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The Richmond Palladium. Friday, November 30, 1906.
Page Five. 4,11 GIVE SCHMITZ J ROYAL WELCOME Mayor of San Francisco Re turns to His Own to Face His Accusers. MAKES A FINE DEFENSE DECLARES HE IS NEITHER A PHYSICAL- OR MORAL COW ARD AND WANTS NOR WILL GIVE QUARTER. Publishers' Press. San Fraao.oco, Soy. 29. Mayor Eu- xene E. Schmitz, who cut short bis European trip to return home to face the chiti gc of extortion and graft in office, of which he was indicted by the srand jury dining his absence, was warmly welcomed when he arrived iio-re. Hl3 tiain was fire hours late. There were 4,000 people, among hem many women, waiting in Dream- and pavilion with remarkable pi ience for the mayor's arrival. Ovor 1,000 people could not gain entuxn-: o the pavilion and stood for several hours in the street to eet a. elimn pf the mayor, who returned under ar rest and formally In the custody of i deputy anenn, wno served a war ant on him when he reached Truckee, "al. At the ferry about 800 persons headed by a reception committee fathered to welcome the mayor, but la hour after hour passed and the mayor's train was announced as being ater and later, the chill wind drove post of the crowd home until it Swindled to the reception committee Vnd about 200 persons. When the mayor arrived he was Iriven to the pavilion. The arrangement for his reception kas in the hands of a committee of 00 merchants, business men and trominent union labor leaders, of hich Fred L. Mathies was chairman. Speeches were made by the Rev. Peter C. York?. Samuel L. Shortrldge nd others, interspersed with music by a Dana to entertain ana noia me rowd until the mayor arrived.. In a speech occupying ovor an hour Xev. Yorke ..made no defense or schmitz, but - confined himself to de louncin Rnd"lrh Sprecklws, the iress of San Francisco, the grand Jury nd the attack on the mayor during lis absence. He made an impassion a" plea for fair play, and attributed he attack on Mayor Schmitz's admin istration to a carefully planned effort o disrupt and ruin the labor organiza tions of this city. As Major Schmltz entered the pa- ilion the entire audience rose te' its feet and cheered four minutes. In a oice choked 'with emotion Mayor chmitz spoke In part as follows: "I an hardly express In words how rateful I feel in receiving such a re- eption after being so maligned by he worst set of newspapers that ever ursed a city. It has been said that fled from my city, but I" am here to pee my traducers. This attack, which as made a few days after I left New ork, did not surprise me. I heard of Jhe combination last Friday the com- ination between the Bulletin and the Examiner, and that Mr. Burns had aken a vacation In .Washington to ome here and get something against lie nnlon labor administration of this it. I am no physical coward, nor am a moral coward. I am here to face ly traducers and face any charges ly can bring against me. I want no uarter. and I shall give no quarter. 'Ms attack is against union labor; iey may disrupt and crush labor or anization and administration of this ity. I am no physical coward, nor am hese pap" are doing and have done till take years to set aright. Talking f vigilance committees, we will per- aps have' yet to T'si'ie one. Mr. Fred Fromme, who attends t-innna fin ni st.i-tni Qf tnUn, iiwu ti men oumc uu .wuu u ou .!?