Newspaper Page Text
TUB KIUfttlUXD rAIJ.ADIUM AXD StLV-TELEGRAM, THURSDAY, MARCH 20, 1903.
THE RICHMOND PALLADIUM AND SUN-TELEGRAM. P I LE CURE FREE TIKI Palladium Printing Co., Publishers. Office North 9th and A Streets. Lru PAGE FOUR. RICHMOND, INDIANA. PRICE Per Copy, Dally 2c Per Copy, Sunday 3c Per Week, Daily and Sunday. 10s IN ADVANCE One Year $5 00 Entered at Richmond, Ind., Poatofflce As Second Class Mail Matter. LABOR'S POWER III POLITICAL WOULD ! Will?Be a Strong and Determ ining Factor in Com ing Campaign. IS OPPOSED TO TAFT, fcAFOLLETTE, IT IS CLAIMED, IS TrvCPARTICULAR FAVORITE OF GOMPERS AND HIS ORGANIZA TONFOR PRESIDENT. Washington, March 26. Late devel opments confirm the belief that the mass meeting called by the American Federation of Labor, to take place in every city and town in the country on the nights of April 19 and 20. will de velop into an anti-Taft demonstration. land forms of resolutions' denouncing 'Taft, intended to be introduced and I adopted at these meetings, already are lnff prepared. Sanluet Gompers and his associates iia the management of the American Federation of Labor movement to en j force labor's demands through politl 'al activity, believe they have made Bach progress in the last few years as to warrant the expectation that next November labor will elect that candi ; date for president whom it favors, and defeat any man it opposes. There is no doubt of the grave concern which politicians of both parties feel about the situation. La Follette is Preference. There is the best authority for say ing that Gompers, though careful to ive no public expression of opinion, would prefer La Follette for president to any other man in the republican list of possibilities. Politiclana of both parties are con Tlnced tUat labor is nearer to effective organization into a political phalanx tii an ver before. THOUSANDS PERISH Thousands perish every year from consumption resulting from a cold. Foley's Honey and Tar cures the most obstinate racking coughs and expels the cold from your system and pre vents consumption and pneumonia. It has cured many cases of incipient con sumption. A. G. Luken & Co. t DEATH KNELL IS SQUNDEOJFOR POSTERS Hagerstown Fair Board Likes The Newspapers. New Castle, Ind., March 20. That newspaper advertising is the modern j method and has superseded the old style flaming .poster, fence steamer, etc., is conceded by the secretaries of the Hagerston, Middletown and New- Castle fair associations and they will make a radical departure in their ad- vertising this year. Secretary T. S. ' Walker of the Hagerstown association, F. A. Wlsehart. of the Middletown as sociation, and W. L. Risk, of the New Castle association, held a conference In this city, and decided on the aboli- Itlon of the old time form of advertis- ! ing. Instead of spending a large sum in pictures, large bills and fence streamers, the newspapers will be de pended on entirely for the advertising of the three fairs, which follow each other in August. WOULDN'T ACCEPT AID FROM GOVERNMENT Soldiers' Homes fostered by The North. Oakland City, Ind., March 20. George W. Craig, a veteran of the war, has gone to the county infirmary rath er than accept care from the Govern ment at the soldiers' home. Craig made this decision, it is Said, on the advice of a sisier. who is a resident of Mississippi. S, would not give consent to he:- :vthor accepting aid ,from an lust;-; ; ion fostered by the cause of the X.u th. MASONIC CALENDAR. Thursday, March 26. Rehearsal Su per Ex. Degree, Wayne Council No. 10, R. & S. M. j Glass telephone poles reinforced by j wires are being used m some parts of German!. Trial Package of Wonderful Pyramid Cure Sent to All Who Send Name and Address. There are hundreds of cases of piles which have lasted for 2 and .' years and have been cured in a few days or weeks with the marvelous Pyramid Pile Cure. Piles sufferers in the past have look ed upon an operation as the only re lief. But operations rarely cure, and often lead to fearful results. The Pyramid Pile Cure cures. It relieves the swelling, stops the conges tion heals the ulcers and fissures and the piles disappear. There is no form of piles which this remedy is not made to cure. The Pyramid Pile Cure can be used at home. There is no loss of time or detention from business. There is no case of piles so severe that the Pyra mid Pile Cure wii! not bring relief. We make no charge for a trial pack age of Pyramid Pile Cure. This sam ple will relieve the itching, soothe the inflamed membrane and tstart you on your way to a cure. After you have used the sample go to the druggist for a 50-cent box of the remedy. Write today. The sample costs you noth ing. Pyramid Drug Co., 143 Pyramid Bldg.. Marshall, Mich. CHECKING SYSTEM IN COLUMBUS CHURCHES Novel Methods to Be Inaugur ated Soon. Columbus. Ind.. March