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' MORNING ENTERPRISE, THURSDAY, 'APRIL 6, 1911.
' OREGON CUT, OMCOIf
E. t. BKODIC. editor and Publisher.
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vary t, lt!l, at the poet erllce at 0to
city, ureson. under toe Act M Msrea
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" LAcalf leo 'par Itna; to regular' adrer-
neers ao line.
-' Wanta for Rale. To Rant. ate., ana
ant a word ftrat Insertion one-half sent
, earn additional.
Rates for advertising In tba Waakly
Kntarprtaa will ba tha same aa In the
daily, for sdvertleements art eepvcisJIy
for tha waakly. Wtiere tha advertisement
'la transferred from tha dally, to tha weak
ty. without change, the rate will be Se
aa toeh for rua of tha paper, and 10o aa
Inch for apaclal poettloo.
Cash ahould aecompany order where
party la unknown In business office of
the Enterprise. ,
' Legal adrartlalnc at tori adTertUtnf
Ctrcua adrartlalnir sad apaclal transient
aavertisina at :ao to Me an men, accord
tea to. apodal condltlona governing the
family, of Stafford; Ifr. ud Mr. Mike
Gross, of Oregon City; Herbert Turner I
and family, Chaa. Turner and family, I
and Smith Turner and family, of Staf
ford; John Turner and family, of Wil
Tha dy waa aa happily apent aa It
could bo ao near to tke dmlao of the
loving- mother. A visit waa mad to I
tha rrara and flower atrowa In re
membrance of tba Ioto wnlcu waa once
given aa homage to on all loved ao I
Irish Colleens Come to Show
v How "to Make Laces and Rugs
Tire Sale and Bankrupt Bale" adrer
. tteemeata Me Inch ftrat insert ton; addl-
tloaal teaertloBa aame matter Jto Inch.
' New Item and well writ en artlole
or merit, with Interest to local readers,
wtH be g tatty aeceptad. Rejected menu
. aartpta never returned unlaae aooompaLB
tea by atamoa to prepay poatace. - -
' CITY OFFICIAL NEW8PAPCR.
April 6 In American History.
JSG2 General Albeit Bldnry Johnston
, Confederate rommander In tti
f- weal, killed la the attack on
, , Grant' line at Shlloh; born 1903
.l Beginning of tb battl of Shllob
Tenn. (, -.
, 1800 Flrat po of tb Grand Army ol
r tb Republic organised at Decatur
" -v in. ' ' ' i
. 1899 Obsequies at ArWgton cemetery
" t honor tb remains "of aoidiera
who died In Cuba and Porto Rico.
1900 Commander Hobert E. Peary. V
, & N., reached tb north pole.
- ? ASTRONOMICAL EVENTS.
' (From noon today to noon tomorrow..
Eon sets 0.20, rise 529; moon set?
S21 a. nv
Damascus Haa Amumnt Club.
Reallilng that In order to mak
young peopl enjoy and prefer country
home and country life, good amuse
menta mutt be provided for their
-With thla thought In mind th pea-
pie of Damaacua hav organised an
amateur athletic club.
The specious halt of J. C. Elliott af
ford a very comfortable horn for th
club, It being equipped with excellent
lights and furnishings of all sort.
The club room has been furnished
with trapes. . turning bars, rings,
ropes, mats and all the paraphernalia
necessary for good athletic work.
Basket hall, club swinging, wands,
dumb bells, drills, marching, singing,
are some of th amusements for th
A very auitable play ground had
been secured for out door sports
which Ilea only a short distance from
th club room: the ground will be di
vided Into base ball grounds, basket
ball, tennis courts, croquet grounds
and any other out door sport which Is
found to be enjoyable.
Forty members hav been enrolled
with number of applications pendlM
Excellent programs will . be. . fffr-
nished by th commute on entertain
ment, the dat for the next entertain
ment being set for tha evening of Ap
ill St. 1911. at S o'clock. Some ex
hibit of th athletic work will be r
sented also a' comedy entitled "tha
Croat Cataatrophy." .
Ladles attending are requested to
bring baskets of lunch which will ba
sold for tha benefit of the club; gen
tlemen are requested . to bring well
Tha club will welcome aa members
any parties Interested In such work.
Further particular can ba obtained
by writing to U H. Young, president.
or Mr. Rose Laye, secretary ana
treasurer. Boring, Ore.. R. F. D. No. X
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FAMILY HOLD REUNION
f AT-OIJ) HOME SUNDAY
FATHER, NOW A WIDOWER, WILL
. VISIT SON AT DAYTON, WASH,
FOR. SOME TIME.
