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rne mcnmond Palladium, Sunday, August 5, 1906.
age Five. Monday's pecsoSs AX I3E most economically filled by coming to this grocery. You will find here fruit practically every seasonable or vegt table, and all of the highoct quality. Peaches. We have on hand a fine lot of pea- ches peaches with a trulv fruiff flavor highest quality very rea- K onably priced Nothing better for unday's breakfast,! or servedj' as (desert. A FEW SUGGESTIONS FOR SUN DAY PURCHASES. Soda crackers equal to Rlception flakes ; 10c -per pkg. Freeh supply fancy ollvef 10c to $1.00 per bottle. Tomatoes Onions Coin Beets J I a n.H Celery Cabbago Cauliflower Uxtra fancy homo nrown potatoes! $1.00 per hu. 0. A. Harmeier Phone 1 1 1 1. 1030 Main UE3H UN0 MOM B MXim&J Jj NO IXS5 iif 914 Main Straot. S Suits 5fi( Hats Jt) MKVKU MitllK JLEULKSH E. L. SPENCER WATCHES : CLOCKS : JEWELRY Watch, Clock and Jewels (JptyairiDo'a Specialty. 704 MAInNTREET. 'Antique fFwrnfkurOam JJJARE pieces in Mahogany, " gciibiai lumuurc icjJdiruig, Phone 472 S. F. Wdi Homo Phono 593 J. H. RUSSEJiL Parlor furniture. Mattresses and Couches, Easy Chairs, , Etc. : : 1111 16 and 17 Colonial Building. 'Phone 1634. Prices Reasonable and Satisfaction Guaranteed. uurme s special" la the sensation of the year in the Richmond 6he trade. It Is having a larg er sale than any other shoe ever sold in the City. WHY? Because It Is rictly $3.50 shoe for $2.5Qis GUARANTEED to be the BEST shoo rv -ir the money, and more than fills the guarantee. CUR!?; SHOE STORE, 724 main street. THE RICHMOND 111 are equipped with the very best" machinery, and all the latest devices for making high grade flour, and the pro duct of these mills CARPENTER'S, HAXALL and FANCY PATENT can not fe4celled anywhere. Call for them ii you want the best. ----- - -.- ., 1-935 1HE WOMAN SUFFRAGISTS GREAT MEETING PLANNED International Gathering of the Wo men Who Believe They Should Have Equal Rights With Men to Be Held in Denmark This Year. PuMis.Virs- Tress The third International iffrnsis?s will 7 to 11. A ina- Mority of the delegates, among whom are many Americana, have arrived and are the guest!- of leading families tf Copehagea. A brilliant succession V -. x 1 VX MliS. CAItKlH CHAPMAN CATT. of excursions and fetes has been ar ranged. The queen of Denmark grant ed an audience of one hour to Mrs. Carrie Chapman Cctt of Xew York, president of the league. Her majesty showed deep interest in the suffragist movement and regretted that the term of mourning for the lrtte king pie vented her entertaining the delegateu. She expressed her admiration of American women, saying she thought them active and progressive and that the women of other countries should take them as their model. Said to Be Short. Los Angeles, Aug. 4. A warrant was Issued for the arrest of L. M. Lyon, sales agent of the Imperial Melon Growers, for alleged theft. It is charged Lyon is missing and failed to render an accounting. The amount of alleged unpaid claims Is estimated from 570.000 to $.'.00,000. Lyou is thought to have gone to Merico. His friends say he Is in t'i.e tmt settling accounts and will se1.0s ill accounts nrhan Vie returns j( -.. d.-'T rv. c. i 1 z ferry and Walnut. Also lolstering and refinishing. Co, 12a S. Gfh 16 S. 7th St. X t A I NINGS, lounges, i Reieir - work a specialty. "" "" ' "" Corpfkbaj;;:, A"; 4. contVencc of ho L.-JTuni of Woman rrfeet here from Aug perJeitis ROLLER MILLS in SSSZ&53 KTKXUffl BEES Mam Street , MUCH INTEREST IN HEW SCHOOL State College of Physicians and Surgeons Has Issued its First Bulletin. THE PLANS ARE OUTLINED INSTITUTION PROMISES A RADI CAL DEPARTURE FROM THE METHODS OF THE OTHER MED ICAL COLLEGE IN INDIANA. As has leen previously stated in the Palladium, Dr. Stevenson and Wain pier of Richmond have been named as lecturing members of the faculty of the new State College of Physicians and Surgeons. Copies of the first bulletin of this new medical college have been issued and a radi cal departure is claimed. The voik of the new school is almost entirely in the laboratory for the first two years, while the remainder of the schedule is almost wholly clinical The first two years' work, so the Bulletin states ,will be given at In diana I'niversity, where modern lab oratories and the best of instructors have already been provided by tiie State. The clinical years, or the last two of the course, will be given at Indiana polis under a faculty composed of prominent and representative medical men of the city. As adjuncts to this course