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The Richmond Palladium, Sunday, Sept. 9, 19u6. .
iJage Nme. LOOKS BLUE TO , THE DEMOCRATS CAMBRIDGE WAS VIIIIIER HARVARD DISAPPOINTED National Committee Seems to be Badly Confused Just Now. The Boat Race on the Thames Ended v . .,. . . . in Favor of the English Crew Which Displayed Superior Water manship at All Times. HEW CHAMPION -FOB THE WEST SUITS MAY BE BROUGHT EIIGUIID TAKES THE BROAD HINT STATE AUDITOR TO ACT D. E. Sawyer Wins the Golf Trophy in Great Game. Insurance Companies That Have Failed to Pay Taxes Will Be Pro ceeded Against in the Near Future by the State. BRYAN THE REAL CAUSE '3 HIS RECENT UTTERANCES RE GARDING THE OWNERSHIP OF RAILROADS BRINGS DEMORALIZATION TO HIS FORCES. P'ibllshers PressJ Putney, England, Sept " Canf bridge brawn and muscle combined with natural watermanship, - triumph e4 over the oarsmen from Harvard GOVERNMENT on the Thames this afternoon, in on of the best rowed races that has ever taken place on the course, according to the British experts who watched the match. ..The Harvard crew to night is disappointed but by no means disconsolate, - and openly declare that another crew from Cambridge, Mass university, will cross the; Atlantic next year to contest" with the'Cantabs - It was a gallant struggle all the way witnessed by a record; breaking crowd, but . Cambridge jumped away Publishers' Press "Washington, Sept, 8. A decided sensation has been caused by the. ac tion of the sub-committee of the Nat ional i Democratic committee dis charging its clerks and stopping the aj the pistol, faster than the Amer- sending out of literature and other I jcan boat, and maintained the lead work In the Interest of Democratic j until the end, completing the four and congressional -candidates. - I a quarter mile course in 19:16, twen- The?" advocacy by Bryan of Govern- ty-six seconds slower than the record, ment' ownership of railroads has set but a full two lengths ahead of Har- the plans of Democrats all awry, vard They have thrown up their hands' and ; quit. ; They will have none of the ; Nebraskan. .-..-' For 'some time seven members of I the National Democratic committee, acting as a subcommittee have main ' tained; offices here adjoining the headquarters of; the ; Democratic Con ' gressional committee. Ten clerks have been busy sending what was deemed sound- Democratic literature throughout the country. Now Bryan has forrp forward with his new theo ries zvl the committee is disgusted and has quit work. Robert -Miller, representing the Na tional committee has dismissed all of the ter clerks, only keeping a private secretary. Members of the Demo cratic National committee openly state their disgust at the trend of events and conributions have fallen off greatly. LOW RECORD FOR WHEAT MARKET TAKES A DROP The Prices Were Lower on Chicago Board of . Trade Yesterday Than at .' Any Time for a Period of Three . Years. ENGINEMEN r B. (.Publishers' Press Chicago, Sept. 8. Lower prices were made for wheat on todays ses sion than have been seen in the last three years and of course lower than anything since this years crop has ARE KILLED j commenced to come to market. The close was at j-bc, lower ior sept., 4c for December, and 5-8 for May. The government report will ,,be. issued after the close of Monday's- session and there seems little left for it to do in the way of knocking prices down. " , &' O.' Wreck Yesterday Morning Results Fatally All Passengers Were Uninjured. Junta's Protest. St. Louis, Mo., Sept. 8. The fol lowing telegram was sent to Presi dent Roosevelt by the Mexican junta here: "We have seen in the press a telegram from President Diaz asking for your government to suppress Re generacion and - its ' editors, saying that we are anarchists and instigators of an anti-foreign feeling in Mexico. "We protest energetically against the charges of Diaz, and we assure you that our opposition is only contrary to the terrible tyranny of the dictator. We work for the Mexican people's liberty. We want an honest govern ment in our country. We hope from you, Mr. President, that you take into consideration our protest." Collision on B. & O. Wheeling, W. Va., Sept. 