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A LABOR PAPER'S STAND INSPECTORS HERE FOR THE SUPPLIES County Clerk Had a Busy Day STATE PLURALITY WILL BE 30,000 Eleven Republican Congress men Will be Elected on Next Tuesday. HAS ENDORSED KIRKMAN THE CHICAGO, CIIICIIIIIATI & LOUISVILLE R. R. (TUB NEW WAV) Effective May 20th, ltd. Edgar A. Perkins, Editor of "The Union" Declares Himself in Favor j of the Wayne County Senator Be ; cause of his Fairness to the Labor ing Vote in State. The Richmond Palladium; Sunday, November 4, 1906. of It But the Task Was Well Done. EVERYTING NOW READY. EAST BOUNCb fr.M. 400 440 Lmt Biebmond - Callage Orove. fdTg Cincinnati B 06 45 T M as 10 u XI tO 10 Arrive froc the EaiL I,- OlodsnaU Oattac Grove.... jcftva KlGhmoDd. a. m. 89 10 10 10 45 4 M 090 CO 9 10 west bound. Lmtc Richmond 10 46 11 BT It 61 1 48 A. e 00 7 Uw id lo is aiaacie. ArrtT Marlon. " Fern - Ortmth CUt o OS Armee trem tbe Weet. l.eve Obieago MW.M 4 Leave Fera Arrive Richmond e oo 9 06 4 40 T M Dally. nly. a t DeVy except Sand?, Bandar Bans to bnmi.ii dally exoept feonday. The n.4 am. train from Richmond makes direct connection at Griffith with Qraad Trunk forChlcagu, arrlln Chicago 7 n, m. . All eait-bo and trataa make direct connec tion at Cottage Orore with O- H. I for Oxford. Hamilton. Liber ty.QonnersTlUeaad KaihTttle. ' For farther information regarding rate rnd train connection, aikj f C A. BLAIR, .ion. Phcnc 4C. Pass, and Ticket Agt I INDIANA, COLUMBUS & J EASTERN TRACTION CO. DAYTON-RICHMOND. DIVISION ; TIME TABLE EFFECTIVE OCT. 15, i 1906 A.M. Rlchm'd lv.;6:00 New West. 6:20 New Hope 6:30j Eaton 6:42 West Alex j6;55( Johnsville 7:11 N. Lebanon 7:15 Dayton Ar. 7:55j P.MJ P.M.;P M. (8:009:20j11:00 8:20 :3711:20 (8:30 9;4511:30 8:42 954;11:42 8: 55J10) 041 1 : 58 9:i5jiq:i9 9:551Q:55 All cars make connections at- New Westville for Cedar Springy and New Paris. j Connections at Dayton for Hamil ton, Cincinnati, Springfield. Columbus, Newark, Zanesville, Lancastf ry Clrcle ville. Chillicothe, Delaware! Marion, Xenia, Troy, Piqua, Lima Findlay, Toledo, Sandusky, Cleveland, Detroit and many other points. J . Limited cars from Dayton to Spring field every hour 7:30 a. ml to 7.30 p. m. No excess on Dayton Springfield Limited. 150 pounds of baggage check ed free. Ticket office 28 3. 8th stree Home Phone 269. MARTIN SWISHER. A WN. WAKINCk Plumber and GIs Titter Bicycles and Smtfries Phono 1482. 400 Main St. A ,f. ,ti iti fc f- -- - - PHONE 1717 Upholstering, Varnishiag and Chair Canii3. Mattresses Made 4$ Repaired ROBERT H ERFURT, Jr. 315 South 5th ! . . - - - - Ti iti ifh iTi iTi iTi rfi A iti if i iti ifi iTi iti iTi TTTTttTTtTtTtttTTtttT xtTTT t Richmond Monument Co. 33 North ElghttAst. v Thone 1467 Richmond; Ind. Z. ala ala aZa aEa aXa aZa aZa SkasBi arey a eySF fsy ejSP Tej' S"S eE T"er a ii 1 Bj FOR SALE. Very desirable West Side es 4- .j. laence at normwesi corner or .j. b Main and West Seventh treets. W. H. Bradbury J Son 1-3 Westcott Block .j. 4- I Moorc&Onborn X a Write r Ire and Tornado nsur T I nee. Wa will bond vou.'Loin from $100 to $200. Phone MAm 1 RSIQ Roll t a . I ROOM I. O. O. F. BUILDING. Call Up (either phono) f Wc take your Want Ads by Phone and Charge- Them; 1 r jT-irTiifi t ; r f ELECTION EXPECTED TO MOVE SMOOTHLY AND THE CANVASS MAY BE COMPLETED BEFORE DAYLIGHT ON WEDNESDAY. Yesterday was a busy day at ; the court house. County Clerk Haas and County Auditor Hanes "dished" out the election supplies-- to the various inspectors who called and the .elec tion officers left the court-house bur dened down with voting parapherna ua. aii oi xne supplies were given out before nlgfitfall and each inspec tor signed the receipt book, showing that the delivery had been legally made. The inspectors, under the law, are custodians of the supplies from now until election morning when they will be turned over to the precinct election boards and the -voting will begin. The polls, as usual will be open from in the morning untilj 6 in the evening. - - - Everything is in readiness for . the election and the chairmen of both