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OREGON CUT, OREGON (Sullivan doubtless thinks that It will
t .av.r..r.c.- j fe easier for him to keep It cut out
C. E. BRODIE. Editor and Publlaliar, at homo than It would bo In Con
. . ; . i Aod wha knowng Congress,
rai.tT.TTirS;i" h'r wisdom? Her fear
Otjr ' Orosa. aerie in Act of Mare cf congress a a place where wisdom
TEI Of SUUCtlrTIM.
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CONTRACT ADVERTISING RATES ,
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addao tneertlona a
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' Tavvra So Una.
Waata. ror Sale. To Rant no., aoa
aaat a word flrot maartloa; oo hatf eant
Ratae for advarttahta: III A. Waekty
KbtorprlK art a b tha hum aa is I ha
aaily. for 44vorttwmrata at aapaoaally
tor lha woakly. Where I ha aavertlaaaaant
la tranfrrl front tha dally to tho aaiS
tjr. wltBoat cnaac. tho rata will bo to
a tack ro- row of tho papar. aad le aa
Inch for apactaJ poatttom.
Caen ahoaM acooaapaay erear ahai
reity la ua known in buaraoae orftoo of
INT' aeverttatnc at leea) ad-ortlataa-ati-e
"1rcu advertising and apodal tiaaatial
. utv art lain at the to 10c aa tneh, aeoord
l to opoclal coadltlona foroniiiai two
- -Ftra aoJo- aad Bankrupt Bale" advot
: tauneata ISe Inch f irat taavrtMa; addl
Mnal Inarri lorta awan matter Jao haoa
. N Homo an
d wail wrtttoo) anoVo
of morlt. with lntorrat to lorwl rooder
win aa laaiy tiin'lw. ita)etd fnanu
ortpts aaror rrturaad ualoao acroaiax
M by stknao to prrpay poataan.
CITY OFFICIAL NEWSPAPCPt.
-t-THC-MORNrNd NTCRPRtSET t" mnxL. coaUof
o la on male at the following stores
Huntley Bros. Drugs
J. W. McAnulty Cigara
Seventh and Main.
' Magi near Sixth,
at. B. Dunn Confectionery
. Next door to P. O.
City Drug Store
Seventa and .1. Q. Adams.
A HOPE OF REFORM.
, Whether It be woman's righta Or
. a woman's Wright, , two concurrent
- event conspire to prove that woman
reigns supreme. Two or three days
ago It was announced - that John I
Sullivan, champion of champions, had
put himself in the bands of his
' friends as a candidate for Congress to
rinfManl til l I at rirt Ula ttnr,mi
. . V " usa w.u.a IV... i4ia yinilul ...
waa announced brieflv In three words:
"The square deal" This is no mean
ingless, perfunctory expression whan
it rumbles out of that chest, anj
t we were congratulating ourselves up
.. on the prospect of at last getting a
man In our public life whose whole
career personines it, wnen Mrs. Jonn
It. 8nll!van, suddenly stepping Into
: the ring, countermands the program,
.husband, "the post of honor Is the
ine iaay is wise, sne naa reiormea
her husband. Since his marriage,
several years ago. he haa looked not
upon the glass when It Is red from
, inner light He has at last done what
HT tha present day an impression more or lew WIDESPREAD
appears to prevail that the administration of the criminal
law in thia country i too SLOW ; tlmt there are seeming
lj endless delays at all itage of the proceedings. The sub
ject has been discussed by many able and eminent men and also in the
. IF THE SENTIMENTS TO BE GATHERED FROM THESE SOURCES
TRULY REFLECT THE WISHES OF THE PEOPLE. THERE IS AN
EARNEST DESIRE THAT THE CRIMINAL LAW SHALL BE PROMPTLY
.ADMINISTERED AND THE PUNISHMENT FOR CRIME FOLLOW
Mnviviivn vr 1 1 nuu l vcuii,
Wben the FINAL judgment is affirmed on a criminal the case
is ended so far aa the courts are concerned. Nothing remains to be
done but to execute the sentence.'
