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The Richmond Palladium, Tuesday July 3, 1908.
polling Intlefs Local General.. Beer of quality, combined with pur ity our RIcHond. Export Beer i the Beer to drink. It la the flavor and healthfulness that constitutet quality In Beer. This Is possible by the best mat and modern brewing facilities. M THE MINCK BREWimiO. New PEione 4 AL. H. LIU NT 7 Nogtfc&ftlnth Can. sell or trade you any thing in real estate. See him. ROUND TRIP TO DAYTON WEDNESDAY Q VIA DAYTON & WESTERN TRACTION GO. Horse At Fair Groi Races ds. $4,500 In Parses New Amisements Lakeside Park and Fairview Park Grand $10,000 Display of Fireworks At the Soldiers' Home t At Dftyton Basel Ball Dayton vs.! Springfield 1 C. O. DAKER Q. P. & P. A. 5c W 50c To Grand I Centennial Celebration AT Ea0N, 0. I July Wednesda 4th Via Dayton & Western Traction Co. Mammoth Industrial and Aotomo- bile Parade a 9 a. m. Gorgeous fleets equal to Mardi Gras at New prleans. Horse Races, foot Races, Sack Races. $3,000 in Purses. R, ,Base Bail Greensfork vs. Ger- mantown. Grand Display of Fireworks in the Evening. All Day Band Concert. C. 0. BAKER, G. F. & P. A. Often Tbo Kidneys Are Weakened by er-Work. Unhealthy Kidneys Make Im; re Blood. It used to be considers that only urinary and bladder troubles ere to be traced to e kidneys, modern but no science nearly oves that 1 diseases have the beginning in the these m isorder of t important organs, The jdneys filter and puri the bloou mat is i ;ir work. Therefore, when your ku or out of order, you can ur eys are weak lerstaud how auicklv vour entire body iff affected aud how every organ seems tojjjail to do its if yon are sick or " feelOMkUy," begin taking the great kidney remedy, Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Root, b Cause as soon as your kidneys are well hey will help all the other organs to h faith. A trial will convince anyone. f If you are sick you can jnate no mis take by first doctoring rour kidneys. The mild and the extraon inary effect of Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-R ot, the great kidney remedy, is soo: , realized. It stands the highest for its tmderful cures of the most distressing ca jes, and is sold nn its merits bv all druggists in fifty-cent and one-dollar size bottles. You may have a sample uouie noifootswamp-noot. 1 Uv mail tree, also a Tamtalet telline voii ' how to find oat if you h&'e kidney or ; bladder trouble. Mentih this paper when writing to Dr. Kilmer fit Co., iJmg- liaruton. N. Y. Don't mak any mistake. but remember the name, Swamp-Root, : Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Roots and the ad 1 dress. Binghsmtou. N. Y.. on every bottle. REDS THIS TIME "GET THE VICTORY Second 1 to 0 Game of the Series Between Chicago And Cincinnati. THE OTHER LEADERS LOSE NEW YORK DROPS CONTEST TO BOSTON, PHILADELPHIA BEAT EN BY ONE RUN, AND ST. LOUIS SHOWERED ON PITTSBURG. NATIONAL LEAGUE STANDING. Won. Lost. PCt. Chicago 47 21 .691 Pittsburg 43 22 .661 New York 42 24 .636 Philadelphia 34 33 .498 Cincinnati 27 42 .390 Brooklyn 26 39 .377 St. Louis 26 73 .377 Boston 24 43 .358 Publishers Press! Chicago, July 2. Overall pitched good ball against his former team mates today, but the Cincinnati Natio nals bunched their hits in the sixth and scored the only run of the game. Score: R. H. E. Cin 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 01 4 0 Chi .. ..0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 00 4 0 Batteries Frazler and Livingston; Overall and King. Umpire Klem. STRICKLETT AN ENIGMA. New York, July 2. Stricklett again proved an enigma to the New York Nationals and the Brooklyns easily defeated the Giants. Score: R. H. E. Brook .. .3 2000000 27 6 1 New Y. ...0 1 0.0 0 0 0 0 01 6 5 Batteries Stricklett and Bergen; Taylor. . Ferguson, McGinnity and Boweman. Umpire Emslie. A PITCHER'S BATTLE. Boston, July 2. It was a pitcher's battle today between Pittinger and Pfeffer, with honors' about even, the Bostons scoring tho only run of the game In the final innings -Score: R. H. E. Phil ..-..0 0000000 00 5 1 Bos .. ..0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 11 6 0 ; Batteries Pittinger and Dooin; Pfeffer and Oneill. Umpire -Conway. , HITTING WAS FREE. . St. Louis. July 2. The St. Louis Nationals fell on the Pittsburg pitch ers in the seventh inning today and when they were retired ,had secured a commanding lead, which gave rem the game. Score: R. H. E St. L. . . 