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UORNIffO ENTERPRISE, SUNDAY, JUNE 18, 1911.
O&XGOIT CITT, OREGON
. C K. BROD4E. Editor and Fvelleher.
' "Baterad mm mm eond-elaaa aaatter Juh
T , at in post ocrmm at iiraaoa
TOMS tf SOBSCttPTWN.
1 m) Year, by mall
' oar atoataa, by Mil
'"e Mt by earrlsr
"trot fut Mr mea tlrM laaartkia..
tret ff. Mr Inch tdM tauwikwa .lc
"afetisd position any mm. per Inch
fleet atesrtton ls
-i mti i posit loa My pa, per taeti
aaoe taesrttone 1
'" paps Mkw taaa first paa-a. per mch
tlrM laasrtloa 11a
ua caper ether thu flrat pace, Mr hMfe
Mm1 Inaantsaa Be
Leeela la par Dm; la raamlar eaer
laara te feM.
Waata, FNar Bale. Te Rent, etc.. eae
t a on flrat Baeartlea: aa-hatf eeat
RatM An ihmIUm as Wasa-lv
Kntarartaa will a tha earns aa la tha
ally, far advertiesaMata est sepselauy
vr the wssaly. tha advertlesaeset
traaafeiM fraaa the dally ta tha wash
v, wltkaat ehaaare, tba rata win b Be
a taea far m of tha papsr. end 10a aa
tab far apeetal aoaJUoa. -
Cash aaoaM aeeaaapaay erasr whara
.-arty la awkaowa la business office af
Laaal adverttatac at lal adrsrt tains
Clreua edverttatac and apeetal trajMrfvni
"W ta aesclal coadltloaa gu orates tha
Mala" a4 Baakrupt Bale" aCvar-
us ssa an ure. nisi itoa; aaai
At the Portland Theaters
LAST CAR LEAVES FOR OREGON CITT AT MIDNIGHT
News heasa and wail wrlttaa artielso
t assi ii, wiia nuiNi io locmj i sauna,
IB ba eiaaty aooeptad. Rejects aun-
-itta aar rataraad unlp aceoeapan
a by MiaH ta prepay aoaiaaa.
CITY OFFICIAL NEWSPAPER.
June 18 In American History.
ISU Coajtraaa dei-iarvd war against
la Henry Jarvla Ka.rmond. Journal
. 1st. r-oasmKinan. frteod and
rapber vt A bra ban Ijut-uin. dW:
ISB-William Hart.-V A. a wall
Ikwi painter. died: born IX2Z
Judge rTUmm Howard Tart
nominated for president at Chicago
by ta HapabUeaa national twtia.
1910 Tbaodora Baoaarait wileenj la
Mvw lark ctty on laCaia Iroai
taattac trip ta Afrka.
ooa today toi
ta aata 7 ML rlaaa 4dA;
UaTf a. am.
a :' ' I ' " 1 . - ' ,
CLU3S TO GET L07
COPlIt OF PROGRAMS TO !
MAILIO AND OTHtRl LIFT
AT T0RI FOR PUBLIC
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Tha program of th WllUmatla
Valtoy Obtitauqua, ! ba hM at
tiladatou on July 4 to July It, In-
clualva, has baan publiahad and will
ba dlatrlhit4 this waak. Tha book
lat la lurcar than av-V bafora anl
awry pron lntaraa'a-1 In Iba rhau
tauqua should hava a revjr. A larca
numlrci of coplaa will ba aiallaJ, but,
for tha benefit of tho.a who do not
rvoalva I ham In thU way, roplea will
ba loft aft Wadoaaday at tha Young
Man s Christian AavH'atlon and J. K.
Qlira bookatora In Portland. Coplra
may alao ba obi l nod at Huntlay
Ilroa.' drug slora and tha Flrat Na
tion a I nank nf Dramii tit. Sarratarv
Gary announcHj Halurday that cluoa
of tan will ba allows! aeaaon li'kt
for f J. Tha regular price la IJ.W.
JO CD (I'M
LIGHT AOVANCK IN HAMS AND
Heart to Heart
By EDWIN A. NYE.
rk , MAY R0BS0N AT HCILIQ THEATRE.