The prisoner baa been found guilty by a jury instructed to re
solve all reasonable doubts in his favor; the trial judge, often with
one or more of his colleagues, has examined the testimony and decided
that the Verdict is in accordance' with ita weight the supreme court,
with PA INST A KINO CARE, has not only reviewed the charge
and rulings of the trial judge, but also the evidence, and has reached
'at ..MS t 0 I P . I f
the conclusion to at til toe elements or murder or tne Drsi degree nave
been proved to exist and that the prisoner has had a fair and impartial
trial : : ,-..
It seems reasonable to assume, that the prisoner's-guilt has been
established and that the execution of the sentence ought to follow
t ithina BH0RT TDIE. . . . .
CtrCTJ, HOWEVER. IS NOT-THE CASE Experience ahows
ltvzy vrtzt t' away before the prisoner (earns bis fate.
h had often trhd In vain to do be
fore, and "cut out the boose." Mr,
ana eloquence anna too urrpij ai im
founts of Inaplratlon la ono wholly
Justified by history and experience.
; , MjShe would rather be married to Joh.
; U Sullivan privately sober at home
! than to John U Sulflvan officially full
In Washington. It la a woman a way.
And they have their way.
Anybody doubting that they d-. can
read the aad atory of Wright of St.
l.ouia. right haa been named aa a
correaivnilent In a petition for dl
voire fn'whlch It la aet out tat
Wright was a visitor at the home of
the complainant during the complain
ant's absence, and that Wright's w ite
found him there and took him away.
Wright explaina that his wife came
after him not because of Jealousy, or
suspicion, but because she felt that
he was staying out too late. Mrs
Wright was Wright ail right, but
Wright himself was wrong. Another
Wright haa had to write, to aet him
self right, that he la not the Wright
charged with violation of the mar
riage rite. In this case It looks aa tr
' everything may yet turn out all right:
' When women can keep their husbands
out of Congress, and go after them
when they stay out too long, they
may yet reform the world without the
' L-a-oe '
Enlightening the heathen in for
eign lands Is an expensive proposition.
The cost of sending the missionaries
protecting their lives after they reach
their posts Is a bigger one.
The harvester trust Is to reorganlxe
itself In conformity with the law of
reason as interpreted by the Supreme
Court. The first step in that way
may have been taken when it refused
to contribute $10,000 to a fund to
"put Lorimer over."
Mrs. Ogden Mills has agaln'revlsed
the 400, reducing the name to ISO.
The new list is not yet announced,
but unless a radical new departure Is
made from the habit of all previous
revisers, the name of Mrs. Ogden
Mills will be found In It.
Ch amp .Clark's speeches hsv" so
much effect that he doesn't Intend,
when' delivered In a wider field than
the Ninth Missouri District, that if he
Is nominated for the presidency next
year he may turn out to be the best
Republican campaigner on the stump.
The Enterrp.se haa a position open
for you. Call at once.
The following if a list of unclaimed
letters at the 'Oregon City postofflce
for the week ending October 6: Clark,
Mrs. Louie; Wheeler, Mrs. Ellen:
Bartlett, Grant (2); Bock, Richard.
Bowling, Nels; Burg, Peter; Frin.l:.
E. E.; Penry, Sam; Wilder. Trulan;
Woods, C. E.
Our greatest clubbing offer. The
Morning Enterprise by mall and the
Weekly Oregonlan, both until Novem
ber 1, 1912, for only $3. Offer closes
October 31, 1911.
Wants, For Sale, Etc
NaUeaoJwnlr ihaee daaairtao hoeea
will to InaoiM at eaa root a wore. Iw
iwarrtum. half a ml addUKWai la r
tlona. vhm Inch car, tl par aniata. aad
atva ear. uaea al por atoath.
Caan ata aoroaapaay oroar wnlvae on
hao aa oo aeeonnt with iho papar. N
naanrlaJ raapainalhllltjr for tmn), whan
arroro nrrur rrea ovrrrctrd amteo wIM a
prlatae tr patroa) Mlninauai atiarco lae
" WANTtD. "
WANTKD Tourlsta andJocal people
to see .uty colUviiou of arrow-he
coins, India i tniikaia. vtd at'ini.u
aud curios of sorts Will buy
or sell In thu Havt tome i;ood
bargaina In se Kinl-hand furniture
and tool. Geor Young. Mali: m
WANTED Tod .y ytju to see: "A
tJay Time In Washington," "The
Clown s Baby " "The Flag Didn't
Raise," at the Grand.
WANTED-Partner, lady- preferable.
