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THE- RICHMOND PALLADIUM AND SUN-TELEGRA3I, FRIDAY, APRIL 24, 1DOS.
HUGHES NAME HISSED MYSTERIOUS TROOPS Little Town of Winchester in Kentucky, Wrought Up Over Their Presence. GOVERNOR HUGHES DOES NOT SEEM TO BE ABLE TO STOP GAMBLING. Suffering Ladies are urged to follow the example of thousands of their sisters and take Cardui. Cardui is a non mineral, non-intoxicating medicine for women. It is for sick, weak ladies, with sick female organs. Unusual Incident Took Place Before the Closing of Legislature. 1 EXTRA SESSION IS CALLED. THE TOBACCO SITUATION. PAGE SIX. Albany. N. Y.. April 24. The assem bly adjourned yesterday afternoon amid tumultuous excitement. Some one proposed "three cheers for Gover nor Hughes." The response was a storm of groans and hisses. The band came to the res cue with "Hail to the Chief," and the assembly laughed derisively. There was no attempt to resuscitate either the anti-Kambririfi bills nor the bill to extend the jurisdiction of pub lice service commissions over tele graph and telephone companies, both of which were hopelessly buried. To the committee of the senate which formally notified him that the senate was ready to adjourn Governor Hughes said: "I congratulate your honorable body upon the measures of value which have been passed, and I re-let that other measures which are, of great import ance to the people of the slate have failed of passage. In view of your ac tion with regard to adjournment I have no further recommendation to make at this t ime. Governor Hughes at ;.V p. m., yes terday caused to be filed with the Sec retary of State a proclamation con vening the legislature in extraordina ry session on Monday, May 11. The proclamation does not specify any sub ject which the Governor will recom mend for consideration at the extra session. With the opening of the racing season in the Metropolitan district, the betting season began also in full flower. This picture is from a snapshot of the betting ring at the Aqueduct Track, where the first of the season's racing meets in the vicinity of New York, were held. PROBING MYSTERIOUS DEATH OF BANKER His Body Found Under dow of Resort. Win- Bloomington, 111., April 24. The po lice authorities are investigating a pos sible murder mystery in which H. C. Druner, a capitalist of Stuttgart, Ark., was the victim. His dead body was found under a second-story window of a resort here. His neck was broken and his skull crushed. The sum of $400 that was known to have been in his pockets is missing. The first wholesale store was opened In Chicago in 1S44, but in I'.km; the wholesale trade of the city was con servatively estimated at $1,7VH),00O,h'm. LANDIS IS AGAINST SOLDIER HOME CANTEENS Says He Will Fight Them to The Bitter End. EIGHTEEN EXECUTED CORNS INTERFERE WITH COPS UHILL President of Guatemala Is De termined to Wipe Out Plot ters Against Him. Washington, April 24. Representa tive Landis, who some jears ago drove intoxicating liquors out of the nation's capitol, h;)S given notice that he will fight, any effort to restore the canteen in the riMfinnnl soldiers' homes. Said; he: "1 take no stock in the pleas that are being made to restore the canteen in soldiers' homes and in the army, and in my opinion the privilege of handling intoxicating drinks will not be thus granted by this congress di rectly or indirectly. "I do not believe there are half a dozen members of congress who would restore the old order if it were in their power to do so. The Knox bill, that has for its object the protection of dry territory against the dumping of booze consigned to station agents, ex press companies and fictitious indivi duals ought to pass, and pass speedily. The government can not afford to lend its sanction to such business and should legislate against it and streng then the legislation with such penal ties as will make the law effective." HE MAKES A STATEMENT. Guatemala City, April 24. Presi dent Cabrera himself is authority for the statement that IS of the ringlead ers in a conspiracy against him al ready have been shot to death, and that probably more executions will follow. President Cabrera, against whose life an attempt was made by students on Monday last, received the representatives of the various Powers and made a lengthy statement to them that he had unearthed an extensive conspiracy against him that, led up to his attempted assassination. He has issued a proclamation that he is con fident the people are with him and that he will preserve order with a strong hand. There Is do medicine so afe and at the same time so pleasant to take as Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin, the positive cure for all diseases arising from stomach trouble. The price is very reas onable 50c and SI. PALLADIUM WANT ADS. PAY Logansport Peace Guardians Sorely Afflicted. Logansport, Ind., April 24. Logans port policemen suffer from corns to such an extent that the drilling exer cises which were begun about two weeks ago have been discontinued. All the police drilled in the rink until a few nights ago, when one was excused on the plea that his corns hurt so bad ly that he could not cover his beat aft er the drilling. Then two others put up the same plea and were excused. Wednesday night the ''coppers" did not drill. Every man reported that his corns hurt so badly that he could not stand the additional work. There was nothing to do hut call off the drill, and the chances are that the exercises will not be continued. Winchester. Ky.. April 24 This city is wrought up over the presence of ." state troopers who arrived at different times and departed over different road on secret missions. Fourteen mount ed men belonging to Company H. Sec ond regiment, of Whi'esburg, rode over from Mt. Sterling, where they had been stationed since March 1. The met here ' men from Pineville, Com pany 1. Second regiment, who had ar rived earlier in the morning under command of Captain Gibson, the whole tmder Major Webb, of Whitesburg. Those from Mt. Sterling departed at 4 o'clock over the Indian Fields road, where A. B. Clay is raising one of thf four tobacco sheds that exist in thi? county. Another squad went out th Mt. Sterling pike after dark ar.' frightened into paroxysms an agic farmer and wife by calling to them to put out their lights. Some are in camp two miles south of this city. All are mounted and heavily armed. The citizens here are indignant, claiming that there have been no law less acts connected with the tobacco situation within the county save a few minor ones, such as letter writing, which the local and Federal authorities are handling vigorously. EM It Will Help You It is a genuine, curative medicine, that tmil3s up the female svstem and relieves female pain. Mrs. M. A. St. Clair, of Eskdale, W. Ya., writes: "Before taking Cardui, I had given up all hope of getting well. I had suffered for 3 years with my left side and was confined to my bed, so I took Cardui, and now Cardui has about cured my female trouble." AT ALL DRUG STORES ITS JUST LIKE JOE NOTICE. I have moved my office temporarily located in Room IS, Westcott Block, over Nusbaum's store and will be pleased to see my friends and pa trons. DR. A. B. PRICE, Dentist. 20-7t CREATING A SENSATION ALL OVER THE COUNTRY. Root Juice Is Making Many Remarka ble Cures. Quite a sensation is being created in many cities of the country by the remarkable Root Juice discovery. The great remedy is making many re markable cures in every direction. Many local testimonials were pub lished in this paper until it became useless as so many people of this city were cured by It. It has certainly proved a wonderful remedy for the stomach, liver, kidneys and blood. Many who suffered for years with in digestion, rheumatism and kidney complaints after taking a few bottles of the wonderful health-giving Juice have been restored to perfect health. It is also proving to be a wonderful nerve feeding, strength-giving tonic for weak, nervous people. It is sold for $1 a bottle or three bottles for $2.50. They will tell you all about it at A. O. Luken's drug store. Standpatter Does Not Want Tariff Blamed for High Prices on Paper. A young inventor of Lyons, France, is said to have solved the problem of the transmission of electrical energy without the use of wires. COMMITTEE IS RIDICULED. Washington, April 24. The special committee appointed by Joseph G. Cannon, speaker of the house, to in vestigate the print paper trust, is be ing made the butt of so much ridicule that it may not find the heart to make the investigation. Representative Mann, chairman of the committee, said, today, that he supposed the com mittee would get down to work in a few days. The charge of the Newspaper Pub lishers' association, in session in New York, that the creation of the commit tee was a subterfuge, is amply borne out by the facts. It is common talk here that the print paper trust inspir ed the resolution which, resulted in the appointment of the committee. The "whereases" of the resolution, contain phrases almost identical with those which appear in statements clv en out by the representati ves of the trust who have been here for ten davs trving to head o'f the movement to pass a bill putting print paper and wood pulp on the free list. Plot of Standpatters. It is charted that the investigation scheme was proposed by tbe trust peo ple and readily accepted by the ppoak er. ami those eminent "."land patter." Representatives Payne and Pa!iell. The talk is general that the commit toe was made tin with the iew of ob taining a report which would sustain the view of iho "standpatters" that the tariff has not had anything to do with the increased cost of print p.v per. The nab Of Tb B4jr. The organ around which all the other orfrr revolve, and upon which they ar largely de pendent tor their welfare, ia tbe stomach. When the functions of the stomach become im paired, the bowels and Hver also become de ranged. To cure a disease of the stomach, Uver or bowels jet a JO cent or 11 bottle of Dr. Cald well's Syrup Pepsin at yonr druggist's. It ts the promptest relief for constipation and dyr Ptptia ever cr mpoinuJed. -SEE THE- P. J. L. Antique Furniture Co. for all kinds of repairing and re finishing. Screens made to ord er. Odd pieces of furniture made to order. 922 Main St. 9 Monday Morning April 27, 9:25 A. M. MB" (sD Move We N&usi, amid Thai!: Quickly, Every dollar's worth of Furniture, Bedding, Stoves, Pictures, etc., will be let loose, and at a big saving, Never before were such bargains given, at the very time you need them. 8 The best and biggest line Dressers Chiffoniers, Toilet Tables, at a big discount. Prices cut to $8.98, $12.75, $14.50, $16.40 and upward. The Richmond product of Iron and Brass Beds will give you the opportunity never before pre sented. Prices range from $1.69, $3.25, $4.35, $7.00 and upward. Round and Square Dining Tables Priced from $6.25, $8.50, $12.75 $27.00 and upward Our Big Windows Show You Our Genuine Sacrifice $48.00 Davenport now S38.40 $40.00 Davenport now $32.00 $30.00 Davenport now $23.60 We're jammed with Furniture ! Down go the Prices ! Come See the Excitement !