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THE OIUXQII SUUDAY JOURNAL, PORTLAND. SUNDAY HORNING, AUGUST 11, KZ7.
PIIOIIE LINES TO
HIE BLUE LEDGE
MAN UNDER THE BED AT LAST . -
DISCOVERED BY HELENA WOMAN
a rmate Enterprise,
the Other a Forest Ser
HINE PEOPLE PLAN
TRAH AND SMELTER
JTo Bar Probably' tha Smelter 61t
juid Gravity Wfll Propel 0r
Cars" Ore- the Four Mile Course
. to the Work.
(Special DUpateh te Th Journal)
i Eileen. CaL.. Aug., loABlua
Wining eamp will eoon be connected by
; telephone with the outalde world, Two
Unas will b bul" lnt. th' dItriot
The Blue Ledge Telephone Telegraph
company nw baa a craw at work run
Bins a Una between the camp-and Med
. fori. Jtlgbt of way baa been cleared
-anffea act moat of tha distance. Wire
jSi b strung at once, bo that tele
thons communication, will be had with
tha outside in a f.w daya. Thi. com
tany 1 composed of Metlford people.
Walter parsons, a civil engineer of
that city, la general manager.
The other fine will be built by -th
' vnua mates Ruvihi" rVLil
appropriated tor th. forest aervlce. This
line whi wuui.
Grant. Pass. While lta purpose It to
. n the Siskiyou reserve near Blue Ledge
in close communication with the forest
, reserve headquartera at Grant Pass the
line will also be for the convenience of
the general public- M. J. Andsrson.
forest reserve superintendent, has
-. . u - vw i4. tn(m that the
wire for the line la now on lta. way here
. hi i n MnatrunlM
ana mat ne wii - fcv ...... -
crew at onm '
e-vamwav and melter. '
" i Tne roreairy. aepaninoiu,
local offlclaia, haa granted the Blue
. j - KAnnlaM.An tA Anarttl &
tramway aoroaa a portion of the re
serve, the tram to connect mi ;
' tunnela with the ore blna. From thla It
4 . .1 .... . .ha, Ik, enmnanv 1 flOIIUni"
mm .. ' . . .....
iixinir tha erection of a amelter. the
plant to ba located at eome point be-
Since the conatruction of the new
, wagon roaa rrom-joe xr w mj
tne xurmer putca i-ni v -f
ormerly. The etag terralnua is now
'-at the mine or at Eileen, the new town
mat nas pprunt up nw ww iuih
ter will be built at Joe Bar, alnca thla
Is the nearest smelter site. There la a
, difference In elevation of pearly 1,000
m - . f 9 aval
. f Ml oeiwffn aio rr iju iuj au
and thla dlfTerenc makes poaalMa tha
' iraOBUUI WIUII.. Vi SB a Wl w mm mm .
tram from the mine to tha bar. a dla-
HUGE PUMP PLANT
(Sped! DUpatch to The Jonrsal.) ' 1
Helena. Mont. Aug. JO. An agonis
ing cry for help and police aroused a
number of residents in the fashionable
west Btda district shortly after mid
night Inet nluht, with me resun uui
many Inquiries rame frein opened win
dows as. to the cause of the alarm. 1 he
telephones of ths city were out of coin
mission because of the strlks of opera-
tore and linemen and tna voice oi
woman who gave the alarm was readily
recognised by nelghhore for a block dis
tant, several of whom responded la
person so soon as they could don scant
clothing. v . '
Arriving at the - house they made
haste to inquire tha causa of the ex
citement and were lnrormea oy m
highly frightened woman that she had
heard a noise In her room and waa quite
positive that, there waa a man under
Kan Also xears a noise.
