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THE RICHMOND PALLADIUM AXD SUX-TELEGKA3I. TUESDAY, NO VE3IRER 29, 1910.
PAGE THREE. THIS COMITY TO BE REPRESENTED At the Good Roads Meeting Which Will Be Held in Indianapolis Soon. PLAN STATE CAMPAIGN -. To Draft Resolutions to Be Presented to Legislature Asking Reforms. Local good road advocates are pre paring to attend tho Good Roads con Kibv.it to b held in tho German liouua at IndlanapoIlH, December 6 to 9. un der the direction of the IJoard of Di rector of the American Itoad Build era anKtx-.latlon. There will be a num- hr vt dele?oteii from Wayne county. I -.. .. ... ,.- -r') l-'Udr3. engine-J era and good rond advocates is to . tt .uwrt-a cf ludlanapoli for gr.cd load:, and resolutions will prob ably bo drafted for presentation to the general assembly of tho State regard ing road legislation. The proposed revolutions are as follows: "To the Governor and General As sembly of t!e State of Indiana: ."Geutlemen: 1 am in favor of such Itood roada legislation by the next general assembly as will provide for a Ktato highway commission and State ard comity aid. for the construction ami maintenance of principal roada or this State. "I am In favor of a gradasted auto mobile tax, the proceeds to be used for the purpCHo of maintaining; the highways of Indiana. Use Prisoners en Roads. "I am !n fovrr of the use of State, County of , Municipal prisoners, who have bscn convicted of crimes and misdemeanors being ised for the pre paration of roads, and tho construc tion and repair of highways, if it Is dcemcJ reusable by your honorable body." Copies of theue resolutions have bfen cent to all counties In the 8tate v.'ih t!:e requests that ea many sign ris as possible be secured. In part the letter 'accompanying the petitions rr.js: "This movement Is not Inspired by pnd Intercut or business, nor 'Is any ) art'c;lar bill In view to be presented to the legislature, but It Is hoped to l uve n representative ctnte wide com m!Mte apro'ntcd on D comber 9 who will draft a bill and present It to the loTtauiturc. The main features of this Ml' will be Etate Jurisdiction and Htale aid. We have asked all of the rewgpapers In your county to take this nutter up Immediately and would sus- v'fh tYwr '.- l .. t December the ninth, .will be known rs -Indiana Day." when a large num Hr of local men. who r.re not dele pn'en, will attend.. 7ho comiultteo has requested that IrttereLt he aroused for a local meet ing Dcceajber 3. to be known as ''Good Rouds Day." all over the State As the rotlces have JuRt been recelv p 1 no definite arrangements have yet ben made. Worry is the mother of sick, nerv run and troubled mentality; upaets the entire physical ayatem. The body is a network of nerves. Holllster's llrwky Mountain Tea soothes and freshens the entire cystcm. Try It tonight. Conkey Drug Co. ., . v . CONVICTS WIFE GETS DAMAGES Greenfield, hid., Nov. 29. The suit of Mrs. Alta M. ' Ward against the Terr Haute Brewing company, Claude I). Miller, a saloon keeper, and David O'DonnelL his bartender, for $10,000 dun tges, resulted In a verdict for the j lnlnttrr of $3,500. It was alleged in the suit that tho defendants sold liquor to Mrs. Ward's husband until he became Intoxicated and shot and killed Thomas Mclntire, for which crime he is now serving a life sentence in prison. ' The case came to this county from Indianapolis on change of venue. 'J Jiad been given ti to die by three cx our best doctors, I co jld not stand it to be on my feet anJ I was so swelled in the Bbdcmen I could hardly breathe. ' Hut thanks to Dr. Miles' Heart Remedy and Nervine I am able to be about the streets, a walking ad .ertisement of the curative qual ' ities of your remedies, although I am ;o years old." Jons R. Cochran, Lewistown, I1L Better than any statement we XC'v ! make' regarding the value of Di. Mile' Heart Remedy ,re these words of Mr. Cochran. He peaks from experience, the high :st possible source of knowl ed If you have any of the tig" of a weak heart, such as pair, in the left shoulder or arm, fainting and hungry spells, short iIts$ of breath, smothering spells, fl itr