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With 0"' "haa kullfut Doll pRt( to every eu.tomer
aajey "I. Th wh.n lying ,n, Huffy btfof
By er 9 A ehane to e'v ye Kll nlca Doll at n ,0
Akfof Premium Tickets'
MORNTNO ENTERPRISE. THURSDAY. DECEMBER 21, 1911.
rutting your hair trie t ,00
n Innumerable M of tonic and
A Wimm'i Antwtr, , '"""
Th basher Wbo when ehav1n M
I t0 RtWANO
! T th rtt conviction
!w person praoo. wuo
!uUrullf rtmoii eoplee of Tb
Horvluf Kulerprla from Ike
ImM of eubeerlbare after
pr tM ! placed laara ay
, baby at
h tar riser of
giiba; endue ela-
-II U bit Iblr
Haraua Health, of Cam. ' wee In
Oraroa City Tueedar.
William Herman waa la Ihla city
TwUy, on buine.
H.arr Keluer. cf Mallno. a
!U dtv Weduday .
Mr. flalley. of Clatrroonl. waa la
Owelty a buelneaa, Toa4y.
hik liullard. of Kedlend. we In
tU clly oa bualueee Tuesday.
0. C. Truman, of Creaton. Iowa, la
a uia rtty fur a few days.
Carl Klrrham. of lae. vaa la Or-
BM Clly Tuesday and Wednesday.
Mr. Job a R. Lwe and Eph Lee la.
a Care. er la Ibla -city Tuesday.
Mr. Lerklne, Ida merchant of
Chit vaa In tbla city Wedneeday.
TVeiaa and Clarence Kvane. of
Haw-Hala, vara In thte city Tuea-
J. 0. Sod, of WoodJiurn. waa Irene-
tcuaf bttiiuoaa la Oregon City Tue-f
IX C Ely eurprlaa you when you
w ala prlra of fura and rompara
Ik alih oibara. Thar maka food
Mr. aad Mr Rutart Dullard, of
Baorald, rra In tbla city Wadnaa-
VUlUta Blawart aad two aun. of
Car, aar In Orvana City Wadaaa-
William Jonaa. of Mulloo. la In thla
Hy Ttntlog lia bla tnotbar, Mr.
ftad Bchafar tha aaainlll man of
MulalU, aa la tbla city Taaaday and
Cbwur Ullla. of Tanbv. aa In
Uti ntjf Wadnaaday on bla way from
allaa Oartruda TUllar. of Bnarwood.
a among tha Oragoa City lltora
a4m.alay. 7 1
I. It. C. Ulnrum nf PanbT. W
urrgon Cltr on hualnaaa Tuaaday
Mr, and lira wti.urr at lllab-
a, aara In Oragoa City on buaW
Tptt Itntt.p n WXAnrmAn m K In
Oragoa Clly Wadnaaday, baring coma
Koland Hdwarda, of IWavar Crak
II In Alt ah i 4 Kail . nn
t- C. U iholnnii. nf tha larl
T."n" of tora and holiday od
city, at low orlcaa.
William Lurk, mm nf tha nromln
raaliloot of Canby, u In Ora-
Cltr On TnavU.
1. H. Wataon. adltor and publlab
w ottLa Iimaco Trlbuna, waa In tbla
on Diiainaaa Wadnaaday
'w. Ulrthold and aon. Otto. wara
V Oraaiin rii it'. .4 havlna
- nra on builneaa.
Attna BVt.i..i. .. . & - . In
rj City Tunaday and Ndneeday,
""ring at tha Blactrlo Hotat
Mwra, who haa baan In Po
"" bara aha waa mIImI. haa ra-
J"""0 to Carua, to rlalt r daugn
10 tailing ildg. niana.
Pton Main till.
Aahtoo. ona of tha taaoher
iClackaniaa county, whoaa honia la
waa in inia ciiy r""
aJ Mountain Vlaw Blbla Study
JJ" U1 maat thla aftarnoon at I
t tb homa of Mr. J. W,
l0'! Qraca. ona of th wall
250 farmara, of Clarkaa, waa trana-
ouainaaa In Oragoa City waa
n? Hanry Watilar, who Tlaltad
rt'ran in Han asan-4aA tnr aavaral
t,h. haa rat u mad to Oregon City
8hrood and Bdgar Moahbar
""a m Oregon City Tueeaay.
