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IIE RICHMOND PALLADIU3I AXD SUN-TELEGRAM, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 19, 1907.
PAGE TWO. LOCAL AND GENERAL BATTLE ON AT REID FED THIHFTEFJON Earlham and Wittenberg Are Fighting for Honors. LINEUP OF THE QUAKERS. Coach Vail announced this mornins that his team was ready for the Wit tenberg game this afternoon at Reid Field and was confident of winning. His team probably will lineup against the Lutherans as follows: Hancock, left end. Walthal, left tackle. Carrol, Swain, left guard. Stanley, center. Barrett, right guard. Thlstlethwaite, right tackle. White, right end. Elliott, quarter back. Harrell, left half. Geyer, Brunner, right half. Wann, full back. Henry E. Jones of Tampa, Fla., writes: "I can thank God for my pres ent health, due to Foley's Kidney Cure. I tried doctors and all kinds of kidney cures, but nothing done me much good till I took Foley's Kidney Cure. Four bottles cured me, and I have no more pain in my back and shoulders. I am 62 years old, and suf fered long, but thanks to Foley's Kid ney Cure I am well and can walk and enjoy myself. It is a pleasure to rec ommend it to those needing a kidney medicine." A. G. Luken & Co. PROPOSE ft PERPETUAL TROPHY FOR BASEBALL Cub Ball Team Is Banquetted At Chicago. ADE AMONG THE SPEAKERS. Chicago, Oct. 19. The Chicago Na tional league baseball team, winners of the world's championship, were guests of honor at an elaborate banquet at. the auditorium Annex. About .".10 partisans of the club were present. Former Congressman J. Hamilton Lewiswas toastmaster. George Ade, John T. McCutcheon, Aldrian C. Anson and others responded to toasts. A movement was launched for the pur pose of the purchase of a perpetual trophy emblematic of the world's base ball championship, it being proposed to raise $4,000 or more for this pur pose. The trophy will be held by the team winning the title for one year, but can never become the permanent property of any one club. AFTER TEN YEARS. Mr. G. L. Stephenson, of Peters borough, says: "For over ten years I suffered constantly with Piles, first Itching, then Bleeding; pain almost unbearable; life a burdrn. Tried ev erything in vain till I used Dr. Leon hardt's Hem-Roid. "I had taken but a few doses when I began to notice an improvement. Now I am completely cured." A $1,000 guarantee with every box of Hem-Roid, $1.00. Leo H. Fihe, Rich mond, or The Dr. Leonhardt Co., Niag ara Falls, N. Y. Grand Opening Geo. II. Muey's Saloon, cor. South II and Liberty Ave., Saturday Night. Round Trip TO Cincinnati Via C. C. & L. R. R. Sunday, Oct. 20th Train lvs. Richmond ......5:15 a. m. Train lvs. Boston 5:30 a. m. Train lvs. Kitchell 5:40 a . m. Train lvs. Cottage Grove. .5:53 a. m. Train lvs. Bath 6:05 a. m. Train lvs. Peoria 6: IS a. m. Returning leaves Cincinnati 9 p. m. For particulars call on C. A. Blair, P. & T. A., Richmond, Ind. Home Tel 44. DR. W.J. SMITH ..DENTIST.. 1 a lim m - tn c.,a r..n .. j ci it iiuj iioiii ouckl. ui uuuu i iniir u '"fr.l..MfrlI,,. t INSURANCE.REAL ESTATE I LOANS, RENTS t W. H. Bradbury & Son Rooms 1 and 3, Westcott BIk DR. A. B. PRICE DLNTIST 14 and 15 The Colonial.. Phone 631 X&&S Assistant. Football Games Today Michigan vs. Wabash at Indianapo lis. Beloit vs. Ripon ar Beloit. Oberlin vs. Case at Oberlin. Washington vs. Drury at Seattle. Oregon vs. Pacific at Eugene, Ore's. Chicago vs. Illinois at Champaign. Ohio State vs. Wooster at Colum bus. Iowa State Ames. Denison vs. vllle. Earlham vs. vs. Morningside at Otterbem at Wester-Wittenb-c: at Rieh- mond. Monmouth vs. Lombard at Gales burg. Minnesota vs. Nebraska at Minne apolis. University of Iowa vs. Mippouri at Iowa City. Manual vs. Brownsburg at Browns burg. Notre Dame vs. Franklin at Notre Dame. Colorado vs. Colorado Agriculture at Boulder. Iowa (Grinnell) vs. Des Moines at Cornell. Cornell (la.) vs. Iowa (Grinnein at Mt. Vernon. Southern California vs. Los Angeles High school at Los Angles. Lake Forest vs Northwestern Uni versity of Wisconsin at Watertown. His Dear Old Mother. "My dear old mother, wl o is now eighty-three years old, thrives on Elec tric Bitters," writes W. B. Brunson, of Dublin, Ga. "She has taken them for about two years and enjoys an excel lent appetite, feels strong and sleeps well." That's the way Electric Bit ters affect the aged, and the same happy results follow in all cases of female weakness and general debility. Weak, puny children too, are greatly strengthened by them. Guaranteed al so for stomach, liver and kidney troub les, by A. G. Luken & Co., Druggist. 