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THE RICHMOND PALLADIUM AND SUX-TEL.KUKAM, THURSDAY, MARCH 3, 1910. OIL MAGNATE TO DISTRIBUTE ALL SURPLUS WEALTH Outlet for Rockefeller's Vast Wealth to Be Located at Washington if His Bill Is Acted Upon. WANTS TO BE RIVAL OF ANDREW CARNEGIE Institution to Be Incorporated Seeks to Advance Civiliza tion and for Progress of Americans. Washington, March 3. teps were taken yesterday to incorporate the Rockefeller Foundation in the District of Columbia. A bill for this purpose was introduced by Senator Gallinger and wa? referred to the Committee on Judiciary. The purpose of the foundation is to provide a general organization to con duct philanthropic work along all lines. It is understood that the foundation will be endowed largely by John D. ItockefeMer, and that he takes this means to dispose of a large part of his enormous wealth. The incorporators named in the hill are John D. Rockefeller John D. Rock efeller, Jr., Fred T. Gates, Starr J. Murphy and Charles O. Heydt. These incorporators are authorized to select associates, not to exceed a total of 25, and it is provided that there shall not be at ary time less than five. To Advance Civilization. The Rockefeller foundation, accord ing to the bill, is organized to pro mote the well being and advance the civilization of the people of tho United States p.nd its possessions in foreign lands, and for the acquisition and dis semination of knowledge for the pre vention and relief of suffering ,and promotion of any and all of the ele- lements of human knowledge. It was said by Senator Gallinger that Mr. Rockefeller already had given away $52,000,000, and that he was seeking a method of disposing of his fortune that would benefit mankind. The foundation is organized on lines similar to the Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching. . As in the case of the latter institu tion, the Rockefeller Foundation will he authorized to receive and dispense gifts of money other than those ob tained from the original endowment, the amount of which has not been fix ed. Intends to Beat 'Em All. When asked regarding the bill, Sen ator Gallinger said: "I am not authorized to speak for Mr. Rockefeller, but there is no doubt that Mr. Rockefeller intends to giV3 away his money on a scale greater than any other living man. "I am not acquainted with all the details of Mr. Rockefeller's plan, but it is expected that Washington will be made the headquarters." The r-cope of the foundation is very Droaa, aitnougn emDracea in a very nhort section of the bill. This sec tion reads: "That the object of the said Incor poration shall be to promote the well being and to advance the civilization of the peoples of the United States and its territories and possessions of for eign lands in the acquisition and dis semination of knowledge; in the pre vention and relief of suffering, and in the promotion of any and all of the ele ments of human progress.' Still, There's Enough. Etar J. Miurphy, one of the incorpo rators named in the bill, says he does not yet know what endowment the foundation will have. "The bill introduced today," said Mr. Murphy, "is intended to broaden the scope of Mr. Rockefeller's philan thropies, and is almost Identical in form with the act of congress of 1003, under which the Rockefeller educa tional fund was authorized. "The bill makes it possible for Mr. .Rockefeller to go into any worm of philanthropy in the world, whereas the first endowment was specifically lim ited. "The fact that the Incorporators in vhoth instances are almost identical simply means that Mr. Rockefeller be lieves their experience will be of bene fit In future work." Estimates of Mr. Rockefeller's past benefactions and present, fortune very largely. It is conceded that in charity he has but one leader Andrew Carne gieand the best opinion Is that Mr. Rockefeller has given away something like $131,000,000, as against $162,000,- 000 for Mr. Carnegie. Rivalry Is Friendly. The rivalry between Mr. Rockefeller and Mr. Carnegie in getting rid of their riches has been of the most friendly nature. When Mr. Carnegie gave $6, 000,00 to Pittsburg charities Mr. Rockefeller telegraphed him: "You have my best wishes in all your grand efforts to help your fellow man. 1 hope and trust that our prosperous men -the country over will be stimulat ed to emulate your noble example. I believe that untold good would result therefrom." Mr. Carnegie replied as follows: "Many thanks, fellow worker In the task of distributing surplus wealth for the good of others. I clasp your hand. Your congratulations are highly val Early Piety Not Always the Cause of Baldness. In Paris there lived a great physi cian of the world wide known who proved to the world that falling hair is