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The Richmond Palladium, Friday, May 4, 1906.
RICHMOND DAILY PALLADIUM
Palladium Printing Co., Publishers.
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Masonic Building, North 9th and A
Streets.
Entered at Richmond Postofflce aa
second class matter.
Weekly Established 1831.
Daily Established 1876.
'TERM3 OF SUBSCRIPTION.
By Mail in Advance.
Daily, one year ?3.00..
Dally, six months 1.50
Dally, three months, 75
Daily, ono month, L'G
BY CARRIER, 7 CENTS A WEEK.
Persons wishing to take the PALLA
DIUM by carrier may order by postal
or telephone either 'phone No. 21.
When delivery is irregular kindly
make complaint.
The PALLADIUM will t found.
the following places: ,. '
Palladium Office.
Westcott Hotel. - fJf "
Arlington Hotel. ' ;
Union News Company Deot.
Gates' Cigar fctore, West Main.
. Tho Emptr cigar Store.
TWOENTS AT ALL PLACES OF
y" SALE.
FRIDAY .MAY 4, 1906.
FREE FARES.
Several merchants have criticized us
for takIn5 the ttand wo do in regard
to free fares for out of town custo
mers within a red Iv i of forty miles
statlng that they do not believe sjoh
;a method to be a legitimate business
proposition, and even going so far as
to say they do not believe there would
bo any money in It. Tho merchants
of Indianapolis have been giving free
fares for about three years now, and
as they are not running charity insti
tutions, it is safe to say they are mak
ing money by tho proposition. And
for further proof of the uss fullness of
tho system ono has only to take the
Muncle merchants who have adopted
the idea in the last two years, and
are using it again this year. It isn't
necessary for all tha merchants in
Richmond to be Interested in the
scheme to mako it successful. All
that is needed is a representative num
ber of firms doing a mercantile busi
ness, such as one or two dry goods
stores, a drug store, hardware store,
shoe store, stationary store .furniture
store, etc. With a good "clearing
house" system for handling the free
fares, there is no reason why a com
bination of such firms should not go
ahead and get a great deal of the
trade which is now being attracted to
Indianapolis and Muncle. This cer
tatnly opens a very practical M ay in
which to make business more brisk
during tho so-called "dun" months.
In fact if the scheme were carried out
by the Richmond merchants "we feel
sure they will find out eventually that
the "dull" months of which they have
complained in the past, have been duo
to their failing to provide attractive
enough inducements to get the out of
town people to come to Richmond.
NEW POSTMASTER.
As stated in tho Palladium yester
day, J. A. Spekenhler has been recom
mended by Representative Watson for
postmaster on the retirement of tho
present incumbent, Daniel Surface.
Congressman Watson's choice is a
happy one, as Mr. Spekenhier is one
of tho most popular and able young
men in Richmond, and well qualified
to fill the position of postmaster. He
has earned much merited praise for
the ability he has shown in unravllng
the tangled state of affairs of the de
funct Commercial Bank at Hagers
town, resulting from the peculations
of the bank's ex-cashier, John Bow
man. Mr. Spekenhier has always
been a hard worker for the Republi
can party in Richmond and Wayne
county, and his recommendation for
offlco does not come as a surprise to
his many friends, who have fe't that
his faithful efforts in behalf of his
party demanded some recognition.
Mr. Surface, the present postmaster
uion his retirement will leave a splen
' did record. During his administration
tho postofllce receipts have increased
steadily, the last fiscal year showing
the largest ameav.t of business ever
dono by the pofctotiice in Richmond.
Tho officials of the C. C. & L. should
meet the citizens of Webster half way
in their endeavors to arrange for a
station at that place. Just because
Webster did not at first realize the
benefits it would derive from a rail
road, is no reason it should be denied
now if an agreement satisfactory to
both the parties concerned can be effected.
THE HERITAGE OF THE GREEKS,
The American team has been declar
ed victor in the Olympian games
which has Just been held at Athens,
Greece. Out of twenty-nine events
the Americans carried off twelve
firsts, six seconds, and five thirds.
England was second and Greece and
Sweden were tied for third place.
This victory places the athletes of
the United States ahead of those
from any other country on the globe,
and comes all the more appropriately
for having been won in Greece, the
land in which athletics were first
brought to a high state of perfection.
