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THE RICHMOND PALLADIUM AND bUN-TELJiiiiiAk
iilDAt, J Aw. 31,
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OIL MEN USE HN38
DALLAS, Tex, Jan- 31.--FInancUl
MMMWM or teUure in the new Texas
oil fieldB so often depend upon being
flmt to reach a certain point tnai me
airniane mv become a common means
of locomotion among oil mea. accord
ing to big dealers. The airplane was
used recently. by officers or two 011
companies to. hurry from Ranger to a
new found field.
STRIKERS HOLD
FULL CONTROL
OVER BELFAST
i Situation Similar to That in
German Cities Under Rev
! olutionary Rule.
LONDON, Jan. 31. Telegrams from
Belfast depict a situation there which
seems akin to that which recently ob
tained' In German cities under revolu
tionary rule. The governing power
. has sbeen usurped, says a Belfast dis
patch to the Mail, by the strike com
mittee, and the city is governed, uot
from the magnificent municipal build
ing known as tha City Hall, but from
the humble Artisans' Hall.
"There is no outstanding . personal
ity," says the dispatch, "but there is a
capable committee of local trades
Union leaders, most of whom are mod
erate and restrained. No body can
do anything unless he comes, cap in
-f band, to this committee. Even the
' police are helpless, and the chief of
police has asked the strike leaders to
co-operate with the constables in pre
venting disorders and lawlessness.
When strikers go to a hotel to cut off
electric current, police accompany
them.. The postmaster has thanked
'the strike committee for allowing the
, postofflc to use electricity."
"SPREADS7rPOPULAR
SCHOOL FEATURE
'NATIONALIZE IN HASTE s REPENT AT LEISURE." SAYS BEATTY
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The members of the civics class of
litsch chr,ol ave a "spread" last eve.
I'lns. and tonight th f-lembers of Eng
lish 8 class. 9.0(1 the science depart
mtut will entertain at the school
building. "Spreads" are proving very
popu'ar as the semester's close pears,
and It Is sail the democratic parties
are greatly inereaiing school spirit:
Several nartles to be given by high
school organizations are planned for j
". next week as a "wind-up" for the sem
ester. On Monday' night the commit
tee which organised the Victory Boys
M a A. k. A. . 1
ana uiris win oanquei ai mi cuooi,
and on Tueaedsy evening the English
1 class will hold an annual "feed."
Wednesday evening a large party com
. posed of all the pupils in the steno
' KTEDhv and typewriting classes are '
going to end tbelr year's work with a
party.
- The fall and winter semester closes
Wednesday night, and pupils will re-
turn Friday noon for their grade re
' port cards.
The spring semester opens Monday,
Feb. JO.
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GIVE PROGRAM FOR
ANNUAL "Y" MEET
The followins: nrosram i announced
for the annual meeting of the adult
members of the Y. M. C. A. In the
association lobby at 8 o'clock tonight:
Music. Ernest Renk: president's ad
dress. Richard Sedgwick; treasurer's
report, Fred Bartel; trustees- report.
Adam H. Bartel. chairman wf the board
of trustees; address, P. B. Williams,
for twenty-one years with Y. M. C. A.
of United States, now general secre-
. at Tr.t.Ar.' r.imrt nf nrtminatltlK
vcl T nt vw, c w . - - .
... f O VI J f,h.lfWIN
commiiiee. ut. v. a. duiw, hihiuu,
election of six directors and four
trustees. , . , . ' -
LIGHTNING CHANGE ACT
Madame Marion, who essayed eight
different characters in a playlet now
appearing at the Murray, is the envy
of all womanhood for the quickness In
which, she changes ber wearing ap
parel. For an encore, she explains
Knur it la rinn. which is very clear.
providing you do not wink while the;
Madame is making her explanation
WIIhod and Van have a cluaay piano
and violin act while Dressier and Wil
unn will oresent a dancliJK act. mak
ing three acts tonight and the week
end Doris Kenyon in "The Street of
Seven Stars" is proving a delightful
screen offering.