ringor palpitation of the heart, jjov teed Dr Miles' Heart Remedy . whi.h for over twenty years has been recognized as the best prepa ration of its kind to be had. Se-'tf under a guarantee assuring ths I stt v of ths srios of ths first bottt If It j .to bsnsfH. AT ALL DRUGGISTS. ' MIL MEDICAL. CO. Elkhart, 14. INDIGESTION GOES i i - Leo H. Fihe Sells Best Prescription on the Money Back Plan Almost everybody knows that sick fieadache, nervousness and dizziness, are caused by a disordered stomach. Upset stomach and indigestion bap pen just because the food you eat does not digest but' lies in the stomach and ferments or turns sour. :. You can stop fermentation and stom ach distress in five minutes by using MI-O-NA stomach tablets, a prescrip tion that has done more to cure indi gestion nd put the stomach In fine condition than all the specialists on earth. A large 50 cent box of MIO-NA stomach tablets is all you need to Ret quick and lasting relief. Leo H. Fine guarantees them. Mrs. Altle Eton, of 93 Dun Road, Battle Creek, Mich., used MI-O-NA and within two months was in as good health as ever, and has a good strong stomach, and eats anything she likes. She attributes her good health to MI-O-NA. If you have heartburn, belching of gas, heaviness or any stomach trouble no matter how chronic, try MI-O-NA stomach tablets on money back plan. Sold by Leo II. Fihe and leading drug gists everywhere. At LocaJ Theaters "The Easiest Way." David Bclasco will present Frances Starr In the remarkable successful play by Eugene Walter "Tho Easiest Way" at tho Gennett on Monday, Dec. 5. " Miss Starr will have for her sup port a company of rare merit, and the scenic equipment will be Identical with that provided by David BelaEco for the run of the play at the Belasco theater In New York. The central figure of the play is a pleasure loving woman who is finally faced with an opportunity to begin a new and better life. The greater part of the play deals with her efforts to break off the old ties and associations and take up with the new. Unusual as the flay Is from many points of view it Is partic ularly notable for the manner in which It Is interpreted. Frances Starr has achieved a brilliant success as Laura Murdock. The scenes of the four acts are laid amid the rolling foothills of the eaEtern slope of the Rockies; in a typical west side theatrical boarding house; in a fashionable apartment house in the metropolis. - , "The Chorus Lady." A unique feature In connection with the appearance of Miss Rose Stahl in "The Chorus Lady" at the Gennett on Thursday, Dec. 1, is that although this comedy by James Forbes, author of "The Commuters" and "The Travel ing Salesman," has been running three entire seasons and has started on an other, only one or two changes have been made in the remarkable cast since the date of the original produc tion. This is so unusual as to be al most .ei-och-maklng .in theatrical his tory, and it means that when Miss Stahl comes to this city she will have the support of nearly all of the origin al "Chorus Lady" company in its en tirety. . Miss Stahl appears In the Forbes comedy as Patrlci- O'Brien, a chorus girl, and she is credited with one of the greatest and most striking char acterizations the American stage has known. Contrary to the meaning conveyed by Its title, "The Chorus Lady" is a finely knit dramatic offering which possesses the popular appealing quali ties of finely portrayeu sentiment and good wholesome laughter. "St. Elmo. That most endurable of all novels, "St. Elmo." which has made our grand-mothers and grand-fathers weep in days gone by, will be presented in dramatic form at the Gennett theater on Dec. 3 with the customary matinee. The management has not over-looked the minutest detail to give the offer ing the presentation it deserves. A cast of unusual strength has been engaged, an elaborate scenic investi ture has been provided, while the ef fects and other features are said to be as near perfect as the art of the stage carpenter and manager ' can make them. The story of the play, which is familiar to many theatergoers concerns briefly the reformation