8. Two persons were killed and ten injured in a head-on collision of two passen ger trains at Woodlawn, Marshall county, 24 miles south of here, on the Ohio River division of the Baltimore THE WORK IS UNDER i WAY & Ohio railroad. The trains came to gether on a bridge over Fish creek. The dead are Richard Parsons and Edward Waegel, firemen of the en gines, and the fatally injured are En gineer Dillon and an unknown man found in the wreckage. - (Publishers' Prssl Baltimore, Sept. S. The Baltimore and "Ohio railway company tonight gave ont .the following official ac- .q. countoj the Wreck on the Ohio River divisionof the road this morning: -1 .. "The wreck, which occurred on the bridge at Woodland, 24 miles " south of Wheeling, Wtfay in which ' two passenger trains came together, was due to a mistake in orders. All j of the passengers were of course badly shaken up but rone were in v jured. Firemen J. M. Weigal and T. M. Parsons were killed and both engines and baggage cars were badly damaged. The bridge was only slightly damaged and has already been repaired." DEFEATED WARREN WOOD BRILLIANT PLAYING BY BOTH MEN AT GLEN ECHO YESTER DAY AFTERNOON DETAILS OF THE PLAY. (Publishers Press Indianapolis, Sept. S. The Auditor of State will have to do something pret- ty soon. More than two weeks ago he sent a demand to the forty-two in surance companies whose taxes for the first half of 18S4 were never turn ed into the State treasury. In all, about $9,000 was retained by James II. Rice, then State Auditor, and the State is. trying to collect this sum, worth' as much to the people of the FROM UNCLE SAM (Continued from Page One. ) the line of the author's experience, the bill proposed the establishment of schools, first in Chicago, then in Washington, and then in New York, to be followed later by smaller schools in 100 other cities, -to test and try the science of spelling," with special reference to a system "discovered, ar ranged, and completed" and already tested in twenty-eight living langua ges by a fellow-citizen of Chicago, and seemingly destined, according to one of the most numerous whereases of the bill, "in the near future to be (Publishers PressJ Glen Echo, Ills., Sept. 8. D. United States as steam has been and system would make all children mas- and the interest thereon, to the amount of about $12,000, m- the the lorv that the comoanies are liable fori t..- . Saw' these taxes because they paid them to, ' 115 vf-r of thP dhirajrn Holf Club of Whoa. v, r ic" ao 'g, tuu wnung - , 1 Lilt; AUU11.UI jl aiaLc; I a. Lii 1 1 1 11 u xut.utn.nn v. i . - . , . . . TJ, , . . . ., . r naa wuiuuBu, uy me ume iney were ton, Ills., defeated Warren K. AVood, the State treasury," as the law pro-jeight years old. in which respect it Home wood Club of Chicago, for .the viaes. J seems to have -been vastly superior rtuuauI "uuuu uavc aI1nCU iuc n,ifled o-.,,,., Rnard Pnr tho o. nouncauon wun me repiy inai iney tablishment of his beneficent institu are not gumg to uns unauu, tio M hnl rarri nn an. swer, alleging that they want to inves tigate; but the great number of com panies so notified have maintained what they might call a dignified si- title of western golf champion atGlen Echo links this afternoon. To win Sawyer was compelled to play 37 holes, one more than the regular num. ber of 3. This was due to the fact that they were all even at 36 - holes. Wood led to the 34th hole. ' He was 3 up on the morning round of 18 holes hence; at least they have made no re but Sawyer evened up at the 27th hole sponse to the demand. in the afternoon. Wood won the 33d and 34th and was two up going to the 5th. Then he fell off in his driving and putting. Sawyer came grandly, won on the 17th with a good short ap proach after he had sliced his iron shot. Wrood was one up and one to play going to the last hole. All he had to do was to halve it. -He top- propriation of $50,000, and there, too, j is evidence that the latest scheme is, to use- no harsher term, the work of amateurs. The remarkable feature of the matter is that Mr. Lawler. who had been a ship carpenter earlier in his careerm an active labor organi- rn TO FARMERS and STOCKDEALERS. i IT WILL PAY YOU TO