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MORNING ENTEKPRI8E. FRIDAY. NOVEMBER 10, 3911.
f,ft",,tT crrrcrfc"k"ifclu"'0,,,h lB rorl "8n," tut a
WHY A STATE DANK?
should be Introduce to society aa "Ah.
Rev, Cm V. T.Richeson and Girl
For Whose Death He Is Held
Weal T." . 1 irjvvy Used aa
A sah laeas nethlng ef the
security afrecded by government Sus.
ervlalen. It la anSer (he direst sen.
fel ef the Itate Banking Deasrtmsnt,
and subject te rigid periodical eaanv
Insllens ef He eapert ewdltere, wtt
see that all the laws safeguarding
peelter a's eamplled with.
The safety ef year Interests la a,
raham Lincoln, and that k "George
Washington" should be a am, low
down derelict. The aacleat Jewa and
Other natioOS gva ItDM that re
flected torn characteristic or that
a poke of Mm koUbw arhloveaneat,
and not unoftea oo occasion the
changed a mana Bam. Bach a pra
tic cannot wall be followed ta the
day, but It might be wall for mmu
parent to ahow greater dlacrlmlaa
tlon In th nam thay glv their
chlldrea and not weigh then down
through life with, aome absurdity.
ruto a.l rrwt'y-r Siylea
I. B. IROMI, tdltar m NMMMf.
To- twa af vrwM whs effetilvety
bv.s la Ite trtaniit ut a wUlis fell
hai CU'leree) m-eutly. The hat
felt Ntd Kail rre-hi'(el ornament
nuf t aaa white wwil and Issaelt
4 iWMata, Whh Hie hat was sbuwa
1. U kl Mm mm eAas at
Ttr3 if unanrmMi
nuJ-wl kaad hag ,.f anliil -white
weU with a aide he.u.1. like rrlua fr
rblaJtaa. tf whkh It wuhi be hung
train vae Klsatder.
Mat iral fot hi wall liked a trim
rung fur thla aasa. an. I kunh rv
a.aianla fiver for the same mrae.
A wrlacaas slip such ' un"
OkO Tesr. kywakN ., .. ....MM
Mneiths. s Mil ., .... .... 1 M
war MmiIm, l.M
Par w . mr aamn , j
CONTRACT ADVERTISING RATES
The Bctok of Oregon City
OLDKST BAWK III TIT! COUNTY
hM h. mt ear rirat kian li l
Ptret Psas. Mt tMk aa Unnlni .las
rrararrrs poatttem ev . Mr hi
aatafai-tiry founds) Ua
mmt br Uw hrat mm. mt
Mm HI etkar Am Hrat paa, Mr
LmrmM lea or Km; to veawlar irw.
wearo m ksa.
sail?, for tdnni
ear rfca WMb.tr. mm tba asr
trmMfrrT-4 ft UK Sally ta Uw
v. nuan . to rata wtu sa ae
M took tor raw. mt the mmt. mm lto M
took for epclaj paaHtow.
party to m
Streus edvarttaUka as asmta!
vJvrlai at KcloHtu tack.
wJ BaMkrwM Bale" awrer
me in nrst nti
Haws ttrma u4 wall will'ae ailfias
er saem. vita aateraet
wUl ba ctoaly aeoeeead.
aai lata um rat
tot Vr mum to
CITY OFFICIAL NEWSPAPER.
THE MORNINQ ENTERPRISE
U o mI at th following tor
" Huntley Broa. Drors -
J. W. M cAnulty dgara
a : Sevan ck and Mala. e)
E. B. Anderson, a
Mala aear Sixth, e
M. K. Dana Coufecttoaery
Neat door to P. O. w
aty Drug Store
, Electric Hotel. a)
Bcboeoborw Cbafectioaery e
SeveoU and X Q. Adama
Nov. 10 In American History
.1779-Jeeeph Hewea, "aigaer" for
Northi Carolina, died; bora 173a
18W General Job EUls Wool. TJ. 8.
