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MORNING KNTEHPK181V WEDNESDAY, APRIL 26," 1911.
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- FOR MICA
By M. QUAD . t ..
Cwrtvfct. IHs, kr AMNdia I4t-
It was a 4ttr coincidence that
brought tbe three mea together at
table la a. cheap restaurant There
waa Woe. Ikesteln, woo bad juat
failed la the clothing bulMn. II.
had figured to fail at a profit, but there
had ban a hitch ta bla calculation,
and ha waa about dona for.
Thara waa Jim Green a news pa pel
That is. h bad been 'employed
CONVENTIONS IN MUSIC.
Rumm WMh Camaaaera ft.awi ta
' faal They Must Fellew.
Why la It that all our Biunklan In
writing a nautical song Invariably ue
portioa of tha heat kaowa hornpipe
aa toe Introduction. Tamp, or ruuu-ter-melody
J Why do tba open fifths
la the bear a I ware appear In rustic
songs? Because It raa't ha belvd. It
seems. Our popular Iriah songs a I
wajra bare a bar or two of a well
know a old Irish melody or a drone
bass, olberwlaa the wouldn't be Irtah.
Tha azbauated old Turk.y and bla
partner, the atraw. com to tba rearae
of every Tube" none or danc that la
perpetrated, and our national alra
aanst ma all through tb accompaui.
meat of patriotic aonga to glr them
Becauae all of tbeae thing are "set"
they are conrentlona. Why niuat r.
ry song eod on the tonic note, with
tha preceding tooe either tba second
or aerenth or tba male, ualeaa wa ex
cept tba deteatabia third or the hollow
nnn? Becauae our audiences expect
cuoum one or your composers q a
mo ox at of bravery or recklessness
produce a acore la which ha disregard
ad tbeee many conrentlona bla Ural
nfght hearera would go, away remark
ing that tba music waa craiy. Tbey
do not. realise that they eipect to bear
tha same old thing, Tyred up.a trifle
ecserentiy. 01 course, nut sail .to
same.-From "Wbrre Hare I Ueard
That Tuna Beforer la Metropolitan
Ueoaaea to marry ware granted y
terday to riuaala Warren nd Buna
Burgy, Vela Louise Kelly and Lew la
A. Barry, Fries Vocha and David
Dosk, Kdttb. Cheney and Thomas
aa varloua newspapers without credit
to them or him. -..-'.-"
There 'was Dick Graham, a shyster
lawyer, who had been disbarred and
was thinking If be ahould turn lec
turer and eipose the rest af tba pro
fession. These three men were eating cheap
dinners. Bet ween mouthfula tbey slsed
each other up. Noue of Iba three
alsed another up as an honest man,
ad tMa fact wanned them to aacb
other. The meal bad been almost fln
lsbed, however, before Mr. Ikestelo
ventured to observe;
-Gentlemen, tbia Is a hard world."
"It Is," replied Mr. Greene.
ao one can be an honest man any
mora," aaid Mr. Ikestrta-.
"If ha tries to be honest he falls and
has to pay 90 centa on tba dollar." con
tinned tha a peak sr.
"Gentlemen, we three are boo eat
men. Wa must bare tbe Interests of
ear country more at heart. We must
' go out In to tha park and ait down on
a bench and. talk to. confidence. Be
cause of my clothing business you
most not distrait me. Because of your
a)afnas i must not distrust you."
Tha result of their lalk waa aa an
deratandlng. and tha result of tba un
derstanding was' tba organising of tbe
Great western Mica company.,
Green could write luridly, and be
waa ta manage tha advertising.
Tb public caught on to tba ads.
slowly. It was nsed to gold and sll
rer mlna aU. but this waa a mica
mine, and It didn't guarantee to pay'
. over 60 per cent dividends for"7"th
Drat twelv months. '
Now and tbea a minister or a widow
, sent la a poor $5, for Investment, and
thna tha office rent waa paid, but none
f the trio bought himself an auto.
. "Wa ahould bare promised , 100 per
cant dividends,- growled Mr. Ikesteln.
"We ahouid ha to made It 150," add
ed Mr. Green.
"Two hundred at tha very least."
announced Mr. Graham. -.
"Bur, edit we may add to tha proa
parity of tha coon try by being not too
honest." con tinned Mr. Ikesteln aa be
aawed away at his steak. "Geotle
anes. Into tha office this afternoon
tber cam a sucker. He waa good to
look upon. In his hair there was hay-
seed. Among b la w Makers were long
straws. Ha waa tha Innocent of the
-And ha wanted stock T was asked.
