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THE OREGON DAILY JOURNAL. PORTLAND. THURSDAY EVENING. AUGUST 1, 1007.
Other Classified Ad
vertisemcnts will be
.found on pp. 16-17.
NEW TOD AT.
?7,5OO50xl00, double house,
k best 'east side district, income
' $60 per month. , , ' t.
$8,500 5xl00, 2 7-roonv flats
; will, rent; for $70 per montn
. . .1... it J. ,..... r
. tiusc in, warning uuiouw.
818.000100x100. 3 modern
.. room house in Nob Hill dis
trict. room for another house
, - or flats, present income $150
-v per month..
'820.00050x200. with 4 strict
ly modern houses, income $170
. ; per month; Nob mil. oiatnct.
These are good, safe investments
Commonwealth Trust Co.
SIXTH AND ANKENY
Varna W. Mason. 126 4th at. Ill Cor-
uena N. Aiaricn. z. ... .
, Uarrr U Chase, (II B. Taylor at, IS;
Emma M- Thmes, If.
Mike Prsybylke,: til Delay at, tl;
Stellla "Ssersiesenelte, 14.
W. 8. Hyd. HUisboro, it; Ruth J.
Pechln, tl. . '-, -.
A. R. Fawceft, I Union ave., IT; Mr.
Carrla H. Ireland, tt.
. Henry Pontinan, 111 Northrap at, tl;
Annie Makl. It. '
- W. A. Tepsoott, II Weed at, II; Hat
Vfi Sybil Kent, .
Max Branner, 141 Montgomery at, SI;
jtos ttaqer, if,
Weddiua Carda. W. Q. Smith a Co,
Washington Diag., corner tin ana wu
- Wadding carda tha beat. 101 far II.
, AWln B. Hawk. 144 Id at
- Tonseth A Co., florist, (or flowers of
in Kinds. Ill ftn at.
Clarka Bros., florists Fin flower
.jma norai oaaigna. zi aomwB avi
Full draaa auita for rant, all . alaea,
Unique Tailoring Co.. lot stars: St.
CHARLTON July I. to Mr. and Mrs.
. R, C Charlton, at Roa City sanlta-
- rium, a eon, .. . -
- FLOWHB-July -II, -to - Mr. and Mr.
- jonn nowne, at -ai r. no. ai.,
R. WMcFarlana.. 4ia.-BUckaton aU
, MORAY July ICto Mr. and Mr. Da
T' vld Moray, Archer Place. Bellav,
. a aon.' ,. . '
BODDT July l, to Mr. and Mra. Her
bert J. Boddy, 411 Shaver at. a
' BATK8 July 1. to Mr. and Mra. Para 1
C Bates, at Portland Matarnlty hos
pital, a aon.
DICK Juytt,to Mr. and Mra. Ed
ward C Dick. 401 B. Ith at.. N., a aon.
FTFEK July SI, to Mr. and Mra. Nor--v.--
man-- 0. Kyfor, at Portland Matarnlty
noepitai, a oaugnter.
HABEKT July 10. to Mr. and Mra. E.
. P- Habart 431 . Harrlaon at, a aon.
. HOUGARD July 14. to Mr. and Mra.
: Bamual P. Hougard, 111 B. Harrlaon
at., a aon. '
JONES July St, to Mr. and Mra. Wll.
. 11am O, Jon, Bactlon Una road, a
aon. ., .
EHULtr-Jury II, to Mr. and Mra. Prank
k. buuu, Portland Matarnlty hospital,
' a. aon.
MANY July tt, to Mr. and Mra. Harry
n. oany, n n-verett at., a aon.
Nathan V. Radford, lit B. Ith at. a
MICHAEL July 10. to Mr. and Mra.
Jeaae 8. Michael, til Iyy at, a aon.
COVENT July ST. to air. and Mra.
Tbomaa J. Corony, III Montcomary
' at, a daughter.
YOb -IAN July II. to Mr. and Mra.
Bart E. Youman. Ill 14th at, a aon.
ALLINOHAM July tl. to Mr. and Mra.
, Arthur O. Alllneham, 171 4th at. a
BARROWS July 4. to Mr. and Mra
Bdward B. Barrowa, 1101 Borthwlck
N at., a daurhtar. , .
WEINMAN July ST, to Mr. and Mra.
