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The Richmond Palladium, Tuesday, June 5, 1906.
Page0. Ftel WE'RE -p 1 1 S-S SHOWING ? il W somo especially nepthlngsln Dining Rbam Furniture Pieces j P that will pjUSase your eye as well as youKjaocketbook. J I Sidebbards Our I U CLiina Prices. ClqsetS SCVIWSIl You'll Say j i BiiW They're if haste "It i Jpfght p nr rrxrzsr furniture I 5$)(C Jrr pAr' bedding 1 LlVyWLiLS U PICTURES 1 K ' 927-929 MAIN ST. Call and get a fan with our compliments. A " i n IS A DIREFUL ONE Twelve Young Boys Who Stole Ice Cream Must Apologize to Their Victims. ONE YOUNGSTER'S PLIGHT HE HAD TO BEG PARDON OF HIS "LOVE'S" MOTHER IN THE PRESENCE OF HIS LOVED ONE. AWFUL AFTERMATH. A direful punishment has been me ted out to the twelve young boys who compose the "desperate" band of ice cream robbers that have been terror izing the city for the past month or two. The police have informed them that they must personally visit the homes of the various victims and ap pologize for "swiping" refreshments intended for guests who were being entertained. , So rumor goes there are several charming young ladies at these vari ous homes and several members of the ice cream Swipers Association are their devoted swains. These young la dles have been kept in the dark con cerning the depredations or their de voted ones. An apology to the moth rs of the fair ones means an em barrassing exposure, the results of which are greatly feared by the er ring swains. "Still there is no way to get around it" one of the disconso late young men, a member of a promi nent family, remarked yesterday, "The cops tell us we have got to apo logize or pay the penalty." Went Via the Back Fence. Sunday evening one of the "desper adoes" went to apologize to an ag grieved hostess. It so happened that she was the -mother of the "arple of his eye," hence he called at a late hour, coming via of the back fence and knocking gently at the kitchen door. The hostess .appeared and the young man in a halting fashion, "first I standing on one foot and then on the .other, told how sorry he was for his actions. The mother of his "heart's desire" heard out his sad story and then cruelly informed him that she could not accept his apology until he appeared at the front door like a gen tleman and then apologized in a man ly way. The "desperado" adopted the gentleman's way and appeared at the front door his mortification was com plete when he noticed the "apple f his . eye" sitting in the front room She, as well as her mother, heard his apology and it is reported that she presented a stern and frigid aspect. NOTICE TO BIDDERS. Proposals for suppliesror the use of the Eastern Indiana mspkal for the Insane for the month will be received by the stees at the Hospital before tonday, June 11, 1906. Speci ay be seen at the Second at the Hospital. lk, or By order of the S. E. SMITI Supt. 5-2t. Notlca to Bidders. Notice Is hereby given that esti mates for snjffplies for the County Poor As iun he qfidrter ending August n. e of inie . in the office ol the Audit r of i Wayne Coun- ty and ds will rectifed on same up to la o'clock. m.,j&r Thursday, Juno 14, 1906. s wiiirG received under thl following adcr- les, Drugsland Wood 1 L-HANES, 5-lt Auditor . ayne County. PUNISHMENT of JuV Hoard Tr 3 Pm. 1 fcpatWas k XM!oiIl.t I. I M V T lib fa THE CITY IH JRIEF Stop the White pure Ice Union Ice Co. Otu Mgr. tf Telephone the UKlchmond Steam Laundry to get your laundry. tf Attorneys John L. Rupe and Jesse S. Reeves have filed the suit of Jo seph W. Green et al. vs. WilUafn A. Moore, et eux, to quiet tltauid for partition of real estate, The union ice Co.rvor flclal Ice. Telephones, Home 941, 11 10R tf New Golf Hats ibbey & Co. Teeth extracte without pain or no charges. C. J. Slendenhall, Dentist. tf The divroce case of Huddleston vs. Huddleston has been set for trial next Saturday. The Huddlestons lire in the western part Si the countyr Branch managersjwanted. $20 cash weekly. Liv afcrnome. Experience unnecessary, Van canvasslng-nclose stamp for particulars, uuminum Hanger Co., Chatfield, MJffh. 