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The Richmond Palladium, Thursday, April 26, 1906.
Page 3, DONATIONS PASS A EULOGY OH THE General.. MIGHTY C BO IS KNOCKED OOT StahPs Washington Sluggers take the Measure of Great Spit Ball Artist. NAPS AND TIGERS IN TIE HOWELL'S SUPERB PITCHING WINS FOR ST. LOUIS OVER CHI CACO RUBE WADDELL PROVES A MYSTERY FOR THE BOSTONS. . AMERICAN LEAGUE STANDING. ' Won. Lost PCL Philadelphia .. 6 3 .666 Washington . . i. 5 4 .555 St. Louis .. 4 4 .500 Cleveland .. 3 3 .500 Detroit .. 4 4 .500 Chicago . ....i 4 4 .500 New York ..... 4 5 .444 Boston .. 3 6 .333 RESULTS YESTERDAY. New York, 2; Washington, 7. ; Boston, 0; Philadelphia, 5. Chicago, 2; St. Louis, 4. Cleveland, 2; Detroit, 2. Publishers' Press Washington, April 25. The Wash ington Americans knocked Chesbro out of the game with New York today after they had secured a commanding lead. Patten was. hit hard, but kept the hits scattered. Score: R. H. E. New Yrk 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 2 12 1 Wash.... 3003 1000 x 7 10 2 Batteries Chesbro, Leroy, McGuIre, and Kleinow; Patten and Klttrldge. Umpire Sheridan. Detroit, April 25. Darkness put an end to hostilities at the end of the eighth inning today in the game be tween the Detroit and Cleveland Americans. The score was a tf:. R. H. E. Score: Cleveland 0001100 0 2 6 2.. Detroit.... 00002000 2 8 1 .Batteries Joss and Buelow; Mullen and Warner. Umpire O'Laughlln. St. Louis, April 25. Howell's superb pitching enabled the St Louis Ameri cans to defeat the Chicago White Sox today. Score. R. H. E. Chicago ..0 0000000 2 2 6 5 St. Louis 01100002 x 4 10 2 Batteries Owen and Sullivan; How , ell and Hlckey. Umpires Connors end Connolly. H.rm- - f Americans could do nothing with f'Rube" Waddell's pitching today and received a shut out at the hands of the Athletics. Score. ' R.H. E. Boston ...0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0. 0 6 1 Phlla ....0 2 3 0 0 0 0 0.05 11 0 Batteries Young, Gibson, Graham and Peterson; Waddell and Schreck. "Umpires Evans and Hurst. Games Scheduled Today. NATIONAL LEAGUE. Brooklyn at Boston. Philadelphia at New York.' St. Louis at Pittsburg. .- . Cincinnati at Chicago." ' U" AMERICAN 'LEAGUE. . Chicago at St. Louis. Cleveland at Detroit. New York at Washington. Boston at Philadelphia, AMERICAN ASSOCIATION. St. Paul at Columbus. Minneapolis at Toledo. -Kansas City at Louisville. Milwaukee at Indianapolis. TO ORGANIZE A LEAGUE Different Classes and Day Dodgers at Earlham Will Get Up a Base 1 1 Ball League. Plans are under way for the organ ization of an lnter-class base ball league at Earlham. In addition to the Senior, Junior, Sophomore and Fresh men teams, the Day-Dodgers will also have-a team In the neld. Arrangements jrtre also being made for the annual base ball game be tween the faculty and the seniors. This game rill undoubtedly provo an excellent drawing card, as It is some thing unusual . to see the erstwhile dignified profs chasing the horse hide over Reld field. Last year the faculty after a hard effort succeeded In get ting the large end of the score in its game with the Seniors. Starr Pianos Practice. The Starr Piano team of the Sat rday Afternoon League will be out Saturday afternoon for the first prac tice of the season In preparation for the opening game of the season. May 7. Manager Trakowskl is trying to arrange a practice date with borne team for Saturday. He haa a fast team signed up and expects to finish high in the league. vV All Humors -(" Pimples, boll, eruptions L3la '' U ' or oalt rheum, scrofula, are radi cally and permanently cured by Hood's Saroapaiilla StauU or teWtta, M0 Dom Oat DoUar. LOUISVILLE LOSES AGAIN H00SIERS DROP ANOTHER KANSAS CITY TAKES TOLEDO INTO CAMP YESTERDAY IN A FAST GAME COLUMBUS HUM BLED BY MILWAUKEE. AMERICAN ASSOCIAT'N STANDING V Won. Lost PCt. Louisville 6 2 .750 Toledo . ...iA. 3 .571 Columbus '.- 4 .500 St. Paul ...-,4 4 .500 Kansas City .4, 4 , .500 Milwaukee 3 428 Minneapolis ..." 