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Trrrr rrrtTH3iu:NX rALLAUiuji ad s ux-telegrasi, TUESDAY, MAKC1I 31. liios.
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A SWER
BED MEN'S CALL
Hundreds of Men Will Attend
The District Meeting at
Connersville.
ELABORATE PLANS MADE.
BIG PARADE AND CONCLAVE WILL
BE THE CHIEF EVENTS OF THE
COUNCIL, WHICH PROMISES TO
BE GREATEST EVER HELD.
Nature made the Red Man a wander
er and ever 6ince the days of the pro
genitors, who were wont to roam
about the forests and plains of Iheir
native land, (he braves have followed
the hereditary custom. Twenty tribes
of vigorous warriors, who have their
lodge in tents in this district, will wan
tier into Connersville for the annual
district. Iiitf smoke. April 21. Tents
-ill be pitched in the auditorium and
the Big Chief and his band of counsel
lors will enter upon a conclave which
will be one of particular importance
to all braves of the section.
Otonkah Tribe is making prepara
tion to act as host and will provide the
peace pipes and the dog stews. The
Indiana braves are expected to assem
ble in great numbers from out of the
forest glens and hillsides, the signs
end signals calling them to Conners
ville have been displayed and the call
vill not be unanswered.
The program will consist of the re
ception of the Great Chiefs, and visit
ing tribes in the morning; the kindling
tof the great council fire at !:." p. m.,
to confer the Past Sachem degree on
ell brothers entitled thereto. At two
O'clock the tribal council fire will be
kindled, which all degree" members can
ettend, for instructions in the secret
ork, roll call of tribes and questions
to the Great Chiefs.
At 7 p. m.. a parade will form at the
Wigwam and march to the auditorium,
Vhere from 7:3 to S:K o'clock, short
talks will be made by the Great Chiefs.
Work will promptly begin at K o'clock.
For the accommodation of visiting
brethren the large theatre has been
fcecured and the work will be done on
the large stage with appropriate stage
Bettings and scenery and electric lights
for the tableaux. The theatre will
teat l,2tM, so all can sit comfortably
End see everything. The adoption de
cree will be exemplified by Tanpah
Tribe of Rushville, andthe Warriors
end Chiefs degree by Otonkah Tribe of
Connersville.
Dr. Lyon's
PERFECT
Tooth Powder
Cleanses, preserves and
beautifies the teeth, and
Purifies the breath
A superior dentifrice
for people of refinement
Established in 1866 by
TALKS OF LONG TRIP
Expects No Difficulty in Trip
Around the World.
TAKES COMMAND JULY 1.
rui
jlI
UNLUCKY CONDUCTOR
WILLMW RESIGN
Has Figured in Several Trac
tion Wrecks.
Hecause he has been in several
traction car wrecks and now believes
himself to be unlucky, Harry Kli.ins,
a conductor on the I. & C. line has
stated he will resign his position.
Elkins was conductor on one of the
cars in the smashup on that line last
week.
PILE
CURE
FREE
Magdalena, March 31. Rear Admi
ral Charles S. Sperry, who will succeed
to the command of the Atlantic battle
fleet July 1, at San Francisco after ,
Rear Admirals Evans and Thomas i
have been relieved, will retain the Con- j
necticut as his flagship for the world-
girdling trip from the Golden Gate. Ad-,
miral Sperry now commands the fourth
division of the fleet and his flag floats '
from the peak of the Alabama. Almi-,
i ral Sperry enjoys the distinction of
never having been seriously ill during
the 40 years of service in the navy. He
has been on active duty all these years
w ith the exception of a year, and ten
months which represents the total of
his leave of absence.
Speaking of the trip to Japan, Aus
tralia, the Philippines and on through
the Suez canal to New York, Almiral j
Sperry declared that it presented no
great natural difficulties. "It is just;
like the cruise we are now finishing,
only more of it," he said. "All this
talk about the great difficulty and '
danger of navigating the Straits of '
Magellan is amusing. There is noth-!
ing to it at all. It was the simplest
thing in the world, and the cruise
ahead presents nothing more difficult.
