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THE RICHMOND PALLADIUM ANT) SUN-TELEGRAM, RICHMOND, INT)., THURS pAY, NOV. 16, 1922.
SMOKING, IS , ISN'T
If yon make watches or are engaged
In any kind of work that requires
delicate co-ordination of eye, hand
and brain, you probably are less accu
rate after a cigarette or cigar than be
fore smoking It But yon are no slow
er In your work, says T. M. Cushlng in
the Baltimore San.
For mo3t folk who perform a day's
work of ordinary character, like sell
ing real estate or neckties, Bmoking
has apparently slight effect of a de
The above Is gist of conclusions
drawn up by members of the psychol
ogy department at the Johns Hopkins
university following a series of expert
ments to determine the psychological
effect of tobacco smoking one of the
problems upon which Dr. Knight Dun-
lap, professor of experimental psy
chology, and hi3 associates have, been
working during the last three years.
The report, which covers about 25
pages, reveals to the public for the
first time the methods of the Hopkins
experiments, which have been guarded
carefully despite the comparatively
large number of persons Involved In
the work. It Is said that, although nu
merou3 subjects known scientifically
In this case as "reactors" took part
In the experiments, the object was
known only to the two or three scien
tists In charge of the Investigations.
Thus ; the .weird tales circulated
through the undergraduated student
body (which Incidentally supplied
most of the reactors) went for naught,
so far as definite information was con
cerned. - -
Eight type of test were used In the
work? card assorting, two kinds of
mathematical work addition and mul
tiplication: the operation of an addln
machine In the ordinary listing of
numbers, an "association reaction,"
dart throwing, a test of eteadlness1
and, finally, billiard playing.
Tests. were applied to both "smok
ers" and "non-smokers" and data was
taken in experiment sessions both be
fore smoking and after smoking, and
differences were sought In results be
tween "smoking" days and "non-smok-
ings"; days. All possible prejudice on
the part of the reactors was avoided.
GOING TO SWITZERLAND TO DEFEND TOBOGG ANING TROPHY.
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Moritz, Switzerland, he was a triple winner of t BoU cuo. the International 'tobogganing trophy.
HILL BOWLS 253 IN
High score of 253 was bowled by
Hill, of the Item team, in the Commerc
ial league on the R. and TV. alleys
Wednesday night Bennett, of the
Item team, and Castellueclo, of the
Bakers, tied for high average honors
The Item team took three straight
from the Telephones, Bakers took two
of three from the Steinharts and the
F. and N. rollers took the King's Hat3
into camp in three straight games.
P. and N. 12
ONIONS AND GARLIC
FORBIDDEN IN EGYPT
Th4 -andena Egyptians, It 13 said
were forbidden to eat the onion, garlic
and leek, according to the Kansas City
Star. , According to the priests of Pelu-
elum,; the onion was barred because
It caused a flow of tears, hunger and
thirst; and hence was manifestly out
of place In fasts and during religion
ceremonies, says the Medical Record.
It did not seem right to weep on oc
casions of Joy or to be tormented with
hunger and thirst on days set aside
Th4 Hebrews regarded the traion
merely for Its culinary value. The
Greeks were fond of both onions and
garlid The former apparently used
when: drinking to increase thirst and
enhance the pleasures of the cup. But
in the palmy days of Rome the two
vegetables had become largely the
badge of the rabble.
In the Middle Ages any well-eet
table -contained a plate of red onions.
The chief repute of the onion in med
icine was as a diuretic and remedy for
dropsy. This belief has persisted up
to the; present time and it is somewhat
Btrange to find that as early as 185S
onions and a milk diet were pronounc
ed the best remedy for dropsy.
Player s 1st 2nd 3rd Tl. Av.
Sherer . 154 185 171 510 170
Dillon 134 184 108 426 142
Hill 172 137 253 562 187
Kluesener .. 169 127 131 427 142
Bennett .... 210 185 176 571 190
Handicap ... 124 124 124 v
Totals 963 942 963
Player 1st 2nd 3rd Tl. Av
J. Moss .... 145 131 142 418 139
a Moss .... 153 154 119 426 142
Hartman .... 137 124 171 432 144
Jenkins 94 90 112 296 98
Patterson .. 132 129 157 428 143
Handicap ... 243 243 243
Totals 904 881 944
Chips and Slips
Basketball fans of the city have the
privilege of witnessing the games of
the Richmond Community Service
league at the Dennis junior high school
gym Thursday night No admission.
