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THE RICH3IOND PALLADIUM AND SUX-TELEGRA3I. TUESDAY, JULY 2, 1912.
fcommoner Started Rumpus
Monday by Resenting
BALTIMORE, July 2. At the end
k the thirty-third ballot yesterday the
Clark people revived their drooping
cpirits by displaying a big banner on
which the following tribute to Clark
from W. J. Bryan, in 1910, was printed
"I have known Champ Clark eigh
teen years. He is absolutely incorrupt
ible and his life is above reproach.
Never in all these years have I known
him to be upon but one side of the
cuestion and that was the side that
'represented the people."
There was a cheer as the Missou
jrians displayed the banner above their
l delegation. It containued for several
"Take it over to Nebraska and show
jit to Bryan," shouted some one.
Bryan Demands Right to Reply.
, No sooner was this said than the
IMiesourian acted on the suggestion.
Then came trouble.
Bryan arose and faced his tormen
jtors for a moment. Several policemen
hurried to his side and with them as
an escort the Nebraskan fairly fought
his way to the stage, where he demand
ed of the chairman the right to ans
wer Missouri, if that delegation was
letponsible. The chair asked to be per-
'mitted to announce the result of the
f thirty-third ballot first.
Mr. Bryan was impatient. He de
jFcended from the stage and amid
bowls and cheers faced the Missouri
J tie legation.
! "Is the Missouri delegation respon
sible for sending that banner over to
'ibe Nebraska delegation?" Bryan ask
In the uproar which followed; Bryan
f-lood smiling, in the center of a
shrieking, excited mob of the Missouri
delegation. Half a dozen policemen
'charged into the crowd.
"Anything against Bryan?" shouted
a Missouri delegate, shaking his fist at
the smiling Nebraskan.
From the aisle the policemen asked
the Nebraskan up onto the platform.
Half a dozen hand-to-hand fights fol
lowed as the Clark men tried to carry
tieir banner up on the platform be
hind Bryan. They scaled the press
f-tand, but were hurled back to the
floor. Another series of fist fights en
sued. A score of policemen fought in
jvain to quiet the shrieking fighting
Situation is Serious.
i At one end of the hall the huge Wil
I pon banner used in previous demon
: etrations appeared. An angry howl
from the Clark men greeted it. Feeling
jv.as running so high that a serious dis
turbance was threatened and the Wil
son managers, to avert further fights,
(ordered the picture withdrawn.
Meantime the crowd of struggling
jirn at the foot of the platform battled
I to get the Clark banner to the stake,
j Chairman James hurried and took the
privel from John E. Lamb of Indiana.
After five minutes of effort Mr. James,
j aided by the police, restored some sem
I Ma nee of order.
Mr. James finally announced the be
ginning of the thirty-fourth ballot, and
I Alabama, as usual, cast her twenty
jfcur votes for Underwood, when Mr.
Bryan, who had stood for several min
jvtes with the stolidness of an Indian,
i was recognized.
' "Go on and vote," called a delegate
"Slop him we want to go home we
jdon't want a speech. He's paid to stay
here: we're not."
Chairman James explained that Mr.
j Bryan had arisen to a question of per
sonal privilege and was entitled to be
Mayor Fitzgerald of Boston objected
,oi! the ground that he had been denied
,the privilege of explaining a change of
ote in the Massachusetts delegation.
How Mrs. Reed of Peoria, IIL,
Escaped The Sur
Peoria, 111. "I wish to, let every one
know whatLydia E. Pinkham 's Vegetable
Compound has done
forme. For twoy ears
I suffered. The doc
tor said I had a tumor
and the only remedy
was the surgeon's
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today I am a well and
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'from inflammation, and your Sanative
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. for me. You can use my testimonial in
any way you wish, and I will be glad
to answer letters." Mrs. Christina
Reed, 105 Mound St., Peoria, 111.
Mrs. Lynch Also Avoided
Jessup, Pa. "After the birth of my
fourth child, I had severe organic inflam
raation. I would have such terrible pains
that it did not seem as though I could
stand it. This kept up for three long
months, until two doctors decided that
fin operation was needed.