$10 required r business already es
tablished. Good returns. Address
Osgood, care Enterprise.
WANTED Live solicitors for
county. Uberal terms to
handle the Morning Enter
prise and Weekly Oregontan
during bargain period which
ends October 31. Call, phone
or write Circulation Manager,
Oregon City Enterprise.
- FOR AALE.
FOR SALE $100 will buy a team aud
harness; weight 2300 lbs. Home
phon. Beaver Creek. Oscar May.
FOR SALE By owner ten acres good
timber land on Clackamas Southern
railroad, two miles from Oregon
City limits on Highland road; all
level; $165 per acre. Address Ore
gon City. Route No, 3. Box 63.
COST ThreeDoars"'and'three sows,
black with white spots on face:
weight about 95 pounds. Address
William Baum. Orecon Cltv. Route
KAKM LOANS-Dlmlck i
Lawyers. Oregon City. Or.
O. D. BBT, Attorney-at-Law Moae?
loaned, shetracta furnished. Isad
tl'lee e is mined. etata settled, gen
eral law buaineo Over Baek-ai
CRXN A SCHITKBEU Attoraeys-at
Law, Deutacher Advokat. will prac
tioe In all coorta. make colleotions
piiee Bldg Oregon Cltv. Oregon
BUILDER AND COTwaCTOR.
HARKT JONRS BuDder and Cenerai
Contractor. Eattmates cbeoiTnU)
riven on all elaaaee of building
work, concrete wants and reinforced
concrete. Rea. Phone Mala lit'
R. H. COOPER, Fo Fire Ineurane
and Real Estate. Lt aa haadlr
" ywir propertlee we buy. sell and
evraanro. Office la Itaiorprlae
Hlda.. Oreiton City. Ororn
C HA TT E L "m"OR T GAG E" 8A"LEr
The following property will be sold
at nubile auction, to the highest
bidder, at the Clear Creek Lumber
Company's mill site, near Fisher's
mill In Clackamas county, on the
10th day of October. A. D. 1911. at
2 o'clock p. m., to satisfy a chattel
mortgage . held upon said property
by Mr. Allison Baker, to-wlt;
One double action steam pump.
One 75 h. p. Atlas boiler, in good
condition; 2 foot stack.
One 6 h. p. nprlght Russell en
gine. One Falrbanla-Morse, dynamo.
115 volts, with register and
One "35 h. p. Russell engine
pneumatic governor, complete.
One log haul, complete.
One lower saw jack complete
with reversible saw grilde, 3 in
On? upper saw Jtck complete
with stationary guide, 2 In. arbor
One r2 In. Simmons saw, In good
Ono 62 In. Adkins saw, In good
One 36 In. cutoff saw with fraim-
pulleys, Intermediate shaft an'l
iron pipe rolls, 30 In. by 6 In.
with Iron boxei.
On? Hobbs planer, nomplete.
One t shlmer matcher heads.
Two sets sizing heads, with
knives, bolts and fittings.
Twelve lumber trucks.
One blower complete, In Rood
condition with piping and shafting.
One? fire pump.
One 3 In. Intermediate shaft, 20 ft.
lonR, with four wooden pulleys.
One friction feed for live rolls
Terms of sale, cash.
CROSS & HAMMOND,
Ordinance No. .
AN ORDINANCE declaring the assess
ment for the Improvement of Sixth
street, Oregon City, Oregon, from
the weKt side of High street to the
went side of Jackson street.
Oregon City does ordain as fol
lows:' Section 1. The assessment for thy
Improvement of 8lth street from
the west side of High street to the
west side of Jackson street Is here
by declared and levied according to
assessment roll, No. 4, new series
and the whole cost of said assess
ment Is $13,209.05.
Section 2. Whereas, The condl-
tlon of said part of said Sixth street
is and was dangerous to the health
and safety of the people of Oregon
City and It Isiiecessary for the Im
mediate preservation of their health
and safety, that this assessment
sbonld be made at once, an emerg
ency is hereby declared to exist and
this Ordinance shall take effect and
be In force from and after Its ap
proval by the Mayor. .
. Read first time and ordered pub
lished at a regular meeting of tho
City Council ot Oregon City, held on
the 4th day of October, 1911, and to
come up for second reading and
Mnal passage at a special meeting
thereof, to be held on tbe 20th day
of October, 1911.