- . J? v A,1-aThe guests were Mr. and Mrs. Wil-'. uS is Biieuuiug uia iuauhsgmug acation with his parents on West earl street. efore You Go When about to travel, if subject to headache, nervous ness, dizziness, or car-sickness, take one or two doses of Dr. Miles' Anti-Pain Pills before starting. They will in sure you against an attack. There are a grreat many who are sure to have headache, whenever they go to church or places of amusement, or where there is any excitement or op pression. Take them with you, and on thfc firsjr indica tion, take a tablt aofl see how quickly it will flisippear. To such persons Ln Miles' Anti Pain Pills are a great blessing. They soothe the nerves and allay irritation and excitement. Anti-rain Pi lis in our home, and find them remarkable rrmrdv tnr th Two tablets nvr fall to stop the most ver ha4arhe, but one Is usually sufficient. By takinr a Pain PU1 before groin out to places of amusement, we tind we do not have those distresslnr headaches that for merly com with every litUe excite ment." MI3SES MART AND EI.I.A WIE XAND. 1323 So. 12tn St.. Springfield, JUlInols. or. Miles' Anti-Pain Pills are sold by our druoalat. who will auarantee that he first oackaaa will benefit. if i If a lis, he will return your money. 25 doses, 25 cents. Never sold in bulk. Miles Medical Co Elkhart-Ind Social and Personal Mention WEDDING OF MR. HENRY J. POHLMEYER AND MISS ELIZABETH HAYES TOOK PLACE AT ST. MARY'S CHURCHFAMILY DINNERS PRINCIPAL FEATURE 5," YESTERDAY'S SOCIAL WHIRI MRS. KOLP HAS PLEAS ANT EVENING WITH HER DANCING CLASS. Society Editor 'Phone 1076. A beautiful wedding of the season was that of Mr. Henry J. Pohlmeyer and MiB3 Elizabeth Hayes which took place yesterday morning at 8 o'clock at St. Mary's church. The ceremony was performed by the Rev. J. F. Mat tingly who was assisted by the Rev. F. A. Roell, the Rev. John Stanton, of New Albany, the Rev. Hoffman of St. Mary's, the Rev. Halpin, of Eaton and the Rev. Gadlage. The church was beautifully decorated in green and white, the altars being banked with palms and ferns in the midst of which were white chrysanthemums, carnations and American Beauty ros es. The maid or honor was Miss An na Golden and the best man was Dr. F. P. Boesche. The bride was exquis itely gowned In a blue velvet coat suit with a waist of Irish point, and large picture hat of blue velvet. The maid of honor wo'e a handsome gown of gray velvet with hat and gloves of blue. After the wedding cer emony ka breakfast was served at the Westcott. The table was charmingly arranged with roses, carnations and ferns. Covers were laid for the bride and bridegroom, Mr. and Mrs. Folger Wilson, Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Wil son, Miss Anna uoiaen. ur. r. i'. Boesche, Mr. William Hayes of Cadi lac, Mich., Mr. Joseph Hayes, of Grand Rapids, Mich., and Reverends Mattingly, Roell, Gadlage, Hoffman, Stanton and Halpin. Mr. and Mrs. Pohlmeyer left for an extended wed ding trip through the west. On their return they will be at home at 106 South 14th street.. Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Hill enter tained at dinner yesterday at noon at their home on South 13th street. The guests were Mrs. Tacey Hill, Mr. and Mrs. T, J. Ferguson, Mr. and Mrs. George Dilks, Jr., Dr. and Mrs. J. Ed- win Weller, Mr. Clem Ferguson, Miss Ann Dilks, Miss Margaret Ferguson, Harry Dilks and Master Clem Fergu- son. 3fr "9? The Misses Mary and Sarah Evans entertained with a beautifully ap pointed dinner last evening at their home in Spring Grove. Covers were laid for Mr. and Mrs. George Dilks, Mr. and Mrs. Leander Woodard, Mr. and Mrs. Isaac Woodard, of Sabina, Ohio, and Miss Sarah Hussey. Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Fulghum of Fountain City entertained at dinner yesterday at noon. Among the guests raay ac noon. Among me guests Mr and Mrs Andrew Hoover amiiy and Mrand Mrs. Lee Fill-, ; were and family ghum ut- .,. m. t t.