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THE RICHMOND PALLADIUM: AND SUN-TELEGRAM, TUESDAY, OCTOBER 18, 1910.
PAGE THREE. CEliSUS OFFICERS IIAVImG troubles Frauds In the Counts Taken of Western Cities Stirs the v. Government. .Ft THREE CLERKS ARE FINEP UNCLE SAM TO RAISE THE SAL ARY OP SECREARY OF STATE KNOX FROM M.000 TO $12,000 FER YEAR. SSSMSS.SBSN Washington. Oct. IS. It has, occur red somewhat pertinently to officials of the census that many of the census enumerators who are under a cloud will decamp before they can be Indict ed by grand Juries for making false census returns. ' ' It does not seem possible, however that any of those against whom prima facie cases have been made out will escape. It Is hinted that the only way to see that there be no going awry of the indictments, is to watch the sus pects until they can be formally ar rested. I Three enumerators Are been fined and Imprisoned for violation of 'the law In the case of the census of Great Falls, Mont. The statutory punish ment is a fine not to exceed fl.OOty or a fine and Jail sentence of two years, or both. f The census authorities have no dis cretion now since the orders of Pres ident Taft In which he urges prompt and comprehensive action. They will therefore send all the evidence they have In the cases so far made out, to grand Juries In the cities named. Director Durand ' says he cannot elaborate upon his statement made on Saturday. There Is a report, however, that the frauds are so widespread that the whole thing will be taken over by the attorney general, and that he will send special Instructions to the feder al district attorneys In the sections of the country affected. "Raise" for Secretary Knox. TJncle 8am Is going to Increase the wages of Philander C. Knox, his secre tary of state. The president declares that Mr. Knoz Is a most efficient pub lic servant and Is thoroughly In ac cord with the proposition to pay him more than ho Is now getting. Ever .since Mr. Knox became secretary of lat a IkA V st si Kaan wamrffigF mlinnF Affl 3,00 a year and not uttering a word of complaint because his fellow cabin et ' officers have been drawing down 111.000., Now his time Is coming to hit an advance in salary. ' He is also to get $11,000 a year. This is shown in the annual estimate for the state depart ment, which has Just been prepared, and which will be transmitted to con gress through the secretary of the treasury. ' To this extent Mr. . Knox will be rocmmendlng the increase. The eatery of the secretary of state was reduced: from $12,000 - to $8,000 Just before Mr. Knox secured te of fice and was done because of the con stltutlonal . provision which prohibits a member of congress from being ap pointed to an office the salary of which has been Increased during the term for which he was elected. Mr. Knox was elected senator from Pennsylvania for the term ending March 4. 1911. and It was during that time that the salaries of cabinet offic ers was Increased from $8,000 to $12. 000. That Mr. Knox was Ineligible for a cabinet position was overlooked by all the great constitutional lawyers including Mr. Taft himself until the fact waa pointed out by a Washington newspaper corespondent In a dispatch to hla paper. ' As Mr. Taft had fixed upon Mr. Knox as his premier, congress made haste to reduce the sajary of the sec retary of state to $8,000. Mr. Knox will have lost about $9,000 by reason of the reduction, but as his private fortune is large he has made no com plaint HE CURED HIS T!CI8 Ksw s Ctwoug Old CtpCala Oof ba Kit Foal Hla Remark , afcte Discovery Se Willi Ha SaaJNPrM te AS Wae Am WRb two feoae rapture, oae on each side, bed. rleeea tor year, perfectly helpUes. aa ol pto aeer septals ot J ftoreoo County made remark, able eieaever by which he actually cured htm. elf. got ea his feet and never after had te even wear a true. And bow he wuti every ruptured man. woataa and child to be cured be thl tuna discovery. He tend It for trial absolutely tree to all. No BMtter how or where or how long you have seea ruptured, red your aaaae and ed drew at oeee to Cat. Collins and be will end tbedlesoTerytreeby mall. Do not neglect te write at eaee. Fill out iht eoupoa. CZ7KZI C'ZZl CSSCCYQT CAFT. W. A. COUJNOS Boa frWatertowe.X.T. at by smII, trss, year Dtaovety lactate. for tea Oar of """"------ HI T t me B E E3 H E T T TO - WHODOT MIKAEL MORDKM -ST-" Priest's Advice Led to Their Recovery Thin, - week.- or frail people those who "take cold easily" and sufferers of Bronchitis and Asthma, should be prepared with Eckman a Alterative la the house. Remarkable cures ' of ' even Tubercu losis (Consumptive) persons are often accomplished. . Here .are two in stances: - . . j-- - .... Gentlemen: On June 1. 