I , rr A fjijou 1 heater tm Latest Moving Pictures FIRST SHOW ?:30 SECOND SHOW 0:30 Change of Program Sun days, Tuosdays, Fridays Admission 15ds Children lOrts C. New PALACE MARKET Clisrlc Itoyd, I'rtip. MEATS Vegetables, etc. 0. C. HENKU: HOMESTEAD LOCATIONS Real Estate Exchanges of all Kinds OFFICIAL DIKKCTOKY. UNITIII) HTATIW WlllMm II TaH rmMrnt Vlee-i-tt.Mfnt herniary ulM.ie bee irUljr of t lea.ury hectetaiy of Inlerhrf hnrtclairef War JaHM MirimaM 1'hlkiiMlTi V Kh..i I'taHVIIH MmVmkH MWtMlrt A. Haitian I J M iHckmwn (uar tMi I, Mt)t Hectelaiyof Nay becrttary of Cumwm H. Labor Chait Nag! 'ulmalr IteKeral.. .. I'laNk II IIHclHMk Allvrilty (leneral llw W Wtarl.l.ham brcretaty of AlkMllI Jam Wilm U.S.. iHalllel Judge IVba. It WlMvellun HotMtt rata U H. Attorney er John MrCcmK M M Cutwrll U. r. Manual 1'ixllllallfr at lit nd . If. A, Couiutlxlooef al Hem! HTATH tlurtiuur . . . . heeiclary of Male itraiurcr Attorney Ocncial Hunt. Public liiatructkiu. I' it MM II C KIba . ..'. W, . 1'. W. WtoM ...ft. A HI A. M.Ctawhml J. II. AcWltMH hi. I Piluler W. H. IfeHtway Dairy a li J luod CaiHiinlutuMrr . ...J. W. Hatky Coiuuiluluuer ul Lalwr Htalt.lfe .11 I' Hull STIhm K. CampbtU Cl)r H. Alichtvw llittaM Wi (lame and I'eteltrv Warden. M. O. MptrHMM Mate lliigiuccr John II Lewi U. H. Helialora.. CoUglCMIUCII... tfttorge If Chamberlain "" I JolMttbaM MMIIHC, Jf . I W. C. Hani) I W. K. Hilt IT. A. McKrbU I' A. luuir I KuWrt KaVlH Wm. K King Kuptcine Judge . vv. I. sir AtatkIIoakiiuk Conthiil (U'atrm ) John II. Lcwla, hutcl(hglnr. . . . MttiM, IH. ll.T. Ilolgatc, bupl IHv No. I ... .Hmmiin, c. T. M. haalun.hupl. Die. rw. I . Hnkr Cl.)r,)f Htaih I. nii liiuau (JuvttiHH, hectetary of htate ami Mate Tlcaauiff. hTTATH DrrfmaT I.ANII HOAKI. Coventor, Male Tieaiuicr aud Attorney OenMal. HlfVltNTII JUDICIAL MhTKICT Judge Attorney, W. I,, madtbaw .i'lt.1 W. Urton CKUUK COUNTY Juilaf, ....... UtlV....... hhtllff it. e. itiu. ..Wanni blown . Prank lilalHi ...U I'. KIHK Tieaaurcr -. -W. I'. KIhk Aattaaur ...,....... rxhoul Hupcrlutcndchl.. Itutvtyur ........ Coniwltloucra.... ,.J. I). I I'ollellc H. A. 1'Wll ...I'lttt A. Kkx IK. II. IMvley JaMiaa KM Tlllt COUHTH, CtacuiT Cnum I'll it Mumluy In May, llilnl Holiday lu Dttclxr, I'auaAI Couht I'lial Momlay Jii mrli iiiunlli CuUHIUIUNKHa' Coukr I'lial VtMfiUy In January, Mauli, May, July, btirmlx: aliJ Nuvtmlxl. Iiknii hcnuui. Duruior No. I). ( M. Ttll.'ttt .). II. Kay (C. I lluiutliie Dlicctort., Cltrk - I,. II. Wk-al I. C. I'. lUiiliiulou MlaaAinir II. .Maikvl Mli Alia I'ollfr Mlia llmcict Ikilacu Mla IMi.lcln.-v C Yuiiiiii Ml lil M. Amlclauii Ml Knlhrtliir llmktua M lu Nulla KUIiiiiiIhiii V Trtclirti ,.. I Mr. CUiili II. HlucV. CITY ill' DIINI) H, C. ChIiIhkII ll.C.ltllla May avor........ MtcotltrM.. Tijtaiuitr.., H.J. bl'tiatl I.N. lluulcr I. II.OlKltl II. J. Ovtllulf T. W, TrlUtt I. II. Ktllcy W. II. hvlkia AMcriutu . POLK'S GAZETTEER A nuilaea nlrr(onr of oarh Clly. Tann VHIuao In (lirion uiul Hketch of uri uWo. Ifulluii, Hlilpvlns l'urlUllf mill iiiiaaU llf lilMclorr e eacU llualuea and l'rofoaaloo. Jl, L. VOI.IC CO., jno. OOHIIIV, If Hail. LOTTERY IN ITALY 'Gambling Undor llio Auspices of tho Government. THE DRAWING IN PUBLIC. An Cagtr, Cxelitil, Turbulent Crowd Walolu Thli Ctramony With In Unit lntrtat Th I'rlia and lh Clunca of lh Playar. X'iik Iliuiilirrt 1. iniiilu tho rule for lio imlillc lottery of Imiyj Klrnl. 