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TONIC OF SPRING EFFECTS BUSINESS AMERICAN GIRL TO BE WEDDED BEFORE KING AND ROYAL FAMILY. Favorable Weather Is Doing Much to Stimulate All Trades. Bnergy is well-nourished muscles plus well-nourished nerves. RECOVERY IS PREDICTED. Uneeda Biscuit 6TEADY INCREASE, ALTHOUGH SLOW, MAKES EVERYTHING FAVORABLE BANK EXCHANG ES LESS THAN A YEAR AGO. are the greatest energy-makers of all the wheat foods. TIIE RICIIMOXD PALLADIU3I AND SUX-TELEGRA3I, SATURDAY, MARCH 28, 1908. TTT TT 1 ram j '-waawMBaHMa i 1 Nw York, March 28.-R. G. Dun's Wooklr Review of Trade today says: Retail trade in spring gooda made further progress, and the conservative buying dealers In preparing for curren cy distribution Is now providing a good supplementary demand from wholesale and Jobbing houses. Unusually ad vanced weather in many sections stim ulates business, and agricultural work is making an early start. In the lead ing Industries there Is evidence of gradual Increase in contracts, mans; plans preparing for greater activity on April 1, while proposed reductions in wages have produced no threats of strikes. The beet news of the week as to manufacturing conditions comes from the leather industry, although i shipments of footwear through Botston , are only about two-thirds those of the same week last year. Dispatches from the West and South are most fa vorable to the general commercial sit uation, a few cities reporting the vol ume of business fully equal to last year, and these statements are sup ported by bank exchanges at these points about the same as In 1 There is still complaint regarding mer- . cantile collections, although improve- ment Is noted. Progress In the iron and steel indus try continues irregular. The outlook is encouraging, however, because im provement in the financial situation continues. In the primary markets for textile fabrics there is more inquiry, especial ly for small quantities of cotton to be shipped promptly. Urgency of de mand for Immediate shipment indi cates that stocks in distributing chan nels are light, and goods must be se cured for delivery on orders that were taken but not provided for, in the ex pectation that lower prices would be named by producers before retail deal ers called for them. The decline in price of raw material has had a de pressing effect on. the tpne of the mar i et for cotton goods. Signs of Improvement are seen in e New England footwear industry, . trough many leading manufacturers Ltiil report trade quiet. Seasonable lines of merchandise move freely at Chicago. Trade im i Moves at Cleveland. Retail trade compares favorably with last year's at Cincinnati, and clothing manufacturers ere well employed. There is more for ward business, but collections are still slow. t Bank exchanges thlsweck at all lead ing cities in the United States are $1, !''7,50.644. 30.2 per cent under a year ago and 17.S per cent less than in the corresponding week of 190. The loss at New York City still reflects in part the largely reduced volume of stock Market operations this year; outside of New York there is a decrease of 13.1 per cent compared with last year, mainly due to the much smaller clear ings at Boston. Philadelphia, Baltimore and Pittsburg, most southern cities and at San Francisco. The loss at the West is still small, notably at Chicago, while some western cities report larg er exchanges than last year and nearly all of them larger exchanges than in the corresponding week in March two years ago when trade was active. A LIFE AT STAKB our life may be at stake when you notice any sign of kidney or bladder trouble a Bright's disease and di 'abetes start with a slight Irregularity that could be quickly cured by Foley's Kidney Remedy. Commence taking it at the first sign of danger. A. O. Lu- &n ft Co. FORGED TO GET MARRIAGE LICENSE Youthful Husband Received Awful Jolt. " Crawfordsville. Ind.. March 2S. Love s young dream received a severe jolt Friday at Ladoga, near here, when John Kirby, aged 19. was put in jail on a forgery charge. Kirby courted Miss Ruth Algood. aged It?, of Roach dale, against the wishes of her par ents. Finding himself unable to fin ance the nuptial