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MORNING ENTERPRISE, HUNDAY, AUOUST 13," 1911.
r. day! we are alms, living our oxford and shoes away.
iuHnq our annual CLEAN-UP CALK wo are olvlna bargains In
ihote that will claan up our stock In a hurry. ' .
FITTED NOW WHILt WI HAVI A FULL RUN OF SIZES.
c Out Bargain Shoe Window
pension Bridge Cor. - Oregon City
lurray. of Molalla, was In thl
turn Wallace, 01 iiarae. was
rliy on Saturday.
sfw-nce. of Beaver Crook, waa
city on Saturday.
Charlea Stewart, of Carua,
ilila city on Saturday.
E A. Summer, formerly of Ore-
It y, haa moved hie of Ilea to 1017
p building. Portland.
ft llolman, of Beaver Creek.
thin city on Saturday.
and Mra. II. Jonea, of Eldora
r In thla city on Saturday.'
Petrrson. a roal estate dealer
Milium, was In thla city on Rat-
J. Elliott, of Beaver Crook, waa
anion the Oregon City visitors on
Clyde and Road Jaggar, of firui,
were In tbla city vlaltlng relatives on
Mra. Uty and daughter, Mlaa Jennie,
of Carua, woro In thla city on Hatur
Uay on bualuoaa.
Dottcateaaon: L. A. Noble, 714 Mala
street, haa )uat received from W'lacon
alu I.UUU pounds now cheese, croam,
Swiss and llntnurger. Kino t'r lunch.
Dr. Tbomaa J. Fox, of Portland,
waa In thla city on professional busi
Mlaa Alice Mcdugln. of Hull nun,
waa in thla city on Friday and waa
registered at the Elm trie Hotel.
It. A. Duel), a bualuoaa man of Ab
rden, Waah., waa In tbla city on Fri
day and Saturday.
Mr. aud Mra. K. 8. Larsen and
daughter, Mlaa Alice, loft on Friday
for Wllholt. where they will apend
alMiut ton daya, '
Mr. and Mra. Ram Bailey, of Clair-
niont, woro among the Oregon City
visitors on Saturday.
Mlaa Winnie Hanny left on Satur
day morning for Newport, where ahe
will apend I wo weeka.
Mr. and Mra. Edward Howard, the
former being ono of tho well known
farmera of Carua, were In thla city
on bualneaa Saturday,
William Rheahan left on Friday
evening for tbo Toll Gate, where he
will remain over Sunday with hla fariV
lly. who are camping at that place.
Wllholt atago will leave tho Electric
Hotel each day at S o'clock p. m.
O. 1). Eby left for Molalla on Sat
urday evening, where ho will join hla
family, who have been spending the
paat week with relatives at that j
I will aollclt at John Adama' atore
for hop-plrkers on August ISth, 17th
and 19(h. Yard between Dallas and
Robert Baker, who a petit a few
daya In Aatorla during tho Centennial,
returned to Oregon City Saturday
Drink Bart lot t Water. Bold by all
cafes, groceries and drugglat.
t the Portland Theaters
lASTCAR LEAVES FOR OREGON CITY AT MIDNIGHT
f , v.-
"The Substitute" Figman's Next Attraction
fx Flgman; under, tho manago-
P t nf Ha,rry L. Cort ,ln "Tho Sub-
"." a farce comedy by Ileulan
fl Dlx ini fu.lui. n.niaf
"land, will open hla aecond
I rriRAC..iiian nf mmp
"n on nrd 9in.. .i.k, tk.
PlencM attending thla woek'a bill.
0 Mnn on the ttnv" Lava h.n av.
"ft and mAnu'42ted ui.uhuaI plea a-
"1 the nffnrlnv J l wn.l,
( i - FN Huia an mo nui n
Pmyera. Tho Rubatltuto" la
iniereitlna farpa. with hint ttmt
mtrlouo In a number of nlacea.
