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WEDNESDAY, DEC S, JWW.
r?1 1 o 'I vMEf.lORIAL PROGRAM f IIIIIAIIIIllPn mi mm AWlUUHUttl BT ULR5 Program for the animal memorial service for the Richmond lodge of Elks was' announced Wednesday by members of the memorial committee. The memorial address will be deliver ed by the Rev. J. J. Rae. The services win be held In the First Presbyterian church, next Sunday afternoon at 2:30 o'clock. The complete program fol- ' lows: Preside "Grand Offertolre . de St Cecils (Batiste); Memorial Service, Lodge officers; "Still With Thee" (Foote), Quartet; Eulogy, Luther M. Feeger; Solo "My Homeland" (Hans com), Ed Price; Memorial address. The Re-. J. J. Rae; "Adore Me Still" (Gounod). Quartet; Closing exercises, Lodge officers; Postlude "Jubilate Amen". (Kinder, Quartet Mrs. F. W. Krueger, so tvrano: Mrs. L. Harter. contralto: C. F. Hutchins. .tenor; Geoi&e Hodge, baritone. Miss Helen Nicholson, or ganist; M3ss Ruth Scott, violinist. The list of members who have died and the dates, art as follows: ArtnliVh Rnrtal. 1901 Webitcr CHand- lee, 1902; George Hbersole, 1903; C T. Share, 191U- WnVitr S. 1904- .T Frd Jav. 1904: William "W. Onibbfi. '1907; is. tL Aioorman, is us; ur. u. tu Grfttit. 1908: J. W. Nicholson. 1908: l fill- Tl.-m 1 Q AO nViavlom XT T .ant 1909; D. P. Axmer, 1910; Charles u VColn. 1910: W. W. Wilson. 1910: H. S Simmons, 1910; L. D. Commons, 1911; Franklin Moore, 1912; Ed. F. Dalbey, 1912; Wallace Knees. 1912; John'R, PTmpr 1912; W. S. dendenin. 1913: II N. Drury, 1914; G W. Mashmeyer, 1914; J. w. MinnicK, isi; m nomas t Swain, 1915; D. E. Haxton, 1915; 8. N. Jenkins. 1916; W. C. Cunningham, vrl916: E. A. Thomas, 1916; John C. J Bayer. 1916; G. Fred Smith, 1916; A. xlw. Rees. 1916; Joe B. Peltz, 1916; H. : jj. Asniey, m. r. umusoo, C. E. Shlveley, 1917; J. P. Iliff. 1917; H. H. Engelbert, 19ti; Frank Land, 1918; W. C. Seeker, 1918; C. E. Hln ehaw, 1918; Sam S. Ford, 1918; E. O. Spangler, 1918; ju. G. wmteBeu, W. H. Quigg. 1918; Howard Campbell, nalcm Tjimh. J. W. L&mson. W. T. Jessup, Wi, J. Robie, D. II. Dougan. 3919 News of the Counties Indiana News Brevities j INDIANAPOLIS Frank N. Wallace, state entomologist, has announced that the State Beekeepers Association will meet here Dec. 18 and 19, in the chamber of the house . of represent atives, state house. INDIANAPOLIS Representatives of 13 protestant denominational col leges of the state met here to aid the inter-church world , movement of .North America and formed a temporary or ganization for the Protestant Church uoiiege Association or waiana. FATRMOuNT Alonto Thomas, 67, ended his life by hanging- himself to a crossbeam in the chicken house In the rear of his home. CULVBH Arrangements are being made here to entertain General Persh ing when be comes to Culver Military Academy on his tour of Inspection. LAFAYETTE The annual Purdue apple show will be held at the Purdue greenhouse during the Farmers:' Short Course, Jan. 12 to 16, It baa been an nounced. SEYMOUR Zacharlah T. Marling, a native of Jackson county. Is daad at his home south of here, at the age of 7L CARLISLE, LAUGHING DANDIT, CAPTURED - DOUGLAS, Wyo, Dec. 3, William Carlisle, the artful train robber who for three weeks had laughingly defied civil, railroad 'and private detectives, was captured Tuesday near Glend. Wyoming, after he had been seriously wounded. The well known bandit, who had secluded himself In the cabin of Frank Williams about 8 miles from Douglas, fought desperately the posse which had been in pursuit, until he fell from his wounds. He was shot through oqm lung and doctors said this might cause his death. Suffering from his wounds and he numbered by the extreme cold, Carlisle when brought to the Douglas hospital, said: "I am glad the chase has ended." Carlisle atracted nation-wide inter-! est, when, after escaping from' the penitentiary in this State, he held up and robbed the passengers on a Los Angeles Limited on November 18. After that escapade messages purport ing to be. from him and taunting of ficials because of their vain efforts to capture him, were received throughout the country. It was reported recently that the chase had been abandoned, as it was believed that the prolific bandit had gone the way of others In Wyoming into the "Hole-in-the-WaU" in the "Bad Lands" of the state. A force of Union Pacific detectives, headed by Charles Irwin of Cheyenne, captured the bandit. Inwin also had aided in apprehending Carlisle In 1916 after he had held up a Union Pacific train near Hanna. The average number of microbes in a teaspoonful of muk kept most sani tary is 6,000,000. HAGERSTOWN Mrs. George Moh- Vroe was stricken with paralysis at her lhome northeast of town Friday morn ing. She has been confined to her bed. but is recovering slowly. Her daughter, Mrs. Nellie Harter, of Rich mond and granddaughter. Miss Evan geline Gibson of Newcastle, are with