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THE RICHMOND PALLADIUM AND SU-TELEGKA31, FKIUA V, 31 A V 1W3.
THE RICHMOND PALLADIUM AND SUN-TELEGRAM. a demonstration of the potency of the BUFFALO IS A CITY OF MANY ATTRACTIONS Famous New York Town Will Be Visited by the Pallad ium's Party of Eight Young Women Miss Lucie Benton Continues to Lead in the Contest. older Senatorial regime in the higher TALKS ON ADVERTISING NO. 11 councils of the party, and of the dispo sition to use that potency to the very utmost at this time, when the dom ination of the party for a long period of time is at stake. Palladium Printing Co., Publishers. OfficeNorth 9th and A Streets. RICHMOND, INDIANA. PRICE Per Copy, Daily 2c Per Copy, Sunday 3c Per Week, Daily and Sunday 10s i IN ADVANCE One Year 500 l i Entered at Richmond, Ind.. Postofflce As Second Class Mail Matter. The republicans must win this year. if at all, by appearing before the coun try as the indorsers and sponsors for the things represented by the Roose- Cato's Follow-Up System velts and the Beveridges. But con servatism within the party is yet strong enough to insist that the in dorsement shall come by the mouths of men who utter it without convic tionspeak without creating the im pression of sincerity. Washington (D. C. Times. PAGE FOUR. REPUBLICAN TICKET. STATE. Governor JAMES E. WATSON. Lieutenant Governor FREMONT C. GOODWINE. Secretary of State FRED A. SIMS. Auditor of State JOHN C. BILLHEIMER. Treasurer of State OSCAR HADLEY. Attorney General JAMES BINGHAM. State Superintendent lAWRENCE McTURNAN. Stat.. Statistician J. L. PEETZ. Judge of 8preme Court QUINCT A. MYERS. -Judge of Appellate Court DAVID MTBRS. -Repaxtr of Supreme Court CffiORGE W. 8ELF. DISTRICT. Ooosresg JTILLIA JO. BARNARD. COUNTY. -Joint Representatli ALONZO M. GARDNER. Representative WALTER S. RATLIFF. Circuit Judge HENRY C. FOX. Prosecuting Attorney CHAS I Li ADD. Treasurer ALBERT ALBERTSON. Sheriff LINUS P. MEREDITH. DR. Coroner A. I BRAMKAMP. Surveyor ROBERT A. HOWARD. Recorder WILL J. ROBBINS. ."-Commissioner Eastern Diat. HOMER FARLOW. Commissioner Middle Dist. BARNEY H. LINDERMAN. Commissioner Western Dist. ROBERT N. BEESON. WAYNE TOWNSHIP. Trustee JAMES H. HOWARTH. Assessor CHARLES E. POTTER, 6ENATOR BURROWS' SELECTION ' Thati such a complete surprise can bo pnrogat' this stage of the pre-con convention,,- campaign, astbe selection of Senator Burrows to bo' temporary 'chairman ofKhe republtcan national i oorrrntton serves at least the useful rpurpoae- of f demonstrating that there jareypaaSlMIRiest.iD this republican sit 'nation -aslyet -unsounded and unknown. ' SenatorfBnrrawa ia a eturdy rpubll car ot ' th el ol f school ; a fine example offhkindioffmnwho made up the lpartyIeaderjb(pintheday9 ofHanna anl,.McKInleyi;,likert8e, an apt type of the kind ofjpartyvleader that went jouttot fashion wuen Roosevelt and tRooseveltism came In. Senator Bur .tows Is of the old-fashioned .typ of public men who, in both parties, are sntlally alike in- almost' everything Tbes men have never been con .Tincd that the new Issues really ex flat. They, believe the new political thought iabuncombe,.that its advo ;cates are mainly demagogues, andhat Its teachings are dangerous. They I have; no idea that the present public attita.de toward politics as a means to 'reaching basic economic conditions will persist for long. They-believe-Hhe jcountry has been in a condition-of temporary excitation, from which it will presently recover, and then ev rything will be normal, safe, and sane once more. Burrows and Beveridge were the two xuen most considered for the chair manship: for the task of epitomizing the purpose and aspiration of the high est tribunal of the republican party It would be hard to find two men in the party more accurately representa tive of opposite ideas and ideals. Sen ator Beveridge is a young man, full of Idealism, and animate with what has well been called the public conscience. Senator Burrows Is of the class of men who smile Indulgently at the Bever "idges. who dont concern themselves about such nonsense as idealism, and who don't know what is meant by pub lic conscience. ' The selection of Burrows was a huge surprise; probably save as a surprise Jtwould have sea impossible. It is j WARNING IS SOUNDED Cardinal Loque Strikes at Socialism; Anarchy and Divorce. THEY THREATEN NATION. New York, May 21. In his praise of America's wonderful progress and prosperity, Cardinal Ijogue, in an inter view, sounded a note of warning against anarchism, socialism, the