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The Richmond Palladium, Saturday, February 23, 1907.
Page Three. DO YOU KNOW That Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription Is the only medicine sold through drujrgisU for woman's weaknesses and peculiar ail ment that does not contain large qaanti ties of alcohol? It is also the only medicine, especially prepared for the cure of the delicate diseases peculiar to women, the maker of which ia not afraid to take bis patients Into his full confidence, by print ing upon each bottle wrapper all the lngre- uraua entering into me meaicme. ask year druggist if this Is not true. "Favorite Prescription," too, is the only medicine for women, all the Ingredients of which. have the unqualified endorse ment of the leading medical writers of the several schools of practice, recommend ing them for the cure of the diseases for which the "Prescription" Is advl3ed. Write to Dr. K. V. Pierce, Buffalo, X. Y., for a free booklet, and read the numer ous extracts from standard medical au thorities praising the several Ingredients of which Dr. Pierce's medicines are made, and don't forget that no other medicines put up for sale through druggists for do mestic use can how any such profenHional endorsement. This, of itself, is of far more weight and importance than any amount of so-called "testimonials" so conspicuously flaunted before the public. In favor of the alcoholic compounds. The "Favorite Irescri ption " cures all woman's peculiar weaknesses and de rangements, thus banishing the periodical headaches, backaches, bearing-down dis tress, tenderness and draging-down sen fations in lower abdomen, accompanied by weakening and disagreeable catarrhal, pelvic drains and kindred symptom. Dr. Pierce and his staff of skilled spe cialists may be coosulted free by address ing as above. Ail correspondence is treated as sacredly confidential. Iiy con sulting in this way the disagreeable questionings and personal "examinations " are avoided. The People's Common Sense Medical Adviser contains some very interesting and valuable chapters on the diseases peculiar to women. It contains over one thousand pages. It is sent post paid, on receiptof sufficient in one-cent stamps to pay cost of mailing only, or 21 cents for a copy in flexible paper covers, or 31 cents for a cloth-bound copy. Address Dr. R.V. Ilerce as above. Dr. Pierce's Pellets regulate and Invig orate stomach, liver and bowels. One a laxative, two or three cathartic His Barometer. Be thought tba times were out of Joint: This was the reason why lie had a line of sold bricks fine. And no n came to buy. Although ha made a bargain rata. Be couldn't understand Tho reason why good men were && And left his stock on hand. Tie beard prosperity was hare ' With plenty In its mitt. But he was shy of a. supply And much he doubted It. Though men in many other line In profits took delight. He still picked flaws in things becausj The suckers would not bite. The game tfiat one time brought bin cash Kow only Drought him woe. For suckers who looked good were few And wouldn't try a throw. No wonder he was sad of heart. Forlorn and had the blues And prone t fret. lie couldn't get What seemsd his honest dues. Tls thus we gauge prosperity And call it very line When all the fish that we could wla Are dangling on our line, ( But with a long range telescope Its form we could not spy 1 suckers only came to grin And wink the other eye. Use artificial gas for light and heat 10 tf ...DOCTORS... CHENOWETH & DYKE MAN DENTISTS Masonic Tempi Cor. 9th and North A Sts. t HOURS 8 a. m. to G p. m. Evenings 7 to 8. ..new orrice.. RICHMOND PRINTING CO. lias moved frcm Ninth and Main to 1024 Main Sf. The BEST JOB PRINTING at Reasonable Prices. DICK WARPEL Both Phones: New, 1581; Old, 412. l&lcctiriciari. t $ All Kinds of Wiring t Done Reasonably $ D A Dlff pnnnr fin1 flHivprv t VERSATILE AND UNIQUE In Exclusive Ortgln&lUyls the RECEPTION MUSIC Furnished 1T Lawrence W. Deukcr's t Tct-rauq Concert Quartet I Moore & Ogborn . Write Flro and Tornado Insur ance, W will bond you. Loans from $100 to $2,500. Phona Home 1589, Bell 53 R. ROOM 16 I. O. O. F. BUILDING. Pure Maple Syrup And New York Buckwheat. HADLEY BROS. Phone 292 Kid Gloves Cleaned : Richmond Dry Cleaning Co. t Office 1024 Main St. f OJd Phone 2 New raone iai i 4 r ii . 