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MORNING ENTERPRISE. THURSDAY. AUOUST 31. Mil.
OREGON CITY, OREGON
E. t. SROOIt, Editor and Publlhr.
'"ntered mm seeoad-olaaa matter Je
.rt . lilt, at the Dost ernoa at Cnra
City, Oregna. under the Aet of Marwb
TEtNS OF SVUCSIPDON.
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any nua. par Inch
flret Ineertkm.. lie
ere'erred ptialttoa any par, par la oh
added laerrtlona le
un paper other thaa first page, par ach
fins Inaartkui lte
Run papat other .haa ftrat page, par tana
added teaartlona ......So
uorala lae ar Una; ta regular adrer-
laera So Una.
Waata. For Bala. To Rant. ata.. eae
eeat a word ftrat Ineertloa; oae-han aaat
Ratea for adrertlataa; ht ne Weakly
Cnterprtaa will ba the name aa ta the
daily, for adverttaatnenta aat aapaoially
for Hie weakly. 9Vfiere the aaverttsaaaent
la transferred from the daily to the week
ly, without cnang. the rata will ba
aa tack for rva of trie paper, and lea aa
Lack for special position.
Cash should aeceapaay order where
party la unknown, ta bastnaaa offloo of
Legal advertlalng at., legal ed'ertlatng
fir-cue advertising- and special traaalenl
dvertlsmg at tie to toe aa inch, accord -
mm to special condltloaa (onrnliif the
- "Fire Sale" and Bankrupt Sals' adver
teamen ts ibc Inch ftrat. Ineertloa; addl
JoaaJ tnaertioaa same matter lee Inch.
Now Items and well written articles
ar atent. witn interest to local readers,
win ba gladly accepted. Rejected rnann
sertpta aever returned unless aocompea
lea by itiBM to prepay poataaa. .
CITY OFFICIAL NEWSPAPER.
Aug. 31 In American History.
18TO-Coeral John B. Hood. Confd-
erato leader died; born JS31
1886 Earthquake over a wide area
ot the country east of the Missis
sippi rlTer. It caused $3,000,000
property loss In Chariest own. 8. C
Sixty -one Urea were lost.
1910 Former PreeWeotJloosevelt pro
claimed tbe new nationalism.
Bronze atatne of Tbouuis U Kced
was unveiled In Portland. Ma.
(From noon today to noon tomorrow.!
Sun art HJ31X risen 6 23: uniu seta
1022 p. m : noon today, sun directly
south, aa only on April 15. June 17 and
Dec. 24; midnight. 243 daya pf tbe
year tone, 122 to follow.
WOMEN IN THE POLITICAL GAME.
The lady mayor of Hnnneweli, Kan
sas, denies that she said that politics
Is no game for women. She la In the
came, and proposes to stay and fight
It out We must admire her pluckj
. Succeaa should be her portion.
Hunnewell'a executive haa plenty of
historical precedent for her resolu
tion. Aspaaia was something of a
political factor In her day. Tneodora
played some strenuona politics. Lo
cretla Borgia, earned whatever of fame
attaches to her name by devioua and
devllsh political methods. Good ofd
Queen Bess was also something of
politician In her day and federation.
In addition to women who hare
been politicians there have been those
of the other Sex who throngh kings
hare ruled a kingdom, notably La
Vaillere, de Montespan, de Maintenon,
Du Barry and Nell Gwynn.
' Our own Immortal Jackson was not
above being susceptible to female In
fluence in shaping the policies of his
The lady executive of Hunnewell
need not at all feel lonely when she
turna to the pages of history. And
think of the number of her sisters
throughout the country who woull
only too 'gladly avail themselves of
the opportunity that is hers.
TaTt haa a will," aays an exchange.
And no one realizes the fact more
When Hoke Smith, undertakes to
provide Jobs for his 411 nameaakes he
will start something with a vengeance.
"Gentlemen's agreements" are made
without any expectation of a Con
. ' woe
Atwood Is king of the air.
A 'Los Angeles man twice vainly
tried with rope and pistol to end his
life. If be has not changed ha mind
be might go out rowing with a boat-rocker.
Suffrage Not Usurping Man's i
By Mrs. JOHN 5.