GUARD INDIANA WATER 8.
EVANSVILLE. Ind, Jan. SI. Indi
ana hereafter will guard on the water
as well as land against importation of
liquor. A police boat, high powered,
rid hAlieved able to catch any other
boat on this part of the Ohio river is
now patrolling the rlyer with Evans
vllle policemen on board. The object
of the patrol Is to prevent Importa
tion of intoxicating liquor from Ken
tucky, - : -
CQUKG SMIS
DstMYoinnss?
Put'altop to them With old
reliable Dr. Kln&'e New
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J That"raw, hoarse throat must bi
soothed. That phlegnv-loaded chest
must be loosened. That cough must
be checked so you can sleep.
Dr. King's New Discovery has been
relieving colds, and coughs for ball a
. century without tba least disagreeabU
after-eSects. -
Your druggist baa It because It If
well-known and in big demand. 00c
and $1.20. -
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Try this for Constlpatioii
Keep tb bowels on schedule time
with Dr. King's New Ufa Pills, the
system freed from poisonous wastes,
the complextioa dear, the stomach
sweet, tha tongua uncoated, the breath
unuinted. ,Mild yet positive, 25c
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phrase tna oiu proveru. 1 ,,
iv.i..naiia in haste: repent at
Cent of the Canadian racing ih
wav in a statement covering Rovern
merit ownership of railroads, a sub
ject that is of supreme importance
at . the present time in both the
United States and Canada lie
added that, so far as the Canadian
people wera concerned, tliev had
every reason tc be satisfied with
transportation conditions during the
war - At first by the various com-
:- PnnnHn uncontrolled by
.....niiomt and otherwise, and later
under the aegis jf the Canadir.n RaiU
War B. ard. a continuous effort
.... maintained. At no time was
"anv. disposition shwn by any com
..n to, refuse aisistance to any
teniDorarillv or
locallf embarrassed as to equipment
at facilities.
tof-h. Air nt aver von:' Presi
dent Meattv added, "is that Canada
.t.,i..M kova tnHav a railway svstem
or systems so administered that tht
best service to me puonc win oe on
.n.i at thm lowest rate consistent
.!, -ir uiidai hnth for labor and
capital. Theoretically naurh may be
aald in favor of government owner
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All .$4.00. '$5.00 and $6.00 Men s Gunmetal English,
welt Shoes at cut prices. r
ship. Will thuse theories stand the
test of practice T If these theories
prove a failure Initially, but correct
themselves, as their exponenta may
urge, - in ' due course o ihd-bw
long a time can Canadian people af
ford to pay the losses on demoralized
railway service? Do they wish to
launch out on the experiment nw?
Or wait until their near neighbors,
the United States, have worked out
their experiment a little more satis
factorily T 1 have my own views on
public ownership of railways, but
they are not unalterable 1 am un
doubtedh prejudiced by association
with one company. It has taken
mora than thirty-odd years to make
the P- R. as efficient as it ia today
Fveft when irrom nlished this deeree
of elfleiency can be quickly lost.
. -we do not Knew enougn nsi
enc&urajnnc about eovernment oper- ;
ation of large railway systems to
justify any further excursion into
that field at this time. We can well
afford to wait, to study dispassion
ately our own situation, and the ex
periment of the United States, be
fore committing our country to seri
ous changes in policy The solution
finally adopted in the United States
will bs of inestimable value to
Canada."
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The following officers wera Instal
led at the meeting of the Tola LodgA
of K. of P. Thursday evening: Everelt
Bolander. C. C.I Hoy Taylor, V. C:
Max Williams, prelate; It. E. Brewer,
master of armsj Joe Edwards, master
of finance; and Mark Penncll, master
of work. ,
1 Four other officers who could not
attend the meeting because of sick
ness will be installed Inter.
There was an excellent attendance.
William Lane Praised by
Company Commander
William F. Lane, of Richmond, who
Is with the A. E. F. In France, is the
subject or a letter of praise; from
his company commander to his sister,
Mrs. Howard Brooks, wife of the
county auditor.
