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The Richmond Palladium, Monday, December 10, 1906. THE RICHMOND PALLADIUM BOOK OF VERSES WORTH READING -Ipnceredat Richmond Postoffflee as Second Class Matter A' Message From Santa Clais: MONDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 10, 1906 RICHMOND, IND. NUMBER 30 1. Letter Addressed to Young Hen's, Committee of Y. H. C. A. Movement Chairman Hiser Urges the Most Earnest of Work and Shows Why Christmas Is Just as Good Time for Pleading Subscriptions as any Other. Henry K. Burton Doing Special Work for Palladium Has Poetic Ability. A CHRISTMAS BOOKLET W. S. Hiser of the Young Men's Committee of the Y. M. C. A. has sent out the following announcement rela tive to the work of soliciting, and also calling attention to the special meet ing thfe evening: v Dear Sir: It requires time pati ence and selfsacrificing work to build up any kind of an enterprise or busi ness. In establishing a Y. M. C. A. here we should not be surprised to find that wef must follow these same common principles of business. This move especially true where the pub lic is solicited to pledge money and not get value received directly into their hands. Under whatever circum stances may exist the wise business man keeps steadily and persistently, working away, knowing that the re; ward of such efforts is ultimate suc cess. In our Y. M. C. A. we must all work and do it while the chance. 13 here. The prevailing excuse is "I am too busy," but it is busy men who do things If they get at it. We daily choose what to do and what to leave undone. It may bo that the Y. M. C. A. soliciting has been left undone by you; and it may be it has been done and new card3 taken out on which pledges have been secured. Until af ter the holidays the Y. M. C. A. so liciting may become part of our tin done work, more than we will allow It to be after the holidays. At Xmas is a good. time for people to pledge and give. Since no money is to be paid, pledging would not interfere with Xmas buying, unless it would curtain the buying and swell the Y. M. C. A. pledge. Keep the cards you have, see the men, get a few more and solicit as much as you can before the holidays and after that we will get down to business in earnest. There will be some big developments In large sub scriptions then. I have been most successful In so liciting at night and on Sundays. Pledges for about $135 were gotten by me last Sunday. Carets and pled ges may be obtained at any time dur ing the day. If you have not (met with th committee of 120 young men, or if you have, be sure and be pres ent at the Masonic Temple at 7:30 Monday evening. It will help you. Tickets for Coliseum concert will be distributed. This Y. M. C. A. needs not only our money but our time. Sincerely, ' W. S. HISER, Chairman. HAGERST0WN. ITagerstown, Ind. Dec. 9, (Spl.) M,r. and Mrs. John Worl spent yes terday with friends in Richmond. Mr. and Mrs. Alvy Cox are visiting friends in Greensfork. Mr.' Merton Grills has returned home after a week's visit in Rich mond. Mrs. Clifford Canady of New Castle spent yesterday here with relatives. Mr. John Foulk has returned to his home, in Richmond. Mr. and Mrs. Mart Knapp spent Friday in Richmond. Mrs. Glenn BaVender has returned home after a shortvisit with relatives in Muncie. Mr. Elbert Wikoff has been on the sick list the past week. Mr. Fernando Chamness traveling salesman for the Starr Piano Works was here a . few days this week, in interest of the factory. Mrs. William Wabington has been on the sick list. The Christian Aid Society will meet at the home of Mrs. Mary Mur ray Monday evening on South Perry atreet. Mr. Clay Knode of Indianapolis is here on business. Mr. Kirk Hughes has returned home after a few months stay in Texas, where he has been looking af ter oil wells.