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THE RICII310ND PAIjLADIUJI AND SUN-TELEGKA31, TUESDAY, DECEMBER 24, 1907. . .y me eay 1 j' I Christmas Eve I jj I 2" the time of Santa Claus the fire place, the stockings and fi- 1 fi fill I p the Christmas tree. Let's make a Merry Christmas of it, lufw Ij J'A Ijj fPr all the merrier for appropriate remembrances. We have If. ) I I p"' pil them, everything for everybody, nothing cheap, but not ex- 1 I if lUi' SHOPPING CURE FOR THE INSANE Physician Says Bargain Rush Helps Reason. TESTS SHOW GOOD RESULT MRS UN BURIED Mother of Dona, Once Accused Laid to Last Rest. St. Louis, Mo., Doc. '2. Shopping as a contributory moans of treating iu pauity is in vogue at the St. Louis iu fcane asylum. Sixty women patients, suffering with hiild forms of mental diseases, are tak ing this novel course of treatment in ,the department stores during the busy uletide. One party of twenty women spent the greater part of today enjoying the outing, purchasing souvenirs for their friends and forgetting for the time the discipline of the big institution on Ar senal street. A like number will visit the stores later. These journeys back into the world ff the department stores and the ac tivities which all women enjoy began last Thursday. Two attendants were In charge of the shoppers. Their uni forms were left behind and they aban doned, as far as possible, all evidences of authority. Dayton. O.. Dec. 24. The funeral of Mrs. Leah Oilman was held from the home on Monday, on Hung stre-et. Rev. J. G. Huber. pastor of the Oak Street U. D. church and Rev. Seibert, pastor of the Luthoran church of Ger mantown, officiating. The remains were removed to Ger mantown and laid to rest beside those of Dona Gilman. the daughter, wnose cruel death at the hands of a fiend occurred little over a year asio. labor email of MILLION WORKER Building Trades Throughout United States To Be Form ed in Giant League. OPERATION PERFORMED Charles Martindale, Epileptic, Undergoes Ordeal. PROPOSED BY GOMPERS. The New Pure Food and Drug Law. We are pleaded to announce that Foley's Honey arid Tar for cougj. colds and lung troubles is not affected by the National Purs Food and Drug law as it contains no opiates or other harmful drugs, and ".ve recommend it as a safe remedy for children and adults. A. G. Luken it Co. Leaving Klcnmond 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. apr6 tf ConfMlons of a P&scfier. It's i,rrani sport, mister, the method of bringing "puss" to hand, but iu my hurubitt opiuiou it pales to the utmost iur-igninYance when vouipared with fer reting rabbits with pocket nets over their holes ou a moonlit night. The quiet, stealthy advance of the ferret, the nuiliie of the r.ii!iits underground sounding like distant thuuder. their si lent dah for liberty, with terror writ large hi their "bulging eyes, add of a nighttime a weirdness t the sport of which a inau with the slightest touch of romance iu his nature never tires of kipping.--Ftjf's Magazine. STRAUGHN, IND. Straughn. Ind., Dec. -Jt.-Dill Wad- idell came home Friday from Dayton, O.. to remain during the holidays. The Straughn school gave a cantata in the K. of P. hall Saturday night. Mios Goldie Moore, i. visiting her I sister at Muncie this week. i Mrs. Elvira Charles will spend Christmas with her daughter. Mrs. Leonard Hags-dale and family in An derson. Mr. and Mrs. Will Clayton and daughter Myrtle, will spend Christmas with their daughter. Mrs. Ed Reece and family in Richmond. Otto Huffman tame home Saturday from Kentucky to spend the holidays. UNDER NEW SCHEME LABOR CAN PROTECT ITSELF AGAINST THE ORGANIZATION OF EMPLOYERS WHICH IS SAID TO EXIST. Charles Martindale, an epileptic, and the young man from Knightstown who wandered from the Henry county infirmary and gave the officers a long search, being found at Kennard, was brought to Richmond. Monday and an operation will be performed in the hope of benefiting his condition. PRITCHARD VISITS DYING MOTHER He Will Go to Her Side, Christmas. DISCHARGED FROM NAVY. M1LLV1LLE. IND. Milvillo, Ind., Dec. 2 l.-L$ui ley Batchfield is still ill. A family reunion will be held at 'the home of Mr. and Mrs. John Wood Christmas day. Jake Hutchison of Hagerstown. was here over Sunday. Mr. James Laboyteaux has purchas ed the school hack. Mrs. John Hutchison is very ill with pneumonia. Mr. James Welker is ill. Mrs. Ormal Koontz of Indianapolis, was called to the bedside of her moth- last week. DR. A. B. PRICE MILTON, IND. The plan to put all the building trades throughout the couutry into one organization was formally adopted at the meeting of organized labor at the Central Federated Union Monday in New York. This plan was proposed uj uauiiici uuijJt i i-noiutii . i Feruon will American Federation of Labor, at se i Ma'-tinsviHe new organization will have a member ship of more than 1.WMX workers. Under this scheme a strike in one Milton. Ind.. Dec. 24. Mrs. Martha Stover has gone to Indianapolis to spend the holidays. Mr. and Mrs. Will Hicks are the par ents