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About The Bend bulletin. (Bend, Or.) 1903-1931 | View Entire Issue (April 5, 1911)
On Mny !. fur Urn llrnt Hum, Hi'
nil ttnvoi' ol. 'I'll n glowing illMrt Juki
(Ouoiisnl (lie lniuinlnry linn nf Mm Imrl
roil, mill umfl hhhIii Immediately. Tin
period WHrt now miteicd when Hie d
ISiln tVf nt y-fnur hnui. ,
Next innriiliiK tliero wan it magnlfl
Cent Imln; Urn nioimn h nf day appear
it) Surrounded liy h luminous circle
Tho ill, Kir n-rciiiiminiiwl IiIh nowliif
for lie had iilmity of need, Iml Im '
nurprlned in llml anrrel growing hI
ready between Hi lialf-drled alone
find even (hiIm, nti'hty heallm trying 1"
bhow their drlleiile pink bliMiaom.
At last li began lo he really dot
weather, on iliu till) nf June Hih tlur
HiniiietBr ntnod Hi 17 di-aree above
lly Hie middle of Juim the sloop Iihi)
made jjood prir-p. and llalteia. Al
IHiimtit ntiil Hi doctor w tin i hunting.
The three humor, hi iiimiimmIhI liy
Duke, net out tin Monti)', III" 17th of
June, Nt 6 III III" morning, each limn
ntmrd Willi H itoiilile-lmrrwlril gun, H
Imielitt mill nnnw knife, hihI provision
for nevem! day
Aliout liiHiii nf Dm oenmt day I If)
elghlHl I wo feriHloii iniinVt-oifll, inn)
nurruuiided thini on h plateau,
The (Hull Imil begun In shake thetn
Mlve lniwtliiiily mi Duke, trying I"
)(lrk lit nt off, when Hatter lnrtcd up
tight In f i out of (linn, almuttiig nml
chaMng llii'iu bark.
Thin hnr the RlKiml for Allnmnnt
tttlil Hih iliM'tnr in mall forward nml
llf, but Ml Hill night of two nkiwIIhiiIr.
(Im letrllled iiiiliimU wlfccled nroiiml
find attacked HnllerHN. Iln inrt tlu'lr
ounet Hllli nun. tady fiMit and fired
MratKtil Hi their head. Hut Imth lil
bullet were mwcrle, ' They rushed
Upon Ills unfortunate man llkii furlea,
hriI llimw Mm on the ground In in In
Ulant. "He h ilrail iimiit" exclaimed the
tlnrtur, III itrniMilftnK Hrrrntn.
A trfiftrmjmm ttruKMl wn K"lnic oh
lfl AIIHHHt littmul Mt tho nlHllt nf
tita irutmtp fo, urn) thmiKh til" 1'"'
1miulf wn to IiikImi tn hu lili. h
stopMHi hrt, IwUlInK with lilmwlf
and HI itrajmllt-ra Hut til ln-ltmln
hmrr)y laittrit half a twuml. till twtter
ctr ronquarMt, ami nrlnlmlim, "No, It
would Im cownnlly!" Im ruiheil for
tfard with lawlnHy.
Ilattras full mII uniltnlKht how
Ills rival felt, hut would rather have
dtai than have lHd hit tntrvn
tton. However, tin had hardly llm to
think atitmt It. hfor AI(nmtMil wa at
lie eon Id tint Imv hold out rmirh
lHKr. for tl w IhihmIIiI to want
Off th Mown of horiu and hiHif of
tMa urh iiworfiil aHlattotiUla, and In
K fW Hlllllllra urn in h muni hHVn l.tfl
(WH to lM-r Hut mlililrnly two hut"
rroHHIiilnl, and llxUrfwii fll thn llln
KTHIfi hl llMtd
"CoiirWHf!" hoiilrd Allamolit, fllHic
IliK away hl itlarharKPit khmmi, and
llitaHliiK hliHurlf rUht In front of III
raKlHk animal Dim of thrm. ahnt to
th hwtrt. tell dmd b hi- rxaehnd thr
tHl. whlln thf othnr dahot madly no
)iattT. and wa alniut to om th
iinftirtunat' ratualn with hi horn.
whmn Allainonl plunRmt hi mw knlfn
far Into III Iwaal'a wldn oi-tl j
with nnn Imnd. with ttn other dtwlt
lllm ik)i a IrMtlrtiilmm hlow on tha
llcht with hi halfh!. that III akull
WH Hmdlily llt ohhi.
