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r LoulM LouIsTJii r Tho Planter I The Southern SouthernINSURANCE
INSURANCE FIGURES FIGURESTin
Tin rh well known correspondent f Wul
1 r Wellniaii has just llnished for the thehiiygo thehk
< hiiygo hk lI tgo KecordIIerald a series serl S of let letters et etters ¬
ters tci on oh the life insurance companies ot otthe ottilt
the th country In one or > C his liI recent let
li is Air 11 lr Wefinuin pre presented 4Nlte uted a UU table tableohll tablelug > 1 1slivfnjc
slivfnjc ohll lug the total premium receipts receiptstii
tii 1 Vt 111 payment to o policyholders juaxsla juaxsla2cM iet
2cM 11 3 f lr policyholders benefit beneftt4 to pol polj
3ojioldet j lohIf8 aii xud < l other statistics The Thelgm Thefgln Thej
lgm j 4111 include twentylive life Insur Insurrim In ur urJljll
rim Jljll 1 i companies that have been In ox oxjtrwe
jtrwe i Jfttn I e f from rom forty to nJxtywftarfi nJxtywftarfiioine ltt itxtyyeareJIfl tr etW8 etW8JJ1W
ioine JJ1W JIfl oC the th nmourt are vast v t beyond bayondf
f heordinary hit ordhnry comprehension tElbr r rUWe In Inflatife n nfhuwe
flatife UWe the total premium receipts rucE lpts that thatij thatj
ij j the money paid over to tho com comIunifs comltn I
Iunifs ltn i LI 1S l by policyholders aggregated aggrogatedhli96l11
112705111 The payment to fTolicy fTolicy3iuMn J1olluy1Uldrs
3iuMn 111I rM totalled S107i6MI 16716 1674IhbSV Assets Assetshrld AssetslipId
I S lipId lir hd for poliCyholdersUouJItI pollcyholdeti4oulPL policyholders amount to toi to1o
I i 1o 4S3144 and the total liimefits to totTolif toJollqIwldcrs
tTolif JollqIwldcrs yhoider lIlde may ma be found by adding adding1t
t tf last two iteuis They inak JUnkt 1Uttkt a total totalt
t 1 i is j J well ehl over live and a quarter bil bilJi1 bitJ
Ji1 1 j I of dollars dollarsiHrr dolllult
t iHrr t I r and above the assets u ets held for fora forai
a ai 1 I the I Ji > payments nwide to policyhold policyholdc
c i is i I the I hIi Hum of 17 L7OOOOOO 000H which rap rapit
it 1 iits I1t > the net prolit on the insurance insurancevtstineiiUJ htHurttl1ccItmeul hisurancestiiient
vtstineiiUJ stiiient und properly belongs to the theIuMitt
IuMitt lIrs of iK policies > llee Mr Velltntin V lhnn points pointsout
out 0 II tliat UN a large part of this accurmi accurmiJ accumuiun
J i lion iun It in 1 due to the multiplying power poweri IowerlIIonoT
i money mMt 01 HIt Interest and of intur inturt
< t t upon 11 Jot I iitiaruMt l thuUKh v vatft t sums Hums1H
i 1H 1 Vvt > alno b bton en collected on mortality mortalityT nwrtalltywhich
T ks K which are yet unpaid unlM d l becuie > ec ue uBO < the thenwd Lh Lhiit
nwd iit l still live or bectuiee bUCIIAI i those who whok I
w k < I did not die a ua noon iIOO a KJt had been beeni b en enrhUlId
i rhUlId KoiKfl In nxinjr ftxin xinb tl their cir premiums premiumsMr
Mr Jr WelltiNLn > lhIMln believe this nuni nunii SihiltiilI I
i iiiill iilI be coiuriderubly OOW d lllby greater tlmn It ftI
1 I TJie TJ reiuton that it is not grwitw 1tW IK IKI
1 iu LW > e the iiiBUitince companion eon GOUt
t v t i heir buainasM on a a scale that to IaLlher
1 K1 ther too extravagant ex About Ab ut IS ISI
I tent I lit of the total Income hl is h dIe d
1 d in ex expen cxprsses n es which hieb Include JrtelUle such suchI
I t as extraortllnarlly large salaries salariesf
f xtrHordinarIIy < little JttJ work Avorkfh workh
fh h l RecordHerald man finds nds that thatBritish thatt
t British BrltJ I inaurknce inst riu e uompanies mpnle mnl a si 8i spid spidI > end < I
I 10 per cent of their Income for fori
i inu i II ig expemse expe and aUl that tbatir if the Amer Amermi Amero I
o < < < > mJNU1If11 mi anl e Imd been conducted cond3cted on ont
t i > usis the policyholders woald have havea
a r CI ist 4 t a billion more to theife the credit credit creditJIID creditTHE
JIID JIIDTHE
THE HE COTTON LEAK LEAKTiio l lLlt
Tiio I n legal advisers of the department departmentc aetrooent aetrooentlgrkl1lture
c < sriitilture have informed Info md SatlfttiiYy SatlfttiiYyV S Setnry t r30
V lsii ii that a prosecution n of EdwinS EdwinSH Edwin S SII
II Tm nw s < the stattotlcian atatl UcllLu who gave jave ve out outcUiine outr
cUiine r I reports to eeHtain ee ht cottou Cot tOIL spec apecIltnrs spec1hrN
Iltnrs 1hrN l rs and x 1IIu Sio ao JtalHllled tho thtyreport8 thtyreport8hlir reports reportshir reportshIhr
hir adHrkntage talJ cannot be proee proeettri PlOSOJ