"niplicatlona art, numoroua and
CRrrlod thronah vllK a rantrt
thitr nub.. u . .
whl, they aro being unfolded.
me Smith, Junior partner of tho
nf Vandergift and Smith, attor
lrea to find a auliatltuU to
"en at a country vlllnga for the
" th""rlcal atudont his alater la
m"7. who haa been taken
nZ.y ,n- nbU to aecuro
niinlnter and goe. to tho vlllago
L." "batltulo and feta hlmaelf
an aorta of abaurd and laughable
Bltuatlona. Ha falls In love with the
daughter of the old paator, who Is
charged by members of his congre
gation with having squandered tho
church fund for the Door on "paint
ed" women. The auuatltuto takes
the case as the lawyer for the defense
and clears the rector and wins his
daughter. Miss Lollta Robertson will
be cast aa the daughter, Miss Elisa
beth DeWItt aa Bather Dlffy, a sour
tempered, auspicious New England
old maid, sn extremely comical char
acter. Mlas June Urban will play
Smiths slater, Mr. Flgmsn of course,
sppearlng In the title role. ' 1
There Is roal heart interest In the
story, ss ell as good clean comedy,
fnd none of the situations Is over
drawn or strained. The good old New
England atmoaphero prevails through
out, eapeclally in the freshness . of
the garden scene.
Next week Mr. Flgman will appear
In his 1 teat success, "Mary Jane's
Pa." In which he was seen at the
Helllg laat senaon tinder tbo manage
ment of John Cort ,, " -
Mlas Joaale Roberts, of Tacoma.
Waah., after vlaltlng at ib home of
air. ana Mra, j. k. Jack, has returned
io nor noino.
Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Martin and
children will go to Canby this morn
ing, where thoy wilt vlalt i ih. . t.
of Dr. snd Mrs. L. O. Ice. .
Mrs. Ina Charman and daughter,
Mlas June, will leave bore next Thurs
day fur Newport, where" tbey will
spend two weeks.
Dr. K. A. Horanier, of Portland, wss
In Oregon City orr Saturday on pro
feaaloual bualneaa, returning to Port
land Saturday evening.
Roy Duvall and Clarence Evana, of
Eldorado, who have been working
for the Government Camp, paaaed
through this city on Friday on their
IV. aud Mra. U A. Morrla, who
are apendlng a few weeks at their
farm at Mount Plessant, have ss their
gueats Mrs. Robert -Good fellow and
Mlas Marjorl Caufleld.
Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Jack, a. R.'H.
Miller, of this elty, snd Mlas Ethel
Ilea Is, of Tacoma, who Is a gueat
of her aunt, Mrs. Jack, left for Mo
Jalla. by automobile, where they will
spend the day.
Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Huntley snd
ditUKhtcr, Mlaa Loulae, left Saturday
for Rhododendron Tavern, where thoy
will remain for two v.e-ka. They left
in their automobile, and expect to
make good time.
S. L. Canto, one of the prominent
and well known farmer of this coun
ty, whoae home Is at Carus, was trail
anctlng bushieaa In tbls city on Sat
Mra. J. W. Norrta, of tbla city, who
was recently operated upon for ap
pendicitis at tbo St. Vincent's Hoapl
tal, Portland, Is Improving rapidly,
and will be able to return to her home
tho ilrat oi Ibis week
Mlas Anna Flaher, Mlas Maude
Uichibody, Mlaa Nellie Undqulst,
Mlas Anna Wllehart and Mis Anna
Johnaton, of thla city, left tbla morn
lng for Seaalde, Or., where they will
spend the day,
C. E. Ramaby and Harry Young.
were among the persons from this
city going to Aurora on Saturday
night, where they attended the danc
lng party given by the Aurora band.
Mrs. Kannl Neppach, of Portland
and slater. Mrs. Frank Wblteman, of
this city, will leave net week for Wll
holt, where they will ruatlcate for
about one week. Mra. Neppach la at
preaent vlaltlng at Long lieach, Waah.
Mlaa Harriet Ilaker baa charge of
tho dental office of- Dr. L. C. Ire dur
ing his abaeure or a fow days vlalt
lng his family at the ranch near
(. A. Harding left on Saturday
morning for Trout Lake, Waah.,
where be will join hla family, who
have been at that place for tbo paat
week. Mr. Harding expects to be
gone for about one week.
Mlas Edith Hristow, of Portland,
waa the gueat of Miss Uelle Msltley
on Friday. Mlsa Urlatow was a stu
dent at Mills College in California
laat June, and wss graduated from
the Columbia School of Expreaslou
Mr. snd Mrs. Arthur Wllllaraa, Mlaa
Ileryl Ilatdorf, Mlas IJernle Llucklea,
Albert Ruckles and Mlas Louise Zim
merman, of this city, left on Friday
evening for Ijong Reach, where tbey
will enjoy camp life for aeveral weeka.
