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rnE RicmioxD palladiu3i and sun-telegram, Thursday, april ig. ioos.
i'AGE FOCR. THE RICHMOND PALLADIUM AND SUN-TELEGRAM. Palladium Printing Co., Publishers. Office North 9th and A Streets. RICHMOND, INDIANA. PRICE Per Copy, Daily 2c Per Copy, Sunday 3c Per Week, Daily and Sunday 10a IN ADVANCE One Year $5 00 Entered at Richmond. Ind.. Postofflco As Second Class Mail Matter. REPUBLICAN TICKET. STATE. Governor JAMES E. WATSON. Lieutenant Governor FREMONT C. (iOODWINE. Secretary of State FRED A. SIMS. Auditor of State JOHN C. BI LLH EIMKR. Treasurer of State OSCAR HADLEY. Attorney Genera JAMES BINGHAM. State Superintendent LAWRENCE McTTTRNAN. State Statistician J. L. PEETZ. Judsce. of Supreme Court QU1NCY A. MYERS. Judge of Appellate Court DAVID MYERS. Reporter of Supreme Court GEORGE W. SELF. year to expect a decent increase. Our congressmen have about as much real patriotism as the eggs under a setting hen. They howl for appropriations to spend in their districts because such money and the way in which it is ex pended, is supposed to increase their popularity and render more certain their return to congress at election time. But when they return to con gress, what time they do not spend in games of poker and other harmless amusements, is given up to short dashes to the Capital to vote against measures proposed b President Roosevelt, feeling that in this way they can best express their love of country and show their right to draw their pay. A year or so ago our con gressmen increased their salaries from $r,000 to $7,500. From the way the present session has dragged along this increase seems to have been to furth er reward them for being the cham pion loafers of the country and the obstructors of all required and decent legislation. WANT HOSE HOUSE Members of West Side Im provement Association To Take Action. SECTION IS NEGLECTED. DISTRICT. Congress WILLIAM O. BARNARD. COUNTY. Joint Representative ALONZO M. GARDNER. Representative WALTER S. RATLIFF. Circuit Judge HENRY C. FOX. Prosecuting Attorney CHAS L. LADD. Treasurer ALBERT ALBERTSON. Sheriff LINUS P. MEREDITH. DR. Coroner A. L. BRAMKAMP. Surveyor ROBERT A. HOWARD. Recorder WILL J. ROBBINS. Commissioner Eastern Dist. HOMER FARLOW. Commissioner Middle Dist. B.YRNEY H. L1NDERMAN. Commissioner Western Dist. ROBERT H. BEESON. One of the most important things that will be considered by the West t-ide Improvement association at its meeting tomorrow night ir the Baxter school, will be the erection of a new hose house on the west. side. As West Richmond has long complained of the poor fire protection and as it has been pointed out several times that there was no other section of the city in so bad a need of protection, it is very probable that the executive committee, which was authorized to make an in vestigation, will report favorably on the matter, and resolutions will be drawn, and forwarded to the board of works and members of the city council, a.iking for the erection of a hose house. The west side association will also he asked to sanction the "Yard clean ing Day," and this will be done and all members asked to do all they can to push the work along. ORDER NOT EFFECTIVE Attorneys Still Withdraw Com plaints From File as Of Yore. ORDER NOT SPREAD YET. Because Judge Fox has not prepared his order of court in regard to the withdrawal of complaints by attorneys the custom is to be continued. When the court announced that all com plaints would have to be filed in dupli cate, and that none should be with drawn from the file, he stated the or der would te spread upon the records and become effective the first of the April term. The judge, however, has failed to prepare his order for the clerk, and it has not been made a mat ter of record. Consequently, attor i eys are taking advantage and with draw complaints the same as before the ruling was made from the bench. Considerable importance attaches to the order of the court and it was ex pected it would bring about the cessa tion of a practice that had many ob jectionable features. In the recent case, wherein the People's Loan and Trust company received an order for a receiver of E. M. Campfield, an excep tion to the order was taken on the ground the complaint had been remov ed and the attorney for the defendant had no information, upon which to base an answer to the complaint. AN