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THE RICII3IOND PALLADIUM AND SUN-TELEGRAM, TUESDAY, JANTARY 14, 190S.
two. A GAY DON JUAN WIELAND SHOWN TO BE IN TRIAL Prosecution Pictures Defend ant in Terms Which Placed The Man in Very Unfavora ble Light Among Jurymen. "The Girl Question" at the Gennett on Thursday Night j cannon Wll and a large wheel in nart.s ' , T Tk JTWT t 'of his performance. The illustrated t RlHl I HI Pi III TO :song this wetk is "In the WHuwood ! vWll J X XA. A. M.J IV LANDLORD AND CLERK CONVICTED ON CHARGE. Hearing Broke Record for the City Court, Lasting Until After Ten O'clock Last Night. II Irani Wielaml, proprietor of the New Windsor hotel, and Frank Snow, his niKlit clerk, were found guilty this morn ins of keoninc a house of ill fame. Wieland waa iimd L'S.". and fame. Wielaml was fined and. 6now was lined .rH with no costs. Js'either defendant will have to pay the costs of the firht trial. The case has been appealed to J ho circuit court. The second trial of Wieland and 6now was a record breaker for the city court. The hearing ul the case start ed about S::' o'clock yesterday morn ing, and it. was not until lo. ." o'clock last night that it. went to the tired and uleepy-looking jurymen". About. !:.': o'clock this morning, the jury, after an alt iiitfht vigil, reached a verdict. They then curled up on chairs in the council chamber and slept until break fast time, after which they filed into the court and reported their verdict. Yesterday was spent in the examina tion, of witnesses. The defense did not call upon Airs. Mary llowtlel and the local young man. who was arrested with her last week in room 1'."., as wit nesses. At the first trial this pair gave testimony for the defense which proved of great assistance to the pros ecution. The state made a most damaging case against the -two defendants, who. when they were placed on the witness Btond yesterday afternoon made poor impressions ou the jurymen. In the morning a womju. who was formerly employed at t lie hotel, stated that Wie land had attempted to make a date for her with a traveling man who was ex pected to be a guest at the hotel with in a few days. In the afternoon an other woman employe of the hotel tes tified that Wielaml had made insult ing proposals to her and that when Mrs. Wielund. who is the house-keeper of the hostelry, rebuked her for being so slow in her work, she informed Mrs. Wieland that all the girls who work-j ed at. the New Windsor could do bet ter if Wieland would have them alone, the woman stated that because of thia trunk statement a scene between Mr. nd Mrs. Wielaml ensued. Testimony Was also introduced that Wieland had tried to influence one of the women employes to have men visit her at the hotel, offering to provide her with a room if she would do this. Altogeth er, the testimony introduced by the State showed Wieland up in the light of a gay Don Juan. In his own defense Wielaml attempt ed to cast a reflection upon the story Of the woman who testified that Wie land had trbd to make a date for her with a traveling man. by stating she hnl been discharged from the hotel for stealing. The state counteracted this testimony by introducing evidence that, the woman bad taken articles from the notel because Wieland had refused to pay her her wages. Wie land also testified that he had always given the most careful instruct ions j that no persons of doubtful character should be admitted to ihe hotel and that he had instructed his wife never to employ help who appeared to lie of loose character. Mrs. Wieland. who is a. cripple, testified in behalf of her hus band and stated that she bad never quarreled with him because of bis al leged misconduct, with women employ ees. About five o'clock yesterda.v, rrose.ni tor Jessup started into his ar gument and he made a most powerful impression niton the jury. Attorney B. C Robbing followed for the defend ants and he made a gallant defense. Mr. Bobbins talked for two hours and forty-five minutes. Mr. Jessup