The Richmond Palladium, Wednesday,-Sept. 26, 1906.
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WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 26, 1906
we are anxious to have every
Republican in close touch, and work
ing in harmony with the Republican
National Congressional Committee in
favor of the election of a Republican
The Congressional campaign must
be based on the administrative and
legislative record of the party, and,
that being so, 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
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Help us achieve a great victory,
James S. Sherman, Chairman.
P. O. Box 2063, New York
The establishment in Dublin, . Ind.,
of an elaborate institution in the line
of what is called social settlement
work In cities is an enterprise whose
progress will be watched with inter
est in many quarters. It is an un
dertaking, which, if wisely conducted,
should be productive of admirable re
Dublin has a population of perhaps
1,500. Its people are among the
most intelligent and refined In the
state, and it Is surrounded by a farm
ing region whose residents are of the
same class. Is is a representative
community of fairly well to do native
Americans and to persons unacquaint
ed with villase life, might seem in lit
tle need of the proposed venture "for
the betterment of the town." But
those familiar with it are well aware
a small town commonly offers little to
young people. It affords few means
of entertainment and girls and boys,
especially the latter, often find time
heavy on their hands, with the inev
itable result that mischief follows:
With no evil intentions in the be
ginning they drift into evil compan
ionship. They acquire loaferish, idle
habits. - They come to regard it as a
"smart" thing to hang about a saloon
if one is within reach, or they become
gamblers in a small way, or follow
other ways that lead to vice and de
pravity all this without naturally vic
ious bent on their own part and sim
ply out of sheer lack of better occupa
tion to attract them. The problem of
rearing the youth of the small town
to clean, orderly life, therefore, is not
less than in larger cities where there
is much that is good to attract and
hold their attention.
The proposed institution at Dublin
will have grounds for out of door
sports baseball, football, tennis and
its house will be furnished with read
ing rooms, where a variety of enter
tainment can be found. Everything
will depend on the wisdom of the
management and the exercise of a su
pervision which guides and yet is as
free from dictations as possible.
The place should become a social
center of much Influence and of great
benefit to the community. It looks
like a practical form of philanthropy
which may well be Imitated. Muncie
Governor Hanly In his Tipton
speech made it plain that if there is
any. more house cleaning to be done
he is willing to take the job when
ever the dirt appears, whether it be
in the parlor or in the kitchen. The
Kovernor also made it plain that num
bered among the Democrats who an
nounce their desire to assist in purg
ing the State to corrupt influences
are some who are looking after brew
try interests of the State and others
who have no objection to gaming tab
les being continued at the Hoosier
Monte Carlo, French Lick.
There is some difference of opinion
as to the kind of a reception that
will be accorded Paul O. Stensland
the bank wrecker when he reaches
Chicago this morning after his "so
journ" at Tangiers, but there is no
question as to the length of his stay
in Illinois. The people may not like
Stensland but they will arrange to
keep him with them for some years
When the Bryan bandwagon start
ed several weeks ago every seat was
occupied but some of the members of
the band have fallen out since the
start was made. Even Henry Wat
terson who was tooting one of the
biggest horns is said to be hanging
by a thread and may be missed any
Under the new football rules it is
figured that only one in fifty players
has a chance for Injury and only
one in 5,000 a chance to get killed.
Thus the opportunity of the college
man to become a marytr to the cause
of "manly sports" is growing less
All the stand-patters are not In the
Republican ranks after all. Mr. Bry
an announces in New Orleans that
he will stand just as he declared him
self on railroad ownership, even
though it defeats him. He seems to
be a good guesser too.
There is lots of encouragement for
a man of means to make gifts to his
home city if the people show a dispo
sition to not care for them after
wards. To refuse aid to Reid Mem
orial Hospital is to admit that we
care nothing for it.
If the simplified spelling were to
be applied to the name of the Demo
cratic candidate for Congress in this
district, Mr. Kuhn would no doubt
spell it "coon." There are some,
however, who would spell it "Den
Cambridge City, Sept. 25, (Spl.)
Miss Nora Mungavin has- returned to
her home in Indianapolis after a
short visit with Miss Margarite Ken
Miss Mae Crossley left for Bloom-
ington, Ind., today where she will
visit her sister Mrs. Edwrad Flan
ders for a few months.
