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CITY OFFICIAL NEWSPAPER.
THE MORNING ENTERPRISE
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DAMAGE ,T0 CROPS.
It Is wltk not nnJuatlflabM) pride
,.Ukat Secretary of Asrlcvltnre Wilson
directs attention to the tact that erery
Imporatat aieteorologteal change that
occrjred ia the Uulted States dnrinx
the year as (orcasted by the weath
er bureau long ta adraoce. Storm
warnloc to lake, seaeoast, and West
Lad las stations and forst warnings for
the sugar, tracking, tobacco, fruit and
cranberry regions were Issued when
ever conditions required. ,
The bureau gaTe particular atten
tion to the hurricanes of September
and October, 1910. and shipping lnt
1 erects expesaed great gratitude. Val
uable crops were saved by the warn
ings of the spproJi of. cold waves
- and large sums of money saved to the
..gTvnjers. , These warnings also- pre
- eate4 injury to many shipments of
pertshabre goods snd to farm stock.
'There wa a large deficiency in the
precipitation over a considerable por
tion ft the country and hence there
- was sn absence of great floods, ex
cept In California, where, during Feb
ruary' and Marc & heavy winter snows
and rains combined to catse floods,
with damage estimated at fl.75,000.
The smaller tributaries ef the Ohio
river were Jn flood In July and Octob
- and caused damage' 4 crops ni
other 'Interests of $5,500,00.
. The Hatfield McCoy feadista in
West Virginia resched a peace agree-1
rnent without the aid or intervention j
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An Honest Million Possible
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i Man Who
1 ' ' Makes
i ? That Sum
j r Courage
Br LESLIE M. HAW. Formr Secretary of the Treasury
HMAN CAN MAKE 140000 AND MAKE IT HONESTLY IF
HE HAS COURAGE AND APTITUDE.
.', .. Those wbo try to make $1,000,000 DISHONESTLY
and FAIL think that nobody can-make it HONESTLY.
There are those, you know, who have said that it is IMPOS
SIBLE to do vuch a thing honestly.
Ai far as. I bare seen in my time no man has served his
country faithfully without receiving adequate reward, and that
reward usually ia MONEY. Once in awhile there ia a monu
ment, but not often. ,
BASEBALL is absorbing more interest among the boys of
the country than is BUSINESS. ,.
of The Hague tribunal
The country Is all right but we
e ut appreciate the fact because of
the noise made by the demogagues.
No disappointment was born of I he
announcement that Inaanliy will be
the defense of the Rev. Rlcheson.
The Holy Ghost and l's society has
given up the ghost.
A Harvard professor ssys: -syncopation
in harmoutsatton ' has no tm
moral connotation" That U lo y
and la other word players of rf
time In Uerman band are not nec
essarily musical malefactors.
Trial marriages pave the sy for
"Tncle Sam Is keeping s hrp
uh or the l?ly of ht ciu. in
AUSKY ACCUSED OF
TRYING TO TRAP WIFE
PORTLAND, Nov. IS. (SpeclsL
Supplied with affidavits snd other
testimony taken before a referee with
which he expects to win both the di
vorce and alienation cases of Mrs.