J ttri j hI 1 M Ma31 M it ii man boa bu gone to prison prisonrio lri60nI
I leIf IeU eerlotl rio is offeiis morally moraJlyiking morllyIkin
Ikin iking than Holmes was guilty of off ofhis
f I his Crime Me1ft e in Ins < o 4 have been it iti u u1In
1In < i < h of trust in the lejml al Honae und
1 r rrfore hto bIa diamistMil dlliltu 1 ix the th worst p pen n nthat
> > that can ex be inlllcted upon him himu
u entire Ure reorsanlKation of the bu buT
T 1 II u of cotton Htattolics i4a sUca Uas hi planned plunn d by byicjary b btf byI
< icjary tf I 4 tary I htry VlIeon as a result of the theiiJitirs thejhws
iiJitirs 1 1 4 dlselomireK dl eJQtlilr but the th publics publicsin bl1C bl1Cill
ill I in lii the bureau has been so sadly RdlyhPh sadlyketi adlyPh
keti Ph that aonte on time must JUu t ela elss > ft 8 < r be beit beI
0 it I t i I9 recovered The Th public ublic will willi
i iys S knoctli kno know Unit a the temptation > tt to die dl8Is diety
4 > sty ty Is there and the men in charge charge11o cJt rge
< 11o 11 work ork will have always HI ays before beforeMI
f MI i the < th knovrJetlRe kl1lOwJ I thAt if they fall fallv tu1lan lailsn
v < an only forfeit their positions positionsi poihtIms3UiLCII Itlnn Itlnnj
j i much care cannot IH hj > takeiii takeiiiIK take takeI I Ig
IK I J g Ute Jie pa phiies e flil > for f the sake of yjjtt yjjttlcpartui0nt f fhpartlnent I Ilrpztrnent
I
< lcpartui0nt and the b public It ItII i jp jpc 1
c n be I well to t abolish entirely entirelyi
i Itke ii ii o oC waking maRlngpubHe iflki public monthly monthlyrmnent JPonthlyrmneftt I
> rmnent meat e eatlmatea tijmte on the cott cotts cottJj1 j < I
s ui Jj1 f and the acreage kcro go While such suchI > >
to tot
I I ta 8 are read with Uh Interest by byI b bI
I iiterw ltLri > t the cotton mill owners ahtl ahtltllrs an I
c lirs 1 re besides the cotfcon sj specul SpecU5tU SpecU5tU1l eculatorS tors1 tors1H
tn 1l > latter are the people that benefit benefitjiiost i
jiiost 1 1I5t t from them themAft thentftr themftr
Aft ftr ftr r all a a governmenti reppp rappitIhIthfr
< 11 j ether thr true or faleo cannot aUi u1tinIHtlon jh jhnditlon I InlitIon
< nditlon If the crop is goingto goingtof gohi oInl to t tC JI JIit
f lnrt rt it will be short sh rt it srite iqtt ojfnJfjpc ojfnJfjpcOIIH oalCrcort4 4a31re 4a31reh
OIIH h rt4 th4 if a certain per rent hlt s1t of deacsase deacsaseshown dv e elowl1 CI
I shown l uWht in atreage NaKe that acreage will willi wil wilab
i iih il ht r be increased nor norI dt difuh difuhtI Jtiu iMKlIy iMKlIythi
tI I j5uaye Ouance of a report uie Ih su subjeel subjeelI fi fiT <
T I thi connection t ii 6 ZLIOJI Djjyir t1oug thought thoughtfinii
C finii 111 LI lot t fall al toof to refJOjlt in Ine44h pa average averagei verzLg e
i 011 j r It Ig I yiBl logp iJi fc PQBBible to tok toIjfy t tit 0
Ijfy it the fl 1 rWs k why hY is 1 It not nothe notp nc t tisal
p isal < < < the he h riports on onis ontt U n niut
tt iut t 8 141 1 rlt JiJ11 HI hts I ut14aiber ut14aibert itniIethu hr hrri
t ri rlS is fti which Itib there hr is isii speti spetiiy flP iJt t ty
ii iy y is saying that such suchbeing lIuchi f t311i1t t311i1tp IS ISI
p I being made but thV U tt y live 11 ve be b beq i iwn lhn
hn 1 wn a Ph to be posfiibIA J08tIibleAn An fnv inveljtlgnAion inveljtlgnAioni tJ on onJ ft fthialixi
i t > 4 harm harnlJiiif i iJHE h hf hTHE
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THE POWERS POWERSCASE POWERSCASEiziited CASE ff ffLTiiltaa tt ttI >
I LTiiltaa d hteg tej court tstgrng fBJ iskii rj g to toT t 0
T a 1 try atTuie ftt Cdleb flleb Pov Iowei i ease easej ens ensr
r T abJy > heIIost tldoIy dely knQl knalzQrhiv orhn orhnt91 i ii
t91 i < 3i j prostasutlpii VCOSCflJ1 i1 1in Iu the th last twentylive twentyliveconv twenb11ve5J8JR eIars e
5J8JR Pour4tInea tjmel5 power 111 l been beenoat bee u 11t
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conv oat I rcompHcity t Jn themurder themurderGovaenOr the murder murderf r rC
C f P GovaenOr GovQ nl Wihhla VillIam Goebel osTCnn osTCnnuky O OJky < h hj
uky j K and for manymonthfc manymonthfcbt manYmot many mohithb t1 tJ 1 1bu
bt bu en U standing stuJl ing in the s ithiido udqay d 0Q > alitfilBlgl alitfilBlglIOAS Qnt11w
lows The efforts E > to svd hv aygjpio t11 hdk < t f l kof kofhfs c C Cthfs tlis
thfs hfs felon have not notl1een been confinSj co confl5j0 fin iQ to his hisrxnda Jl ls S I
rxnda 9 lIds ia Kentucky Mawklslfl lIaki l eetf eetfttntintal 5Ut tt ttt
ttntintal t n lntal people pe ple all allI over the th olnicry olnicryc
