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Watch the daily papers for the arrival of Buster Brown MOUNT 510 MAIN STREET Only wholesale house in Richmond. Whole sale and retail. NEW GOODS ARE ARRIVING DAILY PolDars Saved Whemi You Tirade Here The best line of Shoes and Rubbers in the city. Prices that are the lowest because we are the only wholesale and retail store in Richmond and we are able to buy shoes cheaper and sell them cheaper. IFOIR ONLY THE RICHMOND PAL LADTtJM AXX SUN-TELEGRA3I, 3IOXDAT, JUNE 29, 190S. itfVTTiTWfc.M - - .300 PAIRS OF MEN'S SHOES, SIZES 6 TO 11 This sale includes all leather, satin calf, tip or plain. Also men's buckle heavy work shoes, L. A. W. Bicycle shoes. The whole 400 pair, worth $2, $2.50 and $3 a ECLIPSE PLAINLY VISIBLE HERE Pnenomena Was Visible short ly After Eight O'clock Sunday Morning. COULD BE PLAINLY . SEEN. WAS VIEWED BY MANY PEOPLE OF THE CITY ECLIPSE ONLY PARTIAL IN INDIANA, BUT FULL IN FLORIDA. Smoked glass, blue glass, brown E;lass, and every other kind of glass hat would permit the sightseers to feaze at the face of the sun without dis comfort to the eyes were called Into Hi ae yesterday morning. As viewed in this locality the eclipse of the sun was only partial. Great interest was ta ken in the eclipse. The first indica tion that an unusual natural phenom ena was in progress, came about 8:30 o'clock, when it seemed as if a slight Jog was obscuring the radiance of the Bun. The haze in the atmosphere continued until almost 11:30 o'clock, but becoming less dense after 10 lo'clock. In some parts of the city the eclipse catered a yellowish light. All vegeta tion appeared yellow and the roofs of bouses had the same appearance. In E;azing at the sun the observer noticed ong yellow beams of light radiating In all directions. Many persons, who had not expected the eclipse, thought the hazy prospect Indicated rain. When the eclipse was Nearest full in this vicinity, it seemed bs if the sun's light was being obscur ed by a dense cloud. The atmospher ical conditions were similar to those that exist about 4 o'clock in the after noon of a bright summer day. After the eclipse first became no ticeable, the moon was to be seen moving slowly across the face of the Bun. The moon moved as if from the southwest to northeast and the sun was- entirely obscured on tthe right hand side. At 9:45 o'clock three fourths of the sun was hidden, but it teas not dark enough to see any stars, although four of the largest planets were near the sun at the time. In the middle of the eclipse the sun was 150.000 times as brilliant as the full inoon. The eclipse was only partial in Indi ana, but total in Florida. Many of the leading educational institutions Bent astronomical parties to Florida to make observations. A partial eclipse does not mean anything to as tronomers, as the sun's condition has been observed in all pnases at such times. Many persons remember the total eclipse of about forty years ago. KThe sun's light was entirely obscured, chickens went to roost, and cattle left the fields for the barns. TEMPEST JAY BE STIRREO UP OVER MILK INSPECTION (Continued From Pag" One.) found to contain butter fat in amounts varying from 2.S per cent to 5.5 per rent. On the basis of the milk con taining 5.5 per cent being worth the Money charged for it the other was worth only about one half what it sold for. The standard butter fat is 3.25 fend the total solid matter in milk 8.5. RUNS IN LOG WAGON. breensfork Man Meets With Accident v While in Auto. Greensfork. Ind., June 29. Pickett fWishart's attempts to pass around a log wagon on the road with his au tomobile resulted in disaster. Wls Jiart sounded his horn and the driver of the wagon turned out but happened to select the same side of the road to which the machine had swerved. There was a collision and two occu pants of the auto were thrown out but not injured badly. The spindle on the machine was so bent that It, will bave to be sent to the factory for re pairs. The log wagon was not damaged. WEIRD CEREMONIES ACCOMPANY WORSHIP Religious Sect to Meet in Con ference. Boston, Mass., June 29. In sack cloth and ashes and with strange and weird ceremonial, the sun worshipers of the country will on Wednesday open their conference at Lowell, Mass. Members of the cult are expected to attend from all parts of the country and from Canada. Dr. Hanish, of Chicago, who is be lieved by his associates to be a rein carnated prophet of 1,000 years ago, will deliver a series