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MORNING ENTEUrmsilV sAtUKPAY, MAY 20, 1911. '
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f His Jeweled
It. Cunt Near Breakinj $
By SARAhTg! BROWNE
Oopyrtstot ky AkwIcm Praaa Aim
eiaUo, UU .
Edwin Wbeaton ancestors Dad al
ways been rich. 11 tu burn and
raleo-tuld lb comforts of wraith,
but waa deprived of theui by lb leu
6eruess of bis heart. Never waa be
known to tarn deaf ear to any ap
plication, reasonable or unrrssomtble
At first when a friend applied to bint
for a loan be would writ blm a check
tor th amount Tben wben he could
not produce tb cash be would Indorse
tbe friends note, which b waa In
variably called on to pay at maturity
Ha canceled ibeoe obligations by tbe
sacrifice of bis property till It waa all
gone: tben bis Indorsements were oo
louger acceptable to bankers.
Loans, private rifts to needy Individ
Hals and charity subscriptions Anally
rednced Mr. Wbeaton property to tbe
following articles to wit: His ward
robe. Including one threadbare dress
. suit, one opera bat and one auuffboi
set with Jewels tbat bad com down to
him la tbe line of succession from bla
grandfather These were his assets
Bla nabtlltiea ware anndry small Mils
due to tradesmen, moat of which were
. considered uncollectible and many of
which the creditors would never press
n account of tb orders tbey bad Oil
ed to their debtor wben be waa rich
and on which they bad reaped large
Mr. Wbeaton dress suit and opera
bat were tbe only articles necessary
to his maintaining tbe position In so
ciety to which he bad been born. Tbe
lovable traits there were In blm. re-enforced
by an especially pleasant smile,
did the rest. He was loved by many
young ladles, bat all except one felt
that their fortunes or expectations,
however great, needed strengthening
father 'than weakening by marriage
Idas Florence Twlaa possessed a for-
"B1M1 IT TO ITS." HI (XSCLtnBI
tan In his wn right snd felt tbst
she would rather add to it Mr Edwin
Wbeaton with his dress suit, opera hat
and Jeweled snuffbox than another
man with stocks snd bonds and houses
I will not positively assert that Mr.
Wbeaton would have chosen Miss
Twlss In preference to the other yoang
ladies who were In love wltb blm. f ;r
bis heart was plenty large enough to
take them all la Their love evapo
rated tn tears snd sighs That of Miss
Twlaa materialized- ghe gave blm ev
ry ocouragemejtL He returned her
lov. differing from the loves be bore
the others In this that bla lov for
Mia Twins waa not anuffed oat a in
the other case by her announcing ber
engagement to soma one else.
Mr. Wbeaton waa emboldened to
propose to Miss Twlss. ghe knew very
well bla circumstances; bat. yielding to
natural destr tn girls to bother their
lovers, she asked him as to bis proper
ty. "It's Isrpely in notes." be replied.
"What k!nd of not ex r
"Loans sucb ss those In wblcb bank
Intent their funds."
"Wltb good security, I suppose?"
"First rate security."
"Bonds or resl estate?"
"Neither. Tbey all bear tbe nam of
an indorser." ;
"Mention some of tbem."
"Oh, tbat wouldn't be honorable, yon
know. Tbey wouldn't like to bav It
known that tbey are In the money
market for funds."
"1 understand. I wouldn't bav you
give your friends away for tbe world,
although tbey bav made permanent
loans of you 1 trust you bav held
to tbat jeweled snuffbox yon set
; so much store by."
, "I certainly have." be exclaimed,
;f with great prtd in having preserved
"; om thing.
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-!!-- ," Twli TU ""'f" hm credit for another pair of
'IJT.. m "UBU gin
, ukm w. a a man wun a Dean
'' so big that property I reduced to one
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If Th Morning Enterprise Is to b aa
City demand It must needs have th
big work bfor it la boosting Oregon city gad Clacksm County. Tour
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n1 vw jrwr isim nd romlttens ' " - .
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Tba I may hopr "
Tea, yo may hops."
"And Kmay have a kiss, mayn't If
Oo llitl bit of a on
,. Wbeaton rook the kiss, and la this
respect It aeemed thai be waa as good
at borrowlug aa be waa at landing, for
be drew on the permission till the c
count was frightfully overdrawn.
v Now. It happened that Mr. Wbeaton
was sadly In need of shoes. Like moat
people who do not know when, how
and why thy are most attractive, be
deemed ft essential to the success of
bla suit with Miss Twlaa that be
should keep up appearance. He did
Dot res I lie that bla necessities were
his chief asset with tbe girl who
loved hi in. lie went to a fasblooabl
bootmaker la the hope of- being pels
mltted to enlarge bla already site ble
account by an order for' another pair
of boots. While be waa endeavoring
to soften the man s heart bo waa hor
ror stricken at seeing tbe object of
bis love enter the shop.