SEE TH RICHMOND ABATTOIR CO." WH YOU HAVE ANY STOCK REY FOR THE MARKET V WE PAY THE HIGHEST ARKET DDirr rrr d fsnnn cat c An if I HIV I w wwxsi v -i w W I 1 nl ir u Tur Wf A ALL STOCK WILL ED, Tl THE COMPANY notice V r a i if I AYS PURCHAS- OFFICE OF L FURTHER Richmond Abattoir Co. 40 Liberty Ave. Home Phone 535 Bell Phone 24? MILTON. Milton, Ind., Sept. 8, (Spl.) Miss Lula Ward has returned from Atlan tic City and Eastern Cities where she spent her vacation. Miss Quinn of Illinois is the new- ped his drive and then lifted his bras- ly appointed agent of the Big Four sie. THE DAYTON MVESTERIJ IHAUIIUJ m Sawyer got a fine drive and laid a 240 sood brassie- within 24 feet of the hole. Wood then almost holed his third, a beautifully lofted mid- iron shot and lay six feet from the hole. Sawyer laid dead on the like.' Evidently some of the strenuosity from the White House communicated zer, and president of the Ship Carpen- itself to the lawmakers at the Capital. tors Association, failed to get what Incldently the preparation of the ' Jour he wanted. "Undismayed by lack of nal and Record at the Government success, however, - this - phonetic- pio- 'Printing Office the largest In the neer still, further inticipated the Pres- w'orld plainly refutes the charge that j change without notlq ident tvo j'ears later,-by Introducing j the Senate is nothing more than a a concurrent resolution for the use I debating society. In the number of of a short method of spelling in the bills introduced, reported, and passed. Government "Printing "Office, which the House could cast no aspersions measure was wickedly put to sleep by on the Senate the Committee of Printing. In effect May 5, MAIN Kaion ArJ e..V R. R. at Milton. Ernest Doty is home from Indiana polis. Dr. I. F. Sweney Is spending a week with Dayton and Eaton, Ohio relatives and friends. The Milton SChOOlS Will resume causa a sufficient niimKor- of hWinc thn Tliirenii of Tnsnlar Affairs and the i I W.Alex Dayton AM 60 7.05 8.00 AM 6.46 7.60 8.05 0.00 Subject ttf .ao 9J7 8-6Hh0.06 10.00 11.00 11.00 U.1J Anyone who can suggest a feasible .-No one iias yet -seen-fit to write a scheme by which the Philippine sil- book entitled "The Blessings of Bene-1 ver currancy can be kept In circula- volent Assimulatlon" for distribution tion without danger of depreciation, among, the Philipinos. . possihly . be-1 will doubtless receive the thanks of NEW PARICf DRANCH (THROUGH Leave Richmond fc 5:50. 6:45. 8:20, 9 a n 19' 91 t'9.a -m-w . . -i . i : c x x 1 : J.,.. !ltf t . . . I - .... I " wooa mifcaeu. ins .faix iuui pui uy a , iuuuuaj ci&ux. muuuu nave : not yet been, discovered. They Phillippine government, since tne a.-ig.jQ g.jo 7:20 8: ici in. i to turn un occasionniiv hnnwor if i (loo (Hid Kiivpr nsos or ijninnrine cur- Oliver Thornburg and wife have re- has just been discovered, has a narti- rency carried in the country for the turned from an automobile 'trip to cular blessing all its ,own in the shape use of the insular government must the western part or the state. of a regularly occurring Sunday of be recoined. and. naturalh', the offl- Mrs. Aaron 5orris and son Robert I thirty-one and one-half hours dura- cials are anxious to. prevent, If possi- er ran the hole. Sawyer laid well on have returned home from Mt. Lake tion, The length of the day in ques- ble, a recurrence of the present sit- hia approach and -won the hole ' i-to 6. Park, Maryland where they -attended j tion "Is "not "due to "geographical loca- uation. The system has gotten all hair for a 4 and Sawj-er tied up the match.: Sawyer got "a long ball going to the 37, . while. Wood pulled into the road on the left of the course. He missed his recovery and then ov- P. If. Tranfere at Ne Direct connection 4--. "Lima Limited" trsd and Lima, leaving 9:00, 12:00 4u m4 CoNNECTIONSH K0K0M0 NOW OUT OF IT The Howard County Capital Is Not to Enjoy the Roller Polo Game This Season. the Bi-ennial conference of Friends. Irion, earthauakes .or nnv othpr tiatnr-1 out of balance because of the rise In bamuei aeam is improving tne al phenomena, but solely and directly, the price of 'silver, under which the In. C. St. L. foi South side cemetery under the direc-1 say ' local experts on the subject, to bullion value of the pesos so much j south. At WcBt tion of the Ladies Cemetery Asso- J benevolent assimulation, omanating increased that they were worth more I clnnatl Northern elation. ifrom the nerson of Commander Potts. I to melt uo or exnort for silver than I nnrth and south. Davtnn with Alan. Misses Mabel and Iva Burns have U. S. N., who is governor and com- they were for money. Exportation trie lines diverging for Troy, Piquh. ERVICB) New Parle. 