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THE KTCTTMOXD PALLADTUM AND SUX-TELEGRAM, TTESDAT, ISTJY. 25. 13T3
the arrsr.pemer.t made. winner? c?
' the first five choices wil! make their
-Ifct:o:.s of !ot Friday rr.orr.ir.c. th
r.xt fue Saturday afternoon. a::d r
on each h.i'.f i!a. cert:r. Sj:..1ays
RAILROADS PETITION ROBBERS RANSACK
FOR RATE INCREASE: ATTENDANT'S ROOM
COOK TO RECOVER,
Operation Proves Successful
nd Young Man Regains
One of the Fleet to Keen Canal Free From Slides
STABBED IN THE IIEAI)
Carried Four-inch Blades in
His Head For Three
There i6 every posBibility that Rich
ard Cook, who web ptabbed in the
had with a pair of ficinBors, will re
cover, according; to a letter received
by Prosecutor Reller from Cook's
physician at Plqua. Judge Fox and
the pronecutor aecided that an affi
davit of aasault and battery with in
tent to kill will be made against Don
ald Nestor, 20, the confessed ansail
ant. The physician wrote that Hook is
able to walK around at his home and
make three daily trips to the hospital
for examination and treatment.
He is able to give a fairly connect
ed account of the incident of the
n.gbt when he was stabbed, and it is
believed the young man will have a
clear mind in a short time.
His case is one of the most remark
able which has been in the hands of
the medical profession in this vicin
ity In years. Cook was stabbed on
October 6 at 8:30 o'clock in the even
ing. He went at once to a doctor
who looked at his wound and pro
nounced it only a scratch. His brain
refused to recall the incidents of the
evening when he talked with a re
porter less than an hour after the
stabbing. Cook became steadily
worse, and two weeks later was plac
ed under the care of a physician at
Plqua. Three weeks after the stab
bing. Cook was operated upon the the
Ma den of the scissors were removed
from his head. They had been rest
ing against the base of the brain.
Physicians acquainted with the de
tails of the affair said only Cook's re
inarkat le vitality saved him, as many
men would have fulled dead instantly
from the wound. Cook was not uncon
scious until after the operation, when
he hung between life and death for
more than a week.
Prosecutor Keller will go to Piqua
to talk with Cook and secure his ac
count of the stabbing and the conver
sation of Nestor and Cook before the
No hunting on the R.
Leeds farm south of city.
ill 1? II ' JrriJ
J Misfit JtW 1 T-mi ' 3STOW?S$.- I KS.i: "-"'tL
The Pennsylvania ttaiiroad is one
of ?hr prime fact-r.- amonc th- r.i.!
reals or the co-ir.try t start .titatio:.
' a:::ong cff;.-ial .-c;:ro-s ft- a p r
, nt ::.. r- ust- :r tr-Uh it -
i peered that within a few months the
p. tittc-n s-r.ed the majority ef tlu
j r.-ad of th.- et ar.tr w :;i be pre.-e:it t .1
I before the ln-er S''e Ceiuir.t roe ("or.:
i:.:.-.oti a w a'-.'.ig'. i v astv.r.t;
that the iner-ae be tiat.ied
1 he ra;ir a.ii bus th"-.r d- mati'b en
the crouti.S th.it fr.-iRht rates haw
r--n uir.ed the same f r many years
ik.-p.te the '.n t that wares, taxes and
Suction dredge No 83, one of the fleet of dredges which is to keep the canal free from any possible de
posit of earth on the bottom, left there by slides, passing out of Pedro Miguel locks. October 24 This is
the first heavy vessel to pass out of the locks since the linking of the two oceans h the blowing out. Octo
ber 20, of the (Jamboa dike. Thousands of spectators gathered on the walls of the chamber to watch the mon
ster dredge go through the locks.
ANXIOUS FOR lATTLE PLflf llTING GAME iAH,'TIS CRUEL WORLD
Classmen At Annapolis Want ! Carmen Not to Present Peti-! Underhill Avers Goddess of
War, Says Fox.
