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PAGE THK1SG Knights of Columbus Will Make Pilgrimage to Rome Following the Convention at Quebec, Can. Trip will be made under auspices of the original incor porators of the or ganization. (American News Barvlea) Quebec, Can., July 23.-Mor thaa usual Interest Is attached to the an nual conrentlon of the Knlchts of Co lumbus to be held In this city August 1 to 4 on account of the pilgrimage to be made to Rome and Genoa by a large number of the Knights following tne close of the meeting. The pilgrimage will be made under the auspices of the original Incorpor ators of the organlxatlon Daniel Col well. Dr. M. C. O'Connor and William M. Heary, as well as Rev. P. J. Mc Glrney, brother of the founder of the order, and will be representative of the great body of the Catholic laity from the Atlantic to the Pacific ocean. At the bead of the party will be Professor James C Monaghan. prominent lec turer, while Mrs. B. Ellen Burke, a writer on educational topics will be one of the lecturers during the Jour ney. The Rt. Rev. J. J. Keane, bishop of Cheyenne, Wyo., will be the spirit ual director. According to the present arrange ments, the pilgrims will sail from Boston on August 0 on the White Star liner Romanic, which has been chartered for their accommodation. They are due to arrive In Genoa, the birthplace of Christopher Columbus on August 20, where a fitting celebration will be held In honor of the discoverer of America. Three days later, the pil grims are scheduled to arrive in the Eternal City, where they will be given a private audience by the Pope. A formal message will be presented to His Holiness, telling ot the growth and progress of the order, and the work It bas already accomplished. The last stop on the Journey will be made at Oberammergaa where the pll grlms will witness a performance ot the Passion Play. The pilgrims are scheduled to arrive In New York on September SO. The convention proper will be at tended by thousands of delegates from the various jurisdictions where the or der is established, including all of the United States, Mexico. Cuba, Panama, England, all the provinces ot Canada and Newfoundland. The program for the four days con vention Is as follows: Monday. August 1, 8 p. m. Open air concert on Duffer In Terrace by the band of the Royal Canadian Artillery. Brilliant electrical Illumination in hon or of the visitors. Tuesday, August 2, 8 a. m. Proces sion of Knights from Knights of Co lumbus building, 73 Grande Allee to the Baal lea. 0 a. m.. Pontifical High Mass at the Basilica, the celebrant be ing Rt. Rev. Ray, auxiliary bishop of Quebec. Sermon In English by Rt. Rev. M. J. Fallon, bishop of London, Ontario, and In French by Rev. Canon Gauthler of Montreal. 11 a. m. For mal opening of the convention at the Auditorium theater. Addresses of wel come by Mayor Drouln and Dr. N. A. Dassault, state deputy. Response by Supreme Knight James A. Flaherty. 1 p. m. First business session In the council chamber In the city hall. 4 p m. Reception tendered to visitors at ttpencerwooa or ino ueuienam gover nor of the province. Sir C A. P. Pel letler, K. C. M. O., and Lady Pelletler, Automobiles and carriages will be pro vided to convey the guests to and from the reception. 8 p. m. Open air band concert and Illumination on Dufferin Terrace. Wednesday. August 3. 8 a. m. Re- aulem mass at the Basilica for the souls of deceased' members of the or der. 0-10 a. m. Sight-seeing trip around the city, affording visitors an opportunity of seeing museum and pic ture gallery of Laval university. th seminary chapel, the church ot Notre Dame des Victories, Hotel Dieu. Ursu line convent. Franciscan church, cita del and other places. 10 a. m. Dele gate assemble at city hall for business session. 1pm. Delegates resume business session at city hall. 3 p. m Trip to the shrine of St. Anne de Beaupre on special train leaving Que bec at 3 and SuTO p. m. At the shrine a service consisting of solemn benedic tlon ot the Blessed Sacrament will be held at 5 p. m. In the far famed basil ica ot St Anne. 8 p. m. Open air band roncert and illumination ot Dufferin Terrace. 