MORNING "TSE. SUNDAY, .-FKlUtUAHY fl, 1911. I i .A - if.-: i i - !''' 5 - i :' (i ' i . t 1 . , . A Great Battle Painter How He Col H Suit Br GERALD U PERKINS Opyrtt. or AwrWn Fre Aa- rUCton I'll. The battle of tiravelott had. been foagbt; awoke mint still hun er tbe Held, though lu the inhering dark ness It gradually becoming lm' perceptible. A ma carrying port foiio ami paraphernalia t" sketching left tbe field and. waking t.w w.r to a but ou a Mil overlooking the scene of the engagement iluii h ..,rei that ilar Mwn tho Frva had h ad the Prussia us. entered tbe ut ami asked If ' might hT "om "p" per. -Certainly. monsieur." akl a woruau wbo was then, "but can S- very little. The aoktiers of both j mie bar taken ail hire eicept j few hits that we hid lu the cellar . Come. Fanchette. best yourwlf and j set the tablcr I The table waa t and the supi-er put , upon It. The stranger eat dowu. end t Faochette poured Info hlscU'w j of the cheap roe-.f the country. She . waa between seventeen and eighteen j rears old. a simple French waul ao bad do secrets from ary one In tho world. -Too wear a aad loor. nnwurj said tfh 8 tracer. '! It frnm awlnc j the slaeghter today r J "Xo, monsieur. I did not look that j Wetl, then, tell tue what tmnt.le you." "It H this, monsieur. Antolne Brls son went out nns the fiphtlnif and recvired a wound He la lying now tn the next rvom." 1 "He la your brother?" "So. monaieur" "Well. thep. be t your kirerr To tbU the only reply waa eyoa east upon the floor. -What waa he doing oat there fihtiiurr ' "Xo, monaieur: he haa not yet be come a conscript. He will not be the age for a month." "Well. then, what bualnees had he on a battlefield 7" "Sketching r "Sketching? That'a what I was dv tng there. When I hare finished my fupper I will go In and see him." The etrmagw thaiied ou with thejtfrl aad easily gleaned from her that she aad Antolne could not marry because be had no dot After harlng aupped aad amoked a pipe the artist went Into the room where Antolne waa lying. . The boy had recetred a flesh wound, but not of sufficient Importance to en danger bis life. "80 you were making sketches of the fihtraaid the artist . That la my boalneaa. I hare been drawing for one , of the Tarls Illustrated papers. Let me aee what you haTe done." Fancbette took an lmprorlsed port folio that she had made for her lover .: ef two pieces of pasteboard laced to gether with a string and brought It to the artist. There were blood stains on tt, but be did not mind that He had seen plenty of blood that day. He opened the portfolio, took out what there waa la it fire or six sketches aad began to look them orer. "Where did you learn to sketch?" he asked the boy. "I have never learned, monaieur." be replied. "Never studied In an art school; never bad any Instruction?" "No, monaieur." The artist went on looking at the sketches one after the other and when be had seen them all looked at them again. Then he turned bis eyes to the boy on the bed. "Do you know, my boy, that my pa per sent me here to make sketches of this battle? I hare graduated at the art school with honors, and yet you who hare never taken a leason have done what I cannot do." "What do you mean, monaieur?" aaked the boy, his eyes opening very wide, while Fancbette waa all atten tion. Tou are a born battle painter. Tou have put Into thetm crude sketches an action that I have not been able to put In mine. Aad you have known what acenea to select Tour soldiers move; they tight; they are Impelled by the demon of war; tbey die really die, while mine well, mine beside , yours are like toy soldiers." "Oh. monsieur" exclaimed Fancbette, clasping her hands, "how good you are to say thatr "Good to say that! I'm not talking to please yon. I'm telling you the truth. And, to prove what I aay. If Aotolne when be has recovered will eome to Paris I am sure I caa interest . art lovers In him who will aee that he receives instruction." "Oh, monsieur." replied Fancbette. "how can he do that? ne has no mon ey. Ha would have t walk to Parte." "Not at all. I will take these sketches with me. They will