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The Richmond Palladium, Sunday, October 14, 1906.
Page Two. THE BIG COLLEGES R. H. S. WINS FIRST ' GAME OF SEASON SAYS CAMPAIGN : IS IMPORTANT Don't Fail to See our Great Display A Collar Contest To the first person guessing the near est nurber 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 BATTLE YESTERDAY FROM OLD POLY E SHIFT. OF- Old Yale Pinned a 17 to 0 Local High School Lads Pile Up a Big Score on New Castle Eleven, The Quakers Shut Out Oppon ents by Close Soce of 5 to 0. Romey Furniture Company to Add Another Room for Vice President Fairbanks livers Notable Speech at Waterloo, la. MEN'S, BOYS' and Scon on the Holy Cross Eleven. Business. LAD 1 1 HARVARD WON OUT EASILY NEW RULES SATISFACTORY. DESERVED THE HONOR. TRADE GROWING RAPIDLY A GREAT CROWD PRESENT. RL AM W IS us ss HOUSES MAY M DEFEATED AMHERST AGGIES 21 TO 0 PRINCETON SHUT OUT ANNAPOLIS CORNELL DE-. FETiD BUCKNELL 5 TO 0. FfOTBALL BULLETIN. Local. Richmond High School 37; New Castle High School 0. In Indiana. Etrinam 5; Rose Poly 0. Cipauw 81; Franklin 6. W.I ash 0; III. University 0. Other Games. Swarthmore 4; Pennsylvania I Harvard 21; Amherst Aggies C Yale 17; Holy Cross 0. Princeton 5; Annapolis 0. Cornell 24; Bucknell 6. West Point 0; Colgate 0. Pennsylvania State 0; Gettysburg 0 Haverford 5; Lehigh 0. Amherst 12; Tufts 5. LaFayelte 34; Medico Chi. 0. Steelton 15; Dickinson 0. Wesleyan 0; Bowdoin 0. Colgate Academy, 4;. Sti John' Military Academy 0. Mayville College 10; University of Tennessee 0. Western Reserve University 5; Mt. Union 0. Canton High School 36; Alliance High 0. . Ohio State 52; Wittenberg 0. Media 30; Dennison 0. Case 0; Wooster 0. . . Kenton Freshmen 5; Newark High ' Lincoln High 5; Central High 0. Shaw Academy 0; University School 15. ' We.3t High 10; Glenville High 0. . Kenyon 0; Oberlin 0. Wesleyan 24; Otterbein 6. Heidelberg 9; Lima College 6. Marietta 54; Buchanan 0. Publishers Press New Haven, Conn., Oct. 13. Yale pjastered a 17 to 0 score on Holy Cross this afternoon before a good crowd composed mostly of students with the weather conditions perfect. The Yale offense was nothing to speak of. They missed their quarter back Tad Jones and their fullback Roome who were injured and unable to get In the line up. The Yale de fense wasygood and the visitors fail ed to find an opening. SWARTHMORE'S VICTORY. Philadelphia, Oct. 13. Pennsylvan ia went down to defeat this afternoon on Franklin Field, when the team from Swarthmore College played rings around the Red and Blue eleven and finally walked off with a victory by a score if 4 to 0. ANNAPOLIS PROVED STRONG. Annapolis, Md., Oct. 13. There is joy at Annapolis tonight for the game football eleven of the naval academy, held down their opponents from Princeton and while the latter won by the score of five to nothing, it was not until they had fairly overcome the Middies by sheer weight In the last half after being outplayed in the first half. WAS HOT CONTEST. West Point, N. Y. Oct. 13. In a hotly contested football game here today between West Point and Col gate, neither side scored. West Point found in Colgate the hardest problem that it has faced this sea son. CORNELL BESTS BUCKNELL. Ithaca, N. Y. Oct. 13. The heavy football team of Cornell University had no trouble in disposing of the eleven from Bucknell this afternoon, winning as they pleased duplicating last nights score of 24 points. This year however, the visitors scored tie final result being Cornell 24, Buck nell 6. Cornell played all of her" 'varsity men with the exception of O'Rourke at right guard who was replaced by Cosgrove and Jamison at quarter instead of Pollack. HAVERFORD DEFEATS LEHIGH. South Bethleham, Pa., Oct. 13. In a punting duel between the Lehigh and Haverford teams today, Haver