3 vf .428 Indianapolis t ......... 2 6 '"v,.250 YESTERDAY'S RESULTS. X Milwaukee' 5 ; Columbus 3. Kansas City 5; Toledo 4. St. Paul 8; Louisville 4. , Minneapolis 6; Indianapolis 5. Publishers' Press Indianapolis, Ind., April 23. Indi anapolis outhit Minneapolis today but the Miellrs made their hits count, winning the game. Score: R. H. E. Minn ....0 0 2 1 3 0 0 0 06 9 2 Indpo ....0 3 0 0 0 0 1 0 15 13 6 COLONELS DOWNED AGAIN. Louisville, April 25. Today's game was a slugging match, in which the Saints excelled. The score: Batteries Ford and Shannon; From, Halla and Weaver. Umpires Kane and Owens. R. H. E. St. P. ....03003100 18 10 1 Lou 1 0 1 1 0 0 1 0 04 12 2 Batteries Coy and Sugden; Kenna and Stover. Umpire Haskell. FAST GAME AT TOLEDO. Toledo, O., April 23. In a nip and tuck game today Kansas City defeat ed Toledo. It was.ti pretty contest. Score: Kan C. ..0 0003002 05 9 3 Tol ......0 0 0 0 0 1 0 1 24 9 2 Batteries Swan and Sullivan; Piatt and Abbott. Umpire Egan. BREWERS BEAT SENATORS. Columbus, O., April 25. Milwaukee again won from the locals by bunch ing hits In the second inning. Score: Mil 0 3 0 1 0 0 0 1 05 10 1 Col 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 1 03 10 1 Batteries Oberlln and Roth; Groth and Ryan. Umpire Sullivan. Kibbeys vs. Country Club. Saturday afternoon the fast Kibbey team of the Saturday Afternoon League will meet a picked team com posed of players who are members of the Richmond Country Club. The game will probably be played on the Public School Play Grounds.. GO TO SAN FRANCISCO Five Richmond Boys Will Leave To night for Stricken City Will Help in Cleaning Up. Five well known Richmond young men will go to Indianapolis this even ing, and from there, will leave for San Francisco, to take positions with the government authorities who have charge of the " clearing up of the de stroyed city. Those who will go are Clark Hazlett, Everett Bradfleld, How ard McAdams, Cecil Murray and Gran ville Harris. They have made ar rangements to go from Indianapolis with a party which is being formed there to help out the western suffer ers. . PLANS ARE COMPLETED i A NEW PIANO BUILDING When Completed the New Addition at the Starr Piano Factory Will be One of the Finest Buildings of the Kind in the West. Plans have been finished by Archi tect Hasecoster which give in detail the description of the new warehouse and factory building that is to be con structed this summer by the Starr Piano Company, at a probable cost of $15,000. The building will be one of the largest, and the most modern of the group which comprises the plant. Its dimensions aie 52 by 125 feet, and it will be four stories high. It will be of brick, with steel frame, and capable of containing heavy machin ery. It can be used either as a ware-i house or as a factory building, or as both. It will also be fire-proof. Contractrs .will bid at. once and work be begun as soon as possible. The Starr Piano Company is crowded in its present plant, and the new building, with its floor epace of 26, 000 square feet will be occupied im mediately after its completion. AT THE CHURCHES Elected Officers. The Ladles A14 Society of ; the Fifth Street M. E. church met yesterday afternoon and elected officers as follows: Presi dent, Mrs. J. O. Campbell; Secretary, Mrs. Silas Hastings; Treasurer, Mrs. Jennie Williams. The society is in a flourishing condition, there being over twenty-five members. HAIILOIIITES Will FROM CARDINALS Although Out Hit Two to One Reds Manage to Bag a Victory. NEW YORK STILL WINING IN A CLOSE EXCITING GAME BOS TON WINS FROM BROOKLYN CHICAGO ERRORS LOST GAME TO PITTSBURG YESTERDAY. NATIONAL LEAGUE STANDING. Won. Lost. PCt. New York 7 2 .778 Pittsburg 7 3 .700 Philadelphia 7 4 .636 Boston 6 5 .543 St. Louis 5 5 .500 Chicago 6 6 . .500 Cincinnati 5 9 .357 Brooklyn '. 