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MOHNING ENTEUPRI8E, THUKNDAY, JULY 13, 1911.
OUR BIG Clean up Sale now
on. Everything in the
Store reduced from
25 to 50 per cent.
Don't fail to attend this Great Sale
It means MONEY SAVING to you
Suspension Bridge Cor.
On ths Wr.nj End.
a. m.-"Wb(r In biases did Hint
i In f omul key go toT I'm aluioet
I.. I put It i.ii hit Hill? t,ef.iro I mine
ay from I bo flub."
; C. Ijitoiirette. of Fossil, Or., U
i hi- rlty visiting rclatlvee.
V K. Wlltox. of Kedland, waa In
icon City Wednesday on bualneaa.
. A. Piper, practical painter anil
--orator. Call Jonea' drug atore.
Mra. K. C. Warren, of Osk Grove.
In thin city on edneaday.
Miss perl CrUaiier. of Cams. In
SH rlty on Wedneedsy.
Utlasns will linld a soclsl at Wood-
kn Mull this evening. Dancing. Ad-
idlon 35 cent a.
lilenry RchoenlHirn haa gone to, Wil
li, where he will remain for sev-
Iirendpa Uudaley, one of lha plo
ra of Carua. waa In thta rlty Wed
Ira. Thoinaa Toata, of Mllwaukle,
vlaltlng frlenda In this city Wed
M. K. ' Lereuretle, the Fori lend at-
liiey, waa In the rlty Wedneaday
bustneaa and vlaltlng bla family.
Mlse Bedonla Bhaw will leave on
iy 14 for Newport. Or., where ahe
II remain on month.
Mlsa Henrietta Norrla, of Wilson-
!e. who haa been visiting relstlvcs
Mount I'leaaant, haa returned home.
K. C. llarnee. formerly of thla city,
t now of Sellwood, waa In thla city
Mlse Ethel Greavea haa returned
m Ca.erado. after spending a week
lb her coualn, Mlaa Ruth Callff.
Will Be Incomplete
WE CAN MAfL IT ANYWHERE FOR
25 CENTS A MONTH
It's worth the money.
It's Hlce a letter from home
It will keep you fully informed
about the happenings of your city
and county during your absence.
You can place your order fay telephone.
ThelMorntng Enterprise is thejonly
' daily newspaper between Portland
and Salem. It is steadily growing
in popularity. '
You get all the news worth while in
Harold Hwsfford and John Mulksy
lft on Wedneaday morning fur Um
AiiKelxa, on the ateamer Heaver.' They
will be gone about two weeka.
Mrs. J. It. Dell, of Chicago, hna ar
rived lu thla city, and la vlaltlng her
daughter, Mra. Don Jamea, of Twelfth
ami Jeffereon atreeia,
Mra. A. (- Werner entertained at
bridge Wedneaday afternoon. The
prlxea were won by Mra. J. N. Winner
and Mlaa Marjorl Cailfleld. Refresh
ineiita were aorved.
Hon. W. H. U'ltcn left on Tuesday
for Uearhart 1'iirk, where he will re
main for aeveral daya enjoying the
Mr. and Mra. Kdward Behwsb mid
(luiiKlllr, Oeraldllie, left Wedn'Miduy
for Hcavlew, where they will remain
for two weeka.
Dr. K. A. Hom'mer, formerly of Ore
gun City, haa nxived hla office to 1017
Cor hot t building, Portland.
Albert Kyle, an employe of Ihe Karr
ini'iu miirnet mi Wevrinh street, met
with a painful arrldent while working
at the market on Tueaday. Hla hnnd
Halph Miller and Arthur Smith, of
thla rlty, Joined flahlng party frt,m
Cartia. In (ha party la Mr. Canto. 1 tu'v
left for Yamhill roomy, where they
will remain for aeveral daya.
F. II 11 rat, one of the well-known
realdenta of Union Mllla, waa In Ore
gon t'lty on buallieaa Tueaday. . Mr.
Mural la proprietor and owner of the
flouring mllla t that place.
Mr. Moaler, of Claikes, waa Ir thla
rily on bualneaa Wedneaday.
(onion Stuart, a prominent uvtm
paer man of Vancouver, A'aah , was
In thla city on a pleiunrt trip Wed
neaday. Wllbolt atage will leave the Electric
Hotel each day at 2 o'clock p.
