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The Richmond Palladium, Friday, Sept. 7, 1906.
Page Three Head Ache Sometimes? .If so, if will interest you 'io knowIit3iatr.it can be stopped .with Dn Miles' Anti-Paia P.ilU; and without any bad- after effects, and this without dan ger of forming1 a drug habit or having- your stomach disar ranged. . .They positively - con tain no opium, morphine, co caine, chloral, ether or chloro form in any form. . 'Miles 'Anti-Pain Pills relieve 4 and 'eave only a sense o pain reh The reason for this is expla ed .by the factshat headache es from tired, irritable lent, over-taxed brain Pain I 'ills soothe Anti- - rcnigth- en these nerves, t emoving the cause. They harmless when taken as dir ted. "We use. Dr. Miles Anti-Pain Tills for the cure of headache, ani we think tfcat there Is nothing that will equal them. They will cure the severt-st 6 pell of nervous - or- .sick headacbe in a very few minutes. 1 am of a nervous temperament, and occasionally' have spells when my nerves seem to be completely exhaust ed, and I tremble bo I can scarcely contain myself. At these times I al ways tajte the Anti-Pain Pills, and they quiet me right away. It Is re markable What a soothing- effect they have upon the nerves." MRS. KARL, Detroit, Mich. Dr. Mites' Antl-Paln Pills are sold bv your druggist, who will guarantee that the first package will benefit. If it fails, he .will return your money. 25 doses, 25 cents. Never sold in bulk. Miles Medical Co., Elkhart, Ind Why Lark Are Easily Cansht. bird Is bo easily netted as the : he generally starts from the id just before the lower edge of ::et touches him and Invariably f mounts perpendicularly. This char acteristlc propensity to ascend at once , may! be observed by aiy person who ', "treads up a lark in a field and satis- ! f actorlly Illustrated by releasing, at the same moment, a newly captured lark and a sparrow from a cage or hat i within the precincts of a room. While !the sparrow will fly off horizontally. 'dash himself against the window and lie almost, stunned from the shock, the ilark will elmost always mount up ward to the celling and flutter there : for a time in vain efforts to reach the sky before he attempts any other mode of exit; but this habit Is fatal to him in the netting season. He would tienerally be able to escape, as indeed the bunting or clod bird, the sparrow and the linnet, constantly do, by flying straight forward; but ascending, as lis does, directly from the ground the mo ment his wings have touched the upp part of the net It is suffered to suddenly, and his capture is rendyed Inevitable. Loudon Standard. Duilne the oast eight month delated at all tho weddl the most prominent Brides of Ric Ton know them. Ak thei work. If you want the mus! of your wadding artistic ai f aboot oar 11 program, d complete. Call up Tel. tjoZ9Q Tet-rauq Concert Quartet t PICNIC.SUPPLIES. Baked Ham (Cooked Potato Chips (Always Picnic Plates arnjl Paper Nap kins, Fancy Baski HADULf BROS. Phone 292. THE NEW PHILLIPS VAUDEVILLE THEATER O. G .M'JRRAY MANAGE WEEK OF SEPT. 3rd. DAILY at 3 and 8:15 P. IV. A MISS RUBY COLEMAN. Overture. B -MARJORIE MOORE. Coon Shouter. C GLADSTONE SISTE Acrobatic Singer and D MRS. KEPTNER. Illustrated Songs. E THE CALLAHAN Comedy Sketch. F LOTTIE WEST The Irish Countes MONS. Irish Character Vocalist. ? G-LEROY & MORRIS. The Trunk Mystery. H THE PHILOSCOPC. Latest Motion Pictures. 