-,; jfli:i, ' fully entertained at dinner yesterday at their home near Chester. The guests were Dr. Kerlin of Chicago, Mr. and Mrs. Will Kerlin and family, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Harvey of Chester, and Mr. and Mrs. Georgo Davis., . Mr. and Mrs. Ben Sharp entertain ed at dinner yesterday at their home near Fountain City. Mr. and Mrs. Edward Stedham of near Chester entertained with a din ner party yesterday among the guests were Mr. and Mrs. Rliey matt ana Miss Lena Hiatt. j Mr. and Mrs. Daniel G. Walters en tertained the following guests at din ner yesterday at their home on South 9th street: Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Col lins, Mr. and Mrs. William Kramer, Mrs. Ella Harvey, Miss Alice Harvey and Mr. George Harvey. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Unthank en- tertained at dinner yesterday at their home on Nnrth 20th street. Among j the guests were Mr. and Mrs. Henry ; Sherman and Mr. Pleasant Unthank ; of Chicago. Mr. and Mrs. Douglas Kuth enter- tained with a dinner yesterday at ,1, fini-tcMa DnH -nr, Mr Mrs i W. H. Woolley and son, Mr. and Mrs. A. II. Bell and Mi as Jennie Kuth of Progress, Ohio. . Mr. and Mrs. Edgar M. Haas enter tained with a family dinner yester day at their home on South 13th street. In the company were Mr. Ex- um Haas, of Springfield, 111., and his fiancee, Miss Edith Dougan, of Dan ville, 111., and Mr. and Mrs. Harry Smith. Mr. and Mrs. Will Earhart enter tained the following guests at dinner yesterday at their home on Xorth C street: Mr. and Mrs. M. T. Hartley and Mr. and Mrs. M. W. Earhart of Franklin, O., ,Mr. and Mrs. R. P. Lindsay and son. Harper, of Milton, Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Corwin and the Misses Juliette and Florence Corwin. Miss Earla Roney will entertain the T. C. II. Club Tuesday evening at her home on North 9th street. 4c The Young People's Society of Trinity English Lutheran church gave an entertainment and social Wednesday evening in the church par lors. The following program was giv en: Song -Young People's Chorus. Paper "Thanksgiving," Carl Ack- erman. Drill Twelve Children. Piano Duet Misses Edna Deuker and Alma Turner. Song Ruth and Carl Wickemeyer. Recitation Russell Drifmeyer. Song Mrs. Charles Igleman. Dialogue Class of Girls. Song Quartet composed of Messrs Charts Drifmeyer, Charles Igleman, Louis Staubtr and S. Druley. Mj. and Mrs. John H. Nicholson will entertain the Tourists this even ing at their home on East Main St. Following is the urogram; "Introduc tion of Christianity Olaf Trygres son," Miss Elizabeth Strickland; "In the Union of All the Protestant Churches Practicable 1f Would such a Union be of Advantage in Extend ing Christianity?" Dr. Robert Kelley and Miss Frances Robinson. Announcement has been made of the wedding of Mr. Frank Englebert and Miss Carrie Personette, which took place Wednesday at the rectory of St. Andrew's church. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Burgess enter tained with a dinner yesterday at their home South of the city in honor of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Burgess and son of Denver, Colorado. The guests were Mr. and Mrs. Harry Meek and family and Mr. and Mrs. Jessie Tur ner and family. , Mr. and Mrs. Walter Richey enter tained the members of the immedi ate family at dinner yesterday. Those present were: Mrs. Alice Richey, Mrs. Rebecca Richey, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Braxton and Mr. and Mrs. Walter Richey. ffr Mr. and Mrs. James Kerlin enter tained a party of relatives at their home north of the city yesterday. Those present were: Dr. Elijah Ker lin, of Chicago, Mr. and Mrs. William Kerlin and two sons, Mr. and Mrs. Amos Henning, Mrt George Davis, Mrs. Pearl Jordan of Hagerstown and Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Harvey. Jennings Nixon. A wedding, charming in its simplic ity and beauty, was that of Mr. Walter Pickering Jennings and Miss Estella Nixon, which took place yesterday at high noon at the home of the bride's mother in New Castle. The ceremony was performed by the Rev. Malnn, who, over thirty years ago, married both the bride's and bridegroom's pa- ! rents. The rooms were decorated