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ORSGOH CUT, OREGON
E. E. BROOtE, Edit and Publisher.
a4 a imai-rUji snattrr Ju
MJT . ! mt the oHV at Wu
City. On, af Um Act of Marc
Om Tmu. by atail
Ms Wwha. br mall
raw Moatha. by aill
Par woe, by earc
. IN '
(( that lima to hav put Into effect.
There U too amen twaddl about
abaadontng oae'a country for aom
o(br premaneat abiding plac to b
healthful. 80 nodi Ulk baa been. In
d'llced coocwrolng Wat. Corey's no
Kun la rraoc that tba retired head
of tbe steel trust felt called apca to
make denial tbat ka bad any Intention
of making bia permanent bom la tbat
country. And why shoal bo not nv
there permanently if bo like tbo clr
mat and th country? "Tbo earth Is
tb Lord .' and why mar not a rich
prfrrl poatttaa any p. Pe " , please him T It's about tlm e
FnfnrNl ponitrai"aay ' paaij ' per ' "ach recognised that the world To
irrffcafc.. ..... v Bi, and ahould be free to all without
Run paper other Cham first pe-, par each
flrvt Inaerttoa 11c -fear of criticism.'
Bua paver other thaa first pa-, per sch t . .
a4t4 aaaertkMW. So J-
Loral lr per rh: to rnUr adrer I When Senator Bailey criticises tbo
"TT"1 . , Initiative, referendum or recall, coa-
Waata F" To Reat etc . one . ,,
cent a word rust inse.-tion; oa-blf cent jointly or evei-aHy, he offers an Insult
eartt ad4it.rtai , b people cf Oreaon and to the
Rato for drertl In the Weekly 4 k v
Enterprt wtt! be tr iw as ta the people of other Stales who believe 18
dally, for dvrri-mnts at espclaIlT -.k. -,.-.i rorernment 1
far the week.' 1ATtt lh i1trtBft "
m tranarvrr f-"re lit da: to the work- b tDA people themselve aro obooil
tf. wit hoot rharre. the rale wflf be tc ! . . , ...
- as tec for ins of th saaor. a4 1 a -OH I tk.e dyed-4n-he-wirW anrocnts
tach tor speal poeitic. ' mbo ijeTe that, a few edocated men
Cash UxK.'d rr- mpuir ororr wur
parte ta unknoT in bulna office of
Leal aaverttsina at kcaj adx ertiatnc
Ctrrua adrertletatt and tP"C'l trnefnt
aoVarttatna at lie to ar If. mch. accwd
laa to spectal coodl'mt (0erntr( the
IIORNINO ENTERPRISE, WEDNESDAY, MARCH 8, 1911.
Work of Raisintf the M.ne Is
Not Quite One-half Completed
outht to "gorern and think fr the
masses . Btit they are in tb wrong,
and they know It but knowing It they
don't care If In any way they can de
vise some method by which they can
pontlnne in control. But It i not no
,?ih"ffarM.'--: much the .tiempt to continue in con-
tlonai taeertlons taax Kiattrr c laeh. tpoj tn4t j, tn Insult though that W
Newt Items and w!l wrtea artlcl-a . ,v- m.B .liK
of saertt. with iatret t- local ra)rm. , unfair and unwortby the maa WHO
will be tadly accert-d R.ected tnanu- gtlortlnc blood in hia Tein but the
"led by etamoa to prrpar cctt. " Ir.ferenc that man ta beneath oaaa
, ; . ji. ' notice, and not to be associated with.
CITY OFFICIAL NEWSPAPER. : who happen to dls'r trom TOU ,B
-' : mattera'of governtcent, or even of
Tho President manifested some lit- conscience.
t) pljue at being forced to accept the
reaigBatioo. of Ballinger. It won t pay .
tn the long run to manifest any anger :
. when the people are so Insistent as
they seem to hare been In ibis rriti-:
dsm of Ballinger.
Taft baa done as he said be would.
and called an extra session. Thoae
ollUdanj who thought they could do
as tbey pleased with the Interests of
tbo people, trusting the President to
protect them In doing so lest his party
should sailer If be attempted to call
them to account, bare found that Mr.
