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TIFE RICHMOND PALLADIU3I AND SUS-TKLEGK. 31, FRIDAY, ATOIL 24, 190S.
PAGE FIVE. FOR PIMPLES, TOO New Discovery Cures Eczema and Eradicates Minor Skin Troubles Over Night. jL few months ago the dispensers of poshun, the new discovery for the ;cur of eczema, decided to allow the druggists of the country to handle it. Previous to that time it could only be obtained direct from the laboratories. Since this change in the method of flistribution, poslam ha3 met with the most phenomenal success of anything Introduced to the drug trade in the last 30 years. All leading druggists, including V. II. Sudhoff in Richmond, are now carrying the special r0-cent Size recently adopted, also the $2 jar. This great success is not surprising when it Is re.membered that, in ecze tna caseB, poslam stops the itching with first application, proceeds to i heal immediately, and cures chronic ca6e in a few weeks. In minor skin jtroublea, such as pimples, black ' heads, acne, herpes, blotches, rash, : etc., results show after an overnight application. Experimental samples of poslam are sent to anyone by mail free of charge, by the Emergency Lab oratories, 32 West Twenty-fifth Street, New York City. THE CITY IN BRIEF Miss Dona Tebbs is visiting in this city. Lovers of fresh oysters can still get them at Price's. Mrs. Minnie Routh of Cambridge City was a guest of friends here yes terday. Miss Louise Ford of Indianapolis, will be the guest of Miss Ethel Thomas over Sunday. Late Florida Oranges, sweet and Juicy, at Price's. Mr Arthur Keece of Cambridge City was in the city yesterday visiting his many friends. Mrs. O. Calloway who has been visit ing friends in this city has returned to her home in Cambridge City. Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Dickinson, who until recently resided on South Thir teenth street, have moved to North Eleventh street. Ice Creams and Ices, six flavors, the very best, at Price's. The executive board of the high school athletic, association has decid ed to give a vaudeville performance in the near future for the benefit of the athletic association. Business and workingmen's lunch all day, 10c. No. 20 S. 6th street. Ed. Muey's. 24 2t Rt. Rev. Joseph M. Francis, D. I)., Illshop of the Episcopal Diocese of In dianapolis, will preach at St. Paul's Episcopal church tonight at 7:.'IO oclock, The public is invited to at tend. Strawberry Ice Cream made from fresh, ripe berries; you get it at Price's. Local cigar store proprietors laugh fit the proposed legislation in Oklaho ma. A Cherokee Indian, who is a nember of the state senate, has intro duced a bill into the legislature for bidding the use of Indiana figures as rlgar or tobacco signs. Oliver H. Beeson has been appointed receiver of the property of Charles Clawson. pending litigation. The ap plication for a receiver was made by W. H. Doney. The receiver is to col lect all rentals and attend to the inter ests of the property in all ways. April is the last month for fresh Oysters. You can get nice fresh ones at Price's. John Dynes, of Centerville fame, and Coy. C. V. Wiley, the big man of Beth el, claim Robert Beeson, of Jaekson Vurg, the third member of the board of commissioners, is "sprucing up" since lelng elected a member of the board. They indulged in a "kidding" match with Beeson, telling him how his ap 5earance has improved since he fails to shy at the street cars and upon their representations Beeson purchased a new hat to help out the suggestion. Special Sale Saturday, of chocolate and cream bon bons at 15c a lb.: Fairy Sticks, 18c a lb.; Chocolate Chips, 25c a lb. Get your candy Saturday because the store will be closed all day Sunday on ac count of a holiday. Greek Candy Mfgs. INSURANCE, REAL ESTATE ! LOANS, RENTS W. H. Bradbury & Son Rooms 1 and 3, Wsitcott Blk 1 C. W. MORGAN THF GROCER (Successor to Harry J. Doan) 12th and Main Streets. Automatic Fhone 13tr; Bell 223. t Phone l"s Your Order. Moore & Ogborn Fire Insurance Agents. Will go on Tour Bond. Will Insure you against Burglary, Theft and Larceny. Room IG, I. O. O. F. Bids.. Phones, Home US9. Bell 53 R. SPECIALS FAT NORWAY MACKEREL iv CHICKENS (To Stew or Roast) iv STRAWBERRIES (20c Quart) Fresh Cream; Home Made Bread Hadley Bros., Phones 2292 & 292 