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MORNING KNTEftPRISB. SATU1HUY. NOVEMItKR 4.' 1911.
CXECOS CITY OREGON V
t K. IROfXf. Cdlte and Publisher.
"aaatered We anaal alaae aaartae 4aa
vj t, , tbe a (TV at Oaam
4-. Orm-na. meet Ue Act Utrak
raw r aiscrrnp.
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Dm TmC, by Ml
'Si tlwiW b watt ,. .
Fawr btoatha. bv mall..
be wab. by earrtar,.,.. .IS
CONTRACT ADVERTISING RATES
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bleat Paae. pat rack aodm laaarttoaa .lbs
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ttr taaertbm... lb
imj naeulm aa easa, Mr bam
. iM KaarUeae lb
Km papee oth.r I baa drat paga, ear asm 1
irr taaertlon lb
m par other Jaa Oat ptn per aaob .
emm a tlona ba I
wn c Itae.
Weals, V Sale, T Real, ate . aae
Mat a word fire baaertMa; ma-baa ami
earn aaVmtonel .. ,
Kataa far a4vartMmr b d Waably
tarprtM will ba Uia same aa ba IH
baity. . (of ilnnwiiiMti art aapaetaKr
par oiv weeaqr. win a in aaiai iiwi ai
la SrafarrJ rraea U dally a ta y a.b-
W. vltnout mature. U rat wui ba M
paear. aa ibe aa
m tack far tun at ttM
tack far apaotal poetttm.
aarry la uafeaewa la buaraeaa aftlaa at
Lw advertialag at -tamJ ad wlbHf
rataa. .. t .
tlreua adverttatag and apaetal treaaaeal
Mtverllalat at Me u tec aa Inch. aocarS
ac ta apart a I eoaxttttma pwritu tbe
. "fir Hat" aaJ Baaarupt Sale Unr-lean-ate
U lam flret aaairttea; iH
oai wiarrtioaa auM atatter at baeat. -j"aira
mm aad U wnt'w - ardulae
af ari. with batareat to loral laabia,
Id ba eladty eocapt. Redacted aaaaa-
li lata ware rat
ted by aujaaa ba aamay
CITY OFFICIAL NEWSPAPER.
THE MORNING ENTERPRISE.
ta oa sals at ths folio vlna; stores
Huntl7 Broa, Dra(b
' 3. W. McAnaJtr Clean
4 . Srntb and Mala.
B. B. AbHlanoa.
Jala Bbr Stxtm, :
: IL K. Donn Coofactiooarr
. Nait door to P. O.
' t ' aty Drux Stor
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4 Scaobbborb CoPfactlooary 4
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Nov. 4 In American History.
. 3819 Stephen Johnson Field. aaaocUU
, ( jasttre of tb United Eta tea
rrren court, bora: died "10.
, ISOri-rDr. Cbarlea W. Eliot reaiinied a
. feestdent of Harrard nnlrmlty.
' (Trom aooa today to noon tomonvw.l
Boa aeta AM, rtoaa 621: Bbooa beta
8:16 a. m.
MAKING THE COIL YIELD MORE.
On way to reduce the coat of Ur
ine la to ataka the ground produce
. larger cropa. Too many farmer are
more Intent oa adding to the atxe of
their farms than In getting bigger re
' torna , from the land they already
It U wU know a that ta boma Euro
paa rooatrlea whare eondtUoaa of
boil and climate are acarcely aa good
aa they are la thta country the yield
per acre of cropa la maca greater
thaa with ua. Oortnaay producea
twice aa many buaaeta of wheat to
the acre and England doe even bet
We bee atmllar contraata even la
our own land, and the atrange thing
about It la that atataa poaaeaalng the
richest boll aomettmea ahow the poor
eat relative returna In ylekt. Illinois,
tor Viaiaace. tveik high la aoll rr
tlllty while the aoll of Connecticut
and Hatne Is naturally poorer,-yet
.Connecticut get IS per cent more of
corn off aa acre thaa Illinois does, ami
la wheat Maine gets twice aa much.
A similar Condition prevails aa to
potatoes, oats and same other crops,
and thla difference . la yield I, of
course, due to the difference between
Intensive and scientific farming and
that which to a large extent Is super
It stands to reason that It a man
la a benefactor to hla race" who
makes two htadea of graaa grow
where but one grew formerly, so also
la the man who on a given amount
of ground doubles the yield of corn,
wheat and other crops and the thing
can be done.
