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MORNINO BNTKUPIUSK. THUKSIUY. DKCKMIIKK 28. 1011.
UI1LAN, 1:501, TO
RACE IN RUSSIA
c5-;!:a Trctter wa DIsplxj
Prcrsss JLtrcad (text Season.
EXFECT HOaSETO MAKE SPUSH
:. Hi Mimimii WUI B Cwtrtnrf
Witk THaee f Lm Dlli WKm
Q La We Half In M hi
In Cur Fsv Year Af.
a k. a Buiur. BOiUoMtr bors.
" of CteveUad. bo spends thou
eeada f dollar annually la th W-
, TClopatat af light , baroea horse
aaerotr for tha sport tWt ta la it, has
started t imit for his trip to Hus
sU. This win be tbe aecwad Urn thai
Mr. Billing baa bkn his stab) of
haraeaa aura across tbe water.
A few year ago the noted amateur
retaamaa exhibited tit trotting qnmi.
Lm Dtlloa. aad a few other
trotters aa the track ar Genua ay and
Austria. Th sppearaac of tb work!
cbasapioa trottar created furor la
Europe. sad Mr. Billings. Doc Tanner
aad tb rest of th America part
wc treated royally by every on roa
acted with tb trotting sport to Eu-
Bfora leaving for Vmb Mr. BIlllnr
waa mad to promla that be would
ratara to Europe to a rata bow hU
great etabl of trotter, and. being a
tea of bia word. Mr. Rilllnjrs baa de
cided U aall for Europe la tb spring
Jast wber tbe stable win ba shipped
ta Brat baa not bora settled, bnt It fa
a certainty tbat-Cbbrar tb
king of trotter, will be exhibited a I
anus of tb pretnlaeat track of Eo
ropa, To key tba champion ap for this lot
porUnt campaign Doc Tanner wll!
- prepare- TJblaa aad some of thaotb
ee boraea owned by Mr. nillimra In
Brunswick. Ga. There tbey win bo
' Jogged over tb gravel roada of the
annny Georgia city.
For Ublaa to max a apian b on the
European track (miai a great deal
as? exertion oa fhe part of the ebony
ranted apoader. - Talaaa perfonnaarew
will aatorally be compared wUb those
af Loa Diiloo. and aa Queen Loa trot,
ted a barf la SO seconds -tn Europe
tt la np to Uhlan to equal or bet
ter tbla. rklaa trotted faater halve
thaa tbla Ust Bumiuer. but tbev were
worked over " good trarka. built for
peed. Tba trarka ta Enmpa are good,
bat are not built for seed aa much
aa are tba Ameriraa trotting track.
J oat bow many boraea Tanner win
bar at Brans bk with hint neit
.month be doea aot know.Jot be Is
ore of taking jm Rilling 3. 21.
In addltioa to fblan. '
NEW HAIR FILLETS.
ev(ia Can and
A V - i
A Tart Awawee.
"I bope yaali knw iwe tba aeit
Uom oa ae . aaaiied the ilrt wa
bad ataaajred ta aex-ara a eaat la the
"I probably a bat If yoaTe waartajt
tba aaaaa bat yoa'va aH aa now,"
placidly aaawered tb (1H wba was
C&natnf ta strap. "I'll kaaw that
bat anyway," Chkar Trlbati.
Tba repnMv orfora of aoat forelca
batterfllea prevent them from belns
aataa by ttaarda aad bird.
"No." I ataaiaierrd. "I feeter did"
Taea yoa dua I know lb tarrar
ta In navva. know, doa t
It looked dowa at tba lrl of wboui
b asked the qittKa. and ana replied
with a nk of dread tad by ella(tu
rdmr ta blm.
