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RICHMOND DAILY PALLADIUM, 1VEDIrESDAY, SEPTEMHEH II, 1001.
Richmond Palladium WEDNESDAY, SEPT 11, 1901. Foil KC AST OF WEATHKR an.l Settin of the an aril sun. I liiat-s .:3i I 5-t 0:1 S t isisc- 4?22 a. m. Indiana and Ohio Weather Washington, D. C. Sept. 11. Fur Indiana: Thunderstorms to night and probably Thursday, warm er tonight. For Ohio: Partly cloudy tonight with showers in western portion. Thuiday showers. BRIEF MENTION. Fletcher for hats. Dark glasses for the sun. Haner's. Spectacles correctly fitted at ll.iner's Your opportunity B ston Store aa, top oi page. M ss Ethel Lock wood is the guest o' frienc-s in Eaton, O. B'-'V insurance p !ieies boubgt bv J F. It eves, 11 north tenth. l v. A. W. Larniort and wife vis iti-J Liichmond friends yesterday. 'jet a pair of correctly fitted spec tacles at Haner's, 810 Main street. Good sorted corn, ) cents a bushel, Wai. Dicks. 512 north A street, both Vioaes, tf Miss Grace Porterfield has signed to sing with a concert company th coTQicg winter. G. G. Von Sieck left last evening for Toledo, O. , which place he will m ike his future. MUs Elith Tallant has returned from a rnjst enjoyable outing at Wal loon Bake, Mich. Thomas Brannon. of north tenth street, has returned from a visit to fri-nds in Troy, O. Mrs. t. II. Bunvan will be the truest of friends in Delaware, O., for a week or ten days. J. H. Baker, of Newark, N. J., will be the guest of friends in this city for a week or ten days. Miss Blanche Luken left yesterday morning to attend school at St. Mary's of the Woods. J. M. Winslow and family, of south tenth street, are entertaining Mrs II. II. Winslow, of Columbus, O. The Misses Meda and Evalyn Roe. who have been visiting friends in Peru, Ind , have returned home. Tae W. F. M. S. of the First Eng lish Lutheran church met this after noon with Mrs. Wm. Sudhoff, south fourth street. j William C. Dennis, who is visiting Lis father. Prof. David Dennis, goes to Bake Mohong, N Y,, this winter as secretary of the Mohong Peace As stK'iation. J hn Zvissler left yesterday on a short vacation. He will put in most of his time at Lake Maxiukuckee The Kniahts of Columbus are having an outing there this week. There were a large number of friends of Miss Bertha Hawkins and Miss KatherineSchaefer at the station yesterday to meet them on their return from a two months' trip abroad. Tae Francis E Willard W. C. T. IT. wiil hold its annual meeting on next Fridav the 13th for the election . of officers for l'.'tH and elect dele gates to county and state conven tion. Rjv. McNemer preaches at Petos kev rest Sunday. If the tales of the wickedness of Petoskey told by Rich mondites are true, they need preach ing up there just now. Isaac Jenkinson calls attention to the fact that yesterday, Sept. 10, was the anniversary of Perry's victory a victory which in its day caused fully as much rejoicing as did the victory of Dewey. The city teachers are gathering in from their summerings to be readv to take ud their crosses in the school rooms next week. Among the latest to arrive are Misses Bertha Haw kins ard Katherine SchaeSfer, who returned yesterday. The old Eel river road which the Pennsylvania company haveacquired, is to be known hereafter as the Lo gansport & Toledo and operated as a branch of the Terre Haute Sc Logans port division of the Vandalia. The Ladies' Penny Club met this afternoon at the home of Mrs. Jennie Donneii, on South Tenth street Luuch was served and the meeting w- .s Lirvreiv attended. Many matters of interest" came before the meeting. If any of our readers were to ill Noble or Albert Spekenhi Wi ner a "chatTeur' and they were to g.t ex . cited about it, they might be sent toj the new dictionary for au explana-: t;on They are the only charteurs we have at" present. A chatTeur isa lUin who runs an automobile. It sj Frer.ch and come from N -wport. i hrtu.'h. no one seems to have sus-, pe-ted that the Knights of theCroei- ; enEi 'le were at all anarchistic, the , .u'oremecniei oi "-- Vt tr'n of Winchester, is out with a ; card of denial II t ne mem utrrs f theo-der are everywhere of the same I Vibe-as thev are here, and thev r?roat!v are! this was unnecessary j probably ... . , ' troi: V ?;ne IkvWK Ciu crc.v"'-" f ; .1 . w than are in the lodges in tbi:to h:ni. On investigation it was oraer tain i" -, , . j .v- k.