a passenger train, his leg being severed above tho knee as a result. Evans Is well known In Clackamas county, and hns been n resident of Heaver Creek for the putt IS years Gordon E. Hayes and Charles D. Ijitourette appear as at torneys for Evans. W v.VJI- Vrj-i Kim PA p . -Mi , ! V r. . v- .... . . t ' I Seen, From "The Dollar Mark," at Baker Theatre, Wtek December 25th. The dancing party given by Milton I Price at the Armory on Saturday I night was a dwlded success. Many attended from Portland, Milwaukie. Canby and this city. Tno music was furnished by the Farmer orchestra of six pieces. VERDICT FOR DEFENDANTS. Bill of Sale Produced to Prove Con tentions of Winners. Christmas at Baptist Church. with the family of the one so unfortu nate as to be in the tolls. As we have said before it is not eo much the law, its character or its scope, as the acceptance in good faith of its tenets and the putting Into ef fect its provisions in such a way as to get results. But with people at I unif-r l,le direction of Mrs, U M. .... .... i vi Olmstead. recently of Boston, who is all times hunting for a loop 0, lhe ,eaJer o( lbe ch(lir, The pas through which to ciawl it is a hard tor wjj preach sermons appropriate matter to get onto the statute books to the day. On Monday evening the At the Baptist church next Sunday the congregation will be favored with a number of fine musical selections laws that will do the work for which they were intended. Last of all comes a proposition to I permit counties to issue bonds for road purposes. This is another mea- sure around which gather good and bad features. If the money will be spent wisely there is no doubt but what it would prove a good thing in Sunday school will give a Christmas program at the close of which a so cial time will be enjoyed. Antiseptic Remedies destroy disease germs, Dr. Bell's Anti Pain is an antiseptic remedy for ex ternal and Internal pains, relief Is al most itistantenous. Sold by all dealers. A quiet wedding took place at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ji;hn Hosey In In the Circuit Court here Thursday afternoon the Jury In the suit of Henry Ktdderbiisch vs. Proctor & Beers fur $1200 damages relurned a verdict for Greenpoinl Thursday night hen I ,np defendants, who were represented FOREIGN LANDS We issue draffs payable in other countries. Whenever vou have oc casion to send money to foreign lands it will pay you to send it through this bank. The Bank of Oregon City THE OLDEST BANK IN THE COUNTY Miss Mary Hosey became the wife of V, Thomas V. Ryan, while IVKen & Charles Schram. Onlv the members j ifwi appeareii ror iiiuuornusm. of the bride s familv'were present. I " wns contended by the plaintiff that The ceremonv was perform d by Hev. Pr'K-tor & Beers, who are sawmill S. A. Havwo'rth. pastor of the Kirst ownor. rut timber from his land, and Baptist church. Miss Anna Hosev i " wns nlendi'd by the defense that was bridesmaid, and Frederick E. ! ,he ",n,,'r :"i been sold by Uldder Haves of Portland acted as best man. ! h"rh lo "" defendants, who pro The couple have taken up their resl-', a t'11' l f""- $l"n- Justice denre in one of the Sullivan cottages;0' ' l' T. fi. Jonsrud of Kelso, on Main street, between Tenth and , testified to acknowledging the slgnn Eleventh. Both parties have resided I '"res to the hill of Bale. The rase In Oregon Ciiv for many years, and i w'" ,rie,J '"" J"1"? f U H are well and 'favorably known here. I follows: Dan Watts, A. J. Harken Mr. Schram Is one of the proprietors ; ria,'r- Kr('d flerber.. Fred Gross, S . of the Grand Theater. r;- Klelnsmlth. Alison Baker, B. E. l.lndd, Henry Thlessen, T. J. Itralie, S. Mr. and Mrs. .1. II. Myers celebrated j K- Mreen, (i. M. B. Jones. their 20th wedding anniversary at their home on Twelfth and Jackson j GETS STIFF SENTENCE, strpets Sondav afternoon. Several of . the sisters of Mr. Mvers. accomuanied I James Shell Coffrran Pleads Guiltv to l,v th.lr fnmilli.s nnil thn mother of Charge of Gambling, Mrs Myers Mrs. A. Hart, were pros- James Shell Coffman, Indlr'el by em.' A handsome Havlland china din- Knd Jury on a charge ol gam- ner set was presented to the hostess bllng a' Estacada.