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Tilt; UMAI1A SUNDAY BEE: OCTOBER 10, 1009.
Dies of Injuries
Vrthra Tliilnratsd Vien
je Tickls a Bi?al
-nm a Ktaff Correspondent.)
OI.VE8, Oct. (Special Telegram.)
Kvans, s:?ed -1?,- full h.ick on the
county High school foot hall team.
"tr5. Methodist hospital here today
eauljof an Injury received In the
flan a wef k bko won in' i
I'choc; tram. Kvsna-mude a tackle
''ale junnor anil the two went down
FT, tin vale players kne striking
lef -ad. Jn the fall, th fifth. Hi)?' li and
In. " Vertebrae were Injured. He a
:it to, the Methodist hospital at once
an operation performed without sue-
hody was taken to P.mora to-
Quarterback Black of the Central col
' JVega team had hlK right hip dislocated In
J the game aj 'Pel la yesterday .agaliist. a .sec.-
ond team from Drake university.
We rent rjur clnlm to gor 'approval upon
the character of our work. We don't ask
your patronage aa a favor, but aa a right.
Our work !ln of a quality that 'coinmnda-
respect. lis henuty l not all on the out-
Ide. It luca right through., for we do our
work thoroughly. Our prices are the lame
aa any oher wall paper house, but as
our work .it no much superior w e are the
people 'cH should patronlte. i. Borwlck,
til South jMaln street.
nrWrnllin Instantly Killed.
CHAHLlk CITY. la... Oct. 9.-fipcclal
Telegram. )J A. Young, brakeman on the
Great Wee'tern win killed ' at Oaage, this
morning between two cars. Hla head waa
crushed an he died Instantly.
If your es do not feel comfortable It
may be that you need' glasses, or perhaps
the onea ydu are wearing do not suit: In
either caselyoU are inviting headache and
nervousness, i will .examine . your . eyes
thoroughly 'and tell you at mica where the
trouble Ilea Eye-sight is my apeclalty. W.
Wklnsnr). who formerly held tlie posi
tion at that rlace.
Ci f.K.VWt X '1 Next Monday, October 11.
the good neoiile of Ulenwo.1. are preparing
to cel'lirite Apple day. at the Burlington
riop.it, and treat every puss.rig"r and the
train ciewp. to sample of Mills county
apples, "without money and wiihoul price."
Bi.mXE tlcneral Manager J. L. Blake of
the Fort Iix1ie. lies Moines & Southern
railroad his Jut made an automobile rec
ord betw een ll'ii'iip and T rs Moines which
will piobably eland for many a day. He
outdistanced one of Ills own InterUrbun
ens. Ijcavlrg this citv after the car had
departed and hein-' in lea Moines enjoying
the eights there when the car arrived..
CHAKI.KS CITY In the last month or
so thirty nr housea have ben started in
Charles City ntid a good many more are
helng planned. The Mart-Parr company,
tho larK't trnctlon engine works In the
world, which Is located here, will put up
thirty housrs In th.lr new addition before
the first of January and other people
around town will build -at least twenty
five by that date. .
t'HKS'TON Mrs. J. H. Ir)mer. Mrs. H.
V. Klllott. Mrs. H. H. Sutton, all of this
city, and Miss Minnie Matthews of Jotfhs-
lown. Pa., were thrown from a carriage
yesterday when the vehicln was struck by
an automobile attempting to pass the cai
migc and failing to clear tho rear wheels,
caused the rig to turn over. Mrs. Lari
mer and Miss Matthews sustained broken
arms, hut the other women escaped with
severe bruises, and bad fright.
There Is nothing nicer In a home than
music. We have on hand a big stock of
otgans, ranging In price from J'i up. Buy
an organ now and we will take It back as
part pay on a piano later. A. Hospa- Com
pany, 29 Pearl street, 28 South Main street.
Council Bluffs, la.
(Continued from Sixth Page.)
one of the
RKL.L, optometrist.' 206-208 City
Bldg. Council Bluffs,- la.
ona JNews Aoiea.
