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Bread and Butter.
T h ere la no place In which bread
and butter can be bo beneficial or
poisonous as In the nursery.
w o n t thing you can give a young
baby, under a year old. Is bread. Bay«
But later on bread oe-
It should never be
given new to a child at any ago. but
stalo bread or toast, o» bread baked
crisp In the oven, is excollent for
They really want more
crlap foods nowadays, and If this fact
was taken to heart the next genera
tlon would suffer less from decayed
teeth and weak digestion.
One way is to pay no attention
to it; at least not until it de
velops into pneumonia, or
bronchitis, or pleurisy. An
other way is to ask your doc
tor about Ayer’s Cherry Pec
toral. If he says, “ The best
thing for colds,” then take it.
Do as he says, anyway.
Witch M ai«
is more soothing than
Cold Cream; more heal-
liniment .**r «give;
beautityii.g Han any cos
Warship’s Men Peristi When Over
loaded Boat Sinks.
rhs Heavy Heart.
Great calamities do not embitter ex
istence. it Is the petty vexations, the
•mall Jealousies, the little disappoint*
menls. that make the heart heavy and
the'tem per sour. Don’t let them. An
ger la pure waste of vitality. It helps
nobody and hinders everybody.
woman does her best except when she
A light heart makes busy
hands and keeps the mtnd free and
alert. No misfortune Is so great as
one that s o "*- t v ,
For Infants and Children.
The Kind You Have
Curas dandru'f and stops hair
from failing out.
Party o f About SO^Jolly Tars Return
Mother« Wl.. ..JU a n . ,,iu » ,.V 9 Soothing
Syrup tuo b- st roinedr to use lot their chddraa
ing From S hore Leave M eet
A LC O H O L 3 PE K CENT.
lu r in g the teelh lu g period.
Pleasant News for Author.
H E T T Y (JHKEJf.
The Real Thing.
sünilaiing the FoodartIfóub
A local author went to the library
three, had been a
lingule Sioraaiùs andßuwlsaf
to got a copy of bis own latest book. I k » W i l l T u r n O v e r A l l O u I b m i
N ew Y o rk — O ver a score o f sailors naughty boy, and hla mother had pun
lie r ü aB gh te r.
He had a friend with him. *is Fate
W e p u b lis h o u r fo r m u lé e
ished him. He felt very much hurt
Mrs. H etty Green, celebrated for from the battleship N ew Hampshire and complained to his auntie about
and Fussing’ in?" ho inquired. "Yea,
W o b e n ls h e lo o h o l
i fr o m o u r m e d ic in e s
sir," answered the librarian, promptly years as the richest and shrewest busi are believed to have lost their lives by his mamma's spunking him. Aunlte
W e u r g e y o u to
"But how do you know without look ness woman in the world, will soon drowning when the tender, loaded with said:
oo u e u .t y o u r
" f t is not you that mamma
d o c to r
in g?" " I t ’s never been out y e t !" — retire from active business life and 80 or 90 men, whose shore leave had spanks, but a little devil Inside of
ness and Resi.Contains neitir
Opium.Morphine nor Muerai
W hen the bowels are constipated, poi
expired, was swamped or upset in the you who makes
Immense fortune, estimated at $50,-
N o t N a r c o t ic .
A fte r sitting very still for
sonous substances are absorbed into the
Dry Cleaned Them.
000,000, to her daughter Sylvia, now
blood instead of being daily removed from
five minutes he said:
" I t beats all
••Why Is your grandpa’s face band
A rpr i f Ohi n ta u n jv m x
Mrs. Matthew Asior Wilks.
the body as nature intended. Knowing
how It hurts me when that devil gets
aged?” asks the lady next door.
this danger, doctors always inquire about
For months it has been rumored
Midshipman G odfrey de Chevalier, spanked.” — The Delineator.
“ He was sleeping in his big chair,"
jUx Santa a
the condition of the bowels. A y e r’ s Pills.
that Mrs. Green’s health Is tailing, who had charge o f the tender, was
explains the little girl, "and W illie
•do by the J. O. A yer Co., Lowell,
and these rumors have been partially
ahur Sad »
turned the nozzle o f the vacuum clean
A physician was driving along the
substantiated during the last few taken from the water unconscious and
er against his whiskers."— Life.
weeks by the Irregularity o f the aged is in the ship’ s hospital. I t is report street when his horse took frigh t and
woman’s visits to her office In the ed that he saved 15 sailors before ex
and her haustion overcame him.