-W were bathlnc." the Man rantlua
ad. "The ware were running blub,
and wa bad been advised nut to o
ta. Tba beach waa anwln and the i
aadertow atronc Both pw.1 swtw j
aiera. w aeitstiied in nntretint tne
bus roller, and a bra woLieo !
children were dawlne In the shallow
foam or a few cilnaina: to tb rt.
aquattlna ta let an eelHled brraker
prtnki their ahauMvr. ne walked
tbelr whit bui ne and awam. uow
O I buoyed no toward th aky and now
A Weird Story I Two rifaraa J loaered toward the btHtni of sand
BADOBaaa oa aorrrtaa Daaxta.
Haaddrsaae ar qalte wonderful.
There ar walla vt Truy in rhlne-
Btoajaa and )et wttb ,a white sUnvt at
tba aide; there ar two tnva banda o(
tareiabed ballkM tattk-ework set with
tarqaolaa and garnet: there ar broad
bar of btai k tulle aeld by bortaontai
barn of rbinetoaea set la silver: black
velvet band with a hUUrawork of
Jewel and n yellow aigm at the aide.
la addition to all tne oriental nlteta
there la a aid showing of tb foar
teeotb century Italian capo la kea(Uac
with tba aleevea. the aboulder line and
tb lac refflea a hka are revived from
tb Italian period.
The capa ar Ilk those to which we
aoce gave the name of Juliet. Tbev
ar atad of pearls, crfstal. turqooir
and corals oo a white aatia. or white
tulle ftxi Dilation Aa piak a no much
tba faahlou thia year among tb eit-lu
aivea. altbuuch It ta not widely Ulkfd
about, on aee a god niany of tbee
capa made of coral beads strung oo
coral allk and mounted oa a whlta fab
ric . .
Satin t rather aa unusual material
for these cap, bnt It la newer than
tall and looks quit pfc-tureaqu when
tt la worn oo top of the bead edgnl
with a row of pearls or'crystsl and
caf to sharp points that fall over the
hair, whk-b bldea tb ears The bead
dma pit -lured la a rbartulog reprudur
tioo of .Egyptian art.
Hct At Nittniibt
By f. A. MITCH tL
Osayrlckt by America PTa Aa
PAPKE TO RE-ENTER GAME.'
lti;aia ThanaWbelt" Matebad Up Far
, fiv Fight In Franca.
BHly Tapke. tit middle weiKht porll
K la going to fight again. He was
algned recently by Al IJppe. the Amer
iraa representative of tha Clnin dt
Fhrla. tba biggest boxing ' club of
France, for five fix bta at the club, be
ginning tba first week In January.
Tape any be la now In splendid
hap and i pacta to establish bl
Had It All Mapped Out.
A young lady waa acting tcmporarl
ty aa bastes, mys Ufa. and oer titu
waa much occupied Une of ber ad
nurers. a nervoua and abaentnilnded
terer. perretved That thfat'wtHiid be the
case, and to factlirata mutter be de
termined to bring affairs to a point.
H didn't get n chance
Afterward.- says th object of nl
m starred devotion. "I found this
morandum oo the flour, wber b
dropped It In bis agitation-
"Mention rise In salary. Mention
loneliness. 'Mention pleasure la ber
aociety. Mention proapecta from Cn
cla Jim. Never loved before. Pro-
oooo ooooooooo o
City folk who g to tb sea bore
for a coo pi of week, ar tt moat a
faw month In "the sea sun." ae only
lb summer pbaa of IL Of tba other
fhas they ar aa Ignorant aa tb In
habitant of th earth are of tba other
akin of tba mooa, which never pr
sent lis further bemispber ta v
Tba summer vlaltors donbtleaa tbtnk
that ta winter tba coat ta bleak. 80
It ta at time, but It la only n different
Jilnd of bleakneaa from that whkb oc
casionally prevails la hot weather. In
winter w bav anowstorma; In aura-
mer w bare fugs.
But a bright, crtap day In wtntrr at
the seashore caa tbera b anything
mora stimulating? It seta the pulse
throbbing and briuga th crimson ta
th cbeek. And a moonlight night!