the college has a large dispen sary and out-patient department In full operation, together with completely cquipped clinical and X-ray laborator ies. A thoroughly modern hospital, with a capacity of 100 beds, has just been organized. The hospital has two operating rooms, one for septic and the other for aseptic cases, and its own private ambulance service. "The requirements for entrance at Indiana XTniversity," says the Bulletin, "aro those prescribed by the State Hoard of Medical Examination and Registration. Graduates of a regular ly established and recognized college or university will be given credit for all subjects of the medical course, such as chemistry, histology, embry ology, etc., which they can give evi dence of having completed in a satis factory manner. Under this provision an exceptional student may thus get as much as a year advanced in stand ing. Student who elect and complete as the last two years of their university course the laboratory courses at In diana University will receive the A. 1). degree and receive junior standing in the State College of Physicians and Surgeons and otln?r medical schools, thus completing t?ie work for the A. 15. and M. D. degrees in six years. Hammond, Ind., Aug. 4. Tom Han non of Chicago, who was arrested here Thursday, charged with the murder of Jack Lannon at Gary, it is ?aid, confessed to the police that he murdered Lannon. He was bornd over to the circuit court for the Sep tember term. Lannon's body was found at Gary, Ind., Wednesday w th' two bullet holes in the head. This is said to be the first murder in the new town of Gary. Result of Explosion. Houston, Tex., Aug. 4. W. I. FTether was instantly killed, Lee Brooks, a negro, was covered by burn ing alcohol and received burns which will prove fatal, and the entire build ing was gutted by fire as a result of an explosion in the rectifying room of the wholesale liquor house of Joph et & Company here. The loss is esti mated at 573,000. toThepoint Telegraphic News Boiled Down and Bunched For Convenience. Big Four and Erie renewed their passenger rate war at Cleveland. Rear Admiral Charles J. Train, Tuited States navy, 61, died at Chc loo, China. Three trainmen killed in freight wreck on Reibold cut-off of Baltimore nd Ohio near Reibold Junction, Pa Timothy Sullivan of Detroit and Herbert Walker, 12, drowned while fishing in Swan creek near Saginaw, Mich. Judge W. G. Hawkins. Jr., of Pitts burg. Pa., assaulted and robbed by footpads. Clark Duffy, IS, and five others suspects arrested. Oliver H. Hughes of Ohio railway commission, former adjutant general, appointed chief division quartermas ter Ohio national guard, with rank of lieutenant eolouel. on staff of Liajor General Charles Dick. Why wait for your friend's friend to come and look at your house week after next? You can sell it with a To Let ad in The Palladium. Social and Personal Mention COMING MARRIAGE MISS VIRGINIA SNODGRASS AND MR. JOHN LUTTRELL JONES ERUSBERGER WEDDING ANNOUNCED MRS. FINDLAY ENTERTAI NS OTHER SO CIAL NEWS OF THE DAY PERSONAL MENTION. Atir.i uruement has been made of the c-ngaKunvnt of Miss Virginia Q carrier Snodra.ss of Iirkerfcburgr, Y. Va.. and Mr. J.jhn Adams Luttrell, formerly of this city .but now of the insurance firm of P:dC!i Luttrell jin I'ai ki-r-iburir. This umouuee- nit. nt v. ill c diio as pleasant news to ! the many friends of Mr. Luttrell in Ithis city. Miss Snodgrass is a UiiuKNiii i)i .Hi. ii:;u jiim. n.i!;;iciu u Snodgrass and one of the loaders in the l'arkersburg social set. The wedding v ill take lace the second week in October and will be at the home of the bride's parents on Mur dock avenue . iv vr The follownig invitations have been received : Mr. and Mrs. William H. Jones request the pleasure of your company at the marriage of their daughter Echo to Mr. John W. Erushcrger, Wednesday evening, August 22nd, nineteen bundled and six at four-thirty 'illiaiii.