caused by microbe. Dr. gagerbund proved that baldness is directly due to these pernicious and persistent microbes. He proved to every physician on earth that these invisible yet vociferous little devils dug and burrowed into the hair root and finally devoured the hair bulb. This of course destroyed the vitality of the hair which fell out and caused thinning of the hair and" finally bald ness. Inasmuch as it is an accepted fact that baldness, falling hair and dan druff are caused by a germ, doesn't it stand to reason that the only way to prevent such calamities is to kill the germs? And doesn't it stand to reason that the only way to kill these germs is to use Parisian Sage, which L. H. Fihe has so much faith in that he guaran tees it to cure dandruff, falling hair and itching scalp in two weeks, or money back. Paris'an Sage is a delightful hair ton ic and is pleasant to use. It is not sticky or greasy, and contains only those ingredients that will surely benefit. It is now sold by druggists all over America, and by L. II. Fihe for oO cents a large bottle. It is ued exten sively by women who desire luxuriant hair with a radiant luster. The girl with tho Auburn hair is on every package. Bald Headed Row AH ENGLISH GIRL TALKS OF HORSES Miss Ethel Money, a Noted Whip, Lectures Before Wealthy Women. CHECK REIN VERY CRUEL TO GOTHAM'S SWELLEST DAMES THE YOUNG WOMAN TELLS HOW THE STABLE SHOULD BE PROPERLY KEPT. SPECIAL MEETING, DIV. NO. ONE, A. 0. H. On account of the death of Bro. M. J. Conway there will be a special meeting of the members Friday evening at seven o'clock at K. C. Hall. M. J. Eagen, President. BAKERY IS HELD UP (American News Service! New York, March 3. At a command backed by a dozen revolvers early to day, David Meiner, clerk in a bakery of Miichen Messing, at 82 Allen street, backed up against the wall of the of fice, while the bandits rifled the cash drawer, getting only change. A gen eral fight followed in which four bak ers were hurt, one of them seriously, and four of the assailants were cap tured by the police. Pessimists. A nessimist is one whose greatest fear Is that his worst fears will not be realized. Albany Journal. New York, March 3. Miss Ethel Money, the English whip, granddaugh ter of the late Lord Gainsborough, de- j livered the first of her lectures upon i "The Korse," at tho Gainsborough stu- j dios, 2.12 West Fifty-ninth street. An ! audience, mostly wealthy women, lis-' tened with interest to her discussion j of the proper care of fine horses and ; their stables, etc. I Miss .Money said that in Eng'and j riding and driving were as much a part of the English girl's education as French. "A gieat deal is said about vivisec tion," she said, "but to my mind as great cruelty goes on under our eyes sometimes in our stables as in the lab oratory of the scientist. I speak of the check rein here because I hope that while I am talking to you there are no horses standing outside suffering with this to? ture. Stable Requirements. "There are three important necessi ties in the stable: Light, air and wat er. Dark stables injure the eyesight of animals and if they get in the habit of shying by not seeing objects clearly it is hard to break them of it. Thcra should be an abundance of fresh air, though it should not be allowed to blow oh the horses. Sunshine is as necessary as light and air. The tem perature of the stable should be about V0 or degrees never hotter. "There is not a shadow of excuse for dirt iu the stable," Miss Money said. "Not a straw should be out of place. Put your hay racks in natural positions vtnd not over the horse's head. "For beds, sawdust leaves no odor. Horses love it. When I am near a mill I always get it if possible. Gen erally the expense is small, and in some instances the lumber man is glad to have you haul it away without cost, ff your horse has come in wet and is allowed to lie down and roll in saw dust, he gets up half dry. A special room for him to roll in Is not a bad idea but it does no good to spread the sawdust over the floor two inches deep. It should be two feet deep. "A lump of rock salt should be in the manger. Use a Long Rope. The rope to which you tie the horse in his stall should be long and run through a ring with a weight on the end heavy enough to keep it out of his way. Then, if he wants to scratch in the night, he can do it, or he can lie down in comfort. "I remember one stable where I was called to look at a horse that seemed to be troubled in some way. After the groom had gone out I carefully looked at the halter and found that the horse could not get his head within three feet of the ground when he lay down. You will notice that when a horse lies down out-doors he first carefully smells of the ground, and if he cannot set his head down