I SEE NO SIGN THAT SUFFRAGE It USURPING MAN'S RIGHTS
OR TRYING TO PUT HIM IN THE BACKGROUND OF SOCIETY.
In fact, women tre ftr from that capability which would
WARRANT the reins of government or Uie' rulerahip of
human society to b placed in their hand. I TERSONALLY should
not care to lire in s country ruled ly a WOMAN PRESIDENT.
Woman today ia QUEEN of the home; man is KINO outside
the home. Each should attend to IIIS andHER own business.
, No man need cry ont in COMPLAINT of the suffrage rnovo--tasttt
It it not IIUBTINO him S bit I do wishr, though, for the
taka of foftVaf, that some of. its leaders in their public apeechef
wonld use little more TACT and DIPIaOMACT. Calling men
CJMtm sad scoundrels hardly ' endears ui to them and not only
J?SE3 tSM wane, but brings RIDICULE and CONTEMPT
Senate aaluatlon: "Good morning,
8enator. Have you been Investigated
Matteawan, Aug. 30. Harry Thaw
la her still, but not very stUL
What have .brides don that they
should alwaya b "given away by her
father In marriage."
OATS PRICE ADVANCES
Barley la down fl a ton an'.l
oata market has advanced 60.
Just contrary to the course that has
governed the two coarse gratu mar
kets heretofore ia the present action
of the oata and barley trade. Owing
to the cutting of quotations In the
East, brewing barley is quoted down
to $31 a ton in the country, aa com
pared with recent aalea at SSS
Growers on the other hftnd are ask
ing from SSS to $35 a ton to: small
remaining holdings ot brewing barley
and this difference in opinion between
buyers and sellers has resulted In
stagnation ot trade.
With barley going down, the plce
of oata has started upward, and tbe
btda range aa high aa $17 a ton. Some
are not bidding above t".t but even
thia la 50c above what the same lu-
teresta were offering a ahort-tlme ago.
China and' Japan are atlll moderate
buyers ot flour and the price la being
safely maintained at $3.60 per barrel.
HIDES (Buying Green hides, 6c
to 6c; salters, 5V4c to 64 c; dry hides.
13c to 14c. Sheep pelts, I5c to 75c
DRIED FRUITS IxcaJ prices are
Arm at from 8o to 10c on applea and
prune, peaches are lc.
SALT Selling 50c to 90c lor fine'
50 -lh. aack. half ground 40c 75 tor
100 lb. sacka.
Portland Vegetable Markets.
SACK VEGETABLES Carrots,
$1.2561150 per aack; parsnips, $1.25
tf$160; turnips, $1.25f1.60; beets,
VEGETABLES Asparajrus, SOcO
$1.75 per crate; cabbage, new, $ per
hundredweight; cauliflower. $l.a0
$1.75 per doxen; celery, California, 75c
(i JOo per dozen; encumbers, $1,500
$2.25 per dosen; eggplant. 15c per lb.;
garlic, loc 12c per pound; lettuce.
50c per dozen; hothouse lettuce, $1.59
0)2 per box; pess. Sceile per
pound; peppers, 30c 35c per pound;
radishes, 15c per dozen; rhubarb, l4c
ft So per pound; sprouts. c; tomatoes,
ONIONS Jobbing prions; Oregon
$2.75 per 100: Australian. $3.50 per
100; Texaa, $2.25 per crate: Califor
nia, $2 per crate.
Oregon City Stock Quotations.
HOGS Hogs are quoted He lower.
From 125 lbs. to 150 lbs. 9 He, from
150 lbs. to 200 lbs. 84c.
BACON, LAKD and HAM. are firm
VEAL. CALVES Veal calves ortng
from 8a to loc according to grade.
BEEF STEERS Beet wteera for
the local mar rets are fetching (Vic to
6Ve llv a-eignt.
SHEEP ars nrm at e to So lite
Quotations rrjr Oregon City.
POTATOES Beat, Buying Its cents
FI-OUR AND FEED Flour is
steady, selling from $5 to $5 50; very
little of cheaper grades.
OATS (Buyng) Gray. $23 to $24,
white, from $25 to $26.
