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MARCH KING IS TYPE OF MANHOOD SOCIAL NEWS 'at Oea IB. TailltDOtt9 (Comccsiplts SI THE RICmiOXD PAL. LADIfM AND SUN-TELEGRAM, SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 9. 1908. -- St s. a Is Follower of Other Pleasures Besides Music and Has Won Honors. OF AIM INQUIRING MIND. THE GREAT MUSICIAN FROM CHILDHOOD HAS HAD OVER MASTERING DESIRE TO DELVE INTO PRACTICAL THINGS. John Philip Sousa, who will appear in Richmond Monday nilit with his famous baud, in priv-tie life Per haps the most, reposeful man, in su far as dynamic expenditure is concerned. It is h-ro that ho gets the yreat stor age; of vitality, energy and reserve that, enables hi in to perform the vast amount of mental work which his oc cupation requires. As far back as can be traced Sous.-i was neve r known, ev en in school to ). au idle boy. He was always of au inquiring mind, and .studied music under an old Italian master, whom he speaks of with affec tion to this day. Som:a pursued al most every branch of learning that had positive and practical valuo. It can not be disputed ew-n bv the most severe critics that he is the master spirit, of marcli music. His operas villi scores fit' other '(impositions stamp him as a treat musician. Soitsa i also fond of books and much of his lime is spiMit ;il libraries. A few weeks each year he give? to the pleas ure of hunting and in this he is an Xpert. lie hits won championship honors in ridin;; and in most field KVinnastics. In short he is an example of robust manhood. IF YOU HAVEN'T TRIED THE GREAT ROOT JUICE Ask Your Friends Who Have. Root Juice has made so many won derful cures all over the state and has done so much tfood here in Rich mond that any sensible person after iir. est icjaiini; will be convinced of its ;ieat merits. If you suffer with jour stomach, bowels, liver, kidneys or nerves or any trouble created by a, weakened or diseased condition of these organs, Root. .Inice is the very remedy you need. It absolutely re moves the cause of bloating, belching, constipation, heart-burn. sick head ache, backache and rheumatism. They will tell you all about, it at A. G. Lu ken's dru.i? store. News of the T. P. A. Horace Starr was a pleasant visitor at the Post rooms Friday nisbt. Marcus Hasty was week. Marcus and in Chicago last his horehound drops are grUitii; to be world renown ed, and he is introducing them in all the large cities of the I'nited Stales with marked success. s We understand that l.eroy Brown would not refuse to serve as president of Post C. There is no better fellow than he is. and as Post president, he would, no doubt, serve the interests of the members to their entire satisfac tion. C. W. Morgan has resigned his posi tion with Eldridge & Higgins company of Dayton. We have not learned of Mr. Morgan's intentions as to his fu ture. John It. llegger will be a candidate for national delegate to Milwaukee. John has served in this capacity be fore and always worked for his con stituents faithfully and with dignity. Horace Kramer returned this week from a business trip to St. Louis and Kansas City. We wonder if Charles O. Tooker, the present, honorable incumbent of the librarian's office would not accept an other term. Some of his friends might approach him on the subject and sec what he says. "What a thin voice that girl hns." "Thin! W by, it's so tuiu. she ought .Y sin;; all her nuisie in a skeleton kev." Raltimore American.. DR. A. B. PRICE DENTIST 14 and 15 The Colonial.. Phone 681 I-adj Auistant. nt THE Eflecl The program of the Sousa Concert is and the election returns will be read 1! i i ( mission and about 11 o'clock after the fc.s?..-;..'