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THE OREGON SUNDAY JOURNAL. PORTLAND, SUNDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 18, .1800.
I Have Hade Millions or Dollars for Thousands of People by My Fctcr.ts
I spot e make million more. Thle atock haa Inereaatd. In t1u J0 pr rant alnca Sept lat, 10. Tha natural
tncrauaa of- bvmlwa nd-4rmtrtrte - f or motora ha forewl ttig TrrWa-nw vrTrry.ir it m-mnr hiarkaa. ... Thta-X.
took ahould maka a life! ncoma for you.
Mrs. Verreult, Head of Late La-
jrjnented Widovy!, LoyaSyndLu-
NOTICE-WATCH US GROW
,1.1 . . . w. , . . - - ; ' V . ( -j i ...... - , f ' ' ' I s
cate Has Hearing in Court.
We bare Increased our factory room tOxfO feet, as large again aa wa have been nalns. ana are nnw nrenarlns ta build a
factory on three acres of ground, where we will employ too men as soon as money and push will do It. x
iQUEEn OF HEARTS
ANCIENT RUSSIAN ARCHITECTURE
I FOR SEATTLE
IS ON TRIAL
it: ss&j i '.! i j
m (spoouu carraaponaanea.
(SpaaUl ' Carraapondance.)
aattla. Nor. IT. Preliminary ! plane
for the laylnc out of the grounda and
the location of bulldlng-a for tha Alaa-
kapTukon-Paclfto azpoalUon. which la
to ba held la Saattla la 10, provlda
for a ranaral rcblteeturaj achama
t which will make tha comlc fair uolqua teur, a ad the amallar atructura adjoln
ila expeeltton blatory. . I In It. which will ba approximately 170
iDi npMiuon wiu vwvupy m n di
rare attractlreneea, ambraoln (60 acree
of the eampua ef the University of
Waahlagton and tha principal exposi
tion atructuraa will ba situated directly
south of tha college bull.dlnta. The site
Is 10 minutes by streetcar ' from the
buslaaaa enter of Seattle, and la with-
i In the city limits. In the heart of one
V VI 111 VUIVJ wsiusuvw . evB.awassBa
Lhaa a water frontaae of nearly a mile
von lk Washington and a daplh of
half a mils, with 700 fast of beach on
' Lake Union. The (rounds are hlch and
slahtly araraeins; an elertlon. af 100
eexaJieTatiakayrtJttfon. : The general
Tniope la toward the narrow neck of
land whloh asperate Lake Union and
Union bay ef Lake Washington.
'. JUenadronatalai ' 1
The bnlldlnge are gTOupeoTTitoun
'central fountain basin 100 feet la diam
eter, and the arrangement has been per
fected ae aa bast to take advantage of
ih.-mtnnl attractiveness af h- site.
For -erample, ' The main avenue of the
exposition, to be called Kainier avenue,
extends northwest and aoutheast, af-
nrAnr an nnobstructed view of Mount
Linslnlsr the highest tek In the United
States proper,whlch towere M.aaa iee
h'&lnler avenue forma the main axta
of the expoeltlon. dividing Into two ap
proximately equal parte tne section oi
the exposition site whloh Is appropriate
for the placing of exhibit etructurea.
The two largest buildings will be placed
on either side of the fountain court,
which la bisected by the avenue.. They
will be built around an are, with wings
. tn the north, and win be - similar In
MAKE PAPER FROM
Schema on Foot to Revive Thou-
r. sand-Year-Old , Industry In t
Egypt by British.
PLAN REVOLUTION OF
: ' ENTIRE INDUSTRY
Plant' Extinct Many Centuries Ex-
of Galilee Huge -Tract of Land
. Now Under Cultivation.
i r I Joaraal Sneeial Servlee.1
' i London, Nor. 17. Reviving a thousand-year-old
Industry, a band Of eapiul-
Ists and Scientists of Knglend-mrV going
to Introduce a formidable competition
Into the paper making of both tit's
United States and this country. These
men won't care whether the forests of
the world are In the hands of the paper
'trust or not:" For they are going to
manufacture news and book, as well
as wall paper and kindred articles, out
ef papyrus, ,
The papyrus farms will -be. )m Egypt
The cultivation of thle plant has been
extinct for over a thousand years. The
papyrus reeds, at first, will be brought
to England and made.ftnto pulp In -an
English, mill until sufficient trsde haa
been worked up. Then tha papyrus
syndicate will build Its own mills In
Egypt and ahtp the pulp., 1 -
. More and Cheaper Paper. :
II. E. Winter, aecretary of the newly
formed papyrus syndicate. In an Inter
view, gave many Interesting details.