That thla would benefit the con.
sumer goea without eay lag. but It
would also benefit the farmer. True
there would be a" alight extra coat
for labor and perhaps a somewhat
entailer price' for hla product, but
the much larger crop would more
thaa balance thla. Then. too. It must
be remembered that It require . no
more buildings, tools and fencing for.
a hundred acre farm producing thirty
bushels of wheat to the acre than
foreHiame alxe rafffl-that-yleldr
but half, the amount And this fact
la equally true as to other cropa.
Many people who la the springtime
enter with enthusiasm Into the rais
ing of poultry are now counting their
losses and gains. And some of them
are realising to their sorrow that
while anybody can keep poultry It Is
not everybody that poultry will keep.
The maa who la marked by straight
forward morality and every day right
eousneu stands higher In the esti
mation of his fellows thaa the man
who ta Just made up of emotion and
If some of those politician who are
said to know their bible so much will
only apply a little more of Its teach
ings to their dally Ufa the political
atmosphere will be brighter and
it Is very clear that Dr. Wiley la
the man oa top. Thla gives joy to
the consumer and anguish of heart
to the nnaarupuloua manufacturer and
v i . A- f v i f
aw r- i a a av
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4fc VbA kV
Idler Is a
By WILLIAM J. BRYAN.
HERE should be a greater
appreciation of the DIG
NITY OF LABOR.
Today the struggle of
mankind is to avoid work, to put
it upon others, and, as Tolstoy has eaid, we no sooner shift the burden
of labor upon others than we begin to look down upon them. A lack
of sympathy with our fellow men is the CENTER AND CAUSE
of most of human injustice and misery.
TOO OFTEN EDUCATION IS SOUGHT TO ENABLE ONE TO
AVOID HARD WORK. WHEN THIS BECOMES THE PREVALENT
IDEA'EDUCATION CEASES TO BECOME A BLES8INQ AND BECOMES
A CURSE. THE MOST IMPORTANT THOUGHT THAT CAN BE
LODGED IN EACH CHILD'S MIND IS THAT EDUCATION IS TO EN
LARGE ONE'S CAPACITY FOR WORK AND NOT-TO RELIEVE THE
NECESSITY, FOR IT.
at bt a.
' !wi?Te we on7 d our full duty to ourselves, our conn-
toymen and posterity when we emphasize the fact that it is the
IDLER, not the tofler, who is a DISGRACE. In disseminating
this idea there is work for nr all. The mother may aid when she
teaches her daughter that it is better to link her future with a poor
, man who has strength and ambition to carve for himself a future than
to link her future with an idler who merely, waits the time when be
Can squander the money amassed by some one elhe. .
-The father can help when be teaches his son that he is prouder
when he sees him working at honest labor than idling limp in wait
ing for the time to come when be will inherit- a fortune. Teachers
and preachers have UNLIMITED SCOPE for their work along thi
line! Sunday after Sunday the preacher should at rive to pre home
the idea which Christ taught the world that happinesN and greatness
: depend upon service. :-'
. . .n n at-
Here is s work Urge enough for ns all and a work that should be
inviting. Here is an opportunity as large as we can crave. ' It pre
sents itself as the most important work that is to be done,' to raise up
a NEW IDEAL OF LIFE that will give a man a proper concep
tion of society. It is a lesson that can be learned best on the FARM.
It burns itself upon as with ths rays of the sun, we breathe it with
the air, and we quaff it with the pure water from the stream.
Prcsidina Judtfe Bordwell and
Scene of the McNnmara Trial
II - i ' I i
LmmmV&fra's ,7 .al v)W.J
Pboboa copyrlsht by Amartraa Presa AaaocUtlon. till.
JCDOK WALTER BORDWELL. who la prraldlng a Ibe trial of Jsrnea
& alcNamara In Loa Ansvles, baa a difficult Earb side In Hits
legal rontrat la reprvecnted by dnrungulsbed atturneya who are wairh
tag every move a nd are preparrd to tak ead va n lage of every iwhnlcallt y
that offers a cbance to gala an advantace. Every ruling that the Judtfe malm"
la therefore Important, because It may serve as a beala for an appeal r for
future lea-al proceedings. The picture above shows Judge Bordwell aa he
appears on the bench The upper picture shows McNamsra watching the ex
amination of a laleaman. Sltttni on hla right la bt attorney ."Clarence 8. Par
row. while next te blm la Attorney Scott, also of the defenaa.
The bath tub trust has been dis
solved. If the aame fate would only
overtake the bathtub or-bathroom
politician-what a blessing lt-
The chains of habit are generally
too small to be felt till they are too
strong to be broken. .
