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The Richmond Palladium.
j I' ' ' mr S. SOL LOCKE SUCCESSOR TO PATTISON iS II EYES WERE DESTROYED TO BE MAHRAGE HMOS E HER HUSDAND NOW-AT MICHI CAN CITY PUT THERE BY HER EVIDENCE. SUIT IS 110 SURPRISE 8ult Will Come Up In Circuit Court at Latonia, Ky. A Sister-ln-Law of John Locke. Mrs. Sol. Locks, wife of the Wayne County man who is now serving time at Michigan City, has brought suit for divorce in the Circuit Court at Lato nia Kentucky. Mrs. Locke is a sister-in-law of John Locke, the daring criminal who -was recently captured in San ranclsco. During the trial of th Locke family, and of Sol Locke, last summer, Mrs. Sol Locke testified against her hus band, and it was partly through her evidence that he was found guilty of larceny. There did not seem to be much affection between the couple then and the divorce suit in Kentucky Is no surprise. Mrs. Locke is a former Wayne County woman, having been born and always lived near Hagerstown. j CITY ADVERTISEMENT. Departmen; of Public Works. Office of the Board, Richmond, Ind. To Whom It May Concern: Notice is hereby given by the Board of Public Works of the City of Richmond. Indiana, that on the 28th day of March, 1906, they unanimously adopted Improvement Resolution No. C6, 1906, providinfV the improve ment of the Ease sideVtf South 13th street, from Rltln street. South to South A street. By the construction of a cement sidewalk therecA to a uni form width of six (6) feet,taccept that , part already constructed of cement. I The Board ofWorks of said city has flffWeAsday, April 11th. 1306, ! atran e 'Tni. "Y remon- e filed oft presented' by perso sted in, or affected by, said .Improvement, as above described, d on said day, at 10 said Board will meet at the purpose of hearing o'clock a. Its office and considering any remonstrances wMeh may have been filed or present ed, and for the purpose of taking final aotloa thereon. Such action shall be final and conclusive upon all persons. JOS. S. ZELLER, JOHN P. DAVENPORT. .. WILLIAM H. ROSA, Board of Public Works. WANTS DVORC ti fa Oat cycmaylb fyintelb m saadI MOT THE WORLD RENOWUEI ERELL AMD LAGO W PIANOS T E2sdo In tho Finest Factory in the jCZtdd Otates. 'Made by the best and oxperionced workmen. ( ' Acknowledged the most perfect jcrcr?3 end sweetest toned Pianos in the . LOWEST PRICES Osr reduced expenses enable us to save 1 parcliftfier' from Fifty Dctlzra on each Piano. J T7e represent the factory direct. EASY TERR FlffiOS i PlfttJOS I Pom'os Watseoi In Event cf Ohio Governor's Death, A. L. Harris, of Eaton, Would Sue- ceed to Position. Andrew L. Harris will succeed John M. Pattison as governor of Ohio, in case of the j latter's death. Harris was born in .Butler county In 1835. He ia a graduate of Miami university. In 1861 he enlisted and four years later, after being twice severely wounded,' came out of the war as brevet brigadier general. Admitted to the bar in' 1S65, he was elected to the state senate from the Third dis trict three times, and was the pro bate judge of Preble county three terms. He also served two terms as lieutenant governor, being elected in 1891 and again in 1893. He ran on the ticket with Gov: Herrlck In 1895, and was elected, while the head of the ticket met . defeat. Mr. ' Harris residence 'is in. Eaton. He has num erous relatives in Richmond. Charctr Shown Ia Woik, " " A foolish person builds foolishly, and a wise one sensibly, a virtuous one. beautifully and a vicious one badly. If stonework is well put together it means that a thoughtful mas cut It and an honest man cemented it. If it has too much ornament it means that Its carver was too greedy of pleasure, if too little that be was rude or in sensitive or stupid or the like. A man may hide himself from you or misrepre sent himself to you every other