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AT C CAOCO TO ACTION St-
CAUl Or ATTITUDC .
flfll RS01UTK)?I IS FAVORED
tir fiptcUd T Qlve- Nolle
for ChrUlmaS 0' Stane"
Of U. S. Adoption
WASIIINOTON, Ixs. 14 Tha abro
niia of tb Uuaalaa treaty of UJ1
Vrane discrimination, agslnal I
Aartran Jew. end olhar. may m 1
we lb law f the land bafnre the
Ti riultor resolution. alreaJy
aiupted by tba llnuaa, alioctlng Iho
larailaatloa or tha troaty after a
w'a nu. waa brought up Unity
a ' Tho dM-ii.n to rfr
I to th tromraliio Ott foreign rla
lkraibrr Iban art ItnmiNlUlply aa
Bkd fir an aaauranro frtm Ibo
nanilitr thai It nuld rr1 Won
UT Tf Hna may tbn llbr
ib ratilutloa alia a alcb(
hni or th Cullwraun roatiluiion
rtnatllf mmirai. -,
J drlMito U Um Hnlo Included
hmm jUruukia of tha aitltud of thn
pu trpartnt'nL Bona (or f'ulborwtn
tt(i4 lmmdlal atlun on Mmdr
nkout f(orar to Ibo rommltl
riilpnil4 tbat tiollro ol abnnca
tka tuuld Uk ofTrrt until on r
-nf tho Itrat day of January follow
k tbo artloa of 0n-rO and
Uwrdn, If tho roaululloa ahimld fall
f ,4tlln hofora I ha holldaro l(
.Mid tint fO Into olTorl until 1114
ftroatfif I'ullotn and ilald
fn, Ibo rrfrrotira U) tba rutnmlttM.
kkb tby aald wouM riort Mn.
tnatnr Itaynor' aomoabat
kaprtral a In I ha ronintlttisi'a alUHty
at icr altbla irfat tlraa.
1 fcava no doubt hat wo can do It.
traitor i'ullom aalj Mr. !d(o adJo.l
tu Muranra to bo aamo offort
THE, XI A3 QUC3TI0M
KOVILTiei THAT MCN AND
0Y LIKE FOR CHRISTMAS
TMIV ARt NOVELTIES.
. Many M-loHed. oupoclally for Xmi
trtda. not to lak of prcaoota for
1JIp that will aurprlaa tbotn from a
n atora. Kanry Voata. Bilk 8carf4.
Ktittrd Mufflon, Bultcaaoa, Hand
bat ifuntL.r.kir. ninvna Hllk
Sutpriidora. Raofora, gwoatai Ca'.
Joraoya. Hoalrrr. Jowcl 8ota, Hath
""I. Hmoklng Jackota, UmbrolUa
! That a tha aoawort
For tho gayetlna of tha llolldaya
rull Droaa Suits.
Warm Ovarcoatsl .
SPECIAL Slightly Imporfoct In
wtav. 1 10. Elk dahaa IS. 'Only
llmlttd numbar loft.
Pfickt Bf others
Not Llko Othars.
6th and Main 8a.
Great Holiday Reduc-
.Whiskies, Brandies, Wines
January 1st 1912.
"l All goods guaranteed
nnd satisfaction given
I D. M. Klemsen
uncoo ukm A5
RAILWAY SIDiNG IN
Ttia Cnunty Court Thumday aft-r-
iiiKiti rr-vokpd tho frant-ht of lb
a iMltvav. Ucht A I'orr
.. I, irark on Klfntb
aire! In MllaatiWlo. Tho franchl.o
as yrnntod b tb court aomrum.
airo aftor It bad bcoo dcUnd by tha
lawyora for tho company that tho
property onrt d'd not objoct to tho
aidlni. C A. Wolfjrgany. Bdmund
8wny and oth.T pi-mr-d lr.
oualy mid thrlr attorroy. toi
II. I)y. oxpumod iheir
,h court, with Ibo rr"lt that tho
franchlo tv" ir""M " '
miltrd thai bo proixwca
rloiuly affoct proprny
BCHO f STATE H.000.