'l'lio putillc lutliTjr In toinporn rll limliiliilmil Uy ttiw fnvor of tliu Unto ihkIit tlm follnwlni; Inwii, Ktx'OMil. It I Milinliiliili'nil li tlio mlnlxtcr nf (llinnct', tlixlur wlioiu Uin lilcf ii ru clmai'ii for iliclr rt'ptctlv liinctloiiN. Tlilrtl. Tim loiici In forinnl tiy ntno y, iiiiiiiImtimI from 1 to 00, IiicIiinItc, llvo of wlik'li ilrntvii by clmnco (K't mini tlio BiiccwHiftil. I'mirtli, Onii enn "piny tlio lotto" In tlm follotvlne inntiiicr: On otio iiiiiiiIht (very rnrHy plnjpill. On all tho ntiiiilior (very roroly plnytnl). On two numbcru tlio "ninbo," On tlirt-o nuinlwrn, which U known nil tlio "tcrno." On four niiinlicm, which U known a thr "gunti-rno," riflh. Vhin onn ntimbrr li plnyrd tlm winner U iM tun tlimii nnil n Imlf hl output;, when two number nnt plnycil tho winner I pnld !1W) I linen bin output; when thrvo number nre plnyeil tho winner U pnlil 5,'JuO iIiiicm hi output; when four number nre plnyiil tlm winner l p.tlil I10,0)0 time hi output. Therefore If ono hn by niiy cIihiick boiicht n No. I ticket uiul win the four number (ijunternoi ho win 4'.(00. At fi o'clock on every Hnlunlny nfter iio.ui tlirtHiMtHMit Rll ltly the (lrawluK 3f tho lotto tnkii plnre. In Nnple tho rnreuMiny I held nt the end of n foul, filthy nlley known n tho Imp re nt. Iwek In n Kretit rourtynnl. In full view of tlm eopl on the Imlcony of nn old (.mince, I'roiu enrly In tho nft eriKMHi until the fntnl hour tho treet of Hnntii Chlnrn mid tho nlley flit up with tho crowd whoo Iwpe on till tiny I to h decelveil. The troet nre nlwnyn nt full of life Hint for till extra crowd, jiwillin.'. puhlui! nud MKer, there would iteelil to be no plnco It I ciHprled of tho very ioor. The Itetler cImm- wnlili for the telephone or the utiowlm: of the number lu the nrluun hank In tho clly to dltcovrr their fnle. but lu tlio liupresn the crowd of people I it dense n n hnd ow There nro innny hero who hnve imld their lnt cont for n ticket. There nre ninny here who nre In debt for the Ihhm they wear nud will never bo nbtn to pay for them. Hut nt tho ntroko of tho church clock tho blind of the bal cony okii nnd tho pnrnphcrnnlln of tho lotto nro brought out a lone Breen tnble, on which 1 plncctl n cry tnl Imll bound with nllver. nnd an Iron box contnlnliiK ninety other llttlo twx e. In which tho ninety number nro lockwl by tho ntnta Tho otllccm of till) perforinnnco nro coolly Indifferent, nud tho only IlKtiro dwervInK of note 1 Hint of tho llttlo orphnn child, dress ed lu miowy white, choneit by Uw from tho orphnn mylum to draw up from tho crymnl Imll tho llvo tnnelc num ber. At tho night of theno fnmlllnr, looked for objects tho crowd begin to cry nud clinnt. to benetvli nnd evoke. It Im'KH tho llttlo orphnn child to draw well. And the child lu hU white robo. hi Innocent eye on the 'un of peo pie, look down m the bepisur with their yellow lock nnd on the uppenl Inn timiHt. One ty one the bull nre tnkun out from their nwileil boxen. dl plnyetl to tho people nud dropped Into tho blK bowl. Thoy limi' blindfolded the little Iwm blno, nud he HtnmU on " elmlr. for he I only eight ytr of ng uiul I ntiinll. li full night if the people Tho Imll hnv lug been nlinkvn nrnund for ttio Inn time, tho chll put hi tin ml In nm draws. Tho llmt uuinber llmi ho pulb out 1 cnlletl forth-".N'i. ft " .Vow. ever Italian who hnn Uiuglit No. 6 for plnre ho cither won or lont. No ono hold thin number In thin crowiV, however nnd there I niitrinur-nud n freli niljiinillon