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MOItNINO ENTERPRISE, WEDNESDAY, JULY 5, 1911.
CHAUTAUQUA SCENE AND STAR BALL PLAYERS
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1th of July Specials
Retime eatsr taaae
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wui a im tea aa mm
iDMrUca. haJ a Mai
Maae. tJate aaafe aaa IS
feaea tvi I iaaaat l
baa aa oaea aaooaa with tat
naaaeiai r ponaioiaqr tar
prtalad far aaaroa.
Verv Dcoar tocnt contributes specials
as a vara, s
par saaaabi Haaf
1 1 iMmm iiua aaajjpa
ihlBig 4th of
5 to $18 Suits
men in the new
imer styles, best
ilues on earth.
SUSPENSION BRIDGE CORNER
Tm N.ar the Coal
laa Paaaelgb fo you think
Id gueaa my age, Mr. Goodly?
ID Dot good at gueaalng. xl could
coma wltJn forty years of l-"
fry that Wlaconein Bwiae cheese,
per pound at llarrle grocery.
kre fhey k"1 tifiKtilioniT"
e. indeed. Neither of tbetn baa
children."-Detroit Free Preaa.
Iltaolt alalia will leave tha Electrlfl
I each day at 2 o'clock p. m.
A UooS kiampia.
common tahie el iui meo a
kl example It uevr iiwmm Ii leg
you want augur and fruit Jars
lie right price, go to Harris groo-
et bapolnrM out of your work or
II never kivuw what bapplneaa la.
br. E. A. 8ommer, formerly of Ore-
City, baa moved bia office to 1017
bett building. Portland.
Want Him One B.tt.r.
ndrew'a grandmother imd been tell
bUn Hlbls alone. Ola tavorlta De
tbnt of Dantet iu lb lluu' deu,
tliw age of tour o waa taken to a
ua for tbe Umt tluie. Wben tba
hi tamer nut bla lieud inlo I be lloila
Wtitb Audrew'e en iic m.-iit know uo
kinda. Jumping up and dowu, tie'
'Citm! Thai knock tbe enots off
knle!!" Ladles Home Journal.
t'a too warm to bake. "Why not get
val Dread. Fresh every daya Har
" Very Claae.
'1 was aurprlaed to bear yoa speak-
k agalnat Fljntakyu. Vou told me
line time ago be wua your ueurvat
Thafe ao. lie couldn't le a in neur
titan be la. tbe etlucy old befKurP-
Youvs 2Li!! Asking
For and we will give yo with a
4 months subscription
at 45c the month
A Beautiful China " PLAQUE0"0'9 :d HMdme,y
There are a variety of patterns to choose trom.
Make your selection xarly,
SobscribersJMayiHave Them Too
To any present subscriber who will bring us four
new subscriptions we will present one of these
beautiful dishes. V t.
ALL SELECTIONS MUST BE MADE AT THE OFFICE 0 THB
DANK OP OREGON CITY BUILDING
July Special Sale.
Beautiful 20 to 25c
lawns in all the new
patterns, 4th of July
special I 7c.
$1.25 to $1.50
vvaists, special 88c
House Dresses at
STRANGE ANSWERS Of
1 TEACHERS -AMUSE
STAID BOARD OF EXAMINERS
FORCED TO GIVE VENT
BALKM. Or., July 1. (Special).
Althougb well along In tbelr taak of
reading and grading tbe examination
papera of 120 appllcanta for atate
teacbora' certlflcatea, the county au
perlniendenta, conatltutlug tbe exam
ining board, bave not become ao hard
ened to cotnlraJ anaweri aa to fall to
laugh wben tbey come arroaa a bud
ding pedagogue who deflnea an ex
poat facto law aa "a law to punlab a
man e children or bla deacendanta for
eome terrible 'crime be baa committed
after be la dead."
: Itlpplea of amuavmeut alao glided
over tbe cowd at work In tbe Senate
chamber wben one examiner came
arroaa an anawer to the queatlon,
"How fur weat one could travel from
London or the meridian of Green
wich," which read: "He can travel
weat until be reacbea tbe coaat of
England and then take a boat and go
Oregon "Admitted In 1770."
Aaked the date of the admlaalon
of Oregon Into tbe Union, one appli
cant anawered that thla atate waa ad
mitted during the revolutionary war.
Uueaaea at tbe area of Oregon ranged
from 1,500 to 160,000,000 aquare mllea.
"Money and pull" waa given by one
aa the neceaaary quallflcatlona for
aenatora and repreaentatlvea.
"Rhetorical paueee,'' aald another,
are paueee uaed by polltlclana.'
. One anawer to a queatlon in gram
mar In which inatruclon were given to
uae "aerP In a aentence waa cleverly
put, "I cannot uae aerf correctly," tbua
uatng It In a aentence without know
tug Itr meaning-."
