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" 'ilORXIXO EKrEitPmaE, SUNDAY. 'A PHIL 9. WH.
j Hn i7r'& rwc44 by t Boys-
WUlnHUt aaeaabera wul
ckmrch U a body. Twr I PASTE
Jora la this aervtc-!
ASSIGNEES WILL RECEIVE BID
FOR THE PROPERTY UP TO
THE DATE Of SALE.
OPOUTD) AT LOSS T02 S0nb&
New CUcUmj lovttfm Raity
Wdl Make it Pse.bio I aWld
lip '9 aWaioese
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YOUR HO tC BOOK.
All of tb property of tbe Oregoa
Ciiy Lumber A MBf-(arLc Co. Is
to b aofd hy J. W. Mogatt atd J. J. !
f'uoke. aaaigaeet. bo wlM receive
1 bids op to nn of Thursday. April 24. j
The proi-rt Bill I sold ta tare,
parrlt. !tk equity is the macaiaery J
parrbaard from tb Northern Califor- '
cu Co. tbe property covered by
rhtl mortgage held by tbe First ;
National Bank of Orna Cut. and tbe
property oa which there Is no lacum-.
hranc. It Is eiierted that tbe final .
sale will be followed by a readjust-.
meat of tbe concern's affairs and that j
tbe purcbaaera will buy t'h a view .
to en Bins: operations at th plant, t yt straVbL
which baa not turned a wheel In more t aiwajs hard to tell -wTSarTo'd
than a year. "with tbe haud. Tbe naierai way. I
Tbe Oregon City Uiber Mno- . tbecu hanging at the side, of
factoring Co. itucceeded tbe Oregon . . . f . ,
m. uiii t l .. . v-k ! ' ' -
at I w r-t,w rA. i lu
pie. Tbe business was conducted for
a year or so vltbovt profit, and finally
-the Bffhn tnteresta took bold and ad
ded the sawmill machinery at Alls-
pacKb to be modern planing mill '
' 1 m lit
A GraWit CaA.
rracUi-allt erj tvub alkt as
J, ra foe r.c- ,
'; A tail auoui for aanse rrr sraika
aawre ftiuartt Ihaa a b4-t Uer ;
eiW v tmSrr aa4 Ui;m aowte frwo
side to' Siuir.
I ir a-rirnj tus t at yoor
feel, bat buhl your Unad writ ( ta tbe
air Ijo t fa3e A ll'.xie thausbifal
aws aod lottkf la itch trpf't'j wUl
S-k-o hrrak iJa f lb s D;J babtt
I t U-. l tuor bs a al the al-t aa- '
dVr line iuiiimukJuai that Jam arv tbrre
by mgliiuj rrertly It iUn the
Ivmarb furaard and a tUmW a
Itaaik-al l craae aa row ml sbu;ilrr
Iiwa't a!k yuuiwtf a '
toed" ttat la. sttk tbe tvtm fsrunl la j
And tu bare tbrts (toed tv tbe
)W a far a tbe al litte snj I bee y
tent In at tbe elbow I not only a & .
an! la ltef. but eietate the snoel
ders In tbe na anlorely way. Tbrre
fvre tomt women try t late the,
dJSmlty by can-Tine aofwtbinc.
T lor- CTwtea awsaaer atoara
X Im was asaAe Harry 8t
ey at tW Ataiet-w la
waesi be pUfrrev IM has."
TW Kre4 d.aae tkrww f
feet S lecea was auadV t.y
KbrUMai 1 -aae. aww a aartutwr
of tbe Kraoitya Natk-aaU. at
ItaSajult. tVt 11 19hV
Tb rreateH aauttrc otKaaars
Htrbed la a aiist were mrrrw
ty tsrw by KaJ boa re Of l"r ;
dew la lc4
arre -thb:( was Brvl ae
bf Artbor wmsnr in...lT't
CKerbaed twlrtiaa? a autbor
bej la iss.
ttrr Bk hit rame In Uixtury of
raae wa Uyr0a luoa. XI k n .
