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MOKNIHO ENTERPRISE, SUNDAY, APRIL 16, 1911.
(htflrty Uroub (CUrtJjrs
C.Z. mi-mm a n i usy
the attention of
the smart dressers
and we are al
ways pleased to
show the new
style features of
4 'Society Brand''
clothes for men
and "La Vogue"
suits for Ladies
Prices iis to $35
gene, has arrived horn to spend hi fin residence. Mr. Wolfgeng la a
Ihore will be a program by the Sunday I tbla class enjoyed a very pretty social
bcIhk.I. wllh iiiunIc and literary num- occasion, Mra. Oswald being a sunerb
bora rouimuuioratlve of Eaater and entertainer,
the Easter scuson. j Th ,. . , ',
I Tnor jvtll , te special services at
Bishop H(ldliia will preach at (be '"e Gladstone Christian church today,
bour of evening service In St. I'aut't I The morning service will be given up
Episcopal church today. Ilo will alao 1 lo n Easter cantata, aung by the
administer the aarramont of confirms- j Bible "' bool. The evening sorvlce will
Hon. The hour of evening service haa be given up to an evening of Easter
been changed frvm S o'clock to 7:30. !onK by the choir. Much time baa
.i. . ' boon spent In the preparation and a
An elaborate program of Eaater mil- vtry ,)U.Rnt ,nf p ,J Vom,8ed
ale la Ix-lng prepared by the Ilaptlat ,h(m 8 v w 'u
Mr. Harry and Ml Elsie Schoen-
bora, of Eldorado, were In Oregon City
on Saturday vtaltlng with their par
ent, Mr. and Mr. R. Bcboenborn.
Mlaa Lola Hlatt, of Portland, la
pending her Easter vacation with her
parenta, Mr. and Mra. J. W. Hlatt, at
Mlaa Florence Wang, primary teach'
er of the Canemah achool, loft for
Canby on Friday evening,' where ahe
will remain until Sunday with her par
enta. , . .
Mr. and Mrs. D. M. Stevenson, of
Salem, arrived In Oregon City on Sat
urduy morning .and, will spend Easier
Kunday with the latter'a mother, Mrs.
J. H. Williams.
Mr. Karl Walker, a student of the
t'lilveralty of Oregon, has arrived in
Orison City to spend the Easter holi
day with his parents, Mr. and Mrs.
John It. Walker. .
MIh Georgia Cross arrived In Ore
con City bn Friday evening from the
I'nlvurslty of Oregon to speud Buster
holiday wlin trer parents, Mr. and
Mrs. II. E. Cross, of Gladstone.
Mr. Phil Craves, one of the well
known furmers of Clackamas county,
whose homo Is near Aurora, was In
this city on Saturday, and was accom
panied by his daughter, MUs Eva
Mrs. L. I). Williams, of Ilwaco,
Waslu who haa been the guest of
Mrs. Elizabeth Warner, of Locust
Farm, Mount Pleasant, has returned
to her home. Mrs. Williams has been
sending the winter months at Los
Angeles, California, and was on her
way home. Mrs. Mary Brown, of Port
land, was also the guwit of Mrs. War
ner on Thursday.
f rmret and A. Stabeu were
IJi riiy on bii-t'i " Bavturuwy.
i llundle. if Kreewater, Oregon,
5 lala city n Saturday.
Kr. Alters, ntaru wef transact-
sr. BJ''r. l"'v,r t reea. was
Vm ths btfluens Visitor on Datur
KtJorn ('II X-
I. flrsre. of Clarkes, was In
UnsClty vlnltlng witn reiauvea 00
oonrs OreKory. the teasel grower
'Kiiia. was in this city on Friday
W giturday mid registered at in
5inUr evening the service at in
Lsttat church IU be given by in
Lir, nd III li a musical program.
EussmoratlvVi of Kaater.
frukCrlfllili, a resident of neatue.
lulu ptsM'il tnrougn 1 ma cuy on
UrtsT on hl wsy to Carua. where
tilll ihilt with friends and relative
HKry 8trl'l.l had a valuable rlfl
Vokt from his slaughter nous at
Lumu Heights on Friday evening.
bnke Into the building and
Utorately stole in gun.
