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The Richmond Palladium,
Tuesday, August 14, 1906. Page Three. I ft! 5 i 3 ? '?. ; r f f ! if t I THE DAYTON & WESTERN TRACTION GO. . la effect May 5.. 1906. Subject to churgo without notice. MAIN LINE A M AiH A Al I P M lJ M f M fi.iiti rt.4.) .'.till H ml i h.ik I w.-.l) ll.liU ..'Mtj 7.V) H.Kwry Mi (U; IJ..V 7.IM rt.'K"), M.f.V hour H..X III.' 0 il-.'.l ) MKI tf.Uti ilt'.IH) il Hill llO.Uti jl I .00 I Hirim ia Knton Ar W.AIpx " JlH.VtOll " NEW PARIS BRANCH (THROUGH SKRVICK) Leave Richmond for New Paris. 6:60. 6:45, 8:20, 9:20. 10:00. 11:20. n. m., 12:20, 1:20. 2:20, 3:00. 4:20. C:20, 6:20. 7:20. 8:20. 9:55 and 11:00 l M. Tranfere at New Westvllle. Direct connections at Dayton wltl "Unia Limited" trains for Troy. Piqui. and Lima, leaving Richmond at 5:50, 9:00. 12:00 a. in., and 3:00 p. ni. CONNECTIONS At Eaton with P., C. C. & St. L. for points north and pouth. At West Alexandria with Cin cinnati Northern It. It. for points north and south. At Dayton with elec tric Hues diverging for Troy, Piqt.. Sidney, Lima, Xenia, Springfield, Co lumbus. Hamilton and Cincinnati. Through rates, through tickets to ail points. For further Information call Home Phone 209. Arrangements fo- parties, special cars. etc.. call phone or write C. O. BAKER, G. P. and P A.. We.it Alex andria, O. MARTIN SWISHER. Agoct Lake Points VIA THE INDIANA, COLUMBUS & EASTERN TRACTION CO. Sugar Island Park $4.95 Detroit 5.70 Star Island 6.20 Grande Points 6.45 Algonac 6.45 Port Lambton 5.70 Marine City . 5.70 S'asnia 6.95 Port Huron 6.95 Put-in-Bay 5.70 Cleveland 6.95 Harbor Beach 9.20 Oscoda 10.20 Alpena 11.20 Sheboygan 12.45 Mackinac 12.45 St. Ignace 12.45 Buffalo, N. Y 10.95 Selling elates Aug. 1 to Aug. 25 in H elusive. Return Limit, 30 days from Date of Sale. Ask the agent fori , particulars. W L Kiwnmuiiu MONUMENT C 33 N. EIGHTH S mruio Prion 1457. Richmond WHITE cl v. I. $1.50 Tickets Almost Cone. Tickets Will Be $2.00 After August 1st Get Your Tickets Now. NEARLY 4(D)(0)9)D))9))O PACKAGES of this most nutritious of all foods have already been consumed CHEER UP1' r UneedoBiscuit aiaSJMSaa Good wheat is plentiful. Flour mills are grinding steadily. NATIONAL BISCUIT COMPANY bakeries, the cleanest, largest, most modern in the world, are working day in and day out to supply you vith your favorite soda cracker. So U nee da Biscuit are still in abur.-l-nce the price is the same NATIONAL BISCUIT COMPANY THE CHICAGO, CINCINNATI & LOUISVILLE R. R. (THE NEW WAY) Effective May 20th, 1S06. EAST 1IOUNP, I -A. M . I V P.M. S F.M Vrnvf TMclimonfl ft 4 I0 7 f5 " Cotln: (Jrove..... 9 4. 4 40 8 115 Arrive CMiu-lnr.ntl 11 20i tt 10 10 15 Arrives frin the Kusi. A. M. t.M. s p.m Leave Cincinnati 40 4 50 8 30 CottBH(JrTH 10 10 J ao 8 10 Arrive Klclunoiul. 10 45 (IW .8 ftf . . . 1 1'. M. s H.ji I'ave Richmond W 4-r ' i Muviolo 11 57 It 10 10 Arrive Marion 12 62 0; 1106 Peru 1 4S 5 12 00 " OrtflUli A 6 00 " ('MfHk'" ww Arrlv from tuo V vsl. a.m. fA.lt. s p Leave Chicago 8 U'-l I.eovm Peru 8 00 12 50 0 Arrive Klcbmonri , 9 O0 ( " fcfl ' Dnlly. tPUy except bunday. s.Suudy only. a Huns to urililiu dally except Hunday. 'I Iim lO.tAaoi. trnln from Richmond makes (Uri-of connection nt (jTlCiih with (rfaud 1't uiik forCt.lc';i;. rrivlis Ohleast7 p. m. All a3t-bounU LvuIbs mnke direct conneo :i ii - hi ifase uiwe with O., H. a V. tot ux'oiti. HainlUou. Llbwty.ConueisvlUtiand u.'ilitHI-. I' or further information regarding rates i i d Wain eounect:on, nslcj C. A. Bl.An. nsylyaiile LINE XCURSIOJS TO i f Aug. 22. Nl AGAR FALL! NEW Yd RK Aud 28, 2 Bryan Reception. BALTIM RE SepU8, 9 Jubilee Week CITY OH MEXICO Auq. 14 3Ht-Geolociical Conaress LOS ANQELBS. SAN FRANCISCO Sept 2 tol13-f Nafl Baptist Conven tion TORONTO. )NT. left. 13 to 161. O. O. F. CHATTA OGA. TENN. Sept. 16. 71 18 Reqimental Reun- ion. Oct . 16. 