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The Richmond PaHSlfum, Thursday, Sept." 6, "1906.
rage Four. THE RICHMOND PALLADIUM Palladium Printing Co., Publisher. Masonic Building, North 9th and A Streets. Entered at Richmond Postoffice as second class matter. Weekly Established 1831. Oaily Established 1876. T i TERMS OF SUBSCP.1PT10N Sy Mall In Advance. Dally, one year Dally, six months Dally, three months, Daily, one month. .. , ?3.00 1.50 .75 .25 $4.00 Daily and Sunday, per year,... The PALLADIUM will t found et the following places; Palladium Office. Westcott HoteL Arlington Hotel. Union News Company Depot 3ates Cigar Store, West Main. The Empire Cigar Store. BY- CARRIER, 7 CENTS A WEEK. Persona fishing to take the PALLA DIUM by carrier may order by postal or telephone either 'phone No. ,21. When delivery Is Irregular kindly make complaint. UNIONS THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 6, 1906. TO REPUBLICANS: ' We are anxious to have every Republican in close touch, and work bg in harmony with the Republican National Congressional Committee in tavorof the election of a Republican Congress. The Congressional campaign must be based on the administrative and legislative record of the party, and, that being ( to, Theodore Roosevelt's personality must be a central figure and his achievements a central thought in the campaign. We desire to maintain the work of this campaign with popular subscrip tions of One Dollar each from Repub licans. To each subscriber we will tend the Republican National Cam oaign Text Book and all documents, ssued by the Committee. Help us achieve a great victory. James S. Sherman, Chairman. P O. Box so6-. New York. CENTERVILLE. Centerville, Sept. 5, (Spl.) Mr. tnd Mrs. Thomas Clevenger attended the Clevenger family reunion held at Muncio at the fair grounds on Sun day. Prof. Charles B. Austin of Bloom Ington, Ind., came Saturday to be the guest for several days of Mrs. L. K. Hill and family. Miss Lillian Baker of Dublin is vis iting Miss Myrtle Appleton and other friends in Centerville. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Clark and daughter Catherine, of Indianapolis, returned home Monday evening after a brief visit to Mr. and Mrs. Harry Johnston. Mrs. Charles Dynes and her son Leslie of Albuqurque. New Mexico, and Mrs. John F. Dynes and daughter Miss Eva were entertained at dinner on Monday by Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Dynes, southwest of Centerville. Miss Mary Jackson and Miss Edna Jackson and Mr. Jacob Myers attend ed the camp meeting at Lynn on Sun day. Mr. and Mrs. William Harvey have moved from Webster into part of Jno. Fleet's residence on Main Cross St. Albertus Horner spent Monday in Knightstown as the guest of his bro ther Murbin Horner. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Henby and their little daughter of Dublin were guests on Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Teas. The Rev. E. B. Westhafer . will make a few days visit this week with relatives at Germantown, O. Mrs. George Robey of Cambridge City, spent Monday with her mother Mrs. James W.Nichols. Mrs. John W. Morgan and her son Austin, were entertained on Sunday by Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Tice at su rer Point. The new concrete steps at the en xance of the Christian church are :ompleted. FOUNTAIN CITY. Fountain City, Sept. 5, (Spl.) Mrs. Amy Carroll of Richmond has bought the farm known as the Geo. Pitts farm southwest of Fountain City. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Elliott of Rich mond and .-Mr. and Mrs. Charles Ar nett is attending the Portland fair this week and visiting friends. Mrs. Will Lacy of Indianapolis is here visiting M. M. Lacy and family. Irvan Haisley of Spiceland has been visiting cvsh Chenoweth and Rife and relatives. Mrs. Purley Arnett who has been on the sick list Is better at present. Mr. and Mrs. Ikenberry and daugh ter of Camden. O., who has been vis iting here visiting here with Josh Chenoweth and family and Tom Jes sup and family have returned home. Sol Boren and family of Buffalo, N. Y., are here, their daughter and bm2EEL family will occupy their beautiful home after it Is remodeled while Sol Boren and wife will- return to Buffalo for a few months longer. Sue Smith and daughters Sallie and Mildred have left for Farmland where Sallie will teach school the coming winter. Ida Strang and family have moved into their new house west of town. Mrs. Amy Carroll and daughter of Richmond spent Monday with Mr and Mrs. Orlie Hinshaw. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Cranor attend ed the camp meeting at Lynn Sun day. Miss White of near Spiceland gave an interestinng talk last Sunday ev ening at the Endeavor, at New Gar den. JACKS0NBURG. -Jacksonburg, Sept. 5, (Spl.) Jas Underwood has moved in his prop erty he recently purchased of Step hen Shiebla. Chester Bollinger and Lonnle Maudlin of Elwood are the guests of John Maudlin and wife. Alice - Pitts and children have re turned home after a pleasant- visit with relatives and friends. Mrs. Thomas Cocoran and daugh ter Tessie. of Glen Dale. O., are the guests of John Connell and family. Several from this place attended the soldiers' reunion at Jackson Park last Thursday. Venton Gilbert and wife entertain ed Mr. and Mrs. Ray Odom and son Reynolds and. Mr. and Mrs. Milton Huffman and daughter Thelma at dinner Sunday. NEW PARIS. New Paris, O., Sept. 5. (Spl.) Miss Gertrude Harrlgan of Camden, who has been visiting Miss Dorothy Kirk Patrick, has returned home, . Mr. and Mrs. Bell of Richmond vis ited Mr. and Mrs. Adam Louke this week. Mr. Lee Thurston, who has been on a two weeks vacation, returned to his work Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Wolford, who have been visiting their parents here and at Westville, left Wednesday for their home at Southland, Arkansas. Mr. and Mrs. Wolford have charge of an Institution of learning for col ored people. Rev. Clarence Grancer has been ap pointed to succeer Rev. Hershey as pastor at the Methodist parish New Paris, Gettysburg and New Hope. Rev. Hershey and family leave shortly for Venice. There was also a change in the presiding elder for this district, the Rev. R. O. Royar sue ceeeding Rev. Heber Ketchem. Mr. Wilson Langley of the National Cash Register Company, Dayton, spent Sunday here, visiting Richard Danley and family. Miss Carrie Whitaker and Mrs Ora Whitaker attended the Methodist Conference at Eaton Sunday.. Frank Kemp and family are mov ing Into Mrs. Miller's house on Wash ington street. Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Richards spent Monday at their farm home near Hol- Iandsburg. 'Phone or write a card to the Palla um of the little piece of news your neighbor told you and get your name n the news "tip" contest for tnis week. GREENSF0RK. Greensfork, Sept. 5. (Spl.) Mrs. John Retts who has been sick with neuralgia is improving. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Stephens and daughter, Maude, visited relatives and friends in Williamsburg Sunday. Vence Newman went to the mill Saturday. Catey, Stephens and Davl3 are building a seven room house for John Roller. . GREENSFORK. f Greensfork, Sept. 5, (Spl.) Mrs. Fred Cain has returned from a short visit In Indianapolis. Mr. and Mrs. Ben Rodgers and sons have returned to Knox, Ind., af ter a few week's visit with her moth er, Mrs. R. Foster. Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Bradway have returned to Indianapolis after a visit with Mr. and Mrs. Ed. Hatfield. V. T. Davl3 is spending the week in Chicago. Mis3 Leota Lawrence attended the millinery opening In Indianapolis last week. Harry Hatfield is spending his va cation at home. Misses Margaret and Alice Sharp are spending the week with relatives in Richmond. Miss Lucile Jones has returned from a visit in Elwood. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Gunckel re turned Monday from a visit In Mun cie. A number from here attended the Bond reunion at Jackson Park Tues day. Miss Chariot y Lewis of Dayton is the guest of hefr sister, Mrs. Albert Klenzle. I Mr. and Mrs John Frnsberger have returned fromra trip to Niagara Falls. The Palladium gives a dollar each week for the! best piece of news "tip ped off' to Chickamaugf Reunion from Inolana Leaves Indianapolis 7:10 p. m.. Sep tember 17tfi, over Pennsylvania Lines via ibuisvjlle and Nashville, and Nashylle, Chattanooga & St Louis Railwiys. over the '"Route to the froftl inl'61." Get details about fares, ere., Jrom Pennsylvania Lines agents, orjjldress W. W. Richardson, Assistant General Passenger . Agent, 4S Washington street, Indianapolis, eod to Sept. 15. LOST Saturday on the 6:30 interur ban to Cedar Springs Hotel, a white mother of pearl fan, valued as a gift. Finder return to Palladium office and receive a reward of $10. 