E. KT Ilrodle left on Sunday morn
ing for Freboat, Waah., where he will
vlalt hla alator. whom he has not
seen for twelve yeara. ' Mr. Ilrodle
will-be at Freboat for about one
Mlaa Roae Marrs and niece, Evelyn
Whlteman, left a few days ago for a
vlalt with the former's slater, Mrs.
Curry, and on tbelr return trip will
stop st Woodburn, where they will
visit Mrs, Spencer Berry, sister of
Mlas Marrs. .
Mlas Grace Duvall and Miss Elttle
Schoenborn, of Eldorado, were In
thla city on Saturday vlaltlng the
lutter'a parent a, (Mr. and Mrs. Rich
ard Schoenborn. Mlaa Duvall visited
her father, Mr. Duvall, at the Wild
wood Hoapltal, he having been In
jured about one week ago.
Mrs. Pauline Schwartx left on Sat
urday for Euatman, where she will
vlalt he-- daughter, Mrs. Edwsrd Bur
fua, who Is spending tbe summer at
that place with her family, and where
Mr. Surfua la employed. Mrs.
Schwarti will remain for several
Mrs. Edwsrd Sheahan and family,
who have been camping at the Toll
Gate for several weeks, hsve return
ed to Oregon City, and will leave for
Powell River, British Columbia, the
rirst of September to Join Mr. Shea
han. who, recently left for that place
to accept a position with a paper
Leland Mattley. of Lincoln, Neb.,
was the gueat of his cousin, J. H.
Mattley, of this city, for a few days
of last week. While on the coast Mr.
Mattley visited all the large cities
snd wss very . favorably Impressed.
Net summer he expects to make the
trip by auto, and will be accompanied
by his mother, and slater. Miss Irroa.
Mrs. E. W. Scott, of this city, and
Mlas Florence Westover, of Sesttle
Waah., left for the Ogle Creek mines,
where they will stay for several
weeks. Miss Gertrude Falrclougb
and Ellen Grace are at Ogle Creek
mines, where they have been spend
ing tho summer with Miss Falr
Mlas May Walker, of Palo Alta,
California, arrived in this city on
Saturday morning, and Is visiting Mr.
and Mrs. S. S. Walker. Miss Walker
Is a niece of Mr. Walker and visited
In this city for one year about three
years ago. She says there is no
place like Oregon, and she has de
cided to remain in this city at the
home of the Walkers. , .
Mrs. Carl Green and baby daugh
ter, Margaret, left on Saturday for
Stevenson, Wash., where they will
spend' three weeks visiting with the
former's psrents, Mr. and Mrs-." Miller.
Mr. snd Mrs. Dan Lyons and son.
Dan, after spending the past twelve
days at ' Shepherd's Hot Springs,
Wash., returned to their home in this
city on Saturday afternoon. v
The ladles of the Congregational
church, of Parkplace, held a most
enjoyable taffy pulling party in the
Smith oak park at Parkplace, en Fri
day evening, which was attended by
many of the young people of that
place. The taffy was made by Mra.
W. .A.: Holmes, Mrs. F. K. Lucas and
Miss Fav French. Before the close
of the affair there were many "stuck
up' persons In tbe park. The pro
ceeds amounted to f 6. ' , ; ,
Mr. and Mrs. F. H. Beach, of Glad
stone, left on Friday evening for
PolBe. Idaho, where they will spend
three months with their son, William
Beach, who .has been visiting them,
snd ho accompanied them to Boise.
Mr. Beach Is the aecretsry of tho
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DAMIEL GUGGENHEIM, "ONE OF THE BROTHERS.'
UCUEMIEIM is a name very much to the fore these days. The
air seems to be full of GugKeuhelma. Three of tbe Ouggenbelm,
brothers. laaac, Daniel and Simon, nave become Internationally
known as financiers, snd Simon is In tbe senate from Colorado.
Daniel Guggenheim, cue of the witnesses called to testify In tbe congres
Mlonal investigation of tbe opening of tbe coal lands In Alaska, began bis
career ss a buyer ot Isces in Switzerland for In father's American es
tablishment. Now be hi president of tbe American Smelting and Refin
ing company and thj Guggenheim Exploration company and president
and chairman of the board of directors of tbe American Smelters Se
curities company. Mr. Gucgenhetm holds other high positions In the
mining and smelting industries. Ho lives In New Tork.