di vorce evil and the lack of religious principles as constituting the gravest menace to the nation. Anarchism, he declared, should be eradicated wherev er existing, root and branch. A so cialistic government, if ils doctrines were put in practice, would crumble and fall within six months; the divorce evil threatens the very foundation of society, while the lack of religious faith is inimical to the political and moral health of any community. Cardinal Logue spoke enthusiastic ally of his visit through the states and Canada, and declared that Niagara Falls was one of the most beautiful scenic effects and impressively grand that he had ever witnessed. His stay in this country is growing to a close, and on Saturday, June ;, he will leave for his home in Ireland. ARE NOW REVENGEFUL Friends of Bryan in Pennsyl vania Will Fight to The End. AIM A BLOW AT GUFFEY. Harrisburg, Pcnn., May 22. Declar ing that the state leaders had betrayed the Democratic voters by defeating the Bryan indorsement, managers of the Nebraska statesman's boom say they will direct all their efforts to turning the tables on the Guffeyites at the Democratic National Convention at Denver. The Bryan Leaguers assert that their organization will be in control of the situation In July, and back of this assertion la an Implied threat that should Bryan lead in the conven tion and at the polls a reorganization of the Pennsylvania Democratic man agement will be in order. CARNEGIE HERO MEDALS AWARDED Thirty Brave People Receive Badges. Pittsburg, May 22. The Carnegie Hero Fund-Commission, at its regular quarterly meeting, passed upon eighty five cases investigated since its last meeting, granting a medal or medal and cash In thirty and rejecting fifty five applications as not coming with in the scope of the commission's work. The awards included fifteen bronze and fifteen silver medals, $13,950 in .Immediate cash payments, and month ly payments during life to four per sons. Since the organization of the com mission on. April 15, 1904, 172 awards have been-made out of a total of 2.432 cases Investigated. i 1 1 y - Ma IKS 3 J One of the most interesting of the many points of interest the success ful candidates in the Palladium's Niagara Falls and Canada trip contest, will be Buffalo, N. Y one of the most beautiful cities in the United States. The young lady guests of the Palladium will be shown the leading hotels, the soldier's monument in Lafayette Square, the McKinley monument, the public library, the well known "hives of industry" the department stores, the world famous Delaware avenue on which are situated the homfs of Buffalo's millionaires, the cemeteries, Delaware park, and many other points of interest, are all Included In tho itinerary. The Albright art gal lery, the Buffalo Historical society building, originally the handsome New York state building of the Pan-American exposition, now filled with his toric treasurers of the state, are also seen. Fine views are obtained of the Niagara river, the International bridge. Fort Erie, the Canadian coast line and the blue waters of Lake Erie. Churches, clubs, schools and other buildings of note are all seen in their turn. The regular ballots will appear In each issue, entitling the lady voted for to one vote. Remember you car. enter the contest, any time you wish to, so "get busy and keep busy." The conditions of the contest are as fol lows : CONDITIONS. One year's subscription, paid in advance entitles the lady voted for to 2,500 votes One six months subscription, paid in advance entitles the lady voted for to 1,000 votes One fifteen weeks' subscription, paid in advance entitles the lady voted for to 500 votes One month's subscription, paid in advance entitles the lady voted for to 100 votes Lucie Benton, Fountain City 39,540 Ida Beeson, Greensfork R. R. 11 35,416 Goldie Myers, Centerviile R. 11 35,279 Goldie Dadisman, 402 S. 12th street 30,823 Jennie Wine, 1117 N. G street 29,530 Maude Pettibone, 409 N. 16th street 18,832 Elsie Wyatt, 1114 N. G street 18,456 Rosa Kuehn, 17 South 8th street 14,950 Hattie Lashley, Centerviile 10,106 Marie Hodskin, Cambridge City 6,100 Adda Study, Williamsburg, Ind 4,119 Ethel Wysong, Lynn, Ind 3,614 Estella Coates, 201 N. 8th street 3,273 Lena Cornthwaite, Cambridge City 2,601 Ruby Hodgin, 25 South 7th street 2,601 NEMEWALXS SOON FOR KB8TH D. STREET Workme Have Started the Task. Workmen were busy removing the crushed stone from the sidewalk along the south side of the Panhandle freight yards on North D street this morning