Classmen at the Annapolis naval
training school are anxious for the
United States to enter into war with
Mexico, according to Wilbur Pox,
tion For Some Time.
Justice Has Eye Open.
The two suits of the Richmond City j child.
Water works company for the condt-ni- mBlm,
nation of land belonging to Alfred C. ' '
Underhill, have been venued to Henry
financial conditions hsvc waverei and
f'r the nus' '.art u.'r uf rj The c t
of cap.tal is steadily i iP:t.g and rail
read no. rever;ue are de ti:;::g. rail
n ad officials t-a
!r: th ir uetaa'id the it'.tds j-ta'e.-
! that the proposed ir.crnise i- mod rate
J and will bear but lightly upon any par
j fieuiar unit id traffic.
OF HER HUBBY
A?octation with vile persons ami
habitual drunkenness is charted i
(iwt-ndolyn Mct'icre of Gieu McCIure
in a divorce et.niplasi.t filed in ( ireuit
cnurt today Mrs Mci'lure asks Ugal'
scoaration and the ens'ody of their
i t o-y ear-old child. Anna May
i Mr and Mis McClure led t. aether
j frm Kehruary ' tmtll August. U-ll
i tie says mat 'luring mat time ne car
ried im liis associations with unlit per
is and was intoxicated much of the
time. She also alieses that he failed
to provide for her and that he is an
unfit perron for the custody of the
Wh'U Charts Purnw ..rd . 1.
(erstret. e;t:p'.oes at i ha .
-ere at the stables betwit:: "..i and
i i h- K t ":: s nu-rr..:.t. .- :ic ..-ts-red
their :. iin. w hii a ; near the
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AT MOUTON t'AHK
Local street car men probably will
not present their petition for a raise
in wages until after the public utili
ties commission has passed upon the
grandson of Judge Henry C. Fox of I petition of the Indianapolis strikers, i county. The defendant says he can
the Wayne Circuit court. Fox is a : Th mnnv rsfus) to ae-odA to not secure justice in the courts of
the requests submitted and the street Wayne county because of the public-
car men feel that they would not be
Stock'.o'.ilers of tie Morton Uike
and IV.tk company dr.-w ti-r . !:oi. . of
!o's lr tise park Saturda e.-r.in: at
the I'onimf r la! club Th.e -t h k :.. '.VS
, rt- w.re fir-t an anted In aiplmb
c:! order to draw lor turn in
ir.g tiieir lots The entire ptoced
for the 77 tHklnc part on'ir.ni t
hiur and a half
S W Gaar. Nortii Thirtv.-
str-et. won flr-t choice A(ordini;
If vri are jt- e pat itr?ut
d sfrss jra :tr l.vfr ar.a be
e a-e .U iv ictuf. Pi.t to t"C
rot n t.s c c urge a
It is con-poonjed rscrr to
rtiif opa c- I- i Poor Ac-
t a 1 1 ? n .
VSc.-.k D'sest.on. Cortti
Try a bottle tcaay.
second classman and holds the rauk
Midshipman Fox would be unable to
engage in any battles, he has written j doing their case justice if they sub
file judge, but the members of the first ' mitted their case before the commis
claas who have attended the training : fiion hai(ls down its decision in the
academy almost tour years, would be
sent out. Only these who have at
tended the navy training school for
lour years will be allowed to enter
battle ships in case there is need for
additional commissioned officers.
ity the newspapers have given him. I
Underhill refused to allow the wa
ter works company lay a water mala
across his land, following the blowing
up of the main by him a short time
before the new main was laid.