FATHER AND MOTHER Y-iiJ; fC J'Tr I vv-1 s,' 7 J MARIE AND ANNIE KUBELIK. These are the twin children of Jan Kubelik, the noted musician, who have ben left at home in Hungary, while their father and mother come to America to earn a fortune for them. On the left is shown Marie and on the right, Annie. (SOCIAL U To Reach the Society Editor, Call M Mr. and Mrs. John B. Dougan had for their guests yesterday, Rev. Z. A. Campbell and Superintendent Armsted of the Western College of Oxford, O. St Mrs. Harry Messer of Laona, Wis consin is the house guest of her sis ter, Mrs. T. J. Graham, 120 North Eleventh street. dt An indoor picnic anil Porto Rico so cial was given last evening by the missionary committee of the East Main Street Friends' church in the Endeavor room. There was a very good attendance. A short program was given and refreshments were served. v5 0 Mrs. Wiliiani A. Graham was hos tess for a meeting of the Banner so cial yesterday afternoon at her home on Fort Wayne avenue. The hours were spent in a social manner. A luncheon was served. & , Mrs. Emma Eva and mother Mrs. Dobbf. have returned from California where they have been spending tho winter, visiting at various points. .j8 Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Millikan of New Castle arrived in this city yes terday morning and spent the day with Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Kaufman of National avenue. They left, last even ing at 3 o'clock for Washington, D. C, and other Eastern points where they will remain for a couple of weeks. The following is a short account of the wedding which took place yester day morning at 11 o'clock at New Castle: Thomas B. Millikan, assistant cash ier of the Citizens State bank at New Castle, and Mrs. Maude Woodruff were married at the beautiful home of the bride's father, Abner D. Bond, at 11 o'clock this morning, by Rev. L. C. Howe of New Castle. The marriage was not an elaborate affair, only the immediate members of the two families being present. The rooms were artistically decorated with violets, roses and smilax. At the con clusion of the ceremony congratula tions were extended snd the bridal party partook of a sumptuous wedding; breakfast. The New Castle guests i were John R. Millikan and wife. Miss ; Louise Millikan and Janet Mtlli k a n , and Mrs. Jennie Peed. The bride is a very charming lady possessing a host of friends in this and adjoining counties. She is ac complished and very highly regarded. j The following clipping from the New Castle Courier concerning the wedding of Miss Helen Maxim will oe u mum ime.est ioeau. -wiieran choir, under the diwtinn of Mr Maxim has visited in this city quite ' Lee Nusbaum. at the PrcsbYtcrian often as the guest of Mrs. Joseph A. I rhur,.h. SlinfioV .V(.rin, nt .hi-. Greenstreet, now of New Castle but formerly of this city. A beautiful marriaze was solemniz ed at the home of Mr. and Mrs J. W. Maxim on South Main street Wednes day evening, when their daughter, Miss Helen bride of Pr. Hatli. Maine, weddinsr. and Beatrice. became the Robert H. Donnell of It was an apnie blossom the pretty blossoms in-. tet minizled with smilax were used in profusion everywhere. Promptly at s o'clock the ever beau tiful Lohensrrin, played by Bert Short of Indianapolis, was besun and the bridal party entered. They were pre ceded by Misses Caroline Korkner, Lil lian McQuinn, Heiene Goodwin and Dorothy Coffin, bearing the white sat in ribbon that formed the aisle. The groom was accompanied by Pros: B. Hernly as best man. and the maid of honor was Miss Evilo Davidson of Chicago, who looked charming- in a gown of pink gauze over pink satin. She carried a bouquet of white ;vses. Then came the little ring bearer. Miss Dorothy Greenstreet. niece of the bride, who carefully bote the sacred token in an immense calla lily tied with pink ribbon. The bride entered on the arm of her father, and she was beautiful in a gown of white liberty satin and hand made lace which was elegant in its simplicity. She wore a eil and car ried a bcone of bride's roses. The couple took their places in the bay window, which had been converted in- to a bank of smilax, apple blossoms ! LEFT THEM AT HOME. ii NEWS! Home Phone 1121, or Bell Photse 't: "d and i)ulms, and there the ceremony, which was beautiful