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MORNING ENTERPRISE, TUESDAY," MARCH 14, 1911.
02EG0H CITY, OREGOH
K. - B ROCHE, Idltoe and Pubtlehee,
"Entered a wiw alaas atattve Jaa
Br.S. Ilil. a the eo oAm at Oeoe
v. iiregoa, auM tM At ef Marc
, 1171.- ... .... . t
TT8JU ftf SttUUTTMH
'ft Tear. T aaaB
But Mmtha. br n
Fear aloeih. ay Mil.
First P. ear mow nret tnetrtlna. ...lta
nraf rasa, per asea added taerUoea..leg
nww poMihM any . r lech
flrat avasrtlosi ........ .10
n'nK aoeittoa any pes. Per aseh
a JarS tnserttone tea
. Bun Baser ether thaa ftrat sea. Mr hrO
flrfct t artlsai ......lie
Ran paver ether laaa flrat pars, par lack
'" Leeals las per ttae; to retUr sorer
tteere tc Mae.
Wsata. nor Bala. To Real
-ant a were flrat aaaarttea; eat
.""." sVrtleh In tba Weekly h,. husband
terpraw wiu a the sssm aa la tha .. . .
Iff OF SDtTY-nVEi
WAS FORMER RESIDENT OF ORE
GON CITY FUNERAL HELD
Men Should Learn to
Cook, Sew and
Wash Dishes. .
tha Raw. OSCAR HAYWOOD a New Varh City.
Mr. Anna Canteabela, a former
resident of Oregoa City, but of recent
years of Portland, died at tha family
horn- 4i East Eighth street Portland.
o Friday, aged 65 rears, and tba fun
eral aervlcee were conducted from the
Central Bapttat church Sunday after-
noon at 1:30 o'clock, tha Interment
being in Rose Oty cemetery.
McaJ Gantenbeta resided at Sandy,
Clackamas county, for several years.
and cam to this city In tba year of
1896, where aha resided for some tine.
She moved from tola city to Portland
In tba year of IX) J, after the death of
Mr. Gantenbeia vat
Iiimq diic mrniiF
HERE ABOUT APRIL 8
HAS AN OFEN DATE AND WILL
SFEAK IN THIS CITY ON AD
TTTT the f l.K , .n.l women Jacob Rile, the Sfeat eociiHngiBi .
fv ' a - - v.w York fit v. and a articular friena
a,e, - a aaaaaa a rv "V W ia- -
II men, named -or aingla, aoouia underaUnu uunijy 0f ki I'reaidant Rnoaeveit, ia luaami
TIO SCIENCE AND T11E CARE OF CUUflXESSi
Ta.ch your baya an. lrl th .u-
Lai aaeh Mld h.y It. twn Mvln " ony.
oultlvata an Inlaraal In Ing It rw. , " '", and
There la na better "way ta lay the fauaw.., '
Uvea eMhrlft. A a-eaatan KS"? ,w
have sraat Influeoee an tha ahlld'a future" "
Thla bank haa a lavlnga Department '
The Bank of Oreoa Qty
f BaJe" aad Bankrupt 8" adrar
ttaaaMata He inrb flrat Inarrtioa: addl-
uenai anaaruooa aaaae aaattar So isch.
Neva Itrm aad well Trtttea artlctM
to local, Italian
ef BMrtt. wltfe atereat to local, readers.
rin aa aiadly ameptd. Jtciertad ataau-
scrlpta aerer retaraea ui
ad ay etaamaa to prepay ooaiaan.
CITY OFFICIAL NEWSPAPER.
CRIME OF SPECIAL SESSION.
Who ia responsible for the special
essloB of the Oregon leKtslature, U
oaa prorea to be made necessary
' This ia a matter that should be sifted
' ' to tha bottom la case the facta ahow
.. that some one has Slandered pur
V poeely or othenrlae. The people
k ahoold insist that the blame be pat
. where it belongs, and that the culprit
'be pat where It will be seTera) days
i before) he works oat another scheme
of h like character.