Chas. P. Doney was the guest of
friends in Lewisville, Sunday.
Dr. Chas.. Kniese has returned
from an extended trip through North
Raymond Bieser was the guest of
friends in Knightstown, yesterday.
Miss Inas Enyeart, who has been
the guest of Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Brown
at Richmond for the past week, re
turned home today.
Mr. and Mrs. Jerry McDaniels re
turned from a trip to Portland, Oreg.
Washington and other points of in
terest in the Northwest, this morn
ing. Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Elliott have
returned to their home in Indianapo
lis after a brief visit with relatives.
John Smith, a former Cambridge
boy and who is now located at Day
ton, O., is here visiting old friends
during the street fair.
Mr. and Mrs. Robt. Steele returned
to their home in Indianapolis today
after a few days visit with his par
ents, Mr. and Mrs. R. D. Steele.
Centerville, Sept. V25. (Spl.) The
Rev. Alonzo Cloud of West Richmond,
preached an excellent sermon to a
large congregation at the Friends
church on Sunday morning. This
closes Rev. Cloud's engagement for
the present1 year at the Friends'
church in Centerville.
Mrs. Matilda Hamilton and Miss
Elizabeth Romberg, both of Richmond
were entertained at supper on Sunday
by Mr. and Mrs. Charles Ireton.
Mrs. James M. Hill of Indianapolis,
was the guest on Monday of Mr. and
Mrs. G. W. Cornelius.
Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Early and their
rlTiisrhtf r Filth, of T?H. Missouri.
who have been guests for several
(lays ol -vii. xxid j. v . noiue,
and other relatives, left on Monday
to visit Mr. and Mrs. M. Early at Ar-
Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Jamison and
Mr. and Mrs. Oliver B. Jamison, all
of Indianapolis, spent Sunday with
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Black.
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Teas entertained
at dinner on Sunday, the Rev. and
Mrs. Alonzo Cloud and . famiily of
Wedding at Dublin.
Dublin, Ind., Sept. 23. (Spl.) The
marriage of Mr. James Stamina of
Mt Auburn and Mrs. Cora Cromer of
Dublin took place Tuesday afternoon
at 4:30 o'clock at the home of the
bride on South Johnson street, the
Rev. Godwin of the M. E. church of
ficiating. The groom is a moulder.
employed at Bertch's factory, Cam
bridge City and the bride lived form
erly in this city. They will reside in
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ARE STILL AT SEA
New York Republicans Will go
Into Convention Without
HUGHES WILL BE STRONG
CONGRESSMAN DRISCC-L GIVES
THE KEYNOTE AND TAKES A
RAP AT BOSS ODELL WHILE
Saratoga, 5s. Y., Sept. 23. There
has been no such crystalization of
sentiment in favor of any one candi
date for the Republican nomination
for governor of New York as to make
it possible to predict with accuracy
the choice that will bo made by the
Republican state convention, which
was called to order here at noon. Ex
Governor Frank S. Black has develop
ed some strength, but he is quoted as
saying he will be a candidate only on
the unanimous demand of the dele
gates, and New York county, with 150
votes, is alleged to be opposed to him
and for Charles E. Hughes, the insur
ance investigator. Lieutenant Gover
nor M. Linn Bruce's friends are hope
ful that he will be chosen, as he has
some friends in the New York county
delegation, and as Mr. Hughes' up
state strength is said to be not great.
There is some talk of Secretary of
State Elihu Root and Judge HIscock,
but it can not be said to have taken
definite form in favor of either of the
Ex-Governor B. B. Odell, chairman
of the state committee, called the con
vention to order. After some prelim
inary business the committee on tem
porary organization submitted its re
port, naming Representative Michael
E. Driscoll of Syracuse for temporary
chairman. The report wa3 adopted
and Mr. Driscoll took the chair.