-- city, and several of them have borne I country on the battle no police court this ' There j tcorniriiif. was j. Dr. David Stevenson 13 away on an f eastern trip. i Mrs. L. II, Bunyaa is visiting Del aware, O., friends. Mrs Anna Stimmel has returned home to Kenton, O. Milton Biwmaster, of East Ger inaatown, is in the city today. E. M. CaoDpSeld, of Find'ay, 0.; was in the city to-day on business. The Penny club 2iet this afternoon with Mrs. Donnell, south tenth street. The ladies of the Fifth street M E church met with Mrs. Chamness this afternoon. J. M. Winston, of Valley Head, Ala' , was the guest of friends in this : city to-day. M ss Blanche Veretrg. of Indian apolis, is the guest of Harry Krei-mek-r and family. Charles S. Huff and wife, of Mar- : tinsvilif, led , were the guests of' friends in this city yesterday. The W. F. M.S. of Whitewater i meeting met this afternoon withMrs t'red Butler, on the west side. Reid Djagau is sol'citicg the ads. for the score card and speed list for the coming races, and with success. George B.-cker, who has bea on a -hort visit to points of interest in the East, returned home last evening. Miss Anna Symands, stenographer at Judgt Stub'bs' office, has trans- 5 ferred her allegiance to the offices of theC.R. i.M: Miss Anna Gibbons, of College Corner, is the guest f her sister, j Miss Gertrude Gibbons, of north thirteenth street. i The silo at Riedstou is being filled this week and the work is being ; matched by numerous farmers who; expect to have them next year. Prof. Ernest Jones, formerly of j Earlham, now principal of the Koko- mo hiifh school, wil1 be the guest of i friends in this city f jr a few days. George Conrad will return to Ann ; Arbor law school the latter part of this week to resume his studies in j the law department of this univer- j sity. j At the meeting of the school board i last evening. Misses Stella Kelsey and Amanda Thomas were appointed j regular teachers, but as yet are uu- j assigned.' I The C, R. fc M. are running a! switch from their main line to the i gas works for the delivery of coal. An extensive trestle work is being made there. Rev. I. M. Hughes, of the First Presbyterian church, has returned j from his vacation and wiil hold ser- j vice next Sabbath at the usual hours, j ooth morning and evening, in the j church. I Mr. and Mrs. J. N. Hastings, of j Indianapolis, are the guests of Au gust us Scott and wife. Mrs. Hast i ings is a sister of A.bert Brown, 1 whjse condition is regarded as ver , precarious. j The new roadway that is now be- j ing constructed in Glen Miller wil! ! oe of great benefit to thosa who j drie through the park. It will run j from High Point, near the south side j of the deer pen. . j James Ford, one of the best known j baggagemen in the country is here j for a short visit. Mr. Ford is do j longer connected with the road, and is living at Kalamazoo, Mich. Hej thinks that place one of the finest on j i on earth except Richmond. j Attorney Robert White is now a j a curbstone lawyer. Yesterday he j lost the keys of his office and has not 1 been able to get in since. If the j tinder of these keys will kindly re- i turn them to him, Mr. White will I make him a present of everything else he has oa earth. For some time the Item folks have been missing type metal used in 'heir linotype. The police were noti fied and captured some 25 pounds of metal at one of the junk shops, where it had been sold by two boys. The latter will be arrested and tried later. John F. Robbins today filed the complaint in circuit court of John W. Hoiiinger vs. Cora Hollinger for divorce, one of the very few which have been tiled this jear where the wife is at fault. In this case the charge aliegerd is adultery with various persons and on numerous oc casions. The Christian Women's Board of Missions, a society of the Christian church of this city, met last evening at the home of Mrs. Dr. Walls. It was th anniversary meeting, the so ciety having been formed in this city eleven years a-o. The evening was very happily passed with music, refreshments and reminiscences. Attention is called to the fact that on both north and south A streets while the electric light people have poles on both streets they are not - used. The wires are rue from the poles of the telephone companies. They regard these oo.es as needless ; obstructions and will ask soon that they be rem "ved. A ladr living on north eighteenth -treet the other day irav-? a rag pd d'.er a rag bag fall of cloth without veiling its contents. The next . k, , around - ? nouse considerably excit- tvi. - . j -. . . t- . . . l., j - . at English are simply awful. n managed to Ease the lady underetam that there was a box in the bag c and of fc. ... 