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MORNINO ENTERPRISE, TUESDAY, DECEMBER 19, 1911.
Doll Day at
jr4y v will mk
,awl Xm.. gift for th.
a), W wH 01- handoir. '
p, fra 0
tr. W J"
W. wl aeve
rv ika arrt ao conviction
HIGH OLA 38
K) 4iling tldfl., Portland.
ah.. Main eiSI.
Th. Walsh Lsnauaa.
Mr. haaala wa ou.a aakad If It
would Hot I for ibt wUh tan
guag I. die out and be replaced by
tb KnglUh. "Jo4 furbldr be re
plied. "The W.lab languag la th
languag of ajuik'. Tber to no ( aulua
about lu r.unllah langus Tbe
Kcotcb bat gut all h poetry nl th
Irlab til tb wit. ami bow tba devil
w got BuakMpear do but kuow."
trfasy " Zl i Hujcb. urrm, of Portland.
'" .1;. "'' f " ' Mm. H-nry II
" " , 7. .l-.-h. lUniiu. ant lltd lb. bereaved
W as v " - I la tbU rltjr.
Mr. Caia Kvana. of Canhy, pro
prMrM of lit. Cottag HiKol, aa
in ihla rlljr on bualneaa Mua4y, nd
while her vlalted friend
Mlaa Pearl Kalmbach returned In
her bom at park plac Monday Worn
lug friu Portland. bM b0 njnm
Haturday night and Rumlajr.
t C Kir wilt aurprl joy ibrD you
lila prlia of fur and compare
I hem KI other. Thi-y plsit good
William Hmlth and ltr, Mia Jul
Kmiih, of Portland, war la Oregon
CHf MuliJay vlailt Ifiar kl tba bom of
Mr. and Mr a. II K WMdard.
Jamoa Hmlth. of Ma(kliui. a
rinilunt abMQn of that lur,
aa In thla city If r..(ltig taialiica
Monday, returolnt- hum on th v
An.lrew K hor. on of th bard
ar and farming Imiillmnnt tlrali-r
of Candy, wa In thla city Monday on
hi way In I'ortland on tiunlfiraa.-
Mr. and Mra Charl i;.ullij auj
awn. t barla r rdi1i h. of I'orlland
r m tbl rliy Hunday vlaiiinx lh
former a mothr and llr. lira. A.
tiovttllng and MUa Allt OtwtUliig.
K. V.. Aabbaucn. a lt Vmowo
fount tiulnaa man of purtland. t
In tula (ity on buin Monday. II
loft ou tb tniii train for Candy
Mr II I'. Tbnion. Mr. H M.
Mi1in. Mr MiMtrf. Mr aud Mr
Knb'ktrtM. my dear. ahall b
triad to go wlib you. I long to im tb
bauil of lb roil i) try.
Mr. Knb kr-W wUI auy la town,
A QUESTION OF
ll Was ScttN Satisfacto
rily to All Parties
By UHIl DOLGH.Y
Cb.yrilii ir Anptu I'raa Am-
Lik H Owm.
"Tm bat hrd of lb rharg of tb
I'm It auin rhargaf
H aaa Indict " . ..
-Qvr frur would av llkl to
litt 8ir, of CUrkra. wa In tbl
Bon, to tb wlf of D. KupMnbD
, a daughter.
Ckrl Muralt. of Mapl Ln waa
tkl city Huoday.
M J. I. of Canby. waa ta tbl city
1Mty on bualn.
Ml Kiln, of Carua, wa In tbl
tXy aa buaiuoaa Monday.
tart Wink, of Nw Era. waa In
fell etty on Sunday.
William CantwalL of Canby. waa to
u cl( on bualna Monday.
K. Walla, of Uarbaburc. waa In
tl city on btialnvaa Monday.
W. E. and a. II. UumDotir, of
Noa. wer n thla cltr Baturday.
toni IrUb, of Carua. waa In Ora-
( city Monday.
Norman Howard, of Cam, mad a
to tbl city Huoday, and whlla
wt tiaiiea rnnd.
C. B. finonr. nrnmlnant fannr.
navr I'rwk, waa la thla city on
Jacob Joaal. of ClafrmonL on of tba
all known fartnara of that plac. waa
mil city Sunday.
Mr. ar.d Mn a Inilnil nf Port'
Wd. Witr amnn th Drornn City
Mr. and Mra Jfcn llarrlaltarcnr. Of
"lllniham, Waah.. ar In thla city
"Hing frlenda and rlailTa.