-0? a " M.M a S'kK& k 'sJb&-.sJO?l The members of the Richmond Country club, will giv a danco at the Pythian Temple, Kriday. February fourteenth. This will be the second of a terierf 0f dances which have been arranged by the members of the club. Tho White City Orchestra of Chicago, will furnish tho music, and also a program of classical numbers. This organization is noted for its splendid danco music arid i.s consid ered a leader. J Mr. and Mrs. Rudolph Leeds enter tained tho Huzzers last night at the Count.rv club. . , The party which was to have been given Friday, February fourteenth, by Miss Mablc Barber of South Thir teenth street, has been postponed un til a future date. Miss Nettie Berg gave a Ieap Year birthday party at her home, &12 North G street, last night. J 0 Miss Kdna Tnieblood gave a recep tion last night at her home in Indian apolis in honor of her house guests. Miss Jessie Heeler and Miss Margaret Sedgwick. J The Twentieth Century club of Mil-! ton. gave a dance Kriday night. About two hundred invitations were issued and a delightful time enjoyed by all the members and their friends. Miss Hollowcl and Dr. Holmes will sing a duct entitled, "Be Thou With Me," this morning at the Reid Me morial church. Miss Kosler also will give some special organ selections. The Annual Praise service of the First Presbyterian church, will bo held tonight at seven-thirty o'clock under i FUNNY LOCAL STORIES What would you think of a young man who would use the telephone in a crowded drug store and engage in a conversation like the following: ''Hel lo, is this s office? 1 wish to speak to Miss . Hello, is thai you. Grace? Ho you know who this is? No, guess again. No, you're still wrong. You ought to know me. l in-humh, yes it's me, all right. All right, how are you? Have you got. over the dance last Sat urday night? You did enjoy it? I'm glad you did. I wanted to ask you to go to the 1! club's dance Wednes day night. You he has? Well, I'm awfully sorry because I had hoped No, indeed, you'r'e the first girl I've asked. You see, 1 didn't know I could go until just today and I've been so busy all morning that. I didn't have a chance to call you. Well. I'll probably see you there. Good-by."' A little story in German and Eng lish, accompanied by an interpreter, TELEGRAPH RATES ARE HOW TOO HIGH I This Seems to Be Concensus Of Opinion and Congress Will Take Up Matter. TELEPOST RATE IS CITED. REPRESENTATIVES IN WASHING TON STATE THAT PROFIT CAN BE MADE AT MUCH LOWER RATE THAN NOW CHARGED. YVashington, 1. C, Feb. s. Regula tion of telegraph companies is next in order, according to the program of Senator La Follette and Representative Cary of Wisconsin. As a first step, they have introduced a bill prohibiting the giving of telegraph franks to pub lic oilicors. prohibiting discrimination in telegraph and telephone rates, and fixing requirements for the recording of all telegraphic messages. Representatives of the telegrapher's union, who tire in Washington urging the passage of the La Follette-Cary bill point to the plans of the new tele graph company, the Telepost. in proof of their assertion that the old wire companies are mulcting the public of eiiormom- snmr- annualK. The Tc!e- j post's rate is "," nuts for ''' words j without regard to distance, and cor.- i vincintr cvider.ee is pioduced to sho. j that a very profitable business, can be COLISEUM IncDim ijijifs a. aa a a a a rf.a a a a a ! I the auspices of tho Ladies Missionary society of that denomination. Kvery one ii cordially invited to attend. j J8 J J The Firs-.t Presbyterian church will have a special f-ong service this even ing given by the choir chorus, under the direction of Mr. Earhart. Jt v The Trifolium Literary society of the First English Lutheran .church, v. ill meet tomorrow evening. J Miss Ruby Wilson and Miss Ruth Mashmeyer will spend this week with Mies Rachel Wright of Indianapolis. . The First M. E. church will have a ppecial song service today. Several Richmond people have re ceived invitations for a valentine dance to be given at the armory in Eaton on th evening of February fourteenth. The hours are from eight to twelve and music will be furnished by Bron and Hamilton of that place. Mr. Charles Deitemeycr was pleas antly surprised at his homo near Chester. It was his birthday anniver sary and about thirty guests were in vited. The evening was spent In an informal manner, all present having a delightful time. A dainty luncheon was served. J , Mrs. Joe Jordan will be hostess for the Happy Hour club Thursday af ternoon, Feb. 20. All members are asked to be present. v v The Kings Herald band, met yes terday afternoon at the Grace M. E. parsonage. The lit tlo band generally meets the first Saturday in every month, but owing to inclement weath er last week the meeting was postpon ed until yesterday. has drifted into the Palladium office. , Hern it is: Two Germans stepped in- to an auction house where a sale of ; watches was going on. They occupi ed front seats and soon attracted tho attention of the auctioneer. As In dwelt upon the merits of a watch, he was offering for sale to tho highest bidder, the auctioneer turned to tho i Germans from time to time as the j juice mounted six dollars, six fifty, I seven, seven fifty. As the auctioneer nodded at one of the Germans there j came an answering nod which he took to be a bid. 