Y. M. C. A. at Boise, snd he has been
been In attendance) at the Y. M. C. A.
convention held at Delano Beach,
Wash. On their return trip they will
visit their son at The Dalles.
The family of Dr. A. L. Beatle has
gone to Newport.
T. R. Worthlngton, Thomas Worth-
Ington. Howard Worthlngton and
Frank Lawton left Thursday morn
lng for the lower Columbia where
they will haul wood for two months.
Mrs. J. O. Staata. of Oregon City,
was visiting Mrs. Pflfner Thursday.
Mr. and Mrs. primer and son win
leave In a few days for Minnesota.
Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Evens were
Portland visitors Thursday.
Mrs. Ellers and little daughter
were Portland visitors Friday.
Tbe Ladles' Aid Society held their
monthly tea at the home of Mrs.
Rice Thursday afternoon. A large
number of members were present.
The Rev. snd Mrs.. Henry Spela and
Miss Bert rice Sherk rendered several
selections. Refreshments were served
by the hostess and a free will offer
ing was taken.
Mrs. Clarence Murphy spent sev
eral days this week with her sister
Mrs. William Wells.
Tbe Girls Band waa entertained at
the Oaks Thursday and- furnished
fine music. Miss Hester Armstrong,
the leader, Is wonderful for a child
of her age. Besides tbe chaperones
several prominent persons attended
the carmen's picnic.
Miss Iva Harrington, Chief Deputy
County Clerk, will leave Tuesday for
Seavlew, Wash., where she will re
main until Reptemler 1.
' Club Chat
Oregon City Is expecting a large
Influx of visitors next month, as the
Colonist rate go Into effect on Sep
tember 15 and a great many persons
have written to the Commercial Club
that they will take advantage of the
rate and come West.
Mrs. John L. Templeton, of Porter
vllle, Cal., was a caller at 4he Promo
tion Office and Informed the secre
tary that she is very much pleased
.with this county. Mrs. Porter said
that she was thinking seriously of
obtaining a few acresoof land near
Oregon City, upon which to erect a
model country home. She was par
ticularly pleased with the district
south of Oregon City In what Is
known as the Twilight nelgh'borhood.
The Porters are wealthy.
Mrs. O. Wilson, of Oregon City,
has on display at the Promotion
Building a branch of a peach plum
tree, two feet In length, -which has
SI plums on it. The plums are of
large slxe and of nice form and color,
which shows this section Is especially
adapted for fruit growing.
Philip Welsmandel, of Clackamas
Heights, has on display a v large
branch of late Duke cherries.' Mr.
Welsmandel also gave a branch to
Mr. O. E. Freytag who will preserve
the cherries for the State and County
Mrs. M. Johns, of Oreo Point, has
on display peach plums from the
largest plum tree In the county. The
tree probably Is the oldest plum tree
In the county.
i King of Beggars.
To be called "king of beggers" la a
title which would bo shunned. Yet the
owner of tbls title la Reecbow, China,
la an Id to have sn Income of $13,000 a
year. lie controls the most thoroughly,
organised system of hedging In the
Oregon's Popular Beach Resort
An ideal retreat for outdoor pas
times of all kinds. Hunting, Fishing,
Boating, Surf Bathing. Riding, Auto
ing. Canoeing, Dancing and Roller
Skating. Where pretty water agates,
moss agates, moonstones, carnelans
can be found on the beach. Pure
mountain water and the best of food
at low prices. Fresh fish, clams, crabs
snd oysters, with abundance of vege
tables of all kinds dally.
Camping Grounds Convenient and At
wth strict sanitary regulations
LOW ROUND-TRIP 8EA80N
from all points in Oregon, Washing"
ion and Idaho on sate daily.
3-DAY SATURDAY-MONDAY j
from Southern Pacific points Port
land to Cottage Grove; also from all
CAE. stations Albany and west
Good going Saturday or Sunday and
for return Sunday or Monday.