Taft coald not be scared with what
an extra session might do to his own
commended, regardless of other mis- j
aw .j- iv.-v - wi -. - i i. i at m
Jr - I
TWO GREEKS FIGHT
OVER ONE WOMAN
CLUBS AND FISTS DO MUCH DAM
AGE -BUT NEITHER IS SERI
Two Greeks of this city got Into aa
altercation Tuesday morning and
! started to make things "hum" on
i Twelfth and Madison streets. Had
For which Mr. Taft is to be i not one of their countrymen, who re-
sides opposite me Barclay scnooi
Hnnu interfered there would hare
take he may hare made. ' been blood shed, although there was
j enough bd It was from the appear
Tbe Eastern press asserts that h .Vf.V'.V'lZr
IDtaaram by SclaatlAa Aiartcwa.) .
FTKR remalotog for more than thlrteew year la the mo d
of Uarana barter the wreck or tb batUeafclp alatne ia aooo to
exposed to tWw. A cofferdam la being rooatrwctetl abMit tbo hulk.
. w -..iA tlwa watae artlt hw Huud out. the IDtKl will
inu u vi . ,v .fu,t-v - -- - - - -
bo cleared awai.'anJ the exact coodltioo of tbo wreck wiil t ascertained.
As tb lllttemtloos show, tbe cofferdam is to bo ccnatrocted of a aerie of
twenty cylinders, eaob' fifty feet to diameter. Each cylinder ta coaipoaaxl
f 150 sbeet steel r.Uiu,r aeTenty-fly fewt long, which jwtl t drlen forty
aftjTfeet Into tbe uiihI until firm clayTs encountered.. After tb cylinder
ar completed they will be nlied with cUy and will t united oo th oursld
by arc of piling, an.l th space between tb arc and tb cjliuders will nlo
b nlll with clay. rJ-bt of tb twenty cyUndora ar to plac. and atoam
.hammer mounts on l.anre ar drlrlng tn Other rXle as rapwty aa p-
slble. Tb nu-lhj.1 of rai.nB the Main aftr tt la xpoeel ra not o
determined, an.l th p'an to b adopted wtll dpo4 ou the condition of th
ball. If pllle b!k heads will be constructed, and tb reel or tb larger
portion of It will l?e fWte.1. Tb Maine was destroyed at t 10 o'clock on th
night of Feb. W Itef.we t!w dlers quit aearrhlng the ruins 1H Unlle
were recovetvl and sttty three meo wer ottlclally retirtl as tnlrag
Their biMiea will prota My be found In tbe bold of ttie Tiel and will b
forwaolc-d to the Arlliictun Xativnal ceuietery for burial beJe tbelr comrade.
ter Ie Fisher Is as fitted for tbe posi
tion of Forest Conservationist aa Bal
ItogeT'was unfitted This seems, to
be a case where the right man has
beea placed la command because of
tbe fact tbat the people set up such
a demand for him. That being the
participants after the battle was over.
Their eyes were blackened and faces
cut and bruised, and blood streaming
down their faces.
The altercation started at 7:30
o'clock, and attracted a large crowd.
Th two men are employed on the
West Side at the paper mills, and one,
a boy of 17 years of age, waa seen to
Tryrng to Collect Board Monty.
lira. U N. Leach, of Molalla, wants
the court to assist her In collecting
$30? board money, which she says Is
owed her. by R. P. Nononet aL, as
the MoUlla Lumber Company. ..It
seems Mrs, Iyach waa employed- to
board men for the mill company and
In some manner-there baa arisen a
MR. LtWIt MAKES PRINCIPAL AD
DRESS. WITH SHORT TALKS
BY LOCAL SM!AKR.
Tb Congregational Brotherhood
held on ft l noable banqurU
Tueaday evening at whlrh tlm -upward
of eikhty sat don to a feaa'
preimred by lh gd ladl'-a of h
church. And after the fet was an
address by Vlfe IteSldenf .l. '
the National tr.tbrh.HM. thai prod
of great Intereat to thoa bt beard
blm ''..' ,
. . Mr. Lla talked along th Jlu of
st stem system In lh church and
rk. svsteni bating lo do wlih' w
(anliatloa. II said that th church
and Brotherhood wer not organised
as the Mg Industrie are, but (bat If
the work of lh'' church was aa eaaeo
Hal as we say It 1 then hy Hot M
t.-matlj It that It will be prtnluor
tn e i'T IheTirsrT'oaalT.l' i-eaulla.
'Every one In th church should
hTV,V wirk to'do;f the speakrrisald.
.T44 sbvHild do It gladly. An Inscllve
mart Is no better than a dead on and
is Ooly In the way." Th spt-akor
then wyit on to amplify his slate
menfaand punctuate them with tlul
susetKMia and entertaltilng llluslra
tloos, rmplet!ng a nnwit eotortalutng
and Instructlv addreas.
