' -J MOlvNINO ENTERPRISE, SUNDAY: I'lV? ' i, i9ii. -T .f.X . ritl CBa Maa aa Ntala - at fx; sV A. Ileyworta HU lt4ir triMMl 1 a. at.: It B. Cm, MrulM4M( : rtaitea far all Be; (Brtatlaa K4rm t:M a. aa.; Uwii DO. a4r. eabjact. ""Tsa Cam Afaiast Ike oa. At It a. aa. taa asrrtc 1U be devoted ' the eae tf nrWM aaaratloe. TW McMiaartUa OeUece U.M UwW wlU alas. aad Ke. r. C ta4ara. BU NfnaNUUK l ewwa. aa eshare will iMtj At ' H l a, the aaatar wilt ar-aca. aaa)Mt. "The Paraaa a Toeay: TW Tyreaay of Kaam." AH art tevtta. fiaraaaa iMkTM Cfcwraa (Ofcto eras . II. Maa. paeanc, Sr three will a kM at l;84 a. an. Mahf schawl M a. am. The aeetar aoesa ae aa Bay child raa at arr school CeeneMe Purest Water aaa Taath etraata, a. A. HUleeeaaa aaatar. , n sisters ll Water; Lew ateaa a. b. wtt aeratea; Ills Maaa I. ie a. am.: efucaooa rrlee at ; Mm eery BMrnlag at 1 rtrat Ceaeeea I Clx-Dt-a im Mala etreete. Mom tag wor sate el actor. Kraala woe- shta t . .-. George N. Kdweraa. a aaa Wa etertee Bettor, will rra ataratag aa4 areata, rwat Oft ef Cfcrlet. . aelewttet. Nlata aaa CVatar stiteta Leeooa mm. it; eab)ct. -Morula aad liiarttli'; ftaaday acaoet Imaae Wtry aft the eeretoa; Wedaeeday aveaJag sntsUag at a. Oewea EvsaaaHeal -Coraar . Eighth a4 Mediae etreeta. Rev. P. Wlaveetcfc aaeuar. reeldtaoe Til Maaleew; waaeay Kaoai It a. ta, tiermaa Scaraaar, Moaroe street. eaawrtatestAoat; aaaralac eervtce It; Taaa raoala It I I. a. aa araacaUg at I a. aa.; armjr m tax Waaaaaaay at T:M a. av Qtaaataaa Cfcrmiaa Ear. A. H. Mal MT. aaatar: Btbto acaool at 1 1 at.; araacaiac at 11 aaa MnCaa , Vtr Ualaa (Coaarta tkMkai Ca4ar acaool I a. aa, Mra. J- H. Qaiaa, aapartauaaaat; BtMSfa4 avary Taaraaay aftar. Mataaaiat Cataaaaal Onirca Ra. K. r. riamanwaa. -aaator. Saaday acaool at :4L rraacaiac by tka aaator at !:!. rtrat TaytarUa Cawrch J. k. La4bectMKk. aalalator: Bandar araool at l a. bl, Mra. W. C raa. aaparlataadaat: BMrataf varaala. 11: aaDJort. -Wao Shall Baita taa Battlar T. P. C C K. :4&; topic, -Taa Caaa Acalnat tha Saiooa." U. t:11-; Kaat Wllaoa. aatf boar of aaeraa eong pracaa . taa aariea. All ara walootaa. rarkataca Caaoraotkw Ra. J. U Joaaa aaator. raaldaaca Clacaamaa; Chrtatlaa BadaaTor Thnraday ara alac 1:1. Baadar acbool 10. Emery rrvach aapartataadaat; praachlns aarrteaa aaeh Saadar. altaraatlnf baiwaaa 11 a. av aad T:l a. m.: at. Paafa awttant Epiacopal CWtkj C W. Roblaaoa. r actor: Holy aachaiiat. a. m.; rooming . prayar. boly aacbarlat and 11: aranln prayer ana aar- 7:W; Sunday achool 11. UaHad Sratkran Oornar Klgbth and Taylor, Kar. U T. Oarfca paator. raaldaaca, Portland; Snnday acbool Iff a. aw, Praak Parkar. Mapla Lana, aaparlBtandaat; rooming aarrice 11; T. P. 8. C. K. p. at-. aenlng aanlea T. WllUaaatta E."-No regular preach ing aarrteaa: Sunday acbool S p. aw, Mra. Raaaia, aapartntandant. Zlaa LKharan Corner Jefferaon and Eighth atraata. Rar. W. R. Kra bargar aaator.' raaldenca 720 Jeffer aoa; Sunday acbool t:30 a. m.. Bar. Krasbargar, aupartntandaat; mora -rag aerrica 10:30; arenlng 7:45; Uitbar Laagua 7 p. m. tM( OfMM Clt School Hou O Staau will preach at S o'clock. '. Sunday acbool ooaducted after aer moa COUNTY COURT (ConUnaad trom Taaterday.l Alfred Snider ... 40.00 'A. 1 Allan 44.00 t W. Kerr t H 00 Dob Allen ' 44.00 , Tom Allen 40.00 ; J. Pounds 4.00 J. T. PulUai 3.40 Frank Mattoon .75 .'