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The Richmond Palladium, Thursday, October 11, 1906 PLAYS E SATURDAY Quakers to Test Their Strength for the First Time at Terre Haute.-' - ARE HOPEFUL. OF VICTORY LAST YEAR LOCAL TEAM LOST, THROUGH A QUESTIONABLE DECISION NOW -DESIRE TO EVEN UP OLD SCORE. Tne opening football game for Earlham College comes oft Saturday when the Quaker lads . journey to Terre Haute to line up against the Rose Polytechnic team. This will be the squad's first test for the season's schedule and . the result of the three . weeks . hard , and untiring practice and coaching will be shown. , Last year Rose Poly was victorious by a score of 18 to 12. Smelser, left tackle, made a touch down for Earl ham which would have tied the score but It was not allowed by a decision of one of the officials. The college boys feel that they were not given a square deal and are anxious to even things up this year. All Is favorable for the College to send a winning team and the athletic supporters are in the best of spirits over the coming game. Thistleth waite who played simply a good stea dy game last year fr shown up ex ceptionally well this season and is one of the best men on the varsity. In last evenings , scrimmage the varsity men were mixed with the scrubs and the men were able to get excellent practice In two evenly matched games. Houck promises,, to be one of the best line men as he understands the game well and shows good head work. PRINCETON LOOKS STRONG Worked Forward Pass at Wilt and Run-up Score of 52 Points on Lehigh University. IPubHshers Press! Princeton, N. J., Oct. 10. Prince ton pushed Lehigh - all over the field thi3 afternoon, worked the forward pass to perfection and almost scored at will, the final figures being 52 to 0. -The Tigers showed more familiar ity with the new rules. Stannard and Cooney at tackles played a great game. Sherridan and Troutman play ed the best game for Lehigh. Harvard Line Crossed. IPubHshers" Preasl Cambridge, Mass., Oct. 10. Har vard this afternoon defeated Bates at football, but the Crimson goal line was crossed, the score being 27 to 6. Fumbling was frequent and there was lots of punting. Whelan Hero of Game. IFubl'shers Presul Hamilton, N. Y., Oct. 10. Colgate defeated Hobart in football here to day by a score of 29 to 0. The game was fast but marked by much off side playing. It was played in the pour- ing rain and on a muddy field. Whe lan, Colgates left half back was the hero of the game. Yale by Small Score. IPubHshers Press! New Haven, Conn. Oct. 10. By fast playing of open football against the same style of game, Yale today defeated ' the Springfield training school eleven by a score of 12 to 0. The Blues made one touchdown in each half. Palladium Want Ads Pay. Don't Fail to See EARLHAM 0 Great Display OF- MEN'S, BOYS' and LADIES' Our entire east window devoted this week to show you what are the correct styles to be worn for this Fall and Winter. All styles, in cluding Hight Benders, Wing Collars, Poke Collars, Old Men's Collars, Square Points, Round Corners, In fact everything worn in collars can be found In our Collar Department. 15 cts. Two for 25 cts. $1.50 per Dozen. The Contest closes 11 p. m.y Saturday, October 13. misisEir est co. FOOTBALL RESULTS YESTER- . DAY.., ... Princeton 52; Lehigh 0. x Harvard 27; Bates 6. Yale ' 12; Springfield Training School 0. Cornell 23; Niagara 6. Brown 17; Amherst 0. Colgate 29; Hobart 0. Pennsylvania 47; Franklin &. Mar shall 6. CORNELL BEAT NIAGARA Under Dogs Make Only Score by a Mixup Over Forward Pas3 Technics Score 23 Points. fPubUsherB Prel i Ithaca, X. Y., Oct. 10. Cornell de feated Niagara 23 to 6 this afternoon in two fifteen minute halves. The visitors scored on a mixup over a for ward pass and a fifty yard run by Bo lander. Niagara played a fine ag gressive game and was beaten only by weight and superior coaching. Cor nell's scores resulted from straight football, with occasional long gains on forward pass plays. Brown Beat Amherst. IPubHshers Presal Providence, R. I., Oct. 10. Brown defeated Amherst Agricultural Col lege here this afternoon by a score of 17 to 0. The visitors were never dangerous. Brown made two touch downs in the first half and one in the second. HAS OFFER FROM DALLAS