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THE OMAHA DAILY BE I': BATUIJPAY, XOVEMREK 7, 1003.
II f I pUALNT CAPERS OF CUPID , Iff ny Anbir Throwi a Few Will Into His U Lisa of Business. - J BRIDEGROOM BALKS AND GETS THRASHED Wadding; RIbt Gives Awit m. Girl's eret Hww a. Vom Skirt Oared th Dor JtatrlnaoalaJ Odditis. , Two hundred wedding guests wer es 'isnibled In ths Church of BU John Canttus, In Chicago, one night last week, the bridal party waa ready to leave the house and - frtnnAm warn nrenarlnff for the banauet to tL'oUow, when the bridegroom dashed Into 'he presence of hla fiancee and declared he arould not marry her. The young man wae roughly handled by ' i Hends f the bride-elect, and then wae car t 1 led to a patrol box, from which the police '' ook him to the West Chicago avenue sta tion, to aave him from further Injury. t BtanlBlaui Orochela, U Huron street, waa 'he lover of uncertain mind. He became ec- liialnted with Anna Baaok, 19 years old. a ''rear ago at 354 North Carpenter street, her A -eeldence. He won her consent to the mar i.'lage three months ago, the young woman ('ays, and Insisted that sha set an early ' late for the ceremony. ' Vies Sasok and the bridal party were frovdng Impatient at the delay last sven ng when a cab stopped at the door and Jroehela ran up the stairs. "O. I thought you never were coming," 'Its Basok cried, vj Orochela was silent for moment, then ; ; uxfilns; from the girl and addressing the ' '-tilers, he said: ; J "Perhaps I might as well have stayed ' . way. There will be no wedding." M J.slattves of Miss Sasok crowded around I Irnchela and demanded that he cease Jeat- 'i. nd the girl, being the first to realise hnt he was In earnest, fell fainting to the Joor. v? Miss Basok's brother seised the young nan, ana witn me aiu oi oinen urucnwi, tit'ggling wildly, was borne to the side walk. Beaten badly, the fllckle one then vaa arrested for disorderly conduct. Breaking the Kent. A Wedding ring carelessly left on the man- ! of the house in which she was visiting l 3d to the discovery of the marriage of Miss JUiabeth Mayer, daughter It Mrs. Frank '. Mayer of East Orange, N. J., to John B. Ienry of Newark.. The bride Is a Fresby. orlan and the groom a Roman Catholic .'he wedding took place before a Presby , eiian minister and afterward the bride i'f at to East Orange to visit a friend. Then Miss Katherlne Mayer, the bride's ,', Uter, came to visit at the same' home. The it st thing she saw was a wedding ring on : he mantel. - $ -neiio, uszie," she said to her slstr, I who has been married and leaves her Redding ring kicking about the house r' I "O Kate," exclaimed the bride; "John I ienry and I have been married and I'm irsm to ion momer. The sympathetic sister consented to break ho news and secure pardon for the bride. Vomg Sktrt Settles It. After borrowing a long skirt from the sis. at ot the groom-eleot UtUe Miss Virginia Uowllng, the 16-year-old dauhgter of V. T. i 3owUng of Lynchburg, Va.. eloped and was fSaarrled to Lewis A. Hoffman of Char JlotusvUle. -a Hoffman went to Lynchburg to meet bis sweetheart. Bhe told her parents that she ' going to visit friends and left with him ior Charlottesville. His. mother waa igno ! hant Of their Intentions and welcomed her ,'oung guest. At o'clock the next morning jibe, was awakened by her daughter, who 'old her that her son and Virginia were ibout to take an early train for Washing ton to be married. t J Tho mother had the young people before r and pleaded with them not to take the ,'tep, but they wars stubborn in their de , termination. "Why, child," she said to Virginia, "no t minuter will marry you. Tou are still in short akirts." i Miss Virginia became aware for tho first time that her akirts lacked several Inches 31 reaching the ground. I'll borrow Irene's." she said, and the groom s sister gave her a skirt long enough I o suit the conventions, and the two left. Presently there cams an anxious teleirram ifrom the bride's parents Inquiring ra to her (wnereaoouts. The mother sent bu.lt word that the girl and her son had left on their wedding trip. Ocaeveel U tho Wlaa. President Bourller of tho Louisville Cor. nice and Hoofing oompany awoke the other morning to find tho Joke of his life had wn played on him. When