be used In one of the lllmtrated papers and will be well paid for. The money received for them . I wDl send to Antolne." The same night, having hired a con veyancc. the artlat set out poatbaata I or tana. Anunne a sketches were produced and created a sensation. Tb money paid for them was sent him. Ha went to Paris, where owing to tb Interest created by hla picture he waa taken Hp aad educated by th paper (hat published them. All this occurred forty years ago, and tb great battle painter baa flour . Ished and passed away. Hia widow loves to tell bow be got his start Ate You a Subscribe to tbe New Day? ' . ' - I" 'if. If Tka Maralaf tnUrprla 1 to b as successful aa th interests of Oregon City demand tt mast seeds bav th support of all. Tho new dally has a bl work befov U In bootls Oron City and Clackamas County. Tour - support, at a a wior atreagta tor tbwork. Will Yott Hcfp Boost yotif own Interests? For KmlUd tin th Monfaag BaUrpria win b sold to paid la ad vane svbMtibwrs as foUowt: . . ' By l yr. fall. 1 yar..... aa,.,..M f A BAR TO BEAUTY. 4 1 IMIM Mildred Holland ' , Prefeeaional Wome Irasuo thai j . oa. aid lo aNlrno beuX sa I 1 keep your mouih .hul hen a.Mrel ! She h oneJ bv radian! j Thuuah It reenWd very far from ' her reach : I 4 ! 8h haa aouaht for a kln lhal la 4 trull y J (Which rfra nt ! temon. bul a Bho h lolled la acquire a com- pinion . Ami h lauahed at I he sl of lha bill Bul ahe will n obrjr lh dlrectloa Kp IM'" ; A S h lavd In Ihe lnle Ihafa H'in' ' 9h l.aa dlN1 "In lpniroiia iirami tfha haa Irled mn hun.lr.nl of lo- , lion. Also p.w,lT and Weacha an.l .. rrni: She r. n bheJ In tha temon Juice "ounmit Till It burned li,a tlatJort Vy , But h aever auj! reauir oj huitlna .; Her m 'uth. h haa pt en a mk hen rtlr Inir; And ier hubn.l cerl!rlr far. For her Vot.-e h.uM close t ,f rtrtr ffhdi U p covered by papier n.a- cho: Bul. aU. aa l.e fjlla lnn d nnf He 1. in hear her re!rn!te. a U For no commoiu'lac niaa can be ciosina Her Jaw Trr U' aainn I h i 1. 1 fl.-lAl Tfcere la only one thing ihe wont do. She wt!l live In a reion lhat f ! clal; In the- tropica h'll broil hereelf throuah : She will aiarve in decermine.1 en deavor. She will banian the bite and the; rup But ahe J' raihef itar hoTnrtj- than ; ever Shut up -John CTKeefe In New Vork World- 72 YEARS REQUIRED FOR LETTER TO GO 335 MILES Ne Explanation In Siaht For Delayed Jaumay of Miaaiv. If It take a letter aeventy-two year to travel 335 miles and both the writei and the addressee are de-ad when I'u rlertanrat -bat gets ery. how long-will It take a pwti-ard t make the Journey ThU la putallni: n only Nathan Warren, the r-w-tninM.-. at Tonkerx, N. Y.. but Mr. Vulti Paddock of the aame place, who n cently received a letter mulled fro:. Geneva. N. Y- In IMS. directed to th. great-uncle other htwtmud. I. O. l':ul dock, who haa been dead forty years. Mrs. PaddiN-k aay the Ivttir n 1 written by Peter Bentty rfnd conceriT ed the shipment of a ronsinunn-nl ot lumber. Mr. Bcatty Informed Mr. Pad dock that he would remit $im on re celpt of the lumber. Whether Mr. Pad dock shipped the lumlier or not L likely to remain as great a mystery as the hLstory of the letter froni April 21), 1838, "until It turned up at the Syra cuae rtostofnVe on lec. 2T last. It is faded with age aud Instead of being Inclosed In an enveloe was fold ed square, with the edges pasted to gether. It had apparently never been In the dead letter office FARTHEST NORTH IN THE WAR v.. . Plac of Morgan 8urrndar Marked by Monument A monument haa recently been put In place on the Crubaugb farm In Co luuiblana county, O., which marks the farthest northern point reached by the Confederate forces during the civil war. It also marks the spot wherA General John fl. Morgan, the famous southern leuder; surrendered. Many will not realize without looking at the map that Wellsville la north of Gettys burg. For many years an old locust tree marked the place of surrender, but ft short time ago It died and was cut down, the stump being taken to East Liverpool, O.. and placed In the public library for safe keeping as a