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MORNING ENTERPRISE, TUESDAY, APRIL 25, 1911.
ORECOW CITY, OREC05
K. C. BrlOOlE, Edltoe and Publisher.
"Entered mm aeeond-eiaaa natter Jaa
umry S. 111. at the poat odlc at Oresoa)
City, Oregu". under the Act of March
S. 1T. '
. niW W SltSCtlrTION.
On Tear, by mall .. . .
i Mentha, by nail
Four Mnatha. by mall
Par wesk, by carrlsr. . , .. . .
for dissatisfaction among (h njwi
and determination to change the gov
ernment at every turn of the wheel
But the people are very simple tt
they think for a moment that the bat
tie la won. The company haa ouly be
gun to fight It la an old trick of the
court -to hand down a aound decision
at the first, and secure the plaudits of
the people, simply to tuake It bearable
when the decision that the company Is
waiting for Is rendered later. If the
l.se people are to w In In this fight there
must be vigilance to the very end of
ROSE FESTIVAL HAS
MANY NEW FEATURES
OFFICIAL PROGRAM ANNOUNCED
FOR THE WEEK JUNE 5-10 .
The official programme for the Rose
Festival the week of Juno 5 10 has
Ftrat Pa, per men first tnaertloa. . . .liVt f
First Pajra. per men added Insertion. .Ive
Preferred position any pa-, per Inch
flrat Insertion ... lie
Preferred Boeitloa any pas; per la oh
added Insertions.. . . ..ISO
Run paper other thaa flrat pa, par bach
fin Inaertlon Uc
Run paper other than flrat pase. per Inch
added Insertions to
Locals. Isc per Una; to regular adver
tlaera so Una.
Wants. For Rale. To Rant etc, one
eetit a word flrat tnae.-tton; oaa-half eant
, each additional.
Rates for advertising In the "Weekly
Rnterprtw will be the aame aa In the 1
dally, fnr advertisements mrl eapectally I
for the weekly. WJiera the advertisement
la tranaferred from the dally to the week-
nr. without chance, the rat will be So 1
an Inch for tun of th paper, and lOe an 1
. .Inch for special position. I
Caah ' should accompany order whar '
iha EnterDrta. bwn announced, and embraces, all of
Vtnl advartlaln at ten) adr.rti.in. 1 the former features that have maJe
ratea. I the celebration so sttrsctlve, and there
Clreua advertising and special transient , are a large number of new events
advartiatng at :c to lOe an inch, accord- tnat bj fair to ,dj sst i 1 1 greater Inter-
est to the festivities. There will be
-Mr. 81" and Bankrupt Bale" adver. ! st daylight and night grades, Jnclud
ttpementa Ibc Inch first Insertion: addl- ' Ing the horse and carriage, the auio-
tkmal Insertions aam matt.r Ma Inch. I mobile, the school children's and the
w" W,'B ""'"j electrically illuminated float pageants
wlU b gladly accepted. Rejected manu- i big fraternal men's night, the spec
sciipta never returned unless accomian- taculur '"Shower of Roses," a marine
ted by stance to prepay poataae. ' carnival, a civic and militrv grand
I hall, massed bands playing concerts
in the streets, the usual competitive
- I rose, show by, the Portland Rose So
I ciety, race matinees by both Hunt
i Club and Riverside Driving Associa
) tion. revels of masquers, fireworks
I and oiher stunts. The programme In
detail is as follows:
Rose Sunday, June 4.
Ceremonies and exercises appropri
ate to the occasion.
Greetings and imposing welcome to
the nw-e. Queen of flowers.
Special sermons in many pulpits
glorifying the return of the fragrant
and beauteous rose.
Monday, June 5.
Home-coming day. Hearty welcome
King and Queen of England as
They Appear When Not on Parade
CITY OFFICIAL NEWSPAPER.
IT'S ONLY FIRST BLOOD.
