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The Richmond Palladium, Friday, October 26, 1906.
Page Thn BAD BREATH Forroonth t hd rrat tronhlwith my itomarh -and ul tt!l kind of niedici l'.-s. My truugug baa b?en ft.'ltj&llr a rfn vrap. hit brea'U bavii.-r A bad mlor. Tw w?k ic frind rrnim?nti--l Ccrn and after aninv Ibem I can wtliiBgly and cheerfully day tliat they have entirely cured uie. I tberef'tra let you know that I ahail recommend h-n tna'iy one anfTerinif from uch troubles." t'hai. H. ilalpuD. 1W KiTingtou bt.,N'ew York. X.Y. ffp& Best For 1 r The Bowels - Sj. can dy c atmaktic t , Plaanant. Pala'.ahlo. Potent. Tante Oood Do Good, ' Jiever Ijioketi, Weawen or iripe. 10c. Jtie. 50c. Kerer old in bilk. Th itennine. tablet stamped t'C'C. Ouarautced to cure or your njouey baek. ! Sterling Remedy Co., Chicago or N.Y. 596 MVim SiLE, TEN MILtSON BOXES AT THE THEATERS Guy Stock Co. Gennett. This afternoon the Guy Stock Co. t-:11 present the "Vampire" and at night "Caught in the Web." Both axe sensational plays" and always llease. "Prince Karl" Gennett. Vaughan Glaser, who" last season -non such golden opinions from press and public for his portrayal of the leading role in "Old. Heidelberg," is this year adding to his laurels by his appearance in "Prince Karl." Mr. Glasei is being starred this season y Walter X. Lawrence, who is also di recting the tours of Henry K. Dixey, Cyril Scott, Hilda Spoiig, Chaiiotta Neilson and Aubrey Boucicault and will appear for an engagement of one night at the Gennett Theatre on next Wednesday evening. "Way Down East" Gennett. Wm. A. Urady's production of "Way Down Kast" her&ided as the Perennial wonder" is the attraction booked at the Gennett next Monday evening and judging from the ad vance Inquiries regarding the sale of seats, the engagement promises to be exceptionally big. Vaudeville at the Phillips. Children will flock to the New Phil ips Saturday afternoon to attend the special matinee given for them, the admission on this occasion being re duced to half the regular p'ice. Man ager Murray has hit upon this p.'.-m In order that the children may have an opportunity to see the vaudeville program at a time when there is no session of schools to interfere ?nd also at a time when their parents can permit them to go, unless quite smal', upon their own responsibility. On Saturday night there will be a double performance which will enable those who are busy early in the evening to reach the theater by nine o'clock and see the second bill. Manager Mur ray lias secured a splendid bill for next week, announcement of which will be made in the Palladium to morrow. PERT PARAGRAPHS. You m:iy Ik? certain :hat separating the statesman from his pass was not a painless operation. It is not to be wondered at that the balloon is growing so popular in high life. CTtiAT s rue ovet t jt3T jwe yJ T0u,r7 r m Don't become expert in stone throw ing, for you might accidentally fall heir to a glass house. Philosophy is a very useful thins to have abut the hous, except when you need it. Figures will not lie unless, indeed, they are the kitul that have been fixed ip by the aid of the dressmaker's art. Borrowing is sorrowing, but making en unsuccessful attempt to do the same Is heartbreaking. Seeing is believing without further argument If you are looking at a gun. The f e r -v EVERY SUBSCRIBER . . CHAUFFEURS QUIT; TBUUBimiQWS Auto Drivers in New York De mand More Money and At tack Norv. Union Demon A REVOLVER WAS USED NON UNIONIST TAKES DRASTIC MEANS TO PROTECT HIS LIFE BUT NONE IS HURT POLICE CALLED OUT. New York, Oct, 23. Three hundred chauffeurs employed by the New York Transportation