Morning enterprise. (Oregon City, Or.) 1911-1933, May 06, 1911, Page 4, Image 4

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    JIORXIKU JCNTKKPKiaE, SATUttlUY. MAY 6, 1911.
Pancakes and
Pumpkin Pics
, i
0 hi QCAO
efrheaa had
w,h was ktr wartis I
The has eat gat asaaag '
Am uay
f"W earv.
w( SW ansa
th n Wra aad
; the abr hrafc W w4
hud stp far MOt aasl bad mH part
1 to pay eaT fb hiSa.
y. war An saftr
rh af a iWu j
a th nrtn. a tts
ow row voir.
af W Hm- ta
itHM it k uitt hm
l e ljOrj.si. . Ta lads.- ta
Nt Tnaraaay vuag ta aorUI
aicet atli aocwr. an th frtll ins
ill hav arg th program
PaAoiag lU b a of b featnr
erf ik -rng. an1 tc cream sad
rak iU) ai int4
I T TW r imu
1 . aa
I twh ivmiikf mmmM' mt I I
, I nf ar aewn re- J -" " force la (a Cirmlt
h ft " " V" w" - " I Tlmcm Oris Thajec. to
V , 1 J 1 j sarg ear. af arred f " lrUt eauv aaa ssarrW January X. 1
i v U ww ad a II I tfc I ax tw chiUcca.
-"JT -is AAA tte .-an. rv r r great rrv for i learn, and Clears, aaaa 11
2
aad hair cajtful
iwwi a
mur trath. Kit watt,
twa tai a huriered
Uh and hat tkirrt
i raatUnt t lb
afker ama4
vaa i fait
era aAar liiim
aiobrnwtiax
"Vacktac Utfaj
TVa IU at
lev amiaataa.- a m
aval a4ar ta aaja
yaa gat a kaaaaad m
artr
aaal i( Raty.
t mt tw hot aaa far
tree "Hartal
TV-a ta viArw taa kiai that ah
i alaaw mat m rlrtiai mt CI hart Ka
arat
waaat vaiaaac
hrav fraat. h r the
i arpai7 aa4 a4aatratk.
aj. t'fnk. ITa hara bacar hr aaj4
aa ha ttMH ta i,iaa arft aJa h
an a mrmrit m4 I
tl av rai taat -ark.ta t
a tha ararat atrvak f hart a aaaa rrr
ha. aW I'm (ama( ta via
"Ta thar hea a mtmrj ta w4
ataacr aha aaaaC
Tm taurine arva4 far aaanr
Chtaw hectcr. rm rrrOa oXcra
taccthcr ta pa ta Jtra Tart. Aaat Sai
17. ea cak?"
TVa ha4 ta 4a It far Aaovt forty
aW ajarvera. vt: refl
with mirpr4 rraaav If at hi
out thai ta taJtTlAaaJ rjia htir
lha raw. fill aaUr rw-hiraa fafl aa
Hrv fc ftac ar th xa a ad
X ta raaw ha raa af arataa- ta
hala. ftaaaa tikr a aea rlaaaaiaa
hi thai.
naar rartan for proa mtp tm
rhl tha aaatlax Battp4 ta -rtHL
Tata rtet f rl
-tMr4 aaat af thirk ma.
wtitaa T alt cr aa4 ra;4rrj r
rr7 jatty. tn- thorah!r
ztiaJa tha proaa pit (haa aa4 rua
thraa throvrh a. viadr. hat aroai
rmbhlBX tha atlaahraoch aa aaa. h aa
piirnic. Baat tha vhJtaa of ta cxa
or mxh. tha by pw twat
ma lata mt4 pruoa. If at in
i ta aJt ta taat m&& a ta
ajcanfaJ of acmr.