Coaling stations are plentiful and sup
ply depots are abundant."
Do vou couch hard and as if your throat and luncrs are beiner torn to
pieces? Is there shortness of breath and rattling and wheezing in the ehestf
- TVv ! rAir TW Dnlt'a fonrVi &ii-n la thd
best remedy safe and sure one tHat has un
doubtedly saved many like-suffering people from
an early grave. Get it at once before too late.
Dr. Bull's
Cough Syrup
was recommended to me by friends and Is an excellent
remedy for cough, etc I had a terribly bad cough, was
quite hoarse ohd could hardly speak. One ana a hall
boitics entirely cured me. Mrs. Sicgert.
934 Sovoye St.. Vest Hoboken. N. 3.
TRIAL BOTTLE FREE.
flrianra in Tr. Bull's Conch
Srrup and to convince you that It will cure, we wilJ
Btndatriul botUe free to ail who will write u and
mention this rap-r. A C. Merer A Co..Balnmor.Md.
experiment vruh a cheap substitute, you jeopardise your
health. Dr. Bull's Cough Syrup always cures -.Insist oa
otririrlt on.l tat. ri'iihinc I'riee 25o.. boo. and 1 .no.
Bj-Ur. Bull a Cough Syrup can te irtven wttn penecx w intjiiunimii.
It I absolutely pure. Uuarentced undcrtbsNattonalPurchoodandUruss Act. fccruJ No. i-Zb.
Amusements
THEATRICAL CALENDAR.
Trial Package of Wonderful Pyramid
Cure Sent to All Who Send
Name and Address.
There a,re hundreds of cases of piles
which have. lasted for L"o and SO years
and have been cured in a few days or
weeks with the marvelous Pyramid
Pile Cure.
Piles sufferers in the past have look
ed upon an operation as the only re
lief. But operations rarely cure, and
often lead to fearful results.
j The Pyramid Pile Cure cures. It
j relieves the swelling, stops the conges
I tlon heals the ulcers and fissures and
I the piles disappear. There is no form
' of piles which this remedy is not made
( to cure.
! The Pyramid Pile Cure can be used
at home. There is no loss of time or
detention from business. There is no
case of piles so severe that the Pyra
mid Pile Cure will not bring relief.
'e make no charge for a trial pack
age of Pyramid Pile Cure. This sam
ple will relieve the itching, soothe the
inflamed membrane and start you on
your way to a cure. After you have
used the sample go to the druggist for
a ."io-cent box of the remedy. Write
today. The sample costs you noth
ing. Pyramid Drug Co., 143 Pyramid
Bldg., Marshall, Mich.
NEW PHILLIPS.
Week of March 30 Vaudeville.
Vaudeville at the Phillips.
No one who goes to tho vaudeville
at the New Phillips this week will
have reason to complain of tho bill
that is being offered patrons of the
house. It Is a lively one throughout
and appeared to give entire satisfac
tion to the audience that attended
Monday night; a much larger audi
ence than might reasonably have been
expected, considering the very dis
agreeable weather. The Four Franks
head the program with their farce
comedy, entitled "A Mixed Affair," a
production that affords opportunities
for comedy situations and some solos
and quartets. The Franks are already
known to patrons of the New Phillips
end they received a cordial welcome
after an absence of some months.
Mark Johnson, comedy trick cyclist, is
wirffout doubt one of the best in this
line ever appearing at the New Phil
lips. West and Benton, singers and
Bancers, are genuine specimens of the
refined vaudeville entertainers and
the former gives an imitation of Prim
rose, the minstrel man, that is very
clever. Charles Harris, character
comedian, has an unusual stunt in
which his overwhelming homely make
tip cuts an important part He con
cludes with a representation of '"The
Old Time Girl." The illustrated song,
as sung by Mr. Cook this week, is "I
Long to See You Once Again" and the
xnotlon pictures are entitled "A Corsi
can's Daughter" and "The Lost Um
brella. There will be a souvenir matinee
for the ladies on Wednesday and a
special matinee for the children on
Baturday. Saturday night the usual
double Nil will be given.
