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THE RICH3IOND PAIXADIU3I AND SUX-TEIEGRA3If WEDXESDxLY FEBRUARY 22, 1911.
HiGE FOR DIG
Officials Announce 500 Mile
Indianapolis, Feb. 22. Starting
With tbo 500-mile International Sweep
akes race on the Indlanapolia motor
speedway. Memorial day. May 20, the
flrat Grand Circuit of automobile rac
ing will be Inaugurated. Tbla la the
announcement of offlcals of the Am
erican Automobile association who
have been In conference with the In
dianapolis motor speedway manage
ment In regard to forming the circuit,
and starting the big special train
which will carry the machines and
drivers around the country from In
dlanapolia after the race meet at the
Speedway. A. R. Pardington and
Fred I. Wagner, referee and starter
for the A. A. A." respectively spent
several days In Indianapolis recently
going over the situation in detail with j
tne various manufacturers and the
Speedway management. The result of
their canvas la that at least four rac
ing teams from Indianapolis will join
the circuit and that the curtain reiser
for the year will be the SOO-mile race
for a purse of $23.0oo.
It la possible that the Speedway will
at a go a program of sprinta on Monday
May 29. These sprint races probably
will be open to cars in the lighter
clasaea and the free-for-all . class, al
lowing those who are not eligible to
the long race on Tuesday to take part
In the minor events on Monday. This
baa not been definitely decided, but
the management of the A. A. A. is
trying to arrange such a plan and the
management of the Speedway Is fav
orable to It.
"The grand circuit practically is as
sured." stated A. It. Pardington before
he left Indianapolis, "and it Is almost
certainty that It will start from In
dianapolis May 30. The bOO-mile race
here at that time- will bring the most
noted racing drivers to the Speedway
and If we send automobile cars and
sleepers here (o make up the train,
we can start out on tho circuit at
"I believe the &00-mlle race will see
the greatest list of entries ever made
for one event of th kind. This I judge
from the fact that nine entries, already
have been made and from what I have
heard big manufacturer say about
their Intention to enter cars." '
The A. A. A. representatives are
continuing their trip about the coun
try and expect to have the grand cir
cuit plan completed within the next
thirty days. One of the features of
tho grand circuit plan Is to bavo a
dosen or more of the Arms Palace
horse cars converted into palace cars
for automobiles and to take along
with the train at least a half dozen
fully equipped Pullman sleeping cars
and diners. One of the palace cars
Will be fitted up as a machine shop
and another will carry spare parts,
Word has been received from Harry
Grant, twice winner of tho aVndcr
bllt cup, that ho will enter' his A ho
car in the raco at Indianapolis. He
will drive the same car in which he
made his former successes and says
he believes he can turn the trick In
the long grind over tho brick course
Nine entries have been hecclved to
date for the International sweepstakes
race. They are the entire Case rac
ing team headed by Lewis Strang,
who has Joe Jagerburger, the "Flying
Dutchman" and Louis Larsonncur as
team drivers.; "Happy Johnny" Aitk
een In a National "40:" C. B. aBldwin
In an Inter-State "50;" Frank Cox and
Louis Plsbrow In Pope-Hart fords;
Harry Knight In a Westeott, and a
Simplex which probably will be driven
Ralph DcPalma, the one-milo dirt
track champion. From word which
tho management has received. It la
led to believe that fully thirty five
cara will start in the race.
They Took Equal Chanos.
A story Is told of a woman who lef
the Hotel Westminster In a tnxluai
directing the chauffeur to drive to th
art museum. The door of the cab wc
hardly cloned before the machine star
ed with a Jerk and began to narrowl.
miss curbstone as It proceeded on it
Becoming frightened, the womm
rapped upon the window of the cul
and said: "riense be careful. This I.
the first time I ever rode In a taxi."
-That's all right, ma'am. This 1
the first time I ever drove one alone."
A GOOD REASON
Richmond People Can Tell You Why
It Is So.
Doan's Kidney Pills cure the cause
ot disease, and that is why tho cures
re lasting. This remedy strengthens
and tones up the kidneys, helping
them to drive out of the body the
liquid poisons that cause backache,
headache and distressing kidney and
urinary complaints. Richmond people
testify to permanent cures.
Martin Bulach, tailor. 423 S. Elev
enth 8t, Richmond. Ind says: "In the
spring of 1902. 1 suffered from a weak
and lame back and other symptoms of
kidney trouble. Learning of Doan's
Kidney Pills, I procured supply at
A. G. Luken & Co." Drug Store and
their, use brought me prompt relief.
