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xttE RICHMOND PALLADIUM AND SUN-TELEGBA3I. TUESDAT AUGUST 27, 1912.
PAGE THREE. tELEBRATIOIl BY THE LUTHERAN CHURCH W 1917 the 400th Anniver- sary of Its Founding Is to Be Observed. , (Palladium Special) v DAYTON. Ohio, Aug. 27. The Lu theran Joint synod, in biennial session lb ere, voted its approval of the plan of appropriately observing the four-hun-jdredth anniversary of the Lutheran )ehurch on October 31, 1917. In the 400 years of growth the Lu theran church has made remarkable strides Today the Lutheran church Intrmbers 75,000,000 communicants, which is more than any Protestant de nomination in the world has. The Joint synod has issued a call to all Luther an bodies to appoint tne necessary committees for an international cele- rbration. In commemoration of the day. the Joint synod will raise a fund of $250,000 for the church extension fund. A resolution presented by Rev. J. C. Felger of San Antonio, Texas, pro viding for the erection of a tubercular sanitarium near San Antonio, was pre sented and passed. Already 100 acres In the district in which the sanitarium Is to be located have been purchased lour miles from San Antonio. The in stitution will be open to all creeds, but will be operated under the auspices of the Lutheran church. The approxi mate cost is expected to be $60,000. F. W. Loewenstein, pastor of Grace Evangelical Lutheran church in New Orleans Is chairman of the district in which the hospital is to be located, and It is to him that much of the cred it for securing the sanitarium is due. r"' STORY OF A WILL i Plans For Gigantio Accumulation j That Wore Frustrated. ! In 1797 there died in London a merchant named Peter Thelusson. of foreign extraction, who bequeathed 100,000 to bis wife and children and the rest of his property, amounting to upward of 000,000. to trustees, with Instructions that the money was to be Invested and the interest suffered to accumulate until his three sons and all their sons should have died, when the entire property was to be transferred to his eldest great-grandson. In the event of no such beir being then alive the accumulated property was to be appropriated to the reduction of the national debt. ' Many calculations were made as to the probable amount which the accu mulations were likely to reach, and ac cording to the lowest computation it was believed that the sum would in seventy years amount to 19.000.000. The family of the deceased disputed the validity of the will, and some years were passed in litigation, the result be ing that the document was declared valid, but' an act of parliament was passed in 1800 rendering null and void all bequests for the purposes of ac cumulation for longer than twenty years after the testator's death. j The last grandson of Peter Thelusson j died In 1ST.6. fifty-nine years after the t death of the author of the will. Pro 'longed litigation again ensued, and when, in 1859. the bouse of lords de cided that Charles Thelusson was the beir the legal expenses and costs of maintenance were found to have swal lowed up the wbole of the accumulat ed profits, leaving to the heir a sum as nearly as possible equal to the original .bequest. Pearson's. A Domostio Tragedy. Tour wife isn't entertaining m j much as she was?" "No. She "hasn't any soeial secre j tary now." j "How Is thatr "Why. she had a secretary, you j know, and I didn't like her. I smiled ! at her sweetly. My wife saw van. One of us had to go." Cleveland Plain I Dealer. . THREE YEARS OF MISERY Mr Burnside Escaped an Op eration by Taking Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound. i Mahoningtown, Pa, "For three years p suffered untold misery every month. and had to stay in bed the first two or three days. I also had a displacement and other ailments peculiar to women. I became so weak and run down I could scarcely walk across the floor. "The doctor told me I would never be well unless I would undergo an operation, but I was advised "by my mother to take Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound and after I had ta ken four bottles I am strong and well. I Jhave got others to take your medicine' with the same good results and they can Hot say enough for it. " Mrs. J. A. Burn bide, Mahoningtown, Pa. Thousands of unsolicited and genuine testimonials like the above prove the ef ficiency of Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegeta ble Compound. - Women who suffer from those distress ing ills