way, but he cannot in bis work. There be sure you have him to the utmost, all that he likes, all that he sees, all that he can do his imagination, his affec tion, bis perserverance, his impatience, clumsiness, cleverness, everything is there. If the work is a cobweb yon know . it was made by a spider, if a honeycomb by a bee, a wormcast is thrown up by a worm and a nest wreathed by a bird, and a house is built by a man worthlly.if be is worthy and Ignobly if he is ignoble. And al ways, from the least to the greatest, as a thing made is good or bad so ia the maker of it. Animals Play la Exerctae. The relaxed rhythmical movements so common among animals at play, the gamboling of lambs, the play of kittens and many similar animal activities, are Imitated by man In the primitive dances which form so large a part in the social and religious life of all abo riginal peoples. These motions of leap ing, swinging, swaying and twisting of the body have, all of them, a most inti mate and powerful Influence upon the body's activities, organic and muscu lar. Rolling is a form of exercise which is a favorite with many animals and Is especially practiced for the pur pose ,p. relieving, fatigue, The A PIANO THAT ANY ONE CAN PLAY! NO MUSICAL EDUCATION NECESSARY & ANY ONE CAN PRODUCE THE WONDROUS TECHNIQUE OF A GREAT ARTIST AND OBTAIN THE MOST DELICATE TONE SHADING to Seventy-five See us before you buy, save money and gain quality. .Klo. -ossfth 7fthi';, Wo make a opccialty bf ohoct muolo RANK FAILURE? COURT RECORDS FOR MARCH 8H0W THERE HAVE BEEN NINE DIVORCE SUITS. WERE THIRTY MARRIAGES This Basis it Would Indicate That Nearly One Third of the Unions Are Unhappy. From the appearance of the Wayne Circuit Court Docket, it seems that it is very nearly as easy to be divorced as it Is to be married in this county. During the month of March, nine di vorce suits have been filed and all of them, with more from February will be heard in the April term of court. Nine' divorce suits in one month may not look so very formidable ,but when the whole year is taken, with March as an average, the figures show that over 100 couples seek di vorce each year in Wayne County, and most of the divorces are granted. During the twenty-eight days of this month about thirty suits have been filed in the Circuit Court. With nine of them divorce suits, It shows that nearly 33 per cent of the Court's time is taken up in separating per sons who are unhappily married. There have also been about thirty marriage licenses issued during the month, and if all the divorces are granted, figures show that one third of the marriages In Wayne County are rank failures. See what you have heard in print and in addition win a dollar for doing it Phone the Palladium what you know. A Blatter of Money. - "Would you marry a woman who had sued another man for breach of prom ise?" "Well, It would depend largely on how much the jury had compelled him to pay her." Chicago Record-Herald. She Waa Ready. "What a loud peal that is at the door bell." "Yes; Mr. Catchem is coming this evening. I rather think that is my en gagement ring." Baltimore American. , Happy the man who early learns the wide chasm that lies between his wishes and his powers. Goethe. Musical Marvel of the Hew Century EITHER WAY YOl LOOK ATI Strficoie find in the Krell Auto-G worth the musician's idei Suppose, yon cannot tonch a key musical taste by the mere ism, operating An Oxford Man Loses Sigh a Re sult of Being Burned by Ammo nia Peculiar Accident. Pa.Hadtu.ri Special-! Oxford, Mar. 28 John Delmore, en gineer at the Shera Milk Condensing Plant, met with a very serious acci dent Wednesday afternoon, and it is feared both eyes are destroyed. He was repairing a glass gauge which showed the amount of ammonia, in a large tank in the cold storage appar atus. The ammonia had been