he went to bed A t house was dark and auiet. When ha Jaached the breakfast table there sat his jton and daughter also a son-in-law and a giaugnier-in-law. L Both, the new members ot his familv ha inaw but not as relatives. While ha stood la the doorway trrine- to make himself believe that ha saw straight lis son called out: "IV ail right, dad. We're married, tw. .11 M ' ' - 1 Father Immediately ordered up a few bottles of wine and said he always had wen a mcay man. " naa come aoout m this Way: His laughter. Mrs. Walter Elrod, a widow, had ECONOMICAL HOUSEKEEPERS USE WalterBakers Cocoa and Chocolate Because they yield THE MOST and :BEST FOR THE M ON E Y The Finest Cocoa In the World Cosb less than One Cent a Cup Oar Caakw Sarin, hook, sari tr. fll M yaa t makt twif a4 (rau mttttf at eaauj ' Walter Daker 6. Co. Ltd. tniMiuu 1IM IMDKCHESTER. MASS. 40 N I I H IT IWIIDf II ggsora isuict THsM-MAeW been engaged to r. Westley Bailey, a Chi cago pnauan. Juniie a. atouiuer, tus m- ear-oid son, had Just become engMged to Miss . LeUie Hamlet. , The physician was about to wave Louisville tor urand Kapioa, where he Is to establish a practice. The tour were suting on the front steps when some one proposed Immediate mar riage. An agreement was reached and the two men gave orders that the turally surret be bitched. Into this they climbed end lelt in search of two discreet friends. Then they called on a minister, who was a frtnd ot the family, and toid him of their deatte. Both couplee were married at once, and tnen Joining hands tbey heard the minister pro nounce the benediction. Again in the surrey they drove home, ar riving before the unsuspecting father. He found them at the breakfast table and or dered the wine. " Last a Wife, Oalaed a Mother. For the second time a danshter of Mrs. Jnoob Walters of Aurora, ill., has proved undutlful, and for the second time Mrs. Walters has barrrd her doors against a member of her family. Miss Nannie Wal ters is the second daughter who has mar ried against her mother's will. The girl Waa engaged to marry a young man of Aurora, but at the lust moment she lianted her mind and married one from Muncle. Hor mother has exiled her for this act. "Nannie was my favorite child," she said, 'and I miss her areatlv. hut I cannot change the words I have said to her. She actea contrary to my wlshes!n the matter and without telling me a word of what she Intended to do. Bhe did not treat me aa a daughter should treat a mother. She has made a great mistake." Will KuhL the youni man of Aurora who was Jilted by Miss Nannie, declares that he win taae tne plnce of a son to the mother whose daughter has acted contrary to her wisnes. Other Ties. Samuel W. Hammers, who krnna a noun- try store near Oettysbura. Pa., advertland for a wife recently and In the course of a iew uays received answers from 2.700 lorn women of the region. A young man In Moraantown. W. Va.. wanted to get married, but he didn't have the money to buy a license. Thlnaa look dark for him. but finally he decided to mane a bold dash for fortune. He trlsd poker and won t. The next day was his wedding day. A commercial rnmanra nam a in iik . Louisville Isst week when Harry Murray, vice president or the Louisville Heating company, was married to Miss Emma A. Laun, who had been employed as stenog rapher by the company. Tne reason for the iHiinnnnu. u... Pansy Motteler. th iiu.hi n . i.v... Louisville shoe dealer, has been discovered. one was married In July to "Nick" Denun slo, "king" of the newsboys In that city. Her father has made a new will. John Drast and Ma vrt. ., Germans, are about to start from Los An geles. Cal., on what probably is the strang est honeymoon ever undertaken by young v-uyie. mey leave In a small boat for the Bering sea, where they will hunt the black fox. They will spend the winter In the frosen north. John Habeoknr anri Ml., a i. n . Morton. Tasewell county. Wis., went to Peoria, III., to see the Pom nfmn. get married. They procured a license and ..u,. up colics Magistrate Fox. who sug gested that they miaht .k. - -w. b,isv KIIU. UVU on top of the city hall. If they desired. The V " XMm rBrabIy. and the party. wtW?. wltnMe". climbed to the top of the bulldlrur. and th. wi t..,, . off the noon hoar tho magistrate spoke