Tb white snova reflects tbe moon
beams, and tba Ic breaks tbera into
prismatic rolora. while far out at sea
them la tb sam shimmer on lb revi
le wavea that there la ta summer
It waa on such a night that I set out
to walk from n friend's bnoe. a coo pie
of mile Inland. Tb a now on the run d
bad been beaten Into b-e. and tbe foot
tag waa bard From tb eaat ward I
could bear coo tinned rustling which I
bava beard, from toy birth aixl which
1 could then hardly live without I
walked facing the nn. wnhb vrns
at tb foil and atood midway between
tba horizon and th meridian.
about ahead of me. evidently a mt I
exhilarated by our surrounding a I
Suddenly I beard him give a quick
growl; then be cam running bark to
m whining and (rubbed agaiuat my
legs.' I waa surprised, for usually
Th Ever Popular Blouse.
To moat women a lieauttfnl llo'ie la
perfectly fascinating Indeed, some
women apend as much iinniev for a
single blouse as for a lallowd suit, and
tba amount I frequently wore than a
iy 4-- .
- i kra e
r "' .', -v
i'hoto by .America a Praaa Assoetatlon.
rirxa ooanso otrr or wntn Arran oat.
or am V4iiw ivih.
claim to tb middleweight title. He
tales that swimming dally bas restor
ed blm to Ms old condition. Tapke'a
bowing In his recent boats with Burk
and Mobs was poor, and tbe general
opinion among fight followers Is tbnt
b bas seen bis bast day.
; Kirby Nw President of A. A. U.
Qutttavna T. Kirby, new president
af tb A. A. V.. Is better posted on
field athletics than any other ma. In
' Evldena Wanted.
Hwitt I want yon to know that I
kar sens. Jewctt-I never bellrr
ainennfirmerf rtimora New Tnrk Pnwa
i A Lead of aVieka.
Seven pounds is tb weight of tb or
dinary brick, and a load constats of
500 btlcka '
M to 4 or Ti ano snow
hondred dollars for each. Tbla cuodl
tloo la rapidly developing, tjecause tbe
designers of biousea ar creating sncb
Iniurlou styles. Tbe exquisite model
pictured is of cblffoo and net In lovely
tan and brown tones Tbe stjuare neck
d effect of tiny pin dotted tull Is very
new. and th aleevea ar th latest ap
proved of by Parisian makers
Premier' Daughter a Cabinetmaker.
Mia Berntaen. eldest daughter of
tb Danish premier, baa aurprlaed ao
clety In Copenhagen by adopting th
profession of a cabinetmaker lo real
Tbe young lady worka dally la tb
arorksbop of a wall known lady cabi
netmaker along wttb tb other ap
prentlcea. among whom at present aba
la tba only woman, from 0 o'clock lo
"What sort of ticket doea yonr aaf
fragetta clnb farorr
"Wall." replied young Mrs. Torklna,
"If wa owned right op I think most
of os would prefer matlnra tickets."
What Old H Maanf '
. Naidore Your wife naed to slog and
plajr a great deal I haven't bear.l ber
lately. Naybor-HInc tb children
ram ah bus bad no tlin Xexdore
Ah.-children- sr anrb a blesalngt
In northern waters millions of flab
ar ground Into nothing by tb moving
masses of ire.
Beth t Blame.
John Too ar always buay when I
com In. Cbsrtes-Well. yod always j
coma in when I n busy. ,,
Cenoaalad Waa pans.
Magistrate Old be carry concealed
weapons? Policeman-Ves. II bad his
Oats lo bla pocketa-New York Press
older Far Class.
Glass may be fastened toe ether with 1
a solder mad from plnety fiv parts of
pn to Drtor copper.
"waa oosDccrao to a a irtwo on vaa
when we walked out together either by
day or night be paid little or no atten
tlon to those w met on tbe wsyV I
spoke to blm encouragingly, but looked
ahead to aee what bud frightened blm
I saw two silhouette, for tb moon
light waa on tbelr backs, leaving thrlr
faces dark, th on a man. the other a
woman. There was something singular
la tbelr motion or something tb mat
ter with my vision, for they would ad
vance and hull, advance and halt,
keeping up this motion continuously,
which seemed to m to be like tbe
awaylng of an object moved by wavea
But aa tbey. drew near ma I did not no
tice such motion, tbongb tbla might
bav been because I waa Interested In
tbe persons themselves.