UMn. B. K. Berry,
well known men of this oity
iy morning, after an Illness of
the following acting as pallbearers: Peter
Wies, James Wickham, sr., Jacob Neu
mayer, George 8. Davis. William S. Kee
llne and Ueorge V. Hughes.
J. XV. Stone, a well dressed man, said to
be a. Chicago Board of Trade operator, was
before Judge Snyder In police court yester
day morning, charged with havinir imbibed
too freely -of Council Bluffs llouor. Stone
shed copious tears while explaining to the
court how it waa that he happened to fall
py me .wayside, as the city needed the
.monoy.. Judge gnyder assessed Stone $5 and
Dr. F. T. Scybert la laid up at his home
on First avenue with a badly cut foot re
oelved while hunting at Lake Manawa
Friday evening. While attempting to ad-
Just the cover of his gasoline launch, Dr.
frieybert lost his footing and his right foot
caught In the screw propeller of the boat.
He waa first, taken, to Mercy hospital,
where the Injured member was dressed,
and later removed to his home.
-B. B. Ryan, for some
time past tte station agent at Fontanelle,
has been transferred to Barnard, Mo., ana
be will be ajucceeded at Fontanelle by W.
Talkls on Teeth
The Alieolar . Method, of, restoring
mieslng teLta is a practical plan.
We havi, copied as closely afterna'
tare as Possible, so aa to make Al
eolar teofl not only natural looking,
but Batu.ru acting, practical 'Tood
chewers,"i Jfirni as a rock In the mouth
and beautiful to look at aa well
The KMVt success of the Alveolar
Method Mfc "stirred up" the . profes
sion to siJj, an extent that from end
to end of khe continent! there are den
tists proi 'iging something In the way
of a "m 3thod" of restoring missing
teeth, wit nout plates that la supposed
to be "Jt 8t as good" as the only orig
inal alvear. But each and all lack
that "sot iethlng" necessary to make a
perfect Pieec of work.
You c4n see how necessary It Is to
get tntojthe right office, for If teeth
are lost tr destroyed by bungling den
tlstry thty are gone forever.
BrleflJ the Alveolar Method Is i
meaajf'oTi restoring missing teeth with
out tfce Am of partial plates or ordln
ary brldgfo work." All that we require
la two or more teeth, no matter which
nes, In ither Jaw to work from.
ii w3e teetn are -loose we can
tighten tliem Dy means of this method
And wljen the work la done then
jrou will oe happy. You will feel and
look youi,ger, for beautiful teeth en
bancs thL beauty as well as make for
So, wly not make an effort to have
this woijn done by ug?
The drellmlnary examination costs
you nothing n money or obligation.
We irjUBt see what the condition of
the motlth Is before we can promise
perfect piece of work
eena ffor our book If you are not
ear enclUgh to call, and read It care
FOR MF.DTCAL. AND FAMILY TTSR
BUY TOUR LIQUORS AT ROSRNFRLD
LIQUOR CO.. E19 S. Main. 'Phones 1321.
Garland base burners, with the two-
piece revolving fire pot, now on display.
Frlces t'j6.00, 00.00, $65.00. P. C. DeVol
Barter oil heaters, no smoke, no smell.
will heat your cold room. $4.50, $5, $. P.
C. DeVol Hardware company, B04 Broad
PAST SEVEN DAY'S IX SOCIETY
Various dab Heanme Actlvltlea of
Mr. and Mrs. T. E. Swan have gone for a
short visit tp Buffalo. N. T.
Dr. and Mrs. A. V. Hennessy are horoe
irom wieir weouing trip to Colorado.
Mrs. George T. Phelps left Tuesdav for
a visit with friends at Brazoria, Tex. .
Miss Elizabeth Squire has aa her guest,
ber cousin. Miss Ward of New York.
Mrs. I. N. Kent of Charter Oak. Ia.. wbj.
the guest last week of Mrs. C, W. Senift.