of sermons during the convention on healing by touch, telepathy, sun baths and fastings. ( Features of the convention will be the early morning sun services and the diet of oil and wheat, which haa been prescribed for the disciples. i SHERIFF TO INVESTIGATE ALLEGEOJEINE CASES Claimed Illegal Fishing Is Done In This County. An investigation of the alleged sein ing of the streams in the northwestern part of the county will be made by the sheriff. Reports of seining have been frequent and the sheriff believes there must be some cause. While at Williamsburg Saturday night, the sheriff was aroused from his slumbers about one o'clock by a telephone call from Greensfork. The informant claimed twelve men were seining by lantern light. The sheriff promised an investigation, but was not disposed to leave his bed to institute a search ing party at that hour. KELLER BROUGHT HERE. Henry County Man Confined at East haven. Edward Keller of New Lisbon, was brought to the Easthaven Asylum by Deputy Sheriff Burr of New Castle to day. Keller about two years ago be came afflicted with a nervous trouble and went to a sanitarium at Oxford, O. He failed to be benefited and was returned to his home at New Lisbon. Continued care of him by his wife caused her to become ill. and when her condition became critical it was deemed best to take the husband away. He was placed in the Henry county infirmary two weeks ago. He has a large farm and other property. TTTTTTTTTTvtTTTTTTtTTTTTTT I $1,000 REWARD t UNDER OATH V If Blackburn's CascaRoyal-Pills 4. Contain C rot on Oil in any Form. State of Ohio, County of Mont- gomery, ss. jt To whom it may concern: Personally appeared before .me. I, Robert Blackburn, who being duly sworn according to law deposes and says: That the 4 proprietary remedy known to 4. the public as Blackburn's Cas- tor-Oil-Pills, and lately as Black- 4 burn's CascaRoyal Pills, do not now, and never did contain one particle of Croton Oil in any form whatever; reports of in- 4 competent (or grafter) chem- $ ists, to the contrary notwith- 4 standinsr. He further sava lin- ? der oath that he will pa the sum of $1,000 to any doctor, chemist or private individual who can conclusively show by chemical and physiological tests that the pills above referred to do contain Croton Oil; or that they do not contain Castor OIL I. ROBERT BLACKBURN. Sworn to before me by the said I. Robert Blackburn and by him subscribed in my pres ence this Sth day of June, 1908. JOSEPH A. WORTMAN. Notary Public Montgomery Co., Ohio. tee these pills to be a harmless. i a true remedy for constipation. I. R, B. our box calf. Blucher, straight lace, solid grain calf, Creoles, solid; besides one lot pair, to go for only $1.50 a pair. rurnnT i iinn i mvmi FORGES TO FRONT Is Made Assistant Treasurer Of the Wisconsin Cen tral Railroad. ONE OF FAMOUS SCHOOL. NAME CAN BE MENTIONED WITH MANY OTHERS WHO HAVE LEFT THIS CITY AND MADE GOOD IN RAILROAD WORLD. Everett Lemon, a former well known Richmond young man, has been ap pointed to the position of assistant treasurer of the Wisconsin Centra! railroad, of which line Henry C. Starr, the well known former local attorney is president. Mr. Lemon will assume his new duties the first of next month. His many friends here are pleased to learn of his success. Mr. Lemon was for several years pri vate secretary to Mr. Starr, when the latter made this city his home. He studied law under Mr. Starr and a year or two ago was admitted to mem bership in the Wayne county bar. When Mr. Starr was called to Chi cago to assume the vice presidency of the Wisconsin Central, Mr. Lemon went with him and was given a re sponsible position in the general offic es of the C, C. & L. When Mr. Starr and his associates organized the Amer ican Creosoting company, Mr. Lemon was made treasurer of the concern. Mr. Lemon has had vonderful suc cess in the railroad business the short time he has been engaged in this line of work, and it is predicted that with in a few years he will be one- of the best known railroad men in the coun try. A great deal of his success is due to the interest Mr. Starr has al ways taken in him, but Ilr. Starr gave his assistance to his former private secretary because he knew that he had the ability to "make good." The appointment of Mr. Lemon as assistant treasurer of tho Wisconsin Central, brings before the public once again the remarkable Richmond school" of railroad men, who by their ability have risen to the highest posi tions in the