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uomrnjo enterprise, kridat, junk 16, 1911.
t SV BROMC, Krfltor od PwblleMe.
0. 1S1L, at the pat eAtce at Orea
Ores-oa. under Ibe Act of Maroa
TOMS SF SUKSCIIPTieN.
Cwe Year, be aaaJI
la Moatha. by nail
Pour Mofitha. by mall...
Pee wees, er carrier
. : . ci.tAIVUmSlK lira
PJrel IPeee. pM- taoa riret tnaertloa..l.lle
, . Pita Paee, Mr In ah added IneerUoas. . lo
rrwerree pealtton any pea, pw lacb
first tanVn IK
fnwtiH (foaltlon aay ea. per la oh
. Sen 'paper other taaa first peae, Pr lch
first aaeertlaa lfc
Baa wptr ether thaa flrat ease, per haeh
added tasaertleaaj, Sc
Loeala las per Ilea; ta resaler adVar
Maera to Dae.
Weata, Far Bale. To Rant. (e . ana
seal word flrat InaerUen; oa-half cant
kales for advertlstn In .fee Weakly
aterprtee will ba tha aame aa la lha
dally, for adverttaementa art aanaclally
for the weekly. Where tha advertisement
at transferred from tha dally to tha weak
ly, wit haul chamrs, tha rata will
aa tneti far rtn af tha
lack for apodal aoaltleav
Cash should accompany order where
parly la unknown In bustneaa office of
Local advertising at lasal edrertlelne
Circus adserttslnc and special traaatani
edrertleins at tte to Sec aa Inch, aoeord
sac to apectej condltloaa rovrmln tht
paper, and lee aa
"Fire Rale and Bankrupt Bala" adrer
ta ate Inch flrat Insertion; sddl
rtioaa aame asatur Sao Inch.
News Items and wall written anlolea
uf SMTH. with Intsrast to local isaJaia.
will aa s"ladry accepted. Rented menu
sorts ts aarar returned unleee accoeapea
ad ay etaasoe ta prrpay poataaa
CITY OFFICIAL NEWSPAPER.
June 16 In American History.
1777-Brltlb army nnder Onemi Rur
. go rue edrsnced on Lake Cham
plain agalnnt the colonial force at
: Onwi, Point and TtcnnderoaTt
1SA6-Edw1n I Very Whipple. aotnur.
died: bora 1810
ISOrWBUl admitting Oklahoma to
statehood became a law.
' 1910 John Austin Srevena. Historian,
founder and Drat president of Bona
of Revoratloa. died: bora 1827.
(From noon today to noon tomorrow. 1
Boa acta 729). riaaa 434; mooa rlaca
1120 p. Ba.
WHERE IS OUR PRIDE t
Mora than three years ago several
enrratlc business man of Oregon
City succeeded In organizing a Com
mercial Clab. Considerable enthns
Uan waa aroused and clab rooma
war secured on tha fourth floor of
the llaaonie Temple. Theae rooma
ware quipped and hare been a aoorce
of pride and comfort for the pnbllo
aplrited cltiaena of Oregon City. En
tertain menu and gathering have
been held there and meeting rooma
provided for the rariona civic organ
Jaationa of Oregon City.
It la now proposed to sell, the
equipment of these' rooms to - frater
nal organisation, which would carry
with it -the utter abolishment of the
bill of hardware and fled when It came
that yoa had forgotten 10 centa worth
of nalratV Did you petd to Chtcage
for them r did yoa go to the hard.
ware store gnd boy themr
Did yon ever aend away for an ad
vertised epeclal ralue hi lumber or
sash and doora and find oa receipt
of the good that the mall order
house "forgot' pome of the eaaentlalaf
Did you aend away for the balance
or did you go to the local lumber dea
ler to set what waa missing?
Did you ever aollclt a contribution
for charity from aome land promotion
company a thousand miles away or
from a mail order house in Chloago,
New York to Sin fYaacleco?
It you have tried It you know It
won't work. But you dont hesitate
to go after the real estate man, the
grocer,- the hardware dealer or the
lumberman here at home when yon
have aome little money raising scheme
to put through. And generally they
'come acroaa" without a murmur.