preliminary to the construction of ce ment sidewalks. Last fall work was begun here and a few squares of side walk laid. The remainder of the dis tance was provided with planks and crushed stone for the purpose of walks. Recently the planks were removed and passers by have had the alterna tives of walking in the mud or on the etones. The railroad company has been months in installing walks that cotild have been put down in a few days. Your jrrocr has Gold Medal Flour. j This Ballot Not Good Alter 5 p. m. May 29th Palladium and Sun-Telegram Niagara Falls and Canada Voting Contest. ONE VOTE COUPON NAME ADDRESS Carrier Boys are not permitted to receive Ballots from patrons; put the name of the lady of your choice on this Coupon and bring or send to this office before the expiration of the above date or it will not be considered a legal vote. By Herbert Kaufman If a man lambasted you on the eye and walked away and wait ed a week before he repeated the performance, he wouldn't hurt you very badly. Between attacks you would have an opportunity to recover from the effects of the first blow. But if he smashed you and KEPT MAULING, each impact of his fist would find you less able to stand the hammering, and a half-dozen jabs would probably KNOCK YOU DOWN. Nov advertising-is, after all. a matter of HITTING THE EYE OF THE PUBLIC. If you allow too great an interval to elapse be tween insertions of copy, the effect of the first advertisement will have worn AWAY by the time you hit again. You may continue your scattered talks over a stretch of years, but you will not derive the same benefit that would result from a greater concentration. In other words, by appearing in print EVERY day you are able to get the benefit of the impression created THE DAY BEFORE, and as each piece of copy makes its appearance the result of your publicity on the reader's mind is more pronounced you musn't stop short of a KNOCK-DOWN IMPRESSION. PERSISTENCY IS the foundation of advertising success. Reg ularity of insertion is JUST AS IMPORTANT as clever phrasing. The man who HANGS ON is the man who WINS OUT. Cato the Elder, is an example to every merchant who USES the newspapers and should be an inspiration to every storekeeper who does NOT. For twenty years he arose daily in the Roman senate and cried out fop the destruction of Carthage. In the beginning he found his con ferees very unresponsive. But he KEPT ON every day, month after month and year after year, sinking into the minds of all. the neces sity of destroying Carthage, until he set, all the senate thinking upon the subject and IN THE END Rome sent an army across the Mediterranean and ended the reign of the Hannibals and Hamilcars over northern Africa. THE PERSISTENT UTTERANCES OF A SIN GLE MAN DID IT. The history of every mercantile success is PARALLEL. The ad vertiser who does not let a day slip by without having his say, is bound to be heard and have his influence felt. Every insertion of copy brings stronger returns, because it has the benefit of what has been said BEFORE, until the public's attention is like an eye that has been so repeatedly struck that the LEAST TOUCH of suggestion will feel like a blow. Copyright, 1'JQS.) GOVERNOR HANLY'S MEMORIAL DAY PROCLAMATION TO PEOPLE. Governor Hanly's Memorial day proclamation, written in Baltimore and forwarded to Col. Fred Genmer, the governor's private secretary, was issued from the executive office yes terday. The proclamation is as fol lows : In obedience to the will of the peo ple of this free commonwealth as ex pressed in legal enactment and by long established precedent; moved by gratitude and affection and impelled by reverential memories of the Na tion's soldier dead. 1, J. Frank Hanly, governor of the state of Indiana, do hereby set apart and proclaim Satur day. May ;;, 1908. a memorial day to be observed in their honor, and de clare the same to be a lawful holiday throughout the boundaries of said state. A grateful nation can not forget its defenders, nor the lovers of liberty cease to remember them that saved the temple of freedom from destruc tion. They gathered up, each for himself "all the cherished purposes its aims and ambitions acterize the feelings of the soul in its highest hours tribute more elo quent, than speech can ever be. Done at the capitol in Indianapolis and given under mv band and the great seal of the Btnte, this lfuh day of May 7 in the year of our Lord, nine teen hundred and eisht, In the year of the independence of the I'nited States the one hundred and thirty-second, and