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TITE MORXTMJ OREfiOXIAJf. TUESDAT, FEDRUART 1.1. 1916.
LITTER BEING SWEPT
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Msi JilllilUilil III&tjh
A Clue to
URrRISra com. tomfctin or
otttr MM tha habit I Ptrti
.4 th UlMt thrill ert4 l
clala oa.-ltr 1 ooo.nrmnt of
1 ChrU, E. MiUr. r-prMil of
ji firi n'l known 5ti.rtJjr t n
Inform) tuachn for Mc Ml
froit.1t U:r. Mr, fclilol K. Cortw.L
u koiUit at h't attract! bom.
IhlBlhorML la IUrld. T6I affair
:t.oJrt oaly by a fr of ta rloa
a.c Iri.nclj of IH br.l-l-t. ll of
born Uttr ot to Mr. Iltti Lad i
Corbtt la , io tha bri.lo
mm abowrvti evertu;
Tftta artiir w pUnnd to rok
known la . not lb sut ln
c.U'l4 foasf ma in! m;!.. io
era! of tbo ;ausr mrrd coatm
j.ot. w bo trt clo n.oa of lb
Ao at a tbir-1 affair SUtor-Ur. lr
t. T. Jraitb. motbar of h brll-to-b.
formalir anaouort tna nKntml to
a Bumrirr of ol 1 rrlcn.t. at a mall haffa
k!.t.;i. for biv& Mr, W. Orlla
r-.t. at b'r homo in l"ortU4
smltl U orobably " of
f. t Jntr.t;e bo! . In I"ort:n4 -ei.tr.
la a.o ono of tbo moat a I -
tr.ti of roM. aa oicoptionallr
ci.r artiat. doune tbo pl f
j. a-. a:moat Ulrtljr to paiatlna V1
rr-'iva4 bar arltar oauratioa In Tort-Jn-t
Acarlnir. and a f-ar yar.
u!.J art la tha Art L'aauo of Naar
ork. !". tbt tioia b baa baa
r of tbo faithful tuJ'Ota of lb
t'nrttaiM) Art Jcbool. and la coasirtra4
ona of tba mot capabio talcot of tbo
M . ,rtt I a itr of Hi l.aey
tmttx. Uv;4 !mi:b. a promlnaat lnair.
ao.o man. aoi of Urn. CorbatL & U
a dota of o:f. a monbr of tba
rla fountnr Club, on4 ato In-
; In tb atalttlr at Multnomah
C luo. of wbi.J ba atao l a mmbr.
A crat aaal of Mix mita Itim'l
lima la dott to philaotarople work,
tt roues tbo Junior Uu. of bich
13. a.o ' atl'O in'tnbar.
Mr. M.tlar l of a lit:rutb4 an4
poniiiio! .N-r Tork famtiir. a of
M-a. Chart K. Millar, of Outhara. who
I. amine tba moat lclutliro matron la
Nar York aaiat- II ha ona brotb.r.
I-nforti liir. who I tl!l attn4m
llr-rvl. fr MU.ar :o l a llrr
tnan, an ) b b In INirtlan l for tbra
r. la la io-prl4nt cf tbo Oro
B. UumCiar Company, vita a plant to
!,. smith an4 Mr Miliar h hn
eeaeaa for soma' lima, but thlr
rat b b-a trar14 o carafully that
ti'l tbo cioa (rin4 of tba brtUa.
ti-t know of It. Tha ara-Mlnr proo
a" y .l taka plara In Aprt
a a a
Mr rM C. Ila prl4a4 at a
rbarminc Informal loB-hca an4 rnt
In.. a.t.rlv m honor of Mr. i:il-
worth Xiit'r Taylor, of L Ansa!..
bo la p.tn a f ak with bar
rarant. Mr. an4 Mr. W. M. Whid4n
Tha luncbaoo wa rv4 at Hotal port.
