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MOUNING ENTERPRISE, TUESDAY, OCTOBER 10, 1911.
lew Creations in
.adies' Coats and Suits
lust received by express another shipment of beaut
jful ladies' coats and suits direct from New York.
Coats with the popular large collars and cuffs. Plain
allored and fancy weaves. A beautiful assortment.
ONLY ONE OF A KIND.
Vtt Our Windows.
' Suspension Bridge Corner.
VETERAN mi TO
GRAVE BY COMRADES
n.l rnn v Inl Inn a)
tut ltl " " " "
n person w . -
.'fully remove copies of Tbs?
,!,, Knterprlee from the
,r .ubecrlbers after
Lr nss ln l0"r B'
sprain of his l-ft wrUl. The limb Mr.
Latourette wsa standing on guv wsy.
Mr. mid Mrs. W. It. Wetilworth went
to Vancouver, Wash.. Sunday, where daughter
they visited relatives, and upon their
return stopped ai University Park,
hre they vlsltad ti lalter's sis
ter. William J. Wilson, who haa been on
hu eateiided Walt la tit Hast,' bM re-
lurneu 10 uirsuu ui; iiur iv. ,.,,.. unir! offlalston- Mr. I
riijoyal.lt. lime. Mr. Wllaon visited . 'r 8P"-i 1"b,?1'k,i-7 i
In rbtaw MdN ?.rn c.t, ;r:'M. .rrr.d KicM,r; M.
A vary pretty wedding waa aol
smtilxed laat Tbursdsy at noon at
the home of Mr. and Mr a. Jacob
Hpsgle at Needy, when their daugh
lr, Klora K., became the bride of Mr.
Cbrlstlau Ktc liter, of Deaver Creek.
The ceremony we performed by Rev,
F. C. Hutler, of Hubbard.
The bride wore a while embroider
ed dreaa and veil raiiajtit In place with
orange bloesoina and h carried a
ahower bouiiiet of white carnations.
The bridesmaid . waa Miss Katie
Spagle. sister of the bride. The beat
man waa Mr. Simon Rlrhter, brother
of the bridegroom. After the cere,
mony the bridal couple ld the way
to the dining room where dinner waa
The rooma were artistically decor
ated with Oregon Krape, ferna and
cut flowers. Mr. and Mra. Rlrhter left
In a shower of rice on a short honey
moon and upon their return will make
their home at leaver Creek.
Those In attendance were: Mr. and
Mra. Jacob HpaKle. Mra. Martin Klcb
ter, Mr. and Mra. John ilohlander and
Clara, Mr. and Mra. Fred
llol.man, Hev. F. C. Ilutler, of Hub
bard; Mr. and Mra. Christian Ulrhter,
Mrs. Krnest Werner and children,
Ernest. Kalph, Melvln and Mablii, Mr.
and Mra. KnamlnKer. of Portland; Mr.
and Mr. Albert Spagle and children,
lwell. Kenneth and Raymond, Mr.
Alma Johnson, of Portland; Mlsa
llta Ulrhter, Miss Mary Spagle ana
The funeral of WHUam. Fee waa
held at the home of bis daughter, Mrs.
Gilbert Kinder, of Clackaniae Heights,
Haturday. Services were conducted
by the Kev. Zimmerman, pastor of tbe
Methodlat church, at 10 o'clock, and
the Interment was In Mountain View
' The deceased was born In Bbelvlll,
I nd.. December 6. 1848. Ills father
and mother died when be waa a boy.
He was the last son of a large family.
He la aurvlved by' two alaiera, Mra.
Mury Eakew, of Rlverton, la., and Mra.
Ellen Clark, of Moreland, Okla. Two
dmiKhtere, Mra. M. B- Llahot-ffer, of
Hellwood, and Mrs. Kinder, aurvlve.
