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About Morning enterprise. (Oregon City, Or.) 1911-1933 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 28, 1911)
VlATHtN INDICATIONS. i
Or.o Tuada falrt Urly
WEEKLY ENTERPRISE ESTABLISHED I 5 0 G
VOIj. U-No. 127.
OKEOOK CITY, OREGON, TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 28, 1911.
Pa Wkx, 10 Cera
WISE TURKEYS TRAINING DOWN FOR THANKSGIVING
URGES It 8. AID III ffl. Klill K:!S IIS:
PASTOH.OF MODIST ffll
COMMIUCIAL CLUB WILL ENTER.
KOTtH TELLS CCIP K OtX-QT IMH SJlAHf CF $!,
MAJOR NOBLE THINKS GOVERN
MCNT BHOULD STANO
. HAL OF COST.
TAIN CONORESSMAN, WHO
rJTJAUY-raStCUTO LS ALLEGED W UKIS
i cm mm
P(.ililh4 VlslUf Will B In At-
lendsnc At Lunsheen Giv
en By LU Wire
At lalrei. rcptlun baa Immmi
grraafed for congreewao nawtv.
ibo will h, c,,7 thl'' after-'-
M'Nt I n4 3 p clock. )
iU rr1v on in meainer urvgoua
I tin West id to whar h ll
st by delegation of thirty mm
laKt of the Commercial Clab who
tin arort blra to tb Hteunwr N. It.
im donated by th Wlllamatt pulp
Nprr Company, oo which th p
mt river and root as urvyd for the
(kit Blo torsa win n inipmn, i
HMOKf will pass ignniio low ni
ft. locks after which th delegation
till bt takan la automobile to the
BDStofflc which will b tnapctd by
Ox congressman. Tba plan la to take
ata Into tba building to small auto,
jublla to rati attention to th Inade
aury of tba quarters. Aftar that a
hack HI b given at tba Com
aareial Club to which only members
l4 lavltad fuaata will admltutd.
Canaraaaman W. C Mawlay, who wH'l
ba auaat of Oraoon City today ant
Mr. Ilalry wHI ba titan racop-
tliQ at iba t'omnmrrlal Club. In tba
didi .It will b lnlroddo(d to
lb mombrrd of tha club and a dr-
miloa from Maada PtaL Grand Array
f tha llrpiibllo, will ba In attandanra.
Tba futolng rorara will ba rrnn
I Quartat. ' .
I:i0 Addrvta of malconia by J R
Addna. -Jinlnt. Maaotm'a and
Mcldroma Itara.- 1L.T. McBalo.
Addraaa, "Clarkamaa Rapid." C. !
Addn. -Weat Bid Uirkl." II. E.
Addrwia. "Ba,i fiida Locka." O. B.
AddrfM. "rodwaj Dulldlnf." W. A.
A4diaa. Hon W. C. Hawlay.
Tba menu will cooalat of noma-
adn ondwlcbfa , ptcklaa. ollvaa,
Nt ilda. ato. ' r
If airft-alila to Mr. llawler ba will
b aarortad by tha Cora marc In 1 Club
Htion Wadnaaday morning on
Irlp of Inapoctlon of tho raplda. Jn
klni. Maldrum and Magoon bara, and
Wurn to Oragon City bt U:45 to ba
ry for tha luncbaon of tba U
The Philhafmonic Society
of Oregon City
SEASON 1 9 M-i 2
" ThnrVrmeetlnTfoT.nrollm.nrof membera thla Tueaday etenlng.