and impressive was performed by Rev. I'. S. A. Bridge, former pastor of the M. E. church of which Miss Maxim w;is a member, and where she so t'aithtully served as organist and as a member of the choir. An informal reception was held af ter the ceremony from !) until 10 o'clock. The out-of-town guests were Mr. and Mrs. Bert Short, Mr. and Mrs. Raleigh Clark and Holman Moore, Indianapo lis; Miss Evilo Davidson and Mrs. (iuy Richards, Chicago; Mrs. Will Bowman, Anderson; Miss Mida Hun dy, Spiceland and Mr. and Mrs. Len nard H. Mitchell, Washington, 1). C. Dr. and Mrs. Donnel will reside in Bath, Me., and their Xew Castle friends wish them a long and happy life. J J The Women's Relief Corps met yes terday afternoon at the G. A. R. hall. The regular program was given. The organization meets Thursday of ev ery week. i t i Mr. and Mrs. Harmon Meyer, '4r Vorth Xew- Jersey street, celebrated the twentieth anniversary of their mar riage last night, with a dinner, at the Phi Kappa Alpha club house, in East Twenty-Second street. Among the guests was Mrs. Rothenberg. of Chica go, a sister of Mrs. Meyer; Mrs. Solo mon of Cincinnati, and Miss Bair of Springfield. 111. The guests, number ing thirty-six. were all seated at one long table, decorated with white flow ers and ferns, and green and white tulle. The lights were wax tapers over the length of the table. The place cards were in heart shape and decorat ed in w-ater color designs. The din ner was followed by cardr, until RK.'lo and then there was dancing until mid night. Mr. Meyer formerly lived in Richmond. Indianapolis News. v The main function of tomorrow's so cial calendar is the banquet to be held Saturday evening by the members of the Tourist club at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Robert L. Kelly, I'm Central ! avenue. Jt I The choirs of tho First English Luth i eran and Frst Presbyterian churches will exchange next. Sunday. The Presbyterian choir under the direction j of Prof Will Earhart, will sing their . Easter music at vespers which will be t held at four o'clock Sunday afternoon at the First English Lutheran church. "The Crucifixion." written by Staincr, will be rendered by the English Luth- ty o'clock. j J v I Mrs. E. G. Hill is hostess for a meet- mg or tne Atnenaea Literary society of South Eighth Street Friends' church, this afternoon, at her home ctj East Main street. v Mr. and Mrs. James Morrisson enter tained at a dinner at the Country club house last evening. The Thursday Afternoon Thimble club was entertained yesterday after noon by Mr?. George O. Ballenger of Richmond avenue. The rooms were arranged in a very pretty manner with spring flowers. The hours were spent at needlework. A spring luncheon was served. The club will meet again in two weeks with Mrs. Kramer, of South Thirteenth street. o . The Young People's Society of Chris tian Endeavor of the South Eighth Street Friends' church, will hold a social at the church this evening at seven-thirty o'clock. The committee in charge has arranged for a musical program. Light refreshments will be served. Mrs. Charles Kolp will give a danc ing party this evening in the Odd Fel low's hall. Mrs. Tetering was hostess for & the Athenaea Literarv meeting of the Helping Li&o4 aocU&S 1 yesterday afternoon at her home on South Ninth street. Thirteen members were present. The hours were spent at needlework, and in social conversation. A luncheon was served. The society will meet in two weeks with Mrs. Henry Weisbrod 220 South Fifteenth street. Mrs. Charles Ross was hostess for a meeting of the Alice Cary club yester day afternoon at her home on North Seventeenth street. The subject un der discussion yesterday was Eng land. Miss Emma Lindemuth read a paper on the "Religion of England." Mrs. Price told in a pleasing manner of "English Art," its style and beauty and how art is considered by the Eng lish. Miss Victoria Lindemuth read a paper on "Education." followed by one on the "Literature of England," which was given by Mrs. J. E. Moore. Owing to the absence of several mem bers who had been assigned subjects, the entire program could not be giv en. After the program the hours were spent in a social manner. A luncheon was served. The next meeting of the club will be in about two weeks and it will be a business