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WEDNESDAY, APRIL 26, 1911.
OKEG05 CITY, OREGON
ft. ft. ROOIC. tlte end Publisher.
tare aa na'-elaaa matter Ju-
Um post oflm at Othm
adae the Act Marcb
oarr S. IB11. at
rttw tf twerm
Om Tmt, kr
! Mm I ha. kr mall
Pmir Moaiha. by mall
Pmr week, by carrier..
par tnea first tnavrttoa
fret Par, per Inch add taaarttoaa
err4 Boattlon any
pa, par inch . with (bat
would tak k0( cbtMal to Mt TW
dollar. If tb Time building u
destroyed by aa explosion that came
through carslassBsas It la Dot a oiim
of commluloa bat oa ralhsr of lax-
neae. But th maa guilty of laxneaa I
may b a maa who, to sav hlauelf,
will gladly ait by and ae aa Innocent
When the politician cornea at th
Democratic Congressman with the
charge that the reductions In tb tar
JS will mean tb reduction In th re re-
nue to th extent of f 10.000,000
year thla nam Democrat counter
President Taffs Outintf on
The Links at Autfusta, Go.
11 VlKll lm Waintawl rA Ikat
lMi. 7 : . :
ach ne intends to reduce tb coat Of gov-
Preferred poaltkm sny
rm mmt ttkan'M;"; Y"?!rnmnt to meet It. Reduction In
firs insertion........ lie i revenues, mean reduction In tb coat
as SB bu Maw sat kae flrat saaM in I -
adVd biMrtiona io , ' Hving, and if extravagance can be.
Iorala I o por line; to recular sdvr 1 curtailed that Will save ten millions
Users to llns. I .. . . . .
Want j. K.r Rale. To Rant ate . oaa ,h'n "U the DmOCr,t,C PrtT dt
eaac a woid first tnaartktn; oae-.half seat , Ing th country ten millions In rood.
Rat, for .drertiah, . the wwm, j M remarked, thai It ia
' Cntfrpriaa wiu a th same aa la the i not what we earn that make u rich
daJrr. for advartlarments art especially I . , j
for the weakly Whr the advartlarmrnt I but wn" T-
a transferred from the dally to th work
ry. without rfcaag. the rata will be So i
aa bach for toa at the paper, an las aa '
tor In mtr m I Malilm '
Caah should accompany ordrr whore i Btatietlca "7 that but two per
party to unknown in biutneee office of ; cent of the young women attending
the Enterprise. I
Lal adv.rtl.lnr at leral sdr.rtlatag I ,ne 1 "'"TWiy oil nica-o contemplate
marriage, perhaps, but let thoae prei
a-VaSa-wV.'." 'SrZ'SSl l'SX"?1 ty llttl maiden, meet aom nice
in to spepial condition (orernln th young lad whose personality appeal
"r. Sal - and Banrunt Hal." i " 'nm how quick they Can
tlaamenta Mc ln-h first Inaertion: addl- make plans for a weddinar day.
Some on who I given to gathering
Insertions aani mattar Se Inch. I
News firms snd writ si1tti rHMrm ,
""it with tntamt to local readers, j The Jack son Democratic club of
r7.r7rturSM un.iom: ! Portland w.nU Woodrow Wilson to
ia by siamoa to prepay poatas. j attend their banquet on May 1J. Tb
rirv nrrirni uiuimbcb
, drawing card
Governor would certainly
HOW WAS TIMES BUILDING DE-
EARTHQUAKE UPSETS MOUNTAIN
It'a a dangerous precedent when a
man can be spirited out of a Stat
ASHV7LLK. N. C. April IS Belat
ed reports from tb mountainous sec
tions of Transylvania Count r kv a
without being consulted as to whether 1 portion of "Caesar's Head,- a famous
or not he wishes to nvht .Ttr.Hi.i . Pak. bad been overturned by .an
' ; earthquake shock, said to have been
ne news seems to indicate that this felt in western North Carolina Friday
wa don In the'easa-of th men ac- Disbt- !
cuaed of dynamiting the lit Angele. , " ,!,rld ofhl,h moun,l P
Times t fall w"b a crash which wai heard for
If IfcXamara did blow up, or assist !
in blowing up. the Los Angeles Time ;
h ahould-be put on trial for the deed. '
Rllf' afi aalwA at at . a I '
w fmw ,nouja ;t,on dwnMdin , inTMtlgatlon Into
not re committed in his punishment, the arrest of John J. McNsmara n4
even if be Is guilty; while If be la not Indianapolis was introduced . In the
guilty the commission of crime arainat ' Hons today by Representative ictor
CONGRESS TO INVESTIGATE.