in ; green and white. From the chande liers great bunches of mistletoe were suspended and over the mantles and arches were boughs of the white ber ries in the midst of their dark green foliage. Previous to and during the I ceremony a harpist from Indianapolis, played a program of beautiful bridal j airs. Thee were no ftftendants. The : bride was beautiful in a princess gown of white chiffon broadcloth. She wore a veil caught with a wreath of "range oiossoms mat were worn oy o tv , ber mother when she was a bride, and j her shoes and the handkerchief she! carried, were also of hr mother's trousseau. She carried an arm bo 0.1 ,j i Quet of white chrysanthemums. Aft er the ceremony a wedding dinner in several courses was served. In the dining room the decorations were of roses, ferns and mistletoe. In the center of the able was a mound of white roses and ferns and from the chandelier was suspended a large wedding bell of mistletoe and about tho room were great clusters of roses. Covers at the bride's table were laid for the bride and groom, Mrs. Nixon. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Jennings, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Jennings, Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Jenmngs, Mr. and Mrs. F. L. Campbell, Mr. F. P. Jennings, Mr. Will eam, Mr. u. White,' Dr. Roberts of Indianapolis, Miss Atkinson of Indian apolis and Miss Mae Nixon. The place cards were dainty little designs in white and gold with the date and the monosram on each. Mr." and Mrs. Jennings left last evening on an extended trip through the South and East. On their return , they will make their home with the bride's , mother on Main street. 1 - r -r I .urs. jenmngs- going away gown was a navy blue chiffon broadcloth with hat and gloves to match. Amone the out of town guests were Miss At- kinson and Dr. Roberts of Indianan- oils. Mrs. Will Gaar entertained with a ; charming little dinner at the West - vuiL evening in nonor or Mr. uan-i iel G. Reid and Miss Rhea Reid of ' W Vn,l- n..,. mm, ' T tions were yellow chrysanthemums. &uu weie iur. ana Mrs. tj. w.;have returned from a several days Elmer Mr. and Mrs. Rudolph Leeds, j visit with relatives near Boston. jirs. jeannetie j-eeds, Mrs. J. M. 1 Gaar, Miss June Elmer and MrN Or ville Comer. - Cards have been received here an nouncing the wedding of Mr. s Walter Kirk of Canon Ferry, Mont., and Miss Florence Butler, formerly of this city, which took place Wednesday evening at the home of the bride's mother in Evanston, 111. . 3 4f i Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Sample enter tained at dinner last evening at their home on North 13th street The table was decorated in chrysanthe mums. The place cards "were turkeys done in water color. The guests were Mr. and Mrs. P. W. Smith, Mr. and Mrs. B. B. Johnson and Mr. and Mrs. Shuman Jones -K- Mr. and Mrs. Percy Davis gave a charming dinner last evening at their home on South 17th street in honor of Mr. and Mrs. Vandervander of Ma rion. Covers were laid for Misses El la Lemon, Gertrude Hastings of Buf falo, Edith Conner of Minneapolis, Messrs. George McKone, Charles Ro ser and Dr. Chenoweth. The masque ball given by Mrs. Charlie Kolp last evening at the Pythian Temple was quite the society event of the season. The members ; of the class were en costume and presented a gay and festive scene. Little Miss Rosamond Border gave a fancy dance and rode the elephant. The Misses Elizabeth Kolp, Elizabeth Schreiber and Cornelia Border were dainty little flower girls and the agile monkey also attracted his share of attention. There were summer girls, colonial beauties and "Shy Anns" from the far Wild West and clowns and soldier boys salore. One of the A PROMINENT BRIDE j fjw V MISS PAULINE MORTON, WHO IS TO WED. Both west and east are. Interested in the announced engagement of