2-30t Ladies Auto Cap Co. Sunday Excursion ayton via Pennsylvania lines. roirnd trio from Richmond 9 a. m. Central e .lO.Train leaves Michael Dunn, of Columbus, Ohio, formerly of this city, is recovering rapidly from his recent illness and is able to be out of doors. Mr. Dunn Is superintendent of motive power of the southwest system oLahe Pennsvl ;st system ofTl t, 9 sVfccth. C vania. S." A. Lott, iblnet Ma- ker. Fine cabinet wor and repalr- ing. Jersey Sweet ..Potato plants sale, W. A. Reld, Spring Grove. for The Woman's Foreign Missionary Sociey of the First M. E. church, will hold an open meeting Wednesday evening at 7:30 at the home of Mrs. Wrolfer, 209 South 18th street. All members of the church, together with the young people who atterui, are In vited. Having secured the gency of a New York Manufacn g and Belfast import of linens, Iam prepared to sell table olothsr nankins, lunch cloths, tray cl3 towel3 WALTER R. 26'chmon enue. Or call Home Phone Everybody bu roperty from Woodhurst, 913 491. Telephone junea tf Petition for Guardian. The County Commissioners will let a contract for a small bridge Satur day. Bids have been advertised for and It is expected that there will be several. CENTERVILLE. Palladium Special. CentervlUe, Jud 4. The ladles of the Christian church will conduct an lee cream festival on next Saturday evening at the town Hall. The West Grove Monthly Meeting of Friends, will be held in the Friends church . at Centerville on next Saturday, June 9, at ten o'clock. George F. Williams came home from Dayton to spend Sunday and Monday with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Williams and observe his eighteenth birthday anniversary at home cn Monday. The Temperance Boys club will give a social party on next Saturday evening in the auditoi-ium of the town hall on Saturday evening, June 9th, V - W5ons tf XT TQf fr X sr An J 1 S -IS 4 T Klbbei& Jf tarn wme JF 4 IF scarfs an i and R RO! 3SIWE diV J GOOD WS OR OR FARMERS Congressman Watson nounces Sure Cure for Hog Cholera. An- DISCOVERY IS IMPORTANT SECRETARY OF AGRICULTURAL DEPARTMENT HAS AT LAST FOUND A TRUE SPECIFIC WHAT WATSON SAYS. Wayne County farmers have loit thousands of dollars as a result of the ravages or hog cholera during the past few years. Last summer and fall, farmers in the vicinity of Ha- gerstown and Greensfork suffered greatly, hundreds of hogs dying from the disease. Congressman Watson, who has been interesting himself in the investiga- tion being carried on by the . United states government in an effort to find a true specific for hoe cholera. j sends word to his farmer constituency mat me long sougnt ror cure has been Gregg, Richmond. This list prac found. A dispatch from Washing- tically includes the best artists in the ton says: statp Representative James E. Watson is authority for the statement that Sec- retary of Agriculture James Wilson, of $50 for the best painting by. an In has made a discovery that ought to diana artist. This will be he first give him a place in history as one of annual competition and all the art- the great benefactors of mankind. Mr. Wilson, he says, has at last discovered how to prevent hog chol- era. "Many alleged cures for hog chol era have been foisted upon the public irom ume to time," said the Sixth district congressman, "but it has re mained for the sturdy and brainy Scotchman at the head of the depart- ment of . agriculture to discover the real cure. Having a deep interest in is composed lareelv of farmers. T call- tA r.n iha cranr Avnin;nkj in detail the series of pxnprimpnta that have led up to the discovery and all about the cure and vhat it will no. complish. "There can be no doubt whatovor that Secetary Wilson has found the sure cure, as well as preventative, Gf hns rhnipm This nn.liiei.nir,rv io worth $100,000,000 a year to the country. A man like Wilson oueht to be kept in office without