1 HORNING ENTERPRISE, TUESDAY, JUNE 13, 1911. 'I II 4' v. 3-" I! nocnir.'G enterprise OREG02T OTT. OKEOOIT E K. BROOIE, Edltec and Publisher. tar ad aa eea d-claae aaattar Jaa a. lfn. I, lilt, at tne poet efllc at OnMI Orecoa. imder Ihe Art of Marc tons sr sctscttrmib One Year, by nail .. IB Month, by nail Four Months, by mall Par steak, by carrier ; r ABTorreoK eito Plra Paa. par ova nrat tnaorttna. .MM . IU . IN . .1 Plra Put, Bar laca added InwtkuM. .Ito .10 PTWwr ftoallMB any pass, par ' Inch ftrat maartts 1K aav Bare, see Men hrkma lie Run aapar other lhaa ftrat sag, par hark nrwt tnarrtton lie fta paper ether tkaa flrat pea, par Mail added meerttone Se 'bacels lee par Una; to regular sdver ' Uaara ae tkaa. Waata. For tola. To Rant. ate . ana ant wars' nrat biaartloa; oee-half aant each additional. Rata for edvertletng is ha Weekly enterprise wlU ba tha aaina as In the dally, for sdvertlaementa art eepedally for tha waakly. Where tha advertisement hi transferred from the dally to the week- ly. wllhoat cnnnsa. th rata will be be aa Ben for t-na of the paper, and lae aa back for pedal position. Caafc ahould accompany erder where unknown In business offle of prevailed for a certainty, but aay price wad - too alga tor Ik mllUoas of men out of. employment. BylStT the Republicans war again a coalrol of all branches of the govern aen. and retained it until the, prwatnt ax lr ee aioa opened. Tha story of tha nation throughout talk long period la on of unexampled prosperity. But again the Democratic party la keen to in vestigate, and to run the country. If It la true that those who have bean burnt dread the fire the campaign of IMS will not.be repeated In 1112. : . Woodman Hold Services. Memorial exercises were held Sun day by the Woodmen of the World. The Rev. C. W. Rooinaon. of St. Paul a church, delivered the principal ad- dreaa at the hall and Mrs. Dea Lanes rendered several solos. After tha aer rirea flowers were placed on tha graves of woodmen In tha varloua ceraeterlea. Cowboy Baronet Fails to Get a Wife and Joins Salvation Army party Is the EaU LsaJ adTerrtsmg at lega advertising rates. Clrrua advert tains and special transient advert Ma- at Me. te toe aa men, accora mm to apeetal conditions rovernlns the Hie BaJe" and Bankrupt Bale1 In lata Ms neb ftrat fnaertioaaddl jaaal kiaartloaa aaasa matter Me lack. News ttetna and well wrlt'en artlolea sf merit, wttk Interest to local read ere. will be aladty accepted. Rejected ana waists never returned onleea aoroenpan- ed by ato.n pa to prepay poets. CITY OFFICIAL NEWSPAPER. June 13 In American History. 178o-v71nOeid 8cott. lieutenant gener al U. a sU born: 6X1 imo. lSM-Tbe Fifth army corps, under . General W. R Shatter, sailed from Tampa. Fhu, for Santiago de Cuba. 1910-C K. Hamilton la Cnrtlss bl- plane flew from Governors Island to Philadelphia: time. 1 bow 88 annates. ASTRONOMICAL EVENTS. (Treai aooa today to aooa toaaorrow.l Bus sets rtaen AM; moon rtsss . c t21 p. am. Thai data annalar acMpae of . 