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THE RICHMOND PALI-ADITM AND STTX-TELEG RAM, TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 29, 1910.- 11 RULING AGAINST BREWERS IS MADE Liquor Cannot Be Sold in Dry Territory by Taking Orders by Agents. Catarrh Cannot Be Cured J wttk LOCAL APPLICATION. M thry cannot nrfe U Mt ol Um CMtkm. Catarrh M a btoue or nciic tuUnoal diarajr. aiid to order ta cut It you mart Ukt Internal rrotMlir Hail a Catarrh ( ur is Ukra to- , tonally. h4 sow elractly upon Um Mea4 mm anwnos aurfeere, Hull Catarrh Cure la Dot a quark wnnlt- - ctaa. it u prracniwa oy one of im Drat pnrawiana fei ttota country lor year and la a regular prramptloe. It la cnmpnar4 ol UM bt tonlra known, eocnbmra) with tlM brat Wood purl fWn. anlnc dlrvrtly on the ueouja aurfawe. The prft tmnhlnaltoa ot I ha two inrNimli H what prodtirva aura wnnVrMI ra- fulla at curl n ratarrn. and lor tomimonlala, Im. r. j. rHiiti CO., Props., lotedo. o. SnM tniwta. pii . laaa UaU laaUly Wis lor esoMlpaUOO. (Palladium Special) Indianapolis, Nov. 20. Judge Jor dan, of the Indiana Supremo court to day decided the cane appealed from the De Kalb circuit court that the elling of liquor cannot be legally made In dry territory by taking a cus tomer'a order for liquor to be deliver ed through an agent. The Supreme conrt affirmed the decision of the De Kalb court, which found George Chon del. agent of Dlehl Brewing Co., of Defiance, O., guilty of retailing liquor la dry territory and In selling without a license. As the agent for the com pany, Cbondel brought Into dry terri tory the town of Garrett, a car con taining beer. The evidence was that Chondel kept liquor In a Ice house and doled it out in retail quantities, to his customers. This was held retailing. TRIED TO ROB HIM WHILE IN A HOTEL ' i While deeping In a north end hotel, an attempt to rob John Patterson, a stranger, was made by an unknown man, for whom the police are looking. Patterson, it is said, had been drink ing. After he had been sleeping In his room for some time he suddenly wak ened to find a man with a band in his trousers' pocket. Patterson yelled at the thief and told him to get out of his room. Pat terson kicked at his assailant and the latter fled. The police have been un able to find any trace of the alleged robber, but they believe the story of Patterson. COURT INFORMED ONTO FIGHT Which Was Pulled Off Last Night at Baseball Park at Jeffersonville. IS HE REAL IRISH Judge Thought McNally Was an Italian. t (American News 8rvlc) Jeffersonville, Ind., Nov. 29. Infor mation was filed in the court today by Prosecutor Kopp against the six men who engaged In a boxing contest at jttaa Clayiburg baseball grounds last (sight, violating the law with reference ito prise fights. Complaints also were Elled against Harry Rodgers, manager C the Tii City Club, who acted as referee, and Eugene Davidson, who act- 'd as a second. Jerry Dalton, Indian apolis, principal la the feature bout, is among those against whom charges were filed. Attorneys for the club will jflght the charges. HOODED AT STATION A Lyceum Agent Loses His .Suit Case, During the morning session of the case of the State against Salvatore De Gianni, Edward McNally. first sergeant of the police was called by one ot the State's attorneys to take a seat near the presecutlng witness, Gaetano Clane. . Owing to the poor light. Judge Fox was unable to dis tinguish who he was, although he could see that he was dressed In the belghth of fashion. Calling John Markley. the court bailiff to him, the Judge asked "Who s that fine looking Italian who just took a seat at the State's table?" When the Judge bad opportunity to tell the Joke, considering It an excel lent one on himself, McNally, who Is proud of the fact that he Is a native of the Shamrock Isle, was simply Stunned. 