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MORNING ENTERPRISE. SUNDAY. NOVEMBER 5, 1911.
TO THE ENDS
Fc: Cc::!:ss Forced to
R::g8 tela of tba Una.
SFEED IS PRi:.!E FACTOR
Lnf m4 Rangy Tys a Gridiron
Flayer t Needed Far Cam' ta
li s parties Under New Raise Ovtrt
and Centers H4 Net Be Heavy.
Weight as w0 aa speed will again
be determining factor la football
thia season, accord! of to experts, and
ta experteoce of last arasoo will
teach coacbea warn their weight will
to of boat a rail. To auaay tb men
Do of weight will Indicate a return
to tb daye before tb "purity rulea,""
bat th weight la thia eaoa gam
will bt li I dlffereot plac from be-
for too reform Uoa to grtdtroa tac
tics, and the quality of apeed will be
tar atora ascasaary tbaa vr be for.
la lb days before th frequent la
Juris ceased a weeping change la tbe
coda governing tb pastlna weight
waa concentrated principally la the
coatcr of the Ho, whll tbo eoda. th
quarterback and often tbo halTea war
comparatively tight men. -
WU tbo present code, however.
there la Itttlo call for waigbt la tb
tbxaa cantral poaitlona ta tbo lino,
tbo cantor and tbo guard, wbllo tbe
fullback. rti beat tbo assistance of bia
partner la tbo back fleld, aeveaeartly
aaaat ba a faat snaa. Waigbt. la all
profcablllty. will go to tbo ooda, while
a call for quarterbacks who com bin
ail tb old virtue of th dinner and
ta addltJoa a cartala amount of weight
baa gone oat from tbo various training
" WHAT IS WORN.
TKa ftkyseraser Hat la Mora Par Pall
OversJurt Elfeete Median
Tb akyav-ratMrr bat wttb eve blgb
ar feather decwratlo la a rewrite
ata la fall aillllavry.
Ovrklrt effects ar need oa Man;
t (bo ellrta of afternoua drain' a. the
pot Jal bring of euiue rwutraatlug
rulor wf of the material, wok b la alwi
uijtk,vd tor tb trtuuulng.
Tb INpter Paa collar la far too pret
ty to b abaadoaed. for tt Bu well
around the neck aud ta Ita la teat de
etopmenta la arrtvl out In whit I
Unea. embroidered In colored allk or
woolen thread. .
Tb wlUow plmhe bad tta day.
had there ta every reason to believe
that the ostrich pluoM of olden fancy
wUl Uka Ita place.
acrap of real lac thee days u
worth tw bu weight la gold, ft
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.Tb maa railed "las and rangy" by
tbo baseball writers, who baa tb
aacaaaary phyaical develop me at for a
After ten months of continoos publication, Morning Enterprise, th:
BIG LITTLE Clackamas Cotmty Daily is read in more than a thot.
and Clackamas County homes every day N
9 I '
This is 2000 short of the mark set by tho Publisher for
the first year, so in order to interqst that many new Sub
scribers in Morning Enterprise, November and December
will be a bargain period for subscribers.
can.p'B ra roca t
tb merest tooca of good tare raise a
costume that Is quit ordinary to tb
plan of aa aristocratic on. A small
collar and caffs f real Brages or oth-
ffecUre lac adds greatly ta a
any-klnd of gowa or coat.
Th dree pictured la a wonderfully
good looking model, and to male It
ma scarcely say trouble. Th only
real work hi represented br th bat-
toAholed scsliops and - Fraocb - dots.
Thee decora tkrna may easily ba left
oat and embroidery substituted.
This Mar Xante amrtara. la eat ta stsas I
for ehlldrs of two, tour and sts rears et I
IS cents to this emce, gtrtum I
71JS. and tt win be promptl fee- I
warded ta re br aaaO. It ta baste send
aa additional two cent stamp (or letter I
postaae, which tasorae awn prompt de I
DECREES OF LA MODE.
