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THIS KltnnuXD PALLAD1UJ1 A1 U-lMitiiitiKA31, TUESDAY, OCTOBER 18, 1910. HE TARES A WIFE THEIljiAVES HER Alleged Samuel Ketron Desert ed His Young Bride Right After the Ceremony. A F YOU SURELY MUST TRY THIS I'JHEII YOU HAVE A BAD COLO OR GRIPPE New York City Shown Upside Dow a HELPSJEVERIDGE - . ... . AMQUS AUTHOR AN INVESTIGATION IS MADE ACCUSED. A BOSTON, IND, YOUNG MAN, WAS ARRESTED BUT RE LEASED ON BOND BRIDE SENT TO PARENTS. .Charging that, after their marrlagn, about ten-days ago, her husband took her to her parent home and left her, advising 'her to make the best of the 'situation, Minnie Ketron, a sixteen near Boston hat filed suit in the cir cuit court . on relation of the state gainst Samuel Ketron, alleging that he married her' for fraudulent pur pose. rroneru ting Attorney Charles Ladd mho filed the charge against Ketron la now Investigating authorltlea to as certain whether a more serious charge that of having alleged criminal rela tions with A child under sixteen years of age, cannot bo filed against the defendant.. Ketron was arrested at Boston on Monday evening by Deputy Sheriff Os car Mashmeyer. He offered no resistance- nor explanation -and-asked his father, who la, a rural route carrier out of Boston', to go on his bond, which be did. lie furnished $600 for his sons appearance In court whenev er called by Judge Fox. The state's attorney said Tuesday morning that Ketron married Minnie Presley In order to avoid legal pro ceedings. After they were married, It Is said by Mr. Ladd. Ketron drove to his wife's parents home and left his bride there. This was all the atten tion which he has given her, according to the prosecuting attorney. It Is said by the official that Ketron went to his parent's home and had been living there until arrested. The Presley are poor but indus trious residents of Boston township. Ketron has been employed on the rail road section near Boston, lie comes from a good family, City Statistics Deaths and Funerals. 8UDHOFF George 0 Sudhoff, for merly a popular and efficient carrier In the city mall service, died Tuesday morning at 7:30 o'clock at the home of his sister, Mrs. O. Weidner, 301 South Third, street. Mr. Sudhoff had been la poor health for a considerable time, his retirement Irom, the .mall service having been due to this fact Mr. Sud hoff li survived by a wife and one son. Ho was 51 years old. DRIFMKYER The funeral of Wil liam C. Drlfmeyer will take place on Thursday afternoon at 1:30 o'clock from the home, 304 South Fourth street, and at 2 o'clock at Trinity Lu theran church. The services will be In charge of Rev. J. Beck and Inter ment will be at Lutheranla. Friends may call any time on Wednesday aft ernoon and evening. ROW OVER A HORSE Following an altercation between Levi Rhodes and George W. Harvey at the shoeing shop of Mr. Rhodes on Monday, Harvey. . tied . an affidavit against Rhodes fpr assault and bat tery nd he case I was called fn the ctty court Tuesday morning. As not all the witnesses were on hand there waa a postponement until Friday morning. Harvey was having a horse ahod at the Rhodes shop and the work not being completed la time to auit him, he undertook to take his horse away. Rhodes objected to' this and prevented It until certain conditions bad been complied with by Harvey. The affidavit against Rhodes followed. Rhodes claims he was merely protect ing his own Interests and he will de fend himself against the charge of assault and battery. WILLIAMS IS AWAY County Superintendent - C. O. Wil liams will be absent from the office tfntll Thursday. He Is making: an In spection of the district schools In the county. He has several plans In view wherela he believes the efficiency of the schools may be Increased. CU7TCa.2tkvkicft Akrow Kotch COLLARS CtmuttrytotfMneck,thtoMi In front and there Is ample spec for the cravat. ata21wc.CkMn.Pwbd)rCUkw B7CXD.tila.aith Vo,J 6 -fi & . .-! ' wMi&j&bfe km- I U(t 4 : i If' V- -' .-rV ACCUSED HERESY Minister to Face This Charge at the Michigan Bap tists' Convention. CASE VERY UNUSUAL ONE (American News Service) Detroit. Mich., Oct. 18. Among the ministerial and lay delegates who have arrived to attend the annual con vention of Michigan Baptists here this week almost the sole topic of discus sion Is the "heresy" trial which prom ises to enliven the proceedings. A trial for heresy is something unusual In the Baptist denomination. Never before has such a trial taken place in the history of tho Michigan' Bap tist convention, but tho present dis pute over doctrinal differences has reached such an acute stage that.lt is felt that the convention cannot very well avoid taking official action In the matter. The storm-centre of the present trouble lsuhe Rev. Frederick Merri- fleld, director of the Ann Arbor Bap tist guild, which directs the -theological training of students destined for the Baptist ministry. For some years Mr. Merrifield's teachings have been criticised by certain