Medford mail tribune. (Medford, Or.) 1909-1989, July 18, 1914, SECOND EDITION, Page PAGE THREE, Image 3

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All eniiimuiilcitlloiis liotiil tie lo
liy Friday. Aililrciin orlcty editor,
or phulin, 82-J.
Thu wmlillm: of Ml Mtt l.cn Kuit
iinr sml Mr l.en thiol on July -' 2 1 1 d .
proinjj?" li Im thu moid eluliornlii af
Inlrnf.Jhn nt'HHoii.
Alitrh entertaining linn been done
IIiIn punt week Mr Mis' Koutnor who
In oim or tho most popular niMiiilmri
Of tlln )nilUger net,
Miss IVrn Hutchison nml MIm
Allro Htreet gnvo n mlsmllnitroiu
lionr Tuesday ntlernoon In honor
or Minn Ma len Keulncr, llin bride
elcit, nt the homo or Ml llutrlilmm.
Hhnstn inline nml Ivy wen iimhI
cffcirtlvely In decoration,
llrlilgc wan ilH)fl ilnrliiK lh nt-
leMIUOIl.
Tim giiesl beside I ho honor guest
vur MimuIhiiich. Hurry llrn, Albert
Drown, liert Thkroir, II Itotherinsl,
IMwIn Juuncy, lUlph llardwcll,
WliHdon IIIiIiIIp, Irn Dodge, llurdIU
DoiIko, Chan. Ilrown, W. Htokr. II,
l.lmUoy, AUn Driiry, l. McCunly, II.
Kenlner, C. II. Hnillli or Bl. loiil,
W I. Vawter, K. II, IMcVitl. Jan An
drew, MIm' Jomihlnn Hoot. Edith
I'lnli, Biuan Deuel, Csthorlnn Deuel,
l.urllit Marshall, Mablo Bcantlln, Dorld
liKly or Talent, l.oura Trleehler.
Mr. Charles Ilrown entertained nt
breakfast Thursday murnliiR In lion
or or Ml Ida l.w Kcutncr at her
home on Kaitltt Point mail. Tho
houwi was prettily decorated with
Simula Dalslc. After thn breakfast
bridge win playml,
The guests besides Mlu Kontner
were Mesdame II. 0. Kentncr, flmlth
or Ht. l.oiils, Marry l.lndsey or On
tral l'olnt, Wallrr Rlokci. Iloinor
nothrrmal, AUn Drury. Marry (Iray,
Itatph llanlwKll, dm, HolKirtn, Whnl.
don lllililli', lliinlnttn DoiUn, Jr.
Mltfi'D JtKfpliliir ItiHil. Alien Hlrrrla,
Hiimin Dfiiel, IVrn MutchUon.
MIm IZIUaurth Itlrhanla rntrr
talnVil a rnw rrlonda at ta Thurailay
afltirnonn, at hr homo on Twth
trtnl. '
llrr rumU " MlmK Ion-)
I'lynn, UiU Lanrnnti-r, l.aura Itlch
nnli, Jiwnraao Hutlir, Flora Wnlc'i,
llt-rilm HranilcnhurR. ,
Mm. HtRlnalil I'aMoni rotor-
talni'il at lunchmm Friday at hr-r
hoini', Mlllcrcit orchard, (or Mr. S
Vila llockwllli, Mm. l)lroy (lolcliell.
Mm. Nnwhall, Mm. Htoroy of Tana-
dioia. Cal., and Mm. I.lnroln Mrt'or
mark,
Mm. C. K. Winn of Mnnkato, Minn.,
urrlvi-a flunday to attend tlio wwldluR
of Iut noihw, loo Hoot. Blio will
niukrt an nxUtiitlcil lalt with hor
mothiir, Mm. I.w, on North OakdnU
Til ri'Riilar hl-wockly danco of tho
Country cluh will lu hold thU vtn
Iiik ut tfio cluh hoiiMS
Thin allornoon tho tonnU toiirna
ini'tit IivkIuh.
Mr. nn.l Mm. I.lnroln McCormacc
ontorlnlui'd at dlnnur Monday for
Mr. and Mm. K. F. (luthrlc, Mr. nml
Mr, CornliiK Ki-nloy and Mm. IoIkI-
Hpoueor.