pump ed up to a pressure of 150 pounds per square inch. The gauge burst and the ammonia struck Delmore in thq face. His eyes were badly burned and it is feared the sight is entirely destroyed. He inhaled a large amount, badly burning his lungs. ELKS LECTION TONIGHT Candidates for .Various Offices Have Been Nominated and Contests Are of Interest. At the meeting of the Elks tomor row night, the election of officers to Berve for the coming year will be held. The nominations for the offlces have i.en as follows: Exalted Ruler E. R. Lemon and F. I. Braffett. Esteemed Leading Knight A. A. Burr. Esteemed Loyal Knight F. , L. Torrence. " Esteemed Lecturing Knight W. F. Eggemeyer. Secretary G. E. H'M and E. B. Cal vert. Treasurer A. E. Morel. Tyler W. B. Simmons. Trustee S. W. Oaar. NOTICE TO ICE CONSUMERS. We have been out of the rail trade for the past five years. "Ws will start to deliver ice to th citlmi3 of Rich mond on April Irst, aoKsoIlcit your patronage, guar inteeMg good service and prompt del ver All telephone communications jpni reeeive prompt attention and courteous treatment. UNION ICE CO., Otto Rettig, Mgr. ; Phones: Home, 941; Bell, 10 R. Factory and Office, West Third and Chestnut. Palladium Want Ads Pay. 1 mm TWOWA ARE THANyONE you are an accomplished pianistwithv an ear a perfect scale from silvery treble to rich, sonorous bass.Suppose you are sensitive to the little ctifferences in tone, tonch and anon. Yon will id an Lpnght Grand Pit on the other h d, a sheet of music isGreek to you and without discord. Bu and achieve b iant results upon tfe Krell turn of a lever wiich makes it a rfect perforated musK rolls. IT IS TOTALLY DIFFERENT jThe Krell Auto-Grand is no combinatn but a single instrument, a superb Upright Srand PiaJTo of exquisite tone, full in volumAbeauti&fl in design aad finish, which may be qjeraufl in two different ways. Protected by broatfpatents, Wo are Sole RvpresentetWoss In This Territory. fiNE- TUNING and . REPAIRING o Specidty. otemloJ Pdg, Behmondl, DgdcL and muolc book SERVED AT OHCE GRAND JURY HAS BEEN DRAWN AND WILL CONVENE AT COURT HOUSE MONDAY. WORK THAT IS OUTLINED Proffit Case Will be Jury's Most Im portant Task Locke Will Not Make it Any More Work. The grand Jury for the April term of Court has been drawn and the summons will be served today or to morrow b;- Sheriff Smith. The Grand Juy will convene next Monday morn ing after receiving instructions from Judge Fox. The Locke case will not furnish any added material for the grand jury as the prisoner is already under indict ment for grand larceny and has but to stand trial. About the only busi ness the body wll have will be the murder case of Proffit and the case of Frankenberg, who is suspected of contributing to the delinquency of young girls. Summons for men to serve on the petit jury will also be served, al though the men will not need to go Into session before the middle of the month. When they do, the criminal docket will be attended to first, fol lowed by the civil cases, which will take up the attention of the jury un til summer. See what you have heard in print and in addition win a dollar for doing It. v Phone the Palladium what you know. All telephone commjrncations to the Union Ice Co., frileceive prompt attention and courtfeis treatment -Otto Rettig, Manager. 9 Phones: Bell, 10R; Home, 941. Union Ice Co., for Jj&b- artificial and natura ice 4f Uibest quality. Ot&rRettigManager. Phones: Bell, 10R; Hue. ML Union Ice Co tor ice," courteous treatment from amr help guaranteed... to Rettig, Manager. Phones: Bell, 10R: Home, 941. Most disfiguring skin eruptions, scrofula, pimples, rashes, etc., are due to impure blood.