A. retired, died; bora 1784.
18M Theodore R. Darts, war rorre-
wpoadeat and artlat of Osrpera
Weekly ta 1JW1-B. died: bora 1S4&
1800-BattlMbip Korth Dakota
laanched at Qnlacr. Mi
(Front Boon today te soon tomorrow.:
Sna acta 43. rtaea 629: day have
shortMied S boars since Jane 21 and
win abort ea a boat 1 boar more: mooa
Uses 8:10 p. m.; 42S a. nv. mooa paaav
lng planet Neptune from wet te east:
lava's declination. 17 degrees 10 mla
ataa eoath of releatJaJ aqaator.
How would It do to number Instead
pf naming children until they reach aa
age when their bodies and mind are
develoyed and their characteristics
displayed beyond a doubt? While as
a rale the present system may work
all right not nnoften the names given
are a sort of mlsflt. It is rather in
congroue that a hot quick-tempered
woman should bear the aame of
"Patience,- or that one tipping the
scale at 250 pounds should be known
as -Tiny," "Lily.- "DaJiy- or -Birdie."
And so with men. It makes
one am He that soma poor creature
who dare not can his soul his own
has such a misfit name as "Lycursua,"
that one mentally deficient should go
at tonj kaVnHesfcig
to tosaj nilm
mi oaja m lam
h A Language All
By Dr. L. L. ZAMENHOf.
all our international communication!! VK OUOllT TO USE
A NEUTHAL LANOUAGE. one that ix eacilr acquired by
ill and used with equal right
Let us speak in this neutral languap to anv man who
doe not care to speak to ua in our own languap1. anl the chief ca uoe
'of NATIONAL HATREDS and every cH-oaxion for humiliating
certain peopled will DISAPPEAR. . V
A peutral language of this character has existed for some time.
' It serves its purpose to perfection, has already a considerable numl-f
of adherents and possesses a rich and rapidly increasing literature.
Those who wish to discover how this language may be uniformly
employed by ALL PEOPLES and what a great UNIFYING
FORCE it is let them not discuss the subject from a theoretical point
of view, but let them attend one of the annual universal Eopersn'Ut
congresses. They will then understand what it is that humanity needs
in order to establish a DEFINITIVE .PEACtamong the peoples .,(
the earth. - .
As ESPERANTISM makes progress in the world, the men f
different peoples will meet more frequently and converse in a neutral
speech. They will com to understand and to LIKE. KACII
OTHER BETTER. Tbey will feel more deeply that iher are of
one heart, one mint and one ideal and hare the same suffering- and
sorrow. Tbey will realize that all this mutual hatred f (M-opte is
only a relic of barbaric time. On this neutral base, tbe one FUN DA
MENTAL BASE, will be established the harmonious and pure "hu
man" humanity of the future, of which the prophets of all lands and
all age hava dreamed. -
, The Social Service Convention held
at Madlsoa, Wla, threehed out aome
Terytlmrly aubjecia, and the effect will
be apparent In the near future. The
contention mace by one apeaher that
while much baa been done In recent
yeare to leaaea the labor of the farm
er Terr Uttle had been done to lighten
the ifork of the farmer's wife was
very much to the point. Machinery
haa been a great Bid to the farmer In
planting, cultivating and harveatlng
hla crop, but la the household work
la done In Juat about the way It wa
done fifty year ago. True, there haa
been aome amelioration, but It I very
alight aa compared with what the far
mer haa received. No wonder that
farm era' daughter show the aame dle
poeklon aa the eons to leave the farm
for the city. It Is a pity that they
do. as a rule, but It Is natural under
(BT EDGAR BATES.)
At Uat some of those wood piles
have disappeared from the sidewalks
and pedeatrlana have come back to
Each year the War Department
spends vast sums In establishing and
maintaining recruiting stations in their
efforts to induce mora young men to
enter the army. From time to time
we hear a lot of clamor from the autu
oritie telling us how hard It Is to
get new men to enaet. They fail to
the reason of this difficulty.
Army life at the best haa but few at
tractions. The pay la a mere pittance,
the duties are often laborious and
when it comes to rations, the camp
men dees not have many attractive
dishe. Statistics show that the gov-'
ernment spends but $1.05.96 for the
actual maintenance of each man per
year. Tis true that clothing Is fur
nished but the costume, have a cer
sameness ail u time wnlcn
must get very monotonous at times.
