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THE RICHMOND PALLADIU3I AXD SU2I-TELEGRA3I, SUNDAY, 3IAY 3, 1908.
PAGE SIX. PARISIAN REDS BEINGWATCHED Feared That There Is a Plot Under Way to Assassi nate th.; Pope. ADMONISHMENT THE CAUSE TELLS QUEEN Ar.'.ILIA THAT SHE SHOULD URGE HER SON TO USE GREATEST SEVERITY IN DEAL ING WITH NEFARIOUS CLAN. AUTO RURAL SERVICE This Is the Latest Scheme to Be Laid Before Nation al Congress. T I RICHMOND PEOPLE x T NEW LIBRARY SCHOOL f T GOOD DRESSERS Circular lssued oncerning uourse 10 ce unerea SCHEME IS ADVOCATED. jjj Paris, May 1' of this city are 1: on all anarchists has he';n found th: nlncr to assassinate Pop secret police a sharp watch j -cause evidence j he reds art; plan- , i I'ius X. I The reason why tho head of the; Catholic church, who has hitherto j hppn exempt, from anarchist violence! has Incurred their hatred In that the; contents of a personal letter sent by j Pope Pius to Queen Amelia of Portu gal immediately after the murder of tier husband and oldest son have leak ed out. In the letter the Pope told the Queen that it was her duty as Queen end mother to stand p the young King Manuel's side and continually admonish him to use the greatest se verity in dealing with anarchists, as leniency would be taken as a sign of weakness, and would surely result In the murder of the king. Pope Pius is even quoted as having said that only by garrotlng and be heading all anarchist leaders could the anarchistic evil be stamped out of existence. The Paris police are in constant communication with the Italian, Span ish and Portuguese police. Show Mercy to Triple Murderer. A French Jury has once again found extenuating circumstances in the case of a murder guilty of an atrocious crime. The trial took place at Epinal, the prisoner being Emile Chartier, son of a small farmer. The father, who was a widower, had taken a house keeper, whom he had treated as his wife. A boy was born, and from that time Emile became morose and sullen, evidently thinking the new arrival might interfere with his inheritance. Nothing happened for years, though Emile's temper grew worse and worse. At last came the end. One evening he hid behind the door, and as the housekeeper entered he split her head with a swinging blow from a huge ax. Hastily putting the body out of view, he waited for his father's return from the fields, and dispatched him in the same fashion. The last victim was his half-brother. He had just brought the ox team in when a terrible blow cut his head in twain. Chartier's next move was to dispose of the bodies. He built a great fire in the farmhouse oven, and. after cutting the corpses into pieces, flung the re mains into the furnace. Two of the bodies had been this disposed of when he was disturbed and fled. After wandering in the woods for days until he was nearly starving, he was captured. At the trial he appear ed utterly unable to appreciate his po sition. He was sentenced to penal servitude for life. Bandit Wears Steel Cuirass. On arresting a dangerous "Apache" named Pierre Gamb on Wednesday the Paris police made a curious discovery In addition to two revolvers, a Washington, May l-The Postal Pro gress League, an organization which suggests postal reforms faster than congress works, has come along with a hurry-up call for the establishment of an experimental auto-post-coach rural service. James I,. Cowles, secretary of the league, is here imploring mem bers of congress to try the experiment at once. He wants Representative Overstreet, chairman of the house com mittee on postoffices and post roads, to make the first experiment on a ru ral route running out of Indianapolis. Representative Burke Cockran has in troduced the league's bill on the sub ject. It appropriates m.nm for the ex periment. Mr. Cowles says the exper iments are to be made on routes well graded and macadamized, and are to start from postoffices at or adjacent to a station on a railroad or trolley line. It is to be a farther condition of this service, that for the convenient collection and delivery of merchan dise and baggage and for the shelter of travelers, the rural public on the proposed experimental lines shall pro vide post-cabins satisfactory to the postmaster-general, at points on the highways near their respective homes, the postmen and the owners of the cabins to have duplicate keys. At Least Twice a Day. At least twice a day, morning and afternoon, at hours convenient to the public two auto-post-coaches, equip ped for the transportation of merchan- knuckle duster and a long dagger, with which the Apache was armed, he was j found to he wearing underneath his clothes a steel cuirass. The man ex- plained that he was a native of War saw and was wanted by the Russian police for the part he had played in the riots in that city. "If I am wearing a cuirass," he con tinued, "it is because in my trade all is not. beer and skittles. I have receiv ed a good many stabs, as you can see" and he bared his arm and chest "un til I hit upon this dodge of making myself invulnerable." V: Very few cities in the United States can show as many well dressed people as Richmond, a large per