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U0RN1N0 BNTKKPKIBK. KIUDAY. UKCKMBKR 8. 1911.-
CagQCJ CTTT, OREOOH
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CONTRACT ADVERTISING RATES
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Imi. aes. aa
nl a mt4 rtra Baacuaa. aaa? aaat
Btotarpriaa arm a
aWilr. far ftvtliiu lata
Bar tfc waaknr. rre Ibe aavart
ta trwaaa'rrraa' rraaa Uw dally e Mm a na
k;. antixwt raiaar. ta rata wis a Ba
a huh far ta at t Bar. aad Ia am
aaaa tnr as rial eoattam.
Cua umM anaaaiar
tarty la Mkatov to)
tka Banana see.
Lal advarttaaac (
Ttrroa ea'vefttelaa' IM aa i c'aj
rvertUa at la tu tae u took.
.- ta apaclai aaaadlUowa go arahaa
"Fire SaJ- J Bankrupt kW Unr.
laaiaaata tt mcfc flrat Inaartt ; a1--MMaJ
htaarthHaa kum aaltar SB tank.
Nm Iteoaa aad well an-TOea aroataa
af aaartt. with aitaraat
ana h Bledly accept. Rcta4
ay atfcain ta prepay imi
CITY OFFICIAL NEWSPAPER.
THE MOKNINa ENTERPRISE
liOa Ml at Ibe foUowtsg store 4)
Main BtreeC .
J. W. MeAauity Clfmn
8alh u4 - Mai.
K. B. Aadaraonv-
Mala Br Etna,
at. E. Daaa ConTacUoaarv
V , Neit door to P. a '
City Drag Stor
' ScaoaaborBj Conf actios ary . 4
' ' SttasU and .1. a Adaia.j
Dec 8 In American History.
lM&-Joet Chandler Ilarrla. JoarnaUat
aad aotbor of tba "Cacl Bcmoa"
torlca. bora: died 1008.
IS02 Thr Gnnaa and Brlrlsa tea
tinna at Cararaa ekiaed and tnr ea
roja to VroczoeU kft tba capital
Aa Inrtdrat uf th forplm claim
dlapata aMtb tbr aotorkxu Caatro.
(Front aooa today to aooa umboitow.i
Baa acta 420. rlaaa 7306: moon rlaaa
p. ax: plaaet alamry arra after
avaset: 2 a. ax. moon ta conjnnctlop
vita NeptOD. paaalns from wtat to
aat of tb plaocC
PRIVILEGE, THERE AND HERE.
Th larg landholder of Great
Brltaia ar Belling their Taat estates.
Within the few monthi alnc It waa
definitely known that th LJoyd
George budget mad a new' law of
taxation, under which ' land rahie
would b taxed. progreealYely, to a
' point where It would becom ODproflt
able to hold larg acreage,
th ' great landowner ar break
tag ap estates which ha remained
unchanged, aare in th way of In
creasing acreage, for generations.
Some of their lands they are reUln-
lag, to be tilled by their tenant, and
out of the productiveness of wnich !
they are able to calculate the receipt
of revenue for torn year to come.
But the con nt less thousand of acre
of Idle lands, in field or forest, with
held from agriculture for the sport
, or the pleasure of their owners, un
der laws which left them free from
taxation, are being everywhere sold.
This la not strange, from th eco
nomic point of view. It la what could
have been foreseen, from that point
of view, and what was actually fore
seen by LJoyd-George when. In apeak-
Rant Miw airv tkM IM -, hea
Oral Birttia . is
Bow nir ethar -ha first aaa-a. per teak
aad minim ......B
I, aoala lo war Mm; Be aat
nana Vo B.
Wu(i Per BaJe. T
lk aaaae aa aa IM
taaaaiaa atTlaa af
iaal a4'i iriaaan
III t "
I The Individual Soul No i
More Immortal Than the
Br MAX VXRWORN. Professor of Physiology In th Unl-
' . . versify of
0B-THE SCIENTIFIC CONSIDERATION OF LIFE AND DEATH
l LEADS NOT TO RENUNCIATION AND PESSIMISM, BUT TO
V ACTION AND THE JOY OF
At all time and in all
hand. Wtat, then, is immortal I
there is only a continuity of living subetance. I'ut this also has a be
ginning and an end. J nut as living substance was once able to apr
' on the earth and indeed was forced to appear when all its conditions
came together, so also it must pass away from the earth as soon as its
conditions cease, and wherever and whenever, upon tnv heavenly
' bod in the universe, the conditions for the origin appear anew there
living substance is formed out of lifeless substances, and wherever
and whenever the conditions of life cease there also living mhetsnc
returns to lifeless forma.
