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fHE RICIIMOXD PALLADIUM AND SUX-TELEG RAM, THURSDAY, MARCH 26, 1908.
PAGE THREE. If You Are "Blue" This Will Make You Pink. f J. Are you evr "blue"? A a ( W rule people with utomach iis- 4 i orders always are. If before i fc breakfast, dinner and supper H you do not ferl a hearty-hungry W feeling and longing for food of 1- almoft any kind, if you fe-l j fintrky and want sonwthinsr to ! rat but can't tell what, then you 4 are most likely bordering on H chronic dyapepsia. 4t If you feel bloated have heartburn, Hour stomach, bad breath, and feel languid, dull or nervous and irritable, then you urely have need for the follow- fr lnjc simple recipe, which It is claimed has cured many famous 4 ( people. The Battle ( reek spec- ( lalist who first announced its fr it wonderful efficacy says: "1 4 Ifr have prescribed it for several 4 years with th utmost success. H Its power over stomach disord- 5 ers is now well known to many S physicians, and probably lies in the peculiar blending properties H of concentrated essences. Take a half-pint bottle and get two W ounces of syrup of Ginger and fr Mr two ounces of essence of Pepsin J mixed together. Then get that fr H rare hut most valuable concen- H H t ration known as essen-e of Car- ( dtol. which is packet! in one- j. ounce packages only. Take th:s 5 l and mix all together. Thu S take one or two teaspoonfuls after each meal. To excite ap- 5 t petite, take a spoonful before eating. May be taken freely lv f adults and children with weak i stomachs." i RECOGNITION GIVEN Annunciation Day in Catholic Churches of City Duly Observed. THE ORIGIN OF THE DAY. Appropriate recognition was accord ed yesterday sis annunciation flay in the Catholic churches of t lie city. In Great Britain it is commonly call ed Lady day; in Fiance, Notre Dame 4p. Mars (Our Lady of March.) This day is held in the Roman Catholic rhurch as a great festival and in the Anglican church as a feast, in com Tiienioration of the message of the An fe Gabriel to the Virgin Mary, int'onn f UK her that the Word of God was le rome flesh. It is a very ancient in stitution in the Latin church. Among the sermons of St. Augustine, who died in 4.'!0, are two concerning the festival of the annunciation. The an nunciation was made at the time the Virgin was living at Nazareth. The calendar of the Anglican church drives the following: Jn representa tions of the annunciation, the Virgin Is shown kneeling or seated at a table reading. Her emblem, the lily, is usu ally placed between her and the angel Gabriel, who holds in one hand a scepter surmounted by a fleur-de-lis on a lily stalk; generally a scroll is proceeding from his mouth with the words "Ave Mara grata plena," and sometimes the Holy Spirit, represent ed as a dove, is seen descending to wards the Virgin. r There is an idea prevalent among a few that the Roman Catholics wor ship the Virgin Mother; this is wholly erroneous, for they only hold a deep regard aud respect for her as she was the mother of God when the "Word" was made flesh." HOW COUGH GERMS MULTIPLY. When you have a cold the mucous membrane is inflamed and the disease germs which you breathe find lodge ment and multiply, especially the pneumonia germ. Foley's Honey and Tar soothes and heals the inflamed air passage, stops the cough and expels the cold from your system. Refuse substitutes. A. G. Luken & Co. HORSE SALE. Large Sale of Horses and Mules Saturday, March 2S. 190S. at Gus Taube's Barn, 124 and 126 North tith Street, Richmond, Ind. 25-2t THIS OFFICIAL Nebraska Attorney General After Express Companies. Lincoln, Neb.. March 2?.-In a letter to Attorney II. W. Breckinridge of Omaha. Attorney General Thompson declares he will never dismiss the case gainst the express companies doing business In Nebraska. He declares, in answer to a suggestion from the attor ney, that litigation be ended: ' I know of no conduct on the part of these ex press companies that merits the clem ency you suggest. They have shown little or no disposition to obey the law. How's This? We offer One Hundred Dollars Tie ward for an oase of Catarrh that can not be cured by Hall's Catarrh Cure F. .1. CHKNKV & CO.. Toledo, O. Wc. the undoi'signed. have known F. .1 Cheney for the last 15 years, and believe him perfectly honorable in all