cent, of the men hav ing their clothes made to order. Men can set fine suits made for $1." or $1S when the same goods a few years ago cost almost twice as much. For seven years Emmons Tailoring Co. have been making fine suits at. and $1 and the business has increased every year. They are now showing the largest Stock they have ever s'iuv n. Over f.uO stylos in spring suitings. X ! s I T i $ T i T Y i At Earlham. REQUIREMENTS SET FORTH. SEX SDJIMP Graduate From School of En gineering at Purdue Meets With Success. THE WORK IS A PLEASURE. Lafayette, Ind., May 2. Miss Ma bel Barton McHroom, the first and on ly one of her sex to be graduated from the school of civil engineering, at Purdue, has sent a communication to the Purdue Exponent, the college daily, in which she says that thus far j the college authorities. The Public Library Commission has issued a circular letter in regard to the summer term, which will be con dueted at Earlham College beginning June 24. Instruction will he given in the form of lectures. About six hours each day will he required for study and practice. The Dewey decimal , classification will he used. The prep aration of a dictionary card catalogue ' will receive special attention. Instruc tion will be given in book binding and repairing. Essentials of library con istruciion. of shelvings and furnishings will he considered. The letter states: j "Only those will be admitted who i have had a four years' hiRh school .......... , , , , o -.uniin la, anu no dir filling library positions or are under definite appointment to them. 'Entrance examinations will not be required. Application blanks will he furnished by the Public Library Com mission. These must be filled out and stoned by each applicant, who must also secure the recommendation of a member of the local library board. Application should be sent to the sec retary of the Public Library Commis sion, Indianapolis, Ind., before May "All library students who pass the final examinations are granted a cer tificate by the Public Library Commis sion, and a credit of two-fifths by Earl ham College. Those who receive cer tificates from the library commission and continue work at Earlham are granted one and three-fifths credit by Natural Digestion Kodol contains all digestive elements. It does more than the stomach does. It accomplishes, in addition, what the bowels do, what the saliva does, toward digestion. No other digester does that. There is no such a thing as a cure for dyspepsia. We might as well talk about a cure for iari.e ankles. Nature must do the earing. And Nature will do it when given the chaaoe. Tonics and stimulants may seem to help for a time. Hut their effect comes rniy from spurring the stomach to action. And weakness cannot bo cured with a spur. One must relieve the stomn-h. Let Kodol do, for a little time, what the stomach fails to do. Help it as you help a lame ankle. Rest it. as you rest other organs that need to recti; crate. And stop the irritation of hard, undigested food. You will be surprised to note how quickly the Etomach can regain it. strength. dise, baggage and passengers, shall make trips in opposite directions from the same postoffice over the same course. Sunday services ana addition al week day services may be provided as the postmaster-general deems ad visable. The speer capacity of each post-coach shall be at least 1m miles a day, and one coach may be made to serve two or more routes. The car rying capacity of each post-coach shall be not less than ten passengers and l,."oo pounds of merchandise or baggage. Mamma's Kiss. This pretty child story is from the French: A mother tells her little girl that be cause she has been naughty she will not kiss her for a week. Before two days have gone by the child's lips hun ger so for her mother's kiss that she begs her not to punish her any more. The mother says: "No, my dear. I told you that I should not kiss you, and I must keep my word." "But, mamma, mamma," says the lit tle girl, "would It be breakiug your word If you should kiss me just once tonight when I'm asleep "L" Count the Cream You would all eat Mapl-Flake if it cost 10 cents per package. You would all want our maple flavor our perfect cooking were it not for that five-cent difference. But what if Mapl-Flake is 15 cents? Figure the whole cost the food and the cream together. Cream costs as much on poor food as on good food. See how little you save. You want Mapl-Flake because it tastes best. But that is of least importance. The vital fact is that Mapl-Flake is cooked best. Our process requires 96 hours. That is four times as long as it need take four times as long as it does take some others. There is where our extra cost comes in. But all of the wheat is thus made digestible. By a shorter process it is not. Starch, to be digestible, must be made soluble. The particles must be separated for the digestive juices. That requires proper cooking. So our wheat is steam-cooked for six hours, then cured, then flaked, then toasted 30 minutes at 400 degrees. That process is expensive, but it is necessary, else we would not employ it. For without it we could give you Mapl-Flake at 10 cents. Isn't