Cleta Pearl Alleky sgainst her hus
band. Charles W, and his mother
nd fsther. S. T. Jeffreys, hss return
ed from San Francisco. Mrs. Alisky
will come to Portland In a few weeks
to sppear In her own behalf when the
case la failed atJUregon v.iiy
Th- I ulk of the testimony obtained
by the attorney Is intended to prove
the si leered attempt of Alisky to trap
his wife and smooth the way for his
dimm nrorodint. Attorney Jeff
reys declares that while In Ban Frsn-
cisco he obtained a complete conr
t.on of tae alleged action from B. C
Parker. who ssys he- wss employed
The confession alleges thst when
Mm aiiak ralUd at the office of her
husband's attorney she-jtas met by
a woman named scnmiarwno iure
tir to a notorious cafe upon the prgm-
lae of getting Mrs. Alisky to sign en
gagements with a prominent., society
club la 8aa Francisco. While at the
cafe Parker and another man appear
ed and the trio attempted to place
Mrs. Alisky In an emDarrsssing poai
inn It I rbarced. Alisky and a
witness were waiting outside snd
stepped Into tbe.csfe. denouncing his
wife to his companion,
it i masibU that Allskr win not
return to Oregon to appear against
Ss wife.. Overtures have been maae
. M attorneys. It Is alleged, to
have the case entirely heard upon
depositions. , Mrs. Alisky is living in
San Francisco with an aunt. Mrs. G 11-
WOODMEN READY EOR
BIG MINSTREL SHOW
Tbe minstrel show to be given st
the Sblvely opera house next Friday
evening, under the auspices of the
Woodmen of the World, promises to
be one of the most successful enter
tainments ever riven by home tslent.
Two of' Portland's leading soloists j
will assist. An orchestra composed i
of nine pieces, will furnish all of tbe
latest muic between acts snd for
tbe soloists snd choruses. Those
composing tbe orchestra will be,
piano. MIbs Nellie Swsfford; drum,
Itov Baxter; flute. Clsyton Stafford:
eornt, Charles Schoenbetnz; violin,
Profexsor Eager; clarionet. C. A.
Nah; trombone, B. T. McBain; violin,
Leon DeaLanes; cello, A. H. Raker.
From all indications standing room
will be si a premium, so if you haven't
i got your sests you hsd better "get
1 buav." Seats are on sale at Jones'
C. B. Wilson, who wss
st tbe minstrel show
MOKNINQ BNTEKPH1SK. SUNDAY. NOVEMBKIt 13. 1811. 1. I
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Thuio by American Preas Arsoclallnn
Tiltk twuied Iteel roiumus and girders ef the Los Angeles Times bo I Ki
lns will form su Ituportsnt etaiblt at the McNamarn trtaL They
have been taken to the outskirts of tbe city, where tbey may be In
spected by the members of the Jury. Though they nave been re
moved from the arene ef tbe eiploalon to permit tbe erection of tbe new
Time building. It la hoped that the Jury may still be able to decide, after
listening to the testimony of experts, whether tbe state ef these remslns
point to the fleatrorttou of lbs building by a gaa or a dynamite explosion.
The ruling of tbe court hss msde It possible for talesmen holding either theory
to sit In tbe Jury bos.
given Isst year, has been secured to
act in tbe same capacity Friday eve
ning. The committee In charge la
composed of M. D, Phillips. Harold
Safford, Arch Ross, C. a Wilson,
with - hV-T. Fields ss stage director
The entertainment will be far .better
than that of last year given under the
auspices of the Woodmen. The fol
lowing program will be given:
Opening Chorus. "Band. Band. Band.
Band Company Company
"Baby Rose" H. Confer
"liown by the Old Mill Stream"..
0.. B Tonkin
"To the Bad of the World With
you" Frank Alldredge
"Msndy Lee" Sextette
"Let Me Have , a Kiss Until To
morrow" ......... Harold Swafford
Selection ... Male Chorus
"The Vale of Dreams"
Mobile Bay" Arch Ross
My Hula. Hula"
Gilbert Land and Company
Clog Dancing V. VeLarie
Musical Trio. .Hsm and Egg Brothers
Whllstllng Duet. Swafford and Sheriff
Illuminated Club Swinging
ARE SOLD AT PROFIT
The lr.en wbo are making tbe most
money In the egg business today are
buying strictly fresh eggs from farm
ers under a special contrsct snd sell
ing "guaranteed eggs' direct to tbe
grocer says Hood's Dairyman. By
dodging tbe middleman and buying
only guaranteed eggs on a "loss-off
basis ibey csn pay more to the farm
er, while the consumer willingly pays
the top price for a guaranteed article.