It would aeenf from aome of the
papera that one of tbe appllcanta for
a certificate had never beard of a
controveray In Oregon Involving tbe
aaaembly or tbc antl-aaaembly Idea
aid wben be canfe to the queatlon re
garding the conatltutlonal convention
In United 8tatea hlatory anawered,
"There waa a great deal of contro
veray whether It la to be or not to
Leglelatore Muat "Repent
"A repreaentatlve," wrltea another
teacher, "muat not be an unrepented
Cork waa mentioned aa the principal
product of Ireland. In Auatralla, aald
another, the blrda carry their young
In their pocketa. One of tbe moat
nibllcal acholara capped he climax
for the day wben aha wrote: "Tbe
Dead Sea waa not very aalty until
after Qod bad destroyed Bodom, but
now It la probably the aalteat aea In
There are 12R0 appllcanta for certl-
6 months subscription
at 25c the month
':f' ill', 1
.'' V. 7- hl
J. K. CUAIIK.
flratee and Lheae average about 15
aubjerta each, making a total of 19,200
papera to be corrected. The work will
probably be completed by next Wed
neaday. ATHLETES TO PLAY "JUMBO JIM."
Procaeda to go Toward Weat Side
Cluba Building Fund.
"Juiubo Jim" will be preaeoted by
the Weat Side Athletic Club at tbe
West Bide arhool house on July 10.
Those taking part are well known
pereona of tbe Weat Bide, and bave
many frlenda who will attend tbe
play, between the acta there will
be apeclaltlea, and In fact there will
be aometblng doing all tbe time from
the rlae of the curtain until It goes
down on the laat act. The proceeds
of the entertainment will go toward
the erecUng of a building for tbe
Among those taking part will be
Glenn Ilatdorf. Kay Cirlebel, Ray Par
ker, Floyd Itlackburn, Mlaa Ford, Fay
Uatdorf and Hilda Ford.
Church to be Dedicated.
The little church at Carua Corners
haa recently leen purchased by tbe
Methodist eoclety. and will be dedicat
ed on July 9. There will be an all
day meeting, consisting of a aermon
at 10:31 o'clock, a basket picnic din
ner at r.oon, and the dedicatory aer
vlce proper at 2 o'clock. District Su
perintendent Moore, Rev. A. J. Joaelyn
and Rev. C. L Cheeay will conduct
tbe meetlnga, to which tbe public la
EUGENE PHYSICIAN IS DEAD.
EUGENE. Or.. July 3. Dr. W. O.
Proeeer, a promlnen physician of Ku-
geuc..(ll.c.ln .Chicago Saturday nlgbt
after an ''operation" performed'TPfew
daya ago. Mra. Proeaer waa with htm,
and will bring the body to Eugene for
Interment. Iteatdea bla wife. Dr. Proa
aer leavea two aona, Oacar and Robert
and three daughters, Llla, Jeaaie and
"Ye, for a year and a naif she waa
In doubt aa to w Dei her abe luted bim
enougb to marry him or not."
"And bow did ab eucceed In Ondlng
'There waa another girl who got to
acting aa If abe wanted oiru."
8AWDUST CASE IS POSTPONED.
Frank Davenport to Have Hearing on
The trial of the caae of the State
against Frank Davenport, owner of a
sawmill at Amea, on a charge of
throwing sawdust In Bull Run, waa
postponed In Justice of tbe Peace
Samaon'a Court until July 7. Several
residents of the neighborhood have
complained hat the sawdust In tbe
stream waa a nuisance and killed tbe
fish. The case la being prosecuted bv
i r S i i. v
Dlt. TMO.MA8 J. FOX.
ON THE ANXIOUS SEAT.
H. E. CROSS. '
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I llaaaaal Vi ' 'iV'"V"'
BIG NURSERY TO BE
STARTED IN COUNTY
HERBERT BOBBINS WILL CROW
TREES FOR HOMES AND
Herbert Robblna, of thla county, who
waa a caller at tbe Promotion Office
of th Commercial Club, aald that he
would at art a nursery In tbe near fu
ture. He will grow Newtona, Spitx.
Jonatbon, Crimea Golden, and In fact
all atandard vartetlee of apple trees.
He also expecta to grow cherry, pear
and quince trees, and varloda varie
ties of berrlea. Mr. Robblna aald that
he eventually would bave for aale
everything for a home or commercial
orchard. He haa bad a thorough train
ing for nursery work, and expecta to
make a big auccess of the enterprise.
He baa a brother at Hood River, who
la In the nuraery business.
Patronize our advertlaere.
I NOW bave funds to call Road War
rants endorsed prior to October 3,
,1910. Interest ceases on auch war
ranta on date of thla notice.