and regeneration of "St. Elmo Murray" who through an unfortunate love affair becomes a malignant cynic. Bright comedy, real thrills, heart throbs and tears are deftly blended and If one likes good old fashioned drama dress ed In modern garb this virile and ab sorbing play of southern romance "Seven Days." Think of a man and his divorced wife and a girl who is pretending to be his wife and a man who is lnjove with the pretended wife, and a rich spinster aunt who thinks they are man and wife, and a real husband and wife, a burglar and a policeman, being shut In a house for a week, with a quaran tine guard watching to see that no body gets out or in, the servants fled, and no communication with the out side world except by telephone. That one week in quarantine makes the clever comedy "Seven Days" which for more than a year has caused an epidemic of laughter in New York and for six months raged virulently in Chi cago. This notable comedy success is coming here. It is booked for the Gennett tomorrow with a famous New York cast and a superb production. It will be presented in a manner worthy of Messrs. Wagenhals & Kemper, whose reputation as theatri cal producers has been established by many brilliant triumphs, and of these "Seven Days" Is the biggest Chan nlng Pollock, author, dramatist and critic, in writing of "Seven Days" for the Green Book Magazine, said: "Mrs. Rlnebart and Mr. Hopewood have built the most consistently amusing farce that has ever been produced In America and between Its succession of surprising situations. Its crisp and fitur dialogue, and iu unusually 1 cellent interpretation, the piece Is simply irresistible. A hard-shelled first night audience shook and roared and wept with merriment." f -In Panama." The press with one accord says that "In Panama," which will be the attrac tion at the Gennett tonight is one of the best offerings of the season. The entire original production as presented 300 nights at the Broadway theater, New York, with the Klein Bros. In the principal comedy parts.. "In Panama" is something nice, catchy and full of fun. It is a splen did musical comedy, and is worth while for those who want three hours of genuine entertainment. Every song is new and original, the color schemes are great, and the costumes are beau tiful. There Is nothing draggy In the bill. The Klein Bros, are comedians who are "some class." In fact they are equal to the best on the stage to day. And that is going some. To Miss Sibyl Brennan, the prima donna, is due much credit for her fine voice and good singing. She makes a great hit as evidenced by the many encores. The chorus is large and beautiful. f Good Bill. Nalada, nymph of the sea and queen of the air supported by a company of clever dancers ia splendid electric and scenic novelty Is the headline feature act at the Murray theater this week. A $5,000 spectacular production and is one of the most wonderful acts ever presented on n vaudeville Btage and is well worth the admission asked. The beautiful and gorgeous scenery and costumes worn e.dds to the success of this performance. Each and every member of the company Js a spleadid singer and the mcst fascinating of all t'ae dancers Is Nalada in her dance of "Peace. The balance of the bill ' composed of three very good musical o c c Htrclirtrntt orii ilnina on. cts. The H.rscnorns are Alpine en tertainers a splendid act in itself and Van Hoff the Poet, Comedy mimic. Scott and Wallace are musical enter tainers of renown. Thl3 bill will no doubt attract large audiences to this popular theater and especially per sons interested in musical comedy. For an early breakfast nothing so good as Mrs. Austins Pancake Flour. orkers Ned Fes! NJ Siisme In Ask ing For Union h'acHo Goods. There Is no uocasiou fr tiuUm ranp r woi.inn to' blush or Irani; his or her I:;id wheu askiuy: for union nsadv plod bearing the union label. Thf Ht.'le emblem of fairness mai liouestj mi everything you buy tells its slor.i of honor and trade unionism and :i such should be respected by all w!. lonie In contact with it. The way smne stanch uulonlsts n 'about buying union made gomls re minds one