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THE RICHMOND FAMliADIUM AND SUN-TELEGRAM, WEDXESD A IT, JUNE 291910.
PAGE THREE D M 0 C R ATS V7 i 1 HOLD A MEETING AT THE CAPITAL And at This Pow Wow Tomor row the Much Mooted Ques tion of a Press Bureau Is to Be Acted Upon. VAN RIPER OF STAR TO BE BUREAU CHIEF Party Leaders Are Worrying as to What They Will Base Their Campaign on Are Up Against It Now. (Palladium Special) i Indianapolis, Ind., June 29. The Democratic state committee will meet in this city on Thursday of this week, and at that meeting it is said there will be a final decision as to the es tablishment of a campaign press bu reau. It was the expectation that this question would be finally settled at the lunch-grabbers' convention at French Lick last week, when the Dem ocratlc editors of the state gathered and put their feet under Tom Tag gart's table, but there was so much to do, so much to see and so many things to interest the editors that they did not have time to attend to much busi ness. So they put It off until this week, and the special committee ap pointed by the state committee some time ago to arrange for a press bureau will undertake to wrestle the proposi tion to a finish. It has been practically decided, how ever, that' the bureau will be estab lished, and that Guernsey Van Riper, at present city editor of the Indianapo lis Star, will be the man behind the gun. While they were at French Lick the editors considered the names of several men for the position of grand high molder of public opinion as mana ger of the press bureau, and the name of Van Riper, seemed to stir , up the most enthusiasm. Van Riper is a good newspaper man, and he will give them as good a press bureau as any other . man could give with the mater ial the Democrats will have to work with this year. A Grave Question. ' And by the way, this is one of the very things that is worrying the Dem ocrats this year. Just what they will base their campaign upon is the ques tion. They have found out already, as has been stated before, that the tariff question will not be a popular theme for them. The Democrats, as they themselves know, have floundered on the tariff from year to year, and their Congressmen from various states have been on so many different sides of the question that they cannot point to any thing in that direction on which to make a campaign. It is pointed out too, that they can not attack the work of the recent Con gress, because Congress at the session Just closed has enacted some of the best laws that have ever been placed on the statute books. In fact, some of the laws enacted by the Republican Congress have been favored by both the Republican and the Democratic parties In their national platforms. They cannot make a straight out campaign on the county option ques- A MISSISSIPPI ENTHUSIAST Mrs. Lena Gresham, of Clinton, Miss., Has a Few Facts to Tell Our Readers About Cardui. Clinton, Miss. "Thanks to Cartful, writes Mrs. Lena Gresham, of this place, "I have been greatly relieved." "I suffered for three years from female Inflammation, and had taken mediane from four different physicians without much benefit "I have received more benefit from seven bottles of Cardui, than from all the physicians." Just try Cardui. That's all we ask. It speaks for itself. It has helped so many thousands, it must be able to help you. Trying Cardui won't hurt you. It is safe, harmless, gentle in action, and purely vegetable. If you are weak, tired, down and out, try Cardui. If you are sick, miserable, and suffer from womanly pains, like headache, backache, draggin feelings; pains in Side, arms, legs, etc. try Cardui. It is the medicine for all women. It is the tonic for you. N B. Write to: Ladle' Advisory Dept.. Chahi Booca Medicine Co., Chattanooga. Tenn., tor Special instructions, auu lor Women, sent i.l plain v.- book. Home Twatmcnl a :cr. an request. REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS nor Marshall had been asked Jpr. ad vice on whether Kern should make that speech, be would have said no. with a large N. The governor has felt all along that there was no reason why Kern, should make any reference to Shively or to the charges which he made against the manner in which Shively was elected United States Sen ator. The governor and Kern are ! fitt's Add. Citv. Sl.OO. close friends, and while they may not) Alonzo M. Gardner Tr. to Chas. E. have talked over this matter yester- Potter, Pt. lots 5 and 6, Hugh Mof day it is dollars to doughnuts that fitt's Add. City. $L Chas. E. Potter to Alonzo M. Gard ner, Tr. PL Lots 5 and 6, Hugh Mof- they did. Therefore, a little mouse might have heard something if he had been in a corner. A BOYS' SECRETARY To Succeed Orville Brunson-of Local Y. M. C. A. Has Been Secured. Positively True And Convincing Published With the Hope That .Others Will Be Simi larly Blessed. "I was