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r- THE H2CHMOND PALLADIUM AXD SUN-TELEGK AH, TUESDAY, 31 AT 11, 1809.
STATE COLLEGES III 1 WK MEET -'J.-'-.."' '-'--'A Wti.-:-V WW-.-"- Earlham Will - Be Hostess to Hundreds of Visitors ' This Saturday. , STATE AT HllETIC' MEETING BOXING CLASS AT UNIVERSITY OF COLUMBIA TV Y J) iiT , 0 THE BEST FIELD ."AND TRACK ARTISTS IN THE STATE WILL BE PRESENT EARLHAM PICK ED A3 THE WINNER.' v The Indiana College"; Athletic league meet will be held on:Rejd field Satur day, on which the eye of all the ath letic interests , of the Estate will be turned. This U .one-oi tUe most lm portant meets held each year lit "Indi ana, and is one of:'tfce largest. . That the meet is to be held on Reid Field this year means no little-undertaking for Earlham." There' will be six of the big Indiana' colleges represented and the team scoring h4 largest num ber of points -will be. considered ,the state outdoor, champion in track and field athletics. :; The league is com posed of Wabash. Rose Polytechnic. Hanover, State' Normal ; Franklin col lege and Earlham. - ' , Earlham Is Favorite. ' ' Up to the present the probable win ner appears to be either Earlham or Wabash, the former having the best chance, considering the result of the De Pauw meet, held last Saturday. Coach Vail and Prof. Graves, however, will not let up on the training of the men as they , recognize the representa tives of the yellow and white will not have as easy time Saturday" as they did in the dual meet with the Methodists. It can be depended on that Earlham Is to be reckoned ' with throughout the meet. ' . The Wabash college team has for the past two years been able to capture the meet. In 1907 they won without much difficulty, but last year Earlham gave them a run for their money and it was only after the hardest, kind of a fight that the Little Giants landed In first place. It is known that they have lost several of, their ( best point winners this ya?,' while Earlham, her nearest 'opponent has all the old me ij back; so that the dope artists have to give the Quakers recognition, s Rose Poly is hot to be forgotten and is regarded as: being a factor in the race. Hanover and the state normal are not looked Upon to break into the tfutnt winning v'ery strong' - white Franklin is expected to make a good showing. ' - BRIDGE ' COIITRACTS Competition Was Intense and Bidding Marked by Unus , . ually-Close f igures. LOOKED LIKE BARGAIN SALE Contracts for bridges to be. erected in the county this year, were awarded yesterday by the board of county com missioners as follows: Pan American Company-Nannie Oler $1,849, Peirce, $1,898, Murry, 12,874, Lick Creek, $1, 100; Armentrout, $4,349, Dry Branch $544. Lineal foot of piling, 05 cents; Smith A Drury Creitz, $4,295; Saxton $3,895; Williamsburg. $3,005: Boyd and Kelsey Potter's Ford, $374.05; Foland $384.95. The bidding in several instances was very close. Several of the companies made bids ending in ''05," and thus avoided -the use of "round numbers." One firm's bids ended In 05 cents in each case. ' This firm secured a con ract because of the difference of 5 cents from the bid of the firm that used even numbers; .' ! " ART BOARD TO MEET. i"The board of the JRichmond Art as ftociation will meet this evening at the Garfield building, to make ar rangements for the coming exhibit to be given in June. The board from now on until the exhibit will have meetings frequently. " Why He Was Big. A very tall and muscular man went through the. office and out. - "Flat physique." remarked a visitor. "Prizefighter, is he?" "No, was the answer. That's the art editor.- Ko-. W don't select them because they know anything about art We get them good and strong, so they can lick the engraver and make him do things -over when he hasn't done them to our liking.',' New York Press. mm You can avoid collar troubles ing the F y A i& ra w arcane .-. ; X I': 'jar- T - Baseball Results NATIONAL LEAGUE. WBSBl Won Lost Pet. Pittsburg.. 13 7 .650 Philadelphia .10 7 .588 Boston ........ .-10 8 .556 Chicago 12 10 .545 Brooklyn 8 10 .444 Cincinnati 10 13 .435 New York 7 10 .412 St. Louis 9 14 .391 AMERICAN LEAGUE. Won Lost Pet. Detroit .. 14 5 .737 New York ...... ..11 7 .611 Boston ..10 . 8 .556 Philadelphia .. .. .. 8 8 .500 Chicago 10 10 .500 Cleveland 9 10 .474 St. Louis 6 13 .316 Washington .. ...... 5, 12 .294 AMERICAN ASSOCIATION. Won Lost Pet. Milwaukee .15 5 . .750 Louisville 14 9 .609 Indianapolis .. .. ..