-Better than that Tor stock be
cared not For tha land b cared a
-great deal Having purchased three
.mora cows, be most have mora land
for pasture. See?
- "But that land la a mountain peakT
exclaimed Mr. Graham.
8o I did not espials, bat aotbe la-
asceat man from tb valley seemed
ta know. . Ha said that tbe higher ap
a mountain be could get bis cows tba
higher price ha could get for bla milk
" And be will boy It T"
"If tb price la right Gentlemen.
It b up to aa to think. Have wa 4en
too bo nest? If sot, tbea why have wa
not met with prosperity? A too honest
man has too little to offer tba public.
Wa hare offered but CO per cent dirt
deads." "But tb savings banks offer only 4
Pr cent" protested Green, wbo was
responsible for putting tha mica dlTl
detoda so low.
"It Is true, but a savtags bank la
not a mica mine. It baa a rranlte
building, with bronze hinge on the
front doors, it has stained glass win
, down. It has a president wbo rides In
aa automobile It does not permit tha
faker to com la and sell suspenders
and lead pencils. Ah, a savings bask
la different very different"
"Bat a boat tha suckerr
"He will take that cow pastor at
1X500 and let as oat I am to let him
That's fire hundred apiece," said
"And Is a lump." added Graham.
AJ w-eajr tU ttemoney "sndj
adTertlse tba Arctic Peach company, i Untainted.
w:th dividends at 125. Tola time we ' Tempted by aa offer of considerably
Bxast sot be too honest The public t mor ,hn the property bad coat him.
Beauty rldea on a lion. Beauty rests
an necessities. Tb line of beauty la
tha result of perfect economy. Tbe ceil
of tha be Is bunt at that angle which
fives the moat strength with tbe least
was. Tha boue or quill of the bird
fives the most alar strength with tbe
"It Is the purgation of superfluities,'
aaia Nicneiangeio, There la not a
particle to apare la natural at rue (area.
There la a compelling reaaoa In the
sea of tbe plant for every novelty of
cotor or rorm, and our art savea ma
terial by more skillful arrangemeul
and reaches beauty by taklne- everv
auperfluoua ounce that can be a pa red
from a wall aad . keeping all Its
etrengtb la tb' poetry of columns. In
rhetoric this art of omission' la a chief
eecret of power, and la general It la
proof of high culture to aay the great
eat matt era la the simplest wry. Em
Square Neehe Mere Peeulsr Than the
The square ueck bids fair to have
the day this euumer if aigua point
aright Many of tbe new shirt walata
have tbes small squares Instead of a
round opeuing. tbe neck belug
trimmed with bands of lace or em
broidery insertion udtored at tbe cte
Having the hem of one'a go wo a
different shade from Ibat of the dree
FOINTIM TO UMPIHIt IV
Umpire Billy Kvana 'gives
young uuipa tbea pointers:-
"Never go on a ball Held with
a chip on your shoulder looklug
for an opportunity to show off
your authority. It doesn't par-
"A I ware put a player on hla
houor. Tbea you . will be re
spected. "Aa umpire halter la a man .
wbo la holding hla Job by a ala
lia thread, ready to be released
at anjr time, ray no attcutlon
TELESCOPE LENSES. '
The Small Haas Magniffea th Picture
Msde by th Large On.
People sometime wonder wby a tele-
acop baa two glasses, on at Ibe big
end and one at tbe little end. and tbey
want to know tbe difference. Tbe glass
at the big end la o gatberllgbt. It
la simply a big eye. If It Is a hundred
M7T"Umee bigger tbaa tbe eye In yrur bead
It wiu gather a hundred tlmea more
tight. It gathers tbe rays of light com
ing from a star and benda them all Into
common meeting point called a fo-
cns. which la a picture of tb a tar
Toa can look at this picture of the star
with yonr naked eye If yon like. But
you can see It better and examine It
more closely If yon look at it with a
small magnifying glass. And this Is
the glass at tb small end of tb tele
acop. It magnifies the picture made
by the big glass at the other end of the
Instrument All telescopes are built on
this principle.. Sir William nerecbW
was tbe flrst to arrange matters a lit
tie differently. He took away tbe
glase from tb big end and admitted
th rays coming straight Into tbe tube
la parallel line. Then at tbe bottom
of the big tube he placed a bright con
cave mirror made of burnished metal.
