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t::z ORrr:::x daily jouenal, Portland, Thursday eve:jiwq, august u
; 11 tlWl LEPERS
Father. L. L. Conrardy of Portlapd, Securing
Money in the East for Purpose of tstab-,
lishing Leper 'Colony in China
A dispatch tram Boston received to
day by .Tb Journal uyi that Father I
, 1 Conrardy. of Portlsnd, has arrived
. there and U seeking to rala S'Q.OOO to
, be seed in the establishment of a leper
; rolonr in Canton. China. The dispatch
nri that ttO.000 haa already been s
cured. When the full amount hss bean
"jbDmfnM The priest wm-jrwvo China hrm
- aelf and upend the rent of nia lire in
.ministering to the wants of the miser-
able, rotting creetures -who tooay crswi
.; about the outskirts of Canton by the
., thoussuda - i
Father Conrardy was for eight years
. a", missionary imonl the ' leper of
' MolokaL one year with . the famous
J-'ather Damfen, who himself became a
, victim of the. dread disease, and alone
even years after Father Damlen'a
death. Canton, says Father Conrardy.
. la It times as bad as Molokal. for the
province harbors . I,000 lepera and tbe
city 1W00. ,
. "Ninety of my 110 pounds of flesh I
left with the lepers of MolokaL I go
to leave the other with the lepera of
Canton." said Father Conrardy.
fu Bon U Oregon,
'The missionary priest was born In
'Oregon and graduated from the Ameri
can Medical college tiere. . For a num
ber of years be was an Indian mission
ary, serving with General O. O. How-
srd In his Indian flghia serving, that
Is. as peacemaker and arbitrator, pass
ing from reds to whites with the trust
of both and finally, arranging terms
" with - the Malheur Indians, known by
ranchers aa the "sheep eaters." .
T-r ln - describing - his awing to Molokal
and th Ufa -there. Father Conrardy
Mid: . ,.
. "I had heard of FatheT Damlen.' I
. wrote to him to ask If I could help and
r ha replied: - ;
: : X- ;
"."I cry to you from the bottom of
my heart to coma t my-aaaiatance.
So I went That was In 1UT. ' Father
Damlen had been touched with the dls
ess. , There were sores on his fingers,
" "If 1 lose my hands, be said, 'what
can I do? I ahall have no use. I snail
not be able to celebrate the mass
shall not be able -to- administer ..the.
"We worked together, worked. I mean.
aa man and man together, building ooi
tages. chapels and hospital houses. He
built me a cottage himself; he built
six chapels. As Robert Louis-Steven
son said, he was a peasant, sturdy, ca
cable.' energetic, always doing. H
-dressed sores, attended the ill In ' the
worst cases, care them In detail the
most disagreeable aids, and ha. Joined
In making their diversions.
"Stevenson stayed eight days and
aeven nights, and insisted on going
among the worst cases, seeing, as 'he
later wrote, 'butt ends of human beings
lying about, almost unrecognisable, but
breathing an ordeal- froraj which th
nervea of a man' spirit shrink, even as
his eye quails pitiful place to visit
and a hell to dwell la' . ... -
"Three weeks before Father Da-
mlen died." aald Father Conrardy, "ha
said to me, looking at his handa:
'Father. I ahall die tonight.' , Not to
night,' I said. Try to live. Perhaps,
God would rather hava youJlve. Try
to live for these people.'