8:JiO p. m. Banquet to dele gates at Chateau Frontenac. Sciatic Rheumatism HkHM Will IH4 M On r ! H. rili GIvm Yaar Maaar Bark. Moat paopta tn Richmond. Inf.. know that rXneuma cures RncumatUnt. but they don't know that tt acts strong!? on the kidneys and cures painful kid ner trouble. If your kidneys bother you. ct a boitlo at once. James R. Pair. TVIlllnk. N. Y.. aayt: "I had been troubled with sciatic rheu inatlum tor four years In my right hip nd leg, and have ued many remedies for the same. Aleo had kidney trouble. XCothlnc aav me much relief. A friend persuaded m to try Rheuma. and for two month took tt a directed. I con alder lsheuma the beat Flheumatlc rem cdy extant, and for kidney trouble can not be excelled." The generous money-back offer ot lo H. rih has created a lively sale of Ttheuma. and no fatr-mlnded person who knt Rheumatic agony should heattat a moment. A few daya u will Drove Ita remarkabl merit. Get a bottle of ttheuma bafor tha offer la withdrawn. After the potaonoua urlo acid hat left ymir ayatcm and vou are Jalnleaa and happy, tell all your rlenda. 10c a bottle. Mail orders fill ir V I C i r a 41 The main picture shows the throne room in the Vatican, and below is a photograph of his Holiness, Pope Plux X. At the top beginning at the right are: William McGinley, national secretary of the Knights of Colum bus; RL Rev. J. J. Keane, Bishop of Cheyenne Wyoming, Spiritual director of the pilgrimage, and Prof. J. C. Mon aghan, head of the pilgrimage. Shumaker Much Report of the (Palladium Special) Indianapolis, July 25. The recent publication of figures from the Inter nal revenue office - showing that the revenue receipts from the sale of 1I-T quor stamps had increased to the ex tent of $353,782.78, has caused K. S. Shumaker, state superintendent of the anti-saloon league, to give out a state ment In which he makes an explana tion of what those figures mean: His statement Is as follows: "The Internal revenue reports for the Sixth district, comprising 59 coun ties In Indiana, for the year ending June 30, 1010, reveals the fact that while there Is a falling off during the year of $1,014.85 In receipts for malt liquors, there was an Increase of $3o3,- 782.78 or of nearly 4 per cent, In the receipts for splrltous liquors. Cer tain newspapers over the state and throughout the country are giving wide publicity to this fact and are as serting that the voting out of 089 sa loons last year has not decreased the consumption of liquors; that boot leg ging, blind tigering and illicit liquor sales are made more easy for whisky selling than, for beer and that beer has been displaced by whisky in dry ter ritory; and further that $238,000 has been lost to cities, towns and counties in liquor licenses. "These dispatches do not go on to state that hardly one half ot the spir itous liquors manufactured in Indiana are actually consumed In this state. Further they do not tell that a large percentage ot It Is high proof alcohol which enters Into the arts and manu factures. The principle distilleries In the Sixth district are located at Ham mond and Lawrenceburg. The distil lerles at Hammond, for example, ship car loads of whisky constantly, not only to Chicago, but all over the east Into such cities as Philadelphia, New York, Boston and other places. Some times there are several car loads of these distilled liquors shipped Into other states from Hammond In a sin gle day. Then the distilleries of Law renceburg ship their liquors largely over the west and south, such states as Kentucky. Pennsylvania, West Vir ginia and Virginia consuming their product, while very little ot it Is con sumed In Indiana. "While there has been a small fall ing on in man liquor revenue re ceipts, yet It has not been as large as one would naturally expect. The rea son for this Is the government exacts revenue from all products of the brew ers, whether of real beer, near beer. dry beer, tonlo tonlca, homo, or what ever other product the brewers may turn ouL These articles are taxed whether they contain one particle of alcohol or not. Then, again, it Is a known fact that certain large Indiana breweries have built up a large brew ery trade In the Panama canal tone and also In the Philippines in the last year. "While the total receipts on malted liquors, splrltous liquors, etc., can be ascertained from the revenue offices at any time, yet the government does not permit an inspection of the receipts from individual . breweries, - dlstllller les. etc. - An examination of such re ceipts would