Morning enterprise. (Oregon City, Or.) 1911-1933, May 16, 1911, Page 2, Image 2

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    IIOIININO ENTERPRISE, TUESDAY, MAY 16, 1911
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a4a as none ,se
Larale 1M par Ha; reawtar
ttaara ic Ha.
Waata rr Rat. Ta Rant, ete. aae
rat a wore firat asaaruaa; aaa-fceJf seat
rack additional. "
Rata for adrertlatn ta Jm Weakly
Catarprtae will be tb aaaw aa la tba
daihr . fur a4vrttaraeate art in dally
far lb weekly Wber Ihr a4verUeraarat
la trenaferrea from tbe dalty ta tb a4b,io,n
hrr wit boat rtkaar. tba rata will be fe
aa lack for a of tba paper, an la aa ' I
Inca for epectal poalttoa, J I
party la unknown In baatneaa ofnee of !
. trie aTnterprtee-
LecaJ aTrtlaiaf at kt"l advertlsta
rataa.
A vmrl mtv At 5Srf Iji tAr an tnh .'.'Ma. '
trig to spaciai coadlUoaa totemlng- tba
"PVa SaJc" aad Bankrupt SaJ
Mtiairata ate Inch flnri tairtoa
tinwal laarrttona aaaa . aiattar Sac
adver-
Nwa Itraaa and mrli wrlttaa artieiaa
af BMriC wlta tatcraat to local rialiia.
anU ba (laaly accepted Rrjvctad aua-
aertpta arar morn
ay axmorn to prrpajr
CITY OFFICIAL NEWSPAPER.
May 16 h American History.
lTOI-Otoerl Jnta Hurtrk m
' BMCKJrT of t tkv Atlltk-air t Ift1
born 1T3I.
I8G0 Tbr facuHiK !iilii;-iifi
Ooa Barf li t"h-aif Tb lhir
cratio rofmtioo bad altvndr
la Ckarlrio and ursnl -r
Uj alaTrry trt"t fhr l.'ti-n'"-Uraa
asplrantu for Um ri- -I
ataadard brafrr aev l.iiv-in. S. -a
ard and t'bt1. l.in- 'o
fjatrd.
IMS Prcvidrot Jofcwn wt'-4 f
bfO admtftiBS 'ox.r-iJ.. . r-w
Caioa. To utr a-a in"M.it .
int.
AtTRONCMICAL EVENTS
fTroaa auca fOT t anno t'-o-r.-T
Saa art TT, rt 1 37 Jar imrTii.
M aani: mnua n V : ta .
aarcio fsrtart oath: f m . M-t
Mrfirary at arArilco. finbrt frrn
kalf-breed. wko tried to whip
rjwpwt gkeriff Frost. wt against tk
wroaa; aaaa Tke peace officers of tkla j
CsT tar demcostrated on nameroas 1
era san,, tkat fkey can take car of
--
as Jayed forty-five years
a was not tk acjentifle cam It is
MAay. as ia proved by tke article re
rist4 today from tke first iaaae of
ti Wek!y Eat-rprts Bat the rivalry I
was jat as k-en and the interest as
great- Think of the score. 77 to 4
The exhibit of the Oregon Oty
SrhOf !k in the Weinhard Pulldlnr waa
a revelation to the itizns nf this I
city and county. The work of the
children I certainly of high order and
reflects credit upon Superintendent
Toor and the teacher, as well aa the
children tVm Ives. Methods of teacb
int; have undergone a radical change
in 'he law ten years and Ort-gon City
la to be congi.itulatei upon being ia
be forefront of vrogre.sH. The city
ha leason to be proud of the schools.
ee
MRS. JACOBSON LEAVES TODAY,
Surprise Party Tendered Her By
Friends.
Mrs, R. Jacobson, who departs today
for a two montha' visit In Wisconsin,
was tendered a farewell surprise party
by a few 'of ber friends on Saturday
evening at ber borne on Fourth and
Center streets. The evening was de
voted to music and games, and a most
enjoyable time waa apent. Refresh
ments were served. The guests de
parted at a late hour wishing their
hostess a bon voyage.
