Morning enterprise. (Oregon City, Or.) 1911-1933, October 11, 1911, Page 3, Image 3

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New Creations in
Ladies' Coats and Suits
Just received by express another shipment of beaut
iful ladies' coats and suits direct from New York.
Coats with the popular large collars and cuffs. Plain
tailored and fancy weaves. A beautiful assortment.
See Our Wiodowi. Suspension. Bridge Corner.
fur the arrest and conviction
of miv person or persons, who
unlawfully remove copies of The
Morning Knterprlse from the
premises of subscribers after
paper baa n placed there br
V carrier.
Whit He Qivea.
Ilr ii.-vr glvee
Il w I f auy-
-I .lloUlJ MJ
You arc
ruug "
"What do-Sl be
rt berT
Mrs. Ingram, of Carua, waa In thl
Ity Tuesday.
E. J. Kropf, f Oklahoma, wn In
ita city Tuesday.
Mr. C(Mk. the merchant Of Mullno,
;wii lu this city Tuesday.
John Mulvaney. of Liberal, waa In
Oregon fit y on Tuesday.
A. I. Jones, of Eldorado, waa In
ormon City Tiily.- -
Oyaters. any style, at tbe Falls
Confectionery, 703 Main street
Juhn Rvana. of llazeldale. made a
business trip to Oregon City Tuesday.
Mrs W. p. ftreen la very 111 at her
home on Seventh and Center streets.
I'hlllln t Hlnnntt. who haa been to
Ask-m. ha returned to Oregon City.
Mr. and Mrs. II. Hattman, of ghubel.
were In this city on business Tues
Mr. Klnor. who recent lr arrived tTOm
Sweden, has accepted a position at the
ioiies tinlg at ore. ,
Mr XJL'mlllttiifrAr fnrmarlv lif thla
city, lint now of UlKhland, was In this
city on business Tuesdsy.
Try our !&o. merchants' lunch, at
th Kail Confectionery, 703 Main 8L
Mr a ii Vmtrhor. nf Vanrouver.
wan In thin eltv Tuesday vlslttug her
ilnti-r. Mr. J. K. Vntcher.
tfttrrv llmtLr iM.nillne- Sat-
iirHiiw iittil tliitiilitv at Klnwiwirt. return
ed to Oregon City Monday, evening.
Arthur Kingston, who recently ar
rived lu-rf. from Illinois, haa accented
t position us teacher In the public
school nt Concord.
rt I' link... MI l.uv. thla work for
Bay ocean on buHlneaa. Mr. . Baker
will go over the new line, which has
Just lii-en completed.
IV i k'tttiuiFV tin. rtt i h. wiill known
ranlili.tilu .f lluVl.aril mm In thla cltV
on Mnndny and Tuesday, registering
si me icitH trlo Hotel.
Mm t.,1... I I ..l mihn baa hn
" .v. AV- " " "
vlalili, r .. I I -n .1 ..i.ilifj.. In Inrt.
n.lKia III1.IJIIH ailU ... ...
land, pissed through this city Tuesday
on nrr way home to Cams.
Ml Klxle Rchoenborn. of Cams,
day visiting her mother, Mrs. Richard
BcnueniKirn. Hhe was accompaniea oy
her brother, Harry, who returned
Tuesday evening to Carua.
klrhnril u,.k,knKrkrn ahn haa hen
pending Neveral days at Newport, re
lumed to Oregon City Monday eve
ning. Mr I'harloa rwtaal.v l.fl TllHadRT
..... ,T j ...
morning for Independence, where siie
WHK fiilliiri I. u ha, .I..II. f tha fltlir-
V-nrild daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
rrank Swope, who formerly Jived in
t"!n oily. No particulars were receiv
ed ,r t.A ...... . . u nt.iA irlt-ra
"t iii7 i-aunn Ul lll -invi a... . -
leiith, which occurred Monday eve
"nK. The funeral was held Tuesday
Hev. J. n I jtndalinroiiuh. nan tor of
the Preabyterlan church, and A. R.
froat left Monday for Astoria, where
f Vino tittn.iai a v . Intiil DraaliV.
'"y. Mr. Frost, who was a delegate
in in genera nssemniy, wnicn waa
n'ld at Atlantic City this summer,
Itln.lA K I aa M.aaal akf ill.