20. 10:00. 11:20, :20, S: 00. 4:20, ). 9:55 and 11: Weatvllle. at Dayton wldf s for roy, Piqu chmond at 5:50. d 8:00 p. m. t Eaton with pointa north and xandria vrlth Cln TL tor polnu Kokomo, Ind., Sept. 8. (Spl.) The pecial committee of the Alhambra management held a meeting -tonight and it is the universal sentiment that Kokomo will have no polo this year. The market house proposition of all proposed theaters, Y. M. C. A.,' and diverse enterprises has the most fa vors of any proposition for the use of polo headquarters. gone to Rush county where they will mandant of this dot in the Pacific, and melting, although strictly forbid-1 Sidney, Lima, Xei teach school the coming school year. Under his home-made edict, Sunday den, started some time ago, the temp- J lcaibus, Hamilton Wildey Burns, of Jackson Tenn., is begins at half-past ten o'clock on what tation to reap an easy profit at the Throurh rates visiting her mother Mrs. Maggie Would otherwise be Saturday night, espensu of Ucle Sam being I all points. For Burns. and keens right on coins until six strong to resist. Naturally there was L.i wm4 phnna y-v r t -w a. I i 1 ii. x. j J it. a I unmr juorgan ana aaugnter oi v;m- o ciock aionaay morning, wnat xne oniy one inmg to oe uone, auu me i Arraneementa ia, Springfield, Co ind CinclnnatL trough tickets ta irther Informatloxi !69. r nartlas. nrlal cinnati w'ere at Sherman Werking's little brown brothers thinks of this I government decided to do it that is, I car8 etc., call plne or write C. O. this week. " ' '. '. j Puritanical law, which cuts such a I to recoin the pesos, carefully avoid-1 niKwp n. J a xvamt AmJl Mr. and Mrs. R. P. Lindsay and son chunk out of his week, is not stated, ing putting so much silver in them ajidrla. O. f. HAS NO ALTERNATIVE HISTORY TO BE SUCCESS Call Made for All Articles Contribut ed to Be in Hands of the Printer by the Middle of November Cost of Work Guaranteed. The History Committee of the Wayne County Historical Association which has in had the preparation of a county history, has notified all per sons who are to contribute articles to the work to have the manuscript in ..the hands of the printer by the middle of November. The work is a great one, and will re y.'quire a great deal of editing to put it in shape for the contemplated vol ume. Prof. Walter S. Davis, who is 'chairman of the committee has done 'a great deal of work in preparation .dor the volume and he anticipates ,-that It will come to a successful ter ;'mination. The guarantee list will in- ;.ure the payment of the cost of print More Bridges Blown Up. . Havana, Sept. 8. Two more bridges on the Western railway were blown up, one of them 12 miles east of Pinar del Rio, near Puerto Golpe, thus cut ting off railroad communication with Pinar del Rio. The troop train, which returned to Palacics, resumed its journey, going ahead of a regular pas senger train from Havana to Puerto Golpe. Owing to lack of wire com munication there is no news, official or otherwise. MUST IMPORT I ARflRFRfs and others . m w I - . w i 1ttii ii- j yv nuttue w ai reu anil Harper are at Franklin, O., visiting The law itself is due to the new li- as to make their bullion value higher friends. quor regulations, under which it is than their face value. But it the Robert Morris went to Fairmount an offensive punishable by a heavy price of silver should continue to rise, Sunday. fine to sell hard drinks on the Sab- no one can tell how soon a second re- A number of Milton ladies enjoyed bath, and some curiosity is already coinage would be necessary; an ex- the hosDitalilv of Mrs. Anna jrionk expressed as to whether it would not pensive process, especially of the Jarboe at her