The phenomenon of human consciousness ceases with the life of
the cerebral cells, but the life of these cells is extraordinarilj fraiL
Even the stoppage of the blood for a few seconds seems completely
to inhibit consciousness. These acts have been experimentally con
firmed upon men.
HENCE OUR INDIVIDUAL SOUL IS NO MORE IMMORTAL THAN
CUR INDIVIDUAL BODY.
tag ta tup port of ta kadjvt, aaJJ
that ltala a aalf 4oemm 7r aa
it IU oparaltoo, pratttcaJly all of
tha Ul aa4 aaprodnctlra land ta
Croat Britain woult b aadar cahtra
(Kmv. Bat It aivat luprraa Anortcaaa
paaang atraava that tholr ford
satpt, aad tha Ua)4 frravry. ar
lac aa (h fli at trkta ar boat.
Thy nad a Utaauo rnttU for
their M priih. Tay fought au
perbly. bacaaaa ao U'rl. Gam to
th cor, aa4 aa tW aa tarn. It
rma nr to hav occurred to them
that It would b bl ajooey la their
pockeU to rai i great corrupt koo
"ind anfl go orer to th KoitM' of
Commoaa and unlcruilu th mtala
try. They fought ta th opan, aalag
very legltlmat treapoa. desperately,
and at taat with their backa to th
walL When orerm helmed, they ac
re pt4 th reeulta of th war aad ba
gaa aeUtag oat their eaUt. ThU
wa admlrabl. It waa th rleaa grit
which toe 4owa without whtolag. It
waa th aalf-reapwcting prld of h
Brttlaher uot only la hlmaelf bat la
hlBountry. aad ta th aovarelKaty
of tU twer. But It waa not aucb
poUUcal warfare aa Americana of thla
geaeratkm hat been . taught to be
tter th hoMera' of prlrtleir make
Vhea our holder of great pi-Wl-lege
a; beateo, after flghUng to th
Mat ditch. atth polla and la ourL
rrpreaenUUT legtalaMr bod lea. th
hrst, thin? they do la aead for th .lr
rra Th-" r aanally hrnirej
bidWldua's Jralned for finding, in any
law objected to by taeir cuent,tecu
aicaliUet which will eKher defeat JU
enforcement, or postpone It bo long
tr.at anything may happen la the
meantime. The eminent eounael may
discover that aomewher In th meas
ure aa I has not been dotted or a
has not been crossed. Anything whlcfc
will get the case Into th courts will
aerr th purpose of delay. Our pro
lletred tlaaaea ar hard toeer- Thvre
ta nothing of th sportsman la them.
Th contrast la so striking that. In Its
Ught. we begin to see why It ta the
Englishman sticks to hia lords as he
doe. Clean fighting and hard hitting
and a good surrender when inevitable
command the respect of mankind ev
erywher. and It la aay to understand
why My Lord still flourished In a
country consecrated to human liberty,
whea aad where, by playing the cad.
he would long ago have been wiped
off the land.
HIGH SCHOOL TEAMS .
TO CLASHON GRIDIRON
The Sophomore and Freshmen and
Junior and Senior football teama of
the High School will play tomorrow
afternoon at Caaemah Park. The line
up will be as follows:
Soph. Fresh. Senior Junior.
Morris, John Fredericks
B. C L
Dungey O. Morris, Graves
R. T. La
B, a U
J. Beatl Harris
L O. H.
Betsel. Green Bosch. Grave
' U T. R.
L, E. R.
Wilson (CapL) Caufield
Croaa Dam bach
R. H. L.
C. Beatl Rotter
I H. R.