Th tV4jra7 af thia iafe AtvmmA
T7 apoa ta thorveraaaa with
which tha taTTtta art "T4ta t
rur. a wU twt tecTther
per tvta a r iaa. Whip ta rrraai
preaB rra!y wrrr the top f pot
Cis. thca fxt th vhlrtwv rrcaai
nth biu of th JCy ftrr with
1 1 r. tf prrfrrraC vtth a rastanl
froai th fhta f ati tx.
ta hMHial of th va aaO
th vrtra. Bn
a- rnaU It h
If thta ni racr arrr aaalrl-
plted! nv auar parta raa
TM iaflaraca U thia d-rnioaj
That ta th ata.
T. jatTi hai ta rank memt aa4
tttart. hat ha raa rt aerialty
Haw yva eah4 aoaaethinc that
erarybedr has prajaedr
. mimt a hrtr. atraorw. hat Pra
tft7 fMpli praiaa aoy puaptia
-Atythiac iar
aty paartfcta. Wha thry a4
f hav a hotel fen try th
la I aaa4 ta aeO ' ' ptaaptia jot.
daaraa at paopat aaa U rata her
ta eat aiy paacatea. Oh. 1 gtx bM af
pralac."
-Aaythin- pcratiar a boot yaw plea
a4 paacakee?" akd th p4dW
"I t at aa thcra vat. bet they
C tb prtla. Kbb it vaa a poraUar
tviat f th vratt Saaaa folks aaia
"ParaJiar tvtst, rt? Weil. thaTa
Kw Tart la aJvaya looklac for
porallar tviata. Cat! TJai! A pa
ratlar twist la Jfrw Tort nuaas a bar
rrt of saeaty for th tvhrtcr. Look
her. aw. G th stuff ta th hooa
f aaak plea sad paacakee T
With tmabUa- tipa aa4 tear ready
t start. Aaat Bally rrpUd a was
eery poor.
Tbea tau at what ta wasted sad
fit dxlre rr ta Bristol aad frt tL
in ha caaaed paaapkia thai time of
yaar. hat wall asata that do. Gm
Twa atodsua aland rbirkrua. aoe
f raw aaaatf. oo sJk-v f
a frw krbm. a UrtJ rh
aaralry. aeaaantap f aait aad p;t-r.
rwa carfttle of cwid water, aa bp
has tahteaaoafai owtrd cU
Oa. osta fatry. a raw cz. aw
hard routed e aad a few alra'f
UKJOXISTS TRIUMPH.
raea ba t faraaa 'Aeraa Aaaaat
Lahar la Laa aslss.
Kar Vfay IS. 1X th aniaut f
La Aareie hae hea atratcllac f
th rirat t arraaa. whbh rifht ha
oraie4 rbeca by aWI Knt vd
eaa4Ter. Oa the dale sueattuaed the
of th brewing Indoor ry were
Wlrev t leae rhrtr ptaoea. Khortty
anerward the lra trade were dra
tat tae rwnliil The kaswe was the
0vrc.
salt for 4i
Coart acaiaat
a bass ahe
4 Thay
Loask. a4 II
yeara. Mrs
Thar atya her busbaad raraed aad
or at hr.
Sad t Moratrg' Katerpnaa.
RULE OF CAPITAL.
How Democracy Is Choked
- Pittsbur, D.$trkt
In
Cat th rhirteas lata aeau amail
JBta aad UU otit the booe. 8tla
th aaaaepea. Pat the boaea. aerka
aad fteard tat a twa , with eaeufh
eo4 water ta ror thna; also the
alaa, hertai aad aeaaoeia Let all
almaaee reatly for aa hoar aad a half.
Pt a layer of ralckea ta a croddlne
Ua, thea aaca si Ires of rold bam aad
hard boiled eft gpriakl er tbeae
rsey. peptr aad aalt.
few dart it the Wlelaad area
af th rwtal Brewery of raa FTa
rlar aad th aeetsry f th Raa Ire
Brewiac rotaiaay arttled their differ
area wtth their fsrearr etnulareea.
Th ajtreeaarot rearhed (Taat t
mmnm aaofi. aa larreaa Mil
wajrea r- the workaira aad the
reraoeal frwa th brewertea of the
Oik breakers.
