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THE RICHMOND PALLADIUM AND SUN-TELEGRAM, THURSDAY, APRIL 16, 190S.
PAGE TEX. 4 Another Stupendous Purchase of IrtoMeries On Salle Eli 50 pieces Fine Swiss All-over Embroideries, worth $2.00 and $2.25, per yard only 98c 15 pieces Fine Swiss All-over Embroideries, worth $2.50. per yard only $1-49 BO pieces Fine Swis3 Flouncings, worth to 7oc per yard, only 29c Bandings to match, per yard 23c See the Embroideries (worth to loo) at per yard 7c Bee the Embroideries (worth to 10c) per yard... 5c Heavy, wide, all silk Ribbons, all colors, up to 5 inches wide, worth to :iuc, per yard only 19c Fancy Wide Dresden Ribbons, worth to GOc, per yard only 19c 8ee the 10c India Linons at per yard 7c See the Pretty Silks at per yard 49c See the Fancy Emb. Laundered Collars at per yard 15c See the Emb. Laundered Collars at per yard.... 10c See the T5c Bleached Table Damask, per yard 49c See the Fine Muslin Under Garments at 25c See the Muslin Undergarments at 49c See the $1.00 and $1.23 Gowns at 89c See the Men's $1.00 Shirts at 59c See the Men's White Linen 15c Collars at 10c Three for 25c See the loc Talcum Powder, only 10c; 3 for 25c See the Children's 25c Black Ribbed Hose, only 15c See the Children's 12 Vic Hose at per pair 7c BELTINGS, BELT PINS, VEIL PINS, DRESS PINS and a hundred other dainty dress accessories. Special Easter Showing Stylish Suits, Pretty Waists, Nobby Jackets, Gloves, Hosiery, Underwear, Veilings, Fancy Collars. Watch Our Windows j tuikj'ujiuiiumu.u. o i The Home of Butterick Patterns 1 PRETTY YOUNG WOMAN TELLS OF VAUGHAN'S ACTS (Continued From Page One.) was then the family was preparing to move. She said when Vaughan ran her and her mother from their rooms if there was any laughing it was on his part, as she did not feel particularly veil pleased. She said Vaughan brought her back by the arm. On re-direct examination, Miss Phelps said' she objected to Mi. Vaughan coming to see her mother, simply because he did not take he tut. She said her mother told her she was going to marry Mr. Vaughnn and was engaged to him at the tim. Mrs. Smith told her daughter this. June M. MADE GOOD WITNESS. Mrs. Smith Was Cross Examined Yesterday. New' Phones 1198 1199 Bell 190 BEE HIVE GROCERY COMPANY New Phones 1198 1199 Bell 190 Strawberries! Strawberries! We are headquarters for fancy Strawberries all the time. All kinds of fresh vegetables, both homegrown and southern. Don't, forget our stifle-cured fine country FANCY HAMS. HONEY AND SUGAR. MAPLE BAKED HAM AND TENDERLOIN CREAM TO WHIP. Saratoga Chips, Dill Pickles. Bulk Olives, large and crisp. FRANKLIN MILLS Entire wheat flour makes the BEST BREAD In order to provide themselves with a temporary home the Elks have rent ed the Stair property on North Ninth street . now owned by the school board, and will have it put into condition at ence so that it can be occupied without delay. Snrnnoxi A : Your groojr has Gold Modal Flour. Gknevra. l Low Rates to California I and North t Pacific Coast Posnts PRESBYTERIANS TO OBSERVE LABOR SUNDAY Orders Received by Churches. Local New York, April 1t. The ministers of the 11.000 Presbyterian churches i throughout Ue United States have j heen requested by the department of church and labor to observe Labor PALLADIUM WANT ADS. PAY One Way Second Class Colonist Tickets, Via C, C. & L. To California Points $41.55 To Washington, Oregon, Etc., $41.55 These rates are in effect Mar. 1st to April 30th. From all points on C, C. & L. Railroad. For Particulars call C. A. Blair. Home Phone 2062. Sunday on Sunday, May 10. The 2S.- i 000 local labor unions throughout the j United States affiliated with the A. F. of j. have been requested to eo-oper-;Me in the observance of Labor Sun day. A special souvenir program ha3 been prepared which will be generally used by the Presbyterian churches. The entire of yesterday aUernoon was taken up with the cross examina tion of Mrs. Smith. It was a great surprise to those in the audience who had anticipated something racy in the lina of testimony that Mr. Study did not attack the reputation of the wit ness by means of questioning her re lations with Mr. Vaughan. In his ex amination before trial, Mr. Vaughan testified there had been nothing im proper between him and the plaintiff. so it. would not be expected the de fendant's counsel would endeavor to develop testimony that