it better to have a food that's all food, because every whit digests? Isn't it even more economical? We boil our wheat in pure maple syrup the source of our delicious flavor. That is less important to you, perhaps, than it is to a child. It induces a child to like the food that is best for it. Wheat is the perfect food Mapl-Flake its perfect form. But the deciding point with a child, you'll find, is the maple sugar flavor. The only food tcnrevl in Individual packages In hotels, clubs, cafes, and on dining cars. she has found that her sex is no hand icap in success in the field of engi neering, so long regarded as the sole property of the sterner sex. McBroom took her degree in .June, 19uf, and gradually has worked her way up in the engineering world until she now holds a posh ion equal in re sponsibility and remuneration to those of many of her classmates of the op posite sex, and she says she is going to continue to climb toward the goal of success, her skirts proving no hin- (trance to her progress. i Skilled Workers. J Miss McBroom is . remarkable young woman, a product of West La fayette, where her parents live. Oth er members of the family have been gradu od fr-uu Purdue, and sue de-. eided to do what no other girl has; ev- j er done, become a success:.';; 1 civil en gineer. She lias been with tin; Weir' Frog company, of Cincinnati. ever1: since her graduation, and the com pany regards her as one of its most i skilled ;uid efficient employes. ' In her letter to the Exponent she says: "I am sr:rry that I can not give you some very romantic and thrilling adventures from the life of a girl en gineer. I know i( is unusual enough to sound interesting, hut I fear that romance such as some might expect can more readily he found in maga zines than in real life. I have rend stories of girl engineers in which they usually outwitted the men in soma very important and difficult feat of engineering, gaining admiration, fame and wealth, and the stories us ually ended with the "iris marrying their male rivals and entering wom an's exclusive branch as home engi neer. ; Prosaic Matter. "Perhaps during my echoed days I sometimes had visions of fame and riches in connection with engineering, but in real life I find it a very pro saic, matter-of-fact, bread winning ex istence. My work here consists main ly of sitting on a high stool at a drawing table, drafting and calculat ing from S a. m. to ." p. in. But I find my work very interesring and plea-s-ant. I am sure the work is by no means so nerve-racking as many po sitions which women now hold. "It is often tho case that where wom en enter a field of employment regard ed as exclusively that of men. the tor .e than there is !e in sal id get as u oil with !..e v. II':!; .iS Ula hie ay. The e in c on- ! respect v h.-lpir.K "The instructors will be: "Chalmers lladley, Earlham College, P. L. New York State Library School, 1005-1901. Secretary and state organ- Miss ;jZ(Jr Public Library Commission of In- : diana, direc tor. Francis L. Goodrich, University of , Michigan. A. B.. B. L. S. New York l State Library School, 1906. John Crerar Library, 1906-1907. University of Michigan Library, 1907 date. In I structor in technical processes and i reference work. "Carrie E. Scott, Indiana Universi i ty, A. B. New York State Library ! School, l!)0n-190fi. Pittsburg Carnegie : Library. 19tii.-1907. Assistant organiz er, Public Library Commission. In structor in children's work. "Grace E. Salisbury, librarian Wis- AI1 modern treatments for indigestion aim at this relief. But they aim in different ways. Some advise dieting. That brings partial relief by omitting some elements which the stomach can't digest. But the omitted foods are important. The body requires many food elements. When you cut somc of them out. you are robbing some part. How can Nature restore digestive strength if you deprive it of nourishment? Another common way is to take pepsin, or di gesters which depend almost solely on pepsin. That helps a littl. for pepsin dlcests albumen. But tnly part of your food is albumen. Pepsin can't digest starch; It can't digest fat. What will become of them? It Is essential to have a digester which com- ; io'e'y t'.ifr-sts all food. That is Kodol. There It n Mines else vlueh contains all the needed ele ments. A lerf.-c- di-esr ran be put up only in lioyiii for:;. That :s why io 1 o is li paid. Aid. t era use it is liTii 1. i.ke the di::csti e vaces. its action t altno-t instant. This is w r e isi'.y ; ru ! T.,Uo Kodol attt r the tm il. and note the aH ser.ee of pain, of i'er:.i or.it: -n. el gas. It is evfc. dent that the : d :.- :i. cs i::g. Or ir,: Ko, u'-.h j.md in a test tube, under proper conditions, ami one en see it d:g's. Not part of the f.e,, ,ls with, p- t s'n. but all of it. You can tin 1 n- th -r di-te.