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MAY BE FIVE MEN STRAUSS WORKING AGAINST ANARCHISTS BUCCANEER FORTUNE Two Aspirants to Attorney Generals Office, One of the Highest Vast Treasures Have Been Disclosed by the Action Of the Sea. 4. mf ' Several Men Would Like to Be Democratic Presidential Nominee. a. Recent Troubles Revive Idea Of Exclusion of Enemies Of Government. ' A . - X. MIRACLE WAS PERFORMED. "V 7 - " V- THE KICIIMOXD rALIADIU3I AND SUN-TELEGRAM, SUNDAY. A PR IE .1. 100S. ran POSITION FRANCIS IS IN THE RACE. MISSOURI MAN'S NAME IS THE LATEST TO BE MENTIONED IN CONNECTION WITH NOMINA TION. Denver, Colo., April 1. Additional announcements of candidates for the officio of president and vice pp-sid'tit on the Democratic ticket to he n;nnel in Ihis city, July 7, continue to come. II is now probable that the convention will see five active candi dates seeking honor at its hands. The latent addition to the lour names re cently printed as the probable start CIS in the race tor the nomination is David It. Francis of Missouri. The Missouri delegation has established headquarters at the Mrown Palace, one of tiie leading hotels of Denver, and will lie much in evidence for a couple of months before I he conven tion. In addition to the quarters i f the regular delegation there will be apartments for several prominent Missouri men who as a rule are mil Been at Democratic conventions. The statement, has been made by those who appear to be in a position to know that llryan of Nebraska, ('hau ler of Xew York, Johnson of Minne Bota, dray of Delaware and Francis of Missouri are ;ill actively seeking the nomination and will have their names placed before the convention. Ihich of lliee candidates has a sep arate camp in Denver and their fol lowers trv to conceal their move ments from others who might be hos tile to their candidates' interests. It is said that each of these five candi dates will have! favorite for tempor ary chairman of the convention. It vill be the duly of the temporary chairman to rule on questions of con tests and appoint committees to de cide who are rightfully entitled to s -ats as delegates in preliminary or ganization of the convention. Shrewd politicians say that the friendship of thw temporary chairman is easily worth twenty voles of the candidate V ho possesses it . More ambitious politicians are seek ing the place of temporary chairman than are looking for the higher priz es. This leads many to believe that the candidates are, figuring on gain ing: strength in the convention by be ing able to appoint the various com mittees through the temporary chair man and make such "trades" of com mittee appointments as will placate enemies or gain friends or votes. SOU SUES FATHER FOR BIG DAMAGES Said Parent Called Horse Thief. Him a Charleroi, Pa.. April I. -Because he tiMeges, his father accused him of be ing a horse thief, and spread false and malicious reports about him, Samuel J'rye has entered suit, against his fath er. H. M. Frye, to recover 1,im dam ages. The paintiff acknowledges that he liid take a lioree from his father's larn. but that in attempting to return jt. the horse refused to turn around and carried him many miles before he was linally able to return. The American Abroad. On one of my visits to Knglancl I spent much time in Btudying and ad miring York cathedral. On one of my Tislts to the grand old structure a fel low countryman came in with a rush twenty minutes before service and tackled the verger, a sedate and digni fied specimen, with "Can I see the ca thedral at ouce, please?" The verger explained slowly and courteously that the service would begin in twenty min utes; that it took three times as loujj as that, to show anybody round the ca thedral; that no one could be shown around during service and that after service the cathedral would l closed for the day as far as sightseeing went "Oh. but I don't want to spend an hour or even half an hour in going around. I just want to hurry through." said the visitor. "Ten minutes is quite enough. My train leaves for I.ondoa in tjty-scven minutes." consulting his watch nervously, 'an2 1 must se the cathedral and go. So please show use over in ten minutes and be done with It." The verger looked at him with n calm British amazement not to be for gotten, "ifir." ho said, "running Us not allowed in this .-sr. hedrsi." Outlook. The most pleasing taste to a ciaar Is produced by making it half Havana. You will find this in the Pathfinder Little C.irl-I should think this i at: awfclly old church, isn't it. Auntie i May? Aant Yes. dear very. It's a dear eld place (sentimeutally). I was chtis- te-ied at this church. Little Girl What: Is it really as old i IB all that? THE CITY IN BRIEF Water bills due April 1st r.0-10t "That Mrs. Sawloneg always alludes to her husband as The dear doctor.'" "Well, that's the kind of doc-tor he I3."