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MORNINO ENTERPRISE.' WEDNESDAY,- JANUARY IS, 1911.
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OREGON CITY, OREGON.
TROUBLE S WITH THt SYSTIM
There has been complaint thai the
street Improvements have not been
pushed to completion with due spirit,
tV t. BRODIC, Editor and PubJIshsr, and that someone, should get busy
m , with a sharp stick. On the other hand
Application mad fnr Mcnae eleas prtri. i due ccnslderat Ion has not been" given
le at tha FnatoTfW at Oree-oa City, - , . . , .
OnNpJv uadw the Act e Cobtm if the city officials who havs 'supervision
March a, urs.
HMS Sf SCXSCUPTWN, j
One "'Tear kr mH .. . ' .l.Tl ftV
"la Moatha. by. mail , , , . . , . M
Kaw Mnatha. bjr mall..- I M
, rar wmi, by carrier .10
SUIT IS INSTUUIED
E MORY C. DYE. A LOCALnATTOR
NEY,' SUES MAKiAGCR OP "
of the work In question.
The uestqayatem of cItIc, Improve;
menu seems wrong, . It Is usual .to
leave . the supervision of theae n
t.. nd.y or the nomm.
iiui, 11 ............ .vi v,v Fnterprlse told the story or tne as-
vices. Then much time la demanded ; mm It on a townsman, K. t Pe, by
In the lettin and supervision' and Jithe - manager of the Uvrle theater.
due consideration U not given crltl- f Portland, on Saturday. Mr. l. could
. . .. ..... 7. I, ' find no cause in his own actions for
outcome la a suit
h w'i,y, clsm Is rife, la Oregon City Council j JZkuu7niiti
i. .... r -r 1 4 . -
nw than nrat par. par tarn I " i-'-
lew......... .lie k This is scarcely fair: either a rear
aonable salary should be paid or the (the following concerning the assault
critlcumm.de mild. In certain title. fc from ,he
Or lorn M a uiorrureui ia . rrj , , vr. Th-.pr ftaturda v afternoon due
(at law to teat the excuse for the as
I aault. The Telegram of Tuesday has
Fire Pa, par anon nnt tnaorttoi.
' 1rV Paiw. P-r Inch adto4 lartl.ns..se
nrrrrr poaiikat any par, pr Inoh
' W III inn
" addrd taeartlona
- sum papr xh
flrat la nli
Sun paper other than first paaw. per men
; JJ4 blKM-tkMM .T7....SC
Lorala J Do per Urn ; to rvcular advr
tln to Una.
Wania, For gala. Ta Rent. tr. on
arh addithNuU. J Marked towards a few officials, wtthj nK a rehearsal. C. Kraery lye. a son
r.lIIJwocfl!lTijr,?l!! .ta ,h l'kyf responsibility and commensurate sajof Mrs. Eva Emery lye. the historian
SrT ."vm"r tau? .ry and a holding to the proper pe 4 novelist c.u the arreat thl.
Ltn"rrrtrVhn! formance of duty. This Is as It should
taob for special pat4ttoo. our smaller cities the earlier will be
'LrSiJZiix' ot "PTvlslon
ta KBtarprtaa. j n(i meritorious performance of coo-
Jcal advcrttalna- at leaal ad rt(aln ' , w
ratra.. tract . .
a'nV a.' 'JTT: 1 w,th npe official. s,.pervl
WORK AS REVIEWED
Ooveiaor Chamberlain were prlicl
iwl'y relating la Increases of salary
dr vsrlius rountjr.snd district offl
rra. Cbinlcrl.iln riercla'Pg bit pre
ri'gailve In rnnnevtUyi with all of
. ... ... . j these.' (rhar tetotis of hue bills
Initial Week Is Quiet tnd Little ! -r-, i;ry- ,Ti,VLl
I bard of trinities o the Mt-Uughlin
CCOmpli$h.ed Aside From , lli.me at Oirgn nty, a honuuliural
bill snd nhr minor measures
There were-JJ st-nate bills vetoed
morning of Daniel Flood, the manager
of the theater, on charge, of assault
and battery. lyr say. he waa taken
forcibly from the auditorium and
kicked into the street by the manager.
