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MORNINO .ENTERPRISE, TItURSDAT, JUNE 1, 1911.
OREGON CUT, OREOOIT
t. K. BNOIXE, Editor and Publisher.
'"' ' 1 T " n v.
TDnterad m aarond-elsaa matter J an
, oary . 111. at ttie pom offloa at Oro
reuti tr niBcrrnoN.
' (ma Ter, by mail . . .
la Wmttna. by mall .
' roar afnntha. by mall.
. ntk, by earrtar...
Flrat Paav, par inca rtrat tneartloa.
first Pan, par Inch added lneerUoM..lae
rrararrM roaitton any pa, par tnch
. . rtrat Ineartton lie
rrarerraa poettion any pan. pa moh
addad Inerrtlona It
. Run pajMr othar thaa flrat pan, par men
flnrt Inaarttoa Ita
, Run paper other thaa flrat pan. par men
added aieartlooa so
Locals leo par Una; to regular adver
llxra ae Una.
. Waata. ror a)e. To Rant. ate., ana
aant a word flrat nteei-tlon; oaa-aalf eent
. aaeh additional.
' Katea for adrartlamc In 1 'na Weakly
Kntarpiiaa will b ttaa hum aa In tha
dally, ror adrertiarmenta et vapaclauy
for lha waakly. Whera tha adrartlannnt
; la tranafarrad from tha dally to tha wek
iy, without cnann. tha rata will ha ac
an Inch for run of tha papar, and lea aa
- la oh far apaclal poaltloa.
Caak a hou Id accompany ordar wkere
party la unknown In buatnaaa office) of
LanJ advertising at lrni adrartJatnt
. Clreua advertlatna' nd apaclal traaalan
advarttama- at ISc to tOc an Inch, aocord
ma to epecial condltkma covarnliuj tha
Tire Sala" and Bankrupt Bala" adrar-
tlaamanta o Inch flrat Insertion: addl
tlonaJ Inaartloha aama matlar Mo Inch.
Nawa Itrma and wall wrtl'en articles
af maiit with Intrraat to local readers.
will ba gladly accaptwd. Rejected maau
rrlala nevar raturned untoae aocompan
WO by atimpa to prapay soeuasa.
CITY OFriCIAL NEWSPAPER.
June 1 In American History.
' 1801 Rrljrhara Toung. Mormon proph-
at. born: died IS77.
:- .961-Battle fought at Fairfax Court
. 1878 James Gordon Bennett, founder
r of tbe New York Herald, died.
, 1910-Pr. Eliubetb Black well, pioneer
i woman ph.caiclau In (be United
't BUtea. died: born IS21.
v , ASTRONOMICAL EVENTS.
(From noon today to noon tomorrow.)
Ban acta 7r?l. rises 4:26: moon aeta
12.-00 a. m.: noon to-day. planet Mer-
,mrj at greatest elongation weat of
on. 34 derrt ea 30 mlnutea: phase. 0.38:
' light. 34: aren aerentl days rising be
fore tbe "tin: Venn, daring Jane. In
Gemini, art about 10:30 p. m.: Mara.
In Places, riaea about 1.20 a. m : Jnpl-
'." tec. In Libra, art about 2:20 a. tn :
' ' Eafnm. In Tannin. i-Ik about 2:30 a.
Bl: Uranna rite nhonl t:4S p. m.:'ep
rnne aeta almat 8 .T0 p m ConaMla-
'. tlooa risible. HJtn p. tu.. during June:
' Orerbead. Cnronn Romilla. Kamtm
Ckoea Venarlrf: n.rth. I rxa Mor,
Craa Mlnof, lntco. Caaalo'iela. tVphe-
tu: northeaxt. Cymiua. Lyre: enrtt.
Aqulla. nermlM. Ophltichna: aonlh
eaat. SonM: anuth. r.ll-nt. Vlrco. 'r
, raa. retitanm-: arnthwrt. Cratar. Hy
; dn : weal. r.i Cunrer: north weal.
