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THE RICHMOND PALLADIUM AND SUN-TE LEG R A31. TUESDAY. OCTOBER 27, 1908. APPROPRIATION TO '. HOSPITAL WILL BE MADE AS USUAL (Continued from Page One) i THE PURCHASING POWER of WE 1111 JVJ peaks ail 2 'clock and aft G3ich mrDODndn Sim fthe ofliseyinni. alt 8 'clock. Hear - Him. Starting ew . BEEHIVE New Jgp GROCERY nflg 1199 COMPANY "" Gold Bond - Maple Syrup New . Raisins, . Currants, Figs, , Dates, Citron. Lemon and Orange Peel. New Buckwheat Flour and Corn Meal. Rodman Whole Wheat Pan cake Flour. New Mackerel, new Cod Fish. A full line of Dr. Johnson Edu cator Crackers and Wafers. Swiss Cheese, Brick Cheese, Neuf achatel Cheese, Philadelphia . Cream Cheese, Sap Sago Cheese, Canadian Cream Cheese, Edam Cheese, Pineapple Cheese, Royal Cheese. . PICKLE OF ALL KINDS Booklet The Right Rooting and the Reasons Why" - Call and get one. It " will pay yon. Pilgrim Bros. Phone 1390 Cor. 5th A Main epybiicami amdidalte Foir ovenrioir Will Be in Wayne County Tomorrow ait ambirodge illy From Headquarters, ic Temple, at 6:30 O'clock P. M. DEFAULTING BANK CASHIER DIES IN DENVER, COLORADO (Continued From Page One) the fact that he was a defaulter was known to only a few people. When the public announcement of his defal cation was mad in May, 1906, follow ing -the action of the federal grand jury in returning an indictment against him, Mr. DuHadway left for parts unknown and since that time up to his death he was a fugitive. He was fifty-two years of age. Teacher Johnny, can yon tell me where the north pole is? Small Johnny Tea, ma'am. It's at the top of the man. CMcaso -News. Sophia: Mother used Gold Medal Flour. Thkuksa. Wanted -50 Men To try our GUARANTEED Work ffA Dress or lwv shoes Notice Our Windows J. Will Mount & Son 529 Main St. Richmond. Ind. Ed. Feitman MAKER OF Fine Cigars American if in Smokers Like It j yj lyj i GREAT CROWD IS EXPECTED TONIGHT (Continued from Page One) port, W. J. Robie, M. C. Henly, Gus Meyer, I. V. Gause, E. G. Hill, W. A. Sample, Walter Hutton, George R. Williams, Chas. Potter, Henry Sherb, Henry Reeg, James Beckwith, Charles Knollenberg, Rav. Beck, John Siek man, Martin Goens, Dr. J. B. Clark, G. E. Clark, John Bond, Fred Kiennle, Earl Martin, Steward Thompson, Frank Underbill, John Roller, Frank Oler, Hov-.rd Pickett, . Aaron Martin, Will Hollingsworth, W. A.- Blair. John H. Thornburg, Clayton Taylor, George Thornburg, Oliver Dennis, Nelson Weaver, John Dynes, James Napier, Joseph Commons, Walter McConaha, Johil King, Elbert Huddleston, Omer White, Claude Kitterman. W. H. Trus ler, S. F. Crull, Junius Knipe, George Murray, Robert Hicks, H. H. Camp hell, Wm. Floyd, Orange Hall, Abra ham Rummel, W. H. Behr. Frank Gipe, John Kinsinger, George Harmel, E. O. Paul, Harry Morris, Morrison T. Pyle, Manford I White, George Panl lin, M. J. Doddridge. John Placke, Wm. Spalding, L. L. Parks, W. T. Griffis, Warren E. Adams, O. K Vor is, A. B. Parks, Joe Pyle, William Rob bins, John Pierce, Lafe Harrison, Edward Thistlethwaite. Charles Bulla. ! Willis Rich, Theodore Martin, Charles Little, Sylvester Cook, John Evans, Sherman Working, Emerson Booth, John Bloss, Jesse E. Brown. George Rothermel, Chas. Callaway, Walter Bragg, Homer Shepman, James Knapp, Monroe Sherry, Lena. Pierce, Knode Porter, Will Porter. Earl Walk er, A. K. Hindman. Ben Engelbert, George Cotton, John Atkinson, Chas. Davis, John LIvensberger, ' George Gause, Eli Good, James Bryant,, Win Johnson, Elmer Towle, Ben Wickett, B. A. Bascher, Andrew Stamer, Thom as Wheelan, Walter Commons. Paul Comstock, P, J.. Freeman, W. C. Con verse. Simpson Oxendine. Janitor of the lower floor at the court house, is con fined to his home by Illness. He is raftering from an abscess of the brain. His condition yesterday was each as to be alarming to his family. He was reported as somewhat improved to- articles of incorporation providing for the selection of its board of trustees, its sole governing body, from repu table citizens of said city, who are in terested in hospital work and without any reference to any political or sec tarian influence and for the desired purpose of keeping the government and management of