H a v e y o u r te e th ou t a r d p la te an d b r id g e w o rk
less. Presently he recovered a little J
feeble appearance when she does ma
Aperfect Remedy forCdnsfijn
d on e. F o r o u t-o f-to w n p a tr o n s w e fin is h p la te
When the deeply laden tender set
from his unconsciousness, and, no
Mon , Sour Stomach.Diarrhoea
terialize there. A^nong the few per
and b r id g e w o r k in o n e d a y i f nece&Hary.
C a ta r rh
and B l o o d
D is e a s e —
sons in close touch with Mrs. Green it
D o c to rs F a iled to C u ro .
N.lar C l . «
"W h a t’s th e '
there was a strong wind blowing across about him, remarked:
ness amlLoss o f S leep .
Miss Mabel F. Dawkins, 1214 L afay Is understood that for years she has
221 b * « T w i
ette St., Fort Wayne, Ind., writes: been quietly training her daughter to the riv er and kicking up choppy waves. mattor, gentleman?
C.U F ilm . ......... 51 m
Facsimile Signature of
successfully manage her Immense for
The sailors were singing and joking
catarrh and blood disease. I tried sev tune, and that since her daughter’s at the top o f their voices, when the service?'’
M m 1 Jars
50 c m
eral doctors and a dozen different rem
(.~d Rut.Sm P W 55.00
edies, but none of them did mo any marriage to Mr. Wilks, with Its ac craft struck a large wave, dumping a
N EW YORK.
One Th:ng That Will Live Forever,
Bod Red Rubber
good. A friend told me of Hood’s Sar companying possibility of an heir, this great quantity o f w ater into the boat.
rum ............. 57.50
P E T T I T ’ S E Y E S A I-V E , first box sold
training has been increased. It Is re Another w ave threw w ater over the in 1807, over 100 years ago, sales in
medicine and was as well and strong
B EST M ETH O D S
crease yearly. A ll druggists or H ow
as ever. I feel like a different person ported that the transfer of the active gunwales.
I ’ uinlesH E x tr a c tio n F r e e w h e n p la te s o r b r id g e
Seeing that the boat was sinking, ard Bros., Buffalo, N. Y.
and recommend Hood’s to any one suf control o f Mrs. Green’s millions to her
w o r k is o rd e re d . C o n s u lta tio n F r e e . Y o u ca n n o t
e t b e tte r p a in le s s w o r k a n y w h e re , n o m a tte r
daughter for management is only a some o f the sailors sprang overboard.
o w m uch y ou p a y .
Get it today in usual liquid form or
The fellow s first overboard made the
chocolated tablets called S a r s a t a t a « question of a few weeks at most.
All Work f ullv Guaranteed for Fifteen Years
Hiccoughs arc distinctly m ortifying
E x a c t C o p y o f W r u r p iT .
TM I CENTAL! W C O M PA NY. NEW YORK CITY.
Hetty Green Is 78 years old. Her jump, as one sailor explained, because
age, coupled with
her monotonous they were exp ert swimmers, and got to the victim. As they arc signs of
K 3 —
( V u i I I om
I iifU M lilo iiu b le .
business routine, has begun to tell up out hoping to lighten the
Cradles are going out; children are on her. She no longer Is able to put T h eir jump was made ai the behest o f stomach trouble. If of frequent occur
342& Washington St.,
not wearing them any more. People the snap and dash Into the handling a heavy-voiced sailor, who Bhouted rence, they should be treated medicin
Portland, Oregon tell us that rocking is unhygienic; ba- of her affairs that characterized her In “ E very man who is a good swimmer ally, For tempor:u-y cures try gradu
ally dissolving a small lump o f sugar
Take c a r at d e p o t an d t r a n s fe r to W a s h in g to n St. jies, according to modern idea, should the past, although her shrewdness, It jump out.”
go to sleep naturally in a stationary Is said, la as keen as ever. One of
A moment more and the cutter was on the tongue. Slow slpptug o f hot
germ-proof bed, with antiseptic pil Mrs. Green’s geratest disappointments awash, with her load o f jackies strug water Is also good, or gargling the
W ealth Burled W ith the Dead.
throat with lee water.