It divor mi qulrkly thai It m
o. tk a Itaah of llhtnliiK. mt all
Man ever. Thn avrond o Uy dad. and
Clawhwiny ahoutfd "llurrahl hurrah'"
lHttHt waa MVtHt.
lie ewni hi lift) to lh man h hatfd
ttl Wont. What a Hlorm of ronltlctlnK
I-Hlo thl mut hav rouml In hi
oll Hut wher wa Him MHiillofi hr
tiHthl IMH liiMlilt
IlHWMViir. hi anion wa irompt.
MllHli'ViT hi frfllliK mlHht Ih. With
out imtmttnf h-ltanry. h want lip
to hi rival, nnd aald In a Mrava voter:
"AttattHint, you Iimv mvoiI my llful"
"Vmi vmt iiiIiih," rfpllwl lh Amur
I a li.
Tnr WH h tnomnt' ltne, and
tlirH AIIMIHMIlt addt'd:
"WVrn null. Haltn."
"No, AIIMtnont," ald thn paptnln;
"nhMl lhi diwtor draKk'nl you out nf
iHtir ley tninti I did not know who you
frnj hut you vnt inn at thn purll
if your own llf. knowliiK qtiltn wfll
"Why, you nr n fllow irwturo nt
nny rttlw, nnd slmtnvrr fault nn
AHlrhJHH may havw. he I tin (Niward."
"No. Iniltd," iwlil Hih doelor. "Iln I
ii man, 1'Vnry Inch n man Ilka your-
"And, Ilk me. hn ahall huvn Mtrt In
til Ktury llwt await u."
Th Hlory of rachtiiK tlm mirth
ImiIhT" Hakpil Allamont.
"Vim," rplld llalir, proudly.
"I kihmhI rlMhl. Ihnii," aald Alta
Tim AiiiHrlCHti kIihmI atlll n inntiifiit.
diily iiHivml. Tlitm Im apoko fnullnv-
"And you Imvn nnltially dnrcd to
roiipulvo nilPll u liroJtH'IT Ohl It la
Kmnd; I ti'U yim It U auhllmo ovun to
think of HI"
"Hut lull inn." iwld lliitterna. In u
liurrli'd inuiineri "you worn not hound
for thn imiIh, thou, youmolfT"
"Comu, Hpmik out, man," tinted tho
"VVkII, to tell thn truth, I wna not.
nnd llio (ruth In Imtlor Hutn aolf.lovo,
No, 1 lind nn atiull grand pnrpoan In
vlnw. I wn IryliiH' lo olwtr tho north
wi'ut piiNwiKi'i nnd Hint wiir nil,"
"Altiunont." mild Ilutloniw, ImldlnR
out hi liiiml; "l our compnulon tn
Klory, como with u nml llml tho mirth
Thn two mi'ii climppd hnmla In it
win in, hourly wrHap. nml tho tioud nf
filnintalilp lii'twi'i'ii thuin wim aonloil.
Wlum limy turnd lo look for tho
doutor thoy found him In tenm.
"A hi friend," liu mtlil, wiping III
cyni "vou Imvo muilu mo io happy It
' iilmnni morn ilmu I pan hour? Vou
'lllVll nHl'I'llll'Xll thl llltniTHhlll hhIIoii-
Illy for tin' aaka of thn rommmi cHtuan.
Vou Iiiivh wihl, 'What iloaa It iimltnr
if only th Hin In illamvuri'il, w)ii'thnr
it Im hy KiiKllaliiiiHti or nn AiiinrlmnT'
Why nlimilil wm lirnK of ImliiK Aliinrl
n or HiiHllah wIihii wi nnn Imani Hint
TIib Mimil lllllii limn wa hdaldo him
"If with Joy, hiiKKi'd llio rncon
llfil i'IihiiiIii to hi liommi, nnd en-un-nifil
thulr frlmlhli hy hi own
iirfM'tion in hotii.
i'hIiiiIiik thfin(lvf thn iiimi out up
Hid ii mm Hint muilu tholr way Imek to
'-Hinp. At auppor Hih doctor aald:
"My dvar old Johinum, I look out nn
AiUHrlrati and an KiiKllaliniHii with inn,
"V, Mr. CUwIionny."