Charmlna ana finnm impmi i ii - - -
- , . yiTu, orr Dniuaai comedy aue-
eeaa. Tha RatnranatlnB nf nnr U - ...... : 7
and Taylor mm, for tV.? jjtT SpTlal
niioa matiBM sinni j "uam opeciai
Brary resident of the city ahooJd
attend tba McLovgnlin memorial ex
erdaaa this artaraooa. It la never
too ktt to mend."
The "Wild Man" has been found.
He Isa't wild at all, unless chasing the
almighty dollar la a alga of wildneea.
He aaya he alept In the woods for
Tha Clackmaa eountr men who
-tarted on the Herculean task of
'mllding a railroad aometlme ago are
naking the dirt fly. The way stock
labacriptions are pouring In now re
rninda one of the line, "bat thoea who
cime to scoff remained to pray."
AH property valnea depend upon tbe
--osperity of the community. If onr
manufacturers are prospering, and the
merchant likewise, the farmer will
Prosper, too. The persistent demand
fir goods "Made In Oregon" will help
i.rlng greater prosperity to the people
TV0 WIHAPPY WIVES
SUE FOR DIVORCE
'ABEL HEILMAN SAYS HUSBAND
MADE HER WORK WHEN
8HE WAS ILL.
JOHN DREW IN "SMITH."
Famous Actor Opens Short Engage-
mam ax namg Tomorrow,
while John Drew baa tha principal
character In "Smith" which cornea to
the Heillg Theatre for three nights,
commencing Monday, June 19. he doea
uui piay me rote which givea the
comedy Ita name. That falls m wan
Boland. who played the principal fe
male role with Mr. Drew In "Incon-
atant George" last atason. The char
acter la that of a pretty and whole-
aome young country girl, a parlor
maia in a bouse waere-Taomaa Free
man (Mr. Drew s character) ta mak
ing a six weeks' Tlait. Freeman la ao
utterly disgusted with the fashionable.
snaiiow, nrrage-p'.ying men and wo
men who surround him thu k ia
gradually drawn towards Smith aa the
one natural and -fresh-minded person
In the group. For a while 8mlth
feeling that she and Freeman are sep
arated by the Inexorable law of caste,
holds back, her attitude bringing about
a aeries of lore scenes which are both
charming and from quite a new point
of view. 8mlth. being In her first
position, la In care of the cook who
gives her pointers In her love affaire
to tha vast amusement of both Free
man and the audience.
Mabel Heilman has filed a suit for
vorce against John Heilman. They
ere married at Stratford, Texas, on
December 18, 1907. Soon after their
arriage, she aaya. her husband treat
I her cruelly, and while she was III
he was compelled to work and earn
er own living, although he was strong
'd abl to support them both. She
' ks to resume her maiden name,
'abel Cummins. She Is represented
y L. B. Relder.
Eva Linn has filed a suit for di
vorce against Charles A. Linn to whom
ie was marritd on October 2, 1901.
lere were no children. Mrs. Linn
ys that her husband deserted her.
ie is represented by J. G. Rlchard
MAY ROBSON IS COMING.
The Rejuvenation of Aunt Mary"
Coming to Portland Thursday.
The funniest of all comedies, "The
Rejuvenation of Aunt Mary." which
comes to the Heillg Theatre Thurs
day. Friday. Saturday and Sunday,
nights, June 22nd. 23rd, 24th and 25th,
with special priced matinee Saturday,
baa been successfully presented by
May Robson In every large city in the
United States, and duplicating the
nuccess at Terry's Theatre, London,
England, where Mian Rnhum ,-,,!.
! the time of her engagement from
iuree weens to nearly three months.
Her Immediate recognition by a
critical audience of London, was
one of tbe beat compliments to
her talents and capability as an ar
ress. The press was unanimous in
praise of "Aunt Mary," the unsopnle
tlcated aplnster, and her blending the
humorous and pathetic, without ap
parent effort, was commented upon
in flattering terms. The shrill un
trained voice and the awkward ges
ture of the provincial becomes aoft
ened and musical when she apeaka
of her tenderness for her nephew.
The very naturalness of her acting
carrlea conviction that Miss Robson
ia an exceptionally clever woman, and
the only one on the stage today pre
aentlng the somewhat difficult role
of an eccentric old maid. You laugh
with her when her experience In New
York develone her h nmnr an A vam
cry with her In her moments of pathe
tic sadness. "Aunt Mary is not an
Imaginary type of the tender, big
hearted country womae. They exist
everywhere, and are easily recognized,
and at the end of the play you have
a sort of feeling that yon would like
to have Juat auch aa Aunt Mary.