1 n oToiim r waa arrested Batur-
Ljsti rharKe of drunkenness and
kfltliit on the street ana was son-
Wcei to IS diiys In Jail by ueooroor
1 . . . i
11 tU M. K rhurch Sunday evening TBI young men ana women i-uUIu
tholr for this evening. In the
evening the entire service will be In
charge of the choir.
The Catholic Knlghte of America
will receive Holy Communion at the
o'clock Mass In St. Jobn'a Cithollc
church thla morning. Eighty members
of the organisation plan to, attend ser
vice In a body. '
Tbe-lWntist Drotherhood will meet
next Tuesdny evening. The program
will be made up of local apeakers. It
I Intended to discuss some Important
measures relating to the practical re
form of Oregon City.
Hunk, the pet -bulldog that Henry
Btrieblg received aa a present from
the Eant severs! weeks ago, died at
a veterinary hospital In Port In nd Fri
day It waa aont to the hospital
Thursday, but It was too late and the
dog's life could not be saved.
Mrs. Frank Oswald, of Fern indue,
ava a Dirty Saturday evening to tbe
members of the Iierean clsss In the.
Gladstone Christian Bunday school.
Frank Hat tan, of Stone, one of the
well known residents of that place,
was In tbla city on business Saturday.
Herman Ilurgoyne. proprietor of
Hotel Durgoyne of Portland, waa la
Oregon uity on Saturday. Mr. Dur
goyne la arranging to open a delicates
sen in the Cole building on Main street
near the Suspension bridge. The In
terior of the building Is being thor
ougbly renovated, and will bo up-to-
date when completed.
ACTIVITY REIGNS IN
ABOUT AQUA PRIETA
f r -
MORE U. 8. TROOPS TO BE MOVED
UP TO BORDER TO ENFORCE
PEOPLE POINTED OUT
Attorney A. 8. Dresser, of Portland,
was In thla city on legal business Sat
lit. William Morey and daughter,
Mlsa Morey, of Molalla, were Oregon
City visitor on Saturday.
Mr. and Mra. Stelner left thla morn
Ing for Heaver Creek, where they will
Spend Easier Sunday wiiD,rriendS.
Mr. Wallace Cau field, who la attend
ing the University of Oregon at Ku
lew 1"W !
jog .wh : i'
WASHINGTON, April 15. Follow
lng a conference at tbe White House
today between president Taft, Secre
tary of War Dickinson and General
Wood, the latter announced mat tour
more troopa of cavalry would be or
dered to Douglas,- Aria., from the near
est patrol atatlon, to assist the United.
Bfatea troons there.
Mexican National troops, numbering,
It la believed. In the neighborhood of
thousand, were encamped early to
day at the mouth of a canyon to the
west of Agua Prleta, in, the nrst moun
tain ran kg. and along the route to
Cananea. Tbey have moved up in
various detachment from the Cananea
and Arlzpe localities.
From all aoDearances. one or tne
largest battles of the Mexicau rebel
lion was In immediate proieci.
The rebels In Agua Prleta. augu
mented over night by tHe reinforce
aliA ' annroilmatelv a thousand well
armed men. Further reinforcements
from the various bands still In tbe
field to tbe southward were expected
iv thsiu today
Th rebel commander had acouts
out all night and early today, watching
for tbe approach of the enemy.
Ail nlitht lone they burned their
Imal Area alone the fringe of foot
hilla south and west of tbe border.
Today their horaemen rode all roads
loadlna- Into Aaua ITieia.
Tho rebel chief nave actea on ine
orders from the United Stales mat
they aball fefralnt In future engage-
menta. from flrlnr into uougias. ana
declared 'today their Intention of car-
rvlmr the battle to the Federal iroops
the moment tbe latter appears on
sister of Mrs. Alf Allen of RUIey sta
tion and Mra. Allen ha been enter
taining her sister and husband for the
S. C. Alexander and Dellln Olds
have taken the contract to raise tbe
Oreen building. Tbey commenced
Thursday - morning and bav made
good progress. Since the street baa
been filled and graded the building
was a foot too low so had to be raised.