0 0 0 0 0 0 6 2 X 8 15 2 Pitts ....2 0100100 04 12 1 Batteries McFarland, Leifield, Lynch and Gibson; Brown and Mc Carthy. Umpires Carpenter and O'Day. Not an Official Care. Oyster Bay, N. Y., July 2. Presi dent Roosevelt s first week day at home was one of uninterrupted rest. No visitors were received at Saga more Hill, and in order to make the start of his vacation a good one, Sec retary Loeb did not go out to his home and he had no hint of official cares from dawn to midnight. DEATHS AND FUNERALS. WHITE Richmond friends of Mr. and Mrs. Carl White, formerly of this city, have been informed of the death of their infant daughter, Edith Ellen White, in Indianapolis. The remains will arrive here today at 9 o'clock and will be taken directly to Earlham cemetery from the Interurban line. Work 8 Hours in Nevada. f Publishers Press) Denver, Colo., July 2. The state supreme court today upheld the 8 hour day law passed by the legisla ture of 1903, specifying that city em ployes throughout Colorado shall on ly work that amount of time. Illceoairfi at Dinner. Many person are debarred from din ing out owing to their llabl ilty to con tract hiccough during a meal. As a rule when caused by food It comes on at once, and equally as a rule the food causing It Is hot. Soups a'-e more like ly to provoke hiccough th.n solids are. It Is a good plan to forego soup, which can be done Without causing remark, says Home Notes. Or one may eat a little bread before taking it. A th'rd plan is to drink a little cold water and to take the soup in very umall sips. Tb Beat of the Poem. "I don't see anything in that poet's new poem." "Of course yon don't" replied the editor In chief, "because I opened It first and took a five dollar bill out of it Give It a good place top column, next reading matter" Atlanta Con stitution. Vindictive. Naggus What are you going to do with the hero and heroine of that mag azine story you're running now? Marry them? Borus Certainly. They will be married in the last chapter." Naggus I'm glad of it. It will serve them right. Tit-Bits. A 1 .ird Cae. "You say you had to give the patient chloroform twice?" cs. replied the dentist. "I had to give It to him the second time to ex tract the money." Detroit Free Press.1 Baseball Results Yesterday. NATIONAL LEAGUE. Brooklyn 7; New York 1. Philadelphia 0; Boston 1. Pittsburg 4: St. Louis 8. Cincinnati 1; Chicago 0. AMERICAN LEAGUE. (First Game.) New York 4; Philadelphia 5. (Second Game.) New York 9; Philadelphia 0. (For feited.) (First Game.) Boston 4; Washington 3. (Second Game.) Boston 3: Washington 17. St. Louis V3. Chicago, rain. AMERICAN ASSOCIATION. Detroit 3; Cleveland 4. Louisville 5; Columbus 8. St. Paul 4; Kansas City 5. Indianapolis 6; Toledo 1. Milwaukee 3; Minneapolis 1 INTERSTATE LEAGUE Marion 7; Lima 2. Ft. Wayne 5: Flint 7. AMERICAN ASS'N CLUB STANDING. Won. Lost. PCt. Toledo 41 30 .577 Columbus 44 30 .595 Milwaukee 39 29 .573 Louisville 38 32 .543 Kansas City 34 36 .486 Minneapolis 32 38 .457 St. Paul 27 43 .389 Indianapolis 26 44 .371 Chinese are Increasing. Publishers' Press) Washington, July 2. Gradually the number of Chinese coming to Ameri ca is increasing, although not In al arming proportions. According to a report just compiled by the bureau of immigration, there were 247 Chi nese admitted to this country during May, 1906, as compared with 183 dur lng the preceding May. SIRES AND SONS. The premier baron of England, Lord de Roa, has just celebrated his seventy- ninth birthday. He can boast of fifty- three years' service to the court. Amos Scripture is the oldest acting banker in the United States. He is 100 years old and Is vice president of the Mason Village Savings bank of Green field. N. H. Congressman Llttlefleld has the rec ord for the rapid enunciation of words, and when he gets up to make a speech the official stenographers know they have their work cut out for them. Representative James or Jim M. Griggs, recently selected to be chair man of tbo Democratic congress cam paign committee, has been successively schoolteacher, newspaper man and lawyer. His friends call him "Grim Jlggs." The poorest member of the house of commons is saia to De jonn war a, member from Stoke-on-Trent, who has a wife and four children to support on an Income of $12.50 per -week, his sal ary as secretary of the navvies (labor ers') union. Robert C. Ogden at eighty Is one of the most active members of the great Wanamaker firm. In fact, Judging from the abundance of his Ideas, his creative ability and freshness of view, he