In other words, do you play fair
tin your friend. . lha local bualneaa
man. Or do yoa uae him aa a con
veulonce and aend your money and
your real trade elae where?
Every dollar you apend at home
adda to the wealth of thla commun
ity. Every dollar you aend away de
tracts from Ik If you are Imbued with
local aa well aa national patriotism
you will keep your money at home In
every case where you can get aa great
value here aa elsewhere. Give our
business men a chance.
WANTED Small advartiaemenu for
thla column, prices ery reason
able. See rate at head of eolnmn.
Heart to Heart
PUPILS HAVE LITTLE TROUBLE
WITH QUESTIONS AT
County School Superintendent Gary
announced Thursday that 133 pupil
wbf lat week took the final eiamlna
tloa In Civil Government or grammar,
or both, for Eighth grade certldcatee
had passed.. , , ,. , , (
The questions In theae two objects
were hot so dlfleutt at thai examina
tion aa In the flrat one, and there
were comparatvely few failures. . The
following la a list of those who passed
District 105. Irene Preston, Hilda
Kalaer and Esther Larson; District
115. Heralding Hastings, Annie Gard
ner. OfWe Hughes. Leslie Kellogg and
Anah White; District St. Elmer Crib-
nif. rioya inackDurn. Dei via w.
Montgomery. Gladya Ureen: District
37. Francee Schmidt, Emma Derrick
and Sherlle Swallow: District 43, Isa
bel Portow, Gordon McKllllcan. Leola
Fsher, Helen Hartke. Steven Braher.
Lyman Warnock and Willie Rowland;
District 85. Humphrey Parry; District
I. Reese Bates. Ralph Madison. Haael
Brlgg and MarqurletU Roberta: Dis
trict 71. Jennette Strange, Iva Mun-
ger and Addle Reed; District 41. Lot
tie Schroeder. Lillian Tledeman and
Ltisle Moser; District 64. Jack Par
barry. Marie Leuenberger. Ellis Jones.
Margaret Jonea and Herbert Hoi-
comb: District 54. Olive Olsen, Ulysses
uisen. Nina Hoy lea and Nellie
tarsals combined la flrat one form had
then another and how the American
Sugar BeOnlng Company achieved,
power lav the sugar world. The com
mittee refused to excuse Joseph P.
timna, aeaa or ue Mormon Chufcbi
front responding to the subpoena to
testify before the committee. Mr.
Smith must appear Best week.
REPORT OF WOMAN SHOT FALSE.
Sheriff Mass Probes Rumer Ths Mra.
enaw ib OTOvnosa. '
The Red light waa turned on late
last night to summon the police to
Bolton, a report having been started
that a highwayman had shot and
wounded Mrs, Esther Shaw. Bolton
being out of the jurisdiction of Ore
gon City police. Sheriff Mas hastened
to the home of Mrs. Shaw and fouud
that tbe rumor waa false.
GAITY ROGf.S AT
BIG DAtiCE Of CLUB
100 COUPLES ATTEND ST. JOHN'S
YOUNG PEOPLE'S EN
IS CL0S!.'G RAPi
OUTPUT WILL NOT REACH HALF
OF WHAT HAS SEEN
Not long since It remembered what
It owed Henri Dunant. tbe founder of
social feature of the Commercial Clab. ' te Red Cross. He was old and poor.
ENJt! PUNAUrS DREAM..
Heart Duuuui was a weeiiu.r youuit
Like many other sous of lur
ricb be knew nothing oetierTuuu is
spend bla money fur iwrnuiiki Uu
Then one day be had a vision. Ii
waa the vision of the tted Itok. h
dream uniting tbe 'whole world under
one banner for tbe relief of buuiiiii
suffering. - Yea. It was "only a dream."
men aaid. , :
Bnt lienrl Dunaut started out' lu
make bis dream come true. - Like
Paul, be waa not disobedient lu tbe
heavenly vtnlon. He spent bl life
and bis fortune In organizing tbe In
ternational Society of tbe Red Crow
It was a gigantic realization of a gt
gantlr task, tbe on I ting of tbe world
of men In works of common mercy.
What was money beside Ibis dream?
And ao Henri Dunant literally became
poor that tbe world through bis pur
erty might become rich In pity and In
deeds of mercy.