INSIDIOUS DANGER "One of the worst features of kidney trouble is that it is an insidious dis ease and before the victim realizes his danger he may have a fatal malady. Take Foley's Kidney Remedy at the first sign of trouble as it corrects ir regularities and prevents Wright's dis ease and diabetes. A. G. LuUen & Co. Weak Little Boys may become fine strong men. Some of the strong men of to day were sicWy boys years ago. Many of them received Scott's Emulsion at their mother's Knee. This had a power in it that changed them from weak, delicate boys into strong, robust boy. It has the same power to-day. Boys and girls who are pale and weak get food and energy out of SCOTT'S EMULSION. It makes children grow, t : t All DrugguU; SOc. anil $1.00. LOST LIVES IN CHICAGO GALE Two Men Drowned in Lake Michigan. Chicago. April Id. A heavy gale, j which attained a velocity of forty-sev- ! en miles an hour, struck this city j es Urday and raged until evening without lessening its violence. It cost the lives of two men. Joseph Sachsel, a liq uor dealer, and his nephew, Arthur l-'reud. both being drowned by the up setting of their boat in Lake Michigan, t'ff the foot of Wilson avenue. Off Jackson Park eleven men were rescued by the lifesuvir.g crew during the day Every Good Kind ofl Glove is Here SPECIAL KID GLOVE You can always depend on having the most complete line of gloves to choose from when you come to this store and this season is no excep tion. Here will be found all the new shades and styles in both kid and silk gloves all bearing prices that in every case equal lowest prices elsewhere, and in many, lower prices than lowest prices elsewhere. SPECIAL SILK GLOVE Among the old fountains in the tem ple area at Jerusalem one of the finest Is Bab Silsilea. The inscription states that it was erected about S00 years ago. and for centuries it has been fed with water brought In pipes from Solomon's pools, nine miles away. New York American. If .ou could see what it has done for others, you'd not suffer another min ute. Hollister's Rocky Mountain Tea has relieved thousands of hopeless cas ts of stomach, kidney, liver and blood troubles. cents. Tea or Tablets. A TWENTY YEAR SENTENCE. "I have just completed a twenty year health sentence, imposed by Bucklen's Arnica Salve, which cured me of bleeding piles just, twenty years ago," writes O. S. Woolevcr, of Le Itaysville, N. Y. Bucklen's Arnica Salve heals the worst sores, boils, burns, wounds and cuts in the short est time. Hoc at A. G. Luken &. Co's drug stoic. The more a man follows nature and is obedient to her laws the longer he vrill live; the farther he deviates from these the shorter will be his existence. Two-clasp Siik Gloves in colors and black and white: price 50c, 75c and $1.00 a pair at Knollenberg's. "That fisherman is always talking about the whoppers he caught." "He l oesu't catch them," said Mis3 Cayenne. "lie merely tells them." PQMN HAWAII. WAYNE TOWNSHIP. Trustee JAMES H. HO WART H. Assessor CHARLES E. TOTTER. THE PORK BARREL VS THE, NAVY. Millions for pork barrel legislation ftnd practically nothing for the de fense of the nation Is the record of our present congress. Yesterday our national law-makers decided against President Roosevelt's request for four more battleships and will only allow two to be built. This decision was reached not in the interests of econo my, but iu order to take a slap at the president. The needs of the country, the absolute necessity of our having a larger navy owing to the fact that we have no army to speak of, were not considered by Speaker Cannon and other congressmen of his ilk. They paw an opportunity to get back at the president and took it. True, the plea was made that this action was taken in the interest of economy and that if four battleships were authorized it might produce a deficit in the treas ury. Therefore it was decided that the navy could go hang in order that the appropriations for individual con gressmen, pork barrel expenditures, might be in no wise endangered. The president was right in advocat ing the authorization of four new bat tleships. International peace is still a Utopian dream and probably will continue to be so for many years. In the meantime foreign nations are lushing construction on their fleets, hardly a day passing but that some new Dreadnough is launched. Abroad this naval construction is. provided for by a systematic