"Twenty million dollars' worth of pa
per alone la made In England annually.
We shall produce a better quality of
paper and sell It at a much chenper
pride. The present sources of supply
for tha paper, trade are being rapidly
Ground Plans for Alaska-Seattle Exposition.
i aixa and aaairn, Daina; aaout efo zeot
Ions by lit feat wide. The wlnca ra-
ferrad to.ara In reality aeparate build
iagt, conatructad aa addltlona maraly
for the aaka of archltactural effect. Tha
big- building- eaat of tha fountain will
ha davatMf ta arvinulturA anil YiAvtfmil.
feet by 100 feet to Irrigation. The
complements! structures opposite will
be used respectively for manufacturea
and liberal arte -and for educational
. Basslaa Arebitsetore.
These buildings will be the most Im
portant of tha exhibit palaces and con
siderable effort 'WiU be expended to
make them attractive In appearanoe.
While no general etyle of architecture
has been adopted. It Is suggested by
Mr. Olmsted that the anolent Russian
styls be followed In all the buildings.
iThla-la considered appropriate since the
exposition Is to be held primarily for
the purpose ef exploiting the resources
of Alaska. a eountry which belonged to
Russian until purohaaed by tha United
Btatee In 1I6T.
Tne twlllg aseva described In.
cloaa about half the circle about the
fountain court. From this court, there
will extend, at anglee of about 40 de
gree! with tha Rainier axis, two ave
nues,' called - Washington- and -Union,
and leading to the lakes for which they
are named. Bach will terminate In a
pier, and the Lake Washington pier will
be made for paaaengar steamboats.
, If .you have followed the description
carefully, you win see that Lake Wash
ington and Lake Union avsnuee and the
continuation of the Rainier avenue axla
divides the couth end ef the grounds
Into two triangles ef equal else. The
aldea of the triangle net specified la
supplied, to the east, by a street called
Bering avenue, and te the weet by the
Portage. At the corner of the ttianglee
adjoining the roantaln Court, there are
cosy locations for state buildings, and
used up. Only recently Norway bad te
legislate to prevent the depletion of Its
forests. Canada and the United 8tatee
wlU soon follow suit.
"We have for soma years been work
ing on eur eoheme. Mr, Smsdley Ner
ton. the author and explorer, j waa com
missioned to revive the seventh cen
tury papyrue reed. -The- Nile grass,
commonly known ee papyrua, le not the
real thing. Mr. Norton discovered some
true pspyrus seeds In remote parte of
Syria, and Palestrae, nsar the river Jor
dan, and the aea of OaUlee, and cult!
ration hae begun. .
riMte Baal Papyma.
"Wa have now aa Immense tract ef
land situated on the Nile In Egypt. Mr.
C . B. Clarke, the botanical expert of
Kew Gardens, has certified that our
plants sre the real papyrua. After ex
haustive ' experiments. Dr. Querln
Welrts, consulting chemist end enalyst
to the Pspsr Makera' association of
Oreat - Britain,- has produeed ' the most
admirable pulp. A committee ef experts
haa outlined 'for us all the methods
for cultivation and for paper manufacture-and
we are-raew- going ahead.
Papyrus grows In .water from seven to
tan feet high. We gather three eropa a
year. Our land Is Irrigated by the Nile
and la only plowed every five years.
"We will beglnnanufacture of paper,
in the spring when, we will have 100,000
tons of papyrue ready for the market
Eiparlmenta-hara provedtit the yield
of papyrue ; pulp, after bleaching, - Is
much larger than esparto pulp and ex
ceedingly strong. We expect to use it
for ths manufacture of all tha things
now being made out of paper. Our
proposition le one which will mark a
tremendous, revolution In the paper
trade." . ,. -"
Stung All Around. .
A barrister named Bushe waa trying
a case In Limerick before Chief Baron
O'Orady. Juat before the close of the
lawyer's . speech an , ase began to bray
loudly outside the court room, the win
dow of which ppened on a pasture. ,
"Walt a moment. "" said "the - chief
baron. "One at a time, Mr. Bushe, If
you pleaae." . ,
The barrister presently had a good
ohanoe to retort. When O'Orady waa
charging the Jury the ass began to-bray
this time at a greater distance from the
court room window. . . .