The Dyaks, besides the deceased's lows and sanitized rattle. Sentiment In life, It Is said, has be^n the non- glin g in the w ater. Some clung to the
ESTABLISHED 40 YE AR S
property, bury with him sometimes may save the cradle for a little while, inclination of her son, Edward H. R. w ater-logged craft, strong swimmers
but sooner or later It will go to the Green, who lives In Texas, to become gave a hand to the weaker ones, while
large sums of money and other valu
SIXTH, AT MORRISON ST., PORTLAN D , OR.
Justy attic along with the haircloth as famous a financier as herself.
ables, so that it frequently happens
sofa. Maybe the infant of to-morrow one time she put $20,000,1)00 into overboard.”
This cry was heard on
We want you to try this Piano IN YOUR
that a father, unfortunate in his fam
will bear up somehow under these southwestern railroads for tur son, so the N ew Hampshire, and the steam
H O M E FREE. W e want you to try it at
ily, Is by the death of his children
accumulated misfortunes, w ill strug that he might become a railroad mag launch put out to the rescue.
our expense because—
reduced to poverty. And in some ex
gle along somehow to maturity, but nate.
The launch rendered valuable assis
The accumulation o f wealth,
tinct societies o f Am erica nothing but
A t the end o f thirty days the Piano
what about the artists, the poets, the however, is not a fad with Edward H tance, and reinforced by a nearby pow
the deceased’s land, which they were
/7S E L F will convince you o f the follow ing
song writers? What a world o f sen R. Green, who Is content to live well er boat, which chanced to be on the
hosteller's Stomach Bitters
unable to put Into his grave, remained
timent and melody has been woven and carry on sufficient business at the scene, every man in sight was taken
for his widow and children.
I t ’ s the beat value on earth for the price
W henever a bob
iround the theme of the mother and same time to keep his mind occupied. out o f the w ater.
:he gently rocking cradle! What kind Sylvia, the daugther, takes more after bing head showed, a man was rescued.
A Different Audience.
I t ’ s M U S IC A L L Y and M E C H A N IC A L L Y
"T h a t author says he will be appre of song w ill the poor poet of the fu her mother, and it is on this account But in the darkness several sank, and
burn, headache, Indiges
ciated by posterity.”
"T h a t’s good. ture be able to make about an enam that the control of her mother’s enor others were almost unconscious when
tion, Dyspepsia, Costive
I f he is w riting for posterity, he has eled Iron crib with brass trimmings.’ mous fortune w ill soon be turned over dragged to safety.
W e know there is so much real value in
On board the N ew Hampshire 61
ness, Biliousness, Malaria,
no excuse for being offended at friends —Success Magazine.
to her.— New York American.
this W ellington Piano— w e ’ re selling for $275— on easy payments— that
were counted with w et clothes, in
who don’t read his books.”
Fever and Ague.
we re willing to let it be I T 'S O W N S A L E S M A N .
dicating m erely that 61 had been saved
Perhaps There Are Others.
S h o n ld n ’t W o H a v e a F i n g e r l a )
It will tell it's own story to you—in your home— if you’ ll send us the
A Philadelphian whose father has
Germany and England are bending
get a bottle of the Bitters
been In the banking business says »very energy to the commerce and the o f possible dead. A s 250 men from
Please sen^ me full particulars concerning this unusual Piano ofter.
there Is no reason why a gentleman profits that have hardly stirred our the ship had shore leave, there was no
should not dress well on $6,000 a year. imagination, says Charles Johnson way o f ascertaining just how many
Name............................................... A duress.
W e know o f several reasons why one Post, in Success Magazine, in an artl were aboard the tender. Several sail
gentleman whom modesty prevents us cle entitled, "Our Chance in South ors who were in the upset boat hesi
TE A SPICES
from naming Is unable to dress well Am erica." “ No method of conciliation, tated to estim ate the number lost, al
on $6,000 a year.
no appeal to this market do they neg though those who are inclined to take
His Awful “ Break."