Since then I havo had no further need
of kidney remedy, as my cure has
been permanent. I gave a statement,
recommending Doan's Kidney Pills,
after t had used them with such good
results and I still hold a high opinion
of this remedy."
For aale by all dealero. price so
cents. Foster-Mllbnrn Cc. Buffalo.
New York, sole agents for the United
Remember the name Doan's and
trhs) m oOmt.
Many Women Now Doing Without
Rata and other false paraphernalia
for the upbuilding of woman's thinned
out hair may be necessary, but the
sight is far from pleasing.
With care nature can supply to
most wpmen all the hair necessary for
Many thousands of women, refined
and educated, have learned that it is
not hard to have, and to keep an abun
dance of lustrous hair, if Parisian
Sage the hair grower is used daily.
Since its introduction into America,
Parisian Sage has become a prime fav
orite with women who desire luxuriant
hair that will not fall out or turn
gray, used daily It will keep tho scalp
immaculately dean; will stop Itching
and falling hair, and remove every
particle of dandruff.
It causes the hair to grjw because
It Is able to penetrate into the roots,
where it Ycsides nourishing the hair,
destroys the dandruff germs. Leo H.
Fine and druggists everywhere guar
antee Parisian Sage to do exactly as
advertised, or money back. A large
bottle only costs 50 cents, and it is a
most invigorating and refreshing hair
dressing. Tho girl with the Auburn
hair Is on every package.
A t Local Theaters
The Girl and the Outlaw.
Next Monday "The Girl and the Out
law" will be offered at the Gennett
theater with a new star, Roy Le Mar.
As this is Mr. Lo Mar's first tour as
a real full fledged star, hia perfor
mance will be of unusual interest,
while the play itself will appeal to the
utmost to all those who lore to wit
ness a melodrain of the real Western
type. With cow punchers, bandits,
and horse thieves in 'plenty, the plot
Is full of Intense situations and keeps
one's interest at fever heat.
, With Stock Company.
The Pollock Players now appearing
at the Gennett theater are putting on
their plays with an exceptional lav
ishness as to detaU. Nothing better
than ther performance of the "Klu
Klux Klan last evening has been seen
here for a long ' time. With eight
horses on the stage the realism was
carried out to a remarkable extent.
Mr. Pollock himself is a charming
leading man and is making a big hit
with his audiences here. This even
ing the "Kentucky Sheriff will be
presented. Souvenirs will be given
George Washington" hatchets.
"The Other Woman."
As a conspicuous dramatic offering
In a season abounding with musical
productions or repetitions of last seas
on's successes, "Tho Other Woman,"
will be presented at the Gennett on
Friday, March 3, with Blanche Walsh
in the leading role. The New York
producers have naturally decided that
the play Is worthy the art of this fa
mous emotional actress, so that an ar
tistic treat seems to be in store for
The Old Homestead.
Amusement lovers who know a good
thing when they see it, will flock to
the Gennett to witness one of the pur
est, sweetest and most wholesome
I lays in existence, "The Old Home
stead" which comes there next Tues
day, February 28.
The perennial drawing power of
"The Old Homestead" is indisputable,
and its long success and continued
popularity are due In no Inconsidera
ble measure to the fact that it is a
perfect rescript of nature, holding the
mirror up to nature as do few other
pluys of modern times. It was ac
counted a good rlay twenty years ago,
as far, back as 1886, w hen it had Its
Initial performance at the Boston the
ater and made the most telling suc
cess ever Bcored by a production In
Boston. Year after year since it has
repeated that success, and it has even
Improved with age. Little melodra
matic touches and effects have been
eliminated until now there Is more
natrual wit and humor in the dialogue
and more genuine touches ot pathos
and sentiment than ever before, ft is
old, yet never new, and it is absolute
ly true to the New England country
yifo which it represents. In Joshua
Whltcomb. Impersonated by Edward
L. Snader. the central figure of the
circle of familiar, rustic types, we
have to welcome a perfect represen
tative of the best and broadest type
of humanity; a prosperous, warm
hearted, peace-loving God-fearing Yan
kee farmer. And associated with him
we shall find, as of old, those other de
lightful characters, Cy Trime. Seth
Perkins. Happy Jack, Aunt Matilda,
Ed Gnazey and Rickety Ann.
