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THE OREGON DAILY JOURNAL, PORTLAND, FRIDAY EVENING, OCTOBER 23, 1914.
Little Tories for Becmrae
l BY THOHNTO W BUfGS3 ! -
Bowser the Hound Cries for Help.;
t; Farmer, Brown's Boy was very much
netted Yes, sir, he was. You see,
is never before had set a trap (or s
olf, and somehow ft seemed to him
that It would be great thing to catch
Did Man Coyote. Bo he was up very
erly that morning to visit the traps
ts had set. ,
"I almost know I have got him,"
-tald he, as he started forth with his
Terrible- gun over his shoulder. "I
Know he was In his house when I set
.those traps, and with a trap hidden at
:h entrance he couldn't possibly get
without stepping in one. I think
have his skin made into a mat for
y room. Hellow, Bowser, old fellow!
Ifball we go get him now?"
" As he - spoke he stooped and un
chained Bowser the Hound. Bowser
hook himself, licked his master's
- , land, and then started to trot ahead
'n the war to the Green Meadows, ror
knew perfectly well where they
srere'going. It was just at tnai very
: ntnut. that there was a frightened
Kjuawklng and cackling of the ducks
;tnd chickens In the henhouse.
r "Hello!" exolalmed Farmer Brown's
Boy. "Something Is bothering them.
We'll have to see If Mr. Bkunk or
.Reddy Fox Is around."
J,, With that he led the way In the dl-
'ffction of the henhouse. Or course
',0owser raced ahead and disappeared
tround the corner of the house. A
liecond later his great voice rolled out
10 excitedly that Farmer Brown's Boy
'knew that tve had discovered some
thing. )! 'Sq,unds as if Bowsor had found a
fresh fox track." muttered Farmer
Brown's Boy, and began to run. When
ike reached the henhouse and turned
'the corner Bowser was already well on
is way to the Green Meadows, and
'from the noise he was making It-was
Irery clear that h was following a
i, "Bow, wow, wow! Bow, wow, wow!"
roared Bowser, and his master knew
'that that meant "'ime on Come on!
I've found a track!"
1 Bowser soon left Farmer Brown's
' feoy far behind, and his voice grew
.fainter and fainter la the direction of
the far corner of the Green Meadows.
!Fariner Brown's Bay tramped along in
the same direction, for, you know, it
.'was there that lie had set his traps
for Old Man Coyoto. He Bmlled as he
listened to Bowser's deep voice, for
when he Is following a trail Bowser's
Voice vcryf. musical and good to
A KIND HEART
Br Jessie Roberts.
Recently a girl working in a factory
heard of a woman who was lying sick.
and neglected and was reported to be
ill treated by the relative who was
weary of supporting her. She went
to vee this woman, who had no claim
I Club Activities
HOW LOYAL ARE YOU?
Woman's Luncheon, , Men. Invited.
The luncheon on Saturday at noon
in the Hotel Portland in honor of
Mrs. Culla J. Vayhinjer. will ba a
pleasant social affair. The follow
ing women will bring greetings- or
an nfhAF than human n of, respond to toasts: Mrs. G. J. Fran-
nv unrtn, mnin -nrtiHnsf kel. president of the Portland Worn-
r " - i
even worse than they had been report
ed to her, this girl had the woman
Farmer Brown's boy began to
run what could have happened
tQ make Bowser howl like that?
hear. It was ull of excitement, was
Bowser s voice, the excitement of the
hunt. You know, no one loves to hunt
more than does Bowser. And because
he loves the chase so there is always
a. note of iov In his voice."
Farmer Brown's Boy listened and
he smiled. Suddenly he stopped and
a queer expression came over his face
as lie listened harder tnan ever.
Bowser's voice was faint because he
was so far away, but it was loud
enough for Farmer . Brown's Boy to
notice that there was a great differ
ence in It. AH the Joy was gone out
of it. Indeed, it expressed surprise
and pain and fright all together. In
a minute it became a howl which was
all pain and fright.
"O-oh, o-oh, o-oh!" howled Bowser.
"Help! Help! Help! Oh-o-o, oh-o-o!"
Farmer Brown's Boy began to run.
What could have happened to make
Bowser howl like that? Something
had happened, that was 'sure. Could
he have tried to fight that wolf and
Old Man Coyote be having the best
"Poor old Bowser! He Is in real
trouble of some sort and Is calling
for me," panted Farmer Brown's Boy.
