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THU DEMOCRATIC BANNER.
TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 19, 1912
ttUUNI VbRNON, OHIO
FRANn HARPER, EilUr
Entered at the Ut. Varum, 0 post
Be as second ctaaa mall matter.
Subscription Rate f 1.50 per year.
Resolutions of Respect, Obituaries and
Cards of Thanks, five cents per line.
To Have Kroads Tips Change
In I lie Style
Ostrich fcathorn lmvo como Into
tbolr own again. Tlioy nro iinod for
hats, far boas, niid,Jii n myriad otlior
For lint trimmings mio, plume, full
and lout', Is comddoicd milllulont, nnd
In almost every InMnnto Uio Up of tho
plume la placed lowaid tho back of
tho lint, or resting on Uio hnlr at Uio
back of tlio head,
Thoso who have ostrich fcithorfl
tucked nway In boxes waiting for
fasbluti to demand thorn ngnln will find
that tho plumes mo probably nol In
such excellent condition thnl Uicy can
bo urcd In this way. nor should thoy bo
wlllowcd, for tho wlllowcd plumes nro
pilto out, and I ho tit y In of feathers
now used In eo full of llltlo polntu of
fashion that one with careful oyos can
soon detect tho rcpaltod and Mainlin
ed from tho new ones. For Instance,
tho long, narrow feather is rompleto
ly out also; tho now mini havo short;
Hut one's old feathers can bo dono
over In eotno remarkably clover wayn,
so that thoy aro not' merely repaired,
hut present tho olletX of now goods,
and the prices cbiiif;od for such work
aro inodornte, s.tyn tho Now York
Quito channlni; nm Uio tailored or
naments mndo fiom old tips and bits,
and theso lit) 1 a place on tho plain
tints. Hat bnndii of olrlch JYulhorH
aro also to, bo mndo of old pluinos,
though thosu nro not mi uncommon an
many other thliigti which may ho dono
Willow ud plumes, lr Uio way, may
bo unwlllowcd nnd recurled. And In
connection with tho recurllng notion,
It Is generally supposed that black
plumes me always Ihe best Invnsb
mont.'for thy'ciih4ie''t"edyeiVso easily;
but this Is n fiilliuiy.'for 'thero (it no
tone to hard to mnlio over nu rusty
black, as the process taken much fioni
tho natural feather, which must then
bo ndded to with now material.
Tho little Pierrot inffs may bo mndo
out of old feiiluoiK. Theso aro form
ed of a row or curly Una. "beneath
which Is a hand of i.atju In five foils,
which lies Mat against tho collar, and
below this fulls a lino of ostrich Hues.
Flues nro tho soft, feathery part of tho
plume which extend Irotn tho center
stem, backbone, or ipilll. The rutf
measures ubout sixteen Inchon nnd is
finished with itn immense bow of satin
mntchlui; the featheis, unevenly tied,
and standing up and down
Of course, the contour of every wo
man's face does not permit her to
wear full ncclf mini, but for thoso
who lairtho fashion Is fascinating. For
those who (iiiiiiol, 11 is possible to
make over old pluiue.i Into a flat le
vers, which Is then siillu or plush lined,
as furs nro, nnd Incomes n pr.irtlc.il
expo, nnd n veiy lovely one. 'lltcso
rovers (tie to bo popular foi opera
Taupe Is the most demanded of col
ors at tho moment, but Ha ilvsl is the
now I'ioihIi red known as Homiurd,
thoso who Unci they rinuut wear It
against tho fuco will place It In soino
Tingle of tho hat, wheio it will strlku a
note of contrast. Pnle blue and pink
rue also seen iuostiich feathers for
evening wear. These two hints aro
IlKhter than usual.
Mnny boas are made with the Fienrh
flowers and satin ilhbous, and nro
round, thniiKh the flat styles aio still
worn, Those which Mend In tints
from white to gtay and from stone
gray to black aro slilkliiK, and ran bo
worn by almost any woman as far as
bur Individual cnJoilug iVfA; they aro
also appropriate for evepliiK or day
wear, which makes them worth consid
ering. Muffs contrived -from tho ostrich
feathers mo Jn'nd form for evening
wear. Theyiarw suite, and modeled on
tho tamo lines as fur muffs,
A Now York woman wants a divorce
because her husband drinks cologne.
She can't ho blamed, considerim; the
' 6dor of norne of tho concocliona chuts-
.odundor that tuuue.
A FRIEND IN NEED
Just a Bit of Life as It Cropped
Out on a Railway Train.