At the Gennett next Wednesday,
March 1, the attraction will be Fred
eric Thompson's production of Porter
Emerson Browne's domestic drama
"The Spendthrift." with a cast of no
table players. Those who recall Mr.
Thompson's production of "Polly of
the Circus," "Brewster's Millions."
"Via Wireless" and Mr. Browne's oth
er great success "A Fool There Was,"
will have god reason for anticipating
another dramatic treat. The play ran
nearly all winter In New York, and
was voted one ot the real metropoli
"The Spendthrift" in Its conception
ond execution Is entirely different
from "A Fool There Was" which play
first brought Porter Emerson Browne
Into prominence as a, playwright. It
deals with the frivolous extravagance
of a luxury-loving wife, and the finan
cial ruin achieved by the husband in
granting whims. The play is in four
acts the first three showing lavishly
furnished and tastefully decorated in
teriors of a well-to-do New York bro
ker's home: the last an attic room. In
a lower East Side tenement bouse.
The company waa especially engaged
by Mr. Thompson for the present tour,
with aview. to the particular fitness
ot each member to his or her respec-
tive parts. The Include Doris Mitch
ell, who portrays the spendthrift wife,
Lionel Adams. Lizzie McCalL Albert
E. Orr, Alice Kelly and William Sullivan.
The beautiful band colored picture
from the opera "II Trovatore" made
such a hit two weeks ago at the Ar
cade that many have asked to see it
again. Accordingly the management
is showing it two days, Wednesday
and Thursday together with a new
film. The acting, scenery and color
ing in this film was the talk of the
town and needs no description here.
Roy . Parks will play selection from
the opera to At every scene, and a
violin will be added in the evening.
Truly a feast for eye and ear. Anoth
er colored picture, "Sea Birds in Their
Haunts" will show at close range all
manner of our shy neighbors as they
are at home. Bird lovers should not
miss this. The program closes with a
lively comedy. One of the best shows
the Arcade ever had.
DR. SMELSER GETS
HEARING IN MARCH
Indianapolis, Feb. 22. Governor
Marshall has set March 15 for the
hearing date in the case of Dr. S. G.
Smelser, of Richmond, a member, of
the state board of medical examina
tion and rcgisteration, against whom
charges of incompetency have been
filed... Dr. Smelser was appointed by
the Governor nearly two years ago to
represent the regular school of med
icine. ' The charges, which allege in
competency only, have been filed by
members of the State Association of
Physicians ot the school of regulars,
who have sought, since the appoint
ment of Smelser was announced, to
have him ousted from the board.
Why He Wapi.
A medieval sultan had such an alarm
ingly grotesque and ugly face that he
had all the mirrors removed from his
palace so that he
might avoid the
pain of seeing
his own features.
called on his
grand vizier one
day and by acci
dent happened to
catch sight of
his reflection. Ills
powered him, and
be broke into vio
lent sobbing. In
this outburst the
BROKE I1VTO VIOLEXT
Joined. Finally the sultan calmed down,
wiped his eyes and got ready to smoke
and talk, but not so the vizier. He
sobbed on . and
on. His master,
tapping his slip
on the enshions,
waited for him
At length the
sultan got angry
"Why do you
weep longer than
grand vizier re
plied, "you wept.
EE BOBBED OS.
O commander of the faithful, because
you saw your fsce but for an instant,
but I see it all day and every day."
Bay not tomorrow. Today is your own
To parcel as you will.
For who can tell that when the day has
He shall be livlnr still?
Oh, bleat la he whose dally balance sheet
Brings perfect work to view.
Whoso closing day leaves no task incom
plete For other bands to do! '
Tomorrow's but a Jack-o'-lantern sprite
That flees the laggard's clasp.
Today's the power whoso hand of gracious
Holds fortune la its grasp.
Picked Out tho Largest.
There was a good but grouchy short
stop in one of the minor league clubs
a few years ago who bad a. grudge
against an umpire. Before the game
the player bragged to bis teammates
of what he would do to the umpire
if the umpire started anything on the
field. There was no trouble, it bap
tened, and when the club got back to
the clubhouse the shortstop told bis
teammates bow lucky the umpire was
that he did not try to renew the trou
ble between them.
"I was ready for him," said the
shortstop, "for I would have laid him
out. I have two large pool balls In
my pocket I brought out from the
hotel, and I'd have 6oaked him with
them. They were the largest I could
find, too, for I picked out the fourteen
and the fifteen." Philadelphia Satur
day Evening Post.