closed the argument for the state. tjtfhfc J3iwx'ttL rs&fXjr Where the Blue Bells Grow." sung by Miss Ethel O'Couuell. and the camera graph shows two amusing motion pic tures. "The Experiences of Cab IT"." and a metropolitan tire department in j action, showing first a patade and J next the resuor.se to ail alarm of tire, j At. the matinee of Wednesday there j will he souvenirs for the ladies and on i Friday night the amateurs are invir. : ed to apptar. Saturday the usua Cial Il.a'il.u' wiil be given for the I dren. Coughs, colds and grippo axe now ! prevailing generally, and. let-aue ; treatment U delayed, f reiuently de ! velop coDtUfliptio'n and caue death. ! Dr. Bull's ! Cough Syrup I is the verv t-est cure fvr cold and i coughs as so inaiiv of the sufferen i st""-! wh' mi'ht have pone to au early j ihil-iKrave pratefnllv acknowledge, t'on- j sumption can le pn-vented by taking j lr. luu 3 Cough pyrup la time. Low Round Trip Winter Tourist Rates To Florida Points Yia The C. C. & L. R. R. Return Limit June 1, 1908 STATE STOCKMEN FEAR TAX INCREASE ! rrriar Bottle "Vreel I j j S We h-ivo !. ihit? eoi ftd-tice in frPti'!' r C Sj rap an t t . nviii'-e y.Mi tt4t it I S v.lU-ure. we will r;ii u trial l--tle Xre c ) t" all wli Will writ u and B;e!-:i-n tl; I Miss Mary Stubbs Is Having Trouble in Getting Statistics. TAKE NO SL'BSTITLTI:. Insist eu huviatf Ir ituli's '.'UKh byrun. I. i iv t eitfr-.rr.vf.t with sulsiaut.-. t'se It. buil's Syrup i cht e!T ;lt neverd- iil i.'inls. Tik-o i i-. tad l.Pc a Kttle. -Ir. BuH's Couch Syrup can te tifn tth rrtrrt safety to the yoanrst child. It I at (..Mutely pure. iuarntr4 under lh NtlJou Pure l uvd and VrufS Act; kcrial No. 2Z0. SENSATIONAL MUSICAL COM EDY SUCCESS WILL BE PRESENTED TO A RICHMOND AUDIENCE. FIGHT SHY OF REPORTS. FAIR WOMEN CAUSE POOR BOWL SCORES IN RICHMOND-EATON GAME Bowlers of Both Teams Were Paralyzed by the Beautiful Smiles of the Still More Beautiful Women Hunts Won All Four Games Played Return Date at Eaton. tends not only to story and treatment, hut also includes types of character. In this work will he found quite a number of these personages. The hero on bis graduation begins to carve out liis career in life and quick ly proves himself a rather energetic artist in the carving way. A start which at once- enlists attention from the sentimental side is his falling in love. In the ordinary stao work this comes in at a much more subsequent phase of the proceedings, but Mr. Ade likes to make new departures, and in this case has not neglected his lik-inir. BELIEVE THAT IT IS A SCHEME TO INCREASE TAXATION AMONG THE FANCY BREEDERS OF IN DIAN A 2.000 OWNERS. FRISCO GRAFTERS PROTECTEDFIGHT TRUST Get $18,000 According to Fig tires Made Public. To Jacksonville To Lu tuna - . . To De Laud . . To Miami . . . . To Oi iaudo 41.6:. To Palm Beach M w To IVr.sa-jola r..;0 To Si Augustine "s "C To Sauiord 4?. Zr. T Tampa vt". To Havana. Cuba 7 .r-.t For rates lo additional poia's aad other iiifonnatioii. call C A Home Tel. llLAlK, V J0e' & T. A . Kkknujti.' WESTBOUND. C, U. & L. R. R. EASTEOJND. The Hunt bowling team is accept ing little credit for its victory over an Eaton, )., team last evening. Very poor scores were made throughout the contest. This was due to two reasons. The pins were new and broke badly for both teams, an unusually large number of splits predominating. The other reason attributed for the poor bowling was a slight nervous effect created by the presence of such a large number of spectators, particular ly the women. Four games were play- j Gregg, Baylor. ed, the Hunts winning all, by from 40 to 113 pins. Tonight, the Hunts go to Eaton for a return game. The game will bo play ed on a pair of home made alleys which are about nine feet short of regulation and on which the Eaton team professes to xi invincible. The Hunts will of course be handicapped by the unusual conditions but intend to put up a hard fight. The teams line up last evening: Hunts B. Marl iu, J. Martin, Parry'. Hunt, Carman. Eaton