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MORNING BNTEKPRI8K. SATURDAY. 'OCTOBER 14. 1911.
OREGON CITY, OREGON
E. K. ROCHE. Editor and Fwbllhr.
aa ai aoaUaa aaattae Jea-
at the peat Am at Oraeaa
unfa, maw u Act or
On of Mr. Tift beat imU with
Republican la th opposition of the
Democratic Now York World,
" woo. i
Mr. Rockefeller It speadlng 11.000,.
000 adding ton bedroom to hla houae
but he cut alep In more than ono
of them at a ttnio.
Wants, For Sale, Etc
NeUaao w4w Itm rteaelr)4
UI fee Uum at mm a war. Irw)
lasvMtoR. aalf a al4lthai awar
IttM oa fcaeh (wi II moatte Hail
kav ear. Meeei aar aaaai.
Oaan anil aeomaaaav errfar with-ee an
Km aa arMuai with IIM aai-ac. No
rtaaartal raeaaaalbllltr rue errara. whan
errere ercur tree wikiH WMtee wtll at
artaie tar aatraa. ' atlniatuai aharaa la
CNa Taar. Biall ..
is Mnstna. b taall
rir Moathe. bv atel!
PW wfc. by carrlar..
(BY EDGAR BATES.)
COaTRACT ADVERTISING KATfco Think of a baby thro day old
Vm Haa Bar inoa neat tmaarttaa Ui weighing thirty-two pound! But that
Tin Pa. pat Rica aiaa maaruoae. .iaa , . 1,,-rM,.1.w, v w,.
Prtrrr poaiVMia any er aw i " uuderatooa wnea a learn
fa-at tnaerrvin ia that tho baby wa weighed on cala
Warred poauioa any aasa. per koh borrowed from the tea nan. Thl of
wTprlSi WM not n Oron Qlty.
A man. who rocki on hli wire
foot and then laughed, la being sued
for divorce. "Westward the march of
civilization wends It way" and soon
Portland will have Reno's scalp.
Mr. Taylor only want $2,500 a
month l-hps a he pieeds It, bull
this amount a year would mora than
suit the most of ua
We are familiar with both the idea
and policy of the aykig. "Spare the
rod and spoil the child." but we do
not think that it' applies to married
women. A California man took an
opposite view and one night spanked
hi wife with the hair brush. Ho-
Ilea papri othae haa flrat
IKala lr ar Uaa; to regular
Maara YC Haa.
' Waata. Fw Sale. Ta Rent ate.. M
aaat a word flrai In a. t iaa. ewe- half aaat
SUtva tor adverttaiaa la Aa Weekly
Bbterpriee wtU be the mm aa ka the
. aaitr. f ir advarttavroenta aat nanlallr
aar tha weakly. Where taa aevertieaaeeat
' la traaafarr from tlx dally la tha -
V. without rnaaca. tha lata will ha a
aa Inch for rua of thv papar, aad la aa
tech far apaeial aoattloa.
Oaah aheuld aceeaBaay
aany ta unkaowa la boatni
Laoat advartiahut at laawl adrttatn
"treua adranlalna and apaeSal traaaaaal
to apaeial coadliloaa wWnila tha 'ver. his exercises In physical cut
aana, : ture cost him a nice little fine the nest
-Ftra Bala" and Bankrupt Bale" adw
-Iwwfati He inch flrat tnearttea: addl
anal laaarUoaa aama matlar Ma laoh.
fowe Iterna and wall aiU'aa artlolae
Jt awrlt. with tatereat to tonal raadara.
wilt ba (ladry accapud. Rajactad aanu
arbaa wr raturaad aalaaa aeeompaa
wa by atajBoa to prapay aoataam.
day in the police court.
- - a a a -
By this time Champ Clark must
think that he Is a Thump" Clark.
CITY OFFICIAL NEWSPAPER.
THE MORNING ENTERPRISE
U on sale at the following stores
" " Huntley Broa Drugs
: ,r Mara 8 tree t.
' , J. w. McAaulty C4gar
Berenth and Main.