1 - -T-f -3 MAZIE FOLLETTE AND THE THAW CASE. One of the witnesses in the Thaw murder trial is Miss Mazie Follette, i oubrette of more or less note who was well acquainted with all the principal! In the famous tragedy. Miss Follette, who was in Connecticut at the time o; the killing of Stanford White, was one of a number of persons who flocked t the office of District Attorney Jerome with stories purporting to bear upon th case. It is generally conceded that the story she told Mr. Jerome is of reu Imnortsne. ACTOR IS FOUND DEAD Frank MacVickers Picked up Near Theater in New York with Fractured Skull. Publishers Press.I New York, Feb. 22. Frank Mac VIcar3, who was playing In "Man of the Hour" at the Savoy theater, was found dead at the foot of a short flight of steps leading from the sidewalk to an areaway of the Hotel RIvolI, where he lived. His skull was fractured. It is believed his death was accidental. MacVlcars came to New York ffom California. .ynch's Threat. Publishers Press! Chicago, f"eb. 22. Warren L. Lynch, passenger traffic manager of the New York Central lines west of Buffalo, gave out an interview to the effect that if the people of Ilinois demand a 2-cent fare they would certainly get a "2-cent service." Lynch's interview was written and carefully edited be fore being made public and is looked upon as the disposition of all railroad passenger officials on the subject of 2 cent fares in the middle west. Strike Renewed. Norfolk, Va., Feb. 22. The strike of longshoremen employed on the for eign shipping viharves here was re sumed when some 200 men loading and unloading the British steamer Ilestia and the German steamer Well gundo quit work. The longshoremen insist upon an increase in wages of 5 cents per hour, making a total general pay of air-' " - - ---- Was Not Suicide. Publishers' Press-! Albuquc... .4. .co 22. W meager supply of opiates exhausted Dr. Sherwood B. Ives of New York, Who accidentally shot himself at Datil Saturday night, plunged the needle with which he was vainly probing for the bullet into a vital organ and died almost instantly. This fact was do reloped at the inquest. Ten Suspects Arrested. New York. Feb. 22. Following the irrest of Amelia Rrssell. 1, and four oung men in the pirl"s room. 'where rere found ?awn ticets for $10,X : Aorth of jevf"' the detect! res ar ested five other persons suspected oi omplicity in the robberies which lave been troubling the police of the West Side for weeks. Underground Route for Japs. Honolulu. Feb. 22. It is said that Japacse laborers in Hawaii who de cide to enter the United States pro pose to do so by going through Mexico. The most difficult thing to keep In check both in Singapore and Penang, Is gambling among Straits-born women of all classes, from the highest down ward. Frequent complaints are re ceived from husbands whose wives have lost heavily, and it is known that there are five lotteries opening more or less daily in Singapore which are almost exclusively supported by "mon- ias." Education may possibly do something to stop this vice among the Straits-born women, but it mst bo confessed that its effect In that direc tion on their husbands and brothers is but small. South China Fost. Pittsburg authorities have taken a census of the bathtubs in that city, and find that there are only eight iii the entire thirty-fourth ward. That is the mill district, running west along Carson street from the Point bridge, where twenty-five hundred people live. where five hundred men vote and where 512 school children are com pelled to grow up without the most ordinary bathing accommodations. A bill has been introduced in the Cal ifornia legislature providing that every spool of thread, silk, cotton, wool, etc., sold shall be marked with its exact length. A fine of $20 is provided for violation of the law, $10 to go to the informer. Bern the ina Kminm Ka A.wts Bcs?t Signs', ore FIGHTING LOW FARE LAW Railroad Officials of Missouri Meet and Discuss the Two Cent Rate. .'Publishers Press.J f?t. Liouiti, A meeting rep- resentingseveral railroads in Missouri was held with the view of Instituting concentrated action against the new 2-cent rate law passed by the legisla ture. No definite course was agreed on owing to the absence of repre sentatives of