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MORNING ENTERPRISE,' SUNDAY. SEPTEMBER 10, 1911.
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 CON 1 Lb 1 .
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Because we give you MORE LOCAL NEWS than others and we
give you all the news first.
.Li In Bai-lln ttraate. '
n,.for May 23. J2. uo atuoklng
waa allowed lu tbe atreeta or parka of
lierllu. eud offender were punished
by a fine for the Bret Infraction, of the
rule anil by liuprloutueut afterward
Tbe king of ITuaela In thoee due d
tested eiuoklng. and tha polM aud the
military wan war under atrlct ordere
to arreat auy ona who dared to auioke
In public. It la wwdfd tbai wbeo
Naiwlaon occupied Herlla a hundred
yoara ago the llerllnera eagerly took
advantage of tha 0ortunlty to amok
ud took a aiKHbil delight In luffl
.1- in ih ra of tha police, who
had then no wer to arrest them. In
XXl'2. however, the reainuoo w
Haw Wall Ha Laohad.
"Good morning. Mr Wuipklua.
Mild a auburban lady who ta very
ebortalghted. "Your husband uiuet ba
very fond of gardening. I aea blm tba
Drat thing every morning dowu at tha
bottom of Jhe garden. Aud bow wall
ba looke. to be eurer
Mra. Slmpklua alamuivd the door In
ber nelgbbor'e face. Tba latter went
to tell ber daughter.
"Aud you aald. mother, that tba tha
thing tn tha onion bed waa her hua
"Ab. well, that eiplalua tba mattert
What you took for Mr. Slmpklua la a
scarecrow "'-London Tit Kite.
"Doee your buaband turn hla aalary
ever to your
"Y" aha aadlT replied.
"Then why are you ao downhearted r
Oh. It docan't do any good. Ha often
makea a few dollar extra. which be
penda for bta own pleaaiiro without
lettlua-' me know about It." Chicago
Patronize our advertlaera.
7th and Taylor atreeta.
'Phonaa Main 1 and A-112Z'
6 NIGHTS beginning FRIDAY, Sept. B
8peclal Price Matlnaea
Saturday and Wednesday.
Mort H. Slngar praaanta
Tha First Mualcal Comedy of the
r,Mts5 Nobody from Starland"
With Ml., olive Vail
Tha Charming Prima Donna
Supported by a Splendid Catt
A Jf -Li will find the daily and weekly Enterprise
AaUVC-PtiSCrS. the best medium for reaching Clacka
mas County buyers.
- Magnificent Production
Evenlnga: Lowar Floor, $1.50,
Balcony $1, 75c, 60c. Gallery 35c
Both Matlneea: Lowar Floor, $1, 753.
Balcony 75c, 50c.. Gallary 350
At the Portland Theater;
LAST CAR LEAVES FOR OREGON CITY AT MlDHicj, I
Sccnrfrom ""Miss-Nobody- from - Slariand at- Hriltj; Tfcat i
The First Mn.teaV t'otnedy of tha eoaaon, "Miss - Nlxxljr - froa j-j
I - alii be the attraction at tha llelllg Tneatrer Seventh aa4 TvW
IX nignia, IIORllinillB rili Drininur Q, "KB (14 J
tunlay and W'edneaday. i
"MISS NOBODY FROM STARLAND."
Spectacular Muiical Comady Th"a
Week at tha Meiiig Tneair.
Ollte Valla title rola In Mort II.
Sinner s big mualral comedy, produc
tion, "Mlaa NolMMly from Btarland."
will he that of Mlaa Nobody. Ot me
rhortt. who ninkea Mple bellefe that
he really la aomebody when ehe la
off thi. Kliice and aay from tba Top
a Hhy Utile eucbantreaa
who hi all aorta of erhemee on foot
for her own axaraiidUetnent. 8be baa
beauty and a muntier that makea all
men fall ta love wl'ttf her to mfc
eateni that aha ueetf them u un
tine aianta to kid her In earrrtM
ber Utile plota. (everybody aiiua.
marry oer, ana, ou .n aii.biw Tone
aha anneiea aevaral "papai" m
"brotbera who do not dtecor th
entanglementa reaultlng thertrroao
til tha laat curtain (alia oa t mm
rffwiv irni mi ihm IImIII. TVmm i
't w htre-!!Mlaa-NulMly. lrm gUfltaf.
win ia Bean lor an aigaia, tunai
rrlday, gaptamber I, wltk ipwli )
price matlneea Saturday n& WrtMr
SEATS NOW 8ELLING FOR EN
COMING TO HEILIG THEATRE.