ford came out best and by reason of this method of ground gaining and Lehigh's fumbling at critical mom ents Haverford won. by 5 to 0. SYRACUSE WON. Syracuse, X. Y., Oct. 13. Syracuse University administered a drubbing to Hamilton this afternoon, the score resulting DC to 0. . EASY FOR AMHERST. Amherst. Mass.. Oct. 13. Amherst beat Tufts this afternoon by the score of 12 to 5. The game ended with the ball in Amherst territory. A NO SCORE TIE. Middletown, Conn.. Oct. 13. Al though within striking distance of Bowdoins goal, several times Wesle yan was unable to score In the game this afternoon and the result was a no score tic. . Don't think that piles can't be cur d. Thousands of obstinate cases have een cured by Dpan's Ointment. 50 jents at any .drug store. THERE WAS PLENTY OF SPECTA- CULAR RUNNING AND NO ONE WAS HURT HALF BACK ALLI SON THE STAR. In its opening game Richmond high school football team defeated the high school team from New Cas tle on Reid Field yesterday afternoon the score being 37 to 0. The contest showed that the local high school is again regaining some lost prestige in an athletic line. The eleven which faced New Castle was composed largely of well built youngsters and there was not a streak of yellow in any of them. High school perhaps never had a better trio of backs as far as physical makeup goes. Grave and Allison at half back and Haas at full give high school a ground gain ing bunch which should win most of the games this season. Allison was the particular star in yesterday's contest, gaining more yards than all other players on both teams. He scored three touchdowns, all on long end runs. When the local team got in a tight place, Allison was invariab ly called on to advance the ball and he never failed. Don Grave showed himself to be a good captain. lie used his head well and he. himself made good gains and punted to ad vantage. The only time he tried a drop kick it was successful. The lo cal lads did not win the game on the merits of a few players however Every man in the line . played well and the ends were particularly" fast in getting downs on punts. The team should feel encouraged to go ahead, work hard and make the present sea son a successful one. The game was one sided to the ex treme. New Castle was dangerous only once and that was in the second half when , they secured the ball on high school's fumble about the ten yard line. With the small distance to gain, New Castle could not get through the local line, and Capt. Grave, when Richmond got the ball did a very wise thing and punted out of danger. The Richmond lads scor ed their first touchdown on the first down of the game, on a long run by Allison. There were no injuries and the new rules worked In a manner that was highly pleasing to the good sized crowd. Score Richmond 37; New Castle 0 Line up: New Casttle Pos. L. End R. End L. Tackle R. Tackle L. Guard R. Guard Richmond Gephart Spangler Tallant Schaefer Metzger Schewmalcer Modlin Pitman Phelps Reeps Williams I lobson Murray Pfan C. Karns C. Miller Q. Back Dingley Smith Li H. P.. Allison Guyer R. H. B. Haas W. Miller F. B. Grave Touchdowns, Allison 3; Haas 2; Grave 1. Drop kick 1. Goals, Alli son 1; Grave 1; Haas 1. Umpires Edward Wallace. Referee Tom Kaufman. Time Torrence. Traction Magnates Clash. Cleveland, Oct. 13. The Mandel baum and Pomeroy interests and the Everett-Moore interests will clash in the competitive building of a traction line from Cleveland to Columbus. Both syndicates are now planning con nections with lines already built, so that through the Cleveland & South western on one side and the Lake Shore erectric on the other, the capi tal and the metropolis of Ohio will be connected. Lines between Tiffin and Bucyrus, Shelby and Plymouth and Galion and Marion are contemplated in the