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RICHMOND DAILY PAIXADITTM. TUESDAY, OCTOBER 1, 1901.
Richmond Palladium TUESDAY. OCT. lTYjHH. Indiana and Ohio Weather WsaiwoTOH. D. C. Oct. 1. For Indiana: Partly Cloudy tonight possibly shower in the north, war mer in ihi central tonight, Wed nes da? fair and cooler. For Ohio Fair , and warmer to ouh except showers along the lake. Wednesday fair. BRIEF MENTION. Drk glasses for the sun. Haner'g. AG AAPIiantli Ail. J a Haaer's. Get a pair of correctly fitted spec tacles at llaner's. 810 Main street.'' Walter W. Wilson, dentist, over Bit Hive grocery. tf The e'ectric wiring at the poor firm is to be done by George McCul lough. The W. F. M. S. of Fifth Street M E. church met at the parson isre this afternoon. ' Annual meeting1 of the First Eng lish Lutheran church tomorrow night at the church. i The Rev. I. M. Hughes is at Louis ville attending tha funeral of Rer. J Mr. Stevenson. - William Trindle and familv have removed to the corner of twelfth and south A streets. Mrs. Haskett will open her dancing .chool Wednesday evening, October Hih, in Odd Fellows' hall. 30t2 Toe Ladies Aid society of Second English Lutheran church meets at the church Friday afternoon. Jackson & Starr have filed the suit of the Hoosier Drill Co. vs. George A. S. Small on note, demand $96. Mrs. J. C. Ratliff who has for quite a while been dangerously ill has taken a decided turn for the bet ter. The game of ball Sunday was won by the .rJl Kentuckians by a score of 5 to 4. : The game was a very inter esting one. Miss Elizabeth Moore, who has tern visiting her sister, Mrs. Casper Kipler, at St. Paul, returned home Yesterday. The election of officers of the First English Lutheran church Sabbath school will take place at the church Thursday evening. Mrs. Daniels of north fifteenth street leaves in a few days to enter the employ of Culp & Ryan, mod istes, at Dayton, as designer. H H. Kolling, Jeff Meyers and Al Holly will be in it from now on at No. 20 south eighth street. They are artistic barbers. Give them a can. S-dt - A 'Holland' bazaar will be given at the W stcott hotel building three davs bginninsr tomorrow bv the ladies of the Fifth Street M. E. church. The new photographic firm is Hirshberger & Bundy, who have gone into partnership in the old Harry Swain gallery, over the McDonnell drug stcre. The Woman's Foreign Missionary society of Grace M. E. church will hold their meeting with Mrs. Horace Kramer, 109 north seventeenth st., tomorrow afternoon. Louis Schwerin has gone to Mar tinsville where he has a position with the heating and plumbing company of which W. J. Hamilton, formerly of this city, is manager. Any person desiring the pictures for souvenir purposes that have late ly been appearing in the Palladium can get them in book torm of E F. Dalbey. Price 50 cents. sep30d3t On Saturday Superintendent Wine burg holds the teachers institute for Abinsrton, Centre and Centreville at Centreville; and for Boston and Wayne teachers at his office in this city. The last will of Elijah J. Kerlin was yesterday admitted to probate and record. It was made Sept. 15, 1101, and witnessed by Noah and Emma Warder. He leaves all his real estate to his daughters, Sarah J Kerlin and Martha M. Alexander duriug their lives after which it is to be equally divided between his grand children. George Whalen, administrator of the estate of Elmer Williams, for merly.of Richmond, has brought suit at Greenville against the Dayton A Union railway for $3.001 damages for killing Williams. Williams was at Greenville and wished to go to Union Citv. The conductor of a freight train told him he could ride if he would help handle the freight. While helping to do some switching Will- Popular (B I ENTERTAINME N TS I Season Tickets Lams was run over and killed. Negli gence is claimed. . . . Wesley Brown of the firm of Moore & Brown is very ill with malaria fever. Foa Rest House for rent of five rooms in fine shape. Dr. Davis, the dentist. 