As with sunbeams so with words,
the more condensed they are the
greater their power.
. eee . 1
Hard words (nd hailstones ire alike
In their ability to do a lot of harm.
Heart to Heart
By EDWIN A. NYZ.
Wants, For Sale, Etc
Natlera anear tbaaa tmmtw4 liaaabj a
will b law tad at aa ral w. rare
uarrmat. baU a a44lllutial I
ttefna UM aach ears. It sar atoaub
bM-b eard, Km) ii Bar eKMiib. ;
Oasb aaee. acaaaaa 'tw anb
Kaa aa ap.a wnant wllb Ibe aaie
r.aaactal raawaaalbUltjr lor arrara. i
arrora aeeur rraa aurraalvS aaUaa will b
rtal4 far patrm. Mlniiaua abaraa lb
WANTED-Tourlsts and local people
to see my collection of arrow-bea4ls
. coTna, Indian tnnku, i!d stami
and curloe of i.! aurta , Will bu
or sell ia thM ilu Have eune gool
bargains -In aevond-band furniture
and tools. George Voung, Malii i t
WANTED Toung woman wants posi
tion, aa clerk, some experience.
N. corner Fourth and Monroe
) WANTED Position aa clerk In store
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"1 would like to do aeveral things If
I had the time." said the young man.
whereat I replied:
"Tour eicuae u niway. "
"Wbst yon lack Is not time, but dm
position and the determination to sva
tematlcully employ your leisure.'
Tblnk of Charles Lamb.
There's a man who wrote booka that
will live a long ax EdjtINIi literature.
Do you anpfioae be bjd plenty of tlmcT
lie was employed aa a clerk nearly a
bis life He wrote hi book to the
hour after bl work was done
And Wllllum Herarhel.
nerarbel was a poor music teacher
and played n cburcli organ. Becoming
Interexted In axtronomy. be studied the
books tn bed morning" and evenings.
He worked long and patiently to build
hla own telescope. Ilenwhcl discovered
tbe plfitiPt Urn una. and that Used his
fame for all time.
And Horace Greeley
(.rreley put in ueurly twice aa many
hours In- bl day - as tbe averuxe
"printer devil" of today. But be be
came tbe rrenteat editor of bla time.
And Benjamin Franklin.
Suppone Franklin bad ent bla time
In tbe tavern wttb boon fellows la
stead of working at bis ezperlment.
Tbe application of eletrllty might
have been delayed perbapa bfty years,
rrealdent Andrew Jobnaon got all bl
edut-atlon i:"-r l,e ru murrled sui
while worklUK at tbe t.tllor'a trade.
Vice Prealdent WUkimi Hld tbe foun
dation for bl ee-bei4 by working bla
brain while he worked bl bunds at the
cobbler bench. i
Lincoln Mtndled law between time.
CIny learned to speak' lu a barn.
The mrmt aorcesftfut -lawyer I know
studied Blacttfttone and Kent after bt
day' work nt the carpenter' bench.
TbouHand of young men and women
today are taking mall course In a
correapoiidewe school while1 ptiranlnv
tbelr regnlr Ishors. ,
Youtis; man. yon soctid enough rime
separate from your . reeulnr employ
mentand wime of If fnollhly rent
to make yon cultured or rich or fa
mous. Ml Sugar. - i
In Is said that the flint sugar eve
mode In' Vcrmontwai'made in Ben
olngton in March. 17VI. near the hg
cabin of Captain Ramuel Robinson, the
first , settler of the town, who cam
from riardwlck. Ma. The sap was
caugbt In abort logs hollowed that held
about a gallon Many pound of sugar
were made and a liquor cask foil f
She - Speaking correctly, darling,
should I say "1 will have a new drewi"
or "I shall bsvs a sew dre7" He
Spesklng correctly, absolutely correct
ly, "my love, you should aay, "I won't
have a new dress T '
WANTED Boys and girls. Here
Is your cbance youngsters to
make your Christmas money
easy. Tbe Morning Enter
prise will pay you a big com
mission for brinlgng In trial
strbscrfptlons. If you 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
you can make a lot if you
FOR SALE Launch, 23 feet long,
capacity 14 pasnengers. First claas.
.. Inquire Dr. Stuart, city.
CONCORD grapes, cents a pound,
Bring your basket. 11. G. Stark
weather, Rlley Station.
