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MOKNINQ ENTERPRISetHUKSDAY. yOVKMDKU 2, 1911.
HOME FROM A
V By WILTON G. EIDOKS ,,
Ospvrtght ky iurtna frtam Aao
I eoarted Naoce while 1 waa rla' la
m, and a nan court Ui' a r that way
Aula k mmM Kk fmm
a crust that some teller baa stepped
J la and carried her off. but Nance waa
aa much aat oa n aa I was oa her.
: and evecy tin I docked oa a hotne
comla' aba was atandin' at tb door
of her lather's cottage wsrla to ma.
, After we was married aad wa got
, v lata our evi house around th point
where' the light stands, whenever 1
rounded It to make the harbor, there
waa Nance a warln' to ma. But on
Urn comln' In from a cruise when 1
rounded th point Nance wasnt there
to war ta me. My heart sank down
Into my boots, tor aba could V seen
Bj lilt n villas aaaaa -asaa-tr mnw. aasrw
'. of my Jib and the lurch of my ship aa
WTU mam kmw an- own uiuujvi.
. Nance and I had been married Sv
i years Without gettbV a kid- It waa
the oaly disappointment we had.
Nance said and I knew that If aha
had a UtUe one to keep her company
whoa I was at saa aha wouldn't be so
lonsaom. But th kid dldnf come,
and wa b3ea to feel that wt waa
7 doomed to be one o' them couples that
go through Ufa ma kin' a baby oat of
a dog or a rat or soma other animal
..' Bat th day' I got back and Nance
. wasat at the door to ware to me 1
; wasat thin kin' about what 1 couldn't
' git. bat what I feared Td lost. Tba
snoment wo toached the dock I tamed
the ship over to the first mate and
i steered a direct coarse to my house.
Whea l got there 1 found the door
anlocheq. This reitevea ma some
what.' for 12 my wife had died "whileT
at sea the house would 'a' beea
. closed up. 1 want In. my heart beat
la with a hope V seein' Naac either
la tha Urla' room sewla' or In the
J kite hen or . somewhara Awrnstalrs.
But aha was aot there, and I made
' , a dash upstairs for her bedroom. The
door to that 1 found locked. I knock
ad. bat got no answer.' 1 could hear
voices burfde talkln' low. but nobody
said anything to me.' I hollered oat:
f "I want to know It my wife la dead
or alive H
."' Tbea a woman's voice, strange to
' ass. said: "fine's very morn aHve, but
. hasat beea well for a few days.
A She's an right She saw tha ship
coma to from her window."
'" "Watt, why tha dickens cant I some
aad give her a hog7"
' "It wouldn't do for you to come In
Just now. 1 cant explain, why. but
' wbea we're ready foe you well let
- yoa know."
TAH right rm wanted at tba ship.
Tn go there and coma back la a coo-
- pie a hoars."
As I was gota down Uw stslrs I
Ward the funniest sound comln' from
tba room t aver heard. At flmt It re
minded me of a distant f ok bom, so
' far away that a maa would have to
strain his ears to hear It Then I
thought It wasn't tUe a foghorn nei
ther. It was mora like soma one try
la to talk with a sore throat. I didn't
Uka the Idea leavtn' everything to
my mate oa Just gettln' Into port, so
I dldnt stop to make sny more In
quiries. I Just went on across the
point toward the dock.
fteaealn a high hit of land, I turned
to take a look at tha house I bsd left
kind a wonderln', and If I dldnt see
a maa comln' out o the front door
ITl be Jiggered? . What did it mean?
Hare was I kept out o my wife's bed
room snd a man la tha house. A hor
rible suspicion took possession of me.
But with a gasp I got back my confi
dence In Nance, snd then I remember
ed that the voice In the room with her
wss a woman's. Bo I Just went right
oa to the ship.
I found that she hod been docked
without sny accident, but there was
a tot of things to do that can only be
done by the master of s ship tbct's
Just come In from a cruise, and I didn't
git away from the ship till the day
was about over. Then 1 started bnr-k
home, beginnln' sgsln to wonder what
wss the mean In' of all the strange
things thst had happened. Homepln
must a-gone wrong durin' my sls"uee.
sad they wss fix In' things op to break
It to me.
