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MOUNINO ENTERPRISE, BUNDAY, AUGUST 20, 1911.
Society Brand Clothes
For Young Men and Meri who itay Young
. .....l.. A I'ohn. ol Chicago, maktrs of (lis fatnoua HO-
Jv iniANU CLOTHES, the originators of ygung tneu
IKTT I" frBt t0 Introduce young man's clot be 111 )r
fi...ri.for. wt bad our choice of all young men's cloihi ia
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flB.lKH,'lKTY IlllAND" clothes la far ahead of anjr other line.
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I JaU aorta "-h why yu h0Ml1 "r e'othaa that ara dlffsr.
Vi. what you hsve baan wssrlng.
If Ml '
ipnlon Bridge Cor. Oregon City
luau-.il.nii of a long dry spelL.
pearl Hnrde, of Portlsud, la
knd gurat ' Mii Emer
L r Kollenatwe baa (una to
Lad, where he la the guel of
.Hum nv! urnl daughter Mary,
Lir Creek, were In tbla city on
m JomI Foul and broihor, D.
FutiU of tiprlngwular. war In tbla
ua rtluy Vlmug irivuu.
L,,r Kfatlug. after veiling rela-
Via this city, returned to bla bouaa
M Mjrra llocui, of Madras, baa
d la ibla city and la (lia gueet of
iliur, Mr. Jubn Adanis.
r. isd Mr. V. D. Letourette, af-
ujoura at Newport, returned to
io City on Haiurday evening.
rt, Alvah lirauiey, of 8L Johna,
i In till city on Saturday morn
far a few dy' vUlt with friend,
r. and Mr. Kred Huinpbrys hsve
rod (rum Aatorla. whera Ibay
k la titemlMure at the centennlaL
ilkolt tK leave tba Electrl
M Mcb day at 2 o clock p. W.
kdaard luurh and Prod Hogg, who
to beo iM-ndliig tba paat week at
bolt, btv returned to Oregon
im Millie Kl hienner, of Port-
U. U tba guxkt of Mla-Lirttta
W and will remain hera for a
In Harry Midler arul llttla aon,
M(b, of Kalem, Oregon, bava ar-
M to tbl city and ar viiltliig Mr.
Urx Duann Kly.
i Agne BHver and Mra. Clinton
Ihtrford left on Saturday morning
8ui(i, bere they will remain
In, Jonathan Humphry, who baa
h ipendlng v ral month at Aa-
torla, wltb bar aon Cbarlva and wlfa,
will return to Oregon City today.
Mra. E. II. Hyatt and daughter. Gen
vlrva, of Portland, ara vlaltlng at
tba bom of Mr. and Mra. J. A., Uur
Mra, lluntur and daughter, Ml
Rachel, bava gone to Buaalde, Or.
where tbey are enjoying their vaca
Dr. K. A. Hoininor, formerly of Ore
gon City, baa moved hla office to 1017
coroeii buiming, roriiana.
Dr. AhrahaniHon, Mr. Ueuben and
Mr. Krlwlman. who have been at Wll
holt for the paat week, naaMtd through
thl city on Saturday ou their way
K. 8. lJiren wife and daughter,
MUa Alice, arter enjoying a week'
varailon at the Wlluolt Hrlnga, re
turned to Oregon City on Krlday af
ternoon. Juine Mallatt, of Mullno, accom
panied by Henry BeUer and John
Uowry, of the aame place, where In
thla city on Uaturday on their way
to Portland, where tbey went on bul
Mra. J. C. McCammon, Mlaa Jennie
MoCoukey, of Albany Mo., and Mra.
II. K. llrlniKienhoft. of 1'ortland, weie
vlalinr at the home of Mr. and Mia.
J. M. Warnock the latter part of thl
Mra. I"rd "Kammeran, of Heaver
Creek, waa In thla city on Haturday.
Mra. Itobert Caaeday, of Carua, wa
vlaltlng friend In thl city on fiat
urday. , .
flay, you amoker! Nobel baa juat
received 8.000 Porto Klco clgara;
very fine; In lots to ault. lw
' Clarence Karr left on Saturday eve
ning for Beaalde. where be will apend
a week wlih hla family, who bave b'n
camping at that reaort for the paat
Lnula Smith and Peter Long, who
accompanied a hunting party to the
headwaters of tba Clackamaa, return
ed lo Oregon City on Saturday. The
remainder of the party will arrive
Mra. Helen Montour left this week
for Seaalde, where ahe will visit ber
daughter, Mra. J. W. Davenport, who
ha been camping with ber family for
the paat two weeks.