1. L . . . . . . . A return, as i arms for this ! fieid. r:ea- ten dollars in cor.pers and silver money which one of the children had saved up and kept the box hidden for want of a better bank. Stofle-Witte. The wedding of Joseph Stolle and i Mary Witte took piace at St- ; Andrews' Catholic Church this morn ing. After the ceremony the happy co j pie repaired to the; home" of the parents of the bride Mr. and Mrs. August Witte, corner of ninth and south B, where the din ner was spread. The day was made one of merrymaking atd an infair will be held there this evening. The groom is connected with his father, Anton Stolle, in the cold storage business. The bride is a very popular vounsr woman and has lived for many years in the family of Timothy Nich- g olson. Many handsome presents'; were received. DEATHS-FUNERALS Co.,k Mrs. Myrtie Cook, ag?d 3.r years, wife of Henry Cook, died las' : night at her borne in Miidieboro. ; Tee funeral wiil take place tomorrow I afternoon from the church in Mid dleboro, and the interment will be in Goshcu cemetery. Hit: GUAM) AKMY Spirited Campaign For Klection of Xt-w Commander. Cltvilaul. O., Spt. 11. The naval veterans look first place in the festivi ties attenLint upon tue Craud Army encampment yestenfciy. The STth an niversary of Oliver nazard Ferry's historic triumph tu Lake Erie was fitiugl.v celebrated in a jrrand parade of naval veterans and a naval display In the lake. The real hus.'ness relative to the ad ministrative affairs of the Grand Army commenced yesterday after noon, when numerous caucuses were held at the headquarters of the vari ous departments. Uue election of the next commander-in-chief promises to lie one of the most interesting and spirited in the history of the organiza tion. General Sickles candidacy is still lteiujr boomed, but if he secures the election he will be the first Deui-iK-ratic incumbent of that office. Gov. VanSant of Minneapolis is handling the campaign of Judje Ell Torrance of Minneapolis, and tue Minnesotans claim that they have excellent chances of vinniug out. It is said that Gen eral Stewart of Pennsylvania is the administration favorite, and the tight is expected to be waged most closely lnnween the candidates from Xew York and Pennsylvania. Mrs. Calista Robins Jones of Brad ford, Vt., Is a candidate for president of the Woman's Iielief Corps, the hirjf et auxiliary body allied to the Grand Army. Her election is practcally de cided upon. Hard Labor For Life. Yokohama, Sept. 11. The man who June 'Jl last fatally stabbed Hoshi Toru, who was minister of commuui cations iu the last Ho cabinet and formerly Japanese minister at Wash ington and president of the house, was sentenced yesterday to hard labor for life. Iiad Indian Shot. Gallup. X. M., Sept. 11. While ar resting a drunken Indian who had a revolver. Marshal McCoy killed one Indian and badly wounded another. The Indians had killed McCoy's horse and were shooting at him while flee ing. McCoy gave himself up. Kxtradition Will Be Asked. Buffalo. Sept. 11. The Buffalo iolice have made no request for the extradi tion of Emma Goldman, under arrest in Chicago on suspicion of complicity in the plot to murder President Mc Kinley. They want to give the Chi cago police department time to make a thorough investigation at that end with the supposed confederate of Czolgosz in their custody and they are anxious that the recovery of President McKinley be positively certain before they go into court. They have on foot a general investigation aimed at show ing that the Goldman woman was an accessory, and apparently want more time. There does not seem to be any doubt that when the time comes a showing sufficient to warrant the ex-! tradition of the woman will be forta- j coming. . j . Thompson Bros Agency.; Loans, real estate, investments, in- i surance. Money loaned at 5 to 6 per ; cent. Reed building. Main and : seventh street, Richmond, Ind. , Brick and Swis Cheese. II A 1)1. EY BROS. Ilt4 l'hone ,U2. Business Change. Having bought Silas Hastings rub ber stamp business. I solicit a share of your patronage. Wm. H. Bab tel. NOTICE TO E3IPLOYEES OF PERFECTION MANU FACTURING CO. We will resume operation tomorrow (Thursday) at 1. o'clock. All operators are! requested to b on Land. Adam H. Baitel Co. AMUSEMENTS. Tke' Real Opening of the Gennett--Good Things j in Siaht "Foxv ! Grandpa." Tne Mack company, cow holding the boards at the Phillips, are giv- j inga fair show for the price to small j audiences which are becoming larg- j er aight after night, which indicates I that they are pleasing their patrons. They give nightly changes of bill all ! wees. ! j The real opening of the Gennett ! will occur on next Wednesday even j inc, the 18tb, when Tim 5lurphy, j whose portrait appears here, trives a glimpse of Washington life which will be particularly interesting at this time. Mr. Murphy is already a favorite with Richmond audiences, and coming so early in the season will be certain to fill the house. The play "A Capitol Comedy" is his best effort. It has been charged that the central figures in the comedy are men and women of national promi nence. A resident of Washington pur sued the theory so far as to prepare analogy between the initials of the leading characters in "A Capitol Comedy" and the initials of the con rpicuous Washingtonians, whom he claims are dramatized in this play. If there is anything in the theory of the