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ha, . ' wa-.A PAGE'&IGITT TIIE mCHMOXD PAMiADIUM AXD SUX-TEXEGRAM, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 1, 1010. if Qi SESSION Of ENDED Convention, in all Respects, VVcs Satisfactory to the Delegates. AN AGREEMENT EXPECTED IT It THOUGHT THAT THE OHIO . AND IOWA SYNODS WILL REACH AN UNDERSTANDING MISSION WORK PLANS.' Business before tbe fortieth blen Lutheran Joint synod of Ohio and oth er states was concluded Wednesday afternoon and practically all of the delegates returned to their homes. The convention was in all respects a success, several Important matters being settled for the next few years - at least, and as an outcome It Is ex pected that some agreement between the Ohio and the Iowa synods will be reached. The Ohio synod and the Iowa synod both are anxious to adjust the differ ences between the two bodies. Be fore adjourning, even though differ ent points which had arisen during atbe Ave days previously, had been thrashed out, the synod instructed Its Toledo committee to renew its negotiations with the committee rep resenting the Iowa synod. Next Meeting Place. As to the convention meeting place la 2912, the synod took no action. President C. H. L. 8chuette of Col umbus, Ohio, will announce the meet ing place later. No city has been sug gested, but It will be held In the cen tral part of the United States In or der that the distance traveled byt each delegate, will be equalised aa nearly as possible. The synod embraces nearly every state In the United States " and several provinces of Canada. The average expense of each delegate was $i0.4. Mission work In oriental countries sad la Spanish American republics was considered. The synod also de termined to establish an academy In Canada, the place of location to be settled later. The lrst board of trus tees Includes the Rev. P. 8. Gehrke; Jtev. H. Schmidt, John roth and J. Mueller. Several resolutions were passed before adjournment In which the pastors, teachers and organists and members of St John and Trinity Lutheran churches were extended a vote of appreciation for what they had done to make the visit of the dele gates most pleasant FEATSTED ON MELONS (American News Service.) ' Rocky Ford, Col, s'ept 1. Twenty thousand ripe and Juicy watermelons, several hundred crates of month wat- - sting eanteloupes and unlimited Quantities of the several varieties of fruit Jot which this section is fam ous were placed at the free disposal of the thousands of visitors who came . here today from Denver, Pueblo, Colo rado Springs and numerous other places to take In the Arkansas Valley Fair and to help the people of Rocky Ford la their eighteenth annual cele bration of "Watermelon Day." Forty "carvers" wearing huge white aprons and wielding big knives worked stead ily throughout the day slicing the mel ons and passing them to the anxious ' crowd. HE ASSUMES CHARGE . B. N. Brumfteld assumed charge of the county Infirmary today although he will not move to the farm until September 10th. Mrs. Meek, widow of tbe late Harry C. Meek, who died suddenly in the early part of last month, and son, moved their goods from (he Institution on Wednesday. L LAV7 As the Result of Fights Be tween Strikers and Offi cers at Bilboa. VATICAN NOTE IS RECEIVED (American New Service.) Bllbac, Spain, Sept. 1. Bilbac and Its environs today are virtually under martial law, but fighting between strikers and their' sympathizers and strike-breakers is general. More than a score of persons have been seriously hurt along tbe docks and about tbe mines. , Gen. Bourbon bad ordered out every available soldier and a thorough police system bad been organized. The situation Is growing more ser ious, however, in several Instances mobs defying the authorities. CONSIDERING NOTE. Madrid. Sept 1. The cabinet today formally began the consideration of the vaticans note on the relations be tween Spain and the church. Opti mistic reports were current in sem? offlcial circles, based principally on the fact that tbe note is known to con tain no demand for a withdrawal of the government . bill prohibiting the establishment of more religious bodies until new laws on the subject have been passed, or a new concordat, re vised. PROF. IIEFF ATTENDS The new teachers In the Richmond and Wayne county public schools are attending the teachers' institute at the Chautauqua assembly. Several of