Ricmroyp daily fa ll.d iitm . Saturday, October iO, iooi.
SATURDAY. OCT. 19. 1901."
Richmond Palladium helsstiU &ctivl7 engaged inbusi-
- ipes3-:, ... -v-
i ., Mr, and Mrs. J. O. Barber start for
4 the east tonight.
Cullaton went to Indianapolis
Indiana and Ohio Weather iOQ business today.
for Ohio: Fair tonight and Sua
day, cooler tonight in north. Cooler
D. C, Oct. 19. 1 Mrs. Wallace Doan returned this
Generally fair to- im yrDin irom maianapons
Sunday, slightly cooler?
Johnson Bane is coming
Dark glasses for the sun.
Spectacles correctly fitted
Johnson Bane, Masonic temple,
Oct. 24. if
Kernels of wheat the queen break
ast food. oct9dtf
Get a pair of correctly fitted spec
tacles at Haner's, 810 Main street.
Attend night school at the Busi
ness College. tf
Mrs. II. M. Haines isvisit'ng Mr.
Haines mother, who i ill, at Seven
John Pyle, the Lewisville barber,
has a chair at the Westcott barber
shop. ' .
Christopher Grantman, " an old
Iiicbrnondite, died at Gailoway,Neb.,
David Horton and family of Port
land are visiting Mrs. Harriet Hor
ton, north fifteenth street., V ,
Today there are institutes at
Economy and at Bethel conducted by
Peter Hyde," now living at Mc
Pherson, - Kansas, is visiting his
mother, north twelfth street.
Mrs. Milton Stanley and daughter
of Avilla are visiting James Beeson
and wife of north fifteenth street.
Ibe art is not in making money
but in saving it. Dickinson Trust
Co. pays 3 per cent on deposits.
Today is the time to begin Open
a savings account now. Dickinson
Trust Co. - 17d3t
A savings account is a friend in
adversity. Dickinson Trust Co.
pays interest on savings accounts.
Edgar F. Hiatt gave a wagon
party this afternoon in honor of his
cousin; Miss Sarah Peele, of Brook
lyn. In circuit court Mina A. Rusche
was granted a divorce from Henry
A. Rusche and given custody of the
On Tuesday next the Aftermath
discuss Romeo and Juliet, the essay
ists being Mrs. Kaminski and Mrs.
Earhart . - T f; - 4
Mrs. rxora Johnson who has for
several weeks been visiting V. J
Brannon and wife returned to her
home at Indianapolis today
Prof. Dennis is at Kokomo. where
he lectured last night. He spoke
before the Howard county Teachers
institute this afternoon.
Deputy Supreme regent Grier of
the Roval Arcanum was at the regu
lar meeting of the order in this city
last evening and made an address.
Earl Widup has opened an office in
the Colonial building and has one of
the nicest offices in the city. Miss
L'zzie Townsend is his stenographer
Among those who have returned
from the Michigan fishing grounds
are Ed Cooper, Ed and Billy Roser,
Lou Knopf, Eou Minck and Jacob
The St. Louis Globe-Democrat of
yesterday contained a very trood
likeness of John F. Miller among the
other members of the national
world's fair commission.
W. J. Brannon who has been in
poor health for some time will make
a trip to Ohio to visit a sister next
week. He may extend the trip to
Virginia if health improves.
The great fortunes of the present
day are built upon a foundation of
small savings. . Dickinson Trust Co.
pavs interest on savings deposits.
Mr. Schwab of the much-talked-about
Schwab traction lines says
that the company is backed by the
Everett-More syndicate of Cleveland
and will have 20,000,000 in electric
lines before winter is over.
On Wednesday evening next, the
Benevolent Association of Hermann
lodge of Odd Fellows giye a banquet
and ball, the proceeds to go to the
treasury or the association. They
already have 300 tickets sold at 50
cents each so a big affair is assured.
The Bon Ton orchestra supplies the
No boy ever became great as a
man who did not in youth learn
save monev. Dickinson Trust
is helping boys with a
On Thursday B. B. Myrick, sr.,
celebrated his SOth birthday anni
versary at the home of his son, B.B
Myrick, jr. All of his living children
except Mrs. Jobron of Ir.diana;xH
were present. Mr. Myrick was born
at Nantucket. Oct. 17. 121, aad
married in August. 1S44 Thev came
Miss Ethel Purdy of Muncie is the
guest of Miss Lizzie Townsend.
