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PRINCESS HERMINIE OF REUSS.
Tho PrlncPBH IUnnliili of Itrusn h nrcounled one of tbo most' beautiful
woolen of qpynl blood hi the (ieriimii einplie She 'Is ii sister of tbo unfortu
nate young prince Henrj XXII, who would lm Urn reigning prlnco but for
his Insanity 'I bo piltielpnllfy or itcum n n Hmnll one, but (bo lolgnlag-family
of tbo older lino, to which tho young princess belongs, Is very nnclcnt. Tho
TrinccBs Ilennlnio Is In her twentieth year.
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miss Lola Hawthorne.
A queenly beauty is MlbS I.ohi Iluu limine, whom New York photoginplicra
have posed again and ngnin with highly artistic results. There mo bounties
who ennnot nit beforo n eanicrn with mRceNsful icsults, uivil theio nro othera
to whom pleturu posing comes uatuinl. Miss Hiiwtborno belongs to thw
nrSITjjlIIIIISII "" I mill nun . ijuj
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GEORGE SYLVESTER VIERECK.
George Kylvoster Vlereck Is bailed by erltlci In Atnerion mid abroad as a now
post of er.eptloiinI morlt. His genius Is denied by none. Meteck Is only
twenty two yams old. Ho was graduated from tbo College of the City of Now
York u 11)0(1 He wrllos poetiy In bqlh (.'oriiiuu and Kiigllsli, .Mn'ih of his
H'oetit KultHli book, "Nlpoveh nnd Oilier l'oeuw," vvmh wiltten oilgluully in
(lovma'n ami vviis published In Gormnuy. Tho young poet's rather Is u er
mnli pnyluii)untrlon nnd Journalist. Ills mother Is n native of California.
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BRIDGE WHIST CRAZE
SUMMER COLONY AT NEWPORT
WILD OVER GAME.
Many Prominent 8oclety Women Give
Up Their Whole Time to It
Golf Clubs Again Popu
i lar as a Result.
Newport, It. I. Newport Iioh tho
bildgo whist cinzo. So has Narragan
sett Pier and Uar Harbor, but It Is at
Nowport thai tbo opldotnlo Is most
Horo pursuit of tbo game has ha
conio nn obsession. Ulg sums of money
uio won and lost ovcry day at tho
tnbles. Women In most Instances arc
tho most Invctorato of tho gamblers.
Tho Unshed fnco of tbo woman gam
bler can bo seen dally In carriages that
flash along Dcllevuo avenuo. Her ncr
urns, eager manner betrays her. At
ordinary social functions she. watts pa
llcntly for tho outsiders to dopart In
order that tbo elect few may creep
nwny to the boudoir of tho hostess for
an flour at bridge.
llrldgo Is not tho only gamo. Moto
than ono splondld villa hero now con
ceals a dainty rouletlo wheel and n
prlvnto faro layout for tho dolectatlon
of tho elect.
To such nn oxtont has tho passion
for play gouo that somo of tbo older
heads aio uorlously discussing tho or
ganization of nn nntl gambling crusade.
Tho effect of gambling on tho nerves
of somo womon In tho younger set, ob
well as on their pocketbooks, Is cre
And then the golf rlub claims atten
tion. Tho golf club had run to seed.
It was so far away It didn't offer nny
particular diversion nftor ono had made
Ihe long Journoy out to tho place. Of
late, however, unwonted prosperity
hnB come to tho club. Brldgo whist
did It. Confronted with a situation
Hint spelled ruin for tbo club tho man
agcia appointed a women's committee
to tako inatlcrs In hand. Tho commit
tee turned to brldgo whist. Now tho
golf club has become ono of tho most
popular Institutions nt Nowport. Mem
bers oven occasionally play golf as a
iccreatlon after several hours of en
ervating play at tho tables.
Hero it Is that tho passion for brldgo
la seen nt Its holght. On a recent
nfternoon there wero eight tables go
ing. Refreshing breezes swept In from
tbo ocean. Half a dozon of tho best
known women In Now York nnd Phil
adelphia society lounged outside on
the teiincc Within at least 20 young
women and a few men tolled fovorlsh
ly at bildgo.
Among the Btorles they tell sub rosa
nt tho golf club Is one of a young wom
an who has won enough during this
season to buy n bandsomo nutomobllo,
and another young woman who lost
so much that her father threatened to
cut off hor allowance nnd refuse to
stand reBponBlblo for nny of hor dobts
It sho does not quit tho game. Thoro
aro other stories of matrons who nro
heavily In debt to their fellow-players,
and a couplo of men who ptactlcally
support themselves by means of tholr
WEDS GIRL, WON'T TELL NAME.
