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PALLADIUM, ?yvlSfiY KAH!.!tlIKI 131. DAILY KMAIIU11KII7. K1CI1MOXD DAILY PJCLLADlljAr, WEDNESDAY, JUNE o, 1901. 1 CENT A COPY BOTH GOT AWAY Eloping Couple Succeeded In Escaping Irate Broth er's Pursuit. MANY SHOTS EXCHANGED Marion Stewart An En-Convict Knns Away tvith a Fourteen-Year-Old Girl. Hotly Pursued He Takes to Wood While the Girl Finds 7. Ili.liiiJT Place. the Oagonl, I ml., June 3. Marlon Stew art, an ex-convict, who has Junt recent ly been released from the pcnite ntiary ana returned to hi home here, eloped with Annie ;ahhleman, a fourtccn- J ear-old girl of this place yesterday , The glrl'H brother discovered the cause- of her absence and. with Marshal Brown. gave chase. They overtook the couple and fourteen idiot were ex changed In-tween Stewart and his pur- auers. Stewart while the ran into a dense woods, and men were trying to cant lire him the girl whipiied up and escaited. Tlie empty buggy was found, but the liiri iihkii ner pursuers. it is sup- Iosed that she is in hiding and will wan tui Mewart can Join her. The Kirl's brother threatens vengeance. A QUESTION' OF MW tnwronl County Ki-Oflicial Will lie Asked to Kxplain. .iigusu, ma., June 5. The exierts employed to investigate county affairs have made report to the county coin missioners. showing the following a) leged shortages: James D. Fleming, ex-county auditor. $'.477.7.'': .. U Bal lard, ex-county sheriff, $Nrl.!; U. p. (.'lark, ex-county cleric. $7ol..".S; "eorg' W. Cuz.nrt, ex-coimty clerk. JftO.Ol; h.. P. Brown, ex-county treasurer, $1M. These alleged shortages are the result of retention of fees under miscon struction of the law. The ex-officials are represented by J. J.. Nuddurth. who has served notice that if anything Is rightfully due the county, payment Will not be resisted. Shot fly a t'oaae. Koekvule, Ind., June 5. Sherman Chunu was probally fatally shot by the sheriff's lsisse here while resisting arrest. He was wanted in Clay coun ty for shooting X- C. Phillips, a Brazil jeweler, near Carbon, one night six weeks ago. Chunu had 1k-oii traveling over tlie country with his wife and six children. His dog a tucked Phillips aud Phillips shot the dog. Thereupon Chunu used his shotgun, shooting Phil- finally lo-ateii by the posse and iu . -t.iuiii ikvwI llo-ouifh his lH't'USt. W. V. T. 1. lHpurtmeiit. Columbus, Ind., June 5. The Indi ana W. C. T. L. is holding a three days convention of tlie lsmrd depart ments here. Delegates are !eing enter tained by the local organization. Thirty-six departments are represented by NO delegates, a nuinler of whom have acipiired national reputation. ui.llu others are well known through out the state. Fighting Hill Jones Converted. M uncle. Ind.. June 5. William Jones, Alias -Klirhtinir Hill." who Is confined in Jail for the murder of James Her rlntrton. has liecoiue converted to Christianity, and siends most of his time with his Bible. His trial will begin next Monday. His record is a bad one. No denial of killiug Her ringtou is made, but self-defense will le urged. The Indictment yiihfd. Indianapolis. June 5. The indict ment charging William W. Huffman of Anderson, secretary in the last state senate, with scratching the words "or bitartrate of iotassinu" from Harry B. tlates's baking powder bill, passed as a pure food measure, has been quashed by Judge Alford of the crim inal court. Securel Further Information. l.aporto. Ind.. June o. Constanttne Ilehn of WarricK county addressed a communication to a farm journal ask ing Information how to run a farm. Mrs. Lena I. Page of St ill well replied so spiritedly that Mr. Helm came to this county soliciting further informa tion, aud their marriage followed. Indicted for Kmttezzleinent. Martinsville, Ind.. June 5. The grand jury has returned an indictment against W. H. Burkhart. who has been lej)Uty eoimry treasurer ior iur i-n.-i jT-tk1. eu.ifc.g -....