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OREGON CITY, OREGON
E. e. BRODIE. Edltsesnd Publisher.
Appttcatloa spds for n4 class r1'
W tlx Pbstomee Orso City,
OrcMV ? the Act ef Congress ei
March 1 1IH '
Tti f auairmn.
iuch a bold, nnprogreeelve eta&ment
.t... It H.miidi4 eiPiauaiKJU.
MMmni forthcoming la the
further declaration by Mr. barter: I
have lived In Clackamas County thirty
years and I have never ,h u,n
yet when, at 7.
there waa wot n rsjnuiw ivi
fleas.- The Oregoolan.
There la every reason why some of
the Clscksmas County c-mclala should
have an Increase In salary and no
reason why they ahould not, Mr. Car
ter to the contrary notwithstanding
The county Judge of Clackamaa r
civea 1100 month. nd baa the re
suonelbUtty of ependlng njoretan
. tie . -.-r n.niion dollars a rear. Ia It
V.T!.n.mh The county auperlntendent
. 1 M
On Yw. br aall
Mix Month, br sssil
Tour Monifca. by -mall
Fw we. by esrrler
' AttttTDl.se UTtt
ni p..- ur inon Drat tnartkn
."rr''inThienonitb? The county
first tasrrttos i 0f achoola l given $1000, and l cer-
p?:T,'n. underpaid. He has nil of the
Bu mi taa first pss. Pr ! .hooi, n th" county to look after
gun pap' ethVba"niii"e, Pr Inch and receive much less than the prln-
addt taserttoaa .........le . .mailer achoola.
Local. 1c per Itne; te rfrulr advsr- clpsia or egme n u . r
Users K tins. The county assessor and recorder do
Wsats. For Bale. To Kit. etc on. ceHs enough money, taking
Mt a wos n mesruon. mu ,.
sac additional. Tihelr work and reapoelblllty
RalM for advertising b th Wely .M.r-.0 .nd there are other of-
Enterprise wlU bs Ins sam as in im ,
diiy. for advertfemenis estwt.ally ftcUls who are poorly paid.
'IJ.rZrZ: I Clackamas County la rich enough Jo
S. mTTor roT," and A ! PT lu employe, s ell. snd they should
"m Vcuj po.it.oti. hare all they earn. The fact that they
Caah 'should aecompsny orr where compelled, under our political
party la unknown In business offlcs of ,rirl ..11.
the Enterprise ayatem. to make a race (Carter caua
IpU advertising at legal advertising L pfc) for the offlcva. has
Cb-rus adyrtt1a and special tranaknt nothing to do with It The people
adwtnilrgi at tie " tc an Inch, accord- . t . yxt.
tut to aprclal coodltlona fovwulnf lh n" "l
same. I Carter cannot pretend to talk for the
-rtre Sale- and Bankrupt 8a" adw- . . cllM.kamaa County, when It
tlmnenta SSe Inch flrat Inacrt'on: addl-! PP,e "
tlonal Inarrllons aam mattrf- rc Inch. jjs ve known that be wa elected to
Nrw Items and well wrlt'en artidea . .... ,,., .... v
of merit with interest to loemi readers. ' the legislature solely because, ne waa
will ha aladly accepted. Rejected manu- Statement No. I ticket. Four
scripts never returned anleeo accompan- 0,1 ' , ...
14 br stanwa to prepay postac. I year alto h encountered oppoa"100
! and was nearly low man on th ticket.
A good Fair mean much tn adrer ! xing decisively beaten. Comparison
fiaing a community or a city. A sue- j wtll ,he Miariea paid in other coun
cessful Fair, like other successful util- tie, of Oregon abow that Clackamas
ltiea of a public character, gives tone ! ,s tr bvow ,ne average, -to
a town. So do all you can for your J f-f
local Fair; lf a cheap way to let peo- j
pie know you are still on the map.
CARTMELL GOING ABROAD.
The report of the Fair committees
showed well for the. officers of the as
sociation. IU not often that a new
fair association can pay Us bills with
out assessing someone, and that con
dition' of things should nuke for con
fidence as to the Fair and as to the
officers and managers.
The stock of the Fair association U
to be increased from $5000 to $20,000.
This Increase will make It possible.
If all paid In, to do certain work of
Improving that is needed to assist In
making a' Mg-;and prosperous Fslr.
Go down for a few shares when the
committee calls on you; you should
never regset It,
A member of a local church sets up
a stiff "holler" concerning the open
ing of the church for entertainments
and then only half heating It. He
says either Ihe church should be made
comfortable or the doors kept closed.