le. who Inherits his mother's liter
ary ambitions, ys he. Is prt aring a
play (Or publication, and It Is neces
sary for him to acquire a knowledite
ins- te special eoodittona coverntng the j ing the preparation, and Installation, of stage mechanics before he can fin-
, .. . ., ,fc ,v .n , . 1 Ish It. I'pon the Invitatlon of Tom
. J Fin ah" and Bankrupt fUJ- adrvr- m m,n 'n Up and Com- . J .w. ,,mi,n k .... ha went
ttaamenta tie inch rir.t 1-.,.-. .a,. ' . iv. : Inllon. the comedian, he says ne went
tronat Inarrttoaa u matter Slo Inch " I v '" i r.eu a.u. ;, th(l ,hrtter during the rehearsal
Salem. Aside from 'ornlatlnn
and elct'tlou of presiding oittcers very
little wasAccoitipllshed during Hie
luitlal week of the soanioti by H
state's lawmakers. ttoarcely tht
amlnatltiTbc(ore arcurlng s marriage
license; drPollig axrancy rllr
tUn of voters; eeijilon of bonds
from 'lakatUih; making . It . a .misde
meanor to circulate falae? slnleiuerits
groundwork of leclslatlon snd policy concerning the condition of .'bank; I Tha f.ubii.h of Th M.wmna Knur
as laid, during the' thr-e d tlieT filblfsKIng delinquent ia Hals; deflij
sokins were la sessions ' .1 ing; the boundaries of (hs and Curry
Although not la yenrs has the rtl counties; relating ,tj0hing near lth
week of lawmaking been marked byj wajts; providing for prtparatton of a
greater quietude wlta Indications of syllabi of supreme court cases; lr.
rather sedate session, before the ses Owens Adair sierllljiatit n bll; provld
slon la over there nuy ha some hla i Ing for organUstlon of new-roiunirs
grade politics played under the dlrec-! hd a number of bills lu reference to
tfon of Jay llowrnun. A H-cu!l.ir salaries for county officers
situation eilsts la both houses, and
Wc Issue drafts payable In other coun
tries. Whenever vou.havc occasion
to send money to foreign lands It will
pay you to send It through In Is bank.
The Bank of Oregon (
-T HJLALOt Tr9 AN KJHTp f C Oy tj
a a s ssb si es si eeeasBaiayi
FORUM OF THE PEOPLE
emi i and well written art i.ira ' with all possible alacrity, and there , He walked to the center of the and!
Wilis, m twrwmw vs ant t . . i . .
win b. .1.1. . 't,.tZZlj."'r will be no cause for worrr or com- tonum. wnere ns-rouw get a
E?.,.tun", Mnl ccootpan-, plaint In this day of WtJe It takes 1 vl"w ,na " ,,k,
leavey stamDS to prepay poata. . 1' , " . w , Tt told he neuro nUat -that he
time to make hi. own living, and a to the direction. When Klood csme to
city official with little or no salary i the seat to find out hla business, he
cannot be expected to devote any large 'said:. ; ''
portion of hi. time to the people.) JJm 1"J,!y,te"r"k T?,?, h!
. ' . . . -1 ! been Invited to come by Mr, IHIlou,
To, Introduce The Morning
Enterprise Into a large major
ity ot the homes In Oregon
City and Clackamas county the
management has decided to
make a special price for the
daily lame, for a short Urn
only, where the subscriber pays
a year la advance.
By carrier. . nald a rear tn
" By malL paid a year tn ad-
People who gave onr canvas-
see a trial subscription for one
or more months, at ten cents a
week, earn have the dally dellv-
; ; ered for a year for $3.00 by
paying a ear in advance,
' People who gave our caaraa-
. aer a trial subscription, by
malL for four months at a dol-
lar. may have the paper for a
year for $2.00, if paid a year in
Subscribers to the Weak!
EB2Jrta. may 'change their
subscriptions to the daily, re
- celring credit for half time on
the daily that the weekly Is
paid la advance. When they
choose to add cash to the ad-
vance payment equal to a full
year's advance payment they
may take advantage of the St
We make this special price
so that people who have paid
In advance on some other daily
and wish to take the Morning
Enterprise, may do so without .
too great expense.
business Just because he happens to v Klood told him again to go. and
sit oa the Council. A few men who when he still refused the fight started
have amassed a competence are to be There was a short wrestling match In
found who are nubile spirited enourh " ". ,. "" blch Dye was scratched
to give conscientious service On small
pay; but even In these cases It I. not
Officer. Against Emergency C'sut.