BTTTT3R (Buying Ordinary
country brings from 15c to 20c,
fancy dairy from 2 Or to 22c, cream
ery 22c to 25c
EGGS Best grade 25 cents.
POULTRY (Buying Firm with lit
tie good stock offered. Good hens are
bringing 12c. Old roosters are In poor
demand, broilers bring from 16c to 18c,
with good demand.
WOOL (Buying! rVool prices are
ranging from 14 to 17 cents.
FEED Shorts $29 to $30; roiled
barley, $31.50, to $32.60; process bar
ley, $33.00; whole corn, $39.00;
cracked corn, $4000; wheat $32.00
to $33: oil meal. $53; Shady' Brook
dairy feed, $1.25 per hundred pounds.
HAT (Buying.) Timothy $16 to
$17; clover $9 to $10; oat hay, best,
$12: mixed. $10 to $12: alfalfa, $12 to
Keeps One Guessing.
"Any one can see right through a
"I should say so. Tbe average man
la transparent aa a pier of glass."
"But with woman It Is different"
"Yea. quite different Why. In these
days of the perfection of art It takes
a mighty good man to be able to
see even through her complexion."
"Tbe way be abused tbe office boy
waa a perfect shame. What la the
matter with biro thia morning?"
"His wife t-rossed blm before be left
home, his daughter told blm where be
got off. uud after t-omlng down tbe
stenopraplier sal dwu ou hltn. He
had to get Imm-Ic it! some one."
Six Candidates In Grand Voting Contest Who
. Are Striving Their Utmost To Win
MISS EVA KENT,
(First District Leader.)
MISS TILLIE MTERS,
(Third In District No.
"JOY STREET" TO BE
STATE FAIR FEATURE
Salem. Or, f SnedalVThe 1st
Btrect" at the Or go Stat Fair will
be eccnpled from September 11 'to
September 16 by tk aggrcgatlen of
mlrth-proveklng 'skews under the
Parker management. Included la the
roster ef the organization are th
"Bells," the -Jungle and the Whiri-
wiad Kuitian Dancers, wbo nave
set th Northwest talking ef their
grace, endurance and art Th 4an
ar In aatrvs costnrn and met
long from th domain ef th Cxxr,
and all of them have apeearcd at th
Moscow court productions, it re
quired th special permission el the
Caar before they were allowed1 t
visit the United States for th en
gagement which Include th week at
th Oregon State Fair from EsptsnS-
bar 11 to September 16.
Bob Burdatto's Aside.
When Bob Burdette was addressing
the graduating class of a l rue euxtern
college for women, be benn bis re
am rk with tbe usual 'salutation.
"Young ladies of D7." Then In a nor
rifled aside be added. "Thnr an aw
ffl age for a girl!" I.lpplnrotr's.
J RACK and beauty. Ufa and motion.
6eo t!ie nutonioo.lt- run
And the fellow mho u- fieerina
Doean'l have a tlnnit but fun.
Hall and thunder! Klia and brimstone!
And some other words the cop
Has forbidden, but come handy.
Bo the automobile stop!
When It's running It Is' running
Tbers la no discount on that.
When It's standing It Is standing.
You can Let your Sunday hat.
All tha coax Ins and abusing
And the turning little screens
Cannot cat th thins In action
When It feels It must refuse.
It mar run along all summer.
Never hlnilns at a balk.
As the owner keeps on brassing
That ho doesn't have to walk.
All at one and wit holt warning
In a road that's deep with sand.
Far from home and tho repair shop.
It concludes that It will stand.
When ths car Is smoothly spinning
And the road uhead Is straight
Then the Joy of auto riding
May be oken of ss great.
But It's no Meal pleasure.
No compll-r of a smile.
When the engine mkes a notion
It will stand round for swhlls
"What ahall I do. doctorr
"Reduce your Income."
"That la what 1 advise." -"But
"Then you won't have so many
friends to belp you wreck your health."
"In your eiperienc what do you
Sod that men Ilk to talk about V
Th Real Chatter. .'
In books tho langusg be had learned;
Bui couldn't get tha hang
Of talking with lbs eommun folk a
Tbe books wars shy on slang.
. From Ona Who Knows.