Quinn MIchels (CapL)
Th boys have been practicing hard
the last week for tha rime. Keen
rivalry exists between the two teama
and an exciting contest Is expected.
will be called at 1:45
SCHOOL EXPDiStS HELD WITHIN LEVY
(Continued from page 1.)
of disbursement over and above the
amount represented In the Income
from the county and state acnool
funds and tuition will Just about equal
the revenue from a special levy on
th valuation of the school district.
which Is a little more than $2,150,000.
placet life and death go band in
LIFE SURELYi. NOT. .At mont
Miin Door of the Strongest
Bank Vault Ever Constructed
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iik: vault which will hold tSTHaxartneB and mooeys of on vf lue great
trust eompaaiea ta .Naw fork
cwnatructioa ta th atroogaat
faa TKa llluatratloa a now
Thla door weigh thlrty-aiD ton aad ta thirty -lx Inch thick, exclusive of
tb bolt frame, which ta ala tacbea alga. Th euterceocy door aad frame
weigh forty-one aad a half Una. Aa Idea of their else may be galaed by cvo
partBoa with th maa standing ta front of them. Th building la ft0 feet bucb
and baa forty stories, four af which are below th street lev at It la the falgb
at bank building ta tb world. On tb ait of lb building ta Revolutionary
day stood tb John Simmons tavern, at which th banquet la relebraOoi. vf
th evacuation of New Tork by the British waa held aad ta which Jautaa
Dnaa waa laauguratad aa th first America, major of New TerL
Wants, For Sale, Etc
WANTED Tourists and local people
to ae my collection of arrow-haaos
coins, Indian trmkeu. i!d aumi
and curios of u sorts Will bu
or sail In this tiua. Hate aura good
bargains la . second-hand forullur
and tool. 0org Young. Haiti w
MAN AND WIFE want housekeeping
rooms for a year. Phone Main 2 GUI.
WANTED Girl to work for room and
board, while attending school. In
quire 1101 Jackson street, Oregon
AlltbM'bBlLfi Yt)K jSALE live
passenger auto. Urea nearly new,
newly painted, first-class shape. A
bargain, or will trad If unincum
bered real estate. Q. care Enter
prise. FOR SALE The famous New Oregon
and Clarke seedlings strawberry
plant. Price very reasonable. 8.
O. Dlllman. 611 High street, Ore
FOR SALE by C. H. Llvesay, carload
of Trojan powder, Juat received.
FARM LOANS Dtmlck
Lawyers. Oregon City, Or.
O. D. BTBT, Attorey-t-Lw. Money
lewaed. abstract fiiralaaed. Ua
title xsmrad, eetatt Battled, ew
aral law boat nee Ova Baak a4
IJ'rVn A BCHTTEBW Attorneys
I .aw, Deotacher Adrokat, will Brae
Mc In all eourta, make o4lotloaa
prta Bldg.. Oresoa City. Or
BUILDER AND COTatCTO.
HARKT JONB8 Bnflder and Oeneral
Contractor. Fsflmarae eaeerfullj
given o - all classes of bulldtn
work, concrete warts an rinfnre
maeret. Re. Pboa Mala IP
H. H. COOF1CR. Foe rir famranar
and R Katat. Lt a baa die
your propertl w buy, an and
vcbsn. Office la Vaiarariae
RMs;., Oregon City. Oregon
CLEANING AND PRESSNO.
CHICAGO TAILOR8 suit mt'lt to
order from $10 and up. We slso do
cleaning, pressing aad repairing,
Tbre doors south of postoffc.
. ALBA BAGER, teacfter of wlod and
string Instruments, director of band
and orcheetra. WL1 furnish mtnl
for any occasion. Call at Eleirt.
Summons For Publication. -
la th Circuit Court of tb State of
Oregon for Clackamas County.
Thomas B. O'Reilly, Plaintiff
Will ha haaariad at aae aaat a war, fire
pjaarttaw. bait a aaat a44IOaaal Bar
Ooea. Owe kaah ear. II ear aMerth kaJ
hoa ear. It aavaej at Bar aauai,
Caeh aaael aaoaaijaar eraer aa an
has aa aaaw aauimi t aHtai taw aac. Ma
faiaaraal raasaaalhlrHr far arrars; whata
am aaaar fraa outlaws aetaaa wUl fe
aasatai far aaaram. athalaiuaa akara tta
la the bank s new building now under
ever built It will accommodate IHO
a the mala door of the vault closed.