I well known farmara of Clwk-
fVmaa gagar. of flhubal, waa In
ly Wadnaaday oa hie way home
' Portland, where be had bee" on
for rat dare.
y Bagar, a well, known poUto
f of ghuhel, waa In thU dtx
kr, baring brought In f
"lV B. Lorelaoe, on of the In
of Clavokamaa county, whoaa
lartnrwater, wa la tbla
Ula Ona Caray. abo raaldva bnar
Carua. aMd ibruueb tbla clly Tu-a-day
on hr way to I'urtUod, wbira
ha tlaltad rvlatlraa.
Iiava iHirall and an, lly, wra In
f0 Clly Wrdnaaday. barliif coma
kra lo maol Miaa lirara. ho baa
bn vialiing at Uoali'r. Oregon, near
NoUL 7M Mala etrtwt. baa lot of
Ida fur tlte bulldaya: port CO rrnia.
Muacal 70 rant. Oldr alua at pro-
portlooala prlraa. Mlnra nirat and"
rium pudding flaror. Urapa Urandy,
Krarfc , llraody, Apr loot Urandy, Ma
dera, Port; 8 harry and MuacaUl
a I lira. 1
Hon. O IL Irtmlck Ml Waduaaday
rvuing for tultti. a bora be la aa
atturnay lu tba Jafkaun Uoauli over
Iba title of l&Oarre trarl. Ha -aa fIJ
return lo Oregon City Friday.
Mr J. K. It arrow a. of Ibla city. bo
rwrotljr undvrwant a aurilcal opra
lta a( tL Vlarant lloaplul In Port
land. U Imprerlna. and atll be able
la Xtm brousbl to br bumul within a
tfarfT anil ltnlu,rl ttKnnlMirn anil
lf. of Eldorado, ware la tbla city
Wadnaaday. and whlla bare rlaltad at
Iks Knma tit LIP anil Mra Rlrhard
(trhentorn. Tba latter baa ba n rary
III mr aTFrai uaja, uui la imprviua.
lira f'alharlna nHltnn tho art.
rompanlad bar dauibter, Mra. Tbotnaa
Tram bath, a law aaya ago to BMiiw,
ll'Bah t,i atli-nil t h . funarml rit Kaf
daugblar, tba lata Mra. lloaard Kw
Ing, ha returned to oragnn (,uy. un.
Tratnbatb baa alao returned.
T l Vamlall fnrmarlr nrlncloal
of the Waat Ongon City acboola, and
nnar al tha kaad of tha nubllC achooll
at Amity. Yambill county, la apandlng
(he holiday wltn rrirnat in roniana
and Oak Grove, and U accompanied by
bla family. 11 a In Oregon Clly
Hr. V. Holden and three children,
of Teeoma. Waeb.. bavt arrnea
Oregon City for a vlU with aire.
Iloldnn'a alatara. wra. rtooen ua.
Mra. L. P. Wllllama and Mra. jouu
Lelchtwela. and alao with Joaaph
Myera.-aho la a brother of Mra. Hoi-
don. Bhe waa formerly mae !"
Myera. of tbla city, and la well known
Mra, Clarence Tbronden, of Canby,
Minn, baa arrived In thla city ana ie
vUltlng br mother. Mr. M. Myer.
and family, and alao at the home of
Mra. A. Nathe. or Twainn
roe atreeta. Mr. Name ie a a.....
of Mra. Tbronden. She wa arcom
panled here by Mle ElUabetn V Irn
mer. of raradl.. Mont, bo li i alao
a gueal at ma
Mlu Mabla Mill, after vlaltlng at
tha home of Mr. and Mra. D- Orla
wold. o( Carua. returned to Oregon
City Tueaday. and reatiraed her poei
Hon In John Adam' tore.
wnet ne Wanted.
-What did aba aay when the judge
ranted bar a divorce, bul forbade
ber to marry In tbla atate an'o
-8h aaked the Jodae to make ber
buahand provide ber with traveling ei-pane."-Detroit
Avarice ia gencrsny the Ia4 p"
aion oi Ihoae live of which the hrt
part hai tcen qund-rcd m r--ure
and the arcond devoid to am
t.ilion. Me that ainka under the
fahRue r4 tiling wealth lull lu eg
with the milder busincai cl wring
, A.I Japan-" Nrracka
Inma. an.l tba Japaneae aoldler Mt nk
among the beat gymnaat In Ibe world
In half a minute they can acale a
.j. .i k.'.iimhine nn earb
fourteen roi wm , v -
oiher-a -boulder, one man euppurtla
two or Ibree there. .
; tngiand and Walea.