parties say they are prepared to go into the battle of ballots with a fair indication that the vote wilkbe heav ier than anticipated a few weeks ago.v Chairman Gardner Is especially san guine of 'the result of next (Tuesday! Though there has never been a ques tion as to the success of the entire Republican ticket by big pluraHtiesr there was some .fear a, few weeks ao that there would" "be a falling off in tfc,e vote. There Is no question that inter est in the campaign has been greatly increased during the past few days and the Republicans will reap the ben efit. - ; . Gordon Shillito Dead. Cincinnati, O., Nov. 3. Gordon Shil lito, retired member of the large , dry goods firm of John Shillito & Co., of this city, died - at the home of his brother, Stewart S. Shillito. He was ill a comparatively short time. Heart failure was the cause of death. Mr. 'Shlllitqy lived in Paris most of the time islnce 1SS2. He generally spent thesummer at Osterville, Mass. TO THE POINT Japanese army official, thought to be a spy, was arrested at Manila. Ha& sketched fortifications in the Philip pines. Five indictments for peonage against well known manufacturers were returned by tne reaerai gran a jury at Atlanta, Ga. Grand jury at Los Angeles, Cal., in- ,f vestigating registration frauds, discov ered that over S000 names were dupli cated or fraudulent. National Erectors' association, com prising manufacturers and erectors of steel structures, voted to continue its contest for "open shops." Captain John Joseph Kennedy, 84, a pioneer Ohio river engineer, known among rivermen from Pittsburg to the gulf, died at his home in Cincin nati, O. I At New Lisbon, Wis., Ned Taylor was killed and the- city marshal, George Wonderly, was fatally wound eyia an attempt to arrest a tramp spected of burglary. edin an attempt to arrest a tramp Use artiflcialfis for light and heat Lrospected of burglary. j 10-tf A ' ; " : : ; ; I I ''s,S'is7 WV I CkU -T VJ Jk. l j(l in, I 1 ' 7 Si r m i i i ....i.uitn u; :wma ! ja!i ja . n Fe-e-e i -s-mvffmia i - i i & iTTiSsv'-' a, i n fs'i The "Union" the labor paper of which Edgar A. Perkins, the recog nized leader of the Union Labor forces In Indiana, is the editor, con tains the follow in its last ssue: Many good men have been nomi nated by both parties for the next session of the Legislature-but it would be better if some who have been selected were not In the runn ing. - ' - "Several trades -unionists have been nominated in different sections of the State, and it is to be remarked that these nominees are without ex ception, men of character and ability. There have, however, been some men nominated for legislative positions who' are not members of organized labor who ' Should be elected for the same reason that organized labor is asking that its candidates be voted for, and that is in the interest of honest government. Among these Is Roscoe Kirkman, nominee for the State Senate from Wayne county. Mr. Kirkman served out an unexpired term in the State Senate at the last session, and had previously served a term in the House. His record in both branches of the Legislature is such as should commend him to those who believe in honesty in pubic af fairs. There is no doubt of- Mr. Kirk man's election, the 'majority in his favor being of such nature as to in sure this, but every one who believes in placing good men in office should embrace the opportunity of voting for Mr. Kirkman." ... . .. , Insurance Chiefs Summoned Nashville, Tenn., Nov, 3.yGecird. L. Dexter, managerof agents of the Mu tual Life Insurance company of New York, and E. R. Perkins," vice presi dent and manager of domestic ac counts of the New York Life Insur ance company, both of New York City, have been summoned here to appear before State Insurance Commissioner Reau E. Folk Thursday morning, No vember 8. The summons is for the purpose of continuing an investiga tion commenced by Mr. Folk this week. - Strike Averted. Pittsburg, Pa., Nov. 3. The threat ened strike of street car employes In this --city has been averted. This an nouncement was made here by Na tional President