country home east of De wel1 t make that day a week long work is done in this country, with Jacksonburg Saturday. Among theand thus do away with saloons alto-1 the necessity of shipping . the coins guests were Mesdames Elizabeth I gether. Blessing number two, as en- both ways. Incidentally the govern- KimmeU Wm. Johnson, G. W. Calla- Joyed by Guam, may be discovered ment, after recoining the 32,000,000 way, Richard Sills Wrm. Swone I Dy ine person wno aoesnt live mere pesos in question, win una iisn wnu Wilson, Alice H. Gresh H. L. Jones In me ruling that no saloon may be J sufficient bullion left over to make caiiea a saloon. Restaurant, care, or quite a tew more man me original MARTIN SWISHER. Agent n SUIiDAYI EXCURSION ITES.... - Mil VIA i Home Telephone Company Face to Face With a Situation That Must be Met Quickly Negroes to-be Brought to Richmond This Week. Harry Man- love are in Chicago. Miss Linda Hinchman of Knights- town is at Miss Olive Williams. Hiram Crook and family and Oli ver Beeson and family are at Bay View, Mich. Messrs and Mesdames Chas. Fer ris, Jack Bishop and - Chas. Davis leave Monday for Northern Michigan. They will take a cottage at Oden and enjoy an outing on the lake. buffet are the terms allowed. number. PRESBYTERY TO BEGIN MONDAY r (Continued From Page One.) CENTERVILLE. Treat's Proposition. Atlantic City, N. J., Sept. 8. United States Treasurer Charles H. Treat was the principal speaker before the annual banquet of the American In stitute of "bank clerks. He- advocated a radical change in the system of gov ernment credits as a remedy for peri lng and binding and It is hoped that! odical financial stringency. His idea .enough extra copies will be sold to "meet any extra expenses that may be ! -incurred. GREAT ONION YIELD. : Twenty-five Thousand Bushels Rais- ed in Northern Indiana on Tract of - Fifty Acres of Ground. Decatur Ind., Sept. S. (Spl.) The town of Berne is all excitement over ".a new industry which has been intro duced. A year ago there was fifty acres of low muck land near that place that seemed to be practically .worthless and had not been cultiva ted for a number of years. ; A practical farmer by the name of " W E. Evans came along and pur chased the land. This season he has .raised 2aJ)0Q bushels of onions. ENGLISH ELEVEN WINS London Footballists Had No Trouble in Defeating the New York Association. , (Publishers Press Livingston, S. I., Sept S. The All- New York Association football team proved decidedly easy for the visiting London Corinthian eleven . here this afternoon, the visitors winning out by the score of 13 to 0 in a game of asso- ciation XootbalL . - . included acceptance by the govern ment of commercial paper with clear ing house endorsement as a basis for loans of currency to tide over panics. Fcrce's Sentence. Minneapolis, Sept. 8. Dr. Jacob F. Force, former president of the North western national life insurance, must serve three and one-half years in Still water prison at hard labor unless the supreme court grants him a new trial. Judge Brooks denied a motion for a new trlaL ' Dr. Force" was charged with having expended for his per sonal use large sums belonging to the Insurance company. Emery Wheel Exploded. Springfield, O., Sept. 8. Melvin Prescott, S5, was instantly killed at the shops of the Bettendorf metal wheel company by an emery wheel flying to pieces. One of the frag ments struck him in the bowels, caus ing death. Prescott leaves a widow and three children. His home was north of Lagcnda,. Placed on Track by Robbers. Wheeling, W. Va., Sept. 8. George Lewis of Martin's Ferry, O., and son of a wealthy coal operator, was bru tally beaten by a gang of thieves who, in hopes of hiding their crime, placed him on the railroad track In oder that he would be killed by a passing train. James Arbaugh, a grocer, who was coming up the track, stumbled over the body in the darkness. He pulled Lewis to safety just two min utes before the midnight express went ruahliuK na.st- ? The Richmond Home Telephone j Company is face to face, with the fact that laborers cannot be procured, in Richmond and that the contemplated , Importation is the only alternative. One of the directors