c l I f MI ny of whom would contribin contr1lnift fi the UI e ef
hl1 f II 4t an any mUrder hu g eJi eJiI 1 1I
I I y for ofthe the aetense atFw atFwl OoSylt OoSyltIF
l Uff IF fttkihas Jdjha fr 1JU
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to t o the cjigo a altt ot freauqnUy roq roctuuat o tl yr pointed p nlel out OIJZt OIJZtourt lutJ Jr jn jnrourt
rourt c recprdB from fromunhnpeuched unlmpeached and UIIdflhthhptSiCIUfbIe andunirnpoochttD1O andunimpeachable 1
cU U unimpeachable evldoitce that Powers Powershus POwersas j
has h as befen fairly convicted On at atJcaet least leasttwo leastwo
ht I
two t wo and poKsibly on three of the juries juriesthtfct jurt jurlothitt s sthft
thtfct convicted him him there have ha e been beenRepublicans beenRepublIcans
Rv Republicans R and in ii ovary everylnstance Instance th thvermcthus thlV r rverdict
verdict vermcthus v has been en n unanimous unanimousv unanimousOn v On any anyof anyaf
of o t theno thet tchfls tdllsJthe the Ropublican RQPublt un or rte IlepUbllcaiAB rePUbJlCHftr
pUbllcaiAB p ubhicai coId CO I ha hU1 hne > e preented an anagreenjapt n nagreeni
agreenjapt agreeni u lit The fact that they tY did not notdo notdo
do d o so is tjiifiluaive cvrlTlcntio c m r1ll of tholr tholrbelief tholrbelfeC
belief b elief in hWgUilt hWgUiltNevOCtlJdJese hfi iJilt iJiltNevottllelCtis
NevOCtlJdJese NevottllelCtis a United Stats judge judgefinds judsofinds
finds fl iids ground roun for taking jurisdiction In Inthe Inthe inhe
the t he Powers ease In the statement that thatthe thatthe thathe
the t he defendant has been bl J1 tnd Is deified deifiedthe dool d dthe
the t he equal luul protection protcctf n of the laws by the Uiosteto thotlrto
steto ato court having jurisdiction jUtif < < lIetion of the thocase theCOelH theaae
case aae and the further ground that the theKentucky theKentucrkY
Kentucky K courtfc huve so o construed one oneseetHon1 oneaeet1o oneeeUioit
seetHon1 aeet1o n of the Kentucky Keuttlc criminal rlhi1Jt code codea
na
a to make it impossible for the con con9iIJfjtlonal conttonal
9iIJfjtlonal ttonal rights < of the defendant to toSbeonforcod toeonfor
Sbeonforcod b eonfor onCorcoo before b 1Ore the Kentucky court courtgC COUltt
1 gC t r aippwUs aIJp < NLl8 the states atas court of last re reTfort rclt
i Tfort TfortIt oit lt ltIt
It is J ouite pOHelbletliat JoHelblo UU4t Power will willseeuro willsecuro
seeuro s el either trier an acduUtal nclut tat or a mistrial mistrialin mi lrial lrialtulhe
hc j in tulhe h i the federal iourt He will Ill be prose prosecuted prosecule ¬
cuted c by a ditttftct attorney attorn e whose sym sympiitliiuH symJf symsitklus
i piitliiuH Jf thlus iriay be more with tho defense defensethan defolUmthni
M 1 than with the prosecution nro ecutlon There Th re will willrtgt Willgt
rtgt 1 lt Clt be the same vigilance l the e same sameaircerul same1eCul
aircerul 1eCul bringing hJ nging out of pott polnte E zCguinst zCguinstthe aguinsltJ
the tJ t hu defendant < that there vore reI In the othostrt thestate
strt state s courts Some of the thfJhnp ImpOrtant Impbrtaiitwit ImpOrtantiUeeses rt nt nti1U
wit w i1U iUeeses WH e > H for the prosecution mayhave mayhavedisappeared m t ti yhnvo havo havodlmt
disappeared dlmt d JPB red and the United Stated Stnt s at attornoy atototnoy atornoy
tornoy t will willhardhy hardly hal ly exert ox rt unusual efforts effontsto
t to o ibid them themindeed th thinIlule4id m mn141
indeed n141 it will win fee surprising avery atverything vcrything
thing conaiderva if Powers In eonyidled eonyidledXtd con idl e eMfd
i Xtd Td heit henOOc n dOl qr Keyubliean friends will willneweV wtltje nutet
j neweV je I et r et t tfirjugH t f ftjtJ h talking about nb t how howpoor 1O
poor oor cal Cklfttl ialet t Povrer IOC was ftglelSeCtitAn ag perseeufei An AnKentucky 1tt 1ttntueky n nKentncJt
Kentucky ntueky and anlot of how ho at lat laHttheWiLvltd itu4 they theSlAtl theSlAtlis V44
lll j illsneck h is neck frtatho Mnb t1leuoo t1leuooc t1leuooTttE the noose nooseJHiE
c
THE SIMPLON S NTU TUNNEL TUNNELA TUNNELAtdisiMhirom NNEL
A AtdisiMhirom tdlfll dispaidn t1om rrom Brlgue Switleriaind Switleriaindsay swn 1 erlttht1
say s aya ys the piercing of the second tuiijldl tuiijldlthrough t tUhUI tUhUIbough ii 1 f fthfough
through t the SImpkm was IUS compleicd compleicdduring comp compt ted tedduring teduring
during d the evening of Jul JUl9 G This com completes cp cornIetes n nplete5 ¬
