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af aMrrt. wlta kiml to local raaara.
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CITY OFFICIAL NEWSPAFtR.
THE MORNING ENTERPRISE '
V la on sale at the foliowlnc aiorea 4
every da : !
Haatley Bros, Drugs
J. W. McAnnlty Ogara
Seventh and Main.
Setreai Confectionary e
Mala near Sixth.
M. K. Dana Confectionary 4
Next door to P. O. .
Oty Drug Store)
Seventh aad X Q. Adama. d
Oct 20 In American History.
1891-Ssllors of h United Statea
crviser Baltimore mobbed at Val
parajsav 1900-Cbsrlea Dudley Warner, noted
aatbor. died: bora 1830.
1910 Thomaa T. EckerL- whs) ..had
charge of the government tele
graph ta the civil war. died: bora
1X2. Darld Bennett HilL ex-goe-
of New York, died: bora ISiS.
(From noon today to noon tomorrew.i
Sua acta 5:09. rises 9:14: moon rise
55 a. m.; son's dectlnatlon. 10 de
Trees 22 mlnntas) aoath of celestial
A land boom In IMS. 106 aad the
first half of 1907 transformed 750 i
square miles of farming territory with- Pfingston'a High School football team
la thirty -Ave miles of New York City ! play tomorrow afternoon. The team
Into town or suburban lota. Streets j will play Jefferson High School sec
and sidewalks were pot in by the mile j ond team of Portland, at Gladstone
and then came the great panic and the j Park.
collapse of the realty boom. j The Jeffersonlan'a team average
This misfortune of the speculators
waa" the good luck of others. Thous
ands of farm hands with a little mon
ey to Invest picked np these lots eith
er by purchase or lease and began to
cultivate them. The water pipea had
beea laid and so irrigation came easy ,
These "city farmers," aa they came
to be kaown, found returning to the
soli profitable. As the years advanc
ed and Industry and Intelligent ap
plication Increased their products they
prospered. The past season tbey pro
duced $18,000,000 worth of farm pro
duce, aa increase of twenty per cent
over last year's prod acta.
There ta plenty of available land on
the out&kirts of every city and what
haa been accomplished in the neigh-
I Home and
l i Co-onerate
By THOMAS STOCKHAM BAKER. Philadelphia
CUE time will come when the RELATIONS Setween tho
cbnols and the homes wiJl be MUCH CLOSER than tbey
are at the present time.. While public school mon are work
' 2,. An .Aar mEmim .4 ....?.. A .. . . I. . .1 . . . - I '
Tftemt of supervision, it would be well to pause ami ak whether tbe
teachers and supervisors and siiperintendenU are not NEQLECTIXG
rtt underestimating an ally which might" help APPRECIABLY in
tbeir plam for the improvement of their pupils.
In easting alxmt to find an explanation for the INEFFICIENCY
OF THE SCriOOLS very little has been said of the ineffiriencv of
tbe borne and tbe inefficiency of tbe parents who fail to CO-OPER-.
... .1 . i '
jjr. wiui tne apDOois.
( ONLY A PART OP THE STUDENT'S WORK IS DOKE IN SCHOOL,
. SO THAT A GOOD SHARE (AND IN SOME RESPECTS THE MORE
IMPORTANT SHARE) OF THE SUPERVISING MUST BE DONE AT
Manv parents bare very pronounced ideas about what tbeir bojs
should studj, and at tbe beginning of tbe school rear they dcrota
not a little thought to the question of tbeir course of study. When
the boy is once started on bis wsy, however, hey dinmiw the matter,
and .tbey are at loss t,o explain tbe HOY'S FAILURE.
Tbe tescbers are blamed, tbe methods used in the rv'jools are
, blamed, whereas the chief fault may lie in the home.
. CANADIAN ElntUSt
The resutt of the Ciudlu census
I it not at all up to the expectations of
Ithoe optimistic cltlieua of our aorth-
trt neighbor who had hoped that a
population of $.000,000 wouM b die-
: been made public aa yet, but enough
bas been ascertained to Justify toe
belief that the total population will not
exceed the figure Indicated.
The figures would Mem to Indicate
that there haa been some indulgence
, ..v w ...
tn exaggerate respecting the great
..In. .,! Kt tba rtnmlnlnn In re-
rent rears. In Montreal and Toronto j
there have bee aome increaaea, but
decrease I shown In nearly all the
Eastern section. The rural population
has fallen off materially la Ontario,
owing to removal from that pro vino
to the Northwest
Only the maritime provinces have
held thelc own. -The Increase has
been been confined to Halifax and the
mining districts. Alberts, has made
large gains, but aa these were drawn
from the Dominion It cannot be deem
ed aa increase.