The Rink Manager in Texas Wants Clarence Jessup to Further-the Sport There. Clarence Jessup has received a flattering offer from a rink owner in Dallas, Texas, who desires his servi ces as manager there during the com ing winter. As the local rink owners also want his services, he has not as yet decided as to what he will do. Jessup has a line on a number of excellent minor league base ball play ers, which he hopes to land for Rich mond's team next year. Whether or not Richmond has League base ball next year depends largely upon the dissolving of the Central League. As several clubs are anxious to join the Ohio-Pennslyvania League it is thought that the Central will not sur vive until the beginning of next year. 85 Yards for Touchdown. Publishers Press! Philadelphia, Oct. 10. Pennsylva nia this afternoon" . easily defeated Franklin and Marshall's football team, but the visitors scored, the total being 47 to 6. Lentz, Franklin and . Mar- snars nairDacK, ran so yards lor a touchdown. Pennsylvania scored the first touchdown in less than two min utes of play. Team Will Have Work. The decree team oft Whitewater lodge of Odd Fellows will confer the initatory degree upon a class tomor row evening after which plans will be made for active rehearsals for the first degree which will be exemplified during the approaching session of the Indiana Grand Lodge. Excursion rates on the Pan Handle will be pro vided during the period of the Grand Lodge session and the degree team probably will go by this route instead of by special trolley. New Castle's Hope. New Castle people are trusting that they will have an increased sup ply of natural gas this winter. Even since the Richmond Natural Gas Company Invaded the Henry County field the New Castle people when they could forget to talk about "pian os and roses" have been roasting the local . company. Now, however, though . the wise counsel of Charley Hernly and others of the leading men the gas company will try to do a lit tle drilling itself and provide some of the comforts of a well-regulated town for the citizens thereof. our A Collar Contest To the first oerson guessing the near est number of col lars we have in our east window will be presented with one dozen collars; the next nearest one half dozen. KIBBEY & CO. Men's furnishers MADE BY -s CORLISS,. Q ' COON ffly CO. if"HRfeA THINGS REVERSED Ifl SECOND BATTLE FOR CHAMPIONSHIP (Continued from Page One. ) West Siders started a bunting rally. A bunt is a hard thing to handle in July, let alone in freezing October. As a result, the Cubs began to accu mulate on the bases. Then the ball was banged out and the funs came across the plate. 4 The Cubs played as though they actually enjoyed it. The Sox were upset. , The Cubs won the game by hard hitting, ust what they have been fam ous for all through the championship season. Altogether they drove out ten safe hits, of which three went to Harry Steinfeldt. Harry was a bit of a disappointment in the first gitce. He made up for any past misdemean ors today for he swatted the ball safely to left each one of his three first times up andthen bunted once for a sacrifice after that. No Doubt After Second. When Chance's men chased over three runs in the second inning there was no longer any doubt which team would win. ' The Sox players didn't give up, but it was rather easy to see that they were not going to be able to land on the ball. Then the Cubs put over another count in the next inning and it was the fifth frame before the Sox could count at all. sBut they stop ped with one tally and the little ray of hope soon faded away. In the sixth the Cubs landed anoth er and two came in the eighth, so then it was only a case of hurrying mat ters so that something warm could be found. The Cubs stole bases like. mad dur ing the game. If "Sully" hadn't come back to life and hurled out a couple of them at second, it is possi ble that they would have stolen the gate money before leaving. The score j Cubs. It. H. O. A. E. Hofman, cf . . .....0 1 100 Sheckard, If.. .. ...0 0 3 1 0 Schulte, rf.". 0 ,1 2 0 0 Chance, lb.. .... 