..Tb aona and daughters of T. I
Turner, of Stafford, with their fami
lies, met at the old home at Stafford
' Sunday for a last reunion before the
father goes to tba home of a son In
Dayton, Wash., for a long visit tha
''mother of tha children having died a
, short time ago and tha home not likely
to be tha aama from this time on. The
' Stafford home was the childhood home
. of tha children now grown.
-' Those present on tha occasion were
1 Mr. and Mrs. S. R. Seeley, of Wood
burn; Mr. and Mrs. Fred Ellicker and
family, of Stafford; Albert Turner and
Silver Wedding Celebrated.
The friends and neighbors of Mr.
and Mrs. Theodore Schmidt met at
their home on the evening of April
helping them to celebrate tha Z5th
anniversary of their wedding day.
A moat enjoyable evening was spent
In singing, music and games.
A delicious lunch waa served con
sisting of all tha dainties of the sea
Those present' were Mr. and Mrs.
Tbeo. Schmidt, Mr. and Mrs. W: I
Stevenson, Mrs. O. C. Nichols, Mr. and
Mr. U H. Young, Mr. and Mr. H. O.
Lave, Mr. and Mrs. Brodle, Miss Lil
lian Young. Mr. Wllbert Brodle, Mr.
Rudolph Schmidt, Mrs. Sybil Fry. Mr.
Raleigh Searle, Mr. John Laye, Mar
At a late hour the guest departed
hoping to return for the Golden Wed
ding. - -
Copyright by American' Preea Aaooclatlon,
OUR pretty Irish girts bar Just arrived la rh United Btatea to shew
us bow to make lace, wav ruga and do embroidery, rut work and
' leather carving. Incidentally they will give an exhibition of personal
pulchritude that will be worth seeing, for these colleens ara nndenla-
bly beautiful, and they will be aa Interesting and aa attractive aa the work
they do. Tbe girls were brought from Ireland by th Gaelic league, and tbey
are to visit all th large cities In this country. In the picture printed above
the jcolleon& reading from left to right, are Bridget McLaughlin, Marian J.
O'Bbea, Eileen. Noone itnd Bridget (Juinn. Miss O'Sbea la la charge of tha
party, and she In the cue who describe the wonder of handlers ft that tha
other turn out. Tbey are not a bit vain of tbelr beauty, but tbey show con
siderable pride In their craftsmanship. They bop to prove by exhibiting tbelr
work that It would lie better for girls to revive the snclent arts snd crafts
of Ireland titan to wear out their live over machine In dingy factories. Col.
leen Qulnn Is an ex;ert lacemaker, and she caa describe aa well aa con
struct the Irish crochet. I.tmertck. and Carrtexma cross varieties. Colleen
McLaughlin weave ru-.m, some of those ahe produce requiring a 'month In
tbe loom to went a square yard. Eileen Noone doe th. embroidery and
leather work, and during her spare momenta ahe turns out oil painting that
correctly reproduce tbe beautiful Irish landscape. Tb gtrla say tbey are
not militant suffragette, and all but Mlaa Noone said they had no deal re to
rote. Mis Noone said she would Uk to bar th ballot, and, sh added. "I
don't bellev the women would mak any . worn ate of politic than tb
men have." She expreesed surprise at th height of jaw York's skyscraper
and said sh would ba afraid te go ta tb top of them.
UPWARD OF 60 YEARS
SIKCE SISTERS MET
MRS. SARAH STOCKHAM COMES
WEST FROM KANSAS CITY
Mrs, Sarah Stockham' arrived. In
Oregon City on Tuesday from Kanaas
City, Mo., and la visiting at th home
of her sister, Mrs. Ann Jaggur,
whom sh has not seen sine Hi latter
waa on a trip East In tb year of 1H93.
Mr. Stockham will also visit with her
other sister In this city, Mrs. Emma
McDonald, and whom ah haa not soen
for 80 year. Upon th arrival of Mrs.
8tockham Tuesday th three sisters
met at the home of Mr. Jaggar's
daughter, Mr. Minnie Vonderahe,
where tha afternoon waa spent plena
antly In telling of past experiences.
Mrs. Stockham will remain in ure-
gon City for some time, and aha la
delighted with tba climate and scenery
POSTMISTRESS AT OAK GROVE.
WA8HINQTON. April (Speclall
Mr. Julia Holt has been appointed
postmistress at Oak drove. Clackamas
county, Oregon, vie F. A. van oro
atrand, who resigned In March. .
-Arc You A Money Saver?