Edward J. Weinman, 1080 Taylor at,
ARNoLJO July ' IT, to Mr. and Mra.
Hoamer &. Arnold, ivu 7tn at,
WEBTEROARD-rJuly 1, to Mr. - and
Mra. Jamea C. Waatergard, 170 Olad-
v vioTia KTf.j a. aaugntar.
iOULE July II. to Mr. and . Mra.- N,
VaiiImm yniil. III V 1 lk . -
. WILDE July it. to Mr. and Mra. Ralph
a. w uaa, aa waanington at., a
OR BACK July tl. to Mr. and Mra.
wonraa uroacK, ?l b. JSth at, N,
JOHNSON July 10. to Mr. anil Mra.
Tela Johnaon, 1001 E. ltth at, N, a
D1RL8CHNEIDER July tl. to Mr. and
Mra. Lou la A. Dlrlachnelder. Ill Cable
at. a aoa.
ANDRUB July 10. to Mr. and Mra.
Raul Andrua 111 tt. lath at. twin
kWihNirn T,.i. an ' r- . -.
"aajna Wagner. 114 E. Taylor at, a
PEER Y At hla lata raaldonoa, Proapect
aye., near Weat aye., Mount Tabor,
July II. HOT, Oeorga C. Peary, aged Tl
?'eara 1 montha 4 daya. runeral will
aka place Friday, Auguat t, 10 a.
m rum mf wwrt j-eaiaonca. t nenaa in
. DIED At bla realdence. 1671 Wllllama
aw.. Albert B. Wllllama inl ai
yeara. Frlanda and acquaJntancaa ara
. reapectiuiiy invuaa to attend the funeral
Saturday morning at 10 o'clock, from
COOK July II, Mra. Mary Cook, aged
Tl yeara, I montha and ITMaya; 10IT
ru. jiomwn, carcinoma or gtonach.
HAWLEY July II, Mra. Carrie J.
Hawley, aged 41 yeara and 14 daya:
- Bt. Vincent'a hoepital; perltonltia. .
' LEWIS July 10, Clyde Lain Lewis,
' aged' 21 yeara, 4 montha and tt daya:
401 Wheeler a treat,- paralyela.
. LATIMER July 5, Herbert Latimer,
aged II yeara. 11 montha and 10 daya;
E. 10th and PowaU ata. tubaroular man-
CASSIVELLl July II, Ougllanno Caa-
alvelll, aged 45 yeara, 11 montha and
II daya; Columbia alough; pneumonia.
DUREEE July IT, Oeorga 8. Durfa,
- aged IT yeara, 4 montha and 14 daya;
at Fulda,. Waah.s canrar of face. ,
OLIVER July to, Harry 8. Ollyer,
agod I montha and 14 days; 114 Mll
Waukle at.; tubercular menlngltla.
8HEPARD July! SI. Mra. .Margaret
Bhepard, aged 71 yeara. 4 montha and
I daya; Columbia alough; old age.
. RYAN July 10, Leater Ryan, aged
yeara; Reaervolr Park; burna,
NELSON July l. - Richard NHaon,
aged 11 yeara;' Oregon City; accident
BOLAND July 10. Michael Roland,
aged 47 yeara; at fit. Vincent'a aan
llarlum; eplnal menlngltla.
BANDS July 19, Mra. Anna " Bands.
aged & yeara, at noma ror tna aged;
iiar aiaaae or tne heart.
HELP WANTED MALE.
WANTED MATTRESS - MAKERS.
Tonalng Broa., tl Morrl at; take
VAMtW flftftT-gUflfl niLOR
i that tan take charge of ahop; good
pay to aultabla ii"aon. City I)yWorka,
ai E, Tth at, Vanoouvar, Waata.
HELP ? ANTED SIALE
WANTED FIRST-CLASS CHICKEN
plckere; good waea; ateady Job to
right party. He Co hran. Draaaer 4k
Co., (th and Stark ate.
Apply R. M.
