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THE IIICIIJIOND 1'ALJL.AliiiJM AND SUN-TK JUii KAJ1, THURSDAY, AUGUST? 20, 190S
' i ' -1 GOVERNOR MANLY ABOUT CHURCHES Charges Them With Being Re , sponsible For Delay of Temperance. A REASON IS ASSIGNED. CLAIM8 IN CHAUTAUQUA AD DRESS AT LANCASTER, OHIO, CHURCHES LACK "POWER OF HOLY GHOST" URGES HASTE. In an address at Lancaster, Ohio, before a Chautauqua meeting yester 1 day, Governor J. Frank Hanly, of In diana was one of the principal speak ers. Hi3 lecture dealt with the tem perance question and he created a mild sensation, when he charged the churches with being responsible for a i great deal of the slowness which has marked -the anti-saloon movement in the country. Petty jealousies, denom , inationalism and many other causes ' of a trivial nature were assigned as .the cause of the constant delay of or ganized effort. "They lack the power of the Holy Ghost," he said. "Too many of them think more of worldly matters than stamping out the liquor movement in this country." . He advised all temperance advo cates to get together, as the next six ty days would see a great fight in ' temperance circles. Governor Hanly closed his address with a tribute to Abraham Lincoln and Governor Harris. THREE SUICIDES AT SOUTH BEND Affairs of the Sporting World Pitcher Brown,, who was the star member of the Richmond I.-O. league twirling staff until he jumped to the Marion. Ohio, State league has been sold by that club to the Columbus A. A. team. Brown has made a sensa tional record with Marion, winning nearly every game he has worked in. Local fans are confident that "Brown ie" will make good in fast company. He has good speed, a varied delivery and is steady as a clock. A team of American athletes, who competed in the Olympic gamec, won the big meet held yesterday at Edin burgh, Scotland, in which the pick of the Scotish athletes was entered. The Yankees won seven of the eleven events. Having won the Norwegian, German, French, Irish, Scotish and Olympic games this year the American athletes are today acknowledged the best in the world. The New York Americans reversed form yesterday and defeated the De troit champions S to O. The Yan kees outplayed the Tigers in every de partment of the game. Moriarity made a sensational steal home. A meeting of polo magnates will be held at Youngstown Sunday for the purpose of reorganizing the eld Inter state league. Lewis, Hart and Jean will attend this meeting and an effort will be made to sign them for the sea son. .After tieing the score In the ninth the Reds lost to New York in the tenth when the Giants batted in three tallies. Donlin's batting wa3 a fea ture of the game. The four leading clubs in the Amer ican association continue to go down the home stretch neck and neck. Its a toss up whether Louisville, Indianapo lis, Columbus or Toledo win the rag. Osteen, the crack shortstop of the Ft. Wayne Central league club, has been sold to the St. Louis Nationals for $1, 500. He will report to the Cardinals at the close of the Central league sea son. They are having an archery cham pionship meet at Chicago. About nine Cut of ten Americans don't know what bows or arrows look like. WHO WILL WIN? NATIONAL LEAGUE. Won Lost Pittsburg 64 New" York 6:5 Chicago 60 Philadelphia 57 Cincinnati 55 Boston 47 Brooklyn 39 St. Louis 36 41 42 46 45 54 60 64 69 Pet. .6ie .600 .566 .559 .505 .439 .379 .343 AMERICAN LEAGUE. Epidemic Seems to Have Struck That City. ' . South Bend. Ind., Aug. 20. An epi demic of suicides seems to have struck South Bend, three attempts at self-destruction having been made here within twenty-four hours, two of them being successful. The first to kill himself was Charles .F. Erler, who. unable to support his wife and family of, eight children, it is .alleged, took three ounces of lauda num, dying within -a few hours at the hospital. .n The second victim of suicidal mania .was Charles Holstein, who shot him-,e-3lf tli rough the head with a 32-cali-ber revolver. No motive is known for the deed. He was 29 years old. " The third attempt at suicide," which was unsuccessful was made by Miss May Nash, aged 28 years. The young 'woman refuses to explain her act. She will live, physicians having been sum moned In time to overcome the effects of carbolic acid tablets which she had taken. CHAUTAUQUA TO : RESUME UNDER FINE PROSPECTS (Continued From Page One.) the people of the city and county will respond, to the efforts of the chautau cua, management to bring nothine but uie ue&i 10 me ciiy. There will be no hustle and bustle usually accompanying the opening of the Chautauqua this year, because the majority of the tenters are all in their places and there will be practically no