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MORNING ENTERPRISE,'; SATURDAY JANUARY V
DR. COOK BEATEN;
EDEN IS FOUND
Eta's Habitat ."DIsccTfirEdat
: Korth Pels by Professor.
SEAT OF GEKERATIX6 FORCE
Vim Orioinal ! f Tre Utol
AIM Hms of TraditienarOld Msth
v r Gwm and th Winged Psgas-s,
. . AmHi Walter F. Cooling Ctoesgs
; "In Botostino Dissusston.
rp to tb Icy aad snow bound ro
gloss where Dr. Cook Ur be "doesat
know whether he rouna to wnu pwt
or sot" Walter rreeuisn Cooiiug. a
rhk-aroea. baa "discovered" the gar-
den of Eden. .
Of tour th place where Eve flrst
m tempted by th rll on aud at
th stole appto buried under ver
ao many too of k and aiiow. but It'
there Just th mum.
It yon waut to "discover" It your
aolf, just wander up along midway be
tween the Hudson toy and Siberian
magnetic poles, locate Cooling 'a recent
ly discovered magnetic pole and tbeu
plod along until you find tb seveu
stepped Olympic mountain of historic
tarn, end somewhere In the nelgh-borbood-mayb
a block or ao away
yoall Had tb tree, of all seeds burled
dowa a few feet mayb a couple of
tfeoojand-'below th ice, or, at least,
tt one was there.
Chsnos Far Fam.
' .-Whea you stand la tbia spot youll
' be to the garden of biblical fame and
. , can com back to America and make
1 oodleo of money oath lecture plat
: torn and be bailed aa a hero or oero
. Profeaaor Cooling told aU about bis
.. sew find to aa addree on "The Gar-
den of Eden and the Polar Origin of
' IJfe" recently.
"Tb earth la aurronnded by a proto-
.plasm. Just Uk a cell la tb human
. body." tb speaker declared. "Then
.' tT-" there is- a terrific alternating electric
;''.. " .current stgaaegtog to and around the
..: V world. It centers to tb pole where
Z .:' ': all vital and eoiistrucUv energy Is
v ; "At tb north pot to th arctic re
' .'! gioa this protoplasm seep out as a
-' generating force. Before the' days of
tb glacial period, when European.
American and Asiatic shores were
: Jammed together, this was the center
" of all flora and human life. We Dud
to these regions tb trunks of trees
. -. and th skeletons of animals now Uv-
. tng to Africa and Australia.
. ' "This garden of Eden wasn't tb
, way w bar Imagined it There were
no rains; and" the dew for th garden
- cam from the electrical disturbances
V to the elements We bar only to
make a close study of the myths to
' ' , dtocoTer where this garden was.
t y Trs f Ufa In Arctic
"All ancient historians agree that
;rTT. tb tre of all seeds or of life grew on
; - Mount Olympic They agree that th
" T ttountato of seren steps wss in toe
arctic regions. On tb top of this
Baountata grew tb trees, and thirty
' , three rivers, streamed down Its sides
' tea beautiful cascade. Tb gods lired
on tills mountain.
'"Historians tell us that Old Mother
,-,:, Goose and Pegasus, tb winged horse,
mad their headquarters there. Tb
., . . ' two swans of Mother Goose went from
th north to the south, the female act
. tog as tb stork and bringing bumsns
! Into th world, while th male, acting
' aw death, took them away. They cen
tared at the electric pool on Mount
"I bar delved deep into history and
" . , th old myths and bar made resesrch
from a. scientific standpoint I have
. com to the conclusion after years of
study that If the garden of Eden
. wasn't located up near the point thst
; V I hare fixed as the electrical pole
then there wasn't any garden, for I
.; - - tai convinced that all Ufe originated
' : from th now loe and snow bound arc--v
tie region. "
ORCHESTRA IN "SNEAKERS."
sVsrglsr Equipment to Prevent My
aisiana Pedal Discords.
' Tb newest thing in New York Is the
"sneaker" orchestra at the New thea
'. tot Ordinarily "sneakers" are found
only oa burglars, who wear them to
preveat being beard while breaking to
- to a plac.
Thla gave Director Ames an idea.
. As orchestra's only ex case for "stick
tog around" is tb music It produce.
-A noisy foot la not music, but an In
. terra ptk and an annoyance. Inter
ruptions and annoyances must be
, avoided, Tb noiseless foot is one way
; around; tb "sneaker" gives th uoUe
' toss foot Aht "Sneaker" the orches
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tb order went forth that every
asaa to tb orchestra pit should wesr
f aver his shoe a felt slipper, or sneek
r. to give tb Bobeleas foot so thst
. ao man might o trend by breaking Into
tb aliow with a rode shuffle or If so
:. orating in might not be heard. ..