'Jt. B. Alford, a Lyceum bureau agent bc Chicago, walked Into the Pennsyl vania station this morning and drop plug his suit case on the floor asked rer a ticket to Anderson. When he tamed around t6 get his grip it was gone.. Alford rushed to the baggage room door, just In time to see the banger disappear through it On going Into the station no trace of him conld bo foand. It is believed he boarded the Dayton train which pull ed oat of the Station at that moment ; The goods contained la the suit case while sot of groat value, are worth at least flW dollars to the agent There were several thousand Chau tauqua circulars which were to be distributed before he returned to Chi cago. He bad a week's supply ot ma terial In the auit caao besides bis clothes. The railroad authorities telegraphed to ; Dayton but bo one was seen on the train who answered the descrip tion given of the alleged thiol. The police have notified. ST. JOHN KNIGHTS TO HOLD MEETING 1 Wednesday night the local chapter of Knights of fit. John will meet In the St Andrew's school ball, to con sider some Important business. 'The meeting was postponed until Wednes day. from the regular meeting night Sunday, as a number of members were oat of the city, , ARE TO SPEAK AT TWAIN'S MEMORIAL ' (American News Service) - New York, Nov. 29. Speaker Can BOB, Champ Clark, Joseph H. Choate, Henry Watterson and William Dean Howelie are among the distinguished men who have consented to apeak at the memorial ceremony In honor of Mark Twain In Carnegie hall tomor row Bight JOSEPH DE GIANNI PLACED IN CUSTODY Joseph Do Gianni, a brother of SaV vatoro De Gianni, an Italian who is be ing tried In the circuit court on charge of assault and battery with Intent to commit murder, waa arrested on Tuesday noon on a similar charge. He Is alleged to have struck Gaetano on the head with a beer bottle. Evidence by policemen on the Rich mond force waa Introduced in the trial at the afternoon session. ' Officer Heb- ble stated that when he arrested Sal vatore De Gianni he found the rasor with which he had slashed Clane. Al so In examining his hair, he found . many small bits ot slivered glass. The defense is proceeding on the line that Gianni cut Clane in self defense. HE LEAVES SALOON FOR FARMER'S LIFE James R. Wharton, and 'wife of Cambridge City have purchased 139 acres ot land In Jackson township from Dickson Q. Brown of New York City. The consideration waa $13,100, From the saloon business to the farm Is the ease with Wharton. He was one of ths leadias Saloon keepers la Cam bridge City for years, but the town A HEW MINERS WAR Lewis and Illinois Officials "Mix' Springfield, ill., Nov. 29. Officials of the Illinois United Mine Workers have Issued a statement to day accus ing President Lewis of misconstruct lng a contract between the miners and operators. The miners were told to pay no attention to Lewis' construction. LEWIS STRIKES BACK. IndlanaiKIi8. Nov. 2ft. President Lewis says the Illinois officials have signed away the richt of miners to strike and have agreed that disputes shall be settled by an umpire, already selected.- repudiating the interstate Joint movement LEAGUE SEASOII IS TO OPEITTOIIIGHT Four Teams of the Y. M. C. A. Basketball League Will ' Try Conclusions. The fastest bunch ot basket ball players ever collected into a league in Richmond is Included in the lineups of the six Y. M. C. A. league teams. Many former and present high school stars are signed from Ed Wilson ot the 1905-06 red and white five to Capt. Hasemeler of the 1910-11 team. The league will open Saturday night when the Blue Boars tie up with the Tigers and the Swans play the Ele phants. The greatest rivalry possible exists between the Elephants and the Blue Boars. The Elephant team is almost the same as the. old T. P. A. live, whose iflle of county champions was wrested from it by the 1908 high school team, which lined up exactly as the Blue Boars will In their first game. The names and lineups of the var ious teams are as follows: Elephants Compton, captain; My ers. Cain, Gilchrist, Corwln. Menden hall, Wilson, Martin and Brown. Cubs Hasemeler, captain; P. Hiatt. O. Hiatt, R. Jones, Caster, Reagan. Pettljohn, Fitzgibbons and Tomlinson. Tigers-Norman, captain; Anderson, McClellan, Rowe, Gifford, Lanning, Stoy, Stauber and Flook. Colts Porter, captain; Stelnkamp, Thomas, Barnes. Miller, Genn, Roach, Kelsey and Conley. Blue Boars Thornburgh, captain; Harrington. Marlatt. Ferllng. Haas, Crowe, Plummer, Klute and Harris. Swans