in the year of the admission of the State of Indiana the ninety-second. J. FRANK HANLY. Governor of the State of Indiana. Bv t!ie Governor: FRED A. SIMS. Secretary of State. ONE MAN KILLED IN $400,000 EIRE At Least Nine People Are Injured. its of life- dearest af- Back to the Club. The honeymoon was uu the ragged edge of the last chapter. "My dear," said the ex-bachelor, "I believe I'll teach you to play cards." "That will be just too lovely for anything," rejoined the young wife. "What game will you teach me?" "SoMtare." answered the heartless wretch, who promised to love, honor and pay the grocery man. Liverpool Mercury. Ballots Deposited Today Will Appear In To morrow's Count. NEW YORK FOR HIM Fairbanks Will Get That State's Vote for Sec ond Place. HUGHES IS OUT OF RACE. Washington. May '22 New York state is lining up for Fairbanks for the nomination for vice president in the event that developments prove the presidential nomination has been foreclosed by Secretary Taft. William L. Ward, New York's national commit teeman, and ex-Representative Lucius & Utuuer.were br utgiag Fair I fections and flung all. with life it i self, i-ato the scale of battle." They I died in defense of the rights and lib . erties of mankind and they should , sharp for all time in the glory of the! cause for which they died. Their val-j or immortalized the nation, their sac-! rifice ennobled the raee. For four ' years they and their comrades, from 1 ; Sumter to Annomat'tox, became j " The pillar of th people's hope. I The center of t.:e world's desire." j Their faith was flawless, their con-! secration unselfish and entire, their! But for them libertv would have here no habitation, freedom no temple. Grateful observance of this day is both our duty and our privilege. Their crav?s billow every battle field and make shrines of many places. Let us turn with tenderness to the passion less mounds that hold tlieir mortal dust in cemetery, churchyard, lonely iawn. far distant grove and national fieid. Let non? be forgotten or over- Ci.r.Mr.NT!T : Pon t try t.- makp aits'"! foo'l unlji yni uu olii MM.il Kiiiur. Pr.Ltv:A. Chicago. May '.'.-One man wai killed, nine to a dozen injured and property to the extent of iO.ir was destrojed by fire In the piant of th Wintermeyer box factory at Twent seventh and Troop streets. Th flames which originated from some un known cause, spread through the building with great rapidity, cutting off the escape of many of the employe! on the second and third floors. The identity of the one man killed has not been established. Many girls were employed in the box factory, but all esf-aped, either through the doors or down the fire escapes. "You say ;, ou hate that man?" saM the close friend. "I do." answered the dentist "But you never show It." "Certainly not! You don't suppose I am going to put him on bis guard and miss tbe chance of filling' bis teethT' Exch? - banks for second place on the ticket, t Congressman James S. Sherman. J chairman of the republican national 1 congressional committee, has joined j in the' Fairbanks vice presidential movement and Congressman John , W. Dwight of Dryden. N. Y.. is sup- j porting the movement enthusiastica!- s iy. J These New York men sav that from the present outlook the Empire State's looked. Let even the unknown be re-, solid vote will go to Fairbanks for ', numbered. Let their sepulchers. how Vin. nmirft ;r v.ih i ,t:ever humble and wherever found, be Taft is to be chosen as the presiden tial standard bearer. Governor Hughes is no longer considered for the vice presidential nomination. There is some talk of Cortelyou, but his fol lowing in New York appears to be small as compared with that of Fairbanks. Expert Accountant Did you not keep a cash book? Cashier No; the money went oat so soon after It came ia tliat LMm cauIAsot anbar 11. Ju dire. to us fo many baptismal fonts at ; which to renew our faith in the cause! thy defended, and to rededicate our selves to the service of the govern ment they preserved. Let us on this day above all others respect the law and obey its man dates. Let us not desecrate the hour with frivolous and noisy amusements. Let the ceremonies held be til? ex pression of the heart's sincere affec tion. Let the occasion be marked with song and speech and flower and by the silence which alone can char- Piann annus One S350 piano has been out on rent; will sell for $205. One Richmond Piano, Mahogany Case $125 One Chase Piano for only $ 85 Sold on Easy Payments The McConaha Co. 413-415 Main St. 11-13 S. 4th St.