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MORNING ENTERPRISE. FRIDAY, OCTOBER 27, 1911.
I IEVITT-THE STORE OF GOOD MERCHANDISE AMD LOWEST PRICES
DIG FALL .
3 A LEI
Enormous Trade-Building Sale
NOW IN FULL BLAST
Surprising a goodly number of people at the bargains we are giv
ing during our TRADE-BUILDING SALE. Do not miss this sale as
we are saving you money on your fall and winter wearing apparel.
HERE ARE A FEW SPECIALS:
7 cent calico 4 1-2 yards
12 1-2 cent Ginghams 9 1-2
12 1-2 cent Outing flannel V
11 cent Muslin 8 yards
in rent Bleached Sheeting
Ladies' $1 and $1 25 Waists
R. & G. Corsets $1
Ladies' $2.50 to $3 Sweater Coats $1.98
Ladies' Uurson Hose 25c grade 21c
Ladies (Closing Out) a lot of Ribbed
Hose, regular 25c grade
10 day only
Alw enormous bargain in Men
ASK FOR PREMIUM TICKETS
Seventh and Main
For the arreat an conviction
of any person or peraona, who
unlawfully remove cople of Tb
Moraine Enterprise from the
premise of utcribr after
paper iaa been placed thr by
Hi aeeme to be an unconventional
ort of fallow." - ' '- -i -
II. la at home wherever hla bat la
-Oh. Ii t.r? Well. I aaw bliu rhas-
pnf a new lid down the street with a
J)MrtiiK crowd betting o result", una
bt didn't hci-i.i t be much, at umua."
Clen ami DpII Irlah. of Union Hall,
werejn thla city Thuraday.
Pnnnlnr hill at nonnlar nrlce at
Mini C. OoldsmlfV.
Wllllim Jnnta. of Tleaver Creek,
waa In thia city on bualneaa Thuraday.
J. J. Dnurh and wife of Sandusky.
0., are registered at the Electric.
CwrKe and Ftank Stangel, of Wll-
onvllle, were In thla city on Thura
day. If m. ...ni v. in vat vnur
at of Mlaa C. Goldsmith.
Mra. C. O. T. Wllllama la In Port
land the attest of her dauchter. Mra.
J. M. Ijlwronra
Try that aneclal 25a coffee at liar-
Oeorca flrr.nrv tha teaael arowel.
of Molalla, waa In thla city on bust-
Lnnle .Iohmm. fif ttilnm. who hna been
In 'hln rlty lHlttng WUIIam 1). How
all, li'in returned to Ma home.
V-r. W. C. Ureen and Mra. W. W.
All l'cle, whohavo been at Redmond.
lltlnn relailven, returned to OreRoii
City Thuraday evening.
N'i'w walnut and flRa Juat In at
Harris" Rrorery. '
Mra. M. H. 8peara and daughter,
Ml. K,',m gpeara, who have been
'or the pttHt fifteen monlha vlaltlng
flillvp. Rt Charleaton, III., have re
tU'nnl to OreKon City, and will make
their home with the former'a dauRht
f. Mr. H. p. Hrlghtblll.
A meeting of the elementary Bun
dy achool tearhera of the aeveral
chnrchea of Oregon City will be held
' the Congregational church Friday
afternoon at 3:30 o'clock for the pur
pose of reorganizing a graded. Sunday
w Blve you the leading and beat
"yl nnd aave you money. Mlaa C.
f- M. Knott, well known In thla city
nd who haa made hla headquartera
t the George Young atore, la 111. and
hl dHughter, Mra. Kuta. arrived ou
ThunnUy morning from ymatllla. hav
,nH been aummoned to hla bedalde.
Mr.Knotfa brother-in-law Mr, Knlghi
Portland, waa alio In thla city Wed
nday. . : .. '
1 W want your trade at Harrl groc
"y and we will get It If high altT
'nw price and prompt aervtce count
, Having purchaaed the Intereat o
M n ti-i ...i.mnhll. and re-
firing bualneaa, I will now conduct
a Duaineaa by myaeir, in new tu
'n .Armory bulldlnit. Mr. Hart, en
fPrt mechanic from Auatralla. baa
n aecured! He l n Prt on
Kneral repairing , Including autorao;
f Rule Didn't Work. j
Children's 25c and 30c Hose 14c
Ladies' Cotton Fleece-Lined Underwear,
25c grade ...... 19c
Ladies' 50c cotton-ribbed Underwear 39c
44 fine $1.50 Springfield Under-
Girls' 35c Ribbed Underwear ...... 23c
" 50c and 60c Wool Underwear .. 36c
Boys' 25c Cotton Underwear. .. j9c
Boys' 35c Underwear . 23c
Boys' 50c and 60c Underwear.. .. '. . 39c
to $1.50 at 59c
BARGAINS IN SHOES FOR WOMEN:
10 dsys only-82.88.
