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MORNING ENTERPRISE. WEDNESDAY. OCTOBER 11. 1911.
OREGOW CITY, OREGON
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CONTRACT ADVERTISING RATES
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tun paper mttT Ukaa first pac. par took
nrm InearUun IS
Hum papa othar .haa fra( paaw, par kaoH
know th history of Ohio politics b
. Inn tug with th yar 183 eaa not
help but wonder when corrupt k In
politic began to b t source of worry
, to McLe..
Of course, the Knqulrer U opposing
progressive constitution. Of court
it is fight in bouklr to shoulder wttn
other Interests against the election of
delegates to the constitutional conven
tion pledged to the Initiative and Kef
erenduin. It Is possible that sums fu
ture legislature, may be open to the
kind of argument necessary to securv
repeal of t direct primary law and
of course It would Mot be hard to con
vine such a legislature that the own
er of a certain five-cent Cincinnati
lea 1 morning dally la the proper man tor
I'nlted Slates Senator. Hut that pos
sibility will cease to exist as soou as
the Initiative and Referendum be
come part of Ohio' fundamental law.
riutocratic papers were some
ago exploring the case of an Orvson
judge named Coke. It seems that In
a murder case Judge Coke chargvd the
jury In a way that resulted in ac
quittal of the prisoner. Some persous
did not approve of the verdict and
started a petition for Judge Coke's re
call. Of course, the recallrs failed
to get the required 25 per ceut of the
voters to sign. Few voters will sign a
recall petition without understanding
that there Is sufficient cause for it.
and in this case the sufficient cause
seems to have been lacking. But
while the attempt to get signature
wss being made, the plutocratic press
began, to make statements giving read-
varttatn at lie tu tc aa inch, aacars- era the Impression that the recall of
te special condition, corarnlnc the jU(j.ge coke was an absolute certainty
and then proceeded to argue from this
how Iniquitlous a measure the Recall
was thus shown to be.
Now that the actual result of the
test has been to prove how ground
less are the objections that have been
urged against recall of the Judiciary
It is interesting tj note that none of
the papers- which went Into fits over
Judge Coke's p .'. x-t've "martyr
dom" has yet lnformeot aders of
the outcome of that case. What la
more. It will probably be a long time
before the New York Times, Philadel
phia Ledger, or other papers of that
Wnd.-wtll do a In a manner thatwltl
enable readers to learn the whole-,
truth. That shows that extreme cau
tion Is necessary before accepting at
face value any account published In
these papers of the practical working
of progressive measures.
(morale Ite ar ttna; t raawlar aavar
iai is Hna.
Waata. Fr Sal. Te Rani. ate., en
ami a wr flrart sawxttan: owe-half ean
Rata for aawtkalaa ta ka Waafctr
BbtrprM anil ha th aaua as In ta
allr. for aoTrerttaecaMt ant
tar the weakly. Hi th aavarti
at lraarrrr1 from tlx oalty te IK. aaa.
if. without cwaaa. the rate wlU ha Se
an taoh far turn the papar. an4 IS an
tact far apaoaal poaioom.
Caah ehouM arrotnpaay ar4r ahai a
party la uaknearn to bautnaa affta af
Lsa a4vrttaB at lal 4rtfcn
""treua advarttatna and special traaatant
Ftr Bala" aad Bankrupt Bain
. tptanenU Be Inch first Inaartioa
mmml aaaartiwi aaaa matter St two.
5iw Hotm and wall wrifaaa nitfalan
af aaertt. with tntamat to locnl rannatw.
arfN ha sladly accepted. Ratted .nana
raturnad uiuna aereaapan-
aalpu nanrar rat
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CITY OFFICIAL NEWSPAftH.
THf MORNING ENTERPRISE
Is oa sale at the following stort
. Try day;
Huntley Bros. Dn,'
J. W. McAnul' Cigars
STeotb and slain.
alaia near Sixth.
f. K. Duna Confectionery
Next door to P. O. '
City Drug Store
EH ec trie HoteL
Seventh and Q. Adams.
