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RIOmiOirD DAILY, PALLADIUM, rBIDAY MOBNINQ, : DECEMBEB 9, 1904.
PAGE ITV2S at wmi BY A SCORE OF 10 TO 4 IN AN INTERESTING GAME . INDIANAPOLIS LOST AGAIN r. f" ? Danville Was Defeated at Lafayette Notes of the Gaines of the Two Leagues. Richmond Muncie . . Marion . . Anderson L. Pet. 6 .025 0 .025 7 .588 8 .400 P. W. 16 10 10 10 17 10 15 7 Muncie Won Again. (Special to the Palladium.) v Muncie, December 8. Anderson did not come in the money at all in the game with Muncie here tonight and the home team won, 10 to 4. Both Higgins and Hart played star games. ITolderncss was relieved in the second period by De Witt, the local boy. Mallory played a mag nificent game in front of the cage for Anderson. In the last period Gardner, the Anderson half back, made a long drive and caged the ball. The play was one of the pret tiest seen here this season. The lineup: Muncie Anderson Higgins rush Mercer Hart . , . . rush Wodtke Farrell center Miller Holderness ..half back Gardner Cashma h . .' . goal Malory Score Muncie 10, Anderson 4. Rushes Higgins 14, Mercer 3. Fouls Holderness, iFarrell. Stops Cashman 34, Mallory 49. Referee Waller. Attendance; 1,800. First Period. Mercer-2:23. 4 Hart 2:37. Holderness 3 :21, Hart :06. ; Hart 2:00. Hart 3:21. Second Period. Wodtke 1:16. ( Mercer 2:50. ' ' 1 Hart 8:04. Higgins :24. Third Period. Higgins 10:02. ' Higgins 2 :04. Gardner 3:51. Higgins 2 :00. CENTRAL LEAGUE P. W. 24 15 25 14 ,26 15 24 11 23 11 25 11 9 3 Pet. .625 Danville .... Fit. Wayne . Terre Haute N Kokomo .... Logansport .. Lafayette . . . Indianapolis .. 9 11 11 13 13 14 6 .580 .576 .458 .434 .440 .333 Logansport Won. , (Special to the Palladium.) Logansport, December 8. Terre Haute lost to , Logansport .tonight on the latter's floor, 6 to 1. The home team had one goal chalked up to its credit. by Terre Haute making a foul in goal. Spencer played a star game for Logansport. The lineup: Logansport Terre Haute V Spencer rush Hipson Lincoln rush Harkins Whiting center ..... .Hadley Griffith half back . Wood Berry goal Mullen Score Logansport G, Terre Haute 1. Rushes Lincoln 5, Hipson-5. i Fouls Griffith, Hadley. .. .. .. Stops Mullen 39, Berry 33. Referee Lowery. Attendance S00. Your Liver Will be roused to its natural duties constipation be cured i. you take' jpHood's' Pills j 2o cents. OEFEATE LAST SCHEDULE TOR THE WEEK. Friday Muncice at Anderson. Richmond at Marion. Saturday Anderson at Richmond. First Period. Foul in goal on Terre Haute 10. Spencer 2:35. Second Period. Spencer 4 :20. Hipson 1 :50. Lincoln 7:20. . ' .. " ' Third Period. Spencer 3 :30. " Spencer 1 :30. "Soxy" Lyons Played. Indianapolis, December 8. The Railroaders were too much for the Indians tonight and the latter lost, 4 to 3. "Soxy" Lyons, the old El wood half back, made his appearance on the Indian team in place of Cogg shall, at center. Haughton was not in form tonight and did not play his usual game. Whipple relieved Ley don at rush. The lineup: Indianapolis Ft. Wayne Haughton .... rush Jason McGilvary .... rush ...... Leydon I Lyons center . Canavan , (VHara half back . . . McGrath llarner coal Sutton I Score India npolis 3, Fort! Wayne 4. Rushes Jason 9, Haughton 1. Fouls O'Hara 2, McGrath and Leydon. Stops Harper 38, Sutton 25. Referee Moran. Attendance 1,000. First Period. Jason 7 :50. Leydon 3:18. McGilvary 3 :50. Second Period. Lyons 2 :34. McGilvary 6:01. Third Period. Canavan 8 :26. Whipple 6 :17. League Leaders Lost. (Special to the Palladium.) Danville, December 8. The lea gue leaders were defeated by Lafay ette tonight' 5 to 2. Campbell play ed the best game for Danville, but the .way Long John Wiley broke up the rushes, for - Danville men was too much for any one and the Suck ers were unable to get the ball past him very much. The lineup: Danville Lafayette Daly rush Warner Campbell .... rush Gavitt Murtaugh center Wiley Hardy . half back .... Devlin Heffermann ....goal Tibbitts Score Danville 2, Lafayette 5. Rushes Daly 3, Warner 6. Fouls Wiley, Campbell, Hardy. Stops Heffermann 40, Tibbitts46. Referee Haley. Attendance 1,000. First Period. i , Gavitt :15. Second Period. Wiley :35. Warner 10 :00. Campbell :09. Gavitt :07. Campbell 1 :16. Third Period. Gavitt 6:26. SERIO-COMEDY Takes Place on a Pullman Sleeper A Honeymoon Adventure. Charles Bichant. of Granville, O., is a pessimist on tho subject of bachelors ' of the cvn-4v variety. Charley got married Wdnesday and he and his blushing bride boarded a west-bound Pennsylvania train at Greenville on the evening of the same day amid a perfect downpour of old shoes, several of which bounc ed off the head of the irate bride groom. On reaching their seat Charley's temper frazzled out com pletely and reaching down, gathered in a shoe which was resting in the aisleway underneath a berth where in reposed, peacefully but noisily, a woman hater of qxiestionable age. With this sho Bichant let drive out of a car window at one of the tor mentors in the station. Presently the crusty bachelor in the berth was awakened from his dreams by his loud snoring and on examination