It Is not an experiment but a wel
Iboupht-out plan now In successful op
eration and one that any creamery
can sdopt that Is not located too re
mote from a market.
Tbe owner of a creamery In North
ern Minnesota figured out tbat. Inas
much ss the fsrmers In thst locality
muat bring In their milk and cream to
the loctl creamery regularly or at fre
quent intervals, it would be a good
way to get eggs In fresh from the
farms. This cresmery, while privately
owned, was essentially co-operative In
tbat Its owner wss fsrslgbted enough
to see thst any increased prosperity
among his farmer customers muat
eventually be to his advantage. Bo he
outlined and laid before his customers
this plan. Any psfron, or for thst
matter, sny person who would sign
sn agreement to market fresh eggs
under his Instructions would receive
his orlces which would be more thsn
the merchant In the town paid, and In
raah. At the present time there are
about Rfi farmers wbo have signed
snd are selling under this agreement.
These are scsttered over a territory
of varying distances from the cream
ery, one msn driving fourteen miles to
take advantage of the cash prices
The agreement which all have sign
Is ax follows:
For the privilege of selling to the
cr-smerv snd getting a market estab
liHbed for guaranteed fresh eggs. I
tbe underslngned. hereby pledge my
self to comply In every way with the
I agree to deliver eggs at the cream
ery that will not be to exceed I days
old and to lie picked In (gathered)
twice a day.
. Eggs to be of uniform size (no und
er size or over size.;
Eggs to be clean and to be kept In
a cool, dry cellar.
Brown eggs to be put In one carton
and white eggs In another and so
Each egg to be tamped on the aide
and the carton on the top.
This Is The Bst Flour Obtain-
Lay In Your Winter Supply ef
Hay, Orsln, Fsd and Kotrect
Oregon - v
11TH ANO MAIN STS.'
(Continued from page I.)
same frustration of their efforts
Howe failed to kick the goal
On offside play by Princeton. Yale
got the bajl on the Tiger 20-yard line,
where Howe partially redeemed him
self by kicking a pretty Beld goal
No score was made la the last half.
HARVARD DEFEATS DARTMOUTH
Cambridge Msn Take Kicking Bat
tle By ft to a.
CAMBRIDGE,,. Mass.. Nov. It
(Special.) Dartmouth suffered bar
second consecutive defeat In the "Big
Four" games-when Hsnrsrd woo a
kicking battle here this afternoon by
a I to I score. Harvard's touchdown
csme aa the result ot a blocked kick
near the Dartmouth goal, when Hunt
ington fell on the ball behind the
poHtt. A Beld goal In the third per
iod ' represented ' Dartmouth's onl
The teems seemed evenly matched
in the booting department and there
was little attempt at running or line
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ELEVENS PLAY TODAY
Tbe football game between the Ore
gon ' City team and the fast Mr
Uiughlin Club, of Portland, at Cane
mah Park this afternoon romle
to l one of tbe hardest fought gsmea
of the sesson. Neither team has been
scored on this season. The local
boys held the best team la Portland
to a scoreless tie two weeka ago.
I The lineup of the teams will be
. as follows:
Oregon City. MrLoughtln Club
, W. Montgomery Burns
Ward .....' Jackson
I R. O.
W. Freemen Miller
IC. Freemen Herchler (Mgr.)
! R. T.
i Smith O. Hsnlon
I I T.
! R. E.
1 Laurence Kelley
White (Mgr). Jones (Cspt.)
k'srothers (Cspt.) f Reed
' F. Freeman Johnson
' L IL ,
Subs, Oregon City J. Montgomery,
Subs, McLoughlln Club Kelley,
TO ADDRESS TEACHERS
A local teachers Institute will be ;
held in Milwaukle next Saturday, j
when O. W. Harlan, an Institute In i
structor of Winona .Lake, Ind., will
speak on "Reading" and "The Prob-
lemn of the Rural School."