several roads and the meeting resolved itself into an in formal discussion of the effect, the new law will probably liave on passen ger service generally. It was stated it was likely a conference of presi dents and general counsels of the va rious roads in Missouri will be called at an early day and a plan of action will be outlined. Fire at Cleveland. IPubllsheru Press CJevelanu, Feb. 22. Starting prob ably from an overheated flue, fire in the Standard Lighting company branch of he American Stove com pany endangered many lives and did $150,000 damage. An area 300 feet square was swept. Legislator Has Smallpox. Jefferson City, Mo., Feb. 22. Rep resentative M. J. Salts of Phelps county, was taken down with small pox while in his seat on the floor of the house. Much commotion ensued aong the other members. Lover Arrested. Publishers Press. J Columbus, u., Feb. 22. Jesse "Wal ker, a barber, was arrested on a charge rf murdering Effie Mason, alias May Johnson, who was found dead at her rooms. He took his arrest cooly. Jealousy is the supposed motive. Bachtel Convicted. Lisbon, O., Feb. 22. A verdict of luilty was returned by the jury in .he case of Corwin D. Bachtel, cashler 5f the now defunct Canton State Na tional bank. Cut His Own Throat. Publishers Press! Columbus, -w.-.. Feb. 22. . C. Shu feldt of Buffalo, N. Y traveling for a Cleveland firm, is lying in a. Columbus hospital in a serious condition from self-inflicted wounds. Shufeldt, while at the Chittenden hotel, cut his throat with a razor. Physicians say he has a chance to recover. His act Is at tributed to nervous prostration fol lowing an attack of srip. Cotton Burned, Publishers Preea Hillsboro, Tex.. Feb. 22. Fire that originated in the sheds of the Hills boro Cotton Oil company caused a total loss of $135,000 to that concern and the Missouri, Kansas and Texas rc-road. Six carloads of cotton standing on the railroad tracks were burned. Mrs. May's Sentence Ten Years. Washington, Feb. 22. Mrs. Jennie L. May, recently convicted of assault with intent to kill Lucien Conen, a member of the United States Marine band, was sentenced to 10 years in the Monndsville, V. Ya.. The redoubtable enterprise of climb ing Mont Blanc in midwinter has just been successfully carried out. The ! climber is an artist-photographer, of ; unamounix m. Max Wilmann. The ' climb took two days and nights. With '. M. Yv"illniann were two guides. During j all three, days the weather was arctic in point of the cold, but otherwise splendid. A curious vulrine raid was witness. ;ed on Sunday on the Maaor Farm, torsion, near xuaimesDury. A num ber of unsuspecting fowls were feeding quietly .in one of the fields when a band of five foxes appeared. Heading for the fowls, they each plefeed out one of the unfortunate? birds and made oft, carrying their prey with them. Loo don Duilr MaiL I BAD STATE OF MENTAL COLLAPSE Mrs. Flora McDonald, Who Killed Webster Guerin, is Temporarily Insane. WAS ENAMORED OF MAN SHOOTING WAS THE RESULT OF HIS DECLARATION THAT THEIR REL-IONS MUST CEASE WITH- OUT DELAY. Publishers' Press! Chicago, rlo. 2Z. With her mini almost completely wrecked, Mrs Flora McDonald,- who '3 accused o having 6hot and killed Webster S Guerin, was removed to the Harriso: street police station where her hus band, Michael C. McDonald, sp:n many hours with her. At the polic Btation h?r condition became grar! nally worse, nd she could neitht recognize Macdonald nor others' wt.! questioned her earlier in the day. Bromides and hypodermic injection; were given her almost every hour, bu she could not be quieted. She talker In a rambliug and disconnected ma ner, and little was obtained from he concerning the motive for the traged Mrs. McDonald's explanation to tbf police was exploded by the statf ments of her husband. Mrs. Mc Donald declared that Guerin wa levying blackmail on her and that rc peatedly he obtained sums from he on threats of exposure. This explan ation was contradicted by McDonald who said he never gave nis wife larg sums of money, the sums practicall: having been sufficient for the needs ol the household or well defined need, of a woman. Statements from Guerin's relatives seem to place a different light on.th? tragedy. They declared that since Guerin was a boy in school, Mrs. Mc Donald was enamored of him and