for the child to draw well Tho peoplo who huvo drawn for the tcrno mid tho tiuuturuo mill tinvo theli chnnce. The child drawn tigiilu, thU ttuio No. -IT, nnd tho holder of the lemo nre now the Interested ones, for llio next will bo their lut clmnco. The enthUHhiMm brenkn forth ngulti with mtirmurn uiul crlen nnd prnyura, nud tho tpilet child before tho urn In hi whlto drenn henrn thorn mid tremblon. for ho UnowH tlint ho In mennced. lie foro tho peoplo there In n blnckboard, nnil n man postn up tho uiimbcrs nn they nro tlrawn-6, -17, 11. 10 nnd 60 And thin norlen of llvo Is discussed, yolled nt. chnllenged, cureed, for not ouo In tho crowd hnn drawn n fortu mtto number, Tho chlld'n oyen nro un bound, nnd ho in put down nnd set free. Tlio balls nro returned Into tholt boxen Denied up nnd cnrrled nwny un der tlio eyen, of tho crowd, which nftot walling for n moment, unnblo to bo llevo lis III fortutio, brenkn up nnd dls tupts. Apnthy Is thrown upon tho inn jorlty nn much nn such n ntnto of mind lit postnlblo to ii Neupolltiin mnsn ni they begin In groups to discuss th fnlluro of tholr schemes nnd their com tilimtloiiH.-Mnrlo Van Vorst In Hnr pcr'n MngnKlne, ,loy 1 more dlvlpe tlmn sorrow, fo Joy I bread nnd sorrow Is racdlclno.-Doochor. KILLING THE UMPIRE. II I an Cntntlal Pari of th Ort Qama of Oaseball, According to blencher hiw, thero nre thrio imrtlculnrly JiiHtllluble motive for doing nwny with umpire. An iimplro limy bo Idllcd-llnm If ho lit to ndliero to llio rule nnd iiinlio n decUlliu ngiilnt tho homo li'iiin nt n clone point lu tlio gntun; mitouiI, nn iimplro limy bo killed If he nend n ineinber of llio homo leniu to the bench when the pluyer In ipietlou hnn done nliHiiltll.il' nothing but cull the umpire luimi-M nnd nttempt to bite hi ear on (nn umplro hn no biulnen to Im touchy); third (nnd tliU I n iierfect defeiiNu ngulnit tho charge of inurderi, nn umplro uiny bo killed If ho cnll nny butler on the homo team out on strike when tho player tin not even ".truck nt tho bull pitched. That the lift!! go straight over the pluto ha nothing to do with tho case. There I nmple proof nt hand to show Hint killing tho umpire I n ill tlnctlvely Amerlcnii sport. Other cnun trie hnvo tried bnwbnll, but they hnve not tried killing tho umpire. Tlint I pmbnbly tho renon why they hnvo ((i (M(1 hU mii) w,jM ,0 i'0.1 ."""'.. ,,",;i!" "'.l"!Lr:ir:'m,:'ll ru M llk .o,-omolve. lor linni'unii nuiiiiui iiniiiiw milium ... Ilkit footbnll without girl In the grntid slnnd. It simply en n't be donn. Tlint foreign countries know nothing nlxnit our king of outdoor sportji wnn hull cnted forcibly when In the fnll of HifJ the Dotrolt team mnde n trip to Culm under tho innungeiui'iit of Outfielder Mclntyro. In the entire series of i twelvo gnmes with the Unvnna nnd Almemlnre nine not one single ol Jectloti wn mnde by cither the Cubnu plnyer or tho nllent Cubnu spectator to n decision of the iimplre. The Aiiierlrnus did not know whnt to think I of tt until they counted up the gnte receipts nt the end of the series. Then1 they renlUed Hint In their own country It Is the delight lu killing the umpire rather than the plcnur In wntchlng , the gntno Hint draws the tremendous crowds through the turnstllen.