10 day only
and Ladies' Suits and Overcoats.
OUR BIG BARGAINS.
LI nd berg
SOS Sailing Blda., Portland.
Phone Main 6151.
bllea, aewlng machines, guna. - etc.,
makes old uinhrelltie like new and all
klnda of electric work. Wa will call
for and deliver all artlcloa. Cheater
Elliott. Karaite and repair abop. Arm
J. E. Bheltnn, prominent newspap
er mun of Mlaaourl. waa In the cl.y
Mra. lavldCauficld. who left last
week for Kosebunc. where she wan
In attendance at the State Federation
of the Women's Clhb, returned to Ore-
Ron City Monday evening. Mra. t-au-
field on her return tap atoppea at
Kuicene. where aha visited Judge anu
Mra. U T. Ilarrla. Mra. llarrla belnrf
her sister. While In KuRene ahe waa
m meat of ' FortnlRhtly Club, wblcn
met Saturday afternoon.
Heart to Heart
ry Edwin A.rorr
WHO IS TO BLAMtT
Ml never had a c bauce"
That was tb aaaertluti nf the .roil n a
woman concerned In the trltii of young
Beattl of Virginia, charged with the
murder of bl wife.
-1 never bad a chance." be says
"My mother couldn't give uie the train
lug I ought to have bad."
Continuing, BeuUb Uluford sold:
"Oh. wbafe the ue of trylug to be
good? I've tried It. but Ifa no go I
get a place somewhere, but oon up
go the eyebrow, and I'm turned out
In the atreet again.
She say ah "Iwimn to be bad at
thirteen and at tlfteen xbe was a
Wlil i- l" h'.ir-" T!' it-l Wat iee
h,.r ni..t'i.'r mid if i:'v nu'lit to
aoni i ni. but-
Wheu till' Klrl "l-mo ''' '
d'd anv oiii intervene in a
1)1,1 -oi-letvV Hm-lety I" t" ""' I'"1'
Nbln'tbe wi, ked to nave a la-- im 'iit
And. unfortunately, more wim ii-
d.r nurwlng of the wouud mnde by
tbe glrl'a fall.
She tried to be good and-
Up went tbe eyebrowa." Oh. the
rarity of Christian cburity under the
sun! Somebody wnmpen-u
woman of the house, up went ine
brows. nd out went the girl.
Now- . .
If thla poor glri had fallen down and
broken her arm there" would bae been
willing banda apd tender ministration.
But when ahe tell down and brqke ber
'""Mr tbe way of tbe world. If you
. .. . . ... nthar evea Will
rail ana itwp u
tream with tear In the pity of It but
If you fall and lose your aoul all ey
"Started on the downward road at the
tender age of thlrteen-a mother who
either did not understand or did not
c,re-e.aylog to be an boneet girl and
throat again Into the atreet-
Wbat chance had ahe?
She d the chance that ad onpro
tected lamb will have In the mldt of
...ntn valves, the chance of a quit-
'ring kid In the lair of bunjrry tlcera
An Isolated casei romrwu..,
as set down the fact that It Uvall too
common. Oo Into tbe Juvenile homes
of the city and tbe reform schools of
the state and yon will discover plenty
8Dcr1be for th DJly Rnterorlee
13.50 and M Shoe
10 days only ,
DONT MISS SEEING
ASK FOR PREMIUM TICKETS
FADS AND FANCIES.
Beeoming Moutaalin da 6oia Naek
Frill The N.w Necklace.
Kur tbe woman win. otlll ellnK to
till' roll ml. rollurlean unk llie lirond
plulled iits k frill or boa of white,
Itmy or soft toned niousseliu ! sole
ure .rtl-it'M r!.v appropriate snd be
coming. Tliewe'fr!!! rre ini'de Jnt
PLAIN WAIST DEMON.
Ilk the oue worn year ago and tie
either In the back or tbe front with
long velvet rlblMin atreaniers.