Wann, captain; Weegh man, Mayers, Taggart, Ackerman, Kemper, Schepman, Snaveley and Haisley. LOCAL ART EXHIBIT Will Open to the Public on Wednesday Night. The work ot hanging the "Richmond Exhibit" In the public art gallery is progressing rapidly and everything will be In place for the opening on Wednesday, November 30, at 7: SO p. m. This will be a private view for members ot the art association and exhibitors. Non-members can obtain membership cards at the door for 50 ' cents and will be welcome. f The special feature of the evening will be the priies, but there will be on display a surprising amount of good work by local people. The high school orchestra will furnish music. After Wednesday night the exhibit will be open to the public, week days f 9 to 12 a. m, 2 to 5 p. m., Wednesdays and Saturdays 7:30 to 10 p. m. Sun days 2 to 5 p. m. Ayers Cherry Pectoral Doctors Our trials are often creations ot our own devising. A man with fixed habits Is destined to be a failure in life. Health and Beauty Hints By Mrs. Mac Marty n BREAKS IIP A BAD GOLD III A FEW HOURS AIID CONTAINS 110 pillliL It is Needless to be Miserable Because of Colds or Grippe. FIVE HUNDRED DIE IN RUSSIAN STORM (American News Se vlee Odessa, Russia. Nov. 29. Five hun dred lives were lost in a hurricane in the Caspian sea today. Many vessels foundered and villages were wrecked. APPEALS HIS CASE l IS. H.: I don't aulte understand what you mean when you pay you "do not want to resort to artlflc-lal means to preserve your hair." Surely you can have no reasonable objection to using a Kood quinine hair tonlo to stop your hair from coming- out. I will civs you a rt-cipe for a remedy that works In a perfectly natural way, for It clears the scalp pores, strengthens and grlves new life to the hair roots because the way U clear for healthy arrowth. Get from your druggist one ounce of nuln io!n. dissolve It In one-half pint of al cohol, then add one-half pint of water. l;ub this tonic Into the scalp two or three times a week, and It will prevent forminar of scale and dandruff and atop your hair from falling- out. It Is Just fine for excessively oily hair. It re freshes and invigorates the scalp, livens tip dull and brittle hair, restores natural color, and encourages long, thick, abundant and glossy growth. A. 8.: You have my sympathy. I can imagine how embarrassed you feel when you think people are looking: at your "mustache." Why don't you try delatone to remove those wild hairs? I have never known tt to fail. Just mix a little of the powder with a tittle water, so as to make a paste. Apply to the surface from which you wish to remove the hairs, let remain two or three minutes, then wipe oft the paste and wash the skin thoroughly with warm water. Pelatone H rather ex j pensive, and your druerlst will ehargre I a dollar for one ounce, but It is much cheaper than electrosysis. Repeat the application of delatone If the hairs ! should return. Theey will be thinner jand lighter each time until they finally I go for good Mix the paste fresh for each application. It is a positive fact that a dose ot Pape's Cold Compound taken every two hours until three consecutive doses are taken will cure Grippe or break up the most severe cold, either in the head, chest, back, stomach or limbs. You distinctly feel the cold break ing and all the disagreeable- grippe symptoms leaving after the very first dose. It promptly ends the most mis erable neuralgia pains, headache, dull ness, head and nose stuffed up, fever ishness, sneezing, sore throat, run- nlng of the nose, mocus catarrhal dis charges, soreness, stiffness and rheu matic twinges. Pape's Cold Compound is the result of three years' research at a cost ot more than fifty thousand dollars and contains no quinine, which we have conclusively demonstrated is not ef fective in the treatment of colds or grippe. Take this harmless Compound as directed, with the knowledge that there is no other medicine made any where 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 ot Pape's Cold Com pound, which any druggist In the world can supply. P. C: In your quest for beauty you could use all the complexion powders, creams and