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MOHN1NO ENTERPRISE, SUNDAY, SE1TEMBEK 21, 1911.
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OREGON CITY, OREGON
C C. 0D4E, Editor- and Publisher,
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un4r the Aet o Marea
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CONTRACT ADVERTISING RATES
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flrat I'M. Pf Inch add4 tBMrtkoo. .laa
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In paper othrr taaa flrat paa-a,
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lee tar Itaa: ta ranUr a4ver
i ao Baa. , .
Waata. Par Bala. Ta Rant. ate., eae
aaat a ward flrat tnaartWm; oae-aalf aeat
. Rataa for edverttatae: m tM Waahlr
. Batarprtaa will ba the eetee aa ha tha
aairjr. for advwrttannanta art . eepaetaJly
'' far tha waakljr. Wtiere tha aavertlaeaaeDt
- la traaafrrrad from tha dally to tha awk
. hr. without cnaBjra. tha rata will ba at
, aa Inch for run of tha peaar. and laa aa
' aica for apaotal aoelooa. . .
, s- Caah abould acoompaay erear wbar
party ta unknowa la baataeae ofrtee af
LacaJ drrtia)n at leeal adrartlaia
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Clrcue advarttalng and apactal traaaUnl
KfY art tains at lao to aOe aa Inch, aoeare-
aaa to apaclal condlttoaa ovarnlnc tha
Taw Bale and Bankrupt Bala" advar
anaaata tto Inch flrat Inaerttoa; addi
Jnoal laaaruoaa eaaae mattar o haeh.
News Itama and wall writ 'an artlotae
af aaerlt. wltti tnteraat to local raadara.
arfli a (ladiy aoapt4. Rajoctad aana
aaMpta aavar raturnad aalaaa aorompaa
lad by atcatoa to prapay iwnai,
- Sept 24 In American History.
'.' 1737 Aaron But. atateanmn. adven
t . ; tnrer and tbe elayer of Alexander
Hamilton, bora: died IS3L -
1904 Onteanlal of the dlwovery of
- flke'a peak. 1
1910-John U Peak. American dlplo
t , mat who waa mlnlsier to sVitter
land 189547. died; born 183a
" ASTRONOMICAL. EyENTS.'
(From noon todaj to noon tontorrow.i
: Bnn arta 620. rlaea 6 .-46; moon aeta
8 p. na.; mooa at deacndlnc node.
Croaatns ann'a path downward: 8
a, bl, eaatern Ume. planet Uerrurj
at greatest elongation west of tb
ann, 17 degnea, S2 mlnotea tberefrom;
phase. 06; light. L Mercury and
- Vema both visible In east at awn.
. EDUCATION AND MONOPOLY.
The thlrat for education and the op
poeltlon to eonaolldatlona known aa
trasta axe-two of the most morlng
ImptUaea of our atrennoua life. If
anybody had decpalrrd of education
In thia country, or if doubta hare ob
trnded themselyea - Into patriotic
mlnda that the people would not rally
againat combinations In restraint of
trade, let the troubled eyes turn to
ward Stebenrille, Ohio, In the shad
ow of which lies Scto. a aeat of learn
ing. The aeat of learning la Sclo
College, a -Methodist Episcopal insti
tution of some endowment, a consid
erable faculty and library, and a grow
lng field of usefulness.
; Lately, the trustees hare concluded
. that the field of usefulness could be
widened through a merger with Moun
tain College, a smaller Institution not
far away. This step, threatening a
possible ' removal of the college of
Sclo, waa deprecated by the popula
tion of that place, who Insisted upon
the Pierian spring being left in their
midst. But the full force of the op
position was not realized until Mon
day, wben R. Emery Bleethara, the
president of Sclo. in going to the rail
way station to take a train for a JourJ.
, neywhlch would complete the mer
ger; found himself beset br a mob,
hooting. Jeering and casting .egga
which It was no extravagance to waste
even In this era of high cost of liv
ing. The arrival of the tram afforded
him a timely shelter, and on his re
turn at night he was protected by the
sheriff and the marshal.
