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THE RICHMOND PALLADIUM AND SUN-TELEGRAM, FRIDAY, MAY 1. 1908.
P A G eIt 1 1 R EE. CLEAN STUDENT POLITICS NOW (Earlham Students Put Stamp Of Disapproval on the School Machine. CONSTERNATION CLUB ENDS flN ELECTIONS TO DETERMINE MEMBERS OF SCHOOL COUNCIL, MEMBERS OF THIS CLUB WERE BADLY DEFEATED. , The power which the Consternation J club at Earlham, used and abused has ; lieen taken away from it at last and the i student politic is once more freed !from the authority of a machine which has caused more indignation among the students at Earlham than has any i thing in the past several years. It is said by students that no machine will ever aain control affairs at the Qna- ker institution as has this club compos- ed of the boys in the sophomore class at the college. I In the fall term of the past Pchool year, a number of the dormitory boys it is alleged. mad up their minds to run the different el asses of the college, the literary society termed Ionian; to select the staff men for the Karlhamite and to mn thing to suit their own swwet will. Of the boys who com posed thla body, seven of them were members of the sophomore class in fthe college and the entire body belong- f ed to the literary society. Whcnev j er meetings were held to elect officers I for thee different, organizations, by a little alleged wire pulling, it always happened that members of this club were chosen to fill these places of hon or. This proved a puzzle to the re mainder of the students at the college n the existence of any club was un known to the outsiders. Finally, how- lever the fact, that there was such a club in existence leaked out and the i non-members of the organization de termined to put an end to it. i The governor of the boy's dornilto I ry in a mass meeting, stated that be ' thought, it would be a good plan for the students at the college to follow the lead net down by the Oarfteld school i In this city, to meet and elec t a student (council to work in connection with the governor of the college, thereby mak ing the laws used to govern the school laws representing the ideas of ihe students themselves. A meeting was held' yesterday at the college to choose the members of the student (council and the members- of the Con sternation club did everything in its power to elect its members or men whom they had chosen. Rut its ef forts were all in vain. The whole school turned against It and not one of , its number was chosen. The hoys of! the college who are not members of this society state that they arc in school in' the name of clean scholar ship, clean athletics and most of all clean student politics and that no more organizations for the purpose of con trolling the elections of Earlham will he tolerated. AS STRANGE AS FICTION. As True as Gospel Proofs Not Want ing. I give out this report for publica Vion because I feel it my duty to so ciety as the most wonderful discovery of the age. For over fourteen years I was an invalid. I suffered so much that I often prayed for death. I spent over twenty thousand dollars in search of health, was treated by many prom inent doctors and visited a number of watering places, but. was growing worse all the time. I-ast summer I "heard a great deal of Root Juice talk and I made it my business to investi gate every reported cure. 1 was at last so well satisfied that I bought one dozen bottles. I had suffered so long that I felt I would not get any good out of a small amount and as I decid ed to give it a trial. I determined to trv it richt. I do not know what my disease was. as every doctor diagnosed my case differently. I can only give the symptoms and they were numer ous. My appetite was good at tunes and at other times I had no appetite. , At times 1 would bloat so I could not ! button my vest, mucous would drop jfrom my head down in my throat, es pecially in the morning; my breath I was always bad; I had a burning sen ; sat ion in my stomach most of the 'time; my kidneys gave me a great ideal of trouble: 1 would often have to jget up fifteen or twenty times during the night: I was constipated at times iand at other times my bowels were j too lose! I nearly always had a dull, 'heavy headache. After taking half a bottle of Root Juice I noticed im provement. I used six bottles before I stopped. All my friends in Peoria know just how I was and 1 want the world to know how 1 am now. I eat well and sleep well: there is not an ache or pain in my body. What a glorious ift is health, and I am hap py to say to the world Root Juice gave nie mine." A. J. Ponovan. Peoria, 111. Tin- groat Root Juice is sold for one dollar a bottle, or throe bottles for two dollars and a half at A. C Lnken & Co s drne store. Mrs. Kate louglas Wiggin has just sailed on her annual spring visit to England. She has been nominated as an honorar steward of the annniver sary dinner of the Royal Literary Fund in London May -I. Lord Tennyson is the president of the society. Uudyard Kipling:, who will preside at the dinner has asked Mrs. 