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MORNING BNTKKPKI8E. fltTDAY. NO VEMHKR 3. 1911.
omooa crrr, Oregon
t. K. ROCHE, Editor ed Pwbllabee.
t. till, at tha Mi
mea at Oraeaa
TEEMS f sutsctimoR.
On Tar. by stall
Inetha. by wall
M'Mttbt. fc mall
Par wfc. by carrier
CONTRACT ADVERTISING RATES
Mid "War ta halt The vtter deeolab
lag of a cooalry, through a etern
military neceealty, U the, ona thine
which, mora than say other, would
give to war Ita Boat forbidding a
pact to the deeolatora aid the desolat
ed alike.. Rancor Uncart looter la tha
placee whara auch grim work muit ta
dona. It la doubly stgalflcant and
l doubly pleasing, therefore, that tha
Paaca Monument should have been
aractad at Atlanta, and that tha North
and tha South should together gather
! around It at Ita anvelllna. Dledalne- a
aa aw tarn nral hilii tiae
rtral Para, dm birh aaoaa tnaartaoa
mf pt per
tan paper athrr taaa flrat pae.
Orel n iiUm lie
Ran mn ether .kaa flrat pan. ear Shah
le -ar Mae; a rva-olar Sar-
fre I taa
Waa (a. Paw Bala. To Rant, ate., aaa
aa a 'wor r)ra kiea.-Uea: ewe-hear aaal
each additional. t
tatee far aevarttataa; hi aaa Weekly
Baterariae will b tha eeaae aa a taa
Salty, for advertlaaaw ta eM aapaaaaatr
ar tka weekly. Wire taa aavenwaeaiat
la traaefetT fraaa Uh dally ta taa aia
V. without raa. ba rmia via ba aa
aa task for rea of tba aaaar, aa4 las a
avc for apactal pesltloa.
Cash ahmiM aeaotaaaay araar vrhare
party ta iraknowa ta baalnaaa artlea af
. U Bntaranaa.
Leea advcrUatnc at laajaJ ad nHaWag
rtreue Yrt1atna- and awehkl
adVwrtWaa at tic to Me aa feten.
aaa ta special aoadlUoaa eavaralaej taa
Tlra Sale" and Bankrupt Sale aaVar
Waiaata ale laca (Irat tnaarttea: addt
Jnaal taaarUoaa aaaae settar las haa,
Reara Itaaia and wall wiU'aa artliaas
af aaartt. wltk tetaraat ta looal laaSara,
artll ba gladly aecapM. Reee4 una
, eartata aevar rataraad uataaa aoroaapaa
M ay au.aiDa ta prraay
. CITY OFFICIAL NEWIPAKR.
THE MORNING CNTCftFRlU
la aa aala at tha foUowiag atoraa
Huntley Broa. Draca
J. W. McAnalty Osara
Saranta and Main.
K. B. AadaraoB,
Mala aaar Sixth.
M. E. Dun a ConiscUoBary
Nazt door to P. a
City Drag Stora
common bond of fraternity and pa
triotism. Tha Atlanta phoenix hat
risen oat of Ita aahaa Infinitely great
ar and mora beautiful thaa before. If
any flaming ooa of Aery resentment
still glowed In tha aahea, tha Peara
Monument covers It orer and biota
It out of Ufa.
i tha big trusts can ba made to
obey tha law tha Uttla ooea will not
ba tempted to violata It
. Andrew .Carnegie haa declared for
the re-election of President Taft. The I
golf players are standing together.
An addition of 400 men Is to
made to Undo Sam'a atandlng army I
this year. Thla will cause the antl-
mlUtarlsts of Boston to tremble.
Novel Bicycle Ambulance Will
Be Used by English Boy Scouts
It Is time for Gov. Harmon to en
ter upon a comprehenalTa tour of the
country. Ha ought not to ba satisfied
with tha narrow riew to ba obtained!
from tha dome of tha Ohio Ca(ltol.
: - ,. - ,...... . " -
Phnu by Amartcaa. Praaa Association.
Seventh and X Q. Adama.
' Nov. 3 In American History.
lTMWIUiaa Cull4 Bryant, editor.
poet, bora; died 1878. .
1882-Tbe city of New Orleaaa made
defendant ta damage salts arising
from trnchlnjBS of I tails as by ita
UOS-WUllam H. Taft elected preai-
(Troon aooa today to noon tomorrow.)
taa Beta 451. rlsea JO; moon acta
dsOI a. m.
' Nov. 4 In American History.