PO IS
IS NATIONAL
MEETING APRIL 2
Ticket Will Be Placed in the
Field.
A NARROW ESCAPE
Many people have a narrow escape
from pneumonia and consumption as a
result of a cold that hangs on. Foley's
Honey and Tar cures coughs and colds
no matter how deep seated and pre
vents pneumonia and consumption.
Refuse substitutes. A. G. Luken & Co.
CINCINNATI, RICHMOND AND
FORT WAYNE RAILROAD
COMPANY.
Richmond, Ind., March 12.190S.
The annual meeting of stockholders
of the Cincinnati, Richmond and Fort
Wayne Railroad Company will be held
at the principal office of the Com
pany, in the city of Richmond. Indi
ana, on Thursday, April 2, 1908, at
ten o'clock A. M., for the purpose of
electing eleven Directors and trans
acting such other business as may
properly come before the meeting.
S. B. LIGGETT,
flly 12-20-31 Secretary.
There Is no medicine so cats and at the tame
time so pleaaant to take as Dr. Caldwell's Syrup
Pepsin, the positive cure for all diseases arising
from sOmach trouble. Tbe price is very reaa
jonable 50c and ft .
St. Louis, March 31. In response to
a call issued on December 2 by Chair
man James H. Ferris, of the People's
party national committee, the national
Fopulist convention will be held on
April 2 in the Olympic Theater for the
purpose of nominating candidates for
President and Vice-President of the
United States and transacting such
other business as may come before the
convention.
There will be 1,100 delegates in
the convention, all of whom have
been instructed to vote for Thom
as E. Watson, of Georgia, for Presi
dent, except the Nebraska delegation
of thirty-seven, who are instructed to
vote for Mr. Bryan, and the Alabama
delegation, who favor former Con
gressman M. W. Howard."
PEOPLE
INTERESTED
Chicago Air Line May Bring
Libel Suits.
COLLEGE STUDENTS
KICK AGAINST
Franklin Students Do Not Like
Forced Physical Exercise.
FISHERMEN GALORE
ALONGJHITEWATER
School Boys Now Make River
Banks Playgrounds.
If there were no other indications,
the long line of fishermen that may
be seen along the banks of the White
water river eai afternoon is a sure
sign that spring has come. Notice the
youngsters, as soon as they are releas
ed from school in the afternoon.
The mamma-wont-let-me-go-to-the-river
boys, play marbles or ball, but the oth
ers tie themselves to the bank of the
stream and there tempt the finny tribe
to give up its life. A large number of
suckers have been caught below the
Main street dam but other varieties
are scarce. The frequent high waters
this spring have not helped fishing to
any great extent. The high water
brings down so much sewage that
fish can find plenty to eat without
searching for baited hooks and accept
ing the risk offered by their tempting
morsel6.
A CARD
This is to certify that all druggists
are authorized to refund your money
if Foley's Honey and Tar fails to cure
your cough or cold. It stops the
cough, heals the lungs and prevents
serious results from a cold. Cures la
grippe coughs and prevents pneu
monia and consumption. Contains no
opiates. The genuine is in a yellow
package. Refuse substitutes. A. G.
Luken & Co.
NIGHT SCHOOL HAS
BEEN INAUGURATED
Ft. Wayne Tries Plan Suggest
ed for Richmond.
The Chicago Air Line, in which a
number of Richmond men are stock
holders and which has been boosted
and roasted in nearly every newspap-'
er of the country now threatens to i
bring suit for liable against all publi-1
cations that it believes have been '
damaging to its reputation. The "Air !
Line News." the official publication!
of the company says the time has ar-i
rived to resent the campaign of false
hood and misrepresentation and put
a stop to it. It asserts the Coopera
tive Construction Company proposes
to bring civil damages in every case
where it can b'e proved damage has
been done.
&,
lift
THOUSANDS PERISH
Thousands perish every year from
consumption resulting from a cold.
Foley's Honey and Tar cures the most
obstinate racking coughs and expels
the cold from your system and pre
vents consumption and pneumonia. It
has cured many cases of incipient con
sumption. A. G. Luken & Co.