--llng wveral hundred dollars. An ex- tuuiuation of the looks s iu progress. It Was luded. " ijttrramre. Ind.. June 5. Oeorge Ved dor. li years old. shot and instantly killed his cousin. Verne Wade, aged i years, the son of Charles Wade, w ith an old rifle, which he thought was not Lwitut . Father Phillips iot Poi soned. New York, June 5. The chemist who examined the contents of the stomach of Father Pnillip. of Hezel ton. Pa., who was found in the apartments of Kirk M. Stanley re cently, reports that the death was not caused by by poison. Forbidden CitT Burning. . Berlin.Ciermanv, June 5 A Pekin dispatch of the 4th says: There is a great conuairration in the Forbidden City. Details are not obtainable, as Americans and Japanese are barring all access to the quarter involved. Demented nan Kills Hit FamilT. Beaverton, Mich., June 5. Will Arnell today shot and killed his six . . . . " ..,, bis wite ana was snooting at nis sis- ter and Sirs, Samuel Dopp when Mr. Dopp fatally wounded him with a charge from a bbottfun. It is sup posed he became suddenly insane. Church Debt Payer Dead. Chicago, 111., June 5. Edward Kimball, noted for long service in paying off church debts, is dead at the home of his son, Dr. It. II. Kim ball, in Chicago. Since 1H'J, when he devoted himself to the work, be has raised fifteen million dollars to pay church indebtedness. The lar gest single debt paid was $110,000 on Dr. Uubinson s Presbyterian church in Chicago. American Hone Wim. London, England. June 5. There was an exceptionally large attend ance ai tne Ucroy today. The race was won by Whitney's Vatodyovski Gen. Cbaflee Arrives at Ma nila. Mauila, Philippine Islands, June 5, (-en. Chaffee and staff and two companies of the ninth infantry ar rived today from Taku. China. The general wus received with a major general s salute. MRS. M'KINLEY. Little Change In Her Condi. tion. But the "President evidently Conaldera It Serious. v asnmgion, i. o , Juue . ten Dr. Iiixey left the White House this morning he said there was no change in Mrs. McKiuley's condition. Alter consultation of physicians I lollowing the statement given out l m r - I 1 i - .1 wrs. .tjcrviniey s pnvsicians rouori I -ihe has had a very comfortable niirtt ana ner general condition is some- what improved. Ihe President will not be able to oe at IiofTalo, June I'.i, which is named for the President s Day. Since re turning to Washington Mrs. McKin ley 's condition has been so danger ous there is considerable speculation ou me iossioiiiiy oi nis leaving ner tor forty-eight hours. insane Man Kills I'anillv aud Mluiseir. M aeon, Mo., June 5. James otacy, an engineer livinir ten miles east of here early todav, in a fit of sudden insanity, killed wife and j i . i ... I.. . . uaunier, ageu it., wnue tney were asleep, then after telling it to a ueighbor shot himself to death. An eight-year-old son escaped. RALPH PETERS To Be General Superintend cut of PeniiMvlvaula Line West of Pittsburjr and s. t. PeckUcneral MBcr. oinaati will be the new general su- oerintendent of the Pennsylvania lines west of Pittsburg, succeeding G. L. Peck, who has been appointed general manager. Work ot a Tornado. Prentice, Wis., June T. A tornado last niirht demolished the Swedish church and a store and many dwell ings. Powder 91111 ICxpIotles. Vallejo, Cal., June 5. Tbe maga zine at Mare Island navy vara, con- 'ainin" two hundred tons of smoke ess powder, exploded at 15 o'clock this inorniiiLr. No lives were lost. rhe property loss is $.0,1KU. Police Court. There was a conflict of testimony in the first case, mat oi J. r,. .ic Iaughlin for drunk. Mr. McTaugh "in said emphatically that he was not Iru ik; that he had been taking meu cine and that he was wtak aud dizzy. nd fell when iroinj; up a pair of stairs aud cut his head. Bundy said that Mclauirhliu's landlady sent for him, told him the man was drunk aud had been for two weeks, and she wanted him out of the place and he took him out. Ihe mayor took the case under auvisemeni, lmpriusing ou the memory of the man that he had