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THE RICHMOND FALLADIUJI ASU SU.-TLLGltA3I, It'ESDAV, JANUARY 14. 1903.
THE RICHMOND PALLADIUM AND SUN-TELEGRAM. TEACHER SHOULD GUARD PUPILS ENEMIES OF PURE FOOD LAW HAVE Palladium Printing Co., Publishers. Office North 9th and A Street. RICHMOND, INDIANA. This Is Belief of Secretary j Hurty. ! BECOME ACTIVE PAGE FOUR. PRICE Per Copy, Dally Per Couy, Sunday Per Week, Daily and 8unday. , 2c . So .10 IN ADVANCE One Year $5.00 Entered at Richmond, Ind. Postcfflc A Second Class Mail Matu-r EDISON HAS RECORD LIST OF PATENTS Wizard of Menlo Park Is Now Holder of Nearly One Thousand. GREAT AMERICAN PATENTEE Washington, Jan. 1 1 The greatest .patentee in this country anil that Tprobahly means the greatest in the world is Thomas A. Edison. He lias rolled n i tlu enormous total of almost 1,000 patent and shows no inclina tion to quit. Ask the Patent Office people who komcs next to 1'hiisoii said they will tell you that nobody is within hailing distance of the wizard. A good many men can count their patents by the ncorc, and as some of them are much younger than Edison they may beat ,Wm ovit in time. Pram a focmt photo. THOMAS A. EDISON Up to the present time, however he deserves the title of the Great Ameri can Patentee. That means a good deal, for It is undoubtedly a fact that an American will take out a patent on less provocation than any other man or woman in the world. A9 h eonsequtnee the Patent Of fice is piling it)) a swollen fortune which makes it a bloated bondholder among the Government departments. It has achieved a surplus of $6,000,000. and is growing richer every day. Yan- j kee ingenuity is gorging the Patent j Office with records and piling up mod- j els bv the- hundred thousand. THE WORST KIND. : After Piles have existed for a time, ! the Buffering is intense pain, aching, throbbing, tumors form, filled to burst ing with black blood. Dr. Ieonhardt's Heiu-Hoid (used in- ternally). tho only absoluto Pile cure, curea the most stubborn case in exist ence; bonded guarantee to that effect With each package. $1.00 at I ao II. Fihe's. Richmond, inai&ua, w in. umuuu ev., ouuuu Buffalo. N Y. VESPER SACRED CONCERT SUNDAY HandePs "Messiah" To Be Re- peated. A. vesper sacred concert will be giv-i en. next Sunday afternoon at First M.j E. church at three o'clock. The choir under tho direction of Prof. J. Ij. Har ris, will give Handel's "Messiah." The concert Sunday afternoon will be aug- mented by an pieces. orchestra of twenty There once was a maiden young and gay. She'd laugh and .-.ing the whole lung day. for I am so happy and well, said she, 'nw thjit I tsk lIrlHxti.r"s; Rrirlv Mountain Tea.-A. G. Luken & Co.;11 th Unilcd Btat "" aford tu i follow. ' . A simple method of resuscitation j from asphyxia is reported by Dr. W.J riedenfhai. of Berlin. He introduced! :ke index fingir into the mouth and! v.io' ed it to ami fro over the epiglot-' lis, a L-iiii; an effort to sw.iUow. which ' was iimoeuiaU-ly follow vd by a return ? inspirati. ;. This pro ed &ucces- i fn w hen t'.K- oIjt methods failed, i vhil u makes mvi rp traction on the tongue unr.e i'ar Women in Madagascar drape their sLaws as the old Roman senators did their togas. The Roman custom was to wear the toga wrapped around the body and across one shoulder, leaving JtiiQ ctheTon unentered. In a current isue of the Educator Journal, Dr. J. N. llurty, secretary of the State Board of iicali.li, discusse? the health of school children and pre sents an opinion in line with the rule-, which have just been adopted by tie state board and which require that a child suffering from any infectious dis ease shall leave school. Dr. Hurty be lieves that the teacher should look aft er the physical as well as the mental welfare of the pupil. Under the head ing of "General Illness," he says: "To discover and determine illness is not difficult, for it is shown in tin1 countenance. In the attitude and man- j ner. The sick child, if it plays, does j it listlesbly; it has flushed cheeks, or heavy lidded eyes or contracted brows, or distressed lines about the mouth. It. takes very slight perception to dis cover these signs and the good teacher who perceives the lines should not de lay in sending the nild home with a pleasant and kind note to its mother. Quickly O ured Pyramid Pile Cure Positively a Marvel of Quick Curing Power. Send for a Free Trial Package Today. We want every man and woman suf fering from the excruciating torture of piles to just send their name and ad dress to us and get by return mail a free trial package of the most, effect ive and positive cure ever known for this disease, Pyramid Pile Cure. As an example, Emma Bodenhamer of Bedford, Indiana, was in constant pile-agony for 2.'