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A lunrhron Ih IhiIiir Riven MIh
FoltH, Hlalo proalilfiil f U"' 1'arrnt-
Toachora' nHRorlntlou today, hy tho
l'aront-Teachora' aoclatlon of Mod-
(ord.
Mr, and Mm. II. J. Trowbridge
utid children, and Mr. and Mm. mi
TrowbrldRo loavo noxt wpok on u
motor trip throiiRh DoiiRlaa county.
Mr. and Mm. Woldon Hlddlo onlcr-
tain lhl vonlnK with a danco in
honor of MU Ida I.co Kenlnor ani
Mr, I.uo Hoot,
.
tr nmi Mn. (loorKO I). Carneiiter
nr) expected homn noxt wjok from a
trip to Ban Francisco ana uel Monte.
i.. nniutrt WlUon la exnectod
hoiuo loon from Chicago, whore he
hiia beon for tho punt month.
11. T II llnrnnli mill flllllllV Of KU
Kone, formerly of Medford aro vlilt-
liiKjfrlendu In the vanoy.
iJi4rlii Kent nor roturnod Thui
.in.AVmiayiWnnoliilu whoro alio liai
lieota'for the paat year,
Mr. nhd Mra. Ernest NVebb nnd MUs
Hollo gmltli loft thla weuu lor u
luud, Cal;
Mm. R. J, Ronm l Hio "l r MH1
Funny Muhiiiiib.
KSW
Mr. It. .I, lUirl of Urn 0. H. Cur
IimiIit ori'lmrilN pimt n ilnnt'fl Hnlur
ilny OVi'lilliR- l' ohmi Ihc new luirkliiR
iiniiMf nl Inul pliu'f, wln'H It IUohI ni
joynlilo llini" wn lul. Thom irr
flit wen Mt'iiliuiii'H l It. Trilrlck, H.
Ilnnil. Iliiiih'y K, Tiiiiihiirf, (I. Tliomii.
Hon, MikNi-H Hull), Mnlii-I nml NVIIli
Thmnp-iui, Inn Doll.', I.oi)1hii Hurry,
1 1 it . loiimon. KM ii U-riiliimi. uum
ami Violet Cox, Klhel Wrriiiui, Vlln
lliiuiN. liH'r. Iti'iliuilh, Hull) Chiimii-
lln, .Mnlile nml Liiurn Te.lrink, Hmiley,
Violet Wlliiioll, (Irueo nml Kiln rol
ler, It. J. Kiirl, II. Cofnn, l-rniik iur-
rrll. (Mnreiieo 'IV.Irlek. I'.. II. Tnlnek,
CIiiim. MrClnlii, M. Heriliiii, I.. llimhi'H,
II. Heriliiii. C. .Mnvnelil, ('. CliiiHe, I,.
Cox, It. Cnrpi'iiler, It. Fmry, Finnk
llnrrell.
Mr. r.nif.1 J. Hmllli nml Mi l.oU
III IMher Me Arilioinl oi Aieoioni
were murrleil Siimlny nt Ii'rIi lU'i'U ul
AkIiIiiihI Itev. V. T. Vim Heoy per
fonniiiK ""' eeremony. Alter the
weilillnif n lirenkfiiM wiim wreil ly
MIhh F.lhrlyn Hurley nt ChnutitiHUii
pnrU. Holli orlile nml :riM.iu ore
well known in Mnlfiinl where lliry
liiivn lived for iiiiiny yeiim nml ore
erv popnlnr. After n weddlnu trip
of two wreU nl I'orllniiil nml New-
IMirt Mr. mnl Mr. Smith will iiuiki
their home in Mnlfonl.
In honor of Mik KiniJiue Fiero,
who leme next wefk for Piiri", Mr.
nml .Mr. Conro Hero rnlrrlnliiril nt
ilinner Wi'iliiewlny exeiiinj;.. The
lientu w,ere Mr. nml Mm. Corning
K'enley, Mr. nml Mm. H. V. Hiek
wllli, 'Mm. Fred Cowle. U Cur
Mnler, MY. Hon Clnrk, Mr. Itohert
Itulil, Mr. II. Chmiiller Kriiii.