A check ing system is to be installed next Sun day at the Tabernacle Christian church, after which no woman who at tends the church will have any excuse for wearing a hat during the services. The church has lately been remodel ed and in the big reception hall in front a great variety of racks have been placed. Two men will be in charge of this department every Sun day who will check hats, coats, cloaks, umbrellas, baby cabs and the like, and the church officials have finnounced that not a feather on the radies' hats will be ruffled. In the rear of the church a room is to be set apart where babies may be taken when they cry. Many women in the congregation say they would be glad to come to church if they had some place to take their -babies when the little ones fret and cry. No Use To Die. "I have found out that there is no use to die of lung trouble as long as you can get Dr. King's New Discov ery," says Mrs. J. P. White, of Rush boro, Pa. "I would not be alive to-day only for that wonderful medicine. It loosens up a cough Quicker than any thing else, and cures lung disease :ven after the case is pronounced hope less." This most reliable remedy for coughs and colds, la grippe, asthma, bronchitis and hoarseness, is sold un der guarantee at A. G. Luken & Co. drug store. 50c. and $1.00. Trial bot tle free. JUNK SHOP IN STEER'S STOMACH Unusual Find Was Made Butchers. by enfield. Ind., March 2ft While dretjyg a steer Henry Chappell and John Fausett found a junk shop in the stomach of the animal. Among the articles taken out were two taps, five eighths of an inoh in diameter; one one-inch wood screw and an assort ment of neHs, eleven of them ranging in size from a shingle nail to eight penny. The animal appeared to be in a healthy condition and came from the Hatton farm, near Fortville. Not less than ,TO,000,0 yen ($15,000, O0O) is yearly spent by foreign visitors in Japan. Some estimates put the amount at 40.0)0.000. For Your Digestion's Sake. Why eat wood ? Cellulose is like wood. It's in wheat. It should be milled out. Generally it isn't. You can't find a speck of it in Gold Medal Flour. That's why it's so whole some. t Gold Medal Flour For Sale by Grocers i Csio Medal Fuiui i MM LIKE W iS' ij) iJJ D When a man or a store starts with an ideal and works toward it steadily, unwaveringly persistently, the result is sure to be heard of in circles frequented by thoughtful people. Seven years ago this month the Hoosier entered the said to be and already overcrowded field with a firm resolution to do something different. We believed that if a good class of goods could be handled on a close margin of profit, it would be a success. To do this, we must sell for cash and one price, and low expense account. Every one who knows the Hoosier is struck with one thing it is alive. It does things different from any other store in Richmond. It has different methods. It is healthy. Right now its aisles, its floors, its counters, are throbbing with the spirit of spring, holding the attention and catching the fancy of men and women who know good values when they see them. A store may move along by copying and imitating, but if it chooses to cut its own path, it must do something different. It must do something new. Hence our success. nrnn tx t The little battle between the Tan and Black ox fords was a draw. Neither was victorious, and so both are crowding and both are good. We have a very nice line this spring at $1.25 to $2.50 in black. All the new shapes. Fine India Kid Tan Oxfords at $1.69, $1.98 and $2.25. This Spring it is tan or black; take your choice; one is as good as the other. Oxfords For the Little Folks area Children's Kid Slippers in Vici Kid at 98c to $1.25 Boys' Patent Leather Ox fords, worth $2.50 at $1.98 Boys' Gun Metal Oxfords at $1.98 Child's Tan Oxfords at 10c and $1.25 Ladies' Patent Leather Shoes Ladies' Patent Leather Shoes. worth $3.00 at $1.98 Ladies' button patent leather shoes at $1.98 Ladies' Fine Kid Shoes, the new styles at $1.50, $1.98, $2.50 and $3.00. DRY GOODS, ETC. All-Over Net for Waists at 50c and 75c Bobbinett in white and Ecru, 2 yards wide, fine quality 75c White Dimity, a bargain at 10c India Linen at 6Jc, 8 1-3c, 10c, 12c American Foulard Silks, blues only 7c Soisette in Browns, Blue, Pinks, Reds, Blacks, White, Cream Linen, Gray, sold every p lace at 35c, Hoosier Store Price 25c Mercerized Black and White Checks, also Scotch Plaid, Special 25c Fine Batiste, white ground, dots, chicks and figures, all new patterns, at 10c Marceline Silk in brown and navy blue in dots only, worth 25c, at 15c Roxburg Panama, 32 in. wide, worth 20c, special at 12c Ladies9 SMirtt WaisOs We have the new 1908 styles and they are very nice this spring. White Lawn Waists with fine embroidered fronts at 98c, $1.25, $1.50 and $1.98. We can save you from 25 to 