On. of the men was dispatched to a
police patrol box while the others await,
ed the arrival of tha offloera and at
tha same time endeavoring m pacur
the woman. "
Before the : arrival of tha police the
rallaf nartv was reenforo.ed. however,
and It was decided to proceed at once
to her sleeping apartments. There waa
AGED RANCHER MEETS; SERIOUS ;
- ACCIDENT ENROUTE TO WEDDING
AND POWER PROJECT
Million ' Poll art for Third Great
Dam in the Misaouti IUvcr In
7f ,4 , Montana for Irrigation. '
: (Spartal Dtopatea ts Te' loaraal)
Helena; ,MonU. Aug, 10. Helena is
to have a third great dam acroaa tha
Missouri river for tha development of
electrical power,- and a portion of thla
' will be' utilised for a pumping plant
whlrh will reclaim 10.000 acres of land
in rrli-kly Pear valley, Just below this
city. Positive announcement of tha en
terprise was ' made today by former
Governor Hauser - on his return from
New York. . where he went to finance
The same Interests whlcH built the
firesent dams are behind the new one and
nclude the estate of Abram Hewitt.
- the Guggenhelms, tha Amalgamated
mniwr Interests. . Governor Hauser and
A. M. Hotter of Helena. The pumping
?lant will coat between, 14QU.0U9 aaa
The das - will cest - approximately
$1.000,000. . The power will be utilised
to a great extent In the Butte mines.
East Helena, the Anaconda smelters
and minor induacriea. Aireaoy me norse
' nower develooraent of Helena dsras ex.
ceeds J5.000 and the new dam will awell
this upwarda of (0,000. . Work will begin
immediately on tha new 'dam and
, ditchea. I - , - -
PHONE FRANCHISE AT '
LA GRANDE WILL COST
saesaaBesa-BsasBa ", '- '
.. ' (BseeUl Dlssatek ts .lba eanal)
lavOraada, OrM Ang. 10. The Horn
Telephone company haa been granted a
rrancntse tor to years, ine mun pro
vision Is that at tha And of tsn years,
three per cent of tha company's net
earnings ahall ba paid to tha city, four
er cent at tna end or imeen years ana
ire per cent at the and. of twenty
some parleying as to who should enter
i.r.t and light the ga, which on mtn
finally volunteered to do. Hearing a
sllgnt noise, - ne
declaring that he, too, had beard the
i v k.., .M.k.nM tna woman
sounus wruuii unu " ---- "V.
and caused hr outcry to her neigh
bors lor assistance.
. It waa a Kan, All Slfbt,
With the room lighted, however, and
the further fact that the nocturnal
callers were duly armed, they decided to
complete the taak they had atarted. No
sooner had they set foot in the room
when they heard someone Bay. and ap
parently coming from under the bed,
t0"i va got her . now, all right; wall
soon ba off." . ,..
The neighbors recognised thla roiee,
tob. It was that of her husband.
It oeem a the gentleman Ira Question
whA is numbered niong; the wealthy
and prominent cltlsens of the place, bad
bought an autemobilo. and, oe'nf.
practical sort of a person was taking
r i- nnapBtlon and
lessons at a r T" ,z
mechanism. It took several minutes to
bring him out of bis dreamland esca
padeT He waa armed with a monkey
wrench and the bed slats plainly show,
his neighbors say, where ba essayed to
make repairs thereon. - -
lie buya liberally for hla friends now.
nt'n rrabosa. aired about 15 years.
wag thrown from a wagoj in a run
away on tha Third Btreet bridge across
Marquam'a guloh laat- nlgbt while oa
hla way to attend tha wedding of bis
daughter at Hillsdale. After throwing
tha aged man Out and fracturing nio
.... -tw,AnA kn.a tnpnM
turned across tha bridge and struok
Mrs. ti M. JUaxer, wno tiyr .
thur atreet aerlously Injuring her, in
ternally. Mr. Frabose Is a farmer at
Stafford,' not far from Tlgardvllle.
