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ALU THE , OFFICIAL
NEW8 OF WALLOWA
COUNTY. IN THE N-R
ALL THE NEWS WHILE
It 18 NEWQ TWICE.
A-WEEK NEWS RECORD
TWELFTH YEAR. HO." 52.
ENTERPRISE, WALLOWA COUNTY, OREGON, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 29, ,1910.
CITY OFFICIAL PAPER
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Wants
Cent a word single insertion,
cents a word 2. Insertions. Special
rates by month and year. ' .
MISCELLANEOUS.
Private ieiaxts in. elocution and
oratory. Proper attention given . to
traatihlns, gesture, to.'-o,' formation
and voice movement.' Terms Guc per
lraur iosaan or $10 cash for term of
20 lessons. Mrs. Gifford Ernest .par
sonage Christian church. 4tibm
' "". WANTED. " " . -
. Paaitl-aa v a: Ire', a in h2' ?l or
coV.c la privae family. Applv: at tnia
office. -:
,.'. . MONEY TO LOAN
OBJECTION RAISED TO
ROOSEVELT: SPEAKING
Invitatifin tJTAddresj Cornell
Students Protested by Dem-
ocrats in Faculty.
Slate Funds loaned," 6 per cent.' John
P. Rusk. Ally. State Land E'd. Joseph
FOR SALE.
I will sell all or any of m.v town prop
e ty at reasonable prices. W. W.
Zu'rcher, Enterprise, Oregon. 40btf
Winter Cabhase for sale at A.1 - M.
tt'agnar's, Krajt made to ordar. Slbtf
Five ton wagon scale for sale cheap.
A. C, Weaver, Enterprfe).
CHURCH SERVICES. '.-'
Methodist:' Services nfeSt Sunday
fis follows: Sunday sehaol at 10 a.
m preaching at U a. in. and -7:30
p. in.; morning subject, -"God's-Gap
Vea." Evening tlienla, "From Social
ton to. Ulack Yall-sy," at iiluaivai'ed
tsmpr an :; '.ecluii, ...
"LOSTINE CHARTER ELECTION
Lojtl.ne will ho'.d tT charter eteyt
ian on general ..-'--8caou; iy. An
er.i':iTe now cl'y charter wift le vot
ed 'on.., Thlj, ofiice published the
new charter In - paraph la form, far
distribution to allaha volrs. '
B. T. Lang and s:ii Ed., a.id gue?t
M. J. Bargor of Denver a:id C. 0.
ICnodeli '-jos'a Waayer, Tstujaert
th'3 first, of ithe wesk from a tea daya
hunt In the Cheinlmnus, .'
New York. Some idea of the bit
terness of the. political fight in this
state may be .gained from the Tact
that a tentative, invitation to Colonel
Roosevelt to address the students at
Cornell University at Iihaca Monday
aroused protest among the. Democratic
members of the board of trustees and
faculty of that university.
The invitation wag extended by Dr.
Andrew ttD.. Wuiie, ex-Ambassador to
Germany and first , president of Cor
nell. When it was announced that the
Cofonel would visit It&aca on his tour
of- the abandoned, farm regicn; Dr.
White conceived the idea of having
him speak to the students. Demo
crats on the board of trustees-and
the .. faculty; immediately ' protested.
They -were jcined If -not originally
inspired, by the members of the Dem
ocratic county central committee.
The Democrats of the Congressional
District are making a hard fight, to do
feat Representative Dwight, Republi
can "whip". In the last House, for re
election. They" are extremely 'touchy'
upon any. subjeci Inyolved in the po
litical situation. '
Dr. White is an old friend of Mr.
Roosevelt. He ha always been very
close "to the. Colonel, both 'as Presi
dent and private cit'zen, but it is not
thought that the he hud anything pi
the nature of a political address ir.
mind when he nsked Mr. Roosevelt to
speak.-.-The Invitation - merely sug
gested a 10-mlnute talk to the students.,
WELLIi AN 15 UNDAUNTID.
Aeronaut Ready to Try Flight of At
lantic Ones Mors; .
Atlantic City Wi-lUT Wollman r.r.y
the five ' men who a.tcmptej tocrcs
the At'antl; in a dirgib'.e lial'orr
were gl,en an enthusiastic wolcoun.
on their arrival here. Wiilie'-he muJc
no definite announcement' von.-p. n'li;1.
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FEDERAL TAXES ABE '
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3ES OY INTERESTS
fncame Ccnpared With Earn
ings Indicates Profits Are
Concealed.
WILLIAM L. CUNDIFF.
Speaker Cannon's Oppo
nent In Illinois Election.