pletes i Ietes Europes uropes greatest grett t engineering engineeringfeat englneer ng ngreut
feat f eat asm 3I there thet are few that equal it itIn ItIn
In 1 11 any xn part of the t1 world The Italian Italianand Italianand italand
and a d Hwtatt wIse engineers ellgln have shown i that thatthey that thatUuy thathey
they t have their share of the brains for for1n forburiliS forII
1n I II boring the Slmplon tunnels they the met metand IIJetan metii1uyermune
and an 8 ii1uyermune overcame Ol 1f Une obstacles ob tRlles that would wouldhavedaunted wouldJIU vouldlaveLlaunted
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havedaunted JIU h lunttOI most engineers engineersThe lubineerI ohIgiheersThe
The I he llrst tunnel WJIH finished in Feb February February Fabusiy ¬
ruary r and lid trains llUlnshuve have been running runningthrough runnl runningltroilli g gtluo
tluo t through h R since 8lnl e the laAter Iut r part of May MayThe MayThe
The second se < fud tunnel to which reference references refere lco lcoIf I
is i s made hi the tli dispatch dh plltch Is an au enlarge enlargement enlargeHumt enlargeihehIt ¬
ment l of the Btnall bore that was driven drivenalongside drivenalungside drivenalonllslde
alongside the lii n 1IZ3d t for fo ventilating pur purPOMOS II purNow r rJf
POMOS Jf Now No It IK to be used use for trains trainsso
so Q that therewill Ijetwo be two tracks through througlithis throughlitis
this t fourth and an greatest piercing of the theAlps theAJp
Alps AlpsThe AlpsThe AJp
AJpIhe
The Simplon tunnel in twelve miles mileslong milesOg
long b Og and it coKt a million dollurs a mile mileThis milqIhis rnli rnliTide
This cost IK not a tu Us great as the cost of ofsome or2tOJt1 ofonie
some 2tOJt1 American railway ruihH work for ox oxample exampJe cxemple
ample t a Jut of the Lurin cutoff was wasmore waslore wasmore
more expensive but wages aJ06 are not so sohigh soigh 0 0hibh
high h igh in Italy and Switzerland Sit rl lld and the thesame theIt tileame
same It lme amount of work here would ould have havebeen havebeen havebeen
been very much more morO rnor expensive The Theremarkable 1heremarkaUJe Theeiiiarkallhr
remarkable r feature of the tunnel t nel how however howeyer howver ¬
ever e is not its cost but the fact that thatR thatIt thatt
R I t was bored at all allThe a11lhe allTile
The work ork was begun in November November1S8 Novembergs
1S8 1 gs at Ute Swlsg Swis and Italian entrances entrancessimultaneously entrancessJmultaneousl entrancesirnultaneously
simultaneously s Ever since that 4ime 4imemen tlrnemen ime imemen
j men have ha v been steadily boring toward towardeach tovurdouch towardach
each e other The fact that the two par parties parties parhee ¬
ties t hee met with only onl a small error in inalignment inallgnmcnt inlignment
alignment a I h IA considered eonsl llctl l by > y engineers a asplendid aSltlendid ailendid
splendid s tribute to the ability abi1lt of the themen themen themen
j
men In charge of the undertaking undertakingIt
It is stated that the new tunnel will willbring w1l1bring willring
bring b northern Europe and Italy Ital very verymuch verymuch veryuch
much m uch closer together At the same sametime sametime sameime
time t Mi will cause the practical aban abandonment abunonment abanonment ¬
onment d of an historic railway rallwo This is isthe Isthe Ishe
the t he rod lending lendln over the mountains mountainsthrough mountainsthrough mountainshrough
through t the Simplon pass at a maxi maximum muimum maxinaJin ¬
mum altitude of 6592 6 G9 9 feet The llrst firstNapoleon llrstNUIOleon llrstUiOleOll
Napoleon planned the line and inaugu inaugurated inaugurated inauguatel ¬
rated l the work which was completed completedin
in i ll 1306 1886Au 15014hL j jAn
An idea id of the difficult nature of the theundertaking thendertaking J Jundertaking
undertaking u may be had from the state statement statmeut statetteut < ¬
ment i that though the roadway rondwa it i Is only onlyfrom onl onlfrom onlyrotii
from f rotii twentyfive to thirty thirt feet fe t wide and andfortyone andfostyone andfortyone
fortyone mile Jt l long 1 OtIl there are 611 611bridges 61111l1c1glS 611hiIlge
bridges aome of them Hung ucross acrossgreat ucrossKI ucrossgEehit
great KI nt ab ihI3 b aeu and in many places gal galleries galleriCS gILleries
leries l liiiJyUo hn Ihlic to o bo cut < ut through solid rock rocki rockThe rock1h rockrIl
i
The 1h litljk UtIi of Anthony Hopes new uewno newUQVL4 i inovel
