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" - "MORNING ENTERPRISE, WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 15, 1911. '
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OREGON CITY, OREGON
jAwtpttta na ( eiA oaee
On Taar. bf "ell
Prrfwrrd position any P"S Pr Inch
i11lbiytonyj f. VV
iij 'J 'tiihr AT nr"tfrr
wf lln: to rrtular Jvr-
determined to put the President reci
procity plana on the shelf, and without
ao much aa an effort to eatlafy th
people or to try to And out
coded that 8 tOrti '
to call a h in IV Taft i
they lasJLjlscali 4i
Queen Victoria of Spain Settles
tleera c Una.
T. M)W.i hwoq 03tc v ei
Katva fur alvrtlln In (ha Warkly
KierprtiaABatTtaOMAljaa In Ih
for lha wkly. Wiwra. tha advcrtierment L
ta tranaforrrd iron) th aa
Congressmen been o timid a to take
tank tiM from, er.few lara flniir
will the effort of the President come
to nouxht because the bin manufac
turer have bo ablt.to. tla tha Prtai
bea:wtll lbwaaam lulerrwts mttw
WrS'fhTsit'aifemirt M'Woflf dn tb
fNftct iBi'aciapi). &oVh
.in,,freiiUi, aeA, nwJtiA
directs But If the Jt b?ut ajid tt
that BWra?56htWbrk-fnbw may
al-tueralAQd xfJn&tbfl ,rB
are certanc4evitorta'tiirrnkB and
AttiRsd'nateM to flieolc
fAt. It-zt ot Mil 9il xio.r hi nl
niiLMtmM.tothreaieai ,teiae,n a4
ipNMvftt-i coi make 4"wria tre'-thos.
Sjenajors who hnTW kJ Ji
Cull should jamoir ordrr whera
party la unknown la buatntaa offlca of
"arVS? VJvr1f.iX afci'A&fal 'Wnt
advertising MM6:ei inch, acoord
tag to epeclaJ eonjltum aoxmlnc tha
"Klra 8al" and Bankrupt Sala" advar
ttaemrnla SSc lnfuIujM Inarrtloo; addl
tlonat tnai-rtloa aanta oattrr Inch.
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DwHaaOaltJaSry Hot !.' RkWl
(BJafotMnieJ J Iraa.TaoraatfM
TaPt and people in harmony.
:! Wkea lh aMpi; and the President
4ut it kdf of the people. Insists tha
"ijijjretopo .dertaken it Is clearly
jiyfc 4ty, "i, Congress to put aside all
atejoctioae' and put the reform to the
-'tart. But when that la the case and
. the interests oa the other aide demand
.that "well enough be let alone," whom
think you will Congress obey?
This question is called -forth by the
present attitude of the President and
Congress pq the question of reciproci
ty. The President Is for reciprocity,
and he emits no uncertain sound in
his effort to make Congress and the
country aaderstand. And that the
President is honest ia his conTictioBS
one can bellere from the fact that he
- has just been given something of a
drubbing by the people In an effort to
waken him up.
On the other hand Congress seems
aaorat whyso many who. ought
mrlhnm'hnntii th njmttYnamtl wf tha
LrApSc against Lorlmer,
hare been so careful to say only good
words for Lorlmer on the floor and In
But those things will In no wise in
fluence the people towards an over
looking of the grT crime with which
Lorlmer Is charged. If every . other
Senator Is tainted, and for that reason,
votes to protect Lorlmer, it will in "no
way change many voters' attitude to
wards him, or towards those trying to
find excuse for him or his crime.
Many people are In earnest at this
time as regards tainted elections, and
Roosevelt Is not alone in feeling that
he cannot associate with Lorlmer and
his kind socially without In a measure
excusing the crime.
Debate at Clermont Tonight.
The debate at Clermont this evening
will be on the benefits to accrue from
a membership In the new fruit and
produce union. Those who will speak
on the affirmative will be George Kor-
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. f- in . k.y-j.yr-Wii -tf' l -'f T
M1H CATTLE FOR
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Our Advancing. Nation
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charming story la currant tn Madrid which proves that the gantle art of
"lying like a gentleman" did not die with King Edward of England. It has
been known for some time that there have been some very unpleasant hours
at the royal palace. The queen and the king have been decidedly "it' outs'
so much so. Indeed, that more than once Court circles hsve whispered that her
mejesty Intended "going home to her mother." . The friction dates back to the
publication of the report that It was King Alfonso who Introduced the then
King Manual to the fascinating Osby Deelya, the beautiful French actress.
