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THE RICHMOND PALLADIUM AND SUN-TELEGRAM, RICHMOND, IND., THURSDAY, NOV. 16, 1922.
BLIND WOMEN MAY .
LOSE JOBS IF PUBLIC
FAILS TO BUY GOODS
COLUMBUS, Ohio, Jfov. 16. Sever
al hundred blind vomen, employed by
the state In hemming tea towels, mak
ing aprons and other articles, -will be
thrown out of employment, unless
there is greater buying of their pro
ducts on the part of Ohio housekeep
ers, it is declared in a statement from
the Ohio commission for the blind.
The commission has a surplus stock
of 70,000, tea towels, as well as a great
number of gingham and percale
aprons. It is necessary to convert
this stock Into cash, said the state
ment in order to provide more materl-1
al. To do this, the commission has
asked the blind workers to assist in
disposing of the stock, on a commis
sion basis, to their friends and neigh
bors, and through stores in towns
where they live.
During the last year, according to
commissioners the demand for em
ployment by the Mind has Increased
BO per cent while sales of their pro
ducts have fallen off in a like degree.
Thirty per cent of the workers are not
capable of doing more difficult work
than hemming towels, said the state
ment. , ,
The state employes saleswomen to
take charge of departments in stores
In five cities where the firm donates
space for this purpose . The commis
sion has departments in the following
Columbtra F. and R. Lazarus com-
Cleveland The Hlgbee company
Dayton The Rike-KumleT company".
Youngs town the Strouss-Hershberg
company. .. .,
Cincinnati -The McAlpin company.
CHAPLAIN OF LECION.
Students Muff Quiz
On Near East; Wife
Of Prof . Drops 'Em
ITHACA, N. Y. Prof, and Mrs. Al
fred K. Zimmern were conducting
Prof. Zimmern's class of Cornell uni
versity undergraduates through study
of the Near East question. ' Every day
found Mrs. Zimmern seated at her hus
band's side, calmly knitting, , except
when she felt the students needed her
participation in the proceedings. Then
she participated and the students mur
One day Prof, and Mrs. Zimmern
gave a quia on Near East geography,
The class did not do so well, so Mrs.
Zimmem dropped 80 per cent of them
from the course as being intellectually
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The Rev. William P. O'Connor
pastor of St Vincent de Paul
Church of Cincinnati, is the new
national chaplain of the American
Legion. He served in the 136th
' Artillery Jduring the world war.
SUED FOR $15,000
GREENVILLE, Ohio. Nov. 16.
Frank Flnton, administrator of the es
tate of Betty . Louis Flnton, deceased,
has filed suit in common pleas court
against W. D. Buchanan company for
On the evening of June 30, 1922, at
aout 6 : 30 o'clock in the evening Betty
Louis Flnton. aged about six years,
was run over on Tiffin street by a
truck driven by an employe of tha
Buchanan company and instantly kill
ed. The petition alleges that the driver
was not noticing where he was driv
ing and his machine swerved striking
the little girL who was playing In the
gutter with Borne other children and
negligence is charged for the girl'3
An anto accident is recalled on Ohio
street by the suit of Mary Elizabeta
Fake, of Gettsburg, against Henry Wl -
wer, for $3,000 damages. Mrs. Fake's
horse and buggy was struck by an
auto driven by Witwer on October 23,
1922, and Mrs. Fake alleges that she
was bruised about the body, her back;
sprained, and that she is unable to
work any more at her calling. :
The J. J- Dues Machine company et
al, vs. S. H. Pepple. Money. Amount
John C. Schilling, guardian of Moi
Its Droscha, filed inventory.
William. CL Briner and F. Mariner,
executors of Loy Briner. deceased,
filed sale bilL
JSusie Beisner, guardian of Harry
Beisner and Velma Beisner, filed the
fourth, and final account. ,
Election by .surviving partner to
take assets' filed in estate . of James
H. Burns, deceased., , ,
; The greatest catch in the memory
of the oldest fisherman, 250,000 mack-
eral, was recently.' brought Into Fred-
enckstad, Norway. ,,
Carl Kimpel, D. C, Ph. C.
I 43 South 7th St.
unqualified. The murmur grew to a
roar and the roar has spread all over
Debate is spirited on the propriety
Of Mrs. Zimmern's presence in the
class room and her assumption of
control. The expelled students vocif
erously maintain the place of faculty
wives is at home. .
Prof. Zimmern occupies the chair of
international politics at the University
of Wales and regarded as one of the
leading British educators in his field.
He is teaching at Cornell for this year
only. 1 Mrs. Zimmern, a French-woman,
is also a university lecturer.
If You Want a New Suit That
Really Fits, See
G. H. GERLACH
1031 Vz Main 8t Over Farwlgs
Fresh Every Day
Order Them from Your Grocer
Bring Us Your BATTERY Work
We can give you the best service possible on battery work. We
have Just installed new equipment for battery repairs recharg
ing, rebuilding. Any battery work at reasonable prices.
CmCLNNATI Batteries Attractive Prices
Guaranteed 2 Years
We Will Accept Your Old Battery in Trade
- Alcohol, Hood and Radiator Covers, and Skid Chains
Richmond Tire Service
Cor. 11th and Main Streets
Open Evenings and Sundays
We Hare Christmas Gifts
DENNIS-GAAR CO., Inc.
Tailors and Haberdashers .
1010 Main St. In the Westcott
Over 100 Style of Silk Shade
Lamps Shown at
K i :T -junior-1 1A
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Now in Effect
If you have not as yet
bought that new heat
er, now is the time to
make your - selection.
We guarantee every
stove we sell to give
Prices are now down
to their lowest level.
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The House of Fashionable Millinery
ORROW & ONLY!
Your Choice of An Immense Specially
1 , Purchased Qroup of
Newest Fall Hats!
Read this list of Advance
Winter Fashions included
in the Sale-
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Metallic Cloth Hats-
-Flower Trim'd Hats
Every new style, color,
and trim is represented
in the wonderful assort
ment! Sale is for
Some of the most
of the Entire Year!
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For Tomorrow and Saturday
The finest line of Felt Hats offered in this city. All
clean, new stocks. These Hats , have been selling all
season at $3.00, $3.50 and $4.00.
at . . . .
' New. y
(THE ORIGINAL CUT-RATE)
Just received a fresh supply and to intrdSuce
them they are being sold out at real prices.
An exceptional offering of dollar
quality, - priced at 49c becaus of
enormous output and ever growing
NUTS & FRUITS
In full pound boxes, and sold .only at
Jack Horner Headquarters.
; Full pound 0 q
It's Getting Colder!
Don't forget, we are headquarters for Cold
Breakers. We recommend any of the following:
Our "1-Day" Cold
Bark Cough Syrup
at...24 and 49c
DeWitt's White Pine and Menthol
Cough Syrup 23 and 43c
At real cut prices--new
If you have a good Hot Water Bottle, we have
attachments complete to make, a . .. P A
Everyone likes candy, especially if It
Whole; luscious cherries in -a de
liciously rich cream, heavily covered
with Sweet Chocolate.
; A $1.00 Value for ;
j r :-; 69 Cents t "..
Bold only at Jack Earner neadquarters.
PALLADIUM WANT ADS BRING RESULTS