- Dr. D. A. Rudy of Indianapolis is here visiting her mother Mrs. Par sons, at the home of Mr. Georse Per sons. Mr. and Mrs Lew Bowman went to Greenfield last Thursday to at tend the funeral of a relative. Mr. and Mrs. George Houser and daughter Kate of Richmond are here visiting Mr. and Mrs. Dan Houser. Miss Irene Addington has returned after a week's visit with relatives In Dayton, O. " Messrs George Keagy and Lothair Teeter spent Saturday in Indianapo lis. Mrs. Delia Scott and son Claude have gone to Chicago to visit Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Ford. Mrs. Ford is a daughter of Mrs. Scott. Mrs. Chan Rudy of Indianapolis is here visiting her mother Mrs. Dianna Teeter, on West Main street. . Mr. E. P. Bloomfield is here visit ing his sister, Mrs. E. G. Walk. Messrs Samuel and John Werking returned Friday evening after a four months hunting trip in Oklahoma.d They killed a large number of deer, two of which they brought home. The ladies of the Christian Aid So ciety who held their Christmas Ba zaar this week were very successful and they cleared over fifty dollars. The Ladies Aid Society of the M. E. church will meet next Thursday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Wil liams. The Red Men held their annual feast Friday night, and over a hun dred and fifty partook of the feast. There were a number of visiting members. - ' . MILTON. Milton, Ind., Dec. 9, (Spl.) A son was born to Mr. and Mrs. Roy Mills at Straughns, Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Oliver Ferguson en tertained at dinner Friday in honor of Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Hart who go to California next Tuesday. . The .other "guests were Messrs and Mesdames O. L. Beeson and L. W. Beeson. A number of ladies w-ere invited for the afternoon in honor of Miss Hart. Mr. and Mrs. L. W. Beeson enter tained Saturday evenirfg in honor of Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Hart. Elmer Hale returned to his home near Richmond Friday night. Miss Aria McCIufig is in ill health. Hiram Crook is confined to hi3 home with lumbago. , Mrs. Leona Wallace was at Rich mond Friday. A number from this vicinity attend ed Winfield Eliason's sale near Jack-sonburg. Invitations are out for the wedding of Miss Emma Clevenger to Frea bond near Centerville at noon Dec. 12 at the home of the bride's parents Mr. and Mrs. Frank Clevenger. Elmer Leffingwell and Hiram Ship ley of Connersville were in Milton Saturday. Ernest Naftzger of Muncie will be at Doddridge Chapel Tuesday, - Dec. 11 to assist Rev. A. R. Jones in the revival meeting. Miss Ida Smith visited in East Ger- mantown Saturday. The Ladles Cemetery Association will meet with Mrs. G. M. Warren Monday evening. The C. W. B. M. will have an open meeting at the Christian church Sun day evening. HIS .EFFORTS OF THE KIND WHICH CHEER AND ARE NOT HARD TO FOLLOW- SOME REP RESENTATIVE VERSES. Henry K. Burton,- aD Indianapolis newspaper writer, who is now in Rich mond, doing some, speci.il work, for The Palladium is the author of a neat little volume of verso just issued by the Penn Publi-ihrn Company, and which in its ma'i 'i:p, is a novelty in the Christmas book line. Burton's style is not elaborate, and his verses for the most part are britf in nature, yet possessing a sentiment which Is attractive to the average reader. Tho. title varse of the. booklet "Merry Christmas," is a fair examyie of Burton's work. It is as follows: Mer-y Christmas. Merry Chris f :n i-il Here s to tou, Hope you ro cn.:e3 are small and few. Hope youie happy; beans to me As though everjoMO shojild be. Life is good to good, old friend, Of its gooi.nis there's no end, If we only judge it so, If we will, ws can, you know. So here's toast penned to the day: "May happinti:-s e'er come your way, And Health and Wealth and Love that's true, Make a good old Christmas time for you." ' Pictures in the Fire. As a descriptive writer. Burton ex hibits considerable talent, displayed in his "Pictures in the Fire," the first verse of which gives an outline of the poem : What vague and shadowy phantoms rise From out the flames, and greet mine t eyes As sprawling in my easy chair Before the fire; my fancies there Go drifting past in weird parada Like some fantastic cavalcad3. Thanksgiving Optimist. The booklet contains one or two verses In tne numorous line, one oi which is along the rural style. It is entitled "A Thanksgiving Optimist," and is one of the best offerings in the book, reading as follows: Thanksgivin' time is here agin' An though I aint got much T' be thankful fer, yit, I'll