regard to changes of administration and when he dies a grateful DeoDle oueht to erect a maenlficent monument. nvPr his grave. A hog that has had cholera, and therefore was immune, was iniected with serum taken from a hog that was sick of cholera. Then, in due time, serum was taken from the immune hojr. and It was used to insulate th. er hogs that had cholera and to vacci - nate well hogs. In not a single in- stance, have well hogs, after being vaccinated, contracted the cholera even when thrown into immediate contact with it and in every case the sick hogs have gotten well after beins applied for a patent and he richly de- serves, not only the patent, but a vote of thanks by congress.' Twelve Get Licenses. Twelve liquor licenses were granted vestTriav hv the Pnnntv rnmmlcclnn. ers, not a single application -being re- fused. All but four of the aDnlications were from saloon men living in Pirh. mond, and six were from the first ward. . The following were granted licenses: Ben Bowing, Clem Heck, Edward Muey, . Henry Miller, Henry Rohe and John Dickerson." of the first ward; Joseph Iliff, third ward; John H. Sullivan, fourth ward; Alfred Campbell, Pleasant Davis and John H. Miller, of Hagerstown and Charles A. Morgan of Cambridge City. PAINTINGS HERE FOR ART EXHIBIT Fine Pieces of Art Are Being Put in Place at the Garfield School. WALKER'S WORK, FEATURE HIS FINE MAMMOTH PAINTING, "PLOUGHING THE. FIRST GLEAM," WILL BE SHOWN VALUE IS $12,0CC. EXHIBIT'S GREAT PICTURE. At this year's Are Exhibit, the central feature will be Horatio Walker's masterpiece, "Ploughing the First Gleam," a composition that is at once beautful and real istic. It depicts a double team of oxen hitched to the plough ready to begin the day's task. The first gleam of the dawning of day, with its wonderful lights and shadows are portrayed with re markable fidelity. The painting was awarded a gold medal at the St. Louis World's Fair and its val ue is $12,000. The canvas is the largest that will be shown in the exhibit this year, being 8 feet in width by 7 in height. All the pictures which will be seen at the Richmond Art Exhibit, which opens next Tuesday evening at the Garfield School building, are now in the city, and the work of -hanging them began yesterday morning under the supervision of Mrs. M. F. John ston, chairman of the hanging com mittee. This year there will be no "local artists' room" as has been the custom In the past, the paintings of the "Rich mond Group" will be hung indiscrim nately throughout the building, as will the paintings of all Indiana artists. One feature will be the exhibit of pic tures owned by the Rchmond Art as sociation. There are thirteen pic tures now in this group, all from the hmshpss nf nntfH artists nH arp hung in ithe front office room. Twenty-Four Indana Artists. This year there will be paintings ex hibited; from the brushes of twenty- four Indiana artists. The folowing is a complete list or these artists: J. Otis Adams, Indianapolis', T. C. Steele, Indianapolis; William Forsyth, Indianapolis; Otto Stark, Indianapo lis; Richard Gruelle, Indianapolis; Paccia TT onr?tfrlrc' TnrHori'innHa' TPef1 L Izo, indiananoiis: Emma B. Kin. Indianapolis; Fred E. Pierce, Wil- liamsburg; Clarence BallT 'South Bend: Marearet Overbeck. Greencas- te; Fred Vance, Crawfordsville; J. E. Bundv. Richmond: Frank Girardln. Richmond; M. T. Nordyke, Rlch- mnnrl W A Wnllv T?1nhTTinnri- Aliln Mote. Richmond. Ellwood Morris. Richmond; Anna M. Newman, Rich- mond; Mrs. Elmer Eggemeyer, Rich- mond: Mrs. H. L. Freeman. Rich- William Eyden, Richmond; A. W. I Another feature will be the comne- tition for the Mary T. R. Foulke Drize ists in the above list are entered for the nrize. Mrs. Foulke takes the greatest interest in the welfare of the local exhibit and has expressed a de sire to continue this prize for some years to come. Jury Decision Saturday. The jury of award will be in the city Saturday of this week and at that time wD1 decId9 on the winnins PaintinS. but theIr