When the entering rays fell upon .this
mirror tbey were again bent to a point
called a focus, which waa tba picture
or tha atar-T look at this picture he
had to place th little magnifying glass
at ue aide of the tube because tbe
mirror had stopped up Its lower end.
Louis vill Coorier -Journal.
Reslp Fee Beauty.
If you have a lurry call to te bean
Oral without the time to work on te
tne permanent affair bere'a yonr
c nance: first wash your face with
warm water and almond meat Make
B sort of paste of thoaa thlnca end
wash ff with warm water and dry
lightly. Then apply your skin food
lest there be any reaction from the
drastic treatment to follow. Now
take a piece of lemon and ruS It over
the face till tbe akin amarti Rinse
again, this time with water that Is
gradually brought down from cool to
cold.- . .. . ..n
Too are, then ready for the final cer
emony. Hold a good slsed piece of
Ice in a towel and Iron youjfae wHh
It Then look In the glass. . This' has
been found aa absolutely reliable rec
ipe before asklag for the coveted new
bonnet ? ,
BIG CROSS COUNTRY RUN.
CBiua aniaop p
is one or tba crowded afreets of
New York a beggar waa Is tbe habit
f taking his stand every day ajtd. ap
pealing to the charity of the peaerre
by. . By means of a abort string be
held a dog. around the neck of which
card waa fastened with tbe words.
l Am Blind." A very kind old gen
tieman. wbo bad been la the habit of
dropping a penny Into tbe beggar!
Bat passed rapidly one morning with
out doing so. Instantly tbe beggar
rushed after him and asked for tbe
penny to be given, as usual. Tbe gen
Uemaa. turning In surprise, said:
"Why, I thought you were blind T
-un. no. slrr waa tb cool reply.
"It is tb dog that Is blind, aa th
Why a Heree Rolls.
uorse are fond of rolling on the
ground, and no animal more thorough
ly snakes itself than they da After
roll tbey give themselves s shake
or two to remove anything adhering
to the coat The habit la of much
service to horses living In open nlalns.
On being turned loose at tbe end of a
journey an Arab bora rolls la the
aaad, which acts aa blotting paper,
abeorbing exudations from tbe body.
A shake removes tbe sand, and tbe
coat aoon dries. Cavalrymen In hot
climate sometimes put sand on their
horses ss tbe simplest and quickest
way of drying tbem. rl borne Mags
' loves him not It sends him too few
checks. It ia then agreed tfcat the
sucker shall have this mountain peak
Tbe a-.-ker called next day. and tb
"- -losed. Tbe money was dl
vldet an-. b tire went their aepa
rat tWi v z .ej,,. uter when
Mr. Oreene Mr Ike.?! on the
Ton you eer st-Mited tbe 1st-
ter as be raised his tend t.kyward
"I see wbstr I
tne too bonest men. Too
aee sly ) per cent dividends. Toa
ase we make nothing."
X)h, yea. I sea."
"X4 Ta se tb sucker. Ton ee
tborow pa.tur. Ton see we aU outr
"res. I see an that"
. rB" t see, Ton cant aee,
yon will sever see. thai it waa a silver
mis was sold for 11.500 and tba In
sorest sucker la taking out 11.000.000
worth of oretx month? Oh, this too
Koch bAsearyi R will be the rota af
Our experiences teach aa that keep-
. lag tb blood linea Inbreeding aome
people call it will eventuality assert
Itself. But however good your breed
ers may nick, all will go for naught
If the youngsters are not well and
- carefully raised. They must be kept
: growing from start to flnlah, no let
; vpa, bo leasiog anything to cbanoe.
It must be one continual grind keep
them going. Thar the passport to
" blue ribbon winners. - r
On particular Item wa noticed this
winter was la a reconstructed house
formerly tight la severe weather thla
house waa one mass of frost on aides
and top. since the windows have been I
taken out end cheesecloth substituted.
. Cs house tA been aa dry a nan b.
Mr. Kreezus. wbo counted hla Mita
la millions, bad parted with bia sotrar
"Too didn't need tbe money." said
hla disgusted business partner, wbo
had Just beard of tbe tranaactlon,
"yet for a little filthy Incre yoo sold
that beaotlful born."
"I dldn'tr exclaimed tbe equally la
dlgnant Mr. Kreezus. "I sold It for
clean caabr-Tootb'a Companion.
