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MOKNINO ENTERPRISE, . FKIDAY, MARCH 31, 1911.
ORE GO If CITY, OREGON!
E. K. BROOIC, Edlter and publisher.
"Enter: aa roaid -class Matter Jaa
ry . 111. at the poM ornce at Oroa
1iy. Oroa. under the Act of Marcfc
tuns tr sutsenrmn.
On Tear, br
ma Mm ins. tr
rwir Months, br
rlrat Paae. per mca nrat Insert lie i
run JTure, per kick added Insert toM. .lee
Preferred posltloo any pa, par tnoh
first Insertion lie
Preferred position) any pafa, per Moll
added insertions lae
Run paper other tha first paga. per nk
flrat Insert foa . 12c
Hun paper other than first pas's, par men
added Insertions -..to
lahing the "ciim' aerarely. Next
mm a Law forbidding licensed bar
from Balling liquors tkat are adrer-
ttaed oa bill board.
Hava yoa studied the two "thou
abalt aotar 'What do jro think of
them? la tha Brat on a not an abridg
ment of tba personal liberty of tha
W have bo Quarrel with tha pro-
(at against tha treating propoaltloa,
for we think It la a custom that ahould
ba broken up. But thera la n way to
j do It and not become a greater moral
I criminal than tha man who treata.
Professor Opposes Politician
' For the Mayoralty of Chlcatfo
Locals IBs per line; to regular adVar.
tiaera sc Has.
Wants, For Sale, To Rent. etc.. ans
"eot a word first kiaaatloa; oca-half eaat
Raise for adwrl tains- to the Waeklv
. Rxterprtae will ba tha same as la tha
. dally, for advertisement set sepactaliy
for tha weekly. Where the advertisement
a transferred from tha dally to tha week
ly, without ehaaaje, tha rata will ba Sc
aa tack for run of the paper, and la aa
Mofc for special posltloo.
- Cash shoald aceompany order where
party la tin known in business off lea of
I-aJ advert Islna at lecal advertising
. Cirrus advertising and special tranalrnt
advert nine at tic to see an inch, accord
ana to special conditions governing tha
"Fire Sale" and Bankrupt Bale" adver
tisements id inch first Insert too: addi
tional Insertions same Matter Me rack.
News Items and well writ-en article
of merit, with Interest to local readers,
wilt be (Isdly arre-td. Rejected marni
Borlpta Merer returned unless ai-cossoan-Wd
by atamoa to prepay poetaew.
CITY OFFICIAL NEWSPAPER.
March 31 In American History.
1830 John Caldwell Calhoun, southern
talesman, vlea president of the
United State under Andrew Jack
bob. died; bom ITS2.
1907 Calosba A. firwr, noted apeak
of cttoreoa. died: born 1S24. '
(From noon today to noon tomorrow.!
Sun sets 6:20. line 3:39: morni f(
' TSA p. m.: fi-Ort a. Hi.. mono In conjum--Uon
with Hnturn. pawlnjr 2 degrees
For any city council to aay to tba man
granted a license, "We want you to
discourage treating, and we will make
your liceaae accordingly, and yon will
find favor withtia In proportion aa you
do not encourage It." la all well and
good. Council baa tha right to go that
far, for It than becomea a question of
moral anaaion. But tha law aa enact
ed In Tacoma ' makea the lawmaker
even more guilty of a moral breech
than tha aaloontat who aella hla neigh
v Aa to the aecond proposition, tha
aaylng-thatinnmay:not aell an
article became It la adrertlaed on
billboard: Think of thla for a mo
ment. , What high-banded measure of
tha dark agea exceeds it?
We have no financial Interests la
billboard, and If any Interest in the
matter It la to see billboards discred
ited. But what do you think of tbla
abrogation of a man's liberty, and at
the btheet of people who claim ta be
Christian and who really In many In
stances think they are doing a charit
able act if not a Christian act?
Whenever Christianity, In whatever
form, haa taken a step In advanc of
what ia morally right there naa been
marked retrogression In the progress
of the world. It cant be otherwise.
And tbla advanced ground. Into which
the good men and good women hare
scared these city Fathers of Tacoma,
were laughable but for Its serious na
J. , i
W. H. BOYER INVITED TO TAKE
OVER THE MUSICAL PART OF
W. II. Hover, noted all over the Pa
clfto Northwest aa a premier oragulier
and chorus director, haa bean offered
tha direction of tha muslo for the
coming session of tba Willamette Val
ley Chautauqua Assembly, lie will
have charge of tha claasea, arrange for
about 10 solos during tha aesslon and
will direct a big Sunday afternonn
concert. Jt la expected that Mr, lloyer
will accept the undertaking.
