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D ' . " ' " MOUNINQ ENTERPRISE, SUNDAY, OCTOBER 1, 1911.
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At the Portland Theaters
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lisT CAS t&mS FOR OREGON CITY At klDNIHT
WNTL DAYS -YES
ON THE MfcKf. SR
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THE COM EDY. -THE GIRL IN THE TAXI.- AT HEIUQ THEATRE.
The ermUnt comedy mmmi, Tea Oiri la the Taxi." will be the attrac
tion at the HeUlx Theatre. Seventh and Taylor streets, foe roar
adabta, beginning Sunday, October 1. Special price natlnaa Wedae-
THE GIRL. 1NTHE TAXI" AT
The angagesaent la . Portland of
The Ctrl ta tha Taxi'' will begin
today, vita apodal prica matlnae
Wedaeeday.vat lb Helllg Theatre.
Seventh aa4 Taylor streets. Tha play
eotnea with not only tha highest
pralaa from all eestera critics, bat
with tb tadorsemeat of tha revlew
ara of both Berlin aad Pari, to the
Knropaaa capitala tha play aoorad la
a manner little abort of sensational.
In Pari, under tha title of "La FU
a Papa," it remained at the Palais
Royal theatre for over 1000 ntgAt.
The company to preeant the play
hi lb la city la corapoeed of aome of
tha moat popular playera on the
American tge, and each one of the
company ha been cboaen for the
part played, because of their partic
ular fltneaa for It Amoor the prin
cipal snembere' may be mentioned
Pearl Blndelar. Roy Bumner, Philip
Branson. Richard Bartlett, Grace
Walton. Isabel Q'Madiganw Cecile
Breton, Francis Galliard, Julee Ferrar,
James Ashley. Utrdice - McLaughlin..
Estalle St Clair and others of equal
8eat sale opena at Heine's Friday,
September St, at 10 a, m.
j ; Scene from Th Hoose Neat Door,"
V ' at Baker Thaatra all week atari,
t lag today matinee. Bargain mat-
: Inae Wednesday. Regular mat
. Inae Saturday.
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Heavy rains injured hay and grain,
but that loss will be made up some
what In a better crop of potatoes,
though potatoes will be a short crop
F. C. Bulk and family and A. B.
Buckles aod wife riatted E. C. Hack
ett at Riverside.
Revival meetings are being held at
Baker's Bridge church.
School bells are ringing In No. 30
and No. 9.
Arthur Cliff is building a fancy
chimney for Mr. Mendenhall's new
Dances hare closed for the season
at Clear Creek park.
Carl Mampower sustained a frac
ture of his left leg recently while
assisting In breaking a colt.
William Llllle Is back from harvest
and bop fields and Is assisting bis
brother In putting In a cement base
ment for his new house.
M. 8. Shearer sold his place for
$250 an acre recently.
J. R. Carr sold a portion of his
farm to a newcomer.
D. F. Wnltman delivers the mall
with an auto now and so we get our
O. T. Watta la peddling vegetables
In Portland as usual.
Arthur Cliff Is busy digging wells
end building chimneys, etc.
The young voter that arrived at
John Hatton's aome time ago seems
a strong, healthy lad, and bids fair
to be one of tha best of Clackamas
county's products. - -
Uncle Sam baa a surveyor at work
here gathering material for a .geolog
William V. Mono as Sir John Cotawold
In the seneatioml play "The
House Next Doc at Baker
Theitre a'l week, starting today
matinee. Eargain matinee Wed
nesday. Regular matinee Satur.
Here is the Only
Compare our prices with others and
you will be sure to trade here. New
and second hand furniture of all
kinds. Granite, glass and light Bard
' Opposite The Grand
Publicity Is one of the most desir
able assets which can be possessed
by a play or player. All sorts of
methods, questionable and otherwise,
are resorted to attain It. Personality
la the favorite subject used when
writing of the player. It Is this
valuable asset which is claimed for
the play "The Honse Next Door."
This play has attracted more atten
tion and patronage from the public
than any modern comedy produced in
recent years. Herein Is treated the
vital question of the Intermingling of
the races, Gentile and Jew. The
author, J. Hartley Manners, has
handled the question seemingly In a
light comedy vein, but always there
Is the story undercurrent of the im
portance of the question, which can
not help but Impress the mqre, serious.