SALT LAKE'S BIQ PROJECT.
The public-spirited business men of
Salt Lake City have launched one of
the largest Irrigation projects ever
undertaken. Their plan contemplates
the organiiation of a corporation
a hich will hsTe aa Its object the op
ening for cultivation of a tract of 260.
VH acres of Irrigable land contiguous
to Salt Lake, Ogden and Provo, by
conservation of' the waters of the
ie corporation now organizing wiu
build Immense raarvoirs in 4
jer and Provo canyons, storing np the
and nslng them aa occasion demands
to flood the barren waatea "lying be
tween Ogden oa the north and Provo
and Cedar Valley on the south. Cap!
1.1 la mi ..n.mnal mru th
successful flotation of the corporation
The promoters of the scheme assert
that by irrigation this great tract of
2C0.0OO acres; now practically value
less, can be converted into a rich and
fertile garden and will add greatly
to the wealth and comfort of Utah.
John D. ta beginning to again take
an active Interest la Stanard Oil af
fairs Just to show -that he-can come
Baltimore la all puffed np over the
prospect of a SS.OUO.000 cigar factory
to be established there.
HIGH SCHOOL PLAYS
The Oregon City football fans will
have tbeir first chance to see Coach
about 140 pounds. The team la very
last and will give the High School
boys a bard tassel.
The High School team has only
played two games this year, but In
both of these games they showed they
were a scrappy little team. In the
... ,. mw r X..i.k . . r
mwmtw ,aa. j vv aBfaavrv e WIS. aa a
teen pounds to the man, but were only
defeated by a score of 28 to C. while
last Saturday they lined up against
the Orients, a lighter team than they
are, and defeated this team by a
score 82 to 0.
Coach FUngston will likely use the
Gault. C; J. Beatie, R. G.; Qulnn.
L. G.; Damback. R. T.; Rower and
Michels, L. T.; Sheaban (Captain), R. :
E.; Graves, T. E.; WilHon and Can
Held. Q.; Cross, R. H ; C. Beatie and
Caufleld, L. H.; Michels and Rotter,
'borhood of tJew Torh can
HOP MMET Ell
WITH BIG DM
Ureal strength contlaiiee la the hop
trade. HI da of J to J 7c a pound are
till reported In the Willamette Val
ley, but grower are not disposed to
elL The New York producers' Trice
Receipts for week..
Receipt from Sept. I..
j Receipts same Una laat year
Kxporta to Europe (or week.
Export from Sept. I
K i port a aame time laat year. . .
Imports for week
Imports from Sept.
imports aame time last year
"Country markets have alt ahown
more activity during the past week
and advance hae beea established
at many points. In the Interior ot this
state there has been fairly active buy
tug of the beat hops at SO to S2c, and
even the lower grades have attracted
rather more attention at 45 to 47c.
Probably close to two-thirds of the
crop haa already passed out of grow
ers' hands. EnglUh advices Indicate
rather better demand and slightly
firmer prices, and the German markets
are steadier ta tone. Business on our
local market la still of very moderte
volume, the uncertainty ot the situa
tion deterring dealers from tsking on
much stock, are about In bne with
our quotationa and the firmness In
the Interior ts naturally reflected here
to some extent!
Prevailing Oregon City prices are
HIDES (Buying) Green hldea,
Se to c: Salter. Sc to Cc: dry hides,
lie to 14c; sheep pelta, 2Sc to TS?
each. . r : .
May, Grain,' Feed.
HAY iBuylngl Tlmothjr. SIS to
15: clover. S to $; oat hay. best, $9
to $10: mixed. 19 to $12; alfalfa. SIS
to $16 SO
,TS-(Bu ring) Cray, 425 to
827: wheat. $33 to $33: oil meal. $53:
Shady Brook dairy feed. $1.25 per
FEED Shorts, $29 to $30; rolled
barley, $37.59: process barley. $38 50;
whole corn. $37: cracked corn. $38:
$2C: white, $2 te $27.
FLOUR $4.50 to $5.25.
Butter, Poultry. Egg.
BUTTER (Buying) Ordinary
country butter. 25c to 30c: fancy )
dairy, 30c; creamery, 30c to 35c
POULTRY (Buying) Hen. 11c
to 12 1-2; broilers. 11c.
EGGS Oregon ranch eggs. 30c to
Fruits, Vegetables. .
DRIED FRUITS (Buying)
Prune, on basis of $ l-4c for 45 and
50 ; peaches, 10c .
SACK VEGETABLES Carrots.
