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MORNING., ENTERPRISE, TUESDAY, AUOU8T 29, 1911.
Called to our Special Sale on Ladies
and Misses' House dresses and Child
ren's Wash dtcsse. A beautiful as
sortment td choose from.
Susprnsioii bridge Cor. . Oregon City
Trtwiiifr. have yon anything to say
eby sentence ahoilld Hot le aasedT"
"Judge. )"' had a mother once.
"Tel. and I have ber yei..Tn dol-
an and coats. Call Ibe ueil case."
Fred JodhI, of Carus, was In this
prarl ("lit iMlnrr of Carus, wss In
thli city mi business Mondsy.
Mini Krnh Klrbyson, of Hfcubel, waa
la ibis cliy on business Monday.
Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Jonas, of El
dorado, were In this city Monday.
Mlai Vitus I'ortar. of Canny, was
la this city visiting friends Monday.
Charles Spsngier, a well known
farmer of Cams, was In this city Mon
William Thomas, of Hearer Creak,
wit traniuc-ttng business In this city
Fir French, who has been visiting
Wlllard Ingram, of nnrlow, has re
turned lo DK'iiiin City.
Mr. and Mrs. John Byrnes left on
Saturday fur Seaside, whero they will
ylt friends for a week. "
Mini Nellie Younger, of Portland.
ii In thin city Sunday visiting her
sister. Mra. Mlchsel Uleasnn.
Mr. and Mra. Frank Srhoenborn
vent to Eldorado on Sunday, where
thy visited Miss Elsie Scnoanborn.
Mrs. Fred Ilullsrd. of (his city, will
leave toilny for Uedland. where she
III vlali her granddaughter. Mrs.
Wllhnll atiigo will leave tea Electlis
Hotel amh dv at 2 o'clock p. m.
Mill Kut. Porter, who has hn at
Bjil(le registering at the Hotel
Moore fur Ncveral weeks, baa return
ed lo Or.'Kon City.
Mayor E K riruna. nf RnH waa
In thli cltv mi business Monday. Mr.
Brum waa Hoc ted mayor of Randr
t tha rlty election held Saturday.
Mra. a lloldon, after visiting her
"lighter, Mrs. Andrew Robertaon.
o( 8oImh, for the past week, re
turned to Oregon City Monday morn
ln. Mill Ann Murlla and Ulu Twa
Writ, of lu-nd, were In this city Mon
y vlHltlnK Miss Veda Williams.
Tnay mil vIhIi friends In Portland for
Gerald Wll mi dt Q nt-ln sr aa fast vaa
In thli city on Sunday a guest a't the
nomo or Mr. and Mra. 8. V. Francis.
Mrs. UolxTt KruaKer, of HIllsl)oro,
Bo haa been In tbla city visiting
H. Krueger, returned to her
fltne on Monday.
Dr R. A. Hummer. Mrm.r). n.
oC,,r' h"" "T'vd his office to 1017
CobHt building, portlnnd.
Mra v n. Shlvoly and daughter,
Mli L i.. ti,iv,. ,v. . 0 '
Am . niiu a-ul, OUII-
r In I'ortliuid with the former's
n. Attorney w. r Shtvely and fam-
ret,"'"cl to Oregon City Monday.
Mln Mlna Kelly left Saturday for
wn Ii,,,,,.,, Walhif wher8 gh wl
Wtid avral weeks at the Kelly)
Mrs. Kelly and Miss May
that . "rp Ml,en(l'i the aummer at
Deputy sheriff J. o. 8tatts.'who has
w"n ramnlno- mitt, vi. n.. .k.
IT, V wek" 1,4 Troutdale, return-
hL,fa,T."y nro,l to Portland!
Harman t i i .
u,,.h "laiiuna, or l scorns,
tv'' no been in this city for
eoti.iV. . wo wfi" in,Mt of his
l,n4 on Monil.- t.
