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RICHMOND WILL
SEHD DELEGATE
The Local Labor Unions to Be
Represented atState
' ' Meeting.
MANY - BILLS - PROPOSED
UNION LABOR HAS ,SOM E, RIGHTS
WHICH IT WILL INSIST UPON
.BEFORE THE NEXT LEGISLA
TURE. ... '
Richmond labor, unions will be rep
resented at the annual meeting .of
the Indiana State Federation of La
bor to be held .In ; Indianapolis Sep
tember 25, 26 and 27.
It is proposed that a bill be indors
ed providing for a law by which bar
ber shops may be closed on Sundays.
Richmond barber shops do not open
Sundays. - The j members in Indiana
polis, especially of the Journeymen
Barbers" 'international Union, have
had a long and hard fight in their at
tempt to close the barber shops on
Sundays, and have toxind that pro
ceedings brought under the present
law have ended In a ! most "unsatisfac
tory manner.. The. State, association
of the barbers has drafted a bill, and
It is the wi?h of 'the association to
have the State Federation -indorse
this bill and work for its passage in
the next session of the State Legis
lature. - - ; .1
Other Proposed Bills.r
Under the head of legislation, it is
probable that a bill will be drawn at
the convention for.the ;amendment of
the present factory , inspection law.
Aiiiong other things, as "contemplated
the bill will 'provide for increasing
the factory inspector's force and "will
provide that women less than twenty
one years old' shall not be permitted
to work in tobacco .factories. It is
said that it has been found that work
in " such factories is injurious to a
woman's nerves. . -
! Among other legislation that Is ex
pected to come up for discussion and
action is a direct," primary election
bill and amendments I to the mining
laws. The. State Federation has
been active in : legislative matters
for a number of years and; has as
sisted materially in the passage of a
number of bills that were of benefit
to labor unionists and to the public
Jn general. . - . , ; H
CONDITION IS CRITICAL
Mr. Bery Sands, North 11th street,
has suffered a relapse and is serious
ly III again. His daughter,. Mrs. R.
D. Stowell and her husband; of Chi
cago, are here.
SUTTON LEAVES FORCE
BACK TO RAILROADING
Will Go to 'New Mexico to- Take
Place as ' Locomotive Fireman on
the' Rock Island System A Good
Officer. -
Officer Charlie Sutton. - 'one - of the
most - popular patrolmen on the Rich
mond police force, has tendered his
resignation to the Board of Police
Commissioners to take effect Septem
ber. IS. . . -.
Mr. Sutton will go back to his first
love, that of firing on the railroad and
has accepted a run on the Rock Is
land between Alamogordo, New Mex
ico, and El Paso, Tex. He secured
the position through A. .C. Teas, an
engineer, who ran on the Pennsylva
nia, for. probably ten years and then
accepted a'" position on the Rock , Is
land.
Sutton has had much railroad ex
perience,' having been . a ' locomotive
fireman before he accepted a place on
the police force, and during the five
years ' which he, has served on , the
force he has had a constant longing
for the return to the exciting life of a
railroader. He and his . wife will
leave "about the seventeenth of this
month, for their new home in Alamo
gordo, N. M. They will sell the ma
jority of their ' household goods v at
their home at 1412 North D street,
during the coming week preparatory
to their move to New Mexico."
As yet it is not known who will suc
ceed Sutton on the force, " but it is
very likely that his successor will be
named as soon as the new Police
Commissioner is selacted to fill Mr.
Merrill's place. There are numerous
applications on file with the police
board, awaiting vacancies. - -
Ohio Man Robbed.
Guthrie, Okla., Sept. S. Harry
Cromwell, a young man giving his ad
dress as Xenia, O., was robbed at
Pond Creek, Okla., of five diamonds
and a considerab'e amound of money.
Cromwell was stopping at the home
of Eugene Smaller, his uncle.
Powder Mill Explosion.
Bluefield, V. Va., Sept. S An ex
plosion at the Dupont powder works
at Nimours, Va., eight miles West of
here, killed C. D. Clark and fatally in
jured four others.- The cause of the
explosion was not known.