would tend to refute the evidence of the defendant. Mrs. Smith made no material changes from her direct testimony. A number of times she slid forward on her chair to answer questions put to her by Mr. Study and lifting the first finger of her richt hand extended it toward Mr. Study emphasizing her re ply. She talked straight to the jury often with a straight shake of the head, when denying leading questions. Her entire demeanor was such as to win friends for her. Mr. Study began t'.ic examination by asking Mrs. Smith in regard to her married life with her first hus band. Mrs. Smith said her second husband was friendly toward her be fore she was divorced but at a time when she was separated from her first husband. She said her second husband, Mr. Smith took her out a few times before she was divorced from her first husband, Mr. Fhelps. She said he took her to a lecture in company with her father. She denied contemplating marriage to Mr. Smith previous to the time she was divorced from Mr. Phelps. "When asked why she wanted the return of her letters written Mr. Vaughan, Mrs. Smith said it was be cause she had had a difference with him. "No sir, I did not" said Mrs. Smith in emphatic terms when asked if at that time she did not. expect her relations with the defendant were to cease at that time. She said Bhe did not read any of the letters she gave her attorney previously to giving them to him. Early in her examinations Mrs. Smith successfully maintained her own and met the sharp question ing of Mr. Study without hesitancy and the nonchalance of the attorney appeared somewhat unbalanced at the time. Renewed Testimony. Mr. Smith renewed her direct tes timony in regard to writing the first letter to Mr. Vaughan at his request. She said he brought her the stationery and a book of postage stamps and she ; wrote two or three days later at his brance of the contents of the letter. "Gentlemen that would be ut'erly E. G. Hill Co., Sale Flowers and Easter 918 Main street. of Cut p!mts, ENOUGH BEER TO FLOAT SHIP SEIZED ..A Good Place to Trade.. Don't Miss Our House Cleaning Sale A big assortment of Iron and Brass Beds, Mattresses and Springs, Pillows, Etc., at living prices. 79 distinctly dif ferent desirable stiles are offered. Officers Made Raid on Georgia Blind Tigers. Savannah, t'.a., April It!. Stirred by complaints of the law and Order League the city officials used the en tire police force in a raid on " blind tigers," entering over 50 places and capturing 1,(M gallons of whisky and enough beer to float a ship. Nearly 1"! persons were captured, among them two white women, who were busy serving the thirsty, one of them in a place where there were 5) negro men buying liquor. thought then of suing Mr. Vaughan. In regard to her answer to a letter of Mr. Vaughan's she said the latter j had felt angry toward her, because ' her people were raising objections to : him. She denied there had been any change In her affection for him. She : said Mr. Vaughan assured her repeat-i edly he loved her dearly. Uie even- ing before he had written the letter 1 that "stunned" her, Mr. Vaughan had '. told Mrs. Smith he loved her. He had said he did not care for the es- j teem of her family but cared only for ! that of herself. j Not Unlady .Like. j During the continuance of the trosa' examination Mrs. Smith denied she ever used any unlady-like means to win the affection of Mr. Vaughan. She : said she considered herself engaged ; on June 20. Mrs. Smith told Mr. Study ; she didn't think she tiad written a ' very long letter and if he thought it j long to write it down and see. The witness said Darling"' and other! forms of endearing salutations were j used. Mrs. Smith said she accepted Mr. j Vaughan's explanation as to why he did not take her out. but after his wife had been dead a year she thought he ought to do so. Vaunhan a Quaker. Mrs. Smith scored on Mr. Study when he said: "'You knew Mr. Vaugh an was not a society man and did not go to church. You knew he did not go to church." Mrs. Smith replied Mr. Vaughan had told her he was a Quaker. "O that don't count." said the attorney. " I'm a Friend Quaker myself," replied Mrs. Smith in sub dued voice. Thereupon Mr. Study took occasion to ask numerous questions about Mr. Vaughan's appearance as a Quaker, j He asked if he wore a broad brinied I hat and a shad bellied coat, such as j Qiakers wear. Mrs. Smith