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MORNINO ENTERPRISE, THURSDAY, MARCH 2, 1911
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E. BRODIC, Edits end Publisher.
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a rt first kteartloa; tan half cm!
ear additional. .
ataa for trnrlMaf ha the Wastry
Bniarartae wlU aa th mm as te tlx
wit. ror aaorttaasala art apctallr
far the waasly. Wsr tha xlTirUtraMt
nawaiaiiaai rrooi u eaiiy In ware-
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FROM BID R03ERTS
NeW Aero Iceboat Travels at
Speed of Seventy Miles an Hour.
CANEMAH LAO TOO FAST AND
IHOWI GREATER powers
Or ENDURANCE. .
' apxtej postMon.
boa 14 mneom
sorry M tmkaewe te bssteeas afTlea
Lecal aaverttsin at raJ adrartiainf
Orews aeVartMas: ana aprcial treaateat
wtl USeMMeu teen, accord
is to srrisl eaadiUoaa sxyrarnlnf tba
Tlr Sate- sad Bankroac hV aVr
iniaiau ate taca nrat toirtiua: a44i
timl mdum mm sutler Jsa teck.
Howe ttessa sa van srrtt'ro artic
waaam. wni nurreaf to locaj raedara.
wfli a (teat ccaatt. Relsrtsd aua-
aavar rxai aS pala ac
Bad by Hum to prapsy mat aaa.
CITY OFFICIAL NEWSPAPER.
BUT SELL PORTION
CEMETERY COMMITTEE TO VISIT
AND DETERMINE ON IMPROVE
MENT MADE NECESSARY.
The wrestling match at MllwsukleJ
Wednesday evening between Ask
Smith, of Caaemah, aad BM Roberts.
of Mllaraaki. remit la a Ttoory for
8mlth. Thra srer two rouada. Smith
sinning both. Th Brat Ustoa 20
minutes whea Smith thrsjr his oppoa-
nt with tba ana bar bold. Th ro
ond fall ni woe la two mlaat.
Smith .nslng tb hd sclsaora and
bar bold: Tba bora wrs arenlrl
matched aa to wrijcht bat Smith
proved too fast aad demoaatratod
greater eaduraace; tber welched la
at 140 yoaods. Roberts has beea wla-
alag la a local way around his homel
George aad Amoa Smith, younger
brothers of Auk. went oa for two pre-
limiaary falls, both of which were won
by George time two and IS minutes.
Oswego Man Evades Arrest.
Sheriff Mast retnraed Tuesday
night from Oswego after a fruitless
search for Cbarlee Sticker, for whom
a warreat of arrest was Issued oa a
charge of failure to support his wife.
Mrs. Emma Bricker. aad their fouri
children. Whea the officer reached
Oswego the bird had flown.
rhete Cepyrlght by America Press AsseclsUoa.
KN America as start to gt any place they osaally waat te r lo a
harry: Speed la ooe of tae great cettskierauoaa la an metauos ar
traeeL This element m oae f tae cnsrarterUOcs ef U aero ice
boat Ureated by Charles J. Swala of Philadelphia. He has his
craft, which be baa aimed Doodsng. at Sarsesc lake. New Terk. and he hai
been traTrllng erer the froaea sarface ef that body of water at fifty, eUty
Mere to Attend Hill Funeral. I aad eeea seveaty muea aa aeur. "T'7 """'
hfra.: Joseoh Paowest. Mrs. Msrr moontrd oa skMs Instead or on waeeia. aaa it is onren isroaga toe sir oy a
Gebhardt, of Portland, aad Mrs. Frank propeller rery mora, tike those need oa aeroplaaes. The propeiir Is sttscbed
to a shaft wblrh passes aver tae aeaa oi too rnauaear er ine k-t i"a i m
engine that drives the craft ass six cylinders aad ran develop slity or seventy-
tee horsepower. Whea going at full speed Mr Fwsin ine i-rn sill leap
s-rer holes la the Ice and that rough places do not l4W him oiteriliy. Tse
Doodsng ts steered by meant ef a wheel which cniiTrula the Iruui nuuers aa
the wheel of aa auto cootroia the front wheels '
Taylor, of Philomath, war In this city
Wednesday, ha vine coma here to at
tend the funeral services of the late
Joha HilL Mrs. Taylor la a slater to
Mrs. Hill, and -was formerly a resident
of this city. Mrs. Hill and her son.
