THE RICHMOND PALLADIUM AND SUN-TELEGRAM. THURSDAY, AUGUST 20, 1908.
Holds Army Officer for Mur
der and Brother as
COURT RAPPED SPECTATORS IN
TO ORDER AGED FATHER OF
MURDERER WHISPERED WORDS
New York, Aug. 20. After being out
twenty-two minutes, a coroner's jury
tonight brought In a verdict that Wil
liam E. Annls, who was killed last Sat
urday at Bay side, L. I., came to his
death as the result of pistol wounds
inflicted by Capt. Peter C. Hains, Jr.,
U. S. A., aided and abetted by Thorn
ton Jenkins Hains, his literary broth
er. - There was a greater crowd than
the little courtroom in the town hall
at Flushing, L. I., could hold when the
inquest began, and hundreds of men
and women awaited the verdict out
side, although both the defense and
the prosecution did not consider the
Inquest of much Importance, since
Capt, Hains admits the shooting and
there were, many witnesses to it.
When the jurymen filed into the
room and the foreman announced the
verdict there was a demonstration.
Coroner Ambler had to rap with his
Ravel and court officers had to cau
tion the spectators, for an attempt was
made to applaud the verdict.
MaJ. John Powell Hains, who has
cone here from Chicago to stand by
his son, and who was 5 sitting beside
Capt. Hair.3, gripped his son by the
arm and whispered words of encour
agement, assuring him that the in
quest would have little bearing on his
Is Your Kitchen Clean?
Greasy floors and oilcloths can only
be cleaned properly by the vise of pure
oap. The cheap yellow kind which Is
filled with rosin, only makes a scum
over tho dirt. Easy Task is different,
becausa it is made from borax, cocoa
nut oil and tallow. It dissolves the
dirt and leaves everything sweet, and
it costs 6c.
List of Teachers Shows Corps
Is First Class.
Cambridge City, Ind., Aug. 20. The
public schools of this city will re-open
on Mon,day morning, September 7
with the following corps of teachers:
Superintendent, Lee Ault; principal,
Mrs. Jsadore Wilson; assistant in high
school. W. J. Bowden; eighth grade,
Alice M. Reese; seventh grade, Eliza
beth Whelan; sixth grade, Annette
Edmunds; fifth grade, Jennie Hussey;
fourth grade, Katherine Kneis; third
grade, Eleanor Newman; second
grade, Edith M. Bowman; first grade,
Ethel A, Thomas; supervisor of mu
sic, J. T. Reese.
Another Scientific Discovery.
The doctor eyed the patient gravely,
and then solemnly addressed the tear
ful mother who was in attendance.
"I regret, madam, that your son is
Buffering from a severe concussion of
A gleam of satisfaction flitted across
the lady's face.
"Ah, my bonnie boy!" she exclaimed,
with pride. "Won't his father be glad
to hear that!" London Scraps.
UM MS VOICE
Will Assist in Campaign by
The republican state managers an
nounced yesterday that Vice Presi
dent Fairbanks would take an active
part in the campaign In Indiana and
will make a number of speeches.
The vice president will return to In
dianapolis on Monday. He was to have
delivered an address at Excelsior
Springs, Mo., yesterday, but missed
railroad connections in Chicago. His
address which was to be given before
the Chautauqua at Excelsior Springs
was postponed until today.
The vice president on his way home
will stop at his Illinois farm for a few
days. While the vice president is
here next week he will confer with
the republican leaders regarding the
share he is to take in the convention.
Governor Hanly, Senator Beverldge
and Senator Hemenway will all be
active in the campaign and will make
SHE LIKES GOOD THINGS.
Mrs. Chas. E. Smith, of West Frank
lin, Maine, says: 'I like good things
and have adopted Dr. King's New Life
Pills as our family laxative medicine
because they are good and do their
work without making a fuss about it."
These painless purifiers sold at A.
G. Luken & Co's drug store. 25c.
Claims People Will Realize
Their Favorite Only Adopt
ed Bryan's Policies.
PROUD OF HIS POSITION.
GLAD TO BE RUNNING MATE OF
BRYAN, AS PARTY IS NOT ONE
FOREDOOMED TO DEFEAT AT
Milwaukee, Wis., Aug. 20. John W.
Kern of Indianapolis, democratic vice
presidential candidate, speaking to the
Associated Rose clubs of Milwaukee
at the picnic last night, declared that
the growth of democracy since the
last campaign had been tremendous
and that the coming election would
show that the people of the United
States realize at last that their favor
ite. President Roosevelt, is only a
follower of Bryan's policies.
