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The Richmond Palladium, Friday, Sept. 7,1906.
A Wonderful "Record.
As made up byImproved aYd exact
processes Dr. Pierce Favorite Piftscrip4
tion is a most efficient remedy for regu
lating all the womanly fiuions, correct
ing displacements a. prolapsus, antrtr
slon and retroversion,joVeroming painful
periods, toning up thener es and bring
ing about a perfect BttJof health. It
cnres the backache, periodical headaches,
the.dr$rglng-down distre in the pelvic
region, the pain and ieynderness over
lower abdominal regioi. dries up the
pelvic catarrhal drain J sodisagreeable
and weakening, and iveroimes every
form of weakness incidint to?the organs
distinctly feminine- . f .
"Favorite Prescription " is v.the only
medicine for women! the makers of
which are not afraii to print their
formula on the botfie wrapper, thus
taking their patrons Into their ful con
fidence. It is the ftnly medicine! for
women, every ingredient of which has
the strongest possible endorsement of
the most eminent mj-dical practitioneys
and writers of our fcay, rei ommenditiK
it for the diseases-fir -which "Favorite.
Prescription is us rl. It is the only
put-up medicine for women, soid
through druggists,. hich does not con
tain a large percer Lage of alcohol, so
harmful In the Ion run,' especially f.o
delicate women. Il has more genuine
cures to its credit t ian all other medi
cines -for women combined, having
saved thousands of sufferers from the
operating table and the surgeon's knife.
"It has restored delic te, weak women to
strong and Vigorous health (and virility,
making motherhood ossible,'Where there
was barrenness-befoi f?, therebybrighten
Ing and makng har py many thousand,
of homes by the advent. of little ones to
strengthen the mar tal bonds and add
sunshine wherv gloo n and despondency
had reigned belore.
Write to Dr. 1 V. Pierce. IIewill ser-d
you good, fatherly, professional advice,
in a plain, sealrti iveloj)e, absolutely
free. Address hinl-.tr Buffalo, N. Y.
Dr. Pierce's Plefvnt Pellets do not
gripe. They effectually cleanse the.sys?
tern of accumulated impurities.
The People'3 Common Sense Medical
Advier, bv Dr. Pierce. 1008 pages, is sent
free on receipt of stamps to pay expense
of mailing mily. Send 21 one-cent stamps
for the book in paper covers, or 31 stamps
for the clcta-bound volume. Address
&3 above.
COILS TIGHTENING
ABOUT DIRECTORS
WHO CAUSEtt CRASH
' tContinued From Page One.)
We- jrieajyiir-n: general - assembly
board was simply h,eld for Hippte,
through a species of slight of hand.
He went to tha boi in the vault con-"
taining the trust securities in -question
on the pretext of cutting coupons
in order to cash them and place" the
proceeds to the credit of the boaiyJ
After the box was opened Hippie in
formed the clerk that somebody at
the door wanted to see him for a moj
ment. The clerk unsuspectingly left!
Hippie alone for this brief interval.
The time was sufficient to enable him
to substitute two bogus bonds for two
genuine bonds, which he afterward
hypothecated for the benefit of him
self or Segal.
The hearing in the cases of Adolph
Segal, the promoter of many industrial-enterprises;
William F. North,
treasurer of the trust company, and
.M," ' S. Collingwocd, the assistant
treasurer, who were - arrested on
charges of aiding in . the- wrecking of
the company, wa3 held before Magis
trate Kochersperger and lasted sev-
eral hours,
While on Jiie witness stand Receiv
er Tlrle gave the district attorney the
envelope on the back of which was
written Hippie's confession.. He said
it was found on Hippie's dressing ta
ble, and that it was handed to him
by a director. who received it from
the family. The confession was not
made publicby the district attorney,
but in substance Is the same as here
tofore published.
At the conclusion of the hearing the
three prisoners were held for trial,
their bail having been renewed.
Agreement On Labels.
Washington, Sept., 6. After numer
ous conferences between Secretary
Wilson, Dr. Melvlq, chief of the bu
reau of animal industry, and about 40
representatives of the various meat'
packing houses, the problems over the
labels which, under the law, must be
put upon meat products, were settled
to the satisfaction of all concerned.
xThe packers announced that they will
prepare the labels by, Oct. 1, when the
law goes into effect.. Throughout the
discussions Secretary Wilson stood
for labels which would state exactly
what the package contained, and this
the packers finally accepted, although
by way of compromise the secretary
did not insist on the . percentages of
different meats contained in any can
ned article put out under one name.