Thomaa r. nvan. nf Halotn. form
r of thla rlt. waa Id Oregon City
bualncaa Baturday and Sunday
in. Kranli Jaggar and daughter,
Morao-n, 0f carua, wera In Orrgon
-7 nunday vlalllng relatlvoa,
John T)rilmai nt UwiHhnrn. of tha
hrn I'arifin romoany. waa In
'a city on bualnaia Monday.
Mr, and Mra Ulnnrvni and two
urhtora. of Clalrmont. wera among
Oregon City vlaltora Monday,
Uenrg Holman and mother, of Rea-
f Crrek, wpr In tbla city Monday.
o while her vlalted rflatlvea,
Mr Pdnatar nf Punhv wa In thla
'y Monday. Mr. Plteater la a prom-
ani tecrchant of that eltv.
Raymonit Minn nt m and Mra.
Athur Miiin la Mninrinf from an
lac of typhoid fatar.
Ounthor Hrhn.nhalna. of Portland,
In Oregon City Hunday vlltln
Parenta, Mr. and Mra. C. Bchoan-
W. Wanahrough, of Fargo,' North
Dakota. I m thla nlt fnr a faw day.
f? la regtatarad at th Klectrlo
D. C. Rlv la ahnwln ona of th larg.
.IIum of toya and holiday ood
th city, at low prlcea,
11 n. mirv...ii..r nr Mllwaukl.
ff tha well known realdant of
" city, waa In thla olty Monday on
. Mr, niidninh Raiiar who baa been
I" t her home, ramalna about tha
tber t)lng rary UtUa changa
! Mlaa BilaU Bohrvanhnrn. of CarU. U
P thl city for a faw
Pr.nta, Mr. and Mra.
oeoborn, 8ha wlU ramaln in thla
"y until attar Ohrlatmaa.
Notwl, 7M Main trt, baa lota of
win for the bolldaya; fort to cnU,
M vara I 70 nta. Older wine at pro
Hrtlin.il prlra. Mlnr meat and
1'lnm pudding flavor, (irap llrandy,
I'earh llrandy. Aprtrot llrandy, Ma
dera, port. 8 berry and Muacatel
Mra W. C Oreen received Informa
tion Monday from Haalde, Hating that
Jnaeph Hlewart. of that plac, had
uftrd a -md allark of paralyala,
and hi i-onditlnn waa aerloua. Mr
Klewart l an unrle of Mr Jreen
and Mr IJoyd William, of thla city,
and b formerly lived bere.
A. II P. tnnett. editor and proprie
tor of the Canby Irrigator, formerly
the Canby Trlimn. wa In tbl city on
traatneaa - Monday. Mr - Bennett r
rently moved to Canby. wner b
nurt-baaed th Tribune plant. II wa
formerly connected with lb lrrlgon
Irrigator of Irrljton. OfT
Jim Mr Id mm. of Ban rranclaoo. r
rived In thla city Monday morning,
bating !en ummnned her by tb
.lealb of hi mother. Mr. Henry Met-
drum, whoa death occurred Saturday
Ml Mnry Helle Meldrum. daujinter
of Mr. Meldrum. who la ngage in
teaching In the High School of Mo-
row. alao arrived Monday to attend
the funeral, which la to t new tnia
. Mulker tendered hit realgna
tlnn a oaator of th Cbrlatlan church
of (iladatone. November It. On lie
cmbr 17 lb matter wa taken op
th congregation ana tl waa De
cided to gram Mr. Mumey a iev.
r ai.a.nre atartlnt January, 11I.
Ttia mailer of auPDlyln th pulpit
will b looked aner at one ana
Mr. and Mr, a C roweH of l.rt
l.,4 . .r. aueat Of Mr. euu
D. C. Robblna Sunday.
ir r fthroeder. of Mlnco, Okia.. ar
rived her Monday with tb Intention
of burlim a farm la CUckamaa coun
ty. II la a uat Of I'roieaaor j.
PORTLAND LAWYER TO
!urlng I In- dtvude U'tw rt'U ItCiO
and Mi an oteau l earner ulT t lie
bant of Newfoiindlaud wbll running
Ibrougb a f"t collided wllb a anlilug
eael, Tb Bller abeered off. waa I'
In tlur uilat and waa never beard from
again. In I lie bow of th ateauirr a
bole vn nmde under water. In the
dnjr ix rau liner ar built wllb coin
partiiieni. tbnt on roniHrtnien!