"Wall, I lirtiiK lmrk two lirothcra."
Thl wa Joyou nrw lo Ilia nallnr.
ami iliny ahonk humla wnrinly with Al
IHinoiil; whllo thn doi'tor rtHioiintHil all
that had paaaml, and how Hih AiiitI
ran PMptalu had aavmt Him HiiKllnh
caplalir llfo. That iiIkIU no 'Ivn lm
ptur inn coiilil havs Iihii found than
In- that lay fltopliiK In tho IUHh
HkII rninpid thn aliHip; tho trn Im
Kan to hrcak up.
A trial waa mad to Capo WhuIiI me
lon. Thl aliort all of lc hour uf
Mrlontly proved hur iri'llint iiunll
Hh. On thn Z2il of Juno, llHtlrra liricnn
to load Hih (h1kh. Tlmy put In 2M
pound of aalt miwit, thrcn fa of
vii;rtaliH ami tiri-mrviil int-nt. Iicnhlfa
Hum Julrn, and Hour and mMllrliiH
Thny almi tmik :w HHind of powder
and a alm'k of flrHartn. lneludlliK lh"
loop nml thn Halknll hoat, lliirn wa
almut l.tOO IMintnla Wi'lKlll. ii llMivy
However, Hi dlalanrn to thn hh
wa not Hi mllr at Hi oulaldn, and
a Hmy did not Inland to k more than
IwhIvh tnllr a iay, a they could do It
rnmfortalily In a month. Kvnn tf land
falliil thi'in. thtiy eould Mlwaya fall
hark on thn alii. and Mnlah Hi" Jimr
nny without fatlxua to iuhh nr d.
tin Kunday, th J Id. all wa rmdy,
and It wa ruaiilVHd In dvot tho n
Urn day to rat
Th-y r''llrl mrly tn r"t, for thy
Bwili-il to lw up Uptime Ho iwamxl
lh 11 nlKht In Fori rrovhlenen.
N"it day at parly dawn, llattera
?hvii ilia alunul for dPMrtur". Th
well-fp,! and WHll-rpalPil dK wnrn
harnomt'd to lh ImI. Thy liad
lipn IwvIiik a ihk1 tlmn of It all Hih
winter, nnd inlht he ripHCHsl to do
Kmh1 aervkn durln; thn ummer.
It wa at 4 In thn mornlnit when the
pipdlttnn atarlr.1 After fitlnwlnT thn
wlndltiK of thn l-ny and coin pa at
i'hw WaahlnKton, they atnii'k Into Hi
direct routn fnr thn north, and hy 7
o'oltH'k Iwd hut aluht of thn lUhthmiae
and I'otl rrtivldence.
Iiiirlnic Hm Itrat Iwn day they mndn
twenty mile In twelve hour, dnvntlnff
the remainder nf thn tlmn to real ami
meala. Thn tent wa quite aurilclcnt
priiipftliin durln: lee.
Thn lemiwniturn henn tn rlan. In
many pla- thn now mellml entirely
away, and Kreut patohe of water np
I tulitlnx wa not forvntten durlnK
thn Hwreh. for frh mat wa a nn
rew.lt y. Allamont and Hll kept their
Hun toadnd, and ahnt itarilrna,
Kulllemola. m1, and n few younK
Ilattera advtaaj them not to t.i
niiirH than a mile away, a there wa
not a day, nor even an hour, tn hum.
for threw month of fine weather wa
the utmiHit they rould count uimih lie.
nlde. thn tedKn wa often cumlna In
illllli'ult place), when each man wa
needed to lend a helplliK hand.
I'ur eveml day the expeillllnn had
lienn attended with nn fatlKUH. Thn
traveler had only nulTerml from the
tnleiiM tilarn of Him ami on tho aiiow,
which IhreMtmiMl them with aiiow
lillndneiM. At nnuther Hmo of thn yenr they
mlKlit Imvo avoided thl hy walking
durlllK lh nUht. tiut at ireent there
wa no ntKlit nt nil. Happily Hih maw
wn tiKlmitn" to melt, ami tho hrll
llancy would dtmlnUh a tho proeea
of dlaaolutlon iidviinccd.
