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TTTE "RICrnrOXD PALTjADIVM AND STJN-TELiEGIA3I, TTTCRSDAY. JAXTATSY 10. 1908.
PAGE FIVE. TURNER EXHIBIT WAS PROFITABLE AFTER THREE MEETINGS CONGRESSMAN SULZER DECIDED TO EMBARK ON MATRIMONIAL SEA. More Than $150 Was Real ized for Purchase of Pic tures for Schools. SCHOOL CHILDREN ACTIVE. MANY SCHOOL ROOMS OF THE CITY WILL BE IMPROVED BY HISTORICAL PRINTS PURCHAS ED BY D. A. R. The- members of the Daughters or H, Amwifan Revolution lire pb-as'-d With the success of the Turner art ! pxhdbit -which, was given the latter l ast of last week and the first f i days of this week. There was a lare Mteudance of school patrons and sc- j Cfcly peopl- f '' a"d throun the sal of tickets by the .school chil l- j ten $151.51. was realized for the pur- ( vos of nurchasinir hit-lures for the I Parlous school buildings. Pictures vere purchased for the following rehools: Vaile. Divine Shephard-Murillo: Delphic Elbyl Michael Anlo: .Jeremiah Michael Angelo; Out for a Sail Wril floa; Pilgrims (JftinjLT to Church J'ouehton; The Scnitc h Pack Har der; The Village Choir Dins; tlti Shepherd ZukcI. Whitewater. The Shepherd's Evening Son crcd) Moliter. Baxter. Prince in the Tower Millais; V;llago Choir Dins. Starr. KeediiiK Her liirds Millais; The J'wo Mothers Gardner; l?y The Riv erside, ("colored) Le-nlle; Souk of tiie Dark (colored) I'riton; Moth. r una Daughter Douglas ; Divine Shep Jitrd Murillo. Garfield. Spirit of 76 WillsuM. Hibbard. Hiawatha Norris; MoouliKht Dc VJaas. Finley. 1 he Village Choir Lins. High School. Cologne Cathedral. Warner. Princess in the Tower .Millais; Amaufi. Sevastopol. The Child Handel Diekseo Th. (col The COOLNESS HAS SPRUNG UP IN THE THAW FAMILY ire Calicos Evelyn Nesbit Thaw Learned Much of the Thaw Family Skeleton and Is Holding Relatives Aloof. JEROME WOULD LET DE FENDANT GO TO ASYLUM. The Fact That He Admitted a Letter as Evidence, Has Led Court Attaches to This Belief. Congressman William Surzt-r o. New York, and his bride, who was Miss Clara Rodelman. Their marriage which occurred recently, was tho cul mination of a romance such as rarely falls to the lot of a statesman. The couple had met only three times. Their first meeting was at tho home of Sen ator Thomas C. Piatt, where Miss Ro delman was engaged in nurairu Airs. Piatt. DIPLOMAS WILL NOT BE GIVEN Old Custom at Garfield School Has Been Discontinued For New System. SOCIETY NEWS To Reach the Society Editor, Call Home Phone 1121, or Bell Phone 21. IS SOURCE OF REGRET. Diplomas have been discontinued at the Garfield building and henceforth the graduates from the grades will imply receive a certificate of comple tion. The discarding of the diplomas )ias been a source- of recret to many, aa the custom of having the diplomas framed and hung on the wall has been a favorite precedent for many years. FEED STORE SOLD. E. V. Nichols has disposed of his feed 6toro at 512 Main street, to Mes srs. "Winterstein and Denny. UNIFORM RANK DANCE. A social dance will be given Wed nesday evening by Richmond Com- (nandery, No. 14, V. P. R., Knights of Pythias, at the K. of 1. hall. The Athenaea Literary society will meet Friday afternoon with Mrs. Samuel Dickinson of East Main street and a very interesting program has been arranged. Mrs. Philip Schneider will reatl u paper on the. subject, "The Art of Home Making." "The Duties of tho Hostess and the Guest," will be given by Mrs. Joseph Kinsey. Discus sions will also be given by Mrs. Wil liam Bond and Mrs. W. X. Johnson. The Ladies" Aid society of First Tresbyteriau