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SUMMITVILLETEAM TAKEN IN TOW BY RICHMOND FIVE Game at the Coliseum Last Night Afforded Much Excite ment as It Was Scrappy And Interesting Throughout. FIRST CITY LEAGUE GAME OF SCHEDULE PLAYED. Kibbeys Scored Three Goals On Harrisons and Won Was Probably Better Than Reputed Stellar Event. The Richmond polo team devoured another bush league outfit last even ing at the Coliseum. Tho victim was I lie Summit ville aggregation and the teore wjih X to '2. Tho Kami! despite tho one-sided score was fast, scrappy and interest inj;. A pood sized crowd witnessed the con test and the fast work of the locals was cheered enthusiastically. Quig ley and Uarker on the rush line for the Quakers put up a splendid exhibition, darting in and out or the Summitville defense like comets. In the first period Summitville put up a desperate defense and it was not f until ten minutes of the inning had been played, that Richmond wan aide lo score. n the second period the defense of the visitors weakened and the locals shot the hall into the Sum rnitville goal four limes. The visit Dig succeeded in making their only two scores in this period. In the third period Barker counted twice and about two minutes before fhe close of the Rame Quigley drove a beauty into the nemy's goal nets. Summary: First Period. Richmond Quigley lon Second Period. Richmond Quigley :.-,o Richmond Quigley j .u'o Summitville Martin 4: Pi Bummitville Able 7:lt Richmond- Barker 1:-P kichmond Barker 1 ( ;or Third Period. Richmond -Barker 1 ::;,- Richmond Barker H:n Richmond- Quigley 1 1 : l."i Stops Alexander, It: Martin. I Hushes Quigley. '.: Able, . City League Game. Previous to the above contest tue first game in the newly organized city league was played between the Kibbeys and the Harrisons, resulting ! In u . to o victory tor the former team. The game was as fast and exciting as the "big"' game. The first two peri ods neither team scored. In the third period the Harrions' defense weakened and Henley and Bayer rang Tip three counts for the Kibbeys. The city league is composed of six fast, clubs and games wi.i be played twice a week. Tho following is the summary of the Kibbey-Harrison game: First Period. Kibbeys u st.ore Harrisons No score Second Period. Kibbeys score Harrisons Xo moic Third Period. Kibbeys-Bayer ::;t Kibbeys Henley Kibbeys - Bayer l;o Stops (.oyer. t7: Steinkamp. Rushes-Bayer. 2: Henley 2; Craig head. 2. NEW CASTLE TO GET NEW HOSPITAL Physician Takes Matters in Hand. New Castle, Ind., Jan. Id. A hospital Equipped in a first class manner and capable of handling many patients. who are at the present time are com pelled to go to larger cities, is to be es tablished in this city. The work is being done by Dr. J. H. Stafford and the entire second floor of the Stafford-HInshaw building on Pouth Main street is to be used for the purpose. Only One "BROMO QUININE," that Is Laxative Bromo Quinine Cure a Cold in One Day, Crip in 2 Days Baskett coliseum MIAMI vs. EARLHAM TO Ch H H Whitewater High School vs. Reserves OtfUM Friday Night, Jan. 17. GEO. W 604-608 THE NEW PRESIDENT OF THE OHIO LEAGUE INTO WHICH RICHMOND WILL BE FORCED. , ' ;APf ' " III " ' 1 i III I ' ' . ; ' 4 111 ill ' - ' vf SI I ROBERT When the basi oral Ohio towns jail magii met Tn f ales of hc v .day in Co- . . . e . .- .1... lumbus, Ohio, to perfect organization o!" 1 Re ut j-ians 101 me Ohio league. they selected Robert Quinn, manager ff the Columbus. O.. American Asso ciation baseball team as the president of the new league. It seemed natural that tho crown should fall upon the head of this prominent snort smau as he has been identified wiiu Ohio base ball for many years. Quinn is a nat- CIVIC LEAGUE TO ENFORCE THE LAW Hartford City to Have Sunday." 