Th! la rheertac aewa. W rwarrat
alat hearrQy the trad aatuotets lai
saediately coartriied aa wrU a th.e
who ar atlQ eaxmred la battle The
a la food. Vk-torr reata with ta.
war earaera aa th reaait f the mm
pietioa of thia loe drawa ovt ruaarat
Thla. however, la hot a prWlBtlaary
trltJDph. aad others are rare to roate
speedily la Its wake. By It tb bark
hna of the oppoaltlua f trade aaka-
Wvm la th rraetly atra-kee aad op
priaxd CaHfornla rlry la bmtea. aad
tt ts oaly aoreasary so fee the aak
hrt forces to rharrt with aa nawarer-la-
front all aloe tb llae. By so do
In they will aona aweep their Wtter
aad atallxiiaat fuea Into the pabltr roa
teaipt they so rk hly snertt.
PUY DAY. FOR CHILDREN.
TEMPER OF STEEL WORKERS.
Mill BAIT FOR
SpvtlCw. Efforts to Ca'ca
Tt:a h tz Cllmala
WW ni
IN aoen At
aariaa
readlnt a
tb Uaa Haa Reawtt
CoasVt. That Make Far
wm aa latatrab)e !
ad la
aat Ma CKaf4.
I rem
Plan
t ataka Labor 0s Gesatast
Hei.aay ef tb Vsar.
A plan wkirb may result In tuakluc
Bapeat the tarera tlfl th dtsh l. rntt fiAbor dy;f aarlooal play djy mm
caea poor la the e4d water. Put oa
u ua ot pastry. Lierorat It with
Joarea of pastry, giate It with beaten
rt"X aad bake for two boars la a qalrk
w bet-la with and then In a
Whea It bj oVjo rift oat tb
crater ornament sod poor la tb aKxk
amad frota th boaea.
"Bat I doat aaderstaad."
Tnea listen lo at. I'as lookiaf ta
go lo Kew Tort aad epea a raach
pfav- Theaa'a got to b aoaBcthia to
aarcroa tt. I hare rot ta bar a
pormUar twist to some dish. If yawre
got a twlet oa passptla plea aad pa a
eat oar fortaac ar aaade. Ill dl-
rld with yom.
Tb aatoelBbed aad floatrated Aaat
ally told the peddler what she moat
antra to snake a trial oa. aad b dror
away aad retaraed wtth tbea. Tbea
to took th as aad cat op a lot of
wood aad thea pot la two boora
work ia th fsnVa By that time the
plea aad paarakea were ready for htm
H locked with a pleaaed eye at the
oep rich l.rwwn. aad he minced asd
rhewed with tW palate of so epicure
Thea to deeoared. He "Weed down
tw pvatpkla pte aad more thaa half
a doaen paarakea aad tbea abveed
bark aad as id:
-widow, yoor rot ur
Tto pom liar twiatr
Thar a tt. Nerer ate sorh pie and
paarakea la cay life. We'll bar an
Kw Tort runalac after 'eta. Now
yoc. oMt keep qalet for a month or so
t . ..... .
warn i aeu nay Dorse aad wiron
aad stock. I want to borrow erery
avtHtar I raa. aad I want to to to tb
y and look ap a place. Wbea I'm
ready IU rom for yoa."
Bot I'm old. aad I'm homely, and I
taint rot no rd rlothet.- ah pro
tetd "Doa't yoa worry about that Ton
yt prartlc away oa that twist of tb
wriat aad zpert m bark bre In foot
week."
whether t ranter or New Yorker,
yoo'r aeen th pla you're luacbed
tber. Tb alrbt of Aaot Bally la the
window with tor calico dreaa and
whit collar frylog tbe but brown
paarakea at a raa store has mad yoo
boot ry at ooca. Tea, there's a aim to
tH yea that tte Aoot Rally and an
other tetllnc of fcr pumpkin plea, and
kwld tb plac yooTi flM rerytblnf
aa clean as a nw told dollar and tb
et-tln peddler koeptot an eje on walt
f and patroaa.
