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MORNIKO TCNTKRPRI8R. SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 3, 1911.
At the Portland
Last Car. Leaves Por Oregon City at Midnight
the MORNING ENTERPRISE is now
Read in 1000 Homes Daily
That 800 of these subscriptions are paid in advance is due largely to the
response of the public during the GRAND VOTING CONTEST.
We are proud of our circulation and believe it is
WORTH BOASTING ABOUT
Established 45 years ago and always the popular news medium
of the Clackamas County Citizen.
The OREGON CITY ENTERPRISE, weekly
edition is still Read in over 1500 Homes
Hundreds of these subscriptions being paid five to ten years in advance.
A jf Ait will find the daily and weekly Enterprise
iClV&tlS&rS the best medium for reaching the Clacka
mas County buyers.
AMONG THE CHURCHES
First Baptist Corner Main and Ninth
streets. Rev. 8. A. Hayworth, pas
tor. Preaching at 11 a. m. and 7:45
p. m. Sunday school at 10 o'clock
Young People's meeting at
6 p. m. Labor Day service will be
' held in the evening. The pastor will
preach on "the Right of Labor:
All worklngmen are Invited.
Cathotie Cor. -v"aier ana Tenth 8U
Rer. A. Ulllebrand pastor, res. til
Water; Low Mass I t. m. with ser
mon; High Maas 10:30 a, m.; af
ternoon service at 4; Mass every
morning at S.
First Congregational Church. Mora
ine service at 10:30 o'clock. Eve
ning service at 7:45 o'clock. Rev.
George Adams, of Illinois, will
preach morning and evening.
Christ Iv. Liitmnn Cor. Eighth and J.
Q A il.rna atmeta, R.T. P. Schmidt
oastor. rea. 104 J. O Adams: 8. 8
I 16 a. m. ; preaching atmoone of flrat
anil third Rundara at 1:10 to English.
' otliar 8uaday aarvkwa mornings at 14:2
with preaching- in Garmaa.
Flra Church of Christ, Scientist-
Ninth and Center streets. Morning
service at 11 o'clock, subject.
"Man." Wednesday evening meet
. Ing at t o'clock. Reading room
open every afternoon except Sun
day from 2 to 4 o clock.
Carman Evangelical Cor. Eighth and
Madison treata, K. T. Wlaveatck paa
tor, rea. TIS Madison; 8. 8. 14 a m.,
. Harm an AVhrader. Monroa atreat. supC:
morning aervle II. rot-rig people at 7
p. m andpreaahlng at f p ra. Proer
anaetlng Wednesday at T.'IO p. m.
Gladstone Christian Rev. A. li. Mul
key, pastor, res. Gladstone. Sun
day school 10 a. m , N. C. Hendricks,
optertatendent. Morning service,
11 aclock. Brotherhood servlcea at
.,' 7:41. .
" tain View Ul (Co 8.
Bible Study every Thursday after
noon. E. C. Dye 'will preach In the
evening on "The Apostle Paul." A
free will offering will be received
for a special purpose.
Methodist Main street cor. Seventh.
Rer. H. P. Zimmerman pastor, res.
cor. Sixth and Washington; 8. 8
9:45 a. m., C. A. Williams, Qlad
stone, supt.: Junior League S p. m.
Morning service. Fourth - Quarterly
Communion. Evening subject,
"The Lrst Night, or the Unexpect
ed Call of Death." Friday evening,
September 8, Fourth Quarterly Con
ference, Superintendent Moore pre
siding. Presbyterian Seventh street cor. Jef
ferson. Rev. J. R. Landsborough,
pastor. Res. 710 Jefferson; 8. 8. 10
a. m., Mrs. W. C. Green, supt; morn
ing service 11 a. in. Union
meeting in Seventh street park in
evening at 7 o'clock, in charge of
the Presbyterian church; T. P. 8.
C. E., 7 o'clock, leader. Topic,
"Lessons from Great Lives." Lea
der Joseph Alldredge. Half hour of
sacred song will proceed the evening'
rnnon. Morning subject, "The
Father Glorified. Evening sub
ject, "The World's Workmen
ParkDleee canoe tmauntl Rev. J. L.
Jonas, pastor, ros. Clackamas: H. m. 18
a. m.. Kmtry French supt. ; preaching
aai loa each Sunday, aJtarnatlnf ba
twsen It L m. and 7:14 p. m Chrta
tlan Endeavor Tbureday evening 7:14
8t Pawl's Rev. C. W. Robinson, rec
tor. Dally services: Morning pray
er. 7 a. m.; Holy Eucharist, 7:30 a.
m.; evening prayer, 7:30 p. m. Sun
day services: Holy Eucharist S a.
m.; morning prayer, 10:30 a. m.;
Holy Eucharist and sermon, 11 a.
m.; evening prayer and sermon,
7:30 p. m.; S. 8., 13 fh-; Thursday
evenings, sermon at 7:30 o'clock.
United Srathran Tor. vfflghtn and Taylor.
taw Ia r. Clark eaetnr. re. Portland:
S. .8. 14 a. at. Wank Parher, MapU
Lane,.aupt.; morning service 11. T. P.