of the com pany said that It would mean a much j ; Centerville, Sept. 8, (Spl.) Mr, more expensive undertaking than if Joseph Helms residing near. Rich the labor could be procured right at mond, was the guest on Saturday -of home. The men imported will have Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Clevenger. to be brought here at the company's Mrs. Sarah Abden, Mrs. Cora Ran- expense and will have to be provided j ger, Mrs. Rena McDowell and Mr. with quarters in wnich to live. B. M. Peelle were entertained at din- It is expected that during the pre- ner on Thursday by Mr. and Mrs sent week the company. will send its Charles Brumfield Mrs. lone Stiggleman of Richmond spent Saturday with Mrs. Cora De Moss Miss Ethel Farley of Indianapolis is visiting Miss Nola Savage of Mun cie, who is spending several weeks representatives into Kentucky and Tennessee for the purpose of engag ing the services of negro laborers and they will be brought to Rich mond as early as possible. Efforts are now being made to provide quart ers for the irr)orted laborers in the j with her mother Mrs. Jennie Savage. homes of local colored people WTith sufficient assistance to prose cute the work the company antici pates that the new 'phone system will be installed before the first day of next January, MRS. FITZGERALD DEAD Was the Widow of Confederate Gen tral Who Died Before Rich- ; " ''";'v :' ' mend' In' 1862." . IPublishers' PressJ Saratoga. N. Y., Sept. S. Mrs. Clara Semmes Fitzgerald, widow of Col. Fitzgerald, and daughter of Raphael Semmes. of Georgetown, D. C. died here today. Col Fitzgerald was formerly of the United States army, but later of the Confederate army. He died before Richmond in 1S62. Begin Auto Trip. Roy Wilke and Robert Mendenhall left last evening for Indianapolis from which point theyjwill start out on a two weeks automobile tour. GETS FOREIGN PATENT. Robert W. Randle has received let ters pattent from France on a road scraper, for Ji c -Muai. .north of the city. Mrs. E. D. Barnes of Richmond, was the guest of Mrs. Elizabeth Maudlin on Friday and Saturday. Mrs. Lenna King made a short visit this week to Mrs. Minnie WThipple at Portland, Ind. T. E. Nickels attended the fairs held at Connersville and Liberty this week. - H. H. Peelle will spend Sunday with relatives at Lynn. Mrs. Cora Ranger and Mrs. Rena McDowell of Ruthland, Vermont were visiting their uncle Mr. Jesse Brum field and family several days this week. They left on Friday evening for Indianapolis where they will spend several days. Meletia Stanley and Russell Stan ley, of Boston, Ind., will return home on Sunday after a two weeks'- visit with their grandparents Mr. and Mrs. Taylor McConaha. Mrs. Lucy Koon is making an ex tended visit to her son James Koon, near New Pittsburg, Ind. Miss Mode Brown entertained at dinner on Thursday Miss Ethel Thomas of Richmond who was at tending the teachers institute, held here on that day. '""X. WILL ELECT OFFICERS. The Mary F. Thomas, W. C. T. XL; will meet Monday afternoon at 2:30 at the home of the president, Mrs. Martha Little, in the League Flat. North Sth on D street. The election of officers will take place. Even if England furnished a tailor to cut the clothes for the American Army in the most up-to-date fashion, it looks as if his country were to more than balance the account In "Ameri canizing the British Army," so far as methods of "packing animals" and ! managing pack trains are concerned. Although it seems probable that John Bull will hereafter have Tommy At kins do his packing in the Western there he was called to a large and American style, in use in the army wealthy church in New York state. of the United States the decision will From there he went to the Bethany not be difinitely announced until Presbyterian church at Philadelphia, some interesting experiments being I which owes its beginning to the Hon. carried on at present are completed. John Wanamaker, and has ever been The .'final test between the American his special joy, receiving constantly methods and these of West Queens- of his wealth and influence, and land, Australia, is to be made between which has today a membership of two teams, one from the