Seata go on sal Tuesday, June
SCHOOL ELECTION TOMORROW.
J. E. Hedgea Is Only Candidate For
The annual election for school direc
tor will be held tomorrow afternoon
V, t0 4 'c,oc the City Hall
building. J. e. Hedgea, tha only can
didate, was requested to become a
candidate to n..i .
havine aerved two years on the dty
David Caufleld. nor Ranxatt ..4
0. W. H. Miller h. k. .
m , rwiuicu
juumjmm or eicuon ana B. If. Coopei
clerk Of electloa Th a...t
ers' meettna for tha nnrnna. a
Ig the reports of the directors and
clerk will be held tomorrow evening
at 7 o'clock In tha rnnnt. rv.M v
Thla meeting la open to the public.
Wllllame Bret. Buy Building.
llliama Brothers' Tna.f.. r
DDT nM Purchased tbe building form-
.-r.7 orcupieo ny E. J. McKlttrick s
ho store. Thla company has been
having headquarters In the office of
.17 "nd W- KPPbender.
and the building to be moved Into will
be thorourhl rtnnnt a m -
- . . n uira new
fe baa been purchaaed.
All her life alm-e.atie waa Oftrea
Roae Robinson Of Ml,. Uiula has bevu
a "factory girl." When wvrk la eieady.
abe told a rvivrter. aba makes fu&O
a week. She tay fl a week for a
room and bul little wore tban that fur
food. Out of her aavtnga abe bad ac
cumulated about ten yea re ago fl.UOU,
which aeema marveiuua.
Then abe put her money In a build
ing and loan eaxorlatlon. It failed, and
abe lost tbe eutlre amount.
Despite tbe loan of her bard earned
savings. Kuee Koitluaou Unan again to
put money in ibe avlu bank. She
low baa something more than ttMU,
Long ronttaued toll at meager wagea
and pinching evooooiy are B4ihlng new
In the annaat of labor operatives, and
la thla respect Row Koblnson la nut
different from others. She baa saved
more money tban moat of each work
era, and- Bnt batea.
"It waa my wlab as a young wom
an." abe aaya. "to bare a Utile girl of
my own. But It waa not meant tbat
my wink should be graitfled. for no
man baa aaked me to marry him."
Though disappointed and chUdleaa,
this hardworking woman decided te
save her money for "soma baby" to tie
aelected after ber death by the Chris
tian Missionary society. Listen again.
"Whenever I put a dollar away I
wooldTaay to myself. Tnere ta a pair
of aboea for Rosy.' or. "There's a book
for her.' That made it eaay. and I
waa surprised to find now much I
Tbat la Rose Robinson 'a romance.
Denied what women must desire, ber
life ha flowered Into a sweet devotion
Ber friend say aha la tbe happiest
woman they know. They say abe ha
aweet face. No doubt of It In tbe
face of auch a woman there must be
wlnsomeues and tbe softening lines
that come from eubmlsalon to Provl
dence and devotion to a high purpose.
Giving makes her happy. She has giv
en even more tban tbe widow who. aa
tbe Master aloud over agatnat Ibe
treasury, cast In ber mite. She has
given InBul'ely more Iban tbe rt n
givers of iir moderu day. Sbe ba
An advance of one-half cent la bama
and 1 rent la bacon la expected on
Monday morning, while fresh beef will
be. It la thought, one-half rent lower
A aimllar decline will be made In
freah pork, while mutton and lambs
tit be down about 1 cent a pound
Urt will be unchanged at the low
The price of potatoes struck the
highest mark on record In Portland
for thla period when old stock ad
vanced to IS per cental and the price
of beat new quality waa moved to Ik
The extreme hot weather that re
cently at ruck Texas and Oklahoma,
rulued a large per rent of tbe early
potato crop of those atatea. The re-
ult ta that while Texaa haa been a
free shipper of new potatoes to Ore
gon. Washington and In fact to Call
fornla and other nearby atatea, tbe
Lone Star etata Is now a buyer and
new pot a tots are being ahlpped there
Quotatvena ear Oregon city,
POTATO K8 Ileal. I'M. good
It It: common. I. Buying, carload,
alec. 12.10; ordinary, 11.90.
riX)VR AND FKED-F1our la
ateady, selling from IS to IS SO; very
little) of cheaper sradee. Feed la
higher and rising slowly. Bfaa brings
WAThw t Buying) Oray, from tit
to I7; white, from IK to 111.
