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OREGON . SUNDAY JOURNAL. PORTLAND, SUNDAY MORNING. AUGUST 13 1907.
Marguerite Frey, Winner of tne International Beauty Quest, Writes of tne
.Proper Care of tne HairPoint on Beauty ly One of tne Most . Beautiful
tTABGCEtelTJS FJSBV. WUMBJZ OP
ahem tc as 3EAtry cavrsr
fmmwAZrj&XEim j&wEd cew&f&rr atve& mist
a' WOMAN'S erdwn .of glory l. , clean. Hair in a normal condition the hair down and ait In th sunshine silken texture which is tne perfection
A b- hair. Therefore, the young should not ba washed mora than one. iJL !LJIn k". Vi. , V. 7 " . 1 for which wa ara all atrtvtntg.
, - Klrl la unwlaa who does not a month and then by using- only pur " , .
V care well for the wealth that -eaetlle soap Never put ammonia in the Brushing the Hair.
i naa been given ner, or . try water.. Tne soap snouia not oe ruoosu
to ImproTs the smaller share that la
her Inheritance. ' The hair ahould al
ways ' be taken down ' at night. the Into the hair,
on the hair, but first dissolved In warm ' .
water, then with tne fingers rubbed well ! "
PHOTO SYADEL INS W LVXltEMVEZ COPYJVCJfT ZWVEX POST-
8lnr th bait whtninr tb mdi following with caUl kop anampoo. their hair. The taw atray locki imui
ara noiit. v , . .
. Jt v 7 . ; w ".w Some people are wr particular
If the hair i oily it la caused by the d0 tnl. Xa. the liaht of the moon.
elands ODtnlnc too wide and dlstrlbutlnc I do not know whether the moon
nil mi th outiM at the hair instead of h anything to dp with' ts arowlng, mm, t:
an the imldn. whm It should wo. but I am certain the slngeln has. , . . vn a temnorsrr coref
you "r your nair on. an iron n
wanaruix aaa uuruiiK. , - r . ' you ao do very careiui noi is ourn iu
The old rule of fifty strokes with a
on each side every night
now as when it was new.
r" which--will leave the scalp delightfully i, ,"-Jor?,.. ,t vTrJnt.iui
to d,,-. Th, dandruff may not return ''"S..Mrri,n;hfKlnilvl.?r S5iii
- for .itv.ru I months, and U nit In laaa eurW.lield in place with; Invlaibla hair
iZiiw,: k.j .... i. m pins. They do not hurt, as some paien
T n..r . . . curlers, and when combed out In the
uul ' nua -lain it. una ui auuw
Massage moroupniy wun an asiring
ent and brush lightly.'
The Ideal brush is excellent. The pow-
lsck hair becomes - discolored
tangles removed with, a coarse, - even-
toothed -comb; the scalp massaged and- oughly
the hair well brushed and braided. : The old.
tnaasMge la to Invigorate the scalp, the
after which it should
in-, warm water, followed bK
. . . . .... . , ..
If possible, dry In- the sun
k rtn.i tiior.1' u iood for the arms, I surmise, as tiered preparations sdvertlsed for coun- Dandruff la disease, the cause of easily from too hot an Iron. An eee
well as for the hair, - If tha balr haa terac ting Mia oily condition of the hair which ' no one has discovered.
uowea py tendency to ba drv a little olive oil are not advisable, but If for urgent rea- -. There la no- i
" .ons needed temporarily. ' duat some druggist or hair
a bit of carefully massaged into the roots before powdered orris root through the hair an ointment wl
There is no- absolute sure,, but your liantine on th
mornlnr look like a natural wave, and
it's infinitely better than ualng an iron.
If you hare light hair and it grows
ouli in color, nut a teaapoonrui or pe
roxide in a bowl of water and waah it. -
to nut a little brll-- TnU Is not, what is called bleaching- ;
hUr.bfore cOr.ln. It. ."r" " ,piy. ."i i A vftir -
dresser can recommend I never curl my hair, aa you may 4,n'. "T: 3! !i,wa,,V-
rushing, to keep the balr thoroughly sunshine adds new lustre and to take the brushing will tend to give It the,! and brush out . thoroughly.
ir urBBr vma iBvuniBiviiq A u.r i uii 111 7 iinir, bib, war a.... .. ...
which you will massage have noticed. It's ust a bit naturally J"", pretty as we can.