Mr. Fee waa veteran of the Civil
War, having enlisted as a private in
Company O, Third regiment. Colorado
volunteer Infantry, and Company 1,
Second regiment Colorado volenteer
cavalry. He aerved through the en
tire war. Mr. Fee bad been a realdent
of Klamath Falls for the past twenty
eight yeara, having been employed as
stage driver and freighter. He went
to the Soldiers' Home at Koseburg 1st
February, where he remained until
August 9, when he went to Mra. Kin-
Ikith of his daughters were at nia
bedside and a niece. Mrs. Loueiia
Thornton, of Junction City, when he
died. Members of Meade Post, O. A.
R.. were the pallbearers.
Justice Marries Couple.
Ida V. CJillutt and Albert C. Furtney,
of Multnomah county, were married
Mondav by Justice of the Peace Barn-
son, c. H- uaraner anu wn we ium
Mm III mi wmWiM fell
' OREGON CITY TEAM
L do one ran tell wba. tbe fo-
bulds for us."
. . lk.Ua
Etll. I think I can leu eouwioiua
k, oitf ef bustling Uke tbe
Los ut raise V rent of tbat amy
les, among them being Cuba, Mo., his
Clarence Kcheurer. of Aurora. Mlsa Katie P. Bpagle
in this city Moiiuay on nis way nome
from The Dalles, where be attended
the county fair I here. He reports
moat successful fair 'with large
Mra. Wink, who has been In the
"RtTVlhce tirTTpHaT. where ahe un
derwent two surgical operations, 4
I Improving, and It la thought by the
attending physicians tbat aha will oe
able to leave for her, home at New
Kra In about twoweeks.
Adolph Joehuke, of Mount Pleas
ant, la III at the home of Ma parents.
Mr. Joehnke underwent several surgi
cal oeratlous at the 8t. Vincent Hos
pital, and It waa thought be wmj
fWed a Ve'l.'S :d,;..dId"L"U.s line for a touchdown ,n the first Ave a Tidily apread. the toul vo.um.
s..tsttit.at txt IllHV. At IUS VUU VI tUV B II UL IlVslI 17 uvsa - j -
m at Quarter the- ball" wa. again in t While pracUcany-allerests-are
THe Prettiest Plcttif es
rlo not alwavi indicate the best lookina ffarment. ArtisU have the knack of making an ugly garment look
j v v
well in picture.
But if vou'll "come heie and look at these garment," you'll see that the illuitrauont do not do them-jus-
tice. The "Palmer Garment" label tells the quality story the style shows for itself.
On the Ift we show a misses DODular-priced coat, made from a gray mixture. The large sailor collar
. . .. ft I. V 1 .1
1 ; W.rV witK . Kanrl nf hlack satin and buttons. Coat sleeves nave deep cuns. it is sugnuy
The central represents a child's single-breasted box coat of blue herringbone cheviot It's a nobbyJook-
ing coat-has fancy notch collar and cuffs, trimmed with red broadcloth, black satin piping and gilt buttons.
che to "or lu tha market for bop. ' v-J: CJ f K.vJna the coIUr and directoire reveres
. ... . ii . j soal hue. I tne purcnae b"""' - - - ne ffanneii on ure iiyiu s Kiiu-m.uvnn 6" -i 0 -
and come to the Falls Confectionery, a"' ,lu"- ,k. u,nd n.n m huvlni from band . . ... , , ,. , ...
73 Main street, and get the candy ""'f " 'aaV Oregon city , o mouth and are evidently testing trimmed with rows of black velvet Yoke and sleeves are lined wiw gray satin.
that la made fresh dally. The purest pr; m- ,h strennth of srowers' holding.
The Oregon City football team de-
TRADING ACTIVE IN
HOPS AT-33 CENTS
Tnit. In the boo market la unusu-
lly heavy. During tne past tu nours
feated the heavy Vancouver eleven by f,V i (mt ,ales have been sold.