- Japalac, varnish stains, rmaeed of
ai -Hurnauch & Mayfleld'p
WALTER WELLMAN; n
his acceptance of the ollrr of the hotal
men who backed the Ameil- a enter
prise, Wellmnn; as well as the oilier
men who made the trii),. declared tlioy
were ready to try the hazardous, voy
age again In a BpcclaLy construelod
dirigible. ' ,
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; Big Aviation Meet.
1 Nc-w York The g. eatest aviation
meet eve? held pined at Belmont
Park, Long Island, Saturday, and will
continue for fiig't days. .'Thirty avi
Rtors and about 40 aeroplanes' wore on
hand. .The most important event will
be the lOO-kl'ometer race lor the Gor
don Bennett ', international . uvicticn
cup, which cairfes with It a cash prize
of $5,00(1. . ' " '
New York A nation-wide , scandal
may result. from the manner in which
the corpcnitlqn tax law has worked
out. With the official announcement
by the treasury- department at Wash
ington that the t'Cal amount paid in
as a result of the lax is only a trifle
more than $27,OiiO,OuO, Wall siret fin
anciers are convinced that an ex
tremely clever job in hiding' profits j
has been carried out by somebody. (
Tills Federal tax is 1 per cent of
the net yearly Incomes of all corpor
ations from all sources over and above
$5,000, exclusive of all amounts re
ceived as dividends on the stock of
other corporations subject to the tax.
The two b'ggest concerns in the
country, the S'.andard Oil company
and the United States Steel corpora
tion, have paid into the government
more than ?2,noo, or . about one-thir-
ii-iii.il ui iuks fin . tax. U
The big railroads alone shou'rt have
paid in as much as the total tax re
ceipts amounted to, in the opinion of
financial' exportn, end there Is Wonder
ment n3 to why the receipts' from this
Eource should bo so small. The gen
eral be'.ief is that the "big fry" corpor
ations have so l'o.mu'i;te(T their earn
ings as to show an apparent deficit
for tax purposes.
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them over. Novelties and
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We sure have the Dress Goods,
Ladies' and. Children's Coats
and Capes. Prices are right.
'.. Adler Clothes, Wilson Bros.'
Furnishing Goods, swelled line
. of Men's Neckwear, Collars and
Shirts in town. Look-'em oVer.
We are proud of cur shoe stock. Here yoij will fiud the best of everything in
v shoes. Men's, .Women's and children's. ,The famous makes
Vtz & Dun, Mayers, God-'
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PHILADELPHIA WINS
W0eL0?S SERIES
Chicago The baseball champior.
ship of the world belnngs to the rtiiV
adelphla Club of the American League.
Five games were played and the East
erners took four of them by outbat
t'ng,, outfieiding and outrushing the
veteran Lbicagoans. They got the
"jump" at the start, and although
Chicago punctured their progress wUh
a defeat, It really did not change the
situation a bit. ,
The Philadelphians won the Amer
ican League banner in 1902, but there
was no world's series that year. Five
years ago, the New York Nationals
were too strong for them. So In thijT
year of grace, it was pot cn " the
boards that they were tobo den ed.
While the series was nut the most
profitable ever played, the ' players'
share of the money amounted to $73,
071.9:!. Of this, 'CO per cent, or $47,
440.15 goes to ho winners and $11,
628.77 to the losers. As there are
23 players on each team eligible to
particlpate,.pach of the Philadelphia
is tntltlod in round numbers to $2002
a"d each Chlcagoan'to $137J.
CUBAN GENERAL IS SHOT.
Member of Secret Police Wound
Guerra In Leg; Is Captured.
Havana An attempt was'mude to
assnBsinate Major-Genorarplno Guerra
c Jinmander of the Ct'.ynn army.
General Gueri a was leaving thd
presidential palace, whenfhe was shol
in the leg an,l seriously wounded. , A
sentry on guard at the palace gate
also was shot, the bullet striking hiin
In the breast. Tiie assailant, who was
captured, pjovi-d to be a member of
the muional secret police. -
Darro llay De.'end Dictz.
