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Who's Your
^Tailor?
Have You Ever Ordered
Clothes From Us?
If not, you'll And that oar
method of measuring and de
scribing you Is a success and
that
Ed. V. Price & Co.
deliver gar
ment* of ser
vice, style
and shapeli
ness that will
please you
beyond ques
tion. Prices
reasonable.
JONES
The Hatter
Exclusive
Local Dealer.
No Need of Looking
tor a new pair of shoes when yol
pan have your old ones fixed to lool|
*!most like new. This applies to yo«
Or any member of the family. Bcoi*
ferny is a virtue practice it in ever!
*ay you can, you will be more lu
dependent in years to come. Th!nl|
this over and see if we are not in th4
right.
Will call for and deliver work,
GOODYEAR SHOE REPAIR CO.
A. E. HOLZER
Successor to J. C. Karle.
NO. 12 South Fourth Street.
TWO
CRUISES
Leaving
New Yofk
by the large Cruising Steamihip*
"CINCINNATI", JAN. 16
AND
"CLEVELAND", JAN. 31
Calling at the principal cities of the -world
includins a visit to the Saa Diego (Cincinjnati)
and the Panama Pacific (Cleveland) Expositions.
Duration Each Cruise 135 Days
fVksfr $OAA up, includins all necessary
«7vU expsosM aboard and asbora
Write for Illuatrated Booklet
HAMBURG AMERICAN
I N E
150 W. Randolph St., Chicago, III.
or Local Agenta.
914 Main Street
.# v:sf
VERDICT IS GIVEN
PLAINTIFF WATSON
Man Who Claimed Blasting
Damaged His Two
Mouses.
Jury Returns Sealed Verdict at 2:30
Yesterday Morning—Both Sides
Surprised at
Result.
A sealed verdict in the case of John
W. Watson against the Mississippi
River Power company was returned
by the jurors yesterday morning
1324 and 132C Franklin street. This
assessment of damage was made
'3®?-
dreds of
prostrated by the extrc jib lii'at
{three thousand jn*:« were called
Il l,
\ltl.
BOOK ON
Dog Diseases
j.if.
tl
8 the men who
qw,r
,rrt
prostrate1
a
the
one-third harvest only about uBal whether muscular or
one hundred ruled in many places.
Sioux City Concrete.
Des
Mo,nes
1.25
AND HOW TO FEED
MaUedFtntoinjridiimi by the author
•. CLAY GLOVES. V. S.
11
a West 31at Street New Yo*fc
Tribune: Evervbody
who visits Sioux City is impressed
with the concrete paving. Sioux City
has twenty-two miles of it. and is lay
ing more. That ought to afford a sat
isfactory test.
Slonx paylng
or less for this pavement. Why
is Des Moines getting poorer work at
much higher prices?
—Read The Gaie City want column.
..& ..,,
of the
TORKEITS
Damages in Sum of $500 Awarded Will Stamp Out Polygamy for One
POVERTY
PROVING BLESSIN6
Thing and Put An End
to the Noted
Harems.
DELIBERATE LONG TIME HATS ARE EXPENSIVE
None But a Millionaire Can Keep
Dozen Wives and Have
Them All 8atia
fled.
street. To this interrogatory, the jury concubines a moslem may have
answered $200, (then add some and you don't
The second one was to name the approach the troubles and expense of
amount of damages on the house at keeping a harem.
|about 2:30 o'clock. The verdict was. plunged as a result of the disastrously, all the Tuiaous*
In favor of the plaintiff and the Jurors war with the Balkan states, may injure except that she cannot be present
'assessed the damages at $500- Three the end prove a blessing In disguise at family festivals and such functions!
'hundred of this amount was fofr dam-.'for that country because it Is destroy-)itk« th? wives of the lord:
ages to the Franklin street property lag polygamy and making the trad!-: of the harem.
and $200 was to apply on the dam- tlonal harem life and expensive "many I -Whether the word 'ruinous' Is jus
tified may be deduced from the follow-
ages to the Fourth street house. wires'* system no longer possible, is
The verdict when read in court. the statement of General Pond
yesterday morning was a surprise to: Pasha.