F. J. fiaraban, of Med ford, accom
panied by bla family, have arrived In
i hla rlty, and have rented the George
Keddaway residence on Monroe atreet,
between Second and Third atreeta.
Mra. Frank Irlah, who wee taken
very. Ill at her home on Tuesday, re
maina about the aame. Mr. Irlah left
for bla farm the first of the week,
where be had Intended doing aome
necessary work, but returned to Ore
gon City Wedneaday.
Mra. C. Jonea, of Portland, who la
general agent of the (teorge U. Clow
Company, of Philadelphia, waa In thla
rlty on bualneaa In connection with
Ihe company, and appointing agenta.
Mra. Jonea la at the W. W. H. Bamaon
Mra. A. E. llobba, of Eugene, , who
haa been the gueat of Mr. and Mra.
H. It. Cox and Mr. and Mra. L. P.
Morton, left on Tueaday evening for
her home. She had been In atten
dance at the Convention of the Chris
tian church held In Portland.
Mra. It. L. (Iravea left on Tueaday
for Long Ileach, Wash., where ahe will
vlalt with frlenda for aeveral weeks.
Mra. Sarah E. ('lark, of tbla city,
hag gone to Halnion City, Idaho, where
ahe will spend two months vlaltlng
relutlvea. Mra. Clark's niece, Irene
Clark, haa been vlaltlng In thla city,
but returned to her home at Salmon
City a few weeks before her aunt's
8. McDonald, of tbla city, has pur
rhaaod the Klrharda fllsh market near
the Southern pacific atatlon. Mr. Klrh
arda, the former proprietor, who was
recently trlrkeu with paralysis, ro
oming about the aame, and la cou
fined to hla bed.
. O. K. Tabor, of Manila, South Da
kola, brother or Mra. Ralph Miller,
of thla rlty, arrlvod In Oregon City
ou Monday and haa derided to locate
here. Mra. Miller, who hns not seen
her brother for ten yeare, waa sur
prised by him. He left thla morning
for Cannon Hoard, or., where be will
vUlt hla parent, Mr. and Mrs. It. H.
Tabor. Mr. Tabor will send for hla
family at South iMikota, aa stwin re he
dorblea on bla permanent location.
MINSTRELS TO SrOW HERE.
Harrlaorr Bros.' Troupe Will Give
Performance Monday. - -
Harrlaon Hroa.' Mlnatrela played to
a crowded tent luat nlsht. They were
yv fur tliu fluent mlimtrela tbut ever
piayei in our cny unuer canvaa. Any
one who llkea mlnatrel shows could
not help but bo pleaeed at tbelr sing
ing and dancing, which was greeted
by round after round of applauae. The
ahow la new, clean and up-to-date, re
plete with new aonga, Jokea and ludl
croua situations and certainly deaerv
ed the excellent patronage which It
received. A fine band also adds tnurb
to Ita attraction. Alva Dally.
The Harrison inlnatrela will gjve
a performance ln Oregon City on the
evening of July 17. A big parade will
be given at iuhw.
KNIGHTS SURPRISE HANNIFIN8.
Entertainment Given Couple Back
From Old Home. -The
Catholic Knlghta of the Ht.
John'a Catholic church met In regular
aeaalon on Tueaday evening, after
which they repaired to the home of
Herbert Hannifin on Fourteenth
atreet, where tbey took Mr. and Mra.
Hannifin by surprlae, the couple Just
having returned from a trip to their
old home at Canada. The evening
waa devoted to vocal and Instrumental
mualr, and waa followed by an elabor
ate luncheon. There were about 40
In attendanre. some of the knights be
ing accompanied by their wlTea. v
CHURCH CLASSES TO ENTERTAIN.
Mlsaca Hall, of Tacoma, te Give Read
ing and PUy.
The four claaaea of the Congrega
tional church, the teachers of wh'ch
are Mra. Charles Woodward, Miss
lielle Mattley. Mlsa June. Charman and
Mlaa Alice Oo-ltllng. are arranging
for a recital to be given at the churcn
on Tueaday evening of neit week.
The Misses Hall, of Tacoma, Watth ,
will entertain on the violin and by
readlnga, .and aome of the young Id
dies of thla city, members of the Con,
gregatlon Sundsy school, will also
take part In the program. The enter
tainment will be followed by a recep?
tlon tn the church parlors.