the new teachers who are attending the Institute Include Prof. Isaac Neff, principal of the Richmond high school. Prof MacClellan, Instructor in manual training in the new high school, Geo. W. Robertson, principal of the Abing- j ton high school. Neal Good, principal of the Whitewater high school, W. J. Morrison, superintendent of the Cam bridge City schools, Karl Mitchell, principal of the Cambridge City high school,- Lester C. Ha worth, superin tendent of the Centervllle schools, Frank McD, principal of the Center vllle high school, George Harlin, prin cipal of the Greensfork high school, and Roy Williams of the Economy high , school. (American News Service.) Chicago, Sept 1. President Taft will be in Chicago for a little more than an hour, Sunday night His pri vate car will arrive over the Lake Shore at 9 o'clock on its way to St Paul where he will open the conserva tion congress the following day. Pres. Taft will pass through the city Tuesday morning on his return east TI T- time is coming; Xldy X CVCr be prepared and do not suffer this year. Use VAPOR OL No. 7 Special and get relief. Posi tive results and is absolutely harmless. Serial No. 2626. Write for circular. Sold and guaranteed by Leo H. Flhe, Richmond, Ind. e e e e i Why Pay More? Pichl & Essennacher :: ' Fancy and Staple Grocers. We sell everything that Is clean ', and fit to eat. i 31) N. 5th Phone 1688 i udder MARTIA CHICAGO SUNDAY And All Gliier FoHis Should Hear po)(pT Tbe Silver - Tonoaed Orator ol file Sunny Soafli ' Two Moors of Laughter Tonlfl&t of 0:00 Hinnhr GREATHQUSE HOT FAVORED BY ALEY A Half-hearted Note of Ap proval Is About All He Can Expect Now. ; i- NO REAL SUPPORT GIVEN NOR CAN IT BE EXPECTED BY THE NE WOEMOCRATIC CANDI DATE FOR SUPERINTENDENT.OF INSTRUCTION. " ' " : (Palladium Special) Indianapolis, Sept. 1 A perfunctory, obligational, half-hearted note of ap proval, a semi-smile is about all that Charles Greathouse, new democratic candidate for superintendent of pub lic Instruction, can expect from Dr. Robert J. Aley, who recently left the ticket - , .. I As soon as Greathouse was chosen iby the democratic-committee he was sent to Dr. Aley to have the Aley O. K. stamped on his temple. However, within the past few days it has de veloped no real support - can be ex pected by him from the educational friends of Supt. Aley throughout the state. It was the great desideratus when Dr. Aley announced his intention of . going to Maine, from a democratic standpoint, for the party to name a 1 man who could pick up the Aley regu- ' . mm.. m v.. r .1aa a man v. horn the retiring superintendent him self could stand back of and would heartily recommend to all of his col logiate and public school acquain tances. f.'.j- . ..' ' Forget Main Asset. But in their rush to defeat the de I sires and the ideals of Governor Mar BIG REBUOTON UN STILL CONTINUES It's a bargain event that you should take ad vantage of as the quality and style of these Ladies' and Men's Oxfords and with the price reduction make them real bargains. We must move this stock of low shoes before fall and that means in the next few weeks, so naturally we are offering them at prices to make you buy. RIew Fallfl Sffiioes . are arriving daily. All the leading lines as were handled by the Humpe Shoe Store we will continue .to carry. ' ' X Will Cflummlingfliam Huiiipe's Old Stand 807 Main Street If El fi r n l JV shall and tottmb the executive " by ) turning down Dr. George Tapy of Wa bash college, a highly qualified man.! the Taggart leaders forgot all about the Aley personality, their main asset' In the campaign and the one strong ; point , on the state ticket. They , tell out of , line with Aley and the demo cratic educational interests by choos ing Greathouse, who is an efficient grain dealer and a wealthy land own er. . . - . v Recalling Dr. Aley defeated Great house for the nomination in 1906 after Greathouse had tried and failed to land In a former campaign, it U an interest ing phase of bossism in Indiana demo cracy, that, after failing to nominate his man by the votes in the state con vention. Mr. Taggart finds It easy to place Greathouse on the ticket after alL Between the baste of Taggart and the submission of Dr. Aley to pressure hastening his resignation, it seems the governor may have been justified in prolonging his Petoskey vacation. BARS PUBLIC COPS (American News Service.) Milwaukee, Wis., Sept 