Speakers wer preaent from other
brotherhixnls and mad short addres
es. Will Hammond spok for the
Eplacpal. Pro'. Toot ftr th Pre
brtrrlaos and John W. Uler for th
iULXUL-H.,r,,",n,",' l'artr lold
hat he did In the legislature, aa also
what h. didn't do. Ir. Batter, of
Portland, who will speak at a futur
meeting, mad a few remarks.
lder. Parker.- tleutt- and tJoodlng
sang several selection. Tbo l
Ijirtes orchestra played seterol Bum
' WILL MAKE GOOD CITIZIN.
Hnry Stall. f Bolton, TakM Out HI
Henry Stall, of Bolton, took out his
first naturallaatlon papers Tueway
and will In tlm becom a cllla of
lh United 8t ate. Mr. Stall Is a good
sturdy German and will mak an Ideal
cltlien. aa so many of th tlermaa
raea have don befor him. It I SUCh
Madison street Tuesday evening It I .. ur. utall that mak U bearable
Is a boys' daas. th to)s ranging tn j for ,he ppi, this country to koep
ages np to 10 or IS years, and a very ,n0 doof of ctUenshlp open to thoss
pleasant enlng was spent - j no, America, aad tb addition
Tbe evening was devoted to games, ! to our cltlienshlp In tb past of tb
after which a lunch aas served. Those good sturdy stock from Germany, Eng
preaent were: Clare Miller, Robert fund. Ireland, France, gwedca has
Voder, Earl Zimmerman. Jo Zimmer-! don much to mak th American cltl
man. Mark gturgrs. Wallace Ma, j -on so vigorous and aggresa.
misunaensanaing ana in court is 10 , Eltner Terrui. Ftaolc Terrlll. Seal
asked to arbitrate the dispute. : zlmrnerlnaB, Mr mn1 Mr,. nianchard I
. ; and Miss Elva Blanchard were among j
SUNDAY SCHOOL CLASS those who entertained. !
Entertained in Teacher's Family To- 0 ... t .
day Ening t fcnuel Meyer, llvinjt at Fourth and
Mrs. A. u Btanchard entertained 1 M'B "hwrt'' mf,r DOon
the boys In her Sunday school class 1 Tuesday. Arrangements for the fun
in th M. E. church at her home on , eral will be mad public later.
Henry F- Plp and Edit h M. liar
Willi A.'Hutton and lllrdl O
Welch. John A. Welch, father of tba
bride, wss present and gave consent
to th wedding of bis daughter, who
Is under ag.
Howard Ny and Marian Roaa.
case It looks as If the President knew be waiting for someone and waa no- (
licea by resiaenis or uii pan oi u :
to name if be wanted to do so,
waa determined one of bis pets
citr. Soon after a man aDoeared car- i
rying bis lunch basket, and a few
should hare tbe place until the time words ensued, aad then there waa .
came that- the people would not sub
Ia a short speech at a banquet at
Chicago Mr. Bryan said that Rooserelt
aad Taft wer to great measure try
lag to carry out tbe policies for which
he eoa tended a few years ago. There
. was where .Bryan failed in great
sea rare be was twenty-fire to ttry
years ahead f his time in advocating
reforms. Aad It was the unusual
activity of Roosevelt that ld to the
cattiag tbe time limit la two, as he
did, brtngjag about reforms ia a dozn
years that tt would have taken otters
flving of coat talis, dinner pails, the ;
contents of the latter spilliag-in all
directions. The boy grabbed a club J
and commenced beating bis country
man, who was about 40 years of age,
over the bead, and yelling "I kill -you
wife,'" "I geftee you wife." By ;
this time the men had got down to .
business, and had removed their bats ;
and coats and were ricg after each ;
other with fists and clubs. Tbe fight!
had lasted about half an hour and the
older man was commencing to get '
tLat 'tired feeling," when a Greek '
Hrlag opposite the Barclay school '
hocse, separated them. So far no ar
rests have bern made, as neither has
wort) out a complaint.
Read the Morning Enterprise.
Our Bodies Should Be
Distrust of Medicine Arises From
r Or- fREDEPIC S. LEE. Pro(Mr of Phytiolosv tt Columbia University.
The Kind That
, "TV TOTWITIISTAXDLVG the swift progrena of medical aci
ence we frequently meet with a DISTRUST OF THE
I EFFICACY OF MEDICINE, a feeling tbat the physi
cian knows far too little concerning disease and its cure
ad a tendency to turn toward strange culta making fair promises.