he will not lie down, for fear of strangling. This is true of the horse in the stable, too. Have your rope long enough so he tan lie down. Sometimes lazy grooms do not want their horses to lie down for fear they will get dirty in the night. "The horse is a most particular crea ture about his water. He will go with out water rather than drink out of a dish that is not clean. Water should be given to horses all they want, and not one nail a day. What is one pail to a horse? No more, on a hot day, than a teacup to you when you feel you'd like to drink the whole jugful. Always have two pails for water and use them for nothing else. In winter never let it be colder than 55 degrees." Miss Money ended by saddling the horse and "bringing it around to the front door." A SETTLEMENT MADE YourNerves Your nerves must be fed with pure, rich blood, or there will be trouble. Poorly fed nerves are weak nerves ; and weak nerves mean nervousness, Ask your doctor if alcoholic stimulants are not neuralgia, headaches, debility. Weak ofttn very disastrous when given to nervous nerves need good food, fresh air, and people. He will teJl you why. i'mm;! Ayer's non-alcoholic Sarsaparilla. TRY JUST ONE BOTTLE OF COMMONS' PURE MMLK We might tell you that we pro duce and handle our milk, scien tificallythat we are sure it is pure, because we watch it from the time it is produced until it is delivered but give it a trial and you will say you can ask for noth ing better. Our wagons pass your door Commons Dairy Company 9 S. 5th St. Phone 1188 A putty knife with a reservoir In the handle from which putty can be squeezed by pressing a button has been Invented as a time saver for glasiera by. a Minnesota man. HAISLEY'S MJE If you've not attended this live shoe sale you're missing a rare opportunity of saving money on de pendable footwear, and you are not asked to select from a lot of left-overs or out of date styles. You choose from mp EmiQnipe Stodk and no Shoe Stock Is Freer From Undesirable Shoes Than Ours Every Pair at Reduced Prices Including the now famous Haisley's Pingree Made Shoes for men and women. Better shoes cannot be purchased than these and now with the reduced prices no person should neglect this money saving op- i portunity. Extra Special! lot Boys' Shoes, regular $2.00 and $2.50 Values, Sale Price $1.45 Extra Special 1 lot Misses' $1.50 and $1.75 Shoes, good stock and good styles, sale price . ..$1.15 Men's $5.00 Pingree Made Shoes, now 3 gg Men's $3.50 Pingree Made Shoes, now C0 1 C $3.45 Men's $5.00 Florsheim Shoes, now Men's $2.50 Special lot $1.95 Ladies' $3.00 Pingree Made Shoes, now..J2 85 Ladies' $4.00 Pingree Made Shoes, now..J2g Ladies' $3.50 Pingree Made Shoes, now..J2 95 Ladies' Special lot shoes, now . ....JJ IMIIEY' MI T 820 Main Street Richmond, Indiana Damage Suit Against Local Baking Company Settled Out of Court. CASE WAS A PECULIAR ONE -Rexall Liver Salts Ordinary cathartics are of lit tle use in liver complaints. But we have a real remedy in Rexall Liver Salts. It is an efferves cent saline preparation to be dis solved in water. You will find relief in a very few doses of this excellent medicine. We guaran tee it to give satisfaction. So cents per bottle. Adams Drug Store 6th & Main. "The Rexall Store" Settlement out of court was made today in favor of James Strate, who last fall was seriously burned while working in a man hole back of the Richmond Baking company. South Fifth street, and this morning Mr. Strate's damage suit for '$3,000 for personal injuries was dismissed from the circuit court at the defendant's costs. The settlement was made by the Baking company. The Baking company was accustom ed to turning steam into the man hole after all baking had been completed. On the day of the accident, the com pany was unaware of the plaintiff's presence in the hole. It was several minutes before he was able to attract attention and have the steam turned off. He was taken out of the man hole in a very serious condition and his life waa-dispaired of for a few days, but he rapidly recovered at Reid MemoriaFhospital. Mr. Strate's attorney refused to state the amount of damage which his client settled for. insure: Willi E. B. 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Also Remember Our Department For Farm Qupplleo A mK j- mm We have a full line of farm implements, farm wagons, harness, etc. We will not mention the Automobiles, as you will not forget them. Everybody knows we have them right on our floor. Come in; if you don't see what you want, ask for it. 11-13 Couth 4th Gt. G13-41Q ttain Gt. Richmond, Indiana. EASTEIR SUNDAY MLAJRGIHI 2 - Only a Few Weeks to Order That Spring Suit. Let Us Measure You For a Suit Best Woolens. Workmanship Guaranteed xailoir ROY. Wo DEWM n. nom Successor to Dennis & 5 .