To Mary O'Reilly, ribov named de
fendant: IN THE NAME OF THE STATE
OP OREGON. yo are hereby requir
ed' to appear and answer th com
plaint filed against you In th above
entitled Court aad cause, on or be
fore th Cth day of January. 1912.
and If you fall so to appear or an
swer, tb plaintiff win apply to tb
Court for th relief prayed for In
th complaint, which ta. that tb
marriage now existing between you
and the plaintiff be forever dissolv
ed, and for such other and further
relief aa to the court may seem Just
Thla summons ta served upon you
by publication by order of the Hon.
J. V. Campbell. Judge of the abov
entitled Court, which order la dated
the 2?nd day' of November, ltll.
The data of tb first publication of
thla aummons la November 24. 1111.
and the last date of publication la
Janlary I, 112.
TH08. D. REED.
Attorney for Plaintiff.
OREGON CITT, Or, December 2. lilt.
To the Stockholders of the Clack
amas Southern Railway Company:
You and each of yon are hereby
notified that the annual meeting of
the stockholders of th Clackamas
Southern Railway Company will
be held In tb office of the Secre
tary, In Oregon City, Or., on the
vtb day of December. A. D. 1911.
at th hour of 2 o'clock p. m. of
said day. at which meeting a Hoard
of Directors will be elected for the
ensuing year and other Important
bualness will come before the meet
ing. GEO. A. HARDING.
O. R DIMICK.
iNotlce la hereby given that the Coun
ty Superintendent of Clackamas
County will hold the regular exam
ination for applicants for state snd
county papers at Willamette Hall,
Oregon City, as follows:
For state papers commencing
Wednesday, December 20, at
o'clock a. m., and continuing until
Saturday, December 22, at 4 p. m.
Wedneaday Forenoon Writing,
United States History, physiology.
' Wednesday Afternoon Physical
Geography, Reading, Composition,
Methods In Reading, Methods In
Thursday Forenoon Arithmetic,
Civil Government, History of Edu
cation. Psychology, Methods In
Thursday Afternoon Grammar,
Geography, American Literature,
Physics, Methods In Language.
Thesis for Primary Certificate.
Friday Forenoon Theory and
Practice, Orthography, English Lit
Friday Afternoon School Law,
Saturday Forenoon Geometry.
Saturday Afternoon General His-1
T. 3. GART,
; County School Superintendent.
Ordinance No. .
An Otdlnsnce authorizing the Issu
ance of Improvement bonds In pur
suance of an act of the legislature
of the state of, Oregon, known is
"The Bonding Act" as the same
has been amended.
Orsgon City does ordain as fol
lows: Section 1. That In pursuance of
applications of owners of property
to pay certain assessments for th
' Improvement of street and the
construction of sewers In Oregon
City, Oregon, aa provided by an
th stale of Oregon, nllid, "At
act to provide for th Isauane of
bond for t Improvement of
street and the construction of
' sewer la Incorporated cltlea and
for th paying of th coal of such
Improvement and laying of sewer
by installments:" aa amended by aa
act of th laalstatur of th slat
ot Oresoa. approved February 2.
lPOt etilliled. "An act lo amend aee
tlona 1. I. 2. 4. t, and T. of aa
a-t entitled. "An act to provld for
the laauanc of bonds for th Im
provement of atreets and th lay
ing of seware In Incorporated cities
and I he payment or lb coats of
uch Improvement by Installments,
filed In th offli of lb Secretary
of Stat, iwbruarr 22, ll3" ap
proved. February J. ll. and sub
sequent amendatory act thereto
passed by th leclalatlv Aaaembly
of th slat of Oregon; th Msynr
and Recorder are hereby authorised
and directed to etecut Imnnvemrnt
bonds of Oregon City, Oregon, and
deliver lb.' same to the Treasurer
of Oregon' city, who shall retain
aald bonds until ordered by the
Plnane Committee of tb City
Council of Oregon City to deliver
aald bonds to I he successful pur
chaser thereof, who shall pay to
aald Treasurer the amount bid for
tb said bonds.