He was quite right. Bowser was in
taken to a hospital at her expense,
paid for. a bed there, bought the poor
creature the necessary garments, and
has taken time to see her every day, i
and to cheer her with a little bright
ness from the outside world.
This girl's . weekly earnings are
small; too small, most of us would
think, ' to share with anyone. Her
working hours are long, longer than
they should be. Yet she gives both
time and money to a stranger, and
appears to think nothing of the sac
rifice. I am telling this little story, and it
is but one of many, to contravert the
assertion that is so frequently made
that going into business has killed the
womanly kindness of girls, making
them hard and selfish. Business and
a kind heart are not incompatible,
living and who cornea into contact
Indeed, the woman who earns her own
with life in its more difficult and
strenuous aspects is far apter to take
a. generous attitude toward weaker
and more unfortunate persons- than
is her sheltered sister. She knows the
Struggle, She can understand the de
spair of the woman or girl who is
but of work and has no one to help
her. Hardly any woman worker can
be found who does not give some of
her earnings to charity and a little of
her ' precious time to those less for
tunate than herself.
Next story: "Old Man Coyote Laughs
Ancient Order of
.to (Jive Smoker.
' Coas of Erin to Be Honored.
Division No. 1, Ancient Order Of
.Hibernians, will give a smoker on the
evening of November 2. in their club
'rooms on Russell utrect. A commit
Iteo.is also working on the arrange
ment of a proper observance of "Pa
triots' day, the date or wnicn occurs
'On November 23. This celebration was
Iformerly called the Allen, l.arkln and
tD'Brien anniversary, but the last state
'.convention of the Ancient Order of
i Hibernians of Oregon decided to set
aside one day In the year to be known
its "Patriots' day," in which proper
jtrlbute would be paid to the honored
'sons of Krin.
J; The Irish-American Fellowship club
will give a rousing nmoker in their
Jhall in the Allsky building Thursday
'evening. A musical program is being
;rranged, and number of candidates
.for the Important offices will address
'the members. John Kenny Is presl-
(dent of the organization, and he has
'appointed a large committee to mike
'arrangements for a lively program.
' Big Reception Planned.
' The evening of Wednesday, October
'8. is the lon looked for ladles' nodal
'reception at the Loyal Orde.- Moose.
.It has every promise of being the best
octal and fraternal event of the sea-
;son. Dr. Banner Brooks, chairman of
,the entertainment committee, avers
that the rrograrn Is simply the limit.
He and his ansocia.tee have spared no
'pains and balked at no expense to
make it a success and a delight.
if Organizer Walker Betaros.
' G. W. Wajker. state organizer for
,the Tribe of Ben llur, has just re- boat from- shore expected it to go
.turned rrom Pendleton, wnere no nas
been organizing a second local court,
.'assisted by James It. Packer. The
Organization will he completed within
few weeks at farthest. The latter
art of this week Mr. Walker is visit
number of leading members of the
different courts from Portland. There
will be a fraternal evening of speeches
and good things.
Memorial Services Sunday.
The annual memorial services of the
Knights and Ladies of Security of this
city will be held at the First Congre
gational church next Sunday evening.
Park and Madison streets. The mem
bers will form at 85 Fifth street,
corner of Oak, headquarters of Anchor
council, and march to the church, start
ing at 7 p. m, sharp.
Hew Homestead Established.
Last Monday evening a new home
stead of the Brotherhood of American
Yeomen was established in Hillsboro,
Or., with 61 charter members. The
team from Portland homestead, ac
companied by ' a number of leading
Yeomen, put the degree work on the
floor for the edification and enlight
enment of the members of the new
Will Speak of "Visit East.
Dr. F P. irirey, who lias been taking
a post-graduate course in Baltimore
for the past three months, lias re
turned to his practice in Portland. He
will address the Neighbors of Web
foot camp, Woodmen of the World,
this evening on "Woodmen I Met East
of the Rockies." He is one of the
physicians of the Camp, and an active
Martin Had Narrow Escape.
When at Toledo and Newport a few
daye ago, E. P. Martin, deputy head
eonsul for the Woodmen of the World,
was caught out in the bay In a small
boat during an electric and wind storm
that came nearly making a vacancy
in the force of deputy head consuls.
People watching the progress of the
an's club; Mrs. R. Berger, president
of the Coterie; Mrs. George Watson;
president of the Overlook club; Mrs.