church will meet Friday afternoon at the church parlors. All members are requested to attend. Mrs. George Scott, assisted by Airs J. W. Hastings and others, delightful ly entertained the ladies of Reid Memorial church Wednesday after noon. About fifty of the members were present and the hours were very pleasantly spent socially. An im promptu musical program was ren dered. Refreshments were served. fr S The children of llibberd school will give a market, Saturday, from eleven o'clock until the close of the day. The proceeds will go toward the purchas ing of pictures. r -j. .j. 4, Airs. D. W. Stevenson of South Fif teenth street, entertained a small com pany of friends Wednesday evening in honor of Dr. Stevenson's birthday an- New York. Jan. Harry Thaw's mother v. ill he in New York some time today and tho announcement has en rouraged the defendant. It. is report ed mat. the revealing of the T!i?w fa rail v skeleton has s.( shocked young Mr. Thaw that a coolness has sprung up tK-tween her and the other mem bers of the family. August Weber, a bm!r in I lie Thaw family was contin ued as witness this morning. He t' tifierl I hat Taaw's conduct wa.3 always irrational. At one time. Thaw hopped out of !"! upsetting bis breakfast, kicked his cigar into the fire place the slipper following it, and finally re alizing Lis action said "I beg your par don." Adam It. Heck of Allentown, Pa.. formerly a teacher of Thaw, testified that as a boy Thaw was of unwhole some health. He was always subject to tearless crying, during which time, gave animal-like howls. His eyes were cast down and he would constantly roll them. Such snells would last al most 2U minutes. Deck sa:d he receiv ed a letter frim the boy's mother, in which she said she believed his mind, was affected. This letter admitted as evidence. The fact I nat Jerome al lowed its admission would indicate that he is satisfied to let Thaw go to an asylum. Benjamin Bowman, the door-keeper of Madison Square theatre testified be beard White threaten to kill Thaw and saw his revolver. Bow man said he forthwith told Thaw. Adaering to their promise to inter osf: no other defense than that of in .utity in behalf of their client, the vX- toniays representing Harry K. Tha'.v at his trial yesterday continued the ex amination of witnesses who swore that Thaw, at various times in his life, uppcaml to them as mentally tin s6und. Practically all of the testimony Goods Simpson's Black and Grey Some Miss Printing Friday Only Simpson's Calico 5e Yd One Day Friday Only Slightly Imperfect Printing Colors Black and Grey 1 Simpson's Calico Grey and Black Slight Miss Printing n Friday Only i- j,...MM itm l.-. i Friday Only Simpson's Calico Black and Grey Imperfect Printing WE WANT YOUR TRADE PEOPLE'S TG3E" Open Evenings. Cor. 9th and Main Sts. "THE EARLHAM LECTURE COURSE OPENED Joseph Elkinton Gave the First Of the Series to Appre ciative Audiences. BACKSLIDER SHOULD RETURN TO PLACE nawu gave w liolc.xome instruction to the backslider." exhorting all mu h to return to their urniMoimtl places and labors. The Mihiecl tonight is "Hypo crites." and sonic surprises about them. The first half hour of each even ing is given to the tinning of gospel i tongs. Mr. Alien also renders special The attendance and the interest mjsuh;s (,a(h t.nUv, Kev Nf!l40n was the opening week of the revival at thejm.ps(Jnt amj to,,i; j);1,.t jn ,he isorvieoa Second Presbyterian church is as good i last evening. Everybody is invited to as expected. Last evening Rev. Dun-'attend these meetings. "JAPAN" WAS HIS