The young Imliet of the Catholic
eliiirrli entertniueil ut ennU Tlium
day cenliiR nl the pnrili hall when
MU Ciilheriiie Murj'liy won the lion
urn for the luilir mnl Mm. flronrr
Conitn for the men.
Mrr Joint A. Perl. ilmiRlilvr lime,
ami Min niiuly-t IVnrt lefr by hutil
thin inontSnR for Cmler Iwike. From
there they ro to Klmnntli Full mid
expert to' return to Medford Mondny
t-tnliiR. ...
,fm. Hteln Seluiilliili mill w.n of
Onklniul, Cnlifornlii, mnl Mis Mulilc
Ciirrll of Moilrntu, Ciillfornln, ore the
rui'mU of Mr. nml Mm. T. IIiirIich.
Mi (lliulyi l.oiiR mnl Mi Helena
I.OHR hnve retiiruril to their homo in
Yrekn, Ciilifornin, mnl n fortiiichtV
vlit with friend.
Mr. mnl Mm. P. W. Iliunil mnl
eliildren hnve returned from u molor
trip lo CreM-ent (,'ity mid F.urekn,
Ciilifornin.
Mr. nud Mm. 0 II, llotie (nee
flrruldinn Itukt'N) left Vedne.dny for
Portland where tliey will innke Iheir
home.
Mm. C. llurri, Mm. I.. HurRenH
mid Mm. P.uiinu ('line lene next
week for n ntnv nt Stewart Spring.
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Mr. A. W. Wnnioek nud dntiRhler
of MinnrnpoliH ore tho ptotN of Mr.
nud Mm. P. J. NeflV hiler.
Mis Lillian Aheruft mid iIiiiirIi
ler, Klher, liuvo relurned from n
llireo iiioiiIIik' viil in Yrekn.
Mr. mid Mm. P.duiu Jmiiiey ore the
RuejU of Mm. JunueyV mint, Mm.
Denuixlnn, ou Mast Main.
Mr. nml Mm. K. K. (Itillirie, Vilnn
Heekwith mid Itriiinnrd Heekwilli iiru
on mi unto trip In Crater Luke.
Mm. Florence flnffc nnd Min Cor
dvliii (lol'fe uri' Hpoiuliiip; the week
end with Mm. Alun Hreekenreld.
Mr. und .Nfm. CIiuh. Kulielior nnd
eliildren of Shornuin, Texns, iin the
kuohIh of Mm. Aiiiilo Kellrhor.
Mm. Bum (lurdner nnd eliildren nro
upending Home time with Mm. J. II,
Pnroiiru ut her country home.
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Slis&'Vnv, Hntficld Ji'iik relurned to
her Iqui)J,Ko4!bih;j, uter u fort
iiIrIiI'h vit.lt iii MoilfortV,
Minn Elhcl Povoney of OrnnH
Paw Iiiih been the ;wA of lieuilH in
Medford IIiIh week.
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MisM Nellie Lodge of Allium! ui
relumed lo Iter homo uftur n short
vi.lt in Medford.
Miss Curoliuo Andrews spent the
week-end as the guest of MUs Jenn
et I o Sulude.
Miss Gwiit Kinxiu of Bvuttlo is thn
guext of Mr. nud Mrs. ITenry Metx.
Mi nnd Mrs, II. Cofrey of Kureka
uru vWlinj,' frlemU in Medford. "
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A inonl fllghlfiil breiikfiiMt vn
(Ivrtn l;'rlilnv iniinhijr for Mio. Ida
1-V Kfllliieri'liic hriile elect, ill ihc
hp(ir 'hf (Mm. Homer Itolheiioul, the
hohleiV lo'lnif Mm. (leu. Itolurl,
Mr-. Mnry Lliidny mnl Mm. Itolh
epniil. Tlic Immimi wiih ilerornled
wllhwilh iiiiicm of pink weel peim
unit HIiiihIii duilc. At Mix Kent
iier'rt tnhlc wiim n niinittiire nllitr with
kcwpicN, nppropriiilcly dreei for u
weihliiiR, n'prcM'iiliii).' n hride, grooM
nud iiiiuiHler.