50c. WATSON WILL NOT BE MEMORIAL SPEAKER J. R. Fesler Explains to Morton G. A. R. Committee. J. K.GOWDY WRITES LETTER Indianapolis, Oct. 19. The first question that came up at the meeting of the memorial committee of the G. A. R. after J. It. Fessler had been chosen chairman of the committee, was the selection of a speaker for the Morton memorial service, November Be- fore any definite action was taken in this respect, Mr. Fesler, as chair man of the meeting, made an explana tion of the rumor to the effect that Congressman James E. Watson would speak on that day. "I know that all of you have won dered how sucu report became public," said Mr. Fesler, "when the committee had taken no action in regard to a speaker, and in this connection I wish to say that J. K. Gowdy came to my office this morning and apologized. I ! told him tnat it would be unjust to the other candidates to have Mr. Watson for speaker, and he said that there would be no feeling in this matter. This afternoon I received a letter from Mr. Gowdy." Mr. Fesler then read the letter, which was as follows: "I desire to say to you and your committee that it will be perfectly sat isfactory to Mr. Watson for your com mittee to choose another speaker for the Morton memorial meeting, Novem-1 ber P.. We have no desire whatever for the selection of . Mr. Watson to ' make the memorial address if there is 1 any criticism because of political In terests." A committee was then named to se lect a speaker. No home is so pleasant, regardless of the comforts that money will buy, as when the entire family is in perfect health. A bottle of Orino Laxative Fruit Syrup costs 50 cents. It will cure every member of the family of constipation, sick headache or etom ach trouble. A. G. Luken & Co, While whale hunting off Mayness the Norwegian steam trawler Diamon en countered a huge whale, which after being harpooned struck the vessel with such force that her plates were stove in. The crew was rescued by the trawler Salvia, which towed the Diamon in a sinking condition, into Grimsby, England. Leaving Richmond 11:15 p. m. via C, C. & L. lands you in Chicago at 7:00 a. m. Through sleepers and coaches. You will like it. aprfi-tf Nyal's Hair Tonic Gradually darkens gray hair and makes it soft and glossy. Dandruff Is caused by bacterial action. This preparation being antiseptic, stops action, of the bacteria. Price 50c. Quiglcy's Drug Store 4th and Main VISIT THE NEW ALFORD DRUG CO., 9th and Main St. Prescription Specialists. Full Line of New Tobacco and Cigars. Try the new drink, Vril, only at our soda fountain. SPORTS CITY CHAMPIONSHIP HANGS Ofl THE GAME Quigley and Babylon and Gi ants to Meet. ATHLETIC PARK TO CLOSE, Sunday afternoon the Quigley & Bab ylon team and the Giants will play at Athletic park for the championship of the city. Both teams have a large number of rooters and it is expected that there will be a good-sized crowd present to witness the contest, pro viding that the weather is favorable. The Giants have not played much the past season, but they are capable of putting up a great game. Throughout the past season the Q. & B. team has played splendid baseball, demonstrat ing their superiority over various coun ty teams and taking into camp several of the strongest semi-professional teams outside the county. SOUTH BEND HOLOS BOTH Moore and Fisher to Play The Central. in South Bend, Ind., Oct. 10. Gene Moore and Tom Fisher, pitchers in the Kichmond team, Ohio-Indiana league during the last season, will return to South Bend next season. Theese men have been reserved by the local Central league club. Much is expected of them since the last season of training. ESTABLISHES A HEW RECORD FOR TROTTERS Gen. Watts Is King of Three-Year-Olds. the RESULTS AT LEXINGTON. Lexington, Ky., Oct. 19. Gen Watts, the 3-year-old bay colt by Axworthy, Friday trotted the first heat of the Kentucky stake in 2.