Whea a scheming politician, oiUhe
mtereat that ia behind him, ia driven
Into tha corner and it becomes necea----sary
to do something desperate to dis
credit tha work that la calcolated to
earb him, ooe of the flrat things
thooght of by a schemer ia to diacredi
m wont nseo. i nia is uie more
easily done, and tba harder to detect
often, if it la a case of a clerical error
or accident of similar import. .And it
; fa usual to let the guilty maa escape
oa the belief that it la aa error.
- r Bat it ia not aa error; It ia a case
4of a planned oat scheme, and tha men
who pall it off are well paid if they
have the nerve to ask IL What ia to
he done then? That la simple; pm
ih the maa who commits the error
aad poalsh him so severely that la his
anguish he will cry oat the name of
the man or men who Induced him to
commit the deed. Then panish the
rlndpala aad after a abort time pa
role tha dope.
To which some may answer that we
have ao law for each punishment. Bat
we have plenty of taw; don't let the
' professional pettifogger say we have
ot. : It fat time the people gave the
profeaalonal lawyer and politician to
anderstaad that the general law or
anwrlttea taw la atrong enough for all
of this work and that It is not aecee
aery to have a specific statute. Tree,
eertala eoorts have ruled otherwise
la the interest of the profession of
law aad taw making bat It is time
far the people to do a little ruling and
, their rulisg ahoold be that we have
plenty of law and that we have the
nerve to oae lL
If it prove true that there has been
a blander making Inoperative certain
tawa, and a apedal session necessary.
thea ahoold the legislature appoint a
committee to look into the matter,
and gi'e it money with which to do
It, and have thia thing sifted to the
bottom; punishing, In Cue time, the
men who committed the deed and
those who hatched the plot and se
cured the dupes to put it through.
LIT A MAN LEARN HOW TO COOK. LIT HIM IE THE ONE
TO GET UP HALF AN HOUR EARLIER IN THE MORNINO AND GET
BREAKFAST INSTEAD OP HIS WIFE, WHO REALLY NEEDS MORE
REST THAN HI DOES.
If thej desire let them' take turn about' LET ONE WASH
THE DISHES WHILE THE OTHER WirES THEM. There
ia nothing degrading in this in fact, ft ia elevating to a man.
Ko woman ontrht to be exnected to" take a broom In hand and
land took the same interest, and was . . . . . . k . ... . nrTTTTM? tttp T A.
church, which recently merged into BOlt Thia U the man's work when jou make such s division, for
the East Side Baptist church. I it u the harder. Let tha woman make the bed.
She is survived by flv. sons and four jf a man onM onderstands the trouble his wifa has with her
l(Uini wu eir mm lutw. . i . ...... - . . . . ... .
Gantenbein. of Harbor, Oregon; Ru-1 Housework when it is all placed on her anoulders be will ca to find
doiub. Herman, o. Adoipb and Paul .,, tt. :m : 1 .u :n
Rantenheln. of Portland- Mrs. Anna wi.wuv.nn-, ami uurr n
m-mw wise syey usw aeavassasi mm Em i new i . ...
eauy., for aearieiaiata ax .aa.euiiv 1 active in cBurcb work while a resident
for tha wwkty. WTvrra tha aevertlaraient of this city, and after moving to Port- j
i . mwwit, ,i vmn un eaiiy wi ine wifl -ly,
without raans. tha rata wiu ha ta
aa tack for raw af tha paper, and las aa
, bach for special peerUoa.
Caah aheald aeeoespaay erwer where
- party la aakaowa la haatnea arric of
LaJ aaVertialaa at )ral adrartlataui
' Ctrees advertMns and speeJal fraaalrnt
advert tataa at tic to tOc mm tac umH. i
aaa to apedal conditions roreralns- the
Hall. Mr. Sophie Robinson, Mrs. Ein-
ma Perkina and Miss Elisabeth Gan
tenbein, of Portland.
BIG BOTTLE NEEDED.
THE GREATER INTEREST A MAN TAKES IN HIS HOME THI
MORE HE LOVES IT.
J. R. Knedell Makes Three Addresses
at the M. E. Church'.
The three temperance addresses at
the M. E. church Sunday were well at
tended and the one In the evening, at
which both sexes were made welcome,
was largely attended. J. R. Knodell
talked. In the evening on the magni
tude of the bottle, having reference to
the sise of a bottle that would be nec
essary to hold all the liquors that are
drank In thia country within a year.