. Such a hunger for knowledge in
Sclo Is not to be despised, and cer
tainly nobody will dare. In these thun
derous days of denunciation of all
forms of combination, to defend the
merging of two Institutions of learn
ing Into one. If It be a benefaction
to make two blades of grass grow
where only one has grown, can It b-
a benefaction to make one college out
of two? Sclo has sat upon the case
and decided that such a combination
Is unreasonable within the nurvlew of
the Supreme Court's decision In the
Standard Oil case, snd It may be able
' to prove that It will be In restraint of
the trade of Sclo merchants and
hoarding house keepers. At any rate
the stale egg, as an argument for
education and against monopoly has
appeared In Ohio.
At the Portland Theaters
LAST CAR LEAVES FOR OREGON CITY AT MIDNIGHT
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Dotts From Greenland Will Serve
Australian Antarctic Expedition
RICHARD CARLE IN MUSICAL COMEDY,
"JUMPING JUPITER" AT
The favorite comedian, Richard Carle, supported by Edna Wallace Hop
per and a splendid company, will present the musical comedy suc
cess. "Jumping Jupiter," at Helllg Theatre. 7th ft Taylor streets, for
A nights, beginning Sunday, September 2. Special price matinee
"Jumping Jupiter," the musical
comedy that the East has recognised
by a two years' run aa the best laugh
ing show of the season., is to be seen
here at the Helllg Theatre for .four
nighta and a Wednesday .matinee be-
24th. Richard (Himself) Carle, the
star, has not appeared here for sev-'
era! seasons, and will be doubly wel
comed. Messrs. Frazee and Lederer
the producing managers, have elimin
ated not only the chorus man from
"Jumping- Jupiter' but also the dis
tinctive chorus girl as well. In their 1 works.
places they have substituted a dozen i Twins
How to Get Rich
IJve within your meana. ,
IJmlt your wants while enlarging your resources.
Dlnpanae Uh luxurlea aa lung aa you can pay only fo,
Cll'Iroimla your IndependencB by becoming a moaty Uf.
.n aa a niny earner. H
You can buy an Interest-bearing Certificate of Deposit ,
deposit In our Saving! Department Bvary time you Ba.,, , f'
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The Bank of Oregon City
OLDEST BANK IN THE COUNTY
a taviav ' '' i . ' W '
a 0. UaTOURBTTal rraaWeel . J MtTga, Caa
THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK
of OREGON CITY , OREGON 1
Photos by American praaa Asaoctatlon.
A I'STRAl.IA has orgnnlwnl an antarctic expedition, which sailed recently
. In the Aurora from London Tbe objeil of lh exellil.n la to rbsrt
A" the miles of unknown const on the nrtlieru aide of the land
bellrTed to surrouud the aoutb po'e and which l generally known aa
tbe antarctlca. Though an effort may lie made to rearh the. pole If rendl-
fashioned chorus girl. In "Jumping
Jupiter" these exponents . of smalt
roTes will all wear model gowns bf tlon, Br- to be favorable, this la secondary to the groprsplili' work that
the verv latest fashion.
Dainty Edna Wallace Hopper, es
pecially engaged, la a conspicuous
ginning-8ttnday evening, September member of the cast surrounding Mr,
Carle snd which also Includes Charles
Edward Wright. Harry H. Meyer,
George S. Trimble, William Lynn, J.
8. Klnslow, " Isabella -Wlnloche. Al
bert I ne Benson, and Helen Raymond.