her. Mr. and Mrs. OUie Replogle of Newcastle, Mr. and Mrs. Ray West of Richmond. Miss Gibson, Mrs. Julia Hatfield and Mr. and Mrs. Bert Mon ro and daughter. Jean, spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Monroe. PHILOMATH Farmers of Browns ville township and adjoining town chips will meet in the school building at Brownsville Saturday, Dec. 6. Din ner will.be served at noon from bas kets of the farmers' wives, which are to contain only three things, sand vachespiefand, baked, beans. APPENDICITIS Indianapolis Men WHO. Address St PaaTs Church Addresses by A E Goodard and J. K. Lilly, of Indianapolis, will feature the meeting of St Paul's Episcopal church membership, Wednesday even ing at 7:30. at which the nation-wide campaign soon to be started by the church will be discussed. The meet ing will be held in the parish house. Thirty thousand trained artisans are prepared to leave Germany for Mexico. Combing Won't Rid Hair Of Dandruff The only sure way to get rid of dam druff is to dissolve it. then you destroy it entirely. To do this, get about four ounces of ordinary liquid arvon; apsly it at night when retiring; use enough to moisten the scalp and rub it in gently with the finger tips. Do this tonight, and by morning most if not all, of your dandruff will be gone and three or four more ap plications will completely dissolve and entirely destroy every single sign and trace of It, no matter how much dandruff you may have. You will find, too. that all itching and digging of the scalp will stop at once, and your hair will be fluffy, lus trous, glossy, silky and soft, and look and feel a hundred times better. You can get liquid arvon at any drug store. It is inexpensive and never fails to do the work. Adv. Sickness Cure or Sickness Prevention i When Pasteur proved the relation of germs to in fectious disease, he marked a big; advance in that development of medical science which reigns today- the Idea of Sickness Prevention. As a result, many plagues and epidemics that wero the bi ne of former ages no longer terrify the world, and science has now developed an effective agent against the condition which is the first cause of over 90 ?S of all human disease constipation. That effective agent is Nujol. Nujol by relieving constipation prevents the absorbtion of poisons which otherwise would be taken into the blood and so under-mine the whole systrm. Leading medical authorities agree that pills, salts, castor oil, etc., simplyyinY and weaken the system. But Nujol is entirely different. Nujol prevents constipation by softening the food wast and encouraging the intestinal muscles to act naturally. Nujol helps nature establish easy, thorough bowel evac uation at regular intervals the healthiest habit in the world. Get a bottle from your druggist today. For valuable health booklet "Thirty Feet of Dner" free, write, Nujol Laboratories, Standard Oil Co. (New Jersey), 50 Broadway, N.Y. WT(IT-rif-I?- ll uld mtly tn uUd titslti bttrlnftht Uujtl Trmdt t lLlh Mmri j Jimm hm. &u tff ndutu rtfrtimud it tht mum as NvJiP'. I'm ttij sufsr fnm mhsHtum. Fbr Constipation GERMANY EXTENDS TIME - LIMIT FOR PREMIUM LOAN BERLIN, Dec. 8. The government has extended the - time- limit for sub scriptions to the Premium Loan to Dec. 10, Instead of Wednesday, Dec 3. In Mount Sangay has the most active world. . South America volcano in the For golfers' practice a canvas cur tain has been Invented. , ; . - Te Prevent Influent. " Otlds esuso - Gnu - ana " innu LAXATIVE BROMO QUININE TaV lets remove the cause. .There is only . one "Bromo Quinine." E- W. GROYES signature on box. 80c ; y A Selection of Silver is Sensible, Serviceable, Substantial If she takes pride fn the elegance she'll love the silver we show. of her home appointments. Such designs and qualities distinguish the home and the hos pitality as of a rare order of refinement and richness. Complete silver services, sets and individual pieces for all re quirements and expenditures in an enormous and exquisite variety. Jenkins & Company Richmond's Foremost Jewelers. I JEk? jsszs a mm 3fJ It) & xWhat was pronounced an operative " ,caA. of ordinary doctors is cured by ,'tbf;. INTERSTATE DOCTORS j-ight here in your own community without the knife, as they have done in hundreds of other instances, and the grateful parents lived near .New' castle, Ind., are eager that the suffer 1ng public may know what these Great Specialists are doing without ,the knife. His letter follows and any one doubting the genuineness of the ame will confer a lasting favor on ,rthe public to call on or write Mr. W. 11. Schweikhardt: v Newcastle, Ind., May 20, 1919. -To the Inter-State Doctors! I want in this public way offer to iyou my everlasting praise for what you have done for me. You not only Lcured me of dreadful suffering, but as 1 1 verily believe, you saved my life. thad been suffering for some time with appendicitis. The agony I went fthrough with was something terrible. 