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PAGE THREE. cclo::el di;i seespresidh1t Cel.- ct Whits Hcusa end Out lines ths Situation Ex isting in Indiana. IS HOPEFUL OF VICTORY AY THAT SIVIRIDGE . HAS BUN MAKING. A STIRRING, FRANK AND NON-PARTISAN CAMPAIGN OVER STATE. CPaUadlum Spec 11) Washington, Oct. 28. Ex-Ooveroor Durbin of Indiana called at ths Whit House todar and bad an hour's talk with President Taft la regard to In diana politics. Tbo ex-governor does not share ths gloomy outlook of some of tbo "regular" republican element la Indiana as to tbo outlook. He told some newspaper men at tbo White House today that tbo people were pre dicting Beveridf e's defeat might wake up tbo morning after tbo election to And thsy asd been sadly off In their diagnosis. This is tbo most remark able campaign In the history of In diana,' said Colonel Durbin. "Voters masses of the people are aroused. Tbo situation Is said to bo not good, but gloomy, and yet I am prepared for anything. No man can predict Beverldge has been making a stir ring appeal to tbo masses of the peo ple regardless of party. .Tbo effect of It remains to bo seen." It Is under stood Durbin told President Taft sub stantially tbo same thing. CoL Dun bin left this afternoon for Indiana. Ho lunched with I P. Mitchell of New CaatlSk deputy controller. He is scheduled to campaign In Indiana with Olfford Plnchot and . Senator Cummins. . A (ML MARRIAGE ttarloa, IndV Oct 18. Benjamin F. Glsssnsr, a wealthy farmer of this county, and lira. Emma Stanley, of this city, were married In tbo street They had planned to drive to the homo of tbo Rot. C. I Shugart, a friend minister, southwest of the dty, to bo married, but on their war mot the Rot. Mr. Ehugart driving to town. Ho married them while they were seated In their buggy and they continued to tho homo of the bride- la Franklin township. DEDICATES A ' HOME New York. Oct 88. The magnifi cent new, buildings of the Union Theo logical Seminary, covering the blocks between 130th and 182nd streets and Broadway and ' Claremont avenue, were thronged with visitors todsy, the occasion being tho opening of a two days' program of dedication exercises. Many noted clergymen and representa tives of tbo leading educational Insti tutions of the country were In sttend an co. Tho new buildings are of grsy, modeled on tho abbey style of Oxford and Cambridge universities, and were bulK at an outlay of $2,225,000. The buildings are constructed In the form of a quadrangle around a greet square court Tbo several structures adjoin each .other, and range from five . to seven stories. Coing Rbraatta -O-M F- Cures Many 25-Year Casta In Few Weeks. Qusrsnteed In Every Case. "BtM-F for rheumatism, gout, lam bsco or neuralgia Is different from anything else over prepared. It has tho remarkable peculiarity of "signal lag" ths progress of the cure to the patient by producing well-defined re & within a very short Urns, no mat tar ta what form or how, serious or ctroalo tho case may be. D-M-F" contains no opiates or dan gerous drags; is safe, for young and old and Is easily assimilated by the weakest stomach or system. Mr. C H. Parte,-Warsaw, N. Y ssys: "I had rtoumatlem for seven years. My less were crippled, the pain was fierce. It was agony to touch them even with a cloth. I began fMM" and In shout a month I was cured. It hv something remarkable.' "D-M-F to sold at aU drugstores at ttCD a bottle, f bottles for 15.00. Cure guaranteed la any ordinary case with every purchase of bottles, or money refunded. If your druggist cannot sup ply you. It will be cent together with guarantee, on receipt of price by the "D-M-F Medicine Co.. 8718 Unooto, Ave., Chicago, I1L ' "D-M-P to recommended and sold ta rtcliaoad by A. O. Lnkea Co. Mlb. Pavlova Reaches Hiatcst Feint in the Art of the Dacseusa ' . s. Ul Mile. Anna Pavlowa as "OlaeUe. . . . ..i..nrtiat