Either make It possible for people who
attend a lecture or concert to enjoy
it or don't take tbelr money. If you
don't Intend to beat the audience room
don't open it; and dont fall back on
any statement that you didn't get
enough for Its use to pay to burn more
wood. And the protester is a member
of the church In which he was recent
KICKS DO NO HARM.
In another column we print a reply
to "A Reader," which article was
printed In Saturday's paper. We are
glad to see that people with a kick are
getting In the habit of rushing to
"Forum of the People" when they have
anything on their minds that they
wish the public to know. We are
glad to print these kicks; not that we
always agree with the sentiment ex
pressed, but we do believe In a man
having hla say, when he Is reasonable,
and oftimea the queries given the pub
lic will lead to a correction of evils
cited or the bringing to mind of the
one making the protest that be. Is
wrong, or that the wrong is one
may correct himself.
Fsrmsr P.nn Sprinter Will Most Don
aldson In England Nt Ssaaon.
Nat Cart moll, the former crack
sprinter of the University of Pennsyl
vania, who turned professional while
abroad last season, bss announced his
Intention of competing In England
again next season. He will be match
ed with Donald-ton. the jrreat South
African who trimmed 'ReinDe Walker
In what was billed "the world's pro
fessional 100 yard dnsb championship"
in South Africa recently. .
When the pair meet tbe English run
nlng enthusiasts will see a wonderful
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AlORNINO ENTERPRISE, SUNDAY. 1'lfllUUAKY 5. HU-
At the Portland Theaters
USt CAR WAVES FOR OREGON CITY AT MlDmOUT
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VICTOR M0RLEY IN THREE TWINS- AT HEILI0 THEATRE.
Favorite comedian and alngar In the favorite musical comedy success.
"Three Twins," at The Htlllg Theatre. 7th and Taylor atresia, for j nignta,
beginning Sunday, February S. Special price matinees wdnaday and
Mr. Joseph M. Galtes will offer at
the Heilig for 7 nights beginning Sun
day,' February 5. and two matinees,
the senaatlonal mualcal comedy.
alx big acts are the Korber Family
of five, who ars gymnasia and acro
bats of International reputation; the
Dutton family of barebackridem. who
have been great headllners with the
Three Twins," which had a run of I largest circus on tour today; tnen
five months at the Whitney Opera I tbe greatest aensntion In Pffiil
House In Chicago, and one year at 1 years. "Little . Hip." tbe performing
the Herald Square Theatre, New ' elephant, an animal who doce every-
York. I thing Imaginable distributee pro-
"Three Twins" contains more novel grammes on the street and In the
features than any musical comedy 1 loby of the theatre, smokes A cigar.
that haseven been jroiduced IbegoS-4o Led. da-nooa with Ms htir, I
Faceoicraph Is one of the moat woo
derful electrical effects, ever shown
on the stage. There are a nunilier
of melodious song numbers. Including
The Yama Yarns Man." "Uoo H
Tee-Hee," -ood Night." "Cuddle 1p
Little Closer, Lovey Mine," and
The company la headed by -Victor
Morley, who created the leading role
when the niece was first Drodured tn
Chicago, and I'.eanle Clifford.- Others !
In the cast are WiUard Flanagan, Reg
gie Morris. Edward Wade. Edward P.
Ilower, Frank Smith. Harry Collins.
Adajiaxeman, Lillian Sadler, Minnie
Allen. Helen DuHola. Bstell Colbert
and a chorus of sixty people.
and various other feats. There are
also the dog and pony art. Ihe aerial
acts, horliontal bar artists, juggling
acrobats, clowns that do all sorts of
tricks, and tbe audience Imagines It
la on the "Lot.." Instead of h theatre.
Thla play was eeen at tbe Liberty
Theatre. New York City, for ohe solid
year. Mr. Thompson has provided a
cast of celebrated players, and the
scenic production Is very elaborate.
AT J. CASTS SI. L, WHO WILL OO AnUOAll
race. Cartmell la better af 220 yards
tban be Is at 100. but he can always
run better wlteu be Is skhIiihi a mmi
wbo la appureutly faster by i-ompuru
tlve times. !oniill.on's time of t,
seconds for tbe 10U yards Is wonder
fully fast In fact faster tban Cart
mell bas ever gone but, "Carty's
friends are confident that tbe former
Intercollegiate champion will be tbe
Betting on Jocksy System.