On the 8th of J)ine thn thermometer
roan to 4& degree, nnd the rnln fell In
torrent. Uattera nml hi compan
ion, however, marched atoloally on,
nnd nvcii Imllod the dowiiKiur with
.lettuhi. knowlmr that It would hn.i.i. I
the dtappArnnc of Hm snow.
An they went along, the doetnr often
picked up alone. IhiHi round one nnd
Hat pebble, a If worn uwny by tho
tide, lie thought from thl they must
bit near Hm 1'olar Imaln. nml yet far n
Hm eye could reach wmm one Inturmlu
There wbh not n treco of houses, or
hutn, or onlrni vlatlile. It waa uvlilent
Hint the nreunlnmlxrn had not pusheil
their way no fur north, nml yet tho
famlnhcd tribe would Imvo found their
reward In coming, fur tho country
abounded In gnine. Hear wore fre
quently neu, nnd numerous herds of
muMk-nxeii nnd doer.
On Hie 20th Hell killed it fox nnd Al
lamont it munk-ox. Those mipplles of
fresh food were very ucouplitble, nnd
even the doctor survvyed, with consid
erable nntUfHcttnn, tho hnunohes of
moat they iminuscd to procuro from
time to time.
"Don't let us stint ourselves," ho
used to sity on theso oocnslons; "food
Is no tinlmpnrlitut mutter In expcdl
tlonn Ilko ours."
"Kspeolnlly," sold Johnson, "when n
men! depends on n lucky shot."
"You're right, Johnson; it mrvn docs
not think no much nbnut dinner when
he known tho soup-pot Is utmmorlng
by tho kitchen fire."
On tho 30th they rnmo to a district
which soenied to have been upturned
by soma volcaulo convulsion, so oov-1
ered wn It with cone nnd ahnrp, loftr
A attonif lironr.o from tho aoulhannt
wnn lilowlm?, which anon lncreud lo
u hiirrlcunn, awnnplnif over tho rork
overeil wllh anow mil Ihn hilK" ma
" nf leu, whli-li look the form of Irn
ii'irK nml liuirimoi'k, HiuiIhIi on dry
on nil nlde nothing could Im hnnrd
Imt the mil,, of cracking leo and fall
Thn traveler had tn ho very rnreful
In Hvoldlng hill, nml nven In ntionklng
aloud, fur Ihn xltchtMit ngllnllnn In
thn nlr inlghl Imvn canned n catiintro
ph". ImiImiI, the aiuldennefin I Ihn pn
cullnr fcalure in arcllo HvalNtirhe din
lltifiilnliltig them from thiw of Mwlt
rnrlHiid hihI Nnrway.
flflen the dlaliHlgemcnl of ft ti!.-V of
len In liinlHtilaneotin, and tint even a
cannmi hall or thundnrhnlt could ho
morn rnpld In It deneent. Tho Inonen
lug, the full and tho ornnh happen nl
Happily, however, no nccldnnt hefell
any of Ihn party, and thren daya after
ward thoy ramn to nmonth, lovel
On tho fourth of July, there wn
nuch an exceedingly deimo fog Hint It
wan vxry difficult tn kiep thn straight
coiirno for Hm north. No mlnadven
lure, however, lufel tlio imrty during
Hm darklli'M. nicept tho Iihm of Hell'
At Hell' niiggeNtlon torche wero
contrived, madn nf tow teeped In plr
It of wine and fantened on tho end nf
ntlck, rind theae nerved noinewhat to
help Idem on, though they mado hut
email prngrc; for, on Km th, after
Hie fog had cleared! ofT. the doctor toik
their hearliiK. nnd found Hint thoy
Iwd only h.en marching at tho rato of
eight mile a day.
Determined to inakn up for Innl
lime, they rnp next morning very ear
ly nnd ntnrted off. Hell and Alliirnonl
H u mm I going ahead of thn real nnd
acting a ncniit. Jnhnaon and tho oth
er kepi hentdn thn aleilge, and were
ihhi nearly two mile hehlnd thn
gulden: hut thn weather wa o dry
and clear that all their movement
could he dlatlnctly uhnnrved.
Hlorm hlow up again and thn tont
wan plleheii In n ravlno for ahelier, a
Hm ky wn dark and threatening,
mid n violent north wind wa hlowtng.
