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Only big show coming this Season.
Norris & Rowc's
The one great tented amusement enterprise that
fulfils every promise.
WILL EXHIBIT IN jt j
. GRANTS PASS
500 "Sfl 500
TRAINED SEALS, TRAINED LIONS.
20 Funny Clowns 20
TRAINED PONIES. TRAINED OOATS.
TRAINED HONKEYS. TRAINED DO(iS
$rand free Street
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OLYHPIAN GAMES, EXCITING RACES. DARING
EVERY ACT NEW THIS YEAR,
I5RING THE CHILDREN.
" tncrmcuti waterproof ffents.
9rhc6i Mults 50e, thlldnn 25c
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S i .!. 'C r "-,
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9avade at 11 a. m.
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FASCINATION OF GAMBLING.
lenalor IKpm Glrr. lllDatr.tlr.
lultirr Wlne...l by Ills
t Monlt Carlo.
f'hnitiir-i y M. IHpew ,ay be n a
nmn lupin to p'.iy m ir h a thotoani!
fratie in. ir :,t M ri!.- CurV. lit played
and won- -!...: il hi. uu i.y; played,
und wixi ne.iin nit! i!oui.'i C Hekipt
i,n until In. I:.vi v.nn ;.i.it ll'l.m.O.
Then hi- tarln! iiWii,.i, I" v out.
At thr- ilmir lii- n .i.,l. ii-ii;uii! nnd
t it rltl iiar'K. lie i.illlti rril mer to
thi- lahlir nn:i 1'n.kn! in ihr (fame
fur ahi. Tii -li lif Im r 1 . i. -! ui hi,
cual at'.'iin i:h jfnat rii..ii,n iinil
BtarUd nut viiiii a firri uriili-. Hut
he cuu!d not- -'.ir'.y cm).! 1,1 t iri-t
through thr i!,.r. Tlicla-t Sir. pevr
aw of him lii' waii ii!niii4f rtny
Ofrain, mid tin' fcl.'MO a- K,.in ii'll
mell liin'k into tin- f.'.-i!n!.!iiijf lioiite
coltiri. It i ( n i r;i : . v I'n
cinin fi ini'f (fi-t uv.H) from Monte
( arlo itli their on money, let alone
the batik .
AreniKC I.oiik' Itr.
Tii1 iimt.'ilo- I' i-,' ity i f rnnn and
of woman viu ii-.- r..i.. i:!i ! .,l:! v in dif
ferent i!:n e nii.i .'it o.ilri.i.f to i'r.
Krom M t It I : !h' eiire'i ily t,.:!.',l. it
,..,.it I 1 it, Kn;'!. .n !. f..r in.-lnn. r.
the aeie i i:,- r le-u'iv i-h :;'.i
mill for febrile:. I lel-.ieen tie
yearn I.i and I ."jl: ui:i'i- ler, . , n
l7l itiiil 1K-:t tinil of ti .iii.- : n
and that of fei, u.l, !- .-. In la---i-i-hiletlt;
.tati-tl.-... tr4en froi-i
to 17 l-how "fin :ieriie of V.l V.' for
Illlileh mi l 4 ; II I for Vauiie... 'I lo se
llill.-t he taken n the i,erae of white
people; for, to mention hut one In
Ktnnee, the meraife of the eolored
inaleH in lhiltimore in not higher than
ColnnlMt In llrllnln.
There lire 1'',.', no'i Itritoim living in
the I'liited Kint'doni nt present who
were born in the ei.loi.iei.
Hrftrllie (; r n in ma r In Kitfslnnil.
Thi' nrehl ishop of ( mite rhiiry Miiya
that Knirlaiid in KiilTeriii from tle
As inevitable 113 the clianing scavjus of
the year in the chanf wliich coturs to
every worn m. Aii'l just M mir antiri
patcs tlir tliaiiM (h other arfumnfl it it
win; 10 aimripiic
this rltane ( fifv
uti mu prtrpcre tor
it. In thin way the
(ii.v'omftMts a n 1
tnr many wfniion nt
the p e r 1 o il of
change can )
voi I vA or over-
r, Pierre's Ta
a :n til i c i n e for
every sea aim of
wmimti's life, will
entirely mret the
rwcils of wijfTien at
this period of
clungc It cures
thn phywciil ills
and reHrvet the
int-ntnl anxiety and
d.preftiri rn usual 1 v
asMK-'iatrd wilh thU critical period. It
traiK:ii!i.9 the nervcr., eiu'niiniv the
npjvliti ami indiu-rs rcfrefthin slenp.
