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WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 6, . 1 1920. games here as In any previous year, it was declared. The Saints appar ently had the pennant won almost from the start, and the wide mar ginal lead they held sremad a spur SOX GET TURGE0N. ARKUDKKN, 3. J.. Oct. 6. 1'ete Turgeon, shortstop of the Aberdeen club of the Houth. Dakota league, ro ctntly sold to the Chicago Ameri cans," brought $5,000, payable May 15, ir21, provided Turseon make good by that time. Turgeoo will report to the White Pox for spring training next season. If Turgeon stays with Chicago, the Hox are to provide Aberdeen with an Infielder satisfac tory to the local manager. EXPLOSION MYSTERY MAN 0 WAR READY. NUW TORK, Oct. 6. Samuel RU- The Adventures of Ann x . By HAL fJQFFMAN (Copyright 1920, International Feature Service, Inc.) SOLVED SATISFACTORILY dle's Man o' War had his final fast workout for his match race with Sir Rnrtnn yesterday afternoon. The to attendance Hitncr thnn a draw back. After running down several appar -blR son of Fair Play stepped the ently important clews relative to the mile and a quarter at ueiinont para explosion which shook Wall street the other day, the police have at last in 2:02 S-S. At no stntfo of the Jour ney was he urged to do his best, but solved the mystery, according to pri was allowed to race aionR ns no uo sired. The colt will leave here to day for Kentlworth, Canada, where he will have his finJ training for the race on Oct. 12. SAINTS DRAW WELL. vate advices to Goldsmiths. It ap years that Albert Herzberg, buyer of ladies ready-to-wear, waa in the vi cinity at the timo and what was thought to have been an explosion was nothintr but the bottom failing out of -the market vn some stock Al bert had Just purchased with his ex pense money. St. FAl'L,. Minn.. Oct. 6. With the close of the local American asso FXtfUB DROPS 50 CENTS. FORT WORTH, Texas, Oct. 6.- ciation season here it is stated that attendance in Ht. I'aul at LexinRton t i park greatly exceeded that of any previous year. althoucH figures wero not made available. July 4. this as many persons had attended Flour dropped to cents a barrel at Fort Worth mills yesterday, making $1 drop ii the last six days. , . . , ' fcffi Shdw Him I Can Win out," Ui d Ann, After SavenJ Had Told She Would Naver Mak a Qrtti CHAPTER XIX Harwood had been out of town tor erne tltns a buslnees and Ann tiad been going regularly to tier stngi'.g lemona with BsvcnI. On day the gnat alnger lost patience with her and Mid: "There ia no use in your trying to he a ainger. To sing means iiard work and long years of practice. You do not like bard work and you 920 ASSESSMENT STATE'S PART OF 1 TO BE $174,059.07 Increase irr Valuation Over 1919 Is Placed at $212, 011,193 by State Tax Commission Announcement of tiie etats and county assessment figures for 1924 ' tnd a comparison vltlj the assess 1 tnent for last year ha formed the i eubject of much conversation it) llejnphia during the past two days. Tl.i apparently tremendous increase ! In the assessment has caused many ; rild guesses us to how muclj money i the taxpayers of the county would ! actually he called upon to pay for 1920 over the amount paid in 1919. ; The state and county tax rate for ; 1410 tiro SI 911 I. iiAA t . . a vii f iuv u i as sessed valuation, and cf this amount the state's proportion was 65 cents, while the county's portion of the to tal rate of $1,711 wag on each MOO of valuation. The total assessed valuation on, realty and personalty for 8helb? county during the jrar 1919 was $108,021,360, of which total 198,907, 630 was for real estate and $11,113, 730 was on personal property. On this total the state's part, or the amount the stats was lue to receive on a rate of 65 cents, wot $594,117.48, while tho county's part on a rate of $1,161 on the saino to tal was $1,258,448.84. The assessment of public Utilities, irhlch In mad by tho state commis sion and which are not Included iij the total on realty and personalty of $108,021,360, was $22,037,272. On u basis of 65 cents, the state rate, the state was to derlvo $121,205, which money Is paid to the state direct by the publio utilities. - The county's part of the public utilities assessment on a rate of $1,161, , for 1919, was $256,734.22. For the year l2(fc the assessment Valuation of Shelby county for citato and county purposes has been re ported to John C. McLemore, countv court clerk, as being $268,378,285 on real estate, and $25,892,740 on per sonalty,, making