event he forged, it is alleged, the name of his brother to a check on the Farmers and Merchants' Bank at Iadoga. The couple went to' Indianapolis Wednesday and were married. As they alighted from the train Friday Kirby was arrested. No Use To Die. . "I have found out that there is no use to die of lung trouble as long as you can get Dr. King's New Discov ery," says Mrs. J. P. White, of Rush boro. Pa. "I would not be r.live to-day only for that wonderful medicine. It loosens up a cough quicker than any thing else, and cures lung disease even after the case is pronounced hope less." This most reliable remedy for coughs and colds, la grippe, asthma, bronchitis and hoarseness. Is sold un der guarantee at A. G. Luken & Co. drug store. 50c. and $1.00. Trial bot le free. London, March 28. A dispatch to the Globe from Rome says it is under stood there that the wedding of the Duke of Abruzzi and Miss Catherine ! Elkins, at Washington, will be follow ed by a full state ceremony in the presence of the King and royal family of Italy and ministers of the quirinal, when the presidents of the senate and council, as officers of the state and crown, respectively, will transcribe the act of the marriage on the regis ter of the royal household. The Globe correspondent adds that there has been an exchange of cor dial telegrams between the king and President Roosevelt, and that King Victor Emmanuel has invited Senator Elkins and his family to visit Rome. Another dispatch from Rome says that the Rev. Fathers Patrick Walsh and Alphonse Areez, of Brooklyn, had a long interview with the Pope yester- j day about the marriage. It is also stated that a private mission is on the way to New York from the Pope, who is anxious for the conversion of Miss Elkins to Catholicism. FORMER WAYNE COUNTY MAN DEAD James Morris Expire at Ad vanced Age. Hagtrstown. Ind.. March US. Word was received here by relatives of the death of James Morris, age Stf years, al the home of a daughter. Mrs. Mary Hanlon, at Cleves. Ohio. The de ceased was a former resident of Wayne county. He was a stock buyer and at that time drove the stock to the Cincinnati markets, for a number rf years. The deceased was born in Roseoruon county, Ireland, and crossed the ocean three times, the last time in the year lSTil. settling at Cincinnati. Ohio. He was the father of ten chil dren, five of whom survive; the grand father of ;S children and great-grandfather of 35 children. He had a large circle of friends throughout the county. Mrs. Henry Strickler. a daughter liv ing east of Hagcrstown. attended the funeral services. Foley's Orino laxative is sold un der a positive guarantee to cure con stipation, sick headache, stomach trouble, or any form of indigestion. It it fails, the manufacturers refund jour money. nat more can any one do. A. G. Luken & Co. LETTER LIST. Ladies' List Mrs. Julia Anenstus. lae military forces stationed there. Mrs. Sara Dow, Nora Fanoright, Mary ; After so much information regarding F. Jones. Miss Viola Long, Mrs. C. D. , lauds "across the sea." Miss Ella McConnell. Mrs. Agness Miller. Miss . Smith brought the club back to real Leila Phillis, Miss N. Stevens. Mrs. Uife In Cambridge City, by speaking in Sarah Swift, Kate Walker. j an interesting manner of the possibil- Gentlemen's List Parvin Bond. A. j ifies and needs of a public park and B. Callins. J. W. Cooper. John Foster. ; the duty of the people toward it. All Harry Filips. C. A. Reed, Roberson & ! the papers brought forth much valu Roberson. Alaro Saleven, F. H. ; able discussion. scnmiat. ti. a. spring, t-ranco Sidanio, Biriley Tesic, James York. Drops Chelsie Acton. Mr. Shane. J. A. SPKENHIER, P. DUKE OF ABRUZZI AND CAMBRIDGE CITY, IND. Cambridge City, Ind.. March 2. Mr. and Mrs. Ossian Calloway have returned from a trip to Cincinnati. While there, they had the pleasure of seeing "Carmen" presented by the San Carlos Opera company. Mrs. W. T. Johnson has returned from a visit, to her mother and othef ! relatives in Falmouth. Mrs. John Macke of Indianapolis, was here Thursday. Mr. Gage Rife played for the dance given by the Twentieth Century club of Milton on Friday night. Otto Grass went to Terre Haute on a business trip