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About Morning enterprise. (Oregon City, Or.) 1911-1933 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 12, 1911)
MOKNINO ENTERPRISE, SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 12, 1911.
VERY STORMY WEATHER
But we can prepara you for It from our Urge stock of
RAIN PROOF wearing apparel. We have Just what
you need to keep dry and comfortable. Our big stock
of Rain Proof Slip-ons, Robbers, Umbrellas, Slicker
Coats and Pants and Aquapelle Clothing will-ward
off all cold, and sickness. We wish to call SPECIAL
ATTENTION to our winter high top shoes for men
and boyi, over 40 styles and heights to chooae from,
made by the most reliable high top Shoe Specialists In
the world. Wc have Exclusive Agency fortheNap-a.
Tan, Origtnal Chtpava, Pacliic Logger, Dayton,
Rick a Log and others. Wc can fit you. It will be a
pleasure to have you call in and look them over.
I 10 REWARD
for tb rrsl an conviction
. ot person OT Pru, who
onla fully remov oople of Tb
jZornlng EnUrprU from lb
a premise of ubecrlbr. aft.r
ppr bu bMi pieced tber by
Km HI MaeKlne.
Magistrate (to rbauffeurvWby did it
yea eiow up when jrua bed run over
, 'Wbi fof r
1o ae If be wm hurt . ,
'"I kuvv he w
Vi Peterson, of Carol, waa In thla
Mai llras, of leaver Creek-fwaa
I tha rlty Saturday.
I'rsnk Husrh., Jr. loft Saturday for
The lulit, on btihiti,-.
Raymond Ouenth.r, of ShubeL visited
rtlatlvra In Oregon City Baturday.
lira. Hetmaa and too, llenry, of
babel, war In tbla city Saturday.
Mr. and Mr. Hanry Plepka, of UUa
city, are vlaltlng relatives at Kldora
da You tan get tbo fin eat bama and
bacon at llarrta' grocery.
Herman Fisher and family snad a
binlnr.. trip to Oregon City, Satur
day. Mr. William Stewart aal alac.
Floy, of Carua, were Id tbla city Bat
P. Itohlender, of Beaver Creek, wm
among the Oregon City bualneaa vial
MUa Margaret Holland, of Port
Iwd. in vlaltlng Mist Kula Schuebel,
of lil city.
Ilarrv ( iilhenaoil of Shubel, waa
In tint rltv Sntvrdny, and will apend
B'lnday with fricttda.
Mr t. ita Uourge llanklna will
tnteriain the ''Nefcly Weda" at tbetr
borne Monday evening.
Tlie Ori-gon City W. C T. V. will
"t at the Ilaptlat church Wednea
day afternoon at 1:30 o'clock.
MIm i:ile Schoenborn. of Eldora
do. Ik In thla city vlaltlng ber par
Mr. nd Mra. Richard Bt-hoen-
Minn Marlon Money, who la a atu
'nt or the Paclflo Unlveralty at
rrnm drove, la vlaltlng frlenda In
Ymi get the loweat price and a re
bate check on all caab purchaaea at
MrH."Ambroae Itolley. of rorlland.
In thla cltv vlaltlnar Mra. C. D.
llonrotte, and will remain ber for
J. J. Dx. on of th prominent rel
I'nt of Canby. waa In thla city on
bualneaa Saturday, returning on, th
nlng train. .
0 YOU KNOW that th Enlerprl
ar-end riargatn period la now onT
8e aj on back pag for particular.
Hlrhard 8choenborn. of thl city,
"rompanled by hla on. Harry, of
tl'lorndo, went to Portland on bual
Gw-rge Ink ley of KoptL Wah
In this city Sslnraay on hi way
1" Canby, a Ler he will ramaln for
days tailing frlnds. Mr. Hlnk
'y formerly rlltd In Canby.
" you are not reading th Morning
Interims, why notT Year-end Bar-
'n Period la now on. Be d on
Mrs. Qeorg Aaken, of Prlnc Ru
P'. B. c, arrived In thla city flat
"rday morning. whr ah will apnd
,n wlntr with her parent, Mr. and
Mr- H. J. Digger, of OreenpolnL
, Mrs. Oeorg Warroti. ne Torn.'