- . - Secrew Confectionery
' S - Main near Sixth.
w M. EL Dunn Confectionery
" ., . Next door to P. O.
Statistics show that on an average
seventeen working men are hurt every
day in the hundreds of factories, mills,
and shop throughout the state. But
working "hurts" a great many more
men than the number of working mea
who get hurt.
Every section of Portland insist
d 4hat-thoaeoiHaBk be placed in ome
I other location. Same trouble hero.
- Electric HoteL
Schoenbom Confectionery d
' Seventh and X Q. Adama 4
Oct H In American History.
lTM-Prancta Ughtfoot tee. "signer."
born: led 1T9T. ,
190&-Tbe "PortsnKrath treaty" nerO-
Hated at Portmnouth. N. JL. sign
ed by the emperors of Russia and
Japan. Clowe of the Lewto and
' t - dark exposition at Portland. Ore.
. ASTRONOMICAL EVENTS.
y.' (Prom noon today to noon tomorrow.)
iSub act 8S. rise 6KS: moon riuea
1052 p. bl: 702 Pi m- eastern time.
- HON at hist (irmrter: 1425 p. m mnoa
' in conjunction with planet Neptune.
EX-CONVICTS COME HERE.
Th amatlAg fact haa been disclosed
by the New York police that there are
6,000 exconvlcts from Italy in that
If there are 5,000 of these undesira
ble citizens In New York 'City, how
many more thousand must be scat
tered throughout the other cities of
We have some tank (not oil), that we
a a a
There I no doubt that th citlsens
of this town will respond very liberally
when the subscription list of that
lecture and entertainment course are
opened to the public. Tho 'move I
another step ahead and the list of at
traction Insure a number of pleasant
and Instructive evening th coming
winter. And by tho way, suppose you
lend your encouragement to that plan
for the organization of an orchestra
A stranger inquired hi way to the
falls and waa properly directed by a
local citizen. Upon his return ho
i said that he guessed he fonnd the
place all right, but b thought that
some one must have taken an awful
"fair out of the falls, and that he
doubted If It would bo able to "come
back" this winter.
A mother of two girls in different
grades at school want to know why
the apron worn by her children dur
ing their instruction In domestic
science must be of a certain size color
and pattern. The younger girl tells
her mother that the teacher Insists
that her apron must have a certain
number of gores, or pleats (or what
ever you call them) and must be t a
certain length. The big part, too,
must also measure up to a certain
standard, or it will not do. The older
girl say that her apron must have an
extra couple of those gor or pleat
things and the bib must be two Inches
larger than that of 'her smaller sis
ter. With the mother , we fall to
see what the style of apron worn has
to do with the making of pies and
We certainly have a certain amount
the country? Nearly every city of any i or ynipatny ior a .man woo is con-
size has them, a the police records
,". win testify.
It may be that the police depart-, have
ments of other cities are not as ably man-
equipped to furnsh full Information as
feed bis starving children, and there
sre numerous other cases when we
been sorry for the convicted
But there is one class of cri ro
tor which under no cirenm-
i stances have we an ounce of sympathy
are me New York police, but some ! r nitv a -whii. alavar" la in a num
effort should be made in every one of ber of ways worse than a murderer,
them to keep in close touch with aU And ln BP'l of tbe richly deserved
foreign colonies, to th. end that jffi
desirable accessions to the population (n th8 traffic seems to be on the in-
may be noted and recorded.
Under existing Immigration
crease. Life Imprisonment should be
laws , tDe sentence pronounced on all per-
ex-convict, can be sent back to the ' Bon8 "
The number of puffs which a
country whence they came. It is only
necessary to obtain proof that they
are ex-conv.cui. i nese unaesiranie , ln , g,ven di8,ance ta gor
should be deported as fast as their , erned eDtirely by tbe size of Its drir
identity Is established. , lng wbeeig. For every turn of tbe
And In the meantime there should, WDeet, it give four separate puffa
be the most rlKid enforcement of the Therefore If the circumference of tbe
immigration laws. driving wheels is twenty feet, which
The situation revealed In New York , is about the average, and tbe train la
I one that merit the most serious j going at fifty miles an hour we get
consideration of Federal, State and : 880 puffs a minute.