Gold Imports.
Washington, Sept. 6. In answer to
an inquiry Secretary Shaw said, in ex
planation of his'offer to facilitate gold
Imports, that it would; apply to gold
Imported from Australia or any other
point. The importers, however, from
far distant countries will be require.
to file with the treasury department
evidence of the fact of the purchase,
giving the date the gold would be
shipped.
cnanestown, lnd., Sept. 6. Charles
tfown celebrated the centennial anni
versary of its founding at the annual
meeting of the Old Settlers' associa
tion of Clark county. The gaily dec:
orated town and the fair grounds were
crowded with about 15.000 necDle.
OEM
I writ to let yon know how I arrrrrUte ronr
Cascsre. I fomntinrp.l taking thrm lax Novem
ber and t-Kk two ten cent boxes and passed a tape
worm 14 ft. Ionic. Then I commenced taking them
ftp in and Wedtcday. April 4in. 1 paused another
tape worm t f long ana er a thousand small
worm. Prertona to my taking Caacaret. I didn't
know I hr4 a tape-worm. 1 always bad a small
vpelt."
Wm. F. Brown, 14 Franklin St.. Brooklyn, N. Y.
Best For
-fi e - t
r sn tin: uuwei VV
CANDY CATHARTIC '
.leasan. Palatable. Potent, Taste Good. Do Goo
Keier Sieken, Weaken or Urine. Itfc. 25e. iOc. Ner
sold In balk. The cenoine tablet stamped CC
Guaranteed to cure or your mouey back.
Sterling Remedy Co., Chicago or KlY. 5
ALT.UALSaLE, TEH LULU OH DOXE
f
I .... Local
"THREE FINGERS"
KILLED PIRATES
Chicago Trims the Pittsburg
Bunch in Most Beautiful
Fashion.
THE REDS ' BROKE EVEN.
ST. LOUIS WON FIRST AND DROP
PED SECOND NEW YORK WON
. FROM BROOKLYN WITH EASE
I OTHER GAMES YESTERDAY.
NATIONAL LEAGUE STANDING.
Won. liost. PCt
Chicago ..... . 97 , 32 .752
New York ... 81 43 .653
Pittsburg .. 81 45 .643
Philadelphia 57 69 .452
Cincinnati .. .. .... 53
Brooklyn . 49
St. Louis 48
Boston . . .. 41
76 .411
74 .398
81 .372
87 .320
K
. Publishers' PressJ
Chicago, . Sept. 6. Three fingered
Brown proved invincible today and
the Chicago Nationals shut out the
Pittsburgs. Score:
R.H.E.
Pitts. .. 000000000 0 1 1
Chi. .. 011000 00 3t 2 8 1
Batteries Leifield and Phelps;
Brown and Kling. Umpire Klem.
EASY FOR NEW YORK.
Brooklyn, Sept. 6. With Mathew
son in the box the New York Nation
als had an easy time with the Brook
lyns today. The Giants took the lead
in the. first inning and were never
headed. Score :
R. H. E.
NY.-.-..4'0 0 1010006 9 0
Brook. . 000000110 2 7 2
Batteries Mathewson, Bresnahan
and Smith; ; Mclntyre and Bergen.
Umpire O'Day.
BOSTON WINS A GAME.
Philadelphia, Sept. 6. Although the
Philadelphia Nationals outbatted the
Bostons, opportune hitting by the
Beaneaters gave them the victory.
Score :
R. H. E.
Bos. ... 02000000 0 2 6" 0
Phil. ...0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 1 9 1
Batetries Pfeffer and ' O'Neill;
Richie, Sparks and Donovan. Um
pire Carpenter, t t ..,
AN EVEN BREAK.
Cincinnati Sept. 6. After winning
the first game of the double header
from the Cincinnati Nationals today
the St. Louis could do nothing with
Weimer's pitching in "the second con
test and were shut out. Scores:
First game-1-
R.H.