company, which ope ates ZZQ public electric cabs, went on strike for an increase in wages. As a. result, nearly all the cab3 remained in the company's big parage. A non union man who attempted to take out one of the ectric vehicles from the gra:e, was set on by a crowd of strik ers and dragged from his seat. He was being roughly handled when he drew a revolver and fired into the crowd. No one was hit. A big force of policomcn, who had been summoned w-hen the trouble began, arrived just after the shot was fired. They charg ed the enrvd and made two arrests. After the trouble encountered by the non-union chauffeur, it was decided not to attempt to send out any more machines without police protection. President Mead of the transportation company, said the company regards the demands of the men as unjust. CREW DRUNK British Bark, With Explosives and Liquor, Has Exciting Voyage. Victoria. B. C, Oct. 25. The Brit ish bark Don, which arrived after a belated passage from Glasgow with a general cargo, including shipments of liquors and explosives, rifles and ce ment, had an exciting voyage. The vessel was in collision with a French ship in the Irish channel soon after starting and put back to Plymouth for repairs. Then a call was made at Montevideo to land Captain Jeffries, who was ill. From there the mate, Captain Roche, took charge. Off Cape Horn, where heavy weather was en countered and the vessel was hove to and under storm sails, the crew broke into the shipment of liquor and all hands became intoxicated. They re fused to -work the ship, which lay help less, threatening to drive ashore on Horn island. A change of wind alone saved her. Final-y the captain got control by threatening to use firearms and managed to make port without any, further serious trouble. Taggart's Father MI. Wooster, O., Oct 23. The news of the serious illness of Major Elmore F. Taggart in the Philippines was a severe shock to his friends here. His father. Morrow Taggart, or Orrville, SO years of age. has been ill for sev eral days and his death is hourly ex pected. The bad news was withheld from him. Claims Self-Dsfense. Mobile, Ala., Oct. 23. Mrs. Mary Dower shot her husband, Thomas Dower, inflicting a wound in the head from which he died on the way to the hospital. She claims self-defense. FITZPATRICK PUT OUT Joe Thompson, Champion Welter Weight of the World Scores Knockout at Frisco. San Francisco, Oct. 25. Joe Thom as, champion welterweight of the world, knocked out Dick Fitzpatrick of Chicago, in the 16th round of a scheduled 20-round contest at Colma. Thomas had the class all the way and did all the work. The end came short ly after the opening cf the 16th round when Thomas landed a hard left on the jaw, staggering Fitzpatrick. The champion quickly shot over a right swing, putting his man to the floor before nine seconds. When Fitzpat rick arose he received another of the same class that put him o'it. Socialists' Demand. Paris. Oct. 25. The independent Socialists demand that the. new min istry include in its program the com pulsory nrl -r:'- r prr'kes. do . . . MADE A REPORTER A COWBOY, NO WONDER PRESIDENT STILL LOYAL Sentence of Westerner, Who it is Said Killed a Man in Self Defense is Commuted by Roosevelt Happen ed in 1901. Leavenworth, Kan., Oct. 25. Presi dent Roosevelt has commuted the sen tence of Frank Hunt, serving a 15 year term in the federal prison at Fort Leavenworth for manslaughter, and he will be released November 6. Hunt, who is the son of a wealthy cattleman of Indian Territory, shot and killed a cowboy during a round-up In 1901, in self-defense, as he alleged at the trial, when he pleaded guilty. He was convicted at Paul's