Miss Pauline Morton, second daughter of Paul Morton, formerly secretary of the navy, to J. Hopkins Smith, Jr., of New York. Miss Morton spent many of her earlier years In Chicago. She was Introduced to Washington society two years ago. It was there that she first met Mr. Smith. Her grandfather, the late J. Sterling Morton of Nebraska, was the founder of Arbor day. most intteresting features was the ffinov rtrlll hv tho 'Tnrrtnpnp Tlrktrc" I wfth Walker Land as Captain. The music was furnished by Messrs. White and Wilson. The marriage of Col. J. A. S. Graves of Cincinnati and Mrs. Laura Hadley of this city took place yesterday morning. Judge Henry C. Fox per forming the ceremony. Col. and Mrs. Graves left immediately for Cincln- nattl where they will make their home. Col. Graves is the treasurer and purchasing agent for the C. C. & L. railroad and has many friends in the city having been located here at one time. PERSONAL MENTION. Misses Edith and Rae Chandlee of Indianapolis, spent Thanksgiving with fheir mother, Mrs. Emily Chandlee of West Richmond. Miss Rae Chandlee wiit rPmajn in th ritv fnr a fpw davu W1U remain m tne xX for a ew ds- Mr- f1"' Homer Hart oJ South 18th street, spent yesterday at Raton Charles Jameson of Indianapolis is visiting in the city, Miss Florence Davennorfc nf T)e Pauw, is spending the Thanksgiving vacation In the city. Mrs. Mary Sitlough is visiting in Indianapolis. - II. J. Hanes and Omer Whelan were at Centerville yesterday. Mrs. B. F. Wehrley is visiting at Gettysburg, O. Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Johnson are vis- iting at Eaton. i Miss Julia Cook is the guest friends in Centerville. of Paul Lewis of Earlham is spending the Thanksgiving vacation at Wil liamsburg. Miss Grace Ellmore of Cincinnati is vlsltlnS lr- ancl Alrs- tIm" lowie. ; Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Ellabarger and family, of Albany, Ind., are visiting D. R. Ellabarger and family, Mr. and Mrs. James Johnson of Eaton are visiting in the city. Mrs. W. P. O'Neal, Miss Mabel O'Neal and Master Wendell O'Neal are visiting in Covington, Ky. - Dr. J. E. Taylor has returned from Barnesville, Ohio. Mrs. Eliza Glick and Miss Myrtle Glick of Eaton, are visiting Mr. and :Mrs - Jesse Schultz. .miss JLiOis juariatt is visiung near Greensfork. the guest of Miss Lucile Mr. .and Mrs. Silas Fitzgibbons Mr. J. W. Taylor has returned to his home in Hendrysburg, O., after a visit to his mother in this city. Chas. A. Neal and wife of Logans port spent Thanksgivinig Day with friends and relatives in this city. GREENSFORK CEMETERY ASSOCIATION REPORT Greensfork, Ind., Nov. 29. (Spl) The report of Greensfork Cemetery Association for the year i3 as fol lows : Jan. 1, lfN)6 in Treasury 7.03 Feb. 5. 1906, dinner 35.50 May 29. 1906, donation 4.10 June 25, 1906, festival 60.00 Nov. 6, 1906, dinner ......... 33.96 $140.59 Expenses .. .. $ 59.25 Care of Cemetery 28.97 Expense of dinners tival Balance in treasury to You will never xjpTot Mrs. Austin's Pancakes. Afrtm supply now on hand at your grocers. A Mountarn of Gold. could not bring as much happiness to Mrs. Lucia Wilke, of Caroline, Wis., as did one 25c box of Bucklen's Arni ca Salve, when it completely ctfred a running sore on her leg, whip had tortured her 23 long years, greatest antiseptic healer of Piles, JR'ounds, and Sores. 25c at A. G- Luke & Co.'s Drug Store. Artificial gas, the 20 ntury fueL 10-tf and festi-' SS.22 djfe. . 