railroad world. This school was founded ty Col. John F. Miller, of this city and his pupils in clude his son, Harry Miller, the late William B. Leeds and others too nu merous to mention. ' FOLLOWERS OE MULAI HAFIDJRE SLAIN Tribesmen Again Score Vic tory Over Usurper. Morocco City, June 29. The Elm tongui tribesmen, following up their advantage of June 21, when they at tacked' and routed a column of Mulai Hafid's forces, killing 100 of them and wounding 150, have again defeated the followers of the usurping Sultan, killing three of his chiefs. Advices received here from Fez are to the effect that Mulai Hand will leave for Rabat at the end of July. mm I THREATENS TO CUT " HIS WIFR HEAD OFF Alleged Ollie King Did All of This. Leota King told Judge Fox in circuit court this morning her husband Ollie had been so mean as to threaten to cut her head off. Leota wanted a di vorce and upon this representation it was given her. The case had been continued from last week and Judge Fox acted upon it in accord with his promise. The plaintiff asserted her husband became involved in trouble at Eaton, Ohio, and was charged with the theft of money. She said he did not support her and she had been com pelled to rely on hr brother for her BQAlnteiUUM. Of Interest to the Boys We also will place on sale one lot of boys' tan shoes, vici kid, high tops, to go for'only $1.50 These shoes formerly sold for $2.00 to $2.50 the pair. THURSDAY MARKS CLOSE DF THE BIG CONTEST Up Until the PoPlls Close, Contestants Will Work Might and Main to Win a Coveted Place in Pleasure Party. The Palladium's great Niagara Falls and Canadian trip voting contest comes to a close Thursday of this week at which time it is expected that the number of ballots cast will total up to over a million. The last few days of the race the contestants will work with might and main to be one of the lucky eight. NOTICE CONTESTANTS. Instructions In Regard to Closing of the Contest. Ballots clipped from the "Palladium and Sun-Telegram and subscrip tions for the same will be received at this office until 5 p. m., Thursday, July 2. No ballots clipped from the paper will be received after 5 p. m. At 6:30 p. m., subscriptions and ballots on subscription only will be re ceived at the Westcott Hotel reading room. The contest will close at 9 p. m., after which time the committee consisting of J. A. Spekenhier, J. C. Bayer, M. W. Kelley, W. B. Watson and L. P. Meredith, will proceed to count and when finished will name the winning contestants. The regular ballots will apDear In each issue, entitling the lady voted for to one vote. Remember you can enter the contest any time you wish to, so "get busy and keep busy." The conditions of the contest are as tol- 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 Ida Beeson,. Greensfork R. R. 22 143,834 Jennie Wine, 1117 N. G street 120,200 Goldie Myers, Centerville R. 11 .118,039 Lucie Benton, Fountain City... 115,205 Goldie Dadisman, 402 S. 12th street .91,584 Maude Pettibone, 409 N. 16th street 45,920 Elsie Wyatt, 1114 N. G street 28,833 Rosa Kuehn, 17 South 8th street 28,532 Hattie Lashley, Centerville 23,606 Marie Hodskin, Cambridge City 18,110 Lena Cornthwaite, Cambridge City 10,701 Ethel Wysong, Lynn, Ind 8,619 Ruby Hodgin, 25 South 7th street 6,101 Estella Coates, 201 N. 8th street 5,773 Adda Study, Williamsburg, Ind 4,119 This Ballot Not Good Alter 5 p. m. July 2 Palladium and Sun-Telegram Niagara Falls and Canada Voting Contest ONE VOTE 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 tojthis office before the expiration of the above date or It will not be considered a legal vote. Ballots Deposited Today Will Appear In To morrow's Count. Palladium Want Ads Go Into All Homes. Open Evenings Until After the 4th Friday Will Be Our Saturday j. WILL MOUNT St SON - a i V COUPON Extra Special Notice All prices as shown in our windows which prevailed during our. last big sale will be allowed a 50c extra reduction. Everybody invited to look in the windows. It will make you an extra saving. BOYS A FEARED Crowd Has Committed Sev eral Small Robberies in Cambridge City. CASES ARE REPORTED. The antics of three boys of Cam bridge City have been such as to cause complaints to be preterred to the pros ecuting attorney and it is probable the boys will be sent to the reform school. One of the lads is named Goodwin and the other two are brothers named Hickman. The lads are charged with a number of petty depredations and crimes. They have broken Into a number