1. The law against public drinking cups on rail road trains and at public fountains went into effect today and in accord ance with their instructions the train men on all trains coming Into Wis consin from adjoining states or pass ing through Wisconsin on their way from one neighboring state to anoth er, carefully removed the drinking cups before reaching the state line and kept them locked up until the train has passed beyond the line into another . state. The TwlII1U or IATk. Tbe muscles of the stomach in old asr are no. as strong- or active as in youth and lb conse quence old people are very subject to constipa tion and indigestion. Many seldom have a bowel movement Without artificial aid. Many, also; have unpleasant eructations of aas from the stomach after eating. All this can be avoid ed by the use of Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin, which permanently regulates the bowels so tha. passages come naturally, and so strengthen tbe stomach that food is digested without dis comfort. Druggists sell it at SO cents or SI t large bottle. , C512) 99 IB) mi u 7T rv n l uv SAEHGERFEST HOW Oil . ' (American News Service.) San Francisco, CaL, Sept 1. The national colors of Germany and the United States are much in evidence in San Francisco today in honor of the Pacific Saengerbund, whose an nual saeagerf est opens tonight Ev ery art ring: train brought its quota of visitors today and the total attend ance is expected to ; exceed 10,000. Tbe Auditorium, where the meetings and concerts will be held, is tasteful ly decorated. The iaengerfest will be in session four or five days. During that time there will be several grand concerts, In which a chorus of 3,000 voices and a number of noted soloists will participate. A big outing at Pied mont park, Oakland, and excursions to the university of California and Mount Tamalpais are among the feat ures of the entertainment program. GAMBLING OUTLAWED ' Reno, Nevada, Sept. 1. By the go ing into effect today of the law pro hibiting public gambling in the state of Nevada the gamblers have been driven from their last trench as Ne vada was tbe last state in which pub lic gambling was toelrated. Anticipat ing the closing of their season the LAKI For the next 90 days, we will make a specialty of short time loans, on. furniture, pianos, live stock, etc., in amounts ranging from $10 to $100 on from three to six months time. Weekly monthly or any kind of payments to suit the bor rower. We will absolute ly guarantee a much low er rate than that charged by any similar concern in the city. Inquiry will prove that we can and will save you money. Confidential. bidianaLoanCo. ,40 Colonial Bldg, City. 'Phone 1341. - 1 $0 OOifc BANKING should you 3 PEEl CETnIT. On ; SaviEss " - T M gamblers from this part of the coun try made the best of. their opportunity and the owners of local gambling dens did a tremendous business during .the past few weeks. . FILE All IIIVEIITOfiY An inventory of the estate of the late Elizabeth Lemberger Y of Cambridge City was filed in the probate court this morning by, the administrator. Tbe appraised value of the real estate is $1,050. AT -THE PLACE YOU UfcT THE MOST CHANGE BACK1 1 VACATION REQUISITES Cameras and supplies. We do amateur flni; ishlna. Blue Jay Com Plasters, Bathing Caps. The new drink Taeee. Conkey Drug Co- Corner Ntntti and tZsln C2s. -If It's Filled at Conkeys. It's Right" Use ear Free Delivery. rnone us: tae distance to our store is ine owuww w " AM DiVMprl is one of the most convenient parlor daven ports, that never by the smallest item in their appearance betray to the eye in the daytime the clever mechanism by which they can be transformed into a comfortable bed at night. The Change is Simple A Child Can Operate It Our Davenports are made of solid oak or quarter-sawed oak and covered with leather or Chase leather, the price increasing with the quality of leather used. :;';V!. Prices range from $19.80, $25.00 to CC3.C0 A Hoosier Cabinet is as convenient in the kitchen as a bed davenport in the living room or parlor. Buy a Jewel StoVe On the Hoosier Club plan this month. Ask about it. 0th and . MM UM m ai m m i . i a r facilities which already appeal-to more than 10.000 satisfied merit your consideration if are not already a depos- itor of this strong bank Accepj G:e Fc? Yost Cavfc:c3 1 PALLADIUM WANT ADS PAY. 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