Winifred, leave for their horn at The
Dalles todav. Tha former returned ta
Portland yesterday afternoon 'with I M other, accessories necessary for ! Mr. Johnson received first prite and
trip to Moialla aad white there had
the pleasure of hearing U W. Rob
bins practice speaking his piece ha Is
going to speak fur the st M. I". Aato
Mrs. Chas. Ilolmaa Is vUitlng sw the
raach with her fraadsoa, Charles Mc
Mrs. a T. Kay aaa 'beea on Ue
sick list for the last week.
Mtsa Nordllnc of Portlaad. was vle-
lllns Mlsa Mabel Chladgrea this week.
Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Hoi mar are laid
an for repairs with crip.
The Scnarer Lumber Co a mm was
tunning today with a small crew cet
ting ready to run with a full fore la
the near future.
A. V. Darts was visiting home folks
Saturday and Sunday.
The ground this part of the coun
try has beea froaea too hard to plow
the last few mornings.
H. C. noaacher waa hauling hay
from Liberal one day this week.
A. U Larklns made a business trip
to Moialla Saturday. He either heard
the wires 'moaning or someone speak
Ing aa auto piece he could not deter
"J. FALVS VIEW.
T. U 8agar. who haa beea residing
at home with his son. Loula. haa gone
to Portland for a few data oa bust'
training and development work. The
young men In tba local school arc tak
ing great Interest In athletics this sea-
. The saeetioa of the poorly eoadl
tJowed feacea about the new addition
a . Mountain view, cemetery was
hromght - as la CoaacU Wednesday
nichC la eoaawqweac It waa deemed
wtoe, after awaaa aoaeljrrafkai. to ask
committee to go to the
inspect the fences and
aee what la needed la the matter. -
This dtscaaalusi brought oat the fact
that a Bortaoa of the' grounds of the
ctmetery are annt for cemetery pur
poses, and , that there Is a purchaser
ha ght for this portion of tba ceme
The taforauuioa was volunteered
that certain people are hauling atone
sway from the cemetery ground cer-'
taia portions of It being very much
Incumbered and this matter la to be
among other things.
The farmers are very busy mittinc
In their crops while the sua shines.
James Hyltoa is taking a few weeks'
The Misses Hoffman, "of New Era.
PAYS $10 FINE.
Complaint - Comes From the Home;
Charge Drunk and Disorderly.
jocn Larvaas was taken into cus
tody at 4 o'clock Tuesday afternoon
and locked la the city prison. A tele
phone message waa received by Offi
cer gnaw from his home, the com
plaint being that he was drinking and
very ugly and threatening.
Officer Shaw went to the home aad
found Larvass under the Influence of
minor ana soasive BBS. SO Be took Aim 1 wars meets at ttirkni.. u. ..
r ehT4e VraiaT-Tirnav .aJ BBOM H" CrlTUmaby. of Molalta. was quits
a cnarge agaiast him of druak and I Rart uir k .t..t , . . . ..
t..ji o.i .v'l 7 trM.umwTt u iB-1 iwii j oon aioDaay Bitemoon wnue
sura hw uc roMtor ana exneeta tn m hm ii - i . - t
rniltv of tin mA xt T"V I , . " . " . u j ii iiauv ruKinra vi ine ocnaier uumper CO.. at
Si .nf ... rJTh eCWi lf,.8!,a.r.dlr br ohter. Mrs. j Mesdowbrook. We are not advised
a.w e-,a- I F ifU J. MmlM!!. ... V h. - li... V J
m aa. -. .... I w , saw assm mVSaiW as sjs as wr WM
i" auiaes tsettta and Grace Sunk I he ,,.. h k. . 1. . i..
CHURCH'S RIGHT TO LAND entertained the Mount Pleasant Whist broken aad the other badly bruised
Miss Ruby wss gives consolation
prise. A delicious luncheon wss
served the guests.
Twilight Literary will meet next
Saturday evening at o'clock la the
hall The mala feature of the even
ing will be the debate, "Resolved.
That a Competent Engineer to Super
vise Road Construction In Clackamas
County Would Be Beneficial and Prac
- Affirmative Geo. Latelle, A. H.
Harvey..- Negative J. C M.lDodds.
Our school here has beea closed
for the past few days as our teacher
Mattle D. Hayma'als qulte lll with the
Louis 8a car, who has beea quite ill
for the past week. Is abb to be ap
and around again.
Mr Shaw, of Poverty Hill, called oa
Moser last Friday.
Louis Wallace made a bualnees trip
to Oregon City Monday.
Mr. and Mrs. M. Beck have sold
their farm and moved to Portland
We are loklng every day to see our
new neighbors arrive.
L. Moser made a trip to Oregon
City Tueeday oa business.