t:f n a h(Ml child of the kin der&irteu class spehdlnsr her first -penny iu the caudy store, when she does not know what she wnuts and would be afraid to ask for it If she did. There is nn absolute lack of neces sity for any such conduct or bashful ness In such cases, and the union man or woman should be proud in asking for goods bearing the label instead of seemingly being ashamed of it. When you purchase the products of your co workers in the army of labor see that the label of unionism is ou it. and If it is not do not Invent some excuse for not buying and sneak out of the store, but make a bold demand for the label, and if the storekeeper has not what you want bearing It tell him frankly why you cannot deal with him and in form him when be sells goods bearing the label you will become his custom er. You don't blush nor seem embar rassed when you receive your union waxes. Why should you do so when asking for uulon labeled goods? You have earueil your money honestly. See that you iend It honestly. Think it over and the next time yon go to buy anything heed its precepts. The union label stands for the protec tion of just aud honorable employers from cotnpetltlcu by cheap labor rivals, fair wages for the laborer and better trade conditions. It guarantees the workmen a letter Jiving, shorter hours and more rnouey. , Therefore there Is no reason wtiy you should not demand the union label. Demand 'the union label all Ihe time. Strea tor Gazette. Keep pure the mouth, the gateway of health. Mother, you should realize how unclean teeth destroy your child's health and pros pects in life. Teeth not brushed every day decay, become tender, and the child cannot comfortably chew his food. Coarse food will not digest ; poor digestion means lack of nourishment to the little body; the blood be comes thin; the constitution weak; the child is an easy victim to disease, suffering the while from the bitter pain of decaying teeth. For geaeratMBS cUirea tare loved Its fragraac aaakM tfc totii brush lessoa easy. Its efficiency makes remits cartaia. Mad froaa th choicest and parest im - gredMata, mad eoataiaiat' asdi- ' plies ki Mrit. SOZOOONT tand Ml pra iumtly A ; - fTMtMt f AsMricaa dmtifricaa. S0Z0D0NT TOOTH POWDER AND sozoDorrr tooth paste are absolutely free from frit and acid, and are strongly recommended for use iu connection with LIQUID SOZODONT. The LIQUID pene trates and cleanses; the POWDER and PASTE polish the surface of sne leern. jjj c$agn VM m CAN MAN ROB WIFE Husband's Rights Involved in a Columbus Case. Columbus. Ohio, Nov. 29. Can a wife have her husband arrested for robbing her? If the police prosecu tor decides that she may, James Wig gins, arrested for littering the street, now held for Investigation, will be charged with burglary and larceny. Wiggins and his wife, Erma, who conducts a saloon at 123 South. Front street, after two years of married life, separated about a year ago. Jan. 8 he signed an agreement waiving all right to the saloon, which both had operat ed. Goods and Coat Missing. Thursday night Mrs. Wiggins closed her saloon at 6 o'clock and went out for the evening. When 6he returned she discovered that five quarts of whiskey, a box of cigars, two pack ages of letters and a mink coat, said to be .valued at $200, had been taken. Some property was damaged. In the meantime Wiggins had been arrested as he left his wife's saloon because he broke a beer bottle on the sidewalk. When Mrs. Wiggins report ed the robbery to the police, Wiggins was held for investigation. The goods, with the exception of the mink coat, were recovered. ' Police Prosecutor Kerr will decide today whether WlgginS is a burglar or acted within his own rights. Wiggins procured a key to the saloon from a neighbor. LOVER DRIVEN AWAY AND GIRL PENNED UP Springfield, Ohio, Nov. 29. Finding hot n marriaffl HcpnsA had hffn is- d tQ James mUeTf a yrder. to . . ... wed her daughter, Delia, Mrs. Mis- eAiirl Uun-lr 1vr.lreri iho ei-rl in bor room and is holding her a prisoner- day and night. She next waked Mil ler and ran him from the house at the point of an ancient sword which she had snatched from the