Buttone ef th Imin Ar Lsrae and
Bottoas this season ar going to be
large and eery beautiful. Oa coats and
wrap where only aeveral ar employed
they measure as much aa two or three
Three-quart en is th length of the
rrgnlatioa tailored coata. Fringe Is
widely worn. All of tb tailored suits
and all other gowns that will permit
of Its as sre thus trimmed.
Tb marabou fan la on of the pres
ent norelUea. The ones with pearl
gray feathers and sticks ar th moat
Sid trills win be on of tb Im
portant Itema la fall neckwear and
ar made ta two effects those fori
rear with tailored suits and those of I
a mors dressy character.
Little bonnets of sllrer lac with I
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Then boost for Morning Enterprise, the only paper publish
ing four pages of LIVE CLACKAMAS COUNTY NEWS
EVERY DAY IN THE YEAR BUT MONDAYS.
Btaar wesfB football experts predict
. tnat Roeeasrald. aflnoeaota'a areat haJf-
back, will be siren a poeiuoo on tbe all
iMsi uus i. ll. Laat seaeoa
a waa one of the best back IV Id nca In
football player, will he a ralosble ar
quhtltioo for any of the roacbe of the
Two things ar abeolotely fnodamea
tal In the eod. apeed and welfbt. With
practically erery play la th catalogue
aimed aroand tbe end or off tackle,
the maa mardioa tb extremities of
th tto most oer-eesarUy be safflVlent
ly powerful to w1thstod attack after
; Tb shot It too of tbe old pnsb and
paO system ta lnterfereor aod help
In- tb rnooer precludes possibility of
plays Inside th tackle positions gain
lac ground, so coarbe. aa waa the
. rase last season, probably will he fore.
sd to send play afte play axntost tbe
outskirts of tb lloe
Speed also la reqatred. for tb for
ward paaa will wreak baror with tbe
team which baa not a quirk pair of
ends. It Is generally admitted that
aader tb rule prohibiting tb cods
from Interfering with men eligible to
hjcriv tb forward pas once tbey
bar paased tb On of scrimmage
eereral sre boond to sift throagh. bow
rrer eff retire msy be th end's work
a tb line.
So tb end will bar to bar all tb
lnrniUr qualities la sizing op s pis
" which la former years were supposed
to be rested only In th angnst person
f tb quarterback, file speed also
most be need la offense, for be I one
of tb beet ma atlglbl ta reeelr for
Cause for Qetn. '
"Where ar yew. going T
1 don't kmrw. I'm Just golag."
1f than tb case why goT
nts Urn t or tb girl aext door ta
tab bar vocal lea soa." Birmingham
Aga-Barald. , "
Mrs. BJooasTotir bnsbsnd. I bear.
Is qnlt ersadla. , Mrs. . Brown
mrthe Teraatile Is aa nam for It.
Why. aa raa actoally stay out lata
erery Bigot la tb week and not giro
Ca ajaa axens twv.-Ezcbaaga. ..
xw ci sen La a surr.
ruffla of fine lacs falling orer tb ball
ar very dainty and attract! r.
Pretty belts are mad of gold ribbon
worked with ribbon embroidery.
High stiff collars are numerooa de
spite tb popalarlty of tbe batch or
low neck. ,
Tbe circular skirt Is always a grace
ful oa Here Is a model tbat la made
with a doable box plait at tb bark
tnat may be treated In sereral ways.
Fancy allk makes the combination
shown In tb cat
This May Hasten patters la cut In slses
from 23 to X2 Inches waist meaaure. Bn(1
IS cents to this office, giving number, 712.
and It will be promptly forwarded te you
by malL If In haate send an additional
two east stent for letter postage, whlofe
Insafs more prompt delivery.
Jobn, aald the iMrgaln booting
half of tbe matrimonial trust a tbey
sat at tbe break? it table. "I wish
yon woold let me bare $10 tbls mora
"lly dear." replied tbe m-ek and
lowly bunhand. "I wln yi.n would
break yourself of tbe bablt yon bare
of dreaming tbat I luarrled ao
Olndya Why did she erer marry
ECiel-Oh. he aald. be couldn't lire
fllsdys-Well, she ought to get a
njednl for life sarlng.-Rxi bance.
the t-smoos rtena.