$1.25 to 9150 per sack: parsnips,
$1.25 to $1.50; turn! pa, $L25 to $1.50:
POTATOES Best buying "70c to
85c, per hundred.
ONIONS Oregon. $1.25 to $1.50 per
hundred; Australian, $2 per hundred.
BEEF (Live weight) Steers, Se
and SH: cows. 4Hc; bulla, $ 12c
YEAL Calves bring from 8c to1
13c, according to grade
MUTTON Sheep, .3c
Iambs, 4c and 5c
HOGS 12S tO 140 pound hogs, 10C
and He; 140 to 200 pounds. 10c and
MAKES FLAG CERTAIN
8 AN FRANCISCO. Oct 19 (Spec
ial.) The Beavers, after losing one
game, and tieing another here, won
today from the Seals, 3 to 2.
The Portland Besvers cinched mat
ters securely today bv beating the
Seals ont of a tough bsttle and what
ever slfm chances Happy Hogan waa
maintaining for his Vernon Villagers
were holly dispelled when the
Angles managed to gain a victory in
According to the "dope" Portland
on a" rd to lose the five remaining
g-'-t, with tbe Seal and McL'redle's
men would still be on top of the hep.
The standing, fltpiring that Portland
lores it Ave remaining games snd
Vernon wins four stralgnt, would be:
Club Won. " Lost. - P. C.
Pacific Coast Lsagu.
Portland 3, San Francisco 2.
Los Angeles 10, Vernon 6. '
Sacramento 14. Oakland 15.
Portland 112 75
Vernon 116 86
Oakland 110 96
Sacramento 92 108
San Francisco 91 lit
Los Angeles 80 125
Quae About the Eye.
'. Prnce' Troubemkoy, the art lot. once
paloted In Paris the rtrnlt of an
American wbo wss cro-w eyed Tbe
painter thought a great deal shout the
matter and finally madebi picture
crona eyed; loo. no that It should be a
When It was done, tbe original look
ed at It and wild:
"It seems to me It aeema why,
bang ft. tbls picture Is crom eyed, isn't
"Why. no more tbsn you are. sir."
said Prince Troubetakoy.
"Well, per harm you're right." mur
mured the America 3 "It seems to
have a queer look about tbe eyes,
The Only Condition.
"Are rou remly to nv un ray In
CoroeT be anked awfily. Khe looked
op Into bl face traKtlugly.
"Certainly, deareai." she answered,
"If yuo can get another one for your
"Tea; another Income. "-Etensnge.
"Was there a bappy ending to bis
new story f
-Tea; be aoM U ."Rarlre.
Dam at Austin, Pa.. Known to
Be Weak Lonil Before Disaster
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Ptxvtoa ropyncbt ty Ainanran Praaa
KfOJtrs to ptare tbe responaiblllty f the dlaaater at Austin. Pa., a
dlMntef I ha I ovatrujred a-4'iMierou Iowa and caused an appalling
l of life, a ere uoi auct-eiuiful Immediately after tbe horror, and
Hi ere u .rile llketlbnud ttiat tbe blame will ever be definitely Bled. It
ha tierti abuwn thai It aa known that tbe daw cooeirwrled by the Hayleae
INilp and l'aier ronupaDi wa nut aafe Indeed, portions of It bsd "slipped"
etrral uMiotbs before the dtater. and engineers bsd recommended tbst It
te airvtMttbeoed la vartuua way dome of these rerotnuiendatlons were fel
hwed. and wthera were not. tbe exlanatloa being that It was not Intended to
store as mucb water la tbe reaervolr aa tbe engineer bad figured oa. The
dam waa built of ryrtoeaa roin-rete stones measurtng from one-half te two
ml'lr yards and sorronndet! by sot leas than ait lucbes of roat-reta, generally
more The dam was begun in Msy and rompleted on lar. L 11J It con
lained 14.7NU rubk- vanla of coo. re I a. 7.P23 cubic yards of eirsvatloa In Ilia
ftmndaUoa and tUMta) udk- yard In ihe embankmeota Tbe total coal, ax
clualve of the engineering, waa tTl.MVI Th pleura iburt snows tbe sea-tloa
of tbe dam Malt gave way aad also a bat wsa left of the plant of tbe Bay
eaa oauer rooevrn
Wants, For Sale, Etc
will b taav tt at aa mi a ea rv.
I saaartlna. ItaiC a eaai sdditloi.aJ inr
; ttooa m lacfc care. M wr oxaii. ii
! eard. i una ai par aaaaih
Caa aiuav aeraakaaar arSar unkaa
aa m aore aeeount with Ik paper. N
' riaaadaJ reapoaalblUtjr for arruca. whmr,
errors ar ' Itea curTalre vkim a.
aetnleg tmt rarrea Mlaitaua. otaras li.
