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THE RICHMOND PALLADIUM AND SUN-TELEGRAM, TUESDAY, DECEMBER 10, 1907.
PAGE THREE. m ?( 'iT Our holiday display is now complete, and hundreds of Christmas shop pers are visiting our store daily. Prices and values such as never be fore shown in Richmond. Sterling and Plated Ware, Cutlery, Lamps, Silver, Copper and Brass Hollow Ware, Art Brass Goods and Toys of every description. Open mornings, afternoons and evenings. CERTIFICATE HOT A RANK F ORG BY Mae Woods, Who Claims Sen ator Piatt Married Her Presents Document. WRITING BEING EXAMINED. when I was induced to take a trip abroad. It was while I was away that the senator's engagement to Mrs. Jane way was announced. T was robbed of most of my letters, but 1 managed to scvo a few in addition to the marriage certificate, which I had left with my guardian, Mr. Bell, at Colon. Mich. " MAKING ART OP LOVE- ESSENTIAL IT IS SAID "WHO WAS THE MINISTER?" THIS QUESTION IS PUZZLING THE MINDS OF NEW YORK AUTHORITIES. Some of the best known handwriting experts in the country have been en gaged to study what purports to be u certificate of marriage on Nov. l. I'.ntl, of Senator Thomas ('. l'lalt and Mac Wood. -Senator l'lalt has declared that the certificate is a forgery and bis lawyers obtained access to it by order of the court in which Mae Wood is suing for a divorce. The experts have been furnished with photographic copies of the certifi cate and with samples of the handwrit ing of both parties to the suit. The experts are still studying the name "Edward W. Uiee." signed to the certificate as the minister who per formed the alleged ceremony. It. is Apparently in a different handwriting from any other on the certificate, and there does not appear to be any at tempt at disguise. Mae Wood profess es to be as ignorant of thje identity of the minister as she is regarding the witness Jpnes. "I first saw the marriage certificate," said Mae "Wood, "on the day of my marriage at the Fifth Avenue hotel. I had been directed by I'latt in a letter to go to room No. Lis. which adjoined bis suit, and wait for him. He brought the witness and the minister with him. There was no one else present. There was a connecting door between my voom and the Senator's suite, and aft er the ceremony we aM walked out in to his sitting room. " It was just about dusk. On the liigh. old-fashioned desk which stood in IMatt's room was the marriage certifi cate form, filled out in part. I do not l;now who wrote it. The minister signed his name in my presence and then the mysterious Jones' signed as (i witness. Senator Tlatt placed the certificate in my hands and the two other men left the apartments. The senator asked me to keep the marriage peoret for political reasons and I con sented. "After my marriage I remained in "Washington until the summer of J'.KK. Illinois Town Pedagogues Will Teach It in Schools. PARENTS MAKE PROTEST. Greenfield, HI., Dec. 10 War has been declared in this village on Prof. II. G. Russell, superintendent, of the high school here, for introducing tho art of love making into the school cur riculum. Parents of some of the pu pils in the senior class of the high sv.o;l declare they do not. want their children's thoughts turned so early to love. Prof. Russell and his wife, who is his assistant, say they will stick to their colors and see the experiment through at any cost. A mixed organization of 23 pupils, 10 of whom are girls, constitute the first class to receive formal instruc tions in courtship. The instruction will be chiefly through a study of the literature of love. The instruction will be defensive as well as offensive, and a girl is expected to learn how to promise to he a sister to her suitor in case she rejects his proposal. The boys will pick up incidental hints on how to elude persistent young women with mistaken ideas about affinities, but it. is not probable that Bernard Shaw will be consulted for advice on this point. MARTIAL LAW BE PROCL MAY 1 Situation in Tobacco Districts Of Kentucky Seem to Demand It. Amusements THEATRICAL CALENDAR. GROWERS MAKE PLEDGE. TOBACCO CROP TO BE CUT SHORT DURING THE YEAR OF 1908 BE CAUSE OF AGREEMENT REACH ED NOT TO GROW IT. NEW PHILLIPS. Week of Dec. 9 Repertoire. GENNETT. Dec. 12-13 "School tor Scandal." 'Week of Dec. 16 Elite Stock Co. Week of Dec. 23 Van Dyke-Eaton Co. Dec. 30. Ezra KendaM. Jan. 6 "The Time, the Girl and the Place." Jan. 9 "Our New Minister." Jan. 11 "The Girl of the Golden West." Jan. 16 "The Girl Question." Lexington. Ky.. Dec. 10.