just as weak and tired In the morning when I got up as when I went to bed, had a dull heavy feel ing In my arms and legs, and a con tinual burning sensation In my back. Dull, heavy headaches were very fre quent, especially Just before a change of weather. Gas formed a great I 1 In my stomach and bowels, and I would bloat and belch very much. When my trouble started some two years ago, I weighed one hundred and Ixty-two pounds, but through two years of disease and misery, I lost thirty-eight pounds. The medicine I took would fill a good sized shelf, and I was growing worse all the time. About four months ago, I saw a sick friend taking Root Juice, he said it was doing him lots of good, so I con cluded to try it, although I had lost faith In everything. The first bottle didn't seem to do me much good but 1 Imagined I was a little better, so I bought six bottles, before it was all used, 1 was gaining a pound a day, and feeling like my old self again. 61eep was refreshing, appetite good, and digestion seemed perfect. I no longer had the dull, heaTy feeling in my arms and Jegs, or pain in my back, and have not bloated or belched since. Root Juice is the best medicine In the world, I am telling all of my friends of the great good it did me. For busi ness reasons, I do not wish my name published in the paper, but any one who suffers as I did can get it, by writing to the Root Juice medicine people." Root Juice is doing so much good throughout the country, that praise of It is now being heard in every state and at this point, it is easy to get . much valuable information, regarding the remedy by calling at Luken & Co.'s drug store. tion, because to do eo would drive all oi the temperance voters out of their party. Failed at Every Turn. . They cannot jump on the Republi cans in Congress because of the heavy j appropriations. The very minute that the Democrats start in that direction, the Republicans will show that the Democratic members of Congress were Just as greedy in their, efforts to get the "pork barrel" bill through Con gress as were the Republicans. Every Democrat that was able to do so slip ped into this bill an appropriation for a public building somewhere in his dis trict. The story came from Washing ton that Congressman Cullop, Demo crat, from the Second Indiana district, wanted $105,000 for a federal building at Washington, Indiana. He feared at the last minute that the committee would not put in the item and that he would lose out, so he went to the com mittee and Informed it that unless the bill contained an appropriation for a building at Washington, he would start a filibuster and keep it up until the close of the session and that he would prevent Congress from passing any public buildings bill of any kind. This brought the answer, and he got $80,000 for the Washington building. Therefore, there is considerable spec ulation as to what the Democrats will use as campaign material when they get their press bureau in full swing. Of course, they have some idea of what they will do, but to the innocent by stander it is not apparent. Expects a Large Vote. One of the leading Republicans of the State said yesterday that the talk about a big stay-at-home vote this year will not pan out. "I have heard some men say that there would be a large number of farmers who would not vote this year, but I do not believe Jt," he said. "The farmers are not disaffected politically. There is one thing that will make them come out and vote and that is the temperance question. The returns from the various local option elections held throughout the state have shown that the farmers favor the law. It is the farmer vote that has given the county option law and its heavy support in the different coun ties. Now, If the farmers of the state find that there is the slightest danger of the Democrats carrying the state this year and controlling the legisla ture, they will turn out and vote the Republican ticket. They know that if the Democrats carry the state it means the repeal of the county option law, and the farmers will not stand for that. This is one of the main reasons why I believe there will be a heavy vote this fall." Senator Beveridge will make two speeches before he leaves for Dublin, N. H-, to spend his vacation with his family. One will be an address at the dedication of a Polish church in thi3 city, and the other will be a Fourth of July speech at Anderson. There will, of course, be no politics in his speech at the church affair, but It Is believed that he will insert a little politics in his Anderson speech. It would be a difficult matter for him to make a patriotic speech without having a lit tle something to say on public affairs, thoush it would undoubtedly be of a non-partisan nature. Much Interest Shown. Much interest is manifested in the conference which will be held tre on Friday of this week by State Chairman Lee and