-Ueorge i Jcnn Nnthnn In IlnriHrr'a Weekly. MEASURES OF LENGTH. Light Wav and th Wonderfully Ao currt lntrfromtr. At the bureau of weights nud men tires nt Sevres, Franco, tun stnndnrd meter of mctnl. which a the stnndnrd length of the world. In kept cnrefully In nn underground mult nnd Is In vecteil only nt long Intervnls. In Orcnt Hrltnln slmllnr enre I exercised In gunrdlng the stnndnnl ynrd mens- iircnienL As It wns possible for these I mctnl stnndnnls to bo destroyed or ' .4 - ... .....I ! al... uiiha rt tllttas It tvftal dnmnged In the course of time. It wns decided n nutnlicr of yenrs ngo to de termine the exnet length of the stnnd nnls In fcnve lengths of light, which I would bo n bnsls of vnlue uunlterable nnd Indestructible, f'or this pur 1 the Instrument known ns the Inter ! ferometer wns luyeuteil Thl ItiMru i ment representetl the highest order of workmnnshlp nud the greatest skill of , the best optlclnns of the world A series of refracting plates were mnda the surfnre of which were tint with in one-twentieth of a wnve length of light, with skies parallel within one second, representing the utmost refine ment of optical surfaces ever nt tempted. With the Interferometer perfected, tho nttempt wns mnde to mnke the wnvo length of some definite light nu nctunlnnd prnctlinl stnudurd of leugth Tor over a yenr scientist worked to secure this result, and experiments finally showed Hint there were IJXA 1014 wnve length of red cadmium light In the Prcuch stnndnrd meter nt IS degrees centigrade. So grent Is the nccurncy of these experiments that they enn be repented within oue part In two millions. So Inroucelvnbly small Is such n possibility of error thnt should tho material stnndnnl of length be tin inn Red or destroyed the stnndnrd wnve length of light would remain un altered ns n bnsls from which nu ex act duplicate of the original stnndnnl could bo mudo. Chicago Hecord-Uer-aid. Outtons, The nilrnbelhun era gnve vogue to the button nud buttonhole, two Invcn lions which inuy fairly be regarded ns luiiortnnt, sluco they did much to revolutionize dress. Tlio original but ton wits wholly u product of needle work, which wns noon Improved by tho use of n wooden mold. The brass but ton U said to hnvo been Introduced by a lllrmlnghnni merchant In 1US0. It took 200 yenrs to Improve ou tho meth od of sowing tho cloth upon tho cover ed button. Then nu Ingenious Dane hit upon th; Idea of making tho but ton In two part and clumping them together with tho cloth between. Dlssstltflsd. Tho haughty looktug womnn upon whoso features the dermntologlst hnd been working for mora than two hours sneered when slio glanced lu tho mir ror. "I certainly thought you kuow your business," sho mapped, "but you hnvo not even given mo fntr treat ment." Tho mnn shrugged bit shoulders. "If you had wanted "nIr treatment you should hnvo been mora explicit," bo retorted. "1 thought from "what you told tno that you wuutod brunotte." Chicago News. Orav as a Doy, "vVclglor I see thnt Onunler hns been given n medal for bravery. Match leyotte Well, ho probnbly tlesorvcd It, Flo nlwnys wnn brnve. 1 rcmomber when ho wns a boy that he was tho only one In the neighborhood who would go to his mother when sht beckoned with ouo hand nud held tut other behind cor back. Chicago Now, A WHALEJNA HURRf. Th Truthful Marirur Tails How Fad th Dig Fallow V.nt. "8iiii'ilini'n jou iiin put mi Iron Into n wluilo nud he won't nphiNh on the Klirfiiie, but will Htnrt off like n rocket or porhiim will go right down nnd you hnve to cut loom- nud liwc your line nud Iron," mild the Iruihful old mur luer "Wo were lying beenlmed one dny off the Cnpe of (Jood Hope. Ity nnd by wo nw two or threu whnle coming up to blow nbout two mllwt nwny. "The cnptnln cnlled the witlch up. nnd (i couple of IhuiIh Mliirtiil for the wliiilw, which were lying ntllt, ns If "tinning theumolve. UV raced with the other Ixmt mid got nil end. for my men were lithe and tough, and by nud by we got Htougidde of one of the big fellow The ritt-erlug onr whs pulled In, the onrn were packet: Hull l, piled In so t tint they couldn't strike the wnterthen nn Iron wnn throwu lulo the llontlug lain lid. "The wlmlo lay still for n moment, nn If struck with ntunzement Hint nny one nlmnM dure to touch lilin Hudden do. the rope whlHcIng nround In n wny to n toiiUli n luiMlliibber. When the roH wn out we were rushing by tho enp tnlu's Ihwi like iiiniI. "All we could do In Hint double end ed IhhH wn to sit still nnd see her go through the wnter I cmidldly believe wni e went nt tne rato or n uiiio a tuhiuie. snd the wnter ns n very wonderful rlielit. It remind me. now Hint I think of It, of 'm' decrlptlon of tlio Interior of the muelntroiii. where the wnter went round o fnxt nnd whs so black Hint It inuM hnve M-erwd like n wall of polished ebony, .The ptwwutv dowiiWHrd piled the wn(,r ,, ,,n Imtli shle or us so Hint u h,,,, , )tl nt M.t three feet M(.Uvr Uw tUv ,,. of a. ltoaU ,m ,t C4M1llH.t rHtl for we wt,ro KOlof. , f-H, JHllt ,,m. "Kvery one's ejes vere blurred with the wind, which seemed to be blowing n hurrlcnue ngnlust us. It looked ns If , the whnle would never get tired out, nud we were going to sea nt an nmnt- Ing rate. The ship went nwny ns If by ' mnde. nud we hnd lost sight of the other boat. I'lnnlly the Hue all at onco !lnckened. "The whale Iwdn't stopped nnd, for nil I know, I going nhend nt the rate j of n mile n intuutu still, but trio Iron i hnd come out. We rowed back to the ship, nnd as no en mo nloui: tho cnntnln cnlled over th,. rail: "Where's the whnler "'Oh.' said 1, 'the Iron melted out, be went so fnsL' " Uut whnt I thought.' said tho cap tain, and thnt night we nil had plum duff nnd grog'-Chlcago Inter Ocean. NOTICK FOR IU1JLICATI0N. IMrtaHt ef Ike Iatrrlor, V S Lnd OIBce at The tatlle. Or., twptmibw ly, isiu, XvtlOT I hereby Inn that AMc H. Market, ptoc wkhru h Hck!. O'rrofl. dKl, on lh tlh ttay i.f I'ltnuaiy. lyio, file U thl office snoia Mairatat aial Ap4lotto. No. .. to MKaudlHMKnSlkN Jo, T IT . K IJ K.. W M . aHd the timber therruM, uiHt.r the ro nMn. o( the act of ur j it an4 art. amcad alaey, V.MimH a the ' Timber a Ml Mime I.aw," atawh value . mtht be tial by aMalae ueHl. a Hi that arMant to tueh applkalkHi. I he Ulid ami limber Iheieuai have ln apHaled .he twiber rtimaleil noj. IkmkI reet atl per M ami the land tt . that ahl i.4t oant Hill uOer hnat iteoof u aupiMHt f her iiM-.-mlljiaH4 awurn Malemertt w. the Mb J.y of ItevemlaTf. laiu, before II. C. lillu. U S, Cobi mUuiiee. at hi ofhee at llml. (itessu. AuyiierauM at Hberty la toirH this pur ehawbetore entry, or iHitUle cuolct at any time ttafure patent iwuea, by filing a earrebo ratft! alMarll In thlt ufbf, irttgtng fact wbieji arimM defeat the entry. j-M C. W. MOOKlt, Restaur. NOTICK FOR TUULICATION. I Iiefvartment ut the Interior. V. 6. La ml Office at The DAtlea, Or. belcttiber aa, if is. Notke It hereby glreii that Miwa NttMreueef, who luflice adilt. a It 1Iik1, Oreren, AM. jh IheTthdayuf June vtn, file In'lhia omre ttaotHMatement and Atdtealkin. No. 0607, to puiebate the k)( nw( hec