Into the scalp every night tor a week, curly. Most "oum girls do not curl
THE COUNTRY EDITOR
Some ' of . tteTrials antl Tritulations of tKe Maa
T . XT. .. . . . ' ',1 A . ..... j. C 11 "Dl-.J
rvunnins a ixewspaper in ae xxveraee umui. x a
man and wife had 'spent many happy
much her frlende loved her. how sad'
years, snd In the Utt!
was quite another- a tor;
ULOQIE8 and Mandatory para- pressed, with it constantly. . I doubt if
graphs, alternating "With sneers, there la a single calm utterance in any
paper in the United 6tates that does
not carry some weight In Washington
ridicule and depreciations, long
hark been the lot of the country '
j. editor. -Pictured. In the corald among the members of congress. .
dened they were by her passing away.
how sweet and womanly had been her
character. The husband - did not send
tne city nepers to distant acaualntances
he aent copy after copy of the little
.country weekly, the only place where,
despite his prominence in the world, ap-
J eared a sympathetic relation of the
oae- that had come to him. Charles
Meauger . Harger, in - Atlantla Monthly.
HOW) INDIANS CELEBRATE THE FOURTH-
s to Spends ahJ 'DaHciiig
papers as an egotlstio clown, exalted i "Tom , might . think that whit wm tilimnge or a - Cxirl S Lilffi
in a Portland Candy Fac
tory Matin? Sweet TKins
by the politicians as a mighty ."moulder ' country editor says does not amount to
f publlo opinion." occasionally chas- anything, but It means a good deal more
tlsed by angry patrons and sometimes than most people realise. When the
remembered by delighted subscribers, be country . editor who is looking after
has nut his errors where they could be nothing but the eounty printing . gives
read by all men and has modestly sought expression to some rational idea about
a national question, the man off here
In eongress knows that it comes from
the grassroots. The . lobby, the big
a fair credit for all his merits.
At times he has rebellednot at treat
ment from his constituents, ' but at
patronising remarks of the city Journal- railroad lawyers and that class of peo-
S 1st who sits at a mahogany desk , and pie realise the power of the press, but
' dictates able articles for the lt-page they hate it. I have heard them talk
dally. Instead ef writing local Items about it and shake their heads and say,
at a pine table in the office of a four Too much power there! The press is
page' weekly. Thus did one voice pro- mX fZ?l uJhl? i"3 .". t
test: -When you consider that the T" ".J0 n ,P J
. country weekly is owned by its editor bf J1. n. h FPf'ZZZ
and that the man who writes the funny " , hf h"p curI?L "Zfl
- things about country papers in the city "d. hinrw.ir"7r,.y -hJ
Journals is owned by a corporation for ZZIZt. .n. Tj n, i! - dir .hi
which he writes. It doesn't sVera so sad. f. "!?t,fliLcl"m'n, "ftl
. W hen you see an Item in the city pa- Si.u" L" ???nZlA. '21
pers poking fun at the country edllor JJL Vf litiT.JH th.JJom
Jor printing news about John Jones' Vl ,dJ'r vf' 1. ,.,1 t . . i.I?
new barn vou lauath and laurh for vmi ' aoma one whom he truats as a leader,
know tnat'on m, of ?he pagerof Mt he politician knows approximately
. city paper, while John Jones and many ., T.h ?.r?u'1. 'VJjfL .iTi
, , of his neighbors take and pay for the w,th notice of the seventh
caper which mentioned his new barn, baby s arrival (why cigars and babies
fwn't waate your pltyn the cowvtrv hould be associated in men s mlndsI
newspaper worker. He wUl get along.
never understood), the fruit farmer who
f reaenta some nne Ben uavia apples
n the expectations that he will get a
notice, are but types. The editor mar
nave some doubta concerning the need
,ty, " opportunity to proui father, and he may not te par-
By K..K. W. ' '. ' - -.-
IN PORTLAND many women and girls
find employment at the candy fac
torlea , Here houra ara the same as
.- at other factory work, from 7:30 In
ths morning to M0 i the afternoon,
with a half hour at noon. The cooking
and mixing la done by men with various
mechanical aide. ' Girls find employ
ment at packing the candles, wrapping
caramels and choice special goods, put
ting up packages of penny or nickel at
tractions 4he kind with a prize in every
package and other light parts of the
In one of the largeet of the Portland
factories the girls are paid by the
weight of the goods packed, and this
would in general be the scale used in
paying for the work of packing boxes
of candy; In another factory a weekly
wage la paid, graded according to the
efficiency shown. In the latter case a
frlrl may start In at tl a week and un
eas she shows special quickness she
will advance but slowly to a wage of
eight or nine dollars, after - several
months' work. In general one may say
that a girl doing general work, pack
ing, wrapping and ao on, will earn, after
she has learned the work, IT or II a
week. . - . . . v, t . , -
Helps Advance Hit Town.