-W. C. Palna 10.00 - J. H. Smith 22.00 DfatHct No. 14. Erernart and Hall A. R. Stephena Oregon City Machine Worka . . O. P. Olbba 1.60 I.2S .75 25.00 18.00 44.00 24.00 16.00 ; M. C- 8prague C. C. Gibba . . . W. Lewla C. Clark , . J. W. Una . . . . 16.00 . John Green 16.00 E. Linn . Wm. 8 prague 12.00 2.00 DletHct No. 15. W. Raln,y ."A. C. Warner L. Matoon W. R. Snook Dlatrict No. 17. . . Carlton and Roaenkrana Co. ':' Jaa Adklns Jaa. Adklna In. W. Owlnga (D. R. Dlmlck Dare Boyd vj. M. Jonea Iran Dlmlck, .; S. Latourette II. Molaen , Ed Repp -A. Tloa ,Wm. Tlca . , H. Plpkey ''Rob. Vorpahl C Kraft Prad Daoy , .$ 28.75 . 80.00 . 28.73 r, .22.00. . 2.30 . 28.19 . 29.21 7.E0 . 37.50 4.00 . 10.00 48.00 . 19.60 , 24.00 i 20.50 10.00 27.00 r 80.00 - 20.00 20.00 25.00 -. J. Robblna Frank Clnck "''A. M. Olaen A. W. RlKKi 4.O0 ; io.oo 00 . I.5Q . 79.50 Dlatrict No. II. Fred China II. 8Uebley J I. Engle-.. J. Pleratoff 1 13.00 12.00 (To ba continued.) WON AT FOOTBALL By CAXL SARCENT aiSC TyrtsM bf AaMrtraa Piaea "Taa ara taa yaaag. av aaar. ta taarry, by atvaral yaara. aad aa la Klly. arba gradaatod aary la at year aad la at the root at tha eeraaa Uaa taaaata." Tba ward vara apokea by Mra. Bai tar. vtfa af Major Baiter. Instructor t Waat ratal, la bar daagbtar. Aa atta. agwfr aaraataaa yaara aad eight aaontha aad aagagad ta Uaateaaat BUly Dolmaa af tba -th Ufa a try. - -Baaldaa,' eaatlaaad Mra. Baiter, arttb a taaalng aparkla la bar eye. "BlUy ai coaching tba footbaO team for tba aaaaal gam with tba askMlaa aad baa aU be raa do ta Bt tbea for tba atractia. Da baa aa tuna ta de vote ta preparaOoa foa Baatrtmoay." 1 vtah yea vara aot aa darotad ta ear boya rtnalng. akaanBa." aald tba aaghtar ' ."Aad I Hh Pllly ta bare hta ailad am bla coaching asrlaajTaiy." Tarbapa tf aa knew that you bad caaaaatad ta aar aiarrUga It would amake blm aa happy that be would pull tba boya through Ua think about yaar refuaal all tba time." "im laU yoa what 111 do." aald Mra. Baxter after eoaia thought "If Blllya taaaa wtna IU consent ta your wadding tba Btlnuta tba gaana la aTer." -May I aay that to hlur -Taa. yoa may. aad that tf ha toaaa yoa asaat wait a year." Aaaetta ruabed off to tbh teJepboae. called ap bar lorar and announced tha coodttloo. -Mother ta o mealed about our boya winning tba annual game thia year. aad that hae Inducad bar ta yield What feba baa yielded.- I aever dreamed tha aba would erer giro aa a chance. She baa pof-alnteoMy aald that I abouldnt aaarry before I am twenty." Billy waa ao excited arer tha nawa that be told hta rbunv who told hla other chum, aad Annette told her boaom fiiead. wba told bar other boaom friend, and the result waa that within a few daya every one knew -aa a great eerret" that If BUly Dot ma a brought tha army team up to aa efficiency that would enable them to beat the mlddlee-be waTf to win a wife. If aot he would ha to to wait a year. Baaidea the waiting there's many a allp twlxt tha cup and the Up. Then. Blare all the pout knew It. BUly told tha team, adding that hla cup of joy or misery waa la their bands. II the world kTes a lorer. and tba spirit the announcement infused Into tha team waa something remarkable. Every man went into more steady training tbau before, and not a man ahlrked a moment of practice when tba team waa being coached. BUly worked with them Ilka a Titan. In deed, ao hard did he make It for tbem that every man who waa not physical ly ap to hla work got out and gare place to a better. The result waa that erbea the last few days before tha game came round BUly waa con- arloua of having