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The Richmond Palladium, Thursday, Sept. 6, 1906.
Page Eight. rs: A FEWF.THE LEAEOITnS WOTH THE 1 7 to; fro. ,. o - Sk PEOPLE HATCH'S Trained Wild Animal Arena, con- WALLACE, The Man-Eating Lion taining 30 Educated Beasts ' t?t m a tt ELECTRIC THEATRE, Showing San Leonett, The FLYING MERMAID - . '-r t ; - - rrancisco the Beautiful, and Rums - The Gem Theatre of Vaudeville 7 rT77 77 77 ' : Le Afte and her Congress ot Beauty FfTI frfl F1 " The World's Greatest Diver The Brilliant $30,000 Illusion! It3IaY SQ2 PERSENA, the Acrobat from the Crystal Who Icaps heafafctllS tat a tank Palace, London. : : ; The Funny Katzenjammer Castle 1f J" H"f " mjr A World of Fun Condensed Half Frog. Half Man. The World s Greatest Monstrosity Prof. RAMSAY and His Royal Band Mons. Carlo vTv j And His Troupe of Animal ICIngs LA MARR BROS, the Famous Aero Wat s -N- f MASTER JOE, The GIANT BOY IV1LLE. RUSSELL and her TroupeNf Trained Birds From All Nations f and a hundred other attract iotjg WE JOYFUL WEEK! Under the Auspices of Richmond Grove of Druids. WEEK OF SEPT. 10, 190S. Opposite Glen Miller Park Main Street Entrance. WATCH FOR THE GRAND STREET PARADE ! SHACKLES DON'T HOLD; PRISONER Father, While Bound to His Son, Gets Away on Way to the Penitentiary.. . JUMPED FROM "THE CAR WHILE SHERIFF STANDS GUARD AT DOOR, OF. ; ' TOILE.T C ROOM, PRISONER GETS OUT OF THE WINDOW.' . tPubllshers' Press! Ottawa, Ont",' Sept. 5. Jacob ? Jeb retski, aged rifty-five, enroute from Chatham, Ontario, to the Kingston, Ontario penitehtiary.i has juist made a most remarkable escape., He . was sentenced to seven-years for bringing $16,000 worth of , . I stolen f ijrs from Brooklyn, New; York, into Canada." On lis way to the penal institution he es caped from a car 'window" when "the express was passing near, the town of Napanee. . , . , . , . He was shackeled and handcuffed to his seventeen-year-old son, 'Simon, sentenced for the saine charge to five years confinement The prisoners were .in eharge of Sheriff Gemmill. jailer Davidson and Constable Peters. " Jebretski went to the toilet room with hiss son, and the constable stood at the door. He heard a scream from the son. The constable looked in. and saw the oth er prisoner gone, .with the shackles. Simon was taken on to Kingston. It is a mystery how the shackles were taken off, for there are no marks of violence on Simon who declines to talk. The sheriff says the cuffs could have been slipped over the lad's hands, but he cannot see - how - the boot irons were removed. SECT SHAW TO RESCUE TO HELP MONEY MARKET After Sept. 10 he Will Facilitate Gold Imports to Unlimited ' Amount - by Allowing Immediate Withdrawals of Cash. Publishers' Press! New York, Sept. 5. Word reached Wall street late today that Secretary of the treasury Shaw after Septem ber, 10 .would .facilitate gold imports to an unlimited amount by allowing immediate withdrawals of each against such imports. The "news reached ' the financial dis trict just after the stock, market clos ed but is believed to have a very im portant influence on, tomorrows mar ket. - -- ' . - ' It confirms a widespread belief en tertained. ,in .Wall" street today that the , Secretary was about ' to extend relief to New York strained money market. The -action is similar to that;taken by the secretary early this year-when many millions, of .gold were imported. FRANK BRAFFETT WINNER III GOLF Defeats Wilbur Hibberd in One of the Closest Match es Ever Played Here. GETS HIS NAME ON CUP ED HILL GETS RIGHT TO PLAY IN ! CONSOLATION FINALS WHICH WILL BE FINISHED LATE THIS , WEEK. Butler Goes to Toledo. : Frank Butler, formerly of this city but who has been connected with the Krell-French piano firm at New Cas tle, has resigned his t position there and has taken a position with a lead ing piano firm in Toledo, O. To Have Picnic Supper. ' ; The Ladies Aid Society of Chester met yesterday afternoon and decided to give a picnic supper next Wednes day afternoon at the home of Mrs. Lee Fulghum near Chester. HE FAVORS THE CANTEEN PLAN PERMANENT PARK Part of Beallvtew May be Set , Aside for Putting in Ball Diamond, Pavilion and the Like. Some part of Beallview. - the new South Side addition to the city, will likely be given over for a permanent recreation ground and if the plans of the South Side" Improvement Associa tion are carried out there will be spe cial conveniences -arranged - for which will popularize the place and make it much sought by citizens during the summer months. A pavilion may be erected, a baseball diamond and bike track constructed. . " ' - Gen.'McCaskey Says That Supreme , Court Would Declare Antl-Can- teen Law Unconstitutional. ' .Publishers' Pressl nasmng.uj, ?tA. 5.; Restoration of the canteen feature of the post ex change is recommended by Brigadier General William McCaskey, com manding the southwestern, division of the army, with