'Blue Hartford City, Ind., Jan. 1G. lcague. was formed hero for A civic the pur pose of assisting the local officer in ( cmpolling strict observance of the i;,ws. L. X. Hines, suicrintendent of j the public; schools, has been made. president. One of the first moves of tin; o; gatmation was to voto to petition the city council for an ordinance redis tiicting the city to eliminate tho a loons from the residence district. Th' league has also decided to uphold .Mayor Lucas in proclaiming that, blue taws will reign in this city, beginning wiiii next Sunday. JOSEPH A. GODDARD MADE CHURCH POSSIBLE Quakers of Muncie to Have, Dedication Richmond Is Interested. Several local members of the Friends' church will probably attend: the dedication of the new Friends' i church at Muncie, on Sunday, Febru-' ary 2. Tho building, which was made possible by a large gift from Joseph A. Goddard, is one of the handsomest places of worship in eastern Indiana. The church is of a Spanish style of architecture, being patterned after old mission houses in the south-western part of the country. It is splendidly, equipped and decorated. Nineteen women have been to the Finnish Parliament. elected Count Tolstoi criticising Dante, dim acterized the productions of the Italian poet as cloudy and unintelligible. on every MAIN ST. THE RICHMOND PALLADIUM AND SO'-TE LKGIIAM, THURSDAY. JA.MAUV Hi. 100S. QUINN. ural leader and if tho Ohio league should get on "its pins" as it. is ex pected tf do among Ohio men, Quinn will undoubtedly lead the organiza tion to success. The reason for this supposition is that Quinn is deter mined anil pushes everything before him with a determination which en thuses those men under him. His election to the presidency was unani mous, there not being a dissenting voice. BUM. 1 WASTE OF GOOD MATTER Will Orders Body to Be Utilized For Buttons. .New ork, Jan. It, Priding himself : doubt that this defendant violated the on his ideas of utilitarianism, Henry trust which thousands of people placed 10. Sullivan has made a will by which i in him as I'losidt nt of the Chicago he directs his executors to make usoNaUonaI ,mik and look of after his death of every portion of his body for which a use can be found. His bones arc to bo made into but tons, his skin is to bo tanned for leath er, and violin strings are to be made of such portions of his body as lend themselves to that use. All of these products, Mr. Sullivan directs, are to be given to bis particular friend, .lames Hayes, who is to distribute tho articles among Sullivan's friends as ho sees fit. STOPPED THE YELPING. Rostand's Peasant Who Had Great Power Over Animals. "When Fdmond Rostand had com pleted his beautiful villa at Bayonne, he was on the verge of a nervous breakdown because of bis inability to sleep," says a Paris paper. "The rest fulness of the place, however, and the charming surroundings worked won ders, and after a few days had passed the weary writer was able to sleep, and his friends looked tor his speedy return to good health. Iut a dog Mocked the progress of the cure. One night the dog began to bark, and in a short time dogs in all directions an swered, and the concert kept up until day broke. All efforts to locate the mischief making animal failed. Every night at the same time the barking be gan, and no one could suggest a rem edy. One day one of the servants told ' about a ne'er-do-well in a nearby vil lage who had great power over dumb , animals possibly he might help. lie , was called, a large reward was prom- ' ised, nnd the barking ceased. A few ! weeks after the reward had been col- lected Rostand was agaiu disturbed ! by the dogs under the leadership of ! the same unknown barker. The peas- j ant was again called, and Rostand j said, 'You must be well acquainted. ! with the ways of animals to have j such power over them.' The man ! bearaed under the influence of the dip-: ford team is out for the championship, lomatic flattery and proudly showed : There will be no long waits between how he could imitate the whistling of i halves of big games this year, as Man birds and the noises made by animals ! ager Huff has arranged a game be- in woods, barn or poultry yard. 