The only other outlet of the com- ;
pany to this city leads through a small
strip of Underbill's land and Under- j
hill attempted to restrain tho construe-:
tion of tho main. '
Superintendent Gordon is of the
opinion that the Richmond employes
will receive an increase In wages
when the company receives the pe-
Judge Fox is much pleased with the : tition, but will not undertake to es-
nttitnHe sdinwn tiv hi tvu n di-m nn1 timrttti th amnnnt of rhp irier:i
the general spirit of the United : The street car men will hold a I MRS. HADLOW TELLS
States navy training school, as Fox meeting some time in the near future
describes it in his letters. He says : to select a committee to bear their
the members of the school are filled i petition to the general superintendent.
with patriotism and fighting snirit. I G- K. Jeffries, when he announces that j
, he is prepared to talk the matter over
. ! w'th them.
OF ROUGH SEA TRIP!
Hubert Hodapp Taken
Reid Hospital Where
Wound Is Dressed.
Fred R. Burton. 24, clerk, city, and
Lucile Pitts. '24, . bster.
Herbert George Weidner, 29, piano
maker, city, and Hilda Bulach, 1'8,
The w ife and family of H. H. Had-j
low. superintendent of the Richmond
district of the Public Savings lnsur-1
ance company, arrived in Richmond i
Saturday night from England. They
left Southampton November 4 on the j
White Star liner. Majestic. On the :
fmirth rtav nut ffnm FnfftMiid it warfi
SAYS FIRE CHIEF feared the ship would become a total!
. I wreck, and lifeboats were manned in j
Recanse the tierson who turned in the readiness. Mrs. Hadlow was unable I
I j MUST REMAIN
AT ALARM BOX
j alarm, calling the lire department, to j to leave her cabin for seven days.
Births. Ithe home of Mrs. ilia Lamb. 5 Sher- Mr. and Mrs. Hadlow have taken up
Mr. and Mrs. Farl Hunter. 215 South : man street, yesterday did not remain ! their residence on Lincoln street. Mrs.
Fifth street, hoy. at the box to direct' the department, j Hadlow is a daughter of the late Cap-
Mr. and Mrs. Alfred N'olte, 41S Pearl the companies w ere delaved, having to i tain X. P. Hanyard of the Seventh
street, boy. inauire several nlaces in the vicinity i Iragoon Guards regiment, who saw
Mr. and Mrs. Harry P. Bran nan, 17 1 before the fire was located. Fire Chief
Hubert Hodapp, of Joneaboro, a
Bridge avenue, girl. ; Miller said the department could reach
Deaths and Funerals. j tires much quicker ii persons turning
ATKINS Mrs. Margaret Atkins, 0 j in alarms would always remain at the
died la?t night. Arrangements for the 1 box until the first company arrived,
funeral have not been made. She is ' The blaze at Mrs. Lamb's house
I survived by a sou. John Atkins, Day-: was caused by sparks dropping on the
I ton: two daughters, Mrs. Thomas ' roof. Only a few shingles were burned.
active service in the English-Egyptian
war in 1RS2 and 1SSS. Before her
marriage she was a trained hospital
nurse, graduating with honors after
three years' training.
victim of a painful injury in which
his left hand was badly lacerated as
he was chopping meat, 'iturday. His
hand slipped into the cutting machine
n II fl tVlT- finirrai v.To l.M rl 1 1- t-rii ' Tl t
. , in i 01 v uiii iani j
lllilJMieil. no ' , ,. . ,. , . r- ,
teer iniantry. uiea .vionuay ac toe 01
the palm of the hand mashed. He
was taken to the Reld Memorial Hos
pital where the Injuries were dressed.
It was first believed the fingers of his
hand must he amputated but later it
was found that the operation would
not be necessary.
Thornton. Mrs. Lizzie Harr's; a sister, ',
Mrs. Charles Adams, 'Odessa, Mich., a !
brother. John Hogston. ;
CACHING William Gauding. a for
mer resident of this city, and a mem-
A chimney burning out at the home I NEW MADISON, O., Nov. 25. The .
of Patrolman Henry Vogelsong, 334 local high school basketball team was'
South Ninth street, was the cause of , defeated last niaht bv the Whitewater
by a score pf 2S !
a run by the department today. No
high school team
OF STEAMER'S TRIP
Members of Crew of Wild
Rover Say Ship Will
Make 2 Voyages.
diers' Home in Dayton, Ohio. The
body will be brought to this city for
burial. Arrangements for the funeral
have not been made.