-Tit-Pits. Water bills due April 1st. 30-lt to :-: JAMKS BINGIIAM, it Muncie, Keiiornirittid by Acclamation. WASHINGTON AND Interesting Incidents (Mrs. John A. W'.isliinmim, l. (' . most tiufortuiiiito that never absolvcil fixmi Logan.) iril It is this country is the excitement and eouteniions ol politics and jjoliii cians. l.'ounl, municjiial, state, coii;;res sirtial or president ial campaigns for the election of officers to fill the var ious positions from constable to the presidency are ever disturbing the peace of the communities, cities, states, districts or the whole country. All parlies, and there are many in the field today, vie with each other in their enthusiasm in the cause and the candidates they have espoused. Criminal ion and recrimination that are libelous against good and true men are indulged in by unscrupulous par tisans in speeches, newspapers' inter views, and personal controversies. Men are assailed until, if the half I ha!, has been charged against the most upright were line, there is no such thing as honesty, morality or honor to lie found in any candidate for office. Each party and its represen tatives are supposed to b; the person- 1SOCIAL W To Reach the Society Editor, Call is? THIS WEEK'S SOCIAL CALENDAR. Monday Tic k not Magazine. Criter- ion and Oriole clubs. Tuesday Wabash (Hoc club at First Presbyterian church; Spring Grove Sewing circle; Ladies Musical Study club; Thirteenth Street. Sew ing circle; Tuesday Afternoon Card club; Ivy club Sub-Rosa club: liridge whist at the t'ouniry club house; Tuesday Social club. Wednesday Wedding of Mr. Harry Buntin to Miss Stella Hunt; Washington society meeting. Martha J Thursday Occult Research society, Alice Carey, Helping Hand. Hannerj social, Thursday Whist clubs laeet. Woman's Relief corps; Thursday Thursday Af ternoon Euchre club: Thursday Even ing Euchre club. Friday Tourist club. Athenaea Lit erary society. Woman's Literary club. Duplicate Bridge Whist club. Dancing party at Odd Fellows hall. Miss Anna Pilks entertained a card club Saturday afternoon at. her in. me in Spring drove at which lime her en gagement to Mr. Ccorge Colo ot La fayette was announced. Cards were played at three table. In the dining loom where a two course luncheon was served, carnations were used pro fusely. The guests were Pear! Ilase- coster. Margaret Creen. Ldith M"ore. j Margaret Seduwick. Bessie .lones. i Kdna Jones. Florence MeGuire. Inez j Cole. Hilda Shine. Alice Hill and; Hazel Freeman j (J-eorsie Cole is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Walter Cole formerly of t'.iis citv but now of Indianapolis. He is attend ing s-choo'l at Purdue university and is a member of the Phi Kappa Sigma fraternity of that place. Miss Pilks is popular among a large circle of young people. She is a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. tleoi k pilks of Spring (.rove. The announcement came as a surprise to their numerous friends and acquaintances. The member's of the Huzzer's W'l.ist club were entertained in a pleasant manner last evening hv Miss Jose phine Cates ai the Country club house. The Criierion Lit ie entertained Mo; Mrs. Ciu Puvail. 1 street. ai y society will :-. v .u'teriiooT' by Nonh Fifteenth The Misses Bessie and Fthe! Smith, were in Kice.mond attending the I'ad erewski concert and visiting v. ;ih their brother Pr. W. J. Smith, this v eek. 0 Jt The women of the Eastern Star, .Vf.'A;0 JZZ&t jki A HER LAWMAKERS In the Routine ol Dally Llle at ification of and special righ teousness, guardians of patriotism the public well a re. Investigations into the true condi tions discover that while the plat forms of each are high-sounding and argue well in favor of their respective claims, there are gross departures from the principles professed by the candidates and there supporters. If one particular party has been in power, it is found that arbitrary rules have ben issued prohibiting extrava gance, misappropriation of public funds, against officials being absent from their official positions and many other drastic orders. Glaring violations of these rules are committed openly and repeatedly. In formation of the mismanagement, in efficiency, the infliction of outrageous injustice and almost insufferable hard ship upon subordinates may have been repeatedly laid before those in author ity to correct them still nothing is done. Efforts to perpetuate themselves or their favorites in office are encourag ed and no objection is interposed to the participation in the management of political affairs by office holders, notwithstanding