Dr. Illnson, paator of tha White
Temple, of Portland, haa been asked
o lake charga of the Bible atudy
classes at Chautauqua.
Tha Women's Christian Temperance
Union will erect a pavilion at (1 lad-
stone Park before the opening of tha
ll 1 aeaslon on July 4. The Harmony
mprovement Club la also planning to
build another pavilion and tha Corn
greaa of Mothers is planning to de
corate and paint their building In anti
cipation of a Hiicceeaful session.
' Doable Your Dollars
Every dollar yen asm la eaeeble af doubling Itsslf i ti
any effort an yaur part eaeeet ta bang en te It 1 w 'hm
The dollar that Wipe away will eventually gat Inte th
aomaona wha will at It at work fertune building for hil 1
The dollara yau aa, whose earning newer you talZl .'
make the aum ef your fortune. ' BPrprlata,
Tha aoonar you begin to Mve at tbla .anlt, the sooner w.
your fortune aspraaaad In large figures. ',u W m
Wa receive bank deposlta from a dollar up,
The Bank of Oregon City
D. C. UATOURBTTB rraaldeoi r. J. UCTlx
THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK
wa ws-wwv ea a a f wlUUUn
Transacts a 0neral tanking oelneee. Opan frt.m Uy- . '
CARTER H. HARRISON.
CHARLES E. MERRIAM.
TO BE HELD FRIDAY
LAW THAT EXCEEDS THE MORAL
Tb writer wants to emphasize the
-statement at the outset of thla dl
t ortal that he believed, aa a general
propoaUoa, that the church people
and temperance people are honest
and want to do about right- But that "ALBANT, N- T.. March 30. The
k- a. .1 .. i .1 I Democratic Senators bone to settle
w .fku aw ur rue - I - - -i
luc ovuaiviiuip -cvoitrai aa a accrri 1 . " aril vumsiancea appearing
IT IS HOPED THAT SOME AGREE
MENT MAY BE ARRIVED AT
IIICAGO la having another lively mayoralty campaign, and. aa la turns!
la that city, the result will be In doubt until after tha votes are
counted. Carter H. Harrison la tba Democratic candidate, and Charlea
E. JJ arris m la the nominee of the Republicans. Thcr were named at
a primary election, the first bald In a large city nnder the new llllnolaviaw.
Each man bad a stiff contest la hla own party, Harrison having two candi
dates against, him. while Merriam waa oppoeed by live Republicans.. Harrl
eon haa served four terms aa mayor, and be la standing on his record. He
waa opposed by the Democratic "machine.. and be depends largely on hla
personal popularity, a popularity that be partially Inherited from hla father,
who waa for many years a Chicago Idol, having served four successive terms
aa mayor and having been again elected after a lapse of aeveral years. The
Republk-au cautlldate was for many years a professor In tba Chicago unlver
alty. having reolgned bis post there wben be became a candklate for the nom
ination for chief executive. While serving aa professor of political science In
the university be was elected an alderman, where be had a chance to. put
Into practice some of bis theories regarding tba government of cities, lie
believes In -reform. but be Is not the type of man one. often connects with
refurra" movements. Aa chairman of an Investigating committee be helped
oncover numerous Instances of political graft, and be bopea that hla record,
In that work will offset his opioiienia personal following.
SITS FOR PICTURE.
Sola Survivor1 of Oregon's Provisions
P. X. Mathleu. the sola survivor of
the founders of Or eg ou 'a provisional
government, waa In the city Thursday
He If paat 93 yeara of age and la hal
ana hearty. Mr. uatnieua pnotograp
waa taken on the porch of the historic
home of Dr. John McLoughlln, founder
of Oregon City, the bouse having been
completely restored and placed In the
city park at the head of the Seventh
Wash bread boards and mlllng
bowls, or .anything In which flour la
uaed. la - clear,., cold water, using
IIIWI I MM.
eeed to a little quickly garnered pow
er, he haa good reason to doubt,
- How ia one to know when church
people and temperance, people are do
ing nam.; i nt ia a question lor i
caucus tomorrow morning. The cau
cus today adjourned until 10 o'clock
tomorrow morning without . taking a
rote, after the organization leaders
had directed a full attendance. A
Senator may be elected and adjourn-
natural and at their best.