Tbe peculiar magic In the tones of
bell Is doe to It striking not a sin
gle note., but a chord: tfd to obtain
the perfect octave entalle in Immense
amount of calculation as Well as skm
Tbe bell caster, therefore, has to be
not a mere mechanic, but a highly
Viscount Wears Hun Carries.
Vlseonnteaa d.txy. wife of a distin
guished French naval officer, wbo re
cently waa In Annapolis, weara rings
la her cars which are round and large
aa a silver half dollar. She baa
seemingly endless variety of these
huge ornaments, certain ones Tnsca
gold set In rubles, others diamonds
and aluminium, others pearls J em
eralds In filigree old gold. Ov A tbe
moat bixarre combinations h won
with a costume of cerise saOa an
mechJln lace and shows. three pigeon
blood rubles depending on over the
other In a hoop of thin Tuscan gold.
There are almllar ornaments on ber
bodice and a big-belt buck I In tbe
back made In the same way. Six bat
pus of exact design aa tb earrings
adorn th big black beaver trimmed
berise plumee and a bird of par-
HEALTH AND BEAUTY,
"What? Ton're engaged to Mr.
Brown? Then yoo won't marry Mr
Jones, after alir
"No. not after all. but r rhapa after
Mr. Browa.",MIlwaokeo rfews.
The egg shampoo Is one of the beet
to be obtained. It Is cleansing and at
the same time provides' food for tbe
acalp and balr, making It fine and
Use may be made of the almond
meal Jars and cream Jars of good else
by filling these with medicated cotton,
which Is employed for sppsying pow
der and liquids for tbe toilet one.
Excellent for sprslna la tbe starch
poultice. Pour boiling hot water on
atarcb, spread on linen and apply hot
Poultice may also be made of bona.
hemlock or charcoal. Medicated poul
tices may contain any drug ordered.
If Instesd of drinking a strong con
af tea or coffee when suffering from
a bad headache a woman would drink
a cup of hot milk abe would be more
apt to cure the pain, not becaue hot
milk baa medicinal properties, bnt be
cause It Is more easily digested than
tea or coffee and soot hen Inatead of
stimulates tbe nerves.
A clear, beskby complexion Is an Im
possibility for a woman wbo etays
much Indoors In winter. Vomen
should understand that tbe pores ss
much aa the lungs need fresh air and
failure to give It will -Imply make
tbem larger In tlirlreffott to breathe. I
ine ract of living In badly ventilated
rooms Is frequently tbe ranae of Urge
pores In tb face.
in Mining the banda tepid water
and a bland soap abould be used, and
alwaya dry tbem thoroughly. If tbey
are Inclined to cbap It la s good piss
to use a lotion composed of glycerin.
one ounce; rosewatcr. one ounce, and
tincture of benxoin. five drop. Rah
rew a rope Into tbe bands whenever
they are bathed. Use also before re
tiring and draw on a pair of large,
People who are told to use smoked
or colored glasses In tbe house aome
times find this Impracticable because
tbey Interfere so greatly with vision.
This objection Ioes not apply to or
Binary white glass set In conlike
frames so shaped that tbey cot off all
light aave that which come from tbe
front The protecting part mar b of
! wire ganxe. vulcanite or attcb Ilka.
Glasses to suit tbe vision may be set
In each frames, and tbe latter, even
without the glasses, are of use when
one reads by a light placed at the
. right or left of tbe bead. Another
food protection for tbe aide of tb eye
Is a pair of lenslese spectacles with
hinged side pieces of black glass.
Is a fashion thla aeaaoB. Tbe latest
models hsve a hem of a lighter rather
than a darker shads. Tbe girdle Is
usually of tba aatue material as the
Tbe elastic belt studded with steel.
Jet or colored beads; worked out In a
more or lees elaborate design. Is a
Straw Jack tar bata are already In
th shops for boys. Intended probably
for tbe little tou rials going south.
Sometime the brims are different In
color from tbe aqua re crowns.
Blabop dress, or thuue that are
gathered at tbe neck edge, are ex
ceedingly beceaUng to email children. -Tb
on shown on tb figure can be
mad plain or gathered and atayed
with a belt. maklnga more dainty
frock, yet Juat a en ally made.
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Th Engine Mus.
Several years ago workman were
digging bole for some telegraph p"le
loNew York, and Into ore of tbru a
poor Attle mouse fell. The tiny iri.
oner at first raced around the hole
frantically: then be seemed lo set his
wits to work. .The bole wa nerenil
feet deep, but be began In dig a ilral
groove around It from lite Ixiiioni.
working night and day. When he go
tired he built, little landings lo his
staircase where be con Id rest. The
workmen bsd become Interested In
him and gave blm food, and when on
the third day monale reached tbe ton
all tbe men cbeered him.