Berger. the Mllwankl Socialist
Berger's resolution recite tbe -Hth
amendment to the constitution, sets
forth the facts In the arrest of Mo
Samara, and provides for committees
of both houses of Congress to invent!
gate the arrest and extraditiotiandto
report their findings.
INVITES GOV. WILSON..
him. makes of his persecutors crimin
al without the semblance of right mo
tive. It la well for the public to under
stand that the man who owned the
Los Angeles Times waa man who
cared little for law unless the law
wa intended for the other fellow.
Then he waa a great stickler for law.
And h is a man to whom little in the ! . PORTLAND. Or. April 25 -The
..w , ... . . Jackson Democratic Club today wired
ay of what is generally known ax to Governor Woodrow Wilson, at Tren
humanitarian is due. So ther is no' ton, X. J.. asking him to speak at a
sympathy due to the owner of the! Public meeting in Portland under the
Time in any event; but to tbe inno'club, au"P'c". lh nllt of May 19
rent , ,.,, : The club s executive committee wlH
' ,u i met this week and arrange details
plosion there Is another consideration . it is regarded as a foregone con-
ue, ana u is because of them that elusion that Wilson wljl agree to
the maa who committed the crime Pak The meeting probably will be
shotUd b punished. ' hId ln tn Armoo'.
v " I 1 l IOrRf't BOURNE PROVIDES WEST M0NEYT
ui. uns rusnes into print, that
there la a story of carelessness aboui SALEM. Or.. April 15. (Special.)
th Times building that led to th ex- The charge is being made that Sena-
fwawn. a ui mat no man set off tor Jonathan Bourn furnished the
bomb. If this It true Col. Otla would money needed for the Gov. West cam-
n ior mousann of dollars In palgn. and not a few believe it. OH
damagea, and wall be knows it Here- cott. the man who is said to Rave spent
'n on may see the Colonel's anxietv it tnat aimniv tanhi .Kin ik. rm.
I aV. - -.- m mm . s -. M I
i J - j
VILL CE INSTITUTED
DEMOCRATS DCTIRMINED TO
CURTAIL THE COST 0" TH1
POOR MAN'S LIVING.
WASHINGTON, April 15 Th fr
list bill waa taken up la th Hous
today, and for several days It will hold
th renter of tb legislative stag.
Chairman I'nderwood, of lb waya and
means rummltte. In explaining th
proposed meaaure, acknowledged that
it would mean a reduction In govern
ment revenue by at least $10,000,000
a year, but declared that thla would
be more than met by government
Mr. I'nderwoiMl announced that thla
was only the beginning of th Demo
cratlo revision of th tariff. "W pur-
poe to revla th tariff schedul by
schedule." he said. -
Th minority reNrt onJh free list
bill, signed by all of th Hepubllrana
on tb way and means committee,
declares that th mcasur rvpreaenta
a "transparent attempt at th manu
facture of political capital."
Small Dcposltt Wanted
Wa ncaurag 0m bus w,y ,000un. .
war. ' Stain . j,,
Th amall dsnoaltsr f Uday b0m th .
Mors p.opl would aa bank a.posltor If IsW
h.lp In bulldlna their srsdlt and th.l, kw HZh
0pnlr.9 a haaklng acunt hr I th f)r '
The Bant of Oreson City
O C. LATOURBTTl Prwaldm
THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK
n URLwn UTY, OREGON
Tra t a Weal lanhtni wt4aea.
I "-sbbbbbw aaa-
A Nsw Kind of U Craam.