Extremely pretty Is a necklace of
white bend alternating wltU carved
allv.er bead and caught with a atlver
The long lace rilled sleeve bas been
revived and makes a chnrtnlug setting
for an attractive or even an unattrac
tive hand. -
Colors that predominate In the fall
sartorial dtsplaya are rorouatlon red.
royal blue and empire green.
Quite wonderful are tbe new colored
allk handkerchiefs from Pnria-laven-der.
blue, even purple to match the
Every woman who moke her own"
ahlrt waists likes to have a pattern per
fectly plnln thnt'flts her exactly, On
thla foundation she may exercise her
Ingenuity tu the trimming- line. Such
a waist Is here Illustrated.
, This May Ma'nton paMorn cut In sles
for small women and alrla of fourtean.
sixteen and elifhteen years of e. Send
10 cents to this otTtce. giving number. Tl.
and It wIM be promptly forwarded to you
by mall. K In haste tend sn additional
two cent stamp for letter postage, wUi
Insures more prompt delivery.
a... Far the Whole World.
Am.ri.Kii candle are exported In
lanrer or smaller quantities pretty
much an over the world, aud our can
eudliv tucreasing. W
..mi anma to Europe. Vow will now
find American candle on sale In Lon
Paria and Berlin. 1Ota of Amer
lean candle are sold In South Africa.
and theyare sold In considerable quan
.i.i.. i- inHio . Vnn can bnv them
Ullt-W IU J u v. . . , -
for lntane. In Calcutta, and they are
sold in Australia. They are sold in
many places around the world, and
then. cimiluB arouutl thl way again,
tbey are wild Mexico and all the
Central American coun tries and all
through the West indie and through
out Kouth America.-New York Hnn.
A ' ' -
Andaman ImIm odors, lowest of ssv
ages, think that earthquakes are caua
td hy the spirit of the dead, who, Im
patient at the delay of the resurrec
tion, shake tbe palm trees on which
they believe tb earth to rest
One of tbe oldest Instruments In ex
latence I tb drum, which waa naed
among the ancient racee of Krvot
Rad te Morning nterpr1e.5
DISABLED BY STUMP
V. F. Schooley took a party of
prospective buyer to Canby Thura
day to look at a farm. There were
five In the party Including Mr. Schoo
ley, and they went In the Schooley
nutiimo'ulle. Mr. Schooley. who waa
driving, when near Canby aaw aev
eral atumpa in the middle of the road,
but paaaed over them easily. On the
return trip, however, the automobile
g t nick one of the atunipa and hit tho
hanger of the engine, Knooxing on me
and nf tha iroar rase. Mr. Schooley
succeeded In awlnglng the euglne on
two heavy wlrea and waa aoie to lane
the paaaengera to New Era, where
they boarded the train for Oregon
City. Mr. Schooley notified C. O.
Miller, of thla city, who brought tne
disabled car to thia city. It will be
aeveral day before It can be re-'
SUIT STARTED TO END STEEL TRUST
(Continued from page 1.)
Louis W. Hill, Jame J. Hill. Wal
ter J. Hill. B. T. NichoU and J. H.
Gruber are named a trustee ii con
nection with ore companies. Tbe
Steel Corporation' lease of the Great
Northern Railway ore properties,
which the directora of the steel com
pany formally decided today to can
cat la aiiaa-ad to be Illegal. The ac
tion of the director waa tauen oniy
a few hours before in nnng oi mv
bill. The Government acknowledges
that It waa advised of the Steel Cor
poratlon's Intention In thla respect.
but say that un-ner tne wrmi ui iu
laaaa no cancelation would be effec
tive until January 1. 1915, and there
la no limit upon the amount of ore
that can be taken on in tne meanume.
Sensational allegation lairiy ior-
nvar aach other In the Govern
ment petition, which 1 an equity pro
ceeding praying ior lnjuucuuu.
eatop conUnuance of the alleged mo
nopoly and such other relief aa tne
court may grant
Th Sign of the Apple.
A tailor's to a little town of
Cheshire was an appleslmply sn ap-
rla The neonle were smarted at it
Tbey came In crowds to the tailor's.
asking whatever was the uenmog or
It Tbe tailor, with a complacent mlle.
-If It hadn't been for an apple where
would tbe clothing hustnesa be todayr1
' "Ton beled send that man to con
gress because you liked blm. did you
"No." replied Farmer Comtossei.