Uray. I6-17t Morriaon.
between and 11 a. m. '
HKU WANTED FEMALE
Waited at Once"'- "
TOTJNO LADIES TO LEARN TEL
EPHONE OPERATING: . WORK
LIGHT AND PLEASANT; SHORT
HOURS, WAGES GOOD; PAT
WHILE LEARNING. RESTROOM
IN CONNECTION, LUNCH SERVED
FREE; EVERY OPPORTUNITY
FOR ADVANCEMENT. APPLY
CHIEF OPERATOR, ID FLOOR,
MAIN BUILDING, W. PARK AND
WANTED GIRLS FOR LABELING"
.ppiy a iioor niumauer- rana Drug
Chlnaaa nlulnn awAtilna ms h ril a t
I4TH Stark at. Apply ItJ Clay at.
WANTED CHAMBERMAID. DEW2T,
. SVi N. Id at; .110 per month and
WANTED If ICK 'SEWERS. " TdlisWa
CIum at " ' - A a. - k daw ia '
ptv.i W9 pnv mm mi.j mm.m n- ct r.
WANTED REAL ESTATE.
WANTED SMALL HOUSE. CL08E
In: muat be a baraain: full nartlcu-
lara. T-440, Journal.
FURNISHED ROOMS FOR RENT.
NICELY FURNISHED ROOM FOR
rent, reasonable; with breakfast and
I o'clock dinner If c referred. TeL Pa-
clflo Itl. - - -
FOR RENT HOUSES
ONTO l-ROOM HOUSE. 4TS BELMONT
at., near ttn. ynona E. 1370,
HOUSE FOR RENT 7-KOOM HOyflH.
.V...W UVUW. .1111. .SM.k. . 1 W
mont on tha Mount Scott ear. Inquire
Mra. coeson; rent U.
FOR RENT STORES-OFFICES.
DESK ROOM OR HALF OFFICE
cheap In Washington block. Room 14.
FOR RENT ONE HALF OF FTnT2
store; aiao Daaement. so Morrison.
HOUSES FOR KENT FURNITURE
- FOR 8ALR.
FOR RENT l-ROOM HOUSE; .FUR
nltura .for eale; I rooms pay rant.
101 1st at Phone Main 1801.
i n i ii i in a
HERB 18 A FINE CHANCE TO STEP
Into tha beat business In St. Johns;
general atook: no old goods; located- on
beat corner In the city: dolna - aood
bualneaa; laaao on building; stock re
duced to minimum; will Invoice about
11,000; good real estate In St Johna or
Portland taken In exchange. . Coma and
look It oyer. The'-Wagoner Co., Bt
FOR BALE A FIRST-CLASS RES
taurant dolna- a aood business: must
be eold: email . Inyestment; alckneas
cause of sals. tU at ail Mohawk bldg,
sq ana Morrison pts.
I GOOD FIR CLAIMS; MUST H Lo
cated Immediately. 40 won-nnn.
HORSES, VE1UCLES. IIAIUNESS.
FIRST-CLASS DRIVING . MARE T
years old. Tel..-Hugga, PaoLflo Sta
bles. 204 - Baltnon-st.
FOR SALE MISCELLANEOUS.
FOR SALE; CHEAP I SPITZ PUPS
male and female.' Inquire at 137
Salmon St., tonight. - ,
MISS RATMOND. MASSEUSa
Morriaon St., room i.
TNSIDK iNFORJtATtbN ON COMING
, movement or a waii sirwei
Invested will make 1600 In 10 daya.
For particulars address P-480. JournaL
CLAIRVOYANTS AND PALMISTS.
ADVICB THAT WILL DO TOTT OOOD.
Melvin has made tbouaanda of dollars
for Portland people. He haa deceived
none. If your mining atocks are a fail
ure ha will tU you. - If you have money
to invest, do not throw ft away. Melvin
wiu guide you and show you a way U
success. v ' . "
He advisee In boslnesa. Do not buy
or sell real aetata; do not Invest In any
thing before consulting him: let Melvin
be your g ulde and you will always be
,uproV.u melvin Tells ; tour
name. age. occupation. where
nil . LIVK."' NUMBER OF YOUR
HOUSE yVND THE STREET WITHOUT
ASKING A QUESTION, without -any
nrevinua knoeriedae ana .. naving no
natural means of knowing who you arej
whence and for what you. came.
He tella you of friends and enemies,
who la true, and who is false, tella you
whom and when you will marry, giving
name, dates, facta and locations; taking
no fee in advance and accepting Bone
unless aatlefactlon la glvsn. -
- LOW FEE.
10 cants, 10 cents. 10 cents, II oenta.