-06-')i, establishing a new world's record for 3-year-old trotters and beating the former record of 2:08i held by Kentucky Todd, made at Columbus, two seconds. The colt won the second heat in 2:09-4, the fast- est two heats ever trotted by a 3-year- o.d in a race. Throughout the afternoon there was a stiff wind blowing down the back stretch, and if it had not been for this wind it is believed that the colt would have won the first heat in 2:0514, the 4-year-old stallion record. Biaa was second in each heat and was only defeated a half length in the second heat. Gen. Watts is owned by Gen. C. C. Watts of Charleston, W. Va., and has been trained and driven in all his rac es by Mike Bower-man of this city. The colt formerly belonged to Senator J. W. Bailey of Texas. AFTER SPENDING THOUSANDS OF : DOLLARS IN EXPERIMENTING The Great Scientist Made a Great Discovery. When a man is in doubt, it becomes his uty to investigate and when proof 13 Puea uPn lroot 11 " time to be convinced. There is nothing in life so va,uaD,e as S health. The re- porter or tnis aiucie personally knows of several people here in Richmond that are rapidly regaining their health because they investigated the proofs produced by the Root Juice people and were convinced. We positively know that an eminent scientist devot ed several years of his life to hard study and spent over ten thousand dollars experimenting before the af flicted were permitted to try his great discovery, which is now curlng peo. pie all over the country, after all oth er remedies had failed. If you bloat and belch sour gases, if your food lays heavy on the stomach, if you have any symptoms of indigestion, we honest ly believe that one dose of Root Juice will convince you of- its wonderful merits. Root Juice soothes and heals the mucous lining of the stomach, bowels and bladder and at the same time heals and strengthens the liver and kidneys. It prevents fermentation of food in the stomach and bowels and stops formation of acid by causing the digestive fluids to be supplied in sufficient quantities in a natural way and giving the liver and kidneys health and strength to do the work nature intended them to do. The j blood will soon be filtered of all im ! purities and good, rich blood will be i made to nourish the whole body. ; Poor, weak women and dyspeptic, backaching rheumatic men take this advice before it is too late. Go im mediately to Luken's drug store and get a bottle of Root Juice. Now on , sale, $1 a bottle. It is guaranteed and proves all that is claimed for it. j A few months before the last general 'election a good authority (L. G. C. Money, in London Daily News, August 7 1003) calculated that one person in every seventeen of the population of this country was or had been a pau per in the year ending Lady Day, 190u. London Outlook. Soothes itching skin. Heals cuts or burns without a scar. Cures piles, eczema, salt rheum, any Itching. Dean's Ointment. Your druggist sells THE ORDJMJV FIRE ins unmiuaieu. WALK OVER GLOWING COALS. The Participants In the Mystifying Spectacle Play With the Fiery Em- j be re as Children Play With Sand and Emerge Unharmed. I once witnessed a most remarkable ordeal by fire at Benares. India. It was held on the grounds of a villa oa the outskirts of the city, and among us were some of the most proaiiiieut men and women of official and social life in British India. Army and navy officers touched elbows with French savants, all more than glad to accept an invitation that might at least offer opportunity either to catch some clew toward solving the mystery of the In dian tire ordeal or else catch the priest ly performers in a nice trap at consum mate and age long deception, success fully worked among a superstitious and overcredulous people like