7 8
2 6
St. L, . .0 0 0 3 0 0 1 0 3
Cin 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0-
Batteries Beebe and Noonan; Fra
zer and Schlei. Umpire Conway.
Second game
R H E
St. L. . .....0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 0
Cin. .." .. ..1 0 1 0 0 0 x 2 6 1
Batteries Higgins and Grady; Wei
mer and Livingstone. Umpire Con
way. Called by agreement.
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DEATH FROM APOPLEXY
THE END WAS UNEXPECTED
Fred Hovelmeler of Near Hagers
town ' Passed Away Yesterday
Was in His Usual Health, Appar
ently a few Moments Before This
Fatal Stroke.
Hagerstown, Sept. 6. (Spl.) Fred
Hovelmeier, proprietor of the Hovel
meier dairy died suddenly this morn
ing from appoplexy. He resided on
the Craig farm, four miles east of
town. He had been at work about
the, farm and appeared to be in good
health. He was returning to the
house from the corn crib, when he
fell, and was unconscious when his
wife reached him. A physicial was
summoned but death followed soon.
The deceased was prominent in
this vicinity. He had been in the
dairy business for some years.
IS ORDINANCE VIOLATED?
Alleged that the Centra! Union Tele
phone Company Is not Conform
ing With its Provisions. '
Complaints have reached the city
authorities that the Central Union
Telephone Company is reconstruct
ing its system and is not conforming
with the city ordinance which requires
wires in certain parts of the city to
be placed under ground. City Attor
ney Study is quoted - as saying that
no evidence had been brought to him
to show that the company was vio
lating a city ordinance in the work
it Is now doing.
The- Palladium gives a dollar each
week for the best piece of news "tip
ped off" to It-
ipi?t3:
DDDg Iil7S General..
Results Yesterday.
NATIONAL LEAGUE.
New York 6; Brooklyn 2.
Boston 2; Philadelphia 1.
Pittsburg 0; Chicago 2.
St. Louis 7; Cincinnati 2. (First
game.)
St. Louis 0; Cincinnati 2. (Second
game.) Called seventh inning by
agreement.
AMERICAN LEAGUE.
Boston 5: New York 6.
Philadelphia 0; Washington 4.
St. Louis 3; Cleveland 9.
Chicago 13; Detroit 5.
AMERICAN ASSOCIATION
Kansas City 1; Minneapolis 10. (1st
game.)
Kansas City 4; Minneapolis 6. (2nd
game.) Game called at end of 7th
by agreement
Milwaukee 10, St. Paul 6. (1st
game.)
Milwaukee 5; St. Paul
game.
Toledo 4; Louisville 1.
Indianapolis 5; Columbus
game.)
2. (2nd
ness.
AMERICAN ASS'N
AMERICAN ASSOCIATION;
Won. Lost.
ret.
Columbus . ... ..... 85 54
Milwaukee . ,S0 60
Toledo 74 '65
Minneapolis ...... 72 67
Louisville .. 69 74
Kansas City 66 73
St. Paul .. .. ...... 63 75
Indianapolis , . ..... 50 91
.612
.571
.532
.518
.483
.475
.456
.355
Publishers Pressl
' AT MINNEAPOLIS
First game
R. H. E.
Kansas City .. ...... ...... 13 2
Minneapolis .. .."......": .',.10 13 ' 2
Batteries Durham and Sullivan;
Ford, and Yeager. Umpire Werden.
Second Game
R.H.E.
Kansas City 4 7 2
Minneapolis .. 6 9 1
Batteries Egan and Sullivan; Cad-
awallader and Graham. Umpire
Werden.
Game called at end of seventh in
ning by agreement.
AT ST. PAUL. .
First game '
R. H. E.
Milwaukee .. .... .. ......10 15 0
St. Paul .. .. 6 J2 1
Batteries Bateman and Beville;
Slagle and Irwin. Umpire Owen.
Second game
R, H. E.
Milwaukee 5 8 2
St. Paul 2 8 5
Batteries Hynes and Beville; Pru-
itt and Drill. Umpire Owen.
AT LOUISVILLE.
R.H.E.
Toledo .. .. ". 4 12 2
Louisville ,...1 6 4
Batteries Chech and Land; Dun
kle and Shaw; Umpire-r-Kane.