1 Tw Billl Bulldtsa '
Building department racorda aKm
that there has been spent os bulldlnKs
la New York city during th last fort
vB!a Debt to New York.
, New Tort city's indebtedness hi nev
sn tlmea that of any other city to th
counrrs Tb debt is s tout $14.2 for
each Inhabitant -
fAtc Yoti a Subscriber to the
If The Moctilnt Eirtorpris Is to be ss successful as the Interests of OresW
fClty demand It must needs hav tb support of all. The new daily has
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support means more strength for tbework. ' , -
T7ill XVj Kdp Hozzt yout own Interests?
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'Bf Cantor, 1 year ; . ' . .
By Mali. 1 yarM ..".'!" ' "
tend to your nam and remittance. ' ""."," J-00
Him Fighting Machine. .
HAS GREAT PUNCHING POWER
In right With Nsiaei Fsrslgnsr-Bst-tsrsd
Dsn t All Fsup Csmsrt si
Wolgatl WsiTTitls Frem Sat
Use Wlthsot Flsrii Him.
Now that Ad -Wolgaat. the Ught
weight champion of th world, haa
agreed to giv Owan Moran. the
doughty Uttl Englishman, a crack, at
th title pugilistic experts are busily
ngsted to hsndlng out dope on the
two meu. rrobably no bolder of th
lightweight tlU baa been so severely
censured for not defending bis -title
aa Wolgast. Stilt when ou thinks tt
vr. whst lighting can a pugilist do
If bis arm la In bad abspY
If Moran and Wolgaat meet to a
long distance right, aa Is now plsnnod.
tb genral opinion of tb esperta Is
that Uoraa will carry to bla English
WOLOAST AXB MOKAN, WHO WIU. MKBT IS
home the title which has been held
for years and years by sn American
Moran Is a wouderful Ogbter, by far
tb hardest hitting lad of his Inches
to the ring today. And this will make
him a favorite if be ver enters tb
ring with Wolgast Th present cham
pion won his laurels when b defeated
Battling Nelson in forty rounds It
will be remembered thst during tKs
forty rounds of what Is considered (h t
fiercest fighting ever seen between
lightweights not a knockdown was
Prom the twenty-fifth round to tb
finish Nelson wss all In. II strad
died In the ring to keep on his feet
and eyewitnesses say that Wolgast
repeatedly drove left and right band
punches to tb Dane's Jsw and body
and, while he staggered him. be never
On the other band. Nelson never had
a chance with Moran. Tb latter aim
ply battered tb Dan to ail four cor
ners of the ring, and when be got
ready be finished him. Still, on can
never tell. Mayb tb beating that
Wolgast ' gave Nelson left him easy
prey for tb first real good man that
cam along. It wss only a short time
ago that Nelson mad a miserable
showing to a fight with Anton La
Grave, who la practically a novice.
Wolgast may b abl to withstand th
terrific punching powers of Moran,
but If Wolgsst intends ( defend bis
title he should right now begin to con
dition himself by meeting various men
the country over and not remain prac
tically In solitude in his Michigan
Wolgast sine be won his title has
not met an opponent that could even
be considered a second rater, and in
arranging for his match with Moran
ha -should well remember their last
meeting, which msny of tb specta
tora say wss really won by Moran.
Tirtksr Fsvsrs Double Umpire Systsm.
. Joe Tinker of the Cuba Is telling
roast fsns thst tb double Umpire ays.
I em Is the only way.
"Th adoption of the system In the
major leagues helped th batting, the
I P"1 n,nB,n pitching." Tlu.
1 trt MW w" Jt areat aa ad-
vane to baseball aa bunting or any
' ' Hyntina In CeniMetisirt
. Conictlcut may abut down on gains
Mrd bunting for tb next three years.
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Cpyrthl by Americas Press Aa.
vl weut from AasoKa to South
Africa, leaving my ulfe and chlldrea
at Iku s. I was run down w nen.
discoursed sud felt that th wOy
way to pluck up coursg and get on
my . feet was to light out Umvu
care bcnlud m aud slrlk a i
field, illy " father-aii iceilsut
man. by tb way-agreed, to take care
of my family Ull I could scud for them
or return to them restored to hUb
I left America sick aud awnraneneu.