Mr. and Mrs. J. VV. Suuire are home from
Colorado, where they. spent the summer.
Mr. and Mrs. William Bell of Des Moines
are guests of Mr. and Mrs, F, A. Morgan.
Mrs. T. O. Turner has as her guest her
mother, Mrs. M. K. Wllllums of Atlantic,
Mrs. B. Stevenson of Verdigris. Neh., is
the guest of her sister, Mrs. T. F. McCaf-fery.
Mr. and Mrs. George A. Vanlnwegen are
home from an extended sojourn in New
Mrs. Fred Oelse and daughter Marie are
home from a two months' sojourn in Colorado.
Mrs. r . c. jacohson, 2HH Avenue B, en
tertained the Idle Hour club Thursday aft
Miss Iaura Shoemaker. 205 Grace street
was hostess to the Sigma Delta club last
Miss Edith Neunas left Monday for Car
roll, la., where she entered St. Angela's
. Miss Addle Jaseph of Vandalla, Mich., is
the guest of her uncle, Mr. N. Jaseph, 80S
Miss May Bennett of Ixis Angeles. Cal.,
Is the guest of Mr. and Mrs. L. Beardsley
Mt Park avenue. ;
Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Crockwell left Thurs
day for Sho Diego, Cal., where they will
spend the winter.
Mrs. Bayard Loomls of Fremont. Neb. Is
the guest of Mrs. Blanche McNIeoe. "35
Mrs, E. A. Huffhart of Atlantic. Ia.. is
visiting the family of her brother, Mr. J. O.
usun, on f irst street.
Mrs. M. E." Wllllts. 41!fl Harrison street
has as her guest her daughter. Mrs. A
H. Olds of Prossen. Wash.
Mr. J. E. 'Marble of Naoa. Cal.. who was
visiting his parents. Mr. and Mrs. W. R.
Marble, returned home Tuesday.
Mr. Porter E. Green of Jefferson. Ia..
was the guest last week of his sister, Mrs.
A. F. Hollls, 7 West Broadway.
Mr. and Mrs. E. Kngers of Willow avenue
are home from a trip to New ork City
and other eastern points of interest.
Mrs. E. If. Jones of Anthon. Ia.. was
the guest last week of Mrs. Thoma F.
McCaffery. 14 North Twenty-sixth street.
Mr. and Mrs. J. M. I.lnluger and daugh
ter have returned from a four months'
w agon and camping trip through Coin ado.
Mr. and Mrs. T. E. Cavln of Park avenue
you will want to call.
Dlt. L. E. SCOt'TEX
DU. E. U It. Ml'KPHY
Butte ftod-ftlO New York Life Bldg
Tel., IKug. 3773.
Omaha, Neb. '
vantane Ho. 4
In Depii ulnK your Money With The
Omaiii Loan & Building Ass'n
ptast Cor. 16th & Dodge Sta.
nof xprnie aDll no trouble.
ITH: Besides havlrjg It safj. get-
x per cent interest, vou are at
mail man brings the interest
lo your door each six months.
thlinethod lLat tby are constanUy
sendlujf their friends here to deposit
Ass4u 0Ver $2.800,000 1 all loaned
on flrbV mortgage on homea. the safest
At " Mortgage loans.
r; f inn rsr.At VKEK.
S.S00.000 Reserve $66,000
Nattlnger, Bee.- Treaa."
W. R. Adair, Aag't. Scy.
are visiting their daughter. Mrs. Merrick
an.l th Ir son. Mr. Harry E. Cavln, in Chi
cago. Mr andvMis. Asa Jones of Charter Onk.
1 r . . are visiting Mr. J-mes' uncle, Mr.