"I'm nfrald we'l havo n had night,"
"A pretty nolay one, I expeot," ro
plle.1 thn doctor, "hut not cold. We
imi! heller taku every precaution, ami
faalen down our tent wllh good Wg
"Ym are right, Mr. riawbnnny. K
Hm hurricane wept away mir tent, I
don't know whera wo ahoiihl find It
Tho lent held fat. hut leep waa Im
IHHwIlde. for Hm tempeat wa led loo
and raged with trenmftdou violence.
"It nee ma to me." hIiI the lotar.
during a hrlef lull In the deafening
roar, "an If I could hear tho nound of
colllalnna hetween Iceheg and
nelda. If wn wero near the nea, I
could really lielleve there wan a gen
eral tireak up In the Ice."
"I can't explain the nolicn nny other
way," a hi Jnhnaon.
"On wo Imvo reached tho coaatT" I
wonder?" naked Hatleraa.
"It I not Impoaaltde," replied CInw
twnny. "Matenl Do you hear Hwtt
craah? Tlmt I certainly tho amind of
lcelirg falling. We ennnot bo very
far from the ocean."
"Well. If It turn out tn Im an, I ahnll
puah right nn over thn co Meld."
"Oh. they'll alt l broken up after
nuch a atorm u thl. Wo ahnll ee
what to-morrow bring; hut nil I wn
aay I. If any poor fellow nre wander
ing about In it night Ilko thl. I pity
(To l continued.)
insTomc nnLD or Waterloo.
Tourlal !nr It I llelnar lllrr.le.1
of All Intrrrallnir 1'relurea,
Tim UttleHeld nt Waterloo, wrlle
nn American tourlnt from llruaael.
according lo tho American Heglntcr,
la rapidly being dlvtMtml of nil its In
The limnmn which nhellorcil men
who helped lo tnnkn hUtnry thern nre
lioltig turn down, tho roads and path
nre being obliterated nnd noon there
will bo iiothliig left tn remind one nf
Napoleon' lout ntand but Uio gront
mound cnppwl by tho Waterloo lion.
Tho miiHiHim. where nil tho battle
field trophle nre on vlw, unlformn.
nrmn, ilrnwlnga nnd (ilrturoe, wns
nover n prctcniloiis Institution, hut no
vlaltor fnlleil tn look with Intoroat nt
the many oxhlhltH hehlnd tho glana
Thin nlno In tn bo dlnmnntleil nnd
tho nrtlclo which Imvo been cnrefully
kept for yoar will bo distributed
nmoiiK tho provincial muMmim of nel-
Klui". where an Individual exhibits
they will lot.0 much In vnluo.
A I'ikIIIvc I'roof.
"My dear child, Imvo you reason to
siipKio that Mr. 1'llrty entertain n
frnnk IlkliiK for yottT"
"Well, ma, Inst night ho handed me
n box of cliooolatoa with the remark
that they were hU en ml tod sent!
tiiuntn." llnltlmoro American.
Knlcker Tlmo hrlniw Btrnngt.
Docker Yen; tho boy whose mothor
can't make him wash his neck grows
up to bo n rich man who goes ubroaj
for bntliB, llarper'e Ilnwr.
A Utility Kmliiiintloii,
"What In tho ronon you wero bo lato
lit dtscovorliiB tho north pole?"
"Well," nnswored Uio oxploror, "you
boo thoy Imvo mich long nlghta In
tho nrotlc regions Unit I overslept."
Ititrlllnir In Ootlinm,
Foreign Visitor Does it cost much
to live In Now York?
Hoat No, sir; It doesn't cost much
to llvo lit this city, but it costs like
Sam Hill to keep up appearances.
Nw York Weekly
(Tnlnmeil nml forever tho tarnelen,
The friill yet forever the free,
tJnliHinei nml fowver thn nhamelon,
The top of creHllon I alio.
All civilization have panned her
And left h-r lnriarjan mill.
And the man who had dreamed ho In
I nlmply tho lave of her will.
film ulinper and glnnoe demurely,
And look like a mint an nhe goci;
Ak nwcl n a Illy, yet aurely
Hhe' leading aome man by tho noit,
Yttr hern are thn primeval reaoureei
Of ntrong, unregenernto on;
Duplicity maralialn her force
And art I her nuhtlo defenne.