As he hsd figured it It would take a
bottle aa large aa the Oregonlan build
ing and running along both aide of
the street from Washington street to
the Union depot, la Portland, to hold
the liquors. . Something ot a bottle.
aad somewhat larger than some peo
ple would have thought bad It not
been figured oat for them.
BASE- BAH- SEASON r
OIIIII 0.1EC0N COT
PRICE BROS. FURNISHING THE
UNIFORMS FOR THE AGGREGA
IjO EXTRA SESSION
IS MADE NECESSARY!
The base beJl'eeaaoa U on ia Orav
t"o City aad the enthusiast will turn
out next 8unday afternoon it (".o'clock
vu ib lukbuq rarK grounds. The
team now In the process of formation
will be known aa the Price Rm
team, as that firm will furnish the
uniforms which will be ordered Im
mediately. Harry White, who la In
terested ta local sporting events, will
oa manager or tne aggregation. -Among
the well known players who
are canaiaatea for poaltlons are Arch
Long, pitcher; "Auk" Smith, catcher;
"Pete" Long, fielder: -Nina Lona-
first base; Charlea VanOrden. fielder;
RECEPTION TO BE GIVEN.
Newcomers te Willamette Will bt
Shewn a Good Tim Tonight
A reception will be given at Graves'
Hall. Willamette, on Tuesday evening,
March 14. the , affair to be -siren In
honor of the new Arrivals at that
place. There have . been manv .new
arrlvala at Willamette recently, and
It was plsnned by the members of the
nty council to give an affair of this
kind to make the new arrivals ac
quainted with the residents of Willamette.
Those resldlaa; at Willamette here
tofore hare also taken up the matter
who tae council; and will make this
one of the most enjoyable affairs held
at Grave' hall or In Willamette. The
evening will be devoted to banqueting,
speeches by some of the prominent
residents of Willamette and music by
the boys' band.
COMPLETE THE RECORDS.
LOCAL REPRESENTATIVES THINK UoVrDouthirTeWer; "Sb KruTrl
ir should BE POSSIBLE TO . miru. oase; iTea freeman, catcher;
tHica carothers. fielder; Oliver
Frost, cstcher; John Mulkty. short
stop. All base ball and near base
ball nlsyers are reoueatad to in in in
The agitation alone the line nf what I next Sunday's" trv-ont rn..i
I - - . I . - ' - V..VM,..
js going on at Salem relative to what Wl
tne decision is to be In the matter of
Read the Morning Enterprise.
an extra session of the legislature has
tn local members of the legisla
ture to talk on what they believe to
be the status of the discrepancy. Sen.
at or EMmic says:
"I don't think there Is anv aeceuit
to call aa extra session; think it moat
oe possiDie to make up the records
from what data there is oa hand; hope
there will be no extra session for if
there la it will make It possible to
tae 0p some of the hills that the'
governor Baa vetoed and pass them
over his head. ,
"If there la an extra session It is
possible to get a big mix-up of things
" " put some thing over that
should not be stirred np at thi time.
It is perhape impossible to say at this
Ume just what the outcome would be
but It is doubtful If any good would
come of It. It ia perhaps Impossible
to say Just now what there ia behind
thia movement, perhaps it la Impos
sible to say just what ia wanted; in
any event I hope there will be no ex
Representative Jones said:
'I don t think a special session will
be necessary and I doa't see Just why
they should wsnt one. I hop there
on t be for I have given the State
all the Ume I think I caa spare for
one year. Seems to me that there
should be but little trouble to make
up the records from the dsta at hand;
they know whether a bill passed or
not and If it did It should be easy to
make the records, say so, and If not
to make the records show that.
"I don't see how the boys could aei
mixed up so badly that they could not
complete their records. Still, if cer
tain data la gone it may be Impossible
to complete the records and an extra
session will be necessary. I hope not
and the paper tonight seems to indi
cate (bat the extra session agitation
la blowing over."
8nbcrlbe for the Dally Enterprise
High School Commencement.
The question of the commencement
exercises In the High school was up
for discussion at 'the meeting of the
school board Monday evening. The.
board directed that Prof; Tooxe make
plans according to his own Ideas In
the matter, but that in addition to the
commencement proper he make ar
rangements for a claas day, some time
prior to the commencement date, la
which exereiae the 20 graduate may
each have a part. The graduation
date or commencement will -occur
at an early date In June.