A man sk-k la usually a uum dUOiesrt
ened, aud wbM b la oblUed to, go.
away by'hlmself to recover bla heallb
b feels as If the bottom bas dropped
out of his life. I never expec'd to see
my family sslu.. However, th sea
voyag beled lue. aud by th tlui I
reached Africa 1 felt abl to do some
thing for myself.
1 weut to work to tb Kluiberley dia
mond nitne, wbera 1 learned to tell a
diamond, when I saw 'it, no matter It
It was In tb rough. One day to walk
tug across a field I sawwu aud recog
nised It at one. It was as big as a
small English walnut and about the
ssum abspe. 1 pounced upon It look
ed It pver and. aura 1 wss right about
It being a diamond, put It to my
pocket. Even If of a poor grade It
would tusk m rich. ' -I
mad up my mind to return to
America with my flnd So, procuring
a little chamois skin b. I put the
diamond in 4tflnt-iusrklng my nam
oa th bag to Ink. Then I took a trar
eUng wagon for th coast
There were half a dosen of us trav
eling together, but only two of my
fellow pssseugers sttrsrtrd my atten
tion. On wss a big. rough looking
man, who sst beside me, noticeable
for his villainous appearance. The
other waa a little man In the garb of
a curst of th EnglUb church. II
waa rending his prsyer biok most of
th time, seeming to lw ouy toterwsted
to holy matters, s typical British par
sonof the luferlor grade, pus of those
miserable creajures who for some dirty
werk don a lord gets a living, though
this one, being In Africa. It sppesred
more llkaly-tbat be was a missionary
I hadn't been sitting long by the big.
rough man, whose accent marked hlui
for a Yorkshire man. when I thought
of my diamond. wWch wss lu one of
my pockets next to bint. I clapped tuy
band on the- place where It slum hi be.
and. lo, it was gduet '
I knew It bid passed Into th pos
session of the Yorkshlremon. Hut
whst wss I t6 do? I waa unarmed.
and I could ace tb butt of his pistol
extending from his hip pocket. 1 look
d over the passengers to see if there
wss one I could rely on to help me id
.ess I should sccus th roan and
claim my proerty. But two of them
were women, and the men In the
coach, except the two I hav men
tloned. were weakly chaps who ap
peared to have very little stuff In
them. There seemed nothing for me
to do but wslt till w gt to th end
of tb route, keep the man In sight at
all basards and take my chances for
an opportunity to recover my diamond.
This 1 deckled on and did not show by
word or set thst I had been robled
Th opMrtunlty cam sooner than I
looked for It. Suddenly the wagon
was stopped by a single man. who or
dered us all out and to line up. as
road agenta do In western America
Only tb curate refused, and he ap
peared to do so from abject coward-
1c. Retreating to a far corner, he
begged the robber not to kill him.
Th mbber threatened to do so If h
didn't get out st once, but the clergy
man only whimpered and covered bis
face with his hand. The robber.
trtftiaferrlng his revolver to his left
hand, entered the wagon, seised the
little man by the collar with bis right
hand and was polling him out when
a abarp crack rang out and the robber
fell back out of the wagon dead.
If there was any life left in btm It
was knocked out by the curate, who
Jumped on him with both feet.
never saw a small man grow big so
quickly to my life. The next thing he
did wss to plant bis fist under the
Jaw of the Yorkahlreman. who. re
covering from tb surprls of the epl
aode, wsa putting his hsnd to his blp
for bis revolver. Tb big man did not
bav time to get up before th curat
waa on him. hammering blm to tb
fac with a Derringer. Having stunned
him, be took a pair of handcuffs out
of bis pocket and clapped therq on bla
"What can I do for your I asked
of tb parson.
"Get things In order to go on. I'm
Jack Sharp of Scotland Yard. This
mag was tb other's pard. I bav been
following him to take blm to England.
I aaw him rob you, and I knew be waa
here to help the other."
I did aa b directed, got tb driver
Into plice, and. finding some rope un
der a seat . Jack Sharp bound tb
prisoner firmly. Then w proceeded
on th Journey. Sharp took my gem
out of th man's pocket and banded It
to me. I got safely bom with It bad
tt ground and turned Into cash. I
wouldn't Ilk torsay bow much monev
It brought me. but sine sold It I don't
Bar to work uflless I wish to.
Talk about tranafonnstlonst When
th sniveling curst chsnged himself
Into tusa celebrated Jack Sharp of Scot
land Yard 1 saw the quickest oas on
If you would sell
YOUR FARM ..
...YOUR HORSE ; .