'Phone 319. El Davis and wife are visiting rela tives in this city. El is still in the shoe business in Chicago and doing well. The Ways and Means society of the Fifth Street M. E. church meet at the church tomorrow afternoon at 2 o'clock... Runge's orchestra has gone to College Corner where they play to night for the reception by one of the women's clubs. John Kn worthy and wife returned home to5Vichita,kan., this morning going via Cincinnati where they will visit friends for a few days. Mrs. Mary Holloway and Emma Applegate.who were guests of James Smith and wife, returned home to Knightstown this morning. $ C. P. Larsh and family of Indian apolis who have been visiting T. R Woodhurst and W. W. Alexander returned home this morning. George McGrew left this morning fo Columbus where he will be joined by Jack Converse, and together they will go to Lewiston reservoir on a week's fishing trip. Constable Lytle lost bis big pocket book, full of warrants and other le gal papers, on the street yesterday. The finder will confer a favor by re turning it to him. Frank Harold left this morning for Indianapolis, where he will enter the Indianapolis medical college. This is his first year there. He graduated from Earlham last June. The Woman's Foreign Missionary society of First M. E. church wiLl meet; at the home of Mrs. Curtis. 42'J Richmond avenue, Wednesday afternoon, October 2nd, at 2:30 o'clock. Mrs. Cook and daughter left this morning for Cincinnati, where after a visit to her daughter there she goes on south to visit her old home in the Carolinas. She will be gone several weeks. Samuel B. Hill and Elizabeth Jar rett Hill who were guests of James Smith and wife during yearly meet ing, returned h jme to Carthage this morning. Mrs. Hill is Mrs. Smith's sister. The annual convention of the Wayne county W. C. T. U. is to be held at Economy on the 24th and 25th. The address of the otening evening will be by Mrs. McWhirter of Indianapolis. Amo3 Van Horn, conductor on th Little Miami, and wife, are in the city, guests of Mrs. Van Horn's par ents, Mr. and Mrs. John White.They were called here by the death of Mrs. Ellen Griffin, who was Mr. White's mother. . .': j Something everybody may not know is that at the post offices post- J age stamps are not taken as money I in any manner. If a person has a j stamp of one denomination and wants ' another it can not be exchanged and the change given back ' At the Glen they are getting ready for winter. The hot-houses are near ly ready and the plants will be re moved there as soon as tossible, by next Sunday, likely. Most of the animals will be left in their present quarters, but a few of those most ex posed will be put in the barn. i D. W. Mason has filed the applica tion of Florence Morelock for a di vorce from Maxwell Morelock. They were married in January '96 and sep arated in May of the same year and have a child one year old. Defendant according to the complaint threat ened the life of plaintiff. She asks custody of the child. The Indianapolis Journal of this morning contained the following: State Senator C. C. Binkley of Richmond is identified with theBright & Binkley coffee company of this city, which filed articles yesterday. I The capital is $25,000 and the direct ors are John B. Bright, Charles C. Binkley and Senator Binkley's son, Howard C. Binkley " The firm is in the wholesale coffee business and is successor to the well-known firm of John B. Bright & Son. An old colored man in a terrible condition was transferred from one train to another this morning at the Pennsylvania station. He bad some skin disease such that he could wear no clothes, and was dressed in some old pajamas. His feet were bare and were swollen to three times their natural size. It would seem that there should be some law to prevent the travelling of such cases in public SEASON $1.00. Reserves $1.00 extra. fv ivuvanpsj If a van nn ki WAV frum Winchester, Ky., to Greenville. E. L. Johnson of Price's Hill, who was here attending yearly meeting and visiting relatives, returned home this morning. The district convention of the Christian church begins tomorrow a? 2 o'clock at Fountain City. Every body is invited. . C. M. Wilson, 214 south ninth street, went to Indianapolis this morning as a representative of the K of P. lodge ot Centerville. From present street talk a whole lot of those in Richmond -ho had copper stock got well caught in the slump and many oi them iost a pue of money. A special meeting of the Public Waiting Room association is called for Tuesday, Oct. 8, at the North A street Friends cnurcn. It is neces sary that every member be present. The board of associated charities met this afternoon and