In Anrll In the making UD Ot DIS
dates for lectures there la an open day
and he has offered to till lu at Oregon
Cltv on very advantaseous terms.
With this In mind the Hoard of Kdin
ration. Informally Instructed Prof.
Toose to make amusements and
bring Mr Rile lo this eliy for an
evening April S, or in. approximate
. Mr. nils Is the author, of "The
Maklna of an American" and "llo
the Other Half IJve, " to books that
have had a wide sale, lie Is said to
be as entertaining aa a speaker aa h
la uonular as an author and win un
doubtedly be listened to on thst oc
casion with great Interest.
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T. J. uim -
THE FIRST NATIONAL- BANE
of OREGON CITY, OREGON
' , CAPITAL, S&ASOO.00. ' : - " '
Transact S 0aeral Banking- Buelneee, i rw- . i
CHARGED WITH NON SUPPORT.
Evidence Not Sufficient te Convict
J. M. Ilodse. of Maple I-ane.
charged with neglecting to support bis ou,h( rag- ' tni i0 9. acres,
wife and six children, appeared before ,own,hp t south, ranee t aaaL
rrsnk and Frances Paaold to J. W
letter, south 1 half - of - northwest
quarter, and east half of southwest
quarter, section I, and southeast
quarter of northeast quarter, section
7. township a souin, range I east,
;uu acres, ii.uo,
William K. Welch to Jennie rati-
blon. lot 1, blork I, Doer park. 11.00.
M. I. and Martha B. Allen to J.
V. Kennedy, 10 acre. Caleb Klchey
uonaimn lann ana ciJiu, l oo.
Ueorge and KHa lilfas to (leorse II
Urt'gory, 17 1 acres, township
County Judge Iieatie Monday after
noon and was given a hearing. The
evidence did not warrant the commit
ment of Hodges to-lhe county-Jan.
neither' did Judge Heat I think that
Hodges should be allowed to go free,
and he accordingly suspended sen
fence. Hodges wss formerly a real
dent of liladstone.
The followlna- transfer were filed
Monday In the office of County He
corder L E. Williams:
John W. Mtrbelaon, northeast quar
ter of northwest quarter, section 3,
township a south, range 3 east. 40
acres. II.IMUH). .
O. W. and 1 Ella McRoberte to
Charlea McRoberts, 163 acres,
sections 4 sad . township south.
range I ast. 11.00.
Charlee McRoberts to a. W. Me
-Roberts, undivided one-fourth Inter
est 43 21 seres, sections 4 and t
township S south, range 1 east. $1.00.
Fred Freemen to Peter 11. and Hal
en J. Smith, lot 7. blocs t, lanemaa.
550 00. .
Martin and Clara 8. Lennarts to
Wm. A. Kelly, east half of northeast
qusrter. end southwest qusrter of
northeast .quarter, and northeast
qusrter of southeast quarter, section
26. township 3 south, range ft eaat,
160 acres. 110.00.
Tbos. F. and Ines Ryan to Joseph
and Bertha "Bachmsn, H acres, s
tlon 12. township 2 south, range 3
Etlxabetb M. Mckown. admlnlstra
trtx. to J. W. Reed, lot S, block 7.
The Kind That
You Are as Old as You
And Your Friends
P Think You Are.
"AJCHBR, New Yerh Pbyalciaa.
OU ARE. JUST AS OLD AS VOU.Ahir vaiii ra,..
.THINK YOU ARE AND NO OLDER.
I am quite serious about it. Of course I do not mean
that s man may luccAed in raiv;n r.v. A
j, t-1. ... : -. m, ungut uiwj uis irrave
, simply Ucanaa frfend. teU him hell never need s cane. But thou-
ATt are PKEMATURELY AGED BECAUSE
NOBODY- ASSURES THEM THEY'RE YOUNG, becaS
V looped ahoulder. and trembling knee, are accepted with choru.
of dgfa instead of being baniabed by chorus of wnflea,
, w f??!r 0!deU0W "P joutbiul appearance and sctivity.