Mr. snd Mrs. Henry Wallsce. Mr,
snd Mrs. Louis Wallsce and family
and Mr. and Mrs Will Wallace aad
family attended the dance at Robert
Dullard a last Saturday night.
' Mattle O. Heyman spent last Friday
and Saturday In Portland on business
C. H. Dye Argues That Congregational
Church Owns Half ef Street.
At last night's meeting of Council
C. H. Dye again brought ap the mat
ter of the improvement of Taylor
street aad the right of the city to Uke
for street purposes the property of
the Congregational church. At the
outset Mr. Dye said that the recom
mendations' of the Ctty Attorney la
the matter indicated that he could not
he In a Judicial frame of mind and
that la consequence the Council made
a mistaks In heeding his reoommenda-
He wss uken to Fred
Club last Saturday evening jit their . If not broken.
nome. - . .. Rrhafer-a rMMou
The Twilight Whist Club was enter. ' was atimmnnad
tained by Mr. and Mrs. Frank Black : There ar. several n i.
at their home Saturday evening. The j reported In the neighborhood.
evening's entertainment was cards. J. w. stndinrar nut. a h...ina
BARCLAY DEBATERS WIN.
The Twe Schools Met in Joint Debate
The eighth grades of the two schools
met la Joint debate Wednesday after
noon. Th subject discussed wss,
"Resolved. That Immigration Shoald
he Further Restricted bv Ls - t. i tions.
Eastham was gfvea the1 affirmative i Mr- D?" there was no question
and the Barclay the negative. The to tD church's title In the land,
negative won the decision, on pre- aB(1 B w willing to argue the ques
seating the better argument. The af-1 tioa lo Council If that body would set
' nrmative was a trfle ahead In the ' dlte to hear him. th'ia saving the
points received on delivery. expense of sn appeal fb the conrta.
Those representing the Eastham C1,T Attorney was ready to go- to court
were Melva Kidder. Helen Ely and but not to argue outside.
Berle Trimble. Barclay debaters ;
were Roberta Schuebel, Alena Phillips T0 CONTEST WITH ST. JOHNS.
aad Alice Miller. O. D. Eby, Rev.;
Zimmerman and Miss Ida May Smith Loc' Athletic Association Getting In
acted aa Judges. I to Line fee Good Week.
The Athletic Aaanefaflnn nf
gon City High school has decided to
The east wind has been blowing
quite herd for a few days. No won
der for It takes more than aa east
wind to blow a railroad through our
D. M. Benttey and Mr. Shoemaker
Intend to start soon for Mexico to
look st the country.
Good milch rows are In good de
mand and also good beef cattle.
Some of the people are selling their
potatoes altbo there were only about
half a crop last year on account of the
dry aummer, although the Jand here
Is adapted for good quality of pota-
Mr. 8hoemaker haa built a neat
wire fence around his town property
which sdds greatly to Its appearance.
Mr. and Mrs. parvln, who have been
In Portland for the last twe meaths.4
returned-to their farm near Marquam.
Joba Ring, who has been In the
hospital In Portland, returned home
last week looking well.
Mrs. Florence Wyland la la a Salem
hospital being treated for append!
Debate at Estacada Postponed.
The debate at Estacada betweea the
Oregon Ctty and the local High
eebooh has beea postponed for one
week, at the request of the debaters
from this city. That will give more
time for preparation on both aides.
Those willing to go should hand their
names to Superintendent Tooxe so
that they may be counted In an effort
to get a special ear.
accept the Invitation from the Colum
bia University at St. Johns and meet
the students of that school In n track
meet on April 7. To that end there
wilt be an Inter-class meet In this city
s tittle lster to try out the candidates
In the local school snd determine who
sre the best fitted to enter the lists at
The local association haa recentlv
purchased a vaulting pole, hammer
It Is Not Unethical to
. KS CORDON BATTLE. Premissst New York Lvwyor.
TTTIS MOT UNETHICAL FOR A LAWYER TO DEFEND A CLIENT
II WHOM HE KNOWS TO BE GUILTY. ON THE CONTRARY.
" t GREATEST HARM WOULD COME TO OUR LEGAL IN
. BTfTUTIONS IF A LAWYER FAILED TO PUT FORTH HIS
BEST EFFORTS IN DOING SO. PROVIDED HE NEVER WENT BE
rOHO HONEST AND FAIR MEANS.
