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THURSDAY, MAY 11, 1911.
fliiiUthe only tore .whert the youn men can get
the Alf'd Trousert of tht famous "Society brand"
mike. These trousert come in the new frays, tins,
,tr!p nd mlx!ure - The7 hve ne rrn-nent
Seise, ft top wd are the 'classiest" and most up.
to-dste trousers o( the present ae, for 'younmen knd
men who stay youn, Sec them In our middle
Suapenalon Bridge Corner
a warren, of Oak Orov.
lira, b .. . . . '
I ' ihii rlty on weaneauay
i- ... ... . .
Ur. Albert K"Mt or """T' w"
rit on Tuesday.
Tb4" TPlir I'oton sells berry.
,"jwsas I" 00 Tu.r.
Produce fnloti II(iJKrwni
. ... i-i.h i..fi tbiM week (or Oak
where " orh'
piwliiff Triton nulla Hay ajid
.i. n larkann. of Clalrmont. wss
, Ait y "n 1 """"'
ujrrr gehortiborn, of Eldorado, wa
i Dill rlty n Wednesday.
iM r i'""1! r leaver fwk. wag
i this city ,ou business' Wednesday.
Kr. Crook, of Mull no, wii In this
ft Monniuin View Hunday School
rsl Study IH mvt at the home of
l J. tJfllW" iiiii -
a J et'rHldfUt of the Canby
...i roWtmtiy, was In 'this city on
'Ktday on bualneaa. .
it. ana Mm. Otto Striker., of Eldtv
i, were among m Oregon ciiy
m. visitors on Tueaday.
uu. t t i-('nMlna and Francla
r married by Juatlre of the
Ur. Minnie I my ie vteiting tun
n.r. fii'Mh. of Canemah. Mrs.
(.rvnlilmce la at 0W.'
tlrt Bower, "of Portland, who ha
tliltlng Ma roualn. W. W. II.
fa, ba nttirned homo.
Cm. tth llnrnahuh. of Portland.
Ik Wat of Mlaa Berth Prlebe,
I ar V. M'T. the Portland wool
Waist, was in Oregon flty Wed-
Iff. hUurlcr Illnford. formerly Mlaa
Vtt Gmiit. of Portland, vUttd
Ned kera Tuoaday. ' - v
( t H Sno1raaa, of Mull no, on of
At arawlnant raxlilnta of that Cll.
to h this city W'dnc aday.
IIP. Cat and harlr Clrmnnt. of
Vrtlaid, re In thla rlty on WVdnra.
m.md wara anions I hit tnthualaatlc
VWfffB (t thf falla. '
Itw Wxman'a Club -will mwt nt
V Commirrlnl Club roonia thla af
wooo. knd iho Oprtlon of offlrcra
4 tiU plarn
iihLower ComP''y. r mar
rloaVKMiday. Mra. M. IDrlcKa, who' recently un
ttrrw.it a aurnlcal operation at the
Bfllwwd hoapltal, rftitrnad to thla
rlty Tualx aftrrnoon, and la at the
horn of her brother, Charlea D
Mra J. W. uro.il, a former realdent
of thla city, but now of Marshneld,
haa arrived In thla rlty and la a gueat
at th home of Mra.- E. K. Htory, and
will vlalt other frlenda before return
Inn to Mural, fluid. .
II. Ilemlry, who rerently arrived In
thla. rlty from Canada, haa accepted
a ooaltlon aa aaleaman for the Kl'h
lull lxroihy Mhne Company, of Port
land. Mr. and Mra. Hendry will make
their home In thla rlty.
Mlaa May Uamho, who haa been auf
forliiK from Injmlua rerelved In Feb
ruary, la improving, and, la now able
to leave her room. It will be aome
time ln fcre aha will le able w reaumu
her xi"ltljcjlth the L. Afaliiafore.
Jack Cautleld. who haa been at Man
dan, North Dakota, for the paat two
year, where he baa been engaged In
railroad ronat ruction, haa returned to
hla home lu thla city, lie probably
will locale lu I'ortlund, after vUltlng
at 111 home In thla city.