aiuoy. Aa a gewrni miag tnere is no i taken for a week until the regur
claaa of people who are no certain aa lar quarters In the Capitol are ready
to the ground on which they etand aa ror ,
tha etanret. .. - the. ! Only a hand fur of Democratic mem-
"771 ' - ' hers of the Legislature were at the
" Uinrr lrura " are nty Hall, the temporary capltol of the
in tne wrong it can t be oiherwlsa . eute. at the caucus. The sltnapon
for ha La right, and caaJkote mia-Tlnc ,h adjournment of the caucavi
Ukea. But how are roe to aatlafy ,a n'ht PP to have been corn-
. ... plicated by Charlea F. Murphy 'a
yonraelf. for If yon are eonscleotlona chATfet gaInBt mi, Lyde Stet-
yon don't want to fight a proposition i son, whom be accused of planning the
. that la tight, and If the church man ruin of the Democratic party In thin
says It te right with hie usual empha- hT "e defeat of William F, Bhee-
-4 Deaii uic tii aii uiutui uuiuiurr, m i-
r ' aIW..al. asTa OLIsASk'. . . A A ska,
Silver Tea a Success.
The silver tea given at the home of
Mra. H. C. 8tevena on Sixth and
Washington'' streets Thursday after
noon by Mra. Stevena and Mra. J. M
Marek for the benefit of the Congrega
tional church, waa well attended and
a neat sum waa the reault.
AT PLEASANT HILL
HAD BEEN IN ASYLUM SEVERAL
. TIMES BUT WAS CONSID
ERED HARMLESS. -
Ell Calkins, a man aged about SO
yeara, who lived at ' I'leaaant Hill,
above Wllsonvllle. commit. teed anlclde
Thursday afternoon. Facta concerning
the deed are meager, the call to tha
Coroner giving few details. Coroner
Fog will bold an Inquest today.
Calkins waa a man with a peculiar
temperament and bad, been In the In
aane asylum aeveral tlmea. He waa
considered barmleaa aa a general thing
and the deed or" Thursday waa not
considered among tha Hat of probabllt
ale yon don't Jtmt like
rear you may be doing a wrong your- influence of the xalled "Interesta."
aelf. Senator Brackett, minority leader.
But when yon look back and see the ald RePbcna were "sitting,
active part the church took In the "M a ,waUln '""'nt..
witchcraft inUona-they proved N8ANC RANCHER KILLS THRE
to be persecutions In some Instances
f tbe early days in this country you Bl'RUNGTON. Wash.. March 30.-
can find a good excuse for doubting William Weegln, a rancher of South
the wisdom 0f WBat ia done br the ' Priri. bcme violently Insane today
0 BT HO IOT ' ,riy,,,.l u. atmtmnn'm ni.raa In the
, - r. i
i ana, taking a large calibre rifle, went
out Into the county road and shot and
charch when it goes contrary to your
- e - --afc i u -t auc vvuuir luetti kuu auu ua
Jiilgneiit, and not be Umld in doing ; instantly killed the first three passera-
o. unaeraiana tnu caution; you by. who were John Ranke, William
have come to a time when yon hare : Rnk nl Joi" Ware, all of Burling-
serious doubts aa to the propriety of ton"
what the church and the church peo-! . . . . , ,
pie doing or advocating, and it is Tf, -nn
s . ,1 . . County School Superintendent Gary
not a matter of selfish personality. out on -nother . hlWft ,hml. Pnuntrvl
Thla la to lead you up to the atory but he refuaea to tell the Enterprise
that cornea from Tacoma. There the
Chorea people hare succeeded in paus
ing a law forbidding treating and pun-
aa to where ha will strike for he aaya
that as everybody reada It tbe teach
ers would then know where he waa
expected and tidy things up a bit, not
On the Increase
Despite "War Scare"
Tart's asiursnoe to President Diss that mansu
vars af American troops on frontier are made foe
practise Is enough for Mexicans.
ENRIQUE C CREEL, M.xlcn Secretary of For.lin Affair.
CttERE ibo foundation for alarmist rcjioru concerning dan
get to A mel lean and European intercuts in Mexico. The
. foreign office haa received no complaint from any foreign
intereata nor from any foreign individual, us no one haa been
IfOLESTED or placed in DANGER.