GRAND JURY IS
INVESTIGATING MURDER
Students of Franklin college are
making complaint because of the fact
gymnasium work has been made com
pulsory. It will be credited and no
excuse, other than physical inability is
to be acceptable. No regular instruc
tor will be employed, but next year
matters will be arranged differently,
and the gymnasium fee will be $.'! per
term. Franklin college is under the
supervision of the Baptist church.
Classified.
There is a well known editor who
disiikes nothing more than superfluous
questions.
On one occasion the telegraph editor
approached him with this query:
"Here's a story of a big landslide in
the west Under what head shall I put
it?"
"You might throw it iu with the real
estate transfers," caustically suggested
the "old man." Pittsburg Press.
Numerous Witnesses to
pear in Blake Case.
Ap-
Anderson, Ind., March 31. Tho
grand jury has begun investigating
the murder of Mrs. William M. Blake,
of this city at her home, Saturday,
21st inst. Numerous witnesses, most
of them neighbors of the Blake fam
ily, and people who saw Grover Blake
on the day of the murder, have been
subpoenaed as witnesses.
GREENFIELD WISHES
TO MT AS HOST
Cjsires to Entertain North In
diana Conference.
Greenfield, Ind., March 31. The
Bradley M. E. church of this city, will
invite the North Indiana conference to
come to Greenfield in 1!H!, and a large
committee has been named to urge that
the invitation be accepted.
Our chef says Gold Medal Flour only.
Veronica.
C. W. MORGAN
THE GROCER
(Successor to Harry J. Doan)
12th and Main Streets.
Automatic Phone i:65; Bell 229.
Phone Lts Your Order.
SEE OUR SPRING LINE
of
mJ lilt
GO-CARTS
at ,
HASSENBUSCH'S
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 alive 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
tle free.
TEACHERS TO HAVE
DISTINGUISHED VISITOR
President Eliot of Harvard
Will Speak.
Probably the most distinguished
speaker who will be present at the an
nual convention of the Northern In
diana Teachers" association which will
meet in Indianapolis this week, will
be President Charles W. Eliot, of
Harvard university. President Eliot
is generally regarded as the foremost
man in educational work in the coun
try. He has been connected with the
university through a period covering
its greatest growth and for the last
thirty years has acted in the capacity
of president. The elective system
which now prevails in almost all the
colleges in America was introduced by
him a number of years ago at Harvard,
In response to popular demand, the
school board of Fort Wayne has decid-.
ed to conduct a night school for per
sons between the ages of fifteen and
thirty. It has been suggested often
that the local school board operate a
night school, but the matter never has
received serious consideration by the
school board. The undertaking at
Fort. Wayne is in the nature of an ex-!
periment. and its continuance and en-'
largement will depend upon the at
tendance. But one teacher w ill he em
ployed and all the branches will be
taught, so that children, who are em
ployed during the daylight hours, may
have the same advantages they would
enjoy in the graded schools. The age
limit was exi.:ler! m uermii t r-
adults, who feel deficient in certain
lines to improve their educational
qualifications. The school board has
promised to broaden the work and hire
as many teachers as are needed.
Best Healer In the World.
Rev. F. Starbird. or East Raymond,
Maine, says: "I have used Buckien's
Arnica Salve for several years, en my
old army wound, and other obstinate
sores, and find it the best healer in the
world. I use it too with great success
in my veterinary business." Price 23c.
at A. G. Luken & Co. drug store.
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 informa-
tion inquire of local agent.
Hare you fcxraWe of as? k!fid arising- Jrotc
a disordered stomach? iio to your druseigr
ind get a Site or SI bottle of Dr. Caldwell's
Syrup Pepsin, which Is positively guaranteed to
-ut9 you and keep ycu weii.
American Kid
5c CIGAR.
It's all in the Blend. These Cigars
are better than they look.
Ask your dealer.
ED. A. FELTMAN,
MAKER.