Oh, man, you may marvel nnd wonder,
May rennou anil nrguo nml fret;
Oh, mun, you may hlunter and hluu
der Vou never havo conquered her yetl
Vou lecturo and tutor and teach Imr,
Hut atlll h I ever Hi name,
Tim fiee. Irreaponnlhle creature
That nothing can fetter or tame.
JloOlah Turlian t'olflure.
The turlian voiffurn U first In favor
nr drtN off anion, and that the hair
drcowr may not nutter by tho lm
pllclty of thn faMilon, wave and puff
are being Introduced, and an our lllu
tratlon Indlcatea with pleaalng effect.
It I linpMible, however, to rrang!
one' own hair In thl manner, and
the puff a and hair band on ouch tide
Ico'tire faluc and odjiitled. after the waved
trcen nre drawn back over the turban
llenllh nml llenul Hint.
Kweet spirits of nitre tn used for
t'so witch hazel salvo for sores,
brulsea, burns, nbHceasea, etc.
Carbolic salve or xlnc ointment may
tx used for flesh wounds, bolls, etc
Never sleep so that on first awaken
Ing the c)t shall open on the light of
Camliorated oil Is ideal for the re
lief of sprains and In a mild counter
irritant for sore throat.
If the wind has reddened tho eye
lids, wash then) In slightly salted
wnrm water (using common a0).
Per a cold In the head a roll of med
icated cotton will be valuable. A small
piece placid In each nostril will give
Make the rule to go outdoors every
day where the nlr Is pure, take some
deep breaths and exerclee. You will
find that will keep you warm for quite
i time and It Is a hoaltby warmth.
To nil me the temperature of a fe
verish cold molstim n png with
Itber eau do eologne or- vinegar and
water and hold It tn the band for a
time. This reduce fevor due to n cold
In n marvelous way.
To remove blackhead, wash the face
In tepid water, dip finger tips Into
creeu soap, sold nt all druggists, and
massage tho face. Itlnw the skin and
apply toilet water to kill the alkali and
To straighten round shoulder try
the following- exercise: Stand about
eighteen Inches ftom n door, pro the
palms of the hands against It, nnd
slowly push the body forward until
the bread! louche the door. This U
iIk good for weak shoulders.
For pillow for cradle purchase tick
ing whkh rttmct a pal blue Mower.
Make the pillow case of soft white
illmlty, hemstitch it and (inlaw with
a hemstitched pillow. The color show
throiifh the white In delicate tracery.
A pillow for the crib should Im flWnd
with dnwii, and should not be stuffed
full. A gift should Include oiAi pillow
qiiil three pillow case.
Women hi'lilom Color llllnit.
Color bllndneiM Is sea ice among wo
men, according to l'rof. Samuel V.
Hayes. Ho mentioned that only one
wonuih In 1,000 seems to havo defective
color vision. In, soma experiments
which wero mndo nt Mount Holyoke
Collcgo with sixty-three students of
tho clnss of 1009, but fourteen mado
very slight mistakes.
Women' Look In llualnea.
An attractive, slender tlgure, n
bright, healthy appearance, un nlert
beurlng nnd graceful eao of move
ment theso nro beauties and personal
advantages which women tn business
do well to cultivate and preservn.
Thoy are often a passport to success
when applying for a situation, white
the. young woman with a clumsy figure, j
sallow complexion, and slow move
ment has a nuch smaller chance.
There In also tho question of health.
Hii.ut persons, hji a rule, are more In
clined to tho common aliment of
everyday life than those who are slim
and "on tho move;" and obesity, a
disease In Hindf, bring others In IU
train. Mnmpne often very charm
ing. It Is when the plumpness turns
Into real, undoubted fatness that thore
Is eauwj for alarm. Nglct! fatnoM
will noon mean chronic obesity; thn
Four honors at the Boolo des Deaux
Art In I'arls have U-cn won by women
Mis Kllen Day, tho organist, Is still
living In London at the ago of 81. Mil
Pity wn only 8 years of age when
she was summoned to play for Queen
Mis. Kllzabcth Moore, a Voasar grad
uate, has entered the agricultural de
partment of tho University of Mis
souri at Columbia and has announced
her Intontlon of becoming an expert
farmer. She Is a member of sovoral
clubs In St Louis.