1S54 tooraad the north pole, the Erst time alnca Moaaie eraatJoo. . DEMOCRACY AND PROSPERITY. History is repeatlag itself la a Den ocratle House. It is proposed in that body ta pat th executive departments aader a Democratic tens with tha as sumption that campaign material, or tha, semblance of it, can ba turned up to direct attention away from tha paat record of Democratic Incom patency and failure, IB 1892 there was a Re publican President, but a House Dem- To Give Pupils Recital. Mrs. N. C. Calvert will give a pupils' recital at t o'clock tomorrow In the rhurrh at Willamette. Pupils from Oregon City , Vancouver and Wlla mette will take part. In the exercises. There will be no charge for admission and the public la Invited to attend the recital. Heart to Heart Talks. By EDWIN A. NYE. ocratie by a large majority. Tha Mo FJnley tariff had been in force a snort ceaiment. but aome day. mayhap when TIE DYNAMITE OF SIN. Tears ago mmirtKidT Url.llfd it hole In a rock near a )biM-iiii-tt town and placed a thaw if Uviuiuilte therein. For some reaxuii tue i barge was not nred Tears pamed. . . Gradually tde ar.a filferetl Into the bole In th r k. and t!e farm grew over It and tin gntHM rfnreled It It wan an Inmwrnt aN'Hrtng lmr. Theu the uuexie-tHl li-il. A inau and a Iwv wriv working over the hhi a frw wWkM ago. The lxr Dappened to ntnkr tlir r I; wltli a banuner. The r barge rxilKliil Thf n waa mortally wundd aud lt!i hands ef the boy were blowu lut fragments. - - The dynamite awoke. It was bidden away and men had forgotten all about it but It was there, and it had not lost Its power. The immediate lesson of tha Inci dent Is tha need for greater raadon In tha handling of dangerous explosives. But also there is a moral significance In tha explosion of the hidden dyna mite. And that lesson is this: Beware of tha hidden sin. Because yon may hide It never so safely from the sight of men: yon may cover it over and It may fade from the general recollection: yon may grow over It the mosses of coo tlms and tha Democratic outcry against It waa vociferous. "Turn the rascals oat" was the slogan of the party that promised tha earth in tar Iff and everything also. Tha presi dential election of 1892 was a Demo cratic landslide, and shortly tha Dem ocratic party, for tha first thne in a generation, had control of all de partments of tha government, with astonishing quickness it had S9me- you least expect, a hammer will strike tha rock, and Then? But yon protest there ia pardon Surely there Is pardon. But there Is no salvation from the consequence of wrongdoing none! Ton can no mora escape from the results of a wrong act than from the res-alts of putting your band In the Ore. Sin is dynamite. Hide it and aome day the hammer thins else, and that waa a period of 'of destiny will strike the rock. There calamitous business depression that caa never ba forgotten, aays tha Globo Democrat, by those who witnessed and felt its paralysing results. In 1894 a House, overwhelmingly Republican was elected snd six con secutive subsequent Houses were Re publican. The Investigators of 1892 found nothing wrong in the national accounts. Every cent due waa in the uu aa well as on tha books. The talk win be a flash, a noise, and somebody's contentment will ba destroyed; some body's hope will be shattered. . "Be aura your sin will find yon out-" Macbeth understood. He realised that "even handed Justice commends the ingredients of our poisoned chalice to our own Hps." Therefore It ia better to look the consequences of your evlldolng fully In the face. It la better to stand np and take your punishment It is bet- of "rascals" proved to be nothing but trr to kD0W tb,n to 'en'-and wait. And better still- "Wire the dynamite of evil! No rock I- k ki.t i. V . ni , I . i Mm UUHI VIWUU IV UVHI IL- I I Will 1! ,fJL W" P"ed' "d thn pan,C hT. its own. though It rend the foun sulked through the land. Low prices datlon stones