Ill ioi. ' ""'. -wuere d
"s to h a himm
Chftrlfia r' .. i- - . . .
thla i. ,M,u"e. or hi. Johns, waa in
hom. r :V: ?""a7 viaitmg at me
a ifr j nrotner. FYed Gadka.
tin. ?.d.)y.rw,ck. who has bean vle-
-i v-maatone, a meat of his sis
r. Mrs. P. M. MllKh wl, ,V( t(V
' r Marihfteld. where he will
'"Porto;.ri?.n:",'n.' m""ber of the
CU. waa in .i. I.lne 8an Francisco
'rifndi r. , h'.cltjr S""". visiting
rliltad m '""'"T'or Portland
time Athu.i Ji mmh"r of tha Paa
M baai t lc.Club' of San rranclaeo,
4 thT ai MAtorta- whr h "nd
mila M mMt. 'n1 won the on.
Un for a. , wl11 xM ,n Port-
'"I home "M,r1 d'M beffr Mt,,rn
Mr. ihj w.
Mn 17. . Johnson and
main. 'n..w.her hy took th
lu" late Frd r niMiti
wara (r,t . .
on City. The visited Mr. Johnson's
parents Mr. and Mrs. Burr Johnson,
at Pendleton, on their way bom and
experienced Mm very hot weather.
The flowers taken to Atmna at the
tlmt of Mr. Iletfrlch's death were.
bttauilful upon their arrival at that
place as bn they left her. One
of the floral places which attracted
atteullon was (hat presented by the
Knights or t'ytbias. or which Mr. Hal
frit h was a member.
Jamas Johnson, of Portland, was
in the city on business Monday.
Henry Conk and family have re
turn d from Newport, where tbey
spent (en days camping.
First Woman lit Chins
te Prectiee Medioine.
on. TAMVI SIS
In It tmaalble for an eaatern woman
to enjoy weaiern education and train
ing and rrmsln rhnraftrrlatlrally rl
eulsIT This Is a question fruiuriitly
aakt-d by Kumpenns liiterewted In the
education and roKrws of easteru wo
men To se Ir. Yaniel Kin. China's first
womsn doctor, slid.' Iiettar still, to
bear bar eneiik In erfect English of
her boea for (be further progr- .f
Cblueae women. Is to answer the iica
Uoo lu the alflrmatlve. Dr. Yamel in
atands for the well balanced orlenlnl
woman, familiar with (be science,
learning and methods of the wat, but
Joeing uoue of bar own nationality.
8 ha la typically Cblneae In appear
ance. There are the pale completion,
tbe dark bnlr, the ainall dark eyes,
twinkling Willi fun. Small In stuture
but alert and active In body and mind.
Dr. Kin wisely retains her Chinese
It Is more than twenty years since
Dr. Ysmel Kin took ber degree st the
Women's Medical college. New York,
now merged Into Cornell university.
The years spent In the west have
tabglit her much besides a wonderful
command of the English Isnuunge and
a knowledge of imnllclne and surgery
She does hot approve of all she ha
heard and aeeo. but ahe recoirnlaea
that modarn science Is the greslest
gift of tbe west to the east todny. In
method there iiiuhI be adaptation rut her
Hhe t now Intruxted by the Chinese
government with tbe orgHnlxntlon of
a medical department for women In
northeru Chlnn. a huge task which
cnlla forth ber splendid abilities A
start ha tuvn tnude nt Tletitxlii. A
hospltnK dlaiieiisary and medical aclimil
are In existence How tbey came In
to being Is characteristically Chilian
Lnnd. on which were some very un
dent buildings, was allotted lo Hr
Kin for her new organisation, with an
assured revenue. That waa the gov
ernment's part; she waa to do all the
rest. "You muat make ynnr own
plans and enrry your schema to sue
This meant that she bad to be her
own architect and engineer and carry
out the work with the aid of a few
ordinary vorkmen. There were tha
water supply to be planned and sani
tary work to le done, as well as de
molishing some of the old buildings,
replacing them with new ones and
adapting ptbers to her purpose.
The transformation waa worked
Tha architect and engineer are now
sunk In the doctor and director. Dr
Kln'a aim la to make sure progress and
lift the people step hy step to better
sanitation aud hygiene. In bar estnb
llsbment she maintains Chinese ru
torn so fsr as possible and Introduces
atnlr such western method of ssnltn
Hon as are Indispensable. Her stu
dents enter fot a two or three yenrs'
course: their method of life Is Chluese,
also their food. wblchDr. Kin sbarea
with tbem In order that she may be
tbe Brat to complain If anything ehould
Yrora 'childhood Ixuls XV.. French
niAnarch. used nowder upon his Wig
rand mada It completely white, which
custom waa Imitated by hla courtiers.
