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TbBsands Haie : Kidney
Trouble and Ncrer Suspect it.
How To Find Out.
' yill a bottle or common glass with your
wtfter and let it stand twenty-four hours ;
T A A.
a seuinieni or set
tling indicates an
, unhealthy con
dition of the kid
neys ; if it stains
your linen it is
evidence of kid
ney trouble ; too
frequent desire
y. vioce it Artviifl
also convincing proof that the kidney
and bladder are out of order.
What To Do.
There is comfort in the knowledge so
often expressed, that Dr. Kilmer's
Swamp-Root, the great kidney remedy,
fulfills every wish in curing rheumatism,
pain in the back, kidneys, liver, bladder
and every part of the urinary passage..
It corrects inability to hold water
and scalding pain in passing it, or bad
effects following use, of liquor, wine or
beer, and overcomes that unpleasant ne
cessity of being compelled to go often
during the day, . and to get up many
times during the night. The mild and
the extraordinary effect of Swamp-Root
is soon realized. It stands the highest
for its wonderful cures of the most dis
tressing cases. If you need a medicine
you should have the best. . Sold by drug
gists in fiftv-cent and one-dollar sizes.
You may have a sample bottle ana a
book that tells all
about it, both sent free
bv mail. Address Dr.
Kilmer & Co.. Binsr-
Vi atntftti V V When Home of Bwmp-Eoot.
writing mention this paper and don't
make any mistake, but remember the
name. Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Root, and
the address, Bingharaton, N. Y.
JESSUP WANTED
BY NEW LEAGUE
Is'Asked to Cast His. Lot With
Polo Organization , in
Ohio State.
DOHERTY ALSO WANTED
A NUMBER OF THE FORMER
WESTERN J-EAGUE STARS
HAVE ALREADY TAKEN
BERTHS IN YOUNG LEAGUE,
It Is possible that several of tre
polo stars who were members of the
Richmond champions two years ago,
will become Identified with the new
ly organized Interstate League which
includes Niles, Akron, Youngstown,
East Liverpool and Canton in Ohio
and Warren and Sharon In Pennsyl
vania. As has been already stated
Quigley, Thompson, Wallace and one
or two others of Richmond's native
sons are members of this league and
last night Clarence Jessup, captain
and goal tender of the old Richmond
Western League team received a tele
gram from Frank Wilson, owner of
the Sharon, Penn., franchise asking
him if he would play in the new
league.
Barney Doherty was also inquired
after by Wilson, who asked Jessup to
wire him that his services were also
desired. Nothing was said that
would indicate where either of the
former Richmond stars are to be plac
ed. Jessup has not decided whether
he will cast his lot with the new
league or not but will determine
soon. Jean, Hart, Higgins and sev
eral others of the Western League
aggregation have already accepted
berths..
George Bone will not play polo this
year, in all probability. In a letter
to Jessup recently, Bone stated that
he was managing a gating rink In
the armory at New Haven, Conn.,
his home, and is well satisfied with
the venture. New Haven will not
have polo this year. Barney Doherty
also is in New Haven and during the
summer has been conducting a bicy
cle repair shop. He, however, is
anxious to get in the game this year
if proper financial inducements are
offered.
MIDDLEBORO.
Middleboro, Ind., Oct. 17, (Spl.) j
Mr. and Mrs. Russel Clark, south of;
Richmond were guests of Mr. and
Mrs. Isaac Brooks Sunday. ;
Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Little enterta
ined at dinner Sunday Mr. and Mrs.
Joe Reid and family and Mr. and
Mrs. Orville Boyd and family
Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Addleman have
moved into their old home place on
the farm.
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Patty, Mr. and
Mrs. Felt of Richmond called on Sam
Danner and wife Sunday afternoon.
Mrs. Theodore Cook has been quite
sick for the past week.
Mr. Charles Clark who has been
visiting here started on Saturday t
his home at Bralnard. Minn.
Mr. and Mrs. Alistus Little and
children, Mrs. Lula Clark and sora
Frank were guests of Mr. and Mrs.'
J. S. Cook Sunday.
Mrs. C. W. Clark will spend a fewj
days this week with her sister Mrs,
Robt. Hough of New Paris. O.
George Moore's entertained rela
tives on Sunday from llollansburg,
Ohio.
"WILLIE" HOPPE DEFEATED
THE WIZARD SCHAEFER
Publishers' Pressl
New York, Oct. 17. In a long drawn
out game, in which both men played
careful billiards, ciphers being nu
merous. "Willie" Hoppe, the boy won
der tonight successfully defended his
title of champion billiardist of the
world at the 18 inch, one shot in,
balk liae game. He defeated "Jake"
Schaefer, the wizard, by a score of
600 to 472.