Ducn distrust is as old as medicine itself. I do not believe it is
- Doubting is indeed an entirely legitimate form of mental exer
ae. Tbe. man of science who is not a doubter has no claim to honor
able standing. But NOT ALL DOUBTS ARE EQUALLY ES
: TEMABLE. There are those that betray much knowledge and those
that betray little,
t st st
THE IGNORANCE OF THE HUMAN BODY AMONG MANY PER
S30NS IS EXTRAORDINARILY GREAT. IT IS STRANGE TO FIND
.THINKING. REASONING MEN AND WOMEN WHO WERE BORN
WITH THEIR BODIES, WHO HAVE CLUNG TO THEM IN SICKNESS
; AND IN HEALTH, FOR BETTER OR FOR WORSE, WHO HAVE USED
THEM FOR EVERY VARIETY OP HUMAN SERVICE. AND, YET HOLD
THEMSELVES UTTERLY ALOOF FROM A KNOW LEDG E of BOD I LY
- AFFAIRS. - . '
There Is JSlo Such Thing ,
1 As American Music.
Br CIACOMO PIKXINI, Cwmpo; f "Tb Cari ft th Coldan Wasc"
HERE is no such thing aa American music
WHAT THEY HAVE IS NEGRO MUSIC. IT IS ALMOST
THE SAVAOERV OF SOUNDS. THE - CRITICS RECEIVED
, MV OPERA -WELL,' ON THE WHOLE. BUT HERE AND
' f, V THERE SOME GPTeoUt COMPLAINT WAS MADE THAT
THERE IS NOT ENOUGH .".ER'CAN MUSIC" IN MY SETTING.
Our New Steel Die Embossing
Machine IS THE THING
In the front rank of the
transact a esi wmnamp wwina.. P frm a.
WITH MUCH ME gSS
Taa.li boy. aad girls the v.lu.
LH aash anil, nave It. Mv(noi ' ".,.
it. an ntrst In wln. It '", sm
Thre la n better way te l.w .ha i- .
live ef thrift A 07 ,Ur1 B-;-tlM
v a graat tofluan.. en tb. .Mid', tuiwm " '
aPawLSw a. a. ... A . k
' " " " "v"9S D.p.rtm.nt
The Bank of Oregon Qty
It, u. uiu ins l l m rrwaigwav i . , . . . w
THE FIRST NATIONAL BAfft
of OREGON CITY, OREGON
a SIUhI Bkla aual.
DR. STUART THROWS R. CHARLES
OUT 6F F. T. BARLOW'S DE
LIVERY WAGON. '
lr. r. A. HtiMrt and his auto played
a prominent part la a llttl mli-up on
Main street Tueaday aftrnoon la
whlrh th Doctor waa careened ov
th dash of hi auto and It Charlra
driver fur. K.1 T llarlow, waa throw
Irom hi doll vet yj wagon Into lh
m rc-. N on was . trliulT- h'irL
but lr. Btuart's auto will b4 110
worth of repair.
Young Charles waa standing with
hi rig partly acroaa tb atreot at lb
tlm when Dr. Rtuart ram. around
lb corner at tb Bank of Oregon City
and bit th wagon hoadon before b
could stop th. machine. Tb. fat part
of CharWs anatomy bit lh. pavmnt
with a dull thud, and ovr the dash
th Doctor went but landed on -his
feet with mor or lea grace. Neither
Th machine struck tb rig with
considerable fore and brok tb reach
of th. wagon; tb. front of tb. auto
was atov. In and will Dd consider
able repairs. Tb Doctor waa driving
a trtfl fast for tb) corner h was
turning. It being on. of th. busy
place In tb. city. "
Sal of Household Effects.
A. II. Nwman, who . resides all
mile north of Molalla, on the pv
formerly owned by Ed Carter, waa In
Oregon City yesterday arranging for
a sal of household goods, bora,
cows and farming implements, which
.will tak plac at bis horn on Sat
urday, th. sal. to commence at 10
o'clock. . "
Two Threatening t. Kill Css.
Tho cj t f UhiI Mueller vs. Wm.
F. Mueller, tb charr being threaten
Ing to kilt, set for Tueaday, waa put
over to Wedneaday. A similar cas
In which David Dougtaaa rbarg. John
T. Frerl with tbrests will also b on
for bearing today, both cases In Jus
tlcn Hamson's court.
0,000 GAME FISH.