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take one pound of granulated sugar,
one-half pint of water and one bottle
(2 ozs.) of LOGOS cough remedy (the
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at a very small cost, good for every
member ot the famiy.
The next time you have a cough, try
this, make it yourself, see if you don't
sa y it is the best cough syrup you ev
er used. .
The LOGOS extracts are for sale at
all First Class Drue; Stores.
Rub Ezo on Feet
And all Soreness and Burning will
Fade Away as if by Magic
Ezo for the feet; nothing like it in
this wide ' world. It's refined oint
ment, this Ezo that everybody is talk
ing about, and when you rub it on the
feet it penetrates into the pores, and
quickly drives out the cause of pain
Leo H. Fibe, the reliable druggist is
selling a whole lot of . Ezo to people
who must have strong feet that will
support a vigorous body.
Get Ezo for weary, tender, burning
feet. Get it to take out the agony
from those painful corns and bunions.
Use this delightful refreshing ointment
for sunburn, eczema, rough or itching
skin, for chafing and after shaving. A
large Jar for only 25 cents. Get It at
Leo H. Flhe's.
Ezo Chemical Co.,
.Rochester, N. Y., Makers.
Rev. H. Robert Smith of this
City Is on Program.
Columbus, Ind., Feb. 22, -Between
three hundred and four hundred Bap
tist men were expected here today
for the annual state convention of the
Baptist Brotherhood. Arrangements
have been made to entertain the vis
itors by the Brotherhood of the First
Baptist church of this city, of which
the Rev. F. L. Hardy Is pastor.
The business session will be held
in the morning and the afternoon ser
vices began at 2:30 o'clock. Fol
lowing reports, tbrere will -be a sym-;
posium on "Bible Study and its .Rela
tion to Life,: in which the following
ministers took part: S. I. Long,
Madison; H. Robert Smith, Rich
mond; O. R. McKay, Lafayette; T. J.
Owen, Spencer, and Henry K. Klyver,
Franklin. Each address was fol
lowed by general discussions.
From 5:30 until 7 o'clock a ban
quet will be served, and at the night
session the Rev. Mr. Stackhouse will
speak on "The Response of Christian
Men to the Challenge of a World
Movement." The Rev. Mr. Stack
house is a Canadian who began his
missionary work in the out districts
of his own country. He now has
charge of the extension work of the
Baptist church in the northwestern
part of the United States. Baptists
look on him as one of the most elo
quent and forceful men in their
Cunning signifies especially a habit
Orv gift of overreaching, accompanied
with enjoyment and a sense of superi
ority. It is associated with small and
dull conceit and with an absolute want
of sympathy or affection. It is the In
tense rendering of vulgarity, absolute
and utter. Ruskin.
' Equal to tho Cat.
Somplo Johnson has trained bis cat
to climb a brick wall. Nistor Oh,
that's no stunt! I've trained my ivy
to do that. Detroit News.
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LI HA ATI D BOB TO
SEVER THE BONDS
Romance of Rich American
and French Singer Will
End in Court.
(American News Service),
New York, Feb. 22 No longer will
"Bob'o-Link and . his Lin a Bird" coo
together in their Parisian love cote. It
was learned ' today that "Finis"" has
been written on the romance of the
famous operatic eong bird and the ec
centric young American, which stir
red two continents for months.
Following a secret trfp to this coun
try several weeks ago on the part of
Oresto Cavaleiri, representing his sis
ter, a conference was held during
which it was agreed that Mme. Cav
aleiri would sue for her freedom
through the courts of France. Fur
thermore, Mme. Cavaleiri agreed to
drop all civil suits against her hus
band, including present and future at
tempts to enforce the famous pre-nup-tial
agreement, by the. terms of which
Robert W. Chanlcr said he turned ov
er all his property to his bride. .
In return for, these concessions on
Mme. Cavaleiri's r part, the "sheriff"
and his brothers agreed to settde an
unconditional sum upon - the diva.
This sum is said to amount to approxi
"Both Mme. Cavaleiri and Mr. Chan
ler were tired of their intolerable po
sitions," said a friend of the 'couple
today, "and both jumped at-a chance
to free themselves. There was no dis
position on the part of either Chanler
or his family to resist an adequate
settlement to Mme. Cavaleiri. The
money .she received is small compar
ed to what she might have received
by a legal battle." .
Might Have Been Worse.