4-tL PALLADIUM'S VOTING CONTEST HOW THE The Total Vote, as Compiled Tuesday, Sept. 4, the end of the fifth week. Richmond Grove of Druids 60,931 Triumph Lodge, K. of P 57,272 Richmond Lodge of Elks (withdrawn) 20,068 Hokendauqua Tribe Red Men 13,827 Eden Lodge, D. of R. (I. 0. 0. F.) .... 13,004 Knights of Columbus 9,729 Modern Woodmen 3,078 Sol Meredith Post, G. A. R 30 G. 0. P 29 Ancient Order Hibernians ... -" 10 Richmond Lodge of Masons 10 Richmond Country Club 7 Eagles 4 CONDITIONS OF CONTEST.' FIRST PRI2E-To the secret or fraternal organization In Richmond or In any town in Wayne County, which shall receive the largest number of votes during the period of this contest, a STARR PIANO with ME CHANICAL PLAYER ATTACHMENT, built within the piano, will be given absolutely free. The cost of this instrument is $850. SECOND PRIZE To the secret or fraternal organization in Richmond or In any town in Wayne County which shall receive the second largest number of votes, a beautiful lodge altar with elegantly leather bound Bible, valued at $75, will be given absolutely free. THIRD PRIZE To the member of any men's secret or fraternal organi zation In Richmond or Wayne County who shall procure the greatest number of votes for his lodge, a solitaire diamond ring, costing $75 will be given absolutely free. FOURTH PRIZE To the lady who Is a member of any woman's secret or fraternal organization in Richmond or Wayne County who shall pro cure the largest number of votes for her lodge, a solitaire diamond ring will be given absolutely free. HOW VOTING WILL BE CONDUCTED. The contest is free for all. Everybody, can vote without the expendi ture of a single penny. Each day a coupon will appear In the Palladium on page 4. Fill in the coupon today as a starter, with the- name of the secret or fraternal organization and its location. Mail or bring the coupon to the Palladium office, North Ninth and A streets and the vote will be counted as directed The expiration date of each coupon will appear on the face each day.. For instance the coupon ap pearing today will not be good after September 11th. Bear this in mind. Paid in advance subscriptions to the Palladium will entitle such sub scribers to special voting privileges in order to assist the lodge of his choice and this will be the method employed: Certificates will be issued with receipts for subscriptions paid In ad vance. THE PAYMENT OF CI WILL BRING THE PALLADIUM TO YOUR DOOR BY CARRIER SEVEN DAYS IN THE WEEK FOR FIFTEEN WEEKS AND WILL ENTITLE YOU TO 600 VOTES FOR THE LODGE OF YOUR CHOICE. THE PAYMENT OF $1.80 WILL BRING YOU THE PALLADIUM EV ERY DAY IN THE WEEK FOR ONE HALF YEAR, SIX MONTHS, AND WILL ENTITLE YOU TO 1,200 VOTES FOR THE LODGE OF YOUR CHOICE. THE PAYMENT OF $3.50 WILL BRING YOU THE PALLADIUM EV ERY DAY IN THE WEEK FOR A SOLID YEAR AND WILL ENTITLE YOU TO 2,500 VOTES FOR THE LODGE OF YOUR CHOICE. ALL ORGANIZATIONS ELIGIBLE. Every lodge organization of any description, in Richmond or Wayne County is eligible. Masons, Odd Fellows, Elks, Knights of Pythias, Knights of Columbus, Red Men, Knights and Ladies of Honor, the Druids, the Eagles, Ladies of the Macabees, Rathbone Sisters, Daughters of Re bekah, Daughters of Pochahontas, Modern Woodmen,. Sons of Veterans, Grand Army, the W. R. C. the Ladies of the G. A. R., Ancient Order of Hi bernians, Ladies' Auxiliary of Hibernians, Catholic Knights of America, St. Joseph's Benevolent Society, Travelers' Protective Association, Women's Catholic Order of Foresters, and In fact any and all other societies of like nature are invited to enter the contest. Clip the Ballots. Clip tne ballot below, fill it in properly and send or bring U to the Pal ladium not later than September 11th The Contest will run until Nov. 15th This Ballot NOT GOOD AFTER SEPT. 11th PALLADIUM VOTING CONTEST ONE VOTE COUPON For the Most Popular Lodge in Richmond or Wayne County, this ballot Is cast for vOa tats Uae write plainly name of or. (On this Uae write location of lodge) Car"lr boys are not permitted to reelv ballots from their patrons. Pill in the ballot, mall, or bring H to the Palladium offlce before the expiration of above date, otherwise It cannot be consHemd. A new ballot will appear In the Palladium dally. Supt. Mott's Statement Spent for Permanent Supt. T. A. Mott has prepared an Richmond public schools for the past B. Nusbaum, treasurer of the school a larger expenditure of money last year was due to the number of permanent the Starr school, heating plants at the pianos, desks and the like, made a