novel no is A Seryant t of the Public No XoAnxious NoAuxioUN NohiXioUs
Anxious ifoufwsjtffe H I o2eeIo U c Mr rr Hbp H Hope p floes ilo not notattempt 1I0tattpmpl notattempt
attempt l If present a It solutlofc aifthe aifthehelp lR the theheht thehieIi
help problem problemA
A J California gifl Lil 1 says as Dy she killed kflkod seven sevenbetwy sOVennnd L LIaeacennl
betwy Iaeacennl and a at mpjfiSlain m9 moAatsirlIun lain lion in one week weekljp wOkJ weekverygc
ljp J 4B verygMl VtN verygc t woiki UI but beforowe beforowe1gfa befoiewtpc
pc 1gfa cori ecWrpOnJeuee COfrSNPOI BponiaeHce ICILCC with her wed wedp wei weiLkt I
Lkt p td36 tdahol ow ow ifshe iL he can cook codikaffe co k kI
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Michael Dunn has been sent to prison prisonfor prisonfr n nfor
for eighteen elgh n months because he accept accepted accepted
ed d a brlB br D of 1500 from Colonel Gus Gustay Gu5tar
tay Pabst brewer br wor Colonel Pabsft Pab it itishar01y Itis I t tIs
ishar01y is ltarql nQo neoesaTO 5 < 1 to o add Is stillat stillatJfberty stil1 t t tllberty
Jfberty BetneaSvTbBlber Bh i3eaobriber K brJber and bribed bribedJhtre b bed a alht
Jhtre lht re is a great grti g ghlf gui fixed 1lxedin in Milwau lIi1W Mllsvaukc
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Miss Hallie Ferron again aga entertained entertainedyesterday enterttJinedy enterttilnedesterday
yesterday y terdny afternoon for Miss Edna Da Davis Davis ¬
vis v hs of Oakland Cal The rooms were weredecorated weredccoratM WCteecorated
decorated d In sweet SWe l peas p > as add nastur nasturIums nasturum ¬
tiums tI um The guests were w re Misses Eleanor Eleanorand EI Eleanornd aJ1or aJ1ornn
ail and nn a nd Evelyn Mason Ella Manfor Emily Emilyoffburg
Roffburg il Marjorlo Dooley Lora Schop SchopC
pe P C Florence Roftburg Dorothy Dora1h Fischer
Elizabeth E Olllccr I Leigh eigh Block Phoebe i
Harden il Alice Fisher Mrs Mr 118 L E AT ATnold 1 i inold I Iold
nold n old Mrs It Rogers Mrs Frank FrankVhite FflUlkVhiftt
White Vhite and Mrs Russell Schulder Schuitlera SchuitlerMrs I IMn
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Mrs John Reed R who has pent the thepast thepa theast
past pa p pl ast t few weeks in the city with lth friends friendsleaves friendsJtUos frIendseaves
leaves l Monday for or her home in Denver Denveraccompanied Denveraccompanied Denverccompanied
accompanied a by Mrs lft Harry Oanz Mrs Mrs5anz 11rsGanz MESanz
5anz < anz will go ro on later to visit her pur purcuts purcuts parnts
cuts o nts In Kansas City Citya
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The Misses Bessie and DIxie Pike Pikehave Pikeave I Ihave
have h ave gone to Ogdon to spend end the com coming coming camng ¬
ing I ng ten days with Dr and Mrs U V VWltheo VVItheo VWithee
Wltheo IArthur
C C CArthur
Arthur C Moore qf Boston will be b in inthe inthe inhe
the t he city < lty late in the month to spend spendsome spendMome spendome
s some time with Colonel and Mm Mr r t D DMoore Dloor Doore
sM
Moore M loor oore Mr tr Moore is returning from un unexpedition uncxPooition Unxpedition
expedition e iu the lie Yukon country countryC I Iw
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Mrs 1114 William Iglohuart will bo home hometomorro hometOl1lorr homeomorro
tomorro t omorro from a a 64a iy l > of some three threeweeks threiveeks
weeks with Mrs 1 Irs Kenneth I nnetll C Kerr Ke T at atTerminal atTerminal aterminal
Terminal T erminal Island b lund I
C C C CMrs
Mrs 118 Milton L Oglesby and an her son sonand sbn sbnand
and a nd daughter Joe and June will leave leaveSunday leaveunday
Sunday S over the Salt Lake Route for forPacific
Pacific P acific Grove to spend the summer summerMis SUmmerMIsa summerC
C C CMise
Mis Ethel McDonald McDOn ld left Wednes Wednes
day d ay morning for Portland to spend a amonth amonth
month with friends there thereMrs therea
00 a a aMrs
Mrs 118 William H Curtin leaves next nextMonday nextMonday
Monday for her home hom In St Joseph Mr MrCurtin Mrurtin 11 11C
Curtin C urtin riin will be here Saturday to accom accompany acCQl11Pat1 accomlfl7 ¬
pany Pat1 P lfl7 her er home homeMiss x xy
y Jf JfMJBS
Miss IJ6SA Abbie bbie Lowe Lo e will Iii give ajuncheon ajuncheontoday auncheontotluy aluneheonodUy
today t for Miss Mubel Jlisslar hsIJr of Butie BuUet
C 0 0Mr t it itllrdft
Mr llrdft ilhd Mrs A L Hpppaugh are at atBrlgntcm atBrlgftttlflftu I
Brlgntcm BrIgIU Brlgftttlflftu h ft f r a short stay with their theirlittle theirittle
