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MOUNINO KNTKRPRI8K. THITKSDAY. NOVn" !.Jrl?11.
iTW Secretive JaP
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' B, ARTHUR BREU-STER j
YOUR SMART SUIT;
Fashls Asseevee Striped '
Fabriea This WlrUes '
Ceprrtlftt Amvrtrta Ant.
... . ' CUlM. Mil
. lo America w bat what w tali
If mad iuo that Is. cuea so snxlous
Is .A SHte Golde
to get o to tb world (hat. begtnulng
at tba bottom nua4 of th ladder, tnvj
.climb till (bay reach tb top.. Tbe
1MB da tbla for themselves ai ofte
practice the graieat arloatiDeas to at
Ulo their end What tbey do to ad-
' vane their uvi Interests a Japanese
will do from patriotism, or perhaps,
to state It mora correctly, for bia aa
ceetors. Fancy aa American making
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Tha Japanese bav drifted Into our
avy aa servants and bav monopo
lised tha tfpkl. When I araa Irt com
maod of tha United State warship M
. I visited Japan and. being la need of a
body seevsnt. brought away with m
ma a exactly Ave ft high and any
age between six tee and forty. No
v ona coold tell bow old no was. and bo
pir no Information on the aubject
timsrlf. . Ilia namo waa ao unpro
nounceable by aa English speaking
' poraoo that my Junior officers reduced
Jt to Zip. He waa very smart. I could
e tbat at one, tie learned every
tiling oa sight. When bo eanie to m
he bad never staved a man. and yet '
bad don tba work but twice bef re
ba gav m the beat ebav I ever haL
- There waa on thing about Zip U at
I dldnt Uks a propensity to occupy
say cabin. When I went oat of It In
the morning 1 left him there to put It
la order. Considering his quickness, I
would bav erpected him to do tha
work ta tea minutes. Instead It re
quired all the morning. Whenever I
bad occasion to go there the Uttlo Jap
was busy as a be bossing from ona
thing to another so rapidly and ao deft
ly tbat I wondered bow b managed to
keep busy for ao Jong A time. True,
on day after bavtpg re turned several
times during the morning I found blm
looking over a book. Curio to know
what ha was reading. 1 glanced at It
and found It to b a novel.
"Dost wast your time with that
sort of reading. Zip."-1 aald. "Go to
tba galley and ask for a cookbook. If j
yoo want bettor wage study cookery.
8om chefs get vary high wares."
Zip thanked m for the advice, and
after that whenever be bad time oa
bia banda be waa alwaya to b found
wtth a cookbook oa bia knee. But on
on occasion 1 saw something to cau
as to suspect that be waa wasting bis
Urn, after all. for when 1 cam upon
. aim una wares be slipped the book be
was reading ander on tbat bad been
be Death it. . it. occurred to m that
be bad mora love for fiction than for
Zlp rear aliped la my service three
years, when oar ship again entered
Mbrisalpt bay and he left m. I of
fered aim b'gher wages, but be said
that it was not tb wsgaa be wanted,
but a sojourn on a bora. ' Be shanked
me for my kjndness to blm. especially
for euggeatltx that be study cookery.
' His tntentlot was to apply for a po
sition aa cook to some wealthy Jape-
On day wbll la port I received an
- Invitation to din with aa officer of tba
government H waa in tb marina
. department and a very Important
branch at tb Urn, for the Japanese
were then preparing, though I did not
know ft, to fight tb Ruxalana. I ac-
repted tb invitation and foand when
1 arrived a nnmber of persons promi
nent In aavsl matters. After we were
Introduced tb boat led tb way to bia
dining room, where we seated our
selves and wilted for tb first dish to
be brought In, I was placed on tb
Sight of tb boat, who sat at tb bead
f tb table, aad noticed tbat tb seat
a bis left, opposite me, was vacant
While I was wondering who would oc
cupy tt a door opened, and tb cook.
In whit Jacket, apron and cap. en
" tered tb room, holding aloft aa tm
" mens platter, oa which was a fish. v
What was my surprise to so my old
. body servant Zip.
" "Well, Zip- 1 said to him, -you've
ot lost much time la securing s situ
ation. I see."
Zip smiled and set down tb platter;
bat. Instesd of redriog. be threw off
bis Jacket, a proa and cap. appearing
la tb uniform ot an official In tha
naval service and took the vacant chair
beside the boat.
"Captain., permit m to introduce my
son." said tb latter. "He went wltii
you several years ago to prepare him
self to succeed me In our nsval depart
ment. He tells m tbat be has picked
BP .a great deal of valuable Informa
tion on the aubject, which be la now
ready to offer to tbe shades of bis an
cestors." Tardon me, captain," said I p. "for
baring Imposed upon you.'. It seemed
to me when I entered your service tbat
It wss tb only practical way to ac
quire the knowledge I needed. We
Japanese are a very secretive race, and
I naturally supposed you Americans to
b the same. But three years' cruising
. with you ha a taught mc differently.
surreptitiously studied your books
when you were not occupying your
rabln and many a night studied till
ornlug from on of tbem I bad pur
"Ton are quit excusable." I replied
"We all make different standards for
ourselves. Ours Is not like yours. But
I should tblnk your national secretive
oeaa would be of immense value In
, Tb very next year after tbla the
git between tbe Japanese and the
Boaalana came on, and. In my opinion,
tbla Japanea secretiveness did more
for tb Utter to win than any thei
Aent n ths "Know."
Marks If yoo bad to Uvs Ufa over
again would you marry tb earn wo
man f ParksTon Just bet I, would.
I know what sh Is, and women sre
too uncertain for m to experiment
with another one. Exchange,
Only t tba Inexsorlefioad.
, Mlaa June You are married.
March, and you ought to know.
yon believe lo love at first sight T Mrs.
March (looking grimly at Mr. M.
T7e!L I C-k It can barren ooc Kx
Tajlobxo srrr or suck aho sits
rarts Is mad over atrip. Even fur
coats bav tbe pelts cleverly arranged
to give a strlied effect, aad for tailor
ed wear two toned wool mixture
bowing a stripe In the wear are
much more fashionable than plain
cloths. r- -
Tb black and whit striped anlt Il
lustrated with aa overs tirtj jorr-c ' a
black velvet petticoat and coat4 bthi
mingi of whit cloth sad black velvet
Is th last cry In French cblc
How They Manage It In Lendon.
Ostrich plumes are as much of a ne
cessity to tbe London coster girl on
bar outlncs aa are tb pearl buttons
to her masculine companion, and the
big trimmed bats with their drooping
feather are familiar In all gatherings
of this class. Many of tbe girts can
not afford to keep their money tied up
In useless plumes, and there thrives a
brisk Industry In th hiring of the
feathers. The loan of a alngl plume
for a day coats a quarter, or for a dol
lar a gorgeous trio may be bad for an
outing, to be returned promptly tbe
Weather conditions cause tbe terms
to fluctuate somewhat, since a ,wrt or
foggy day will take tbe curt out of
th feathers and make recurting nec
essary, for which 'Arriet baa to pay
an extra quarter. Tit-Bits.
Hare's Way to Sew Hooka and Eyes.
To sew on books and eyea evenly
take needle just th length of tbe dl
tanc apart you want your book
Make eyas with double thread by tak
log two stitches st same place with
th width Of tb book, buttonbol tb
stitch and run needle between tb ma
terlal Just tbe length of tbe needle to
make tb next, and so on. Sew on
books a needle "length apart and yoo
bav them all even.
Gown Far th Older Woman.
This rich costume waa worn recent
ly by th grandmother of a bride at a
fashionable wedding. The black satin
ahaped drapery oo tb skirt keeps th
Dostum a or
lines of tbe costume straight and nar
row without being too extreme In ef
feet. Tbe bodice with Its embroidery
of gray silk and small whit beads
open rover a chemise tt of folded
Laughter baa beeo scientifically d
fined as a convulaiv action of the
Van Never Can I an.
Bragg Ton never know what yon
can do till yon try. waggs Tbara
wrong. Tov never know' wbat yoo
can do till you succeed. Rraggs Well.
perhaps lhafs better. tVaggs And
then you're wrong Ton never know
wbat yon can do when yoo succeed
Too only know what you bav been
able to do --f Jfe
Read tb Morning JDcterprls
7 Invest YQUtmoncyin a growing cosicitfslty;
Increase in population means incteczz Id land valoci
Your money will work nlgnt and day II Invested .
Terms so easy everybody can own a let la,
Join the procession and boy at v ? ,
we whl show you
LULL III HOP MARKET
The lull In the demand for hops at
this time In Oregon Is viewed with
suspicion by growers who retain the
few thousand bales that remain. While
dealera aa a rule ssy tbat there are
no blda available and that trad Is at
a iiandsinr with lower-prlcea In sight,
the same opinion was given of th
market Just about a week ago and
within a few hours there waa aa
actual advance. of 2c a pound In th
With th statistical position ot th
market th strongest known la th
history of th Industry and with only
a few thousand bales unsold In tbe
United States, growers are tight hold
era for a further advance. This has
blocked business from that end. In
order to loosen the hold of producers
It la stated tbat brewers have tempor
arily quit bidding.
Prevailing Oregon "City prices are
HIDES (Buying) Green hides.
Bo to 6c; saltan, 6c to 6c; dry hldei
12e to 14c; sheep pelts, 25c to 73c
Hay, Grain, Feed.
HAT (Buying) Timothy, $12 to
f 15; clover, $8 to $9; oat hay, best, ft
to $10; mixed, $9 to $12; alfalfa, $15
OATS (Buying) Gray, $25 to
$27; wheat, $32 to $33; oil meal. $53;
Bbaay Brook dairy, feed, $1.25 per
FEED Shorts, $27 to $28: rolled
bsrley, $37.60; process' barley, $38.50;
whole corn, $37; cracked corn, $38;
white, $26 to $27; bran $27 to $28
Butter, Poultry, Eggs.
FLOUR $4.50 to $5.25.
BUTTER (Buying) Ordinary
country butter, 26c to 30c; fancy
dairy, 30c; creamery, 30c to 35c.
POULTRY (Baying) Hens, 11c
to 12 1-2; broilers, lie.
EGGS Oregon ranch egg, 35c to
DRIED FRUITS (Buying)
Prunes on bails of 6 1-4 pounds for 4a
SACK VEGETABLES Carrota.
$1.25 to $1.60 per sack; parsnips,
$1.25 to $1.60; turnips, $1.25 to $1.60;
Prunes, on bails of 6 l-4c for 46 and
POTATOES Best buying 70c to
85c per hundred.
ONIONS Oregon, $1.25 to $1.60 per
hundred; Australian, $2 per hundred.
BEEF (Liv weight) etaera, 64!
and 6Hc; cows, 4tte; bulls, a l-2c
VEAL Calves bring from 80 U
13c, according to grade.
MUTTON Sheep, Ic an 3vic;
lambs, 4c and 6c
HOGS 125 to 140 pound hogs, 1JC
and 11c; 140 to 200 pounds, 10c and
Justice Carries Couple.
EfTle Stelnhllfer and Alfred Thomas
were married Wedneaday by Justice
of the Peace Samson. Marriage li
censes were issued to Jessie M. Ham
mond and Edgar C. Brien.'and Nora
D. Conrad and Alexander E. Taylor.
Hold Alleged Robber.
, D. Damaro, arrested on a charge
f Tri'ibing the tailoring establishment
Wro Chung, - was held in $750
lo answer to the grand Jury by
:'t!co of tbe Peace Samson. Police
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THERE IS A
DONT YOU THINK MULINO
Com pony, Incorporoted. OfTice. r6om D.Bcovcr
this properly without cxpcnsclo you. Tele pone
M. L. "LOVIWAN
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Stories from Out of Town
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Mr. and Mrs. Charles Scott and
Miaa Henrietta Abbott were Sunday
guest of Mr. and Mrs. II. H. Em
mons, and on Saturday Mrs. Bralnaxd
Huntington and Mrs. John Rudkla
were guests at 7uncheon, returning to
their homes In Portland In tbe eve
ning. Mr. and Mrs. Pain ton and children
and George Morae, autoed to Moun
talndale on Saturday and visited with
the Lao 8ch wanders.
P. D. Newell and wife returned on
8unday from a trip to ML Hood.
J. A. Soeete and two sons, of New
port are at their cottage at this
J tXZ. ..I .hlTe JlZi
her- . Their an AHhn, will awtr
the Walter Business College In tort- Mrs. May relrclottgh returned home
land, while Jess will be undr th;,"n 0 Mountain mines last
car of a Portland aDeclallaL , rnc Of two roontha.
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trict, th chairman. U Wilcox. IWl!7, yl k,i J M Hnck.rt f
a splal meting wbb wm Ud In, JSJSiS.
Imh.; r li 1 n m Th. eWikSM Mia1. Harrington,
J:JlXl-.TfV'f Mr Heckartat -
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Ploying an add tlonal tejjch.r wm
rirniitrKf tin Aft aV rriV Or I ha
tr. h.4 -I,J
form since the beginning of tbe fall
term. It waa aeen the necesalta tot
another teacher. Thirty-seven ballota
were caat for an additional teaaflcr
as soon aa the adjoining school room
is completed. At present ther are
thirty-seven pupils and I nlneteea
elates. I j
Mri. Pratt, mother-in-law jf lUT.
Blackwell visited with Mrs, L. Wli
cox Inst week. Rev. Black weJl bas
been sent as a missionary to Alaska
and his family will remalr: 1 1 Salem
during tbe winter and expect to Join
Mr. Blackwell In th early spring
Mr. and Mrs. 8. F. Scrlptur vtintit
at tbe Hugh Roberta borne' on Son
day. ..-'' '
U Stover has returned to Ma bom
In Latourette after a pleasant visit
with bis son, Roy Stover. t ' '
Mr. and Mn. 11. Robinson arrived
here from Indianapolis about fort
night ago and are at present visiting
with their son G. C. Robinson. A
daughter, Miss Florence Rohlnsod,
who has been teaching at KaJAmatn
Falls Is also a visitor at her brother's
home. i. ,
A. O. Johnson and wife, of Bellas,
Kan., and Gus pettersoa. brother
of Mrs. Johnson, of Kansas, left for
Warren, Or., last week after a month's
visit with the Gns Warner family.
Mrs. Flora Reld, son and daughter,
arrivnd on Sunday from New York
City and will visit With her sister,
Mrs. A. C. MacFarlan for a month.
While en route to the coast they spnt
few days at Calgary, Canada, Mid
Seattle. Waah. - ; "
Michael Burke, of Astoria, apoat. a
few daya with old Dttbeqa, Iowr
friends at this place. . . f f . , .
Gus Warner entertained A party or
Portland frienda laat week when th
Mesdames Hunt, Ax el I son, Nor d .tea.
Anderson, Wenmark, of puruaad. aad
Mrs. Holt, of Sellwood. wAr,lunD
Clyde Harvey has returned fro A kl
visit with hl father, A H. TUrvey, cij
rtnMenriale. Wash. " . V
.ir.ll.. 1.rU-rt '."-- '
, CkOUN MILL
I rtur homo.
R A. .Vtltlo,
C Portland, . waa a
gueat at th hnme of Mr. and Mrs.
A. If. Harvey Monday.
W are going to lua a good neigh
bor. ' Mr. Met lor bus traded bia
plae lor on at Molalla
ueorg ia!i viaitsq .ice school
Monday and found vftblng In good
A oiobr of peopl from here at
tended tb Oond Roads meeting In
Canemah 'Wednesday evening.
Mr. and Mr. Johasoa, of Canemah,
ar at tbe feome of their coualn, Thom
as BkelUad for a few days.
The tell rata bav com at last.
.Eaten Smith, of Clackamas
Height,-was visiting friends In this
' tended tb nine aavrlatlun.
y A seriously
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tJ0 w t her
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, ,r Francis, of Hlllshoro, Wash
, infioB covoir, spam nunuay
relatives aad friends In this vicinity.
TOtSj uarncn, ot Rockwood, spent
Sunday km ann his wife and daugh
ter aocoeapaulnd him to Rockwood
. W.-4V Hall is horn for a few day
Mr. McGregor, of Molalla avenue, Is
drilling a well f R. PetttoM. at the
slaughter yard. .
Mrs. Everett Hickman, of Spokane,
Wash., spent Sunday with Mrs, A. O.
. Molalla avenue la having more Im
prormnta; sidewalks are being laid
and' a new picket fenco on tbe
. D. Bano writes from Washing
ton. that b rs very much dissatisfied
with bia new home.
F. M. Darling Is purchasing ma
tetlaj ta build another greenhouse.
Mf- Henry Combs was a Portland
vta r Sunday.
. Mr. and Mrs. John Knight, of Port
land', were visiting over -Sunday his
brother William Knight, of this city.
- Mr, Werf Is moving into the house
rntly vanated by Mrs. Allen.
' ffr. and Mrs. W. R, Porter went to
Portland Sunday to visit James Wllk
ereon, who Is very low with cancer
of' tbe neck and throat. Mr. Wllker
am formerly lived here, being black
smith for th Southern Pacific rati
: Glenny Coleman,, who had his eye
injured about a week ago. is able to
Attend cbool again.
' H. F. Madre, engineer fof the
OwAl Company left for San Francisco
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in. n. nm, Purui ior me wney u,
lien Company, was in Canbv Tuea.
Mr. and Mra. Jack CorTeen hsva
or to Portland. x
Ml. ud Mrs. David Plerca are visit.
Iff tblr aunt, Mra. H. 8. Tic, of
Aixia's Mill. ,
Hattl Hawk, of Portland, la
yli: -JT ber brother, a W. Hutchln-
building, Oregon City, Ore.
son. an1 other relatives.
Miss Wallle Harms, of Macksburg.
and Mr. Kile Garrett, of Canby, were
married November I at th bom of
tb bride's parent. Mr. and Mr.
Dledrlrh Harms. Mr. and Mrs. Dirk
Garrett snd Harry Garrett attended
the wedding. Tb young couple will
live In the cottage recently vacated
by Warren llaty on Second street.
Queen Rather Cantata, under I he
supervision of J. R. Newton, will be
played IhanksRlvInc week. About
thirty people are practicing The pro
ceed! will go to th Methodlat church.
Tom Mellem has sold bis ten acre
Iract eaat of town (o a Mr. Lee. who
move la aa soon as Mr. Warf move
Carl Smith has accepted a position
In the store of C. Wang Co.. aa
Ralph Mandevllle baa resigned.
George Koehler was a Portland vis
itor last Saturday. -
Gugene Ogle returned from Oreaon
Cltv last Saturday morning.
FvnrvtKi-lv Is enjoying the fne
weather. Fsnnera are btisv hullna
"Hne.i, and from the amount iif
wood coming, everybody a III
warm this winter.
rto'iert Tlrltt baa gone to a Portland
bontal be operated on.
Pete llornig Is drilling a well for
The Ijidles Aid of tha Chrlatlsn
' rnet nt the home of Mrs. o
'.n Mark. Tha afternoon ws. .pen.
In s.ln.. .
. Mra Edna Carr was vUltlnK rait-
tlr'"n ( 1"'
w rrsa n iiuie . . m a. a
Utourttt place for three yaors, and
iiaaa . 'aNfU inal fain
win iry rarming.
A. I Deslon has rented Mrs. Ma-
. "n . rorlr
A R German ? uVT-
w,md beriCt ll'w ' ""nd bo,"tht
Paul Mlni. 7. i . . .
large rem over IH. ? OU,,ih,
large room over his warehouse, form-
w zzt11 ii m
soon oe in readiness to be used aa a
Se.T&r;:;,1 th: 'onn
rdancn. ,71. V"" ?,a""ft,p
"nncing pnrly there Thanksgiving.
loned war t'.ti L th oW '"h'
Znd. T a,on' hor,"
. wara removed
. NOT EXPENSIVE
Treatment t Hot Lake, Including -medical attention, bord nd
h i T" n mor thn Tv Woul'1 PT to Ilv kt any flrit cU
notei. Rooms can be hid from 75 cents to $2.60 per d. MV
..! f,e",rU wH from 20 cknta up and In the grill at the
U"ual grill prices, fjatbs range from CO cents to $1.00.
We Do Cure Rheumatism
HOT LAKE SANATORIUM
va. .- LK' OMOON. '
WALTER M. PICRCC.Prcs.-MoP.
Notify us ond
land scattered promlacoously
lowo. Tbe grinning putnpkla llk tW
randl la It waa much In evidence.
W. J. Wens mad a business trt
to Portland laat week.
A. Q. I)ornstdl Is la Orvgua Otf
F. J. Ridings waa In Portland Uk
week on business,
Jaok Faltner has rented Iks U
Young place and has moved In.
The llrasa Band la gaining lo M
! ,M,r" fWf. It now haa ahoul tea
: tf VicM-
Hallows en waa not forgo' tea u iu
part by lb boys.
Charley Irtrchet and tba Wbltf
boys who wast to th mountalni but
Ing returned with three deer.
Mlas Echo larklns came home Sat'
urday from Oregon City where sb
Is attending tb High School.
The weather still hold fair.
P The ro ds ar getting to be quits dtt
ty for thia time of the year.
Hallowe'en passed by rather quiet
ly In tbla burg.
C. Spaagler bad bia clover thrashes
Miss rtertha Riga and Mist JM
frr-mas from Cape Horn spent w"
'lay afternoon of last week wua
' tharley Caala, of Cams, and Lul
I Havwa d'of Clackamas were .arrlei
at the tatter'a sisters. Mr. Ulf
comb In Clackamas Sunday. Mr. ana
Mm. Cito are well known here. "CUT
will make their future borne at Carol,
where Mr. Cnato ban beautiful bom
We wish them much happiness.
O. Caisedav. of Cams, made a bua-
Iness tern to Mullno Tuesday.
R""'" and Albert Schnbom. V
Jon. nd his father-in-law, all rstum-
f mountain. BundsT.
We haven't learned what their lucb
. whll lh w-r- one
i... w..w wi,h her folks.
l'h Mr. and Mrs. Clarence M.UW
Mr Jnd Mrs. Elmer ErlcMon. Mln
Prl nd Ha.el Rrlckann nd II
ry Fisher wer visitors at ErnMt
Jones' Sunday afternoon.
- Hot Uk Mineral Bthi
nd mud given under deif
. tlflo direction have cured
thousands. , Writ fof lni;
trated booklet descriptive of
Hot Lake Sanatorium and
th methods employed. Hot
Lak Sanatorium It acces
sible, as It li located. direct
ly on tha malo line of tha
O..W. R. A N. railway, nd
aneclal excursion ratea rc
to be had at all tlmea.
vvaiier mini xin im. i
bav been-visiting friT
men Cook ana yost arresiea jlw