historical relic. It was tbe Idea of the late W. L. Thompson, a well known song writer, who lived near tbe scene of tbe fight. to erect a monument to mark the spot He bad a fund well started when he suddenly died, but bl friends took up tbe work and carried it through. A huge granite bowlder was put In place last year, but it was not until a few weeks ago that tbe bronze tablet was put In place and tbe monument dedicated. The tablet bears this inscription: "This atone marks tbe spot where tbe Confederate raider General John II. Morgan surrendered, his command to Major George W. Hue July 20, 18(53, and is the farthest point north ever reached by any body of Confederate troops during the civil war." Japan' ftithway imsrovtmants. It will cost tll5.iJ00.000 to widen the Range of the railway from Tokyo to Sblmonosekl, a distance of 704 mile. I With thla work completed Japan's end of what may be called th inter national rallivays, viz those extend ing from Calais to Tokyo will ap proximate 1,000 miles, Inclusive of the sea trip across the strait from Shl- monosekl to Fnsan, for which large t earners ar now being built Cuban Papar Duties H labor. Cuba purpose to Increase its Import duties on vanotia kinds of paper. $IOO WIRELESS PAPER IN JUNGLE LAND Pcrio' YelUo Journal " PuWIshsd 2,000 Miles. Up Amazon. CANNIBALS SURROUND TOWN. Pasee Tbat Circulates Amae-a $i TkmmmA Emalayeaa af Cemaany That la Building Brazilian Railway Araund Madeira FaMa Ceeita.ae All tfca Nawa That la CaeJed Pace. Xowconivra to the astonishing Atua- jouiltry ajse coiwiauiiy amaseq oy the uianuer in which tb wMlv man, who tua eet himself to tame Ihla wtl donie and wring fortune out of It. has applied th ery latet deva-e of clvllltatlou to uo which In au older country ar atlll nerved by mahtuery not (juite ao up to dativ The wodiTa deeloH-r of raw geo graphical material arrive la Itratll with ail hia work to do aud. nudlui: it virgin aoll. promptly appliea to the tuak the very latent labor saving rn , rlvaucra-a thing he could not do at Ljuj. w here vanl sum are tUsl up lu earlier tyrH -of machinery. 1. i.., f..in.i.n.'.....ft,.ilf rraon- able that what b irhapa the only newst-aper w ith an etcluMvety wlrvle telegraph service published elsy where tbaii ou au ocean liner should flourish lu the midst of a patch of ilvllliatlou bedded In by huudreda of mile of tho Amnions Jungle through which the eiieo.se.(if running and maintaining a Uue.of JHietand. wlrwoitld b quite prohibitive, the patch of clvlllxattou being aweaaible otherwla only by a long voyage by rher. Journalism In th Jungl. A traveler b nevertheless hardly prewred for the shock of aevln a casual ipy of the Porto Velno Mar couiratu. actually published lu a coun try Infested by cannibal bead huulers. In such a bole In tbe Jungle, as It were, and relying on wifelrwa entirely for tb part of Its news which deal with rue outside world. The Porto Velho Ma iron I gram U a four page weekly, neatly printed on a slugle twice folded sheet. It la the one newaer of Porto Velho. a Bra- nioiiiti of the Amuzwu. on the Madeira river, which enters the main stem of the greateat of river below thia port and Is reached by not too freiiueut steamers from Manuo. It la from Manao that Ibe news which fopwi thus far by cable Is sent by wireless) to the Porto Velho new pHper, the n-ndern of which are found among the i lulinMlnnts or that lace All of tuct lnhabltauu arrn the employ of the Madelra-Mamore Railway company, a i-onc-ern actively managed by Americana which la en gaged In building for the Brazilian government a line around tbe falls of tbe Madeira river. This line, 3.10 miles long. Brazil has ,u1ulertaken to coustrnct In order to fulfill a treaty obligation to Bolivia to give that re public an outlet to the ocean by way of the Amazon. The Madeira above tbe falls la navi gable for !. mile. The railway when completed will link this tipper stretch with the great channel of the Amazon which make M ana on. though It la l.aa) milea from tbe river's mouth to all Intents an ocean port, since It is tbe landing place of steamship from New