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MORNING ENTERPRISE, SATURDAY, JUNE 10, 1911.
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pasltkn any mi ht
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firs sssnnlna 11c
par tsar than flrat paa. par MM
toa)a lae par Um, te rsolar dvr
Ibm ac Una.
Waats. Far Sala. Ta Rant. rlc . ana
' mi a wm fine traa.-tim: oaa-aalf aant
aara. Mltknai 1
(In for adrantatnc In .tv Wsaklv
Batarpriaa will ha lha aam aa In lha i
Salty, for jdraittaameata art aapaotany
tar Hta weakly Whara tha adrru
la traaafrrrad fmn tha daily to
p. wKbout rhaara. tba rata
aa tar far raa af tba papar.
back for spactal poa:iK
Caan ahoaM accompany ardrr har
party ta unknown In bustnra effica of
Lacml drartlalatt at 181 adrartlaing
Omta advartlatnc and apaclaJ traaalani
aaVartlaiaa at the to Sac aa tarn, accord
ant: to apactal ro adit tea i (warning tba
Tb, Bala- and Bankrupt Bala" adrar-
Bc inch first tnarrtioa: ajm-
lai rltooa um aaattar 3ae Inch.
ttvma and wall wrlt-n artcaa
af ssartt. with Intaraat to local raadrra
will aa atadly accaptwd Rajcctad msnu
aartats aarar raturaad unlaaa acrompan
tad by au-aoa to prepay pcatase.
CITY OFFICIAL NCWSPAPER.
June 10 In American History
tSOl The rnlted State entered on a
wax with Tripoli.
3961 Battl or Big BetbeL
IMS Uary Potnam Jacobl noted wo
man physician, died: born lSti
I90O Ber. Dr. Edward ETerett Bale
' died to Boxbnry. Mam.: born 1S22
JSIO-Tb Half Moon rnrned ott to'
w Tork Pallaade park rommi
ton as CTBstodUn for the peopl of
; ' th stat of New York ,
ASTRONOMICAL EVENTS. -(From
noon today to noon tomorrow t
. Baa seta T3S. rises 424: moon et
X3 a. m.; an decUnarion. 3 degree
north of celeatiaJ oqnator.
GOVERNMENT BY COMMISSION.
ManJcipaJ OoTernmont by commla-
i beginning to be a popular
thing. We hat it now In Baker, Or ,
la Tacoma and Hoqulun. Vuh., and
la away larg cities of the East and
Sooth where t has bees tried out and
foaad to be some tmproTcment orer
th aWermanlc system. Though
Portland this week defeated the com-
goTernment candidate for
the sentiment in that city la
y well developed and antes Mayor
tect Baabllght enters serious obsta
elea to the proposal it may soon be
eotn a reality.
Commission gOTernment haa really
paed th experimental stage. Its
basic principle 1 that three or
men. receiving decent salaries.
snanage the affairs of a municipality
better than nine or more who many
tlmea hat had no experience what
rer ia city affairs. With a commla
the people of the city conduct
their btuiness upon the plan of any
other large corporation, following
along strictly business lines, paying
for what they get in the way of ser
vice, and demanding and securing the
beat'serric for their money.
W think th time is not far dlstan
when we shall face the problem in
Oregon City. Our city government
here is no doubt fully as good as the
average town where affairs are con
ducted under our system. But wheth
er it ia the best w can have is the
question that will, sooner or later,
HOW TO SPEND MILLIONS
By CLEVELAND MOFFETT, Magazine Writer, and
JOSEPH FELS, Boston Millionaire
Br 4UEVELAND MOFFETT
OR the last month I Lave
been, investigating tbe co
caine trade in New York
- eitj. I j risited goveral places
V wbero the drng is sold and coosum
ed, and ia tome of them I saw wc
1 men PIIOMLVENT IN SOCIE
' IT osing cocaine. . , . .