J. C. Baker.' and family, of North Seventh
Mr. sod Mrs. C. II Copson arrived home
Mtintlay fr.im Duhith. Miin., where they
spent the summer with their daughter, Mrs. :
F. II. Bell.
Mis. Martha, McCune of Denver has
come to spei.it the winter w ith her daugh- i
ter-ln-law. Mrs. V. J. Jhl'uni', Ura- '
I'.Jtn avenue. j
The llleiHture d'pnrtment of the Council
Blufls Woman's club will meet Thursday
afternoon with Mrs. Charles Swaine, 410
South Eighth strei t. . j
The current topics department of the
Council Bluffs Woman's club will meet
Wednesday afternoon at the home of Mrs.
Coot on Park avenue.
Miss E. F. Taylor left Tuesday for her
home In Cheshire. England, after a three
months' visit with her sister, Mrs. L.XA.
Smith, 17 Canning street.
Miss Flora Cooper, who is a teacher In
the public schools of Villisca, la., is spend
ing over Sunday with her p.irents, Jus
tice and Mrs. J. K. Cooper.
Mr. Leon Adrot of port Hamilton. Staten
Islard. N. Y., wns the guest ljst wuek of
Mr. and Mrs. C. F. P. Froom enroute hom
from a trip to Alameda, Cal.
Miss Etnma Baker Is home from Bloom
field. Neh. She was accompanied home by
the Misses Minnie and Amanda Ecker, who
w ill be her guests for a week or two.
The L. C. "fiOO" club will meet Tuesday
afternoon at the home of Mrs. George
Gibson on South NinXh street at which
time it will reorganize for the winter sea
son. The card party planned to be given
October 12, by the member of the Flower
Mission, has been postponed until October
-Ti, when it will he held at the home of
Miss Cecelia Wickham.
Mrs. T. K. Tow nsend and Miss Sue John
son of Lincoln, Neb., who have been the
guests of their brother, Mr. J. D. Johnson
and family, left Friday lor Los Angeles,
Cal., where they will spend the winter.
Mrs. J. E. Swan. Mrs. F. W. Miller and
Miss Mary Poole attended the golden wed
ding celebration of Mr. and Mrs. W. II.
Wendell at Plattsmouth Wednesday even
ing. While in l'luttsmouth they were the
guests of Mrs. A. K. Goss.'
Mrs. Claude B. Matthai has issued Invi
tations for a miscellaneous shower, to be
given Thursday afternoon, October 14, at
her home, 376 North First street. Ill honor
of Miss May Yates of Omaha, who will be
one of the November brides.
The regular mr-eting of the Oakland Ave
nue Heading club was held Friday after
noon at the home of Mrs. J. P. Greeni
shields. The club has taken up Mexico as
the topio for the season's study. The club
will be entertained Friday afternoon by
Mrs. F. W. Miller.
Mrs. W. A. Maurer was hostess to the
Monday Bridge club Monday afternoon at
her home, 831 Second avenue. The prize
for the highest score was awarded to Mrs.
W. S. Stlllman. The club will be enter
tained Monday afternoon at the home of
Mrs. It. 11 Montgomery.
The University club held an Informal
meeting Wednesday afternoon at the home
of Mrs. Robert Ingram. No program was
given, the afternoon being devoted to the
discussion of plans for the year's work.
The club will begin the Bayvlew course of
study next Wednesday afternoon.
The Pocahontas club was entertained
Thursday afternoon by Mrs. George Wes
ley. Three tables of "fi00" were played and
th club fork was won by Mrs. Albert
Norene who substituted for Mrs. Spare.
The club will meet next Thursday after
noon at the home of Mrs. Will Johnson on
South First street.
Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Morris of Mnrnlnir.
side had as their guests over Sunday Con-
Kiensman ana airs. w. li. Jamleson of
Shenandoah, Ia. Mr! and Mrs. Jamleson
were enroute home from Lincoln, Neb.,
where they attended the celebration of the
wedding anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. Wil
liam Jennings Bryan.
The opening meeting of the modern lan
guage department of the Council Bluffs
Woman's club held Thursday morning In
the club room in the library building was
devoted to reorganization and the discus
sion of plans for the season's work. Re
gular class work in the study of French
will be commenced next Thursday morning.