A TOUCH OF REAL HUMANITY.
The Rough Looking Man Who Proved
That Hi Heart Was Big and In the
Right Place and the 8habby but
Grateful Foreigner He Befriended.
"Whenever 1 hear anything tlown.
days nhout 'man's Inhumanity to
man.' " said a Providence cltlen the
other dny, "I am reminded of a llltlo
incident. 1 was coming hack from
Huston with a friend on the midnight
train, and, getting on board nt the
Hack II. iy station, we found a seat
near the rear end of the car.
"Soon nfter the train pulled out I
happened to look around nnd saw tho
conductor nppnicutly expostulating
with n rather shabby looking specimen
or humanity who was sitting In the
Inst seat. At first I thought tho man
was drunk, but us I wntched I saw
that be was a foreigner who couldn't
understiiud English. He was holding
out a crumpled one dollar bill to the
conductor nnd saying 'New York' over
mill over ugiiln.
"Finally the conductor shook his
head, said something I couldn't catch
nnd went on The foielgner. a rather
decent looking young fellow, gazed nt
him despairingly, then hurled bis face
In his hands and began to cry. With
Ihe iisunl callous Indifference of the
traveling public to tho tumbles of any
one else. I paid no more attention to
the man and prepared to take a nap.
"I wns Just beginning to doze when I
became aware Hint a man was stand
ing beside mu In the nlsle. speaking to
tne. I sat up nnd looked nt lilni. Ho
wns a rough appearing man. far from
prepossessing, clean shaven, with a
sort of bulldog face,
"'Hay, gents,' ho began, 'I wnnt to
know If you wouldn't llko to help n fel
"I stiffened Instinctively, determined
to refuse to let him make it 'touch.'
" There's a poor young forelgnei
bnck there.' ho went on with a Jerk of
Ills thumb toward the-alien, still sit
ting with bowed bead, 'and he's up
against It fur fair. Ho can't speak a
word of English, and bo wants to go
to New York, where he has friends.
" 'lie got the Idea somehow ho could
do It fur a dollar, all lie's got: but. of
Course, be can't, nnd they're going to
put him off the train when we get to
Providence. It's mighty hnrd on n fel
ler like him, and there ain't any tell
ing whnt'll hnppen to him gelling put
off In a strange city nt 1 o'clock In llio
morning. I thought may ho you'd he
Willing to give a llltlo l" help him
"Ho slopped, looked us straight In
the eye and smiled sheepishly as If he
were ashamed of what he was doing.
Wo gave him n dollar, and he went on
through thn car. and there were few or
the passengers who didn't respond to
tho appeal. He came buck counting
tho money, and as ho got to our seat 1,
heard him say:
"There'H a dollar more needed I'll
make It up myself!' nnd ho pulled out
a collide of II fly cent pieces and added
them to the amount.
The conductor and the brnkemnu
were standing at the door of the car
near the foreigner's seat.
"'Here,' said the man who had col
lected the money to the alien; 'give me
"Dumbly, hut trustingly, the young
fellow handed It over, nnd, giving It
to the conductor with the rest, the bull
dog man said gruflly:
"There's Ills fare,'
"It slowly dawned on the alien whnt
had been done for him, nnd ns (he con
ductor punched the rcluto check and
handed It to him the gratitude In tils
face was Indescribable. He couldn't
speak, but he took his cup off nnd
bowed again and again to tho oillclni,
hut the latter pointed to the passenger
who was silting In his seat across the
nlsle and told the youth that be was
(he one to (haul.
"Tlie Inieignei ciossed the (lisle till
he stood sipiaiely In (tout of his hum
fuel or. took off his cap nnd, with tears
of gratitude In tils c.ves, bowed again
nnd again It was evident enough that
the heiii'l'iiotor was einlsiiiassed by
this uucspci led oiithuist At llrst he
waved his Iniiid aiound the car to hull
esle that ovcijhody bad tiad n hand In
It. lint lie couldn't make the liiielguer
understand. The hitter kept on how
lug, wlicieupou the, u ncuiu I'oi table In
dividual In the seat giiiuted and turn
ed to look out of the window.
"I have never seen," concluded the
man who was telling the story, "a
Mndller-lf I were n girl I should say a
sweeter-act or charity In my life. Sit
ting across (lie aisle, this hard faced
muii tiad heard the story of the for
eigner, hclplcs, alone and frightened,
and out of pure goodness or heart,
without any necessity for doing It, he
liiid taken upon himself the ungrateful
task or soliciting money from the rent
of the people In that ear to help out a
mau he'd never seeu before and would
probably never see agslu." Providence
The New Star.