7 i we here aMa of m mono 11 9 y : M 1 Dove I esh i DJhcera SY Yh FalladHyinni EVERY SUBSCRIBER A BARBER WITH NERVE WILL ONE TAKE THE JOB? Hatch Carnival Company Anxious to Test the Courage as Well as the Skill of SomeTonsorial Artist ApplicationsNot Rushing as Yet. ruid's carnival week Is near atjrand and the committees have ev- thing in. readiness for the recep l .of the .Hatch Carnival shows when they arrive next Sunday after nooa from .Toledo Advance Agent Stanwood said this morning. th,a,t he. had. received a letter from Mr. Hatch asking him whether there .is a. "brave barber" in Rich mond. The carnival company in ev ery city invites some barber to enter the wild animal arena to shave the trainer while he is surrounded by lions and tigers. Rarely, if ever, a knight of the razor accepts, and Mr. Hatch" in sending word to Richmond said that he believed that there might be several tonsorial artists here with temerity enough to pass through the ordeal. In one place where a bar ber showed sufficient courage to en ter the den, he became so nervous that he carved a piece out of the train er's ear, and the sight of blood almost set the wild beasts frantic. The shaving was dispensed with and the trainer and barber had some difficul ty in leaving the arena. Any Rich mond barber, however, who desires to try his hand, should make his desires known to the Druid's committee at once. i AT THE THEATERS "The Hall Room Boys" Gen nett. Miss Maude Morris has been espec- ially engaged to play the part of the widow, Mrs. B. Damm, in Chas. M. Holly's big musical comedy, "The Hall Room Boys." She played the prima donna part season before last with "Piff.'Paff, Pouf" and was a de cided success. Last season the pri ma donna with George M. Cohan's "Little Johnny Jones" Company in which she scored a big hit. Miss Morris is a handsome brunette, has a beautiful high contralto voice and always gives a good account of her self. She will be here at the Gennett next Monday night. epertoir at the Phillips. ey out est will be the first 11 put on by the Richardson Stock Company at the New .Phillips next week, opening Monday night for a week's engagement, with matinee on Wednesday nad Friday. "Out of the Fold", the second bill is ' one of the most delightful plays ever put on the stage. "The Embassy Ball" comes next, and is full of bright bubling merriment, then comes "A Convict's Daughter" another charming play. "The Hour -of Judgment" follows that. All are royalty ulays. properly presented.' Specialties, , are , introduced at each performance and are said to be of the most acceptable nature. Vaudeville at the Phillips. J jAs there will be no vaudeville at Lne New Phillips next week, but rep ertoire instead, lovers of vaudeville should take occasion to see this week's bill either today or tomorrow. They will find they have been amply repaid both in point of time and money. Vaudeville will be renewed after next week and some excellent attractions have already been secur ed. Mr. William Clifton, fn "The Hall Room Boys" at the Gennett next Monday night. Poo z. A REPORTER IV THREE KILLED; MANY INJURED Sixteen Workmen Caught Wreckage of Falling in Building. THE VICTIMS WERE HUNS NAMES OF THE KILLED AND MAIMED ARE THEREFORE UN KNOWN DISTRESSING ACCI DENT AT ELYRIA, O. 'Publishers' Press! Elyria, u., G. Three men were killed and a dozen seriously in jured by the falling of the second floor of the new factory building of the Garford company, under construc tion here. The 16 workmen on the first floor of the building were caught beneath the fall of heavy tile, brick and steel beams of the wrecked floor. The dead and injured so, far as known are Hungarians who were do ing the heavy work about the con struction of the building. Their name3 are unknown. The injured were removed to a hospital as fast as taken from the ruins. All the ambulances and physicians in the city were called to the relief of the Injured. Those rescued from the ruins are said to be in a very critical condition. The accident happened while 27 men were at work removing the false structure used to hold the concrete pillars of the new building in place. The falsa work, It is said, was remov ed too soon, the concrete not having had time to harden sufficiently to sus tain the weight of the structure. Lumber Craft Sunk. Sandusky, O., Sept. 6. The steamer Homer Warren and her tow, the barge William Crossthwaite, collided on Lake Erie, near Kelly's island. Both vessels were wrecked and the crews were picked up by an up bound steam