They wer both young and. strange
as It may appear, wer walking enclr
cled In each other's arma, clinging so
tight that I wondered bow they could
move at ail. Both wer pale, and
tbev was so expression on tbelr face
which I can only describe as nnrest
Tbey stopped when wa met. though
my vision con tinned to Impart to Micro
something of tb swaying I bav men
tiooed. And Just then, whether It wa
a breeca from lb eastward or soma
thing la the clothes of tbl singular
con pie. I amelled th sea. Tbey did
not speak to me. so I addressed tbetn.
"Ton ar out lata," I remarked for
tb want of something better to say.
"Tea." replied tb yoong man. "Wi
ar going np on to tha bill yonder."
Tbera waa bnt ona bill, and tbat was
only ao eminence on tb crest of whlcb
was our cemetery. Tber wer no
bouses tbera, only tb tombstones.
Which even from wber w stood were
white In tbe moonlight Wby In the
world should this young coupl wish lo
go up ther at midnight?
Tber Is a fin view of tb ocean np
there." I remarked.
"But It's cold." said the girl, with
"It Isn't tha view w want." ssld the
young man: "It's tb rest. Tbe dead
tber are undisturbed. Tbey II (ran
gull by day and by nlgbr. Tbrr do
not bear that rontlnned distant rustle
of th wave W'bear now nor tbe
boom tha water make when they djub
against a roek. Nothing I an frightful
a a great Mack cold wave. It la merrt
less fUd you ever get raugi out
. "On, tha xhliarstka of spurting oa
tba atoostor'a back: Tbey were our
playfellow, towing ua like frteodly
glante, whose laugh la a roar. W
swam aid by l1e oa our cheat, aa
our sklea. aa our tacka. under th ur
fac. , Why arkmWI w fear ir ntr
mou comrades When tbey threw ua
up w knew that they would break
aur fall when we cam down, a a
strong aiaa will catch a child.
"But, when I looked and saw that w
wer drifting. sutMeoly I became ra
scions tbat tb billows woo HI not help
as bock. It wa than that tbelr turret
less aatar first struck m. We stop.
ped oar play and struck out fur tbe 1
ahor But wa glod nothing against j
tba current aettlug seaward Tbeu
you. darling, becam . frightened I j
strove to encourage yoa. I assisted
yoa wttb on arm. while 1 awam with
tb other. When w rs upon a wave ;
w could see thM our danger was ',
known to those 00 lb beach Tb
bathing master bsd plunged In and wa
coming for aa, ahll other wer try
tag to Is a nab a boat Hut tha bathing '
tnaater could nt reach aa Now and j
again, deaptt my support, you aank j
beneath tba surfaces tbea aU grew )
black"- . j
n ceased, while the twa clung t
each other a if tbey wrre again sink j
Ing omler their playfellow, whose
Buerrtles nature tbey bad not under
stood till their own welfar ram In '
conflict with their luorganlc fore.
" "Bat you were saved al laatr I gap- j
ed. shuddering. "The boat reached you !
and took yoa lur
There waa no reply. Tb couple '
passed on. moviiiK In that satne nn.lo
Utlug motion with which they bad ap 1
proached. I watche! tlietu till t hey J
turned to ascend the cemetery bill i
Then tba moon seemd to go under a '
black rloud and -
It waa near daan a ben I felt a shake
and boum-i blue bt -pouring duwn my j
throat Then I knew tbat I wa being)
cuaieu. 1 wa tumi op. ruir were pot
about me. and I was plmed In some
sort of conveyance, for I heard th
aoond of wheels and felt a Jolting
Now and again liquor wa poured
down my throat till the vehicle atop
ped and I wa carried Into a warm
room, and hot water bag sere plated
beside me. Tho I oft-ncd my ryes and
awihat waa atbonie
Aa soou as I was able to talk I wa
asked bow and wby I b id collapsed on
tb road Had I been struck, bad I
felt Illness t outing 00 J
It I dlflVnit for m to explain tbat.