aa good a team as could be turned out of the material at hla disposal. Aanette one afternoon daring tbr training went out to view the prsrtw game, but her appearance was ranrknl by a cheer, which brought the biuxh of maidenly modesty to her rbeek. and abe did not venture on the field again Then came the day of the flirtw. which that year took place at Went Point. The president of tbe United Btatea. the chief of the general staff and hosts of others In authority were spectators. The middles marched on to tbe ground headed by their band. while tbe cadets kept step to tbe strains of their own martial mnslc. Annette, conscious. that she. being the prise of tbe day. would attract .on bounded attention, refused to be prea ant. but tbe captain of the army team aent word to her that If she did not come to cheer his boys be won Id not answer for tbe consequences. This brought ber to terms, and when Lieu tenant Dolman escorted ber to ber seat she was received by a bnxz from tbe army team and tbe waving of handkerchiefs from the spectators in the first half the middles made one touchdown, distinguishing them aelvea by brilliant play. Tbe army men ahowed aa much vigor and de termination at the end of the half aa at tba beginning. In tbe aecond half that esprit born of tbe feeling tbat the fate of a pair of lovers depended an their efforts began to tell on tbe army men. while tbe elan of tba earlier part of the game ahown by tbe mid dles began to give way. Billy Dolman kept himself constantly before tbelr notice. And from ber seat Annette Baxter waved to tbem. When lime waa called for tbe game to close tbe score stood 12 to 4 In favor of the army The army team before leaving tbe field went In a body to where Annette had been sitting to cheer ber. but tbe bird had flown. Headed by Lleuten ant Dolman, tbey went to Major Bax ter'a quarters and demanded tbe girl When It was found tbat tbey were not to be put off Mra. Baxter an nounced that aha waa ready to keep ber agreement and tbat the wedding ahould taka place ttiat evening. And so It waa tbat In tbe presence of the team, to whom leave waa given ta attend. WUllam Dolman and An nette Baxter were married. There was considerable stir about Major. Bax ter's quarters during the evening by those who couldn't get inside, and aft' er tbe ceremony tba bride and groom, responding to calls, went patalde and received hearty dheera from all who wera Interested in tba game that bad been won. eipprepriate. , l "8ba dyad her raven hnlr. "Possibly to go with her crow's feet." -Baltimore American : .WISHES AND ACTIONS Anybody can wiiJ to live weJL - Almost everybody does.-. Even a criminal at timet deairea goodneaa, tlnit ha doca not carry the wish into Vet, and that m why he remain a JouninaL It it not t few faint with' y ft, but a lifelong struggle that make ; tit valiant. . . . . t - ','"' After ten ontiiaffi tfc BIG LITTLE acckamas Gmnty Daily is fead In mof c tiian a thotjc and Clackamas Cotmty homes cyqty day. Help To Make It 3000 .During Bargain Period, which ends December 31, 1911, Morning Enterprise can be secured an Entire year BY MAIL FOR $2.00. DELIVERED BY CARRIER in Oregon City, Gladstone, Parkplace, Willamette, etc., Bargain Period Price for an entire year will be only S3.00 Two From You Will Help To Make It 3000 8 8 8 8 cccocococococococcoococococcoocccocococooocccocco PAHSY OSWALD ulVtr, PARTY BY PAROUS Among ha preaent aoclal affair of tha week waa tha urpriaa