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The Richmond Palladium, Sunday, August 12, 1908.
Page Nine. FIEST DISTRICT. South of Main, West of 7th. 1-2 1st and S. C, Piano Factory, f 1-3 2nd and S. B. ,1-4 4th and S. D. 1-6 5th and 8. B. ,1-6 5th and S. II. .,1-8 7th and S. C. i 1-9 7th and S. J. SECOND DISTRICT. South of Main, between 7th and llth. 2-1 8th and Main 2-3 8th and S. E. .2-4 7th and S. G.v 2-5 9th and 8. A. 'V 2-6 10th and S. C "2-7 llth and Main. 2-8 llth and S. J. r THIRD DISTRICT. South of Main, East of llth. 3-1 12th and S. B. '3-2 12th and S. E. 3-4 14th and Main. 3-6 14th and S. C. 3-6-1 8th and 8. A. 3-7 20th and Mais. 1 3-8 15th and S. A. i FOURTH DISTRI forth of Main, West of lilt: to river 4-l3d and Main, UobiL aa shor 1 4-2-3d and N. C. 1-3 City Building. 1 4-4 ftth and N. G. 4-5 Gaar, Scott & Co, 4-G No. 1 Hose House, 1 4-7 Champion Mills. 4-8 10th and N. I. 4-9 9th and N. E. 4-12 City Electric Liffh lanl. FIFTH DISTRICT West Richmond and Set&topol. 5 W. 3rd awd Chest nu , 5-1 W. 31 and National 5-2 W. 3d and Kinsey. L venue. O-J . .Jit and luchmonf Avenue. 5- 4 W. 1st and R. R. 6- 5 State and Pioycr. 5-6 Grant and It id. ire. 5-7 Hunt and" Maple. 5-8 Grant and Sheridan. " 5-9 B rid ure Avenue. Paper 5-12 Earlham College. 1 , ' ' . SIXTH DISTRICT! North of D, East of lOtl C-2 Hut ton's Coffin Facto G-3 Hoosier Drill Works.- C-4 Wayne Works. C-5 City Mill Works. 0-6 15th and H. It. G-7 IHili nd N. II. SEVENTH DISTR1C Between Main and North D. East of ICth. , 7 9th and N. A. 7-1 llth and N. B. 7-2 14th and N. C. 7-3-No. 3 Hose House.. 7-4 ISt h and N. C. ,7-5 22.1 and N. E. SPECIAL ,n!GNAL3J 2- 2-2 Patrol Call. 3- 3-3 Fire Pressure. ' ? . 1-2-1 Fire out. I 3 Fire pressure oil. I 1 ini.D 16 and 17 Colonial Building. 'Fhond634. Prices Reasonable and Satisfaction Guarantee'-. 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 LEMONS 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Lemons, Lemons, 30 cent value for 22cts. dozen. f Coffee Best in Richmond, 20 cent value. 15 cents; 3P"cent coffee, 25 cents. 10 pounds Country L")rd. $1.10. 19 pounds Granulated Sugar $1. Home Grown Potatoes, 90 Many other bargains that we can't mention. Phone orders given especial attention. Fresh fruit and vegetables. rree aeuvery. nome rnone ffomc Phone 1660 O'LEARY'S 1029 Main 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 00 0 0 0 0 0 0 sslfoed 3 ii . u mill in 1 Any Ply 4 Call Up Lcnr ru- 6 Hime. Oyster Pay, L. I.. Aug. 11. Repre sentative and Mr.?. Lrrgr.-: th arrives from Europe aboard the A'.rencan line steamship St. Paul. They male the run from New York city on the presi dent's yacht Sylph, which met the St. Paul at quarantine. Mr. and Mrs. Longworth will remain at Sagamore Hill only a short time. From Oyster Bay they have planned to go to Wash ington and later to Cincinnati, O. Y2c .v C?psized. Nilej, O., Aug. 11. James J. Flana gan, a veil known rfsM-nt f this City, was drowned near Warren, O. Flanagan, with a party of friends, had Deen camping three miles west ot Warren and had just broke camp. They were returning to Niles in a steam yacht owned by Charb-s Crowe of this city V.'hen about one mile from Warren th ? boat cap:-.iz -d. Resisted Arrest, Princeton, Mo., Ausr. II. "Buck" Mcllargue, a notorious character, wj killed by the son of Policeman Abe Trent after Mcflague had shot the o!It :er five times while resisting arrest Policeman Trent is in a serious con dition- Fatal Fight. Gloustor, O., Aug. 11 While in a flj'ht outside of Gibb's sakx n, near here, Leslie Briekner brutally assaa!' ed William Lawson, cutting him v .e a long knife deep in the stomach ::. abdomen. Lawson is in a critical cm -lit ion. Killed Postmaster, Robbed Office. I.ibnu, Russia, An1,. 11. '!'!:- post master here was killed and robb.-d oi 114,000. WM.AVAKIMG Pfiimhor Inn P,nc irlf tor IUHIUII ilU VJllO I Hill " t Jicvrffihnd S'int'ries Phone 14 406 Main St. II & I r, Wig 9 ft VJ V W jtft V rfS Tur ncTcn inuMOUfi on inc rcicn juniyrun uu. t FOR GASOLUfE STOVESS 0 a Awn Mk nnniK 000000000000 LEMONS ! 