Premier Laurler Is going to visit
California. He will find a climate
that is soothing.
Interest in football will lag until
the" world's series In baseball is
Tbe couch or puffs Is due to tb ab
rupt emission of wsste steum from the
When there are more than eighteen
puffs a second tbe human ear cannot
distinguish tbem separately. London
Reciprocity isn't dead In CanaJa. It ,
ba simply gone to sleep.
Steel 1 going down In price but !
who want to eat stewed steel? I
. Wo can condone much in Mr. Kip
ling at least for hi not Insisting that
bo did It.
-: When New York gets a few bomb
catcher she will have less bomb
You find yourself re f retried by
the presence of cheerful people.
Why not make earnest efforts to
confer lhat pleasure on other by
beina cheerful yourself? You will
find that half the battle is gained
if you will never allow yourself to
say anything gloomy.'
Lobster xix feet loujr were fren
t ly Mlicn from New York boy l.f the
' flrxt nemer
Tsln ("til Mwsniri. t iiunf erjr-.r
waa dfttM'HH-il In Tl It at tin- Kr
of tblftx-n vviir
Brain Moi;e Than Brawn
;j Needed by Policemen
By Inspector. EDWARD HUGHE. Chief . of Nrw York' D-
tcctlv Bureau .. ,'
WANTED Tourists and local people
to are my coll.vtUm of arrow-heaiis
coins, Indta.i trmk-l. i!d stun.u
and curloa or .' sorts Will tu
or sell In thu ii Mav some ood
bargain In set-mut-hand fumttui
and tools, Oeor Young. Mali- U
WANTED A solicitor. The
man who makea good on this
' should earn $20 to $30 weekly.
Thl I no snap, but a red
olooded man can make good.
Call before 11 a. m.. Friday or
Saturday, Circulation Manag
er, Oregon City Enterprise.
Kina Alfonso of Spain Is Attain
' Havintf Trouble Retainintf Crown
fj( TIE main thing that , required , of a policeman ten yearn
H ago waa brawn. , Todaj brain U reqnired aa well.
IN FACT. INTELLIGENCE IS THE MAIN REQUISITE OF
' EITHER A GOOD POLICEMAN OR A 000D DETECTIVE.
r.'t't.''"' ',lt- tootmoaa to tnaka TOO tITTLK of phra-
FOR SALE By owner ten acre good
timber land on Clackamas Southern
railroad, two miles from - Oregon
City limits on Highland road; all
level; $15 per acre. Address Ore
gon City, Route No. S, Box 63.
FOR SALE Desirable property,
cheap, within one block of HUh
School, Improved street and sew
age, S-roora house and two lot. '
$1,300; 6-room bouse and two lots,
$1.70U: terma E. H. Cooper ft Co.,
Oregon City. Bank building.
FOR KALE Ona mar and two-seated
urrey; one Jersey bull. Inquire 1
George Morse, Jennings lndii. ,
FOR SALE Piano, almost new, or!
, will trade for stock. Inquire 712
FOR RENT OR FOR SALE IS acre
farm 2 miles northeast of Orcson
City; sale price $6,500; rent, price
$100 year. Inquire Mrs. Utile
Aune, It 14 Center street.
FOR RENT Five-room house at Cane
mah. Call Msin 2014.
LODGINO HOUSE to rent. Furniture
for Bale. Inquire 113 Fourt
LOST Turquoi earring, aurrounded
by small diamonds, between Grand
' Theatre and Eleventh street Leave
af Enterprise office and get reward.
TO TRADE a beautiful home in Cali
fornia, "near Stocton,' for either a
farm or city property In Oregon.
There are 10 acres; 3 In grapes anj
7 in alfalfa, all under irrigation, a
handsome 8-room rouse, 2.000 gal
lon tank, windmill, oranges, lemons,
palms, etc. Price $5.50. This will
nit yon. Freytag ft Miller, Seventh
street, near S. P. depot.