George W. Tabler, president of the
Tuesday Afternoon club; Mrs. Martin
Wagner,' president of the Parent
Teacher council; Dr. Viola Mae Coe.
president of the National Council of
Women Voters; Mrj. Isaac Swett,
president of the Council of Jewish
Women. Greetings wills be brought
from the Psychology club, ; the Grade
Teachers' associations, the' P. E. O.
Sisterhood, the Washing-ton State- W.
C. T. U.. represented -by Dr. Mable
Buland Campbell, and other women's
organizations. Mrs. James J. Sayer
of the Women's Political Science club
will respond to a toast on "Why
Women Study Politics." Mrs. L. F.
Additon of the Women's Pross club
will speak on "Pen Women for Re
form." Mrs. Mary D. Russel of Mc-
Minnville, the newly elected corre
sponding secretary of Oregon W. C.
T. U., will respond , to the toast. "No
East, No West, No North. No Couth,
but All One for God and Home and
Country." L. M. Lepper of the Indi
ana society will welcome Mrs. Vay
hinjer, who is the wife of an Indiana
college president. Mrs. Jennie Kemp,
the president of the . Oregon W. C
T. TJ., will also welcome the guest
of honor, who has been for nine years
president of the Indiana W. C T. U.
Mrs. Fred I Olson will sing, also
Mrs. Frank Deems, accompanied by
Mrs. Lenora Fisher Whipp.
While this is a woman's luncheon,
given by women in honor of Mrs.
Vayhinjer and Mrs. Henrietta Brown,
the women will gladly welcome all the
gentlemen who come, and extend to
them a cordial invitation.
An informal reception will be held
in the hotel parlor from 11:S0 to 12,
to meet the guests of honor.
Telephone reservations " for the
luncheon to Mrs. Buland, East 6210,
before Friday. But those who may
By Jessie Roberta.
At the latest session of the Shop
Talk club Bess proposed that the girls
should take a vote at each meeting on
the topic to be discussed that day.
Motion carried, and after several ideas
had been propounded Rose's topic
"Loyalty to Your Employer," a as
"How far ought loyalty to take you?"
"Should you run tbe risk
decide later to attend will be seated
if possible. The luncheon will be 5P
cents and all guests from all socie
ties and clubs are invited. "Hoosiers"
5 Vt K
' Vancouver Woman's Club.
Members of the Vancouver Woman's
club are determined that a swimming
dooI will be amoni the certainties
ere next summer rolls around ana i asxea uiiy
toward attaining that end have ap-1 of hurting your own chances by re-
pointed a committee, - which consists I fusing an offer from a rival concern.
of Mrs. Martha Harvey, Mrs. W. K. I simply because you are working for a
Dudley, Mrs. Kooert Smith and Mrs. I house that cannot afford to match the
Daniel Crowley, to look arter tne I new offer made you?'
matter and to decide upon plans for I -i think you should if your house
raising funds with which to start the I has brought you to the point where
work, once the worn is siarxea, n i you are and if it is doing its best for
is believed, there win be no troume i you and would lose by your leaving,
in securing ample runas wiin wnicn i said Alice.
to carry it out, and among other I "j don't." replied Rose, "unless your
mings wnicn nave Deen suggeeieu aa i urra is a growing one. and promises
a means of raising funds is an en- j some time to be in a position where
tertainment, which will be given this it can pay a fair return for your work
winter. I and a fair return is the best vou are
Si a a I offered. You may be sure you'd et
Hudson Association Meets. I fired quick enough if your boss saw a
The Hudson Parent-Teacher asso-1 way of getting some one better than
elation held an interesting meeting you ror the same salary or for less.
yesterday afternoon. A business ses-1 1 don t think so," asserted Bess,
sion was held first at which a num-1 "Many bosses keep on a girl simply
ber of important matters were dis- because they know she needs the
cussed. Dr. Wherry addressed the as- I money, and hate to turn her away. But
soctation on the Dentists' bill. The I I think loyalty should be mixed with
next meeting will be held in two common 6ense. If you are with a young
weeks. Mrs. T. A. Carroll has been and growing concern that Is treating
elected president of the association to you right, stick to it, even at a lower
fill the vacancy made by the removal I saiary. jut ii you are tied up to sortie
of Mrs. Smallwood. stick-in-the-mud business that will
. I never be in tnv bttr innAltinn than
- . t n v t. fc ,t jw m t ii it
rhlnm - TRu i n u im Kn.ln... n ......
The West Portland Parent-Teacher fh,v t t,...