"We burled Mm under the tree which
had been bis habitation th first three
months -of his - voluntary exile, Yes,
we put a stone to mark his grave. It
"There I no higher way to prove
love for your neighbors than to giv
your Ufa for them.' " . -..,
THE ANCIENT MARINER AND
- THE CAKE THAT WAS LOADED
An illustration of th old saying. "Ha
who laughs last laughs beat." wss pain
fully but strikingly presented last night
when a number of illloums ' of Louis
P. Beno tried to make that gentleman
the laughingstock of a coterie In the
' habit of enjoying a siesta by th river's
aide at th foot of Stark street each
evening when the weather permits.:
During th past few daya Mr. Beno,
who owna a gasoline launch, has gained
considerable notoriety aa an expert with
th hook and line, much to th annoy
ance of his friends, who assert em
phatically that his catches never exceed
two catfish and a sucker. ,
About I o'clock Tuesday night Mr. Beno,
surrounded by Dr. Ney Churchman. Jack
Williams and a few' other Intimate
: friends, sat watching th river from his
boathpuse at th foot of 8tark street
when a messenger appeared with a large
box and a letter addressed to "Admiral
Ixiuls P. Beno." -
The box- contained a large frosted
' cake bearing th inscription, -"To th
Champion of First Class Llara." in
scribed of letters of candy. ' In view of
the addressed letter accompanying the
box. Mr. Beno could not welt disclaim
being the intended recipient of th
present- and ad had to make th beat of
"Now, boya'Hteir yV what we'll1
do." suggested 'Mr. Beno. w, must
tak a little spin and eat that caka
It looks good to me." ;
' Th proposition was accepted and in
a few moments the party waa enjoying
Mr. Beno's hospitality -W board of th
launch, bound 'for , a , point ,-dowa th
river. ..;-".'''' j -. -r
Dr. Churchman volunteered toTt the
oak and he handed pieces to his. chums
and they at heartily. Mr. Beno, how
ever.' was too busy looking after th
machinery of the- boat to partake of th
feast and' for that he la now thankful,
because. hardly had tb feed commenced
before-th participants began to feel a
strange sensation, bearing a strong re
semblance to seasickness.
On by on they begged sir. Beno to
steer for "shore., but his ears - heard
nothing bnt the rhuck-ebuck of . th
motor, until finally 'the .crowd threat
ened mutiny "Unless they wer taken
back to Stark street without delay,
"For God's saks forglv me," stam
mered Dr. Churchman, as . he hurried
from the boat for something to tske the
taste out of his mouth, "I didn't know
It was loaded. I am a bigger liar than
you are. "'.. ' '
From th watchman on tn aocg Mr.
Beno learned th fact that Dr. Church-
mis In ordered th cake.
DAILY G01CGES li SCOUE LIST OF
JOLMi.V.L'S EDUCllTIO;i COUTEST
.:' .,, ;y . ii , ill . ,.., t.--
As Ttm tor Opening of School Approach! Contestant Re
double Their Efforts to Build Up Their Scores
' nd Win the Big Prizes. H- y" ; C-
T Pv 4P f T i
: BTAjrOXVO) 0 OOsTTBSTAim nr totbs. ' : ."' V
Horac A. Wilson, S6t Halsey St. PortlandL Or. ................. .fS.OI 4
Nelll May Shannon, tI Tenlno, Portland, Oc .0,86
Lillian McVlcker. fit. Johna Or. ............................... .4M
-T .Graham, ,Tr9i4iJPjpj itsjsi-if j f t'tMiA..t.i ?
w Rhoda I Stalnaker. Albany, Or.,... .y ..... ,4J,8IS
MUdred I Clemens, University Park, Portland, Or. ,tl.Z9
4 Charles Grose, T. M. C. A. Portland......... .0,
Csrl Shelton, Forty-eighth St. Mount Tabor, Or. ................ .X5.M0
Ms Pendefgrsss. til North Seventeenth Bt, Portland. Or....... ,U.M
Ray Johnson, H Division St.. Portland. Or. ................. ..,.11.2110
Bertie O. Chan. 3tt Clay St, Portland, Or...,,......,... ....11,310
Edith M. Harris, '411 Oxford St.. Portland, Or.. ....... ...........1,6
'John Benson, Chemawa. Or.. ... w. ....... . ................. ..1,4I
Clay Jones, 401 East Twelfth St, Portland, Or. ................ i.11,470
Mary H; Powell. 41T Salmon St. Portland. Qr..... ..".,,....11,860 .
Paul Nygrn, til Eaat Third St. Portland, Or. ... ,,..v .11,000.