P o s s ib ly G r e a t e s t o f A ll Tasks.
lect; the training they give their busi a more serious v iew o f the affair placed
Louisa M. Alcott once wrote: ‘T *
The little god of bad breaks Is ever
ness agents for this particular field is
He made a young rear ten virtuous children, put tea
Tents, Awnings, Sails :he besi In th ew o rld ; consequently they
There was given out from the battle
man at a social gathering the other useful men and women Into the world
Cots, Hammocks, Canvas and Covers
are getting the business that should
evening blush for a week. Tho young and give them health and courage to
1 or 1,000 at factory prices.
posed to have persished. Appended to
PACIFIC T IN T AND AWNING CO. be ours, despite the fact that their
man had been Introduced to a young work out their own salvation is a b et
27 N . F ir s t S t.. P o r tla n d . Or.
ports are tw ice the distance from
woman. "W h y, I know a lady by the ter Job done for the Lord than win*
South American countries as are our
same name in Kansas City,” he re nlng a battle or ruling a state.”
ports. Our lack of trade Is not the recognized as having been in
marked, “ only she’s a beautiful girl.”
Honor Above All.
result of any lack o f ship subsidies or
The young woman froze him to the
R elieve it to be the greatest o f all
steamer lines; we have ample lines of
I own that I am disposed to say spot, and he was glad of an excuse to
F L IG H T T R IA L IL L F A T E D .
infamies to prefer your existence to
steamers to handle the slight amount
grace upon twenty other occasions In leave tho gathering.
you honor, and for tho sake o f life to
3f commerce that has so far drifted to
Tkey wo» the «rand prize for Roses at the Seattle Kxposil
lose every Inducement to llve.-
us. The difficulty lies In the fact that Aviator Has Disastrous T rip O ver
They are planted in Portland's most beautiful gardens.
No Protection for Seagulls.
held niants by ex press. Sa
we have not the orders for goods and
ROSE N U R SERIES , 1180 C . Milwaukee Avenue, Portland, Oregon.
fail in the ability to get them against
Helena, Mont.— J. C. Mars, aviator, light ramble, for a friendly meeting, so enormously In Devonshire,
this foreign competition. It gets down underwent one o f the most remarkable
or a solved problem. W hy have we have caused so much damage to fish,
to a question of selling— of salesman experiences o f his career when he es none for books, those spiritual repasts that the Devon Sea fisheries commit- \
ship. Perhaps our splendid vanity In sayed to make a flight across the Rocky
grace before Milton— a grace be- |
^as passed a resolution in favor
national shrewdness has its weak Mountains. The effort resulted in dis
fore Shakespeare— a devotional exer of the removal o f protection from the
aster, but Mars succeeded in establish cise proper to be said before reading birds and their eggs.
183 M adison S t .
P ortland , O reoon
It was esti
" The Neal
ing an Am erican altitude record, his the "F a ery Queen?” — Charles Lamb.
mated that one gull ate ten fish In
A lw a y s w o r t h w a it in g F o r.
aneroid indicator showing a height o f
Cured M e " I T U O i l
twenty-four hours — Pall Mall Gazette.
If success seems abominably alow
John R in glin g, o f Chi
In being attained. It la worth while
N o H y p o d e r m ic In jectio n s.
cago, and L ew is Penwell, o f Helena,
A teacher in a girls’ school recently
Y o u can ta k e th is t r e a tm e n t a t th e In s titu t e
remembering that the quickest and
o r y o u r hom e, and y o u r m o n e y w ill lie re tu rn e d
offered Mars a purse o f $1,000 i f he had the follow in g excuse for absence
surest way to render It absolutely !m
i f a p e r f e c t c u r e is n o t a ffe c t e d . I n v e s t ig a t e
succeeded in crossing the main range handed her by one o f her pupils: "It
th is, it w ill o n ly ta k e a f e w m o m en ts to p h o n e
possible to give up trying for It, oi
us f o r in fo rm a tio n .
P e rs o n a l an d fin a n c ia l
o f the Rockies and he made the start gives me much pleasure to write to I “ Having taken your wonderful *Casca-
to try for It like some people act wher
r e fe r e n c e on a p p lic a tio n .