total teachers' pay roll caused by the law larger than ever before. It will be been a slight increase in the pay of teresting to note that nearly five-sixths is raised by local taxation and one-sixth $36,045.69 on hand will just about cover till January. The statement in full RECEIPTS. Money in hands of treasurer, Aug 1, Received from local taxation during year, $74Q12 12 Received from state funds during year.. Miscellaneous receipts during year .... Total receipts during year .. .............. ,. . Total receipts on hand .. EXPENDITURES. Paid Superintendent and teachers... Permanent improvements to buildings...... .. Permanent school apparatus .. Janitors' payrolls, ... ........... Supplies, kindergarten department , Supplies, manual training department.. ... ... Supplies, art department ... Supplies, music department .. ... ... Light and power Fuel General supplies, repairs, labor, etc Total sum paid out during year ....... Amount on hand August 1, 1906 . .. . On hand and expended .. .......... . m - VOTE STANDS. lodge yoa rote (or) Shows Much Money School Improvements itemized financial statement of the year, taken from the report of Lee board. The report shows that there was than for most previous years. This improvements made. An addition to Findley and Starr buildings and new expenditure of $17,175.00. The increasing teachers' salaries, was even bigger next year as there has nine - tenths of the teachers. It is in of the money for school purposes comes out of the state fund. The the running expenses of the schools is as follows: 1905, . . 5 43,152 24 . . tSjQ33 67 ... ... .... 2,757 68 $ 91,803 47 $134,955 71 ,.$63,026 75 ,,13,u71 00 . 3,504 00 . 5,761 63 . 149 39 567 56 386 86 . 164 51 539 03 . 460 56 . 6,278 73 .. ... .., ,. .. ... $ 98,910 02 $ 36,045 69 $134,955 71 CAMBRIDGE CITY. Cambridge City, Sept. 5, (Spl.) Chas. Loeb was transacting business in Liberty. Ind.. today. Mrs. F. C. Moshbaugh and son Rob ert and Mrs. Ajier attended the fair at Connersville, Tuesday afternoon." . Chas. Lackey was in Indianapolis on business today. Perry Freeman of Richmond was in the city today. Judge Al Study of Richmond was the guest of his brother Dr. J. N. Study and family, at their home on West Main street today. 'Mr. J. TT. Potter,' of Indianapolis, who has been the guest of his daugh ter Mrs. Elmer Beeson for the past week, is visiting relatives in Conners ville this week. Mat Shew was in Muncie on busi ness today. Mr. and Mrs. Byron Stratton, Mr. and Mrs. D. C. Hollowel. Mrs. Rose Ulerich, and Mrs. Enoch Higaley of this city attended the Broush reunion at ackson Park today. TO THE POINT Telegraphic News Boiled Down and ( r :I Bunched, For Convenience. ... Robert n Cotton, negro, - hanged -- at Vinita. I. T., for wife murder. Albert Tissandier, 67, the famous French aeronaut, died in Paris. Governor Harris reappointed M. D. Ratchford commissioner of labor sta tistics of Ohio. Harry Kelly, 35, glass worker, and Nellie Diebolt, 19, of Newark, O., drowned in Buckeye lake. Mrs. Caroline Stubenrauch, 64, kill ed by streetcar at Columbus, O., when she tried to cross the tracks. Hoke Smith unanimously nominat ed by. George. Democrats for governor. Bryan Indorsed for president. Calwa winery of California Wine association near Fresno, Cal., destroy ed by fire caused by explosion. Loss 5300,000. Interurban cars collided near Charleston, 111. Alfred Roberts, mo torman, and Miss Julia Trim Die of Charleston, fatally injured. Addicks Makes a Deal. Dover, Del., Sept. 5. The renomlna tion of Congressman Hiram R. Burton by the Republican state convention was practically settled prior to the assembling of the convention at a conference between Congressman Burton and J. Edward Addicks. The latter opposed Burton's renomination and declared that if the state conven tion renominated him he would take the field as an independent candidate for the purpose of defeating him. After the conference Addicks said he withdrew his opposition to Burton In consideration of Burton's promise to aid him in his fight to succeed United States Senator Allee, whose term ex pires next March. The convention was named the "Joint Harmony Con vention" and is the first in which both regular and union Republicans par ticipated in Delaware for several years. Vermont Election. Rutland, Vt., Sept. 5. Complete re turns of the state election show that Fletcher D. Proctor, Republican ca didate for governor, was elected by 15,676 over Percival W. Clement, in dependent Democrat. The vote: Proc tor 42,150, Clement 26,474; scattering 1,000., Proctor is a son of Senator Proctor. For congressman, David J. Foster of Burlington, and Kittredge Haskins of Brattleboro, Republicans, were elected by majorities greater than they received two years ago. The lower branch of the legislature is overwhelmingly Republican, and all the members of the senate belong to that party.. . The Republicans elected their entire state ticket by plurali ties approaching that of Proctor. Died Suddenly. Darby, Conn., Sept. 5. Judge David Torrence, chief justice of the state supreme1 court,', died; here 'of 'heart trouble. 