"What Constitute uapplueaa V
"JIuujr thing. '
"As for fUHiuucer
"liarlng utouey euoMgb to
four bill."' , ;.
( " Rest Foe Him.
"Taken your va-ntiou yet?
"1 am ou II now."
"But you serin to lie working."
"Yen. bm my wife la away."
"1 always like to piny Ibe fool."
"I siiutudn't think you'd nerd to play
:e i I W'l J
I ' . V I T ""ansH-iSaiif a J
MISS HELEN SMITH.
MISS BLODWEN THOMAS,
(Beaver Creek Candidate.)
FINAL TRIBUTE PAID
ii I ACCIDENT VICTIM
The funeral services over the re
mains of John Hi Ftnucane, only child
of Mr. end Mrs. John F. Ftnucane.
who died from Injuries received by
falling from an Oregon City electric
car on Sunday evening in the north
ern part of the city, ""ere conducted
at the SU John's Catholin church Wed
nesday morning. Rev. Father A. Hllle
brand officiating, and the interment
was in the Catholic cemetery. The
church waa filled with friends of the
young men and family, and many
were unable to gain entrance. Mr.
Flnucane waa a member of the choir
of thia church and the members rend
ered snAlat muali Tha floral iH.
butea were beautiful and were In pro
fusion. The active pallbearers wer
Chris Michaels, of Lebanon; William
McGulre, of Portland; Mr. Montgom
ery, of Oregon City; Raymond Wad
dock, of Lebanon; Peter Rotter. Benl
diet Rotter, of this city; honorary pall
bearers, F. F. Sullivan, Chris Michaels,
Alphonse Rotter, Lloyd Smith, John
Busch, Dan McMann, William Stroh
meyer. Heart to Heart
By EDWIN A. NYE,
FAY AS YOU CO
The credit system In some respects
Is a boon, bat It tins mined many a
Credit makes It easier to buy than
when you luire to p:ir kx chhIi.
But settlement day comes.
You must pay .for everything you
get In this life everything. You pny
down or you pay luir n. - But you
Tbe easiest and best way to get
things is to pay as you gn. is- use in
some way or another you rant settle
"See that man." you suy. "He has
atucBa and bonds and buildings How
I envy hlmT' But thm muu has paid
for everything he possesses; maybe In
sleepless nights. In sweat of brain. In
lost peace of mind he bna paid In full,
or must pny.
It la tbe In w of price.
' That spender of the Great White
Way who revels In luxurious delights
and unlawful pleasures? lit pays. H
pay tbe price of bis uinnliood
' Tbe Inxy loafer, the drunkard, tbe
gourmand: they pay. and pay heavily
And whoever tries to cheat nature
paya. If It Is by overwork or excesses
he paya. If he does not pay cavb In
band be pays a fearful rate of Interest
on the principal. And pay day comes.
Tbe'greatest fallacy ever held by tbe
human mind Is that yon can get some
thing for nothing.
Tound for pound, ounce for ounce, to
th last driblet yon (my.
Therefore It la best, if you can. to
pay aa you go. If yon make a failure
bo glad tbat yon got out even and try
Is there not some compensation In
this law of pries ? Why should a man
ask for more than Is coming to blm?
.Why shonld be xoect to hnv and not
tay? And I It not worth while to get
by earning? ,
f yon work for what yon get and gel
what yon work for yow are as good as
any man who works snd gets
Pay aa yon go.
If you wsnt leisure work for It If
yon wnt pleasure par for It If yon
want money grub for It.
If yen want th esteem and respect
and gratitude ef your fellows work for
It ray the ptire.
MISS ETHEL CIjOSNKR.
(Second In Dlstrlt-t No. :.)
MISS FAY BATDORF.
(West Oregon City Favorite.)
E OF KITTY"
PLEASES BIG CROWDS
There is certainly not very strong
nourishment In "The Marriage of
Kltty, which is Max Flgmsns offer
ing for the week at the Hellg, in
Portland. , One might call it a lemon-ade-and-wafer
sort of play. This It
not said' In disparagement, for are
there not times when lemonade and
wafers are the special combination we
crave It a hot night In August Is
not one of these, then, no longer has
that simple and blameless drink a
reason for being.