RICHARD CARLE IN "JUMPING
1 f. -h
Max Bloom, the Funny Comedian
who la featured wltb Boyle Woolfolk'a
well known mualcal comedy, Tfc
Sunny Side of nroadway rtkt
opena tha aeaaon at Ilakar Wtttn'i
Sunday, matinee, geptembar II. Ta '
weak wltb matinee Wednesday (Ba
gain Day) and Saturday.
etdl'e SHant Tangtta.
Oo of tba woat alrtkuig aawwai
told la Hermann Klein TlKf
Yeara of Mnak-al Ufa In UoaW
latea to Anton Seldl'a Drat trf
with Wagner tn the lll.rary at Wia
friwd. Seldl found the rooa art
and. Imagining nobody waa tkera, M
pulled oat hla letter of tntradKtkt
and began allantly reueerttef ta
apearb ba bad prepared, laiaalj
from out of tba gloomy comer fa)
ner appeareo. aim iw-kii wu m m
Wua that bo could not bring oat I a
tencw of bla epeerh. Thla p4
be bla aalvatlon. for Wagner, arw
Ing "If you can work a well aa y
can hold your tonitue yon win V
ngagad Mm on tbe.ioL
AMONG TflE CHURCHES
Flrat Baptlat Church Main and
Ninth atreeta; 8. A. Hayworth, paa
tor. Preaching by th paator at 11
a. m. and 7:45 p. tn. Morning topic,
"Faithful In Uttle. Faithful in
Much." Evening topic, "Chrlat the
Friend ot Sinful Men.;' Thla la the
flrat of a aeriea undoe the general
aubject of Christianlt a a Frlend
ahlp. The Sunday achool meeta at
10 a. m.f H. E. Croea, auperlnten
dent Cbriatlan Endeavor at 6:30
T. iu. A are welcome.
Cathofle tr. -eTater and Tenth Sta.
Rev. A. Hlllebrand paator. rea. 911
Water; Low Maaa t a. m., with aer
mon; High Maaa 10:30 a. m.; af
ternoon aervice at 4; Maaa every
morning at 8.
Flrat Congregational Church. Morn
ing aervice at 10:30 o'clock. Eve
nlng aervice at 7:45 o'clock. Dr.
George B. Paddock will preach
. morning and evening.
Flrat Church of Chrlat, Sciential
Ninth and Center atreeta. Morning
aervice at 11. Wedneaday evening
meeting at o'clock. Reading room
open every afternoon except Son
day from I to 4 o'clock.
0rmn Bvano."" Tor. Blhth and
Madlaon "' F. Wl.ve.lck p-
' tor. rra. 711 Mdlnoti; . B. ia a. m..
Hwmii Br.hr.dw. Monro, alreet, eupt.j
motflin aervk 11. ymmg pwplat 7
' p m. and pr.ahlng at f p. m. Prarv
mrln W1nUy at T: P. m.
Gladaton Chrlatlan Rev. A. U. Mul
key, paator. rea. Oladatona. Bun
day acbool 10 a, m., N. C. Hendrlcke,
anpterlntendeoL Morning aervice,
11 o'clock. Brotherhood eerricee at
Mountain View Union (Cong.) 8. B.
, p. m., Mra. J. H. Qulnn, aupt;
Bible Study every Thureday after
Methedlet Epleoopal Church ReV. E-
F. Zimmerman, paator. Sunday
achool at 9:45. Preaching by the
paator at 10:45. unlor League at
3 p. m. Big Epworth League rally
at 6:45. Popular evening aervice
at 7:45, aubject, "If Chrlat Should
Come to Oregon City."
Flrat Presbyterian Church Rev. J. R.
LanddborouRh, paator. Morning
worship at 11 o'clock, aubject, "The
8ecret of Prayer." Sabbath achool
at 10 o'clock, Mra. W. C. Green, au
perlntendent; T. P. S. C. E., at 7
o'clock. Evening worahlp at 7:45.
Subject, "The Qoapel'e Appeal." A
naif tour song aervice proceeding
Parkplae. conpr.0. Rv.