York and European ports. Circulation of Six Thouaand, Tbe railway around the fall haa been under construction some foar years and Is now about half completed. The towa of Pflrto Velho waa found ed . by the railway company. which employs some 6,000 men and which In this country has to Import not only all of Its engineers and other responsible employees, but also all of Its manual labor, the Indiana wbo Inhabit the Amazonas Jungle through which the work la now pushing Its alow and pain ful way being a unwilling as unfit to perform the .taxks required of a rail way builder. Before Porto Velho reached Ita pres ent size and lmiortaBce as a center of European opulat!on tbe newspaper waa merely typewritten and mimeo graphed. , Then, too. It waa merely a local organ, no wireless having then been installed. Nnar, with four pages printed on a modern prem, the paper pride Itself on Its telegraph news from all tbe world cabled to Para, thence by cable, agnln up tbe Amazon to Manao and finally by wireless across the Jungle to the office of tb Porto Velho MarconlgTam. RIZES CHINESE DENTISTRY. 1 Amorioan Army Offieor Haa Wondrous Example In Gold. There Is now on the active list of the United States army an accom plished officer who during an exten sive sojourn In China bad some work done on his teeth bya native dentist which Is wonderfnl to behold. In tbe ptace of three or four missing teeth tit Chines operative appears to have anchored single atrip of gold, which teems to serve the intended purpose all right, but without a line or curve to show tb contour of Individual teeth. Tb officer -who posse this remarkable example of oriental den- natry prize It as a Chinese enrio. Now Yorkers Like Coffee. . Father Knickerbocker Is th laraost cone consumer In the world. It re quire 35,000,000 pounds to last hla one year. : - If you would sell YOUR HOUSK YOUR FARM YOUR HORnK Try what th cheap onlumna of tha Morning KnUrpr4 can do for you. ,1 Cookery PS! Points Caiokon t Casaoeol. Cut Into Jolata u. jante fowl or two small one, removing, aa many of th bvae aa polbl aud the akliu iCery louxa. lnt two taUesiHoufula oil oil. irh drlildn3i or gutter In a fry Ing pan and aa aooo aa smoking hot lay a few piece of tb cbk keu lu at a time, turuln orteo until tb 0b loae Ita pinky ting and turn blt Iax-not allow tho pieces to bruwtt. A fast aa tie whit stare la reached lake from tb pan and dralu on aoft paper wall rooking another batch. When all ar cooked -aud juu may uav to add mor butter or ll lfor you llulatMsL but do when there la li chkkeu la tb pan-pi ore ier tur chicken will keep hot hll you pre pare th aaac. Put tare tableapoo" fula of bullae In lb pa" "her to chicken waa cooked and aa soon aa melted add two talieinful of flour. As noo aa blended and frothy turn tn three enpfuia Teat or rblckeo stock fula Teal or Cblcfceo stock, tJ ,,1. f,., ihiJ..L. lik h cast cleaned fet and triutnilngs of tb fowl, weU seasoned' with vevtaul.-o and boup herb. iVh unUl aiuoullij and thickened, atraln lute tbramirile. add Ibe pl-e of cUk ken. rover vluaely with oiled paper. a-ljut lb i-aaar-role rover and Mke lu a mooerai oven an hour or mor. d ieuleni uim tb agaand, tendrmrwm of the lhkken Gam and real are Hiked In tb sam way aa tb chicken Itabblt U ajwUI ly ale prepared tn tbla way. , Hungarian Go!aah. This la n peciaiiy apielUlng dial) when cooked and served en caaaerol. and her ar th directions for Ita preparation aa given by on of th manufacturer of tbe American ware: 81k a peeled on loir and cook until brown In thre" tablesipoonfohi pork dripping or butter. Take out Ibe onion and turn lu a imnd and a batf of lean, uncooked veal rut In Inch cube. Btlr and cook th meat ontii ellghtty browned, then reject th fat. If there I any, Old arrange th nieat In caaeerol. Adil a pint of broth or boiling water and a tcBBponoful of paprika, com the dlh and f'sc in tbe oven. In tbe meantime add more fat to tbe frying pan and when ht brown In It about a dmtrn balls cut from peeled potatoes and a doaeni amall onloua. When to onions are wll browned add them to the casse role aud after the