J H. OrM Jc, IVi , of Mitt' h-ttf r, Voflif Co..
T rift., wti1: "I Viv it nijtji vnr in,K
ctiic titr th1 Uut i(xlt tr emiiirrn year in
ijiv l'-H)r h '!. I mn ntwniitf M.icnt rf tlve
C'tll' T C'nirtt f.xir lvnc im-l A'tn'n fiiiitiinrl,
V"ir i-vilU- lrt icriiiti'-ii,' iMr'ii Mchil
!i-rrt'rt v ' ' Plt ttiUrtl Ctrll.-t' ire the tirnt
mfiluuif f.r Dir 'Hr.iM'i lr whkh Uicy nft
rcconiiin'ii U4. tli.it I rvrr u-l. Thy tlni
my wife In at Ih- timr (if 'citing nf'Ul'r,' I
liiivf ln'f-11 rt (iM.nv.nlifi y.'iir qicMirliM to
lti;iiv :iHlti ti u it it au l (i.ivr ult gtwf.intfttl
Ih.U if tt .IM not (.11.' I .1 I (My k thr
tH'iiny aprnl ('' il. I hvr nr ill iiKtfiftt
Unit if 111' in. ;m un bvk unl I ml r
l'H'f f J4 IIIMlt. in, 1 .111 give .ttijrf.vtinii, to
fllV Aerl A t. i' f.XT 'f (J, t ktl'fff tt t( !.
It.ivc tw inh'.' Ik- 'I ralU t lit in to rrlitin I
(MVf itevt-f Ur -1 t ililt tor(ti;il the ' lj.ivmlte
I'tevt-itiMir t ' Ujt -Utv- a if wruiiirn.1
Ir, I'ifA'c'ti Cnintnoti Si-nse Alrdlc.d
AdvUr i ncr.t y on receipt of st.ttnps
to pav ex pet isr of mailing only, St'ud
31 otn' i'eitt st,itii fur tlie paper covered
l)(Hk, or si. mi", for the iluth U)tiinl.
Addles jtr U. V. l'lti.-i-, liuil.do, N. V.
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Cii u ft rtnl lo
li, mte to all I'latrrn points via Poilhind.
All Through Ticket', n-a.liiii; ,,er thi-. route
are k,o,! via :
Walt I.11I.0 Deuvrr.
Low Kates Evcrvwhcrc
Ti,k,'t on Sale al N.iiiIkiii IVilie I'epot
A. 1 . t UAlii,
tiell'l 1 '.WM'lter i,.ll,
An Uiili.'ir,a paj't 1 v. , f a f nt in. r
who w vi. t l. tfwn 1 lu'i'i: l.t lit'
w.-uU inm linirlf by niui, an
opi ra. lie w lit up t ti t Fi t it 1 '.i.
ih'W mu! p'ai k.i , ,!. Mi a liw i.nr
tfuU pi v nk ! f. r a , t:, !.
nhow was the "l . t l) " I he
lu k t ai ni - ! ,u i a ; K- t :iUi
A i!.-Uir in ...! l'i- C'ekin up t h- .
lar the f n r nu r ' ,1 1 t . ,! , , u t . f : ! .
hnili!iiik- "II '',' -i ! ' i m!;,.,' , ;,,
elr, " Ti'ti've I , : 1 : 1 1 1 1 , 1 " ,, U, t."
"Kevp it, 1 ; r 11 j 1 r , " 1 p 1 1 ' 1 1: t f niu r.
I d.-n't eat'i t tin ,i!n 1 .1'.'."
A Cam ' u 1 .1 ) man uu'ertakes
In the rt...a. phn lo-e. 1 1., ivo
s.'ine a1ie- i-n 1 1 . pr- p 1 ::,t'u i (
sssihtm wninrn !,, full in
wf',k: :.i!.d f..t,- h- r. a
with a Mm at.,' a , ? 1, . : : N t1 :
'llnnain p.-rffvt' tili. pese. an.!
fh.'.l step ? ' . the rear, pr.t
.m.i hai. n. !mt a i in and ra;e
hi r w n h a hi in k-1 1 "
Thi re ate h.n.l t, !e fi .m tl
bU'ott ir.e.i in t !;ir.u' who haw l.t.n
dmi!t A t.. I 1 . e... v . t th, MW(
but .-n't ab, u; ha'f . t .. m ;Ueae:ir.
at w..rk :n the pr-frsM,.;! -lt,
r str g.u e .nto nu re.. mile an.!
tii ni cml . u.p'.'inu i.ts, m s(.m. eaes
fr.-iii tieei sit and in ..tlu rs fi..in
but 1 4 nut AiL tiM Uai.
w ' I)
may be had,
that makes your
The Weekly Oregnnian ami the
Couiikh both for one year lor 2 in
By LAWRENCE CARTER
AKTEU cas apviit iihroud, Halph
Mh rndt 11 wrnt almost a KtrHtier in
1 1 in own country. Am he nt on the
pin aa of the bitf unhide hotel he was
thinking of the indt.y ehi.nrt B in the
ten yearn Kiiiee lie huil left his lininf.