"1 beg your lordship's pardon," aatd
Barrister Buahe, "may I aak you to re
peat your laat words T There was such
an echo about here that I did aot quite
catch that sentence." .
thsse apaeee have been assigned pro
visionally to Idaho and Montana.
The walk from the entrance te the
Rainier avenue axis, brings one to the
electrical tower and thence to Cascade
Court, which will be the objects of elab
orate embellishment. To the left (the
eaat) of Cascade Court Is the site of the
Mines and Mining building, which wlU
have a principal .front ttO feet long.
Te the west of this building a consider
able area has been set aside for state
buildings, large spaces having been left
for the handsome oiruoturee which Cali
fornia and Oregon are expected to erect.
An observation tower, situated In this
neighborhood, from which It will be dos-
sibls to obtain an unobstructed view
of the grounds and of the magnificent
mountain scenery about Seattle, , will
constitute an unusual feature. The
Forestry building, which. It le planned,
will be a struoture unique and attractive
In design, wlU have a location near the
shore of Iks Waahinatop. adjoining a
number ef the pavilions ef foreign gov
ernments Further, south, on the lake
chore, space has. been left for Hawaii,
the Philippines. Mexico, and the - re
publics of Central and South America.
. AABwmeniaTtoeea, .
The amusement street, corresponding
te the Trail at the Lewie and Clark
exposition and the Plks at St. Louis,
will parallel the ahore of Lake Union,
and between it and the lake will be a
number of concessions whloh need -a lo
cation adjoining a body Of water. Other
ehowe- and villages of - strange -tribes
will be eltuated to the north of the
amusement street. The athletlo grounda
have been laid' out In a big apace south
of the fountain court, beyond the rail
Aa Intramural railway, a eenvenlenoe
whose popularity has been proved at
earlier expositions, will extend around
the entire grounds. It has been laid
out so that It will permit easy aooese to
the principal buildings-aad will -be two
Historic Prison to Be Turned Into
Railway Station, In County
HUNDRED AND SIXTY
Protestant Prelate Pays Tribute to
Training; Afforded br Monastic
"Schools English Minister for Edu.
' cation .Sends Son to Institution.
, (Joorasl tpeetsl Servlee.)
Dublin, Nov.-IT. No longer la It pos
sible to reproach Ireland with being a
parsdlse for Insy melf or persons of
criminal tendencies. The Institutions
which usually shelter-Such characters
sre . gradually disappearing because
there are no occupants for them. One
of the oldest and most hlstorlo jails In
ths country that of Llfford In County
Donegal has closed Its 4oora for want
of that claaa of Inhabitants who have
occasionally to go into forced retire
ment ..After some, atructural altera
tions It will do service ss a railway sta
tion, and ths stout walla that once In
closed many a Fenian In the rebellious
yesrs of 1701. 1(147 and IM7 wlU be
rnore peacefully occupied. i .
'The "Tired Tim" of Ireland must be
dlaappcmrtng;too,- because -one" - drastic
finding of the commission that hai been
lately Inquiring Into the poor law ays-'
tem of Irslsnd Is that there are io less
thsn lit peorhouses tn the country for
which there is no immediate or prosf
pectlve necessity. It' IS proposed that
thess asylums for tramps and laay char
acters must go and that the deserving
poor must be accommodated In a leas
humiliating way than being herded with
Idle vagabonds. I
The old spirit of religious Intolerance
IRISH POO ROUS
LOVE LETTERS READ "7
BY THEIR AUTHOR
Calls Her .Hla Own Darling Sweet
heart but Hints She Would Return
His Presents If She Had an Ounce
of Honor About Her.
(special Dlapateh by Leeeed Wire ta The leeraal)
New York. Nov, 17 Mra. Hamilton
Bine Vet-reault head of, the late la
mented love syndicate, faced United
Suites Commlssionsr Fields in the fed
eral building today. The charge against
her-Is - improper uae of the malls In
writing to her victims. Mrs. .Verreault,
exoept for her counael, Hugh Mills, was
alone. Her black eyes sparkled as her
husband. George Verreault, took-the
stand aa ths first witness.
"Are you the huaband horsewhipped
by Mrs. Verreault T" asked Mr. Mills.
Objection made and Sustained.
