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fhe Richmond Palladium, Friday, May 4, 1906. READ THIS! Wanted, Four.-i and Lost, in which personal gain does not cn tcr. are inserted in tkes colauius free, providing they are cot over fifteen '151 words in length. No butiuess advertise ments inserted free of cliargt, Advertisers will uo well to re ! ouiuer th ".rs directed to Initia.13 Only are not deUvered through tun pootoflkt. ads Jjf fjfcVc vTrl I Aril -9 iTtm'S Til1 l ' Jn i h 1 k wA ri wf $MJ if H titt it uAiV t IN WORST FORM Black Splotches All Over Face Produced Severe Itching Year's Treatment by Physicians Did No Good and Became Despondent Affected Parts Now Clear as Eve? Alabama Lady's CURE BY THE CUTICURA REMEDIES "About four years aeo I was afflicted with black splotches all over my face and a few covering my body, which produced a severe- itching irritation, and which caused mo a great deal of annoy ance and suffering, to such an extent that I was forced to call in two of the leading physicians of my town. After a thor ough examination of the dreaded com plaint they announced it to be skin eczema in its worst form. They treated me for tho same for the length of ono year, but tho treatment did me no good. "Finally I became despondent and decided to discontinue their services. Shortly afterwards, my hiusband in read ing a copy of a weekly New York paper saw an advertisement of the Cuti cura Itomedies. Ho purchased the en tire outfit, and after using the contents of tho first bottle of Cuticura Resolvent in1 connection with the Cuticura Soap and Ointment, the breaking out entirely stopped. I continued tho use of tho Cuticura Remedies for six months, and after , that every splotch was entirely gone and the affected parts were left aa clear aa ever. I have not felt a symp tom of the eczema since, which was three years ago. "The Cuticura Remedies not only cured me of that dreadful disease, eczema, but other complicated troubles as well: and I have been the means of others being cured of the 6ame disease by the Cuticura Remedies, and I don't hesitate in saying that the Resolvent is the best blood medicine that the world has ever known." Lizzie E. Sledge, 540 Jones Ave., Oct. 28, 1905. Selma, Ala. bold throughout th wnrM. Cutleur Soap. SAo., Oint ment, AOe., Ki'jlvnt, AOc. (In form of Cliocolmf Coatrd l'tlla. Sir. per of till), mar br had of all drovgUta. 1'iittrr I rui atxl ('hem. Corp., Note I'rui'f ., Uonttm, Aitii. r-Mallrd Vrte, - Tha' Oiiticura, Skin iiuok," and liow to Cua Ul.tigmuig Iluuiuri.'1 , THE NEW PHILLIPS O. G .MURRAY MANAGER. WEEK OF APRIlo. DAILY at 3 and 8 P. M A MISS GRAYCE MIlAER, M Overture. B NOVELTY ACT-ddle Horan "The Elegant Gent, the man with many dances. COtte Stelnert a Thomas Hattie. In a laughablcand entirely orig inal German Cr)medy act entitled, "That J-ittleGerman Band." D Harry Arnofl & Wlllard Kittie. In their llatiflilng absurdity "The Echo." E CLIFF Dt AM CO. Presenting fthe humorous Satire on MarrK AILlfe. F MISS THOMPSON. Illustrated Songs 'Geneve and "Just for Tonight." G THE FAMOUS BUCKEYE Trio, The strongest and most original act on the American stage in v their latest creation "A Tramp's Dream," introducing acrobatic grotesque and contortion work. H The Philoscope, Latest Motion Pictures. "Last Witch," Haunted House," "III Rewarded Conjurer," and "How Pa Helps With House Clean ins." GENNETT THEATRE IRA SWISHER, JIauager. WEEK OF APRIL' 30. Dally at 3 and 8 p PROF. GUS FREDERICKS OVER- TURE. THE CELEBRATED Champion Aero SeACCS, litic Marksmen and posturing ar Ists of the world The only act of fthe kind in the world. LAURA BUCKLEY Imnersojiations BARR AND EVAN, Refined iChara ter Comedy. MR. ERNEST RE Illustrated Sings "Good Bye Mary Dear, -ath the Spreading Chestnut Tree EDWARD GILLE Versatile Comedian and Comedy Juggling Marfel THE MUSICAL SIMPSONS, Artists Premier Exponents of high-class musio on legitimate and novelty .instruments. MOTION PICTURES, "Miraculous Water," Across the Alps " "The Green Cfoods Man.' . We have moneyio loan on real es tate security. JPaTbrable terms. Dick' Inson Trust CoMfmny. We no not loan over one-half tne -value of property. Scene from Act II, In "The Gingerbread hi THE THEATERS "The Gingerbread Man" May 5th. When Frederick Ran ken and A. Baldwin Sloane created the new fan ciful fairyesque, "The