And tbe-world forgot.
Committees have- been named, it la
aaid. to confer about the proposition.
. The failure of the Oregon City Com
mercial Club to maintain these club
rooma would have only one meaning.
It would be a public admission to
other towns of the Northwest that
Oregoa City la not progressive enough
to support a Com me real Clnb.
It would be a decided step in the
It would be a backward movement
It would be a virtual acknowledge
ment that we have attempted and
failed, where scores of other smaller
citlea have succeeded.
In the end It would result In wip
ing the organization from the map.
If there are not 200 men in Oregon
City with pride In their hearts for
the maintenance of a Commercial
Club to pay one dollar a month
toward Its support, let us have a clnb
anyway, even if 100 of ua are called
upon to pay two dollars. Let na have
It If 50 of ns have to pay four dol
The city needs these club rooms.
What matter If visits of members are
infrequent? Tbe club rooma are
there, for the use of the organization,
and the organization will not survive
after tbeir abolishment.
IS IT FAIR?
Did you ever send to Chicago for a
having Impoverished himself In bla
labors. He waa voted the Nobel peace
prise, which will amply provide for
him until bis death.
Who of tbe moderns baa dreamed or
accomplished a nobler dream? Talk
of captains of Industry ibe world Is
tired of the stories of material suc
cess. Here Is a captain of mercy.
Here la a man who has syndlcsted tbe
Where battlefield or Are or flood or
earthquake or pestilence may be. there
ta the race of civilized men leagued
together for rhe succor of bruised bu
We talk about tbe brotherhood of
Here Is a visualized brotherhood, a
colossal onion of human beans, a
merciful mlwlon In whose labors of
love Is no distinction if race or creed
or color. And Henri Dunaut has been
one of loose of whom the world waa
Now tbe world will not forget until
he la dead. The world has a way of
remembering Its modest heroes only
when they die.
Tbe world loves yon. Henri Doniot.
District 48. William Maple. Reaina
A. Huerth. Harry A. French. Ruth
Peckover. Gladya Wyman. Blanche
Davenport and Charles Lucas; District
20. Llllle Harms. Frieda Kraxbereer
ana oeorge Lamour; District 120.
Mamie Wourtns; District 306, Nina
Voea; District It. Joseph Warnock
ana mile Manium: District 86, Eddie
Muriss, t iarence Eld. William Schul-
ler and Royce Brown: District 98.
tiiiva m. feriot; District lOi. Albert
Helvey; District 29. Fred Jassar.
nyae Jaggar and Jennie Bly; District
3.. Harry E. Tauacher; District 33.
ituoy uara. tana Elmer and Rudolph
Miller: District 103. Irving Hanson,
Walter Wetzler. Arthur Scheuner,
Herbert Holmea, Paul RIchter, Kate
Stein, Edna Schubert. Alda Clarkaon.
Imogene Inman and Garold 8koog;
District 11. Hazel Larklns, Ruben F.
Chlndgren and Myrtle A. Larklns;
District 68, Harlie Freeman.
District 90, Vets Edmlston; District
123. Lawrence Dahlstrom; Dstrlct 7.
Lee McKlnzle; District 6. Hannah
Kyllo, Eugenie Catlett. Ruth Wld
stramd, Emma Gottwald, Edwin Ey
man and Peter Kyllo; District 82.
Esther Nendel; District 60, Carl Doug
las; District 121, Mary Miller, Milton
Miller, Leroy Gard. Clay Miller and
Leona Gard; Distrtcttll, Esther Mill
er; District 17. Lloyd O. Trulllnger,
Walter Van Curen; District 3, Oath
erine Toder and Frances Brennan;
District 116, Paul Courtright and El ma
Wlcklund; District 36, George 8cham
el. Lee Adams, Hilda Baker and Sybil
McFadden; District 31. Nelly Qu stay
son; District 83. Alice Berghous.