Utay OH wliluiui the water ettendiuit
U-youd It, but at that time water Mur
lug lu at one part of I be alilp bnd
fre ine lit the reat. The one
qurute wa tbal the veaeel gruduallj'
tettled. aud the crew and puaaeuger
knew that ah UiUt aoon luk.
Among the latter wa a lady and ber
Utile daUKbler. all or aeven year old
Tji ok-I ber rould procure but on life
prexerver. wliU b b put around ber
child, and iMitb entered on of the boU
that were arnt adrift Koui of tbe
That the Congregational
hood will hare a On nfun""""
a a.urd. tha entertainment com
MR1iMWed i.f M J Le!ie. C.
a Nnhla and O. B rreyt
nea for one of tha
tn yer. w or
lioyai w- .v.e
n,.i.d will be ma maiu
Hr McCarthy haa apoken to tna
therhcHK! liar, and tba member.
Ir. all ple.aed that
aaa n. I'"" "I '"w " ... . "
- .t. .....Ini will D "
. . i. a. an
SI. .., relate to a nKni
ha. during m
i a i . Ctt.
-n.-.ioe which the major naa ..u v.-
aerrlce In the Bianlah-
auia l taa oiki. t Tti- too anocT
boat reached Newfoundland, but tbe
one ta which tbe Udy aud ber nine
daughter were placed waa never beard
from. . . t.
Fifteen year after ID ainaiug i
tha ocean trainer Mama -
young girl who apoke tbe Engllab Ian
ju,ge with a Prltlaii Intonation, wa
trolling throcgn tn mm
Florence. paln Wiy rrom piciur v
picture, and anally atopiwo oeior ur
of BL John. While en w. .u.
at It a young man Joined ber. and tb
. . n. ...u.n tha tieautV
two began to -i - -
of tb painting.
"I bar awn It berore. aaiuiue....
knlttlnc her brow, aa If to recall aome-
Have you ever Peen in r '"" --
forer akel the young man.
Never." AV .
"Then yu have never aeen th pic
ture till now.
-IWcauae In New Tork. my home.
Uvea a gentleman who uoaaia mi
poaaeaaea tbe only copy or i"
that wa aver made."
-Nevertbeleiw I nac eu m
been familiar with it."
Aa an enrrvlngT
No: a a painting"
Nothing more waa.anld about tb.
matter at tb.tlm. The two aauurer-
a 1 1 afftlna1 An a
ed on togctner. -
bench to rent.
I am leaving rmrem-w
aid tha yunit man,
I'roreaaor .- ..,. , Qi.
of ma popular .
ki..h ro Rrvu i
WHI1 - ,KI1-
the beat or apirn
. . H
,n)inera . - - ,uppcr
thry par t.K. oi tu- wo.
Which Will !) Il.e,.- -
men of tha church.
..... I tt mnxt
I win make one rnor e."- -Did
you not arknowledc tbmt
Ir. not Indifferent to roe I wonld not
,r " ... thi. raaann that your
ram. a ladlea orcha ra wui p i Amerlcin I" not auffl
bun to ""uu"" " - However. I
S v'.,:.. h.i the H-.de.
ire no Wood relation, of youra.
! trw are not. I am an adopted
daughter, but . owe - .ra
war my mtnet e..u , '
tnarrln. with you on what 1
trol m In thla matter, pui i w- -SmMB
that I will not fly In th. faca
of their antipathies"
And you .tin reiuae.
4o" far a. I -ce m, way at pr-.t.
1 winfleld th. aultor. aadly bad. the
i" ,:t ad..u. Her atondfaatne.
h.r benefactora only made
FORMER OREGON CITY
MAN KILLED BY TRAIN
e.un. riond. tb. Southern Pclfl
Railway M'""7', ihany. form-
ally kinca " '"' r having been
rlv lived u thla city. DV1"1' loo,
rl'.".Vi- ninilon B. of the eioo-
e mpKyeu .. ieveral y.ara.
.ri nower houae for m"1
ber aud make on tumm effort to win
Tb day before bla Intended at art b
niet on tbe quay an American gentle
man of bla acquaintance tb hum
wbo i lalinH to own lite only copy ol
tb ""t. John" lu tbe L'fT.il gallery Lu
"Mr. liregnry." anil .Wlufleld. -ar
you aur dial you own tbe only copy
of tbe -PI. John' banging lu joiir draw
lAK room In New trklr"
"I certainly owned tbe ou!y rupy till
within a few year. 1 may Dot now.