Aac IT. ITS. Ivtwera tbe JSt.,
IMaa eeUa aad tbe Cxv rlah of
IVtroiL J.na tUh ta it bed fi
Tbe rvrrt t-T tite lMn. Y
rae Is tbirtylan annate. J.
4ayed tv-ja. 17 7VJ tietaeen
Atiaata aaj MoUie leans at At
lanta. Full aioe liaiacv
Tbe rreateM aunlrr if
rea la a eana) wa t;STT.' la
l: t-f the fbk-BX? Nt)nal
wben they carftml 11: rawt.V
Tbe stnkenat rerwrj f.-c a
aua Is bettl by Waller Jlian
of tbe Wabltir?o. thai 313
made by him last year.
ilhaa bwl! tbe' rer
rd ftie - ttwm .
J ie, w waa uriinq i
tbe bat IMdayawtUftit a letap. I
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STARS MUST MAKE GOOD.
Faa Witt Watch Career sf WallM
and Chase la the Managerial Raiea.
plant at Oreson City. Tbe mill atarted dlSouIty by carrrlnc aonrthtts. ; ." , " '
with anoarentlT alowlBe nroSDerts. bnt r"
the .Tnena. of tomina and th. difflrtil- - - . - ; who wJl I ttader r.A M rulluy IbU
te o holdin. lora waa a bearr Item. . CM rT" rTm, ' "- " U Ibrlr Brt el
aad finally tbe rompaay rot Into flaaa- " w 1 T . " tri,-t at tbe brad ,f a nur Irarua
rial trooble. and tba.plant was shot j " oa" ln WU"CT team tnmr !ll be uld,rattr Inter
down, a brother of President Bhn ,a crT'1 lB rx" w est la tbe showing ibrlr reie.tlte
cam out from the East and si tempted ; meana r two enunary mm jars, as 'teams will uiake.
reorganization Goaraateed ( per' tor rety or dwkmb. tnw , Wallace na I orally baa the belter of
reat preferred stock wassaoad to tne no wen ami are rreae roi on ineir i cbaae lu that be will ot I Manie.1
rredJtors, bat affairs d nit ed alone cn- j atesna. plac tb petaat aad at etna la if tbe Brown faU to jet out of Ut
til a anon uaae ao.aara Mr weaaeti. ; tb Jar and pear rr tbem aa eqnai place, fur do on etperts
aa r tiina uhujvt bh, - i. w i mrww
aad pot ap a rbeck for for .tbe
porcaaa or ia saar arc tana im t .... .
tb Bd haa been screwed ew tb row- ,
him to do
I wuajiuiy m iwaum. tswnu BiorQ more , Bat with tT)a It 1 dT-
taL tb Jar VtfGj leav atmoat a tbiro ferent. He N taking bold of a tram
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I I FOR STREET WEAR. j
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htrh tx ataaaVs ta tb aorta end of
Orecw Oty eat ta rivar. Tfc grocstd
at m by tb Crow a-CojamUa PaJp
A Paper Co- wbarfc rrfaaed to malre
a aa ior HI.-, wiirk wxraid late
Vrft til for t creAtrars, ad tbe
A! waj ot aa Mr WesxeU OcSaed
ia nyerate tt plast oa )ead t-'wmi.
Tbe TVat JCanowal Bank baa a c&artel
aburafa far I ".- mxA tb Panne
JttfcaTy Co, SeautOe. baa a claim
Tber are aaary
'Art tb eoajKrneiioa of tb Ock
am frrWi Ramsay tno tb im
rsjs timber bel of Cia Laaoaa coun
ty tfc jiaJK coJ4 no dowbt be operated
at a profit, abd it hi bU-red tb prop
erty will b acquired by lomtT men
wbo win arrase to reaame operarioes-
BRIDGE PARTY GIYDI
AT EASTHAI1 HOME
A VERY PLEASANT SOCIAL AFTER
NOON IN WHICH CONGENIAL
FRIENDS PARTICIPATE. VN
Crae of the fxrlal erents of tn- w-k
au ik brMit party rw cm a
orday aernoon by Mr. o. W. Eaat
bam at ber bom m Eleventh and
John Adams streets. Tbe rooms were
rery artlstirally decorated for the oc
casion with Oreron rrape, Uurestine
and Scotch bloom. Th prizes were
won by Miaa Kaanie Porter and Mrs.
