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The Richmond PalladiumWednesday, November 21, 1906.
Page Five. am Wears Out the Nerves. Do you realize that pain is weakening, and exhausts your vitality? Don't you remember how completely worn out you felt after that last attack of headache, neuralgia, backache, periodical or other spell of suf fering? Is early every case of inflammation, apoplexy, paral ysis, epilepsy and insanity is directly due to the weakening influence of pain upon the brain nerves? For this reason every one who suffers from pain of any kind shoulrl not fail to eet relief as quiklv as possible. You can do this Dr. Miles' Anti-Pai taking Pills- others do. "1 have used Dr. Mil Antl-Pam they havt) Pills for years, and can never failed. I always eep them in tiie nouse, in ract J without sugar than rather be Pills. Pre always suf- vlous to usin? them I f; fered with Pick hea being In bed for thr e, sometimes nd four days. l naa tnea nearly e rthing- I ever neara or; some wou; seem to help at nrst. tut after a nort time the efTect would wear off. It is five years now since I began taking Dr. Miles .Anti-Pain Pills, and the results are as good as at flm." MRS. W. II. MARSHALL. Sopris. Colo. Dr. Miles' Antl-Paln Pills are sold by your druggist, who will guarantee that the first package will benefit. If It falls, he will return your money. 25 doses, 25 cents. Never sold in bulk. Miles Medical Co., Elkhart, Ind Victor and Edison Talking Mac and Recor Cash or on Payments. Sol RICHMOND v Talking Machine Company, Cor. Main and Eleventh St Artistically Metroolitan5! In every detail ilhe Wedding .Music Furnished In KlchmoCT exclusively by Lawrence W. ycukcr's Tet-rauq Concert Quartet t Richmond Monuircnt Co. 1 33 North Ef?fc3h St. Thone 1457 Richmond, Ind; t - CABINET MAKER : t and Repairer. Make your otd brcften furniture like new ,and vfiake new if you want it. - S. A. LOTT. 9 South 6th. Phone 1219 WM. WA Plumber and I Bicycles and Phono 1482. Essence Pomnadour! The Latest Perfuie rare In Fragrance, Deljbious and Very Lasting. Ofi and test It for Yourself. I X pleasure to show you. M I fltilnfov lourt Hou Ji ij sji J PHONE 171 I'p holster Chair CaVi Mattresses Mad ROBERT HERV 315 South ired Sth I your fi r- month and d.iii id.rfnl "Cancan. fr eatarrli and dpr'i. )u. to "l'uortu"lot 1 think a woni of nr.i. i. I Iftken numerous t 'her ao-called remedies nd that Caaearrta rt(. tint without avail and nor in a day than the others I have takes (wwiia in a y.ar. Jame ilcUune, 108 VJreer Si.. Jersey City, N. J. est for Dowels ' Cathartic , Plaaaaat. PalataM. Potent. Taste GrVod. Do Orvrxl Jferer (sicken. Weak! orUrlpe. lki2v SOrv v... win in DBic. in iUaaranteM to care I- Sterling Remedy Co., Chiaeo or N.Y. us UAL SALE, TEM ULILION BOXES Use artificial gas for llg'at and heat 10-tf i m m sn-y Did aT-T m J i nines t t a y Findrles 406 Main St. I M ft A:-- i IIILUIIIU dllU Social and Personal Mention TUESDAY CLUB MET LAST EVENING AT THE LIBRARY MRS. EDWARD COOPER WILL ENTERTAIN THE MARTHA WASHINGTON CLUB THIS AFTERNOON MRS. J. B. CRAIGHEAD ENTERTAINED AT CARDS YESTERDAY AFT ERNOON. Society Editor 'Phone 1076. The Tuesday club met last evening at the Library. Mr. Jesse Reeves read a paper, "The Trojan War of the Eleventh Century A Forecast." Pres ident Robert Kelley, of Earlham, and Mr. Jonathan Newman, led the dis tussion. The next meeting -will be n the evening of Tuesday, Novem ber 27, at the Morrisson-Reeves Li brary. Mrs. Edward Cooper will entertain the Martha Washington club this aft ernoon at her home on South 10th street. ir 45- "3f A beautiful card party of the sea son was given yesterday afternoon by Mrs. Joseph B. Craighead at her home on rsortn unn street, complimentary to Mrs. Miles Bland, MU Milton Craighead and Mrs. Rudolph Leeds. In the drawing rooms were pink chrysanthemums and ferns, the color scheme of pink and green predominat ing in all of the decorations. After the games, a luncheon was served. In the dining room was the bride's