4 Dprcas Van Schoonhoven; Cov, Or............... ..10,401
4 Mabel Magntss. Amity. Or...................... ... 0,840
4 . Harry Brant, Th Norton. Twelfth and Morrison, Portland. Or.'... 0,010'
4 Lloyd Riches, Sllverton, Of... ,....,... .. 0.600
4 4 Ruth Turner. 101 Kerby Bt, Portland, Or....................... 4,160
4 Dean Knox. Corvsllla Or...........'........ ..................... 0,060
Clay Cary, Salem, Or.......... 4,ll
Malal CDonnell.. Buxton, Or................... i780
31enn Patillo, Qranta Pass, Or... 4.430
Alices Hackman, Myrtl Park. Portland. Or. ..v,.;. ...... ....... i;TL'6-
Guy -Johnaon, 101 Grant St, Portland, Or............'..... J.110
Louis Scott. Central addition. Portland, Or.......... ........... 1,110
H. W. Cyrus, Sclo, Or..,". 1.80
Ivy Owens. Cedar Mills, Or. ...... ........ .......... L71.
Edward L. Kinsman. Llnnton, Or................. 1,011
Agnes Evana, LatourelL Or.................... ........ ....v.... 1,100
W. K. Gwynn, S4I East Thlrty-svnth St. Portland. Or......... 000
Richard W. Gllvln, Roseburg, Or. . . . , -. ... ....... 4(6
Georg D. King, Kingston, Or.,i.............. .................. 100
Is D;:occ3 a Crini2 ?
i Not verj'loBf o, a popular mafatln
published aa editorial article In which
me wnier asneriea, in sunstanoe, that an
disease should be resarded as criminal.
Certain U Is, that much ol th slckneso
and oufferine; of mankind Is due to th
violation oi certain oi .Nature's lawa.
But to say that all sickness should b
regarded as criminal, must appeal to
very reasonauie inoiriauai ax radicaii
wrung. I .
It would be Tnarsh. nnavmnathetln.
weak, over-worked housewife who sinks
under the heavv load of honaehold rare
ana Duraens, and sutler from weak
nesses, various displacement of pelvlo
organs and other derangement peculiar
to her sex.
Freauent bearine- of children, with Ita ik
. acting demands upon the system, coupled
with th rare, worry and labor of rearing a
large ramny, is orten tbe cause of weak
neaoe. deranffttmenU and debility which ar
aggravated by tbe many huuaehold care,
and the hard, and naver-endln work which
rierce, m maaer ot uiat worta-lamea rem
dv for woman's nAcnll&r vatkniiuiu uiil
Ills Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription aay
that one of the a-mateat ohatm,-la ta the cure
of this class vf maladies is the fact that th
poor, over-worked housewife can not get th
needed rest from ber many bouse hold care
and labor to suable her to secure from th
aa Of his " PreacrlDtlon tta full beneOta. It
a a matter or frequent experience, he says.
In his xtensiv practice in these cases, to
meet with those In which bis treatment falls
by reason of the patient's Inability to abstain
from hard work long enough to be cored.
With thoxe Buffering from prolapsus, ante
version and retroversion of the uterus or
other displacement of the womanly organs.
It is very necessary that In addition to tak
ing his "Favorite Prmcrlntinn thev shatala
from being very much, or for long periods, on
their feet. All heavy lifting or straining of
anr kind should also ha avoided. Aa much
out-door air as possible, with moderate, light
exercise le also very important Let th
patient observe these rules and th "Favor
ite Prescription will do th rest .
Dr. Plnrce's Medical Adviser la sent frt
on receipt of stamp to pay expense of
mailing onlA fiend to Dr. R.V. Pierce,
Buffalo, N. Y., SI one-cent stamps for pa
per-covered, or 31 stamps for cloth-bound.
If sick cdriHult the Doctor, free of charm
by letter. All such communications ar
beid sacredly confidential.
Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Pellets Invtenrata
and regulate stomach, liver and bowel.