This realization, he declared, would
swing the voters of the naon to the
fountain head of these principles, and
he predicted the election of Bryan by
He told of his own nomination with
out any effort on his part and said
that he felt proud to be placed on a
ticket with Bryan. He said that he
did not propose to make a campaign
speech, but merely to impress upon
the thousands of his hearers that
theirs is not a party foredoomed to de
feat, but a party whose principles
should carry its presidential candidate
in triumph to the white house.
It was late when John F. Donovan
chairman of the celebration, in a few
words introduced Mr. Kern to the club
and the several thousand people who
were waiting to hear the vice presi
dential candidate. Mr. Kern said that
he supposed that if he were to observe
the proprieties strictly he would not
appear here tonight, for it was known
that he had not yet been officially no
tified of his nomination by the Den
ver convention, but that he had re
liable information to that effect.
Get the Food the
Please let your children taste Mapl-FIake
once- taste the maple flavor.
Then let them decide what cereal to buy.
For the children are the main ones to please.
We cook our wheat in pure maple
vyrup mainly for the children's
Let them once eat a dish of it
aad you can't get them back to
common flakes again.
That is good for us but it's
better for them. For Mapl-Flake
is distinctively the children's food.
First, because it is wheat, and
wheat i the food of the ages. No
cereal fads can ever take thjj place
Second, because we spend 96
hours in preparing it. j
We steam-cook it for six hours.
W cure it for days.
We toast the flakes, made as thin
as paper, in ovens heated to 400
The object of all is to break
down the granules of starch by the
heat, so the "digestive juices caa
get to them.
Flaked foods can be made in
one-fourth of this time, and the
saving, of course, is considerable.
But the result is a food half di
gestiblehalf of the food value lost
.And the half that is lost fer
ments on the stomach irritates the
You don't wan children to have
food like that.
The FooiJ That's All Food
' In these hot days, the question of what cereal to ffg
.For heat-producing foods-flike meat should be
largely discarded. A cereal sjhould be used in place,
f The right cereal is Mapl-flake.
' All people like it best And it is, of all cereals,
' aJ17 mOSt nourishin& btuse it all digests.
K One package will be enough to convince you.
j Please ask your grocer to send it today.
1 - Yon wifl be both surprised and delighted.
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Chairman Hays Told National
Committee This State
Needs Very Best.
L0CKW00D WILL HELP.
TENDERED DIRECTORSHIP OF
PUBLICITY BUREAU, BUT RE
FUSED ON ACCOUNT OF SPEC
IAL INTERESTS IN THIS STATE.
Indiarapolls, Aug. 20. Will H, Hays,
chairman of the speakers' bureau of
the republican state committee, re
turned from Chicago yesterday after a
conference with the republican nation
al speakers' bureau In regard to the
kind of oratorical material the na
tional organization expects to furnish
for the Indiana campaign.
"We practically 'laid down' on the
national committee," said Hays, "and
Informed the committee that Indiana
must have the best. The committee
understands just how important the
campaign in Indiana is going to be.
We are promised the best orators that
can be had. James S. Sherman, can
didate for vice president, is one of the
orators to be sent to this state."
The state committee has a large
force of stenographers at work getting
out letters and campaign material.
Fred A. Sims, acting chairman, is giv
ing every moment he can spare to the
work. Hays is working day and
night making up speaking schedules.
Attached to the speakers' bureau will
be an experienced "railroad man," who
will keep in touch with the republican
orators and give them information as
to routes and the time of the arrival
and departure of trains.
George B. Lockwood, who in other
campaigns has given valuable assist
ance to the press department of the
committee, will spend a good deal of
his time in Chicago this Campaign.
Lockwood returned from Chicago yes
terday. He conferred with Chairman
Hitchcock of the republican national
committee, Richard Oulihan, director
of the press bureau of the national
committee, and members of the execu
Mr. Lockwood was tendered the di
rectorship of the publicity bureau, but
declined on account of his special in
terest in the Indiana campaign. He
accepted, however, a designation with
the press department of the Chicago
headquarters in an advisory capacity.
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Most victims of appendicitis are
those who are habitually constipated.
Foley's Orlno Laxative cures chronic
constipation by stimulating the liver
and bowels and restores the natural
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Laxative does not nauseate or gripe
and is mild and pleasant to take. Re
fuse substitutes. A. G. Lukei. & Co.
Treating Them All Alike.
There was only one thing in the
world of which Eben Ransom thor
oughly approved; that was hard, steady
work. "I hope," said the philanthropic
spinster who was spending a fortnight
at the Ransom farm, "I do hope, Mr.
