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TOE RICII3IOXD PALLADIU3I AND SUV-TELEOR A3f, FRIDAY, MAY 22. 190S..
PAGE EEGIIT. liSUNDAY SCHOOL AMERICAN WOMAN TO ENTERTAIN KING. rl r Mlifril M KNOLLENBERG'S STORE See them in our show window? See what? WORKERS CONVENE Wayne County Association Is Holding a Meeting at Fountain City. Ask your friend, THE GROCER, if he cant catch rnore flieswtS molasses than with vinegar. That's the reason INDIAN CORN FLAKES are made so "butter-scotch like." Just smile, and You'll zet a sample at his expense. Looks exactly like THIS 11 i LOCAL MEN ON PROGRAM. t COMMITTEES ARE NOW BEING j NAMED AND MUCH IS BEING j DONE TO FURTHER THE V.'ORK ! X V1 Hell t glad to gU it to yeu, FREE and IN THIS COUNTY. 4 1 I you II iMiirf i 875 yards Fancy Taffeta Silks, 32 inches wide (usual width of such silks is only 18 inches) will qo on tale next Monday morning, May 25th. At 53c per yard Taking into consideration the quality of the goods and the usual width (32 inches) besides the de sirableness of the styles, and you will readily see that they are eastly $ 1 .00 Per Yard Values The quantity means about 75 DRESS PATTERNS. Will you be among the number to secure one? dIQCIK Silks 4 Specials in Black Taffeta and Peau de Sole, 27 inch and 31 inch wide at 58c, 68c and 73c per yard. Monday is the opening sale day. The Geo. H. Knollenbercj Co. WELL KNOWN YOUNG MEN ROB STORE AND MUST GO TO PRISON (Continued From Page One.) escaped suspicion the throe re ifcfcLned in thecity until late in the af ternoon. All-Are Well Known. All three-of the young men are well tnown. Morrey is an orphan and has inaade his home with relatives in the JJcConaha flats on South Fourth treet. He was employed for a short 'time as clerk at the Westcott hotel jnd also has had charge of the pool ifcnd billiard : room. Work did not ap 'peal very strongly to the young man, however, aid he wasted numerous op portunities. He 'was arrested several 'months ago for engaging in a Sunday street brawl when intoxicated. He was released from the city court on ,8uspondd sentence. Morrey's pro clivities have been in the direction of & leader in fashions. His resources 'were limited, however. Young Hartkorn is married. He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. John Hart korn of. South Eleventh street. He ,had beom in minor troubles a number Sof times and on the last occasion es caped prosecution upon the promise (Of good behavior. For a number of fyenrshe was an attache at local the aters and for the past year or more htas been operating a moving picture Jmacline. He has been industrious vAndr It. -was a surprise to his friends when it-became known he had turned 1 burglar. For some time Harold Mitchell lias beern employed as a driver for the Pa cific Express company. He has made his home with his grandmother and was a member of the group that was with Morrey at the time of the trouble on Main street. Prosecutor Lenient. The young men stated in the c trt. room they did not care for the inter vention of attorneys. They were charged with burglary and grand lar ceny but in view of the fact it was their first serious offense the prose cuting; attorney informed the court he asked judgment on the second count, charging grand larceny, only. The court room lobby was crowded with friend3 and acquaintances of the three young men when they were taken there from the city jail, where they had spent the night. All three were welj and neatly dressed and none showed any effects of the night spent beyond the bars. None of them broke down upon facing the judge and none asked for the privilege of making a statement. Parens-; and relatives of the three did not seek clemency in their behalf. They proceeded on the theory t:ie young men knew full well they were committing a crime and could stand the punishment the same. The sen truce seemed heavy but it was the lightest that could be imposed for con viction of the charge of grand larceny. It would have been possible for the court to suspend sentence but Judge Fox did not see fit upon the admission