;f HERE IS OMCTHINQ A . FtlCH
C MAN COULD DO WITH . .HIS
MONEY. LET HIM TRACE DOWN
' THOSE WHO SELL THIS DRUO,
: let .Mm establish a private de
, tective agency of hid own and in
vestigate these eoaditiona.v ' 1;
lie in5gibt help, too, and it would j
' ' t for hie monej. ' 1
fcay to be dattrmlnad by tha votara
of tali city. ,
Thr ar mambara of tba Oragon
City Council who ar not arar to
irring ta co amission plaa. Tby
may not b mad at this tin to glva
it their indorsronV but tby bllv
th axlatlnt conditio can b bttrd,
and that th city will not uffer by a
Th mayor and councilman of Or
ton City do not racflr a aalary. Som
of thara work bard, giving many boura
ry wak for th good of th, city
without a dollar of compensation. Thla
la not rlitht W ahould jtot ask th
rtitbt kind of man to handle our Im
portant public affair for nothing, and
if we do aak them, and they mak
mistakes, which of course they do, w
have re"y no ground for criticism,
.something for nothing la seldom de-
j slrable and th wonder la that we
! obtain deslrabl candidate for "thank
PflMD HUB' TO
SCORE ON GRIEGI
ANGELS CRACK SOUTHPAW
INVINCIBLE ROADSTERS '
i PORTLAND. Or.. June 9. (Special.)
i ls Angele defeated Portland to
day by a scar of C to 0- Crieger, the
j crack southpaw, did not allow but
j four hta. He was steady at all times
and never In-danger. After Stein bad
been. batted freely Farewell went In.
1 but had to retire in the fifth because
of a split finger. Fullerton. who suc
ceeded Farewell, pitched good ball.
The Roadsters lost to Vancouver,
Th results Friday wete as fol
lows: Pacific Coast League Los. Angeles
6, Portland 0: San Francisco L Sac
ramento ); Vernon 6, Oakland S.'
Northwestern League Vancouver
4. Portland 2; Tacoma J. Victoria 2;
Seattle 4. Spokane J.
National League Brooklyn 4. Chi
cago 1: New Tork 6, Pittsburg 3: St.
Loui . Boston 1; Philadelphia 4.
Cincinnati 1. "
American League Philadelphia 5.
Detroit 4; St. Louis S, Boston 4:
Cleveland 5. Washington 2; New York
J, Chicago 2. .
i pacinc coast.
San Francisco 33S
Los Angeles 28
Spokane - -Tacoma
Convicts See Circus,
SALEM. Or., June 8. Sixty-five
boys of the Oregon State Training
school saw the circus today at the
expense of Governor West and of I he
convicts at the penitentiary. The sug
gestion was made to the convicts
while the governor was at the peni
tentiary and the prisoners voted unpn
imously to stand half tbe exonses f'om
the entertainment fund and the gov
erncr agreed to stand the other salt.
Tbe convicts have abo'jt 1600 in their
Burns Baby Brother.
SACRAMENTO. C'al . June S. Rob
ert Sanchez. 17 months old, sprinkled
with coal oil and thtn sf fire to by
his brother Louis, 4, died today.
No; Go After
By JOSEPH FELS
HE rich man shonld not dis
turb the opium eater from
bin dri-ams of Miss that the
use of the drug gives hitus lie ia
driven to tbo drug by the present
LET US DESTROY fHE' CON
DITIONS THAT CAUSE PEOPLE
TO TAKE THESE DRUGS RATHER
THAN PREVENT THE USE OF
31 onlj nse fop money is to
wipe out the damnable conditions
that make it possible for a small
number of people to make monej
at the EXPENSE OF
American Girl Is
Run Aeroplane; Seeks License
:N.-- T a 1 t.r'-, J
Photo copyrtaht by American
ISS HARRIET Ql'IMHY. a
been doing newspaper work In Now York, haa decided to learn to
manag an aeroplane, and ahe Is taking lessons In flying st Molaant's
school at Mlneola, X. T. She expresses herself aa blbly pleased
with her experience aa far as she's gone and says that she thinks Dying Is
safer than riding at high speed In an automobile. , Like most other persona.
she enjoys tbo oeasatloa of rapid motion,
In Its most fascinating form while In th
not been altogether pleasant, aa ah baa
mt which resulted seriously to her,
smashed. Mia Qvlmby waa riding as a passenger when a bad landing waa
made, and she waa thrown from her seat She escaped with a few brulaea.