said all ' Quakers do not wear ihese garments ! and it made no difference to her. She said Mr. Vaughan had told her he was a Friend the first time he came to tee her. Mrs. Smith stated on one occasion Mr. Vaughan introduced her to a couple of women a' the postolfice. She told also of walking on the street with Mr. Vaughan. She denied he ev er told her he was pfraid his brother would see them on the streets. Mrs. j Smith said she supposed Mr. Vaugh an's housekeeper kept his daughter informed. .. . Used the Telephone. Mr. Study asked it Mrs. Smith did not. go Into Krone s store so otten to telephone to Mr. Vaughan that ho re quested her to desist. The witness denied this and said Mr. Krone, gave her the privilege to use his phone. She said people called her up at Mc Clellan's to talk about sewing. She denied she ever called up Mr. Vaugh an to talk to him about his sewing. Lacey Came Often. The witness was asked about, the visits of Mr. Lacey. She said he came several times. She said she could not judge his age. She said she couldn't consider Major Lacey a young man. Ugly Reoorts Heard. Again Mrs. Smith said her sister re turned from Fountain City and said she had heard ugly reports about. Mr. Vaughan and his hired girl. I did not believe them as I had faith in Mr. aughan. Mrs. Smith reiterated iier direct testimony that she saw the jus tice in Mr. Vaughan's excuse for not taking her out because of the short period since his wife's death. Confidence in Vaughan. Mr. Study called attention to the testimony of the plaintiff in regard to Charley Williams telling her he doubt ed the sincerity of Mr. Vaughan. Mr. Study asked why Mrs. Smith did not ask Williams his reasons and she replied she had confidence in Mr. Vaughan. The witness said she hud had no scruples about going with Mr. Vaughan but did not want the neigh- Special Easter rocery Mention FEATURE EXTRAORDINARY FANCY LIVE LOBSTERS Just the right size from l1 to " lbs. EXTRA FIXE SOUTHERN STRAWBERRIES 20 and 25 cents a quart. Fancy Tomatoes "Young ISect? tirern Mangoes Young Asjviragr Home Cauliflower New rvnatcos Green Peas (Jreen String Beans Egg Plants Voting Spring Turniri New Cabbage Spring Carrots Oyster Plants Fancy 'Cucumbers Head lettuce Curly Lettuce Radishes Spring Onion? ' Rhubarb Young Spinach ' Home Kale Cranberries (fancy) : Genuine Florida Blood Oranges Fancy Florida Tangerines New Home Maple Snm Saiatoga Chips Dessert Raisins Preserved Kumquats r-All-No Mints Button Mushrooms Canned Okra Major Grey Chutney Pin Money Mangoes Camenibert Cheese Fancy Norway Mackerel Dutch Rusks Marshmallows Ginger Ale (quarts) Kipe Olives (Cans) Kippered Herring Crv.stul Ginger Toasterettcs J-aucy Bulk O'drns Parmersan Cheese DECORATED EASTER BASKETS 25 cents each. BLYX FAMOUS COFFEE cent coffee. Tacked caclusivcly by Richmond's R-st 1 pound air tight cans. Your patronage appreciated. u3 la THREE PHONES John M. Eggemeyer, 4th and Main Sis. A passage in Polybius has been cited to prove that Hannibal war a wig. Wigs were probably invented about the time of the first Roman em perors, for we are told that Otho had a scalp of flue leather with locks of hair upon it so well arranged as to seem natural. First Fisherman Wot the lady saying toyer. Hilly? Swccond F. Wants to palut my pieter. Never knowed I was so 'arulsouia afore! First F. Thousrht I had seen 'cr somewhwes! That's Mme. Toosoo. Wants yr In wax for the chamber o' 'orrors! Lon don Fun. impossible for me to tell you the d.ites i bors to talk about, it. The matter of of those letters as I don't remember," j he Baumer-Vaughan suit was brouaht. said Mrs. Smith leaning forward on "P again. Mrs. Smith said her cousin her chair and addressing the jury. ShejAlulrow Dunbar told her Baumer had said she did not give Mr. Vaughan I brought suit against John Vaughan ov- any of the letters back because she j or something about his wife. Mr. did not want to. ' Study a;sked if on examination before . . . . . I trial Mrs. Smith did not sav her sister Contemplated Suing. ,j : i toid of the Baumer- auzhan matter In answer to a question of Mr. Lnd shp rpl)ii(,fi if shp, nia(it, th.,t stfit meat. "I was mistaken." THE OXOLINE TREATMENT Oxonizcd Air Now Taking the Place ol Medicine in the Treatment oi Many Diseases. have added to my office equipment a new apparatus of recent invention which is attracting considerable attention over the country. It Is an elec- a . v. . . V. .. 