After all, ao one man In the eommua-
' .... - s
assist the town in advancement as the tlcularly fond of Ben Tavla apples, but
editor. It is not because he is smarter P'l"rou,",. notlcB because he
thai. nttiBBi .n. wM v. ,. ".'7. ' knows that the gifts were prompted by
than others, not because he la wealthy, kln(, nerts .nd that the givers are his
tut because he Is the spokesman of the f rienda
He is eager to print all the news in
bis own paper. Does he do ItT Hardly.
-xbis would be a very newsy paper,
Reaches Readers' Hearts. .,
When joy come to the household it
Is but the working of the heart's best
axclslmed a frank country editor to his imnulses to desire that all should share
Subscribers, "were it not for the fact It The news that the princess of the
that each of the four men who work family, has after msny years of wall-
i, on It has so many f rienda By the time ing. wedded a prosperous merchant of
?h.ilbJitm" ." ".W J". any of the neighboring county, brings the fam-
" lift- fri,DU " omlt T,r" 1Utl lly Into prominence In the home paper.'
"I wlah you would print a piece about Seldom la , these busy times does the
' ? TJh!i urtr" farmer's wlfe-edttor get a piece of wedding cake.
tSeaHelhrrT".'.1 U wr-theles. he fall, not to say that
"But I can't do that JOS other teach- tb bride la "one of our loveliest young
TELwYii Iou rlte the ladles and the groom is worthy of the
?'nreuln Th. city paper does
for If you can't please your subacrlb- t do that Her. and tber. a country
u"scr"ptltmnd1"" - C'nc,Uwl her d,to tri t0 Put n ,tJr and
Bo the countrr editor 1M- .... th are facts of "social functions"
min good thinss and certain bad things without a personal touch to the lines.
r. , !ilr?"Lm pl.Vr"" thet the per- But Infrequently does he succeed in
sone most Interested are close at hand reaching the hearts f his readers snd
?"4 .1? il27.iJl.. ,Xldu?.1 rM,Pnsible somehow he Anda that his contemporary
I i.Vl becomes wlss aoroaa the etreet . badly printed,
in nis s-eneraiion ana avoids chaetlao. anrlnklaMl B.HK
Great Ropes of Taffy. ; :
'.There is some fascination about
watching the work of a big candy fao
tory, perhaps because of the staggering
quantities produced of something which
we have from our childhood's days as
sociated with rarity and th. unattain
able. ,'....' .'... '. ; , ; V
Here men are swinging ' out great
ropes of taffy, molasses or strawberry.
here is a mountain of mint drops, here , tisallv fnm twit srak without the sllshest warning they sta
Sa'arV SllC otWwlth toll C.nd,0n th h In" fndi.; .c'e cou'r. at The .n"d which ld .Vy VhlUwomu .t th. iVeatert Iwln they" nance!
win bms xonaant
here one ma
fascinating sticks which we usually
(By Xula R. Lorena ' ' celebrations on the reservation. ' Hun- the race begin do they become -very sine trimmed with beads, to music.
DOES . th. Indian celebrate the "red.- or people from towns surround- much excited, wnue tne preliminaries primitive, -tir true,- nut musto maae
. . - A . . ing so out IO see tnese ncn, wnicn bi. wins i I biirbu liirj r hiivub, ilh mumii ui uiiib, mnu I Killing Buu,u.