4 1 '
for wn ana woman of hrtr ar pn ytry,k.
A bank aunt I an vldne of
aharaetar, and a bank bok (howin
regular dtpoolt I th asport t
opportunity and th ky I auoosst,
Enroll yourlf a a depositor her
t one and baaom a mmbf Of th(
On dollar will start a savings account
The Bank of Oregon City
OLDEST BANK lit TUB COUNTY
r 'WW' 1 V T L"w. f .' V, L' Tl "t"T
D 1 LA-n)URarrTa1 Pra.lai
THE FIRST NATIONAL BAIC
of OREGON CITY, OREGON
' ranaaaU are I tana lng wuolnooa
Open Ire. A, M..
Gladstone Lumbor Compzr.j
UNOALOW MATERIAL OF ALL KINDS,
Ijiml'er. lath, shingles, fenro-voat and doors, mouldings, ms
II kind t inside nnian. itim ngni. lumner
guarantae tb4 pfolj
(YARD AT PARK FLACK).
Phen Main 2ai.
KI.NU ALKONHO X11X. of pip w ga to trouble. Tb moat serious
revolt that be bs bad. to fc recently broke out la various part
of bl kingdom, aud martial law wa declared In several towna The
king plmaelf took charge of tbe military operations and ordered bl
officers to auppres tbe rioter even If tbey bad to deatruy a few towna King
Alfonau baa bsd little real peace alnoe be w bom Ilia rather died all
uunina before bM birth, so be ram Into the world a king, and be ba "ruled"'
ever alnre May IT. Ini. when be Ursrsaw the light lie wa atJU a boy
when his natloo waa iied in wr with lb Dnlted Mate, which coat Spain
tlooa la-two aemiaptiera. Thta -dfaxruua war to a Uma-kUln-tUU
threainieO to terminal the reign of Alfonao. to recent yer Alfonso ba
Initvawd bla popularity by his democratic way and by bis devotion to bl
wife, th beautiful Ptincea Victoria Eugenie, a cousin of King Oeorge V. of
England, and tbelr two ona and on daughter King Alfonao ba never
been strong pbyalcaUy. and be ba devoted much of bl time to outdoor i ft
ioae of bla health. .
Mr. Brown Inended to go to San
Francisco and return by steamer, hut
a report of heavy storms at a caused
him to change hi mind and return by
rail. Ho went to. Red Bluff on Dual
POTATO DEMAND FAIR
WITH LOWER PRICES
umn leaves, the bright roor making old n Nick sent t tkv cva,n
a moal attractive picture, school. One of lha rUIMrti u .
.. wA 1 ... W
Kvery numner tmiamij '( "" t u ai nrm, bl at Um.
red. no on person taking all the
glory and all getting encore call for
every u urn tier Mr. WiMtdnn who ar
ranged the program I to be congratu
luted npon tha turcea of hi effort a
profeaaor fager. violinist. Is a new
artist to Oregon City people and met
with a haarty reception from the aud-
i letiee. The-pwHim wa a fJUw
Piano duet -(a)
"Military Hondo" ....... .Ilohm
(bl "Banner of Victory" Hlon
Mis Myrtle Holme and Oscar
L. W'oodfib. -HeBillng-"Th
Haling of Valiant.""""
Mis Eula H buebeL
Vocal Solo and Violin Obllgaio..,.
.7 -Sing M TO Sleep"
..Mr. Fred T. Smith, Prof
' Sager (violin).
Reading "The Swan Song"
Mia Evadne llarrlaon.
r A KM LOANS-Dimfck a Uiraick I
Lawyer. Oregon City, Or.
AT CHURCH BEfJEFlT . f
O. O. EBT. Attorney al-law. Mon
loaned, abstract tirDlakod. Ian
title xamtnd, ataU aettled, gen
eral law buatnea nr Bank x
The entertainment at th Oladatoo
City IU1I Friday night, given for th
beueflt of tb Christian . Church of
that place wa well attended The
If REN A SCHITEBBL. Attnrtey-al !