1 10 .090 RESULTS YESTERDAY. Philadelphia 7; New York 9. Brooklyn 2; Boston 3. Pittsburg 4; Chicago 3 (11 Innings.) St. Louis 5; Cincinnati 8. Publishers' Press Cincinnati, April 25. Although the St. Louis Nationals outbatted the Cinclnnatls today they failed to bunch their hits at the rignt time and the. Reds scored a victory. Score: R H E St. L 0 3 0 0 1 0 0 1 05 11 4 Cin ..2 2 0 0 2 1 1 0 08 5 4 Batteries Thielman and Holmes; Ewing, Luman and Phelps. Umpires Carpenter and Klem. USED FOUR PITCHERS. New York, April 25. Despite the fact that Philadelphia used four pitchers in today's game they were unable to stem the tide of defeat and the New York Nationals proved -the victors in a free hitting contest. Score: Phil 2 00 0 2 0 2 1 07 12 0 New Y ..2 0 0 01240 09 10 1 Batteries Sparks, Kane, Lush, Nichols and Dooin; Ames, Bresnahan and Bowerman. Umpires Emslie and Conway. WON IN THE NINTH. Boston, April 25. In a close and In teresting contest this . afternoon the Boston Nationals won.out in the final Inning from the Broqfalyns. Score: Brook ...1 1 0 0 0-0 0 0 02 7 5 Bos 0 1.0 0 0 0 1 0 13 6 1 Batteries Mclntyre and Bergen; Young and Dedhara. Umpire O'Day. ELEVEN INNING CONTEST. Chicago, April 25. Furnishing ah exciting contest for 11 innings ihis afternoon the Pittsburg Nationals won from the Chicagos. Chicago' er rors were responsible for their de feat. Score: Pts ..0 0 0 2 0 0 1 0 0 0 14 8 1 Chi ..0 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 03 C 5 Batteries Willis and Gibson; Pfeister and Moran. Umpire John stone. ANOTHER SLIGHT 1 SHOCK IS FELT (Continued From Page One.) ordinary accommodations that even the ordinary current duties, such' as pertain to the coroner's office and vi tal statistics, are largely neglected for lack of force and office accommoda tions; under such conditions a regis tration bureau is impossible. Newspapers Are Helping. "The newspapers have taken up the matter as far as possible with their own limited accommodations and a registration bureau has been opened in Oakland. Can only suggest that in terested parties telegraph the Exami ner, the Call and Chronicle, who are at present best informed as to the loca tion of prominent individuals. "To appreciate the situation, is to be borne in mind that San Francisco cov ers twenty-five square miles and that all street lines and all methods of local transportation are still unavail able and inoperative. There is no telegraph system within the city, ex cept that constructed by the signal corpse, nor does a telephone service exist beyond the military system con necting these headquarters with the mint, postoffice, various district head quarters and other points of great pub lic importance. Will Hold a Market. At a meeting of the Women's Home Missionary Society of the Grace M. E. church yesterday afternoon at the home of Mrs. F. .A Brown on East Main stieet, it was decided to hold a market Saturday in the store room at Eleventh and Main streets. The wo men will make a specialty of home dainties and they expect to elear a good sum of money for missionary pur poses. In addition to the business meet ing there was a literary program. Mrs. Lewis King and Mrs. B. F. Clark read papers. Mrs. C. M. Hamilton rendered a vocal solo accompanied by Frederick Hicks. All telephone nations to the Union Ice Co., prompt attention and cour reatmenL . Otto j, Manager. Phones: Bell. 10R; tome. 941. Xcommun fiu refeiv utous M THE $1, MAI Palladium Has Succeeded in Raising a Good Sized Fund For Sufffferers. STILL MORE IS NEEDED IT IS DESIRED THAT MANY SMALL CONTRIBUTIONS BE MADE AS THOSE ALREADY MADE ARE MOSTLY LARGE ONES. The $1,000 mark was reached and passed yesterday in the relief fund be ing raised by The Palladium, and the contributions are still coming in rap idly. Gaar, Scott & Co. donated $100 and several individuals gave smaller amounts, which helped to swell the amount collected to $1,045.63. The fad of giving in Richmond is not as pronounced as reported elsewhere, but many people are donating what they can to the excellent cause. Bus iness men and corporations are send ing in money