lotions on the market, but you will never have a smoth and beau tiful conxploxton as long as you are troubled with Indigestion, por appetite and a sluggish liver. What you really need is a good, oleansinp, system tonic to purify your blood, give vou an appe tite and clear up your skin of those pimples, sores and liver blotches. Take before ech meal a. tablespoon ul of a tonic made by dtssolv inar one-half cup of sudrar and one ounce ksrdene in one-half pint alcohol, then addinsr enough hot water to make a ouart. This Is an Inexpensive tonic that has done wonders for many of my friends In restoring them to good health and good looks. A. E.: Yes. eye-glasses give any girl the appearance of beine; older than she really Is. Do not wear them until yoit must. Oet an ounce of crystos froni your druggist.- take it home and dis solve it in a pint of water and you will have an eye tonic that will relieve red ness, soreness and Inflamation. Drop one or two drops In each eve whenever votir eyes feel tired, weak or sore. This tonic strengthens weak slrhf and makes the eyes clear and bright. Mrs. J Verv few of the so-called "eger-shampoos" contain eggs In an?1 appreciable quantitv. A shampoo with eggs Is a rather difficult and "mussy undertaking. Why don't you use plain 'canthrox? Then your shampoo will be a pleasure instead of a torment, your head will be absolutely clean, and your hair will be beautifully soft and pliant. Just dissolve a teaspoon ful of canthrox In a cun of hot water, nour a little on the head at a time, rub as you would j with any other shampoo; then rinse. vour scalp and hair In the clean warm : water. Canthrox makes plenty of rich, i creamy lather, cleanses thoroughly, re i moves dandruff and relieves Itching. It will not fade the hair, make it dry or brittle, or cause It to streak, like some: soana do. After a canthrox shampoo, vour hair dries oulcklv. and It Is fluffy and bright so that you can dress It quickly and neatly. Russell Chamness of Henry county, who sued the estate of the late Sarah Chamness on a claim and who re ceived nothing has appealed the decis ion of the Wayne county jury to the Indiana appellate court. The case was tried here about four weeks ago, having been brought to this county on a change of venue. The jury found for the defendant and further more ordered the plaintiff to pay the defendant al! court costs. 0 TO C First r.!ortg22es Gc!d Bonds Restricted to Varna on Improved Chicago Real EataM. enaaraila. dapwHtebioaiMl eeairebte. ftSfUAMINMKULPt Msrtiage Bank Tlf t f Tour complexion will be come clear, pure and refined the ad miration of all who si you, or know vou or.lv when yon srive it the atten tion It deserve J'assaging with al mo3oln cream-Jfllr is tViD best black head remover and open pore cure I know, so sret from your drurgist one ounce of almozoin. dissolve it in a half- ?lnt of cold water, add two teaspon uls of glycerine, stir well and let stand over night. Use this dally for massag ing and as ft ?-ce cream. The simpli city of this s.-'f treatment and the speed with which it clears the com plexion of Markhnil3. roughness, red ness, etc.. arc almost bevond belief. Almozoin tnakei the flesh firm and fair and the skin soft and satin;-. O.: Yes. I know what the sun and wind have been doing to your complex- i ion. Vse this beauty lotion and you . i won't be so discouraged: Dissolve four; bounces of spurmax In a half-pint of ' hot water, add two teaspoonfuls of glycerine and let cool. Apply to the face, neck and forearms with the palm , of the hand, rubbing gently until dry.: I Spurmax refreshes, cools and whitena , the skin.