W'by do yuu aU7"
WluOeid told biro of Mlaa Blade'e Im
prvaalon roiirvrnlng the picture.
That' curloua." remarked tJregory
"Where do you go from bereF
"To Floreiu e."
"I am going there myaelf. Hup
poee w go together."
"I ahull be pleated to bare your
A few day later Wlufleld and bla
friend, a loan double hi age. atood In
the L'fflll gallery looking at the "Kl.
John" when tbe former caught algbt
of MUa tilad lu another part of tb
"Tber I tb. girl I told you about,
wbo aaye ab baa been familiar wttb
tbl pktur. I'll bring ber ber. aud
Wlufleld approached Mlaa Blade,
whoa face lit op wltb pleaaure at aee
lug btin again, After a brief chut be
led ber to tbe pbinre and Introduced
Mr. Gregory. At tbe mention of tbe
name abe aeemed Imprcaiwd.
"Mr. Winfleld tell m that you bav
formerly been famfnar wltb tbla pic
tur or a copy of II"
"I bav. but It nmat bar been when
I wa a very little girl. I know 1
bar aeen It. and seen It often, but
where 1 cannot tell."
"Where did you live wheo yon were
"From tb. time I bare been old
enough to remember thing I bare
lived wllb my adopted parenta In Nova
Mr. (Iregory regarded the girl tbounbi
fully for a moment then aaked:
"Wbere did you lire before that?"
"I don't know."
"Fifteen year ago tbe ocean ateamer
A. waa lot. I waa picked np by
boat' crew while 1 "floated In the
water buoyed by a life preserver. Tb
boat succeeded In reaching tb Ca
nadlnn abore. I felt Into tbe band of
a flabermao and bla wife. wbo. being
poor and Ignorant, made no effort to
And wbere or to whom 1 belonged.
After awbll. tbey aeof me to an ay
lum. from wblcb 1 waa taken by
couple living In Halifax. Tbl oo
pie. a Mr. and Mr, Blade, brought me
Front tb. moment th. girl began thl
brief narratlv. a great change came
over Mr. Gregory. lie listened to ev
err word with eager ..attention, and
when abe bad flniabed be ralaed hi
eye and muttered:
"My (lod. I tbank tbeer
Meanwhile Marcla. wbo observed bl
emotion, bad hurried on with her atory
and when be beard bla word o
tbanka knew nometbing of moment bad
"What la It T abe aaked.
"Tou arw ur Jon have aeen thla
plcturer b. aaked Inatead of replying
"And yon were on tb. ateamer
when abe waa loatT"
"Then It mnnt be a"
"Wbt must be o7
"Tou are my daughter."
A few months, later, when Marcla
f lade. or. to call her by ber real name.
Evelyn Gregory, entered her fatbefa
aonae In New Tork and looked at bla
"St. John." little by little, not only
tbe room In which It hong, but there
of the bonce, gradually came back to
Bonn after tbe discovery of tbe rw
latlooahln between Mr. Gregory aud
his daucbter Winfleld. sitting In tb.
celebrated medieval Bobolt garden, re
newed bla suit. lie found tb. way on
decided "It aeema to me," aald Winfleld.
"that since yoo hav. found your fa
ther and know that yon are American
born tbla matter between na appear
In a different light
"Why. i he disposal of yonr band I
not wltb tbe 8ldea. but wltb your fa
ther." "It la with olthr. It 1 with my
aelf." "1 mean that yon abonld aim to
please your natural parent aa well aa
those wbo have brought you op."
"Those wbo etrtv. to please .very
on. please no one."
Winfleld was not making headway.
H concluded to try another tack.
"Tou will henceforth llv with your
father. I take Itr
"I thought you wished me to lira
"Well, anyway, you win be a clUaen
.n,l hfnrw I ro I nf th ITnlted Plate-"
"I don't see what tnai na 10 uu
wltb my obllgarjoue to Mr. and Mrs
A good deal. Bine yon ar. to live
coder the atare and atrlpea a Yankee
ta natnrsllv a aultabl. husoana
.n At snv rate. I think yen owe It
.nnr father to ask how be feels
about tJie muter. Here he comes now
I'm eolnir to refer It to hlro."