Meat every en aspect 1 ba a nny avp am time
Soma pt ta av whan their Inoem I rari ami
say when their espens ara Us. r Ba
Fsopl who wait until hy an sav without effort
av; thy wak up aama day tilled with regrets becauea ! iL 9'"
tunltle thy hav mlased. -. . paof.
Th morl lat Bagta regular aavlng at thla bank Now.
th Income, mak tha eutge a Uttl lesa and sav th airfaL atvr
It's a slmpi matter to atari a aavlnga account her.
The Bank of Oregon City "
tt C. LATOURETTl Prldeut f. J. METcjl CatS
THE FIRST NATIONAL BAM
. ol OREGON CITY, OREGON
' . CAPITAU IW.OOOOu
t rnsU a 0nrl tanking ustneaa
Open f rw a. m, B
Brotherhood Sermon Sunday Evening.
ctunaay evening at tb Congrega
tional church will ba given over to a
Brotherhood service, at which time the
members of tha Congregational Broth
erhood will be Invited to attend In a
body and listen to a sermon special to
the occalson. Rev. Nyland, of Fort
land, will occupy tha pulpft at that
time. All brotherhood men and thoee
who have an Intereat la tha work are
Invited to be present
SCHOOL GIRLS OF CANEMAH
Serenade Mr. -and Mrs. Samuel Stev
ensRefreshments and Music
Mr? and Mrs. Samuel Steven were
serenaded by the gtrla of the Canemah
school on Tuesday night at the home
of Mrs. Jennie Bingman, where Mr.
and Mrs. Steven are making tbelr
home. Mr. Stevens Is clerk of the
Canemah school board, and the young
ladles took thla opportunity of show
Ing their appreciation for tbe past
The serenader were invited in, and
were served refreshments, the even
ing being spent in music. After ex
tending the newly-weds their congratu-
lat Ions and best wishes, tba young
GRADED 8. 8. UNION.
Officer Chosen and Work Manned
Out for Thos Who Are Interacted
The Oregon City Graded Union
elected tba following officer at Ita
meeting laat week at the Presbyterian
church: President, Miss Alma Moore;
secretary, Mre. 8. P. Davis; Junior
vice president. Mrs. Frank Moore; pri
mary vie president. Miss Florence
White; beginner Tied president, Mrs.
Mra. Fred Olmatead waa appointed
to prepare a pennant for the State
Sunday school convention, to ba held
Tbe Union will meet qvery Friday
afternoon at S o'clock at the Presby
terian church during April. Intereat
In thla work la Increasing and all
teachers ahould attend.
Julia Maxwell to Claudlna M. 8teph
on, IS acres of section 17, township
south, range T eaat; 50O,
Paul Boaa t al'to O. W. Hodaon
land la aectlon 1. township I south
range 1 east; f 1000.
Paul Doss at a to C. W. Hodaon
land In section 1, township S south
range 1 eaat; ft.
a and Katie E. Glldner to R, F
Hunt, lota S to 39, inclusive In block
7. Hyde Park. Clackamas County; lec
tion 17, township 1 south, range
eaat: 110. ' -
Ellen M. Rockwood to Jamea and
Martha Neeley, lot tl. Rockwood
Acres: 11000. ...
Joseph H. and Fotllla D. Colt to T
J. Bernard, 40 acre of aectlon 14,
township south, range 8 east; 16500
. A. La 8nll et al to George Scbeer,
lota S. 6. block 4. Canby; 11200. -
Charlea E. Meldrum and Ethel L
Meldrum to P. O. and Fannie II. Wan-
blad. part of D. U C. of Peter M
Rlnaaraon and wife, township t south,
rang i eaat: 11060.
Jane.Raker to William Mumpower,
part of William Arthur and wir D.
U C: 1100.
Gladstone Real Estate Association
to Mary F. Croea, lota 9. 10. 11, 1. IS.
and part of 14. block 9S: lota S. S, 4,
B. part of 1 of block 94; tt.
John P. and Mary B. Elston to
Charlea Howard Elston, lota 9. 10. 11.
block 38, Oregon Iron A Steel Cora-
oanv'a First Addition to Oswego; 1
W. L. Wllklns et al.. to A. Malar,
land In aectlon 39, township I south.
range 6 east: II ,
Joseph F. Stuedeman to Helena
8tuedeman, 40 H acres of aectlon 85,
township 3 south, rang 3 eaat; liooo.
Adiei L vidatrand ana gopnie wia
atrand to Trustees of Scandinavian
Lutheran Church, tract of land la aec
Read the Morning Enterprise.
Do We tef
Sit H. r
Dr. C W.