0 v 0 cents per bushe 0 0 0 a lbbU. Upvh evenings. OneLine or5 T J tnJU' i i if U ecejved by Phone. i We Will Take Your Want Ads and Collect Later. WAS -WRECKED AT CURVE M0N0N HAS DISASTER Ten Persons Injured, But No Passen gers Lost Their Lives Train Was Speeding 60 Miles an Hour, Publishers' Prc-3? Rensselaer. 1ml., A us;. 11. The Mo nou fat mail train, No. ;;o, nortl: iiound, while runnin; sixty miies an hour to make up for lost time, was wrecked at a carve here today. The train was in charge of conductor .Ma son of Chicago, and Kti'-rineer Frank Miller, of Indianapolis. .No permm wa:.'kiiKl. The li;St.i o injui ed in cludes the foilowin;: '. II. Overman, Cincitiiiati; hea.l and bade injured. S. Meadows, member Iudianapo'r-. fire d-pa;-Ui)i-nt ; eat on head. William Halloran, Cincinnati ; Lack and arms injuitd. 15. II. Cook, head mail clerk. Car. n,el, Ind.; ( ;ir cut, back wrenched. W. M. Coey, brakeman, Francis ville: cut on knee and face. (5. W. Kldren. Green I Jay, Wis.; ..d and face' cut. Mrs. Gourde Moriran, ." 7 is Monroe venue, Chicago; lett side of lack in ' .ii id. .1. M. Giddin-, Duluth, Minn.; left . -; bruised and ear cut. A. J. Anderson, bruised on face and ody. II. F. Sehwnbi:;, H:M St. Lawrence ivenue, Clica.i;o, liiiit let; injured. David l'thion, Cincinnati, right 1-g .sjnaiued. L. F. Martin, 11 West. New York street, Indianapolis; right ley slightly bruised. Work of Negro Burglar. Camden, N. .1., A us. 11. A posse headed by Sheriff Wilson is searching for a negro burglar who attacked Gra connio Migin, an Italian farmer, in his home near Woodbury, about six miles from here, and criminally assaulted Magia's wife, after compelling her to give him all their savings, amounting to $107. Magie was beaten into insen sibility by the negro, and is dying aC a hospital h re. iris wife is in a crit ical condition at their home. Mrs. Devlin's Claim Rejected. Topeka, Kan., Aug. 11. The claim of Mrs. C. .1. Devlin against the estate of the late C. J. Devlin for the sum of $01.'0,t;f)l was not a i lowed by N. H. Loom is, special referee in bankruptcy. The amount of the claim is the equiva lent of the life insurauce turned over by C. J. Devlin with the consent of Mrs. Devlin, hene.'iciai-y, to the re ceiver of the First National bunk as collateral security. Drank Carbolic Acid. Lorain, O., Aug. 11. Because he saw his wife in the company of an other man, William Hardman, a col ored porter? committed suicide by drinking an ounce of carbolic ucid. His wife left him Thursday. TO THE POINT Toledo ice trust and the railroads alleged to be back of it will be in vestigated by the federal authorities. William Henry Hicks Bond was hanged in the Idaho penitentiary foi the murder of Charles Daly in Boisa Oct. 5, 1901. Persian minister at Washington re eeivfd' official notification that the Persian government, issued a decree granting the people a national assem bly. Dr. Julies Dreber of Selwood, S. C, former president of Roanoke college, Salem, Va., was named as United States consul at Tapiti, Society is Imds. Beth Want Alimony. Canton, )., Aug. 11. Ernest Can non, a rubber worker, has been sued for alimony by his second wife. He s now paying a weekly stipend to his first wife. He is only 24 years of age ind told the court that he makes only S.S.fiO a month Either Phone PRESIDENT'S TRIP TO THE ISTHMUS First Venture of an Executive Without the Bounds of Na tive Heath. INTEREST IN THE EVENT ABSENCE WILL GIVE MEN WHO COVET PRESIDENCY OPPORTUN ITY TO GET IN THE PU2LIC EYE TEMPORARILY. fPubl'-TS PressJ Washington, Aug. 11. Now that President Amador of Panama has been officially informed that President Roosevelt is to visit the canal .one in November, a perfectly natural question may well arise as to how much politics there is in the trip. For instance, down in Mexico, Presi dent Diaz, who dominates hisvhole country even more strongly than Mr. Roosevelt does this, and who is plan ning, as is our President, to sten down J and? on from the Presidency once j for all, has a way of making more or less