Gingerbread Man," they alao created a new char acter in the mythical child world, Idrs. Santa Clause. In the play, this char acter Is portrayed in a spirit of delic ious burlesque by Ross Snow, who has been seen as Fairy Queen,, Dowager, and feminine absurdities for a number of years. His in an awkward, stumbl ing, good-natured, comical Mrs. Santa Clause, backed by a chorus of pretty girls dressed as good fairies. Jack Horner, The Man From Our Town, Sallie Lunn, Margery Daw, Simple Simon and other friends of our child hood help to round out one of the mosr. beautiful, Interesting and enjoyabla entertainments seen in years. The stage pictures are marvels of splendor while the mechanical and electrical effects are simply wonderful. "Tho Gingerbread Man" will be the attrac tion at the Gennett Saturday night May 5th. To many the satire on married life as put on by the Cliff Dean Company at the New Phillips this week has been one of the very attractive fea tures of the bill. They are clever in depicting the quarrels between a young married couple who go the lim it in this regard, even to the extent of hair pulling and chasing each other around the room, usually with the male member of the family in ad vance. To others the nonsense of the Buckeye Trio appeals and still others prefer the negro comedy as depicted by Harry Arnold, who with Kittle Wil lard, has a laughable absurdity, "The Echo." For next week Manager Mur ray will be able to announce a decid ed novelty in the form of motion pic tures that will present complete scenes of a circus. As there will be novaudeville per formance at the Gennett on Saturday night, those who have been in the habit of going to the performance at that time should bear this In mind and go today or Saturday afternoon. "The Gingerbred Man" will be the at traction Saturday night. The DeAcos, acrobatic marksmen and posturing ar tists; Laura Buckley, Impersonator; the Musical Simpsons and the vari ous other features continue to delight audiences of good size. There is rea son to believe that vaudeville will prove exceedingly popular this sum mer and it Is not Manager Swisher's intention to allow many other attrac tions to break Into it. Next week's bill will be announced in the Palla dium tomorrow.' There will be several names entirely new to Gennett Pa trons. A POLITICAL HANDBOOK. Five Thousand to be Distributed Among Party Workers in Repub lican Ranks. Each of tho 3,400 Republican pre cinct committeemen will receive a sur prise soon in the shape of a Repub lican handbook, prepared by Carl W. Riddick, secretary of the. State com mittee. In the past tho distribution of the handbooks has not included the precinct committeemen, but the pre sent committee thinks these party workers deserve this recognition. In all, about 5,000 of the handbooks will be printed and distributed among the leaders of the party in the State. The book is now in type, and it is expect ed the work of printing it will soon begin. GRAVES WANTS LICENSE Milton Man Will Probably Be Refused As There is a Remonstrance on File With Auditor. Thomas J. Graves, of Milton, has filed an application with County Au ditor Hanes, to be presented to the Hoard of County Commissioners at its next meeting, which asks permission to sell intoxicating liquors In the township of Washington, town of Milton. There is already a remon strance on file with the Commission ers which holds good for two years and the applicatioh will have to be turned down, as according to law, the Commissioners have nopower in the matter when a remonstrance is pre sented signed by mjffe than one halt the residents of thjftownship. Stop the Wipe Wagons pure Ice Mgr. tf See Dickinson Jfust Company for mortgage loan,vT Favorable terms. Not over B0 percent. 