Heart to Heart
By ED WIN A. NYE. ,
TO A JUNE BKIDE.
Tour honeymoon la over? And whJ
Precisely wbat you are anting. Is
It not? 'And ninny anoihrr flrl brIJe
Tall mo why you fml.' ma aoou.
Talln. fading, the wuxfd nKn (but
naacrut Mlmue In the xpi ony da; a
of inn trlmoiilnl U'gliiiiliitra hna lout:
aline growu dim. and then m-niiw lit
face Mtole the hbadow of routine i-oiu
monplace. Your boucyniHiu wum In
Why? 3-011 nxk. In ,vu It Im the left
over superstition. Jnt a little, of tbej
ages, and you wonder:
Waa It the wroiitr day J .....
Or that the aun did not whine?
Or tbo planetary algna?
No. my di,r. It wna none of thcae
The honeymoon mine to an end be
cause all thing come to au end. ea
perlitlly thing sentimental, sprouted
and grown under the warm liupulxe
of a novel condition.
It's Jlne up tbere In the rarefied air
of the mountain top, but you do not
stay. You come down Into the' pro
saic valley to live.
That new huaband of yours adapted
himself sooner than you. tie wa
obliged to plunge Into bla work. Store
duty puahed aside the Idyls of the
Toor child. It jarred you to come
down to tbo ordinary, aud I spree with
you that honeymoons should lnt for
ever. Only they do not.
Ilatnana are ao constituted thnt they
cannot continue to bill and coo with
out sometimes yawning and wishing
for a change. There's n bit of philoso
phy In the ndnge that "fnmlllurlty
breeds contempt" not contempt, per
hsps, but sstlety.
lo not grieve over the setting of
your honeymoon. Cherish the memory
You see, my denr, you and be must
hnve a tryout. You scarcely know enrb
other. In the friction that comes In
double exlatence you are to learn to
respect each other. Love Is built on
llesldes, love Is devotion, and devo
tion requires time for exercise aud ex
pression. It may require mliuuder
standlngs and quarrels. msyte, and
tears to work. It out all right according
to the story books. ,
Never mind, little lrl.
' Other moons will wax and wane.
None of them may so drip with hon
eyed sweeta, but they will be ellvery.
happy moons. .. .
New Wreatllng Giant Hare.
Otephanoff, a gigantic Bulgarian
wrestler weighing 250 pounds and
tandlng six feet three Inches tall, Is
In America to grapple with the catch-ks-catch-cao
At the Portland Theaters
Last Car Leaves For Oregon City at Midnight
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Scene from Mrs. Flake In "Mrs. Bumpetesd-Lelgh" at Helllg Theatre.
Famous American actress and The Manhattan Company will present the comedy-drama ."Mrs. Bumpstead
I lnh." at the Helllg Theatre, Seven th and Taylor streets, for three night s. beginning Thursday, July 13. Ma
luee Saturday. .
MR. HARRISON GREY F1SKE
The Manhattan Company
Prices: $2. 91-50, $1, 75c and 50c. Seat Sale Opens Tuesday, July 11.
Coming July 24, 25, 26 Chauncey Olcott
RALPH BURD, 12 YEARS
OLD, RIVER VICTIM
(Continued from Page 1.)
the first to try to recover the body
with grappling hooks. They were
Joined by a score of others. Including
Earl Luti, of J, Levitt's department
Dynamite Is Exploded.
After working for about two hours
Harry Jones, the contractor, set off
two charges of dynamite In the wster.
but thst did not cause the body to
rise. In the meantime William 8. Sad
ler, who haa been lecturing at the
Willamette Valley Chautauqua at Glad
ston hi telephoned to, and declnrod
that he could resuscitate the lad If
the body was recovered before It had
oeen in the water longer than four
hours. He prepared to come to the
city, but It was not until about five
houre afler the accident that Mr.
Lots, who had Improvised a grappling
hook from a long gas pipe, recovered
(he body. 1
Meanwhile E. C. Dye, W. F. Bchoo
ley and Waldo Caufleld had rvlsed a
purse of about $1 with which to em
ploy a Portland diver. They had tele
phoned for a diver but had, been un
able to obtain one. The money waa
given to Mr. Luts, who gave It o Mr.
