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MORNING ENTERPRISE, THURSDAY, NOVKMRKR 2. 1911,
OStEGON CITY, OREGON
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Walt Pw Bale,
M ward ftrw bv
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tea; aw. bag aeart
' Rum far adverts as - Aa Waakiy
Satarsrtee WUI be tba
' sally, for adverMeaaasata
for tbe weakly. Whara lha aaiTarT
w transferred frees tht AaJty ta tha
V. wtieout onaara. tha rata wis
es b- for Mta af tha pay. u4 ISO
arty la enaaowa
Legal advertiata at
Tlreua advertising and epoctal
' vcJVerlbjtwt at M to aa fetch.
aa la special vewdlileaa
Plra Sale aaJ Bankrupt Bala'
WMamta at hack first tnaaitlaa;
aaai feaaaruoaa aajaa matter
Saw ttrwta and wall WTIttaai tliaea
af aaarU. with lataraat as local Isadora,
ana ba giadry aacapto neyaeaed
.tele aaaar returned aal
tod by atajnoa ta prepay
CITY OFFICIAL NEWSPAPER.
t THE MORNING ENTERPRISE
w t on sal at tha following Btor
Huntley Bros. Drug
- Mala 8trL
J. W. McAaulty Clgara
. . 8vnta and Mala. ,
Ev B. Anderson,
4 Mala naar Sixth,
' M. B. Dunn Confectionery d
V '. Nazt door to P. O. ,
City Drug Stor
. Electric Hotel.
Saves ta and .1. Q. Adas.
Nov. 2 In American History. '
tT96 Jamca Knox Polk. cJereDtb prea
Meat of tbd Cnlted SUtea. born:
' died 1S49,
1885 Nortft Dakota-and -Sooth- Da
kota admitted to the "Onion.
1807 Robert A. Van Wyck elected first
mayor of Greater New York.
, 190 William J. Gaynor elected may
- or of New York on the Democratic
ticket, which met with a ceneral
From aooa today to noon tomorrow.)
Soa aeta 422. rises moon seta
221 a. m.; moon at rreatest llbratloo
east, thus exposlnr most to went.
CANADA IS NOT HOSTILE.
) Canada's new premier, R. l Bor
den, says that region is not hostile
to tha United States. Ha goes aa far,
Indeed, as to intimate that reciproci
ty with os may com within a very
few years. It Is only fair for Amer-
' leans to state, however, right here
that if reciprocity conies within the
nest decade or two it will be on the
initiative of Canada. The United
States took the lead in the recent
closer-trade movement, and met a re
buff in the Dominion. We were told
by the then head of the administra
SCOTT NEARING of
University of Penn
sylvania SV -
II F tbe women of today continue
I men tbat thej are now they
say aa. per kM
bastaesa afftoe af
11 The wife no longer contributes to the family income bj
elaborate dressing she is often its
. Modern industry baa converted
The woman of today is in tbe third
s creature that might be beaten bv her
s state of co-operate labor with the
NOW WE HAVE THE PARASITE
OF THE WOMEN OF THE MIDDLE
SPONGE UPON THE MEN.
t ' at
Nobody is to blame. The women
what they are any more than are the men.' But the time baa come
when TWO ROADS open before the woman of tbe future. Either
she mnxt continue tn be a parasite and go down to ruin, dragging na
tions with ber.'or she mnt become a producer with aa ECONOMIC
necessity for hr 'ten""
tion, in Ottawa that thai Canadians
wer anxious to get n commercial
deal with as which would open a mar
ket here for their products and on
this promise a measure in that direc
tion was pushed through Congress hut
was beaten la the Dominion.
If, as Premier Borden seems to in
timate, there Is no unfriendly feellnc.
to the United States In Canada, and
if a trade pact is to be proposed to us
In a tew years, why was the recent
deal rejected on the other side of the
Une? The: rejection . cauera good
deal of surprise la the United States
The rejection was so overwhelming
that tha party which pushed the pact
In Canada was humiliated and dU
credtted. The head of the party
threatened at on time to retire for
ever to private life. After succes
sion of triumphs lasting a -decade
and a naif he was beaten so badly that
even his political opponents felt some
pity for him. But from what his suc
cessor says, a new campaign on this
issue in a tew years might have a dif
But the defeat of the reciprocity will
have one good result for the United
8tatea. It promises to diminish the
flow of Immigration from our side ot
the line. During 1911 thus far tha
number of Americans moving into
Canada has broken all records. Un
doubtedly that rush was largely due
to the expectation that reciprocity
would pass In both, countries. The
principal gains' through that psct
would go to Canada, and a majority
of the American farmers who moved
Into that region in the past nine
months had this prospect in mind.