be Interesting for the reason that It would show that very little liquor Is manufactured In our dry counties. It comes from the wet counties almost altogether. "As to the statements which are go Roiled Over Revenue Office ing broadcast that beer Is too bulky to be sold In dry territory, but that whis ky, being less bulky, is sold clandes tinely In such teritory, we desire to say that the facts do not bear out such a statement. There is scarcely a blind tiger raided in dry territory without the discovery of ten times as much beer as whisky, (t is the brew ers who are establishing blind tigers wherever they exist. They are also working the mail order business as faithfully as the whisky dealers. The brewers cannot expect to obtain sym pathy for their business by any such statements as the above. "As to $2.18,000 being lost to counties cities and towns In liquor licenses will say that these cities, towns and counties can stand the loss. The last few years have witnessed the removal of over 2,500 saloons in Indiana, Be yond question these saloons took in an average of $7,000 apiece annually, or a total of $17,500,000. Grant it for the sake ot argument although we do not believe it is true) that one tenth as much liquor Is still consumed In these dry communities; granted further that $500,000 more has been lost to coun ties In the closing of these saloons, and that $500,000 more has been lost to the cities and towns, we will yet have caved the people of the various communities of this state which have ousted the saloon a total of $15,000, 000 a year." At Local Theaters At tha Murray. The attraction, at the Murray this week will please because of the var iety and the quality. In the rural com edy sketch "Christmas at Higglns" which opened this afternoon at the Murray, this theme is well carried out. The scene is laid down in Vermont, is truly rural and home-like. "All the world loves a lover." But what pleas es mostly Is to see two old people lov ers and sweethearts after thirty years ot married life. As Joslah Higglns, Mr. Vechio gives a portrayal of the old farmer that Is artistic and finished and never lets the interest In this pret ty sketch lag for a second. Edmonds and Healy present a laughable creation "A Day at the County Fair"; Alburtus and Altns do some comedy juggling and James Boyd has a line .of talk that always pleases. AU patrons should keep In "jruoti Gay" HQKILIICK'S r.lALYEED HI LEI Mora beaUiul thaa Tea or Cotfee. Agrees wilL das weakest gesbon Defiuous, sivigjfstn and nuuiaiaw Rich BaSk, yaslstd gasa powder, fonav Cw" O&en m bxxictions. m'nd that the film used the first three days will be changed and another us ed the remainder of the week. LaPorte Stock Company. Although praised without stint has been showered upon the Mae LaPorte Stock company where in no scence has been an over praise. For the first time In stage history the. public has before them a popular price attraction that never disappoints and each and every play is given careful attention in every way and each one staged with special scenery and mechanical ef fects. Eighteen peopla are in the company, good specialties, new plays, elaborated stage settings, handsome costumes and beautiful electrical ef fects making this company out of the ordinary. The Mae LaPorte Stock company will be the attraction at the Gennett for one week starting tonight when they will present for the first time here the beautiful down East play, "One Girl In a Thousand," in which Miss LaPorte will appear in one of her favorite parts. WOODMEN TO MEET (American News Service) Portland, Oreg., July 25. The head camp of the Woodmen of the WTorld, Pacific jurisdiction, began its biennial session In Portland today with dele gates present from Utah, Idaho, Wy oming, Montana, California, Oregon, Washington and Colorado. A proposal to remove the headquarters of the or der from Denver to Portland is to be considered. Pilos! Pilos! Pilos! Williams' Indian Pile Ointment will cure Blind, Bleeding and Itching Piles. It ab sorb tba tumors, allay a itching- at once, acta as a poultice, gives instant relief. Williams Indian Pile Ointment is pre pared for Piles and itching- of tha private parts. Druggists, mail 50c and f LOO. WILLIAMS HFft. CO.. Proas.. Cleveland, Ohla For sale by T. F. McDonnell. Tho Great Dig Da r gain Daltinc Powdor Stamp Ofrcr