181S Stephen Johnaoo Field, aaaoriata
Jastlr of tba Tnlted Statea sa
prrtDe coart bora: died
1908 Pr. Charle W. EIkf returned a
president of narrard nnlTersIty.
(From noon today to noot tomorrow.)
Baa acta 450, rtoaa M; moon seta
8.-1S a. m.
A Kansas boy of fifteen years haa
passed tha examination for tha sopho
more class la tha university of that
state. What can tha effete East hope
to do agalnat auch a commonwealth?
A nation-wide railway strike. If It
haa. to coma, had better coma thla
year thaa next. 8hould free trad
win. It could not probably ba post
poned lodger than tha year after next.
N ambnlsnce that can be attached aa a trailer ta an ordinary bicycle haa
been Invented by Wallace Peel, commander of a division of boy
scouts at Birmingham. England. The auibulauce rtwHlms of a stretch
er mounted on twollgbt wbe?la It la pultrd by one rloVr mounted oa
tba bicycle In front, though there are handles at Iba sldea thai wilt permit
other riders to assist There are springs under the front and of the stretcher
trlilnh arttt ahAArK all rlKr. H.tn A ttnlvral taint .lt.fliA. Ik. nhnlaniW tA
Ih hl-l an that n.i mattav arhai haniMtna ta tha rlla rS. amiiiiliiiis. Van I tiantpr-TO-ear y ywrinoia m-ammi
la addition to hla other, burdens
King Alfonao- has Inherited a Urge
estate from hla grandfather.
-' aa . .. j
Tha government haa Juat suppressed
a comic newspaper la Mexico. No ef
fort la being spared to make tha new
not tip sldewaya . Over rough country the ambulance may be detached from
tha bicycle and ay propelled by band or the stretcher may be removed and
carried as an ordinary band stretcher. London eipvrta have declared the
device to ba tba most practical yet devised, as It can turn In Its own length.
General Sir Robert Badea-PoweU haa Inspected the machine, and be says ha
considers It a nwt nefnl . vpfilrle In rne of war fie la the head nt the hov
scout of Kntanrt and will recommend thst tba ambnlsnce be sdpteri aa q
part f tba Held equipment of tha scouts. It baa already been used as an
eiuergHttcy stretcher In trnportlnit Injured Jockeys at English race tracks.
Tba loaer picture show a a new devhw by which an Invalid confined to hla bed
can get tba benefits of the eserclae of walking without aslag bis muscles aa
tb machine dueathe worli .
orchard work will ba given much at
tentlon during the abort course at tha
Oregon Agricultural Collage thla wlu
Tba valuat-pf tha courts to tha far
mers In tha North weat, from tha far
mere own viewpoint, la shown la ait
spprwlstlve letter Juat received by
Itean A. a Cord ley from C.W. West,
of Oswego. )a says:
"I can not And words to ai press my
appreciation of tha work that tha
college la doing for us farmers In tho
Northwest. It la ona of tha grandest I
opportunities for any man, young or j
old. who Intends to follow agricultural '
pursuits for a llvllhood. It puts new
thoughts Into one'a brain to think of
tha poaslblllUee that are hidden away
In mother earth. ' My advice to every
man. especially to young men, la to
grasp thla opportunity of gaining
knowledge by attending the short
course that la offered so freely."
TAFT REVIEWS GREAT
FLEET AT HEW YORK
NEW YORK. Nov. 1 (Special.)
With tha President's pennant flying
from the maathaad of tba naval yacht
Mayflower, President Taft today form
ally ratiewed tha great assemblage of
I'nlted States warships gathered in
the Hudson Rlvar here, while from all
aldea guns boomed out salutea. Tha
Palisades on tha Jersey aide of tha
river were thronged by 'thousands of
It waa Just 7:20 o'clock this morn
ing whan President Taft's special ca
pulled into tha depot at Jersey City.
From tha moment of arrival tha proc
identia! party was oa the rush. Presi
dent Taft did not rbanca tardlneaa by
eating breakfast In his special car.
but went direct to the Uttla reviewing
yacht Mayflower and breakfasted
there. At 1:0 the Mayflower'! guns
cracked tha presidential ssluta and
tba Uttla yacht, started up tha river
Setween tha great gray files of bat-
Yflgc . Earners
cannot baoema employere until ih.
hava aavad anough aaettal ta maka a
A savings account at thla bank will
net anly provide capital, but will aiy,
a training In finance which will arava
a valuable easiness help.