' ai "VibpI Ilrrt. who
,1.,: Number " ,",l'.r"1
Columbia, was flM for prbate In
.h tv. nty ro-r Trr". Th. real
pn.perty. whlrh Is In this county. U
valuod at ii.wv.
What mothrr.vho does her
own housework .would . not
It cooks, meats-vegetables-
It never overcook s-ncver
bums-need , no watching-
h makes tough meats tasji
like choice, cuts.
We refer you to
'Huntley Bros. Co.
IXrT'iA ' Antique o. LtATMER l f K
lSii fJCOnA- Wry taJy effect.
t WALKING k,5! r OPERA CUK-Q
ROCK AK-lltojJl - ' PoaXf OCLolMm)
The Rexall Store.
WEEKLY ENTERPRISE ESTABLISHED IS66
OI.EOOM'CITY, OREGON. Fill DAY, DECEMBER
PFRPFTR ATPn DV WA IT aac nrki
VARIOUS HUSBANDS INTERPRET IT I
flri in imiunuvrnuurTrTini.
vw'yww"vm w"rt 1 1 1
1W3 McDouaall's Outlet 1911
FINE CHRISTMAS IS
ST. ACNES HOME AT PARKRLACE"
STITUTIONS IN STATE.
Tho chlldron of Bt Altnos Ilaby
Homo. near Parkploca Is de
rrvlng cf asulstanca, eai)oclally at
Ibis tlmo of tho year, when tho seven-tv-two
llttlo children will havo a
CbrUtmas celebration. Thera will bo
two tros with presents on xni-m ir
11 the little onet. The 8ltr of
11 ....... " .
i kn ara In rharae Of tho In
.i....i,.r,. ra nrvnarlnc an excellent
program to consul or songa. reviu.-.
program .. v"..... .
Hons and aiaioguea ior m -.itiiu ui'i v.-. .
Tv desiring to contribute to tho i are better carei for than many of the
1 . n.lv..t. i 1 1 A mm- linm-a Thav are
trees may do so, ana mir iwim-rnuui'u
Hons will be Itreatly appreciated by !
ih winters The program is to d a-e several g.iuiiu,
alven at tlie Home Chrlstmao after-; tor?elan tubs with hot and cold wa
" Th. u,. year's program showed ter. The clothes are clean and one
noon. The laai yr v K..iMln 1. ...arf aanec-
hat the tots couia on, u
rtrl in thoir-prettlest for tho af-i
TL.J tl.n. in thla cltyt
who would not grudge a few littla;nc and cno for the girls have been
gift, and th-M wm, go a I
In innklnc tha IHII0 onea imi'l'J- i
111 maKina ....n,ii'
Tha Bt Acnea Iiacy loin, uuiihh r""m i"" ,
ina m "V . '.I.... . rwwi... .-nii... anri tha toddlers are al-
rd'Xurn.n. ye.;;". "go. and i
The Sisters oi "
f fortun.to women by mean, of ;
of nnfortunsto " . ... 1
operating a laundry, o.h '7 I
opr ".r oV t.l. kind to keep
not enoiiKii w... " --
the institution In operation. It was
j ..u.j a hs.vff inn nLMiiw
ST. AGNES UABY HOME.
for this elHJa cf veork. Shortly after
.w- hn,iin whs tal.cn In Charge pi
by the 9lters of Mercy a a baby
home, sn.i caio'u 7". J. '
li.i-.n-. The Inst.tutlon
dren placed there ior '"""".-,
. " 1 i... h. s aters without
tuXen cm" ui "i .,
ctt;nd are .U,wed I to romp In ion.
... . fi I ao n rat l i vrn i. n w "
nf tho l'irie nms ,
h ,t luring the summer they may p ny
0 Vne cVownd, snrmnndlng the bu Id
? flwlngs are placed under the
tS.ll Kind! of afA door names
"..SnT'R-des .ra taught 1. th.
.h,vl ranging from the primer class
"t?K ffi or
in. to the are of the child, The girl"
S5 tit aMhls ln.tltHon until they
1 , aW fourteeu year, of , whll
Ma.hov, a:o P"t K'P1 "rt '"V-
rev are InMnicM -o wh.n they are
ready to take up their homea at other
L tltMtlo... the RlrM at thn Oswego.