business transactions and ffnanciallv iHf t- carry out any obligations made by his firm. WaldinK. Kinnan - Marvin. Wholesale Prugryists. Toledo O Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken inter nally, acting directly upon the b'ood nd mucous surfaces of the system Testimonials sent free. Price T5cu per bottle. Sold by all Drujfsrtsts. Take Hall's Family Pills for consti pation. : INSURANCE, REAL ESTATE; LOANS, RENTS f W. H. Bradbury & Son Rooms 1 and 3, Wastcott Blk 4 BURPEE SEEDS SWEET PEAS NASTURTIUM VELVET LAWN GRASS HADLEY BROS.. Phones 292 and 2292. MEANS BUSINESS J D. PULTS IS AFTER BIG DAMAGES Seeks $10,000 From C, C. & L. for Injuries Resulting In Death of Wife. ACCIDENT TWO YEARS AGO. MRS. PULTS SURVIVED UNTIL WEEK AGO NIECE OF LOCAL MAN INJURED AT SAME TIME, DIED TRIAL AT HAMILTON. Interest is shown locally in the dam age suit now being heard in the circuit court at Hamilton. Ohio, in which John D. Pults, cashier of the bank at College Corner, seeks to recover $H,ooo from the Chicago. Cincinnati & Louisville railroad company for the death of his wife. The wreck in which Mrs. Pults was injured so badly that death en sued, also caused the death of Miss Jennie Holland, the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Corner, and the ons of this city. Holland, of College niece of Charles Ly Upon the conclusion of the testimony of Mr. Pults, the coun sel for the defendant moved that the court instruct the jury to bring in a verdict for the defense, alleging Mrs. Pults' death was due solely to her own carelessness. This the court refused to do on the ground it was a matter for the jury to determine as to how far Mis. Pults was responsible for her fate through her own carelessness. Tes timony for the railroad company began yesterday. The estate of Mrs. Pults has a suit of $15,000 ponding besides that of the woman's husband. The accident, in which Mrs. Pults was mortally wounded and Miss Hol land lost her life occurred two years ago last December. Mrs. Pults sur vived lier injuries until last week, when death resulted. Kver since the accident she had been under the care of a physician and specialist at Cincin nati. One arm. which suffered severe injuries, had been the cause of constant suffering and a number of the nerves and ligaments were removed by an op eration in the hope of giving relief. The accident to the Holland girl re sulted in the loss of both arms and both legs. The Lucky Quarter Is the one von pay out for a box of Dr. Kinp's New I,ife Pills. They bring yon the health thafs more prec ious than jewels. Try them for head ache, billionsness. constipation and malaria. If they disappoint yon ths price will be cheerfully refunded at A. G. Liikei & Co. drns store. Amusements THEATRICAL CALENDAR, NEW PHILLIPS. Week of March 23 Vaudeville. GENNETT. March 24, 25, 27 and 28 Clark's Com edian's. March 26 "The Sweetest Girl in Dixie," Vaudeville at the Phiilips. Saturday, a special matinee for children will be given at the New Phillips and as this week's bill is a lively one they will be pleased by it. One of the hardest parts of a vaude ville program to make interesting is the musical end. Few have succeed ed better at this than the Imperial Musical Trio, which is at the New Phillips this week. Clark's Comedians. Clark's Comedians, headed by Richard Bly, a mental wonder, are not appearing at the Gennett today be cause "The "Sweetest Girl in Dixie" has the right of way. The Clark com pany will resume on Friday after noon and continue for the remainder of the week. "The Sweetest Girl in Dixie." The Galveston, Texas, News, says of tonight's offering at the Gennett: Two appreciative audiences were entertained yesterday at the matinee and evening performance of "The Sweetest Girl in Dixie." at the Grand. Tt is a play full of beart interest, clean and wholesome throughout. It deals with old Southern aristocracy, with a designing villain from Northern districts, who is from the type of which carpet-baggers were drafted. A farmer mortgages his homestead and places himself at the mercy of the vil lain who desires to marry his daugh ter. They were on the verge of being dispossessed of the ancient home when the hero, a dashing Yankee cous in, comes to the rescue to the discom fiture of the villains, aud the delight of the "darkies." LA F0LLETTE