A day or two later wall running th machine along the ground she amaahed
on wheel when th craft careened. In th picture above Mlaa Qutmby la
shown in ber fetching aviation costume and when aeated In th driver's place
a monopLan. ...
45 Years1 Ago
From th- Weekly Enterprise Novem-'
ber 24. 1S66.
The Barlow Road.i-The gatekeeper i
on the Barlow road across the Cas- j
cade Mountains, furnishes us with the
following summary of travel over that !
route for tao years.' 1
Loos cattle . . . ; 53,827
Animals with riders . . 741
Animals with packs . . 351
Loose horses and
mul' C99 485
wi5n 51 328
The 541 wagons crossing In 1865
urawn oy 402 yoke of oxen, and
at- span of horses and mules, owned ;
by Immigrants Of tha i
. . - - - - -ft'" vivjnn- I luwuauiy wuiu, rnuKs i rail, l.
mg in 18C5, 134 belonged to imral- R. P. and Slna Rasmussan to B. V.
grants, and were drawn hv tio vnira'nt a emiuu. i,. n,i in
or oxen, and 195 span of horses and
I Uur boy will caU for the mag-I II V.,,..
lazines if you Phone. I . 11
Learn in tf to
-x-rjy. -...Vr Vb.
bsaa Aaaawlss.f1nn 1111 ' -
young woman from California who haa
and she says this delight can be hsd
air. Mia Qulmby's experiences bare
bad a part In two accidents, neither
though two Molsant monoplane
mule. There has been quit a fall
ing off this year, which is partly at
tributable to a reduction o rates of
transportation on the Columbia, and
the Immense flocks and herds east of
MRS. RISSBERGER BURIED.
' Services Conducted 'at St. John's
I . Church By Father HUlebrend.
j The funeral of Mrs. Josephine Rlssv
berner, wife of John Rlssberger. was
i held at the St. John's Catholic church,
j Friday morning at 9 o'clock. The Ber
j vice were conducted by Father Mile
i brand. The Interment was in the
j Catholic cemetery. Many friends at
tended, and the casket was covered
wth beautiful floral offerings.
Real Estate Transfer.
and Mabel C. Pllktngton
Clackamas County, land In section 19, 1
. ..vi. a - .t. . . . . I
townshin 3 aouth. rant 5 east
I MAGAZINE BINDING
Uont throw your magazines and II J1," ,"
. periodicals away. There is II i . V
' much valuable information in 11 j ' ,
them that will never be publish- II !
ed elsewhere. The cost is little 11 ' '
" OM CITY ENTERPRISE i
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COUPLE VED Af JD TIIDI
MISS FLORENCE WANO, OF CAN-
, BY, BECOMES BRIDE OF
MUs Florence Wang, of Canby, and
Mr. Allen II. Adams, of this city, wrr
quietly married In Portland Thurso
day night by th Rev. Henry ' May-
coll, pastor of the Weatmlnslrr Pres
byterian rhiirrh. The ceremony was
performed at th mana. -
The young roupl ar wall known
In IhU rllv Tha lirlda la nv. dauahlar
f of Mr. and Mrs. Wang, of Canby, and
Is one of th uioat popular yuung wo
men In that city. 8 he has lived In
thla city for lha paat year, having
liean a . primary teacher of the Can
man public school, and while her
made many frinds Mr. Adams is a
son of Mr. and Mrs. John Adams, of
thla city, and was connected with his
father's business until recently, when
hm want ti IStrllaml nvhera ha la rin.
f itocted with a shoe company. Th
j young NHple surprlaM their friends
aa well aa their relatives, and th j
Ititter er advised by telephou as!
mm aa th marriage coremonywaa
IHTformed. Mr. and Mrs. Adams will
live lu Portlsnd.
RED HEN LAUDED FOR ,
BIG PORTLAND SHOW
WAR DANCE OF LOCAL OROER(
PROVES INTERESTING FEA.
, ',.TURE OF FESTIVAL.