No.ini,er in wiiiam.tt. Hall at
Mrmberahlp for ontlra
MuMc paid for by tha Individual,
The Society 1. "ab.olut.ly Independent of any other n't',n'
Wrh. o, lndlrldu.1; .lectlng It.
r rh aeaaon, and paaalng upon Ite
own fund.. r
Gounod", great m..t.rpl-o.. th. oratorio of ?Tto Rfd8ptlon"
bath. . k ai.a- and Cowan'. "Roaemalden. will no
---w l lf t BMV f ,
'wular choral work. "
A apecl., claa.'wlll b. held In Blght-Blnglng. for th. benefit of thoae
o cannot read mu.lo. or who want to Improva.
rrec.d!0g..ach ul.hf. work will b. . to-on th. right uae of
0r., with aultable aierclaea.
Volca, fated if d.alrad. Aft.r Tue.day night, role. t-Ung will ba
UKatory, and all application, r.ferr.d to th. commute. o
All announcement., notice., etc..
-. memberahlp will ba publl.hed through th. Enterpr....
otlrej balng left for th. - .
Tonight, 8t00 p. m.
ry . i"ifiinftjf.t'. 1 i VMM' l i ym , ' n n m-n Lin- fivvri
IF only turkey birds were wise they'd read the sporting pages,
Discovering there the secret rare of, lengthening out,, their ages.
By training down insteaor"'oi up they'd so reduce their'meat" " '
That when Thanksgiving day comes round they'd not be fit to eat,
k ' . . .....
And when the buyer came along to talk, with Farmer Jones
He'd say, "Why, I these birds can't buy they're only skin and bones!"
ARLEY O-CONNELL AND ' FAL
CONIO ARE ELEVATED BY
CHURCH GATHERING IS BRILLIANT
Appolntmanta Confirmed By Conaia
tory And Announeamant la
Mada That Anothar Is
ROME. Nor. Jt. Announcamfnt of
tho appointment of . l'b new car
dlnal. whoaa name, howarar. la kapt
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t o'clock prompt
n only 12.80. No other char.ea of
nd thus tho property of the In-
own officer, choc. Dg . -
own merawn,. - -
relative to th. .ocl.ty and .ftlnf
HAS 4 CARDINALS
Rev, Hayworth To Leave
First Baptist Church
REV. 81 A. HAYWORTH.
Rav. 8. A. Hayworth paator of the
First FtaptlHt church, notlfled his con
gregation, at a special called meet
ing Sunday morning, that It waa hie
dealre to be rleeaaed from the dutlea
of the present pastorate at a dat.
not lafer than March-81,-191 J. Ha
.,r.,ri th church to take action
granting his request at th December
Covenant meeting. The pastor'a re
quest came a. a surprise to many
member, of the congrenatlon to whom
be has greatly endeared himself. Mr.
Hayworth cam to Oregon City' In
August 1909, from Dtlta, Col., aa the
aucoessor of Rev. John M. Linden.
At the close of th first year Mr. Hay
worth's work as pastor of the con
gregation waa heartily Indorsed' and
by a nnanlmoua vote be waa granted
a aubstsntlal Increase In .alary.' He
la new, on the third year and every
branch bf the church work Is organis
ed and In a prosperous condition. Mr.
Hayworth haa added 111 membera
to th church during hla pastorate.
I'nd.r hla leaderahln the church con
tributed more than $1,800 to mission
ary work and ' other philanthropic.
Fiefore h leavea, the church will en
gag In a special evsngellstlo cam
naim. Mr. Hayworth made th, fol-
4 lowing atatement Monday:
"I have been lea 10 bsk a reieaa
from the pastorate because I believed
that a new leader might mor-auo.
cessfully rally th membership of
th church as a whole to active Chris
tian work, ny the Inst of March I
ahall h.v cload two and on-half
years of servlc with th church and
I believe that my work can b finlah
ed In that time. So far a. I know
every member of th church Is a per.
aonal friend of mln and my action
la entirely voluntary. My lov for th
peopl of this church and of Oregon
City Is onquenched and It Is because
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PROGRESSIVE BUSINESS MEN
THINK BIO PAPER WILL
OTHER TOWNS WflT COOPERATE
" ' ' '
Arrangements Being Made With Com
1 merclal Clubs For Die-
" trlbuting Booster
After one week of active work in
canvassing, the progressive business
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The IridianjFlute .