1907,I was operated upon for Tubercular Perito nitis at &t. Mary s Hospital, itocnester. N. . T. After the operation, my physi Hans nave me up. I was then urged by a priest to take Kckman's Altera tive, which I did. My weight at the time 'was "t lbs. 'I began to" improve and steadily gained in health and strength. I now weight 125 lbs., and am absolutelv cured." (Signed Affidavit) EDNA" FINZER. 90 Savannah St.. Rochester. N. Y. Gentlemen: "I was troubled with Asthma and Bronchitis 'for seventeen years. After trying; many remedies. Eckman's Alterative was recomemnded to me by our Parish Priest. I am now feeling fine. T cannot praise It enough." (Signed AfHdaviO Anna Mae McEntwe. I .aeon. 111. Eckman's Alterative cures? Bron chitis. Asthma. Hay Fever; Throat and Lung Affections. For sale by ' A. G. L.uken and Company, and other leading druggists. Ask for booklet - of cured cases and write to Eckman Laboratory, Philadelphia. Pa., for additional evi dence. . . - asm of the entire city of Richmond. The seat sale will "open Friday, Octo ber 21. With the Imperial Russian Ballet at the Gennett Friday, October 2Sth. FOR CHURCH UNITY ess" ws Episcopalian Committee Is Named. Including Rev. Cathell of This City. PART OF GREAT MOVEMENT Rev. Dr. J, Everlst Cathell of this city has been appointed by the gene ral convention now In session at Cin cinnati a member of the commission on Christian Unity, composed of bish ops, clergymen and 'laymen represent ing the whole denomination in this country. The commission Includes the following named persons: The Bishops of Massachusetts, Albany, Pennsylvania, Tennessee, Chicago, Michigan, Georgia, Louisiana, Virginia Connecticut, Montana and California. The clergy Is represented by Revs. R. H. McKlm, D. D., Washington, D. C; H. 1 Jones, D. D., Wllkesbarre. Pa.; V7 M. Grosvenor. D. D., New York; J. Everist Cathell. S. T. D.. Richmond, Ind.; T. P. Thurston. D. D., Minneap olis; F. F.' Davis, D. D.. Worcester, Maae.: H. G. Coddlncton. D. D.. Utica. N. Y.; H. Martyn Hart, Denver; J. H. Eccleston. D. D.. Baltimore; George Hodges. D. D., Cambridge; George S. Bennett, D. D., Newark; C E. Craik, D. D, Louisville. 4 the laymen are: Messrs. Francis Lynde, Stetson, N. v. Judge.. Stiness. . Providence; George William Pepper, Philadelphia; William Cooper Proctor, Cincinnati; Thomas Nelson Page. Washington, D. C.; Samuel Mather, Cleveland; H. P. Baldwin, Detroit; Judge C. - W. An drews, Syracuse; George Foster Pea body, Brooklyn; William H. Crocker, San Francisco; George C. Burgwin, Pittsburg; George E. Copeland, Mil waukee. This .commission Is appointed for three years and will affiliate with sim ilar commissions of other Christian people throughout this country, wlth the church ot England, with the orien tal churches, and with the official board appointed by the Edinburgh conference. Marbles. ' Marbles got their name from the fact that originally little bite of mar ble were rolled down the hills and rounded and pounded by other stones nntil they became toys for the chil dren to play with. It la said that the Dutch . exported them to England. Whether they did or not makes little difference to the boys and girls of to day. No matter woo Introduced the world to marbles as toys, they are With us and always will be. Some of you get them from other children, some of yon trade postage stamp for them, but soma persona originally bought them from the little store around the corner, whoa owner got them from the greatest toyshop , In the world Oertnany. .In the beginning marbles were called "bowls." and men and wo men played with them as well as chil dren Dundee Advertiser. A Tree Cut Down by Rifle Bullet. In the sanguinary annals of tbe American war there was no more sanguinary episode than the fight In 1884 ot "tbe Bloody Angle at Spottsyl tanla." "Every bush and every sap ling that constituted the thicket there." says Mr. G. C Eggleston in hla "His tory of the Confederate War." "was cut away by a stream of bullets aa grass Is before a mower's scythe. Even an oak tree nearly two feet thick was worn In two near its base by tbe con tinual and incessant stroke of leaden balls until it fell, crushing: some of the Confederates who were fighting bo th its branches." A Neet Compliment. ' That was a neat compliment paid by a French ambassador In London to a peeress who bad been talking to him for an hour. Tbe lady said. "You must think I am very fond of the sound of my own voice." Tbe Freachaaaa replied. "1 knew jroa Eked, music." - At Local Theaters Mile. Paviowa. Mile. Anna Paviowa and M. Michael Mordkin closed their London season as they did their New York engage ment of last spring. In