Diacss Dua to
UTY TO THE AMERICAN WOMAN REQUIRES. ar.Tinw ta
REDUCE THE 630,000 DEATHS PER YEAR IN THIS COUN.
TRY-42 PER CENT OF THE 100.000 TOTAL WHICH ARE
DUE TO PREVENTABLE CAUSES.
Eecall that about 35,000 of these human sacrificrs ore due to that
easily PREVENTABLE DISEASE TYPHOID FEVER. Re
call that our typhoid death rate ia about 46.5 cr 100,000 inhabitants,
tliat o( Germany 6.3 and that of Switzerland 4.80 per 100,000. Thia
means that we American men permit our country to bo about SEVEN"
TIMES AS DIRTY AS GERMANY AXiV TEN TIMES AS
.DIRTY AS SWITZERLAND. And beside these 35,000 deaths
there are each year abont 300,000 persona who contract typhoid.
Recall that each year we bufj about 150,000 of our fellow citizens
' who die from tuberculosis. " . .
Each yet- we hare ever 1,500,000 caws of malaria and over, 12,'
000 deaths from this disease. We bury 15,000 to 30.000 persons
v from DlrllTIIERIA, "6,000 from BUARLET FEVER . and 10,000
.from wno'opiNO couon, , , ' .
Is, the real trouble in this'eountry tfiat not enough children are
born in a.ny class or that too many are permitfed to die in all clae-e
Is it RACE SUICIDE by the women or RACK SLAUGHTER
ly the mcnt ' What real encourappmont ia there to the American
mother to bear more children when the American father permits our
country to U so behind .the advancn in, aojence that we SACRIFICE
jOVER HALF 'A MILLION ? AMERICAN" LIVES TER YEAR
ffoN preventable:1 causes? . ' :: 4- ";
The Kind That
Our New Steel Die Embossing
Machine IS THE THING
In the front rank of the
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Wa da geneVal repairing. fkin machinery made ta do B
wwrn se nw. ftxpvni wiiq gaaonne engines.
Phones: Main MM. Home 191. (
f i 10 FOURTH tTRKIT ORIQON CITY.
REDUCTION Or. DENTAL PRICE8
DuHng the nest month beginning April wa are aolna to ole
a discount an all Dental Work where the kill amounts to Ten rw
la re or mora. This will ba a splendid opportunity for theee
- have bean waiting ta have their denUI work dona. You will ktZ
ta make arrangements early ta get an appointment- The meet it
April la a dull month, but wa propose ta make It a lively one. tkI
work will ba the beet and wa guarantee tha aama. Our best ass
antee la our so years' successful practice In Oregon City. .
DR. L. L. PICKENS DR. G. A. BROWN
Pacific ttatea Welnhare)
.Phone W1. Bldg.
linns 10. 11. township ft south, ranpe
Charlxs K. and Mra. C. E. Duma to
John W. Loder. lot 6 ol block 4, lot 1,
block 6. Oreenpolnt; $1.
John J. and Mary B. llattan to Gor
don E. Hayes, par of Horace linker
claim No. 64, township's south, raufe
) east; i.
Heart to Heart
y EDWIN A. rfYt
ovcr tie raoNc
tig III ye.rIJ Alunxti Cuuiuilnas of
Terra lliauie. Iul. whs hurrying to
a'hMl abtii I lie Hior lsl waa struck
djwu liy it nlri'rt rar.
Tuk-n l a husiial. It was discover
ed tUiil his arm wa budly maabM
and that amputation would ba tiet-es-
Just before he touk tbe anaesthetic
tor the operation Alouao asked to ba
allowed to say a prayer ba bad been
taught la Sunday school.
And so while tbe aura-eons waited
and tbe nursee bowed tbelr tearful
faces tba little fellow recited to Ita
amen the petition ba bad learned.
Tbeo, turning to tba nurses with a
smiling face, tba boy aald;
"Now I'm ready."
An affecting Incident surely. . But
why and bow waa It? , Why tha cnlld'a
strengthened spirit? Whence came
tba light oo bla facet Waa It merely
tba "reflex Influence" of bla prayer,
tba reaction from a mental attitude?
Somehow that does not oiplalu.
It lacks something.
There waa tha great Lao Tolstoy. Ia
his last Interview with bla niece, re
cently published, ba waa aakedwhat
to him waa tbe greatest thing lu tba
world. Answering, ba aald In aub-
"Tba most wonderful thing la prayer
tha fact that mortals rosy make a
close connection with- the spiritual
Ia It not so?
If one may by means of some mye
terfana telephone call up and talk with
spiritual personalities, is It not won
derful Incomparably mora wonderful
than any wireless telegraph?
