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MIDAY, JUNE 16, 190s.
THE MORNING ASTORIAN ASTORJAjOREGON.
AN ASTORIA PRODUCT
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"Dr. Pondrus preached at your
burch laat Sunday, I bear, llow did
70a Uka Itr
"Enjoyed It Immensely. Never had
ucb a funny dream In my life." I'hll
Pa pa 'a Tltw.
Mamma Look at the baby laughing
In hla aleep.
Fapa I suppose he'a chuckling over
the way be kept ue up laat night Bal
Ah. vowed that eh. would hav. her way,
WhilK h. mlfht do or Mr;
Bhi frowned a llttl. frown.
The argument waiert wild and hot;
If. Mid Kim thine that he ihuuld not.
Then hurried oft to town.
But, oh, alee, ah. had not won I
And so, at length, whan dar wm don.,
h. mat him at th. door.
This tlm with taare and aoba and sighs
CDs pleadaa-but, to tor surprise,
It andad aa before.
Jf.st mornlnf, wh.n th. un waa up,
flh. put aoroa sugar In hla cup,.
And, Ilk. a child at plar.
Che flirted In coquattlah slyl.
And coaxed him wtth a honeyed smile,
And tbua aha got bar wayl
-New Tork Praaa.
Recently a friend apoke to Jefferson
Ue Angella about a young 'woman in
bis company. "She's very pretty," re
marked that Individual, "but ber syt
trowa are too dark."
"Oh, I don't think that detracts from
her beauty," waa the comedlan'a reply.
"Her eyebrows aren't aa black as they
Are painted." "
If you want good, clean meal or if you
arc in a hurry you should
go to the
This fine restaurant in thoroughly up-to.
date in every detail.
The Best Restaurant.
Regular Meals 25c.
Everything the Market Affords.
Suuday Dinners a Specialty.
Palace Catering Co.
Jjome Clever Sayingi
By Bright Little Tob
MARGIE-Do people get Into heav
Johnnie No, of course not
They have to be good.
"I'apa, are there aucb things as locks
"Ccrtaluly, my aon."
"And la a wlgmaker a locksmith,
"Tommy." aold the teacher, "can you
tell nie the meaning of 'repentant?' "
"Yea, ma'am," answered Tommy.'
"It's how a fellow feela when be geta
caught at It."
Mamma-Wlllle, did you see any one
take my blackberry Jam from the pan
try? Willie (whose mouth looka suspicious)
Mamma, I guess I must be like aome
of the Bible people who bad tyea and
Doctor (to Gilbert, aged four) Put
your tongue out please.
Little Gilbert protruded the tip of his
Doctor No, no; put It right out.
"I can't doctor; It'a fastened on to
"Now, Freddie," said hla mother, who
wus entertaining company, "you must
not talk while the ladlea are talking. It
"Huh!" exclaimed Freddie In disgust.
"Do you want me to grow up and be
Uumuij-?::-.Ullwi NWA . ... . ... .
Ideas Forme i in Childhood Have
Produced Good Results.
BECAME NOTED SCULPTOR
Women Who Have Ben Real Estate
Agenta and Lawyers Snow Character
iitlca Worthy of Emulation by Men
and Sbo wWhat Effort Will Do.
On winter day trior, than half
feneration ago a little girl playing In
the front yard of ber Home In Brook
Una, Mass., modeled a snow horse. It
was an Initioiilng looking animal, large,
recumbent, Willi fore feet extended aa
If In the act of rlalng from the ground.
The weather waa very cold, and the
Know horse remained In full view sev
eral days. Ttie little artist waa Tbeo
Alice Huggles, and friends and neigh
bor who saw her work were much Im
pressed with It Filially aome of ber
parents' frlenda called to any that the
child ought to atudy art by all means.
The parent were wlae enough to let
their daughter do aa abe wlahed. Bhe
THIO ALICB BUOOLBI IITSOS.
did wish very much to be a sculptor.