Millionaire Hearne Married to a Miss
Now Yoik. A millionaire of CO
marrying a beautiful brunette of 17
stimmeis Is tho latest romanco of tho
Tho groom Is W. H. Henrno, of
Wheeling, W. Vu., a member of the
Pennsylvania Btuff and a brother of
tho Into Col, Frank J. Hearne, nt ono
time president of the Colorado Fuel
and Iron company.
Tho Identity of tho brldo is not re
vealed. Her husband says, "It's none
or tlio public's business." Just where
tho mnirlnge took plnco cannot bo
learned, but It Is Bupposed In tho
Tho couplo mot for tho Ilrst tlmo
a few weeks ngo at Knnsas City,
whllo Mr. Hcarno was visiting bis
sister, Mrs, Annlo Armour, nnd his
bildo wna the guest of Mrs. Klik Ar
Soon after Mr. He.irno's daughter,
Mrs. Aichlhald Mitchell, was Bur
prised on receiving UiIb tolegrnm
from her fathor:
"Meet mo In Wheeling. Am going
to bo man led,"
Tho daughtor hurried to Wheeling,
but hor fathor failed to appear. A few"
duys ago ho und his brldo arilvod at
tho Wuldoif-Astoila Their dovotlon
to each otnor nttmctod considerable
Danger In Handcuff Game.
Washington, I'n.As a result pf his
effoits to emulate a handcuft export
whom ho saw at a traveling show,
Thomas. Caihort, hged 22 yeais, Is
dead at his homo at Hoscoo. The
young mnn kept up his piuetlco dally
and learned to release himself from
all kinds of locks and ontnngloments.
Whllo trying to freo himself fiom nn
especially dllllcult posltldn recontly ho
stialned himself so badly that dropsy
set In. tesultlng In death.
Biggest Kansas Baby,
Kansas City, Mo. A baby boy thnt
weighed 1CV6 pounds arrived ut tho
fdun of Cecil Van Dorger, noar Shaw
nee, In Johnson county, Kansas. It Is
the sixth' child horn to Mrs. Van Her
ger. Nono of the others weighed more
than eight or ten pounds nt bltth.
"Tho child Is healthy and well devel
oped," nuld Dr. 11. 1. Chnce. "It Is, I
think, tho largest baby In tho stato of
Ktiusns, w Uncut n duubt " Tho moth
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SATURDAY, AUGUST 10, 1907.. Jf
Mr. S. F. Edge Trying
FARMERS BUI AUTOS
NEW SIGN8 OF PROSPERITY OB
3ERVED"lN THE WEST.
Manufactureri'of Motor Cars Cannot
Make Machines Tast Enough to
Supply Demand from Tillers
Lincoln, Nebjj-Wostern agents of
aptoniobllo facjjoilo'i awert thnt It the
machines couldjbp "litalnod hundreds
of autos couhljhp "id this summer to
the fnrmn of NoliM8ka nnd Kansas.
As It Is, tlio.rr'ihlenis'of tho country
towns nnd the farmers mo buying
mqro of the benzlngbuggles than tho
cities, and thor (a acjurcely u country
town In Nebraska In&whlrh thoro nro
not mor.e automobiles" In puipoitlon to
the, population tlmn In Lincoln or
WIIIOIIM, f "I j
Tbo piospcrin ofjwestern fanners
has become nn old story, nnd this pi oh
porlty Is going to ?bp!fiugmented ibis
year by nnothei big crop of wheat and
corn nnd oats Morft, of tho fanners In
tho Btnto could buyti medium priced
luucjuno jusi as a luxury u tne want
ed to, but the innnnpr In which they
havo amassed tholVinonoy does not
lead to oxtiauignncQjijf Hint kind
When a Nebinskagilculturlat ndds
to his machine! y collection he hujs
only that which wllfwuo of use Thnt
Is why ho Is lust now turning to tho
automobile. Tho filvoijto farm tjpo
Is the runabout lately becauso of its
low flist cost Thg?piiidont farmer
figures that with goodcarrlago 'ioiscs
bringing $ 150 tn $2G0iJ;nch In the niai
kot ho Is foolish to utilize them In the
pleasure Jaunt and iTlsi-JournojIngs to
nnd from church y
If ho usci hi-c wqrjcfhorses to go to
town or nbout the country, ho deducts
Just thnt niuc-li ndmjjholr working
rapacity on the farml-ny using ait
nuto ho saves Mie hoTsM fresh for the
farm work, he can 'Transact his busl
noss qulckei and RQtjnpk to the faun
In a short time to hWjlhnucinl better
ment. JMW, .