Friday. Willard I'lrich returned from India napolis on Thursday evening, where he had been in attendance at the state democratic convention. Mr. George Peef, Sr.. of Indianapolis is the guest of his son. Thomas Poet, and family for a few days. Miss Julia Hoyd went to Indianapo lis Friday afternoon, to spend Sunday with her sister. Nellie. Mr. Alex Mcintosh is at home from Alberta. His wife proceeded him some weeks ago. Mr. Eiihu Mills, wife and daughter, were in Richmond Thursday. Mr. Olin Hoyd. of St. Louis, was here on Thursday, the guest of Dr. H. H. Hoyd and family. He returned to St. Ixmis Friday. Mrs. S. 1,. Wheeler is visiting her daughter, Mrs. Thomas Henbv, of Dub lin. The Good Time Circle met with Mrs. M. R. Krahl Thursday afternoon. Needlework and conversation was the pro;vam for the afternoon. The Ladles Aid society of the M. K. church will have an all day meeting and sewing with Mrs. T. P. Walter oa next Wednesday. Mrs. Carrie Franklin of Bedford, Ind., will spead Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Pauf. Mrs. Jennie Brooks and daughter, Bessie were in Indianapolis Thursday. Mrs. John Hower of Connersville, visited here this week. The Friday Night club held its last business and literary meeting Mrs. Mary Riche this week. with Three papers were read Prof. Lee Ault : treated of "English Institutional Life." ; The Woman's Foreign Missionary so Miss Catherine Calloway told of Gi-1 braltar. speaking of its natural tea- lmmmmmmm Itures. its customs and particularly of : -Mrs. Benton Hson and little daughter are at home after a visit of;tionuf. n!70tr ; several days with New Castle friends, i bottle. Sold by an Pr'jeeists. Miss Elizabeth Rankin, of Ricb-K MISS CATHERINE ELKINS. mond. visited the schools of this place Friday. Miss Edith EHason. of Earlham col lege was here Friday. Messrs. Alvin and Harry Heitsch are home from Bloomington. Jl Good For Everybody. Mr. Norman R. Coulter, a prominent architect, in the Delbert Building, San Francisco, says: "I fully endorse all that has been said of Electric Bitters as a tonic medicine. It is good for ev erybody. It corrects stomach, liver and kidney disorders 'n a prompt and efficient manner and builds up the system." Electric Hitters Is the best spring medicine ever sold over a drug gist's counter; as a blood purifier it is unequaled. drug store. oftc. at A. G. Luken & Co. CENTERVILLE. IND. Centerville. Ind March - Vk Edna Greene entertained at supper on ' Thursday. Miss M area ret. Windsor nf Muncie. Mrs. E. Y. Teas went to Indianapo lis on Thursday for a brief visit to friends. Mrs. Theodore Monger or Cambridge City and Mrs. Charles Harris of Web ster, were guests this week of Mr. and Mrs. William Harvey. H. H. Peelle has sold his dwelling on Walnut street, at present occupied by Mr. and Mrs. Clinton Cooney. to Cas ta Tomlin of Richmond, who will soon take possession. Mrs. Bethany Lashley and Miss Kate Frazier. snent Friday at Wil-1 liamsburg. where they visited Mrs. Mattie Ladd who is quite ill. Mrs. M. A. Brow and daughter. Miss Mode, entertained Miss Flora Brown of Homecrdft, Dublin. Thurs- day. The Woman's Cemetery association met on Friday afternoon in the rooms of the Civic club. Business connect ed with the exhibition given Thurs day evening, was the principal topic before the meeting. A mass meeting of citizens was held at the town hall on Friday evening to discuss the subject of installing electric lights in Centerville. How's This? We offer One Hundred Dollars Re- I ward for any cast of Catarrh that can- not tic enrol tv nan s tjaiarrn cure. F. J. CHENEY & CO.. Toledo. O. We. the undersigned, have known K. J. Cheney for the last 15 years, and believe him perfectly honorable in all business transactions and financially able to carry out any obligations made by his firm. Waldinjf. Klnnan & Marvin. Wholesale Prucz-ists. Toledo. O. Hall's Catarrh Cure ts taken Inter nally, acting directly upon the b'ood system. ac. per Take Halls Family Pills tor consti-U.kil I ciety of the Friends' church met on Thursday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Aaron Napier. Mrs. Phariba White Stephens and Mrs. Emma Hart ley of Richmond, were present. The society will hold monthly meetings. The Twentieth Century Dancing club met at the town hall. Besides the members of the club, there was a large number of invited guests. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph S. Greene will go to Muncie to reside about the mid dle of April. The "Tom Thumb Wedding." which was presented at the town hall Thurs day evening under the auspices of the , Centerville Woman's Cemetery associa- J tion. was eminently a success. The i house was nacked bv one of the most ; . ,. .. . i n i avenue. one snouioer mane appreciative audiences ever assembled I 1 ' ,,,,,, , . ' . ,. ., , , .'was broken, his back badly Injured. in this place. The little people acted i . . their parts to perfection. The ceme tery association received ..'-'.'Jo as its share of the net receipts. Miss Wind sor expresses herself as highly pleased with the hospitality and patronage of the people of Centerville. HOW COUGH GErtMS 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 .sytetn. Refuse substitutes. A. G. Luken & Co. MILTON, IND. Milton. Ind., March 1'. - Miss Shaw a returned missionary will speak at M. E. church at .'! :.'! p. in.. Sunday March under auspices of the W. F. M. S. The public is invited. Mrs. Ellen Marlatt Walker, who has been visiting relatives in this vicinity has returned to New Castle. Vergil Philpot and family have mov ed into Mrs. Mary Deck's home and will care for her. Ed Schepman and family will occu py the Wm. Davis property on Con nersville street. Mr. Davis will live with them. Mrs. Chris Slonaker is entertaining her brother, Mr. Kennel of Missouri. Mr. and Mrs. J. M. McMahan enter- : tained their nieces Frances and Harriet McMuIlen of Union county this week. Lester Smith has a position in a newspaper office in Cincinnati. Mrs. Sarah Michael of Muncie is vis iting Milton relatives. Miss Nellie Jones was hostess to the Cary Club Thursday afternoon. There was no program given, but the time was spent at needlework. At an ap pointed hour dainty refreshments were served. Rev. Aaron Napier began a revival meeting at the Friends' church Thurs day evening. Miss Leora Bogue of Fairmount is assisting in the song ser vice. Alvin McClung has returned to In dianapolis. GREENSFORK, IND. Greensfork. Ind.. March 2 George Mosey spent Thursday in Cincinnati on business. Mr. and Mrs. Elvin Thornburg spent j Thursday with their daughter. Mrs Will Brooks. Mrs. Matthew Brooks has returned ; from a short visit with relatives in ; Richmond. Mrs. Ollie Smith and son of Rich- ; mond. are spending the week with her j parents. Mr. and Mrs. William Nich-1 olson. ; Mrs. Maude Woodruff has returned home after spending a few days in In dianapolis. Frank Litzenberg of Middletown. called here Friday. Mrs. J. Ridge and Mrs. Alva Cook, returned Friday from a few days' vis it with relatives in Hagerstown. Mrs. Roy Copeland of Cambridge City, is the guest of her parents. Mr. and Mrs. William Boyd. There is not a vacant house in town at present. Miss Maria Underhill is having an addition built to her boose. Dr. Kerr was in Richmond Friday. An old lady about to hire a cab in London, asked the cabman if he could take her to Trafalgar square. The cab- wouldn't If I could, and the next time T ,.4flrli ,. In dust tight. moisture proof packages. Never sold in bulk. NATIONAL BISCUIT COMPANY REAMER THOUGHT HE WAS PLAYING GAME New Castle Man Fell From a Second Story Window. New Castle, Ind., March 2 -Tod Herliman, a local baseball and polo enthusiast, dreamed -he was playinu baseball and while making a rush for the base with the ball fell from the Ll"'u -v "' "'"' .-.....1 .. ; .1 ... 