Farr, Appleby, Shephard, Miss Mary Stubbs, chief of the In diana bureau of statistics, is having some difficulty in gathering informa tion in regard to pure bred live block iu Indiana. The breeders of such stock, it seems, have tl e idea that in formation -which is bent in by them will be used as a part f a scheme to increase their taxes, l or this reason many are slow iu filling out the blanks which have been distributed by the bureau. The plan of gathering statistics on pure bred live stock was first consid ered at. the meeting last year of the In- ADE PLAY WILL BE SEEN AT THE GENNETT NEXT WEDNESDAY NIGHT. "The Girl Question." Frank Adams and Will Hough, the authors of the book and .lyrics of "The ('ill Question," the sensational musi cal comedy success of the year in Chi cago, are the authors of three of the greatest theatrical successes of the past three years, though curiously enough, they have never had a play produced except at the LaSalle thea- 'diana Live Stock 1 breeders associa tre, Chicago. Both were students at tion. At that time a committee was the University of Chicago theatre, appointed to confer with the state sta Chicago. Both were students at the tistieian on the subject. Miss Stubbs University of Chicago when they declares there is no plan to use this wrote "The Umpire," which ran 204 information in any taxation scheme, times at the LaSalle. The following -The bureau has obtained the names year they turned out "The Time, the of more than 20,000 persons owning or Place and the Girl," which ran 453 breeding pure bred stock, eho said, times at that theatre, and this year , "and letters and blanks have been they produced "The Girl Question," ' sent to these owners, but the respon which has already passed the 250th ses have been slow. The prevailing performance there, and whose gross idea that it is a scheme to increase receipts up to date are slightly in ex- the farmers' taxes has kept many from cess of those of "The Time, the Placo replying, but the individual report will and the Girl." The road company, or- be confidential and only the totajs for ganized by the Askin-Singer Com pany, began its season on Christmas Day, just as did its predecessor last year, and comes here to the Gennett on Thursday night with an all-star east of principals, headed by Paul Nichol son and Angevine Norton and a chor us of pretty girls. Scene From Just Out of College," a Production by Indiana's Playw right. Famous Vaudeville at the Phillips. Selection of the Four Sullivan, sing ers and dancers, as headliners on the vaudeville bill at the New Phillips this week was a fortunate one as they have proven in the two performances al ready given that they are well suited to refined vaudeville. Their singing and dancing is of a high grade and free from anything that is in the least suggestive or coarse, and in this re spect all the more pleasing to the pa trons. The Four Sullivans are all men. all about the same size, all dress alike and look alike. Their dancing is done with hard soled shoes. Thev were enthusiastically recalled. Lew Simonds and company, a team appear ing in black face, have a pleasing stunt, chiefly dialogue in which there is opportunity for much that is of an amusing nature. They sing and pla.v the. banjo as well. A feature of the eccentric comedy sketch put on by Karl and Lee is the playing of the harp by Miss lee and the violin by Mr. Earl. M. Williams, cowboy jug-i gler, is different, from the rest in this line in some respects, chiefly iu that'i.,. he each breed in each county of the state will be given. For this reason we are particularly; anxious that every one should take active interest in this matter, so that, when the report is published, each county will make the proper showing. When completed a copy of this book is as much the prop erty of one breeder as another and will be mailed on request." San Francisco. Ca!.. Jan. 1 I.