Lea Mlmr. fjrps Rrffcht "tr rWMe
aame bonr. with ream required for
' tbelr llrhr to rearh the earth: Orer
. bead. . Anrtunw. north. Polarla
" tnorth atnn. 47: mrnhnt. peneh:
Teea. 27: eaat. A!Mlr. Irt: anutheaat.
for the ejection of th principal offl
cera of t a(at and county and tha
appointment of lha "minor' oftclala,
Juat what a "minor official . la haa
not yet been explained. Tha League'a
meaaura aroused auch a atorm of an
tacontam from tha praaa that further
consideration of - It . waa withdraw!.
and It never went on the ballot. Tha
departure from tha old established
elective system seemed to ba too rad
ical to pleas tha thouihtful brataa of
many of our best clttiens.
The short ballot, however, rains
practically tha asm and, but Its aup-
lo I port from reactionary newaoanara
conies from tbe belief that a remedy
will be provided for the evils of a
multitude of initiative and referendum
measures. are not ao aura. .Un
less w are bady mistaken, tba pur
pose of the Short Ballot. League la
mainly to provide for the appointment
of a lot of officers that are now elect
ed by tha people.. The Oregonlan'a
closing editorial paragraph la good.
and wa quote:
When tha regular legislatlte bodies
have been so disciplined that they
function properly tha people will look
to them for desired laws Instead of
reabfttng to the Initiative. Tha same
cause will greatly diminish the use of
the refendum. But In the meantime,
some regulation of these salutary pro
cesses is essential to prevent abuse.
The man who devises a plan which
will prevent excesses and not hamper
the proper use of the nitlativ and
referendum will deserve well of hla
THE PRICE WE PAY.
The Portland Railway, Light A Pow
er Company haa announced a reduc
tion for residence lighting In the city
of Portland. The reduction cuts tha
price from 15 to 10 cents per kllowat
hour, and It la applicable to the maxi
mum rate and the reduction of other
rates, such as power and llghtlngnot
catalogued aa maximum," phis a rea
sonable return on the Investment It
Is asserted b?the ff,c'al of tba com
pany that a further reduction need
not be anticipated Jf tha voters of
Portland enact the- proposed ordinance
compelling the concern to pay a 3
per cent tax on Its gross Income.
This may mean that the company Ts
attempting to Influence the voters to
Contrasts Seen In the Women
Fruit Reddlers Down In Mexico
- v""4' --.' -Vl If:
M 1. 'V. . . , V ;"
WOOL GROWERS FEAR
Photea copyright by American Preae AsaocUtloa.lIL
BXICO la a land of coutrasta, and tha traveler aeea tbetu on all aUlea.
?Ta towns are much alike, and a picture af a street tn one city might
do for a arena In forty other towna of a similar site, Tha natlva
women wdo sell rrulta In tha streets are aiwaya plctureaque either
for their beauty or the lark of It Compare tha two street merchants pictured
abora. They are native Mexk-sus-that la. they are of Indian stock. Tbe one
la young and attractive, the other la tha reverse. It to difficult to believe that
tba Ctrl will ever crow uu to become what th oi.i i. k.i i.
defeat the proposed measure. The wooden In Mexico as elsewhere. - The pictures were made a ahort tima a.
consumers' one best bet Is that noth- In Torreoo. In tba present aona of disturbance.
It CARSON, OREGON
PIONEER, IS DEAD
Ing was even hinted about a reduction
in lighting until the company was
threatened with an additional 3 per
cent groaa tax.
We are. not interested especially.
however, about the rates for light and
power In Portland." The matter we
have in mind Is a clause in the Ore-I
gon City charter that authorixes the I FORMER STATE
charged by electric light companies. BV EXPIRES
While thia authnritv h.. n. SUDDENLY.
exercised, there Is no reason why It
.uu, ul , Uu inwe ii no reawn pout I ivn n. ..
:vhTnfnnrit....nn..v.ui.. - . . . . ,ope-
L..L.. . ' . clal ) John C.Carson, ploneer.-nroml-
PROPOSED ACTION OP CONGRESS
CAUSES FARMERS TO SELL
Because of the probability that Con
gress will lower or remove entirely
the duty on wool, the farmers of
t'lurksmas County are making all
haste to bring their crops to murket.
One grower of tha rlodt illatrlct
brought lu 1300 iKiumls "Htnady,
'ami others brought In smaller
amounts. It s feared that any action
by Congress affecting the duty will
cnuae a decline In prices.