AS THE RESULT OF A LONO PERIOD OF PEACE AND PROS
FERITY . THE INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS WITH THE UNITED
STATES AND ALL OTHER COUNTRIES OF THE WORLD ARE EX
CELLENT. THE COMMERCE AND CREDIT OF MEXICO ARE BET
TER THAN EVER BEFORE. FOREIGN CAPITAL CONTINUES TO
COME TO MEXICO, AND AS SOON AS THE REVOLT IS SUPPRESS
ED MEXICO WILL CONTINUE - ITS PATH ' OF . GREAT DEVELOP
' MENT. ,.; ; . . '' .
i ' K at -
i '. ' The movement of American troopa to the frontier for the pur
pone of KILITARY MANEUVERS is Iookbd iirn with ' EASI
NESS by tbe government and people of Mexico, aa there is no fear
whatover of any CONFLICT with the United States. -;
President Taft haa made assurances to President Dial that such
.MILITARY OPERATIONS have nothing todo with Mexican
The Kind That
Our New Steel Die Embossing
Marhine IS THE THING
In the front rank of the
. ART PRESERVATIVE
R. W. 5c R. S.Ward
Wa do general repairing, rok an maahlnory made te a M
vVork'ai new. Exparte with gaaallna engines.
Phonee: .Main 20M. Home IIS.
10S FOURTH STREET OREGON CITY. "
AGE OF YOUR HORSE
SHOULD INTEREST YOU
FOUR WAYS OF TELLING THE AGE
OF YOUR FAITHFUL ANIMAL
CORVAL1J8. Or., March 30. There
are four wave to tall tba age of a
bar., according to prof. R. La Potter
of tha Oregon. Agrlculiural tolleg:
by hla tfth. br bla rlha. br tha flash
on bla tall, and br tha akin on bla
In a young horaa tba ehh akin la
oft and flaatlc. and (Ilea back quick
ly when raised; In an old on. It la
liidoea and gna back but atowiy.
Old bursaw apparently bava a wider
and mora dlatlnct apaca baiween their
rlba than young onaa. And wtlh aa
th flesh on tba tall of a borae ahrlnka,
making tha Inlnia mora dlailnrt than
they era on a young horaa. t :
Judging by iha rhanaea In tba teeth
la a mora accurate method. Tha com
ing of the temporary teelh flrat, and
then tha permanent onea; tha develop.
ment to maturity; tha change In ahap
on account of wear; tha coming of Iha
cupa in tha teeth, and their wearing
away afterward, and tha chance In the
angle of meeting of tba teath, from
atralghl together at five yeara 4a MXJZ ll ner vegaiaoies itaai
eharp angle at twenty; all theae araBtK1T,t ,h. "TV " I He. t-raa
to do batter next tlmOh.v .-.
mlaaed with a reprimand 7 ??
OrClA4. aflfaa aa a V
Marketa. aa a gan.ral thlat a,
alowly moving dowBwarda. fm
thla cornea from tbe fact that tlTa
crop of certain foo.u , JV?
ad la . the mlblu4.-OikaTl- -modltlae
will , h. auppiaal-TI!
naw cropa. or are ltln( ik, -3
qualities that they po j!
" " ifiM, ir ai ail. eauiM
tha price to fall. Tbua. ukliTtt.
market aa a whole, there la ta auiw
off la prlrea and In aoma amtaikk
APPUC (lood atork la trarnmi
high, prices ranging from II t &
Ical stock la nearly (oaa u4
Hood River product la radix! a i
few vartetiea. Few good avppJaa) a
Teft In tha loral market.
POTATOCa-Vlarkst It . UttW of
fronrlaal report, in demand It m b
price. Real good poiatoee are mtm
and bring l to fl.zs, while aHn
duct .oommanda 75c to a L TWi
are not enough being offered to i
la quantities. Ban Frsnclsce muUt
la off 1 So a hundred. 30 cart irrtrtaj
la one day and demra!lilai tat a
kaf. Ucal atork pretty wall auk
ad; a few with choice stork kaMla
for a rlae.
VEORTADLRS Utile ckaa ma
last report; onions are a II ill alia
In BTica but other vegetables i
Igna by which tha esperlencod horee-
man can read accurately tha ace of a
It must be remembered that tha
permanent teeth, above and below.
coma In at the eame time," aaya Prof.
potter, "but that tha cupa above do
not wear away until all tha cupa below
are gone. It tnuat also ba remem
bered that tha cbangea begin at the
center and continue at tha rata of one
pair a year; that a horse at maturity,
which, la at Ave yeara. haa everything
that Is, all bla permanent teeth and
il the cupa. If one remembera thla
much, be baa tha whole thing In a nut
THE CA2ADER0 DAN
CORNOR FOX NOTIFIED WILL
HOLD INQUEST WHEN BODY
Word waa received at a lata hour
Thursday evening by Coroner Fox of
a drowning In Iha upper dam at Cats
dero. When tha Coroner waa notified
tha body bad not been recovered and
It waa not known who tha unfortunate
Coroner Fog will hold art Inqueat to
day. In caae tha aaarchara are aue-
easeful In finding tha body.
