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THE RICHMOND PAIXADIU2I JNI SUX-TEM2GRA1I, TUESDAY, MAY lO, 101O.
page Tnnn PEWIOil IS OUT TO Former Wayne Countian in California Prison Is Aided by Thousands. MAN IS VICTIM OF FATE KILLED CLAIM JUMPER AND WAS SENT UP FOR LIFE; BEGAN MIS 8ION WORK WHEN PAROLED, AND THEN RETURNED. .1. Wcbb Moore, life convict. No. 38,759 of the Btate prison at San Quen tin. California, formerly of this coun ty, expects to be released as a result of a monster petition being circulated throughout California, in his behalf, lie is looking forward to his ultimate pnrdon with much expectation and if he is fortunate enough in securing It, he will visit this state. Moore was sentenced to the state jirluon several years ago on a charge of first degree murder of a claim jumper. Moore always maintained that he was not guilty, stating that he acted In self defense, but as he had no witness to substantiate this, the jury sent him to prison for life. Within the last year, he was parol ed and he started the organization of missions in different parts of the state for the benefit of prisoners who were released from the state institutions. For some reason, unknown here, the pardon ' board or prison warden thought be had violated the parole and tie was returned to prison. His friends, , however, set about to circulate a peti tion for his pardon and it Is said that there are thousands of signers. MILD WASH CURES ECZEMA Ordinary oil of wintergreen, mixed with thymol, glycerine and other in gredients, is known to cure skin dis eases. This prescription, known as V. D. D. prescription can now be ob tained on a special offer In a 25c bot tle. That a permanent cure can be ef fected by the. first bottle we cannot guarantee. But ten years of exper ience have 'shown us that every suffer r gets instant relief from the itch; you will feel soothed and refreshed at once. Call at our store and we shall be glad to tell you more about this stand ard eczema cure. Be sure to ask for the right name: D. D. D. Prescription. For sale by . Conkey Drug Co., 9th and Math 8t., Richmond,: Ind. - 1 ACTION BY PASTORS Because of the death of Allen Jay, all business which was to have come before the Ministerial Association yes terday was postponed. Revs. Conrad Iiubfir and S. R. Lyons were appoint ed to draft resolutions of Mr. Jay's death and to represent the association At the funeral. All of the ministers of the city will attend the funeral in ' a body.; j:S':. . Out of respect to the deceased, class es will not be heard at Earlham col lege on Thursday, the day of the fu neral. The high school-Earlham Fresh man track meet which, was scheduled for last evening has been Indefinitely postponed and will not take place probably until after the quadrangular meet. The baseball game between Cincinnati University and Earlham to be played tomorrow has also boen postponed until a later date. The K2 registered trades unions of Great Britain have a total membership of 1,073,500. lizvj r.!zrray Theatre AMHtOVED VAUDEVILLE , Week ! May tfa SPECIAL FEATURE The Incomparable GREAT HENRI FRENCH Vaudeville's Greatest Entertainer All Star Attractions i Matinee, any seat, 10c. Evening pr fermanees, 7:45 and 9:00. Prices, 10, 15 and 20c Log seats, 25c TIP 1 lticAiSsP Frecto Pdnlfca end- bterfcr - ' - Dickinson Was Paper Store Phone 2201. 894 Main St PARDOl .OR if if Cl May Never Send An Invitation To W J- Bryan State Democrats Fear Political Conditions Here Would Embarrass Him Republicans Ex pect Roosevelt, Cummins and Dolliver. (Palladium Special) Indianapolis, May 10.-There is some doubt as to whether William Jennings Bryan will be called into Indiana by tbe democrats to make speeches dur ing the coming campaign in the inter est of John W. Kern and the democrat ic ticket. Ever since Mr. Kern was nominated for United States senator by the democratic state convention there has been talk about asking Bryan to come into this state and make some speeches. It is the belief of Bryan's friends in Indiana and he has many of tnem by the way, that his presence in this state would arouse great enthusi asm and do much good for the state ticket and for Kern. There is no other man in the country with the possible exception of Theodore Roosevelt that has ever stirred up the people of In diana with meetings and speeches like Bryan. Whenever he comes into this state he is