probably had medicine enough for the present. Patrick Ouinn was up for hi 'steenth time and plead guilty. Th tine was placed at $25 and thirty days with the understanding that if he'got out and stayed out he could go; if he comes again he will be sent down for sixty four davs. He seeined thankful. Walter Stanley is a very bad boy He has been before Judge Fox, who lectured him and let him go rather than send him to the refm'in schooi His father is living but he has a step mother, and they do not seem to te able to do anything with him. He even sleens awav from home most of the time, in box cars ami elsewhere He was sent to jail for th? present. and will be apt to go to Plaiutield as the best thing to oo with mm. Two New Doctors. Physician's license was issued yes terday to George tranklin Waltcm.a irraduate from the Physio-Medical college of Indianapolis, March 2, 1101. He is 28 years of age and will or vctice at Dublin. License was also issueei to Frank Young, a graduate of the Eclectic Meeiical iustitute. His age is U5 Ml . " 1 - vears and ne wiu practice in mis citv. Building Permits. J. II Likins. frame addition, 224 north seventh street, 12.. J. Harnett, repairing frame house on south third street, west side, 1,- 000. Council. The special meeting of council. er rather the completion of Monday night's session, was rather expected to occur this evening, but wiii not. It is subject to the call or the mayor, and will not be called until the ar - I : 1 V chin.TonulnAiir in rwu i the electric plant matter. TRACTION LINES. i The Power House Work to Start Next Week Some Statements The Glen Lines. The city is full of traction line and electric supply men todav. ; Mr James Murdock, .Mr. Wallace I and .Mr. Smith were here but left at o clock, having done all that the.) had to do. The General Electric company who arj to supply the machinery were icpresenttd by M. M. Corbin as con suiting engineer and l H. Streilv as representati ve. JrlaifS for the power house were adopted in a general way, but the complete specifications and all that can not be ready under a week. Thev will be drawn a'.. Lafayette and then sent here. Ihe building will be of brick with truss roof of slate, aud concrete floors, size 124x13 feet. The intention is to have the building put up oy local contractors. Mr Smith said: "We consider ourst lves i- i i j peupie cere ana so tar as we an shail put all the work into the hands of local men The boilers will be 750 horse Dower. una room wiu be left to add 1,IM)0 uuise power capacity as soon as needed. The engines will be com pound condensing engines of i the latest pattern, and 1.000-horse iower at me start, iioom for increase is I to be provided for also in this ixir- I tion of the building. The generators k loe ovtr that capacity .j ind the entire plant is intended to Oe as liue as there is in the world. Thev art : I .a : r i m. - . ouiiuinu lor ousiness. Ihe endues and generators, bv the wav. trear to gether: there are no belts As soon as the new plant is completed I the plant now beinir used will be dismantled and abandoned. Thev expect to start work on the plant next week if possible. ART EXHIBIT. It Opens Tuesday Free to All Every body Invited A Fine Thing Throughout. Ihe last meeting of the Art exhi bition association previous to the June exhibition was held last even ' . 1 a m i uig ana a great ueai oi worK was done in the closing up of all arrange ments lor the exhibit which is going to be the best they have yet held, ihe exhibit opens at the Garfield school building on June 11 next Tuesday in the evening. This meeting will be limited to member ship, but everybody can become a member; and really all interested in ar work' or in the success of tnis society, whl or oouiu nronn - , . . . ..... tu.ru M-,fc tu ruiy cens. . ut many ot me stores. mis ncci isa payment of the dues and also admits the holder to the private opening and to the lecture to be giv en later. This lecture will be by Miss Baylor, subject, "Art Among the People." Those having mem lorship tickets are admitted free V. t lis lecture, while others pay a quar ter; so that the membership ticket reallv costs the purchaser nothing and assists the society very material ly. One thintr showing the benefits these exhibits have been here is in tbe stoppage of the coming here of fakirs with pictures and pseudo art worK for sale. There have been fellows here in velars not lonir cone by w ho were slick talkers, aud actually sold in houses here for fifty dollars each framenl pictures which cost only two til , ! 