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THE RICHMOND PALLADIUM AND SUN-TELEGRAM. TUESDAY, NOV. 23. 1913
The Richmond Palladium
Published Every Evening Except Sunday, by
Palladium Printing Go.
Masonic Building. Ninth and North A Streets.
R. G. Leeds, Editor. E. H. Harris, Mgr.
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functions for them that they themselves had per-;
formed for the smaller banks. 1
Thus Wall Street becomes the clearing house
for the whole country and has control of the na
tion's vast credit which, by this peculiar system
of centralization, has there become pyramided.
And when we recall that Wall Street is so
close to the Stock Exchange, as virtually to be '
that Exchange itself, we can understand how the '
fluid capital of the country flows into the hands
of a very small number of men who are able to
manipulate it in their own interests. i
BITTLER SEEKS JOB
George A Bittlr. deputy namx-T
in 'he state board of it-counts, '. '.
i:o'a"u in this city, has announced
candidacy for state treasurer, subit-ct
FOR LAST WEEK
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r par' of tV- v
rr v.uln-s S..
At the Murray.
IVk k of Nov 24 "Human Hearts
Democratic r.omina: ion
t!:e state lie hails from 1-
At the Gennett.
o (Jrar.d Opera.
:;-"l'f-k6 Bad Poy.
' I j r 1 1 Bov Bl :e.
Kntr4 at th font Office at Richmond. Indiana, as Sec
ond Class Mall Matter.
Religious Census of the College.
Fighting Hog Cholera.
I 't here has been an enormous increase in hog-
j cholera since 1900. Indiana lost 562,212 head
! valued at 83,679,000 in 1912. And this year, the
have veterinarians tell us, the scourge ha3 been worse
Gennett Grand Opera Company.
1 !a Ldtifch, harpist, a nv :r.!--r of
I the American Grand Or-ra conn ;.r.v
COME AM) SEE
f r yo'.ir-!f. the b:n Varga::,.
fr'r:nK her;, in San.- t it
t.nui:ai :il.;' w i.l -;. . ".:
Store. V.a.n str-t
Make This and Try It
Tbia Heme-TlA4 llrnsry baa
no t ual for Prompt
t''!! p!ay;re th
terest-.t,;.; ii.pt rum--i;t practical: all h-r
i:r-. she was born in Poiand. but e-n
AGAIN AT WORK
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Ouestionaires on relierious questions
long been the order of the day but few have prov-: than ever. It is difficult to estimate the loss for to
ed more interesting and instructive than one ls-j i-l- thus early in the fall but every indication
sued by Prof. Durant Drake, of Wesleyan Uni-1 prophecies a higher porcine mortality even than
veraity (Connecticut). A list of queries on the
moat fundamental matters of religion were is
sued to 250 of the graduates of Harvard, Uni-
To combat this cut into their incomes farm
ers have resorted to the use of cholera serum, a
versity or Illinois ana 01 v ti.si.'yan unni-iMiy, ul .ui..-xt.-u icuua tn tiuimai im-
1900. The replies were made in strict confidence j mune to the attacks of the deadly disease. Where
and doubtless were carefully and conscientiously j this is used in time it seems very satisfactory.
a?tr tiiH eent !c father, a !o'.in:.-t.
'-a as c,tUfd to the court of the kir.n of
Saxony A the little -rl crew to th-ai-
of fourtet n she evinced a talei.t
tor tnujic, wmcn ner tather was e,.d
cL'-iiurap". Fre.juT.t !y the court
or.-h stra rehearsed at lus hotnt-. and
I:-- observed that, after the m-rr.bers
Ifft, little Isa seated h-rself at the
barp and brought forth uieiod;"s from
th.- -rrir.ts Later this vva brought
to the attention of the old kin, who
ado,t,-d l:t-r as a sort or protest, sent
her fo Dresden for i ns-ru'-l i m. an.!
hnally .-".-ouh-.I her hark to h:s .-ourt
as harpist in the orchestra.