Accordingly she became the pupil of
Henry Hudson Kltson, already a dis
tinguished Boston sculptor. Toung
Miss Ruffles studied and worked very
hard In Boston first afterward In Par-
la, atill under the guidance of Mr. Kit
aon. Bhe was so gifted and lnduatrt
oua that by the time she tu eighteen
she was able to exhibit some of her
modeling In the Parla Salon and re
ceived honorable mention for It After
a time abe returned to America and
became the wife of Mr. Kltson, ber
faithful teacher. The two now have a
studio In Boston, where they do fa
mous work. The woman sculptor has
been especially successful with the
modeling of military uhjecta. She has
wade several soldiers' ttWf!nenfJ," oua
of them being In "the national battle
ground park at Vlckaburg. She la now
engaged on the monument to "Mother"
Blckerdyke, the great civil war army
nurse. It Is to be erected at Galea-
Lawyer and Mother.
Mrs. WllUam George Mulligan of the
law firm of Mulligan A Mulligan, New
York, is a successful mother, house
keeper and lawyer all In one. Before
her marriage Mrs. Mulligan wu Miss
Agues K. Murphy. She wu and la a
real aetata broker, ' and one of the
shrewdest In New York city. She be
gan her business very quietly, learning
it from ber father. She waa known
to none of the professional real estate
broken of New Tork, and when eud
denly the ssle of a piece of property
worth over $100,000 waa announced
these gentlemen began to Inquire wbo
It waa that bad thus been cutting the
ground from under their feet Tbey
were astonished to find their rival waa
a woman, a very young woman at that
She waa elected a member of the New
York Real Estate Exchange, the only
Later Mlaa Murphy studied the legal
profession, later still was married to
one of her classmates In the law col
lege and formed with him a partner
ship In business as well aa In domestic
affairs. Both partnerships have proved
successful. Mrs. Mulligan Is rich
enough to afford whatever abe desires,
so has bad constructed 00 sanitary and
scientific principles a schoolroom and
nursery aa an annex to her law offices.
A Woman Sanitary Inspector.
Miss Joanna von Wagner of Yonkera,
N. Y, baa shown American cities, even
the largest bow properly to conduct
sanitary inspection. The women of
Yonkera bad her appointed official In
spector after they bad made a strenu
ous fight to secure better tenement
Being a woman, Mlaa von Wagner
Intuitively knowa about babies and
family matters. Being a strong
minded, educated woman, ahe alto
knowa how to make the poor tene
ment house mothers her friends and
her helpera In cleaning up their homes
and taking right care of their chil
dren. At first they were very angry
wt9Je,-Sfl insisted, oa. examining their
afjnalld, packwl quarters. OueTamTTy
even threatened to throw her down
stairs. But MIhs von Wagner speaks
French, German and Itusslsn; thus
she is able to add reus tenement bouse
dwellers In their own various lan
guages, which gains their good will
Mothers lesrned to wslt her coming
54 ask ber advice about their ba
bies, thankfully following It though at
first tbey resented wratbfully any
auggestlona. One exclaimed In anger;
"I ought to know bow to bring up
children; I've burled eleven."
MARCIA WILLIS CAMPBEII
. HOME CONVENIENCES.
Iriwur Ulv.e Ceaatry Polk Faraaee
Heat a ad Water apply.
The unclvlllwd. Insanitary country
Iiouhc of the American pioneer Is rap
Idly vanishing and giving place to a
borne that la provided with all city
. Old country bouses csn be fltrd with
fumsee beat and water aupply. New
farm and rural homes should be In no
case built without them. It Is better
for awhile to do without a ptano and
a velvet parlor carpet or a costly car
riage than without a bathroom. The
furnace, bathroom and abundant water
aupply In the bouse constitute the mark
that distinguishes civilized man from
Water 8upply In th. Horn.
Where the household Is dependent on
rains for water supply the usual meth
od Is to dig cisterns. A force pump
will convey water from one of these
to a tank In the attic. I have the word
of gentleman wbo baa such an ar
rangement that the labor of pumping
the water Into the tank la not extreme
ly heavy. The attic tank furnishes
fall enough for the water to run Into
a bathroom upon the first or second
floor. The tank may also be filled di
rectly from the roof rainfall by means
of troughs or leaders that empty into
It from the roof. The better way la
undoubtedly to have the tank filled
from the rain upon the roof. The tank
foundation must be firm.