Wbeaton, seeing no way of retreat,
advanced toward Miss Twtss and
greeted her as heartily aa If ho were
really delighted to see her. Bh bad
com In to order footwear and waa
surprised to loam thst Mr. Who too
had hla boots mad by her shoemaker
He turned tbe topic of conversation
to other matter and aa soon as pos
sible got away from Miss Twlaa and
The lattee conceived . tb Idea of
taming this chance meeting In hla
shop to account. He saw la It way
to collect hla unpaid bill against
Wheeton. Knowing tb young man's
tdlosyncradea well, be sent a woman
to him to solicit charity, directing' her
to say that Mhta Twtss sent her. Whe
ton considered tbat all between blm
and bla lov was at stake. It would
never do for blm to refuse to give to
a solicitor who had been sent to blm
by the lady he hoped to marry . . Ask
tng tbe lady to wait, be took hla snuff
box around tbe corner to a pawnshop.
borrowed $25 on It and gav tbe moo
ey to the solicitor.
Miss Twtss had notlred Mr. Whe
ton's embarrassment wben ahe bad
met-blm at the shoemaker' and dl
Ttned the cause. She thought the
matter over and sent a messenger to
the shop, directing blm to pay Mr.
Wbeaton'a bill and take a receipt.
The shoemaker, supposing tb ,tne
aenger to com from Wheal on. receipt
ed his bill, which amounted to $20.
and returned $3, with a not confes
sing th stratagem by which be bad
collected th account.
Of coarse th not snd the surplus
amount went to Miss Twins 8 he waa
very mocb surprised and at the same
time amnsed She Inferred thst tbe
last articl possessed by her lover, tbe
snuffbox, bad gone to pawnbroker
8b telephoned Mr VTbeaton tbat she
would Ilk him to call.
Ned." she said when n cam. "1
have had a long atrnggl with myself
about .accepting you Too bav been
Improvident, or. ra tber. so tender
hearted, that everything you bad baa
goo except your Jeweled" anuffbox
My heart. I am sorry to say. bsa tii
emptied over my: better Judgment. I
will marry you. but I am determined
that tb one thing you possess shall
not be bestowed on some leach or for
charity or And Its way to th pawn
shop. Bring It to me." ah concluded
"Not tonlgbtr exclaimed Ned. both
delighted nd In mortal dread.
Tes, tonight Too hive not far
"But, you know. It la an heirloom
I most have time to consider tbe pro
priety of parting with It It baa been
bequeathed to th eldest son of th
kleat son. to go down In that tin for
ever. Have I right to glv It to any
Tbat'a th reason I wish It I de
sir to make sure that It goes to your
"No more "bat.' please, bat tb
maffbox. If yoa refuse m I shall
sonslder that yon don't trust me; that
yon lov the box better than yoa lov
"Too know that I love yon."
"Then prove rt Go and get th
But, sweetheart darling 1 can't
get it before morning. Sensible of my
disposition to let things slip through
my Angers. I put It In safe place."
Tb girl smiled.
"It Is in a safe." be added.
"On who haa a deep Interest U
An Interest of S2& Come, Nad. I
know where your snuffbox Is. Too
pawned It to get tb money you gav
th woman I sent yon to get a subr
script ion for tbe orphans home."
Ned bowed bla bead.
"Why did you yield to hrf
"Consider tbe poor , fatherless and
"Too ar very weak."
1 know It. How I ever Interested a
girl so superior to myself I can't con
ceive." " .
If I marry yon I fear you'll glv
way everything I posses."