- Ti first definite figures of the amount put up by the San Francisco "light trust" for protection have been given out by the graft prosecution. They are taken from the testimony given by Abe liuef when he made his confession last Sep tember. Ruef received ."Moon from Grauey. Of this sum, which had been subscrib ed in equal portions by Graney. t'of froth. Willie Briit. and Mortis Levy, Kuef paid Gallagher :.mh. to be di vided equally among the supervisors, and S4..rM to Schmitz. retaining ."H.rxni for himself. It developed subsequently that Gal lagher held out . on eac h of seven teen supervisors and paid them only $175. Ruef was out on the deal for he was afterwards compelled to re- Lt. Chicago. Lv. Peru . . , . Marion.. M uncle . Rlcbm'd Cln'tl 6:35 p in. Lv Lv At. No.l am. dS:35 12:60 1:44 2:41 4 05 No.3 No.31 No.S-5 p.m. am. im. 9 20 8:33 S 2:05 4:40 2: 5:37 3:57 6:43 5:1b 8 05 7:30 10:25 am. p.m. 5V ' 8:19 9 15 No.2 No.4 Nc.S: No.6 4 a m. p.m. a.m. Lt. Cln'tl ...d8.40 9.00 s8:40 p.m. Lt. Rlchm'd. 13:55 11:22 19.55 Z.M Lv. Muncle.. 12:17 12:45 12:17 8:03 Lv. Marlon ..1:19 i:44 1:1 9:00 L. ieru 2:25 2:45 2:25 10.00 Arr. Chicago 6:40 7:00 9:20 7:00 p.m. a m. p m. a.ra. 'Dally, d Dally Except Sunday. -Sunday Only. Through Vestlbuled Tralna between Chicago and Cincinnati or our own ralla. Double daily service. Through Sleepers on trains Not. 3 and 4 be turn $.". nh to Britt under a threat ol !twcea chicaco and Cincinnati. Local eleeper between Muncle. Marlon. Pe ru and Chicago, handled In trains No. 5 and 6. between Muncle and Peru, thenee trains Kos. 3 aad 4. between Peru and Chicago. exposure. Each ot the tour metnoers of the fight trust put up $.". so some one must have held out $2,000. As money was paid to Graney by the members of the trust, and by him to Ruef, it looks as if it was up to Graney. Have yoti noticed the improved serv ice to Chicago via the C, C. & L.? Through sleeper leaves Richmond at 11:15 P. M. daily, arrives iu Chicago St 7:00 A. M. Try it. aprG-tf How She Felt. Stella So you kissed the young par ton in the dark hall, thinking it was your brother? You must have felt awfully cheap when you discovered yoor mistake. Mabel Cheap! Whjr. I felt like a Friday remnant at a Mon day bargain sale. Chicago News. Foreign. Doctor (after careful examination) Some forelffn autetanee is lodged U your eye. Dennis Oi snowed tit! Thafs what 01 git f'r wurrukm' wid them Frenchmen: Illustrated Bits. Hi Views. "What are your views on currenc.r?" BPted the busy citizen. "Mostly sad and reminiscent." an swered the man who had been to tli races. Washington Star. CHIC LITTLE ACTRESSES WOULD MEET LOCAL GIRLS' BASKET BALL TEAM Through Their Advance Agent, Pretty Maids of "The Girl Question" Have Issued a Challenge to the Local Fol lowers of the Exciting Sport. To Her Credit. Miss riggs Yes, he said you didn't show your age Miss I'assuy The idea! The impu dence of bim Miss Diggs Why, I'd call that a compliment. It simply proves how skillful you've been in concealing it. Philadelphia Press. Important to Him. An old lady was telling her grand children about some trouble in Scot land in the course of which the chief of her clan was beheaded. "It was nae great thing of a head, to be sure," said the good old lady, "but it was a sad loss to him." Soft. "Should a man shave up or down?" asked a youthful city clerk, and the barber replied with a grin: "That depends. When I shave you, for Instance, I always shave down." Telephonic communication lias been established between a number of Aus tralian farms by means of wire fences. It has been found easy to converse with a station eight miles distant by means of instruments connected on tha wire fences. Several stations are thus connected. C. A, BLAIR, P. T. A., Richmond, Ind. The trade of Canada for the twelve mouths ended September 1!"7. to taled in import s ::;::. f.7.V.o7. au in crease of $0,1.";I over the corres ponding ieriod ended September VK i:7. If sick hair only ached as sick teeth do, there would be very few bald people in the world. ,VThy be kind to your teeth and mean to your hair? Ayer'a