' THE BENSON BLDO.. . ;
SI1H Morrison st, corner Fifth.
PHONE MAIN T24I. -
. TAXED MORE
' ' ' l ; .
Assessor Has Been Raising
Valuations In Clacka-masCounty.
FIRST-CLASS RESTAURANT DO.
ing a good business: small invest
ment; alckneaa cause of sale. For par
ticular call at 111 Mohawk bldg.. Id
FOR SALE REAL ESTATE. ,
BEAUTIFUL l-ROOM HOU8E, LOT
140x100; price 11,000; 11.400 cash.
An Ideal home. T-room bunnlov.
$1,400; $1,000 cash. -
A mansion l-room Queen Ann style,
IIJ00; terms. .
Beautiful T-room bungalow. 11,000;
11,100 oaah. '
- A snap l-room hens and S lota, en
eornar, 11,000; 100 cash, balance at I
per cent. , .
A beautiful borne, rooms, elos In,
$$,000; tsrma. -
A beau ii i ui cottage T rooms, eioaa in,
Do not fall to sea these two l-room
bungalows. - ,
Lota . tuxioo, cioa m, i,to eacn;
1710 down, balance to suit,
i-room house. 11.410: 1704 cash, bal
ance to suit.
l-room house, $1,100; $400 caalv bal
ance I yeara T per cent."
-room Queen Anna, $1,160; $1,$60
cash lot KOxlOO.
l-toom bous. 11.400: $450 cash, bal'
ance fit montmy.
room nouae, ix.too; terms; iot iitx
111: fruit ate.
Theae homes are all on full Iota, east
front nd the beat car aerrlce.
HUNK LAIXU tU. .
146Vi 1st St. "
ti 000 Naw modem l-room house.
Queen Anna style; best of plumbing;
near Union ave.; terms; don't dslay.
n. a. ririmutn.
071 Oantenbeln ave.
WILL SELL Mt NEW i-RdOM1 k6o
arn house, corner 14th and Belmont.
for $S,R0O; worth $1.000 $1,100 cash.
Phone Tabor III or call at 100014 Bel
FOR BaLS4 LOTd, UU. m CAiiH.
iymgfgija f l v pi iiituvu i aav
Interest. Inquire Mra. W. R. Farrall,
Btewart station, Mount ocoii canine.
100 BEAUtlFUL RESIDENCE LOf.
In good neighborhood; It minutes 40
city; best buy on eaat aid.
14,100 SweU new l-room bouse, cor
ner lot clone in; on blrnllthio street;
you make the terms. '
All ainas 01 oargaina. - nee mev
V DinCi IT 1 DDT. . -r
V, n J AM ,LA'- I
Healy tiMg.. Grand ave; and ElJofrladnTl
MODERN l-ROOM HOME HOLLA
day addition; close to ear; full lot; tha
ownar is a non-reeident ana tnia is a
bargain. J. W. Rutherford. Main 1110.
I1T Commercial block. .
FOR SALE FARMS;
II ACRES JUBT OUT OF THIS CITY;
a snap for 11,100. $100 oaah, balance
I years at T per cent
14 acrea - and Imsroyemanta. $$.000:
10 acrea and Improvementa, $1,000;
11 aerea and Improvementa, $7,000;
4 aerea and Improvements, $4,000;
tsrma. ' '
10 acres and Improvements, St.100,
$1,600 cash. r '
11 acrea and Imnrovamenta. . It 000
These little ranches ara all finely lo
cated and well Improved; good houeee;
fruit, water and all other thlnga com-
oinea 10 mane a neautirui noma.
HUME UAN1I UU, -
1 1 B I at St.
! You may live in a still
( bigger house without '
increased - expense, with
the cooperation of The
Room" ads. Try it to
morrow; Rate one cent
. (Speelsl IHapateb fs Tha JesraaL)
Oregon City, Aug. I. County Aeses-
aor Nelson iranorta the total property
valuation of Clackamas county thta year
to be close to $lt,000,000L an Increaa of
$1,100,000 over , last - year's raluatlon.
The Increase la on corporation property
and timber lands, tha increase en 00 r
poratlona being cloaa to $7J,000. Th
lncreass . on th Southern Paclflo rall-
fbad property is $100,000, and on Its
acreage. Including 60.000 acres of tim
ber, $100,000. The increase on th o.