decision will not be made known then. Itwill be Beaiea ana Piacea awayuuui me open ing night, Tuesday next, at which tIme the award will be announced ine Jury 18 compnsea , oi mree oi tne best known landscape? artists in tne west. The chairman is Charles. Francis Brown, who is an instructor ,n tne mc& Art institute ana a landscape art st OI not' one more suitaoie coma nave been obtained to serve on the jury than Plr- rown. tie nas always ranen the Kreatest interest in the art move- ment ln tms clty ana iasl year at me Close of the local exhibit he made the statement that "the eyes of the art world are upon Richmond Tbs second member, of this commit tee is Frank J. Frederick, a well Known landscape artist ana teacner or painting ana design at tne university of Illinois. He is a most competent man. Mr. Frederick was a cousin of 1 he ,ate Miss Charlotte Mendum, form eny mstrucor or art m tne uicmnona Pulic schools. The third member of e J'ury ls William McCord, the great Cincinnat landscape artist. Speaking of the jury of award, Mrs. M- Johnston stated yesterday, "We feel niore than satisfied with the corn- petency or this jury and will probably never have a better one." Notice to Bidders. NoticeNis .hereby glv that th? loners of Board of County Commi Wayne County Vill e bids up to 11 o'clock a. oi day, June 18 1906 for rons: t df ap- Proacnes- or nil ittfcrV Ford Bridge in Greene P- notice 1 hereby at specifica tions for . the abpve approaches are on file In the office of the County Auditor.- P. E. WILEY. . E. CLARK, 5-lt JOHN F. DYNES. Palladium Want Ads Pay. WILL REPAINT STEEL BRIDGES County Commissioners in Ses sion Yesterday Decide on Needed Improvement. OTHER MATTERS WERE UP COST OF REPAIRING THE JAIL WHERE JOHN LOCKE MADE HIS GETAWAY WAS PAID BY THE COUNTY. At the meeting of the County Com missioners yesterday, it was decided to repaint most of the steel bridges in Wayne county during the year at a cost of several hundred dollars. The matter of painting the bridges has been up before the Commissioners several times, but it was voted down heretofore. It was thought however, that the paint helps to preserve the iron and the painting is to be started at once. A list of supplies was asked for by the superintendent of the county poor farm. The contracts for the coming quarter will be let on Thursday of next week. The $4.30 which was charged for the patching up of the holes left in the iail bv John Locke, was ordered paid. This money covered the cost of plastering and cementing Iron bars in the air shaft through which Locke climbed. The commissioners will meet here Wednesday to take nction on a num ber of claims and petitions for roads and bridges. There were several small claims allowed yesterday, as well as quarterly settlements made in different cases. James N. Napier, superintendent of the County Poor Asylum, submitted his report for the quarter ending June 1. The total receipts at the institu tion, resulting fro mthe sale of farm products, were $214.53 and the total expenditures were $415.03. This is about the usual amount that must be$ paid by the county tor tne mainte nance of the farms. ARE READY TO ACT WHEN CALLED UPON Commissioners Would Like to Know If the I. & E. Is Vio lating Franchise. NOT YET APPEALED TO COMPLAINT HAS BEEN MADE THAT THE RATES ARE EXCES SIVE BUT NO OFFICIAL REPORT HAS BEEN FILED. Although no action was taken yes terday President Wiley of the Coun- ty Commissioners, stated that as soon as a complaint, submitted in proper form, reaches the Board that the In dianapolis & Eastern Ry. is violating the terms of the franchise, the inter- urban company will be forced to re duce its rates where they are in ex cess of the limit. Although there has been much talk especially in the western parts and along the National Road, complaining that the fares are excessive, no writ ten report of the matter has been made so that the commissioners could take official notice of it. As soon as such a report is handed in, the