INVENTS SELF-HANGING DEVICE.
Former Baseball Pitcher Tests New
Plan on NegroMui;derer.
Pltlsbnig-To samniro nerves of
tonder-honited officials, hoilff A C
Gunibort, fonneily njfpllehor on tho
Chicago Natlunal W110 liaobaIl
team, tho otln r day sjiQcosBfully put
Into uso a self hniiglrdovlco or IUh
own Invention Tho laVIco was tried
on Dowllng (iuen, a gin wire niur
doror, who went singing to tho gal
Whllo the cleiiutyglierlff titood on
tho trap placing thenpopo about tho
condemned man's. njk t.ho Bherllt
stood with a wlro luyfif tight In his
huinl Tho action ofljTt'liQ deputy in
topping oft tho tiiiptlgosgnml the wlro
nd tho wolght of tho jnutdoior sprung
Oreon'a body dnrie, through tho
opening In the floor ofio gallows and
death, the phjslelansiSjUd, wan almost
Instantaneous, tho man'js neck bolng
OIUHCU. H l ClillllHUItlor HUB novico
that no ouo poison bo.nrg tho odium of
being a hangman, tha'condemned man
1iitkirv itini-n ll(l1 lltd rttj-
MUlljf, Jiiutu luun iit jitAVit
Woman of 92 Flrje(Sprlnter.
London Sidney Talbgr, tho 98-year-old
AuiMlrnii mafno engineer
whoso activity has bcpn told of, has
rivals. At a charltube,"fo.tq given for
tho ngod poor In Huoklnghamshlio
prlzoB for flat laces wtowon hi two
Iuen uged 8!l aud 8(1 ySfffs tespectlvs-
ly In one woman inco n dame or 112
Riutntud fliiilj liut wna Ue(i4on by u
for a New 24-Hour Record.
LITTLE COIN BLOCKS CARS.
New York Motorman Searches Tracks
Fifteen Minutes for Quarter.
Now York There was much excite
mont on tlm Uowoiy the otbci d.-n
when a motorman on a south bound
Third nvonuo surfneo car tied up tho
line for nearly IB minutes trjlng to
find t 25 cent pleco ho hnd spied In
the centor of tho track Tho coin wa3
lying in the groovo or tho Kill When
ho brought tho car to a Htop tho
wheels of tho truck were diced ly over
Thin tho motorman did not know,
and ho crawled under tho enr to
search for tho coin, A large crowd
soon gnthored, thinking something was
wrong. Tho discovery was made at
Cirand street, Just nt tho tlmo when
the shoots were badly congoBtod nnd
tiadlc was nt Ub holght Sevontl po
licemen soon arrived and wanted to
know what all tho trouble was about
It wnsn't long heroro the crowd learn
od whnt tho motorman wan after
Several men and boys. Including a
couplo or streot cleaning aweopors. lm
mediately Joined In the search Attor
ci aw ling about tor ten minutes In vnln
tho motoimnn had an Inspiration that
tho coin might be undei tho whool
Ho told tho conductoi to Btart tho car
on about a root Then thoro was a
soi amble Hoys, mon nnd street-cleaning
nwcopcis mudo a rush lor tho bit
or money nt the same time Tho mo
toiman, who was tho nearest to It,
aftei a hard struggle, knocking tho
men nnd boys nsldo. finally got It.
Hy this tlmo tho ntreot was blocked,
and the drivers of trucks wcio yelling
llko mndmon. A string, of cars ox
tended back almost to Fourteenth
nil cot A crowd of nearly 1.000 per
sons had gathered and tho police
had their hands full In dispersing It.
GETS BEAVER WITH FLY.