The news that the government has
won first blood in Its- contention with
the Southern Pacific railway in its
- fight for the ownership of the many
acres of lands that were given to the
railwav ermrfltlnnal and Oia trma nf
which condition have been Ignored
and denied many times In the past by
the company, will be good news to
hundreds who have been waiting to
get a piece to the game of homestead-1 to all visitors.
ing If the government so puts It on
the market or In the event It is sold
at the rate established of $2 25 the
Where the railway has been lame Is
tn its effort to resp a larger sum than
what Congress gave it If the lands
had been sold at the figure set It
would have 'made a large profit in the
; High' noon Arrival of Res Oregonus
i up-river on royal barge convoyed by
' fleet of loyal mariner
Crapd review Water pageant.on-
sisting of gaily derorated.Ji.3att and
water craft of every varlet .
8:00 FM. Special programme, at
the' Oaks Park and on the Willamette
' River; general Illumination, feast of
! lanterns. '
Tuesday, June 6.
deal. But at the figures which the 10:00 A. M. Musical symposium
company has been planning to get ' nd ,rm ?rn' by Rose City
.,,k . . . bands on most elaborately decorated
with the trades which they have been thor01I(tnfare.
able to put over on certain officials i 2:00 P." M Formal opening of the
who traded one class of land for anoth-' competitive rose exhibit at the A fin
er, the company always getUng the orT. under th uPlc ot tne Port
best of tt. they stand to w,n many mH-! elec,ric p
Hons more than they deserve or than headed hv Rev Oreeonus. th. Carnival
i 10:00 P. M Revels of the mas-
, nnora slovsi nn Civfh tA CAvanl IS
mined not to yield unless absolutely J ,tre4,u tTom Yamhil to Burnslde
forced to. And it is no wonder there I streets.
is a determination to fight to the bit-' Wednesday. Juns 7.
ter end rather than yield. And the t, 10:00 M.-Com petit ive rose exhl
w . ....... . , bit at the Armory. Band concerts on
public expression of Its belief that It pr,ncipa, decorated streets,
will ultimately win ttt simply the par-; 2:00 P. M. Grand parade of dec
lng of the way for winning by fair ' orated automobiles, contesting for
means or fmil The snemiinv nr - , prizes.
,k,.,.i , ... . . , 8:00 P. M. Competitive rose exhl-'.
thousand, to win will not be drop tn b)r,t the Armory. !
the bucket with such a stake tn the 8:30 P. MV-Speclal programme and
balance. I display of fireworks at Council Crest, i
The land. In dispute are broad ' 1200 ,wt 'h C',y: . !
enough In acreage to make a kingdom P 10:00 A. M Bands parading prin-i
In domain. The withholding of thls 'cipal thoroughfares.
rm m th. v i.v ! 2:00 P. M. Brilliant decorated i
settle It ., homestead, in 160 are H" fid hIcI Prade-in-mpetr
I lion lor prizM.
tracts, for the saks of speculation, Is! 8:W p. M Illuminated civic and
a crime of no mean degree. For the military pageant, brilliant, dazzling
government to permit this as long as n1 apectacular.
1NO OEORQEand Qoveo Mary are seldom seen by the public when
tbey are not to certain degree on dress (Mtrade. Consequently tbs
picture printed above, .showing tbem at they emerged from an art
gallery on a recent visit. Is more than usually Interesting. It ran be
said in all fairness that the royal couple would not attract any particular at
tention la a crowd where they were not known. Tne ut striking thing about
the king Is his beard, a full growth that belongs, to several different types snd
which la seldom seen In the I'nlted Plates in these days of safety raiprs. lis
Is not bad loiSUigj this ruler of Crest Brit sin. but he does nut look as kingly
as a well wisher of royslty would wish. Queen SJsry. to JmU-e from this pboto
grspb. Is not particularly stylish In apiearance. But one should remeiuler
that a snapshot photograph la never flattering, and It often cm. lies the victim
In pose that la distinctly tbe reverse.