The athletic heritage of the Greeks
now rests in this country, and like the
American cup, bo often and bo hotly
contested for in the international
yacht races will probably remain here
indefinitely.
The ease with which the American
team won the international contests
at the Olympian games, illustrates
with what rapid strides this country
is pushing ahead of all foreign coun
tries, whether in industries -and trade
or In athletics. ,S
' Mayor Sehmitz's telegram of grate
ful appreciation to Mayor Zimmeman,
should elicit a great many more con
tributions for the suffering victims of
San Francisco. The Palladium will
willing act as the medium for for
warding all new contributions.
VOICE OF THE PEOPLE
To the Editor of the Palladium:
Some of the ministers have inter
ested themselves unnecessarily in the
welfare of us workingmen, as to how
we should spend our Sundays. Would
it not. be well for the clergy to remem
ber that courtesy is a go6d thing and
that we do not care how they spend
their Sundays. Why should they
bother about us? I presume that the
ministers of Richmond get from ten
to thirty dollars a Sunday for preach
ing and if we mechanics and dav la
borers could get as much we would
not want to go fishing and picnicing,
but when we work six days hard, we
feel the need of recreation on Sunday.
If some preacher will come and
take my place in the shop six days I
will go to church twice on Sunday
and not charge anything for it.
A WORKINGMAN.
DAY FOR PUZZLERS
MANY FAIL ON THE RHYME
Palladium's . Jumbled Line contest
Still Attracting Much Attention
a
Some of Yesterday's Answers are
Amusing, Some Few Were Correct
in Every Detail.
The puzzlers who are daily trying
to solve the answer to the Palladium
jumbled lino contest had a difficult
time yesterday trying to arrange the
rhyme correctly. Somo of the answers
were amusing, the manner of arrang
ing the lines being original if noth
ing more. Some jjot a fine start and
waded through the rh.vme until near
the close 'and then "fell down" and
failed to get the balance of the lines
correctly. Today's contest is still
different. Qan you arrange, the lines
so that placed one after the' other
they will readintelllgently?
Yesterday's lines correctly arranged
are as follows:"
YOU HAVE 'iTRIED IT IN
PROSE, NOW . DON'T YOU
SUPPOSE VOU-JMIGHT RAKE
UP THE LINES IF THEY
RHYME? FOR SUCCESS IS
IN SIGHT, NO MATTER THE
PLIGHT, IF ONE IS BUT GIV
EN THE TIME. SO HERE
MIXED ABOUT FOR THE
READER TO ROUT, ARE THE
LINES TO CORRECTLY AR
RANGE; AND SHOULD FAIL
URE PURSUE BECAUSE OF
YOUR VIEW, DON'T IMAGINE
THE RESULT TO BE
STRANGE. FOR SUCCESS AT
THE BEST IS GAUGED BY
THE ZEST THE COMPETITOR
PUTS IN THE GAME, AND TO
LOSE OR TO WIN BRINGS
OUT YOUR BEST VIM AND
THE RESULT ON YOUR
MIND IS THE SAME. SO
DON'T AT FRST GLANCE GO
DOWK IN A TRANCE BE
CAUSE THESE LINES DON'T
FIT TOGETHER; BUT RATH
ER GO SLOW AND IN THE
END YOU' SHALL KNOW
THERE'S NO VICTORY BE
NEATH THE "WHITE FEATH
ER." THE LINES ARE ALL
HERE AND THE RHYME IS
QUITE CLEAR WHEN ONCE
YOU CAN LOCATE THE CUE,
SO STRIVE WHILE YOU CAN,
BE YOU WOMAN OR MAN
FOR REMEMBER THERE'S A
DOLLAR FOR YOU.
Fund Turned Over.
Maaager Murray of the New Phil
Hps has 'turned over to Mrs. G. H.
Knollenberg, of the Woman's League
something 6ver $30, the amount that
was realized - from the benefit per
formance at the New Phillips Tues
day night for the earthquake suffer
ers. Half the proceeds went for that
purpose.
The Women ot thZ First Paptist
church will sell bVaC, cakes, pies and
all good things, rlfcdy for the table.
J Saturday, May 5, Eleventh and Main.