Va he b"V- st neavorton. they are
t.M Bdvsnred. Tho achnol hours are
irAt I ...
PLANNED FOR BABIES
ONE OF MOST OESERVINO IN
o'clock until 4 o'clock p. m.
Tha cboeks.of tha llttlo oneo ara
niumn and roar, while thosa who
wera In poor condition when arrlr
Ins; at the Homo aro becomlnc strong
and Will ooon have tbo appearance 01
thoe who nava been mere aonio lima
Flv raeaM rach dy r Ktvn the
.iiiMmn ihm hours helnar Prevkfaat.
7:T0 o'clock; lunch, 10 o'clock; din
ner. 11:30 ocloca; luncn. i ociock,
V a .wa Th- rhll.lran
bathed regularly, and In the building
-w."'"1 -- -
iallr for hto clothing. , Irge cabinets
- lthahelvea. one for the boyi ciotff-
in, " - "
tk. itnn Tha flnnra
ed to p.a'y to th.lr heart', content
nursery ara lit,, rocking
.v.i i .. n. tima nf tha day one
may see ome tot enjoying these but
iw. ara not enouah of
th" m. .nd the chUJ
aettlng one first Is considered the
lnrkv one in the bunch. Toy. are a
thcJu I'ttn cMldren cnuM be mde
happy If a hobby horse or aoma toy
eovlJ be presented on Christma.. In
,hl. donartaient and ona adjoining
hallo, running from two weeks old
tl two years ar. kept, hui the two
:. ii. aiinwad to bo In the
I Hay mom for several hour, each day
! and are given proper eye by one o
' the Sisters, who la In charge of that
! room during the recreation hour. In
j.n.,im,ni ara severni m-io
waifs, pome of which are for ad""-
One of theie WR receimy iuuu -ivs.ilaml
and o on n.
gnraen in r" - .
door-step. They have found a good
home at the Ht. Agne. Baby Home.
..... will l, adopted by some
one who will give them a home. Many
of these children ior ("i'
.trr?w!.r j'iin. r.u.m on the lower floor
opposite the schoolroom f i fitted ut
v.tth Ion-, table, and little chair, alml
lar to those used 1 kindergarten
,-rr.rk. At the proper time for par
taking of meals the children are form
ed in lino and at a proper sign!
march to their respective plncea at
the table, and are tnught the proper
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(Continued on page theo ) '
SCION Or 'OLD FAMILY FIRST
PLEADS AND THEN AT
FOUR KOtSE-MAXERS "TAKE COUNT
Bridegroom And Bride Urge Frlonds
To Accept Tha'r Hospitality
Whan Work On Home
James W. Bartlow, aclon of ona of
the oldest families In Oregon, who
became a benedict about a week ago,
proved himself a bero when a chari
vari party visited tha ancestral home
at Mount Pleaaant Tuesday evening
Mr. Partlow had been Informed of the
plana of bis neighbors, and aent bis
bride to tha home of a friend.
When the charivari party reached
tha Pnrtlow home aeveral members
flred pistols and guna. and the din
caused by tha beating on tin pans
and ringing of bella was deafening.
Mr. Partlow went to the front gate;
and pleaded with the.cfckbratore. but
hU voice was lost In tha babel 01 i
nolae. Placing hl fingers to bla lipa,
Mr. Partlow whlatled shrilly. Juat like j
nnderlck Dbu. when he summoned
his clans, and Instantly thera wil st
ance. Then Mr. Partlow explained
that his bride was not at home; that
tbo house was undergoing repairs,
and he and Mrs. Partlow would be de
lighted to have tba party call In
about a week, when they wouia ws
lnrlted into the reception room an J
. urii h.H th hrldeeroom finished
ki -.1.1... wh.n at lnaat twenty auns
14 1 suawv " " " " ' "
and pistols were nred in nniiwn, auu
pans and bella were wieiaea .tisw
ously. This was more than bt. fan-1
low could stand, and, throwing on ,
his coat, he waded Into the noise- j
makers, etrlklng right and left. Four I
young men were ent sprawling in i
ahout aa many directions, and the
other of the party took to their
heels. Mr. Partlow then repeaiea, io
those who had been detained - by
blows from his mighty right and left
that ha meant no harm; that he want
ed tha party to come again, and tnat
a fine entertainment awaited them.