"How did you become an actorY I
suppose you studied Shakespeare ami
othei master for many weary hours "
"Not exactly," responded the promi
nent star, "I became an actor by mak
ing a three huso hit In a pinch "
Tho best part of beauty Is that wblcii
o picture can ecprcM.-Uacuu,
HAWAII'S VOLCANIC INFERNO.
. A Peep Into Ktlauea's Lake of Brim
J atone and Fire.
Kllauea, In Hawaii. Is a round, ei
tlnct crater about three miles across
and 700 or 800 feet deep. It has been
the scene of terrltlc explosions In past
ages, but It has now dwindled to tho
small uctlve crater of Hulemuumnii.
which Is sunk near the middle of It
like a huge pot, ttK) or more feet deep
and 1,000 feet across.
In the uildnftcruoon a pnrty of eight
of ten of us on horseback set out to
visit tho volcano. The troll led down
tho broken and shelving side of the
crater, nmld trees nnd bushes, till It
struck the floor of lava nt the bottom.
Our course took us out over tho
cracked nnd contorted Invn beds, where
no green thing was growing. Tho
forms of the lava (low suggested
mulled nnd writhing dragons, with
horrid, gaping mouths uud vicious
claws. The lavn crunched beneath the
horses' feet like shelly and brittle Ice.
At one point we passed over u wide.
Jagged crack on n bridge. As we nenred
the crnter the rocks grew warm and
sulphur and other fumes streaked the
When Imlr n mile from tho crater we
dismounted and, leaving our horses In
charge of the guide, proceeded on foot
over tho cniek.ed and heated lava rocks
toward the brink of this veritable
dovll's cnldrom. The sulphur fume?
nre so suffocating that it can he np
preached only on the wlndwnrd side.
The llrst glance Into thnt fearful lilt
Is nil that your Imagination can picture
It. You look upon the traditional lake
of brimstone and lire, nnd If devils
were to appear skipping about over the
surface with pitchforks, turning their
victims ns (he cook turns her frying
crullers In the sputtering fat, It would
not much surprise you. This liquid Is
rather thick nnd viscid, but It Is boil
ing furiously, (.rent masses of It nre
thrown up Torty or lirty feet nnd fall
with n crush like that of the surr upon
Tho mass of boiling lava Is said to bo
nhout one and one-half ncres In extent.
Its surface Is covered with large masses
of floating crust, black and smooth,
llko leather or rooting paper, nnd be
tween theso musses, or Islands, tho
molten lavn shows In broad, vivid
Hues. It Is never quiet.
Looking upon this sccno with tho
thought of the traditional lake of tiro
and brimstone of our forefathers in
mind, you would say that these black,
filthy looking masses floating about on
the surface were tho accumulation of
nil tho bad stuff thnt had been fried
out of tho poor sinners since bell wns
Invented. How much wickedness nnd
iincharlty nnd evil thought It would
rcpresentt If the poor victims were
clarified nnd made purer by the proc
ess, then It would seem worth while
John Uurroughs lu Century.
Helping the Books.
Persons nhout to Install new libra
ries or ttwo who (hid their hooks In
hud condition will ho glad of the ad
vice offered on this subject by n writer
In Los Annnles (Paris). Glass cases
should always be nvoldcd except for u
few precious volumes which nro spe
cially looked after and frequently dust
ed since the confined atmosphere nnd
lack of air circulation In such book
cases nro favorable to the development
of germs, Insects uud mold. "Second
ly," ndds the Sclentllle American, "tho
simple precaution should be taken of
placing on the shelves behind the
books ntilps of cloth or Manuel mois
tened with beiirlue. phenol, tobacco
Juice or turpentine. These strips give
excellent results If renewed from time
One4of the Stipulations.
A vegetarian engaged u (iermnn cook
lady not long ago. His wife liked the
nppeiirunco or the applicant Her ref
erences weio good uud the wages she
demanded not coth!tuut.
"I'd llko to have you tome." snld tho
lady of tho house, "hut perhaps joii
won't want to live with us. Wo nro
vegetarians and never have any meat
in the house. Would you he satisfied
with u vegetable diet 7"
The ftiiulelu HciutclicM her head.
"Veil," she said dubiously, "Is Peer
n wegetableV" Olev eland Plain Dealer.