1.,. trical device whereby the air is converted into ozone, aim me umiv, uj ing forced through a combination of volatile oils, is converted into a per oxide compound called "Oxyoline." This is inhaled and is the curative;- j enn t anrntetl and nroneriv oxiaizen. limi r il Iff Study's, Mrs. Smith said to the attor ney: "Can you explain every act of your life?" She said she hunted up the letters last December, because she Itching or Psoriasis See our $10 Bed, Spring and Mat tress Outfit. For the price it can not be duplicated anywhere lor less Lustre Furniture Polish 25c You are welcome to shop at ROM IE Furniture - Stoves - Bedding - Pictures 925-927-929 Main St. Avoid the Saturday rush on Kid Gloves, if possible. When Children SmrVed. Every one has read that Hawkins in troduced tobacco into England and that Kins: James inveighed against it. Elizabeth liked to sit on a low stool and watch Sir Walter Raleigh puffing away. In Anne's reign almost every one smoked. In Charles II.'s reign '"children were sent to school with their pipes in their satclieis, and the schoolmaster called a halt in their studies while they smoked." In 1702 Jorevin spent an evening with his brother at Garraway's coffee house, Leeds, and writes: "I was sur prised to see bis sickly child of three years old fill its pipe of tobacco and smoke it as audfarandly as a man of threescore. After that a second and third pipe without the least concern, as it is said t have done aboTe a year ago." Use Blanchard's Eczema Lotion. At CONKEY & MONNINGER'S Richmond, Ind. After exhausting your patience by trying various skin remedies, why not write to Prof. J. Blanchard, Skin Specialist, 3811 Cottage Grove Ave.. Chicago, for a symptom blank to fill out and let him instruct you accord ing to your malady. It costs you nothing and you will know what to expect from day to day under his treatment. In regard to the visit of Mrs. Smith and her sister, niece and daughter, to Mr. Vaughan's home Mr. Study asked the time. The witness said she was unable to answer positively. Mr. Study stated he wanted to re serve the right to ask one more ques tion and then concluded his cross ex amination. The redirect, examination revealed the fact the plaintiff had no telephone in her home and for that reason had to go to neighboring places to tele phone. Mrs. Smith said her second husband Thompson Smith never made love to her before she was divorced from her first husband. She said when she went out in company with Mr. Smith she was accompanied by her father or 5'ounger daughter. That there are many diseases causen ny thorp lieinsr too little oxygen in th blood is attested to by a great major ity of the medical fraternity. That this condition can be and is being ov ercome is likewise demonstrated by thousands and thousands who have sought the mild and pleasant treat ment of oxidizing the blood and have found a speedy cure. The theory is one of pure, fresh air. U3 III." IIHVHJ MJ in v. method. Pure air means more oxygonvsf,; for the blood. More oxygen means' ? better combustion and assimilation of,- the food products, better eliminationJ",M'J r of the waste products, better circula-r tion of the blow, better functional per-j formance of all the organs of the body and the equalization of ltody tenv.erature. Headache, backache, loss of mem ry. sleeplessness, dizziness, palpita tion of the heart, blotched complexion, bad taste in the mouth, coated tongue, flushing of face or body, float nc sp'-cks before the ejes. cough, tightness of chest, difficulty in breathing, limbs going to sleep or rwpy sensations, menstrual disorders, nervo-js debility, catarrh, asthma and all forms of nervous and blood disorders are quickly and permanently cured by this new method. In order to demonstrate the efficacy of this new method TRIAL TREAT MENTS will be kiven ABSOLUTELY FREE for a days to all who apply at my office. DR. J. E. TAYLOR, 30 S. 10th St. Hours 9 a. in. to 8 p. m. Richmond, Ind. Lady in attendance Palladium Want Ads Go Into All Homes. Beautiful line of Ladies' Lisle Thread Gloves from 25c .AiMonmcemginilL FIRE OUT! Our money did not burn. We are in our new the Westcott Block, Room 17, second floor, over store, and are ready for business. location in Nusbaum's MfiettiunnKLDinidl Room 17, Westcott Block. Loam COo 721 Main St., Richmond, Ind; to 50c a pair at Knollen