similarity of initials, the public must guess for themselves, for the cast is public property The most conspicuous characters are Joel Ga (Mr. Murphy), Senator Dinsmore, Edgar Dinsmore, Senator Bert, John Paslowe, Murray Thorpe, Louis Dinsmore, Mrs. Mason and Emily Garrison. The full orchestra will be on hand and fine music will help entertain the Gennett audiences from now on. There are some particular!' strong things to be at the Gennett right along in the near fnture. The next three attractions are specially good. They are "The Little Minister'' and "Her Ijord and Master," following a "A Capitol Comedy." We have communications fron Liebler & Co. and the managers of Robert Martell's "Hamlet," Willis Granger in "A Secret Warrant" and "A Runaway Match," all of which in dicate that these are to be with us for an evening during the present season. R. B. Johnson intimates that he will bring Slivinsky. the pianist, here this seascn. He will be accompanied by Worth Bailey, the blind violinist, and Elizabeth Northup, soprano. Wm. A. Brady's latest musical comedy. "Foxy Grandpa," is booked at the Gennett, though the date is not announced. George Murray sends his compliments to Richmond friends with that annoucement. A Communication. Mr. Editor Allow me to speak a few words in favor of Chamberlain's Cough Remedy. I suffered for three years with the bronchitis and could not sleep at nights. I tried several doctors and various patent medicines, but could get notbine to give me any relief until my wife got a bottle of this valuable medicine, which has completely relieved me. W. S. Brockman, Bagnell, Mo. This rem edy is for sale by A. G. Luken & vV. H. Sudhoff. Peaches and Plums. On account of the rains in Michi gan we will not have our car of peaches and plums until Friday morning. 300 bushels of extra fancy fruit. Wait for it. MEYER BROS. HAGERSTOWN. Paul Frits is learning telegraphy. Miss Z'.lia Shepard of Richmond is visiting friends nere. The Lantz reunion was held on the fair grounds last Wednesday. The dinner was immense. Good speak ing and music was had after the dicner. Dr. C. E. Canada bas rented the John Buncei residence. Dr. TTnner is movicg to his farm t'u' w.. Miss IJ!zel Williams of Indian apolis is the guest of her prand i parents this week. W'ii Fouts has bought the Morris farm of 78 acres for ?,000. ; Mrs. Will Wimmer spent two days ; last week visiting relatives at An iderson. Schneider's Own make of vehicles at reduced prices for 30 davs. 47 north eighth street. " :d-wtf ?' Maybe You Are Married . . . And have come to the conclusion that you must save money on your cloth ing. We can save 3-ou ten to fifteen dollars over what you are in the habit of paying your tailor; give you just as good eroods, workmanship as srood, style in many cases better, fit perfec tion, and the saving will buy many things for the household. Come and see us be convinced. rK rt .K r'tS j r-S T iff iji lV lV lV lV 4- SILVER ! NICKEL ---PLATING--- We have lare facilities for d ing all l imls of Klcctro, Silver and Nickel 1'laling. Ltt us figure with you. Our work will please you, and our Richmond, Ind., (1 1VKST SIDE, :iD STKKKT AXB UAlI.ltOAI) Now that the fall season i3 coming it will be necessary to rid the house of seme of its old, worn out furniture and replac ing them with new, up-to-date furniture. YOU S'EED A DESK? Old letters and bills all over the house no place to put 'em the right desk only a few dollars. See our Dainty, Dining Designs We have them in profusion. Gilbert T. Dunham, The Leading Furniture Dealer. 627 and 6a Main Street. : SO This company solicits your Qo) This company solicits your business oa all kinds of FIRE LIABILITY ACCIDENT ard HEALTH INSURANCE Representing a'strong list of the best companies, we will give careul and satisfactory attsniion to your wants. SAFETY DEPOSIT B'LD'C. tTl 1 f'l'l 111 t'Tl tTl iTl l"- t"ti Ctl lV ll lV lV '.i1 1! vt price will be right. n WHO ARE OUR CLIENTS? .You don't know. And you cannot find out who any of them are unless tlaey should choose to tell you themselves. Our business is alt strictiy confiiiential. We loan a gocxl deal of money to peo ple who probably cannot get it elsewhere, hut the bulk of our business consists ia loaning money to jjeople who could get it elsewhere, but lo not want to. We help our clients out of all sorts of emergencies. We loan to a greit many salaried peo ple. We practically advance salary. They do rot have to have their notes en dorsed. Their employers do not have to know that they are short of funds. We also loan on household goods and store fixtures without removal, and on jwe'.ry, watches, etc, left ia pledge. Fair treatment, low rates, easy pay ments and absolute privacy. RICHMOND LOAN CO. (Eit-Sile4 MX) Reota 8, Colonial Baildicg. Southeast Cor. Miia and 7th Sts. Haroe Phone 415 IDlfg