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THE RICHMOND PALLADIUM AND SUtf-TELEGRAM, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER & 1909.
PAGE EIGHT ItlDIAIIA RESULTS FAVOR DEMOCRATS In Majority of Municipal Elec tions the Republicans Were Defeated. QUITE HEAVY VOTE CAST Absolutely ll k StarfUfflf Sale 08 Cterisimas MbreMas That we have revolutionized the umbrella business and have aroused it from its long sleep is well known to every man, woman and child in all of Richmond and adjacent territory. Our manufacturer is a wizard. How he produced these goods at these prices is a mystery beyond our business comprehension. FIGHTS ENLIVEN THE MOST STRENUOUS C0NTE8T8 BUT NO TROOPS WERE? NEEDED TO COOL OFF THE HOT-HEADS. Indianapolis, Nov. 3. Authentic re turns received from scores of cities and towns throughout Indiana yester day where municipal elections were held show that the majority of the contests were won by the democrats. In many instances the tickets were evenly split and in several, city poli tice suffered a complete reversal, there being a reversal from the former es tablished majorities. Fights were especially bitter in Ft. Wayne, in Kokomo, in Terre Haute, Evansvllle, South Bend and in Muncie, while considerable interest was mani fest in Richmond, Vincennes, Craw fordsvllle, Oakland City and many other points. General Interest. Generally fair weather and an arous ed interest over local issues was the cause of a heavy vote being polled. Trouble, that was feared in several places, failed to materialize, and there were comparatively few arrests, and these mostly were for disturbances of minor character at the polls. In the new town of Gary, which at tracted state-wide attention on the eve of the election by predicted riot ing that prompted Governor Marshall to hold the militia in South Bend for instant action. But the troops were not needed and the election at the steel city was held qui etly, with only a few arrests. Rioting in "Terre Haute. Rioting and clashes were frequent in Terre Haute. Charges and counter charges of illegal voting were mads and fights in the vicinity of the vot ing places were frequent. Louis Ger hardt, democratic nominee for mayor, won by a substantial plurality. In Crawfordsvllle the republicans made almost a clean sweep of the ticket, though the mayoralty race was close, Capt. ML V. Wert winning by a small plurality. Ft. Wayne, which is normally democratic by 1,500, elected Jesse Grice, (Rep.), to the office of mayor by a plurality of 831. The re publicans also elected the police judge, city clerk and most of the councilmen. Warsaw went republican. In Peru the democrats made practically a clean sweep. Oakland City, which formerly was entirely democratic, went repub lican by an overwhelming majority. Wabash is democratic from head to foot of the ticket for the third time. Martinsville had a close contest, with the republicans leading slightly. At Evansvllle there were a number of ar rests, but on the whole the polling places were orderly. The republicans carried the ticket, electing Charles F. Heilman mayor. In Lafayette for the third time, the democrats carried the city. Easy to buy, easy to try, the best wholesome, appetizing breakfast Is Mrs. Austin's famous pancakes. IP mm, H jErrSS J f RAILWAY CONDUCTORS. : Th Many and Varied 'Duties They Have to Perform. As a conductor he will probably be gin in the freight service. His caboose will be a traveling office, and, more than that, it will carry all the gossip of the division up and down the line. It may be a homely little car. but it Is just as sure to be a homelike place. From its elevated outlook he may com mand a good view of the train away ahead to the engine, and he will be supposed to know all the while that the brakemen are attending to their duties, that the train is In good order, particularly that there are no hot boxes smoking away and in imminent danger of setting fire to the train and the valuable contents. There Is a deal of bookkeeping to be accomplished in that traveling office. The conductor wll receive the waybills of the cars of his train and tbelr contents, and he Is held responsible for their safe de liveries to their destination or the junc- readiness atl tlon points where they are to be de livered to other lines. When he comes to the passenger service there will be still more book keeping to confront him, and he will have to be a man of good mental at tainments to handle all the many, many varieties of local and through tickets, mileage books, passes and oth- MOSTLY DEMOCRATIC Majority of Republican Candi dates at New Paris Are Defeated. GLENN IS ELECTED MAYOR The result of the election at New Paris, Ohio, yesterday, was as follows: Mayor Timothy Glenn, (Dem.), 144; James Barnett, (Rep.), 95. Clerk B. L. McKee, (Dem.), 109; E. C. Mikesell, (Rep.), 131. Treasurer M. H. Pence, (Dem.), 126; Edward Young, Rep.), 112. Marshal Thomas Melody, (Dem), 143; S. B. Bish, (Rep.,) 97. Members of Council Thomas Doyle, (Dem.), fOO; William Colvin, (Rep.), 110; Harry Collins, (Dem.), 127; Charles King, (Rep.), 108; Thomas Muggivan, (Dem.), 98; William Mills, (Rep.), 119; M. O. Pennman, (Dem.), er forms of transportation contracts 111; Wilson Mills, (Rep.), 122; William that come to him. to detect the good j Wissman, luem.j, m, . from the bad. to throw out the conn-. (Rep.), 126; Charles LOT NO. 2, 01-48 Each LOT NO. 102.98 EACH Our manufacturer writes in order to prodcue this lot at the above price it was necessary for him to make up 30,000 umbrellas. Our allotment can now be seen in our west win dow. A Broad Assertion to Make This lot contains umbrellas with elaborate handles, worth up to $15.00 wholesale. Umbrellas for ladies' and gents, assorted Ivory, Gold, Silver, Horn, Pearl and Mission Handles. The cloth is a fine tape edge taffeta silk; each umbrella has a case and tassel to match. Your Choice $2.98, Saturday. 