The Bank of Oregon City
l c t.TOUMTT rrsiasaat
THE FIRST NATIONAL BAKj
of OREGON CITY , OREGON
tfanaaots s gweral Sanklnf ualaaaa.
Ouae) tree I
Wants, For Sale, Etc
ee ' -
A drill team composed entirely of
women haa' captured $504 prixe ot
tered by tha Indiana state Fair Aaa
elation. One by one the glories of
tha lords of creation depart
WUI a aw wd mi uaa evat a ut
aMai ai aa
tlaaa VJ hack
kaa aard. c aa
Caaa arnat aonaa.
ear awaiUt awr
at rith tae mar.
IMttUr far arrare: w
arrare aaeve fraa eurraetad mu. arlll
Hld For Alleoad ASSault.
Justice of tha Peace Samson held
Charles and William Kerns In $500
ball each to appear before the grand
Jury on a charge of assaulting TJ. R.
FOR SALE' LAND.
Justice Marries Couple.
T. J. Thomas and Lixzie Florence
Raylea were married Thursday by
Justice of the Peace Samson.
ATLANTA'S PEACE MONUMENT.
One of the happiest events of thla
first semicentennial anniversary year
of the Civil War waa the dedication
of the peace monument at Atlanta.
Perhaps the most striking feature of
the day waa the great parade, par
ticipated In by military organizations
from many parte of tha South and
from the great cities of the North
Atlantic seaboard. The Ancient and
Honorable Artillery of Boston was
there. Philadelphia had cent Ita old
and historic Fenciblea, and New York
was represented by 1U famed Flrat
Regiment There were organizations
also attending from Interior cities o.'
the Northeast; from Hartford, Har
rlsburg and Albany. Representing the
South were many encampments of the
Confederate Veterans' Society, all In
the gray uniform of the lost cause,
which, alternating with the more
flashy dress parade attire of the mili
tary organizations representing many
cltlea. North and South, must have
made a colorful array sweeping
through the streets of a splendid city
which has sprung, phoenix like, from
its own ashes since It waa burned in
the flames of wtr.
It must have been on the march to
the sea that General Sherman brnt
Hayworth Marries Two Couples.
The Rev. & A. Hayworth officiated
at the marriages of Clarence M. Lee
and Elizabeth 8ager, of Beaver Creek,
and Joseph E. Morris and Ella Hol-
WANTED Tourists and local people
to aee my collection of arrow-heads
ooiae, Indian tnbla, t'.d atampj
and curios of i.i aorta. Will buj
Or seU la thu liua Have tome good
bargains in seouJ-hand fun.lt uie
and tools. Oeorgo Younr,. Mali. m.. I
WANTED Young woman wants posi
tion aa clerk, some experience.
N. K., corner Fourth and Monroe
ONION LAND 8$ acres of good land
S miles from Aurora. Oregon. 40
acres cultivated, 70 acres of good
river bottom and Zi acres of bottom
land cleared and partially under Ir
rlgatlon from creek. Oood onion
farmer caa pay for this land la a
few years from crop from land.
Buildings old and of no value. Good
school adjoins farm, it F. IX route
passes farm. No rock or gravel.
No trade considered. $130 per acre,
one-half cash, balance on mort
gage 6 per cent C. B. Dlml.-k. own
er. Oregoa City, Oregon.
"cleaning" acTpr esTno?"
The Pamee. untrammeied by bis sur
roundings. U aeeo in Bombay In all
his wealth of height and drews. The
men are. without exception, tall, finely
formed and stately and poaaeas a ro
bustness and beaaty quite at contrast
with their Hindu neighbors. Their
street costume la a peculiar long white
cotton gown, wide trouMera of the
same material and color and a tall
miter shaped bat. They have a gen
eral reputation for sobriety, frugality
and sagacity." 'and they aeem to thor
oughly understand the accumulation
of fortunes. In this respect resembling I
the Hebrew. The wealthiest resi
dents of Bombay are Paraees.
The Light Thst Failed.
Mrs. A. When I wss engaged, to my
hoRband te waa tbe very light of my
Mian D.-Aod now
Mrs. A.-Tbe light roes out every
WANTED Boys and girls. Here
Is your chance youngsters to
make your Christmas money
easy. The Morning Enter
prise will pay you a big com
mission for brlnlgng In trial
subscriptions. If rou want
to know more about It call or
write to the Circulation Man
ager of the Morning Enter
prise, Oregon City, and learn
all about what you will have
to do. The more you turn in
the more you will make and
yon can make a lot If. you
CHICAGO TAILORS suits made to
order from $10 and up. We also do
cleaning, pressing and repairing.