Unwood Jones, frarina tb alc-rr.oon
a lanCheon was served.
Pollowlnc were present: Mrs. E. T.
Fields. Mrs Mas Bollack. Mrs. C. D
Latourette. Mrs. A. U Beatle. Mra.
Nieta Barlow Lawrence. Mrs. L U
Pickens Mrs. U E. Jones, Mrs. Looia
Ierlncer, of Bakei; Mra. W. S. I' Ren
Mrs M D. IUiBiftte, Mrs. H. E.
Straight. Mm. Va, J Pratt. Mrs. Or
tmde ltha!te. Mrs. P. T Griffith;
of Portland; Mra. C. G. Hunt ley. Mrs
Emll Simpler, of Portland; Mr. John
Lwthwalte. Mrs. A. B. Eaxtham, of
Vancouver, Wash.; Mrs. J. H. Walker.
Mrs. J. N. Wlsner, Mra. Kat Wlsner
McOluskey, of Chlcafjo; . MH- ftrsiC
foi:fr. 'Mlas Kat Porter. Miss CIh
Barclay Pratt, Mlsa Nell Canfield.
PALM SUNDAY SERVICES.
Special Music and Exerciaaa at tha
Baptist Church Naxt Sabbath.
Palm Sunday will be observed at the
Baptist church next Sunday. The
choir will sing Palm Sunday ntialc
and Pastor Hayworth will preach
sermon In the morning on the "Tii
omphs of CtirltianltT In the even
ing the eervtce will be tor tbe special
benefit of the Woodman orders. The
Modern Woodmen will come In a body
and special invitations have been sent
personally to the members of the
Woodman of the World.
WUIamett Juvenile band will
ecomPMiy tha Modern Woodmen
from tha hall to the church. An elab
orate program of muale la being pre
pared for the evening servlc and
Rer. 8. A. Hayworth will deliver a
apecUl eermon entitled. "Woodman
Spare That Tree."
togetber. Tbea aet tb Jar ootsM or
a wiadow or ta aean cool and route
lest piacc aa ewery day tt most b
geotty sbakr aad tb top moored for
Jaat long eaovrb for a very Uttl freab j
air ta toocb tb contents, wbea tbe
roa aad violet lea res are perfectly j
broww in corameai win aare abaor&
ed tbeir odor, aad tbe entire mixture
may b trajarferred t aa omaaaental
potpourri Jar or aaed for vartooa aorta
of eacbeta. '
The Papraiva Fac.
Tb most expressive fac ta not on
which wrUbra or agonizes with every ,
sorrow fui feeling or twUti aad qa!rms
with every amosing altoatloo It is
rather tb on woicb retalia a cairn
exterior while th atrocgest etnwtluns
of the son! play upon It with tbeir
Ugbta and aaadowa.
Tb face sboold be th smooth cur
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MM VH W U. B UV UWn C A U I LAI IX 1 L j
vartooa pirtores witLoot dintarblng it'
not tbe stage ahlrb rtxiolre tbe sbift-
lug of ereoery fur every act, ' . .
Tbe reason why ao many beautiful 1
face are to be found In 4 convent Is. '
In a great measnr. doe to the dally '
habit of compuaing tbe features In
long boars of meditation and prayer.
rnmarred by contending mat Woe, the
featarea Crt-gradually "inoraedTnfd
harmonlotM outline. Train your fea
ture to composure and . void all grl
uM.iua mwfm. i
WANTED You to know tbat the En
trris Job prlnUng department Is
tbe moat complete In tbe State,
outalde Portland. Try jt for your
neit printing. ' ""
antra rationo son.