should not lose sight of these facts ior doubt the ability of Lydia E. Pink ham's Vegetable Compound to restore itheir health. Tf you have the slightest doubt that Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegeta Compound -will help you, write (to Lydia E.lMnkham Medicine Co. I (confidential) Lynn, Mass., for ad rice. Your letter will be opened, (read and answered by a woman, pad held in strict confldenoe A Physician's Report on Tuberculosis Medicine "Have used Eckman's Alterative in several cases of tubercular glands of the neck, with excellent results every time. In one case it cost me $o0, for the girl was put on it only until she could arrange to be operated, and In a short time an operation was not needed. I suppose your records are just as fine as of old. You know my faith in it." (Original of physician's letter on file.) Eckman's Alterative is effective in other forms. Read what Mrs. Garvin says: Idaho Falls, Idaho. "Gentlemen: I have gained twenty two pounds since last February and my baby is in perfect health. She is now four months old. I do not cough or raise anything at all. I believe my lung trouble is cured." (Signed Affidavit) Mrs. M. H. Garvin. Eckmun's Alterative is effective in Bronchitis, Asthma, Hay Fever; Throat and Lung Troubles, and in up building the system. Does not con tain poisons, opiates or habit-forming drugs. For sale by A G. Luken & Co. and other leading druggists. Ask for booklet telling of recoveries and write to Eckman Laboratory, Philadelphia, Pa., for additional evidence. Amusements At The Palace. "Man's Genesis," a brilliant comedy, also "The Brave Little Indian," drama, was witnessed Monday at the Palace by large crowds.' The remainder of the week's program consists of the following: Tuesday, "A Story of Montana," western drama; "A Persistent Love," comedy, and "A Lively Affair," comedy. Wednesday, "A Western Courtship," western drama, "Rock of Ages," dra ma. Thursday, "The Half-breed's Foster Sister," Mexican drama, "The Sands of Dee," drama. Friday, "Fantasca, the Gypsy," dra ma, "The Would-be Shriner," comedy, and "Willie Becomes an Artist," com edy. On Saturday, "In Mooreland," educa tional, "A War Time Romance," dra ma, and "The Soldier of Susanna," drama. A vast amount of ill health is due to impaired digestion. When the stomach fails to per form its functions properly, the whole system becomes deranged. A few doses of Chamberlain's Tablets is all you need. They-will strengthen your digestion, in vigorate your liver, and regulate your bowels, entirely do ing away with that miserable feeling due to faulty digestion. Try it. Many others have been permanently cured why not you? For sale by all dealers. HOW TO KILL CATERPILLARS. Lettuce Leaves Recommended a Diet For the Pests. It begins to look as if the destructive brown tail and gypsy moths and the pestiferous caterpillar have been con quered at last. A simple diet of let tuce leaves, it has been found, is the easiest and best way to get rid of them. All that you have to do if the caterpillars are spoiling your shrubs and trees Is to catch one or two of them and feed them on some lettuce that has been soaking in water four days. After they have eaten all they care to, turn the caterpillars loose again. They will do the rest The explanation is simple. It has been discovered that watered lettuce leaves give caterpillars the cholera. One caterpillar so Infected quickly spreads the disease among Its fellows. In Massachusetts the epidemic is spreading among caterpillars, brown tails and gypsies, much to the delight of the state entomologists, who almost despaired of ever getting rid of the pests. A caterpillar suffering from cater pillar cholera or wilt disease, soon stops eating, according to the explana tion offered by Professor William Reiff of Harvard. It becomes weak and lazy and usually crawls up on some object, as the trunk of a tree, a fence, a wall or other verlcal surface, where it remains without motion. In a few hours there drops from its mouth a blackish liquid: the caterpillar becomes more and more flaccid, one leg after another loses its support, and finally the creature, reduced to a black skin, bangs de. d. still holding on with one or two of s false feet How to Cure Toothache. Here's a quick remedy for toothache that is easily prepared and applied and should be more widely known. Melt white wax or spermaceti two parts and when melted add carbolic acid crystals one part and chloral hy drate crystals