"Did you make affidavit against your
wife In her suit s gainst tLe Manhattan
Elevated railroad T" was ths next ques
"I itiJUtK tfeaUetjrjfrA'W-ail
forgery I shouted Mr. Verreault, bang-1
lng ths table. "
"Liar!" said the late mlstreae of the
"House of Hearts."- MS Verreault wee
Leo Kelster wss the next wltneas.
Mr. Kelster reed an extract from a let
ter he wrote to Mra. Verreault while he
waa a eultor for her band.
"Did you write thte letterT" aakad Mr.
Kelster blushed red aa be looked at it
and nodded. ' . -
Read If.' please," said ths attorney.
'My own darling sweetheart." stam
A little louder, please," put In Mr.
"How could you have treated me so
shamefully and disgracefully as you
dldT" read the wltneas. In firmer tones.
1 lovs you more than you ever were
or ever will be. To me you are alL and
mv love for von la eternal. The trln-
f keta I have-given you are associated
I with my best wishes, through love and
pure affection. I wonder what your
opinion Is about retaining those trln-ketsf-Wit
an ounce of honor you
oould not retain them. What an In
finite affection! I am, forever and
evar, your true sweetheart.''
"You never said anything te her
about a divorcer asked Mr. Mills.
"Never," eald the witnsse, emphat
ically. "If you had found her in a garret,
away Trom luxury, would you have still
asked her to marry your" wae M tils'
. "I certainly would," replied the wit
ness, who wss thsn excused, mopping
his brow. .
Mr. Mills moved for a dismissal of
the case against Mrs. Verreault, saying
ths purpose of the complaint waa to
trap women through the notorious per
sonal column; :
Commissioner Fields reserved de
cision, i .',
OFFERED HER IL!0HEYTO
Y LLHIL buunini
Mrs. Harris So Alleges In Rob
nett Case Taking of Tes-
--- timony Closes Today.
. (SperiaL Dfrpatcs aThe Jeeraal.1 r
Moscow, Ida., Nor. 17. The taking
of tsstlmony In the Bobnett land fraud
case will end thle afternoon. - The de
fense began Its evidence thle morning
and the testimony of two witnesses was
conoluded st II o'clock, when the court
took a recess to await ths arrival of
other witnesses on the noon train,
William H. Benton testified that he,
Bobnett . and Knight were engaged In
the location business. He and Knight
were to do ' the' work and Robnett was
te furnish financial aid. Ha waa pres
ent at Robnett'e house the night of the
conference with Ferris end Robinson.
Robnett did not advise them to file
before going upon the land.
Upon cross-examination the efforts
of the district attorney to Inject mat
tare that had not been brought out by
defendant'a oouneel were warmly re
sisted by Mr. Borah and the matter
wae finally-excluded by the court,
J. r. Ball, a young attorney ef Lew
Iston, testified that be visited the home
of Mra Hsrris la December and at that
time she stated several tlmee that Bob
nett and others would. pay her 11,600
If she would get out of the eountry
and not tsstlfy against them In these I
eases. A rigid eross-sxaminaaon isiisa
to shake the testimony ef the witnsse.
whloh tas eo long divided Irishmen
appears to be rapidly disappearing, and
everywhere, except In a narrow .terri
tory In the northeast of Ireland, a bet
ter understanding anlmatee the people
In their Intercourse with one another.
One of the most astonishing atatementa
that baa ever proceeded from a respon
sible ecclesiastic was made recently
by- Rlghr Re-Drv-ArehdaHr Protestant
bishop ef Klllaloe. Presiding at the
annual meeting of the County Tlpperary
Protestant Orphan society, he said Cath
lies were enabled through their monas
tic Institutions to give a higher edu
cation to their children than. Protec
tants. Catholic teschers were educat
ing the children of Proteatsnts In order
that they might advenes themselves' In
llle. At the rate at which they were
progressing Protestant children would
have to ' admit that the Christian
brothers and tha nuns had- done more
for their, education than their own
church had done. When he told them
that even Mr. Rtrrell, the, minister for
education, had sent his own son to ons
of these monastic Institutions to re
ceive the foundations of his education
they would see what excellent work
these good men hnd women were doing
and the confidence' that wae reposed In
them In high places.
Until Dr. ArrhUall delivered himself
of-this tribute-to-Cathollo teachers
thore were few who knew that the son
of the minister of sducatlon had ever
been Inside monaatlo walla.