the -..u. mai joined them "for better or worse. Tho Delineator for December. Amonar tha t.M. . - wiiiriDuiors to the Dumber D.l,ntor . re: Richard L. O.l- . - "oaie romance, A Wed ding Ulna- In tha ni . . - . vuiiuumng lyrics WltWn TZf r'iai W- A" yjL JL ? of Power and Pw:L5 BUelow M.rf. rV. u roioies of the ft. Ilnr.JMMU" Interest, entitled DClrt'lMr "0 undrew - amusing story-a trav esty On the Uailal m Ir. .... .,. . . ts- Aether oiL mc tures of this attraotlve Chrlslm- number re artlcto. by Ou.tar Kobbe r.. Hudson , : ' mmen and the third lrstUlment of Th. Evolution of a C, Woman, the ..rial story which I. IU" Kvm.i-i.m, '"""uie ciuo circles. Exqulslts color work Is exhibited In the hoUod SKh r?r-,,n Bbyhxx Child! hood. Olrlboad and Motherhood-the work fin 1ZT Z, 1 yjual0 Bcollard s nfeUr."""'-. the . . a "Peciai articles ap- broorinta to k. " f, . " - "'u ana replete with tateresung and helpful Information round out the number. STRENGTHEN THE POSTAL CARS Pro.reas foty Constrwetlo. of Cars Stops Whore Needed Most. As suggestive of the fact that government ownership of a monopoly cannot be always representative of the best of everything In the administration of that monopoly, the tnlted States postal department on several occasions has served as an Illuminating ex ample. That In one marked respect at the present time it Is falling short of ths com monest measures of precaution and safety with reference to both Its men and Its malls Is to be seen In the operation of the railway postal system. Twenty-flve years ago the traveling pub llo began to realise from the net showing of rsllway wrecks and collisions that a consld--rable element of safety lay simply in the olid, massive construction of the sleeping oar. As compared to the ordinary day coach In a head on collision, the passenger In the sleeper had many chances for life over tj,. passenger In the other vehicle. When the vestibule attachment to the sleeper was perfected the public safety again was contributed to in a marked de gree, and. finally, when It was discovered that a fast train, vestlbuled from' end ot end. virtually could not be telescoped under ordinary conditions of wreck, the railroad companies were quick to make every pas enger coach In the train thus Immune, so that today the limited trains on a railroad virtually are made up of one coach measur ing from the baggage car backward. But forward of the baggage car 7 There la the example of governmental shortsight edness which seems economically Inexcus able. Under the ordinary conditions of making up a through train anywhere on the continent there la. first, tha DrriMiiil.r. tin. weight of the train In the pasengr section of solid vestlbuled sleepers trailing at ths end. In front there la a mirht i.i.. ." avv.,,vvj va. built for speed and welahi Tim flats-hat not 1 'an tons, between there may be two. or three, or four mall cars, built of the flimsiest pat tern of wood, lacking the vestibule connec tions that make for safety, and rolllne- there uotwaen the weight of the train and the laignt.Of the locomotive, raad r into matchwood at the Impact of collision. no ciaas or men In a train's crew suffers more trora the average wreck than do the puotal clerks. No class of matter carried In a car may cause greater loss and Incon venience than the destruction of the first Class mail matter of one of these through trains. Fire Is an element of danger In one of these wrecked cars la always para mount And all because the rwfrrm,r( has not seemed to exact of tho rati roads In their contracted services tho same economio consideration that ths roads have given so freely In their own Interests to ths travel ing public. The railroad postal clerk la deserving ot mors consideration than he Is getting In ths circumstances. . The efficient clerk Is bom rather than made. He Is of material that Is not easily picked up In a crowd. As mere material be deserves to be husbanded mors closely than his government is disposed to do when It consents to have him placed as a living buffer between the crushing possi bilities of a 100 ton locomotive and a train of rolld sleeping cars. Th!s Is the logical age of steel. Give him a steel car that will neither crush nor burn. Give him a show for his life, even at tho expense of