triumph, as is attested by the following farewells of tbe London press: "The. enthusiasm of Pavlowa's au dience at the Palace last evening was tempered with regret, for it was the great dancer's last appearance prior to her return to Russia. Actually her season came to an end on Saturday, but she paid London the graceful com pliment of staying one more evening. London Globe. "The Incomparable Mile. Paviowa took leave of her London admirers or as many of them as could crowd Into the Palace theater last night, and naturally enough, her anal ap pearance was made the occasion of a special demonstration." London Daily Telegraph. o "Mile. Anna Paviowa. the famous Russian dancer will, tomorrow night, at the Palace bring to an end her first public engagement In London. The sixteen weeks she has been in London have been an unbroken -triumph." Daily Mail, London. "The Palace theater was packed from floor to ceiling last night when Anna Paviowa bade farewell to the London she has enchanted. She only gave two dances, but the second had to be repeated;, and afterwards came a long ovation with repeated .calls be fore the curtain; the handing up of huge trophies of flowers, and those roars of cheers which London theater goers only reserve for very special fa vorites." London Pall Mall Gazette. It is no wonder that the approach ing appearance of the famous dancers at the Gennett theater on Friday, Oc tober 28, is calling forth the enthasi- . v. ,- - Grahame Stock Co. The Grahame Stock company, pre sented "The Two Orphans- last even ing to an enthusiastic audience. To night they r will play "The Stepson." which is a comedy affording the en tire company much scope for their ex cellent work. In ' it Mr. Grahame pays a part which is peculiarly suited to him and one in which he is always received with outbursts of applause, while Miss Lillian Dean as the coun try girl married to a city millionaire makes the audience sympathize with her in the many little trials which she has to endure at the hands of her husband's friends. Al Leybourne as "The Stepson" Vins a laugh by his droll humor and keeps every one in a good humor all the evening. BOTH WERE STARTLED. An Astonished Woman and a Still More ; Astonished Leopard. Euia la a district In the Himalayas consisting of a chain of the moat love ly valleys conceivable, with thU draw back, among others, that each bill patb that runs by tbe inhabitants huts more often than not contains a lurking leopard." One day worthy' Kola bo use wife came out from her cooking and. standing on the edge of rock, emptied a pan of boiling water Into tbe rank herbage growing below. It fell splash on tbe back: of a sleeping leopard, who jumped perpendicularly into tbe air as high as tbe roof of the hut. What might have' happened next who can say? But the astonished woman dropped tbe pan with a clang on tbe rock, and tbe leopard took one leap downhill. The pan followed, and the leopard's downward leaps became longer and swifter as tbe pan bound ed after it from rock to rock. . Wbeo last seeo that leopard had just achiev ed a leap of about 350 feet to the very bottom of the ravine, tbooaaods of feet below, and the pan whirled about 800 feet over It on to tbe opposite side. Tbe leopard would have eaten tbe old woman with pleasure, but a pan. the contents of wbicb first scalded half tbe hide off blm and then bounded, clanging in his wake, from tbe top of tbe Himalayas to the plains below was something be could not face. . FUN IN THE HOME. Make Life There Joyous and Bar Out Business Worries. Whatever your lot in life, keep Joy with you. says Orisou Swett Marden in Success Majjaztue. It is a great heuler. Sorrow, worry. Jealousy, envy, bad temper, create frictiou and grind away the delicate human machinery so that tbe brain loses its cunning. Half tbe misery In the world would be avoided if the people would make a business of having plenty of fun at home Instead of running everywhere else in search of it. "Now. For Rest and Fun." "No Business Troubles Allowed Here." These are good home building- mottoes. When you have had a perplexing day, when things have gone wrong with you and you go home at night exhausted, discouraged, blue, instead of making your ' home miserable by going over your troubles and trials just bnry them. Instead of dragging them home and making yourself and your family unhappy with them and spoiling the whole eyenning, just lock everything 'that is disagreeable in your office. . Just resolve tliut your borne shall be a place for bright pictures and pleas ant memories, kindly feelings toward everybody and "a corking good time" generally. If you do this you will be surprised to see bow your vocation or business