ElBhteen bm.dml mllea I. the
orement of the coa-t Hue of England
, ' . . .iitnllr called Jew
'.. h wr ". f i - ahinilanc. In the
al I .a ail I araaa aa nil a-wiri'w
y. uuiu. am"
tha medium- of clrcnjrton.
lj - afa aaaa,
" .77 i, la lmnowl-
Horaaa are ue - .
bla to tell wbaf. In them until tb.y
ra broken. M,oloui.
Palnter-Oh. Nature l my beat
. m . 1 W a , IK. rMWIH
friend Toe uiri ia -eorlander
ber T-rilegenda Dlatt.r.
ua. Bronx-Blnca dieting aba baa
.on appearaac Mr. "'lou
Baan aoma dlaippaa ranee. -Judge.
H d eecured Ita lnoeoendance
.gwlaawar. It commanced
,ace cam In 138.
j....ua yog Qo Dot taaM t ,..
i hln hie alalar, ibe Ulkatlre lady
j 'tb lialrdrMduK auporluiu.
I "And now, madam, will you have
, anytblug on your bead wbB I am no
Ubedr aakad the artlale a a I., coa
I Cludad a vtgoroue aharupoo.
"I aui aurw 1 don't know," wa nind
, W i tiuatiililua- reply, - waa In bo(
w wouni irava auoiiKb balr to pin lu
hat to." Naw yura l'
There ie Inouinarable method of
courting, but the beat method la to ba
hU.- Kniik Itlrbardeou. i
lie finally Settled It to His
By (IARISSA MACKIt
Coiiyrlalit ly Ainarlraa Praaa Aaao-
c iallon, UU.
"lie wild the atore, lurtU." au-
aoiio'rl Luj Itoaklnao bla ilrrk our
dark Nii.Ikt luomlug. Leui il
off bla ovvrroat and buug It Ou a wj
near bla deak, bung bla rap on lop of
It aud rubbed bla band wltb a gratl
0d air. -
I.uella Wllaon waa a tall. pale, prvtty
girl who wa bearing thirty year aud
never bad bad a daclared admirer
There waa aouiethlng Very aby aud
reaerved about Luetta tbat made the
village young nieu land aloof trm
though they uiltht admire br pale
prettluraa. K-r alma alia bad k-ft
a bool aba had clerked In I.en Ko
klu' dry good atnre twelve ear lo
all-and peple aald ahe waa a 11 if un
to the Ibm month Lem, had n
nounced hi btulup fur aale. Ho waa
going to aril out aud go to New Met
loo. w bire be bad an intercut In a mine
that waa paying well.
Ho thla morning aa be buug up bla
bat and ovrnoat be reeatd to Loot
ta. "I've aold the atore. LuettaT
iou barer Luetta a voli e wa
quit trembly, but Lem did not notice
It. lie did not aell bla atore every day
and that wa eicltlng enough.
"Ye. Ton canY gueaa who to."
"Not FediTinanT" abe baiarded. buay
with ber duatlug.
"No. You'll never gueaa, Luetta.
George Illne baa bought It"
"Ceorg Illne:" ecbied Luetta. col
oring faintly and turning her. bark eo
that Leu tuU:ht not discover ber agl-
Taaoiaa THKaa it aa Lovaa'a itin
tatlon. liaorge Illne wa a well to do
widower. nd be bad approached a
near to an admirer of Luetta aa any
"Tee, air; fv me my price, too, and
any you can keep your Job. I told
him tbat be couldn't keep atore In
Traakvllle without you to keep thing
atralfihf, and be aald be guead I wa
"That makee It nice for you. Lem,
aald Luetta. with a emlle. "I auppoea
you will aooo be going out to New
"Juat a eoon a I can take In
ventory and turn the placa over to
hlra. Luetta. we're got to take lo
rentory of all the atork and flituree
and give biro a llt. If you ant any
belp I dare aay I can find aoma glrla
to belp you out"
But Luetta wouldn't accept any help.
She bad leen In the atore ao long It
wa a aeoond borne to ber. aud ahe
felt on fnmlllar term with everything
within It ahnbhy Interior, and aba de
termined that no other band aava ber
own ahould touch a thing.
go Lem'a handaome bead waa bent
above bla book all day. and Luetta'a
pale gold balr hone against the dark
ahelvee a he palnataklngly took in
ventory of all the thousand and one
artlclea of women'a wear tbat cum
bered the ahelvee.