the Republican candidates for Congress. It is understood that all of the candidates who have already been nominated will be present at the con ference, including the nominee of the Fifth district convention which will be held at Martinsville today. It is the purpose of the State chairman to take up with the nominees the question of the conduct of the congressional cam paign In this state this year. They all are confident that the Republicans will win back several of the districts which they lost two years ago, and a careful ly laid plan of campaign will be map ped out. It is understood that Con gressman 'Crumpacker will be here, as well as Congressman Barnard, and there is much Interest in the coming of Crumpacker, because of his promin ence in Congress. If some one could have been a little mouse in a corner of the Governor's office yesterday, he could probably have learned something about Demo cratic politics. John W. Kern called at the office of Governor Marshall and was in a close conference with the gov ernor for more than an hour. Neither one would tell what they talked about, but it is generally understood that they discussed politics. No one be lieves that Kern went there on any other business. It Is believed that they discussed the speech which Kern made to the editors at French Lick iu which he praised Senator Shively in such high terms. The general belief Is that if Gorer- Will J. Robbins to Wm. F. Young lot 22, West Side Syndicate, Sub. to City, $2,500. ' Martha Bunnell to Mary B. Wil liams, lot 11 Blk- 18, Hagerstown, $1,600. , Frank M. Price to Phoebe L. Gray et al lot 10 Griswold Add. City. $300. Chas. J. Wright to Wm. F. Haley et al. Pt. S. W. Qr. Sec. 35, Twp. 16. range 13 Center Twp., $4,000. , Samuel McCain to Otto Ernst, lot 49 Benton Heights Add to City, $250. Martha S. Lontz to Miona Tribe No. 221 Improved Order of Red Men, Pt. Lot 8 in Blk. 3, Hagerstown, $3,500. Amanda C. Wise to Archibald K. Hindman Pts. N. E. Qr. Sec. 22 and Pts. N. W. Qr. Sec. 23, all in Twp. 17, range 12, Jefferson township, $2,200. Phoebe L. Gray to Frank M. Price, H. A. Pettijohn of Noblesville, who h0t 12. Thomas McCarthy Add. City, Is now assistant secretary of the boys' j $1,500. department of the Young Men's Chris-1 South Side Imp. Association to John tian Association of Dallas, Texas, was ' c. Bayer lot 539 Beallview Add. City, selected last evening by the board of $125. directors of the local association to j .. succeed Orville Brunson who resigned j THE GOOD PHYSICIAN'S METHOD as Doys secretary. Mr. reiujonn j It Is a EmaU won(ier that physicians comes well recommended in all de- nrtJ.riKa n nitorsMve hinnd nnrtfipri partments of the work and the board for so many afflictions, since the blood HE IS H. A. PETTIJOHN Oil TO KlilGHTSTOWII Nearly everything will be included in the celebration of Independence Day at Knightstown, according to the bills which are being distributed free ly over the county. It will be a sort of a home coming celebration for for mer residents, although of course, ev ery one i invited. ' The Cambridge City band has been engaged to give a morning, afternoon and evening band concert. Some of the events for the day, in addition to the big pyrotechni cal display, include horse races, ladies' driving and riding contests, foot, mule, sack, automobile and other races of like nature; ball game, wrestling match, boxing contest, etc. At Local Theaters At th Murray. Patrons of the Murray have an op Dortunitr of seeing an exhibition of ventriloauism that is surprising and indicates how mystifying the expert in this line may become. Nan Aken and Co. in the comedy sketch. On the B. & O." present this In so differ ent a manner that all will be desirous of getting better acquainted with the cast of 12 characters. In seeing this production the audience should keep in mind that while Miss Aken is on the stage she is doing all the talking for the 10 figures, a statent which does not seem true but nevertheless is a fact. The Standard Four with their clean comedy and excellent mu sic are a treat to those who enjoy de lightful music La Belle Stone per forms a feat which la almost beyond belief. Her act is the IllustratiOA of the paradoxical statement that a ball can roll up hill or no an Inclined plane without the aid of any mechani cal device outside of the ball or with out the aid of an assistant. The Hall Sisters add music to the bill and give the only dancing to be found on the program this week. The motion pic tures are the kind that every child should see as only the highest and best in child life is shown. This film very nicely shows the story that is known to almost every school child the story of "A Leak in the Dike," Mcrcbastb borrow saaacy. Everybody borrow from body when in need. Now,, if you need any money come INDIANA LOAM C0 in and let us explain the fair- ..... est. easiest and best system Floor