the attorneys on both sides. Watson' America and Europe are not the|personnel to look after the dresses
was suing the power company for *3,
!only
000 damages and the small verdict lots of money—to keep a wife, not tojeju* vife or odalisque servants to do
rendered was a surprise to the plain-: mention several wives. In effect says'the laundry work, servants to do the
tiff and his attorneys. The power the famous Turkish general and ironing. servanU to wait on the table,
company attorneys were surprised at statesman. Americans who gramble servants to prepare the coffee, ser
the outcome of the case. iat the wife's millinery and dresamak-1
C. E. Lane was the foreman ml the ing MUs would have apoplexy If thsyjto receive visitors, teachers for music
Jury which returned the following for-, had to foot the hills of a wealthy' and dancing. Each of these groups
mal finding: |Tork*a harem. But for that he would |0f servants or personnel for the differ
"We, the jury, find for the plain-'have the pleasure of several wives|ent work, consists of from four to
tiff and assess the amount of dam-land any number of "odalisques." Geo- twelve women. If one multiplies
ages at the sum of 5500 and cotfts." eral Ixzet Fuad Pasha says that occi-1 tails serving personnel with the nam-
There were two special Interroga- dental husbands haven't an inkling of! her of wives and odalisque*, we have
tories to be answered. The first oner what It costs to keep several wives! a small army of 500 to 600 serving
requested the jury if it found for the happy and the general ought to know. women which composes the harem of
plaintiff to name the account of dam-: In effect, he says, multiply the difflcnl-ja wealthy ottoman. It called for en
ages It would allow for blasting on ty of keeping one wife happy and con-} ormous sums. In this manner have
the property at 317 North Fourth: tented by the number of wives
In an interesting article In the
*t "Deutsche Revue" the Turkish general
1
The case which was begun on June Turkey, polygamy has been at a stand-
Hot In Harvest Fields. only upon the family but upon the
f)mrA
A Notre Dame t«adj's Appeal.
To aII kDOwing
?h.
v.
tfx
x*. 6V
[Br Karl H. Von Wlateoj, Berlin Cor- served and waited upon practically
respondent of the United PreeaJ the same as the legitimate wives,
BERLIN, June M.—That the great The fact of motherhood gives her al-!
poverty to to which Turkey has heenjmoat the same rank as wife. She en-i
of ha rein
*ud statesman under the title of "Tut- one might say they have entirely
The case was given to the jury F"ri- kisfa harem-life and Its Industrial in-! disappeared. But, the evils that de
day morning at 9:40 o'clock. The licence" says: jveloped and have grown out of the
jurors wrangled over the verditft and, "The great harems with the excep-! *many wives' system remain deep In
the special findings during the entire, tion of the sultan's are no longer what!
our society and have contributed large
day, and it was not until early yester- they were nor what the occidental ly to the poverty of onr people. While
day morning that it was finally agreed pictures them. Since the buying
upon.
and selling of slaves has ceased in
2, was long drawn out and bitterly still. One can say that among the «re*k the Armenian toecww rich."
... _» A
fought. The attorneys for the Power educated and cultured Turks of mod
company were W. E. Blake, H.
Sawyer, J. O. Boyd and Johnson B.
Angle. The attorneys for the plain
tiff were Hughes and McCoid.
[United press Leased ife" service.3 ]yeT? conception of the family. "^^Iday School association. Reports
TOPEKA, Kansas, |-jue 20.— polygamist never had a family. from sixty-seven states and provinces
Charles BJvans, of S.-vcry, Kansas,' Merely wives and children, the«pjorth America, show net Increase
'he first heat victim in tl»e harvest,,atter torn to him by his several legit- membership of the "cradle roll"
nelds, is dead at St^rimg today. Hua 'mat® ^vlves and numerous odalispues, department of 847,M since the last
harvest haail ha 'o beet.
a^-
raffereri of
done, temperature above ijolnu. sciaUc, lumbagoa. backache
pains In the kidneys or neuralgia
pains, to writs to her tor a home
treatment which has repeatedly cured
all of these tortures. Sis fsels It her
duty to send It to all sufferers
Ton cure yourself at home ss
ands will testify—no change of cli
mate being necessary. This staple
discovery banishes uric add from the
blood, loosens the stiffened Joists, pur
ifies the blood, snd brightens the eyes
giving elasticity and tone to the
whole system. If the above Interests
yon for proof address Mrs. Sf.
mere. Box R, Notre Dame, Ind.—Ad
vertisement.
V-A-
Having taken the agency*for TAe IVieems
Best Laundry and Dry Cleaning Shops
'-Jr*
and wholly human rivalry that exists
among women, reigned In the ho—|
of ay father-in-law in its most dang
erous and worst form. Among the.
children born to him by his nameroea I
odalispues there was neither lore, bap
nor peace. There was noth-s
Ipiness
tog but jealousy, rivalry, greed and!
envy. And this became even more
manifest after the early death ot the
noble, lovable pasha, who .was the:
most progressive man In bis country
and leader of the first young Turks.
My father-in-law had 39 children by
his four wives and numerous odttt»
4«s. Had be lived a few years Ions
er this number would have reached
40 a* every year (oar or fire childrenl
were born to him."