mntntlm ef uniMmMt lovers. oaaema ui nm ".". wli i ls-aUloaae m mm eouniry eomlnf ef Anna Favlowa and MU-aU Mordkia, who nave iindw-takea to toach atdunod la Europe, particularly la Rsa la. Ono of tho frulta of thlo nw turn of fralrs la a rovlval of tho ballot "Olotllo." which baa boon oaoa bjr fat iadood of tbo At Local Theaters RUSSIAN DANCERS. Will Appear at Gannett Tonight The atrical Event of the Season. "Anticipating an Invasion of Russian dancers of all kinds on concert stage and in vaudeville following the tre mendous success of Mme. Anna Pav lowa and M. Michael Mordkin at the Metropolitan Opero house last spring the Utters managers have emphasis ed the artistic superiority of these distinguished artists over their com patriots by calling attenton to , the alump that marked Paris Russian sea son without them. Pavlowa and Mordkin did not par ticipate in tbo Paris Russian summer season because the .London manage ment with which they bad been play tng forfeited a large amount to retain them in the British metropolis where they held amusement lovers spell bound with enthusiasm. Tho Pavlowa-Mordkin management has made public the following on the subject ah excerpt from a letter written by O. P. Contaninl, general secretary of tho Metropolitan Opera company, to a New Tork friend: "I have been over to London in or der to see Pavlowa and Mordkin. They have achieved a success there that is beyond all belief a success so great that Mr. Butte, manager of the Palace theater has canceled Pavlowa's engagement at the Grand Opera at the aacrtflce of a large sum In order to keep her ss the star attraction of the London theater. The Russian sea son at the opera was no more than half, a success on, account of Pavlo wa's absence. As a matter of fact when It was known that Pavlowa would not dance at all In Paris num erous subscribers cancelled their sub scriptions and notwithstanding the beauty of the costumes and scenery, balleta like sylphldes snd others thst achieved great triumphs last year ow ing to -Pavlowa, were this year not more than a deml-success, as they call it here in Paris. "After seeing all the dancers thst are starred here I am absolutely con vinced that no other, dancer can be considered for one moment In the same classification aa Pavlowa." ) Mme. Pavlowa's appearance at the Oennett tonight will be the most bril lant social event of tho season. LaPorte Stock Company. Dainty Mae La Porte, who Is con sidered by many as the cleverest lit tle actress ever seen on the local atago will be the attraction at the Oennett for ono "week- starting Mon day, October SI, when ahe will present for the first time here the beautiful down esst play. "Just Plain Mary." in which she and each member of her company appear to advantage. Miss La Porte la one of the few popular price actresses that plays here each season and . usually plays to the ca pacty of the theater at each perform ance, and this season Manager Mc Enroe claims to have her surround ed by one of the best sctlng compan ies she has ever hsd and each of the plsys are new and many of them nev er before seen at popular prices. All special scenery Is carried by the com pany and each play will be given a complete scenic production. Between the acts there will also be given al number of high class vaudeville acts. Ladles will be admitted free Monday night under the usual conditions. e o---aaBBBBe, "The Texas Ranger." Mr. Jack Hackina' western romance "Tho Texas Ranger," will be the at traction at the Gennett, Saturday matinee and night. The play abounds In the quaint and interesting types that Mr. Haskins has been so success fully Introducing to the pubic through his plays and hooka. The piece deals with the -life of the westerner, and for tho first time In all the so-called western Interpretations. Mr. Hssklns has in "A Texas Ranger" correctly portrayed the man. woman and local ity in a true manner. The company to ono of much worth, introducing as a decided novelty a genuine Texas cow boyband which has caused a wonder ful amount of favorable comment. Aa always, it has been up to Mr. Haskins to' Introduce something new, and in this effort ho has aurpaased himself. The cowboy band -will be -seen In a free street concert at noon. f A -4. 