Small boys and peopl of poor di
gestion need no longer curb their ap
petite for c cream, for tba mora larto
tbey eat tb healthier they will be
come. Lacto I a new froien dairy
product In vented by tb Iowa Ex
periment Station. . Jt Is mad of lop
pered whole or aklm milk, with th ad
dltloa of eggs, sugar, lemon a. and flav
oring material,, It has 'artery pleasant
flavor, and It aupllea th body with
lactic acid bacteria, which mlnent
scientists say la h mean of Improving
4 health and prolonging llf. Copies of
W d nral rpalrlri wrkfl maehlaary mad to
wwrfc a iw. Sxpart with aalln nolns.
Phonasi Main t(H Ha my, '
, tOt FOURTH STRICT OREGON CITY.
waa woo by WJ. Wilson. Thla prig la secured he ll n , bs in. a.-,
ws. wo. by IW. M. C Strickland. h& , If a f.w uk cho" . t,
has a very handsome driver and la situation in rf an
Justly entitled to nrst place and all have them f.r i.-iuh trZTS
th honor, that are due th winner. I her pay the oMisid..VS S".
hard work to -u lZL
rhoto Copyright by Aaaartcsui riss Association, mi.
B ESI DENT TAITb brief vacation la Aoguau. Oa, va sa enjoyable
on, and h returned to th caplul th twneflrbfry of a much needed
rest. B was left to hi "own sweet will" la Oeorgla an! passed much
of th Um oa th ttnka and la motoring. Urs. Tsft sud kllsa Helen
Taft war with th president most of the, time and returned with him to
Washington. Tb anapahot of th president waa mad a be was leaving An
fwata to Uka th train that carried htm and hi Dartv to tb nations! ratiltaL
The. president was absent from hi duties about ten day, baring left Waab
tngtoa aooa after th adjournment of congress, Mart h a.
Second Psrfsrmane By Drsmatl Co,
Th second performanc on th naw
stag at TwUta-bt will be a two-aet
Bulletin 11S, describing lacto and tall- comedy ntltlwdfTh American Ha.
Ing how to mak It. will be aent free rem." Thla play will be given oa Hat-
chancei ire . tha- by the end of th
week th fruit will be much more In !
evidence. The California crop this
year, however. I both lat and small,
the result of unfavorable weather.
One of thj local fruit brokers yester
day declared that the crop In tb- Flor,
In district would be at least 30 per
cent short of that of laat year, while
the yield In tb Penryn and New
castle sections would be llttl If at all
more than half a crop. Lot Angele
! not expected to get out anything
like its average output thla season.
NEGRO TROOPS PLENTY.
ATLANTA. Ga., April 25 There ar
more negro troop available her than
ther ar place for them In tb I'nlt
ed States Army.. Recently th local
recruiting station received orders
from the War Department to obtain
negro recruits for the Twenty fourth
Infantry, which waa under orders to
sail for the Philippines. Tb response
waa Instantaneous and In a abort time
more men bad applied than could be
on application to tha Iowa Experiment
Station at Ames, Iowa.
Spring Flood In Russia.
ALEXANDROV8K. Government of
Archangel. Kuaala. April 23. (De
layed In transmission.) Reports from
Western Russia and Siberia tell of tha
sudden arrival of Spring. Th Ice
baa broken up In th rivers and, with
the melting snows, haa caused abnor
mal high watera, which are doing
great damage. . -
urday njiht. May 6. In connection
with tha play will b given also a baa.
ket supper. Th las play given by
tb Twilight peopl wa a bla success
and waa well received by tb audi'
Pared en Booster Day,
tin of the main attractions In tha
wer decorated with Oregon ever
greens and made a very attractive ap
pearanr.. Thla rig waa awarded th
first prize for the best decorated rig.
This entry waa overlooked when th
awards wer published.
Clara McCoy to Maud Peppln. lot
6 and I. block 17. Robertson Rock
Island park ; Soo. -
A. N. Johnson to Otto and Ktlsa
beth TMelke 10 acre, aectlon t,
township S south, range 4 east; 110
William Miller to Malr Miller.