TOPIC. mversary. the evening was ideasant-1 was new to the case and had to do ly spent with games and music. Dightjwiih acts practically down to tlie day refreshments wero served. Those ' of the t raxed v itself. Then, came the composing the company were Messrs. ' declaration of the two men who sat on and Mesdanies Lester Turner, John! the coroner's jury during the inquiry If your doctor fully endorses your taking Ayer's Cherry Pectoral for your hard cough, than buy it and use it. If he does not, then do not b - j r IT. 1. rr m hwi in compters wrarnni mj cu ur ., . . - . , . , Wfcfee W. r proud of them. Y hmoc ? ,bou this aplendid medtcine nothing fc mcl: n f h(k. for coughs and colda. HardCouahs Starr, J. B. Cooper, D. R. Ellabarger, and S. 1', Beery; Mrs. Dilks, Miss Karns, Prof, and Mrs. Ramsey. The Home and Foreign Missionary society of St. Paul's Lutheran church met Wednesday afternoon at the par sonage with Mrs. Conrad Huber. This was the regular monthly meeting and the attendance was large. The meet ing was interesting. The devotional exercises were conducted by Mrs. Wil liam Petering; the Bible lesson was read by Mrs. Henry Klopp. Each member responded to the roll call with a scriptural quotation. Mrs. Fleming read a paper on '.'Early Mis sionary Acts in Pennsylvania." Mrs. George H. Knollenberg gave a talk on "Lutheran Woman's Work." Follow ing the regular program the hours were spent socially and light, refresh ments were served. 4 Mrs. E. R. Stover of South Eighth street, entertained the Martha Wash ington club at her home Wednesday afternoon. The hours were pleasantly spent at needlework and a social aft ernoon. 4 Mrs. Thomas Pitckett was the hos tess for the Modern Priscilla Club at her home on North Twelfth street, Wednesday afternoon. The hours were pleasantly spent, at games. Light refreshments were served. At the parish at St. Paul's Episcopal church Wednesday, a meeting of the Citiild was belli and arrangements were made for future work. It's Poor Economy To pay for goods that you do not get: but it is just as bad economy to pay more than necessary for what you do get. That is just exactly what you arc doing so long as you irade at the stores that do business on a credit basis. NOTICE THESE PRICES : Potato t. white and mealy, per bushel 80c Oniona (fancy red), per bushel 85c Fresh Country Butter, per lb 25c Fresh Gathered Country Eggs, per dozen 25c California Cured Hams, per lb 10c Reflular Hams (fine) per lb 12' 38 ibs. Granulated. 19 lbs. A. 20 lbs. C Sugar $1.00 Sweet, Sour, Mixed and Mustard Pickles. Stamps with each ten-cent purchase. ARMY RECRUITING OFFICE OPENED Officer Elder Seeking Wayne County Recruits. Model Department Store, II S. 7th St. Iuterurbaii Station. Colonial Bldg. New Phone 1838. Bell Phone 47K Smith & Goodrich. Props. l.'i enniug officer State.-- army, ; and opened ; e(. 1 1 u a y Elder, of th :iicd in ihe r cruiting st; I'm- ity ion into Stanford White's death, all of j v;hom declared that the defendant the day following the shooting acted irrat-; ionally. His manner and appearance: were such as to causa the inquest jury to question his state of mind after their formal verdict had been render ed. Thaw's Actions at Home. After thp coroner's jurors, ten ol them altogether, had been disposed of. Mr. Littleton called August. Weber to the stand. Weber served as a butler in the Thaw house in. Lafayette square Washington, from January to May. 1903. The witness said he formerly was in the employ of Senator Foraker. cf Ohio. He related many incidents of what he described as