1 1.1.1 " " UUl
association met r nuajr """ money isn't the whole thing. Being
;v ,alfZ , , , . I wlm lne right people, helping to for-
talk on "The Standard School." Miss
Beatrice O'Brien, one of the teachers.
gave a denghtrui soio. otner enter
taining numbers were given by the
children of the school. Refreshments
The proposed, amendments and
measures to be voted on at the com
ing election will be explained to the
voters in District No. IS Monday
afternoon in the Parent-Teacher club
room. All voters in the district are
ward the success of your firm, identi
fying yourself with its fortunes, these
are more than a mere question of
One of Cat Clubs Sued.
The Cat club, unincorporated, was
West Portlnd Parent-Teacher.
ii - M : if I
sued for $12? for an allege unpaid
printing bill by the ChristlsPrlntlng
company yesterday in thT . district At
.court. The printing. It Is changed, was
November by ths club. 'i V.
Waj have Mdi i cosjpltta amlflift
the contents of a csn ef Rusfsrd Batlkf
Povder surehassd ef a Portland grsgtK
and found it te ba worthy ef ths hlfcftftst
eemaendatlen as a healthful, ef f lelsrt .
end eeonoalcal leavening agent. Ijjjj
GILBERT-HALL CO., Chemists,
Pert land, Oregea
These prominent chemists substantiate the opinion
of the millions of housewives who prefer end wise
ford Baking Powjder
for its known purity, economy, uniform strengthjand
exceptional efficiency. Experience proves lhat
Rumford cot only raises the cake, biscuits or mujjinns
just right, but adds something of nutritive vahe to
the food. This is why Rumford is famous as
he Wholesome Baking Pcvder
X,arge Class to Be Initiated.
Arista court. Tribe of Ben Hur,
text Wednesday evening, in W.
O. . W. hall, will Initiate a class
; ef 40 members. Mrs. Cora J. Stebblns
,and Mrs." C 3. Holcomb, deputy or
ganlaers. have been assisting State
, ;Organler O. W. Walker to secure the
Applications.- A general gathering of
;th members from the different local
courts in the city is expected at this
Court So bin Hood Entertains.
i Court Robin Hood No. 9, Foresters
- ef America, of Oregon City, entertain
this evening the grand officers and a
i j an -
ism at ' i m. iul
V- --.-!s a.
T MME. JUUA
- In Concert .With
. -"70 MALE VOICES
o'ctober 24 , ; ;
Seat Sale October 21
down. So did at least one man in the
boat. However, Neighbor Martin
reached land all right.
Order of Vasa to Eold Bagaar.
The Swedish Order of Vasa win
give a bazaar tomorrow and Sunday
evening at Linnea hall. 666 lrviug
street, beginning tomorrow evening at
8 o'clock. Good programs will be ren
dered during both evenings, and some
valuable prizes will be given away.
The order of Vasa instituted Its first
lodge here a few years ago, and now
has a large following.
Car Company May
Lose Its Franchise
The United Railways company may
lose its franchise along the St. Hel
ens road if the county commissioners
follow the opinion which District At
torney Evans plans to submit. Mr.
Evans holds that the commissioners
have the right to revoke the franchise
because the company failed to kep
its terms by charging a 10 cent fare
to and from Llnnton, instead pt the
5 - cent fare provided in the fran
chise.' The company raised the charge
on permission given by the state rail
road commission. The hearing in the
matter has been contiuned a week to
permit Attorney C. H. Carey of the
company to confer with eastern di
rectors of the company.
Theatrical Man Sued.
Brandon Evans, a member of the
Baker Theatre company, was much
surprised Wednesday when served with
notice that his wife, Josephine Ev
ans, had sued him for divorce in Chi
cago. He retained Attorney John F.
Logan to fight the proceedings. They
were married 10 years ago and have
a daughter, Virginia, 6 years old. He
had had no intimation that divorce pro
ceedings were contemplated. Mrs. Ev
ans, under the name of Josephine
Ross, was a member of the first com
pany to play "Within the Law" last
Evening gowns are different from
By Lillian E. Young.
Silver as a trimming and figure
weave In brocades is to be immensely
smart in the new evening gowns and
wraps, and consequently designs will
be more glowingly brilliant than ever
An imported gown that has attracted
much attention and admiration, and
which was exhibited recently, was a
confection of clover colored satin bro
caded in silver with a tunic of filmy
silver lace bordered with pearl beads,
as was also the decolletage and sleeves
of a silver lace corsage.
