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DOLL POULTRY AND GAME
CHILD'S PLAYTHING THE CAUSE
OF FIERCE WARFARE.
IIINGH that were wont to
figure aa bugbears In the old
day travel of Kusels ar* now
The ways of
ths bureaucracy have become
more liberal and less rigid, ao
traveling to lay In that country la aa
pleasant and comfortable as In most
coiintrlea, and a good deal lees ex
pensive than In many
other country In Europe "can offer
more beautiful scenery, more objects
of new Interests, or pleasanter con
dltlons of life and climate" than some
parts of Itussla that are quite accoa-
alble to the tourist.
The only difficulty a journey In Rus-
ala occasionally presents. In piare»
off the beaten track. U that of the
Kallway travel In Rusal* leaves
much to be desired, however
example, accommodation on one
much traveled road last summer the
demand for first class space was so
pressing that travelers were some
times compelled to wait their turn for
a week, while the demands of officials
for "tea money" Increased with the
competition This train has neither
restaurant nor sleepers
Nothing Really Matters.
liueida Is the laud of "Nlchevo,"
the country where nothing really mat
ters. even aa H|>aln la the land of ths
tomorrow that never comes. Let the
traveler realize this at once and for
all; let him recognize the fact that
he has 1ft l><-blnd liltn. at the Ger
man frontier, businesslike habits,
punctuality, scrupulous accuracy of
statement and all such commercial
virtues l-et him In thetr place ac
cept and enjoy the easy going and
tolerant attitude of a people which
faces life and all Its problems with a
certain leisurely and speculative
stoicism, an attitude which, after all.
has much philosophy and a good deal
of religion In Its favor I«et him adapt
himself to his Slav environment and
he will speedily find himself enjoy
ing the human comedy from a new
and Instructive point of view—the
point of view of a race of "thinking
children." for whom the world of
Ideas Is more than all the cold facts
and figures of trade
The man who must need» carry
with him on n journey hl» own coun-
try and all his fixed hsblts had bet
ter remain at home, for the science
nnd fine art of traveling consists in
reducing our materlnl necessities and
local fads to a minimum
that, those whose pleasure It Is to
journey with "all the comforts of a
home" can do so today on all the
main lines of travel In Kussln—from
Klga to St Petersburg. Moscow.
Nizhni. Rostov-on the-lton. and Odes
ea International wagon lit», polyglot
porters, electric lifts, and meals
served to tho walling of Hungarian
music, all are there, combining the
creature comforts of a trip to Paris
with a rapid Impression of tho land
eenpes and people of Itussla But for
tho man who can doff on occasion his
garments of custom, to whom the
cities of men offer something more
than museums nnd meals, the byways
of desultory travel In llussla open up
a new and Inspiring field of recrea
tlon nnd knowledge Especially won
derful are the unfrequented beauties
of tho Caucasus nnd the Armenian
highlands, all that fertile and historic
land which lies between the Black
Sea nnd the Caspian; and tho jour
noy thence, from Tillis by railwny and
steamer, to Tashkend nnd Fergana.
Bokhara and Samarkand Here. In a
summer vacation’s wanderings, one
mny see Europe nnd Asia overlap
ping and dovetailing, their conflict of
ethics and economics noting and re
acting at a thousand points of absorb
Ing Interest; nnd nil In comfort quite
sufficient for nny sensible mnn
Buying Railway Tickets.
In buying tickets nt n Russian rnll
way station, one soon learns also
that It Is wiser to book them In ad-
vance, for the drawbacks of the
"Nlchevo” system of philosophy are
nowhere bo conspicuous as nt a
crowded ticket office. To the writer
It has happened on nearly every rail
wav In Russia. Including the Trans-
Rlberlnn st Moscow, nnd at Kharbln.
that, after being informed nt the tick
et office that no sleeping-car accnm
modatlon was available, n coupe has
been forthcorinng on the train ns the
result of largesse to the conductor
and other douceurs
On one occa
sion, boarding the Bevel Petersburg
express at Welmarn station at 4 a m ,
I was Informed by the conductor that
there was no reom except in the oor-
African Savages Looked Upon It as a
Fetish, and Fought for Ito Pos
session—Contest Looted for
A young German savant, who was
sent on a scientific expedition to New
Guinea, has just brought back a pic
ture of a fatal doll and the extraordi
nary story connected with it.