HOW TWO ENGLISHMEN FELL
S VICTIMS TO THE SAME JOKE
' Among recent visitors to Portland to
put up st on of the leading clubs Is
an Englishman and the members of the
club ar telling at hi expense one of
th best stories that hss ever come to
Portland, - At email luncheon th con
versation turned to humor and the Eng
lishman was teaed good-naturedly on
the Inability of King Edward s subject
to appreciate th American brand of wit
- To illustrate', one club member told
th atory of an Englishman who vlaited
Portland .several months , ago. During
: his stay la the city be waa unfortunate
enough to lose his watch, missing It
whils walking along Stark street Upon
th advice of friends he reported th
lose to the police and the captain on
duty gave the Englishman . assurance
that the "polic would hunt and try ta
Receiving no report for a day or two,
the Englishman decided to go to the
, police station and make Inquiries. In
- tils walk t the station he passed along
Stark street and stopped in surprise to
e men tearing up th street They
wer preparing to lay. conduits for th
Horn Telephone company. The s nut se
men t of th son of Grest Britain knew
no bounds. - J '
"B ' Jove!"-.. h 'exclaimed, 'I never
knew they would go to all that trouble
to find a watch or I wouldn't have re
ported It," " r -
Hardly had the smile that followed
the story died away when the English
man now In th city turned th laugh
on himself by saying in a vole that
showed his concern:
"But my dear sir, did they really find
Itr ' .
sled Boy Appeals. '
(Kneels ntsnatcb te The Journal. 1 '
Canyon City, Or., Aug. 10. la th suit
of Hallara vs. tb Red Boy Mine com
pany. In which Mr. Hallara was grant.
Judgment for 1117.60 at th June session
of the circuit court At Canyon City, th
Red Boy company has taken an appeal
to the supreme court. Th case was
first tried In the Jostle court in Graiv
It and was decided In favor of Hal lam,
and on appeal to th circuit court th d.
clslon of th Justice court waa - sus
tained. . .. ,.....
Since last lined up aa to their com'
parative production, Th Journal's con
testants have turned In 067 new- sub
scribers. . ln the last few days Nellie
May. Shannon has secured lit and still
she has not been 'able to recover, first
place. : : -" :' ' " '"" '-" '.'
Horace A. Wilson, who haa held the
leadership of the contest for H days,
haa made several large runs in new
subscribers. During the last week- he
has not secured so many subscribers aa
haa Miss Shannon, but tbey have aver
aged for longer periods and therefore
have entitled him to more votes, The
plan of the contest allows a certain
gain In -votes for every month's sub
scription collected from th subscriber.
Therefore, th contestant who induces
one subscriber to pay for a year secures
more votes than the contestant who in
duces alx subscribers to phy for
. .Thrive After Zntrodnotlom.
The. number of subscribers secured.
however, is an Indication of how much
successful effort the contestant Is put
ting forth. And The. Journal prefer
many 'new subscribers for an average of
mi c. ' niuinui 9Y wry inn mm so
have the same amount in yearly sub
scriptions. So fsr a the publisher of
The Journal Is concerned, the educa
tional contest is a plan to get new sub
scribers rather than to collect money.
And Th Journal feels safe in be
lieving that Jf the contestant Induces
the new subscription for three months.
for the scholarship' votes, the paper
will be continued after that time be
cause . of its merit. The Journal
thrives, everywhere as soon as it re
ceives introduction. .
The following is tbe order In which
the leading contestants recently hsve
reported new subscriptions, as to . the
number aeeured: . v ' '
Nellie May Shannon. Lillian Mc
Vlcker. Horace A. Wilson. Rhoda L.
Stalnaker, Mildred L. Clemens. Charles
Gross. Our Graham. Carl Shelton, Roy
Johnson. John Benson. Rdlth- M. Har
ris. Dean Knox, Mae Pendergrasa, Clay
Jones, Brtle G. Chan. Paul Nygren,
Maiala O'Donnell. Alleen Hackman. Guy
Johnson.. . Dorcas Van - fichoonhoven,
Mabel Magnesa, Glen Platllln, Harry
Brant, Mary E. Powell, ' Ruth Turner,
Clay Cary, Ivy Owens.