is one of the youngest men in the whole institution. Manley Law ton of Pewee Valley, Ky who has Just received his appointment as a cadet to West Point, is the oldest son of the late Major General Henry M. Lawton. At the tender age of elev en he was. on the firing line and under fire in the Philippines, where he had gone with his father. Viscount De Alte, the Portuguese en voy In Washington, leads the life of a recluse, and, although credited to this country nearly four years, he is known by but few residents of the capital. He rarely Invites his colleagues in the corps to his home and still more rarely accepts their invitation. Dnffalo Calven. Buffalo calves, as a rule, are born in April and May. They are active, vigorous little creatures, mild eyed as domestic calves, but possessing much greater strength and endurance. In a few seconds after birth they can get on their feet, and in twenty minutes they are fit to fight for their lives. Usually it Is unnecessary for them to defend themselves at this tender age, as a buffalo cow is quite capable of at- tenamg 10 any Dusmess wnich may arise in connection with the defense of her precious baby. Washington Star. Pleasant Thonshts. "Make yourselves nests of pleasant thoughts," counsels Ruskin. Bright fancies, satisfied memories, noble his tories, faithful sayings, treasure houses of restful and precious thoughts which care cannot disturb or pain make gloomy or poverty take away from us houses built without hands for our souls to live in these things are not for earth alone; they are a part of the treasure that may be sent over. Artful. Young Mr. Fitts What are you smil ing at dear? Mrs. Fitts I was just thinking how you used to sit and hold r 7 hand for an hour at a time before we were married. How silly you were! Mr. Fitts I wasn't silly at all. I held your hand to keep you away from the piano. The Regralar Count. The heart of a man who has lived to be seventy has beaten 2GO.000.000 times not counting tne times wben he got scared and it worked overtime, fiomerviiie Journal. I AMERICAN LEAGUE i 1 AMERICAN LEAGUE STANDING. Won. Lost; PCt. New York ."..'38., 25 ,j .603 Philadelphia ....... 39 26 j .G00 Cleveland 39 25 .609 Detroit 36 30 ' .543 Chicago 33 30 ! .524 St. Louis .......... 32 33 ' .492 Washington 23 41 .859 Boston I - 17 47 i .265 r MARKING "OF.'MONEYT"" It Is Done- With a Pin fid Aot With at Pen,as Supposed. "How is money marked?" repealed a headquarters detective to a reporter's query. "Well, it is not marked In the manner that the public thinks it Is. "The average person no doubt be lieves that money is marked by private marks placed on the bills with pen and Ink. Perhaps some employers thus mark the bills they place in the cash drawer which is being robbed by a dis honest clerk. Of course 'marked mon ey' of this kind Is good evidence in court on the trial of a man upon whom It has bn found, but a check mark in ink, unless very expertly put on, might, with the aid of a good lawyer for the accused, be shown to have been perhaps accidental, and thus would the ever sought reasonable doubt of the accused's participation in the rob bery be raised. 'There are several different ways of marking money by police experts to the end that they may establish its positive identity of having previously been in their hands before the thief extracted it. The way I personally em ploy, and which is perhaps the safest to secure certainty and conviction, is the 'pin prick method.' 'Let us take the familiar silver cer tificate of the five dollar denom ination for an illustration; one that has been somewhat worn Is better than a new note from the treasury. In the center is the head of an Indian chief in full regalia of feathers and trappings, presenting a full face view. We now take this pin and make two punctures right through the bill and directly through the pupils of the eyes so. I hand you the bill, and, even though you saw me make the punctures," they are not visible at a casual and even critical glance. I now raise It to the light, and you can see the two tiny holes made by the pin point as distinctly as windows in a building. 