Wall St'eet wanU the world to dl-
sympathy with It, but nothing
Oct 11 In American History.
184 Harrk-an la Uavana harbor
wrecked three French and four
teen Spanish men-of-war and sixty
18C5 President Andrew Johnson or
dered the release of all captive of
ficials of the former Confederacy
except Jefferson DavUT-
1890 Danghters of the American Rev
olution orgs nixed.
190O Colooel Richard Elenry Savage,
soldier, author, traveler and scien
tist, died: born 1846.
(From noon today to noon tomorrow.)
San sets 622. rises 6 .04: moon rises
725 p. m.; 2 a. m.. moon at perigee,
nearest earth, dlstsnt 22S.S00 miles:
12:44 a. m, moon In conjunction with j
xiars, passing rroui went to esse m
the plsnet, 4 1-3 decree north thereof.
- tolf must ba-dull and Insipid
game to Uncle Joe Cannon after sev
eral terms as speaker of the House.
Alfonso Is uneasy. His subjects are
quite a little more so
Begins to feel like football weather!
This happened at the last County
Fair. The attendant at one of the
local merchants' booths was busy
handing out advertising cards to the
children and samples of medicine to
their parents. Along csme a woman
who was surrounded by eight chlldreu
of various ages. The desr lady looked
as If she was having the time of her
life and bustled up to the booth with a
smile and the question. "What have
you got for nothin'T" The attendant
handed her a smsll package and said
a few words about the value of the
medicine and she went away very
happy. In about an hour a very dif
ferent looking woman came back to
the booth. She gave the man In charge
, a beautiful curtain lecture on the
One of the beneficial results of the I topic of "pokin fun at women," and
Ohio direct primary law is that it has I said that it was s mighty good thing
(BT EDGAR BATES.)
CANDIDATES AND STATUES.
entirely destroyed sll that was left of
the chances of one John R. McLean
becoming a United States Senator. No
one knows this better thsn McLean
himself. Through the columns of his
paper, the Cincinnati Enquirer, he is
indulging In wails of distress over the '
great misfortunes In store for the na
tion from direct primaries and other
forms of direct legislation.
One of the great evils he professes
to see Is the spread of corruption.
Such a complaint Is "to lauch" when
"for that sleek look In' young feller
that her man was to home." A rather
smusing discussion took place, but the
woman could not ' be pacified and
finally went on her way muttering that
It was "real smart of that fresh city
chap to give me a bottle of liver
Between seven and ten In the eve
ning the benches in the Seventh street
square don't seem to be occupied like
tht-y were before the public fountain
the center of the nark. 1 It a case of
being too cold or a little too much
light to suit the bench warmers who
used to fhck thr In twos' and two's
snd two's and more two's.
a a a
Tis about time that "m" digs
down In the old trunk and pulls up
some of thst winter uuderwear that
don't stop at the knees.
a a a
A sign In a local wludow says "hunt
ing season will open the 15th." Don't
think that this mean pheasants. Noth
doing for two war more.
a a a
A youug Qregxin City girl who Just
entered the University of Oregon
wrote to her parents that h- was
coming botuo uules they sent her the
Morning Kuterpris every morning.
She said that she was so home sU-k
that ah could hardly stand It, but If
sh received the Enterprise right
along so she could keep in touch with
all the happenings in her home town
she might b able to stick It out.