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MAY FESTIVAL
The Richmond Festival Associa
tion is being warmly congratulated!
upon the merits of the program"
which has been prepared. For the
three concerts there could not have
have been more attractive offer
ings. The artistic success of the
Centennial Festival is assured and
there can scarcely be doubt that
the project can be otherwise than
successful from a financial point of
view. Recognition of the great
work that the promoters of the fes
tival have done In bringing such an
array of artists to Richmond, will,
it is declared, be accorded not only
by the people of this city, but by
the music-loving people of Eastern
Indiana.
The first choice of Season Seats
namely 54.00, will be offered at the
store of the Starr Piano Co., 93;)
Main street, on Saturc'i y morning,
May 19, beginning at 7:30 o'clock.
The plat will be open at same
place for balance of Season Seats
MR. GLENN HALL, Tenor.
Monday, May 21, at 7:30 a. m.
The plat will be open at same place
for Single Reserved Seats Tuesday,
May 22, at 9:00 a. m.
.Parties living outside the city may
MISS GRACE MUNSON, Contralto.
have seats reserved by addressing T.
A. Mott, Secretary, stating preference
LiliLIHini 10
STILL IN LEAD
Is the Real Senate Champion
of the Free Alcohol
Bill.
INDIANAIANS'
PETITION
MANY CONCERNS IN STATE JOIN
IN GIVING ENDORSEMENT TO
THE MEASURE RICHMOND
COMPANY ON LIST.
Palladium Special.
Washington, May 3. Senator Hem
enway attracted the Senate today by
introducing a big batch of letters,
chiefly from Indiana business men
and firms, urging the passage of the
free alcohol bill. There were over
one hundred letters in the bundle and
the recording clerks saw, plenty of
work ahead when the Indiana Senator
had concluded his performance.
These letters indicate the wide
spread interest throughout Indiana in
the free alcohol bill. Many of the
most prominent business men of the
State have joined hands with the
farmers in demanding the passage of
the bill. Recent letters' received -i
Senator Hemenway are from the Ml
el Gas Engine Works of Auburn ,t.V
Krell-French Piano Company of New
Castle, the Lambert Gas and Gasoline
Engine Company of Anderson, the N.
P. Bowsher Company of South Bend,
the Ketchel Elevator ' Company of
Ketchel, the Indianapolis Brewing
Company, the Starr Piano Company
of Richmond, the W. P. Squibb Distil
ling Company of Lawrenceburg and
the Buckeye Manufacturing Company
of Anderson.
CONFESSION IS EXPECTED
Cassie Chadwick Shows All the Symp
toms of Getting in Readiness
"To Peach."
'Publishers' Press! .
Columbus, O., May 3. Cassie Chad
wick, who is serving a long term in
the penitentiary for her peculations,
has decided to "peach." This will be
done as soon as she can get the mate
rial together. Her attorneys says that
Mrs. Chadwick is smarting under
false statements concerning her deal
ings and proposes to set things right
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SEAT SALE
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MR. LOUIS ELL Pianiet.
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of location 8ifl accompanied by remit
tance. y-Tickets so ordered and paid
for jni be held until called for, or will
be mailed, if desired, at owner's risk.
Season Tickets for the Three
Concerts . .$2 00
Special Reserved Seat, for Choice
additional 2 00
Reserved Seat, according to loca
tion . . $1.00, 75c and COc
Single Admission, with Reserved
$2 00 and $1 50
Afternoon, .. .,. 1 00 and 75
General Admission
Evenings $1 00
Afternoon 50
Special rates and service on inter-
MRS. MINNIE FISK GRIFFIN,
Soprano.
urban and railway lines wll be pro
vided for all concerts. For full infor
mation .address Richmond Festival
Association.
Evening Concerts begin at 8:15
o'clock and close about 10:30 o'clock
Afternoon Concert begins at 2:15
o'clock ad closes about 4:00 o'clock.
Persons entering Coliseum aftar the
beginning of any concert will not be
seated until the completion of the
number being given.
LOS ANGELES UNSCATHED
CHARLEY GATES' LETTER
SAYS SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA
METROPOLIS IS IN THE BEST
OF CONDITION CITY FILLED
WITH REFUGEES.