Mahoney of the Amal gamated Association of Street and Electric Railway Employes, who said the matter had been settled to the sat isfaction of all concerned. The trou ble was over the discharge of a con ductor for absenting himself from his duties Without leave. Strikers Enjoined. Topeka, Kas., Nov. 3. Restraining orders were issued by Judge Pollock in the United States district court en joining the Iron Molders union. No. 162, of Kansas City, Kas.. from in timidating and interfering with em ployes of the H. N. Straight Manufac turing company and the Armourdale Foundry company, whose urolders have been on strike since Ajfril last. Don't use harsh physic The reac tion weakens the bowels, leads to chronic constipation. Get Doan's Reg ulets. They operate easily, tone the stomach, curev consfpation. THE LATEST ESTIMATES SOME OF THE MORE ENTHUSIAS TIC FOLLOWERS OF THE RE PUBLICAN CAUSE PLACE THE FIGURES AT 40,000. ' Publishers Press Indianapolis. Nov. 3. Basing - the estimate on the most reliable informal atlon that can e obtained from all parties and from all sides, itls. be lieved that the Republicans will carrvj Indiana at the election next ruesaay by a plurality of from 30,000 to 40,000. The conservative Republicans are placing the figures at 30,000, while there are others, more visionary, who are claiming a plurality even as high as twice that figure. There is no liklihood, however that' it will be above 40,000, and it is more likely to be near 30,000. These estimates are reached after a careful consideration of the reports that have been received from all over the State, from Democratic as well as Republi can suC3s. The Republicans around State "headquarters are predicting the lareest plurality for their ticket of any "off" year in the history of the party.-"- ' ' ' i , These-' estimates apply to th 3 State ticket r-aion..-It is believed that the Democrats . Avlll ' elect two Congress men iti Indiana, and thaV the Republi cans will elect the other " eleven. In everycongressIonal- district except the Fourththe pluralities will sfce cut down. This willbe true of the . Demo cratic and the Republican candidates alike. The Sixth District, according to the best figures obtainable, will give Conerressmani Watson. . Republican, a plurality' of 3i30 to 4,000. Two- years ago htS had a plurality of 7,043. Rhubarb Mar Be Divided. " If rhubarb is to be divided it should be done in the autumn and not left to the spring, when the plants should be doing their beat work. Cut so each bud will have a good piece of root, and set with manure below the soil on which the root rests and manure above the soil covering it, the rain and snow of winter will do the rest. Later, if early outdoor stalks are wanted from established roots a tall box or . barrel should be put over each root with straw over the plant and a good wall of well rotted manure inside the ln- closure. There will probably be a good growth of tender stalks in the early spring. Winter Turnip. Good mellow ground Is best to use for turnips, but almost any kind will do. , Flow up a piece of oats stubble j orpull your onions and cultivate that up Be sure your ground is harrowed down .well. Select a good winter va riety of turnip seed. I think the winter purple top the best. Mix a ten cent package of seed in a half gallon of dry ashes and sow the whole broadcast over the ground, harrow In lightly, and if there are good fall rains you are as sured of a good crop of turnips. Mis- sourian. Can't look well, eat ' well or feel well with impure blood feeding your I body. Keep the blood pure with Bur dock Blood Bitters. Eat simply, take exercise, keep clean and you will have long life. Firiiture Each succeeding date greater. We are meeting thWoemand with the best and newest pieces. We want your trade, and consider it a pleasure to show you our stock, whether you are look ing to see what can be had, or looking to buy. 927 - FIRE ALArJM DIRECTORY flRSy DISTBI011. : South of jliin. West of 7tiu 1-2 1st and S.; C,' Piano Ffimrj. 1-3 2nd an S. B. 1-4 4th and SL D. 1-5 5th and .1-6 5th and S. H. l-7th and S. a l-97th and S. J. SECOND DISfRlOT.