The story was guardedly printed In Madrid, but the Engllah papers which
reach the palace published it In eiteuao, and when the queen read It there
was a scene. Her majesty demanded an explanation, and. although the king
denied the Incident, the royal relstlona became Strain ad. In his extremity and
distress, for Alfonso is really devotedly attached to the queen, the king ap
pealed to that prince of good fellows, the king of Ureece. King George at
once promised to straighten out the tsngle. and In a few days there appeared
a dispatch from Paris which stated that Gaby Deslys bad been exhibiting to
her friends a latter from his Heileule majesty which ran la effect: "Why
have yon been so Indiscreet as to add to the misfortunes of the joval botfae
of Portugal by boasting of your capture of King Manuel T Had I known
that any act ot mine would lead to this false step on your part I certainly
should not have done yon the great and moat undeserved honor of allowing
yon to kiss his majesty's hand. That I should have In a moment of Indiscre
tion ss great aa yours have Introduced his majesty to you Is a matter which I
most sincerely regret." Needleaa to say, meana were adopted by which Queen
In a aaw the letter, and now the relations of the Spanish royal family are
again of the moat affectionate character.
danat, H. Kuppepbender and Fred
Wourras. . On the negstlve will be
found B. Kuppenbender, John Gaffney
and Dr. T. Beard. O. E. Freytag prom
ises to be present and make a talk on
grading and packing..
'(rVtatlCZdUid tdi Oregon conn
tr are ranldlr. taking some of the
prestige from California which It hat
HW rttao many years In the way of
shlpmeuts or beef stocs irom ivianiain
Flmrrnu Is shown by the fart that
IWd of beef are now In the vallny,
Twhere they are being hold for ship
ment to portlaud about the first.
Ever since Klamath county fleet was
settled and drove Ita beef to market.
San Francisco and Sacramento Jiave
ot this stock, which has always been
considered the cream of the world for
table use. California haa secured prac
tlcally evefy hoof going out of this
entire Inland country from Silver Iake
this way up until the paat year, when
the tide began to turn toward port
Tha tOO head of beef to be shipped
to the Oregon metropolis twloug to
Charles and Jack Horton. They were
brought don from their range on the
Klamath Indian reservation by. the
Morton's buccaroa yesterday and are
being held preparatory for shipment
They are a bunch of as fine beef la
haa been seen in the city for some
time and will bring the highest mar'
ket price when they reach their dee
In apeaklng of the difference In
shlpplnr beef from" Klnmalh" between
the California and Oregon markets.
Jack - Morton stated yesterday that
Portland gave the ahlpper a better
deal than California. Me said th
buyers In California compelled the
Shipper to take his stock riuiK omn
ears and weigh them as they were un
loaded, while when shipments were
made to Portland the purchasers gave
the shipper the privilege of Uklng his
stock from the cars and giving them
both water and feed. If the owners so
desire, before they are weighed. Mr.
Morton states that this means a very
big Item In a large shipment of cattle.
it adds considerable to the weight.
On top of this, Mr. Morton states that
the Oregon markets are Just as high
aa the California markets, and all told
the cattle-shipper will make money by
taking his stork to that place. Mr.
Horton believes that the time Is com
Ins when Portland will receive the
largest slice of stock shipments from
the Klamath. Lakevlew and Silver
Lake regions Klamath Falls (Ore.)
Chronicle, September 19, 1910.
CHANG! INDORSES TREATY.
Woodlawn Body Acts In Oppoeitlon
to National Call.
My ' a unanimous vote, Woodlawn
Grage of the Patrons of Itusbsndry,
voted Saturday night to sustain the
reciprocity agreement with Canada as
proposed by President Taft. This Is
In direct opposition to the call ot the
National Grange. ,
' Discussion was opened by Dr. W. E.
81ater, who argued for the treaty. He
MYRON T. HE ft RICK. Fanner Governor
' OiLPETITION demands
that the employer hare ef-
;' ficient, well trained labor
in the shop and ih the office. He
mnst have about him men whose
training haa made them capable' of
ruccesaf ulj assuming larger and
larger responsibilities. '
"TO THE YOUNG MAN ANTICI
PATING A BUSINESS CAREER IT
IS ES8ENT1AL TO HI8 SUCCESS
THAT HE BE SO TRAINED THAT
"HE CAN SEE AND GRA8P THE
OPPORTUNITIES THAT WILL
COME TO HIM. IF HE IS UN
TRAINED AND INACCURATE AND
. LACKING IN EFFICIENCY HE
WILL BE OF INDIFFERENT VALUE
TO HIS EMPLOYER AND IN THE
CRUCIBLE OF TODAY'S COMPE
TITION MUST SOONER OR LATER
FIND HIMSELF ON THE "SCRAP
In the past twenty-five years the
manner and method of doing busi
ness have materially changed
lhe requirements of EFFI-
""'i or.nivr, are now im
perative in up to date, successful,
A quarter of a century ago spe
cial training waa not thought nec
essary or even desirable for those
...9u.to eater business; education
commonly waa considered a waste
vx umo. Ducceas came easily to
those who possessed Imagination,
aetermination and industry.