While watchitis th. :..-n at a i:i..
f .on p the::tre. Mrs Koon;. of
I'ark' tounty, O, tobi 1'oiice i'h;cf
(ieirrnor, siie beh...! the man v. h.
had he. ri -;tl l;,-t tO he!" h ,d tilk. !.
l.-.-r p'i-k-t nook cn;iiain:ns nd
left tile theatre
"cjf t-e Best
s .. e ! t,
a a I - ! o '.i
Wh. a that is
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t t c.I ,-.c:o i .-: .-n jv ' '
fi:a.:. r. 1 .- r:-h in l-.m a---i r 1
given. An analysis of the results is most sug
gestive. Of the entire number only four acknowledged
themselves as avowed atheists. Only 5 per cent
wrote themselves down as agnostics. But 88
per cent went on record as being Christians, of cholera from their herds
r I T At 11
Children Cry for Fletcher's
. hi ' t .,e :n : .1 :. Dt . r
; r.v ar.,i.' i m .'; r,t w..ik iii l ' ; ,a.
', !.-.k.:i ci!za vnr w :th 1'.:.. -I
I '.!.' r s' riin .r .-tia.:-.. I !;t, - !.:.
j p--i tH.pv.'.ar thiouh.'ut t ac V-otci
Stat. at-1 : t! vt it e't
The Eastern Indi ana Hospital keeps about 200
head on its farms and has made it the rule to!!
which 47 per cent were regular church attend
ants. The questions on which most were in doubt
relate to the problems of the Divine Personality.
Only 35 per cent were willing to speak of God as j
a "Person," while 19 per cent were unable toj
think of Him as omnipotent and entirely respon
sible for the ultimate fate of things.
Only 23 per cent were able to believe in the
"Just Nobody." a I.ubin drama, one '
ot the most pathetic stories told in '
motion Tiienires, is one of the offer-'
Hi: at the Murreft fndav i
vaccinate these as soon as they come to weigh! Arrangements are now being made 4
to scow tne most talked of picture of;
the day, "The Last Days of Pompeii. ' ,
i.l this theatre. The picture is one;
of the most remarkable ever made, j
and has created more favorable com-1
ment than anything in its line with!
the possible exception of "Quo Yudis.
50 pounds. As a result of this precaution they
have, according to reports, almost eliminated
i .-i t'it-!. P
But where the serum is used merelv as a last
resort and in time of epidemics results are less
encouraging. Usually it seems to be of little
benefit in checking the spread of the disease aft
er once it has gained a foothold in the com
munity. Some have even argued that the vaccine
causes more deaths than cures through resulting
blood poisoning but Dr. R. A. Craig of Purdue,
Trinity in its accepted literal seme, though 28 j ret'enUy in the county on a lecture trip pointed !
wvfc, LiiLu Lilin uug, IlL 111C .Cl U1U lLrtCli, ULU
to faulty and careless methods of administration.
But whether the serum is a practicable
method of controlling the disease or not it is
certain that certain preventive measures may
be far more successfully used.
The cholera germs may be conveyed to a herd
per cent were Trinitarians in the Sabellian sense,
which is that God has a single nature revealed in
a three-fold manner through Creation, Christ
and the Divine Spirit dwelling in man.
Of the entire number only 39 per cent believ
ed in the deity of Jesus, while 33 per cent at
tributed to him extraordinary powers and a place
of unique pre-eminence in history. The rest
Twenty-one per cent accept the Bible as the
veritable, literal Word of God inspired through
out and infallibly; about 60 per cent accepted it
as a book of supreme value containing a great
revelation of the Divine character.
That prayer has power to change the course
of events was held by 25 per cent: 38 per cent
make no use of prayer while the others think j Rr who drives his horse into
it useful in modifying man's own character but
not nature's laws.
Only 11 per cent disbelieve wholly in a life be
yond the grave while 39 per cent are very certain
of it, the remainder hoping but not feeling cer
tain. The upshot of these interesting investiga
tions Would seem to be that college graduates re
main Christians in a very modified sense, cling
ing to the substance of the faith but not to the
old doctrinal shibboleths. Those who have held
that the colleges destroy religious belief will not
find much encouragement from this questionnaire.