general plan connecting up ex isting roads. Jones Exonerated. Columbus. O., Oct. 13. R. H. Piatt and H. H. McFadden, the special com mittee appointed by the state board of charities to investigate the charges made by James B. Tetlow. a dis charged employe, against Superinten dent Jones of the deaf and dumb in stitution, announced the following find ing: "That the charges are not sus tained: that the charges are proven false in every particular; that they were prompted by malice; that the su perintendent and employes "are to be commended for their faithful work." Not a Known Heir. Lisbon. O., Oct. 13 The estate of General J. W. Reilly, who died one year ago in Wellsville, has passed into the' hands of ex-County Clerk of Courts John S. McXutt of Salem, who takes charge cf the property on be half of the state. General Reilly was one of the foremost members of the Columbiana county bar and died leav ing an estate valued at $150,000 and not a known heir. The property un der the law escheats to the state of Ohio. . Fairbanks in Iowa. Waterloo. Ia., Oct. 13. Vice Presi dent Fairbanks spoke to a large audi ence here, formally opening the Re publican campaign in Iowa. He spoke along general lines and in behalf of the Republican Tarty. He declared that a Democratic majority in the house this, fall would meanisaster tc the country. He indorsed Governor Cummins and recommended his elec tion, paying a high cjfnpliment to the perscnaht- jvernor. - Use artificial for light and heaL 10-tf OUTPLAYED THE ROSE BOYS IN ALL DEPARTMENTS OF THE GAME CAREY WAS THE PAR TICULAR STAR. iPu'bilshers Pressl Terre Haute, Ind-5 Oct. 13 Earlham outplaye Rose Polytechnic here today and won a fiercely contested game by the score of 5 to 0. The Quakers showed up strong in ground gaining and in passing the ball with good gains on runs. Their weak point in coaching and play was in offensive work, they being ineffective in hitting the line and forcing gains in that quarter. Rose was unlucky in fum bling the ball repeatedly, and the play ers were unable to get under Earl ham's tackles. The first half was a good, steady battle for points, and un eventful beyond the scoring of the only goal by Carey. The, second half was more spirited and probably faster, but was marred by fumbling. After the kick-off the ball was worked up and down the field, when with weak ening on Earlham's defensive, Rose gained the Quaker 25 yard line where she lost the ball on a fumble. Earlham tried a fake punt and then booted the ball out of their dangerous territory. Rose was held for downs and then Earlham was held for downs Strecker, tackle, went through the Quaker tackle for 5 yards after which Earlham took a brace and held Rose for downs. Earlham then punted to Rose's 18 yard line, where Rose again fumbled. Carey, Earlham's full back, then re ceived the ball, and tore through the defensive line for the only touchdown of the game. Earlham failed to kick goal. End of first half, Earlham, 5; Rose, 0. The second half was not featured by scoring, but was considerably faster and the finer points of the teams were brought out. The one blotch on the period was the repeated fumbling which figured through the whole game! The whistle sounded with the ball on Rose's 35yard line. Score, Earlham, 5; Rose, 0. Marriage Licenses. Charles Fowler 24 years and Marie Schneck, 22 years. THE TESTIMONY Attorney General Making. Per sonal Inquiry Into The Standard Oil Case. A DECISION SOON COMING. IT WILL BE DETERMINED WHERE IN COMPANY IS VIOLATING TKC SHERMAN ANTI-TRUST ACT AS CHARGED. . 