Give the soldiers decent pay, better
clothing and more rations and the
service will possibly prove a little,
more alluring to the average young'
The man who Juat bought an auto
mobile saye the way to obtain the
real cost of a machine is to simply
double the catalogue price of the ma
chine "complete." The machine "com
plete" might be "complete- ail right,
but bumbers. claton horns, electric
connections for lights, touring trunks,
lunch outfits, collapsible buckets, a
few eitra tools and the thousand and
,000 other things that are "suggested-
by the salesman "help some"
when it comes to the final cost -Then
after that comes the tax. Insurance,
two or three automobile club fees
and then one la only ready to begin
to continually buy Juice and tires not
to mention the regular autolst cos
tume. A few weeks ago 'the postmaster
gave us notice of a letter from a New
York girl who is looking for a hus
band in this part of the country. This
girl haa received something lesa
than sixty-two letters from Clacka
mas county men since her letter was
published. Is somebody flirting or
do the boys mean business?
a a a
We know the age of Ann. but now
long will It be before Oregon City
Men Speak Will
Link the World
the Originator of Esperanto 4
a-. WTX- "
EARLT all-the elements wbkh
present In the trial of the Kev. Clsreore V. T Uh besun for I be war
der of .MIss Jlvls t.lnnelL .The accused man. the ouUr immIot ef a
fashtonsble fambrldM (Mass.! ibnrrb. I charged wltb reaiHjiiMll.Uli
for tbe death of a young girl to whom he once paid marked attention, bat
whose removal be Is supposed to have desired because of hi enuageuieni te
the daughter of s wealthy parishioner Tbe mystery la rendered more itrrw
some by the peculiarly deadly nature of the drug wbb-b cauaed the voting
woman's death cyaalde of potassium and the testimony of a druggist l bat
before the crime waa committed the clergyman purchased "enouch of i to
kill tea men." Tbe devotloa to tbe prisoner of his flaix-ee and her family Is
another remarkable feature of a case which la likely to be noteworthy aatoaa
the sensational murder trlala ef the peat decade JV'
has uniformed policemen? !
a a a
The story of two old time friends
fighting for the hand of their" lady I
love Is an old timer, but wa have al-1
ways supposed that the victor always j
married the girl. But that young
lady who live to the east of a turn-1
ed the tables when she left "Damon 1
and Pythias" scrapping and hiked1
off with a third man.
Why not unite forces and have the
militia - boys and postofflce- people la
the same three-story, block square,
While the abolition of public drink
ing cups Is generally conceded to be
a splendid thing, the movement wss
not carried out as far as It should
have been In regard to transportation
companies. As It Is the law seems
to have been framed to help peanut
butchers sell a ten-cent . collapsable
drinking cup for twenty-fire cents,
while the car companies still con
tinue to keep cold water. A part of
that law should have stipulated that
these companlea place a goodly sup
ply of paper drinking cups In a caae
alongside of each water cooler.
a a a
In spile of the wide publicity of the
value of tbe scheme, we haven't seen
any of those nlckle-ln-the-slot paper
mache comb machines yet
HIGH SCHOOL CLOCK
SYSTEM IS PERFECT
The Standard Clock system In the
Oregon City High School was given
Itj first trial Thursday and gave per
fect satisfaction. Superintendent ol
City Schools Tooze and tbe High
School teachers were delighted with
the results. Clocks snd bells In the
various rooms are connected with a
master clock, which controls the
ringing of the bells. All the -bells
and gongs are operated automatically
and the assembling of the classes and
their moving from one room to an
other la done on the minute and with
out the slightest delay.
Cuban officials sppHed to ibe king of
Spain In V04 for "!.tw negroes ths
they may hevutue Inured to labor be
fore tbe Indlitn cease In eilt." After
1.V3 there was uot nu lixllan ou tbe
This Is Ths Best 'lour Obtain
able. Lay In Your Winter Supply of
Hay, Grain, reed snd Kotrect
. Poultry rood.
11TH AND MAIN ITS
Oregon City; ' "
lend interest te e merdr rase will be
DATES ARE CHANGED
The Congregational Brotherhood
has decided to have Its banquets on
the third Tueaday Inatead of the
fourth Tuesday In each month. The
neit banquet will be November 11 In.
stead of November 28 as had been
announced. President- Gary- said that
the change had been made to obviate
conflicting with other entertainment.'