Mlaa Mildred Ram, who has been
apendlng the pat week with ber ala
ter, Mr. J. W. Thornlterry, of A a torla.
returned to ber home at Willamette
on Saturday afternoon.
Mrs. Kirk Caaaeday, of Carua, was
an Oregon City vUltor on Saturday.'
Gilbert Robblna, one of the prom
inent farmera of Heaver Creek, waa
In tbla city on Saturday.
I will aollclt at John Adama' atore
for hop picker on Auguat 1Mb, 17th
and 19th. Yard between Dal la and
Mr. Jennie Nile, who, has been
spending the summer at the home of
7TH A TAYLOR STREETS.
PHONES MAIN 1 A A-1122.
7 NIGHTS beginning SUNDAY. AUGUST SO.
Bargain Pries Mat. Wed. Spool al Price Mat, Sat
HARRY C. CORT PRESENTS
THE FAVORITE COMEDIAN
IN THE COMEDY SUCCESS
uMary Jane's Pa"
Mr. Figman I supported by Lollta RoberUon and Splendid Company
ivnlng: Lower Floor 75c, 60c- Balcony 50c, 25c Gallery 1Bc.
Wan.diy Matin; Lower floor and balcony 25c Gallery 15c
Saturday Matin: Lower floor 50c, 25c Entire balcony 25c Gal.
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wire, biixaoem warner at u, ......
Pleaaani, baa gone to Tacoma, Waah..
win viu ixirore going to
her horeS at Wall Walla, Wash.
J. Y. Humphry, who baa been con
netted with the fish batcher display
- ivuiwiunm mi Aauiria, wa In
thl clly a few days ago vlaltlng hla
daughter, Mrs. Ada llnlrlckoii of
Mount Pleasant. Mr. llnmphrys 'has
gone to lloftnevllle. where he Is em
ployed at the hatchery.
W, W. Mare, who haa been spend
ing the paal week at Mill City, has
returned home. Mr. Mars was en
gngd at logging In that aectlon 17
years ago, and many of the old vjhu
or thime days were viewed, although
there have been many change during
that time. He visited among hla many
friend, and returned by way of Stay
K. C. Hamilton . of , Htevenann
Waah., Is In this city on buatnee. fie
own the atore building on the corner
of Ninth and Main treat a which he
dexlre to rent. Thl building I on
th property of the Bt, Paul's Kplaco
pny church. Mr. Hamilton has been
very aucreafiil lnre leaving thl
city, teaching school.
Mr. and Mra. Charles Riihanks. o(J
walla walla. Waah., arrived In tbla
city on Saturday morning, and are the
gueata of Mr. and Mra, R. K. Wood
ard. Mr. and Mra. Eubank have Jut
arrived fron irltluh Columbia. whre
they vUlted many of the prominent
rlllea. and will go to California, after
vlaltlng here for Beveral day.
Arthur Hitch and slater, Ml Mar
garet, of Cuba, Mo., were In thl rltv
on rrlday, the guests of Mrs. O. W,
Grace, and left Haturday evening for
Heaalde, where they will remain for
a Tew day, before atari Ing for their
home. Mr. Hitch and bla slater are
making a tour of the Coaat atatea, and
will return borne by way of California
Tbey are delighted with the climate
of Oregon, aa well aa of Ita acenery.
Mra. Herbert J. .Thome and daugh
ter, Hilda, of Portland, who have 1m-n
In tbla rlty vltltlng the formers par
ent, Mr. and Mra. tieorge Wlahart.
of Seventh street, returned home But
urday. Mrs. Thome and her daugh
ter. In company with Mr. and Mra.
Wlahart. apent aeveral days at the
farm of Mra. Henrietta NorrU, at
Wllaonvllle. Mra. Norrls and family
formerly lived In thl city, and are
now living on their KOaj-re farm, one
of the beat farm In that section of
Mr. snd Mrs. E. J. Dalton and
daughter Elizabeth and Nellie and
Mr. M. D. I-atourette will go to
Mount Hood and return today In Mr.
John fltubba, R. P. D. No, 2 carrier,
la apendlng a ten daya' vacation In
I BALL TO BE
BJG SOCIAL EVENT
Beautiful 'Queen of Spain and "x
Her Three Handsome Children
Seats Now Selling For Engagement
WEEK BEGINNING SUNDAY, AUGUST 27. '
v 4TH AND LAST WEEK.
Mr, Flgman will be aaen In '
"THE MARRIAGE OF KITTY.'V .
t , open Wadneaday, Auguat 23.