Young ducks continued to be In big
demand Wednesday, with prices rang
ing from twenty to twenty all cents.
There haa been no change In tha price
of old ducks. The supply of home
grown strawberries -In tha local mar
ket i Increases each duy. Tha ' fruit,
however, la not of the beat quality,
and much of It la covered with dual
aa a result of the recent rains.
Ouotatlwna for Oregon City,
1 POTATOES Ileal. tt.M. good
I3S5; common. 2. Buying, carload.
select, 1110; ordluary. 11.90.
riX)UR AND KKKD Klour Is
aleady, selling rrom IS to IJ 50; very
little of cheaper gradea. Feed la
higher and rising slowly. Bran bring
from IJ6 50 to 137.50. ahorta l: to 130.
rolled barley 131.50 to. 133.31, process
barley 133, whole corn 131 to 133.
cracked corn 131 to 133. Wheat 133
HAY(Buyln.) Timothy 118 to
SIR, Clover. Ill to 111: oat hay. 114
to t; mixed. tl to til; alfalfa, tl
OAT8- ( Buying) -Oray, from $28
to $27; .white, from $: to $.
BUTTER (Huylng) Ordinary
country brlnga from 15e to 30e,
fancy dairy from 10c to 33c, cream
ery 32c to 35c.
EOGS iiiuyingj Are ranging from
180 to zoo, according (a grade.
POULTRY I During Urui wlih 111
tie good stock offered. Metis will bring
i4c. ir in extra good condition more.
Old roosters are ior at So to 10c, broil
ere bring from 33e to tie. with good
demand. . . . .. .
r . .. 1 1 a
I'eoDie wno " nvpct
snttrpriaas pramlalna abnar.., '
are usuaiiy laappalnted. - ' "fia rtWnt
Thaw fail ta oat the Intereat thaw anaet ..u
money paaua to athara. ' ,on,r'l f th,.'
Tha menay asver aheuld taka no ahaneaa with it.
When you aapoait yaur manay an a Time Certtfieat. 7.
logs Department af thla bank. It ramalna undtr " th lt
aama a aura and ataady rata af Intaraat. Thara u S0',t',
In thla kind af art Investment aa wapraaiatl
Tha aoenar you begin, tha aeonar will yau ba In .
grawlng balance. , ' '"Miaa af .
The Bank of Oregon City
a a LATOURBTT" Praaldeat
J- atCYSa, Caiala;
THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK
of PREGON Cm, OREGON
Tranaaato a 0oeral iartklni llualnaaa. - Opan rH, 4
Oregon City Wood and Fd Company
F. M. BLUHM
Your wants supplied wltrt,n ejantlty of 4 fooTa? 11 Inch woi
llvtrad te any pari af City, trieee, raaaonabla.
Satisfaction guarantee. , phof, ywif tf-w
Heme B-110 Car. m .
Pacifle Main 1509
.,.. va. mmmt awrwni aa h.i,m awWWiZS
?'!!lt0. r..i,a h.'Sher ra,e tb" rln business, rcllglou. and polk I-,"" - """ teacher at
charted at Pnrtlan.l nn .r...... I t'n ....
WOOIy (nuy:r,g ,rool prices are
ranging from ISo to He.
MOHAIR I Kuvlna IVlr nn twin.
' f hlllp HMVa tiaaAt at a . - v
cclv.1 hi. early education, and Inter j bought h'sh aa 3T locally. Qui
kiiuii-u mnuicine. vlin lr. MlllUtnell,
of AsbUnd, O, Carson went to Cali
fornia, with tha intention of starting
a hospital. Owing to. ill health, they
separated, and Carson mined for a
time on the American River, this be
ing In 1830, and later he established
a hotel on Trinity Mountain in the
Redding diggings. In 151, Carson
came to Oregon, and through the aa
siHtance of H. W. Corbett, wal'ap
polmed manager of the hardware
store of O. W. Vaughn. leaving busl
th. r.,. .ft..M k. , v-L- J mwn,BU ,n Pottand, died sud-
7 .J '"" denly today.
cre-mic rutijj ior ugni ana power la I
AntsriK: armfh. StWa: w-.f. nemiaa: I deePed Just serosa the river from spirit a Tneadav ...m..- .nH . '
awn lu rnnotellaflnn Tsurna tfli 18th. Oregon City, and needa to ba trans- ently In good health. He retired at
then In Onilnl.