F o r fu ll in fo r m a
at 10 o ’ clock.
you because I have a worrymenL and j rets’ for three months and being entirely
tion. p h on e, w r ite o r c a ll a t th e
they find themselves In deep w a te r -
The start was most auspicious, the you should please excuse my Annie, Cured of stomach catarrh and dyspepsia,
N E A L
I N S T I T U T E
throw their arms and feet all abouf
Hhone. M arshall 2100
heavy weather favoring him, as he who does not come by you because I think a word of praise is due to
passed out o f sight. Hours passed and she has to go to the hospital with j ‘Cascarets’ for their wonderful composi-
j tion. I have taken numerous other so-
no report was received from towns on her sister’s sore eves ”
j called remedies but without avail, and I
W e have much to learn from Eng the other side and it was realized that
find that Cascarets relieve more in a day
Getting Back at the Prof.
than all the others I have taken would in
land in the way of hygiene. England he had met with an accidenL
CUT RATES IN
Searching parties w ere sent out and
owes her great superiority In that re
Pleoaant. Palatablo. Potent. Taste Good.
spect to special laws and regulations, found the dismantled machine near the
P a in le s s E x t r a c t i o n .........F r e t
Do Good. Never Sicken. Weaken or Grip«.
8 i l v e r K i l l i n g s ........................50c and also to the cheapness o f "necea-
10c. 26c, 50c. Never »old in bulk. The gen
Fortunately Mars had escaped injury. tell me whether clam digging Is fish
G o ld F i l l i n g s ........................... 75c
u in e tablet »tumped C C C. (iuiirnniiKtl tr
sary" foods.— Paris Hygiene.
22 K . G o ld C r o w n s .................. $3
cur«* or vour m«»nev buck
ing or agriculture.
l . . \~W
P o r c e la in C r o w n s ....................$3
In Other Words.
peller were smashed in alighting, but
j ? '
M o la r G o ld C r o w n s ..................$4
B r id g e W o r k , 22 K . G o l d _____ $3
•The situation was funny enough the machine was brought back.
U n io n P a in le s s D e n tists
I n l a y F ills , P u r e G o l d .......... $2
V e r y N i c e R u b b e r P l a t e ____ $4 to make a horse laugh," said the Chi
Best Rubber Plate on Earth............................. $7 cago girl.
Football Takes Its T oll,
ALL THIS WORK IS GUARANTEED.
‘In d eed!” exclaimed the
D o n ’ t t h r o w y o u r m o n e y a w a y . A d o lla r s a v e d
Carlisle, K an.— M elville W aters, 17
is t w o d o lla r s e a r n e d . O u r o r ig in a l r e lia b le M o d e rn
maid. “ I never witnessed aa equine years old, a junior in C arlisle high
P a in le s s M e th o d s a n d o u r p e r f e c t e d o ffic e e q u ip
m e n t s a v e s u s tim e a n d y o u r m o n e y .
school, was kicked in the head in a
90ST0N DENTISTS. 5th %k Norris on. Portland
football gam e between the C arlisle and
Entrance 29lVa Morrison, opposite Pontoffice and M eier A
Frank. Established in Portland 10 years. Open evenings
A N D K O D A K R ock ville high school teams, and died
antil 8 and Sundays until 12:10. for people who work.
S U P P L I E S an hour later.
B e a rs th e
S ig n a tu r e
Dr. B. E. Wright
Years of Suffering
Dr. B. E. Wright Co.
Sherman p a y & Co.
It’s Simply Great
This is the popular ex
pression of the thousands
of persons who have taken
during the past
in cases of
suffer from these ailments
It will do you good.
J U S T RIGHT
ATRIP TO PORTLAND FREE
O u t - o f - T o w n People
Should rem em lier that ou r fo rc e in no ortranired th at
we i ' hii d o th e ir e n tir e C row n. B rid ge and P la te work
In a day if n ..
P os itiv e ly pain loan extrm-t-
intt fre e when platen o r b rid g e » are o rd e re d . W e re-
p o u 1 th e in oat mm a itiv e te e th and root« w ith out th e
leaaf r.nin. N o students, no u n certain ty, hut apecial-
lata who do th e moat acientitio and ca refu l work.
L ad y attendants.
Full Set or Teeth...................................
Bridge Work or Teeth without Plates $3.50 to $5
Gold Crown« .............................. $3.50 to $5.00
Porcelain Crowns.......................... $3.50 to $5.00
Gold or Porcelain Fillinga..................... $1.00 Up
Silver Fillings ............................... 50c to $1.00
Best Plate Made
No charges for Painless Extracting when other
work is done. 15 years’ Guarantee with all work.
Hours. 8 a. m. to 8 p. m. 221V-, Morrison Street.
L. D O U G LA S
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W r it e f o r ra ta lo fru o s an d lite r a tu r e .