distant visits in order that it may s observed how the country gets j along without him, and what points j needs especial attention. It is a good ; plan, and one calculated to continue ! his policy even w hen lie is no longer j President, and although no one belie I ves that President Roosevelt will vis it the canal primarily for any reason except the good of the work, the fact stil! remains that his trip will be made at a psychological moment well calculated to give a hint of what may be expected later. Elections will be over, so that pre dictions may be made in the light of their results, and if there be a nat ural political successor to the present executive, he will have a good chance to prove himself by applying himself to the tost of the bow of Ulysses that is, the wielding of the big stick. As a chance to diagnose the quality of : would-be successors in his party, as well as to develop strategic weakness es to be strengthened, the President's trip may not be without its political significance. llr.ui i'AiiAGRv-vFIiS. A small boy is always busy looking for something appalling that he may imitate it. In imagination wc all star in dramas of our ow n production. I "lT 'A TOO (rUOiA When a man has a good opinion of irJmself his satisfaction is so sublime tLat it should be put in a frame. Superstition is inherited prejudice. A thorough tauuing is guaranteed to remove freckles. Writing home for money is a special branch of the art of letter writing. Your physician's concern for your health is apt to be commensurate with the depth of your purse. Earning money and acquiring money aren't necessarily synonymous. People who can't acquire a habit don't amount to much. The simple life isn't related to the eimnleton. ConcrmlnK Taste. "There's no accounting for tastes. Now, iron is good for some folks' blood," remarked the worm, as the angler stuck the hook in him, "but I know it will be the death of me." And yet the fish that got the iron a little later was simply carried away with it. Bohemian Magazine. Proof Positive. "Pretty? Oh, yes, rather; but she has uo mind of her own." "What makes you say tlfat?" "Why, just see how long she can keep a cook." Philadelphia North American. Hard to Please. Mrs. Phatte Oh, now you've come I do hope you'll stay to lunch and let your husband call for you. What does he like best for lunch? Mrs. Yonge Anything' that we haven't got on the table, as a general rule. Time's Changes. "Pop:" "Yes, my son." "What is a brunette?" "Why, a brunette," my boy, is a wom an who becomes tired of being a blond." Yonkers Statesman. (rrtlr'S ) Art 6 - lib Two Hoosier Bridegrooms Who Are in Serious Trouble I Pu b I i ch Ires' South Bend. Ind.. Aug., 11. Dr. Lloyd Swinehart ,the young South Bend dentist who secretly married Miss Kmma Fickweiler, of Laporte, at St. Joseph, Mich., last Sunday, is want ed by the police of South Bend on charges of forgery and embezzlement, warrants for the arrest of the young man on the latter charge having been filed. The charge of forgery was made s-.ime time ago. and Swinehart. who posed to the young woman as a man of wealth, ;tf the time of his arraign tiKnt did not have enough money to put up a bond, and it was not until after he had passed several days in jail that he was able to secure his liberty. The amount of Swinehart's speculations has not been made known. STATE FAIR AND G, A. B. CONTENTION HAS ARISEN Change in Date of Soldiers Day at the Fair Causes Much Confusion and the War Veterans Are up in Arms in Consequence of Action. ! The State Fair and the G. A. It. of i i Indiana are at loggerheads over the date set for the (I. A. II. day during jthe Fair. It has been the custom I for the State Hoard of Agriculture to i j designate the first day of the Fair l each year as the day for entertaining the Grand Army veterans. Hereto fore the Fair has opened on Tuesday and G. A. It .day was therefore. Tues day. Hut this year the State Board of Agriculture decided to make a five day Fair and open Monday. Several weeks ago an announcement was printed in t he papers