wall. Miller ap pealed to the police, and when refused help, went to a magistrate to secure a writ of attachment for the girl This also was refused and he made an equally vain effort to get help from Judge Geiger of the probate court, who had issued the license. As a result of the government Irri gation work land values have been in creased by $105,S0O,000. , This will Stop Your Cough in a Hurry Save $2 by Making This Cough Syrup at Home. "This recipe makes a'bint of better cough syrup than you could buy ready-made for $2.50. A few doses usually conquer the most obstinate cough stops even whooping cough Quickly. Simple as it is, no better remedy can be had at any price. Mix one pint of granulated sugar wltli pint of warm water, and stir for 2 minutes. Put 2 ounces ot Pinex (fifty cents' worth) in a pint bottle; then add the Sugar Syrup. It has a pleasant taste and lasts a fam ily a long time. Take a teaspoonful every one, two or three hours. . Tou can feel this take hold of a cough In a way that means business. Has a good tonic effect, braces up the appetite and is slightly laxative, too, which is helpful. A handy remedy for hoarseness, bronchitis, asthma and all throat and lung troubles. The effect of pine on the membranes Is well .known. Pinex is the most val uable concentrated compound of Nor wegian white pine extract, and Is rich in guiaicol and all the natural healing pine elements. Other preparations will not work in this formula. This Pinex and Sugar Syrup recipe i has attained great popularity through out the United States and Canada. It has often been Imitated, though never successfully. A guarantee of absolute satisfaction, or, money promptly refunded, goes tvlth this recipe. Your druggist has Pinex or will get it for you. If not, send to The Pinex Co., Ft, Wayne, Ind. THE RAPHAEL HOUSE SERIES of PRIVATE XMAS GREETING CARDS with your own name engraved on same now on sale at Nicholson's Book Shop No orders taken after Dec. 5th, Last year many gave orders too late. , r.loat! Heat! Everybody can eat meat if you buy at Sell's grocery and meat market (Suc cessor to C. E. Wiley 4V Son.) PORK CHOPS, per pound. ...... .15c FRESH SAUSAGE, per pound. ....15c WHOLE HAMS (fresh, per lb 15c FRESH SIDE, per pound. ...... ..15c PORK ROAST, per pound.. 12 to 15c SMOKED HAMS ...15c LARD IN PAILS, 3, 5 4. 10 lb..... 15c COMPOUND LARD ........12'c 21 LBS. GRANULATED SUGAR, $1X0 with every two dollar worth of gro ceries (flour not included in grocery orders) ; 10 Ibs 48c, with a dollar gro cery order. POTATOES, per bushel .......... 65c FIN ONIONS, per bushel .......98c Your Bank Account will grow if you buy from me. I pay no rent and buy my meats from the farmer and my cus tomers get the middlemen's profit. The above prices arc for cash, in ef fect Monday, Nov. 21st. Sell's Grocery and r.2eaf market 181 Ft. Wayac Ave. A NEW STATE FAIR CIRCUIT PLANNED (American Nevrs Service) Chicago, 111, Nov. 29. Develop ments of much importance to the fu ture of the large fairs and expositions in the United States and Canada are likely to result from the annual meeting of the American Association of fairs and Expositions, which began its sessions today at the Auditorium hotel in this city. For several years past there has been a growing dis satisfaction among several of the large State Fair organizations with the dates assigned they demand also other features in connection with the general management. In numerous instances the conflict of dates has proved disastrous financialy. As a re sult it is probable that a complete re organization of the fair circuits will be made, with a view to avoiding un necessary conflict of dates and also to make the "jumps" as short as possi ble. The greatest dissatisfaction is said to exist among the State Fair organiza tions in the Middle West As a con sequence a new circuit for this sec tion is being discussed. The proposed circuit would embrace the big fair of the Province of Ontario, the Michigan State fair at Detroit, the Ohio State fair at Columbus, the Indiana State fair at Indianapolis, the Kentucky St?.te fair at Louisville and the Ten nessee State fair