old-time Baptists who have openly charged him with denying the divinity of Christ and his bodily resurrection.' As a result of these criticisms Mr. Merrifleld has been requested to submit a full state ment of his doctrinal beliefs ond teach ings. Tho convention itself will then discuss the ,whole matter and by a vote decide whether Mr. Merrifleld shall be asked to resign his position. The Introduction of the controversy on the convention floor Is expected to precipitate a lively discussion as the accused clergyman has the sup port of many prominent divines and laymen throughout Michigan. UNDERTAKER FILES CLAIM. Cornelius T. Wright, of Cambridge City, an undertaker, has filed a claim of $226 against the estate of the late Charles D. Miller. FINED FOR DRUNK. Fred Ellis and William Miller were fined the usual amount in the city court, Tuesday, for intoxication. TASMANIA. Nicknames Applied to the One Time Convict Settlement. "Tasmania Is perhaps the most Inter esting of the states of our common wealth," remarked the Australian. "It Is a large triangular Island lying to the south of Melbourne and was once a convict settlement. The climate Is delightful and the soil remarkably fertile. The Island Is practically one large orchard, where peaches, apples, cherries, etc.. are grown In sufficient quantities to keep the adjoining continent supplied, with some left over for export to England. As fruit trees do not require much tending, leisure Is a notable character istic of the Inhabitants, and Tasmania is known throughout the antipodes as the land of lots of time' or the land of sleep a lot. It Is also called the jam country and Its natives familiarly termed 'jam eaters. This Is on account of the presence of an enormous can aery in the Island, where some of the orchard products are converted Intc jams, jellies and preserved fruits. "But this by no means ends the list of Tasmanlan nicknames. Two Dutct f explorers Tasman and. Van Dleman- had to do with the discovery, of tb Island, and. although the name of Tas man Is now used, it Is often referred to In old school books as Van DIeman's Land. We find it amusing to twist the latter name a bit and can the Tas manlans 'demons, which Is a shame, as they are the mildest and best fel lows In the world. - They speak of themselves ss Tastes.' and that may be accepted their unofficial deslgna 'Opu." New, .York Press. FINDS HO BOIIDSMEII The effort to Becure bond for Sal- vatore de Gianni, the Italian who is charged with assault and battery on Gartano Ciane with intent to kill, has not 'yet been successful. The bond has been reduced from $1,000 to $300 and if furnished must come In cash from the pockets of the local Italians who are friends of the accused man. Ciane is recovering. BEWARE CAR TRACKS People passing the street car tracks on South Eighth street, near the inter urban station have been much shocked. This is not due to any mis demeanor or high jinks on the part of any Individual, but to the fact that the tracks have become heavily charged with electricity due to defective ground connection and the passersby occasionally gets the benefit of it.. COUIICIL'S BIG JOB One of the big jobs that the city council has on hand Is the considera tion of the building ordinance, type written coptes of which have teen sup plied toeach member of the council. The ordinance covers 45 type-written pages and enters into the rules and regulations for building to the minut est detail. If the ordinance is ever considered section by section, it will require something like a week to get through it. The purport of this ordi nance has already appeared in the Palladium. REPORT BALLOONS (American News Service.1 Chicago, Oct. 18. Balloons which left St. Louis yesterday on the Inter national race were repotted today as follows: Million Population Club land ed near Racine, Wis., at eight this morning; St Louis No. 4 passed Gran ville, Wis., traveling east at eight o'clock; America II passed Eagle, Wis. at eight-fifteen going east; Hamburg III passed Milwaukee at seven o'clock going northeast: the Germania was crossing Lake Michigan near Milwau kee at eight o'clock ; the Dusseldorf passed Big Bend, Wis., at seven-thirty; the Isle de France was reported by Zion, 111- at six-thirty. j9iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiuiiiiuiniinaiiiHiiiiramaiiiiiiinaiiiiuaiiiiiia 1 1&& 3 Elgin C It WHEELER MODEL 18 The finished product of 43 yean experience. The best medium priced watch we Iutc ever made. --- Test It trader most tnrine conditions. Prove it in int nt tiw wish It will always be a reliable timekeeper. Fully guaranteed against de- S f ects of every kind. g Examine the G. M. Wheeler Model Elgin at the nearest jeweler's He will gladly show it to you. t: rtCat of larmeiGeU Ejery mi H4 onu sheakl m wvu fnivw uxonuir id ajraac - jewelers everywhere sell thcas.