'That feller knows me," said one German to the other. "Yes, sure," said the other. The no "ding kept on. Finally tho auctioneer extended the watch to the nodders. "It's yours," he said, ' ten dollars. You're tho buyer." "Aeb. nefn,'' said tho German. "I'm tho Schwob (Suabian); mein freund heir ist dor Bayer (Bavarian.)" done at this rate, using the Delany rapid automatic system of sending and receiving. The attention of congress is also drawn to the fact that the Telepost company has announced that it will give the exact filing time and time of receipt at destination on all messages. This will include "teleposts" sent by wire and delivered by mail at the rate of .o words for i'." cents, as well as telegrams. INDEPENDENT LABOR MEN WANT ROOSEVELT They Want Candidate Favor able to Their Interests. New York, Feb. s A preliminary meeting of members of the Independ ent Labor party, formed In 19i'6 to nominate candidates favorable to la bor, was held yesterday to consider the question of reviving the organiza tion and urging: the nomination of President Roosevelt for a third term. At the meeting the sentiment was unanimously in favor of reviving the organization and of urging the re nomination of President Roosevelt. Caught a Tartar. A lady entered a railroad station not a hundred miles from Edinburgh the other day and said she wanted a ticket for London. The pale looking and hard worked clerk asked. "Single:" "It ain't any of your business." &bc replied. "I might have been mar-ied 3 dozen times if I'd felt like providin' for some poor, shiftless wreck of a man like you." Edinburgh Statesman .OTBffBK composed of two parts, at 9:30 during the inter- concert. Wednesday Evening, Feb. 26th Emm I! Paur CONDUCTOR and the Pittsburgh Orchestra FOUR SOLOISTS Seat Prices: $2.00, $1.50, $1.00 & 50c Mail orders for seats, with checks or money orders payable to Ona B. Talbot, may be addressed to the Starr Piano Co. now and tbey will be filed in the order of their receipt. WOMEN HAVE RIGHT TO SMOKE IN PUBLIC. The queMion as to whether or nof women hae a rieht to smoke is be coming a rather live one in tno Fast. In the picture a group of noted wo men who declare that women have as much right to smoke in public, as have men. From top to bottom at (he left ate Lady Juliette Duff, Miss Vio let Vivian, at the right. Mrs. II. beer bohni Tree, Miss billic Roberts and Mrs. Fa; rick Campbell. Did the Best He Could. "I'lenso, sir," said the beggar, "give a poor old quid a few pennies?'' ".See here." rejoined the person ac costed, "didu't I give you a dime, three days ago?" "I believe j eu dd. sir," replied the beggar; but. the best I can. I tied it absolute'? impossible to keep my ex penses bc'.ow 3 1-3 cents a day, and your dime H eli gon, sir.'' Chicago News. School Pupils and Children's Benefit, 18 years and un der. 25c. Prices 50c, 75c and $1.00 Sale at Starr Piano Salesrooms 3! Two Great Events for Richmond Preliminary Announcement WESLEYAN GLEE CLUB WILL HEED PROTESTS OF FAIR SMITH CO-EOS Middlctown, Conn., Feb. S. Alarm ed by the threat that Smith coHcro will break off athletic relations with Wesleyan university unless the Metho dist collegians desist from wearing de collet te dresses representing Smith Kirls in their production of "The Girl and the Graduate" on Washington's Ilirihday a council of war has been held by the glee club. The possibility of diplomatic negotiations with the Smith representatives is considered strong. "Fair Smit' will pain her point if she insists on it," said J. II. C'oxe, PREPARER)!! EVENT Northern Indiana Conference Will Be of Interest. Anderson, Ind., Feb. 8. The sixty fifth annual session of the Northern Indiana conference of the Methodist church to be held in this city the tlrst week in April will bring about looo delegates to this city. The con ference will be held in the First M. K. church, presided over ty Bishop Jos