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The Richmond Palladium, Tuesday, April 3, 1906.
Page b. COMPANY MUST ! REMOVE TRACKS !Srr , ' ' ' ' ' i 1 I. & E. Is Refused the Use of ; Bridge Near Richmond i j Country Club. i . JT HAS NO RIGHT THERE COMPANY GRANTED USE OF BRIDGE FOR SHORT TIME HAS 1 TAKEN ADVANTAGE OF OFFER NOW MUST MOVE. Unless the lnterurban tracks are removed from the small bridge over the Clear Creek, near the Country Club, within a short time, It Is prob able that the County Commissioners will take action In the matter and see that the tracks are taken up. The In dianapolis & Eastern Railway, which operates the Richmond Street & ln terurban has no franchise calling for the use of this bridge, and the prac tice must be discontinued. When the franchise was granted permission was asked and received Iby the lnterurban company to use the small steel bridge, just east of the Club House, on the National road, un til there was time enough for the company to build its own bridge across the stream. Six years have passed since the franchise was grant ed, and the Commissioners find that no move has been made by the com pany to build its own bridge or pay for the UBe of the county structure. There are many complaints as the bridge Is not very wide, and Comrais- Isloner Dynes, of Centerville, is de termined tha the lnterurban company shall not use it any longer. There is another bridge between Cambridge City and Milton, which is being used by the electric road, but the residents of that community fear that if they register a complaint, and the use of the bridge is forbidden the railway, the tracks will be taken up land the service suspended. The Com missioners will take no action, there fore, in that matter, unless the resi- dents complain. CENTRAL UN VERY ION ANXIOUS 'Council Is Urged to Allow It To Place Its Wires Under ground at Once. OFFICIAL LETTER READ "VtESIDENT RICHARDSON SENDS WORD TO COUNCIL THAT HIS COMPANY WILL IMPROVE EVEN IF IN AIR. The Central Union Telephone Com pany is extremely anxious to place its wires underground. At the present 'time it is endeavoring to hare council grant Its permission to have its wires placed in conduits. At council last evening the following letter was read: "Indianapolis, March 23. 1906. To the Hon. Mayor and Common j Council, Richmond, Indiana: "Gentlemen: On the sixth day of MTch, 1905, the Central Union Tele phone company presented a request ' that it b4 granted the right to place its wires and cables in conduits, to be I built by it under the streets of the City of Richmond, within the business districts. The ordinance covering this mattr was subsequently, on or about the fifth day of September, 1905. laid on the table by vote of the common (council. We now desire to renew this application and to ask that such ordinance be given immediate cou sideration, as we desire to build con duits this spring and summer, to the iend that our service in your city and to your citizens may be improved and the general appearance of your city be also improved by taking away the unsightly poles and wires now erected on your business streets. Of course you will appreciate that unless we are i granted the right to go underground, lit will be necessary to continue and Ito enlarge the present aerial plant. I Respectfully, "The Central Union Telephne Co. j "L. G. RICHARDSON, Pres." i , It Is thought that the Central Union I Company notified council of its inten Itlon to go ahead with its Improvement I so that in the event of council trying ' to force the company underground at home future date, It would have ma i terial with which ta fight the matter tin court. CONSUMPTIVES TO CARRY PAPER CUPS Dr. Davis Would Have Suffer ers From Disease Carry Their Own Cuspidors. TO PREVENT ITS SPREAD RICHMOND DOCTOR CONTENDS 4 THAT CONSUMPTION IS LARGE LY DUE TO EXPECTORATING ON STREETS. The high average of deaths from consumption in this city still contin ues, but, according to Dr. T. Henry Davis, secretary of the city board of health, it is not due to Richmond be ing situated in an unhealthy locality. He states that the average the world over is one death in every seven re sulting from the white plague. This is the general average maintained iu Richmond. . "Deaths from consumption could be considerably reduced" said Dr. Davis "if people were more careful about spitting on the streets, side walks and .in public places. There is an ordinance in this city prohibiting spitting on the sidewalks and in pub lic places but, naturally