Those present were Mr. and Mrs.
Frank Doty. Mrs. Clarence Farr, Mr.
and Mrs. William Smith. Mrs. G. F.
Anderson, Mrs. Peter Kloostra, Mrs.
Lindqulst, Mrs. Pauline Schwartz, Mrs.
Anna Johnson. Mrs. Minnie Donovan,
Mrs. R Forsberg. Mr. and Mrs. R. E.
Woodward. Mrs. E. H. Cooper, Miss
Maude Ugbtbody. Miss Nancy Llad
quist. Miss Gertrude Lindqulst, Miss
Gertrude Sigurdson, Miss Miller, Miss
Adams. Miss Hazel Farr, MIsa Myrtle
Donovan, Harlan Donovan, Milll
Panama Exposition
Will Prove a Na
tional Benefit
jr CHALS C MOORE. President of th World Panama PaclBc
. , "exposition Company of California . .
HE., Paiunu cmnal eipo.ition, to in San Franciaco, la
fl going to OPEN TILE EYES OF THE WORLD to th
V prat poeil)ilitie and VAST IJESOIJUCKS OF THE
; . west: ; ' . -.
; THIS WILL ALSO PROVE A NATIONAL BENEFIT. AS IT WILL
RESULT IN tRINOIMO TO ., MANY EASTERN PEOPLE TO WH0k
THE WEST IS SIMPLY 'A PART OP THE MAP A KNOWLEDCQ
AND UNOERSTANDINO Of ' TH COUNTRY. IT WILL MAKE THEM
arTER APPRECIATE THEIR COUNTRY. - '
StimoUting tba interest ttat rasternerf would hate in tba trip to
tb west and a riait to the exposition is the DESIRE toee the citj
that within fire jean rehabilitated itself and raises the nbnej to
finance what id rare to prove one of the 1 HOST ELABORATE EX
POSITIONS the world baa errr acen. ' ' A .
Jaeaaoa. KMMk
' Oty Palsrssnaa Ore left at tk af
c of tb Eaterwria Moaday . rkeefc
kick a foead oa th etret Sunday.
Tk ekee. wkkrk la M eat lor oaly
M ceata aad waai evtAaatle-Hataaa'id
for parser at of M aaea bear tk
aigwatara, -Ckartae HoUaa." It Uot
tk Bask of Oregon City.
byaaKaawMBaBMBBBBajaKaawaBawaaBwawAawaw
SHERIFF STOPS PltT PrOMT.
, , .
VotMtc Ma G t Wt kiwa to Settle
wwtcawvy.
Two Orfw City young kifa
larolvea ta aa akarraUaa Moa4aj
artrraoow aa4 waat t thw Tm 8M
to arttl It wltk tkwlr katm. TWy wtjra
folktva! icrnai ik rlrer by ktrgw
croaa. garrlaT MM apBoarral om tk
arD kftrr oa of lk kx(r kd
mtaln4 baltcr4 yw. Tka iWrtg
took tk rooBf to Jastrra of tka
FVac Saoaaoa'a okV kora tWy
wrra aad to akako aabdm. TkT mi
Ihrr ka4 Picke4 U bttlTOU4
tka Wrat Sid to r-tap arrrat. Thr
hrriff. bovrrar. tbforwrrw tkraa tka! j
fighting mas on allowro la an? part qf
tbr coaatjr. i
BOLVsnHnri
1FBAS
ALLGAIIE
:45 YEARStAGO
Baarhall faaa of todajr will bo Intrr
rsted In tba rrport of a ram played j
io thia iiT fortr-flva yeara ago by tkr
Ciackamaa Club aad tbr Ptoorrr Baa-'
ball Oub,xf Portland The acor saa !
some hat largrr tbaa'tboa of today, I
bui tke icanir waa none tk lraa to- j
(treating on tbat account and rivalry '
waa kern.