Mrs. Ed Smyser and son have
gone to Dayton "for a short visit.
M. C. Klley is at Indianapolis to
day and will remain over Sunday.
Royal Chapter number 4!, order
Eastern Star, regular meeting tonight.
Oct. 24. ! Charley Lugers and familv went to
Haner's Indianapolis today to remain over
Mr. Lathrop Chuswell, of New
York, will be the guest of Dr. Park
There was no police eaurt this
morning. A great wave of reform
seems to have swept over the city.
The quarters for the manual train
ing department in Garfield school
wiil be in usable shape early next
Lon Swisher and wife who were
visiting relatives here returned !
home to West Alexandria this morn
The Indianapolis crowd is all re
turning today and the trains have
been full of them. Few express them
selves as pleased.
An unusual thing for this section
is that pumpkins are scarce. The
farmers have very few of them and
what there are are very smalL
Daniel G. Reid and wife arrived
this morning for a visit to friends
and relatives. They are stopping
with Mr. and Mrs. John B. Dougan.
Chesman & Shepman will decorate
the stage at the Gennett on Friday
evening next free of expense to any
one as their tribute to Mr. Gillilan.
In circuit court this morning a di
vorce was granted to Ada M. Robin
son from Charles M. Robinson. .She
was also given custody of the minor
child, a baby in arms.
There will be a meeting of the
Union Cabinet of the Epworth
League Monday evening, Oct. 21, at
7:30, in the Grace M. E. church. Let
every member be present if possi
ble. Mr. and Mrs. Charley Neal left
this morning for Buffalo to remain
for a week or so. It was a much
needed rest for Mr. Neal and his
friends hope he may enjoy it as much
as he seemed to anticipate.
Mr. Ralph Peters passed through
this morning,for Cincinnati, and was
joined oy Superintendent Ohhger.
hue here they were busy with the
plans for the new station which is
taken to mean that bids on the con
tract are to be received soon.
Councilman D. P. Whelan wants
it distinctly and irrevocably under
stood that he has no intention of
introducing that ordinance with re
gard to trailing skirts. lie denies
the allegation and defies the allega
tor. The Ladies' Aid society of the
Second Pri s'jyterian church will hold
a rummage sale at 1027 Main street,
beginning Tuesday, Oct. 22. Rooms
open for donations Monday morning
at 9 o'clock. Those desiring to con
tribute may notify Mrs. N. H. Ken
ley, 211 north seventeenth street,
and their goods will be called for.
Miss Jennie Ritter left this morn
ing for Connersville on a visit to rel
atives and will sing in one of the
churches there tomorrow. She soon
returns to Lafayette where she has a
one ciass in vocal culture ana sings
in one of the churches. She will be
here again at the holidays. She is
improving a good deal and intends
finally to locate in some large city in
church music entirely.
An item of interest to owners of
Belgian hares was in a decision in
the courts at Terre Haute yesterday.
It has been supposed that where Bel
gian hares were damaged or killed
action would be the same as is the
destruction of any other domestic
animals or property, such as chickens
or pigs, and the attorney-general has
jiieu a sort oi opinion mat way. in
the court above cited it was held that
they were not domestic animals.
This means that owners of the ani
mals must keep them up and can not
recover if a dog kills them.
The Royal Arcanum meeting last
evening was a rouser, one of the
largest they have had for a long
time, and awakened new interest in
this sterling order which is one of
the finest in the city, though not
often heard from in a public way.
it was decided to give a series of en
tertainments soon and Ciena Gaar and
Charley McG .lire, who are the cap
tains of the two teams, were appoint-
ed as a committee in charge. The
to first one will be a public installation j
Co. or something along that line, on the !
savings de-; evening of the 2lth,when the speaker j
17d3; l of last week will return from Pitts-'
burg. Tee p'ogram will be an-i
nounced later. (
James B. Nelson, who is consult
ing engineer in the municipal e'.ec-
trie light p-ant here, was resterdav ;
appointed city civil engineer of the
city of Icd.acaroli. The Journal J
says of it: "Mr. Nelson is at rres-1
to $3,500. The council never au
thorized the increase, however.
.. Attorney Bert Medsker of Cam
bridge City is in town today.
George Holland Binkley of Chi
cago and his daught r Joanna are
visiting - C. C. Binkley for a few
Lou Muth brought back with him
from Michigan a ery nice lot of
bass. Oneofth'm was the largest
bass he ever caught and weighs 4
pounds and a half. It is a very fine
fiah and attractsa good deal of atten
At the Starr piano rooms today
they have the rarest curiosity tbey
have ever had there 30,000th piano.