he found that he was minus one boot. Explanations . and ructuresnue lan guage followed and at Richmond Cbarlpc dv?r ur a new rair of shovs from his valise, bought expressly for the honeymoon, and the crusty pasuaddu aaa-vv suoissud .OSuc s.auo kht CHADWICK 'OLD H ARRESTED! DISAPPEARED (Continued from first page.) has been mentioned in connection with the case, but was informed that Mr. Kline had asked not to be dis turbed. He left word that Mrs. Chadvvick desired to see the attorney and then returning to the Breslin sent a cable gram to Paris. He would not dis close the name of the person to whom the message was addressed. A few minutes before 9 o'clock Mrs. Chadwick i came down from her apartments and prepared for the journey to the federal building. She appeared to be very, weak and leaned heavily on the arm of the United States marshal. Before leaving the hotel she was compelled to sit on a couch in the hall and rest for a time. On the way from the hotel to the federal building Mrs. Chadwick said to the marshal, who had her in cus tody: "The time will come when these people will see that I am a very much maligned and persecuted woman. When I think of what I have gone through in the past few weeks I wonder that I am not in sane. Everybody has jumped on me, but I will come out of this all right, and when I do I will issue a state ment to the public that will show how innocent I have been." Oberlin, O., December 8 When in formed that Mrs. Chadwick had been arrested in New York, President C. T. Beck with, of the Citizens' Na tional bank, said: "I fear that all is lost." "What has you to say in regard to this matter, Mr. Beckwith?", was asked. "I have nothing to say, only this: God knows I thought I was doing right. Why should I "not have thought that the securities I possess ed were genuine? I trusted too much in the woman," and with this he put his hands to his face and sobbed, "Oh, if I had only known what I do now how much suffering and distress I could have saved my self and others." Cashier Spear was also told of the arrest, and refused td make any statement. A second request for an opinion was responded to by having the door of Spear's house slammed shut. THEY ALL GO. TO PARSON'S, THE LEADING PHOTOGRAPHER, FOR THEIR XMAS PHOTOS TO GIVE AS A REMEMBRANCE. STUDIO 704 MAIN STREET. tf THE FOUR BIGFEST FOOtS (Continued from first page.) our country, but every time that he makes a new appropriation to that university he raises the price on oil so that he will be out nothing. God never meant for the oil fields, the natural gas wells, the coal mines and the gold fields to be in the hands of three or four persons who could treat the common people as they liked. I say that all trusts and combinations are wrong in the sight of God. This accumulation of wealth accounts for the small rackets that are continual ly going on in our country. The children of a wealthy person are quarreling over the division of the wealth before the parent is cold aft er death. This accounts for the well satisfied air of a' number of our lawyers. Hundreds of thousands of American citizens will go to hell while they are in the possession of millions of dollars. They have money enough to purchase the best medical treatment in the world, but that will not help them to get to heaven. Perhaps we have these types of people in Richmond and perhaps we have not. There are 1.300 mil lionaires in the city of New York, while thousands of people are fight ing for a crust of bread and apple cores. The other two types of the Graed FB ate Runs flu Today 564 Real Austrian Decorated China Plates, every plate worth 30c BOSTOIST FROM HIS HOME IN SOUTH NINTH STREET JOHN BRATZ HAS GONE And His Family, Friends and the ' Police Are Searching for Him. John Bratz, a well known old man of t Lis city, mysteriously disap peared from his home in South Ninth street, some time last night or early this morning. He was thought to have retired in the evening, but about 2 o'clock one of the family en tered the old man's room and noticed that he was gone. The alarm was im mediately raised and searching par ties among the neighbors were form ed, but at 3 o'clock this' morning no word had been hear from the unfor tunate man. The entire police de partment was notified and a syste matic search was made by the mem bers of the force but to no avail. Found at 3:30. Mr. Bratz was found at 3:30 this morning at the corner of Thirteenth and Main streets by Patrolman Sut ton.' The old man was in a very exhausted condition and could hard ly walk. When the patrolman found him he was endeavoring to get into the grocery of Peter Hus son. He was in a very exhausted condition and was removed to his home in the city ambulance. He had walked some distance as his shoes were dusty and he was completely fatigued. He could give no reason for his sudden disappearence and his relatives are at a loss to account for his actions. biggest fools are the self-confident fool and the sluggard. The self confident fool goes through life fol lowing the inclinations of his own mind and never thinking of the spiritual life or the