6 4 . .4. -OUUi- wlU be riiMinbtrtd as the eremtloa of Tboophi Thoophllo Oautlor. UbrotUat. wbooa name will lona llvo aa a FroaeS romaatlo dooL and Adolabo Adam, who eompooed tho boauttful musical aotUna Ballot artlats doclaro It tbo moot taxing climax In ehorooraraphlo technical diffi culties. It to la two acta, and ooeuplos nrty-flro mtnutoa for proeoataUoa. IS A GLASS VILLAGE Twenty Acres Covered with Greenhouses and Roses Are Grown for Trade. STARTED WITH COLD FRAME New York, Oct, 28. The village of Cromwell is set upon the top of a Connecticut hllL As soon as the stranger gets within about ten miles of the place, he' begins to blink bis eyes curiously at an Immense white pstch in that section of the land scape. "What Is that?" says he. And thereupon somebody informs him that the great white patch la nothing more or less than the largest greenhouse in the world. Maybe It isn't, but it comes pretty near it any way. One thing is certain, it is the largest ono east of Chicago. Thirty-seven years it has been grow ing up to its present dimensions, says the Sunv - In . 1873, A. . T.., Plerson broke into horticulture. His equip ment waa a cold frame and a ehoveL Today he has 800.000 square feet of glass In his greenhouse and is build ing bigger ones sll the time. He has given his flowers a. .crystal palace which la bewildering in its immensity. 800,000 Square Feet. Almost twenty acres of genuine sweetness and light' are covered by these 800,000 square feet of glass. If all those crystal panes could be put Into a roof over Fifth avenue, that thoroughfare would be covered from building line to building line,, from Thirty-fourth street to Central- park, and then enough would be left over to put the Fifty-ninth street plaza under glass, too. , Just imagine Fifth avenue for that mine and a quarter a solid mass of roses, lilies .of tho valley, violets, car nations, orchids, chrysanthemums, hedged on either side with green walls of smllax and bordered for blocks with maidenhair ferns. That Is what it .would be it the Cromwell green houses could transplant their contents to New York's great avenue. Mr. Plerson Is conspicuous among the horticulturists in growing so large a variety of flowers snd plants. Most of the others specialize on one or two things. He says that he grows a lit tle of everything. WIVES III COURT ' Indianapolis, Oct. 28. -Mrs. Pearl Oran Dickey, of Terre Haute, and Mrs. Oran Pearl Dickey of Indianapolis met recently for the first time in criminal court, where the case against Dr.- Dickey, a - dentist, of this dty, charged with bigamy, waa set for triaL Only the evidence of Mrs. Dickey, of Terre Haute, who la Mrs. Dickey No. 2,. was heard and tho case was con tinued. It probably will be taken up , again Saturday. If the state la able to establish its case, Mrs. Dickey of Indianapolis, is Mrs. Dickey No. 3. Tho first marriage enterprise in which the dentist engaged resulted in a divonfe and Is not called into question. , ' srs. oTS , 7W Hbfc one bub feKe one Collax fbrAirtncuiux LefcsjTOtn-scaurwKisk; : mar : Seoobig jsint j r ARREST GLADSTONE Young Man in Jail in St. Louis, Sayf He Is Grandson of Famous Englishman. CHARGED WITH LARCENY St. Louis, Oct 28. Gilbert E. Glad stone, who -says he is a son of Vis count Herbert Gladstone, of Chester, England Is being held here at the re quest of the police of the - District of Columbia. It is charged there, ac cording to a telegram, that he obtain ed cameras and haa