C0OD FOR ONE VOTE.
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. NOMINATION BLANK.
00n POn TWENTY-FIVE HUNDRED VOTES. f
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Willi', "ornlnaitlon blank, when properly filled In . and brought
,i00 vot I"'"1 Inartnint of The Enterprlae will connt for
lUte 1 nf one of these blanka will be credited to each can-
The "Candldatea Hall" to be given
In honor of the conteatanta In the En
terprlae Crand Voting Contest, next
Wednesday evening at liuach'a Hall,
III be THE social function of the
The candidates have already laatied
more Iban 600 Invltatlona and their
frlenda are asking that Invitations
be laaued to others who wlah to at
tend. Parmer' orcheatra haa been
enxaged for the evening and will fur
niah muaic for the congenial throng
that will gather to do honor to the
candldatea in the greateat, and most
aucceaaful voting contest ever con
ducted In Clackamas county.
No trouble or expense Is being
spared by the contest management In
planning for thla, the greateat affair
ever wiineesed In the way of a ball
In Oregon City. The ball will be
elaborately- decorated and It goes
without aaylng that thoae who attend
will enjoy thetnselvea to the utmost.
A banquet will be tendered the can
dldatea at "The Falls" after the
dance. Milton Price will be floor
manager and a corps of able assis
tant will be on hand to see that "The
stranger within our gste" receives a
Every one present will be a friend
of a csndldate and those who were
fortunate enough to receive an Invi
tation should not fall to be on band
aa the contest management la going
to do It utmost to further the en
loyment of candidates and tbelr
At the Portland Theaters
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v LAST CAR LEAVES FOR OREGON CITY AT MIDNIGHT
OL'KEN VICTORIA of Spain, one of the handsomest of the royal women
of Europe, and her three baudsome children are ahows, above. Her
eldeat aou, the Prince of the Aaturlae snd belr to the throne, ks a fine,
tardy chap, bat the eecoud eon. Prince Jaime, who Is eo ber aagtif, Is
not so fortunste. He w born Jnly 22, IOCS, and abould have begun sajklng
some time sgo, but be bas failed to develop speech, and now the doetor any
that be la deaf, lie la under the care of several expert, and the nope la beld
oat that an operation will relieve him and cure hla ailment Prince Beatrice
la a year and a day younger than Prince Jaime. Queen Victoria la a daughter
of the youugeat daughter of Queen Victoria of England.
BUILDING FINE HOME
Clarence Simmons Is erecting a
beautiful home for himself and fam
ily at Gladstone. It will be completed
about October 1. Mr. Simmon re
cently sold the bouse be la at present
occupying. The house under construc
tion will contain six, rooms on the
first floor, and a sleeping porch, and
one bedroom on the second floor. The
large fireplace In the living room will
be one of the great comforta of thla
Ideal residence. The living room, din
ning room and kitchen, the latter of
which will have enclosed cabinets,
are to be large. The living: room will
have enclosed Jiook-caws, and the
dining room ,a built-in buffet. The
A. A. Blanchard has the contract
for bulTSIng a realdence for J. C. Jubb,
who recently arrived here from the
East and purchased ten acres of the
Ijidd Tract at Mount Pleaaant." This
home, which has Just been started,
will be one of the most attractive In
Mount pleasant. The house will
have aeven rooms and all modern Improvements.
The 'ignited States Civil Service
Commission announces that It haa
been unable to supply the demand for
male stenographers ana typewruere
In the aer.vlce or the government of
tha united States. Young men who
are willing to accept an entrance sal-
sry of S840 to IIWO a year nave ex
cellent opportunity for appointment
and advancement. The government
service offers a desirable field to
bright and ambitious young men. Ap
pointments In the Held service- are
frequently mad "t 11,000 and $1,200
a year. Examinations win oe uoiu
September ana uciooer, mi, na
qualified persona, male and female,
are urged to apply for and enter the
coming examinations. For. applica
tion blank and tun inrormauon na
r... iterhert F. Ward, aecretary,
Eleventh Civil Service Blstrlct. room
224. postofflce building. eauie.
VANCOUVER. Aug. 19. (Special).
Vancouver won a close game from
the Roadsters today. The score was
S to 2. Portland tied the score In the
fourth and the "Nicks" had a chance,
but It went glimmering In the sixth
when the Vancouver boya took the
lead. Ten hits were made off Jtloom
fleld's delivery. Ramuaaen allowed
only four safeties. Vancouver con
tributed an error.
