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MORNING ENTERPRISE, SUNDAY, JUNE 25, 1911.
OREGON CITY, OREGON
7 "TROCHE, Editor and Publisher.
' a aeoond-elaaa matter Jan
11. at the post office at-Orea-os)
goa, under the Act of Marc
tcms tr suucurmN.
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Four MootNa. by mail I
r ink, by carrier 1
First Page, m men nrat tneerttoa
first Pn, par lack added InsarOoM
Run pa par oihrr than ftral par, par lark
nm lajsartioa lie
ue paper other than flrat page, par taoe.
added teserttons So
uocel lo par lias; to ragvlar edvr
llaara k Mm.
Wants. Tor Sale, To Rant, ete., ewe
eeat a word flrat In sect lea; aaa-batt aaat
Rataa for sdvertrerne; la At Waakly
Enterprise will b I he aame aa la the
dally, for advertisements aet espeolalrf
tar the weekly. WVier the aavortleeeaenl
la transferred from the dairy to the week
ly, without ckuin, the rata -will be aa
an Inch for ma of the paper, and lee aa
Inch for e pedal poalUoa.
Caeh ahould aeeomaaay order aheie
party la unknown la buerneee ofTloa af
LeceJ advertising at legal advertising
Circus advertising and special transient
advertising at lie la tOc aa Inch, accord
nag to apeclaJ conditions govern trig the
and Bankrupt Bale adrer
teesnents See Inch first maertloa; add!-
joaaJ tnasrtlona sane matter Se Inch
News Items and well written artfolea
jt merit, with Intereet to local readers.
will be gladly accepts. Rejected menu
eertpta never returned unleea aorompan
lad by atamoa to prepay pee
CITY OFFICIAL NEWSPAPER.
June 25 In American History.
1876 Oeoeral Geo ere a. Coster and
271 mem of Hi .-niuiuinl uiaaiur
cred by tbe Sioux
190K- ; rover Oevelaud. president of
- the lolled Stair Inh. to IV4 and
ixn to IWi. died: horn IKii.
From Da today to noon tomorrow
Bun actx ,31. rWn 4iM; iimmhi rtsea
4M1 a. m.; roooo at perigee, oca rent
earth. 2ZUiv ml lea. at 10 p. m.;
a. u , raaUrru. time, saw mooo, with
Uw aaa in ewoateilarioo Tannw: 4 06
p. aa . moon Id cvoJuoctJoo wits Mer
cury, pasaing from west to cant of to
HAS IT COME TO STAYt
With potatoes selling (or $2.50 a
sack, and free a peas, string beans and
many other commodities going sky
' high, the man of moderate, mean and
the housewife are wondering bow to
, economise to a point wfaere they shall
be able to meet the billa of the grocer
and the butcher.
It seems to be apparent that the
high coat of 11 ring haa come to sUy.
We hare poured out our woes about
it for several years, and no good has
- been donv and It la a safe conclusion
they are not so good. Generally apeak'
Ing the cost of living la higher here
than In moat of the Eastern states, but
on the other hand wages are much
higher and people can better afford
to pay the Increased price. The slo
gan of "back to the farm" la good.
and Bound aweeter every day.
Secretary of State Olcott la entitled
to praise for his determined stand
against the tipping evil. The Oregon-
Ian says Olcott Is atralning at a gnat
and swallowing a camel, but the Sec
retary will find It harder to awallow
a camel If be strains at every gnat
that cornea his way. The maxim of
saving pennies and letting the dollar
take care of themselves la well borne
put In thla Instance. Tipping la un
American In principle, but Americana
have encouraged the practice until It
haa become almost a rule from too
much usage. Why should the public
service corporations and the money
making hotela and restaurants not pay
their employes a decent wags, and
why ahould their patrons be obliged
to pay a high rate for what they re
ceive and then bestow a gratuity be
Harvey El Cross haa again made a
benefaction to hla town. If Mr. Cross
waa not a modest man, he would have
dubbed Gladstone "Crosatown." It Is
not a bad Bounding name, either.
