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THE RICHMOND PALLADIUM AND SUN-TEIiEGR AM, WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 26, 1910.
PAGE THREE. ALLEGED JOKERS FOUND III BILLS Conservations, It Is Predicted, May Be the Cause of Troubles. PROGRESSIVES VERY SHY THEY BALK AT THE PLAN OF EN LARGING BALLINGER'S POWER, WHILE THE PLAN OF PINCHOT 13 FAVORED. Washington, Jan. 26. Division in congress over the president's conser vation bill is already developing. The inevitable conflict between the repre sentatives of the special interests and those who feel their responsibility to the public is as certain to affect the standing of the members with respect to these propositions as the larger measures Included in the president's legislative program. Discovery in one of the bills for the classification of coal and mineral lands of what appears to be a joker, und which reposes in the hands of the secretary of the interior full authority to dispose of these lands as at pres ent, in case congress fails to act up on them, has aroused suspicion with respect to all the bills. These bills were drawn by Secre tary Hallinger, according to the presi dent's own statement. The bill in question provides . that Coal and mineral lands shall be with drawn from entry, and their withdraw al shall be reported to congress. If congress fails to act upon the report, then the lands may be restored to en try in the discretion of the secretary. The real conservationists insist that the legislation shall be such as will remove these valuable public proper ties from all danger of absorption by grabbing corporations. Favor Pine hot's Plan. This is the Pinchot proposition, and it is the Pinchot proposition that is making headway among progressive and independent men rather than the llallinger plan. The matter has not yet assumed proportions to indicate what the fight will be, but it is indica tive of the permanent division between the factions that, with respect to these measures, there is already de veloping a determination to resist leg islation which, in the opinion of the progressives, shows clearly a disposi tion to continue the present system of dealing with the nation's natural re sources. There is not the slightest probabil ity that there can be harmonious ac tion Dy all the republicans upon a single, measure proposed by the presi dent. Has Settled Troubles. Statements Chat President Taft has settled party differences, or that there will be an appeal to the caucus when ever these differences appear irrecon cilable, and that the caucus will deter mine the action of the whole party, are manifestly absurd. Yet both sides are claiming to be supporters of the ad ministration, although both are work ing for entirely different results. The first meeting of the senate com- Backache Means Dying Kidncyo A Remarkable Treatment That 8aves the Kidney. How You May Cure Yourself Quickly and Thoroughly. With the progress of science comes one remarkable treatment for kidney diseases. It has been so thoroughly tested and its results have proven so revolutionary that a well known firm in Michigan has undertaken its distri bution into every part of the country. Those who suffer from kidney trou ble and the diseases resulting from it will be pleased to know that every package of this treatment is thorough ly guaranteed. This should assure at last a postive cure to every sufferer. Every man and woman should know that backache is usually a well defined symptom of advancing kidney disease which may end fatally unless treated in time; that rheumatism and bladder trouble are caused from nothing more nor less than kidneys that do not filter the poison from the blood; that dropsy, Bright's disease, diabetes and bladder stones are caused by bad kidneys. 0$t;e they are made to work properly these diseases should quickly disap pear. This is done by the new treatment, Dr. Kerby's Kidney Pills. We urge everyone who has pain in the small of the back, profuse or scan ty urination, pains in the bladder, cloudy or foul urine, not to fail to get a package today of Dr. Derby's Kidney Pills, and drop all other kidney treat ments. Senator Stevenson of Washington, writes from Olympla: "There is no question about the efficacy of Dr. Der by's Pure Kidney Pills in curing kid ney and bladder trouble. I know whereof I speak." Dr. Derby's Kidney Pills are now sold at all drug stores 60 pills 10 days' treatment 25 cents. If you would like to try them first, ask your druggist for a free sample package. Then buy a package; you will not re gret it mittee on interstate commerce is to be held Friday of this week. It will be the first step in the senate toward the preparation of a railroad rate bill. The fight on Cannonism in the house is going steadily on and not a thought of its abandonment is entertained by any of the men engaged. -As already announced the next move of the insur gents will be against the speaker's con trol of the committee on rules, and this movement may take the form of an open attack in the house almost any day. Indicative of the growing feeling among the republican members is the fact that at the recent dinner held to organize the campaign committee of the republican side, there was a bitter and heated colloquy between Cannon himself and Hamilton of Michigan. Cannon in a Row. The latter nas always been an or ganization man. He had made some remarks indicative of his disapproval of the tariff