The result Saturday follow:
' Pacific Coaat Portland 0. Ixa
Angeles 0. game called . account of
rain; Oakland 8. Vernon 8; 'Sacra
mento 4, San Francisco 2.
Northwestern league Vancouver 3,
Portland 2; Seattle C. Victoria 2; Ta
coma Spokane game postponed -on ac
count of rain.
American Ieagu Cleveland 3,
New York 2; Philadelphia 3. Chicago
1; Detroit 6, Boston 3; Washington
St. Inula game postponed, rain.
National League Cincinnati 4-7,
New York 5-4; Plttaburg .2-10, Brook
lyn 3-7. Chicago 16. Boston 8; St.
Louis 6-2. Philadelphia 3-5.
Vernon 77 62 .654
Portland 7f 5 .659
Oakland 74 68 .521
San Francisco 72 69 .511
Sacramento 64 72 .471
Loa Angeles 56 85 .397
Vancouver .t .77
Tacoma .... 72
"CY" YOUNG GOES
WITH BOSTON TEAM
BOSTON. Aug. 19. (8peclal).
That Cy Young, the veteran pitcher
who was released by the Cleveland
Americans a few days ago, will not
retire from big league baseball yet
was Indicated today when it waa an
nounced that he would report to the
Boston Nationals next Sunday. Young
haa been practicing dally and Is In
fine condition. He says he Is still
sble to pitch big league ball.
A CORKER IN CORK!
, . Richards & Prlngle'!
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Den ton Vane with Max Figman at Heilig Theatre
Clever actor who Is playing wit
st the Heilig Theatre, Portland. Mr.
drama, "Mary Jane's Pa" for 7 night
lne Wednesday end Saturday.
"MARY JANE'S PA." '
Third Week'a Appearance at the Hel-
Mas Figman's third week at the
Heilig. theatre will open tonight
with "Mary Jane's Pa," whicn
Is perhaps the most pleasant
Figman role. The bits of whimsical
character seem to go well with the
Figman temperament and perbapa the
actor la right when be aays his aud
ience like blm best "with a family."
For three seasons Mr. Figman pre-'
sented "Mary Jane's Pa," at nigh
prices to crowded houses each tixae.
and his presentation of It here at pop
ular prices Is an event not soon to be
The play Is a great comedy, but
not a farce. Hiram Perkins, leavea
his wife and two children to make
their own way in the world. His wife
Portia, in sore straights. moves to
Gossport and open-a printing office.
Sb make a good living for herself and
chicks," and has succeeded In mak
ing herself a powerful person among
the village inhabitants. Rome Pres
ton, Democratic nominee falls in love
tflth her, and she champions his cause
through her paper, and finally, on the
h the favorite comedian M Flnmin
Figman will be seen in the" comedy-
s, beginning Sunday Auguat 20. Mat-
eye of her letory over her little world
she Is confronted by the return of
her no-longer-needed husband, after
an absence of eleven years.1 Miss Lo
ll O Robertson v as Portia. Perkins,
gives to the play a picture of digni
fied and enobled womanhood. Miss
Von WeltofT who plays Mary Jane la
sweet and winsome, and lacka all the
pertnesa and affectation that' la ao
common among stage children. Mr.
Figman succeeds in making the vaga
bond worthless bedraggled tramp hus
band a really loveable character, and
still It rather hurts to concede that be
Is loveable. The presa scene in the .
second set, which has become almost
famous for Its reallstlcness, and the
ending scene of Uie last act, test the
ability of both Mr. Figman and Miss
Robertson to the utmost, but neither
of them Is found wanting.
"Mary Jane's Pa" will continue for
one entire week, with the Wednesday
bargain matinee, and popular Satur
40. KINGPINS. OF rVflNSTRELSY40
EAGLES GATHER AT
BAY CITY FOR AERIE
SAN FRANCISCO. Aug. 19. (Spec
ial). Golden Gate Aerio No. 61. pf the
Fraternal Order of Eaglea at a rousing
meeting, the first held In the new
rmrl Temnln' Golden Gate avenue
and Hyde street, unanimously indors
ed the candidacy of J. J. Cusack, past
president of the Aerie, for Grand
Worthy President of the order. Many
visiting delegates having votes to cast
at thA BPHHlona of the Grand Aerie
this week were present and spoke
supporting Cusack, and fifty past
nrairianta from vnrlous Darts of the
country expressed themselves aa
strongly favorable to placing me
Grand Presidency of the order In 8an
The vanguard of the army of Eagles
that will be In the city from tomor
row to Sunday for. the grand Aerie
aesslon of the order la alresdy on the
ground In the person or Frank k.