Hi. did not forbid blm. ao when
Mr Gregory Joined tbem Winfleld
atated tbe case to him. The parent
ionka.1 nrat un at the aky then down
on th. ground., but all the while h.
had on. eye on bis anugmer.
Mr decision la that the principal
obligation la to tbe man who hsa been
Instrumental In reuniting a father and
That Mttled It. Mlaa Gregory be
came Mrs. Winfleld.
510.000 ASltfD FO
BEIIiG PUT OFF CAR
W. H. Tlmmons, through Attorney
(IrowDill and Stone, Monday filed ault
for 10,0(K) damages agalnat tbe Port
land Hallway, Light aV Power Com
pany. The plaintiff allege that July
20 h. bought a ticket at LJnnemaa
Station on the Bplngwater trllon
to Gladstone, but waa refused a trans
fer at tb. Golf Links and waa finally
put off tb train. H allge that a
friend promlaJ to pay bla far, and
he climbed aboard tb. train a second
time, but waa put off again.
LEFT $7,750 ESTATE
Tb. tat of Charlea McCormack,
of Mount Pleasant, who died aeveral
weeka ago, waa filed for probate !
Monday. It la valued at 7.no, and
ill be divided among tbe following '
children: Mary K., Frank E., Charlee
Albert W., Homer P., Delmer
and Pearl J McCormack and Mra.
nna E. Turnbell and Mra. Etna
The tate of Julius M. Norrla, who
waa found dead in hi bam near
Maple Lane, waa filed for probate.
Tbe eatata Is valued at $1,200. David
Norrla waa named administrator.
A $3000.00 STOCK OF
W have the finest line of Ladl and Ch'ldrn' feho
ve hown In Qrgoit City.
lo 9t acquainted.
W ar glna te ll th at cat
$4.00 Shoes at
$3.50 Shoes at
As a further inducement we will give
FREE with every pair of Ladies'
shoes one pair of Baby's- shoes
Merrill & Cave
CITY COUNCIL PROBES
Bobby" Bum, who runa the
Milwaukle Tavern, waa called before
the Milwaukle Council to answer
charge that be la conducting a dis
orderly resort by permitting young
girls In bla place. Burns waa closely
questioned by Mayor Philip Streib aa
to the character of th. plac. h. runa.
H. mad. a statement In which be de
nied admitting young girls without
escorts and declared untrue tne re
port that the Ml-'waukl. Tavern la a
reaort for Portland tougha. Burn
told the Mayor and Council to Inves
tigate themaelvea, and thla la now
being done. Tbe tavern la run aa a
saloon and restaurant
Corner 9th and Main Sts.
DR. GUY MOUNT TO
LOCATE IN THIS CITY
"OH MAMMA!" SAYS
PARROT TO MISTRESS
MANY OBJECT TO
Several objectlona to tha aasea
menta for the Improvement or wasn
Ington atreet, received by the City
Council at a meeting Monday night,
were referred to the committee on
streets. Objectlona to the aasese-
menta for the culvert on John Adama
atreet were alao referred to that com
The bid of Stewart ft Graham tor
making- addition to tbe. nrehouaea
In Mountain View ana ureenpoini ai
a cost of $475 waa accepted. Moffatt
A Parker were allowed 1898.75 lor an
extra All on Washington atreet
A apodal session of tb. council waa
called for S -o'clock tbla afternoon
when an ordinance providing for the
Issuance of $29,500 bonds for the Im
provement of streete and sewers win
coma np for paaaage.
Dr. Guy iTount la coming back to
Oregon after four year In th East
and will locate In Oregon City with
hi brother. Dr. Hugh 8. 'Mount The
two pbyslclana are aon of the late
L D. Mount of Sllverton, who bad
four eone that went Into aurgery for
their profession. Dr. Mount waa
graduated from th. Unlverelty of Ore
gon In 1906. and went to New York,
where he waa graduated from Colum
bia College of Physlciana and 8ur
geons of New York, He later took
a course In the New York Medical
Hospital. He la a member of the Bet
Theta PI fraternity. One of his broth
ers la Judge Wallace Mount of the Su
preme Court of tbe State of Washing
WITH MS SHOPPERS
' Tha atreeta of thla city were
ih.. with Christmas shopper
Saturday and Monday, hundreds of
perona from varioua parte of the
Muni, cnmlnc her to shop. The
atoree .specially those that advertla.
in the Morning Enterprise, ara enjoy-
inj & hi holldav trade. Many per-
ona did their Christmaa shopping
early but, aa usual othera ar. walUng
until' a few daya before Christmas.