eph F. barry. of buffalo. N. Y. lie : was editor of the Epworth Herald for twelve years and is one of the niost prominent officers of the Methodist church in this country, j There arc nearly three hundred ' ministers in the conference and all will i he present at most of the sessions. It has been sixteen years since the con , ferenre was held in this city. There i will be a preliminary meeting of the , ministers of the Muncie district, lit Id ' at Grace M. K. churcu in this city March ' and I. to prepare for the big meeting. The five Methodist ministers in this city are members of the entertainment committee and will assist their mem b?rs in procuring accommodations for the visitor.-:. A HOME REMEDY THAT RE DUCES FAT. Would you like to have a nice firm figure, but escape the tiresome, bone breaking exercise or the soul-sickening diet of the old-time plan of rcduc intr exciss ileH; Then go to the druggist and ask for this inexpensive mixture: Vi ounce Marmola, ounce Fluid Extract Cas cara Aromatic, and ounces Syrup Simplex. Take a teaspoonful after meals and at bedtime, and in a few weeks you can be as fit phjsical'y as a fawn. Mix these, ingredients at l'omo if you wish. hut. see that you get the Marmola in a scaled package. When fresh it acts quicker. Keprc n; ai ive Samuel Waiter Me C:m1. one of the moM ai i h e membcr. of the lower iioiuje t rom Ma.-j-achiiactts v as bun; in Pe):..-yhani.i and was- c-d-mated in New Hacuhirr . He grad uated from Dartmouth and for a time was editor in chief for a lio.Uon daily THE COLISEOIVI OUSA K5SS AND HIS BAND Miss Lucy Allen, Soprano, Miss Jeannetfe Powers, Violinist, Mr. Herbert Clark, Cornetlst. Directed by John Philip Sousa Himself. Wednesday Evening, April 1st (First Appearance Here) The World's Greatest Pianist Scat Prices: $2.50, manager of .the Wesleyan musical club, referring to the resolutions sent by Smith. "Although thre are no ex aggerated caricatures and but little tiiat the Smith girls might, take ex ception to, wo may change a few points in the play just to maintain tho pleasant relations, existing between the two colleges." Mr. C'oxe will write to Miss Heatrice Ieinoyue Wainwright, secretary of the Smith seniors, of his willingness to change the parts in the production If she can personally prove to him that the caricatures are overdone. The Business College. A number of students were absent last Wednesday on account of the weather. Dr. Ewing gave a very interesting talk to the students Monday morn ing which was highly appreciated. Kleanor Surendorf rendered some instrumental music Tuesday morning. James Fheanis has enrolled in day school this week. J. A. Albertzart is on the sick list this week. Matilda Itohe has been doing sten ography work for S. A. Thompson. J. K. Maxwell has taken up work at night school during the past week. Daisy Worsham rendered some read ings which were very highly appre ciated, Wednesday morning. Anna Hammer is doing stenographic work for the Aim riean Traveler s As sociation, at Indianapolis. A number of students iu the f-hort-hand department took the Ir examina tions Friday. A number of them were successful and were promoted to the next class. May Anderson who has been sick for some time is able to ! back in school. The basket ball team expects to go to Cambridge next Wednesday evening. Carliu Grissum of Mooreland. Ind., who is attending our shorthand de partment, went home to visit his rela tives over Sunday. THE CITY IN BRIEF Dr. E. II. M"!id nhall. 10 South 7th ! street, Home rhonc 1007. FSell 446R. w ed-sun NOTICE. A 11 Banks of the city will Imj cloeci ! Wednesday, Feb. 12th, Lincoln's birth-, day. a lgal holiday. It I PALLADIUM WANT ADS PAY. YOU ARE WELCOME TO 925-927-929 I AT 8:15 $2.00, $1.50 & $1 LEAKY ROOFS are a nuisance this kind of weather, but can be easily repaired at a reasonable cost by using VULCANITE, the satisfactory roof ing for any purpose, even on old shingles. Pilgrim Bros. RICHMOND. IND. Cor. Filth and Main. Warehouse : 619 S. 9lh SI. SEE OUR SPRING LINE .of. GO-CARTS at HASSENBUSCH'S SPECIALS BULK OLIVES. 30c QUART. SUGAR CURED HAMS 12'.4c lb. (Fig. 10 to 13 lbs each HADLEY BROS.. Phones 292 &. 2292. QUEEN 30c Qt. In 1-lb. air tight tin cans Fuil weight The finest 25c Coffee in the City See Hive Grocery IVIAIIM STREET. FEB. 10 O'CLOCK.