'"nner.v of thla cltv. but now of
Portland, and baby, who hav been
n Oregon City, gueal of Mr. and
Mrt. irrh lir... nf Willamette, will
v for their horn today, acoom
Vnloii bv Mr. Warren, who apnt
Suspension Bridge Corner
SOS Selling SI do-. Prtl.nd.
Ptten. Main 1111.
Horticulture Hre Inaurancf Company,
and whose beadquartera are at Sa
lem, waa In thla city Saturday In the
Internet of the company, reglaterlng
at the Rlectiic Hotel.
New ml ore meat and Jeaey rran
berrlea, Juat In at Harrla' grocery..
Athlon and Joe Oerber were ac
companied Saturday evening by Mlaa
Mable KranrU, of thla city, to Inde
pendence, where they are vlaltlng Mr.
and Mra. John Gerber, former real
doata of Oregon City.
If you are not reading Ihe Morning
Enterprise, why not? Year-end Bar
gain Period la now on. See ad on
Charlea T. Wllaon, eon of Mr. and
Mra. R. D. Wllaon, of thla city," la now
a member of tbe "Olrl of the Golden
West" company, which will apixar
at Salem November .11. It la probable
thai the company will appear In Port
land Nn. Mra. Wllaon will leave
Monday for Albany, where aba will
visit with her son, while tbe company
la ahowlng at that place, and alao at
OH DAIRYMEN TO
MEET III POMD
Cheeaemakers and dairymen of Ore
on are nrenarlng for a big gathering
In Portland on th occasion of tb
annual Joint convention of th Oregon
Butter and Cheeaemakers' Aoclatlon
and th Oregon Dairymen' Aaaocla
tlon. which will b held December
I to I. "
A llt of tbe premiums being offer
ed for ethlblts of creamery butter,
dairy butter and American cheese has
been printed and Issued. The prin
cipal prliee. most of which are of
fered by manufacturing and business
concerns, are the following:
Sweepstakes 1250 allver cup. to re
main In possession of Oregon Buttei
and Cheece Makers' Aoclatlon until
won three time by Individual maker;
100 allver cup, to remain In posses
sion of Oregon Butter and Cheese
Mskers' Asiwvlatlon until won twice
by Individual maker. Nam of eaen
winner to be engraved upon cup; 2
silver cup, to be awarded to the com
petitor making highest average acor
In three consecutive contests.
Highest Bcorlng Creamery Huteer
110 gold watch; second highest scor
ing creamery butter.. 125 sliver cup;
third highest scoring creamery butter,
I Hpeclal-To the six highest acorlng
F 1 . a a a t,ti lull faaF
entries or creamery duit v, ...
makers In attendance at the conven
tion there will be awarded cream aep
aratora offered aa follows:
No. II D Uval aeparator B00
p?nd Elgin separator. No. I D Bm
.lr separator. 400 pound n",""n:
, separator. No. S Sharpies Tubular
enarstor. No. 17 U. 8. sepsrator.
Highest coring dslry butter (no
leas than 4 pound In plain wrappers!
IlnVglatered Jersey bull ralf. valued
'VJrSd highest acorlng M;
tcr600 pound Reld cream aepsrator,
m hlgh..t coring dairy 'butter
-so pond mu "'7.,;. ..
" ... i . . I 1 a.ii
Fourth h gnest icwi i.
ter-Choloe of two bottle Babcoch
teiier or Champion. Jr.. cream cooler,
VrtM.ver.g. .cor-$20 In gold;
ond bt POM' 110 10
Earty Marriage In China. '
t. Vrfhinc rare In China for boy
twelve to fourteen years old to marry.
Tb, uyslcl. moral and . Intellectual
development of the contracting rr
Sea ha noth.nn to do with the mat
.r Other consideration entirely reg
l.t. the affair. An old Cb'nes. apho
h.m say lbt th. great lu1nea of
life Is ended when the son and dangn
Sr. gr m.rrled. Tb Chines Pr
ent. do not rgr. to run tb. r o
p,HHponlng th. marriage of lulr fhll
dren. eHK llly of tb'lr n. nntll aft
er tbelr own deh.
At the Portland Theatres
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.LAST CAR LEAVES FOR 0REOOI CITY AT MLDHIOHT
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I THE COMEDY
DRAMA, "ALIAS JIMMY
I - Lieoler Company prsaant H. S. Warner In Ih, cemtdy dnmi.