Instead of th being anjthlnfj discreditable in undertaking tht
wssfenaw of a guntj man it is a HIQ1I PUBLIC DUTY that cucb
B ana ihonld be defended. The general impression to the eon-
oa a miaynception of our system of criminal jurisprn-
Tb English theory, which we hare adopted, is that the truth b
7 so o orongnt to hgM by soch a eontrorertT than by
'twJsT U U deua U k ' "om "1 tradition, erj
BhCM hto Uw, that in a eriminal ease the state, represented by the
tto7, nll adranee iu theory of the QTjfLf OY TIIE
DEFENDANT, .hall present all eridenc iAi- .v..
aatBtiofl to the jury sad shall argue thereon with all proper com
ments to fbe end that the- jury may be convinced of the defendant's
goat . '
It is the duty of the counsel for the defendant to aubmh to the
jory all tlie eridence in his power tending to show his client's
lTOTOCfcNCE and to srgue and eonuneot thereon to conrbee the
JWy THAT TIIE CHARGE AGAINST ins CLIENT IS UN
TEUE Oil NOT FROVED.. And it la by thi. controreniy aad
enntentton that we belicrr the truth will bent elicited.
.Ti S."J F Ve"Y Ai- 0W VERY DEFENDANT IS TO
TUTH CAN a. 'a0 UN" eORY OF LAW THAT
I The Kind That
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m 3. 1 I a II
Our New Steel Die Emboaint II
Io the front rank of the II
'Tsseh) yeur beys and girls the value ef n,u
Let sash sMId have He eWn aatHnss asseun
suNlvsts an Intsrest In seeing l grew. snd
There Is as better way te ley the feu nam.. .
He. thrift ABWaUftaMrySaJ:
have a sret Influenee en the ehlld'e future. a
This bank has a Savings Department.
The Bank of Oregon City
a IJTOUB-sTTTbI Presldest
r -Tt, Cassia,
THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK
nnrsv t mi M
OJ UlUiUUn Vet A I , JK.tXMJN I
T ran seats a B era! Banking. Business,
Open frees K
GOOD VOliK SIIOVC'G
FOU JDII LODGE
COMMITTEES ARK ENTHUSIASTIC
AND THE TOWN IS SURELY
The Jennings Lodge Community
Club met la regular monthly session
Wednesday evening at Delta' green
house. The meeting wss called to
order b II. II. McOovers. who pre
P. a Newell. A. O. MrFarlaud and
Chas. Redmond were a committee on
electric lighting and they reported
that the lighting company would glveL . " .
Jennlnts Lodse and Meldrum cltlienaT. ole' ee
the asms rate aa paid la Oregon City.
Oa phones A. J. Johnson reported
thst prospects for a new phone ser
vice were favorable.
The sldewstk committee reported
through W. A. Ross thst additional
time waa necessary to hear from non
resident property holders.
Ales GUI reported for the street
committee thst things were working
Officers from the rsllwsy company
are to visit Jennings Lodge Saturday
to meet the committee relative lo rail,
way aidlngs. - . -
Much Interest was taken snd there
waa a largo attendance. The speak
ers of the evening were ChasRlaley,
A. fl. , HeBman. W. w. Smith. Wm
Jacobs. (J. I). Morse and P. U. Newell
Seven new members were received
F. O. Miller, of. Kallspell. Montana,
was present as a gueat There will be
siierisl meeting neit Wednesday
evening, March I, also at Delta green1
Mrs. Rodsh; tisrrett Up, , "
Men's llst-Dallard. & f.
C. O ; (Mtt.n. J : Unao...
John? Pauiia .. rara
JhD; paulla. Joe; Kosrfl hZ"!
Williams Q.a; WlaiK.
v v wsuae
,' Njm Chsnosd ts Bums.'
Ureases lo marry .ere l.w
Wednehday to Neanette t kT-TI
to BllaPerry and A. T. lluma.
juuge ueatie performed the carial
hat mad. Miss -,rry .
tg1"dJLL'qu' tlesnss Qrsrtel
J. L Davis and C . E. FsardL.
Wndsy grso.l a jire;
liquor at Sandy In quantities
one gallon. Taeae ..' hw!tl
chased the liquor business sf CaW
Junker at Randy.
bloeh; steam heat. See J. TstJ
SURPRISE TENDERED THEM.
Jackson Home at Clalrmont Scene
Pleasant Farewell Party.
A surprlss party waa tendered lha
Misses Edith and Lotha Jsckson at
their home at Clalrmont Tuesday
enlng. the occasion being In honor of
their birthdays and also a farewell as
hey will leave for Oregon City, where
ney win remain with their sister.