Poitl iiid CLucnce D:irrow, the Chi
cago alto, n y h defended Moyer,
Haywtol an 1 'e.:ib(;nn, will lake
chnrgo of r.r.e (lefrti-e oT John D:e(z
th'! delenrier of Canio-on dam, Win.,'
who is oi'e-l wj-.h imirdor in the
flu t Sr iyfe. SlK.rt'.y nfN r his arrival
in Port and. D uiow 'told a Mend
that he lad bun ntVcd to fke chajge
of t!:e ca?ic unJ 1:ad acccp'cd by tele-
EliipiK
TO TRY POSTAL BANKS
Va:miigtnTlio bourrt of tiuv.tees
of the Po.tai t-'nvltrgi Hank system" has
aprrt-ved a li;t of 43 sond class
po-i.onic ! at v.h eh the plan will re
oij.ve firt t.la'. Owlns to the small
ne:-s cf tUfa Bpproprlatlcn, li. lias been
ini! o-!!iible to e.-l:ibllth postal t-aving'
banks the fim year In the l:irg.; cities
The o'.ficei, d a gnated include Coeur
,d"Aknc, Idniio, Klamath Falls, Oregon,
and Oiymplii, Wushlmr on
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ITEMS OF INTEREST
THROUGHOUT OREGON
Chronicle of Important Events
of Interest to Our
Readers.
Surveying Harney County Landi.
; Burns The government parties sur
veying the townships In the southern
part of the county are making fine
progress and several new-townships
have been surveyed, which will open
up a new territory for 320-acre home
steads. Camp No. 2, under Roy T.
Campbell of The Dalles, has the most
difficult to do, as the party Is survey
ing Steins Mountains, 20 miles up the
Blitzen river, where there are no
roads to1 speak of, and their supplies
are brought to camp on pack horses
from the P ranch. The territory cov
ered by this party Is the most difficult
to survey In Oregon, as It is all moun
tains and canyons. No one Uvea In
that section but stockmen, and there
is found the best summer range In the
state for horses, sheep and cattle.
fiEVVSsOF NOTED PERSONS
David Bennett ill I, the noted New
York tlemucraJc i.oli ticlun. . recently
died at the age cf U.
. Foimtr'Sf tutor Koraker, in 'opening
the ri piiblicn campa'gn at Louisville,
Ky., donouiued the New Nationalism
of Theodore Roosevelt as ."treasonable
as secession itself." "
Sarah 'Bernhardt sailed on the
ftcamer Prover.ce from Havre to tour
America.
. Marvin llug'ait'., for 'nearly 24 years
president cf the Chicago & Northwest
ern railway, gave up that position to
uetjonre-chatruian'of the board of di
rectors. Kdgur Alien Poe is at last In the
Hall of Fame, Years of effort on the
part of staunch supporters lb have his
name added to the list have been re
warded, A gilt Trom J. P. Morgan of $100,
001) to' the campaign fund for the
world's conference on church unity
served ns a fitting climax to the great
est convention in the history of the
Protestant Episcopal church at Cin
cinnati. - '
Mrs. Frances Folsoin Cleveland, will
ow of President Cleveland, has been
named by Governor Fort,' of New Jer
sey, as one of the coufiulssioiiers t
manage the Women's Reformatory In
that slate.
Dam to Cost $160,000.
Lakevlew During the year the Ore
gon Valley Land Company has expend
ed $300,000 on irrigation works in the
Goose Lake valley during the last sum
mer. Aside from the nume won
I practically the whole 35 miles" ot ca
' nal from the Drews creek dam to
j Thomas creek is completed. The Hen
I son Construction company has a few
hundred yards ot canal to complete
and several other small sections are
still unfinished, but all told there re
mains probably less tnan a quarter of
a mile ot canal to finish. As .to the
flume considerable of the piling is In
place, and In Drews Canyon the lum
ber la on the ground for a consider
able, distance and a force ot men is
engaged building it ' It is 12 feet wide
and 6 feet in depth in the clear.
Rates In May.
Washingion Coimldentally with
the announcement that the order made
In the Reno freight cases will be made
effective December 1, It was an
nounced" also by the interstate com
merce commission that the orders to
be Issued in the Spokane case, the
Seattle, Tacoma and' Portland back
haul cases, and the Phoenix case will
be made effective May 1 next.
Salmon Industry Looks Bright
Salem -Though the season had fair
ly opened September 30, when the last
report .of aster Fish Warden R. K. '
Clanton was closed, in that report
tiled with the governor, the master .
fish warden eays that more licenses
bad been issued for the different kinds
of gear, cold storage plants and can
neries than ever before in the history
of the ilsherles department In this
state, and the prospects for the com
ing season are very bright for the sal
mon fishing industry.
BIG. BALLOTS PRINTED
The Enterprise press ho com
pleted the printing of the election,
ballots, for the 20 precincts of WaK
Iowa county. The ballot te 16 inches,
wide and 23 Inchej long and nearly
7500 are required to comply with the
law requiring two for eachvoto cast
at the last general election.
The ballot will be printed entire to
next week'sNews-Record and Chieftain.
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