The folkraing tlrafiipttoo of tkr
gam wa publiahrd in the flrat Itaue
vt the Weekly Enterprtae on October j
The Pioneer Baaeball Clnb of Port-1
lam paid our city a rialt on Saturday, f
I he I3tb. and participated with the j
Clackamas Club ia a matcb game. !
Tk day waa pleaaaat and tbe playing !
I One. Tke Brat two Innings pat tk
i Fioa'rs rar aaeaa or ttte (. lacumaa
f Clob It wiU be arm tkat tke Piotr !
marned with two atxaight blinds on I
tpeir acore. Tke following mat were .
tnade:
Home
Runs
0
CUckaavaa Clab
X. W. Randall. Capt., c.
S. D. Pope, pitcher
Geo. Sneppard, lat base
G. Bridge, shortstop . . .
P. Barclay. 3rd base...
A. M Zigier. right field .
C. Maaoa. center field. . .
P. Cbaraaa, :nd base. . .
Runs
. .
. .
. .
-.5
..4
. . i
..4
..5
45
Runs
...
..
8
..8
..7
. .8
.11
0
o
0
0
0
2
Home
Runs
0
I
a
Ptuoeer Nine
W. K Wetberell. 1st
T. F. Miner, catcher . . .
Jas. Steele, center field
J. rpton. snortstop .
Wadhams. 2n4 base.
0 j
Qoackeobusb. pitcher
2
J Butchel left field..
0
P. DeHnff. right field S
F. M. Warren. Srd baa 9
I
0
5
were
77
inning-
The runs
as follows:
made each
1 2 2 4 5
7 I
I Clackamas 2 7 4 1 1 S 11 1"
pioneer.. 20 28 1786600
At the conclusion of the game the
participants sat down to a a'imrtuoiis
feast at the Barlow . M.. tse. where
good cheer prevailed until lisp hoar
for aepanure ior ronuoa. me
Oregon City Brass BanJ under toe
leadership of Mr, Thoroa-t Milter,
headed the prcesftion on the
line of mffrch, and playej" their
part In .a most creditable aul tans
factory manner. A large numt-cr of
ladle, both from P'rtlaiid ' and
Oregon City, were on ihe giouads
and witnessed the playtnfc. The
tionn expressive of their pleasure!
Clackamas Club adopted resolutions
expressive of their pleasure
tending thanfcs to the Brass Band,
etc.. which we regret t sy have
been mislaid and we cannci pnblleh
them a' this time. Th Pioneer Club
sends us the following fur publica
tion: At a regular meeting of tno Ploneec
Bane Ball Club held on the evening of
Monday, October ISth. 1S06, it was
nnanimouBly resolved that a ote of
thanks be and is hereby tendered to
I he members of the Clacknmai Base
Ball Club of Oregon City 'or hospitali
ties extended to the members of this
club while In tbelr city on the 13th,
Inst. To the Oregon City Brass Band
I for services rendered on th occasion,
and to mine boat of the Barovr Huuse
for his many kindnesses to onr visit
ing members and friends 'ronj Port'
land.
That these resolutions be ordered
published In the Dally Oregonlan and
Herald othls city, and the Enterprise
of Oregon City, and that ihe secretary
be Instructed to forward o copy to the
secretary of the Clackamas Base Ball
Club.
THEO. F. MINER,
F. M. WARREN, President
Secretary.
JkoIiw. Mr.
Woodward,
Gold Lace tnd Ermine Bcintf
''Prepat'tAfor.CoronM6n Robes
, .?.. . --.v ; ' aw V . ' 1
X v , ' . - . . -.!
, - .-'--
. v i. .
rS'-lZl - . aawaaw
jyl 111
Pkotca kj American ITaaa AaaocUUoav
R
EAL gold tkraada vara as la
coroaatloa rob. Tk protean waa qrntta alow, tea lock af tb lac
being- tk avert g daily oatpat af akiUad waa ter. PreparaUona for
tb coroaatloa vara began aaaay aaootba ago, and tb waarlng of tb
gold lac aad tk aaaOn; vf tk ana la, botk f wbick uaka are abowa la tb
partmrae a bora, war only a aaaaO portJoa af tk work tbat waa doo. Bla-
torte old Woatnalnatar abbey wma materially c banged. adlltlonaI aaala aad
(aOrta being coaatraetod, and aa addlfJoa waa ballt to accomnaoaat tboa
a titled by official rank to view -tb ceremoay. ' Eaaland doe not bar a
roaatjoa. vary fta. and whew tb
ta not aQowed ta paaa aaaoticed.