accepted the resignation of Miss Emma Rhoades. Miss Raoades leaves to take her po sition at Indianapolis on the first of November. f The High School Argus, one of the i oest papers of its class in the state, is not receiving the support it de-1 serves in the way of suoscriptions. j Its friends s ould rally to its support and promptly put it on a paying basis. ' FOREIGN FACTS. Permission has been given for the erection of a crematory In Madrid. Budapest barmaids hereafter mast be forty years old at least byorder of the Hungarian minister of the interior. Among the presents sent by humble people to theiew baby " daughter of King Victor Emmanuel III. is a gayly painted cage containing two love birds. The European dog census has been completed and shows that France, with 2,SG4,000 dogs, holds the record. France has seventy-five dogs to every thou sand inhabitants. By sixty-eight votes against seven teen the Norwegian chamber of depu ties has decided to allow women who pay tax on an Income of at least 300 francs to vote in all business matters. In the town of Irkutsk, on the Sibe rian railway, there is at present only one man, a Frenchman, who seaks any other language than Russian. A hotel with polyglot servants Is much needed there. According to a French scientific pa per, there were only 50.000 deaths from consumption in England during the year 1000, whereas in France, where the climate la much drier, there were 150,000 deaths from the same disease in the same year. One of the most striking relics of the siege of the legations In Teking last year is to be exhibited In London. It is a flag torn almost to shreds by the incessant fusillade. Throughout the siege this flag floated over the British quarters. It was taken to England by Sir Claude Macdonald. ITEMS OF INTEREST. Supreme court justices in New York city receive $7,500 a year more than Justices of the supreme court of the United States. A seven story building in Chicago has just been raised with jacks twenty cne and a half feet without cracking a pane of glass or injuring a wall. Minister Wu has assured the authori ties of the St. Louis exposition that he will use his influence to persuade the Chinese government to make an ex hibit at the fair. A murderer, condemned to be hanged, recently refused to take advantage of an opportunity to escape from a Mis sissippi county jail when several of bis fellow convicts got away. Alaska has 10,000 square miles capa ble of cultivation. Its only lighthouse is an unsightly pole at Sitka with a red lamp tied to it, which the government pays $10 a month to maintain. An effort is to be made to remove a large red oak tree from the wildest sec tion of Arkansas to Forest park, St. Louis, for the Louisiana Purchase ex position. It is 160 feet high and 12 feet In diameter at the base. A house which is associated with the early life of Daniel Webster Is soon to be sold. It Is at Main street and Web ster avtnue, Hanover, N. H. Webster occupied one of its rooms for a large part of his student life at Dartmouth eolk-ge. Ihsekias. Cholly What's youah hand bandag ed for, old cbap? Archie "eumatism. old man. Me b write of a man bwought me a cold saucah with my coffee this mawning. Cholly The wascal! Leslie's Week ly. 1901-1902 PEOPLE OF THE DAY Pnnallca For Dr. RUejt. ' Dr. Preston M. IUxey, medical In- ! spector, U. S. X., who. it Is announced, s will become surgeon general tf the nary when Dr. Van Reypeu retires, became ! President McKSnley's physician when Dr. Leonard Wood left Washington as ' colonel of the rough riders. Mr. and Mrs. McKinley have had the most per- iV.-l I- H . KB- PKESLET M. KIXET. feet confidence In the ability of Dr. Itixey. lie was with Mrs. McKinley during her serious illness in San Fran cisco in May last- Dr. Rixey was born In Culpepcr, Va., in 1S2. He entered the navy as assistant surgeon In 1S74 and has seen service on the vessels of the most im portant squadrons. Surgeon Van Rey pon will not retire in the ordinary course until Nov. 14, 1002. His com mission as surgeon general, which was for a period of four years, however, ex pires Dec. IS, 1001. and it Is expected that Dr. Rixey will succeed him at that time. St ration'! Years of PrnsprrHnc. Most people think because Winfield Scott Stratton was a carpenter and never heard of until the Independence made him a