M. T. 17 S K. 11 1 , W M., and the timber thereon, under the ftv vMottavt theKtof June J. it indaclaauiciuv vHiiey, knov.it the "lnuber mt Stone Law." araocn valne a mi(ht be fUed by aiiraieuieut, And that, imixunt to aoch autdkatwu, the land and limb thereon have been auumlted. the IliHl-er exiuiaini y.ouo uoaru If el at M. and the laud jo, that anl apiUicaiu rer final ol m wptioit ul hla aptdnsatlou and woth utueut oh the Mh day of Iieeenitwr, iyl. belore II C Kill. U S. CowioU.Wuer, at hiaollice, al Ucd. OrtKOU. Any irou 1 at liberty to piotett tbia ir khatcUfctrc entry, oe Initiate n corneal at nu) time before patent tune, by Mill); a eortob oratrd aWttattt in tbM uike, alleuj; faet Mhlch Mould defeat the etitry. - C. W. MOOKlt, Kea-lMer NOTICE FOK l'UHLICATIION HepArtiuent l the Interhir. V, li. UuJ Office at The Pallet, Or., beuteiutier Jl, 110, Notice l hereby gtten lltal Nellie II. Market, wlio.c atoHiee addreaa la Hud l)iek..u. did. on the tut day f I),wio, flic In thlt uAice Muoru Maletiicut aiut Application, No. kMi,to iiurcliaac the aeU W bee. , T. 19 b., K 11 l( , U'.-tl , and the lltubcr thereon, uudcr the pro iuiiaofthect ol Juue j I;, and acta aitteud atory. known a the "Timber amt Stone Law." at null value a might be fined by appraltc ment. and that, putauaut to auch appliculion. the laud and timber thereon have been a pratted.thc limler llniatnl ..o.u tward feel at 7) rent er M, and the land f , that aaid appli cant will oiler huil nioof 111 MiintKirt of herauuli v-atlou audaMorn atateiiieut oil the 10th day of levmler, luto, belore II. i. Ifllla, v. a. coin lultklouer, at hi oilier at lieud, Uregou. Auyixraou la at liberty to protest this pur rhau in. fore entry, or initiate a coutett at any lime before patent luuea, by filtiig a corrobo rated allulavlt lu tht ulbce, alleging facta which would defeat the entry. C. W. MQOHH, Register. NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.. DetMrtiueut of the lutcrlar, U. H. Land Office at The PaUea, Oregon, October is, tvio. Notice I hereby giv-en that Joliu I. Moore, of I.aldlaw. Oregon, who, on lime lMh 190, made homeatead. No. UM'. (Serial No. oj6ii). toreH iiwu aim wn nci, orv. s, 1 . 17 a., h. 11 it., W M . naa filed notice or liilentlou to make tinal five-year proof, to eatablUtt claim to the Uiul above dracribrd, before II C. lUtlf, U.H. Cuuimiuloucr.at lit otlice at llend, Uregou, on the Mil day of llrccuihcr, 1910 Claimant uamea aa witnease: l!d M bHalley. of I.aldlaw. Otecoo; Charlea orc'.ou'. 11 Low, UvtdW U, Kllcy, I'rauk tiaal.ofUcnd, Men's Hats and Caps FOR FALL AND WINTER. Leather Automobile Caps Free China Ware Tickets Given Away with Cash Purchases Get their Owners Handsome Sets of Dishes COME E. A. SATHER GENERAL BEND, $50.00 Down Choice Residence Lots in Aubrey Heights $50.00 NOW BALANCE LIKE RENT The Future Residence District of Greater Bend. Contracts are let for several houses to be built immediately. Deschutes Realty Co. Bend Hospital Attending Physicians TJ. C. COE, B. FERUELX M. ELLEN KERSHAW, Superintentfattt. , Graduate of St. Luke's Hospital, Chicago. MRS. A. M. LUTES, Assistant. Graduate of Columbus (Ohio) Training School. Terms: $10 to $25 a Week, .Payable Weekly. There U a Nurse on extra charge made extreme cases, when ATHER REMEMBER IN AND SEE. MERCHANDISE OREGON $50.00 Down duty at nil times. No for flight duty, uukss iu a special uurse is required uieguu j 347 C.W, MOOKlt, RegUter.