17 Soc'y Army d SPRINGS 20 Pike's Peak Cen- of Cumbe COLORA Sept. 18. tennial. HOMESE ERS' EXCURSIONS In Aug It, September, October. lueresteii, ask C. W. ELMER, Ticket Agt. HlfHMONI), 1X1). Sunday Excursion to Chicago. Via. Penn A-lvaniar Lines. $3.00 round trip from llicbrtnond. Special train leaves 10:P,oPM. August IS. 14-16-1S wkly raaiitaMii; e Pen f V- V 1 LJ but HAS A HEAVY SHORTAGE Birmingham Alabama Bank Officials Gets Away with $100,000 Due to Speculation. ' Birmingham, Ala.. Aug. IS. Offi cials of the First National bank an nounced that Alex It. Chisolm, paying toller of that bank, is $100,000 short in his accounts. Ab Chisolm was bond ed for $30,000, the,lo3s to the bank will be reduced $70,000. The dlscovery of the shortage was made while Chleolm was off on his vacation. When he returned from Atlantic City and was taken before the directors of the bank he broke dewn and confessed his shortage, naming as his accom plices certain brokers, in whose places he lost the money, it was alleged, through speculation. ChSsolm bad $3,000 in cash on his person tfhen ar rested, which he delivered to tho bank authorities. The alleged accom plices named br Chisolm will be ar rested. Chiaolm is under 30 years of age and is a son of Colonel Robert Chisolm. special attorney for trn Unit ed States government. His family is one of the most prominent in the south. -4 THE NEW PHILLIPS VAUDEVILLE THEATER O. G .f I'JRRAY MANAGER. WEEK OF AUG. f3th. DAILY at 3 fend 8:15 P. M A MISS GF4AYCE MILI Overture. S POTTS S1 HARTS Comedy Milsical Skotfh one of the very best. C A BIG NOVELTY ACT ! D CLAYTONl HUFFORD. Illustrated Slings " lit the Valley of Yesterday" ;lnd "Will you Love me in Deeemberlas youl do in May?" E THE BENNETT SISTERS Singers and .Dancer F ED. LESLI v. inuacier uoiEedKin. G GARRETT 3 GLENMORE, Society Skit. t'TI H THE PHILOC e Last Day.' PE. Showing the l;ik(st motion Pictures. "Letters that 3ieak." "Rajah's Cas ket. fhe Angrr's Dream." 4 If you ar tired. i-eak, sick and need a tonic. canrot ?at yoii i TryBeel Irrfn and Wine l 50c r Dottle M. J. QufikyTaS' Court House rmacy WaterSelpnsonfce Guaranteed ripa arid sweet. Order a half melpn off the ice. HADLqy BROS., PHONE No. 292. IVACATIO Your vacatio will not be tom- ift plete Without a ..KODAKf I The Kodak SystVm has norqual. 5 f Kodaks - $3.00 to k 1 05 Brownie uameri $1 to il2 USE WATERi WINGS Learn to Swizi. 2Jc. f p. H. ROSS DRUG GO. 804 MAIN ST. mm w - Iff i I am n ess ii ii EH I ftT THE THEATERS "Unci Josh Spruceby" Gennett With the "Uncle Josh Spruceby" company which comes to the Gennett for matinee and night performances next Saturday, is the celebrated Spruceby orchestra of eight soloists. This musical organization has a very wide reputation and is under the di rection of a talented leader and com poser of note. A very popular pro gram is rendered between the acts. A big band is carried by the company and a novel and unique parade is giv en at noon and includes a concert by the band. A carload of special scen ery and mechanical effects are used. The realistic saw mill scene is one of tho most startling pieces of stagecraft ever produced. Twenty people are in the company which is said to be tho largest production ever attempted at popular prices. "A Poor R.'ation" Gennett. On Saturday night, August, 25th. Manager Swisher will present "A Poor Relation," which was made famous by Sol Smith Russell. Vaudeville at the Phillips. Without doubt Fan son and Delela are the features of a very commend able bill at the Xew Phillips this week and they have an offering that has never been duplicated at this house and that is largely new in the field of vaudeville. It includes the most difficult and hazardous of bal ancing feats, that appear almost im possible of -performance. Funson, with apparent ease, raises two chairs turned end to end. on the uppermost ' of which Miss Delela is sitting. On! his chin he balances a Ions pnle with