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THE RICHMOND PAJ LABIUM AND SUN-TELEGRAM, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 13, 1911
(REAL POLITICS WOII
Every Art of Game Employed
by D. A. R. Delegates to
Defeat Mrs. Gaar.
In an exciting contest on Thursday
afternoon at tbe Propylaeum, in Indi
anapolis, Mrs. Frances Haberly-Rob-tson,
of Fort Wayne, defeated Mrs.
W. W. Gaar, of this city for the office
of state regent of the Daughters of the
American Revolution. The occasion
was the closing day of the annual con
vention of the state D. A. R., whith
'has been In session at Indianapolis
since Tuesday. A large number of !
Richmond people attended tbe conven
tion, and were much disappointed at
the result of the election.
When the local delegation arrived in
Indianapolis, they found that tbe Rob
ertson faction had established politi
cal headquarters in one of the hotels
and were prepared to do everything
to secure the victory for their favorite.
The evening before the election
friends of Mrs. Robertson either saw
personally or telephoned every dele
gate to the convention, and asfted
them openly to vote for the Fort
Wayne candidate. As-soon as the Rich
mond women realized what tactics
their opponents wore pursuing, Mrs.
Gaar offered to withdraw her candi
dacy, but was prevailed upon by her
friends to continue in the running.
Mrs. James M. Judson, vice-regent
of the Richmond chapter, made the
speech nominating Mrs. Gaar. Her
speech wgg well applauded and the
nomination was enthusiastically re
ceived by the meeting. The ballotim
however, showed eighty-four votes for
Mrs. Robertson, and thirty-four for
Mrs. Gaar. Mrs. Charles W. Fairbanks,
who has all the time been a hearty ad
herent to the Richmond cause, gave a
cheerful "post mortem" talk after the
voting, in which she said that Borne
other year the ballots might not run
the same way, and that she hoped the
delegates had chosen a good woman
for the office.
The minor offices were filled without
opposition. Mrs. William A. Cullop, of
Vincennes, was chosen vice regent,
Mrs. E. Carnahan, state secretary, and
Mrs. S. E. Perkins, of Indianapolis,
state treasurer. At the invitation of
Mrs. James M. Fowler, the 1912 con
ventiaon will be held in Lafayette.
By a change which was made in the
Hew Many Men Know How to Keep
It at Par.
Thousands; yes tens of thousands
of men, grow old 10 years too soon.
If you are a man and realize that
your efficiency is on the wane and that
you are losing money and happiness
in consequence get a 50 cent box of
MI-O-NA stomach tablets today and
take two after or with each meal for
three days; then take one with each
meal regularly until you feel well and
MI-O-NA stomach tablets disinfect,
tone up, restore elasticity to the stom
ach and intenstlnal canal and end in
indigestion. They do more; they in
crease the nutrition of the body and fn
case of nerve exhaustion, sleepless
ness, night sweats, bad dreams or any
condition that requires a restorative
they act with astonishing rapidity.
They can be found at Leo H. Fihe's
and helpful druggists the world over.
by-laws of the state society, the num
ber of delegates to the convention will
be lowered from one delegate for each
twenty-five members to one for each
fifty. The offices of state auditor, chap
lain, and historians were put in the
elective class. The time for the con
vention next year was set for the week
in which October eleventh occurs. An
advisory committee to consult with the
committee on the purchase of the old
Harrison house in Vincennes, was ap
pointed and the new body will prob
ably make a trip to Vincennes soon to
investigate the situation.
Mrs. James Judson gave the report
of the work done in the past year by
the local chapter, and this city's rec
ord was found to compare favorably
with that of any other town in the
Moft of the Richmond delegates re
turned to this city last evening. Mrs.
Gaar remained today in Indianapolis
for a large luncheon that was given
in her honor. Wednesday evening
Mrs. English gave a box party in hon
or of Mrs. Gaar. The Richmond can
didate for regent was the favorite
among the Indianapolis women, and
the delegates from the state capital
headed by Mrs. Charles W. Fairbanks,
tried as hard as they could without
using the tactics employed by the
Fort Wayne delegation to swing the el
ection in favor of Mrs. Gaar.