Wreck of the Maine Will Soon
Be Uncovered For Inspection
pNyyya' 1 "WWW i,ea)f,
that conditions will never change to
the point where the cost of existence
will be materially less than it is
at the present time.
TEACHERS AT 0. A. C.
COR V ALUS. Or.. June 24. (Spec
ial). There are nineteen counties of
Oregon represented In the enrollment
of summer session students at the
Oregon Agricultural College, beside
the states of South Carolina, Wash
ington, and Idaho. The registration
for the first two days totaled 75, and
it is expected that the number will be
increased to 100 by the end of the
Representation from (he ' various
cpunties is ss follows: Benton, 13;
Yamhill, 10; Clackamas, 8; Multno
mah, 6; Polk, 5; Douglas, Lane, Was
co, Umatilla and Washington, S each;
Linn, Clatsop, Marion and Morrow, 2
each; Hood River, Coos, Harney, Lin
coln and Tillamook, 1 each. Idaho
and South Carolina have 1 each, and
Among these are city school super
intendents, county supervisors, high
school teachers, and Instructors of
special branches, as music, drawing
and science.. The course In high school
methods proved attractive to many, aa
did also that In the teaching of science
In high schools, given by W. F. Fargo,
of the Salem high school.
Oregon City Fair Sunday;
warmer today; variable winds.
Oregon Fair Sunday; warmer
Sunday: northwesterly winds.
Optimism is all light In Its place, (www
emaiee n-Pf" fyryn
61: Chicago-Detroit and 8t. Lout
ii.v.l,it,l Mmaa noaloODed. rain.
Naiional League New York T,
llrooklyn 4; I'ltuburg S. Chicago 0;
I'hlladelphla S. llostou 1; St. I-iula-Clnclniis'tl
game postponed, rain.
I Oakland .......
Hncraiuvnto . . ,
Tacoma . .
SoattU . . .
Victoria . .
, ... . 31
Heart to Heart
Ay EDWIN A. fYB.
absut your money matt. y,.
are a depositor hsra.
Your kills are H Pl hy ohook. Your ohook, whn r.. .
some a reoeipt. no trouoie an out nana, n0 dlapute ah . ' "
inta, no question as te evhero your money haa gone or h p,r"
you rivo received. Your p" and thg stub 0f va'ur .1
always t.U thd atory. y,ur eh hook
I ON THE tAPI SIDE
OPEN AN ACCOUNT AT
The Bank of Orecoo City
OLDEST BANK Ilf THE C0URTY
a C. LATOURsTTTl Preeideal
r. J. METaUt. Caahha
THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK
ol OREGON Cm, OREGON
Pbotoa copyright by American Praas AaaocUtton, 111.
Pl'MIMNO has already started, and nnlesa a derert la found In the coffer
dam the wreck of the battleship Maine will soon be expoaed and pos
sibly the mystery of Havana harbor will be solved. When alf the
water la pumped out the pressure on the cofferdam will t tremendoua.
aa the depth la more than thirty feeL The engineers derided to pump the
water out a little at a time and to make freuuent stops so. t bat the cofferdam
can be Inspected and atrengtbeoed ahould any weakness be abown. After the
water was lowered each Ave or six feet it wao planned to examine the portion
of the wreck exposed and te remove any bodies that might be found. The
above pictures give two views of the wreck sfter the Bret Ave fret of water
bad been pumped out. The cofferdam showed no signs of weskneea st that
time, and the engineers were confident that the leakage would be uegtllble.
and thexpesaimist should not be given
room to voice his wall, but every alt
nation affecting our pocketbooka
ahould be looked in the face and met
squarely. This is the manly and wo
manly and sensible way.
Conditions are no better In the West
than In the East, and in some cases
A Torrible Blunder
To neglect liver trouble. Never do
It. Take Dr. King1 New Life Pills
on the flrat algn of constipation, bil
iousness or Inactive bowels and pre
vent virulent Indigestion, jaundice or
gall stones. They regulate liver, atom
sen ana Dowels and build np your
health. Only 25c at ionea Drug Co.