Congressman Driscoll's speech was
an enthusiastic tribute to the Repub
lican party and its national and state
politics and leaders. He asserted that
the Democrats themselves, as ' the
years roll by, "are enlightened by tin
logic of events and admit the wisdom
of nearly all the important act3 of
their opponents." He declared also
that the great majority of Democrats
secretly. If not openly, admit the gen
eral necessity for the defeat of Bryan
in 1908, and incidentally he pasacd
glowing enconiums or. the memory of
William McKinley. "They also admit,"
he said, "our wisdom in electing to
the same exalted office that tireless
worker and finished scholar, dauntless
protector of the people's rights and in
comparable executive, Theodore
Roosevelt. They say he is a good
enough Democrat for them. We an
swer that he is a good enough Repub
lican for us."
When Mr. Driscoll mentioned the
name of Governor Higgins the conven
tion cheered heartily, but a little later.,
when Mr. Driscoll spoke of jthe admin
istration of state affairs having been
"independent cf bosses," there was a
roar of laughter. State Chairman
Odell, whose eyes were .wandering
over the audience, turned quickly and
looked sharply "at the speaker, but his
face showed no emotion.
On motion of Charles Anderson, a
colored delegate from New York city,
deputy collector of internal revenue,
a resolution denouncing mob violence
and Iynchius and d-em anting equal
prote.ctloa for all race, was adopted
escriptlon, In Richmond or Wayne
ows, Elks, Knights of Pythias,
hts and Ladies of Honor, the Druids,
Rathbone Sisters, Daughters of Re
dern Woodmen, Sons of Veterans,
of the G. A. R.. Ancient Order of Hi-
ians, Catholic Knights of America, St.
rs' Protective Association, Women's
act any and all other societies of like
Contest will run until Nov. 15th.
lodge you vote for)
oy unanimous consent.
The routine business being conclud
ed the convention took a recess until
General Stewart L. Woodford,
former minister of the "United States
to Spain, will be chairman of the com
mittee on resolutions. The platform
will not be presented till Wednesday.
Governor Higgins Issued a state
ment in which he says he has not
sought and will not accept a renom
ination. Governor Ide's Report.
Manila, Sept. 25. In his report
mad to the Philippine commission
Governor General Ide states that the
conditions in the Philippines have Im
proved materially' during the fiscal
year. "Many provinces, says the re
port, are in a stage of absolute tran
puillity except in the islands of Samar
and Leyte, where fanatical sects have
caused more or less disturbances in
some provinces. Little br no interest
in politics have been manifested by
the Filipinos, according to the report,
except local agitation in Manila,
where different factions in the ap
proaching assembly are marked by
bitterness and intensity of feeling.
Miners Escape Flames.
Calumet, Mich., Sept. 25. Fire,
which endangered hundreds of lives,
broke out under ground in No. 1 shaft
at the North Kearsarge branch of the
Osceola Consolidated mine. There are
800 men employed at the property,
most of them working under ground.
When the presence of fire became
known the men made a mad rush for
No. 3 shaft, where they were hoisted
in the skip as rapidly as possible.
Many men working at the bottom of
the shaft were forced to climb nearly
l,0f0 feet to reach a drift connecting
with No. 3. v Many of these encoun
tered smoke and gas and were over
come. Nearly Two Hundred Drown.
Lucknow, India, Sept. 25. A boat
containing 200 persons capsized in
mid-stream while crossing the river
Indus. The passengers were swept
down stream and only 30 were saved.
They are supposed to have been trad
ers from the provinces going to the
interior. - .
Shaw In the South.
Texarkana, Ark., Sept. 25.- Leslie
M. Shaw, secretary of the treasury,
was a guest of this city. He was ten
dered a reception at the Elks club
rooms by the bankers and business
men. Mr. Shaw spoke at the Grand
Opera House for nearly three hours
la defense of the Republican doctrine.
In an interview Mr. Shaw denied that
his visit south had anything in par
ticular to do with the location of an
additional subtreasury.. . Secretary
Shaw goes from here to Fort Smith.
Vote Town Dry.
Plain City, O., Sept. 25. The "dry"
element wm by a majority of 67
votes in the local option election Just
held here. The saloons were voted
out of Plain City two years ago. The
temperance people have been holding
meetings day and night for the past
The cloth of the old Egyptians was
so good that, although it has been used
for thousands of years as wrappings of
the mummies, the Arabs of today can
wear it. It Is all of linen, the ancient
Egyptians considering wool unclean.