Verbal unUpnthlesuiouiiuuion, Most
of us hate the feel, so to speak, of cer
tain words "victuals," for lustuuie.
Is veibtil astigmatism pi e a lent, too,
we wonder? We never know the dlf
foience between "subjective" and "ob
jective," and we have n lihili icspect
for writers who uso those winds Intel
ligently, "Ingenuous" nnd "disingenu
ous" alwa.v.s pu.lo us too. franklin
P, Adams lu Metropolitan.
Sharp Tongued Bernhardt
Surah llornh'urdt Is quoted us having
pnld her respects to Isabella of Ita
varla, consort of Charles VI. of France,
In this wise: "It Is to her thnt wo owe
the Invention of the corset, but It was
she, too, who sold the half of France
to F.uglnnd, There wan no crime of
which that woman was not capable."
Told Her Why.
"I'd Ilka to know why you hired a
young woman for a typewriter?" de
manded Mrs. Ullow of her husband.
"80 I could havo some one to dictate
to," replied the unhappy msu, New
The Way He Put It
He I have a compliment for yon.
dear, She What U It7 He-Mrs.
Jones says you have thu handsomest
husband In town. Life.
Qo on nnd make errors and fall and
tiet up again. Only go oul-llruiUvtt
TO BE SOLVED
Wilson's Idsas as to Forelfn
Relations Disturb Diplomats.
MAY UPSET PRESENT COURSE
Issue of "Dollar Diplomacy" Brings
Up the Pressing Latin-American
Question, Including the Soothing of
Colombia For the Loss of Panama.
Russian Situation Another Trouble
some Matter For the New President.
Washington, Nov 18. What aro
Woodrow Wilson's Ideas as to foreign
nffalrs? Thnt Is a question which of
flclnt Washington, Including members
of tho diplomatic corps, Is asking re
peatedly now. And strangely enough,
nobody seems to know where President-elect
Wilson Rtands as to foroirn
pollclos which have been built up un
der Republican ndmlnltrntlons.
Ab tho broadest In Its application
and bearing upon American Interests,
Mr. Wilson will first have to decldo
whether he la to Indorse nnd maintain
the Republican policy of giving gov
eminent nld to American capital seek
ing Investments In foreign landB nnd
Amcrlenn producers socking mnrkots
nbrond for American goods. This pol
icy, dubbed "dollar diplomacy," has
been bombarded again and again by
A moro specific question under this
phase of foreign rotations which Pres
ident Wilson will havo to nnswer con
cerns tho proposed OhlncHo lonn of
$300,000,000. Ho will have either to
commit himself to this government's
activity In favor of iltal or else he
must disavow It and take tho United
States out of tho concert of six na
tions on tho Chinese loans.
Thn Issue of "dollar diplomacy" also
brlnga up at once tho tremendously
prosslng T.atln-Amorlcnn question.
Tho number of governments to be
dealt with and their nearness to tho
United Stutes nnd tho Panama canal
mako the Latln-Amerlcnn question
probnbly the most Imperative of nil
problems that will confront the Incom
ing administration. Events nro mov
ing rnpldly In I.utln-Amerlcn nnd
bring with them tho necessity for tho
establishment of new preccdcntB upon
tho pnrt of tho government of the
One or the Interesting questions
whlrh Mr. Wilson will havo to solvo
Is the mntter of soothing Colombia
for the loss of Panama, Tho Demo
crats In congress havo agitated this
mntter for the hiBt two years, and nc
cused previous Heiiubllcnn ndmlnlstra-
vtlons of tho blackest of crimes for
their treatment of Colombia,
Mr. Wilson Is on record us declar
ing thnt he would glvo his sanction to
no treaty with Itussln which did not
guarantee equal trentmont of all
Amorlcnn cHI7ciib, regardless of raco
or religion, by Russia. Ho will un
doubtedly therfore find himself In an
unplensnnt sltnnllon as regards rela
tions with Russia.
WOMAN SLEEPS IN PEW:
PULLED OUT OF CHURCH.
Now York, Nov. 18 Miss
Eleanor Mickey went to sleep In
a pew In tho Catholic Church of
Our Lndyvnr Mt. Cnrmol at 187th
strcel nnd nclmont avenue, the "
Hronx. Kho snored bo loudly that
the Ilov. Father Joseph Coffuzzl.
who was conducting tho mass,
asked her to stop out. Rho re-
fused and mndo such a disturb-
nnce thnt Pollcomun Lnndvoowas
culled In nnd she was arrested.