- ELGXN NATIONAL WATCH COC llaTJiw nttaoU Van SENSATIONAL CHARGE Serious Accusation Is Made Against a Physician at Shoals, Ind. STATE BOARD- IN SESSION (Palladium Special) Indianapolis, Oct. 18. A charge of a sensational nature against Dr. George M. Freeman of Shoals, was the occasion for calling a special ses sion of the state medical board which convened today in the state house. The charge is presented by Frank E. Gllkison, prosecuting attorney of Marion county, who states he Is will ing to furnish the board an abundance of evidence. The affidavit ia signed by a woman living In Shoals. It al leges the physician has been guilty of unprofessional practice and is "guilty of gross immorality.- Dr. Freeman received a certificate to practice in Indiana in 1897. IS FOUND INSANE Addie E. Shelley was found to be of sound mind in an inquest proceeding in 'Squire Abbott's court. A neighbor had alleged that the' woman was in sane, basing his opinion on the fact that her talk was disconnected, declar ing she had threatened suicide and had threatened to burn property In which she and her husband reside. The woman is 75 years old and in his evi dence the husband stated that her troubles were not of a permanent na ture. The physicians who examined her held it as their opinion that she was rational on nearly every subject. PETITION TO SELL Perry J. Freeman, administrator of the estate of the late W. C. Converse, a prominent attorney and former po lice judge, filed a petition in the pro bate court to sell personal property of the decedent in order to pay debts. He states in bis petition which has been approved by the court, that claims In the aggregate of $3,000 have been filed against the estate. He asked to sell 20 shares in the Union Development Company of Georgia, which is of the probable value of $100 a share, with six per cent interest. A Dependable, J Accurate Watch P. For Electricians y The G. M. Wheeler Model Elgin combines all the good points any man can ask for. Unharmed by vibration, S'olt or temperature changes. Has 7 Jewels, Cmspeiss&xf Balaaee. automatic temperature adjuster; KieroBetrie Refxlzter, which can- not be accidentally moved ; factory. , adjustment, perfect materials, expert manufacture, absolute accuracy. - K S K s Watch s Size n mm ' t: t: B t Ontr. srr latoMGeU s: an Elg-ia Watch. There are but w case m aad works, aad folly g-sanuw- Winston Churchill, at Indian apolis, Says He Admires the Indiana Senator. HIS CAMPAIGN A NOVEL ONE CHURCHILL SAYS THAT BEVER IDCE'S NON-PARTISAN APPEAL MAKES A HIT WITH WRITER OF "THE CRISIS." - Palladium Special Indianapolis, Oct. 18. "My instinct tells me insurgency Is going to win all along he line," said Winston Churchill, author of "The Crisis,; "Richard Carvel." "The Crossing." "Coniston," and "Mr. Crewe's Ca reer," and famous New Hampshire legislator, who looked and acted the typical New Englander when he blew into breezy, slangy Indianapolis on Monday afternoon. He was tired. But Tuesday morning when be awoke in the Columbia club, having returned there from Frankfort where he spoke Monday night, he was fresh and eag er for the rest of his campaigning. Breakfast found the downeaster aglow with' enthusiasm. For like Senator Beveridge he is a fighter. Calls It Courage. "Do you know I think It was a splen did piece of courage for the people of Indiana Xo be first in putting citi zenship above partisanship, as Sena tor Beveridge puts it," he began. "I believe Senator Beveridge knew the spirit of Indiana people well before he uttered that, and I don't mind tell ing you that is chiefly what brought me out here. I like the idea. I came out with some notions along that line in a non-partisan speech in Peoria, 111., and when I met Senator Beveridge he told me he had used that non-partisan speech as campaign literature. He asked me to come into the state and speak in his behalf and I thought the least I could do was to back my original speech. , . "I admire the record of Senator Beveridge from first to last, else I could not have been persuaded to come this far just to make three speeches. I think the republican par ty, just as it has always been the par ty of progress in the past, is again forging ahead and framing the poli cies of the future along advanced lines. DUES ARE REFUSED Richmond will not be a member of the League of American Municipali ties, the council having again declined to pay the dues'of $20 to keep the city in good standing. The council does not believe the expenditure of this sum is justified in the light of the small returns received. Only One SROMO QUININE that ia LtaSSve JJrorao QcSsiae Cures a CoM In One Day, Gripta 2 Days DO YOU WIER AT IT? Do you wonder why we again must re-order a supply of Heating Stoves? It is easy to explain Our prices and term eare the causes for such heavy placing off orders. v Many are paying for their stoves to be delivered when the house cleaning is done. This Is -the way to pay for the stove easiest and not miss it. - You Can Find All Kinds at Our Placo and we make it easy to own your heater. Come and see them and see why it is wrong to put off getting your stove. Cash