Not that 'every r mumbled ritual or
verbal recital la a prayer. Most of
them ara not Soma of tbem ara llttU
loss than blasphemy. Tha poet says
Prayer la the soul's alneare dealre
Untitle red or expressed.
Tba cry of tba publican, "Qod ba
merciful to me, a ataner,",, wan a
prayer, while tba verbose recital of tba
Pharisee waa merely a public re
hearsal. Tyndall prayer testa?
Bay what you will, la It not natural
that In a crista tha bomno spirit should
call up Its kin? ,
Simply becense your spiritual termi
nal fact II ties may ba poor bow do you
know that Alonao Cummlngs' message
was not heard at tba other end of the
' Oregon City Markets.' "
Marketa, aa a general thing, ara
slowly moving downwards. Put 4
thla cjunea from tba fact that Um in
crop of certain fomta la being kr4,
ad In tha southlands, other ton
mooatlea will soon be auppUatoTai
new crops, or ara losing the Z
quail Use that tbey possess and tm
tha price to fall. Thus, tailac tu
market aa a whole, there la u eutar
off In prices and In some caaet 1 a
APPLK8 Good stork Is ecarettsl
high, prlcea ranging from 11 to U
lineal stock Is nearly gone aat us
Hood River product la redueedtoi
few varieties. w good apploi in)
len In tha local market.
POTATOES Market Is a -flUls of
from last report. In demand If sot k
price. Real good potatoes are tout
and bring l to f 1.20. while seel pn
duct commanda 75a to a II. That
ara not enough being offered to ika
la quantities. Ban Kranciaoo nark
la off ISO a hundred, JO cars arrtrt ,
In one day and demoralliloglks aa
ket. Jcal stock pretty well mart
edl A few with choice stock aoU
for a rise, '
VEOKTAMUCS Utile ekaaga tn
last report onions are a Utile stlfta
In prloa but other vegetables raswa
about tba aama. Onions IVfca, tsnia) .
and carrota 78a to fl aack, pamlutt
to $ 1.2S aack. cabbage 3c poaai Kef
vegetablea are coming In. Caltfonk
Is aendlng many tblnga, at I list
price. lxicaJ lettuce sella k bwa, ,
radlahea fa, onions tes, Callforeli la
tuca lOo head, asparagus 10c la UHt
Mailcaa tomatoes lOo pound.
rLOlTR AND FEED Uttla ckun
In flour: selling down to IS wltk M
bringing about 5J0; some as knrai
11.60. In feed tha tendency It 9
ward. Dran commands 3
124, ahorU 14 to II, rolled Mrkf
$30.. process barley UlwhoU an
2, cracked corn ISO.
n I Ill II. IWM w
kat show aa. advance of la ta K t
baahal. Chicago and Baatera aurketi
ara lower. Holdera here want Oat
price and tha local price Is ie to M
above tha export! a g price. Local
ara ara paying aa to 0c tbe DuiM-
tr AT la varv weak and lltOa - -
Biand. Thoaa who have It wker
not well protected want to let go, gat
ing tba prica to gradually settle to 1
lower level. Clover IS to f 10. eat W '
U to 111, timothy $15 and 111 aw
fa commanda $11 to $20.
OATS Dealers buying for tblpeHBt
to meat tha demand In tbe eltUs. TV-
lug gray $26, whlta $25.60 w $1.
that tha market la weak and aanti
factory. BUTT BR Very west and oooaW
only commanding from 10c to IW
creamery alwaye atlff and eomnuat
Ing lOo to 150 now. Tha P""
market la only paying from U
16a Cbolca dairy will bring !
too to 15c. ' '
EOQ8 Prlcea about tha asms wto
demand about equalling tbe P'i-
Quotation at 19o dosen.
POULTRY Prlcea ara n,'
higher and tha demand good. Baw
bring lOo, roostera 12o. 7
and mlied chlckena 13o to 16 now
Ing doing In larger fowla. ,
' MB ATS Veal, dressed, la brlnflnl
lOo to lie, hogs 10 anff-lOCr!
big demand for muttoa t"'?!!
fluctuata according to what H ofarw-
m ..ni4 Iters Kl
niuu-a urvea 00 jrv---.
dry bldea llo to 14c, sheep ra vH
to 76o each; N
WOOL-ifrrBga lo to He Pw .
mohair llo to too. ' . - -. I
npnrm anmTt4-.Bvaporated IP?-"
6o and 7o, nun dried 6, prun- w
ait m-nim aiA tn fSO'for
10 lb, aack. half ground 40fl 7
100 lb. aaeka.
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