Miss Delelah supported on it riding a bicycle and in addition to much else of this kind, there are some phases of juggling that are of the most, clever kind. Fauson and Dele lah are headliners but they do not overshadow much else that is on the bill. Potts and Hart have a comedy musical sketch that went well and Al Shane was cordially received in his turn asa Hebrew comedian and parody singer. Tho Hennott Sisters, singers and dancers, are mere young sters as to age, but they are veterans when it comes to singing and danc ing and they were enthusiastically re called. One of them also puts on a monologue number that aids greatly in showing her versatility. Ed Leslie character comedian, keeps the house in a constant roar with his antics of various kinds. He made many telling hits, one especially being his imita tion of the girl who had taken too much soda. It was difficult for Mr. Leslie to get off the stage, so insist ent was the audience, and he finally responded with a short curtain talk in which he said he hoped he would be allowed to remain in the city all week, although he was sure he didn't deserve it. Mr. Ilufford has two j-ongs this week that are especially well suited to his voice "Will you Love Me in December as You Do In May?" and "In the Valley of Yester dav," and the Philoscope shows three films entitled "Letters Which Speak" "Rajah's Casket" and "The Angler's Dream." Last night's audience was on the standing room order and the patronage promises to be big all week. A CHEMICAL COOK. Profeasor Stlllmaa and Ilia Skill In Preparing "Sj tbetlc Dinners." Professor Thomas B. Stlllman, who gave the now famous "synthetic din ner" at the Hotel Astor In New York, is a believer in pure food and lawa against the sale of adulterated food products under false uames. It was to show how easy It now is for unscrupu lous manufacturers to fool the public that the professor gave the uuique ban quet that attracted so much attention. In the fifty-four years" of his life and especially In the years he has devoted as Ptudent ami professor to tie science of chemistry he has learned that thlnfT3 are not always what they seem; that sat only may skimmed milk masquer- PBOFESSOR THOMAS B. STTLLUAJf. tide as cream, Uut "sanotogen," com posed of casein and sodium glycer phosphate, may masqueade as milk and a concoction which the chemitt can make In flj-e minutes may masquer ade as fifteen-year-old vhlekT. Pro fessor Stillrnan has often told his stu dents at Stevens institute, Hoboken. where he holds the chair of analytical chemistry, about these things, but 1 remained for him to astonish '.he pub lic in general by the meal which he served to a few friends ou the occa sion mentioned. It was a dinner with a menu such as that usually boasted by n first class hotel, with this differ ence, that almost everything was made by the professor from chemicals in an extemporized laboratory before the very eyes of his guests. Even the om ist was from artificial esrgs. and wltb f were served "synthetic biscuits." TOTIIA. Bs&nthe aTfca Kind Yoa Haw A!wa?s Bcirt! si ESTIGATE The Interstate Commerce Commission to Hold Hear ing at Toledo, Ohio. FIFTEEN LINES INVOLVED TRANSPORTATION OF ICE TO AND FROM TOLEDO IS CAUSE OF COMPLAINT TOO LAST SEVER AL DAYS. Publishers' PresaJ Washington. Aug. 13. An investiga tion of certain railroads will be begun at once in Toledo, O., by the inter state commerce commission, respect ing the interstate transportation of ice to and from Toledo. The inquiry will be conducted by Judge Judson C. Clements, a member of the commis sion. The investigation was author ized by President Roosevelt, to whom complaints had been made by ship pers. It is a part of the trouble over the handling of ice which the people of Toledo have experienced through out the summer. The probability is that the hearing will continue for three or four days, as already between 