-.ijurg, Indiana. At Home After December First, Greensioik, Indiana. - -: -x- Mrs. Ernest Findlay charmingly en tertained with a bridge party yester day afternoon in her apartments on Main street. There were three ta bles of cards, the prizes being award ed to Mifcs Oakey and Miss Scott Mc Donald. Tlie guests were Mesdames Robert Ferriday. Fred Carr, Guy Mc Cabc, Paul Comstock, Robert Stim son, Milton Craighead, Elmer E. Eg gemeyer, Will Bell of West Lebanon, Ind., Scott McDonald of Newport News, Va.; Misses Oakey of Chicago, Jennie and Juliette Bobbins of De troit, Mary Shively and Clara Com stock. Miss Josie Goodrich entertained Friday evening at her home northwest of the city in honor of the birthday anniversary (if her nephew, Geo. Coale. The guests were .Misses Ma rie Kaufman, Ann Dilks, Pearl Hase coster, Edna Chandlee, Cora Igleman, Jessie Beeler, Inez Coale, Margaret Sedgwick, Ruth Mashmeyer, Messrs. Charles Morgan, Ben Hill, Harry Dilks, Rudolph Hill, Howard Thomas, Edward Warfel and Edgar Hamilton. The Senior and Junior classes of the Xew Paris High School, picnicked at the Glen the past week. Mrs. Will Bell will entertain Mon day afternoon at her home on the Na tional Road in honor of Mrs .Will Bell, Jr., of West Lebanon, Ind., and Mrs. Scott McDonald, of Newport News, Va. ALL DIVORCES MUST WAIT Judge Fox Announces He Will Not tear Any More Cases Until he October Term. Judge Henry C. Fox, or the Wayne Circuit Cour4, announced yesterday that on no account would he call court for trial of divorce cases until next term .which is in October. Charge Against Federal Official. Helena. Aug. 4. David Hoover United States collector of customs at Gateway, Montana, and Quon Lee, a Chinaman, were bound over to the federal grand jury in bonds of $3,000 each to answer to a charge of con spiracy to smuggle Chinese into the country. The evidence showed the existence of an organization for this purpose and that Hoover was to re ceive $20 a year for passing Chinese through the port of entry. Wanted In Mew York. New York, Aug. 4. The arrest in Tampico of Paul Aurbach, wanted in New York to explain an alleged short ago of $33,000 in h'.s books at the wholesale drug house of Ianman & Kemp, where he was formerly em ployed as a confidential bookkeeper, was made known to the district at torney's office. As soon as ex tradition papers are preparted a de tective will be sent to Tampico to bring Aurbach to New York. rensacoia, F!a., Aug. 4. An inves tigation of the alleged peonage at the Jackson Lumber company's camp at Lockhart, Ala., by the United States commissioner, resulted in three men being held to the United States court under heavy bond. They are: Rob ert Gallagher, superintendent; V. N. Grace and Oscar S. Sanders, em ployes of the company. Many wit nesses testified as to how the men vs. J h.n i"f aten an-1 ill treated. ays The regular monthly meeting of the Richmond Keramic League will be held Monday afternoon at 3 o"clock at the studio of Mrs. Lewis D. Stubbs. 60 South 12th street. The subject un der discussion will be the nasturtium flower .either natural, or conventional arrangement. The Epworth League of the First M. E. chinch wil give a picnic supper at the Glen Monday. All members are invited to attend. PERSONL MENTION Mrs. Joseph Kramer is visiting at Campbellstown. Miss Mattie Hornie has returned from Plainfield. Dr. and Mrs. E. H. Mendenhall have returned from a two weeks' visit in the country . Miss Edith Eliason of East German town, is visiting friends in the city. Robert Griffin is visiting in New Castle. Mrs. Emma Morgan has returned to her home in Columbus, Ohio. Miss Mina Pennell will return from northern Michigan the first of the week. Harry Doan is spending a few days in Indianapolis. Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Moss have re turned from Franklin, Ohio. Miss Marie Rcers has been the guest of friends at Milton. Miss Charlotte Keller of Columbus, Ind., will arrive tomorro wto be the guest of Mrs. Harry Land of North 12th street. Henry Sherman of Chicago is spend ing a few days with relatives in the city. Miss Mae Kuhn of Hamilton is the guest of local friends. Edgar and Ralph Hamilton, who have been visiting their parents. Dr. and Mrs. C. M. Hamilton, have re turned to New York, accompanied by their sister, Miss Mary Hamilton. J. M. Sutton of Daytn was in the city yesterday. Rev. Alfred Johnson of Urbana, is the guest of friends in the city. Miss Clara Moormann will return from Chicago today. Miss Edith McCoy of Columbus, was i ntho city yesterday, the guest of friends. Val Young was here on business yesterday. D. II .Burke and family leave for California tomorrow. Mrs. B. L. Green and children, of Cleveland, Ohio, is in the city, tho guest of her brother, Frank J. Par sons. L. T. Parker of Detroit, Mich., is the guest of Richmond relatives. THE HALL OF FAME. James Cobb and Jennie Korn were recently wedded at Ilobnrt, Okla. The king of Portugal is said to be an enthusiastic and able amateur painter. Camille Salnt-Saens, tho famous French composer, Is to visit America next winter for a professional tour. Henry Broadhurst's only tailor for pome years after the comrneneemeift of his