52.37 Of THE WINTER SEASON. NO REPORT WAS MADE Elks Met Last Night, But Statement of Recent Fair Undertaking Was Postponed. Richmond lodge of Elks met in regu lar session last night, but owing to the fact that all matters connected with the recent fair are not closed up, a report of the undertaking could not be made. On next Thursday night this report will be submitted and it is pos sible that sonle action looking toward the "home project" will be taken. THE HALL OF FAME. Queen Alexandra and the Duchess of i Portland have brought before English women the cruelty they are guilty of j in wearing a Caru,0 t; flnni.todir h igrets. " the marvelous tenor, un doubtedly broke all records in curtain calls when reeeatly at a performance of "Pagliacci" at the Hamburg Stadt theater he was called out thirty-two times. Olga Samaroff, the pianist, is the on ly American .woman ever admitted to the piano classas of the Paris conserv atory. The only other American admit ted to these classes was Edward A. MacDowell, the composer. J. Pierpoat Morgan's remarkable col lection of illuminated mediaeval man uscripts is being shown to the public in the Columbia university library, New York. The collection represents a thou sand years of art of illuminating man uscripts. One of the smart old gentlemen of Augusta, Me., is George Stevens, who is eighty-three years old. A bit of work he did a few days ago was to level the gravel which was hauled up on a road by six teams, thirty-six dou ble horse loads In all. f W. L. Sclater has been appointed di rector of the museum of Colorado col- ' lege at Colorado Springs. For four years he was deputy superintendent of ; the Indian museum in Calcutta and f or j tea years was director of the South African museum at Cape Town. Henry Phipps, Carnegie's old part- ner, fitted up some valuable lots of his in Allegheny, Pa., as public play grounds and threw them open to the children. The assessors 6aid he must either deed the lots to the city or pay taxes on them. The Allegheny children have lost their playgrounds. James Hazen Hyde, former vice pres ident of the Equitable, who is living in Paris, has arranged for a debate be tween Harvard and Yale In French. He has offered a cup to the team win ning such a contest. This is one of many thing3 Hyde has done to in crease an Interest In the study of French at Harvard. Through the patriotic generosity of r. J. Coollds-e of Boston a valuable ad dition has been made to the White House collection of presidential china, consisting of four pieces of Jefferson ware which belonged to a blue and white dinner set which President Jef ferson ordered ia France. Mr. Coolidge has one of the rnot valuable private collections of old china in the United States. EDITORIAL FLINGS. That Englishman who is talking about "the joyless American face" never saw. us on pay day. Toledo Blade. A leading English physician recom mends a "silent hour in the home every uy. an impossibility in many homes. Akrjn (O.) Beacon-Journal. Sir Thorn as Upton says that Ameri can women are the est in the world. OVe had Sir Tharaas "scooped" on that information a loug time ago. Carthage Democrat. In Massachscfts a woman is raising a disturbance i?eause she found a ci gar sturiip I.i her sausage. Under the new law it shrili have been labeled, "This sausa-.e contains hlh grade Ha vana filler." C e'.-.nd Leader. A New Yrrk .n;i.tu was awarded '.Umoay at the rate ;" $3 a week. For :veu years she alij.veJ her husband pay her $32 a month. She has only . ust woke up to the fact that jibe is out jO. More attention should e paid to mathematics in giris' school!. Buffalo Express r. ,ht and heat, j Use artificial gas for 10-tf 25 WERE KILLFD III KRUPP WORKS Explosion in Great German Gun Factory Causes Great Loss of Life. PEOPLE FLEE IN PANIC TOWN OF ANNEN IS MASS OF RU INS, HOUSES BEING SCATTERED RIGHT AND LEFT BY TERRIBLE j CONCUSSION. Publishers p-ess. Dortmund, Germany, Nov. 29. It is positively known that 24 persons were killed, 96 dangerously wounded and several hundred slightly injured by the explosion in the roburit factory near Annen. The explosion occurred at 5:30 p. m. An hour earlier fire broke out In the factory, which is a part of the Krupp establishment. The fire bri gade was obliged