Commercial Club Aak. to Hav Local
Th Commercial Club, allv to the
need, of the community In more ways
tban one, ha. naked for tb. Blocking
of th. small streams tn the county
.with gam. fish that fishermen may
aom day anjoy tb diversion, and If
successful th pleasure of a few nice
flsb. Tb. Club waata o,ooo Bah, as
Flv thousand rainbow trout for
each of thea. stream Mill Creek,
Damascus Cltlien O.ad.
Tb. funeral of August Et Matthlaa,
fit year, old, who died at bis bom
near Sycamor. station on th Oregon
Water aV lower Itne. waa bld March
1 from hla lata bom. Mr. Matthlaa
had been a resident of tb. Damascus
district for 30 years. Hla widow, on
son and a brother survive him,
. Correct and
Artistic Decoration at
Henry Bosd Cczpsay's
ww Tarh Chtoag.
For th Season el Nine
teen-elevcn reprrsrnt th
best th World afford
Ihiiasla Wafti taawa at rasr ftl
. "'"""""In srl
rf (44mm Wlaw
1U lault kaanalMt Mioa
J. B. FOX'W
Marrl. Ceupi. ,t MU u'
Nya and Ml.. Maria. J N
dene Mnd.y sftaraooa aS1
tie .re from WuhJ
avoman gav Cla.-k.ma eoh
preaent home ... Ub?
Hamaon baa a..lrnla afu"
dnc. alnce he bec.B, IT
year. ago. m
''Oregon City Markr.
Th. gractal market tatfe. k
downward, la certals tosuWL!
marked and In others ltcu7 7
lack of supply tending una J
whan tb avotac It sirstk tk.2
deucy la downwarl
APPUCH'J.nmI (ppia, w . .
ntand yt and lh ark. 1
poller prlco. for ltoeJ. -Dough
gal st.rk, aOrfW.ii
tber. I. llttl or boaeauaibir
.o k at any prlc. frtasj aZ
bout Tic to id bos, tt j,
cbolc. commanding u klxk n I
Stork In hanrts .of grosrrt sail kt
baa beQ .nil); it a tk ck a
left and they romnaM isoai g
IUxhI Hlvrr apple ar NHimu,
maad llitht. plenty of mt aorli
th country yet .nd a frwavig
outside buyers wer blddiag ar)
well for thrra bet sow tat anat
ama aallsrird or lb. ettywi k4
Many ar holding for pM p
blgber than, th market sal Mat
era cannot ship la safely; ana
hippy, may hat. a batur Inat
than local; must hir to sty ra:
wanted by Thoae a t. ar koMtK
last report; onion ar. s Hum tt
tn price but other vafattMst nw
about th same. OnlaWiV. 1st
and carrot. 74c to l art.svwJi
to S1.Z& sark. r.bb.i. pnai
rUQi n AND KEED-now b I
lower and demand weak.- t.
down to IS Ho bast cfuctsi i
50; aom sriiing at bra at KT
Draae and other feed irttaiM
II a ton from last raports, stsra a
lag $10. bran b.rly lULanB-'
to fl.TO oata l:t lo I a. rrai
for local wheat:'
HAT .Loia of bar la awttrf
being offered freely no: aat
weak. With wlnir past farawrtW
to all and th market bat Intat
consequenc. All raos sr a
from l to i.to ciover m
111 to 111. timothy 111 to fits.
fa SIS to $1T. .
EOOS Are very pwauitu "
prlc ranges about 17c.
. oiittpii Var waak sal aaC
V " - . m
only commanding from W
creamery always ntlnT 4
Ing aoe to lie n?Jfb,t'r.
markt In only paying from a
for country. ',
hlgbr and th demand gwA -
Dnng ion, nanoria -
and mUed chicken. I3 to lit
10e to lie. hr. l JJJ,
big dm.nd for ; mu Itot . IW
fluctuate according w k
. 1. In tic. IbMR r-1"
to 76 each. - - ,
WOOL wring. 1 to W r
mohair Wo to 30c. ,
So and 7c, sun dried c pn
BO lb. aaclt, half ground 4W w
100 lh. aacks. -(js
101 acre, of bl.ck
Pudding River bottom, M r
tiv.tlon and balanc. s f f
land but ta pastor, and Uaibw
living watr, 4 room k',
and outhous, famllf orcb.
Phon. crwai ,
to school, t miles w
to Hubbard. IS miios
Surrounding land. I
$100 and on up. This U a s ,
aeU for only 80 an aera, I'"
and baUnee at pr cant .
P d Fl I I0TT h y
Near Suspension Srld.. 0r.
ANYTHING . . . " C
Try tfie Clasfcd Coltit
3000 TUxdtxi rxr
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