..... ,. i-r t n HnnduT at Cane-1 ulva tova teen made generally on
...... .v. ... ,..n.r van. iha has Is of 33 cenU a pound for
man i-r. . . A remarW.ble feature of the
couver was played off her feet, and choice. A n a
Freeman croaaed the Vanoeuver goal market ,B tbat whH6 trade la lively
STAY AT HOME
Ingredients are used In tbe manu
facturing of our sweets. Our assort
ment will grow with your taste and
good Judgment of good candy. If we
haven t the ranrfv that von have hMin
used to having, bring ua a sample crossed tne
and see If- you don I get It. If you
U HchocnlMirn went to Carua.
lay, lu visit."
ilfred (iarler, of Clatrmont, M
litis clly Hundsy.
rs V K Bpence. of Ileaver Creek,
lo Oregon City Monday.
Muiimt of this city, went to
lino Sunday on business.
Lntaln J. P. Hhaw, of Mllwaukle.
In this city on business aionuay
r. i Iiiimi of Carua. waa
tag lhe Oregon City visitors Bun
re. John Adama and Mra. Allen
im visited friends In portiana
trs. J. P. Keating and two chll
were In this city Sunday visit
byiters, any style, at tbe Falls
tectlonery, 703 Main street.
beorge Uiwery, of the West Side,
it to Klilorado Sunday, where ne
nt the day.
Robert Hchoetiborn, who apent a
f days st Newjiort, returned to Ore
k City .Monday evening.
Lewis and Grace Anderson, of
tus. was In Oregon City Monday,
ping come here on business.
William J. Vaugban and 81m Una-
prominent horaemen of Canby,
rs In Oregon City Monday.
Miss Ray Klrbyson and Cells Klrby-
m, who live near Cams, were In this
ly Bundiiy visiting with friends.
William Qrlfflth, of this city, left
inday fur RHlley, Ida., In the Interest
mines In which he Is Interested.
Alonzo Alldrldge. who has been 111
w many months, has Improved so
he was able to be out Monaay.
Ray Scott left Sunday for Ogle
hmnlaln Mines, to vlalt the Fair
Ugh hrothera for several weeks.
Miss V.. (iolrfamtth has new novel
p In millinery arriving dally.
Mrs. H j. Digger, after visiting
'atlvea Ht Hrltlsh Columbia, has re-
fmed to her home at Oreenptolnt.
A. Roberison. a merchant of Bell
"xl. but formerly of this city, waa
Oregon city on business Monaay
Miss )a .el Francis returned from
It- Johns Monday morning, after
iwndli,.. Kumlav with Mrs. 8. W
Miss Sedonla Shaw went to St
lhnt Hiilurdiiv nlahL. remaining un
fl Bundny the euest of Mlsa Ilertha
William Harris, who haa been visit-
H rclutlvea at his old home In
Ms, hrtH returned to his home at
Mr. and Mra n- v. rrancls and
Yr. 8. A. (llllett went to Tualatin
piinaay. where they visited the form
1 s iirotnnr, L. J. Francis,
Ben Trenkman. of the'-Trenkmnn
'rdware Comnanv. of Portland, waa
n 'his city Monday, having come here
n Ms automobile. He waa guest of
naries y. pope.
r. W. 1 Nldlam went to Port
"nd flutnriiiiv n vtatt her brother.
plph Miirshall, who recently under.
rnt a aurglca operation at bt. vm
rni Hostiltal.. He Is Improving
Call on viia n riniitamith for your
F'l hnts, the latest and exclusive
Mrs. I. i. Pnri.. and Mra. L K,
Inrifn. whn attanitail tha Hoangle-Mc
Knight wedding at Corvallla, return
"i to Oregon City Saturday after
Aril Miiph.n -wall known real
nt Of Hnndv ' m,.a In HrPITOn CUV
""""lay. He visited at the nome oi
Mr, and Mra a v Rrrinture. of
Venth ml ll.l.nn atraata.
- u . v . , uu . n-y .