0f the value of real estate. Palladium Want Ads Fay . -Im Man," at the Gennett, Saturday Night, REORGNIZERS SEEM HOPEFUL Think They IVIay be Able to Down the Taggart Forces. THE LATTER MAY YIELD. MEETING WILL BE HELD MAY 9, AT WHICH THE REVOLUTION ISTS WILL SPECIFY THEIR TERMS. According to some of the leading Richmond Democrats there seems to be no question that the rules govern ing the manner and time oi' choosing the members of the Democratic State committee will be changed at tha coming State convention, .June 7. It is for thi3 that the anti-Taggart men have been contending so strong! y, and though the Taggart forces will not now say that they are willing for the rules to be changed," the story is au thentic to the effect that when the State committee gets together, May 0, it will recommend the change. This seems to be an almost com plete yielding on the part of Taggirt and his friends. While the present committee probably will be allowed to Berve, and not suffer reorganization, the main point that the anti-Taggart crowd has been standing for the re turn of the old method of reorganiza tion will have been obtained. How Taggart Would Have Suffered. It Is not known what has moved the Taggart forces to recede from their or iginal "standpat" position, unless it is thut the general sentiment was found to be too much against them. It is also pointed out that Taggart would lose, in one way, even though he won in another. That is, even though he might win all the points of this im mediate fight, the fight, in itself, re gardless of the outcome, would make prominent many details of Taggari's French Lick and West Baden connec tions and brewery alliances that would do him inestimable harm over the country at large. His position as national chairman it is pointed out, made it necessary that there should not be any personal fight on him in this State. State Chairman W. H. O'Brien went home yesterday, after spending sever al days in Indianapolis. Before he went he issued a call for the meeting of the State committee, to be held May 9. BARN BURNS STRANGELY Structure on Farm of L. L. Harris Destroyed by Fire Along With Some Live Stock. The barn on a farm near West Flor ence, Ohio, belonging to L. L. Harris, North 13th street, this city, was burn ed Wednesday night and all its con tents destroyed. The loss will prob ably reach $2500 partially covered by insurance. The origin of the fire Is very mys terious and in no way can it be ac counted for. There was no fire in the barn and had not been for several hours before the flames were first no ticed. Several head of livestock were consumed. THE OPENING TOMORROW All Teams in the City Leanue Will Play First Games on Saturday Afternoon. Three games in the City Baseball league will start the season for. these teams tomorrow and eevrything is in readiness for the opening. Two of the games will be played at the Ath letic Park, one at 2:30 and the other at 4:30 and the third game will be played at the Easthaven ball diamond. Thegames Saturday will be between the Panhandles and Easthaven teams, at Easthaven, and between the Kib beys and Palladiums, the Pogue-Miller and Starr Piano teams, at the Athletic Park. Urge Felt To Make Race. Edward W. Felt, of Greenfield, a prominent member of several frater nal organizations and popular in his county, is being urged by his friends to become a candidate for the Appel late judgeship oh the Democratic ticket. His term as circuit judge will expire this year. Cadet Nellie Fields, of the Rich mond post, Salvation Army, will go to Portland today to visit friends for a week. THE CITY IN BRIEF Charles Gaar and family have moved from Eaton to Richmond. Ringling Brothers' circus will be at Indianapolis next Monday and at Dayton the following Thursday. Richmond i3 net Considered by the Ringiuig Drcs. Street Commissioner Genn has shown by his reports for the fiscal year, ending May 1, the cost of re moving garbage, ashes, etc., from the alleys of the city was in excess of 53,500. This is in addition to the re pairs of wagons which, under the con tract with the teamsters, the city must keen uj. A special interurban car on the Dayton & Western traction line will carry forty members of Whitewater Lodge of Odd Fellows to West Alex andria, O., tomorrow evening. The Whitewater degree team will confer the first degree upon a -class of ten candidates. Real estate men are having their rush season. In addition to an in creased demand for city residence j property there is considerable ac- j tivity in the country districts. Farms , are In demand and prices are sky high. Within the next week or two the postofflce department at Washington is expected to act upon the recom mendation of Postmaster Surface for additional help at the Richmond post office. Two new carriers are needed in addition to another office clerk. All Knights of Pythias members in the city are urged by the committee in charge to attend