Watch him straighten up under it Yon may ssj the reault ia only
momentary. But so ii the stimulus. WITn A CONTINUED
BTEkfULUS A LASTING RESULT MAY BE OBTAINED. 1
'Old ago is so often purely psychjo affair., Why should it not!
r7twU to ptryehio suggeition--FLATTERY, if you like ! ' The me
' taent s nun, is grandfather, though he be but forty years of am
' HE SUDDENLY KEEIS OlD. . '
' '"-'I ' '"'" .-' ; " )' '.
' MANY MEN WHIN THIY ARI PLACED IN A RESPONSIBLE P0
ITION INVOLVING ', REALLY GREAT ISSUES LOS I THEIR FORMER
BUOYANCY 'AND LIGHTNESS. IMPENDING DEATH, A SECRET FEAR,
A OR EAT LOSty' A SUDDEN FRIGHT, HAVE ALt PRODUCED SUD
CIN AND PERMANENT AGING IN THI INDIVIDUAL. BO HAS IN.
FORCED SERIOUSNESS AND DIGNITY. SUCH AS MANY PROVES
CIONAL, MEN FEZL CALLED UPON iTO ASSUMCT '..ii '
Our New Steel Die Embossing
Machine IS THE THING
. II K A
III iR Ki
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Charles 8. and chrlatlna Lothron to
Jnn k. iiimicR, 10.74 eacrea.
tlon- Sfl, township 4 - aouib, range X
Mllda J. and Charles Bhumwsy to
wiuiam B. Bates, lots J and 4. block
43. Oregon City, except $0 foot
atrip, $450 00.
Mt. Hood Land Co.. to A. W. Dot-
kin. 65 acres' section 3S. townabln 1
south, range ft east. $1.00.
I). 1 R. and Eleanor K. Itrace to
Shirley llurk, lot 14. block 33. Mil
waukle Park. $10.00.
J union K. ' '1 Woodell to Rhlrlev
llurk, M 13. block 33. Milwaukee
rark.- f lio.oo.
U R. and Thene 8. Rrldenstlne to
Wm. P. Raurh. (7 acrea, Thomas
line donation land claim, aectlona IS
and 22. townshlp3 south, range 4
eaat. $10 00.. ,
John T. Prtel to R. C and Macsle
G. Murray. '..southeast quarter of
southwest quarter, .section 4. town
ship 3 south, reave east, l 00.
Ellssbeth M. For man to D. lrov
Davis, 163 arres, 4wnshlp 2 south.
rsage 3 east, tlsk (0.
Marvin aad Bmlly Hubbard to Wal
ter W. Hubttard, land In section
township 2 south, range 8 eaat; $j.
A. H. and liOls Hunt to Mrs. C.
Ilevlns. lot 13. block 13. Wlllameit
Willamette rtlU Co. lo C. K. Dev.
Ins, tract Ju. Willamette and Tualatin
J. M. Taylor to M. A. and Bualo
fielding. Iota 11 and 12. block 34. Mil-
eaukle I'ark: $27i.
Frank C. and Uda R. Comstock to
Alfred Johnson, land la lowashln
south. rne 1 east- II.
M. T. Hargrove et al. to fl C. Rob
erta, 34 acres off south end of land In
section I, township 8 south, range
(J. B. and Krona Ulmlck to Charlea
H. Menchlnger. t acres. 8. 8. White
donation land claim, township 3 south
ranee 1 and j esst; 1200.
William and Agnes Bhladler to F.
H. Urchler and J. If. Snyder, lot 7
block I. Leo. William Meeks donation
land claim; $250.
decline as the stee, m.rk-
ne eoun ed as having in a .V
Oood calves aotd aa to
of the week prevlotT. fa
steady; the larger part of thalr
s msde up ut aolpsij a?5
Missouri River. Dstta
There was not much of tm.m.
sheep market, a M o '12'
that were rough sold st tUL1
-JJfI WM "n ,,,rllitlua
good horses, riraftara k. JUr
ad quality' aVfo VCl
how. mM mt J35 Dsfca.
The Riudents' Judslna '
the IlkellhotHi I.af.2,?,.
coatest. to be made up of Jc?1
IS, not having .....
tural College, are attractli .illS
In etmseetion with thecal Kl
March 30. 21 and , ".L!"