: Wrnrrr Printers' Ink. :
On one of the cases In ths Museum
of Natural History. Nesf Tork. ' appearsl
a card reading,, "Hind leg of a modern
ostrich." A correspondnnt of ths New
York Sun aaka what the foreleg of aa
ostrich looks like 1 . -
nor. bsstsobt irnwiu
taventorDf the Trolley Car ysessa. '
Xnvento? ef the oearlesa Motor.
Inventor ef the Kail way Car Tele
- phone System." -.-.'--Investor
of ths BldweU Oold Motor.
Investor of the Water Xleotrle Oen.
erator. . . ,
Every dollar Invested win represent one hundred cents of the beat stock. Every share will ba exactly like oveeT
othei1 share. The profit on every share wll be the same es the profit on every other share. In short, there will be
nothing but a square fleet all around. This stock is fully paid and non-aaaessnble. -
. I have a lifelong reputation for aquare dealing. I Will personally see to it that every stockholder fete a square)
deal on this. , . .'':'." ' ; : ' ; '
These Are Cold Facts You Must Act Quickly
If you want some of this stock at
be sold at tha preaant-pnea
I firmly believe that within a short
a case of come Quick or aot at alL As to our reliability and financial standing we refer you to any eommaroial
-In'order 4o make It possible for every man and woman to get In with me on UU big deal Ihava decided to All
,v. ( fn. m. .hn.t dm. Anlv at the following nrlces: J
80 Shares Cash S3T.A0; 100 Saaree Oaak S75.00! ISO Shares Oasa tlll-50 too Shares Cask tisoj S60 Shares Oaaa fUHMt
too Shares Cash S339 BOO Shares Cash t37B 1,000 Shares Cash $750; 0,000 Shares dash $3,780.
80 Bnarse S cash, five monthly psymeaea or ee saoai uo aiaarss wwa. w wnuur w
hares SIS cash, six monthly- payments ef Sit each! too Shares SaaO cash, seven monthly payments ef S1S.SO eachj
50 snares tas oash, seven monthly payments o( ga3 saohi 300 Sharea S3t cash, eevea monthly payments ef ass eaohi
800 Shares $44 cash, sight monthly payments ef S4S sacks $1,000 Shares 870 cash, tea monthly payments of 888 eaohi
5,000 hares $400 cash, tea monthly payments ef $340 seen.
Hot more than s,ooo naree bom so any om penes. v- ; ,
Scad all money by bank draft, express money order, postofflce order or-registered letter.
Special to ElectricXighten and
We now ready to take orders ana 10 aeiiver wunoui unnecessary oeiay ioia union ma womon lrum e 10 ee
H P and open type Motora and Generators from 1 to 75 H. P. direct current We wlU taks contracts to Install plants
to light towns, fsctorles. department stores and hotels with arc and incandescent lights. - We will send our agents to
give estimatss and doss contracts. If nscessary, to any place In the United States, Canada or Mexico,
Write ue for estimates on whst you need In lighting or power plants. . t ;'..
BIDVVELL.ELECTRIC COMPANY, .Chicago . .
- The undersigned la an authorised broker for the sale of our etock la the weet.-Call and see him and let bint explain
anything you do not understand.
Oatoe Open 'Beery Evening This Week Until t o01ook.
-" it TH'I fllTlW. write, and, eafc for anr free hnnltlat. Tt slvea full Information.
Inquiries to . ' ., . '
'425-426 Flledocr Bid?., Tsnth and Washington Sts., Portland, Or.
NEW BOOKS FOR THE
- HarrisMoral Evolution. '
' Maher Psychology, ed. 4.
Rovce SDlrit ef Modern Philosophy.
Wlndelband History - of Phlloaopby,
A-.an Christian History la Ita Three
Great Feriode. tv.
Ryan -What Catholics Do Not Be
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Booth In Darkest England and the
Bridge Truet; Ite Book. '
Dumae Registering Title te Land.
Follett Speaker of the House ef Kep
resentatlvee. Markby ".laments ef Law, ed. I.
Taylor Treatise en International
Tans latin Grammar for Sohoola and
CoUegee,' rev. ed. .
. " SCIENCE.
Blair Chemical Analysis- ef Iron,
101. . .' ..: ..
. Clute Fern Allies of North America,
Ooodale Concerning a Pew Common
Helmholts On ths Sensations of Tone
aa a phyalologloal baste for rouaic, ed. s.
Job Among the Water-Fowl. ltOl.
