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The Richmond Palladium, Tuesday, April Z4, iot.
r;c:;::3DiiLY PAUiciir.1 Palladium Printing Co Publishers. Masonic Building, North 9th and A . Streets, 1 Eatr4 at Richmond Poatofflce as second olaaa matter. Weekly Established 1831. Dally Established 187ft. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. By Mail In Advance. Dally, one year J 3.00.. Baity, nix : tenths. , ............ . - 1-5Q iajly; t&ree months, . . . .75 'Dally, one month." ......... .25 'BY CARRIER 7 CENTS A WEEK. Persons wishing to take the PALLA DtdM by canTer may., order by postal 'or telephone either 'phone No. 21. Shen delivery is Irregular kindly e complaint fhe PALLADIUM will- be tound at the following places: Palladium Ofttce. WestcotVHotel.- Arltnfrtoa Hotel - Union News Company Depot.- Gates' Clgitf Store, West Main, ; TJhe EJmnlf e, Cigar Store. TWO CENTS AT ALL PLACES OF S SALE, " " ussby, aprjl, 2.4,; woe.- ' CONTRIBUTING GENEROUSLY. Richmond still . continues to con tribute gejtWfMiBjji to, the fund, for, the suftorers) of, the 8ai Francisco earth-, quake, horror The Palladium- fund already amounts- to over- seven hun dred dollars, and the contributions' continue, to cpma. i every day. . Lnst Bivnday, was . generally, observed by. the churches as a day for raising mon ey for. the. stricken, city, and several hundred dollars were- taken in. Th Woman's.' League,, is also, actively, en. gaged. In, creating, a fund for, the. rr lief work, besides taking, up a collec tion of bedding and- clothing to b sent to the far west The same story is true of, almost, every other, city in the United . States.' All over the country i some of money ranging from a few. hundred dollars, to hundred of thousands, are being-raised to send to the survivors of the frightful earth quake whlcb devastated a ;cltjf "jtrf over four hundred thousand inhab itants. When an accounting is made of 'the total1 sum turned over for -the work 'of relief; Americans will- have Just cause to be proud of their gen erosity. In truth we predict that foreign- countries, will stand, amazed at- the sum which the, people of. this country- will ' turn in- as a voluntary tax, , and will, admit that such gener osity has never; been equalled through out the world. It will be pardonable for ua, to feel; gratified at this, as It will: show European countries, so given to. scoffing at us for our extra vagant and. carelpaa ways growing out., of our unprecedented prosperity, that good times, have not spoiled us and that our gifts towards helping our, unfortunate fellow country mer. MrtBMiBaBHaBMBaiaBBaaaM lit - . W I-rale - : - I .ri.- rl f;$ufwhi Hottincham Curtaino 45 cents to 04.50 Arabian Curtains 7 01-75 to 05.40 BruGoolo Curtains ;;(';.;;,:.r04.0Q.to"'.olo.oo: are on the same great scale as our productive ability.. Let the good work continue. Let everyone give aa much aa can possibly be afforded. The citizens of Richmond and Wayne county ought to raise every cent of ten thousand dollars, and it can be, dpne If everyone will contribute their share. , CUPID BUSY IN WRECKED CITY. An unusual phase growing out of the San, Franclscoi disaster has just come to light Scores of young couples who were engaged previously to the earthquake are hastening their weddings. On Saturday morning dur ing one hour there vrere seven appli cations, for marriage licenses. Path etic Incidents have grown out of the questions asked concerning the pros pective grooms residence. "I don't live, anywhere," is the answer given In many cases, and occasionally the answer is, " I used, to live iq San Francisco." The reason for these hasty marriages lies in the predica ment of the women of the city. Practi cally all of them are now homeless, and In their extremity such of them as are engaged have -turned to their fiancees for aid, " Great credit Is due the men oC San, Francisco who in the face of the dreadpi, condition result Ing from the earthquake, neverthe less are willing to face the future, black though it may look, with, the added care, of a wife. The women who gain such husbands as these are lucky, for they know they are getting real men for their tlfo mates; men who by their willingness to marry at such a time have proved that the; will be true protectors In the fullest sense of the word. The, contract has already been let for, a new- eighteen story skyscraper to be built immediately in San Fran cisco. That is the San Francisco way A treating a great disaster. Just because Senator Tillman Is un usually square to the, people in. hjis "girt to help Roosevelt secure the pas jge of the rate bill, he is accused of stentng to the hum of a preslden lal bee from Democratlo hive. Let's see wasn't there a question short time ago about selling the tunlclpal, Lighting Plant? Lost, man named Witherby and, a ?al for ejectrlo lighting plant ' Rockefeller gives $100,000! a film of varnish to cover a multitude of evils. Not a gift, but a little white wash which the people have the privilege to pay. John D's philanth ropy is like the gambler who always cave a, five to get a ten; the gambler was like, the thief who. gave a poor widow a. dollar to find out where she kept her money, rtow few are they who are not Indebted to this kind, philanthropic Chrlslan eoul! You ask for a greater "cheapskate," something impossible, - but there was an umo, warmer ;wno was. truly a "cheap skate." He delighted In skin ning people just through pure cussed nesa, he, nevergave to charity, but he did not pretend to be. a Christian; This farmer raised hogs which he lever sold by weight .Whenever . he not ready to sell he made an appoint ment with a buyer, and Just before 'he buyer came, he. would feed: the cgs on dry sponges and let them irlnk their fill of. water. He" always 14 by lump. In Justice to the farm t we shall not compare him to Job' VOICE OF THE PEOPLE D., but we do say If the swine had eaten the sponges with the intention of their master and loaded up on er with the intention of deceiving Others, there would have been In business methods a striking jesem blance between Rockefeller and those, hogs. R. F. V. Fire Insurance In California Noting in one of theflpcal papers last week that the Fire nies would hunt loop themselves from di of the losses sustained and having had, som the correctness of what effect the losses! ing to have on the sented by us. we kn way of answering the by submitting the in ceived direct from the Home Insurance Co. Dougan & Co.: "We are now able to state liability under every policy on property in the whfecity Francisco Is not ejeceecung 000. If newspaper J'epO: rect the Home's losv will TWO MILLION DOLLARS; paying claims upon ins the'. maining will be upwards Of MILLION DOLLARf. Wesh adjusting and paying claims as our men can reach the city, In other similar caseJrnotably go, Bolton and Baltimore, the HqME policies will be worth one hundred cents an the dollar. ew York Underwriters. Douga & Co.: Sha promptly per San Francisco losses ame as doni at Cfflcago and Daitlmct-e. Liveifcoot and L tdon and Globe. Dougan lb Co.: Our fan Franc sco losses will be prompt) paid u adjuscnont with Unite! States as- out dim-fishing o sets." Insurance Cempan Dougan MCo.: tpf H&th America. If the entire city isflestroyed our surplus aAoVcontingehtf fund Will not be exhaustedV OurLpjllses. will be paid as promptly afcejan. be adjusted. Also the following telegram, from the President to the General Agent: Have already subscribed and paid Five Thousand Dollars for sufferers and will pay all claims at sight upon adjustment." Assuring our patrons of the pleasure afforded us in making the above re port; and believing that misfortunes of this- character 'will demonstrate to the Insuring pupic the necessity of accepting only me best we take fur- tber pleasure tal assets of; advising that the to e Companies repre are over NINETY- sented by usl EIGHT AND NE-HALF MILLION DOLLARS. Yours very! truly, DOUGAN & CO. hoovers Will reune Gathering of Great Family To Be Held it Auuat-rMany- Near DeiphA N Local Members. The first annual reunion of the Hoo ver family, embracing kinsmen from every part of the country, will be held near Delphi, next August. Rich mond and Wayne county members of this extensive family will soon receive formal invitations to attend. John E Hoover of Delphi is the organizer of the reunion association and in his pre liminary announcement he states that the Hooers and the Hubers are one and the same family, at least original ly were, and persons bearing either of these names are expected to attend the first annual runion. A program Jf interest is to be prepared. To Open New Theatre. Omar Murray will go to Lima today arrange for the opening of a new tudevllle theatre In that city. , 4 wm . r fp holes to save J CsteX on account W m m A California! Inquiries as p (this riport, srad sustained arjfgo-1 Companies J&pra-1 av of no Abetter I fee inqufrfs than (itmztyh as re- XtOfiinies: ft force kf San .,UVV, I b ai cor- mot ew.ee d I and Wter Bfrpiuswe- w jh v Dirt i atl begin Sit soon I end aal Ghica-I 1 1 -i n ovonf lookod forwara tc--waSCcd