Durd. Mr. Lutt, who waa compliment
ed upon his recovery of the body,
worked with It for more than half an
hour In an effort to rastore life.
Mrs. Burd was prestrsted over the
tragedy, and her condition Is serious.
Ths family haa lived In the city only
a few months, snd the father Is em
ployed In the machine shop of a local
Coroner Wilson decided that death
was accidental and did not hold an In
quest. The body was taken to the
Holmnn undertsklng establishment
ind the funeral probably will be neld
While the search for the body was
I'tlrg made business virtually was aus--nnrted
and hundreds thronged the
aborea wa'rhlng the sesrchoV
1 1,v. ''- (!
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July i 3
Mr. LoU Hia Premonition.
Mr. Luts, when seen last night by
a Morning Enterprise reporter, was
loath to ta!' ibout hla recovery of
thu body, but finally explained how
It had been accomplished. He. with
several others, hsd dragged the bot
tom of -the river, but owing to the
stumps and other debris accomplished
nothing. Finally Mr. Lutt decided
that the only way to find the body
was to get a heavy pole that the buoy
ancy of the water would not divert.
"I had a premonttion that I would
find the body," said Mr. Tutx. "and.
find the body," aaid Mr. Lutz, "and,
aa possible if there waa any chance
to aave the lad's life, I went bsck to
the store and got a long ateel pipe.
To the end of this I fastened seversl
hooka, and then hurried back to the
river and got a man to row me ou!
to where the boy sank. I prodded the
bottom for sometime with the pole,
and pulled up seversl stumps, a gunny
ssck and other debris. Finally ono of
the hooka caught under the boy'a arm
and we drew him Into the boat. I
tried for fully half an hour to resus
citate him, and at one time thought I
might be successful. His lege and
arms were stiff, but these I soon lim
bered and I am sure for a little while
he breathed faintly. However, it waa
aoon aeen that the boy had beenIn
the water too long-"
When tendered the money that bad
been raised for the employment of the
diver. Mr. Lots said that be did not
went it, and that he considered It hU
duty to assist In recovering the body.
I'pon second thought he accepted the
money and at once banded It over to
Mr; Hurd. who will use It In defray
ing the funeral expenses of his son.
The Elements of Chsrsotee.
Greatneas of character la a commu
nicable attribute. It has nothing ex
clusive lu its nature. It cannot be the
mouoKily vt au Individual, for It Is
the enlarged snd generous action of
faculties ami affeviloiw which enter
Into and constitute all uilnds-l mean
reason. i-onaHeuce and love i torn
Its elements exist In all.-William Ki
Mrs. Fluke and the Manhattan Com
pany In "Mrs. Bumpstead-Letgh" Is the
attraction announced for three nights,
beginning Thursday. July 13. at the
Helllg. and In this there ia strong grat
ification for the management as well
as the public, which has been so loyal
to Mrs. Fluke and appreciative of the
art which Is the most dominant figure
on the American stage today.
' All wbo are Interested In the bet
ter things of the stage; tn the great
good that the stage aa an Institution
Is capable of accomplishing; In worthy
effort always worthily directed; in In
tellectuality as a moving force In the
drsma end In the personality which Is
the freatest hope of our atage, will be
Interested In Mrs. Flske'a coming en
gagement. Her new piece is the comedy In
which she haa recently been so suc
cessful In New York, and It will be
found entirely different from any oth
er play In which Mrs. Fluke has ever
been seen here. , Broad comedy has
not heretofore been associated with
Mrs. Fiske, but when her comprehen
sive and comprehending art Is brought
to bear upon that type of dramatic
creation, the result can easily be pre
dicted. New York declared the play
a Joy and Mrs. Flake's work tn the
title role a revelation.
A GSRMA!! WCVWS rrA!SE.
She Saya Amiricm Womin Drvts Bat
tar Than Pariaiana.
"American women dress better thrn
the women tn any country In Europe,
even In Paris." says Miss Helen Uaase.
a German author now ' traveling In
"In Euroie only the wealthy rlnsscs
dress well, but In America all women
do. Clerks who mahe only $.1 or M s
week dress In perfect good tas"e. With
a one dollar shirt waist and a one dol
lar skirt tbey have the style of queens,
a style that European women do not
get by spending many times that
much. Tbey dress their bslr beauti
fully gnd take good care of their com
plexions. The latter although some
times more art than nature ere very
good. As an average the American
women are pretty.