Is playing tbe Jockeys your system
of "beating tbe races?" Winning per
centages of the first len English rid
ers: D Mnher. 27 IW. F Wool ton.
A good honest protest can harm noL2, 74: E Vhetley. mzi: W Paxt.y
one; a good atrong kick may often
awaken one who is not doing his
whole duty. j
UNDERPAID COUNTY OFFICIALS.
"I am opposed to any Increase In !
the salary of officials of my county."
said Carter of Clackamas when the
automatlo aalary bill was up for con
sideration In the House. This was
15 03: W. HlKjrs. I.V.V.: J (1 Martin.
15.41: II. Jones. 14.54: C Trigg. 13.4.1:
S Donogbue 13.17: Walter (Jrlcits.
12.R2. Even Ma her the world's great
est Jockey, only wins oue nice In fonr
English One Armed Coffsr Hare.
John IlnsUlnc. 11 one tinned golfer
of Great Itiiialn. Is now In America
Subscribe for the Dally Enterprise.
Use of False Hair Is Mak
ing All Women Bald.
r Dr. EVERETT CABNSEY SROWNELU N York 5p.cU,U,.
irrllN THE LAST nte xs-se..
l-AR ADJUNCT " AC " u "
WHERE IT Has ..s: : "r:"TZV lEtPEC,A-LV
. . unncuBSAHT, THE TlNQf Mrv
TO BALDNESS IN WOMEN 44AS STEADILY INCREASED
The women who spend most of their dajs motoring or pl.vbg
golf gtand lea. of . chanco of .uffering the conscauence of choking
up thetr scalp, with wad, of false hair, for they nave the benefit of
,the fresh sir. '
. The hair get. iu nourishment from the blood, and if the OVER.
y WEIGHT OF 1 FALSE HAIR .top. or par preVenU thIloS
-.from reaching the root, of the hair baldness must eventually be th
result. . J
w, u.uo who are given to using wad. of false hair and who
have no o tdoor life there is little chanco to retain s healthy .cab
vei7 long, rf they do not PROVIDE THE NECESSARY VEN.'
TILATIO f thej will find that after awhile nothing will be left but
the false c, rls and cozffure. and transformation, to cover their iesJps,
Thu rwcatnes. the rioteH. of which, present daj women
do not W. J t long for them to realize that
thev urn I IVLING THE LIFE OUT .OF THEIR IIATO TlY
WEIOIIE'tl DOWN ITS SOURCE OF NOURISnMEJn! '
"POLLY OF THE CIRCUS."
In Frederick Thompson's great
American play, "Polly of the Circus,"
which comes to the Helllg Theatre
on February 1! for one week, there
will be seen on the stage a real cir
cus, with dots, ponies, horses, mules
and a trained elephant. Among Ihe
"Little Hip" Educated Elephant.
One of the Ma fealurea of thai
aterllna drama, "Polly of the Circus
which comes to the Helllr Theatre on
February 12 for one week la "Utile
Hip." tbe educated elephant This
little animal haa startled the world
with the wonderful feats that he per
forms on and off the stage. He
smokes a cigar.' goes to bed. play
drunk and does a hundred other tricks
that will amuse the old and the young
and all In the play, "Polly of the Clr
ens." - -
Y0UNQ MISS SURPRISED.
An Enjoyable Event With Miss Ellen
Qrace as Hostess.
A surprise party waa tendered El
len Grace on Friday night by a few of
her school mates, and a most enjoy
able evening waa spent by tbe young
people In games and music until a
late hour, when refreshments were
served by Mrs. O. W. Grace, who was
assisted by her sisters, Mrs. E. W.
Scott and Miss Gertrude Falrclough.
Present were June ScotL Evelyn
Williams, Alice Holman. Bessie Mil
ler. Harriet Miller. Marjorle Money,
Virginia 8baw, Roberta Schuebel, Mar
lon White, Luclle Evans, Zena Moore,
Claire Miller, George Rooae, Albert
Moore, Irvln Evans, Kent Moody,
CLEAN UP 150.
Woman's Club Makes a Profit at Show
The proceeds of the entertainment
given at the Electric tneater on Wed
nesday and Thursday evening amount
ed $50. These two performances were
given under the supervision of the
Women's Club for the benefit of tne
purchasing of an ornament for the
fountain that was recently installed
In the McLoughlln Park.