U 8TIPP, Recorder.
Ordinance No. s1
AS ORDINANCES declaring the assess
. ment of Center street, from Elev
enth street to alley parallel with
Eleventh street, a distance of 142
feet, Oregon City, Oregon.
Oregon City does ordain .as fol-
Cement Elephant Decorates the
Lawn of Larchmont Yacht Club
v i .1 . s . r w .
o W 'fwA-T V. VwT
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Photo by Amartoaa Proaa 'Aastvclatlon.
ElJErilANTS are slwsys lutereatlng. whether alive or drn.l or even
w hen they 'are lnaulumte The picture above ahuwa a reproduction
of the animal Kipling calls Old. Two Tails ou the grounds of the
Larchmont Tarht club, near New York. The elephant la made of
cement and will probably have as long aa eilatence as an elephant of flesh,
bones and hide. The little girl In the picture waa not one bit afraid of tin
elephant, and If she had been supplied with peannta she would probably have
tried to feed tbe animal, ka children have done In circuses and soologWal park
from time Immemorial
Section 1. The asement for the
Improvement of Center stret. from
Eleventh street to the alley parallel
with Eleventh street, a dlstauce of
142 feet, la hereby declared and
levied according to aswtwment roll
No. 5, new series and the whole cost
of said assessment is $7X6.00.
Section 2. Whereas, The coudl-
- tlon ol said part of .said Center
street is and was dangerous to the
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iiraitii aim aaieiy ui tne peupie i i
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inriiUH V auu ii ii vimi; Itir
the Immediate preservation of their
health and safety that this assess
ment should be made at once, an
emergency Is hereby declured to
exist und this Ordinance shall take
effect and be In force from and af
ter Its approval by the Mayor.
Read first time and ordered pu'
Ushed at a regular meeting of jlie !
City Council of Oregon City, held "i
the 4th day of October, 1911. and to
come up for second reading and 1
final passage at a special meeting
thereof, to be held on the 20th day '
of October, 1911.
I STIPI". Recorder. !
Notice of Hearing of Jefferson
Notice is hereby given that the ap
portionment of the cost of tbe
Improvement of Jefferson street,
Oregon City, Oregon, from the
south side -of Second street to the
south side of Twelfth street, has
been ascertained and the proposed
assessment haa been apportioned
and la now on file In the office of
the Recorder of Oregon City and
subject to examination Any ob
jections that may be made In wru
lng to the City Council of Oregon
City and filed with the Recorder
thereof within ten days after the
first publication of this notice will
4ie heard and determined by the
Council before the passage of any
ordinance assessing the cost of
The property assessed for said
Improvement lies on both sides of ;
tbe part of said Jefferson street. '
proposed to be Improved and the
line of lota shutting on said part
of Jefferson street farthest from 1
said part of aald Jefferson street ,
and said part of said Jefferson
This notice Is published In The '
Morning Enterprise, the first pub- '
llcatlon being tbe 28th day of Sep- 1
tern ber, and the City Council has j
set October 6th. 1911. at g o'clock
p. m. at the Council Chamber of !
Oregon City as the time and place
of tbe passing of said objections.
I 8TIPP, Recorder.
Notice of Hearing of Sewer District
No. 6 Assessment.