Eleanor Bews; District 65, Vincent
Sowa; District 80. Zllla Klrbvaon-
District 61, Isabel Hattan; District 30,
St. John's Young People s Club gave
delightful dance at Bused a Hall
Thursday evening.' The hall waa beau
tifully decorated with asparagus ferns.
rosea and carnations. About 104 cou
pies were present, and dancing was In
dulged Jn until a late hour. Refresh'
ments, which consisted of Ice cream
and punch, were served by Mrs. Frank
Buech, Mlsa Nora Han I tan and Miss
Julia Baker. Parsons' orchestra fur
nished tbe music. The committees la
charge were aa follows:
Floor managers Dr. T. J. Fox, Mr.
William Milvey, Mr. McBaln. Mr.
John Busch, Mr. Harry Draper, , Mr.
Fraili Potter. Miss Emma Qulnn. Miss
Kate Slumott, Mlsa Matilda . Meyer,
Mlsa Charlotte Baker. Miss Nora
Patronesses Mlsa K. Porter, Miss
L. Draper. Mrs. William 8heahan.
Mrs. J. G. Flnnlcane, Mrs. M. Justin,
Miss M. Hanlfln, Mrs. W. E. Pratt,
Mrs. George A. Harding, Mrs, Otto O.
Pettt, Mri Ice.
The following were present:
Emma Qulnn, Fannie G. Porter.
Waldo Caufleld, Mr. and Mrs. F. C.
Gadke. Mrs. George A. Harding. Eve
lyn Harding. Lloyd Harding, Frank
Busch. Jr., Llvy 8tlpp. Dr. Thomas J.
Foa, Harry E. Draper John Buarh,
Ed Busch. Mr. and Mrs. Otto Pet tit.
Mra. L. E. Jonea. Otto Mueller. Frank
Hotter. Clara Rotter. Matila and Ida
Myers. Mr. and Mrs. Lin wood E. Jones,
Roy and Harry Toung. Dolly Pratt.
Mr. and Mrs. J. p. Clark, Edwin Ger
ber. Elsie Frederick. Mr. and Mra.
C. 8. Noble Mrs. Nelta Barlow Law
rence, Mr. and Mrs. H. 8.
U looked Thursday as if the nd
of cheap at raw berries had arrived for
the present aaaaon. Very limited of
ferings were Shown.
Beet berries advanced with a few
crates of extra select Clark moving
almost to 3.
According lo strawberry, growers
who arrived on - the. market, (he
season la closing very rapidly. While
some fair supplies of late (terries are
expected aoon, the output la not likely
to reat'h half of what had been ex
pected earlier In tbe year. ,
fanners are atrong after supplies
and for that reason are taking hold
of varieties that In former yeara they
would not even look at.
Quotarnrk ear oreaen City.
POTATOES Hast. It.lflt good
13 36; common. 3. Buying, carload,
select. 13.10; ordinary. II 90.
ri-OUR AND FRED--Flour Is
steady, selling from 15 to 16 60; very
little of cheaper gradea. Feed Is
higher and rising alowly. Bran brings
OATS ( Buying) Oray. from 126
lo 37; white, from f 38 to 138.
BUTTER (Buying! Ordinary
country brlnga from 16e to 30c,
fancy dairy from 30c to 33?, cream
ery 32c to 5c
EGGS (iiuyingi Are ranging from
:oe 10 zic, according to grade.
POULTRY (Buying Firm with lit
tie good stock offered. Hens will bring
He, if in extra good condition more
Old roosters arejnoor at 80 to 10c, broil
era bring from C3c to 14c, with good
WOOL (Rujrtbgl Vool prices are
ranging from 13c to 16c.
tuiiAiR i iiuying prices on mo
hair have been way up, aome having
brought aa h'gh aa 39o locally. Quo
tations are 37 c and demand la strong
from 126 60 to 137.50, aborts 121 to 130,
rotiea naney iji.bo 10 133.13. process
barley 133. whole corn 131 to 833.
cracked cot 832 to 833. Wheat 833
HAY (Buying.) Timothy lit in
$18. Clover, 813 to 814: oat hav. 814
to 816; mixed. 813 lo U; alfalfa, tl
to 316. '.
HIDES (Buying Green hldea. &e
to 6c aalters, 6Hc to 6c; dry hides,
13c to 14c. Shien nelta. xse to ?&
DRIED FRtlTS Local nrlcea era
nrm ai from 8c to 10c on apples end
prune, feacneg are lee.