Valley, I. T., May 6, 1901. Miners Asphyxiated. New Philadelphia, O., Oct. 25. The bodies of three miners were found in an entry of the James Mullen mine. No. 1, near this city, by the first shift which was just going to work. It is 6upposed that the men, all of whom were foreigners, fired a blast and then went back into the room and were overcome by gas. The Mullen mine is owned by Cleveland parties. Hazers Fined. Marietta, O., Oct. 25. The first con viction for hazing in the state of Ohio was secured in the probate court here. Bldney Colt and Clarence Tibbetts were each fined for attempting to kid nap and haze their schoolmate, Frank Bartlett, son of a -wealthy oil opera tor. Two and a Half Cent Fare. Indianapolis. Ind., Oct. 25. The Cin cinnati, Hamilton & Dayton Railroad company announced that beginning November 1 a straight fare of two and one-half cents would be charged in In diana. GREAT FOOTBALL T More Interest Centers in Chicago-Indiana Contest Than Any Other. EARLHAM VS. WITTENBERG QUAKERS SHOULD WIN AND IF NOT THERE WILL BE DISAP POINTMENT WABASH AND PURDUE CLASH. Tomorrow will be another great day in football. Perhaps to Richmond followers of the gridiron sport more interest ten ters in the Chicago-Indiana game than any other to be played in the West. Last Saturday Iurdue faced Chicago and was badly beaten. This Saturday with practically the same team, if not a stronger one than was conceded the state championship last year, the Indiana lads will face Stagg's great Chicago eleven. Much depends on the game. Indiana and Purdue do not meet this year and their showing against Chicago will serve to indicate their respective strength. Indiana can hardly be expected to beat the Maroons but she can be ex pected to make a good showing and it would not surprise followers of football if she would, score, perhaps more than once. Much depends on Bun" Hare, the great quarter back and twice captain. It will be a fight between Eckersall and him for hon ors. Not much interest attaches to the game at Springfield, Ohio, where Earlham 'meets Wittenberg. Earlham is expected to win. If she don't there will be keen disappointment. At Lafayette Purdue is working ev ery conceivable plan to get together j an eleven which will defeat Wabash tomorrow. There is no doubt that the Boiler Makers are in a bad way and the "Little Giants" should win. GAMES MORROW tos a Oflair'ls df Mews fiopp CLAIMS HE WAS ROBBED . OF SKIN Cincinnati Man Sues Promi nent Physicians on a Most Unusual Charge. $10,000 DAMAGES IS ASKED PLAINTIFF CLAIMS FORTY TWO INCHES OF EPIDERMIS WAS TA KEN FROM HIM WHEN IT SHOULD HAVE BEEN LESS. Cincinnati, O., Oct. 23. Alleging that they took more than the amount of cuticle bargained for under a skin grafting contract, William G. Doll en tered suit for $10,000, claimed as dam ages against J. S. Atkins, George A. Fackler and John C. Oliver, the latter two prominent Cincinnati physicians and surgeons. The plaintiff says that he agreed that a strip of skin one by six inches should be taken from his leg, but while he was under the influence of an anaesthetic skin was cut from both legs to the extent of 42 inches. The case grows out of an automobile accident in which Atkins was injured and it was for his benefit the skin was taken. Alleged Blackmailers. Cleveland, O., Oct. 25. Six Italians charged with attempted blackmail and accused as members of the "Black Hand," were indicted by "the grand jury. Michael Malasca, saloonkeeper, called the police to his place, saying that the men had threatened his life and demanded $500 at once. A squad of detectives was sent and arrested the men accused. AN EXPLORER'S WIFE. Pru Eva