Amy llartaon and Herbert W.
Pryme were united In marriage on
Weilueiiday afternoon by Itev. 8. A.
Hayirth. pan tor of the Uaptlat
rhurrh. Immediately after the cere
mony the couple left for Portland
their future home. .
The marriage of Mlaa Carrie Brhata
mnn, of Molalla. and Claud Hall, of
thla rlty, waa aolemnlxed on Tueaday
afternoon at the home of Mr. and Mra.
Dudley Woodward. Mra. Woodward he
lug a alater of the bride. The mar
riage ceremony waa performed by
Itev. 8. A. Hayworth.
Mayor O. C llrownell and family
have moved from their Tiome In this
city to tblr handaotue new residence
at (oiirord. where Mr. Brownell haa a
15 acre tract of land. Mr. llrownell
will returned to thla rlty to make hla
realdenre In December .and occupy hla
realdenre here at 002 Klwvemh atreei.
lUndaey and W, O Vaughan, two
yClirkimaa County' moat proml
M borwmci). and realdenta of Can
I, ttrt In thin rlty on hualneaa Wed-
I Ilia Ceorxla Marra. of thla rlty,
mi teen on an vxtenaea viait at
Pranrlaco, hna returned to Ore-
City. Mina Marr vlalted In Aa-
idi bar any home.
Mlaj Lottie Hacker and John Mor
he I employed aa conductor for
0. W. P.. Company, of the Portland
Mr. Chrla Craft, who had been In
a portUtid on account of an operation,
waa forced' to return to Portlnnd fot
further medical treatment! H'-r hu
band apent Bunday with her.
Mr. George llrown waa In Canby on
hualneaa Monday. .
The following letter remain 'Un
called for at the Canby ixwtoffloe'aml
were advertised on May 0: Cummina,
Mra. K. M.; lUxh, J.; Knight, Maude;
lUth, J. 'II.; Itoaa, Mr. Clair E.
Mra. A. II. KnlKbt la Malting frlottd
and relatlvea at Portland thla week.
Mlaa Ollle Jonea, of Portland, la via
King her alater, Mra. Maaterton, of
Mr. George Spencer ha iurrhaaed
The reKular Quarterly Conference
of the M. E. church of Cnnby will meet
on May IS at the church.
THREE IN ONE
Bed. spring and couch called sanitary
coach. We will sell on account of
&m slock for I
Purnlturc ond hardware
It Wouldn't Pay to Advertise
A Poor Article
aiu a m . LA.a -la, aki-aal dairtt
, proportion or aouoirui mmm w, nwnf
htotom A . . .
"y. are DlSCPllMINATINQ. - They know vamea tny "new .
NUlNt thlnga, onulne opportunltlea.
Anlf irtlole whloh can be eold by advertlalno !. by that' teat,
niel. YOU are aafe In btiylnfl a thlnq which haa "etood
of publicity .
Th maker of a widely dvertlaed article, commodity, la U
lyi Wl for hla aualneae life. He lannot ehtrk, nor cheapen hla
et-nd th,s u pj0Mb, protection for the'oonaMmar.
vu are iapY b-uyBg advertised thlnge If stha logic of '
"ya builneaa condition, ' , , '. t .
WILL INVtSTIOATa SUOAH.
WA8HINQT0N, May 4.-Inveatlg4-Won,
not atone of the tngar trut, but
of all branches of the sugar Industry,
waa provided for today by the bouae
tulea committee, which, appointed
Unroot (Republican,. Wis.); pou
(Democrat, . N. .ft), and Kardwlok
(Democrat, da.), a ubKmmlitee to
redraft llardwlck's reaolutlon.-of yea
terday, which waa". aimed oolely
against the sugar1 trust.
A Woman Whe .Taaahaa
the Pear Ho to Cok.v
A. . , ' " -
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Miaa wiNtraau oihss.