always met by tremendous crowds, no matter whether be is to speak on politics, religion or some thing else. It is just the fact that it is Bryan that is to speak. Everybody recognizes his power as a drawing card. It was this fact, and the further fact that Bryan is the biggest democrat in the country that caused his friends to urge that he be asked to come into this state and help in the campaign. But it is the belief now of a good many that the invitation to Bryan may never be sent, for the reason that if Bryan were to come here to make cam paign speeches he would find himself in a very embarassing position because of the local conditions that exist in the party. Bryan it is known has in late years developed a very healthy prohi bition sentiment in his own mind. He has become as outspoken on that sub ject as he ever was on free silver or In many of his recent speeches he has jumped on the liquor traffic and de nounced it in language as direct if not as picturesque as that used by J. Frank Hani y in Indiana. iDspatches in the papers in the last day or two have said that Bryan is going into the cam paign in Nebraska for" the purpose of breaking the sway of the brewery in state -and local politics. . Bryan has always been opposed to control of politics by trusts or com binations of any kind. He has as ev erybody knows, been a bitter , foe of trusts. He has for years denounced trusts and all forms of combinations when ever they undertake to control political parties or political affairs. - He says they have no right to interfere with the management of the government by the people. There is no stronger combine in the country than the brewery combine, and the democratic ticket in Indiana baa the active support and indorsement of this combine. The brewery ; men admit it, therefore if Bryan were to come to Indiana and make campaign MCEMOFJP, Tttmiiiipsdlffly, May 12. America's Oldest, Richest Circus: Npw a Modernized, Stupend ous Realization of All That is Great in Tented Exhibitions! Mm Robinson's 10 Mg Shows 4-Rlng Circus, 3 Menageries and Great Wild West All Combined In One Greatest Show on Earth! 1,000 Men and Women 300 Horses 500 Rare Animal Exhibits 1 5 Male Riders 1 5 Female Riders 20 Great Ground Acts 50 Aerial Artists 50 Gymnasts 4 Big Aer ial Acts 10 Menage Acts 50 Clowns 100 New and Nov el Acts 1 5 Feature Acts 2 Herds of Performina Ele phantsHippopotamus-- Rhinoceros. Big Wild West 50 Cow Boys 30 Cow Girls 50 Real Blanket Indians Mexican Horsemen South American Va. oueros Russian Cossacks and pany of U. S. Cavalry in all kinds of Fancy Drills and Diffi- cusi reais. ; Lowanda Trouae of Brazilian Riders. thi IVm-H' firoat. est Horsemen Warren Traverse, Strongest Man Living Dare Devil Hurts Tribe of Singalese Dancers and Magic ians Trcupe of Arabs. SSC0.CC0 Wm Tn Pert ensccs CsUy. speeches he would find himself revers ing himself and asking tbe people to support a ticket which was selected by the Taggart-brewery combine. Bryan would not do this. This much seems certain. Whatever else may be said about him Bryan's bitterest foes have never accused him of back-tracking on any proposition and they have never questioned bis fearlessness or his sin cerity and honesty of purpose. He has had wild and visionary ideas with ref erence to the management of govern-, ment and the country has at three pre sidential elections expressed its disbe lief in what he preached, but no one has ever said that Bryan did not mean what he said on any subject. ' This, it is pointed out would make it impossible for Bryan to come here to take part in this campaign. No one nere believes that he would campaign against saloon and brewery domina tion in Nebraska and then come into Indiana and advise the people of this state to put in power the party that is right now under the control of the breweries. Crawford Fairbanks, the Terre Haute brewer, gave out an interview here yesterday, in which he said that the brewers were pretty well satisfied with the nomination of Kern for sen ator. "I don't think there is a division of opinion on that score," he said. ' "In the ligh of, Mr. Kern's interview last December in which he charged that the brewers bought votes to de feat him in 1900 and in the light of his recent Kokomo speech will the brew ers give hi mactive support?" Mr. Fair banks was asked. "The brewers can not afford to change their politics for a little thing