Speaking of the cost of maintaining
several wives, the general says:
"Every mother has her own retinue
of servants, her own special meal
time, carriage horsee, eunuchs, dresses,
jewelry, ornaments, etc., and ofte*
also her own seperate house. This
calls for an outlay of money that is
hardly conceivable to those who have
not a glance into a Turkish harem
with Its numerous households. When
an odalisque becomes a mother, she Is
ing: Bach household for the wives
and odalisques indades servants or
places in whieh It costs money—'and jewelry and ornaments and dress
VMts
for the sleeping rooms, servants
the care-free polygamist Turk who did
not bother about the morrow, lost his
,, money, his energy, his virtues, the
rS^
Uc tawtgtlt by
*^Ie entirely natural. international Sunday school conven-
,in5! m—mmmmm I tion three years ago In San Francisco,
fori iTha total membership Is now over 1,-
000,006.
rfcewna
of the
Will Receive the Best Attention by Us
an a.'.^ ,3Vi
Remember we do all our Dry Cleaning in our own•,establishment and it is of the
highest standard and class ot work.
...v.,
ar
No Race Suicide There.
ern Turkish society, the number of
men who have several legitimate
wives at the same time, have become
comparatively rare. I does not prevail among church mem
"Polygamy works destructively according to figures made pub-
{United Press Leased Wire Service.]
CHICAGO. June 80.—Race suicide
international Sun-
&
lTp-
[United press Leased Wire Service.]
CHICAGO, June 80.—Seeing Ben
Bur's chariot race and clashes be
tween noble Romans every night, in
spires Paul Mohles with a strong de
sire to fight, according to his wife's lower than
petition for divorce, filed tod.iy.
Mohles is a musician, traveling w'th
a company playing Ben Hur. His
wife alleges he brings home his firm
ing mood whenever the show closes
lor the
The Dally
Mnts per week.
jk
Oate City, 10
Lauudry
For satisfaction in Laundered Shirts, Collars and Cuffs, and finest Dry Cleaninjg
Work, call on us, or a phone call will bring our wagonfto your door,
...
*,
G. & J. CLEANERS
I
and the estates and wealth of the rich rap- leading stocks being the same as on
and idly decreased. The pockets of the last Saturday.
even Turkish gentlemen and men of affairs
are empty. The money Is gone.
There is" no prospect that will come
again.
"The polygamists have decreased—
in the*ctry.
failure of the rate decision to arrive.
Grain Review.
[United Press Leased Wire Servlce.l
CHICAGO, June 20.—Wheat slump
ed gradually all week and the close
today found July two cents and Sep
tember 1% under last week's closing
prices. Reports from the Oklahoma
and Kansas fields that th? crop being
harvested Is holding up to expecta
tions, Induced selling. The knowledge
that Burope will demand large sup
plies of wheat from this country in
the coming year is checking ths
downward tendency to a considerable
extent.
Corn moved In a narrow range all
week, closing today a shade to
on last Saturday. Esti
mates that the reserves now in the
bands of the farmers *re extremely
small, helped the bulls. The action
of James A. Patten in selling 300,000
bushels on Thursday, inspired th»
principal deteHne.
Oats, too, moved in'a harrow range.
J$&: i, Mit mm
SL
Full Assortment
$2.50 to $5.00.
Cheaper Makes:
$1.00
Special Ink for Fountain
Pens
LATEST MARKET QUOTATIONS
United Press Association Telsgrspb Market
Lsasod Wire.
Weekly Financial Review,
[United Press Leased Wire Service.!
NEW YORK, Juna 20.—The lose
of the market today found practically
no price changes from the figures at
last week's closing, the average clos-
ing price today of twenty-flve normal,
Good buying of stseJ common to
day was the most Important feature
of a week of dullness. The market
marked time pending announcement
from the Interstate commerce com
mission of tb3 rate decision and some
decided turn in the Mexican mediation
proceedings. The undertone, however,
was good and the tone of die market]
CORN—
particularly optimistic towards the!July 69% 70%
close today. Announcement at Wash- Sep 67% 68
ington that President Wilson Intends Dec. ...... 68% 58%
to push anti trust legislation was OATS—
about what was expected and already (July 39% 40
had been discounted as a speculative Sep 38% 38%
factor. While no pronounced improve- Dec. 39% 39%
ment in mark at conditions is expect- PORK—
ed In the near future, general dull- July 20.70 20.70
ness this week was due largely to the Sep 20.20 20.25
LARD—
a ,rt •••.••••• •.
Co. of Quincy, 111., we have orne
I
£?»%&
I To Complete Your Vacation
Outing Watches
$1 to $5
15c and 25c $3 to $4 gffi® $1.50 to
RENAUD'S JEWELRY STORE
Report Over Cats City
crop and the dose today found July
Vl under last week's close and Sep
tember Mt above.'.
Provisions were but little affected
by the week's trading. Generally pro
vision futures advanced 5 to 18 cents
during the week, the only exception
being July pork. The price for July
pork was merely nominal but was
lower than In last week's trading.