. a a
Clackamas county takes front rauk
among thos interested In the Capital
Highway. With plenty of suitable ma
terial at haud. an ldval location for a
rock-crusher promised at New Era we
are ready to betslu operations. Gov
ernor West sas t has a number of
convicts selected for transportation to
the scene of activity, and everythlug
seems to be ready. Let the good work
A Portland paper takes a half col;
umn to tell how people are packed
in cars like sardines on the return
trips on Sundays on the Oregon Elec
tric. We have the very same thing to
contend with every evening coming
out of Portland between & and 7
o'clock. ' Each car carries more than
twice the normal load, many persona
being compelled to stand sll the wsy
to Jennings or Meldrum. -a
What kind of a citizen do you think
you are? Ar you too busy to notice
the forward movement that is going
on, on .all sides of you? You know
that we have a new high school, but
have you visited or examined this
tution or learning?" . What do you
know of the public library? Have you
seen the beautiful new fountain In the
City Park? Have-you noticed the at
tractiveness of the McLoughlln Home
and the surrounding pretty lawn, with
the fountain, flower gardens, and
shrubs? Have you taken a walk about
the residential district of the city
since All of those street improvements
have been made? - Have you noticed
the lumber of new houses which have
been built lately, the majority of them
having beautiful lawns and.cement I
walks? Take an hour off today, walk
up the hill, look about and see what
a pretty town we really have.
We can hardly believe the report
that comes from our sister state on
the north. A man who was convicted
of a certain charge was sentenced to
serve a number of years In the peni
tentiary. Upon hearing the sentence
this man, who was out on bail, volun
tarily went to tb depot and purchased
his ticket and unaccompanied by any
officer or guard,' has started onThis
Journey to begin his sentence.
Motor That Whirls Aeroplane
Propeller Occupies Little Space
I I : "
fa man and Mmaa nff ihifAnl . -
-..r .paa ,
A bank account In an svldanc.
character, and a bank book sh.
rtgulsr dspeslt I the nastpon ta
opportunity and th hay t aucctss.
Enroll yourself a depositor hcVa
at one and bssam a member of tha
On dollar will start a ssvlnni account
The Bank of Oregon Gtv
OLDEST BANK 1H THE COUWTT 1
n f). ijTtURrmi
THE FIRST NATIONAL BAT,
of OREGON CITY, OREGON
Traaaa.tt tanking Buelneaa.
Photo eg Anarlcan Praa association. - ' k
UE aeroplana, Uk th aotomoMIe, owes Its xltnc to tb wonderfni
Improvement mad In recent years In the gsaolln engine. Without
then powerful and comparatively tight motors tbe modern autuiuo
bile and th heavier thad air flying marnine would be impoasibi
Tbe picture above shows a detail of tb propeller used by Urebsme-Wblie,
the English aviator now in tb United Mtatns, and th manner in which It la
driven byth Unom motor. This particular ngibi small though It Is, de
valops svnty horsepower. Th striking feator of th Unom motor la that
tb Tyttnders sr irrsn ped to s Tlrcl rasTMd or in on or two rows. n i.
much ligbtvr tn' proportion to th power developed Ibsn the other type of
f 1 15 to $1 50; turnips, 1 1.3ft to 1180;
heeta, 1 60
I'OTATOKH Ut buying, 1 He
ONIONS -Oregon. fVSS to 10 per
hundred; Aiixtrallan, 13 per hundred.
IlEEr (! wlght) Slr, Bo
and &V; cows, bulla, I 1 lo.
VEAI Cslva bring from to to
13c. according to grsd
ML'TTON-8hp, c an . JHe;
lambs, 4c and Se.
HO;i-i:i to 140 pound hogs, 10c
and lie; 1(0 to 200 pounds, lOo and
COOPEHS HOLO REUNION.
Two Birth Anniversaries Ar Observed
At 0Habtful Mtlng.
A family reunion was held Hundsy
at the home of Mr. and Mrs. R. C,
FooperTln "honor'of lh fl f I UOTMrfbT
"djy siinlverasry of Mr. Ciper
and of th first birthday .an
niversary of his granddaughter,
Nellie Karon, daughter of Mr. and
Mrs I. K luron. of NrtUnd. Tb
ocranloh nss a moat enjoyable on,
and th houae decorations were of
Law, Deutnnh Advokat. will prae
tlo In all courts, make coUactlona
prla Bldgv. Orncon City. Oregon 4
UILDER AND CQTStACTOR.