Mr. and Mra w J Ttaulton and two
""ilthters . Misses Helen and Hess
'nl Miss Cla Pratt went to Balem
Kinnsv. in .ha .niiiinn maanine
... . I ...Ull"..
D. C. lalmoO. .hlla nicking SD-
!)., at hu home Haturday fell from
1 kDnln traa mnA ranalved a SeVSrS
tfCOUU lUUlUUU.U. --- " , - .
Oregon Uty in dauger In tbl. Quarter. Recently on. or two w of hop
ine Voucouver team waa uuu were au. m v . , . 7 .,,.
maae yaruage against the local-. 35c a pound but gene r.l trade there
in lue luiro jua.r v,- - - ; 7- .k,i i..winaa taa
Vancouver line ior ore hh.iimuiuw"
,ou City. tb..d aud ls .core n. been i.ntne ac Vni
, . I 1M -.f II It U I tttr Mat mu V VCU UI vumw a- " " ar ; . . .
hwvfDt n iHt our tor.yo re ,,ll uuter.. mL. w tn lo & nound. according to
"lueUren m.nute. o. ,,., Noba wb.tever
i passing m m. d"""'"- -
. . it,a ji.Lini. nt l-allfornla.
uni; iws lusiu....... - v" ..... fh- mttrket Is
KKai ooys auiiug lue game. -- - "-""- -T7n. .mail amount
Id well auu iu- rl"V " ..ki- !... a few sales
ade at troc a pouna our
cordially Invited to come In and see
our display. 1 know It will satisfy
your fastidious taste and you will
keep coming. lwk for specials on
candy on Wednesday and Saturday.
You can't buy the candy In Portland
at the prices we axe making. We
want the candy business to stay In
Oregon City, and all we aak Is a visit
to the store and we know you will
With courteous treatment
goods we remain yours
Suppose you come today or tomorrow and look at all good coats and suits in stock?
OREGON CITY'S BIG DEPARTMENT STORE
....i.w wuim aaaiusi
iaiu. iue game waa well attended, have been m
V. 'ed IOr UW ,B,aVb.fcSa5wt 1. mixed with
tUv: ..-r,u- onntmental trade very dull and quiet
k.miin iturrv huu lataosvui av i - - . -
uuarler; F. Freeman ana "M"r 7- . -., .h n has already
i.alvea, and Long, fulluack.
The funeral of Mrs. Oeorge Motm clover. $8 to $9: oat hay, beat,
was held at the home of her daughter. ' mxf)A 9 t0 til; alfalfa, $11
ft . nn I lu A-a.
( . a 'I'VJ I ,111 v 1 1I K I vii . T . . -
Mrs. H. C. Painton.
iwiia Hundav afternoon, at
o'clock, the services being conducted
Miss Luis Spengler. daughter of
John SiHingler. of Corvallls. and alster
of Mrs. U. I lorter. of this city, was
married at Corvallla last Wednesday
Charles McKnlgbt. of Marshfleld.
The nupttala were aimpie oniy reia- ocioca. me eerv.ea ua.uB - -hlte 126 to 127.
Ives snd Intlmste friends or the cotv by Rev. k. r. iimnnrmau, J wittw Shorts 129 to $30: rolled
rartlng nartlea being In attendance, the M. K. church of thia c ty. aaalated I FEEIsnorti ,,
The ceremony was performed by tne by Rev. bergsiresser oi cracVed corn. $36;
ev. Jtell, jiastor of Uie Presnytenau iuge. uariauu "ZI". .,, ' to 33: 0U meal, $53;
church, of Corvallla. The or.de w dairy feed, $1.25 per
attenaea oy miss vamo i'i"' niun - - - - nnunda
of Corcallls. and Miss Myrtle Shonk- Ulos at the Crematorium, wlver . the 1M B0 t0 ,5.26.
wller. of Portland, while the bride- remalna were taken Many frlenda of v 'l'"-'"..
broomiirnen were E.