In4. coai b-ln plac4 for t, fol
iw.4 by a party at tha Orph.um
a a a
Mr. A!frw4 A. Aya an4 tlttlo dauxh
lar. Ilarbara. of Iapina. r.. ara pair
a (ar wab with tbo formar family
at tba Thotnaa 1. Hooyman raaldanc.
throne ni loyal foUowar of tha
V:'tine .Nurwa Aotation fl!!4 tha
p.rl.r of HoCa-l Tortiand yaalrrday to
tlrn4 tba annual Vaiantlna taa for
aa-a tba KaxKllon rnaraoar war
boot. II wa a d'lishtf utly dlvaral
Xia. af fair lntartine ananta tumbling
r mett otb.r to antartala tba nu
Mute. nsne an4 dancine. a w.ll
a. (.n.ril dam-lne. was part of tha
proaramma. WaMrmar Lin4 contrtb
dulin auloa to op tba pro
(jramma. anl Otto 'Wadaroayar. accom
iani'4 by M Ikmtirii. I'lpar vans
taraa d.lichiful an4 artl.tlc aoioa. un
a "lo njh." by iriff. followed by
-l.-r Liaba Inch" and aa an mcotr a
truir cr arm trie llttla aone uee'atlv
of iprin. antnl4 "To a Water I-ily."
ai.o by t.ri.e.
Ma Aia inl'a ret In a dainty
. (nan chiffon coatuma d.an'4 a pratty
paral dan..-. lllol by "Woo.1
"imph." axalatrd by Mr. I no. a!o
In r o. tumr.
"or t.la laat hour of tba tea eeneral
aljrv ire waa anjorad by lb eue.la. and
a tb.r was a dearth of mn partnar.
tba do-butantaa dan-4 tecthar.
Mr. Pternun1 rnk rci4 tha
ila.n baa at tha door contalnlne tba
i irrr con trtbut lona. and tha room war
fi.ia.j with a by of rharrolDK irl
'lllne hoota-mada randies aod aertrlns
lr and rf r.hmnt.
M-. A. X. Morrl.on an4 Mr. Jama
T lloiwrnan wcra tation4 at th
tjM contalnlne tba atirartlr boir
of hni-ma'l' randy, th pratty con
liin.ri and ta.krta blr tha cift and
han.dwork of lira. Laula II. Tarploy.
lrartu-o!ly ry bit of tha i!i waa
"Id. r-t!T onrlrhtnjt tha coffers of
I c - o-tat ion.
Tba Ira tab! was rharmlnc A hue
paat.l bin' haart-abapad alrntlna wa
Int.rtwinaM with primroa'a and nulnc
bioaaom ftand with a bie fluffy bow
f pink tulla. Tba bonrg wrra divided
"for prr.l ! t n at t ha urn, tba fir.t hour
b'lnc '' br lr. Iala Mi!!. Mr.
Kurt II. Kohlar. Mr, holf-imon fiu-ni-auar
n. lr. C". Ja.-k.on. Tha
arrn. hour. Mr, f. I. t'nwntne. Mr.
llrrB 1,11 'orb'tt. Mr. MaH f.hr
mn an4 Mrs Henry C. t'abelt pre
liJ'.l Huc rla-ar4 !n'm carrylne
t'ft tha pink and bluo color scheme
wer bn't ahut tha room.
Tie sir:, who a t. tba matron
O"!' !"i 'IJn( canly and irrt tn( re
fra.nmrnt war: Ml.-. Marr.irr
r h .wi. fT'mant'na lamheri. K -m.
n. Kina'Twan. re--!!-a Wolf. Kafhar
n- tfoIbrooV. Mrsrrt llrwett.
t;-rtt hn Klo.l.rtnan. faullna park.
Mart ."ijr ftmirb. Mrv Louia Fl
d'fiiilmr. ttiath Jtaa. J-n Mor
rifn. ILho-)a hum.ll. FT.a Gill. Mar
Caret ite and UnalTa Itnttcrf 114.
Hp. nn4 Mr. fiort f !irmn Pnt.
-f-rd and M'. J. M. l:-brt. mother of
Vr. Htford. Ift Thursday for fan
rr.nc-!.-.x where they will Join Mr.
I" 1. Hot. ford, who i. returmne from
a tr'r fhrouIa tha :a.t. Mr. . I.
Iior.for'l wa ralle.J Fa! on ""nil
r tl d.atk of her lter. lr. tavtt
.vfartin. who .a a lore e.tate. They
j .an to lor t.utb.ra California for a
I m be for rvtoramc aom.
Tn (T N. C. R Olrla wltl rlv their
ana'tal b:l tonlcht at Cotillion Hall.