two parts. . Stir well un til dissolved. While still liquid. Im merse thin layers of carbolized ab sorbent cotton and allow them to dry. When required for use a small piece may be snipped off and slightly warm ed, when it can be Inserted In the hol low tooth, where It will solidify. The ease produced by this simple remedy is really very great and is almost In stantaneous. How to String Bead. Dental floss is the best thing on which to string pearl, coral or glass beads. The floss may be bought at any large drug store for 10 or 12 cents a spool. To fasten the end neatly to the clasp run the floss through the two end beWBB. then through the ring on the clasp and back through the two end beads, knotting between the second and third beads. By knotting the floss frequently between the beads only a few will drop off if the chain should ever break, thus saving the beads and perhaps avoiding an embarrassing a ad trying situation. How to Dry Hair. Drying the children's hair does not take half as long if the towels are heat ed. With a radiator it is a simple mat' ter to keep several towels warm, and by using them in retaMoa it-fa surpris- Politics and Politicians Colonel Rrjosevelt is to speak at the Minnesota State fair early in Septem ber. Arthur E. Reimer, the Socialist La bor candidate for President, is only 35 years old. The Progressive party in New York State has selected for its official em biem a moosehead within a black square. W. Bourke Cockran, formerly the star orator of Tammany Hall, has de clared himself in favor of Roosevelt for president. William J. Bryan has promised to slump the State of Indiana this fall In the interest of the Democratic national j and state tickets. Col. John T. McGraw, Democratic rational committeeman from West j Virginia, has announced his candidacy for the seat of United States Senator , Watson. It is said that more representatives in Congress have voluntarily declined to stand for renomination this year than ever before in the history of the government. The Democrats had 162 votes in the electoral college four years ago. They roust have 266 votes in the next elec toral college in order to elect the pres ident. Kentucky has the largest number of negro voters 75,000. Pennsylvania comes second with 70,000 and Mary land, New York, Missouri and Illinois come next in the list. Comparatively few persons are ac quainted with the fact that since An drew Jackson no President of the United States has served two consecu tive terms except Gen. Grant. Rev. Aaron S. Watkins, the Prohibi tion party candidate for vice president of the United States, will be formally notified of his nomination at his home in Ada, O., on Sept. 5. Representative John W. Dwight of the Thirtieth New York district, who has been the Republican whip of the House for several years, has decided that he will not again be a candidate for Congress. The contest for the Republican nom ination for governor of Massachusetts this year is between Joseph Walker, former speaker of the State assembly end Everett C. Benton, a former mem ber of the governor's council. The women are to vote this year for President in the States of Colorado, Wyoming, Utah, Idaho, California and Washington. The six States have a to tal of thirty-eight votes in the Elector al college. The Swedish-American Republican Ltague, for many years an influential factor in Illinois politics, has decided to take no active part in the present campaign because of dissension in its membership caused by the formation of the third party. It is estimated that 5,000,000 new voters will appear in the general elec tions next November. There will be 3,650,000 male voters enfranchised by age alone, and about 1,350,000 women and newly naturalized citizens. NOTICE! County Council Meeting. Notice is hereby given that the Wayne County Council will hold its regular annual meeting at the Com missioners' Court Room, September 3rd and 4th, 1912, for the purpose of fixing the rate of the county tax levy and making appropriations. It L. S. Bowman, Auditor. THE GREATEST EVIL. The Persian author Saadi tells a story of three sages Greek, an Indian and a Persian who in the presence of the Persian monarch debated this question: Of all evils incident to humanity which is the greatest? The Grecian declared, "Old age oppressed with poverty; the Indian answered, "Pain with impatience," while the Persian, bow ing low, made answer, "The great-' est evil, O king, that I can con ceive is the couch of death without one good deed of life to light the darksome way." Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription Is the best of all medicines for the cure of diseases, disorders and weaknesses peculiar to women. It is the only preparation of its kind devised by a regularly gradu ated physician an experienced and skilled specialist in the diseases of women. It is a safe medicine in any condition of the system. THE ONE REMEDY which contains no alcohol and no injurious habit-forming drags sad which creates no craving for such stimulants. THE ONE REMEDY so good that its maker are not afraid to print its every ingredient on each outside bottle wrapper and attest to the truthfulness of die same under oath. It is sold by medicine dealers everywhere, end any dealer who hasn't it eaa get it. Don't take a substitute of unknown composition for this medicine or known composition. No counterfeit is as good as the genuine and the druggist who says something else is "just as good as Dr. Pierce's" is either mistaken or is trying to deceive you for his own selfish benefit. Sueh a man is not to be trusted. He is trifling with your mast priceless possession your health may be your life itself. St that yon get what yarn esk for. , Richmond Dry Cleaning Co. CASH BEALL, Prop. MEN'S SUTTS, Dry Cleaned, Pressed and Delivered .....$1.00 LADIES' LONG UNLINED COATS $1.00 SKIRTS, PLAIN OR PLEATED 75c New up-to-date plant, 7th and South K. Phone Your Orders, Wagon W4-CalT ftoBe. 1Q72, 2411, 1906. Vacation Trips via C & O. Yery reduced round trfp rates oi isls Jta lt to Sept. SOOi to New York, Boston. Atlantic City. Old Poiat Comfort, and other Jersey Coast and Virginia seashore resorts. Stop-overs at Washington. Baltimore, Philadelphia. Watte Sulphur brings, and other attractive points. Delightful tours by Ocean, Lake. River and BaXL . Smmi tor paaapaleL C A BLAIR. Ticket Agent, Home Tel. 38 ZEMO SOAP FREE Declared to Be the Most Wonderful Medicated Soap Known. With every trial 23-cent bottle of the wonderful Zemo for all skin afflictions you get a free trial cake of Zemo Soap, the best medicated soap produced; al so their guide book on how to care for the skin and remove all trace of dis ease. Zemo soap lathers fine, makes the hands smooth, is a dandy head j wash and you will grow to depend up on it. Zemo liquid cures all skin Irri tations and makes children happy. Re-1 turn the bottle of Zemo if you don't like it and get your 25 cents as it is fully guaranteed by druggists every- where and in Richmond by the Quigley Drug Stores. Zemo and Zemo Soap are prepared by E. W. Rose Medicine Co., St. Louis. Mo., and their guarantee is as good as gold. FACTS ON FINANCE. How to Make Matrimony a Perfect Success. Many people wbose marriages have been unhappy trace their first misun derstanding to money matters. Most of us know of bitter quarrels in other wise contented families over questions that have only to do with money. Why is this? It is probably because people fail at the very beginning, when they are young, to realise that upon money the practical end of their life must be built and that a fair, honorable, open money basis is the only possible foun dation for happiness. Is this merce nary? Nothing of the sort, only pru dent and farseeing and understanding. How little the bride takes all this in and how absolutely certain she is of the generosity of her young husband and of her own foresight and economy! The importance of keeping accounts cannot be exaggerated. Of more im portance to every young couple than a piano or lace curtains or even an au tomobile is a family account book, in which is entered every item of income and expense from the very first day of their housekeeping. And this for two reasons because it teaches them what they can learn in no other way. the real cost of maintaining the different departments of a home, and because it establishes between husband and wife more quickly than all the love making in the world that priceless thing confidence. The husband may have his personal column and the wife hers. Every cent need not be item ized, but marriage is a partnership, and the money spent to "run the busi ness." so to speak, must be there set down in black and white, open to each, impossible to criticise, evade or misun derstand. Every one needs a practical basis upou which to live their lives, and this basis can be gafned in no better way than through the safe and open pages of a common account book. There need never