of the eternal Wlla gratuitous slander. A ridiculously misshapen and abortive Democratic The Benefits of Maneuvers In Texas Br General WILLIAM H. CARTER. Commander of Troops on "r Maxicsn Border ' ' UR army on the Mexican border ia BETTER PREPARED today in equipment, details of upply and from the fact that it baa been serving in larger bodies, in regiments, etc, than if v. wga in 1898, when companies, battalions and regiments were brought together for tha first time from distant stations, hastily or ganized into divisions and harried into improvised transports for a tropical service with which the men and officers, were wholly un familiar. , - . H ' t A " The present maneuvers hare also enabled the graduates of our inmtai7) schools to make PRACTICAL APPLICATION of the many theoretical problems presented at tha institute, where, of course, the work is largely paper. ;And the practical wark involved has led to many minor changes tending toward the perfection of camp equip ment ': ' " ' ' " : ' ; In addition to this, the maneuvers have been of marked benefit to the COUNTRY in that they Uught the railroads bow to handle troops lesson "which would U of GREAT USE in an emergency, '1 era iriao. V i . JvVi) vw . ;p r. .. ) : w. an f ' " Pboto by Anertcan Press Association. s IR OEN1LLK CAVE-BROWNE-CAVC. known as the cowboy snd the twelfth hereditary knight of that title, baa become janitor ef the Salvation Army barracks In Brooklyn snd announces that b will tick to tbe organisation in hope of being promoted until be becomes aa officer The baron does not expect to lnd Salvation Army lire aa exciting aa his other experience In varloua corners of the globe, but ss be is past forty years of ace he Is willing to be quiet for a time. When he was a boy the present barou waa a youoKrr sua snd ss such waa pot !nu the navy. Be ran away and shipped on a merchant vessel for Australia. Again he was put into the nsvv. but be failed to pass an examination and was discharged. lie Joined the army before be was sixteen, served a few years in Africa and India snd then resigned, lie bunted nig game in India for a year, making considerable money by killing tlgera and leopards. Then he came to the Called States snd worked ss s cowboy in various western states. He became the champion laaaoer, baring a record of roping .and throwing a steer la nineteen and a half seconds. Ilia elder brother died some time ago, and In 1007 his father died, leaving blm tbe title. Be waa then working on a ranch In Colorado. He went to England, where he found that, though he bad a title dating back to the eleventh century, the estates were hopelessly mortgaged snd be had ao money to maintain the property. Be returned to America and announced that he would marry aay woman under seventy who bad sufficient money to pay the mortgagee, and taks the ancestral home out of pawn. No suitable matrimonial arranementa were made, and now the cowboy baronet has become tha ftalva tlon Army baronet ' ' ESTACADA TO CELEBRATE. Elaborate - Program Arranged For Feurtfi of July. ESTACADA, Or, June.!!. (Spec ial ). Estacada Is making preparations to celebrate the Fourth of July. An address, literary program and games will be on the program. The celebra tion wllfbe held In tbe park. A con teat has been started to elect a God dess of Liberty, tbe votes costing 10 cents each. The votes will be counted every evening snd daily results will be announced. Proceeds will be used to help defrsy