It was originally bought by a Dutch
trader. Captain van ilergnlk of Am
aterdam, for his little twelve-year-old
"I put Into the port of Nagaaakl In
September, 1909," aald the captain,
“and bought the doll In a bazaar. Soon
afterwards we were obliged to anchor
In Geelwlnck bay, New Guinea, for re
“For about a fortnight we had dally
Intercourae with a tribe of Papuans
on the coast, and I became very friend
ly with a man named Tarvar.
“This aroused the anger of the
chief, Katlak-Kho, who looked on our
rldor, only to discover that every de friendship with jealous eye. Tarvar
part in ent was occupied by a single i was very fond of ezplorlng the ship,
passenger with a single ticket, each and was struck with admiration for
of whom had paid the conductor tor I the doll the first time he came Into
undisturbed privacy. Incidents of this my cabin.
"As the young fellow bad been very
that are contrary to the Anglo-
Haxon’s Ideas of the fitness of things, useful to me 1 made him a present of
but they can usually be adjusted by it. Intending to buy another on my
Invoking the Intervention of any dis return to Nagasaki. Tarvar left the
interested member of the staff, aay, ship with manifestations of ezuberant
the next station master The patience Joy.
"On the following day I heard some
with which the average Russian,
suckled In I the "Nlchevo" creed, en very sad news. The chief of the tribe
dures these I tiling». Is at first a source accused the young warrior of theft,
to the foreigner; and split his head open with an ax.
of constant surprise
"He then fled Into the interior with
not only a rac* that has borne for
centuries with bureaucratic inefll- the rest of his tribe. Fearful of los
clency could thus accept them as part ing the precious fetish, Katlak-Kho
of the established order of things im hid It In the folds of his cloak.
“But the warriors noticed that their
I remember, one hot afternoon last chief secretly left them at night to go
July, watching the sale of tickets to and worship the little doll by moon
passengers by a Black Sea steamer at light In the forest.
"One night they followed him and
There was a surging
crowd and but one ticket office, with caught a glimpse of the chief’s mar
a tiny window, some four feet high, velous doll.
"He wks not popular and a plot to
at which each suppliant squirmed In
turn, and Inside It sat a weary clerk, kill him was soon on foot. Katlak-Kho
apparently utterly Indifferent to time was strangled at the foot of the tree
and tide and all the things that strug where he was accustomed to com
gled under an unkind heaven. In the mune with the Idol.
"The groans of the dying man at
Intervals of his toll, after writing out
an officer's special ticket in duplicate tracted the attention of his brother
with a reluctant pen. he woeld light and some of his friends, and a terrible
a cigarette, sighing heavily, and alp battle ensued. Five men were killed
his lemonade tea. oblivious of the per I and the victors ran farther into the
spiring crowd And r.galn. when be I recesses of the forest.
had Issued to an ordinary passenger
"After days of wandering they found
tils passage ticket and his berth tick | a suitable site at the foot of a moun-
et. his wife’s tickets, and a special , tain and built a new village. They
ticket for the baby, and had care ‘thought themselves In safety, but the
fully blotted all the endorsements | reputation of the Idol came to the ears
thereon, the change out of a ten- of the Alfakls, a warlike tribe, who de
rouble note had to bo laboriously cal- termined to secure It at all costs.
ciliated, and then cbecked on an
"The war between the Papuans and
abacus In the corner.
the Alfakls lasted for many months,
and the little Japanese doll passed al
ternately from one camp to another.