Lane 1h thorough in his work and
is well liked by his comrades, tbe
letter says. He la at present stationed
in Pare.
California Man Sues
. . Minnesota Resident
in the Local Courts
Suit against George Hill, living In
California, by Edward T, Pen-y, living
In' Minnesota, for tb sum of $5,329. 44,
was Friday filed in the Wayne circuit
court
The suit Is the result of real estate
transactions of ten years standing in
whirh Parrv claims Hill not pay
everything due the estate of Martha
E. Perry, for which he brings tne
suit. HUl has proDerty in Richmond,
: Statements in final settlements or
three estates were examined and ap
nrnved in nrobate court Friday. Those
nt Wnllncn C. K. vnolds. Milton SCOtt.
and Jennie L. Beckman were tbe tbrea
examined.
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In the fiscal year 1818 tbe United
States shipped almost as many trac
tors to Mexico as to all other Latin-
American countries,
Williams Expects Normal
School BUI Up Soon
SCHOOL HEADS MEET.
N0BLE8VILLE. Ind., Jan. 31.
Program arangements for the three
days' meeting or the City and Town
Superintendents Association or Indi
ana, which will open in Indianapolis
February 3, have been completed.
MADISON MISSIONARY DIES
MADISON. Ind.. Jan. 31. Miss Kate
V. Johnson. 57 years old, for thirty'
two years a missionary to Japan, was
found dead at her. home here last
night. She was a missionary under
the direction of the Christian Church
Foreign MUalonaray society.
County Superintendent C. O. Wil
liams, who Friday returned froui In
dianapolis after spending several days
there in meetings or the legislative
committee of the state board of ed
ucation, of which he is a member, said
Friday that the bill to subsidise in
dependent normal schools of the state,
he most important matter to come be
fore the committee will probably be
presented to the legislature soon.
A bill to iuerease th maximum pay
. i r,tu uiincrintf-riftfrif s frnm the
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oresent level was also approved by j
the committee. The new bill Haves ,
V.a imr.i-rintt.ririciirB fiMV lareplv Willi SJ
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the county Instead ol prescribing it,
with a -'maximum of $3,408.
AMERICAN SOLDIERS CLEARED
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PARIS, Jan, 31. Investigation by
the Afefcociated Press yesterday, dis
closed that Apaches of all nationali
ties, dressed jn American uniforms,
were responsible for the acts of vio
lence which have caused published re
ports juI an alleged American . crime
wave In Pans
PLANT TO INCREASE
SOUTH BEND, Ind.. Jan. U. The
Studebaker Corpo-tiou nnnounces
an $8,000,000 expansion plm which
will increase the aumber of employes
from 4,500 to 16,000 y t!20.
DAILY HEALTH TALES
What Doctor Pierce Has
Done For Humanity t
BY DOCTOR CE1PPS.
It has always seemed V, me that
Dr. Pierce, of Buffalo, N. Y., should be
placed near the top when a list of
America's great benefactors is written.
He studied and conquered human dis
eases to a degree that few realise.
Whenever be found a remedy that over
1 came disease, he at once announced it
in the newspapers and told where it
conld be bought at a small price. He
did not follow the usual custom of
keeping the ingredients secret, so that
the rich only could afford to buy tbe
medicine, but openly printed tbe name
of each root and berb be used. And
eo to-day tbe names of Dr. Pierce and
his medicines are widely known, and
they stand for better health and better
citizenship. '
One of this great physician's most
successful remedies is known aB Doctor
Pierce's Pleasant Pellets, These are
little, sugar-coated pills, composed of
Mayapple, leaves of aloe, root of lalap
things that Nature grows In the ground.
These Pellete are safe because they
move the bowels gently, leaving no bad
after-effects, as so many pills do.
Very often they make a person who
takes them fel l'ke a cew man or
woman, for the cleanse the Intestines
of hard, decav4 nd poisonous matter
(bat accumulates when one is costive.