There waa never anything peraonal
In their relatloua. To Lera Boaklna Lu
atta wa alwaya the grownup little girl
whom be had often dragged to ecbool
on hi led and who later on proved
to be tha beat clerk be ever bad. Lew
wa ten yeara older than Luetta. and
ba aald ha waa a aettled bachelor. He
waa good looking, too. In a big bluff
way. and the gray balr at bla templea
only dded to bla fine appearance.
Day after day paaaed. while Luetta
patiently waited on cuatomera and
Lem pored over papera and ran around
tba village, making dlatracted prepara
dona to go away. .
One afternoon It rained, and ha atay
ad Indoora and offered to belp Luetta.
who waa aortlng notion.
"I'll write down tha Item and you
call 'em off." be auggeefed. "I d like
to get through thi week, ao'a I can
"Ton needn't b In uch a borry.
there a good while after yon get there.
"So I wllir langbad Lena. "Do yon
know. Loetta. I never think bow Jt
will be ffter I there,. Ail I ea
aeem to think about are the going and
the eirltrriM-ut. upioa It'a becaoaa
I're uerar Iwn away from noma
much. It'a a good thing I dlda'l de
ride lu go till after all my folke had
paaid on. Tberv Uu't anylaxly lu
mind uiy going.'
"Thafa a." Raid Luetta. wllh unei
At bono I.UHta went home lu din
ner, and while Iio am there alone
eomtulilug bin lime uIIm ti rame
Ceoric HI n. who had buukrit tbe
tor. II waa a tall. thlu. dura man
wltb a acauty black l-eard worn la a
' George Illne placed bla umbrella
carefully In the ataud near tbe door
and walked down tbe atore to the back
part where Lem wi alttlng.
"Take a Chair." aald Lem. toealug
bla time tablea aalde. "Coma lo bare
a look around f
"Tea. Have you got tbe Inventory
"No. Wa'ra working on It now. Lu
etta wouldn't bare any belp. Kbe
made up ber mind ahe would do It ail
beraelf. It takre longer, but b know
What abe'a about."
"Loetta a pretty good clerk." ob
aerved George Ulne.
"There ain't a belter on In tbe
"1 auppoaa It would h bard work to
Cud anybody to lake ber place." weut
oa ;eorge Illne. mora aa If be wa
Ieukug to blmaelf.
"You ain't thinking of turning Lo
etta WUaon off. Ueorger Lem'a yea
"What If I amr aaked tba other
"Nothing, only I'll call tbe deal off.
Luetta'a worked In tbla atore too many
year to be turned off now. I'll keep
the etora and let ber run It for me
before I'll eo ber turned off." aald
George nine emlled tolerantly.
"Don't get iclted. Lem. Ton won't
be called upon to do anything aa aen
aatlonal aa all that. Juat tba eame I
may dlarharge Luetta Wllaon aa eoon
I lake over tba atore."
"Oh, you will, will your aneered
"Ye. Don't get ao hot Lem. Walt
until you bear tha reat of It." eoothed
the other man good naturedly. "If Lu
etta Wllaon leave tbla atore It will
ba becauae ahe' going to marry me."
"Oh!" aald Lem, very much a If ba
had received an unexpected alap In
the face. "I didn't know."
The door opened, a customer enter
ed, and George Illne aauntered out
Later Lem aa w him atandlog oa tbe
corner talking to Lueita. Lem felt
atrangely eavage about Ibe whole
thing and alammed dry good around
tha atore until Loetta fluttered back
to ber placa behind tbe counter.
"I euppoae you enjoy getting up tbla
Inventory for George Illne," aald Leu
"1 don't know what you mean," aald
Luetta calmly, though a little color
flickered In ber check a.
"Of coure I can't xpect anybody
to car much berauae I'm going
away." went on Lem. foolUbly reck
leea and auddrply fiercely Jealoua.
,,-Of coume hot" aald Luetta. with
"Because yon haven't acted aa If yon
cared whether you were leaving any
body behind or not." aald Luetta
vaguely, "llere'a aome more abell balr
plna, Lem. Put tboee down on tbe In
ventory." So Lem Boaklna wrote down tbe
abell hairpins, and papera of needle
and darner, and anoola of thread, and
tap mean urea, and papera of plna. and
aboeatiing. and balr nete and "rata,"
and not once did bla Una part to utter
tbe little Jokea that uaually came readi
ly to him aa be worked. Lem waa
looking worried and baraaaed and not
at all bappy. Be waa aorely pnixled
In a trig boy eort of way. and be waa
trying to work It out In hie mind to bla
At S o'clock Loetta brought blm tha
la t sheet of foolscap paper and aald.