It waa not such a hard condition,
after all, that compelled the susceptl-
- 1 ble Slr-Heglnald
HoIhI to marry
any one not a brunette or a native
of Peru before the 15th of Septem
ber," In order to Inherit ' his late
uncle's enormous fortune. The de
ceased .relative had long been aware
of Ma nephew's devotion to one hand
some Madame de Semlano, who was a
native of the South American repub
lic, also a dashing brunette. It was
an Interesting co-lncldenre that
brought Katherlne Silverton to I-on-don
about this time In search of some
thing to do. All the professional kiv
nihilities were presented to her only
to be turned down, until her godfath
er. Sir Reginald's solicitor, proposed
that she marry Sir Heertiald, thus
helping him around the trying clause
of his uncle's will, and at the same
time doing very well for herself.
It was all arranged that the newly,
wedded pair should he separated Im
mediately, Sir Reginald to go abroad
with his Peruvian charmer, and Lady
Kitty to stay demurely at home until
a proper time ha. arrived for suInK
for a divorce. It was very easy for
the resourceful Kitty to make herself
a fright. In order to sallHfv the leainus
adventuress who had to sgree to the
scheme; but it waa a very different
matter when a year later, tired of
roaming about with his charmer. Sir
Reginald returned to his - deserted
wife, only to find her fascinating and
lovely. Of course, he succumbed Just
aa any other man with an apprecia
tion of feminine charm would have
done. Just how the alluring Kitty
managed It makes the play.
The "Marriage of Kitty" Is a play
that demands that the players shall
act on their tiptoes, it's the manner,
rather than the matter, that counts
iviuy is nearly, ir not quite, tha wloIo
i-onia KooertBon knows very
well how the role should be played
even ir she does not alwavg realize
her conception. If she does not al
ways play the part on her tiptoes
there are certainly many moments
when her heels are well off the floor
She haa beauty and daintiness and
charm, more than enough to capture
such a man as Sir Reglnsld.
Flgman. of course, is quite equal to
all the demands of the role of Sir
Reginald It is a typical Flgman part.
All the farcical qualities of the char
acter he takes advantage of and gives
altogether a vry amusing perform
ance. Jane Urban Is excellent as Madame
de Semlano. she looks the part and
ah acta It up to th level of the other
LK' C ' Yu,e (,0f', vry well
with the amall nart nf ji.. t..
the sr.ll.l..,, '
Setting Him Right. ,
There waa a rather prt waltrWln
a cheap boarding bouse
Maml. a bosrder protested to her
"thl roast beef g overdone --No.
It ain't, .or.- she replied, -if.
o over. If. ,b. ..,; '
" f.'-UA.Ww Time.
Irish Art Needlework
nnd embroidery as 11 i A .
ome part, of
Ufactorll, ..muted by f j
Irish art needlework Is of 11,. . .
pari son with
y Produce,! r.smpe
D. C. LATOUIt-TTTl Prwaideal
THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK
of OREGON CXl OREGON
' CAPITAL, 16000.00.
Transact S aearel Sanklnf Sualn, Open trwi, A, f. U ,
. . - r..i.-ri;:-rsjrT.a,' .st.jsrjrc;
Trimmed With Heavy
AnWUts are th very last mod In
iw..lrv. Mom of the anklet ar In
' . .. i.t I wa
me eimi-v .- f. til la lamia, asr at ........ "
art with lirlllluiit Jewels.
While the primes style In iMithlng
suits W sat til to be seen, all llif newest
cost limes this aeasou hsve Inlts ilk
the frock, and many have hl.li waist
d c(Ih Is. ,
111 the utility and auto foals both
pciiHuut and rnk'lnu sleeve nr eu.
purtli ulurly the former
Colored slrti'cd mulliis ar now
considered mrt. the red and whit
lieppertulut" stripe being a fevorlt.
What Ht Missed.
Emdee Thnt Inxi ruse has made tn
miss the big dinner this evening to ths
distinguished Ir. Jay. It's too let
now. His. Wife Never mind, dean
tbe speeches will be published. Km
dee Yes. bul th dlunvr wou'W-Ilo
Read the Morning fnterprfi e.