The women, under the supervision
of Mrs. J. W. Norrls, have done much
to the beautifying of this park sur
rounding the home of the late Or
John McLoughlln, the father of Ore
gon, and their efforts proved what
can be done if energy and Interest Is
manifested. TJie grounds have been
beautified by having choice roses
planted and other ornamental bushes,
besides having walks laid. Tbe wo
men will probably give an entertain
ment or social In the near future to
raise the required fund for the foun
WILL GIVE SERIES OF DANCES
Younger Set Dancing Club Has a Fine
The dancing party given by the
Younger Set Dancing Club at Mc
Loughlln Hall on Friday night waa an
enjoyable affair, there being about
20 members present. They were
chaperoned by Mrs. Thomas Warner
and Mrs. William Money. During the
evening punch was served. The mu
sic was furnished by Frank Hunt-hand
This club was recently organized
and this Is tbe first of a series of par
ties that will he given this season.
The club will meet and dance on the
first and third Friday of each month,
some good times.
Seventh and Taylor Streets
Phones Main 1 and A-1122. '
7 NIGHTS beginning SUNDAY, FEB. S. Special price matinees Wed
nesday and Saturday. Joseph M. Galtes offers The Favorite Musical
. VICTOR MORLEY AND BESSIE CLIFFORD
Fun oflorsEC"nt Ca,t-M,0"l'l"t Production.
3&-Z5. ' . ,
1 WEEK beginning SUNDAY, FEB. 12. Special Price Matln.a W.rf
nesday and Saturday. Frederick' Th...... JL V ? watinee Wed-
"POLLY OF TMytrwuWrcK.B. Sp".i AT MhS.&
PhXa r' I",' Th. Musics,
ILLY AT BAKER NEXT' WEEK.
Flrat Time In This City of GrM Ntv.
York Comsdy Success.
liaker Ktoch riny will offer
Hilly, the great lly Theatre, N
York, laughing success of
' .... .11 n.st week commencing
BumUr roatlues. Hilly. Uh '
original phl. screaming sltuatlona
mHI... . will J
the flrat performance to
of laughter talking about It NwriJ
every theatregoer !" n
makes hlmUugn 10 a. 1 ' -
that la the reaaon shy comedlea Ike
Charley's Aunt. Th Msn mm Mev
leo, and othera of Ihe same f Use. are
....i.k. .fi-r n,anv years, still most
I.-..1I. ...rv.hers. Hilly has.lau.
added flavor of being rim" 17
lo Ihe West, and sim w l7,n,,""2r"
along new ana original h- - :
atiry concerns a rather light hssdwi,
but good looking and pleasing college
rhap who. having lost four promlnen
tooth U .l. fiH)tbaJl game. hs had ,
them rrplaced with ! ones, and ;
goea on a ahort ocean trip to (..- (
accustomed la them before meeting,
hla friends. To bis aurprlas he finds ;
his sweethet. her niomr -amongst
shorn Is hla rival on I",
Fearing his rival win ge
him he rushea Into proposing to lbs
glrL and Just then an accident knocks
out the false teeth He rusnea aws
to keep her fnm dlacovenog am
mlllstlon. and upon returning to nd
tbe teeth, they ars Unit. From now
on the complications multiply. .u
his mad aearcb for Ihe teeth, their
showing up at an auction sale of Ut
articles, and the spirited bidding for
them against his rival, final r"''
and winning of his ldy love all afford
opportunities tor unlimited funny slt
uatlona 8es Hilly at the Hsker n.U
S..nu .1.. .
ed, grows fs.L It, Z
nd eertsln. .
Veu san star, ,h
The Bank of Ore -J
' far fine sbee repalrinf as la r
THE OLD RELIABLE OIUgJ
CITY SHOE SHOP
- Werh vltll yew wait
Oor Mottot Stisfactton Gosraatet4 I
C. SCHOENHEINZ," P,1
711 Main Bet. Slsth and SsvtniK,
0. C. LATOUIlaTTTB IWdesL
THE FIRST NATIONS lj
- OREGON OTY , OREGON
' CAPITAL IMUM0 00.
Tranaasts S asrsl Banking VMln
BILLY, Playing at the Baker Theater all TMs Week. With Usual Matinees.
week and you will never regret U If
you love a good hearty laugh. L'auul
matlneea Sunday, Wednesday (liar
gain Day) and Haiurday.