! years. Three 50 cent boxes of Pyramid Pile Cure cured her. And George. Braneigh of Schellburg, Pa., cured his 14-year piles with only one 50 cent box. The way to prove what this great remedy will do in your own case, Is to just send your name and address to us and you will get by return mail a free trial treatment of Pyramid Pile Cure. Then after you have proven to your self what it can ,do, you will go to the druggist aud get a 50-cent box. Don't undergo an operation. Oper ations are rarely a success and often lead to terrible consequences. Pyra mid Pile Cure reduces all inflamma tion, makes congestion, irritation, itch ing, sores and ulcers disappear and tho piles simply quit. Send your name and address today for this free trial treatment to Pyra mid Drug Co., 1;17 Pyramid Bhig., Mar shall, Mich. On sale at all drug stores at 50 cents a box. PENNY WISE, POUND FOOLISH, POLICY This, Winslow Says, Is Idea Pursued by U. S. With Representatives. FORCED TO USE OWN PURSE Washington, Jan. 1 1. -From till over tho globe complaints of shabby treat ment of American diplomatic and con- Slliar representatives are coming to ; COUCT,ss and the state department. : The "knockers" in the foreign service are very numerous and insistent. Re cently Charles Dcnby thundered a vol ley of complaint across the Pacific f.nm Alfred, ! Winslow. American consul" at Valpa raiso, Chili, has sent a letter to Con gress that has elicited the attention of members of that body to some of the 'troubles of a consul. Mr. Winslow is ! an Indiana man, hailing from Ham mond and he has the Hoosier charac teristic of being able to speak his i j mind. His statement as to how the 'government fails to provide for its con- ,uis is interesting. "One thing is tertain," he writes, "and that is that the service must eith- ier often suiter seriously or the consu lar officer must draw heavilv on his private purse to pay government bills, as 1 have done the past year. It seem? j to me that it would be wise to be at i least as liberal with consular officers j as business houses are with their for-' ; eicn representatives, and then hold ' jthem to account in the same manner. ' j None but honest and capable men I should be retained in the service, and ; these should be given some liberties as to what is necessary for the best in terests of the service ut their respect ive posts. I believe th,e present is a penny wise and pound "foolish policy Easy Change Coffee to delicious POSTU and "There's a Reason" Read. "The Road to Wellville," in rkgs. Will Do Their Best to Have The Stings in the Important Measure Taken Out That They May Profit. THERE IS SMALL CHANCE OF SUCCESS HOWEVER. The Real Friends of the Law Are Satisfied as It Is at Present Wiley Believes Mistake If Changed. Washington, .Ian. 11. The forces that for years opposed pure food legis lation, either state or national, arc anxioiiH to persuade congress to lake: some of the stings out of the federal pure food law. So far the lobbying has been done quietly; the' effort has been to sound menilicrs. Later if suf ficient encouragement is received an open attack on the law, or on some sections of it will be made. As a part of this campaign to break down the new law the interests have caused articles to be published in mag azines and in the trade papers offen sively attacking the men who have to do directly with the enforcement of tho law. Whether congress will pay any attention to the campaign that has been started remains to be seen. It seems reasonable to suppose that it will ignore the interests that are mak ing the attack oji the law. The light Is directed against the board of threo members, with Dr. H. W. Wiley at its head, which primarily decides whether a manufacturer of food stuffs is obey ing the law. In most of the criticisms of this board there is failure to take notice of the fact that the findings of this board must be approved by the secretary of agriculture, the secretary of the treasury and the secretary of commerce and labor. And then there is a final appeal to the courts. Cause of Recent Friction. Most of the recent friction has grown out of the attitude of the board on the products of tho corn products company, said to be controlled by the Standard Oil company. Whether this company shall call its principal pro duct "corn sirup" or "glucose sirup'' is still