Some country homes In billy or
mountainous districts are situated near
a natural spring or brook, with waler
flowing downhill toward the house. In
thlg case a borne may be made beautl
ful as well aa convenient. The pres
sure Is often sufficient to drive tLe wa
ter through pipes to the second floor of
the house or even higher. Besides be
ing utilised for the house supply the
spring will feed a fountain in the yard.
Frost proof covering Is manufactured
that will protect the water In both
tank and pipes from freezing even In
the coldest weather.
The Windmill Pump.
Thousands of well to do farmers
have windmills to pump water from
stresms or from driven wells for their
live stock, but many of them never
have a thought of supplying water
through their dwellings by means of
the same pump. It la not difficult to do
The windmill makes a picturesque
addition to the landscape. It Is some
times placed upon a high tower to se-
T t .1' ' ja.
a coumraf Boats.
cure a water pressure. Again rt Is af
fixed to the roof of a house or bare. la
this case It must be strongly supported
from below. Where the water supply
la abundant the windmill may be used
to Irrigate lawn, garden or field or
even to keep a fiah pond going. Anoth
er use to which this addition to family
comfort may be put la affording me
chanical power for cutting feed and
The Country Houae Bathroom.
Where the water flows In pipes
through the country dwelling a bath
room may be constructed ss easily as
In a town bouse. Thorough drainage
may be secured by attention to the
laws of mechanics and gravity. It re
quires thinking on the part of both
plumber and house owner, but people
who do not use their brains do not de
serve to live In civilised houses. I have
seen recently an account of how a
house owner himself put a bathtub In
bia home, making the pipe connections
and doing all the work with his own
hands. The thing complete cost him
The problem of heating water for
the bath, so that one can have a hot
scrub at any time, Is not extremely
serious. What Is called a "water
back" la furnished with kitchen stoves
or ranges, so that water can paaa
through the back of the stove itself.
being heated whenever there Is fire, A
tank holding some thirty gallons Is
fixed to the wall above and behind the
stove, so that ths hot water can flow
from It to the bathroom.
Another arrangement which In Eng
land la called a geyser (there pronounc
ed "geeser"), will heat water for the
bath In a few minutes by being placed
under the conducting pipes. A similar
ierlce l onjj market in this conn-
try. Gas',""oII or gasoTlne caffoused
as a fuel.
The bathroom, of course, will at all
times lie warmed by hot air pipes from
the furnace under the bouse. The com
fort and cleanliness, the saving of la
bor and fue, that come from one big
fire supplying a whole bouse cannot
MARY ELIZABETH HART.
Calaa's Wiiwi Haters.
The Chinese nation has bad previous
ly four women rulers, each aa great and
famous as the present Empress Tsl An.
A series of large volumes called the
"Books of Four Women" gives details
of these empresses' lives and lays down
the rules which- should govern the con
duct of the feminine sex.
StaSUa la Esaraaeloa.
Portrait of a gentleman about to take
a cold bath. Punch.
Caltar as Pollaa.
According to the Manchester Ouardlan.
there are several bootblacks tn Hunary
who are doctors of philoaophy tn th. uni
versity! If vaulting- ambition should prompt you
As sn artist of iklll In th. bootbtacklng
Don't fancy, my friend, that the only
thins lack Ins
la a pollnhlnf brush and a bottle of black
ing. Greek verse Is a training which nothing
For on. who exists upon pollening feet
Nor will he who baa atudled his ethics
Ever find that his life is a booties, affair.
Bucetsa Isn't granted to Indolent ease:
Men are only made masters of arts by
Tm, a college career you'll find Is your
For culture and polish are one and the
. London Punch.
LOW EXCURSION BATES.
Via Baltimore and Ohio Railroad.
Via Baltimore aad Ohio Railroad.
From Chicago to Anbury Park, N. J., and
return, $21.35. Tickets good going June
29, 30, July 1 and 2, valid for return un
til August 31 by extension.
Stop-over at New York, Philadelphia,
Baltimore and Washington.
Through sleeping cars to Asbury Park.
Baltimore and return, $18.
Tickets good going July 8, 3 and 4
Valid for return until August 31, by
extension. Stop-over at Washington.
The only line that operates through
trains. Send for circulars to Peter
Haway, Pacific Coast Agent, San Fran
. B. N. Austin, G. P. A, Chicago
Consult your nearest ticket agent for
A local horse dealer recently bought
a horse of a colored cltlsen and aug
gested that the latter give a guarantee
that the animal was aa good aa repre
sented. To this the colored brother demurred.