609 Main Street.
Foley's Orino Laxative is sold unl
der a positive guarantee to cure con- j
stipation, sick headache, stomach j
trouble, or any form of indigestion. I
If it fails, the manufacturers refund
your money. What more can any one
do. A. G. Luken & Co.
NOTICE.
The annual meeting of the stock
holders of the Richmond Trust Com
pany will be held at the office of the
company, 715 Main St., Richmond,
Ind., on Tuesday, April 7. 1908, at 4
o'clock p. m. for the purpose of elect
ing twelve directors to serve the en
suing year, and the transaction of any
other business that may properly
come before the meetiner.
E. G. HIBBERD," President.
26-2S-31-3-6
A Domestic Debate.
What ket Mrs. Clnbleigh at home r
"A discussion ef the servant girl
question."
"With her elub?"
"No; with her glrL" Cleveland Plain
Dealer.
BY YOUR OWN FIRESIDE
while enjoying your evening cigar
and preparing for your sweet and
peaceful slumber, a bottle of Rich
mond Export beer is a comforter, a
soother and a pleasure. It is a bev
erage for the most refined palate, for
it is pure and delicious in flavor, be
sides being wholesome and invigor
ating. Minck Brewing Co.
Fresh Garden Seeds
Just Received.
We now have a complete assort
ment and advise our friends to supply
themselves while they can get all the
varieties they will need. These are
Rice's Northern Grown Seeds. Sweet
peas and Nasturtiums In bulk.
Geo. Breton Co.
Automatic Phone 1747
Open evenings. 517 Main St
ClotMig
For
The Boys
Equally
Important
to parents wno have to foot the bills is the splendid
wearing qualities of Rosenblouni-Buntin's loys clothing
and the exceptional values represented by the lioseu-bloom-Huntin
pi ice.
SUITS $2.50 to $7.00
824 Main St.
Open Wednesday till 9 p. m.
Rosenbloom, Buntin & Co.
THE RAYS OF
HAPPINESS
In a home at night are in
creased a thousand-fold if the
rooms are well lighted. Put
a mantle on your gas jet and
you have a cheerful, steady
white light the nearest to
the sun itself. A mantle saves
one-third in gas consumption.
Richmond Light
Heat & Power Co.
Don't Be Depressed
when your bread isn't up to your ei
tectations on baking day. Up-to-data
women in Richmond are not worried
with baking bread when they can get
such delicious white and nutritious
bread from Zwissler's bakery, as well
as rich, ornamental and fancy cakes,
etc.
Zwissler's
908 Main St.
BAKERY and
RESTAURANT
. Phone 1658.
RIGHT NOW
Our stock of LUMBER and all kinds of building material was nev
er more complete than right now, and when it comes to prices
Well! we'd rather talk privately with you about them. But
they're all right. Let us make you an estimate on whatever you
want.
CAIN LUMBER COMPANY
Phone No. 1010.
19-27 S. 11th St.
mm
COLISEUM
Skating Every Tuesday. Thursday and
Saturday, Morning, Afternoon, Evening.
1,1 mmnmj ullllllg npill
y)A Zanesville. 0., League vs. Richmond.
Admission 25c, reserved Seats 15 extra
THE NEW PHILLIPS VAUDEVILLE THEATRE
O. G. MURRAY, Lessee. WEEK OF MARCH 30.
Daily at 3:00 and 8:15; Saturday Night, 7:30 to 10:15.
A. OVERTURE
Jiss Eva Hazeltine, Assisted by
Phillips Theatre Orchestra (even
ings only).
B. MARK JOHNSON
Comedy Trick Cyclist.
Cs ILLUSTRATED SONG
Mr. Cook. "I Long to See You
Once Again."
D. WEST AND BENTON
Vaudevilles Neatest Singers mad
Dancers.
E. CHAS. HARRIS
Character Comedian.
R THE FOUR FRANKS
Farce Comedy Entitled, A Mixel
Affair."
G. THE CAMERAGRAPH
Latest Motion Pictures.
Special Matinee each Saturday; children, 5 cents; souvenirs at Wednes
day's matinee. General admission, 10c Reserved seats at night, 5c extra.

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