A Elephant Rep Walhse.
Tit elephant waa trained In th old
en time to perform many feats. Men
tion Is msde of on tbst walked ibe
iignt rope, and hot only near the
ground. If we roar believe what th
o.d writers say It also walked a rope
etretched above tbe beads of tbe spec
tatorj and carried a man on hla bark.
LOUISA ALC0TT MEMORIAL
Th Cencord Woman's Club Hesds the
Orchard House, formerly tbe home
of Loulna M. Alcott stands today un
occupied and In bad condition.
Tbe Concord Woman's club, throneh
the Interest and generosity of one of
Its member, baa been given an op
portunity to pnrcbaae tbls bouse at a
opening it to visitors sod malntalnlm
it as a permanent, memorial in uih
In this bonae "Little Women" waa
written, and little paintings and
sketches by Amy . may atlll be seen
upon the woodwork In some of ibe
rooma. Tbe bouse la almost unchang
ed In Ita general features, bnt now so
desolate If Is s pathetic algbt to every
one wbo has loved Ixiulsa Alcott'a
stories and tbe characters she created.
Miss Alcott's stories and characters
fcave given rleasnre and bad a great
and wholesome Influence on almost
every girl who has lived In tbe last
forty years, and It Is be I Te red that
many people tbe country over wIIbe
Interested to contribute toward the
preservation of tbls Alcott home. The
bonne and an trident land about It can
be bought and put In order for $8,000.
If thin sim caa be raised tbe bouse
will be repaired and placed In tbe
charge of a permanent organization,
which will maintain It as an Alcott
memorial. Tbe Concord Woman'a
club appeals to all lovers of Mlna Al
eott to help by contribution, large or
atnstl. Contributions mavb an
Henry V. Smith. Jr.. Middlesex Insti
tution Tor Ravings, Concord. Maas.
Over 800 entrants sre expected to I
face the starter on tbe IStb.
There la no more beautiful stretch of
country In New York stste than that
stretch of highland north of Yonkers
and south of Tarrytowa. Along Ideal
and blatoric roads the big race will
be run. Tbe course lie ever green
sward a quarter of a mile In length,
npblil and down dale, over a shallow
wbere gurgle a purling brook and
through a cornfield on to the famous
old Albany post road, through tb vil
lage made famoua In Frnlmore Coop
Ws "Spy" three tlmea. and each time
In a different direction. Rut h Is the
course picked out for tbe first big.
event outside or the Yonkera .Mara
thon to be run In Westchester county.
BIG CUE CIRCUIT PLANNED.
Amerieen Three Cushion Billiard
League Is the Letest Suggeetien.
Plans for the formation of an Amer
ican three cushion league have been
formulated In Chicago. A ten city cir
cuit In contemplated, with Washington,
Philadelphia. Baltimore, New Tork
and Plttsbnrg as tbe eastern end and
Minneapolis. Cleveland. Kanaaa City.
St. Louis and Chicago as the western.
The tonrnament will be run along
me aame noes aa those of tbe National
leagne. each city playing a home and
home series of three games each, start
ing In the fnlL ' . . .
Handsome Hand Bags.
Hand bags-we nsed to call tbem
reticule grow.. In else and beanty,
and tbe embroidery on some of tbem
la lovely. Very beaotlful are the bead
ones worked In a frame In a mart r
weaving design, which makes them
extra strong. The fashion for these
has developed a new Industry for wo
men, whose delicate fingers make It a
, appropriate work. Japanese em
uroinenes. Old brocade an1
st u its are an pressed I
and every woman wa
with her different dresses
to me several requirement
all have their uses,
Tttcher eaelsonoT IbetTEniir
Browns Is a brakeman on s freight
train in winter.
Manager Kred Clarke of tbe Pltts-
ourgs recommends running or walking
up stairways as the best possible
memos, or developing and strengthen
Ing a ball players legs.
if both of Detroit's candidates for
first base fall to deliver George Mori
amy will take the position. He Isn't
crying for the Job, but la willing to
oeip tne ciub out of a bole.
Manager Fred Tenny of Boston aaya
that Bobby I .owe was the greatest
Utility player that baseball ever knew.
Fred also says that Billy Hamilton
waa the greatest center fielder.