BUTTER (Buying) Ordinary
country bring from lie to 10c,
fancy dairy from tor to lie, cream
ery up to isc.
EQCiRt Buying i Are rangltg from
xuc to nr. according to grade.
POULTRY (Buying Firm with lit
tle good etock offered. Hens will bring
le. If In extra good condition more.
Old rooatera are poor at to to lOe, brolt-
era bnng rreeo tic to 14c. with good
WOOL (Buy;itr rYool prices are
ranging rrom IJC to ISc.
Mf It A In . . .. .
vniii-louiinr i-neea on nut.
hair have been way up. soma having
brought aa h'xh aa S9e locally. Quo
tatlona are 17 He and demand la strong
from 111 M to I17.S0. aborts lit to 110.
rolled barley J 1.50 to Itl.Sx. process
""r wnoja corn 11 tn fit
cracked con- t to tit. Wheat 111
to 1 4 J. -
HAY (Buvlna.l Tinurfks n
. Clover, tit to 114; oat hay. 114
to l: mUed. tit to 14; alfalfa M
v V i as,
HIDES (Buying Green hldee, te
.! fiUr-. Hc to Hc; dry hldea,
Ijjeto 14c Sheep pelu, ttc to 7Sc
nrm at from te to 10c on appiea and
prunes, feachea are le.
.8.AT8,Ud to too for flae.
fL1?: ck hlf trouod 40c; 7t for
100 lb. eacke.
Portland Vegetable Markets.
8ACK VSQKTABLKS - Carrots.
t,.,5.1-?0 r r-B'P. H-ts
ILS0: turnlpe, tl.2SOtl.t0; beets,
People who "Invest"
in entererieee premlslna batrs..n- .
ara usually dlaappelntj. "'"rw" Itra,
money aaaaea to ether. Ihg tentrtl
The meney aaver ahauld
When yew deeeelt yeur meney
Inga Department ef thla ba
Uha na ehanoe Hth u. .
a Tim Cartlnost,. fc" '
nk. It remain, undsr'!.!! a
aama a sure and ateady rat ef Interest. There u "tret ZZ
In thla hind an Investment. " " niLl
, Th aeenar yeu begin, the aeener will you h. i.
...i- a,. i.... ' "s m aeaasuu- .
The Bank of Oregon City
n ci i.A-mnwmi awaiasatt '.
r J. irfi. .
THE FIRST NATIONAL Bm
of OREGON CITY , OREGOW
ranee IWacal Bonhlnf Bualneea 10pen fra. a a
aome future oerbonrh wlirti713(ABLM') ' Asparaanta. 90cf
reraee !'! !r 7Vfi I 'bb-W. oew, ft per
uunu.traweigot; raultnower, L0t
a!5.pr do,B: felery, California. 75e
C90c per dosen; cueumbera. 11.40
12.25 per dosen; eggplant, isc per lb.;
garlic. lucC12e per pound; lettuce,
toe per doien; hothouse lettuce, SO
Oil per box; peas. 9c0ue p,f
pound; peppers. SOcfSSc per pound'
radlahes, ite per dosen; rhubarb. in
?.lJ?I.vox"'il Pro,. c; tomatoes,
POTATOES-Oregon. Jobbing price,
mo per hundred; n-w pot.toea, 7c
7Hc per pound.
I17S per 100; Australian. IJ.so ,
- w "
-...Mm uriur niiwvs. rnone Main 1 and A llJt,
SATURDAY SUNDAY NIGHTS, JUNE I7 i
High Claaa Vaudeville '
World 'a Greatest Character Artist
A Belated by
Cdno Olonche Showoltcr
a Prima Donna Soprano
Myron W. Whftney .
Famous American Basso
Prices: I) 60, tl. 74c, toe, sSe. ISc.
; SKATS NOW SELLING.
AT HEILIO THEATRE
NIGHTS beginning MONDAY, JUNE 19
CZZ-ZZZZZl - Sptaelal Prtc MaUne Wedneaday
C'barlee Prohman preaenia
The Favorlt Actor
In W. Somerset Maugham's Comedy Success
I Eicellent Cast Magnificent Production
n,:;Rvenloga: 2. l 10, 1. 7tr. too. Matinee II 10 to tie.