D e v e lo p in g
am i p rin tin g . M ail o r d e rs g iv e n p r o m p t a tte n tio n
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O n U E O
MEN’ S $2.00, $2.50. $3.00, $3.50, $4.00, $5.00
WOMEN’S $2.50, $3,$3.50, $4
For Red, Week. Wc.ry, W .t.ry Ey.s sad
BOYS’ i-2.00. $2.50 At, $3.00 /
G R A N U L A T E D E Y E L ID S
T HE S T A N D A R D
F OR 30 YEARS
Murine Doesn ’ t Smart—Soothes E ye P .ir
They are absolutely the
Dracri.ts Sell Maria. Era l iad T. LiaaiS, 25c, 50c. SI 01
moat popularand bestshoes
■ Murine Eye Salve, in Aseptic Tubes, 25c. $1.0C
for the price in America.
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They are the leaders every
M u rin e Eye R em edy Co.,Chicago
where because they hold
their shape, fit better,
look bettar and wear lon-
er than other makes.
hey are positively the
moat economical shoes for you to buy. W. L.
O P IU M — TOBACCO
Douglas name and the retail price are stamped
•bits P b attiv e l/ Cared.
on the bottom— value guaranteed.
aly a u th o rito d K e e le r In
•BY MURINE EYE REMED
C. Gee Wo
The Chinese Doctor
This wondeful man h*n
made a life study o f the
roperties o f Roots,
lerbe and Barks, and
is girin ? the world the
benefit o f hia
| No Mercury, Poisons
| or Drugs Used. No
, Operations or Cutting
Guarantees to curs Ootmrrh, Asthma, Lonr,
Stomach ond Kidney troubles, and all Private
Diseases o f M n and Women.
A SU R E C A N C E R CURE
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and reliable. U~ failing in its works.
I f you cannot call, w rite for symptom blank
Bed circular. Inclose 4 cents in stamp«.
The C. Gee Wo Medicine Co.
162W First St., car. Morrison, Portland, Or.
T A K E N O S U B S T IT U T E ! If vour dealer
cannot supply you write for Mail Order Catalog.
W . L D O U G LA S. Brockton. Maas.
K ê c le y
( u r e
s titu te in
reg on . W
r it e
r im it i T u n . 7 1 l_ 11 tm a
P ortland ,O reg o n
In Gracious Juge.
June Is God's alms to the poor. He
feede them with the sweet air, he
clothes tbelr naked bodies with the
warmth o f the sunshine. I never feel
Inclined to be charitable In June. It
seems to me that heaven has taken
tt o ff my hands, and I am sorry for no
one.— FY-om "Gathered Leaves" of
Mary E. Coleridge.
D ictum .
It k I frame of mind ber*. M
was a frame of mind thers. To
ously cherish the sanity of axlatenea.
To labor, albeit in what a turmoil of
grim (trees, with the twinkle of mirth
in your heert and the light ot earn-
peaaton In your eye
Never to gire
over the pursuit of beauty In ell
Never to (bandos the tnk-
Hng of dreama, however vague and
dim In the duet of deity endeavor.
Thna (hell you tnrraaee the pernor
you rwed a remedy
Hon of your soul end realità the Jny
lo r COUCHS
sed C O L D S I « Ufa.— Robert Bowmen Pooh
Middleton, Conn. — Arthur W righ t,
o f Oakfield, N. Y ., a member o f the
Wesleyan eleven, is in a serious condi
tion as a result o f injury suffered dur
ing the football game with the Con
necticut Agricultural college. I t was
stated that he had ruptured a kidney.
Socialist M ove O pposed.
Milwaukee, W is.— W hether the M il
waukee public schools can be made ad
juncts o f the Social Dem ocratic party
under the guise o f social centers has
become a legal question. I t is now be
fore the city, attorney, who, being a
member o f the party, is expected to
find that the law enables the school
hoard to make provisions for the addi
tional expense entailed in keeping the
school buildings open day and night
throughout the year for lectures, neigh
borhood meetings, public entertain
ments and the like.
Wu Removes His Queue.
Washington — M em orializing
throne at Pekin by rem oving hia queue.
Wu T in g Fang, form er m inister to
Washington, has explained how he
happened to take that attitude.. In
his memorial Mr. Wu says that Chinese
residents in Central, North and South
Am erica have been persecuted by fo r
eigners until they implored him to
seek an imperial edict g iv in g them
aanction to cropping the hair to con
form with W estern ideas.
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