40 and SO witnesses have been subpoenaed and 14 or 1" railroad lines are involved. The rail roads mentioned in the complaint are the Ann Arbor Railroad company; the Cincinnati, Hamilton and Dayton; the Cleveland, Cincinnati, Chicago and St. Louis; the Detroit and Toledo Shore line; the Hocking Valley; the Lake Shore and Michigan Southern; the Michigan Central; the Ohio Central lines; the Pennsylvania; the Pere Marquette; the Toledo Railway and Terminal company; the Toledo, St. Louis and Western; the Wabash, and the Wheeling and Lake Efie. RACE WAR Between Italian and Armenian Toilers. The Casualtie. New Philadelphia, O., Aug. 13. In a race. war between two gangs of Ar menian and Italian laborers at Somer dale Tony Brand was killed, Charles Anthony fatally Injured, and several others seriously hurt. Revolvers, shot guns and razors were freely used. John Sterk, an Armenian, is in jail here charged with murder in the first degree, and Valley Cope is charged with inciting a riot. CHURCH AND CLERGY. St. Martin's church, Canterbury, Is eaid to be the oldest church in Eng land In use today. Lutherans In the United States now number 1,SC6,G35 members aud 7,709 ministers. During 1U05 the member ship increased 53,979, aud 351 new con gregations were formed. The two bodies called Young Wo men's Christian associations, which have been growing up together side by side on this continent, are now being consolidated into one organization. The Presbyterian church is to launch at its next general assembly a compre hensive brotherhood for the men of the denomination. The recent extraordi nary convention of United Presbyte rian laymen at Pittsburg has given a marked impetus to men's work in all denominations. The Baptist Young People's Union of America will hold its fifteenth Interna tional convention at Omaha, July 12-15. Count Tolstoi predicts that In 500 years Confucianism, Brahmanlsm. Buddhism, Mohammedanism and Chris tianity will be merged into the last oamed religion. A Mixed CoiIob. It is said of the late Lord Salisbury that he once had to dress at breakneck peed for a levee and in the absence of bis valet plungod at a heap of things and threw them on as they came. He appeared at court in the coat of the eld er brethren of Trinity House, the trou sers of a deputy lieutenant and a hnt i the royal archers. Putting on the finishing tvk--;s before the mirror, he hung his sword upon the wrong side and gartered himself about thp wrong knee. He had assumed a waistcoat made in days when he was of less am ple girth, so that between the hem of this garment and ihe waist of the trou ers w as a gap which all but himsel observed. t WILL IV MANY RAILROADS w-c?-97 Z'r'-lx -t 7-.-- Al Shane, Hebrew Comedian and parody singer at the Phillips this week, WERE THROWN FROM CAR Young Chicago Couple Were Fatally Injured in Railway Accident at McCook, III. 1 Publishers' Press THROWN F'ROM CAR Young Couple Fatally Injured In Rail way Accident. Chicago, Aug. 12. George Moe. IS, was killed, and Miss Minnie Gurschke, 17, was severely injured in an accident on the Atchison, Topeka and Santa Fe railroad at McCook, 111. When one or three special trains carrying union teamstors back to Chicago from a pic nic was passing through McCook, a break in an air brake tube caused a sudden jar and the separation of the rear car from the main brvly of the train. Moe anl Miss Gurschke were standing on the rear platform of tin5 last car but one aad were throfn to the ground. Moe was ground to pieces by the wheels of the rear car. and Miss Gurschke was saved from death only by her skirts catching on a brake beam. She was dragged for nearly 100 yards before the care could be stopped. Mysterious Affair. New York, Aug. 13. While a pas senger on a trolley car proceeding along the Bowery Preston Machtney, 41, a stage carpenter of Pittsburg, was cut and badly wounded with a razor in the hand of a man