Off if They
JBr JOHN A. DIX
Governor of New York
Turkish Toweling Used In the Oeslfw
ing of Smart Headgear.
Turkish toweling, that moat plebrlan I
Of fabrics, haa been need In covering
the wire frame that is the foundation
for thla round crowned summer outing I
headirear. Velvet facta the upturned I
brim and supplies the material for ibe
bow at the back of the hat Trimming
at the back 1 one of the new touches I
la millinery. !
The une of Turkish toweling for
mart onilng hat U aa Idt-t that com-
TRAMP WITH AX IS
THOUGHT HILL SLAYER
FELLOW FIRED UPON PROVES
HIS INNOCENCE ANO 18
GIVEN NEW SUIT.
Tvaaiaar tuwbx,jso bat.
mends Itself to those who ran appro-
elate the artistic possibilities of this
Inexpensive fabric, n In the dull, on
bleached abades It Is particularly effective.
Hats of Turkish toweling are re-
A-rred to by the dexlgoer as "wash rag
A tramp, at t'rst thought to have
at Ardenwald Station, caused much
excitement at MllmauKe Saturday
morning, and before he waa captured
by several men who pursued him,' at
least one shot had been fired at the
auspect. The man proved that he had
nothing to do with the killing, and
the men, who only a few minutes be
fore, had pursued the fellow, furnished
hlra a new suit of clothing, and gave
him something, to eat. The) man waa
accompanied to Milauakle by another
tramp. There they w pa rated, and the
one, who was later suspected of know
ing somethitvg of the quadruple crime,'
went to the home of Mrs. Mclntyre
to ask for aomethlng to eat. While
talking with a member of the family
he cauicht hold of an ax, which had
been on a pile of wood near the house,
and the rumor was at once atarted
that he was the man who committed
the crime near Ardenwald 8tatlon.
The members of the Hill family were
brained with an ax. Sheriff Maaa.
who was summoned, questioned the
man, and ftoon became convinced that
he knew nothing of the tragedy.
ONCE RE WAS A NAN.
This la a story about one who at a
time waa a real mao.
Now be la a multimillionaire.
He begau Ma uualuvee life without a
dollar. If. a some una baa remarket.
a man Is worth only I-.' from the
sbouldera down and IJO a day from
the shoulder up l U la oian at oral
ws worth 12 a day Then be begau
to work with hla bead -"from his
Wben be heesn to work with bis
head he learned how to work ot Iters.
He learned bow to "grow" mouey
rreaeutly be cornered aoiue special
Privilege that the rusn who works
from bla shoulders down unver gets
lie begau to get rk-b quirk.
The mans wife? Me married brr
wben be began to work with bla bead
8be waa a Due girl. but. Ilk himself
poor. 8b worked bard, denying her
self. She saved and Blared aud loal
ber beauty. What matter; lie and
abe would. en their proaperlty together.
Then this man became a thing.
He looked iuto the far of bis wife
and saw that her be or waa faded.
She did the Iwst abe could to pleas
him. but ibe' old charm waa gone.
And one day this creature tu garments
of a mau happened to meet a girl who
was artful, faecltiatlng and pretty.
She looked at blm and smiled, u
was hypnotized and undone. II
would hare thla girl. II could buy
The thing in fmuaera sent his law
yers to tt faded wife. Tuey offered
her much mvuey. They told bar plain
ly ber husband bud oo further use for
ber. lie stayed away fnuu home. The
wife knew that he wu Kith the girl.
Deapernie. the old wife ailed for dl
vorte. There' wa a sensation and
amlnl. The newapaera made mu li
of the trlnl. Finally Hie multlmlllloii
aire nmrrted I he girl, and tbey went
ToKnrope Now altrniMt every day Ibe.
old vlfe cries. I hey ear.