'WinCim to respond to a toast. Ttere are some interest inp figures Klven by the New York Herald for users of gas meters: In t.hree month out of 2.sCi meters tested after com plaint. ii:M were correct, were and t561 were slow. Clears the Com plexion Overnight Pimples, Rash, Eruptions, Etc., Quick ly Eradicated by New Skin Remedy. Since its discovery one year ago, pos lam, the new skin remedy, has. in its extraordinary accomplishments, ex ceeded the most sanguine expectations; of the eminent, specialist who gave it to the world. It has cured thousands of cases of eczema and eradicated facial and other disfigurements of years standing. The terrible itching attend ing eczema is stopped with the first application, giving proof of its cura tive properties at the very outset. In less serious fckin affections, such as pimples, rash, herpes, blackheads, acne, barbers' itch. etc.. results ?how after an over night application, only a email quantity being required to effect a cure. A muddy or sallow complex ion is noticeably impiAved by a single application. Those who use poslam for these minor skin troubles can now avail themselves of the special no-cent package, recently adopted to meet such needs. Both the no-cent package and the regular $2 jar may now be obtain ed in Richmond at W. H. Sudhoff'B and other leading drug stores. Samples for experimental purposes may be had free of charge by writing direct to the Emergency . laboratories. W2 West Twenty-fifth street, New York City. HE DID NOT SPEAK Gentry Show Band Interrupt ed President McKinley's Remarks to Children. HIS KIND HEART SHOWN. A story is told of a speech that the late President. McKinley did not de liver as follows: No one had a greater love for chil dren than the martyred president and his wife, and in Canton, Ohio, in the ward in which they isided the public school was one of fhe objects of his especial interest, and he frequently gave addresses to the scholars therein when the duties of stale gave him leis ure for a little rest at his home. On one of these occasions he was sched uled to give an address to the schol ars, and the time appointed co-Ineided with that of the Gentry Bros, para do, which was scheduled to pass the school house door. The scholars were all assembled, and M and Mrs. Mc Kinley arrived, and all in readiness for the words of good advice that he so well knew how to bestow, when in the distance the sound of a band ap proaching was heard. Immediately the hit.ierto attentive youngsters grew suddenly restless, there was an eager craning of necks toward the window, and unmistakable signs of excitement throughout the room. The president noticing this held a whispered conver-j sation with the superintendent, and turning to the boys and girls assembl ed at once dismissed them, remarking to the assembled teachers, "Mess their hearts, they must not miss the parade, I was a boy myself once, let s go out and see the elephants oursel ves." That afternoon the whole school numbering upwards to three hundred children were down in a body to the show, and Mr. Gentry in possession of a note asking him to give every child a seat, and send the bill to Mr. Mc Kinley. Needless to say that bill nev er went, and one of the most treasured momentoes that Mr. Gentry has in his possession after twenty years of show experience, is that same note, written at the request of one of America's greatest men. Saved Som Pain. Mrs. I-eaby was determined that No rah, the only girl in the family, should learn to play the piano. "Their father has a fine big voice, and me own Is not bad," she told a neighbor, "but there can't on o' them children sing a note. So Norah must learn the piano, and we'll hare to Tare the boys go." "How Is Norah getting on with the piano?" inquired Mr. Leahy's employer, to whom Norah's father had confided the fact that his daughter was taking music lessous. "She shtrives will might an' main," said Mr. Leahy, "an' shes on a grand piece. Well, sorr, all I can say Is that if Mr. Chopping that she tells wrote the piece cud come to life again an' hear Noxili play it he'd be thankful he was dead an' buried before Iver Mrs. Leahy tuk the notion to have Norah study the piano. An' that's the tbruth." Youth's Companion. SHOW IS A GENTRY li- . - - x 5 i;. 'v?. HAZZARD'S EFFECTS WILL NOW BE SOLD Henry County About to Sever All Relations With the Famous Historian. HAD METEORIC CAREER. MAN ACCUSED OF DUPLICITY AND FRAUD IN CONNECTION WITH SALE OF BOOKS HAS NOT RETURNED. Henry county is about to sever re lations with George Hazzard. the his-' torian. The sheriff ban advertised a ' sale of Hazzard's personal effects, which were confiscated. Hazzard has the newspapers more often, than any man of Henry county. ft all (ante1 about through his efforts to dispose of copies of his celebrated history of Henry rxvunty and the methods adopt ed. Two suits were filed against him in Wayne county on chanpe of venue proceedings. He has been sued re peatedly in Henry count y. The man was arrested four times in thirty-six hours on charges of forgery. At last he jumped his bond and has not re turned to Henry county since. Wh n he left he failed to collect all his per sonal belongings and it is these which will be sold. The suits against Hazzard were brought on the ground of receiving money under false pretense. Accord ing to the allegations, the man had compiled a history of the county. . It was to contain autobiographies of all ! men. who would buy space and t!iee were to be signed in a fac simile sig nature. It is provided by the contract that the purchaser was to receive a certain number of the histories. It is? i photograph, a plate bearing his signa- tine and other incidental inducements. ! In the complaints filed in this county! it was claimed when the prospective' purchaser affixed his signature to a ' contract it was transferred at the samo . time bv means of carbon paper to an other contract unknown to the signer. This latter contract contained terms! of which the signer was unaware. Lat-j er Hazzard attempted to collect on the terms of the contract whose existence i was unknown to any but himself. H j filed a large number of suits in Henry county on claim and it was some, time; before the plan of duplicity became known. A RELIABLE REMEDY FOR THE