church at the Christian church next Sunday morn ing upon which occasion the P.ev. T. H. Kuhn will deliver a sermon of special interest to the fraternity. Whitewater lodge of Odd Fellows will have seven candidates for the second degree this evening. The Richir md Festival association is advertising the approaching May Music Festival in all towns and cities within a radius of fifty miles. It is understood that New Castle, Muncie Anderson, Liberty, Eaton and several other cities .will send many people to the concerts. The "Gingerbread Man" company which will appear at the Gennett to morrow night is at Dayton this even ing and will reach Richmond to mor row morning at 10 o'clock. The com pany numbers sixty-seven people, one of the largest that has ever visit ed Richmond. COAST SURVEY PMS EXAMINATIONS ORDERED. Richmond People Receive Circular Letter Announcing Dates for the Civil Service Tests to be Held at In dianapolis in June. Circulars have been received in Richmond announcing a number of civil service examinations to be held at Indianapolis in June. The exrmin ation for aid in the coast and geoletie survey will be held June 6 and 7. There are at present six vacancies in the position of aid, and the raiary is $720 a year. The Civil Service Cim mission has experienced considerable trouble in obtaining suitable men for the positions. The examination will consist of mathematics, practical computation, astronomy, ptiyslcs .sur veying, modern languages either French, German, Spanish or Italian drawing and descriptive geometry fnd training and experience. Vacancies as they occur in the position of deck officer will also be filled as the result of this examination. The age limit is from eighteen to twenty-five years. "The coast and geodetic survey,-' according to the circular advertising the examination, "is engaged in a great variety of duties, and its oper ations extend over a vast 'ange of territory. The aids, like the assis tants, are subject to assignments either as chiefs of a party or subordi nate officers on parties engaged in the determination of the magnetic ele ments. In secondary triangulation and astronomis determinations for tho coiv trol of topographic and hydrograo'ij; surveys, in primary triangulation ar.1 the corresponding astronom!c3 u 3i minations, in topographic surveying along the coast, and In hydrograhic surveys in the bays and harbor3 and in the open sea. The steamers and sailing vessels belonging to the sur vey are commanded by thes-3 mem bers of the permanent field force. During Uje.intervals between field sea sons , assistants and aids are subject ttt assignment to office duty. In -Wash- ington or in one of the subofflces at San Francisco or Manili. Nearly idl administrative positions in th.3 once at Washington, from that of chief cf division to the highest rank, are open to and are now filled by assistants. "The duties of the field officers take them to all parts of the United Stat2s including Porto Rico, Alaska, Hawaii and the Philippines. CITY ADVERTISEMENT. Department cf Public Vorks. 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 Rich mond, Indiana, that on the 2nd, day of May, 1906, they unanimously ad opted Improvement Resolution No. 64, 1906. Providing for the construction of a cement sidewalk on the West sid3 of West Third Street, from Pearl Slreet niform width to Lincoln street Uj a of Six (6) feet. 1 of Publii Wadires Jay- date upon be filed o persons interested in, wr said propofcad Improvement as described, fcnd on said o'clock a. m., said Boaifi will mfa its office for the purplse of hearing and considering any Iremonstrances which may have been filed or present ed, and for the purpose of taking final action thereon. Such Action shall be final and conclusive upon all persons. JOS. S. ZELLER. JOIIN.F. DAVENPORT. WILLIAM H. ROSA. Board of Public Works. May 4th CITY ADVERTISEMENT. Department 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 Citr of Rich mond, Indiana, that on the 2nd, day of May, 1906 they approved an assess ment roll showing the prima facie as S3ssments for the following described public improvement, as authorized by the ' Improvement Resolutions named: Improvement Resolution No. 49, Providing for the construction of a cement sidewalk on the North side of North '1C" Street, from North 21st Street to North 22nd Street, to