expenses of the cele bration. The contest will come to a close at midnight July 1 In the fire men's dance. E. Smith. Estacada. Tbe latter couple lives In Four Couple Oet Licenses. The following were granted mar riage licenses by County Clerk Mul vey: Mary ginger and W. C. Buck ner; Catherine Coffyn and, William I. Chiester; Ellen A. Moore and Ernest A. Miller; Msry Alice Dale snd Owen MISS OENISON ENTERTAINS. Orchestral Music, Solos and Rsclta . tiens Are Enjoyed. Miss Mildred Denlson entertained the Willing Worker's ansa of the Christian Sunday school at ber borne In Gladstone laat Friday evening. Mias Denlson proved s charming young hostess. Music waa furnished by the Linn Brothers Orchestra from Ores ham and Miss Ruth Mendenhall. Solos were rendered by Miss Muriel Davis and Miss Frances Cross, and recita tions were given by Miss Inlts Dixon. Strawberries were served with cream and cake. Those present were: The (Misses Haxdj Mu&ey, Muriel Davla, Frances Crosa, Gladys Wyman, Evelyn Gay, Ruth Mendenhall. Mil dred Denlson, Inlta Dixon; the Messrs. Linns, Denton and Mendenhall, Mrs. Olds, class teacher, and Mr. Denlaon. LATEST MARKETS ; ajwetairerta me oregen crty. POTATOES Best. fttO, food fill; con-moo, S. Buying, carload, select. 11.10; ordinary. 1 1. SO. F1X1UR AND rKEDriour Is steady, selling from l to ItftO; very little of cheaper grades. Feed Is higher and rising slowly. Ursa brings OATS (Buying) Orsr. rrom Ja to 117: white, from :' to i:s. HOTTER (Buying) Ordinary country brings from ie to uc, fancy dairy from 10c to J cream ery sic to 5c 1 EQU8 (ituyingi Are ranging irom SOo to tic. accurals to grade. POULTRY (Buying Firm with Ut ile good slock offvred. Hans will bring tic. If In extra good condition more. Old roosters sre poor at So to 10a. broil . .. Krln- riVftMt et, t n SI arlfk e.Mlit demand. woou (nuv;ng vooi prices sre ranging from 13c to l&c MOHAIR (Buying Prices on mo hair have been way up. aome having brought aa h'xh aa 3a locally. Quo tatlona are 37 He and demand Is strong from $: 80 to Iff 60, shorts 139 to $10, rolled barley 131.50 to 133 33. process barley. IJJ, whole corn 131 to 111. cracked cot tji 133. Wheat 33 to 133. r HAY (Buying.) Timothy IU t IU. Clover. Ill to IU; oat hay, 114 ,to IIS; mixed. 1 to $14; alfalfa, $14 to $11. . HIDES (lluying Green hides. Be to 6c; aalters, SHc lo dry hides, lie to 14c. Bhiep pelts, 25c to 7SC each. ' DRIED FRt 'ITS Local prices are firm at from c to 10c on apples and prunes, ivarhea are ). SALT Selling 50c to 90c tor floe. SO lb. sack, hslf ground 40c; 71 for 100 lb. sacka : r . Portland Vegetable Markets. SACK VEGETABLES Carrots. I1.S6OI1.B0 per aark; parsnips. $133 ft $1.50; turnips. $1 33C$1 50; beets. 11.50. VEGETABLES Aaparsaus. tOcO $1.71 per crate; cabbage, new. $1 per hundredweight: cauliflower, ll.iOO 11.71 per dosen; celery, California, 75c tt rOc per dusea; cuoumbera, 11.&0O 13 21 per doten; eggplant. 15c per lb.: garlic, luc(Ti:e per pound; lettuce. 50c per dosen; hoihouae lettuce, $1.50 VI3 per box: peaa. senile ner pound; peppers, 30cCT35 per pound; radishes, 15 per dosen; rhubarb, tc 3c per pound: sprouts, ac: tomatoes. I70II.M. e POTATO E8 Oregon, Jobbing price. 13 50 per hundred; a ?w potatoes, 7c CTHe per pound. i ONIONS Jobbing prices; 13.71 per 100; Australian. $3 50 per ion; Texas. 