not paid for them. The young man says be is a grand son of the former premier of Eng land, William E. Gladstone. Glad stone Is nineteen years old. He ar rived -here a week ago with $70. Viscount Herbert Gladstone is the present governor-beneral of the Union of South Africa. Prior to his appoint ment to this Important xst he was minister of home affairs In the Eng land cabinet. PLA YS AND PLA YERS The Fortune Hunter" Is, to be pre sented in Australia; Mona Ryan, now in vaudeville. Is a niece of the post-priest, Father Ryan. Valerie Bergere has-a new act for the vaudeville stage, entitled "The Love Germ." Sarah . Bernhardt will ' Include "Madame X" in her repertoire during the coming American tour. ;.. . "When Julia Marlowe 'recently re turned from Europe she declared over $10,000 worth of costumes. . - Booth Tarkington Intends to give up dramatic work and devote himself ex clusively to the literary field. Mrs. Fiske has a new play called "The Shadow of the Glen," which Hol brook Blinn will appear as a tramp. As Marie Tempest had not a suf ficiently prominent role In "A Thief in the Night," she Is to star in a new play. ': William Faversham is to appear in Edward Knoblauch's play, "The Faun." He nmy also make a Shakes pearean production. r ' George M. Cohen intends to do straight comedy work, so the musical features have been eliminated from bis new piece, "The Little Chauffeur." Annie Russell is to begin her sea son under Charles Frohman's man agement In November. She will be seen in a comedy by the authors of "Love Watches." Alfred Sutro has written a play, which will shortly be produced in Lon don, and to which Charles Frohman has obtained the American rights. It is called "The Fire Screen." . Henr W. Savage has - engaged George Chadwick of Boston, writer of symphonic and lighter music, to com pose songs and other music for the allegorical drama. "Every Woman." : Pauline Perry, who sang the sole of Sonla in "The Merry Widow." has played the heroine in "The Climax," is to be featured in a one-act musical British Surgeon's Prescription Quick ly Cures Indigestion. ' Now Leo H. Fihe realizes that It you give people a remedy for ,25 cts. that surely will cure Indigestion, Neural gia of the Stomach or any minor, stom ach distress, there's going to be a big sale at once. . .... . ; --, English Marhue Is breaking all rec ords the country over, because It's bet ter than any other dyspepsia cure at half the price. If you suffer from gas eructations, sour stomach, heaviness, heartburn, or any stomach agony, get a box of Eng lish Marhue today. ' It gives relief in a few minutes. It cures nervousness, dizziness nausea, sick headache and constipation. Only 23 cts at Leo H. Fihe's. Mail orders filled by Rheuma Co., Buffalo, N. Y. Send for free trial package. Leo H. Fihe sells lots of Rhe'uma, guaranteed to cure Rheumatism. Only 50 cts. Mailed by Rheuma Co., Buf falo. N. Y. THE Stomach Misery ATLANTIC Olid PACIFIC TEA COMPANY We have net advanced the price ef our Coffee. Price and Quality the same. Also Extra Stamps with esch pound. Saturday Special October 29 NAVY BEANS , PEARL TAPIOCA 80 SUmps with 1 can A. 4fc P. .1S SUmps with 1 pound A. , P. 40 SUmps with 1 pound can Spice, 35 SUmps with 1 bottle Extract 10 SUmps with 3 pounds Laundry 20 SUmps with 1 pound Coffee 10 SUmps with 1 can Evaporated 25 SUmps with 1 pound Coffee 40 SUmps with 1 pound Tea 1215 Banish Catarrh Breathe Hyomel for Two Minutes, and Stuffed-Up Head will Vanish If you want to get relief from "ca tarrh, cold in the head or from an ir ritating cough in the shortest time, breathe HYOMEI (pronounce it High-o-me). It will clean out your head in two minutes and allow you to breathe free ly, awake or asleep. HYOMEI will cure a cold in one day. it . will relieve you of disgusting snuffles, hawking, spitting and offen sive breath in a week. . HYOMEI