nieat has been cook- la an hour add a- teaauoouf ul of salt and the potatoe and If desired two tableaponnfula flonr mixed to a tnlu paste with cold water. Cook about two hour and avrv from tbe raaae role. Mslaaao Taffy. Light and Porous. Cook together on cupful of granu lated or coffee augar, two rupfuls New Orleana molasses, on talleatoouful of vinegar and a plec of butter the alze of a amall hickory nut lo not let it boll hard and do not atlr, els It will grain. Aa soon as brtttl. when dro ped Into cold water turn Into buttered pana and set away until cool enough to handle. The pulling require two (Hjople, one to bold tb bands In ponl tlon of a hook for th puller to throw the atretched candy uiwn. while the other holds the lengths together. Tbe more delicately Jt Is bandied tb light er In color and textur will th candy he. When It Is of n light cream color stretch Into a long, wide, thin atrip and lay on a marble or molding board With the left hand lift tbe end of the randy from the board and with the back of a knife, held In tb right band, break into pieces any also de sired. Cutting th lengths presses tbe ends together, making; tb candy lea porous. Children Cry Fe THm. Pate gems are a favorite with the children for breakfast or Inncbenm They should be nerved hot. To make them, make a batter with a cupful of milk, the yolks of two eggs benten thoroughly, a cupful .and half of flour and two teaspoonfuls of linking powder. When tbe batter la smooth add a quarter of n poond of date cut One and the white of the two egg beaten to a stiff froth. Bake In but tered gem tins In a quick oven. It will take about thirty minute. Company Ooooorta. A delicious dcert Is made by stiff enlng grape Jules with gelatin and folding the whites of egg whipped to a stiff froth through It while It Is thick nlng. Berv with whipped creanf.' ' 'All easily made "company" dessert Is pre pared by splitting an angel cake lengthwise and spreading It with thick covering of whipped cream and then putting th layers together and decorating the top with candled fruit arranged in aome pretty design. Smoked Halibut Shred Into medium alzed piece two cupftila of halibut and put It on the stove in a spider. . Cover with cold water. Let It com to a scald, but not t a boll. Then turn off the water and. covering again with cold water, scald again and then pour off the water. Tak equal quantities of milk and water, enough to cover, thicken with flour wet In cold water, add two well beaten eggs and butter th sis of an sgg and serv at one. SIXTH ANNIVERSARY. Of Pastorate f Rav. Landaborough With th Proebyterian Church. Th sixth anniversary of th call to th Presbyterian church of this city of Rar. J. R. Landabormigh occurs to day and th pastor will deliver an ap propriate sermon to th occasion at the morning service. Bines coming to this city Rev Landaborough has done much to build ap tha membership, and at.preaent tber Is a larger attendance at this church than at any tlraa In tha history of the church. Tha Bun day school haa a large memberahln as well, on class, th friendly Blbla Haas, having a membership of over An Unfortunate Situation By JO! IN TURNIIX Copyright American ITao Aaoi elation. I'll" Th only defliilt luatur rai:tlug my aiteullouo lo 1'Uoeb Couetaul was that they wer tiuwekow to nr tt thee. Mothers ar los apt lo Ue dcflnll ground with regaid lo their daughter, especially mn frliida. aud the only o'ppoalllou lo my Ma de voted to 'hob cam from br fa tber. Mlod jou, 1 waa not ooaagl to hr. I was not aur thai t wished lo b uaaa-ed lo her, and she bad tool Indicated that ab wished lo b n: gsgod. to ui. Thla waller of U Is usually cousldered aa something Ibal com auddeuly. turning a couH fwm .Indifferent to a wild lon for each other. I admit Ilia! tber ar mauy wh raae. but mlo V"' on of that kind. . . (n day Phoet wrvi in not Bucgrstlu. Ibal If I bad nothing ape Vial on banl for tb voulug I d lt lr fm to or her. i Ukl a ami louodv that k.r father bad goo ou Itualne lo a neighboring town and would not bo at how befol II O'cnuk. If ' jiir la anything needed to bring