Tf you are constipated, by all means
go to your druggist and get some m
Dr. Pierce's Fleasant Pellets. They
may prove to be the very thing your
system requires to make you well and
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1 All $4.00 values ............ $2.95 : : :
1 All $5.00 values $3.95
I All $6.00 values. ...... .. . . .$4.95
j We have all sizes and carry different widths. They are
1 big values at regular prices and wonderful bargains at
our sale price. Come in, we can fit you. -
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NEFF & NUSBAUM
Cor. 7th and Main Streets
OVER-ACIDITY
of the stomach has upset many a
night's rest. If your stomach is add
disturbed, dissolve two or three
lihimi
on the tongue before retiring and en
joy refreshing sleep. The purity and
goodness of Ki-moids guaranteed by
SCOTT & BOWNE
uiirrn; OP SCOTTS EMULSION
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RICHMOND ,IND.
301 NATIONAL ROAD WEST
D.O. HODGIN, Prop.
Make your order amount to $ 1 0.00 or more if you want it delivered FREE OF CHARGE. If yowant it Satur
day leave it with us Friday evening, if at all possible in order that we may have time to get it ready, we will re
main open until 8:00 o'clock. : -
WHY buy out of town when you can get your groceries here, with free delivery? -
Please have your order written down on paper before you come to our store as we are too busy to copy it
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TO UNCLE SAM S BOYS ! -
We issue a Hearty Invitation to men discharged from the Service, or In Un!-
form, to visit our Store and Inspect our smart VALUES in a special line o!
Young Men's Dressy New York model SUITS and COATS. Offering excep
tional Quality and Style at Popular LOW prices, we invite you to pay lor
" your new garments on our- ,
GENEROUS CREDIT TERMS
It is not necessary that you be known here in order to enjoy this prlvllegs
You will be introdutJbd by. your Service, in appreciation of which we wl.i ba
glad to arrange terms to suu
A MATIONAL INSTITUTIOI j? f
1026 Main Street
Phone 2079
Milk, small can
anv kind ......
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Beans, navy
Pink, brown' cr
black.,...-.
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Fresh Eggs
dozen . . .
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Puffed Wheat .12if
Puffed Rice .12c
Karo, 11-2 lb -.12
Karo, 5 lbs. ;...38U
Karo,' 10 lbs. 73
Pennant, 1 1-2 lbs. . . . . . , . . .17H
Pennant, 5 lbs. . , . . . . . . . .45
Pennant, 10 lbs, .89
Granulated Sugar in 25 lb? cloth bags,
on mail orders ............ .$2.55
Crochet Thread .............. 10
Wesson Oil, small ..... .38
Fish, Salt, lb. ....12
Gold Dust, large . . . . . . . . , . .26i
BROOMS 67c
FOUR SEWED
Gold Dust, small ; .V.4U
Tuna Fish 1-2 lb. . . . . . . . . ;.22t?
Apples, per lb. ........... . . .8Js
Potatoes," bushel ...$1.60
Rice, per lb. . . . ....... . 10d
Macaroni, per lb. . ; 11H
Salmon, 1 lb. ............. . 19d
Apple Butter, No. 3 can 29
Pork an4. Beans, No. 2 can -.'. -14
Corn, No. 2 can .'l :. . . 14fc
FLOUS7 kinds . . . .. -91-50
Sugar, lb. .......... lOt
Taggard Tags, box e . i : 20
Crax, lb ........ - v.. v. 7.18
Mitchell's Magic Marvel box ."20
Calumet Baking Powder, lb7 .V19t
Jello, all flavors ........ . .J.O
Large No. 3 can Tomatoes . .17
All Scrap Tobacco, 3 Pkgs. Vr025
Cotton Sewing Thread rr. :'. 5
All Laundry Soap, a bar .... .OHC
Special Size Laundry Soap r. i .vr.5
5-lb. cloth sacks Table Salt ....7c
Orders Shoiild Be Left With Us Over Night to Secure the Above Prices and OAer Bottogs
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