Herlng, chairman of the Board of
nranri Trustee, other afand officer
Including A. H. Duncan, grand chap
lain, of St. josepn, miss.; rmniay
McKae, grand treasurer or Helena
Mnnt V. TV Sander, of Snokane,
Wash.; Frank LeRoy, of Victoria, B.
C, and Leo Meyer, or Guthrio, oris.,
rnnil i rimtees ! Lincoln Davis, of Se
attle, of ' the Judiciary Committee,
chairman of the Committee on Griev
ance and Appeal, and E. Hirscb, ol
the press -committee of the Grand
The contest ' for the grand Drenl-
dency of the order which will take
place during the forthcoming sessions
Of the Grand Aerte In Eagles Hall Is
. I, I . . na kA,V mil J. , r.m
TO lie M livttijr uii?, ma iiviu vmiwiuai-v
m na.na.b1ii men and "have a larae
following. Frank B. Horng. who de
atrea the office "for the second time. Is
from South Bend, Ind., while Mr. Cu
sack Is a native of San Francisco and
hold a reaponalble position as assis
tant to the city Treasurer. -
8eata on l at Jones' Drug Co.
Reserved Seats 75c and 50;c Chlk
dren 25c. f
BAND CONCERT AT S 4. M., AT
I CITY PARK ON 8EVENTH ST.
SHIVELY OPERA HOUSE
ONE NIGHT ONLY, "
Sunday, Augost 20 "
Oregon' Popular Bach Reaort
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 gates, moonstones, carnelans
can be found on the beach. Pure
mountain watec.and the beet of food
at low prices. Fresh fish, clams, crabs
and oysters, with abundance of vege
tables of all kinds dally.
Camping Grounds Convenient and At
tractive. wth strict sanitary regulations
LOW ROUND-TRIP 8EASON
- - . TICKETS
from all points In Oregon, Wsshtng
ton and Idaho on sale dally.
' 3-DAY SATURDAY-MONDAY
from Southern Pacific points Porf
la ad to Cottage Grove; alao from all
C It E. stations Albany and west.
Good going Saturday or Sunday and
for return Biwday or Monday.
Call on any 8. P. or C. H. Agent
forJull particulars as to fares, trains,
achedufea, etc.; also for copy of oui
Illustrated booklet, "Outing In Ore
gon," or write to .
GENERAL PASSENGER AGENT,
. Portland Oregon.
FIFTH ANNUAL -
OREGON STATE FAIR
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SALEM, September 11-16, 1911
HOME COMING WEEK
LIVESTOCK, POULTRY AND AGRICULTURAL EXHIBITS.
RACES. FREE ATTRACTIONS AND AMUSEMENTS.
FERULLO'S GREATEST BAND.
REDUCED RATES ON ALL RAILROADS.
SEND FOR PREMIUM LIST AND ENTRY BLANKS.
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FRANK MEREDITH, Secretary
SALEM, . OREGON.
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NATURAL HOT MINERAL
Rheumatism Can be
Hot Lake Sanatorium
Write For Booklet
HOT LAKE, OREGON.
Two Couples Granted Llcen.
The following were grantted mar
riage licenses by County Clerk Mul
vey Saturday: " Gladys Looney and G.
LP. Looney. of Molalla; Olive M. Tripp
and .'a me Shaw, of Aberdeen,' Wash.
REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS.
The following are registered at the
Electric Hotel: N. J. Bouna, Salem:
Mrs. M.. B. Leet. Portland; Howard
Harris, city; Millard F. Adams, W. G.
Cole. Sacramento, Cal.; R. W. Baker.
Willamette;, Otto Watson, Willa
mette; George Sagar and four friends,
W. Jones, Portland; A. C- Pattlmore,
city; Mrs. Morrison Vancouver B. C:
J. A. Morrow, Seattle, Wssh.
8utscrlbe for the Dally enterprise
Emma F. and Daniel Nettleton to
A. Muesslg, land In section 26, town
ship 2 south, range 2 enst; $25. -
Joseph Sollle to O. M. Matteson,
10 acres of D. L. C. of Philander Lee
No. 66, township 3 south, range 1
S. M, and Emma Bunnell to Ernest
J. Haseltlne, 85 acres in sections 3-1
and 34. township 8 south, range C
Benton and Luln King to P. O.
O Conner, 30 acres of I). U C. of A. M.
Harding 4, township 8 south, range
3 east; $.150.
Rhododendron Mineral Springs
LandCnmp any to A. A. Hoover, lot.
9. block It, weat of tba Zlg-Zag Creek.
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