Paralyzed by Sting.
Tiffin, O., Sept. S. Charles Wrenn,
an implement dealer, was stung on
the adam's apple while on the fair
grounds here and he was completely
paralyzed for two hcurs.
Cambridge Won.
Putney, England, Sept. S. Cam
bridge won the international boat race
by two length3 over Harvard-
WILL . OPEN- TOMORROW. WIOHT. AT 7:30 O'CLOCK.
HATCH'S Trained Wild Animal Arena, con
taining 30 Educated Beasts
Leonett,
The Gem Theatre of Vaudeville
The Brilliant 30,000 Illusion!
PERSENA, the Acrobat from the
Palace, London.
The Funny
Prof. RAMSAY and His Roy
LA MARR BROS, the Famous Acrobats
MLLE. RUSSELL and her Troupe of
Birds From All Nations
OWE JOYFUL WEEK!; Under the Auspices of Richmond
Grove of Druids. WEEK OF SEPT. 10, 1906.
Opposite Glen Miller Park Main Street Entrance.
WATCH FOR THE GRAND STREET PARADE !
THE NEW BRIDGE
FOB SOUTH SIDE
The County Commissioners
Expect to Let the Con
tract Next Spring.
MAY NOT ISSUE BONDS
SPECIAL FUND RAISED BY SPE
CIAL TAX LEVY MAY BE SUFFI
CIENT TO MEET THE COST OF
STRUCTURE.
South Side citizens, who for years
have been hoping for a bridge that
would span the "Whitewater in that
section of Richmond, have been giv
en to understand that there is every
prospect that the Board of Wayne
County Commissioners will let the
contract for the structure next spring
so that the work may be completed
before winter.
The special fund created by the
special bridge levy, will have reached
the stage by that time so that the
work can be undertaken. One
member of the board of commission
ers is quoted as saying that it may be
possible to build the bridge without
a bond issue, but this view is not gen
erally shared. , It is plain, however,
that a bridge is needed over the
Whitewater in the south part of Rich
mond, and the citizens feel that the
county can issue bonds in payment if
such a course is necessary, just the
same as has been done in other work
of the kind. The new bridge will be
a fine one though even a rough esti
mate as to the probable cost cannot
be made. Bridge material now is
double the cost that it was when the
Doran bridge was built and is consid
erably more than when the Main
street structure was erected.
Law Applicable to Porto Rico.
San .Tuan, Porto Rico, Sept. S. In
the United States district court the
demurrer of the Porto Rico Steamship
company to the complaint of the Peck
Steamship company, claiming $100,003
damages for alleged violation of the
Sherman anti-trust law, was overruled
by Judge Rodey, who held that Porto
Rico is territory of the United States
and that the Sherman anti-trust law
therefore is applicable.
Trials Postponed.
Chicago, Sept. S. Trial of the
packing companies under indictments
has been postponed until Nov. 10.
Neither side was prepared for trial
Sept. 10, the date originally fixed.
Return of Archbishop Farley.
New York, Sept. 8. Archbishop
John M. Farley cf New York arrived
from Europe m the steamship Campania,
The Richmond Palladium, Sunday, Sept.
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The FLYING MERMAID
MIDI
Katzenjammer Castle
A World of Fun Condensed
CITY AND COUNTY
Marriage Licenses.
William Mann of Richmond and
Mattie Andrews, Richmond.
Circuit Court Probate.
Report of sale of real estate by
Barney Linderman administrator in
the estate of Calvin Russell.
Final report of commissioner in
the matter of the sale of real estate
in case,, of Anna Paulson vs. Isaac
Williams, Ruth Williams, et al.; ap
proved and commissioner discharged.
Circuit Court Suits Filed.
Philip Simon et al vs ; the Rich
mond Hat Manufacturing Company;
demand $250.
Mahala Kennedy vs John W. Ken
nedy, et al for partition; M. H. Wool
ley: appointed commissioner to sell
real estate.