15F A
FISH IS VICTOR
OVER RARRIMAII
Engage In Brtter Fight for
Control of the Illinois
Central Railroad.
NEW DIRECTOR ELECTED.
' - I
FtSH IS ACCUSED OF BREAKING
A PROMISE BY HARRIMAN'S
REPRESENTATIVE . ANNUAL
REPORT OF ROAD.
tPubllBhers' PresaT
I Chicago, Oct. 17. President Fish
of the Illinois Central railroad com
pany, came out victor over E. H. Har
riman at the annual stockholders
meeting today after a- sensational
scene in which Mr. Fish was openly
and bitterly accused of violating a
promise.
The fight was over the election of a
director to fill the vacancy caused by
the recent death of W. Morton Grin
nell. Mr. Fish's candidate was James W.
Cutting of New York, while Mr. Harri
man wanted Henry W. DeForest.
It was a struggle between the Illi
nois Central and the Union Pacific
interests, according to President
Fish, who directly accuses the Harri
man interests of attempting to se
cure control of the policy of the Illi
nois Central and make it subsidary
to the interests of the Union Pacific.
Mr. Harriman himself was not at
the meeting, but was represented by
William Nelson Cromwell, the New
York attorney.
Language Became Violent.
At one point in the proceedings
the language became almost violent.
Mr. Cromwell declared that no man
of honor could divide a promise, and
called on Mr. Fish not to violate his
agreement. This was the alleged com
promise made between the Fish and
Harriman mgn at a directors meeting
in New York some time ago, when as
Cromwell asserted, Fish agreed to
support De Forest.
Mr. Fish on his fpart repudiated De
For't, sayjng he had since learned
that the latter was a director in the
Union Pacific and a man who would
throw the balance of power in favor
of that road 'and against the best in
terests of the Illinois Cenral.
The annual report of the company
showed that with a main track mi
leage of 4,374 miles, the Illinois Cen
tral has earned during the preceding
fiscal year $31,636,405 gross, with an
excess of $18,455,921 over expenses
of operation and taxes. There was de-;
ducted for interest on the funded
debt and rent of subsdary roads
$7,593,585. The net income for the
year was $10,862,339.
BEHHETT ENTERED
PLEA OF GUILTY
Admits That He Gave Lacey
Parks the Gun With Which
Elmore Was. Shot.
PARKS PLEAD NOT GUILTY
HE WAS ON THE STAND LASTj
NIGHT WHEN COURT AD i
JOURN AND WILL RESUME HIS
TESTIMONY TODAY.
The case of the State vs Laceyj
Parks and William Bennett, both coN
ored, on a charge of assault and bat-
tery with intent to kill on Ballardj
Elmore,' also colored came up in Cirf
cuit Court yesterday morning, occupw
ed the day and was adjourned until
9 o'clock this morning. The argu-.
ments will be done about ten o'clock
and the jury will probably get the!
case near noon.
When Bennett and Parks were ar
raigned yesterday morning the form
er plead guilty and the latter not
guilty. In the testimony of Bennett
he stated that his connection with the1
case was that he had borrowed the
gun with which Elmore was shot,
from Elmore's wife and then gave it
to Parks, who he stated had shot El
more and then returned the gun toj
him (Bennett) who had then return
ed it to Mrs. Elmore. i
The case was adjourned at 5:20j
o'clock and Parks who had not finish-,
ed his testima- will take the stand
the first thing tnis morning.
The court has delayed sentence on
Bennett until after the trial of Parks
is over. The jail term for such an
offence is from 2 to 14 years. It is
probable that owing to the fact of
Bennett's having turned state's evi
dence he will receive a short term.
WANTS SHAW TO REMAIN
AT HEAD OF TREASURY.
tPublishers Press!
Washington, D. C, Oct, 17. Presi
dent Roosevelt, it is reported, will
probably ask Secretary Shaw to re
main at the head of the Treasury De
partment for another year. Secretary
Shaw has more than once announced
a. definite date when he expected to
retire from the cabinet. The latest
of these pronouncements fixed the
time for the first of February. j
The President will endeavor to
again induce him to change his mind
because of the difficulty of satisfact
orily filling his place.
IS A FAVORITE
iinnniffliiiiin
MRS. VV. FORBES MORGAN, SOCIETY BEAUTY.
New York, with Its great population recruited from nearly every race on
earth, has many beautiful women. One of the number is Mrs. Wr. Forbes Mor
gan, who is a favorite in society and who is as well known in Newport, Lenox
and' Bar Harbor as she is in New York.