W. P. property will reach 100.000. The
Weyerbauaer and th Collin timber
traota were lncreaaed .171.168. In 1101
when Assessor Nelson took charge of
tne errice, tnea lanas war sssessea at
11. ti per acre; now It la 111, the as
sessment rate for all mountain timber
lands, tnoee in the valley being fixed
ft 111. The total valuation of the eoun
y'a property at that time waa $4,414,
000 aa agalnat tha nrwsent valuation of
HOP CONTRACTS FILED
AT OREGON CITY
(Ipeetal DUpetck to The JoornaU
Oregon City, Aug. 1. Th following
hop 00 n tracts were filed for record yea
terday: H. A. and Sam Wolfer of Needy, with
R. C. He rren of Aurora. 40 bales of
hops, each bale to contain not leas than
180 nor more than 110 pound a at 11
centa per pound. To be delivered on or
before October 11.
B. Mors of Marksburg with E. C
Hsrren. 1,000 pounds of hops at II
centa per pound, to be delivered on or
before October fl.- "
William Brush, Maxhurg, with E. C
Herren. 40 bales of 180 to 110 nounda
fach. at II centa. per pound; t tede
Ivered on or before Ootober tl.
'; Drrag Perversion. '
For English aad American, woman to
follow blindly the dictate of Parisian
fash tone is aavs pr Emll Reloh, a
mUUke. The dress of ths women ef
tPlw;llll world Im moatly arranged
t Parla, and la, of course, adapted to
French women; hence It follow, that
when English and Amerloan women
adopt tt bodily th effect 1 sometimes
The make of a French woman la ss
ssntlally different, he avers, from that
of a Anglo-Saxon woman. The latter
Is fine In repoee; th French woman la
charmante by her movement
From this alone It followa that 'In
Franca women excel In what they call
attahea, or the finely- differentiated
Joints of th various parte of th body
suoh as th attachss of th neck, of the
elbow, of the wrist, of the ankles; in
one word, French women ara frequently
well deooupless, Th dress la eonse
fluenUy meant to eat off -those attaches
f " J?a"bl" " Poaalbla, A . woman
lacking thpse subtle lines and Joints
distinguishing her several organs will
f ain nothing!) wearing a ooatume orlg
nally meant for th charms of French
Or Uke thOiead. , A head with ftn
lines, aetUn- off th neck, th eara. the
hair and th face In clear contrast and
harmony, wants a hat totally different
from that needed for a head whose ohlef
attractions are only a (In pair of eyes
or beautiful hair.
The complexion and th hair and eyes
are th fin feature of th Anglo-Saxon
woman. Dr. Reich thinks and these
points should be emphasised In th cos
tume. It Is precisely In hats where th Anglo-Saxon
women come to grief, Tha
hats, too, are dictated by Parla. But
many a French woman with no ys or
hair to speak of haa that very quality
of lines about her head, and would look
quite charmante If she put a newspaper
on her halrtytng l beneath her pro
Or consider another point English
womsn walk vary much more rapidly
than do French women. In fact while
the moat exquisite Parlslenne la some
what ridiculous when ens Is running,
the English woman la very often at her
best In th action of running. All this
Indicates a thoroughgoing difference In
the hard and eoft parte of tha body.
And If now we conalder that th
French woman never utters the smallest
sentence without smphaslslng every
word with a gesture, while lq JSngland
talk ta-lit' A piano without a pedal,
we cannot but aee that female dreae In
Franc la meant to aooompany. ahade
and color French conversation. Lace -Is
uaed by a French woman to curl a re
mark of hers; velvet is applied to soften
a maHcioua adjective, and silk and Its
frou-frou ar ussd to send Inarticulate
shivers into commonplace phrases.
Th secret of all female dree la In
th wearing thereof. It has. or ought
to have, a life of Ita own. It' haa a
grammar and musle of Ita own. To lay
on ona'a aalf th "latest" expensive stuff
Is like laying upon one's head folio
volume of Plato and Ariatotl-ron
does not get the wiser for It. '
The conclusion then Is this.-Women
In England de not excel in devising
their proper costume because they will
slavishly imitate the style of women es
sentially different from them.