SALT Selling 60c to 90e for "na
50 lb. sack, half ground 40c; 76 for
100 lb. eacka.
Portland Vegetable Mark eta.
SACK VEGETABLES Carrots,
II 25031.60 per sack; paranlpa, 81-26
fill 60; turnips. 31 25311.50; beets.
vkuetablkb Asparaarua, 90c fj
People who "Invest'
In enterprises premlslna abnormally ul " ' '
. re usually disappointed. , ' Wr
Thoy fall te net the Interest thoy aapeetod and the sanVi' .
money paeoe t there. " Ml,"l f
The money saver should lake na ehanoea with tha a 4 ,
When you deposit your money en a Time Certificate a
Inge Department ef thla bank. It remains under your Jl ' '
earns a aura and ateady rata ef Interest. There la IV 4
In thla kind of an Investment. aretltie,
The sooner you begin, the aeener will yew bo In noaa...i
growing bslanee. "'sua af ,
. The Bank of Oregon City
rasia n na.
D. & IJaTOTJaWrni Preetdeat
J. BttfBa a . '
TUG Uf D CT M A T Tnilt a . .
A AAJ- 4 U0 dk AeTS. aV ,AalatJL DANK
of OREGON CITY, OREGOM
l smnklng neiasse, Open res a
MoodV. Mr. R. f ' tlnlman n.rl
!ng. Rhea Cole. W. J. Cole. George V-7" B-r fate; eabbage, new, 13 per
Simmons. John Flnucane, Mr. and iu u,""wr,an,: cauunower, i.orj
Oregon City Wood and Fuel Company
Your wantesayppllod with any auantlty ef 4 feet cr 11 Int.,
Ilvered te feny part ef City. Priaea, reasonable.
Satisfaction guaranteed ,
Paaifle Mala 3503 '
are your eraVt.
Coe. lui ,M csav,
Iva EkallMrVerna Holcomb and Dora j James,- Helen rioullonMr in4 Mr
"""'''. uiM'rci 91,-tano aianning;
District 22. Marcla F. Heln, Arnold
Blrtchet; District 63. Elsie Raddats;
District 28. Alice Bernln; District 40,
Glenn McGonegal, John Rltter and
Mary Keller; District 81, Burton
Brown, Russell Jones; District 118.
MORMON HEAD MUST
TESTIFY IN SUGAR PROBE.
WASHINGTON. June 15. The
House Sugar Investigating Committee
listened today to how the augar In-
Mrs. J. O. Flnucane, Hazel Tooae.
Bunnle Owenby. Kate Porter Mra.
William Sheahan. Mra. Gead, Mr. and
Mra. W. E. Pratt. Mra. Justin. Mr.
Leonard Mlsa Ethel Graves, Mr. and
Mra. Latourette. Mr. and Mrs I)
m. d. iAtourette. Maggie Hanlfan,
Nora Hanlfan, Tbenle Draper, Maud
Woodard, Steve Chambers. Maggie
Mulvey, Clara Mitchell, Rosa Justin,
Mr. and Mra. Matt Raber. Rosa and
Clara Miller, Martha Lelsman, Lelah
M. Hlatt. Mr. E. Hlatt. Mrs. Stalnch.
Mrs. L L. Porter, Lennle Snooks, Ed
Schoenhelnx, Misses Motak, Florence
and Frances Draper. Bertha Barry,
Erma Draper, Mlsa Nettle Burgoyne,
Tom SInnott Katryn Slnnott. H. E.
Brown Fred Baker. Jr. and Mr. Phil
llpa of Seattle.
11.75 per dozen; celery, California, 75c
080c per dozen; cucumbers, 81.50ff
33.25 per docen; eggplant. 16c per lb.:
garlic, locfjllc per pound: lettuce.
60c per dozen- hothouse lettuce, 31 60
C82 per box; peas. 8c lie per
pound; peppers, 30c 3 5c per pound:
radishes, 16 perdonrrbabarb, 3Hr
08c per pound; sprouts, ic; tomatoes.
POTATO E8 Oregon,. Jobbing price.
32 50 per hundred: nw notatiea. ?e
427He per pound.
ONIONS Jobbing prices; Oregon
8275 per 100; Australian. 13.50 per
100; Texas, 83 25 per crate: CaUfor
nla, 32 per crate
Oregon City Stock Quotations.