Mrs, Partlow. who was Mrs. 1
rtmwn. of Santa Barbara. Cal.. before
she became the bride or Mr. part
low, also has laaued Invitation, to
their neighbors. Including the mem
bers of the charivari party, to vUit
them Just as soon as the repair, to
the house ara completed.
Mr. Partlow, who' wa. In Oregon
Citv Thursday, declared that he had
no 111 feeling for any member of tha
party, and that he acted .a he
thought proper nndor the circum
FAVORED BY COURT
Tk. r.i-r'- f i).ir: T'j-riday denie l
the mot'oi "t qarah tj order for
th ofter'ns o' S-eb'n road. Ttie
order for orenlnn the road wss
granted ft t:e term or court in juiy,
1Q1A A r.1 lilnn ulrnel by severs!
cltl7ier.y cf the district wa preaente-1
. .1 1 , - v..
i,. .nnrf tvn. m. imrv. The road
U In the Sunnysida district and will
be ?!out one mile long. An appeal
will be taken to tba Circuit court.,
TX YOtJ KNOW that tbo Entenr.
.... n.rirwln Period HOC on?
Sea ad on back page for parUonlirs
A Man for All That
Her Exclusive Hat
A Spanish Wooing
Owing to an acute attack of
tonallitls Mr. Tipton will not
appear at Tho Grand today.
1 v vr
A Gift that "She"
Something that will remind her of you ev
ery day for years. The present that she
will prize above everything else-a hand
some' gold, or gold filled watch.
We have whole case full of such - watches to select
from, at every price at which a good watch has been
Ladles' Gold Filled Watches..
Ladles' Solid Gold Watches
Select your gifts now, we will gladly engrave them
and set them aside tor you until Xmas.
" Burmeister & Andresen
JUSpVlaaiVll ava mMfy w a
Next week" meeting will be on Tuesday evening. Instead of !
on Monday aa announced at the
quested to pas. the word along.
it 1 p. m. prompt
CHARTER BOARD TO MEET
... FRIDAY AFTER NEW YEAR'S.
Cccrse A. Harding, chairman of the
darter Commission, ha. announced
;h-t the next meeting of the commia-
s.on w-Hl be held the nrsi Tiaay auer
I Hyde To Have Third Trial.
i KANSAS CITY, Mo.. Pec 14
j (Special.) Jud?e Porterfleld an
nnnnrd that ha woold dismiss the Jury
! impaneled to tr? Dr. Hyde for the
TurJer of Colonel Ttioma. M. awope,
on account of the mental incapacity
of the Juror. Harry Waldron. who re
appeared today after escaping from
the hotel A retrial of Dr. Hyde will
probably be -ordered Immediately.
Ask Ior tli red trading stamp, the stamp of full val-
ue and best premium.
The Up to date
Laden with new goods in Furniture, Stoves, Rugs,
Carpets, Beddings, Lace Curtains, Window Shades and
THE CELEBRATED , . - , i ;
. FROM $15 to $25.
lowest prices. l. . " :
i" , ' ' '
L. ADAMS i
OREGON CITY'S BIG
Tha Mijr Wjr Mwwr y ,
twOon FrtlN4 an tat f
late lii ovary S.aalaa at tl-, ',
mas County. M a paa-latlsa , "
BOOM. Are yH Merfvestiaayf
- . . T '-.-(I
- : -I ' fh
Pes Wm, 10 Cwrn
SIO to 825
- 23 to 850
i 85 to 8100
last meeting. Members are re-
7:30; choral work
IN MASONIC TEMPLE
HAROLD A. SWAFFORTi, Sec
MAKES PLEA FOR SHAW.
To the Editor :
Thaw has made
Chief of Police and
hnlft h retained.
people of the city want are of
fleere that will do their duty, and
Shaw aremd to have done thla
' J. J. GORBETT.
DO TOU KNOW that the Enterprlae
rear-end Bargain Period Is now on?
See aj on hack page for particulars.
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