Two sons-in-law of Mr. Frabosa ae
companleA tha elderly man, one of
whom, Mr, Ilmbat, was driving. It is
supposed tha horses became frightened
at a streetcar which cams up behind
them on tne onage, umvutn ' "
erted by those who Baw the accident
that a bolt or other cart of tha wagon
became loose- and atarted the team.
which suddenly Became unmuiinw
Tha accident occurred' about :!
The old man was thrown heavily to
the hard surface of tha bridge and re
ceived, injuries lO HIS Ktip Wlliuu
dered him unconscious. . The sudden
..i 'with the curb la
supposed to be the causa of the dlsaa-
ter to Air. r rtouw um - " i
turned back across the bridge and
caught Mrs. Baker between them and
. i ii ' ft-v. & tAh.il. At tha Wlion
struck her aoross tha back and aha waa
thrown down under toe noreja. .
Baker waa returning . home from the
kninii..'. .k hod made a allaht
purchase for tha morrow's dinner.
Mr, rnwoN was picuni i -
conscious condition and taken totne
Cottel Drug company'a atora at First
and Sherman and subsequently removed
to tha Good Samaritan hospital, where
ha aoon recovered consciousness.
Mrs. Baker, whose Injuries were mora
or less serious, waa taken to ber borne
a few Btepa away from where Bha waa
run over, but her lnjuriea were found
to ba such that she was taken to St.
Vincent's. .Mr. Baker,, her husband,
could not be found last night.
The horaea were intercepted at Ful
ton by members of engine crew No. 10
of the fire department. They were os
tensibly on thslr way home. Tha wa
gon was left at the south and of the
bridge, where the horses broke away
from it after striking Mrs. Baker.
STRONG .lJlll YET
- aMBaHwaBasKsaaBseBBBsaa-ssjs ' " " ,"
0. W. Akers - of Roseburgr
: Worthy of His Ken- .
. V tucky Sires.
(BpecUt SUpstea te The Joarnil)
' ttaKiiv.' n.."Aur. 14. One of tha
oldest pioneers of Douglas oounty and of
Oregon ia O. ,w. Axera, wno w.a
vear old on August 1. we came tu
Oregon in 1S4, traveling aorosjs the
plains from Kentdcky with an ox team.
Jt li expected that-both We-President
Fairbanks and Secretary Taft will
- attend tha Ohio home coming -celebration
to be held at Columbus tha first
week in September. Both, era native
of tha Bucksya State.
And i Catarrh
BY "ACTISA" .
" Ninety-five ear cent of tha cases of
deafness brought to our attention is tha
result of ehronlo catarrh of the throat
. and middle ear. ' The air passages be
soms , clogged by catarrhal deposits.
stopping tne action ot
the vibratory bones. Un
til these deposits are re
moved relief la impossi
ble. . The inner ear can
not ba reached by prob
ing or spraying, hence
tha inability of special
ists to always give re
lief. That there ia a
aclentlflo treatment for
most forms of .deafness
and catarrh la demon
strated every day by the
Actlna" treatment. The
vapor generated In tha
"Actina passes through
the Eustachian tubes
Into tha middle ear. re
moving the catarrhal obstructions and
loosens op the bones (hammer, anvil and
itlrrup) in tha Inner ear, making them
respond to , the vibration .of sound.
"Actina" is also very sticcessful in re
lieving bead noises. We have known
paorle afflicted With this distressing
trouble for years to be completely re
lieved in a few weeks by this wonderful
Jcst-ntton. "Actina" has also been very
VTT...rnl In tha treatment of la grippe.
CTsthma, bronchhla. Bore throat, weak
lungs, colds and beadaoha . and . other
troublsa tnat are niree.uy vr iinnu,
due to catarrh. "Artlna will ba Bent
on trial, poetp-ld. Writs us about your
case. Our advice will be free as well
ss a valuable bookProf. Wllann'a
rr ,ta nn Disease. Address- Actina
Appliance Co., Dept. U-O, 111 Walnut
01 alDnui -J f JMW
' O. W. Akera. Photo by Lewis.