Foater, and after two weeks went to
Oswego, w here ha worked "aa a car
penter. Sixteen montha later he es
tablished himself aa a contractor and
builder In Portland, wis first contract
tatlons are 374c and demand la atrong
HIDES- ( Buying Green hides, ftc
to Oc; sailers, 5lc to 6c; dry births.
12c to He Sheep pelta, 35C to 75c
m OKIE!) FnriTH-Local prlcea are
Arm at from o to 100 on apples and
prunes, pcacheg r 10c.
SALT Felling (0c to JOc (or fine,
60 lb. asck. half ground 40c; 75 far
100 lb, sacks.
t -Ji Wnl n if V ' tP--
to unxoouozjiiH r
Baal - tturm mm laaaaa aT
MAtie, laKKUMM M akaaa-aatul - I J I I
A auuun-d Ummiu1 ilr-i WI U. w.r. I I IT I I I
Sm-w7me.vA - ! K; : ' .
rWlna. v-rr flnraMe and llnl Iwt.la wlih t ' , . I - !l
M-. llquluyi.f raM, ahlch uar I V J. V ' .
mmaa poroaa and wlilrh rk-aa an amaila 1 . , T -i. 'J
iH.no.or..u,l alo.iotheaTrT a.e.ne. ill Of
4 0'' alaa rim atoa "w
ported only a half mile to reach the n" cus,oniarT time, but apparently being the Deknm A Blckel store on
i business district, while It Is carried , " ne Buffered rrom the Front atreet Mr. Carson served sev-
erar terms in tna Ktute Senate. ,
Watch for the little slug darkish,
alirny. fellows thst are likely to be
on pear or cherry l avea now. Fine,
WHAT A SHORT BALLOT MEANS. ! lMn&V'iTS:
It is indeed refreshing to see the " Counpl, JHT&
Oregonlen burst into aDPlause overlih . died within 10 minntaa
... , - ui iui (uwd 10 give ine 1 tv r.-..v i " uw. in
thshort oallot. and to learn of the : people the beat end of It. It seem, to In CentS !tr fltZ" ,f,thron ' . w
the plsn that will re.nit ,n the j ,he Aldm.Te ZJul? "ll
" au" d uoc s.Tstera. , good a deal In the way of rates as the I ("3
j 1 r-urxjna Kaiiwsy, Light Power
i; Oregonlaa. -is easily dispoaed of by j Company give, to the residents of
1 . making many of the minor officials ap- Portland.
potntive. The people gain nothing 9tr
i . but corruption by electing them." Brotherhood to Meet.
y: Well, well, this is good news, f or K The Congregational Brotherhood
, ' V Wr- H bas not been so long ago that ! will hold Its last meeting of the sca
the Oregonian stood up on its hlnd'" ntxt Tnesday night. It will be
) - legs and yelled itscU hoarse because ' ladiAg nipht. and all membera are
j . , the Peoples Power League proposed urged to be present with their fami-
-. . to amend the cocstitntlon to provide lies. A banqaet will be served.
nm awiiaa. Taa
1 J "mil iajrra 01 Uiln. atrial l w. 1 a a llr Mil J -
Portland Vegetable Markets. 1 Tru,' Prtoaof Uiaa Uraa U fa-f 0T. BkAat)0 3
VBWTABLd T cVrrota, alo
11.2511.50 per Buck: paranlpa. 11 5j ? Wu u H w. iTl 00 () I ) 1 TJLTi Ll. Ipc
ftll.50; tyrnTps, isfl to- bltti S?M' r&1?i?,Z:& Voa do not p., a ema a.tl r
11.75 per crate; eahbage. a,w. fTr IttTZttZ TJV''r t
hundi-edwelght: ranlitiower .1 IfVH-- ri-ZJtZZZlTTrjzJ?" '.-. J.'mi .
, 1 1.80 EC V-aa--IZIZl 11 aaa a aaaSaaaaaw
; lettuce, I eaaw.atoaMrrSir:an g" ' ' ""
. " -a a, Wwa .. WmwHUWIM
I Arbitration Treaty a j
I Blessing to :
! the Whole j
I AM I
By Cardinal GIBBONS.