Who wa ihla thing with much uhmi
y and no anulY I rnniiot Just name
blm. He la a sort of t-oniNmlte pro
duct Ion. Ilnwerer. If nm will turn to
the commercial reiHirt of linn's or
Brsdstreet's and you sn ibe 'l-i of
men wltb millions I quit iiier )m
will flud bis tiuuie,
'It Is my policy." said the Impni
aiv young candidate, "to send every
law breaker and every law evndcr to
"Oood beavena!" exclaimed a proinl
nent rltlsen. 'Thla fool wants to l k
op the entire community. "-fhl'-sto
THE MORNING ENTERPRISE 4v
4- Is on aale at the following atorea
Transasts a 0eeerl anklnf wolnoe.
Open from a. m.
I - 1
Oregon City Woolen
Mills Pays Top Prices
For Clackamas County
Ilrotherhood service at fr rings of new local growth are chsag-
Ing tba altuatlon and therefor It It
not anticipated that any further to
Mountain Vw Union (Cong.) 8. 8.
ens VI rm I II n,il ......
Hlble Study every Thursday after "BC mad In imitation tit,
mn; R. C. Dye will preach at 7:3i N"w 'rl potatoes are showing lm-
ociocB nunaay evening. I pruveu quauiy aaca day and at lb
Methaellat Main alraal SL...nik I present rat Will b able to auunlsnl
Rev. K. r. Zimmerman pastor, res! ftrnla stock within about two
cor. sixth and Washington; 8. 8
:46 a. m.. C. A. William. Ulad-
Oopyrtght bv America ii Hreee Association
ii t. timp hait come when cities ahorjJd demand that instead of
being governed as subject provinces they ls endowed with
powers of government as complete and efficient as those
rested in tbe Mate nd nation bv the state and federal consti
. tWe have INCOMFKTENCE ,in city council,, police forces that
art, DEMORALIZED, city department and bureaus that are Di-
ETnCIENT.. How can it be otherwise, then, thnl the city treated
as tfependeticy to be controlled and governed in its vitaj affairs by
. aw Trtr-e w-k w a .
n uuiDiut uwmakiug body which can posses no KNOWL-
.i-iXij!. of 1U need and u absolntely regardless of iu rights and
' Interests I .
, - . S "
IF HOME RULE AND LOCAL, SELF GOVERNMENT WERE FULLY
AND PERMANENTLY ESTABLISHED MISTAKES WOULD DOUBTLESS
MADE IN CITY GOVERNMENT. BUT THEY WOULD BE MADE
' BY THE PEOPLE THEMSELVES. AND CORRECTION WOULD OUICK.
Problems of city government may be NUMEROUS AND COM
PLEX, bot they can NEVER be solved from a state capital Tbey
most be met and solved where they' EXIST, by the people who know
nd" oaderstand them. The Americsn dtv should t smtirale tr
frca iitterference by the state.
Allow a tablepMnful of chloride of
jllme to every quart of wuter required.
Stir the article about In thin water till
all color has disappeared and tben
rlnae It very thoroughly In tear water
Rnnsoltie la one of the lioef health
rivers, so let It freely Into your home
i'eople who are too en refill of rnrtalns
and carpel x often exclude the nn and
iet In slckneaa and mirrow
CHILDREN TO ENTERTAIN.
Saved HI Wife'. Life.
"My wife would have been In her
grave today," wives O. H. Brown
Muscadine, Ala., "If u had not. been
for Dr. King'a New Discovery. She
wss down In her bed, not able to get
up without help. She had a severe
bronchial trouble and a dreadful
cough. I got her a bottle of Dr. King'
New Discovery, and she soon began
to mend, and. waa well In a short time."
Infallible for cougs and colds. It's the
most reliable remedy on earth for
desperate lung trouble, hemorrhages,
lagrlppe, asthma, hay fever, croup and
whooping cough. 50c, 11.00. Trial
bottle free. Guaranteed by Jones
urug t. o.
Huntley Tiro Drug
J. W. MeAnulty Cigars
Seventh and Main.
Main near Sixth.
M. E. Dunn Confectionery
Next door lo P. O.