ta ble, where covers were laid for brides of a recent date. The center piece was of chrysanthemums surrounded with pink shaded candles. Seated at the table were: Mrs. Fred Carr, Mrs. Wickham Corwin, Mrs. Dudley Elmer, Mrs. Joseph Hill, Mrs. Rudolph Leeds, Mrs. Miles Bland, Mrs. Milton Craighead, Mrs. Rollan DeWeese of Dayton and the Misses June Elmer, Josephine Cates and Mary Shively, i who were recent bridesmaids. The other guests were seated at small ta bles, which were" also decorated in pink and green. There were sixty guests present. - ? Mr. and Mrs. Coil Bevington enter tained a few friends Monday evening at their home on North loth street, the occasion being their twenty-second wedding anniversary. The evening was spent socially and a dinner in five courses was served. In the cen ter of the dining table was a cluster of white chrysanthemums. Covers were laid for Rev .and Mrs. Wade, Mr. and Mrs. D. R. Ellabarger, Mr. and Mrs. Clem Gaar, Dr. and Mrs. Beving ton, of New Paris, Mrs. Charles Pier son and Miss Eva Ellis. ft The ladies of the Aid society of the First M. E. church will hold a bazaar in the Pythian Temple from the 5th to the 7th of December. Mrs. W. N. Trueblood was the host ess for a delightful meeting of the i,ftermath Society yesterday after- -B-W i - .t noon, at her nome in west menmona. Miss Alice Locke, supervisor of draw ing in the city schools, gave a most interesting talk on the "Technique of Art." The next meeting of the club will be Tuesday, Nov. 27. The following clipping from the New Castle Courier, will be of Interest to Richmond People: The marriage of Walter P. Jennings and Miss Estella Nixon, will occur on Thanksgiving day at high noon, at the home of the bride's mother, Mrs. R M. Nixon. It will be a quiet family affairand only the relatives and close friends will be present. Mr. Jen nings and Miss Nixon are among the city's best known young people, and they have the well wishes of a large circle of friends. M- Mr. and Mrs. Frank Wintersteen en tertained in honor of their twentieth weddiing anniversary Monday night, at their home on North 15th street. The guests were Mr. and Mrs. Baby Ion. Mr. and Mrs. Hewitt. Mr. and Mrs. Hiatt, Mr. and; : iMrs. Yinghng, Miss Waney of Oxfortd, O., Miss Ru by Yingling, Miss NettTe Cook, Miss Nellie Hewitt and AlisFern Schneid er. Ms " The old-fashioned Empire comb in plain shell, has once more returned to fashionable favor. Just' at present it seems to be the stylish caprice for women with blonde or light brown tresses to wear these and their side combs in dark tortoise shell. The dark haired sisterhood prefer the am ber cornbs. which show to such an advantage by force of contrast. The plain part of these combs is about two inches wide. They are most attractive when worn rather high in the hair close to the knot. Stiffness in hair dressing seems the thing to be especially avoided, an easy, atural style being preferable. The Spring Grove Sewing Circle met yesterday afternoon with Mrs. James Smith and Mrs. . Josiah White at the home of the latter in Spriing Grove. The next meeting of the so ciety will be in two weeks wth Miss Reid at her home in Spring Grove. The Modern Priscilla Club will meet this afternoon with Mrs. Wright at her home on Hunt street. Mrs. LeRoy Browne will entertain the Duplicate Whist Club this after noon at her home on boilh loth street. An old fad has been revived that will cause joy in the hearts of many. It is the dainty chiffon and lingerie col lar, with a stunning big bow of maline under the chin. Also a fish net veil worn with a small round hat is one of the latest fancies. ; Mr. and Mrs. Albert Handley enter tained at dinner Monday night at their home on East Main street. The quests were Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Chris topher, Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Hand ley, Mr. and Mrs. John Handley, Mrs. Miller, Miss Bertha Miller and Mr. Walter Miller. Mr. and Mrs. S. C. Bevington of Xouh-lSth street entertained Rev. and Mrs. Wade. Prof, and Mrs. Ella barger, Mr. and Mrs. Clem Gaar, Dr. , Bevington, wife and daughter. Mrs. C. A. Pierson and Miss Eva Ellis at six o'clock dinner Monday evening. 