a little more governmental red tape. Chicago Tribune. Remains of aa Old Torvn. Relics of a prehistoric (own Inhabited by mound builders have been discovered In Montgomery county, Indiana. State Geologist Blatchloy has received samples of varloun articles. He says the eollpctlon Is superior to any In the world. It comes from the farm of J. H. Allen, which hs and Winton Utterback have been years In exploring. In the course of their research, without opening the mound to any consid erable extent, they have discovered an ax, fifteen arrowheads, a ceremonial stone and utensils for making bowstrings. The ax Is a big one, much too large, and unyielding for use in war. The ceremonial stone Is the relic that has taken the fancy of the state geologist. It is a smooth piece of stone resembling a double-bladed axe, with two grooves cut in the blades, but an uninitiated observer might take the stone for the petrified vertebra of some monster fish. Mr. P.latrhlpy says he believes this to be the finest of tho kind in the world. ' The utensil for making bowstrings Is a flat piece of slnte, with two tapering holes of different diameters running through It. It is supposed that the Inventors of this ar ticle used It for making deerekln thongs into bowstrings. Chicago Chronicle. As the Car Moved On. On one of the front seats of the grip oar, sacred to smokers, sat an elderly man with a long gray beard. He was smoking with great vigor a pips with a big bowl and a stem a foot and a half long. The car stepped at a street crossing, and a .buxom, rosy-cheeked young woman, find ing the other curs crowded, sat down by the side of tho elderly man. Ho took the pipe out of his mouth. "I'm afraid this smoke annoys you, miss," ho said. "Not a bit," she replied. "My brother smokes nil the time, and so does my father. I'm smoke dried." "Tou don't look It, miss," gallantly re joined the old gentleman, lifting his hat. Chicago Tribune. SUPREME COURT SYLLABI i The following opinions will be officially reported: 1230. Wllklns against Redding. Error from Douglas, Reversed. Glanvllle, C. Division No. 2. 1. Where personal property is pledged to secure the payment of a debt, tne pledger cannot recover the property In a replevin action without paying or tendering the whole amount of the debt and keeping good the tender. t Where the amount of a debt Is not In dispute a tender of the amount Is not bad because coupled with a demand for the return of the property, but must be kept good, though it may still be on the same condition; but where the amount of the debt Is In dlopute. a tender of any sum less than that claimed by the pledgee, though equal to tha amount actually due. Is not good if coupled with such a condi tion. I. A pledgee does not forfeit his lien by unsuccessfully contending that the equity of redemption has been extinguished by cor tract, or by a sale under his right as pledgee. ( 1S&4. Union Pacific Railway Company agalnet Howard county. Appeal from How ard. Former Judgment vacated and Judg ment of the district court reversed with Instructions. Albert, C, Division No. 2. 1. The authority of a county board to assess taxes la limited by section 5, arti cle Ix, Constitution to 16 mills on the dollar valuation, except for the payment of in debtedness existing at the adoption of the constitution, unlexs authorised by a vote of the people of the county. I. One object of such section Is to pro tect tax payers against an abuse of the taxing power of county authorities and the limitation extends to every exercise of that power. 1. A county board sssessed a tax of 15 mills on the dollar valuation and 8 mills to pay bonded indebtedness; in sdditlon thereto it asseseed 4 mills on the tax able property of one of its precincts, the county not being under township organiza tion, to pay for the erection of puhllc scales, erected In pursuance of ChapvVr 94, Complied Statutes, the scale tax was not authorised by a vote of tin. people of the county. In an action to restrain the collection of the scale tax, held: Thst the 4 mill levy was in contravention of sec-, tion 6, article Ix, supra and void. 4. Former Judgment vacated. 