"Alias Jimmy Valentine" at The HelHfl Theatre, Seventh and Taylor
1 streets, for four night, baginnlng Sunday, November 12, with a special
, price matlnaa Wadnaaday.
The -moat talked about dramatic
production that the United Bute
haa had In yeara start at tbe Helllg
Theatre. Seventh and. Taylor atreeta,
for four nights and a Wednesday
matinee performance, Sunday eve
ning, November It. The attraction
Is H. a Warner In "Allaa Jimmy Val
entine" under the direction of Ueb
ler a Company. Tbe production la
noteworthy from every viewpoint
Mr. Warner and the play enjoyed a
two yeara' run In New York, eight
een month In Chicago, played two
weeks In Ban Francisco to almost
140,000, and--gave the only perform
ance ever permitted within the walls
of Ban Quentln, and the only one ever
allowed In any state's prison In the
It Is not once In a dosen yeara that
Portland la fortunate enough to get
an original New York production In
Its entirety, with the atar and sup
porting cast which first made It
famoua. Yet Uebler aV Company are
doing thla precisely with Mr. Warner
and "Alias Jimmy Valentine." It la
the most splendid all-round oragnlta-
AT BAKER THEATRE.
Starting Sunday matinee. Novem
ber 11. "Tbe Tlhrd Degree." Charlea
Kleln'a famous play of police meth
ods, will be given si thla theatre.
"The Third Degree process of ex
torting confessions datee back to long
before the Chrlatlan era. Vaa prac
EASY jls A Sore Guide J-4 Doxm
TERMS J jm&JT 1 X
IN SIX .
- PROPERTY .WITHOUT
VALENTINE" AT HEILIQ
tlon which thla firm of managers
have yet sent weet of Chicago. And
be It remembered that Portland la
Indebted to Uebler ft Company for
such superb dramatic offerings aa
Gertrude Elliott In "The Dawn of a
Tomorrow." Duatln Farnum In "The
Squaw Man and Camo Kirby," Vi
ola Allen In "The White Sister." Wal
krWhlteslde, Margaret Anglln. Olga
Nethersole, Mrs. Pat Campbell and
a dosen other notable stars and dra
mas. "Allaa - Jimmy Valentine" la a
dramatization by Panl Armstrong of
O. Henry's famoua abort atory
"A Retrieved Reformation." It la a
huge, big human atory of a crook
who reforma through the love of a
good girl. Armstrong's other story
of the ahady aide of life "The Un
derworld" waa recently seen here at
the Orpheum. His "Deep Purple"
comes later In the season.
Seats for Mr. Warner and "Allaa
Jimmy Valentine" will go on aale
Friday morning, November 10, at the
Heilig. -and free very Indication,
tbe attendance will be enormoua.
ticed during the Caeaar regime. It
waa Inatltuted In 8pain by Ferdinand
and Isabella when Columbua waa
promoting hU first voyage, and since
then haa been used by the police de
partments ot every large city In the
world. Thla attack by Charlea Klein
la tbe first blow ever struck at the
THERE IS A FLOUR MILL AT MULINO NOW
THERE IS A LUMBER MILL AT MULINO NOW
THERE IS A SHINGLE MILL AT MULINO NOW
A RAILROAD TO MULINO IN SIX MONTHS
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Increase In population means increase in land values
Your money will work night and day If Invested )T T.1ULIHO
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process and the recent ruling of the
Supreme Court of tbe United States
fully damonatrmtea - tbe convincing
power of tbe remarkable drama, "The
Third Degree." Since this play waa
launched a MU over a year ago,
sweating and abusing of prisoners
baa been restricted la several
state- Chief of Police Kob
ler, of Cleveland, after wltneae
Ing a performance at the Euclid Ave
nue Theatre la that city, announced
that no more prisoners would be
questioned until counsel had been ap
pointed. . "The Third Degree" with
a atrong company. Including Frank
lyn Gale Minnie RadCllffe. Cbarlea
Uurnham, Nell Ilarrett. Harry fore
man, Kenneth Stuart, Wesley Todd
and others, will be the attraction at
the Ilaker all this week, starting with
the usual matinee ' Sunday, and aa
tbla la the first time It has ever been
seen here at popular prices, should
prove one of the season's greatest
successes. Seals are now selling.
MISS GLADYS CADWELL
With Sheehan Opera Company at
Helllg Theatre, Nov. 16, 17 and 1S.