Gennett Peck's Bad Boy.
Tl attraction at the Gennett thea
tre Thanksgiving will be --Peck'e Bad
Boy." featuring Al S. Weston as the
groeerymaii, Weston in said to be a
comedian of merit. This is one of the
oldest comedies now be1nr presented
to the public, and the company ap
pearing here is .said to Tie one of the
best that has ever handled the funny
play. Each member of the company
introduces a specialty dunn? the per
formance. A matinee will be given
Next Monday marks trie opening of
vaudeville at the Murray. Arrange
ments have been mad ny Manager
Omar Murray to play nothing but
the better class of acts during the
coming season. While tn Chicago last
week Mr. Murray closed contraets
with officers of thp Keith Hroiii r ;
in a variety of ways. A farmer may carry them 'include Richmond in the list of thea-i
in his: eViraoQ f-r.rv, or, Jnn V,;.. ,!Trf's hooked and contraled by that.
and thus be unconsciously his own enemy. Lum
ber used in building pens which has been infect
ed elsewhere or enroute may be the carrier of
the germs. Dogs, chickens, pigeons, cats and
birds have been discovered to be carriers. Run
ning water may be the vehicle which carts the
contagion from one farm to another. The farm-
TJie Kind Ymi Ifavo Always nought lias Ixtrno the sim;i.
turt ot ( has. II. rit'tt'hrt ami lias le n made, muler lils
personal Mipx rvision for owr :o ;r-i. Mlow no ono
to le M on in this. CouiitertVits, Imitations and
.ust-as-gooi arc hut experiment s. jUi! endanger iho
health f Children llierienee .ia1nt i:periinent.
,. What is CASTOR I A
Castoiia. is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil. lare-goi-ie,
lrops and Soothing Ntmps. It c ontains neither
Opium. Morphine, nor other JNareotie sul.-tanee. ir de-Mi-o.vs
Woriusiinil allaj s Feverishness. For more than
thirty jrars it lias been in constant use for the relief of
Constipation, Flatulency. Wind Folic, all Teethiic Trou
bles and Oiarrlnca. It regulates the Stomach and ftowels,
assimilates the Food, git ing healthy and natural sleep.
'1 he Iiildren's Panacea The ..Mother's Friend.
The Kind You Have Always Bought
Bears the Signature of
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t..'. !is I..--. r bc is ; i.ih'L
A irnr e.tv of .;::, - it i-t'.u t ,n,
or n:e-u x ;; i:;;t'. r .: ;c j. u'-e- .;h
t1. t-ro;vraticn. " , -ir ,! r:it--i-t la
I :. or wdl u-'t it f.r If net,
fcciid to 1 lit' I'uu-x Co.. Ft. W aMic. lud.
Ig I). E. Roberts
;K phone r;M u. r. n. No. 2
ttt n Years in Profession
Country ordt-is di.i rroini't at
My Work Wi'.l Tlease You.
In Use For Over 30 Years
THt CCHfUW COMPJWY. 77 MUDMV 8TRCCT. HIW 7O0K CITV.
Look for the Sign
tirmRrm. The fact that Richmond is1
now on the Keith circuit insures the!
public nothiiiK but the best. The pol
icy will be to play daily matinees with;
only one performance- at niiiht at 8:lf.
On holidays and Saturdays tun per-'
t'orniaiices will be given at night, the
first at 7:45 and the next at 9 o'clock.
"Little Boy Blue."
Briefly. "Little F?oy Mine," is a ro
mantic relation with manv humorous
iu'side lights and musical Incidentals of
u-ViicI. Jnfo-.fort o,,.;nn v,.,,- k ,i ...,-n !TUP nndinc ot the lost heir to a Scot-
.....w. .xw .-m, avc un-n inuru vmu i-rti-tIsh fortulie orates and a title, to say
ry it back home on the horse's hoofs. And one I "othinjc of a four-cornered love affair.