Three doors south of pos toffee.
belched their cannon. River craft
sounded their alrens, and from far
down the stream echoed added-salutes
of vessels that could not approach.
The Mayflower tessmed alongside
the flagship Connecticut, aboard which
'vis Admiral Osterhaua. commander
of the fleet Osterhaus preceded by
h's flag lieutenant, then boarded the
Mayflower and paid his respects to
the chief executive.
president Taft complimented Admir
al Oaterhaua-on the splendid preeeti
bltm madeby tha fleet and-aa-tha
commander took his leave an ad
mlrals aalule of 13 guns was fired by
the gunners of the Mayflower. Simi
lar aalutea followed for each of the
other division commanders. '
President Taft then boarded tho
flagship Connecticut and remained
for a abort visit Anally returning to
the Mayflower. The Mayflower then
began Ita reviewing trip along the line
cf warships while each vessel super
dreadnaught or tiny destroyer, fired
31 guns aa the President' yacht
At Washington ferry the Mayfloweri
turned and steamed toward the Man
hattan side, then speeding down
stream again amid a repetition of the
As the Mayflower paased between
Ihe lines of wsmhlps the President
stood on the bridge, bareheaded, bow- i
Ing. '-It la a wonderful sight!" he ex-:
claimed, and It means much to all
At 11:45 o'clock the Mayflower had
completed the circuit about the ar
mada, and had passed the falgsblp
Connecticut on her way down tba
Oladotono Lumbar Compzr
UNOALOW MATERIAL OP -ALL. KINDS. "'
lAimler. lath, shingled, fence-poet a and doors, mouldlngi, tuk
all hinds of luslde nlah. Prices right lumber guaranteed and afaT
(YARDS AT PARK PLACE).
phone Main (Ml.
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MARKETING 4x TELEPHONE
VOUR FAITHFUL BELL TelepW
Ivayi at your , elbow, teaclily incrratea in uietuiW
It does a score of erranda while a meaaenger Is doing oaa Ta
come to accept telephone aerylre as a matter of course, like the air jm
breathe or tbe water you drink. .
Your Hell Telephone performs these dally aervlces of neighbor
communication, aa It does more it la a unit In the universal lyetii
and enables you to reach any one any time within the range at the
Long Distance Service.
Pacific Telephone and Telegraph Co.
Erery Bell Telephone la th Center af the Sjftta'
At Bedloes Island she waited until
warships coming down the river peev
ed, nut It vas not until 1:14 that
the changing tide permitted the ar
mada to start seaward, and tat flat
Some of the warship go hi v
Brooklyn navy yard for repair aa
the others return to their tausai
J. ALBA 8AGER, teacher of wln l and
string Instruments, director of band
and orchestra. Will furnish mnslc
for any occasion. Call at Blocim
FOR SALE Launch, 23 feet loner.
capacity 14 passengers First claas.
Inquire Dr. Stuart city.
CONCORD grapes, 3 cents a pound,
Bring your basket H. O. Stark
weather, Rlsley Station.
Early Printing In New York.
Printing preHses were forbidden in
tbe province of New Tork by myal
authority In 10SH. On March 2T. I.
printing ra ordered to he Introduced.
and William Kradford was uppointi-d
Patronize our advertisers.
FOR SALE Sis-room house and two
lota on Washington street; $1400
cash. Call 613 Fourth atreet
Phone Main 2463.
NICE piano In Oregon City for rent
or win sell cheap. Write u. 11.
Graham, manager wholesale, EHer's
music iiouse, Portland, Or. .
ti 1 m 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 n ii n 1 m 1 1 n 1 s 1 : i n 1 1 h 1 1 1 1 1 r 1 1 hi
J Deterioration In America
Bar to an Ideal Nation
By Professor FRANKLIN H. GIDDINC5. Prrtldsnt of the
American Sociological Society
O THE SERIOUS OBSERVER OP
AMERICAN , MANNERS
ANO MORALS THERE CAN BE NO DOUBT THAT , THE
LAST. FIFTEEN OR TWENTY YEARS HAS brought
ABOUT A PROFOUND DETERIORATION IN PRIVATE - AND
PUBLIC CONDUCT IN AMERICA. CONDUCT IS THE REAL
THING THAT MAKES FOR THE OENERAL WELFARE.