The president a Ian announced that
the Purity Committee, consisting ot
Dr. Hugh 8. Mount, Judge Campbell,
K. C. Caufleld. k J. Tooxe and Rev.
E. F. Zimmerman, would have Its re
port ready In a few days.
PUNS SEVEN DAIiCES
Tbe Willamette Dancing Club sill
hold, its first dance of the season li a
week or two. a membership of airy
five tbe desired number has b)i
asaured, and the dances the eoavgg
winter and spring are expected to te
more successful than those given b- f
tofore. The last eerlea eonslated if
five, but arrangements sr bc'pg
made for at least sevea this season.
All persons who have beea invited te
become memiiers are urged to en-all
their names as soon as poasible t
MUBIC FINE AT BALL. '
. ' f
inclement weather Cuts Down A-
icnaance st HoeDcr Kntnatnmrst.
Aitnougb tbe attendance at t.te
ball and concert given at T!tit.Ya
Hall by . Hoclwr's Ladles Orcliritra
Thursday night was not sa laitt sa
had been expected, the entertaist k nt
was a success. The playing ws f n
and eacb or tbe musicians resj a! ad
to enchores. The Inclemency oi he
weather kept many persons : ay
v.no had planned to attend. ft
Hotel Arrivals. - r
The following are registered f lh
Electric Hotel: - i '
Hsrry csrus, J. c. Buller 1 Jim
Bucks, J. A. Cronk, Norwood,-1 . f
u. a. Marquam, Marquam; V
Clark, Loa Angeles, Cel.; C
ilrown, T. Bemoer, Archie D Bgan
ana wue, miss imas, m. Ltll U
E. Raynor, New York; E,' K taae,
urice nooa, Msaras, or. I r
Peculiar Table Cueteme. J ' '
In s .ImxiU entitled -oroeMc 'Man
ners of the MldrVe Arcs", we 8 told
tbat In thwe iiars dinner table were
covered by s "nappe." tie tsb srlots,
Upon It were placed a Ure sat Mlsr.
bresd snd cups for wine, hat no iulvea
or pistes. The rensnn for the khsence
f the knives srose fmm ih ftiaaioa
prnnlce In rogue of wle nrryina
their own knives la s nheein artarned
to their girdle. In sn enrtr work. Mf
ten by Lydirate-Ttitles Pee liehsvior
at Tahle"-tbe gneata are lot i bring
no knives unsecured to ' tie;4 table,
which ran only mesa that eich woe
wss to keep his own knife- that Is.
the one he carried with hlro clean
Ara you a substriber to th Mom
ma Enbsrorlnr ti not von should nan
snd let us pr font nsme oa lb ub
scriBtl'Hf- Hat tmmedlate.hr . I
, arta vpaasur "
over whra) ta wear any thla gown. It
taa be made abort or kug. If a dreaaj
effect ta desired tbe circular fiuunee
hvuld be eerered wltb narrow flounces
mt laoa, ' ... Jl D;c C1IOLUCT.
This May MasAoa csiiarn la cut la slaea
frsts MUM fcsrk awat SMaaura Bnl I
easts te this enVa. ivta aumbar. Ti:a
mm4 M wUI be kreaajMlr tdraisrdad la fee
mr wwlL It as ksata sasd an sJllitxil
iwe eaat atsais tor Mlar poatsaa, arairk
auras asare preaas 4vry. la erdar-
aa ase tki
Tries sal wajs aa Mela, Slippers and
Preeka All Aderwed With Fringe.
Mwaibed draper We wltb f rinsed hor
dera, suae pendent sub end trimmed
wltb sflk fringe ecarfs and mantles
New black patent leather shuea hae
mww White tnpe of ralfakltr This 1
I be very latest cry.
Hows trim everything from the ro
i -a pretty heads te- tbe allppera un
h leader tosev
The blows that hi e(Te lively trim
aird with lare er baudlng la well
gdapttd for lingerie goods This one
asclnde a prettily shaped yoke. It Is
astrrfuely dalaty In effw-t. yet very
ainspes. JDDIO CI10LLET
' ' ..- 17-
The Mar afaaion pattarn la cut In alias
rrera a It a Inrhea buat masaura Sn
eswie ta tale otnea, glvlns number, 7K7,
aw wui aa promptly rorwardad to you
bp rna If ta haata sand an additional
iwe cent vamp for latter pnstasa. which
aaeuras einre prompt dallvary. la ordar
InsT see this eeupon.
