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RICHMOND DAILY PAIXADITJM, MONDAY, OCTOBER 2S 1901.
Richmond Palladium MONDAY. OCT. 23. 1901. Fur.'ha.l fffry evening Sunday -"ptei) bv THE PALLADIUM' O. Old andinew Phones No. 21. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION i One ysar by mall, tag paid - - S3.00 On.MOnlh " " " - - .25 On week, by earrler - ... - .06 Evidence is accumulation that Kiu Edward of Eugland is seriously afl cted. T'is is Czoloaz's last day. He will be electrocuted tomorrow morn ing, 7 o'clock. The second trial of Powers in Ken tucky resulted as was anticipated He as convicted, of course, anc fcenttcced to imprisonment for life President Roosevelt's birthday an. niversary was very quietly cele brated. The President is a careful observer of the Sabbath. He is a regular attendant at the Dutch Re formed church. The world breathes easier now. A daughter was born yesterday to the duke acd duchess of Manchester. The latter was before marriage Miss Helena Zimmerman of Cincinnati. It is understood that the duke's mother will now assist him in paying his debts. The President's domestic affairs are being carefully looked after. The mossback element in the south has notified hira that he must exclude the ngro race from his table, and the Woman's Christian Union of Ohio has requested him to banish wine from the White House. Sjiue collectors on rural mail routes are complaining that the mail boxes are being filled with advertis ing circulars, , business cards, etc, not regularly mailed. People who put such matter in the rural mail boxes are liable to get into trouble with Uncle Sam. The same law that applies to city mail boxes also applies to rural mail boxes. The plan for a memorial arch in honor of the late President McKin lcy has been matured and an organi zition formed. It is proposed to place a memorial arch at the Wash ington anproach to the memorial bridge across the Potomac connect ing Washington with Arlington. Secretary of the Treasury Lyman J. Gae is treasurer of the organiza tion. There is a growing disposition on the part of legislatures and courts to hold saloon keepers responsible for damages accruing to wives from the intoxication of husbands. Last Sat urday at Warsaw, this state, Myrtle Hunter, whose husband died from exposure while intoxicated, was awarded damages of $350 in her suit against Saloon-keeper Nelson, who had been warctd cot to sell Hunter liquor. It was shown that Hunter died of pneumonia, brought on by exposure, and it was held that the saloon-keeper contributed to his death by seeding him out in an irre spinsib'e ccuditijr. Women who have drunken husbands would do well to wai n all saloon-keepers in the vicinity not to sell them intoxi cating liquois. By that maans they will place themselves in position to secure damages for any loss they may sustain ou account of liquor sold to their husbands. REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS. Prepared by Nathan S. Lamar, ab stractor of titles, office at the court house. Frank M. Price to Louie Demaree, northeast quarter of section 16, town ship 1", range 14, containing 1.2S acres; f-TJo. Hardin H. Peelle et al. to Otto Bertram, part lots 70 and SI in the original plat of Centerviile: S230. Ruth Ballard to Harry G. Day, lot 7 in block 11, in Hairerstowa. Mary Houck to Henry L. Morgan, lots 127 and 152 in Sumner's addition to Centerviile: $6 0. Mary E. Ridecor.r to Isaac Hud dlestou, part of the northeast quar ter of section 2J, township 16, range 12: SS00. John Geyer et al. to Charles M. Thomas, lot 62 in Schweiinnan's addi tion to Richmond: $1,200. William H. Brinley to William Keller, part of lot 16 m Oliver Kin gey 's addition to Richmond; $1,000. Daniel G. Reid to John O. Mason, part southeast quarter of section 13, township 14, range 1: $1,250. John O. Mason to Clara L. Strong, part of the southeast quarter of sec- tiou 13, township 14. range 1; $1,000 Allen Cain et al. to Artie S. faio, the northwest quarter of fractional section al, township Is ran?e Jo, containing 13 25 seres, $4,0oo Seneca Keever t Loren E Kee ver, part of block 30 fast of the river and north of the road in Cambridge Citv, $110. L ren E K ever to Seneca Keever, pjrt uf block 30 east of the river and north of the road in Cambridge City, $110. John C Bayer to Augustus