shrinking from giving tb true csuse
f my breakdown. Waa It a dread of
being considered insane? Ind I fear
Inaaalty myself? Waa It tba result of
1 ten o us weaknesa Was It a dUtlk to
talk about my frightful experience? All
these causes wer mingled. Tb only
reason I gav waa tbat I bad been
walking on the road and supposed I
must bav recetred a stroke.
Bat a physician declared he could
not find tbat any portion of my pbya
Ira I makeup had glveo way. Tb only
danger I bad Incurred waa that of
freetln;;. My dog bad got noma with
out me and barked at th door. My
brother, bearing blm. bad got up to let
m In. auiHslng tbat I bad left my
night key at horn. When b opened
tb door (he dog ran sway, barking,
now aud again runolng bark to the
bouse, then starting on. My brother,
realizing that tha dog waa trying to
persuade bim to follow, put on tils coat
and hut and waa conducted to me.
I jinx on tb road. I waa nearly froxeu
Within a faw boura after my arrival
at bom I waa aa well aa vrr that la,
bodily. Mentally I bad received
shock. Those about me. seeing tbat I
did not wish to b questioned about
th cause of my troubl. refrained.
On day I beard Ibnt tb bodies of a
yonng man and a young woman who
bad been drowned during the previous
season had leen recovered. Tbey bad
been thrown In a sort of cove during a
atortn and wer found so tightly locked
in each other's arm tbat tbey wrre
separated with difficulty. Tbey. wrre
taken to th cemetery on tb bill aud
On would siipHs tbat I would now
say something a boot my meeting at
midnight. The discovery only drew me
tba tighter within myself. Not for the
world would I he pointed out, aa the
man whose brain bad auddenly given
way and had supposed b bad met with
a uprustural experience rather
chose to keep my own council. Tbe
day may com, though probably not In
my time, when a method will be dls
covered by which wcan communicate
with th dead may vn ae and benr
tbetn. Tbeu those whose natures seem
to b so constructed thst tbey ran ban
this communication onalded will be
abla to tell their stories and atill be
believed to be mentally sound. W do
not know tbat all oar senses wer bom
In primitive mso, Perhaps a new set
anc may be devtloped for discerning
Vnn Itfwtw IK ,1 M
- tun Hiiun nidi every
tlscmcnt In this paper Is a t
mcssofle lo you. Cdch mcr
trior advertises has soW
he wishes lo bring lo yourl
Ice. " - 1
If he did not know that he J
on urtlclc Ihot would meet V
your approval he would nn 3
the man that fldvcrrUr k
most Is the man that win hr.'
his goods under the critical
of the most people
Thus, advertisers musl '
most vigilant In the selection ')
their goods, and keep them i
such a standard as to give tt;
buyer absolute satisfaction I
Every merchant In the rt
knows this to be a fact, and If it
Is successful he mu.t followiv
The m iienl I m uem kI.U M.
you ore safe In dcolln g we
those that advertise In the
Myrll Mulr I spending ber Christ
mas vacation at horn in Portland.
1 Walter Kevsnu la cutting wood oa
th 8trowbrldg plac.
A nw lighting aystem baa been
Installed at th Bandy Hotel.
Kd lluma apent Xmaa In Pnrtlsnil
Annl Itacbman apent Chrlatmas lo
Mr, K. M, Douglas l In Portland
A. L. Deaton and family spent
Chrlatma wttb friend In Lnt.