demands upon the management to look after the campers needs In connection with the other duties that fall upon Us houlders. The White City this year is larger than last, there being about 200 tents on the grounds. Many of the camp ers have been on the grounds since last Sunday. The consent of the man agement to campers taking their plac es several days previous to the open ing of the regular chautauqua ses sions has proven popular and Is much appreciated. With the "Wblte City'! larger great er Interest displayed both In the city and country, stronger speakers and en tertainers, everything Kvorking on a systematic basis, It Is expected that nothing short of the greatest possible success can be achieved for Rich mond's greatest event, the chautauqua Df this year. thcreal Versus Mundan. lTfo men sat on a. park bench one tarry evening. Through powerful glasses they were examining" the firma ment It was apparent' that one of them was an enthusiastic" astronomer. lie seemed sufficiently familiar with the smallest star to call it by Its first oame that Is, if stars have first names, Drawing his companion's attention to a particular star In close proximity to the handle of the dipper, he said: "Perhaps you may be able to appre ciate the Immensity of distance be tween that star and our earth when 1 say it would take more than a hun dred years for a forty horsepower au tomobile running at full speed tc reach it." By the quality of awe !n his friend's TOlca it was plain that be was unusual ly Impressed as he said: "Not A hundred years? Whv. man,' think of the gasoline bill:" Won Lost Pet. Detroit 63 41 .613 St. Louis 62 45 .579 Cleveland 61 47 .565 Chicago 59 49 .546 Philadelphia 51 53 .490 Boston 52 56 .481 Washington 42 63 .400 New York 34 72 .321 AMERICAN ASSOCIATION. Won Lost Pet. Louisville ... 73 - 51 .589 Toledo 71 52 .577 Indianapolis 72 54 .571 Columbus 71 54 .568 Minneapolis 61 62 " .496 Kansas City 57 67 .460 Milwaukee 55 71 .437 St. Paul 37 86 .301 CENTRAL LEAGUE. Won Evansville 69 Dayton 68 South Bend 63 Ft. Wayne 60 Zanesville 59 Grand Rapids ...... 57 Terre Haute 54 Wheeling 32 Lost. 47 49 54 53 58 57 60 84 Pet. .505 .581 .538 -.531 .504 '.500 .474 .276 RESULTS YESTERDAY. National League. New York 3; Cincinnati 1. Brooklyn 4; Pittsburg 0. Chicago 5: Boston 1. Philadelphia-St. Louis Rata. American Leanue. New York 8: Detroit 0. Philadelphia 6; Chicago 5 Boston 7; Cleveland 2. St. Louis 4; Washington 2. game. Washington 4; St. Louis 1. game. American Association. Columbus 4; Minneapolis 1. Indianapolis 2; Milwaukee 0. Kansas City 3: Louisville 2. Toledo 9; St. Paul 4. First St. Paul 9; Toledo 5. Second Central League. Wheeling 1; South Bend 0. Ft. Wayne 5; Terre Haute 4, Evansville 4; Dayton 1. i Zanesville 3; Grand Rapids 2. game. Zanesville ond game. to inn. First Second local Methodist ministers and they ail seemed much taken with the idea. The Rev. W. M. Nelson pastor of the J Grace M. E. church, went to the state Epworth league convention at Winona to further the project. The matter is now being given serious consideration by the district Epworthians and it is very probable that before the close of this year's Chautauqua's sessions Sup erintendent Shaw will have received some word from the organization. It is anticipated that this word will be favorable and if so, there will undoubt edly be a two weeks session next year. There is a growing demand for such a session this year as is illustrated by the desire of the campers to spend two full weeks on the grounds. The prop osition would also be of great aid to the program in that the program would not have to be so crowded as at the present. Under such circum stances patrons would have much oth er time to devote to those little pleas ures and amusements generally accom panying life about a chautauqua. CUT YOUR WEEDS TO SAVE TROUBLE Time Has Arrived to Remove Noxious Plants. Abonc half a dozen men have been employed by the city to cut weeds and grass along the gutters of the streets and allies. The men W-ill have work for several days. - Property owners will be notified to cut all the noxious weeds on their property. So far this season many owners have been careless, indifferent, negligent and have failed to cut the weeds. The West. Richmond Im provement association is the first or ganization that started agitation for weed cutting and tree-trimming. Hannah: Nothing- better for the boys tlinn bread from Gold Medal Klour. Rebecca. Kodol For Indigestion. Relieves sour stomach, palpitation of the heart. Digests whatyoueat Rosenbloom, Bunjin & Co. Rosenbloom, Buntin & Co. We Have Inaugurated le final Wind-Up Sale Prices are no consideration; everything is cut down to the very limit. Such well known makes as Hart, Schaffner & Marx and Clothcraft, cut to a saving of 25 per cent to 35 per cent. All two-piece suits also to go at great reduc tions to close them out for inventory. $25 Men's Suits at ' $19.25 All cur $4 Boys' high'grade Suits $ 2.00 $22.00 Men's Suits at $15.75 All our $5 grade Boys' Suits at $ 2.50 $20 Men's Suits at $14.75 All $3.50 Boys' high grade Suits $ 1.75 $18 Hart, Schaffner & Marx Suits Men's 2-Piece Suits at extraordi- at $13.75 narv low Prices thus: $20.00 Suits at $13.75 $15 Hart, Schaffner & Marx Suits $18.00 Men's two-piece Suits at.. $12.50 at $11.25 $15.00 Men's two-piece Suits at..