The Improved Order of Red Men
and -members of tbe Degree Pocahon
tas who apueared in the arand narade:
! In IMrtland Thursday night, and af
terwards put on "Th Indian War
Iance,M received the congratulations
of their friends In Oregon City Fri
day. The t-ntfrtalnment waa In charge
of Charles W. Kelly. All along the
line of march the Indians wer an
plauded.. Th Red Men rod on
large float, at the rear being tbe tepee,
covered with ahlns. and near th c-r
i trr was the fire, and red light. Th
Red Mn wer painted In war color
and wore th Indian costumes, while
Mime uf the membars of iN-nree of
Pocahontaa followed In lb Ilohlendar
automobile. Mr. Kelly, accompanied
the past sachem. In an automobile
Immediately after the parade th
war dunce was given. In which 35
Red Men and the Degree of Pocahon
tas participated. Those having th
leading parts wer Mrs. Henry lieu
nlngsen., Mrs. Richard Rlttner, Mrs.
Mike Gross. Mrs, Walter Mymee. Mrs.
Webb Bums, of the Pocahontas order.
Master John Fredrick s, the papoose;
Ed. McFarland, Hnry Meldrum. Hen
ry llanningsen. John Munch. Th play
waa Impressive as well as weird, and
thousands of persons witnessed It.
WANTED You to know that th En
terprls Job printing department, Is
tbe most com plot lr ta Stat.
outaidPortland.- Try 1t" for : your
Read th Morning Enterprise.
Ouetamns ror orsgrn City,
POTATOES Best. 12.50, good
$2 25; common. 2. Buying, carload.
select. 12.10; ordinary. 11.90.
FIXDUR AND FEED Flour la
aivauy, ariung rrom is to 15.50; very
The sooner you begin, th
O a IJTOURKTT lrldai
People wno "invest"
r - In ntrrtal prmlslna abnormally Ursa '
ar usually disappointed.
They fall 0 ' ptd and th central . .
mnsy pastes t thir. . "lf
Th money saver should lake no chance with the aromat.
When you dspoclt your money n a Tim Certificate or u th. a
Inge Department of W bank, It remains under your contra!
earns a cur and steady rata f Interest, Thor Is no d.n-'
In this kind an Inveclmonl. . "r'tlee.
THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK
of OREGON CITY , OREGON
VrarveaeU 0aorol Banking Buolnee. . Open fren I a. m ta f k
Oregon City Wood and Fuel Company
F. M. BLU1IM '
Vur wnto aupplled with any quantity f 4 foot or 11 Inch wood Ce
llvrd to any part of City. Prices, reasonable.
Satisfaction guaranteed. phore your orders.
Horn ftVIIO Cr. th and Cstfsr,
Paclflo Main S509 . Oregon City.
llttl of cheaper grade. Fd Is
higher and rising slowly. Bran brings
OATS (Buying) c ay, from $25
to $27; ahlte, from $20 -to $31.
BUTTER (fJuytngl Ordinary
country bring from lie to 20c(
fancy dairy from 20c to
ery S2c to Z5c.
EOtlB tiiuyingi Ar ranging from
10c to lie. according to grfd.
POl'LTRY (Buying llrm with Ill
tie good stock offered, lien will bring
14c, If In extra good condition more.
Old rootrs ar poor at te to 10c, broil
ers bring from 32c to 24c, with good
WOOL (Buytiig) Vool prices ar
ranging from 13c to 15c.
MOHAIR (Buying Prices on mo
hair have been way up, com having
brought aa h'jth aa 39e locally. Quo
tations are 37Hc and demand la strong
from $: 50 to $27.50, shorts $2$ to $3H,
rolled barlry $31.(0 to $3132, process
barley $33, whol corn $31 to $33.
cracked cori $3 to $33. Wheat $32
HAY (Buying.) Timothy $16 to
$11. Clover. $13 to $14; oat hay, $14
to $; mixed. $13 to $14; alfalfa, $1
HIDES (Buying Green hides.. 5o
to tic; Salter, 6 He to 6c; dry hides,
12c to 14c. Sheep pells, 2Se to 75c
DRIED rRI'ITS Local prices ar
firm at from Rc to 10c on apple and
prunes, peacbe ar lc.
SLT Selling $0c to 0e tor fin.
50 lb. aark, half ground 40c; 75 for
100 lb. sack
' Pertland Vegetable Markets.