Att.rneted hy the Htraina of inuaic frmi
the hrillitmtly lif(hied ballroom, he
threw away his ciar and (.trolled in
side.. "Who i.s the lady over there in th
hlnek dresn''" he usked of the nutater
"Mra. Marfiden, of rhiladelphia,"
witK the reply. "She ootnea here aiinobt
"Would von mind snvinir to her thitt
I I houid like to he introduced?"
A few minutes later the master of
eereinotiiea returned. "What name,
plenwe ?" he risked, as they tnovu!
ueroHH t he room.
"MarHdcn," was the brief reply.
She looked up w ith an air of surprise
an they lipproaeheil, while the clerical
entleinnn to whom she was talking
Icanttl bnrk in hia chair. The intro
duction was mnh' in a formal i.inmn'r.
Mr. Marsdcn was compelled to mile at
the solemn farce of It. "Is it the next
dance you want?" hhe asked.
"The next vacant cue. Is that a dif
"No, it amounts to tfio name." She
siniN'd and turned to the oleryman.
Marsdi'ii walked away.
"Ili name wns the same as yours, I
believe?" the clergyman remarked. "Is
that why you smiled?'
"I'uKsihly," she said. "There is u
possibility that we've met before."
"Indeed," he KAid. "What n curiously
small a ml unassutnliiK' place the wilrld
is, after all. It is u creation that, in
my humble opinion, uphold to itself
too little decorous modesty, if one
miht hi- allowed to a!l it to, when so
ninny others fill the r-ftlinsof tpaoe. I
suppose, Mrs. Mnrsdeii, you haw lout
"Irreocably, I'm afraid."
The air of another interest fell on
his face, the interest which any rih'ht
mindt d eli-rn man taki s in the soul of
a prt 1 1 w 1 it 1 n n .
"lie i dead?" he presumed.
She looked at him closely, perhapi
critically. "Isn't that baud pedantic?"
was all he said.
K.tiph Mnridfti came and e!alincd the
"Come downstair and pet an lee,"
he said. "They are sure to be indiges
tible." "Well, 1 1 f all strange things," she
said, refusing his arm and lifting hi r
drr with a acan t hand.
" This is h nu niejiiis the strnngi st,"
he interrupted. "If a woman has oer
hi-en our wife wliotn eUr would you
meet, eieu if yiii would o to Itrazil
to get away from her?"
"U that where you liav bjn?" she
"Kurther." Ilehanded heran ice and
"I.t t's take them outside," she saiil,
leai'.inir 'he way through the hall to a
French whh'ow that opt tied onto the
gwrdeti. lie foll.iwed with claret cup
and cign re t te.
"There' a heat looking over the sea,
up a little side path the other side of
the lawn. Let's ootne to tJiat," she
"How many week were you here be
fore ou found that out?" he asked.
The smke of hi Turkish cigarette
hi w across his face and mnituled him
of oinei hing.
"Piil ou ever know me tnke longer
than the Hrst night 7" she asked him.
"Can't av that I did," he replied.
j "Wasn't that MMnething about the
I h ngi h of our engagement 7"
I "On r acfpiain tance, ott mjau bv-
f,re we were engaged."
I "It amounted to the same thing in
I those dajs; we were both st aboini
j nab! oung spt cially you."
I "And now ? You don't think I'm d
j ert pi t now , do oil ?"
I "You're I? year older."
"Weil, and what's that? It only
1 m-nkes ine .'ill."
I "Von m'tcht hae learned a much
In a uu.iith." he vaid. "H im't the age,
it's t he 1 iuie."
J lie smil.d to himelf n he thought
1 of her as he was a hlim little girl
awake e s and
wi re vi.p. renit;e to ani :! -r.