Conditions are unusually good here
for spectators. A seating capacity is
supplied in one section and the playing
space is the best in the city.
Jane, age four, had just come in
from four hours In the sand pile and
was having a prolonged session in
the bathtub with mother.
"Jane, your hands are simply
frights," exclaimed mother, consider
ing the possible use of a scrub brush.
"But, mother," retorted Jane, "you
ought to see my knees; they're more
frightened than my hands." Indian
High average Bennett, 190.
High score Hill. 253. -
Player . 1st 2nd
Dunham .... 152
Zwissler .... 147
Handicap . 183
Totals 940 970 985
Player 1st 2nd 3rd Tl. Av.
Holllday 174 134 105 413 138
Brown 114 100 129 343 114
Vicker . 83 133 105 321 107
Eubanks .... 169 201 147 517 172
Ray 182 142 193 E27 175
Handicap ... 244 244 244
Totals 966 954 922
Two high school football teams are
scheduled to play the curtain-raiser to
the Earlham-Transylvania game Sat
Two teams have been selected from
members otthe first and second teams
of Morton nigh school and the boy3
will take the field to decide the champs
for the season.
Basketball Is looming into its own
with the passing of the 1922 football
season. Many high schools through
out the state have been hard at it,
but after this week the season wi'l
be' in full. Already, many colleges
are oa the court In preparation for a
big year. ;
Welker Cochran, billlardist defeated
Erich Hagenlacher, German champion.
500 to 471, in Wednesday afternoon's
play. It was the fourth match of the
international 18.2 balk line billiard
championship at the Hotel Pennsyl
vania, New York City.
HI READY. KM: FINAL
GRID GAME OF 1922
High school will Play Its last foot
ball game of the 1 22 season Friday
afternoon at Decatu Fifteen or six
teen men will males the trip to the
northern city, accon ing to the plans
of Coach Little.
Careful scrimmage 4 Has been held
this week In order to prevent any in
juries to the players lefore the final
game of the season. L catur has been
rated strong all season . and Richmond
i"""'"0 to jnda-e them so before and
during the game.
ay, iullback; M I lone, quarter
back; Kohnle, end; Sumler, guard;
and Sauter. end; are pla.i ing their last
game for the Red and Wl I ite.
The following men art expected to
make the trip: Kobnle. t'arker. Sem-
ler, Mattox, Babylon, Muej f, Sauter, Ma-
lone, Kessier, Kennedy, Jones, Eu
banks, Pinnick, Ellibee, ICrueger and
Roman Woman Founder
Of Nursing Profession
FaWola, the first nurse record ad In
history, was a Roman woman wlio es
tablished a hospital and convalescent
borne for the poor after her coo ver
sion to Christianity, about A.' D. 380
says the Detroit News. She inaugura
ted a society of rich women, and had
them trained as sick nurses.
Nurses, who are addressed as s-ls;ter
on account of the old religious tradi
tions associated with their work, lost
their professional dignity in 1544 as hen
12 women were engaged at St Bail hol-
omew s Hospital. London, tto taxrse
the sick and perform menial wo ft
From that time nurses were untrain
ed until the doctors at the New York
Hospital began to lecture them on
"scientific cleanness" in 1790.
Fliedner, at Kaiserwerth, Genrajiy,
opened the first scientific traiu.inj
school for nurses in 1836. Florence
Nightingale was trained at this estab
lishment and introduced his methods
BELGIAN AND GERMAN
NEW YORK, Not. 16. Edouard
Horemans. of Belgium, and Erich
Hagenlacher, champion of Germany,
will meet in the matinee game of the
18.2 balk line billiard tournament
today. Neither of the two foreigners
has won a match thU3 far in the
tournament The Belgian has lost
one and Hagenlacher lost his second
match when he he was defeated by
Walter Cochran in a close game yes
terday, 500 to 471.
In the evening Walker Cochran, of
San Francisco, will meet Willie,
Hoppe, the former champion. Jake
Schaefer, of San Francisco, . playing
at his best defeated Roger Oonti, of
France, 500 to 251 last night
"Unknown soldiers" have been hon
ored by five allied nations : the United
States, Great Britain, France, Italy
10 PENNSY.NET TEAMS
PLAY FRIDAY AT "Y"
Ten teams of the Pennsy railroad
basketball league will get into action
on the Y. M. C. A. court Friday night
in the first big night of basketball
staged, by the railroaders this season.