Dally Range of Prices.
CHICAGO, 111., June 30.—
Open. High. Low.
WHEAT—
July 83% 83% 82H
8ep 81% 81% 81%
Dec 84% 84% 83%
July 10.16 10.15
Sep 10.32 10.32
SHORT RIBS—
July 11.57 11.57
Sep 11.67 11.62
rn
Drinking Cups Genuine
oe Thermos"
25c to $7 Bottles!?
Popular Priced
1
Close.
82%
81%
83%
69%
67%
58
69%
67%
58%
39%
38%
39%
39%
88%
39%
20.70
20.17
20.70
80.17
10.15
10.30
10.15
10.32
11.55
11.57
11.65
11. CO
Chicago Cash Grain,
-No. 2
87%@
No. 3
CHICAGO, June 20.—Wheat
rea, 88%@«9%c No. 3 rad,
88%c No. 2 hard. 88%®«»c
hard, 87%@8«%c.
Corn—Cso. 2, 70%@71c No. 2 Wfilte,
74%©74%c No. 2 yellow, 71%@
71 %c No. 3, [email protected]»%c No. 3 white,
[email protected]%c No. 3 yellow, 70%@71%c
No. 4, [email protected]%c No. 4 white, 72®
73c No. 4 yellow, 69%@70K.
Oats—No. 9 white. 40%@40%c No.
4 white, 39%@40%« standard, 41®
41%c.
Heaviness in the other grains offset and No. 4 mixed, 60c sample 66c.
reports of damage to tha growing! Oats—Receipts'11 cars market %te
vf\S$
Peorl» Ca*»
PEORIA, IU., June 20.—Corn—Re
ceipts 33 cars market %c lower to
%c higher. No. 2 yellow, 70%@70%c
No. 3 yellow, [email protected]%c No. 4 yellow
•msf'
Phone
274
mi
bM:
$1 fo $2
'if'*'
r«s
Lunch Kits
$2 to $3
c%,
?4
Writing SefiW
manicure
Sets
wi
in cases
•BB9
lower to higher. No. 9 white,
404o standard, 40#4O%c No. I
white 39 %c No. white, 39c,
Chicago Ulve Stock.
CHICAGO, June 20.—He* receipt*
11,000 head market strong, shadto up.
Bulk, f8.35€8.40 light, $8.1008.40
mixed, $6.10®8.45 heavy, [email protected]
8.42% rough, [email protected] pigs, W-K
@8.06.
Cattle receipts 800 head: market
steady. Beeves,. $7.36®9.35 steers,
[email protected] etockers and faedera
[email protected] cows and heifers, $3.60®
8 80 calves, [email protected]
Sheep receipts 4,000 head marks!
steady. Sheep, 96.30 yearUngs, $6.40
@7.60 lambs, $6.«0®8.50 spring
lam&t, |7.00®9.7{
New York Produce.
NEW YORK. June
30.—©uttei^-
Markdt unsettle^ receipts 7,800 tubi.
Creamery extras, 27%@27%c firsts.
26®27o seconds, 28®24%c good to
prime, 23®Mc process extras, 21%@
22o ladles, flrsts, 80c seoonds, 19®
1»%« paciklng stock. No. 2, 18c.
Eggs—Market steady receipts IS,
700 cases. Freeh gathered extras, S3
@24c extra flrsts, 82®82%c firsts,
20©20%c seconds, 18®18%c state
Pennsylvania and nearby hennery
whites, 25®86c gathered whites,
®25c hennery browns, 23 @05c ml*
ed colors, 19%® 23c.
Poultry—Dressed, market stssw
Western, 13%®ilSo turkeys, JW
26c alive, quiet western chickMJ
broilers, 25® 31c: western fowls,
®16c turkeys,,
12®
14c.
Chicago Produce.
CHICAGO, June 80.—Butter-^W"
ket unchanged. Creameries,
20&*i«•
Eggs—Mark*t unchanged r^'P
10,994 cases. At mark, oases ii»haea
[email protected] ordinary firsts, [email protected]
firsts, 18®l«%c.
Poultry—Alive, market unchango"
Fowls, 16o.
St. Louis Hsy Msrket.
ST. LOUIS, Mo., June
2°—
Market steady and unchanged
ceipts at St. Louis, 9 cars at
St. (Louis, 10 cars. Choice ttaoW
$22.60 No. 1 timothy, $30.00® 22^'
No. 2 timothy, $17.00®
19.00.
Tribulations of a
Correspondent-
Springfield, Mass.. Republican:
corre»pcndetit« bottled up and tl»
ened with peace have much to
but the woprt of Richard Ha
Davis* grievances is that down
they don't wash the glasses.
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