ttpeakvr Huak of the house add hi
voice to that of President Helling of
the senate In emphatic declaration
that emero ncy clauaes will havs hard
.Although the so-called progreaVve sledding during the irr. nt ! n of
Republicans are In the saddle In bott. the
legislature I'lra.lera lor einer
prtM 4tatlai maimalliiiil f,ir iKa ail
mmt irraad In Ilia i Ih Wa -pubjil(d
frmn lima la lime In lata roiuitin I'uii-
Holly la aiN'-n In an f(r to km Im. ad
OMN lh view lu lha puhll.lton of bulk
aiilra a ' qHMt I'lMnmunlealluos
null ema proily ai.nd ta Insure pub
lit a I Ion
Thinks There Are a Few Oeed "rem
. Editor Enterprise: Talr I'lay" Is
mistaken If he think, the "smoke of
battle has rleared away." And he Is
alao mistaken If he think, he ran
gloaa II over so as to make the "In
eanieat drya" feel as If they had won
inurh of a tletory. While It la true
' bat we gave the enemy a scare there
before the session progresses very far
complications may arise that' will re:
suit In a few political kv rockets
Proaresalwa staaui,!!.,-. ,,)M
F Ihit ,in.t,..n.u - - ill k.... . L.fi. i . . . I . . . . . . . . . . .
ib iiiua aaiiaiarimn in mil in line
who la const lentloualy dry
There waa sime Utile "smoke of
hranchea. It I. . ,.J ..i ' w. w . ' - . I battle.- hut that la not the worst of It
. Z - -. ..-u.... n.,. , eaect ...lhw ae mtich f-g In his lecture
"-"" nepurut-ani nose ui pumng taws into rrce. without
stnipsthle la the paat have not been j opportunity for use of the referendum.
f wly 4n-aceord-vMh-the-?-4t.MiwlU h told to halt unlMa-thaa-aiL
vjmirm. tien euing was , e!ecte4 j snow ahiolute necessity,
president of the senste with the. help The legislature Is the sol judge ss
of sowj four Republicans hovravejto the existence of the emergency..
nraccepted the entire Oregon With President felling and Keakr
aysrem. In the house: SMalreT-ieTTT Ituak atrwialr odikmuii in iirfiii..,..
on the fare.
The Deputy District Attorney gave
him a warrant reluctantly, because by
long until adverse criticism Is almost j his own statement be was a trespass
certain to make the coti'sclentiou. of- i r. but when he Insisted decldi-d to
flcial lose Interest.
Why not Oregon City take a stand
for proper conservation of effort and
cash and place some few officials In
chsrge, at fair pay. and then hold
tnera to the successful consutfinYartoir
let the court pass upodlhe merits of
the controversy. , r
BREACH OF PROHISf
of the work Trammed tot hem Why
not Oregon aty take a stand In the
front. rank of progression; why not
get Into line for the best there 1. tot
be had for the money to be expended?
Be up and doing, citizen, of the pic
turesque little city on the Willamette!
If the whole game" of Congress
was to get what plunder wa. In .Ight,
ALLEGED IN THE SUIT
MISS MARY E- CRONEN ASKS THE
COURTS FOR VERDICT AGAINST
W. B. MOORE.
CANBT. Or. Jan. 17. Walter Baker
,'and let what one could not aet ro to L'1 ?rid,I,, of ' CMnbr Canal
,.. .... ZJ? 8? Realty Co.. and a prominent figure
--B- .u-u uui . oamoenain ion tne buslneiw developments in this
and Bourne are a failure, and a failure , P'sce. has been sued In the Portland
of the rankest sort. But Is that the i coun ,or breach of promise by .Miss
whole same? Is It a e nr ..i ; warT t ronen. The allegations are
some )vrs sgo on "A Hrhal for
Hcandal." Ilav Talmase sH' there
waa not aWsys fire a here there wss
aiiiokij fiiFlia aM-rted t hsrtbe "De IV
knew how to make smoke where there.'
wss no fire. And In the recent ram
paign we saw the exemplification of
lhle--we saw before the battle of the
day of ballots much hare of promla
R,,.k ... w .. - :f I wwpptn-t-Hf ifxHff -eauaoa4iO
nrimuMuu. me .-coming sesaion not niaterlallte on election day. And
not classed as progressive. . . . msy be made rompsrsttvely free from the more us drys commune toaei her
cuncrrnlng .this manifeaistlon In ar-tu-ular
the more rinvlnred we a?e tnat
..The fun will begin when Senstor j too frequent use of be harmless look
Kellsher's resolution to Indorse the J Ing clause which so often tiring up
uregon system Is up ,for considers- the
tlon. The resolution w 111 be the are Introduced
means of placing on record the men
i lugiam j
tlr IV. i i. - i ...
vi v trnan aau snow a nere j
ech one. stands regarding the direct
primary. Initiative and referendum.