i . vriA w vki i a rr in 1 1 1 ii w. itiircu. asau au av-
hlte - marquetette over wnne storlum. r eraons irom -- v.. - - , (Buying) Hens, 11c 30. township S eoutn. range a earn; .
saUn. and her long tune veil wa roruanu, sua ui"j kn.ni 13c I E. D. Williams,
caught In place by orange blossomsj county, attenaea. ine norai mv""'"r.nwmon ranch eggs, J8c to
She carried a shower bouquet, oi were niagnuiwm auu
L KUrimt Fill A I TRIRIITF IS
i inru. iiuiuik iw
m IN WMurTllTMRS UflRSF
I nif IlilWa S IVliv-
ers of the English crop has already
paaaed out of the hanas oi growtrra.
prevailing Oregon City prices are
tirnipa .murine) Oreen hides,
Kc to 6c; saiters. Sc to 6c: dry hides. I140 CoW8
12c to 14c; sheep pens, zdo u 261 cows
WOOLr (Buying) 14o to 16c
Hay, Grain, Feed.
HAY (Buying) Timothy, $1$ to
8 Bulls .
9 Staka '.
136 Cowa .
148 Cows .
89 Hogs ....
355 Hogs ....
520 Hogs ....
10 Hogs ....
457 Lambs -..
476 Lamba ..
1178 Ewes ...
REAL E8TATE TRANSFERS.
J. C. and Helen Wageman to Brown-
dale Farms Incorporated, 35 acrea
of section 30, township 3 south, range
1 east: $1,600.
a lira and William Hunt to Sarah
lindon. 80 acres or section a,
Hie the bride- remalna were taken. Many menaa oi '""""'I' PouitPv Eqqs. O.London. 80 acres oi secuim
McDevltt and Mrs. Morse attended the funeral ser- m.TTBJtlL (Buying) Ordinary township 4 south, range 1 east; $1.
UIII IM.K eaa I III I 1 iubvi i - .
John Wlthycomb. I vices, and it waa necessary . - - - fancy Uttit) mn ,e(?ates of w r. oo-
The bride was beautifully gownen three cars to lane tnera w u v. ..- " - 80c t0 S5c.
bride's roses. The bridesmaids, ine
Misses Shonkwller snd Danamann
were attired In pale blue marquesette
nd carried shower bouquets oi wnue
carnations. The Soatigler home was
bower of cut flowers ana terns. Al
ter the ceremony a wenaiog oreu
fast waa aerved. Mr. and Mrs. Mc-
Knight left on the afternoon train tor
Newport, where they spent their hon
eymoon, and returned to Corvallls
Mondav.- They will attena me mr-
i LIVE WIRES TO HEAR
Cross will speak on the old
-Oregon ranch eggs,
DRIED FRUITS (Buying)
Prunes,. l-4o to lOfte; peaches, 10c.
SACK VEGETABLES Carrots.
$125 to $160 per sack; parsnips,
$L25 to $1.50; turnips, $1.25 to $1-60;
POTATOES Beat buying, 1 l-c
ONIONS Oregon, i.au v'
H. E. Cross will speak on tne o.a -:"7tr JtaIr. per hundred
rl..e of two of their attendants. Miss canal .nd locks at Livestock, MeaU. -
Danamann and . Mr, Mcia which rt t BEEF (Live welght)-Steers. 5o
!. hl ",,l"."rr..hT R esent c;na. and loci, were con-LndBV4c: COws. 4V4c; bulls. 8 1-Jc.
lomiirmw. wi. ..-. h Will take . trm Ra to
...in in-uaw haa Miinwinr amv iui i niriHini, pu, . i vkai-l,kivos unt
" . . i a tUai rairnrninr wnai i
Marshfleld, their future home, wnere a u.ne.m.t .n- 13c. according to grace
Mr. McKnlght Is an attorney. The the canai . mttttdn Sheep. - So an Stto
a.. .a.lm. I s. 1 . 1 1 rl r Dl II . I MIIV infill Illnll J viuvi I w
wedding g n.. w '-; . ho -as emplay,
sn ev det.ee of the esteem In which the canal and lock. ha. given Mr. HoG3126 t0 140 pound hogs, 10c
the bride and bridegroom . are held. Cross notice . mai n
The brlds was born and reared in ductlon. must be correct or they will
ue cn'"a' .