for the sufferers, unso licited, and individuals are not behind in the effort to make the loss the least possible to the San Francisco people. The amount not yet forwarded, over $200, will be sent away within a few days, but contributions will be receiv ed as before. In order to give an amount appropriate to that given by Indianapolis and other Indiana cities, Richmond should raise twice the sum already collected. , CONTRIBUTIONS RECEIVED. The Palladium $ 25 00 George L. Cates 25 00 Samuel Gaar 25 00 A. D. Gayle 5 00 Jonas Gaar 5 00 John Dougan 25 00 P. W. Smith 10 00 T. A. Mott 5 00 J. B. Craighead 25 00 H. J. Hanes 5 00 E. G. Hibberd 10 00 John M. Westcott 100 00 George W. Miller j 5 00 Frank C. Kibbey 5 00 Clem A. Gaar 5 00 Starr Piano Co 100 00 Howard Campbell .. 10 00 John Nicholson 10 00 Mayor Zimmerman 5 00 Silas Zeller 10 00 Mary C. Zeller 10 00 Dr. L. G. Bowers 5 00 Samuel Fred 5 00 Sol Saffer . 5 00 August Stauber 1 00 S. W. Hart 25 Reuben Myrick 5 00 Henry Holzapfel 10 00 E. G. Vaughon 10 00 Joe Geier 1 00 Stella W., 67 Benjamin Johnson 10 00 John H. Johnson 10 CO Wm. Dudley Foulke 25 00 Otto Rettig 5 00 Francis Willard W. C. T. U... 5 00 Richmond Dramatic Club .... 15 45 J. K. CHley 10 00 D. ft. Comstock 10 00 Guy S. McCabe 20 00 W. F. Hiatt 1 00 W. J. Robie 10 00 B. B. Myrick, Jr, 5 00 Edgar Norris & Sons........ 5 00 Everett H. Thompson 50 Henley Lawn Mower Co 50 00 F. & N. Lawn Mower Co 50 00 John J. Harrington 10 00 John R. Howard 10 00 C. T. Henchman 1 00 Frank Clark 1 00 Entre Nous Club 25 00 W. D. Loehr 5 00 Jesse S. Reeves 5 00 Mrs. A. Boppart 2 00 Mather Bros. Co 10 00 John D. Vaughan 5 00 Geo. L. Klein 10 00 Daniel Surface 5 00 Jacob H Llchtenfels 5 00 X Y 2j 1 H. H 50 Nettleton Neff 5 00 Henry C. Starr 25 00 George H. Eggemeyer 25 00 Fred Besselman 5 00 Roy Hohlstedt 10 Mrs. Mattie Troy 50 Adjutant Mclndo 1 00 Nellie E. Fields 50 John H. Border 1 00 M. F 1 00 Cash, 323 Pearl St 1 00 Louis Knopf 5 00 Sycamore Valley S. S. 5 10 S. E. Smith 10 00 Sun Telegram 5 00 C. J. Bunteii 5 00 Collection at Starr Piano Store 19 06 C. T. Price & Sons 5 00 Gaar, Scott & Co 100 00 Frank B. Land 10 CO S. S. Strattan, Jr. 10 00 Thos. C. Davis 1 00 Albert R. Bogert 5 00 Mary R. Hurst 2 50 Sarah E. Jordan 2 50 Total .....$1C45 63 More Good Messages. Messages have been received from Carl McDaniels, George H. Coale and Mr. and Mrs. William i Schlneman, former Richmond people who are in San Francisco, saying that they are safe. Mother's League Meeting. The Mothers - League of Finley School will meet Friday afternoon in; the school building at 3 o'clock. All J who are interested in the League r.nd; its work are invKVI to attend. AUCTION) OF FINE OLD WINES Y AND FRIDAY EVENI NOON URDAY AFTER- MAN'S OYSTER BAY, N STREET. 7:30 TO SOUTH, SIXTH SALES FROM SATURDAY AFTER- I 1 Sfl-El f THURIDfl MG ANDBAir a a a Arf bes&L Ck 34 1. &YENIKV 11 NOON F pnM i 1:30 TO 4:30. E Champions Rise in Congress in Cause of the Producers of the Soil. SEED DISTRIBUTION IS UP REPRESENTATIVE GAINES AS SERTS THAT BIG SEED TRUST WANTS FREE DISTRIBUTION .ABOLISHED. Publishers' Press Washington, April 25. If many American farmers' ears burned today it was because they were lauded to the skies by members of the House during the discussion of the agricultural ap propriation bill. The American hen was proclaimed as a gold mine and her wealth-producing proclivities eu logized by Representative Dawson, (Rep., Iowa.) Representative Can dler, (Dem., Miss.,) and Representa tive Lever, (Dem., S. C.,) placed them selves on record as champions of the farmer, the latter declaring that while every other branch of industry was hampered by congress it was hard to get any real big appropriation through for the great farming element. The question as to whether the free distribution of garden and flower seeds should be continued, the com mittee having recommended that the practice be abolished, throught Repre sentative Gaines (Dem., Tenn.) to the front as a