When I walked Into the house 1
heard some one In the kitchen snd.
join' there, ssw s young woman In s
striped dress cookln' a bird. Nance
wasn't the kind to spend money for
such dellcseies, and I marveled some
"Sea here." I said to the gal. "some
pin gone wrong since I been sway.
A trouble has come into this bouie,
and I want tn know right off what's
By jlng. she burst out s-larflo'.
"I reckon you'll And It some trouble."
she said, "before you git through with
It Such happenln's slways turn s
house upside down. It's nev-r the
same place It was before. But wast
a minute till I put this bird on s tmr
and we'll go up t sirs."
Purty soon she started. I follerin.
Oa tha way I heerd thst hoarse talkln'
sound agln. The young woman asked
me to open tha door, she boldln' the
tray with both hands, and I saw Nance
lyin' In bed look In' pale, but ami I In'.
,' and a nine pound lump o flesh beside
Then I understood tha bull scheme.
She bad planned a surprise for me. I
' Jlst took bar and tha little duffer In
my anna, and that was tha happiest
i moment & my life.
HERE AND THERE.
Tha Fashions la Detashshla Cedars.
Taffeta til to t P-spatae.
Nearly all tha detachable collars
round, sailor or shawl shaped -are
brought to tha front la a point tcha
faehtoa and are finished with a fancy
(soot or tie.
Moire has beea less ased tha a was
looked for at tha beginning of tha sea
son, but It ta mora than likely to re
turn to tsror later tor cloaks and area
log gowns. '
Sailor collars of broderta anglais
are used oa all kinds at dresses. The
collar foundation la of soma contrast
ing shads of taffeta Bilk.
Taffeta la one of tha materials that
are promised a great ma this winter
Already milliners aad dress ma ken are
suing It for hat trimmings, drewes snd
dress trimming. Some of tba evening
gowns la taffeta silk ara opened up to
oaasMEBO BLOtrsa modeu
show ander dresses composed entirely
at Valenciennes insertion and frilling.
Tha blouse that is made of trans
parent fabric over lace or other fancy
material la very chic Here Is one that
Is aa simple aa It Is attractive, Tha
fronts ara overlapped, and the closing
Is made at the back. In this case the
simple guliape lining is of all over lace
aad tha blouse Is of marquisette band
ad with silk. JUDIC CnOLLET.
This star sfantoa psttera ta eat la slsrs
fMm &4 tA m hwhM huit nMiur MmnA
IS cents to this ofllee, siring number, Titt.
sad It will be promptly forward 1 to yos
VT BU - IX- m tmmjw mwua mm wkjww
two cant stamp for totter posts, which
NEWS OF SKIRTS.
There Is a Decided Introduction a
Fullnees en the New French Models.
Tha Introduction of mora fullness In
skirts la the latest dictum of fashion.
Tha Baa da ta Pais Is bringing Oat
models tn which fullness has a decid
ed place. Narrow flouncea are seen on
tha hems of dresses fsshloned of chlf
ton and gauze.
Width to skirts Is also Introduced by
tiding- tba skirt at the side from
A OOOU WALK ISO SgntT.
waist to beta, inserting an loTerted
point of some contrasting material or
Plaits thst lap under snd are only
noticeable when the wearer walk is
soother wsy of obtaining new skirt
i The straight wide hem and the bund
of satin finishing skirts hare claimed
the attention of faahionable women for
so long s time that a change of this
sort Immediately calls attention to it
self. In evening skirts a dainty model of
silk muslin has a group of lace frills
set close to the hem. The bodice is al
most entirely of lace, forming s flchu
effect A sash snd girdle of soft peach
pink satin complete this simple cos
tume. The six gored fklrt Is a favorite one
of the season, and the model Illustrat
ed Is quite novel. It is made with In
serted plaits at the sides over narrow
panels, and these plaits mesn freedom
In walking, while the essential narrow
effect Is maintained.
This Mar Manton pattern Is cut In sites
fur mlmea of fourteen, alresn and sight
sen ysara of sss. Bend U cents to this
office, giving number, TJ. trid It will be
promptly forwarded to yo by malt If
tn hasta send an additional two cent
stamp for letter pestags, which insures
mors prompt delivery.