1 then apply the pin point very neatly at the twist in the neck of the large figure 5 at the two upper extreme ends of the note. You will observe that these dimlnuttve , twists do not appear in the necks of the two figures of 5 which are in both ends at the bottom of the note. ! then pierce the note at the extreme . ends -of the which may be seeu In the direct centfer of the note at Its lower edge. "The marking of the note is now complete. It is exhibited to one or two persons in the secret for the purposes of preliminary examination and iden tification, and then placed in the money drawer, perhaps with several others of the same denomination, all exactly marked alike with the greatest care. The thief may be on. the lookout for marked bills, usually ink marks, but he is a slick one who will get on to the Invisible but surely present pin pricks. You see, this class of thieving does not admit of a crncial examination of the money before taking; it Is usually done very quickly by palming the bills, placing them in some preliminary place of safety, to be later removed. Toen we count on detection with the bills on the person before the thief has a chance to exchange or to spend them. "And the pin pricks remain? Indeed they do. The money is afterward care fully placed In envelopes and Is not promiscuously handled. When they are exhibited in court and their pre liminary preparation explained tinder oath conviction is practically certain.' Washington Star. Lather's Bible, A museum In Berlin has Luther's Bi ble which he used in his study. Its margins are covered with notes in the reformer's handwriting. It was print ed in Basel in 1509 and is in an excel lent state of preservation.' Catarrhal Gastritis "F r two years 1 was in a very bad condition. 1 was trea d by a number of emi- nen ohvsicians lor Chronic catafrhal eastritis andf dilata- tionfof the stomach,and ob tain! d no relief. I gfew grad ually worse, my breathing was so Eifficult at tires that I thouVht I would die. My heart wasan very bad cndition from poos circulation fana pressure of tie dilated slomach. I de- H aT cided it wras or a matter of a verylshort tii ie wiin me. x ... T was idvised try Dr. Miles' Nervine andj eart Cure, and beforj finished taking the medicine I if one felt 111 iew beinsr. I took eight is ot tne medicine, e . ana at itirely cured, for a matter about $8.oo in the face of iJvo hundreds spent m the two years before without relief." A. D. SLACK, Master Mechanic of the X. & Q. N. R. It, San Antonio, Texas. Dr. Ml let' Nervine Is sold by your druggist, who will guarantee that tne first bottle will benefit. If it falls, ! will refund your money. - Miles Medical Co Elkhartjn4 i A. Foodl to Work Oiu Work! Lots of the struggle, 'brain wins mere food ; to work on.' Bfy father had been mffererfrom alekheadaehs for tha iMt twenty-live yer and nerer found any reuer until no Deg.n taking your Cascareta. Elnea he bai befun taking Caacarets he baa never had the keadache. They have entirely cured htm. , Caacarets do what you recommend them to do. I will give you the privilege of using hla name." fi.M. Dickson, list Koslner St., W.IndlanapoUa, lad. Best For n r aaaj-r,r 1 uoweis CANDY CATl-WmC MaaekJaanft fvl .fcaH1k DflAawl fPaa AajuI Tm A wever bicicen, weaken or urtpe, lUc, zsc,Sue.e awawuw, m, aavwaawaw, a vv l v, a W UWU ISJ VJ VJ oia in do ik. n genuine taoiet atampea Guaranteed to core or your money back. Sterling Remedy Co., Chicago or N.1i ANNUAL SALE. TEN MILLION ByXE A We would call attention to .tl oroach ot JUUf 4th. Last year we found jtr necessary to beain refusing DDE CREAM orders on the 3rd And although we have since daabled our cap acity we suggestfthat you place your ordar for MREAM now. We wouU ajArecjiate your or der for a qVar we take orders for a hundretf gallons. Richmond Cream Co. 9 South Fifth St. eT ROUND - TRIP ToGHiCAGO VIA G. G. ft L. R. R. Special Train feaves Ricnmona Saturday, July 7th at 10 P. M. Arriving Ch cano. Dearborn St., Station 6:45 leave Chicago M Returning ht 11 P. M. Chicago offer every variety of amusement. T at Bruce Lak s train will stop and Bass Lake' for fishing patties. t For particular ask , P. C. A. BLAI j Home Tel. 44J & T. A. Richmond. FOR RENT Two rooms furnished for light house keeping, call at 1024 Main St. 3-6t i LOST Pair white slippers, between sixth and ninth street, on Main. Re turn to Oakland Wine Co.. 511 Main street. Reward. 