1 CLARK
SENTENCED TO 50 DAYS.
Man, .Who
Attacked Deputy
Sheriff,
Goes t JaiL
Harry Clark, Jr.. wko attacked
Deputy Sheriff Frost Saturday, was
sentenced to fifty, days In jail by Depo
ty District Attorney Stlpp oa Monday.
A warrant charging Clark wtb lntos
ration and disorderly conduct - was
sworn out by Joaeph Andrews. When
the deputy sheriff aerved th warrant
on Clark, th latter realated arrest.
Tb deputy sheriff waa forced to us
ijjhis club. He was assisted In subdu-
ing th half-crazed man. by
Harry
Trembath. Policeman Cook, who bad
arrived by this time, snapped band-
cuffs on Clark.
REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS-
F. M. Wagner to Martin and Anna
Dragseth. 22-10 aeree. township - 5
south, range 1 west; $10.
Otto Qnaas to Tneador Quaaa, 100
acres, section 13. township 4 south,
range 1 west; 91781, quitclaim.
T. W. and H. L L. Clark to J. M.
Crenshaw, lots 3 and 4, block 2. Wind
sor Addition to Oregon City; $10. --
Edwin and In ex Eckles to David and
Mary A. Dupe. 10 acres, section S3,
township 1 south, rang least; $3250.
William and Margaret Brodle to Ed
win and Inex Eckles, acres, section
33. township 1 south, rang 2 east;
quitclaim. "
Edwin and Inex Eckles to William
f -
,
warla tka kac far Kim Oaorfa1
chaac do
fur lavish display at
.nrf U.nrarat tr.wlt. t Si ar-r. ue.
tion 33. township 1 wiutk. rsna 3
east; $5000.
Nicholas T. and !UI H4mphrya to
Joba and Kate Junker. Ma 1 and 2,
block 3, West Side Addition to Oregon
Oty; 1315,
Daniel Mbynlhan to Clackamas
County. 34 foot strip, township 1
suutb. range 4 east; $1.
H. a Harms to J. r. MeCormlch, S
acres, section XX township 3 south,
range 1 west; l '
William R. 8tokea and Mollis L
Stokes.- et at Hlldegard Phimraer.
j io acres of section 12. township' I
soatb. range 4 east; $250. .
Ceorge W. Allen to Frank T. Facha,
.31 acres of Orchard ,Homea; 91200.
TenBroeck Wblppl and Howard
Whipple to Robert Jonsrnd, Tract 14,
Hood, View Acres;- $1.
" 'Syra Knhn to Emma Johnson and B.
F. Hart, and In section 22. township
I aouthirange 5 east; $1. .
T. S. McDanlei and Lulu J. Mo
Daniel to a P. Raaael, lota 15, 36. 37,
3S. Orchard Homes; 12500. '
.V lnhells and Robert Burtey to Mary
E, Burlcy. undivided interest In lot
0, Block 37. T)regon City ; $300. -
A. J. Fourtner to John H. and Nellie
Bait, lots 1, 2. block 17, South Os
wego; $10. m
John V. Loder and Grace E. Ixder
Io W. a Smith. 53.4 feet aoitth of tb
northwest corner of Tract 20, Wil
lamette Tracts; $10.
r
Magazine binding
Don't throw your magazines and
periodicals away. There is
much valuable information in
them that will never be publish
ed elsewhere. The cost is little
0 CITY BIMISE
Our boy will call for the mag
azines if you Phone.