little I1tt1 l t daugliler dauglilerErnest r rErnest I
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Ernest Ernest Sadler Sadl r and his guest Walter WalterGamfir WalterGamerof VatterGnmrotEutteapd
Gamfir GnmrotEutteapd Gamerof of Butteand Harold Fabian Fabianhave FabianhA Fabianhave
have hA gone gonet to Brighton for a few days daysouting daysouthtg daysutlng
outing outhtgiris o
o n t tMrs 5 5Walter
Mrs Walter Pike left last evening for forher forh forher
her h r lIor lionle hofn e In St George after rter spending spendingthe
t the he past pastfew few weeks we ltson on the coast coastMrs coastMrs CoastCCC
CCC CCCMrs 1 1cl1iidren
Mrs Robert Ribert Welles Veiies Fisher and the thechildren thechildren
children are are spending the he summer at attiie attve aIthe
the Brockbank farm southeast of the thecity thecity I Ictt
city ctt
C C CMr
Mrtk Mr Enima EJT tria CharUon Ch r1on and her Rister Risterwill gisterwill islerwill
will leavii Jeav shortly for New York Yorkwhence Yorkwhence torkwhence
whence they sail for a continental tour tourAug tourAUg tourAug
Aug 6 1
a it 4 4l11H CMrs itM
M Mrs a Dana Smith left last evening eveningover eenin eeninover eveningover
over the th S Siin nn Pedro P dro for Pasadena P Ha ena to tovisit tovisit tovIsit
visit Mrs Will Clawson ClawsonMfs Clasnn
C n C Ctr
Mfs tr Mary Ma Mayne lta ne entectains at a aKensington aKen9inJoton aI
Kensington I < this afternoon for her herpueft h herrueet r rIU
pueft IU t Mf Mie < t Georgine Bebbington of ofOmaha ofOmaha ofOmaha
Omaha Neb NebThe
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The nmrrlairfl of Miss Nana Chaoin Chaointo
to t o Asa Allen Clark took place yesterday yesterdaymorning yesterdayorning esterdaymornlnl
morning m at the home of Hie brides bridesparents luidcsparent 1ridesparents
parents and the young oum people left on onthe onthe onthe
the noon train for Jitour l tour of tile tl1 north northwest
west Rev T XV V Plnkertou performed perfpnnedthe perfonnedthe
the ceremony cer > mony Mr ami Mrs rE Clark will willreturn
return r turn to make their home hOt ne here hereMiss here1i8 hereC
C C C CMiss
Miss 1i8 Xelle Henderson H nderson and Miss li Ma Marlon Marlon In Inrion ¬
rlon Joner will leave early in August Augustfor
for Lt LON > s Angeles AnKeJ and Sun Diego to tospend tospend tospend
spend their vacation vacationMrs vacationMrs acatlanrr
Mrs rr I C Glosz Glogzvill will leave next week weekfor weekfor weekfor
for New York and letter 1 cter will sail for a ashort ahort ashort
short stay stavUrooil abroad She will go to Buda Budapest Budapeet Iludapent ¬
pest to visit isit relatives relativesThe velativeaC
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I The Young oUi Peoples Peopl Christian union unionentertained unionentertaineorl unionentertained
entertained at a supper nt Liberty park parklost parklost parklost
lost evening Miss Mabel Jones was waschairman waschuhman wasehairnman
chairman chairmanMrs chuhman1Ir
o C C CMrs
Mrs 1Ir E Bonnemort Bonn > Inort entertained at a aluncheon alunheort aluncheoa
luncheon yesterday afternoon The Thesnient TheRlJe Thegmmest
snient RlJe t of honor was Mrs frs Lafayette LafayetteTTanchett LaCaetteHonchetL LafayetteHnnchetL
TTanchett Tho color scheme carried carriedout carTiPfout
out throughout throll hont th house was pink pinkgreen pinkeen pinkgreen
green een and white The dining dinln room was waseffective WRSeffectivp waseffective
effective with sweet pens pen forming formln the theeentorplece thpentcrplcce thecenterpiece
centerpiece of the round roun table which whichhad whichhad whichhad
had a lace cover over pink Large Largebows Lft1gebows Largebowe
bows of r nink > ink P otIn < Mn ribbon hbon and nn uniou6 uniou6place uniQup1ace unlaurdaee
place earns C TflR completed the table decora decorations decoratlonF decorathons ¬
tions The sruests to n meet Mrs Jrs Han Hanchett Hanchett HanehOtt
chett were Mrs lrfL L I Peefley Pec Je Mrs tr N K KDunyon RJunyon FDunyon
Dunyon Mrs lrs W W Rivers Mrs fr W WMosop r j jMO ifosoP
MO fosoP KOD Mrs fr G W V Cushing Mrs trs Lord LeroiC LeoroiSn LordSnow
C < < Snow Sn w Mrs frg G l R Cushlnc Mrs I A J JPhors JhorHJ Jillioros
Phors Mrs rtll J C MoClain Mrs Irs Charles CharlesCrane Char1eID CharlesCr5ne
Crane ID nee Miss EthIc Fitzgerald and Miss MissRuth MissTIuth Miss1titli
Ruth Taylor t tMif I II
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Mif Niss lif6 s M Msixie nie Mulvey rulvev was the hostess hostessi hostessof