-changed his plea and host. A sumptuous dinner was . "f '-"'i"y Wednesday iif'ernooii. served and the table was prettily 1 "f; w l Indicted on three counts, and decorated for Ibis occasion. Present , "' the first Judge Campbell Imposed u-..ro tr K s Cook and daughter a fine of f Km or r.O days In the county Dnih i.t Portland- Mrs John I j-ichl-; Jail. On the oilier counts a fine of wels and daughter Margaret, of '.is Imposed on each, with the C'larkes: Mr. and Mrs. Robert lleatie alternative of 2.V) days In J'HI. but ami children fharles. ItolieM. John. J'Ub'e Cailipbi-ll paroled f'offttll.n on Air,! -,n,i i .ours. ir iin.i i I. I' (he latter counts, during good hehii- Willlams, Mrs, A.' Hart, Robert' I.lnti, v.'"r. Coffman has not yet paid his Martha, Fairfax, John and Annie My- n" ,iml H !" J- Wilt Have Their Trial January 6. ' A nrit f tr u'(.tKllni U'HU fl in n -Ht Ernest and Frank Pltten, living i Wednesday afternoon at the home of 'I"ks the Willamette and three mile Mr and Mrs. Clav Creen, of the West ! "t f ty, were juralgiied be- I fide, when their daughter, Miss Anna,'""; Justice W. W. H. Simeon at I') iA firet-n, became the wife of J. J. o'clock Wednesday morning on Him Talbot, of Portland. The ceremony charge of using oIkic-io and profauo was performed by Rev. J. It. Lands- lan:ru:ice on the public highway, and borough, In thn presence of the rela- I" the presence of (. S. Freeman and ' fives and a few friends. The bride family, among those present being i wore a handsome Princess gown of several ladles. The dale of tho ul ; gray silk, and carried an arm boquet leged offense was rx-cembor fl, and of white chrvsantheniums. The young the place on the public highway some j couple were the recipients of many three miles west of this city. Others I handsome gifts. ! living In thn neighborhood were also ! A sumier was served, after which , P- eHenl when I he offense alleged was the bride and groom left for Portland, ; committed. Justce Samson, on tho their future home. : young men pleading not, guilty, set The decorations were very artistic January fi as the date for trial, and and attractive. Evergreens and white released them on llielr own recognl-. chrysanthemums were used In great j zance. profusion. The tables were corre- I I ifHEBURGOMASTER 6 r liii i 6 This is the chief requisite for making Perfect Bake Day Foods. i WYM, Absolutely rure The only Baking Powder made i Royal Giape Iff frora Royal Gape l rth Cream of Tartar tin made from gtapes TfJ IcJI No Alum 1(11 No Lime rhosphato "BURGOMASTER" OPENS TODAY Tuneful Musical Comedy' Christmas Attraction at the Helllg. f)ur local amusement inauaxers an ipilte busy nt present arrauulng ihidr "menu" f'ir the present season, tlf course of all the first class attractions scheduled to appear at the Helllg for j trodured; many catchy, spondingly decorated. Burial From Home of Daughter. Erlckion Fined $400. August Krlekson, proprietor of Clackamas Tavern, near Parkplace, was before Judge Campbell In Circuit The funeral of the late Mrs Mary fWt A,om)' on h0 charge of . A. Sharp, who died last Thursday at , , h t c , pI,.a the home of her daughter on the Mo lalla Road, took place at 10 o'clock Saturday morning from her late resi dence. Rev. S. A. Hay worth, pastor of the First Baptist church, officia ting. Mrs. Sharp was a native of Mis souri, and wag bf-rn In 1841. She is was guilty and tho Judge fined, him $100. He paid the fine. HEWETT, BRADLEY 4 CO. Highest Grade Men's Wear. Thn uh.ir, .f 1 1, tt l , nl urn a UinflnWM. survived by one daughter, Mrs. Lo-; Tnrfifi ,orty.fr Washington street., reiia M. Saunders. t Between Seventh and Park, Portland. C, Weltibnrg. who, by Ihe wav, will he seen III his original purl of Peter Htuyvesalit, the Burgomaster of New Amsterdam, will be the strong attrac tion at the Helllg next Friday to Moll day. The hook has been slightly at tered, to better It, Ihe dialogue bright ened up, and diinclng numbers all gone over and several ih-w ones In- lining, wills- the winter none will be welcomed tlcahlo songs Inlet imliiled, while all IllOri! f'IH'l IMISI) lllilM 1 III ItUI Kl- J I IMI IMIKHOII II I ' S IHIVO lll'l'll lMIIIM master" with that sterling actor, tins. : The cosliiiuliig, rem rntigliig ami a C. Weltibnrg ns Peter Hiuvvesiinl, the general comiilete ri nov'ftt Ion will be old governor of New Amsterdam. I'lx-i noted. Mr Welulmrg will be support ley ami l.nder have written niioiy ed by a company of ftfiy people In musical successes, namely: "Prime eluding Ihe original Kangaroo tilrls, of I'llsen," "King Dodo," Woodland" and "Crand Mogul" but It was In the! greatest of all these, "The Burgoinas-j The greatest earn posnlbli. has been ler," that they scored their first great I exercsed n funning this season's pre and everlasting triumph. The present acntlng coinpnny for the I'lxley and seasons offering Is the new edition of this musical masterpiece, and Man ager Cullen has given II a auinpliioiia mounting. "The Burgomaster" Xmas Attraction at Helllg Theatre. The merry musical comedy hucccs, "The Burgomaster," will be the at traction at Ihe Helllg theatre, 7lh mid Tavlor streets, Portland, for 4 tilghtii, beginning Friday, December 23. Bar gain price matinee Saturday. Spec ial price Xmas matinees Sunday and Monday. "The Burgomaster," a musical com edy In