Building Permits.
Minnie Highley, frame Lincoln St.,
$1,800. -Real
Estate Transfers.
Mary Pierce to Louise and Kath
erine Feltman lot 1 in Lamb and Bos
low's addition to the city, $2,300.
Maggie and William Toliver to
Newton Moser lot 3 in section 33 ad
dition to the city, $2,000. . .
Deaths and Funerals.
HOVELMEIER The funeral of
Fred Hovelmeier who died suddenly
at Hagerstown Thursday was held
5esterday afternoon at 1:30 o'clock at
the St. Pauls German Lutheran
church.
DEMPSEY The funeral of Mrs.
Sarah Dempsey, the old lady who was
burned to death Thursday, was held
at the home yesterday morning, Fath
er J. F. Mattingly officiating. The
burial was at Earlham.
SEBASTIAN The funeral of Ruth
the little' daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Davis S. Sebastian was held at the
home, 730 North 15th street yester
day afternoon at ,2:30 o'clock. The
burial was at Lutherania.
- JARVIS TThe funeral of Mrs. Julia
Jarvis who! died at her' home on
North Ele?nth street "Friday night
will be held this afternoon at the
home at 2110 o'clock. The burial
will be at Jarlham. '
Campaign Closed.
Portland,
:ept. S. The Maine, ro
ttlcal campl
ign closed Saturday with
many ralliel
and final speeches by
prominent
who shows
en. Speaker Cannon,
e effect of making nins
addresses in
worth with
ve days, spoke at Ells
aator Eugene Hale, wh'j
delivered the
campaign.
his only speech of the
Odd Fellcbvs Attention.
There will be
Odd Fellows of
lodges, includin;
special , meeting of
ill the Richmond
Lthe Encampment
and. Daughter of
tebekah, on Wed
nesday night
lock at the lodge
hall. AU members are urged to attend-
9-10-11
9, 1906.
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Who leaps
Crystal
Half Frog,
Trained
AND
THE DEMOCRATS
IN CONVENTION
They Nominated a County
Ticket and Adopted Some
Resolutions
ALMOST FORGOT BRYAN
INDORSEMENT OF THE GREAT
NEBRASKAN HAS EMBODIED IN
THE LAST PLANK-THERE WAS
NOT GREAT CROWD OUT.
The WTayne County Democratic
convention held yesterday at the city
hall was attended by approximately
150 members of the party. Commit
teemen were named for the various
townships; resolutions were adopted
and a ticket was put in the field.
The ticket nominated was as follows:
State Senator M. H. Wolly,, Wil
liamsburg. Representative Joshua Allen, Ha
gerstown. Commissioner Western District
M. E. Mason. Cambridge City. -
Commissioner Eastern District
Humpfrey Harrington, Fountain City.
Coroner Dr. A. E. Ehle, East Ger
mantown. Nominations for other county offi
ces were not made.
The resolutions adopted include an
endorsement of William J. Bryan, but
for some cause were placed at "the
very end.
Some of the other "planks" in the
platform were as follows:
3 That we, favor the election of
United States" Senators by popular
vote.
4 That we favor a graded inheri
tance and income fax law.
5 That we favor a Bank Commis
sion with powers similar to the Inter-State
Commerce Commission, to
protect all depositors of money or
property. " f
6 That we are in favor of tariff re
form . "
Chickamauga Reunion from Indiana
Leaves Indianapolis 7: An p. m. Sep-
tember 1
PTmsvIvnTiia
Lines via
and" Nash
nd Nashville,
anooga & St.
the "Route to
Louis Rail
the front i
fares, etc.,
Get details about
Pennsylvania Lines
agents, or address W. W. Richardson,
Assistant General Passenger Agent,
4S Washington 1 street, Indianapolis,
eod to Sept. 15.
See how what you have Tierrd looks
in print and get a dollar forgoing it.