Kewpti-M ntlired in upplc Rreen (the
color to he iiM'tl nl the wedding)
were ued its place curd.
,.,MiN Siimim llciiel hud lie lii(ilii"t
cort' Mr. Clinrlc Ilrown hml w
oud ptiwe, mnl Ihc Ihukt guct tc
ecK'ed u hliudiiiiiM' gift.
The in lied gucl were, ltciile
lie honor Rtiet, Mediiine lliiruell
Dodut. Jr., I'dwin .Inuiiey, Hurry
(Irny, Alun Hrury, Wdelhon Middle,
llurilwcll, Irn llodue, Clin. Hrowu,
Albert Ilrown, Pert Thicrolf, W.
ICeullier, MI-nc .liiNCphilic Itool, lli'l
ICeiiluer. Fern Hulcliioii, Kumi
Heiiel, dimly Curry, Jean Horlon,
Alice SticctM, Mnble Kcmillio, Kdilh
l'ih.
Mm. . IlichiirdHou Piilterou
milium) her doll like Ikmiic, J'Jll NVt
Tenth xtreet Sntiirdiiy iiflennoii,
with ii wealth of Khnxln dninieH nr
rniiReil in mound, nud niled by
Mi MnrRiiret Steven, received n
trnuip of voiinj- friend, iih n com
pliiueiil lo ii wiiiMiiuc miiiiii; ixilor,
MiH Hull. Merrick of Medford, Ore..
whi i houo iitor of her mint,
Mii StHlu Merrick, X" Ithcn Mrcct.
Cnfd cr'e the siecliil diverxiou of
the nfleniooii bourn mid during the
progrenrt of the gnme of five hundred
flower hliokrtf. filled with miltiliee
enidie were presented n fnvom.
Trophy winner were Mm. Merri-
wvlher nml the hour guet. At the
eoue)uion of the text of hkilt, a col
lulion wn ervcd on the muiiII table.
The happy uroup wiik composed of
three luueheon giicts who were col
lege mnteH of (iertriide Hoover Put
lemon nt Whitticr, Minos Mnrguii-
rilc Keteb, Mabel Tntrbtood nnd
Lillian littler, nnd nlo the chum of
her Ncbool ilny in thU city, Mih
Margorct Steven. Additional kuc(m
fori (he ultenioon included Mic
llnth Merrick, norcneo nnd , Ague
Dunfee, Fannie Untndentriti Vnsliti
Cmnbliit, Mm. Hrler nnd Mm. Lyle
Merithew. 'Long Hrneb Telegram.
Mr. nnd Mm. II, 0. Pururkcr have
gone to Ahlmul where Mr. Piirucker
will be in liu-iiu'H.
Mm. A. Duff eiilertuiiied ut luueh
eon Tuediiy for rm. J. I', Stewart
mid Mm. It. Scnfiehl.
Mm. Fred Hnpkiiw left this week
for Portland for n lmrt iit.
Mix Melu Duley of Unite Full
iA'viitiug friend in Medlord.
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Mis Kvu Jerome bus relurned
from n vNil in (llendnle.
WAS MISERABLE
COULDN'T STAND
IWifot Sh Wu RMtorad
to Hcdth by Lydia &
Pwkkam't Vegetable
Compound.
Lackawanna, N. Y. "After my flrat
Mi wax born I felt very mlwable and
ceukl not atand on
my feet My (UUr-in-law
wlihed me to
try Lydla E. Pink
bam'a V'ugetablo
Compound and my
nerves became Arm,
appetite good, step
elaitlc, and I loit
that weak, tlrod
feeling. That waa
alx yearn ago and I
have had three lino
healthy children ilnce. For female trou
ble I alwaya take Lydla E. Plnkham'a
Vegetable Compound and it worka like
a charm. Idoallmyownwork.,'-Mr.
A. F. Krkamek, 1674 Electric Avenue,
Lackawanna, N. Y.