1 he piano bearing this proud num
ber is a very neat instrument in a
mahogany case and is the first to
contain the new addition which is
going to revolutionize pianos, the at
tachment for sustaining the notes in
the bass without regard to the treble
at the will of the performer. It gives
a peculiar orchestral effect to the
tone of the piano that is going to
make every buyer of a piano ask for
one which has it.
SlKKK.ltS AG AIM
Samar llmew Their
," v lack and Kill le-n.
Manila, Oct. 19.-Five hundred bolo
men attacked a d. .-Tai-him -tit of 40 men
of the .nh infantry at liangajt.u. on the
Gandara river, ijud of Samar. yes
terday, killing io and wounding &
The remainder of the company arrived
Charles Wiggins, aged 74 years, was
an old conductor on the C. H & D.
road but for several years has done
nothing. He lived with his son,
'young" Charley Wiggins, at corner
of north twelfth and Railroad streets.
He seemed to be in usual health. This
morning his son went to the chain
works to fire up, and on his
return found the old man
sitting in a chair with his clothes on,
dead. He had died from heart dis
ease. The remains were taken to the
home of his son, Holly Wiggins, 6l)0
Sheridan street. The funeral will be
CAPTAIX THOMAS W. COXVELIt.
Lt.lrr.r the Ilt-Fatv.l Company C, Recently
:ua-Mcreil in samar.J
on the scene in time to prevent further
slaughter and routed the enemy, kill
ins over 1 of them. It is believed
that the enemy only retired for re
inforcements. As tioou as the news
""wUTYewived at fataluUouan. two gun
boats were dispatched. General Smith
going in person to the scene.
Dancing class Tuesday and Thurs
day evenings by Prof. Nattall; also a
social dance eyery Saturday even
CapL Garrlgus Marries.
The publicity which was made some
time ago of the probable marriage of
Capt. Garrigus, state commander of
the G. A. R , interests all his friends
in the announcement that the wed
ding will take place next Wednesday
The Palladium gave an extended
interview with the gallant old vet
when he was heresome timeago. The
bride to be is Miss Marie Thomas
The groom is past seventy years of
age and MissThoma9 will be eighteen
on tne wedding day. rne girl is a
country-reared orphan and is very
pretty. Until a short time ago she
lived with her uncle, Henry Ed
wards, whose place adjoins the farm
owned by the groom. Relatives have
prevented the marriage until now.
The ceremony will be at the homeof
her form ir guardian, Henry Thorn as
Wlll Be Required to Conclude
mlral Schley's tilde.
Washington. Oct. 19. Just . before
the Schley court of inquiry adjourned
yesterday Attorney Raynor, counsel
for Admiral Schley, Informed the court
that he hoped to be able to conclude
the presentation of testimony for the
applicant by the close of next week.
He added that he thus far had not
had opportunity to consult with wit
nesses who are still to be heard. lie
therefore asked tljal ?Q adjournment
be taken until Monday. Speaking for
the court Admiral Dewey said he was
most happy to grant the request. Ac
cordingly, the court adjourned until
11 o'clock Monday.
The list of witnesses examined in
cluded eight names, but the interro
gation of the last of the witnesses
called had not been concluded when
the day came, to a close. This last
witness was Lieutenant R W. Wells,
jr., who served during the war with
Spain as Admiral Schley's flag lieu
tenant, or private secretary. From
the line of the examination relating
to the fight of July 3. already pursued,
it Is evident that it is the intention of
Mr. Raynor to have Lieutenant Wells
give a complete history of Admiral
Schley's actions during the Spanish
war. When the court adjourned he
had reached the period of the battle
of July 3. having gone quite minutely
Into other Incidents of the campaign
up to that time. Including the dis
patches from Admiral Sampson.
War liepart utent Kisniayetl.
Washington, Oct. 1U. The war de
partment officials are somewhat dis
mayed at the report of the new set
back oil the island of Samar. The
0th infantry, which suffered at Balan
giga, was the same organization that
engaged in the latest fight at Banjajou,
though in that case the company at
tacked is not known. An inspection of
the disiosition made of the troops
on the island of Samar shows that
before the Italaugiga fight there were
no less than 38 separate iHsts. These
were so disposed that supplies could be
conveyed to the troops by water. Gen
eral Hughes has left Samar and gone
to the island of Cebu to recuperate,
which accounts for the assumption of
the command on Samar by General
Smith. General Hughes was worn out
and suffering from the effects of a se
vere fall received while chasing In
surgents ia the mountains of Samar.