meeting, j J j Mrs. John Starr gave a linen show er yesterdav afternoon at her home on East. Main street, in honor of her niece. Miss Lillian Ford whose marri age to Mr. Frank Mabey will take place next week. The rooms were beautifully arrang ed w it'h spring flowers and ferns. The hours were spent in a social manner. Miss Ford received many beautiful pieces of fine linen. A very pretty spring luncheon was served. Mrs. S. A. Clinehens, of Indianapolis was the only out of town guest. The home guests numbered twenty-two. EX-SHERIFF FREE WITH AFFECTIONS He Is Now the Victim of Big Suits. Petersburg. Ind.. April 24. Within twelve hours yesterday, suits amount ing to ,:;.'", " were filed against ex Sheriff John M. S'illwell, who disap peared mysteriously but a day before his neighbor's wife left home. Tho first suit was one by Stillwell's wife, who demanded a divorce and $23,oK) alimony, and the second suit was one by Elijah Humphrey, the neighbor, who demanded $10.nx for the aliena tion of his wife's affections. Humphrey, a farmer and a neighbor of Stillwell. charges that his wife dis appeared the night after Stillwell's sud den departure and joined the ex-sheriff in the West. The complaint describes friendly relations between Stillwell and Mrs. Humphrey before their flight. No clew has been obtained which would lead to the discovery of Stillwell or Mrs. Humphrey. Before the ex-sheriff disappeared he visited his children by a former marriage. It. Is learned that the Stillwell home, one of the finest in the country, has been mortgaged for its entire value. CLEANING UP STORE. "Give me that; O, give it to me." Such is the constant din kept up in front of the Knox ten cent store room. The work of cleaning out the debris is in progress and there is a crowd about the doors that demands small articles of use that are being gathered up by junkers. The eleven London gas companies supply among them 4;,403,S.V.0M cu bic feet of gas to 1,101,80 consumers. Eating Cocoanut-Custard Pie Everybody sings the praises of Cocoanut-Custard pie if it's made just right so as to melt in one's mouth, but a heavy soggy pie will spoil the entire meal and injure the digestion. It is now possible for everyone to have good pie as grocers are selling "OUR PIE," each package containing just the proper ingredients for two pies. Varieties: Lemon, Chocolate and Cus tard. 10 cents per package. Order the Custard for Cocoanut-Custard pies. j J j Q TpO see them is to admire. To wear them fes. a few specials 54-00. is to grow enthusiastic 10,000 pairs U jfcf VN -)f Queen Quality Shoes would not be made 1 i5"PV and sold daily did they not furnish the fullest I I rr -- measure of Style, Comfort and Economy. J l Sf ''rv new stves are now ready. New Colo- 1 h s ' nials and other Oxfords in new Tan and J (w ?$yfcr'x Brown shades, and in Kid, Gun Metal and VsJU V rfSP JJasXr Patent Leathers. But newspaper cuts can- I 1 Y tK& not do them justice. You must see the shoes y ....--fp for yourself. I TCrrS, ! SEE OUR SHOW WINDOW j 3&'m? Exclusive Agency for h,f -W W. L. DOUGLASS SHOE. , ra REFORMERS CONTROL OLD SOUTH BEKC Owners of Buildings Contain ing Bad Tenants Are Hit. South Bend. Ind.. April C4 Yester day afternoon warrants for the arrest of seven owners of buildings in which gambling resorts are housed were placed in the hands of Prosecutor Tal bot by the citizens' committee a com mittee organized to rid South Bend of gambling and other resorts. ; The matter is now up to the state's attorney. The persons to be arrested are all prominent. The warrants is sued are against owners of buildings used as gambling houses with the ex-, ception of three. The committee of fifty, which re- j cently undertook to rid the city of gambling houses and the redlight dis-; triet, has revealed to the public that ' its move was neither a bluff nor a spasmodic reform movement to be per mitted to die when the notices were served upon the proprietors of the various buildings in which resorts are housed that objectionable tenants must vacate or the property owners must face prosecution under the law. BIRD VISION. Keen Eyesight of the Kingfisher and Water Bird. So far I have determined that the keenest eyesight ia probably possessed by water birds and kingfishers, al though every kind of bird possesses