--"... inn irillll.. wtlli:il wni wj
ereminur- ne turned to this dty
Monday evening, and Rev. Lands
hrotiKh Tuesday. The meeting waa
""Rely attended.
r. and Mra. R. Kenneth Stanton
nve gone to rowell River where they
H1 spend three weeks.
Il...n ol . at. In
....iiit-j o"ori, ui mn.ii iui " -
the city on business Tuesday.
Jul come to the Falls Confectionery,
"03 Main street, and get the candy
jw is made fresh dally. The purest
Krdlents are used In the manu
facturing of our sweets. Our assort
f'nt will grow with your taste and
J'Hid Judgment of good candy., If we
haven't the candy that you have been
U"1 to having, bring us a sample
Jn see If you don't get It- If, you
nsven't been past our store, you are
cordially Invited to come fh and see
"f display, I know It will satisfy
Jfir fastidious taste and you will
kfD coming. Look , for specials on
'andy on Wednesday snd Saturday,
"ou can't buy the candy In Portland
w the-prlcee we are making. We
v want tha ..ti. h...intaa to alar in
, 1
Ofon City, and 1I we sk Is a ylslt
to the store slid we know you will
coma bark.
With courteous treatment and good
mnI we re hi u 1 11 yours
r1 n. nviiGiVK.
Heart to Heart
Years aisu a raiuou riiinlnsl Iswyer
one of tin- llret klnhilgin jut Ken
tucky went to a ltsrkwokls rounty
seat Id Indian to ilvfeud a prisoner
Cbsrgel with nninlcr
lira wo by tbe fame of the orator,
bslf tbe cuuutryalde csuio to bear the
speech of tbe eminent counael a
speech that wss long remembered to
those parts.
If linn klnrldee bnd known.
Among tboae who aougbt to shake
bis band was one shy. homely, awk
ward youth to whom the apeaker gave
scarcely a glance.
Tbe boy was Abraham Lincoln.
Unknowu to the brlllluut Urecklu
rtdk'e. bla ecb bad awakeuvd lu tbe
ungainly youlb a purioe Ibot domi
nated all the future. As be tells us.
U wss st this time Lincoln deter
mined to be a lawyer.
He larked every thing.
Mo-t of all lie Incketl education. Hut
there was the aii-cailon.
Tliat aiiKKeHtlou liardeiied into s
fixed, unalterable purpoae h puriM-
which he hugged tv lata heart mid
would not let go
The hope of Us reull.iitlou -truck
Its root deep luto bl In-lng Home
tlmea It was wsteml l.v the teuin ol
dlaappollituieill; but. well plallled uutl
well nourished. It j:rew und bloanotneil
He went by a way he kuew not. but
wboae end be knew
It Is Bclentllleally true ttiat when de
sire become strong enough snd csuxee
deflulte suggentlon It Induces suatalned
and effei-tlve effort.
You ata.'gcat to )ourelf that you w 111
do this thing or tbut You slllrm
your Buggentlou over snd over. You
do not merely hope It. but yon work
at In. yo dream It. you will It to lt
so, and
You awaken old powers or new
ooes you knew not of. And thee
power work with you and for you.
waking or sleeping. Such Is tbe di
vinity within you that, having sug
gested the possibility of your deareet
dream, yoo go out and make It come
It works!
And that Is the beat proof thst It Is
Lincoln proved It
residential Nominations.
- The statement Is often made that no
man ever declined a nomination for
president. A convention of the Abo-litionl-t
party wss held In New York
city In November. 11". nnd nominated
John P. Male of New Hanip-IHre for
president nod l.elc eter King or Ohio
for Vice ft"nleul. Mr IliHe declined
the IM'IIHIiiltXHi. "nt !'" Hekel wn
1 ft .-! I tST.V I lie r'ree i!l
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An Englishman en "inBl'hmn.
In KngiMtid. while bvxki form re
strain and levels the ntnveniltien and
tbe army, tbe poor people are the timet
motley and ninnstng rre-tures in tne
world. TtH of bntnoroii" affec'stloiis
and prejudice- and twlat- or ironv.
Frencbroen lend to he alike, he,Biie
they are all aotdlers: l"rui-ns be-cau-e
they are all aomethlng w'e. pmr
bly poib-eroen. Kven Americans are
all something, though It is not easy to
say wlutt It Is. It goes with hawklike
eyes snd an IrrnMonsI esgernes-. Per
haps It Is es-ages Hut two Kngiisn
cabmen will he as grotesquely differ
ent ss Mr. Weller and Mr. Wegg -i.