- Tb "twtf caorbt on from the first
day, and It la ataylnc right by tb
Par. Hondrada of tboiisanda of
paopU bar rom to know Annt Hallt
sVhB alkkA a '
i. ana mere ar
tewe That Ara Good ta Eat.
A rariatioa of tb old Mm Irish
tow haa th meat rooked with toma
toea. pepper and potato la plac of
th aaaal carrots and other regetabie.
For a brown stew rat tto rooked or
arooked meat la ptorea. roD them la
low aad fry them browa la diipplngt
The torn la bat water aad boU anUJ
tto aaaat la withla flfteea mlaataa of
tolag tender. Add potatoes cut la
place, a greea pepper or two with
th aeeda remored. and rot la piece
aweet red pepper or two DreoarMl
la th aaas way and a half cnpfol of
tomatoea. Keaaon with aalt. pepper
aad a little paprika.
Clan Frrttara.
Tb following batter ia excellent for
dam fritters: 81ft a plat of floor with
a teaspoonfol each of aalt. turar and
cream of tartar and half a teaapoonfa
of odt. Add a tabieepoonfol of melt
ed hotter, one egg and half a pint of
milk. Mix tb flour, turar. salt, soda
and cream of Urtar together and rub
uuroga a aier. Whip th egg Ull
rery light and etlr It Into the milk.
thea bett It gradoally Into tb dry lo
gredleou. When tb Utter U smooth
Ur a ery actDt pint of chopped clams
into it. taking care not to add enotirh
clam Julc to nyjisten It too much, fry
oa a hot griddle.
aoggested by Frawts T. Sltiiuiou
preaklrnt or the Uo-oIb ark l-ird.
at tto dlnaer given recently by the
Playgroond Association of 'hfc sV'o to
Joseph. Iee, preaideot of the I'Uy
groond AaaorUtla of Amrrtra.
Mr. ftlmmona aaggrated that aU park
boards and rommlaaion and all char
ttabl and other similar organlxatlooa
should begio preparatloa at wore to
atake Labor day tb biggest holiday
of tb year. The aatcearion was sec
onded by Jane A Adams, who ia her
addrea added tto further auggeatioa
that a law be passed to convert er
ery vacant lot Into a playground anfll
eold for os as a bolldlng site.
Mr. Lee. who spoke of the work .
the riaygrouod aaswiatioo, aaid thai
Chicago led the country In play apota
for children.
"Play is growth; It is the way a
child beromea a man." be said. The
ports of today ar too unreal. In
heball and football and other gamea
we boy aome one rise's play. What
we need lo do la to encourag the blg
Injun' spirit of the boy, but encourage
It under aopervlslon."
Trade Union Notes.
NapJtan Cake.
For neapolltan cake prenar two
cak tatters, on white and tto other
yellow, and divide each batter Into two
part. Color one naif of tb white bat-
ier. a beautiful,, pink . and - leave, the
other half white. Color and fla vor ona
half of tb yellow batter with choco
late. Bak each of th cake la layer
tonn ana when cold plac tto layers
Boston Photo-engravers' l.'nlon haa
discontinued all oat of work asaesa
menu, there being no further nd of
tbeni.
The Kbeet Metal workers' union of
Boston baa increaaed Its death beneiit
to WUO and ibw eiterdl its sick and
accident benefit system. .
Tb new prlr list for tasters of tb
southeastern MaasacbasetU district
haa been agreed upon. It grants bet
trr price thaa the old schedule.
Hpeaklng before an audience of tbe
metal workers of Toledo, Batnuel Com
per declared himself unalterably op
poaed to the amalgamation of tbe
thirty-eight divisions of their trade.
""The Qu Inry TMiss.j granite- cuttem
onlons have entered Into a new live
year agreement, effective March 1, by
which an Increase of about VA per
together with a nice soft Icing flavored i"11 on ,D l rured by the
with orange Julc. Tb yellow layer I n-
may urn navoreq wltk oranir luic If
desired and tb white flavored with
vanilla or almond. Tb pink mar be
flavored with strawberry or roe.