party tend' ered Pancy Oswald at tha home ot ber parent. Mr. and Mra. V. U Oswald, at Gladstone, Priday areninc;, when tha . jmbera or too Wllllna; workera and of Oideon'a Band, two claatea of the Christian church of Gladstone, and a few frienda, wera tha fueata. Tha evening waa apent In games, and In tha original versa of poetry con test Delbert Conway won first prize, while Hazel Mulkey won second. Re freshments were served. Present were Panay Oawald, Gladys Wyman, Hazel Mulkey. Mable Case, Muriel David, Evelyn Gay, Grace Wilson, Neva Peters. Mable 8 laden, Francis Croat, Anna Mulkey, Helen Palnton, Anna Gardner. Rath Oawald, Percy Wilton, Delbert Con way. Kenneth Hendricks, Theodore Lewis, Bertrand Blount, High Olds, Leonard . Williams, , Mona Betters, Mead Oawald, Mlas Mlna Mulkey, Charles Slavers. Mr. and Mrs. Prank Oswald, Mrs. Martha Oswald arfd Mrs. Grant Olds. ' " ' A Peeslmletle Benedict . AS they talked aver tbe three years Of their married Ufa.' which , bad Its npa anddowns, she said in ber philo sophic! wsy. "What a change a man can make In a woman a lifer "Tea." be assented shnrply. nt I've oWrved that ' she 'eotK more thnn cluin-re on! of It. ITsnsMy s'lefukes I lie whale mil "rhltm?e-i hlit Tlxes. Read the Morning Bcterprlae r v jf f , ' -if a . i.rc-ver;) - .-Mil : ( , " r ' '"' ' ' "" ' ' This is 2000 short of the mark set by the Publisher for the first year, so in order to interest that many new Sub scribers in Morning Enterprise, November and December will be a bargain period for subscribers. YOU CAN HELP. Tell two of your neighbors about this offer, induce them to subscribe and get your own re newal for next year at the same reduced rate; Are you onP Then boost for Morning Enterprise, the only paper publish ing four pages of LIVE CLACKAMAS COUNTY NEWS EVERY DAY IN THE YEAR BUT MONDAYS. Hotel Arrivals. The following ara registered at tha Electric Hotel: H. C. Spaulding, William Foster, Otner Cause, Ralph Otis, Vergil Fen dal. Thomas Hlggns, R. O. Moore, Roy Slater, Wilbur Jensen, Prank Miller, Arthur Stretch. Harold Weaver, W. P. Brown. Basil Goodrich. Jesse Cum mins, Lee Betsett, Newberg High School football team; Peter Hair neakl, George Gregory, Molalla; R. DeNeln, Stafford r Ben Greenwood, E. W. . Poster, Portland; 8Uas Wright, Liberal; Charles Freeman, Mullno; O. A, ,Marquam, J. P. Dlx. SchubeL If you are not reading the Morning Enterprise, why not? Year-end Bar gain Period Is now on. Sea ad on back page. ' , REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS. William M. Wheelef to George Spencer lot l of block'- IS Shaw's Addition to Oregon CM J, 1100. Annie M. and Alfred Hinman, to Frederick Stahlneckef, 40 acres of D. L. C. of Joseph O. Ueer and wife, $4,000. ' , - '-A . - Homer B. and " Bertha ' Ballon to l unlce Ballon. 6 1-2 acres of Clack, mas county; 1. r ". .. " I. L. Clark and 8. A. Clark to W. I. Clark, 80 acres of section 2B, town. Khlp 4 south, range S east; $1. George W. Larkins to Rath '' & Ramsey, 1 acre of Ezra Fisher D. U C. township 3 south, range 2 east; $1.00. .... Henry and Martha Hartfteld " to John A. Miller, lots 14 and 16, Mult nomah acres; $4,000. DO YOU KNOW that tha Enterprlae rear-eni Bargain Period Is now, on See ad On back page for particulars. ' SHIVELY't OPERA HOUSE.' ' BBwaaMaassasBsi Ettay an j Scantry Two Nlghtt, Na vamber 20 and 21 at S p. m.. The E89AY which is to be READi.tl ' i , I r On Shlvely't opera houte November 20 21. takes