HAS-BEENS FIGHT
All EVEN BATTLE
Terry McGovern and Young
Corbett Met in Prize Ring
at Philadelphia.
CONSIDERED GOOD DRAW
A TELEGRAM WAS READ FROM
MANAGER AT SAN FRANCISCO
OFFERING $2Q,000 FOR FIGHT
BETWEEN WINNER AND BRITT.
IPublishers 1 r5SsJ
Philadelphia, Oct. 17 Terry Mc
Govern of Brooklyn, and Young Cor
bett of Denver, both former feather
weight champions, fought six inter
esting rounds here tonight, and" a
draw would have been a good decis
ion. Neither man had either the
speed or the punishing powers he had
when he was champion, although
both boys were badly cut about the
face at the conclusion of the bout.
Had young Corbett the strength be
hind his blows in the second and third
rounds, when he had the Brooklynite
almost out, the fight would have end
ed then and there.
Neither boy showed the wonderful
physique of years ago and were much
drawn from their hard training.
In the preliminaries Kid Heramn of
San Francisco had the better of Kid
Harris of Philadelphia after six
rounds of a sparring match.
A telegram was read from Johnny
Croffoth, of San Francisco, offering
a purse of $20,000 for the winner to
meet Jimmy Britt.
Kid Sullivan, of Washington, chal
lenged the winner.
At the conclusion of the sixth
round Corbett hooked light left to
jaw and Terry swung two hard rights
to jaw and the bell found them fight
ing in the center of the ring. Honors
were even.
It was a very good draw.
itikii i tin t turtS
Represented In :the Christian Temper
ance Convention.
Boston, Oct. 17. From far-away Ja
pan and Australia and from more than
50 other countries inbothvthe eastern
and the western hemispheres, thou
sands of women interested in temper
ance reform have come to this city tc
participate in the triennial world's
convention of the Women's Christian
Temperance union. In addition to the
business sessions many public meet
ings have been arranged at which
prominent women temperance workers
from this country and abroad will de
liver addresses. In the absence of
the president of the world's union,
Lady. Henry Somerset, the presiding
officer at the business sessions will
be Mrs. Lillian M. N. Stevens, presi
dent of the National W. C. T. U.
For Arrest of Banker.
Toronto, Ont., Oct 17. A warrant
has been issued fcr the arrest of
Charles McG-ill, late manager of the
wrecked Ontario bank. The specific
charge is i33uins false statements.
Dignity tti.it neds to carry an affida
vit to its genuineness isn't worth the
price of the seal.
Don't blame people for having silly
thoughts; anything Is better than a
vacuum.
The Ladies Aid Society of Chester,
of the M. E. church met in regular
session yesterday. At the meeting in
two weeks there will be an election of
officers. Lunch will be served.
O
Baonths
Signature
l!i8 Kind Yea Have ttwars Bcaril
SI
IN NEW YORK.
AT THE HIGH SCHOOL.
The victory of last Saturday has
not made the local boys feel that vic
tory is theirs every time just for the
asking, but . on the contrary they we
working harder than ever and when
the Steel High School lads come
here . a week from Saturday they will
find the boys ready and waiting for
them.
The High School Orchestra will
play for the Teachers Institute next
Saturday morning. "
History classes will not hold their
debates Thursday as arranged on ac
count of complications that' have
arisen. J?
The Senior girls met last night af
ter school and elected oncers of Al
pha Mu Kappa for the Jfear.
Artificial gas, the i
Century fuel.
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WANTED.
WANTED 1 Boy to help about the
restaurant, at S25 North E street.
18-3t
WANTED Traveler, either sex,' for
established well rated house. Sal
ary $12.00 per week; expenses ad
vanced; reference. Address Jos.
-Moore, Richmond. " 18 It
MALE HELP WANTED Any person
willing to distribute our samples;
$20.00 weekly. "Empire" 92 La Salle
St., Chicago, 111. lS-lt
WANTED Second hand natural gas
meter. ; Phone 45 or call 9th and
South C street. ' lS-2t
WANTED A position, as bookkeeper
or assistant, by young 'man. Call
New Phone 1836.
A'ANTED Man to take down large
shade trees soon, 225 N. 9th street.
17-2t.
WANTED Men with some exper
ience in wireing - and assembling
chandeliers. Chandelier Art Brass
Works. " 17 3t
WANTED Room and board by
young lady in private family down
town preferred. Good reference,
.Address H. F. B. 16-7L
WANTED Boarders and roomers
401 North 13th street. Light a
bath. 13-7
WANTED Boy at Starr Pian
in Box Department. .
FOR SALE.
Richmond property
Jeclalty.