Indications there will bs . hZJ,,,,'
her of eihlblt. inii7i.,J5?l,
The following prices ar. ..
Keceipis tor tne week have been
Z3M cattle; 131 calves: 1320 boss:
625 sheep; 41 horses.
The steer msrket broke a full half
dollar on the week and buyers were
reluctant to take" hold. The large
packers, countlnr'on conditions that
formerly applied have bought rather
noerauy and their feed lota are more
or leaa heavy with cattle. Tha eow
market did not suffer aa much of a
In the front rank of the
t Correct and
ArtiitJc Decoration at
Moderate Cost. .
Sew Tsrk OMeags
For the Seasoa ef Ninr
tcenlevea rtprearnt the
; beat the Wotld adords
wiu nniw saaallM it
117 steers ...
143 steer ...
31 calves ., .
53 calve ...
801 lamb ...
37S lambs 1..
loo hogs . . '
3 bogs .....
36 cows . ...
11S cowa ....
17 eowa ....
$7t wethers '.U
4 IS ewes
1 team draft horses . .
1 team delivery horses
1 chunk ,
I delivery horse
. -. IS4 Im
J. B. FOX 'XT
' Oreen CKy Markets,
The general market testate; k
downward, la eertala Instaaeei Mr;
marked aad In others becaeMsli
lack of aupply teadlag 8par4s,ki
when the average Is it rack n aa.
dency la downward.
APPLES Oood aotnes art k a
ataa4 yet and the price a) tevaw
better prices for good ataet; fears I
enough good stock, boweiw, st (est ,
there Is little or ao dsmaathsesw 1
stock at any price. Priest nasi
about 75 to $1 the bet. with em
choice commanding as high at It
Block la bands of growers saua; Ma
haa been sold; It is the ekets sm
left and they commaad ssest Mt
Hood River apples are setllsi $14
POTATO BB Slow ewveaatt. e
mand light Plenty of good Host a
the country yet and a few aiytafi
outside buyers were hlddlaf tunr
well for them hut sow the sesssi
aeema satisfied or the buyers lewM
Mane are holdlaa for im fnaa
higher thaa the msrket aad Iseslenr
era cannot ship la safety; srttsi
range from toe to $1.10.
VEGETABLES LM! chaaf wM
last ranort! onions are a Httls aUa
In price but other vegetables rem
about the aame. Onions 2H. tmm
and carrots 75e to lack, psrmlaiB
to 11.3ft sack, cabbage $0 pooae,
FLOUR AND ITED-Flomr h W
lower and demand aeak. vum
down lo $8 with best briafUf .
$t 50; some selling as low $J
flrans and other feed grains sri
It tnwt M,m Uf ranorts. abortl
Ing $1.20, bran barley 11.11, oori
to $1.70, oata $24 to $21 PVW
for local wheat
HAT Lota of hay la eoastrr
k.l-- .mmmmA rraal BO! BWe
weak. With winter part farmsri wtm
to aell and the market has hroHa a
consequence. AH grsdes r
. mt ka It te 111 SB
rum ft iv . ' v" i
$11 to $13. timothy H to IliM.11
fa lift to $17.
EGGS Are very plentiful sas u
price ranges about 15c
BUTTER Very wesk asj
only commanding from lOe 1
ereameee alwava atlff and COBBUr
In. tn tn 9 Km BOW.
market Is only paying tnmy'
JSC Cholco dairy will snse
300 to 260. 4
POULTRT-Prlces are Jm!J
higher and tba demand food. T
brtng I60, roosters lc, y3
and mlsed chickens "c to II
lag doing In larger fowls.
MBATB-Vsal. dressed Is brlniPJ
a. . . . mm and 10C. wiia
big demand for mutton
fluctuate according to what tt
n.e rtmmm Km mnSd.
dry hides Its to 14C shesp r
to 7fto each, .
WOOL imngs l$o to W P"
mohair, 3$e to lOo, , .
1 nnivn mirm .EvSOOfSt w
60 and 7c, aun dried c P"1
eS, . . -4
SALT Belling 60c to W v
SO lb,. aack, half ground 40fl
1 00 lo. aacKS, 1: r
DO YOU WANT
AIVTYXHING1. . .
. . ...
Try the Clcidfcd CcfessJ cf tt:
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