thai she continued . her attentions even after he used every influence to break his relations with her. It was said Guerin recently became engaged to marry a West Side woman. This situation was considered slg nlficaat, inasmuch as it may have meant that he served notice on Mrs. McDonald that their relations must cease. MISSING BANKER IS FOUND K Had Made a Bluff to His Wife fct He Intended to Kill Himself. f Publishers Press. I Armnore, i. ., Feb. 22. Ed Knight, the banker, who was suspected of hav ing committed suicide last November at Marietta by drowning in the Red river, was arrested at Stamford, Tex., on a charge of embezzlement. Knight left a package of clothes on the ban': of the river and a note to his wife stating that business reverses caused him to do the deed. Chinese Bar in Philippines. Washington, Feb. 22. Secretary Taft and the Chinese minister here had a conference respecting the ap plication of Chinese exclusion laws to "the Philippines. The Philippine commision will follow the rule In this country and exclude Chinese actors from the islands on the ground of Immorality. Major Richards Dead. Publishers' Press.5 Washington, Feb. 22. Major A2 marin C. Richards, a former superin tendent of police in this city, died at Eustis, Fla., where he went about 12 years ago, after the death of his wife. His body will be brought to Washington for interment. Richards was a native of Ohio, and came to Washington, with his brother, Zalmon Richards, in 1S5S. The latter was many years superintendent of the public schools of Washington and was the first president of the National Teachers' association. He was also auditor of the citv. Canadian Paper Burned Out. Publishers Press. Quebec, . bu. f& The bunding and plant of the Daily Telegraph was cm pletely destroyed by fire. All of the English printing for the provincid legislature was burned. Loss $100, 000; insurance $38,000. ' Police Act Sustained. Indianapolis, Ind., Feb. 22. The In diana supreme court decided tha the Metropolitan police law is consti tutional and was not repealed by the cities and town3 act passed two years ago. Poison in Sugar. Publishers Press. Steuben ... George M. and Bernard Briscoe, drillers in tae Mclntyre oil field, were mysteriously poisoned and tfcey are fatally ill. Tha sugar they used as found to contain traces of poison. It is thought that it was put in their sugar by parties who broke Into their Ehanty. Three Shot. Newark, N. J-, Feb. 22. In a frenzy of anger because his wife had accused him of being a bigamist, William Krueger shot and killed her, seriously wounded Mrs. Sebina Boice, the wire of his adopted son. and then shot him self. He probably wfh die, but Mrs. Boice will recover. A tissue builder, reconstructor, builds up waste force, makes strong nerves and muscles. Some people do not realise what a great remedy Hol- listers Rocky Mountain. Tea Is. 25 j cents. Tea or Tablets. A. G. Luken Humor a Philosophy Br DUNCAN M. SMTTB THE RAREST DAYS. What's so rare, so cool and airy SeMom Is !t overdone As a day In February. May 1 ask you. little one? Count 'em. ard you'll f.nd it straight; There are eniy twenty-eight. June for rarens Isn't in It. Though It ro?ee It may flaunt For you'll reckon In a minute If you ever learned to count. And you'll fini the answer clear It has thirty every year. How it grot the reputation I could r.ever eomprehend. For the slightest computation Would Its claims forever end. Mention leap year If you will; February beats It still. Tes'm: when It comes to rareness February wins the drink. And it's nothing more than fairness To admit it. don't you think? " And you often wish. I'll bet. That its days were rarer yet. Tracing Back Our Music. Professor Starr of the University of Chicago, who has been down In central Africa Interviewing the pygmies and asking them when they think they will be grown up. If ever, has brought back a trunkful of phonograph records to prove that the American papular song Is nothing new under the son. Of course the African song writers are handicapped In some respects, for they cannot rose bad grammar, as their language does not run much to gram mar and most anything goes, but the professor assures us that they can 6tay with us on the tune until the cows come home and the milking is all done. However, taken as a