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Corning enterprise, Wednesday, march i. isn.
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First Pasa. par vac aJUeS nmrtlpaa. . lc
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pewit ua any pw, par aaeti
ud4 Inarrtrana lac
Run pal - other than tlrat se. rr a-
first frvewttoe. lie
Run papae ihtf thaa first a, par la en
aeVIa fctaarMoae me
Locale 'c par llaa; to reewktr eerer-
tteara e Itiia
Want. Per Sal. Ta Rant ate-, ewe
ortil a wwd first toiee.-ttoa: esja-hatf eewt
Rates' for aJrerttatws In the Weakly
Entrprte arui b tbe easaa as la the
4if for adverttaeiwenta art aepeclelty
-for the weekly. Whrre (h advartieemnt
la tranafrrrrd frrra ih dally to th weak
ly, without rnaace. the rata will be Se
aa tare for tan ef 'ha paper, aa4 lee aa
lara fer epaclaJ poatlwn.
Cask ahoutd arrorapsxr eroVr where
party kt unkaowa In business office of
Lacal adrartlainc at l-cl adrentstaf
Clrctia advertising and special tranaVni
adrartlainc at t&r in Se an Inch, accord
ka( to ap-olal coadllloae t or em In g- lb
Flre Bale" end Banarurl Bala'
tlaemants tme Inch flrrt inart!ea: add)
ItaneJ haaartlona aaraa matter 2ke Inch.
Nawe Itrms and wall wrlt'an artldaa
of BeerIL with iateraat to Incal raadera.
win be sladly accpu-d. Rarctel manu-
ted by stami
oe te prrpay soetaan.
CITY OFFICIAL NEWSPAPER.
WHAT -ABOUT LORIMERf
About e'very so often the Senate of
the United States, which Is supposed
te be the most dignified legislative '
body In the world, does s banch of boy , J, ' L,toufa,',et Mrm. W.
stunts that would make an eighth, A sbewman. Mrs. Andrews, of Penn
arade achook boy1 ashamed of himself . sTlyania. Mrs. T. A. McBride. Mrs.
If once he was led to atop and con
sider. . Just at the present time the contro
versy Is over the taking of a vote on
the proposition looking to the ex
pulsion of Senator Lorimer. who Is
accused of the wrongful use of money
la aecurlns! his election to the Senate
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em, and the sooner the better? Is It
possible that there are those who are
so fearful of the outcome that they
wish to save him as long as possible
is the belief that JatJcm.- rrke
steajnv--wr boob condense and then
Lorimer may escape?
To men who stop to think there are
several ugly sides to thla Lorimer
matter; and the longer It la kept In
the public mind the worse It looks.
There can be no doubt la the minds
of those who understand Inside ma
alpu 1st loos that Lorimer need money,
that hla lieutenants used money, and
that Lorimer furnished It and knew
that It waa their intention to use it
Then why haggle over the Judgment
when that judgment Is to end In Lort- j
mer's losing the seat to which he bat
o right? Certainly the spectacle of1
thla haggle is not Inspiring and It can
not be convincing of Innocence though
hie friends tire out those who would
see him punished.
And the way-certain other Senators
rattle around In aa effort to save Lori ,
mer is having its effect in leading citi
Sana the country over to think that
there may be reason for this effort
to shut off all debate and voting be
anna t. flw ... nn,t I
. ' erybody come dressed In bard-times
tag that a flood might wash more than Anyone wearing Jewelry,
en off hla Senatorial base. And why j tie, collar or other finery, will be fined
should It not, in case others have been for each offense. A prize will be giv
es guilty aa Lorimer? To let no ! eD ,n bst costume representing
. ,. : hard tlmt-s. The Redland brass band
7' m ,n'ure DO ne- '
nless one InterpreU meting out to a
i Police -
':X j' fVHOMOH HAXtrf. laveato.