46- The following invitations have been received here: Yourself and ladies are cordially invited to attend a Thanksgiving dance to be given Thursday evening. November 29th Nineteen Hundred and Six at the Gem Opera House, Liberty, Indiana Dancing to begin at 8:30 sharp. Music niano and drums. L. S. Martin and Chelsea Bryant, committee. 3f il A meeting of the Domestic Science Association will be held at 2:30 Wed nesday, November 20 in the High school kitchen. Mrs. James Morri son will srive a talk on Milk for babied PERSONAL MENTION. Harry Eagan has returned to Chi cago after a short visit in the city Mrs. Rollan DeWees of Dayton is visiting Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Wescott Mrs. W. A. Sample is visiting friends in Indianapolis. Miss Mabel Porter of Muncie is visiting friends in the city. Marion Shreeves left yesterday on a business trip in the northern part of the state. Morman Marine of Fountain City was here on bthsiness yesterN,y. Mrs. William Hill is visiting friends in Spiceland for a few days. Mrs. Arch Campbell has returned from a visit at Eldorado. Fred Gennett has gone to Los An geles, Cal., ou a business trip. jy Mrs. H. D. Crocker of Spiceland was in the city yesterday the guest of friends. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Cox are visit ing in Cincinnati. Mrs. A. H. Hunt and Miss Ruby Hunt are spending the day in India napolis. A. T. Morrow has returned from Indianapolis. Miss Maude Tromer of Chicago is visiting friends in West Richmond. Mrs. Marion Thomas of 323 South 9th street who has been spending a few weeks in Philadelphia and New York is now at the home of her son in West Haven, Conn., and will be home to her family and many friends December 11, 1906. DAMES AND DAUGHTERS. Mrs. Carrie Chapman Catt has been presented at the English court. Governor Vardaman has appointed Miss Henrietta Mitchell of Jackson, Miss., as aid-de-camp on his military staff, with the rank of colonel. Mrs. Grover Cleveland, accompanied by a party of friends, recently made the ascent of Mount Washington, tak ing the rough nine mile tramp over the Crawford bridle path. Mrs. Lougworth is said to have taken to the French metropolis "an ap petite for Gnery that was apparently insatiable" 'and to have spent a small fortune on ostrich feathers. An inmate of the Home For Needy Confederate Women in Richmond, Va., Is Captain Sally L. Tompkins, the only woman who received a commission from President Davis of the Confed eracy. She was a captain of cavalry. Miss Ethel S. Walton of Skowhegan Is the only woman lawyer in the state of Maine, having been admitted to the bar a short time ago. Miss Walton re ceived much instruction from her fa ther, who is a lawyer of high reputa tion. Miss Hudy Dyer, the first woman to become a member of a political club in Oklahoma, wag elected to membership of the Checotah Democratic club re cently and made a political speech which is said to have "backed the old timers off the boards." In the later years of her life only very intimate friends knew that Lady Curzon possessed a remarkably fine singing voice or that she had been s pupil of Mme. Marchesl. People hard ly gave her the credit for hating self advertisement or for being shy, and yet she did one and was the other. CURIOUS CULLINGS- The Calcutta police are required to catch sharks in the Hoogly in their spare time. One of the amusing signs in Salem is that over a paint shop. It reads, open lhree Times a Day, ' with no further announcement of when those times are. A witness in the Willesden (England) police court while under oath said that he had to turn a customer out of his shop because he persisted In paying a bill that he did not owe. An old lady on the witness stand at Belllnzona, Switzerland, gave her age as 102. But it was ascertained on cross examination that