FOR DALE Sis-room house and two
lota on Washington street; $1100
cash. Call 612 Fourth atreot
Phone Main 2461.-
NICE piano In Oregon City for rent
or will sell cheap. Write 0. II.
Oraham, manager wholesale, Eller'a
Music House, Portland, Or.
FOR RENT 300-acre farm, 75 acres
in cultivation, good bouse, barn and
outbuildings; two wells and sev
eral springs, good water, land roll
ing and drains well. W. E. Jones,
Beaver Creek. .
Fa KM LOANS Dlmick a ulmicrf,
Lawyers, Oregon City, Or.
O. n. EBT. Attorney-at-Law. Mooe
loaned, abstracts ftirnlssed, Issv
titles eismtnvd, est sue settled, gen
eral law suatnaab. Ovr Bask
If REN A gCHl'EBEL, Attorneys-et
Law, Deutscher Advokat, will pris
tine In all courts, tasks collection
prise Bldg., Oregoa CRT, Oregon.
SOItOSR AND CO-V ACTOR
MARHT JONES Riifldar and nenerai
Tontrsctor. Estimates cbaerfullr
rven on stl classes of bnlldina
work, coo ere te walks sS reinforced
concrete. Rea. Phone Mala lit
" INSUR A NfTtT'
B. M. COOFER. Fo Firs Inaurane
and Real Kstata. Let as handl
vonv proaertl we buy, aeJI aad
evrhange. Office 1s Ka'erprl
Bldg.. Oregoa City, Oregon-
Portland, will be la Oregon City
Monlaya. Wednesdays and Fridays
of each weak, at corner of Blith and
Washlrtgton streets, I'bons Main
CLSANINQ AND FRSSSINO.
CIUOAOO TAILOIia suits made to i
order from 110 and up. We also do j
cleaning, pressing and repairing. ,
Three aoora niuin ot poaiunra.
J, AIJ1A 8A0KR. tea- her of vlnd and
siring Instruments, director of wand
and orchaatra. Will furnish muslo
for any occasion. Call at Klectii-
Notice bf Hearing ef Tayler Street
Notice la hereby given that the ap
portlonment of the' ct of the Im
provement of Taylor street, Oregon
City, Oregon, from tbe north ald
or Seventh street, attending norti,
erly to the south side of Twelfth
street, has been ascertained snd the
epportloument la now on file In the
office Of the 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 Bled with the recorder
thereof, within ten dys after the
first publication of this notice, will
be heard and. determined by the
council before the passage of snv
ordinance assessing tbe coal of aalJ
The property assessed for said Im
provement Ilea on both aldea of aald
part of aald Taylor street proposed
to be improved and the line of Ms
abutting on aald part of Talor
street fartberest trom aald part ol
, aald Taylor atreel and aald part o
said Taylor street.
- Tble notice I published In the
Morning Enterprise, the Drst publi
cation being tbe 27th day of Octo
ber, ltl. and the City Council has
srRdvetnber 7lh. lt 1. at a-octoca
p.. m. at the Council Chamber ol
Oregoa City, aa the time and place
of passing on said oUJeetlona.
- U Dill ' , nerurvii.
annet (besoms smplsysrs until they
have saved enough sapltal te mass a
A savings scoount at this bank will
net eiy prsvlds sapltal. but will giya
a training In "nanse whlsh will prv
a valuable business help,
The Bank of Oregon City
OLDEST BANK IN T!U COUNTY
u n i ATtit'Rarrni
B f La
THE FIRST NATIONAL BAIC
of OREGON CITY , OREGON
tr.aaeu SanSIe Smineea,
Over fra. K (g. t, f ,
Notice Is hereby given that the un
dersigned was by order f the
County Court of Clacksmaa county,
Oregon, made and entered on the
Srd day rOetober, 1(11, spool
administrator of the estate of John
Thomas, 'deceaseds snd haa quali
fied as such administrator. All per
sons having claims sgalnat the es
tate of said deceased aball present
the same with vouchers duly N veri
fied, to me at the office ef C. IL
lye, south weft corner Eighth and
Malty streets. Oregon City, Oregon,
on or before l (6) months from
tbe date hereof.
Admlnlatratot-OCth estate of John
Dated jDctober 7th. 1111.
r Hotel Arrivals.
The following are the arrivals at
the Electric Hotel:
E. W. Zubel. Portland: :n: E. Tingle.
O. P. Looney, Molalla; C. Dornhlt,
(X Hartley, Sllverton; Fred Frank.
Seattle; J. M. Judson. J. n, Cum
mins. A. W. Foster, Portland; N. B.