On a celebrated occasion in Vienna
when there was much excitement in
all the European courts over affairs of
international moment, the French am
bassador was suddenly recalled by hi
government. "It is a very grave affair,
is it not," Prince Metternich was ask
ed by a lady at a court ball, "this re
call of the ambassador?" "Not , so
grave, I assure you, madamo," the
prince responded, "as it would have
been if it had been the 'French am
bassador's cook who was recalled. Tha
ambassador can easily be replaced, but
not his cook."
Cures All Spring Ailments.
Mrs. Marlon Bruce, Cumberland,
Me, writes: "I have taken Hood's
Sarsaparilla for a great many years,
and I think it the best bloodamedicine
in the world. I take it both spring and
fall. This last winter and spring I
was In very poor health. 1 was weak
and had lost all my appetite and I was
all run down. As soon as I begran to
take Hood's Sarsaparilla my strength
came back and my appetite returped.
I am now well, do my housework; and
no longer have that tired feeling."
Get it today in -usual liquid form or
chocolated tablets called Sarsatabs.
The Kentucky Sheriff
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CURIOUS PERUVIAN TREE.'
: V.v V i.y:;:y-r-;.e-
It Produora a Copious and Continuous
Supply of Rain. ,
The rain tree of Peru grows very
large, is -rich la leave and is called
by the Indians tamatcaspl. It has the
power of collecting the dampness of
the atmosphere and condensing it into
a continuous and copious supply of
In the dry season, when the rlver.s
are low and the heat great, the tree's
power of condensing seems at the
highest, and water falls in abundance
from the leaves and oozes from the
trunk. The water spreads around iu
veritable rivers, part of which filters
into the soil and fertilizes it. .These
rivers are canalised so as to regulat
the course of the water.
It is estimated that one of tho Peru
vian rain trees will on the averag
yield nine gallons of water per diem.
In a field of an area of one kilometer
square that Is, 3.200 feet each way
can be . grown 10,000 trees separated
from each other by twenty-five meters.
This plantation produces dally 385,000
liters of water. If wo allow for evap
oration and infiltration we have 135,
000 liters or 29.531 jrollous of rain for
distribution dally. The rain tree can
be cultivated with very little trouble,
for it seems indifferent as to the soil
in which It grows. The tree increases
rapidly and resists both extremes of
climate. Espana Moderns.
A Lady Who lives in Goldsboro
Joins In the Chorus of Praise
for Cardui, The Woman's
Goldsboro. N. C. "A ohvsician treat
ed me for many distressing symptoms,"
wnies mrs. cua a. smun, "out gave
me no relief.
suffered with neuralgia around the
heart and was troubled at times with my
head. I had pain in my left side, bowels,
left thigh, shoulders and arms.
"After taking Cardui, I am now well
and can recommend it to other suffering
lust such doubtful svmotoms. as those
from whjch Mrs. Smith suffered, are the
ones for which it will pay you to take
Cardui, the woman's tonic.
It is at such times, when there is noth
ing to show, for certain, the real cause of
the trouble, that you need a tonic, to give
the body strength to throw off the illness
that evidently threatens.
Take Cardui. when vou are ill. with
the ailments of your sex. Take Cardui
as a tonic, to prevent illness, when you
feel it coming.
Your druggist keeps it.'
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Rheumatism in Anhles
One Bottle of Rheuma Cured Woman ,
Who Could Not Walk.
Marvelous as this story may seem,
it is absolutely true; but this is only :
one cf tho many almost magical cures
that Uheuma is performing these days.
Mrs. Gertrude Kozel. Smithfield. Pa.,
writes on Feb. 14, 1910: "! bad Rheu
matism for over a year; it settled In
toy ankles . and I could not walk. I
havo taken one bottle ot Rhcuma and
do not have any more pain, and I can
again walk at will.
It. II. Fine will sell any reader of the
Richmond Palladium a botte ot Rhcu
ma for 50 cents, and guarantees it to
cure any caso of any kind of Rheuma
tism or money back.
Gratifying relief comes in a day, be
cause Rheuma acts at one time on the
Kidneys, Stomach. Liver and Blood,
and starts to rid the entire system ot
poisonous Uric Acid at once.
Mail orders filled, charges prepaid,
by Rheuma Co., Buffalo, N, Y. Write
for free trial bottle.
"English" Marliue" isrTheFeal remedy
for indigestion. 25 cents at L. II.
Fihe's or mailed by Rheuma Co., Buf
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IVf U R. RAY
WEEK OF FEBRUARY 20.
Presenting the Musical Event
of the Season.
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The Musical Novelty of the Age
Including the Musical Saw Mill,
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