" Then one of my friends recommended
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iYNCH, Jessup, Pa.
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efore submitting to a surgical opera.
Rest, fresh air, and good food do
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Mr. James said the mayor would be
heard after Mr. Bryan had spoken.
Bryan Howled Down.
Mr. Bryan was then allowed to pro
ceed for a moment.
"I was seated in my delegation when
a banner was placed in front of us. I
aeked those in charge of it to remove
it They refused. I went to the Mis
souri delegation and asked the chair
man whether it had been sent there
bv the Missouri delegation. If that act
was an unauthorized one by the per
sons in charge of that banner, I have
nothing to say. But if that was done
by Jhe orders of the Missouri delega
tion, I claim the right to answer the
question thus propounded."
A howl interrupted him.
"The chair regrets to rule that the
gentleman from Nebraska has not
ftated a question of personal privi
lege." A cheer greeted this and Mr. Bryan
lowed and left the stand. As he pass
ed, the Missouri delegation former
Governor A. M. Dockery stopped him
and disclaimed for the delegation, any
connection with the appearance of the
tanner. Mr. Bryan went back to his
seat with the Nebraska delegation.
The convention was in a turmoil
long after Bryan had taken his seat.
There were several fistcuffs among
delegates and the big force of police
men had their hands full quelling the
If you are a housewife you cannot
reasonably hope to be healthy or beau
tiful by washing dishes, sweeping and
doing housework all day, and crawling
into bed dead tired at night. You must
yet out into the open air and sunlight.
If you do this every day and keep your
stomach and bowels in good order by
taking Chamberlain's Tablets when
needed, you should become both heal
thy and beautiful. For sale by all deal
ers. BATTLE STANDARDS.
So Ancient That Their Use Is Men
tioned In the Bible.
The custom of carrying flags or stand
ards In battle dates back at least to
1490 B. C We find in Numbers li, 2,
that "every man of the children of
Israel shall pitch by his own standard
with the' ensign of his father's house."
Each standard of the twelve tribes thus
distinguished was supposed to have
been of a color to correspond with tha
stone in Aaron's breastplate which
bore the name of that tribe. Under the
generic name banner are included many
species, such as standard, ensign, pen
non, flag. etc. These have been used
from earliest times and in all countries
to direct movements of troops.
The earliest Roman standard was
a bundle of straw fixed to the top of
j a spear. This was succeeded by fig
ures of animals, such as the horse and
the boar, which soon gave place to the
eagle, the chief Roman ensign, after
ward assumed by the German and
French emperors. By every warlike
people the banner has been regarded
as aa emblem of national honor, in de
fense of which each soldier was at all
times ready to die, while banners and
flags taken from the enemy have al-
j ways been special trophies of victory
io wmcu piaces or nonor in public
buildings have been assigned.
It Will Prove a Valuable Asset In Busi ness
Memory is an excellent quality, and
every business demands a special mem ory
adapted to its particular needs.
Take the doctor, for example. Ha
has to know a human body better than
its very owner and must carry in his
mind perhaps for years little points
that may be needed for future refer
ence. Medical memory Is quite as im
portant as medical knowfedge.
Every lawyer is obliged to know, as
a child knows its alphabet, the princi
ples of law. and the judge must carry
his trained memory even further.
The editor or subeditor engaged upon
a paper must remember the contents
of his file for many months back. The
stockbroker must depend upon his
memory for much of the information
upon which he operates.
Naturally clergymen must allow their
memories to run upon religious mat
ters, and there are many divines who
can literally repeat whole chapters
from the Scritpures.
Each profession, each business, has
use for a man whose memory can be
trained for the one purpose of applying
it to the particular vocation in which
he is en g.feL Pearson's Weekly.
At The Murray.
Lewis-Oliver Stock company, indefi
nite. Murray Theater.
"Woman Against Woman," a domes
tic comedy drama is pleasing the
crowds at the Murray theater. The plot
of the play deals with love and jeal
ousy, as it exists among the poorer
I-eople of London today. Mable Frost,
ae Bessie and Ethel Van Orden as
Rachael, were the two women who pit
ted their wits in their fight for the
love of John Tressider. The Lewis &
Oliver players are handling the play in
a clever manner. Mr. Carrington, Ed.