law, for which Cannon took him to task, declaring that unless a man accepts and defends that law as the best ever passed, he is not a re publican. Hamilton replied with a show of anger that he was a better re publican than the speaker. He was willing, he said, to sacrifice himself and his personal ambitions for the good of the party, which Cannon seem ed unwilling to do. The speaker then took the floor and ".Do you know of any woman who ever received any benefit from taking Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Com pound ? " If any woman who is suffering with any ailment peculiar to her sex will ask her neighbors this question, she will be surprised at the result. There is hardly a community in this country where women cannot be found who have been restored to health by this famous old remedy, made exclusively from a simple formula of roots and herbs. During the past 30 years we have published thousands of letters from these grateful women who have been cured by Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound, and never in all that time have we published a testimonial without the writer's special permission. Never have we knowingly published a testimonial that was not truthful and genuine. Here is one just received a few days ago. If anyone doubts that this is a true and honest statement of a, woman's experi ence with Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound write and ask her. kNew Orleans, I. -I suffered with Inflam ation and ulceration for a long time, and had iraui in iMCKHcno ana a weakness. I nad oeen unaer ine doctors' treatment for six months and they claimed I must be operated upon. I was in bed three Weeks and Conlri nnt turn nwr nn either side the pains -were so bad and I was so nerrous. i Then Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Com pound was recommended to trie by a neighbor, and I bad taken it only a short time when I felt relieved and now I am a well woman. I am in line health and feel like a young girl. I have recommended the Compound to my next door UW1 Mil iLM neighbor, and hone that all snfforfmr -n-ni w i Mrs. J. Wilson, 4016 Ulloa SU, New Orleans La. Any woman who is sick and suffering is foolish surely not to give such a medicine as this a trial. ' Why should it not do her as much good as it did Mrs. Wilson. I If the slightest trouble appears which; you do not un- L derstand, write to Mrs. Pinkham atXynn. Mass.. for her advice it is free and always helpful. proceeded with a tirade against the independents and the men who were , false to the organization. lie was very I angry, ana taiKea in a manner mat aroused the anger rather than the sym pathy of bis hearers. Prior to this, Foster of Vermont had declared that he could not go back to his district and tell his people that he was for Cannon. At Local Theaters "The Thief." "The Thief," the extraordinary French play by that great dramatist, Henry Bernstein, which comes under the auspices of Charles Frohman to the Gennett on Saturday for two per formances, is universally regarded as the best of his works. It is a tale of a theft committed by a young wife who is hungering for her husband's love and who sees that the only one way of holding him to her heart is to dress beyond her means and his own. His salary compels her to dress inex pensively. She notes that he ad mires well-gowned women and she notes, too, that those women are at tracted to him by his very love of feminine finery. Fearful of losing him she secretly orders gowns that cannot possibly be paid for by him. Hounded by the creditors, she yields to temp tation and systematically robs her friends in their houses during visits she makes them. In time she is dis covered, indirectly through the inter vention of a youth who has pestered her with attention. The truth is re vealed and her offenses condoned in the end. Seats will be on sale tomor row morning. At the Murray. The popularity of the Arthur Guy's Novelt Minstrels is attested by the large audiences which greet the fine performance at each show. Plenty of songs well rendered, extra good danc ing, fun and amusement of various kinds, marvelous feats of strength and dexterity and the Violet Girl are features which are receiving commen dation from all who attend. The tricks of well trained dogs always prove interesting and especially is this true of the canine aggregation of Mr. Lewis. The monkeys too, delight both old and young by their antics. The management requests that the young men refrain from flirting with the Violet Girl as it interrupts her in her songs. Mrs. Austin's famous pancakes make a hearty, wholesome breakfast. Fresh supply now at your grocer's. PREPARE A PROGRAM Richmond Sunday School As sociation Plans Inter esting Meeting. E. M. HAAS WILL PRESIDE The program for the institute of the Richmond Sunday School association, to be held Monday. January 31 to February 2, "at the First English Lu theran church, has been completed and includes addresses by a number of the leading Sunday School workers of the city. E. M. Haas will preside. The program follows: Monday. 7:30 p. m. Devotional Rev, T. J. Graham 7:40 p. m. Address: Adult Work Mrs. P. T. McLellan S.-00 p. m. Discussion. Mrs. E. M. Haas Music. S:30 p. m. Address: The Boy Problem Mr. G. L. Goodwin 8:50 p. m. Discussion. Tuesday. 7:30 p. m. Devotional Rev. C. Huber, D. D. Music. 7:45 p. m. The Gospel of Matthew. . Prof. Elbert Russell Wednesday. 