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i ' , . ' M011N1NQ KNTEKPRISR, WEDNUrtOAT, NOVKMDER i. "itii . H '
OREGON CITY, OREGON
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Bntarprtaa will ba tba aama M tin
aally. for advartlaenwata set aapacaalty
far tha weekly: Where the aayaniaaaaaat
la transferred fmra Um dally la tba -y.
eltnont taurK tba rata will ba ta
aa Inob for r-ua ml tha aayat. aad IS aa
lack for apaelai posluoav
. Caan abaald aoooiayaay ardar abm
aarty la imkaewa la baalaaa arrlaa at
Lci adwUstna at tai ad silts
Tlmia advartlalna and special
vdvartkra-c at Uc t e aa Inch.
a to tctsj roadltloaa gaaralna taa
"Ptra Bala" and Baakrvpt Bala
tmaamts Je Inch drat Inaarttaa
mJ ksasrtlooa aama starter kaaa.
News Items and wall wrttaa artletaa
f atarlt. with lataraat to loraJ readers,
wtll ba (tadTy accepted. RaVctad mm
aarlpta merer raturaad ualaaa aerotaaaa
lad by ataaoa ta prepay ii'iaw.
CITY OFFICIAL NEWtPAPtR.
December next when King George of
England la crowned Emperor of In
dia., it will ba th flrat ceremony of
Ha kind In tha annals of tha Empire.
No preceding British sovereign a
ver before gona through tha corona
tion ceremony In India, nor baa any
of the English sovereign Yislted In
di after ascending to the throne.
The coming (Migrant will be made
an affalrr o unparalleled magntll
cence. Thre will be eleren daya of
re views, proreasloua, receptlona, etc.,
all guaged to appeal to the Oriental
paaalon fur the apectacular. At the
coronation durbar 100.000 Aalatlc sub
ject a of the King and Queen will hear
the royal proclamation and witness
the Investiture, after which the feu I
atory prtncea and rules wtll pay tbel
homage to the newly crowned aover
this pageantry and aplendor
tickle the fancy of the natives, but
upon Ita copclualon King George will
be no more nor less than a nominal
ruler of the great Indian Empire.
New York and Philadelphia Went
Baseball Mad For -World's Series
TRADE WITH SOUTH,-
v - !
t THE MORNING ENTERPRISE
-it la on aal at tha following stores 4)
. - . Huntley Broa. Drugs e
J. W. McAnulty Cigars d
Seventh and Main. a
EV B Auderaon,
4 Main near Sixth.
' If. E. Dans Confectionary
V Next door to P. a
City Drag Store ,
" Electric HoteL
dj' Seventh and X Q. Adaaaa. r
A bulletin of the Department of
Commerce and labor shows more
than 400 vessels sailing from por's
of the United States for ports in Mexl
co. Central America, South America
and the West Indies.
The Imports of the United States
from these countries have Increased
from $212,000,000 ten yeaxa ago to
$386,000,000 In the fiscal year 1911,
I our exports from $130,000,000 to $290.
000,000 In the same period. The tm
i ports have Increased 82 per cent, and
I the exporta 123 per cent
We should enjoy the greater eharo
of the trade of the Western Hernia
phere, because of geographical loca
tion and because of the natural de
sire of our Southern neighbor to
. hovJ 1 in American History.
ISO President Uncola accepted res
ignation of General Wlnfleid Scott
v and appointed George B. M cClel-
- Ian general in chief of the army.
l877-OHver Terry .Morton. - famooa
"war governor" of Indiana, died;
ASTRONOMICAL EVENTS. -
- .(From door today to noon tomorrow.)
San seta dX rlxea 827; moon seta
1:43 a. m.; Constellations vtoibfe 830
a. m la November: Overhead. An-
, dromeda. Pecano: north! Cra Major.
Crsa Minor. Draco. Cassiopeia. Cepbe
as; northeast. Anrlga. Peraeos: east.
Tanroa. Orion. Aries: southeast. Flo
Tins Eridanos Cetat: sooth. Pisces,
Sculptor. Phoeoix; eoatbwest Aqaari
is, Capricorn us. Piscls A us trulls: west.