Fred Oreen, of Portland, was out
Wednesday looking after hla property
Mr. and Mrs. Ben Llllls returned
home Sunday after several months'
visit In -tin East with relatives and
Mr. Joseph Woerndell has torn down
the old barn on his place and la put
ting up a new fence and otherwise
Improving his property on Courtney
avenue. Mrs. Woerndell end Mrs.
Sherlock spent several day In Portland.
F. C. Dlackman and family are mov
ing Into the Katzke house, which they
Prof. Duller a father ana sister, of
Independenoe, xpent Friday with him.
They also visited tbe school. 1
Mrs. Spaulding spent Easter at 811-
Mr. Iser and nephew, of Woodburn,
were Oak Grove caller Saturday. Mr. j
Loser sold bis property here to Mr. j
Jim Ray and family, of Mllwaukle,
will be the guest of Mr. and Mrs.
Ilert Williams Easter Sunday for din-1
Mr. Cbaa. Mason, of Portland, spent
Friday afternoon with her sister in
law, Mrs. J. H. Graham.
Mrs. T. J. Sherlock, of Boise, Idaho, 1
spent a pleasant week with her hus
band's sister, Mrs. Joseph Woerndell,
at their beautiful home on Courtney
Mra. Walter Terwllllger, of Portland
was out Saturday calling on ber old!
friends and neighbors, Mrs. Joseph
Woerndell, Mrs. Ivy and Mrs. E. C.
The pupils of Mrs. Berry and Mrs.
Green's classes gave an Easter enter
tainment at the church Friday aner
noon which was well attended by the
parent and patron of the school. The
little tot deserve much credit for
their recitations and songs. Mrs.
Chas. Worthlngton was the musician.
Miss Amanda Outfield was tanea to
the St. Vincent Hospital In Portland
Friday. Dr. Summers la attending
The Oak Orove. Glrls' band is prac
ticing and drilling and preparing to
play for Booster Day at Oregon City.
April 22. Let Oak Grove turn out in
full force and help the girl aa well as
boost Clackamas county. Tbe bano
presented Mr. Moody, their chaperon
and manager, a beautiful Easter pres
ent of a allver berry spoon and cold
meat fork. ,
r Yes b u t it's m ore than -t h e
quality grocery, it has the lowest pritt
for the highest quality in this community.
Here arc r the freshest gexxfo -the most "exceptional 7 values.
And at this store you get that courteous attention and
prompt delivery " of your purchases, that means . pleasant
quality la service.
You are cordially Invited to prove every word of this.
Call today and look over our cxtnslv . stotk or phone
a trial order. Our quality and price will positively cause
.' you to give us your custom then and always.
A few specials this week -quality in everything
Walla Walla Asparagus, New
ripe Tomatoes, Hot House Let.
tuc. . .
Fancy Dry Peaches 3 pounds for
25c Sultana Raisins S pounds
for 25c Dry Whit Figs 10c a
pound. . .-
AMONG THE CHURCHES
Baptist Cor. Main and Ninth street.
Kev. H A. Hay worth pastor, rea. 111
Ninth; B. 8. 12 noon, Mrs. A. T. Parker
upt. j morning rvlce 10:30. evening
T. P. 8. C. E. t:10 p. m. and Jun
ior name hour. Weekly prayer meet
ing- Thursday at 7: JO p. m.
The first pair
of KABO cor
sets you wcor
gives you all
wont for buy
ing the second
Kobo No. GI3
GIS or 694 are
the long skirt
Shape. Prlc e
il. and equal
to higher pric
ed ones In oth
er makes .
" Tho Ctoro That Savos You Klonoy
PRICE $2.50 .
or 11 V4 1 vr
L PRICE $1.50
617 MAIN CT.
OREGON CITY, OR
- I uruiiiK Buujtjci iuo riCBuucv
nifnl. of the Oarciaa """"T tlon '-an Easter sermon.
Evening There will be an "Eaer
musical program by the choir.
Canamah Baptist Mlttlon 8. 8. mta at
1:00 p. m.. Lwla Conklln supt.
Catholic Cor. Water and Tenth Sts.
Rev. A. Hillebrand pastor, res. 911
Water; Low Maaa 8 a. m., with ser
mon; High Mass 10:30 a. m., with
sermon: afternoon service 4:00.
Mass every morning at 8:00.