"I don' hevah give no guahranteeo
when I sells a boss," he expostulated.
"Well, I want a guarantee," the deal
er persisted. "It's largely a matter of
form, perhaps, but I want It Just the
same." ;; ' '
So the colored man Bought pen. ink
and paper and presently returned with
this somewhat surprising document:
"To whom It may concern: I heahby
agree dat be said boss Is free from all
Incumbrance whatsoevah." Cleveland
A ftraag. atmaL
Mrs. Johnson was the owner of a fac
tory building which brought In more
trouble than rent To cap the climax
an unknown man sued ber because bis
son had fallen down the cellar stairs.
Mr. and Mrs. Johnson discussed ths
Impending lawsuit In all Its phases
without noticing the interest of their
five-year-old daughter. To their great
surprise, the child suddenly exclaimed
"Oh, mamma, I wish I could see your
lawsuit !" Llpplncott's Magailne.
Dying of Famine.
ia in its torments, like dying of con
sumption. The protresa of consumption
from the beginning to the very end, is
a long torture, both to victim snd
friends. "When I had consumption in
its first stege," writes Wm. Myers, of
Ccarfoss, Md., "after trying different
medicines and a good doctor in vain,
I at last took Dr. King's New Discovery
which quickly and perfectly cured me."
rrompt relief and sure cure for coughs
colds, sore throat, bronchitis, etc. Pos
itively prevents pneumonia. Guaranteed
at Chas. Rogers drug store, price 50c
and $1.00 a bottle. Trial bottles free.
i 1 M S4
Soap, like books,
should be chosen
Both are capable of
The selection of
Pears' is a perfect'
choice and a safe
guard against soap
MatrMw for the complexion.
Sorts Covered Neck and Cheeks
Itched Day and Night -Nothing
Did Ms Any Good -Was
CURED BY CUTICURA
AT COST OF $4.50
Miss Nellie Vander Wiele, of Lake
side, N. Y., writing under date of
April 18, 19x14, says: "I do wish you
would publish this letter in the news
papers, so that others suffering as I
have may see it aad be helped. I suf
fered for many months with an awful
skin disease, sores covering my ears,
neck, and cheeks. Scabs would form
and they would swell, and itch dar
and night Then they would break .
open and blood and matter run out."
I had tried many different remedies,
but none of them did me any good.
I was growing worse when I tried
the Cuticura Remedies. , The first
application helped me, and when I
had used two cakes of Cuticura Soap,
three boxes of Cuticura Ointment, and
three bottles of Cuticura Resolvent, X
was completely cured."
Humours, Eczemas, Itching,
and Chafing Cured by '
The agonizing itching and burning'
of the skin, as in eczema ; the fright
ful scaling, as in psoriasis; the loss
of hair and crusting of the scalp, as
in scalled head; the facial disfigure
ment as in pimples and ringworm ;
the awful suffering of infants, and
anxiety of worn-out parents, as in
milk crust, tetter, and salt rheum,
all demand a remedy of almost super
human virtues to successfully cope
with them. That Cuticura Soap,
Ointment, and Pills are such stands
proven beyond all doubt by the testi
mony of the civilized world.
CntlCTiti Sms. OtWTMBt S Fill, m S4 tSmfrwa
Itovorld. fmtt One a Ctum.
Ma. M mmi to, " Uaw M Can
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. AT THE
Beginning June 12,
Matinee daily at 2:30 p. m.
OTTO FLECHTL'S TRYOLEAN
In English and German Warbling Es
THE SCAFFORD'S GOAT
. - THE MUSICAL THORS
The Famous European Virtuoso
KELLY AND DAVIS
The Greatest Commedians in America.
THE SISTERS PERLE AND DIA
MANT Parisian Singers and Dancers.
Novelty Contortion Dislocation Act
ARTHUR ELWELL 1
Fictured Melody, "What The Band
"Frills How Jones Lost His Roll."
Admission 10 cens. Reserved Front
Rows 20 cents, Matinee 10 cents
Any Seat a
Evening, First Show, 7:30 and (P.M.
First Show at 7:30 sharp.