3-3t. LOST June 20. a belt and sterling class pin with letters. "W. S. '97-'-'03." Finder please call Bell phone 134 R. It has gone out of -fashion to boast of never reading ads. Those who do not nowadays are inclined tor keep quiet about it, as they would about any other personal shortcam- 1 1 1 HEAR AC Work!! Work!! energy is needed lccp up the the man with strong body out every timc Jain The man of to-day breeds something he needs a Hod that makes energy Although some eople may not realize it, a fact, proved and Established beyond doubt, that soda crackers and thif means Uneeda Biscuit are richer in muscljand fat-making elements and have a much highcripr cent, of tissue-building properties than any oUyyarticle of food made from flour. That tiywis becoming known more and more every day is attested by the sale of nearly 400,000,000 pack ages of Uneedd BfSCUit the finest soda cracker ever baked. An energy-giving food of surpassing value sold in a package which brings it to you with all the original flavor and nutriment perfectly pre served. Truly the food to Ivork on. Whoever you are whatever you arc -wherever you work Uneeda Biscuit. NATIONAL BISCUIT COMPANY Want WANTED A boy for store room work; good position for a willing boy. Call at store room at Hotel Westcott this morning. 2-lt ' WANTED A middle aged woman to help In housework. Address L. B., care Palladium. 2-6t WANTED 1st class Boarders, with private family Fine bath. Home cooking like mother's was, 34 North 10th street 28-6t WANTED A Girl for housework, 408 S. 15th. 26-tf WANTED A girl at 46 South 8th St. for housework no washing. 20-tf WANTED A man at Hassenbusch's. Call at store. 30-3t. WANTED Boarders for select board ing house, well furnished, well kept rooms, substantial table.TranscIent 'accommodated. Call-No. 30, North Eleventh. 30-12t. WANTED Two porters at the Grand. 27-tf f Eesdlay's And remember that the 4th of and our store will be closed all day, but we SJ be opened Tuesday night until 10 o'clock and our wagons will be runtAq until all orders have been delivered. Supply your wants for that day fir we will positively close. Prices that will interest you for your New potatoes, per bu $1.25. Nice, large,' solid and smooth old 19 lbs granulated, 20 lbs A or 21 IbfXC sugar $1.00. HAM BUTTS: HAM BUTTS. Just what you want to boll to m per pound 15cts. Sugar cured Hams best on the SPECIAL STAMPS: S2ECIAI 1 pound Soda with 10 sflmpi cts. 2 large sized packages m 1 pound corn starch an amps Imperial or Young Hyso with 3 pound can Baked Bean Not over 5 cans to each cust r. 3 lb can Red Kidney Bean and 10 Large sized can Heinzs Baked Beans and 10 stamps for 15cts. Bulk Olives per pint 15cts, per qt 30cts. " Extra large Jumbo Pickles from 10 to 15cts doz. , IN OUR DRY GOODS DEPARTMENT. 1 more days sale granted on the famous Sterling ball bearing Carpet - Sweeper at $3.00 guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction. Store opened Tuesday night until 10 ered. HOOD'S MODEL DEPARTMENT STORE Trading Stamps with All Purchases. Free Delivery. New Phone 1079; Old Phone 13 R. Store Open Tuesday, Friday and Saturday Evenings. 4x1-413 Main Street. :? ' L.s iisieE 11 up. 2 Via "Rock i; A series of Special Excursions Old Mexico to British $ Cohunbia, incTudin 25 CoBarWo 21 fnm Chicago WAl Calif Jly0 tAlS AND RETURN 3mm 25 to My 7 from Chicago Very low rates daily all summer. Special reductions (as above) on certain dates. Send for complete excursion schedule too c 1 1 ! J TL ' extensive lor aetaiiea mention Raak 1UJ Limea far tWaa iMlw Via El Paw Short Um. tbnt Sew Colwaaa. via St. Paul wmi tU hUrtkwMt. FiJaWaJa riaatn. AiaVe J. P. POWERS, Dist. rass. Agt 9 CUypeol Bid? Opposite Osypeoi Hotel. BTOIAHAPOLIS, USD. pace. I& and clear more than a food yet it is FOR SALE Blcyoe nearly new, wltb. coaster breakVat your own 'price,' Call 122 Mai St. R 8 ALE. Richmondproperty a- specialty, Parterfield. Kelly Block. Phoae $W. tl FOR SALE Household 417 N. 17th street. furniture SI 30-3t LOST A belt pin with three blue seta on the South side of Main, street bey tween 18th St. and Nusbaum's; store. Finder leave at Nusbaum's desk and receWe reward. l-3t. FOUND A tw bushel sack of grain on Libertylke. Owner may have by identifying it. Call atStegall's, on Llbejy Pike. i3t - RENT Kbrnished rooms at the Grand v for gentlemen. only. " i tf Everybody buys property from Woodhurst, 913 Main SL Telephona 491. i JuneS tf Specials' July Is Atir holiday as well as yours, urth of July dinner. pofoes per bu $1.00; for 2 bu 65cta, sandwiches for 4th of July picnics. arket, per pound 15cts. TAMPS on the following: - - , - Borax and 25 stamps 30cts 10cts. 60 stamps with each pound 60 cts. 3? d tomato sauce and 10 stamps for 10 cts. .., stamps for 13ct 2 for 25cts. 1 o'clock and all orders will be deliv h the West, ranging from 2 for example : from St.Lomm m from St. Lotdm nerc cf Patlal in rM :Ian 1 . f 1 tbroiA OTni s 7T