Mike (In bed. to alarm clock as It
goes off-! fooled yea that time. I was
nut aslapa at alt Punch. '
A Russian Banknote.
Tba 100 ruble note of Russia la bar
red from top to bottom with all the
colors of the rainbow, blended as when
shown through a prism. In tha center
In bold relief atands a large, finely ex-tN-nted
viguetta of tba Empress Cather
ine 1. This la la black. Tha other en
graving to not at all intricate or elabo
rate, bat la well done In dark and light J
browa and black Ink. . ;
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Toe Busy Fee Business.
In a amull town tha -as "finished
before the wsr. two uw .era playing
checkers In the Lk of a store. A
traveling man who waa making his
first trip to the town was watching
tba game, and not being acquainted
with tba buslnesa methods of tba cltl
sena, ho called the attention of the
owner of the store to some customers
who bad Just entered tba front door. '
"Sb! Sbfanawered tba storekeeper,
making snot her mora oa tha checker
board. ."Keep perfectly quiet and they
will go oof- Er sty body's, .'
ftesd ts Morning fDntorprtra.
.. - ' '".
Afte ten months of conH tt:
BIG LITTLE Clackamas Cotinty Daily is tead is more than a thous
and Clackamas County homes every day
This is 2000 short of the mark set by the Publisher for
the first year, so in order to interest that many new Sub
scribers in Morning Enterprise, November and December
will be a bargain period for subscribers. .
During Bargain Period, which ends December 31,. 1911,
Morning Bnterpris can be secured an Entire year BY MAIL
FOR $2.00. DELIVERED BY CARRIER in Oregon City,
Gladstone, Parkplace, Willamette, etc., Bargain Period
Price for an entire year will be only $3.00
YOU CAN HELP. Tell two of your neighbors about
this offer, induce them to subscribe and get your own re
newal for next year at the same reduced rate. Are you on?
Then boost for Morning Enterprise, the only paper publish
ing four pages of LIVE CLACKAMAS COUNTY NEWS
EVERY DAY IN THE YEAR BUT MONDAYS.
Heart to Heart
By EDWIN A. NYE.
ARC YOU ENVIOUS?
"There Isn't a bsppy face there."
That Is what Miss 1-eorjora Broke w.
a society girl, ssys about tbe faces
she knows In tbe high society rircles
which you snd I know about only
through tbe Sunday newspaper fea
Miss Brokaw la not deceived.
She grew so tired of tba social life
of New Tork she went out to Mrs.
Belmont's farm, donned overalls, lived
tbe simple life and ssys she bss bsd
tbe only good summer, since she wss s
Thera'a Julia French.
Miss French Is heiress to a 1 good
share or tbe Vanderbllt fortune. A
few weeks sgo she shocked the "Pour"
rjnndred by her elopement and mar
riage to Jack Ueraghty. a chauffeur.
8be says of tbe millionaire circle:
"1 always bated thst society. The
people are todvapld for ma. Real men
ara a rarity among them. Tha women
ara superficial and heartless They
bareo't lima even, to be kind. ' ,
Mrs. On rude La n man, who was a
social leader la an eastern city, who la
cultured and traveled and counts her
wealth by millions.' ssys aba can And
no real pleasure In society. Bbe bos
given It all op to be a nan. "s
And another: ' .: I
M-'Ba t.'sr JT'raf, Ciazhiff ot a rich
" ; ' . -.
FbilndelpbUio. who bas 'very cbHiMf
for social advancement, will eichnnue
Its gayety for tha veil of tbe sister
hood. One more:
Mrs. I-oul Bryao. wife of a Cblrsgn
millionaire. Is suing her husband for
divorce becanfle be does not give ber
money enough, whereas -she has re
ceived $40.xk a year pin money and
there are sixteen automobiles In tbe
garage at ber e trice.
Are yon who think yourself nnbappy
beraose you are poor really envious of
Not a bsppy face there.
Of course not. The choloa of these
people Is between Idleness snd dissipa
tion two roads both of which lesd to
satiety and world weariness.