like that," he answered. "Mr, Kern's charges probably will be investigated. I hope they will be. For my part I am willing to tell all I know." t This means that the brewers are be hind Kern, whether Kern wishes them there or not. "The brewers cannot af ford to change their politics," says Mr. Fairbanks. No stronger proof is need ed. . But further proof is added by the fact that Tom Taggart announced after the state convention that he had fav ored Kern as the candidate for senator all along and that he was a candidate himself only in Kern's interest. He "let on" to be tickled half to death over Kern's nomination. Everybody knows that Taggart is the representative of the brewers in Indiana politics and that he reflects their Bentlments when he makes such statements as that. Still further proof is added by the fact that Steve Fleming the Ft. Wayne brewer, took the Allen county delega tion 'away from Edward G. Hoffman, the Allen county candidate for United States senator, on the third ballot in the state convention and cast the coun ty's vote for Kern. If he had not been satisfied with Kern's nomination he Jananese Scntits-..nnm. SltMT. PADAC2 Dstrs Cpta ct 1.0 crJ 73 P. O. could as well have given Allen county's vote to some other candidate, but he did not When all of these things are taken into consideration it makes a situation that can not possibly serve as an at traction to bring Bryan Into Indiana as a campaign orator this year. Bryan thinks well of Kern. They were run ning mates on the democratic presiden tial ticket In 1908. They have been close personal friends for years. Bry an would be glad to .help Kern as to help any Mther man in the United States. But Bryan has always stuck everlastingly for what he regarded as a principle and has never allowed per sonal friendships to swerve him from what he believed -to be right There fore, it is pointed out it seems impos sible to think that he would come here now and urge the election of a ticket that was chosen by brewery influences. The fact is that Bryan has developed his prohibition. Ideas so strongly that there has been talk about the prohibi tion party nominating him for presi dent. This talk became so common a few weeks ago that it became neces sary for Bryan to issue a statement to the effect that he was not to be con sidered in that connection. He stands high in the estimation of the Anti-Saloon league, and frequent efforts are said to have been made to get him to enlist in its work. There has been so much talk about Bryan as a campaign orator in Indiana this year that many democrats have already begun to look forward to the day when they may hear him again and if it shall turn out that he does not come it will be a sore disappoint ment 'to them. : ' It looks like the democrats will be obliged to depend on their own Indiana contingent of speakers for the ora tory in the campaign. There has not been any talk of any outsiders except Bryan and if he does not come prob ably there will not be any importation at all. On the other hand there is a strong likelihood that the republicans will have the assistance of Theodore Roose velt for at least a week, and that Sen ators Dolliver and Cummins of Iowa and several other speakers of national reputation will take part in the Indi ana campaign in the interest of Sena tor Beveridger This will surely place the democrats' at a decided disadvant age so far as active campaigning is IV: mi WW Lot II Geo concerned, but if it does they will not have any one to blame for it but them selves, for they have allowed the brew, ery interests to take control of their party. At Local Theaters The Rose of Virginia. Pauline Fielding and Co. are pre senting this musical drama at the Mur ray this- week and the many who saw this sketch on its former trip here are glad to welcome it and are pleased with this return date. Chris Christo pher with his singing and novelty vio lin playing is delighting many. Som mers and Storke la their skit "Jack son's Honeymoon" are presenting ; in a clever manner a playlet that is full of comedy and which well illustrates Stomach Misery For Over Six Years Think of it! After six years of sour stomach, of gas eructations of nervous ness, during which time every meal lay on his stomach like a lump of lead, a man was restored to perfect health by Mi-o-na stomach tablets. ; Read what Mr; Hoffman, landlord of the Webster hotel