join In An thank the Lord fer such As he has given me, in the year thet's past An' hope and pray next year I'll git More than I did the last. As a whole the work is entertaining and should make an attractive Christ mas offering. Burton is one ofthe best known of the younger newspaper men in Indiana. - During the recent campaign he was with the Republican State Committee and wrote the Repub lican Campaign Songs, which attract ed much attention, and were sung at Republican meeings all over the State. H0ULD the Patron SaintoithisMad holiday season take his pen in hand to xk 11 his friejids in Richmond vicinity how and where! to elect jifts for father, friena he certaimv would des- and mother, brother,sister ignate the store (of the George as the PLACE. 1 The HOW of Never before has such anlopportu the Christmas buying public. Eve its suggestions to on :ason is on in earnest- This er bargains that 1 make selections disappoint the most Knollenbe "Highest gr able prices. m lenberg stone, the iiastern Indiana. must , In Kriollenberrg Company ... t oposmon is easy l sented to nt offers TheC ill witnesseven more and great- ek just closed. It is the time to u cannot leayfe the Knollenber store ng to suit the fancy of usual the motto of the Holiday season will be tes and the most reason- ly invited to visit the Knol- pivotal center of the Christmas trade in Come early if you can, but late if you er event your wants will be looked after. , The. George H. Kmomemljeirg Company. i i "THE BIG STICK" Oil LEGISLATION Fair Play Committee Sends Out a Letter Knocking Certain Bills. ORIGIN OF IT IS UNKNOWN DOCUMENT IS OF SPECIAL INTER- medical school? old school, homeo path, physlomedical, eclectic, or what? This question every citizen of the State has the right to ask, before he pays tax to support these three medic al colleges or any "complete medical school" that Purdue University pro poses to conduct. The amalgamation of medicine with university cerlcula is very ancient; it dates back to me dievalism, when a religious bigotry and vindictiveness not only dominat ed the State with an iron hand, but narrowed literature, medicine, law, phi losophy, etc., into one stigmatic scho lasticism. This attempt to establish J State medicine, a replica of State re ligion, decadent foreign custom, is not only unjust and discriminating, but op posed to every principle of American ism, Purdue University and these three several medical colleges to the contra- SESSIONS PROMISED LEGISLATURE. IN THE Special Car to Cambridge. The Indianapolis and Eastern ran a special car to Cambridge City last night, in order to accommodate a party of Rushville and Connersville Knights of Columbus, who'wished to catch a Big Four train to their homes. After a n?avy meal, takea; couple of Doan's Regulets, and gf ve C your stomach, liver and bowels the . help they will nel. Reguletsbring easy, regular passages of the owels. Mrs. Austin's 1 mckheat has a world-wide reputatiLion account of its genuine buckwh$ flavor. Dont forget the name. CAMBRIDGE CITY. Cambridge City, Dec. 9, (Spl.) Misses Kate and Elizabeth Pusinel- li are the guests of relatives in Ter re Haute this week. Miss Anna Freeman was the guest of her friend Mrs. Geo. Butler at East Germantown, Friday evening. Mr." Linn Clark of Terre Haute is here spending a few days with his brother Bennle Clark and wife at their home in East Cambridge. Mrs. Ella Largen visited friends in Richmond Friday. Ray Hmsky has leased the Star Pool Room, and fixtures from George T. Kepler and will open it to the public next Monday morning. Mrs. Bert Huff was the guest of friends in Richmond Saturday. Dr. and Mrs. J. R. Mouk entertain ed Mr. and Mrs. Harry Dennis and Dr. Mary of New Castle at dinner Sunday. S. B. Fisher was the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Xess at their home in Indianapolis Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. John Caldwell enter tained Mr. and Mrs. Ora Wagner of near Penvillo at dinner today. Mrs. Loren Keever visited relatives in Richmond Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Horace Ellabarger took dinner with relatives In Milton Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Lutz have re turned after a few days visit with relatives and friends In Columbus In diana. Mr. and Mrs. Granville McKee of Gettysburg, O., were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. John McKee over Sat urdLy and Sunday. Miss Reba Ohmit entertained the Misses Marguarite and Irene Hart and Margaret Nolan of Richmond at dinner today. Mr. and Mrs. George Butler of East Germantown were the guests of his parents Mr. and Mrs. Isaac Davis today. 