1,1.. i ... .. Physicians say he will recover. COLDS CAUSE HEADACHE LAXATIVE BltoMO QUININE re moves the cause. I'sed the world ov er to Cure a Cold in One Day. E. W. Grove's signature on box. 25c. A ;'iih":'1. ! .' ! f r. The late Kffi'-i L. Mi.ipley, the bril liant Philadelphia lawyer, wrote "Solid For Mulhooiy." v.hi' U hart an immense success. On e at a (.inner nn editor congratulated Mr. Shapley warmly on 'Solid For Mulhooiy." The editor said it was powerfully written. Mr. Shnp ley replied: "Yes. I supple I .' in a powerful writer. The oilier day I wrote a letter of eonilolenrc to the widow of an o'.d friend. :'.ul I under stand Hint the lady n sooner rend my letter than, c!n it?intj her blak gow.i to a pink one, she went to a matiiiee." Argonaut. Both rronijf rcil In ('irqDrii('f, l'atlier-iu-la w Extravagance, ex travagance: Yott offer nie a fifteen cent cigar! When I was your age I couldn't afford anything better than a fiver: Son-in-law (who has just got n girl with a fortune Exactly ; other wise I could r.ot afford anything better now myself. Fliegende Blatter. rialn. Lecturer on Woman's Rights Wo man has risen. We will no longer b the slaves ami playthings of the tyrant man. Am I plain? Unympathetic Male Voice You are. London Maga zine. They Han't $pak Sow, Jess He hasn't got snse enough to propose to a woman. Tess Is that o? Well, be and I are engaged! Jess Well? Cleveland Leader. There'e nothing makes a man mad der than to know h has made a fool of himself after having his own way abont it. Three hundred Berlin streets are planted with 4M"xtf trees, which are said to represent a value of "nearly sji m ." x i. About a thousand gardeners and assistants are employed to take care of them. GENNETT THEATRE Tuesday Wednesday, Friday, Saturday Men. 24, 25, 27,28. The Greatest Occult Performance Ever Produced. RICHARD BLY The Mental Marvel in the Positive Sensation SOMNOLENCY He calls thf names of many people in the audience and gives an swers to questions which have been written and retained by them, positively unseen by any onp but the writer. Some of his experi ments in telepathy and kindred phenomena are among the wonders of the age. Also Eight Big Vaudeville Acts. Pathe Talking Pictures. All with Clark's Corredians. PRICES Matinees, 10 cents; night, 10, 20, ?,'). Seats at West cott Pharmacy. THE NEW PHILLIPS O. G. MURRAY, Lessee. Daily at 3:Q0 and 8:15; Saturday Night, A. OVERTURE Miss Eva Hazeltine. Assisted by Phillips Theatre Orchestra (even ings only). B. MARK JOHNSON Comedy Trick Cyclist. C. ILLUSTRATED SONG Mr. Cook. "I Long to See You Once Again." Special Matinee each Saturday; children, 5 cents; souvenirs at Wednes day's matinee. General admission, 10c. Reserved seats at night, 5c extra. Amusements THEATRICAL CALENDAR. NEW PHILLIPS. Week of March 23 Vaudeville. ' GENNETT. March 24. 25, 27 and 28 Clark's Com edian'. Vaudeville at the Phillips. For next week at the New Phillips the Four Franks will furnish, the head- nnt act. presenting a rarce cornea y en titled. "A Mixed Affair." They will b counted on to furnish a suitable end ing for the bill and advance notices indicate that they will be able to deliv er the goods. At other plac.ew on th circuit they have more than made good. Other numbers on the program will be a piano overture by Misa Eva Hazeltine, assisted by the Phillips or chestra. Mark Johnson, comedy trick cyclist. Illustrated song. Mr. Cook, "I Long to See You Once Again." West and Benton, singers and dancers, Charles Harris, character comedian, and the canieragraph, showing the lat est motion pictures. The management believes Uie bill will compare very favorably with the excellent ones that have been presented the past few weeks. Two special matinees will be given durum the week, a souvenir one for the ladies on Wednesday and a half price one for the children on Satur day. Tonight's bill will close with the double performance that is umal on Saturday night. Those who have not yet seen the present program will not regret taking this final opportunity to do so. Moore & Ogborn Fire Insurance Agents. Will go on your Bond. Will Insure you against Burglary, Theft and Larceny. Room 16. I. O. O. F. Bldg.. Phones. Homo 1589. Bell 53 R. TERRE HAUTE, INDIANAPOLIS & EASTERN TRACTION CO. Excursion to INDIANAPOLIS And Return, Account of REPUBLICAN STATE CONVENTION Good going March 31-April 1. Good returning up to and Includ- ing last train, Apr. 3rd. Good on Limited Trains. Fare, Round trip $1.75. For further informs- tion inquire of local agant. VAUDEVILLE THEATRE WEEK OF MARCH 33. 7:30-to 10:15. D. WEST AND BENTON Vaudevilles Neatest Singers an4 Dancers. E. CHAS. HARRIS Character Comedian. F. THE FOUR FRANKS Farce Comedy Entitled, "A lUxM Affair." G. THE CAM ER AGRA PH Latest Motion Pictures.