In a whole world's dwH A tlon as to a world's main difference w obiiiiiii. Kive an tne differences In a world for the want of time so the ESSAY tan ba read In one evening, but will glvo the. principal differences. Differences are a BUN, MOON, 8TAR8 and EAHTH. as main differences, the rest are all at odds and anything that looks different Is clatted as differ ences. -Wa thow tha way that a world com menced to form In the beginning f any the way It divided and went to differences holding substances unto Its flnlnh, or the end of a world's pro. ceedln. We put out the way that heat and gas started In a world, the fatult of heat and gas, the courses K tba way the world makea Its. wiiurs,, he Wkr tha watara dtvld'! the fourse they take. The way i puliation marts to grow, the dlf alaaaad to some extent, the way hi xseds ara germed by a world, tha they divide growing two ways whll circle motion holds control. We uur.! a run rare motion, and give tha dlEei ncts for It, we figure that a moot, ik nothing but motion, and give Its s ibtaucst. , , W-. ngnre gas as a renderer, we flgB'" ivslly all stars, and the way a wi'tid makes Its winds, and give the reat ms (or winds starting up to blow and the substance therein, and how wlnn. are shifted, and why winds caw (o blow, and why winds will com una- to Wow fr0m soma quarter of . x-nfld more than others, we figure a n.!rtlve STORM to a Inlth, and es tiro ui a positive storm. Ve pot ont the course of a SUN M MOON circle, we nut o, ,h omime of KCLIPSES of the sun and mo n we put out a COMET or a MB TTOR,' We nut out no.niv. .7 " jtWa eourse and the results. We fir tnree globes and tha r..n wae extent. We ettimate a man's tfrne on fhe earth and give the rets OBH thut h leaves his body. W fol- low water on the earth and tha war It handles the lands, wa put out all the reasons for tide waters, tha way the world works to put them Into ao. tlon-and the RAINBOW, differences. W reckon a Volcano from tha ba- i'.15Iln.? lo "n.end' nd mot'"t ceasing with tbe explosion, w put out the Zli i'i.Jr0PW m8k ,U COALS, and why they come soft and hard COALS. DIAMONDS, we put out how a world W- S III ?llJL fnd ,U IN-OLA8S. arla hw Bh,tt" tOT all Mln- fn Mi:r.dt.Wh lher tr differences In Mlnsrals. We give the reasons for NOT EXPENSIVE Treatment at Hot Lake, Including medical attention, board w- ba ha, costs n0. mora than you would pay to live at any flnt hotel. Rooms can ba had from 75 cants to $8.80 per day. n the cafeteria are served from 80 cenU up and In the irlH ' usual grill prie,,. th rang from 60 cents to $1.00. Do Ctifc Rhcvm&ti stn ' ' ' itl. tit- Mineral BtM ' V .r . . HOT LAKE SANATORIUM WALTER li. PICRCC. Prcs.-f?;r. This Is The Way Ve Will Make It 3000 A moon coming later each avenlog Wa have figured whole world. taka In a little of ZOOLOOT. ui tend soma toward a human Rae. ' tha whole world Is always In moth and five many other dlirartM- The. ESSAY contltt of fifty tcap sheets In print, and awns 8U DRY. The ESSAY has J ? ands of dollars and hard 8TUDT. "J UDl HUBS Ik It immwm " . v.i v ,. KS 8 AT. ADMISSION 60c ChlWrto and fifteen, 86c. Do not resume the ES8AT you have heard It ALL ROAD. . and mud given under td tlflo direction have c'fw thouaands. Writ trated booklet detcriptlvi i ot Hot Lake Sanstorluni n the methods employed. Lake sanatorium It o- slble, as It U looated dirtcr ly on the main line of J O.-W. R. N. nn special excursion ratet t . - v.j .ti tlmst. " agents.