8. C. E. 4 p. m., evening aervlca T.
Wlllamatts M. E. No regular preaching
service. 8. 8. I p. m., Mrs. Raama
Zion Lutheran Corner Jefferson and
Eighth streets, Rev. W. R, Kraxber
ger, pastor, residence 720 Jefferson.
Sunday school 9:30 a. m.. Rev.
Kraxberger, superintendent. Morn
ing service 10:30. Evening 7:45
Luther League 7 p. m.
West Oregon City School House J. O
Staats will preach at 3 o'clock. Sun
day school conducted after sermon.
And Spreads Rapidly.
"I've given np telling my wife any
"So have I mine. It simply goes In
at one ear and out at the other,"
"That isn't the trouble with my wife.
It goes In at one ear and comes out
at her month." Boston Transcript
"There Is nothing slow about ma."
"Not mncb. I alwsys make my get
away all right"
'Don't yon think yon might add to
your popularity by making it a stay
Origin of High Haalad Shoe.
Mm. Pompadour wss a very small
woman, but to make b cruel f look tall
she built her hair np high and wore the
flrat pair of high heeled shoes ever
mnde. The high heels that were In
tented for her have been sccflsed of
many crimes to the foot bnt physicians
now seem agreed that "broken arches"
may be prod need by any sudden shock.
such as Jumping from a car. Children
who Jump tbe rope a great deal some
time hav this disease of the foot.
Children are travelers newly
arrived in a strange country; we
should therefore male conscience
not to mislead them. Locke.
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M ft - -.- l '."'
Scene from Henry Miller in "The Havoc" at Heilig Theatre
Famous actor will present his latest play success. "The avoc,". at The llelllg Theatre for three Blhu,b
ginning Monday. September 4, with a special price tuatlne Weduosday.
Henry Miller. America's foremost
actor-manager, will appear In Port
land for the first time In eight years
tomorrow night at the Helllg Theatre, !
when he will begin a three days' en-
gagement in H. S. Sheldon's powerful
play, "The Havoc," which acored a !
tremendoua success in New York last
season and-fnwhich-Mr."-MHIer- ts-f
winning overwhelming triumphs on j
tour this year. The appearance of the I
distinguished actor next week will
mark the opening of the new season i
of 1911-13 at the Helllg Theatre and
will prove one of the most notable
dramatlo events of tbe fall and win
ter months. Mr. Miller's visits to
Portland were annual appearances
prior to 1903, but his increasing actlv-
llght,'' says Edwin Milton Hoyle,
th theatre. "'The Havoc Is a de
ity as a producer of big plays has
kept Mm away from tnat city slue
his farewell lour ln."l)'Arry of th
CunnW. Two rs sxo he was
hooked here In hla famous success,
"The Or wit IHvlila." but the hook-
ing whs eaui'ellml to parniU hi.
present the William Vaughn Moody
play In Ixndon. Portland theater
gtters, however, still recall hla great
acting In "The Only Way," "Hearts
ease,'. and other overwhelming suc
cesses which stand to hla credit as an
actor and aa a producer. .
The opinions of famous newspaper
critics are backed up by tributes from !
experts In every other department of
author of "The Squaw VI n,"
Henry Miller's own dallrals, iubu
Illuminating and compelling prtan
snce li i proof that ths art of
Ing Is not dead."
Mr' Miller will ba iuhuhU
Portland by the Identical east tag 1
appeared with him during th ytsfj
tttjou Theatre la- itjr
York. Down to tbe least Imports!
character In the play abaolsta)
every role Is played by ths actor vt
Treated ths part on th first ilk
in New York. The actormaBis
ment's engagement at ths Hsitlf k
limited to three nlxhts, beflsitai
September 4. and Including a
matinee on Wednesday aftarnoos.
9r VACAA H. JHITM
! J) ID you ver noth-e that when a muu
j aays he is lired uf finis It In si
: ways tbe othvr fellow's fmls be hss In
A beauty contest trill wreck a town
an thoroughly aa s cyclone.
j What is everybody's business is no
body's business, but there are always
, plenty or eopl to uniiU it.
W ilk 'to see the other ninn get
what is coming to blra. but our own
trouble ar alwsys undeserved.
It is noticeable that the mnrrled
man who talks most nlxul Hie bless
eduess of bis Isn.lielor d;iys marries
soonest after his wife's death.
What Is tbe use of striking for short
er hours when your wife nlwnr Ims
tbe luwn mower or the lmlv cnli wait
ing for you when you K't home
Let not the son go dowu tn-fore your
wrath. He will be IiIk euuugU towal-
; lop you aoiue day.
It Is an optimistic young couple who
hope to furnish a home by the clgnr
I band and soup wrapper method
va you ever hen of a mnn who
bad stolen a hundred thousand or so
feeling moved to contribute to the con
"Is be a man of
"Wbst does he
Letting Him Knew.