1h Kind Y:u Haw Kmn BoggSf 4 INDUSTRIAL NOTES. The Elliott and Reid Co. EST ON ACCOUNT OF STORMY' notwithstanding. There are in the State or Indiana, otner medical col leges, old school or regulars, eclectic. physiomedical, osteopath, christian sci ence, and thousands of practicing reg ulars homeopaths, Physiomedicals, eo lectcs, osteopaths, christian scientists, with a large and respectable clientele In oil ("nmnTiefno' norhang t wrv.th!rrlst J . , , . . . . of our citizenship who stand for right open the doors of her public hospitals to a non-competative treatment and euro of these unfortunate sick and demented to all schools and systems of treatment in good repute, demand ing as the only criterion, a sterling moral character, highest professional qualifications and standing in their re spective schools of practice and spe cial lines of study and experienc then will she hail the dawn of a era in the curative effectlveneair of medicine. By order of the "Fair Play Commit tee. Artificial gas. th I V Eh Century fuel. 10 tf I Artistically Metropolitan X I lyTery detail Is the AM l-ii rm t vSyjamC UIU3IC J furlybed In Richmond exclusively t oy Lawrence W. Deuker's ; V Tet-raaq Concert Quartet 'Phon or write a card to the Pall dlunr of the little piece of news you neighbor told you and get your nam in the news "tip .contest fer thl w.-eelc, Hundreds of Richmond citizens, and ! doubtless thousands of people all over and undiscrimlnating justice in this matter: who do not relish taxation to an anonymous circular letter In which Are running a day and a night shift "the big stick" is wielded in a vigor- ous manner against some proposed leg-1 th three medicai coiieges world famous Royal Fence, for the ' , " c " ,f, V , the General Assembly will be called spring rush, which will soon be on. upon to con8ider. The letter Is sign. They anticipate producing next year ed "By order of the Fair Play Commit between twenty to twenty-five thous- tee," but there is nothing in the text At . 1 A. A M J t A i - 1 and tons or over 5ft million rods. , """ to appropriate $200,000 (two hundred Heavy shipments have been made to JSmelZK Zeve" d" Southern territory lately. that .the letter may be insnired bv i for treatment of consumption .. , ., , , , meantime we near mucn uuk. oi me to - tho low gas pressure it some branch of the medical profession . . . . . , . . . . to the exclusion of all others, therefore the greatest good to the greatest num ber forbids the General Assembly to consider this measure. Again, the legislature will be asked tO Snut ClOWn tWOr,utu u" auuaui, U1v.--f . . .hiph th- hnnpK!, cnTisnmn- al legislation that is to come before the ; Jg tQ fce dope( deponent say. Owing was necessary hours Friday. ' Between 90 and 100 men are now em ployed. , The men are enthusiastic over the General Legislature. As an evidence that there are to be some stormy times at the legislative session the letter sent out has special interest. In Y. M. C. A.. Chas. Bishop is chair- part, it follows : man of the committee. Mr. Sears of the Elliott & Reid com pany will spent Christmas and New Years with his parents In Terre Haute. Mr. William Williams has "gone to Cripple Creek, Col., where he is inter ested in mining stock. TO THE UNBIASED PUBLIC. The sitting of the next General As sembly of Indiana, now near at hand, will be notable in many respects; (many measures, important and unim portant, good, bad and indifferent will nn-ma im hpfore it as usual. The tax- Mr. and Mrs. Milton Bishop of Far- payer must be alert with his bigstidk go, IV. v., win spent v.nrisimas witn if he woui(i inhibit a very liberal con his son, Charles, of Fairview. trihntinn to the already burdensome Mr. John Townsend, formerly of taxation. Two