1 ; ;
FEDERAL COURT DECIDES THAT
COMPANY HAS FAILED TO
IDKTLANIt. Or.. April 21 Federal
District Judge Charles K. Wolverto
decUled this morning that the ttoiiih
eru Pacific and the Oregon ft Cnlltor
nla railway companlea must forfeit to
the In lied States Government about
I. lOO.nno acres of land, which Is value
at from ftO.OOO.noo to I78.OOO.O0O
Afterone of the moat Impreaalv
legal combats ever sged In the his
tory of America, the court rules that
an empire In Oregon cannot be bot
tied ly the railway Interests. Taking
the pluln words of the act of Congress
granting the Inud for railway con
strurtlon,' aid, tho court holds that
Congress Intended this land should bo
sold to lion a fide settlors In tracts not
greater than 160 acres to one Indl
vidua), and at a price not exceeding
12.50 an acre. Rvery argument and
contention made, by the railway coin
ry haa leen defeated In Its, fight
with the Government. "w'
. While deriding In favor of the' Fed
eral Government, Judge Wolveron de
cided ngslnst the seversl thousand In
tervcuors In tbe esse. He holds tbst
they have acquired no right whatever
by either Isettllng on the land or ten
derlng the maximum sum per claim
specified by law. The effect of this
portion of the decision Is that the
grant lands affected cannot be secured
by. any Individual until the President
or Congress agsin-npena to entry or
sale.. The 87 entrymen who-had gone
upon ihe land aa settlers before tne
sujlts of the Government were com
the contract calls for.
Naturally the company Is deter-
The streets will be a veritable carpet ' ausnlces nf the Portland Hunt Club.
Of flowers. - b-ja p t Moat arand n.l Initios.
1:'K P. M. Special matinee alven , Ing electric parade In honor of Hex
by the Riverside Driving Club at the ; Oregonus. who will depart with Spirit
Country Club grounds. f du Carnival, In a time of glory.
5:00 P. M Grand parade of human
rosebuds. East Portland. 5000 school j Basket Social Saturday Evening,
children participating. Miss Pesrl Miller, who teaches the
9:fK) P. M Crowning social feature Shuhel school. Is planning for a lltera
of the festival, grand military ball at ry entertainment, followed hy a bas
the Armory, given under the auspices, ket social, on Saturday evening. April
of the Oregon National Guard. j 29. it is to be a big social event and
Saturday. June 10. tbe proceeds from tbe sale of the bss
10:00 A. M. Marching bands sere- kets are t uaod In the mirrha. of
nadlng the elaborately decorated i a school library. Justice of the Peace
menced. slso loa their claim, and are
held to Stave gained no advantage
whatever! by their period of settle
ment. Something more than &0oo In
tervenors; have filed applications to
get a portion of the land, but their
supposed rights are brushed salde
lesvlng the entire tract open to dispo
sition by Congresa, ss If It had never
been offered to the railway interests
ss a grant
ANOTHER LAND OFFICE.
WASHINGTON. April 24 Oregon
delegation haa been requested to work
for the creation of another land of
fice, either at prlnevilte, I lend or Mad
ras. The members desire tht a gen
ersl ennvsxB be lasued to .bring o
them a! reflection of sentiment
throughout regions affected, thus rnsh
tl n at thrni to art In accordance with
the popular will.
Senator, Chatulierlaln haa Introduced
a bill construing the Jaw of 1890 more
liberally for soldiers.
streets and business houses.
2:00 P.. M. Special racing matinee
at the Country Club, given under the
SaniKon will go to the entertainment
and will auction off tbe baskets for
WANTED You to knew tbst the En
terprlse Job printing department Is
the most complete In the State,
outside Portland. Try It for your
It has is to confess stupidity if not a
Friday, June 9.
1 ft (til k f Varon.dA. h El r..
greater offense. To permit the com-. city bands'through streets elaborately
pany to further Juggle with the cards ! decorated, reception by Portland busi
so tht the company wins all the prlz-: n,fc houses to out-of-town customers,
es. and the people draw all the. blanks 10:30 ,A' "Shower of Rose," by
..... . Peninsula roarians. Train of five
is the sort of government that makes ; c,ri Ioaded with rose, will be used.