B. Cook, parts of 1js 5 and 6 in Anna Host's addition to Richmond, $350. AMUSEMENTS. don't tell my wifk. Harry Yeager has temonstrated in past seasons that he has the art of engaging clever staye folk. In "Don't Tell My Wife," the new mu sical farce in which Yeager is this season starring Arthur Deming, this manager has a company better even than the splendid organizations he has sponsored in the pst. The en gagement here is limited to one night, next Thursday. Special prices 25, 35 and 50. A OAMBLER'8 IMCCKTER. To successfully paint upon canvas the interior of a small gambling pal ace it is not necessary to reproduce the real simon pure article. Instead of doing so the noted scenic artists wh n called upon for a scene of this character for the modern, sensational melo-drama, "A Gamber's Daugh ter," reproduced a drawing room in the palatial residence of a Chicago millionaire. The scene is of great beauty and adds greatly to the sue cess of the famous play. Gennett, Saturday evening. Prices 25, 35 and 50. 300,000 Women Have been restored to health by Lydla Cm Plnkham's Vege table Compound Their let ter are on file and prove this statement to bo a fact, not a mere boast m When a medi cine has boon successful In curing so many women, you cannot well say without try Inn It " I do not believe It will help mo." it I N KH AN s Vegetable Compound la a positive cur for all those painful Ailments of Women. It will entirely core the worst forms of Female Complaints, all Ovarian troubles. 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Your medicine i cured me when doctors failed. Mrs. S.tKJkH Holsteis, 3 Pavta Block, Uorham St., Lowell. Mass. Irregularity, Suppressed or Painful Menstruations, Weak ness of the Stomach, Indigestion, Bloating, Flooding. Nervous Prostration, Headache, tTeneral iebuuy. It is a Brand medicine. 1 am thankful for the g'Hi it has don me.- Mrs. J. . j., 76 Carolina Ave., Jamaica Plain (.Boston i, Mass. Dizziness. Faintness, j Extreme Lassitude, " don't care " and j " want to be left alone " feeling, excitabil- j ity, irritability, nervousness, sleeplessness, j flatulency, melancholy, or the "blues," and j backache. These are sure indications of ; Female Weakness, soma derangement of the 1 Uterus. I was troubled with .Dizziness, Headaches, Faintness. Swelling Limbs. Your medicine cared me. Mks. Sarah Et Baker. Backsport. Me. The whale rtorr, however. I told In an ill ut rte.i book which coes with each bot tie. the most complete treatise on femaia eamplaiut ever published. For eight vears I suffered with Limb trouble, and w& entirwv cured br &Ira. FickLair " iret1;cit.e. l KS. i low v e. Littleton. N. H. Kidney Complaints j and Backacha of either sex the Vegetable i ComTVMiTiti alvravs cures. i Tha Vece table Com- ( Ljtia L Plnkham's Uitr PUls cert Const! patios. Sck Hudscha, 2S& ponnd is aold by all : artuiu or sent bj ; niajiin form of PitU or Losragea. on ra-' eeipt of Ol -OO. i f.orrerpotLdnctfntl aunm. Vno Ma t,idm la rrfetMt oor.f deo. LTOIa S. FIM.HA Matf. iU Lvaa, I ) STAGE IN VISBY RUINS I "ui- IIVIIIU t j Historical Play Given In Sum f mer by Swedish Peasants. I TO ATTRACT FOEEIGN TOURISTS. A RoofJe-as Church . ! the Theater. Scene of Prodartloa Similar In Some neapeeta to That Given at Oberaniiuergan. Actuated by a desire to extend the fame of their picturesque old city and convert its historical associations and Ivy clad ruins into cash by bringing tourists, who seldom go there now. and at the same time to revive and pre serve the memories of the past the good people of Visby. writes WUl'.ata E. Curtis from Sweden to the Chicago llecord-llerald. are trying to emulate those of Oberainmergau and are pre senting a historical play each Sunday during the summer season. The cast is composed entirely of home talent, the costumes, scenery and properties are all of local design and manufacture. and every one who participates is an amateur, young men and women of good families, who contribute their services for no compensation but glory and the admiration of their friends. Ossian Ilamrin, superintendent of schools, is the genius who suggested and organized the affair and acts as stasre manager. The play selected to inaugurate the enterprise is entitled "Santa Maria" and was written by Zacharias Topeli us. a Finnish poet of local fame, who