If yon cootemplat ordering a
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Bv CXmintKT R MRA A IT
C-frrlhl br America a rrr A-i-laIMn,
tlerald llrlrt, tlewrg Tladal d
( er byaow friend It la nwt vflra ,
tbat lure ratin tuie liiai-paraW. :
fur two ar liable I pull lugi'tlier. i
i leaving lb third ut la lh cold .Our
icaae waa an excrlillon. ,eelihelit
ur trio was broken up, not by another
mau. but ny a woman. iue vaiu v :
taeeu Gerald and George dlm lly, thru .
! bet ecu lb two of tbviu and ma In-
.. dlrei-tly. . .
line evening I gX a telephon luea !
' sag from liimM a .king me lo meet ,
hlui aud ;n.rv at the gymnasium al
10 o'rka-k He said they were tu have i
a fctx-lng ttiait b and wlalnil me t l
umiar At tbat hour v.e would 1
alone U beu I got Ibcre. lti4ral of
Bmtlng tbe tt loHbrr, Gerald met (
me and aald Geurge Would Joit us In ,
a few nituiKr Meana hl.V Gerald put
. on a tuamk, tuuk-up a fail and aniu.ned .
blmaWf atabbiug I he wall ITrwully
Georg catue In I noliird be didn't
look at or aav anttblug lu lierald.
but'gol ready at wot for the luatru
ftefur taking hIIUo fttiei (.til live
tita of tbeir folia umle'r'uiy ne and
"Take not Ire of tne folia, thnry
Ther waa an arvtdent al the ; i
AlhiHk: lub lb other day with Mia. j
Tb button of te waa snapped off
and a man got hurt Afterward It
was (-barged Ibapth man. who held ,
tbe foil 'urHely used on without (
a button "
G oa." I replied. "Th but loos on ,
the fulls wou't com off. Ill jiuaraa-1
Tbey art to, and I he way tbry fcuc-
ed. ronfra. puuled tti. Nell ber '
accrued to I trying lo pluk lb other.
Neither tmke lo tb other. They
seemed to be fencing agalual tjnie.
Ob. get a nMv on you. I aald. "I
don't roKM lo sit her watching you
two fellows go to Bleep "
"Go gel tu a glaaa of water." aald
George.' "My threat's dry as parched
I went to lb coiiler and brought
btm a glaaa of water., didn't turn
my hack on them any lancer than net--
eaaary fV draw tb water, but when I
turned and went back to them they
both looked ronartooa.
"Been stealing aomwhlngT I re
Ther was no reply from either
street drrae conldr Well (h features
of tb new tailored frocks tbsl ar b
lng shown by thua wbo cater to ad
vanced Uatra In favhlon .Not it tbe 1 George very politely pflTered th glass
snort news of the coats, many of wbl b ! 10 raia. mi thantea mm -very
are sloped from tb froot aftrt tbe
! manner of a cata way coat. Large bnt
collars ar mor ampl
much" and declined Komebow It
a truck m that there waa aometblng
-tw. or ibreer perb.,-1 ov will r """"I' ,nU Mlwmm between tb
the front of lb coat ck-ed. while : ,wa J'.T "kl' ',
s ar more ampl tha a ever. ; f r Kbr A""
Tb lllimtration show a lyplral' Ul
wred gowa of wblt cloth ontnbed with
bands of silk braid.
BwaaiZ. -We ,
al : N. - .fWTni a
1 wi- ; . ''':m.
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THE NEWJNDIAN FAD.
Artistie Stags Woman Make Barbaria
Costume th Fashion.
Two c lever women of the strge, Mlsa
Mary Garden, th prims donna, and
Mlsa Etael Wyan MattbWon. the ac-
treaa wbo appears la "Tb Arrow Mak
er," have auccevded In mj adapting the
I UP DEMOCRATS
IS REGULAR'S PLAN
CLAIM MADE THAT REPUBLICANS
' CA"KWA0 OFF TARIFF LCgT
I8LATI0N IN SENATE.
WASHINGTON. April g. ISneclal 1
Republicans In the Senate Bay they
have things fixed so that the worst
tbe Dmoerata can do Is to tie tha
Senate in case they are able to vote
the Insurgents In the Democratic col
umn. Thia la given out with aom lit.
tie flourish, with the proviso that it
has b!n fixed In thia way to protect
the Aldrtch tariff.