she was 10G. She explained that she waashamed of being so old." A.n official of Tientsin, China, recent ly ordered five prisoners to pray for rain on the understanding that if it did not rain in three days they would bt executed. There was a small rainfall, so another five were told off to repeat the experiment. Argument on Demurrers. Chicago, Nov. 0. Counsel for the Standard Oil Co. and for the govern ment agreed that arguments on de murrers to the indictments recently voted against the Standard Oil Co. of Indiana shall be heard Dec. 10. Daughter of Minister Died. Washington. Nov. 20. Louise cheur, 14, daughter of Baron cheur, Belgian minister, died of monia and tyrhoid f3ver. Artificial gas, the 20th fueL 10-tf. UP M Mo Cintmr DONTWAHTSEH.TILLMAH NEGROES RAISE PROTEST Through Colored Minister the Race Always Mistreated by Southern Statesmen Objects Against Him i .... Speaking in Chicago. IPubliahers' Press Chicago, Nov. 20. Protest against the delivery of an address in Chicago by Senator Benjamin Tillman was made to Mayor Dunne by a delegation of colored citizens. Dr. A. J. Carey, pastor of Bethseda church, was the spokesman of the party, and he de clared that Senator Tillman's speech Vould destroy the harmony in this ity among colored citirens. Mayor Dunne asked the committee for data of several speeches said to have been delivered by Senator Till man and will hold a conference with people interested in the Chicago Union hospital, who were instrument al in bringing the senator to this city. The funds to be derived from the lec ture of the senator are to go to the hospital. The mayor would not discuss the matter or intimate what action he will take, if any. "I will only say," he said, "that a man who justifies lynching can not be a consistent be liever in law." WIDE EXTREMES IN THE WEATHER It Ranges from Summer Thun der Storms to Plains Clad with Snow. 80 ABOVE TO 10 BELOW UNITED STATES IS UNDERGOING A PECULIAR TURN BY THE ELE MENTS, KENTUCKY AND TEXAS BEING THE MOST AFFECTED. Publishers' PresaJ rxjuisville, Ky., Nov. 20. Persistent rainfall of the last three days culmin ated in an electrical storm and cloud burst that made the city tremble. Trees were struck by lightning, the telephone systems of the city were much disorganized and telegraph fa cilities in all directions were impair ed. Streets in many sections of the city resembled lakes, and it was im possible for pedestrians to move about without wading knee deep In water. Basements were flooded and stocks in several retail establish ments were damaged to an aggregate of about $50,000. The rainfall in Louisville since Saturday aggregates six inches; at Memphis, Tenn., 104 inches. Nearly all trains from the south arrive in Louisville from one to 16 hours late. The formation of the present dis turbance which caused 6uch wide spread damage from floods over the Ohio valley, western Tennessee and Arkansas is such as to present re remaikable contrast In temperatures east and west of the Mississippi river. To the eat of the river the tempera ture ranged from 50 to 72, while west it was mostly freezing or below. Ther mometers in Minnesota and the Dako tas registered temperatures from zero to 10 below, northern Texas 22, and New Orleans 80. Snow is reported over the Missouri valley, Kansas and Oklnhonif and 3ieet and rain in Vit? souri and a continuation of the rain over the Ohio valley, Arkansas and southward to the gulf. ' Southern suburbs of the city bore the brunt of the damage here. The streets and sidewalks resembled a lake, canoeing was a possibility and several residents brought into service improvised rafts and poled their way from their homes to a point where they could land. Many persons were forced to abandon the first floors of their dwellings until water receded. Lexington, Ky., Nov. 20. A terrific storm swept over central Kentucky and muclvvdamage is reported fr-u; various sections. Telephone and tel egraph service was badly crippled. A heavy downpour of rain fell airuost constantly since