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MORNING ENTERPRISE, WEDNESDAY, MARCH 22, 1911.
ORZGOV CUT, OREGON.
E. E. BROOte, Edltoe and rSibllaher.
Knter4 aa errand -rlaaa amattar Jaa
ary . 111. el the aaat eAlre al Orraoa
vicy. l-aae, nKr tba lot of Marc)
a. IPl" .
ntm sr sotscurm n.
Om Year, by
Mi Months, by mall
Tour afoatha. a mall
rar weak, by carrtw. .
Wat Pa, par mca flrat tnaartlna. . ,.10
First Paaa. per Incb a !! Inaartloaa. .lac
Praferred peaHlen any para, par tnr
flrat vtaertlca lie
frrtrrr4 aoeltioa aay pifa, aar lac
aa taa i llnna lee
- man papT Mlm Uiaa flrat aaa-a. par
- - flrat In an itoa).. ...lie
Raa paper ether than flrat pac. par tatcn
4M tneerthme c
Lecals lac par Una; to rasrular adver
ttaara to Baa. . '
'.' Waata. For Sale. To Rant ate. ana
eewt war flrat taeertlea; oa-half east
Rata for adrertlatna In I ha Weekrr
Bntarpriaa will ba I ha aama aa la tba
Sally, for adwrtteamants art eepadaUrJ
for tba waektjr. Where tha adrertierraant I
la tranafarrad from tba daily to tha work- i
tr. without chan a, tha rata will ba te
aa sncn ror raa af tba pa par, and let aa
lack for special poettkm.
Caen a hot Id accompaar order wbara
arty la unknown In bus in raa office of
Legal adrartlaln at laeal advertising
Ctreue adrerttatng and aprclal tranatant
aovantainc at neliHeu Inch, accord -tea;
to apadal condltiona gwernlttg tba
whole etreet. and taer m moving
way fronythat naUft point of what
la tor my araooaj good only.
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TEMPERANCE AGITATION 0OIN0
Council and (ha community la mak
ing headway la tha dlecuaalof of tha
open front to aaloona discussion, Tha
dlecusaloa la brtnflng out saw Ideal
that neither aide to tha controversy
had ever taken time to think of before.
and haa given a different color to
many thine that "JSe dlacuaaion' haa
brought to tba front
Ultra temperance men who bad aav
er (topped to think on tha subject be
fore, but were against tha traffic la
every manner because of preconceived
Ideas, are seeing tha other alda to tha
matter and soma are awaking to tha
fact that area their skirts may not be
clear -in tha matter of responsibility
to the community and to the bettet
Saloon men. who bar In tha pa
Panama Canal as a Busi
By Colonel ,
CEORCE W. CO ET HALS, Chief f
Engineer of tha CanaL
"Fire Sale' and Bankrupt Sal,"
tlaanmita lac Inch flrat inaarttoa: addl
tloaal Ineartkrea aama matter 3te Inch.
."s Items and wall wi-tn artlclaa
" awn. wita miereet to local reader.
- win be rladly accaptrd. Rajactad mano-
aanp(a narar returned unleea. accompan
ied by stamse to prepay aoetaae.
CITY OFFICIAL NEWSPAPER.
March 22 In American History.
1604 Ceswion of New Netherlands
(New Tork) to tba Dnka of Tort
by Charles II. of England.
1820-DoeJ at Bladensbarg. 11 L. be
tween Commodore Barron and
Commodore Decatur of tha United
Stataa nary: both wounded, the
1888 Stanley Ltattbewa, noted justice
of tba United States so pre me court,
died; bora 1824.
180ft-Dr. Robert Ogden Doremtta. well
kaowa chemist, died: bora 1824.
(Trow aooa today te noon tomorrowj
tra aeta :W. risea mooa rises
tH7 a.' sl; T:18 p. aa, east era time,
sooa-at last qaarter la oaattlatka
Scorpio; t a. aa, east em time, an Jupi
ter bright aataUitea oa wast of ptaa-at.