K. Cheetertoa.
The Order of Preoedsnoe.
Tbe folr Engllsbwomnn looked pns
sled. "How do you manage." ebe ask
ed, "about going oot to dinners and
about pre-entstlons and all that eort
of thing). You have oo order of prece
dence, don s yon know."
"Oh. mletske not" cheerfully replied
the fair American. "We bsve. In
deed." . '
bsve not been able to discover It
Whst i the basis of ItT
"Oh. wo go alphabetically, don't too
know." New York ifes
Are you substriber to the Morn
ing BnterprlnT II not you should call
and let ne pu' your nemo on the sub'
orlptlon list UamadtateJ;
Ottoman Silk In Demand For Cast Ro
vers Coronation Ad Popular thsdo.
Ottoman silks era having a consid
erable vogue aa a trimming, being es
pecially used for collar facings and
rovers. Tbe big demand lu Paris bus
been for creuiu white, deep yollow.
Un end coronation red. Tbrao three
eolors have been uaed Id combination
with navy blue and black worsteds
and silks.
Among tbe novelty wslats are some
that have the lower portion made of
satin in the aame shade sa tlie suit
with which it la worn, such ss black
or navy blue, while the uper portion
is of white lace or diet net. embroider
ed In colors to harmonize.
Metal fringes are used on evening
dreeaee and dressy blouses. These
fringes are made from bullion cords
and are In both bright gold and ailver
and tbe darker antlijue metals.
There Is a greet feeling for bsvlng
all dress accessorlea to match, even
band bags following tbe fashion and
tbe uppera of aboee aa well ss stock
ings. In this" blouse the 'Olbson plait gives
a fullness that Is most deal ruble to slim
figures, but the sleeves snd bodice are
cut la one piece. Tbe aide plaiting Is
one of the newest features of the sea
This Mar Manton pattern Is cut In !
from M to 44 Inehas bust oiassuro. Bend
IS cants to thla oftlca. giving numbor. 7131,
snd tt will bo promptly forwarded to you
by mall. If In haats send an additional
two conl stamp for letter postage, which
Insures mure prompt d olivary.
The Crais For Colored Shoos Vents It
aalf In Posular 8hadaa.
xiia mllci of the fiishlonnble boot
makers la thnt the more vivid the
shoe tbe more fashionable the wearer.
There sre puuis ana s'l Ha-rn or
BLOOsa woan with b&isiu beiht likb.
deep purple, glowing cerise, brilliant
emerald green and flashing royal blue.
With white tailored suits these shoes
are particularly striking, esiiecially
when there Is a bat to mutch.
One white broadcloth' suit, semltal
lored, bnd brond collar of emerald
green and white striped silk. With It
was worn a broad sailor shaped hut of
emerald green felt with white kid
trimmings. Tbe shoes and stockings
were the brightest of emernld green.
Another black satin suit trimmed
with royal blue was worn with royal
blue satin pumps and atocklngs to
match. v
Of course these colored shoes sre
only for bouae and country wear. .
Here Is a moat attractive waist to
rear with a slightly rained skirt of
cloth or any suit materlnL The shaped
yoke Is portU-ulsrly becoming, giving,
ss It does, a long shoulder line.
This May Manion pattern Is cut In alias
for mlssra of fojrtarn. alxtsen and eight
aan vasrs of aa. Band 10 cents, to thla
office, giving number, 7132. and It will bo
promptly forwarded to you by mall. If In
toast a sand an additional two osnt stamp
for latter postage, which biauroe mors
prompt delivery.
- Equally Divided. '
She I bear that ya and Nellie are
married and happy. De-Tee, that la.
ike's happy and I'm married.
"Mary. I've Just been reading about a
New York family tbst bad the aame
nursemaid for alxty-two years."
"Qoodnessl She must bo acting as
nursemsid to that family In its sec
ond childhood. "-Eichsnge.
Our greatest clubbing offer.. The
Morning Enterprise by mall and the
Weekly Oregonlan, both until Novem
ber 1, 191 J, for only $3. Offer closes
October SI, 1911.