Hs resided here for a number of years
and then returned to hla old Kentucky
horn on a visit, after which he csrae
out to California for a while and then
back to Oregon again. where ha has re
sided aver since. Mr. Akera la well
prenerved for a man of hla age and goea
around town attending to his affaire.
Ha reads tha papera apparently aa well
aa ha did SO yeara aco, using bis glasses
only for flna print, lie says Jie served
hi turn aa a sailor and la proud to any
that ha was never drunk in bla Ufa, He
born in Ksntuocy. August i,. iti.
IS YET UNDETERMINED
At a conference to oonslder the work
on ths Klamath irrigation project at
the offices of' tha iinltad Statea recla
mation BervIcA yesterday afternoon, fu
ture work on the project waa tha chief
The meeting waa attended by Chief
Engineer, Arthur P. uavis, Morris Hien,
of the legal department; t. C. Henny,
supervising engineer of ths work in
Oregon, Washington and northern Cali
fornia; D. W. Murphy, representing tha
fovernment. and Attorney J. N. Teal,
uperlntendent B. E. Jonea and En-
f-tneers Newell and Beam ens, represent
hg the contracting - firm ot Maaon,
Davis Co. ''. a.
1 ne claim vi ot nw n, m,n v.., n-
f ineers, who have constructed much of
he project, for $260,000 for extra work
and materials furnished In excess of
the sngineers' speoincaiiona, waa con
sidered. Nothing definite was decided
noon end another meeting will be- held
n a few davs and the entire matter will
bo then prepared In such shape to place
It before the engineering board In
charge of tha work for-a final decision.
; , -PERSONAL
' Miss Esther Benosky'ls spending the
DSinnce ui tim wwwm a , mi. . ," ii
I. H. Solomon, wife and aon are anend
I n ar ih. aurrant month at I.nn Tleach.
Mr. and Mre. O. P. Wolcott and
daughter, Owena, returned yesterday
1 rviil a. ivui - w, vjvhi , vwu
Mrs. T. W. Noder and ststsr, Mrs.
Charles H. Carter of California, are at
Seaside for the summer. They are
atopplng at the Moore hotel.
The National Association of Letter
Carriers will hold Its sixteenth annual
convention In Canton. Ohio, tha week of
GREAT EVEHT FOR
VANCOUVER V. 0.
Jubilee Meeting Next Friday
Night ; - Membership ; '
(Special Dlrpatca to The Jonraal) ,
Vancouver. Wash., Aug.' 10. At a
meeting of Vancouver camp. Woodmen
of the. World neld in Sohn hall last
svenlng. It was decided to hold a grand
Jubilee meeting next Friday night that
Ib to be tha greatest event In tha history
rt ineal Woodmen circles. The attend
ance at tha meeting last evening was
the largest in several monins.
Tha Vanoouvar cannD ia now tha
strongest in this section of tha state.
There are 171 members and It Is planned
to make tha membership at least ISO by
September 1. Organiser. J. M. Price of
Colorado la working bard to secure this
result and from present indications, he
will succeed. The Initiation of tha new
members will take place in Vancouver
inatead of Portland, aa la usually ths
Tha famous Multnomah degree team
of Portland haa agreed to put on tha
work, which will make the initiation a
great event ' '
At tha lubllee Fridar night. Organiser
Price and a number of prominent Wood
men of Portland will be present. Tnere.
will be a program and plenty to eat. ,
i FURTHERi ALIMONY
franklin A. Freeman, traveling agent
for the Bankers' Lumbermen's bank,
refuaea longer to pay alimony for tha
support of bla former wife, Veronica
Aileen Freeman-Peterson, and bla oh lid.
aged yeara. Mre. Veronica Aileen
Freeman-Petereon, president of the
musical department of tha Woman's
club, doea not aeek support for herself
from Freeman alnce her marriage with
Leo Peterson, editor and manager of
the Commercial Review, July 16, but
thinks that Freeman'a attitude la re
fusing to contribute for. the support
of his little girl rs reprehensible, and
she doea not hesitate to Bay so.