1 Washington, Oct. 13. In responsf to inquiries regarding the status c the Investigation into the affairs c the Standard Oil company, with i view to determining whether the con: pany is operating in violation of th Sherman anti-trust law, Attorney Gee eral Moody said that Messrs. Morri son and Kellosg, who were appointee some months ago as special assist ant3 to the attorney general to inve? tigate the Standard Oil methods, wen prosecuting their work with commenc' able vigor and care and had accumu lated a vast amount of testimony bear ing on the casa. This testimony wa, now being gone over by the depart meet and it was quite likely that f definite conclusion would be reache within the next few t weeks as t whether there had or had not bee:N violations of the anti-trust law. General Moody is to retire from th cabinet and resume his law practice in Boston on January 1, and it is sai that he, himself, fully intends to tak the personal responsiblity before h. retires of initiating proceedings against the Standard Oil company oi of publicly stating that in his judg ment such proceedings could not be justified by the facts obtained. It was also learned at the depart ment that the question of i whether there was a holding company in Lon don which had control of the .Man hattan Oil company, alleged to be one of the constituent organisations of the Standard Oil company, is now under investigation. It is understood, how ever, that up to this time very little, if anything, has been learned that would show any connection between the .London company and the Man hattan and the Standard Oil corpora tions. "Generally debilitated for years. Had sick headache, lceked ambition. was worn-out and all rundown. Bur dock Blood Bitters .made me a well woman." Mrs.- Chas. Freitoy, Moo sup, Conn. MOODY EXAMINES HALL'S HARDWARE STORE TO GO INTO MAKELEY'S PLACE BAR TEL TO GO INTO HALL'S OLD ROOM. R. W. Hall may soon move his hard ware store into the room recently va cated by Makeley & Harkness, and Bartel's book store will move into the room which will be vacated by Mr. Hall. The Romey Furniture Company will occupy the room vacated by Mr, Bartel. The plan has been under way for some time, and as allm the men concerned are very anxious to make the change, it is thought that the necessary arrangements will be made this week. If Mr. Hall does not move none of the other business men will make the change, but Mr. Hall stated yesterday that although he had not as yet signed the lease for the new room he thought that he would have all ar raneements made very soon. All of the merchants need large floor space. and by making the change all will be accommodated. The Romey Furniture Company, the business of which is growing, will greatly increase its stock, and to do this it will have to obtain more room When the room at present occupied by Mr. Bartel is occupied by the furniture company, the Romey Com pany will be one of the largest re tail furniture house in eastern Indi ana. , HARD HITTING WON FOR "WHITE SOX" IN GREAT CONTEST (Continued from Page One.) second double and scored on Davis's two bagger into the crowd. Pfeister then went into pitch and started by hitting Donohue." Tinkers error, gave Dougherty a life and then Dougherty and Davis worked a double steal, Davis scoring. Clinched the Game. The Cubs went out in order and then the Sox clinched the game In their half , of the fourth by tallying four runs. Walsh -walked as -a start er but was forced out by Hahn. Jones singled and Isbell tore off his third two bagger, scoring Hahn and sending Jones to third. Davis dupli cated this hit, scoring Jones and Is bell. tOverall replaced Pfeister and he immediately walked Rohe. Dono hue's double, scored Davis, but Schul- te turned Dougherty's fly into a doub le play and ended the inning. The Cubs were still going, however and made one in their half of th Inning, on Rohe's error, a base on balls, a stolen base and a wild pitch. In the sixth the Sox scored their last tally on Isbell's. fourth two bagger and Rohe's single. The