Coach Ivey has arranged for 10
teams to compete this season with
evenly balanced players on each ros
ter. The games will start at 7:15 o'clock
and spectators are invited to the as
sociation to witness the games.
The schedule for Friday nightj
Rip Track vs. Pipe Fitters.
C. T. Inspectors vs. Air Men.
Freight House vs. Electricians B"
M. of E. Store Room vs. General
Office, "A" team.
General Office, "B" team vs. Elec
tricians, "A" team.
A meeting of managers of teams
will be held at the "Y" Friday evening
at 6-30 o'clock to draw up the rules
of the league.
Irish and Bulldog will be much in
vogue at Indianapolis when Notre
Dame vists Butler's camp for a 60-
minute fracas. Broken bones are not
predicted but something is bound td
happen in a game which will ultimate
ly determine the college grid cham
pionship for Indiana.
Come Out Come Onl
and benefit by the extremely low prices that you
will find in this store Friday and Saturday on all
Cold Weather Needs. Where your friends all trade
John D. Rockefeller
Wealthiest Man In the World
- . rose from
RAGS to RICHES
THE GILA MONSTER
IS LARGEST LIZARD
The Gila (pronounced heela) mon
ster, or beaded lizard, is the largest
lizard In North America, growing to a
length of two feet, and the only poi
jsonous lizard in the world, says the
Detroit News. The common species
la most abundant In the Arizona Mo
Jave Desert. The name comes from
the Gila .river of Arizona and New
Mexico. A second beaded species, the
"crust lizard" occurs in Mexico and
That flattened body of the Gila mon
rter ends in a thick tail and is drag
ged oyer the ground by strong, short
arms and legs. Each hand bears five
fingers and each foot five toes. The
muscular tail may be used to balance
on or; as an added limb In climbing
over rocks or, by its spring, the crea
ture may leap as much as two feet at
The! very tough skin of the Gila
monster is covered above with fine,
bead-Uke granules, together with many
Irregujar bony elevations, instead of
the usual lizard scales. Below there
are flat scales. This animal is strik
ingly colored with mixed patches of
blacklsh-brown and pink, yellow or or
ange. I The lighter color may vary
from ealmon-pink to pale yellow, orj
even white. !
High average Nick, 190.
High score King and Eubanks, 201,
(tied). . . "
Flayer 1st 2nd 3rd Tl. Av.
Fisher 151 206 145 502 167
B. Saffer ... 141 168 157 466 155
Berman 154 124 136 414 138
Schroeder .. 156 156 130 442 147
M. Saffer ... 142 114 129 385 128
Handicap ... 183 183 1S3
Totals 927 951 880
F. and N.
Player 1st 2nd 3rd Tl. Av.
Epping 130 174 160 464 155
Benge 153 156 137 446 148
P. O. Maley. 143 130 170 443 148
Gamp 104 150 121 375 125
C. O. Maley. 178 122 148 448 149
Handicap ... 230 230 230
Totals 933 962 966
High average Fisher, 167.
High score Fisher, 206.
Indiana and Purdue university foot
ball elevens are being hustled Into
shape for the annual Hoosier grid
classic between the two schools. It
Is to be held at Purdue this year and
the meeting or the two teams is ex
pected to go down In history as one
of the greatest battles in years, be
tween the two schools.
The Kiddies Delight
in a Hurry
Europe tan Pay Debts,
- Says Secretary Hoover
Secretary Hoover gives the New
York 'bakers who deal In European
bond$ and talk cancellation of the
foreign debt, something to think about
when he says cancellation not onlv
would not help Europe's situation one
whit, ibut might be harmful; that It
is time for European powers to realize
they oan't afford too big armies and too
big navies. Hoover says about 5 per
cent 6f the debt Is uncollectable and
will have to be written off. The rest
he figures can be paid, principle and
Interest at the rate of 350 million i
year by 19 nations. It would involve
from: 2 to 12 per cent only of the
national income in each of the coun
tries nnd be quite within their capac
ity. For instance the amounts spent
abroad by American tourists, the re
mittance of emigrants. Investments
abroad etc, amount In all. to three
times the interest on the famous 11
blUIon dollar debt
Tar i-ml affectWeiiMa, this eld
home-made remedy hmm no eqnaJ.
Easily and comply prepared.
CHURCH TO HOLD REVIVAL
CAMBRIDGE CITY, IncL, Not. 16.
A three week's series of revival meet
ings which will start next week in the
Jacksonburg Christian church will be
Initiated by a special Father and Son
meetihf Sunday night at 7 o'clock,
feev. AvO. Smith, pastor of the church
Will hara charge of the meetings.