Thla practice continued until the
reign of (error, when wigs and pow
der disappeared together from Kranee
SI 111 1 I
Fill Psshiena Taken
Pram Myttical Orient
owa r cax.ixiT aoacss or raais.
. In many of the smsnest styles for
fall aud winter there Is a decided lean
ing toward adaptations of Egyptian and
East Indian modes. The Callot Boeurs
of Parts have for a number of years
been noted for tbelr Egyptian looking
Tbe gown Illustrated Is a creation of
this fsmous Arm of couturiers, and the
colorings are particularly Interesting
Tbe foundstlon .of tbe dress Is of a
peculiar East Indian red. relied with a
rather bright blue chiffon. The em
broidery la done In dull bine end
mauve atlk and dark blue wooden
Take a candle In your bag and a box
of -safety-matches When they are
wanted you will be glad tbey were put
In. The space required for tbem Is
small. A pasnenger on a steamer tbst
wss wrecked bsd a email candle which
enabled ber to collect some of her
most valuable possessions when tbe
lights went out after tbe collision.
Carry a few peps In your bsg If yon
do not use a fountain pen. You will
And that It Is worth while, aa the pens
provided at some hotels snd other pub
lic places are often so bad that It Is
Impossible to nse them with any satis
Envelopes nsed In packing small arJ
tides will be found better than boxes,
as they take up less room. Rtont. col
lapsible envelopes. whl-h may be
bought where office supplies are sold,
will be found eatlsfnefwy Gloves,
handkerchiefs, neck arrangements, etc..
msy be kept nicely In such envelopes.
In summer Informal riding habita
re worn, but when antumn days ar
rive these clothes give place to those
of a more formal character. For fall
waaTTaa awaooan oaaswousN vun
tbe newest habit la built of a very
small black and white checked cloth,
with breeches and cont to match. The
Illustration showa the correct riding
bablt of this cloth.
(averting to Type.
From tbe fresco pnlntlugs of women
In the Cretan palaces of the period
about 2000 B. C. It Is learned that the
women of that time pinched In their
waists, had flounced or accordion
plaited skirts, wore an elaborate coif
fur on their heads, shoes with high
heels and hats which might have coma
from a Parisian . hat shop, while one
woman might lie described aa wearing
a June cnlotte.
' Otherwise Perfeet. t ,
rtandall-My wife playa and atnga
and recites. Rogers-Use aba any
otber defects. Ufa.
eme Weman Are Hard ta Please.
"A New York woman la suing for
divorce because ber husband reads hla
poems to ber." ,
"Yes. and 111 bet aba would bava
sued Just the same If Ee read them to
aome other womnn."-Chlcago Record
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Pbolo by aaeriuui Praaa Asaoctatlon.
PORMD NOSES OUT
TACOMA III NINTH
PORTLAND, Aug. 28. (Special).
Tbe roadsters, by good work In the
ninth, snatched victory from Tacoma
today. Tha score waa tied until the
eighth when Tacoma went to the
front and looked to be the winner.
But In tha ninth Portland hammered
out two runa. A atrrfhge feature of
the game waa that Tacoma made 10
hits and the Roadsters only six. The
visitors, however, played poorly In
The results Monday were aa fol
lows: Pacific Coast League No games
Northwestern League Portland 4.
Tacoma I; Seattle 7, Vancouver. 6;
8pokane 6, Vlcorla 4.
American League Philadelphia 12,
Detroit S: Boston 4, Chicago 1; New
York 4, St. Louis I; Washington and
Cleveland, no game.
National league New York 2. St.
Ixiu Is 0; Cincinnati t. Brooklyn 1;
Pittsburg 8, Boston 0; Chicago B,
Won. Lost. P.C.
79 60 .568
83 65 .661
81 70 .537
73 77 .487
66 78 .4.8
59 91 .393
Won. Lost. P.C.
82 51 .617
.74 61. .648
74 61 .548
72 60 .645.
67 63 .615
31 104 .230
Sacramento . .
lxis Angeles . .