2 1 12 0 0 Steinfeldt, 3b.... 1 ,3 0 2 0 Tinker, ss.. .. .: 3 2 0 3 0 Evers, 2b 1 1 4 6 1 Kling, c ..0 1 5 1 0 Reulbach, p.. .... AO' 0 0 2 0 Totals.. . . ..7 10 27 15 1 White Stockings. It. II. O. A. E. Hahn, rf ......... .0 0,0 0 0 Jones, cf.. .. .. .0 0 1 0 0 Isbell, 2b 0, 0 5 3 1 Robe, 3b 0 0 0 3 0 Donohue, lb.. .. .0 1 11 1 0 Dougherty, If.. .. .1 0 10 0 Sullivan, c 0 0 7 2 2 Tannehill, ss.. ...0 1 12 0 White, p 0 0 0 1 0 Owen, p.". .. "0 0 1. 4 0 Towne, x.. ..0 .0 0 0 0 Totals 1 2 27 ' 16 3 xBatted for White in third. Score by innings: Cubs ,0 3 1 0 0 1 0 2 0 7 White S ..0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 01 Summary Left on bases Cubs 6; Sox 5. Two base hit Kling. Sacri fice hits Sheckard, Steinfeldt, Reul bach. Stolen bases Chance 2, Evers. Double plays Sheckard to Kling; Evers to Chance. Struck out By White 1; by Owens -2; by Reulbach 3. Bases on balls Off White 2; off Reulbach 6; off Owen 3. Hit by pitched ball Rohe. Wild pitches- Reulbach, Owen. Ump-es OfLoughr lin and Johnstone. Attendance 12,- 59.5. Time of game 1:58. FOUNTAIN CITY, Fountain City, Ind., Oct,10. (Spl.) Mel vin Penny had a sale last Satur day morning east of town. Mr. Pen ney will move his family near Center ville, where has a school. Miss Bessie Taylor, who teaches school at the Jesse Brown school house, spent Sunday with Miss Myrtle Wooters. The first lecture course this winter will be next Wednesday evening, the 10th ,at the K. of P. hall. Dr. Hub bard will lecture on "Man Amongst Men." Mr. and Mrs.- Joseph Joseph John son entertained Sunday, Mr. and Mrs. C. O. Woolman and Mr. and Mrs. Dr. Huff. Frank Gardner, who has been at Richmond, is home on a visit. Mr .and Mrs. Horace Thorthmortain were called to Lynn Sunday by the dearth of a relative. New Garden will have rally day next Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Coggshall en tertained last Sunday for dinner Mr. and Mrs. Alva Study and family and Mr. and Mrs. Aca Pitts. Rev. ' Ike Hollingsworth of Lynn, preached at the Friends church last Sunday. Last Saturday evening at the home of Mr. and Mrs. George ' Brouse, oc curred the marriage of their daughter. Alpha, to Austin Pegg, of Cherry Grove. Mr. and Mrs. Pegg will live in Fountain City. Saturday afternoon at the Red Barn, was the colt show. Roily Col lins got the first prize on the ofifach horse. Charley - Coppis jpecond prize and Dude Ward on th draft horse. Artificial gas. Century 10-tf fuel. Visiting in St. Louis. Mrs. Joseph. S. Zeller of Richmond, Ind., is visiting in St. Louis, her for mer home. By a simple rule the length of the day and night at any tinje of the year may be ascertained. By doubling the time of the sun's risjtfg the length of the nieht is obtained and by doubling Wr the time of the siins the length of FUHSTOH LEAVES CUBA SATURDAY Hurries all Way from Pacific Coast to Scene of Trouble For Nought. TAFT EXPLAINS MATTER SAYS THAT f UNSTON WAS OF MUCH HELP, BUT THAT HE WAS ONLY TO SERVE TILL GEN. BELL ARRIVED. Publishers' Press! Havana, Oct. 10. Secretary of War Taft, Assistant Secretary of State Bacon, together with their wives and General Funston, will leave Ha vana on Saturday next aboard the United States Battleship Louisiana, enroute to Washington. In an interview on: the reason for General Funston's return with the party, Mr. Taft said: "General Funston was summoned on a hurry call from the Pacific coast on account of his long experience in Cuba and his knowledge of the coun try and the people. We expected that this would prove of the greatest value to us, and it has proved so, especially in the matter of securing the surren der of arms by the revolutionists. General Funston was, however, only summoned to take charge of the situ ation until General Bell could arrive. His labors are now finished and he is ready tot return to his post." MIDDLEB0R0. Middleboro, Ind., Oct. 10., (Spl.) Mrs. Robt. Hough and daughters Or pha and Inez of New Paris spent Sun day at her fathers. Joseph Cox. Mr. and3Irs. Enoch Cox are visit ing relatives here from Bryan, O. , Orville Boyd is home from Indiana; polis. Mr. and Mrs. Sam Danner, Mr, and Mrs. Ross Marine visited with. Rus sell Clark and wife Sunday. v Mr. and Mrs. Charley Little enter tained Mr. and Mrs. Charles Clark and son Frank and Mr; 'Alistris Little and family. Mhss Elona Cox entertained her friends Sunday Miss Edith Pyle and Miss Lucy McEldowny. A number of the school children are doing good work for