for4-inauiroc abciit 1 Swiss Rufiled Curtains - - N 85 cents to 02.23 Swios Flat Curtains 02.50 to 03.00 Not RufUcd Curtains 01.50 to 04.G0 II. C. IIASmEIER CO. III SOCIETY'S REALM MEMBERS OF J. I. C. CLUB WILL GIVE DANCE IN THE I. O, O. F. HALL FRIDAY. Criterion Club Holds Its Last Meeting pf the Year With Mrs. C. O. Shirey Magazine Club Decides to Give a Picnic This Year Instead of Having tn Annual Banquet Club Season Closing. A progressive bridge whist party was held yesterday afternoon at the Country Club and there were a large number ol ladies present- The prizes were won by Mrs. Frank McCurdy and Mrs. Ernest Findley. Another bridge 'whist party will be held & the club some time next week. - . The young men who are members of the J. I. C. Club at the High school will give a dance Friday even ing of this week at the I. O. O. F. Hall and it is expected that the event will be one of the gayest since the close of the Lenten season. The mu sic will be furnished by White and Wilson. A large number of young people have been inlvted to attend. The last meeting of the season was held yesterday afternoon by the Cri terion Club at the home of Mrs. C O. Shirey, North Nineteenth street. Mrs. W. O. Wissler, chairman, Pr the pro gram committee, announced that next season a study of English his tory and Indiana authors would be made and named several interesting papers on these subjects that will be read. The program nas not yet been completed. After irrs. Wissler's an nouncement the following officers for the ensuing year were elected. President Mrs. A. K. McCreight. V. President Mrs. Charles Ford. Sec & TreaB. Mrs. T. H. Baker. The afternoon's program consisted of "Places I Have Visited" by the va rious, members, and current events. A meeting of the members of the Magaxine Club was held yesterday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Rich ard Study, North Fourteenth street. The readers of the afternoon were Mrs. Charles McGuire and Mrs. Charles Suters. The last meeting of the season will be held by the club next Monday at the home of Mrs. C. D. Slifer, North Tenth street There will be no banquet given by the club this year but later on in the summer a picnic will be given. Sunday morning the marriage banns of John J. Brannon and 'Miss Anna Pardieck , were read at St Mary's Catholic Church. Both young people are well known in this city and have hosts of friends. - An unique affair, styled an "onion party" was given Sunday at the coun try home of the Misses Melle. Mrs. Minnie Carroll acted 1 aa hostess. Those present were: Misses Mayme Watson, Cora and Emma Vossler. Jeannette and Bertha Melle; Messrs Charles Elliott, CharleB Taylor. Grafton Minnix. Anthony and William Btolle, Martin Carroll, Master Charles Carroll and Frank Melle. The following invitations have beer received by the members of the Earl ham Alumni Association: You are invited to attend the Second Annual Tea of the Alumni Ass'n. of Earlham College 100 Doses $ True only of Hood's SarsaparlUa, Ih the usual (Hqnld) form ; or In the ne and equally effective tablet form. 100 Doses t Learn ooo ooo ooo ooooooooooo oooo oooooo o o o i i n i i w - , , , , 0 ;' I i 1 1 -; Westingkoiise i - Utftorc o 1 . -J?- 1 O Jr g AbsotliteSy ONES HARDWARE o o oooooooooooooooooooooo In Eaflham Hall, Richmond, Ind., Tuesday evening, June the twelfth, nineteen hundred six six o'clock. The business meeting of the Associ ation will occur at 7:30 p. m., imme diately after the Tea. , Husbands and wives of the Alumn' shall be the only guests. Tickets may be procured at 25 cents per plate, by remitting price to Ed mund C. Dickinson, Richmond, Ind., on or before Monday, June 11. Posi tively no tickets will be sold after that date. G. P. Ballinger. . Miss Florence R. Henley, Mrs. W. S. Hrser, Mrs. R. "L. Sackett, Edmund C. Dickinson, . Committee. Lyon a Postmaster, C. C. Lyon of Fairmount, a former veil known resident of this city, has been appointed postmaster in his resent home city - by Congressman ?red Landis, of the Eleventh District. Kemper's Home Destroyed. ; Mr. and Mrs. Adam Kemper have re " ceived word from San Francisco to the effect that their sons, William nd Charles, and the latter'e family, vre safe. The Kempers lived hut a 3hort distance from the down ton dis trict, and their home was destroyed by Ire. Wedding. Music was furnfched jOt Spring, for seven of tie rrTst prominent wed dings in 8 Koula by the. TETRA I CONCERT QUARTET L. W. Dcuhcr, Mgr. Phone 1659 L )OOOQ 000 CREAM JO WHIP- O EXJRfifHEAVY. 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