Mrs. Peterson secured a divorce from
Freeman July to. 10, en the grounds
of cruel treatment and was granted ali
mony at tha rate of $60 a month for
the support of herself and Child. July
SO. 1007. Mr. Freeman filed a Detltlon
In circuit court aaklng that ha no longer
? required to pay tna alimony because
the marriage of Mra. Freeman to Mr.
Peterson. Mra. Peterson thinks Free
man should care enough for hla child
to pay for Its support
FIREBUG DOES QUEER
' STUNTS WITH POLICE
"t - ii i , ! ..'.
, W. C. Gibson, who was arrested last
year on a charge of deliberately setting
fire to his printing shop. la a building
at Second and Pino and was given his
liberty through the aotlon of the dis
trict attorney in returning a not true
bill, waa the central figure in a pe
culiar case last night at headquartera.
Gibson oomplalned to the authorities
that George Green had robbed him of
56 in a north end aaloon and Detectives
one and Tlchenor were detailed te
-make the arreat. - Gibson announced hla
Intention of swearing to a complaint
but, eluding the vigilance of tha elation
offlclaia he quickly made hla way out
of headquartera after Green's arrest.
Gibson raced down Third atreet aa If he
were guilty of some crime but waa over
hauled by Detective Prioe and brought
bark to the station. As he refused to
prosecute. Green was turned loose. Li
quor Is supposed to have been tha cause
of Gibsons peculiar conduct-
WHEAT SALES WILL '
' BE MADE BY SAMPLE
(Upeeiil rxpatch te Ths JwaaL
Pendleton. Or Aug. 10.-C. A. Bar
rett president of the Inland Empire
Wheat Growers' aasocfatlon, announces
that no salea day has been set In
stead, samples of grain will be left at
Pendleton and Athena for the Inspection
of buyers. The samples, with a atate
ment of amounts, will be listed nd
prices may be offered at any time. The
assoclatlorl wlahea to Insure farmers the
full market pries and wlM Invite outside
buyers to bid,
..'I " ' .
All at About One-Half Regular Prices
Nottingham lace, Arabian
net. novelty applique,
French net, Cluny inser
tions and edgea, Faille
borders, Maria Antoinette
edgct;' colore, white,1 two-
toned, ecru and Arabian;
beautiful Battenbury ef
fects; any desirable cur
tain you may have in
mind can be found in thig
great aale assortment, at
about one-half and eome
at even less than half
price. Everything from
the neat and plainer lace
to the very elaborate nets.
11 - " -
322 K-Pairs Curtains Go On Sale Monday Morning
No 1277839 pain white Nottingham Lace
Curtains, 3 yard! long, 45 inches wide,
pretty border, good pattern, even Q7
mesh; reg., price $175, sale price fit
No. 12261 43 ' pairs - white Nottingham
Lace, similar to 12778, only in finer mesh
and more elaborate border; reg. d IA
price $2i5, sale price, parr.".... sjlslv
No. 10423 Novelty Corded, ecru shade,
richly patterned, 3 yds. long, 48 inches
wide, 24 pairs; regular prict M Of
4.S0. sale price, pair mfUUmO
No. 482 J Novelty Curtains, In ' Marie Antoinette edge,
pretty faille border, very attractive; 24 paira f0 Of
$4.00 values. Sale price, pair ............. tD
No. 1227746 air White Nottingham Lace, dainty trim-,
med border, lull large aize; regular price $3.90. &n 0
Sale price...... .....t., ...... .....LmLO
No. 4009-Novelty Appliqne, In white. A very pretty ear-
tain and showy, one sure to please; only 12 d0 OC
pairs; regular price $3.90.'. Sale price........ ej&.).