"SACK- VEUKTABIjrs Carrots,
!1.25ri1.50 per sack; parsnips, $1.2j
h $1 5t.; iun,lpt$i 25ii$l,60:leets.
K( JET A BI -ES A spsraaus, 9)c CT
fl.T'i.P'r -"sto; ebbage, uew, $2 er
h'imi..dflKht ; rauliriower, ll.uOW
II 75 per (I'iret.; cel r, t'allftirnla,
4i9c per doxen; cui umbers, $1.5o(r i
$2 25 M-r dnxen; eggplant. 15c per lb.;
garlic, ltictl2c per pound; lettuce,
50c per doxen; hothouse lettuce, $1.60
4f$2 per box; peas, 9cfflle per
(hound; peppers, 30cff35e per iniund,
radishes, 15c per doxen; rhubarb, lc
ft 3c per pound; sprouts. 9c; tomatoee,
POTATOES Oregon, jobbing prlc,
a a a ...
aoonor will you b In
of Oregon City
. r. J. MlTm
$3 60 per hundred ;
(1 7 He per pound
ONIONS Jobbing prlres
$2.76 per 100; Australian,
$3 St D.
100; Texae. $3 26
nla, $2 pr crate
in r craie.callf
$2c. croatu.n'-','Y'0O"JCily Stoci, Uuot.tiom
ownn-1 iuis are quoted uf
rrom 12S lha to- no lbs. sc. tJL
150 Iba. to 100 Iba. me.
VEAL CALVES-Vaal calves brt&
front Re to loo arcoraiug tn grtda
BEEF STEEIta-Mee, r,
th local markets ar Mining lie to
te llv weigOL
SHEEP mi nnu at te to Se lire
BACON, LARD and HAM, r tn.
heal Estate Transfsra.
Bertha E and E L Pralry to ri
cad Htate Bank, pari lot 2. Friltjl
addition, 46 9)10 acre; .ln.
D. K. t'arlock to pavld P, ao4 Eltlc
E. Maihewa, lota II. II ana IX block
C. Mllwaukl Park; IM.
Olio Melnlg to Paul R. Mtilf,
blink 3, Otto Melnlg second addi
tion to. Handy; $1,
M. C. Black et al to (Jeorie T. to
leet, part William Hole doUlloo
land claim; $10.
John putx el at lo Clarkimu toua- "
r. "'rip for county road, sertioa tt,
township 4 aouth, rang 1 east; L
Charles . and May Weuu to Uu
Sobotker, lota 3 and 4, Murk B, Pu
Mary U and Thoma McCxrtir to
t'Ui ksmas County, land In teftloa U
foanshlp 3 south, rsnxe t aut; KM.
(irorge W. and Kmlly E. YlarfcM
to Frnterlck and flottilehft Wrr,
aouth . half of aei half, sactlas It '
township 5 aouth. rani I east: II.
E M.-and Anna flowell te Ckrrto
F. Tamil, part blot k 16, Nob HID,
fi', lti acre; $10
thirlea F. and Minnie B. TsrrlB
ami Jtiieo Mlckelaen, part bl'irk II, .
Ni III":; $11.
- Tha Wsrfding Rasaptisa.
Coograiulatloua ars uul!r offrr
aoun as an angagtnirui a
known, and thrrrfura tbera 1 b aao
to rviiaat tbon at tbs srwWIng rrv
tlon. At lha rarapiloo It suifli
abako band wltb lbs brlds and wior
nwiffl afl.H- havlna sbakstt buDV
With lha liHJa's inolhrr. If WUCOUilOl
d wltb iba lirlda yon liuld ni wltt
to I IntrudiM-ad to hrr. Wis will W
ta ihnli. h.iml m-llh roU S mittST
tit loiiru, run halnir S frlrlld 'H
brldi gnmin anil a guest In brr ttKH
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thr tirttlsa and unai-ialnird wlib W
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SELL WOOL NC
Before Congress Repeals jl
Schedule "K" ' i
We Pay Top Prfcei
Dealers In Hay,' Grain
Feed, Cbal and
Ifi?) ) Gcod
I WW cad MAIN STS.
, Orcccn City
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