champion of free seeds. He declared that the seed men of the country had fought this practice for years and that they only waited for congress to deprive the farmer of his seeds in order to effectually create a seed trust. He declared that the seed dealers were maintaining a lob by in Washington for the purpose of defeating an attempt of the House to put the appropriation back in the bill. Representative Henry, (Rep. Conn.,) advocated the abolishment of the free seed habit. Back from Germany. A press dispatch from New York last night announced the arrival of the Steamer Deutschland from Ham burg, Germany. On this steamer were Councilman Blickwedel and William Duning of this city and it is expected that they will arrive in Richmond Sunday, after an absence of several weeks. N. O. Nelson of St. Louis, a prom inent philanthropist and co-operator, will visit this city about May 21. Sunday Excursion To Muncio, Marion, JonesHoro, Peru, and Intermediate Stations, Via The CI C.&L. R.R. (THE FEW WAY) $1 Round Trlpi-Sunday, April 29 Here's an opportunity to visit your relatives and frilbds up the line. Train leaves RicVnond 10:45 a. m. For information Iregarding trains etc. call C. A. Bla: P. & T. agent Richmond, Ind. A Home Tel. 44. Bee Hive, .COFFEE r SPECIALTY def IVE GROCERY AM FARMER MOGHMIID JAVA A Fire Insurance Losses at San Francisco The great Chicago fire of 1 871 burned three square miles of territory, left 100,000 people homeless, destroyed $165,000,000 worth of property and ruined 100 insurance companies. The San Francisco disaster has devastated 10 square miles, destroyed the homes of 150,000 to 200,000 people and ruined property estimated at upwards of $300,000,000. No one can tell how many insurance companies are ruined, but the number must be large. We represent the following meet, witnout emoarrassment. an losses ready have notice that they HARTFORD FIRE INSURANCJ Cash Capital .. . Assets Liabilities Policy Holders' Surplus PHOENIX INSURANCE Cash Capital.. .. Assets Liabilities .. Policy Holders' Surplus PHOENIX INSURANCE CO. Cash Capital..-..'., v. Assets Liabilities.. Policy Holders' Surplus.. WM. EL f - 1 f 4 lei fin is the accepted garment these cool nights . . . We carry a large new colors and EMM1K Saturday Afterjmon and Eve'g Phone 5( Tew Rflusic and Flowers. U The Value of a Neat Appearance to a man can not be over-estimapfd. It is absolutely essential to him in a business way, and inoperative in the walks of society. Our fine Clothing: at $10 aniats at $1, enables every man to maintain a carefuLppearaoiCe at a very slight expense. Come in, tafce a 1M, and SAVE THE DIFFERENCE. $1 U NO MORE U U 914 MAIN .J. J J .J. . .J. .j. .J. No Liability m where in California, German Eke Insure in a (n 3s m At A I Indiana, Richmond Insurance Agency, Hans H. Koll, Hgr 11 South 7th St. Telephone No. 41. Jm a .J. .J. .J. . .J J . strong companies and Jrieigures indicate ample ability to idi may ibly jre given 'uctio r CO. 1,250,00( 18,061,9: 11,661,210 6,400,096 NATIONAL $2,000,000 8,140,630 3,758,360 4,382,270 . ..$1,000,000 8,859,128 .. 5,758,619 3,100,509 w m 1 XI Established in 1710. Assets U.S. Branch.. .. . Liabilities.. .. .. Policy Holders' Surplus.. TOTAL ASSETS OVER SIXTY MILLIONS DOLLARS. These are the companies in which to insure. IBR JHtilBWWTr line in all the 7 519 Main St. M NO LESS 11 J STREET J. .Ji . . .J. J f J J J dan rjtfncisco or any leaves the Insurance Co. fabrics, tromx i frB aTjtfifcis etfves the as financially sound as ever. home company. - . .J. .J. .J. .J. .J" fcj. . .J. .J. a aa fall to their portion. We al- immediate payment in full. GERMAN ALLIANCE ASSOCIATION. Cajfi ClGLfTT.. .$ 1,900,000 Assets .xr.. .. .. .. .15.537.806 fabilities.. 6.565.999 policy Holders' Surplus .. 8,971,807 FIRE INSURANCE CO. Cash Capital.. .. .. .. ..$1,000,000 Assets 7,304,598 Liabilities 3,990,653 Policy Holders' Surplus .. . 3,314,305 LONDON ASSURANCE-CORPORATION. .$2,940,872 . 1,598,546 1;342,326 (8L SOFT.