to t his effect and it was st;tted that some of the interur ban roads leading into Indiana pidis had agreed to make half-fare rate for old soldiers and children who desired to come to this city for that event. The old soldiers kill two birds with one stone dining Fair week, as they not only attend the Fair, but they also hold regimental reunions Wednesday. This year these reunions were an nounced for Wednesday, this arrange ment having been made before the State Hoard of Agriculture tnounced that G. A. It. -day at the State Fair would be changed. GOfViPERS Denounces the Deeds of the Panama Canal Commission. Washington, Aug. 11. Samuel Gom pers, president of the American Fed eration of Labor, issued a statement concerning the action of the isthmian canal commission in deciding to intro duce Chine coolie labor to the work of const: acting the canal across the isthmus of Panama. The statement is as follows: "It seems that those in charge of the Panama canal construc tion have regard for neither law nor principle. First, the 8-hour law is an nulled in the greatest public work ever undertaken by the government, under the pretense that conditions there are different than they are in the United States. If eight hours' work is regarded as sufficient in the comparatively temperate zone of the United States, certainly 10, 11 and even more hours of labor a day in the pestilential and miasmatic at mosphere of the Panama rone are not only improper, but outrageous and brutal. The existing law excludes Chinese laborers and coolies from the United States or any of its posses sions. The Panama canal zone is an American possession, and it is as much a violation of the law to bring Chinese coolies there as it is in other portions of our country." 'sultan ill" German Surgeon Summoned to Per form an Operation. Constantinople, Aug. 11. The sul tan, who has been ill for three weeks, was unable to attend the selamlik. This circumstance is unprecedented, the sultan never having failed to per form the Friday prayers during the 30 years of his reign. Up to the last moment he hoped that his condition would allow him to proceed to the mosque, and the guard was on its way to tiie palace, when it was ordered to return to its barracks. It is said the inability of the sultan to attend the selamlik was due to the extreme pain fulness of the trouble from which he is suffering, and not to the fact that his condition is grave. Professor Berg mann, the famous German surgeon, was summoned to attend him, and it is presumed that an operation has been necessary. Premier In Bad Light. St. Petersburg, Aug. 11. The revel aations made in open letters by Count Heyden, Prince Nicholas Lvoff and M. Shipoff regarding the cause of the breakdown of the negotiations looking to their entering the cabinet place Premier Stolypin In a rather bad light. The letters show that the government utterly refused to yield anything in the matter of principle, and only tried to give the cabinet an appearance of liberality by taking in two nublic men. Miners Crushed. Bridgeport, O., Aug. 11. A mine car loaded with men going into the Stand ard mine jumped the track and knock ed the roof support out, letting the heavy timbers fall on the men. Four were badly hurt and two will die. The fatally injured are: Jerry Brubecker of Bridgeport and John Smerkle of Martins Ferry, O. When the workmen had been dug out and taken to a place of safety the whole roof of the miae fell in. Publishers' Press Kokomo, Ind., Aug., 11. Mrs. Anna Vaughn, of this city, has left for Chi cago with her three children and her marriage certificate to confront her husband. Edward Vaughn, a traveling salesman, under arrest there on a charge of bigamy. They were married here 11 years ago. Vaughn began to lead a gay life, it is alleged, and was entangled in an elopement, but Mrs. Vaughn forgave him. Two years ago the family mov ed to Indianapolis, Vaughn having tak en employment as a commercial trav eler with a concern in that city. It is alleged that Vaughn married Miss Carrie Perdue in Chicago