of the guilt of all and the fact that the robbery was a burglarly deliber ately planned and executed. As further indication that Morrey, who suggested the burglary and act ed as leader was prepared to make a defense had he been caught in the act, a slung shot was found in bis pocket when he was searched at the city jail. Muc;i credit must be accorded Pa trolmen Edwards and Westenberg. Edwards was alone at the depot when the opportunity came to gather in the three. He did not know whether thev would offer any resistence or not but was willing to assume the risk. REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS (Furnished by County Recorder Mosbaugh.) Seth C. Kinley to Richmond City Water Works, Ft. S. W. 2G-14-1, Wayne township. $3,500. Benj. X. Crump to John H. Mitchell lot SO, A. Moffitt's P,rd addition to Richmond. $1.31)0. Burton J. Westcott et al, ex-will J. M. Westcott deceased to Omar G. Mur ray, lot o and pt. ti, Bickle and Laws add. to Richmond. $18,000. sion held last evening by the delegatfs attending the forty-fourth annual ((in vention of the Wayne County .Sunday School association, a most intei eating program was rendered. The conven tion opened yesterday morning and there were representatives present from nearly every protestant Sunday school in the county. The session onened last evenin'' m ' with music by an orchestra and a large p1 1 choir. The devotions were conducted Itl bv the Rev. W. E. Whitlock of Center- Ejj ; vine, men me eiiou sung m nuun m. a ! The Rev. J. W. Zerbe delivered the address of welcome in a most hearty p! ! manner and he made all of the out of Pl3 i town Hplpfratps fpl rwrfertlv at home. 1 iifr espouse o tins auutv: w-- livered by the president of the associ ation. J. T. Addlenian, of Richmond. The evening program was concluded by an address entitled "The Teachers' Four I's." delivered by the Rev. S. W. Traum of Richmond, and an address delivered by the Rev. Conrad Huber. of Richmond, entitled . "A Forward Look." Both of these addresses were instructive and extremely interesting to the delegates. At the morning session the township presidents with J. T. Reynolds as chairman, were named as nominating committee. Prof. O. L. Voris, Mrs. Oliver Hiatt and Lee Chamness were named to the resolution committee. William Wesler, Perviance Hunt and William Underbill were appointed to the auditing committee. After the appointment of these committees' the Rev. Chamness. William Cnderhill and others delivered short addresses. At the afternoon session the meeting was opened bv an address on "Evan gelism in the Sunday School." deliver ed by the Rev. W. E. Whitlock. The Cradle Roll whs the subject of an in teresting talk on the part of Mrs. M. J. Baldwin, state superintendent. Mrs. Baldwin also spoke on lessons to be ginners in Sunday school work. "Our County Work," was the subject of an interesting address by Mrs. W. A. Ellis. if & T ,XK- CRU1SESAREPLANNED M. E. 1 POLICEMAN KILLED. , r'.dian. Miss . May 22 TVlieoma .. White was shot and tnstantlr Three Fleets Will Be in For eign Waters Next :all. WHERE THEY WILL GO. Pio: l 1 !1 y a in cro hclieved to be Lew son. -ar!y this morning on .-nt! near the old Xortheast- If you ar troul?ls$ with tfc:k beadacM. coo f npu:ioD. in i:l;'iHD, oilniv breath or any ii'.sce arising from ttontach trouble, gat Sc or 1 bo'tie nf lr. Caldwvil'a Syrap Pbpain. U i tokitlveiy craarantectl to cure you. Washing on n. Max- Mrs. Potter Palmer of Chicago, is soon to entertain King Edward at Hampden House, the beautiful man sion in Mayfair which she rents from the Duke of Abercorn. 