whole, the rec ords go to show the kinship of the hu man race. All be needs now to make It complete Is a record made by three women and four men of one tribe when they were calling for help, being about to be overpowered and robbed by a superior force of another tribe, and call it grand opera. Lengthening the Time. "Here is an account of a man "who lived 200 years." "But the paper said he only lived to be 107." "Yes; but he qnit smoking on his one hundredth birthday and it seemed like 200," Didn't Betray Any. What Is that you are smoking "A good ten cent cigar." "Huh!" said the doubter, taking an other sniff. "Seems like they might have put some tobacco in it for that price." Picturesque Railroading. He traced up box cars far and neax. And so of htm 'twas said He always did the best he could) To paint the landscape red. Unpardonable. "He's so selfish." "Is her "Yes; always tells a new joke before bis wife gets a chance." Peculiar. There's just one thing that I am frald of." "Indeed! What is that? "Consequence." That Kind. The wild waves overturned his boat. And h was forced to swim. And. though they had beea salt ed. They seemed too fresh to Mm. PERT PARAGRAPHS.' The sixe of a man's reputation Is measured by the number of people who talk about him. Too many Indulgent husbands and fathers allow the indulgence to stop vritir themselves. Whea youth is presented with an ex purgated edition it sits up and at once begins to think. There js only one way to get put of To Go Without Liquozonc When the You who lack LIquozone you don't know what you miss. And the product Itself can best tell you. We ask you again in fairness to yourself, let us buy you a bottle to try- You who are sick and discouraged -you need it most. You who are still treating germ troubles in the old. In effective ways. It is time that you know, as millions know, what Liquo zone means to you. The results will surprise you, for nothing could be more convincing than the way in which LIquozone deals with a germ attack. What Liquozone Is. LIquozone is a tonic-germicide, the virtues of which are derived solely from oxide gases. No alcohol, no nar cotic, nothing but gas enters Into it. The process of making requires Ia-g? apparatus, and consumes i4 davs' time. The object is to so combine the gases with a liquid as to carry their virtues into the system. The result is a germicide so cer tain that we publish with every bottle an offer of JL000 for a disease germ that Liquozone cannot kill. It des troys them because germs are of veg etable origin. But to the body LIquo zone is exhUIratlng, vitalizing, puri fying. That la Its main distinction. Com mon germicides are poisons when ta kw inUmallju Hues' are iniuEsiple. I LlJ GHKA3TEST Qj Iff! NEWS fflj CHILD LIFE is reproduced by the world greatest painter is tLe popo subject of a series ol splendidly colored art supplement bow being issued and given away with. THE CHICAGO SUNDAY TRIBUNE. Back or tW picture, haa been carefully selected, and will be a constant inspiration ta tbe children. Every color, tone, light and shadow is an) exact reproduction as intended by the artists. Be .ur. to orJr SUNDAY'S TRIBUNE, The New Phillips Vaudeville Theatre O. G. MURRAY, LESSEE. F. A. BROOKS, BUSINESS MANAGER. PROGRAM WEEK FEB. 18, 1907. Saturday 3, 7:4b and 9:15 p. m. A OVERTURE Miss Cabler. B BOYD &. LOVc. Comedians. C ILLUSTRATED SONGS. D LOUISE ARNOT & COMPANY. In her natural Irish comedy, "Re lement. New York City. Time, Presen gan's Luck." Place. East-aide tene- Special matinee eacn Saturday: children 6 cents. All other matlneea 10c, except to children under 5 year. Souvenirs Wednesday matinee). paylnjr your debts, ana that is to give your wife all the money she needs. A' good workman is known to his boss. Soup and sympathy don't compensate for the advice you have to take when you happen to be sick. Some people are so genial and hearty that they are regular moving health re sorts. good many people stand and fight because they are afraid to run. Tbe fool regrets tbe food times he has had and the wise man tbe good times that he hasn't bad Flower Meaali Anemone, fading hope. Bachelor's button, hope in lev. , Buttercup, riches. Carnation, pride and beauty. Daisy, beauty and Innocence. Everlasting:, always remembered. Forgetmenot. true