rourtn or July! IS orten asked generally require about two hours after even eolemn looking, and with great They go not in waits, but circling
by tourists and others passing all the preliminaries have been arranged dignity they come forward with what round and round, and always round, and
through the' reservation districts n1 about two minutes for the race, thev have for betting. ' . . round In single row, the circling ends
....I A number of Indians seated on horses, - Here and there bn sees a group of of which would meet at any particular
01 tne COUniry. ICS, inaeea. ne u ... . . -i,i. wllh lhl ,,... ohn r. I.klnv a-rt Intareat nolnt. oe Kll iwilnla shannr tha rlnT
celebrates, not only' for one day, but heads pointing to the center. Suddenly and pride in the races. They are be- Ts complete, and joining In the hl-yl-yl-
rv aecxea in nigniy coiorea Dianaeis ana eia-ye-cni-ye-yi, ana wnen urea
excited over tne results aa down on the ground until rested, men
a post Is usually planted, round which race In the land.
dancers are all satisfied. - .
Little by little, under the Influence or
.dant when l is dona and preae" their appreciation of the advent the racers are to turn and come back Dancing Is also one of th. great fee- Little by little, under the lnfluenc
av see men ratlins out the or whltee In this continent. They to the starting paint, generally covering tures of these celebrations. At thsse the patrlotlo )oy of fredom, the In
sticks which we usually see eoma from miles around, with tepees. a distance of from three to five miles exercises they often dancs for hours ss has stepped from under a shadow
SJJ toiirh most gorgeous clothing, and for i
hlwiiVi.e they feast and make merry on the ea
y be ee'n nf Krounds near where flows th. V
ne which tu-, .. i.i .
carefullv BTuarderf In ilau ra and nut. nd camping outfits, bedecked In their before the race Is complete. - In the old-time wsr dances, many of was once a benlson, but Is now of hi.
;T mn-B arnrarawina etnthlnar. and for llM Innl... .11 .kul anil liBltln Ik.. winlhiilM la alaa lh. aiun anllarhBnmait a Ka rrl.v . Via . hannl.
the enrtrcllns strlDes which bewilder tn'T feast and make merry on the camp- la liberally engaged In. Benldea money, and dancing until they are almost ex- neas. He has found sunshine In Amar
the childish mind. Here mar be seen lnf Srounds near where flows th. lima coat a, blanket, wearing apparel, beads, hausted. Ths scene is not Only fan- lean Independence and the warm hand
the almost - human machine which una. . - - pistols and almost anything that ths tastla, nut as many would exclaim, or rreeaom's sons nave bade mm wei-
stamps Into starch the shapes for th.
fondant which Is to bs dropped Into the
molds or the machine which .takes these
trsys of holee and with careful pre
cision drbpe the syrupy mass into th.
beds of starch.
In the modern confectionery plant I
found out the way In which are made
the hard dropa which are such good
"suckers": where you get rour m oner's
worth "cause they last so long" one
Racing Is the main feature of these Indian may have Is put up. Not until "most' gay and gorgeous." In moooa- com to a better Ufa
and. Ilk. the. thimble cookies which are
familiar to childish ' hearts, with a
small cutter the small losengea or mint
drops'-are cut out A girl must be a
quick and deft worker to cut them ac
The girl who Is skilled will by a deft
movement of her hand xnrm a v on tna
top of the completed chocolate, which
stands for vanilla, or an M for maple,
S for strawberry, tr W for walnut.
In one of .the Portland factories a
M.nliln. la I. , . Blnnlnv IhB .hnn.
olate chlpe end all that the operator has little Interest In her work and seems to
i portione on iii n,i v.ma,
not Th. chocolate dipper, sit because afford an opportunity, but if ahe la a.'
their work la mor. eaatljr don. fn that 't ft'homa .bM.'
There is plenty of opportunity for
good, steady workers In this line, for I
am told -that If a girl Is slow, takes
Modern machinery naa dona much to a. a i. . . ,k. mMu nnriinn
make th. work of a candy factory on- the sliding bsnd. which carries them on witnout sny aesire to inwove, tne man
Nf the moat Intercatlns thlnsa In candv
. .. . t. - an aaa ana wnra hi a u nil. laruir. it ri - i , i a biiiiiiib ifaiiu. wiii.ii nil , i .r in ' 1 1 " ' -
maxing to ne seen, ureat rotary ma- ; . " , . . into- tha chocolate coatinr and to take ager prefers to lt her e", and give her
chlnea are started, their contents conv like candy making at home, but th. 'n pnV ttheV a"da-. Other Place to a quicker and more willing girl.