In producing the tones or inflections
of the human voice forty-four mus
cles are brought Into play.
Should bo and are unusually stylish. When you consider
that at the end of each season a complete clean-up is ef
fected you can understand why every shoe shown here is
Absolutely New and Correct
This Fall in particular we are displaying the most at
tractive lines ever offered in this city.. Men's. Women's,
and Children's shoes every pair shows character and to
divlduality that comes only from the Best Shoe-makers
in the world.
Cunningham's Ladies' Shoes
In Patent, Suede, Buck. Tan Calf, Cravenette and Gun
Metal, start at $2.50 and range up to $4.50. Tou can get
perfect footease in the Dr. Edison Cushion Sole Shoe
Stetson's Shoes for Men In all the leathers, $5.00 to $6.00.
Heywood Comfort Last, $4.00.
Dr. Reed Cushion Sole ShoeB for tired, aching feet, keeps
the foot warm and dry, $5.00 and $5.50.
J. WILL CUNNINGHAM
807 MAIN STREET
For Roasting, Stewing
Oi every bind the market
. Fancy PaaeHea, Tokay Grapes, Concord Grapes,
Plums, Peart, Cranberries, Quinces.
New Honey, Maple Syrup, New Pancake Flour.
Just opened a barrel of the f inest white, fat Norway
LOUISVILLE, Ky., Oct. 13. Execu
tive officials of chamber of commerce
and other trade bodies in the leading
cities of the country are assembled
here for a three days' convention of
the American Association of Commer
cial Exchanges. Advertising as a
means of municipal development is
the chief topic to be discussed. Sec
retary Nagel of the department of
commerce and labor, Elbert Hubbard
and other men of prominence are
scheduled for addresses.
Clgaret lighters that strike automat
ically are now taxed in Spain in ac
cordance with a new law, and the first
to pay the new tax was King Alphonso
as an example for his smoking Span
DEMANDS MONEY ON
NOTE GIVEN HUSBAND
Demanding $5,500, Clara Beeson has
filed a complaint on a note against
her husband, Edgar Beeson, in the
Wayne circuit court. The complaint
is on a promissory note alleged to
have been given the plaintiff by the
deefndant September 25, 1881. The in
terest accrued since that time at 10
per cent per annum and the principal
amounts to $5,150.
QUARREL OVER WIFE
HAD FATAL ENDING
GAS ON STOMACH
Quickly Vanish with a Mome-Made
Here is the recipe: Take two tea-
spoonfuls of ordinary baking soda, add j
two ounces of Logos Stomach Tonic
extract and enough water to make a
pint. Shake it up and you have a
home-made remedy that drives away
all signs of stomach trouble in a jiffy
and theu builds up the entire diges
If you are troubled in any way with
your stomach, get busy with this tonic
The remedy is easy to prepare; it
does the business and saves considera
You buy the Logos Stomach Tonic
extract for fifty cents a two ounce bot
tle at any first class drug store.
Get busy with your stomach now,
and save trouble later on.
" (Nations' News Association
NORTH MANCHESTER, Ind., Oct.
12. Melvin Blickenstaff was probably
fatally shot by Charles Price following
an altercation over the tatter's wife.
CAUSE OF SUICIDE
(National News Association
LEBANON, Ind.. Oct. 13. John
Wilt, 75, suicided early yesterday by
shooting himself. Financial reverses
is believed to be the cause.
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the East Window
NO MOKE WAHTHNG ..
THEY ARE HERE
4th shipment of those Rustless Bath Sets, a New
complete outfit for your bathroom.
Read the Description :
18-inch Nickel Plated Towel Bar
Good large nickel plated Soap Dish
Nickel Plated Cup Holder with perforated bottom.