previous arbitrary rules of the civil service and threat ened dismissal if these officials took NEWS Home Phone 1121. or Bell Phone 21. gave a charming program and lunch eon last, evening at the Masonic hall. , ,t Mrs. Harry Weist gave a charming Easter party yesterday afternoon in honor of Iter little daughter Helen's eighth birthday anniversary. Games and an Easter egg hunt were among the afternoon's amusements. The dining room was prettily appointed with daffodils. A two course Easier luncheon was served. The guests were mitred Convstotk. Margaret Coe. .June. Thelma and Helen Robin- I son, Elizabeth Kolp. Frances Robinson, Robert Morrisson. Rollin Weist. Cleve- ' land Chase. Richard Robinson. Wil-' Af-Miam Neff. June Oavic xfalcohn Dili i Samuel Smith and Charles Robinson, j MUSIC. . The following program will be giv- The Ticknor club will meet Monday 'n Monday evening at the Pythian afternoon with Mrs. J. M. Coate of'iTeni!,,p b" ,hf Richmond City Band. South Twelfth street. I under the auspices of the East End aid t j society of the First Christian church: Mrs. Samuel Gaar will be the host- ! ,Part ess for a tiieetine- of Hie Macriiin -i,ii, ! March With Flying Colors tomorrow afternoon at her home on North Thirteenth street. .j The club season will soon be over, aud many clubs if not all. will dis band for the season in a few weeks. However, some clubs hold meetings un til in May. ...when a picnic for their fam ilies and friends, closes the club year. The Occult Research society is making preparations for au evening meeting to be held in about two weeks. A ban quet will be given by the Ticknor club April thirteenth. The last meeting of the musical study club will be held Tucsdaj , April twenty-first. v Mr. Clyde Heck of Xoblcsville is in the city, the guest of his parents. Mr. Pean Jacques of Springfield. ).. is visiting friends in this city over Sunday. v Miss Arnold relumed to her home in Indianapolis, after having been the guest of Mrs. Robert Study of South Sixteenth street. Here is a game for an Easter party ! that is especially suitable for children: ' fits is to oe carrieu out on tne statue ; Miss F osier Organist. lilies as the tionkey parties, a sheet . : being hung at one end of the room.; Much interest is being taken in th (upon which, in the center, is sewed an 'appearance of the Wabash College , ; egg of very light brown muslin, nieas- Glee and Mandolin club, at the First : uring ten by six inches. Mark on the Presbyterian church Tuesday evening, egg with p n aud ink a few irregular The college boys are making one of lines to represent cracks. Cut out of : their longest and considered on all i yellow muslin a numb r of chicken 1 sides, most successful trip. Selection ' Heads, making the bills and eyes with , ink. Number them or. the back ami give one to each guest, who iu turn ' WALTER IN WOMAN'S EYES the National Capital. part in conventions, selection of dele gates, or otherwise meddled in politics was the mandate a few months ago. Congress, as well as the administra tion, has been so wholly taken up with politics that it is doubtful if anything beyond the passage of the necessary appropriation bills is done. There may be some lively discussions at both houses, as neither party can afford to allow the opportunity to pass wiuiout making capital for their respective party. Hetween (he inevitable reduction of the revenues through the prostration of commercial affairs and the lavish expenditure of money, there will be few large appropriations for the ship building subsidies, erectiug public buildings, river and harbor improve ments and other ambitious enterprises which, under such conditions as exist ed in 190.V6, would have justified. Economy will probably be the cry of all parties as they enter the ap proaching campaign. The party in the majority in congress would hardly be willing to be held responsible for fur ther inexcusable extravagance. De ficits that already exist for whicn of ficials are responsible will he suffi ciently difficult of explanation with out congress making blunders through ill-advised legislation. must be blindfolded and try to pin the head on the egg at the point where the cracked lines meet. The one coming nearest will receive the prize, which, if it be a children's party, might be one of the crystal eggs i clusiveness, had not spoken. Turn having a landscape interior. But if ipn, to her. the minister said, "And who the guests are older they might appre- j would you like to meet in heaven, Mrs. ciate a Humpty Dumpty paper weight j Intheswim?" made from an egg shell out of which I Mrs. Intheswim pursed her lips. "I the egg has been blown. Paste a bit of paper over the holes at. the pointed end of the shell