Williams and Ed Wolcott were all that
could be asked for in their respective
rcrts. There will be a special matinee
Ht the Murray Theater July 4th.
Starting Thursday and continuing
for three days with a matinee daily,
The World's International Motor Ra
ces, will be shown on the screen at the
Gennett Theater. These pictures are
the best that were ever taken of any
race, and are the most comprehensive
and thrilling reproduction of a race,
ever produced in the entire history of
motograph. These wonderful pictures,
show the starting of the machines, the
throng of 85,000 people who had gath
ered to witness this race, the various
mishaps of the cars, and all the win
rers in their various cars. Also show
ing the time of the winners, and show
ing all the records that were broken.
These pictures are well worth your
vhile, and should not be missed.
Prices for the engagement will be ten
cents for any seat, matinee or night.
The Arcade has an exceptionally fine
program for Wednesday and Thursday.
"Her Diary" is the feature film of the
till. Miss Florence Turner, the "Vita
graph Girl," comes back again to us
n this fine picture. We are glad to
note that her playing is just as re
markable as ever. It is a dramatic,
powerful picture telling the story of
a mother's heart.
The first scene shows us the poor
house, where the old mother receives
a note telling her that her old home is
awaiting for her. It is a dangerous ex
pedient to tell the ending of a story
in the first scene, for if that is done
the producer is bound to hold us, of
he does hold us, by sheer force of
tiuth and humanity. This picture is
strong in both, and holds very truly.
As the mother in the old home slowly
turns the pages of her diary the scene
again and again quietly winks into
Eliadow from which the dream mem
cry is pictured. As this series of mem
oi y scenes becomes ' dramatic. Miss
Turner's acting gets a firmer and firm
er grip on us. This is certainly a de
sirable and well photographed pic
ture. The Palace.
Tonight, Wednesday, Thursday and
Saturday will be three picture attrac
tions at the popular Palace theater.
The following is the program for the
Tonight "The Senorita Butterfly"
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There is more Catarrh in this sec
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few years was supposed to be incur
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pronounced it a local disease and pre
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comedy, "Siam, its Rivers and Canals"
Wednesday, "Costumes of Dif
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Sets the Fashion," comedy, "When the
Heart Calls," drama.
Thursday, "Life Among the Mu
ruts," educational, "His Wife's
Whims," comedy, "Broncho Billy's Bi
ble," western drama.
Friday, "The Fighting Dervishes of
the Desert," drama, "The Husband's
Saturday, "An Eventful Elopement,"
comedy, "The Isbith (Siberia) Fair,"
Fcenic, "The Enchanted Fifer," fairy
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The primal passions are exploited in
"Woman Against Woman" which be
gins the Murray bill this week, the sto-
ry being one of lower class provincial
English life with a transfer to a cock
The play is of the melodramatic or
der beloved of certain classes of audi
ences and is put through with such
theatric form by the Lewis-Oliver peo
ple that applause and curtain calls
were frequently interpolated.
Miss Mabel Frost and Miss Ethel
Van Orden, as the wronged wife and
the villainess, divided honors between
them in the depiction of character.
Miss Van Orden's interpretation of a
certain type of London music hall girl
graduated from the streets being capi
Perhaps the cleverest bit of acting,
detached from its setting and go
h.g on its merits in straight theatrics
without considerations of relativity,
was that of Mr. Jack Carrington as
Ihe father of the leading masculine
character, taken by Mr. Ralph Jool.
Mr. Carrington giving an admirable
impersonation of a village ale-house
habitue and showing himself a come
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With Mr. Bernard Shaw old man
1-arts are ordinarily an irritation be-ci-.use
of the almost universal impossi
bility of the loss of identity in a make
up, but Mr. Carrington's makeup was a
work of art, his personality being com
pletely submerged, thus making the
characterization complete in convinc
irgness. It was a mighty good piece of
The others of the cast were accepta-
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Humility is virtue all preach, none
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