JAMES Q. HnVVtRD DEAD
Ruckeye Journalist and Founder of
Ohio Society of New York,
Washington, Nov. 18. Jnmes Quay
Howard, for many years Identlllcd
with New York city newspapers as nn
odltoilnl w liter, chief appraiser of the
Now Yoik customs houso from the
enrly eighties uud founder of the Ohio
wclety of Now Yoilc, died lu Wash
ington. Ho wns boil) abount (10 yenis
ngo nt Newark, O., educated nt Ohio
Wesleyan uulveislty und Mnrlottu col
lego, nnd was admitted lu 1800 to tho
Ohio bnr. Ho will be burled In ltock
The Way Ha, Put It.
She (after it tiff)-You wilt admit you
Were wrong? lie ia' young lawyeri
No, hut I'll admit that an unintentional
Tree might have unknowingly crept
nub (angrllyi-Here! What do yon
ktean by waking me nut of a sc-ind
sleep? Wife lecuu the sonS was
too dlstresHlng.-HoHtott Tranxrrlot.
"Wealth doesn't always bring happi
ness," remarked tho youngster with
V10 large spectacles,
"Nnvv," nsser(ed (heather kid. "Look
M me cousin yonder. IIo's got 2 cents
and he a.n't decide between lollipops
nnd Ico . k t." Pittsburgh Post.
A COW tllRSUH
When J. Vnnausdalo and family of
tho Kinney road, returned homo In tho
evening from a day's visit, upon In
vestigation they1 found their smoke
houso had been entered and a
great quantify of their winter provi
Upon a close Investigation" of tho
burglar trail, suspicion pointed to
wards their valuable cow, for which a
search at onco started, Tho cow was
soon located not far from the scene
of the burglary and found to bo In
Dr. C. C. Crlder, the veterinary sur
geon, of Mt. Vernon, was hurriedly
called and after examining pronounc
ed tho ease to bo very serious, known
ns Impaction of the Rumen with gas
trills, the only chunco to snve tho ani
mals life being tho operation of rumen
otomy which was at onco performed.
Pickles, green tomatoos, mangoes,
cabbage, Bwcet corn, gasollno binder
canvas nnd bed ticking to tho amount
of something near CO gallons being
Tho operation pioved to bo suc
cessful and tho tow 'burglar Is still
giving her How of milk, has a good ap
petlto and seems to be but little worse
fiom her great feast of Sunday, Oc
tober 20, 1912.
Bismnrek' Prophetic Pipe.
Prince Hlsuiurca was a grent pipe
collector, nnd 'the gem of his collection
hud a curious history. Mnny iears ago
Hlsmurck wus uicosied by n peddler
nnd asked to buy a plain meerschaum
pipe of the typo that lie most nffected.
At llrst he declined, but the peddler
clnlmed for thu pipe a power of fore
cast nnd told him he would serve
three empeiors ns minister nnd that
three Important clmnges In life would
bo foretold by accidents befalling the
pipe. Laughing. Hlsmurck Jmtight the
pipe. He served three emperors: nnd
two dnjM before the historic occasion
when he wns rofused an nudlome the
stem of the pipe fell to pieces. Later
he chipped a piece from the side of
the bowl accidentally, and within a
month his practical dismissal by tho
Odd Tips For Lottery.
Stranger tips for choosing lottery
numbers have been given than even
communications from n deceased aunt.
Grnut Duff hud from Lord Houghton
the following In connection with the
death or Sir William Stlrllng-.Muxwell
In 187S: "When he utrlved nt Venhe
on his Inst Journey the hotel keeper,
seeing his arrive ulone. gave him nn In
different room. No. 1(1. When he he
cunio 111 he was transferred to a better
one. No. 8. and. when he became very
111. to the best the man hud ut Ills dis
posal, No. -I. After be died the serv
ants took the numbers 111. S. 4. ndded
SO.' the number which .stands, us It ap
pears, for death In the lottery lan
guage, and playing on them won ilO.OOO
t runes." Louden Stmidiiid.
His Great Scheme.
"Yes, this Is n wonderful country,
hut I'd hate to llvo here. You say two
tornndoes havo swept through this re
gion since j on bought tho ranch?"
"Yes, lu plain sight of my house."
"Orent. Scott! And you nro going to
"I guess jos. I'm going to stick
horo und iniiko my everlasting for
"I've got a motion picture mnrhln
all ready for the next one." Chicago
The Elegy Revised.
Tlio lowltiK hoiit winds o'or the lea
N'uir cIohq of day.