"Tba Inventory'a flnlabed. Lem."
He glanced at It carelessly, and then
bla eye sought ber blue onea and held
them In a long, rloea look.
"Ton got everything In. Luetta V
"Everything. I'm aura."
"How about yourself. Luetta?"
"Met" abe faltered and then blushed
botly. "Lem Boaklna, are yon laugh
ing at mar
II aroee and stood clone bealde her.
"Luetta." .v In a low. buaky role.
"I'Te been an sful foot and I never
knew It till thla noon when Oeorg
Illne cam In here and told me tbat
when be took over tbe atore ba might
dlacbarga you because yon were going
to marry blm. I didn't know that Lo
"1 dldnt know It either." aald Lu
etta quietly now that abe realised tba
great moment bad corn Into ber life.
"Then you're not?" b aaked agr'y.
"Not If I never marry." ,
"When George Htna told me that I
auddenly real lied that In leaving
Traakvllle I waa leaMng you behind
and tbat you and your pretty gold
balr bar In tha etora were the dearest
things In tbe world to me. I're been
a terrible fool. Luetta. Would you.
could you. care for me enough ao'a 1
could Include you In the Inventory of
what belonga to meT" He waa Whis
pering, because ahe waa In bin anna
and ber pale gold hair waa against bla
rough woolen shoulder and ber cbeeka
were pink and wet wltb tears.
Luetta. atandlng there In her lover a
arm, aaw the door open quickly and
Seorg Illne enter and atand angry
nd amaced at tbe scene before blm.
Luetta'a woman wit came to tba rea-
'I've resigned, Mr. nine." aha aald
"I e you bare." be aald ehottly.
ind, going out be alammed tba door.
Weatmlnatee and London.
Not ao many yeara ago Weetminster
waa a aeparute locality from London.
Between them were green Bldl nd
pleaaant lane. Now they are ao cloaaly
knit tbat only tba tag collector could
a wear to tbe boundary without eonault
ing a map. lo tbe wedding Weat
miniter baa loat aoma of bar indJjldn
ad by an Eallaea, .
of tbe aun on Aug. 17. 41S
. rrlfled tha Athenian that
rf eated at Syr cm.
ImrMorttaa (or tfc Daaty
JUira SLAYER OF
G1SL TRIES TO DIE
BOSTON, IXeo. 20 (Special.)
Rer. O V. A. Kk-heaon, former paator
of tha Cambrldg liaptlat cburcb, who
ta In jail ber charged with tha murd
er of bla former aweetheart. Aria Lin
nel I, attempted aulclde In thi cell to
day. Blood poisoning Is aald to have
resulted from the wound and tba ac
cused mlniater'a condition la reported
Tba county medical examiner fear a
that Rlcbaaon will not live to face
trial on tba Lionel murder charge. .
It waa recently reported that (ha
wealthy Edmunda family of Hyannla,
a fashionable auburb of Boston, had
turned agalnat the minister. Richeaon
waa engaged to wed Mis Viola Kd
munda at tba time of bla sensational
arresi two montha ago, and the glrl a I
family war staunch In their support I
of him at tbat time. The chanced at-1
tltude of tha Edmunda, coupled with
fear of tbe result of the tightening
coil of evidence about him. Is believed
to have prompted Alcheaon'a attempt
to end bla life.
. Richeaon stabbed himself In' tha
groin wnue nis guaras were neing
changed at 2:30 o'clock tbla mornlna.
Pbyalclana declare tha wound could
not have been Inflicted by a man of
It la not known how Richeaon ob
tained tha Jagged piece of tin wltb
which hla wound waa Inflicted. He
had been a model prisoner. Tbla
morning tha night guards beard
moana, and aaked tba minister wbat
waa tba matter. He aald:
"I have cut myaelf. I am bleeding
Tha aurgeona found the prisoner to
be Bartering terribly. Anaeethettca
were administered, and It waa decided
that an operation waa neceeaary. Dra.
Iirounti. Amea, Sargent and Lathrop
aailsted In performing it
' A Giant tmpiror.
Maxlmlnun. the Ktnol Roman em
peror, could twiat coin Into york
ecrewa, powder bard rock a between
bla flngera aud do other seemingly iui
poaaibla thlno. When sngered be
oftfn broke tbe Jaw of a borse or the
Skull of au ox with bis fist. His wife's
firacelet nerved III in for u ling, and
every day be ate sixty pound of meat
and drank an ampbora of wiue.