Wants, For Sale, Etc
N?8"" ' Usee alaasine heaatngs
will be Inwinl at one cnt a m rtra
Insertion, half a cent artititlcstal Inaar
linns, in. Inch ear. II per month half
Inch rar. 14 unea n per m.mth
Cash must aooufapaay srer unless an
hsa an open account with the paper N.
flaanelal reaponslbllltr for errors; whan
errors nriur free eorrcte sntloe will w
prlnla for patron Minimum enaras lis
W ANTED-Collcctors to see my col
lection of all aorta of curios, an
tiques, and Indian trinket; atamps
for stamp collectors; coins for
numismatists, arrow heada for arch
eologlsts, etc. I buy and sell all
sort of curios; also alt kinds of
secondhand furniture and toola
eorge Young, Main, near Fifth
W.tVJr mmM a'",rt'eninlB for
thia eoPtmn. Price. ry r
Rad th Morning ffnterpria.
WANTEI-YounB ladv rlari. r.
. era drygood. , .tor. ,a 0r,,;n"
"1 -eJL ,'.d Prle''- Address
-- ""ioiijiibo onic. 2t
WANTEI You to inn. r,... .v. -
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Mxt printing 1 r
oin Mill un jk
montna ot,t a..
'-uny, or. Reward.
8 A IIC fl nira ff. .
811 th.t mm ama
- - - piow or b
use it since
your new on.
barn. .nZT: "'a. roora " and
inquire o a
rOK 8ALK IJrh, J -
"or., and B-"V.
for rentZt-." ' . i 1
hort t.rm.- "D" .'-
garden In ..j . '" Bona,
?,.:rnlni.Bnd barn. Inaulr. a
"anes. qiadstonr Or. '
' STalVsCt i" !"'"- "--John.
Ta. ?ef ""I S?'
nd I will t? r nd "T4'
Monsy represents human power. It
Is of vital Important' to you whether
Its force Is exerted for or agalnat you,
Munry saved I your friend, ready to
lu-lp yon when you need help most
The Bank of Oregon City
OLDEST BANK Ilf THE C0UMTT
FARM LOANS-niulck a
lAWyra, OrgoB City, Or
O. D. TOY, AUoraayl ta. w
lond. abetraot nirntases-
oral law bust nee Over sT.
Or ago City.
ITRBN A HCIH'IClltCL, Attorsme
Law, neutaefcar AdvokaL wffl
tic la all sourta, iak eaJZ
aad sttlmats. O fries la laiZ
prls Bldg Oregoa City. OttJaT
UILDIR AND COTaTcTflsT'
HARKY JONBS Bulldr aal "tusiI
CsaBtreetor. Batlmat titiiipe I
given on all class of Maa I
work, eoncret walkt as rwibraa i
eoncrt. Re. rb s Mala 111. I
K. II. COOP Bit, For rir nmnm
and. Real Fatal La
your aropertles bay, tat a
irhang,. Offlc la ssjiwyrsj
Mldg., Orgon aty. Oraoa
MISS K. MARION WEUil, of Net
York, teacher of the rlaiM. 01
telephone Slain SI S3. ,
A Straight Blucstra
Sample Sack Fre.
Sol Agent for
Korrect Poultry Food.
11TH AND MAIN STU
CARRIER SERVICE AT
Beginning the morning of far
urday. August 2C. all tubserls
ers for th Morning Kntsrprlst
living la and about Willamette t
will receive their papers by ear-
rler Inatead of by mall. Merrm
Wilson will b th carrier
will act aa agent at WllUmetta
REMKMUER. SATURDAY, At
26 th new Carrier Service urti
BE WORLDS GREATEST SE WIKG IkATl
Ifywo want elthera Vthratlnf ?"E'
, HbuUhforaHlnslaThma.1 Kf,w
Hewing Marhlns write m
TNI IIW I0MI IIWIHI KCMI .W"
Masr lewlae si ach I km r. m.d. to U "VZ
Suali.y, but the HOW - -
Out .uarsstr ser rusi est.
eld r eelfcaHaed dealer '
SO SALS v
W. L. MARSHALL,
150 Morrison St partial
For tha arrest and convlcuw
of any person or persons. "
unlawfully remove cople of i
Morning BnUrprlse frm Z
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