HANNING The funeral of William
Hanning. who v as stricken with apop
lexy at his son's home on Asylum
avenue Sunday, will be held at the
home at lifpi o'clock Wednesday af
ternoon. The Rev. Conrad Huber. of
St. Paul's Evangelical Lutheran church
! will have charge of the services. Sons
of the late Mr. Hanning will act as
pall bearers. Interment will be in the
POLICE HOLD BOYS
FOR PARENTS' WORD
Under INJew Management
Richmond Steam Laundry
Now Owned and Operated by
Scott B. Markley John H. Markley, George C. Burkert
We Want Your WorR
PHONE 1231 OUR WAGON WILL CALL
Basket Social and Play
Navigation by deep sea vessels will
close on Morton lake next Sunday
when the good shin Wild Rover clears
the harbor for the last time this sea
son. First Mate Floyd H. Groce an
nounced today that the ship will get
tinder way just twice more this vear.
Until w ord is received from their j
parents police will bold t tiaries
Thompson. 16. and Charles Orr, 16,
! two Peru boys, who ran away from ; two miles northeast of the city, on Friday
! their homes Saturday evening. They
spent Saturday night in Marion. Sun-
! day in Muncie and arrived in Rich- j Class" of "The Columbian Sunday School
mond on a C. & O. freight last night.
This is the second time the boys
A "Basket Social." and a "Play" entitled "The Rough Diamond" will be
; given at the School House, District Number Six, on the Mlddleborough Pike,
This social will be givtn under the auspices of the "Young People'3
of this place.
All ladies are asked to bring baskets or pies, to be sold.
fl E3 p
In order to accomodate those
who cannot buy during the
day, we have decided to be
open tonight until 9 o'clock,
and Wednesday night until
1 0 o'clock. We have engaged
extra help in our alteration
room so you can have your
garments for Thanksgiving.
QUR SALE WILL SOON CLOSE
Open an account today or to
morrow. Everything in our
store is reduced specially for
AY AS YOU EARN"
More Value Less Money
White. Standard. Gold
en Star. Daytonia
Sterling Sells for S1S.C0
Need'es. Oils and Repairs
U. M. LACEY,
9 South 7th. Phone 1756
See Our Ad in the Sattirdav
Evening: Post This Week
THFN you'll know why
N) lo Clhooolatr are
o rcmarkahlr popular.
They are nhsolutrly pure
and wholesome no arti
ficial coloring or artificial
flavoring just "pure
Our stock atwaya
fresh. Once you try them
you'll alwnya buy them.
Come into our ttorc. 1 aLe
a box home totlay. They
are so ileliciou. Sity
cents to one dollar and a
i.'.i-. . j
She will be steamed up for pleasure i
i have left home, although the first at- j
.;L T """""' -P-, Thompson, some
: ' " " "" .V T 10 . r"aT ! dianapolis with
f ti, ,,,,.1 ko.. 1 :....ot nis patent.
to two and one half miles
tempt was not made together, oung
time ago. went to la-
out getting permission
In September Charles
ind went to St. Louis.
i Thompson's father. Eugene Thomp
: son. is superintendent of the Model
j Gas Engine works at Peru, and Orr's
father is representative of an insur
j ance company.