7 Bears the (Signature of ThB Kind You Ha3 Always Boagtt 7 J - r Bhears Then g Disappointment Jaana n . . Don't troy a cheap shear it VV ( M is false economy. Bi I I I T M BuyaWISS SHEAR a fully enaran- J I I ' II i teed catting tool acknowledge! the 11 f 1 II M best by cutlery men for more tar a halt m I f m 'If" VThey" will oat-last any other ahear. B I y ill m In many homes the same pair of f . I I I A W1SS SHEARS or Scissors has f ) I I I I I been hi ase since Grandma waa mi - I I I I CcJy Ut jpJ u LL. LLa- LI u U t ' mm 7 WANT MT DELAYm RETURN Chicago Authorities Urge the Government to Get Stens land Back in America. DEPENDS ON THE SULTAN IT MAY BE NECESSARY TO CHAR TER A VESSEL TO BRING RUNA WAY PRESIDENT TO THIS COUNTRY. Publishers Pressl Chicago, Sept. 5. State's Attorney Healy received & message from As sistant Attorney Olson who is in Tan gier, Morocco, with Paul Q. Stensland, the fugitive banker., asking that he and James. Keely; managing editor of the Chicago Tribune, who ordered the arrest of Stensland, be appointed to bring the prisoner back to this country. After receiving the telegram, an as sistant state's attorney wired Gover nor Deneen at Springfield and the governor made a written request to President Roosevelt that Olson and Keely be delegated to bring Stensland back to the United States. No warships of the United States will pass Morocco for at least 50 days, and If Olson and Keely are delegated by the president they will either place Stensland on a vessel coming to the United States or they will charter one for the purpose. A messenger left Chicago for Wash ington with the extradition papers asking for Stensland. The messenger will continue to Morocco with the papers if the state department can not induce the sultan to surrender Stensland. Will Give Up Stensland. Washington, Sept. 5. The Moorish authorities will interpose no objection to the removal to the United States of Paul O. Stensland, president of the Milwaukee Avenue State bank of Chi cago. A dispatch to this effect was received at the state department from Minister Gummere at Tangier. The dispatch added that Stensland Is a prisoner in the United States legation there. Llttaur at Sagamore Hill. Oyster Bay, Sept. 5. Congressman Lucius N. Littaur of Gloversville, N. Y., was a guest of President Roose velt at Sagamore Hill. Littauer said he was complying with a request of the president, made three weeks ago, to lunch with him. He said that New York and congressional politics was the subject of discussion at the luncheon. Burton In Columbus. Columbus, Sept. 5. Theodore E. Burton, the Cleveland congressman, came here Wednesday for a confer ence with H. M. Daugherty and other prominent Republicans. He called on Governor Harris at the state house. He returned to Cleveland at night. " Jerome Fence Building. Albany, N. Y., Sept 5. District At torney William T. - Jerome of New York was the central figure in the conference of up-state Democrats call ed to meet here to consider the con dition of the Democratic party In the state, of New York. Free With It, "Miss Suffrage has a fine mind." "Ever sampled ItY' ; "What do you mean?" - ".' t- . ... j "Wait till she gives you a piece of tt tnd you will kxh " ' ' ' 'Phone or write a card to the Palla dium of the little piece of newt your neighbor told you and get your name in the news "tin" contest for this week. 0 Shears Scissors Knives Razors - rJanicure oods A CRITICAL PERIOD INTELLIGENTWOMEN PREPARE Dangers and Pain of This Critical Period Avoided by the Use of Lydia E. Pink, b&m's Vegetable Compound. How many men realize that , iuc uiuab VIA period in a wo-, man's existence is the change of life, and (hat the anxiety felt byi women as this' time,, draws near is not without reason ? 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