Tb dastruction of Herman Rltter
biiah's bom by fir was narrowly
averted Monday by Oorg Omnnr.
who aaw a amall blata through th
window aa h waa paaalng by. If
quickly brok through a window and
mothered th flames. Tb family
wer away and tt ta thought the blai
started from a lamp which bad bn
Tba frea drawing took plac last gram al tba cburrb Cartas j
Batnrday. Ilrat prita waa woo by Tba prograia glvea bf tW
O. Ill awl from tb county; second by Thursday and rtMav atfta
Ix,m. wirfa and iBlrd. rr.nk Patch, " Th J
jr " " " rB" ; waa ry god. Tk follpS
Irov Walker and wlf spent
Christmas with relatives tn PortUnd
Orva tteatoa and Mr. nh war
married last Thursday and all! make
Canby tbelr fulur bom. Mr. nb
baa a sevsnacr trart of land north
of towa ibat b recently purchased
from Mr Mary. Mis fteaton Is ona
of Canby's charming young ladles,
well liked by avsry on, w wUb
tbem all aucceaa In their new under
Jopb Warnork baa raturnetl h..ma
after several months spent with rhv ! Cborua old gauta Ctasa
Walcom Hong, by Ik srsool
Reollailoo Dtrk a Modsat Vat
Exrcl Tbs First Ckrlatasi )
DuatVndar tb Ioobl talk J
....Josephine and Norto h
ChoruB Jolly ganla Claa J
, ty a, ios) I
maloaueflnow'wblt u4 In
Uttl Dwarfa sens) I
iunaerfba for tb DaMf BaUrprl
Ia China an Inferior npoa horseback
meeting a superior dismounts and
waits until tha other has passed. '
Organs wer known be for tb tlm
of Christ snd were used In religious
service eerie In tbe rtiiistlsn ars.
Miss Mary Glenn and Prof. Dean
J. rtutler was married at Kalama,
Wash., October 1, and wnt to Inde
pendence on a bridal tour of a few
daya to visit Mr. Butler's parenta.
Th marrlag baa been kept a secret
for sev al week from relatives snt
Mrs. George Campbell and son, of
Oregon City, spent Christmas day
with her brother and family, Ed.
OMa. On Monday Mra. Campbell visit
ed at tb boms of F. M. Dennett.
Mis. W. M. Pric entertained st
dinner Christmas day Mra. Mary Lit-
iM-neio, r. ana Mra. Woolen and
aaugnter and Mr. and Mrs. Lou
Ingnont, of Portland
Tha telephone company la painting
and remodeling th telephon offlc
and making some good Improve
A community sidewalk has been
laid on th aaat and north aldea of
tha Armstrong property, temporarily,
nntll Mr. Armstrong gets ready to
lay a six-foot sldwafk around nla
property, whlcb b contemplate do
Charles McClarln, of Runavlati.
spent Christmas with his slater, Mrt.
H. L. Herron and family, returning
bom Monday evening.
Mr. and Mra. 15 r art flhsrV or
gena, ateat Christmas with his par
ents, Mr. and Mra. Oorg Shark,
returning bona Monday.
Mr. and Mra. Oaorg gherk nte,.-.
talned at dinner Chrlstmaa day Mr.
and Mr. Graham, of Portland, and
Mr. and Mra. Evart Shark, of Eu
O. J. Holman, of Silver Soring.
wa found In th station Saturday at
1:45 by on of tha train craw suffer
ing with a strok of paralysis. Bar-
eral man carried him horn and t he-
doctor waa called and saya ba la In
Mrs. Brown, of Mount Tabor, wag
Christmas gueat of Mr. and Mr
J. II. Graham.
Murll Pagt gar a party Saturday
evening to aom of hi classical
and friends from Portland. Tts ve
iling wis pleasant) apent In music
pnd uames, Refreshments were sorv-
rd by Mr. Paget and all anloynd ilia
vonlna, r turning bom on h bt
car, . ..
TJnltad fitate postage stamps bra
tnrall printed la sheets of iOO
twenty each way
Whan a man Is going to pay bis
debts b hardly aver exceeds tb speed
aisra ana family and John Graham
boo ramuy wer present.
John Knight and famllv of Port
land, apent Christmas In Canby, the
sue.,, oi ma oroiner, William Knlgbt.