headquarters at Okla homa City, Okla., in his annual report. He says it is the belief of the men that the law is an interference with their personal rights guaranteed by the constitution, and that the law if submitted to the supreme court'of the United States would be . regarded as unconstitutional. See how what you have heard looks in print and get a dollar for doing It Win the news "ti d" orize. ! Frank Braffett won over Wilbur Hibbard in the championship golf finish at the Country Club yesterday afternoon by a score of 2 up and 1 to play. The match was one of the most closely contested events in the his tory of local golf. The finals includ ed thirty-six holes, twenty-five of which had been played off before yes terday. At the beginning of the play yesterday Braffett and Hibberd were even, and at the thirty-third hole they had equal scores. It was then that Braffett showed the better and won the right to have his i name carv ed on the beautiful club cup. J The consolation play for the Presi dent's cup offered by Robt. Stimson is moving along nicely. Ed. Hill has earned the right to play in the finals. S. S. Stratan, Jr.. and Howard Dill play off a match in the semi-annuals today and Hill will meet the winner probably Friday. A nD-BREAKIIlG TRIP BY MR. AND MRS. LEEDS Their Special Car to Dayton Tuesday Night Made the Journey in One Hour and Four Minutes Best Time of the Road. Parlor car "A" on the Dayton & Western made the trip from Rich mond to Dayton in one hour and four minutes Tuesday night. The car was the one which carried Mr. and Mrs. Rudolph Leeds and no stops were made. Aside from a slight slow up at Eaton and West Alexandria and a pretense at keeping within the speed limit In Dayton the car was kept at top speed all the way. It was the best time ever made on the line. Motorman G. A. Heckathorn and Con ductor Owens were in charge of the cai CITY AND COUNTY Building Permits. To W. F. Osborn, for improveme 30-tf of the property at 106 South 12th street to the amount of $250. In almost all cas tendance Is rer Oyster ed at Pric 4 an Increase In at- ted. ed, fried or raw serv-6-lt New Knox Fall $5.00 and $3.00. aind inter Hats, kjbe BEY & CO. Red Men Degree Work. The Degree staff of the Hokendou qua Tribe of Red Men will confer three degrees upon several candi dates next Friday night, for the Fountain City lodge. The candidates will be brought to this city where the work will be given them. Special Meeting Today. There will be special meetings at the Safitation Army Thursday, - Sept. 6. by Staff Captain Atkins and "En sign WSBUfbottom. CAPT. M-MILLAN, in charge. Hurricane Coming- Publishers Press! Washington, Sept. 5. The weather bureau announces that the West In dian hurricane, now raging in the Carribean, may reach Jacksonville Thursday night. It is headed for the southern seacoast. - STREET CAR Mtn RETURN TO WORK Ban Francisco. Sept. 5. The strike of car men on the United railroads, which were completely tied up since Aug. 26, was practically ended by a mass meeting at which the car men voted to return to work and submit the question of wage3 and hours to the committee of arbitration. It is proposed that this action will include not only the arbitration of differences between the car men and the com pany, but also of the linemen, elec tricians, firemen and construction workers on strike, .The resolution adopted by the union provides that the matter first must be submitted to the strike committee of the seven af filiated unions of employes on the United railroads for ratification, but no opposition is expected. Three Trains In a Wreck. Cumberland, Md., Sept. 5. After two freight trains, east and west bound on the Ealtimore and Ohio rail road, collided at Sir John's run, 50 miles east of Cumberland, blocking both tracks, a third freight train ran into the wreckage before a flagman cculd be sent back. W. L. C. Woods, brakeman, cf . Brunswick, -Md., was killed, and J. I. Snider, engineer, and F. McKaever, fireman, both of Bruns wick, were frightfully scalded and ray not - - Real Estate Transfers. Harrison C. Parsons and Mary Par sons, to Lewis Smith and Martha CSSith," lot number 4, block number 11 , tfegerstown. Consideration $350. Hugh'M. Stevens and Carrie Stev ens, to Frank M. Taylor, part of lot number 64, in the original plat of the town of Centerville in teaid county of Wayne. Consideration $2y600. Frank M. Taylor ajid Stella Taylor to Milton ii Kinder, -part of lot dum ber 64,"1n the original plat of, the town of Centerville. Consideration $2,000. Mary E. Mills and her husbandi Hor ace E. Mills, to Charles E- VtOtamsi- part of the northea's't ajKl Qfuttfeasl quarters of section 15,, towSsTflo range 1, west. ConSliejOa&OO. David Crull, J&tuik ISBawPSfl a.njj Joseph McCullough, "trustees fiiJ trust of the German Baptist church fof Olive Branch, to the civil town ship of Jefferson, SouWiwest quarter of section 12 