man. writing in the Northwestern Ajrriculturi.t, Myc
reiaies now a Da tut ol hovs. carrying the miec- i w ",nn In TOUI walls or tn'" tamous
i r ' u. ....x. !nal Tal,,lrin cafp- Thp original book
'" "t Liic-ii .iun- nom ci iieignitonng larni into
a melon patch, inoculated the melons unconsci-
is in tierman and is the work of Von
Rudolph Schanzer and Carl Landau.
ousiy ana men inrew tne remnants into tne pig A. K. Thomas and Kdward raulton, and
When once it is understood how the malady
is carried about it is apparent that stock raisers
may easily work out methods of prevention
whereby their herds may be kept, as it were,
under permanent quarantine. This would be far
cheaper, easier and more certain than any effort
i to control the contagion after it had once enter
i ed a farm.
Wall Street's Credit Monopoly.
rru ni r i-u-i.ii.-iii ne whole problem of hog cholera is not one
The Glass-Owen currency bill with which the ; f , . , .
o , r, , . ... , , ... irom which the urban citizen may turn in dis-
Senate Banking committee has been wrestling , , . , .
c,, , , u-u- ii.j- "nam. ( holera is one ot the demonstrable causes
Kinop Spnfpmhpr nnd which ic a 1 q t o rl f -.t.t,,!
u4.i o . V i,-.iof the hff COpt of living.
ucunic in uic ociiiiic at iiitr i.'f jiiiuuii ui llie
regular session beginning Dec. 2, divides with
the Mexican tangle the "snter of the public stage.
This measure will strike so deep into the very
roots of our commercial and financial system,
will work so profound a revolution in our banking
methods, and otherwise so affect the nation's
general business development every citizen
should familiarize himself with it.
The key to the present situation lies in the
pyramiding of credit in Wall Street.
Some twenty-five thousand banks national,
state and private are scattered across the land
as the custodians of the country's fluid capital.
It is 'from their funds the business interests
must draw from day to day in order to meet tem-
Not only does the an
nual loss of stock so impoverish the market as
to reduce the available supply and so increase
prices but the sound stock which is sold usually
is butchered while immature and thus fewer
pounds of pork is marketed as well as fewer
head. And thus this which usually is consider
ed as a farmer's problem only becomes a general
more kite tied to the II. C. L. which already has
problem and hog cholera is discovered as one
developed a precocious ability for getting up in
n is oeeiareo to no as numorous a
product as the musical stage has been
Kiven in some time.
"Little Boy Blue" will be the attrac
tion at the- Gennett. Wednesday, De
cember H. !
Thursday, November 27th
Matinee and Night Thanksgiving Day
Harris and Warren offers the greatest of all comedy
GOLD AND SILVERSMITHS
Jenkins & Company
b I o
With Al. S. Weston and a company of Select Artists
Seat Sale Murray Theatre, Tuesday, 10:00 a.m.
Is unhealthy blood blood that is
not only laden with poisonous and
effets matters, but also deficient
in red and hita corpuscles. The
medicine to take for it is HOOD'S
'TWAS THE NIGHT BEFORE CHRISTMAS
A Revised Version;
By Alice Jaynes in the Ladies' Home Journal.
poraiy exigencies, pay wage scales and otherwise : 'T-as the night before Christmas, when all in the shop,
conduct business which SO largely has been built 'Not a sa'rl nor wrapper but thought she would drop;
on our credit svstem. Anv control of th.- m-Thf 03 sh chik,tvn rushed with the money with care,
Impure blood shows ltsrlf in pim
ples, boi!, and other eruptions,
eczema and salt rheum, psoriasis,
catarrh. rheumatism, r.ervnusne.is,
dyspepsia, loss of appetite, that tired
fee!ir.g art general debility; It ex
poses you to the danger of contracting-
infectious and contErlons dis
eases, the gr'p, typhoid fever, diph
theria, cor. umpt'.on.
Thousands testify that Hood's
Sarsapari'.ia purif.'-s, errirhes and
revitalizes the blood. If you r.eed a
pood biool medicine grt Hood's
P irsapar'ila. and get it today.
P U LT PI V
Alive or Dressed. Turkeys, Ducks. Geese and Chick
ens. oT insure a choice selection and get just what
you want, please let me have your order early.