Joseph F. Sheehan (America' great
est tenor) an his splendid support
ing company, will present "The Tales
of Hoffmann," at the Helllg Theatre,
Seventh and Taylor street, Thursday,
Frldsy nights, November 1 and
17 and at special price matinee Sat
urday, Nov. 18- Saturday night,
Verdi'a masterpiece, "II Trovators,"
will be the bill.
"THE LOVE TALES OF HOFFMAN"
Joseph F. 8heehan at thai bead of
the Sheehan Engllah Grand Opert
Company comprialng many of. the
foremoat artlata In the Engllah sing
ing operatic atage will be beard at
tbe Helllg Theatre- for four perform
ances, beginning Thursday evening.
November 1. In the world's famous
opera comlque, "The Love Tales of
Hoffman." Not only In New York
and Chicago and other cities in this
country, but la IMidon. Paris. Ber
II n. and other music centres In Eu
ro De thla delightful composition la
the reigning sensation.
The love Tales of Hoffman" la
entirely different from any other
r 'jj ,
Certain unscrupulous persons are txypz
to use the good reputation of the
to their advantage by closely imitating our
name. "Imitation is the sincerest form
of flattery. The genuine CARUS
DAIRY is still at the old Grand Union
Store at the top of the steps.
Pay all bills due
Cai?ts "D&ky .
to Lloyd Evans, Proprietor, onty.
opers. In the realm of music. Not ,
ouly are ita melodies of the moet de
lightful and, tuneful character, but Its
entire conception la nlque and la
tereaUnc,: The famona Barcarole"
which opena the beautiful third act la
one of tbe real gema or contempor
ary music. The opera opens with a
short prologue showing a wine cellar
In Munich. Hoffman dissipated
young poet. Is Induced to tell for tbe
amusement of his fellow revellers
the atory of hie three love affair.
The following three acts show the
enactment of his story each act de
picting on of his love affairs. la the
first act he falls la love with a won
derful mechanical doll which through
the medium of a pair of marie
glaaaee he believes to be alive. The
role of thla doll as played by
Miss Gladya Caldwell la ooe of the
moet delightful piece of characterisa
tion ever aeea la the operatic atage.
It I safe to aay that before the Shee
han Opera Company' engagement la
over, half of Portland will be ham
ming and whistling the famous Car-
corole. Thla Is Mr. Sheebaa' first
tour to the Part Be Coast since he
waa here with "Madam Butterfly"
five year ago, aad all who remember
hla wonderful vole will not mis tas
opportunity of one more hearing
hearing America' favorite teaor.
Sine beginning his tovr. Mr. Shee
han haa received lnaumerabte re
quests from his many admirer oac
more to let them hear him la hla
more to let them hear blm la hla great
role of "Manrico" and la reepons to
these requests tbe famous tenor will
give during hi Portland engagement
one performance of Verdi' II Trova-
tor on Saturday night
1 Special price will prevail for the
4 NlgM kefMlg SUNDAY, Me, t!
Speclsl Prte Matin
la the Comedy Draaaa Saccee
ALIAS JIMMY VALENTINE.'
Excellent Cast Magautreat Praia
L ltler aV Campeey. Mane gar.
Eveaiaga: II. f 1 8. 11. Tie aad Me. ,
Wedaeeday Matinee: fl.M, ft, tU
lOc. 36c aad 2c
Seats issvk lla
AT MEILIO THEATSE
S Nights begiaalag Tharaday. He. 1
Special prk MaUaaa .Sataa-way
America's Greatest Taaar)
Splendid Company A agm eat ad Or
chestra. Thursday aad Friday sights aad Sat
- onlay matte.
-THE TALES OF HOFFMANN"
.. Verdi's ataatsr,
Evenings: It 11 M. 11. 7 aad IS.
Saturday Ma Usee: l M, 1. Tie aad
Seat Sale apeaa Taeaday, Net. II at
1 a. av.
Ceejiina te Heliig Tlaeatr
it. m. n d n.
' Va. A. Brady pro eatsasF
Wrlttea by Jale ftVkaart OacWIaaaa
(A PorUaad Boy, with
Katie Pataam as "Mother" tosnsther
- with a porthar girt la the
e St, M assd SS.
WE WILL SHOW YOU THIS
fturdny $ th Roaa bom.
' .tUteUffa. representing Ui
Patroeia our auffU rL