2. The j fleets tf American warships will be; on cruises in foreign waters at one ' time for eight or ten weeks next fall. ! While the Atlantic fleet of IT battle- ships made ready for its departure i from Australia for Japan and China, j the armored cruiser section of the Pa- j cifie fleet will bei;in a cruise to Sa- j moa and the South Sea. and in all j probability at the same time a new j squadron will be formed on the At Ian tic coast this summer and begin a rniise to England and the Mediierrit- i;ean. j The European cruise under cotitem- ' plation will tie made by a squadron to be formed with thf halt 1 ehipn New Hampshire. Idaho. Mississippi. Indiana i Hiid Iowa, the armored cruisers North Frank Cole spent yesterday with his (-U-ollria an(1 Montgomery, the scout cruisers Salem. Chester and Birming ham and the protected cruisers Colum bia and Minneapolis. Pes Moines and Tncoma. THE CITY HEWS II BRIEF Best Bicycle Tires; Wakin? & Co 20-Tt i Try one of those egg frappe's with cream, at Price's. at I SERVICES BOTH ORAL AID WITH SIGN Between Two Icebergs. A captain of an Atlantic liner told me that once when he was crossing the banks of Newfoundland he slowed down for fog and presently suspected I that he was not far from ice. II was! blowing bis whistle at regular inter-1 vals. The nearest land was hundreds , of miles away. He could not see as far as the bow of his own ship. He stared ; Mutes Will Be Addressed and listened as he paced the bridge, as all captains do under such clrcum- stances. Hearing what he supposed j to be the w histle of another ship close j aboard, on the port side, be reversed his engines and put the helm over to j avoid her. Hardly had he done this at St. Paul's, Episcopal. A special, or combined service, in the interests of church work among Deaf-Mutes and their hearing child- wheu still another whistle sounded i ren wU1 1,e neld at St- Pa,jI'B Kpisco over the starboard bow. He thought then that he was between two other steamers. His own was at a stand still, but as often as he blew his whistle theirs responded without going ahead or astern. Were tbey also hov to? It was unaccountable till the fos lifted, when instead of ships on both sides of him he found two towering icebergs, blue and white and glisten ing, the flanks of which had but echoed the sound of bis own whistle. William H. Rideing In Youth's Companion. 2Saaw3 CTJ tosii All Footwear to be Sold in 30 Days ! At prices that will make you buy, as we must sell everything to open up with an entire NEW STOCK by June 25, 1S08, when the real Buster Brown will come with a full line of the FAMOUS BUSTER BROWN BLUE RIBBON SHOES and the WHITE HOUSE SHOES for men and women. This sale is a bona-fide discount cash sale and we guarantee the goods to save you money on all footwear. Notice the windows and our lines "Special" in the store. One lot of Men's Sporting Shoes, worth $1.50 to $2 oo-at $1 .00 One lot Men's Bike Shoes, all leather, solid, L. A. V worth $2.50 $1.50 One lot Men's Grained Creoles, worth $2 at Cjl Cf) V I .WW guaranteed $2.00 for Men, One lot Men's Buckle, stitched down. not to rip, worth $2.50, at , One lot the famous White House Shoe cushion sole, worth $4.00. at gQ One lot White House Shoes, worth $3.50, to go at $3.00 One lot Pull Dress Oxfords, all kinds and sizes, go at $1.50 and Up. One lot Ladies' Oxfords go at 69C One lot Barefoot Sandals, worth $1.50. go at ygg One lot White Canvas VDxfords, worth $1.00, go at 50c One lot Ladles' Shoes, worth $1.50 to $1.75. go White House Shoes, worth. cushion $1.00 $3.50, go $3.00 soles, -worth at . Ladies' at One lot new Tan Oxfords, 13 50- so at 52.00 One lot Tans, worth $2.00, go at J-J gQ One lot Children's Shoes, worth $1.00 to $1.50. go at 50c J. Will Mount & Son, 529 Main St., Richmond, Ind. i ) L.l pal church, Richmond, Thursday, June 4, at 7:30 o'clock in the evening. The Rector, the Rev. David C. Huntington, will read Evening Prayer for the regu lar congregation and other hearing people present. With him will be the Rev. Austin W. Mann, Dean of the Deaf-Mute Clergy of America and England. He will interpret the Serv ice and sermon for the benefit of the deaf-mutes worshiping with the hear ers. The Sermon is a brief history (if Deaf-Mute Education in America and Europe and of the labors of tho church in their spiritual behalf. So the service will be both oral and sign. A cordial invitation is extended to all interested, and the reader is asked to show this notice to deaf-mute neighbors. mother at Economy. 