a unl form width of Five (5) feet. Persons interested in or affected by said dtpcribed public improvement are herebji notified that the Board of Pub lic Wfrks of said city has fixed Wed nesday May 16, 1906, as a date upon whichf remonstranpea will be received. or helrd, againjr the Amount assessed again It each mece ojrproperty describ ed inlaid rll andvill determine the questiVi a to mether such lots or tracts atancQave been or will be benefitedTTrthe amounts named on said rolljor In a greater or less sum than that? named on said roll. Said assessment roll showing said prima facie assessments, with the names cf owners and descriptions cf property subject to be assessed, in on file and may be seen at the office of the Board of Public Works of said city. JOS. S. ZELLER. JOHN F. DAVENPORT. WILLIAM H. ROSA, Board of Public Works. May 4-5-7;S-9-10 CITY ADVERTISEMENT Department of Public Works. To Whom It May Concern Notice is hereby given that at the meeting of the Board of Public Works of the City cf Richmond, held in said city Wed nesday, May 2nd, 1906, the following resolution was adopted, to-.vit: Declaratory Resolution IN umber 6 Resolved by. ttte'fcoaM of Public Works of the Cftoff Rifhmond, Indi ana, tht it is Meslrefl Jfind deenf'ed necessajry to vacate yhe rst street or roadway north ofUle cinnatif Chlca2l t. and extending from Ni tt3lmrMcin uisRajroad, teenthfstreet in saiJ city of Richmo to tlfast nshii Q4) line of section (33) t range l) west. The lots ahct. lands ?neficially or injuriotjsly affected by lh proposed vacation are the lots ana lands abut ting onisaid street or foadway pro posed tbyacated. The BoSwTof Public Works of said City has fixed Wednesday, May 16, 1906, as a date upon which remonstrances may be filed or presented by persons Interested in, or affected by said pro posed vacation as above described, and on said day at 10 o'clock a. m., said Board will meet at its office in said City for the purpose of hearing and considering any remonstrance which may have been filed or pre sented, and for the purpose of taking final action thereon. Such action shall be final and conclusive upon all per sons. JOS. S. ZELLER, JOHN F. DAVENPORT, WILLIAM H. ROSA, Board of Public Works. May 4and 1L f The Jioa .'orks, 4f said city his fikecL Mai 16h, 1D06, isvff" jwhjbh, Ipmon I vv&mtel by strandfb-fiy affectid by, libove day, it 10 PALLADIUM WANT ADS. FOR RESULTS. WANTED To buy a good riding horse. Phone 107S. :N:t WANTED A girl for general house work at 52 S. 13th St. l-2t WANTED A competent house maid at 26 N. 8th St. l-d3t WANTED A second cook at Slack's Restaurant. l-3t WANTED Bright, neat boy for of fice. Call with reference 9 o'clock Thursday morning. Dignam's Mag azine, 8th and Main, up stairs. WANTED Good cook; good wages, at Mrs. R. H. Shoemaker's "Rose Hill,"corner First and National ave. May3-3t. WANTED Good girl for general houscwerk in family of three. Waes $4.50 per week to right par ty. A. B .C.. Caro Palladium. AGENTS WANTED Official San Francisco Earthquake Book. Largo pages, Startling pictures. Elegant bindnig. Books Free. Freight paid. The Bible House, 223 Dear born street, Chicago 30-6t WANTED A girl, permanent, home to the right person, write for parti culars to Mrs. Amanda King, Green sfork, R R No ".2. 30-3t WANTED Guyer hat taken by mis take at J. 1. C. dance can be ex changed at Kibbeya. 30-3t WANTED A girl, permanent home to good girl, write for particulars to Mrs. H. E. Thompson, R. F. D. No. 6, Richmond, Ind. 26-6t WANTED To buy or rent a nqpfse of seven rooms, north of Mainr street, east cf Eighth. Inquire f. R.. Pal ladium. RENT FurniRhed rooms it the Grand for gentlemen only. tf GENNETT THEATI SATURDAY Nl The Converse Peters Company THE BIG ALLjrfTAR COMPANY Intact and direct from Mw York and Chicago... In the Gorge- ously Staaedk Fairyesjrue "The G1N6ER BREAD SVIAN" Co. Special Augmented Orchestra. Prices $1.50, $1.00, 75, 50. Seats ready at the Wescott Phar macy, Thursday morning, May, 3rd. CITY ADVERTISEMENT. Department of Public Works. Office of the Board. Richmond, Ind. To Whom It May Concern: Notice is hereby given by the Board of Public WTorks of the City of Rich mond, Indiana, that on the the 2nd, day of May, 1906, they approved an assessment roll showing the prima facie assessments for the following described pviblic