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Morning Enterprise eaa do for you.
utti p- vi, tshr
Wall Pu Yl 1 th emperor of Chl-
Sa. h does not nil over that great
nation yet II la too young for mat.
Bom dsy. If b llvs to grow up, u
will alt oa th throo. At present bla
father, prince Chun, la tb real ruler,
acting for bla son. rrloc Chun la tb
brother of th late mperor.-wbo died
coupl of years ago.
Pu Yl waa born to February. 111.
and is therefore nearly Ore years otu.
When b becomes emperor be will be
abls to exs-clse but a aroalt v1 of
th autocrat! power by wblcb bit
predecessor ruled. China Is advancing
and baa already decided lo hav a con
stitutional government So Pu VI
must reign according to tb written
tow and not aa th enipcror would
dacre under the old system. .
Cut from red kindergarten par'
many hearts aa there are people, ll-
rid. In two lots. On the back of one
lot writ batves ef verse and the 01 h
v halves on lb back of th second
lot Tin on tot a cowpl of feet ajmrt
to a whit sheet snd hsng st one end
of the room, removing bresksbl
things from th vlclnliy. Th other
tot distribute to the girts. Each boy
will to turn try to plerc a bean on
th sheet with the bow and arrow
given Blm Th one he come nesrest
to belongs "to blm. and be finds his
parnrtJyth bnft verse on the Ijsck.
For Instance, TM.v pierces a heart
oa ths back of which he find: .
Th ro l rfi.
The violet blue. ,
And he searches among tb girts till
h finds Nellie baa:
Burst Is awset.
And so sra you.
They are ps rinses for the next gam
or for supper or whatever Is arranged.
A Wonderful Psrsn.
With what amazement would you re
gard a person who bad a million aa
eeetors? - Yet by looking Into a tnlr-
Iror you can behold the very Indlvldu-
tit yourseir. 1
Now. we each bad two parents, a
father and a mother; both of whom
bad two parents. Thus, on this prin
ciple and assuming there baa been
do Intermarriage of relstlons, a per
son who has bad four grandparents
has had eight gteat-grandparenta. And
our lineal an castors during twenty
generations number 1,(HK,B70. 80 If
these ancestors were all living they
would be aufflcleot to populate Wales.
Why la a nobleman Ilk a book? Be
cans b bas a title
What class of women giv tone to
society? The bailee. .
What Is that wblcb haa a mouth, but
never speaks; a bed. but never Ilea to
It? A river.
Why la a four quart Jar like a side
saddle? Because It bold a gall-on.
Why are air hi pa Uk tramps? Be
cans they have no vtslbl means of
What Islands would form a dainty
party luncheon T Sandwich and Me
la South America lives a wasp that
bangs from the boughs of trees a nasi
tough as pasteboard and remarkable
alio becaus tb hols, through which
th branch is passed la ao large that
the nest swings freely la the wind. Ia
most of these nests tb hoi la simply
mad through the thick upper part of
the structur. but sometimes this Is so
molded that It looks Uk a ring. This
wasp Is named cbsrtergus, a nam de
rived from two Greek worda meaning
papermaker. Tb average nest li
about a foot long and wlda la propor
Wes Dorothy ata ,T tnt llttt stsnd.
With paper moots and whits,
A pencil held eloss In her chubby hsnd.
Her sye with smllss sr bright
Bhs hss drawn a tre snd pslntsd grass
The laavaa of a Vivid bus.
Bsr flowers sr th biishteat ever sssn.
Thslr alas la marvelous too. , ,
Bhs woadsrs If paps will vr knew
From whom ths picture cams,
For mamma aays that It will g
. Without th sender's asms. '
Her work shs thinks I rather grand
. For a little strl, yon bm,
And secretly hops he will understand
- "To pap deaf from ms."
H. F. Shsrmsa,
e wanted Btssdy customsr for
tbl. . VIA.
spac. Kimsr sss, es e
psrlsnc unnecessary. ' Judi- s
cioua sdvsrtlssrs with som
thing to ssll and something to
say will find this the propsr e
grssse for a buslnsas elog. N 4
trtflsre Msrned person of ma-.w
tur sgs will understand. Call
on, or sddrsas, AdvsKising f
Mansgsr Morntog Intsrprls. e
Oregon City. Oregon. 4
It takea nine tailors to make a man,
but one woman caa easily make a
goose of a 'man.
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t .Arf .M s boor among your Vs
aualnraacea they raa evrly
you alon; you caa give
aboukler to th cad to th office or th
works: you raa escape th fool lo th
morning train: yoa caa bar a prior
engsgement If yourpst aversion aaks
you to supper.'