The aucceaa of Lydla E, Plnkham'a
Vegetable Compound, made from roots
and herbs, la unparalleled. It may ba
used with perfect confidence by women
who suffer from "displacements, Inflam
mation, ulceration, tumbrs,(rregulari ties,
periodic pains, backache, bearing-down
f etWrig, flatulency, Indlgestlon.dlxxlneas,
or hervoua prostration. Lydia E. Plnk
ham'a Vegetable Compound la the stan
dard remedy for female ills.
Women who suffer from those dis
tressing ills peculiar to their sex should
bo convinced of the ability of Lydia K.
Plnkham'a Vegetable Compound to re
store their health by tho many genuine
and truthful testimonials wo are con
stantly publishing In the newspapers.
If yeu want inetlal advise writ t
Lydla K. riMkfcam Msdloias C. (!
Mtlsl) LyRN, Haas. Yur totter will
tesfsstsdt read at4 answered by a
iHHta amd kald 1m ainat aasuUaavaa
wJL&Jm
wffflm
Mr, nud Mm, Ifarry Ilolnin tmtcr
t a I nod n fow Intlmato frlomU at their
homo, Cin South Central Friday even
InR In honor of Mm, K, L, Hurnett'i
birthday, Th room went nlcoly
decorated with flowori! and the nven-
Iiir aixint In playing five hundrml. Ite-
frcnlnnciit wero xervod. Tho KWi'tn
woro Mr, and Mm, (leorgo Miller, Mr.
nnd Mm. Omon ICarly, Mr. and Mm
It L. Ilurnett, Mm. Mamlo Miller
I.dhIIi. Onhortie.
Mm. J. T. Conrad, 032 I'nlrn strt-et
wa very pleaaanlly auriirlwd Turn,
iliiy oveiilne, thn ocnmlon bnlnR her
birthday. Those- present were Mr
and Mm. Orover Darnell, Mr, and
Mm. II. C. HlevcrtKon, Mr. and Mrs.
Omon 1'arly, Mr and Mm. V. I)
Walter, Mr. and Mm Hobert Mont
Kotuery, Miss Jxalwllo Hlovertiion
Warren and Kariinnt Conrnd. He
frealiiiienta were m-rveij durliiK the
uvenliiR,
Mr. ndd Mm. Pnul Jiiniiev enler
tuiucd nt ii porch dinner. Among
the guctK were Mr. nml Mm. Wnlter
Folycr, fr. DcniiiMnn, Mr. nnd Mr.
Iru Dodge, Mr. mid Mm. Edwin Jim-
ney, mid Mr. mid Mm. F. II. Clnrk.
Mr. It. L. Cooer and lit tt dmigli
er Evelyn, or Crescent Cily, Cnl..
who hnve lierii, iiling her piirrnl
Afr. nnd Mw.J). II. Soli, left for
home Thiimdoy morning.
Mr. and Mm. Charles J. Kellehor
and their three, children from Hher
man. Teas, ar vIkKIiik with Mm. An
iitu Kellehor.' They will remah
IhroiiKh tho mi in hut.
Mm, (tforga Hutterway and daiigh
ter. Kllxabeth of Cottonwood, Cal .
who ha been the ;uet of Mr. and
Mr. K. W. Whipple. 415 Knlnht
street, ha returned home.
Mr. Itllny f), Henxon and two little
son, .lame and .Stanley Hire, were
thn Kiicnta of Mr, and Mm. (. W
Crowr, at Ashland Friday.
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Mr. and Mrs. HlnRhain and MUs
Bingham of Santa llarbara. Cal., ar
rived Friday and. will be the ruvKr of
Mr. Hal Hlngham.
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Mr. and Mrs. W. 8. Frailer of
Madlion, Wis., aro the guest of Mr.
and Mrs. C. H. Howtimn.
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MIm Harriet Tsrny or OranRcfleM.
Idaho, I the RUit of Mint Mable
Bcotleld. J '
Ned and (leorgo Vilas aro on i
camplnR trip to ire Josephine county
caves.
' Mm. Chas. Conner entertained Sun
day evenlnR for her daughter, Miss
Dorothy.
MUa Cordelia Coffo li visiting Mil
dred UerlR.
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New York now has tbe only official woman ratcatcher In the world.