be an insinuating look or a bit ter word between two people who share intimately the relations and dis couragements of income 'and expense. Also is not money a trust, and does not this make the accounting of it a duty? And in no way will an inexperienced young couple learn better how to use It How to Sweep Thread. In sweeping a carpet it is sometimes difficult to get up long hair or threads of stuff. The best way is to brush lightly round and round Instead of straight along, says the Louisville Her ald. All threads will then be forced in a sort of ball and can be easily pick ed off the broom. How to Keep Lemons Fresh For Weeks. Place lemons in a vessel filled with cold water as soon as they come from the grocer's. Keep ln an ordinarily cool place, and the lemons will keep perfectly for a surprisingly long time. They have, been kept fresh and hard in this way for six weeks. Harper's Ba zar. How to Make the Fern Grow Evenly. A Boston fern, standing in a sunny window, had grown very one sided. A mark was put.on the pot and the plant was turned just enough each day to !ring the mark back to, the starting lace In a week. The fronds then grew evenly and fast. HOW TO USE COSMETICS. Methods of Assisting Nature In Beau tifying the Face. "Making up often has a distinctly beneficial effect upon character, and many women who habitually use cos metics are justified in attempting to beautify themselves." This theory was propounded by a leading medical man who has devoted considerable attention to the practice among society women of making up. who thinks the results of his observa tion show that the common attitude of condemning the woman who makes use of face pastes, paints and powders is often wrong. "Appearance means such a lot to a woman, mentally as well as socially," he said, "that she is justified in aiding or improving nature if she sees fit "Making up is Indeed essential to the happlne of some women. A girl who has some slight personal defect a scar, a poor complexion or bloodless lips, for example is enormously handi capped. "The knowledge of her defect, the thought that others may notice and talk about it. makes her shy and lack ing in self confidence. "She shuns other people's society on this account and becomes morbid and miserable, missing much of the joy in life. "Now, why should such a girl be punished for a defect that she can con ceal? Why should she shrink from using artificial means to hide her blem ish for fear of what the world may say? "I know one case of a life absolute ly ruined simply because of complex ion troubles, and I know of several cases where women have become hap py and nseful members of the commu nity through making up. "So as long as a woman's makeup is not so obvious as to be objectionable her means to an end are justifiable. She does no one any harm, and she does herself a great deal of good. "The knowledge that her particular defect is no longer visible to all be holders gives her a contented mind, and that has its inevitable result upon her character and outlook on life. "She becomes self possessed instead of self effacing, a welcome acquaint ance instead of a shunned one. "Actresses are women for whom I have the warmest admiration. They are mostly warm hearted, sensible and cheerfu!. That is because they make the best of themselves in face and form." Children Cry The Kind You Have Always Bought has borne the signa ture of Chas. M. Fletcher, and has been made under his personal supervision for over ftO years. Allow no one " to deceive you in this. Counterfeits, Imitations and " Just-aa-srood" are but experiments, and endanger the health of Children Experience ag-ainst .Experiment. What is CASTORIA Castoria is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil, Pare- gorie, Drops and Soothing- Syrups. It contains neither Opium, Morphine nor other Narcotic substance. It de stroys Worms and allays Feverishness. For more than thirty years it has been in constant use for the relief of Constipation, Flatulency, Wind Colic, all Teethinjf Trou bles and Diarrhoea. It regulates the Stomach and I towels, assimilates the Food, giving healthy and natural sleep. The Children's Panacea The Mother's Friend. The Kind You Have Always Bought ' Bears the In Use For Over 30 Years THK CCNTAUN COMPANY. TT MUftRAV tTMIT, NEW YOMK CITY. CHAUTAUQUA Campers and Visitors REMEMBER Schwegman's Meat Market Carries the Largest and Choicest Stock of Fresh Cured, Smoked and Salted Meats in the city. Dressed Chickens