One of the liioat uaeful ersons In the
great rlty of New York la Mlaa Wini
fred Gllil. expert dleturluil. MIh
Qlbl shows woukd of the working
claaa bow tbey may exiieud their mea
ger Income to the beat advautage In
the pnrclinite of fotal. Mlaa (libit on
retiet auppllf a family with iicx-
tlons as to w bnt fotal la inimt aulteil for
tbelr needs ami how It should be cflo'rf-i
ed in onlvr" to retain Its tioiirlaliment.
Many Mxr houaewire Ktruirglliiif with
the problem of how to reconcile ber In
come with the hiird fucta of the high
Coat of llvlnir haa reaaop Jo bleaa Mlxa
Uiliba. Mirny a worklngiiiau owes hla
better health iitid lniritiHcI edlclcticy
to lb well cMilsc(J and auxtalnlii); food
which throtiuh her luatructlon hla wife
I eualiletl to provide out of bl aleuder
Income. Liillilren In Hie pulilk acboola,
are runliled to do better work bcoanse
tbelr inotbei-M inch morning can tliiu
provide l hem with good lreiikf.it.
Tbli adding to lite well Ih-Iiik ami cum
fort of imtujr people and Indirectly energising-the
work of the city la no
fueuu iicblevement for one Utile wo
j Mia liibli doe ber work under the
auspice of the New York 8ixict.v For
the Improvement of the Comlltloii of
the Poor. Every day ahe gmn nmnng
the borne of the telieuieiila. where abe
la known only aa the vlxlilnjr cook
Tboae who know how eagerly tuiMt wo
men '"swap rclM will mrt 'In anr
prlaed to learn that aluioat lnvarlnbly
ber apienmiK-e In Hie tenement- la
hailed with pleasure. For several year
abe baa been doing her work, and grad
ually the rcirt of It. spreading to oth
er commuiiltlea. la lending to the eatab
llHbmetit of similar dietary work for the
LOVELY LINGERIE JACKETS.
Silk and Usee Are Uaed For the Meet
. Fetching Models.
Very pretty are the aeaaon'a abort
dreaalng Jnckebt and oegllgei. Tb
soft Dreaden allk with lace and rib
boua make a combination that Is very
charming, as ahown In the picture.
This lace la valeiicleuuea. and the allk
la In psstel shudea of pink and blue.
A ribbon band about tbe bust give
the upr part of the Jncket a yoke
effect. Narrow plaits on tbe aleevea
and on tbe bodice add to Ita ornnteneaa.
The aleevea are of tbe flowing type, pro
fusely gnro lhcd with lace.
Among the moat, admirable rest
ffowna are aome kitnonoa variously
May 14 Is Mothers' Day.
BALEM, Or., May .(Special )
Governor Weat laaued a proclamation
today asking fof the universal obeerv
ance of Mothers' day, next Sunday,
May 14. Flage will be displayed In all
public places and white carnations are
to bo worn as a mark of recognition of
the "purity, beauty, love, cbarlty and
fidelity of all motherhood."
Expenditure for - County - Road - fee
Month of April, 1911.
' Road District No. 1. """
Dnall A Company , , f 62.00
A. It. Klrkley .;. 45.0Q
O. A. Battlo 92.50
H. A. Bat tin 100.00
J. A. Davla 12.50
A. Millard 43.89
C. E. Baltln 67,60
Wm. Smart ....,, S2.60
Clevot Battln 29.26
J. Hunter -. ;.. 29.25
D. Kelt 24.75
O. Newton 20.25
Dan Carney i . SO.OO
Roy Otty 37.60
Read District No. 2. ;
Al Tate ............. 77 X 10.25
Oeorge Wlcklund 27.50
X.'V. Wlcalund ...,.... 12.50
P. Hanley 4, -17.60
J. W. Bennett . . . . 27.50
A. Mather 1.00
W. miaberlach 17.95
W. H. Smith '. ' 15.43
Wm. Stone .', 15.00
1 Road District No S. ..
W. W. Cooke
' v : : " t
B4. natan , , ,
It Lebeks V.V.7.7..".""
Chss. Krebs ........
Paul B. Melnlg
Nick Barch ..... .'
V. Gorse ....
John 8mlth .
Chas, Bailey ........