J. A. TUFTS.
July 1, 1911.
Patronise our advertim-re.
THE MORNING ENTERPRISE
la on aale at the following stores
Huntley Hroa. Drugs
J. W. McAnulty Cigars
Seventh and Main.
Main near Sixth.
M. E. Dunn Confectionery
Next door to P. O.
City Drug 8tore
Walter Little Confectionery
614 Seventh Street.
, M. Volkmar Drugs
8eventh near Center.
e Seventh and .1. Q. Adams.
Bartholomew in Minneapolis Journal.
i . m : . . .. ' n. v -; ..
PHIL NADEAUS SKULL
FRACTURED BY BALL
FORMER PORTLAND PLAYER IS
TAKEN FROM FIELD IN
CENTRAUA. Wash., July 4. (Spec
ial). Before a crowd of 8.000 persona
gathered at the fair grounds to wit
ness a ball game between tbe Cen
tralia and Chehalia teama thla after
noon. Outfielder Phil Nadeau, of Cen
tralia, waa at ruck on the bead by a
pitched ball In tbe third Inning, sus
taining a fractured skull. Physicians
say be will die.
Tbe game waa continued, Centralis
winning by a score of 8 to 6.
Nadeau waa, for several years,
prominently connected with Pacific
Coaat League ball, aa well aa the
Northwestern League, being a member
of the championship Portland team of
Tbe Injured player haa played league
ball ao long that he la well known
ovct-qhgcountryJ particularly thla
Western part. "
OUT FAST BRITON
(Continued from page 1.)
awing. They fight against tbe ropes and
Owen sends Wolgast half way through
ring at close. Moran a round.
Moran, after blocking several well
intentioned rights, drove bla right to
the face, Wolgast countered witS
slashing body punches, but Moran did
not give way an Inch. Moran swung
right and left to the Jaw and cleverly
thwarted the cbamplon'a vlcioua as
saults. Round 12.
They clinched, hammering away at
each other's body and face. Wolgast
aent two right uppercuta to the body.
Moran then aent straight left to tbe
face and another to tbe noae. Moran
awung bla right to the Jaw at long
range and quickly followed It with a
left to athe same place.
Wolgast rushed desperately, and
fidally forced the Briton Into a cor
ner. They had not been fighting 30
aeconds wben tbe champion flung hla
right with terrific force to the pit of the
stomach. Quick at a flash, Wolgast
flung two rUbte to the atomach again
and aa Moran began to fall, a left
hook found tbe Jaw and Moran went
to tbe floor with hla mouth open and
bla eyea glassy.
A large and stout woman called on a
friend and while waiting for bee was
stared at ao Intently by tbe frlend'a
little children that she asked one of
"What are yoo stating at, little girl T
"Why. yoii ee. tnnmma aald yon
were ao narrow In your vlewa. and I
was wondering what Tlew ahe got"
The Kongo Rlv.r.
Tbe Kongo river lu all Its winding
la about H.tNNi mllea lona and at It
month In fnll.v twetitv mile wide It
la one of the great river of the world,
being second only the Amnxon In
tbe volume of wnter emptied Intn the
ocean The Ktui hfln l greater
t bit ii thrif of the Ml-wtl'l. covering
an aryM more thnti 1.4'Xi mile In
lnvnilt'i ii'nl i-ontiitiiiiii! ier l.wsvtasl
VIN AND LOSE GAME
ARRELLANES IS ENIGMA, BUT
PORTLAND FINDS BYRAM
PORTLAND, Or. July 4. (Special).
Tbe Beavers and Sacramento teama
broke even in two game today. Tbe
Senators captured tbe morning en
gagement by tbe score of 2 to 0, due
principally to the fine pitching of
Frank Arrellanea, who allowed Port
land but two hits. In the afternoon
contest. Bill Steen kept hla bits scat
tered, and bla teammatea managed to
bunch, enough of theirs on Byram In
two Innings to score a quartet of runs
agalnat a brace acquired by the visit
Pacific Coaat League Portland 4-0.
Sacramento 2-2; Vernon 5-5, San Fran
cisco 0-2; Los Angelea 14-5, Oakland
Northwestern League Portland 5-4,
Seattle 4-12; Victoria 6-0, Spokane
3-4; Vancouver 4-0, Tacoma 3-4.
National League Philadelphia 11-7,
New York 7-6; Boston 3-2. Brooklyn
3-4; St Loula, 3-1. Pittsburg. 1-11; Chi
cago 8-2, Cincinnati 3-2 (second game
called by agreement
American League Philadelphia 7-11,
New York 4-9; Chicago 7-10, Detroit
3-11; Washington 6 3. Boston 4-4;
Cleveland 6-2, St. Loula 5-4.