In a letter that Harry Gates has
just received from his brother Charley
Gates, of Los Angeles, considerable
light is thrown on the situation as it
now exists in the soMthern California
metropolis. Mr. Gates was formerly
a well known Richmond newspaper
man and is now connected with the
Los Angeles Herald. His letter in
part says:
"The old town of Los Angeles has
not gone up or down from the earth
quake shocks but is simply digging
away to do its part in relieving the
distress at 'Frisco. Los Angeles is
taking care of all the refugees who
come and I can assure you that it re
quires lots of money and provisions to
accomplish the task. Jim Jefferies,
the champion pugilist, and others of
the fraternity were out yesterday
selling oranges for the benefit of the j
fruit brought as high as $20 each. The
Southern' Pacific has been bringing
refugees intp Los Angeles by the
trainload, carrying everybody without
cost. Los Angeles will profit to a
considerable extent for thousands of
these refugees, vrtll remain here, and
a majority of them are good citizens.
Los Angeles has no fear from earth
quake disturbances. - The city is built
on different ground than that upon
which San Francisco was built. Many
people suppose that Los Angeles in
times gone by has suffered from
earthquakes, but this idea is wholly
erroneous. SlighL trembles have been
felt but absolutely no damage done."
MR. CURME IS HSfJORED
Richmond
Special
Knight Made 4 Member of
Reception Committee for
. A.
Corner Stone , Laying.
Arthur A. Curme, Sr., pf this city,
has received a personal recuest from
Grand Chancellor Durtes, of the Indi
ana Knights of Pvtliias, tc become a
member of the special reception com
mittee to welcome visiting Knights
at Indianapolis next Tuesday, on the
occasion of the corner stone laying
of the new Grand LoSge' temple. Mr.
Curme is one of the' oldest Knights
is this section of Indiana and the re
ception committee will number many
other veterans of the order. Mr.
M ' v 'A a
Curme has accepted.
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LIVED TOO HIGH;
NOW Hi DISGRACE
Trusted Employe of Tiffany
Jewelers Had Been Pad
ding the Pay Roll.
BEGAN WORK WHEN A BQY
.y
HANDLING OFJtARCE SUMS OF
MONEY, W. AS TOO TEMPTING
UNFORTUNATE MAN
YIELDED.
Publishers' Press
New York, May 3. Charged with
padding the pay roll of the jewelry
firm of Tiffany & Co.John li. Bros
seau, for thirty-five years custodiaa
and a trusted employe of the con
cern, was arrested this afternoon and
held in $3,000 bail, for examination on
Friday.
For three hours this afternoon
Brosseau was closeted with Inspector
McLaughlin, head of the deteceive
bureau, and Superintendant Ralph M.
Hyde, of the firm, and closely ques
tioned. During the session, he ad
mitted, it is alleged, that he had in
flated the pay roll under pressure of
heavy family expenses. lie lived ex
travagantly, he said, and had not the
salary necessary to maintain his
family. His salary was about $3,500
a year.
Was Dischzrged Recently.
Brosseau is 59 years old and his
arrest came as the result of suspi
cions aroused some months ago. Ten
days ago he was discharged and de
tectives set to watch him. fMean
while experts were put on his books
and they found instances where em
ployes were credited with salaries on
the pay roll, of which they received
but half. Brosseau drew the pay roll
from the company and paid the sal
aries of all the employes.
Started as a Boy.
According to Superintendent Hyde
the prisoner had been In the employ
of the company from a boy and had
worked his " way up to have f ull
charge of the jewelry stock in the
store. He distributed it every morn
ing and received it back at night and
deposited it in the vaults o? the com
pany. He also handed out the re
pair work, of which there are thous
ands of dollars worth every day. He
received the money for the repairs
and in addielon he received and
made up the pay rolls of the company.
His word as to the salary paid each
man was never questioned.
According to Inspector McLaugh
lin the deficiency will reach $200,000.
IN
EFFECT SATURDAY
New and Improved Service on the
Dayton & Western Traction
Line New Paris car.
The new schedule of the Davton &
Western traction line will become ef
fective tomorrow morning. Hereafter
the company will maintain a special
car between Richmond and New Paris
and the Dayton cars will not run Into
New Paris.excepting on one or two
of the earliest morning trips and late
at night. Much dissatisfaction has
been expressed over the schedule in
effect during the winter and spring.