1256S. Wilcox avalnst Perkins county. Error from Perkins. Affirmed. Holcomb, J. 1. The fact that an official bond of a county officer as executed, is Joint, In stead of Joint and several, ns required by statute, is not an objection thereto of which tho obligors upon the- Instrument can avail themselves k a defense. The bond is good to the extent it compiles with the stall i in that regard. 2. While by the provisions of Section SO. Chapter 3?, Compiled Statutes, entitled "Frauds" fradulent Intent Is declared to bo a question of fact and not of law, yet It does not follow that such a question of fact muxt in every can"? be left to a Jury for its determination. If from the uncon tradicted evliltncn all reasonable men must reach but ono conclunlon, then It is proper for the court to direct a verdict.' 3. Where a full and complete settlement of a county ofneer with the county com missioners, wno are autnonxeu to mau the same, such settlement Is final and con clusive, unless there Is fraud, mistake or Imposition in making the same. Douglas county acalnst Dennett. 61 Nebraska, aOO, 12tt4:. Wl lams against Fuller. Error from Franklin. Former Judgment vacated: Judg ment of the district court affirmed. Pound, C. Division N- I 1. An asalirnment that "the court erred in excluding from the testimony proof as to the truth of the article and the charges made therein," Is too general and Indefinite to be entitled to consideration where a portion of the testimony offered upon tho subjects mentioned waa rightly excluded. 2. The answer in an action for libel alleged, among other things, thst tne arti cle complained of was not published of or concerning the plaintiff, and that It waa true. Held: that these allegations must be construed so aa to be consistent, and hence that evidence that the charges con tained in such article were true of tho plaintiff whs properly excluded. l,2is. mull nros. ngainsi roweu. error from Hamilton. Reversed end action as to Stull lirox. dismissed. Hastings, C. Di vision No. 1. 1. To authorise a Joinder of parties as defendants they must ho under a Joint liability or must be claiming some .right In the subject matter of the action. t. To authorise summons to another county In a merely personal action for money there must te an actual right to Join the resident and nonresident defend ants. t. A nonresident defendant may Join a plea to the merits with a plea to the Juris diction where the facta as to ths latter are not apparent on the face of the record. 4. Where the question of jurisdiction Is thus litigated the nonresident defendant does not by appealing from a county court's adverse decision waive his plea to the Jurisdiction. . Where defendant's plea to the Juris, diction only inferentlally alleges a service of summons In another county, ths tacts of service sppearlng In the record will be considered when his pleading Is at tacked for the first time in this court. 13uuOP. Pomerlne against White. Error from Lancaster. Affirmed. Oldham, C. Di vision No. L 1. The master Is liable for tha negligent set of a servsnt committed within the scope of or as a necessary incident of his employment. i. Where, as an Incident of employment. It la necessary for a servant to open a trap door to perform his labor, and ho carelessly and negligently leaves the trap door open after performing the work, and one to whom such duty Is owed Is injured by such nrgllsance, the master Is liable. 1. When lulntlff makes out hi case without dlacluslug coittrtbutoiy nesllgenco tha burden is on defendant to eaiabllaa its eslatrnce as an affirmative defenm. 4. In sn action ly a married woman for personal inlurirs It Is proiHT to show that she has beea Inca wiis led t'V t.non of IOHJIR (5UAKANTEJS I a. I I Barrios Diamonds havo steadily gained In popularity since their introduction Into tnls country. Their sale in Chicago has been phenomenal. Five of tho most beautiful stores in State street are devoted exclusively to the sale of these marelous stones. The Barrios Diamond Company also own and operate stores in Denver, Seattle, St. Louis, Detroit, Cleveland, Pittsburg, New York, Paris, Berlin, London, Buenos Ayres and In over ono hundred smaller cities throughout the United States. Barrios Diamonds have stood the test of time and In places where they have been sold for years are more popularto-day than ever. Every stone is absolutely guaranteed to retain Its