11 1., iioiiars apiet;e oy me eio.eu. x eipie have ben-ome educated to a point where this can no longer be .done here. What thev buy is trood. The exhibitors here from other places whe elo it as a business make exhib ts in the finest cities in America, anl what is bought from thern al wavs has a value which, is never lost After Tuesday evening the exhibit will be open elav and evening, free to every body, and all are urged to come. it wiu also oe open on oun day afternoon. The prospects for hue exhibits are excellent., ine cam era culb will oe strongly represented ; the liue of water colors and oil colors will be extensive. In arts and crafts ootterv. porcelain, etc. thev have never approached what they wu have this time. Mr. Miller has se cured an exhibit bv the Zanesville ootteries which will be a wonder The loan collection bv citizens will include German, English, French Italian, Chinese, and Japanese work in every liue. Many hand-made ar tides will be shown by the Chicago society. Richmond Always a Winner, Richmond was represented at the Pan-American Exposition yesterday iu the intercollegiate athletic con tests, and of course carrieei off hon ors: she always ooes. mere were sixteen colleges and universities rep resented, and the points made by the different institutions were as follows Cornell. 25. Chicago, 17; George town and Pennsylvania, V each: Westminster, 7; Beloit and Minne sota, t each; ale, i'rinceton, t'ur- due and New York, 5 each: Am herst, 2. Richmond got her representation through Ends-ley, who is at Purdue. The dispatches sav: Pole Vault, Lewis Endsley, Purdue on: W . A. Frederick, Cornell, second; E. LV?a con. Pennsylvania, inira. rneisiey and Frederick tied at 11 feet, Euds lev winning the toss for first. : They're Talking Now. The Logan case which has been drasrtring throosrh court before Spe cial Judge John U. liupe ior the past week has been one of the hardest fought cases for this term and in fact several terms- The attorneys have been m earnest, and nave done tneir best for their clients. The amount involved is $10,000 and lots of ex- I penses for costs and attorneys iees. J The taking of testimony ended last I ni.tlit 5T1 th RrffUmPIll Came UI1 tO- . --- -- - - - -r day, each stde being limited to four hours. The argument opened at 9 o'clock, Jackson making the opening argument, tie was loJiuveq oy ihos. Jessup, then Wilfred Jessap. thenT. J. Study. Uobbins, whockses, ison his feet now and will take tlie en tire afternoon. The jurj will get tie case by evening. Those who heard the argrtnent of Wilfred Jessup in this cse this afternoon were greatly interested by the ability he displayed. It is tbe first time he Las appearef in this oourt, and he surprised sen his friet.ds Relics. tKme ouu o.a reiics oi iu in her various stages of stret -1 i i P . . r t -H iight int of iur were dug out of the baser the city building this mornin It has been the practice lor ?ars to put such things away in the, base ment, much of which was unised. and in tn:s way lots oi tnmgs Of no future use to the city have accu.nu lated there, dating away bank to early days. The basement is 'now beintr fatted up for the storage of coal and these things are being tak en to the attic of the building. In the lot are about every style of lamp ever used in lighting the streets since we had street lights, fiom torches to tras lamps. The styles aDd shapes are interesting and o,ukl be made into a sort of museum some time. STREET CAR LINE. Progress and Probability of Extensions and Im provements. The extension into the Glen has been about decided upon. They will! un a line from the Main street line ist west of the "Teen houses, and oack to strike the roadway in the Glen at the ravine. There will be no loop as was once contemplated, sini ply a line to take the people into the back part of the Glen direct. The line runninir in on north E street will remain as it- is. As regards the interurbau line?