T AN DING-
W L P C
Portland 50 40 .556
San Francisco 51 46 .526
Vernon 50 46 .521
Oakland 61 47 .520
Sacramento .... ,... 43 60 .462
Lea Angeles 40 56 .417
W. U P.C.
Tacoma .' 46 31 .597
Vancouver 47 32 .595
Sookane 46 33 .682
Seattle 37 38 .493
Portland 37 39 .487
Victoria 18 58 . .237
t O. U Notice.
All members of Derry Lodge No.
164, L. O. L., and True Blue Lodge
No. 167, are requested to meet at
A. O. U. W. Hall at 10 o'clock a. m.,
Sunday, July 9th. to attend divine
worship at the Methodist church.
In the Dwelling.
1 bave alwaya felt that the beet se
curity for civilization in the dwelling
and thai upon properly aptxdnteU and
becoming dwelllnp depend more
than anything elee ibe liuprorvuieut
of mankiud. Kiit-U dwelliugs are Ibe
nursery of all donienOe virtue, and
without a becoming borne tbe esercW
of tboae virtues la tmiolbie. Dla
raelL NOTICE TO CREDITORS.
In the County Court of the State of
Oregon, for Clackamaa County.
In the Matter of the Estate of Ellery
Tbe undersigned having been ap
pointed by the County Court of tbe
State of Oregon for Clackamaa County,
executor of the last will and testa
ment of Ellery Capen, deceaaed, no
tice in hereby given to the creditors
of, and all persona having claims
against said deceased, to present them
verified as required by law, within
six months after the first publication
of this notice, to said executor, at
Ladd A Tilton'a Bank, corner Third
and Washington atreeta, Portland,
EDWIN W. CAPEN,
Executor of the laat will and testa
ment of Ellery Capen, Deceased.
Dated, June 7th, 1911. Bw
For the arrest an conviction
of any person or persona, who
a unlawfully remove copies of The
Morning Enterprlae from the
4 premises of subscribers after
paper has been placed there by 4
WANTED You to know taat we boy
all kinds of Curioa, that we ara la
the market for aeeond hand FnraV'
ture and Toole. We a lad bave a
good aaaortment ot aeeond band
Furniture and Tools on baad for
aale to those in need. Corns aaJ
aee; perhaps we have Just what yoa
want Indian Curios and tiiaksts
for aale cheap; some that. a re very
unique and alao very rare. UEOROl
TOUNO, Main near Fifth etreet.
WANTED Some squirrels - or chip
munks. Addresa Box 14, Jennings
WANTED Good, neat girl for general
housework. Inquire Mra. Frank
Busch. Both phones.
WANTIU; oiii advertisements for
thla column. prices very reason
able. See rates at bead of col-iaaa.
Read tbe Morning Enterprlae.
FOR SALE Space In this column
Sell that old plow or harrow; yoa
don't use It elnce you purchased
your new one.
FARM LOANS Mmlck A Dlmlck,
Lawyers, Oregon City, Or.
I HEREBY notify all nuaineea men
and dealers that I will Hot be res
ponsible for any debta or bills con
tracted by my wife. Laws V. Mold
enhauer, after June 10, 1911.
MONEY. TO LOAN.
MONEY TO LOAN On first mort
gage; $500 and up war da; one year,
or longer. Apply at ones. Cross It
Hammond, Attomsys at Law, Bea
ver Bldg., Oregon City.
BUILDER AND cavra) ACTOR.
HARRY JONaW Bunder and OsasraJ
Coe tractor. Bsttanatss i baas fatly
given oa all classes of hafldlag
work, concrete wafts ana rat afo reed
sts. Res. poaa) Mass 11L
O. D. KBT, Attorasy-at-Law. Ma
loaned, abstracts furnlaaad.
titles oiaaatned. estates settled, a
' sral law aostnsss. Orer Bask sf
UTtKN A 8CHUKBSU Attsrasysat-
Law, Desassasr adsskat, i
ties la all eourts, ass Irs
and settlements. Office ta
prise BMc-. Orssoa CMy. Oraajca.
H. COOPER, For Firs Insurance
and RasJ Escata. Lst as aaadls
roor properties - ws bay, s
Message. Office la ant
Bldg-, Oregon CJty. Orscoa.
Notico of Application for Liquor
NOTICE la hereby given' that I will,
at the next regular meeting of the
City Council apply for a license to
aell liquor at my place of business.
The Gambrlnua Saloon, corner Sixth
and Main atreeta, for a period of
three months. C. O. HODES.
will be on sale at
Gladstone Park, or
you may have it de
livered to your tent
every morning by
that will be maintained
A full report of daily
events will be pub
lished every day.
Order now and ar
range for delivery.
You will want extra
copies to send away.
Call, write or phone
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