original brilliancy forever and any stone which fails to give complete satisfaction or by accident proves to be unsatis factory In any way Is replaced without any expense whatever to the purchaser. Read the guarantee. Come and See This Magnificent Display. Diamonds at t -20 of th.lrv.lu.. Barrio. Diamonds possess .vary quality of beauty and Indottruotlblltty that m.k.s . rogular dlamosxi ratuabl. Forovory pur.os. of .d.rnmont and b.auty Barrios Diamonds may b. u.od In .laos f aontilaa, witn aosltJv.Msur.no. th.tth.y defy dotoetlon. RINGS that se.m to be worth $50.00 for $2.00 BCARF PINS that teem to be worth $200.00 for $2.50 BROOCHES that seem to be worth $150.00 for. $2.50 CUPP BUTTONS that toom to be worth $150.00 for.. $1.50 STUDS that seem to be worth $75.00 for , $1.50 ' LOCKETS that item to be worth $35.00 for. $2.00 f 7 5 Marguerite Brooch. Petals of chased fold, mount d wita cluster ix spiralis! Vrflusnt, OssblDC stones la tils center at4 perfectly matched pare white stones, of extraordinary beauty, be tween the petals. A marnltl- cent ornament. Ac-1 taslly worth fU. A saxfaiD at . 0i JL Solitaire Drop Earrinta. Daplleatcs of th fa mo as w tls wore by Mm. Barrios, pronounced genuine by x- Darta. Thee earrlnss sre of .x. tra hssvy sold Dlat.warrsnted to win for IS years. Set with perfectly white and brilliant Stones that absolutely defy detection. They seats to b avaia ta va $2.00 worts at least IimTOO. Our prlo - i, .A . Oreclan Scroll Brooch. A dainty design copied from a claMic fooad In Athens. Beautifully ensrsved. with a sparkling, flaslUng svon In th i center. Cannot bs told from i original brooch n w f afK 9I.0V Caff Battooa. Those Unks are extra heavy gold lilsd, xqulsitly flnlshsd, plain pol ished gold with ens brilliant whits stoas. Thiy appear to b worth I&0. I and rstaln their brll- CI tX( i Kascy. Our pries Vs-V tbo purpose of showing the nature and ex tent of tier injuries t. Central City against Enale, tl N. W. Rep., M8. examined and ,dlstlnKulhed. d. Action of tho trial court In admiaalon of evldenc. examined and approved. T. Quantum of damages examined and held not excessive. 12KZ8. M. H. Kaeilty and Guaranty Co., Baltimore, against Etienhflmer. Error from lncaatr. Ames C. L1vb1uu No. 1. L Principles of eBtuppel are uiututtl and reciprocal. One who aurcaxafully altarUn sppollate procvedlnas uj.on the groumi Hint thy ar uitauthuiUrd by Uw and wholly void la estopped afterwards to aMert that they are la any r-it valid. This rule applies to an ti.prl undertaking by which GUARANTEE EACH AUD EVEQtf GTOHE to rclcia its briOicncy forever, end Hid KQ:nlinj3 to Cfto perfect saibfcctioii. Uo uiEl cfro CI0.000.GQ to cntchcritctto institution if it ccn bn chonn lint uo over rofuso to rcplaca a oteno that does cot givo csti faction. .DAliniOS DIALIQIIDS uill stand scids, feest. slkcli, ofc; in feet they ccn ba ncshed crd dosned lib ordinary diamonds, end so neor do tby rcsrafcfo tfcea that 0UEnnr.IEf3T mmiS hm ti tzz iff ' jit 1 W sasUasi-iryW Triple Serpent Ring. nakroe and beastlfnl aesifa. Sot with say combination of stones. Babies, Gmerslas, Tor quota or pure white, perfectly brilliant Bar SoIltelroScrewEerrlnfe The latest and moot popular deslra Is Barrings this season. Two ajagnH-eatly brill's t para whit stones, perfectly srateh'd sot la extra heavy filled gold, Ton oesKirsty cannot dtoda. rios lutmonat. a rmg 00 EvH$2.00 tost saouia n sell for tM. J Oar price i h Eairared Belcher Blot. Baad mads, exquisitely engrsved. Large, pur white, perfectly bril liant and spsrkllsg stone, guaranteed to re tain It brilliancy fr vr. Mountings gnar aatsed for years. Can not dlstlnnliihed I Larfe. Small Clue ter llof. Aa asset copy of ring ' i costing tlgt.OO. Ilmar i aid, ffuby or Tnrquols i ' centers. A macnldctnt 1 jewel, warraotod for IS ! special bar. 4a50 gain at V , & Cluster Scar! Pin. 10 beautifully whit and perfectly brtlUant stones, flashing and sparkling, around a Huby, Emerald or Tur quala center. Ths mnst beautiful and stylish scarf pin ever worn. is 1S2.50 A Quaint and beautiful doalga origlsally worn a passant. Aa exact copy of a Moorish design costlsg 1275. Uesvy gom aum sei penecuy sriiii .tAn.a A ana bargain; oax pries IMPORTANT. D. not oonfound Barrios Diamond, with Rtilne Stonss, Bolivia, . Alaska, La Porla, Transvaal, Sumatra, .r, In fast, any othor Imitation Diamonds, n. matter what th. nam. may bs. Barrio. Diamonds ars th. nly stQn. whloh will posltlvsly rs taln tholr brllllanoy. All othor Imitation, aro mad. ,of ehemloals, ohssp glass or pasta. Barrios Diamonds havo novor boforo boon Mid In y.ur city. Any .no who may have sold y.u Imitation diamonds a. Barrloa baa grossly doeolvod and eheatod y.u. DIAMONDS DUPLICATED. Koyalty and tho "400" who awn colabratod and costly dia monds, ast In Naoalaooe, Tlatas, Brooehos. 