measures at leasC will ; hichest nossible srrades in the several Gaar Scott has,, accepted a position as come Defore it that not only concerns t branches of their special cericula, the eth not." A committee, austensibly ; non-medical men, have In hand the pi loting of this most innocently benevo lent looking scheme, which, when candidly probed, will reveal a certain medical clique who, while the State pays them a fat salary and furnishes plenty of "fresh air" and "animal fat" will quietly watch the patient either get well or hie himself to the bone park. Now, it is very right and proper that the State see to it that all of its ed ucational institutions demand ade quate entrance qualifications and the night engineer wita me iuiiu. Kern to. tax-navers pocket, but directly ap- Mr. Pitts of N. W. 5th street accept- ealg to all eood citi2ens who hold jus- ed a position in the stay making de-ticet principle, right and fair play partment of the works. Elliott Reid Fence very highest studentship can not fail to obtain the highest standard of ed ucation. So, also, it is certainly the Itbove mamon and self aggrandise- highest privilege and duty of the State i ment. t I Dealer in a 1 Coal. Orders OD. BULLERDI r :inds of Hard and promptly fil ice: Bullerdirft'o Cannery. PHONE 1235. S. Fifth Otrcet. A CAM W. H. ROSS If In sT IS AM mFAl RIFT ilfu Any Price and Any Size Desired. UG CO. 804 Main St Phones 77. See Our Lin off Perfumes and Bristle Goods. E)ybDe - Wl :g)nn)p 0S The legislature will be asked to nrovide suitable asylums and hos- FaflCV N. Y. BalOWl to ratify a fusion of three medical col-1 pitals for the care and treatment of Prinp Richmond The Richmond Manufacturing leges ith Purdue University. This ; its dependent sick, to check and stamp nnortc hlJM I measure looks Innocent enough to the .out that stalking spectre, the "white wild! lo ivdjry I UOmpany. uninformed, but anyone who will be plague;" to check and turn back that: 3 UUartS Hand j at the pains to acquaint one s seir witn Mr. A. B. Scherer spent Wednesday J the real facts can not escape the con- in Dayton. 1 viction that this is a selfish discrimi- Mr. Geo. Rungs has returned to natinsr scheme that the State should has "returned to work, after being off for a day or .two promptly wash her hands of. The with a severe cold. moment the General Assembly ratines Mr. Ben Naber is back at work, hav- this fusion it obligates Itself to an ap ing been off for a few days nursing a propriation which will be duly demand- bad burn. I r to support these three medical col- Mr. Vincent Goa spent Sunday infieges, who are talking about their self- Centerville. , jT I supporting ability and a hundred thou- Mr. Henry Sulgrove of the Yrjen sand dollars unincumbered real estate Bader Co., spent Sunday in Indkfhapo-1 which they fain would turn over to the lis. Mrs. Austin's Qui wheat makes tendei cakes. Tour grocer about It, :k-Rasing I spy Buck-brown in tell you all State in order to crawl under its pro tecting wings. Th!s is what is really meant when "Purdue" "will ask the next General Assembly to grant her the formal right to conduct a complete medical school." What kind of a "hideous throng that rush out forever c uc Mau Y insane, and mental defectives. so long as she continues to discrimi natingly place the control and the treatment of these unfortunates in .the hands of one medical school, that long must she witness no material ad vancement toward the discovery of a successful treatment ami permanent cure for consumption, insanity, cancer etc When the State learns, as she surely shall at no distant future, to tfeat this most important subject in a business way, regarding medicine In the same light as its business indus tries, according to all systems of healing the sick equal recognition In a square deal to all alike, throwing Commencing Tuesflay evening at 6 and running until Wednesday eve. at 6: Fancy Smooth Potatoes .70c Bu. Apples 8oc Bu. White Lilly Flour . . .. 50c Sack ns and 30 Stamps for 30c Pcked Peas and 30 Stamps for 30c Buck Wheat and 30 Stamps 30c But! Best Squaref Crackers and Ginger Snaps A .... ....5c lb, rimi jis Lbs. 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