-.13 11 .542 Minneapolis 10 11 .476 Toledo ... 10 12 .455 Kansas City 9 . 12 .429 Columbus .. .. .. .. 9 15 .375 St. Paul 7 12 .368 RESULTS YESTERDAY. National League. Boston 1; New York 2. Brooklyn 4; Philadelphia 2. Pittsburg-Chicago Wet grounds. American League. Chicago 1; Washington 0. (11 inn ings.) St. Louis 1; Philadelphia 5. Other games postponed Rain. American Association. Minneapolis 8; Louisville 5. - St Paul 5; Toledo' 2. Kansas City 2; Indianapolis 1. (11 innings.) Minneapolis 3; Columbus 1. EOT III COURT SESSIONS Three Days' Vacation Planned By the Judge. Judge Fox informed attorneys at the Wayne circuit court bar1 this morning he will not hold court May 24, 25 and 26. The judge will be at Indianapolis two of the days and the third at Cin cinnati. He instructed the attorneys to prepare their cases so that the de lay will not interrupt their business. INSURGENTS ARE SPillKEO AGAIN Washington, May 11. The insurgent republicans were again defeated in i - . ' . . .... the senate today, when Bacon's amendment to the tariff, reducing du ty on coarse grades of china was re jected, all the democrats and only three republicans voting for . the amendment. LIVELSBERGERS ARRIVE. Word has been received of the ar rival of Mr. and Mrs. Ellsmorth Iiiv elsberger at Pasadena, Cal. Uvels berger is a former member of the po lice department. He has gone to Cali fornia for hl3 health. Mermaid For Broakfart. A stranger mAl than any ever par taken by Frank Buckland or the most hardened, and cosmopolitan traveler is described by Juan Francisco de St An tonio in his account Of his travels and adventures in the Philippine Islands, published at Manila la 1738. In this curious little Work the author tells us that he once breakfasted off a mer maid, and he further gravely describes its flavor as being like fresh fat pork. most of your by remember- Collar: AN AAMWCUP a JUST At too POSTPONEM 'J nmlf - M - m m X SB RICHMOIID PEOPLE WILL RE INVITED Local Relatives of the Wright Brothers to Go to Dayton. HOME CITY GREETS THEM MONSTER HOME COMING RECEP TION IS BEING PLANNED FOR THE MEN WHO HAVE WON IN TERNATIONAL FAME. Prof, and Mrs. D. W. Dennis of Earl ham College, and Silas Zeller, of this city, cousins of Orville and Wilbur Wright, of Dayton, Ohio, in whose honor Dayton will give a mammoth home coming reception, June 17 and 18, will attend the affair. Special in vitations will be sent to all the rela tives of the Wright brothers by the ex ecutive committee in charge of the affair. Orville and Wilbur Wright, who have been demanding the atten tion of the world, through their suc cessful experiments, with the aero plane, landed in New York today, com ing from France. Mrs. Dennis and her brother, Silas Zeller, are related to the Wright broth ers on their mother's side. Mrs. Mary C. Zeller, who died recently, and Mrs. Susan Wright, mother of the inventors, also deceased, were sisters. Their maiden name was Koehrner. . Used to Live Here. Bishop Wright, father of the Wright Brothers, is in charge of the work of issuing invitations. While hone have been received by the local relatives as yet, they will arrive within a few days. Mrs. Cora Dillon and Mrs. Grace Fra zier, of Rushville, also .cousins of Wil bur and Orville Wright, have already received their invitations and will ac cept. Richmond and Wayne county feel a peculiar interest in .the exploits of Wilbur and Orville Wright. No doubt a large number of residents of this city and county will attend the recep tion. About 15 or 20 years ago the wrights lived in this city. Bishop Wright, the father is a minister, but had no active charge while in this city. The two brothers as well as Miss Katherine Wright, who has been with her brothers to the old country, and shared in the honors bestowed on them were born and reared in Henry county not far from the Wayne county line. A LOST ARCHDUKE SAID TO BE F Chicago Paper Today Makes Startling Report. Chicago, May 11. The Journal to day declares it has discovered "Loot John Oth," otherwise the Arch-Duke Johann Salvador of Austria, prince of the house of Hapsburg, working as a machinist, in Paihesville, Ohio. " He disappeared nineteen years ago, after marrying Ludmilli Stubel, an opera slngef. MAKE PROGRESS III ML PLANS Everything to Develop as Per Program. The committee that has the arrange ments for the Memorial Day observ ance in charge is making' good pro gress. There have been no complica