By JOSE YVES LIMANTOUR.
Mexico's Minister of
by American Press Association.
HilERICAXS who have allied tbemHclvo with tho insurrcc
tioniau can ecarcfly expect PROTECTION LONGER
UNDER THE AMERICAN FLAG, and it would seem
- obvious that they take their own chancea for committing
" depredations on property under a foreign flag.
I AM FIRMLY CONVINCED THAT EXCEPT FOR THE SYM
PATHY, FINANCIAL fiUPPORT AND ACTUAL PARTICIPATION IN
CONFLICT OF AMERICANS THE INSURRECTION IN CHIHUAHUA
AND 80N0RA COULD , NOT LONG CONTINUE. ALM08T DAILY ONE
READS OF THE PART TAKEN BY AMERICANS IN THAT INSUR
RECTION, AND THEY ARE THE ONLY KNOWN LEADERS EXCEPT
I . unit
I wonder if those individuals and other Americans vsYin Imn
ny SYMPATHY for or have taken any part in that INSURREC
TION realize tho full significance and importance' of their attitude
As h pretty gfncrally known, tho line of the National Railways
Wwern Jnarez and Torreon in practically out of service because of
the DKPREDATION'S COMMITTED BY MEXICAN REBELS
"AND AM liRICAN R YMP ATULZERS.
The Kind That
Our New Steel Die Embossing
Marhine IS THE THING
.In the front rank of the
Small Deposits Wanted
snooursfls thsm bsssuss many laros eccuM. .
V: . all dannallas nf lad.. """' ISUS
Mors nsopla wouls) b. bank J.Po,ltors If thMTJ.,!"" KL
hslp In building thslr srsdlt and thslr sueesss r"isd h. H
Opening a shacking account hsr Is th, flrsVaTss
Start new and fellow In Iht footsteps of th. ,UCe..w. ,
buslnsss st i . ""Mossfui p
The Bank of Oregon City
D a LATOURKTTU PmtcUut.
THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK
of OREGON CITY , OREGON
Trensaets a ftsnaral Vanklng Buslnsss.
staBstBsfcTstftTaaBTatal BnTaaTtTal sTa?aTealaBTaaaBC5:
R. W.&R. S.Wrd
Wo do general repairing, broken
-work as new. Kaperts with gasel
Phones: Main i9U, Homo 19.
n machinery mads to s s,
ll0 onolnss. . W
109 FOURTH STRUT 0RI00N CITY.
LATEST M ARKETS
Itfrvlpts fur Ihs wcok wnrs: Cat-
tin I0SS. rnlvrs IS. hK H7. shnrp
ami horsra and mules fin.
Th sale of HU1 ixjiinds tf rattlo at
17 Hi wss th hlKh water mark fur tho
rear, hut toward tho mil ot tho wek
Ihrrn was Iris drnisnil ior fancy stuff
and ;4 hrad i hai. wrre pflnio brouaht
onlv $d 90. n vlow of tho fact that
I'lfio to fii .S was ihn top for rorn fr-d
for htrtrhrr rattle has not In any way
born siipiilli'd. Cows and light slwra
wr most wantrd and tho olferlnia
wrre taken up qulrkly at slron rl-
Th ho supply ss mostly made Up
of rout r art deliveries from Missouri
Itlver. IM ml veil hum ul medium
quality sold for fT-S.-
The sheep market was steady to
trotifc- and anything carrying enough
rah to tie rlasaed a million sold at
The horse tnarkei was a bit dull due
to a Ma aunioii sale at Portland.
There was some Inuulrles and a few
Kepresrutatlvsi sales have teen as
Is Bvrurl h. n ... l. .
If f-w , chollV(
miuauon in P-tloa-u,u'H' i
have them for retail IraTTl 1
tnoy pay the o.it.id. wtts uZ, k
bard wurk In w. aaatall
whole Ue.t pIO(1,
nav been consumed ,
last renori- ..m,... . "."s i
In prico but other vetmtiiei si!!