In view of the fact that It waa tha
Aldrtch tariff that lost the House to
tbe Republicans in the opinion of
many, at least It seems a short aided
atand to Uke to block the Democrats
from changing it The only solution
to th riddle comes In the fact that the
IntereaU must have the Republican
Senators by the throat for otherwise
me party anouia oe wining mat chang
es be made to pacify the people, and
theae changes be mad by Democrata
ao that in tha event of dlaaater It may
be shouldered on that party.
Madam Wtuufman n a i-- I It la to be a Brett meas In an event
On Invitation from neighbor Rev. !( tD ,nUr Republicans can make
8. A. Hayworth, to attend services at ?' ,n uemocrais, ana the pro
ihe Baptist church on Sunday eyening. hBt n'r certain reciprocity
April 8th. alt members of the M. W. 'I'""". .,D" Permitted and thoae
A. are requested to meet At W. O. W. mm ntor- .
two aiw MiaaaKas waoat tbs rawa will
star as are oa i
wbkh Onlabi'd aea-uud in tbe rsce last
season He will receive but Uttl credit
If be bring the team up to tbe aame
position, wb fi will by no meana be an
easy matter. If he falls below (be
mark be will lie classed a Incompetent
and yet be can' hardly be expected to
finish jrftuer, for tbe Highlanders have
not tbe clans to wlgBjtcnmint.
- -t J'-re 1 roimklerable doubi In tbe
minds of New York critics as to
whether" Chase will fill Bulling' shoes
or not. There la no doubt about bis
capabilities as a player, but he must
still show that be ran( handle a bail
team and not have Ibis duty Interfere
wun nis playing.
sip ot me water Gorg act down tb
glaaa. and fhey renewed .the contest.
But what a difference! Each man's
y waa fixed on tb tuber's Each
watched for a t bruit as though -his !
Ilf depended on It and parried It
wben It ram with all .tb skill be ,
possessed.. Every minute they tw-aiu
mor earnest. Ami then I began to
notice a look In their fatra that sor
prised and pained me, Their acens- '
tomed frlendllneaa waa replaced by
hat. Their eye began to gleam; tha i
blond mouoted to their fac.
"ion two fellows had better stop I
I aald. ''Tou'r getting
Inhartaonlea of in redakla rustume
that. tbey appeal to lb eye o' the ; that fracas.1
paleface, lo both the Dlars lb Die- ! nied.
i Tbey paid no attention to me. In-1
j deed. I doubt If they beard me, ao In-1
' tent were tbey on what tbey were do- i
' lng. Presently I saw blood running j
from a faah on tbe ImcB. jt.Gorald a)
aword ha ml. I
Spitball Hsre to Stay, Says Walsh.
Ed Walsh, the Chicago pitcher, aaya
me , spitball baa come to stay. He
maintains further tbat It Is th "com
Jng delivery," that It ran be controlled
and that It doesn't hart a pitcher's
Are Yo a' Subscriber to the
fX.T,,M,,',? f BtnHa Is to b as sqccessful as th Interests of Oregon
. IT. v'5 mnfl baT nPPort of alL Tho Daw dally has
ll!L U boo,Un Oregon city and aackamas County. Tour
upport meana mor strength for the work. . ,
Will You Help, Booit yoar own Interests?
Py Carrtor, I rmt. .....i. ., -
'rl ". t yer
1 f i r gn remlttano. , "
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MATTY HAS IT ON 'EM ALL
"Matty la a magician In pat
ting queer and ponllng gyra
tions on a baseball," says Coach
Wllbert Robinson of the Giants.
"I can't aee how It la possible
for any man to make a baseball I
j. perrorm such fantastic abooU. I
T hlta and wiggle wabble. It's
simply wonderful what Mathew- I
X son can make a baseball do,"
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Read the Morning enterprise.
OWEN G. THOMAS
BLACKSMITHINO AND REPAIR
Best of work and satisfaction guar
anteed. Have your nor shod bv an
expert; It pay.
A 'I kinds of repair work and amrthy
work. Prompt service; greater pr
tln of your work can b dons while
you do your tradlno. Give m a trial
Job and see If I eant please yetl.