Catherine de Medici when abe wwn
to I'arls to marry llenry II. too
with ber a famous Florentine er
futnrr named Hene. and from tbat
time Kraore made greai prugreM in
tbe fragrant art.
Their Quitting Time.
Borne men ar as honest as tb day Is
long, bat quit at sundown. Atlanta
I he 1 are Crises.
There ar thrve crimes in a man'a
life wbeo he la old enough to be
msds to turn tb grindstone, when bs
reaches tb point where be hold the
tools to be sharpened aud makes som
on els trim the grindstone sod wben
b begins to reaUxe that, after ill. It
bas erer been a matter of holding bla
own ooe to tb rrlndHtime.Wodga.
AMONG TroT CHURCHES
First Baptist Church Ninth and Main
streets, Rsr. 8. A. Haywortb, pas
tor. Bible school at 10 a. m., classes
for all ages. H. E. Cross, superinten
dent Preaching at 11 a. m. and
7:30 p. m. by th pastor. Morning
subject, "Father Porglr Them;
They know not what they do' Er
nlng subject, "A King In nam, not a
puppet In fact"
German Lutheran Church (Ohio
t synod) Rsr. IL Man, pastor. Ser
vices will ba beld at 10:30 a. rq.
Sunday school at 9:30 a. m. The
paator hopes to see many children
at Sunday school.
Catholic Corner Water and Tenth,
streets, Rsr, A. HUlebrand pastor.
residence 112 Water; Low Mass 8
a. m.. with sermon: High Mass
10:30 a. m.; afternoon serrlce at
.4; Maas arery morning at t.
First Congregational Church. Elev
enth and Main streets. Morning wor
ship at 10:30 o'clock, with sermon
by Rer. George N. Edwards. Sub
ject, "An hour for God." Sunday
school at 10:50 a. m. Evening wor
ship at 7:30 o'clock. Subject of
sermon by Rer. Oeorg N. Edwards,
"A Gospel for tb. Present Age.
First Church of Christ Scientist
Service at 11; Wednesday evening
meeting at I o'clock; reading room
open every afternoon except Sun
day from 2 to 4 o'clock. Morning
subject, "Adam and Fallen Man,
German Evangelical Corner Eighth
and Madison streets, Rer. F.
Wlsveslck pastor, residence 711
Madison; Sunday school 10 a. m.,
Herman Schrader, Monro street,
superintendent; morning service
ri 1 ; Young People at 7 P. m. and
preaching at 8 p. m.; prayer meet
ing Wednesday at 7: SO p. ta.
Gladstone Christian Rev. A. H. Mul-
key. pastor: Bible school at 10 a
m.; preaching at 11 and 8.
Mountain View Unlon-MCongreKa-
tlonal) Sunday school 8 p. m.,
Mrs. J. H. Qulnn, superintendent;
Bible Study every Thursday" after-
Methodist Episcopal Church Rev. E.
w, Zimmerman, pastor. Bunday
school 8:15. Preaching by the
pastor at 10:46. Junior Leagu at
o'clock. Mornlna subject, "Good,
Quality In Religion." Evening ser
mon by Rev. Alfred E. Ayers, of
First prsebytsrlsn Church--Rev. J,
R. Landiborough, pastor. Morning
worship at 11; Sunday school at
- 10 o'clock, Mra. W. C. Green, su
perintendent; T. Y. 6. C. E., at U5
3 p. m. Epworth Leagu at 6:30 p.
m. At 7:30 evening service. Morn
ing subject, "Manners of tb Maa
ter." Evening subject, (lod's Will
Parkplaee Congregational Rev. J. L.