PPPe Nuta,
Of pound of pulverized stirar. ona
pound of floor tvery scant), three ears.
two ounce of chopped citron, on ta
bieepoonfol of cinnamon, on aaarter
of a tea spoonful of clove, one-quarter
f teaapoonful of Deuoer. one-cm r-
tr of a pound of chonned
ta. Beat tbe an ear and erra ona
our, then add tb other Ingredient,
tto citron last. Put In llttl lamoa In
greased pan. Bak In moderate oven
lltMtiaT tmm
srfTllUr atlVaf tuJ at !
LTX .nZ J.V,W" tb i yor " ttractiv sundae prep. r.
.. . ' many aherbt rMes at there
ap wna ner ex
anan) . -.
"aad to think that Pv got money
In tto bank aad won't bav to 41 In
th poorhoa!
aa mere ar
gueata to be aerrd and sprinkle each
wttb tnloced aft" meat - and paor
around It soma finely flavored simp
from a Jar of tto tost praasrvad gla-
Ate Yoa a Stthsctibet to the
Nevr DaUy?
b'wr" bfor t ta booatlpg Oregon City and Clackamas County. Tour
aopport maan more trengtb, tor tto work.
Will Yoti Help Boost yout own Interests?
RW Uarrtar. 1 nap
tr ktoil. i rmr... M
raw MSM aaa .u.. "
Th Han Francisco Typograpbica
union la making arrangement for the
entertainment of 5,000 delegates dur
ing tbe month of Angust, when tbe
annual convention of tha International
Typographical union will te held.
To fore John B. Lennon, national
treaaurer of tbe American Federation
of Labor, out of the National Civic
federation a motion waa adonfed h
th Seattle Tailors' union to exclude all
member of that organization from th
National Civic federation.
The t;ary find.) Illinois steel plant
recently notified 1,000 men who bare
been laid off for a considerable time to
report for duty. Another 2.000 men
will t taken back In tb same plant
on April 5, when tb full quota of
7.000 men will be at work.
Th Cleveland city council unani
mously indorsed Representative p.
ana bill to limit thw working day of
all' fenaalea employed In ma an facta b
tng, mercantile or other commercial es-
tapiiMhment to eight hour and ttolr
working week to forty-eight hours
Nw tourc of Read Material.
W. II. Matton la taking aamplet of
the cement gravel from th county's
gravel near Barton, wlfh th Idea of
having th Portland Railway Company
put a apur Into th pit from th main
line so that gravel may b hauled to
th various districts along tb rail
way. If he la successful aa he hop to
b, th northern part of the county
will hav new sourc of excellent
road material.
r M! A. riTCrl tn tun.
"Maety-alae per real of the atea are
8orialata, if by that jvm ateaa wh.i
hat a rapilalrst.'' aaid a aa aorklag
saaa f geaaia breediiig bai ur
t taow la PHtsbara Ihls stttiod
th oat rota f a trnm iiui k.
-a atowly auklag headaay atu.
IS2 whea II. C. Ft k arat the araxHl
akertia gaards to drlre the strtk
ln wartaaea off tb r-oaaiiaa
t noanestead
I aW raoaatna cxmdltha wi-t na
mea devalop T-nmaxa ftlnr w ii h re-
pert to auca af tbe toore fundaatea
tal qaeatloa of tbetr Uvea.' This la e
perially true la a crisis sirs ml a.
differences ar ftirrotfeo. It waa Inu
la 18EC at Iloaumtrad. and it waa
agaia la February. lt when, with
the mills oiwratlag oa torelr one
fourth tlate. the CsrooKte Rteel rou
Py rat rrum to t per rent th
of ia who wer not durtn
tha earn In eooach to lire
Tto lengthening of tbe worklnc
flay, the choking of dnxwrsttc lustt
tattoos aad lb cwn It sway of t tt
eanptoyera hav wurknl it ox ire than
wetl organ lard induatrtal machine
Tto flash of IndtKnatioa bate did
away often, but ea b time tbe emrx-r
hav glowed a llttl redVr.