No. 12884 Arabian Net, just two dozen pairs in this ex-
uisite curtain number, hardly enough to satis- Of
y the demand there will be fo them ; $3.75 vals QCi LO
No. 58027 Beautiful ecru net; a most artis
tic Curtsin with its Cluny edge and inser
tion, only 4 pairs,Sregular price tf A C A
$8.25, sale price, pair..... epteUv
No. 282 One of the very choicest numbers
in the stock; fine Arabian net, with besu
' tiful border pattern of applique, 6M Crt
. S prs.j reg. $7.50, sale price, pr. aptealV
No. 7008417 pairs French net, dainty Ma
- rie Antoinette edge and heavy Arabian
insertion; a richly attractive 4 Cfi
; curtain; $7.50 value.. 0iwU
ALL PHONE AND MAIL ORDERS GIVEN PROMPT ATTENTION
"G-2VURTZ v CELLS IT FOR US
. - m
. CAREFUL '
A SEWING MACHINE REMOVAL SALE
Sewing Machines Will Be Sold Regardless of Cost
NLW H03MLS : WHLLLLR & WILSON
SINGERS DAVIS WHITES
THE W SOWING MACHINE, CO.
Haye secured the lease of the corner stow in the new B aker building at Eleventh an'd-Washjngton and are noy
. making a clean sweep of all slightly marred sewing machines at their old location.
fourth and Yamhill Streets, 0pp. Y. M. C A. Building Phone Main 6102
Suggestions for the
t By Elisabeth Roberta
(Travel measurements must be Used la
all tha followlna reclpea)
' Ess; aanawlohee Maah hara-bollea
assa with a fark, season with salt and
tapper, and moisten with melted butter
or tnavonalse. . Spread between thla
slices of buttered bread with tha crusts
removed. ' ' '
Baidlne and cheese sandwlchee Re
move Bkln and bones from sardines and
maah to a pasta- Season to taate with
salt, pepper, lemon Juloa and a few
drops ot Worcestershire sauea if liked;
moisten with a little melted butter, and
spread very thin on ellcea of buttered
bread, aver tha sardine pasta lay Swiss
ehsese out to wafer-Ilka thinness, cover
with buttered bread and out ia oblongs
or trlanales. . ...
Fl sandwiches Chop selected thin
skinned figs very fine, edd a llttre water
end cook slowly until like Jam, flavor
with a little lemon Julre. Let cool and
prd between thla Blloes of buttered
brH?otch wafers (a favorite PorUand
rirtpe) Three eupe . rolled Oata, two
cups sifted white flour, one cup sugar,
one hlf teapoort salt one teaspoon
..i.la, una .each cinnamon and vanilla,
one hlf Manponn mere one cup butter,
on and four tablespoons milk.
Mix dry Ingredients thoroushly, rub
rn buttr, sdd weUbeeten and tnUk.
liou out on floured board, cut wlta a
round cutter, and bake In a buttered pan.
In a moderate - oven until lightly
Peanut cookies Beat to a eream one
half cup surer and three tableepoona
butter, add one small ess; well beaten,
two tablespoons milk, one fourth tea
spoon salt, one teaapoon baking powder
and floor' to make a atlff drop batter,
about two thirds of a eup will be re
quired. Lastly add two thirds ot a eup
of roaated peanuta flnsly chopped and a
few gratings of lemon peeL
Drop from a teaspoon, on buttered
tins, sbout two Inches apart and bake
In rather a quick oven. It a large ess
be used more flour will be needed ana
more butter may ba used.
String bean saladThis ean be car
ried conveniently In glass fruit jsre.
and is best made from choice canned
beana. - Remove beans from can to a
colander and rlnae thoroughly by pour
ing cold water over, when well drained,
marinate by tossing lightly In a French
drees In g made of fvur tablespoons salad
oil to one of vinegar a teaspoon of
salt, and one fourth teaspoon of pepper.
Garnish with hard-boiled egga A lit
tle msyonalse. If you have It, mixed in
last, will improve the aalad greatly.