This Alaskan matter will certainly
have some bearing on tb next presi- j
dentin! election. This question Is one
of the really Important matters that j
will soon hsv to be settled in some j
way that will be satisfactory to all i
HARKT JOreS naflsor and General
Contractor. Estimate cbnerfntl;
g1ea on 'nil elaasss ef bwlldtBg
work, concrete wants as relaforr
concrete. Rna. Phone Maln.lt1
K. H COOPER, ro' fir Inaursne
and Rnnl Ratal Lot ns hnndle
rrmf properties e huy, 4e n4
ccksng. Offlcn In Bntrpr1s
Wlae fl rMnn rltv nraanw -
Secretary Fisher, I u
on his return from his trip of Investl- j MISCELLANEOUS.
gation, did not seem to have very
much to say but intimated that noth- i Notlc of Application for pool Room
Ing could be done Immediately. Taft j License,
says that Alaska will be opened soon. ! Notice Is hereby given thst the nn
This "soon" will not suit a large num- 1 derslgned will apply to the City
ber of people, who will Insist upon i tounell of orexon City. Oregon, nt i
action at once. Tbe outcome of the i
matter will be most Interesting. '
$11; mixed. 09 to III; alfslfs. f IS to
OATS -(Buying) Cray, :S to
t:c: white. $: to$:7.
FEED Shorts, 12 to $30; rolled
barley, 137.60; process barjey, 3S60;
whole corn, $35: cracked corn, $3;
wheat. $32 to $33; oil meal. $al;
Bhady Urook dairy feed, $Wt- per
FLOUR $4.60 to $5 16.
Butter,- Poultry, Eggs.
BUTTER (BuJIng) Ordinary
country butter. 25c to 30c; fancy
dairy, 30c; creamery, J0c to 35v
brlsbt colored dahlias. On of (he fea
tures wss the birthday dinner prepar
ed by Mrs. Cooper.
Those attending were Mr and Mrs.
U. JC-. lurun-snd daughlntV-NnlllnMr,
and Mrs. Kdsar Ingram aud tbr
rhildren, Virginia. va and Evelyn.
Mr. and Mrs. K. II. Coper. Kst
A CM. rM l U glvHMtt,!
Hall, (ilsdatone. nrt Pri4t nT
for tb liirfli f lo. ehatf
ChHstlan eimrrk .f that lwa k,
b under lb direction of 0w,il
rnr Woodrin. on of tk nihi
musicians of this city. Mua S
have already Ihm. uM, aa4 iWd
b a large attendsuo. rm
will partli lpai ar .u ktoikt
rlty. and bar apr4 hi
The following .r th. wnhw,.
will b given:
(a I "Military Hondo" ..... f
(bi-l'lUiiiwe-Mt - vjetorf.-: .
Miss Mrrtl Molina ui On i
u wHtrig I
Reading T) lladng of Titar'
Miss KuU SrhttH j
Vcal tk and Violin Ofcltntt j
"B'sg Mt T fc
..Mrs. Fre.1 T Bmlik. fnt
Bngr (vMilla). I
Mlas Kvsdn HmtImb. i
la) "Melody of U.v' ...gar
(b) -t0 th lloiilarard ..m
Vocal Holo "Th Trsrsir....Tmi
Mr. Victor Gsiut )
Reading ..... "Tb Mat
ATHLETICS ARE AIDED
BY DOYLE'S HIM
NEW YfUtK. tKt. 10. (Special.)
(iloom pervades th rank and flln of
(ilant supiiorters her today as n re
sult of an Injury lo Captain Larry
oyl. who Is out of th gsm with a
Wants, For Sale, Etc
Kclen andar Haai elaaalfiaa) tadar
wui b Uiaa(ed at an eeat a word fr
lnarllon. half a cent aditlllunaJ "y
tlnna. OW toarh ear. II ar mattl XaJ'
toco card, (t imaej (I par month.