"1 dont see now I can do tbat sine
yon possess if
"Well. I'm to a very despondent state
of mind today about your pawning th
snuffbox Com and see me tomor
row." Ned borrowed a dozen or more kisses
and left her much relieved tbat th
affnlr had not Induced her to break
with htm forever H went from bar
In the shoemaker who bad Jeopardised
him and so represen(a4 the enormity
rf Ulm aFamm 4Kb. kA -A
. 1 hi u ii iuai tuv ur 111. 111 inn
Mr Bn(1 , wi...ton . m.i4
and seem to ret on very wall. H
successful as th Interest of Oregon I
support of all. Th new daily ha
tern f Queen Mary's Social
Mevea wages the Casks TseC
good many people are wondering
whether Queen Mary la going to merit
th sobriquet of Mary the Tactless
Since she cam to th throne aud re
alised that her pet aversions, the
American dollar prlucesses. wet quite
capable of taking ofToue and pacglug
Off with their money to some more
boapltabl capital, conrt circles have
mad every effort to contradict tbe
persistent rumor thst th queen la
anti-American. Th belief, however,
baa by no mean been shaken by the
appointments mad In th readjust
ment of th court and th distribution
of social prises In th bap of coro
For Instance, Queen Alexandra bad
as on of her coronation canopy bear
ers th yoang and charming Due hens
of Marlborough, formerly Mlse Con-
snelo Vanderbllt of New Tork. Kvea
tb duke'a relation uphold her In her
difference with her basliand. Tbe
I charities of tb duchess ar such aa
I should commend her to queen ap
preciative of good works, yet Queen
Mary seemingly put a alight on Amer
icans by omitting the Marlborough
nam from tb list of her four canopy
bearers" and reappointing the three
other dorbesae who had officiated at
Queen Alexandra's coronation. In
P'"0 ,D r,hese of Marllrougb
th queen named the Duchess of Ham
tlton, a selection tbat baa caasetl Eng
lish society rnP with surprise, for
on of the other canopy bearer Is
also the Duchess of Montrose, and the
ancient fend of Hamilton and Mont
rose baa been renewed. It came
about In this way: Th 1st Dnke of
Hamilton had only one child, a dnnirh-
ter. Lady Mary Douglas-Hamilton, to
whom be wss devoted. The bclr to
th title, th present duke, was a dis
tant kinsman. It was possible for tb
duke to alienate much of the Ham
ilton wealth from tbe estate, and whet
be died be willed everything he could
to his d.i tighter
One of the Hamilton richest pos
sessions wss the hlnnJ of A men.
here thev reigned as sovereigns
Houses snd lands, securities, art treas
ures, everything not entnllol whs will
ed to Lady Mary by her fnthcr. so that
wben the present, the thirteenth, duke
moved Into Hamilton palace Its walls
were almost bar. The duke - ps un
able to appear In society or even keep
op appearances until be marrti'd Miss
Nina roore, an Engllb heiress.
Neither th duke nor tbe duchess
bav ever forgiven this alienation of
th estste. and when Lady Mary Ham
ilton married th Marqula of Graham,
beir of th Duk of Montrose, the an
cient feud seemed to be about to be
revived. English society Is larpe. and
hitherto th two proud Scottish duch-
hare been able to move like
atara. each ill her separate orbit, but
their Joint appointment aa canopy bear-
era to th queen la drawing them to
gether and In a manner that cannot
fail tn nmvnk ftnMtlntu nf rrenlMij-
ta which neither I likely to yield.
Tbe Hamlltons ar th direct de
scendant of tb Douglas famous In
th days of Bruce, while th Montrose
descend from that Montrose who fell
victim to th treachery of the "fals
Argyll." Th Argyll of today happens
to be tb queen's nncle-ln-la w, husband
of th king's aunt. Princes Louis.
Tb house of Hamilton bold Itself In
no way Inferior to royalty, baring of
ten Intermarried with It and being
lineal descendants of tbe bouse of
Qay Foulards and Brocsots.
Everything Indicate the pre-emi
nence of foulard tbla season, tbe best
having dlmlnutlv designs, which are
printed' wltb startling clearness tbat
la, tber ar no blur. A spot, bow-
aver tiny, to fully revealed. A square
spot Is noticeably effective, and tber
ar stripe galore, from th closely and
evenly placed pin Un . to th most
bizarre combination. '
At present the disposition is to tem
per th rich brocade by veilings. Thus
beauteous Ivory and old gold bro
cade had half It glories concealed be
neath tunic of purple nlnon, tunic,
however, that was split right up to th
waist either sld and was furthermore
enhanced by gorgeous nroderl of
future be accepted mlnu any veilings.
Among th . Bhubelltes In Oregon
City Saturday were Mr. Kllnger; Her
man Moebnk. John Bluhm and Rob
. The baseball gam Sunday after
noon between Bnubei and Logan re
sulted In Shubel ' favor S to 4. Thla
makes four successive game.
8om cattle from an outside district
ar apt to be taken up her some of
these dsys if not kept at home. No
cattle' ar allowed .to run at large In
this precinct, and th owners ar ad
rlsod to watch their atock. -
Georg Klrbyson. who was home
for few, days, bat gon down th
rjrer again to work at hla old trad.
Read h Morning Enterprise.
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GREEN & MERRILL
burvsyers an Oraftamen
AM work promptly and accurate
ly den .