NAMED. Judge John M. La Follette. of the Jay circuit court, has been named as special judge to hear the case of Hon ey vs. Laughlin, tipon a petition for a change of venue. PROTRACTED MEETINGS. Protracted meetings are in progress at the "Wesleyan Methodist church on South Tenth street. All members of the congregation and friends are urged to attend. It coaxes back that well feeling, healthy look, puts the sap of life into your system, protects you from di sease. Hollister's Rocky Mountain Tea has no equal as a spring tonic tor tne wnoie tamiiy. -s-c. ua or N 17 Doz. Misses' Hose 15c Quality Imperfection Caught Up By Needle See Them Examine Them Half Price 70 pair. Trade Follows the Open Evenings. CANDIDATECHEERFUL Miller and Watson Managers Are Both Predicting a Victory. THE WAY VOTES LINE UP. By an estimate made by Capt. Jack' Gowdy of the strength of .lames K. Watson as a gubernatorial candidate, the Sixth district congressman is giv en 640 votes on first ballot. Wilson Roose, manager of the campaign of Charles Miller claims votes for his candidate. Gowdy claims to be sure Watson is about "on votes in the1 lead of anv of his competitors. The Captain says he feels assured his can didate will be nominated very early in the convention. Hugh Miller, another candidate is making no claims as to the first ballots but will be found with Tot? votes on the last ballot. This is the number required for election and is another way of Mr. Miller to say he will be the choice of the convention. A BROAD STATEMENT. It is in the form of a tablet, and is the only pile remedy used internally. It is impossible to cure an etsab lished case of Piles with ointments, suppositories or injections. A $1,000 guarantee with every pack age. $1.00. IjOO H. Fine, Richmond. Indiana, or Dr. Leon ha nit Co., Station R, Buffalo. N. Y. Dr. Leonhardfs Hem-Roid will cure any case of Piles. E GOES TO EftSTHAVEN Confined in the Jail for Sever al Months. Benjamin Eshelman. the aged in sane man. who has been confined at the county jail for a number of months has been taken to the Eastern Indiana Hospital for the insane. Eshelman was a paroled patient and for this rea son received accommodations at the hospital before they could be obtained for other insane men. who have been awaiting their turn for several months longer than he. STEWART SUCCEEDS REDFIELD PROCTOR Governor Fletcher Makes Ap pointment. Proctor, Vt.. March John XV. Stewart of Middlebury. former gover nor of Vermont, has been appointed to the United States Senate by Gover nor Fletcher D. Proctor to fill the va cancy caused by the recent death of Senator Redfield Proctor. Mr. Stewart's term will expire this coming fall. "THE Hosiery Sale FRIDAY and SATURDAY Some Imperfections, Seconds, but caught up by the needles. A 25c Ladies Lisle Hose at Half Price, Only 12 l-2c. 15c Misses Hose, Black, at One-Half Price, 7c 15c Ladies Rib Top Hose, One-Half Price 74c 25c Ladies' Lisle Hose, One Half Price, 12J4c Low Prices, and the This the Busy Store. PEPLE'S PETITIONS ARE NOW BEING SIGNED President Wanted to Take a Hand in the War. Lexington. Ky.. March Petitions appealing for Government intervention in the tobacco war are being signed, by many influential citi7Xns in this- and other sections of the Blue Grass Dis trict. The petitions urge the Presi dent to take cognizance of the destruc tion to life and property wrought by the so-called "night riders." After re citing: that, the governor is "incapable" of handling the situation and that grand juries did not indict the guilty parties, the petition says: ' Tnder all circumstances, we believe the National Government should take steps to bring about peace and safety to life and property in Kentucky." Now's the time to take Rocky Mountain Tea. It drives out the germs of winter, builds up the stom ach, kidneys and liver. The most wonderful spring tonic to make peo ple well. You'll be surprised with re sults. arc. Tea or Tablets. A. G. Luken & Co. UNDERTAKERS Mill GIVE TRADING STAMPS Trade Stimulus Used by Chi cago Men. Chicago. March 25. "Trading Stamps with every Funeral-' is the placard that one may expect, to see soon in the windows of the up-to-date Chicago un dertakers. That two or three funeral directors on the northwest side o! the city have adopted the trading stamp system to increase business was revealed