Notice Is hereby given that the com
m It tee appointed to ascertain the
benefita to each lot, or pans
thereof, or parcel of real estate
lying In Sewer Wntrlct No. C, Ore
gon City, Oregon, described as fol
lows: Beginning where the boundaries
of Sewer District Nos. 2 and 3 Join
at the southeast corner of Dis
trict No. 3 and at the southeast
corner of lot 2. block 165, Oregon
City, Oregon, thence easterly along
alley across Van Buren, Harrison,
Polk, Tayler and Pierce streets to
Division street; thence essterly
along Division street across Bu
chanan street to Lincoln street;
thence northerly along alley across
Buchanan street to southeast cor
ner of lot 7, block 4T, County Ad
dition to Oregon City, thence
northerly along the east line of lots
7 and 8 to Ninth street; thence
" westerly along Ninth street to
Pierce street; thence northerly
along Pierce street to Intersection
with northeast extension of . nortn
line of lot 5, block 86, Central Ad
dition to Oregon--City; thence
westerly along north line of said
lot 6 to allev between Plerra and
Taylor streets; thence northerly
along alley to Twelfth street;
thence westerly along Twelfth
street to northeast corner of lot 1,
block 1, Beatles Addition to Ore
gon City; thence southerly along
lot lines to Eleventh street; thence
westerly along Eleventh street to
northeast corner of lot 1, block
168, Oregon City; thence southerly
along lot line 'and the northerly
boundary of District No. 8 to
point of beginning-at the south
esst corner of lot 2, block 166, and
to apportion the cost of laying and
constructing said sewer to each
lot or part thereof, or parcel of
real estate In said Sewer District
according to such benefits, has
made Its report and the assess
ment based thereon Is now on file
In the office of the Recorder of
said Oregon City and subject to
examination and the City Council
of said Oregon City has appointed
Friday evening, October 6th, 1911,
at I o'clock p. m. In the Council
Chamber of Oregon City, aa the
time and place for hearing objec
tions to said assessment and you
are hereby notified that any ob-
.. , rn.Be' v at" a at;
Jectlona, which may be made la
writing and riled with aald Re
corder on or before the 6th day of
considered by the said City Coun
cil at the time and place herein
before specified before any ordi
nance Is passed assessing the- cost
of said sewer. '
Dated September 26, 1911.
L 8TIPP. Recorder.
MRS. A. B COMBS ENTERTAINS, j
Oregon City Folk Attend "500 Party"'
, Given in Portland. I
Mrs. A. 11. Combs, formerly M' I
Klorenee McFarlnnd.of thla city, but j
now of Portland.-.entertained at her j
home on Eaat Yamhill street. Wed-1
nesday evening a few of her frleiKia 1
We have the best at low
est price. Lay In
Kerrect Poultry Food.
11TH AND MAIN ST8
Before You Move
Be sure yoor-new-home has-that important
modern convenience electric light. There are
many such and they are in great demand by
those who know how to enjoy them. The mod
ern electric light is so much better than any'
other that no one need hesitate about the cost.
There has been perfected the MAZDA lamp
which gives twice as much light as ordinary
electric lamps using an equal amount of electricity.
For all those who live in wired houses (we offer
an opportunity of getting the benefit of the
great light-giving quality of these lamps. For
those who own unwired houses on our distribut
ing lines we will give advice of value, in wiring
houses for electric lights. - '
PORTLAND RAILWAY, LIGHT
& POWER CO.
. MAIN OPTICE 7lh ond Aldtr Streets . :
live within your means.
IJmlt your wants while enlarging your resources
Dispense with lusurtes as long aa yo can pa only tofV
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prointde your Independence by becoming a moooy a.,M
well as a money earner. ' at
You can buy an Interest-bearing Certificate of Deposit A.
m deiHialt In our Bavlngs Department every time you have '"
The Bank of Oregon City
OLDEST BANK IV TUB COUNTY
D ?. I.ATOURfTTB preaideul j. UtlW Cet
THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK
ol OREGON CITY, OREGON
ronaets s 0aoral SanMleg uolsoeo.
of lhl city and of rnrtlaad t "live
hundred." the prlo. a handsome vase,
being won by Ua Kthrl Graves, of
Portland Luncheon v.as served. Tbo
bouae prijltlly decorated In
Those attending from thla city were
Miss Hess iialloKly. Mlaa Kathryu
Slnnoit. Miss Cls I'ratt. Miss Dol-e
Pratt. Mlas Theha Draper. Miss Ruth
llrlislillilll. Ml Nleta Harding. Miss
Winnie llminv and Mrs. Kenneth
Stanton. ' . .
. The KnterrpUe haa a altlon open
for you. Call at once. -
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1 m m
WE HAVE MAZDA
Ooee from a A aj. , , ,
MRS. J. I. DUNN DUO. t
A telegram was received ta
city Thursday, announcing tk
of Mrs. J. R. Dunn, of Bhsewa. m. 1
October 4. M B Dunn, of
la her mm. Another soa. jJL .
Dunn, who sup.M-d to h. ta ,
gon. cannot be tocated.
Read te Morning T.otny '
Our greatest rlubblng offr tk.
Morning Enterprise by mll u4 Z
Weekly Oregonlan. iMith until HZ
ber 1. lilS. for only $1. 0ff dZ
0ober II. 1811.
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