is made chiefly from eu calyptus, a soothing, healing," germ-: killing antiseptic, that comes from the eucalyptus forests of Inland Austra lia, where catarrh, asthma and con sumption were never known to exist. HYOMEI is pleasant and easy to breathe. Just pour a few drops into the hard rubber pocket inhaler, breathe it, and cure is almost certain. A complete Hyomei outfit, includ ing inhaler and one bottle of HYO MEI. costs only $1.00 at Leo H. Fine's and druggists everywhere. If you al ready own an inhaler, remember that you can get an extra bottle of HYOMEI for 50 cents. For free sam ple write Booth's Hyomel Co., Buffalo, N.-Y.4 . comedy called "The Silver Bottle." Henry Miller is to produce a play by Harry Sophus Sheldon, called "The Guest." It has a cast of three play ers only, but they are all star parts, and comprise a husband, wife and a guest. May Robinson closed her engage ment in London recently to keep en gagements In this country. Her fourth season in "The Rejuvenation o"f Aunt Mary" will open in Bridgeport- in a few days. , Miss Billie Burke will come forth about the holidays in "Suzanne," an adaption by . Haddon Chambers of a French play, , "The Marriage of Miss Bullman." It was originally produced two years ago-' in Brussels and has been running in Paris a year. Charles Cherry is to star this season In "A Gentleman of Leisure," a new play by John Stapleton. The plot is taken from "The Intrusion of Jim my," a story by P. G. Wodehouse, and concerns the adventures of a so ciety man who commits burglary on a bet, just to show how easy it is. IT IS BOLIVAR DAY (American News Service) Caracas, Oct. 28. The anniversary of the birth of Simon Bolivar, who led the revolt that resulted in the libera tion of Venezuela from Spanish rule, was observed throughout the republic today with the customary patriotic demonstrations and popular festivities'. It is Venezuela's only national holiday and is always enthusiastically cele brated. ' GEW.WETT Tonight Richmond's' Biggest Event PMLOTM ' AND ..,,.: 'The reservations are being sold; soms good seats, 75c to $3.00. GEH M ETT SATURDAY A TEXAS RANGER Saturday MaUaee 10-25 NlQbt IS, 25. 35. 50 GREAT . . Baking Powder ..... .....5c Lb. ....4c Lb. ........50c ........25c ........50c .....;.25e 5c , 30c ........10c , 35c 50c Blend 'Coffee Starch, each.... Milk .......... 727 C2s!a mmmn OLD NOTE II! BIBLE Good Book Not Read Often as Money Was Hidden in It for Ninety Years, VALUE IS NOW DOUBTFUL j Jeffersonville, Ind., Oct. 2S, A bank I note for five dollars, more than ninety years old, was discovered a few days j ago by Gray Morrison, but it is doubt '. . . . ... . . iui wnemer me note nas any value except to the collector. Recently Mrs. Ellen Bradley, of Newport, l?y "presented an old Bible to Morrison.' ' her grandson. Mrs. Bradley is past eighty and the book had belonged to her parents. While idly turning he leaves of the volume the bank note was discovered. The local banks said they did not think it could be cashed, as it was not national currency. The note is considerably different from those seen now, and Is not only dated, but made paable after a cer tain length of time and at a certain place. Most of the writing on it Is so faint as to be undlcipherable; but the president's name stands out clear ly as writing only a few years old. The note reads as follows, as far as it can be read at all: "No 861 - months after date (number is torn off) the President, Directors and Co. of the' Bank of Vin cennes, the State Bank of Indiana, promise to pay on demand at their Branch (this is written and is barely decipherable) Bank at .'