Subdivision a Specialty
Room 14, Matonlo Ids..
Ofilc Phn No. U03 Oregon
Rss'dsnca phone Main 1171
WHY STOVAU'SWORK IS PQ0P
Clevslsnd's First Dstemso la Ptsullsr
, Victim f Playing Bands Lsjsis.
For several iiiiis t'li-velnni funs
have been askliuc. Wlmt U tlu- uiHtt.r
with Georg Stovull? Tlnt taa de
mum! that tb club gft a Ursl m ktr
of ttM'callbor of Hal t haw. Tbo .VaW
tnanaBtineut bits trl.nl out luuuy Uiftl
on tbe Initial be lu Ibe'lust few sen
sons, but all have Imhu sout back to
tbe minors, aud Stovnll still coutluuoa
to be guardian of the Initial tut Km
The real answer to the qttcstlon asked
by the fane to abort. One sow vf alt
letter. L- J-o l e. iiwrrs It all.
Georgo appears to Iwve suffcretl from
working beside oue of Ihe gn'aUtit
Dlaycrs In the country for sevrml
years It Is a pocullur ctisc f a. stnr
ball player spoiling the ileldlug ability
of a medlocr ouo.
Stovatl iierhaps ver le grwuud
round first be than any other first
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Photo by American Prase AssotSalloa.
, rrovAtu rLBVBLajio'a rtssr
aacker In tb- American league, and
all because for a a umber of years lis
has been working beside th peerless
Lajol. who not only covered all of
bla own territory, but also a good por
tion of Htovairs. --
Any Nap fa will tell you tbat 8to
vaU'a greatest weskness Is going to.
bis right after a grounder. He simply
csn't get over th ground.
Stovall Isn't naturally a shirker; he's
good, hard worker, and be ba plen
ty of baseball brains, bat he to getting
fearfully weak In fielding. Going to
th left be is as good as any of them,
and be has mad some remarkable
catches. Ue la lust unfortunate In
tbat be ha bad to play beside on of
tbe most wonderful players In tb
CRAWFORD IN, GREAT SHAP
"Wane Sam" . Playing a , Wesoarful
. Oam Fee the Tigers.
When the last season drew to
close It wsa tb general opinion tbat
Sam Crawford, tb Detroit A merino
heavy bitting outfielder, waa on tbe
down grade aud that this would prob
ably be , hi laat season In a major
league. Today Crawford Is leading
th American league batters wltb an
average considerably over .4X), and
h to playing a better game of ball
than be ever ba played befor In bis
There Is no doubt that a player of
Crawford's disposition would be af
fected by any misunderstanding he
might have with a teammate, and his
quarrel with Cobb undoubtedly threat
ened to end bla day of usefuluss to
tb Detroit club. ' But th difference
between this wonderful pslr of bit
ters has been smoothed over, wltb tb
result thst Crawford and Cobb a r
playing great ball the daya and are
really , responsible for tb brilliant
snowing the Tigers bav mad to dot
Crtekst te 0 Livelier.
To mak cricket livelier English pro
gressives are to narrow tbe bat and
mak th stumps higher. It takes
three days to play a mstcb under
present rules. Th new bat will be
three and a half inches wld Instead
of four and a quarter.
Fred Clarke caught ten file In left
tb other day-record for tb season.,
Davy Altlzer I playing better ball r.t
shortstop for tb Cincinnati Red than
any on has sine tb days of Tom
Corcoran when b was la his prim.
Captain Harry Davis of th Athletics
ha not bora bitting tb ball wlib any
degre of luck thla season. . Dan Mur
phy, however, to bitting enough to
mak up for th two.
Jake fit a hi ha been forgotten br
Boston fnns. Catcher Williams, who
was drafted from tb Buffalo club. I
filling Rta Ill's hoes a first bssetnan
for tb Red Box In splendid atyl. .
Vincent Campbell, who bad decided
to retire from baseball to enter busi
ness, a Dow clamoring for cbanc
to be taken back by Mannger Clarke.
Baseball looka good wben yon ar on
tb outdid looking In. . .
Ty Cobb rubs tobacco Juice Into all
of bis new bate, so that tho business
end of th stick 1 rough. Billy Bulll-
van and Manager Dnffy of tbe Sox ob
jected to these bate when tbey were In
uetrou recently, but iS ruling of th
umplr was tbat they war all right-.