' John fl. Wanboe Is to talk to Hie
Socialists In Knapp's hall thla after
noon at I 0'clotk. His ad'lreaa will
be "on the question of the S hour law,
at present In the handa of the Senate
committee at Salem
The Owner of the
L. L. Ranch
THE COUNT AND THE
' (Comedy )
THE BLACK BORDERED s
HER CHUM'S BROTHER. 4
I OKI LAND UNION STOCK
YARDS. Jan. 30 Hecelpts on this
murket for tbe week have been Hit
entile, ralvea, 16S3 bogs, (C sheep
and St II. M.
The rattle market for Ihe week baa
been easy In 'tons and prices have
agged from 2i to SO cents from the
high point of a week or two ago. There
was nothing of eitra quality In the
offerings and tbe lop pries wss not
The h g market also shows weak'
neaa In sympathy with Eastern points
Supplies were made up equally from
Missouri River and Portland, and the
quality aalde from contract deliveries
was not such as to brog out the full
strength of the msrket. - Tbe top price
waa ,s. lis.
Cjood quality sheep brought good
prices One lot of wethers brought
IS. 15 and ewes sold for It 50. Most
of the sheep offered were not fat and
wl x the heavy supply to choose from,
buyers were indifferent to everything
eiccpt tne beat.
I raft era, extra 1500 to 1700 lbs..
flCS lo 1350 ; drafters, fair to good.
iz to izoo: chunks, 1100 to llt:
chunk, medium, $S0 to 1100; drivers,
medium to good. 110 lo 1110: dIuis.
III! IO I4U.
Representative sales are as follows:
Ing paid In trsst; '
rash. Veal sellfe. j.jlt
IJHc cash iiaeo,
JOe, shoulder 17c, kulJ
dried lo to le poat7r
with II .S Ust taakaV
com msn 1 1 1 u, rM , fc" . .
IIAr- lo,er Iiim! r
esab. st hay Hit,. slV.
timothy 7 o. jHs4tg:
UC . n.
Oregon City Ohs'''
time In nearly an sal
some little activity k sf;
nearly eihaustsd, fen,'
season la over a4 tbi,
nearU so, but oatsAif
iiyiie ariiTiir msaiMM ,
104 Steers 1117
10 Bieers 1091
20 Steers , ; ... 1 1 10
21 Steers itil
77 Hogs Ji
S77 Hogs gflo
2 Cows 1041
20 Cows jflj
24 Cow 1145
4fl Cows $57
19 Calves lfl(j
10 Calves j-ia
795 Wethers , 100
204 Ewes 111
1 Htng 1250
.taking series of pictures on a sub
ject near to every one,
This series will appeal to the sentU
ment within us, and they should
be seen by y'ounj and old.'
. Canby Markets.
(Reported b? Gordon Bros. Co.)
C.RAINS Wheat soiling ti, corn
tl.CO evrt, oats 11.40. ' I'aylng ft 80
rash for oats at this -time. Rran
brings 85c sack, shorts $1.25, middlings
$1.85. barley 11.15. Flour la selling at
$5 the barrel. .
CHICKKNS-Sprlngers bring 7o
and. sre In good demand, hens 17c.
old roosters 12c, young roosters 15c.
Turkeys are quotable at Mo, ducks
20c and geese 130r
MK ATS Dressed pork Is selling at
lltto at this time and the same la be
firm with ire wocsd
temaad Is good Kir
10 $1. i
scart-'er svsty ssy
aequenro tht iksa-ss.
aomewbst 1f sot attawi C
0md stork Is brief sC "
11 50. and sometki mt M I
snrlng that price aT. C
still bold back aBcbiiA r.
getting snore, Itwei ew
cellar stock, and aast -
V EO BT A IH J3-0B f.
at 2o pound; csmaaewf
nips plenty wik sdglf
sack; bswls I trass
of all kinds but srwfsi ,v
and celery all Cassarti
ward la sympstMAtf
la off one cent si
$5 25. hard wheat vslfc
Ing rates IKS lo tW
about asm prlre-ai';
11.25. barley H f
HAY Merrbaats W
clover. $17 for IIsmOI
oat hay; aelllng Hhs(
Plenty of hay to meital
HUTTKR There k't
lbs market and lker(
to Sc; batter Is seUaji1
Is slow as are all cms
BUG There III
the market and tbe aw!
2 the doien. I
MEAT8 Dressed paV
lie to 12c for chotc. K
12 He to Ue. mtittoeN
er fowls: chickens '
will bring it. Oak; 1
Hods The boo aw'
firmer and It Is bsofd
wbo bold for tbe oste
get It. No great
Stock salt Vi
Cure Your Rt
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