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GOLD-WINGED BUTTERFLIES BRING GOLD TO
PURSE OF CLEVER ACTRESS
r No "butterfly" of'the'social world or the. stage, is'Beajtrice Prentice,
well known actress.--She's-called "therbutterfly"la3y"'sD'eca'use butterflies
are her hobby also the: source of most of 'her income.
Miss Prentice buys butterflies in 'Brazil by the ''thousands and sells
them to New York florists,-who imprison'the golden winked insects in bou
quets for fine ladies who do not belong to 'humane society -to wear.
The wealth of the United Kingdom
in 1814? was- computed at about $12,
500,000,000 while a conservative esti
mate would place it now at about
$85,000,000,000, an increase of 580
per cent, while population has grown
130 per cent. The income of 'the
British people in this period has in
creased 700 per cent from $i;50"0,
.000,000 to ?12,000,0'00;000,
Thirty-three years ago, when Mrs.
A.(F. Frantz of-Wenatchee, Wash
was a' girl, she swallowed a needle.
Recently the needle imvde'''its appear
ah'ce in her left leg and was removed.
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New shackles for convicts permit a
man to walk, as usual, but lock
should he bend-his knees far enough
to try-to 'run,