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The Richmond Palladium, : Friday, November 9, 1906.
ags Four. THE RICHMOND PALLADIUM Entered at Richmond PostofTlce as Second Class Matter FRIDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 9,1906 War! In the Sun-Telegram last night the Rev. Kuhn Issued a statement declaring war upon the Republican party and practically announcing his intention of seeking the nomination as Democratic candidate for con gress again two years hence. The Rev. Mr. Kuhn is probably led to announce himself thus early owing owing to the elation he must un doubtedly feel on account of the close race he ran the successful can didate this year, Mr. Watson. He forgets, however, the help he received from Republicans who "scratched" their ticket while laboring under the misapprehension that Mr. Watson had not represented them, will be lost to him two years from now when they will fully realize the mis take they have made and the injustice they have done Mr. Watson. The Rev. Mr. Kuhn next time will also be opposed by the many Re publicans who did not vote at all this time owing to over-confidence, and for this we may thank him for having made so close a race this time. The Democratic war which the Rev. Mr. Kuhn is proposing to wage will end with the same conclusion all Democratic wars do in this county and district and that Is defeat, and the kind of defeat only Re publicans can administer. THE PALLADIUM'S CONTEST Continued from Page One. ure 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. Mall 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 tfte coupon ap pearing today will not be good after November 15. 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 Wayno County Is eligible. Masons, Odd Fellows, Elks, Knights of Pythlac Knights of Columbus, Red Men, Knights and Ladles 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 Ladles 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. Clip the Ballots. Clip the ballot below, fill it In properly and send or bring 'I to the Pal ladium not later than November 15.The contest will run until Nov. 15th. This Ballot NOT GOOD AFTER NOV. 15th PALLADIUM VOTING CONTEST ONE VOTE COUPON For the Most Popular Lodge In Richmond or Wayne County, this ballot Is cast for - v X Um tills Hue write plainly name of lodge you vote loo CF (On this Crrfr txvrs are not permitted to receive ballots from their patrons. Fill in tbe ballot, mall, or bring It to the Palladium office before the expiration of abOTe date, otherwise it cannot be considered. A new ballot will appear In the Palladium dally. CAMBRIDGE CITY. Cambridge City, Nov. S,(Spl.) Mrs. Lewis Bealle, who has been con fined to her home in East Cambridge for the past week, is improving in health. Edward Drischell, traveling shoe salesman in the southern states, out of Columbus, O., came home last Sat urday, lie has closed the seson and will not resume work until next March. The "Waller property on Dale aven ue has been sold to James Paul of Henry county, through the W. II. Doney agency. Consideration $1,300. Mr. "Paul will take possession March 3, and will make it his home. Miss Gertrude Hastings, who has been the guest of Mr. and Mrs. M. R. Krahl for the past few days will re turn to her home in Buffalo, N. Y.,' to morrow. Miss Bertha Bowman of Terre Haute is here visiting her uncle Chas. Myers and wife for a few days. Mrs. C. W. D. Jones was the guest of Knightstown friends yesterday. I. L. Whiteley and son have closed their canning business for the season They have canned over 112.0J0 cans of tomatoes this season, all of which have been sold and shipped avwiy. Almost all the tomatoes used were of their own raising, and together with their large crop of apples and pears, made them a busy season. Mrs. Frank Marson visited friends in Knightstown, today. Letters of Patent have been grant ed to Casper Schafer, on a new orna mental gas stove. Mrs. "Will Harrison and daughter Nina visted in Richmond yesterday. TO BE BURDENED WITH STORE ROOM THEATRES The Pastime Amusement Company of Dayton, will open two store room theatres In Richmond, one of them to be located on South 6th, the other at some point on M3in street. The thea tres will show moving pictures o.f special interest. Legislator Dying. Ttarion. O.. Nov. 8. Dr. John