Davla. Ban Francisco; o Black,
Portland; 3. W. R. Kelly. portUnd;
W. A. McWolf and wife. Portland.
Qladotono Lumbor Corn-z.-
BUNGALOW MATERIAL OF ALL KINDS..
Umber, lath, shingles, fence-posts sad doors, moulding, uk as
all ktnd of Inside nlsh. Prices rlghL lumber guaraniead sad raa
(VAR0S AT PARK FLACt).
Phone Main 3M1.
The ctom of giving engagement
rings ranks back ! torigl lefre the
Cbrl.tlsa era. With the sm lent l-yp-tlaoa
eugsgeioeul rim: uers always
of Iron. l' IndW sle ibe nuiual aa. rl
fle of llU-rty of tbe outra.llug par
tlea m f lb "eiy earllot sJ""""'
Uteut of lrtbal rluga was a load
stone. wnl b ajuiUJItrd Ibe attractive
fun-e wbi. h drew a luaidru. from bar
7wl" family Clrvle Ih'o I list of ber hua
Imnd It la Iwlleved that Ibe fourth
finger ba alwsys been Ibe bride's vlug
Olkerwls Hs Wss a Fine Oelfee.
Mi Kootle What Ibe deuce am I do
ing wrong, raddle?
Tbe Caddie tin bla element!-Why.
yer at ace la rotten, an' yer pullla' yer
irlve,, an" albin yer braaay. "ret t.
low wC yer Iron, an' yer toppln' wf
yer maable. YrrfaUln' barb and
rawln' la. fee d"b 1 keep yer eeoa
tbe bn.l. asil er tau'l putt far toffee -Loudofl
The secret ol gerhnf through
work is method. Order, a ha beeu
bbtd. it (Vafi hrat law. Lrt a be
yours. Do not Id voof. work be
cumulate ota yout kaads. It is
noLwoilt llial kilt, but anesn ol
work. Wotk put oaf m work put On
. heavy mterrst. ' "SifTM.mi uoio the
day is the eva thereof . l becomes
anlraetablr fit UmJ Upon kanof.
LIFE AND LIVING
We reJucs Lie loth peroneas
of our dJy (ving. We bhouU
ciah our kvtng to the pandcur ol
Protest Aoslnet ladls,
Kiitor MiM-uing mterprta.
Dear Sir. A few tiiouiki am
tain district In Org..a city wpw
ly auunyed with an ladlas aiK
ber followers Thav iUtlba q,
these undesirable people b ara
they rated not what, km Ike; a
not want to be . botharsd a
ble and lust, but a bat of Iks baa
borhood where the laaUbt ,
mbved to. Hhould they but btint
When the woman, who Is pa
ably the oldest reaidant of Orajr
City was forced to move froatstes
I era she had occupied for awn sr
a half century, she twrated ipn j
Mouth End road near lb raaiaa
district of'Uwton Heights. Uans
same drunken ravels coaUsss. 1
aame low trash of mas talker
worst -tit purpose asd Ike as
beautiful drlv Into our city b a
Ibe psasage-way fur those ibMaai
of humanity that patrualbt Ua
dlan resort. It haa com to smsi
stage that women and rslMraasis
think of traversing this read aa
-This public nuisance vu w
enough In a district ahlck kbl
lice protection. It Is time that as
action a lakes V h QfTU-UJi a
county for aa it Is now, tb dui
Octal pave given their ckarp as
to tbe county officer vllb tbakea
plltnent. Tbe rliltsns of tkh a
lion have circulated aeveral beS
asking property oaners whotnt
camping ground of tbe tpa M
move their renters but wlthoel m.
so If any one know of a piste
pUn lo settle the mativr so tan i
otsnmunlty will suffer, they as
be heard from at once. '
J. C SPAOU
Are vou suba. rlbes to th
tag SDlwprln? II not yskosll"
and let ua po yr nsms os ta
sertptloa list Immediately
f f' i
If Every Storekeeper
Only Knew The Saving
he could effect in his light bill by uung Mai da
lamps he would never have an Inferior illam,i
nant in his store it any price.
.lie Would Pfefer Electric Light
as a matter of economy, to say nothing about
the brilliant white light of the MAZDA lamps,
nnrivaled foreshow window illcmination.
If yon would like to know more about the
service these lamps are giving others, ask us.
PORTLAND RAILWAY, LIGHT
. & POWER CO.
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DR. LENA R. HODOES, Osteopath, of I