Ihla amfiL i tr I. a m i. . Ikw mk f
rear psrsgraph of bills when tney Uu Hatsnle' Msjesty."
iThe habit of .promising aupmrt on
election day seems widespread, and
, the Weight of that promlee sits lightly
In Ik. I. - - . .. .. , ' I V . - i . . ' . , H . . .
m Hvuav, unqer iu leauersaip i "'"iHtri," mnfr.
Tske Apportionments from SpesHer.
AT 2 P.M.
of lUloti, defeated candidate for
the recall, corrupt practices act and ! strsnuoui efforts were made
to. take out of the hands of Huaaker
Uos t lis nMl lh-wi-M-lf- LRu!!L,l ',M,IBlm,l".?U,,Jl "J-1 "" be Hind In the fart that ij
promise but few deliver Ihe gaids.
I may be a little hitler yet, and
may lake- some time-fur-that -blitauM
ne'ss to blow away; the reason fori
. Ing commit i
general and' specific attack on l'n'i..l
State. Senator Bourne and Incldm-' 11 hM brt'n f,Bk' charged by
tally upon Tnlted Stsiss Senator 'n1 hU c",,Ml" that In con-
Chamberlain. Despite the cnwlt!cn ' """""""n " Thomson s retirement
It Is believed there are enougl iro-
from the speakeVshlp coniest and bis
gtesslre Republicans and Democrat I '" ol "k conceded to
inorapson the naming of most of the
bouse committees, i.-
to adopt the resolution
Little I. Accomplished,
la tl.e senate no effort was msde
As to actual arconvMshnirnts, ! lo dpr!ve President Helling, as pre-
there have been few In th nrst week ' 'Wlag officer, of the privilege of corn-
There appear, to be , a tendency tn!"'0,!ln his own committees.
hold down the number of bills Intro
duced, for there have been but In
troduced, and of these only SO hsv
May Simplify County OWIsisn.
Solution of the - county division
question, so that a deluge of plan, for
It la easy for an areoplane to drop
axpIoalTea Into an Inoffensive city, but
; v- .oppose the city decide to "drop up"
PfoJoctllea into the machinery
of the areoplane? The success of the
, two method, have yet to be tried out,
but It la certain that the dty 1. not
Intending to .it Idly by while the areo
plane man does just a he mm flL
' ' ;
- 8peaker Cannon la a game Aid scout
T aBJr ovent Whenever he consider.
' that a member Is trying to assume the
- , prerogaUve. of the Speaker, Cannon
at once make, a ruling that gives him
tha whip hand. It I. then up to the
member to rally enough .upporter. to
overturn the Speaker, This was done
' : by nugerald, of New York, In a con
, tentloo over the power of the House
to discharge a committee, under the
new rules. The Speaker has always
, contended that this was hi. preroga
, tire, but after a hot contest Monday
. "v-- waa ucieaieo in his conH
xention and Cannon again went down
. - - la the face of the fact that pub
lished ana) j.l. of receipt, and expen
. dltnre. la railway operation show a
j M6W rata of profit la the operation
of 'the railways now than ever before,
V - atill railway manlpuuttor. continue to
- ciamor tor an Increase In rate.. Take
rho water out of tha railway .tocks
of tha country-whlch ha. BO bnslness
f in tha total aawta, and which must
ba eliminated before fair compuUtlon
caa be madeand tha result of rail
way operation will .how a good per
cent of profit, and as largo a per cent
r'tt" mor damoron. would
hare tha face to ask. Tha public is
nUtled to all tha facta when one sets
up a clamor "for more. "
hii. Vo. ....i. v -i, .u " -i-r"".. r'n to come rrom the houaa r....n. ...