' ,':;-'sejiTrr' a '' ' i '" . "' ''
, . " ' A ' nmg'-r raacaine cue ..
jrc 'ponftTiM what are we"
r-' "'going' to do v'ith it t ,
x ;y There are" three fielils opeiv for
L' TiAtloD-SPOliT,' W ARf ' AJt" D i
:iX WAUiEKUJJVLISM. - ' ,
w, there are twS- waya to
-- pwpare ior Trar. Odo la to. pre-
7!iiM for it amply with FOKTiri
CATIONS, WARSHIPS AND
, AEROPLANES, and the other w "
- : to talk ' about .dinarmament and
. peace at any price.'. . . ' f'
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i " innre are two wava to orevent
check, and the other is to be so prepared that there it) no need for
."bitt.ngWk.' 'But the 'preparation for war la the' CHEAPEST
.. ,KINJ) OF INSURANCE. ; : ' '
L y '-, ' IT IS MY BELIEF THAT THE GREATEST UTILITY OF THE FLY
V . ." INQ -MACHINE 13" FOR WAR.. IN THE NEXT GREAT WAR AVIATION
it"' 1' 'OOlNfi'TO AKE WAR. Ifrr'p, THE TIRD OIMENSION.'AMD
-.WE'LL HAVE THE WJHOLf CUSIO CONTENT'S Of THE CELESTIAL
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' " 1 Victory in the future will depend on the POLICING; OF TlIE
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. ' . Tliere will bo lut one -way of 'meeting aviation, and that i by
; aviation;' 'Wi nmt MEET THE FLYING .MACHINE.' - WITH
. TXtlNO ."MACHINES. Id tlrtereot'Iof; war 'it will
1 RTR0NGE5T VM. - - ' . .
ertsalaeJ the JuetJce which, hla peat
lire) deserves M teJury. ; "f
CliUTiCH OP CiCliST
ML BE DEDICATED
FIRST SERVICE IN THE Ji.fNO-
SOME, HEW HURCH will be
Service will be held ta the new
chnrch of th Church of Carta. Scien
tist, oa Sunday morning, at 11 o clock.
This will be the first service that baa
been held In this building, and no
doubt there will be a large congrega
tlon. . The readers, of tne eeevtce II
b by Mrs- A. a Freel, Are, reader, and
George Krey. eecond reader. TM
reading room will be opened this af
ternoon from S to 4 o clock.
Thla buildlne- ta ona of the most at
ran Ire edifices tn. the city. It ta
built - on th buna alow style, wlta
drooping roof. The windowa arc of
chipped glass, and the door, which has
just been completed, lav or Dungajow
style also, aad la most attract Ire. The
upper part Is In colored glaa bearing
the Cross and Crown, the emblems of
j the church.
MRS RANDS ENTERTAlW
Wednesday. Afternoon Bridge Club
Has An Enjoyable Occasion.
Mrs. E. T. Rands was hostess to a
bridxe party at her home Tuesday,
which proved a Terr pleasant occa
sion. Her quests were the members
of the Wednesday afternoon bridge
club. The prlia-bautlful ailrer
spoon were won by Mrs. Nleta Bar
low Lawrence and Mrs. J. R. Hum
phry. Refreshments were erred.
Those present were: - -J
Mra. Nleta Barlow Lawrence, Mrs.
J. H. Walker. Mrs. Ma Bo'lck. Mr.
K. F. Baker. Mrs. J. N. Welsner, Mrs.
E. A. Chapman, Mrs. Lena Charman.
Mra. L A. Morria, Mra. H. F. Mount.
Mrs. John Adams. Mra. L. R. Porter,
Miss M. L. Holmes, Mlsa Marjorle
Caufleld. Miss Nell CauHeld,
Twilight Literary Meets Saturday.
The Twilight literary society will
meet on Saturday night and for that
occasion there will be produced a lit-
tie playlet, with a musical program
aim i. cviiu.. v v
from Portland. There will also be a
debate on the subject. "Resolved. That
a Competent Engineer to Oversee the
Road Work In the County Would h
Praetfcst and1 Economical' The Twi
light orchestra will give several nam
Council to Pass en Permit
Plans for the Commercial Club
building, to be built on Main street
icroma from the Court House, are com
pleted and. will be presented to Coun
cil at its meeting this evening for the
approval of that body. Ascare has
been taken In meeting the require
ments of good business methods It la
not believed there will be any hesi
tancy In paaalng favorably on the pro
position. MUST SUPPORT FAMILY.
Bricker, of Oswego.
for Failing to Do So.
Charles Bricker waa arrested Tuea
day at O'wego for failure to support
his wife, Mrs. Emma Bricker, and four
children. Mra. Bricker swore to the
complaint, and theu warrant waa
served by Sheriff Mass.