of a baby boy. Mrs. Maud Moran of Franklin, visit ed the family of her brother, Wm. Henry, last week. Emory Wolford. is home for the holidays from Indianapolis, where he jiis attending business college. Mrs. Frank Wallace and Miss Hazel return Tuesday from Mrs. Barbara Ferris entertained a family dinner party Sunday in honor of her son Paul's L'lst birthday anni- PALLADIUM WANT ADS. PAY Marion. O.. Dec. '24 Ensign Earl W. Pritchard. who wat dropped frontier, Mrs. John Hutchison the navy for eloping with Mrs. Coth cart, wife of a New York millionaire, will spend Christmas with his mother, who id dying of an incurable disease here. Pritchard is paid Lo have a let ter signed by the secretary of the navy showing that his resignation was ac cepted and he honorably discharged. HAGERSTOWN, IND. Mc-the si WESTBOUND. C, U. & L. R. R. Hagerstown. Ind.. Dec. 24. F. L Connaughey. who was called to bedside of his brother. David McCon- naughey, at Indianapolis, has returned L. and reports him as better. ; jt. Miss Hattie Cheesman 13 enjoying a ' Lt. week's vacation with her sister at Dublin. Miss Ethel Harter is supply- EASTBOJND. No.l No.3 No.31 No.3-5 , Indianapolis, are at agree to a settlement. The worker ,say that employers have an organiza tion of the same kind, and that they are simply following their tactics. Only One "BROMO QUININE," that b Laxative Rromo Quinine g Cures Cold In One Day, Crip in 2 Day s on every x. 22 FOUNTAIN CITY, IND. Fountain City. Ind., Dec. 24. Mr. j Lafe Mercer of Michigan, is spending the holidays with his parents. Mr. and Mrs. L. O. Anderson. Mrs. Morrison Clark, has just return ed from Centerville, where she has jbeen visiting her daughter, Mrs. John ; son. Mr. Sol Boren of Buffalo, N. Y., is here visiting Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Gar bcr. All business places here will bo closed Wednesday afternoon. Carrie Johnson and sou Lewis, the home of Wm. A. Bragg. Supt. C. H. Wood and Mrs. Wood are at Winchester for the holidays. Mrs. Ann Koshour and son Harry, and daughters. Mrs. Merrick and Miss Kate Hoshour will spend the holidays at. Blue Ash. Ohio, near Cincinnati, with Mr. and Mrs. Perry Yoorhees. Mrs. Mat Hubbell is visiting her daughter. Mrs. Lowry. at Cadiz, Ind. The Christian Sunday school is pre paring an elaborate cantata to be giv en Christmas night at Kinsey's hall. Miss Doda Wallace Is home from In diana university for holiday vacation. Miss Mable Burns, who teaches school in Rush county, is visiting her aunt. Mrs. Needham. Miss Gertrude Routh. of Cambridge City, was Mrs. Marie Beeson's guest Sunday. - - - Lt Richm'd place at the telephone ex-'Ar. Cln'tl 6:35 p m. p.m. 2 "i 8.10 9:35 lng her change. Thomas Benbow. w ho spent the sum mer with a eon at Kalamazoo. Mich., has returned and will ma-e his home until spring with his brother, Joe Bea bow and family. Mrs. W. E. Sommerville of Indian- i apolis, is visiting Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Roller and daughters, during the hol idays. Mr. tind Mrs. H. C. Te-etor. entertain ed the following Sunday at a four course turkey dinner: Mr. and Mrs. Henry Keagy, Mr. and Mrs. Adam Rowe. Mr. and Mrs. John Harris. Mr. and Mrs. M. T. Fox. Mr. and Mrs. Or phia Jones and daughters. Rita and Hilda. Mr. and Mrs. John Teetor. Ralph Teetor, eGorge Keagy, Miss Carrie Rowe, Hugh Nicholson of La fayette and Abe Teetor of Indianapo lis. Harry Richter is here from Chicago visiting bis father, Wm. Richter. a.m. p.m. am. Chicago. d8:35 9-30 8:35 Peru 12:50 2:05 4:40 Marion.... 1:44 2:59 5:37 Lv. Muncie .. 2:41 3:57 6:40 4 OS 5:15 303 7:30 1C::5 a zn. p.zc No.2 No.4 Nc.32 No.6-4 am. pm. a.m. .dS:40 9:00 aS:40 p.m 10:55 11:22 10:55 6:30 12:17 12:45 12:17 8:00 . 1:19 1:41 1:19 9:00 . 2:25 2:45 2:25 10:00 6:40 7:G0 9:20 7:00 p.o. a.m. pm- a.ra. D&iiy. d-Dally Except Sunday. e-Snnday Oni. Througli Vestlbuled Tralna between Chicago and Cincinnati o our own rails. Double dally aerrice. Through Sleepers on trains No. 3 and 4 be tween Chicago and Cincinnati. Local sleeper between Muncie. Marion, Pe ru and Chicago, handled in trains Nos. 5 and 6, between Muncie ana Peru, thence trains Nos. and 4. between Peru and Chicago. C. A. BLAIR. P. A T. A, ttlcsmond, Ind. DENTIST 14 and 15 The Colonial.. Phona 631 Idj Assistant. EASY PAYMENTS J.HASSENBUSCH Furniture, Carpets Stoves, Etc. 505-507 Main St., Richmond. Ind. Lt Lt Lv. Lv. Lt. Ait. Cln'tl . . Richm'd. Muncie. . Marlon . lJm . . . Chicago Christmas The Terre Haute, Indianapolis & Eastern Traction Co. EXCESS FARE ELIMINATED When buying tickets beyond INDIANAPOLIS To all points touched by Traction Lines in Indiana and Ohio. One Hundred and Fifty Pounds of Baggage Checked Free. Special SerT iee to Handle the Heavy Christmas Travel. THE BEST OF SERVICE 5 LIMITED TRAINS EACH WAY DAILY. For further Information inquire of local agent or address: ' " . ; C. S. KITCH. Dist. P. &. F. A., Indianapolis. Use Nyals' Winter Cough Remedy, WHITE PINE TAR. Contains no Alcohol, Chloro form or Opiates. 25c. QUIGLEY DRUG STORE 4th and Main.