Tia event Is to ta Informal, and In-viiati-n
for th orlctnal dat will ba
Owtne l" th l'ir death of one of
l mamhera. tha Port'aa t llowlne Club
ha po.cpna. It dana onttl Mreh
; It waa to have ba this weak at
tha attractive rlubhoa.
a a a
Tie t'nitarlan Womaa'a AIllaa will
out aa all-day m.aftre for social
aarvlc work, baelnnlnc at I o'clock
1 1 morrow moraine with a basket lunch
"at noon, and a hon tneatine at I
e, r!o-. At I V!i.-l Mias Fann!
S orter. prtf.-!rl of th Failine lichool.
' wiit ha Int r.f"i'e4 a eeet of honor,
a--. ete a talk 9n "nr fnrtic
b-:.!r.n. " Vi. porter prant. tli
iirf. cef'v from her peraonat ob-
rtlon. ei"4 In her own achool
rama A lare Pr cant of h-r pupil
ara either foreiea barn or of foralea
axaatAaSa. TX I. a waa poaoaad
! OL.M. I'OKILA.MI JIAIU JU
as , .
tor two weak, owing- to th weather.
A cordial Invitation la extended by the
aUln-. to anr who may lh to hear
and paak with Ml Porter. Tha meet
Ine wtll b In tha Unitarian Church
parlor, corner of Broadway and Yarn-
Mrs. V II. Mcon!t enlertalned th
woman of tha tinalaaka Need! Club,
their famllle and a few friends on
Saturday avrnlne. Th avenlne was
n)oyd In play me card, flv tables
beine arrane.d for tha lurala. Thoe
praaent were. Meadaroes and Menar.
Ma.on. P. Anderson. IL Ilu-kr. II.
Hroadb-ra'k. M. l-onaliton ft. K. Kellr.
W. IL M-'l-ow.ll. II. McKadden. Joeaph
Schfare and K Woolery; farl inlth.
IT. rat and Mr. Iolse; Master Kd
ward and Clydo Woolery. 1'srvy Kelly
and Hi.t.r Xvhwars and tba little
Mi.' Marearet MrFadden. Adeline
Kelly. Geore and itath Mn. Prises
were awardd to Mr. P. Anderson
and II. Hroadbeck. whilo tha consola
tion prla wa elven to Mr. II. Mc
Padd.n. It'f rrahmenta were e erred,
the hoatess beine aited by Mr. IL
The Merry owls will slv their next
partv at the hoine of It. J. Mr-Gulre.
! Kat Klfty-first street North, on
faturday nleht. lanclne and acveral
other entertainment features have
been arranerd. At mldnlKh t. tha hour
that tha blmhy hooter emere from
their haunt. featlrlty will relen
lulirrma and not until reluctant dawn
bids them retire will th merrymakers
turn their fares homeward. Th next
bualness meetlnc of th club will be
held on th nleht of February 14.
a. I aleatla la leap Tear.
How doe M. Valentino retard Irap
year, I wonder?
Io he. ik Cupid, lend himself to a
reversal of th usual order of thine
sad think It not amiss for th fair dam
sals of tha land to send th missives
that relate to hearta and darU and such
Why not? If this Is tho year when
the women hare the privilege of pro
poiinc. why not of beine th valentine
To bo sure, many a trlrl does send
Valentin. But will this practice b
mart e-encrally followed becau.o of lt
beine leap year? Perhaps tha spirit
of leap year will enter th custom and
men. much to their surprise. b deluced
with iJentlnes as never before.
If tin doe happen. It will show
that women tak advantage of tha prlv
lleea of leap year mora than I
pa. led. In fact. It has been hinted
rather eencraily latalv that not only
do women take advanlaee of leap year
but that they do not confine tho priv.
liee It confer entirely to leap year.
In rervnt macasine artlrl It was
lalal In on of lb numerous Ton
fe. ions' we are bavin.; now aa a
ateady mental diet, that a lareo pro
portion of woman do th proposlne.
And In a recant newspaper article
widely copied waa an Interview with a
noted suffrelt leader and ber bus
band la whLh he frankly slated she
had don tha propolntf and ba as
frankly admitted It. Moreover, the hus
band believed In this arranermenl and
tbouxht It oucbt to b more seneraL
For many year, writers on women s
I aronurate eondtttone and the woman
qae.tlon en.rlly have proven by
loeto- that women oucht to propose.