But your bom psopl ire ander th
toeiorst.l necessity of living wita
you. A man sometime gi '"
habit or thinking -mat anyiaine
do for his home people. II treats
uum aa dalle bread: be doe not ex
ert blmselfj be reaerres bis best for
II saya be like to b bomly at
homa: that is very wll so long aa It
does not mean beiug vulgar. II aaya
be like to be at eaa in dm no me;
very weJL too. If It doc not mean
being thoughtless, . ,
Familiarity breeds contempt it is
a eaa to b constantly patlsnt and
profitabl and pleasant to those whom
you meet every morning ai urei"v
Tb breakfast tabl U often tb great
est dlalllualoner. More secret of chsr.
acter are revealed over the bacon aud
eggs than over the dessert
There is no severer discipline to tb
world than that of tb borne, and most
of us go dowa under It In this matter
Of courtesy. '
poit't let us put off our manners
whn wi" "put-on our slippers. " It us
be the store considerate when It Is only
our own whom w have to ronsuwr.
And luat because our home II f H prl
rat and Is screened off. from public
Judgment and Is sheltre4 from th re
straint of public pinion let aa b tb
more scrupulous thst w way b void
of tb offens against tb besrt of
Behind many closed door and drawn
blinds there II grim tragedies, and
msny of them may. be traced to seem
ingly trivial slackness to l be courte
sies of love. ' 4 w
-Thlels the rlfl tbf bJ mad the
music mute .Take far of Jb court
sles "and tb grand lssr,lns will tak
car of thcmselvsa. ,r- v
Ths Desirsbts Ouatt
. Tb person who rsa talk entertain
ingly la the beat typ of gueat at so
cial gatherings, for all who cbsttcrs
tncesasntly Is slmost more ondeelrabk)'
than one vaio Is too quiet.- for th let
ter gives opportunity for other erson
to express jitiuaererwhlle elth ths
former lo say even one word Is often
a, at niggle
The balance between these extremes
la the art of stluiulsilng a temporary
companion to conversation, and at .no
place la It more Importsnt to adopt
the correct uttltud than at a dinner,
lore than, ou man bas bees bllnrcd
to talk ao much when sitting besld
a quiet woman that b baa not eaten
enough. Such conduct on th part of
lawomals decidedly Inconsiderate
At dinners and also at formal lunch
eons It la a good Idea to watch the
plates of neighbors, and If one person
hss been talking so much as to bar
fallen behind In the course It la tact
ful to take conversation Into one's own
bands, giv Lb the other a chance to
llaten and at the same time to est
It Is not good form to monopolize
the attention of one neighbor to such
an extent aa to prevent blm or her
from talking with ' the person on the
other aide Often It la a temptation
when 00 ooe aide la aa attractive per
son and on the other one wbo la dull,
but politeness mskes dividing the at
If on person Is kept constantly to
conversstloo by on neighbor at a din
ner It meana that he or abe on tb oth
er aide alta much of tb time with no
one to talk to, for the guest farther
on to certainly giving some time to tb
person ou bla or her other aid.
Wadding Reception Before Csemny.
Tb ' wedding reception should pre
cede tb marriage ceremony. This Is
tb newest suggestion from London.
Instead of the "at borne" that usual
ly follows the society church wed
dings, a reception that la almllsr In
very respect practically to th old
time function should be held on th
day before th wedding. Tb parents
receive the guests while the bride to be
and the bridegroom elect stsnd togeth
r to receive th felicitations of their
friends. All tb wedding presents are
on view, and everything la the same aa
to the "at homes" except that the con
pi ar not married. The' reason for
this new arrangement la that tt aavea
th crush at th bride's bom follow
Ing the rhnrrh wedding. It Is more
comfortable for the couple and their
parents to bav a quiet hour wbll
preparations for th wedding tour ar
being mad. Such an arrangement also
gives the bride and bridegroom aa op
portunity to slip away quietly.
Many people make mistakes In th
us of "lay" and 'II." It 1 correct to
say '1 am going to 11 down,","I am
going to lay down"-la not grammatical.
One may inquire. "Lay what down?"
"Shall" and "will" ar also often In
correctly used. Learn to any, "I aball,
w shall, you will, b will and they
win." This rul guards th switch
wher most people get off the track.
"Will" In th first person must alwaya
hav a touch of volition, and "shall" la
tb second person givs emphasis to
authority. But courtesy demands that
both authority and self aaserttoa be
avoided whenever needless.
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The rolling atone faaan't time to
gather moss oa roads frequented by
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