Juatln Vlelta Hla Ranch.
M. Juatln. who baa been apendlng
tha paat few daya at his ranch at
Carnlola, near Wllholt Springs, re
turned to Oregon City on Thursday.
Mr. Juatln baa 150 acres of Isnd, being
moany in appiea ana other fruit. The
ranch Is In charge of George Krelts,
who haa been doing soma excellent
work on the place. Mr. Justin atatea
that a great dehl of work la being done
on the roada In that vicinity under
the supervision of L Shank.
Chief of Police Bhsw csught two
young men printing through tha city
on their motor cyclee shortly- after
noon Tbursdsy. He stopped them and
had a heart-to-heart talk with them.
Aa they were only 18, and promised
and carrote 75 to II ssrk, parailHl
to f l.SS aack. cabbage 3c poult. Xff
vegetables are coming In. Ct)Ua
la aendlng many thlnsi, at laj
price. luteal lettuce sella f kai '
radishes sc. ontoaa (e; California
tuce lOe bead, aaparsgus 10c to 11 y.
Meslcan tomatoes 1W pound.
KI)l'R A Nil FEEIV-UttU tu
In flour; selling down to IS Ht M
bringing about 15.60; sorossilHi'
14 SO In faad tha tendaocr II
ward. .. Dran com mania 13 a J
14. ahorta 2 to f 25. rollet Htr ;
30, proceee barley 131. asolt an )
$29, cracked corn ISO.
WHEAT Prices In the kxsl w
ket shown advaaca of It te k t" .
buahel. Chicago and Banters awtKi
are lower. Holdera here watt us
price and tha local price Is le a) b,
above the exporting price. Local
rs are paving 85o to 90c tb kaatl ,
HAT IV Very weak and ItlOe e I
mand. TU fa who have It whan K i
not well prT(lcted want to let so, (Sat
ing tba prf to gradually setUswi
lower lavakf Clover M to I0, oat Ur 1
111 to fjt, timothy f IS snd 111 Altt
fa commstis f IS to 120. ,
OATS lalers buying for ships
to meet the.demand In the cities. TV
Ing gray 125. white 125.60 to I
that tha market la weak snf
BUTTER Very weag an cosstn
only commanding from 10c to Be
creamery always stiff snd coma
Ing SOo to.JSo now. Ths Ponw
market la ;only paring frors lljJJ
lflo, Choic dslry will brlsg m"
JOo 4o 26c .i .,.
EGOS PrlAs about tha ssw
demand alf it equalling lb W
Quotation at lc doxen.
Pftirf.TUf Vrlraa are somtwW
higher- sndl demsnd good. HM
bring lc. JQ.Iters 120. yoo"l ?
and mixed Sfelcns 13o to Its.
ing dolor 14 hUr to1-
MEAT81 Veal, dressed. Is brWW
IA. n Mr, Vui Mr, and 100. WltS
big demand for mutton that sujiiji
fluctuate according to what Is
VTITTirfia laaan (at ntll flff. tall' fi "
niuno fiTjnu w - . Ma
dry hides llo to 14c, sheep P"
to 76o each.
WOOL Brings lo to 19c
mohair 280 to tOo.
nnmn ranrrH Evsporsted sppw
60 and 7c, sun dried id, prunes "
8ALT Belling COc lo 78o to
10 lb. aack, half grovni '
100 lb. sacks. .
It Wouldn't Pay to Advertise
A Poor Article
Nor a proposition of doubtful merit or lionssty for ad-res
nowsdsys, ara DISCRIMINATING. Thsy knovy vsluss-thsy ks
GENUINE thlnos, genuine epportunltlae.
Any article which can be sold by advertising la, by that test. I
GOOD article.- YOU are eafe In buying a thing which hss "at"
the fire ef publicity."
The maker of a widely advertised article, or eommodlty, Is
vsy, an trial for hla bualneas life. Hs ssnnot shirk, nor shsps
product-and this Is tha beat possible proteetlon for ths aonsumtr.
You are SAFE In buying advertleed thlnga-lfs the Kflla ?
nowsdsys bualneas oondltlona. ir