Fisherman Makes tho Queerest Catch
Unngor, Me. Whllo W. 10 Dill, or
nustlrt was fly fishing on tho Deud
liver, nenr Lodge Falls, ho noticed a
young beaver suddonly como to the
surface of tho water within 50 feet
or where ho was casting fiom a rock
In tho stionni. Not having had many
ilses that day and being icndy Tor any
dlvorslon riom tho monotony .of the
constant casting and only occasional
strike, In puio spoitlveness ho dccld
ed to tiy his nklll In tempting tho
beaver to taste his white miliar
Making ono of the host casts he
had oor made, the fly dropped Just in
riont of tho Innttentlvo nnlmnl within
two feet of Its Jaws. By tho careful
nianoiivoilng of tho loader nnd a quick
Jig at the right moment tho benvoi
was soon firmly giasplng tho vvhlto
When completely tired out by hln
snuggles of 20 minutes, tho heavor
conbontod to bo captured, and nftor
exhibiting him at the Shaw house for
a few bonis Mr. Dill caiornlly loturn
ed him to his native homo. Ho did
not scorn tn bo very wild, nnd would
not offer to bite, as somo of tho women
and chlldion held ilm In their arms
Mr. Dili thinks ho Is tho only mnn
who over, landed a benvor on n split
bamboo lly rod. Any ono nt Kustla
will vouch for this,
Wed Again to Please Mother,
St, Louis To sutlufy tho bildo
Ki cram's mother, who was 111, Robert
Klllott Chambotlaln and hit wlfo, who
had until a few houia bofoio been Miss
Maud Ciouhaidt, woio mauled a sec
ond tltno, a fow hems nftor tholr re
Urn from Alton, III., whcio the llrst
coimntmy was performed. No llconso
ws obtained In St Louis, tbo second
! uiuimnij miiih llhUliuu IM HID JUIUIU
people and tho mlatBtor 03 meiely a
ifttiflctttton ot tlio OraU
City National Bank.
dor. Main nnd Cnntnr tin.
Surplus and Undivided Profits, $28,000.
I. A McMchanL President 0 II Lincoln, Omhlor
n. R. CriHfliugcr, Vice Prpsidmit J. II. Wituior, AwL Cs.th.lwr.
A slinro of your bwiklnit lniltiesi sollnltod
Hafo Dopoalt Uoxes for Rent, interest paid nu Dpolts.
Ishro a lUrr.hnnt
F K. tlittier.
t). It Crlsalnger.
Jns 13 fluthery.
Jciliii I). Owen,
Dr C. 13 awyor,
Husky l' Hwoney,
The Marion National Bank.
f UNI'lliD S1A1I-S niil'OSiTOKY.
Capital $200,000. Surplus 50.000. Undivided Profits 20,000
Accounts ol Corpotalions, Farmers, Firms and Individuals Solicited
A General Banking Fiusiness Transacted.
Drafts issued on (3orejrn CountricH
INTEREST PAID ON TIME DEPOSITES.
OrKIOKItai-J K. Wncliloli rrmlditil (linrlKRN T'ltllllpa. ccinhlfr.
,' '? .1nV. " Vl,',.,,tclpnl l.iirl J I,c i), Aanlunnt Canhler.
T. J.McMurrny, Vim I'rcHl'tcnt,
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I GREAT CARE I
It'fl the greai care we exercise in the selec
tion of our stock as well nb in the treatment
of our meat lliat enables us to always supply
our customers with the best and most whole
some product to be obtained.
Call cither market.
MARION PROVISION CO,
B.irr Says Expo Is Complete,
Norfolk Va, Aug '9 The Janmi
town exposition Is dcchirpd in ho
piactlcally complete In a statement
Issued hy Dliector (,onernl Barr ulio
also asks ror tho project the support
of tho country at InrRO.
Newspaper Plant Changes Owners.
Hamilton, O., Aur. !) The Hamil
ton Evening Sun has been purchased
by tho KvonlnR Democrat Price priv
ate. Thoro will bo no ehango In the
policy ol tho Democrat.
Furniture Warehouse Burned.
.Medina, 0 Aug 0Flro last night
destroyed the furniture uatehuuso of
Mrs. Anthouy J Droxcl of tho famous Philadelphia family of DrexeU Is
nn Americnn bonuty, who Is making n notnblo soelnl success In Bnglnua. Mr.
Droxel lecputly Intioduced her dnughter at tho court of King Edward. It 14
said thut she herself Is on such good terms with the king nnd queen that Ifielc
miBUst royalties laugh almost ns beaitllv nt her Halites of wit tu t!)ty do lit
tho Jokes of Mark Twain. Mrs Dteel Is still a ycnitllful looking wotifan, vvlth
the vivacity of a belle.
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0-i B. Hnluiciii,
A ID Oli(i,jjr,
tlco W ICIna
h i cine
Mine Men Drowned
Kpnu-dvMg Piussla, Aug 9. A
boat a-rident Thuisday on the river
Pregel insulted In tho drowning of
nine men, all membeis or tho engi
neer eoipa or the army The boat,
I Willi ii uiiftiuucjn auuuiu, wuh utiiUK
towed by a steamer when It turned
ovei. Ulglii teachud shore .
Three Men Killed.
Grand KoiKs. N. D Aug. 3. Three
men were killed Inst night when a
Great Northern work train crashed
Into a string of gravel cars six miles
iiuith of Park Rlvor.
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