Nearly every resder of The Journal
tn Portland has been entertained, at
one time or another, by a student or
graduate of t.i Gillespie School of
Expression. Th name may be tru of
many other Oregon towna. '
-Students frora ih .GllleaptXschoo
ar much in demand with sudlences be
cause it is known that th Gllleapl
school does not send out entertainers
unless they ar qualified. Boys and
girls are not permitted to use the nam
of . th Gillespie school and tb valu
able tlm of a lsrg or small assembly
Just to show what they can do. Th
young person v who emerges from the
classrooms of the Gillespie school to
Tkt turnpike road '
t peoples' hearts,
Lies through their
months , or J mis '
take mankind 1
.. rettr risaar.
, And the turnpike jnlde post sthe
trade mark of the National Biscuit
Company. It points the war to the food
of Quality biscuit and cracker, to Mrfe-rtlv -
baked and properly protected: to cleanly
. packed and freshly kept, that they never fail to
t please in their mission to tbe appetite and heart
this trade mark always appears in red and white. "
It is placed on each end of a dust and moisture proof
package that keeps the contents b their original condition.
National Biscuit ComDinv tnoducts are thns tf xtinirnUhsvl smd
warranted you are thus orotected and trnided. in hnwinh mmi
perfect of bakery products. '
AsaaasampUtrrapsckapof CftAHAM CRACKJCftS. Yes wffl iasbuifl. raeaent.
LrTrl".L7 ' orain7 whaa crsckem yea svr tastei. Thsy cantaia all the gooi I
, , - w wj m "Tgi ' . ;
NATIONAL BISCUIT. COMPANY -
JI - .
entertain th public has been Impressed
with the thought that tbe audience . Is Columbia
not so much interested, in the speaker! value .....A .. . ino
aa In the speech. And, under the gen- Dallas College, Dallas, value....... loo
era! rule of speeoh ' and action, the I Gillespie School : of . Expression,
time to. time, or furnished oa applica
tion to the contest department:
Academy of th Koiy Names, As-
. torls, alu ..tt60
Albany College. Albany. Valu..... 100
Behnkw-Walker . Business ; College.
Portland, value 109
Capital Business - College, Salem,
Unlvrsrty., , Portland,
student is aided to present thoughts In
bis own wsy, .,
Valuable Scholarship. ' t
- One of the most valuable scholarships
which ' Th Journal - offer to It con
testant Is a year's tuition In the mi.
i.p.,?.chooi' Th scholarship is valued International Coires'pondenoe
7. ""ptuaes m personal in-1 Schools. Scrahton, Pa., valu.... 110
x,mma : v uson-uil- I McMlnnvllle . -CoUeaa McMmnvllla.
Portlsnd. valu- 110
Hill Military Academy. Portland.'
Holmes Business Collsg, ForUand.
Holmes-Flanders Prlvst - School, '
Portlsnd, valu 100
structlon of Mrs,
lespie, ins rounoer ana prinotpal of th 1 valu
scnooi. Domeming about the ideals and Oregon Conservatory
4 as, sm ai a s a - m . . I .
.... 'ireiura, vi asrs. uuiespie win in-i- Portland
teresi tn contestants and other who
ar considering th study ot elocution
it is now generally conceded that
- e , a
On Pianoforte Scholarship, Valu S00
One Violin Scholarship, value.... in
One Guitar and Mandolin Scholar
ship, value 100
training in expression should be fun-1 Paclfto College, Newborg. valu..
oamental and not superficial. . There
fore, it la essential that th teacher
of expression should he an educated,
scholarly person, yet one who la ever
humble and willing to learn from any
source whatsoever. ' , J
Prfrs Independent SehooL
As a foundation tor her professional
work lira Gillespie took a full classical
course In the Iowa state university,
graduating as valedictorian . of tir I
clsss. Since locating In Portland aha
haa been offered nosltlona In ' varlnns follows:
educational Institutions, but has - da. I L .A purse of 1800 for the general !
cUned 'to accept preferring the inde-T pen of the winner while attending any
pendent school, where she has 'larger I Public or private Institution providing
noerty in working out and Derfeetlna? " lumon.
her own Ideal a , ,A purse of $100 to be used In th
The demands upon th 'oillespl " aaT h abPv. ,M'
chool have gon beyond thl tlm and ' Pur,o 1100 for Incidental ex-
capacity of on person. . So thiamin. P,n" -to PP"t scholarship se
res r Mrs. Gillesnle will h.- Ke ..- lect1 " h foregoing Hat.