An "Indian Lov Story, Plc
atureequety and Poetically Tolo,
' Portraying Beauties and Envlr
onmenta of Natur.
The Cattle Rustler's
A Trip Down The
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tpaolal Tax To Ba Votad By Varlowa
Dlatrlcta Will Not Ba Suf- '
fielant To BuMd Ada
Major Charles 8. Noble, City En
gineer of Oregon City, In a letter to
tba Morning Enterprise, urgee that
th Congreaemen and Senators repre
senting Oregon, should be aaked to
ns their Influence In having tha
United States appropriate money for
building roads in this state. Major
Nonle a letter follows:
The writer haa been ab bnay- that
n naa not had th privilege of at-
wnaing the numerous road meetings
tbat have been held from week to
week, for th- last few months. .
Ills sentiments, of belna heartllr
In favor of anything tending to the
betterment of roads has been en
pressed at tba few meetings ha was
able to be at
For long years ha was Secretary
of the Good Roads Association of an
other state and his Interest In the
causa la atlll aa great as ever. In
tba Lofttslatur of that State ha waa
a perautUnt advocate of rood road
legislation, and now If It 4a not tak
ing up too much space he would Ilk
to express a few views on th aam
Tber Is no farmer but will admit
that good roada are a good thing, yet
some are loath to admit that they
should be built at their eipenae.
Some aay tbat tbey do not propose
to bo taxed to pay for the ,conven
lenc or automobile owners or own
ers of fin trotting stock.
To .one who haa been tho advocate
of good roada. for long, long years the
objection of th farmer so oft repeat
ed begins to hav welghL'
Tha writer haa argued. good roada
regardless of who paya or gets th
moat benefit and has" more than don
hltf shar of paying for road improve
ment In front of his property and
othera and hare seen thoa eokty the
privileges of those ' same fcod roads
that bar contributed very little to
tbelr building or upkeep.
Dat this Is a situation that we can
not overrome under the present waya
ana means or Talslnr funds for this
desirable attainment. .
Tet tbla Is food for thought and the
witer wMhe to point ont a war that
could help ont In this particular.
in public road, the nubile blab-
way haa always been the puis of civi
lisation. Mora than var the rood road la
demanding its - place In the legisla
tion ana political affairs of th state
The town that haa th best streets,
the community that haa Rood roads,
tha state that has th finest high
ways, will ba the town, community
and sUte that will draw the people.
The intercommunication v In such
communities adds to the commercial
and social advantages that fully re
para for th outlay,
The Good Roads. Association of the
counties and atate of , Oregon hav
been doing atrenuous work lately and
It Is a noticeable feetura of the many
good roada meetings, th absence of
discord or rancor.
The Is bora of these gentlemen will
be of lasting benefit to th entire
All of the communities visited are
willing to rota a special tax. Tula la
good. But we want better roads than
these small taxea will give us and
we want-them mor permanent
How are w to get themT ' ' '
By th government doing tho right
thing by the citizen tnat plougha th
fields a the clttxen that plougha th
harbors, rivers and seaa.
The government owes an enormous
debt to the agriculturist
1 In the Oregonlan of November 22,
we And the following: Detailed esti
mates of appropriation a for water
ways In the Northwest
Mouth of th Columbia Riv
Willamette and Columbia,
Portland to" sea r 17B.W
Celllo Canal 600.000
Columbia above Celllo 30,000
Columbia, Bridgeport and
Kettle Falls 5.000
Willamette above Portland 20.000
Sulslaw River 120.000
Snake River 25.000
Cowllt and Lewis Rivers . . 5,500
Coo a River ...A S.000
Tillamook Bay 6.000
Clatakanle River 1,000
Entranc to Gray's Harbof,
Wlllapa Harbor and River.. 75,000
take Washington Canal.... 400.000
Tributaries Puget Bound.... 23,000
Snohomish River 75.000
Skagit River .' 15,000
Belllngham Harbor ........ 62,250
When you realise that this is for
only a small part of the Unltad
States and only for on year'a . ap
propriation, you can imagine perhapa
th enormous outlay for waterways,
while the roadways get practically
, Why Is this?