Hair Vigor . , . keeps well hair well. Cures sick hair. If your doctor approve, then use Ayer v v.;, a v.:, ,.!. Hair Vigor. Heks the bed treat. Feeds, ir. A hair-food, tbair. mmf for your hair. Tru,t him. medicine, a hair-tonic. Sick Hair Chicago passengers using C, C. & gives the turn a c owboy dressing, j central) He uses guns, daggers, broadaxes. a J located. trains land at l"th street (Illinois Station; most conveniently RememUr this. 6-tf COLISEUM Skating every Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday, morning, afternoon and evening. WEDNESDAY EVENING, JAN. 15 Summitvillc vs. Richmond Amatuer Game 7:30. Big Game 8:30 Admission 15c to all parts of the house. "The $l,buu Beauty Broilers." who appear here in "The Gill Question" at the Gennett Thursday, would Irke to meet the girls' high school basket ball team iu a game of basket ball to be played Thursday afternoon. These lit tle "broilers," ten in number, are playing girl high school basket, ball teams in a number of the cities in which the "Girl Question" appears. and are anxiosti to meet Ute Richmond! team. In some way the fame of the local aggregation of uirl ball tossers i has gotten to the ears of the show j girls and they are anxious to demon-! strate to the satisfaction of themsel- ves and RiehnHmd people that the j high school girls cannot play basket ball a good as they think. The "broil- crs" are exceedingly quick, due of course to their dancing training, and they are practically tireless from the ! same cause, so that no matter how ' fast and furious the game goes they are apparently as fresh at its end as ; t they were at its beginning. Despite ; Avoid multiplicity of business. The j the fact that none of thee girls are; man of one thing Is the man of sue over five feet two inches tall, and the ces. Edwards. .heaviest weighs less then 125 pounds,: they are playing any and all girl teams no matter what their weight and size may be. The local high school team would outweigh them. The "broilers' know this, but despite the fact, they are convinced that they can win. and they are anxious for the game. Amusements A HARPIST INCLUDED IN THE PROGRAM AT THE NEW PHILLIPS THIS WEEK. I THEATRICAL CALENDAR. NEW PHILLIPS. Week of Jan. 13 Vaudeville. GENNETT. Jan. 15 "Just Out of College." Jan. 16 "The Girl Question. Jar. 18 "The Missouri Girl." inee and right.) Week of Jan. .?0 Taylor Stock Co. Jan. 27 "Tempest and Sunshine. Jsn. 31 "Under Southern Skies." (Mat- an 1 a"a MBBAU TfWTIV m v. Laxative JJromo Qainice CfcJs on every 2 "Just Out of College." George Ade's latest contribution to the stage has its first local perform ance the coming Wednesday night at the Gennett. Mr. Ade has struck a fresh lead, in bi3 comedies that ci- set 0 -si Ira Swisher Manager GENNETT THEATRE One Night, Wednesday, January 15th RAH-RAH-RAH ! JUST OUT OF COLLEGE Geo. Ade Prices 25c, 50c, 75c and $1.00 Seats at West colt Pharmacy. A Comedy Set to Music by Author of "The College Widow' t GENNETT THEATRE Ira Swisher Manager One Night, Thursday, Jan. 16 o MISS LEO the Team of Earl and Leo, Botn Pla$ and Sings. Most phenomenal of all musical comedy Eucccsect by the authors of "The Time, the Placo and the Girl." All Star Cast including "The $1,'") Beauty Broilers." 10 Sons Hits. 09 Kah'.inatins Girls. Prices T.Oc to fl.-r0. Seat at Wetftcott Pharmacy. THE NEW PHILLIPS VAUDEVILLE THEATRE O. G. MURRAY, Lessee. WEEK OF JANUARY 13. Daily at 3:00 and from 7:30 to 10:15 Continuously. A OVERTURE Miss Eva Hazitlne. . E ILLUSTRATED SONG Misa B. ERLE AND LEO Eccentric! Ethel O'Connel, In the Wild wood Comedy Sketch. C M. WILLIAMS Cowboy Juggler. D. LEW SIMONDS &. CO., Comedy playlet. Where the Bluebells Grow." F THE FOUR SULLIVANS Sink ing and Dancing Act. G .THE CAM E RAG RAP H- Latest Motion Pictures. Special Matinee each Saturday; children. Z cents; souvenirs at Wednes day's matinee. General admission, 10c. Reserved eeats at nipht, 5c extra. Amateurs Friday night Tho&e wisbins to appear, apply at box oSice. V