But why do soT Why Insist some
times with excesslv Individualism, on
English houses. English food. English
drinks or no drinks. Lngllsh table rain
nera, English conversation; and why not
apply some ef this individualism to ths
devising of a costume better adapted
to the build nature and habits of Eng
lish women 7 , .
. st 1 H .
Talked With Napoleon. .
Ther la still living In th village of
Limy, Belgium, a woman -who spoke
with the great Napoleon on the day of
tha battle June 14, 1116 at that place.
Her name la Mm. Anna-Joseph Ru
bay. and ah will reach her 102d birth
day July tl.
Her memory Is still perfectly clear
aa to the Incident.. Napoleon had estab
lished his headquarters close to the lit
tle farm where ahe and her mother wer
alone. Her . parente had - burled their
little stock of money and valuable In
tha ground, and In th morning th em
peror came out and took up bis position
elos to th snot . ' ,
Fearing that ) might discover th
hiding plaee, th farmer' wife, to die
tract his attention, took her head la
both hand and pretended to be suffer
ing from toothache..
This attracted th emperor's atten
tion, end, oomlng ! the woman, he
told her not to be afraid, but added that I
M -Wl ar rl SF
7 V i
: - 8
The splendid smoking qualities of
have built up such a standard for them in the West that .
youH hear men every day say to one another, ''Got an
Imperiales?? Instead of merely "Got a cigarette?"
It's the rich taste the real smoking tatisfacttdn- -of
Imperiales that have made the name mean "good -
smoke", irraywhere. .'VJ, :v; :: -. '
y:- That thin . mais paper crimped, not pasted aids ,
the rich Imperiales blend of tobacco in smoking smoothly
and deliciously to the mouthpiece and keeps them free
from that "after effect' found with other cigarettes.
10 for 10 cents
The men of tbe West amoked 100,000)00 Imperiales la 1908. ' '
' Sold Evmiyakrm '4'.' , J
' THX JOHN BOUMAH COMPANY . '
MaBnfaietnrarg . . . , S Fraacisco , , . .
as th battls was about to be fought ah
should betke herself and her Utile girl
to a place of safety.'
He then turned to th little Ann Jo
senh. and, patting her on her cheeks,
told hsr to be "a good little girl and
take car of her mother."
Encouraged by his kindness, th far
mer' wl fe- then -told-1 hremieror that
her brother had served in one of his
dragon regiments, but had not been
heard of for eeveral yeara. On ascer
taining the name of the regiment Napo
leon replied that it was one of thou
that had auffered moet during the re
treat from Russia., but. h would havs
He then told them to hurry off Into
tne roreat or BomDreire until tne right
ing waa over.- Mme. Rubay haa a per
fect recollection of the emperor's ap
pearance, and describes him a " a little
man with a big bom."
She alao remember th scene of de
struction and alaughter presented by
the village when-they returned tha neat
day. She deecrlbea the French aoldiera
as "fine fellows," but her recollection
of th Prusstana Is not so favorable, for
"they ate up all our chickens snd our
tw calves without paying for them.
" ' t. : g tt .V;';;.
Cold Drinks at Home).
Cream Soda Boll together two quarts
ef water, three pounds of eugar .and
two ounce and a half of citric acid (or
der from a druggist). -Whip the whites
of two eggs to a stiff froth, mix with a
llttl of the hot liquid, turn Into the
saucepan and stir and boll for two
minutes. Take from the tire, let stand
undisturbed for 10 minutes thsn strain
through wettsd-cheess cloth. .Bottle
and keep In a cool place. When using
fut three tableepoonfuls of this syrup
n a glass, fill two thirds with Ice
water then add a half of a level tea
spoonful of sifted baking soda. ' BUr
and drink whlls foaming.
Qlnger Beer Mix together on ounce
of cream of tartar, one pound of light
brown auger, two large lemon scrubbed
and sliced very thin without paring,
one ounce and a half ef green ginger
alloed thin. Add one gallon of boiling
water, stir over ths firs until th sugar
la dissolved and boll for one minute.
Pour into a large crock, add whan cooled
half a compressed yeaat oaka, dissolved
In a llttl warm water, and let ferment
for 24 houra; then strain and bottle.