Mr. anrt Mra. George Hpencer n
teruined at a Cbrlatmaa dinner W. IC
nawiey, or Portland; Cheater Ita
ley, oi Albany: Mr. and Mra K I.
Cha, and daughter Mable, of (ilsd-
.ions, ana m, t. Hawloy, of port
Albert Frednaha was calling on
friends between trains Monday.
It Boper, of Divide. Or., Is visiting
moiner. airs. k. ur. ifni.in...n
and alster. during tba holidays.
Bam I4wery vlsllsd bla Uttl daugb-
8vral of th young poopl at
tended th danr at Needy Batnrday
evening and several went to Hub-
.ru ah report a good tlm. HI I
no arry arrett er th muslclnn
Mabla and Ralph Koebler returned
home from Portland Wednesday
and Christmas tree at the City
orated with evergreens and red and
ttir. it cam down a lari fir.
P Th.!: P'ck 00 h"
Tba Chrlatlan churcb gav a pro-
live In Waahlnglon. f it intenneJUt I
F. (1. Thacker baa taken posse, i RecltaUoa From tiobbv'i rohtt
lon of tba store that ba purchased View Kddla
from W. 8. Schutler. ! Instrumental Solo . . .Klrld
Anna K mixer. Haiti Meyers and j Recitation Santa's Choice 1
Fay Via Tber are spending the boll- kVl I
day wak with Ihelr parenta la Canby. Duet Myrtle Huicblnsoa bbI I
.... n1 Mre (rsorge Martin, if Scbuller.
McMlnnvill. with bla w0 children. VTiat w Did. Itorma Ha
sijent Chrlatmas with bla mother. I Champ Vaughn. I
who gav a Cbrlatmaa dinner n n ! rv...i ir.n,in. iir.it ford
I lam ti ton.
Recitation Bt. Nlck a fingr
..... ........... Ftoraaoi I
Cborua Cb rial ma tvery
RaoltatlonA Utter to 8nt- 0
Cborua A Cboaen O'r
Oration Florence Munaon.
tx.in.. it.rk tId's tDtarrw1
.... 1-wls Mitts and WVMC
Solo M tea Florence Munoa
Unalx Ke the Land
. ,rft 111
UHAM A TI1K M 11"""
Cast of Characters. I
Kate nell (tha School M
Mr a Orump (tbe complalBlM
... Ul.a nsDDB
Mra. Undertow ..Mls IwH
Marly I'ndertow (a pupl
MISS josepniuv ,
Mr. Undertow (a "&V
Ml'nnla 'TTueblood' ''' oV
Milt Harmon (a PP". ;''u
Johnnie Orump (tb. ljfit
Mr," Troabiood (a e-, (
Jaaila' XaVwhaok' (janitor)
, CANBY, .
Joseph TleattT and son Oscar wer
Oregon Cltr visitors Tuesday,
W. R. Wlgi and famllr bar mov.
ed to Corvallla, which plac will b
their futnra bom.
B. F. Combs and family, of Salem,
spent ClirW-"a la Canby, tha guasta
0. B. v-
Treatment at Hot Lake, Including medical attention, board
ha he, M no mort thfji m woojd to Hw fct tnf flr,t eUM
hotel. Rooma can ba had from 75 centg to S.B0 per M- "
In tba caftrlg ar. srr4 from 10 cnta up and la th. r
uiual grill prlca. Batba rang from 80 cents to $1-00.
We Do Core Rheumatism
and mud gl n4-r
tlfla dlrctlon bav
thousands. Writ. M Hl
trated booklet oMf"TiDi
Hot Uka Sanatorium
th. methods employed.
Uk. Sanatorium la
alhl. aa It la located
- ii nan vt -
V"'; ' . . -. "
n.vo p aN. rail41
special excursion rate,
.r. ..... .ti timsa. A""
10 p nao at mn
HOT LAKE SflNATORlUN
TALTCR M. PICHCC. Prcs.-r;;r.