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'"J : : y
f k . ; '
attss aiaar oaapn aa aaroau.
tureaque nomlbllltlea of IndUn Jlfe arc
made tbe moat of. Not only ar the cos
tumes singularly pleasing and grace
ful, but the stag fittings are so artis
tic aa to Insure Indian decorations be
coming a fad. Indian baskets, robes.
Indian pottery, tomahawks, quivers,
bunches of arrows, bead work, feather
headdresses, all nay be made to play
a part In designing so Indian decora.
Hon. . . ,
A well snown literary woman whoa
lUHimnds 4 huHlneae fakes blm fre
quently through tbe weat and Into tbe
rewrvnlfou country haa bad her boll
fixed, up with tbs various Indian sou
venlnt which be baa ga'hvred. Re.
ceuUy abe gave aa Indian luncheon In
which a ml n la tare tepee made of nark
waa set no a bank of anoaa In the ra
tor of. the tabt. Over It rlnes were
, trailed, and tb edge was set off with
s rather flat arrangement of low grow
lng fern. Th plac car and aoo
enlra parted ont tbe Indlin Idm.
Put Yourself in the
When rou writ
ad-or any kind of an ad-try to
Inctud In It Jiiat the Information
you'd Ilk to find If yon were an I
ad-reader and were looking fot an I
ad of that kino. Z
If you do thia to even a small I
extent you! ad will bring R. I
BULT8I - .
-nere - I cried, "stop iblsr ,
I waa rising to get between them I
wben Gerald made a nam. breaking I
through Oeorre'a guard, and I aaw j
tbe foil go right through tbe fleshy !
pert of Georcs's srm. When It waa j
withdrawn tb aleeve waa aatnrated
In vsla I cried to them to desist. :
; From friends tbey bsd become wild '
animals. Tbey paid no attention to j
I me. and ao maddeoed were they that I
I I did not dare to force myself between ;
t them, fearing to get stabbed. A red
stream trickling down Gerald's leg was
tbs next evidence of tbe seriousness of
tbe contest: thea wben Geraldf'polnt
was within an Inch of George'e heart
the latter In tbe tenth part of a aecond
turned It away. I hurried to find
something wltb which to beat dowa
tbe weapons and on faring the com
bs tants again ssw "a door open and
Helen Deane atep Into tbe room. What
I would have needed, a weapon, to ac
complish thia girl did by ber simple
presence. Tbe men lowered their foils.
"How did you get on to tblsr asked
"Tour sister overheard."
Drop those folia, both of you. If
yon value my acquaintance."
The folia rattled on tb floor.
"I have known you three friends for
a long while." Helen continued. "I
will admit that on of yon 1 love."
"Is It IT asked Gerald quickly.
"I r asked George.
The two men looked at each other)
thea both turned toward me.
"Cbarller aaked both at once.
, They could' have knocked m dowa
with a feather. I had worshiped ber
secretly, but not dreaming that I had
ny chance wltb either of the others.
"See the lady home. Charlie." said
George. "We'll attend to theae cute."
-It is tlm yon did." I said. and. offer
ing my arm to th priie. I escorted
ber to ber carriage, and m rolled
way together. ,
The Program for the Meeting Satur-
.,. !. pJ;oram tot hs teachers' Instl
I, ? 9' on 8turd,y, April U.
A..?? w lt brwlth:
11 MO "The Recitation In History"
.. aPttfinle rr flAaia.
I'. AAlLrJ." 8uot- - Tooxe
"nnrtr,,B,,r WIW Udles' Club
;:2t?I0fI,m' puPn Oswego School
1:00 '-Test of a Teacher" and -h- .
To tike Ne7
Will You Help Us
Boost Your Own
By c&tt&i, year $3.00
By mail. X yea 2.00
Send: in Your Km
iL Jae IVii
l 'l A
cent School Legislation"
" " " " L R. Alderman
led the Morning Enteeriw.
Cor. Main rnd 'eeti te C"- i C'-
OVETJ G. TIIOITAQ