Congrgatlonal--Cor. Main and Elrvntth
rlrrrtm, Rrv. Will. M. Proctor paator,
res. (09 Third; 8. 8. 12 noon, John Low
ry mipt ; morning- service 10:50. even
Ins 7:30, young people :30. Weekly
prayer mectlns Thursday at 7:10 p. m
Morning subject "Beyond the Shad'
United Brethren Cor. lfhth and Taylor,
Rv. 1 F. Clarke pastor, res. rom.nu,
8. 8. 10 a. m.. Frank Pirker, Maple
Lne, supt.; morn Ins service 11, Y. P.
8. C. E. p- m.. evening service 7.
Willamette M. E. No regular preaching
services, o. O. I P. m.. uum. nxmntm
Zlon Lutheran Cor. Jefferson and Eighth
streets, Kev. w. k. n.rsxurrcr i-
- tor. res. 720 Jefferson; . t. : m-.
Kev. Kraaoerger supt.; morning urn
10:10. evening 7:45. Luther League 7
p. m. '
For Easter morning the Sunday
school will convene at 9:15.
At 10:00 a. m. there will be confes
sional service. At 10:30 regular East
er service with sermon on the subject.
Your Sorrow Shall be Turned into
Joy." Followed by the Lord a Supper.
There will be no evening aervice.
Evening "A Walk
the opon plain aurroundlng Augm Prle- Eater Evening
ta on the Mexican aiae. wnwuevcr
the Mexican troops appeared, they
asM thv would nreclpitate the com
bat out on the desert and beyond the
firing range of tbe International line
Patronise our advertlaer.
Mr. Granlard report 8an Francl-
co aa being pretty well built np In
tha humrt district, and many fine
atructurea hav taken tne piace 01 iuej
m Hiisntdated building which lor.
merlv stood In the hearx or tne cuy,
Herself and Lydla Bottemlller are
now at Lob Angeles and the beach re-
aorta. They expect to go ip mw.-
. iin. mt Tie .liinna ana win
dmiht e.ntov their visit very muuu.
Tbey will return via Santa Barbara
and 8an Luis Obispo ana vin u
r n uhmm who la making floor
tiling on the old Henneman place U
building a fire kiln outside away from
the old drier, which recently caught
fire and In which bi raacniuery
cated. Thla will enable hire to attain
a great heat, which is absolutely nec
essary in making this claw of goods
a he Is desirous of keeping the clay
to a temperature ot zuu uKr
2500 degree. The tiling J in amall
square, and used in such building, a.
the Yeon buildings in Portland. The
Change in.ure. safety from Are and
reduces his insurance. .
If there la no change In tbi
of the Portland mall th.!ice.r";
be closed to general delivery ' after
8: IB a. m. Sundays. Mr Gran rd tn
?end. to dlspenw with the call boxe.
at the end of the quarter a. tbey have
outgrewn their usefulness and ie a
nu sance to the postofflce employees
S ?be renter a. well. Those holding
lock boxes will experience no Iconven
ence by the early closing. Th .Port
land mall arrives one-half hour wrl er
alnce February 10. reaching the office
"TohnUtsler.. doing the prH,
tory work towards laying the cement
walk, in front of his property on Main
and Washington atreets. It will cer
tainly be plessant to have nice wlk
from the buslnes. section to tbe new
BP. depot on the WllUburg division
it has been a-verltable mud hole tor
iomS time A 9car WUBlnger baa
a?rdy lalfhli portion on , t. i oppo
Site aide of Washington , .nd tha per
tlow facing on Main street,
Catholic church people 0nu'd JowS
front of tholr property, then the town
Sd make a VM.
to the trave er getting off the train--more
o after Washington atreet la
graded and graveled.
Mr. and Mrs. Cbaa. A. Wolfgang of
Portland has purchaaed four lot i at
Mllwaukle Holgbt. and, will build
9th ond Main Sts.
Oregon City, Ore
accompany each bid right reserved
to reject any or all blda.-
Dated April 8th, 1911
J. W. MOFFATT.
' J. J. COOKE,
Assignees aforesaid, Oregon City, Ore
gon. C. D. k. D. C. LATOURETTE,
Attorneys for Assignees.
Christ Ev. Lutheran Cor. Eighth and J.