-tor which wiil meet such a test, for th. re is none. Will you u-e a dU- r that o-s but half way? Or will you o1(. t, ... ,., ;n,;i . tl.at complete r lief which conns only from the use of Kodol? Our Guarantee You may prove, without the risk of a penny, what Kodol c:in do. I?uy ot-.e large bottle, and ask your druuiiist for the sinned i-iiHrar.tee. if the re sults are not satisfactory, take the empty bottla ha k and your d.ugi, ist will return your money. This offer is made on the large bottle only, and to but one in a family. Thr.t will amply prov-A how much Kodol mentis to you. Then please tell your friends who need this help how easy it is to obtain it. Kodol is prepared at the laboratories of E. C. DeWitt & Co.. Chicago. The $1 00 bottle contains 2'-j times as much as the LOc bottle. consin Normal School, Whitewater, Wis.; instructor in library work with schools. "Rrne Kildal, University of Chris tiania. Norway, 190:i. B. L. S. New York State Library School, 1907. Yale University Library, 1907. Library of Congress, 1907 date. Instructor in ad vanced cataloguing, subject bibliogra phy and reference work. "Lovina Knowlton, instructor in book-binding. John Herron Art Insti tute, Indianapolis, Ind." The TwllUtfct Of rare. The muscles of the stomach in olu age are not as strong or active as in youth and in conse quence old people are very subject to constipa tion and indigestion. Many seldom have a bowel movement without artificial aid. Many, nlso, hav3 unpleasant eructations of gas from : he stomach after eating. AH this can be avoid ed by the use of Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin, which permanently regulates the bowels so that passages tome naturally, and so strengthens the stomach that food is digested without dis oomiort. Druggist:, sell it at 50 cents or SI large bottle. 1 1 annah : Nothing better for the from c;old Medal Flour. boys than bread Kkhikva. TROUBLE EXPECTED IN SOUTHERN INDIANA Law and Order League and Society of Equity May Clash. Madison. Ind., May 2. Trouble is expected between the newly organiz ed Law and Order League tf the east ern part el this county and Equity farmers in Switzerland county. Tii Law ;nd Order fanners, incensed by threatening letters, prevented an K(uity meeting in Switzerland coun ty Friday and the latter charge that the invaders from this county fired shots in the streets of Moorefield. Feeling is bitter and many farmer of this county acknowledge their purpi is to break up Equity sentiment, which they charee is the cause of tb threats against them. t 'I fVKvtiM:: ln't try to raakc angel food unless vou Use (ielil Medal Kl'Hir. HKLlMev. Kodaks! Kodaks! Phol supplies. Both Phones Cameras ! Cameras ! W. II. ROSS DRUG CO., 804 Main St. lie woi VCUCXHB KlAL'fVrw MRVYWi Ml. Ol. II woman is expected to no considerably 1 s.; recom that of the men. In my absclutely no u:sfO?r;;e:i ;r:es. I get the sane . i many advances as t tl whom w r';. 1 d. Mr and my employ, rs an enough to L'ive me ;!-,, .; men with whom 1 have tact have troate-.; ',;o v it and good fellowship, v.ii' m to overcome the su which have naturally risen in i:v I think for young women he mathematics ami mechanical s there is a good fie! i in eng-p.-1 iff WDI FDKD)flweSDlP ha r; : ath. like Vcts ri ii -i." Snakes In the South sSca Islands. In many of the scu'h i;e i i. ! nuls the snake is often held to be sacre-.!. as h is thought to be connected with a spi" It. At Yalnwa there are snakes whi-di strangers are not allowed to see let some misfortune should foliow. Those that are held are not fed it worshiped., but such as are the fa:ui;i:;rs of indi viduals who knew them receive sacri fices. In the New Hebrides snakes are highly regarded. A native of Pente cost island if he stn-s one in a sacred place cr iu a house will think that there is some reason for its appearing to him. lie will pour over himself the juice of a young eoeoaaut and ever aft erward expect to find the world g well with him through the influence of the spirit. Origin cf Pugilism. Man being insiinctively a pugnacious animal and the fist being the sunniest find most natural weaiiopi. it mav safe ly he assumed that j.agii;m. as a of settling diriicultie-. is coeval man himself. So far as -we km boxing for men was introduced in U.ympie games in the twenty-third Olympiad. 7Sl B. C and for boys in the thirty -seventh Olympiad. tDO "li r- mode with w. tho We have tried to make your shoe buying easy by carrying in stock such a great variety of kinds and styles in all the different widths so that you can be suited and fitted without any trouble. We attribute our success in the shoe business to the fact that we have always sold GOOD SHOES, and LOTS OF THEM, and at the RIGHT PRICE. With our newly remodeled room we have addi tional facilities and are now able to carry MORE SHOES, MORE STYLES, MORE KINDS and wait on MORE TRADE and SUIT and FIT YOU BETTER than ever before. Ladies' Tan Oxfords (all kinds) . . .$1.50 to $3.50 Ladies' Tan High Shoes, Button, Lace and Blucher $3.50 Men's Tan Oxfords and High Shoes $2.50 to $4.00 Tans for Boys, Girls and Children, high or low cut at all prices. ANYTHIPJG YOU WANT IN PATENT, GUN METAL OR KID OXFORDS OR SHOES FOR EVERY BODY. Our stock is so large and our styles so numerous that we don't know where to begin to de scribe them, so come in and let us SHOW YOU. We will appreciate your trade and take special pains to suit and fit you. See Our Windows For Some of the Styles The Shoe CorneF 7th and Main I New York AEMricaa.