tions arise and it is expected every thing will develop according to pro gram. POOL EXHIBITION. Prof. J. Gerstel, of New York city, claiming to be the champion fancy pool and billiard player of the world, will give an exhibition at Simmons parlors this evening. He has a num ber of clipping: of matches in which he participated and telling of his skill. As a good eld pastor came down from the pulpit one Sunday morning the sexton said: "Tour prayer for rain was soon an swered, air. It's pouring. - , "Dear me, I hope net. muttered the pastor. ' "I canes away this . iaonhaf MFMOR CALL PETIT JURY IN CIRCUIT COURT Jurors Have Not Been Noti fied During Term. The sheriff has been instructed to summon the petit jury for Thursday The regular jury will be subject to call until the September term of court be gins. This is the first time their ser vices have been asked for. The jury is composed of: John A. Rodenberg, Clem D. Druley, Lincoln H. Jones, Ol iver J. Hatfield, Frank Sherry, Charles Anderson, Alonzo Worl, Abram Boyd, Elmer Kendall. Clem A. Gaar, Wil liam B. Dye and Richard Houseworth SETTLEMENT MADE. Judge Fox of the circuit court was informed this morning a settlement has been reached in the case of Pilling vs. Campfleld outside of court. The suit was brought on notes and ac count. POSTMASTER CALLED. Postmaster J. A. spekenhier was called to Indianapolis this morning on official business. He did not know the nature of the call, but he will meet postal inspector Fletcher' and it is probable that the business is in con nection with the federal grand pury. WANTED NO LAWYER. It Was a Simple Matter t Satisfy the Accused. "Jed Blake to the bar," ordered the Judge in a rural Alabama court A big, hulking negro ambled np to be arraigned for murder. " Jea, began the judge, "yon are charged with the gravest crime known to the law, that of taking the life of fellow man. One of the forms of pun lshment for murder is death. Have you made any arrangements for your defense in this case. Jed?" JcvBc A SIX UVIH UHUIUI . "Have you a lawyer, Jed?" "No, sub, jedge. 1 ain got no law yer. I ain got nuthin. jedge." "Well, Jed," said the judge, showing A little impatience, "have you talked to anybody about this case?" "I talked to de sheriff some dat night when he come after me, jedge, but you knows dat didn't do no good." "For your information, Jed, I will state that it is within the province of this court to appoint counsel to any defendant who has none. I am now ready to appoint you a lawyer. Do you want oner "No, jedge. I don't want nuthlnV replied Jed rather dolefully. "See here," snapped the judge, "I won't have any more of this foolish ness. You say you don't want any lawyer. Well, then, what do you in tend to do about this case?" "Well, I tells you, jedge, X ain' 'tendln' to do nuthin. Ef it's Jes de same to you. Jedge, as far as 1's con cerned t's willin to let do whole mat ter drap right here." Everybody!. "Why are you so sure the critics don't know what they are talking about?" "I waited five years to publish my book," answered the young author, "and then they sneered at me for 'rushing into print!' " Washington Star. JAKE STAHL MAKES GOOD WITH BOSTONS ,R jrrr1 of a very large number of Suit Models here and our almost endless variety of fabrics and patterns.. No .line of Clothes offers so great a variety as the goods which HART, SCHAFFNER & MARX have prepared for us and for you. This Is to be a very lively season in the matter of colors and weaves. You can be as gay or ae sober in your tastes as you please; and the gooda are all here to satisfy any preference you may have. H. S. & M. Suits $15 to $25 Other Makes $10 to $15 For the Men Manhattan Shirts, Arrow Collars quarter sixes, large assortment Paajmas, knee-length Underwear. Rosenbloom, CM0' vvj & ' MUSIC SCRAP BOOKS. A New Venture Per the Feminine Collectors' Talent The scrap book that heterogeneous collection of fugitive verse. Anecdote, hnmor or general information Id which for some reason we are Interested is always Satisfactory in the miking and. If af all intelligently put together, bound to be -of value later on. Let any one who doubts starts a scrap book instantly and find out the truth. But Of ill scrap books the one likely to prove most profitable for the young girl, particularly one who sings and plays, is the music scrap book, la which are treasured the vocal and Instru mental waifs that constantly appear in magazines and journals. These