To comprehend 1 strive in vain
The subject now In hand.
The more they talk to make It plain
The less I understand.
Detroit Free Press.
Have yon had any trouble with your
"Not lately. I'm livfog with my thlsC
wife. Cleveland Plain Dealer
Old Coat. -
His coat never seems to fit him.
"No. They're all so badly-worn."
Of Their Crews Alleged Against
Masters of Whalers.
San Francisco, Sept. 25. Secretary
Metcalf of the department of com
merce and labor has ordered the cus
toms collectors of Juneau, Port Town
send and San Francisco to arrest on
their arrival the masters of the whal
ing steamers Bowhead, Karluk, Nar
whal, Thrasher, Alexander and Bonan
za, vessels which were icebound all
winter at Point Barrow. The masters
will be charged with having neglected
t provide their crews with lime juice
and other anti-scorbutics and medi
cines prescribed by law for the health
of their crews. Forty-four members
of the crews of the vessels will be
sent to this city as witnesses against
the captains. Two of the vessels, the
Bonanza and Alexander, have beep
Marines Desert Service.
Washington, Sept. 25. Marines
have been deserting the barracks on
Mare Island, Cal., at a rate which has
made it necessary for Brigadier Gen
eral G. F. Elliott, commanding the ma
rine corps, to detail a second lieuten
ant and several experienced enlisted
men as a squad, whose sole duty it
is to search San Francisco for desert
ers from the marine corps. So great
has been the demand for laborers in
San Francisco that representatives of
labor agencies have been visiting
Mare Island and urging the marines
to desert the service.
I , Honolulu, Sent. 25 -r4 The Demo
cratic, territorial u convention in its
platform declares that W. J. Bryan is
the acknowledged leader of the party.
After an expressing approval of the
Roosevelt administration the home
rulers endorse George R. Carter, the
present incumbent, for governor.
A Season's Drawback.
There are some things almost a crime
I'm free and anxious to confess.
About the good old summer time.
Borne points that only spell distress.
And one of thesV as yu may gruess.
By trying for It altogether.
Is nothing more and nothing less
Than just the standard summer
"When It is ninety in tb shade.
Or even maybe not as many, ",
But still enough so you are made
To shed your very lightest Benny
It doesn't cause you to have any
Sensation other than deep sorrow
When the predictions for a penny
Say t will hotter be tomorrow.
Of course I wouldn't like to see
The mercury at zero nesting
"When summer time was running free
And all the countryside infesting.
But still I thin, it needs arresting
Or being treat even badder
When it goes creeping skyward testing
Its power to scale the tallest ladder.
Oh, summer would be simply great
1 Had it no drawbacks you might men
tion! Of course we don't expect to skate
Or get from Santa Claus a pension,
But one place where it gets attention
Is hardly In Its cap a feather;
Of course I mean that raw Invention
That's known to every one as weather.
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See our Line
wsM tiade your
MODES Ur THE MOMENT.
Embroideries and braidings are wide
ly In vogue, aud the designs grow
more and more elaborate.
Colored silk gloves seem to have losi
their prestige, tan, white and black
seeming to find more favor.
The colored linens which are much
In vogue show embroideries picked out
with seven or eight shades of silk of
the gown color.
Those who follow the French fash
ions closely are having their early fall
costumes made with basques, the
waist line beiDg just as high up as It Is
possible to make it.
Exquisite frocks are fashioned out of
handkerchief linen, which may be had
so fine as to resemble batiste and is
more satisfactory except for the most
elaborate occasions, as It has more
body and therefore does not become so
easily crushed. New York Post.
You can't jjet something for nothing
In this world."
"Yes, you can," said the much dis
ciplined small boy. "I did yesterday.
"Wnat was it?"
"A. whipping." Washington Star.
"And how Is the world treating yon?
aid the brindle pup of the spa vine!
-Oh," said the flea. I get a bits
now and then, but how is it with yof
T manage to scratch clonic" '
The man who Tends himself to a
doubtful enterprise usually has trou
ble enough without borrowing any. '
A hot temper is no earnest of f
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