CCII baa been said and
predicted ai to the
oomtuercial ralua 'ot
the canal to tha United States.
In this connection it must be re
nw"Wrrd that the commercial
pooh pbonhed anything and everything (hipping of this countrj NEV
that tha temperanca man wanted, are rr RFOUIRED TTTE OA.
getting wise to tha fact that thra Ivat
something la tha other fellow's con- -
tention that be did not aea before. The trip of the Oregon in' 1S9S settled the question of the sdris
All of which goes to show that all aa- sbilitj of constructing an isf.hmian canal, and had the canal been
toon men are not bad. that once the buy, ,t thtt frj Mring ,round tIIorilf there
prorlng condltiona tha public can rely U n0 quwtioi tare been agreed generallj that the canal,
6n him for aid In going aa far aa ha w t n expenditure of $375,000,000, wss. WORTH WHILE,
eea. and if ha doea not ae aa far aa At the session of congress immediatel following that noted tot-
the temperance man It in , p to him qution of an isthmian canal receded considers tion, and the
to see that ba ia properly educated and ... ... ....
not necessarily educated juat as tha Pderit waj empowered bj the act of Harch 31, 1999, to make
temperance man could wish. fall and complete investigation of the isthmus with a view to the oon-
From a careful analyaia of what waa gtruction of a canal by the United Sutes across the same to connect
saia by men on Dom siaes or ins quea- Atl.nhV and P.-.5fi
IN WHATEVER LIGHT THE PANAMA CANAL IS VIEWED IT
WILL HAVE PAID FOR ITSELP IP IN TIME OP WAR OR THREAT
ENED WAR A CONCENTRATION OP THE FLEET IS EFFECTED
WITHOUT THAT LONG, TEDIOOS, UNCERTAIN ROUTE FOLLOWED
BY THE OREGON. IT WILL PRACTICALLY DOUBLE THE EFFL
CIENCY OP THE FLEET, AND NOTWITHSTANDING THE FACT THAT
WE ARE A PEACEFUL NATION OUR OUTLYING POSSESSIONS
MAKE THE PANAMA CANAL A MILITARY NECESSITY, AND IT
MUST SO BE RECOGNIZED.
Tha recelpta for tha week bavs
been: Cattle 110!. calvea til. ho
1151, sheep 8ST. . horsea and
mule If. - '
Tba cattle market wsa steady at
laat week's uecllne. There waa not a
great deal of tone to the market but
a clearance wsa eirectea o an "
stock offered for sale.
aiitat nf tha hoas that came in were
contract deliveries from the past. Tha
market for local stock went off
The sheop market waa fairly steaar.
Supply and price tk an upwara
turn. There waa a recovery or ioo "
15c from the former week'a Una of
Tk.r waa an active demand for
heavy draft horses. Tha arrival of
car load or Idaho horsea on rriday and
the coming ot a car load of eastern
draft horsea tonight, will, In a meaa
ure. make up tha lack of aupplyj Thra
la also enrout a shipment of mule
from Missouri. '
Arrlvala for tha flrat annual rarlMc
northwest livestock show are coming
Into tba yards and Indications point
to a splendid eihlnttton.
Tha following aalea are representa
tlon Monday night. In the Council
chamber, we feel safe la aaylng that
the temperance people and tha better
clasa of saloon men ar not so far
apart In what they wish, and what
they believe, aa haa been the case la
past yeara and where there baa been
no temperance agitation.
101 ateera ...... t
4 calvea .......
147 calvea ........
645 lamba .......
1140 wethers .....
$17 awea ........
it COW ,.,
14 cowa ........
1 team draft horsea
1 aaddle horae . ...
Arc Yoa A Money Sayc?
Moat every ana aspects te be a money aaver u.. ..