the Hin doos. Seats had been arranged for our par ty out on the spacious lawn, where a trench had been dug sixteen feet long, six feet wide and four feet deep. Tho lire in the trench was lighted before noon, but the ordeal itself was not to come off until after sunset. The trench was filled with kindling wood and log and was set afire by the attendants, who kept up a blaze as hot as a blast furnace all day long, until the trench by sunset was filled three feet deep with a compact, glowing bed of red hot coals. We were escorted to our seats at about 0:30, and we were not inclined to question the reality of that fire from the moment we sat down within twelve feet of It. Whatever else might be fraud or hypnotism in this Indian fire ordeal, we could not for a moment doubt the realism of that scorching heat that made our eyes smart and grow bloodshot. We, who had come to scoff and doubt, were soon realizing that the managers of the Benares fire ordeal had already gained 75 points out of 100 in favor of their honesty and of their power over the mighty element of fire, that figures so largely In orien tal philosophy as one of the three or four primal elements of the physical universe. A great commotion and babel of voices soon proclaimed the coming of the procession of priests, headed by the arch priest Brahmapoots, carrying a huge Indian sword, followed by the two minor priests who were destined to walk unharmed through that yard thick fiery bed, scintillating in the in- creaslng darkness and lighting up the dark faces of the hundreds of gaping Hindoos standing behind us. Whil? we Europeans and Americans, always hypercritical and given to scientific re search, were awaiting the coining of the moment when our 7i per cent or credulity was either to he shattered or rounded out to the fullness of a com pleted and abiding faith in Hindoo control and mastery of the devouring element of fire, our Hindoo fellow on lookers, on the other hand, were antici pating the ordeal with all the simplic ity of credulous children. Ours was an almost terrifying heart tension, and we almost wished that we were not occi dental skeptics, always bent on doubt- Ing things of an extraordinary nature. The priests marched about the trench chanting and performing mystic incan- tations. carrying along a glass reliqu- ary, or shrine, in which was seen the image of the god Siva, who, in the Hindoo religious system. Is one of the trinity and is worshiped as the de stroyer, Brahma being the creator and Vishnu the preserver of the universe. We do not know to this day what those priests said as they perambulated nhont that fierv treneh but we do know what soon followed, for, at the end of the incantation, the two candi dates for the ordeal plunged into the redhot coals and walked ankle deep the whole length of the trench, back ward and forward, time and time again. They played with that scintil lating, glowing fire as children play with the sands of Coronado beach, kicking it with their feet and stooping down to pick up handfuls of the glow ing coals, tossing them in the air. to be blown by the rising evening breeze all over our heads and our easily in- flammable clothing. We were really afraid. No doubt about those sparks and live, falling coals! When the two priests had walked up and down alone through that fiery trench unscathed and unscorched, then the whole Hindoo throng seemed to suddenly catch the spirit of their priests, and, sure of their conquest over the power of fire, they began plunging Into the trench. Old men and young chJidren walked through that fiery fur nace, forward and backward, and when they had tired of this "playingr with fire" they came out as they had entered, not a hair or a garment fcorched, not even the soles of their feet blistered. Only males are allowed to go through the fire ordeal. Never yet has any scientific theory explained the power of the Siva wor shipers over fire. We ourselves were absolutely convinced that trickery was not to be considered as an explanation of what we had witnessed. Los Ange les Times. A Caddie's