Win, Btrack ... ......
r. O. Cooke .....:.V..
Earl Tong ...'.".T,7Z
Marlon Tong ..........
Herman Gerbardua, Br
Harold Gerbardua ...... .
Fred Eckert ;
Elmer Tong .'.
J. H. llowerman .".
V, Guatarson ,
Mr. Dalm A
Fred Commer ,
Wilson A Cooke
J C. Elliott ft Co
Road District No. 4.
Miller Lumber Co.
GfB. Linn , , .
District No. S.
C. R. Lovell .
II. N. Barton
H. A. Beck ......
O. W. Boring .....
J. E. Patter ......
Henry Hum fleet . .
A. J. McClung ...
J. A. Imel
Theo. Rehberg ...
A. J. Lane .......
J. A. Rtchey ......
W. 8. Keckler
Dave Haley ......
J. W. Rfeota
J. W. Roota ......
J. W. Roota ft Co.
R. 8. Smith 6.40
Road District No. 6.
H. Perret r..... 5.00
Paul R. Melnlg , 31.75
R. E. Jarl 11-80
Oleson Lumber Co. 72.40
A. Anderson .. -50
. . . 8.00
Road. District No. 9.
m - .-r - -
E-itacada Mercantile Co.
A. H. MIllbr'T.'.i............
C. A. Johnson
Robt. Miller ................
J. y. Hart
Bwelrman . .7. .......... ,
N. Srjieel ...r
Will Una ...
Peter Ruhl '
Henry Klinker .........
Henry Johnson ..........
Peter Rath ... ..v. ......
- Road District No
W. "A. Rhodes
Estacada Mercantile Co. ,
W. H. Dwyer
C. Wheeler . ... t
fashioned uf Jaoaneae crape, shaaea
aatln and a curious sort of gnute. What
could be more charming tbau a klroo-
o of delicate wistaria mauve gause.
band embroidered with trails of wis
taria blossom? Tbe shsded crape neg
ligees are lovely. - There la one abndlug
from lemon yellow at tb abouldera
to a burut, umber at thejn(llea oem.
the gradations being so skillfully blend
ed tbey seem to form one win ine
rich all over erobroldorle. while an
iher ascends from a dep damask to
soft blush roe pink and Is worked
with a hanglug design or wiian
tons and great open roses.
SuDscrlbs for the Dally Enterprise'
During the months of May, June, July,
August and September, on dates
shown below, the
1 'will sell round trip tickets from
Oregon City Via Portland
E. Jlnkens .'.
F. E. Thomas ......
G. De'Shlelcfk .....
H. Tracy ;
J. Duna . .
C. Duncan 1
G. De'Shielda .....
T. Beeby ,. .
F. E. Thomas
O. C. Kleatscb. ....
M. M. Klaetsch ...
O. Wagner ,
J. Ingllah '..
A. ButlerN... T. .
Road Dlatrict No. 11.
Gladstone Lumber Co. ........
Trojan Powder Co. (C. H. Don-;
C. H. Douchy 4 4.60
John E. Smith 50.00
C. Peckover 29.50
E. Rauch 27.50
B. M. 8tone .'f. ......... 11.00
Mack Rivera 28.00
B. Rivers 8.50
P. Smith : 2.00
O. L. Clyde ,. 44.00
yA. Becton ' 35.00
F. Valecrt .'. 40.00
C. E. 8mlth ,.. 2.00
Road District No. 12.
H. Swales $ 66.00
F. G. Rlebhoff 37.00
A. Eaden 23.00
O. Stram 33.00
M. H. Rlebhoff 16.00
H. Hageman 19.00
P. M. Hageman 4.00
A. Under 17.00
T. Eaden 6.00
Joe 8prague ....v.... 14.00
Wm. McCubbln 10.00
B. A. Benson ....... 7 ........ . 10.00
J. Durlg 6.00
J. Schuttle .7. .' 8.00
T. E. Anderson 2.00
J. G. Mnmpower 2.15
E. Cerber . 12.00
H. Tschopp 8.00
F. W. Rlebhoff i . . . ' 32.85
Wltfon ft Cooke 150
Road District No. 13.