U COMINO TO HEILIO THEATRE
4 NIGHTS beginning THURSDAY. JUNE U
Special Prtc Matinee Saturday.
The Favorite Corned rean
In Her Brillant Comedy Hit
The Rejuvenation of Aunf Mary"
Bvenlngs: tl to to ISo. Mallaao 1 to lie.
eat go on aai Toeeday, June to.
Health and How to
. Acquire It
Wt B. R.PR1TCHARD. Secretary of Chicago' Health Department
' O thoM who ai ambitions enough to be rich in health I would
ay make use of thia prescription :
Take s HOPEFUL, CHEERFUL view of thin cti. The
' bl'ggr the dot the BETTER. Don't WORRY
thmg, whether you can help it or not. If you can help it it, bat
don't worry. . j .
' EAT OOOO FOOD AMD PLENTY OF IT, INCLUOINQ MILK. CREAM
AND CCQS.. .
tt at n
Sleep st least TEN HOURS out of the twentr-fdnr in a room
with the window open. ' Taks EXERCISE.' every dsj'ont of doort,:
tut not enough to make yon tired. , ' ' ' .
C:7 rir ia at all time filled with all aorta of 111TURITIES.
' 1 1 rart that eity people take g trip into the country
O I II
vim - 1' 1
I H asss
100; Teiaa, I1.1S per crate; Califor
nia, 2 per crate
Oregon City Stock Quotation.
HOGS Hoga are quoted He lower.
Front 111 Ibe. to 1(0 Iba 9H. from
ISO Iba. to 10 Iba. me.
VEAL CALVES Veal calve bring
from Ie to lvo according to grade.
BEET STEERS lee! 4eera for
th local market are fetching I Vie to
H live weight
SHEEP ie arm at c to ta live
BACON, LAKD aud HAM, are nrm
Man Leaves Bag In Saloon.
J. Burner, proprietor of a ealoon at
Fourth and Main streets sss a oag
containing an aasortment oi towel
article and clothing left a bis p'4
of business Thursday by a trenger,
who aald he would retura m a snan
time for his belongings. There ia
nothing about the bag or the arttclea
It contains to arouse suspicion.
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
Our boy will call for the mag
azines if you Phone.
.V " 'X-
AWAY U tl
CASTLETON flTCHtl IAU0ONI
AND SEAVIM HIT .
LOS ANGELES, Jus IT Base
lal), Portland rompe aty etOjav
outer gam today, veraoa ioun oj i
acor of U to t. Cutletoa wu aani
d all over the lot, the Beaten ml
lag four arorea I each of tbe Sra
two Innlnga. stela never had te atai
blmaelf. but be kept the locals ne
lag moat of th time. He held Be
(an a men to eight bit. Veraoa m
I mn .rmr. and Portland MS.
The results Saturday ear as W
. Paclflc Coast Leagiie-Portlaol a
Vernon 3; Ban Francisco 4, Sacra
to 3; Oakland I, L Angeles a.
...Northwestern Leairue Portlind M.
Bpokane 14; Seattle I, Ttcoma I; Vk
torla e-3, Vancouver 14.
American League New Tort I,
trolt I; Chicago I. Philadelphia I:
Cleveland 17, Bostoa 14; Wsaiw
ton St. Louis game, postponed, tm.
National League-Chicago 1 PW
delphla 1; Cincinnati roo'7
St. Louis I, New Tork l! PlttaWr
Boston game postponed, rain.
Ban Francisco 44
Los Angeles M
Spokan ,. 3
Vancouver .... 17
Seattle .... 1
THE M0RNIN0 SNTS,'J .
Is on aal at th followlnf itore
very dayj 4
4 Huntley Broa.-Drul" .
Main Street- (
J, W. MoAnulty-U"" t
Seventh and Main. t
Becrest Confectioner". f
Main near Sixth. 9
', M. 0. Dunn Confectioner
Next door to P. 0- ,
City Drug Stor 4
Walter Uttle CotifectlofT
814 Seventh Street.
M. VolkmarDruM , 4
Seventh near Center. 4
Seventh and X Q. Adam
F. D. Stcfccv
Vfctn vttu wish tot.'--
titocotile.; At Eltt rJ
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