Jonea putor. rm. Clackamaa; 8. n. 44
a. m.. Emery Krich aupt.; prcarblnc
arnrlcea acb Bunday, aJt.rnallng b
Iftn 11 a. m. and 7:I p. m Ctirl.
tlan EndMvor Thuraday evanlnc I'-i
8t Paul'a Rev. C. W. Roblnaon, rec
tor. Daily aervicea: Morning pray
er, 1 a. m.; Holy Eucharist, 7:30 a.
m., evening prayer, 7:30 p. m. Sun
day aervicea: Holy Eucbarlat S a.
m.; morning prayer, 10:30 a. m. ;
Holy Eucharist and aermon, 11 a.
m.; evening prayer and eermnt),
7:30 p. m.; S. 8.. It m.; Thuraday
e7enlnga, aermon at 7:30 o'clock.
United BrtUrtn Cor. lHtn and Taylor,
Rt. L. F. Oarka oaator. rea. Portland;
B. 8. 1 a. Trank Pwrker, Mapl.
Lana, aupt.; moraine service 11. T. P.
B. C. X. ( p. m- evanlnc awvloe f.
Wlllamatte M. BVNo raaular prachlo
OTTlcea. 8. 8. I p. m.. Mra. Reams
Zion Lutheran Corner Jefferson and
Eighth atreeta, Rar. W. R- Kraiber
ger paator, residence 720 Jefferson.
Sunday achool 9:30 a. m., Rev.
Kraiberger, auperlntendent. Morn
ing aervice 10:30. Evening 7:45.
Lother League 7 p. m.
West Oregon City School Houee J. O.
SUata will preach at t o'clock. Sun
dayvachool conducted after aermon.
A. J. Harmon, of Dayton, Waah.,
haa purchased the Mllwaukle bakery.
Mr. Harmon la a practical baker of
aeveral yeara' experience and will use
every effort to keep the Mllwaukle
bakery up to tbe highest standard aet
by hla predecessor, and aecond to
none in the state for first-class goods.
He will make a specialty of all klnda
of paatrlea and quick lunch goods. We
bespeak for Mr. Harmon a liberal pat
ronage. Mra. Anna-Buhler, widow of the
late Rev. Buhler, of Chicago, 111., haa
been visiting frlenda In our city tbe
past two weeka.
Ralph Kissel, of Hood River, who
waa en route to Redland, Cel., a pent
a day at tha home of Mr. and Mra.
. C. EmmeL
it ii.m m Rnnri.v. the naator
of the Evangelical - chorch will con
tinue tbe discussion ot me auojeci,
"Impressions and how to test them."
Mr. and Mra. F. Boxell and eon, of
Tacoma, Waah., visited the flrat part
of the week with Mra. Roberta.
Mrs. Hanson waa quite sick thla
week, but la much better now.
ProfeWMK Ooetz, the new principal
of our achool, arrived Friday.
Tbe Grange fair committee will
meet Saturday afternoon In Grange
Hall and prepare the program for
tholr fair. The Mllwaukle band will
play Thursday evening and the Oak
Grove Glrla' Band Friday evening.
Hoesley'a orchestra will furnish the
music for dancing. Let every one
attend thla fair and make It a aucceaa.
Tbe Toung Peoples' Dramatic Club
will give a dance Wednesday evening,
September 13, at Crystal Lake Park,
for the benefit of tbe Catholic bulld-
Mra. A. H. Diwllng apent 8unday
with her husband In Eugene. Mr.
Dowllng la with a aurveying crew
Mra. B. F. Drescoll left Thursday
for a visit of several montha with her
parenta in Colorado,
E. B. U. Stenographers and
Bookkeepers -i;e Great Demand
A Tiring Task.
Instead of reprimanding tbe office
boy for soldiering over bis work tbe
manager nnctuouxly requested him to
count the ticking of tbe clock for five
minutes. For five minutes tha boy
counted. At the last aecond be at
tacked bis work wltb nnusual earnest
ness, and for the rest of , tbe day his
Interest never flagged.
"That la a scheme tbey tried on me
when I waa a youngster and Inclined
to be -lazy," the manager aald. "To
thla day 1 do not know tbe aecret of
Its euccPM, but I know that to de
liberately count the ticking of a clock
will cure the worst apell of Indolence."
New York Sun. .
A Witty Scat.
At an auction sale ut Scotland vil
lage tba auctioneer waa trying to sell
a number of domestic nteuslls. Includ
ing a porridge pot. As usual, be wua
making a great fnsa. Finishing, bis
keen eye caugbt a well known worthy,
the beadle, standing at tbe back of
the crowd, and be abouted out:
"Malster McTavlsh. make an offer
for thla pot. Why, It would make a
aplendid kirk helir
"Aye," replied the beadle, "If your
tongue waa In ItH '
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