undecided. Friends of Law Satisfied. The real friends of the pure food legislation are satisfied with tho law as it stands. If Dr. Wiley could have ' hi way he would undoubtedly make some changes in tho law, but he be lieves it would be a mistake to at tempt to make the law over at this time, and so has no recommendations to offer to congress. A little later the house committee on interstate and foreign commerce will grant a hearing to persons and concerns that have suggestions to offer. If such hearings are held the old substantial friends of the legislation will b found there. insisting that nothing shall be done; to break down the law. The law has. j ' of course, worked hardships, but the i men who were responsible for its eu-.No Electoral Changes Increas actment believe that the country in dorses it enthusiastically It Does The Business. Mr. 10. K. Chamberlain, of Clinton, Maine, says of Bucklen's Arnica Salve. "It does the business; I have used it for piles and it cured them. Used it. for chapped hands and it cured them. Applied it to an old sore and it healed it without leaving a scar behind." 25c. at A. (1. I.uken Co.. drug store. C. " & 1.. ticket agent will sell vou sleeping car tickets to Chicago for their 11:15 P. M. train. Call on him. aprO-tf LABOR LEADERS T Will Speak at Big Terre Haute Mass Meeting to Be Ar ranged For. CAUSES5 A STIR IN VIGO. Terre HadleV Ind.. Jan. 14.- The Ir.di-: una Federation of Labor has decided to make a stand liere against the candida cy of Congressman James E. Watsou ; for the republican nomination for gov-i eraor." There will be a conference Thursday afternoon of local labor lead ers and Edgar Perkins, State president; Thomas Perry of Indianapolis, chair man of the Committee on politics; O. j P. Smith, of Logaasport, State Or-: gauizer. and Fred Feleh, chairman of the legislative committee of the Broth erhood of Railway Trainmen. This conference will fix a date for a mass : meeting. Senator Hemenway had planned with the republican leaders in j Terre Haute, who are in control of the' organization, to deliver ti e vote of Vign county to Watson. Former At- ' torney-eGeurai Charles Miller had spent some days in Terre Haute pre-; ceding the recent Indianapolis love feast, and thought he had assurance of votes, but. the Judge-Piety faction. talked freely about handing over a sol- id rote to Watson, whereupon Miller hurried back here to learn what the true eentiment might be. AGANS This is the one Richmond store that sticks to the true definition of the word bargain. When we say bargain you can depend upon getting bargains, genuine bargains, and right at the time of the year when you need them most. HERE IS EVIDENCE: On tomorrow, Wednesday morning, we will put on sale the fol lowing items from our Dress Goods Department: 3 Pieces Black Wool Goods, full double width, worth up to 75c, Sale Price 39c yd. 4 Pieces Black Goods, worth up to $1.25, Sale Price, per yard 49c 7 Pieces Black Goods in Voils, Melrose, Panama, worth up to $2.50, Sale Price $1.35 14 Pieces Fancy Sale Price Pieces Novelty 85c value ARE GERMANY WILLBACK PRINCE VON BUELOW ing Agitating Power of Socialists. BLAME FOR RIOTS SHIFTED. EACH SIDE DECLARES THE OTH ER WAS RESPONSIBLE FOR THE SERIOUS OUTCOME OF THE DEMONSTRATIONS. Berlin, Jan. 11. That the govern-i nient will back Prim j Minister von ; Buelow in his attitude toward the re- j quested change by the socialists of the : franchise system which culminated in the street demonstrations of Friday and Sunday was the declaration today of a personage who is in close touch with the administration. The social ists demanded in the Prussian Land- , tag that the present '.dutooraiio sys tem of suffrage he abandoned and that a "manhood suffrage" be substituted. "The socialist disturbances will re sult in the liberals drawing closer to the support of the government," this official said. "The liberals in Germ-, any are composed largely of manufac - turers, bankers, merchants anu otner : property-owning interests. These in- J terests perceive that if they ar-' to avoid being devoured by the socialists they must stand together for a strong ; government. Prince von t?aeiow s dec laration was no more than the simple truth. The government will consent to no electoral changes which increase the power of the socialists to agitate against the existing organization of so ciety, and ail political parties, except ing the socialists, will make common cause with it.'' Beth Sides Shift Blame. Both sides are disposed to minimize the character of the demonstrations