Boout Iha asm. -T "
...... uivna iti . j ,
and carrots 7So to l ssck.
to ll.M sack. csbb.i.fc'S!
.,a was .n top tor corn leq , ,HaMes ar cnmlm tiiZ
at rblcaao. tho .trewrth cf,, niiu. n ,h
rkel Is sppsrent. The demand or , .m, L "
' - wmtt M in.
radishes 6e. onlnas Sc; Calllsrito
loco 10c hesd. asparsitu IhuijL,
Moilcan tomatoes I4e pooui
rLOtm and rr.m-unu
In flour; eiuU( doa to ttaZ
orinsing simiui liM; sosM h) In .
H 80, n feed the teodnvr k s
!! , ruoiinaaat jj R
1X4. shorts : to !J. rolimol
1.10. process bsrley zi, sa en
crarsru rorn 110.
ii r. a i i net local aurtit kr
wheat la a trlfls bettor 104 &tto
auTanrma a Mills Tros) bat mat
In fart prlrrg are on th disk M
with little outwsrd r"-rtitlnsi
thoso who hsvs It aresoMltina
new prices are made It's) Iran
hands hn wun't let go. Bli sta
Jr. clulrai1 to e.
HAY Ther Is a better swrtaal
In hay and prices are UtUe km
Plenty of hay except alfalfa, skid I
getting scarcer snd higher. Ttsmt)
IK to l, clover 111 to 111. Mb
III, allied III to 14, alfstfiB;
OATS Dealers butfnfjw iklnwl
lo meet the demand la the do K
Ing-grsy i:i, skits J M a
that the market Is weak ssissss
nilTTEU-Prices rery ttf tlti
10c and 15c fair for ordlsuj eontrj.
fancy dairy will brim ltc n! 9t
creamery commands Ite ast
There Is plenty In the eouatryiosBs
the demand is well suppltri
K008 Tho Price kai illi
another peg with 17cthbMI
lielng paid unless one t i
put tho product.- BhlpplW f
brisk but no trouble to snpslxWb
POl'LTltr-Not so stroBiltiP
weeks j go; II I tie stock olH
that of not the best bent woiat
18c and ISA old moaters let, Vn
22o to I4c, ducks 17a to lit
ferlngs of larger fowls.
HIDES (Sreen M ponns. u
.IA-m 1 tn 1 A I. ahSiS KM t ,
1S steers , ...WSH 7 OS
!4 steers WW l
7j0nSi.- e'l T5
:97 st-ers ll?4 f.0
M calves . . : 1 SH R 00
1 bull U70 6 IS
bulls . 1540 4.75
1 cow . . ItiSO ,00
II cows (I7 7.75
SO cows 105H ' 4 flJ
Jl cow KUH SlIO
14 hogs KM 7.JS
8 hogs 30 6.30
I hog J.',0 ft.OO
S7I lambs, sheared . II 6.40
2M wethers, sheared ..... 114 B.00
!t,9 wethers, sheared 17 4.71
16 wethers, shesred ..... II 4 B5
1 team drafters 37S
1 saddler no
15 express horses, fitch... t HO
Oregon City Marksts.
There Is an uncertainty In the mar
kets today. Those who object to tho
changing of the tariff by tho I)enu
era Is blame the uncertainty on tho
prospects of a change and say that
the changes In prices are along tho
line of things that sre likely to bo
changed In tho schedule.. In those
eases a falling off Is In prospect.
Where there are nearly exhausted
slocks the tendency la upwards
Where tho new products of tho sea
son are rfoon to show up the prlco Is
downward train. There la no general
proiiosltlon that Is Influencing mar
kets unless one counts the tariff tink
ering as In that class.
APPLES Uical stock Is command
ing from t to II bushel, with very
few In the country of any kind and
fewer yet that will get tho hlaher
dry hides lie to 14c, h
to 7Re each. h
u-rtrti Im ilows B0. If
14c; some In symplr "
that Congress will tamper "
tariff on It; little demand ot
aa no one seems to
hand; Eastern snd Cenlrkl Wae
reported at 8c to lie.