Tto te worker sees oo every sM
vldeor of aa Irreslstll.le power. It
teiia him what wagrs be may expn-t to
re-l aad where and when b must
work. If h prutrsts b l Ignored or
rebuked. If he talks It ver with hU
fellow workmen be ts likely to be dla
narged. That th overwhelming ma
Jorlty of ateel aurkers ar bitter t
ward their employ era no oo who has
mingled with theai enough to catrh
their spirit ran deny.
-Among tb .EaglUb arklag work
era, from tb staudimlnt of their atti
tod toward their w.k. there ar four
claaana. In a certain element amoni;
tham enthoalaaat la forgotten. Tber
ar th older mew who bav waited for
a revival of something like democracy
tm western rraasrlvanla. lint h..
deferred maketb tto heart si. k." Tbe
year bar don their work. Tame
men look dull eyed oa a world from
which the brightness Is tone.
This group, wall numerically stronr
ka a ma II compared with the whole body
or employee. Among tbe moat there
xist vsrying kind and degrees of
nope
A majority of the workmen feel thai
it 1 only through tbelr effort. and
mat of the community toretber liun. li
ed against tbe opposing powers that
weir industrial freedom Is to be wou
There la still a firm belief on the nart
of many that sum day tb mills wllf
b nnlouized. Tto argument Is logical
ltuatWn la growing Intolerable,
in workmen say; there la a limit to
human endurance, and when that point
is reacne the men will rise as one.
organic and make tbelr demands
which then cannot, tbey bold. I safe
ly refused
But yeara hav goo by since union
lam waa overthrown, and every twelve
montn lias seen tto control of the
employers grow more nearly absolute
T . ...
ooaer sucn condition eoclallsm 1
making headway. Thla cornea from a
turning away from a political organi
sation that bis lovlted the iupjwrt of
wortingtnen. yet failed to Interest It
elf In any Important legislation for
their benefit. If tbe workmen were
one roDTlnced that there etlsted
possibility of tb election of the go
clallat candidate ther would follow
mor than a landslide; It would he
avalanche.
Tb last group I approach with heal
tancy. for many regard aa aensatlonal
any statement of fact that rune conn-
ter to their own experiences. There
i a group of workmen In the ateel
uiatnci whose social hope Involve
physical resistance. How widely they
may prevail l do not know, but It
seemed to me 'significant that some of
m most intelligent should bold the
rlew that tbe only way out of tbe sit
uation la through an appeal to force.
Horn will deny th existence of any
injustice in toe institutions of society
mat may not d remedied by Individ.
oat effort.
Tboae who defend exlstint condi
tion In th ateel mills also resort to
tto "high wage- theory. But men
ar not recompenaed according to tb
dgre of risk Involved In their trades.
At best It la possible to determine a
cissa naa, not an Individual one, and
th workman's problem Is Individual.
Br MMII A. t Pit ft TON.
mertcaa wepapra an
ring advrtlamata and
aotkwa designed lo lur
ar fs raters lat Canada Pr
hly thla stuff la paid for. t
la hard ta aaderstaad why anybody
outd pabllsb It for any other res
That glv to tto who! traus-
adtoa a rertala fla old Beaedlrt Ar
hold flavor. Arnold waa paid also
II oaly tried to eel I a fort to tb
British, however. Tb parpoa her
ama to b to aell Aatartcaa rltlaeua
to tto. British. Tto probability la that
thla kind of treasoa wlU fall aa elg
aally aa did tto other. ! It waa ipu
r that lalbd Arnolds little
acaeasa Per ha pa tb aam method
will help la th preasnt raaa! .
tt I easy t aaderatand why tb
Can dla a goverameat should try to la
dar paopl to aettl oa Its lands. Kv
ary aa It raa mt procar la aa asset.
n hacome a proJoceT aad a tatpay-
r. It la a llttl harder to s a by aoy
ABMStraa awapapr r syndicate f
ppra ahoakl to aopatrlotlc aough to I
prial tto asatter prepared by tto Ca
ts dla a goveraateet to furttor this
porpoa. va though paid straight ad
fartlalag rat for tto spar, star
ach Aaterlraa faraaar lnducd to go
t Caaada toraaa af tbea advertlas
toata aaeaaa tto lea af a aubarrlber
sad a rorreapoudlng lose to tto mer
chants with whom tto Danee doe
aad to tto rota inanity la
which It la pabltetod. Tto bardaat
thing f all to comprehend, however,
la why say A mertcaa farmer a boa Id
to misted by thla advertising aad
pr agent material Into going Into a i
trosea aad aparaiy aettiad wtklaraaaa
aad lata reaouaclng tb stsrs aad 1
atrlpea for tto British flag.