Hen ry Criswell. Democrat, who was elect ed to the state legislature in 1903 and has one more year to serve, is dying at his home in this city of diabttes. Dr. Criswell is a graduate of Starling at Columbus, practicing medicine since 1875. He served two years as probate judge. line write location of lodge) - MONTHLY MEETING OF THE TOWNSHIP TRUSTEES The monthly meeting of the town ship trustees and County Superintend ent Jordan was held yesterday in the office of the superintendent at the court house. There was no business of general interest transacted. Sev eral of the trustees were unable to be present. Physicians to Meet Here. The annual sessions of the Sixth Councillor District of Physicians will be held in Richmond in, January. The exact dates have not been announced. Between seventy-five and one hundred physicians from various parts of the district will, be in attendance. FIVE BURNED TO DEATH IN OLD TENEMENT HOUSE IPublishers Presal New York, Nov. S. Penned In by fire four children and one woman were burned to death in a tenement house Jire on the East Side late to day. "When finally the blaze had been extinguished and the firemen could penetrate the building, the bod ies of the victims, charred beyond possibility of recognition, were found in the ruins. Continue a Day Longer. Owing to the great interest being shown in the Eveugelistic meetings at South Eighth Street Friends church, it was decided at last night's meeting that the sessions would continue this afternoon and evening. The sermon last night night by John L. Kittrell was one of exceptional power gnd it had its effect upon the congregation. Dr. V. D. Ludwig of Connersville is the guest of Dr. McDivitt, South St street. NOTICE OF APPOINTM State of In y. ss. ised. Estate of Jtfin Hatfield Notice is he the un by the aersignea nas area appoi Wayne Circuit with the will ai Iministrator rJie estate of John Hatfield, dec late of Wayne County, Indiana. 'suppos- ed to be solvent. ISAAC A. GORMAN, Administrator. Wru. A. Bond, Attorney. dly 9-16-23. I ENJE !iana. Wavne Com . dJFe; lUby given tht uen appoiwed Wourt, M iAxed os SastateJ CHANLER IS NOW LEADING BRUCE Lqos as if Whole Democrat Ticket in New York Outside Hearst has Been Elected COUNT NOT YET COMPLETE RETURNS ARE COPIING IN EX TREMELY SLOW AND MANY COUNTIES HAVE NOT SENT IN THEIR OFFICIAL VOTES. IPublishers Freaaj Ne-w York, Nov. 8. The election of the entire state Democratic ticket, with the exception of governor, is in dicated by the latest returns received. The closest contest appears to be be tween Louis Stuyvesant Chanler, Democratic and. Independence league nominee for lieutenant governor, and M. LIna Bruce, his Republican oppo nent. New York, Nov. 8. With nearly complete returns from 51 of the 61 counties in the state Lewis Stuyve sant Chanler, the Democratic and In dependence league candidate for lieu tenant governor, has a lead over M. Linn Bruce, the Republican candidate, of 20,557. The missing counties are Essex, Hamilton, Niagara, Ontario, Orange, Fulton, Monroe, Rockland and Yates. Estimated, returns from Orange county give Bruce a plurality of 2,766, and an estimate from Monroe county credits Bruce with a lead of 3,600 over Chanler. These figures, deduct ed from Chanler's whole plurality, leaves him with a lead of 14,291 with eight counties still to be heard from. The returns are coming in extremely slow, and the count on the remainder of the state ticket Is as far from be ing complete as is the total for lieu tenant governor. In many instances the county clerks, to which the re turns of county balloting Is made, have not yet opened the sealed en velopes in which the official reports of voting are enclosed. Chairman Conners of the Demo cratic state committee issued a call for a meeting of the full committee to be held at the Victoria hotel in this city. The object of the meeting is to devise plans to "safeguard the inter ests of the Democratic state ticket." Timothy L. Woodruff, chairman of th'e Republican state committee, was at headquarters. He said he was not in a position to make any statement, and would make no claims or conces sions. Missouri Results. St Louis, Nov. 8. Unofficial re turns from 105 of the 114 counties in Missouri show that the Democratic state ticket has won by a majority of probably 