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THS SUNDAY ADVERTISER, OCTOBER 16, 1910.
1 a mostl : It ha it is M ""ovemeiit he dozes licb wwt there-fee- of tht ' sucee at AIew district o get out 'ovementg Bat that ti ' of eiej. 5ers wis' ving Afe, ie a beas tot hari efforts of ebted for has aot it us and iare done rhere are 'fore Ale it to It, all Hon and more n, (whiti ;ope), we ith shail extensioj vel reser only just iched tie life what s tali's r the vill be ii s by lard ion for th Scbool n'gh level the roadi ically anJ club may ettermt well la the, show 'ully k- YEB, : esident rill . ba f Alert r: rice-pre y, V. l Creedos, ommitteef want t lulu, ye i a goo f yoa lew l ilong tb ? Ctfawfrf lie of 7 averag IODOlulB : car son J .trill! ami ?wa ro -fl I v von B the mWj is Hobo sparkliJ? yon " . ...j :,irni eaten, wnu lterl?er of a century of buffeting Ives of two oceans silently L" " tfittV WHICH of ! ,,! the stan,! .seea tie r. SeTrotof .-.int. .un- P1' ven Wars tl.- name of nl" te'tifvins to it- intimate STe!;ip with 'one of the mo-t Ins- tWn to the I'uget 'M ttrentv vears ago hi Th" Nnr- flS Soun.il the frame of a a- edthe last re:i: ,f ."Mil-- The Beaver-Pioneer Steamship of the North Pacific "mwhere in the currents j "Z,z., mo is a timber, ,1 f' exis-- h shi ihiri. . , i ; h3,l lorjf sinee gone, into Trie lan.l I tn" 4 - . . ..,. J., ,, I ,n 1 oT th; 'Giver Thame, in 1 W of it- buiMers knew tit " ir tr9 in- .,.al purpose ivi ' A.i ;t the aft.-ntktn of i.-c thnn the veomanrv. ; tf, no '-- , , men-of-W:U an-1 nroa.l-, Ctf with but pafsma ex.-irer.onc irav cneerea u. munnti. listened by the fair Land of a intrt r if tn'lin Tm4 Ln of the Horn, the first steam ves- i?!that ever ihh-ucu nc ..w.. ... Ut Paeifie Ocean. !1 , ) onorirpi! were enn- I J OOllr." . .. Letei tiDd installed by Bolton & fc'itt; the" latter tne son oi me k'i laaies Watt, master ci sream ana irans- IMirtatioti. - net unucii. n Bay Company, the empiric organi which reduced half a wild eonti- Lt to its purposes, . IB liii. 'tc saint ... v ssfl was built, she sailed over the orizon out of the mouth of Father t . I I LAST OF THE S. Thames and di;i. reared from the ken of the Old WorU to amaze and be amazed by the newer. Her master and crew were afraid to use the engines out of sight of land' and made the run entirely under canvas outsailing her convoy ty twenty-two days. This latter accompanied her to prevent or repair accidents, but was soon figuratively and literally ant of its sphere of usefulness. The trip to Astoria, then the chfef trading port of the Hudsou company on the Pacific, was made in (S3 days without accident. On the trip the Reaver carried six sf ven-poun.lers and was otherwise well armed according to the custom ana means of the day and time. BEAVER THE PIONEER OF THE NORTH PACIFIC, MM Mm e MM i Her first commander. Captain Home, started his engines after arriving at Astoria, and steaming up and down the Columbia and the coast, greatly aston ished tin- natives liv her performances. Capt ain TeXeil took command of the oioreer steamer shortlv after its arrival on the Pacific Coast and Captain Home was retired to one of the company's posts on the Columbia, perishing in Death's Rapids in 1S27. s For some time the duties of the ves sel were similar to that of all the Hud san Ray Company's trading ships, carrying to and fro the gleanings of the wilderness andi its payment in food and goods. After awhile the vessel passed into the hands of the Royal Hydrographers and was engaged for many years in charting work on the Northwest coast and Puget Sound. Captains Dools, Rrohie, Scarborough and Sangster walked her bridge in turn as com mander of the historic craft until in time she declined into the old age that comes to the ships of the deep water. Her trips became less frequent, her duties less severe. Far greater ex emplifications of the theory she illus trated in its infancy were built up around her, until finally in a neer New World, an ancient among moderns, she piled up her bones on the rocks of The Narrows and Jeft the world to greater ships and men, but no greater than those who sailed her into the old Pacific. league Is Formed Opposing the Custom and Reasons Are Given for the Position." GAINST HAT Tl IN PHILADELPHIA PHILADELPHIA, October 2. The i ity of Brotherly Love has an antihat- aising league forming .among men to ' p away with the praciise of tipping - lift headgear. They say this form of ; lowing has many disadvantages, n:d, i It has beea urged, belongs properly only o tie days when it was invented. To j pise the hat, drop the head, arch t be j iaelt and sweep the ground with one 's Jong feather was a pretty custom and rent well with the graceful cape, th? aria, the sword and the swashbuckling "'P boots. ,But what style is there in weeping a stone pavement with a erby hat or with a skimmer or a stove pipe f f Obviously, say the enemies, it is but i survival and a useless one. since it Nrves the pnrpose neither of pleasure or of art. With the former stvle of the bow was a gubiect for the f wider of brush and chisel. But who ould ever dare waste enough marble ' Ht"e a statue of a modern man MwiDgf .. Besides, no one who has not even fm them can realize the many diui- ma dangers of raising these , unmanageable modern hats. "k man wearinz a fine Panama. instanee. Alnncr 6 ..o u f-i'm lie Knows and immediately h "3 fly to his head and the wabblv jammed .creation somehow must be "tted off: The brim of a nanama p eery-little more control over the , n-"tban if it were on some one ' eal, and it usually takes two atfs to;get the thing on again. If nana is carrying a large or feundle, what are vou to do? Wf course you can gra'sp the hat d the erown, in the first idace, ' Wt it bnMv fr.-.m u.i : PWCh case vnn W-o k .....ti aSd for PUttincr it hnoV o,T..,n Tint ? likelv vm, lio.-, !., tiA : of your moit, hot and probably dusty fingers on its immaculate whiteness. If, however, the panama is a disposi tion destroyer when it comes to the bow, what words will describe the an tics of the outing capf Easy enough to pull it off always, no matter that it leaves your hair tumbled about as if you had been in a pillow fight. Bur getting it back again wlien it is all curled up at the back and flopping like a torn sail in the wind is another story. No, bowing gracefully with a soft cap is an absolutely impracticable thing. As for the fedora, no Gainsborough hat is more difficult of adjustment than this limp affair, and to look its best it must be put on with the aid of a mirror. As a pleasant relief from the burdens and complications of the hat tipping system it is suggested that we substi tute the military salute in hot weather. This has possibilities and especially 30 it women also adopted it in place ot the smile. An essay might be "written on 'he smile in vogue at the present time as a salute, and many things might be said against its too great evanescence and its many dubious qualities. As a form of recognition it is almost as un satisfactory to women as the manipula tion of the soft hat is to men Husband Roes that, new novel turn out happily? Wife It doesn't say. It only savs tliev were married. St. Louis Star. Mr. Peck I tell you I'm nobody's fool! Mrs. Peck What's that? Mr. Peck Except yours, my love only yours. 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