PERSUADED THAT THE
SIGNING OF A TREATY
TWEEN GREAT BRITAIN
AND THE UNITED STATES
WOULD NOT ONLY BE A SOURCE
OF INCALCULABLE BLESSINGS TO
THESE TWO GREAT POWERS.
BUT WOULD GO FAR TOWARD
THE MAINTENANCE OF PERMA.
NENT INTERNATIONAL PEACE
THROUGHOUT ' THE CIVILIZED
Both of these great nation hare
many things in common. W speak
the same tongue, and the Engliah
language ia more universally naed
; - 1 tofaj than any other Language on
Uf of the earth. The literature of hoth countrie it a common
heritage to both natfona. '., . ' ' . ' '
; l: We alo lire under practicall the SAlfE FORM of goTenunent
. , The head of one nation is king; the head of the other nation is a
. president England is goyerned by a oonatitutional monarchy; the
United fiutee ia ruled by a conatitutional republic. . . And I believe thai
1 , both of those nations hare been more aucceeaful in ADJUSTING
and RECONCILING legitimate authority with personal liberty than
' I r '
per doren: celery. "California tho
. ft. . -
"c irr auxen; cuenmbers,
I.:5 per doxen: midiiih. 11
a-arllc. 10cCl3c per pound
000 per aosen; hothouse
fill per box: tvaaa
WUind; peppers. SOcfSSe nor
radishes, 15e per doten; rhubarb. Sc
H.?'.r.poul,,' Pro'". '; tomatoee,
POTATOES Orejon, Jobbing prlra,
mo per h indred; n-w potatoea, 7e
7He per pound. '
ONIONS7Jobbln prlca; Oraaon
12.75 per 100; Australian, 3.50 per
100; Teias, .J5 per crate; Califor
nia, f par crate.
-Oregon City Stock Quotations.
HOGS I loirs are quoted He lower.
From 135 lha. to 150 Iba. Ic, from
ISO Iba. to 200 Iba. IS&
VEAL CALVES Veal calves brn
any OTIIER COUNTRY ef the world.
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
C CITY -MIME
Our boy will call for the mag
azines if you Phone.
II . : - II
from l to loo according to pass.
IIKKF STESRS-rBcal -teers for
tha toral marketa sr. Mcbint leto
Ha live aeiitot.
81fKCP-Ai uriu at ic to k tltt
BACON, LARD anrf HAM, srt tm
STEEL BRIDGE TO BD
FlfiiSHED IN 2 WEEKS
TRAVIL CONTINKS AS SI0 CHAR
CRCCK SPAN IS BCINO ;
' BUILT. -- : ',
County Judge Dealle. who
Wedneedar at. Viola, where lt
Bteel ' bridge la being erected o
Clear Creek, aald that the span, whlel
will be 100 feet, would be finishes' 1i '
about two weeks. Tha bri.Ue w'H b
on. of tha beat In the county
a duplicate of on recentW built M
nsher'a mill. .
" Tha old woooen brldito t Clear
Creek, which baa been used for tnlrtf
one year.; waa condemned recentir,
and work nn tha new atrttcture tf
Immediately bean. There belns'
Rand and eraval available at VloU.
Judge noatle aald It would I new
aary to haul tba material rrom a.-,
or Clackamas for use In the concrew
fntinriatlnn n tha ttrllta. ' The r
tlon of tha bridge will not Interfere
SKATINQ RINK TO Be OPfNCO.
Pprtland Man Come Here -k
for Site. ' ,'
a V..01.L. n tt. Morse, oi
Portland .. i nrernn Dtr Wed
nesday looking for a alte for
Ing rink. The men had a rink n"
1-st anmmer nnd will open "mn"!",
Juno 1. Tbe old alta on Main sin
near Eleventh Is not avsllsble, "
another will be obtained.
Beware of Ted rttsr In blackberrf.
or blackcap : busnee. woen
promptly dig op and burn the 'nrw,lf:
nlant. Kalna earaful not to BcattOT tl
fungona duat over healthy bnshet.
The Oregon City
Arstnctc of. Lead
Ccrry Crclcs -
t:--, Crcfa end feed
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