Red land Lumber Company .... "2.40
Andrew Lenthold v. 2.00
N. 8. Oldham 70
ni77UGH of tte taste and pleasure
aLVsli io eating good food depends on
tbe sugar andsyrtips ftsed. -
Think of the f inished delight
given to your morning meal when tEc ,
syrop ttsed with yoor cakes Is pleasing to yoar taste.
Note that delicioosness when yotf ixinlc well-made
coffee with the right kind of sugar in t. Small mat
ters yes hot t is fast those $mall matters that make .
life a complete success or a round of annoyances. 7 rWe,
have studied the question we pride ourselves on our
attention to details of the kind. Come in and ask us.
Some Special Brands Offered his Week
Tea Garden Syrup, t gal.. 60c - Caramel 8yrup, 464. ' . '.
Prefvrred Stockia S- 80c' Sunset Syrup, gal., 50o ;
.Golden Syrtip, gal, 35o Cooking Molasses, gal., 40e ,7 ;
. Em SEELEY
CORNER 9TH AND MAIN STREETS
- Woman's Long Sleep Puzsles.
LAS ANGELES, May 9. Special.)
Wrapped in a sleep from which physi
cians have failed to arouse her,' Mrs.
Beulah Hawkins, 60 haa been at her
home here since Saturday without
moving and taking only such, food aa
has been forced through ber lips.
Three doctors, called In by relatlvea.
admit they are baffled. Mra. Hawkins
breathes regularly and apparently la
field. Concord Station. Bids to be sub-
mltted to A. C. Arnold. Clerk of the I
School Board or C. W. Rlsley, Chair
man, Mllwaukle, Oregon, Route No. 1.
We reserve the right to reject any or .
all bids. Bids will b received np to''
Monday, May 15. 1911. , . -
Cor. Vaughn and Twenty-fourth Sts.
May 9, 10, 11, 12, 13, 14
Gamea Begin Weekdays at 3:30.
Sundays, 2:30 P. M.
LADIES' DAY FRIDAY.
Boys Under 12 Free to Bleachers
I Kansas City
St. Paul -.
St Paul, via Council Bluffs ....
Mlnneaoole, vl Couno I Bluffs
Now York.." 109.00
at.. Louis 70.50
Waahlnaton. D. C. 108.00
; SALE DATES
May 16, 17, 18, 19, 22, 23v 24, 25, 27, 28
and 29. i
Juno S, 7, 9, 10 12, 16, 17, 21, 22, 24. 29,
July 1.-B, 3. 4, 5, 6. 19, 20, 26 27 and
August 3, 4, 6, 14 15, 18T7, 21, 22, 23,
28, 29 and 30.
September 1, 2, 4, 5, 6 a d 7.
Stop-orers within limits In either di
rection. . Final return iimn
For.farea one way through California
Inquire of any soutnern pacme
agent, or writ to
Ceneral Passenger Agnt
Wants, For Sale, Etc
Notices under Mimo elaaalrlaa haadlns
will be InaeMtd at one cent a word, rtrv
Inaertlow. half cent additional knser
tlona. one Inch card, tl per month' hall
Inch card. 4 line) 11 per month.
Caah muat aeoompany order onleaa en
haa an open account with the paper. No
financial respoaaiblUty for error; where
error occur free corrected ant Ice will b
printed for patron. Minimum chare lie
WANTED Good competent, girl for
general housework. Apply 619 Sev
enth st Corner Washington.
Don Allen . .
E. N. Berreth
J. T. Fullam ............
Road Dlatrict No.
Everhart 4 llall
Josl A Scheruble
Straight A Salisbury
Pope a Company . . .
Wilson A Cooke . : . .
J. B. Cumins .......
A. R. Stephens ....
O. F. Olbbs ........
C. C. Glbbs
C. C. Glbbs ........
C. S. Still well ......
II. W. Foster
E. D. Barto .
a J. Thorno.
D. J. Thorne
W. Brenner .
I Ceortfa . .