a new dress, thanks to tins. HEILIG THEATRE 7th Taylor Streets Phones Main 1 and A-1122 Special Xmns Attraction 4 Nights Beginning Friday Dee. 23. Bargain Matinee Saturday, 13, 3.r)( 50c Bring tho Children. Popular Price Xmns Matinees Sunday and Monday, 25, 35, 5'l, 75c, $1. The Favorite Musical Pluy "THE BURGOMASTER" With Hie Original Burgomaster Gus Welnburg Excellent Cast Complete Production Catchy Music Fun Pretty Girls Evening Prices: $1.50, $1, 75, 50, 35, 25 cents. Seat Sale Opens Wednes day, Den. 21. l.uder'H musical comedy success, "The lliirgoinaster." Manager Win. P. Cub len has engaged most of the original company Including (ins. ('. Welnhutg for ills original part of Peter Sluvve- saut, the old one lewd governor of New Amsterdam. Mr. Welnburg will he supiioitcd by U company of 50 peo ple. The dale for Mils engagement Is December 23 for four nights, with niallnees Sunday and Monday at the Helllg thculri COUNCIL ACCEPTS .ELEVENTH STREET (Continued from Page One.) present that certain thlmts not Just satisfactory lo them could not be rhntged up In the contractor. A f"W minor details that would have Im proved conilllloini had not been put In the contract and so coutriict"r could not be blamed. Two ordinances pruvldlng for the establishment of gradn on Sixth and Monroe streets ern read second time and passed. SCOTTISH FOLK SOCIAL. OLE OLSON COMING. Great Swedish Dialect Play at the Bungalow all Next Week, "f)!e Olson," honest, good natitreil. whole hem-tod and simple, Inn true and chivalrous as a llayatd, has long telalued a firm grasp on the affec tions of thealergoeiH and has sur vived enough years of coiillnuons pre sentation to warrant the placing of Ibis delightful character creation In the same category which holds "lllp Van Winkle," "Uncle Joshua Wblt comb," and others of that popular class. The play Is a happy blending or humor mid pathos, ami a truthful delineation of I ho development of the untutored Swedish Immigrant boy In to an honest and respected American clllzcn. During thn action of tho play "Old" will slug "Fair Und of Sweden," "Strawberries," 'mid "Northland Lul laby." It will be played hero at Ihe Bunga low nil ('IiiIhIiiims week by nil excel lent company and a thoroughly enjoy able performance Is assured. Flrsl performance Sunday miillnee. Spec ial mutltien Monday, Thursday and Saturday. Try It, Try It Try Dr. Bell's Antiseptic Salve for all skin troubles. It Is as pleasant ns sweet cream and guaranteed to give satisfaction In worst cases. 25c a box. Jones Drug Co. HEWETT, BRADLEY & CO. Highest Grade Men's Wear. The shop of the handsome windows. Thron forty-tour Washington Hlreot., Between -Hevonlli and Park, Portland. "Rlcl.t Cold Time" Promised For the Evening of January 23. An niK'uii'tiilon of Scottish folk and Hint lilt hns been affected with thn Intention of coming together at times In social gatherings and mutual en joyment. The flrsl "rlchl guld time" will be a social on Ihe "lllcht" of Bole hie Burns' anniversary, January 25, when "hiillh lads ami lassies will meet an' hue a coy time." Those Interested or wishing to lake part will hand or forward lln-lr names to Major C. S. Noble, the chairman, N. H. Cn dell, the secretary, or O .W, McUirty, chairman of the committee on ar ruiiKcmculs. The musical program Is III rharg" of tho Pattersons and Kennedys, Will Give Cantata. The I'lirkplacu Sunday school nnd church will give a Chrlslmns cnnlala entitled, "How We Waited For Simla Clans," In Ihe assembly room of tho Parkplace school building on Friday nlghl, December ?3. There will bo no admission c hit i . Baraar at West Oregon City School. The public school In West Oregon City gave n hn.aar on Saturday night In Ihe assembly room of Ihe school bonne. Miss SchmldH's class In sew ing nnd rnffla work had for tuilo ninny articles produced hy themselves, nflo several weeks of careful effort. Tho pupils sold home made eoiifnclloncry. The receipts amounted to nearly $10, WANTED Old Uubbers, Copper and Brass, for which I pay highest price, J. II. Mattley, Seventh Street. THE DEMAND for experienced auto men Is gteaiiir every day. Wo will leach you In our own shop, In two weeks, lo drive and euro for till makes of cars. Practical, thorough and complete Instruction day or evening. Angolas Auto Academy, office, 11201 Washington St., room 415, Portland, Oregon. MISS ADA BEDWILL, agent for Iju dies' Homo Journal, Hnliirdiiy Ev ening Post, Oregon City Enterprise, all periodicals. Special rate on Woman's Homo Companion and McCluro's, $2for tho two. tf rircUTSCHBIt VEItHlN" 6fOI115- gon City moots second Saturday after noon in each month at Knnpp's hall In Winter and In Schnoerr's Park, Wlllamutto, In Summer. Ous Bchnoerr, provident; Rudolph Seller, soorotnry.