who made his escape. Machtney was accompanied by a woman, who gave her name as Mary Cook, who recently came to New York from Pittsburg. She fainted. As Machtney and the woman were board ing the car at Rivington street a man struck Machtney with a stick and knocked him down. Machtney picked himself up and was assisted aboard the car. Soon after the Pittsburg man took his seat another man jumped aboard the car and rushed at Macht ney with a razor. After being revived Machtney told the police he did not know the name of either of his as sailants. Charge Against Firemer. Graeseud, Aug. 13. Nine firemen belonging to the Atlantic transport line steamer -Mitiaetonka, which arriv ed here from-New York, were charged in a police court with conspiring to impede the vessel's passage from New York. The men complained of the quality of their food and a representa tive of the company alleged that as a protemt they deliberately reduced the steam pressure. Fairbanks to Speak. Indianapolis, Ind., Aug. 13. Vice President Charles W. Fairbanks ac cepted an invitation to speak at the opening of the Ohio State Colored Ed ucational and Industrial exposition at Columbus Aug. 29. The invitation was extended by P. W. Chavers, general di rector of the exposition. Governor Harris of Ohio and Booker T. Wash ington will also speak. Thousand Killed. London, Aug. 13. The correspond ent at Aden of the Dally Mail reports that the Mad Mullah has raided the Somaliland border, killing more than 1,000 of the Rareharon tribe dwelling in the Ogaden region and capturing 10,000 camels. Mil6 Resume Operations. Sharon, Pa., Aug. 13. -Ten of the 20 hot mills cf the South Sharon plant of the American Sheet and Tin company resumed operations after a long idle ness. About -COO men are affected The remaining 10 mills, it is said, will start next Monday. To Transfer Caprtal. Tangier, Aug. 13. It Is reported here In official Quarters that the sul tan intends to transfer the capital from Fez to Morrocco City, owing to the strategic insecurity of the former and by the earned fad vice of the lead ing tribes Fij-at Matrlsiitntal Anency. The title "Matrimonial Agencies and Advertisements" ought to attract at tention in our time, when requests for marriage fill the Journals! in the form of gross or joculcr.and sometimes seri ous announcements. That may seem to be a new phenomenon of modern life, yet M. Henri d'Almeras in La Revue Hebdamadnire savs the real originator of thi3 industry was one Vil laume. In the last days of tbe empire he set tip In Paris a sort of universal agency, which would supply furnished apartments, domestics, wives and bus- bands. Journal le St. Petersburg. Mzddrr. The coloring principle of the mad der affects even the bones of animals that devour tV" T'-'vf f T, "-. USED CROWD AS TARGET Shoots Waiter in Back at Coney Island and Then Fires Into Crowd. PANIC FOLLOWED AFFAIR TROUBLE ON THE SURFACE TRACTION LINES TO THE IS LAND PROMISES TO BRING FORTH MANY LAW SUITS. Publishers' Trcssl New York, Aug. 13 While Oceanic walk in the Bowery at Coney island was crowded, an unidentified man pulled a revolver, fired two shots into the back of a waiter at a restaurant, and then turned the weapon Into th crowd and tired four times as quickly as he could pull the trigger. Pour persous were injured, three of whom may die. The injured: Thomas Fitz patrick, Brooklyn, may die; Thomas McDonald. Newurk. N. J., may die; Annie Smith, Williamsburg, serious; George White, Coney inland, may die. A panic followed the shooting. Wo men were thrown to the walk ab men ran over them iu an effort to reach a place of safety. The man who did tho shooting defied auy one to follow him. He jumped over the railing and van ished In the direction of the ocean. The disturbance on the Coney is land surface cars add elevated train that Deputy Police Commissioner O Keefe and the Brooklyn police look ed forward to