Cubs came with a rush in the last half of the sixth and sent two runs in. Walsh -grew wild and af ter two men were out passed both Overall and Hofman. A failure to force Hofman at second filled the bags and then Schulte doubled scor ing Overall and Hofman. Chance went out on an infield grounder and ended the round. After Steinfeldt had doubled in the seventh, White replaced Walsh In the box and the doctor allowed . only one scratch hit and the Cubs were not able to score thereafter. The score: White Stockings. R. II. O. A. E. Hahn, rf 2 1 1 0 0 Jones, cf 1 1 1 0 0 Isbell, 2b 3 4 2 2 2 Davis, ss.. .2 2 2 9 1 Rohe, 3b.. ....0 3 0 2 U Donohue. lb.. .. .0 1 15 2 0 Dougherty, If.. .. 0 0 0 0 0 Sullivan, c. i.O 0.6- 2 0 Walsh, p .. .. ..0 0 0 2 1 White, p ."..00 0 0 0 - Totals.. .. 8 12 27 19 5 Cubs.. : R. II. O. A. E. Hofman, cf . .2 12 0 0 Sheckard, If.. .. .0 0 10 0 Schulte, rf.. .. ..t C 2 1 0 Chance, lb 0 I S 0 0 Steinfeldt, 3b .... 1 1 12 0 Tinker, ss.. .. 1 0 ' 3 2 0 Evers, 2b 0 0 1 5 0 Kling, c ...0 0 9 0 0 Reulbach, p .... 0 0 0 2 0 Pfeister, p.....O 0 0 0 Q Overall, p .. .. ..1 0 0 1 0 Moran, x .. .. ..0 0 0 0 0 Totals ...... 6 6 27 13 0 x Moran batted for Evers In ninth. Sox. . 10240100 0 S .3 0 0 1 0 2 0 0 0 6 Cubs. . Summary Two base hits Isbell 4; Rohe. Three base hits Donohue, Chance, Schulte, Steinfeldt. Base on balls Off Reulbach 2; off Walsh 4; off Overall 1; off Pfeister 1; off White 1. Stolen bases Dougherty, Davis, Tinker, Evers. Sacrifice hits Jones, Sheckard, Reulbach. Hit by pitched ball By Walsh' 1; by Pfeis ter l. Struck out By Reulbach 1; by Walsh 5; by Pfeister 1; by Overt ail 2; by White 1. Wild pitch Walsh Overall. Time, 2:40. Umpires. John stone and O Loughlin. IF DEMOCRATIC STRENGTH SHOULD BE INCREASED IT MEANS CHANGE IN NATIONAL POLICY. Publishers Press Waterloo, la., Oct. 13. An im mense, crowd , heard Vice-President Fairbanks deliver a political speech here this afternoon. Every part of the state was' represented in the gath ering and many cities sent large del egations of Republicans. The Vice President will make a number of speeches in Oklahoma next week. In his speech this afternoon he said that the present campaign was impor tant. It had more than local signifi cance because both State and nation al issues were involved and State and national officers were to be chosen.' The result, he said, would therefore have greater or less' influence upon public thoughtand upon the welfare not only of Iowa but of the entire country. "If a change is made In the control of the House of Representatives," he said, "and if the strength of the op position is increased in the - Senate, as a result of the pending election a step will, be taken toward a changei in national politics. This is the In exorable logic of the contest in which, the people are now engaged." GLEN KARN HAS BAD FIRE. Several Concerns Burned Out Yester day The Loss is Estimated at - $28,0000. The Oxer Cannfng factory, Elleman &. Polly's roller factory and a Big Four box car were entirely destroy ed by fire at Glen Kara, O., yesterday and the loss is estimated at $28,000. It is thought that the fire started in the canning factory as the watchman went to buildxa fire in the engine room. Glen Kara is a railroad sta tion on the Big Four, a mile from Hollandsburg. ROBERT PENNY IS DEAD. Was ; Highly Esteemed Citizen of County The Father of Harry L. ; Penny, Robert L. Penny, an aged and re spected resident of East German- town died yesterday. lie had been in a critical condition for several days and his death was expected, lie was 67 years of age and is survived Dy jvirs. .renny, inree sons and a daughter.