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MOIiNINO ENTERPRISE.' FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 3, 1911.
A Story oi Aa Ra
Bf r. aTTStchel
Copyrtf ht hT A""Hii liiaa An
Shortly before lb broking down f
,th Roots a empire there u elan
C small fanner who www being Nta
p by large landholders. This class.
called Curtate, had formerly been om
f th governing elements of Dome
and waa consider! very honorabl.
Bat becoming Impoverished they were
constantly selling out to or coming un
der too protection of those persons
who held thousands of acres where
they bold bat a few.
. There waa In on of the Roman
provinces a family, the FabU. who
bad accumulated a very large landed
state. Lying at the foot of a hill on
which was the cast) of Lnctna Fa-
btua, Uved one of the Curtate. SUlo
ulna, whose affairs were getting Into
very bad shape. Sldonlus was an old
man and had hat one child, a daugh
ter, Culpurnia. On day her father
called her Into the atrium or living-
room of their dwelling and said to
"My daughter, we must sell our
farm. Like so many of our class. I
bav found It Impossible to keep my
-bead financially above water. In a
few daya I. being a tax collector, must
return to the government the taxes
levied upon my district and am re
quired to fill from my own purse any
deficiency that the people cannot pay.
Go to the castlo and tell Fablus that
I am ready to accept the sum be has
offered mo for my property. This will
enable me to make up the deficiency ."
"But. father, what shall become of
T see nothing for us but to gyad-
nally sink Into slavery, as baa been
don by so many of our class."
Oulpunla-TOuld"Only,0bf " hef"Ta-
Ibex's order. Passing over the ground
between her father's farm and the hill
en which stood the castle, she wss
starting up the Incline when she met
young man coming down. He
luted her and asked her where ahe was
going. - She told him that she wss go
ing to the castle to see Fablus to tell
him that her father must make up a
deficiency In the taxes he waa unable
to collect and would sell bis firm for
"I have Just route from the castle.'1
said the young man. "and Fablus Is
not there. Return to your home snd
go again tomorrow, when you will see
Contrast 1st MedeCHarwtln News
Veils Fee Milady's New Hat
While children are being dressed
along grownup lines, their eldera are
wearing hats of the most childish de
scription this season.
Coat aleevea are now made like those i
of a man's coat, being set In wltbou
fultaea snd fluiahvd off by a few but
tons or very modest turnback cuff.
All veils are more or leas dangerou
to the eyes and not at all comfortable
to wear. The favorite veils of the sea
son are of spider web net or of real
lac, the latter being worn In quite the
eld fashioned way around the brim of
Parts la making lavtah use of ma line
for hat trimmings, says the Dry roods
Economist. . A favorite combination
rhlrh would appear to b Incongruous,
but which prove an effective combina
tion. Is fur with ma lines. Ilata almost
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BIG LITTLE Clatkamas County Daily is read in more than a thous
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scribers in Morning Enterprise. November and December
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So Culpurnia turned back, and the
youth walked beside her. He told ber
that Fablus was a very grasping man
and would make very hard terms with
ber father, to which ah replied that
the terms would make no difference.
for ber father would be obliged to sell
her Into slavery and was himself old
and broken In health, so that be had
at most but a few years to live.
When they reached a point where
the roads parted the young man took
tear of the girl, expressing his sor
row at her misfortunes. Culpurnia went
borne and told ber father why she bad
returned without going to the castle.
Tb next morning tbe young man
whom Culpurnia had met came to the
' "How much." he ssked. -Is the de
ficiency In the tsxes your father must
return to the government"
. "Twenty thousand sesterce. replied
Tbe young man turned a wallet up
side down ever tb table and dropped
a heap of coins.
"Count from this enough to dis
charge the debt and If there is any
thing over keep It till I retain."
And so the rale of tbe farm snd Cul
purnia Into slavery wu avoided at tbe
'. time. The young man who bad fur
nished the money to p-.y tbe tsxes
came, occasionally to ihe bonne and
told Culpurnia tha' when they needed
more money to let him know and on
no account to go to Fablus, wbo would
take their farm and send them out Into
There was no courtship among the
Romans, marriage being arranged by
parents. Bethrotbed persons did not
even usually see each other till they
came together to be married. One day
an uncle of Culpurnia came to tbe
farm and. after an Interview with her
father. It waa announced to Culpurnia
that a marriage bad been arranged for
ber. This lifted a burden from ber
shoulders, but cast ber Into gloom, be
cause she had come to lore tbe young
man wbo bad loaned tbe money for
the taxes. All sbe was told of biro she
was to marry' was that he had some
means, belonged to ber own class and
was not much older tbsn herself. His
name was Msrcellus.
Wben tbe day for tbe betrothal came
round a chariot stopped at tbe farm,
and tbe groom came Into the bonne at
tended by a large retinue. As be en
tered tb room where tils bride await
ed him dressed in wedding costume
ah started a deep blush came upon ber
check, and ber eyes lighted with pleas
ure. Tn Marrellus sbe recognized tbe
young man wbo bad loaned the money.