"In l:e tn -t place." he r. p 1. ,!, "had
it been K' w us air., v.m w.. u.i! n't hate
l.'.'ked at n e i Iiim 1 1 mug. You i:ed to
bi o pr. n.: pr.m i a the f: liN ,.ti
w ..re nr..'.; iid ..ur mvk. Tl-.at pride, in
f,o- i, really the rt ason f,-r for
. ei ihimr I don't ktu w if you have
learned to r aliie that, have ou? Wh.
i i.'ii know," he went on, putting hi
t;i down on the crate!, "do you
k; .-w w!n y ui tiKirru d me a: a'l? Sim
p. b cause you w. re a bab af d mar
r i'e Mi'iim! to be stteh a w-i-up
atTair, so pri 'e perse.i 'e ! u initl it."
"How ridiculous," shr sai'.erossU,
"Von are talklnip all iioism re. You
pr.aeh much ai the elerfiPian did,
and his i excusable it'h a li.ibit."
"It was pr.de that cans. 1 . ur npa
tion " he persisted wirh the i n, p.r-
tiiucit y . t Ins KituT. "A .0;
were o t r rn ,rd, whereas
beirg s .pp.irtf .!. Ther'
' n 1 i:M mi
01 w. re t li'v
a b e d ffer
I ..bv ditKr-
ei.fe. .-nix w hen one
eiices .-how to ndxantaer."
T really objret to ht ing called a
b.ib) in that patron!.! ws," he
:a !. in a littlr burt of :mper.
He rnnorated h.-w her tone corrobo
ra'ed his lat s'atement.
"b''i "' what you are doing with
iii-m If." he haid. after a pause. Ar
J cu $y ttiiig on well with the world?"
Ju!ck ditvery-The Weekly Orfonl&
He sevraed quite casual.
Why with the world? Mayn't Ideal
with individuals ?"
It doesn't generally happen," he rf
niarktd. "with a woman when thn
niarrit c; afur lu-r husband comes the
Her expression "was dangerously
near one of contempt.
"On the whole," he said at length,
"do you get on a you used to do 12
years ago? No knock. 1 mean."
"What do you mean by knocks?" she
"Well, I only wanted to say that as
far as I'm concerned I nu an, of
course, if you ett-r wuiit anyone to hi lp
you over a s.:;'lu -you have only got to
send for me."
She put down her ice deliberately.
"I prefer not to be claimed as a lame
dog," (he said.
He Moiled quietly. "At any rate, ad
mit then that pride is not in your pock
et,' he said.
"No, it's on my svleeve," the replied,
"Ah," he said, "then mind people
don't brush airainst it when they walk
or push past you in the world."
A small tlai.ee was given the next
night f r 1- those who had remain d
Among t hes wer an t IT initiate youth
from Huston and : l.e elt rg unan. Mary
den had jf :!gd th.ni an tvpex. Oi ce
that eViitiittf he had danced with h r,
but her pride wa slill on her slte.
She had b en waited upon intermit
tently by the youth and the clergy man
until M;;r Sen, f- cling tirisd of i; a.11.
had gone out into the nardt n. He vat
on the same seat the had occupied the
previuu evening looking wiMfully at
the sea that hr kt '.'ise the occasioi.al
swih of braiicln s into water. He n.iiht
have letn sitting there for a quarter
of an hour when. In- lu nrd the sound of
footstep, on the grass coming in his
direction. In a moment the Itoaton
youth appear d from the other side
of the lidge and. .e lug him, nodded.
"Cool," he sai;!, casually, "cool after
that room inside."
"You exert yourself too much," said
Mursde n. "If I tried to dance as much
as you do I should lie apt to take life
"Depends w ho you're dancing with,"
said tJe boy.
"Decidedly; but does one ever find
the proper partner until the dance Is
The youth smiled with abundant ex
perience. "Not if you use discretion."
he said. "That widow- Mrs. Mai sden
her name in I spotted her the first
moment that I came down here. If
you knew much about women you'd
know the type rit once."
The youth took a cigarette out of
his cp.se. "They want knowing," lie
said, vaguely, as he slruek a match.
"She's prtdmhly been married to home
old bounder w ho I ied her up into a
knot and paid her to stay tlierc. Then
he became cornenient and died."
"Yon meet hundreds of tl.nt sort
of women at the seaside," the youth
went on. "She's probably no better
than the rest of them, but bJie'u de
cidedly a little 'enter!'"
"What do you menu by no better?"
"Oh. of course. I don't mean to say
anything n gainst her, but you know
what I mean. She can see both ends
of the stick.
Marsden got up from his seat ami
looked down on the boy.
"Look here." !:e said, quite calmly.