- It removes rrecKies, tan. arv- , ness, sallowness, chapping and crack-, lng of the skin due to heat, wind or weather. Use It daily instead of face powder. Use it freely; It won t rub Off or show like powder, . Mrs. K. C: You should begin taking a good. safe, flesh-reducing remedy at once, as the tendency is for one to take on extra flesh during the winter month. Bv dissolving four ounces of parnotls in 1 pints hot water and tak ing a tablespoon ful before each meal, you will remove your excess flesh rapldlv without any Ul effects and have a more shapely figure. This remedy Is harmless and has proven a wonderful source of relief to many, many ladles who were troubled with over-fatness. At Last! A Hone Ccspany Operated by Dczi Pee;h Leave Your Money in Richmond and Secure Your Small Loans from Richmond People WAYNE LOM CO. Loans in Amounts from $10 Upwards OFFICE 913 MAIN. GIVE US A CALL. PHOr4E 1114 SHIDELm'S REAL ESTATE OFFICE (Old Woodburst-Hadley Office, Flrat Floor) H. C. CHESSMAN, Manager. Cooldes and Jumbles I Hot and Delicious are better and more digestible when you use U "Pan urmlfcDrpcdl J IV V. THE WHOLE SOME It thoroughly leavens" arid adds healthfulness to these delightful little cakes. The most delicate flavors are not injured. It does not give a bitter taste. Get some to-day and prepare A Treat" fior Coataba No Atan Tine CMltfFen EATS UHAT HIE IKIES AFTER TAKING FREE GADPLE It Will IS PAliVmA MAW Jlt-.AM..Aam learn of a remedy that, in the opinion Of thousands, la an ahanltiU pm tnr d Urea t! on and all forms of stomach trou- ho, ana, ooiier kih, it is guaranteed to do so. The remedy Is Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepain. . L.an kBOW th of pure pepsin In Indirection, and add to this soma ex ceptional laxative Ingredients and you have a truly wonderful remadv. Mr. T r. Worthv nf Fanirtha rim - .v. . . - - - . w uiy point where he could not even eat or dl est vegetables and after many years of vnsire Syrup Pepsin. Mr. Rudy Kasner of notui. waa in me aame bad pre- aleament with til. atnmaK .k e.. Pepsin and Is now cured. Hundreds of ethers would gladly testify. is guaranteed cure for indiceetlon. constipation, biliousness, headaches, gas on the stomach and similar complaints. A bottle can be had at any drug store for fifty cents or a dollar, but If you wish to make a test of It first send your ad dress to Dr. Caldwell and be will supply a free sample bottle, sent direct to your address.- You will soon admit that you have found something to replace aalts. cathartlee. breath perfumes and other temporary reliefs. Syrup Papain wiU cur you permanently. Dr. Caldwell does not feel that the parchase of his remedy ends his obli gation. He has specialised la stomach, liver and bowel diseases for over forty years and will be pleased to a-tve the reader any advice on the subject free of charge. All are welcome to write him. whether for the medical advice or the free eampl addreas him Dr. W. B. Caldwell, ta Caldwell buUdins. KoatleeUo. 111. ; On "EtOMO QU3Cre.w that la 1 fHva lFlAfaA faaTti, laCoMaaODeDay, a JfM If IS a THE H-fl O O S I E IF5. gTOSSE. 7arii Feslwal !Mb mi Mi Tie CdDFl SldDWo EMTRY DATE ECTTO ED TO B 1EC10 Because of the very busy days many of our farmer friends have asked us to prolong this big event We have concluded to do this and instead of all entries being closed Nov. 30th, as previously announced the date is now DEC 10TH. , BRING YOUR BEST PRODUCTS TO OUR STORE AS SOON AS POSSIBLE AND SHARE IN THE DISTRIBUTION OF 075.00 IN PREMIUMS Read Carefully the liberal Premium List FOR THE BEST 12 EARS OF CORN Choice of any $15.00 Men's Suit in our store. FOR THE 2ND BEST 12 EARS OF CORN Choice of anv $3.50 pair of Pants in our store. FOR THE BEST PECK OF POTATOES Choice of any $15.00 Overcoat in our store. FOR THE 2ND BEST PECK OF POTATOES Choice of any pair of $5.00 All Wool Blankets in in our store. FOR THE BEST PECK OF SWEET POTATOES Choice of any $12.00 Suit or Overcoat in our store. , : FOR THE 2ND BEST PECK OF SWEET POTA TOES Choice of any $7.50 Suit or Overcoat in our store. FOR THE BEST PECK OF POP CORN Choice of any Boys' $10.00 Suit or Overcoat. FOR THE 2ND BEST PECK OF POP CORN Choice of any Ladies' Set of Furs. The SPECIAL SALE PRICES all over the store will also be in effect until Dec ICth. A most unusual opportunity to save money on seasonable merchandise. CORJSIXTtt ctitaf 7? KL " I m "9?r WKLm tfCIII I'll WIS swa i w V w w a BVW W W .ft I Ka aaar & MAW STB. Suits to Dry Clean at Gl.CO per Soil; regular price 01.50. Overcoats Dry Cleaned, 01.00; regu lar price, qi.50, 51.75. THUtS WEEKANO TTIHI1I& Vllili IFF (gimDii MnMe Ctemlinigi 1030 MAIN ST. ship blanket remonstrance put him c-it of business.