wrinkles will be ironed out in the morning and how the crooked things will be straightened. Money Boxes. Money boxes lo eucourage thrift among t lie pnnny wise are ancient and popular Institutions. A dictionary of 15S5 mentions "money boxes or potter's clay wherein boys put tbeir money to keepe." nd doubtless tbe thrifty child of ail uri-s bnd bis money box of some sort or another. Of late years tin has been tbe favorite material, but Ihe writer bns recollections of an elaborate earthenware thatched aottnge. Into which the money was dropped through a slit in tbe roof, wbicb only infinite patience rould bit again when it came to wriggling tbe money out. As a lock up investment tbat cottage was un equaled. Glasgow Herald. Watching the Head Hunters. In tbe Koupo one of the most in dustrious rKtiples are the Batetela. In gathering rubber they go Into tbe for ests inhabited by the Haukntu bead hunting cunnibals. While the men are In tbe forest the camp bt guarded by a man who surveys tbe surroundings from a scaffold and by a drummer. When the Baukutu are seen to ap proacb tbe drummer beats tbe alarm and all the men return to tbe camp to fight. Tbe weapons used are the spear, shield, bow and arrow. This sentinel earns in the neighborhood of 1100 of our, money a year, wbicb en ables him to buy a wife. Christian Herald. moderator, Rev.-Dv. C. H. Steffens of Dubuque. Other prominent clergymen who will, address the convention are Rev. G. L. Fritch of Dei Moines, Rev. G. L. Robinson of the McCormkk The- clcgical Seminary, Rev. W. H- Wilson of New York, and Rew R. C Hughes of Madison. Wia. Which, He Did. "I'll make somebody smart for this!" exclaimed the man who had. thought lessly kicked an Innocent looking bat that lay on the sidewalk. And he limped homeward and scold ed his wife for not having dinner ready. Exchange. 1LD, GSUTLE LAXATIVE Fon-uonEH era FREE p VALUK . So many of the fife of women are due to habitual constipation probably be cause of their false modesty on the sub ject, that their attention cannot be too strongly called to the Importance of keep ins the bowels open. It Is always Impor tant to do that, regardless of the sex. but It Is especially - Important in women. From the time the girt begins to men atruate until menstruation ceases she has always vastly better prospects of coming through healthy If she watches her bowel movements. If you find yourself consti pated, with bad breath, pimply complex ion, headaches, belching . gaa and other symptoms of indigestion and constipation, take a small dose of Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin. . It Is a .woman's favorite laxa tive. .,- Tou will find that you can do away with salts, strong cathartics, etc, which are entirely onsuited to woman's require ments. Mrs. Katherine Haberstroh of McKees Rocks, Pa., and Mrs. A. K. Herrick of Wheeler. Mich., who waa almost para lysed In her stomach and bowels, are now cured by the use of this cemedy. A free sample bottle can be obtained by addressing- Dr. Caldwell, and after you are con vinced of Its merits buy it of your drug gist at fifty cents and one dollar a bottle. Dr. Caldwell does not feel that the purchase of his remedy ends his obli gation. He has specialised in stomach, liver and bowel diseases for over forty years and will be pleased to give the reader any advice on the subject free or charge. AH are welcome to write him. Whether for the medical advice 2 i.he 'J- ample address him Dr. aConticello. 111. , IOWA CHURCH EVENT (American News Service) Iowa City, la., Oct. 18. A large at tendance and an attractive program combine .to give promise of an unus ually successful meeting of the Iowa Presbyterian synod here this week. Following prelimianry meetings the sessions of the synod proper will be opened with a sermon by the retiring c eSc o. re. re. CHANGE OF SCHEDULE SUNDAY, OCTOBER 16. 1910 On Sunday, October 16th, there will be a change of schedule of the C. & O. Passenger trains. All train .num bers will be changed and reversed. The even numbers go East, and Odd numbers West. Train Xo. 6 will leave Richmond for Cincinnati, and the south at 4:30 a. in. Train No. 4 at 4:40 p. m. West bound train No. 5 will leave Richmond for Muncie, Mar ion, Peru and Chicago at 10:53 A. M., No. 7 at 7:00 P. M. and No. 3 at 11:47 P. M. All Passenger trains to arrive and depart from the Fourth Street Station. Cincinnati, after this date, in stead of 8th and McLean Ave. Dry Your Clothe on a Wet Washday Witt! a New Perfection Oil Healer When clothes can't be hung outside, and must be dried in a room or cellar, the New Perfection Oil Heater quickly does the work, of sun and air. 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