Mnuil Mullnr gnrca nt them. She
Id rnklntf liny.
Tho plow man ploddeth homo to hiipj
Hut. scglns Maud,
He tnkf" n liiacn ami HtrnlKhlciis up
IIIh hIiouUIoih hroiid,
Ho Htoim to clmt; lio stonln n. kW
lly Homo 111 WeliiiiK.fi
Fuw' pooplo ever he ml of this.
Tlintr brief loinunco.
Heeoiloellnii W the onlv paiadlse from
which we eniiiiiu lie turned out
The Arnold Store
A complete line of arti
cles for Wood Burning and
repairs and parts of outfits
Prices the Lowest
Fern Dishes, ..Candle
Sticks and Shades and
other articles in Pierced
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Beautiful Sets and exclusive patterns.
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NOTED MEN FACE
New York, Nov. 18 Julian Haw
thorne, tho well known author and
Journalist Joslnh Qulncy, former may
or of Huston, nnd several othors asso
ciated with them In tho so-called Haw
thorno mining Interests In Canada,
were brought Into the United States
District Court today for trial. The In
dlctmont on which they are to be (tied
charges them with making fraudulent
uso of the malls in disposing of min
ing stock. 'Investors from many parts
of tho country havo been summoned to
testify at tho trial.
ANNUAL JOHN JAY BANQUET
Kansas City, Mo., Nov. 18 Speak
ers of unusua distinction aro to bo
hoard at tho annual John Jar banquet
of tho Kansas City Commercial Club
tomorrow night Chin Yang Tang, tho
Chinese minister at Washington, heads
tho list. Tho othors will Include Jos-eph-K
Itansdell, United States sona-tor-olect
of Louisiana, nnd Itev. W. T,
Dorward, pastor of tho Tabernaclo
Baptist church of Milwaukee
CLUBWOMEN AT FORT WORTH
Fort Worth, Texas, Nov. 18 Several
hundred delegates to tho flfteonth an
nual convention of the Texas Stato
Federation of Women's Clubs aro al
roady In Fort Worth, and othors nro
nrrlvlng on every train. Tho execu
tive board moots tonight and tho regu
lar sessions of tho convenUon will
bogln tomorrow morning. Mrs. Ell
Hertzeborg of San Antonio will pro-
sldo. Tho buslnoss sessions will con
tlnuo Friday and will be liberally In
terBiiorsod with receptions, concerts
and other social features.
St. Louis, Mo Nov. 18 Moro than
1,000 retail merchants, repiosentlng
vvldoly sepaated soctlons of tho coun
ty, havo arrived In St. Louis to attend
tho llrst annual convention of tho Na
tional Federation of Retail Merchants.
Tho federation, which wns organized
at Chlcngo a year ago, will meet at
tho Planters' IlVitol tomonow nnd
continue In session throo days. Noted
authorities will discuss a wldo varlot
ty of of questions of Interest and Im
portance to tho retail trade.
Turkey Platters, Turkey
and Game Sets, Cut Glass
Sherbets, Goblets and
Silver Plated Knives
Forks and Spoons
Carving and' Game Sets
Special display for Thanks
giving where every house
keeper will find something
to freshen her table.
has no doubt, been just
lately called to the need
Horse Blankets and
These cold days make riding
disagreeable unless you're
warmly covered. Give us a
chance to show you how com
plete a line of these goods we
have. We'll satisfy you as to
their quality and price.
Stable Blankets, 7Sc to 92.00.
Square Blankets, $2 to $9.50.
Carriage Robes, $3 to $5.
Rubber Horse Covers, $2.75
40 Years on W. Side Sq.
Portland, Ore., Nov. 18 Tho Pacific
Northwest Land Products Show, for
which preparations have been going
forward for noarly a year, was opened
in this city today and will bo contin
ued through tho weok. A wonderful
assortment of farm and orchnrd pro
ducts of the ontlro Northwest is on
display. Coincident v 1 th the and mhow
tho Paclllc International Dairy and
Stock Show Is being held ut tho now
stockyards In North Portland, with
exhibits of dairy cattle and dairy pro
'ducts from Utnh, Colorado, Idaho,
Montnna, Washington, Oregon and
BANNER WANT ADS PAY.
The Girl of the Limberlost,
The Masters Violin,
The Rose and the Ring
Rebecca of Sunny Brook
jew Chronicles of Rebecca
.That Printer of Udells
The Shepherd of the Hills
The Calling of Dan
Certain Rich Man
Trail of the Lonesome Pine
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