Porterfleld. Kelly Bloc
one 329.
tf
FOR SALE Household goods, D So.
7th street.' Mrs. Harriett E. Page.
18-2t
FOR SALE Cheap 1 parlor lamp, 2
small gas heating stoves, 2 ladles
wraps, 1 long coat for girl about
9 years and one boy's over coat,
age 6 or 7. 418 N. 21st street.
18-3t
FOR SALE No. 9 Charter Oak cook
stove with water tank, 41 South
12th. 18-3t
FOR SALE At a bargain 5 room
house, near Main street. Good cel
lar, sewer connection &c. See Fetta
18 S. 8th street.- 18-20-dly.
FOR SALE Underwood typewriter
in good repair, with desk, 207 S.
12th street. 16 3t.
FOR SALE Farm of 120 acres six
miles southwest of Richmond
mile and half from interurban stop
at 105 V2. For further information
address A. W. Laughlin, Rural
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See the grand display of Art Vase
Lamps in the following windows: -
Zoller & Craighead, 910 Maid St
The Starr Piano Co. Wareropms, Cor. 10th and Main.
The Geo. H. Knollenberg Cd, 809 Main St v
Curme's Shoe Store, 724 Main St
Lee B. Nusbaurk 719-721 Main St
And the Palladiufn Off iccf Ninth and North A.
137t
FOR SALE The first of my
thoroughbred Scotch Collie pup
pies. Every pup pedigreed. H. M.
Elrode, 59 S. 16th. Fhone 1754.
12tf
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 At a bargain if taken
within 10 days. Modern House
West Main, owner going to mo
away. See McNeill & Ketch.Up
FOR SALE Farm of ISO acr
of Richmond. Can be solJit two
parts. For - further iyarmation
car! Home Phon!Tr8G. 'jf 10-14t
Everybody buys
perty fromj
Woodhurst. 913 Mai
Telepho:
491.
June5
FOR RENT.
FOR REt Newklrk's
bt-.jione 310, new.
FORr JfENT Seven r
rick. 125
nth 12th street.
re 115 S.
!4-4teod
tth.
'
;OR RENT-
urnished house.
prn imn
s. Terms rea-
Eonable. 32
orfh 9th street. 9-7t
Jr RENT Furnished rooms at the Grand
for gentlemen only. tt
LOST.
LOST Buggy robe Tuesday night
return to 40 North 7th street. Re
ward. 18-3t
LOST Black soft hat at Grace
church supper. Initials "11. "U. G.
E" on aluminum marker in inside
band. Return to Dr. Ewhig. 17-lt
LOST Child's tan jacket, at , Glen
Sunday afternoon. Return to 1202
N. D. street or phone 189. 17-3t,
LOST A breast pin with a chipped
diamond in the center and pearls
about the edge. Phone 1153 and get
reward.
LOST A child's gold bracelet on So.
5th street. Return to 444 South 6th
street and receive" reward. 16-3t
LOST On 10th street between Main
and South C a locket set with
pearls with initials V. T. Return
226 South 10th street. 16-3t.
LOST Gold Initial ring, bearing let
ter . "S" and studded, with chipped
diamonds. Return to the Big Store
and get reward.
FOUND.
FOUND A lady'2 purse, small
-
PramByinni
mora; -
sew srr.
Route No. 11,
W
flatf Main
fjf 16-7t
ifcfqui
A
I'M:
V
udon ..pireseiratiffl'
ypjbin)s9 ete,
amount of change. Found Sunday
morning. Call No. 302 North. ISth.
17-lt
FOUND Two keys. Call Palladium
office.
FOUND In Glen Miller Park, a poc
ket book which owner may have
by calling and Identifing at the
home of ,W. F. Klopp. Park Superintendent.
misce lJaTIco U S.
POSITIVELY n hunting on my
farm. Peter kjf Beeler, Liberty
Pike. MM 17 3t
Mo
y Loaned.
low Rates, easy terms. Thorn n-
lfetts Loan and Real Estate : Agency.
Wide Stairs, 710 Main street.
If' - 13- thu&Frl-tf
Fannmeirs'
Paper '
j HE Richmond Palla
T7 I dlum Is the only pa
per published In Rich
mond on Saturday
which reaches the people living
on the rural .route tor Sunday.
Mall for rural free delivery 1"
not delivered on Sunday, there-1
fore 8aturday morning Palla-j
dium Is the only local paper j
which Ss delivered before Mon--day.
This faot proves conclusively
the value of the Palladium as a
medium In reschlng the rural
routers. Saturday morning's
Palladium Is the only paper
they have to read on Sunday
the day they have the most
time to read.
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