'And : how about dogs?' said Uostand. Then j the man began to bark, and immedi- 1 ately the voice of the arch disturber ' was recognized. 'That's enough.' said Uostand. 'Here is a twenty franc piece. ; If we should hear the dogs bark again, i the police will be called.' The peasant ; paw that he bad fallen into a trap, the j dogs were heard no more, 'and that.' j says the writer, 'is my dog story with- j out a dog. " . WALSH'S PATE TO BE DECIDED TONIGHT I Closing Arguments Were Made This Morning and Judge ! Charged Jury. DOCUMENTARY EVIDENCE. JURYMEN WILL HAVE TO GO OV ER MUCH OF THIS AND MAY NOT REPORT UNTIL FRIDAY OR SATURDAY. Chicago. 111.. Jan. Walsh case will be in the jury tonight. Assistant The JoUu It. hands of the District At- torney Fletcher Dobyns. who b pan the closing plea, jesterday afternoon eon clude'l this noon. Marly this after noon tin judge's instructions were read and tho jury will retire for delib eration. As there is a larse amount of documentary evidence for the jury I to go over, a verdict is hardly expect -'ed until tomorrow, and possibly not until Saturday. Mr. Walsh, surrounded by his friends and relatives, heard himself lauded as a wise hanker and denounc ed as a criminal and gambler yester day. Mr. Dobyns did not spare words in his appeal to the jury to hud a ver dict of guilty. On the other hand. Mr. walsh's attorneys, John S. Miller and E. C. llitsher, who spoke earlier in the day, declared that in all his financial transactions Mr. Walsh was actuated by disinterested motives. Mr. Walsh was effected visibly by the closing words of Mr. Kitsher's plea. i "I believe." said Mr. Iiitsher. "that John 11. Walsh will walk out of this court room tomorrow night with erect head a free man. He will be vindi cated. It must be so. Justice de mands it and humanity will sustain it." No question apparently shadows the mind-of Mr. Walsh as to the outcome, j He believes implicitly that the jury' will free him. "I will come out all right," he said' after adjournment last night. "I am ; not afraid." Plea of Prosecutor Dobyns. Mr. Dobyns said he was not in fluenced by any desire for vengeance in his plea for a verdict against Walsh. "I have only sympathy for the de fendant," said the young prosecutor, "but we are confronted by a great duty. The situation is burned into our minds. The evidence shows beyond a tne hanks money by stealth and j squandered it on his own enterprises. He admits that he diverted the money, but says that he did not mean to do anything wrong. No more astound ing confession of crime ever was made in a court room than that which John K. Walsh made on the witness stand.'' 'VARSITY TRIUMPHS OVERRESERVES Fast and Exciting Sport Fur nished at Earlham Col lege Last Night. ALL READY FOR MIAMI. Basketball practice at Earlham has been fast and furious for the past week and the several teams have been show ing up well. The players on all of the teams have been putting up a idean ar ticle of basket ball and Coach Vail thinks that Miami will have to play extra well if that school wins from tlv Quakers. Perhaps 1 he closes game that has1 been played at Earlham this year was j last night, when the Varsity defeated j the Reserves bv a score of onlv :;.") to' j V2. The following scores taken down at different parts of the gane will ; show better than words, the strength! of the reserves. The first, figures in i each case will stand for the Varsity 1M. 3-5. .V.".. P-.". '21-2?. V,7-:2. The Varsity boys are very anxious to win from the Miami boys, as the Ox- twecn the Whitewater high school and the Earlham Kc serves. nit ii.ims of the-two games will be played alter- nately. The plat for the season tick - 1 he plat, tor the season ticK-i eis opened today at the Westcott phar-l macy. It has been most beautifully Said that "the veil which covers the face of futurity is woven by the hand of mercv." The fence I" 'Jfct.'tM'.' ."' i '' lHrowswn mm i mi hu t i 1 1 n i i mi ' Wi Hil.HM.ii'lhillii. r.MMMjtn -wJ tL"aW; ..itf- - - - -' . rill n 1 WSiqCEMWV'V-U rfag i4r--aa