Aatriea Aem Still IrailabU.
Thr ar still millions of acre of !
land opea to entry la the Catted I
State. Outaid of tb- reservation
there la tb eoortnuua expana of Til.- !
WW.X acre. If Alaska to excluded,
aad that la fully as dealrall as sow
f thia Cans dla a land, ttor ar etlll
-t3.P71.C7l acres In tto l ulled Vial
propr that ar ope for entry. Allow
ing 110 acre to a farm, thla give
room for 2.I40.R23 families. If forty
acre b allowed to each farm there
oold to space for four time as
ma ay, or nearly lO.orm.ono famllle.
approximately 50.Ono.OtO pooU. Thla
la outaid of th forest and other reser
vations, much of tb land on which Is
opo ror settlement on aasv terina4
Loci Ram still haa plenty of sot! for
his people, plenty to hold comfortably
twlc as ma ay aa bow Inhabit his domain.
Thla land atlll open for entry la erat
tared sll tb wsy from Florida to
California aad from Minnesota to tb
gulf- Tto conatant spread of Irrlga- I
tloa la bringing thousands of acre Into I
profltabl smalt farms where as much
" mao rrom an acre aa from fir
acre la many other sections rwn
tto II f giving streams th so railed
America a dsrt la dlaatpearln Out.
aid of th reclamation belt tber ar
ventaui empires of desirable land
awaiting ntry. Minnesota alone haa
thaa IJiOO.OfN) acrea. V.t,r..v.
haa Baarly 2.000.()t)0 acre. freeon
Ulna 1710.573 acre. Waahtnn. k.-
a.ivu.iKai, south iNtkota 4JW2.HCH arraa !
worth nakota l.10.fc. Ark.nu.
Florida each has about SoO.aiO acre.
Alsbama. Kansas. Louisiana. Michi
gan. Mleelaalppt. Oklahoma and kits
soorl each haa smaller amounts, whll
Arlaon. California. Colorsda i.i.k
Montana. Nvada, New Mexico. Utah
and Wyoming each haa Immense tract.
ranging from 20.ono.ono to nearly an..
in i
in - .
iJsis(7 4
Jlotlke Neo
BAIL Y ?
The EBogn W
Will You Help Us
-Boost Your Own
Interests?
000.000 acre.
rertll Land For Settler.
Nor la all of thla land arM
wlthoot Irrigation. Very mu"b of It
Is fertile, but hereto form It ha L- -
distent from railroads and therefor
toe not been taken. Much of It can
to tilled by dry farmlna. Th.
of sora of then Immense state, h..
carcely been scratched. In addition
ttor la th emplr of Texas. Th
Texas lands belong to tb state Itself
but ar open to entrv .i. '
m terms aa th government lands
iswoer. Asl.Ie from the Isnrf
to ntry, tber ar millions of farms
already take which can to purchased
t figure that would make them prof-
' l" larmers with a Uttl cash and
K"uiy oi energy.
With th reign of Mh nri
4. - f ' MUU
in movement toward tha cii .
i.. ... '
- uo n.ion on earth offering such or
o rarmer ar the Unit
imim. aii inea ml n. In ..
"""" ra. Tb constant cry
,hat tbr not anougti nrodiica,!
on tb farm.. Th population of tb
" increasing at th r..
PVtAM ml et svswv w w
7"" '.'"vw per year, and most
aaa-th ,,h C,tto"- Th-
mouths mean an Increased mark.t .a
mor prosperity for th farmer. Ther
whan ti. ' Un ,n our hl,,or7
lay at bom than now. Uer la wber
;u" 'P' and where they ar go
ing to Mr In ever Increasing numbers.