I'rlncca Vletorln IxhiIso of Prunala,
Kmpror William's only daughter, ha
an exquisitely beautiful string of
joarls, which her mother has bn col
lecting for her ever slnco her birth.
Mis Clgrld Gude, daughter of tho
Norwegian minister to the United
Slat, Is an ardent believer In votes
for woman. Ho Is Mrs. Ague Dryce,
the Englishwoman, who ha been vis
iting her brother-in-law, the British
ambassador at Washington.
faond Mnnner fnr Glrla,
The girl who Is properly coached In
matters polite doe all of thse smaller
Takes off her hat at the theater.
Is Invariably courteous to servants.
Never read the crimes In the news
papers. Never speaks with her mouth full
Hemoves her glove to shake hands
with elderly persons.
Prefers to walk out with a girl
friend than to go alone.
Never uses slang or other unbeau
tlful words of any sort.
Offers her chair anywhere and every
where to old ladles and gentlemen.
Never forgets for a moment that her
conduct must bo at all times and In
all placos on its best behavior.
Never gossip about a girl friend or
does anything olse to anybody she
would not havo done to herself.
Car of .Mahogany.
The lee polish the better where an
tiques are concerned. Old oak and
other wood always require more elbow
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Nothing daintier or more delightful could bo lmugluod than tho lovely
imrty dresse for children and young girls. Our chnrmlug trio gives an Idea
of tho eloflunco In some, cases, oach of whlah, however, may bo copied In lee
expensive materials. Tho llttlo frock on the left Is a pale pink messallno,
elaborately trimmed with whlto lace on blouso and a flounce of samo on tho
short skirt A wide sash of the material cleverly covers the joining of
blouso nnd skirt and ends In back in largo loops without ends.
On tho right wo show a more babyish frock, built on line suggestive of
tho olU-tlmo Mother Hubbard fashion. This one Is pale blue ohltton surah
silk with whlto laco nnd pink rosebuds for decoration, put ou as shown in
Illustration, The sash In this case is polo blue satin ribbon, with long ends
fnlllng from left side.
II Ig Bister Is wearing a gown of whlto crepo de chlno, with accordion
plaited deop flounce and surplice cut bodice, each trimmed with an applied
band of flno whlto lace. It la cut en prlncesse, and the fullness above flounco
is artistically held in placo and caught at right sldo with a spray of pink
rose matching those on sleeve.
dt- the :jF(on&
groaso thnn Applications, Sweet oil
sparingly applied In, however, tnt
collent for untlquo mahogany. If a
flannel Is dipped In tho oil It should
be rubbed over the wood, tho surface)
having been first of all well dusted.
Htnln and spots on old mahogany can
be taken out by dipping a cork In
oi alio acid and water and working it
over the mark. Two ounce of yel
low beeswax dissolved In tho samo
quantity of spirits of turpentine rep
resent another good medium for mv
Women In Ihn I'rnfeaalnn.
Only two professions, according tit
statistics, havo so far not been Invaded
by the persistent Amerloan woman.
There are no women sailors In tho
marine corps and no female linemen
for telegraph and telephone systems.
The other profession and trades num
ber as follows:
neriormen ,J7 1
fnl!t ...,... ,,,,,,,.,, 78S
Offletal In bank
Packer and hlpprs.
LnwieTinnar ,, ...,., ,..,,,..,,,
Can -enter a
Mneon ... .,,,,, ,,...,...,,
Painter and Uxlr
Modl.h Felt 111.
Felt bats for wear with walking
suits are very popular, and our artist
has sketched a model especially well
liked. This might be successfully
worked out In purple felt with darker
shade velvet trimming and a dull gold
buckle. De sure, however, that your
milliner knows how to handle velvet,
as the beauty of this hat lies In tho
clever draping of the trimming at
llanatna- Wall Taper.
When papering a room, If you arv
a novice at the business, choose either
a plain or striped paper, as there Is
then no difficulty in making the pat
tern fit. If the paper Is striped, cut
the stripes from tho pieces left over
and uso them wrong way up for a,
frieze. The criu-croea effect Is de
lightful. At Laat.
A girl's idea of culture is something
which will enable her to dodge dish
washing. Atchison Gkbo.