yester day ,anu on the charge of bigamy the police arrested him promptly. A MlSSIOfl CONFERENCE THE DATE IS NOT FIXED Probable, However, that Sessions of the Friends Missionary Workers Will be Held Immediately Follow ing the Close of Yearly Meeting. The exact date for the Richmond session of the leaders in foreign mis sion work of the American Friends, has not been fjced, though it is ex pected that about the middle of Octo ber will be the time, following the sessions of the Indiana Yearly Meet ing of Friends. This will he one of the most im portant religious gatherings which Richmond has had for a long period. A closer administrative union in for eign mission work is sought by the American Friends and various plans and suggestions will come up for con sideration. The conference, however, will be advisory only. Be sure that your own lid tits tight before you ask your neighbor to put his on. Neither do heiresses like to have the date put upon the label. Psalm of Summer. Tell me not in tones that rumbla Love la but an empty dream; Hub your eyes a.nd take a tumble In tho peaobea and the cream. Love Is real, love is earnest. If it isn't JuPt in fun. When the tickle lady turnest To the geeser with more mon. Trust no lady, howe'er pleasant. When the aummer time is here; She'll not bo your Christmas present At this season of the year. In the world's broad field of battle, In the p;izzllnff game of love. If you make the money rattle She will be your turtledove. She will be your tootsio wootale Till your money Ib run through. After that her dainty bootsie Murmurs something like "Sklddoo!" A Test. 0Hr "Is your husband a brave man?" "Sure, he rends the papers and eats meat three times a day." The Unhappy Richi No greater misfortune can befall a young man than to Inherit a million dollars without having enough brains stored away in the bony part of his head to serve as a check on the check book. We have lately had an object lesson reaching all the way from Pittsburg to New York, and it Is enough to make every young man throw away his mon ey, particularly if he hasn't any. What a blessing it Is to the youth who inherits only health, a good diges tion and possibly a shovel. If he earns his money by bard knocks or gets It by marrying an heiress he will know its value and will realize that there are other ways for a young man to be happy besides wrecking his constitu tion and shooting holes in the moral law. Let us be thankful we were born poor if we were, for then no expert will ever earn a large fee proving that we are insane. She Could Hear It "What are the wild waves Baying?" He whispered In her ear. "It stms to me," she answered low. With eyes downcast and cheeks aglow, "They murmur in their playing, 'You Jay, get up and clear!' " Hadn't Any Mind. ' "I never lose my presence of mind," boasted young Softy. "No, I should say not It is very ob vious that you don't," murmured Miss Caustique. Wrathy. That woman seems "to be tearing mad." "Yes; she Is ripping off a piece of her mind to hand to her husband." Can Keep Them Going. "We can't turn back the wheels of tiro. As you have doubtless read. But we can always wind our watch Before we go to bed. Of Course. "Are these good scales?" "Depends upon, whether nti 'K&itfci bay or sell by them." JV T T?J (J0 mi Oil t? HAND BOOK ISSUED BY Carl Reddick, Secretary of State Committee Puts in Good Licks. COPIES RECEIVED HERE THE ORGANIZATION OF THE PAR TY AND ITS WORK IS TOUCH ED UPON MUCH INFORMA TION OF VALUE. Richmond people yesterday receiv ed the first conies of the Republican "handbook." the work of Carl W. Reddick. secretary of the Republican j State Committee. The oook has 2 KS pages, is printed on good paper in good sized type, ami contains. in brief, about all there is to know in a statistical, political way about 'he State. The contents are divided into live general parts: The first dealing with the Republican organization, j which includes the names and ad , dresses of all members of the State ! and county committees, members ol the press bureau, officers of the