There Is one man doing a year in
the county Jail at the present time for
the aame offense.
Hard Times Social Saturday.
The I. O. G. F. will give a Hard
Time Social at Fir Grove school house
next Saturday evening, March 4. Ev-
mM furnih music Tor the occasion,
.s0 refreshments will be served.
of the Sky.
war. i" OnA i to -turn tK ..l.ae
Steel Ski HiliV In '.Wisconsin
XnweT Into the Air 11& feet
fyrr vO; -. ; ' s , i Ml
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a MER1CANS are beginning te show
na meats aa la shewn ta Norway, from whence the sport cornea. Al
ready there are sis "ski bills" la thla country, the longest and finest
nsvln Jest bean dedicated at Btenghton. Wis. This "hill" te really
aa ukctlse supported e steel towers. The platreraa at the extreme top la us
feet from the ground, and the elide drops at a ateep Incline a distance ef T
feet te the "bump" or Jumping place, which la fifteen feet above the ground
The platform tt seventeen feet higher than say ether ski hill ever constructed,
and the slide Is also steeper thsa aay ether In eiisteore. The Jnaapers who
have the temerity to slide down this ley IncMae will attain a apeed of seventy
or etshty mile aa hour, and after leaving the "bump" will fly 140 or 130 feet
throiigU the sir te land In a pile ef soft snow.. The Amerli-sn record fer a
jump la 140 feet, while the Norway record ta 168 feet. The cut shows th
new hill at fttnnshtne) with a kl Jnssner tn flight In the roruer.
Married In Portland Tueaday.
Frank Davis, of this city, and Miss
Viola Howard, of Portland, were unit
ed In marriage Tueaday evening. Feb
ruary 21, at the residence of Rev.
Benjamin Toung. of the Taylor Street
Methodist Church. Portland.
Will Lecture In Gladstone School.
Dr. Bancroft, a lecturer from Port
land, will speak In the Gladstone Hla-h
school forum on Wednesday morning
on tne "Assassination of Lincoln." Dr.
Bancroft claims to have been one of
he first at the aide of the stricken
Pnsldent. and that he assisted In re
moving him from the theatre to hla
home. He la a man who haa seen
much of the world and It la aald
makes a very interestlng-and instmo
uve aaarese. .
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almost aa much Interest ta ski tour
SUCCESSFUL RELAY RUN.
Boy Scouts Will Enjoy a Paper Chase
Saturday of Thla Week.
The boy acouta of the M. E. Sunday
school made n relay run to Bolton last
Saturday. The lads all walked out
and then made the ran In. Those who
" I participated enjoyed themselves huge-
On Saturday of thla week there will
be a paper ehae by the aame .or
ganisation through the town and over
the hills. One boy will be given a
quantity of confetti and set loose and
after he haa a start of two aquares the
rhaae will become general.- The lead
er must scatter hla confetti so thst
those In the chase can keep track of
the direction In which be la running.
Try Howard's Beat Flour 11.20 sack
at Bigger ft Tanls,' Seventh street.
The Kind That
Our New Steel Die Embossing
Machine IS THE THING
In the front rank of the
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JOD FEUIS HILL
MR. H'LL WAS FOR MANY YEARS
AN HONORED RESIDENT OP
' OREGON CITY.
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The remains of John Pettis Hill.
business man of The !llee. who died
at' hla home on Monday moraine, at
10:40 o clock after an Illness of two
nMM.ihs.were brought to thla etty yes
terday morning by bis son. Wlnneld.
aad the remains are at the llolmaa
undertaking- parlors. Mra. Hill will
arrive la Oregon City thla morning,
and the funeral services will be oov
ducted from the Bt. PaaCa Episcopal
church thla afternoon at t o'clock,
Rev rhariea Roblnaon. rector, will
i.friciate. The Interment will be In
th Mountain View' cemetery.
John Hill waa born May f. II JO, In
inhtiann rnuntv. Missouri, and waa
i h. an of Mr. and Mr. Thomaa Win
field Hill He came to Oregon In the
ear of U7S..end settled at Oregon
City, where he waa united In tnarrte
to Miss Ida Anderson In the year
ts Tan children were born to
there. Wlnfleld and Mlsa Vara, both
of Tb Dalles.