Neat Nickel Plated Tooth Brush Holder
All bolted to a large enameled plate; can be hung
in a space 8x24. It's a real package of convenience
and costs you but 50c
The Next Time You Are In, Don't Miss Seeing Those
Fancy Pillows we are selling at 98c each; worth $1.50.
$5.00 and $6.00 Hair Switches, 30 to 34 inch at $2.75.
The large line of new French Ostrich Plumes, $1.50 to $15.00 each.
The beautiful line of Side Frills, 25c to $1.50 each.
The new 3 cornered Tie, plain and changeable, 50c each.
This is the time of the year when our notion department is simply overflowing with new novelties of all
kinds. Make a special trip. It will be worth your while.
TTIhicB Geo. UHI. KoolIl2inilb)siPS (Co.
PdDmi9tt Buny YdPnn FaflU nnflffitt Uirattffl YdDon
-IHIfflw Seem PirMflzess (EairimneimtlSoo
That's a strong assertion Isn't it? But you'll agree with ua that
you would be making a mistake if you purchased before you had
examined and personally tried on either a PRINTZESS coat or
There's a delicacy of line a smartness of style to a PRINT
ZESS that really places them in a class alone.
They really confer on their wearer "Distinction in dress," and
that's what you are seeking.
Come in tomorrow and let us show you the numbers we have
TAILORED AND SEMI-TAILORED SUITS GOWNS, DRESSES,
COATS, WRAPS, LUXURIOUS FURS from the foremost Parisian
artists, also American modifications of foreign styles, modes and
qualities that you will not see displayed in any other establish
ment in the city.
SPECIAL FOR TOMORROW
NEW CORDUROY AND VELVET TAILORED SUIT made In the
Norfolk Style, Skirt panel front and back $20.00 to $37.50
WOMEN'S AND MISSES' DRESSES
of fine French Serges, Sailor Collar
Effect and Cape, loose panel front and
back. Special for tomorrow
Wonmons9 and IVIIssbs5 Suits
Made of excellent quality broadcloth and serge, popular length coats,
Skinner Satin lined. Skirts are new panel front and back. Many oth
er materials and styles to select from. Large range of colors. Sizes
from 34 to 46 and 14, 16 and 18 for misses and small women.
Special for tomorrow
Ours Is the only exclusive Ready-to-Wear
Store In the city tor ladles, misses and juniors
IVH AEFJ gJTIREIET
QUALITY IS THE THING
QUALITY IN THE EXAMINATION
QUALITY IN THE LENS
Our Spectacles and Nose Glasses
E. B. GROSVENOR, M. D.
OVER 713 MAIN STREET
WILL MONEY HELP YOUt
IF SO, CALL ON US. We will
loan you any amount from $5.00
up and take your personal prop
erty as security such as house
hold goods, pianos, team, wag
ons, etc. Your loan will be ar
ranged in small weekly or
monthly payments to suit your
Income and so small you will
hardly miss the money. If you
have a number of small bills
outstanding, call on us and get
the money to pay them all up
and have one place to pay. All
business Is strictly confidential
Take Elevator to Third
" The Bluest Little
Store in Town
Solid gold, gold filled and
silver. All makes: Hamil
ton, Waltham, Elgin, Illi
and other makes of good
timepieces." We also have
sterlmg silver and silver
plated ware, gold and gold
filled jewelry, cut glass
and novelties. Moore's
526 Main Street
j - ' V.
S pec ii alls
Big Chrysanthemum Blooms 10c
Hardy Phlox Plants. 4 for..... 25c
Fern plants, each ,10c
Regular $3.00 per doz. sie, yellow
and white. There are only 100 df
these to be sold at the price, 10c
Five kinds white, dark red, pink.
lavender and white with crimson
eye. Regular price, 1.00 per do.
SATURDAY ONLY, Four for 25c."
See Them In the Window.
5 flower Shop
Mackerel. vou ever saw.
1015 MAIN ST.