Re publican Editorial Association and the Lincoln League, and a list of tho Republican newspapers and editors of the State. The second part deals with the na tion and includes members of the Cabinet. Indiana members of Con gress, biographical sketches, their committee assignments; the vote for Congressmen at the last elect bin, all of the congressional nominees at that election, and the roll of the United States Senators from this State. The third part, dealing -Iih the State, includes a roster of the State officers, showing when their terms expire; candidates for state office, State platform, vote cast at last elec tion of each candidate for State of fice, vote by counties for presidential elector and Governor, delegate vote of county and plurality of each coun ty. The fourth part deals with the leg islature; members of the last Legis lature, hold-over Senators, districts that will elect this year and the poli tical complexion of the last session. The fifth part of the handbook con tains general ioMtlcal Information that could not well be classified. This includes the election law and voting qualifications in the State, 'popula tion of tho State by counties, pay ments made on the State debt, list of State benevolent and penal institu tions, naturalization and other laws of interest to politicians. AGAINST CASTRO Venezuelan General In New York Planning a Revolution. New York, Aug. 11. General An tonio Paredes, who has earned a repu tation in Venezuela as a valiant and able military leader, has Just, arrived in this city from Trinidad to t plan a revolution agalnBt President Castro, "I came here solely on that mlseion," Raid the general, "and I am sanguine of its success. I shall not return. un til I have accomplished the purpose of my visit." The man who hopes to overthrow Preuident Castro has a large following In Venezuela. Ho vai military chief under President An drade, when Castro deposed the latter, and was the last of Andrade'a army chiefs to capitulate to the new presi dent. "I am here to obtain arms and ammunition," said General Paredes, "and I fell confident of getting them." Suit Dismissed. Trenton, N. J., Aug 11. Vice Chan cellor Stevens filed in the court of chancery an' opinion dismissing tho suit of Harry C. Harklns against Thomas F. Ryan for an accounting and a share of the profits in organiz ing the United Lead company, a $15 000,000 corporation. Mr. Harklnr claims that the plan of consolidating about 22 lead plants originated with him. The court, in Its opinion, doubta if Mr. Harkins had any property right in his plan of consolidation. The court holds if he had a property right his remedy Is a suit at law for dam ages. At Mercy of Baitdlta. Warsaw, Aug. 11. An lncredibla state of affairs reigns at Warsaw and Lodz. The inhabitants are at the met cy of bandits, anarchists and terror ists. Murders and robberies, reports of which are not published, occur daily. The authorities apparently are powerless. At Lodz six anarchists at tacked a German factory owner and his clerk who were returning from the bank, shot and killed both and de camped with $700. Forced to Resign. Rio de Janeiro, Aug. 11. The re volted police at Aracaju, capital of the state of Sergipe, have compelled tho governor and vice governor to resign, leaving the state government in the hands of the presiding judge of the state supreme court. The incident is classed as being a natural outcome a" the Matto G rosso revolt. Taft's Western Tour. Washington, Aug. 11. Secretarj Taft, accompanied by Brigadier Gen eral Bell, chief of staff, will make a tour of inspection in the middle west in the autumn for the purpose of studjing brigade posts and the changes necessary to assemble troops in larger posts, thus doing away with minor forts. Temporarily Deranged. Marietta, O., Aug. , 11. It develops Estella Bloomingdale of this city, who jumped from a train near Cincinnati, has suffered from nervous disorder for weeks, and is supposed to be tempor arily deranged. She Is a woman of high character and of spotless reputation. REPUBLICANS