Tacoma . .
li t i a a a a
"Dissolved your partnership If"
"Why. I heard your partner gave
you tbe highest share."
"He did. He gave me all tbe losaea
which were luive. und he kept all tbe
prollts which were suisll."
You may not ta a monarch
Hut II ta solns aome
When you ran touch a button
And make the wallar enm
Makes Him Sober.
"1 like fun.-'
"So I see."
"You don't show It. "
" bare the at II to pay."
Lived It Down.
"I used to know him when he waa a
poor boy T
"And (h be wealthy nowT"
"Evidently your knowing him didn't
blight his career:
Power ef Habit.
"I bear he Is something of a lodge
"He Is, Whenever he sees a goat
passing If takes four , policeman to
hold blm. He thinks be ought to tide
gome otherwise brave men are "al
ways badly frightened whan they
bear anything that makes a noise Ilka
Being polite to the people we don't
like Is a dreadful strain on the nerves.
Some ieople become athletic by (he
simple eiel lent of dtslgtng their
It Is esy etiiMiirh to n'; .'iit It
It N Vi'U e-h. r" tiel'ir ' '
Heart to Heart
Bjr EDWIN A. rCVX.
THE HOT WEATHER FACE.
Yes, tbe weather ta warm.
You can reed that much, writ large.
In the fucea shout you.
Note tbe faces.
Beads of lierxplrullon tell of sticky
clotbea aud burning feet. Tbe air Is
murky; scow In wriukle brows; mouths
droop; eyes are sullenly glazed; ges
tures are of dissent aud protest; thun
der clouds sit on foreheads; humanity
"Look at tbe faces.
- You try to look pleasant, but so
much are we all kin. with tbe fussy
bunch about you. your own tempera
ture goes up a not-'b or two.
There's a face different It la tbe
face of a rare woman. Undeniably
ber face Is red. like the, rest of tbem,
but ber brow Is plncld. and her eyea
hare a laugh lu them, and she smiles
a smile thnt will not come off. What
a relief to look on her! Your tern-,
perature drops a little.
Yes, she la handsome by compart sou
with tbe ugliness about her. Other
women are better dressed, but
Their beauty la spoiled by the grotjen
they carry. The hotter tbey get the
grouchler they get. and the grouchler
they liecome the hotter they get.
- There's another a man'a face.
Good humor radiates from every
vantage point of bis rubicund visage.
Jollity is bodied forth from scalplock
to doulS chin. He perspires, but he
smiles. Tie mops his face, bnt his
twinkling eyea plainly say, "It's al
ways warm In aummer." He really
appears cooler. He Is cooler.
How Is that?
Why, there's physical and mental
heat For Instance, you are warm
physically. Your mind enya. "I'm
hot" As a result you pile mental
beat on top of the physical, foil are
hot both lu body and In mind.
Which Is a bad combination, because
mental heat Is more dttngeroaa thun
The better way to aare yourself
from tbe heat Is to trw to forget It
' Smile and cool off. '
Whatever you do. If you muat put
on a hot weather face, keep It to your
Do not put It In circulation.
An Erd to Extravsnar-es.
The mother of a certain prety sev
enleen year-old girl was baring a talk
with Edith's father the other day
about Edith's coming out party. The
father, be It explained, has recently
made bis fortune, and he la sometimes
loath to part with any of It
"One thing Is certain." tbe mother
declared emphatically. "I "wilt not al
low Edith to come- ont nntll ahe can
do It well. She must have the best
debut or none."
Tbe father nodded.
Tbat'a all right" be admitted. "She
can have tbla one. but 1-want yon
both to understand It'a tbe Brat, last
and only . debut I'll ever buy her."
A Crtnd Canyon Sunrise.
A nnrie lii the tiruod canyon lasts
as long as you please. i:m h hour Is
a sunrtxe for some cavern deeper than
the lai. snd. In fact there are many
where It bss yet to rise for tbe first
time since the csnyon waa mada by
Jms area of running water.