n ID Stamps with a large package of fancy California Evaporated Peaches 1 0 Stamps with a pound package of Spaghetti IPtooime 1215 tled Letter Day. YEGGS TRY BREAK IIITO EMPTY HOME Second Attempt to Burglarize Clarence Gennett's Resi dence Is Made. NO VALUABLES ARE TAKEN AUTOISTS PASSING THE HOUSE HEARD WINDOW GLASS BREAK AND GAVE WARNING TO MEM BERS OF FAMILY. With the second attempt to enter the closed home of Clarence Gennett, 101 South Eighteenth street, about 9 o'clock last night, the police believe that Richmond is the home of an ama teur gang of would be yeggmen. Supt. Gormon has thrown out his lines for their capture and if another attempt is made within the city it is believed arrests will follow. Last night as a party of unknown motor drivers passed down South A' street they heard a crash of glass at the Gennett home. Shortly afterward they telephoned Henry Gennett. and Harry Gennett, who In , turn notified the police. After a search of the resi dence by Patrolman Longman and the Gennetts, it was believed an entrance had not been effected. Evidently a diamond glass cutter had been run down the center of the glass door in the rear of the house. The miscreant is believed to have .then concealed himself in the shrubbery and hurled a rock through the glass. The police believe no one entered be cause ragged tongues of glass were still sticking aroupd the edges of the opening. Two weeks ago the house was en tered and evidences that some one had gone through the place were found by investigators. Clarence Gennett and family are vis iting in the east and the house has been closed for the season. "Just what purpose any one would have in entering the house," said Mr. Henry Gennett last night, "I cannot imagine as there is nothing of partic ular value which could be carried away. There are no rare paintings in the house and the silverware Is in a safety deposit vault." 1 IV, . ... ujoj. "When Mr. Frith." a millionaire art collector said, "sold me my picture of a child feodinj white rabbits he told me an amusing story connected there with. "He purchased for models, he said, u dozen white rabbits from a dealer and ordered them sent home. The man who brought theui to him foolishly left them in the garden Mr. Frith lived in the country at the time and naturally the little' animals all got away through the fence. Well, when Mr. Frith re turned and found his rabbits gone he searched the neighborhood for them manfully. He got most of them back, but not all. And. meeting the dealer next day. he said angrily: ' "'What did you mean by leaving the rabbits loose on my lawn, as you did? I bad a frightful task to capture them, and as it was I got only eleven.' "The dealer scratched his ear. "'But eleven was pretty good, gov ernor,' he said. 'I'd left only elx, ye know. The rest was comin' on tomor row.'" In Russia you must marry before eighty or not at all, and you may marry only five times. ICE CREAM As a Driek . Order your Ice Cream In brick form, equal to 1 quart, and 1 pint., wrapped In Parafine Pa per, and ready to serve by cut ting in slices. More convenient than in the bulk; perfectly sani tary and air tight. 25c PER QUART. Thistlethwalte's 8th and N. E. 8th and S. E. Phone 1445 or 1S00. YBKYl Green Trading Stamps the Celebrated A. & lCc I -4KB Stamps with Stc par- ICC Csfee Wednesday, July 27th. Cotno in and A PLACID MERCHANT. Ha Had Soma Regard For tha Social . , . .- .. Side of Trada. The summer visitor ia a -small sea port town was auutztxl aul amused at the assortment of uwrcbandi; display ed In the little atotv t the nad of the Wharf. The stawcaw was devoted to an assortment of i-a-udv at oue eud ami a lot of cigars and totuux-o at xhv oth er end ami um iKtrrier Itt-tweeu. Next to the showcase stood a motor eu&iu valued at several hundrcil dollars. Thinking to please the pa-ujrWtor. the visitor remarked that eveu thi large depart went stores in Boston could not boast of such a collection. "Weil, be said. "I ain't aping them stores, 1 cau tell you. I aim to keep what my folks waut. Wheu a umu wants an engine for his bo't lie v.:Vits it, and If the tish are ruuniug lie cau't wait to aeud way to I'onlauJ or Bos ton for It. He wants it when be does, then and there." After a little pause he contained; "1 don't Hie the way they do business in t lie m big stores, uuyway. Why. wben