Eddie Noyes, the St.. Louis Ameri
can's new pitcher, looks and acts aa if
he will make some noise on tbe big
circuit tbe coming season. He Is sr
undergraduate at tbe University eg
Chlcsgo law school.
Pitcher Matbewson of the Giants' te
aid to have Invented or discovered a
new ball. It la a sure enough freak,
and It has been dubbed the "quiver"
on account. of the derided quiver of
the ball as It nearn the plate. Tbe
antics and gyrations of tbe sphere
make the onlookers marvel.
Put Yourself in the
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it una viiii wnri tniii .i. f .4
ofher t f?Tr 1 " ad-try to
Into tbe service. g ,n '.A u ? '"V.", IBrorn"IOB
nta m '? ,lk to find If you were an e
and anil Z I ZttV" ,ook,n ' "
. . . - I in mud, a
of ber f. I t a. ,w . .. T
BUblBI v. 0
M.trepelltan Junle Chmpinshlp
Event Prmlee ta Be Cerfc.ee,
Widespread Interest la being taken J
In the coming Metropolitan Junior
cross country rhaniplouahlp run, to bo
beld at Ilaatlnga-on the-Hudson. N. T,
April 13, and which will be refeceed.
Judged and timed by ofllclala from Ibe
Amalrur Athletic union of the I'nlted
fit a tea. All the crack teania In tbe east
are entered, and a hot fight for tbe
title Is anticipated. Among the clubs
to be represented la th coming events
are th. New Tork Athletic club, Irish
Americana,' Mott Haven A. t Acorn
A. A., Xavler A. A, Dlenco A. C-
Mohawk A. C. National A. C, Pea-
time A. C. Mobegaa A. C. riatbush
A. C, St. Mary'a A. C. Long Island
A. C- Hastings A. C Mercury A, C.
and Individual entries from a number
of the smaller clubs, members of the
Tbe greatest Junior rroaa country
team in the metropolitan district la the
Yonkers Y. M. C. A., wbo won lb Na
tional Junior cross country event at
Celtic park. New York.. Nov. 10. 1910,
and finished third In tbe National Ken-
lor cross country at Celtic park. New j
York. Nov. 20. 1010, Rpringateen. Con-
dlt, the Haatlnga high school s famoua
long distance' runner; Harden, : Frost.
Santbouae. Peterson, Holden of Rear-
boro, N. T.; Hermans and McCrudden
make up tbe team.
Th Mercury club t Yonkera., N. Y
made famona by Mike Irlscoll. bolder
of tbe Indoor two mile championship,
wtll enter a team of boys used to the
hills of Weetrbester, over which a part
of tbe Metropolitan course la laid, such
as Cbarll Appleyard. Pat Waleh, Al
bert Hayden. Nlcbotae Glanoropolla.
Warren Lefurgy, Ardell Cooper and
William Galvia. : 1
Another dangerous looking team of
Juniors Is th Irish Americans, who
ar T. E. . Hayes, J. J. Iteynolda, M.
I. Huyaman. J. Donnely, Y. Braalll,
H. A. Furbank. T. E. Nelson and Mike
Tbe Hasting A. C team will be i
Tony Itose, tbe plucky Indian ten mile
runner; Frank , Doerfler. Frank Howe,
Richard Arrbard, Frank Fuller and
D Al L
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Will You Help Us
Boost Your Own
By catfier, I year $3.00
Bythail, i year 2,00
Send in Your Name
A S.T.O RI A
Artist J O to Sept. 9; J 91 i
Commemorating tan One-Hundredth Anniversary of tha Ur J.
ettlement In th. Northwest and th pinning of the 0rs.".
try at Astoria, Oregon. Presentina Historical and Cro"on,w
turee, together w(Jth a .
Spectacular Marine ini Military Paed-
Olen Curtis., famoua aviator, wllj fly aver land and I"
PACIFIC COAST REGATTA
Th Greatest Aquatlo lyont Wb held Vhe WM.Cl. '
Historically This Cslebratlosss to be one of the Most Imp4
Evente to Tike plane Thla Year In tha United itatea,
- the ; i
Ofcgon-Washington Railroad -j
" Navigation Company
will avail tloketa from all polnta on Ita lines, Inoludlng brmehM
ONE AND. ONE-THIRD FARE
' - FQH THf ROUND TRI"'.
For further partloulara apply th Centennial Commit
Oregon, or to
A7m. nicMtiway, Gcn'l Pass.
...T!r. PORTLAND, OREGON -