- Harry L. Penny, is one of the sons. The funeral will take place Monday afternoon at 2 o'clock, from the Evangelical church. Uurial will be in the adjoining cemetery. THE KNIGHTS BEGIN TRIP START FOR NEW ORLEANS. Delegations From Richmond are Joined by Those From Several In diana Cities and Towns Hoosier dum Will be Well Represented. All was enthusiasm in the ranks of the Knights of Pythias yesterday, for those who started on their way to the great Pythian gathering at New Orleans, while those who had to stay at home, were tortured with conflicting emotions. Some were sorrowful because they could not go. Some were glad that other members of the lodge could go. Twenty five tickets had been sold over the Pennsylvania to New Or leans while the C. C. & L. sold even a greater number. Quite a number of the Knights leaving from here yes terday over the Pennsylvania were joined here by thirty members of the lodge from New Castle. The New Castle crowd had a special car of their own, while a car was added here for the Richmond, Cambridge City, and Winchester Knights. All the delegations met in Cincinnati, where special accomodations w-ill be supplyed for their trip over the Queen and Crescent Route to New Orleans. The Indiana delegation will number in the neighborhood of five hundred. Several stops will be made both on the way down and on the way back the principal one being Chattanooga, Tenn. AN HANDLE LIGHT PLANT. Though the local officials " of the Pan Handle are probably making ar rangements for the construction of the company's electric light and power house, very little information can be ascertained. It is understood that plans have been completed and that the the plant will be started within a comparatively short time. The site. al'o has been selected, it Is asserted. MADE BY CORLISS, COON & CO. 1 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 Dozn. The Contest closes 11 p. m., Saturday, October 13. KIBBEY, CO. WANTED. WANTED Second hand bicycle. In quire 3S South 9th street. 14-lt. WANTED Boy in machine shop. Call at Richmond Mfg. Co. WANTED Messenger boy. Richmond Mfg. Co. Call at WANTED Boy about 15 years old. Nicholson Printing & Mfg. Co. 14-2L WANTED Girl for general house work. Apply 131 South 15th. 13-2t WANTED Young men stenograph ers for desirable positions. Call at office of Richmond Business Col lege at once. 13-tf WANTED Boarders and roomers at 401 North 13th street. Light and bath. 13-7L WANTED Book-keeper In office man ufacturing plant. Must have general office experience. ; Steady position to right, party. Give full Information regarding experience, age, habits salary desired, etc. Address j. E. L, care Palladium. : 13-3t. , WANTED To ' rent farm 123 to 200 acres, for winter with option 4)1 purchase. Must be within six rofles of Richmond. Address C care Palladium. WANTED Boy " at Starr in Box Department. FOR SAL Richmond property a specialty. Porterfleld. Kelly Block. Phon 329. t! FOR SALE Cheap home with seven rooms, electric light, $1500; $350 down, balance $20 a month, 514 N. 16th1 street 14-lt. FOR SALE Second hand base burn er, 421 Noith 13th street. 14-7t. FOR SALE For $175.00 a pleasant clean, facinatlng business, netting from $150.00 to $225.00 per month. Suitable for lady or gentlemen. Why work for others when you can have a business for yourself, give yourself a chance to prosper. Write M. II. care of Palladium. 14-lt FOR SALE Farm of 120 acres six miles southwest of Richmond mile and half from Interurban stop at 105. For further information address A. W. Laughlin, Rural Route No. 11. 