U Adams streets. Iter. V. Schmidt
nastor. res. 80s J. O. Adams: 8. 8.
JO a. m ; preaching afternoons of first
and third Sundays at l:su in Kngnan,
other Sunday services mornings at 10.lt
wllh preaching in uerman.
Morning subject "Chrlafa Resur
rection. 1. What It Shows. 2. How
It Cheers." Mark' 16:1-8. Service at
10:30 a. m.
Christian Science Ninth and Cen
ter streets. Sunday service 11 a. m.
Sunday school 13 noon. Wednesday
Morning "Doctrine of Atonement,
German Evangelical Cor. Eighth and
Madison streets. Rev. F. Wlevenlck pas
tor. res. 71S Madison: 8. B. ID a. m
Herman Bchrader. Monroe atreet. supt.
morn ma- service 11. yoi'ng people at
p. m. and preaching at 8 p. m. Prayer
meeting Wednesday at 7:10 p. m.
Morning An Easter sermon will be
given by tbe pastor.
Evening Literary and musical pro
gram for Easter, with short address
by the pastor. -
Gladstone Christian Rev. A. H. Mulkey
pastor, res. Gladstone; 8. 8. IS a. m.,
N. C. Hendricks supt.; morning service
11 o'clock, evening service 7:10. Week
ly prayer meeting Thursday 7:30 p. m.
Morning The service will embrace
the giving of an Easter cantata by the
Evening There will be an Easter
song service by the choir.
Mountain View Union (Cong ) . 81
S. m., Mrs. J. H. Qulnn supt.; Bible
tudy every Thursday afternoon;
S reaching 7:10 p. m. second and fourth
undaya In January.
Memorial services will be held at
It a. m. today as a testlmonal to Elder
J. P. Allison, who died April 1.
Methodist Main atreet eor. Beventh,
Kev. K. P. Zimmermen pastor, rea. cor.
Sixth and Washington; 8. 8. :4 s. m..
C. A. Williams. Gladstone, supt; morn
ing service 10:4s. Bpworth League :10.
evening service 7:10. Prayer meeting
Thursday 7:10 p. m.
Evening A program will be given
by tbe Sunday school.
Presbyterian Seventh street cor Jeffer
son. Rev. J. R. Landsborough pastor,
res. 710 Jefferson; 8. 8. 10 a, m., Mrs.
W. C. nrern supt.; morning service 11
a. m., T. P. 8. C. E. :46 p. m. .even
ing service 7:10. Prayer meeting Thurs
day 1 p. m. -
Morning subject "Alive Forever
Evening There will be a sacred
song service commemorative of Easter.
Parkplae Congreoatlonal Rev. J. L,
Jonea pastor, res. Clackamas; 8. B. 10
a m.. Emery French suptl preaching
services each Bunday. alternating be
tween 11 a- m. and 7:19 p. m. Chrtj
tlsn Endeavor Thursday evening 7:10
St Paul's Episcopal Ninth at, near
Main, Rev. Chas. W. Robinson pas
tor, rea. at Rectory, Ninth and Wa
ter at.; 8. S. It noon, Wm. Shew
man, attpt.; Prayer meeting Wed
nesday 7:30 p. Morning service
10:30 a. m., evening service 7:30 p. m.
Morning subject "Qod Save tn
Evening Bishop Scaddlng win
preach and administer the saorament
Notice to Creditors.
Henrietta A. Capen Estate: ,
Notice Is hereby given that the un
dersigned haa been appointed Admin
istrator of the Estate of Henrietta A.
Capen, deceased, by tbe County Court
of the State of Oregon, for the County
of Clackamas, and has qualified. All
persons having claims against saia
estate are hereby notified to present
the same to me at Ladd ft Tilton
Rank. 3rd and Washington Sts., Port
land, Oregon, with proper vouchers
and duly verified, within six months
from the date nereor.
Dated this 18th day of March-. 1911
EDWIN W. CAPEN.
Administrator of the Estate of Henri
etta A. Capen, aeceasea.
MCALLISTER ft UPTON. Attorneys
OWEN G. THOMAS
m AT. KftMITHING AND REPAIR
Best of work and satisfaction guar
anteed. Have your horses shod oy an
expert; It pays.