board will lose no time in stopping the prac tice of charging too much to the mile. if such be true. .The Com (lissoners have been in porresnondence with the ofHcials of the I. & E. in regard to free transpor- tation on aunaay ior a minister ana several choristers, to the poor farm, where services are to be held each year. Heretofore, the interurban com pany would grant plenty of passes but the practice has ended. A favora ble answer is expected soon. The com missioners say that they would bear the expense of the weekly trips them selves, but for the fact that there is no fund for that purpose. CAMBRIDGE CITY. P?.lladlum Kpeclal.3 Cambridge City, June 4. Chas. Hess and wife of Greenville. Ind., were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. El mer Beeson Sunday. Louis J. Francisco, who has been employed in the P. J. Armour Pack ing House of Chicago, returned to his home in Richmond after a short vaca tion with Walter Woods south of this city. Carl Barefoot was the guest of lady friends in New Castle Sunday. Wm. Hagemann, successor of John Gray, as station agent at the Pan Handle depot in this city, will occu- j py the Doney property on East Main street- Miss Neva Harelrigg left Monday morning for Oxford, O., where she ! ill visit her sister. Miss Flossie j Hazelrlgg who is attending school at that place. 1 Elmer Beeson opens a meat market in the Stoddard building today, suc ceeding John Weber, who has retired. Mrs. Nixon and her grandson, Wal ter, are visiting Mr. aid Mrs. Lew Klrkwood this wreefc at their home on Church street. Mrs. Bertha Nation of Jackson, Michigan, is visiting her parents, Mr. aonQonnonnnn S3 TUESDAY 2 E3 3 13 X3 a m o S3 El FIRST CLASS . GOODS, ALL OF THEM, AND PROPERLY PRICED. Genuine German Dill Picjnes per doz 10c Vanilla Wafers (RdnularOc article) . . per lb. 10c Graham Wafers (fineith Genuine German Pretzels .per lb. 15c California Prunes (A good grade) -.4 lbs 25c Pea Nut butter in Bulk .... pernio) 10c Table syrup in gallon cans 30c per can Gallon Cans Baldwin Apples .1 ..30c per can Standard Corn (A good pack) .."4 cans 25c Evaporated Apricots (15c quality) 11c per lb. si E3 S3 23 52 S3 PHONE YOUR ORDERS J. M. Eggemeyer m and Main sts. S3 S3 3EsassonLinoH3EE: ??j5f j, 8 Tuesday After Tuesday Ev Richmond Talki and Mrs. Ira L. Pritchard this week. Adam Rummel returned to his hlme in Lima, Ohio, after a short vis it with his brother, Frank Rummel. Orville Thalls of Hagerstown was the guest of Miss Virgie Kuster Sun day evening. Miles Goodwin of New Castle was in this city on business yesterday af ternoon. Oscar Howard who has been em ployed with the C. T. Wright Under taking Establishment, returned to his home in Marion, Illinois. Roy Kniese and Joe Ebert of Pur due will visit their parents in this city next Tuesday. Howard Beeson returned home from Indianapolis where he has been working in the Eagle Clothing Store, Sunday morning. Ralph Jones of Chicago was the guest of Miss Edna Highley Sunday evening. " - -r 5 ! . Lew Hahn returned to Indianapolis after a short visit with his wife In this city Sunday. John Pusinelli left for Shirley, Ind., Monday morning where he will take a position in J. Houck's drug store. J. A. Locke of Hagerstown was here on business yesterday. Ray Bertsch returned home yester day from a business trip through the northern part of the state. Joe Munchoff of Indianapolis was the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Frohnapfel Sunday. Palladium Want Ads Pay. Banner Rug U 101-3 Richmond Ave. ItOPikfl nfMQ an What is it the children lik to play on? Fluff Rugs. What rests your feet m summer and warms them in winter? Fluff Kugs. What always fit thjf space for which they are intendj? . Fiufrkugs. What is the great fst help towards a cozy home? FlufT Rugs. What fluff rugsNqjl) the best? -Why, BANNER RUGS, of course! Besides our rug work, we clean, dye, re pair, take up and lay carpets. Phone for our representative. 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