010., heos thorn la burlarprof safes, while they wear ta nobllo tho asset daali. oatos sol la Barrios Diamonds, aad no ono over dotoots tho dlfroroace. mm from Cedar. Affirmed. Oldham, C. Divi sion No. 1. 1. It is not necessary to republish tho notlc of application for license to sell In toxicating liquors after additional names are n;rn.itted to be added to the petition. 2. Infant children, although residents and Heirs to estates of Inheritance In real es tate in the preclni't, are not qualllied sign ers of a vetllion for the sale ot Intoxicating Hiiunrs In such precinct. 13o48. loyer against Richardson Drug 'om;iajiy, Error from Dawes. Reversed. Dume, C. Division No. I. The endor of personal property cannot rescind the contract of sa.1 and recover poatieoalon f r( tn th vendee on th ground f f f'Hiid and rt .- li t. f"- ..f r. .. ' . 0 iViJ Solitaire karat ' t , FiTe-Stene Hoop Kiiif. A dainty and popalar design. VIts evenly matchod ra sno poneciiy it stones, moont hasd In oxqnls- brllllaat stones, meant sd bv hssd In oxonls it.lj Bui (lit d hosvy gold Blled. A ring set nelly worth l&oa It sbso- sr$3.oo .iaf,aw Round Belcher. Ths most popalar ring f ' th tlmss. Warrant d for IB years. This ring cannot b told from a ring set with a gen ulna diamond worth wits with par wt.lL, f 12.00. Our $1.50 prices M.00 and 9 respoctlnc soma matter material to the eon tract ana upon which the vendor relied in making the sal and extending credit for the purchase price. U Woolaey against Chamberlain Bank, ing House. Error from Johnson. Reversed. HTrkpatrlck. C. Division No. t. While the Hen of a tax upon personal property la Inferior to a chattel morlgugs given alter the taxes were levied, but be fore the tax books cam Into the hands of ' the collector, such mortgage is inferior to tne Ilea or taxes levied anu assessed against the mortgagor for subsequent years upon the property mortgaged remaining In his pos- salon. loooS. kicKeiisis agnlnst lleaumont. An- I? eal frt-in Perkins. Judgment. Albert. C. ? ;: rsrfostly white and I brilliant 1 or a ; stones, aaad sat ta 1 heavy gold filled meant- tags. Onr pries (they 1 sansot be dlsUaguiihed frosi ths f i taanlas) ..Jpl.DU i s t I S f,-.- a . will1 r&tmll-l-1---- ro)fo)fnl(g J2) mW So f Star Titfany Sonbsrit. Ao ezq lanlsitetr beaatlfnl and brtniaoc collection of bln- whits stcntes. A brooch which could not bo duplicated la geo nt&e diamonds for less than IJbO, out Brie end yon ess t U 5i.S2.50 U front tho gsn iV I 'J L Oreclaa Scroll Brooch. Chased gold, set with spark, ling stones. On of th most Supnlsr deslgss ever made, leavy rolled gold plat. Will wear a lifetime. In genuine brooch Is w'th llTB.S4.Tll Special srlc .... "JV Oeld Tracery' Brooch. On of tha handsomest snd daintiest brooches ever da Iro.d. Burnished geld, flll-d. Will wear for lb yr. Bet with seven magnlUcently braotlful icently braotirul :::.:$2.oo stones, a bargain at siu.uu. war price .... Coll Buttons. bsasttfol sngravod ooslga set wtth small hat vary br<ant Thoss bsftoaa saaaot h toid goama goods worth :ir...$2.00 aus.0& They defy taction. Oar price QEBa , proper officer, showing that It was duly acknowledged before him by the mortgagor. may uo reaa in eviaeuoe without lurlher proof. i. To entitle the holder of a real eatata mortgage to a decree of foreclosure, It is not necessary to show that the mortgage has been duly recorded. t. One who redeems from a tax sale of real estate, when he has no title to or In terest In such real estate, Is a mere volun teer, and such redemption a-ives him no claim atralnst the o wnr of thtt land i.ur my llu taat..it th Una ltaelf tor iU fUeniy Uua iuey. 4. An Rpplicatloo tor a receiver U mC drHHMM) to th sound dU(Ttlon of the trial