Marrlae. they say. so chances a 'W o
enaa a life that sb should not be left
to wait to .e If It comes to ber. 8h
ousbt te decide whether she wanta It
or not and than If her conclusion I In
tho affirmative, ro out and et It. Thl
bu.in of standlne and waltlnc and
takinc It or not as It rhanras to rome
! her la a form that uit. play havoc,
the writer maintain, with a woman
life, far more so than under the same
contitiona. It does with a man a.
For If a woman Is to marry she
should prepar for It. th Sam as she
would prepare (or any bualness or
profession. To Jump Into marrtae
with no knowl.de of houkplne.
nurslne. economte maaaceanent of tba
family Income, the re.rln- of children,
means disaster or a Iocs; and costly ex
perience la calntnc th ncwary
knowle-lee. On tba other hand, to
study for some work or profession and
brow II al a lie for matrimony I
waata.. And wbt'a a woman's oppor
tunity to Kt married lies In a man
hand, the chaotic conJuions wlil
fio e-erhape thla leap year H will
j;i4 4wya4 aiavus ttagr nl ayea
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FOR OUT-OF-TOWN GIRL.
leap year Itself until It revolutionises
on of tha bis; thin affx-tlns- woman s
Man are t llaaaa Th
Who Keepa Hecret.
DESPITE the fact that th Inability
of women to keep secrets Is rec
ognised as a forecone conclusion, there
la one woman In the employ of the
I'nlted States Government who I en
trusted with the most drllcat secrets
of state, and doea not tell them.' Miss
Marearet llanna Is said to know more
of the Intricate details of diplomatic
questions than any woman in the Untied
Slates and mora than most officials.
The woman who keeps secrets is the
confidential secretary and asxintant to
Alvey A. Adee. Second Assistant Sec
retary of IState. Adc is the ono high
official whone office la permanent and
that of Miss llanna Is quite as per
manent aa thai of her employer. Ad
min st rations may rome and Admlnl.i
tratlons may go, but Adee and bis eec
practically all matters concern In
International questions are referred to
Adee and they are then almost without
exception referred to Miss llanna.
whose duty It is to lend such assistance
as Is possible and then fnricet about IL
Miss llanna Is Invaluable to the De
partment of International Relations
because of her lone; association with
the State Department. She has all of
tho fine points of details stored away
In her brain ready to be drawn upon at
a moment'a notice. While Adee and his
superiors are busy plannlne- and writ
Intr Important communications Miss
llanna Is ready to act a card rata
loeuer and supply him with any neces
sary knowledge of precedent or points
of International law.
Most of the Important diplomatic se
crets Miss llanna knows while the rent
of the world I guessing about them.
She helps In the preparation of state
papers that are of the most confidential
nature, and she does not mention these
out of hours, either. She has In her
car a vast number of secrets affecting
the welfare of the I'nlted States. These
she considers part of her day's work
and nothlno- to mention elsewhere.
Iiecause of tho fixed and prevalent
Idea that women cannot keep secrets
the State Department has very trw In
Us employ. Kven the most detailed
work, which Is admittedly dona more
carefully by women, la entrusted to
men rather than to trust the secrets
that It Involves with women employes.
There are a bare half doirn women In
the State Department and none of the
rest are entrusted with state affairs
further than Is necessary In their
raparlty. Their duties are purely
Miss llanna la considered somethlnaT
more than a confidential secretary and
is accepted as a valuable adviser. Iloth
Democrats and Hrpubllcans have found
her advsre sound and her ability to
keep secrets rather above normal. In
addition to beine level-headed and re
liable. Miss llanna Is a decidedly younir
and pretty woman, with a fresh and
pleasing; personality. She Is one of the
women with whose services the Nation
would have difficulty In dispensing.
MORE PAVING IS ASKED
Nrsr Frtrdlnc for nbo Avenue
Improrrmrnt Art; Ilceu n.
New proceed In rs have been started
for the Improvement of Bybee avenue
from tha eat line of Kaat Twenty
sixth street to a fret east of the cen
ter line of the rlkht of way of the
Southern Parlfic Hallway Company and
the Portland afc Oreenn City Hallway
Company, to connect with the exlstlnat
pavements In Ktmorlnd. The total
coal la atlmated at flv.?:?. Thl Im
provement Is classed aa bltullthic pave
ment, except that portion crossing the
viaduct over the two railways.