in Touwnship 17, North, range 12 east, Donation Asher Pearce and Rebecca E. Thompson, et al, to Alonzo Pegg, south half of the north half of tke west half of the southwest quarter of section 20, townsHip 18, range 14 east, exr.ept a strip off the west side of property one rod wide. Consider ation $418. Vaughan R. Crocker and Minnie Crocker, to Henry P. Thomas and An na Thomas, the northwest quarter of. Section 16, township 15, north, range 1 west, containing 40 acres. Consid eration $2800. Wm. T., Clarence, Ada A., Emmet, Minnie, Arthur G. and Zella Crowe, being with grantee Nora E. Fender, the sole heirs and legatees of James to. Crowe deceased, to Eugene M. Fender ana Nora render, the north east quarter of section 8, township 15, range 14 east, excepting 32 acres off the, east end of said quarter section. Consideration $7,000. Misses Maude Kessler, Myrtle Purdy, Messrs Elver Cartwright and Paul Mount spent Labor Day in Indianapolis. Northern Michigan ets to Petoskey, Tra' Mackinac Island, sold and $6.00 round trip, d&w tf. 1 lexcur verag Wet. good sion tick- City and 11. $5,00 ten days. The agricultural exhibit under tie auspices of the County Board of, EtfuV cation will be made a pumailCS thing and will be one of the GS& events or interest, in ine towasojgi schools this year. It will be beltf (fit the Office of County Supt. Jordon afti the Court House. Telephone tl Richmond Steam your laundry tf I t ine Dtui at me oevuna ' 'M' ilr.ru rhnnrli has become damasred Ik '" 51 jiecWliai- xnafuif and will .bo CeiD fback to tbTe roundry for recasting. The, Palladium iyJ pay 10c for cop ies of the Richmond Palladium of the dates of January 1st and 2nd, 1906. New Knox Fall and wCnter Hats, $5.00 and $3.00. JJ 30-tf KUBBEY & CO. Fresh oystitrsserved In all styles at Muth's 28-tf. 'Phone or write a card to the Palla dium of the little piece of news your neighbor told you and get your name In the news "tip" contest for this week. Miss Nona Albright, who has been visiting with relatives and friends and attending the Chautauqua, re turned to her home at Winchester yesterday. LOST Saturday on the 6:30 interur ban to Cedar Springs Hotel, a white mother of pearl fan, valued as a gift. Finder return to Palladium office and receive a reward of $10. i-tL Marriage Licenses. Florence G. Hoover, Greensfork, aged 24, to Ida Addleman, White water, 23. Anna Mary KroiX?, Richmond, 26, to Frank H. Hurchfield, Richmond 29. j See how what you have heard looks in print and get a dollar for doing it. Win the news "tip" prize. Fresh at Muth' THE l0 BRIEF 4ys 4 srs served in all styles 28-tf. Reports from the various public schools in Wayne County which open ed last Monday are very gratifying. Nicholson and Bro. want Immedi ately a bright active boy from four teen to sixteen years of age, who wants a permanent position in which he may learn practical business prin cides. I 6-lt G. R- & I. 10 day ixcurslon to Cool Northern Michiganjept, 11. $5.00 to Petoslsey or Traverse Cijty, $6.00 "for round trip to Mackinac Island, d&w tf O. G. Murray went to Columbus, Ind., Tuesday where he attended the opening of the new Sun-Murray vau deville theatre, at that place. The theatre opened with a flourish, hav ing packed house on the first day. THURSDAY U. 31 PLUMS The tlmi for canning this fruit is nof at hand and this va riety I vely scarce this ae'ason. 5S I mm IIEV Darckmefe f&ry FlA x m ARRIVALS r's Sauer Kraut. ) Fancy Cape Cod , fillet v Mia sea son. Plenty of Crawford today. Peaches J. II. EGGEIIEYER 4th and Main Sts. She will also sing the Illustrated songs as Clayton Mufford. who has' been singinC2em for the past month has been lftS3krred by Mr. Murry to his newt theatre in Columbus, Ind,' $3.0 roind trip to Petoskey, $6.00 to Macwnlc Island, Sept. 11. G. R. & I. 10 dayuckets, special train, d&w tf Miss Grace Miller who has been the pianist at the New Phillips for sev- eral months, has been transferred to Lima, Ohio, where she will play In' the vaudeville theatre there con troll-' ed by the SujrMurry people. 1 H. 2VendenhaIl. 114 S. 9th.- Special attention given to obstetrics. and diseases of women. eod tf Fnjtffjaltimore Oysters, select and stanifyl, can be had at Price's. 6-lt Mr. loe Kern, representing the Kanw Tflloring Co., will be at the Ho - tel Vrcstlott tomorrow with a com pffete iNAof Fall Suitings and Over coatings. &d will be pleased to meet his many local friends. 6-lt more oyster oy tm served by the dish a; 6-lt ' . f TCSQ JS0TO. Prices. Miss Ruby Coleman will take the place of Miss Grayce Miller aa pian ist at the New Phillips next week. The old officers "of the Richmoni Ministerial Association were selected by acclimation at their meeting Mon day morning, they being Rev. Thoma Graham, president; Rev.,Wilbur Nel son, vice-president; and Rev. H. Al- Ien, secretary and treasurer. Sever- ; al business matters of importance came ud before the meetinK. . . -