- 1 .
THE GOOD AND THE BAD.
Oii ought lo balance the good
'e bad and sIm lh- length of
fsaa 4 man ha lived to form a true
etinv not hia character. Prlybius,
lh C;eek roatorisn, wyi, "There is
ao rt 4Ntq why we should not some
tmvt blame and sometimes com
fner I the same nmnn (nr
s a' vayi rigid, neither is it probable
thst he should be alwav wmi " '
Head the Morataf Baterprla.
& 1 IJkTOUAaTTT Prasad J. bIBTMt, Case
THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK
oi OREGON CITY, OREGON
(mm a a'seral BanMng
Oladctono Lumbor Company
BUNQAL0W MATIrllAL OP ALL KIN0B.
Lumber, lath, shingles, fence-posts and doors, mouldings, aaeh ut
all klnda of Inside nlah. Prices right, lumber guaranteed sad proa
HIGHEST PRICE IS
REACHED FOR BARLEY
With California sn eaaer bidder
the few small lots I' ft la Oregon, the
market for feed barley baa touched a
new high record at all paclfio north
west poln i a. (tales are actually being
made In the country on the basis of
ltd per ton tidewater delivery. If Cal
tfornle parties ant the barley they
will be forced to pay this figure.
Forty four Venta a pound was of
tered for hope by Carmlrbael of Sa
lem and the buyer for English account
was hot after supples at tbe season's
eals bet seen dealers are reported
si 43 He a pound, this price being
actually paid by Klaber. Wolf A Net
ler during the past II hours.
Although dealers figure that there
are about t.Soo bales of bops remain
ing unsold In 'the hands of Oregon
grower at thla time, fully 1.0AO bale
of these are held by Interests who
cannot be Induced to let go ! any
price. In - fart, they are considered
perpetual holders and when Ihe price
reaches their prevlims limits they la
variably put It that much higher.
Prevailing Oregon City prices ars
HIDES (Buying) Oreea bldea.
I ta ae: sailers, ta to (A; dry bide.
lie to Me; sheen pelts, tie to Tie
. Hay, Orsln, Feed.
HAY-(Huylng Timothy. Ill lo
tit: rioter, fl lo ; oat hsv. best. It
lo tin. mixed. I) to III: alfalfa, U
to 118 50
UATB- (Buying) Oray. Ill to
117: wheat. Ill to IJ1; oil meal. IJ1:
Shady Brook dairy feed. 1.2I per
PEED Shorts. I:? to lit: rolled
barley, ICT.SOr process barley, 1)1 to;
bole corn. IJ7; cracked corn. 131;
hlte. 126 to 27; bran $27 to Zt.
Butter, Poultry, Egg. . .
nx)vn it to to is ss.
BUTTER (Buying) Ordinary
country butter, JSe to 10c; fancy
dairy, 30c; creamery, 30e to Ite
roi'LTRT (Buying) Hens, lie
12 12; broilers. He
ranch eggs, S5e to
DRIED FRUITS (nuvlnel
I'mnes on baala of 14 oounda for 42.
BACK VEGETABLES Carrots.
II. 28 to II to per sack; parsnips,
11.28 lo 11.80; turnips, I1.2S to Il.tO:
Prunes, on baals of 6 He for 45 and
POTATOES Best baying 70c to
nbc per hundred.
ONIONS Oregon. $1 25 to 11.80 per
...... . "
iniiiureu: Australian, 11 per hundred
iiKKr tuvs weight) Steers. U
snd BHe; cows. 4Ho; bulls, I lit
y r.ALr-i aivea bring from lo
13c. according to grade '
i u i iun obeep, jo an mo
lambs. 4c and tc.
II008 128 to 140 pound hogs, JJC
and He; 140 to 200 pounds, 10 and
BROTHERS IN LEGAL FIGHT FOR IAND
' (Continued from Psge 1.)
in aerrn ot me neirs was a mort.
gnge. it. however.-wss la tbe form
of a deed. He declared that be wa
the owner of the property and not
jonn w. Ileall.