George Roberts ............
F. F. ShaTrrard
C. A. Clark '.
C. A. Clark
Walter Yoder ...A.
C. Bullard . . . ... .-.
,. (To' bo Continued.)
WANTED Girl or woman for general
house-work from 9 a. m. to 7 p. m.
85.00 per week. Address Mrs. Fred
T. Smith, Gladstone, Oregon. ,
1 ..... i
WANTED-You to know tost wo buy -
all klnda of Curios, that we are) in -
-the market for second band FnrnV
ture and Tools. Wo also bar a
' good assortment of second band ,
Furniture and Tools on hand for
sale to those In need. Come anJ
- ae; perhaps we bar just What you
want Indian Curios and trinkets
for sale cheap; some that are very -anique
and also rery rare.GEORGE
.YOUNG. Main near Fiftb street,.
FOR SALE- Eight cnoice building
lota at a bargain In Gladstone. En
quire at thla office.
FOR SALE Beautiful upright piano.
mahogany case, $175. Inquire at
Enterprise. ... , . - . v.
FOR SALE Incubator and two Brood-.
ess, gooa conuiuou, sio xor au.
H. Mattley, 7th St. . ' ' .
CLOSE IN 4 lots facing Madison Stw
grand tlew. very cheap; $440.
Terms. . CLYDE a McRAE. . 1003
Main. St, Oregon City. -. . ,
LOST A pair of gold rimmed glaaees.
on Seventh, between Taylor and
steps, Monday, May 8. Leave at
Enterprise bff ice. 1
BUILDER AND COTw ACTOR. "
GIRL WANTED Girl for general
housework. Experience not so Im
portant as willingness to learn. Ap
ply 1006 Main street, Oregon City.
HARRY JONES BuHder aad General
Contractor. Estimates cheerfully
given on all elaesee of building
work, concrete walks and reinforced
concrete. Res, Pboa Mala 11L -
WANTED Girl or woman for plain
cooking and general house-work.
81eep here or home. Address Box
409, Gladstone, Oregon, or Phone
WANTED Girl for general house
, work. Good wagea for right party.
Call at 414 Water Street or phone
WANTED Room and board with pri.
vate family, with privilege of using
piano occaalonally. - Only noon and
evening meal desired. Sherman W.
Moody at Andreaen'a Jewelry Store.
Phones Main 2912 or 2653.
WANTED Bids for School Build
ing, School District No. 28, draw
ings snd specifications may be ob
tained at the residence of J. R. Oat-
O. D. EBY, Attorney-at-Law, Money
loaned, abstracts furnished, land
titles exajnlned. estates settled, gen
eral law business. . Over Bank of
Oregon Oty. -
U'REN ft SCHUEBEL, Attorneys- t
. Law, Deutscber Advokat. will prao-
Uce In all courts, make collections
. and settlements. Office In Enter
prlae Bide Oracon City. Oregon.
FREYTAG MONET. Real Etat
Dealers, have choice bargains In
farm lands, city 'and suburban
homes, good fruit lands and poultry
ranches. See us for good buys.
Near S. T. depot.'
K. H. COOPER. For Fir lasuranor
and Real Estate. Let na bandle
your . properties w buy, soil and
exchange. Office - In Enterprise
Bldg., Oregon City. Oracon.
Pet p h c fon St a Hi 6 n
. WILL MAKE SEASON AT
Oregon Gtjr, in Fattnzts Fec Bam
Pprfidr. slred 17 Poly; first dam, On
rcuillL. gjine, , co p bay., v
TprrrK To lnaura mare wtth foal $12, Single servlca J3. . C:s-:
I VI 1113. M1I 10 yQ jngure fat to stand and suck $15. ..Cm :
will be taken to sreTeat accidenta, but will not bo rei;cat'7!.
should any occur. If mare la removed, told of traded, money It
cornea due at once. .' ' , , 7 '' - , i , -
. s ' ' y ' . h " !' ' ..
xGe Ye Boycr , O wnct and IIcc 22
ieen: Second dam Ev-
Welght 1800 ponnda.
, . .