Delphta ns (Job's lofflni. Aqalla; north
; west. Cypnrm. Lyra. Hen-cle. Ktrt
magnitude stars visible same hour,
with rank after each: northeast, ("a
pella. 4: east. Aldebaran. M: nipel. 7:
Betelgeux. 11: west
maintain political friendship with
their great and powerful neighbor on
the north. The opening of the Pana
ma canal will offer further opportuu
ity for expansion of our trade with
South America and American capital
should not be hesitating in thla tm
Turkey la .a gooa example of tle
fatal policy of standing' still while
other nations are forging ahead.
Anyway, President Taft had better
success In hla coast-to-coast Journey
than any of the aviators haa had.
,,,, 4, x
A genealogist saya John D. Rocke
feller haa four king In hla anceatry.
; He haa long had tour aces in his
In order to strentghen hla military
arm the Sultaln of Turkey ought to
trade hla camels for troop of M!s-
t souri males.
Booth Tarklngton Is now separated
from his wife. The artistic tempera
ment seems, every a here, to be iia'J
to get along with.
The names, of the candidates for
state officers in New Mexico auggest
Altalr. 13: Dnnb-'tht Madero must have had some-
west. Deneb. Vera 'Lyrai. Plan
et during November. 131 1: lenpry
in Libra and Scorpio. Invisible:' Venus
in Leo and Vlrgow rises about 3 a. m.:
Mars romes to opposition and its
brightest In Tnurus. when It will be
nearest earth, rising about 5 JO p. m.;
Joplter In Libra rises about 7 a. m.;
Satnrn In Aries seta about 0 a. m.;
Uranoa In Sagittarius sets about 0 p.
m.: Neprane in Gemini rises about
9-J3Q p. m.; Asteroid Pallas, comes to
: opposition, favorable to visibility: sun
In Libra till 20th. tben Scorpio: Leonid
meteors after midnight In east from
11th to 15th: Andromede meteors In
northeast and overhead, from 2T,tb to
A GORGEOUS SPECTACLE.
There will be a most gorgeous and
almost bewildering spectacle In the
historic city of Delhi on the 12th of
thing to do with the selection.
Turn about la fair play. Some of
the pure food officials are to be
Mrs. Hurt Ig editor of the Optimist
at Olpe, Kan., having been threatened
by the forcea of evil, prints: "Come
on and I will give a doctor a Job of
picking out a few shota." Woman's
capacity fqr politics Is getting new
proof every day.
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w.ir ' v c-h""
with northeast eitauslon of north
line of lot ft. block 30. Central Ad
dition to Oregon city; thence
westerly along north line of said
lot 6 10 Riley between I'ltrce and
Taylor streets; thence northerly
along alley to' Twelfth street;
thence westerly along Twelfth
street to northeast corner of lot I,
block U lleall' Addition to Ore
gon City; thence southorly along
lot line to Eleventh street; Ihenco
westerly along Eleventh street to
northeast corner of lot 1. block
Hi. Oregon City; theme aoutherly
along lot line and the northerly
boundary of District No. 3 to
point of - beginning - at - the south.
east corner of lot 3. block 105. and
constructing the cost of laying and
constructing aald aewer , to each
lot or part thereof, or parcel vl
real estate In aald Sewer District,
according to such benefits, has
made Its report and the assess
ment based thereon Is now ou M
lu the office of the Kocorder of
said Oregon City and subject to
. eiamlnatlou and the City t'oiiucll
of aald Oregon City hits appointed
Friday evening, November 7, lll.
at o clock P. m. In the touncii
.Chamber of Oregon Cliy. as the
time and place for hearing objec-,
tion to aald assessment and you .
are hereby notified that any ob- j
Jectlona. when may be made In
writing and filed with said Itecordor
on or before the 7th day of Novenv !
be 3, 1811. will 1 heard !
and considered by the said ,
City Council at the time and place ,
hereinbefore apeetlled tit-fore any i
ordinance Hi passed fcssessing the
coat of said sewer.
Dated October 30. lull.