MOHAIR-Trsde brisk ta Wh
modify with consequent sdrucw
h nrlrea offered. UUOISiiw. - - ,
price. Hood Itlver stock Is bringing to 82e, and prices on w
I2.B0 for good and a little more for
POTATOES Prices for tubers ar
still climbing snd have gone over f 1.60
ana 11.75, with some fancy stock
bringing 2.25. Extra fanrr will brl
almost anything one can ask In smit
lots, one dealer ssya he will pay 3
for a whole car load, and If tho car
still going, no one darst tt W I
. . . . a . 1 for aMsl
.011 noia, now qiniicu -
ck o to 11c for prunes nd i
ng to sell at that. .
all -BALT-Balllna -McJO ' . "
60 id. sacg, nsn . 1
100 lb. sacks.
yANTED-A RIDER AGjlfl
I" iXH TOvVN ,rt dlstrtrt tortlBnd ehllltasiml JLSs
"isr l.lcyrls (unil.lH-il t,r us. Our aaTi.Uersrr br
NO MOBJV AuiatBfn ...m pwlve and toon"'
I ti'cvcl. WeahlptoaiironnsnrwIn'ralnllK
v m a.
I" tanee.rW.,Wf. aixl allow TIM DAY
Jlil-h time ru may rlda the lilrrda and put lttonrSrjBVaB
If jrnu are then not perfectly ssllxflrd or do no"1
blerela Mn u ,r to ua stouruenn(l y '"t MitTm
f ACTCXT PEICF1 fml.h the blirwt '",r0til
- . . ' r""t pli.le to mks at one mall pr w
sctiial Nrtorr emt. You save 110 tn .' ml.Mlrmsn P", J f
, h. M.Hnr,ii nrv.r 1111111"" .1 M
lili:vrln DO Ha um . I.i-i. . . i..iol Lirrs fnn
rH,. until sou recslva our caUIsnies ami lorn our sno"'-- j
tlll'lt"'? " ks rs w vr. w -' i:i:"Lll:
J5J "MT.WS'J'.i' 1. Iek7a5r fff.
a r bbn ma .9 1 "eiitMarai stall kiaiUslAal,
jMledzcfhorn Pnn:!i:rc-Frcci 5
A SAMPIE rr.'if
IOrCL oaiLiV."""' 'n, Wssn.tiiwnw' - eup-
mum fmin es u, es Wr Vio. 7u.,Vr?'m ?' "r '" risii "una. l"'"
a --A.tm am
MMmttmtmm inn p" -
Self-IicalineTircs iSS f
fill. -H - - , " "" " m
naiLe, tm,, w 0i.s wiimm ins sir m
A liiii.drrU tlioi.und pairs sol.l ,t voir
DLSORJPTIONi J".'1" In " "r'. t
rtnlns, vsrr dnrshta . nV IS f "A tX i
si i:l nuallt of rul.iM.r. which never he-
Vn..T-' r .rJ ".which. eUpiea tin small
Vi. """winir the air to eanspe.
.1.11 .Vrh.T .TrJlIIi!: "mn T0'" satlsfleil cusloiners
siarii r that tlielr tlrra haveonlv liesn n,.ni nn nnM
or iwir in s whole seain. 1 1... i T. 1 I saw
lUes twins J V ilM srfll outsT
r nreDsrwl VX " ..eOST. a
these tires If aVaavilOIIM. 7
.ji.prsnverii.ln- purtKMea we sre - t n n&M
dav i.,r--,T-i-T;r"W:7. "'"ur of m.lfH SB peri i M
!, ... 7,:j . . J- " smo i. u, i. on apiimvsl. on uo
f'r.:r Li.rrrrMJ'r of u.tn. ,,mV.
ta a i mV-rj.'.'i !' Prtoo of
maklno' a inn.ii.i'1..
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m m at
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