to retire because of the danger of explosions. The neighboring Krupp factories were slightly damaged. The inhabitants of the neighbor hood fled in panic, fearing further ex plosions. The town of Annen is noth lng more than a heap of ruins. Houses were shattered right and left, and no house escaped injury. LOOKED AT A REVOLVER THEN HELD UP SALESMAN Clever Ruse of Bold Robber in Okla homa Hardware Store Proved Un successful and as a Result Proprie tor of Store May Die. Publishers' Press.J Oklahoma City, Okla., Nov. 29. W. P. Dilworth, proprietor of the Dil- worth Hardware company store here, was shot and probably fatally wound ed by a man in an attempt to rob the store. The robber escaped. A stranger entered the store and asked to see a revolver. He then ask ed for cartridges, which he put into the revolver and tuFned it on the clerk, telling him to hold up his hands and turn over the cash in the drawer. Dilworth happened in at the mo ment and was also told to hold up his hands. Thinking It a joke Dilworth laughed at him, when the man began to shoot. Two shots took effect, one in Dilworth's wrist and the other in his side. It Is believed Dilworth can not live. ENGLISH ETCHINGS. Thfrry-six policemen have jolaed the London county council special clnss for instruction In Yiddish. i The number of horses is steadily in creasing in England, notwithstanding the multiplication of motor cars. It hns been suj-gcsted in London that all of the unemployed be placed on the juries, for which service 50 cent a day is paid. A statue In Wells cathedral, Eng land, representing "The Fruit Stealer.' is almost an exact copy of the features of Sir Henry Campbell-Bannerman. The statue is caned on a capital ln the nave of the beautiful church and is about COO years old. The British confectioners are making a determined effort to secure the repeal of the suirar duty, alleging that they cannot make reasonable profits under present conditions. The prospect is not hopeful, as the government needs the revenue from the duty. FACTS FROM FRANCE. A man has been imprisoned in Paris for making his donkey helplessly drunk ln the streets. There is at present in the Mont de Piete at Tarls a necklace which Marie Therese of Austria gave to her daugh ter, Marie Antoinette. It Is In pawn for $8,000. Workmen who were digging a trench In the Rue de la VIellle Peterie. Or ! leans, France. di?overed the remains of the first statue erected to the memo ry of Joan of Arc. The monument Is 348 year old and was partly melted down for cannon balls In 1792. A French barrister, whose client bad the misfortune to be found guilty, ap pealed on the ground that during the trial a juryman was asleep. The court of cassation has held that the juryman, being asleep, was technically not pres ent during the hearing, and has quash ed the verdict and ordered a new trial. RETURNS TO "FIRST LOVE." A. F. Sutton After Making Success in Far West to Take up His Resi dence Near Dublin. A. F. Sutton, who resided in the western part of Wayne county twenty five years ago and who moved to South Dakota, taking up a large tract of government land, is to return to his "first love. He has made a suc cess of farming in the far west and wants to spendhis remaining days In Wayne county. Acorflngly he has purchased a farm rauth of Dublin-, paying a.40U easy for It Artificial g; e 20th Century fncL 10-tf. I The Palladium ntmm s Dnilsr mrr-h . a- - - week for the best piece of news "tip iped off' to it. MB r Blacls Importe know these teas to be th Fhest. One tcaspoonful makes tv ups. steep five minutes in abso .ly Botilng Water. These teas shou never be boiled. Are cold loose or In sealed pack Pacifio Tea etc by Great Atlantic & Co.. 72? Mailt. (Published by Authority of the In dia and Ceylon Commissioner.) Go to Europe Rree. 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