t"ra Uv affair It U m thing clandestine. Th fact ' lhal phet bad sen! fr m t l with her won ner lamer w... nothlnif alH.iit It Inspired me with her wbll her father wouta anuw mor lender feeling Tr lief. Iid.l. It oiieued lb bud of lov. For th flrai time In my life I .put BOW warmth Into my worda and bearing toward br ami received a rrrisiiil Ing rana. Wheu I Wft her I flt that w bad mad a beginning In a new rlatknlilp Mr liiant kei-t a larr dC on his premise 'whlchwnncbatndt very nlgbt at 10 o'clock. Not wlab ' ing lo make, my ifrwnrr norm ah. Conataol'a absence recUlly known among th acrvanta. I did not auggeat any delay In unchaining lb dog. In tending to leav Jut brfor l o'clm k. At flv minute Hfore 10 1 said good night to Phoebe-no kla; I hadn't got that far, 6nly a preasiir of the hand and atartrst down tb walk leading to tho gat. I aadnt gone more than half way tsrfor I saw a Mack waa moving In another part of, Ibe yard and knew It for tbe dog. I waa about ten atcpa from a tree, which I reached tn flv long one and. making lb Jump ofjny II f. caught a branch and drew myself up lo a oaf plac. Either my watch was wrong or the dog bad liren let nul ahead of tint. It did not mattr wlih hwa tb case, I waa prisoner In n tree near a walk along which Mr. Constant would pass when h cam bom. If th dg had barked Phoels would have heard him and suspected that I waa In trouble. But be did not utter a alngl growl. I aw no way to attract tb attention of any ou In tb house, and. aa lo com ing down Into tb Jaw of lb Here brut below lue, It was not to b con atdcred. When be found b rouldn I reach m h simply lay down and waited. My position , waa unpleasant In mor rrapevta than one. That flrat sweet passion .of lore wbk-b bad eutcred by blood I found delk-loua. I know that a young woman about to enter upon a lov affair la very aenaltlv to any no bis or Ignobl attltud th man In tn raae may occupy. ' I dreaded to b caught by her father upon a Ire Ilk a thief, guarded by a watchdog. It was- a rontemptlhl MMltlon for m and would plac Phoeb In an un enviable attitude with regard lo her father. Indicating that she bad re ceived m clandestinely during hla ab sence. If I could only think of sum In genious way to eerap tbe dog or, bet ter yet aom daring strok to over come him I might not only avoid los ing prestige, but gain It I looked about m f or a means of eocap. Tb tree wer Very thick, but toward the gat not thick enough to admit of my passing from one lo lb tribe r and out of lb ground. Toward Ibe boua th proect looked mor favorable. 1 determined to try It Better ba caught Ilk a burglar than a aneak thief. By climbing from branch to branch and making aom desperate leaps, the dog follow Ing me, I finally gained tb roof of tb bouse. When I got thers I couldn't get back, for tht limb from which I dropped, relieved of my weight, sprang upward beyond my reach. I found myetf In a sort of roof pocket directly In front of n win dow. ' It seemed to me that I had not Im proved th situation. I had got rid of tbe dog, but had been cornered on the roof. In any event I must stay where I was till relieved by human help. I heard n train com In at tha station half a mil away, and In about twenty minute Mr. Constant ram la at tbe gat and spoke to tb do. I rejoiced that doga cant talk and thla on couldn't giv ni away. Then th front door closed, and tb next devel opment waa a bright light In the win dow befor which I was atagdlng and from which I could not mov. And what waa my horror to ae Mr. Con etant beginning to disrobe. ' II advanced at once to draw down the shade and, seeing a man on th narrow ledge of th roof outsld tb window, was about to turn for aom weapon for defense when, placing ray far against a pan, 1 Implored him by my expression to desist Tb light shone on my featurea, and ba recog nlr.ed m. That waa th end of mr attention. to rhoeba Constant Rh never quit aatlsfled her father not that there was aom mystery a boot th matter great ly to my discredit, and she could Bar er agnln think of m tl a lover. 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