Makes delicious hot biscuit,
griddle cakes, rolls,
OYA BAKING POWDER CO.. 100 WILLIAM ST. NEW VOOK.
CLOSES OCX. 3 1 ST.
The Pan-American Exposition is
nearing a close. Only a few davs
remain in which to enjoy it. , After
October 31st it will be a thing of the
past. Go now and irotit in nleasure
and knowledge of the wonderful
uchievements of the Americans and
their possibilities. The trip may be
made at very low rates via the Ak
ron route. The lowest fares yet
offered are in effect over those lines
each Tuesday. Thursdav and Satur
day. Coach excursion tickets sold
on those dates are irood pfcnrnintr
six days including day of sa ample
time for getting acquainted with the
Pan-American Exposition and in
specting the grandeur of Niagara
Falls. Excursion tickets may be ob
tained any day over the Akron
route, but those sold Tuesdays,
Thursdays and Saturdays are es
pecially important to persons wish
ing to make the trip at the lowest
fare. Find out about them by ap
plying to local agents of the Akron
route. C. W. Elmer,
Ticket Agent, Richmond, Ind.
He&Js the Skin.
Ptot tt B etohbora cm of plmlas, Miami
totter, ryaipelM, alcera, or an eruption. The
core u permanent, fio cente a box, at dnurgieta
er by mail, poet paid. Back ap ita good work
arith Ilaiakall'a Medicated Soap, 86 cent.
JOHXATOW, HOLLOW AT CO-
Ml tnacra Ik, iaUaaelala. .
' I will never cease giving praise fe
what HelskeH'e Ointment haa dona for
me." Mrs. G. E. Spongier, S26 Madir
aon Sc., Phila Jolphla.
Doing the RigM Thin if.
The trouble begins with a tickline
in the throat and a n&ss'ms little
cough. Soreness in the chest follows
and the patient wonders if he is go
ing to have an all winter cold. Probably,-
if he does the wrong thing cr
nothing. Certainly not if he uses
Perry Davis' Painkiller, the staunch
old remedy that cures a cold in twen
ty-four hours. There is but one Pain
killer, Perry Davis'.
JACOB V. KAl'I", 1. !., PASTOlt
Mien s Sonts
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
The trysting place
clothes is our store.
for the young man and the
Services at io:ri a. m.:
Sabbath School 9 :oo a.
S. C. E. 6 145 p. m.
Sermon ia the merning by
REV. KARL, AlE,
Of Utan, Ind.
In the evening by the pastor.
For the evening service.
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
prised to learn how good these suits are.
LOEHR & KLUTE
725 MAIN ST.
Miners Fullv Organized.
Springfield, Ills., Oct. 19. State
President W. It. Russell of the United
Mme Workers of America, has arrived
here from Indianapolis. He says that
the first step toward gathering the
bituminous miners of the United
States into one gigantic organization
to defend themselves against the dan
ger of a consolidated management of
the bituminous coal fields of the coun
try, was Taken Wednesday at Indian
apolis. Mr. Kuss"ll is authority for
the statement that the miners of Illi
nois and Indiana are fully organiz?d
and ready to join a national movement.
to Richmond in 1S57, but removed to ent county surveyor and his appoint -1
Evansviile in 1SS2, returning to Rich
raond in 1SSS. Mrs. Myrick died in
lSiS. They had eight children, of
whom six are living. Mr. Myrick
has been an energetic citizen ever
since coming here, a man of influ
ence. He was state agent for the
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iTtci insurance coiuLiaay irom 1 iaiure proviaing' tor an
to Although so ripe in years salary of city engineer
meat a c:tv civil enop.neer wiil be
come elective the first of the month.
The salary of county surveyor is $2,-
tHR a year, wbiie that of citv civil t
engineer is $2,500. Mr. Nelson was j
instrumental, it is said, in securing
the passage cf a bill in the last lejris-1
increase of !
from, f 2.500 i
A metal polish that does not
daub the hands or woodwork. '
I s s ou ony tantalize the
, ( I appetite when you serve
. your soup or oysters without v
S - An oyster cracker with a taste to it. ''TlFrC "P
1 Small, crisp and fiaky, with just a "yUy & 1
I savor of salt. j )
I y 5 cents a package, f-s.
Lhimii V national biscuit company.
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