U STIHIV Recorder.
eanoet beoom amploysr until thy
have vd eneugh capital t mas a
Aavlng aceount -at thla hank will
net only prevlds capital, but will glv
a training In flnsnoe which will prev
valuable busln.se help.
The Bank of Oregon City
OLDEST BANK lit THE COUNTY
U-c-l.TOUR-TT rvaaanaw . r.'I. MIIH
THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK
of OREGON CITY, OREGON
rrenaaau s ! Sanaing Soslaswa.
Open front I A. m,
Photos copyright by A mar' ran Prees Association. 111.
EW YORK and Philadelphia went stars mad for a few ! 1-efore
the games for the championship of the world began and the msdm-sa
became more prououmed aa tbe aerie progressed Kmui :u'.to to
40.0110 enthusiasts watched each of the games ami as ninny mors
jronid-have-beau-praaant If the -parka had-beeu larger XkkjU JrnlTri7"L
hold of thousands o'f tickets thst were priced at $2 and 13 and sold th. m for
two to six times tbe advertised prices The receipts for the flrst three games
amounted to $1!5.U .V). of wblcb the players share $10A.7U3.83. the nicuilwr i
of the winning tesm getting 00 per cent end tbe losers 40 Tbe upper picture
sbows a group of the Athletics entering the Held The white eleplmats that
appear on their sweaters la due to the remark' of a Philadelphia paper to the
effect that tbe fine park built a few years ago by Magnate Shlle In Pbllndel-
phla would be white elephant." In tbe small circle Managers McGraw and i
Mack are seen ahaklng banda before tbe first game. Mack, who never appears
ba a uniform. Is not allowed on the coaching lines, but must direct the game
from tbe bench. The other picture sbows "Glome Run" Baker making tbe
circuit after be bad knocked the ball over tbe fence in tbe second game
BURNED WHILE CLEANING GUN.
Holert King, of Logan, waa burned
by' powder Monday while cleaning bis
gun. He waa brought to the office f
Prs. Carlt A Melsaner. where his In
juries were attended to.
Subscribe for th Dlly Rnterorlee
Gladstone Lumbor Company
UNOALOW MATERIAL Of ALL KINDS.'
Lumber, lath, shingle, fence-posts and door, mouldings, ui
all kind of 1nald nlh. Price right lumber guaranteed and proa
(YARDS AT PARK PLACE).
Phon Main 211.
' Tba Oat ef Tear.
The tlate of Teera. s atrsll between
the itiil sen sod the Am blurt inilf. ha
l-eeu I he scene of manv shipwreck.
YOUNG FOLK OIVEN PARTY.
Mr. Svr Entertain In Honor et
Litti Daughter, ,
Mr. Ernest Slever entertained
about twenty tUe youug khhiU at a
Halloween party at her hoa, ,
Gladstone Monday evenln. a
of bar little daughter. Alice Th
pllig waa devoted to kiuM aod n
freabmenta ere aervetl. ' The dtcc
tlona were very prttv. b8.
pumpkins and autumn leave.
Are vou a suba.ntar to tic Mora,
ing Knlnrprln? U not yo Vkoul ta
and let n pu vour nstn oq ts( l4.
acrtptloaj list Immediately
Wants, for Sale, Etc
Nattrae ander taaaa ctaaeiried aaadwaaa
will v laatad at aaa cant a ward fire
tuaaf Ilea:" pair S -eanl-andttrnnal
one heb card, tt ear exaitl. naif
lack card. naaei si par awsaih.
Caah must tcon.ur ardr unl-ae an.
Kaa aa aoea account with the paper. No
flaaaalal reeponalbillur for errnra: wKan
rrae eurrvcted sot tea will a-
stinted lor patron, atlnlroum aaarae Uc.
Portland, will be In Oregon City
t Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays
of each week, at comer of Sixth and
Washington street, phone Main:
FOR SALE LAND.
t . vt wrv e.... 1 , a A I '1.
to eee my collc(Uiit of arrow-heads
coins, Indian tnnkata, i'.d stxm.u
and curio of , .: sorts Will t u
or sell in thu tin, llavt tunt gool
bargains In sernnd-hand furnltu'
ana tools.' Oeorso Young. Mali-, bt.i
near Fifth. .