parliamentary life was his wife. The delegates of the United States to the international wireless telegraph conference In Berlin in September will lie General James Allen, Rear Admiral ,11. N. Mauney and John I. Waterbury. Major General O. O. Howard of tho Union army and Lieutenant General Stephen D. Lee of the Confederate forces are talking of writing a joint history of the civil war. The men were clussmates at "West Point. The rich carpet manufacturer, Alex ander Smith Cochran of Yonkers, N. Y., has purchased the Martin farm, near his city, and will improve the property and erect on it a complete sanitarium for the treatment of tuberculosis. When Lord Curzon was appointed viceroy of India, the post recently va cated, he completed one of the dreams of his school days. From the time he first knew the government house, Cal cutta, was a facsimile of his ancestral home, Kedleston Hall, near Derby, he desired to occupy it as governor gen eral of India. Edward Iveson Goldsmith bears the treble distinction of being the oldest native citizen of Lynn, Mass., the old est veteran of the civil war now living In the Bay State and one of the young est looking men of his age in the world. He has just celebrated his ninety-fourth birthday and does not look a day over sixty-five. M. T. Freeman of Crawford county. Pa., one of the original Fremont Re publicans, Is now in his eighty-first year. When the campaign of 1ST0 was at its height he made a compact that he would not shave until Fremont phonld be elected. lie kept his vow, for since that time no razor has touch ed his face, though he has never allow ed his beard to reach Inordinate length WW AUTUMN ART EXHIBIT PICTURES ARE DISPLAYED Carfield School Again Place cf Inter est for all Art Lovers Display will be Open Each Day From Now Un til Pictures Are Removed. An autumn art exhibit, not so pre tentious as the regular exhibit of the Richmond Art Association which is held each spring, but at the same time very i:nt resting and worthy of attention, is now opt-n for inspection of the public at Garfield school. Tt e pictures shown include the fourteen owned by the Richmond Art Ai-.-o-ciatlon : -Ploughing the First Gleam" by Horution Walker whk-h was li e bright feature of last springs exhibit; "The Girl in Drown and White.'- ir.-.u the brush of Robert Henri; two por traits by Mr. Faluns, of Philadelphia; "Kentucky Roadside," by William Forsythe, of Indianapolis; a land scape by Frank Girardhi of Richmond and a painting by Miss King of Indi anapolis, owned by Fairvicw school. Horution Walker's masterpiece as well as several of the other pictures enumerated above are to be exhibited at the opening of the new building at the Herron Art Institute. Indianapo lis in the autumn and are being kept here by the Richmond Art Associa tion until called for. The public is in vited to visit this display of paintings and Garfield school building will be open each forenoon; also any after noon if arrangements are made with Supt. Molt. Salt King Dying. Cincinnati, O.. Aug. 4. Captain C. M. Holloway, 75, member of the wa terworks commission and known over the country as "Tho Salt King," is dy ing at his home in this city of paray sis and neuralgia. He has no chance for recovery according to his physi cians. Captain Holloway in his younger days was river captain and later general manager of tho liig Sandy packet lines. He acquired large salt Interests in Ohio and Kentucky and controls three-fourths of the min eral salt output of the United States. He is a director of numerous banks and financial institutions and rate up In the millions. No Regulars at O. N. G. Camp. Columbus, O., Aug. 4. The rank and file of the Ohio national guard express no regrets that no federal troops are to be with them in the summer maneuver camp this year. The relations between the state and federal troops have been strained and the tragic outcome at the joint man euvers at Athens is still fresh in memory. The officers will pay special attention this year to camp sanita tion. They believe they have a fine water supply, but it will be tested daily, and an effort will be made to keep the hospital list down to the minimum. The camp opens Aug. 13. PLAYS AND PLAYERS. Mme. Bernhardt will spend the sum mer at her chateau on the French coast, near Trouvllle. D. L. Don has been engaged to sup port Montgomery and Stone next sea son In "The Red Mill." Thompson & Dundy will next season present Edward Abeles In a dramatiza tion of "Rrewster's Millions." "L'Aiglon" and "Hamlet" are Rcrn hardt's favor'e male roles. She