Ransom, that you treat nil your men
alike; give them all equal advantages
and wages. I find a varying standard,
If I may use the expression, makes so
much trouble and discontent among
laborers in any field of work."
Mr. Ransom surveyed her gravely
and nodded assent
"You're right there, ma'am," he said
dryly after a moment "There Is Just
one rule for the folks that work for
me. , 'Begin as early and keep it up as
late as there's light to go by, and you'll
get your one-fifty a day, unless the
times are unusual hard, when I make
"But I ell you, ma'am, you can't
get as many fellers to work on an
equal basis nowadays as you might
Her Modest Request.
When Andrew D. White was minis
ter to Germany be received some queer
letters from Americans. Perhaps the
funniest of all was a mandatory epistle
from an old lady living in the west
who inclosed in her letter four pieces
of white linen, each some six inches
square. "We are going to have a
fair In our church," she wrote, "and
I am making an autograph quilt I
want you to get me the autographs
of the emperor, the empress and the
crown prince and tell them to be very
careful not to write too near the edge
of the squares, as a seam has to be
allowed for putting them together."
Re-opemfatflf mi Public Inspection
We Will Open Our New Store For Your Inspection Only on
Afternoon and Evening
Music by Runge's Orchestra from 2:30 until 5:00 and from 7:00 until 9:30 p. m.
FLORAL DISPLAY by the E. G. Hill Co.
NO GOODS SOLD ON THIS DAY
STORE OPEN FOR BUSINESS
SATURDAY MORNING, AUG. 22
No Article in This Entire Store Sold For More Than 10c
A New Store with all 'Modem Improvements. All New Goods, the best that money can buy.
SPECIAL BARGAINS for the Opening Sale Crockery, China and Glassware, Hardware, Tinware and
Enameled Ware, Ribbons, Veilings, Pictures, Notions and Underwear. All Popular Sheet Music. No article
sold for more than 10 cents.
OUR MOTTO To Sell Merchandise to our Customers at as Near Cost as Possible, Consistent with Good
Business Principles. We own and operate 92 stores in the United States and Canada.
Twenty-two Years of Steady Progress Our Beginning and Present Achievements
The first store of S. H. KNOX & CO. was opened at ERIE, PA., 18S6, by the present head of the Company, MR. 8. H. KNOX. In ths
past 22 years we have opened and now have in operation 92 stores in the United States and Canada which are owned and operated by S. H.
Knox & Co. We want you to feel at home always when in our Btore. We are going to make it interesting enough so you cannot afford to
pass our doors without dropping in. Watch our windows and counters; they will be filled with real bargains every day. We are glad to have
you with us. Come often it will be to our mutual advantage. Tbe policy of this Company is, absolute integrity, satisfaction and accommo
dation, with the purpose of winning and holding the confidence of every man, woman and child who enters its doors. We are now proud to
state that in none of the 92 cities in which we are located have we a better store than we have in Richmond-
. E inox & (Do. Rfew 5'& tte Store
701 and 703 Main St., Cor. of 7th, Colonial Building, Richmond, Ind.
H. M. GLOIN, Resident Manager.
SOLDIERS IN RIOT
Left Cars at Atlanta and
Joined Forces With the
TWO REGULARS , HURT.
A Maori Nam.
A seaside resort in the Hawke's bay
district of New Zealand is called by
the charming: Maori name Tamatauka
tangihangakoauau. But this Is only
an abbreviation. The full name is Tam
a t a u wbakatangibangakoaauaotanenui
rarangikltanatahu. The translation is,
"The hill on which Tanenuiarangi (the
husband of heaven) played his flute to
his beloved." Auckland Letter.
"I must confess." remarked Mrs.
Crabbe, "I don't believe there ever was
a really perfect man."
"Well," replied Mr. Crabbe, "I sup
pose that's because Eve wasn't made
"How do you mean?"
"Well, if Eve had been made first
she would have bossed the job of mak
ing Adam." Philadelphia Press.
Wealth a Burden. I
"Do you find great wealth a bur
den?" "Sometimes," answered Mr. Cum
rox. -There never any telling when
mother and the 'girls are going to In
vest la a touring car or a steam yacht
or a foreign nobleman or some such
form of worriment and responsibility.'
Washington St&x- ...
Atlanta, Ga., Aug. 20. Late yester
day police reserves were called to the
Terminal station to quell a riot that
broke out among two companies of
United States regulars, en route from
Chicago to the Pacific coast. ,
When the local police officers were
unable to curb the soldiers, a call was
made upon Ft. McPherson for troops
and Capt. Bankhead, with a company
of regulars responded hurriedly.