HOGS Hoes are quoted Ho lower
From 125 lbs. to 150 Ibe. e, trvm
150 lbs. to 200 lbs. 8 Vie.
MARKETING 4x TELEPHONE
I always at your elbow, steadily increase in
usefulness. It does a score of errands while 1
messenger is doinf one. You come to accept tel-
ephone service as a matter of course, like the sir
you breathe or the water you drink.
Your Bell Telephone performs these daily
services of neighborhood communication, and it
does more it is a unit in the universal system
and enables you to reach any one any time vitlv
in the range of the Long Distance Serce.
The Pacific Telephone A Telegraph ta
Every Btll Ttlcphone is ihe Cntr of tht System r'r
VEAL CALVE8 Vsl calves bring
from 8c to iue accoremg iq grade.
BEEP 8TEKRS Bee I teera for
the local, markets era fetching 64c t
6 Vic live1 weight.
SHEEP ie nrui at te to So live
BACON, LARD and HAM. are Arm
Jenkins Guess must be a fool.
waa born on tbe flnt day of April.
Mncbwed Shake, old fellow. I con
sider myself a fool also
Jenkins And were yon born in that
Mucbwed No; marr ed. - Boston
Leadership Is the News
By Bishop M'PAUL of Trenton, N. J.
HZ NEWSPAPCR HAS A HIGH AND NOBLE MISSION OH
THIS EARTH. IT IS A QREAT AND POWERFUL EDUCATOR
'AND SHOULD ENDEAVOR TO LEAD PUBLIC OPINION, NOT
rORaCTTINQ THAT ALL SUCCESSFUL LEADERSHIP IM
' PLIES A PRUDENT, JUDICIOUS FOLLOWING.
'"' 'If th5 newepdper SObts too high above the public mind its pmver to
, . influence.! NULLIFIED. ( It must be ubovo the people, yit it muiit
p reach down to their lerel in order to ELEVATE and EDUCATE
them. r-r. .v. j '. ' ,l ;.
, After an extensive study of my subject it give me ?ery great pleas
1 Ore to state publicly that I hare reached the conclusion that there are
, many American newspapers and newspaper men atriting to observe
irJGH MORAL 8TANDARD in their publications. In th midst
' of so many temptations bviting them to swerve from tbe straight and
-' narrow path these papers and the men connected with them certainly
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i. BUCHANAN IS MADE ORANO
'HIOH PRIEST OF
C. J. Buchanan, nlht superiors-
! dent of tbe Wlllametta Pulp S Pspo
Pfl mitBIIW t ai Ikaarl aalatafBBal sllmJld
j vs -eaaej Be ewe BWS ww" "
; High PrleaT of tbe Masonic Chapter,
nd Mai Bollock, aiao of (all city, -baa
been appointed Oraad Mr of
tbe Second Veil.
Tbe position to whlrb Mr. Buchiua
has been alevaied la tha hlfhet la
the chapter In the ststo, asd ha
receiving the contratulatloai of U
I frlenda. Mr. Ilollack u aatteS
C.rand Master of the eScona vsu 07
Nat Flehlno Closes.
The net fishing sesaon st the W
of tbe Willamette closed ThurwW
and will not open until November 1
Fishing baa been poor fr mors th
a week, and the aupply of '
hardly been sufficient to supplr
WEATHER INDICATIONS. '
x . !
Oregon City Fair; etnjv .
winds. J ,'
Oregon Oenerslly fair; a0!
warm In east portion; genarev" f
westerly winds. 1 A.T .
. ; i
The road boas his a force ? r
and teams hauling gravel 00 '
The score of tbe bsll gams het"" ?
the Logan and Damascus tsaa"
Logan Sunday waa 0 to 8 n I,!. ?
Logan. , Anderson for Lo8B ',ruc. .
out 17 men. '
The Logan second nine ana
hnva .l. .k. ..mi rtll",, .
In favoi1 of the Logan boys I to T.
SELL WOOL NO
1 Before Contrress Rep
We Pa v Too Prices
Dealers in Hay, Grain , A
Feed, Coal and
i I Itti ond Hain bJS.