plays "L'Aiglon" ns a sort of toy "Hamlet." Richard Carle writes his own lyrics for his comic operas and proves himself to be a verse maker of much facility. "Walter D. Nealand has been re-engaged for next season by John P. Slo nim as manager of "The Yankee Con sul." Charles Frohman has obtained the American rights for a new version of "Rrigadier Gerard," by Sir A. Con an Doyle. Charlotte Hunt, the charming leading lady of the Howdoin Square theater, Boston, has been on the stage since she was four years of age. FACTS FROM FRANCE. Esperanto Is to be taught to the ca dets at the French military college of St. Cyr. In consequence of the increasing abuse of opium its 6a!e in France har bor cities has been forbidden. A boy of twelve in the custody of the Paris police told them that it is their business to find out his name and ad dress. The French people are the greatest consumers of cheap wine in the world. It is used more generally than milk In the United States. Even the little chil dren drink it. The public schools give it to the pupils. The servants Insist on the daily allowance for wine. Yellow spectacles for weak eyes were recommended by Dr. Motals Id a paper he read before the Academy of Medi cine at Paris. The doctor declares that yellow is very soothing to weak eyes and that for fifteen years Le Urn pre scribed glasses of this color with ex cellent remits. DehmorcdL - --- LIVELY DUGS AT OLD OYSTER M ! Shore Fence Was Instituted and Roosevelt Pier Destroyed. THE TOWN BOARD ACTS ISSUED ORDER YESTERDAY THAT ALL OFFENDING PIERS r.VooT COME DOWN AND TROU BLE SEEMS CERTAl Oysu i;.;y. I.. I. tg. 4 The common pt opl. of Oyster Pay have instituted a shore ft. nee war against the milHonahos w ho have summer htur.es he; e. The townsmen have been advised that tht v are right and that they have the law with them and they are ruthlessly destroying s'hore fences and phi erected by the rich estate owners The J. Wet Roosevelt pi r. at the foot of Sauamore Hill, the dock that President Roosevelt uses when lie has occasion to o out on the bay was among the piers to suffer. The quarrel L one of long standing, but only ltcei;!!v euine to a head. Tin- rich owneis, whoso estates gen erally run down to tin hay, erected fences and piers clear down to tho low water line, the idea being, of course, in keep tho haymen and vil lagers off their property. The villagers felt the hindrance and began discussing it in Moore's grocery store and other places where the people collect of an evening. The town council sorm felt the influence of the movement and the members decided it behooved them do some thing. A lawyer, richly endowed with the lore of Long Island state rights was engaged ami the old archives of the town put at his disposal. What he found was good tor tbe villagers. Some of the papers showed that through tin ad of grace on t ho part of George III the people of Oyster Ray and their heirs forever should retail all short- rights. This was enough for the villagers. Headed by the town constable a score or more of them made havoc with the short fences and piers. Not content with that they obtained or ders from the court rest raining the property owners along the shore road from rebuiding piers and fences. Town Board Acts. In spite of this, wnne owners be gan to rebuild. George C. Maxwell, one of the president's neighbors and the superlntendnt of Mrs. J. West Roosevelt place have both repaired their piers. The town board Wns in formed at noon today and as a re sult there was great indignation man ifested at the town hall. "Order the highway commissioners to go out there this afternoon and tear the piers down," said each mem ber of the board in wrathful tones, and forthwith the order was Issued. Commissioners Hawkhurst and Un derbill at once began collecting a force of Italian laborers to go out to the foot, of Sagamore Hill in the vi cinity of which the offending piers are located. Uively times aro expected before, the war ends. Some of the rich men have threatened to fill the fence raid ers with shot. Constable Mc Cabe, the police force of the town, says that, any man win) shows him self with a gun will he loaded Into a wagon and carried to jail. ..GEO. m. Western &Sout Ins.Co. Rooms 33-34, Bldg. li O Id V2 PnONK 1BOO We earnestly solicit your patron g z s4 5 5J 4mJi &-$ HARRY VyOOD WIRING CHANDELfERS and i ELECTRICAL SUPPLIES'; ARLINGTON HOTEL jBaiberShop Pim rla3 work Vy first class bar hers, under stricflv sanitary condi. tion. Vour jatronage solicited. Jjeff eyers, prop. Bndsansa GUYEEK. 1 hern lift i t