The luncheon will be served at the
Commercial Club by the ladles of 8t
Corvallls, where she was one oi ine
i..tin musicians, and has made
.n. friends In this city, while visit
ing her sister, Mrs. i l rmui, ..u
has also taken part In many enter
tainment here. Mr. and Mrs. Mc
Knlght are graduates or tne vre..H
Agricultural College, wnera m; m.
CROSS AND TOOZE IN VERBAL TILT
(Continued from page 1.)
on lambs, 40 and 6c.
and lie; 140 to 200 pounds, 10c and
LIVE STOCK MARKET WEAKER
The Enterprise has a position open
for you. Call at once.
CHARLES McCORMACK BURIED
Funeral of Mount Pleasant Man Held
at Baptist Church.
Rev. 8. A. Huyworth, pastor of the
...,.!., nh.irrh officiated at the funer-
aaaaaBaBBaaaaaataaaaaas ..aaaaaaataiaai I nnPlini VIIHU."! t - - - --
I -i .1.. iaa fharlea McCormaCk. of
I, given by the council ana a i.ant. which was held at
ary board walk must be nun- . . - cHurcn Monda- ,fternoon
as possible for tne ueneni oi i ... , crowf,ed with many
dent, of the block, betwen Eleventh Thehurchw.j. Rev.
r"::.t. of the Property of huyworth and J.wia-r
Messrs. Howell. Hoffman, Rlssberger
and Roland for . street Improvements
were reduced upon complalntof-the
owners. The contracts for a culvert
on John Adams street and the sewer
In district No. 9 were approved.
The Oregon" Engineering V Con
struction Company was Instructed to
complete the cut In front ot Frank
Rptter's property within thirty days
so he could erect a retaining wall.
- Are you subscriber to the Morn
ing Enterprise If not you should call
and let us your name on the sub
scription list Immediately , ,
-i .i art ions, among, them being,
,.fM Pa l.h. Thinks IT6 To Thee." and
m, tha Weary." The pallbear
era were friends of Mr. McCormack.
The interment was In the Mountain
m.j.i.M Council Meeta Tonight.
The Gladstone Council will hold an
Important meeting una eveinus-
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 81, 1911
increased 8upply Of Hogs With An
Receipts for-the past week have
.. follows: - Cattle 8,079: calves
.nr.. i i bio. ahenn 7.819.
6V, llr. i i r ,
The steer marKet ior tne weea waa
a ni niinriHr iv.i w u " ar
ts . . .... it. A
ceding week, but Duyera ujor uv m.
supply readily at the lower quota
tions The cow market wa also a
quarter lower, although one sale waa
made within 15c of the top of the
week before. Calvea sold at a good
price with the regulation $7.60 for the
The hog market showed an Increas
ed supply from local territory and
prices throughout the week were
fairly steady. One top lot of hogs
sold at $7 80 and one smooth lot,
sveraglng 195 pounds. Bold for $7.6o.
overweight hogs sold for $7.
Tbe sheep market waa heavily sup
.ld and althoup.c there were practi
cally 2,000 less than the week prev
lous buvers' found themselves well
stocked, and the top aale or lamba
wia 25"- lower Mian the bes sals
of last week. Wethers sold at about
the same money as quoted In our last
lotto n.1 awes sold around $3.
The following sales are represents
EsteMa Bchllcker, land In Clackamas
Hilda Tooze to Vanda Walters, lots
7. 8. 9. 10. block 2. U. T. loose auui
tinn to nrnn Cltv: $10.
United States of America to kwib
" . . I . . n IT
Rannev. leu acres u -'"" i
tnwnahtn 3 south, range 6 east
trrn.nt snd Maitttle Matthlel to Anna
Howell, land In section 27, township
south, range 2 east; 11.