The Wednesday Bridge club was enter
tained Wednesday afternoon by Mrs. A.
W. Cassady. Three tables were used for
playing. Mrs. Ed Canning was awarded
the prize for tho highest score. The club
had as Its guests Mrs. Louis Zurmuehlen.
Mrs. Lucius Wells and Miss Cherrle Wells.
At the close of the game a course luncheon
was served. The club will meet next at
the home of Mrs. Pettlbone.
The first general meeting of the Council
Bluffs Woman's club for the season was
held Friday afternoon at the home of Mrs.
Catherine Smith. About forty women were
In attendance and a most Interesting ses
sion was held. The question of organizing
a Young Women's Christian association
was discussed, and the sentiment of the
members was In favor of the proposition.
Mrs. Walter I. Smith was named as chair
man of a committee to Investigate the mat
ter. Mrs. Thomas Metcalf, sr.: Mrs. Page
Morrison. Mrs. Thomas Q. Harrison and
Miss Mary DeVol attended the state con
ference of the Daughters of the American
Revolution In Sioux City last week as rep
resentatives of the Council Bluffs chnp
ter. Mrs. Metcalf was honored bv being
elected vice state regent. Mrs. Drayton
W. Bushnell, vice president general from
Iowa, was unahle to go to Sioux Cltv,
having been called to Washington. D. C.,
to attend a meeting of the national board.
The Ladles' Aid society of the First Con
gregational church entertained at Its regu
lar monthly kenslngton and bu.-dness meet
ing Tuesday afternoon at the home of Mrs.
J. H. Slrock. when about thirty members
were present. Plans for a birthday dlnnr
to be given some time In November were
dlfcusfed, also for a muslcalo to ho given
the last of this month at the home of
Mrs. P. J. Montgomery. At the close of
the business meeting a social hour wns
enjoved and llirht refreshments were served
by the hostess.
Mrs. C. G. Saunders of Oakland avenue
entertained the remits monthly meeting
of the Woman's Christian association last
Monday afternoon. The greater part of
the afternoon was taken up with routine
business end the reading of the monthly
reports. Further plans were made for the
shower to be srlven for the benefit of the
Jennie Kdmtindson hospital. At the close
of the business meeting a social sesdon
was enjoyed and ref reshments were serv.-d
by a committee composed of Mrs. C. S.
Bvrs. Mrs. J. B. Atkins. Mrs. .C. A.
Menefee and Mrs. William Taylor.
Mr. and Mrs. Guy Blair were tendered a
surprise party and tin shower Tuesday
evening al their home on Third avenue by
a number of young people of the First
All sizos famous nir tight
heaters burns any kind of
fuel like cut each,
and general dining
room furniture sale
boards starting as
low as, ea. $11.50
J k 10
Jp-X at the
Famous Garland medal
D ckash ' and prince
Beaver lines. Visit our
new store room As
Pxl2 Axminster Rug 822.G0
9x12 Imperial Velvet 916.50
9x12 Riverside Rug SS.20
Kitchen cabinet. Best of workman
ship and finish in light wood; 2
'flour fins, fully guaranteed $2.00
941 iwjrt- . : iAsv
French plate mir
rors; rubbed and
polished, solid oak;
low as .....$8.25
Tijjr a ffe down oi a Big filJ at ffie
IPjTm kti& District.
mlSm One Block West of
I ?ro THrf W, Thompson, Belden
itsy.' & co.'s. ; .
E . , I. I II I J 11 '-'I--""
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Seventeenth and Howard Sts.
The purchase of furniture, the furnish
ing of a home is always of supreme in
terest to the householder. In no other line
f domestic expenditure is so much time,
thought ond care exorcised. The Central
kind of furniture Is the kind that lasts,
not for a season, but for years Perma
nent, Useful and Ttcautiful.
Try the Central Way.
Seventeenth and Howard Sts.