irrationality on the part of the defendant. Thaw would order that no dinner be prei ar ed certain evenings, and a few hours later would come in and demand to 1 now why there was nothing to eat. lie would call the butler out Of lus heir and give him $5 for some trifling service. Thaw would sometimes pace the floor of the dining room in the n idst of dinner, muttering to himself. Once Thaw called for a carriage at 3 ;. m. and when told one was not avail able became hysterical and fell prone upon a couch. During these out breaks the witness said Thaw's eyes wore hhiny and had a vacant fctare. Weber was still on the stand when ai- lournment until tomorrow mormn was taken. The Plea of Specific Insanity. The separate incidents of alleged ir rational conduct on the part of the de fendant were put in evidence by Mr. Littleton prior to the expert testimony tiiar is to come. He also adduced such a mass of evidence as to Thaw's erri tic conduct its to make it impossible for the district attorn y to fulfill 'he titsk t'.ic 'aw places tii.oti him, pro ing 'I ha sane hcond e i ry reasemaiile e -net. The pn secuting attorneys are fol- k wing the eae as outlined by th' de ; tense and taking into consideration the tact thar a speci'jt plea of insan I ity 1ms been entered 'his year. They ueclare that acquittal under th cir- ; cnnisfa nees can come- on;y with ;:dd-d c'.'r'''.' of "on necoj-pt Hon. Joseph Elkinton of Philadel phia, Pa., gave the opening lecture of the series of lectures which is to be given at Earlham this winter, last night in the auditorium in Lindlay hall. The subject if Mr. Elkinton's lecture was, "The Social Life of Jap an" and as Pie speaker came from that country just recently after quite an extensive residence there, bis lec ture was very pleasing. The lantern slides with which the speaker illus trated his remarks were beautiful r productions of scenes in "The Islands of Perpetual Summer and Cherry i'.lossoms." Mr. Elkinton will give the second lecture of this series at Earlham this evening on "The Soci?l Life of China.' , Th i u o i Tvr Or 5 earn oeaas oust uo Bald Spots, Falling Hair and Dandruff Positively Cured by Burnham's Hair and Scalp Tonic REAL ESTATE TO BE SOLD BY ORDER Judge Fox Orders Administra tor in Estate of Stella Hob ble to Take Action. TWO-THIRDS TO HUSBAND.! THE REMAINDER WILL BE DIVID-j ED BETWEEN TWO CHILDREN, ; WHILE THE THIRD, CLIFFORD,, WILL GET PROMISSORY NOTE. Judge Fox has ordered Benjamin F. Sourbeer, administrator of the estate of the estate, which has been appraio ! ed at S1C.,'.0'. From the sale of this j real estate A. L. Hebble, the woman's j husband, gets two-thirds share and to 1 two of the minor ehil Iren. Ellen und Richard Hebhle, the remaining one , t lird share w ill go. Judge Fox r:;l, s that, to Clifford H-bbie. another minor heir who has been contesting the ac tions filed against- th' estate- bv his father, shall receive a promissory ; note for S-."'""1. the not.- to be execut ed by A. L. llebbie. RICHMOND AFFECTED i" rooms and l Keller block. L'nelo Sam is desirous of securing men tor general service and all men recrutiug her will be sent to Columbe.s bar racks and from there will be placed m the service. A recruit has the choie cf home or foreign set vice, and .-; n .-- rv either in the ini'aetiy r the e:;v idry. Oft'ici r Eider is prepared in . ap ply ail informatimi desired ;;ud ;:dks niei t aiuir.gly on the work of the my and its advantages as a tareei sPllity of the def ;ef v;'sw po":n:i:! -rj ." Tl-i-s. 