You'll never know how quickly a bad
cough can be conquered, until you try
this famous old home-made remedy.
Anyone who has coughed all day and
all night, will say that the immediate
relief given is almost like magie. It
takes but a moment to prepare, and
really there is nothing better for coughs.
Into a pint bottle, put Vt ounces of
Pinex; then add plain granulated sugar
syrup to make a full pint Or you can
use clarified molasses, honey, or corn
syrup, instead of sugar syrup. Either
way, . the full pint saves about two
thirds of the money usually spent for
cough preparations, and gives you a mora
positive, effective remedy. It keeps per
fectly, and tastes pleasant children
You can feel this take hold Instantly,
soothing and healing the membranes in
all the air passages. It promptly loosens
a dry, tight cough, ana soon you will
notice the phlegm thin out and then
disappear altogether. A day's use will
usually break up an ordinary throat or
chest cold, and it ia also splendid for
bronchitis, croup, hoarseness, and bron
Pinex is a most valuable concentrated
compound of genuine Norway pine ex
tract the most reliable remedy for
throat and chest ailments. ' -
To avoid disappointment aslr yonr
druggist for 2 ounces of Pinex" with
directions, and don't accept anything
else. Guaranteed to give absolute satis
faction or money refunded. The Pine
Co, Ft. Wayne, lad.
This is another of tha animals
found in the assortment of
Richmond Baking Company's
you can buy at all groceries.
Animal Crackers are pure,
wholesome, sweet bits that
the kiddies like
Order some today and see the
children go for them.
BEE HIVE GROCERY
Special seasonable food mention that will help solve
that "WHAT T O EAT" problem' which presents
itself about three times a day to every dutiful house
wife. Numerous items with special price will also be
found in this list. All worthy of your attention.
Fresh Caught Fish Thursday and Friday
Black Bass Fancy White Fish Hallibut
New crop, ' home - made, grown and
packed at Liberty, Indiana, by Eay E.
Miles. Splendid quality.
Pans, 512 lbs L ...900
Pails, 11 pounds . $1.75
Buy Njw for Winter
English ' Walnuls
New 1922 crop, extra fine, wonderful
Jumbo size, budded quality; assures a
fine, large, white, sweet kernel. Two
Per pound ...... 39
2 pounds . .75?
Our store is full of information on a big supply of extra fine home-cured
PIG HAMS, soon to be taken out of smoke. An inquiry is worth while.
3 cans 750
6 cans $1.40
Large No. 3 Size Cans
3 cans 950
6 cans 1.75
Gallon Glass Jugs
1 gallon $1.40
2 gallons S2.75
Regular 50c Can
Dozen ......... .$3.75
6 cans $1.95
New Pack Hominy
From 1922 Corn
Large No. 3 Size Cans
3 cans 250
6 cans 500
Van Camp's Brand
Flake White Soap
All Soap Advancing
100-bar box ....$4.50
50 bars $2.30
25 bars $1.15
10 bars 500
New Pack Fancy
Regular 25c Can Grade
Dozen pans $2.00
6 cans $1.15
Fresh Supply Today
Large 50c Bottles
3 bottles $1.10
6 bottles $2.00
The market's best
Red Kidney Beans
Special Price -
Case, 2 doz S2.00
1 doz. cans $1.05
6 cans 550
Van Camp's Brand
Jones Little Pig Sausages
Sugar for Candy Maying
New Norway Mackeral
French Rouquefort Cheese
Pure Maple Molasses
Fancy Cooking Figs
Mrs. Fowler's Mince Meat
New Bulk Hallowe'en Dates
Fancy Glace Citron
Fresh Salted Almonds
Fresh Ground Yellow Cornmea!
Good Cured Popping Corn
Fresh-Made Country Scrapple
New Sorghum Molasses
Fancy New Shelled Pecans
Fancy Swiss Cheese
New Buckwheat Flour
Boneless Pickled Pigs Feet
New Shellbark Hickory Nuts
Canned SELECT Oysters
Dressed Turkeys and Ducks
Fancy Bulk Queen Olives
New 1922 Norway Mackeral
Burr-Ground Cornmeal (new)
New Crop Evaporated Apricot3
Fresh Country Sausage
Genuine Gluten Flour
John M. Eggemeyer & Soiis
Bee Hive Grocery
1017-1019 Main Street
.1017-1019 Slain Street
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