WANTED Tourists and local people
. to see my collision of arro-bea;i
coins, India i tr.nkals, t'd st-im..j
and curio or . aorta Will lu
t or aeJI In thu Have vone o.xl j
bargains In eoiidhand furnlttio'
and tools. Geor Voung, Mali m.
WANTED Dressmaking ut by t!ie
day. first class work guaranteed.
Mrs. W. C. Snover. Rooaev-lt ntre i
WANTED By elderly widow, houhe
keeping for elderly couple or gen
tleman. Inquire C. T. Toote s ot
flee. Besver Bldg., Oregon City.
WANTED A solicitor. Tbe
man who makes good on this
should earn $20 to $30 weekly.
This ts no snap, but a red-
olooded man can make good.
Call before 1 1 a. m, Friday or
Saturday. Circulation Manag
er, Oregon City Enterprise.
! FOR 8ALE Desirable property.
cheap, within one block of liliih
School, Improved street and , sew
age, 8-room houne and two lots,
$1,300; 6-room house and two lots,
$1,700; terms. E. U. Cooper A Co.,
Oregon City. Bank building.
FOR SALE No. 2 Faultless Stump
puller; two hundred feet of cable.
Payment, cash of part work. Apply
Samuel O. Bailey, Oregon City,
Route 3, Bog 171.
FOR SALE One mare and two-seated
surrey; one Jersey bull. Inquire
George Morse, Jennings Lodge.
LODGING HOUSE to rent Furniture
for sale. Inquire 213 Fourth, atreet,
t ARM LOAN-DlmTcli isUimlck.
lawycs. Oregon City, Or.
O. D BUT, Atiorney-eMjiw. Money
leeqed. abetrscts firnlsbed. land
titles exmlnd, eitatts settled, gen
eral law bus nea Over Hank oi
Oregoa City. 1
U'REN A SCHITEBHTl Attorneys-si
Ijiw, Dautscher Advokst, will prao
tice In all eeurta. make collections
irlse Bldg.. Oregoe Cltr. Oregon
WUItOER AND CO-rtACTOR.
HARRT JONTC8 Bitflder and Oenerii
Contractor. Estimate ehee.-rnll-trfi
on all claasee of building
work, concrete walks ane reinforce!
secrete. Res. phone Mate f 1
I H. CnOPrTTt, Poe rtr Inanraaee
ee Real Estate. Let o band'
roer nmperttee we bey. a and
evehang. Office la Raterpriee
Rldg., Oregon city, Oregon
Aaaociatloo. Il L
DR. LENA R. HOlKiES. Oateopsth. of
PortUnd. will be In Oregon City
Monlays. Wednesdays and Friday
'of each week, at corner of Htith and
WaaNcgton streets, phone Main
CLB-ANINO AND PR188INO.
CIIIfAC.O TAIIOU8 suit made to
order from $10 and up We slao do
cleaning, pressing snd n-twlrlng
Three doors south of ponfiffre.
US. A- MOWERY. manufacturer of
witches and puff and curl from
combings and hair work gtiarnnieed.
Prices reasonable. Order taken at
realdenre from 2 to 5 p. m. Cornel
fourth and Monroe streets. Oreu in
Notice of Application For pool Hall
Notice Is hereby given, thai I will, at
the nut regular meeting of the City
Council of Orfgon city. Oregon, ap
ply foi a llcenae to conduct a Pool
Hall, at my place of btislneaa. on
Seventh street, between Railroad
avenue and Main street for a period
of lx month.
L. E. CAUAS.
PHONB for George Ilascom, Main
3551, when you are ready to clean
house or want your lawn nit.
The Clalrmont Literary Society met
at the fclalrmont nchoolhoime on Wed
nesday evening, and the room wa
filled to Its capacity by the member
of tbe organization and their friend.