1 would get pale, cold sweats and at kimes unconscious from the intensity lot the pain. A doctor would have to tbe called in a hurry and all they would (attempt to do was to give me a hypo- tdennic of morphine and then advise an operation. They talked nothing but operation or death. I had 'brother-in-law that was cured by you without an operation and I had read ieo much in the papers about your won- .derful success in saving people from rthe surgion's knife that my father de cided to take me to your office in 'Muncie, Ind., and see what we could find ' out anyway and it was the best day's work I ever done and the best tnoney I ever spent in my lite. We went to your office on the 8th of March. Your Doctor Culver gave me the strictest examination I ever had He said he would cure me without an operation as he had hundreds of oth ers The first two or three weeks I done a good deal of suffering but after that things began to give way and had an uninterrupted Improvement from that date on till Dr. Culver dis missed me May 1st. Andtiow I am &8 sound as any man, don't feel that t had anything wrong with me. And I shall always praise the Interstate-Doctors from the hill-tops and hope and pray that the life of Dr. Culver may be prolonged for many rears to carry on the great work he is doing. W. H. SCHWEIKHARDT, R. F. D. No. 4. There are hundreds of other people who have had the same Joyful experi ence. The wonderful and more scien tific treatment used by The Inter-State-Doctors is curing many of those who have been given up as hopeless cases by all the ordinary doctors. This explains why their institute on the second floor of the Starr Bldg., corner Main and Tenth streets, is always crowded with patients. People come hundreds of miles to be cured by these specialists. Any sick person is afe in going to The Inter-State Doc tore. Their examinations are free, but no incurable cases are accepted tor treatment-. Dr. B. Thomas Daggy is in the Rich mond office every day in the week and Sunday mornings-. He is an ex pert . on curing PileB, ' FiBtula and hernia without the knife Adv. 3 TO Arranged for your convenient selection are scores of Gift Suggestions for Men. We know what Men like because we have them to deal with every day we study their needs and anticipate their wants; so you can safely leave to us the decision of that difficult Gift problem. Before you make your list of "What to Give," come and see how well prepared we are to help you. It will surely make your task much lighter.' Of Course He Needs Some New Shirts And you will find it a real joy to chose from the ones we are show ing. Find out his size from an old shirt before coming then you will be sure the new ones will fit. We have the finest display of Silk Shirts in this city priced at $7.50 to $16.50; other Shirts in Percales and Madras at $2.00 to $5.00. He Has Never Too Many Handkerchiefs How well every wife or mother knows this. f you are buying for a friend, you may well profit by their knowledge. Real Linen Handkerchiefs. These are very scarce and our stock is limited. Priced each, 50c to $1.50. Initial Handker chiefs in Gift Boxes, at all prices. See our Xmas display of Silk Handkerchiefs. Ties Choose At Least Several for Him Just the sort of Ties that men would pick for themselves. A wide range of patterns and colors. See our Black Knit Ties. These make excellent Gifts. Priced $2.00 to $5.00 Other Ties in a wide range of colors at $1.00 to. $4.00 Give Him a Cap Our line of Caps is now at its best and he will surely appre ciate a Cap as a Xmas Gift. We have "his" style and size at $1.00 to $5.00 ft, u BELTS OF CLOTH are without question the fin est belts made. These are priced at $7.50; other Belts at $1.00 and $1.50 It is impossible for us to name even a small part of the Gifts suitable for men that you will find here. We welcome you to come and sea for yourself. A Pair of Silk Hose Will Meet a Warm Welcome A man never has too many hose, especially hose of the better kind. We have a splen did showing of gift hose that will surely please him. Men's Hose in Cotton, Lisle, Fibre Silk and All Silk. Hose for dress and every day' wear, priced, the pair, 60c to $1.50; some Fancy Hose at $1.25 and $1.50 Make Sure of His Comfort at Night Good, roomy Garments for 'nigh wear make a man sleep well. You can be certain he will ap preciate receiving some of these. We offer for your approval the Famous Faultless Brand Flan nelette Night Shirts and Pajamas, priced at $1.50 to $5.00 (j loves Are Always Wearing Out, So He Needs a New Pair You mav make vour selection now. and if they do not fit we will exchange them after Christmas. r Buy him "Dent's" Glovei. They are just what he wants, in Mocha -and Cape; priced at $2.50 to $6.00 ;; - x The Christmas Store for Men lighten: A. PELS IN THE WESTCOTT HOTEL RICHMOND'S FOREMOST FURNISHERS The Christmasf Store for Men ,