POTATOES GO TO
UPPIY It INAOlQUATt
ANOTHER RIIC It
-'' PROtAILt. ' ' ;
AND
T" potato market waa Arm Mouday
t(k a decreasing aupply. Prices for
tk boat bav riaen to ti M wltk Indl-
catloaa of another rla probably b
for tk and of tb weak. Vegetables
ar ftlU blgb la tb Oregon Oty nan
ket wltk Inadequate auppll.
QiteUtloa foe Oregon City.
POTATOES lleat. f tM, . good
IS 15; common. . Baying, ; rarhmd.
select. $M0; ordinary, I IX).
riAVR AND rEBDriour la
steady, selling from IS to SM; vary
tlttl of cheaper grade. Feed Is
klgber and rising slowly. Bran brings
from IS o 127 0. ahorta t to I3D,
rolled barley 131.50 to ISt.SX process
barley 133. wkoi corn 31 to 131.
cracked cort 31 to 133. Wheat 31
to 31.
HAT (Buying.) Tlmotky 111 to
111. Clover, fit to 114; oat bay, lit
to 111; mixed. i: (o 111; alfalfa, IIS
to Ht- v . ,
OATS (Buying) Are hither, gray
from 124 to 2S. white from 27.M to
13010; .
BUTTER --.IBttVlagl' Ordinary
country krlnga from 1M to 20c,
fancy dairy from 10c to 12c, cream,
ery 33c to Xfc
; EG08 auyingi r ranging from
lie to. JOc. accordlnt to kt4.
roVLTRT(Buylng--.rim It lit
tl good atock offered. Hens will bring
14c. If la extra good condition more.
Old roosters ar poor at k to 10c, broil,
era bring from lie lo 14c, wltk gii
demand, , '
WOOLr IBuytngl Wool prices are
ranging from lie to lie,
MOHAIR (Buying Prlcea on mo
hair have been way up, aom having
brought as Vih 39c locally. Quo
tattoos ar S7H "4 demand la atron'g
HIDES- I Buying Oreen bldta. le
to Cc; Miters, me to 6c; dry hlJes.
lie to Ho. 8heep pulls, 15 to 75c
each.
I. DRIED FRl'ITS Local pHc ar
! nrm from ,0 10c 0, kpP' and
i prune, rnrori are j'je.
1 SALT Selllna &0c to so for Una.
50 lb. sack, kalf ground 40c; 71 for
100 lb. aacka.
Portland VegeUkl Market. ,
SACK VEGETABLES Carrots,
1.IS$1.5 per sack; parsnips, $1.15
ft $150; turnips, $1.25011.10; beets,
$1.50, . ,. '
VEGirrABLCS Asparagnsr 0cd
$1.75 per crate; eabbag. new, $2 per
hundredweight; rautlflowf. $1,500
fl.75 per dotea; celery, Caomlk, 75
(70 per doaea; encumbers, ll.tOfl
12.25 per dosea; eggplant, 15c per lb.;
garlic, lucfjlzc per pound; lettuce,
60c per dotea; hothouse lettuce, 11.50
Oil per box; peas, kOUe per
pound; peppers, 30efi36e per pound;
radishes, 15c per doten; rhubarb, te
(13c per pound; sprouts, c; tomatoes,
12013.25. " '
- POTATOES-Oregon, Jobbing prlc.
$2 50 per hundred; a?w potatoes, 7c
Cf7He per pound.
ONIONS Jobbing prices: Oregon
12.75 per 100; Australian,. $3.50 Urt
100; Tesaa, $1.25 per crate; Califor
nia, $2 per crate.
Oregon City Stock Quotations.
HOGS Hogs ar quoted He lower.
From Hi lbs. to 150 Iba. 9e, from
150 Iba. to 200 Iba. I Ho.
VEAL CALVES-Veal ralvea bring
from 8c to JOc according to grade.
r : . . . :
Theref5 One Form o! Invests.
. which I aaaelut.ly Mft tvtf0
.It naver elumaa In value, . ,
Ma Integrity la itnaueetlened. '
Tka retura la eartaln,
- Prinslpal la hay aeallakla. '
It kaa a alemanl af speaulatlen, J
It ti STta Aecotmt
The Bant cf Ofeffon City
Tht Cldtst Eak la Th Cokntj '
IX 0. fJkTOURaTTTB lraidat
THE FIRST NATION Atr tJAIQ
of OHEG07I OTY, OREGON
CAP1TAU 10000.01)
i ...