writes. "I suffered misery and intense pains from stomach trouble for over six years, and all the doctoring that I did or medieines I used were of no avail until about two years ago when I used a treatment of Mi-o-na.. The first few days treatment helped me greatly and upon using it & while I was made en tirely free from any stomach trouble or complaint whatever. Since the cure by Mi-o-na I have regained my wejjtht. I eat and sleep well, am never nervous and my entire general health is much better." Max Hoffman, Webster, N. Y., Aug. 2, 1909. ; ; - Mi-o-na relieves stomach distress in five minutes. It acts like magic. It is guaranteed to cure sour stomach, gas eructations, heartburn, dizziness, bil iousness and nervousness, or money back. For sale by druggists every where and by Leo H. Fihe for 50 cents a large box. I lit (sssmxp tnsM-c-m) due catarrh or money back. Just breathe it in. Complete outfit, including inhaler $1. xtra bottles 50c, Druggists. The merchant like everybody else has been "up against" the weather this season. It's well that we are able to find a cause for unfavorable business condi tions. It eases the mind somewhat even if it does not bring desired results. LADIES' TAILORED SUITS have not found ready sale and in consequence the buyers are going to profit by it at the expense of the merchant. Tomorrow, Wcdnooday Horninc, Clay 1 14h we shall put on sale about Fifty Suits in Ladies', Misses' and Junior sizes at prices that must attract attention and are bound to produce ready selling. These Suits will be divided into two different lots:: i LOT NO. 1 are Suits valued from $15.00 to $18.00 and will be on sale at No. 2 are Suits valued from These are all nobby, up-to-date styles, just such as will please the buyer and give proper "chic" to the wearer. We make this great cut in price in order to realize the cash right now. To see these suits will convince the ladies of their ex traordinary values. We pocket the loss the buyer pockets the profit. ' See the exhibition in our Show Window this evening. The sale begins to-, morrow, Wednesday morning. Interested buyers should come early in order to get the choice and also to be surer of finding the proper size. Inlo what a practical joker can do in the way of -stirring up trouble and excite ment in the home. Henri French is here and in every sense his appear ance is delightful as he continually surprises. His rapid changes and ex pert character delineations are decid edly in a class 'of their ow n. The mo tion pictures are fine this week and are the best that can be secured. New films Monday and Thursday of each week. Richmond Stock Co. The Richmond Stock Company op ened its fourth week's engagement at the Gennett theater last evening to a very large house. Miss . Dorothy Smith plays tbe leading part with a vivacity which is most charming while Mr. John A. Preston lends a dignity Hflsiw Are you deriving all the benefits from it that you should? A great many people do their Drug Store shopping ov er our telephones 1298 and 1722. Our Free Quick Delivery Service at your command every day in the year from 7:30 a. m. to 10 p. m. Prescriptions are compounded by Registered Pharma cists exactly as they should be accordingtto the Doctor's orders.1 ; - M We will send for and deliver your prescriptions. Our stock is large and most complete,, and above all we stand for Quality and Service. Oun prices .are right. We cater to Family Trade, and solicit your drug stcrc . account. Come in and get acquainted; we want to know you, and we want you to know us. When sickness enters the home, we can supply yen with a trained nurse. Persons Attention Given AITFfcCrCcra. 821 N. E. St, Phone 1722. RICHMOND, IND. Co) (2) $1 8.00 to $25.00 and will be Co) CO) iilil to his rote which la mat exceptional. Mr. Hooper . Atchley and Mr. Rex D Rosselli again prove themselves to be actors of rare merit while Miss Hall and Miss Roland as usual are both, delightful. NOTICE. The annuaul meeting of the stock holders of the Richmond Natural Gas Co., will be held at the office of the company. No. 43 North Eighth street; on Wednesday. May. 11. at 7:30 p. nu for the purpose of electing five direc tors to serve the ensuing; year and the transaction of any other business that may properly come before the meet ing." E. G. HIBBERD, Secretary ' 4-4V YdDnn si 9 4th and. Main SttPhoiw 12S3. ' V on sale at Pi ITIBI - i