8 A. M. H. C. Hasemeier Co. This lot can also be seen in west window. They are all ladies' goods. The cloth is a fine tape edge gloria, with case and tassel to match. Assorted Gold. Horn and Mission handles. This is a $3.00 value. Your choice, $1.48, Saturday, 8 a. m. Special Notice Customers who do not have charge ac counts may have goods laid aside for later, de livery by paying one-fourth down. H. C. Hasemeier Co. SIRES AND SONS. 8lling Baked Potatoes. The baked potato merchant is a com paratively modern institution in the terfeits that are constantly being offer ed to him. He will have to carry quit, a money account for cash affairs, and he knows the mistakes will have to be paid for out of his own pocket. All that Is only a phase of his busi ness. He is responsible for the care and safe conduct of his train, equally responsible in the last respect with the engineer. He also receives and signs for the train orders, and he Is required to keep In mind every detail of the train's progress over the line. He will have his own assortment of questions to answer at every stage of the jour ney, and he will be expected to main tain the discipline of the railroad upon its trains. That may mean in the one Instance the ejectment of a passenger who refuses to pay his fare and still be must not Involve the road in any big damage snit or in another the sub jugation of some gang of drunken loaf ers. The real wonder of It Is that so many conductors come as near as they do to the Chesterfleldian standards. Edward Hungerford In Outing Maga zine. Waiting For the Children. An old woman hobbled up to the con ductor of the train and said excitedly: "Vondt you to pleece holdt on yet, Meester Gonduckitor, vile my two C. Richie, Wessler, (Rep.), 100. Assessor A. C. Marshall, (Dem.), 10B; George Pennman, (Rep.), 124. Trustee-Oliver Hill, (Dem.), 132; William Baker, (Rep.), 94; George Gep hart, (Dem.), 103; J. H. Hawley, (Rep.), 105; George Miller, (Dem.), 108; C. P. Jones, (Rep.), 111. Township Clerk C. Li. McKee, (Dem.), 107; E. C. Mikesell, (Rep.), 126. Township Treasurer M. H. Pence, (Dem.), 118; S. Young, (Rep.), 111. Constable T. A. Swear, (Dem.), 102; S. F. Bish, (Rep.), 125; Samuel Kess ler, (Rep.), 105. BAD BLOOD. Is the cause of nine tenths of the ills which the human body is afflicted. The symptoms of which range from the dreaded contagious blood poison to the minutest eruption on the skin. They include rheumatism, catarrh, scrofula, eczema, erysipelas, pimples, boils, ulcers, running sores, inflamed eyes, and enlarged glands down to sick headache and a muddy or sallow complexion. The prescription of Dr. Simpson, (the noted blood Specialist of Richmond, Ind.) known as Dr. A. B. Simpson's Vegetable Compound, is the most powerful alterative, or blood pur ifier, ever known. Its reputation was firmly established a few years ago, by curing apparently hopeless cases, was certified by county and city officials, and widely noted by the press; since sxandtkinder comes by the drain? I runs off midouit dem undt dey is gom- London streets, the first potato can , tog so vast dey can, yes." havlne made Its appearance, according ' The conductor looked impatiently at to Henry May hew. about the year bis watch', then at the woman's pa- which thousands have been relieved 1846. Fifteen years later, when May- thetlc face. Then ne consented to , by its use. hew published his "London Labor and wait a little, as the train was on time. Good blood invariably means vigor- the London Poor," he estimated that Five minutes later two blue eyed. ! ous health, and appetite, good diges- there were 200 hot potato venders In chubby cheeked children came on the tion, strength, and a clear, healthful London, each selling on an average 300 run, rushed up to their grandmother, complexion. This is assured to all halfpenny potatoes a day. "In cold kissed her. helped her on the train wno try this remedy; its remedial ef- weather," adds Mayhew. "the potatoes with her birdcage and basket and then fects are apparent with the first few frequently are bought to warm the hurried away. doses. hands. Indeed, an eminent divine What the conductor thought Is none j Dr. Simpson's Vegetable Compound classed them in a public speech among of a refined person's business. Chica- j is pureiy vegetable, and is harmless in. oet or moaern improvements as so aew&. forming an excellent medium for dif- j fusing warmth into the system by be-! Buckwheat cakes made from Wal- Herbert Henry Asquith, prime min ister of England, was born in York shire in 1852 and was a prize scholar at Oxford university. Alfred H. Booth of Worcester. Mass.. Ims been organist at St. