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MORNING ENTERPRISE. SATURDAY. NOVEMHER 11; 1011.
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Met Lenft Remain the Same Laea
Um4 Creasy Millinery,
AdTtre from Darts etate that skirts
are to be the am Vrngih that they
' bar been during the aummer moot ha
With tb exception f tb trailing
vaotag goWa. This make It heews-
-eery for wiian to wear tbe amarteet
Lac la mock aae oa arm lac dreeay
lata. Om kaadsom model el black
By DOROTHEA HALE
Ceavrtgst ay Awervcea fi Aaee
" atnwT nooaa tv n err.
Yalrat 'was' of tbo mushroom variety
and bad tta brni edged with lac about
twelv Inch wide. Tbia laca hung
orox tbo pdgo'of tba bat for two
Inches. There to a tad tbia winter for
draped bat brUaa. and botb Kvld and
tlror be aa wU aa mallites
tor thJe trimming, often edged with
- Barrow tta of fr.
A middy 'blowee that ta rat ta
wltb tbo efeevee la a Hew and smart
affair. It wWb found adaptable for
every material Ibat la nd for bloaaea
and to On for a tennis waist
.... vp JCpiCHOLIXT.
r Maatea patters la
i cot la state
frt M to C tech bust DMKir Band
i to thla ei
flic. Ctrtac aumbar, Htl.
and H will oa promptly forward ta ytm
kT BaA. If to haste and aa sednkmal
two east etantp tor hMtar noataca. wtatcb
swirei aaat ajaaipt 4aUfcyv la at Jar
.aw aaa, uus
MStliQicy 'Ciplofta-Wioga o Coarmaua
Height Sait Conceit. '
'" Millinery wings aro bo ton- eeJu
abla by reason of fbetr wUtb froai Up
to tip. bat because of tbett cnormoua
bdsbt 6oa amart UttloTaO baodal to
of black' Takmra 'in boiiaet abape; a
nnx. clone nttlB( affair that ahowa tbo
batr In root. bot eaTolofio tbo entlro
bead ln.4bo back. Tbo only trlmmlnf
Tboro to aonmblnc a boa I tbo porta
of natrtraooy tbat aootna to toqulro
now coadltlooa. A aot bumdrnm atata
la not Ukoly to bo condqdT to wod
lock. Thla to aapoclalty true of I boa
who aro paaalag oat of tbo bryday of
ytxitb. If a man crowtac U v back
olorhood or a woman into apluaiarbood
wtoboa to rhaoc tbatr coodltloa tbolr
boat c banco la to tako aa ocean oj
axo at a aoaaon wbon tby wtU moot
otbor travolor. Probably tharo aro
tnoro martlaraa concoct td oa abipboard
In pro ponton to tbo alio of tba paaaoa
gor Uat tbaa hi any otbor community
But after a couple bare mutually re-
ootrod to caat tbolr lot toy dot
tbem not tako any more aucb trlpa aep
aratoly or wbat baa been accomptlan-
od may bo Bodooo.
WUllam klanlndalo bad coma to bt
tblrty-Oftb year wit bout bring mated
and waa looking forward to a lonely
old ago with borror. Not being rery
Ctoaoly tied down to boalneaa be re-
aotTed to take a trip abroad Id order
to relieve tbat ennui whlcb begina
a bow Itaeif la bacbetora and apinatera
while tbey aro croaalng Ufe'a equinoc
tial. Dno. Mtoa Hoaa Eldrtdm. aged
thirty, bad gtrea up trying to make ap
ber mind to marry aonte one of the atn
glo-aaen abo bad loog-knowa and coo
eroded tbat If abo could not bo Inter
net ed tn a booaeboM abo mlgbt at a at
enjoy a change of aceno.
Mr, llartlndale and Via Eldrtdxv
met on a at earner running from New
York to Naptea. Tbey left the Anwr
Van coaat ta cbUly weather and funO
tbo contraat on reaching tbo balmy at
moapbere of tbo gulf amain delight
fuL Tbey aat on dork moat of tba day
and occasionally In tbo eeenlng. riatng
and falling- wttb the await, Iteteatng to
tbo awtob made by tbo meeting of tbc
waraa and the veaaol and each other's
chat, now watching a bird aalilng
-a bore and wojrdertag bow It dare By
ao far from land, and found It all de
"What aa tntereattng womanr" re
marked MrMeeltodel twblaaaelf. "If
1 had before met a girl like tbat I
would by thla Urn bare been the fa
tbar of a family "Had tbo. young
I hare koowa ao long." remarked
Visa EJdriJxe. "bad a tenth part of
tbe ooul tola ma a poaaeaaea 1 would
not now bare tbe proa pert before me
Of finishing my Ufa an old makt."
On tbo Mediterranean trip the steam
er usually etopa at tbe Island of Ma
deira. Mr. Martlndale, and Mlaa C-
drldge went ashore toe ether and enter
ed a garden flUed with tropical p lasts
redolent bf Bowery perf umea. - IVben
tbey ,ramo out of that garden they
were engaged. : .
Tbe rest of tbo voyage waa like sail
Ing In the beatrena oa a balmy moon
light . arlgbt. . Tbo critical faahloo- tn
bkh tbey bad previously viewed
embers of tbo -opposite -aeiea from a
matrimonial point of view was re
placed by aa Ideal appreciation of each
other Induced ' by aa atmoMpbere en
prejy different from any to which tbey
bad been accustomed. " Tbey landed at
N a plea, atrolled together through tbe
xhnmed streets of Pompeii, aat oo tbe
cliff overlooking tbe Mediterranean at
Oorrrato and drove together to" Vmtitfl f
And It seemed to each last the other
resembled aonie dlvtuity perpetuated
i an I sr.
an tbia shape to two enormously tafi
white birds with wing tbat fly out
toward tbo back of tbe hat to a prodl
A good looking salt of black velvet
aas aa uudernklrt of old blue broad
Cloth aouuebed In black. The coat to
cutaway, a stylo tbat to much fa
vored In tbe more expraxlTe suits
Cuffs and collar oa the root are of tbe
blue cloth braided la black.
' A new Idea In hats la a foundation
Of astrakhan cloth with thick and ailky
There are aome motbera who Hka
make their none ehlrta. and to those
ao Inclined tbe pattern given will
prove valuable. Tbia shirt to of tbe
BegUgee atyle wltb a aoft rolled ever
-collar and ruffa. '
Tbia star Msxtoa pattern la cut tn alsat
for t H K, v, l t and at bust measure,
kmd 10 cants to tMa afflea. stvtns numhar.
rVi and It wilt be promptlr forwarded ta
ran ar mall. If In haste aend an aAdl
tional two cent stsmp far 1st tar posts
whlcb Insures more prompt dallvery. In
artlcrliig use this aoupon.
aoeeeeaeasa aa mi
' Net What She Expoetoal.
T; Clara (flahlng for a compliment
Tbia 'to your fourth dance wltb me.
Wby don't yon dance wltb aoroa of tbe
other girls T
i Cha rile-Wall, tbo fact to I dance an
badly I bat to aak 'them. - .
3 SralwworW. ".
. Bra la workers are proved by ata
fastlba to be long Ured. fir bnndred
gad " tUJrty eminent men and' wnme a
.were taken as a basis, and their du
ration of life given aa average of
about atxry-etebt and a half year.
marble la ' the gallerto tbey
Tbey separated at Rome to meet
later la America, where tbey were to
make arrangements for their wedding
Tbe Intervening time bad pasted
Mr. Martlndale bad arrived at borne,
and Miss Eldrtdge waa Bailing up New
York bay Sbe pared tbe derk with a
brow on which lowered a tneutal dis
turbance. Mr. Martlndale. sbe knew,
waa on tbe dork waiting for ber. Wby
did abe not wesr a happy expression at
tbe expected meeting?
And Mr Martlndale wby did be
walk tbruiisu tbe king dork bouse wltb
a perplexed on nl fr ,n- abud
der aa be i-auKht a glimpse of tbe ahfp
on wbV-h stood bto nanr-eer Tbey met
Each atrore to pot en a a mile of wci
coma, expreasioa of heaven bom love
Tbe effort was s failure. Each retain
ed a secret which most be sooner or
later broken' to the other.
I can eodur thla no longer." said
Mian EldrMge aa tbey rolled over tbe
atony at reels tn a carriage. "1 could
never act a part I moat confess at
"Tea. I thought I loved fan. . I wa'
mistaken. On tba return vnyaga 1 met
tbo man who at oor t felt waa born
for me and for whom t waa . bora.
Forgive tna for tbe wrong I bar done
you. 1 couldut help ft."
A long el ten a sigh of relief e
eaped from Mr. Martlndale'
v "Your eonfeMrtiex' be said, "has tab
aa a great toad from tny mind. ' 1, too.
oa my return voyage met a girl who
Charmed me and. 1 blaah to aay, won
me from you."
Tor a moment that amour propr.
tbat dl1lkt for being supplanted, to
which wt are all subject, kept, ber
silent, but wbea sbe tboejght of tbe
complication she bad escaped sba said
"Oh. bow fortnnsteC .. .
Both of tbeae persona had met others
wltb whom tbey mlgbt bar mated,
bnt It needed that aomethlng furnish
ed by a voyag to Induce ualnn aome
thlng that 1 as common on tbe oreao
am seasickness, though much pieasant
er. Unfortunately ail persona who de
sire to be mated cannot try It, because
It is expensive. .
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The Vail of the Future.
In - tbe Chicago wt-bootx a boy re
fuand to aew. thinking It tielow tbe
dignity of a man of ten years.
"Why." aiiM (hV f earlier; -deorg
Washington did bis own sewing In the
warm, and do you tblnk you are better
tbaa George, Washington V ''
"1 don't know." replied the boy seri
ously. "Only time ran tell tbat. "-Ladles'
Horn journal. .
DEGREE Ml GIVES
Bia BALL TONIGHT
The degree team of the Order of
Pocahontas will give Its second annual
bait at Busch's ball this evening.' The
ha'j has been elaborately decorated
by tbe decorating committee, whlcb Is
con posed of Mrs. Webb Burns, chair
man; Mrs. Mike Gross, Thomas Myers
and Harry Williamson, parsons' or
chesira of Portland, will fa rn lib. tbe
music, for the dancing, and many of
latest danc selections will be Blar
ed. The reception committee will
see tbat all the guest have a good
tttfn."Tbe'feceptloB cotnmMee 1a as
follows: Mra Agnes Silver, chair
man: Mrs. Clinton Rutherford, Mrs.
Henry Hennlngsen. Mra. Beast Bnoo
nlch. Miss Joel Cnrraa.-
DAUGHTER OT KINQ MEET.
Articles Mad for Bazaar To Be Held
At Woodmen Hall.
The Daughters of tbe King met at
tbe borne of Mrs. IL 8. Moody Friday,
the afternoon being devoted to needle
arork for the bazaar to be given De
cember at the Woodmen IlalL fle
freahmnts wer served by the hos
tess. The next meeting .will be held
at the home of Mrs. A. L Beatie. .
. Those attending were Mrs. Theodore
Osmond. Mrs. W. A. Bhewman, Mrs.
Edward Schwab, Mrs. A. C Warner,
Mrs. Augusta Warner, Mrs. H. 8..
i nmt. Mrs. E. A. Chapman, Mlaa Elis
abeth Rooa, Mra. J. , J. Tobln, Mrs.
Carl Joehnke, Mrs. A.' l Beatl. . ,f
Hotel Arrive Is.
-Tle following ar registered at tba
El-Tt lc Hotel:
,','iines Warner, H. Kelly, P. L and
C. Company; J. W. Standlnger, Mo-
Ulla; J. H. Willi ana. George Clark,
Fred Dougberty, Molalla; O. Sacey,
Portland; U Inna Jamee, Portland
Cert rud Hoe ber, Km ma Retch, Mra.
Cretber, J. A. Owen, Oakland, C'al.;
O. W. Owea. Oakland, Cat; C. A. Hud
son. Portland: J. f. King, But tortile;
Henry Cain, Yakima, Wash.; Olen Of
Daed, Taklma; Thomas Fin ley, Port
land; E. Caldron, Portland; W. E.
REAL ESTATE TRANSFER.
- ,. v .
Lorea C Parrls and Sarah Parrtsh
to Eugene Waldorf sooth half of bloc).
South Oawego; $100.
J. W. Cougblln to T. B. Flnloy, lots
1 to 12, Nob IHll; $1.'
Harry A. laliarre and Minnie B.
LaBarr to WUllam J. Maeterson and
Daisy J. Maateraon, 79.39 acres of seo
tlon II,' townahlp s sooth, range 8
Mrs. Maggie A. Rlner to U J. Bar
ber, lot 28. Flnavoo; $2s. '
C C. and 'Mary E. E. Hoopes to
Henry and Annabel Dnlsea Dannen
nana, $ acres . of D. L. C. of S. 8.
Whits and wife, township $ south,
rang 2 east; $2,100.
O. A. and Maggie Cobb to 8. T.
Rider, lots M and 100, Can by Gardane;
- John and Mary 8. Kants to John F.
and Sophie D. Charlton, 10 acres of
section 6, township $ south, rang 1
Lydla A. Wlneaett td John W. Loder.
westerly half of lots and 4, block
$2, Oregon City; $10.
Martha L' Welamandel to John
Welamandel. lot 9 of block 151, Ore
gon City; $1.
"TV P.-fhambers to C S. Wbyte, lota
12, 13, Jlo;k 6. Second Subdivision
of Oak Xlrove;' $1.
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SHIVEUVS OPERA HOUSE.
Essay sn Scenery ' Two NIoMs, No-
vetnber 20 and 21 at S a. .ih,... I m ontbe earth and give the reaa
sniveiy s opera bouae November 20-
21. Ukes In a whole world's descrip
tion aa to a world s main differences,
w cannot give all the differences In
a world for tbe want of time so tbs
ESSAY can be read In one evening, but
will give tbe principal differences.
Dtfferencea are a SCN, MOON, STARS
and EARTH, aa main differences tbe
rest are all at odds and anything that
looks dlffereot Is classed as differ
W show l ha way tbat a world com
menced to form In the beginning if
any the aay It divided and went tn
difference holding substances unto
Its finish, or tbe end of a world's pro
ceedlngs. We put out the way that
beat and gas started In a world, th
result or heat and gas, the couraos
It takes, the way the world makes
Its waters, the way tb wstsrs ur
divided, the eours tbey take. The
way regltatlon starts to grow, thdlf.
ferences, claaaed to some extent, the
way all aecds are germed by a world,
tbe way they divide growing two says
while cirri motion holds control. We
figure a SUN for motion, and give tbe
differences for It, w figure that a
moon la nothing but motion, and give
.W flgurs gaa as a renderer, w
ngnr really all stara, and the way
a world makes Its winds, and give th
reasons for winds starting up to blow
and tha aubatanc therein, and how
winds srs shifted, and wby winds
cease to blow, and why winds wlU
continue o blow from some quarter
of a world more than others, we figure
a negative STORM to a finish, and s
tlmat a positive storm.
W put out th course, of a SUN
and' MOON circle, we put out the
course of ECLIPSES of the sun and
moon, ws put out a COMET or a MIC
TEOR. W put out positive and neg.
atlv couraea and the reaults. W
figure three globes and the result to!
som eatent. .Weeetlmsta a m.n
low water on tb earth and tb way
it handle the lands, w put out all
tbe reasons for tide waters, tba way
th world works tn put tbem Into no
tion end tha RAINBOW, differences.
W reckon a Volcano from tb be
ginning to an end. and motion ceasing
wltb the explosion. W put out tb
wsy a world makes Its COAlJt.'and
by. they come soft and hard COAI.S.
W put out how a world makes Its
DIAMONDS, w put out how a world
makes Us OILS, and Its I8IN-OLA88.
W Agar th Substances for all Min
eral and why there ar differences
la Minerals, w gtv tb reasons for
a moon coming " later sack srefilnt
W have figured a wbol aorld,
tak In a little of ZOOLOOT. and at
tend aom toward a human Race, ui
tb wbol world la always In motto,
and glv many other difference.
Tb ESSAY conalals of fifty
scap sheets In print, and some BCC
ERY. The ESSAY baa coat tbej
aods of dollars and bard STUDY.
not miss It. It ukss about two u ,
a half hours to read the EPS AT. a
ADMISSION 0o Children at t .
and flfteea, 25o.
Do not resume tbs ESS AT 5 ,
you bar beard It ALL READ.
Treatment at Hot Lake, Including' medical attention, board
baths, costs no more tbaa yoa would 7 to II v at any first cU
hotel. ' Rooms eaa be bad from 7$ cent to $1S0 per day. M1
In the cafsterla are served from 10 cents ad and la tba srrtll at tka
usual grill priced. Baths range from 60 cent to $1.00. '
' We Do Cure Rheumatism
- Hot Lak Mineral Batfia
and mud given under aclau'
tlflo dlrecUon have cursl
tbobsanda. Write fgr HI";
trted booklet descriptive
Hot Lake Sabatorium and ,
th methods, employed, Hoi.
Lake Sanatorium Is aocss
albls, as It Is located direct
ly on the maid line bf the
O.-W. R. aV N -railway, and
special excursion rt ir
to b bad t all times. Ask
HOT LAKE SANATORIUM
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