of places it is said and their skill as youthful burglars is said to be remarkable. They are accused of breaking Into the Ohmit store one by passing over the roof and securing en trance by means of the skylight. At another time it is said, they dug be neath the cellar window, which Is barred, and gained entrance to the 6toreroom by forcing tne hinges off the cellar door. The cases of the boys were reported to the board of children's guardians some time ago, but action has been delayed. Business men of Cambridge are said to fear the visits of these lads as much as those of professional burg lars. One business man Induced one of the brothers to tell him the story of his short life and it was one replete with tales of small robberies. It is believed that if the boys were placed under the custody of the reform school authorities and trained proper ly, they would change the methods of their liveB. PLAYED STOCK MARKET WITH BANK'S MONEY Ohnmeiss Lost and Is Now Un der Arrest. Atlantic City, N. J., June 29. Rob ert Ohnmeiss, Jr.. cashier of the Ma rine Trust company of this city, was arrested Sunday charged with a de falcation of $20,500. He made a con fession, in which he says that he play ed the stock market and became hope lessly involved. Home Tel. 2062 (Chicago, Cincinnati & Eastbound Chicago Cincinnati STATIONS Lt Chicago At Peru tir Pern ......... Lt Marion ....... XsT Mnncie ....... ;Lt Richmond .... jLv Cottage Grove tAr Cincinnati .... 'Westbound CincinnatiChicago a 2 STATIONS Except Sny Daf,y mUT SunAm Lv Cincinnati 8.40m S.OOpm -"" ' g.40aa Lr Cottage Grove 10.15am 10.46pm 10.1 5am Lt Richmond 10.55am 11.15pm 6.30pm 10.55am Lt Mnncie 12.17pm 32.4Sam 8.00pma ' 12.17pm Lv Marlon 1.19pm 1.44am S.OOpm 'LlSpm At Peru 2.15pm 2.35am 10.00pm 2.15pm Lt Pern 2.25pm 2.45am 4.Wpm Ar Chicago (12th St, Station)... . 6.40pm ( 7.00am 8.20pm Through Vestlbuled Trains between Chicago and Cincinnati over our own rails. Doable dally service. Through Sleepers on trains No. 3 and 4 "between Chicago and Cincinnati. Local sleeper between Maude, Maxloa, Pern and Chicago, handled In trains Nos. 5 and 6, between Uoada Pern, thence trains Nos. 3 and 4. between Pern and Chicago. For trsia connections and other information call ISSUES J EDICT Superintendent Bailey Tells People When to Cele brate the Fourth. ORDER MUST BE OBEYED. Supt. Bailey of the police depart ment this morning issued his annual proclamation against the too-previous celebrations of the Fourth of July. Fireworks of all sorts may be explod ed at any time after 6 o'clock Friday evening and until midnight of the . Fourth without fear of Intervention on the part pf the police. Before and aft er these hours a risk will be taken, however, and the police have been In structed to make arrests for violation. The superintendent also requests ail dealers In fireworks to caution pur chasers against exploding them before the time allowed. The orders of the superintendent are Issued In accordance, with the city ordinance passed In 1879. . This ordi nance prohibits the use of explosives and fireworks on any dates but July 4 and December 25. The custom at the time the ordinance was passed was to observe Christmas in much the same manner as the Fourth and firecrackers and pyrotechnics were made features. ADDRESS INTERESTING. Bishop Warne Speaks to Cambridge City Audience. Cambridge City, June 29. The ad dress given last night at the Method ist church by Bishop Warne, of India, was up to the expectations of all who attended. Mr. Warne a description of India and of the people of that coun try was excellent He told of the home life and of the great work that the missionary can do there. There is probably more to be done In 'India by the Christian people than there Is in any other country, according to Mr. Warne. Gray Tru iu tn pink of ceadkUeo. eld noan. but I fe1 pretty, bine becaase everybody tells ifae-Jm&WiWrfwu-ty white. Brown WHl.tlHtliJtkat.a chap who gets blue aefcelrfett mutt be terribly green or tfaVe tfmtmng streak of yellorr In bis raaeu-Kaa-sas City " She He tells me all his secrets. He Well, yon don't object to that, do you? She Oh. I don't know. I think I'd rather find them out! DeaeTeL 2tS2 Louisville Railroad Co. 1 Except SI Dally Daily Sunday Snaday. 8.35am 12.40pm 12.50pm 1.44pm 2.41pm a (Knm t.30pm 1.55am 2.05am 2.59ara 8.67am S.lSam t.53am 7.30am 7.35am 12.40pm 4.40pm 6.37pm 6.40pm 8.05pm 1.46pm 10.28pm 6.00am 7.05am 8.10am 4.10pm 6.35pm C A. BLAIR. P. A T. A. Home Telephone 2062.