Lodge Elementary Mechanloa, lift,
new, rev. ed.
Kempe Handbook of Electrical Test
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Mlcfaelsnn Light Waves and Their
fees, 11t. '
Mosef at Parsons Elements of Miner
slogy, Crystsllography snd Blow Pins
Analyala, 104, new ed. - '
Small Flora of the Boutheaatern
United States, 1I0S.,
Swoops Lessons In Practical Elec
Vernon Variation In " Anlmale " and
Plants. 1101. : :
' USEFUL ARTS. .,
Barber Repair and Maintenance of
Bergey Principles of Hygiene, 104.
Conn Agricultural Bacteriology, 101.
Dresssr Health snd the Inner Life,
Hssluck Wood-Flnlshlhg, 103.
Mather-B-Textbnok of the Strength of
Materials and . Stresses In- Structure,
1 Myrick Amerlcen Sugar Industry,
!. ':- ' '
Peabody Studies In Physiology, An
atomy ani Hygiene, lot.
Poole Calorific Power Of Fuels, 100,
Jnd sd. '
Rsfter Rnker--fewage Disposal In
the United Slates,, ll. t
My Patents Will Double the Capacity
of Any Motor
: I never made an unsuccessful Invention. My first Invention was the eleetrle
fan, Just as It la run all over this country In hot weather. 1 didn't get a patent ''
on, It, but see what a tremendous aucceaa It ia! ', . ..
. I next Invented the Trolley Car System, just aa It la run today, f made It
perfect and successful right from the start. . It has never been Improved since
. I Invented It Look at the millions of money It ha a made for the stockholders. :
The stock In the trolley manufacturing eompantea sold below .11 cents a ahara .
In HOt and 184. Poor men could buy that etock then. Thouaanda of them did
' buy It. end every one who held on to It Is a rich man today.
Next I Invented the Railway Car Telephone System. It la a system by
which passengers or train crews. can telephone from still or moving cars any
. ' whers ths asms as if seated In an office. It Is a more perfect systsm tn opera.
. tlon than any other telephone you ever eaw. This la on tha road toward
mill lone for the atockboldera. y.
This Is Tly Greatest Invention :
-Now I have Invented aomethlnr .bigger, and greater thaa either of .the above.
It Is called the Bldwell Cold Motor.' It la guaranteed not to burn out. and Is
exactly the kind of a motor the steam railroad people have 'been looking; for. -It
will changa all the steam railroad systems over to electric roads, because It
will be cheaper to run than steam and can be run faster and more safely than
'.. any present method. f
. The one drawback tha railroads have had In changing over, te electriolty'
haa been that no motor as at present made can be run ISO-miles at (0 miles an
...hour without burning out. It would melt the very wires.
By using the Bldwell Cold Motor a. train of cars could bs run from New
York to San Francisco without a stop at the rate of 0 or 10 miles an hour and
u.not even warm up and without a bitch. . , .
- Besides running faater, they would ba more safe and sure than steam, cost
'less to operate, and would last longer than any other major now known.
The BldweU Cold Motor Is the greatest Invention out since I Invented the)
. trolley car.. . , - ; '. : ' , . .",'.'"' ''
The Opportunity of a Lifetime
" I want to give every man and woman a chance to come In with me on this,
for I expect to make millions for the stockholders out of this new patent.
The stock wlU bs sold on the square. . There-wtH be-no hocus pooua about
preferred or common etock, nor any other scheme, trick or wrinkle by which,
anybody can -be frosen out... . . ,,
the present low prloe you must come In
tlms ths etock will be selling at f 1 a
' Randau Enamels .1 and Enameling,
Thallner Tool-Steel, 10. -
United Stetee Publlo Health and Ma
rine Hospital Service Handbook for the
Ship a Medicine Chest, 1(04.
Winthrop Diet In Illness and Conval
escence. lll. ' -
Wood Turbines. . Theoretical and
Praetlcal,-l9Sred.-l. " v-
American School of Correspondence,
Chlcaaro Studv of the Orders. 2 V.
Handel Boaster's Gem Edition of
Handel'a Messiah (pocket ed).
' Lewis Card and Table Gamee, by
Professor Hoffman (pseud.). Id. ed.
Kellogg How to - Celebrate Arbor
Dav in tha Schoolroom.
PatheUn Farce of Master Pierre
Patelln tr. by R. T. Hilbrook.