John W. Beall filed an answer da
nylng the allegations of hla tirnth.
snd declaring that he Is th owner
oi tne property.
J.' E. Hedge, of (his city, and N. A,
reery, or rortland. represent Ihe de
fendants and Wilson a Neat rti Iar
Und. repreaent th plaintiff. John W.
i wan, wno is her, is a minister, and
uvea near tne Old home In l.--m.
land, the plaintiff and another broth.
er, Jaspsr Beall. of Ohio, also ar at-
enuing tne IHSL
Aunt Matilda' Journey.
The curious effect sometimes nr.
doced In telegrams by wsnt of puno
tusuon or toe omission of a single
word." ssys a reader, "csnnot fall .to
hsv struck every on. bad s fe
msle relative living In tbe north from
whom I bad 'exnertatinna' ai.. t.-
been ailing for some week, when one
morning came a telegram asking my
wife tn go at one sa she my aunt
was mnrb worse an accordingly
"During the evening of th follow
Ing day I received thin disconcerting
"'Aont Mstllds went to
130 returninif by 11 M
momlnr, New Tntk Mali
Pstr.le one tdvertlscrs.
Uvee) trees I A. faj. te f S
Wants. For Sale, Ett
I a aer. l wsea at mmt SMik
law I 4w
kse mm mmmm Mnal wtlk laa kar, Ba
VVANTE1V Tourists and local ptosis
to see my collect Ua of arm kaMU
coins, India trmkala. tie. sua
and carlo of aorta Will et)
or sell la IhU nue Hate curie seel
bargains la se (Hid hand furaUf
and tools. Oeorgo YounC htaia R.
WOMAN WANTS WORK BT Till
DATMRS. OUJB HILL. tU ftfti
WANTEO-lloys and girl. Her
Is your chance youngsters ts
make your 'chrlatmaa money
faay. The Morning Eater
prise will pay you a big coav
mlseloa for Vlnlgng ta trial
subscriptions. If yt east
to know more about It call sr
writ to th Circulailoa Mas
sger of tbe Morning Enter
prise, Oregon City, and tears
all about what you will hart
lo do. The more you tars la
the more you will make sad
you caa make a M If yoa
WANTED Room ellb Dlaeo tot
studio purposes only. Dues toe
residence preferred. State to
terms per month. Address P. 0.
X)R BALE Lagnrh. 23 feet Mt
rapacity 14 paaaengers. First tlsaa
Inquire l)r. Stuart, city.
FOR SALE One Jersey bull 4 rrt
old; registered partite Jersey Oak
If. Babler Oregon City. Or. Rocw
FOR BA1JC Two nice level lots, si
OreenpolnL cheap. Inquire Ester
CONCORD grapes, I cents s son.
Bring your basket H. 0. w
weather, Rlsley Station.
FOR HALE Sti-room bouse an 4 l
lots on Washington street: tl
cash. Call 611 Fourth street
I hooe Mala 24C3.
rAkML0AKS-Dlmfck" a" U
Lawyer. Oregon City, Or.
O. D. MMT. Attoraer-et-U. M0f
leased, abetraots ftirolahsd. I
title tmtad. tt settled, P
IT REN A BCnUVBEU AttorscyMl
Law, Dentacfear Advokat, will srs
ttaa la all courta. soak coUeou"
prla Bldg-, Or ace Cltv. Oreiea
HABJIT JONT38 Bnflder and neaarel
Ooatraetor. Bctlmatee "'
advem aa all elasses of bsll4l I
wwrk. awm waita an relafi
:. Haa. Phoa Maui u-
. H. COOPER. Fo Firs ",r,TI
aad ImI Rststs Lat ns "'' I
mmt' - tiSV. Pt
Offlna la aa-F--
Mai, Oregoa City. Oreaos
DR. LENA R. HOD0E8, OsUop' fjl
Mondaya. Wednesdays and TrWl
of each week, at corner of Slxtl i "l
- -rf I
CLIANINQ ANO PStiSIN
ma m. . . . Ann 1 1 mans
order from 110 and UD. W si"" -i
cleanlne nrsaalna snd rCT"
Three doors south of postoffce.
I, AU1A 8A0ER, lescher of wln1 j
string Instruments, director
snd orrhestrs. WIU furnlal i rnwj
for any occasion. C l tti"
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