- Burdock Blood Bit ters is a cleansing blood tonic. Makes you clear-eyed, clear-brained, clear skinned. v GULAR PIANO OB AUTOMATIC AT WILL GUARANTEED FIVE YEARS BETTER Wat demands of surprising FIG OTHER MAHUFAG' TURERS CAN OR DARE GIVE SUGH A GUARANTEE can Rf1" you Auto-Grand playing - mechfcn - CALL AND HEAR IT So ordoro. Ordoro filled in throe day c. READ Wanted, Found and Lost, ia ter, are inserted in thes co' over fifteen (151- words in ments inserted free of charge. member that letters directed to through tb postoffice. PALLADIUM FOR WANTED A girl for Silver Pantry. , Call back door. Hotel Westcott. 2t WANTED To do washing. inquire 425 Pearl Street. WANTED A girl for housework at 50 South Thirteenth. Cal at once. WANTED Boy to drive wagon at Eldorado Laundry. WANTED A room Tor light house keeping. Address L., care of Palla dium. WANTED Man to do dairylorTr. Phone 56S. WANTED Second hand school books wanted at Barters station ary store, 925 Main street. WANTED At 309 North Tenth street, an experienced girl for gen eral housework; good wages to the right party. WANTED A young man with a bi cycle, wiling to work. Bee Hive Gro cery Company WANTED Good pay for earnest workers everywhere distributing circulars, samples and advertising matter. No canvassing.' Cooperative Advertising Co., N. Y. WANTED Board and room In prl- vate family by gentleman. Address H. P. L., care Palladium. WANTED Situation, cook, good, steady man wants situation. First class cook. George Fair, City. Gen eral delivery. WANTED Experienced men in trim ming department, cutter, seat and s top man. Address Peters Buggy Company, Columbus, Ohio. SITUATION WANTED As farm hand to '- work by month by able, willing and -experienced man. Ad- dress E. A. Wrlg.Ht, 305 N. 8th St WANTED-7A girl for general house work. No washing or ffpnlng. 122 N. 15th ati-eeL -s v - - The Wonderful Its variety of tone and tone shading: opens up realms of most delightful har mony never before attaint 6 by any piano. We have no worked-ovor Pianoo : Our stock of new instrumcntn lo ABSOLUTELY FREGH ' No Back Numbers. THE FINEST SELECTION of iirst-ciass Pianos In Richmond SPECIAL: We have a number of gcodt Second-hand Pianos aad Organs, taken in exchange cn cur superb New Pianos, that we will close out;, at remarkably low figu. es. We need the room. J Cash or Easy Payments. THIS I V I which personal pain does not eni' imns free, providing they are hot length. No business advertise Advertisers will do well to re- 1 Initiala Only are not delivered WANT ADS. FOR RENT Furnished room with - heat and bath. No. 42 South Tenth FOR RENT A nicelv furnished room with heat and bath, at 42 S. Tenth street. VtiH SALS-Prlvate sale of House- hold goods Friday and Saturday, March 30 and 31, at the residence 417 North Seventeenth street. FOR SALE Baby cab; almost, new. 223 North Fourteenth street. 27-2 FOR SALE Stallion by Hal Dilliard three years old. For particular enquire Jesse Schultt's saloon, 22 North E street FOR SALE. Richmond property ..... a specialty. Porterfleld, Kelly Block. Phone S2. J tf FOR SALE Shade trees for, sake. Address James Garrett, Fountain City, Indiana. FOR RENT Store room with four room flat above. Newly papered and painted; bath, electric light-.' Corner Main and 13th Phones 626 and 1044. street. FOR RENT Store room with foar ( room fiat . above. Newly papered ' and painted; bath, electric llghtjL Corner Main and 13th strec Phones 626 and 1044. FOTTTIENT Seven room flat. Dot kinds of water. . closet, electric ieciio 41 K- lights. Summer kitchen, over 8th street Rent $15. Phones and inii 1 1 i LOST A bunch of keys belonging to Frank Newman; near Eighth and North E streets. Finder please re turn to Mr. Newman. j LOST Persian Band Comb. Finder return Home Telephone Office. ' . : LOST One Brown Storm Cover lor Horse. Return to J. M. Eggemeyer Reward. , , . 1 - LOST A steel, bead purse attached to a navy blue belt Please - at Home Telephone operatl room. 99 .0 PIANOS : PIANOS V - rttl Roam)