- Mr. Smith said they could do noth ug this year bee-ause no supplies could be had. I hey cannot get any rails until after next January at the best, of the 70 pound weii,rnt that is necessary for outside. They have p'enty of GO pouud rails for the streets, but that is all they can got The six new cars received todaj have attracted much attention. They are first class. Two are motoi ctrs and the others trailers. The plans for the crossings at eirhth street indicate a very ci'u- plete piece of work and a great mi provement there. The "Y's" neces sary will lead from north eighth te Main in such a wayas taiK'rIlu ,, ji . i . 1 1 , much 1 ' , ,v-, W inn- . " facility witti wnii'u h he various lines nmn LABOR MEETING To Be Held in Labor Hall on the 1 1 th of June. The local labor organizitions havt arrangements perfected tor a jafoi meeting to be held iu Labor hall. corner r utn and .iain sireeis, uu thp ni.'ht of June 11th. Some very iimmiuent men will be hereon tnai necasion. amonir tnem ir. mwjiu .1 . 1 T " 1 , 1 Could. I.. P McCormick. labor com missioner, and John L. r'lllman, an of Indianaoohs. The meeting win tx nublie. and all persons interested in labor and its rewards are cordially invited to be oresent. The ladies are especially invited to come ith their husbands and mate tue me-'i. iug an interesting one. Marriage Licenses. Augustus B. Cook and Clara M. Wellenkam. liichmontl. Thomas Mclvone and Cora .Miller, Bichmond. Oliver T. Jones and Lavina Tay lor. Kichmonel. Charles E. Lamb and Ethelyn Mor- ris. tiichmono. Carl Coggeshall and Clara Da bey, Fountain Citv. Herbert William Manley and Flo rence Elizabeth Moore, Richmond. Tilt: OKIGINAL. PKOGKAM Will Be Carried Out In It elation to ihe Philippines. Washington, June 5. Alxiut the first of next iiioii.o full civil government will le set up iu the Philippine Islands exactly as projected by the Philippine oitimissioii- As soon after that date as administrative machinery can be made readv for it the new Philippine tariff will ! proclaimed. alsi follow ing out the original plan formed lie fore the announcement of the decisions .f ti... simi-.'iiie (iinn last week. It has also lx-en il-.-cidel that there wa no reason for an extra session ef con gress. Th.ese determinations followed "irs.fnl stii:1v of the jurisdictions of the -ourt bv Attorney eieneral Knox and Secretary Knot, the results en which were made known at the cab inet meeting yesterday. After two hours" discussion the cabinet was unanimous in the opinion that the re- rt.nt sm.reiiie court decisions e-alleij for no change in the government's pro gram. S-cretary lioot lias had little doubt at any time since the court's action of the feasibility of continuing the executiou of the Philippine pro gram without violating any of the prin ciples enunciated by the court, and his study of the court's opinion was main ly to make sure that he had not over looked anything in the decisions that might .jnalify that belief on his part. He has not found in any of the deci sions delivered by the justices any thing to shake his original idea, and he so advised the cabinet. Attorney General Knox, after an independent considers t ion of the decisions, was of the same mind so the original program will be carried out. The attorney gen eral submitted to the cabinet a Tery elaborate review of the supreme court decisions with his conclusion thereon. JUNE flDINu-S. Several Couples Married in the Beautiful Month of Roses. HARRINGTON -RYAN. r'imothy F. Harrington and Miss At aa Ryan were married this morn ing at 8 o'clock at St. Mary's church, fe bather McMuiIen ofhciatinir. "in m. i . . 