. PRACTICAL EXPERIENCE
THEN TOOK THE PLACE OF
OliUIAL TRAINING. Indus
trial relations were simple, and
thgjscope even of the great in
,dutrial enterprisea, waa very lim
fted as compared with that of the
, great corporations of today.- Then
, industry demanded of a young
man simply those qualities that
may be developed by experience;
today industry, demands that the
young man possess AN ACCU
RATE SCIENTIFIC KNOWL.
QE OF. PRLNCIPTJES in fiX
?r that 'h.uiy make tl- moat
EDMUND J. JAMES. Prcaldant of
Unlvanitr of Illinois,
E ARE COMING TO SEE
MORE AND MORE THAT
THE WEALTH OF A NA
TION LIES NOT IN ITS
FIELDS, ITS FORESTS AND ITS
MINES, BUT IN THE DEVELOPED
CAPACITIES OF ITS PEOPLE.
AND WE ARE COMING TO REC
OGNIZE MORE AND MORE CLEAR.
LY THAT SUCH CAPACITIES CAN-.
NOT BE DISCOVERED AND TRAIN.
ED TO THEIR FULLEST EXTENT
EXCEPT BY A SYSTEMATIC,
CAREFULLY CONSIDERED, COM.
PREHENSIVE NATIONAL PUR
POSE INCORPORATED IN A DEFI
NITE NATIONAL POLICY.
Compared with the possibilities
for the development of national
wealth which lie in the IN
AND SKILL OF THE COM
MUNITY, the saving effected by
a so called conservation of natural
resources becomes a mere baga
telle. The United States has had great
progress, but we are far from hav
ing reached the goal.
There is not another civilized
country that can show so large a
number of children absolutely be
yond the reach of what may be by
any stretch of courtesy called a
good elementary school as we havo
in the black regions of the south
or in the mountain regions of our
As to the second part of our
comprehensive system of national
education namely, the opportu
nitica for the DISCOVERY OF
THE. MANX FQUMS OF.TAIc
ENT AND. ABILITY IN THE
CHILDREN we are in many re:
pecta behind some of the other
When it comes to the third
point, that of offering facilities for
the TRAINING OF THESE
ABILITIES during and after the
school life of the child, so that
tbijy may be utilized in the Indus
tries, we have thns far done prao
The Kind That
Our New Steel Die Embossing
Machine IS THE THING
' la the front rank of the
Feepla who sueeesa In
a habit ef It n 4vl"f,
, 2 yln9 hbJt rsquir,
wlns4 ewltlvsllon. k.,.
md ... 7' "n,1 all ,
.lien, kut W
4. .raw, ft ' r;f
aM eertalrt. , , , r,w,r U
The Bank of Oregon City
D, a LATOUItrrnB resides;.
THE FIRST NATIONAL BAi
of OREGON CITY; OREGON
Transacts a 0ersl seklnf usleee. Open frem t'
said that It would not Injure the farm
ers In this country. Kev. William
Doticlas said that tba agreement would
bring the people of lhe United States
and Canada closer together and would
not sffiH-t tha prlre of train, aa that
la controlled elsewhere.
14, 1 ft ' Wt. i
. Artistic Decoration at
Henry Bosci Ccsy's
sew Tsrk CMssga
tot the Sasaoa of Nine-trrfl-alrvvn
beat lh World afford
taaSt ! M (Ml ml
a mmm wnwit t'i
tm4. Tkm k m MhU m.
tnl twa M Umw
ill tmtt I i iim MiaMH.
J. B. FOX Iff
Receipts at tba I'orfln4 Union-atock
yards for the week have been, cattle
1745; calves. He; bogs, 661; aheep,
6291; horses, 15.
This week's msrket waa an up and
down affair. Strength developed on
Monday only to wesksn on Thursday
when an enormous run appeared. Tb
market Friday wss fully a quarter off
and stesdy for the lower basis. Prime
Steers were offering more freely and
blah prices ruled on tbla class. Tha
bulk. sold around 16.00. flutcber cat
tie were ateady to lower after Thurs
The hog market waa a shade higher
If anything. One tot of eitra quality
auldal.Jn.6K, but the eitreme top to
day Is considered fft.SOr Heeelpta wars.
light and all from coast points.
Trade In the sheep house broke un
der tha strain of a mutton avalanche
fully a half dollar and grain fed year
lings and wetbera are quoted from
$t .6004.75. I-amtis $6.0096.15. buy
ers are Indifferent to anything but
strictly top quality.