Apple turnover When fresh spples
are not to be. obtained, a substitute
hardly to be detected msr be hsd In
evaporated apples properly . prepared.
Evaporated apples should first be
soaked from 16 mlnutea to half an hour
In luke-warm water to aoften and re
move any foreign- substances, then wash
well In several waters and let aosk over
night In cold water; In the morning put
on to cook In the water In which they
have stood over night, add a bit of dried
lemon or orange peel and eook very
slowly. As soon as tender remove from
the fire, mash tnrouch a colander,
sweeten, add a ptnch of salt, and flour
With cinnamon or nutmrg-
For the turnovers, roll rich psstry In
small rounds, upon bait of each Put
soma of tha oooked apple, dot wlta bits
of butter, moisten tha edgea of tha pas
try with milk, fold the other half of tha
round over the fruit, pinch the edgea to
gether, and pierce the upper crust with
a fork to let the steam escape. Bake in
a moderate oven. ,,., . ,
LIFE IN PERSIAN HAREM
From the Manchester Chronicle.
Prlnoess Luelen Murat baa Just com
plted a long series of wandering
through India and Persia. On her way
home ahe paused at -Constantinople
long enough to give a detailed aocount
of a visit she made to a harem of tha
Peralan governor at fihlraa. ,.
"As wa rods into the city everyone
stared at me the unveiled woman. The
atreeta of the city of aewea are narrow
and hard to navigate. It was with,
difficulty that wa reached tha palace
of Abdul ul Sultan.
"As the gatea onisned a whole flock
Of aervanta dashed "out. - They sur
rounded ma at once and led me along
a marvellous alley shaded with cypres
traaa. Ws crossed a miniature canal
whose llmold waters flowed through
a channel lined with blue tllea. Won
derful flowers, from peonies to trtsos,
bordered It, and the breath of wild aim
mni en ia,l tha air.
"Abdul ul Sultan received ma in a
room set apart for women. He pouretl
a flood of compllmenta over ma like
a rein of flowers.
"We walked through a beautiful col
ennade which connected the palnre with
the woman a pavilion. 1 hla ld to
greet room, the roof ot which was
supported by beautifully sculptured
"The walla were adorned with great
mirrors, and a floor was a monala of
glased tllea. II-re wre authored all
the women of tle harem Isriies "t
slaves alike. All were da4 In Uie attt.4
draperies which Persians still wear in
mourning for Hussein, tna son or ah,
the founder ot the Sbilte sect of Mohammedans.
"The dark stuff threw the fresh rosv
faces of the girls Into relief and ad'tM
to their beauty. But the costly Jewt-li
which glittered In their garment
seemed to me to give their chlldlxh
races a hard and Obstinate exnreenlon.
Only their dark melting eyes, v-ll-.l
long laanes, seemed to me to reflutt
their melancholy lives of repression.
we were seated on beautifully carved
wooded settles and copper colored
slaves distributed Persian dalntl-.
There were Ices and sherbet.. end In
front Of esch of the ladles an iruil-
Ite machine of Oliver was placed. 1 lif
naa moaeis or r ersepoiis moulded on
them In high relief.
Delicious bonbons were passM
around which left a riollcate, faint fla
vor or roses on your lips. There were
also aplcndM purple grapes and pome.
granaies wnicn seemed to ne.. IlUfl
with rvihles when cut. The Slav
peeled little yellow oranges for us wild
tneir delicate hands.
"The expression of the prince
face was of restrained grief. In va n
ahe tried to control herif and fo
etal her agony. Tears ran dnwn r
cheeks and mingled with the dleown i
in her guwn as she turnod h-r
like eyes on her huahanl.
"Later I learned tha eplinntln
her strange conduct. fn h'l t
In ths chief duty ef a f-r--t
Fhe waa chlldlt and h'r h
determined to take snoi: . r
to her only tiit
that her rival 1
only weitln 1
husband a ' ' ' , ,
ths sad ' 1 ' , '
ot r..,.,fWt ' " '
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