or Payments 925,927, 929 Main. Richmond's Leading Home Furnishers Most Severe Grippe and Cold Misery Relieved in a Few Hours. You will distinctly feel your cold breaking and all the Grippe symptoms leaving after taking the very fist dose. : , . It is a positive fact that pane's Cold Compound, taken every two hqurs, un til three consecutive doses are taken, will end the Grippe and break up the most severe cold, either in the bead, chest, back stomach or limbs. vIt promptly relieves the most mis erable neuralgia pains, headache, dull ness, head and nose stuffed up, f ever- WANTS SCHOLARSHIP Harmon Maier of Earlham Will Compete for Oxford Uni versity Honor. EXAMINATION THIS MONTH Desiring to attend Oxford college, Harmon Maier of Earlham college will take the soecial examination for a scholarship to that institution, provid ed by the late Ctecil Rhodes, the dia mond ktng of South Africa. The ex amination for students attending In diana universities and colleges will be held at the office of the state depart ment of instruction on October 25 and 26. George Hamilton, until this year a member of the faculty of the Rich mond high school, is 'a graduate of Ox ford, he being .one of the first Indiana students to receive such an award. Mater's standing at ' Earlham is ex ceptionally good. He has specialized in Latin and German and the faculty of the school as well as the school body believe he will do very well in his examination. HEALTH IS GOOD "The health of the city Is remark ably good at this time," remarked Dr. T. Henry Davis; city health officer, to the Palladium Tuesday. "There-is only one case of diphtheria at the pres ent time, that at the Evans home on East Main street" Dr. Davis also said there had been comparatively few cases of typhoid fever, averaging not to exceed two to the month. Vermilion. ( There are trade secrets in the Chinese vermilion industry centuries old which no foreigner has ever solved. We have the 20th Century from $22.50 up to $30. THIS IS THE STOVE THAT BURNS SLACK COAL WITHOUT S00T OR EXPLOSION. The slot ted fire-pot makes this possible. ' THE H00SIER at FACTORY PRICES, wo have from $16.50 up io $25.00. THE "STAR GEM," CHEAPEST IN THE MARKET range in price from $4.65 to $13.50. 925, 927, 929 Main Ishness, sneezing, sore throat, running of the nose, mucous catarrhal discharg es, soreness, stiffnesss and rheumatic twinges. . . Pape's Cold Compound is the result of three years' research at a cost of more than fifty thousand dollars and contains no quinine, which we have conclusively demonstrated is not ef fective in the treatment of colda or grippe. . Take this harmless compound as di rected, with the knowledge that there is no other medicine, made anywhere else in the world, which will cure your cold or end grippe misery as promptly and without any other assistance or bad after-effects as a 25-cent package of Pape's Cold Compound, which any druggist In the world can supply. PLEAD NOT GUILTY (American News Servlc.) London, Oct. 18. Dr. Crippen form ally pleaded "not guilty, my lord" In the old Bailey court today. " A jury was quickly chosen, the prosecutor made a strong opening and "the testi mony of witnesses proceeded Women spectators were disappolmed because Miss Leneve will be tried separately. DATE IS CANCELED As Senator A. J. Beveridge will at tend the funeral of his late colleague in the senate. Senator Dolllver of Iowa, the state republican committee has canceled Beveridge's campaign engagement for Cambridge City on Saturday evening, October "29. It Is not known whether, the state com mittee will send some other speaker in Beveridge's place or not. His visit to Iowa will require three days and the state committee felt that, as he had been in this county and discuss ed the campaign issues, the Cam bridge City meeting could Well be sac rificed. " ' - Wanted 25 men. Apply at Elliott & Reid Fence Factory, West Richmond, tomorrow morning. 18" Special Prices In GoGcrto DUNHAM'S: Furniture Store 627-629 Main Lewis Under ivecr We specialise In Lewis Under wear, which has been a leader In all markets for ; 25 years.' Every piece la built on sclentlfc lines.- x " Buttons, trimmings and thread " are of the very best qualities. We carry yight, medium and heavy weights. If we can't suit you from the stock, we have 26 aamples of fall and winter weights for you to select' fromJ DO YOU HAVE TROUBLE IN GETTING A UNION SUIT TO FIT? We will make your un derwear to measure and guar antee a fit for only 25 cents above regular price. Lewis prices: $1.50 and up. Other excellent lines at 11.00. Warm weather won't prevail much longer. Better have your underwear ready for the cold wave that Is coming. HAUGHTON "IN THE WESTCOTT." Headquarters for Reid Hospital Auto. . . IF It's made of Good Leather, we have it Ladies' Hand Bags. Purses, Valises. Suit Cases, Card Cases, Travelers Cases. Etc. TRUNKS The better kinds at lower prices MILLEn'C HAL1NEGG GTORE 827 Main St. The Store of Quality Leather .. Goods.. , -