"it' little atoms like yourself thai
dirty the world with words, hut
haven't the coun-ge to soil it with ac
tions. Now take a little bit of advice
from me, I'ini'c you're too yuui.ir to
give anything else to; take myadiicr
and wail t;n! il khi'i e a man before yon
say a 11;. t !: lnir n boui it. Now run :, 1 ng
in ami d;i m e" his voice changed- -"and
ebons c the sort of woman 011
are accustomed to when you. want, to
run another w. man's character."
Ma rsden left him, t hen h if only
thought was to find his wife: the boy
had L'i'iir1 out of his consideration.
Turuini!' nround the corner of the
laurel bu-sh 1 e snv lier ft n n- rctre:')
inif aero -s t l.e gt a sv toward tie 1 out-p.
There w as a sin!. 'en h:'. t in s s about
every step that t'tok tint stmte;
his instinct. She had heard tl clr con
versation. There was a seat the oth
er side of the bushes where they had
been sittinir. He repeated the thought
oxer to him.ielf he had heard their
He ran. eutehinjr her at the open
French window that led into t lie house.
"Hns V" he said behind her.
She turned with a start. "I've been
refiinir out in the garden," she said.
"Were you there as well?"
"I saw 011," he replied.
"You couldn't hne done!" she ex
claimed. "I'.ccause I was nt the other side of
the laurel bushes," he said, smiling.
"Then it was you?" she asked.
"Kurt unately." he replied, "dune
back airain ami have another rckt," he
She turned silently nnd walked back
witli him ami they sat down on the
seat faciiiL' the house,
"Now what have you got to Fay?"
"Only this did you hear any conver
sation when you were on the other
side of the bushes?"
"I couldn't help it." "
"Of curse not. 1 Int. you see, don't
you. there's nothing between a wom
an's husband ami the world?"
"I can st; v it." she said, a little
proud I . 'l hen after a silence she said:
"When are ; u i' ung to b axe here ami
what ate x.o: ;i , Mo do then?"
The w..r.U ej.l'ed his anus around
ler in a tr;:nge liereenvss of compas
sion. "Silly little girl," he said, gently.
"Silly little girl, you feel lone! v , don't
j on ?"
Her eyes were alight with tears
when she looked up at him.
"Do I ?" she s;,id.
"Now." he replied, "ji.M r. x but
not any more not any nine " hi
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The n rent tttis!K nf th. iiuiiiIht nl
,lelh ,hor tht the lare majority die
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rough ahieh ean be cure.1 ina'anllf bi
Kemp'. lUNam for the Throat an,'
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medicine I send these few lines, hopuu; that some o'.her poor sufFarin" women will try
Dr. l'ierce's medicines," writes Mrs. Cora 1.. R.x.t, nf OieeiisprinK Furnace, Washing,
ton Co., Maryland. Iliad suffered scierelv from f.-male weakness mid bail to be in
lied a Kie.it ileal of the tune. Had headache, backache, cud p.-.in in left side when
ly my, iiowu. 1 com mcuceu takm- ijr. l'ierce's l-avonle Prescription,
when I was able to be around a- un and ;',, ,,. ;-v,-i. Can new eat
me any more Have taken se-n littles of Dr. Piorce's l-'.ivorite
... , . ... , ,, . , , , - . - v. v a . tl w; 1 IIHIOII, HIHl UllC Ol UI9
niixuml hxtract of hmart-U ced au.l : ver.,1 vi..U of ' Pie , ,.at Pellets.'' Feeling better every
1 lu,,k ,'ou.f"r -v""r k"""' ' My t'us'und is pleased with the effect of your inedi
e, and says I look better every d.iv." J
Cine, aim says i loon better
Dr. Iierces I'ayorite I rescript,,,,, makes weak women Ftrog and sick women well.
It changes irrcgu hmty to regularity It dries the drains which are so weakening to
women It heals the inflamed and ulcerated organs, and cures female weakness
Dr. lerce mv.tes sick and ailmg women, especially those sultcring from diseases of
long standing, to consult him, by ,.,,.. fr . .,. A11 ,,t,,rs , , j
answered in the strictest , Ilic Tins ,n',.r of , .amsultatio,! by letter places at
m l In f BUff,,'r,T Womt,n " n" "''' f 1r- l'H:.Fist in the treatment
and cute of womanly diseases, who ass.s,,..! by his modi-al LtalT of nearly a score of
phjsie ans, has, m a htlle more than llnvly years, tr,,,.,.,l and cured hundreds of
thousands of weak and sick women. Writ., freelv and fearlessly to Dr li V l'ieree
Ihilfalo, X. Y.
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Advtser contains more than a thousand largo
paScs and over 700 illustrations. Send 31
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