I... ..uat ta aawa ha thale I...'. tl
aava wtitn thalr axpsnsss are I a. ,r thr
people vhe wait "Ui ty ssn save without ,f,-
aava: they wake up aama 4ay filled with ragrat, ami.,,
tunltlea thy have mlaaed. " " M "VJI
Tha meral 11 Begin regular aavlng at thla bam. a,.
tha lnama, make tha autga a little lass and aa Ja i2. J?wl .
It's a elmple matter te etart a aaylng account
The Bank of Oregon Qty
r. J. If rv.
THE FIRST NATIONAL
of OREGON OTV, OREGON
T ran seats a OWerel Banklitf Suolnee.
LET US DRILL YOUR WELL
Satisfaction guarantsad. Leave erdere at
OREGON CITY SHOE SHOP
McOREOORY A RIVERS Ca
R. W. ARaWafd
NEW METHOD FOR COUNCIL
- CooacJl ka takes on a aew way of
settling disputes as to the Improve
ment of 1U streets, and one that la
calculated to atop a considerable por-
Uoa of the criticism asaafly banded
Booster Day Literature.
The Commercial Club la sending out
its Booster Day Literature In an effort
to get that date fixed In the minds of
tha people of Clackamas county, and iup Jurt,e Court Case and Bsglna ! Now the time for hou sec leaning.
to then impress them with the Idea
that they abould spend the day In en
joyment In the Metropolis of this big
county Oregon City.
ELKS TEMPLE AT EUGENE.
Circuit Court Case. I Dont forget Pee la lra for rlaanlna
The case of Christ BuMard against "" ! rapeta. W. L. Uttleragent
ma a ue, ior assault, to nave been ai no bl
tried In Justice Samson's court Tues- "
day morning, waa dismissed aa Bui- - ,
w.j v! ... . . . Yauna Am la TMaa
' - w tuvorce in r.,n .T."
-r-a"" wr-w n7VltJ lO PWr lOO
another court, and the multlnllcltv of ! .-...J,"."fp,',t,! to.
i. i.. j . . - i iuuuui iuo orancnaa ahnniii ha ant
EUGENR Or. March n.-(SpL)- '5 Tie" ny " ,B'V b.ck annually ,o mak. th.hrt and
- "fra a aaaij tuaui VI I run
wnoout oreaitrng down. After fruit
The Elks here began the excavation
yesterday for a $50,000 building which
la to be pushed to an early completion.
SLOANE TAKES UP AVIATION.
rameus Kx-Jeckey New-Anx eoa la
Bsssms Premiaient as Bird Man.
naemg mea in new xort have re
out to that bod. t. th- mh .-a . . " lorming
... ... ' "r tnem that the Utert enterprise of Tod
the country over. TWa plan em- ffloane. the Jockey, ia aviatioa. 8Jane
braeaa tb mviUUon of people living! la now at Nice aa aa aeroplane pupil
on the street or street to be Improved l L Gagneaux..
to meet Council on a given aight and ' Inring the annual fete of Boners at
when Council proposea certain Diana ! XJr Sloane mounted a biplane and fol-
for tha improvement to give ex area-. kwd ,b Pn6- cirHIng over It aad
To Address Students' at tha Pacific
Prof. Tooxe, superintendent of the
city schools, haa aa Invitation to make
an address before the studenta of the
Pacific University at Forest Grove,
which he baa accepted. Ha will m
to that place on Wednesday. April 19.
but so fsr he has not rhoaen Ma a.,K.
Ject for the occasion.
Read the Morning Enterprise
ing begins Bot much pruning la neces
aary, except to thin out surplus
growth and to keep the tree symmet
rical. Always prune from the top
down, and not from the bottom up.
'All who do not give the poultry
some clover hay two or three tlmea
week should turn Over a new leaf.