Cadenza. Lady Golfer (to would be caddie1 But what do j-ou know about the game? Can you make a tee. for In stance? The Would Be Caddie Can I make Why, In my young days. Iidy, I used ter do it that well they called mem the teacaddy. London Sketch. In most cases consumption results from a neglected or improperly treat ed cold. Foley's Honey and Tar cures : the most obstinate coughs and pre-! vents serious results. It costs you no more than the unknown preparations and you should insist upon having the genuine in the yellow package. A. G. Luken & Co. The swiftest river in the world is the Sutlej. of British India, which in ISO miles has a descent of 12,000 feet. PALLADIUM WANT ADS PAY. IMPORTANT DUTIES ASSIGNED TO WORTH Fountain City Minister at the Quadrennial Wesleyan Methodist Conference. HAS SEEN LONG SERVICE. IN 1892 HE WAS THE CANDIDATE ON THE PROHIBITION TICKET FOR GOVERNOR OF INDIANA NATIVE OF RANDOLPH COUNTY. Fairniount, Ind., Oct. 19. An im portant action by the Quadrenniol Conference of the Wesley Methodist Connect ion in America s the appoint ment of a committee of five persons to divide the churches of the denomina tion in America into districts, this committee consisting of the Rev. 11. W. McDowell and the Rev. T. A. Jenuin of New York; the Rev. Aaaron Worth j Fountain City, Ind.; the Rev. I. Law- rence, Georgia, and the Rev. Frank j uaiiou, lowa. ine itev. .Mr. u one is the oldest man in years as well as point of service in the church, being seventy-one years old. He has preached for fifty-five years, and he has never had a ."acation ncr missed a day. He is a native of Randolph county, of Quaker parentage. He be gan preaching when only sixteen years old. having been converted in August, 1Su2, and entering the ministry iu the following October. In 1SS4 he joined the proaibition party, and in ISirj he was the candidate on the prohibition ticket for governor of Indiana. A petition was received from the Woman's Home and Foreign Mission ary society, requesting the privilefBP cf formulating a constitution, and by laws of their own, instead of working under the constitution prepared by the parent missionary board. This re quest awaits recommendation of a spe cial committee. A Cara. This is to certify tnat all druggists are authorized to refund your money if Foley's Honey and Tar fails to cure your cough or cold. It stops the cough, heals the lungs and prevents serious results from a cold. Cures la grippe cough and prevents pneumonia and consumption. Contains no opi- ates. The genuine is in a yellow package. Refuse substitutes. A.. G. Luken & Co. M. Forrer. the Swiss war minister, ia(j an unpleasant experience near He was motoring Into the g0ieure town just at the time that the local firemen were at practice. The fire men had barred a portion of the road temporarily, but M. Forrer's chaffeur paid no attention to their signals to stop. The officer in charge of the fire men promptly ordered his men to turn their hose on the offending motorists. This was done and M. Forrer and his companions, two staff officers, were soaked to the skin before the car , stopped and their identity was dis- closed, I 1 NOTICE TO OUR CUSTOMERS. We are pleased to announce that Foley's Honey and Tar for coughs, colds and lung trouble? is not affected by the National Pure Food and Drug law as it contains no opiates or other harmful drugs, and we recommend it as a safe remedy for children and ad ults. A. G. Luken & Co. Prof. McMillan Brown, ethnologist, holds that the future Australian peo ple will, in all probability be black. The Polynesians, he said in a lecture at Sydney, came originally not from America, as had been supposed, but from Asia. They -were whites and changed color, just as the future Aus tralian may do as the centuries go on, at least in the tropical regions of the north. The violet rays of the sun will turn him black in the course of time. j No person that keeps the food canal i clean and healthy can have appendi citis. Hollister's Rocky Mountain Tea c.eans the food canal and protects you from disease. 