Lew. Oeutacher Advokat. will prac
tice In all court, mak collections
piiae Bldg.. Oreaoo Cltv, Oregon
BUILDER AND COTW ACTON.
HARRT JONES Builder and General
Contractor. Eatlmatea ebeorfnll
given on all elaasea of bnildlp
work, concrete wains an relaforced
ooacrete. Hew Phona Mala IP 1
H. , H ,-onpii!R. Fn Fir Insursner
an Real fTetat It n haadl'
rotir propertlo w buy. eel! n
evehanae. Office la Ra,rpr(.,
RM Oron Pltr Orarnn
DR. LENA R HOEKiES, Osteopath, or
Portland, will be In Oregon City
Mondays, Wednesday and Fridays
of each week, at corner of Sixth and
Washington streets. Phone Main
CLEANING AND PRE8SING.
CHICAGO TAILORS suits made to
order from $10 and up. We also do
cleaning, pressing and repairing.
Three doors south of postoffce.
Not ire Is hereby given that the un
dersigned was by order of the
County Court of Clackamas county,
Oregon, made and entered on the
3rd day of October, 1911, appointed
administrator of the estate of John
Thomas, deceased and has quail-
fled as such administrator. "All per
sons having claims against th es
tate of said deceased shall present
the same with vouchers duly veri
fied, to me at the office of C. H.
Dye, southwest corner Eighth and
Main streets, Oregon City, Oregon,
on or before sli (0) ' months from
the date hereof. .
I Administrator of the estate of John
, Dated October 7th, 1911.
What Botanist Da Net Knew.
. Dow water, rooiuiomy inned asp.
necessary to- tb Ufa oi a tree, paaae
from tb mot to the lpniot leaf and
evaporate I a problem um yet rired
by butMnisiM. It la known ilmi (he n
cent la niMde chiefly in entitle in (he
Mpwoud only, the lienrt and twrk rv
log other iiirfMMM. .. Ilmi w the s
ten I of our knowledge i tha. miller.
Beyond im iiere tinijmiire. and every
theory yei Mdvan-eit na Iiioed . to
at and the leaf of lriujeoL - Ixindoa
Patrtil our .advartlsera '
With the shipping; demand fair, but
at low price, tb potato market is
generally quoted at reduced figures.
In a Jobbing way good potatoes are
being quoted at $1.25 per rents! al
though extra select quality might pos
sibly bring a little more.
Some poor quality 1 selling down
as low aa $1.00 per cental. There Is
only a limited demand even at this
ai country sn pp.ng poin s dealers na beautifully decorated In aat-
who are buying for California accoun. (
are paying aa high aa $1 a cental f. o. '
b but only good sizes are being pur
chased at thl figure.
City demand for potatoes Is neinic
supplied mostly by farmers who ped-:
die from store to store and even go ;
around to the residences. I
Prevailing Oregon City price are
as follows: j
HIDES (Buying) Green hides,
Sc to Cc; saiters, 6c to 6c; dry hides,1
12c to 14c; sheep pelts. 25c to 75c!
Hay, Grain, Fd. .
HAY (Buying! Timothy, $15 to
$1C; clover, $$ to $9; oat bay, best,!
$11; mixed, 09 to $12; alfalfa, $15 to
OATS (Buying) Gray, $25 to I
wheat, $32 to $33; oil meal, $53;
Shady Brook dairy feed, $1.25 per
FEED Shorts, $29 to $30 rolled
barley, $37.50; procesnarley, $3$ 50 ; ,
whole corn, $35; cracked corn, $C5;
$26: white, $26 to $27. I
. FLOUR $4.GD to $5.25. j
Butter. Poultev Eaoi.
BUTTER (Buying) Ordinary
country butter, 5c to 30c; fancy
dairy, 20c; creamery, 30c to 35c.
POULTRY (Buying) Hen, 11c
to 12H; broilers, 13c.
EGGS Oregon ranch eggs, 28c to
DRIED FRUITS (Buying)
Prunes, on basis or 6 l-4c for 45 and
60's; peaches, 10c.
SACK VEGETABLES Carrot.