rHD rJ'Mg JMMM M Look out, Mr. Farmer, the Agent will be around telling you the kind of Fence that you should buy. If he is showing you a small woven Wire Fence, pass him up. Remember that you can buy of us. the "SPRING STEEL ROYAL" made in your own Town, and every ROD guaranteed. The price is as cheap as the cheap fence. We have the only Safe Storm Front; come in and get one. A Full Line of Robes and Blankets We want you to see our line of Implements. We have the ones that have giv en satisfaction, nothing to experiment with. All must do the work. Wc are now selling the "OLD RELIABLE GLOBE FERTILIZER."' for Corn and Oats. Give us a call. Yours, THE McCONAHA CO. 413-415 Main St. 11-13 S. 4th St. SCHEDULE FOR THE CITY POLO LEAGUE HAS BEEN ARRANGED BY MANAGERS The following is the schedule for the city polo league: Wednesday, Jan. 15 Kibbeys vs. Harrisons C. C. Wednesday, Jan. 22 Greeks vs. Em pires. Wednesday, Jan. 22 Crescents vs. Beallview. Friday, Jan. 24 Kibbeys vs. Empires. Wednesday, Jan. 21V- Harrisons vs. Beallviews. Wednesday, Feb. r-Greeks vs. Cres cents. Wednesday, Feb. .V- Kibbeys vs. Ueallview. CORTELYOU LINKED WITH TRUST COMPANY His Name Is Being Considered As President. New York, Jan. It;. It is understood that th officials who have in charge the reorganization of the Knicker bocker Trust company, have had un der consideration a number of names with a view to obtaining a new directing chief of this organization, and that Secretary Cortelyou's name is among those that have received consideration. It is believed t hat in timations more or less positive have been conveyed to Mr. Cortelyou that his name had been considered. Suitable. "What would be a suitable birthday present for my little boy?" inquired the fond mother. "Let me think," returned the stat bonnier, who occasionally liked t: sleep late in the morning. Then, with the glad, confident smile of one whe has solved a problem, he added, "How would a gag or a -traitjacket do?" Chicago Tost. Arousing the Lion. If we want to educate that sturdy, stolid. unresiwnsie thing, the Itritish public, a scheme has to l e miid'y di luted with pleasure, masked by !ril liar.t pictures, like the bitter pill we hide in our children's jam. We have compulsory sc hooling, of course, but ns a natjon we are not and do not want to be educated. London Bystaader. State of Ohi.', C'ity of Toledo. L.ueas Count:. jss. Prank .1. Cteiuy mak"S oath that le: H senior :;itner ef tie- firm of F. .1. I'ti. ney & V.. dome teiiii. f-o in tii I'liy of Tol--vk. .jijiity ;irel Stat I .rteui'l. Htid that fina will pri v tl.- ef (INK 1 I I'N I It Kl I l T A . I ! J I for sch and every . m- ..f .'-tarrti iMtiiiTli Cure. FKANK J. CHKNKV. 1 . 1,1 befor me nd ku bsv-ri bed l:i my pret-'-ne", uu.i rJtji (lay or J'-j- nbev. A. I'. 1SSS. i Seal.) A. W. GLEASO.v, Notary Public Hart's Catarrh Cure is takr-n int'r- 1 and murous surfaces of the system. j Send for- J-itmoniai. fe. q sold bv all Prueist T."c. Take Hall's Family Pills for const!- ! r ation. i STOCK of China, Cut Glass, Crock ery and Art Garland Stoves. Every thing at a 20 Per Cent Reduction. or the Friday Feb. -Greeks vs. Harrisons C. C. Wednesday, vs. Empires Wednesday, February 12 Crescents Feb. 12. Kibbeys vs Greeks. Friday, Feb. 14 Harrisons vs. cents. Wednesday. Feb. 1! Empires Beallview. Cres vs. Monday, Feb. cents. Monday, Feb. pirrs. Friday, Feb. view. 21 Kibbeys vs. Cres- 21 Harrisons vs Em- 2s Greeks vs . Beall- IMPROVE FACILITIES FOR GAINING STATISTICS Dr. Davis Says New Rules Have Been Adopted. Dr. T. Heniy Davis, who is president of the Indiana State Hoard of Healtn, states that new rules have been ad opted regulating the reporting of con tagious diseases, births, deaths and Quarantines. !t. is thought that this j W1' greatly improve the facilities of 'l Ui Liie SLdllblli a Ul LIIC Lilie. Bad Nigbt For the Show. Piloting au unknown show through a starving territory is no cinch, but I have thought out a good idea. In an- tk-ination of each engagement