13 7t FOR SALE Six hole range, 48 Ft. Wayne ave. 12-Ct FOR SALE The first of my thoroughbred Scotch Collie pup pies. Every pup pedigreed. II. M. Sensational Divorce Suit. Hamilton, O., Oct. 13. A divorce pe tition was filed by Henry Snow, a merchant, against his wife, Mabel Snow, in which he named Dr. C. H. Sater, a prominent physician. Snow charges that his wife has fled from Hamilton, taking the deed to their home, diamonds worth $1500 and everything of value that sirs could se cure. He also charges that Dr. Sater Is missing from his home. He asks custody of his son, now in college, and was granted an injunction pre venting the sale of his house. commissioner Resigns. New York, Oct, 13. John McGaw Woodbury resigned as commissioner of the street cleaning department of this- city. The resignation was ac cepted by Mayor McClellair In his letter of resignation Mr. Woodbury said that owing to thjf insistence of the mayor to "inject, politics into my department," it has become "no longer possible for me to administer the of fice with a decent regard for the pub lic service or consistently with the maintenance of my self-respect-" Won Bet, Lost Life. Toungstown, C Oct. 13.- On a bet of $1 that he could drink a quart of whisky Marallo Delliru won, drinking the contents of a quart bottle, but he died"' a few hours afterwards. All In volved were Italians. . 11 M. Jt-Zt. PJkno Co 23 tf Elrode, 59 S. 16th. 12tf Phone 1754. FOR SALE Golden Gleam Stove pol ish at 282 Fort Wayne avenue, 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., Hom Phone 851, or A. J. Mullen's farm, Williamsburg pike. 10-eodtl FOR SALE 20 bushela pop corn. Call at 34 North 10th, city. 9-7t FOR SALE All . household goods at a bargain at once, 38 Washingtan Ave. C-7t FOR SALE At . a bargain if taken within 10 days. Modern House on West Main, owner going to movo away. See McNeill &, Ketch. 5tf FOR SALE Farm of 130 ac-?s, north of Richmond. Can Lo sold jn two parts. For further Information call Home Jfhone 91 3G. 10-14t EveryboM' buys property trov Woodhurtlr 913 Main , St TelephoLd 49L " jua5 ti FOR RENT. FOR RENT Furnished room with light, heat and bath, No. 121 North 10th street, j 14-2t. street, i ENT & FOR RENT gf-ven room brick, 125 South 12th Street. Inquire 115 S. 11th. ' f 144teod FOR REN Large furnished' house. ModerruTimprovements. Terms rea sonably 323 North 9th street. 9-7t . . - f - RENT-Furnished room at the Grand for gentlemen only. 1 FOR RENT Two 4 room houses. COD North 19th fctreet. " ' 10-5t v LOST. - . . LOST Somewhere between the Pan Handle and tbe C. C. & L. depots a small leather hand bag, containing a pocket book with change, $20. a ladies gold watch, a bank draft with ladies full address, and other arti cles. Please leave at Palladium of fice and get reward. 14-2t. LOST Gold Initial ring, bearing let ter "S" and studded with chipped diamonds.- Return to the Big Store and get reward. Money Loaned. Low Rates, easy terms. Thorn n- Bon's Loan and Real Estate Aeencv. Wide Stairs, 710 Main street 13- thu&Fri-tf THE DAYTON & WESTERN TRACTION CO. In effect J May 6. 1808. Subject tm chance wltlout notice. '.IAIN LINE IM AM i A M I f U IP M V 11 Rich d iM 10 6.4S .ooj and i. 'jt r tut & At 8.00 .20jnP K4t 0X7 ill. .V .-t flOjOS 18.13 K a ton Ar W.Alex -Uayton " F.05e.! SO; hour ,0O turn Kj.oojuntU NEW PAR 10 BRANCH (JTH ROUGH SERVICE ) Leave Rllhmond for New Parla, 5:60. C:. 8:20. 9:20. 10:00. 11:20. a. xd, 12120. 1:20. 2:20. 3:00. 4:20, 5:20, 6:2C 7:20. 8:20. 9:65 and 11:0C P. M. i Transfer at New Wxtvllie, Direct inflections ac Dayton wltl "Lima Li ted" trains for roy. Piqnc and Li leaving Richmond at 5: SO, 9:00. 12: a. m, and 2:00 p. m. CoNN ON3 At Zaton with P- C C. 4b pt. L. for points north and south. Af West Alexandria with Cin cinnati NertLern K. R. tor joints north and south, . At Dayton with elec tric lines diverging for Troy. Piqtu Sidney. Liaia, Xenla, Springfield. Co 1 embus, Hamilton and Cincinnati. Through rates, through tickets to all points. iFor further information call Home Fhove 269. Arrangements for parties. special cars, etc, csdl phone or write C. O. BAKER, G. CF. and P AV West Alex- anoxia, u. IIAQTIN SWISHER, AfenL mm -1 C3 Ecn