Sunday because of Jus tice Qaynor's statement that the Brooklyn Rapid Transit .company did not have a right to demand a double fare to the island, took place on sched ule time. They lasted from early Sun day morning until Monday. At day light Monday belated ones were still making their way to the city. More than a quarter of a million people Btarted to Coney island during the day and most of them got there, but only after they had passed through trying experiences. And while this enormous crowd was fight ing its way to the pleasure resort cara were stalled in lines that extended for miles, while the Brooklyn Rapid Transit inspectors argued and plead ed with passengers to pay the second fare, and finally wound up by dragging obstreperous passengers from the cars and throwing them into the streets by the thousands. The com pany did this with the aid of 250 spe cial policemen and a corps of lnspeo tors. A similar number of regular po licemen were on hand to preBerye or der, but failed to do so. Men, womc and children were forcibly ejected from the cars. From 50,000 to 75,000 were compelled to walk for distances of from one to three miles. The first steps were tak en in scores of damage suits and the Brooklyn Rapid Transit representa tives defied Deputy Police Commis sioner O'Keefe of Brooklyn. Lawyers and their clerks swarmed about the points where passengers were put off and took tbe names of witnesses. As an outcome of the day's doings, a com mittee of citizens is being formed In Brooklyn to enforce J(is?Ice tlaynor's ruling. Police Commissioner Wild revoked permits granting the company power to employ 60 special . policemen, who assisted in putting off the passengers who refused to pay the double fare. These special policemen wore uni forms almost Identical with--those of regular policemen. Mr. Wild says that the 5-cent fare ruling will - be enforced. "The police department," he said, "will arrest every employe or agent of the Brooklyn Rapid Transit company who assaults a citizen." The Ant Lion. The pitfall, much used in AYrica and South America an a means of catching large game, Is an imitation of the device employed by the ant lion to entrap his prey. This curious in.sect digs a comical hole in the sand and lies iu wait at the bottom. WhcS, an incautious ant approaches too near tbe top the sand gives way and he slides down into the jaws of his enemv. Women as Well as Iften Are Made Miserable by Kidney and Bladder Trouble. Kidney trouble preys upon the mind, discourages and lessensauibition; beauty, vior ana cneertul ness soon disappear when the kidneys are out of order or dis eased. Kidney trouble has become so prevalent that it is not uncom mon for a child to be lxrn afflicted with weak kidneys. If the child urinates toooften, i the urine bcalda the flesh, or if, when the child reaches an, age when it should be able to control the passage, it is yet afflicted with bed-wetting, depend upon it, the cause of the diffi culty is kidney trouble, and the first ftep should be towards the treatment of these important organs. This unpleasant trouble is due to a diseased condition of the kidneys and bladder and not to a habit as most people suppose. Women as w eil as men are made miser able with kidney and bladder trouble, and both need the same Kreat remedy. The mild end tbe immediate effect of Swamp-Root is soon realized. It is sold by aruggists, in fitty cent and one-dollar i size bottles. You may have a sample bottle bv mail free, also a Home of Swamp-Boot. pamphlet ttihng all about Swamp-Root, including many of the thousands of testi monial letters received from sufferers cared. Iu Avriting Dr. Kilmer & Co., Einghamton, N. Y., be sure and mention this paper. Don't make any mistake, but remember the name, Swamp-Root, Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Root, and the ad dress. Eins'liamtQii. N. Y.. on evenr STRANGER I' c bottle.