Call on any 8. P. or C. ft E. Agent
for full particulars as to fares, trains,
schedules, etc; also for copy of our
illustrated booklet, "Outing In Ore
gon," or write to
GENERAL PASSENGER AGENT,
BUDDY RYAN GOES
dO CLEVELAND TEAM
CLEVELAND. O.. Aug. 1J. (Spec
ial). The management of the Cleve
land American league team, an
nounces the purchase of Buddy Ryan,
the sensational outfielder, pitcher Bill
Steen and Roger Pecklopaugh. lnfield
er, all of the Portland Coast league
club. Catcher Whaling of the Seattle
Northwestern league team also haa
been obtained by the Naps. All will
report next season.
YOU might think that there is little to
choose between varieties of vinegars,
spices and and mustards. But there ISand
it will! surprise you to know that more" dif
ference exists between them than amongst
grades of meat and brands of flour. So, Just as you pick out the best
in meat, and flour, you should get the very finest In sypices and vine
gars. All the flavor and pleasure of eating may depend on that
choice. It will make the difference between a good meal and a bad
Come in and let us advise you. We carry the most varied and
beat selected stock In town.
Some prices and suggestions for this week:
Pure Cider Vinegar, bot.
Malt Vinegar, bot 10c-
Pickllnj- Vinegar, gallon ....40c
Pickling Spices, mixed,, ready
for use, package 10c
J. E. SEELEY, Grocer
OREGON STATE FAIR
SALEM, September 11-16, 1911
LIVESTOCK, POULTRY AND AGRICULTURAL EXHIBITS,
x RACES, FREE ATTRACTIONS AND AMUSEMENTS.
FERULLO'S GREATEST BAND.
REDUCED RATES ON ALL RAILROADS.
8END FOR PREMIUM LIST AND ENTRY BLANKS.
FRANK MEREDITH, Secretary
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When Senator Bob Taylor was gov
ernor of Tennessee he received a let
ter from an Inmate of the Missouri
State penitentiary who alleged hla
name was also Taylor and. claiming
kin with the governor, begged blm to
use all tbe Influence of bis high oflW
to succor a relative in deep trouble.
Accordingly Governor Taylor ad
dressed a letter to Governor Frauds
of Missouri as follows:
My Dear Governor t rancia Tou've got
a fallow named Taylor In your peniten
tiary who aaya be'a a relative of mine.
If you raa see your, way clear to do It 1
wlah you would pardon him, and If any
Of your klnafnlk ever grt In the Tenneaeee
pen I'll return the favor Tours.
. ROBERT TAILOR. Governor.
New York Times. .
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groat house furnishing store of Frank
7th & Taylor Street
Phones Main I & A 1123
SEVEN NIGHTS BEGINNING
SUNDAY, AUGUST 13
Bargain Price Matinee Wednesdsy.
Populsr Price Matinee Saturday.
Second Week Popular Price -
, - . Summer Engagement.
THE FAVORITE COMEDIAN
Supported by Lollta Robertson and a Splendid Company
IN THE COMEDY SUCCESS
Evenings: 75c, 50c, 25c, 15c
Wodneoday Matinees Any Seat 25c
Saturday 'Matinees 50c 25c 15c '
8EATS NOW SELLING FOR "THE SUBSTITUTE."
WEEK BEGINNING SUNDAY, AUGUST 30th
"MARY JANE'S PA."
8eat Sale Opens August 16.
Busch. Yes, they will be placed on
exhibition tomorrow, and many a girl
In Oregon City and Clackamas coun
ty when ahe sees those masterpieces
of the craftsman's art will wish that
she had entered the contest for one
of them. And how glad you, the can
didates, will be that you are In the
race and stand an excellent chance
to have one of those fine musical In
struments to adorn your parlor.
- Candidates, you must get on "The
Roll of Honor," , Do you know; can
you realise how 'many votes that hon
or means to you? It means that your
friends will rally to you as never be
fore. It means that you will be con
sidered as one of the Important con
tenders In this great struggle for
ballots. It means that persona who
are mutually friendly to you and
other candidates now will rally to
your support, because tbey will be-
come convinced tnat you are the one
who la going to win. "AH the world
loves a lover," but not any more than
"All the world lovea a winner." Or
to paraphrase the same expression
with another quotation, "Nothing
succeeds like success."
- Of course you will take enough time
off today to visit your friends for
purely social reasons or will go to
church. You should; you need tbe
relaxation. But get busy Just as
soon ss you can and add as many
votes as possible to your list. The
pianos end other handsome prises) are
not yours for the asking, but they wUl
be yours FOR THE WORKINO.