"He wa gettln' ao overheertu and eg
tlBtlcal that I wanted f see him put
somewhere that nd probably put It
np to blm to apologise and explain
ometlme." Washington Star.
''Your daughter aaya ah will marry
me or nobody," aald Baron Fucaaa de
fiantly." "Yea." replied Mr. Cumrox with
light Irritation, "and I reckon ahe'e
going to do both."- Washington Star.
Read th Morning Rr'erpriae...-
Here is the Only
Compare our price with other and
you will be nre to (trad here. New
and second band furniture of all
klnda. Granite, glaaa and light bard
E. W. liellien
Opposite The Gran
Ne' Fall and Winter
Salts and Overcoats for
Men and Boys.
Best Shoes made for Ladies, Men,
Boys and girls.
Nifty Suits and Coats in
Everything: New in Furniture and Stoves.
Our Fall Outfitting Sale
YOUNG FOLK TO GIVE
The Alert and the Rustlera of the
Youdk People' Society of the Chris
tian Endeavor 8oclety of the Baptiat
church will have a good time at the
church parlor thla evening when a
w.iinwa'an nartT will be alven. and
game and music will be on the pro
gram. A contest for membership re
cently etarted tn thla society waa di
vided Into division, tne Aierw au
Rustlers. The former division will
entertain thla evening and the Rustl
era and friends will be their guesU.
The committee arranging the affair
has all kind of aurpriaee 1 In store
for those who attend, The room ate
to be decorated for thla occasion. Mlaa
Clarice Zumwalt la chairman of the
committee. A meeting waa held Mon
day evening at the home of Mis Ella
Dempster, at which plans were made
for the entertainment
O. C. TO PLAY SILVERTON. -
TV,. nimn rite Hieh School Foot
ball team will play the Silverton High
School team In 8IIverton November
4. The aame team will play here
An Amiable Maniac ,
Australia on. e posseseed an mlable
maniac who had a pleasant little naoii
of getting ou a train ou Sunday anu
pulling the belk-ord a oou as the
train atarted. Bue-it. waa a lady
wnnld then exDlaln to the Infuriated
railway offlclale 'that Providence bad
given ber special power to atop all
trains traveling oo Sundays. ,
Cholera end Perfumes.
trhan chnlerj Drevalled In London
and Paris people employed In perfum
ery factories eacapea it ravages.
Patronise our advertlaer.
DM FOR PEACHES
A demand for peache ha reap
peared In the fresh fruit trade and
sale are reported from 40 to 60
centa a box, according to quality.
For a number of week the "rail for
peaches haa been extremely limited.
Salea were made recently down to SOc
a box for very small slzea.
The peach trade seems to be tho
nnlv one that 1 showing an Improve
ment In the fruit market Grape are
still In an oversupply for all varle
tlee. Concords are actually being re
tailed at less than most wholesaler
Apple, while steady, are not show
ing the movement expected, owing to
the liberal supplies of other fruits.
However, a th season for moat
varieties Is about at a close, a great
er consumption of apple Is generally
expected within the near future.
Prevailing Oregon City price ar
. MiriwH movlne) Green hides.
6o to 6o; Salter, Co to 6c; dry hide,
lie to 14c; heep pelta, S5o to 75c
Hay, Grain, Feed.
' HAY (Buying) Timothy, S13 to
en. invar id to f!- oat bar. beat 19
to $10; mixed, $9 to $1J; alfalfa, $15
OATS (Buying) uray. iza "
$27; wheat, $32 to $33; oil meal, $53;
Shady Brook dairy feed, $1.26 per
100 pounds. ,
FEED Shorta. $27 to $28;' rolled
barley. $37.50; proces barley. $38.50;
whole corn, $17; cracked corn. $38;
white. $26 to $27; bran $27 to $28.
. Butter, Poultry, Egg.
FLOUR $4.50 to $5.25.
BUTTER (Buying) Ordinary
country butter, 25c. to 80c;. fancy
dairy, 80c; creamery. SOc to S5e.
POULTRY (Buying) Hena, 11c
to IS 1-8; broilers, lie,
EOG8 Oregon ranch eggs, SOc to
S5c. ......,, r ' .
our Ladies' Suit Room.
DRIED FRUITS (Buying)
Prune on baal of t 1-4 pound for 45
50'. SACK VEGETABLES Carrot.
f 1 ?5 tn tl Kft nar aaikr naranlna.