i- . " n torT told Moor'' hM ffatedly . . , , " treatrng aew counties will not go oa
Inalghi? As we se tt the proposition , failed tp keep his engagements to wed. I " ,,UU,ur the ballot at the next eleeiii- i.
of .nvaml 1. i v.. '! rhinriii, lha Hot. n IK, Alt! . Shout 100 OT more nitla Inri4.. ..A L . " ' 'ectlOO, la hO-
.v- , . . . . oeeaalnna I tha .nrlml.. m ... . , "T ail
the breakina- in n San.tnr. .Ja r- occasions.
gremen to tha pie counter. I, I a , .uage her - grief" Moore I. ve"
case of sUtesmanahlp rather than of ; wealthy, has large Interests In Wslla
plunder-pulling. In that case we leave "alia, his former home, is son of Ex
to the reader to decide for himself
whether or not our Senator, are the
men we take them to be. In any
event don't think that we should "size
up our representatives by the size of
the slices of plunder captured; often
the man with the least principal but
with good trading proclivities can do
more in a game of grab and fetch,1
than the man of brain and conscience.
uoveroor Miies u. Moore, and Is a
business man of considerable Import
ance In the Rose City.
Mia. Cronen Is sald'tn tw an nlH
friend of the Moore, and the indignity I atll. the coming week.
neapeo upon ner by Moore, recent
treatment Is more than she can bear,
without financial relief. .
toe -printing office congested. Of the
( bills already presented, there are
few of first Importance. The big leg
islation, such as the new Judicial sys
tem, the compcnsstlon act. reappor
tionment for the new congressional
district.' and the- Ilka, will not appear
When Roosevelt was roasted at a
New York banquet Morgan led the
Go to Secresf. for that hot lunch
successor to Lents. 818 Mala' .treat.-
Bowermsn Plan for Districting State.
In hla message, to the legislature
Mr. Bowermsn recommended the dis
tricting of the state Into districts
eqlisl In number I
jgpyWhy Does It
mw anti biaaoNS af
The pre that ha. aWgned ltaelf
. , with tha men who want to grab avtry.
thing in .lghtP,and protest that there
are not other thine, to rrah rf.uh
in throwing atones at Ptnchot Don't
iorgex inat Flnchot la a patriot, what
ever hla faults. Ha la a man who
wisne. vi conserv. the many bleaainga
of nature to future feneration., but
i. - -i- .1 '
ia biik wiiung to aid tbl. one
rar a. it should go. ft ta possible
unewise probable-that pincbot makes
. jPMUkes, and that la hla enthusiasm
ha may go further Ja tha direction
that is pleasant for him to go than
I. Justifiable. But on tha other hand,
tha fact that hajg an enthusiast.. and
wants to do something for tha good
r unborn generatlona, makes him a
...an to whom consideration should ba
ilven. Wa can't afford to tgnor his
warnings, and while wa may not'a
ways agree with him wa think It at
least wise to analyze hla Statements'
tefora we throw them aslda. Clva him
: - J his words their due. ,
HE people believe that thej
MOBILES, MUST GO
TO THEATERS, MUST HAVE
DIFFERENT KINDS OF
AilLbLMENTS and .must hare
many other things more or less ex
pensive without which their fore
fathers got along well enough and
The people must remember that
in our day there ia a universal tend
ency toward ORGANIZATION
b every department of trade and
Throughout the United 8tates
there is today a continuous net
J0 of -indicates nd trusts,
'companies and partnership.
Wben corporaUons thus combine
i quite natural that mechanics
nd laborers shoald follow their
IS A CONTINUAL UN.
MTSTWEEN THS tMPLOYER
EMPLOYED, AND IT
tlirM II ttf a.. . . VB
" M0" BENEr,C.AL
r ,r... uunjDiTION COULO BE
OVE-COME. THERE SHOULO NOT
mr,u NaaD NOT BE ANY CON.
PUCT BETWEEN CAPITAL AND
LABOrt SINCE BOTH ARB sirra-a
ANDV-ri.Rr,THB PUBUC 0D
fy .. .... :: ; -
to the membership
Of the houaa anl IK. ......
JtLT Br..d thst ea. her to each branch of tt.T,T.,:,.r.
he baked; you can get It at Sehrader-s to be cho f,m ,k. ,..