I am going to call out the reserves and when !a,ld cashier in IsT'-'. and during the ad they are out they will be invited in. ministration of Theodore Cook, That will hell) till the house. You have beard of the various ex cuses for light business "lecause the night Is so dark." etc. This is a hot one: "Young man." said the local mana ger to the ngeut on bis first tour, "why do yon bring your troupe here on a I Saturday night? Don't you know you won't do any trade?" " What's the difference between Sat - uruay night ami ;iy other n:ght? ' asked the agent. "Because everybody's ed." New York World. jetting f-bav- Too Easy. j The Cnion bank of St. Petersburg has its own police service. One night ' the director was sleepless. He won dered whether the bank police were really trustworthy. He concluded to make a trial.. He disguised himself ' and rushed, pistol in hand, into the bank vault. The police were good for nothing. They looked on quietly. while the director pocketed 2.0OU) rubles and carried them away. Siuce then no one hr,s seen the director. 1 Siniplicissimus. ' His Rush. j P'y (readingi She threw herself in- ! to the river. Her husband, horror stricken, rushed to the bank Teach er (cutting ini Why did the husband rush to the bank? Boy Please, sir. to get the insurance money. London Mall. For penknives the steel Is tempered it 470 degrees, for table knives at "30 degrees and for saws at MO degrees. farmer EARLHAM D OR RETIRES FROM BANK Morris M. White Mo Longer President of Cincinnati institution. BANKER OF OLD SCHOOL. HE HAS HAD AN UNINTERRUPT ED BUSINESS CAREER OF FIF TY YEARS, THIRTY OF WHICH HE WAS PRESIDENT OF BANK. Local friends of Morris M. White, who is one of the largest donors to the Earlham coilcne. indowmciit liato been apprised of his retirement from the presidency of the Fourth National bank of Cincinnati. Mr. Whit mad way for Charles K. Wilson as presi dent, he becoming chairman of the board of directors. This change is believed in Cincinnati banking circle. to mean the actual retirement of Mr. White fm mactive business, although it is expected that he will visit tht bank and take a passive interest in its management as a means of occupylns: his mind. The Cincinnati Enquirer Bays: "The retirement of Morrin M. White, re movps one of the few bankers of the "old school."' as they ar referred to In banking circles. Iti the affair of his Institution he was the bank, tak ing an active intrept in the veriest de. tails. He became connected with the bank in the capacity of vice president president. In 1STS he was elected president, which position he held un til yesterday. Previous to becoming identified with th banking business Mr. White was engaged in the whole- ! sale grocery business with his brother Prank, who died about a year ago. The , first firm name was Wells. White & i Co.. which was later chanzed to Whit j Kro. The concern went out of bun- !iness in is;v Morris White becoming actively identified with the Fourth Na tional bank and his brother Prank go ing Eat. Mr. White' Statement. "Mr. White issued this formal Mate ment: After an uninterrupted busi ness career of ovr ' years. Tt of which I have been president of thii bank, and owing to advancing yearB. I deem it bet to dr!ln a re-election as president. Tbe present, officers have long been in the service of the hunk and are fully competent to carry on tte business in the future as in the pn-t. My holdings nf the stock f the bank will remain as hTefi-for. and as chairman fth board I expect to b in frequent roiisu!:iion with th offi cers. Lai in.: my ff: ' in the bank.' '' Lord Clifton, whose coming of are has been celebrated at Cobham tall, Kent. England, if fix fret prven tr.c.fce3 high. His father, the Earl of Darnly. is aix feet four inches, while their rebv tives. Noel Blish. Arthur Hligh and K. V. Bligh. average . frf.t two and one half. SOAP Sec Our Special Oiler in ihe Window We carry a complete line oi Rubber Goods. Quality Guaranteed at Leo H. Fihe's PHARMACY.