at all times. Lard, Sausage and prepared Luncheon Meats. Phones 1084 and 2204. Free and prompt Delivery. DR. : fa levm tjhis rr, hi OWVXCU AJTD lATCBDAT OW MA Ceaeultetlea I passes is. F v ruv ims. TmmmXm mm. umaw ez nusn and TJlerat! t tmm HOW TO RENOVATE PARASOLS Dainty Touchee That Simple Needle work Will Effect. If your last summer parasols are too dilapidated to ose get them out and study their possibilities. Some whose covering Is only soiled, not faded, may be cleaned and freshened by embroid ery or a covering of net or chiffon; others may need new tops. The latter can be added at home by a skilled needlewoman, but if distrust ful of one's ability do the embroidery first and take the frame and covering to a professional to be mounted. Remember that the distance between spokes may vary, so la removing the cover mark a certain spoke with a thread and number the sections from that In this way It will be easy to get the new cover In Its right position. Cut each section from the old one. allowing a trifle more for seams if the edges have been cut Baste carefully, fit to the frame, then sew the seams firmly, and the cover Is ready for its embroidery or further decoration. This may be done before mounting or after the cover Is firmly tacked to the frame. When a design Is detached each section can be worked before the panels are basted together. For braid ing It Is easier to mount the cover than work with both hands, as on a standard frame. A plain white linen parasol may be given a decided air by working in the panels sprays of flowers In eyelet em broidery and outline for the seams or entirely In solid embroidery. An ef fective parasol of white pongee has bunches of wild carrot worked In tho panels. Two sizes of sprays are used, a bold one In every alternate panel, with a 6ingle flower on the others. The flower panicles are worked in French knot In heavy Roman floss, the foliage done In slanting satin stitch. A parasol of pale gray linen was glv en a fine Inch border of deep rose sew ed on the outside of the parasol. The t joining was concealed by a line of wild roses worked In several tones of pink, with pale yellow centers and green stems. Any linen or silk parasol could be changed by adding a similar border in a deeper tone of its own shade or in a contrasting color. Ilarmonlze the two sections by a conventional de sign worked in self tones. A violet linen cover could have a deep purple border and vines of clematis worked in purple shades. for Fletcher's V V Signature of There Is a Satisfaction in Knowing Whatever The Sign of Good Pictures advertise, the program will be the very latest and most up-to-date films shown in the city. Our program for the week con sists of very realistic and pleasing pictures and will furnish merri ment for the children. Fifty min utes enjoyment for the usual admis sion. PALACE THEATER J. A. WALLS SPECIALIST rot txtK DATS MOXDAT, DAY, aad erne saoata'a mm TREATS DISEASES Of THI THROAT. IXTiron nsrs3 vol nor a a rfoo a c tr o n . ' lea-y r falUcsr fits). Caaeer. Private and Marrs vstsur Utr front ladiaeretlf PUea, witboat $100 Reward, $100 The readers of this paper will - be pleased to learn that there ts at least one dreaded disease that science has been able to cure in all its stage, and that Is Catarrh. Hall's Catarrh Cure is the only positive cure new known to the medical fraternity. Catarrh being a constitutional disease, requires constitutional treatment. Hall's Ca tarrh Cure is taken internally, acting directly upon the blood and mucous rorfaces of the system, thereby de stroying the foundation of the disease, and giving the patient strength by building up the constitution and as sisting nature in doing its work. The proprietors have so much faith in its curative powers that they offer Ona Hundred Dollars for azy case that It fails to cure. Send for list of testi monials. Address F. J. CHENEY A CO.. To ledo. Ohio. Sold by all Druggists. 7$c. Take Hall's Family Pills for consti pation. The Traitors Gate. One of the most famous entrance ha the world is ' doubtless the ancient Traitors' gate. In the Tower of London It was through this portal for several centuries that traitors were conducted from the shores of the river Thames into the tower. To Americans probably the most familiar of these unfortunates was Sir Walter Raleigh. Pilo's! PilosI Pilos! Williams' Indian Plls Ointment will cure Blind. Bleedtns and It china Piles. 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