Th.r. tn no Indication of a diminution
of bualness thla week.
'Oh Mamma, Here'a yonr baby!
Pet me!" Thla waa the greeting giv
en to Mr. James Petty, by a parrot.
bich be bad formerly owned, an4
which abe bad not aeen for two year.
The parrot wa almost frantic witn
Joy upon meeting It former mlatreaa, .
and kept np a loua cnaiier ior mm
than two hour. Upon leaving tba
city Jwo year ago, Mr. and Mra.
Petty Bold the bird 10 uonny oe
cord per Wllliame. The family re
cently purchased a homa at Seaside
and Mra. Petty concluaea ene woqw
like to hava a parrot - nr. "T
searched In vain for one that he
thought would please his wife In thla
city and Portland and finally toU Mr.
Williams his irouDie. j am rwwwr
agreed to let him hava tha parrot
with - which be panea iwo yw
years ago, and Mr. Petty, radiant wit
smiles hurried with the bhrd to tha
Hotel Brunswick where ma n wa
waiting; In the dining room. There
were several other pereona 1 tha
room, ao when the parrot scrme4, '
"Oh Mamma, here'a your baby I Pat
me!" there waa much excitement
Tha member of Pioneer Chapter.
Order of Eastern Star, are requested
to meet at Maaonlc Tall at 12:30
o'clock p. m, Tuesday, to attend tb
funeral of our late slater Mra. Eu
By order of th Worthy Matron,
Aliar i-- .-- - ., d wM nnr
hi. frlenda In tbla ' city an d ,
.... two week ago. ii. ., .
mon oi -',--..
trio power n.u.- B,wd
"inr;r.';n4 w.. hr.
tha organisation '"'-- - ComPany
vii. a an4 waa a ni"" -
? - OrVgon National Ouaru
r.turned rom hla ru" Mo n7 .
Ing. and put hla angln. I a J M
houae. H. la tD0UK,bht.p,0flne. from
two block, on "d with
which he tan. m- h traek.
hi. akull cru.n-u w,doW
Flood . la urjlwd y t(
Uvea in poniauu. -
In Mount Tabor.
i . -.-.inatlon.
T Kald C.rri.r V" ,ost W,M
Tha Civil r C"f", Cerk carrier
him th. mor.
fort to t noaaeaalnl
Ii mnrnlnr b left
. 1 A :.tm. at least
'nt,D , Marcla Blad. wa. there, for
Hon to thing no ---- twtai
of which tim o a-"
D.iaa In Missouri l 1837.
nA records brought to light in Una
county glv. soma Interesting Ogurea
..ara ago. Cowa war. quoted
In 1837 at $7 tO $10; horaea, $26 to $40;
boga, a head. $1 26 to $150; a nice vea.
calf aold for 78 centa. egg 8 cenU a
4,..n and deer hame 25 centa each.
eonid aet a man to work for yon
. tut dark at from 10 to
I rum uuw
15 centa day. and be accepted pay n
Uldea, twlsta or looacvu,
mitta. Kansaa uiy
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They stiil possess that element of novelty
dear to the American heart and thus solve the
problem of giving Christmas gifts that are 'dif
ferent.1' Imagine how pleased most man would be to
receive an electric shaving cup or electrc cigar
lighter, instead of neckties, socks, and hand
kerchiefs, "as tisoal."
A tea kettle for grandmother, a samovar for
Madame s five o'clock teas, a chafing dish fo
the college girl or bachelor maid, a disk stove
for the bachelor, a flat iron or sewing machine
motor for the practical hotisewif e-all these
novel and useful gifts will be appreciated by
whoever receives them.
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USEFUL olfta. Each of th... d.v.c. I. -...". to do .om. on. th.nB
b..r than It .n b. don. any other way. wh.th.r'.t U to P.-U
eoff,., teat br.d ar furn.ah 'th. power for running a a.w.ng m.chlna.
Th. II". of ...Cr.o ChrlBtma. g.. - eompl.f that In It will b.
.ult.bl gift for .v.ry m.mb.r of th. family. ,
PORTLAND RAILWAY, LIGHT
& POWER CO.
MA I NOrriCE 7th onJ Alder Streets
IS ytoMM U I TtamptaUon to ragalo , 8ttMcrrB, for tha DaHf Htarpr
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