With this inducement lacking our rest
less farmers would be Inclined to loo
after new holdings. Without intend
ing to do so, tha Jealous and vlndlc
tlva Canadians .dlA.theJUnited, States
a service when they defeated the
r - e.e
Missouri Is interested In good roads
Instead of mora pie for Bourbon boss
es. It was a vast change for the bet
ter when this state elected a repub
' , e
The man who ''starts something"
does not always get what la coming
to him, but Colonel Roosevelt is de
termined to have his full share of
credit for starting the Panama Can
The Firat Wheala.
. Although It seems difficult to realise
a world without a heels. these 'useful
spheres, which have now become ne
cessities, were not tmcd In England on
til comparatively recent times. It wsa
not till tbe yesr IMS that tbe very
first carriage with wht-ela attached
was made. This wss built for snd by
the orders of Queen Elizabeth. Tbe
first public conveyance that piled for
hire aa a cab was not In use until
1625. while tbe ancestor of our desr
old horse buses, the stagecoach, did
not arrive' on the streets till 1659.
Who can tell how many years It will
ba before we can dlnpenne with wheels
altogether? Umdon Mall.
Aa Aeeepted Apology.
There lives In SMnneanol!" s German
printer who Is well educated, bat
whose Ignorance of tbe English Isn-
guage as it is spoken is srest On
one occasion a reporter wrote a story
for his newspsper. making fun of tbe i
German snd incidentally making tbe
German angry. Tbe printer sought out
tbe writer and expressed his wrath.
"Tea, I wrote tbst" said tbe report
er, "snd I reiterate all I said."
"Well." commented tbe German smil
ingly. Tm glad you 'polopUe." Popu
to be tho economic burdens to
will ruin this country.
With the increased standard of
CHIEF. BURDEN. ,
men into earners and women into
stage. Fimt alie was the slave,
lord and master. Second came
cook stove and the loom.
WOMAN. THE WHOLE IDEA
AND UPPER CLASSES IS TO
of today are not to blame for
f ; . - I
f -y- - i
Cardinal Lays Cornerstone of
College Hall Named For Himself
V 5 1 ; ' a i,-
"'bj Amarlcan Prraa AaaociatloiC ' 1 :
ROCOIIT tosTther by the desire to pay honor to Cardinal tSllitmns,
bead of the Koman Catholic hierarchy In the United Plate, the iw-ent
saaeuiblage of arrbblabups.
vne of the laravat -aud luoxt
eccaaiao wsa the laying of tbe t-orneratoue of tbe Gibbons Memorial Hall of
tbe Catholic University of America, la commemoration of tbe Bftletb anniver
sary of tbe entrance of Cardinal Gibbons Into tbe prieatEood sod (he twenty-
fifth anniversary of his elevation to
dinal Gibbons, wealing bla miter, presiding st tbe ceremonies of tbe Urine of
the at one Tbe weat wing of tbe memorial ball baa been completed, and tbe
cornerstone ere utiles a place In tbe wail of tbe central tower. Thos fsr a boat
$130,000 ba been received for tbe fond for the building of tbe ball. A cam
palgn to raise the rest of the 1230.000 needed will be carried oa this winter
Netteea aadar ibiai oaaatfted a
wul ba 111..' l4 at aaa eaat a a-are. rtrm
taaartlea. bait a eaat addlcloaaJ baaar
Claaa. oa laeh ears. U aar aMatb oaS
ok aara. uaaaj at aar aaoata
Caah aaaat aeaompaay ardar anlraa an
m aa aaea aaaanat wttk Iba naaar. Ms
Oaaaetal raapoaalbtuty tar arrara; wbara
arrora arrur Iraa auractd asta wui a
prtatad for aatroa. Mbrttnuai aaaraa tb
WANTED Tourists aad local people
to see my collection of arrow-heads
coins, Indlaa trinktls. tld itao
and cnrlos or .: sorts. Will bu
or sell in thu iiu. Have euna good
bsrgains In serond-hsnd furniture
and tools. Georgo Voung, Malii t,i..