Happiness Jles along the Una of pur
poseful , endeavor and sacrifice. It
comes Incidentally and may not be
In, all the grimacing group not
Whst. we wondor., would happen to
tht London ma anger nowadays who
should dsre to put on tbe stave snb
a version of s Rhskesptaresii tragedy
ss wss played In Ireland orer a hun
dred years sgo? Mrs. Enrte In her
book. "Memoirs and Memories," glvss
a Dublin playbill of 1703 which is well
Tha play was the tragedy of 'Ham
let' originally, written and composed
by tha cslebrsted pan Ilayea of Lim
erick and Inserted In Shakespeare's
works.' The title role Is taken by a
gentleman "who between the acta will
perform several solos on tba patent
bagpipe which performs two tunes at
tba same tlms."
An Ancisnt Typewriter.
Though It is only within com pom
tlvely recent years Hint the tyewrltcr
has come to play Its sll liiix.rtnnt pnrt
In. business life. It Is quite an sm leni
Instrument, having been Brat prodm-ed
In Cnglsnd nearly 2)0 years auo. On
Jan., 17. I7M, -there was grunted to a
Mr. Mills, an engineer In the employ of
tba New River rompiiny. a patent for
an Invention described by hint a 'nn
artificial machine for the tmpresNlny
or transcribing of letters, singly or pro
gressively, one sfter another ss lu
writing, whereby alt words tuny lie en
graved ou paper or purcbtuent so neni
and eiact as not to be distinguished
Licorice was once highly esteemed
medicinally, snd Its cultivation In F.n
land began early In the reign of Queen
Klliaheib. It wss thought a sovereign
remedy for coughs and at one time whs
a rery profitable crop. Its asms come
from two Oreek words signifying
"sweet root." The root waa flmt Im
ported from Spain. ' ,
rutin perlis! In UU boyhood whoti
Dr. r'n-derlf k Van Eeden hud lo re
frain from exertion on tils eyes hs te"
gsn to raise silkworms and had thou
sands of Ihcni tn the suriotts attics
of his boms In tlollnnd. lie collected
mulberry leaves for them, nml. he
says, "when you entered the room the
sound of their voracious feeding was
Uka a summer rain on the foliage."
Apples and potstotii aueu frown rsn
be restored in km1 condition If they
art thawed -.lowly Km wlieu thawed
rapidly they become flabby and auuu
decay. The carpet" and other cover
Ings we place over 'plauts )n winter
do not prevent their frevslng . and
thawing, but they do prevent tbeir
freeslng and thawing too quickly;
hence the benefit
REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS.
Albert and Dells O, Tata to William
Gardner land In section 14.
t south, range sast; $T.V
Jacob and Caroline B'',,rrf
Bamuel gtuckey, land In J. ft 0
1). L C-, township 1 and I onia.a
: east; 4.400. ' .
C. A. and James Darts tt
Ptuart.K tn. pperson's Afl"""
Gladstone ; $10,
Edward It. and Seln.a MV(
Mary B. Leonard, land lnr
Barney Brlody. sept'"
I south, range east; f 10.
J. K. Wetrr et at lo W
land In Mllwaukle; fi
le - Th 'y.
w you would be content never lr-
NOT EXPENSIVE '
Treatment at Hot Uka. lnolndlng madloal attention, board
baths, costs no mora than you would pay to Mr t any first ew
hotel, jtooms can be had from 7 canta to 3.50 par day.
In tha cafeteria ara served from 10 cants up and in th tn
usual grill prices. Baths range from 60 cents to $1 00.
We. Do Ctire Rheumatism
' . .... . -i.- um.ral Bi'
and mud glren nndsr
tino direction havjr
thoussnds. Writs Mr-JJ
trated booklet dVs
Hot Laka Sanatorii.
tha methods niploWJ
Uka ganatorlnrn !
albla. as It Is oci ff
ly.on tha main f'J
6,W. R. A N. rallr.
special excursion rw
to be had at ,H tlms
HOT LAKE SANATORIUM
. HOT LAKE, OREGON.
WALTER M. PIERCE. PrcS.-Mflf.
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