6.000. There is still some uncertainty for supreme judge. Ken- nish (Rep.) has carried every county so far heard from, whereas Woodson (Dem.) Is slightly behind, and it will necessitate full returns to decide. Nineteen state senators were elected Tuesday. Of this number 14 are Dem ocrats and 5 Republicans. As they serve for four years they will have a voice in the selection of a United States senator. Millions Lost On Hearst. NewyYork, Nov. S. While Wall streets paying off nearly $2,000,000 in efection bets on the heads of the t6 big tickets, politicians are specu- ting over the results of the election as far as the rest of the Republican or Democratic candidates are concern ed. Losers of election bets have paid over $600,000 to Hughes supporters without a protest, but the success of all of the other candidates Js in doubt and the official count may be neces sary to determine the winners. Both Claim Kansas. Topeka, Kan., Nov. 8. Both Repub licans and Democrats were still claim ing the election of their candidates for governor. Chairman Crummier of the Republican central committee claimed the re-election of Edward W. Hoch over William A. Harris, Demo crat, bj.pver 4000. Chairman Ryan Lis ChA Skirt JMe I S . I I Jf if of tbe Democratic state central com mittee w-as quite as positive that Mr. Harris had been elected by 2,000. Montana Republican. Helena, Mont., Nov. 8. Reports from every county in the state indi cate that the legislature, which will elect a senator to succeed Senator W. A. Clark, will consist of 57 Republi cans and 46 Democrats, giving the Re publicans a majority of 13 on joint ballot. The latest figures on the state ticket do not make any change in the estimate giving Pray (Rep.) 5,000 plurality for congressman. Successful Candidate Missing. Wichita, Kan., Nov. 8. John B; Kay, successful candidate for clerk in Stafford county, Kan., hae been miss ing from his home since Oct. 31 When last seen he was making his campaign at Hudson against person alities urged by some bitter oppo nents. Whether he met with foul play or became mentally unbalanced and wandered off is not known. Democratic Victory. Towanda, Pa., Nov. 8. Complete returns from the Fourteenth congres sional district show that Congress man Mielelly (Rep.) was, defeated fr re-election by George W. Klpp (Dem. and Lincoln) by 747 majority. Republicans Have Legislature. . Denver, Colo., Nov. 8. According to the latest returns, the Republicans will hare a majority of 44 on joint ballot in the next legislature, which will elect a. United States senator to succeed Thomas M. Patterson (Dem.). PETITIONS FOR RECEIVER THE SUIT OF WM. J. BONE Asks That Court Take Hand in the Affairs of the Wayne Oil Company, a Concern Organized for Drilling Wells in Jay County. William J. Bone yesterday filed t petition in the Wayne circuit court to have a receiver appointed for the Wayne Oil Company, a company which was organized in Wayne coun ty several years ago for the purpose of drilling wells in Jay county, near Portland. Bone, in his petition, re cites that he was employed hy the Wayne Oil Co., to manage its leases and to superintend the drilling of the wells. The company ceased business owing him, he avers, $350. Bone fur ther alleges that the company has but three wells, is producing little or no oil and owes a National bank at Port land the sum of $2,150. Bone declares that the stockholders have not paid all that they owe on their stock and that if this were paid all obligations of the company could be met. He asks that a receiver be appointed and that the affairs of the company be closed up. HAD SPLENDID SUCCESS Second Presbyterian Revival has Been Source of Great Good Comes to Close Tonight. The revival which comes to a close at the Second Presbyterian church tonight has been one of the most suc cessful in the history of that church. The Rev. Howard G. Wilkinson has proved himself to be a powerful min ister. There have been thirtybn versions and a number of reedica tions. At the meeting last nisfit there was a congregation of ovextwo hun dred. Tonight the Rev.JFIr. Wilkin son will preach on "3fomorrow the Day that "Never Com Use artificial gad )r light and heat lfc tf Cambridge Services. Cambridge City. Nov. 8. (Spl) jThe Presbyterian church: Sunday Novem ber 11. Sunday school 9:3L m., morning