yester day when a bereaved widow canceled an order at H. M. Rolston's-. because he would not give her "green" stamps. Friends of hers, she said, who re cently h;id deaths in their families re ceived trading stamps from the under taker, and she insisted on getting the coupons or she would go elsewhere. Mukden. Manchuria, has forty tan neries and a large fur trade, both local and export. Prices are from l." to per cent lower than a year ago. 4 CMMCTT TUCATOC lr. Swishar WSa.aI I? t I I I ri Thursday Night, March 26 First Time in This City. The Sweetest Girl in Dixie A Southern Story by a Southern Woman. As Pure and Swpet as a Magnolia Blossom. Not a Problem Play. Endorsed by Press and People. PPRICES 25 to 75c. Seats at Westcott Pharmicy. ; I COLISEUM evening POLO FRIDAY EVENING, MARCH 27 Greeks vs. Beallview at 7:30 Empires vs. Crescents at 8:30 Admission 10c to all Parts of House 12 Doz. Ladies' Rib Top Hose 15c Quality Imperfection Caught Up With Needle See Them Examine Them Half Price 71c pair. Low Prices Makes STIE" Cor. 9th and Main WAGNER HAS MOST CHEERFUL PROSPECTS May Remain in Jail All His Life. Brazil. Ind., March ''.. Unless Peter Wagner changes his mind he may stay in jail all his life, because he refuses to pay a debt. He was sued last fall by Archie Tate, who got a judgment for $4. Wagner left, the city and did not return until yesterday when he was asked by Mayor Shattuck if he intend ed to pay the judgment. He defied the officers to collect it. He was arrested and sent to jail. Tate says h will pay Wagner's jail board the rest, of his life if he does not pay and Wagner says he will not settle. ANNA GOULD SEEKS HER KITS CONSENT Desires to Wed Prince De Sacjan. New York. March 2;. That Mine. Anna Gould spoke the truth when she denied a secret marrige to Prince Helie Te Sagan in Germany seems well es tablished. Else why should she be trying to se cure her family's consent to the union now V Mias Helen Gould is said to have agreed to the marriage, but that George Gould has done so too. is not certain. George Gould is trustee of most of Mme. Gould's fortune and un less he is agreeable, many complica tions are likely to arise. It must be remembered that one of the Goulds admits Prince Helie is in America. Some of the great Atlantic liners em ploy !." firemen. ECZEMA Itching or Psoriasis Use Blanchard's Eczema Lotion Prices: 6-oz. bottle. $1; 12-oz. bot tle. $2. at COXKEY-MOXXIXGER'S. Instruction and advice free. No red tape. Describe your case, or ask me any questions on skin diseases, or for booklet. Address PROF. J. I3LAXCH ATtD, SKIN SPECIALIST, 3S11 Cot tage Grove Avenue, Chicago, 111. E- I lL. Manager Freda Sleman's Beautiful Southern Drama Skating every Tuesday, Thursday, Saturday, morning, afternoon and 1 1 STYLE 10 l M1f:' The man of position. ho tivMtt? f I IS 9 manifests a total disregard tlw PS&lffeWvJ II The man of position, who manifests a una; disregard fr fashion as regards dress and promenades defiantly be fore the public iu antiquat ed ai'.iie is uncomfortable unless h is mentally obtuse. He assumes an indifference to public opinion which he does not feel, and he de ceives no one least of ai himself. For just a more trirte more than ordinarx clothes cift. you can get at this store, not alone styles so requisite for displaying our correct and proper at titude toward the conven tionalities of social life, busi ness or college, but in addi tion the bet.t workmanship as well, which coupled with the right sort of materials, go to make up the clothes that gentlemen wear. SLITS $10.00 TOP COATS I and promenades defiantly b- ft? ' T5 ''yffft j fort- the public iu antiuar- fel'Jff Ht' 4t The Hat Shop The Shirt Shop The Boys' Shop R0SENBL00M, 824 MAIN Richmond CLOSING 0 Stetson's $5.50 and $6.00 Shoes now Douglas $3.50 Shoes, now Krippendorf $3.50 Shoes now All Other Goods in Same Proportion. SALE CLOSES TUESDAY, MARCH 31 ST. . Open Saturday Night EDWARD J. HUMPE At Richmond Shoe Co., 8th and Main NOW IS THE TIME And the PLACE is the CAIN LUMBER COMPANY (19-27 South Eleventh St.) To buy that bill of LUMBER you are going to need as soon as the sun shines. Come in and see us. Phone 1010. T35r Hi ri II mm to $30.00 $10.00 to $25 NEARLY EVERYBODY SHOPS HERE BUNTIN & CO, STREET Shoe Go. $3.98 $2.69 $2.42 lit! I j SALE JLTabieU. A- G. .Luken St Co.