$ 9.75 Extra offering in our Boys' Knee . .. . $12 Men's two-piece Suits, only $ 7.25 Pants Suits, $7.00 grade, to go r ' at exactly one-half price $ 3.50 510.00 Men's two-piece Suits at only $6.75 All our $6.00 grade of Boys' Suits $8 0Q Men,s tvv0.piece Suit8 at on. at $3.00 y $5.25 Special Sale Men's Fine Toggery and Furnishing Goods. Our furnishing goods department is a source of comfort to the fashion able fellow, he knowing that no where else can there bs found such excel lent values and exclusive styles as are shown here; hence the furnishing goods business at the Rosenbloom-Buntin store Las grown to Immense pro portions. x WORKING SHIRTS. The shirts are union made, all sizes from 14 to 1S; blues, blacks and fancy, at 39c ANCHOR BRAND SHIRTS. Anchor brand 50c shirts sizes 14 to 19; 50c shirts at 42c, 3 for $1.25 NIGHT SHIRTS. Sizes 14 to 19. Musllnes and Cambrics. $1.00 79c 75c . . " 63c 60c 39c DftESS SHIRTS. Cluett coat shirts, $1.50 shirts at $1.13 $1.00 Mountain and Silver brands at 79c HOSIERY, NECKWEAR. $1.00 fine hose .. .. 69c 50c fine hose .. .. ..36c 25c fine hose .. .. ,.19c 15c fine hose 11c $1.00 neckwear 75c 50c neckwear 40c 25c neckwear 20c BELTS. Belts, 50c ones 39c Belts, 25c ones 19c WHITE AND FANCY VESTS. $4.00 White vests... $2.75 $3.50 Whit vests... $2.25 $3.00 White Tests... $2.00 $2.50 White vests... $1.75 $2.00 White vests... $1.35 UNDERWEAR. UNION SUITS. $3.00 $2.29 $2.50 $1.78 $2.00 $1.39 $1.50 $1.17 $1.00 ., .. 89e TWO-PIECE SUITS. $1.00 a garment... ..890 50c a garment .. .390 Rosenbloom, Buntin & Co., 824 Main St. Big Floats, Good Time, Chautauqua Saturday 0 Grand Rapids GAMES TODAY. National League. New York at Cincinnati. Philadelphia at St. Louia Brooklyn at Pittsburg. Boston at Chicago. American League Cleveland at Boston. St. Ixmis at Washington. Detroit at New York. Chicago at Philadelphia. American Association, Toledo at St, Paul. Columbus at Minneapolis. Indianapolis at Milwaukee. Louisville at Kansas City. Central League. Dayton at South Bend. Evansville at Zanesville. Terre Haute at Wheeling. Ft. Wayne at Grand Rapidr THE HOOSIER STTOIRE COR. SIXTH AMD 1VIAIIM nrniMiiniT rtnn ir lAntn nuivit FOR CHAUTAUQUA BY'ANOTHER YEAR (Continued From Page One.) Cuirurnxa: Don't try to tnnin angel food urrtess you Gold MdJ Flour. Bilixda. liglous affiliation. The only Teason he suggests the Epworth league is that it is a live organization and would do much towards making the local event a success in every way. People would be attracted to the Richmond chautau qua from miles around where at pres ent, it Is almost a county event. The addition of the Epworthian sessions would make the local event a district event, just as the addition of the teach ers' sessions has made the chautauqua a county event Instead of one appeal ing to the county alone. The plan is being given serious con sideration by all those acquainted with it. Superintendent Shaw suggested the proposition to the board of direc tors last June and conferred with the Sometimes we feel like bragging a bit about 4he wonderful increase in our business, which is greater than ev er this year. But bragging will not help. We have worked hard to make this business grow, because we know the store that does a large business offers its customers a double advantage, a double saving, which comes from buying for less and ability to sell at a closer margin of profit. Some extra good things in all the departments' now until the Fall stock comes in. We have a few Ladies' Blue Duck Skirts, the $1.00 and $1.50 kind at 1 69c Ladies' White Lawn Skirts, worth $1.98, at '. !69c Ladies' Dark Percale Waist, worth 50c at' 25c Ladies' White Canvas Slippers, the 75c kind, at 25c Ladies' White Canvas Slippers, the $1.00 and $1.25 kind at 48c Ladies' Tan Slippers, the $1.50 kind at $1-25 Choice of any Ladies' $3.00, $3.50 and $3.98 Trimmed Hats at : $8c ! Many good things on the Odd Shoe Table. This last sale has left several odd pairs of Ladies', Men's and Child ren's Shoes that have been thrown on to the odd table to be closed out at a low price i i ALWAYS COME TO u-u () II IK? JUS'