I.nnnrn, Whose Hanbnud la Xorwegla n Minister to England. Fro Eva Nansen, as she is styled in her own country, wife of Professor Fridtjof Nansen, the explorer and first Norwegian minister to the court of St James, Is known in Norway for her many talents and especially for her gifts as a singer. When Norway sep arated from Sweden there was talk of Its becoming a republic. Had that been tlio outcome she might have been the TT.U EVA NANSKN. first lady of her land, as Nansen was talked of as the possible president of the possible republic. Fru Nansen is the daughter of the late Professor Michael Sars of the Uni versity of Christiania, and she has two brothers, who are now professors In this Institution. Her mother was a sis ter of the Norwegian poet, Welhaven, whose memory is held in gTeat esteem by his countrymen. While her husband was away in the arctic regions Fru Nansen distracted her mind from thoughts of his danirer bv concert tours. Going After Ballots. County Clerk E. M. Haas will leave this morning for Indianapolis where he will receive the Stae voting tick ets which will number about 25,000 to be used in the coming election. The county ticket has been placed in the hands of the printer and will be de livered the first of the week. The average young woman of to day is busy. Beauty is only another name for health and it comes to 99 out of every 100 who take Hollister's Rocky Mountain Tea. Tea or Tablets 35 cents. A. G. Luken & Co. A GENERAL SHAKE UP POLICEMEN ARE CHANGED Ail Except One of the Eighty Five Police Captains in New York Are Given New Posts by Order of Com missioner Bingham. New York, Oct. 23. Probably the most sensational shake-up which the New York police department has ever experienced, will go into effect Fri day, when every captain except one in the five boroughs in the city will be transferred by order of Commis sioner Bingham. The conges are made "for the good of the service," the commissioner announced. The one captain left undisturbed is Captain Schlottman, who commands the Ten derloin precinct. There are S3 police captains in Greater New York. FIRE ALARM DIRECTORY riUS DISTRICT. South of Main. West of 7tJu 1-2 1st and g. O, Piano Factory, 1-3 2nd and S. B. ' 1-4 4th and f?. D. .1-5 5th and S. B. 1-6 ,5th and S. II. '1-S 7th and S. C. 1-9 7th and S. J. SECOND DISTRICT. South of Main, between 7tti JgJJUthl 2-1 Sth and Main. 2-3-8tMand S. E. . 2-4 7tlrand S. G,( 2-5 9tU and S. A. i r2-G 10th and S. C j '2-7 11th and Main. '2-S 11th and S. J. I THIRD DISTRICT! South of Main. East of llCi. 3-l lth and S. B. '3-2 IjBth and S. E. 3-4 lilth and Mairr 3-c l&th and S. C. 3-6 lfcth and 8. A. '3-7 2l0th and Mais. 5 . 3-S i5th and S. A. FOURTH DISTRICT. North pf Main, West of 10th to rites 4-1 3jd and Main, Robineott'is.skow 4-2-3fd and N. C. '4-3 City Building. 4-4 8th and N. G. 4-5 daar, Scott & Co. 4-G fco. l Hose House, NvEtP 4-7 Champion Mills. ' 4-8 10th and N. I. 4-9 $th and N. E. 4- 12-fCitv Electric Light Plant; I FIFTH DISTRICT. WesvRiehmond and Sevastopol. . 5 W 3rd and Chestnut. 5- 1 W. 3d and National Avenue. ' 5-2 W. 3d and Kinsey. 5-3 W: 3d and Richme Ajjttue. 5-4 WAlst and R. R. o-o State and Boyer. 5-6 Grant and Ridge. 5-7 Hunt and Maple. 5-8 Grant and Sheria- - 5- 9 Bridge Avenue, Paper MiTL 5-12 Earlham Collejre. SIXTH DISTRICT. North of D, East of lOtl 6- 1 Railroad Shops. ) 6-2 Hut ton's Coffin Factor 6-3 Hoosier Drill Workf : 6-4 Wayne Works. 6-5 City Mill Works. 