Mtas Edith to resume her position
with the County Assessor's office. The
evening wss devoted to musle anJ
games, and followed by a luncheon,
Present were Mr. snd Mrs. Chsrles
Spsngler. Mrs. Lewis Sutherland. Miss
Mamie Wourma, Miss Ruth Kunaman
Mr. and Mrs., Benjamin Kuppenbend
Miss Jean Maiwell. Miss Antoln
ette Kuppenbender, Miss Edith Jack
son. Miss Laths Jackson. Miss Olss
Jsckson. Miss Ethel Dsll, Miss Rath
Kuppenbender. Mr. snd Mrs. J. B.
Jsckson, Messrs. Lee Sutherland, Ron-
coe Clark Corty Olbba, Walter Lewis
Al Mauts. Homer McCormlck, E. Kup-
penitender, Leonard Robertaon, Ralph
capies, Mr. McCloud, Mr. Tsckard.
JJst of unclaimed letters at the Ore
gon city posiofflce for the week end
tng March I:
Women's list Bailey, Mae; Dslssy.
sirs, usurs; culver, Phohe; Fields,
Artistic Decoration at
Henry Bosch (tzptfi
tew Tsrh Chtssgs
For the Sssaea ef Nin-tera-eltrta
best the World affords
'ml Oreeen CKy Markets.
The . general market teadtesr
downward, la certain IniUsmsMei
msrked snd In others beea oat 7
lack of aupply lending apearss. ha
whea the sverste Is struck tasks?
dency Is downward. .
A PPLE&V-Oood apples are la s
mand yet aad the price la tovstej
better prices for good stock! tw.
enough good stork, however, a net
there Is little or no demknd far Z
atotk at aay price, priest n
about 7e to It the boi. rith am.
vmmvm rwreivmg a little better flfSfat
Offerings are llsht here but rwttssl
reports Isrge offering!. .
ansad light. . Plenty of gnoi stock h
the country yet snd a few aayt s
outside buyers were blddisg Mih
wall for them but now the assets
aeema satis fled or the bsyert BaiM j
Msay are holding for gosd srtas i
higher than the market and isssj
ers cannot ablp la safety; eetas)
shippers may hsve a better aeaasj
than local; must have -to say arks) '
wsated by those who sre Va4kg f
last report; onions sre a little fstsw
la price but other vegetables isnsts i
shout the same. Onions SH. twain
and carrots Tte to ft sack, psjastM B i
to ll.zt sack, cabbage te possl
FLOUR AND GRAIN Shoe Btthe j
no chsags since last s notations kal '
flour tt.ZI and hard wheat tk Bt
higher; oats 121 to 124. eon MOat
tl.CS to 11.71 hundrsd. shorts tLM,
barley 11.20. narlna ISe haastt hr
local wheat While the price at !
aame oa oata the market la ami en
local dealers selling seed oats MM
leat they drop lower. Selling Is rw
land 2 10.
HAY Lota of hay la cosstri erf
being offered freely now; narts
wssk. With winter past far men ts
lo sell and the market has erass I
BOGS Prices are stlffenlss I la
aad local dealers are paying IN '
BUTTER In country esttsf
market Is demoralised: nsemf
snd J5c, and the vaiiatloa la est
Is as wide as the nrice. Ciwaaar
commands S0o to (e and la la I"
POULTRY Prices sre soawvM
higher and the demand good. Be"
brine 16c. roosters lie. young ex
and mlied chickens He to lis. Mow
Ing doing In larger fowls.
MEATS Veal, dressed. Is brum
10a to lie. hnas Sm and ISe. Wilt
big demsnd for mutton that maisj'
fluctuate according to what ! or
ttlDFn nraen Sa nnitnd. aaltsn fc
dry hides lie to 14c, aheap setts
to 76 each. .
WOOL Brings lie to llci""
mohslr 2le to 10c. ' ,
nmnrn rnfnTsuiranflra(M fP"
Cc and 7o, sua dried lc, pronst H
SALT Selling 60e to lit f I
10 lb. sack, half ground 40 TM w
100 lb. sseks.
SaMW ti m U4t
win nnm baaailM. a.1.
I B. FOX '?
101 acres. of blsek losm. kvWj
Pudding River bottom, 10 vm
tlvatloa and balance all f rZ
land bat In pasture and timber. o"
Hrlng water, 4 room house,
Snd mitknnaaa eamll orchard, S. '
D., Phone Creaf Route, onel
to Hubbard, II rallee to Orsiej
Surrounding lands are selllaf
iiim Tki is a inap. '
sell for only 6I aa here, JHi -
aad balaoce at I aer cent
LP. ELLIOTT SCI
Near luspeosloa Brldfe. OnV
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