This range is
teed good bak
e r, duplex
wood or coal;
Priced at 024.50
naptlst church. Games and ifiuslo fur
nished the entertainment for the evening,
supper being served at a late hour. Those
present were Mr. and Mrs. C. P. Lanham,
Mr. and Mrs. O. H. Harding, Mr. and Mrs.
N. E. Meneeray, Mr. and Mrs. Guy Blnlr,
Miss Day, Miss Swanson, Miss Nellie Harl,
M ins Claudia Harl. Miss Olive Harl, Miss
Potter, Miss Huston, Miss Ida Johnson,
Miss Emily Vuagnlaux, Miss Eva Olmstead,
Miss Sarah Larson and Miss Jessie Llnln
ger. Mr. and Mrs. F. I TAlnson entertained
at a family dinner Tuesday evening at
their home on Canning street In honor of
Mr. and Mrs. Elmer F. I.alnson of this cltv
find Mrs. A. J. Olfford and Miss PrnrI
Olfford of Miller, S. D. The guests wore
seated at one long table, which was effec
tively decorated with flowers and frui.
Music was a pleasant feature of the even
ing. Covers were laid for Mr. and Mrs.
A. F. Lalnson and son Elden, Mr. and Mrs.
Elmer F. I.alnson, Mr. and Mrs. F. X..
Lalnson and famllv, Mrs. George J. Laln
son. Mrs. A. J. Olfford, Miss Prarl Olfford,
Miss Florence Lalnson, Miss Ruth Lalnson
and Mr. William Lulnson.
Mrs. T. O. Turner was hostess to the
Book Lovers" club at Its opening meeting
of the season Wednesday afternoon. The
study of Belgium was begun with a geo
prnphlcal description of the country by
Mrs. D. P.. Palley. Mrs. I. N. Fllcklnger
contributed an interesting outline of the
hiHtory of the country from the early days
down to the eighteenth century, while Mrs.
Metcalf told of the character of the peo
ple. Mrs. J. G. Wadsworth described some
of .the rivers and Mrs. J. T. Hamilton
gave some interesting facts concerning the
climate. Tho program closed with the dis
cussion of current events led by Mrs. H. j
XV. Tllton. The club will meet W cdnes
day at the home of Mrs. Turner.
Invitations have been Issued for the wed
ding of Miss Edna Kcellne, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. George A. Keeline of Park
avenue and Mr. Conrad Hpens of Omaha'
which will take place Suturday evening,
October 23 at St. Paul's Epis .niil church
and will he followed by a reo-Vlon at the
G-rand hotel. Mrs. Glenn - VI"rtnn of
Omaha Is to hr matron of honor, and Miss
Elizabeth Adair of Atlantic, Ia.. maid of
honor. Mrs. Arthur Keeline and Miss Jean
Elwood of Dekalb. III., will lie the other
attendants of the bride. Mr. Pitffer of Chi
cago will he best man snd the ushers will
be Mr. E. M. Fairfield. Mr. John T.
Stewart. 2d, Mr. A. M. Jeffrey. Mr. J. E.
Buckingham and Mr. Arthur Keeline.
Tuesday evening, at the home of the
bride's mother, Mrs. Mattie Orrell, 1504
Eighth avenue. Miss Edyth May Orrell and
Mr. Charles Lee Crewdson were united In
marriage, the ceremony being performed by
B Edgar Price, pastor of the First
Christian church. The rooms were prettily
decorated with autumn flowers, leaves and
berries. The bride wore a dainty gown of
white Swiss trimmed with German Valen
ciennes lace The bridal couple were at
tended by Mr. and Mrs. Earl Caughey of
Oklahoma. Following the ceremony re
freshments were served bv Mrs. Ogl Jen
sen. Mrs. I. FrederlckHon. mi i-auison.