ONION LAND 88 acre of good hind '
3 miles from Aurora. Oregon. 40 1
acres cultivated, 70 acres of good i
river bottom and 35 acrea of bottom I
land cleared and partially under lr
- rlgatlon from creek. ;-d onion '
farmer can pay for this land In n
In ml. '
WAVPl&D Place to work for boar I
while attending Oregon City Higu
School. Apply P. H., care Enterprise.
YOUNG man, average sense, wants
outside position; no soliciting o
canvasslng. R. J. Eddy, 511 Slxt i
WANTED Young woman wants posi
tion aa clerk, some experience.
N. K., corner Fourth and Monroe
Great Britain rtill has an eye oti
tbe Daidanelles, although Russia
seems to have abandoned all hope o:
ev-r reaching them. The Eastern
question, believed to have been dead,
Is Keen now to bave been only sleep
ing, and not very soundly.
Suffrage Is Unsexing Women j
: and Contributing to the :
Increase of Insanity
Br Dr. MAX G. SCHLAPP. Psychologist, of Columbia University
UFFRAGETTES ARE TO A LARGE EXTENT SEXLE8S.
They FAIL to REALIZE tbe DUTIES OF VO
MAXIIOOD and seem to LOSE TIIEIIl WOMANLY
QUALITIES. In thistressful age eare getting fewer and
fewer womanly women. In fact, many can hardly be called women
at all. They bave none of tbe womanly emotion, none of tbe wo
manly aympatbics. They ARE TRULY SEXLESS. To be ure.
tbere are some who are estimable, who have broad domestic feelings,
yet they are on tbe decrease.
The only way that I can account for it is tbe AGE. We are atriv
ing aa no nation or age has ever striven. The advance of tbe fast one
hundred and twenty-five years is UNPARALLELED, and we are
paying the cost. We are having more nervous wrecks and criminals
than ever before.
W are ceasing to be normal. That U wby we bave this suffrape
movement. Our women are becoming ABNORMAL. How many
childrcn'are being nursed- now in the old wav When you realize
this one change you can appreciate the growing difference in woman.
And OUR CHILDREN -ARE SUTFERINO AS A RESULT.
They are growing uf LESS STRONG, LESS RELIANT and
SINCE 170 NOT ONLY HAS THE BIRTH RATE 'DECREASED,
UT THERE-HAS BEEN AN INCREASE OF INSANITY, AND NER
VOUS DISEASES AMONG THE WOMEN. " SHOWING THE SEX IS
OVERBURDENED. " . , , s
The increased fe ml ""itraire is Hoinir the race hmi. y
WANTED Boy and girls. Here
Ii your chance youngster to
nake your Christmas money
easy. The Morning Enter
prise will pay you a big com
mission for brinlgng In trial
subscriptions. If you .want
to know more about it call or
wrlte to the Circulation Man
agcr of the Morning Enter
prise, Oregon City, and learn -all
about what you Will bave
to do. The more you turn in
tbe more you will make and
yo.i can make a lot If you
few year from crop froip
Building old and of no value. Gooi
school adjoin farm. R. F. I. route
passes farm. No rock or gravel.
No trade considered, f 130 per acre,
one-half cash, balance on mort
gage 6 per cent. (?. B. Dlmlrk, own
er, Oregon City, Oregon.
" "cleaning adTressing. " !
CHICAGO TAILORS suits nmde to,
order from S10 and up. We also do :
cleaning, pressing and repairing
Three doors south of postoffce.
J. ALBA SAGER. teacher Of win-i nml
string Instruments, director of u tml i
and orrht-stra. Will furnish miihl j
tor any occasion. cil at Kiecti i : i
r" CITY NOTICES.
FOR SALE launch, 23 feet long,
capacity 14 passengers. First class.
Inquire Dr. Stuart, city.
FOR SALE Six-room bouse and two
lots on Washington street; $1400
cash. Call C12 Fourth street.
Phone Main 24C3.