Legion of 1 3,500 with a Sunday school of over Frontiersmen, made up the men who 1 5,000. have gained experience in the West- In the meantime the Winona move em states in this country, and the ment began and the directors asked other composed of Queensland rang- Dwight L. Moody to tell them of the ers. Practical proof of superiority be-1 right man to put at the head of the ing required. It was decided to let mos important department at Wino- each team make the trip from Lon- na. Mr. Moody said, "J. Wilbur don to Brighton and return, a distance Chapman is the best man that I know of about 100 miles, with fully loaded for the place." The Winona man- pack train. Time is to be a minor agement had an interview with Dr. consideration, and if American meth- Chapman and succeeded In securing ods bring in packs and animals in his services as superintendent of the better condition, it will be finally Bible Conference, which already has adopted for use in the British army, assumed proportions so- great that American officers assert that there men are- called from all over the can be no doubt as to the result, and world to address the thousands who feel confident that though we have I gather there from summer to summer. been shown by England in the mat- j In connection with the Winona de ter of army dress styles, the shoe j partment Dr. Chapman was called by will be on the other foot when it the General Assembly of the Presby- comes to a question of practical effi-1 terian church to take charge of the ciency. evangelistic movement which has ac complished such marvelous results The first session of the Fifty-Ninth during the last few years. Congress, following the standard set by nearly everything else during 1905-6, was a record-breaker, a fact which Is shown by the index of the Congressional Record now in process of printing. Not only in the Index (Fairview Citizens Take Steps to Re the biggest one for many a year, but the Record itself and the House Jour- Dayton Dayton and Eaton and R Western turn, Tickets at abol price willbe sold J every Sunday lVitil fnrti rf.j, ,. ....... I I l I I I I Til IT Good F"A AT JJO TO SI 00 . All CtarmoL Apply to agr notice. 2 9 I V V 1ER aAc cnots a t JSJjlIOCTRE t M A IV I i RICHttCnD Monuncrcx 33 N. EIGHTH ST BIOHSOHO, XHSk 3 Phone 1457. ry J ntter Yi CLIFFORD O. KEOO 1018 MAIN S TINNER General Job Work & Repair! WANT GARBAGE WAGON. WM. WAKING Plumber a) Gr Bicycles Prion 1482. Sr'. dries nal are imposing in the number of pa- j ges contained in each. The Journal, which is the guide and law of the House, is the largest ever recorded lieve Conditions Now Existing That Part of the City. in 1(7777. The Fairview Civic League has de- for the first session, being nearly cided that the citizens of Fairview three times as large as that of the should petition the Common Council first session of he Fifty-Eighth Con- for a garbage wagon which will con gress, since its pages reach the sur- fine its operations in that part of the prining total of 2,600. Although more city exclusively. A committee was care than usual has been given to appointed to see that the petition was the work of getting out the perma- circulated among the people residing nent edition of the Congressional Rec- in Fairview. One member of the ord, it will be ready for distribution League declared that to his. know- about the usual time. From it can ledge the garbage wagon which Is sup- be seen that for the length of the j posed to cover the territory west of first session of the present Congress j the river, had net been In Fairview seven months more work was done I for a period of five weeks and more accomplished in the way of enacting new laws than at any pre-i The Palladium alves a dollar each vious first session of the same length week for the best piece of news tip- ox ume in lob History oi tne cumiixy. i ped off to it. I r.7ooreOrrorn V write r ire n orryao insur ance. We will iNnyou. Loans from $100 to 500. Phone Home 1589, Bell 53 R. ROOM 16 I. O. O. F. BUILDING. It has gone out of fashion to boast of never reading ads. Those who do not nowadays are inclined to keep quiet about it, as they would about any other oersonal shortcoming. i - V v