Christmas Holiday Far
10 f 'sunset l
I 1 0GC CM a SHASTA I I
I I UOUTES I I
A Fierce Threat . -
The train wa futt of fierce mbtwra.
Strong men sat In tbe seat of tbe care
and held their bands aa bleb aa possi
ble. Women trembled and w-ept. with
tbe exception of tbe spectacled young
woman from Wayside slstion. A rob
ber approached ber. "Don't you dare
to touch me." nhe ahuited. "or I'll
cream aa loud aa 1 canr-Argonaut
Ready For It.
"nnbby, I'm going In for tbe simple
"All right my dear." said bubby aa
he reached for bis checkbook. "How
many gowns will that require?" Kan
aaa City Journal
Ceuldnt Bear Sight ef Hliw.
Tle'a tbe Ugbt of my life, pa."
"1 don't like the light In my eye."
New York Preaa
A warm Una.
Bacon An boneat man baa no show
In tbla world- Egbert I notice yon'r
been pretty successful! Exchange.
Spsnleh Hen's Eggs.
Tba Spanish hen's egRS. weighing
aeren to a pound, ar tba largest produced.
Account Chrlstmaa and New Year'a Holiday a epeolnl rata
for Studenta and other haa been authorized from all polnte of
one and one-third fare roe round-trip, ..
Sale datea for Studenta:
From Albany, Corvallls, Foreat Grove, Mt Angel, Dae 20
and 21. ' '
From McMinnvllle and Salem, Dec 21 and 23. "
From Da I lea, Dec. 22 and 23.
From Eugene, Dec 16 and 17.
Final Limit, January 8,1012. .
OTHER SALE DATES.
Between etatlona In Oregon and California where regular
fare la laaa than $15. Dec 23, 24, 23, 30 and 31, 1911, Jan. 1,
1912, For full particulara call on nearest S- P. Agent or write
JOHN M. SCOTT
REV. FORD HARRIES '
FIRST COUPLE HERE
Mlsa Lucy Balcom and Guy B. Phll
H d were married Wedneaday night
by Re. T. B. Ford, pastor of the
Methodist church. Thla waa tha flrat
marriage ceremony performed by the
Rev. Ford nine he .became paator of
tbe church. He married aereral Clack
amaa county couple before accepting
tha call here. Th bride la a natlre
of Canemah and Mr. Phllllpa haa been
living In Gladstone. The couple wlU
go to housekeeping at 1219 VanBuren
arenue, thla city.
The tallest structure, compared with
tbe alx of the builder, la tbe bill of
th termite, juv white ants. If tbe
bouses of men were proportlonstely
lofty the humblest residence would p
a mile high.
Patronise our advertleera.
SALE OF RED GT.0SS
Tba sale of Red Oroaa. Baals wlU
come to a close in a few daya. lira.
Darid Caufleld, preaident of th Wo
man's Club, announced Wedaeedsy
night that the aal bad beeo moat
gratifying and urged all perean Aa
alroua of aiding th vlctima of tabt
cuioaia to buy aeala at one. Sereral
of tba Oregon City atorea are offertng
them.. Th money derived frank tk
aale of tha aeala in Oregon, uta1d
of Portland, will be used in th car
and treatment of tnherculoats patient
In the country district aad that do
rived from the aal of them In Port
land for tbe patient In that city.
If you are not reading the Morning
Enterprise, why not? Tear -end Bar
gain period ia now on. Saw ad oa
They still possess that element of novelty
dear to the American heart and thtts solve the
problem of giving Christmas gifts that are 'dif
ferent." Imagine how pleased most men would be to
receive an electric shaving cap or electrc cigar
lighter, instead of neckties, socks, and hand
kerchiefs, 4 4as tistial." "
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, aflat iron or sewing machine
motor for the practical housewife all these
novel and csef til gifts will be appreciated by
whoever receives them.
It ahould not bo forgotten that theea eieetrlo Chrlatmaa glfta are all
USEFUL gift. Each of theee davlcea la dealgned to do aoma one thing
better than It can ba dona any other way. wh.th.r It la to paroolat,
coffee, toart bread er furnlah tha'power for running wlng machine.
The line of aleotrlo Chrlatmaa ojlfta la ao oomplate that In It will be
found a aultabla gift for every member of the family. ,
PORTLAND RAILWAY, LIGHT
2, POWER CO.
MAIN OITICC 7tti and Alder Streets