Al kinds of repair work and amlthy
work. Prompt service; greater por
tion of your work can be done while
vou da vour trading. Give me a trial
Job and aee If I c"t pl you.
OWEN G. THOMAS
Cor. Main and Fourth fits- Oregon City
Wants, For Sale, Etc
Notices under these classified head mra
will be Ins. ed at one cent a word, first
Insertion, half a cent additional Inser
tions. One Inch card, tl per month; half
Inch card, (4 lines) 11 per month.
Cash must accompany order unless ene
has an open account with the paper. No
financial responsibility for errors; where
errore occur free corrected notice will be
printed for patron. Minimum cbvn lie.
VACUUM CLEANING done for SO
cents an nour. Call Pacific States
BIDS WANTED For the erection of
one cottage on Taylor street. Plans
can be seen ' at George Randall'
residence, 801 6th street Bid will
be received np to April 18th 1911.
We reserve the right to reject any
and all bids. Address all letter to
George Randall, Cth street.
FOR SALE OR TRADE 280 egg
"Mandy Lee" Incubator, good as .
new. H. G. Hartshorne, WUsonville,
A SNAP 7-room hous, four blocks
from car line In Oregon City; lot
of fruit; price S900; 1100 down, $10.
per month. Same as rent Clyde ft
McRae, 1003 Main St., Oregon City.
THERE will be a regular
meeting of Clackamas
Chapter No. 2, R. A. M.,
in the Masonic Hall on
Monday evening, April
17th, 1911, at 7:30 P.M.
Work In Royal Arch.
E. A. CHAPMAN, Secretary.
BUILDER AND CONTRACTOR.
HARRY JONES Builder and General
Contractor. - Estimates cheerfully
given on all classes of building
work, concrete walk and reinforced
concrete. Res. Phone Main 111.
NOTICE I hereby given that the un
dersigned assignees of the Oregon
City Lumber ft Manufacturing Com
pany, an Insolvent will, until Thurs
day noon of April 20th, 1911, receive
sealed bid for the aawmlll build
ings and machinery and planing mill
and machinery, together with all
wttchea, aide tracks, tools appli
ances, office fixture and all other
property and asset of said Company
In the hand of the undersigned a
uch assignees Said property Is
situated In Oregon City In close
proximity to the Willamette River,
the Southern Pacific Railroad and on
tbe Portland Railway, Light ft Pow
r Comnany' track, and offer an
exceptional opportunity for a large
and growing business.
The property will be sold In three
FIRST: The equity of tbe under
signed In the machinery pufchased
from the Northern camornia
SECOND: That covered by a chat
tel mortgage held by the First Na
tional Bank of Oregon City.
THIRD: That on which there is
no Incumbrance. ; ;
, - A description of tbe varlona arti
cle lu each class will be furnished
. on application to the undersigned.
Terms of sale, cash. Certified
check ot 10 per eent of bid must
O. D. EBT, Attorney-at-Law, Money
loaned, abstracts furnished, land
titles examined, estates settled, gen
eral law business. Over Bank of
Oregon City. ,
U'REN ft SCHUEBEL, Attorneya-at-
Law, Deutscher Advokat. will prac
tice In all courts, make collection
and settlement. Office In Enter
prise Bldg., Oregon City. Oregon.
ABSTRACTS OP TITLE.
V. R. HYDE, Abstract Office"
Land titles InTestlgftted. oonrejftn
s1n r tiAttr miKHs.
SB w W W BWBBB ISJI
Room 7, Barclay Bldg., Oregon City.
E. H. COOPER, For Fire Insurance
and Real Estate. Let us handle
your properties w buy, sen and
exchange. Office .. la .. Enterprise
Bldg., Oregon City, Oregon.
FRETTAO ft MONET, Real Estate
Dealers, have choice bargain la
farm lands, city and suburban ,
homes, good fruit land and poultry
ranches. See us for good buy.
Near 8. P- depot
SECOND HAND FURNITURE.
NEW STORE. NEW GOODS.
When I moved Into my new store
I put In a nloe line of NEW FURNI
TURE, which I am selling at the pri
ces usually queted for second hand ee
shop-worn goods. Come In and took
s round. ...
Fine line of egrlos and rello ' '