Caah must aanaajs y eraar unl-aa ant
haa an aa a anoont with the ii-ar. N
flnaneta' raaponalblllty for err'-r: whan
arrrs ooenr frea eari't4 nHca will a
printed for pmlrem. Mlnimiim rbars lt
Us next regular meeting to l held
at the City Hall on th lit day of
November, 1911. at the hour of 8 p.
m. of said day, for n license to con
duct a pool room at No. 415. Main
street, Oreon City. Oregon, for the I
Quarter endlnar December 31. 191 1 I
The said pool room to have two
pool tables therein.
Dated at Oregon City, Oregon.
Oct. 11, 1911.
TOILTRI IHUyingl liens, 'lie .r.lnMl ,.u Tl,a fana fnar that
(to 12 He; broilers, 13c. ! m.yle will not recover In tlmn o parll-
EGGS Oregon ranch eggs. 28c to'rllllle , he morM, championship
3c- 'series with the Philadelphia Athletics.
Fruits. Vsgstsbl. i Nw Y),rk wwl)(, tt) materially weak-
I IRIED FRUIT8 (Buying i eiied without their crack aecond base
Prunes, on basis of S l-4c for 45 and I man.
5's; peaches, 10c. j -
BACK VEGETABLES Carrots. ! The Enterprisers a poslllon open
$1.25 to $1.60 per sack; parsnips, j for you. Call at one. ,
Miss Itess Plrktbart
(at "An Open Hecret"....'a
(bl "I Think" DTU.
Miss Juliet Cruaa. I
Piano ttilo I
(a) 'Walts In l FUl .l
(b) "llnmorest" :...pn
Mr. Oars r lnrnr Wow.
Mr, Frank Ihisrk
Two Coupltl 0t Llcsam ,
Marrlag llcenaes wr Imn1
lh folios Ing Tseadsy: Qieti
Jone and Clyde V. Andraos, tm
lnlion snd Charles MrChtrs. j
Rod Mn Inlt'st Tkmt.
Three rsndldstes wr ItllUKll
th W schema Tribe of M sal
n regular meeting Tuesday tn
After lb Initiation a soppsfH
and venison was served. '
Th KnterprlM hss a soaltloi m
for you. Call at one. j
one considers tbe source. Those wbowlth the lighted dome was placed In
Can Defy Rough
Weather Is the
Chief Need J
By CLENN CURTIS S. Veteran Aviator
WANTED Tourists and local people
to see my cl-II-hm Um of rrow-heaJn
coins, India.) trinkets, ild ntimji
and curios of i.: sorts Will bti
or sell in thu iiiie Mnvt tome koo'I
bargains in sef mid hand furnltii'o
and tools. Cor5- Vounr, Mali-. -i.,
IT in OBVIOUSLi' APPARKNT that the aeroplane wl.icl.
will be -of the OKEATJ--ST value te MILITARY (if;.
, GANIZATIOXS is the oik; that ran o ojratcd un!cr any
and ALL WEATHER CONDITIONS. Tim i iia.ru im
portant thnn the inatu-r of carryinj cxiiivt'i, inuhimirh un the f-xjilo-eires
would be of no value for this purpoxf if there were no aero
plane to carry them in rough went her.
Under ACTUAL CONDITIONS of WARFARE there could
be no waiting until the weather conditions Furnld beeome favorable.
The military aeroplanes 'MUST I5E 'READY for IMMEDIATE
ACTION in any emergency. Such a machine would not only meet
the most IM POHTANT REQUIREMENT of MILITARY AVIA
TION, but it would alio be the mrwt useful machine for COMMER
If one army equipped with SPEED UI PLANES should en
counter an adversary having SLOW FLYING, weight carrying
aeroplane and ROU01T WEATHER conditions should prevail the
resultant advantage to the array equipped with speed machine would
I would eummarize the points to be taken into consideration in
,f determining the beat type of military aeroplane as follows, naming
each point in the order of it importance according to my views:
DEGREE Or SAFETY WHEN OPERATED IN ROUGH WEATHER.