of a tallyho p PArt rtv last lust evenincr In hon honor henor ¬ I Ior i
or of her guest Miss Mabel alH 1 Nissler XI sler of ofButte O O13utte ofiutte
Butte Mont After a lone Ion drive throughthe throughthe through throuehthe
the city ctt th the > young peoole wer were driven drivento
to the Mulvey borne where supper was wasserved wastrved wasserved
served Miss IiFfC Mulvey Tufveys s cuests were wereMissei wereMissee ere erelTi
Missei lTi eq Mabol Niwsler H er Alice Farrell KnrrellVVB Frtrrell1vA Farrell1va
1vA Roy RI Abhi > Lowe Teresa Tf > resa Tavlor TavlorXeHl TavlorNettl TaylorNettk
XeHl LuTnn CeeeHu Gott GottotlEln leiu Gr GrqN GrqNR GrRadcliffe f fRadeliffe >
Radeliffe R ad 11 fCe Klizfibeth 1 < AV W4z VPiz z Messrs re ressr Cliff CliffFoster CliffFoster
Foster o oster Frank < Rudy Bernie Richard Richardson Rlcharn
von > n Fr FrMI1 pk < Rudy Ru Henry Richardson RichardsonL RichardsonLpwi9 RichardsonLevis I
L Levis wi McCurdv harry IIf1r Goodwin Leslie LeslfoAVilson Lt LeslieWTllson > slip slipTilton
AVilson and Jx J > Frost Frost Miss Nora NoraGleason NmnGleason
Gleason was chaueron chaueronMJ chaueron1iHf
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MJ Mioes 1iHf ws Ai Annie nie and Clia C Ha TeiTV left leftfor leftfnr leftfor
for Portland In Jlet evening evPn ng They will willalso wlJlal WIllalso
also al visit SAil Francisco Frand < o Los Angeles Angelesand Angeleosfmd AngelestiZid
and many n llimtny lJ other carts of the coaat coaat1HlxJ eoasta o oUlLlCJ
a a aUsrds
1HlxJ Snow now acre a little birthday birthdayparty birthdavpnrl birthdayPIuIS
party TueMny afternoon nrtprn n to a number numberof
of crlrrfriend drJ rrlen < Jor flt t the th i home ome of lC her pnr pnrfi pnrnb pariets
fi nb Mr rr and Mrs tis 9 M I L Snow 1113 1113Flist 111 111FIrst 1113First
FIrst Street teot Tho Thoe e present were Ra Rancaa3lrc Rat Ha4qrfevs
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Dorothy Oannon < nnnon l ltvelyn volyn Tvcndall Ken all Leo Leona Leon Leona
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There is nothing so good for the baby babyas
as St Charles Cream The result of ofanalysis ofanalysis
analysis by prominent expert chemists chemistsshows chemtttsshows
shows that StCharles Creamwhen CreamWlleflprop CreamWlleflproperly prop properly ¬
erly reduced with pure pure boiled water wateris wateris I
is almost identical in every respect withhuman with withhuman
human milk It differs from other othermilk othermilk I
milk products in that it is sterilized by
heat alone aloneSt aloneSt <
St Charles Cream doesnot curdle when whenused whenused
used 01 acidulous fruits and imparts a arich arich
rich delicate flavor It is isImmunized isliuiuaiiized
Immunized milk It is isnot isnot
not only best for mother motherand motherinlantit
and infant inlantit it is better betterthan
than the best ordinary ordinarymilk td tdmllkforallpurposcs
milk mllkforallpurposcs for all purposes purposesSold ChARLES
Sold by best grocers grocerseverywhere grocerseverywhere
everywhere everywhereST
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These are reul bargains Our representative rcprcsol1tat Yc picked thorn up while hila in Xcw cw York on an anextra anextra anextra
extra purchasing purchagill trip a few weeks icc ago agoThey agoThey t
They The are tailored tmlor d suits vary handsome IUllldsomcand and at the price l price > flCC will be quickly taken tnk n up by bycareful bycareful bycareful
careful shoppers shoppersThe shoppersTh slrnppersThe
The Th suits are of percale pcrcalcnliS ia 1lLVmIlIS > ms cotton voiles oil innd and dimiti dimitiBs s The pnttorns are aroplQftSing ploasing new newand newamid
I and choice choiceThe dlOicThe i
The suits are all so pretty that thortf tl ro is no special feature in favor of one which the others othersdo othersdo othersI
I do 1 not possess possessFor possessFor POSSCSS1or
For instance a description is offered offcr d of tho blue suits suitsTailored 8ui suitsI suitsTailoreti ts tsTallo
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Tailored Tallo rC11 made of percale strapped piped with white white11LIk JL A Aand
11LIk and the blues are relieved with withI1blka pbka dots some sbrn with withblack wIthblack vitIiIM
f IM black and others with white w Ite dots the piping varying in incolor inA4WI n ncolor
I A4WI color according to the dots the th new Sgored skirt with withfull withfull yithfull 2 9 5