Said bond ar laaued for the pay
ment of a portion of th coat of
th Improvement of streets and th
laying of sewer and th amount
shall not exceed tb sum of f !9.SoO
In th aggregate.
Th denomination of th said
bonds shall be aa follows: 5 bond
for 1500 each.
Said bonds ar to be dated tha
first day of fWember. Ill I, and
shall mgtur la ten year from tb
date Ihsraof. and hm payable la aU
coin of the t'nlted State of Ameri
ca, aad bear Interest at th rat of
sit per centum per annum. Inter
est payable serai annually, aald Inter
eat to be evidenced by coupons at
tached to aald bonds, provided, how
ever, the right to take up or can
cel said bonds upon the payment
of the face thereof with atl accrued
Interest to the date of payment of
any semi annual Interest paying per
iod, st or after one year from the
date of aald bond. Is beraby reserv
ed to Oregon City.
Section Th Treasurer of Ore."
goh City Is hereby directed to credit
anon receiving the purchase price
of eald bonds. S face value there
of and accrued Interest to the said
Improvement and Sewer Funds, and
all premiums to the general fund of
Sec. 1 Whereas the City Coun
cil of Oregon City baa heretofore
found that th condition of these
streets and sewer Is and waa dang
erous to the health aad aafety of
th people of Oregon City, and hav
let contracts for th Immedlat Im
provement of the streets aad ron
Btrurtloa of th sewer, aad where
as tb said atreets and sewer ar
till in such condition so as to be
dangeroua to the health and safety
of the public, and that It la aere
aary to provide funda for tb con
tinuance of the Improvement there
of, and that aald continuance la nee
eesary for the Immediate preserva
tion of the health and eafe'y of the
public, la the Judgment of th City
Council of Oregon City an emerg
ency exists; therefore Ibis ordin
ance shall take effect and be In
force Immediately upon Ita appro
val by the Mayor.
Read firs time and ordered pub
lished at a regular meeting of .the
City Council held on the (th day
of December, lilt, and to come
up for second reading and final pas
sag at a sperlsl meeting of the
They still possess that element of novelty
dear to the American heart and thai solre the
problem of giving Christmas gifts that are 'dif
ferent." Imagine how pleased most men would be to
receive an electric shaving cop or elect rc cigar
lighter, instead of neckties, socks, and hand
kerchiefs, "as usual"
A tea kettle for grandmother, a samovar for
Madame s five o'clock teas, a chafing dsh for
the college girl or bachelor maid, a disk stove
for the bachelor, a flat iron or sewing machine
motor for the practical housewife all these
novel and useful gifts will be appreciated by
whoever receives them.
It should not b forgott.n that th slctrle Christmas gifts ar all ,
V USEFUL Q'fta. Each of th... dvles Is dlgnd to do some en thing
bttr than It can be don any other wsy, whether It Is to pereolet
eofUa, to.rt bread or furnlh th powr for running a sawing msohlns.
Th I In, ef electric Chrletmss gifts Js s somplt that In It will b
found a suitable gift for ovary member of th family.
PORTLAND RAILWAY, LIGHT
& POWER CO.
t MAIN OrPICC 7fh and Alder Streets
With 4mpi on., Mur.i
mA n.aiil., Am ml ,A
fHi'C""Mi m"m w a- - w..w ,w . - n.irm nnentl aarvV
w ar In eealtlo business snd ldlyldul thshaai
thtr Is la Bsnklna.
Yur (ntrts Drill sr "
and w cordially lovit yu I f
t th f. Ileal pibl stnL
The Bank of
ii i.ATxitiHhirra pvMt r j mutbliw
THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK j
of OREGON CITY, OREGON , j
Irwnaaet Waaral San ate Bwaieeaa
V miaiiiaoaiananani m " unnnai"
City Council to be bld st th Ctma
rll Chamber of Oresoa CUT, Or
... on IWetuber It. 1111. at
o'clock p m
lly order of th Council
L. BTIPP. Recorder.
Nolle of Hearing of Watsr Strl
Nolle I hereby give that th ap
Mrthnment of tb coal of the Im
provement of Water street, Oregon
cry, .or. from the north old of
Hltth street to the south lde of
Heveiith street, has been aarertaln-
edand. the proposed aaeeaamob
baa been apportioned aad la now on
file In the office of lb City Re
corder of Oregon Ctty. and subject
to etamlnatlon. Any a objections
thai may be made la writing to the
City Council of Oregon City snd
filed with the said Recorder wtthla
tea ditya after the first publication
of this notice will be heard aad
determined by the council before
any ordinance aasesslng lb coet of
fal.l Improvement Is pasaed
The proiwrty aaaeeaed for said Im
provement Ilea on the eaat side of
aald Water at reef proposed to be
Improved and, the tine of lot abut
ting on said part of said Water
street farther! from aald part of
aald Water street and aald part of
aald Water street.