The music of "Jumping Jupiter" has
been supplied by Karl Hoschna whose
"Madame Sherry. ."Three
and others have made him
pretty and attractive girls who can one of the most famous of composers.
pretty and attractive girls who ; Among the numerous song bits In tha
deliver lines with grace and Intelll- j play are "Tbe Rest of the Week She's
gence. It Is reasonable to suppose ! Mine." "Little Girl I Love You," "Hel
that the public will welcome the j en of Troy," "I Like to Have a Flock
change from the strident tonea and j of Men Around Me." and "The. Strains
the parrot-like delivery of the old of the Wedding March."
rill be done. Numerous Eskimo dnire accompanied the exeaiiloa. Tiey
were selected 4n Oreenlsnd by a representative ' the Panlab government,
who Is an expert In choosing dogs for servh-e lu frigid tones In tbe picture
above the dofc-a are aeanenjoy lug a meal or dried Bah wulie they were Iff Ixn-"
don awaiting the sailing of tbe expedition. Tbe Aurora, the sturdy craft that
la carrying tbe expedition, ta also shown.
Sousa as an Author and Sportsman.
Sousa, In addition to conducting his
band and composing marches and op-1
eras. Is a frequent contributor to the'
magatlnea. Ills writings embrace all
sorts of subjects, and one of hi t
articles on trap-shooting waa a recent
feature of the London. "Sketch." On i
the sporting side Sousa Is devoted to j
DEMAND FOR WHEAT
7h and Taylor 8treets
Phonea Main 1 A A-1122
4 NIGHTS beginning SUNDAY,
. SEPT. 24
Special price Matinee Wednesday
Frazee 4V Lederer present
The Favorite Comedian
with Edna Wallace Hopper
Supported by Splendid Company-
In The Big Musical Comedy Hit
Evenings 42.00, $1.50, $1.00, 75c Soc
Wednesday Matinee 11.50, $1.00, 75c,
50c, 35c, 25c
8 EATS NOW 8ELLING FOR ENGAGEMENT
Read thrt Morning fTnrnrise
11th aV Morrison Streets
Phones Main 2 S. A-5360
WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 27
Afternoon at 2:30 o'clock Evening at
And His Band
Miss Niceline Zedeler Violinist
Miss Virginia Reet 8oprano
Mr. Herbert Clarke. Cornetist
Prices Evenings: $1.00, 75c, 50c.
Afternoon 75c, 50c.
8EAT8 GO ON 8ALE MONDAY,
8EPT. 25 at BAKER THEATRE.
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THE COMEDY, "BABY MINE," AT HEILIG THEATRE, SEPT. 28 29-30.
The brilliant comedy success, "Baby Mine," by Margaret Mayo (a former
Portland Girl) will be the attraction at The Helllg Theatre, 7th & Tay
lor streets, for 3 nights, beginning Thursday, September 28. Special
price matinee Saturday. .
Her Fattier-Yexterdny I won thv
prize In tbe lottery, and today you
come and nk for tuy daughter's band'.'
Suitor- Yes; you know one t,.t of good
luck always brings UDOiher. Kt
In presenting the Margaret Mayo other comedy plays that earned fame,
comedy, "Baby Mine" at the Helllg and made records. But "Baby Mine"
Theatre for three nights and Satur-1 Is the greatest of them all, and will
day matinee, beginning Thursday, enjoy a long life and world-wide popu
Reptember 28th, Manager Wm. A. larlty. .
Brady, under whose direction It is Ask the opinion of any one who
nrodiind .calls attention to ' 'hag seen this sl.la-spllttlng comedy,
at Daly s Theatre, New York, but that ' n w" wl" It again, and then
Canada Is Able to Accept or
Reject Reciprocity on Her
By C . MALLETT, Former Member of British Parliament
. EARS OF A PLAN FOR THE ANNEXATION OP CANADA BY
jL THE UNITED STATES ARE FOOLI8H.