"Tell me, pretty maiden, are there
any more at home like you V
"les sir, there are wveraL"
"That Interests me all right"
' "Too needn't come round. They all
have more sense than I have."
"I bave a little hen tbat lays two
eggs every day."
"Every day In the yearr
"Ton ought to leara to count"
7th and Taylor Streets.
'Phone Main 1 and A-HSt
3 NIOIITS beginning MONDAY, 8EPTEMIIKK i.
Mpeclal Price Matinee Wednesday.
The Kamoua Actor .
Supported by an Excellent Company.
In The Play Success
A Splendid Production.
Evsnlnos: $2. i.5o, 1, 75. 60c, 35. 25 cents.
Wadnsidsy Matin: f,l.M, i, 75, M, 35, 25 cents. ,
8EAT8 GO ON SALE FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 1.
, . AT HEILIQ THEATRE.
Special prlc Matinees Wsorisdsy and Saturday.
First Musical Comsdy Hit of,8ason.
6 NIGHTS beginning FRIDAY. SEPTEMBER 8.
MtRT H. SINGER PRESENTS
Miss Nobody from Stafland''
Splendid Company Magnlflcsnt Production.
Stunning Costumes Pretty Glris Catchy Musis.
Evenings $1.50, 1. 75. 50, 35, 25 cents.
Wdneday and Saturday Matin: 1, 75, M( r, 25 ents.
SEATS GO ON SALE WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 8.
GRANGE GIVES PICNIC.
Members of Abernathy Grange, of
Parkpace, spent Thursday at the
Oakes, the ladlee having prepared
well-filled baskets for the occasion
and tbe day passed merrily. Those
enjoying- the day's outing were Mr.
and Mrs o. L. Clyde, Mrs. Jenne
Ilutts, Mrs. Theodore Brown, Mrs.
LaDaux, Mrs. Etters, Mrs Fred Hun
ter, Mrs. E. Rivers. Mrs. Purdy, Mrs
Frank Bernler, Miss Ethel Butts,
Charles Drown, Mrs. Charles Jobs
Mra. M. Rivera, Mrs. James KH
Mr. B. P.. Carter, Misses Alvsrs Hh
ler. Wava Johnson, Agaths K".
Maxclne Johnson, Gussle Rivers, N
man Johnson, Harold Dernier. Cs
Green and Lessley LaDaux.
Patn.nlx our advertisers.
A little nonsenie now ami theu
Is rellshrd by the b-t of ment
Hut don't to the Idea clutch
That they will relish very much.
For man la fsr too d. unified
To throw th throttlo open wide
And take ae he might take the air
Straight nonaenee for his dally fari
j H wants It aa a llttlee.lc,
A fresh confnrtl'.n kept on lc
And then It will not t,e declined
It h ha nothing on his mind.
But when he feels tha welaht and care
Of buslneei In the very nlr
' wnt thi. Tneet, choicest brand
Of common aensa you hav on hand.
Man takes himself, ns you may note
As eerlous as soma wise goat.
And It will almost make hlm'choke
In business hour to scent a joke.
When In th. stern and solemn cha..
J-or dollars he must hold hla face
As rigid aa a pleca of steel
Or b might mls some two cent deal
80 when you And that you are broke
Do not approach him with a Joke.
B dlgnlrtod and rool a time
And you may touch him for a dim.
Extending tha Hope.
"I Just losned him $50."
"What security did he give your
"Hla note for thirty dnyg."1'
"Why didn't he make it slxtyr
"He wanted to make It thirty"
"The only difference would be that
you would bave hd ,..11, ..
In which you might think something
.aj w via.
, Getting RtH
Mr Wtf hnsn'f
three day 'va ro m "
"What I the matterr
"Say, if you can just get her to ka.n
that up for a w.w "
any vacation this year"
Why Waste Yotif Hard Earned Cash
in Cheap, Poor and .Low
Is not your money more secure when you take no chances ana
are sure to get It back without a quibble or an evasion? StM
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asset, one million; ATLAS ASSURANCE COMPANY, assets nearly
three millions; NIAGARA FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY,
over six millions; SCOTTISH UNION AND NATIONAL INSU
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PANIES WITH A RECO RD TO BE PROUD OP. THEY AVOIDED
NO OBLIGATIONS AT SAN FRANCISCO, and helped rebuild
town. ARE BACKED BY NATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF CREDIT
I also offer NORTHWESTERN MUTUAL LIFE INSURANCE"
COMPANY OF MILWAUKEE, assets, nearly 277 millions.
TRAVELERS INSURANCE COMPANY, (ACCIDENT AND tlFE).
assets nearly 69 millions. ,
These are great companies. Can any agency "In Oregon CM
it? COME AND TALK TOME. I MAY BAVE YOU MONEY
ON PREMIUMS, AND ALSO CAN PRESERVE FOR YOU THl
F.RMN,Ts-JHe P0UCV' SPECIAL INDUCEMENTS TO
firms IF I ACT AS YOUR GENERAL INSURANCE AGENT.
E. C. DYE
th and Main St.. Qftgon City, On&
a SQUARE DEAL for all my CLIENTS.