"Here In America It Is an usual to
see a badly dressed woman, while In
Germany It Is unusual to see one who
la well dressed.
"I am a great admirer of the middle
class Amerlcsn ' woman. Hbe la In
telligent, always looks the lady, makes
her own clothes, does her housework
and Is a splendid housekeeper. The
Germsn woman of the same class nev
er looks well dressed. Is always In
dressing sacks, dirty and scrubbing.
One seldom sees the Amerlcsn woman
scrub, yet her house Is always cleaa.
"The Paris woman possibly bss tbe
letter of her Amerlcsn sister on hats
Ind gowns, but the American woman
looks better. Only tbe high society of
Frsnce can afford these expensive
gowns. The average American woman
csn make herself a beautiful and styl
ish gown for little money; consequent
ly the Isnrels' belong to her."
Rsnevstlng s Broom.
When, after mnch service, a broom
becomes shorter on one side than the
other and the ends of the strews as
sharp as needles, dip It In hot wster
and trim It down quite evenly with
tbe shears. The result will be a broom
as serviceable as when new.
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erriM-s ot'eur ftaa eurraotaal ooUa wttt S4
prlnlad (or patron Minimum
WANTEr Collectors to see my col
lection of all sorts of curios, an
tiques, and Indian trinkets; alamps
. for stsmp collectors; coins for
numlsmstlsts, arrow heads for arch
eologiata, etc. I buy and sell all
sorts of curios; also all kinds of
second-hand furniture and tools.
George Young, Main, near Fifth
WANTi ouiaii advertlaementa for
this col'jtnn. Prices very reason
able, faee rates at head of rol'ima.
Read the Morn! a g Enterprise. , ,
WANTED Yon to know that the En
terprise Job printing department la
tbe most complete In toe Stste.
outside Portland. . Try tt for your
WANTED Male and Female Help.
HIGH-CLAB8 representatives to work
on salary and expenses; also men
and women on salary. Call at Mrs.
Sampson's, 816 Main street.
LOST On Molalla Road. English set
ter bitch, color bluish-grey, eight
, months' old. Notify J. N. Elliott,
Route No. 3, Bon 162, phone Farm
ers 143. Reward.
FOR SALE Space In this column
Bell that old plow or barrow; yon
your new one.
FARM LOANS Dimlck Dlmlck,
Lawyers. Oregon City, Or.
O. D. EBT, Attomey-t-Law. Money
loanod. ahetracts fnrnlahed. bud
titles examined, eatates nettled, gon
eral law business. Over Bank at
Oregon City. . ,
IT REN A 8CHUET3EU Attorneys-l
Lsw, Dentscber- dvokat, will prao-'
tie In all courts, make collect! om
and settlements. Office In Eater
prise Bldau Oresoa City. OreaoB-
MONEY TO LOAN.
MONET TO LOAN On first morV
gage; $500 and upward, a; one year
or longer. ' Apply at once. Cross A
Hammond, Attorneys at Law,,
BUILDER ANO CONTRACTOR.
HARRY JONES Builder and General
Coo tractor. Estimates cheerfull)
given on nil classes of building
work, concrete weiks ana reinforces
onnerete, Ren. Pbooe Main HI.
B. H. COOPER, For Fire Insuranev
and Real Estate. Let us handle
yonr properties we bny, sell and
ex chance. Office In Enterprise
Bldg., Oregon City. Oregon.
SEALED bids will be received at the
office of the undersigned, Enterprise
Building, Oregon City. Or., until E
p. m, July 17. 1911, for furnishing
200 opera chairs, (more or less),
for the auditorium of the High
School building at Oregon City.
Samples of chairs must be submit
ted with bids, and price must In
clude delivery at Oregon City. Board
of Dlrectora reserve the right to
reject any and all bids.
K. E. BRODIE.
Clerk of School District No. 62, Ore
gon City, Oregon.
July 11, 1911.
Notice of Application for a Pool Hsll
NOTICE Is hereby glvn that I will,
at the next regular meeting of the
City Council apply for a license to
ran and regulate a pool hall at my
place of business at Mountain View
for a period of three months.
I. F. CURN.
Are you a subscriber to the Morn
ing Enterprise? If not yon should call
auu iue ua put yuur Danie uu too sub
scription list Immediately.
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