There la money In giving fowla what
they need. Clover furnishes lima for
shall of egg and protein In abundance
for formation of tha albumen; la abort
It ia quite well balanced aa a ration
for stock. The way to feed clover to
bona la to cut It vary One. If not cut
up fine it may cause crop-bound. About
half an Inch ia flna enough. Place tha
clover la a pail after It la cut. and pour
Just enough ..boiling water over It to
moisten well. Then throw a cloth
over the pail and let It remain until
morning. In the morning, pour boil
ing water over tha clover, so aa to
warm It for the bene la troughs for
tha morning meaL It la best and
cheapest of all foods for laying hen
la winter, and takes the place of green
food. Successful Fanning.
Commencement Friday June 2,
Prlday, June t, haa been chosen aa
Commencement day la the Oregon
City High school. This Is to ba tba
most successful commencement In the
history of the school.
MAIL BOXES ON 'cARS.
WASHINGTON. March 10 Tha
PoatolTlce Department la to experi
ment with the Installation of mall
boxes In streetcars. When Ibey are
Installed there will be no excuse for
streetcar travelers who bring homa al
night the letters which they are corn
missioned to mall In tha morning.
Read the Morning Enterprise.
aion as to what is wanted, or the criti
cism that comes to mind.
throwing flowers on the crowd. Ia
another flight Sloane flew to Cannes
and Circled the cltr and harhnr naaa
lm tk "U rrT ene person- j tag so close to the yachts at anchor
there that the people on board could
talk to him. gloaae bad a very success
ful season last summer at Brnaaeis and
has got together a very good stable of
horsea, but bis friends ssy that Indlca
rJona now are that he will become so
Infatuated with the aviatioa game
to lose his taterest In borsea.
ally mtereated u permitted to talk.
aad where one la not ready with
speech when on hia feet he may bring
a friend ta) talk for him.
Tweed y night the Toestton of the
Improvement of Monroe street waa up I
for coawtderaUon sod there were ai
large number of the citizens affected j
oa haavd to tefl what they thought of!
the proposition as put up to Council j
aad to tbem. The matter waa die-1
i aaai mmU rr. !. a- I !
waa there undue feeHng la the pre- HlrT,rd wDI ,b Intercollegiate
-i Aad the mora the ta pro- j 1. ' C-
STwrVTli TTi E" BaT wu. row William Ail
aw wow aeemea to , CgiiMi 'roreMiional title. Barry
wiefc to take advantage of the other. J tbe r-nt bimpton
j in m certaiaiy a wise nova on the , The American Bowling association
COMING SPOBT EVXNTS
Wa da gane'al repairing. Brckn machinery mad t a,
work aa new. Esperta with gaaallne englnaa.
Phonoa: Main itH Heme 1S.
10S FOURTH STREET 0RE00N CITY.
Wanta Divorce From Hubbv.
Ida McKlttrlck baa Bled a ault for
divorce against her husband, John
McKlttrlck, to whom aha waa united
la marriage at Rathdrum. Idaho, Aug
ust , ilia. There ia one child, John
MCKittrirfc, who la to yeara of age.
Mrs. McKlttrlck clalma her husband.
wnnout cause, asserted her In March
1114. 8he la represented by Bweek
Old Pioneer -Vary III.
William fliouut. one of the well
know a pioneers of Oregon, la vary III
at St. Vlacenf'a hospital, where he
recently unaerwent a surrgicaj opera
tion. Mr. luount a family were sum
mooed to hla bedside on Sunday, aa
hia condition waa serious Ills child'
ran. residents of Oregon City, are Mrs.
Charles Kelly. Mrs. r. T. Barlow. Mlaa
Barsn Blount, Albert Blount.
part of Council, and one likely to
obviate future dissatisfaction and at
the same time having a teadency to
bring oat new Idea that may prove
Instructive to Council and to the City
Engineer aa well And above all they
eeem to have a tendency towards mak
ing for a brotherly feeling, which is
certain to aid the Council In ellminat-
tag the tendency to tight that people
often manifested when they Imagine
they are being crowded.
The meeting Monday night accom
plished wonders In tbe matter of get
ting people together on the question
of what to to be for the best of the
will bold Its snnusl regstts. known e
the American Henley, st rhilsdelhbis
May 27. Tbe People's rexstts will also
be beld there July 4.