A short program, consisting of read
ings, recitations and songs was given
the early part of tbe evening after
which a business session was held,
A committee was appointed to name
a day on which to clean the school
grounds. Dinner will be served by
the women at the schoolhouse. Even
"Father" will have to work on thai
day, so If you are a father and don t
want to work, but stand around and
watch the others while they work, anil
then expect to march Into the school
room to get a ' feed- with those who
have Improved the looks of the
grounds, you had better not make your
sppearance. If you attend you will
have to exercise your muscles, wheth
er they are ued to It or not. The
committee Is composed of Fred
Wourms, Elmer Kuppenbender and
The following officers were electe I
by the society: President, Lyman
Derrick; vice-president. William Edge
comb; secretary, Mrs. Bertha
Wourms; treasurer, Elmer Pugh- ser-geant-at-arms,
The meeting night has been chang
ed from Wednesday to Friday night,
and the next meeting will be Friday
October 27. A literary program will
be given, it will be In charge of the
program committee composed of Mis
Oils Jackson. Miss Antoinette Kuppen
bender and Msa Ethel Ball. A debate
will alto be on the program, the sub
ject being. "Resolved. That Tobacco
!?Mor H"rmfuJ to Mankind Than
tannot hseeme empleyr until i..
have taved enough pitsl te msi,. I
A savings aceouni at this ban I, n,
.no enly previa plt.i, "
Iralnl-g In finance which will al!.
valuable bunt help.
The Bank of Oregon Qtv
QUEST BANK IN THE COHWtv '
it l.rtUHETT Praaldeni
THE FIRST NATIONAL BAN1
of OREGON CITY. ORKGON
Giatiotono Lutnbor 'Cotn-zr
UNOALOW MATERIAL OF ALL KINOt. Vl
t.ubiler. lath, thlnglea. fence-posts and doors, toouMUigi.
all k!il f Inside finish. ITicas righL lumber guaranty
Phone Main 391.
Our greatral clubbing Offer. The
Morning Enterprise by mall and Ih
Weekly tirrgonlan, both until Novem
ber I. 191:. lor only $3. Offer rloee
October SI. 1911.
RIAL I8TATE TRANtfERt.
Ellen M llocka-ood to Rvm j. C'bHa-t-e.
ll 5 and Mck 9, Ardenwald;
i'J?JirJlL !rJ4Jlrj?iXJBov ilr.
Scrr of aect Ion townanip 3 aonih,
1 . Hire I !. fetebt. i
' Julliu a tin Petri Knvcler lo M. D
Sir. land tn aertlon 25, loananlp .
sooth, rang I west $4,880. .
Frttx and Katharine Nlklas el al. 1
I: ml n section 9 and 18, townahlp .
2 south, ranxe 2 esat; $10.
Nancy and R. U Ramsey to Julia A
2 south, range 3 raat; $1.3o9.
Klitaii -itH KMne t. Coalman to
Oeorga T. Smith. 20 acre of section '
17, township 3 south, range $ east: 1
$10. ' !
Jhn ulirlat to Cnarlea MU-ln
bo'hein, in acre of section 20, town
ship 3 south, range 4 east! $4iM. !
George V. Adams and Kale Adam
to Lloyd and Kdna Shaver. 150 acres
of section townahlp I south, range
$ eaat ; $ 7.0m)
I) R. and Fannie IMmlrk to V, N. ;
and Rtiaa J. Jacket. 45 acre of sec j
Hon 1 and 12. townahlp 4 south, range
1 east; IJ.SiO
John and K! la nor Hendrlrkson to'
Treatment si Hut Lake, lur!rdlng medical attention, boar sW
I.::... ct no more than you would pay lo live at any first cua
hole). Km-in esn be bad from 75 cents to $2 50 per ear.
in tli cafeteria ate eerved from 29 rents up and In the rill st lb
mu! get tit prices. Baths range front 50 cents to $100.
We Do Cure Rheumatism
HOT LAKP. SANATORIUM
MOT LAKE. OREGON.
WALTTR M. PICRCC. Prcs.-ligr.
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w. awA itri Lo.vnn w
yW'ff mi ait
Oregon City V Big
Oten Irva, f
William lUmmund. luu i ,
block 22. fall. Vie. AofliVA1
William and Mrr,ia,
John and Elanoc llendrlckKa TV.
. " 9. block 2J. ri lli V, iZL'
U Oregon City; $1.
liaulel and Hopbla UueaiWat.
inrtil. Ull l... . ....
vanrhl Heaell k.ia a "
IS4. Oregon -City; i'A. T
ti prior. Uy ta
Kerreet Poultry Psee.
11TH AND MAIN $Tt,
Hot Use Mineral Bas
in ud given voder irk
direction hv em
thousand. , Writ for lie
trated booklet desrrlpUn
Hot Lake Sanatoria a
the method employei He
Ijike Sanatorium I se
I slble. as It Is local
I . ly on the mln III
J O-W RAN. rail
;f social eicuralon I
I to be had t tin
Is locale sir
line of IW
for your fe'
. avtt ffC5r
sett mo del'
.Same old Crc
but brand iJ
' clever stitchW
$4.to ?6. every-
f.cwis A. Crooett,106
- North AWngwn,
Department Store. ;