and through the oiher end drop a little candle grease from a I lighted candle. small shot and Then a few pieces of a little more candle grease to hold these in place. Contin ue this until the egg is well weighted, and so. that however it is placed, it will at once turn over and stand on the heavy end. Paste a piece of paper over the large hole, and with water colors! paint a face copied from the Humpty Du nipt. v in a Mother Goose book. Care must be taken, when drorminsr in th 'grease and shot, that the shell te held nuite straieht: otherw ise it wtH not stand perfectly erect. .... Pox Cruger Mill Selection The Red Victor Herbert Waltz A Southern Dream Parry J. Lincoln March Knight of the Diamond.... Fulton Part II. March Slavery Days Fulton I i ( Characteristic), Selection George Washington. Jr. Geo. . Cohens Song for Trombone Dreaming.... Walter J. Renl; March Canadian Club v The following is the musical pro gram for the Reid Memorial church today : Morning Service. "Offertoire in A-flat" Anthem, "Praise the Lord, lem" Offertory "Prayer" . . . Bat is; e O Jeru-a-MannO'T Guiimanf Posthule "Triumphal March" .... Bartholomew Evening. "Andante" Weyi Anthem "These Are They". . . .St;:lr Offertory "Lullahy Vot Pastlude "March in E-flaf. Marchant ' Dr. H. X. Holmes Director. i will be typical of college life and of the sort that enthuses all who hear them. The dub comes under the auspices of j - -it. 'ft . t J LOTZ, t'oiin.sy ,f jlip lnd'anaeolis News. ti.e Men's i !ub of the First Prc-byrrii an church,. Tl.- Amhrson Bulb ' it;, in spea!' ing of the concert given by the eolh uiatis. sa s: From the first number to th' last of the toncert at the Congregational church last night by the Waba.-h Col lege (rice and Mandoiiu club it seem ed that tin audience could not get enough. Some numbers were encored two and three times. While the Gleo club was popular, the Mandolin club was more so. Of the soloists. Mr. H. H. Walter was en cored three times and Mr. Rees twice. It was one of the best musical events gtven in Anderson for a long time. There was a splendid audience out to ' sued, the immigration officials can ao greet the boys and some of the girls j eun'tely inform sue'a municipal anth of the Crow club, the Misses Arlouine I orities and seek iheir co-operation Morsches. Xelle Walker. Marie Hewitt, 'with a view of deporting such jkt Hertha Morganroth. Mary McCullough. sons as come under the prohibition of Huldah McClintock, Helen lieebe. Ha-' 1 '1J immigration law s." zel Heck. N'ondas Craft and Kramer Seigrist were ushers, adding a novel and pleasant feature to a charming en-! ,na' tne police officials unite with the tertainment. government officials in stamping out Those who did not hear the Wabash''1"3 anarchist menace. He says that boys missed a great treat. In the afternoon a recefif ion- was ten dered the boys in the church parlors. Excluti veness In Heaven. The minister had dropped in to tea. and the conversation had drifted ! have been convicted of an offense in through various channels to the ques-I volving moral turpitude may also be tion of whether or not we should know ' deported within three years after their each other In heaven. Presuming that ' landing. our physical beiugs would be perpet uated aud that recognition would be assured, the minister had asked vari ous ones at the table among whom the Biblical characters they would be most interested in recognizing. Some men tioned one prophet and some another, but one lady, noted for her social ex- really dou't know," she said, "but there is one thing I do know, and that Is that I shouldn't care to meet Eve. In fact, I don't know that I would speak to her if I did:" New York Times. The Hub Of The Body. The organ arouud which all the other orzans revolve, and upon which they are largely de pendent for their welfare, is the stomach When tlie fvnetions cf the stomach become im paired, the bowels and liver also become dr. i ang:ei To cure a disease of the stomach, live: r bowels tret a SO cent or 51 bottle ot Dr. Can: U's Syrup Pej-sin at your druetfist'n. !t is he promptest relief .for constipation and d;? ,ptiaever cc repoune'ed. AN OPEN MONDAY WILL BE A BIG DAY WITH US. EASTER CUT PRICE SALE. We Appreciate Your 3usiness. How to Serve You to the Best Advantage !s Our Unceasing Study. 7 k11 5c Cotton Crash at 3c 8 1 -3c Linen Crash 7c 11c Bleach Muslin 8c 10c Dress Ginghams 71c POLICE APPEALED TO. SAYS THAT THEY SHOULD KEEP AN EYE ON ALL ALIENS AFTER THEY HAVE LOCATED AND THIS WILL LEAD TO DEPORTATION. Washington. IV C April 4 Oscar S. Si;hi."s. !