Has not th government a right to
expend funds on public highways?
The writer bold, that It has.
Listen! ' ,
The government built roads In
Cuba but not for you farmera!
The government built and la build
ing roads In th Philippines. Not for
you fruitgrowers. '
Th government Is building road,
away np In Alaska, to connect the
gold mines, but not for you trucker..
- Before th advent of railroad th
1 government built roada.
Declaring that h and his family of
seven could not Uv on bis sal
ary of $1,000 a year, Rav. EL F. Zim
merman at th servlc Sunday morn
ing graphically told of his troubles,
snd resigned th pastorate of th
Methodist church to taka effect at
occe. The church has th second
largest congregation In this city. Mr.
Zimmerman said that be had accept
ed a position at $1,500 with th Anti
Saloon League for which h fomerly
worked. His headquarters probably
will ba Portland. .
Another paator to tender his resig
nation was Rav. A. H. Mulkey, of tha
Gladstone Christian church to become
effective May 1. Mr.- Mulkey has
weak eyes, and he desires to taka a
rest He, however, expects to deliv--r
sermons occasionally at - varioua
churches in this county and Portland
after ho gives up th Gladstone pul
pit Mr. Mulkey organised th cnurcn
four years ago, services being held
at Drat In a abed. "Th congregation
grew rapidly and about , a year ago
an edifice that coat $3,500 waa erected.
T4 rtalrnaflnn nf Mr. Zimmerman
follows tli splitting of in congraga-
tion Into two factions, one for and
one against him. Th on opposing
him being in th majority, it la al
leged, to some extent started a boy
cott on the pastor. It Is charged tbat
several of th wealthiest members,
only refused to attend services,
but declined to assist In the support
of the church, and that the paator
feared the contributions, from which
his salary was paid, would not In tha
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Thanksgiving Suit Sale!
Men's Dress Suits, and
- overcoats in - the - latest - of
style at Thanksgiving prices.
Good Suits, or overcoats
Better Suits, or Overcoats
Best Suits, or Overcoats
$20 to $30
Oregon City's Big Dp't Store
future be 'sufficient to yield him $1,000
annually. 1 . - '
. Mr. Zlmmemao waa assigned to th
pastorate, following th General Co
ferwac at Hlllsboro about eight
month, ago. Ha was generally "lltid
at first but It waa not long until sv .
eral members began opposing him, K
Is said. -Unknown to Mr. Zlmanarmaas
ten members of the official board ad
dreeeed a letter, asking that he be re
moved, to the general conference held
at Salem about a month ago. Dis
trict Superintendent Moor wrote to
Mr- Zimmerman Informing him of th
request that another man ba snt to
th church. Mr. Moor also wrote
that ha had received a petition from
members- of the congregation asking
that ha be retained. Th paator waa
not removed and at an adjourned
quarterly confetevc Mr. Zlmmnaaa
criticized tha members of th board
for asking bis removal without noti
fying him. Ha was particularly ea
ters In hla criticism of os maaaber.
It la alleged by members of th
board that thereafter th paator start-'
. A . .wmttlna.nf fa naa who OPPOSSd
Bim. He Is caarg wita aavmg tnea
to fore M. Yodwr,-Janitor, out and
urged tbat several members of tha)
board he replaced. Than the board
refused to sanction tha- ase of th
collection -taken at night for adv
Using purpose. At a stormy session
oftheFtrst Quarterly conference tn
salary of th paator was reduced from
$1400 to $1,000 a year, and It waa da
Contxnswd on pagn two.
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