Trade In the horse market waa com
partlvely quiet as the supply on hand
waa very light. Demand contlnuea
good for heavy draftera.
Representative sales have been as
97 sfeors ,..1155 fA.U
146 steers T.".TT'.Tnui 1175 , 6.15
lit steers 1098 6.10
178 steers 1030 6.90
18 bulls ....1455 4 25
852 lambs 71 6.00
499 wethers 118 4.76
785 ewes 103 8.75
879 ewes 18 8.11
25 cows 1140 6.60
26 cows 1048 6.85
67 cows 1054 6.26
28 cowa 90S 4.50
4 calves 165 8.26
98 hogs 196 8.66
93 hogs Hi g in
44 hogs - 163 8.00
169 hog 235 7.16
Two draft horsna 1.100 each. Two
driving horses $275 each.
with ILH best isiQ offars
commands $i 05, raili
cash, oat hay $14 Ro, wheat k. J
timothy $17.60, mland Hi"
Oregon City Quotstlss.
Market nnrwtlil..... -
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changed the past week In bhU. ?
but la line, naari, ln.M
Tha trade Ii
the aucress of the Oragoo Cthi,'
and produce Union. rhi.n. Z
the Union will be abln to d, IkJt
for battar grading of hr,",J
n tha past there has bees Sfi
lempt iada to properly gjr;
pack frolta and vegaubie mTs!
sequence nierchKiils ot. ofu. ?
(Reported bv Gordon Bros. Co.)
ORAIN8 Whest selling $1, corn
$1.60 cwt. oats $1.40. Paying 81.30
cast) ror oats at tbla time. Rran
brlnga 85c sack, shorts $1.25, middlings
$1.85, barley 11.15. .Flour la selling at
o ine oarrei. . r ,
vHIiJKENb Springers bring 17c
ana are tn good demand,- hens 17c,
old rooeters Ho, young roosters 15c,
Turkeys arc quotable at 20c, ducka
20c and geese 13c. , . .
MEATS Dressed pork Is selling st
llVie at this time and the aamc I be
ing paid In trade; lOHo Is paid In
cash. Veal selling 1440 and paying
ISMiC cash. Tlaoon and ham sella at
10c, ahoulder 17c, lard commands 13e,
FRUITS Apples command 85o box,
dried 5c to 8c pound, prunes 6c KJ 6e.
POTATOES Potatoes aell at $1.45,
wishing good prodnc froaj
to pack and not1 from lark - 2
atock raised. ' "
APPIJC3 The apple start: .j
firm with large" storks still .
Demand la good with prices neTf
o $1. .
rOTATOES-No chsBg Vr
but a tendency to a stinaalaik
mand. Oood stock wklck a )
shipped In from lark of ear gr
and packing of home etact-k
$1 50. While there Is some ted (
offered It la not what caa kt gr
ered first clasa and loral 4iej'
buying outside for thair kea k
- VKOETAIlLKS-)t)ftni v g
at to pound; carrots, paranltsei,
nips plenty with telling wtor
sack ; beets bunches fur lit; f
of all klnda but msrket free, fk
and celery all California fUctaJ
FLOUR The Inellqatlna b
ward In sympathy w'th ;;
Is off one eent a bimhnl. Ural
$6 16. hard wheat brand till, j
CORN 8elllng $1 Ion natarr;
Ing rates $1.66 to II 75 bandnt
about same prices brae Ik I
$116. barley $1.10. There nil
decline In quotation! thoefl K
that la noticeable. )
HAY Merchants paylai Bt
clover, $17 for timothy, u4 K
oat hay: selling alfalfa for H
Plenty of hay to meet deanata
Ii UTTEn Shows a Btot
and a weakening In asasadt
goods allll command 7lrrlXM
grades cannot hold up ttwnmj
1st Ions. ' Cheese showi m H
but about holds Ita own. '
WK18 Have made anotkn-ar
and ara up 4c In price overhsf
lions. The ton of tha martst
firmer and fh good stock ax
13c . -1
Ii BANS The market for kr
very atlff and tha price rtstat I
shipments of slocks stores kl
countries r being shlpest I
York, and their return maaej n
profit to those who have theal
abroad. - 4
HONEY Stock air nieta:
white honey on the market; a
very stiff and prices very kgtj
MEATS Dressed pork k If
lie to 12e for choice. Veal ear
12Hc to 13c, mutton 9c lo lttk
POULTRY No demand fort
er fowls; chickens 14c ih
will bring 16c. Only sweat,
Hops Tha hop market k ks
firmer and It la believed 01
ho hold for tha outside W
get IL No great movemeet i
Belt Liverpool J
Stock salt 4 groona, wi
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