Bakery, oa Mala street ae.r Postof- tabll.hed It . a. a-.-' Z .7 v
.. mmvwu mat toe
recommendation, of Mr. Bowrrman
I will be embodied In a bill. but. resard-
lea. of whether or not tbey are, it ta
incumbent on this legl.Iature to re-
district the state Into senatorial and
representative districts. Th. duty Is
imposed on the legislature by a pro
vision or the state constitution which
directs the" state's lawmaking body
shall so redlatrlct the stste followlna
I a state or federal census.
I w" Public Service Commission
Not fewer then two Mil. -m v.
a muu ..... I - "
r,i.nui,w.N Know. Ukae I offered on the subject of a public aer
""e-. I Vice Kiminl.iU.
One will propose
I such an orsanlanlf.n r k. .
are ben-1 , . , " "'
v. .,.1,, ln Multnomah County
r will ba state-wide In
BELIEVE that there
efit and efficacy in
pie s discontent The unr!Bt Its provisions. It . not im.mh.Ma
efit and efficacy in the peo- .lone. " Anoth
is caused by the people themsefve. ttm tblrd
on this subject will
in the effort to UPLIFT AND '"'J
BETTER TIIEIIl OWN CQN- WomW 0l,eh v '
DITIONS by Striving consUntlv I .a"'or Bowermsn will probably b
to improve their physical, moral .n? of tha ,",er' ,n -cU,r PP-
and social selves. -'" wn.cn will develop ag,lnit tht
mnairisiaiiHai - m . .
In industry there U probablv bill, which have Be.n
a totally different idea to be taken th? aw"" after the last regular
frora this terra "unrest" scion. He declares that these bills
NECESSARV TO THE . WELFARE I Mn and the present session, snd
PH00RESS OP THE PEO- 1 "- Bl" ,bouM haT "0 voted
PLE. THIS HAS BEEN PROVED
BY. TItTAN0 EXPERIENCE.
But' when -1 snoak
I mean IXJELLIGENT- DIS-
npon at tha special session.
The constitution in Section 11
Article V provides that the bills shall
be acted upon at (he "nest aa..in
There la no mention of regular ses
sion, snd It Is the contention of Bow-
WATKVT I J. . .1 wnieuiion 01 Ho
w",",l" 1 dO not Hum lL. larm.B k.. ..
.. . . , . i vu.j ne legislature
mu, insane discontent of !.. .. (should hsve voted . .
a . . " su ajll B arwas its wigs Bl inatr
tn.nkinR oP nnrc.aon.LIo. Tr.. tha house aaj ntoai hl Z7.r'T.U.M
. !... I - - v wun tn.iv
- a, -a mucu uiucrence-as be
tween niRht nd dsv. By intelH
frent uone-t or intellectual unrest
I mean the discontent of s msn
who is dissstirffi! with hi present
condition wh ho ser-s that he f
abli; and qlulified to
RAISE rilMSELF AND FAM-n-V-
TO RETTKR Cnxur
TTONS wer. hi. er,vfronment to
mprove so' as lo enable I, ira to
" o. ,
member, of the
legl.Iature and several bills on the
lubjoct arencTbe Introduced, besides
consideration of a vetoed bill of last
session .besrlng on tha same subject.
Sterlliiatlon Bill Up Again.
Having assured herself that If her
sterilisation hill la passed by the leg
islature It. will not meet with veto by
the governor, as It did three years
go. tr. Owens-Adalr Is busy lining
up members of the legislature to tsss
tne bin over the. veto when It
comes sp. - -
Stat. May Scrub Pupils.
Keep school children clean by a
compulsory process, require-that they
carry no disease by dirt Into the
schools with them and that they be
free from vermin, are Ideas fathered
by 8enatgr Chase of Coos, who will
either Introduce a bill ttrfais effect
himself or will arrsnge tolisve It In
corporated In a bill to be Introduced
by the legislative committee of the
fll.i. rV a
oiai teacners Association; He
wishes certain powers of tbl. kind to
mor definitely delegated to city
Lorlmer Scandal Eliminated.
Declaring that tha preamble of Ren
ator Miller, senate concurrent reso
lution, regarding the election t
United State, senators by the peon!
wa. "all rot." Senator Abraham of
uougia. .tarted a small temoeat In
tha senate. Senator Miller admins
that the preamble mlsrht be "a little
too strong" and agreed to amend tha
preamble. It was mora than amend!
it wa. eliminated entirely
The resolution urged Conaress to
submit a constitutional amendment to
ma states thst senstors ba elected
of tne people and Miller availed him
self of tha opportunity to Uke a fling
iu me preamble at the Lorlmer scan.
dal. Intimated that the corporations
control the United States senate and
m iew omer strong things.