WOMAN RULES INDIAN STATE "Three hundred lives were lost In
these battles, and the doll is now in
Begem of Bhopal Has Governed Coun the possession of the victorious Alfa-
try Wisely end Well for Eleven
kis, who have built a temple for it
and declared It taboo.”
• sn »•< you fsnry prisss for Wild Datka
•nd ethsr s«m> in aaaaon. Wriu a* for
(Uli attar on all k Inda of poultry, i^rli. rir.
THE POLKA ORIGINATED
Bohemian Servant Danced About the
Kitchen to Lighten Her Wark,
and Compoeer Noticed.
PearBon-I’age Co., Portland
The origin of the polka has just
j been discovered. It Is said on good
authority that the dance originated tn
one of the little villages of Bohemia,
where a servant, tiring of her work tn
the kitchen, thought to make it lighter
by dancing around the kitchen and
singing at the same time The mis
tress of the house overheard her and
called her Into the parlor, where she
was asked to dance the peculiar step
over again A musician by the name I
SHIP YOUR VEAL, HOGS, POULTRY asd EGGS of Neruda was present and be soma
time later wrote music for the step.
The name polka comes from the Csech
language, meaning half step
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In 1839 the polka was Introduced
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& vnet lr U>>><*• 2aet* of outballdin»» &•
urAard. ««ack. i»««riln»*ry »tc 2 adjoinin« bat 8»p- on the stage In Parts for the first time
wal* Um H C
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at the Odeon tn 1840. and from the
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You are certainly “up
against it” when your meals
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Bloating, Heartburn, Sour
will soon im
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It strengthens the entire di
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guards you against attack
of Colds, Grippe or Ma-
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into any other.
Curious Geographical Change.
/!/< _ _ f_ * _ _
“Up Against It II
An Englishman and his wife have
recently had a honeymoon, the second
since their marriage. They left th*
babies at home and went to the place
whore they went on the day they war*
married and stayed aa long aa they
could stand IL They didn't ilk* It at
all. They didn’t see how they’d man-
aged on their previous honeymoon—
without the children! In short, th*
times had changed and honeymooning
wasn't to their way of thinking any
longer. Honeymoons do read wall.
We bear about people going on theta
and we think we’d rather like to go
along Or go again. But If we did—
really, I think going again would be
almost as bad as gotng along! I
Mothers will find Mrs. Winslow's Be«,thing
Syrup L* e best remedr to use tut their otUMsea guess the English couple steed It up
There’s no “Backward
during .he teething period.
turn backward, oh! time, in thy
flight!" No chance of a second hoi>
Change in the Poetman.
Thia email boy, three and one-half eymoon. Unless we get a second hu»
years old, was accustomed to meet band or a eecond wife.
ths postman and get the letters for
ONLY ONE "BROMO QUININE“
the family. He and the postman were
la LAXATIVE BROMO QUININE. Look
friends and the postman always bad a That
for th* Rtirnature of E. W. GROV E. Cores a Cold
tn One Day. Corse Grip in Two Days. tac.
emile and pleasant word for him.
But one morning when the post-
When Baby Learns to Talk.
maa camo around he neither smiled
Some children are very late in talk
at the boy nor »aid a word to him;
be lust handed the letters over the ing, particularly if they are not en
gate to him »nd passed on. which was couraged They make signs or point
a great surprise to the boy. The fact to the object of their desires, and find
was that this wai another postman, it easier than learning to talk. Thia
taking that morning the place of the is pure indolence on their part and
regular man on this route, but the incidentally on the part of the rnotk-
email boy wasn’t quite old enough to er. Adenoids are a frequent cause of
realize IL This new postman wore delayed talking. If a child does not
the same uniform, carried the same talk at two or two and a half year*
bag. was just like the other man tn of age, deafness or mental deficiency
every way, except a» to his face. But should at least be considered a* a
certainly that was different, as the possible cause of his backwardness.