Ky be avenue will be paved early
thla Sprlnc from Mllwaukle avenue to
at Thirteenth street.
Mrs. Lucille Do trail poad.
CHKMAIJS. Wash.. Feb. H iStie
ell. Mr Loirile Dorrah. wife of
Hran.on Dorrah. died of tuberculosis
yesterday. She wa :i years old arid
was born In Itirevlllc. la. Her mother.
Mrs. C V. Potter: a sister. Mrs. Krnest
Kalbtis. and three brothers. Uro. Harry
Mil CaUweil Potter, survive her.
i - AT i'AS
Street Cleaners Resume Work
in Down-Town District.
TRASH STREWN BY STORM
Tliro or Four Days Are Needed for
Bureau to Catch l'p With Sched
ule Burden of Cat in
Forces Is Heary.
For the first time since the recent
silver thaw Portland streets are now
being cleaned. Work of removing snow
from the business street wa con
tinued until Saturday, the street clean
ing bureau using all Us forces for this
work and letting the rest of the city
The result la that the paved streets
throughout the city are In a condition
to cause numerous complaints.
Not until yesterday was any attempt
made to clean even the streets close In
to the business district. The litter
which accumulated from the trees dur
ing the storms, combined with the
refuse that makes -street cleaning nec
essary durins: normal times, presents
a decidedly Insanitary appearance all
over the city.
IVork. la Behind Schedule.
It was reported yesterday that It will
be three or four days before the street
cleaning forces can catch up with their
work and net the streets In proper
shape. When this is accomplished the
schedule of street cleaning will be car
ried out as before the storms.
One of the contributing causes to th
unclean conditions Is the cutting of
street cleaning forces. January 1 about
IS of the roaulnr street cleaning men
were laid off. their places to be taken
by automobile street flushing machines
purchased in December. Since then
stiil more of the forces have been laid
The machines were of no use during
the storm weather and therefore the
street cleaning bureau was short
handed and had to give up all work ex
cepl the removal of snow.
I aemptoyed Aid In Work.
The unemployed were called upon to
clean off the heaviest part or tne snow.
When thev finished the work was con
tinued by the street cleaning forces.
Piles of snow throughout the business
district were removed, even Including
plies shoveled off of roofs, which the
city ordinance provides must d nauiea
awav bv the persons throwing it mere,
Until Saturday, It Is reported, the work
of removing snow waa continued.
The automobile street flushing ma
chines were put on the streets yester
day and were found to work well. They
take the place of SI men and 42 "horses
In the street cleaning bureau.
FIRE COMPLAINTS ISSUED
Dr. .?. St. Clair and Dnrnside The
ater Manager Are Accused.
Warrants were Issued yesterday for
the arrest of Dr. J. St. Clair. S1 Han
cock street, and George M. Harris, enan
ager of the Burnside Theater, charged
with vlolatlona of tho city ordinances.
Complaints were made by Fire Marshal
Stevens and Fire Captains Groce and
In the Instance of Dr. St Clair, a
fire call to his residence Saturday
proved the origin of the blaxe to have
been the placlnir of hot ashes In
wooden barrel. The barrel stood out
side, but close to the wall. Aside from
scorched, paint no damage was done.
In the basement were found three
other wooden barrels, all filled with
At the Burnside Theater Saturday
evening a boxing bout was staged. The
seating capacity overflowed and me
aislea are said to have been closely
crowded with standing spectators.
TRACK OUT OF COMMISSION
O.-W. R. & X. lo) Around St.
Johns Cndermlned by Wash-Out.
Men and teams are working day and
night to repair the damage caused by
a washout last Thursday on tho O.-W.
It. & N. loop around St. Johns.
Nearly 100 feet of track was under
mined, and tho fill washed into the
slouch a short distance from the lower
peninsula oil tanks. No freight has
been sent over this part of the line
since the middle of last week, and It
will be a few more days before the
trarlc can be used. A number of smaller
slides have occurred, but no other seri
ous damage has been done.