such hospital always In the hand of citizens interested In its work and clear and free from polit ical or sectarian influence whatsoever. "The objects of the association are to manage, maintain and operate such hospital and benevolence devoting all Its resources to such purposes without , any compensation to its trustees or t any profit to them or any of them. The ; said hospital and all of its property is the property of the people of the j city of Richmond for whose benefit all j funds for its benefit were contributed. The hospital is designed primarily for . the people of Richmond to whom it belongs. Ita object and purpose, how ever, is to extend its beneficient work to the citizens of Wayne county and any and all others so far as its facili ties and ability will permit. "The trustees of said hospital act as trustees, administering a trust for the benefit of the people of Richmond and without any beneficial interest in the hospital or its property other than that in common with all other citizens of the city. The corporation In its name as such will hold all its property and its trustees will have no power to dispose of its property so as to de feat the purpose of the trust they ad ministered. The declaration of the articles of incorporation that it will have and assume all rights, powers and privileges given to corporations by the common law will be subject to the above." MONNMENTTO BEN J. HARRISON UNVEILED (Continued From Page Seven.) among its "few immortal names." Such was Benjamin Harrison, whose works do follow him. Let us then proceed to presentation of the facts, not all, indeed, but enough surely to prove that he was a constructive statesman of the first class, and the measures he advocated and enforced have now continuing power, and forever hereafter must beneficially affect our country's ca reer. The speaker discussed the steps to ward the advancement of internation al arbitration and the beginning of the new navy of the United States under the Harrison administration. It was said the nation was fortunately at peace during the administration, but there was more than one occasion when there was possibility of conflict. The dispute with Great Britain as to the right to protect American seals in Behring Sea was reviewed. Attention wa3 called to the "Valparaiso inci dent" in which sailors of the Balti more were assaulted and an apology was demanded by the United States. "Peace was secured with honor." The subjects of postal affairs and the mer chant marine were taken up by Mr. Noble. Credit was given the adminis tration for the extension of the pos tal system. The late president was spoken of as a constitutional lawyer," such a lawyer largely, because, with all his learning and acumen he was a servitor of the law, proud on his Dro fession, but prouder still of the judi ciary whose goodness and greatness he knew, and the indiciduals compos ing which he ever respected." Nation al support of education, reservation of forests, reservation of reservoir sites, and the subject of homestead claims were among the subjects . discussed with favor to the administration. At tention was paid to dther administra tive measures and the subject of pen sions. In concluding, the speaker said: "It was he (Harrison) who helped to inaugurate the movement for Indi ana's Soldiers' and Sailors' monument, and as president he was at the laying of its corner stone, which he deemed "a twin expression of that one great sentiment which, had already set up the statute of this state's great war governor" (Morton). We may well rejoice that there is now added to these other two this beautiful classic and worthy memorial before us. By one we recall the sleep less watchfulness of that governor who raised the forces of the state to contend in the struggle for the Union, and who appeared upon field after field to relieve the suffering at each succeeding battle, and to encourage the survivors to renewed endeavor in battles yet to come. By the other we are reminded of the heroic sacrifices made by Indiana's soldiers and sail ors, with their other Union comrades, ending only with their lives given for their country. And by this last one here unveiled, we