lore. Harebell, grief. Honeyflower. love sweet and secret. Blue hyacinth, constancy. Heliotrope, devotion. Pansy, tender and pleasant thoaghtn Bed tulip, declaration of love. White water Illy, purity of heart. " Ke' Sear. Forbear, rash swain! Teu do not know How bravo Is woman's heart. "What dangers fall to daunt her nerve When fate her lot would part From what her spirit holds nort dear Remember and refrain From your attempts to fright tho lrl With tho oyster's dread ptomaine. Baltimore American. for they destroy the tissues as well as the germs. That Is why medicine proves so helpless In dealing -vitb germ diseases. Liquozone, on the contrary, acts as a remarkable tonic. We Paid $100,000. For the rights to Liquizone, after thousands of tests had been made with it, after its power had been dem onstrated for more than two years In the most difficult germ diseases. Con ditions which had resisted medicine for years yielded at once to it. and diseases considered Incurable were cured. That was five years ago. Since then millions of people in every part of the world have shared in tbe benefits of this invention. Nearly every ham let, every neighborhood, has living examples of Its power.. Now we ask you to let it do for you what it did for them- Germ Diseases. Most of our sickness has. In lata years, been traced to germ attacks. Some germs as in skin troubles directly attack the tissues. Some cre ate toxins, causing such troubles as Rheumatism. Blood Poison. KIdcey Disease and nerve weakness. Some destroy vital organs, as in Consump-i tion. Some like the - germs of Ca- j tarrtt create Inflammation; some ' cause indigestion, in ono or these ways, nearly every serious ailment Is a zcrra result. , Cast Cordelia Regan, Louise Arnet, Andy Regan, her husband, Tom Gunn. E HOMER A POTTER, Contraltoes. High-class eomedlnnen, F MARDO BROTHERS. Comedy Acrobats. G THE PHILOSCOPE. Latest Motion Pictures. ment. New York City. Time. Present HEWS OF THE THEATERS Theatrical Calenttoo GENNETT. Saturday, Feb. 23 "Pair of Country Kids." Matinee and night. March 4 "Custer's Last Fight. PHILLIPS. Entire Week High class vaudeville. Vaudeville at the Phillips. There are still threo opportunities for the public to see the splendid vau deville bill that is now running at tho Xew Phillips this afternoon and tho double performance tonight. Today' matinee is a special one for children. For next week Manager Murray has secured a most interesting bill which will be announced In detail In tho Palladium Sunday morning. Country Kids GennetL There may not be every ono In town to sec "A Pair of Country Kids next Saturday, matinee and night at tho Gennett, and it may not be neces sary to como early to avoid tho ruth, bat you'd better Ret your seats re served and you will not regret it and the kids will please you. Tho blue ribbon of blue ocean gut nery has been won by Rear-Admiral Prince Louis of Battenburg in H. M. S. Drake, hooting over a course laid out In Arancl bay, the guns of tho Drake have succeeded in hitting thn target at a distance of four miles no fewer than 105 times out of 132 rounds, giving a percentage of 79 per cent. Test is Freo. Such conditions call for a germi cide, not for common drugs. Liquo zone does what other means cannot accomplish. And it is wrorg to filtrK to old ways when million? f people know a way that is better. 50c Dottle Free. If you wish to know what LIqtrr zone does please send us this coupon. We will then mail you an order on a local druggist for a full-size bottle, and will pay the druggist ourselves for It. This is our free gift, made to convince you; to let the product It self show 5ou what It can do. In Jus tice to yourself, please accept It to day, for it places you under no obli gations whatever. LIquozone costs 50c and $1. CUT OUT THIS COUPON Fill It oat and mall It to Tha Llqaozono Company, 4jv44 Wabash Ave.,C'h cago Mr eMseaw! ts I baTe ne er trld tbe new Llquoxtii. hut if you wtl supply me a 60c bottle free I will take It. C35 Give fall adre m-rlt plalnlr. We tre now imttln g oat an tmp-oved LI quozone. based on five yesrs of experience. And even old users may accept the above offer, to leam how mnch better the new p o dact is. LlquozoT is guaranteed under the uew Pure Food Uv. Anr physician or hospital not yet usin Uuuioa wjii tm ladJy supoiled fur a tsi