JAPANESE IDENTIFY LOOT
Two ltcooirni.o Property Taken by
Two of the Japanese farmers held
np and robbed by Karl Ferguson and
Nicholas Merry, the young men ar
rested Saturday for right highway rob
beries, identified property taken from
the young men as theirs, yesterday
Both men were robbed of their
watches on the night of February 10.
st S o'clock, n quarter mile south of
Stanley Station, and one retained tht;
guard of the watch chain broken by
the robbers in Jerking the watch from
him. The Identification was complete.
S. Takemoto and F. Takemoto were the
Lazy Livers Come from
Lazy Living sometimes
from food follies that tax the
overworked digestive organs.
Get back to Nature by eating
Shredded Wheat. It puts
you on your feet when
everything else fails. It sup
plies the muscular energy
and mental alertness that put
you in fine fettle for the day's
work. Delicious for breakfast
with milk or cream, or for
luncheon with fruits. Made at
Niagara Falls. N. Y.
COURT SCORES LAWYER
CASE AGAIST JIELVIX AROlSES
IRE OF Jl'DGE 31 GIW.
Jury l aaalmons la Award of Judgment
for 1413 to Elderly Woman
Who Brought Suit.
"Ha rot what was coming to him,"
commented Circuit Judge McGinn, when
a Jury brought In a verdict yesterday
afternoon of (1411.69 In favor of Mrs.
Matilda S. Stabler, an elderly woman
who waa suing F. E. Melvln. a local
attorney, for tho return of money he
maintained was due him for services
rendered in property transactions.
Tk. n .1 l.i.w riT.r-ht n talc, hold
.no n i " u J " J wwe,.. . - - -
of cases where lawyers in confidential
relations betray their clients," went on
T v. ..,..., n r tho trinl -Tun?. Mc
Ginn made evident his conviction that
the woman had been wronged.
"Do vou call that a trade?" he de
manded of Melvin. at a point where a
deal in White Salmon was being In
troduced In the evidence.
"Why eh "
"Would any honest man call it a
"Well. I don't!" retorted the Judge.
The case involved an equity In two
Westmoreland lots and 40 acres at
TIl.tA Ualmiln Th fl t tnmPV tl R d hSn
died the property for Mrs. Stabler, and
the contention of the plaintiff was
that he had made more than 1400 on
the deals and held the money as a fee
for his services. Milton R. Klepper
represented Mrs. Stabler and will short
ly appear in another suit brought
against Melvin on similar charges.
The verdict of the Jury yesterday
$3184 WON jNDEATH SUIT
Plaintiff Wins in Third Trial, of
Case Over Ioss of Wife.
After the third trial in which
identical evidence was Introduces
Kram Klline was awarded $3184 dam
ages for personal injuries and the
death of his wife, from the Blake
McFall Taper Company. The sealed
verdict of the jury, whir-h was turned
Kohler, the Artificial Eye
Expert, will be in our store
March 11 to March 16
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Call, telephone or write!
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Mr. Kohler are accurate re
productions of the natural
eye they defy detection,
and do not cost you a cent
unless you are satisfied
with them in every way.
It is nard to state when
Mr. Kohler will bs in Port
land again. There is a
strong probability that he
will never be; so- don't
overlook this opportunity.
Floyd Brower, Mgr.
143 Sixth Street
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Extracts, and the name of your dealer.
"Hespo" for those who prefer
a 30c coffee is as good as you
can buy at the price.
DWIGHT EDWARDS COMPANY
in Saturday night, was opened yester
The case was tried before Circuit
Judge Gantenbein. The first suit was
brought by Elling to recover damages
for the death of his wife. -The Jury
found for the defendant. The second
jury sat on a suit for personal injuries
and the loss of the companionship of
the wife. This jury disagreed. The
third Jury, on the re-trial of the sec
ond case in which the same evidence
was offered as in the other cases,
found that Elling had been injured to
the extent of 3184.
Wallace Has $40,000 Fire.
W.fVLLACE, Idaho, Feb. 14. Fire
originating from an overheated stove
in a lodging-house practically de
stroyed the Jones Sr Deane building
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and that's to pasteurize every ounce of cream used in its
The first to appreciate this fact were the creameries now
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Such powders deaden the skin with a lifeless hue. Or
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SOI Oliv Street,
"Country Club" at 35c per
pound, is the equal of many
here late today, and caused a total
loss estimated at $40,000.
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