Miss Laura Herr and Miss M'llie Herr
There were about forty guests Present. Mr.
snd Mrs. Crewdson went to Kansas Cltv
for a wedding trip, and on their return
will make their home at Eighth andMyn
The Ideal club met Tuesday afternoon
at the home o' Mr. John P. Orran. Re
ports from the biennial at Davemort
furnished on Interesting rroeram for the
nfternoon. Mrs. Lewi Cutler anve en
interesting account of the practical work
done bv the Iowa federation toeether
club will be at the home of Mrs. Ak
wlth, October 1
Don't wait till it gets too cold to have
your fall wall paper work done. Right
now is the time. Our stock is complete,
fresh new and up-to-date. C. Jensen,
Free Christian Science lecture by Mrs.
Sue Harper Mlms of Atlanta, Ga., Sunday
afternoon at 3 o'clock in Star theater. All
The Fashion, ladies' tailoring, Tt. II. Em
leln, proprietor, late fitter Orkln Bros. I
do first class work reasonable. I make
suits fur $15, skirts $5. I also do altering
to suit. Would you give me a trial? S3
South Main street.
You want j'pur money's worth when you
buy a piano. Vou are not sure of this un
less you buy It of A. Hospe Company, M
Tearl street, 28 South Main, Council Bluffs.
See Sperling & Trlplett.
for gasoline engines.
N. T. Plumbing Co. Tel. JTO. Night. L-1702.
The best time for painting a house on the
outside is now. See Jensen, Masonic
Lectures on Civic Reforms
0. W. 1
.' ' . a
Log. for Buddhist Temple.
When It leaves Llnnton for Chins
the steamer M. S. Dollar will have on
board one of the most singular cargoes
of lumber that has ever left the port.
Its deck load Is composed ot huge unsawed
logs which are destined to go into a
There are about twenty-flvt of these
logs, and they range in length from 105
to 106 feet. They average about forty
three inches to the butt, and each weighs
In the neighborhood of fifteen tons. They
will be discharged somewhere along the
river between Shangh.-fc ond Hankow,
after which they will have to be taken a
long distance Into the Interior of the
country, where they will be used In mak
ing repairs to a Buddhist temple which
Is many centuries old.
The work of transferring them from
the coast to their destination will be
an enormous task, as for most of the
wav mev win nave io iw irmirii
some primitive methods, and it will he the
work of months to get them to their
destination. Oregon Journal.
The Weather Man will now
do a few Stunts
While he is busy we want to supply you with "
from our big new yard at the south end of Sixteenth street
viaduct. A large stock of carefully selected heat producers--each
the best of its kind. Prompt deliveries always.
L B. McCOUti 00.
Homo of the Long Ton.
rtnk . ay i
Reflection, of a Bachelor.
Politics and religion are habit; morals,
Pride can take its fall and think It was
The reason a woman can go mad oveJ
a man Is he ought to over her. l
What gives people keenness about things
Is the danger thev may turn Its edge.
You can tell when a girl Is pretty by
the way she will believe you If you say
The deeper a man could fall In love with
a girl the deeper she would want It to be.
We can work for our own bread and
butter or we can play for the delight of
One of the justifications for the way a
girl makes a fool of a man Is he never
dreams It. ,
A woman wants to get better clothes than
her neighbor, knowing the other will go
with -an outline of the nodal side of the jand get better than hers, when she can
meeting. Mrs. Oreai spoke of the iren
eral linnres1onH 'eft ny the biennial, tell
ing esneclallv of the pole snd grace
with which the women preside,! end of
the wonderful prosrrss snd Intellectual
growth of lows elvh . women durinar
recent vearn Mrs. Ornran also gsve a
humerous account of the club women's
trtn to Davenoort. whth afforded much
amusement. Current even Is were e!en
in resnonpe to the roll call. Th elnh
will meet Tuesdav. when 't wll' tike un
the studv -if the woi"n of the Rtble and
famous women of history.
The Atlns club held Its opening meet
ing for the seson Tt.sdav afternoon
at the home of Mis Emma Tteehe. presi
dent of the cluh The club hgan the
situdy of Tndln with n general description
of the country which wa srlven bv Mrs.