Win the news "tip' prise-
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L LACE, The Man
ErLECTRiC THEATRE, Showing San
Francisco, the Beautiful,
Atte and her Congress of Beauty
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headlong from a ladder J20
containing three feet of
The Human Frog
Half Man. The World's Greatest Monstrosity
ons. Carlo
And His Troupe of Animal Kings
MASTER JOE, The GIANT BOY
A HUMORED OTHER ATTRACTIONS
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THE CITY J BRIEF
Fresh oyst
served In all st yles
at Muth's.
28-tf.
Erville Lockwood returned last ev
ening from a business trip in Ohio.
Miss Fannie Dodge, of LosAngetes,
)Cal., will sing at the First Bsby-
terian church this morning.
New Knox Fall
$5.00 and $3.00.
30-tf
Hats,
CO.
Miss Bernadina Rears and Miss
Anna Rears of Milton were la the
city yesterday.
$5.00 round tri
oskey, $6.00
to Mackinac Islan
t 11. G. R. &
I. 10 day tickets, sp
d&w tf
train.
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Bailey of Ko
komo are the guests of friends in
the city.
Smoke Sale a
5c Cigars, 8 for
25c at Alford's.
8-3t.
Michael Roach, a molder employed
at the Hoosier Drill Works, will
shortly engage in business for him
self, at Terre Haute.
Telephone tb
Laundry to get
monfl Steam
laundry. tf
All 5c Cigars
or 25c at Alford's.
8-3t.
In the Circuit court yesterday
morning Mrs. Belle P. Ferris was
granted a divorce from Charles E.
Ferris. Abandonment and failure to
provide were alleged.
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Williams have
returned home from Connersville,
where they visited Mr. and Mrs. ,Lon
Williams.
See how what you have heard looks
in print and get a dollar for doing it.
Win the news "tip" prize.
Rev. Bishop O'Donahue, of this
oiocese,. will administer the sacra
ment of Confirmation to a class of
67 at St. Mary's church this morning
at 9: SO o'clock. -
G. R. & I- 10 day exjjsfllon to Coo!
Northern Michigan, Spt. 11. $5.00 to
Petoskey or TravWe City, $6.C0 for
round trip to Mackinac Island.
d&w tf
New Knox Fall an
inter Hats,
$5.00 and $3.00
JO-tf
3 BEY & CO.
Fresh ?oy
rs served in all styles
at Muth
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.A Richmond special bearing a num
ber of the officials of the Pan Han
dle railway was in the city yesterday
the officials making a thorough in
spection of frogs, switches and sid
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and Ruins
reatest Diver
feet high into a tank
water
Fancy Dressed
YOUNG SQUIRREL
Larvo Vminoi
Aring CHICKENS
lew cape Cod
3ANBERRIES
pnuine Jersey
ET POTATOES
J. M. EGGEHEYER
4th and Main Sts.
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ings in and adjacent to the city. This
also Included a trip around the belt
road. Kokomo Tribune.
At the meeting of the Board of
Public Works the city clerk was In
structed to advertise for bids on 12.
000 feet of lumber, with which to re
floor the Nojfth 10th street bridge. .
Owl,
o, Childs, Tom Keene
and al
ading cigans, 8 for 25c at
Alford's:
The Palladium will pay 10c for cop
ies of the Richmond Palladium of the
dates of January 1st and 2nd, 1906.
Mr. and Mrs. J. Rue Riffle who
have been guests or Mr. and Mrs.
Chauncey Riffle, South 12th street,
returned to their home In Chicago
today. .
Northern Ktiigin excursion tick
ets to fPalskey, Traverse City and
MackinIsland sold Sept. 11, $3,00
and $6.00 round trip, good" ten days,
d&w. tf. X
All 5c Cig, 8 for 25c at Alford's.
8-3-t.
'Phone or write a card to the Palla
dium of the little piece of news your
neighbor told typu and get, your name
in the news tip contest for this
week.
An order for the Improvement of
South 14th street by macadam road
way is being carried out by the stret
commisioner. This street recently
had the benefit of cement sidewaJk.
curb and gutter construction from
Main to South B street. ,
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