Thla nolle la puhllahed In the
Morning Enterprise, Ibe flrat pub
lication being Ibe Ith day. of Da.
cember. snd the City Council has
set th 11th day of December. 1111.
at I o'clock p m. at the Council
Chamber of Oregon City ss th
time and place of bearing of aald
L STIFF. Recorder.
Notice' ef Hearing f Waafclrylon
Notice I hereby gtven that the ap
portionment of the cost of the Im
provement of Washington Street,
Oregon City. Oregon, from the north
Bide of Seventh sir, northerly to
lb Abemathv Creek ha been as
certained and the proposed sea
ment baa been apportioned sad 1
now on file In the office of the Re
eorder of Oregon City, aad subject
to etamlnatlon. Any objections
that may be made la writing to the
Cltv Council of Oregon city sad
filed with the said Recorder thereof
within ten days after the flrat pub.
tlrallon of this nolle will b beard
and determined by th council b-
.vnin t tMllnt
la ta.imi m .
hav ftntnslal h4a
st hm her, Hina r tiuu2
IW THE COUHTT
Utasa) treen I A. M. t a, ,
for lh passes of any 0r4lataj
assessing th coat of said Imsnn, '
pl , i
Tb property Msad fv tal4 la,
provement lie on both slda of q.
part of aald Wiahlnilus tra
poeed to be Improved sad th ft,
uf lota abutting on said pan
Waahlngtoa street fsnketeat fna
aald part of I4 Waahiastoa to
and aald part of said Wtaaiarat
Tht police puMlaheg It 0a
Morning Enterprise, tha Rrvt amg
ralhm being the Kb 4sy ot nn
oer, anq ina niy ruunrt katai
Wealth day"lrTpceniUr Itn -
tt'rlora p. tit . at the Council CW
twr of Oregon City as lbs tins tat
place of bearing of aald ob)artbH
U STII-P, Kscorser.
Neiice of Hearing o Viivnt bH&Z
N. S, AnL
Notice t beraby give that th aaa
mltte appointed to aarmisi
the benefit to each K
parts thereof, or parcel a
reel estate lying la Sewer Dutrfct
X . Ort.tily, Ori. ia4 ia
eri bed as follow:
Beginning at the rente f T
Iturea street and the aorta katt
Eleventh street sad runalai ssm
oa tb eweier line of. Vaa Sana
Street 4T1 feet. Iheac east Tat sat
to th weet line of Tarl ttrea. j
thence south 167 feet to Ik aaaey J
line of Tlfh 1 1 real, these g (
101 feet o the easier Hat 4
Twelfth alreeL Ibvare ft at
- feet to the north line ef BevMB
' Street, theotw west (71 feet at Bt
north Ho of Eleventh street l at
plac of beginning, baa bmos M
- report and lh aaaa-asmeai kaaa
thereon la now oa fll la Ik ttm
of th Recorder sad subject t a i
amlnatlon and Ibe City Coeadl a
said Oregon City baa set Moaay
evening. November It, 1IU. at I
o'clock p. M. la the Council Out
her of Oregon City aa tb t ax tat
plae Inr hearing aald obJerttoM B
Bald assessment aad yo ar ketk)
aoMfled that any objartloaa, hka
may be made la writing sal fiat
with the said Recorder oa or ate
the llth day of December, lllLsfl
be heard and considered by tb sat
City Council at the time aad aa)
hereinbefore specified be for mj
Ordinance la passed sata at
Coal of Bald sewer.
Daled December f. till.
U STirP. Rerorsat.
Mary O'Reilly, Defendant. (
. act of the legislative assembly of I