"all Passes Wanted.
What nrnml... u-.- . ..
w w urina inriB anma
..ve.y cis.nes in both the .enale and
the house Is a bill now being prepared
by Representative Eggleston, which
win mass it mandatory for the rati.
roads to furnish free transportation
for all state officials when thev sr.
compelled to use tha railroad. In con-
think there was murhliypocrtry pnic' l-
llred and the promises. made between j DAMASCUS AND ftrvw ri I
friends werw not kept And as thai i I. 7. - . Ct,K- I
hsse does blow away am slng I xk eowaty we hss
many" whom I stippoaed were my;'! m' Wl. '0,-, t snow and a few;
friends In a different light I
to years hence and wa shall see what
we do see at that Mm. If we receive
any benefits la tha meantime from she
result aof lbe late election, shall
be agreeably surprised.
t H- A N O- AT-XM. ....
t . . .. vrnwm irweiina. ia . (..
promlaers but poor fulfllleca ' r,ti ot oa account of It beiB'
ere Is another day romtng j " ... !
"' Monimora went lo I'tin"
land Saturday lo attend Ihe fuberaJ
of her cousin, there being no school It :
the eighth grade room Mondsy. t
Samuel Konltser Is Improving huj
barn by building aa addiiioa of tw4
row sheds. Mr. Smite doing the work
Mr. Burns ha- "jw built a sl
building oa hi. I ;h I
A numbr an .ring conslderabJiC
ctd wood rut a t thl. wletec k
" 6-Thabo'a ie v from California
la visiting at --Mia4 ?
air. At wood . u eoaslderabty la
proved la health lately.
iiorn. to Mr. and Mrs Otto Vo
When Church Property BHeld Be
Kdltor Rnterpriae: There la a
State law which provide, that, when a
church owns bualn.aa property It shall
bear Its portion, of the tat burden. By
Its provisions the business portion of
the Oregon tlty M. K church Is as-
seaaixl same as other property. In thai
a fair Druooaltlon. nut what dtma ani
seem fair to me Is to see church nro I CLARKS.
perty that I. Intended for naa In puMIc Hr. OlwJ we to Bout hern Orasm'
worship, and esempted from laiatlon. to Purvey. - .',-, I
devoted, to business purpose, during Mr. Braerrable ranted hi. farm k(
the week. Mr. Lark Ins. i
It Is nH thst we fsll to receive a Mr. Sullivan waa ta town last west'
few dollars of tai that leads tne to pen o Tweeday. ; I
theae lines, for I do-not rare for that Mr, and Mrs. Marshall spent Sundi
feature of the proposition; but Is Is on Highland. ' t
that the church or churches who do AdoJpb Haas left Monday foPldahs!
this and there are eavera! of them Mr. Ilasg wss In town last Moodsf I
An an Injustice to the man who I. In Mr. Undau's family la on the strtt
legitimate buslnea. all Ihe week and list.
pays taiea accordingly. ' Mr. Sullivan and Mr. nottemllleil
There are. reatauranta ta the city tied up the telephone line on dlvlsloti
mat pay tasea ana keep up repair, on 111 last Saturday.
their property that they may carry on Wa had a cold .pell bat It I. gettlnt
inn reaiaursni pnaineaa. 1 ney try to miiq again
feed the public every day In tha week. Mr. . Ktlensmlth sold some hog.
oes ring me auraen during the Hull last week
season when there I. no profit In the
The cold weather baa Interferes
plants of Jon a
f'almer. The "
Brothers and Mr
In Ihe pli-s tT
the engines fn and lha layoff at
I hp men was s . -ad by this mad):
tUm. The anov . " 'eep and does not !
disappear as quickly aa was espeetct!
nil ... . . . . . .l'
business. Then, when there Is to be
a big day lo tha community they con
tribute towarda the success of lha oc
raslon. But Instead of being given an
opportunity to reap a bit of a reward
for fidelity In the past one or mora .A
.K. aw- m . .... .. I me
... . Hrm j.fi.iw nr in. iruwi ana nieae
a desperate effort to get tha cream of
the business on that day. The church
nrsanltatlnn nava Itllta mI,i.. ... '""Plwr a. OUICI
It. provlalon.. hires no cook., waiters ?!? "V? km ttd to feed lha.
or dl.hwsshers. pays no Uea. takes f'V ,h ,n?w I
the cream of tha business of tha day fT. t? ? "J dp for ,t0Ct
and then wonder, why tha restaurant J1"? ' l? , ,ktai
man cant get rich Ilka other people K1'' "T1" ',h?