Tranaasta a aral tanking , walneaa
Ofcgon City Wood and Feel Coc;::y
. ; F. M. ELUHM
Your wanta, gppild wltk any
liver1 ta any part af City, . tiia, reasonable.
tatlsfatln guarantead.
Horn tJ-110
Padfl Mala 1501
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ML;:2i.;;air::r.;wT;:u
SSJ,tk,KlMMNIMaaA
a BBBureu UMJtuaiaa pairs M laat Mar.
twutwwm, M"r."t. em fineq laeiaa WHS
aatmOalaualllrof raUier. wbk aaver b.
raenea toruaa aad abk-k rkaew small
iiwiwT. .iuwoi eiiewiae tae sir
we here baaUrnla nr Um fmn ii.ai
A) f
V ' iKa-.w- I a3 ZZlX i.PJ
rTTT' " - rJ-ij. rf eet r taunaiaVa72
atat liter lh Uielt lire ha e o I y been iNuntad
orlelra la a ebota mrmm. They wetak auan
s ominsry Ura, iba puaoinra realsUn aoililira
a I Tea by aaveral larera IKi.
Isbrlaoa tb lrd. The rarular prloa of IWl
I se pee palrltat foradrenlaln partVM wa
asaklns1 a anaulal faflUr mm
day bxtar ia reoweed. Vasbl
i rilar
luaroc
en,p v. v-. v.
'eiLe
rV.""'l'- 1S . 'i .
BEEF 8TEER8 Deet Clears fori CATTLE AVERAGE II HlftH
the local markets ar fetch ln ftUcto Partland Rseeipts Light la U tit
6Ho weignt.
weight
BACON, LARD and HAM. ar.
- i
"4
' ';Mn-,fan.
Opaa traeaLti tttt t
quantity af 4 feat ar i inch
'wie
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Cor. aik ..
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rmkiiil
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Um SWIM Cm.
tan I
at a k ias 4 aV M mt ,
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Prc:fT
W ra Umtoauarm r
at an I. as SS
sarsalr. All araanssbawan
oa spprovai
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Market
Portland In Ion Stock Tr.
Racalpta for the week radio
rk.i,;F
1417 Dogs; 4733 sheep; H s. i
j mulaa.
IJght receipts In each dlrUla) U"
1 amounted for a hint) raags of V
! The rattle market shovel i phta
i "I Una of high avenues is4 '
i tl shipper of the Pacific Ktftl
' has In th-Portland market $f
; assurance of profit tbaa twlia
. any other livestock center la tit C
; ed Biates. The Ksstern tcitt v
j enabled to put beef la tk n"
. North wet cities at from ltUr
lb. Ira than the cost of ron
sorured auppllea htmt l eoolrn.
Th hog market stayed wrr
Tm( ws no limit io ihsawMM."'
i locaj offering oroiisht a WMf fK
i than th Mleeourl River Taarw v
ranted". . . ,
j The aheep market remain
and atrong. The muttoa pi'w '
i tb aheep consumers tributary m
market baa created a "V'!'
1 th praaeat aupply of fat
I not met ...
j Ther waa a consldarabls m
of Inquiry for horsea hot wm
1 trading reaulted. One la 01
Idraftera sold for 1850.00. -
Tb following aalra art ret"-
live.
14 steers
110 ' ateer
224 steers
173 aiers
t .cowe
- Teowa
. 12 calves
125C
111.10
1141.....
10.12
J172
950
4CC
1 plug
bulla
1124
119
201
188.....
340
.00
101.
92......
16
hogs
hoga
hogs
hoga
lambs
wethers
wethers
ewea .
74
4
43
200
est
684
1 team draftera
9 chunka ......
1 chunk
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Iba moat complete tr
' ouTslde Portland. Tnr "
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