small boy could see. and so when be
carried in the letters this morning be
Two Forms of Eugenics.
announced to the family:
Eugenic» take two forms—posltlv*
“Our postman h»« rnt a new head.” and negative. The negative would pre-
vent the bad marriage and the posi
tive promote the good, but the first is
easier than the second. We do not
know yet what qualities can be trans
Learning Two Things,
A native of Germany, resident tn mitted. nor how they mix. It is best
this city, has learned enough of the to trust to the people themselves and
American language to make his mean get the new idea instilled: then they
ing plain, though grammatically some will love in the right direction, if not
of his sentences are odd. But he is at first sight
willing to learn and enjoys his twist
ing of the words as much as bls hear
Little Loui», four year» old, had
ers when his slip» are explained to
him. He has a friend with whom he been aitting on the sofa all morning,
often dines The other evening the when hl» mother said: "You have
man from the fatherland surprised his been a very good boy all morning. It
host by asking for a helping of a dish there is anything you wish I will give
which his host knew he did not used it to you. ' Louis." “I would like to
to care for. "Why. Herr Blank.” ex be a bad boy this afternoon/' he r»
claimed the host. “I did not know you plied.
could eat that.” "I used to couldn’t,
but I am learning to can," said the
A member of the Canadian govern
ment Alaskan boundary line survey
party mentions the curious fact that,
within five years, Canada will have a
new port opening through American
territory into the Pacific ocean. This
Is made possible by an immense gla
cier which extends from tidewater
across our narrow strip of Alaska, at
Glacier bay. into Canadian territory.
It is receding at the rate of more
than a mile a year and Boon there
will not be a glacier, but inatead a
well protected harbor extending back
Into Canadian territory, the only bar I
bor In Canadian territory within hun
dreds of miles.
Mrs. Greenwald, who is an enthu
siastic attendant at all the camp meet
ings and revivals that happen In her
neighborhood, had been speaking to
a friend of a certain popular evangelist
whom she greatly admired.
“His eloquence la perfectly wonder
ful!" said she. "and when you con
sider what he sprang from—’’
"H* Is a reformed tough, isn’t h*T"
There have been a few opportuni
broke tn the friend.
ties to know something of that inter
"Ye*, yes," eagerly. "Hs used to
About 32.000.000 is to be expended
esting and unusual woman, the Begam
be a baseball st or ••
of Bhopal, who lias for the last eleven
years been ruler of her country, the ! of the canal leading from the Marne
Still a Conqueror.
small state of Bhopal. In the middle i to the Rhine. The Mauvages tunnel,
Old Colonel I’eatllence continues to
of Central India.
be one of the moat stubborn foes that
The Begam was born in 1858. and I was built sixty years ago and carries armies have to encounter.—Chicago
the free, Independent spirit of her the canal under elevated ground at Record-Hernld
family Is shown by the fact that this point. The old masonry lining
though a girl her advent was not un proving insufficient, a new and heav
ier lining of beton is being put In
The thrifty German proprietor of a
When she was .cren year» old ar throughout the whole length. Naviga circulating library charged for wear
rangements were mario for her mar- tion may not be stopped and the and tear. One volume came back to
rlage, and the boy selected for her work Is carried out on the Fougerolle bls scrutiny. "See here," he exclaim
husband was brought to the court and system, which allows of working for ed, "there is a hole on page 19 of my
PILES CURED IN 4 TO 14 DATS
shared her studies. When the Begam short periods at a time. The process beautiful book. And see here," he Your drursist will refund money if PAZO OINT
went on, turning over the leaf, "there’s MENT fails to cure any case of Itchins. Blind.
was fifteen they were married, and
strangely enough, the marriage was a ■ 500-foot sections, each section being another on page 20."—San Francisco Bleedins or Prutrudins Piles in 6 to 14 days. SOc.