multimillionaire in twenty eight days that he had nothing what ever to do with bis own good fortune, relates the New York Times. But Strat ton bad been an Indomitable prospector for years before be struck it. He lived at Colorado Springs, and in the winter he would work at his trade, and In the Bummer he would pack a burro with his outfit and follow the beast on foot over the hills until the storms drove him Into winter quarters again. Stratton was Invariably unsuccessful in these summer trips. Year after year be prospected in the Saa Juan, at Lead ville and in other sections, but found nothing. But be was all the time ac quiring an unrivaled knowledge of the ore bearing ground of Colorado. And he was no common prospector or min er. After awhile he took a course in geology, mineralogy and assaying at Colorado college. After that he went armed with a blowpipe, the only pro cess of assaying available to the pros pector in the field. The territory where he located the Independence Jnly 4, 1891, had been deserted by even the few prospectors who had staked claims there as being entirely outside the gold belt. Stratton was left alone, and they called him the hermit of Battle moun tain." The Independence began to pro duce In 1S93. and by 1899. when he sold It to the London company. It had pro duced 14.500.000. He got f 10.000,000 In cash for it. The Bradley Martina. Every now and then reports come from over the ocean as to the move ments of Mr. and Mrs. Bradley Martin. The English people regard them as the living exponents of money spending and lavish American hospitality. Just now the United Kingdom is quite ex cited over the fact that Mrs. Bradley Martin Las not only taken an enormous party, lnclr.diiig Ixrd and Lady Cra ven, in a private train to Balraacann. but that she has also hired half a bote! at Inverness to accommodate ht-r friends wl'.o r.ro to be present at tlir northern r.i'fT'n?. ' Portland fair, Sept. 30, Oct., 2, 3 and 4. 1901. ' -. ... Sale of Tickets : -ft I I l Trrv.. fill I v. The careful housewife employs Royal Baking Powder exclusively, be cause it is a surety against alum and all forms of adulteration that go with other brands. DeLunatico Inquirendo. Inquest of insanity was held in 'Squire Hoover's court this morning upon Mati Ida Widup. The physicians were Drs. Harold and Haughton. She was held to be insaDe and application will be made for her admission to IVieim9s That Command Respect. PRICES That Exact Admiration In autumn on the seventh day of the week. The young man's fancy lightly turns to thoughts of clothes. The trysting place for the young man and the clothes is our store. If you haven't bought your fall suit we can give you some very interesting figures. We can give you sat isfaction as well as economy. Our suits are stylish, ele gant, distinguished looking, and reasonable in price. $7.50, $10.00, $13.50, $15.00 and up will buy a first class suit and you will be sur prssed to learn how good these suits are. LOEHR & 725 MAIN ST. MONEY LOANERS are not all alike. Some make their money by taking advantage of the bor rowers' misfortunes. We have built up a big business by helping our clients ont of difficulties in stead of inducing them to "jump from the frying pan into the fire." We have the best class of clients in the city. ...... r Our r te is !ow. payments easy, and business strictly confidential. We advance money on salaries. We also loan on household goods and office fixtures without removal, and on jewelry, watches, etc., left in pledge. We make friends, not enemies, of our clients. RICHMOND LOAN CO. (Established 1895) Room 8, Colonial Building. Southeast Cor. Main and 7th Sts. Home Phone 4 IS ELECTRICAL . . Supplies, MACHINERY AJND CONSTRUCTION. 5-i-2 MAtX ST. HOME PHONE 1859. Norman Baughman & Co. SEE THE TREAT 1 Ernest Seaton-Thompson. 2 Mendelssohn Quar tette Co. and Margaret Smith. 3 Durno-Km-mett Combination. 4 Fred Emmerson Brooks. 5 Senator J. P. Dollivar. G James Headley. FIRST NUMBER NOV. 8. Beains Thursday October 3d Easthaven. Her mania is that she thinks people want to kill her and her children. She is 65 years of age. Water bills due October i. sep26dl0t SoSts KLUTE "Lucky Curve" Fountain Pen . Thev Always Write Right Try a Parker Lucky Curve when you call for stationery. School Suoplies 1 1: wood Morris & Co. Phone 70S. T'20 Main St.