'a - lull wedumir service was ren died. After the ceremnny an ele g4' t breakfast was served at the no ae of the bride's father, north G and ninth streets. The happy couple will reside in this city. WALKER THOM S. At the home of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Thomas, north sixth street, yesterday eveningat S o'clock 'Weured the marriage of their daugh ter, Miss Lizzie L and Mr. Khner Walker, of Lima, O. A small com pany of guests were present to wit ness the impressive ceremony per formed by Rev. Jacob W. Kapp. Mr. and Mrs. Walker will reside in Lima, 0. COOK V EL1.ENCAM P. Augustus Cook and Miss Clara Wellenkamp were married this morning at St. Andrew's church. An elaborate wedding dinner was served at the home of the bride's paients, '242 south eighth street. A large number of the personal friends of the contracting iarfies were pres ent. The young couple will reside on south sixth street. MU.I.S-HOXP. Miss Jessie Belle Bond, daughter of the late Allen Bond, and post misstress of Dublin, was married at high noon Wednesday, June 5th, to Prof. Joseph C. Mills of Fountain City, Rev. W. II. Pierce of the M. church officiating, members of the (immediate families and a few triends being preseut. After the? ceremony dinner was served, anel at 3 o'clock the happy couple left on the train for BuBalo and other eastern points. They will be at home in Dublin after July Ist to their many friends. m'kone-millkr. tast evening at 8 o'clock Thomas MeKone and Miss Cora Miller were fted in marriage at the parsonag. Oi ttifk tiTci: --Kxre.ir'iiin r-Vin i-.li Kv. I. M. Hughes oiliciatintr. Only a w relllt.i rp ivn.l TuirHnnni fi-in.-lc ee present. Th vnnntreminlA will re-ide at 1115 south A street. Novelty Race. The novelty race this afternoon at 5 ofcloek at the fair ground between ttm-e running horses and an ostrich will draw a good crowd on account of its novelty and the certainty of sew gexxi racing. Tfee parties interested were out theiv. ye.wj-aa.v- rl' 1 ; . - . ,t r; Vi IV outrun m passenser "'" endurance does not seem to tire at ii?. He ran at least eignt mnes at one stretch yesterday afternoon and yet was not tired. Dr. ammerman was out and rode a mile with a 20 iKiiud saddle making it in i ; but he . . . . .i . i rm. .1 . Jtdu t tauten ine osiricn. Aueuorses in the race are Dr. Bill, entered by Dr. Zimmerman, ridden by Ed Ding ley; Tom Pickens enters lxira i.; and John Turner enters Darke IJov. The latter has made his hail - , . .i : . . 1. rni.. in oi in a race over iuis hui k. xu rivalry among the horsemen will givi about as much interest to this race as the running of the ostrich. CAI'ITIj ;ossii Interesting Bits of Information Gath er. ! On the Side. Indianapolis. June 5. Ex-State Sena tor Thomas l'.ojd of miuh'svuic, miu is here today, is one cf the leading Grand Ainy men of the state, who always has his ear close to the ground to detect what is going on at Wash ington. He speaks as one having Im portant inside information regarding the prospective change in the commis sionership of pensions and the retire ment of II. Clay Evans. "The change." said he, "will take place. I understand, lief ore June 13, and I think it is safe to say thp.t Evans' siKvossor will be the Kansas man that is after the place. I hear that Evans is to Im given some sort of a job, prob ably conne'cted with the consular ser vice in Japan, where his daughters are now. Mr. Evans ought to lie re- rired. Black, thouirh a Demoeiat. and Raiitn gave general satisfaction in their administrations of the office aim were popular among the old soldiers but Mr. Evans is not ixipular and has not given satisfaction. He has devel eled a iienehant for ling interviewed frequently, and in his interviews ho generally blasts some eld soldier or un.