ll An examination of the effect which the reciprocity treaty
Jf f will hare on British preference in industries and food supply
1 how that there u no ground for any serious apprehension. Apart
, from that Canada is ENTITLED to arrange her fiscal affairs for
' V No Canadian government CAN REFUSE to consider overtures
for a renewal of the reciprocity agreement ONCE IT IS IN EF
FECT. A close scrutiny reveals that all the FEARS which were
; thought tobe serious are BASED ON FALSITIES. Canadian
nationality ia to1) great a living force to be swallowed up iy the United
If we were to interfere with Canadian arrangements we should
be VI0LATLNO one 6f the FIRST, MAXDIS OF THE' EM
; FLRE, which is fiscal freedom," and, too, we would be aaking the
. greatest of our colonies to tuVn her back on the WORLD'S GREAT
' "T ?!ARKET. We should maUno: imperial connections with
' - ! -''- F.VVLY SIGN OF LOSS. - "
it Is now nearlng Its 2R0th perform
ance at Sir Charles Wyndham's Cri
terion Theatre in London, England,
playing to capacity houses nightly,
where so much antl-Amerlcan preju
dice efclsts. Still, they fairly search
for sdjectlves to praise this worthy
lauKh-provoklng American play, "Ba
The plot of "Baby Mine" was sug
gested to Miss Mayo through the read
ing of an article In a Chicago news
paper to the effect that married worn,
en of that town frequently deceived
their husbands by palming off Infants
from foundling asylums aa their own
offspring, snd that the husband would
go through life proudly, Innocent of
Why shouldn't "Baby Mine" be a
big success a pronounced success
with such genuine material as an ut
ter laugh and fun maker? There la
everything to the play to warrant
the general opinion that It la the great
est ever, and this Is "going some"
when we recall "Charley's Aunt" and
"Too Much Johnson," and a couple of
again If possible. Fun! Mirth! There
is no end of it. It Is continuous riot
and scream, and even the young and
unmarried people quickly recognize
the possibilities and realisms of every
situation. It Is really education and
an Intuition of what the young wife
experiences In married life before and
after. Joyous motherhood.
Yes, It brings hark the limit of hab
py moments of tae 'married man,
when he Is informed that he has be
come a father, snd IS suddenly awak
ened to new responsibilities that are
his, and which he cheerfully assumes.
"Piny Mine," "Baby Mine!" It
strikes most of us deeply, and the
fun, laughter and Intense delight of
tbe audience as the play goea on, best
tells the tale of the Immense success
that will follow "Baby Mine" the
In the company which will appear
here will include Marjorle Cortland,
Earl Mitchell, Clinton Preston, Jane
Carlton, and others.
Seat sale opens Tuesday, Septem
ber 26th. ,
RECREATION PARK, .
Cot. Vaughn snd Twenty-fourth Sts
September 19, 20, 21, 22, 23, 24. .
Games Begin Weekdays at p. mj .
' Bondsys, 7:30 P. M.
. LA0IES' OAY. FRIDAY- . ,
Boys ffdef It Free to Bleacher
shooting and rldlgg, gnd he also ex-!. gHEEP ,
nin nn a wiimnnr.' tie admits inai
one of his hardships Is that his pres
ent contract will not allow him to ride
a horse or take a gun In his hand
while he Is on his four of the world.
II was thrown from a hone about
six years ago, when he was racing
along a country road outside Wash
ington. Luckily, he was not badly In
Inred, but he had to cancel on of
his tours, and his managers thought
It best that he should not take sny
chance on his present tour. On the
return of Sousa and his Band from
Australia they will give a series of
concerts on the Pacific Coast and In
tha SouthewesO Their datw-here will
be Sept. 27 and they wlllVplay at the
Prices are stationary In the wheat
I trade generally, although one of the
' leading buyers Is offering only 79c
track for club, all Interests are bid
ding 84o for bluestem on the same
With the Improved foreign situation
trade In the wheat market has start
ed at northwest points again and tbe
volume of business Is fair.
Oata market Is Just about steady
with buyers bidding from $28 to $2M.
50 a ton.
No business Is showing In the bar
ley market, although the trade Is on
a firm basis. Flour market holds
quiet but rather steady for both pat
ent and export grades. A firmer tone
Is displayed for grain haya and In
some quarters another fractional ad-
vance In the price Is being 'bid.
While other hays are steady as a re
sult of the dumHKe to grnln hay, the
market shows no change In price.