Prompt Delivery Established 1S90
0. C. SCHWEGfMN'S
nni . ,
ine switchman s H
2 Reel Railroad Drama
A Quarter Hack
When the Earth Trem
bled Big Feature Picture.
309 So. 4th Street
tion's banking business means the directing of
all the business activities depending upon them.
And that includes practically every form of com
These banks often have on hand a surplus of
deposits over and above their own needs; this
With wan fao.-s. strained hither, thither they fled.
While visions of reprimand?, fla-hed throuch each head.
At a:i hour when rich children were tied in nightcaps,
And settling themselves for their Ions winter naps.
From tables and counters arose such a clatter
Some terrible tragedy must be the matter;
The liiihts from the shining bulbs, white in their glow,
Cave luster of middav to obieets he'ow
money is senx 10 tne nearest "reserve city a salesgirl was selling small gifts
which may be M. Louis. Denver, Chicago or
Fittsburg. In the course of time, deposits pile
up in these banks and they in turn send their sur
plus to the Wall Street banks. These last are
able to pay a small interest on the money (which
Limiu Kniii laitricsi nuwneie eiMrl inrougn mak-; A" a connortaoie freiir.g of opulence
ing time loans to speculators. ; !ore rapid than reindeer, reproaches they caic.
At the same time the twenty-five thousand: As slu sc'oldHl and caik'd lhe poor irl a narsh name
u-w .-titpi.i m ou vixen; Don t dare ar.swer back'
i'il report you at once for being so slack.
My girts never came. Now where can they be "
How such things can happen I really can't see'"
And giving a nod. up the store aisle she sailed
Like a flash
She tore open boxes and counted out cash.
When what to my wondering ears should resound.
Put a s)irewdish abuse you could hear aisles around,
From a woman, well gowned, who came just to kick,
1 knew in a minute he was "the Old Nick."
She. was dressed all it: fur from her feet to hr hoarf
M I (Th 11 ITI J H ...AND... vrn TlTl I I
1 1 nil Festival Grand Ball j
scattered banks have a great many checks drawn
on banks the country over: in order to avoid the
huge labor of communicating with each institu-i
tion the checks are sent to the "reserve" banks
t : . i, j i, x i -i -l. , . .
wiucii eIlu ineiu uuougn a Clearing nouse that i r 1111 11 urau- tnat tier own ".Merry Christmas" had failed.
keeps a debit and credit account with laree mini- The saleseirl P0 paIe wcnl straight to her work.
bers of banks. But these same reserve banks
themselves are compelled to send much of their
own business to New York to run through Wall
Street clearing houses, which perform the same
j For dozens of buyers forbade her to shirk.
Hours and hours p-ayed the drama. k:;s atf- s
Delivery boys, women, cash, cirls struggled on
In hundreds of stores, in many a city.
This spells "Merry Christmas
Oh ; good people, pity f ; ffSJ
November 26, 1913,
climoed Co. No. 11 Uniform
Drill by Wayne Aerie Eagles, Modern Woodmen and
Red Men Teams. .-
ADMISSION Couple 50c: Extra lady. 25c.
Music by Weisbrod Saxophone Orc hestra. Doors open 7 o'clock. Drill at 8:00
o'clock. Grand Bali following at 9:15 o'clock.
WEEK NOVEMBER 24
Frewel Week of
The Francis Sayles'
PRICES Niflht. 10c, 20o, 3Cc;
Matinees, 10c, 20c.
Special Thanksgiving Day
Don't Forget Reception n th
Stage Saturday Matlne.
ff yu need
H Fire, Windstorm, Accident, Llv
Stock, Liability, Burglary,
4 Steam Boiler or Plat Glass In
surance Call on
DOUGAN. JENKINS A. CO.
Cor. 8th and Main Sts.
AT LEGAL RATE
2 Per Cent Pr Mor.th a
Household Good-, Plants.
Stock. tc . from $10 to IZ'.O.
220 Colonial Buildirg.
Pho Richmond, Ind.