- ?onth of Main, betweaa 7th Ut& 2-1 8th and Main. 2-3 Sth and S. E. '2-4 7th and S. Q, a rsi i 1 m m l 2-5-lOth and SG 2-7 lltb and Jlaia. ' 2- 8 11th and S. J : THIRD DISTBlOtS South of Main, East of lltL M 12th andfs. B. j-2 12th and S. E. , 3- 4 14th andyklaui. 3-5-14th an4 S. C; 3-6 18tb and sN. 3-7 20th and Ma 3-S 15th and S. FOURTH D ITEI0T. iorth of Main, West 10th to rivet. 4-1 3d and Main, Rtbinsoaa sheik 4-23d and N. C. 4-3City Building. 4-4 Sth and N. G. 4-5 Gaar, Seott & Ci 4-6 No. 1 Hose Hoiise, N. Etf 4-7 Champion MiII 4-S 10th and N. I. 4-9 9th and N. E. 4- 12 City Electriff Light Plant FIFTH DISTRICT. West Richmond ind Sevastopol. 5 W. 3rd and Chestnut. 5- 1 W. 3d and National Arcane. 5-2 W. 3d and Kinsey. 5-3 W. 3d and Riohmff -Aytant, 5-4 W. 1st and R. 5-5 State and Boyer. 5-6 Grant and Ridge. 5-7 Hunt and Maple. 5-8 Grant and Sheridan. 5-9 Bridere Avenue. T&htr 5-12 Earlham ColIere. SIXTH DISTRICT. North of D, East of 10th. 6-1 Railroad Shops- 6-2 Hutton's Coffliractot 6-3 Hoosier Drill ytVork- -6-4 Wayne Work-. , 6-5 City Mill Wrkr 6-6 15th and RJR. 6-7 33th and NH. SEVENTH DJSTBxOT. Between Main and North Jt lOth.1. 7 9th and N. A. 7-1 11th and N. H. 7-2 14th and N. C. 7-3 No. 3 Hose Sous! 7-4 18th and NC. 7-5 22 d and N7 E. .. SPECIAL SIGNALC? 22-2 PatrollCall. 3-3-3 Fire Pressure. 1-2-1 Fire out. 3 Fire pressure on' "- . Fortunate Missourians. 'When I was a druggist, at Livonia, Mo.," writes T." J. Dwyer, now of Graysville, Mo., "three of my custom er were permanently curea oi con sumption by Dr. Kings New Discov ery, and are weu ana strong zoaay. 'One was trying to sell his property and move to Arizona, but after using New Discovery a short time he found it un necessary to do so. i regara ur. King's New Discovery as the most wonderful - medicine in existence Surest Cough and Cold Cure and Throat and Lung healer. Guaranteed by A. G. Luken Co., druggists, 50c and $1. Trial bottle free. Battled With a Gale. Boston, Nov. 3. The Plant line steamer Halifax which sailed from Halifax Wednesday, arrived here after a dangerous experience in a storm during which the ship's carpenter. John McLean of Halifax, was swept overboard and lost. The steamer was considerably damaged by the gale and heavy &eas, doors and windows hav ing been broken and a plate started on the starboard side forward. For 24 hours the vessel was hove to. i R. x r 1 of ftiality At Moderate Prices, is Our Hotto. A the demand for good, honest, 929 Main Street. . jl Dr.L.S.Chenow I DENTI. JOQiSouth' OFFlCt HOURS ' 8 a. m. . every day except Tuesday. Lady Assistant. a a s-a av e Aeaa w. s. .ex ,a, S, ,a .ej i ne new ; RECORDS For the month ol vember are 'on sal RICHMOND Talksnplachine Company, Cor. Main and Eleventh St. Hives, eczema, itch, or salt rheum sets you crazy. Can't bear the touch of your clothing. Doan's Ointment cures the most obstinate cases. Why suffer. All druggists sell it. ST : l o M X lit T M I 1 I Sweet .ider (Just MadC This X X X is sweet and cujod... 1 x t New ChestnulfcXGrUrtes Golden I Rambo and Variman Eating t T X t ADDles at Xr X HADLEY BROS. t Phone 292. V AL. H. HUKT I I 7 North mmjf has some good valuerm Real Es- ', tate. Rents cllect3 and every attention givenlthproperty. " GERTRUDE BRESLAD mm OF NORWOOD A SPECIAL BS pm MESSAGE f4m JM jT Vj- -jf--A FREE TO WOHEN .0f vs. Industrial Servitude, Var, Child Labor. RICHMOND, IWD. MONDAY, NOVEMBER 5, 1906 p nL, Odd Fellows Hall, Frcnt Room, Eibth and lVIain aid Style well constructed furniture is ! SUNDAY EXCURSION iimRATESuii VIA LJpaytori Dayton ani Return. Eaton and Tickets at abo every Sunday until further notice. A GIB H. SC INVESTMENTS REAL EST :nta LOANS and General Brokerage 707 tin St. RICHMOND, IND. : f r.lerchonts Delivery Headquarters llift's Store Phone 723 PARK, CHICAGO .J Ml ... s .'- t i Rim... rumsmhw SMhSf. II. aitteCe. V n az r a . - as w .. m 4 mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm , - - I f & Wdstern ! - 11.00 Ketura. - I- - .60 cjjce will be sold QTT ! re X 4 I : THIS SPHINX PROMISES TO ANS WER. 6 '