YOUNG man. average sense, wants
outalde position; no soliciting or
canvassing. R. J. Eddy, fill Bixtt
WANTED Young woman wants posi
tion aa clerk, soma experience.
N. IC. corner Fourth and Monroe
WANTED Boys and girls. Here
Is your chance youngsters to
mske your Christmas money
easy. The Morning Enter
prise will pay you a big com
mission for brlnlgng In trial
subscriptions. If you want
to know more about it call or
write to the Circulation Man
ager of the Morning Enter
prise, Oregon Cltv and learn
ail about what you will have
-- to do. - The more you turn h
the more you will mske and
you can make a lot If you
FOR SALE Launch, 23 feet Ion p.
capacity 14 passengers. First class.
Inquire Dr. Stuart, city.
CONCORD grapes, 3 cents a pound.
Bring your basket H. G. Stark
weather, Rlaley Station.
FOR SALE Six-room hbuse and two
lots on Washington street; $1400
cash. Call 612 Fourth street.
Phone Main 2463.
NICE piano in Oregon City for rent
or will sell cheap. Write G. 11.
Graham, manager wholesale, Eiler's
Music House, Portland, Or.
r AKM LOAN8 Dlmlck at Uimick.
Lawyers, Oregon City, Or.
If EBT. Atiomey-at-I-aw. lone
loaned, abstracts furnished. I so 7
titles exsmloed. sttane settled, gaa
era! law bustaesa. Ore Saak l
Oregon City. v.
'REN RCHUK3BU Attorneys!
iw, Deutscher Advokat, will prat
tle la all eourta. make eoliectlout
prise Blag Orea-oa Cltv. Oregoa. '
BUILDER AND CONTRACTOR
MARKT 0NTC8 Builder and Genera
Contractor. Estimates rraarfnii
given on all classes of butldtp
work, concrete warks ana relnforre
eonrret. Res. Phone Mala lit
"1. H COOPPIR. Frte rir tnanraner
and Real Ratal. . Lt as band)'
properties ws buy. sell and
errkange. Of firs Is trarerprfae
rridg., Orsgo City, Or era
biabops sod prteats In Waahlnxtoo n
dlatlnxolabed ever seen In Ainrrlos Tbe
the card Ina late. The picture tbowa Car
Portland, will be in Oregon City
Mondays. Wednesdsya and Fridays
of each week, st corner of 8lxth snd
Wsshicgton streets. ' Phone Main
FOR SALE LAND.
ONION LAND SS acres ot good land
3 miles from Aurora. Oregon. 40
acres cultivated, io acres of good
river bottom and 35 acres of bottom
land cleared and partially under Ir
rlgatlon from ' areek. Good onion
farmer can pay for this Isnd In s
few years from crop from land
Buildings old and of no value. Good
school adjoins farm. R. F. U, route
passes farm. No rock .or gravel.
No trade considered, f 130 per acre,
one-half caah, balance on mort
gage 6 per cent G. B. DimlrJt, own
er, Oregon City. Oregon.
CLEANING AND PRESSING.
CHICAGO TAILORS -suits msde to
order from $10 snd up. We av do
cleaning, pressing and repairing
Three doors south of postoffce.
J. ALBA 8AGER, teacher of wind and
string Instruments, director of band
snd orrbestrs. Will furnish musl
for any occasion. CU at Elect rin
When tha torac Cams Out.
A very -mall ni.:fi-not :;:r smnli
as to stature, but larking sImi la width
of hen in -iit In n ntreet sr until be
became tllir l.v wwleed In frm both
sldeK. Then there entered tlie -sr s
Inrge. Iiatnlwune a-omnn iioIkiIkti red to
the mluii'e. Hhe took the xlrap In
front of tbe unmll man snd whn hung
Ing to it In dlm-otnf'iff when the small
man snme. with flourish f rIKe
ness. and tnnrhed Iter on the urm.
"Take my sest. madam." be ssld.
with s how and s smi.e.
"Oh. thank yon very much." she re
plied snd turned toward the seat
Then, smiling genially sgiiln. she
ssked. "Where did yoo get up fromT
St. Paul Dispatch.