HIDES (Buying Oreen hides. Be
lo tic: suiters, 5e to 8'c; dry bides,
12c to 14c. Shbep pelts, 25c to 76c
DRIED FRUITS Tocal prices are
firm at from Re to 10c on apples and
prunes. feHches are )ao
8ALT Selling 60c to 90c for One
60 lb. seek, half around 40n; 7S for
ino lh. MACKS.
Portland Vtqetihla Markata.
SACK VBfiETAFILKS Carrot
$1.25? 11.60 per snrk; parsnips, 11 2R
f 60: turnips. $1.26 $1.60: beets,
B17TT3R (Buying) Ordinary
country brings from 15c to 20c,
fancy dairy from 20c to 22r. cream
ery 22c to 26c.
EGGS Best grade 25 cents.
POULTRY-! Huylng-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). Wool prices are
ranging from 14 to 17 cents,
HAY (Buying.) Timothy $16 to
J"! c to $10; oat hay, best,
$12; mixed, $into $i2; alfalfa, $12 to
FEEfSIios-i29 to $30; rollel
barley. $31.60 to $32.60; process hr
ley, $33.00; whole corn, $39 00"
cracked corn. $40 00; wheat $32 00
to $33: oil meal, $53: Rhadv lirook
dairy feed, $1.26 per hundred' pounds
ONIONS-Jobblng prices: Oregon
?3L75 JPr 100: Au"'ra". $3 80 ..er
1W; Texas, $2.25 per crate: Califor
nia, VI per crate
Oregon City Stock Quotations.
HOGS ..ogs are quoted c jwer
From 128 lbs. .o 150 lbs. 9'A' from
150 lbs. to 200 lbs. gt4c.
f.'?N' LARn "UI "AM Arm
VEAL CALVES-Vesi calves onus
from i lo loo according to arada
BEE1T 8TEERS Beet IMn ' tor
the local markets ar fetching V,cto
6He llvfc weight.
ara nrat at aa ,n ii..
Quotation. rr Oregon City.
POTATOES-Best, Buying l cents
.,rUR, AND "ED-Flour Is
little of cheaper grades.
OATH (Biiyng) Gray. $23 to 124
white, from $25 to $26. ' '
0ao!ieler and Hyp0,rl,,.
About the worst hr...,rl.e , ,r
reo.-,Cbl. Bg.. lie, otd Herald
t r...a-ta s --ersl wanmni sWelaeee.
il-'.'l. ' ''.'a- '. ,.....Jaas'"
Opeai fr, , K aj,,,,
Try a little ad for a mouth. It will
sell that lot. rent that room, find that
second hand piano or automobile you
want, help you to a new position and
will do much to place your feel on
the road to ultimata success.
Maitara uaar laaee rtaafl anJ
IU aa laaaiae at eaa eaal a ward, ftras
laaarttoa. halt a aaal a44illaaal aaaar
lloaa. m laah aara. It par asaattt. aag
kaafe eera. t aaaat si gar aaaaia.
Caah nail saraiaaar af 4a anJeee eaa
aaa aa a aeaounl wllh iaa papa. M.
rtaanoial mpalbiligr tar tnaes, saw
arrara aerur fraa aarrMttvd l will a
ptiala4 tar palraa feUaimuaa afcaraa ta
KW VPUI0I1T PIANO, of aV
Reaaonabla. Inquire CWaT
houae, Hlxteenth suaat 1
fARM LOAN I,
Wants, For Sale, Etc
YOU ARE TONOUfrirD
unless you hve learned to make your
pen and pencil talk rr jr"- The beat
you can do Is to talk to perhaps fifty
people a day and what you can say
to them In tha time you will have at
your disposal will be practically wast
ed for yu can not talk convincingly
unless you have time. .