IL2S to $1.60; turnip, f 1.25 to $1.60:
prunes, on oasis or e l-tc ior. 46 ana
POTATOES Best -buying 70c to
85c per hundred. -
AVinNJSOroeYin tl 5K tn tl SO nar
hundred; Australian, $2 per hundred.
BEEF (Live weight) Steers. 5c
and 64c; cow. 4Ho; bulls, S 12c
VEAL Calves bring from 8a to
13c, according to 'grade. ,
MUTTON SheeD. 2c an 2c:
lambs, 4c and 5c
HOGS 125 to 140 pound hogs, 10c
and 11c; 140 to 200 pounds, 10c and
" Our greatest clubbing offer.x The
Morning Enterprise by mall and the
Weekly Oregonlan, both until Novem
ber 1, 1912. for only $3. Offer close
October Si. 1911. .
ATHLETICS AGAIN WORLD CHAMPIONS
(Continued from Page 1.)
Snodgraaa filed to Oldrlng; Murray
walked; Merkle forced Murray, Bak
er to Collin. No runs.
Philadelphia Snodgrasa misjudged
Murphy's fly, which went for a dou
ble; Davis out. Doyle to Merkle; Mur
phy taking third; Barry filed toDe
vore, Murphy scoring; Thomas fan
ned. One run.
New York Barry fumbled Her
Kog' grounder; Fletcher fouled - to
Davis; Meyer and Wiltse fanned. No
.Treatment at Hot Lake, Including medical attention, board and
baths, costs no more than you would pay to live at any first class
hotel. Rooms can be had from 75 cent to $2.60 per day. Meals
In the cafeteria are served from 20 centa up and In the grill at the
usual grill prices. Batha range from 60 centa to $1.00. .
Wc Do Ctirc Rbcumatism .
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HOT LAKE. OREGON.
WALTER li. PIERCE. Prer.-Mgr.
A new Victor-Victrola is herd A genuine
Victor-Victrola, bearing the famous Victor
trademark, priced at only 15.
Come in and see it and hear it. No obligation to
buy, but after hearing it you won't want to be with
out one. " '
Other style. $25 to $250. Victors $10 to $100. Ymj
payments if desired.
HUNTLEY BROTHERS CO. ,
Victor and Edisorf Agents Oregon City, Oref
r.rjl kMM As Mm
Philadelphia Bender filed to Doyle;
Lord singled through pitcher; 8 nod
grass misjudged Oldrlng' fly, wbico
fell In front of him and Lord took
third; tbe Athletic worked the
squeeze play ucce8fully, Merkle
dmnnine Wlltra'a throw of Colllna'
grounder. Lord scoring; Collin saf
at first; Baker singled to center uia- -ring
scoring; Colllna took third; Mui-
pby aingled to center, scoring Collins;
Baker waa held l second; Davis
singled to center, scoring Baker, Mur
phy reaching third; Barry aouoied to
right field crowd, scoring Murfhy;
Marquard replaced Wiltse; wild pitch
allowed Davta and -Barry to score;
Marquard threw the ball six feet to
Meyers' right; Meyers, disgusted,
took hla time getting the ball; Thom
as aingled to Tight; Thomas out steal
ing, Meyers to Fletcher; Meyer, fired
from game, argued with Umpire Con
nolly, Insisting that three were out;
Bender fanned. Seven runs.
New York Devore out. Barry to
Davis; Doyle out, Davta to Bender,
Snodgras safe on Barry' fumble;
Murray out. Collins to Davis. No
run. Wilson catching for New York
Philadelphia Wil3on replaced Mey
er; Lord doubled to left; Oldrlng
fltnH tn Gnnilmuc Trrd t&ktns- third!
Colllna out. Doyle to Merkle; Baker
fanned. No run. '
Ninth Inning. '
New York Merkle filed to Barry,
Herzog singled to center and took
second on Oldrlng' fumble; Herzog
took third on a wild pitch; Fletcher
out, Colllna to Davis, Hersog scoring;
Mclnnes relieved Davla on first base,
for Philadelphia, to give him a chance
to play In the world series; Wilson
out. Baker to Mclnne. One run.
Hot Lake Mineral Bath
mud given under acleu-
tlfi direction have cured
thousands. Write for Illus
trated booklet descriptive Of
Hot Lake Sanatorium and
the methods employed. Hot
Lake Sanatorium la accea-
aa It la located direct-
on the main line of tne
R. & N. railway, and
special excursion ratea are
to be had at all times. Ask