William ftone, of Rtdlaod, has pur
chased the livery stable at Fifth and
Water streets from E. R. Case. Mr.
Htone has leased his farm nt Kedland
for three yeara, and will take charge
of tbe stable at once. He eipects to
make Improvements In the barn and
will cater to nil classes of trade. Mr.
Htono has one of the finest farms at
Kedland, and baa been one of the most
successful farmers in tbe county.
Time Between Qcariers Will Be
Greatly Lessened.
Play Is Illegal If Molatkln Warrior
Fails te Held en to Ball Penalty to
Be Inflicted For Man Working Hid
den Ball Trlek,
The coming football season promises
to be -one of tbe most successful In
the history of tbe game. Tbe new
rules reduced tbe number of acci
dents to a 'minimum last, year, and
tbe rules as xow modified promise to
ellmlnato great deal of tbe danger
of players being hurt. v
There bave been no radical changes
made In the rules rroU those of last
year. A simplified wording of tbe old
rules la about all that has been done.
It waa tbe forward pass that csme
in for the most sttentlon from the
t-botoe by American Praae AaaocUtloo,
Ca.rra.iJia or lsadino wbhtbrk sbo
(Bonbrook will lead Michigan. Fisher Har
vard and Hows Isle
rulemakers, snd there le much specu
lation aa to whether In Ita new dress
ing It will be a Buccess.
According to the new rule, a for
ward pass la Illegal wben tbe player
receiving It falls to hold on to the ball,
Wbed a forward pass la declared
Illegal It ill be returned to the place
where It waa originally put Into play.
The aame goes on an uncompleted for
ward pass, -vhich la one that hits the
ground before being touched by any
player on either side.
Thla year wben a player catches a
forward pass the players on tbe de
fensive' can tackle hi in as soon as be
catches the ball TJnd?r tbe rules last
yesr be bad to wait till tbe man took
at least two steps. There were mucn
confusion and argument aa to whether
or not the rusher had taken two ateps
when the tackle waa made.
Another Important change In the
code Is that which lessens the time
between quarters. Last year the
players were obliged to wait so long
before resuming play that they be
came thoroughly chilled, .their muscles
stiffening and preventing tbem from
putting up their best game.
Now tbe teams will only pause long
enough between quarters to permit of
their changing of goals.
In the future. tbe umpire will keep
time Instead of the head linesman. In
the past wben a captain wanted to
rail a bait be had to go to the side
lines In order to poet toe linesman
so time cod Id be taken out The bead
llneeman will also Judge ell offside
plays Instead of only those made by
ends, ss heretofore, .
The ru'es also provide a penalty fot
the player resorting to the trick of
concealing the ball and such artifice",
which did not demonstrate any real
football ability. It was on a play
where he bad the ball hidden under
his Jersey thst Hudson, the Carlisle
player, won from FTarvard at Cam
bridge aome years ago.
Followers of the game ate of tbe
opinion that this will prove the most
Interesting season In years. ,
. i.f ' - epfi lr' I fw
do not always indicate the best looking garments. Artists have the knack of making aa ugly garment look
well in a picture.
But if you'll come here and look
tice. . The "Palmes Garment label
On the left we show a misses'
is trimmed in black with a band of
fitted. - ,
The central represents a child's
ing coat has fancy notch collar and
The garment on the right is a semi-fitted coat of gray mixture, having
trimmed with rows of black velvet
Suppose you come today
Meade Post, Grand Army of the Re
public, and the Ladles' Relief Corps,
which are making arrangements to
organize the sons of veterans Into
camps October 25, are especially anx
ious that persons eligible outside of
the city become members. ' There Is
no question that all the sons of vet
erans In the city will Join, but Is Is
feared that some of those in the coon
try will be slow In affiliating with the
organization. The Relief Corps will
ppolnt a committee Monday to meet
with the Meade Post committee, con
sisting of D. K. Bill, H. S. Clyde and
George A. Harding, to make final ar
rangements for the organization of the
camps. It Is expected that there will
be a membership a.t the start of more
than 100.
Get Acquainted.
Did you ever bave a telephone con
troversy or a dispute by mall with a
man whom you bad never met? And
after "blowing him up" and probably
classifying him In your mind with tbe
undesirables did you ever meet that
aame person face to face and Und him
charming. most agreeable fellow to
deal with and gentleman whom yoo
Were glad to know? We are touching
elbows every day with honest, altru
istic, congenial people. If we could
once break through tbe bard crust of
the outer or public man or woman and
get at tbe real person who looks at
himself In tbe glass earn morning
bow much more worth while life
might become.