the first month, they r received an attendance and deportment certificate from : the County Superintendent, Chas. N. Jor don. Mr. and Mrs. Enoch Cox, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Cox and Mrs. Thomas Doloph spent Tuesday at D. B. Bar ton's. s - Last Wednesday evening Mr. and Mrs. Mart Litttle of Richmond en ertained with their graphophone Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Clark of Brainerd, Minn., Mr. and Mrs. C. II. Little and Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Little. t jT rrv wft i TO! till M 50M0U Figure it out at Bentoji Heights. ing on the price of and never miss the With your lot paid fo present rent money will will find it just as easy fo Better make the start beautiful lots. Their good are sure to please evening. We are property enable you to make Dur selection a&well in the evening as during the day. Take a Fairview car to tAe end of Lots are priced at $100, $li $1.00 to $2.00 weekly secures ai When your present your own, why not let it PLAVU kNu J-LAYER3. Lillian Russell i3 appearing on tour in "Barbara's Millions," by Paul M. Potter. Joe Kane Will be the etar of "A One Horse. Town." Janet Priest is promi nent la the cast. Sarah Truax has been engaged by Charles Dillingham to play the leading role with Robert Loraine in ''Man and Superman." The West Point cadet of Ha? Ward's "Not YetJ but Soon" company will be sure to make a big bit at every appearance, Bernard Shaw will visit America in June, 1907. He will bring with him a new play, "Man and Manners.'" for Arnold Daly. Louise Closser was recently engaged for Grace George's company in Messrs. Avery Hapwood1 aud Channing Pol lock's "Clothes." Corinne is touring in "Forty-five. Min utes From Broadway." The principals of her support are Elphye Snowden, Claire Greenville, Susan Chesnell, Charles Arthur, Scott Welsh, Edwin Walters, Dan Movies, Riley Chamber lain, T. A. Davett and Master Dunn. FACTS FROM FRANCE. . There is now one public house for every eighty people in France. A great construction, to be called the Palais Philharmonlque, is to replace the .old circus in the Champs Elj-seea, Paris. The site has been ceded for fifty years to M. Astnuc by the city of Paris. The Arc de Triompbe of Paris cele' brated its one hundredth birthday on Aug. 15. Napoleon the Great ordered it to be erected after the battle of Aus terlitz in 1805, and the first stone was laid on Aug. 11, 1S0C. Burglars who recently sacked a house in Paris left notes behind them saying: "Your clock has stopped chiming. We will take it to the watchmaker." "For fear you should be robbed we are re moving your jewelry." A cheerful story is told of Diebler, the French executioner, whose salary has been cut off. A gentleman said to him, "Yours is a very, unpleasant calling, M. Diebler." The'operator of the guillotine replied: "It is indeed. Such a lot of night traveling, and I never could sleep in a railway carriage." MODES OF THE MOMENT. The long, sloping shoulder is prom ised. : Furs promise to be more fashionable and of richer quality than ever. Panel effects will play an important part in tailor made skirts, a smart fash ion being the arrangement of jjerpen dlcular straps, mitered and set on be tween the hips and knees. Blouses have actually taken a new lease of life instead of expiring, as we have been expecting them to do for the last three years, and this fall they are bobbing up serenely, more secure In their popularity than ever. A strong feature of the coming styles will be the combination of con trasting colors and of many shades. Scarcely one of the Paris models but has at least four different tones about it and not r indifferently as many as eight or ton. New Yrrrk Press. nirixt for yourselfJ Five dollarsmakes thq first , From $lpUto $2.00 weeMy thereafter the lot selcted You can paLfor a Jot on money, can t ydu ? y.'Persbn you. Comn any time on the grounds until $150 Jot ;nt o on 38-39 Colonial Building. - v WANTED. WANTED Girl to assist in dental office, call Home phone 1741. 10-2t WANTED A girl in the laundry at the Westcott Hotel. 10-3t WANTED Good girl for general housework Immediately. Small ( family, 323 Pearl street 9-3t WANTED Some washing. Phone 827. . 9-3t s WANTED Two Men that are Willing to work for good pay. 