AT COLUMBUS.
First game
- R.H. E.
Indianapolis . . 5 1Q 3
Columbus .. . ....... 6 8 1
Batteries Hickey and Kahoe.
Flaherty and Blue. ' Umpire Egan.
Second game
R.H.E.
Indianapolis .. i..-- ........ 2 4 0
Columbus 4 ...... 2 S 4
Batteries Thielman and Holmes;
Robertaille and Blue. Umpire Egan.
Game called on account of dark
ness. ' ..
BOY'S FUN WAS COSTLY
Pilfered a Watermelon as Many Boys
do and Was Fined In the City
Court.
Watermelons -are as plentiful as
ever this season and prices have not
been deemed exorbitant, yet Adam
Eby, son of a farmer living south of
Richmond was forced to pay $11.40
for a single melon yesterday. Eby
was charged with trespassing upon
the farm of Andrew Greulick and
while upon the land he had plucked
a melon from the vines. In his own
defense the Eby boy said that he had
been invited to eat melon on the
Greulick patch several times and
was not aware that he was committ
ing a theft. The fine was levied,
however, and it was $11.40. The
amount was paid.
Health Board Work.
One of the first things that the
new Board of Health will do will be
to act upon the complaints of var
ious citizens regarding the collection
of garbage. During the past two
months when the accumulation of
garbage is always the heaviest, there
has been some delay in the collec
tions. It is possible that the board
"may consider the advisability of us
ing more wagons during the summer
months.
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.
4-tf.
Palladium Want Ads "Pay.
EIGHT III FIRST
CLINCHED GAME
Chicago Americans Slaughter
Detroit Early in the
Contest.
BOSTON'S TOUGH LUCK
NEW YORK TOOK GAME WHEN
IT APPEARED TO BE A CINCH
FOR THE BOSTON TEAM PHIL
LIES IS SHUT OUT.
AMERICAN LEAGUE STANDING.
Won. Lost. PCt
New York 75 48 .610
(1st Chicago 74 49 .602
Cleveland 67 53 .558
(2nd Philadelphia 68 54 .557
dark-. St. Louis 64 59 .520
Detroit .. 56 65 .463
Washington , 48 75 .390
. Boston 39 87 .310
Publishers PressJ
Detroit, Sept. 6. After the first in
ning today, when the Chicago Ameri
cans scored eight runs, the game de
veloped into an uninteresting strug
gle, the Detroits being easily defeat
ed. Score:
R. H. E
Chi. .. 80001300 113 17 2
Det.. .. 00020012 05 12 2
BatteriesSmith and Towne; Row
an and Schmidt.
Umpires Evans and Connolly.
FINE BATTING RALLY.
New York, Sept. 6. With a fine
batting rally in the ninth inning to
day the New York Americans turned
apparent defeat into victory, the
Boston's practically having the game
cinched when the Highlanders began
their rally. Score: " .
R.H.E.
Bos.. ...0 2 0 0 1 1 1 0 05 11 2
N. Y. .. .1 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 36 9 3
Batteries Winter and Armbruster,
Doyle, ' Chesbro, Kleinow and Mc
Guire. Umpire Hurst.
PHILLIES SHUT OUT.
Washington, Sept 6. The , only
runs scored in the game today were
by the Washingtons, who bunched
their hits off the Philadelphlas pitch
ers in the fourth inning. Score:
R.H.E.
Phila .0 0 0 0 0 0,0 0 00 5 2
Wash'.:' 0 00 4 0 0 0 0 04 7 1
Batteries Dygert, Cunningham
and Powers; Frankenburg and War
ner. Umpire O'Loughlin.
VICTORY FOR CLEVELAND.
Cleveland, Sept. 6. Hitting the
ball hard throughout the game gave
the Cleveland Americans the victory
over St. Louis. Score:
R.H.E.
St. L. .. 0 0 0 0 0 2 1 0 03 8 4
Cleve . 2 1 2 O'O 0 0 4 x 9 15 1
Batteries Smith, Jacobson and
Spencer; Bernhardt and Clarke. Um
pire Sheridan.
CHARGE A PECOLIAR ONE
RURAL CARRIER ARRESTED
Will Young Charged With Having
Evaded the Delivery of a Number
of Newspapers by Throwing Them
Into Scrap Basket Was Taken to
Muncie.