it is very hard to enforce this ordinance. Peo ple fall to relalze the importance of observing it." Dr. Davis stated that this evil could be greatly remedied if every person, known to be effected with consump tion, be compelled to carry a cup made of especially prepared paper, in which to expectorate. These cups could be burned up and the germs killed. LOCKE WAS TAKEN (Continued From Page One.) the ex-fugltlve a chance to visit his home. This fear is now dispelled, and al though Phoebe Locke, the mother of John protests that the picture is not tht of her son, a little grandson recog nized him and Locke's father. Solo mon, says it is the face of his son. Story of Locke's Capture. At the time of the arrest, John Locke was with his wife, attending a dance. After a number, he had ta ken his seat, when the officers seized him." He made no effort to resist, but allowed himself to be led awy. He was found to be' well armed, having a modern, automate revolver upon his person. After Locke's rrest, it was necessary to get Harris before he should get wind of his partner's cap ture, and accordingly a hunt was made for him. He was found in his room, and by imitating the voice of Locke, the officers gained an entrance and secured the badly wanted man. Hagerstown people are thankful that the two famous desperadoes are again in the clutches of the law and it is the hope here that they will be giv en the limit of the law. It is feared that until they are safe behind prison bars they will manage to effect their escape and come back again to ply their nefarious trade. SUGGEST SALARY FUR TRUSTEES Attorney General Miller Advo cates a Reform for the Hoosier State. OUTLINES THE NEW PLAN. IN SMALL TOWNSHIPS THE TRUS TEES DO NOT GET ENOUGH PAY TO JUSTIFY THEM IN THEIR WORK. Must Count Their Mail. An order has been posted by the post office authorities instructing the carriers on the rural routes to count the pieces of mail handled and sub mit a monthly report of their count. This was formerly done, but for the past six months, the carriers have t not been obliged to count the mail handled. J Wayne County officials in general look with favor on Attorney-General Miller's plan of placing the office of township trustee on a salary basi3. Trustees now receive $2 a day for each day of actual service, making the amount received from J100 a year to ?616 the maximum. On this per diem basis many trustees of the poor er townships receive scarcely enough compensation to justify them in leav ing their own business to attend to official duties as tustee. There are 1.016 township trustees in the State and each pays $1 member ship fee Into the treasury of the as sociation, and this fund is used to de fray the expenses of the annual meet ings. The attendance at the present meeting will reach 500, the largest in the history of the organization. Gov. Hanly's proposition to remove from the custody of all public officers the funds that come into their hands. and the placing of such funds in banks which shall be required to give bond for their security, came up for discuss ion during the session. RIVER IS. R GREAT FLOOD EXPECTED Landings Are Under Water at Evans ville and it is Thought Water Will Be Higher Than at Any Time Since 1897. Peter Johnson Co., will store your base burners. od . Palladium Special. Evansville, Ind., April 2. The Ohio river and its tributaries eontinue to rise rapidly and the greatest flood since 1897 is anticipated. A conserva tive estimate is that the Ohio river will reach a stage of forty or forty one feet here before the high water begins to recede. The water-works plant above the city, is surrounded by water and the workmen go to and from work in skiffs. For miles above and below the city the water is spread out over thousands of acres of wheat ground. Considerable corn has been lost in the lowlands and dur ing the last two days towboats and tugboats have been busy removing the corn. A great many families have been forced out of the bottoms - to higher grounds. Mrs. Stofer Injured Palladium Special. 1 Cambridge, City. April 2. Mrs. Henry Stofer, a well knwn resident of this city, was seriously injured at her home on West Church street Xfonday morning. Mrs. Stofer had been upstairs doii., her morning work and in starting to go down stairs be came very sick and dizzy, which re sulted in her falling down the stairs. As a result of the fall she was ren dered unconscious and also seriously injured internally. 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