keener eyesight than does man. It is a fact that the eyesight of man is go ing to get worse in the future and Is getting worse all the time that i, we are growing more nearsighted. The oc cupations of a majority of men in cities compel them to do their work at very clost range. This removes the necessity of the farsighted eyes with which most men are endowed. It is probably a good thing that we are be coming nearsighted. As an example of the visual capacity of some birds one has to think for a moment of a hawk poised several hun dred yards above a meadow in which a field mouse or a small chicken ia hidden. In a few seconds after the quarry is sighted it is seized by the bird, whose sharp Bight has not only detected it, but whose wonderful ac commodative apparatus permits of a sure and continuous fixation from hun dreds of meters to less than a meter within an incredibly short space of time. Variations in the character of this acute vision are seen in many other birds in the Mumming bird, that darts here and there so quickly that the human eye cannot follow it and yet comes suddenly to rest on an al most invisible twig; in the woodcock, that flits through the dark woods, voiding every tree, shrub and branch as if they wero nonexistent; in the owl. that combines good diurnal with good nocturnal visiou. and in the kingfisher, that sees as well in the air as he does In water. Dr. C A. Wood in Chicago Inter Ocean. Paris Ever Famous. Taris was a famous and cultivated city ages before Venice. If we search for them we may find it in historical associations that may vie with those of any city in the world except Rome and Constantinople, and even its antiquari an and artistic remains are seldom equaled or surpassed. At Rome, Flor ence or Venice the tourist talks of old churches, palaces and remains. At Paris he gives himself up to the boule vards, the theaters, shops and races. The profoundly instructive history, the profuse antiquarian remains of the great city, are forgotten carent quia vate saero. London Spectator. Makes Him Mad. "Don't you think, major," inquired the young man in the front row, "that he sings those battle songs realistical ly ':" "Yes, indeed," replied the gentleman aforesaid "so realistically, in fact, that I feel like fighting all the time I'm listening to him:" London An swers. A Slight Diversion. "Anything new at the reception last evening?" "Well, yes. The genial host and the nmlaMe hostess quarreled Informally." Kansn City Journal. m aw Ii3 Foop and strictly prohibits the sale of alum Daxing powaer x So does France So does Germany The sale of alum foods has been made illegal in Washington and the District of Colum bia, and alum baking powders are everywhere recognized as injurious. jq proccj yourself against alum, when ordering baking powder, Say ptainly and be very sure you get Royal. Royal is the only Baking Powder made from Royal Grape Cream of Tartar. It adds to the digestibility and whole- nmfnM of rhff toon. ISN'T IT A SHAME. "Guess this will be our last day heie" said one woman as she left the elevator at the court house yesterday. She was one of the constant atten dants at the Smith-Vaughaii trial and not only had heard every word of the testimony and argument but came yes terday to hear the reading of the ver dict. She remained in the court room W) IT MdDWS Burn Artiiicial Gas in an Artificial Gas Range. Do it now and watch your gas bill. See the Richmond Light, Heat & Power Co. DENTIST 8 North lOm Street Has returned from the East and will be pleated to see his p.trons. 925-927-929 FURNITURE BEDDING PICTURES. ED. J. HU1VIFE BAKING POWDER until the announcement of the ddcl sion was made. The Twilljfbt Of Ul. The muscles of the stomach in old ace are not as strong or active as in youth and ia coose qurnce old people are vrry subject to constipa tion and indieestton. Many srtdom bavo a bowel movement without artificial aid. ilany. also. hav3 unpleasant eructations of gas from the stomach after eating. Ail this'ran be avoid ed by the use of Or. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin, which permanently regulate the bowels ao that passages come naturally, and so strenfthans the stomach that food la digested without dis comfort. Druggists sell it at 50 cents or 11 a large bottle. MAIN STREET.