Mr. Hill was in tns city ior
years until the year IrOQ. wnen no
loft wllh hie family for Bumpier, Ore
mn. remaining there for some time,
and then went to Silver Lake, Oregon,
and In I KM went to The Dalles, whtrh
niasa he has made his home ever
since. ' ,
Deceased -waa well and favorably
known In thla city, and waa ta busi
ness here for many yearn.
Special Services at St Paul's.
There will be services at Bt Paul's
Episcopal church on Wednesday.
Morning service at T:S0 with commun
ion; 10:30 service, and service at 7:30
p. m On Friday evening aervlce will
be held at T:30. Rev. Charles Robln
aon officiating. - . ' . '
REAL ESTATE. -The
following transfers of real re
late were filed yesterday In the office
of County Recorder L. E. Wlltlama:
German M. E. Church of Mllwaukle
to Emma Spangenberit. lot t, block 1,
subdivision of tract 5. and east half
of tract 2. 0"k drove; 50.
Christ and Rosalie Palmer to cnaa.
Helna. land In township S south, range
2 east; $12.0m.
Henry A. and Haltie Ball to Elmer
E. Jtall. north half of lot 2. section 6.
township 2 south, range 1 east, 4S
W. A. and Nancy Salt marsh to Char
lotto Taylor, lots 67 and SI,, Prune
land; ftO. .
-William A. and May L Caldwell to
C. Sleurewald, west half of north
west quarter, northeast quarter of
northwest quarter, northwest Iqusrter
of northeast quarter, section 14, town
ship 7 south, range 4 east; 100.
Alice H. and J. A. Roman to Thomas
and Mary T. Smith. 14 -4 acree. town
ship S south, range 2 east; 2HM.
- N.-1 and Delia M. Hnriner to w. n..
MarhellT 20 acreiTsecllotinrnd-t;
township 1 south, range 4 east; ISI00.
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isesn iwr leys
Let each ahlld Have Ha own wvlnoa aseoulv
cultivate an interest In seeing It grew. " ht
There la ne better wsy to lay the found... .
Hee ef thrift A foe atari r,t'!'"
a great Influence en the ahlld'a future" w1"
Thla bank has a
a a latocbttb
THE FIRST NATIONAL BAriv
. ; ' of OREGON CITY , ORGON !
:" ' - CAMTAU St4iS0tXSt. '
Treaaaaea a awere Senalnf . Iwli
AT BAPTIST CflUn
NEXT SUNDAY PROF. STOUT WILL
SING AND PREACH SPECIAL
PROGRAM OP MUSIC
A patriotic, service waa held at
Baptlat ohurch last Sunday evening.
Tne pernor. Rev. 8. A. Hay worth.
spoke on tbe reUcloua and moral char
acter of Oeorie Washington.
Kulghta of Pythlae were present tn
body to the number of about
Tbe Orangemen were also present
With the presence of these two orders
and tbe regular members of
church tbe house waa well Oiled.
music wss a leading feature.
Olrasiead aang a solo, "Hail to
Chief,'' at tbe close -of tbe address
which waa pronounced by alt who
beard It a moat Inspiring solo.
Moody sang. "The lUttle Hymn of
Republic," tbe audience Joining oa
Nest Sunday nlcbt there will be
special musical aervlce participated
by tbe choir and assisted by Prof.
P. Stout, tbe great gospel alnger of
the West. Prof. Stout la everywhere
regarded as the equal of Bankey. He
waa here one year ago for two weeks
assisting Paator Hay won b and at
tracted large audiences. He also
sang In the first M. C church
Portland for two wreka.'
Prof, "tout slnga with great fervor
and spiritual power, landing hla me
sac" In the heart of tbe hearer.
combination of talent at tbe Baptist
church neat Sunday evening will give
Oregon City people a rare treat
uplift of soul.
Choice office rooms In Gambrlnua
I block: steam heat. Pee J. J. Tobtn.
Artiitic Drroration at
Henry Bostt Cospjfs
new Tsrk GMeage '
Tor the Season ef Nine-een-lrven
best lh World sflords
SaarW sarti aWa m aa
a4 mam antaiilM
. Tkars h aa akliutlM m .
a l t-4 tm as4w
III ttmln kwMeida m
J. B. FOX '23
The receipts on tne market for the
week ending .today are a follows:
Cattlo 1997, calvea (2, hoga 1009, aheep
Gnu and homos 8.