er, which responded to the signals of distress. Both vessels were lumber carriers. The Homer Warren had a crew of 12. The William Crossthwaite carried a crew of seven. Both vessels belong to Shannon & Cary of Sagi naw, Mich. They left Lorain, O., Wednesday night for Alpena, Mich. The Warren did not sink, although a big hole was stove in her bow. The Warren reached the Kelly island dock, where temporary repairs were made. The Crossthwaite sank In shal low water, where she is said to be S menace to navigation. Marks of Violence. Newark, O., Sept. 6. The mystery surrounding the death of Harry Kel ley a glass worker, and Nellie Diebolt, 17, was not altogether solved by the recovery!!-of the bodies, which were brought to Newark for burial. The coroner, L. L. Marriott, reports that Miss Diebolt's nose was mashed as if hit by an oar or bottle, her lip and one eye also being cut. Kelley has marks on his face, indicating a strug gle in the boat. The two were last seen on shore Monday night by two sisters of Miss Diebolt. They were in good spirits and seemed to be happy in each other's company. Salaries Raised. Philadelphia, Sept. 6. At a confer ence between officials of the Pennsyl vania railroad line's east of Pittsburg and Erie and delegates representing the telegraph operators, the company granted an advance in wages to affect ) all telegraphers on the lines mention ed, beginning Sept. 1. The Increase will involve an additional expenditure of $70,000 a moath by the company. Killed by Switch Engine. Dayton, O., Sept. 6. While Intently watching an" airship at the fair grounds, Harry Lehman and J. S. Trake were struck by a switch engine, Lehman being Instantly killed and Trake probably- fatally injured. Gam mt Dice. In the game of dice, as played by the Greeks, names of their divinities were given to the various "throws,' the most fortunate, that of the highesl number, beiug called Venus or Ahpro- 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. ti MOTHER'S AWFUL CRIME KILLED HER CHILDREN Mrs. Henry Knippen of Putnam Coun ty, Ohio, Cuts Off. Heads of Baby Boy and Girl With Butcher Knife Act of Insane Woman. . Publishers' PressJ Columbus Grove," O., Sept." M"rs. Henry Knippen, wjf e of a farmer liv ing near Cloverdale, Putnam county, decapitated her two. children, a boy aged 3-and a girl aged 18 months, then went to the home of ar neighbor, told what she had done and asked them to go and see the children. "The boy's head was nearly, cut. off and the girl's head was completely severed and was found near'the body. A carving knife was used. The woman was dis charged recently from the Toledo State hospital for -the insane. Terrific -Explosion. - Birmingham, Ala., Sept. 6. Four cases of dynamite and $25 pounds of black powder exploded as a result of a fire in a miner's house at Republic, Ala.' The dead are J." R. Bell, a miner, and Mrs. Bell. Four persons were In jured. The explosion spread conster nation among the inhabitants. Depot Destroyed. Los Angeles, Sept. 6. The . Santa Fe passenger depot and railroad hotel at Needles, Cal., were destroyed by fire. F. M. Carter, a conductor, and Prlscilla Bastian, a waiter, were burn ed to death. Several other persons were severely burned. Bank Statements Wanted. Washington, Sept. 6. The comp troller of currency issued a call for a statement of the condition of national banks at cloBe of business Sept. 4. Chamberlain Chosen. Boise, Idaho, Sept. 6. Governor Chamberlain of Oregon was elected president of the national irrigation congress. TO THE POINT Telegraphic News Boiled Down ind Bunched For Convenience. At McPherson, Kan., Jack Leroy was fatally burned by explosion of balloon he was filling. George W. Bo3s. 46, of Belmont, W. Va., found dead in bed at hotel in Vincennes, Ind. Apoplexy. Mrs. Eliza Fairchild Wheelock, 81, mother of Professor A. M. Wheeler of Yale, died at Easten, Conn. Filipino students were refused ad mittance to Louisiana State univer sity at Baton Rouge on