Hnrh M. Ptis-h to W. F. Harrie. 40
acres of section 11, township 3 south.
range 2 east; $800.
FORUM OF THE PEOPLE
Morning Enterprise, Oregon City.
To the Editor: It la a hard matter
for an old-line Republican to remain
silent over the political breee created
bv the Inaugent mogual La Follett and
his half-breed followers who are
much Hike the hunter who routed a
bear In the timbered woods of his
native state and after giving It a
shot became ao frightened at his
commotion or the sound ot his gun
he clasped his arms and legs around
close to the ground of a near-by tree.
His companion hearing the racket,
came to the rescue. Inquiring "what
"I am up tnis tree ana win m
come down until that bear la ahot,"
was the reply . meanwhile Imagining
.hat he ,was safe from bear's teeth
up among the branches.
Ukewlse It Is With LftFollett. He
Is hugging the trunk near the roots
of the Republican tree wun a ueiu-
leal son he returns to the fold. About
the only way for him to get votes for
the presidency will be to organise an
Insurgent party, then by going through
the canvaaa he will be wiped out
entirely lite the Greeley, Grats.
Brown. Carl Schurts party ana tne
Populist party, ending In a complete
wreck. LaFollett will find out that
he Is small fry beofre ha succeeds
In kncklng out the Republican party.
The Republican party has alwaya been
national party, knowing wnat waa
cecessaiy to be done to perpeiuaie
this government as founded upon tbe
haals of civil and religious liberty, and
have always gone forth with their
work with a will. It passed the home
stead law. the pre-emption bill, tbe
timber bill, tree claim law, tne gold
standard law, giving us the best
money In the world, tbe Panama Dili,
all the time being fought by the
Democracy which never haa enacted
a tsw that would benefit the common
wealth and Instead when In power
would almost universally bring dis
tress upon the country. The Repub
lican party has always gone ahead
with might and main to perpetuate
and benefit the country, while the
destructive combative functions of the
Democracy were uppermost tn their
procedure. No party ever existed oi
will ever exist In thla country that
did or will do the beneficial work that
the Republican party has done, hence
It Is useless for any faction of men
to try to nut them out, as every time
an attempt Is made to roll them under
they co.ne out on top.
ORIN A. CHENEY
wins prize fox so::g
Kenneth Woodward, son of Mr. and
Mrs. R. E. Woodward, who took part
In the contest at the Shively opera
house Saturday evening, was awarded
the $5 given for the contestant re
ceiving the moat applause. Tha lad,
who la only eleven years of age, haa
a One future as a singer. His voice
la rlear and sweet, and his rendition
of "My Dream of the U. 8. A." fairly
captured the audience. . This Is the
second time tbe boy nas won a con
test of this kind. The diamond ring
in the Toting conteat was won ny
Mary Ferguson, of Clackamas
BROTHERHOOD MEETS TONIGHT.
The Congregational Brotherhood
will meet at the Congregational
church this i evening. There will be
speechmaklng and music, to be rot
lowed by a banquet eenred by the
Idles of the church. This will be the
first meeting since the summer. The
election of officers will be held.
Our greatest clubbing offer. 1 The
Morning Enterprise by mall and the
Weekly Oregonlan. both until Novem
ber 1, 1912, for only $3. Offer closes
October 31. 1911.
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aia nhantoim of hone. Imagining that
ia .in. anions- Ha branches, while
his followers are standing around
uh Kiomi in their eye forever. La-
had the presidential bee
buirlng tn his ear since he entered
the United States senate tne last,
time, believing that rf he could only
annihilate the Republican party and
its high tariff that the Democracy
would take him for a second Bryan
and nominate him for president In
1912. But he will never know where
he Is at until he falls from hla pre
sumptions position. The Democracy
will not support him. neither will tbe
Republican party unless like tbe prod-
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