you go into a store up to U ton the first thing you kuow some body asks you what you waut. "Now, uever do miythius like that. If a mau comes into tuy place 1 pass the time o day ami ask uim to set. and after l;"' set :t:il talked a while if he wants anything he'll tell tue. "1 never ju-ster a man to buy. May be he aiu't con:e to buy: maybe he's come to talk. Youth's Companion. Tha First Universities. To fx precisely the date of the rise of the first universities is impossible for the reason, that they "were not founded, but grew. They were started by a few able men who had soinetliiug they wished to teach and youths wished to learn. Gradually the free, voluntary vcuter of learning became the organized affair we know us the university. AUkhiij the earliest of these centers of learning were Saler no. Naples and ltologna. Italy being the first land to experience the literary revival. We may say that Salerno university was fairly established by the year 10G0. the University of Bo logna by IH50 and the University of Naples by the year 1200. The Uni versity of Paris, which owes its ex istence to the genius of Abelard. was founded about the same time. New fork American. LURTON IS SPEAKER (American News Service) Hot Springs, Va., July 25. Many prominent lawyers are arriving here to attend the joint convention of the Virginia and Maryland Bar association which will begin a three days session here tomorrow. One of the principal features of the meeting will be an ad dress by Justice Lurton of the United States supreme court. Accident Insurance E. B. KNOLLENBERG Room 6, Knollenberg's Annex. VACATION HONEY Why Not Take Advantage of the VERY LOW RATES and spend a few days with relatives or friends. If it's money you ; need, call on us. We will loan you any amount from $5 to $100, on easy weekly, monthly or quarterly payments. Your household goods, piano, horses, wagons, etc., will act as security. You do not have to ask a friend to go on your note if you deal with us. 60 cents is the weekly payment on a $25.00 loan for 50 week. Other amounts in proportion. " If unable to call at office, write or 'phone. We will have our agent call on you. t Your Name Address, Street and No. Town Amount Wanted, $.... : Occupation i. All communications held strictly confidential. Address , '.- Richmond Loan Co. RICHMOND, INDIANA. Automatic Phone 1545. Established In 1895. Room 8 Colonial Bldg. dk (PD(FD With a Largo Can of P. Baking Powdor f or 1 0 Stamps with 2 boxes of Atlantic Gela tine, each 10 Stamps with a large bottle of Liquid Blue 1 0 Stamps' with a pound package of Macaroni Decide Ycuralf The Opportunity Is Here, Backed by Richmond Testimony.- Don't take our word for it Don 't depend on a stranger's state ment. Read Richmond endorsement Read the statements of Richmond citizens. And decide for yourself. Here It one case of it; John Morris, 433 H Main Street, Richmond, Ind., says: "For several years I suffered from backache, the- attacks often being so severe that I could hardly straighten. The" kidney secretions were at times profuse while again scanty, plainly showing that my kidneys were disordered. I finally de cided to try a kidney remedy and be gan using Doan's Kidney Pills, pro cured at A. G. Luken As Co.'a Drug Store. They helped me after other preparations had failed. At that time I told of my experience in a publlo statement and now I gladly confirm all I then said. I have had only one occasion to use Doan's, Kidney Pills since my first trial ot them and I am glad to say that the results were as satisfactory as before." For sale by all dealers. : Price 50 cents. Foster-Milburn Co., Buffalo. New York, sole agents for the United States. Remember the name Doan's and take no other. v JUST TRY MEERHOFF'S CI CPTRin IRON - tasaawtWW I lew liwii You'll Keep It Because It's the Best. Phone 1236. 9 S. 9th St. New Murray Theatre APPROVED VAUDEVILLE WEEK OF JULY 25 The Big ' Scenlo Sketch : "CHRISTMAS AT HIGGINS" Other Exclusive Features. Matinee,; any day, 10c Night per formances, 7:45 and 9. Prices 10, 15, and 20c Loge seats 2Sc -r CEfjfJ ETT TONIGHT Mae LaPorte Stock Company DAILY, 10e MATINEES. . Ladies' Free Tonight Under Us. ual Conditions. Prices 10, 20 and 30c PALLADIUM WANT ADS PAY. Tea Co. Thic Ulfooli I 1C 40 4, 1C3 Mato SO.: Cot Your Ctcnzpc d lv' BheuiM Co, ieee west Ava. Uairaio, h. i. . 4