TRAVEL AND DESCRIPTION.
Conway Bolivian" Andes.
Fountain Eleven ; Eaglets of the
Noll From Empire to Republic; the
Struggle for Constitutional Govern
ment In Mexico.
Omen England ta the Nineteenth
George, Henry Life of Henry George,
by hie eon.
Ibsen. Henrlk Henrlk Ibsen, by H.
Ravers, Paul Tua Stary aX Paul Re
vere, by C. F. Gettemy.
FICTION. , ,
Bell Mr. PennycookS Boy.
' Brady The Patriots.
Chambers Fighting Chance.
Connolly On Tybee KnolL
Doyle Return of Sherlock Holmes, .
- Harraden 8cholare Daughter.
- HoweHs- aV-Alden Under ths Sunset.
Moree Spirit of the Plaea
. Murray MartSelona and Ungava.
Potter The Genlua -
Ray Hearts and Creeds.
Remington Way for an Indian.
Savage Lady, tn Waiting. . .
Scott Walking Delegate.
Sterling 8hakeepenro's Sweetheart
; Stringer Lonely O'Malley.
"Whitaker Probationer ' and Other
BOOKS FOR CHILDREN.'.'"'
Barbour Four In Camp. -,v
French Heroes of Iceland 1
Fuller ttookful of Girls. ' ,
Pratt Play Lady.
PUBLIC LIBRARY NOTES.
The library wiahea again to rail ths
attention of Ite patrons to their privi
lege of drawing for home eaa any num
ber of books on their non-fiction card
for the purpose of Mu4v endiof keen
ing them an Indefinite lime by renew
ing every two weeka. These bocks,
however. If In rtomand, must be re
turned upon nutlce.
There ta only a email amount te
ahara. This Is your opportunity. Xt lf
A.ddress all orders and
A email table haa been added to the
Periodical room and upon It may bo
found interesting issues of the United
States government. At present It eon
tains soms recent Farmers' bulletins on
the cere of fruit In the northwestern
United States and upon Insecticides.
Ths following technical periodicals
sre on file In the periodical room: Am
erican -Architect.-and Building News,
American Engineer and Railroad Jour '
nal, American Machinist, Architectural
Record, Architectural Review, Brick
builder, Caaaler'e Magazine, Electrical
World and Engineer, Engineering, Engl,
neerlng Magazine, Engineering and
Mining Journal. Engineering News, En
gineering Record. Iron Age, Marine En
gineering, Metal Worker. Mining and
Scientific Press. Mining; Magasine.
Railway Age, Railway and Locomotive
Engineering. - Rudder,- Scientific- Ameri
can, Scientific American Supplement,
Street Railway Journal. Transactlone
of ths American Institute of Electrical
These ere catalogued la the engineer
ing Index, which le in . the reference
room: up-to-date and open to consulta
tion at any time.
A constantly growing collection of
trade catalogues, now numbering about
111 le also on f fie.
The transsctlons of the civil engi
neers, mining englners and mechanloal ,
engineers for 1908 ere now on the
shelves. We sre anxious to mske the
library aa useful aa possible for thess
lines ef work, and any suggeetlone ss
to furthering Ite helpfulness wlU be
moat welcome. '
THE MOUSTACHE IN PARIS
Undertakers In Parts are Jollier thsn
usual nowadaya, because they have rust
been granted permission to wear mus
taches, after a struggle of four rears.
Hitherto the eompany of "Funeral
Pomp," as It hae been called, whloh In
Parla Is a ' eemt-muntclpal enterprise,
hae Insisted on ell Its hands being clean
shaved. A barber te even paid to attend
to them for nothing, but the "Crooue
motla," as mutes are grussomety called,
here, hankered after military muerfbhea
f nd now they have obtained thena. or
at least the right to wear them. 'Still
the privilege wss granted with much re-luctanca,-
One of the directors. of the
company eald pathetically:
"Mustaches do not harmonise with the
auatere livery of our men. Moreover,
aome of the latter have utterly spoiled
their looks br letting ths hair grew on
their upper llpa For instance, severs I
men whom we uaed to employ effective
ly at funerals of the first Wees can
now be sent out only to eacort paupers .
hearses, ao deplorable Is ths chanae
In their erpeersnrs sines they grew
French funerals. It should re
placed, ere dlvl.i-l yr nm-. im- it
categories, iww ti '" ' '
ceremonial eM ' 7 '