express our love and reverence for him who, with all his other great services, not only of fered all he was and all he cherished upon the Held, but who kept his pledge and that of his country "to care for him who had borne the battle and for his widow and orphans." Let us, then, this day here recog nize in him our loyal fellow citizen; let us salute with respect the soldier who led his. regiment and .his brigade without fear and to victory; 1ft us look up, with admiration to the able and patriotic statesman; let us trans mit to all the future the testimony of a now reunited people, that in his day and generation. Benjamin Harrison was acknowledged to be am fins' the ' best of our presidents, and among the foremost of Americans; and let us commit his memory to the gratitude of the nation, the welfare of which he had constantly at heart, and sought, by all bis talents, to preserve In unity. to advance in justice and to cause to; endure forever for the good of all hu- Will be Demonstrated in Knollenberg's Notion Department Ladies' These are all bright new goods fust come in. Think of an elegant Venice Lace Coat Set, a beautiful collar with large cuffs to match, all for the small sum of 38 cents ! But it's Thursday in our Notion Depart ment, and you know what that means. IMPOSSIBLE to get too many irons in the fire if you buy your Ironing wax at Knollen berg's. 1,440 Iron Wai ters to go at the small sum of ONE CENT EACH. See our window. PARTY LEADERS FINISH CAMPAIGN AMONG VOTERS (Continued From Page One.) that all of them were here to see about campaign funds. Cheering Indiana News. These men brought cheering news from Indiana to National Chairman Hitchcock. They told him that Indi ana is sure for Taft by a big plurality, their figures ranging all the way from 30,000 to 75,000. None of them placed it below 30,000. But they believe Watson's plurality will not be as large as Taft's, although they are confident of his election also. "But the state' committee has been hard up throughout the campaign and the plea for money from the national committee was based on the fact that the final work of. a campaign is ex- -i-Boe'lt Ask Yomupscflfi-:- Why you should buy FELTMAN'S SHOES, but ask yourself why you SHOULDN'T BUY THEM. More Men, Women and Children WEAR FELTMAN'S FAMOUS TRAMP LAST than any other shoe sold in Richmond. You will certainly know comfort when you try them. BUY ONE PAIR Just on our word FOR MEN, $4.00 In this Tramp Last you find foot freedom, com fort and ease. That's what they are built for. FELTMAN'S WORK SHOES are far above the average in quality. We sell a work shoe that you find comfort in wearing and satisfaction in point of serv ice, $2.00 and $2.50. Special work shoes, $3.00 and $4.00. THERE Beautiful Lace Coat $1.00, $1.25, $1.50 Thursday You May Take Your Choice For Co) C2) . Our East Window Tells The Story Knollenberg's Store pensive and the state committee did not have money with which to com plete the wprk. Hemenway Optimistic. "Things are looking better for the republicans in Indiana every minute," said Senator Hemenway at the Audi torium Annex, yesterday. "Excellent reports are coming in every day from all over the state." In fact, the Indiana republican lead ers were In a happy frame of mind while here for they believe the Indi ana battle is won. Public Sale by Agnes Gaar Estate, Wednesday, Oct. 28th, at 10 o'clock on the A. Gaar farm, New Paris pike, con sisting of household goods, carpets, several fine gas fix tures, implements, 25 fresh cows with calves and other live stock. Baled hay and straw. PALLADIUM WANT ADS PAY. FOR LADIES $3tb $3.50 Tired feet, aching bones, distressed joints, heart ache, purse-ache, cured by Feltman's Famous Tramp Shoe last. IS NONE JUST AS GOOD -:-Qiiai. IHL Mtaami Sets. Worth IMPOSSIBLE to get too many irons is. the fire if you buy your ironing wax at Knollen berg's. 1.440 Iron Waf ers to go at the small Bum of ONE CENT EACH . Bee Our Window. SAM FRED t 1A Salts. Craven- CI A $IU cttcs. Ovcreos $1U u mure mm mh 91.00 and $2.00 HATO Main Street 1 PALLADIUM WANT ADS. PAY WE PACK FURNITURE FOR SHIPPING OR STORAGE DUNHAM'S FURNITURE STORE 627-629 MAIN ST. D9o w 1 I.