A little Uner" In this aertlon, In
terestlnnly written and set as attract
ively as the printers art can make
it win talk (r you to mora than
ihra thousand oeoule every day. IK
you-aea the jx.lnt? It will Itureaae
your efficiency and the cost Is o
moderate that you will hardly know
ttint-ymr "bare-Invested -wnythlnatfAItKT-70raii-n
rii lAjAnn-iuttilck g ra
Lawyers. Oregon City, Of
limn - m mm mi i 1 -J- . '
O. D. atBT. Attornay-at-Ue km-'
loaned, shatraets NrelsaaL Zm
Utlaw examined, aeiatae sttUstZ
raj law bustaaaa. U T. "
Orwoi Olty i
tTRBN A nCIIUETirU Attarwta '
Law. nantarber Advekst, p
tie In all ourta, nuks nraBai
" prtaa HJdg Oraaos Clt. Oram
UtlDgSI ANQ CO"y aCTOH
coatraetor. Estimates nUmttt
a -aa ss aji classes of sssgr
work, eoaerete walks ass ratiaaj
eaacreta. Res. Paoaa Mais IP
. H. COOPER. Fn- nr
and Real Estate Let as taia
' year groaerttae s bay. aal at
xraaote. OfTtee la
ntdg.. Oregon City. Oragaa,
WANTED Collectors to sea my 'col
lection of all sons of curios, an-
llrjues, hr Indian irtnkaUT stamps
foi stamp collectors; coins for
numismatists, arrow-beads for arch
- eulogists, etc, buy and sell all
sorts of curios; also all kinds of
secondhand furniture and tools
George Young. Main, near Fifth
WANTl aaiaii ad? artleemeata to
thla eul'ima. Prieas vary raasoa
abla bea rates at bead of rotisaa
Read the Morning CnterprUe.
terprlae Job printing department Is
tha most complete la tha State,
outalde Portland. Try It for your
WANTED Sign work. Everything
from a muslin sign to a brume tab
let. Smyth, phone 1634.
FOR 8 ALE Spare In this column
Sell that old plow or harrow; yon
don't use It since you purchased
vour new one
Owner call Farmers
OREGON CITY WARRANTS In any
amount from $2(o to $2,700 against
the Sixth Street Improvement
Fund. Have been drawing Interest
Since September IGth. Will run
approximately six weeks. Will sell
them at Par.
Oregon Engineering and Con
struction Company, Room 14, Bea
ver Building. 6t
We hare the best at low
est price. Lay In
now, t "
Korrect Poultry Peed. 1
11TH AND MAIN ITa.
Oregon City. '
E. W. Mellia
Now open for business wits I M ',
lino 'of new snd second hift4 W
PRICES TO tUIT THE CUlT0s
Highest Price Paid
In the new Brick M1 j
Sixth and Main Stresta,
The Ten Commandments
At the great convention in Boston a short h
jo of the Xational Association of AdvrrtmM
men, Joseph A ppel, Advertising Manager oj
U'anamalicr'a Philadelphia store, gave to
Jietail Advertisers Division these ten command
ments of advertising: ..
Thou slinlt have no other gods In advertising
inn n um.
ut truth. , .
wealth, (r jiower, or station and thou nhalt dm
how down thysolf to them, nor serve them except
with honor. ' 7 ".
Thou shnlt not ic the power of advertising
mi unworthy cause or in behalf of umvorW
Heincmher the working day to keep it ll0Y' V
Honor thy business and thy advertising, tn
they may honor thee, and thy days of usefulness
be long upon the land. 1
Thou shalt not kill fair competition from with
out nor ambition from within your organization-
Thou shalt not lie, misstate, exaggerate,
represent nor conceal; thou shalt not bear faw
witness to the public, but thou shalt be fair .
thy. merchandise. ' , -
Thou shalt not steal by false 'pretenses, m
fitatements, spoken, written or printed. .
Thou shalt not permit adulteration nor subsu
tution in advertisetl goods." , ' n
Thou shalt not covet, rrofimitatc nor run dotro
thy neighbor's business ; thou shalt not (Jovct nor
run down thy neighbor's name, nor his fame, nor
his wares, nor his trade, nor anything that is w t
neighbor's. ' ' -