After tb betrothal ceremony came the
preparations for tbe wedding, and aft
er the two were made man and wife
Marcellua took his spouse to bis own
bom. Culpurnia ..wss surprised at
their taking tb road to tbe Fabian
castle, and wben they began to ascend
tb hill she asked where tbey went.
"To tb horn recently occupied by
my father, wbo till his death was Lu
cius Fabtua. I am Marrellus Fablus,
bis son and heir. From tb moment I
first saw you I resolved that Instead
of your being sold Into slavery yea
should be my wife."
sun as nuAKraarr Jacket .
entirely buried In folds of mallnes bars
narrow rolls of fur around the crows
or brim. A new arrangement la to
edge bow of mallnes or wide velvet
ribbon with fur. Large bows and pom
pons of mallnes are to be seen on tbe
smartest new millinery creations.
This breakfast Jacket gives an em-J
plr effect that la very smart. It Is a
model that takes the most graceful
lines nd Is exceedingly simple to make.
the sleeve being cut In n with tb
bodice. JCDIC rnf.f.i.rrr
This star atantoa pattern la cut la three
sla inisll M or St. medium a or e). Urge
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FLOTSAM AND JETSAM.
Bartons on Revere a New Idea Ten
dency t Normal Waist Lin.
Tb new revert have to be orna
mented, and burtons hare been chosen
for this adornment big buttons and
little i buttons, plain and fancy onea
and they are applied down tbe outside I
of the revers or across it or In a pat- j
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On lt" may b aaid advisedly, as tbey
appear more often on the coats tbst
boast but a single revers than on those
with a pair.
Armure In a narrow weave la well
liked for fall gowns, and a few suits.
are seen mad of It
There Is a tendency for tbe waist
line to slip downward 'to Its normal
position, although at the moment no
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rOCB OORCD SKIRT.
self respecting skirt Is made that la not
Just raised above this natural line, and
as it is nently finished off or piped
with some different material the use
of a belt has been made superfluous.
Here Is tbe new panel akirt that in
cludes Inverted plaits st tbe front and
back. Tbe panels are qnlte depurate,
attached only at the upper edge, al
though tbey can be tacked into place
below; consequently one or both may
b omitted If liked.
This Way Manton pattern Is cut In sixes
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Insures more promo delivery.
the death of Arthur Blssonette, a po
liceman', today proved a new factor In,
the Investigation that la being con
ducted by the Coroner and tbe Police
department Tb belief that h was
engaged to Mrs. Vermllya, with whom
he boarded, was shattered by tb fil
ing of th patrolman'! will, showing
Miss Lydla Rlvard, a daughter of a
farmer of Marshal, Minn., as his
Dance and tb chief beneficiary under
the document. N
Although Mrs. Vermilya's name ap
peared on th will as a witness, sh.t
denied she knew anything of It, and
said Mlsa Rlvard had appeared In Bis
Sonette's life years before, and bad
been forgotten by th policeman.
Whether or not action will be taken
agalnat Mrs. Vermllya and a further
flornptp takes Its nam from a wind
Instrument on which are produced tune
ful strains as aa accompaniment for
this country dance, which originated
In England. Sailors' hornpipe 1 better
known to Americana,
A Warm Friend.
Bobby Mrs. BJone has a friend who
baa died and gone to tb bad place.
Mamma Why, Bobby? What make
row say auch things? Bobby Well,
ah said ahe bad a warm friend who
waa a4- Milwaukee News.
The Roman Arena.
Under th Roman empire knigbta.
senators and even women met In com
bat In tbe arena.
Suosciib for tb Daily Knterprts
CHICAGO, Nov. 1 Possibility that
Jealousy might hav been a motive tn
This Is Tb Bast Flour Obtain
able. Lay In Your Winter Supply of
Hay, Grain, Feed and Korrsot
11TH AND MAIN 8T.
- Oregon City.
Investigation conducted Into eight ota.
er deaths that have occurred In her
circle of Immediate associates, will not
be determined until tomorrow. At
that time toxlcologlsts who are ex
amining Ulssonette's viscera will make
their report to the coroner.
. Although Mrs. Vermllya Is under
close guard of two pollcemen,uoth tne
police and the coroner admit they
have no evidence on which to arrest
Information about Mrs. Vermllya
was volunteered the pollc by Mrs. O.
M. Blxler, mother of Harel West, di
vorced wife of Prank Blnkamp, son of
Mrs. Vermllya, wbo died at her home
about a year ago. Mrs. West now Is
In New York.
. Her mother said that her daughter
had told her that before she obtained
a divorce from Brlnkamp they had
made an agreement that should either
die suddenly th survivor should In
vestigate the other's death.