Why, ther ar nrsctlcsllr nAt
w - mm Mwuwns
rarma in maiiT of th
carrier, I year $3.00
mail, i year 2.00
Send in Your Name
and Remittance
But wer a ma a to consider himself j tbat ta th handa of enterprising farm
coqio d nude to yMd fortunes
rvnai adrantacea haa r.n.
rerompenaed by high Wffges for long
aours ana lack of touch
Artlsane Meat In Regular Session.
Th Artisans met In regular session
Thursday night at th Woodmen Hall,
and four new members were taken In.
Ith tha
world and for extreme danaer aw.u
la not thereby fecomtiaed. There
must to time In tbe home for the de
velopment of a sentiment not whoiiv
concerned with bread winning and for
the rearing of children etrong In body
UU UI1I1U. i .(
Thero are thre waya In which con
dlflons may to changed through bp
position Interposed by the workers
trad unionism, politics, revolution.
Through either on or othef of these
mere is bound to to a revolution ere
long that ahall have as Its goal th
restoration of democracy to the steel
workers.
New Yarfc Printers' Unisns.
Ther are twenty-on unions of the
printing trades In New York city with
a membership of over 23,000.
Pared to all thla to Induce a s.n. .
to forwr hl American clflsenshlp
w
I Put You ri elf n
Ad-Readers Place...
When you write your classified
I ,TI '.ny klnd 01 d try to e
tac,df1 J ' U Juat the inlormitio
I d t And If you wart M
ad-reader and war. iwi " T
d of that kino. " X
tlluatratai
PLIAtC NOTICE.
To Introdoo Tha MoraJag
Eoterpris Into t large mr
ty of the homes ;n Oregon
City and Clackamas eountr the
management haa 6ald4 to
make a special prlo for tha
dally laauo, for a short time
only, where th subscriber nays
a year In advaao.
By carrUr, paid a year In
aarraa, M M.
Mr aaafl, mmU a yaa ht ad
vaa, aj M.
Paopl who gave our canvaa
r a trial subscription for on
or mor months, at ten nta a "
wk, can have tto dally dativ
ered .for a year for ft 00 by
paring a year la ad vane.
People who gar our eanvaa
er a trial aubaortptioa, ty
mall, for four months at a dol
lar, may hart the paper for a
rf roria.0fl.4f atld air.ln ;
advance.
Subscribers to th Weakly '
Enterprise may change their
aubsortptlons to the daily, re
ceiving credit for naif time on
th dally that the weekly Is
paid (a advance. - When they
shoos to add cash to the ad-
aboo payment equal to a fall
Tear's adrta paymaoA ttor
may take td rax tegs of th 11
rata.- -
We make thla special prie
ao that people) who have paid
la advance on soma other dairy
ana wish to take the Mornaag
BatarprhM, may do so without
ff too groat oxpsnoo. a
e
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eolnps "The Snail. S tell
l.v Ik. UMIIIamaont M
Ckrs
Field. Automobile section. l
ale, II cents.
RIAL tTAfl.
tiAsvaral
Archibald snd Bessi
Minnie J. Mtrs, IH rz
33, township I south, rsui. - j
Ho- ...-fiV
Henry Knight el si to i""-.-
lot 10. block 3, Canoy; i
Loufsn firsnt et al TO
irni.ht fti acres, section
ships aouth. rsnne 1
May M. Merrltt lo MatHe
u'l. Inls 13 t " i
alve, block 13. Mlnthoni; e
T. R. A. ana '""""'" ; ,
JUU OF . . . w
block Oulncv analtion i
1370.
wood tn IOtt Kinne, "-," M
unset Msgscfns Foe May.
"Ml of the West," by Olen
An-
SatiirdayiJ?
Prices
Claret Table Win
Port.VVlnfy
Muscat ai
Chrry. "'"':9lZ
Doubts fltafP n
Vfht,k,y. rgulr .
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D. M.
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