The trouble started early In the aft
ernoon when a number of soldiers en
route to the Far East broke out of
their cars, which were on the side
track at the Terminal Station, and, it
is said, began annoying passengers" en
tering trains. Officer Hill of the lo
cal police force knocked two of the
soldiers down and then the trouble be
came general. Col. Thompson of the
Gulf department was notified and re
sponded, and later Ft. McPherson was
During the fighting a soldier named
Frank Smith was seriously stabbed
and is now in a local hospital. Joseph
A. Bleak, another soldier, was placed
At 6:30 o'clock the officers had the
men under control and under guard in
their cars, and it is said the guard is
sufjticient to prevent further trouble.
BOARD OF MINERS
Would Have Meant Resump
tion of All Mines. -
The miners' executive board of dis
trict 11, in session at Terre Haute yes
terday afternoon and last evening,
turned down the proposition submit
ted by President Thomas L. Lewis
yesterday morning. A proposition,
which, if accepted, would mean the
immediate resumption of all the mines
in Indiana, was given representatives
of the executive board while they were
in Indianapolis Tuesday evening and
yesterday morning, and the same prop
osition was accepted by representatives
of the operators.
The miners representing the board,
were given the papers, containing the
proposition, and told to take it to the
board members in Terre Haute. The
latter body, however, did not look fa
vorably upon the matter and it was
Waters had Just come in from his
club. He appeared to be In the best of
humor, and his wife soon found out
"Tou've beard me speak of Sellers,
haven't you?" he asked.
"That man that knows sch an aw
ful lot about the tariff?" ventured Mrs.
"The man who talks so much about
it," corrected Waters. "Well, we had
a long argument about it this evening,
and I came out away ahead."
"Ton did!" exclaimed Mrs. Waters,
"Yes; I got him to admit that he
knows no more about it than I do.
"Now," saia tlie treat magician, roll
ing up his sleeves to show that he had
no concealed mechanism to deceive the
eye, "I shall attempt my never falling
Taking from his pocket a golden sov
ereign, he said:
"I shall cause this coin to disappear
So saying,' he lent the sovereign to a
friend. London Graphic.
Use Blancbard's Eczema Lotion
Prof. J. Blanchard, Skin Specialist,
3811 Cottage Grove Ave., Chicago, will
diagnose your skin disease Free, also
give advice, and state how the disease
will act, and disappear, under use of
his Lotion. How many are there that
can do this? Write for symptom
blank. His Lotion is sold
At CONKEY & MONNINGER'S
CURED HAY FEVER AND SUMMER
A. S. Nusbaum, Batesville, Indiana,
writes: "Last year I suffered for three
months with a summer cold so dis
tressing that it interfered with my
business. I had many of the symp
toms of hay fever, and a doctor's pre
scription did not reach my case, and
I took several medicines which seemed
only to aggravate it. Fortunately I in
sisted upon having Foley's Honey and
Tar. It quickly cured me. My wife
has since used Foley's Honey and Tar
with the same success. A. G. Luken
& Co. v.--.-,.-..
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t W. H. Bradbury & Son
t Rooms 1 and 3, Wastoott Bik
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PURE WHITE VINEGAR.
PURE PICKLING SPICES.
The Best is the Cheapest.
Phone 2292. HADLEY BROS.
Moore & Oghorn
insurance. Bonds and Loans, Real Es
tate and Rentals.
Both phones. Bell 53 R. Horn T589.
Room 16 I. O. O. F. Bldfl. - -
Pure Pickling Supplies
There is true economy in always using the Best. This is es
pecially true when putting up pickles. Our line of Whole Spices
and Vinegars 13 the best procurable.
Pure Cider Vinegar
Pure White Vinegar
Pure Whole Mixed Spices
Horse Radish Root, Little Red Peppers, Little White On
ions, Ginger Root, Black and White Mustard Seed, Tumeric, Cel
ery Seed, Whole Cloves, Alspice, Cinnamon Bark, Juniper Ber
Atlas, Economy, Lightning and Mason
THE BEST IS THE CHEAPEST
h Phone No.
DR. E. H. MENDENHALL
Of 19 South 7th Street
Has returned from Canada and a tour
of the Great Lakes.
Office Hours Afternoon, 1 to 3.
Evening, 7 to 8.
SEE OUR SPRING LINE
Burn Artificial Gas in an
Artificial Gas Range,
Do it now and watch
your gas bill.
Sec the .
Richmond Light Heat & Power Co.
For Cast Gold Fillings
Tbe fillings of toe to.
tare. Colonial Block.
New Phone 1C37
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