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When slckuess orft troubl
mskes tb ebrow4f sjril tbe followltlf
Ionic, whk h Is suu hh1 for tb
lashes, -uiay be usod:
LavsmUr vlasaar unos
riuld estrset of lsrb.ran.ll...,. I Ursroa
Fhske the Ingredients In a Imttl un
til they ar mixed, then apply tb lo
lion to tbe eyebrows wiiu to orow
brush and to th laslies with tiny
ramel'a hair brush, sucb aa Is used
for pulling on I.kIIu. But bfor
oncliliis' the lashes the brush must
be shaken of th drop and paased
lightly along Ihe edge of tb lids only,
extreui care lelng takeu not to get
tb least molstur Into the ey Itself.
If lr any cbanc tb lavender vinegar
required for th formula la not pro
curable It can h mad at bom from
this; , ,. ''
Oil nf lavn1or. H sunes
OH of bsrasmot , H rm
nil of Umon drsr
Tlnrtur of smhererls...j I ounc
Whit wins vliwsr 1 pint
RscilfMI spirits H at
As only two and a half ounce of
th vinegar will im ueeded for tb
tonic, tbe rest can be kept for other
purposes. A little of It put In
spong hstb Is moat refreshing and
soothing to tb akin and nerve.
' Restful Brsn Baths.
- Beside sofnnliig and v hltcnlnx th
kin. warm bran bulbs ar soothing
Bran baths can b taken so est'y
and cheaply at bom tbat tb highly
atrung woman should experiment wun
Get perk of bra a at a feed store.
It Is much cheaper than buying 11 In
prepared bags or getting bran ruli-
ture at a drug store, '
Mak a number of rbeosecloth bags
bout twelve turbo square. Leav a
small, opening at on corner to bold a
funnel neck and fill with-bran untB
tbe bag Is half full. -
Run a tub .quarter full of hot water
and put tb bag In It several minute
before It Is to be used. After soaking
aqucet well until tbe wsler ! Iirown
Do not stsy too long tn tbla hath
and rest for fifteen minutes afterward.
In cases of extreme nervnnenes tb
rest Is followed by a brisk rubbing
with cocoa butter.
If your skin I losing Us original
delicacy here la cold cream which If
osed for week or two on every third
night will help to bring your skin back
to Its original tettur.
Mix together on ounc of sperma
ceti, half an ounc of pur whit wax
and a quarter of a pint of almond oil
Hive them In glased earthen war
pot and atlr tbem by gentl beat
until tbey ar quit dissolved. '
Then dd six drops of attar of rose
and about th am quantity of purest
glycerin. ' '
S Bstn Tni.
Tb se salt wster hath 4 much pri
cribed by physicians for Its tonic
properties and taken two r three
times a week leave delightful Bens
of Invlgoratlon and freshness. A bag
of sea aalt may be purchased at any
drug store. A handful of tbe salt dis
solved In th tub will provide a a
sit bath for thus who ar far from
tb ocean. ' .
. Sachets Pee th Hair. '
Th girl who like Just a faint odor
of perfume to ber hair should not pour
toilet water on It as many do. A bet
ter plan to to rub lit II sachet pow
der Into her rat or Into tb center of
tb balr puffs. This gives thst de
lightfully cluslv odor which to tbe
prid of tb dainty woman.
Working In Qlsr.
. Working la glsr Is quit aa InJuri-
ous to tb sight as working In too dim
a light and both should be carefully
voided by all who have any consul
oration for their eyes. . Also It must be
born In mind that poor health often
toads to Indifferent; sight . .
Freckle Ltlen. ,
An old lotion for freckle to mad
by mixing one part of powdered borax
wltb three parte of powdered white
sugar. Add to this no much lemon
Juice will Just dlasolv tb powdet
and no mor. After some day strain.
A. Warning. ;
Although powdered orris root enters
Into scores of recipes. It la by no
means entirely free, from Injurious
properties. Many people get a bad
rash from th application of orris.
Scented Tsoth Pewdar.
Orris root and prepared chalk to
quit aim pit tooth powder and may
be purchased at your druggist's or
blended by yourself, one-third of tb
rrl root to two-thirds of cnslk. -. ,
Whitening, th Hands.
For redness at the bands beat u
get tier one ounc or cienr noney, oiu
on nee of almond -oil. tbe Jnlc of
ernon and th yolk of a raw egg. A
ply at night to tbe hands.
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Miss Helen Smith n'r'n1
mnat iiirhfiil manner at Dr ,
In Caaemah on Friday n'"1
antarlalnmant consisted Of VOCM
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insirumenuii ,muv - - .
hugh bunchoe of snowball", ic
and cake were servsd. " 1
Thos present were Mli 0"" '1
lor. Miss Msy McCleery,
Color, r Merrill Callssy.
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