Booster Dav waa tha dec- nortlWMf-Quarter of southeast quar-
Till rtow?fro 1st ,' .
The carriage and horae, "" l.1'," "r" l- a
rated with Oreenn Hood U4 .Ox to George 8.
Strlekland'a. Horse Won P(,rst Priie.
When the award of the priie for
the Horse Show, held In this city on
Saturday, wer published, It waa stat
ed that the first prtxr for alngl driver
Read th Morning Enterprise.
McVey. northeast quarter of southeast
quarter, section 13. township S eouih,
range 6 east, and northeast quarter
tf southeaat quarter, section 10. town,
ship : south, range S east; fio.
N. J. and Noah P. Barnhart to Hal-
mor and Altba N. Rmmona, east two
third of south half, lot 16. Jennings
iMjge; io. - - .
A. r. and M. J. Shulti to C
How, lot II. block . Kslacada: 1120O
C. P. and Ma B. How to Sarah
t.roany, kt . block J. Estacada; 10
rreu ana ranny O. Hnyder to 7.
H. Ihincanaon. Tract I). Boot s Addl-
lion, io Boring Junction; 1700,
J. A. and L K. Thayer to James
wara. part of block M, Oregon City;
James and Eva Ward k te A, P,
Schneider and Klara Schneider, part
ui Bititi s, urrgon city; i
" " wcusen men escape pun-
ichment for in their punishment,
whether guilty or r.ot, will come his
afety from prosper ion for the ex
plosion, and the payment for his own
It Is hard to think that men would
blow up innocent men and women for
uplte' sake, which Is the accusation;
on the other band it has been seen
many times that men who were greedy
port was shown him.
The chickens we have had housed
in open front houses have been
healthy, happy and content; whilst ln
on or two of the tight houses we have
encountered frozen combs.
Berries Coming Mor Freely.
Further shipments from the Los
Ancfles and Florin districts consider
ably Increanfd the supply of strawber
ries la Portland yesterday and the
ger Not In
But In High Cost
Bjr Gorcrnor T. R.. MARSHALL of
The Kind That
DANGER TO THIS COUNTRY IS NOT IN WAR NOR im
FOREIGN ENEMIES. IT IS IN THE SITUATION THAT CftM.
FRONTS THE PEOPLE AT HOME. IN THE ' LAST Pirrv
:-r. t Arte THE STANDARD OF LIVING HAS BEEN RAI8ED
JVIRX HIGH, AND THE HORIZON OF THE PEOPLE IS CORRE
PONOINOLY WIDENED. THEY CAN SEE FURTHER THAN THEY
USED TO. THEIR NEEDS ARE GREATER, THEIR INTELLIGENCE IB
KEENER THEIR AMBITIONS ARE LIVELIER.
Now, when you attempt to pinch the many for the-benefit of the
few there will bo trouble. The GAP between the very rich and the
very poor is TOO VVIE in this country. The rich man, going
'rom Pltil home in his automobile to hia office tnd home again,
doea not rub elbows with the man reared in a pine cradle, who works
for a pittance, with nnthintr tn lnnlr
- it . w wut vuiw iu m uiuw
Anffin ,Tkm-l. VrvriTTX'-n TXT nMfirny i ' . ., .
i'wiini.njr jjmjo.jix oeiwoon in em. in
,' CDite of thn
pourinf? into this country, the STANDARD OF AMERICANS IS
STEADILY IMPROVING, and the poor man wants to know why
he doesn't get a arjuare deal. He will get a better deal for his children
or JsXQ'.V TILE REASON WIIY. - . ;
Our New Steel Die Embossing
Machine IS THE THING
In 'the front rank of the
Or0n City Mark.
Ther I an uncertainty Id tb mar
acta today. Thos who obJct to th
chanslna of the tariff by tba Demo
crats biare u uncertainty on tba
prospcis or a enang and say that
tb chaos Id prices ar aloof tb
line or mings mat ar likely to b
cbaoicod In tb schedule la th
case a railinc off la Id nroenoct.