One of the features of the week waa
the strength of the cattle market,
prime hay fed steers bringing $0.75
and prices ranging around 8 for med
ium grades, fluyera were ready to
buy and every thing cleaned up at sat
isfactory prices. The cow market
wss steady but receipts were very
light Calvea were In a minority and
quality of those offered waa not good.
The hog market waa In splendid
condition. Scarcity of receipts and
strong demand account for prices
Jald. Only 1 cars were Bold on the
open market, one bringing $8. SO and
the other, well finished stuff weighing
208, 18.75. Balance of the receipts
was contracted Eaaterq etock.
Recelpta In tbe aheep line were atlll
large but prlcea seem to have found a
level at the following quotations:
Good grain fed lamba $5.50 to $5.85,
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ana ins the value a
K)f Oregon Qty.
aallu.. w - ...
Everything w .J u
era Mme4'ajlafle4. 9 M
Ja !ltho m'rl, . L
Med good for drafters
creaeea market r..r -hi: i
Ing horses. ""7
following sales are
143 ateera ....
IN ateera ....
I calvea ....
II eelvea ......
' S aiaaa ......
47 cowe ......
527 yearling . , . "
S draft horses ...j".
S drlvlne horses' . .,
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Oregon City Ma,
The general market
downward. In certala MZrJ
marked and In others
lack of supply letidm. anwa
hen the aterage Is itraVj;
dency ta downrj.
APPUCSO,. ,pptat wfc
msnd yet. and the price k mV
better prlcea for t stork wTl
enough good ,,w( lowm
there Is III He or no aanu (a It
'"r Price. PrVw T
about 75e to i tke ke. :
choice receiving i little btturSm
Offerings are libt ksra m w
reporta large offarlnrt.
POTATOES-Hlow awreaea. t
mand light. I'Iroly of Hm'
the country yet and a fcettrii
outalde buyers were klesiaj a.
welt for them bat sow tat fast
exeaae ea'lsfied or the ktysn bet
Many are holding for ttwi m
higher than Ike market a4 kah
era cannot Mp ta safety; an
shippers may 'tare a better ear
loan local; must save te ety at
wanted by thoee eaeartacMlaj
last report ; onions are a Blue
In-price but otheri tatrUWe lw
about the aame. ttoloetlHian
and carrots 7Sc to 1 1 each. Baratig
to 11.25 aark, rabtaa k soasi
TXjaVK AND GRACt-teett
no change alnce last swutloer-l
flour $5.15 and hard ektetSskl
higher; oat a $25 to $H, em aV
$1.15 to $1.75 bundrai Ibertt
barley $120. paying ' let keiM I
local wheat. White tsftrkskl
aame on oats the marlliai
local dealers selling seed est tali
lent they drop lower. SttSajfer.
HA V Lota of bay Is
being offered freely It; aa
weak. With winter pa"? waei
to sell and the markes; an tnta
BKKIH Prices are stiffed
and ' local dealers are jfajtaj t
dosen. . , ' '
I BirTTER In country, W
market la demoralised; I RW '
and 25c, and the variation fet
a aa wide aa the-prirei ow
commands 20c to 25c and I '
POULTRY Price are
hlsher and tbe demand il
bring 18, roosters lze, jp
and mled rhlckens 13c 1rtl
tnr doing In larger fowls (
MEATS veal, nreaaea,
tne to lie. hogs 8c sna I".
big demand for mutton 'b1
fluctuate according to whutk
HIDES Green 6c pound,
dry hides 12o to 14c, sbeefr
to 175c each. '
WOOL Brings 1n to ,1" r
mohair 2e to 30o. .
DRIKD rRWTS KVBpors--'
no and '7c. sun dried 6c, wn"
SALT Selling 60o to t
80 lb. ssck. half grounu.
100 lb. sacks.
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V at"" v
IhiiMUa Din. bottom, ulrv'
tlvatloa and balance all I
land but la ptar
llvlnjr water, 4 room nj
and outhouaea, family o
D., Phone Creaf Route)
to acbool, m miles to X
to Hubbard, II mla W
Surrounding landa J
.... r ... . This Ida -
sun; ana on ui. j i
sen for only $00 an acf y.
and balance at jar era ,
sa ci I inTTl
Near Buapenaloa BriM
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