-arths some great fraud that never comes to a head." Mr. Boyd raid he is convinced that Hamilton county will not have a candidate for the congres sional nomination a-ainst Charles It. Lamlis. "However." said he. "if Ham ilton count v has one c-andidaie it will have half a dozen." Secretary J. N. Hurty of the state board of health is having a great e'on troversy with as Ohio undertaker that came over into Franklin county, this state, and buried a Ixxiy witlwut first securing a itermit. as required by law. When told that he must seeure the permit he rcplnsl saucily that he didn't have to have one. Ir. hurty yester day afternoon directed the local health officer to have the undertaker arrt-ste.1 the moment he apiears across the state line any time in. the future, and ordered the coroner to exhume the IxhIv. ascertain the cause eif death and report to him. "I will make an ex ample of that undertaker." said the doctor. Altogether ten bodies have be-en exhumed in Indiana since tnj law was passed in 1SH!. making it necessary for corone-rs to take bodies out of their graves to ascertain the j cause of eleata if the undertakers fail j to make report. "It is a mighty good j law." said Ir. Hurty, "and any good. law-abiding citizen that obeys it win never get into tronwe. Without it our excellent system of vital statis tics would be impossible." R. J. Eosworth or Winchester, who la here, Is tbe chairman of the Toot ir committee that will go to St. Paul, Minn., text week to try to e- i. ,J s Our Muslin Underwear sale is progressing ntc.lv, there rem.eitis three javs. Thurs.lv, Iridv and turd.iy liefore tlie s.ile cl.s-s. Hundreds ot" pieces have teen sold and thousands yet to be sold. Our line is made bv the !et manufacturers and tlie prices the very lowest, qualitv cmsidered. Read carefully the following: 5fsht 4 Sc. rsc, ' on up to fii, C w 1 1 s "s, fisc, ami so fiSc, up to Kvery piee underwear at a special price. Kvery garment is cut full size an 1 made of good material. I-. very garment i- irinniie.l and made in the in-st Kis.sille manner. Kvery armri.t not out at sx.ci.d price, a discount of HI per cent will lie given. Buy your Summer underwear uow. A few lines concerning Stiirt Waists and Wash xls. Our line of Indies' Shirt Waists is A 1, never lelter, elegant line White India Linen Shirt Waists w ith live rows of line tucks and inse rtion, Bishop sleeve, culls nicely t.iinmed, full liue of sizes, ranging in price from SSc to 9 I 50. Charming line White Persia h Itwn and IK.tte-1 Swiss Shirt Waists, trimmed with val lice and sailor color, price It to ss7. White India I.inen from $ I .SO to $2 .. Shirt COI.ORKII WAISTS material in plain and stripes, all th L;irge and complete line of and trimmed, prices 1 up to IS Sl'MMKR SKIRTS OK ALL KINDS-Linen Skirts, lluck Urilli.inline Skirts, Flannel iakirts, nil at RKASO.MAHLK I'RIClvS. WASH tHXI.S DO YOU NKKl) To see a choice line, to see exclusive styles, t to see the best, the 1 irjjest mid the choicest line in Kichmou I, Ci ine to the Old Rcliah them lroin the cheapest to the lest. THE GEO. aCMlnst a liaru prlo.l Ion.' lit- Bald, "and art handicapped by th fact that Indianapolis people do not seem to re alize the lieneflts that would How from the meeting, and are giving us mighty poor support. Orand Itnpids has l-en preparing to tight for the meeting for a long time and will go there with alxuit .7.xh in cash to be used in waging battle, while we will not have over l.."m. The meeting would be a great big thing for Indianapolis. It would bring PMI.imni Woodmen here, aside from the members of the Uoyal Neighbors, the ladies' auxiliary." Bopreseiitntive Bishop of Morgan comity, the Jolly old bachelor that in troduced in the last session the bill to prevent kidnapping, was here hist night. He understands that James Itarcus of Terre Haute will try for the Republican e-oiigressional nomination ugain in the Fifth district, nut tms ... i.i... ....... . i i- prospect loes not finiiust- mm ."'j- 11 is candidacy will not lie wen ic- ...,i,-..