account of color. Carl Smith of Brockton, Mass., fell 125 feet from balloon by trapeze rope breaking and was fatally Injured at Lewiston, Me. Robbers entered the home of Charles Wolfe at Bloomdale, O., bound and gagged Mrs. Wolfe and ransacked the house. Miss Myrtle Hutchinson, 18, shot and killed herself at North Nashville, Tennf Grieved over separation from her girl chum who married recently. An Incident of Life .In Sew York. The street beggar with pockets lined with money Is a fairly familiar figure of city life, but one of the free dis pensaries reports an instance of an attempt to get free medicine on the plea of poverty that deserves a place in the catalogue of good stories of graft. A middle aged woman ap peared the other day and got a pre scription, after which Bhe took her place in the line of persons waiting to have their .medicine made up by thr apothecary. This particular woman, it should be said, had given satisfac tory answers to all the questions put to he r designed to show whether she was a proper subject for charity. Sud denly there was a cry: "I'm robbed I I'm robbed!" The victim was this woman, who so far forgot her previous professions as to assert that her pocket had been picked and that the thief had got away with $90. Then she lost the opportunity to get free medicine, thus adding, in her view, Insult to injury. New York Post. ife Gentle vss How often we come across people m life so disagreeable and bitter, reject ing all overtures of kindness we make toward them, that we feel quite dis heartened. And yet if we only knew their life's history how much we should perhaps find to forgive and pity, so let us keep on with our good work until we have thawed the 'icicles of their hearts with the warmth t our own. The Palladium gives a dollar each week for the best piece of news "tip Ded off" to it. 4 , r BLOCK SIGNALS Wl EXAMINED The United: States Railway Commission Making an Investigation. STATISTICS ARE WANTED RAILROAD COMPANIES ARE ASK ED TO FURNISH SAME, AS SUB JECT DEALS WITH SAFETY OF PASSENGERS. Publishers PressJ Washington. Sept. 6. The inter state commerce commissi on naado jubllc an order calling on the rail roads of the country for Information in regard to block signalling practice and electric signalling appliances. The Information is asked in order that the commission might comply with a joint resolution passed at the last session or congress. In the opinion of the commission, the subject is one of the most import ant of the several matters referred to It by congress, as it has to do direct ly with the safety of life and property in railroad travel. The questions asked the railroads are framed on the principle approved by the American Railway association and contemplate not only full statis tics of the practice of all the large railroad and present state of the art generally, but also the salient facts as to the merits of block signal or space interval principle for running railroad trains, and information as to what progress is being made in the introduction of improvements. Three petitions were filed with the interstate commerce commission by the Johnston-Larimer Dity Goods com pany of Wichita, Kan., against the Mallory line of steamers sailing out of New York; the Atchison, Topeka and Santa Fe railway; the Wabash, and about 40 other lines, alleging un just, unreasonable and discriminating rates on cotton fabrics and knit goods shipped to Wichita, as against the rates accorded various shipping cen ters in the west. They asked the com mission to make a ruling compelling the defendants to desist from their alleged unlawful practices and to ac cord further relief to which they may be entitled. Given His Liberty. Chicago, Sept. 6. C. H. Frye, who was arrested on a charge of bigamy upon his return to Chicago recently after an absence of 31 years, was re leased from custody on bonds signed by Mrs. Clara A, Goddard, whom Frye married In South Dakota under the name of Goddard. A suit for divorce