Antlpodeans Lead World In Play
kl For Oavls Tennis Trophy.
ilWAYS STfC3 IN SINGLES
Aanerioane Shew Way te fengliahman
In International Centatte -Hugh Da
herty Wss Greatest ef All Lawn
A resume of tha history of compett
tloo fur the Da via cup, the fsmous
la wo tennis trophy now held by A us
tralasln. shows tbst America baa been
much lb most proline la plsylng con
lests end lead Eutilsud In Its general
average of wins aud Is lu turn led by
Australia. England shows s msrked
superiority In tbe doubles game to
both the L'nlted States and Australia,
due aliuoat entirely lo tbe wonderful
ability In this style of play and per
feet team work of the "big and little
Do's," as tbe Doherty brothers were
affectionately ulcknuuied. while Ana
trslla's strong showing In singles and
relatively poor work In doubles are ac
counted for In like manner, for tbe
great Brookes sod scarcely leas great
Wilding are not so Invincible aa a
doubles combination ai when lo tbelr
true element singles competition.
Our own average In both branches
waa seriously affected two seasons ago
when America's youthful representa
tives. Long and aJcLoughlln. suffered
that overwhelming defeat at tbe bands
of tbe 'Australasian stars, winning but
one set lo Ave matches.
Hsve Wen Wa Sets.
Again, lumping ' preliminary and
Una I matches together for the purpoae
of analysis, a closer study shows that
America bas won a total of 90Vi sets
and lost 82'4 In singles, tbe unusual
half a set resulting from anunflnish-
ed tied match In the flrst contest with
England, and has won 27 and lost 22
In doubles, leaving a balance In our
favor of 10 seta.
In ber six ties Aontralasia has cap
tured 4 and lust 30 seta In singles and
won 12 out of 25 to doubles, her bal
ance being only nine, but bsvlng la
singles sn sversge far better thsn our
England bas 64 sets to her credit
In singles snd haa lost til V- while her
record In doubles Is 21 wins to 16 Ions
es, or a totsl of 77V each defeuts aud
In games the total score reads;
America (sluglest. won lost 853;
(doubles i. won 222. lost 101.
England (slnglesi. won MS. lost &T4.
(doublesi. won 222. lust 191.
Australasia (slnglesi. won 518. loe
44S; (doublesi. won I'iO. lost lV4 1
Hugh Doherty Wonder.
Turning now to tbe more person-
and therefore Interesting statistics of
Individual records, it appears at a
glance that that of Hugh L Doherty.
"the little Do." stands la a clasa by
Itself. He not only won tbe English
singles title Ova times (1902-001 and
paired with hla brother, tbe doubles
;hamplonsMp eight times (1897 to
1901. 1903. 1904 and 1905). captured
countless less Important titles on tbe
other aide and in Europe, but won tbe
American championship In singles In
and In donblea In that and tbe
IJla remarkable ability waa used
quite aa effectively In the service of
his country, for be engaged in eight
International contests snd was never
Sefeated. although Lamed almoet
turned the trick once and twice forced
blm to five set matches, aa did Ward
Of tbe other English players a H.
Bmlth and F. U Rlsley also kept their
llates uusmlrcbed, winning four and
two International matches respective
ly, with no defeats, but tbe latter"
victories were against the weak Bel
C ii?ed Conditions
The -New Statlonmusier I'm giad ti
And you nm-li a willing worker. I
was wurued Hint I would tint! you tbe
most III teniicred and lnr.y man on the
station. I 'oner lanxlous to Ingratiate
himself) An' so I waa till you corned.
air. London Black and White.
All a rn 11 v mj . r. i . - m .
alums, and the Japanese soldiers rank
among toe Dest gymnasts in me worm.
In balf a minute they can scale a
fii-tiuin f.k.r wall H rllmhlnir oit ea-h
other's shoulders, one man supportum
I wo or turee wurre.
Patmnlia our advertlsera.
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This coupe when neatly clipped and properly filled In with the
name of the candidate you wlah to vote for, will he countod aa one
Name of candidate.
This coupon la void after August 31.
" Cut on lines. Don't roll. Send In flat
a NOMINATION BLANK.
GOOD FOR TWENTY-FIVE HUNDRED VOTES.