- Liefore to night has passed, it is expected that martial law will be proclaimed in j Trigg and Christian counties, tho j scenes of the recent tobacco raider j outrages and that civil law will give ; place to the military. County Judge j James Breathitt of Hopklnsville went I to Frankfort Monday night to consult. I with Governor Beckham and Gover nor-elect Willson, who was Inaugurat ed today, concerning the sending of more soldiers to protect the town, where the nightraiders destroyed $200,000 worth of property Saturday morning. Governor Beckham Monday refused Judge Breathitt's remiest for more troops and Monday night the personal request was made of both executives. Beckham Suggests Posse. The governor suggested to Judge Breathitt that posses of citizens might "True Kentuckian be formed if Company D found Itself Government Spy Repertoire at the Phillips. Two audiences of good size, and es pecially so considering the unfavor able weather, attended the opening performances of the Royal Stock com pany at tho New Phillips Monday af ternoon and night. Tn the afternoon the company presented "Girl from the West" and at night "Man of Power," and both proved pleasing. In Loth performances there was a liberal amount of comedy. In addition to the plays the company has a numher of specialties, which are used between the acts. The company carries its own band and orchestra. In the list, of specialties are the following: Whitey Holnian, black face comedian; Curtis and Curtis, monologue, song and dance artist; Burt Southern, com edy acrobat, and Mack Brothers, dan cers. The plays as so far arranged for the remainder of the week are as follows: Tuesday night, "True Ken tuckian"; Wednesday afternoon, "Mar ried Bachelor"; Wednesday night, "Way Out West"; Thursday afternoon Thursday night, Saturday after- MISS MAUDE! MAY BE WITH HUSBAND Mystery Still as to Where abouts of Millionaire's Daughter. SHE ELOPED RECENTLY. 'TIS SAID YOUNG WIFE GREW RE MORSEFUL WHILE CROSSING ATLANTIC AND RETURNED TO HER HUSBAND PENITENT. You grow strong, blood pure, nerves steady, cheeks red and rosy, you are well and happy again after taking Hol lister's Rocky Mountain Tea. Give it a trial. 3o cents. Tea or Tablets. A. G. Luken & Co. Her First Birth. Black Sarah was busily employed bout our northern kitchen, remarked a prominent housekeeper, when I had occasion to go out there and by way of being pleasant said: "You are from the south, are you not. Sarah?" "Law, ye, miss!" was the answer. "Born in the south?" I continued. "Originally bawn in Richmond, miss." was the astonishing reply. Reader Magazine. unable to cope with the situation. noon- Falsstaff l;p-to-date ; Saturday The officers and posse have fought a n,ht "Deadwood Dick." The Royal running battle with the raiders, dur- company has scenery and costumes ing which two were killed and others in keeping with each of the produc hurt. The names of the dead could tion3 that ifc Puts on not. be learned. " 1 The raiders were chased into Trigg county by the posse and just before the line was reached the fight took place. Four posse nen were wound ed but not seriously. Several of the raiders are believed to have been wounded as a bloodstained handker chief and other articles were found by the pursuers. If martial law is proclaimed, as ex pected, it will be the first time since I the civil war that such a state of af- ! fairs has existed. Governor Beckham has offered a re ward of S500 each for the capture of the raiders and Governor-elect Will son was expected to take similar ac tion as soon as he is inaugurated to day. People of Hcnkinsville uro FAILS TO SUPPORT AND COURT RULES Restraining Order Against Paying Lee Robinson. i New pop I have noticed that babies always have very open countenances. Oktpop Yes. especially about mid night. Brooklyn Life. The circuit court Monday issued a restraining order preventing the P., C, C. & St. L. railroad from paying $00 due Lee Robinson for services. This action was taken on the petition of badly frightened tonight and fear an- llis uife- Amanda Robinson. In the other attack on the citv. Tobacco Growers Met Today. SORE THROAT en lor hoarseness, hawking and spitting of bloody mucus and a ruw, sore feeling in the upper portion of the chest, take the best remedy at once Dr. Bull s Cough Syrup the most elTee- .-sa 'i' v'i nmuK fcoiu imoai, uronenuis, hoarseness and tho varied conditions leading up to chronic ailments. "burins; the last 20 vears I have used Dr. BuSI's Cough Syrup for common cold and grin in severe forms when the cough had become so hard that I coughed up blood and it has al ways afforded relief and c fleeted a cure." W P. Lluuie, Elko, S. C. 'THaMBcttfaFreeT t Cough Syrup and to convince you that it will , i dire, we will send atrial bottle fre to all who , I petition she states that Robinson left 'i her and the three children last Sep tember and sincp thpn lias fnil&H t,-i Today at Winchester, Ky., represen- s,llll)C,it them. Mrs. Robinson avers jtatives of the Burley Tobacco society, that her nnsband is a habitual drunk from every county in that state met ard aud that he has frequently cruellv aim oiscueu me situation. l lie treated her and the children. ward fixed the price ou the samples "? tobacco sent them from the various "ounties by assorting and grading the obacco. At the same time they dis cussed the matter as to whether or not any crops of tobacco should be j raised next year. With the exeep-i lions of four tobacco growers in Ken- j ton county, all have pledged themsel ves not to grow any tobacco in 190$. Those not inclined to do that are be ing asked to come over to the associa tion. .There are about 50 acres of to bacco about Fiskburg in Kenton coun ty that has not been pledged. There the sentiment against the buyers has She asks that he pay her $30 and that the amount owed Robinson by the railroad company be paid over to her. Robin son owns property in Eminence, Ky. He now lives in Indianapolis. New York, Dee. 