$1.25 to $160 per sack; parsnips,
$1.25 to $1.50; turnips, $1.26 to $1.50;
POTATOES BeHt buying, 1 l-4c
ONIONS Oregon, $1.25 to $1.60 per
hundred; Australian, $2' per hundred.
BEEF (Live weight) Steer, 5c
and 6Mic; cows, A; bull, 3 l-2c
VEAL Calves bring from So to
13c, according to grade
MUTTON Sheep, 3c an lcl
lambs, 4c and 6c.
HOGS 125 to 140 pound hog, 10c
and 11c; 140 to 200 pounds, 10c and
Melody of U)11 -. . . .Knglemaa
"On the Boulevard" ..Franklin
Mr. Fran Busch.
Vocal Solo "Tha Tramp".... Troter
Mr. Victor C.cult.
Reading "Th Debutant"
Mis lies IMrkthorn.
la) "An Open Secret". .. .Woodmen
(b) "1 Think" ITIUrdelol
" - Miss Juliet Croaa.
) 'Waltie In I) Flat".
(hi "Humoreake" Dvorak
Mr. Oscar l-anrenre Woodfin.
i March . . -. . Selected
I Mr. Frank Busch.
Two Couple Qt Llcn.
Marriage licenses wer Issued to
following Tuesday: Uertmde
one and Clyde V. Anderson Marlon
Innon and Charle McClure.
INDIANS GO TO CHEMAWA.
Chief of Police Hhaw Friday wa
Instrumental In having Molll Clark,
the aquaw, have her alxteon-year-old
daughter Martha, and ber eight year-
persuaded to go.
OAME HAS ABRUPT Ida
Eathm School tltvtn Oat m
Ahead of Barclay.
Tho score In a gim of footbtla
iwen tha JlarcJay.au4 -tiaathsa a
team stood It to iq i0 favor a,
EaaTham achool trr ih third tun
On of Ih Kasthain playtri ftM
a high achool player u wtxtUu
Captain Myr look th BrtUrie
from tho flald.
W. B. STAFFORD IMFR0VIN.
The. condition of V. E $UM
wbwwa kicked by a kort a p
huinajeaf Minim I'lraasiit aat aw)
Improved last night. Dr. Maasw
Ih attending phyalrlaa, said Ut.tM
fprd probably would recover.
Read tb Morning EVarprlM.
- (Cootloutd from Psgs L)
my duty now to. lake hold oft
propoaltlon and to see If ts eh)
fair ran't be so regulated soAk I
new form of government s u
money for the taxpayers ias
ao me body rpnnlhle f" strait
and other Improvamants. sad M k
th bulne of th city lttB4
with th im ear and titrttkat
an Individual would glv I ku i
M am satisfied that th rltr
ell la irongly In fsvor of th a
mlaalon form of government sal I
tho people also are w wlU km t
and th people will hsvs'Jast wdi
charter and only urh a rktnw
lhy themsolvo wsnt."
REACHING OUT FOR
SUFFRAGE MBIT '
LOSE, SAYS BROmi
"Ther nver wa a cbanc for wo
man' suffrage to lose In California,"
aald George Brown, who returned from
a trip through the northern and cen
tral part of that state Friday. "I was
In Red Bluff tho day of tho election,
and tho way tho woman worked ther
to obtain tho ballot wa enough to dis
may the most rahM AniwHian Af i.
cans. Talk about men electioneering,
wnr mey are not in It with tho wo
men of Red Bluff. The men had their
Instruction all riant f it n rumM Mnat
of them got them at home but at all
venia, may TOteo juat Ilk th women
wanted theJn to vote.", , ,
l . " . ' ' . ' '
Every effort to attract trade helps,
even if it only draws a child's wish
for candy. Electric light for wind
ows and signs should be given a
chance to he useful Every mer
chant can now get double electric
light at no increase in cost for elec
lamps. Made in all sies. We
have them and will be glad to tell
yoa about them.
PORTLAND RAILWAY, LIGHT
& POWER CO.
MAIN orPICE 7th ona Alder Street