I full Hare from tho knee kt ee th the seams seams piped with white whitefinished whitefinished whiteW1B
I h W1B finished with full skirt sloevesbandsome stock collar of ofthe uCrij
rij the same material Regular 600 5 OO special specialThey specaalTher speoiaiThey
They arc all 500 suits and will be sold at 295 295In 235In tl5
1 In summer suits which whichouc one has made QUO OnOtllnllot cannot get the peculiar style st lc so essenti essentidrosses essential in inI inI
I I airy drosses drosscstlmt that very vcr e something which gives giv grace and becomingness to a dainty suit suitM suitex suitexcept
J cept in those which arc M 44l tailorqd tailorqdMisses ttlilor tuiorqdFRIDAY 14t swl d dI
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S S drens s Slippers on Black Tan Patent Unusual Values ValuesBargain V alues aluesBargain I IBargain
Bargain Table T ablc and Canvas Vortk Regular RegularWorth RegularWorth Rcu1arWortk
Worth 150 225 to 300 350 and nd 400 400THE 400THE 400S
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The demand was very good yesterday est rduy The values are remarkable One has but to sec scotl scotlbtnutiful tile thobeautiful tilebeautiful
beautiful laces 1 ccs to appreciate the exceptional bargains bargainsLOT b rguins rguinsLOT
w MT LOT 1 IPLATT Pl ATT VAL LACE LACEIns Inser Insertions r ¬ LOT U ALLOVEU LACES LACESCloam LACESCloamHons LiCESCrOarnWi115tU Cream Creamwhite
Wi115tU tions to match widths from 2 i t9 5 5Inches 8 white und ecru worth ux > to 300 a ayard afc4 98
I fc4 Inches wide < worth up to 35c 5c yd d Special SpecialLOT C yard All at on one price yard yardLOT c cI CgyiI
I gyiI I LOT 3 3NlT NET LACES LACESInsertion Insertion to tomatch LOT La 4 4NET NET TOP LACES LACESA A much muchbetter muchVs5WiVI i imatdl
Vs5WiVI match o 8 to li 1 inches Inch > s wide On Omme lot lotA 1 5 better quality otherwise > the same as aslot asIS 3 5
I A IS orth up lo I iO > 0 cents a a yard ard Special p < Ial C lot 3 i worth up l1 to LOO a yard Special C I I
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Friday ana anaSaturday and andS
r i 1 Saturday SaturdayExtra S turday
iw Extra largo size Turkish Towels a regular 25c 5c Special SpecialIriday SpecialFriday
Friday and Saturday
3for50c 3for50cCream
Cream Cr am Tufltisfr Towels largo size extra hwav h v r sold soldregular soldregular
regular at iTMsc Special Friday and Saturday Saturday3for25e Saturday3for25c
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other bird His eye is keen and his mind alert alertIf alertIf alertIf
If you have an an eagle eye for value swoop down on these July JulySpecials JulySpecials TulySpecials
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Wash Suits and Busfer BusferStraw Busf BusferS l I II I
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Straw Hats 35 333 Off OffNegligee OffNegligee I INegHgee
Negligee Shirts good valti values val < ss ss50c s s5Ocand j j50c
50c 5Ocand and 75c 75cSpecial 75cSpecial
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1 of If Pains Manhattan heath UeavhFive heath1Fheworks I
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Five acres acr of scenery scen ry
Three hundred performers performersThrilling performers1ht11Ung performersThrilling
Thrilling aweinspiring welll5 < PirIn and vividly vividlyrealistic YivldlyI vividlyrealistic
realistic is the destruction of Pompeii PompeiiAmphitheatre
I by earthquake and volcano volcanoAmphitheatre
Amphitheatre Atnl > httheatl seating aeatl 10 1000 00 people peopleEvery peopleIve peoplelvery
Every Ive night Every night nightAdmission nislltAdmission nightS nightAdmission
1 S Admission 50 cents centsAn c centsAn > nts ntsAn
An owner of on one of our coffee coffeemachinos correemachinoo coffeeM
M machines found she had no alcohol alcoholin
in the th house one morning and was wascompelled wascomvelled wasI
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compelled to make eeffe on the therange therang therange
range She afterwards told t kl us that thatno thatno thatno
no member of her family tamll woulddrink woulddrInk would woulddrink
drink the ooff coffee e that msrnlng b bcuuse M Mcause because
cause they the had acquired a taste ta te for forgood torgood forgood
good coffee coffeePhone eoCteePhone coffeePhone
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III silks cloth linens and mulls mullsOff mullsCots
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