City Drug 8tore
Walter Little Confectionery
614 8eventb Street.
M. Volkmar Druga
Seventh near Center.
Seventh and . Q. Adama.
Quotareana Tor Oregon r;it.
POTATO E8 Ileal. :.S0. good
II ii; common. 1 Uuying. carload,
elaci. I M0; ordinary, i to.
rLOUR AND FKED-Tlour It
toady, selling from IS to IS JO; ry
little of cheaper grade r'eed u
higher and rising alowly. Ursa bring
OATS (lluylng) (iray, from :;
while, from 1 to 27.
IIIiTTICR (Uoying) Ordinary
country brings from 1J lo'TOc,
fancy dairy from SOr to Hp, crn-
ery lie to 16c.
EUUS (Muymgt at ranging from
10c to tie, according lo grade
POULTRY (lluylng Firm with lu
ll good stork offered. Good hens ar
bringing So. Old roustra ar la poor
draand. broilers bring from 10c to lie,
witn giHMl demand.
WOOL (Iluy.iir) i Vool prices ar
ranging from 11c to ISc
MOHAIR (Uuying Price on mo
hair have been y up. om htrlng
brought aa h'gh aa 3o locally. Quo-
tatloas are 17 Ho and demand I itrong
from 128 SO to 117 60. ahorta 111 to 139.
rolled barley 11.60 to 33 32. procees
Driy us, whole corn 131 to lit.
cracked cot 123 to 133. Wheat 122
HAT (Buying.) Timothy 111 to
117, Clover. lt to l4;'tat bay, best
111; mixed, ll to 14; alfalfa, 111
WlllamMta M. No reeuUr aeearhlna HIUKS (HUylng Oreen hide,
S ip. m.. Mrs. 1 Keam 'O Be; Salter
atone, aupt.; morning service 10:45,
Epworth league 6:20, evening Ber
vice 7.30. Prayer meeting Thurs
day p. m. Morning service, preach'
Ing by Rev. W. U. Ilotllngahead
Evening service. Children a Day,
program by children of Sunday
Presbylsrian Seventh street cor. Jet-
feraon. Rev. J. R. Landeborough
pastqr, Rea. 710 Jefferson: 8. 8. 10
a m Mis. W. C, Oreen. sunt.; morn
Ing service 11 a. m. Prayer maat
Ing Thursday I p. tn. Morning sub
ject. "Manly Men."- Evening sub
ject, "liellef In Chriat-
aeraiae Cnaraaaena rtev. J I.
Jones pastur. rea. Uckamaa; a. M. I
a m . Kmrrr- rreneh ium r- preabms
rrrviree rarn nunosy. ailfmsllna be
I wren II a m. and t II p. rn Thrie
lisn rnrleavor Thuredar even ln I II
St PulV Rev.' C. W. Roblnaon, rec
tor Dally services: Morning prsy
er. 7 a. m.; Holy Eucharist. 7:30 a
m , oveulns; prayer, 7:30 p. m. Sun
day service: Holy Eucharist I
m ; morning prsyer, 10:30 a. ra.;
Holy Eucharlat and sermon, 11
m.; evening prayer and sermon.
7:30 p. m.; 8. 8., 1 m.j Thursday
eveninga, sermon at 7:30 p,
United Brethren r-or VCIshtn and Taylor.
Kev L. r. Clarke aaainr. rea l-ortlaad.
. H. I a. m. frank Parker, Msile
wmnw, Fnpi ; morning service II. T. P
. re. p. m.. evening service T
tlon Lutheran Tor. Jefferson and Clghth
eirveie. ev. w it. Krasberser pa a
..... wrw. i. jrwirinn; a. n. i a. m
lirv Kraitierger eupl ; morning service
11. evening 7 , iMither league 1
WANT-li -ouikii advertisements fo
thla col'imn. prices ery reason
able. fe rate at head of eolnma.
Membaro of Mothodist Sunday 8choof
Have Fine Program.