'J Apply to Golding, Palladiuin office. 3-tf WANTED Money d on D i a m- . onds. Watches, tides of value elry and all ar- Success Loan Co. Office 526' Main St Rich- mond, Ind. D prietor. E. Simmotis, Pro- 30-7t WANTED Boy at StarrPiano Co In Box Department. 23 tf FOR Richmond pn specialty. Phone 32J. tl Porterfield. K ! Block- FOR SALE Good second hand Mos ler fireproof safe. Standard Oil Co. ll-Lt FOR SALE Seven room brick, 125 South 12th street. Inquire 115 S. 11th. 11 4t eod FOR SALE Golden Gleam Stove pol ish at 2S2 Fort Wayne atenue. op posite Kramer's plaining Mill, Home phone 1507. ll-7t FOR SALE Plenty of 16-inch dry sugar tree and beach wood. Call Eureka Fence Mfg. Co., Home Phone 851, or A. J. Mullen's farm, Williamsburg pike. 10-eodtf FOR SALE 20 bushels pop corn. Call at 34 North 10th, city. 9-7t FOR SALE All household goods at a bargain at once, 38 Washington Ave. - 6-7t FOR SALE At a bargain If taken within 10 days, Modern House on West Main, owner going to "move away. See McNeill & Ketch. 5tf FOR SALE Farm of 130 acres, north of Richmond. Can be sold in two parts. For further information call Home Phone 913G. ' 10-14t FOR SALE The Eli Petty farms Coldest European Capital. St. Petersburg is the coldest capital in Europe, the temperature in winter sometimes reaching 50 degrees below zero. " . Expectation of Life.- According to the English table of ex pectation of lifctout of 1.000,000 chil dren born the survivors at the age oj sixty would be 1$'350 males and 187. 477 females, of 'whom ten years late there would be 114,370 nales and 123. 007 females, or a total ct 237.977. nAinn n WI Mffl ! 1 v will loan you money 4Lhe i rf jf U U U' y the loan. That sounds easy, hen yoahave made the start ay by visaing Benton Heights cation, fine improvements and ring theday, morning, afternoon or 8 m., and the electric lights on the the lin and up. Five dollars money will pay v two miles northeast of Hagerstown Indiana. Consi'ng of 140 acres of good first and second bottom 'land and 140 acres of good blue grass . pasture adjoining. Good road runn-, ing between the two tracts. Good : buildings. Well watered. About 1 i acres of valuable timber, oak and popular. Mr. Petty has recently de-; ceased and the heirs wlH sell this valuable real estate. VFor particu lars inquire of, M: Jr. Fox, Hagers- town, Indiana. f 7t Everybody fc b rs property rrom Woodhur&fc 9L : lain St. Telephone june5 tf FOR RENT. FOR RENT 7 room houseybotn elec tric lights and barn, nKr Main St, See Al ll. aunt. l rsUh 9th BU ll-2t FOR RENT urnished house., Modern ini s. Terms rea-' sonable. th 9th streeL 9-7 1 RENT Fur: for gentle rooms at the Granjl only. tl i FOR RENT-Twd 4 -room houses. 600 North 19th street. 10-r.t t LOST. . LOST Black, self opening umbrella ' between 8th and Main. Leave at ! Palladium office. i ; LOST Gray silk glove of left hand Leave at 2S North 10th and re--ceive reward.- 9-St, ? LOST STRAYED OR STOLEN 3 cattle, one was colored white. Noti fy A. C. Underhill and get reward. 1818 N. F., Richmond. Phone 357. 9- 3t ' LOST Black pet rabbit with white spot on nose. Return to 123 South 10th streeL 9-3t LOST Small green parrot. Reward , if returned to E. R. Thompson. East -Main street. ( 10-3t : LOST Pocket book containing 165. - 00 and two receipted bills between N. J and 8th and Main. Flnaer re turn to James Oakey, 1021 N. J street and receive J65.0Q reward. 10- 3t ' V LOSTt-A rubber tire between South 13th and Southern avenue and So. 11th and F. Please return to 732 South 8th street. . t , 10 St When baldness first makes its ap pearance the scalp Is usually, tight. The application of goose oil will loosen it and furnish food for the tissues of the skin. Bridge DnCBtr'i Cvrloas Wlh Henley bridge. In England, was de signed about 1786 by Thomas Ilay ward, who expressed the wish that be might die ere the work was commenced and that his body might be Interred under" the center pier. He died before the bridge-was completed, bnt was buried In the churchyard close by. rro he El rr&l J payment on a lot pays for it, depend these easy terms to build and your doesn't it? You and seeing these easy terms of sale down, then from for a homo of liarn Large iaoYiient 1 M is mm v, the day is jrlvrr. Use artificia as for light and heat.