wishes of God. The sluggard is the one who sits around with his arms folded and takes no notice of this life or of the works of the Heavenly Father." A large -congregation was present at last night's meeting. Tonight Mr. Kuhn will speak on "The Olympian Games, or The Race.' ' Sunday ev ening's subject will be "Through the Gates." Merchants' Association. The Merchants' Association will hold its regular meeting tonight in the club rooms in the Masonic Tem ple. A number of matters of im portance will come before the asso ciation and W. S. Scott, the new secretary of the club, will be pres ent. Declared Insane. Edward E. Lannettee, of Marion, who at one time was a prominent minister of the gospel, has been de clared of unsound mind and will be brought to the Eastern Indiana In sane Hospital this week Mr. Lan nettee founded the Marion branch of the Y. M. C. A. CALL AND SEE ME. BEFORE GOING ELSEWHERE AS AM CERTAIN CAN PLEASE YOU FOR YOUR XMAS PHOTOS. SPECIALTIES FOR XMAS TRADE IN WAY OF MOUNTS, ETC. STU DIO 704 MAIN STREET. tf You, want a medicine the doctors approve Ayer's Cherry Pectoral is not a simple cough syrup. It is a strong medicine, a doctor's medicine. It cures hard cases, severe and desperate cases, chronic cases of asthma, pleurisy, bronchitis, consumption. Ask your doctor about this. m;: i i: i RICHMOND vs ANDERSON SATURDAY EVENING,1 DEC. 9 AT COLISEUM! Tickets at Alt ord's Drag Store SKATING THURSDAY EVENING ! , DUBLIN. Mrs. Nathan Earl, aged fifty-six years, died yesterday after an ill j ness of several weeks. Death was due to a complication of diseases. : Besides the husband the deceased is ( survived by two children, Mrs. Ed Tweedy, of this place, and James Earl, of Columbus, O. ; Newton Bru elle and John Gruelle, of this place, brothers; Mrs. Jasper Roberts, of i Dublin, and Mrs. A. G. Compton, of Richmond, sisters. Mrs. Earl was born in Kentucky, but moved here about thirty years ago. She was an active worker in the United Brethren church and one of the most prominent women of this community. For the past two years she and Mrs. Tweedy conduct ed the hotel here. The funeral will probably take place Saturday. The interment will be in the local cem etery. "Our New Man." Skilfully organized confusion is the secret of the battle in farce writ ing, only it is essential that that em lroglio should contain an original idea. The situation may be old, but the circumstances which lead to them must be new.. Of such an order is "Our New Man," which will intro duce to us a new "that odd fellow" Harry Beresford, whose comedy methodswe have enjoj'ed so much in the past. There is no question but Mr. ' Beresford 's brilliant, refined eccentricities and peculiarities will find ample scope in this new Vincent play which is said to "be one of those bright, snappy, witty farces that is clean and free from any taint, in fact the most fastidious can approve of its scintilating flashes of merriment and enjoy its ludicrous situations and its exhilarating complications without hiding their face at anything that is unfit. The play will be stag ed upon a scale of magnificence that will add charm to the presentation. The company that Me. Beresford will bring with him, from what we are told, is said to be the best that has ever been in his support. Grand Prize and Gold Medal Award ed The Prudential. The Prudential Insurance company of America has received the Grand Prize and a Gold Medal at the St. Louis Exposition for its exhibit, il lustrating the company's business methods and vast and successful re- . suits. The Prudential and its policyhold ers are being congratulated on the fact that this award makes The Pru dentail the most highly honored in surance institution in the world. In the history of life insurance no other company has ever received a corres ponding award r although - numerous exhibits' have been made by insur ance companies in the United States U. SO GENNETT THEATER Ira Swisher, Manager, t MONDAY, DECEMBER 12TH J. J. COLEMAN Presents "That Odd Fel low," Mr. Harry BERESFORD IN "A CONTINUOUS LAUGH" "nun vmnr iriiTn 1 By Charles T. Vincent A SPASM OF LAUGHTER! PURE WHOLESOME FUN!! Prices -$1.00, 75, 50 and 2S cents. Seats now on sale at Westcotr Phar macy. C. C. A L LOW ZRTIES FOR Christmas & New i Year Holidays . To all points in Central Passenger Association Territory. Tickets on sale December 24, 25, 26 and 31, 1904, also January 1 and 2, 1905, good for return ing until January 4, 1905. Finest Trains In Central States Call on nearest C. C. & L. agent for full information regarding rates, lime of trains, etc, or address D. G. EDWARDS, P. T. M. Carew Bldg. Cincinnati, O and Europe. The award was granted by a jury of qualified experts, and places tha seal of highest approval on what by the common consent of visitors to the Exposition was one of the most interesting and instructive exhibits nt tho Sf Ttiiia . .... . r.t it Such a comprehensive exhibit was possible to The Prudential only by 1 1 v . 4. i u : t. the management of the company :exj ercises over its great organization and the vast details of its business. C. IIASEME1EK CO uim