Tl down th corks and lav the hotilea
on their stdss inth ellarThi la bet
ter at the end of a week than when
Fruit Vinegar Pour a quart of good
cider vinegar over a qyart of washed
end mashed berries. Cover and sst
sstde for two days, stirring two or three
times. Drain off all tha liquid and
pour It over another quart of pulped
fruit. Let stand again for two daya,
then. If a strong fruit flavor ia wanted,
repeat th proceea a -third- tlm. Finally
press out the vinegar and measure. For
each pint allow on pound of sugar.
Heat and boll for two minutes, skim
ming thoroughly. Bottle while hot.
This keep almost Indefinitely. On or
two tablespoonfuls of this syrup are
added to a glaaa of ice water. Straw,
berrlos and raspberries ar moat fre
THE SHORTEST SOLDIER
How Young Kan son Under Required
.. .VHelght Got Into the Ann. 1
- From th Kansas City Journal.
, Charlea L. Dagan of Keats, Kansas, a
young army recruit who sollsted - In
Kansas City and left with a squad of
recruit' for Jefferson barracks. near
St. Louis, Is probably ths shortest sol
dier In ths. United State srmy. His
height Is I feet I Inches. He was ac
cepted only on the recommendation of
President Rooaevelt, to whom be wrote
explaining th altuatlon after he had
been rejected on account of hla height
at th auxiliary reoruitlng station at To
peka early in April.
Dagan bad entertained th hop of
becoming a soldier for sevral yeara He
1 now 21. and having no on dependent
upon him, he went to the recruiting
station to enter the service. He passed
a rigid examination save for hla height,
but the new that-for this reason he
could not become a soldier did not de
ter him. He hsd decided to become one,
and promptly wrote to President Roose
velt explaining th altuatlon. He made
an earnest appeal to the chief executive
and the frank, earneat manner In which
he couched his plea seemed to strike
th president aa that of th man who
would make a good soldier.
This Is probably ths first instance ef
an acceptance of an application for en
listment in tne army wben a discrepancy
of two Inches In the reaulred height
existed. ' Th minimum height, aa stipu
lated by tn war department, la 6 feet
Dagan Is of almost perfect -build.
weighs ISO pounds and haa a five-inch
chest expanalon. He expreeeed a desire
to snllst In th cavalry and be sent to
th Philippines. At Jefferson barracks
be will be ssslgned to a regiment of
cavalry under orders or preparing for
order for Philippine service.
Facts About Japan.
Hr la some Information abourjapan
In tabloid - form, culled from various
sources for th benefit .of thoa who
wish to talk war aa If they Smew ail
about U: : .'
. Japan ha:tbqtitth earn area, aa
Montana, with mors than half as many
people a there ar in th whol United
pun... - - - -
Japan has every kind of manufactur
ingcotton goods, telescopes, micro
scopes, watches, knivss, spoons, alectrlo
machinery, matches, clocks, woolen
goods and a host of othsr lines.
Japan, haa railroads grldtronlng tha
empire, electrio lights In all the largo
cities and telegraph lines all over th
country. . '
Japan was thrown open to- th world
In 1854, through th effort of Commo
dore Perry of th United State navy.
The nation haa In Ita hlatorlo archive
tha histories of 110 rulers, of Whom 10
Historisns of th empire declare that
the preaent ruler is the representative
of a dynasty that baa sxlsted for, 1,600
The monetary unit I th gold yen,
whose nominal value approximate th
weight and value of an American dollar.
tin and mercury in abundance, heaidea
coal and Iron.
Japan raises sufficient agricultural
products to feed her own people and,
leave a aood Quantity for export '
" Japan did hot have a single battle
ship In 18S, while now she has a seer
of battleships of th first class.
, William H. Buck Hlnriohsen, for
many year conspicuous In Illinois poli
tics. Is reported near death at his home
In Alexander, Illinois, Mr. Hlnrlcheeri
Is 17 years old. He had been sheriff
of his county; clerk of the Illinois house,
and. during th Altgeld administration,
1811-17, ha waa aecretary of state. Dur
ing two yeara after that date he wis
a representative in eongrens from the
old Sixteenth district of Illinois. He
also served aa chairman of the Derao-cratle-state-committee,-
and In -1191 -waa
sleeted a delegate-at-larg to - th
Democ ratio national convention. -
'1. gasBBsssaaaaaaa., 4.
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A suburban or tountry home need plenty of pure
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let us know you are interested in
the subject. r
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