Mrs.- Anna S. Hayes will give a j
model class exercise In music. Miss ,
Maud Langhead, who addressed the
leacUers at. the annual Institute, will
give two lectures on primary work, j
The women of Milwaukle will serve;
dinner to the visitors In the Grangs
HalL . ' I
BABY'S BIRTHDAY OBSERVED.
William Henry Ice Has Osllghtful
. -. , , Little Psrty.
The second birthday of William
Henry Ice, son of Dr. and Mrs. L. O.
Ice, was observed Friday afternoon.
The dining and living rooms of the
Ice home were decorated with chrys
anthemums and cosmas. There were
two candles on tbe blrthdsy cake.
The guests were Teddy Osmond, Ed
' rd Latourette, Merle Osrrstson and
Charlotte Martin. Mrs. Batcher as
nt.rf -Mrs. Ice In receiving. Mrs.
Theodore Osmond, Miss Zlda Gold
smith and Mrs. OarrsUon also were
Then He Drifted.
"MUM .Cppson-Mildred." said the
poor not" otherwise bonext yoong mon.
"I have psdefed my own canoe for
years and feel sure that I cao support
yon. WUI yon be my wlf.r
"Nothing doing In tbe canoe line."
replied the naughty maid.' "If yon
bad sailed jonr own yacht for years I
might have considered your proposal''
rV.oNewe. . . .. , , .
Wants, For Si!?. Ets.
wui m law iS si aa t a
btearttos. half a ,-.r.
tt. .ate ta-b aar. II S bJ
bt sard. H ',r?.?.T!.Vi.aa .
cast brum ami'' stsar
Dm a wMU Ike Ws
IIumUI ryMJbUllr ! wr-r
rrmr -t tr bJ
erlntrd t elr. atllura Wre lb
WANTKIV-Tourtst and local swopl
to see my cltciUsj ot r.v4iea4
coins, Indlsi tii-. jl stsa,w
and curios if sons WH1 lu
or sell In thu'ilae Have .uod
bsrgsiss ln-srr.hsod rurntHiw
and tools, ileorfw touaa, nw.Wn
WANTElWlreasikl by ll" sy.
Itrst-clsa work gi'"'U-
"W. C. Snover, Roosevelt sueet. Ore.
g.ui City. " '
WANTKIV For JlKht'hoaaiekeeprat 1
or I looms, as near centrr of town
as possible. Address IL C-
lerprle. " 'r"1'-'
WANTKl Jb -clearing large traot
or Isnd ettnsr br Job or coatrnrt;
have hhmI machine and trgm. I. R.
Buardmsn, Glsdsoae, Or.
VANTBU-Doya and girls, I tee .
Is yoar chanoe youngsters to .'
make ymr Cartetaaaa axatey"
: easy. The Mnrntag ' Eater
prise will pay yo a big cib
mlloa .fir brtmag In uta
subscriptions. !l, osf , went
to know more a bus I n eM or
write to the Clreulatloa Man
ager of the Morning iar
prtae. Or gun City, and War
all about what you lll have
to do. The mom yt lur a in
the .snore o will mast and
yon nan make a M If you
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FOR BALX A good . datlcates
seo sad Koch roonl doing a gross
business it from 5 i to U30 per
month fur sale at 190 J sash. Rent.
Including f wo living, rooms, f 17. !jo
rated on car Mae ta thickly settled
residence district. VA money-maker
lor man and wife, or ax tww ladles.
Further particulars Ureas I1U B.
Alder. Portland, or call after a p. m.
FOR BALB Oentle posy, gool condi
tion, buggy and bSrns, fl phons
orerm city; Main i:Ji.
FOR 8ALK by C II. Uvesay, carload
of Trojan powder. Just received.
FOR BALK Last spring's pullets.
7&c tsrh. Phone Farmers lib.