Aa a 6ort et Light Training.
Cpgardon-Tour cousin Is a prac
ticing physician. Isn't bet Atom He
has discovered one or two specifics for
cancer. 1 -believe, but be hasn't set
tled down to regular prsctlce yet
Most farmers have commenced to
dig their potatoes although some, of
the tubers are still green.
Jim Mitts has been trying to get
teams to haul grain, but haan't suc
ceeded very well as everybody Is so
' School opened .Monday with a very
good attendance.'
Prof. Jake Mitts opened his school
Thnrsdsy with an attendance of 18
pupils but hopes for more.
School has commenced at Dryland
with Miss Ruby Toedmeler as teaoher.
Mr. and Mra. Oanske visited at
Charles Harnack'a 8unday.
Lucy Mitts called on Miss Edith
Harnack Sunday . .
Mrs. Rozella Lemons and son,
Deney, left lsst Sunday for their home
In Medford after a long visit with her
parents at Macksburg.
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Prettiest Pictures
at these garments, you'll see that the
tells the quality storythe style shows for itself.
popular - priced coat, made from a gray
black satin and buttons. . Coat sleeves have deep cuffs, k is slightly
. '
single - breasted box coat of blue herringbone cheviot It's a nobby-look
cuffsl trimmed with red broadcloth,
. Yoke and sleeves are lined with
or tomorrow and look at all good
Mrs. John Hart and daughter Asa
lea, were Oregon City visitors last
Mrs. Vorphal and son, Walter, went
to Oregon City Monday, returning en
tbe evening train.
Mr. and Mrs. C.i C. Clausen left
Tuesday morning for Portland, where
they expect to live this winter. Tbeti
son. Caral, la going to school there.
Mrs. J. F. Eckerson left Tuesday for
Portland to spend a week with
her sister who haa Just returned from
Eastern Oregon.
Fifty hogs and three calves were
shipped from the Southern Pacific
depot Tuesday morning.
Mrs. M. T. Mack and little son,
Keith. Were Oregon City Tisltors Tues
day morning, returning In the eve
ning. CLARK ES.
Miss M. Schelly visited her sister,
Mrs. Henry Kleinsmlth, last week.
Mr. Wettlaufer waa In town last
week. . 1
Mrs. A as torn, of Canby, is teaching
tbe Timber Grove school.
The Clarkes new school house Is
finished. School will Btart Monday.
Eugene Culnmins has started his
H. Rogers Is hauling lumber for P.
Mrs. Buol and her son Otto were in
town Vast week. -
Edward Hettman was In Portland
on business last week.
Joe Wallace Is balling hay In Col
ton. Frank Ringo Is In Clarkes.
Watch Out
illustrations do not do them jus
mixture. The large sailor ' collar
black satin piping aad gilt buttons
the collar and directoire reveres
gray satin.
coats and suits in stock)
. (Continued from page L) '
tne Portland Railway, Light A Power
Company, Hawley Pulp ft Paper Com
pany, Crown-Columbia Pulp ft Paper
Company, and the Oregon City Woolen
Mills. All of these corporations will
have claims for damage and the
amounts tbey ask for may have some
effect iu determining the route to be ,
Tax Amendments Deferred. ,
Tbi Live Wires Intended to take up
the question of tbe various tax amend
ments at Tuesday's luncheon, but the
time was more than occupied with a
discussion of tbe different phases of
new locks and the matter went over
until a later meeting.
O. D. Eby's resolution urging the
County Court to levy a tax of one
quarter mill for the support and main
tenance of the Clackamaa County Fair
and the State Fair exhibit will be
acted upon at the weekly luncheon next
- Mrs. J. Donovan entertained a few
friends at her horn Friday evening at
Willamette. The house was decorated
with autumn leaves and Chinese as
ters. A delicious luncheon was served.
Those attending were Mrs. M. P.
Chapman, Mrs. R. E. Woodward, Mrs.
G. J. Howell. Mrs. Dave Catto, Mrs.
Pauline Schwartz, Mrs. Roy Wood
ward, Mrs. Ray Forsberg, Mrs. George
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