10. Interest was added yesterday to the complications surounding Helen Maloney's elope ment with the Englishman Samuel F. Clarkson by a statement attributed to Arthur II. Osborne, her youthful hus band. At the recent Yale-Princeton football game at Xew Haven Osborne, surrounded by friends, was merciless ly chaffed over the loss of his bride. Turning upon his tormentors, Osborne Is alleged to have said: "Well, boys, I've got her now, and what Is more to the purpose, I mean to keep her." This declaration was made public, yesterday, simultaneously with the circulation of a report that Helen Ma loney and Osborne were together in this city and that the bride's million aire father, Martin Maioney, had in stituted a suit to annul their marri age. It is said that Mr. Maloney heartbroken over the situation in which his daughter has placed the family seeks to end it absolutely and regain control of the girl. He is said to be as eager to put Os borne out of his daughter's life as he was to end her romance with Clark son. William J. Fanning, Mr. Malon ey's lawyer, when seen talked evasive ly as to the reported suit to annul the Osborne marriage. But he was em phatic in denial of the report that Miss Maloney is still abroad and in the hands of "marriage conspirators" who are demanding large sums for her release. "That story is absolutely false," said Mr. Fanning; "Miss Maloney is !n this country and her whereabouts is known to her father." Mr. Osborne could not be found last night, but an acquaintance quoted him as having said: "Helen repented before she reach ed London with Clarkson and return ed to me by the next steamer." TENDERED RESIGNATION ASPOLICEGOMMISSIOHER E. K. Shera Will Probably Lo cate in the South. APPOINTED BY GOVERNOR. E. K. Shera who left Tuesday for Florida where he will probably locate, tendered his resignation as a member of the local Imard of metropolitan po lice commissioners to Governor Man ly. Mr. Shera only served, a short time as a police commissioner, but he made a good record while in office. It is not known who his successor will be. It will probably be some time be fore Governor Hanly appoints a new commissioner. The value of silence is demonstrated by the fact that the man who savii nothing doesn't have to take It back Philadelphia Record. iHairHeb If you cannot be handsome, be as hand some as you can. Every human bein has legal right to good looks. Know of nnv. I tnmgtnatcontnbutesmoretoit thanasnin. Your doctor will tell y juit why we dld hea.d of hair? Ayer's Hair Vigor keeps use sulphur, glycerin, etc., etc.. in the nair soft a"d smooth, makes it grow Ayer'tHairVifor. Ask him about it ' ster. Does not color the hair. ? c- 7" ?-. IowBlf. Htm. It's a Mighty Big Help to the housekeeper occasionally or all the timeto have Ihe baking of bread, pies, cakes, etc.. done "out side." especially when she knows and can rely upon the baker. We offfr our services in this respect, perfectly confident of our ability to please and satisfy. 7tjiccl0P'c BAKERY and fjWlSMcl 3 RESTAURANT 908 Main St. Phone 1656. Satisfaction for the whole family is not so hard to obtain If the customary beverage is Richmond Export beer. If you hav not tried i1 do so at once (best way is to ordc: a case this day) and you'll find that it tastes pood and is good, tested by all pure beer etand- 41.1 US. Minck Brewing Co. Cured of Bright's Disease Mr. Robert O. Burk Elnora, X. Y., writes: "Before I started to use Fo ley's Kidney Cure I had to get up from twelve to twenty times a night, and 1 1 was all bloated up with dropsy and my eyesight was so impaired I could scar-1 cely see one of my family across the niiuu. x nau ifu u nope or living.! when a friend recommended Fniv's ' rrown strong: in the last few weeks Kidney Cure. One 50 cent bottle ;.iHi it is claimed tne buyers are be- work?d wonders and h.for T t,i- i;u e'esely watched. en the third bottle the dropsy had I gone, as well as all other svmntoms The Indians who live by the Amazon ; of Bright's disease." A. G. Luken & river use a long blowpipe to shoot Co birds. The Dine is a niece of Dalm DON'T RIIV A SIIRSTTIITPIHanOJ..i. i...n.. . HnealwaySivesW reV Incision 1 l v :t is e be ma,KaU: pbMHUly pure Uuaramccvl uadcr tn raUoiwi fun Food an4 Druga Act. Serial No. 226. , cane with the pith pushed out of its center. The blowers develop extraor dinary lung power and are able to briu.sr dowu their Tktims from great height. Have you noticed ttie improved serr Ice to Chicast. via the C. C. & L? Through sleeoer leaves Richmond at 11:15 P. M daily, arrives ia Chicago lit 7:60 A. M. Try it- - . apr6-ti -1 - Ml WONDERS OF ELECTRICITY! APPENDICITIS Now cured without an operation. Also urinary and sexual maladies of men and women cured in the privacy of their own homes by this new direct current svstem. Far superior to ! any electric belt. M and CETORI BLACK Him i a in iiicms GREEN Have the Maximum of Strength and Flavor ONE TEASPOONFUL MAKES TWO CUPS. Loose or in Sealed Packets. All Grocers (Published by authority of the India and Ceylon Commissioner.) Filling the Lungs by the continuous direct errrent cures any curable case of throat and lung trouble. Call on, or write J. Charles, 24 S. 13th St.. 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