Through passengers have been com
pelled to ride fifteen minutes longer
time than necessary because of the
run .down into New Paris and the
people of that town were not given
good Richmond service. By the new
plan all trouble will be obviated.
Eagles Are Busy Now.
Wayne Aerie of Eagles are busy
preparing for their dance and exhibi
tion drill which are to be given at the
Coliseum on the evening of May 16.
Tickets are for sale at various places
over the city and a large crowd is ex
pected.
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MlcHlg4n Pctatetf, flic, large and smccth, while they'ltst at per-bu
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Cold Mdl th King f all Bre?i Bakers at 63cts jtfer sack, 50 ibs 5 1 .25.
Bob White none better for a Winter Wheat 5GctrfT$2.00 per cwt.
, rwtnmono, ycu a: Knew now
SPECIAL: SPECIAL.
i Q-i. tyiK pan either ro md
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10 e.&:J.-c.Jstcmer
Svi.eet California Hams 11cts per
Do rot forget this will be the las
harr.s at the above price.
Jsee the store that 6aves vcithe
Specials cn the Dry GoodaSide.
t we are saving you morenoney
sen cn aclcse. marqin.
Finest lin
of Muslin.Sheeting,
the city.
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summer. Our
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ess
ksrs and Deoole
the Indian Hea
yards to be
Store cpene
y night.
Pictcrial Re
Patterns on Sale.
HOOD'S MODEL DEPARTMENT STORE
Trading Stamps with All Purchases. Free Delivery. New Phone
107;; Old Phone 13R. Store Open Tuesday, Friday and
Saturday Evenings. 411-413 Main Street.
MANY 'ANIMALS AFFECTED
EPIDEMIC OF ANTHRAX.
Horses, Cattle, Sheep and 2Z?i Af
flicted With a Peculiar nd Fatal
Disease The State Health Board is
Investigating the Cases.
Palladium Special.
Indanapolis, May 3. The State
Board of Health has been notified of a
serious epidemic that has broken out
among domestic animals near Wallace
Fountain county. Up to the time the
board was notified twenty-sl horses,
cattle, sheep and dogs had died from
it. A portion of the aoinal ord of
a dog that had fallen a victim was
sent to Dr. Hurty, secretary of the
board, and he had it analyzed in the
laboratory of hygiene. There tho ma
lady was diagnosed as anthrax, an ex
tremely fatal disease. It ia als: call
ed by the more common name of
blackleg.
As soon as the diagnosis was nv:de
Dr. Hurty noriiied State Veterinarian
A. W. Bitting, pt Lafayette, and h has
gone to Fountain county to make an
investigation.
MEEK ADMITS ERROR
CHAIRMAN IS CONFUSED
Says Mistake in Calling District Meet
ing May 24, Has Been Rectified
Has Stirred up a Bad Mess Among
the Party Leaders.
Palladium Special.
Connersville, Ind., 'May 3. A few
days ago District Chairman Meek
sent out a letter asking for a meeting
of the several Democratic county
chairmen of the Sixth District in Han
cock county on May 24, at which time
the date for holding the convention
was to be selected. A call has now
been issued for a nominating conven
tion to be held, at Greenfield on May
31, and some of the county chairmen
are at a loss to account for the ac
tion of the district chairman in call
ing the convention without the sanc
tion of the meeting which was to have
been held on the. 24th. The affair ha
caused considerable comment among
hoth Democrats and Republicans of
the district.
Chairman Meek, when seen con
cerning the change In the plans, said
"There wa'3 a mistake in calling any
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flat Jetton at Sets. Not over 10 pan?
opportunity you will have to get
pennies.
and getting other to cut goods and
Laces and Insertions of any store in
your white dresses and skirts for
who know claim it ia better than
sold at 12A cts per yard.
meeting at Greenfield. That has been
rectified now, and all county chairmen
have been notified by me that the con
vention will be held on May 31. That
is all I have to say on the matter.'-
More Births Than Deaths.
During the month of April there
were 27 births and 23 deaths. Sixteen
male children were born and 11 fe
males. There was one case of typhoid
fever and five cases of tuberculosis
reported during the thirty days of the
month.
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