Tbe woman's eastern golf hamplor
and Intercity niatcbe for the GriM-oro
eup will be played this year at tbe
Brae Burn Country club at Wet New
ton. near Boston, during the week of
i uioi are ninjt-r way to ronn a
southern amateur rowlLg anoriailon
of oarsmen from Chios located In
Washington. Virginia and Maryland
and tbe national association will be
asked to sanction a regatta on the
Patapsco river. Baltimore, Aug. 0.
Educate Children Who
'AN M. LEAVtTT
f Uahrsrsky a Cnleaae.
A.M.-C0NX1NCI0 THAT THE GREATEST NEED OP TODAV
TO ENTER THTr,AT" "UCAT,0N OF THOSE WHO ARE
.? "I" T"!W". INTERMEDIATE GRADES OP
-rtT aiuw, v a ;;"r. APPROPRIATE EDUCATION WILL
MOT BIMPLV FIT THEM FOR THIS WORK. BUT WILL SO EQUIP
AT THEV MAY EVENTUALLY PASS THROUGH IT TO A
BRAOE HIGHER ALWAYS WITH THE POSSIBILITY amo LW..
'Education should bo adapted to the INDIVIDUAL NEEDS
OF THE PUPIL (These, needs ruj greatlj with different children
and with children b different classes of societj. While the word
CLASSES" is hateful to an American it is more equitable to recbg
sue this truth than to ignore it These differences in present oppor
lunitT and probable future needs become peculiarly apparent to the
xhDd and his parents st about his twelfth year, as roughly marking
she beginning of adolescence up to til time the education of all
Tllnchoo Bnd to iaUsn P"Pa In work which will IN
DUCE THEM TO REMAIN IN SCHOOL FOR A GREATER
trUMBER OF TEARS. - .
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The Kind That
is im - - II
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II I I A MrvnM in II
I naiNuouML- . I
II QTATir.Mt?DV II
a a r-v i iwi -u L.i v i an
ll aX 4- aa.. Hi
uur newistm iiiA KtwMc nt n
I bbbT vaWva m assvvwiiia. I
II MjrJiinc IS THE THING IE
ll ' HlA.ata Tf
I In the front ruk of the II I
I ART PRESERVATIVE " . ID
I PRINTING- II
I : i
The following are tha real estate
transfers that hava been filed la the
office of the county recorder:
11. B. and Agues II. Row and L
O. and Minna M. Iloldea lo Rbouen
dron Mineral Bprlnga Land Corapasr,
160 acres of section ll. townshlo I
south, range 7 east, 110.00.
Edwin and Rachel Young to Carrrle
Keller, land In sections It sad If.
township 4 south, rang east,
a F. and E. R. Hart to Jamea Ed
ward Wrlahl, land In aeelloa s. town
ship 1 south, range I east,, f 10.
J. M. Taylor to Harry and FrUda
Carson, lots S and 4, block 22, Mil
waukee park. 1100,
T. W. and II. U U Clark to A. B.
Blower, lota I and 4 of block I. and
lota f, 10. 11. 12. block 2. Windsor, 11.
William II. and Ada C. Moebaka to
Ida May Shannon, land In Oregon
Martha F. Cramer to Arthur and
Minnie Gray, lot 4 of .Clarkamsa
John A. and Ljrdla A. Faulk, to U
Dullard, 41 acres of M. M. Me-
Carver D. L C. No. , township
south, range 1 eaat. II 10.
Mary r. Hougham to W. II. Lucka.
Z acres in section 23. townshln .1
svuin, range j Mst, 1660,
Oregon City Markete.
The general tendency of the mar-
seta ia upwards, and thla la eepedally
so In tbe produce line. In seasonable
gooda, such aa hay, with a aew crop
coming on and the uaa almost finished
for the present winter sfaaon, the de
mand Is downward. But the market
aa a whole la a trifle more stiff but
with but few commodltlea abowlng
APriJCU Good appies are In de
mand yet and tha uric ta ia..,..
better pricea for good stock: thara ta
enough good atock, however, ao that
there la little or ao aeaaas a.
stork al ... T?