of ; yesterday and each affirms that the ( manifesTants were composed in part ; of rowdies who made use of this op- portunity to endeavor to create mis- j chief. Herr von Borrios, the chief commissioner of police, says the dem- onsTation was carefully planned and ' that the police took decisive action only when they knew that the social-! ists were determined upon unlawful j public demonstrations. The socialists quite agree that the demonstrations were planned in advance, but they de- j clare that they would have passed off j in an orderly manner if the police had , not brutaltr ciar-tr iiaoffenslvw rar- j adarm. Mid-Winter Dress Goods Sale- Genuine Wool Suitings, worth up to $2.00, . .49c Dress Goods, 45 inches wide, 59c ONE LOT OF BLACK DRESS GOODS REMNANTS, good lengths, to go at one-third and one-half the original prices. ONE LOT 0FC0L0RED REMNANTS You can find Waist, Skirt and Dress Lengths in this lot at one-third and one-half the original prices. SEE THE LOT OF LININGS at Special Prices. YOU GETTING YOUR SHARE OF CLOAK AND SUIT BARGAINS? H. C. HASEMEIER CO. POLITICAL ANNOUNCEMENTS FOR REPRESENTATIVE. LEE J. REYNOLDS Candidate for Representative from Wayne Coun ty, subject to tho Republican Nomi nation. WALTER S. RATLIFF Candidate for State Representative, subject to the Republican Nomination. JUDGE CIRCUIT COURT. HENRY C. FOX Candidate for re election for Judge of the Wayne Circuit. Court, subject to the Repub lican Nomination. CHARLES E. SHIVELEY, candidate for Judge of the Wayne Circuit Court, subject to the Republican Nomination. COUNTY TREASURER. j ALBERT R. ALBERTSON of Clay township, candidate for Treasurer of. Wayne County, subject to Republi can Nomination. COUNTY RECORDER. WILL ROBBINS of Abington Town-' ship, candidate for County Recorder,' subject to the Republican Nomina-, tion. i j BENJAMIN F. PARSONS, of Wayne, towr.ship is a candidal for County ; Republican 1 Recorder, subject to th Nomination. t I JOHN C. KING of Center Township.! is a candidate tor County Recorder, i subject to the Republican Nomina- tion. FRANK C. MOSBAUGH, of Jackson j township, is a candidate for County Recorder, subject to the Republican nomination. COUNTY CORONER. j DR. A. L. BRAMKAMP, Candidate for j 1 Coroner Wayne County, subject to ' the Republican Nomination. i COUNTY COMMISSIONERS. ROBERT N. BEESON, of Harrison township, is a candidate fcr County Commissioner to "present the W estern District, subject to the Re- publican nominating election to be held in February. BARNEY H. LINDERM AN Candidate for Commissioner of the Hiddle Dis trict. Clay Township, Wayne County, subject to the Republican nomina tion. RICHARD A. DAVENPORT of Wayne township, is a can14at for cennty Bargains II 10 Pieces Colored Wool Suitings, former Prica " $1.25. Sale Price 75c j! Pieces Fancy Suitings, Extra Value, 50 inches wide, worth $1.50, now 98c i i 6 pieces Plain Wool Goods in Cashmere and Poplin, 35c value, now 15c 17 Pieces Wool Goods in Checks. Stripes and Novelties, 36 inches wide, to go at 39c i ! 6 Pieces 45 inch Fancy Voiles, worth up to $1.50 ! i now 69c commissioner of Wayno county. Eastern District, subject to the Re publican nomination. WILLIAM T. BLAIR of Green town ship, candidate for County Commis sioner, Middle District, subject to the Republican Nomination. TOWNSHIP ASSESSOR. TOM J. GOLDING Candidate for Township Assessor, Wayne Town ship, Wayne County. Subject to the Republican Nomination. CHARLES E. POTTER Candidate for Township Assessor of Wayne Town ship, Wayne County, subject to the Republican Nomina lion. CHARLES H. BULLA Candidate for Township Assessor of Wayne Town ship, Wayne County, subject to the Republican nomination. TOWNSHIP TRUSTEE. CHARLES L. WETTIG Candidate for office of Township Trustee, Wayne- Township. Wayne County, subject to Republican nomination. I THOMAS B. MARTIN Candidate fori Township Trustee of Wayne Towu-J ship, Wayne County, subject to the : j Republican Nomination. j JAMES H. HOWARTH Candidate for Township Trustee, Wayne Township' subject to the Republican Nomina-j tion. ! JOHN E. MOFFITT, candidate for of - fice of Township Trustee, Wayne; Township. Wayne Count", subject! to Republican Nomination. j i BEN H. NORRIS Candidate for Trus ' tee of Wayne Township; subject to! the Repubiic.:n Nomination. GEORGE W. COOK Candidate fo: ' Township Trustee. Wayne Town-; ship. Wavne County. Indiana, sub ject, to the Republican Nomination., DR. A. B. PRICE DENTIST j 14 and 15 The Colonial.. Phone 6S1 IacLt Assistant. 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