filed by Mrs. Frye, the legal wife, la pending in the circuit court, and it was upon the promise of Frye to mar ry Mrs. Goddard as soon as he was freed from his first alliance that Frye was given his liberty. Mrs. Goddard. accompanied by her 19-year-old daugh ter Jessie, came to Chicago from Cal ifornia and revealed the dual life of Frye since he met her in Spencer, la., in 1877. - Acute l.rynill. George Washington died of a disease that was then called a quinsy, but which is now knawn as acute laryngi tis. His physicians treated fclm ac cording to their best light and knowl edge, but such treatment now would be little ehort of criminal. An eminent authority says that if medical men had known as much then as they do now the distinguished patient would prob bly have been cured in a week. As it was, he slowly strangled to death bj the closing of his throat. At the pres ent time pfeyeiclans treat a case of this kind by tracheotomy that Is, by mak ing an opetting into the windpipe, through which the patient may breathe They also diagnose a case by using the laryngoscope, which enables them to look int the throat and see exactly what the trouble is. A Special Caw. "If Mr. Wlnslew calls tonight, mamma, what shall I say?" "Say whatever your heart tells you to say, nay dear." "But this Iat one of those cases, mamma. There is nothing to Mr. Win- slow eiceDt his money ."uieveiana Plain Dealer. Indi State Fair. Excursion Pennsylvania Lines Sept.l3-eod Sept. 8 to 1 S1IOUW9 K mW TRY TO WIN THE . .. ... PRIZE Si ?pm Suits Topcoats Cravencttes Our Fall and Dlhidinig aimd Mate are arriving daU ana are greater values than ever. They eclipse anything TrbUjls line ever shown in Richmond. All are invited to can anoexamine mem. 511tc NO MORE U 914 Main Street Is going fine and people are crowding rar Dry Goods store for the best prices ever given on Dfss Goods. Remem ber everything goes at cost fotash. That means $1.00 goods at 75c; M cent at 3Bnd 25 cent goods go at 19 cents. Lace JCurtainsJat sold at $1.75 for $1.25. Re member this a clejf sale and everything goes as ad vertised. We areelling out and YOUR money will get the plums. S.& UfStamps given. Store opens Friday night. HOOD'S MODEL DEPARWIENWORE Trading Stamps with All Purchases. Free DelivcryNew Phone 1079; Old Phone 13K. Store Open Tuesday vjiday and Saturday Evenings. - -r IRA SWISHER, Lessee and t FOR ONE NIGHT, t CHAS. M. HOLLY Presents t stTiuirr lui f Book by Joseph Byron , 4 brightest, breeziest s in f Whiffen and William CI ! 7 n ...... s 1 . . m on D.U.. Oc 1 I Ak LfcbrTH f M TfctteT I M 1. Westcott Pharmacy Friday morning. ......... . ... .. . 1 TTTTTTTTTTm t new phillips Theatre One Week, Compenelng ronday, Sept. 10 The Richardscii Stock Co. in a new repertoire of comjiec anor drama, opening with' W AYOtT WEST" Miss Qwjrpdolynne Lewis the young and talented acftsVs, will be seen in the roles, ably supported by Mr. William Miller, leading ers. "x Matinees Wednesday and under the usual rule. Price, 10c, Drug Store. Home Pone 593 J. . RUGOELL J ot- Manufacturer X Parlor Furniture. Mattrestzs t Couches, Easy Chairs, ItmjT . "CurmG's Special tir- ls the sensation of ths year in thvAichmond shoe trae er sale than. any other shse eveoiold Cecause it Is a strictly f 3.5Cihoe for BEST shoe made for the tyyjiey, and curme's straE ERLop 16 and 17 ColonirT Building, f Phone 1634. Prices asobie and ie$I.OQ All Styles ' Winter Stock of COATS NO LESS lis) 411-413 Mam Svcet. Man AS MONDAY, DEPT. 10 Die idsai musical comedy OOrJ BOYS', Music by Alexander Spencer. town. 50 People, headed Tom AT T r r mm sneer, ded jA y opt supported by an all Star Car and the d en Seat f( opens at Friday. Ladies' irj 20c and 30c. ej DealerUT z3d i z Htprf work a f specialty. y It It having lar? in the City. $2.50, Is CUARAJNTEED to bs th more th fills the guarantee. ""AIM street. satisfaction Graranteeo. THIS WEEK 44 S leadl7 female J mrand oth- 1 ..... . 1 ivionaay nignx Aat at Alford'a ? S . .. t