'T ' d -clare-'. e !'' sidinsr -'itd-e to Mnttewan .isy' iei. firht to prove his .;v; thus eain h-s freedom be conducted through proceedings. the the n- me be i : EST I ; i CWoao, July a. l. J I ( g I MK. E. ItCRNHAM. I)ar Sir: After burin 4 four Hair Grow er for about !s monUn I ran truthfully r it 1 th mott wonderful faalrtoDle I koow of. It bat topped tfa fallloa' oat and th bald (pot la o Uralr covered wltto a thtrk natural vrnwtta. I am more than pleaaed with the reaulU. pbraician friend who rxaralned nor balr could not he reatnred on the bald apot. and the encl 'nd photo ahowa that It can be asd a restored by your Hair Grower. Mr lulr meaa urea 49 inrbea and la Mill rrnwiDf, baa a rich, henllhy rotor, and in admired by all who aee It. Am reroramendlns your tonic to all my frienda and acqnalntaorM. and I atncerely with yon the uree you and your wonderful diacorery deeerret. SIX MONTHS AFTER s a MM w have onmal photo i il t t S J' t-rr yr '"a tn b"l1 s01 tb " ftUArO f, XUT'CUUJWr hirh tny be aeen t all W haye oriinal photo of thi ladr. how aa revrodurwd her firat clan d eater handling our goorla. Thi held atot now " Mvererf with a thick BTowth of hair. Photo- 17 Bay state Bide. wraphn ahow fart and re positive) proof of P. Too re at liberty to uae my letter aad what Burnhair.'e Hair apd Scalp Tonic has pbotoa any way you aee fit. done for her. Read what ah eaya ra. For thirty year we have spent time and money and employed the beet ar.U moat akilled ehemiata in tht United State in perfeetin- Barnham' Marr and Scalp Tonic. Today we hare thousand who will testify to it merita. We have photo of thia fady. ahowinr the bald spot th aame a rep rod need here. Thi baid spot i now covered with a thick growth of hair. Photograph ahow farts and are positive proof cf what B jmham a Uair and Scalp Tonic ha done for her. Read what ahe aaya acain. FREE Sample Burnham's Hair 'Tonic, Gray Hair Restorer and Cucumber Cream Hail, aa fciat f Tm Cnt t Cr Ksd af racking Petae. Bumham Toilet Requieite should be on na!eata!l f.rat cias dealer. If your dealwr doesn't rarrv them, send m h' rm nd addreea and we will aee that yoo are rune heel. At all dealer. 2Cc. 60c and '1.00. Our booklet. "Horn To Be Beautiful," mailed FREE. E. BURNHAM Taa Lartcat Balr a4 Tilet .faattfactarer i ta Wrl4 CHICAGO. ILL. I'or Sale by Wkoletal 6769 W-hing,ton St. Retail 70.72 Stat 3L i ',. V !('!:ee ;, ,,f Sn,,j... would hove to habeas corptis An Epidemic Is Mow Raging in; The City. .. H. FIHE. DRUGGIST. HICHMOND. IND. Or. T pt-;ie:-eiitl'.eiv this M. Ouil will eondllet the c's ::' (rrace .M . 10. Vn epider":c of grip is prevniii ix i1 t uug.'out th-1 city and many peop-e rre afflicted with the disease in one pint W. C. T. U. MEETS. OLj T'vt- Fra; cr.s v -i T 1 inn-f. Fride Lliya M-.-rs ia of Will.trd n". C. T 1". v .if'ertieeirt wtri Mrs N'lrth Twelfth i' . Delict CHOC vaxj tHouio tyVtmi RECIPE. IQuari Milk I Pockaye OUH-F It' CC Pecera Hswvm 2 Pawj il( p, .-. I e .- am : that or another. There seems to be riicular lirar.d of grip am! nor a!! seiz. d with the oiseas- in 4 he way. Mny other cities report the erddemie is j.revalent. rT ro Larnor.ui.iaLp a lJ Oatora Fac Amt St THE CITY IN BRIEF See pointing In Starr piano store window by P. J- Girard'n; this work at half urice. 10 Jt THE PLEASURES OF A GOOD SRbAKFAST are g.v;j-iy .n're;.!. yo;r family and :i) bread. Licrht. cr:s Ke.-tible, altogether -arly each morning at About as lisht in prirv products themselves i. r you servf 'S's o-ir tolls and . de'ightful. di desirable. KTesh your door a the float Zvvissler's rOS Main SI. BAKERY and RESTAURANT