-eci't;aty of the depart ment of c!iun rce and labor, is wok mg li'.c a tiojati on plans for the ex elusion f anarchists and criminal; froin this country. The recent :o.u chisLcal outrages have made Lie need of such a plan apparent in fact, it is now certain that for years, a vile stream of criminal lilood has I wen dip cT -d toward our shores from other lotions. The teasoti for this is that other nations will not tolerate any such meetings at which every act of tlu government is nai:ned, nor will they permit th growta of such orgau- i.atictis. Anarchists that they tan hold m tlock here yo clings wit ti im- pun it y. Instructions Sent Out. Secretary Strau.-s has issued circu lars, instructing all immigration offi cials to seek the aid of the local poiice in apprehending criminals of this 'lass. I have already prepared this cir cular," said Seen tat y Strauss, "and I have hopes that it will result in a genuine support of the department by the local jwdice. it nas come to my knowledge mat the police of different cities ha l very incorrect knowledge of the pro visions of the immigration laws af fecting anarchists and criminals. Through the circulars I have had is- Wants Police to Unite. Secretary Strauss is verv anxious great good will come of the police keeping an eye on aliens after they are located and this assistance will mean the deportation of such persons if they do not conduct themselves inj such manner as deserve citizenship.! Mr. Strauss points out that aliens who' When the municipal authorities of the various cities Income fully alive to the full powers of the act. they will be a great aid to the federal author ities," said Mr. Strauss. "Bummer." When people are trying to be very polite in thedr language they avoid the use of the word "bummer," yet it is a raost respectable word and is not slang by any means. It is not even an "Americanism." but has come to us from our English relatives and is found in the English market bylaws of two I centuries afro. Iu the form "bumma ree'' it appears in advertisements in the Puulick InteMigencf r of lGG'i. Orig inally it meant a fish peddler. You are likely to get your head broken, however, if you mention it to an hon est American eitizeu of that occupation now. The United States did not ac quire the word until the early fifties, when it appeared In California. New York World. BOOK AN OPEN BOOK Bm ii. 'if unan See Us For SUITS JACKETS SKIRTS SILK WAISTS WASH WAISTS GLOVES AND HOSIERY. $1.25 Ladies' Kid Glove SI. 00 $5,00 Ladies' Dress Skirt 3.93 $6.50 Ladies' Spring Jacket for $5.00 $12.50 Ladies' Suit ..$10.00 THE STORE" , April l.-The action of the h slow". wa:hiu away the ! 'ha. ha.- u:inered the trtaMire trove i f Pi,: tUCil'.-i 1UC(.A- ntcis. hidden yeats ago. A fionn if mo.e than ut-u.il rever i:y s,i i t the coat cstt rUa ad a por tioti of the t'ore-shore was wailed away. The villager:-, .-earihir.g on the t-hoiv for wreckage, found many an t it lit gold and silver doubloons, jewel ed t-rohses. finger rini;s of quaint an :i,;..c patuiu. ar-nug. gold and Mlver ii.cdiiuins. portions of silver dm is, and other fragment of church plate. Ho;itiM- of the age of the Jewelry, a gnat value i att.uhed as curios. When the tind became known, the villagers .-ecureU spa,!f i,d dus up the hole lieach. Many ot her art irl s wete found. One man found gold com valued at LR in one place. The natives believe that u mira!e a performed during the stoint and that henceforth they will not need to go to sea in fishing txiat:?. The Por tuguese bucaners who harried the Span i.-h main were in the habit, of burying their booty along the coa.st and the trove discovered by the sea i undoubtedly a portion of one of their hoards. The '.fie. The order eetacea. to which th whale treloug. is higher up in the iu liiiul scale than the tih proper, it members lunic tramtualu, breathin? through louga and bringing forth liv ing you us, which fur a time they suckle. The imuieduite ancestor of the whale evidently bent part of it nine on me tana. UMini( liaibs whera Dow are found the bale's puddlea. CHICHESTER'S PILLS wo mm tih. I.ftr vf P'urfi-t. A, i fl II 1-4 ff n.TrR'E ! .lf r It M .I 'M ri for S SCI I) r.Y r! ftGISTS 1 RTOKE RE I Low Rates to : California I I and Eorth I Pacific Coast ! Points : One Way Second Class Colonist Tickets, Via C, C. & L. t To California Points I -$41.55 ? To Washington, Oregon, Etc., $41.55 These rates are in effect Mar. tt to April 30th. From all points on C, C. & L. Railroad. For Particulars call C. A. Blair. Home Phone 2062. Moore & Ogborn Fire Insurance Agents. Will go on your Pond. Will Insure you against Burglary, Theft and Larceny. Room 16. I. O. O. F. Bldg.. Phoaea. Horn 1583. Bell 53-R, l.L-bo;; i-t-a. vkHi EASTER CUT PRICE SALE. Be on Hand Early Monday. MANY INTERESTING ITEMS. If you Want Clean Goods at Clean prices from Clean Stcre We Want Your Trad'j.