died last year. It Is based upon the first Swedish crusade, when Raimund Gothe went from Visby to Finland with an army of crusaders to convert the Finns from paganism to Christian ity. Uaimund was accompanied by his beautiful daughter Sigrun, a mission ary named Angelethus and a large company of monks. This play is given within the roofless walls oJ the old church of St. Nicholas. The bricks are ripe with antiquity, and the wounds which time has made are concealed by masses of English ivy which hang in festoons from the arch es. The pillars, the windows and the arches that sustain the roof are almost perfect. There Is no more beautiful ruin In all Europe. The stage is placed where the altar formerly stood and is encircled by the foliage of the trees that grow within the sacred walls. Long tiers of pine benches rise one aft er the other throughout the entire edi fice and make a striking contrast to the mullioned windows, whose delicate carving has endured for seven centu ries. The audience came from all over the Island, from Stockholm and from other ports of Sweden, from Ilelsingfors. the capital of Finland, and other cities of that country. A row of excursion steaui ers was tied up at the dock, and spe cial trains from the uttermost parts of the little island of Gotland arrived and departed, so as to accommodate the people who wished to attend the play. It was a solemn and thoughtful gath ering. The ;audience seemed to be im pressed with the romantic surroundings and to appreciate In the profoundest manner the importance of the occasion. We had been in and out of churches all the morning, but nowhere did we feel the air of solemnity so much. People spoke to each other in whispers. The prattle of children was hushed, and the policeman who stood at the door shrank back into the shrubbery, feeling that he was out of place. "The lines were recited In a very ama teurish manner, like schoolboys in a dialogue on Friday afternoon, and the scenery and the costumes were of the most primitive character. The robes were of ordinary shirting, ornamented with the commonest kind of colored cloth. The helmets and the arrows were made of tin by the local tinsmith, and all the other properties had a home made appearance. In such costumes the priest and the warrior, the monks and the beautiful maiden stood up and declaimed their lines at the audience without elocutionary effect and with the most awkward gestures. On an or dinary stage it would have been gro tesque and excited ridicule, but in those surroundings it was most Impressive. The spectator forgot the present. His mind was transported into the past, far back into the centuries, and be seemed to see real people doing real things up on the stage. Although rude, the play Is well worth seeing. We went expecting to stay only a few moments, but remained to the end. . St. Nicholas. In which it Is given. Is the best preserved and the most Im posing of all th ruined churches, being 193 by 65 feet In size. Two hundred years ago it was the chapel of a Domin ican monastery. Colorado Woman Slavs Bears. Mrs. Katherine Sullivan, who owns a ranch ten miles south of Colorado Springs. Colo., has broken all Colorado records as a woman bear killer. When she drove home one day recently, she found three bears in possession of her premises. They retired as she appear ed, but rear.pared later, and the moth er ltar. weisij:ng 0t)u pounds, was causrht in to improvised trap. Mrs.- Sullivan dispatched it and also a 100 peud cub. Sard For 93.000 Worth of Kisses. A circuit court jutitre at Sheboygan, j Wis- awarded Mrs. Bouska $300 ia a curious suit. Teter Hugent was the iefendant. He promised Mrs. Bouska $1 for every kiss she gave him. Failing to collect, she instituted suit. She asked the court for $3.C00 damages, as serting that she had given that many kisses in accordance with the contract. i WE H PLENTY OF THEM! Tarn O'Shanters for the Girls. Solid and Fancy Colors. Two Qualities, 50 cents and Sl.00. Items of Special Interest in the Store. JARDINIERE SALE. PONY STOCKINGS. McKINLEY PICTURES. HASEMEIER & SIEKMANN R. B. Cochrane, P. D. S There Is No Excuse For your having bad, ugly teeth to mar your beauty and ruin your health. If you are timid you net d have no fear, for we are prepared to do per fectly painless dentistry, aud if your means