last Friday. Light ning struck the residence of J. J. Shannon during a severe elect" leal and wind storm. It is the first case on record in this section of a lightaia?: accident In November. Several street cars were put out of commissioa by lightning striking trolley wires. Hopkinsville, Ky., Nov. 20. A cloud burst here following heavy rains of two days sent Little river out of its banks flooding a large portion of the city. The damage is estimated at from $50,000 to $100,000. Many stores on Main stPfefhad from one to three feet of waHer in them. The 3-story brick building of James F. Garnett collapsed, two of the four stores in the building being wrecked For iuick Delivery 19-Ct Phone 404. Artificial gas, th th Century fuel 10-tf See how what you have Heard looks in print and get a dollar for doing it Win the news "tip" prize. Dyspepsia is America's curse. Bur dock Blood Bitters conquors dyspep sia every time. It drives out impuri ties, tones the stomach, restores per fect digestion, normel weight, and good health. f . J Mercbt JJ. e0 KEEPING PROMISE CAUSED RIS DEATH Tom Cooper, Bicyclist and Au toist, is Killed in Central Park, New York. OTHERS ARE ALSO INJURED BEFORE ENTERING CAR,' COOPER HAD GIVEN HIS WORDS TO COM- PANIONS THAT THEY WOULD TAKE THEIR FASTEST RIDE. Publishers xres New York. Nor. 20. Daniel Barka Iow of Patersoh, N. J., cot'.-m broker, who was one of the party in the auto mobile in which Tom Cooper of De troit, the bicyclist and autoiuobllisr. was killed in Ontral park, dis1 at tho hospital. Miss Ellen Lambert, an other member of the party, also was seriously Injured and not expected to live. t The fourth member of the party who gave her name as Virginia Ver non and said her home is in Jersey City, has a broken leg and is suffering from shock. It is believed she Will recover. Miss Lambert said the accident was due to Cooper suddenly turning out to avoid collision with a cab, and collid ing with a stalled automobile. Miss Lambert further said that just before they entered the car for the riae through the park Cooper remarked to his friends. "Now III give you the fastest ride of your life." Five min utes later Cooper was dead, his com panions were' lying unconscious in the park and the big machine in which they rode was a wreck. Cooper was thrown 20 feet by the collir'n and in stantly killed. CARUSO IS VERY WRAini-j Sends Messages to His King and Also to His Wife Telling Her Not to Believe All. Publishers' Pressl New York, Nov. 20. International complications may follow the arrest of Signor Caruso, the grand opera singer, Nov. 16, charged with annoy ing a woman while visiting the mon key house at the Central park zoo. The tenor sent a cablegram to King Victor Emmanuel of Italy reciting the "indignities he suffered. It is said he also sent a message to his wife, ad vising her not to be lieve all she might read about him and the esca pade at the park. Damage Suit Dismissed. Denver, Colo., Nov. 20. The de murrer of defendants in the action for $100,000 damages brought by Charles H. Moyer, president of the Western Federation of Miners against former Governor Peabody, former Ad jutant General Sherman Bell and Ad jutant General Bulkley Wells, was sustained In en opinion by Judge Lewis of United States court. 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O'Brien, in charge of the Detective Bureau of the Chicago police ' department, stating that the Chicago police Investigated in reference to James Huffman, who stole a rig from James Allen in this city two weeks" ago and they could find no record of such a man. In his letter to Bailey, O'Brien stated that there is no such place as 422 East Madison street in the city, and If Huffman had given that as his ad dress, he had misrepresented It. Supt. Bailey was disappointed that no record of the man was found in Chi cago, as he was certain Huffman had a police record iu that city. CLOTHIERS pay is all pay day will the best of save 25 season s wear ...Open Every Evening... llcse Phone 1569