"Hazel said that she and Frank both
feared that something would happen
to them," said Mrs, Hlxler, "but whea
Frank died tbey had been divorced
and she did not bother
A detective left her This morning
for Peoria to question Thomas Brutng
ton, a former friend of Richard T.
Smith, who told Chief of Police Rboad
es of Peoria that be had Information
that might prove valuable.
A story that Mrs. Vermllya was mor
bidly fascinated by dead bodies was
told by E. M. Blocks, undertaker tt
HERRMANN PLANS KEEPING
BALL PLAYERS OFF STAGE
CINCINNATI, Nov. J. (Special.)
Major league ball players with journal
istic aspirations are Interested In tbo
announcement made today that Chair
man Herrmann of the Nattonal Base
ball Commission ls preparing a reso-
; lutlon to be submitted to the com
i mission forbidding ball players to en-
Jer newspaper work or play In vaude
ville next season.
Herrmann believes that newspaper
criticism by fellow players has a bad
effect on the game because of the 111
feeling aroused by such criticism.
The following are registered at the
A. Klemsen. city; L. Wall, Port
land; A. I LAmereaux and wife, Port
land; C. N. Strald, A. W, Foster.
Portland; S. H. Harris, Wllsonvllle;
W. U Freeman, Molalla; E. M. Cra
mer, J. R. Moore, Portland; J. a.
King, Seattle; O. II. Bnend, Seattle;
J, A. Sharp, Grants Pass; W. H. Mat
toon, N. Ulalr, Herbert Wledow, C. A.
Will, Canby; 8. I. Will, Portland; a
W. Foster, Portland; O. W, Foster,
Portland; R. H. Sneed, Seattle; J. 8.
King, Seattle; H. E. Dlmlck, J. M.
Wilson and wife, O. U Jenkins, city;
George H. Gregory, Molalla; R. U.
Ward, Fred Frank, Seattle; E. Zlrbel,
Portland; O. E. Tingle.
CARD OF THANKS.
W wish to thank our many friends
and old neighbors, who so kindly as
sisted us during our late bereavement
In the burial of our son and brother,
Theodore Oriel, also for the many
floral offerings, especlatl th Foresters
of America and the Red Men Lodge.
CHARMS AND AO II8TA ORIEL.
MR. AND MRS. Q. H. SMITH,
Uncalled For Letters.
List of unclaimed letters at th Ore
gon City postofflc for th week end-
Ing November S, 1911:
Woman'! list Anderson,
Mary j Bauer. Emma; Uldwell.
EdwarJa. Mrs. O. P. (I); German
Mrs. C. (I); MacMaster. Mrs. W.
Phillips. Mrs. Ray; Phillip.
John; Richardson, Mr. M.; Tbomrt
Mrs. John; Voss, Mrs. A.
Men's list Mampeua. P""":
Th Oeo. Boebmer Music Co V
Case, Miles; Duncan. P. H-..J?jr
Grant; Kuxmlnskls. W.! U?W;
Chas.; Mpampata, Peter; Nw
Alex.j 8lamlcurn, LmJ.; BUn. O
Thomaon. Dr. W.: Todd. D.
Haletan; Warlnner, O. K.
REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS.
H. N. and Gertie L. Everhart to
Aguett M. Fermann, land In D. L C.
No. 40, towrrahlp g south, rang a east;
Ellen A. Falrchlld to Harry A. La
Barr and Minnie A. Lallan, land In
section 31, township S south, range C
Hasel Too to Nannie Mumpbwer,
lots U, 13. block 37, Gladstone; $10.
Myrtl Toor.e to Hazel Tooe, lota
13 and 13 of block 27. Gladstone: (400.
iw. u. uiacg and Ella Black to Peter I
Kern, lana in Clackamas county; $11,
Elisabeth Maud Mary Elklns to
Katl Reddaway, lots 89, 40, block 4i,
Mlnthorn Addition to Portland; $1R0.
Lafayette Humjaton, lot 28, Oregon
Maud Peppln to Mattl Umstead,
lots 6 and g, block 17, Robertson Rook
Island Park; $10,
Treatment at Hot Lake, Including medical attention, board an
baths, costs no mor than you would pay to live at any first clu
hotel. Roome can'b had from 78 centa to, $2 80 psr day. Mw'
In the cafeteria are served from 20 cnta up and In the grin t ths
usual grill prices. Baths rang from 60 centa to $100.
We Do Cure Rheumatism
n. t.t,. Mineral BatA
and mud glren under sclw
tlflo direction have ca"
thousands. Write for HM
trsled booklet jeicrlptlrs or
Hot Lake Sanatorium
th methods employed. Hl
Lake Sanatorium Is "
slble, as It Is located dirscv
ly on the main line of tn
O..W. R. A N. railway, and
special excursion rates ar
to be had at all tims.
HOT LAKE SANATORIUM
.H0T LAKt OREGON. '
WALTER li. PICRCC. Pres.-Mflf.