Wber there ar oearly abautd
stneka the teodencv Is tin want a
Where th new products of tb aea-
son ar soon to show up tb prle Is
dowoward axaln. Tbr la no reneral
protest (Ion that I Influencloa roar
aiia unless on count tb tariff tink
ering aa In that class. t
APPLES Local stork la command
Ins; from fl to $2 bushel, with Tef
few la th country of any kind and
fewer yet that will get th hlgHer
price. Hood River stock Is bringing
$2.60 for good and a llttl more for
POTATOES Prlcea for tubers are
still climbing and have goae over 11.60
and $1.75, with aom fancy stock
bringing $J.25. Eatra fancy will bring
almost anything one csn isk In small
lots, on dealer aaya be will pay $1
i"r wnoie car Kma. and If tb car
wooie. Bast ,-oui,, t tk
bav bn cunsutin-d. ,
laat report j onion. trt ,Z!,J?;
but oih,.r vsgwabk rua
about tb me. ooloMIHe.ti!
aad carrot 75c 1.1 ft uck. strarta!
IO $1 14 sack, rabbag Jc aowT sf
vgtablea ax rininf la. aMaita
la sandlaa- nmv iki.. .rTv"
prlrw. Local ledur salli a Z j
radlabaa sc. onltms lc; CallforakTS !
lac 10c bead, asparagus 10 la ttu.
Mslcan tomatoei io potac,
rix)im ANt rEBo-uw, A.,.
In flour; aelllng dnw i n wnTiag '
niB loom fa 1,9, SOSMailatD
II SO. In f4 ih toodeacy b
ward. , Dran commaais $9 a
121. shorts $: to niM ivk
$30, process bsrlrjr !Jv WsOla m
t. eracked corn uo..."
WHRAT-Ths local aurM ar
wheat la a trin baiter an (to pte
advancing a Utile from tan rtpon.
In fact prices are oa ta efiak M
with llttl outward mnlNtiiioai
I boa who bav it ar boMiaf m
new price are rnale tt'i I ttnej
baada who won't let go. Blot sta
Sc. club lie l HKc.
!IAT--Thr j a baUar sMfiasS
In bay and -prices art a tlttX km.
Plenty f bay etrffjt ajtslla, 1st a
getting scarcer and higher. Ttasoj
III to HI. clover $10 to til May
tit. mled tU to $11, altallaMlls;
OATB Uealrr buying (Br sfclaasj
to meat tb demand la th dust fsv
log gray $25. whit $14 M tot if
that tba market la wk aat asdi
BUTTER Prices very k rtt
loo and 16c fair for ordinary muOj.
fancy dairy will bring lit laj IK
creamery commands Ite isi K
There It plenty In the eooitrr aa
the demand la well iuppflet
EOflH The price has slid Im
another peg with 17o tha baa oat k
being paid .unless one has 1 skaa
pat tb product, gnlpplof sal tnr
brisk but no trouble ta supply kxJ
POITLTRT fiot so stroofMI"'
wka ago; IllUe stock cfferel
that of not th best hens "
IHn and t Ac nlil rtmaters 108. krtkS
22c to 24e. duck 17c to l$t
feringa of larger fowla .
uinnlmn Kx naafld. laHan B,
dry bides lie to 14c, tbt t&
to tlfl each. "...
WOOLr-Away ilows sow. W
lie; some say In ympathyrtt
that Congress will tamper tiai"
tariff on It; little demsad
a no one seems to wani
band; Eastern and Central Wa
reported at to to 11c.
w ftn A m T. krlak ta Ull fl
nvUAin i '' - ( u
th prlcea offered. Quotations "
to 12c and priced goln sp " 9
i unci; rn L. k.i
till going, no one dsras to W
hold, now quoted at )2o to W"
Io to Ma for prunes sna w -
to sell at that. . 4-
m a C.rv in 111 ur m
10 lb, sack, half gnnino tw -
100 lb. sacks.
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III O ''"8wrlioclauriilahlbaa. OuraanUevarjrliriai
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JO atOMaty ItlQUIaJtfo nnul you reori.e Snd mHVZ
.nuTj-m. n ampioanjronaanrwh'-rein ,hP "'iSiaiaurlal
t-tfiiH. and allow TIN OAra'
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