Through the recent death of her father, William A. Ueltler, last except one of
the old time rodent exterminators who caught tbetn with his bare band,
Gertrude Ueltler, slim of form, has become his successor.
In the little, mossed up room In New York that Is laboratory, rat cage and
rennln exterminator manufactory, she can be found any of these days poring
over the score sheet which details the operations of her "rat catchlns" crew
lu ships, hotel and dwellings. If she is In one of her light moods nnd she is
geucrally the may be fouod tweaking the tail of Fin, ber pet bouse rat. or
Mozart, hoary father of many generations of wharf rodents.
Mr. nud Mm. H. L. Irwin of Chi
cage hnve returned to Medford nnd
wilt spend tho cummer' here.
Mr. nnd Mr. C. M. Kidd motored
to Hotehurg this week ncrnmtaiiied
by Mr. nud Mm. Pnul Jnnney.
Mm. Benton Powers of .Wilnnd
wn the gue-l this week of Mr-. H.
P. Mulkev.
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Mr. and Mr. Leon Hniklnt and
famllyhdve returned from n trip to
Newport.
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Kolger and
Mrs. Ira Dodge left Friday on a 'trip
to Alaska.
ummer
Secured by the Use of Electricity
Electric Toaster Stoves, Electric Coffee
Percolators, Electric Irons, Electric
Vacuum Cleaners and Electric Fans
will enable you to Cook, Iron and Clean
and be Cool and Comfortable
DOING THINGS
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216 WEST MAIN STREET
on Main Floor.
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OF KILLING HATS.
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Mr. nnd Mrs. Pnut Jnnney gave n
dinner parly on Fridnv night.
m m
Mm. V. C. Hire, 713 West Elev
enth street, entertained a few' friends
Friday evening in honor of 'Mm.
Mntnio Kiddle, who roon leaves for
Portland. Those present were: Mm.
W. A. Isanc., Mm. Mamie Kiddle,
.Mm. E. C. Jerome," Jlis Carrie Mor
ri, Mr. nnd Mm. W. C. Kiee, IeRm.
W. H. Thompon, William Kice, Hnr
old Kiddle.
WOMEN
Sell guaranteed hosiery to friends
and neighbors; 70 jier cent prefit:
make $10 dally. Experience unneces
sary. International Mills, box 4029,
West Philadelphia. Pa.
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THE ELECTRIC WAY
Power Company
Salesroom in Basemsnt vZXJfB ,
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ONLY COSTS DIME
FOR EMIGRANTS TO
LEAVE RUSSIA
ST. PETKItSHPIlO, tuHln, July
18. KusAin H nboiit to reeognizo n
legitunnte the emigrntinn of her utr-
phi million lo countriCA other thntt
thoe in Europe, nnd tho minUtry of
rommeree today imbmilted to lh
enhinet n bifl to nboljMi orno f the
penalties hitherto nttneking to tin
nuthorired emigration.
The bill in its prcnmhlo specmlly
refers to the 281,000 emigrnnls from
Kuiin to Amcricn lnt yer, nnd
nlo to the fnct Hint .f.'iO.OOO.OOO wn
remitted to Kuhhiu in 111 HI by Kns
Hinn Hiibjcetx, who have settled on
Hie other mdo of the Atlantic
In place of tho Mpeniv pn.
porlH which heretofore hnvo beeji
neccBsary to everybody demrint? to
depart front KiiHHin, permiti will he.
iued nt the cot of only 10 cent
in future. '
The fine of $7.f0 half yearly until
now inflicted ou nhicnteefl who have
been more than pix month abroad,
U to be nbolihed in tho cne of
those reluming on board Kuiiian
fltenmem.
The hill nlo provides for the e
tnblifhineut of n fond lo nxHHt emi
grants in I(ui&n jtortW nnd abroad
und for the appointment of n special
eommSion to drfend their inleret
in foreign countries.
Emigration agents by one clause of
the bill nre made liable to itupriHoil
mcot for holding out faUe induce
ment to emigrant.
Why Not
Cet the best smoke. Got. Johnson,
and also patronize homo. '
i i i i . ... ii ma mn lafl
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Experts Agreed
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