I am charitable enough to think that "'"ft' " wrtM.jr III with aryslH.f
,w . and her dsuahlar Ura taarl Wallace. ?
! cniirrn people nava never I or a 7 - "
moment thought of the Injustice done l, 0,n, lo wait on Ihs
tha restaurant man. but this thought- P7," h. ... . m . . .,
leasness doesn't make the blow any ,fcG?!i,lmW,,lr
lighter for him. What I think should ' ,.f'm". h?.mt; ,wo m,, rrora ,h !
be done la to Insist that any church Sna ?-.J. . ?m."!.U "J?
proirty that la used In competitive 'o hl 'octlon, and highly wpct-
business be listed for tasatlon. If .' . . .
that doesn't pmvt adequate to protect ? B baa been reappointes
the restsursnt msn it will at least ''P""-" for Damascos precinct-
even up taxation. The church people U b,ld ,M 'n,"0
who wish, to continue feeding the mob J . . ...
tltudes ean do so, but the property L ""i mlI " 1BU "" PW"
umA In the business should par its d,ri,y hr,f.f tor t precinct.
bare of the tag burden. eames un, or naiay, ia aerioos y
i niruui, ia at noma to cai
Chsan Pare ta aarti.na. ur ".. recovery. Mr. run
Bdltor Enterprise: I see that ron 1 ?i "? ,,rok T Paralysis whiis
are printing "kicks- which Indicates "i ,"n OB Bmray, but U leipec
lo me that yo ain't afraid' of "the . p?ow Paon. , f . , .
cars," and so I hasten to get mv little people rrom Bonne sns
ssy printed before some on scares von I !n" rrounnin
Into tall timber.
a- I .i. ..... .
Whst about cheap fares to fortlnnd t ,.V y'
to Induce th.l':.
" ttrjr attended the
cation 'st oregos
reoeirad Bis P"
.lenrlaor for Bof
fa anvlhlna Kalna itnna
O. W. P. to cut Its rste from here to f,ntmn r
rortisna and from Portland to tha rwc,uc'
prettiest spot on the Willamette?
u iiii, wny non i ,. a-i aV
j;.. .t-th.t wh.n tt.; c.;;x js: f vrt
Club took steps to awt tha fare .."'' months Old son of Mr. asd
duced certain merchants made a pro- ?hT. ZZ ?r fled J""
lest and said that thev wi.h.d . Th.,r. hM. rfew Tears.
fare was fifty cents. I bay all my a rarniiy has moved rnto Bevt Jonns
naceasltle.' In Oregon ClSVh-r, "l "! I H"' All of the vacant house.
mass my money, and shall eonttmie r '"'
to do so. That being the ease why . lor ,0lint0 Victor Kricusoa
should not I rid. to Portlan" tor t nito Portland la.t waeli and bought
Read the Morning Enterprise
or fifteen cents, and save that dime to
spena with -Oregon City merchant.?
And If Bs man nt sswrvtvi Isi ka aa.
Ing to Portland to trade a few cents I ?"4 bouht a place at Kewberg.
won t hold them here. Let', have a k. ' nM bn resold to r.
S large team of horaaa.
Joel jarl went to Portland Tuesday.
iMioa Shaw aold his 10 acres hers
If lllMln. J Iik.i..
....nit, i infrilia,
The ssw mills are elosed on account
of the snow.
Mr. and Mrs. Shaw, of Canada, visit
ed their son and daughter here during"
Joel jarl had the misfortune to !
Oo to Secrest'a foe that tint I " '"""a" mare ntiy. Bne waa -
-v aini4 n . uunua l-a ia"-
cheap fare to Portland for the time we
want u visit tne city; and the merch
ant who tries to. get me cheap traffic
will get the money I ssvs, and any
more I have to spend.
Orsngae lOe dossa at Sealer's."
Cloth-pins 4 t
' at tnW-