Paclflo Telegraph Institute. Port
land, valu lis
Portland School' ot Domestic Sci
ence, Portland-XTr- W, C, A.), "
valu...,. .'........ loo
Sacred ; Heart ' Academy. ' Salem. :
value ..i........... 100
St Mary's Academy, Portland.
valu , ..........v.j... too
Besides tha.cash commissions which
tb students receive when they saur
new subscriptions, cash purses to ' the
total sum of $760 will be awarded as
Extra Value' in
We have just placed on sale a complete
line of Stiff and Soft Hats in the new
Fall atyles. These Hats are our regu
lar $3.60 quality; atthe special price of
. . YOUR STYLE IS HERE
v 311 KOXWSON STn cp?. Postsfflcs.
- . v . . . .',':....'
as to VAT,tra, yon so o our erva ui
) 4. A purs of $70 in addition to on
slstanta All ar professional gradu- iV a'' A " ' '"
atea. anil . all no..... k. .aaT.i 1 1 of. foregoing scholarships.
nuallficaHnna of h.vn. K. . purew i a in aucnuon xo ons
assist In th general teaching, while of th- OP.Min- choi.r.hme. .
of th foregoing scholarships.
on will devote her entire time to
physical culture. ... . . .
aUllves la Xarsslf.
In his. tours among th schools the " When wins or irritation xist on any
contest adltne tM.. .1.1,. .... .r.., IT"" " . appncaiion or
i..n. 7 mutJj T.j i. Ballard Snow liniment givea prompt
lesple school at 114 Morrison street. reHeft-r R VVr-auHlvan, Prop. Bulllvan
w" received by-Mrs. Emms Wilson- House, El Reno, O. T., writes, June 0,
Gillespie, who is at home to those who 1002: - "I tske pteaaure In recommend-
are Interested In the opportunities for lnc Ballard's Snow Liniment to all who
culture which she offers. afflicted with rheumatism. It is
Mrs. Gillespie, believes In herself, he.
lleves in her Ideals And methods, be
lieves in Portland as an educational
renter and believes that other people
should think In those matters ss she
does. And If other people listen to her
they ar pretty apt to beoom con
vinced. In speaking of her school. Its
uii.nioii ana lis iuiur. sn said
"Readers and teaohers from the east
have vlaited us, and ws have been com-
pumeniea on our ideals and methods.
Once a reader, teacher end author, from
Washington, D. C, said that we should
be located in New Tork or Chicago for
in 9eat ruiriumenf or our nlana and
appreciation of our work, but we have
love for Portland and faith In Iter fu
ture along-our line, as well as alone
all others." , .
' Develop th XndlvldnaL "
As to .her Ideals, Mrs. Gillespie said:
"I wish to emphasise that wa believe
In developing the individual as sn In
dividual, physically, mentally and. mor
ally, for each atudent la so unlike every
other. It la true, as Ruskln says, that
no two people read the same book or
see the same picture, and teachers of
expression err, snd bring reproach upon
our art, by trying to caat the training
of any' two pupils In the same mold.
"We likewise believe In a varied
training. -As Emerson says, "Each one
can do his best th'ng easiest.' but spe
cialising, we think, should generally be
allowed only after discipline Snd ver
satility hav been acquired by diversi
fied study end practice. It Is crimi
nal ' Injustice to the "intelligence and
Inherent capabilities of th student for
the teacher to tell him just how. to em
phasise, Inflect, color and gesture a se
lection, or, In other words, to do It Just
as ths teacher does. Rather, let th
pupil b carefully taught the basic prin
ciple of analysis. Interpretation and
rendition, encouraged to apply them
himself, criticised Judiciously, and then
b allowed . to grow normally and
At this point Mrs. Glllespl produced
a synopsis of th two-years' eours of
tudy which' sh prepares for her Stu
dents. Dhe hss published a circular on
her course of training which ahould be
read by every one intereated In th
subject. The printed mstter will be
furnished any one who calls on or ad
dresses Mrs. Emma Wllson-Glllespla,
t$4 Morrison street, Portlsnd, Oregon.