6-8 15th and R. R. 6-7JZth and N. H. SEVENTH DISTRICTS - Between Main and North D, Of 10th.. 7 9th and N. A. 1 7-1 11th and N. B. 7-2 14th and N. C: 7-3 No. 3 Hose Hous2j 7-4 ISth and N. C. 7-5 22d and N. E. - SPECIAL .iSIGNALB 2-2-2 Patrol Call. 3-3-3 Fire Pressure, l .2-1 Fir out. 3 Fire pressure oft i $200.00 yearly income from $10.00, Stock worth. $100.00. No scheme,. con servative business propositionyard will bring full particulars West Farm Co., Lusher StreetVElkhart, Ind. f 23-2t Artificial ga Century fuel. 10-tf theh adhi Week d ffj" TRY TO Rapid changes of on the toughest constitution. The conductor passing fi inside of a trolley car of the platform hour or so in a walking against the heated. a bil O O 0 a difficulty of avoiiingcold. Scott' s Emulsion strengthens the body so that it can better withstand the danger of cold from changes of temperature. It will help you to avoid taking cold. ALL DRUGGISTS: 50c. AND St.OO. Lake Erie's Fish. It is claimed that Lake Erie pro uuces more fish to the square mile than any other body of water in the world. Soap Rubbles. In the Louvre, at Paris, there Is an Interesting oid vase of Etruscan manu facture, whose age is computed at about 2,500 years. It Is interesting as bearing a group of children in relief who are engiged in blowing soap bub bles from pipes. I n i-u Un, A unique law i.s still in force at Ftratford, in Prussian Pomerania. A paragraph of the police regulations o 1840, which is still being enacted, reads, Smoking in the streets of promenades 9t this town is positively prohibited. Violators of this law being punished by a fine, or eventually by a number o marks the fine amounts to." F"n Inflow Tin war. Paint will stick to tinware if the sur face is scratched with a piece of rough pumice stone or coarse sandpaper ami a thin vant of shellac varnish applied before the paint Is out on. Artificial gas, the 20th Century fuel. :nx c io-tf AENNE in a aw a IRA SWIS MONDAY Wm. A ' " WAY By Lotti Elaborate Presented with the Bl Equipment. Same NIGHT. OCTOBER . Brady's Special Producti( PRICES $1.00, 75c, 50c, 25c Seats ou sale at Weslcott Pharmacy, Friday morning, The New Phillips O. G. MURRAY, LESSEE AND MAN VEEK OF OCT. 22nd; 3 and 3:15 Saturdays 3, 7:45 A MISS RUBY COHEN. Overture. B KRETORE. Musical Act. C CORREGAN AND MAYES. Singers and Dancers. (The what is.) D BLAMPHLIN AND HEHR. High Class Vocalists. best Special matinee each Saturday; 10c, except to children under 5 years. -t -J J J '5-- -J 4--I 5 f -5 ? GENNETT THEATRE One Week, startine Monday Night, Oyt. 22 Matinees daily starting TUESDAY. MR. CHAS. W. MERCER PRESENTS THE FAMOl Gtxy Stock. GO BAND AN 30 Peo in Repertoire Featuring. Mr. G. and Miss Inez Mercer. Special Opening bill "My Jim." : 4 Popular Prices 10 20 30 cents. Ladies Free Monday Night under usual conditions. Seats on Sale at the Westcott Pharmacy. to r -jf : 1 XinfirvnrMir A vJpx Ik. 1 I . . . PRIZE THIS WEEK o o t t temperature hard the heated to the temperature canvi ser spending an ilding and then wind know the hone 292. Jh J RE... 29 AST as seen here fa . . Vaudevill Theatre and 9:15 p kTED SONGS. 'Cohen. IILDRF r Sketch. G PTBSCOPE. "Broken Idjl," "Soldier. nia Holdup." 4 llfor. children 5 cents. All otberfnatlnees Souvenirs Wednesday mAnee. -5- -J- -5 -t5 -iJ--!--2- iji V4 V 'J1 'S V fr "f IRA tfS SHCR. T Manager 1 Coimpa.imy..f ORCHETI e 30. irlton Guy th lented young actor 4. tnery for h play presented. MafrJia10 cents, I Bee Hive MOQHA JL JAVA GOFJEB A SPECIALTY : BEF HIVE GROCEm' alforfPs j CUT RATE . y I DRtti STORE, y Preseriptiorn Jpfomptly Fillep 2 Cor. 9th and Mainr up 0 Rambo and Grinos Golden Eat- ing Apples f"e better grown) j l New Crrestnuts just In. 1 HADLEY BROS. $ : TT THEAT7 HER, Lessee and ManafVr. y Js. R. Goimer. DrigmqlQUst and Sc eec sffsecson. ct, 2fi AflER Am.' Mm. i r-E illustfc X Miss RubJ -HEIM fVimedvaR: j i 11 II