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THE RICmiOXD PALLADIUM AND SUN-T LEGBAM, FRIDAY, JANUARY 22, 1909, OU'fiDn) I F FDK For men, women and children, that we were unable to display the first few days for lack of room, will be placed on sale tomorrow (Saturday) morning at a fraction of their actual worth. These shoes must be sold and turned into cash regardless of cost or value, for we are FORCED to vacate our room by next Saturday night January 30th. & haimce off a LiffetioinrDe tio HB.uy Shoes all Yoyp witd IPcoee 1200 PAIRS of fine shoes for women in all styles and sizes. High and low cut, and worth $4 and $5 Saturday only, choice, per pair Extra Special Fine shoes, all sizes, for men and women, in all leathers. These shoes are worth $3.00 and $3.50 in many stores in Richmond. Saturday only, per pair 1600 Pairs of fine shoes for men in all leathers and all sizes, high or low cut These are worth $4 and $5. Saturday only, choice per pair RUDDERS for men, women and children, worth 50c, 75c and $1.00, Saturday, all day, choice 19c 0 All boys', misses' and children's shoes must be closed out at once. Come and take them away at your own price. Remenber There Is Only One Shoe Sale Now Going On In Richmond. I Now Being Sold Out by the Otto Shoe and Clothing Company at 27c on the Dollar. 529 MAIN STREET, RICHMOND Notice We will be compelled to keep our store closed Friday evening to arrange stock for Saturday's business. Store open Saturday night until 11 o'clock. Affairs of the Sporting World f The board of supervisors of San Francisco which issues the fight per mits to the clubs out there, has an nounced that in the future any club that does not put on bouts that give the public satisfaction will never be 'ranted another license to hold a box ins show. This move on the part of te supervisors was done as a result i f the miserable contest between. Lang i'ord and Jimmy Flynn, which Lang ford won' in one round. -' Charlie Murphy wants the National league to take care of Pop Anson by making him supervisor of umpires. ' The Philadelphia Nationals have refused to waive claim on Jack Ham ilton and will take the former New York and Boston player. As the Highlanders are to open the season against Washington, It prob ably means that they are to go against Walter Johnson and eight assistants and try to avoid a shut out New York Sun. Fighting Dick Hyland who was out been matched by Charley Lecari, the fight promoter of San Francisco to meet Lew Powell, the California light weight, for twenty rounds on Jan uary 29. Jimmy Walsh the Boston bantam weight will meet Jimmy Rea gan also for twenty rounds. Both bouts will take place at Lecari's show at the Auditorium. It is said that JIggs Donohue is not at all sure of being retained as the White Sox first baseman-another sea son, and that if Comiskey puts him on the market McAleer will gobble him. "I do not agree with the idea that the influence of summer baseball is bad for university men," says Dr. Hutchins, university of Wisconsin phy sical director. "I have a keen respect for baseball as it is played. I have observed that the men who play the game are more orderly than those who follow it. There Is more rowdyism in the grand stand and the bleachers than on the field. ' Billy Evans has signed to umpire In the American league again, which is well. Evans has improved Immensely and come to be one of the best of um pires. Outsiders who are arranging Stall ing!' team for him next season are taking no account of Charlie Hemp hill, leading batsman for the Hill top pers last season. It may be that Stall ing will think it a good plan to sand wich a veteran among his young out fielders for steadying purposes. FIRST BIG OF GAME PLAYED 0)1 MONDAY EVENING Legislature in Sunday Base ball Contest Will Hold a Public Meeting to Hear the Arguments. MINISTERS ARE AGAIN COMBATING THE BILL MARION THE WINNER Defeated the Strong New Cas tle Team Last Evening in Polo League Contest. L. QUIGLEY WAS THE STAR LEAGUE STANDING. Won. Lost. Pet. New Castle 3 1 .750 Richmond.. 2 2 .500 Marlon.. 2 2 .500 El wood ..1 1 .500 Anderson.. .. ..... ..1 3 .250 : Vw, ..',', v '.. ' "-, Marlon, Ind., Jan. 22. New Castle suffered Its first defeat last night at the hands of the Marlon team. 4 to 1. It was near the close of the third per iod that the visitors secured the lone score. Marlon caged the ball five times, but forfeited one goal because of fouls. Lineup and summary: Marlon New Castle Quigley Samsell - First Rush . Tlbbetla t Nolan Second Rush ; . Parry Williams Center Martin Kenworthy Half Back Wilson May Goal First Period Quigley, 4:55. Second Period Tibbets, 6:25; Quigley, 4:25. Third Period Quigley, 6:55; Sam sell, 4:50. Rushes Quigley, 7; Samsell 0. Stops Wilson, 36; May, 32. Referee Waller. NEW LEAGUE IS TALKED OF A Northern Indiana Circuit Proposed. A new baseball league has been an nounced to take the field in this state next season. The cities in the league are Wabash, Logansport, Ko komo, Marion, Huntington, Peru, all on traction lines. It will be a trolley circuit. The schedule to be arranged will provide for games each week clay. Should the Sunday baseball bill go through the legislature this day will be made use of- Fans, However, Appear to Be The Stronger This Time and The Measure Is Almost Sure to Be Passed. Palladium Bureau. Indianapolis, Jan. 22. Another inning in the Sunday base ball game will be played next Monday night when the house committee on cities and towns will hold an open meeting for the purpose of hearing the boosters and the knockers. .This Is the committee that has in charge the bill to legalize the playing of Sun day base ball. It was expected that a report on the bill would be made by this time, but now that the committee has decided to hold an open meeting and give everybody a chance to talk for and against