Colonial Bid. ofloaning money to housekeepers and others pONE 1341 mat uas ever peen mcmptcu. uviv charges or annoying investigations. RICHMOND. J 3 11 jj ROOM 4tk cf directors believe that he will prove a very capable successor to Mr. Brun son. He is a graduate of Noblesville high school, Wabash college and the Y. M. C. A. training school at Chica go. Mr. Brunson will leave about September 1 for New York City where he will attend Columbia University. TURTLE SOUP FEAST The annual turtle soup dinner of fire company No. 3 at the East End hose house was held last evening. A number of firemen of other compan ies, city officials, and invited guests were present. Several informal toasts were proposed. DOCTORS' PRESCRIPTIONS. It has been proved over and over again that the doctors of this country freely prescribe proprietary medicines in Latin for their patients until they are advertised to the public, after which time they consider It a duty to Immediately condemn the very same medicine, not because the preparation is any less valuable, but because it is not "ethical" to prescribe an adver tised medicine. There are, however, many physicians of recognized stand ing broad-minded and successful enough to continue to prescribe such standard remedies as Lydia E. Pink ham's Vegetable Compound, which they know to be good. is so intimately related with every function of the human body. Poisoned, or impure blood, aside from such manifestations as syphilis, catarrh, inflammatory rheumatism, pimples, boils, sores, muddy complex ion, etc., effects the appetitie, the diges tion and the whole human organism. The most powerful and effective al terative known is Dr. A. B. Simpson's Vegeteable Compound, discovered by a famous physician of Indiana and used in his practice more than forty years ago. It has never failed to cure the most dreadful form of all poisoned blood (syphilis) and has of course read ily conquered all the lesser blood dis eases. Nothing has ever equalled it for giv ing a clear, healthy complexion, it is sold at $1 per bottle at all drug stores. CHICHESTER S PILLS NOTICE P. H. C. All members requested to meet at 27 N. 11th at 7 o'clock this evening on account of the death of our broth er, Fred Waking. H. W. Harris, Pres. 29-lt I.artlM! Aalt y..r VranIM for a hl--k.tr'. kluioaifBriiidAX IMi: ia K4 M4 4tld oi.l!iIV boxes, seald with Blue Ribbon. X .ii v or m UrnccM. Ask f Sll-ClfE.TEB S 1IAMM BRAND FiLLft. tor SS yean known as Best, Safest, Always Reliable. SOLD BY DRUGGISTS EVERYWHERE New Murray Theatre APPROVED VAUDEVILLE Week of June 27th. ALL FEATURE ACTS. STANDARD FOUR HALL SISTERS LA BELLE STONE Other Exclusive Features. Matinee, any day, 10c. Night per formances, 7:45 and 9. Prices 10, 15, and 20c. Loge seats 25c Yon shouldn't shut the tender, grow ing teet ol your children np in heavy, high shoes. There's no reason why you should add any burden to them during these trying summer months, nor do you need to let them go barefoot, which is dangerous. Just let us fit them from our large stock of suitable summer footwear. Barefoot Sandals of fair quality sell for 79c. Ankle Strap Pumps, like cut, with sensible low heel, in Patent and Dull Calf. Small sizes, $1.00. Larger sizes $1.50 and S2.00. Roman Sandals, very cool, very comfortable, very stylish. In Patent only. The larger sisea for $1.50 and 2.00. The smaller sizes for $1.25. - . Then don't forget the spec ial values In Misses tan ankle strap pumps at 51.45 and Child's canvas pumps and Oxfords for 59c Chas. H. Feltman, TWO STORES 724 Main 807 Main I j ijlp 21 T(QME Poietteirs For ttlfoe Ecooommiisft ttYAflHIM) and the Hoosier Store is in the midst of the busy selling season. Constantly offering seasonable goods at consider able savings enables the money earners of this city to sec their dollars travel further than ever calculated upon. We Keep Pushing Our Business Up By Pushing Prices Doivn and along these lines we are encouraging the public with better values everyday. SAVE THE EXPENSE OF THE GLORIOUS FOURTH BY BUYING HERE The difference saved by buying your Dry Goods, Clothing, Shoes, Millinery, House-furnishings, etc., at The Hoosier will pay for your celebration. HERE ARE REASONS: MERCHANDISE that is absolutely reliable, business methods free from tricks, baits and shams. PRICES that are undeniably lower than usual prices for equal merchandise. QUALITIES unquestionably without criti cism. We buy the cream of merchandise di rect from the Fountain head. We buy and sell for cash, thereby saving the expense of bad accounts, and gaining the advantage that Spot Cash always has in the open markets. You get the benefit. STORE SERVICE While at present some what handicapped because of remodeling, the public has learned that here service is prompt, pleasant and accurate. TRY THE HOOSIER'S WAY AND SAVE HOHEY. THEE E(0)(D)SIm .STO Gth and T.lain Strooto Richmond, Indiana