NICE piano in Oregon City for rent
or will sell cheap. Write G. II.
Graham, manager wholesale, titer's
Music House, Portland, Or.
A KM K AN8-Dim(cir V ulmlck,
Lawyers, Oregon City, Or.
. f EBY, Attorney-at-Law. Ioq
loaned, almtracis furnished. Isov
title examined, eitatt settled, gen
eral law'bus.neaa Over flank oi
II'REN A BCHUEBEU Attorns) s-at
law, Deutscber Advokst, will prso
Uoe In all courts, mak collaciloa
prise Blda, Oregon Cltv. Oregon
BUILDER AND CO ''T1 ACTOR.
MARKT JONES Builder and Genera
Contractor. Estimates erefull
given on all classes of bitildln
work, concrete walk an reinforced
eneereta. Res. phone Ms I 111
1 H OOPRTt. Toe rir tnanraner
( Real Eatata. Let us hand's
yoor" properties we buy. sen and
evrhsng. Offlre In Rn'erDrlse
fldg.. Oregon City. Oregon
Notlc of Hearing of Ninth Street
Notice Is hereby given that the ap
portionment of the cost of the Im
provement of Ninth treet. Oregon
City, Oregon, from the East line o
Center street extending easterly to
" the west line of Jackson street, ha
been ascertained and tbe proposed
assessment, has been apportioned
and Is now on file in the office of
the necorder of Oregon Cfty and
subject to examination. Any objec
tions thereto' that may be made In
writing to the City Council of Ore
gon City and filed with the Recorder
thereof within fen days after" the
first publication of this notice, win
be beard and determined by the
council before the passage of any
ordinance assesKlng the cost of aald
The property assessed for the said
Improvement lies on both aides of
said part of said Ninth street pro
posed to be Improved and the line
of lots abutting on said part of said
Ninth street fartherest from said
part of said Ninth street and said
part of said Ninth street.
This notice Is published in the
Morning; Enterprise, the first pub
lication being October 25th, 1911,
and 'the City Council ha set No
vember 7th, at g o'clock p. ra. at
tbe Council Chamber of Oregon City
as th time and place of heating
of said objections.
DR. LENA R. HODGES, Osteopath, of
Notice of Hearing of Sewer District
No. 6 Aittsiment.
Notice is hereby given that the com
it lift. (ipp'ilMed to ASCi-rtal'i i
iri.ef;ts to earb lot, or pint
thereof, or parcel of real estate
lying In Sewer District No. 6. Ore
gon City, Oregon, described a fol
low: Beginning where the boundaries
of Sewer District No. 2 and 3 Join
at the southeast corner of Dis
trict No. 3 and at tk southeast
corner of lot 2, block 165, Oregon
City, Oregon, thence easterly along
alley across Van Iluren, Harrison,
Polq, Taylor and Pierce streets to
, Division street; thence easterly
along Division street across Bu
chanan street to Lincoln street ;
thence northerly along alley across
Buchanan street to southeast corr
ner of lot 7, block 47; County Ad
dition to Oregon City, thence
. northerly along tbe east line of lots
7 and to Ninth street; theno
westerly along Ninth stroet - to
Pierce street; thence northerly
along pierce street to Intersection
W A N T IS ID
We have more calls (or stenographers and
bojkkeeperi; than we can (ill; good position
at good salaries. Our stenographers and
bookkeepers are with the best firms in the
lecaute oi the practical training we give.
A Special Rate will be made
to the (irst stuJent enrolling from your county
and we guarantee a good position.
Eclectic Business University
630 Worcester Block, Portland, Oregon.
The Smallest Shop
Will do more business than a large store
poorly lighted. The new MAZDA Economy
Diffusers make it possible to flood small busi
ness places with electric light at a very small
cost. The light from these new lamps is so
brilliant and is so perfectly diffused that often
only one cluster is needed. The turn-down
switch gives just the degree of light desiredn
You will be interested in the terms we can of-
t you on these lights. Ask about them.
PORTLAND RAILWAY, LIGHT
& POWER CO.
MAINOPriCC7thonJ Alder Street