William V. Mong -heads the cast ap
pearing in the play and his support
ing company Is composed of players
of known ability. Tha engagement Is
for one week, starting Sunday mati
nee, October 1. at the Baker Theatre.
The fast man Is pretty certain to
What three vowels express trouble?
I. O. U. '
It will probably never be known
what the hand saw.
Be sura you are right, and then
don't make a fuss about It.
There I many a man who. Isn't
worth what It costs him to live.,
Every dog has his dayi , and too
many of them have their nights also.
It is easier to climb down a tree
than to climb up, which explains why
the top Is never crowded and why
there Is always room there.
We feel no hesitancy In saying that this has been a GREAT
SALE the one thing that has made It great has been the
exceptional values X7e have offered at the femaffhably lo7
flgtff ese Those of you who have attended the sale will beat
wS oat in saying that the prices throughout oar entire. Ftirn
ttre Stock have fcamped the very bottom and this is also true
of the Carpets and Rugs as this department is closed out
left now and we want to sound ONE, LONG LOUD blast to call the Attention
d tne economical buyers to the opportttnites that lie qefore them.
Tho bfjgoct ctoolt of Noting
Gtovoo and Ran coo In thlo
pari cf tho ocucztry, all going
at groatly roduood prlooo.
1 c .
Tho tlmo of ell Itooo to ocr-
pot ycur homoo to now. tVfty
pay tho regular prlooo or why
valt longer ivhon to buy
novs nzoano a nfcat paving.
Make a careful canvas and see if there isn't something you need in the way of Furniture.
- Probably it's a new Sewing Machine or a Library Table, a Childs Folding Crib, a Kitchen
Treasurer or a Center Table, maybe its a New Mattress, New Shades, Lace Curtains or
something in China, or Crockery Ware.
Whatever Your Needs May Be, Now is the Time to Supply Them
r m m Ik : IB M S
The tun aad the Tides.
The sun eserte about two-talrda as
much force on the tides of the ocean
a tha moon.
Read the Horning Ba-:rprlse.
Seventh and Taylor Sta.
Phones: Main 1 and A-1122.
4 NIGHTS Beginning SUNDAY Oct. 1
8pecll Price Matinee Wednesday
A. H. Woods Presents
The Comedy Success
"THE OIRL IN THE TAXI"
A Scream From start to Finish
Exceeds the Speed Limit of Fan.
Excellent Cast Complete Production
Evenings, $1.60 $1.00 750 60c 35e 2Se.
Wednesday Matinee:' $1.00 75e 60c
35o 25o. Seats now selling for entire
COMING TO HEILIO THEATRE
4 NIGHTS Beginning Sunday, Oct 8
Special Price Matinee Wednesday
And Splendid Supporting Company
In the Musical Comedy Success
"THE SWEETEST GIRL IN PARIS"
Seat Sale Opens Friday, Oct. .
COMING TO HEILIO THEATRE
5 Nights Beginning Thursday, Oct. 12
GERTRUDE HOFFMANN . '
' . , AND ..
THE RUSSIAN DANCERS i
, 125 People 125 Own Symphony
. . Orchestra.
The . Sensation of the Sesson.
Watch Dally papers for Prices.
Many years mru when rice was dear
In eastern China efforta were made to
bring It from Lutou. where It was
abundant says Klrklaod In bis "Cy
clopedia of Commercial and Business
Anecdotes" At Manila there .was.
however, a singular law to the effect
that no reiwel for China should be al
lowed to load with rice nulesa It
brought to Manila a certain number of
cages full of the little "botcher birds."
well known fur their usefulness. The
reason for this moat eccentric commer
cial regulstlon simply was tbst the
rice In Luzon suffered much from lo
custs, and these locusts were destroyed
la great number by buicber birds.
To yon ronxlder Wobbieton'a tamnr
orljrlnsl. RlnksT asked Dobblelgh.
"Sure It Is." ssld Blnks. "Absoiaetly.
1 don't believe there la any humor In
existence that antedates Wobbleton's
Jokes." Judge .
Patronise our advertisers.
AMONG THE CHURCHES
First Baptist Church Main and
Ninth streets, 8. A. Hayworth, pas
tor, preaching by the pastor at 11
a. m. and 7:45 p. m.; tha Sunday
school meets at 10 a. m., H. B.