FOI'NI) Back containing men's
clothing. Inquire Drawn ft Klooe
tra's meat market, and pay. for ad
vertisement FARM LOANS.
FAkMLOAN!-ttu.lcn Vbimk. I
Lawyers. Orsgoa Oty, Or.
attorn srrm. i
O D RRT. Atioray-st-la. Mone
kated. sbairsets firnkibed. Isns
titles essastnsd. estatts settled, awn
. era! law bnsinee Over Baak e
The 1912 Sensation Is In Town
$785 1 Think of It I $785
; Car Fully Equipped
The car that makes all streets paved, all roads boule
vards, and all hills down grade. The best car for the
IQuctiuc an ruiu ucius icccivc less commission 101 suica
.any-car in the world. Gme and have a social chat with us
' and J earn why we sell the cheapest fine passenger four cylinder
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(T WHY A STATE DAHKI 1
A llaU lanh laeks nethlsg sf the
sesurlty afferdsd by gevtrnmtnt aup
ervlslen. It Is under the direst sso
fei ef the aste snklna Ospsrtmsnt,
and subject ta rigid psrlodissl uim
Inatleni ef Its eapert sudltera, who
see tbat all the lews safsgwarslna de
positors are semplled with.
The safety ef your Interests Is as
The Bank of
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THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK
of OREGON CITY . OREGON
Treeeeets S ersl aseklea a)tslMee
U'HaVN A aciUICUeU AIUrasyat
Law, Destscbe dvokat will are
Uee ta all sourts. asake eoHeeUoas
prtae Ilia. Orenoa Utr. Oreaw
El, HI , ww ft-.t Jt " ' '
auiLDasj AND COTwCTOst.
HARMT JONKH-llun.er aad aoaorai
t'a tract or Estlmatas rbeeifally
aivaa on all elsseee of beJIdise
wars, eoerrete walks aae retslureeS
nonrrsts. Kes. Pboae Maw u
. H COOPCR. r Fire laewraaes
aa Real F-stete. Lot ss aaadts
soar erosertlee e Uny. sell as
esehsaaw. umce mm'w
ttiag., Oregon C". Oreea
CLIANINO ano psnaaiNO
cinninii Tilinud adtt msle to
order front 110 and np.-Wosbd
cleaning, preaslpa snq repainna
Three doors south of pnstonYe.
J. AWIA 8 ACER, teacsef of wl4 snd
string Instruments. Ilrector of band
and orchestra. Wl.l furoUh mul?
Pacific Highway Garage
Gasoline. Repairs. Storage
Wc always have 5 and 7 passeng
er cars for hire.
Fifth str..t, btw.sn Ms.n
M. E. PARK, Manager
Passenger Ford Touring
the Fofd Gat age
IW TITK COUNTY
F. I MITBJt. Ca.hh
Oee) tr A, M t r
ft any occasion. Cll at Klecine
MHM. MARAII RANKIN, practical
nurse. III! Center street. Tls
phone Mala I Ml. Oregoa Clly
-frioav Rioot Club miiti.
The Friday Night lirldg' flub nut
at the hene of Mrs, J. II Walker bus
week; and a must delightful svealsg
as -rt In plsylag brldg. Mrs
Walker served refreahments. Tss
neat meeting will t at the soma of
Mrs Rdeard sVhvsb. The memberi
attending Friday night's meeting
ere Mrs. Kdsrd Srhvali. Mrs.
ThMxiore Osmond. Mrs. kt p. Rases.
Mrs. P. W. Oreenmsn, Mrs. lUary
(t'Mslley. Mrs. II H. Moody, Mrs. g
TrArlson. Mrs. C t.-tjitoretts. Mrt-
J Walker. Miss Fannie (J Porter.
Miss Kste INirter. Mis S'.H Cas
rx YOU KNOW hst the Kntrrprr.
yearend Bargain Period Is sow so?
Bee ad hack pegs f'" particular.
and Southern Pad" Trs
Heme A II
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