In 1 897 a few memhers of Hoken-
dauqua trihe of Ked Men assembled ,
and decided to petition lor a ehaner
for a hnyloft. which Is an auxiliary
to the Red Men. aud May 20 the char
ter was granted The loft was named
Hokondauo.ua Hayloft No lptjtg. The
object of the organization is to cre
ate good fellowship among members
Asddo from this a bent fi; is paid sick
members Since the granting of the
charter many hundreds of dollars have
been paid those who have been "un
nble to make h-iy ." From the start
the loft attracted attention The mem
bership is more tuan one hundred. To
Incite further interest in the loft, club
rooms have been established in the
Colonial building They are fitted
with suitable and comfortable furni
ture. The Haymakers hold r-s'i;:T
meetings each Tuesday evcr'rv:
RETURN TO INDIA
ARRANGE TO GIVE
Under a recent system inaugurated
by E. P Goodwin, superintendent of f
transportation of the Chesapeake &
Ohio railroad. Frpieht 4eent Gren- I
sireet and Yardmaster Clevenger re
ceive a weekly bulletin from the of- Sf
uce ot ine transportation aepartment
telling of the conditions of freight
service, where the cars are in surplus
and whei e in shortage and at what
points they are needed Immediately.
Uy this departure from the usual sys
tern employed in transportation circles '
agents and yardmasters on the cIItI- 1
sion are able to keep In close touch j
to that in case of a shortage at one'
' OT.t the necessary relief may be given :
within a few hours. The agents and i
ON A COLD MORNING
YTou will appreciate the value of JEWEL jCOAL
It ignites at once. It turns cheerily. It lasts in
definitely. It leaves no soot stringers.
Hackman, Klehfoth & Go.
Our office and yard will be closed Thanksgiving Day
X-l "L ' J' I"JIILI HPI '.-nifiii i u mtwrmmmmm i . a iJyywfyir
ii'f i in ! ii riii mi ii i aiiniii ii TiTiMf il'-llaiaWitkfo fc
Turkeys Ducks Chickens
We Can Supply You with a Nice Turkey.
Will Have Some Fine Little Hens.
21C Dozen FLORIDA ORANGE SALE 21 c Dozen
These Are Sweet and Juicy, Regular 30c Size
5r Each FLORIDA GRAPE FRI IT 5c Each
These Are Heavy and Ripe
Bessue Mir.ce Meat. 15c Jar. Good Quality.
New Figs. Dates, Nuts. Raisins, Thanksgiving Currants,
New Meats of all kinds, Shelled Nuts. Malaga Grapes, etc.
In fact everything to complete your Thanksgiving dinner.
Mirdmasters in turn file their weekly!
".-ports with the department showing,
the number of cars in the yards, the;
condition and the general situation at j
Dr. Rosa I.ee Oxer and Miss Kisie H
Gordon, who have been guests of Dr. Ilheir Particular station
nnd Mrs. Walls, 21 South Tenth street,
who left last week for Philadelphia,
will said for England. Wednesday. Aft
er a few weeks in England they win
urney to India where they will en
gage In missionary work.
Your Photograph Nothing will add more to
the Christmas pleasure of the friends and kins
folk at home.
Thle year's crop of Formosan teas
is reported to be better than prerious
f ' many seasons.
C. 4 O. WILL BUY 2.000 COAi. CARS
The C. & O. railroad is in the mar
ket for 2.0u0 coal cars. The road is
developing: its extensive milling inter-!
ests In Virginia, and extra cars are
needed in the transportation of coal to
Palladium Want Ads Pay
A Few Specials
Cream to Whip. Baked Ham. Jones Little Pig Sausages
Pure Lard. Little Pig Breakfast Bacon, Good Sweet Cider.
Good Coffee Roasted Fresh, a feature; include a pound in
Your Orders Are Appreciated and Will Be
722 MAIN ST RiCHMONatNa
The Photographer in Your Town
1035 MAIN STREET
Cream to whip. Try our Coffee
H. C. HADLEY
hen you think of "high quality po
tatoes" think of me and ask your
grocer, or call 2441.
L. D. HAWLEY
If You arc
Or In Pain
Give Me a Call
Y. II. IJAXTER, D. C.
Rooms 305-307 Colonial Building
Cor. 7th . Main Phone. 195S
Very uM about the bou.
Also Batteries and Electric
43 North 8th Street