35 cents. Tea or Tab leas. A. G. Luken & Co. GET YOUR FIRE INSURANCE, BONDS AND LOANS OF MOORE & OGBORN, Room 16. I. O. O. F. Bldg.. Richmond. Ind. Telephones Home 15S9. Bell 53R C. C. & L Excursions to- ..Jamestown Exposition.. and return Coach Tickets, 12 days $12.85 15 Days' Ticket ... $18.10 60 Days' Ticket ...$21.40 Season Ticket $24.00 Via C, C. & L. to Cincinnati, C. SL O, B. & O. or N. & W. R. R.'s. Round Trip Homeseekers' Tick et to the South and South East; to the West and Southwest. One-way Colonist Tickets to Cal ifornia common points, $37.35. One way Colonist Tickets to the west and north west at greatly re duced rates. For particulars, call C. A. BLAIR, P. & T. A., Home. Tel. 44. Richmond. ISIoSecrets Y..o Ask your doctor if he approves of this prescription for ihinblooJ. impure blood. Accept his answer uiihout question. -iui:,4. W ht Amusements THEATRICAL CALENDAR. NEW PHILLIPS. Week of Oct. M Vaudeville. GENNETT. Oct. 19 Adelaide Th-.-rstcn. Week of Oct. 21 Murray Comedy Co. Nov. 2 "Isle of Sfice." Adelaide Thurston. 1 In "The Girl from Out Yonder" Miss Thurston has the best opportunity of showing that remarkable versatility she possesses, she has ever had. Her part, that of Flotsam, a light house keeper's daughter, brought up on aa island off the eoast of Maine, with tho cry of the sea gulls, the restless oc ean and a few simple fisher folk, her jonly companions, calls for the exi.res- jsion of every emotion that stirs the 3 I human breast, corned v. i.athos :r- rdy and the love for parent and the ovo for a ovor Miss Thurston V nianaser. Francis X. Hope, has 'made a most elaborate i.rrul-ietinn for the play, sparing neither money or time in getting the best. Miss Thurston will appear at the Genr.ett tonight. Murray Comedy Company. j The monarch of repertoire, J. Rus. ' Smith, presenting tho Murray Comedy company is duo in tho city soon. The organization is stronger than ever and consists of eighteen people. It is a good popular priced company and the specialties, of which there are a t great number, aro of high order. The. company will appear here for a week, commencing Monday, Oct. 21. The opening bill "Angle, The Country Girl" Is a comedy drama bristling with startling climaxes and comedy. The enviable reputation the company has gained throughout tho country will be more than sustained this sea son, it is said and it is claimed better plays have never been presented at popular prices. Vaudeville at the Phillips. A glance at the bill that has been prepared for next week at the New Phillips in vaudeville, will be suffi cient to convince those familiar with such subjects that a treat is in pros pect for the patrons tit the houe. Spe cial interest attaches to the appear ance of the mysterious Fontinella, which has created a considerable fu rore at other places on the vaudeville circuits and it appears that all have been baffled by the remarkable nature of this creation, doubt existing as to whether it is real or make-believe. There is little doubt but what Fontinel la will be sufficient to get the Phillips big business, to say nothing of the remainder of the bill. Below is the complete program for the week: Overture Miss Grace Miller. Burke and Urline, "The Automobile Girls," in conversation and songs. Chris Christopher, yodel singer and novelty violinist. The mysterious Fontinella, is said to be a masterpiece of mechanical ingenu ity, under the direction of Dr. Joseph Farrell, G. T. C. Illustrated song. Cal Lankert, "Dear Old Stars and Stripes, Good bye. Royer and French, in their comedy act, "Johnny's Visit." The Cemearagraph, showing "Saved from the Wreck." Wednesday there will be a souvenir matinee and on Saturday a toy balloon matinee for the children. "I suffered habitually from constipa tion. Doan's Regulets relieved and strengthened the bowels, so that Ihey have been regular ever since." A. E. Davi3, grocer, Sulphur Springs, Tex. THE NEW PHILLIPS VAUDEVILLE THEATRE G. MURRAY, Lessee. GEO. A. SCHWENKE. Treas. and Ass't Mgr. WEEK OF F OCT. 14. Daily at 3:C0 and from 7:30 to 10:15 Continuously. OCT. 21. A OVERTURE Miss Grace