Jonea pastor, residence Clackamaa;
Christian Endeavor Thursday eve
nlng 7:30. Sunday school 10, Emery
French - superintendent; preaching
services each Sunday, alternating
between 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. m.;
6t. Paul's Rev. C. W. Robinson, rc
tor. Dally services: Morning prsy
r, 7 a, m.; Holy Eucharist. 7:30 a.
m.; vnlng prayer. 7:30.; Sunday
aervlces: Holy Eacaarlst 8 a. m.;
morning prayer, 1:30; Holy
Eucharist and sermon 11 a. m.;
venlng prayer and sersaea at 7:30;
Sunday school m.; Thursday
venlnga, aermoa at 7:30.
United Brethren Oraer Eighth and
Taylor, Rev. L. F. Oark pastor,
residence, Portland; Sunday school
10 a. m., Frank Parker, Maple Lan,
superintendent; morning service
11; T. P. S. C. E. 6 p. m., venlng
Willamette M. C-No regular preach
ing aervlces: Sunday school 8 p.
tn., Mrs. Reams, superintendent,
Zlon Lutheran Corner Jefferson and
Eighth streets. Rev. W. R. Krai
berger pastor, residence 720 Jeffer
son; Sunday school 6:80 a. ra., Rt.
Kraxberger, superintendent; morn
ing service 10:20; evening 7:45;
Luther Leagu 7 p. m.
Waat Oregon City tehool House J.
O Staats will preach at 3 o'clock
Sunday school conducted after sr
drewa to George If. rlr im .
"f William Holmes IX L. C, township
. .....in. ruing eaai; aio.
W. T. and IlArtha M. Uster to W.
C. Wheeler, 8 acre of section 17,
township 2 south, range 6 sast; $10.
Mlsa Henora Moar to J. T Strlts
?f J"n, RooU Horasstead
Land Claim, section 6. township 3
south, range 2 east; IJ.S'y.
-m!"ni M"rr Taylor to Clark
jS;,U tVZn of ,,lock County
Addition to Oregon City; J00.
hip 2 south, raneg" 1 Mt; $10.
, Joseph A. HebenwUer an4 Net"
HaUererlser to A. V. Calkins, ose
fourth acr of George Crow a I C.
township 2 south, range 1 east: III
A. V. Calkins to Joseph Wosrad
on fourth acr of George Crow D. J
C. township 2 south, range 1
Ilemsn A. Lea to Rolert 8. Cos. l '
am. of section 33utownhip I w ,
rang 1 east; $999. '
Fred Cooper and Stella Cooper
Jacob Jackie, west half or kti I'
ll, 12. Atkinson: $10.
Carl Mobaupt to Antoue KreldlK"
1. 2, 7. I, block 136; $t.00.
RIAL ESTATE TRANSFERS.
William H. and Jessie ADolegat to
Nancy j. Ricney, land in tract 81,
Willamette Tracts; $1,
W. H. and Rebecca A. Smith to M.
Wattawa and Josephine Wsttawa,
southerly half of lot 7 of block 62, Or,
gon City; $1,100.
C. T. Howard to D. E. Scott, lot 1
ot block 12, Mullno; $l0.
, Frank E. Andrews and Bessie An
Treatment at Hot Lake, Including medical attention, board n
" hs, costs no mora tnan you would pay to lira at sny first ol
ooteL Room, can be had from 7$ cants to $150 per day. Me.li
in tbe cafeteria ar served from 30 cents up and In tba grill t
ual grill pric,. Batb. rang from 60 cents to $1.00.
We Do CtiiT Rheumatism
Hot Uka Mineral BatM
and mud given under scieU
tlflo direction have earss
thousands. Writs for lim
trstd booklet deanrlptlvs ot
Hot Laka Sanatorium
th methods am ployed. H
Lab Ssnatorium Is sw
slbl. at It Is located direct
ly on tba main Una of tb
d.-W. R. N. railway. M
special excursion rates art
to be bad at all times. AH
HOT LAKE SANATORIUM
VALTCR li. PICRCC. Prcs.-liflr.