happy one The Begum found in her
husband a faithful friend, and it Is »How work to be carried on for one
Old Hand (to new ticket seller at
said that she mourned his death very
to give passage to tho boats. The
Thomas Iler, a milkman. was state fair)—“Ever been on the wick-
I et before in a crush*’ New Hand—
POWER TOURING CAR. in first
Nope.' Old Hand—“Thought not1
class condition, thoroughly over
caissons, one at each end of the sec
ter died, Sic would have been her tion. The tunnel Is approximately milk when his wagon dropped into a New Hand—"Why not?" Old Hand—
hauled, newly-painted, up-to-date
depression in the road and was over-
heir, the first born. Irrespective of
straight-line body with extra tires
’You give change first, and tickets
sex. being in Bhopal the heir ap- elliptical with a two-foot eight-inch turned. The tank burst and the de afterward. New Hand—“What Is the
carried in rear, center control,
beton lining, the inside width of the pression filled to the brink and Mr.
all levers inside, equipped with
difference?' Old Hand—“Hundreds of
top. side curtains and top cover,
dollars, my boy. No one ever passes
folding rain-vision wind shield.
the death of her mother and at once
in and forgets his tickets.”—Judge.
speedometer, clock, electric dash
England’s One Real Humorist.
set about Improvements and reforms
light, large gas headlights with
Perhaps England has had no real
tn >',!! the various state departments
large-size Presto tank, combina
Necessity Is the Mother.
One of the Begam’» chief interests humorist since George Savile, mar
tion oil and electric side and tail
'The boss thought he was doing a
wns education partlcularlly. too. the quis of Halifax, died, and that was in
bright thing when he had the pockets
education of girls She decided, there 1695. Halifax was the man who said
in our jackets starched tight.
fore. to open and patronize person that "If you think your place is be
four extra tubes, set of tools in-
the old-time bartender.
alty a girls’ school The education of neath you, you certainly will be be
cluding jack. This car _ is ____
able for stage, livery or private
girls In Bhopal was chiefly limited to neath It." And he wrote an essay
pass the change down the back of my
use. Cost one year ago, $3150.00.
a study of the Koran and the rudi once, which has lately been republish
Will sell for $1500.00 cash; no
ments of the Urdu language, with ed In exactly Its original form. In
here and there some slight knowledge which he congratulated the women
Killed Despite Handicap.
of writing learned from fathers and who had fools for husbands.
Napoleon's wars were fought with
P. O. BOX 1171
But their attendance at
flintlocks; but he was a pretty suo
"A wife," he said, “often maketh the
schools and their advancement In gen better figure, for her husband’s mak
-essful killer, despite the handicap.
eral knowledge wns looked upon as a ing no great one, and there seemeth
to be no reason why the lady that
chooseth a waiting woman with worse
looks may not be content wtth a hus
It Is only ’n recent years that Mon- band with less wit.”
tenegrlns have begun to appreciate
Take your orders from your hus
the services of the hospital, llulnie band (this was the Halifax principle),
The North Pacific College was estab
Henman after visiting the country in but also take precious good care tie
lished in 1898. It has departments of
1889. wrote that the people "take very gets these order* from you in the
Dentistry and Pharmacy. No school in
America has better facilities for the train
little care of their children, and only first place.
ing of young men and women for success
tho sound nnd the strong grow up.
ful professional careers. The annual ses
In after life. too. they are extremely
sion begins October First. An illustrated
averse to sanitary precautions or
catalog of information will be forwarded
At the urgent request of the adver
medical treatment, and a sick Mon
upon application to
P. N. U.
tenegrin Is almost synonymous with
a dead man. At lenst. he at once
‘‘When a duck lays an egg »he Just 1VHKN writ lay to «d»ortloons plraM
gives himself up, and if he recovers
” «Ion thio paper.
off as if nothing had hap-
looks upon It as a curious freak in
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".When a hen lays an egg there’s a
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or a leg Invariably refuse anaesthetics whale of a noise.
"The hen advertises.
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