' We hare In .the United Statr. a population 0 many faces,
0 very miny nationalities, harinff different hintoripg, different,
experience of life, different language and difference of knowl
edge. Oof people range from the moat ignorant to the most'
learned. Our tendency is away from any common ground.. We I
way nerer be able to nmte our aims, our ideals and onr ways of
thinking. If we cannot we can only end ri CHAOS.
We mnat reduce the differences between the , INTELLI-tJENT-
and the IGNORANT. ,
We must wipe out the differences between the 0 VEItRICU
and the VERY POOH. ,
M -w HlllillllllMIHI II I II I H 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 II I II I M
r A KM
lawyers. Oregon City, Or.
O. D. EST. Attornev-at-Law. Moaet
loaned, - abstracts furnished. laa
title ex a mined. esUUa settled, rem-
erai taw auetaeet. Over Beak
t oregoa city.
IITRIN 8CHUBBEL. Attoracve-at
Law, Deutaeher advokat will prae
tloe la all aourta. make collection
prtae Bldg, Oreaoa City. Oregon.
I BUILDER AND CONTRACTOR
HARRY JONES Builder and General
Contractor. Estimates cbeerfnlly
gl'en oa ' all classes of building
work, concrete walks ana reinforce
eonerete. Re, phtnc Mala 1M
n. H COOPER. Fne rire lasnranev
enc" Real Eatate. M na handle
rmir pmpertlea we buy, oen and
vehsnge. Office In Ra'erpfiae
Wdg., Or goo city, Oregon
Notice ef Hearing of Taylor Street
Notice I hereby given that the ap
porttonment of the cot of the Im
provement of Taylor atreet Oregon
City, Oregon, from tbe north side
6f Seventh, street attending norttj
erly to the south aide of Tw luh
street haa been ascertained and the
apportionment Is now on file In the
office of tbe City Recorder of Ore
gon City and subject to examination.
Any objections that may be made
In writing to the City Council of Ore
gon City, and filed with the recorder
thereof, within ten days after the
Srst publication of this notice, will
be beard and determined by the
council before the passage of any
ordinance assessing the cost of salj
The property asaeased for said lin-
provement lies on both side of said
part of said Taylor atreet nronoaad
to be Improved and the line of lot
, anutting on said part of Taylor
treet fartherest from aald part ot
aid Taylor atreet and said part of
ssia isyior street.
1 ni notice Is published In the
Morning Enterprise, tbe first publi
cation being the 27th day of Octo
ber, 1911, and tbe City Council ha
ei novemner 71 h, 1911, at S o'cloca
p. m. at the Council Chamber of
Oregon City, a the time and place
ui passing on said objection.
U STIPP, Recorder.
TEACHER VISITS PARENTS.
Mi Mary A. Scott Formerly of Thla
vny, ae Modal Railroad.
Mis Mary A. Scott who la' a taarh
jr of the primary grade of the Trout
aae, wash., school, arrived in thU
cny Wednesday evening for a visit
wun ner parent, Mr. and Mr. E. W,
Bcou, until this evening, when h4
will return to Trout Lake to resume
her dutle. Mia Scott haa been at
Goldendale, Wah.. where she ha
oeen attending a three daya' eslon
of the teacher' institute of "Klickitat
county. While the teacher were at
that place they were well entertained,
and one of the excursions ai van I ham
w the Tlalt to the model road, threyii
nllaa nt aitilv 1 - . .7.
. u.u iiaiv uvea constructed!
by J. K. Hill, this road cotlna 11.700
a mile. Mr. Hill ex peat the county to
wiupieie n m tne near future, he hav
ing gone to the expense of bulldlnc
i ' ,
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OSWEQO MAN PRAISES COURSE
at AGRICULTURAL COLLEGE.
If Every Storekeeper
Only Knew The Saying
he could effect la his light bill by wing Matda
lamps he woiild never have aa intetiot illomi
nant ia his store at any price.
DR. LENA R. HODOE9. Osteopath, of
t-oninna, win ne in Oregon city
Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays OREGON AGRICULTURAL COL
of each week, at comer of Sixth and I LEGE, CORVALLIS, Not, 2 fSoae.
Wwhingtoa atreets. phone Main Mai). Intensive agriculture ' a an
4 . i-' ;; J P to. all phases of fanning and
lie Would Prefer Electric Light
as a matter of ecooomy, to say nothing about
the brilliant white light of the MAZDA lamps,
unrivaled for show window illumination.
If you would like to know more about the
service these lamps are giving ot$ersr ask us.
PORTLAND RAILWAY, LIGHT
& P()7ER CO.
MAIN omcc 7ih and Alder Streets