'Attend the big reduction sale Mrs. C. A. Brehm's. Saturday. Mrs. Bowman was a guest at Cam bridge City yesierday. Mrs. Mary Pierson of Economy has returned home after spending a few days visiting with friends in this city. Mrs. John Reid is visiting at Camden for a few days. Price's ice cream made from pure cream. Seven flavors to select from. Russell Hiatt of Whitewater, was a guest in this city yesterday. Try ice cream peach cobbler at Price's. You will like it. Mrs. Charles Worth is visiting at Liberty for a few days. A box of Price's chocolates will be appreciated. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Bruner were guests at New Paris the early part of the week. Creme De Menths. Cocoa Cola.. Lime Phosphate and other cooling phos phate drinks at Price's. Attend the sale of trimmed hats at Lora Xolder's, ?,9 X. Sth St. Friday and Saturday. Every trimmed hat to , be sold at a discount. "The Merchant of Venice." will be given by the members of the senior class of the high school in the near future. PALLADIUM WANT ADS PAY. DAlCnUAM ! (Cooked Done; It's Delicious) HADLEY BROS. Phones 292 and 2292. y Sold exclusively by 3UMPE 807 Main St. DR. A. 0. MARTIN Thorouflhly Equipped for Up-to-Date Dentistry. Room 16. over Nusbaum's Fbone 1637 $$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$ ANTI-INJUNCTION BILL IS DEAD ONE JURY AN 0 T DECIDE FOR RUEF Vote for and Against Acquit tal Stood a Tie. San Francisco. May 22. The jury in the case of Abraham Ruef. charged with bribery, has disagreed, standing six for conviction and six for acquit tal. This was the second trial. The first jury also disagreed. None Will Be Passed by Con gress This Year. Washington, May 22-The republi can caucus has voted against the pas sage at this session or congress of a bill to modify the power of federal courts in the exercise of injunctions. 21-2t i -f y eo to to i t CO o tO to to o WE wfih& if a US gum Ex Will fMi b We will loan you money tho same day you apply for it. accept as security furniture, pianos, horses, watronf. Pte, charge the lowest possible rate of interest. We will We Our PTftera is modern and our terms the easiest, give us a call. Before you borrow money elsewhere ONE OF THE MEN IN PUBLIC EYE. Exploding a Mins In Granite. One of the methods of quarrylus granite is to dislodge a hugs sheet from the surface of the formation through the medium of a powder mine. A large perpendicular shaft is first blasted to a depth of about thirty feet At the bottom of this and radiat ing in all directions horizontally, like the ppokes of a huge wheel, long holes are drilled. Th extremities of these holes are then shot with light charges of dynamite in order to create cham bers large enoupb to receive large quantities of black powder. This takes weeks of ever increasing charges. Then the final charge is loaded. The j now huge chambers at the extremities of the spokes are packed with hnn- j dreds of pounds of powder, numerous ' ,-v tLH- X,J- fc.MVA-s -M Tfl "v ! RIclimond Loan Co. Room 17 Over Nusbaiim's 721 Main St. Home Phone 1545. Richmond, Ind. v to A 40 zz o o o v o o n o o -0 to o o u to o to to s$s$$s$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$ss$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$ 2 Automatic Phones 119S-1199 Belll0 BEE HIVE 2 Automatic Phones 1198-1199 Bell 1S EXTRA SPECIAL FOR SATURDAY ONLY FANCY LARGE BULK OLIVES in 1 quart Mason Jars Plenty of Fancy Strawberries This picture shows United States Minister W. W. Russell and baby. electric wires attached and the whole i They were photographed at the Red D mine tamped with fine material. A J Line pier just as they arrived from mighty roar and rumble In the bowels j Caracas, Venezuela, where Mr. Rus of the earth and the hnge sheet is de- j sell is Minister from the United tacfced from the ledge. Fopular Me- States. Tiny Miss Russell was bora New Peas New Beans New Potatoes New Beets New Carrots New Squash New Mangoes New Cucumbers New Onions New Asparagus New Spinach New Cabbage New Tomatoes New Cauliflower Dressed Chickens FANCY PINEAPPLES 10c 15c 20c I in the legation at Caracas.