K I w!"h to Nominate M1sa
4 Address ...
& fv i I.. . Hxn v.l.nV ak,n
mailed to Contest Department
W III II I iffj J ttt Tim. imSll LiaroilW
1,600 votes. 'Only one of these
The residents of 8andy were awak
ened late Sunday nlgbt by Ciiea of
"fire," and tbe ringing of tbe church
bell. The big barn of Elmer Phelps
on Center atreet, with ita contenta,
wsa destroyed. Tbe blaze was an un
usually bright one, and tha sky for a
radioua of a mile waa Illuminated.
Mr. phelpa thlnka tha 0r waa startod
by a spark from the pipe of traaap
who had gone to the barn to sleep.
There waa much excitement In tha
town during the progress of tha fire,
and for a time It waa reared other
buildings were la danger.
CARD OF THANKS.
We wish to extend our sincere
thanks to the many frlenda and no
coalntancea who so kindly saetsted
na during the Illness and death Oi
Fred Y. Hel f rich, and especially to Um
Knlghta of Pythias and Mssonle
lodges and also for tbe beautiful floral
MR. AND MRS. O. F. JOHNSON,
MRS. JULIA HELFRIC1L
BOOK DESCRIBES SANATORIUM.
The Enterprise la In receipt of a
very Interesting booklet of sixteen
pages descriptive of the Hot Lske
Sanatortu. Hot Lake. Ot which dif
fers somewhat from the usual aanatot
lum publication. It contains short '
articles of real Interest to tbe 111 and
well alike, and numerous Plustratlona
tend to enliven tbe text matter. Hot
Lake Sanatorium is an Oregon insti
tution, owned and managed by Ore
gon men, and la not only the largest
and moat completely equipped Insti
tution of heeling and recreation in
the West, but the most acceasabM.
REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS.
George H. Elllgsen .snd Katherine
Elllgsen to Tbomaa Spencer 140 acree
of section 18, township S south, range
I elst; $7,500.
Frits Boettrich to May Boettrich.
6.09 acre a of section 20, township a
south, range 4 east; $1.
Al and Wllda E. Lindsay to William
H. Kennedy, 31 acrea of section 4,
township 4 south, range 4 east; flO.
T. E. Dodson and Ina J. Dodson to
Ray L Smith and Jesse T. Smith,
18 1-3 acrea of section 1. township 2
south, range 2 east; $4,500.
Helen M. Elliott, J. W. Elliott to
Albert W. Elliott. 42 acrea of section
20,wnBhIp5south7" range"! east;
John W. Loder and Grace E. Loder
to S. P. Davis and Emma Davia, lot 1
of block 114, Oregon City; $10.
Daniel Fellows to Jason C. and
Lena Fellows, 40 acrea of sections
34 and 35. township 3 south, range 3
Adelle Young and S. L. Young to
Louise Brunkal. tract 42, Willamette
J. T. A p person and Mary A. Apper
son to O. L. Clyde, Sam Jonea and J.
T. Apperaon, executive committee of
the Abermethy Grange No. 346, Pat
rona of Husbandry, lot 11, and east
20 feet of lot 12. block 5. Edgewood
Addition to Oregon City; $10.
Oregon's Popular Beach Resort
An Ideal retreat for outdoor psa
tlmea of all kinds. Hunting. Fishing,
Boating, Surf Bathing. Riding, Auto
ing. Canoeing, Dancing and Roller
Skating. Where pretty water agates,',
moss s gales, moonstones, carnelana
can be found on the beach. Pure
mountain water and the best of food
at low prices. Fresh fish, clams, crabs
and oysters, with abundance of vege
tables of all klnda dally.
Camping Grounds Convenient and At
tractive. wth strict sanitary regulations
LOW ROUND-TRIP SEASON
from all points In Oregon, Washing
ton and Idaho on sale daily.
from Southern Pacific points Port
land to Cottage Grove; also from all
C. A E. stations Albany and west
Good going Saturday or Sunday and
for return Sunday or Monday.
Call on any 8. P. or C. & E. Agent
for full particulara as to fares, trains,
schedules, etc.; also for copy of out
Illustrated booklet, "Outing In Oro
gon," or write to
GENERAL PASSENGER AGENT,
nfAnarl filial in anA WMatil af
of Tha Enterprise will count for
I A U VJ v-a-'a iww " wwaii are- "W
blanka will ba credited to asven a
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hat v r" ,B cemetery
i1 r. hav. returned to Ors
Road tha Morning ntarr1r.