a total assessment on realty and personalty of $294,271,025. On the basis of 26 cents on each $100 of assessed valuation, which rate has been stated by A. V, Lou than, statistician, as being- the Mate rate, would make the state's part on the total realty and personalty as sessment of $294,271,025, reach a to tal of $765,104.67. In addition to this assessment tho state commission has announced the tentative assessment on public utili ties for 1920 at $47,798,800, which on a basis of 26 cents as a rate would bring the state an additional revenue Of $124,276.88, or 4 total from tho 1920 taxes on realty, personalty and public utilities from the entire coun ty of $889,381.65, as compared to $715,322.48, for 1119, an increase of $174,059.07. The county rate for 1920 has not yet been fixed by the tax rate com mittee of the county court, and un til that is fixed further calculations ore of little value. The following tables, which are a recapitulation of the above facts are helpful In reaching a conclusion as to the increased revenue which the state will derive by reason of the boost in assessment: Singer. d not prattle ennusli. YoU think more of pretty clothes than you tlo of music A carter In ringing means privation and work, work, writ. Yu are not fitted for it, yon have an average voice but It woiild l long, tiresome years before you cotiM ac complish anything with it. -I tell you these thins her.tuse I want to be fair tn you arid do not want to see you wasting your time. Ilarwaod pays mo a great ileal vt money to teach yon, but I don't care for the money, I have plenty. It's only a passing vhim of lils anyway. Don't think ne hard, little jarl. but I tell you the truth, just ns I would tell my own daughter, now in France, and Who is about your ago. "If you wi'a to pet along in the world and do something, piolt out torn other career, for slns'ng t a hard row to hoe except: for a very lutky few." 1 At the door Bavonl patted Arn on tho shoulder miwlng: "Now dont take it ton hard, I have only told you the truth to save you wasted effort. Some day you will realise 1 am right good-bye." Ann was partly stunned and .her eyes full of tears ns ho waited at the elevator thinking over the words .ivoiii had sahi to her. Ann, like mujiy othev g!ilf. could not realise that in any career to be a, success one must work, continually work, to reach the Roal they are after, "i WILI, be something, I'll show him yet," she muttered, and her pretty little nanus clenched tight. (To lie Continued.) 3919 Valuation. . ..$ 93,907.630 ... 14.113.730 .$118,021,300 . 22,017,272 Tax. $51R,4!tl.96 77.C25.62 Realty .... personalty Total , FubUu utilities Grand total 1919 $130,08,362 $715,322.48 $5!4,117.48 121,205.00 Kealty .... Personalty 1920 Valuation. .2f.8.378,2,5 , 25,892.710 Tax. $G97."8J.5.- 67.31.12 Total $294,271, OiiJ Fubliu Utilities . 41798,800 Grand total 1920 $342.fl9.25 $889,381.50 7f.S.h)4.S7 12i.276.8S " an J "Harvard Milt" .... . (Hjnd-inihtd) Underwtar 'ITHOUT a wrinkle! That's the answer when you ask how "Merode" and "Harvard Mills" hand finished underwear fits. Moreover, it keeps its shape ! Each garment is cut b hand and the materials, though soft and fine, are firmly knit and never stretch or sag. Wears well, looks well and feels good! Its dainty finish, smooth Flatlock seams, and beautiful lines make "Merode" and "Harvard Mills" just as suitable to wear with your best gowns as they are com fortable for sports of alf kinds. 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Next time you want some thing particularly good, some thing out of the ordinary- something with that subtle flavor which only the French cook knows how to achieve try M. Panchard's. recipe for Cream Soup Royale. Cream Soup Royale iprig farittf l-i pint Ubby't tvapiraud MiH 3 tahltipMM butter 1-2 hay leaf 6 tabltspmnt flour 1 slut onion J pint chicktn breth Cayenne to taslt Salt to taut 1 iprig thyme Melt the butter in the sauce pan. Put in the flour w hich should be sifted, stir briskly over the fire forgive minutes, gradually adding the chicken broth and Libby'j Evaporated Milk. The soup should be with drawn from the fire, while the liquid is stirred in, then re turned to the fire to thicken. Add parsley , bay leaf , thyme and onion and cook for 15 minutes. If the soup has been proper ly made it should be perfectly smooth. When seaeoned it will be ready to serve. Libbys Evaporated Milk is so rich and creamy that it makes all your cooking notice ably more appetizing. 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