the bill it looks like it will be some time before the house will have a chance to vote on it. Arrangements are being made for a large delegation of ministers both from this city and other places throughout the state to attend the meeting and speak against the bill. The ministers will also carry the fight upon the floor of the house, if necessary, to defeat the bill. This is what they did two years ago and they beat the bill In the senate after it had passed the house by a big majority. It is believed that the bill will pass this time, however. Hammond-Gary War. The fight between Hammond and Gary over the location of a new su perior court has assumed a serious aspect. Each town has a delegation here looking after its interests and the legislators are worried to death by them. , - Senator Bowser, of Chesterton, who represents Lake and Porter counties in the tipper house, is chairman of the committee on court of the . senate and when he Introduced a bill in the senate some days ago for the creation of a superior court at Gary he had the bill referred to his own committee. This committee made a favorable re port on the bill, yesterday. But Hammond came to bat yester day with a new bill, also. Senator Halleck introduced one for the ap pointment of an additional superior court judge at Hammond, giving that city two. Lieutenant Governor Hall referred the bill to the judiciary com mittee but Bowser made a motion that it be referred to the committee on courts, of which he is chairman. It is believed here that this settles Hal leck's bill, for Bowser is not likely to make any kind of a repoFt on the bill. If he does it will be a report to kill it. - To Register Voters. Representative Faulknor, of Michi gan City, introduced a bill in the house for the registration, of voters. It is practically the same as the bill introduced In the senate a .few days ago by Senator Clark. The legislature took another whack at bucket shops, yesterday, when Representative Murphy, of Montgom ery county, introduced a bill providing that money lost in stock deals in these establishments may be recover ed in a suit at law, the same as money lost at gambling. Prohibits Rebating. A bill to prohibit the rebating of life insurance premiums also was in troduced, in the house. It makes it a crime for any agent to offer to rebate any part of the premium in order to sell the insurance. It is a crime for any person to accept any insurance rebate. The duty of looking after this is placed in the hands of the auditor of state, who shall make an investi gation when he hears of such a trans action and if the agent is found guilty his license to do business in the state shall be revoked and cannot be renew ed for one year. If an insurance company consents to such rebate its license shall be re voked also. Another bill introduced yesterday provides for the licensing of all life insurance agents. The anti rebate bill, was introduced by Wells of Fort Wayne and the license bill by Stahl, of Noble county. A Closed Fishing Season, The' senate committee on criminal code, of which Senator Kirk man, of Richmond, is chairman, decided last night to report favorably on a bill by Senator Kane, of Noblesville, for a closed season for fishing in all streams of the state from February 1 to June 15. Also on a bill to raise the punishment for robbery from two to fourteen years, as fixed by law at pre sent, to ten to twenty years. The house committee on rights and privileges, last night decided to report favorably on a bill authorizing the state fish and game commissioner to print 10,000 extra copies of his annual re t. This Is in addition to the 1, 0( .oples authorized by statute. A bill that has aroused comment among the senators is one introduced by Senator Kistler a few days ago to require railroads to place electric headlights on all of their locomotives. S. O. Pickens, of this city, attorney for the Pennsylvania railroad and the VandalJa railroad, has requested a hearing before the senate committee on railroads on this bllL He declares that the bill was Introduced in the In terest of the headlight manufacturers and he Ears the railroads will not stand for it. No Rest Day or Night "I would lay awake for hours without any apparent cause, or dream terrible dreams which would bring on extreme spells of nervousness. After taking Dr. Miles' Nervine and Tonic for awhile I could sleep well, and the nervous spells have left me." MISS ALMA HUG, R. R, No. 4, Canal Dover, Ohio. Without sleep the nervous system soon becomes a wreck, and the healthful activity of all the organs obstructed. Restful, body-building sleep accompanies the use of Dr. Miles' Nervine because it soothes the irritable nerves, and restores nervous energy. When taken a few days according to directions, the most restless sufferer will find sleep natural and healthful. Get a bottle from your druggist. Take it all according to directions, and if it does not benefit he will re turn your money. For your supper or Breakfast, try PURITANA MUSH A delicious new health food; lire cents for a two-pound roll. Made at ZWISSLER'S. Ask your Grocer for it. Farnham'o COAL PALLADIUM WANT ads. pay., oec Klof Suits Overcoats $1111 No more. No Less. You are certainly not speculating to get your money's worth when buying your clothes here. The positive saving of $5.00 or 50 per cent of your in. vestment on every garment at all times Is certainly worth investigating. Krai's, 710 Main Clinker, dean and i (Beautiful. Phone 1303 Main and Firoft to. 4 Th 8tor of Bargain. T t Richmond Crc!ierr32 : STH AND FT. WAYNE AV MONDAY. J AN. 25th. OPENING OF WEUU LEAGUE NEW CAOTLE vs. RICHMOND AND CITY LEAGUE GAME Skating Tuesday. Thursday sad Sataraajr, Att Is Palace FRIDAY AND SATURDAY: "IN OLD ARIZONA." A ureal 161 sm Picture. Sec lac Float "FROr.l YOUR DEAD HEART TO DRT Fire Cents