Very often a gown is made success
ful through a brilliant contrast in
color, and so it is here In the illus
trated evening gown, where pure white
is combined with king blue and silver
A skirt of white taffeta has a foot
ing and train of king blue charmeuse
over which is hung a long, full tunic
of white chiffon cut out In points
about its lower edge. This In turn is
overhung with a hip length tunic of
blue and silver brocaded velour, bor
dered by a fringe of monkey fur. A
deep, crushed bodice girdle of the same
extends to the bust line and narrow
shoulder straps are cut in one with it.
A quaintly ruffled corsage of white
chiffon or maline covers the shoulders
and sides of tbe waist In a novel
Other evening colors may be used.
Emerald green and silver makes a
lovely brocade and may take the place
of the blue, while a tunic of shadow
lace may replace the- chiffon.
I doant see annythlng to be sorrey for
abowt that llttel boy. I oanly wisht
I was as lukky as him. He cant hear
when his mother tells him not to hook
anny cookies or annythlng out of the
crock, & if she catches htm he cant
say he dun It. & he cant see If it is
sumthing he wouldent be let ' eat, or
smell if it Is sumthing ba dussent
like. All he can do is taist not
have anny bother abowt it annyhow.
Miss Palmer says If thay 'was anny
plalse where thay exhibited anny
thlng like Fatty she would send him
Bol Xorrecks the Sis try.
Bol Haynes didn't know his h'stry
hoam werk this moarning A when ast
why he sed he started to do it. but
stopped when he sean thay was a bad
mistake in it. Miss Palmer sed. "Wei
go ahed & show us, whare it is, I
would be glad to know abowt it," so
Bol sed, "Plese, it is abowt. the citty
of Boston. The histry is rong abowt
It, because my muther says phe was
thare on her hunneymoon A that
wasent annywhare as fur back as
"No, Bolivar," Miss Palmer sed, "I
shouldent think so, but what has that
got to do with it?"
"Why," Bol sed 'the histry says the
citty of Boson was founded in 1630, &,
if it was founded how could it be thare
when my muther went thare on her
hunneymoon, that's what I'd like to
know." . .
"I will explane that to you sum-
time when thay are nothing much
else to do," Miss Palmer sed. "In the
menetlme plese go ahead & lern the
Bol says he alnt going to do It. be-
cawse he doant think a boy's mind is
strong enuff to stuff up with things
that aint so, it being too crowded al-
reddy with things that are but doant
malk much dlffrence. So say we.
Gen Hicks arrived at schol today
Gen Hicks arrived with tassels on
with Terry lnvly taserals onto her
boots. Five minutes later her muther
arrived after them, she saying thay
was off thare new curtains which thay
got with smoaking tobacko coopona.
We have singing lessun tomorrer,
Llle Grimes being appointed book
monnitor. Get horsed up, fellers, say
More than B0 feet of tin tubing.
filled with peas, is used by an English
inventor to filter the scratching and
metallic sounds from phonograph
g. p p
Is Tour Office n
Novelty Seeker Returns
"Tou know, dear, our cook left yes
terday because she had tired of our
phonograph records, and" bad decided
to move along to where she could hear
a new collection," said Mrs. Crosslots,
"but I got her back today."
"How In the world?" asked Cross.
lots. - ,
"I bought a slaver ninnn fmm
Eilers at less than uprights usually
sell for, and now we are all happy
again." replied his wife. "If yoiTwill
just look on page 7 of this paper you
iniu vui au aoout It. (Adv.)
IN OUR SCHOOL
By Paul West.
War repoart: Miss Palmer & Clawed
Smiley, which is her bow, have maid
evverything up, & for the pressunt
evverythlrigr is smiling. We sinsearly
hoap thay will not flte agen, at least
not till our hands get oaver being
so soar frum llkklng.
Would soot Faty Tine.
Miss Palmer ast us to salve up our
pennies for a llttel boy which is verry
"This poor llttel boy. chlldern." she
sed, "you should pitty verry much, be-
n . -
You can work in
comfort by using a
It burns all day
without re-filling, on
a gallon of oil.
Needs little atten
tion. . For best results,
use Pearl Oil.
Writ fmr !.
Standard Oil Company
Say Mr. and Mrs. Castle
Of the Newest Modern Dance
That All Will Dance This Winter
Now for the firsttime adapted for
the home. Mr. and Mrs. Vernon
Castle explain it, in pictures, step
by step, the same as they will teach
it at Castle House, New York, this
winter to the most fashionable
society. It is
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