improvement, as au thorized by the Improvement Resolu tion named: Improvement Resolution No. 43. Providing for the construction of a cement sidewalk on the ast side thereof, from South "E" Street to South "F" Street, to a uniform width of six (6) fet. Persons inrested in or affected by said descrlbVdX public imlrovefnent are hereby nVfled that theVWrd of Public Works)f said city Wednesday M 190J, upon which rei n trances ceivad, or hear asseised against eacl 3 ofi ert vl described in said loll 1 wil terrline the question suchlots or tracts of la or wll be benefitted in namedXon said reil, or in less roll. suit than that i I namef on said Said assessment I roll showing said nrima facflk assessments, with the names of o$ers,imd descriptions of property subject be assessed, is on file and may be seen at the office of the Board of Public Works of said city. JOS. S. ZEL1 JSR, JOHN F. DAVENPOR, WILLIAM H. ROSA Board of IhiblUTWorks. May4-5-7-8-9-10 o o o cfo o o o o CRlAMfO WHIP O EXTBa heavyc o TMAPIWf. O PHONE, 292. O HADLEYBROS. O o o on ooooo rall Paper I'S BOOK STORE, 520 Main St. FOR RENT A modern 4-roora flat. ..Call 225 South Cth Street. tu2 St FOR RENT Five roonifffiit. with bath and twoyroom' lfet kUh bath. Safe ty eyosif-JiiUins. Heat and waterfurnished. References re quired. Dickinson Trust Co. tf FOR SALE A good feather bed. 323 N. 9th SL 3-lt FOR SALE OR RENT New seven room house with barn two new houses in city six room and bath, modern. Ad. House, care Pal. 4-2t FOR SALE Cheap a good paying res taurant call at Creager's Furniture Store 40S Main St 31-6t FOR SALEBarred Plymouth Rock Eggs, $1.25 a setting. Dressed squabs. Home phone 15SS. Charles Nye, 41 South 12th street. ar.2G-tf FOR SALE A Sun Telegram news paper route, north of Main street, between 15 and ISfn streets. See Will W. Reller, Paladium office. FOR iale. Richmond p 5rty a specialty. Porterfield. Kl Block. Phone 329. LOST Steel bead purse near Piano Factory. Return to E. E. to Home. Telephone Co. . LOST A female black and tan Rat Terrier dob, very slim and light. Return to 136 Boyer streeL LOST A gold cresent pin set with chip diamond. Return to 134 So. XI th St and receive reward. 3-3t LOST A water Spaniel dog, coai black Return to 440 South 10th St Ml-3t it -IB A SWISHER. Lessee an4 Manager MAY 5th Present CITY ADVERTISEMENT. Department of Public Works. Office of the Board, Richmond, Ind. Notice to Contractors: Notice is hereby given by the Board of Public Works of the City of Rich mond, Indiana, that sealed proposals will be received by It, at Its office, at the hour of 10 o'clock A. M.. on Wed nesday May 16th, 1906, for the follow ing described public improvements In the City of Richmond, as authorized by the Improvement Resolutions nam ed: Improvement Resolution Numbsr 55. Providing for the construction of cement curbing and gutter3 along both sides of South 21st street, and also the construction of cement side walks to a uniform width of Six (8) feet alrag botnJidestherwf, from Main Street toth,ffli" Street. Improvement Reljmjon Numbtr 56. PrvidBg for tfeS instruction of a eem$it Jldewailr onf the East side of South JSth street, tjf a uniform width of Six (6) feet, f rim Main jtreet to Soutflf "A" Street, fxcept t portion aire? improved with cemi t rk done i if the m g of said describe public lDroter shall rttjfth Deis accordance s and conlitlonjj of th Reso- lutioWjas numbired, an the detail plans, profiles, drawings land specifl cations which at on fileand may be seen in the offlWof said Board of Public Works of the City of Rich mond. The bidders, In submitting propo sals to make said described public improvements, must accompany each bid with a certified check In the sum of $100.00, as evidence of grod faith that the successful bidders will exe cute, within ten days from the ac ceptance of proposals, contracts and bonds satisfactory to the said Board to do the work of making said im provements. A failure of the success ful bidders to enter into such con tracts and bonds upon the acceptance of such proposals will forfeit the checks and the sums of money paya ble thereon to the city as agreed and liquidated damages for such failure. The Ebard of Public Works' re serves the right to reject any or all bids. . : - JOS. S. ZELLER, ) JOHN F. DAVENPORT, WILLIAM H. ROSA, Board of Public Works. May4 and 11 . . .