Chlldren'a Day will be observed at
the Methodist church this evening
when the following program will be
Song br the school.
Anthem by the choir
Welcome song, 13 girls.
Address of welcome Marlon Miller.
Recitation Thelma SosW,
Recitation Edgar OalUngor.
Song Primary department.
Dialogue Ellery Hickman and Neal
Recitation Mildred Jeremiah.
Recitation Slifford Zimmerman.
Duet Myrtle and Everett Croaa.
Dialogue Four glrla, Dorothea Staf
ford, Thelma Selbe, Ruth Kltchi
urn. Let ha Croaa. . ...
Recitation Alta Cnrtla.
Recitation Dorotba Totler. -
Tableau Help For Mr Slaters.
Recitation Claude Beck. .
ri Jlo Let ha Croas.
Recltatloi Cilia Woodfin.
Recitation Besale Toiler, s
Recitation Leroy Allen, '
Recitation Let ha Croaa.
Tableau King Alcohol.
Closing addrese Frances Jeremiah.
BEAVERS HAND OAKS
CAME THEY HAD WON
McCREDIE'S MEN MAKE SEVEN
ERRORS ANO HOME
SAN FRANCISCO, June 24. (Spec
ial). Despite. Portland's getting lour
to me good in the first Inning today
me uaka won witn two to spare. Per
noil was hit hard at the start, but
be steadied down and pitched good
ball. The homo boys began getting
Dusy with Heneerson's curves In the
second and made three and four tal
lies respectively In the fourth and
fifth. . The Beavers played" worse than
amateurs, seven errors being marked
up agalnat them. And Oakland made
five mlsplays. Oh, but it was a Jolly
The results Saturday wero as fol
lowa: Pacific Coast league Oakland I,
Portland 0; San Francisco t. Vernon
0; Sacramento 8, Los Angeles 3.
Northwestern League Portland I,
Tacoma v; Seattle 2, Spokane 1; Van
couver S-l, Victoria 0-4.
' American ' League Philadelphia 7,
Boston l; New York 11-9, Waahlngton
AMONG THE CHURCHES
Flrat Baptist Corner Main and Ninth
streeta. Rev, 8. A. Hayworth. pas
tor. Preaching at 11 a. m, and 7:45
p. m. Sunday School at 10 a. m
Morning subject, "Why Jeaua Was
naptizen." Kvenlng suject, "Can
Man Live By Bread Alone?"
catnotie Cor. -crater ana Tenth Bta
kv. a. Hiiieorand pastor, res. 012
water; Low Mass a. m., with ser
mon; nigh Mass 10:30 a. m., with
sermon; arternoon service 4j00
aiaaa every morning at J:00.
Flrat Congregational Church. Morn
Ing service at 10:30 o'clock, ser.
mon oy me kv. j. n. Knodell. Bun
day school at 12 o'clock. Evening
service at 7:30 o'clock, aermon by
Rev. William M. Proctor. Young
reopie s society at :45o'clock.
Christ Bv. Lutneran Or. Wahth and J
Adama . streets, ftev. P. Schmidt
faator, rea. so J. Q Adams; a
:I0 a. m.j prsanlilng afternoon of first
and third Sundavs at 1:10 In Kn.ii.h
other Sunday aervlrea momlna at I a
wiin preacaing in uerman.
First Church of ChrUt, Scientist
Ninth and Center afreets. Morning
service at 11 o clock. Subject, "Chris
tian Science." Sunday school at 12
o'clock. Wednesday eveplng meet.
Ing at 8 o'clock. Reading room open
every afternoon oxcept Sunday from
2 to 4 o'clock.
Dr. J. H and Mr. McArthur left
Friday evening for la Angelea. Tb
doctor goea to attend Ihe medical con
ventlon hold there netft week.
Miss E. Mathewa left Saturday
morning for Europe with a party of
umin vnollei-Cor. Klghth and
Msdl streets. Hev. K. Wlevreklt pns
,jnr. rea? 711 Msdlson; S. ft. 0 a. in..