sermon, Rev. Hawy, 10:45; evening sermon 7 o cloekJunior En deavor 2:30. subject, "iyvid Livings ton." Carl Wastar. leaMtr. Artificial gas, thi j til Ootur fuel. -4-tf SENIORS GO BACK MlnUS 01MS In Order That Football Players May go to New Castle Mutineers Give In. ARE CUT BY THE GJRLS THOSE OF THE GENTLER SEX DE CLARE THE BOYS LACK "EN OUGH NERVE TO BE WORTHY ESCORTS FOR THEM. The Seniors without their corduroys returned to school yesterday morning, much against their will but as wTas ex pected by the authorities. They would still be at leisure but a few of foot ball players who are in the class want ed to return so that they could play Saturday at New Castle. The old ad age "United we stand and divided we fall" he.ld good in this case and as one student puts it, the whole class gave in to a few fellows that wanted to go to a dance and let the class go to the wall. The Senior girls that have stood by the boys in their trouble said yester day, according to one of the students that they will now have nothing to do with those boys for they have not nerve and surely not enough to be their escorts. They say that if the boys are willing to make the class the laughing stock of the town and be called quitters just for the sake of a few New Castle girls let them pick their company hereafter. The matter will be dropped for the rest of this week but next week a definite understanding will be reached. The Seniors all agree that it is too much financially to lay the pants away right away and that they neither be allowed to wear their corduroy pants to school or else the board make several changes in things that no- exist in the school with their permis sion. SOLDIERS SHOOT WILD IN EXECUTING CHILDREN Harrowing Tale Told of the Killing of Three Children in Russia, Con victed of Robbery Soldiers Were Deeply Touched. St. Petersburg, Nov. 9. The Riga correspondent of the Bourse Gazette sends that paper a harowing descrip tion of the recent execution of 3 ycung boys convicted by Drumhead court martial of robbery and condem ned to death. The children were placed against a wall, in the courtyard of the barracks, and their pitiable appearance so un nerved the troops that rtey fired wildly and several volleys were nec essary before the little fellows were finally killed. The city of Riga is greatly wrought up over the bloodthirsty justice that would take the lives of children and all classes of subjects express freely intense indignation at the executions. GARTSIDE CASE GOES TO HENRY COUNTY COURT In the case of W. N. Gartside against the city of Richmond, for $7,500 damages, alleged to have been done to his property by the vacation of North Fourteenth St. as petition ed for and granted to the American Seeding Machine Company, has been sent to Henry County on a change of venue. The Horticultural Society will meet at the Court House Saturday and Judge Luther C. Abbott will be the speaker of the afternoon. An unus ually interesting session is in pres .f., PHONE 1717 Upholstering. Yarni ling and .1 f Chair Cani Mattresses Mi Repaired ROBERT HErURT, Jr. 315 Sou Ik 5th ,f, fr, Jf, Jr. Hive MC'CHA AND JAVA (WFEE fl SPECIAL! BEF HIVE GIIOCERY ALF$RB'S CUT EAT DRUG STORE. Prescription Promptly Filled. Cor. 9th and Main. - . . . , (H jams Juned' W ionoror Rent I' The Starr Piano Co. ! 93ll935 Main Street. IWODAKS Mm SUPPLIES fvv w" H" Rv3s DRUG co- Phon.s 77 804 Main Street Ross' Perfection Tooth Brush Guaranteed 35c. i Friday's land Saturday's Fine pickling onDns, some stew at prices that can not be equalled, 60c bushel. Vears, Pears, fancy Kiefers for only 50c bushed Potatoes, Potal es 70c Salt, Salt, 100 bunds for 6 5 lb. Sacks airy Salt 3 qts. NavKBeaDs and 30 1 lb. Fancy Irtajaial Tea and 60 Stamps for 60c Store open Friol night. Regular prices for cash which are always lowest in Richmond. S. & H. Stamps. HOOD'S MODEL DEPARTMENT STORE Trading Stamps with AH Purchases. Free Delivery. New Phone 1079; Old Phone 13 R. Store Open Tuesday, Friday and -p Saturday Evenings. 41 1-4 13 Main Street. eeeeeeeeset rr1 mrrmm i ! I RichimOd X rhonfl57 Monument Co. t th Eighth St. Richmond, Ind. X $ JL The jiew RECORDS For th month of No- U vember re on sale at v MCHMOND Talking Machine Company, Cor. Main and Eleventh St. of them large enough to bushel. 40c. for 25c Stamps 30c. e