.Five Dollars to the Bearer. Vlncennes, April 7, 1819. Nathl. Ewing, Presi- dent, , Cashier." The place where It Is payable and the cashier's came can not be read. The note was printed by Murray. Draper, Farmer & Co. The back is blank and the paper was apparently L white with black lettering, and it bears a picture, presumably . of Vln cennes, and Its bank, but resembling a small cross roads settlement. It appears to have been printed from a wooden block. Rheumatism Is A Constitutional Disease. It manifests itself In local aches and pains, Inflamed joints and stilt mus cles. but it cannot be cured by local applications. ' . It requires constitutional treatment, and the best Is a course of the great blood purifying and tonic medicine Hood's Saroaparilla which corrects the acid condition of ; the blood and builds up the system. Get it today. in usual liquid form or chocolated tablets called ,Saraatats Amateur Photographers, Start nft! Insist on the genuine Kodak Goods ths goods that have mads pho tography simple and easy. Kodak meana photography with ths bothsr lefr out. Kodak System is DAYLIGHT all the way. Get our Free Booklets thst explain all.- . W He ROSS DRUG CO., C04 Llcin St. Now have a stock of the New No. 2A Folding Brownlss. JORDAN, r.i'f.lANUS Ci HUNT FUNERAL DIRECTORS EMBALMER9 , Automobile Service for Calls Out of City. Private Chapel aad Amta lance. Telephone 2175. Parlors 1014 Main Street, High Grade Botterlne. 2Sc lb. H. G HADLEY phone 2t Ladies, Attention! .The Richmond. House Cleaning Co. will clean your CarpeU snd Rugs, on your floor, for the following prices by the Vacuum Cleaning Process: Carpets, all kinds .................. ...5c sq. yard; regular prtqs 7e 912 Rugs, all kinds 75c; regulsr prtCs 91.60 Mattresses . . . .- . . .35c and 50c; regular price SOc f 140 Couches ...........25c; regular pries 50c Stair Carpets 75c and $1.00; regular 'price $1.00 snd 1.25 All Work Guaranteed RICDMOHD nOUSE-CLElTilTvG CO. Call Phone 2444 THE PROPER A W BEST COAL For Coofi Slows IS RIATOEl'S A PFoeodoftvt - . She I suppose yon think no womaa ever ' lived who didn't repeat some thing another woman told herl He Oh. yea, I do. She Well. I'm glad of that who might the woman be? He Why. EveJ Exchange. FACE M HEAD AN AWFUL SIGHT Eruption Broke Out when 2 Weeks Old -Itched So He Could Not Sleep-Hair All Fell Out Cuticura Cured Him. i wun to you rp this SiaU as Cuttcura did so much tor my baby. At tii k of two tea bis head began to break out with crest sores sad by the time ha waa two months hbt fare and haa it were an awful sicM. I consulted a doctor, wbo aafci it waa notninr but a , light akin disease which the baby would soon get over. But ba see mad to get worse o 1 called aaotbar doctor. Hk opinion ssarasd to bo ta sasM. Ttay both pre scribed raadlelM that did sot do a ba of tosd. A. frteod advissd m to take him to ths boapwal. wtatebj I did. ' Two doctors thatw gave rMraadictMinauquU form. It dU hlrs no good. "Nearly every day I would read a testV nonial in regard to Catleura and my wtts thought she would try H to see If it would help the baby, I got a box of Cuticura Ofctt- merit and a cake of Cuttcura Soap sad after uxinc these he waa entirely cured. Beror Cuticura cured bint he could not stera to sleep, as his face and head would Itch so. What hair he had all fell out but soon be had a nice head of hair and hk face was per fectly clear. It la now nearly five years slaes he waa cured and there has been no shm at the eruption returning. Chas. H. Evens, St Flint St.. Somenrille. Mas Aprtt IS. 1S10. A atnete act of orMcnra Soap sad ettea aufflrleat ta cure, reeitersig a t aomleal trratraent for atteMhws ef SI' eat eat it aad Drat atalfi. MoW istouchost the world. Chera. Own.. Sole Prow- iwstoo. Maes. free, fc test Beak oa Care of Skat sad Seal. Dopondablo WATCH GO Complete line ef Elgin. HsmlK ton, Illinois and Dueber-Hsmp. ton Watches In gold and geld filled esses in all ths latest 4 signs. Also complete line . ef Jewelry and Novelties. WATCH REPAIRING. The New Jewelry ators fred ttr:::2DY 1 MAIS! CT. S rvialn EI. OWE FO OEATEKS STOVES