Whiskey and Beer Habit Very few men become drunkards be cause they like liquor. It is frequent ly the moderate drinker, who before he realizes his condition, has become a drunkard. The nervous system, having become accustomed to stimu lants, is unable to do the same amount or quality of work without liquor, hence the victim drinks more and more. This is a state of disease and should be treated by Orrine. It de stroys the desire for liquor, so that the drink is not missed. There is no loss of time or detention from work when it is used. Orrine is prepared in two forms: No. 1, he secret remedy which can be used in food or drink without the knowledge of the patient; No. 2 for those who take the remedy of their own free will. Both forms are guar anteed. A registered guarantee in ev ery box. Treatise on how to cure drunken ness free on request. The Orrine Co., Washington, P. C. The price of eith er form is $1 a box making the cost of the complete cure less than one-tenth what it is usually charged at sanitar iums, with a guarantee that the ex pense will be nothing unless a cure is gained. Mail orders filled in plain sealed package on receipt of price. Orrine is for sale by A. G. Luken & Co., Richmond, Ind. MAY GOJACK. It is the general impression among local friends of George Bundy. the New Castle hotel man. who resinned recently as manager of the Imperial hotel, that he will resume the man agement of the Bun-dy House. This latter establishment has traveled a peculiarly rocky road buf at a recent meeting of the directors a dividend was declared. Bundy is a veteran in the business and it is not thought he will be contented with farm life. Ink for India rubber stamps is made of aniline dye mixed with glycerine. The rtve can hu ohiflinpn" from dniR stores. DELIGHT FOR LITTLE FELLOWS BROS., GETTING READY FOR A PARADfc 3C 1 sEillJ j n n Amusements THEATRICAL CALENDAR. NEW PHILUPS. Week of April 27 Vaudeville. Vaudeville at the Phillips. Performances of tonight and Satur day afternoon and night will end vau deville at the New Phillips lor the time being, as Manager Murray will transfer his activities to the Gennett next Monday, to run until September 1. He will enlarge the bills and give Richmond the best vaudeville it has ever had. The bill now running at the New Phillins is a good one and should be seen by all lovers of vaudeville. Deposits in the postal savings banks of Japan now exceed S4."i.hh.ojh. Every Woman in This Vicinity will lie glad to know that, local gro- cers now have in stock "OL'R-PIE," aj ready to use preparation in three va-, rieties for making lemon, chocolate j a n .-t rnuirH Rt , 11 . i r ......1 I preparing the choicest pie ingredients in large quantities the manufacturers are able to name the low retail price of 10 cents for a package which makes two large pies. A very economical and satisfactory food product for ev er vbod v. ff v , - it, 'Ay, . , 3f fry T ore New Hal's Received The Mallory Cravenette This name makes an impression; the goods sustains it. Here you get a hat that cannot he beat and made by one (f the greatest hat. manufactur ers in the country. All the new style and coloring from $2.00 up to $3.50 Rosenbloom, 524 Main 4a. The Kiblinger Motor Buggy $375.00 and upwards. A practical, successful, economical, automobile at a small cost. Double cylinder, air cooled, 10-12 11. P. Solid rubber tires. Will run through deep mud or sand, and will climb steep hills. Write for our Agency Terms. W. H. KIBLINGER CO., Box N. 320. Auburn. Ind. ! FANCY STRAWBERRIES I X GOOD SWEET CREAM HADLEY BROS. Phones 292 and 2292. PALLADIUM WANT ADS. PAY You Only Pay for Coal, high grade, honest coal that doesn't clinker, but makes a brisrht and plowina: fire when you want one. If you haven't fille'i your bin for next winter's use. 3ft us fill it for you at Summer prices, as coal will go up in price soon. We Guaraneet All Our Coal H. C. Cullcrdiek & Son 529 South Ftltb St. Phon 1235 Spring and Suiminner Clothing Styles WHAT TO WEAR Some Facts Worth Knowing Whether Fashion sanctions one style or another, the elemental principle of Good Tailoring remains unchanged. The fabric must render service, the designing must be guided by a knowledge of true proportion, the interior must receive a treatment that insures a perfect exterior. These pivotal principles are all closely observed in our new Spring and Summer showing of Hart, Schaffner t Marx clothes. (ar o Buntin & Co. Street vtnm We Loan Money 25 Cheaper than any Similar concern in the city, a fact which you can very easily prove by a personal investigation. We advance liberal loans on household',, goods, teams, livestock and other personal property, without re-, moval, making the time and payments to suit your convenience ALL BUSINESS CONFIDENTIAL If you nerd a loan today, remember our low raJes and nr ' little-at-a-time ' plan of re-payment. A letter or a 'phonyjca:i brings our airent to your door. INDIANA LOAN CO., Automatic Phone 1341 1010 Main St.; Westcott Hotel Bldg., Richmond, Ind. RICHMOND moniJay MAY 4 Gentry Bros. Famous Shows Bigger and Better Than Ever 300 Trained Animals. 10 Funny Clowns. Two Herds of Elephants. Two Droves of Camels. Sa cred Oxen, Etc., Etc. Special Added Features The Great Steiner Troupe. M'selle De Oesch, Queen of the Air. The Comedy Weylers, and others. One Ticket admits to All. Grand Free Street Parade at 10 A. M. on Day of Exhibition. Show grounds will be at Carnival grounds, Opp. Glen -Miller Park. 3k n M Pointed Question Have you been pay ing too much for 1'! your money, when compelled to take out a loan to temporarily bridge you-over, if so call on us. a 2k ilmn' ' Viftiii,f L. ll j .J