50c on every waist. See them. Gfl (Q)d COR. SIXTH AND MAIN STS. SUPERVISION OF ACCOUNTS COSTLY Government Must Pay $750,000. Out Washington, March 2d. It will cost the United States government $750,000 a year for the supervision of railroad accounts under the present interstate commerce act. according to a communi cation from the interstate Commerce commission, transmitted to the house by Secretary Cortelyou. This esti mate does not cover such examiners as may be required later to supervise the accounting; methods of express companies, water lines and pipe lines. LOVERS AFFECTED BY THE NOTICE Diamonds, It Is Said, Will Re main Costly. TORPEDO FLEET SAILS FOR MAGDALENA Will Journey Northward This Week. San Francisco, March '''. The Amer ican torpedo boat flotilla will sail from Panama this week on its journey northward, to join the battleship fleet at Magdalena Bay. QUARTERLY CONFERENCE ELECTS OFFICERS Cambridge City M. E. Church Holds a Session. Greatest spring tonic, drives out all imourities. Makes the blood rich. Fills you with warm, tingling life. Most re liable spring regulator. That's Hollis ter's Rocky Mountain Tea. 33c, Tea or Tablets. A. G. Luken & Co. SACK OF FERTILIZER FELL ON MAN New York, March 'JO. "With a view to correcting any misapprehension on the part of the public and the trade," the Jewelers' Board of Trade, whose membership includes important firms in the diamond, jewelry and kindred trades throughout the country, issued a statement in which it is declared there is no prospect of a reduction in the price of diamonds. A NARROW ESCAPE Many people have a narrow escape from pneumonia and consumption as a result of a cold that hangs on. Foley's Honey and Tar cures coughs and colds no matter how deep seated and pre vents pneumonia and consumption. Refuse, substitute. A. G. Luken & Co. John Kellum, of Dublin, Met With Accident. Cambridge City. Ind., March '2i. At the meeting of the M. E. Quarter ly conference, the following officers were elected for the ensuing year: Board of Trustees. O. K. Calloway, C. T. Wright. O. E. White II. H. Bryan. J. E. Gray, C. Graver, A. R Feem ster, Thaddeus Frazer and Charles Haggeman. Stewarts Daniel Zeig ler, Milton Gaar, Turner Oliver, W. J. Bowden, John Judkins, Cornelius Wright, T. Frazer and C. Graver. Par sonage Trustees Israel Morrey, Jas. Clark and W. II. Zizer. Don't Be Depressed hen your bread isn't up to your -jectations on baking day. Up-to-datw women in Richmond are not worried with baking bread when they can get such delicious white and nutritious bread from Zwissler's bakery, as well as rich, ornamental and fancy cakes, etc. Zwisslcr's "fS&ffi&w 908 Main SI. Phone 1M. Dublin. Ind., March 26.-John Kel lum met with a bad accident, Monday afternoon. While he was silting on the rear end of a wagon being driven I by his son, he fell of and a sack of fertilizer fell on his chest. With as sistance he was taken to the home of Thomas Scott and a physician sum moned. It was at first thought that he was seriously injured internally, "but indications are that he will recover. The Pekin Gazette, the oldest news paper rn the world, after an existence of 1,194 years without an editorial col umn, society column, funny column, market pog or sporting extra, is now asing ft hack page for freaks and has started aa Otgtrlal page- The General Demand of the Well-informed of the World has always been for a simple, pleasant and efficient liquid laxative remedy of known value; a laxative which physicians could sanction for family use because its com ponent parts are known to them to be wholesome and truly beneficial in effect, I acceptable to the system and gentle, yet prompt, in action. In supplying that demand with its ex cellent combination of Syrup of Figs and Elixir of Senna, the California Fig Syrup Co. proceeds along ethical lines and relies on the merits of the laxative for its remark able success. That is one of many reasons why Syrup of Fig3 and Elixir of Senna is given the preference by the Well-informed. ; To get its beneficial effects always buy ', the genuine manufactured by the Cali- j fornia Fig Syrup Co., only, and for sale ! by all leading druggists. Price fifty cents j per bottle. j BY YOUR OWN FIRESIDE while enjoying your evening cigar and preparing for your sweet sod peaceful slumber, a bottle of Rich mond Export beer is a comforter, a soother and a pleasure. It is a ber erage for the most refined palate, for It is pure and delicious in flavor, be sides being wholesome and invigor ating. Minck Brewing Co. Fresh Garden Seeds Just Received We now have a complete assort ment and advise our friends to supply themselves while they can get all the varieties they will need. These are Rice's Northern Grown Seeds. Sweet peas and Nasturtiums in bulk. Geo. Brehm Co. Automatic Pbone 1747 Open evenings. 517 Main SL