- Vrlse st Staks. . . i :
Tuition in beat Oregon schools. 1710
In gold and cash commissions.
Following is th list of scholarships.
with approximate cash value of esch,
offered aa prlsee. Detailed information
soneOrnins thorn Will be published from
th only remedy I hav found that elves
immediate reiier. zoo, soo ana 41.00.
Woods rd. Clarke A Co. .
BULLETINS - OF LIBRARY ARE
NEAT WORKS OF ART
Hava Dainty Color Scheme and
, Backgrounds of Japan
The bulletins" at the library this
month are attracting -.much attention
and. favorable ..comment, not only by
their subjects, whloh are appropriate
to . the season, but by the attractive
manner In which they are gotten' Hp,
Dainty water color summer scenes in
the Japanese style of art adorn i the
background.- One of the large placards
prevent a bulletin of books on "Moun
tains and Mountain Climbing," and a
pile) of snowy peaks In pastel shades
suggests the subject. - "Sports and Pas
times" furnishes a varied list of books
In another bulletin, and "Alaska" and
"Yellowstone Park,"- the -'two popular
touring places of the west,,, are the
other subjects. -
' Many of the library staff are away
on their vacations. Miss M. E. De rick
son, head of the circulating department
Ins gone to-Minneapolis for six weeks,
snd wilt put in some tlm in the. study
of library work.
Miss Mary F. Isom, th head libra
rian. Is looking forwsrd to an interest
ing and progressive winter's work, for
the growth of the library keeps, pace
with the growth of the city. -Tbe work
In all departments has increased IS per
cent on- last year's work. Unusually
larg numbers hav this year realised
that, th library is on of th coolest
and moat pleasant places In the city
to spend the hot hours. The bulldlna
Is always pleasantly shaded. In the
evenings and en Sunday afternoons the
attendance Is especially large, and
many men take advantage of the oppor
tunities for reading and study offered
at the library. : 1
FORTY LOT DOB TO
MAKE PEOPLE LAUGH
Forepaugh & Sells Brothers Hava
Intelligent Clowns Who Do
Their Work Well.
Forty merry mummers will add hi
larity to the ring performance of the
Adam Forepaugh-Sells Brothers shows
when they exhibit here Monday and
Tuesday next. -
'The clown of. today is a feature In
multiplied number and glory, - Ot late
years the sawdust Jester has been
crowded out of the arena. Tears ago It
was between the reefs of the bareback
riders that he cut up didoes with 'th
ring roaster, and gora sharp- crack of
the whip for his good-natured foolery.
Once in A-while he came on aa a dulU
looking- countryman who had . taken
more hard cider -than waa gooa for
him. and undertook to rid a crssy
heeded pony.- But now he Is loadsd
with acaompllshraents, and must not
only be able to grimace snd Jest sf
fectlonately, but be able to . tumble,
Jump,, ride and what not. ' .
The clown, rehearses four weeks be
fore the circus goes on tour the art of
being funny, and he rehearses every
morning, to keep In practice and keep
up with the time. When he Isn't re-.
hearsing or . performing his own act.
he Is more likely than not to be found
serving a the hind legs ot the trick
donkey, or the front legs of the edu
The world has plenty left, beside
the children, who . are glad to see the
old-time - clown again and greet hint
cordially. - ,
Allen Lewis Best Brand,
Fev aulok result as tks Wast Oou
Sunns ef The jroaraalL
WeOclh's Sale Is GoSinira!
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. Vici and Velour Leathers
$1.00 Golf Shirts 75c
Sizes 14 to 17
50c Tles '25 Cents
5222 Soft Hats 81.65
Extra Select Patterns In 2 for 25c Fancy Hose
Men's 10-Cent Hose
y A for 25c Friday Only
Hurry or your size will be gone -
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