-t in Morir:in couuu. ... A .i ru against him there," he said. "My opin ion is tnai e migi essiuun 1 1. be renominated. There is some dissat isfaction In the district against Mr. Holliday, arising in part fiom the ap pointment of iMistmasters. but that is to be expected." . ., II. .11 I. In- will A not her Ciilticky Yacht. Newport. It. L, June 5. While dash ing along in a good wholesale breeze off P.renton's Beef lightship yesterday afternoon, with three lower sails set, the big hollow steel mast on the Bel mont syndicate cup-defender Consti tution, collapsed like a blowpipe, through the sudden breaking of the starlMiard and windward spreader. The must broke off only a few feet tielow the spreader, alxmt three-fifths ..r ti. i..i..rti, ,,f the mast above the deck, and as the topmast was carried away at toe same time, none of the spars except tne boom struck the deck. o,.i tl,.. hitter omv hit it light blows. which did not injure the hull at all. None of the sails was torn, and all can lie u.-ed again. Fortunately three sea men had just come down from the masthead after taking in the club top sail, but the wreckage swept over lioard Ke-ond Mate Edward Nelson. He was promptly hauled on lioard. however, without sustaining anything more than a few bruises. The yacht will le immediately refitted, but it will probably he 10 days or two wee ks lefore see is in s'aaoe to sail again, Americans Attract Attention. London. June ."..'Ine reception ten dered last night by Mr. choate to the eielegates ef the New York ehamlier of commerce elrew a crowd of celebri ties to Carlton House terrace. Lead ers of the lar. finance, diplomacy and politics attended to do honor to the Amcrii-ans. Ird Lansdowne. the for eign secretary, as the chief repre-senta-tive of the British government. J. I'ier pont Morgan and Andrew Carnegie and Maitre Laborie, the distinguishf-d French advocate, were centers of ad miring gronis throughout the evening. An Interrupted Wedding. Toledo. O.. June 5. Mrs. Edna X. Kaiser was arre-snd yesterday after noon just as she was atout to be mar ried to James M. Shields. Jr a well known young man of good family. She is charged with stealing a dia mond pin valued at 130 and a watch valued at T0. The arrest stopped the wedding. Mrs. Kaiser has figured In ensatlona In Cleveland and Detroit. KfJOLLEflBERG'S STORE. i Mil nw i ti; sill; ILL W THIS WEEK. AL'O mH Mll .ND D UL1KS .1 SH1KT HilSTi AVD WMI mi-ft. Skirls. Corset TuerN. Sisc. I.-c. 1.3S 7.6e. and 2 for 2."e. 2.V, and up to $ 2.2.1. Waists with tucks and inserting in An imine'tise assortment in Percales, Iiwns, Ihmities, new styles ranging in price fr-'in IStic up to eacli, lllack I:wns and Linen Color Waists, made each. Skirts, H. KNOLLENBERG CO. V - " YOU CAN LOOK FOR GREAT SURPRISES FROM NOW ON IN SIZES 34 AND 35 - - - We have too many odds and ends in these siz?s and they must ba sold. We are showing ALL WOOL CHEVIOT SUITS AT $4.50, $5, $6, $7.50 up to $15. WORSTED SUITS $ $10, $12, $13.50 up to $18. You should see them before you buy. LOE II 11 & KLUTF, NO. 725 MAIM STREET. The Alaska is charcoaLpacked. and considered by experts the be4. made. Before Jmying, be sure nd exatnine both. PRICES ARE RIGHT. Gilbkkt T. Dunham, The Leading Furniture Dealer. 627 and 629 Main Street. TW. C. M. HAMILTON, 10 iotli Street, Opp. Westcott Hotel, Richmond, Ind. both PHi.Nl k. Drawls. 2."c, 47c, 75c, $1 and up to 2. SO. front, back and sleeves, l'rie Mercerised up in various Ftjles, tue-ked " j Waite Pique Skirts, Cream see cortect styles. Reliable Store. We have BY BUYING EITHER A LEONARD CLEANABLE OR AN . . . ALASKA Refrigerator You will save over the oheapr makes more than rf O pounds of ice the first season. The Leonard Clenal le is btult with eight walls, made as follows: Outside mood, dead air apace, lytrof sheath ing, layer of mineral wool, layrr of water proof sheathing, then the inside liox, water proof sheathing, and lst tbe inside zinc wall. DENTIST.