Herman Srhrsdcr. Monroe etreet, aupt
morning service 11. yrmng peoplr. at 1
Qladstono Chrl.tlanRov, A. H. Mul
key, paator, res. Gladstone. Sun
day achool 10 s. m.. N. C. Hendricks,
supterlntendent. Morning service,
Rsl Estate Transfers
D R. and Emma Ionard to M. C,
Fllack. tract near Sixteenth street,
uregon city; frr
I. 8. and Ellxa Smith to John and
Annie Secombe, 6 1-2 acrea, township
z aoum, range a eaat; 12, 900.
Oregon Iron A Steel Company to
Jessie M. McKlnney, lot 4, Tualatin
Meadows, 5,flo acrea; 10.
utia. i iyde and Zella Enala lo O. P.
Looney. 44- acres, section J. townshln
o souin, range 2 east; 13.000.
Ambroglo and Mary Oeatra to Paul
uestra, undivided one half Interest.
"Is 3, 4 and 5. section 31, township
i souin, range 3 east; II
II. It. and Fannie E. Smith to Fur-
mnn and Myrtle Uu.bee, lot 7, block
3, Orenn point addition to Oregon
ra. SUa lo 6Uc: dry hide.
12c to 14c. 8hcen Delta. 25c lo 76c
DRIED FR TITS Local Drlreg er
flrra at from to to lOe on applet and
prune, peaches are Ic
SALT Soiling 60o to 0c tor DM.
50 lb. sack, half ground 40c; 71 for
100 lb. Backs.
Portland Vgtabl Market.
SACK VEGETABLES Carrot,
ll.2Seil.60 per Back; parsnip, 1125
UII.SO; turnips, t. 36 011.50; bt.
VEGETABLES Asparagus, 0c(l
11.75 per crate; eabbage, uew, ft per
bundtadwnlght; cauliflower, I1..0O
II.7S per dosen; celery, California, 76e
fTlrOe par dosen; cucumbera, Il.tov
13.26 per dosen; eggplant. 16c per lh .;
garlic. 10cO12e per pound; lettuce.
50c per dosen; hothouM lettuce, 11.60
4713 nor box: do. Scfflic per
pound: peppers. I0oei6e P"r pound:
radlahea, 160 per dosen; rhubarb, m
OSO per pound; sprouts. c; tomt,.
POTATOES Oregon, Jobbing prlrs,
12.60 per hundred; nw potato, 70
7 Ho per pound.
ONIONS Jobbing prioea; urgon
12.78 per 100; Australian, 13.60 per
100: Texas, 12 25 per crate: O'lfor.
nla, 2 per crate.
Oregon Cltv Stock Quotation. (
H008 Hogs are Quoted He l'wr.
From 126 lbs. to 150 lbs. rV. '""
160 lbs. to 200 lbs, 840.
VEAL CALVE8 Veal calves ortiH
from to to loo according to grod.
RKEV RTBilTRa fleet JiTt for
Hlbernla Savings Bank to J. B
H.ck.,ot,4. block 26,
' 64c live weight.
SHEEP unit St fl to 50 H.
PllVM ilDDIPllTC PCcU ,.an.,rd HAM , r.nrm
nuinL niiuuuiu , ; "
EAGERLY BOUGHT SELL WOOL NOW
FIRST SHIPMENT IS TAKEN
FEW HOURS AFTER
Thsrs Is a big demand for royal
apricots In Oregon City, a local eonv
mission house having sold out a largo
shipment In a few hours after arrival.
The shipment was the flrat received
here this season and the fruit was un-
The price of old potatoes la now so
close 10 the newer, growth that th
trade Is Uklng mora to the latter.
While new, potatoes ar firmer and
hlghev In the south, no change Is
shown locally and asles continue at
about f 4 a cental. ( Tb Increasing of-
W Pay Top Price.
Iregon Commission Co,
Dealers in Flour, Hay,(-
Grsln, Feed, Coal snd
Produce. , ..,
I im dnd MAIN STS.