SPEED IN. ALTITUDE CLIMBING,
'- SCOPE OP VISION. OP OPERATOR AND PASSENGER.
FACILITY ,POR ALIGHTING ON EITHER LAND OR WATER AND
RISING PROM EITHER LAND OR WATER.
FACTORS OP SAFETY IN DESIGN AND CONSTRUCTION.
WEIGHT CARRYING. '!
WANTED Live solicitors for
county. Liberal terms to
handle the Morning Enter
prise and Weekly Oregoiflan
during bargain period which
ends October 31. Call, phone
or write Circulation Manager,
Oregon City Enterprise.
WANTED Female Help.
WANTED Girl for general house
work; must be good Cook; good
wug-s. Phone Main 3041, or write
Box 4u!, Gladstone, Ore.
FOK 8ALE Suburban home of seven
acres, fine soil, all level, good road,
near school, 3 acres clear, balance
slashed, some wood, all fenced, tele
phone service, small cabin, Mont
Pleasant precinct, 2 1-2 miles from
Oregon City. Prlc f 1,000, small
payment cash, balance easy terms.
Frank Rotter, owner. Eleventh and
Monroe street. No. 1106, Oregon
City, Oregon, phone 3532.
FOR SALE By owner ten acres good
timber land on Clackamas Southern
railroad, two miles . from Oregon
Clty tlmttsorl "Highland road; all
level; $165 per acre. Address Ore
gon City, Route No. 3, Dox C3.
FOR RENT OR FOR SALE 4f acre
farm 2 miles northeast of Oregon
City; sale price $6,500; rent, price
$100 year Inquire Mrs. Lilile
Aune, 1 f 1 4 Center street.
LODGING HOUSE to rent. House for
sale. Inquire 213 Fourth street, Ore
FARM LOANS. '
Farm LOAK&ft miar
Lawyers, Oregon City, Or,
O. Di sTBT, Aturay-t-Lw. Money
lewaed, abstracts furnished, land
rJtU xaaalsd. ( settled, a
rml law frusta s Over Bask M
Cttr. ' .j-
HAS FINE PROSPECTS
There Is Increanlng business In the
potato trade so far as shipping Is con
cerned, hut lors I - transaction are
- Buying for California account Is pro
gressing around $1 per cental f. o. b.
country shipping points for best qual
ity. This means practically 95c In the
There Is not a great amount of plots,
toes offering at this fjme because a
large amount of the. early crop has
not fully ripened. The quality is ex
cellent while the crop Is fair. 8lr.es
are good and taken altogether the
early crop is all that consumers can
wish for except quantity.
Ho far as late potatoes are concern
ed, the prospects are unusually good.
Tests made by digging at various
points In the Willamette Valley show
that the crop has already reached ma
turity and the only thing needed now Is
a good frost wbi-n will ripen the tu
bers. The bIzch of the late potato crop
are said to be the best produced In
this state during the past few years.
Prevailing Oregon City prices are
HIDES (Buying) Green hides
6c to 6c; sailers, 5c to Cc; dry hides.
12o to 14c; shiep pelts, 25c to 7$e
Hay, Grain. Feed.
HAT ( Bnyingt Timothrr $15 to
$16; clover, $8 to $9; oat hay, best,
REACHING OUT FOR
trftEN A SOHL'rU AttornyMt
We have the best at low
est price. Lay in
Korrsct Poultry Food.
11TH AND MAIN STS
' Oregon City.
Every effort to attract trade helps,
even if it only draw s a child's wish
for candy.' Electric light for wind
ows and signs should be given a
chance to be useful Every mer
chant can now get double electric
light at no increase in cost for elec
tric current by using MAZDA
have them and will be glad to
you about them. '
& POWER CO.
MAIN omCE 7h and Alder Streets