2 35 per crate: Califor nia, l per crate Oregon City Slock Quotations. HOG 8 Hogs are quoted He lower From 135 lbs. to 15 lbs, Hc, from 160 lbs. to 300 lbs. me. VEAL CALVES Vtsl calves bring from Re to He according in grade. BEEF STEERS Beet '-tears for the local marketa are fetching SVjcto 6Hc live weight.' SHEEP Me nrui at c to 5c live weight. BACON, LARD and HAM. are firm. " People who "Invest" In enterprises aremlslna abnormally lara- are usually dlaappelnted. ' " 'wrs Tby fWl Inttroet they ssseded and the c antral 'J ,t money peseta to ethers, 1 M, The money saver should take ne shsnees with the sraJ . When you depesll ysur money en a Time Certiflssts er ur' Inga Depsrtment ef this bank, It remains under ysur . . tares a sure snd stssdy rate af Interest. '"There U ne IVL$ In this hind sf sn Inveetment. " 'elattsi The sooner you begin, tha sooner will yeu be In neaaaasu. . growing bslsncs. ressiss f , The Bank of Oregon City BpjpBBBSBBBBBBBna D. a LATOUHrTTB Preeldeat . r. J. MIYXUI n.... THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK of OREGON iTTY, OREGON CAPITAL. (U00.0u a thaatersl wanking wwsineee. Open free A, M. i s h Oregon City Wood and Foe! Company , F. M. BLUHM Veuf wants supplied with mny quantity af 4 feat er 1 Inch weed sa llvtred te any pari ef City. Prices, reasonable. Satisfaction guaranteed. aor ywjr r Heme B-IIO . ' Cer. Ith and r... ' Oregon CHy. Paeiflo Main 1501 CIVIC CLUB GIVES BANQUET MAYOR BROWNKLL, A aV OlMICK AND RKV. C. W. ROBINSON TO SPt AK. WCATHIR FORECAST. , . . Oregon City Fair, not so wsrm; northwesterly winds. Ths Mount Pleasant Civic Improve ment Club Is making extensive prep aratlons (or the annual banquet, which will be given In tbe auditorium of tbe achoil house on Thursday evening. The Invitations. wUI be limited o only Oregon fmentbers of the club, speakers and the press. Among the speakers will be George CV Hroernelt, Q. a Dlmlck. Rev. Chsrles W. Robinson. O. L Hedges snd P. J. Touts. The following are the committees hsvtng charge of the affair: Program Mrs. A. O. Warner. Mias Roma Stafford snd Prof. J. N. Slevers. Reception Mr. snd Mrs. J. M. War nock. Mr. and Mra. 8. O. Dlllman, Mr and Mrs. T. Ollbert Clark, Mr. and Mrs. W-H. Stafford. Miss Msry U Holmes. Miss E. E. Williams, tC. T bom as. Refreshments Mrs. . O. A. Blckel, Mrs. A. E. KlnavMrs. J. W. Hlatt, Mrs. J. M. Warnock. necoratlons Mlaa Roma Stafford, Mlaa Mahle Chrlatensen, A. C. War ner, E Hlatt,' H. Jacobaon. . Read the Morning enterprise. CHICAGO HAS BIGGEST BANK. CHICAGO, June it Chicago now has the largest bank In the TJnlted States. The Continental and Com mercial Bank, which consolidated last winter, todsy took over the Hlbernls Banking Association, giving It total aasetts of $205,000,000. The snnouoce ment waa made by President George M. Reynolds. BBBBBaBBBBBaBBBBBBBBBBBBBBB aanm Barlow Club TO Hevs.CaMblt. Secretary Laxrlle, of the Olackamss County Fair Association, has received is letter rom the Barlow progressive Club, accepting an invitation to nave an exhibit at the few. The same space occupied by the club last year has been stinted It for the coming fair. A farewell party ws tendered Miss Amels Stsats Friday at the home of ber sister. Mrs. Hen lurter. on Seven teenth street. Miss Btaata and her mother, Mrs. B. M. Steals, will leave tomorrow for Milwaukee, Wis., to re msln until September. m HO reward' ! ' ror the arreat and coBlctlo. I 1 of ."I f'"00 ,,r "r". tu a unUw fully remove roplae of TVs a Morning -Enterprise fnita ikaa premlaea of subscribers ..!! I ' paper has been placed thsre hf carrier. " J 4 sa ADDITIONAL LOCALS. t.nV lUtton. of llarmooy, u a.'