Cross, superintendent; Christian
Endeavor at 6:30 p. m.; all are wel
come. "Governor West and the
Parole System; Is It Christian T"
The above subject will be dis
cussed by the pastor as a prelude,
to ills sermon In the evening.
Catholic Corner Water' and Tenth
streets, Rev.' A. Hlllebrand pastor,
residence tit Water; Low Mass I
a. m with sermon; High Mass
10:30 a. m.; afternoon service at
hhi every morning at I.
First Congregational Church Morn
nlng service at 10:30 o'clock. Rev.
Edward Curran will preach mora
Ing and evening.
Flret Church of Christ) Scientist
service at 11; Wednesday evening
meeting at 8 o'clock; reading room
open every afternoon except Sun
day from 3 to 4 o'clock.
German Evangelical Corner Eighth
and Madison streeU, Rsv. F
Wleveslck pastor, residence 7U
Madison; Sunday school 10 a. m ,
Herman Schrader, Monroe street,
superintendent; morning service
11; Young People at 7 p. m. and
preaching at I p. m.; prayer meet
ing Wednesday at 7:30 p. m.
Gladstone Christian Rar. A. H. Mul
key, pastor, residence Gladstone.
Sunday school io a. m., N. c. Hen,
drlcks, superlntendenL Morning
service. 11 o'clock. Brotherhood
services at 7:48.
M?lntA,, V,,W Unlon-(Congrea-tlonal)
Sunday school , p. m
J.HV Qu,nn- 'JPerlntendent;
Bible Study every Thursday after,
r'CV frbyrlan Church Rev. J.
Ninth and Center streets; Morning
R. Landsborough, pastor. Morning
r r'MP ,at 11; 8und"' hool at
10 o'clock. Mrs. w. C. Green, s-
o'clock8 enti T P' 8 - '
Mithot',,t EP,0PI Chureh-Rer. E.
tr. Zimmerman, pastor. , Sunday
chool at :45. TTeachlng by the
, pastor at 10:45. Junior Leagda at
i p. n.
Morning subject. "Problem of sin "
Evening subject, "A Sinner at the
Gate of Heaven."
Psrkplscs Congregational Rer. J T.
iZJMt0l' T,Mic Clackamas;
SSI? ,ch0?1 10 m- Emy
f.r.. ,ur,nn'lent; preachlni
bet.fr; f,'Ch Bnni7' ltmatlng
. between 11 a. m. and 7-Jift
Christian Endeavor ThursaaJ' e
t Paul's Rev. C. W. Robinson, rexv
tor. Dally services; Morning pray
er, -7 a. m.; Holy Eucharist, 7:30 a.
m.; evening prayer, 7:80.; Sunday
services; Holy Eucharist 8 a. m.;
morning prayer, 10:30; Holy
Eucharlat and sermon 11 a, m.;
evening prayer and sermon at 7:30;
Sunday school u m . Thursday
evenings, sermon at 7:80.
United Brethren Corner Eighth aod
Taylor, R.r. 1. r. CUrka pastor,
residence, Portland; Sunday school
10 a. m.. Frank Parker, Maple Lane,
upertntendentj morning service
111 T. P. 8. C. &
service; 7. .
Willamette M. E--N0 "T,
Ing services; Sunday
Mrs. Reams, P
Eighth atreets. ReT--
bergar Ptor. ''ra-l
son; Bundsy school MJ
ing service 10:30;
Luther League 7 p. ,
West Oregon City
O. Staats will
Sunday 8chool conduct a
mon. . '
Treatment at Hot Lake, Including medical attention, M
baths, costs no mora than yon would pay to live st nf nm;
hotel. Rooms can be had from 76 cents to J.60 Pr r
In the cafeteria are served from 20 centa up and in the 8
uual grin prices. Baths range from 50 cents to 11 00.
Do Core Rlictimfttisia 1
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Hot Le """ ai
and mud live" :.
tlfto direction i JT, f
trated booklet A ,
Hot Lake BawWjg
the methods "PloTuV
Lake Sanatorium '
1y on the mm ,
to be hsd t ,1B",'
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HOT LAKE SANATORIUM
s HOT LAKE, OREGON.
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