fugitive productions which In terest the young girl Include the ballad which just suits her young, fresh voice, the simple nocturnes or the fetching twOstep which even her not oreriimber fingers can render effec tively. The main difficulty procuring a proper sited and shaped book is Ob viated by cutting heavy packing- paper Into the right dimensions and tacking firmly together in the back. Two or even three such volumes are better than one very thick one for convenient handling on the piano rack. A sim ple decoration on the outer leaf or. till better, a decorated pasteboard cover gtvaa the desired artistic touch. A scrap book of this kind given as a valentine years ago to a sixteen-year-old lassie merits description. It Is made of the smooth, thick wrapping paper procurable at any big stationery store for S cents the huge sheet. It to decorated with a violin and bow, the former In the shape ef a heart In deference to 8L Valentine's day. on the outside, . The name of the re cipient and the date beautifully let tered appear just below. The book was CiUtte blank but fe the firetpegea. upon wtifc were neagj . patted, two cbAnntnx tWi itX. ti. . - In of Copyright 1968 by Hart Schaffner & Marx ! P of finest materials, possessing the utmost attractiveness, style and durability, warrants the absolute satisfaction which we guarantee $2.50 to $2.50 A Complete Line of Boys' Vosh Suits Buntin & Co., 524 a:ergi!e. vsnncn appeared in a series of twenty or more In the magazine section of a New York paper some five or tlx years ago. Since then the book baa been gradually filled by clippings from well known papers, an Ameri can magazine and two celebrated Ger man house maga sines. The aeries of Kerglse songs before mentioned is plentifully represented. Opening the book haphazard one finds the largo from Dvorak's "New World Sympho ny." a "Fanfare Militalre." by Golde; an "Air de Ballet, by De Koven; Ru binstein's "Du Blst WIe Eine Blume and Kergise's "Congo Bongo" and "When I'm a Han." Some of them are the best of their kind, many of them not easily obtained and all of them charming bits of melody secured at small cost and the effort of cutting out and pasting in. Our Neighbors. "We simply must move," eeid bis wife positively. "I can't stand this place any longer. "All right." replied her husband. "1 know a flat we can get that Is $5 cheaper than this one. "Well, I should say net. If we more Into that the neighbors would think WO couldn't afford to stay where we are." Detroit Free Press. Cxtenuating CireuflMtaiteee. Attendant (la botanical gardens sternly) Don't yen know it's against the rules to pluck flowers in beret XJttle Gtrl B-b-b-but. sir. I thought All that folks la glass bouses shouldn't do was to throw stone Soceess Ifaga 'sfae. r Cottage, like cowardice, is uadMbt effly coatagSeus, bat some person are hot liable ts catch Ifc O. D. Prentice. 1 make lanlaetts paint, ml a awaattty of ealdoai flalsfctta wttb j : ; Main Street V Great Britain clings to its owa nu merical system and regards a billion as a million timed a million. But America differs, a billtoa in the United -States being; only a thousand mill loss. This Is perhaps the only instance in which a thing- la bigger in the old country uu in iae new. um nas io go only a little way from Ka gland to Calais to And the billion lies said, for France dignifies a thousand mil lions with the name af billion. Ther are wasting a word la France In this connection, however. Inasmuch : as there Is already a word, milliard, to designate this number. Chicago Bo ord-Herald. It Surety Doss. Bacon The Ilea la a coward. It never comes up to the scratch. ; Egbert Well, It comes up to -the place where the scratch Is going to be. all right. Tonkers Stat leesing Cheap. . Ther was in elonement a abort time ago from a Bolton snburb, andt after a brief honeymoon the bride re turned to the parental roof. "And yon will giro a your bless Inr?" she asked. "Freely." replied the old man. "No trouble about the blessing: bat board and lodging- wiU be at regular ratea," Tit-Bit. fvina Him a Hint. - heart of yours again. Edith? Why, yea seem to have been doing; so for years. Bow do you sign your letters 1 Edlth-Oh. t always say, Tremalaover . your loving- Edith Jones." Papa Oh. Well, strike out that "I remain" and the "ever" and pat three scores under the "Joaes." It's time that young nun - ' - - A k. ..I.I . AN AMOWOOUJUt ', . ... SSoA MUM PALLAL.b J VsWf At J. PAY.-