.. the city Monday. Jamas Wllawa, formerly of WUiob, villa, who recently bought aiaet near Needy, waa In Oregoa City Has, day. ' Jsmes W. Roots, of Boring u la the city Monday Mr. Roots ails that residents of that sertios of the tout were delighted with the roadi rectal- ly buIlL D. C. Robblns. masaser of tha Or gon Commlaaloo Compasy, retxrSN Monday from a I wo weeks' vaauos st Amity where he visited bis par es I a. Mr. and Mra. J. H. RoWaas, Mrs. Hobblna came to Oregoa la 114i and waa well acquainted with Dr. Me Loughlln, founder of Oregoa City. ' SALEM TO HAVE NEW SLOCK. SALEM, or.. June ll-Amaff menta sre under sy for tat awtr tkm of a building to cost frea $3,(44 to $100,000 on tbe V tarsal toner, recently purr based by Wfflua Ms Gilchrlat. Jr. Tbe prrrty a) it UV erty and Bute at reel s Is tat fcttrt a the city snd Is now occupied by soot en sharks. The building will srotablr be Are stories In hrlgbt ssd awdtn In every respect. ' Umtrnt m m. ....j . - L 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 ORECOi'l CITY ENTERPRISE Our boy will call for the mag azines if you Phone. ' ' ' ' . ' - ' X - ' II . BALL PLAYERS fid ESTACADA ill ROOMING-HOUSE AND ftCsTAU RANT ARE PARTIALLY DESTROYED - E8TACADA. Or.: June ll-(8ptfr lal). The Reed building, titutttd ca Broadway near the P. R-. U f Co"t depot, and occupied a rtruursot , snd rooming-house, was partially oe troyed by Are 8undty. The Bre wai not discovered until the flsmw Mj burnevj through the roof. II requires almut two hours of hard work to get the blaxe under control. The Are list ed In one of the moms on tbt PPr floor, but the csuse Is not known. TM loss will probsbly resch $150. TM property Is insured. ' One fireman sustslned s strloui Jury to his bnnd. A basebill ti from Portland wss here st tbe tin and had gone to the diamond for us game when the slarm was aoundsi The members hsd left their clothes st tba lodging house snd, fv Ing for these, hsstened back to sr their possessions. They with the P pie of tbe town who gathered WV in Bundling the flemes snd conflnwi them to the buildings where thef Iglnated. Real Estate Trsniftrs. Tha following resl estate ir"''" hsva been filed In the office of County Recorder: ...j Ethel F. Hsm to W. T. Wide. U In section 6, township 7 south, rinp 4 east; $10. John Bornfeldt to Clsrs Bell rw fer. lot 10, block 11. Windsor; $5- Elbrldge F. Parker to A. K. 8 ns 30 acres of section I, towsinip south, range 1 east! $1. ; u United Btatea to Benjamin A 100 acres of section I. tovO'h'P soith, range 6 east; Ptnt.,., ,a "William 8. and Julia J. Wd' l5 Duncan Currle, 1 acre of D- L' Jsmes Spink, township S south, rw I east; $200. ,w Willamette Falls Company to rr Ross, lot "C" In trset 12, Willi-' and Tualatin Tradti; 1160. ' " w J. H. Keller and Emma Kelj Ruaaell H. Brown, 45 acres of tloa 80, township S south, rang east; $6500. '" , W. U Ellis, K. M. Ellis mnd R Ellis to L U Ellis, 78.76 acrss of tlon 17, township 6 south, rnn east; $1. . . . '' . L. L. Ellis snd Sylvls E. Elll W. U Ellis, 10 acres of section township I south, rsnge I esst: l- L. U and Sylvia Kins ana v.. Ellis to R. J. Ellis. 80 ncres of mp tlon 84, township I south, rsnie -esit; $1. ... John M. and Mary L. Stewart to J. Ellis at al,'400 acres of lection .) township 8. south, rsngs t a"1' 120,000. ,-. ) F. Hanson and Msrlane Hanaon t Hsrsld Hsnson, 14 seres of section 8(1, township- 4 wonth, ranis 4 ea1- )' (LC3. I I '