program. In our own country naval construction must wait upon the pork barrel expenditures. It the men who represent us in congress take too much to spend in their own districts dredging ditches and building federal buildings, then the navy must wait for another and more favorable Tha Favorite Food of the Natives anJ How It Is Made. In years gone by each native Hawai ian took a particular pride in producing his own poi (a food made from the taro planti, but nowadays it is made In factories, the work being done al most wholly by the native born China men, who receive $1 per day for their labors. I was fortunate enough at Lahaina, however, to see this staff of life made in the old fashioned way. The taro plant eeems to be a cross between a sweet potato and a turnip, and the root is long and fleshy. This, after steam ing, muat be pounded into a sort of flour before mixing. A stone pestle Is used, and. often it requires hours to beat the root to the proper consisten cy. When a certain stage is reached water is added, and it is worked into a thin paste, put into a barrel and al lowed to ferment. The taste for poi has to be acquired, and few if any foreigners ever care for It as food. To me it suggested sour starch. It Is serred on the native table in a huge wooden bowl known as a calabash, from which it is eaten with the fin gers, each member of the family dip ping into the same dish. The number of fingers used ,1s measured by the thickness of the poi, three fingers be ing required for the thinnest and one for that mixed to the consistency of mush. The taro plant is easily culti vated (this is also done by Chinamen), and I am told that one square mile of taro will feed 15,000 natives. Factory made poi, which is pinkish purple In color, costs $1 a bag. about the s-tze of a flour pack containing an eighth of a barrel. It Is nutritious, cheap and fat tening. Toi is the principal food of the lauas (native feasts). Roast pig is usually the meat ou these festive occasions. Leslie's Weekly. of 15c pakages free SaturdayAt Your Grocers Look for big ad with coupon in Friday's Palladi um and Sun-Telegram. 12 button prime lamb skin, Kid, per pair only $2.48 Madam Minor's Demonstration Princess Dip Belt, Priscilla Skirt and Waist Supporter, new stock received this morning. See the Demonstration 16 button double tipped. All Silk, per pair, only $1.25 Madam Svvarthout's Demonstration W. L & Co's solid gold shell rings, guaranteed five years. All stones are shown, 25c, 50c, $1.00, $1.50. See the Demonstration C. Hasemeier Co. I 1NSURANCE.REAL ESTATE ! LOANS. RENTS VV. H. Bradbury & Son Rooms 1 and 3, Wastcott Blit f PALLADIUM WANT ADS PAY. Seed Potatoes Seed Oats Essex Rape Lawn Seed Garden Seed Seed Corn Prices Right Garver & Meyer Seed Merchants We are In a po sition to furnish good seeds for garden and farm at as low figures as any reliable house. Call or write us for cat alogue. Phones H. 2198; B. 39S. Cut Flowers and Easter Plants on sale. E. G. Hill Co., 918 Main Street. MASONIC CALENDAR. Friday Night, April 17 Kins Solo man's Chapter, No. 4, R. A. M. Mark Master and Past Master Degrees. Saturday Night, April 18 Loyal Chapter, No. 49 O. E. S., stated meet ing and work. CARD OF THANKS. We desire, in this feeble -way, to express our heartfelt thanks to those who were so kind to our loved one durinsr her last illness, and also to acknowledge our ap preciation of expressions of sym pathy and generous help given elnco her death. Sincerely. GEORGE RELLER, MABEL RELLER. WILL Y. RELLER. - JSaftM.. JJV Copyright 1908 "The Houte of Kuppenheimef Chicago bursting: leaves and bright sun shine should remind you of your Spring requirements. Clothing Hats Furnishings Let us remind you not only of our ability to serve you, but of our extensive assortment in these lines. The quality of our offerings and the exceptionally moderate prices. They Are Beauts $7.50 to $22.50 Spring Hats, all colors and designs, $1.00 to $3.00. Newest and brightest novelties in Shirts, Neckwear and Fancy Vests K - Clothing KRONE & & - Hats KENNEDY K - Furnishings Next Union National Bank ANNOUNCEMENT On and after April 16th, we will be located in our new office at 1010 Main street, in the Westcott Hotel Building, ground floor, ready for business. Automatic Phone 1341. DIANA LOAN CO. OF: Cut Flowers and Plants Grown by The E. G. Mill Co. SALE COMMENCES. TOD AY 918' Main Street IP