Alonzo Boyd, deputy United States
Marshall came to Richmond yester
day and arrested WTill Young a rural
route carrier on one of the routes out
of Richmond.
Young is charged with having Im
peded the progress of the United
States mails, the specific charge be
ing that he had thrown into the scrap
basket at the office a number of
newspapers that were addressed for
delivery' on his route. The alleged
offense took place last Saturday.
Young is one of the best known
members of the local force of rural
carriers and has . been efficient in ev
ery way. The charge against him is
not of serious nature and It is said
that he vigorously denies having pur
posely evaded the deliverly of the
newspapers. Young accompanied Mar
shall Boyd to Muncie last night and
this morning will be arraigned
before the United States commission
er. He will furnish bond for his ap
pearance before the federal grand
jury.
Longworth at Oyster Bay.
Oyster Bay, Sept; 6. Mrs. Nicholas
Longworth arrived at Oyster Bay
ahead of Representative Longworth,
who spent the day in New York..nd
reached here In the evening. They
will remain the guests !of President
and Mrs. Roosevelt several days.
Fire caused Stare.
Detroit, Mich., Sept. f. Fire broke
rut in "The Glade, onfe of the num
erous amusement plac at the state
fair grounds. Other shfw places were
threatened. "The Gladfe
was crowd
every one es-
ed. Panic followed, bu
caped uninjured.
Sunday ExcurStn tollndianapolis.
Via Pennsylvanisv Vnes- $1.25
round trip from RicIon(L Special
train leaves .8:25 m-. Sept 9.
Sept 5, 6, 7. '
SIX YEARS III JAIL;
If EVER A CRIMINAL
Madison County Man Dying
After His Long, Close
Confinement.
THE CASE IS PATHETIC
THROUGH NO FAULT OF HIS OWN
THE MAN WHO IS WITHOUT
FRIENDS HAS BEEN SHAME
FULLY TREATED.
Anderson, lnd., Sept. 6. (Spl.) Dr.
Newlin, the jail physician, has called
the attention of the commissioners to
the fact that Ed Modlin is failing rap
idly Rf' health and that unless some
thing is done soon to better his con
dition the unfortunate man will die.
Ed Modlin has been confined in the
over-crowded Madison county jail for
more than six years. He was never
charged with a crime. There was
never a warrant issued for his con
finement. He is not a criminal. He
is not responsible nor in any wise to
blame for having to spend more than
six years in jail.
Ed Modlin is an epileptic and is sub
ject to fits. Nothing has been done
to provide this unfortunate man a
decent place to live, except what has
been done on the long delayed epilep
tic home near New Castle.
Ed Modlin is 40 years old. Under
the confinement, want of exercise and
enforced companionship of criminals,
his health has broken down and un
less he is taken from the jail soon,
nis body will have to be carried out
and possibly sent to some medical
college at Indianapolis.
FIGHTING THE PENNSY
FARMERS ARE UP IN ARMS
Railroad Company Persists in Build
ing Viaduct Beneath Which Farm
ers Cannot Pass With Hay Wagons
and Threshing Outfits Law Suit is
Threatened.
The Pan Handle is having a pecu
liar trouble with farmers in Henry
County near Mt Summit and in all
probability the county commissioners
and- finally the courts, will be ap
pealed to for relief.
In that vicinity, the railroad cross
es a township road with a viaduct
which for j'ears was too low to allow
a 'hay wagon or . traction engine and
thresher to pass under. As a result
farmers were many times compelled
to make a detour of five miles and it
wasethericause fuojnuch; jajinoyance
and expense.' - Some years ago the
matter was discussed and it is claim
ed the railroad half way promised to
raise the structure when a new one
was built. This week a new one was
completed and it was built at exactly
the same height.
SPECIAL SERVICE.
The Richmond Street '& Interur-
ban Ry. Co., on account of the Indi
ana State Fair, Sept. 10th to 14th, in
clusive will make every effort to give
their patrons the best service ever
given to the State Fair. Car from
Terminal Station at Indianapolis ev
ery few minutes to the Fair Grounds.
No delays. For information call on
interurban agent.
6-10t R. S. & I. RY. CO.
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.
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