. One of Wesley's resworn for shifting
bis preachers every three yenrs wsa
svowedly that tbt-y might be n hie to
preach tbe asms sermon over sxulu to
different congregations, fie kaew by
experience tbe difficulty of sermon
making. After a few weeks, bs ssld.
a preacher csnnot find mstter for
preaching every morning and evening,
"nor will tbe people com to hear blm.
whereas If be never etsys mors thsn
a fortnight In ooe place he will find
plenty of matter, and the people will
bear him gladly. I know that were I
to preach one whole yesr In one place
I should preach both myself snd my
congregation to sleep."-London Chron
Icle. IWhite Queen
This Is The Baet Flour Obtain
abls. Lay In Your Winter Supply of
Hay, Grain, reed and Ksrr.ct
11TH AND MAIN ITS
Oregon city. '
The Rslsln Rase.
On of tbe Jol Ileal of flalloweea
games Is the rslsln race. If yon bsv
never tried U don't fall to da so this
Take a nlc. clean while string a
yard long and exactly In tbe renter
faaien a rslsln. Now tske two boys
or girls, tie their bands behind tbem 1
and place an end of tbe string be
tween each one's teeth. At tbe word
"GoP each must begin chewing the
string "for desr life."
Tbe one chewing fastest will reach
tbe rslsln flrst, provided be is not so
unfortunate aa to let the string slip
from bis teeth, sn accident which. Is
likely to occur, as his opixment's chew
ing csusee a pulling of tbe string,
which must be carefully gusrdad
The chewer who firat reaches tbe
rslsln may eat It and will also have
great good fortune.
A Hslleweeft Test
A severe teat for Halloween la for
the entire cominy of boys snd glrla
to fill their mouths with water and
take up an entire handful of salt
apiece, then, filing out of doors, wslk
around tbe bouee three times. Those
who succeed In doing lhl wttboul
swallowing any water or spilling sny
sslt will find their future mates In the
firat peraousof the opposite sex whom
The Halloween Party.
We had run at tha llallowsen party.
All the airts aad the boys
Made a tlraly noise
At tba bousa of Anna MrCarty.
I tall you wa had a marry bat
Trod, plancha. Dell and Sua,
., Nallla, Sam. Mary. too. -And
tho daar little woe tot Margaret.
Our pumpkin lanterns, all saW
Msda tha room look gay
As. winking st us. thay
Stood tn a comical, grinning row
We bobbed foe epplee
Dear ma. what
Our faces wore drinplna wet
We lookad funsy. you bH
Like mermaids tall aad mrmi k)i short
We eountad tba appta aeeds a-ttb ears
Aad tha poaltns threw
On the floor. WaU knaw
The aamoa of our lovora wouUt be there.
We playod one good same after another.
whan Mart; a rat begee to cry?
"I'm tlredl I I I
Wast to so soma ta JTimale brother C
A Clew at Lsast
Because Mrs. Huotno la the dsogb-
ter of one doctor, tbe daughter-la-law
of artotber and tbe wife of a third
nearly everybody was much amused
when she attended a course of "Oral
Dr. Stanton to still sr'.ird. sltbougb
his wife csnnot see --"by. Not bng
ago when recounting itie fsctj i a
visitor, lir. Hlanloil dd. f
"And you cant lr' the dlfferetice be
tween drunkenncet snd aioplxy, can
youT Julia r
"Certainly . 1 can." retorte.1 Mrs.
"How" returned tbe visitor.
ly tbe smell." Mrs. Stanton replied.
with dignity. Youth's t'ouiiwnlon.
Is ho a clever con versa tlpnaUstf
"Clever I should say bo to. IT
can talk of things be knows nothing
about without once saying a thing
tbat s wise msn would cuntrsdlct"
Peuruit Free ITeas,
Will do more business than a large store
poorly lighted. The new MAZDA Economy
Diff users 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 desired.
interested in the terms we can of
fer you on these lights. Ask about them.
PORTLAND RAILWAY, LIGHT
& POWER CO:
MA I N
cannot heoems employers until they
have saved enough sspltsl t maks a
A savings acsount at this bank will
net only provide eapltal, but will giv
a training In finance which will prove
a valuable business help, ,
The Bank of Oregon City
OLDEST BANK lit THE COUWTY
. i.mvs;i isj ri w m, j MRTKH, Cask
THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK
of OREGON CITY , OREGON
Traneasis a w ii wam,ns;
Qladotono Lumbar Cotnpzrj
BUNOALOW MATERIAL OP ALL KINDS.
lumber, lath, shingles, fenoe-posts and doors, mouldings, au
all kinds of Inside "nlsh. Prices right, lumber guaraniaad Md .