. price, rnsai wL-
about 7e lo n ,., tT
mock In bands of tnrnHtmatl
haa hmm alil. i. i. ... "T""
, i tm ia Saau
Urt and they wmauMaiZr
"tJM? R'r "PP'" HIU,U
POTATOES There I t an,
stronger feeling 4a the avU m
mora Inquiry; especially tdrMataa
poeee, Faacy stock of narsuw.
bringing ii.ii seed potataaj anl
la eoaalderable local atock M Ik
aaevlng noma ao that la rtt fa-si
sain much haadwty.
VEaETAUIXS Utile eaun Sw'
laat report: onion ar Btt nar
la price but other T(auiUa -
about the aama. Oaloa 1. Urtta
sad carrots Tie to aactsartaai
to 11.21 sack, cabbage tSmL
rLOl'R AND TEGlWrw a a.
lower aad demand aait fjaaBj
dowa to IS-wlth best anirfat at
Is.M; some aelling u law at UE
Fwed pricea ara statloaarr wm sw -
selling 122 to 122 tea. aarti tfl a
12s, ' aballed cars ll.U hawst
cracked I1.7&, rolled aarlsy t&
HAY liOta of bay la sosstrf a
being offered freely aew: atrkt
weak. With winter put tvmtn ta
lo aell aad tha market aai anateji ,
eon sequence. AO grssai art eVet
from I to ll.SO-tarrw tl tell, a
fit to 12. timothy 111 t tli, alfaa
III to 20.
OATS Dealer bavutf far lalaae
lo meet the demand la ta (ioev rv
lag gray IIS. white tUM at pt i
that the market I wk sal iat
EOOS Are vary pieautal ai 0 ,
price ranges about lie. '
BUTTER Very wasl sal usstr) j
only commanding front 1st Br, ,l
creamery slways atlff aal aaataaaV,
Ing 20e to 2Se ano. The Fsrtkai ,
market la only paying trtM la a J
ISe. Choice dairy U brUl tm ,
20o to 25c. .
POULTRT-PrUsea ar ssawrtal )
higher and the demand feel Ban j
bring lac, rooster lie, yoaai mm
aad mlied chickens lie to IH j
Ing doiag la larger fowls,
MEATS Veal, drassed. Is Vtatkl
lAa In lie. boa-a le aad 108.
ki. A- . muitoa last aaka
fluctuate according to what Is slsiw. ,
in r-Hpa nM IU iwrnsd. atltsn k.
dry hides 12e to 14c, iha F" w
to 76e each.
WOO Lr bring Its lo lk
mohair ISe to 20c
ntrm mtTTTW rporie4 Pr"
so and 7c, aun dried tc ptusat
SwaVtv O.tllaa atAa lA TKsl lOTVM
10 In. sack, half froa w "! '
100 lb. aaaka -.r-
It Wouldn't Pay to Advertise
A Poor Article
-Nor a preposition af deuMful merit er henMtysr sasew
nowadaya, ar DISCRIMINATlNO. They knew valuee-4"y kew
GENUINE thlnga, genuine eapertunltlee.
Any article which can be Sold by advartlalng la, by that tsat
000D article. YOU are aafe In buying a thing which has "st"
ths flra sf publicity."
: ' ' . V- . . ', .
Ths msker of a widely advertieed artlole, er sommodlty, Is
waye en trial for hla bualnsss life. He ssnnet shirk, nor ehespe
product-and thla la tha beet possible protection for the soseumS
You ara llri i - ... . k. laala
... w nig avanisaa tnings tie
nowadaya bualneae eendttlene. . .' "-
DO YOU WANT
ANYTHING . . . Q
Try the Clostlfed Coloinns of tbe
, 3000 RevStn Dally
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