Miller. B BURKE AND URLINE The Au tomobile Girls," in Conversation and Songs. CHRIS CHRISTOPHER Yodel singer and Novelty Violinist. D THE MYSTERIOUS FONTINEL LA A Masterpiece of Mechanical Special Matinee each Saturday; children 5 cents. Souvenirs at Wednesday's matinee. General admission 10c Reserved seats at night, 5c extra. GSKMETT THEATRE K5nher Saturday, Oct. 19, Matinee and Night An?ss; Adelaide Thurston And a company of unusual strength In her greatest success "The Girl From Out Yonder." By Pauline Phelps and Marlon Short s Magnificent Scenic Production. Maa'ment Francis X. Hope 4 t Prices: 25c to $1.00. Seats at Westcott Pharmacy. GENNETT THEATRE aJST" " J One Week, Commencing Monday, Oct. 21st n n v n w a? iViUKKAY UUiViLUY UU. The Monarch of Repertoire Organizations. Opening Play "Angie, the Country Girl." Eight Big Vaudeville Acts, including Narda & Co., in the spectacular act, "The Mermaids' Ladies free Monday night if Prices 10, 23 and 30. Seats Cemp.elx f rrmja, Aier't A o- lco halic Sanapanlim Srtt'iV. Boot. 10Or. Pent! Lmtm - IOr a luot, Gn. B.ok CohoabRooS IOn. tioono. Etwi . . eOra.iPoftroot - . - 1 Or. Ciahjuli1SMk.Ori. loilid of Potlum 4Bn BuoHiora Brk . 4 On. Qljroarin.C P.. tl-tDruai! awt . . 4 on.'-,,,.,, j Oil (MMftu I w -r -ajncnui to irakaona siuaounc. ro iHrpn! Wt MkliiH J.C.lTirC. T--m t.ora'iour iud oiim. 1Owaii ' in ri-TT-inmiaviMaaBaaal awa aMfcT i In an article by Dr. Freudenberg. published in the Munich Medecinische Wocheshrift. the attention of the pub lic is directed to the fact that wrap i ping paper is a fruiful vehicle for germ j diseases. The writer says that there ! can be no doubt of the fact that raper is one of the best breeding places for I the disease germs, and that the habit jef moistening the thumb and forefin ger cr both with the lips when a piece cf rarer is talen up by a packer often i plants the disease germs where they i may do much harm. "Think." he says, i "of the grocer or butcher following this unclean but widespread custom. The custom should be cried down by the public, and the law should aid in its suppression. The bicycle craze has at last reach ed the Mexican city of Vera Cruz. There is also a motor cycle in the town. (L B 0U 3 HABIT (URID1 auatat wnbout atttf-aftact Wa car all Drug bahin la 'Vi rnrrd." FrrnrtRlltg 9Mltt!l CMtt in! l. atV Pmr mwnahie fee afttr roa ar cured. Will TE US. DH. STtT rtO0 SMITIRIUM 360 frinklia Ait. Sktlbwlla, lad. CREAM TO WHIP BAKED HAM (Cooked Done) HOME MADE BREAD. POTATO CHIPS Phone 292. HADLEY BROS. Woctd Yon Keep Your Plants frail Freezing You ran keep fire over nUrbt. and have the Ptovu burn ui two or three hours the next inornlntf with the fuel put in the night before. Tilts ts Msltile with Cole's Original Hot Blast Stove, btfause It la ABSOLUTELY AIB-TIUUT. liillke tho ordinary stovt. its construction n-iiulres no putty to make seams and joint luti proor against coal or wood proof against air-leaks. Hums bolt coat, hard Hassenbusch 50S-507 Main SI. 21 aTlafcl Lest Yon Torget Take Blackburn's Castor-Oil-PIlls. Delightfully active. Never gripe, physic, Tonic, purifier. 10c, 25c Druggists. Pennsylvania LINES LAST OF THE SEASON. Saturday Excursion to Chicago. $3.00 Round Trip from Richmond. Excursion train leaves 10:30 p. m., Oct. 19th, 1907. Jamestown Exposition Daily excursions to Norfolk Tour of East with Stop-overs Pittsburgh New York Harrisburg Boston Baltimore . Philadelphia Washington Richmond and other points. Go One Route Return Another. Through sleeper to Norfolk, via Columbus and Norfolk & Western R'y, leaves every day at 4:53 p. m. Indiana Day at the Exposition is Oct. 11th. Northwest West Southwest SPECIAL REDUCED FARES For Particulars Call on C. W. ELMER. Ticket Agent Ingenuity, under the direction of Dr. Joseph Farrell, G. T. C. E ILLUSTRATED SONG Cal Lank ert, "Dear Old Stars and Stripes, Goodbye." F ROYER AND FRENCH In their comedy act, "Johnny's VisiL" G THE CAMERAGRAPH Showing, "Saved From the Wreck." a n n ic afA 4 nreat a Dream," i,e "Nymph of the Sea accomparrlby a paid 30c ticket. at West4 -iarmacy. )