bibiiiih " . r iininiiuBr amni nu bb numin ninn aim iciniini a. vbiubuib . 1 1 M.nKi..vw I am ih. Mari.. in 1 11 la aa in ,,.tt ainci or isrinrr
u?nnV'rSMnV.n lln.Jn .u trammer but profiles in .VWSf JfJl' ' the place of hand dipping, work. It all depend, upon the girl. There
! ..i. ... VI' I'.Z . In sneer, Its laudltatlona, ts getting an unusual chines rotate the candles tumble over K..K , w hut bee not yet been adopted here. Ex- are more who want to make a ready
t... satlafactlon in fratlfjrlng the im- number of new sube" rlbers. Even you. ch other and I In my Ignorance lm- This is th. best paid branch of work in. Moourm mnr make from 110 to $14 "age of 17 a week than there are of
T ,.u. to say thlnsa that br ng tears to though you mar pretend o bunmlnd: ," that all the function of the ma. the factory, but not all.glrl. make good rweekperha Jvin higher, but on r the class who would be willing to atari
, . ',oUTl "f il'XT I Iul- ' dlHPle.d when on the cf n.a waa to m. ke the wL chocolat.dlpp.ra Ons beginning at this ifte? long experience. ' f ft . little lea- where they would be
""""d in a man s heart If day after your party you read that the Not so Boon a man comes with a JTr . , , - ' lesrnlns something mors difficult snd
j ii.-s not learn this ss hs grows older aueate "went home feeling that a good fre dipper full of syrup and pours If k,n1 "ork might start at H a week. Moat Pleasant.- ' , . at which they could after a while earn
i i H service he Is a, poor country lime had been had." . ; over the rolling candles. When they Bhe must learn to dip the fondant -WOTlt 18 MOSt fieaaant ....... , , mor. There Is slwava room for ths
A row rr in rolitlcs. t " , . ;.
"T) . j.i'wer of the country pres. la
Was!.: fc-tori enrprtaes men." said a mid
dl. we-t cor, -min last winter. "Dur
ing ti-i ta " i 'nit I have been lm-
ana when sorrow comes! Into the
home of a city friend of mine death
entered, taking wife and mother. The
Iam h'1 b"n prominent in social
c relea, and eolumna were printed in the
tf puiwfi. columns of cold, btoa-raph-leal
tacts born, married, died. But the
r"" "" '" h "mail country
town where, fa, their early married Ufa,
.have rolled awhile ha repeats the pro.
. owe snd so the little round candles
gradually grow larger and larger until
they are the approved alxe.
quickly and evenly." Horn.-kinds are
more thickly ooated than other kinds,
and the worker muat learn to discrim
inate In the amount of chocolate she
puts on. , Then the mixture must be
neither too hot nor too cold, and as the
Ther. la a kind o candy which I. j.Hrn to form th. otters which deeig-
-- Origin of the Sedan Chair,
1 From th. London Chronicle, '
Perhnps some expert In the Siamese
language will tell us whst Is Its word
for "sedan chair." When the king of
rilam'a ministers protesting againat
bis Majesty's favor toward motoring,
suggested recently that- "the royal sed
an chair" was always at his disposal.
It is Improbable that they used a word
remlnlacent of the French town.
For It Is from the scene of Napoleon
Ill.'a eollspse that the sedan chair takes
Its name and perhaps remote VMf'.r"
uy wiji suppoae tnat it nad some Awn
nectlon with-that event. . But sOVaV
Cutting Mint Dropa.
There la nothing unplsasant nor un- willing girl, vet I muat emphsslte what
a. i ,K. t, . i,,,.. naa been sain
tory, at leaat In those that I have Sean. totcorneonth
The work is comnaratlvel V llsht and factnrlaa. Bh
I ha normal ' Whether tha a-lrla or 11 win taae au tnat sne can earn to wuinry aainai me employment or men '
- r jf in la cny gin ana muai rinn crainfu wun naving introduced tnem
il before, that If a girl muat flrt produced these conveyances eeiwf
herself It Is a pity for her turlea ago, and they were seen In Eng-7-
he city to find work In the land In 1611. One used by James Is j
he will In the end be sorry, Buckingham provoked great - popular
rolled on a marble board Ilka' dough,' bate the flavor of the. enclosed cream.'' the factory. Bom. bar. seats, others do work at once, the candy factory wiU to London In 1114.