at Nashville. Consumptfon Often Develops From Pneumonia. Consumption readily attacks tlio.se who have had Pneumonia. Many suf ferers from tuberculosis Kive a his tory of liavint? had pneumonia. The luntrs thus weakened are more easily" attacked by the germs that cause con sumption. For alt those with "weak lungs." especially those who have had pneu monia. Eikman'8 Alterative is the ap propriate remedy. Cures of consump tion are accomplished by Kekman's Al terative. Hut take It in time. There is no wisdom in waiting until Tuberculo sis is established. Health is never ful ly valued until sickness comes. A re- j markahle recovery follows: 4240 Pow- I eiton Ave.. Ftllla.. Pa. M'trnan s Alterative two years ago Since taking it I have gained twenty- eight pounds and I cannot but be very thankful to you and the Almightv God for, the great blessing and change of neann u nas Drought me." 'Signed) THOMAS RKILLY. n.ckman s Alterative cures Bron chitis, Asthma. Hay Fever; Throat and Lung Affections. For sale by A. O. L.uken & Co. and other leading drug gists. Ask for booklet of cured cases and write to Kckman Laboratory Philadelphia, ra.. for additions! evl. dence. MURRAY THEATRE Approved Vaudeville This Waek Featuring 99 .T . T . V 99 The Nymph of the Sea, and Queen of the Air, and three oth er big acts. Matinee Daily, any seat 10c. Evening Continuous Perform ance, 7:45 and 9:00. ' 3 Xmas Bargains Manicure Sets and Sewing Outfits combined. Any. kind or price from $1.25 up. It will be to your advantage to call and see them. ' Miller's Harness Store 627 Main St. QUALITY IN LEATHER GOODS toOKBl TONIGHT! MPANARfflA Catchy Music Pretty Girls. 25 to 1.50 WAVE With the present uncertainty of coal shipments and the constant cry of shortages elsewhere, we are particularly fortunate in having a generous supply of coal on hand to take care of the trade. PLENTY OF THESE : Pocahontas Mai tier's Jackson Anthracite Chestnut . We have facilities for handling any size order promptly. - - " MaifcEF Ewm0 Cn0 CONTENT. The fountain of content must spring up in the irind, and he who has so little knowledge of human nature as to seek happiness by changing anything but his own dis position will waste jus life in fruit less efforts nd multiply the grifs he purposes to remove. -Johnson. . A7Cea Arrow "Notch COLLAR Sits snugly to the neck, the tops meet in front and there is ample space for the cravat. 15c.. 2 for 25c Cluett.Peabody & Co., Makers ARROW CUFFS 25 cents pair JORDAN, M'MANUS & HUNT FUNERAL DIRECTORS EMBALMERS Automobile Service for Calls Out of City. Private Chapel and Ambu lance. Telephone 2175. ' Parlors 1014 Main Street. High Grade Butterlne, 25c lb. H.G.HADLEY Phone 2292 1035 Main Sf. rlsns, Ffttinl Diseases. Loss of Vitality from Indiscretions. PI lea. Flatn la. Fliire and T'loprat ions of the Reotum, without detention from hinllia RUPTURE POSITIVELY CURED AND GUARANTEED. ; MILE mwsm Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday morning:, after noon and evening. Ladies admitted free. TOMORROW SEVEN PAYS . 25 to 1.50 We Are AM. deadly For III Are Yonn? WILLIAMS KIDNEY PILLS Hit you overworked your mrrous rs tm and - caused - troublo with your kid- evs and bladder? Havw you. pains in loins, side, back and bladder? Have you a flabby appearances ot the facv and un i ih. x-.' a frenuent desire to Mm urine? If mv. Williams Kidney Fills will cure you Irucfrist. Price 50c ' WILLIAMS MFG. CO. I For sale by Conkey Drug Co. THE ONLY EXCLUSIVE PAINT STOtE IN RICHMOND Paints, Varnishes, Floor Paints and Stains, Pyrography Goods Brass Craft at prices that count OLD RELIABLE PAINT CO. 10-12 So. 7th St. Phone 2230. New Corn RICHMOND FEED STORE 11 N. 9 h SI. Phocc 21 DR. J. A. WALLS SPECIALIST SOUTH TEXTH ST, RICHMOND, TBTD. OFFICE DAYS MONDAY, TCBSDAY, FRIDAY ' AND SATURDAY OF BACH WEEK. Consultation and one month's Treatment Frea TRK ATS DISEASES OF TIIF3 THROAT, LUNOS, ; KIDNEYS. LIVER and. RttADDER. RHEUMATISM. DYSPEPSIA nd DISEASES OF THE BLOOD. Ept. lepsv (or falUnar fits). Cancer. Private and Marvoua . TO) M. THURSDAY! ROSE STAHL Tbe Chores Lcfy 'I'm the antidote for the joy-killer." Q f CA