7:30 p. m. Devotional Rev. R. J. Wade 7:40 p. m. Address: The Sunday School from a School Man's Stand point Prof. C. W. Knouff 80 p. m. Address: The Relation of the Teacher to the Class Mr. R. Horton 8:20 p. m. Address: The Relation of the Class to the School Mr. Sharon E. Jones Reception for officers and teachers. HE IS TOO FEERLE Edward Vickers, Oldest Mem ber of Whitewater Lodge, Cannot Attend. HIS REGRETS RECEIVED Owing to his enfeebled condition, due to advanced age, Edward Vickers of Cincinnati, aged 97, who has been a member of Whitewater lodge L O. O. F. since 1847 will be unable to attend the annual roll call of the local lodge next Friday evening. A letter from Mr. Vickers announc ing his inability to be present was re ceived by Laurence Handley, secretary of the lodge, yesterday afternoon. It has been a great disappointment to the lodge members. Mr. Vickers at tended the roll call last year and was active in the evening's entertainment. It is anticipated that the roll call will be attended by two or three hun dred of the members. There will be a large number in addition who will be unable to be present, but will send letters. The lodge has a membership of about 450. ln)Q Q)BSlI(Ultoln The Bargain Event of the Year Ladies9 Week Starts Thursday morning at S A. 7., and Continues for 6 Days, Everything in Ladies9 Footwear GoesNothiug Reserv ed. tVc Mention Below a Few Items: Sorosis Ladies' Patent Kid Shoes, $4.00 Grade, now per pair $3. 1 9 Sorosis Ladies' Gun Metal Shoes, $3.50 grade, now per pair S2.89 Ladies' Tan Shoes in Button or Lace, $3.50, now S2.49 Val Duttenhoffer Sons Co. Ladies' Patent Kid Shoes, S4.00, now $2.69 Sorosis Ladies' Golden Brown Oxfords, the $3.50 grade, now $2.49 See Our Etargain Tab lee One table of London Smoke and Black Suede, also Bronze. Ladies' Strap Pumps, former prices $4 now per pair S 1.90 One table of Blue Cravenette Pumps, $3.50 slippers, now $1.09 One table of Oxfords, worth $2.50, $3.00 and $3.50 now per pair SI .00 House Slippers at per pair 09c, $1.15, $1.33 Grovers' Soft Shoes for Ladies, reduced. Everything we have at Cut Rate Sale. ooms amd sua Open EveningsTerms Cash and Mo Goods Taken Out on Approval GENNETT Sat., Jan. 29. Mat. & Night Chas. Frohman Presents the Greatest of Dramatic Triumphs, THE THIEF As Presented an Entire Year in New York. A Good Play for Husbands and Wives to See. Seats on Sale Tomorrow. Prices Matinee, 25, 35, 50, 75c and $1.00. Night, 25, 50, 75, $1.00 and $1.50. New Murray Theatre APPROVED VAUDEVILLE WEEK OF JANUARY 24 ARTHUR L. GUY'S Greater American Minstrels Matinee, daily, 10c any seat. Evening, 7:45 and 9:00. Prices, 10, 15 and 20c. Loge Seats, 25c. Remedies For The Babies Babies and Children require a number of reliable home reme dies to be always ready in cases of emergency and the follow ing list picked from Nyal line cost very little money: Myal's Baby Cough, Nyal's Worm Syrup, Ny al's Salve, Nyal's Eczema Lotion, Nyal's Teething Lotion. Every one of them is harm less, yet effective, and the for mula for each is the best known. QUIGLEY Drug Stores Save Your Old Blades 111 DtazorDtaaes ..Ten Days Free Trial.. Clem Thlstlethwalte Drug Store 415 N. 8th St. Phone 1445 C. W. Jordan. Chas. G. Blanchard. Daniel F. McManus. Charles G. Blanchard, Licensed Em balmer, of 18 years' experience, is with Jordan, McManus &. Blanchard, Funeral Directors. Parlors at -1014 Main Street. Telephone 2175. Pri vate Chapel for services. Public Ambulance. HELLO PEOPLEf ' Don't fail to 'phone us when in need of anything tn the Drug line. Delivery service free. Use it. Get our prices on Papes. Booths, Zemo. Fol ey's. King's, Chamberlain's Parisian Sage and Wyeth's Page & Sulphur, or in fact any remedy you see advertised by anybody anywhere. We use the utmost precaution with your prescriptions and family recipes. Cam eras and supplies. CON KEY DRUG CO., Cor. Ninth and Main Streets. It It's Filled at Conkey's. It s Right." The Only Way That You Can Do II to satisfy your wife when she wants new plumbing installed Into the borne is to get an estimate from us and have the job done at once. We will take out your old disease-breeding plumbing and put in sanitary plumbing, bath tubs, closets or sinks, at a fair cost, by ordering your plumbing done by CHAS. JOHANNING . 10M Main Phone 1114 31 '"!.& yo If You Need Money $ .60 is a weekly payment on a $ 25.00 loan $1.20 is a weekly payment on a $ 50.00 loan $2.40 is a weekly payment on a $100.00 loan Other amounts in the same proportion. We loan on housuehold goods, pianos, teams, etc., without removal RICHMOND LOAN CO. Room 8, Colonial Bldg. Phone 1545. Richmond, Ind. 7lO St- Xc5mO INSURE With E. B. KnoUenbcro Room 6 Knollenbcrg Annex The Flower Shop 1111 Ilaln St rhrae 1102 You should jump at this announce ment, as straw is scarce. Will have on track Wednesday, Jan. 26, a car of baled wheat straw. Prices from car: In 10 bale lots 40c per bale; 20 bale lots 37'c per bale. ...OMER G. WHELAN... Feed and Seed Store 33 S. 6th SL Phone 1679 WlliKD) n EinmDipy ? COLDSEOCll... Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday Morning, Afternoon and Evening Moonlight Skating Thursday Night. Ladles Admitted Free He Is Coming to Richmond m 3) ft m mm II A NECESSITY-NOT A LUXURY To Owners of Deeds, Insirance Policies and Other Valiable Papers A SAFETY DEPOSIT BOX In Our Fire and Burglar-Proof Safety Deposit Vault. Dickinson Trust Company SAFETY DEPOSIT BUILDING, 32 S. 8TH ST. '