are limited, here is the place to come, for our prices are more than reasonable for the kind of work we do. This is the way all my patients talk : "Dr. Cochrane extracted nine teeth for me entirely without pain, and I suffered no bad after results. HK. N. H. K1NLLV, 21X North 17th St., City. Compare these prices with what you formerly paid: eoad Sat of Teath en rubber - SB.OO 18K Gold Crown - - 4.00 22 K Gold Crown - - 6.00 Bald Fillings - - SI.OO Up Silvor Filling - BOo and op Tooth Eatraetod, 2B and - .SO Remember, all work is guaranteed. I will forfeit 25 for v-v tclb I can not extract without pain. R. B. Cochrane, D.D.S. Ks-?u r otuu-ied and Rejristered Dentist. Rooms IS and 19, Colonial B ilding P,e sure yon cet the tignt rooms. The numbers are on tne door. A Typical Sou tli African Store. O. R. Larson, of Bay Villa, . Sun- davs River, Cape Colony, conducts a! store typical 01 ooum xitriui, at which cau be purchased anything from the proverbial "need of an an chor." This store is situated in a valiey nine miles from the nearest railway station and about twenty five miles from the nearest town. Mr. j Larson says: "I am favored with . the custom of farmers within a radius j of thirty miles, to many of whom 1 have supplied Chamberlain's rem edies. AH testify to their value in a household where a doctor's advice is almost out of the question. Within one mile of my store the population is perhaps tixty. Of these, within the past twelve months, no less than fourteen have been absolutely cured bv Chamberlain's Cough Remedy. This must surely be a record." For sale by W. H. Sudhofif and A. G. Luken& Co., druggists. How's This? We offer One Hundred Dollars Re ward for any case of Catarrh that cannot be cured by HalTs Catarrh Cure. F. J. Chenet & Co., Props. Toledo. O. We, the undersigned, have known v T riior.PT for the last 15 Years. and believe him perfectly honorable in all business transactions, maus uy their firm. Wlst & Tracx, Wholesale druggists, Toledo, O. Waldixo, Kixsan & Mabtis, Wholesale druggists, Toledo, O. Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken in ternally, acting directly upon the blood and mucous surfaces of J the system. Price 75c per bottle. Sold bT all druggists. Testimonials free. 'Hall's Family Piiis are the best. AVE THEM I XICEL HYDRO- CARBON 3 CAS HEATER This heater is adapted to either natural gas or man ufactured gas, and 18 really the only economical heater yet otTered ....... Careful'y conducted tests hve demonstrated that tith gas at $1 00 per thousand, its oppraticg expanse does not exceed one cent per hour. It is handsomely tiuished iu fiie proof aluminum broLza :::::::: Peter Johnson Stove Store. "Lucky Curve" Fountain Pen . . . Thev Always Write Right Try a Parker Lucky Curve when you call for stationery. j School SuoDlies i 111 wood Ho-ris & Co. Phone 709. 720IainJSt. DR. FENNER'S Blsod & Liver fill KEKEBY ASD NEPV'E TOM1C 1 GIVEN AWAY. A Beautiful Car bone tte Pastel 16 X 61 inches of yourself eo lan?ed from a photograph. Some tBiac New. Life like enlnra. i Kauil tO15-MworM. No Fnrnn. 2j buying scheme. Write today. THE PAIL LET MEDICINE CO., ma. . luiuiall, . 1 -n r'i Ml 3 i: m FOR ACE an want save while yeu may, " Ne worning sue laete a whole day," said Benjaaala Franklin. Think Tof the peo ple who eould have kept themselves from want if they had saved when they might. We pay 3 per cent, aa Sav ings Deposits. Z When You Want To Borrow a V" or a "ten spot" how many of your friends want to accommodate you? Perhaps all of them would reallv lite ! to do so, but the fact remains that most of tnem do not find it convenient to spare the money and do not like to be asked. The best and only sure way to get a little money at any time is to call on us. We like to accommodate everybody be cause it is our business and we fiud it profitable. We charge eight per cent, interest and a small additional fee for necessary time in appraising property, examining rec ords and making out papt rs. We loan on pianos, furniture, store and office fixtures, warehouse receipts, etc., without removal. We loan on diamonds, watches, etc., left in pledge. We loan to salaried people without any security. Strict privacy in all cases. RICHMOND LOAN CO. (Established 1886) Room 8, Colonial Building. Southeast Cor. Main and 7th Sts. Home Phone 443