K W. Kevs. India's de-cent thruh suc
cessive generation. w''h Inserted episode"
iA accretions nurrallv. of ancient snd
! mythlca' tndla were Iho elvin "Ti Mrs.
Keys. Mrs Frank Hiwhinl described
the three-race sources of India, namely,
the Scyth'ons, non-Avr'ans snd the
Avrlans. Mrs. R H. Bloomer rave nn
outline of Sanscrit literature, tetlln of the
hrep ciases the ved'c, the epic, and the
dramatic Mrs. O D. Wheeler acted as
leader of the discussion of the current
events, which closed the prouram. The
clui wll' meet October 19. at the home
of Mrs. Hoaelsnd on Oakland avenue.
The Tuesdav History rluh held Its first
inectin? of this season Tuesdav afternoon
at the home of Mrs. .1. K. Cooper. The
club beirsn the stiidv of Holland with a
reographlcal descrintlon of th country
and a consideration of the' earlv In
habitants given bv Mrs Charles Pnrdum
Mrs C. G Sennders tel.t of he strugele
between the Dutch an 1 the Romans, and
Mrs). W. C Joseph told of the Snxotii
and the Frsri's In Holland. A" In-
erestlns: account of the missionary
work done in the Netherland by Rt. Boni
face, was given bv Mrs. J. K. Cooper. In
connection with her topic, "Tli Introduc
tion of Chrtsianlty " Mrs A. W. Ask
wlth told of the draining of the lakes,
and Mrs. ,T. .T. Splndler told of the floods
and inundations attainst which the In
habitants struvvled Mrs 8 R. Snvder
descrliied the canals of Holland and Mrs
Iell Morgan gave a description of the
city of I'trecht At the close of
program, light refreshments were serv
. Ik. I. Tha m.
do il again, too. New York Press.
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41. 1 per cent In de las' dirteen years.
Bllnky Blake Well, well, well! An' yet
dere are a lot o' people who go right along
thlnkin' we gits our livln' cheap an' easy.
Weary I Hit's right. Let 'em remember
wot de hund-me-outs cost now compared
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When Opportanit Knocks.
A new Jersey farmer, whose fuim Is
near a school for hoys, was yreatly an
noyed by the depredations of the yoiing-
ntrs. r inning, iwo or ine Hoys helping
themselves to nts choice apples, he ushered
them from his premises, ably assisted by
the toe of his boot.
The following day he found the same
boys loitering lu the vicinity of hla orchard
fi nee. (
"What you young scamps hnngln" round
here for7" he shouted. "I told you yester
day what you'd sit if I caught you on my
"Yes, sir, we lememher," explained the
spokesman. "We d'dn'l come for apples
his time. - We came to ask you to join our
'ool ball eleven." Harper's Weekly.
"No, Alice," counsels the fond mamma,
"you should not marry Mr. Leftover. If
you do you will regret It."
"Why, mamma, because he Is a wid
ower?" - "Not exactly. But he will not make a
"Why, - mamma! Everybody knows that
.tills his wife was alive he was a. shining
model for all the other husbands in town.
He never drank, smoked or swore; he
never stayed out Jate at night; ha never
danced with anyone but her he waa sim
"I know, my child. And I want to tell
tell you that a man who has been held
down that way during his first marriage
will know how i to dodge such rules tha
second time." Life. r
A Viper in f.ir stomach v "
ia dyspepsia, complicated with liver and.
kidney troubles. Electric Bitters help alt!
such eases or no pay. TiOc. Hold by Beaton
find that their heads are too large to fit
Blessed are the meek, for When the last
trump sounds a groat many people will
into un aureole.
The man who stands In his own way is '
not necessarily blocking the traffic.
No man ever got the better oT his wife
in an argument without regretting it.
A roiling stone gathers no moss, but who
wants to be a mossback?
W hoso mocketh a mauled man, let him
take heed, for a fool Is born, every minute
and the mocker himself fblleth by the way
side Smart et.
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