Phono Main 2SS1.
RAILWAY TRACK III
The County Court Wodnetdsy Issued
an order providing tbst the I'ortlanJ
Hsllwsyr IJuhl A lowtr Company
ra us t show rsus why a franchise
A.rsnicLjLbcr"'Jio Uy a spur track
i n Klcveulh street In Mllwaukle I'srk
rhonld not lie vacated. No protest
was made when the court granted the
franchise. A petition that lb order
be vsrsied was filed by Colonel C. II.
Dye, representing C. A. Wolfgang. W.
M. Mu-dy, Kdmund Sweeney and C.
N. Curtis They declared that they
did not know tbe road contemplated
building the spur until the franchise
bad been granted.
(IRS. L L PORTER IS
BRIDGE CLUB HOSTESS
Mrs. 1 L Porter was the hostess
Wednesday afternoon of the Wednes
day Afternoon "71lrldg'Club at hef
borne on tbe Weat Side, bridge helm
the feature of tbe afternoon. The
prises were won by Mrs. J. K. Humph
ry a. a llavllsnd China cup and saucer,
and by Mrs. "M. II. Latouretto. a llsl
land plate. A luncheon waa servetl
Tbe club will be entertained at the
home of Mrs II. 8. Mount on Novem
Those attending were Mrs. C H.
Mrlssner, Mrs. M. I). Latourotte, Mrs
V. P. Latourotte. Mrs. A.. A. Price.
Mrs. W. R. liogus. Mrs. II. 8. Mount,
Mrs. Nlets Dsrlow Lawrenc. Mrs. '.
A. Chapman, Mrs U B. Jones, Mrs.
O. W. Essthsm, Mrs. E. P. Rands, Mrs
yns Charmsn, Mrs. U A. Mortia. Mrs.
J. W. Moffatt. Mrs. J. R. Humphry.
Mrs. II E. Strslght Mlas Marlorl
Csufleld snd Mlas Nell Csufleld.
orncc 7th and Alder Streets
- wvaaj iraea t a, M
VOUNO FOLK KNTCKTAlNlg,
Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Saittr QJya a.
llShtful Hallowe'en aarty
Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Daiter, of 014 '
stone, on tert allied Tuesday voln, t
merry party Jf young people, frWaoi i
of Mr. and Mrs. Hatter's llttla sua.
"tor. Elds, ths uccsslou bring a k.
lowe'en surprise party. Tks
ss apprvprlBtely deeoratet hd 4
o'lanterns being used In stwsasaia, "
Th evening wss devoted I tU tu,
of Hallowe'en stunts. lurrikaMi '
war served. Mrs. lurtoa Darlos s '
slsted Mrs. Baiter In lbs eutertaa, '
menl of th young people. ;
Present were Alice FreyUg, Ghdi 1
Illount Hssel Millar, Dorothy Barloe, '
Fayne Uurdon. Delia Mount Vert Wr' !
man. Dale Olds, Harold Rockwall, tan
Frost. A rent Davis, Charles CvouV
re, Noel FToat Henry Wysua, Or
MRS. JENNIE NELSON WtOt,
Oregon City Woman Beeomoa riots'
Mrs. Jennie Nelson, of this city. aM
Mr. W. M. flurgees, of Portlaat tm
married Tuesday In Portland, ass VU
mske their home there for Us ares: at
" Mrs.' Tlurgs bar been a reHaMt
of this city for lbs past tour rvt
wher ah has many Mends. Mr
Burgess Is a railroad bride ooe uw
tor In tbe empky of tbe 0.LII
Company with headquarters at PeA
Th following are registered al tt
Electric Hotel: W. II. Hooker, k
W. Foster. Portlsnd; A. Klemier.eiy.
L Wall. Portland; A. U Lsmoraut
and wife. IMrtland; C. N. Straw, fa
land; 8. H. llsrrls. Wilson vlllsi EH,
Comer. W. U, Freeman. Molalls; J. I
Moor. Portlsnd; J. 8. King, SeaUh.
O. II. flneed. Seattle; J. A. BUrx.
Orsnts Pass; W. II. Moltoon. N. BW
Pstrels our bdvertlsers.
. I DR. LENA R. HODGES. Osteopath, of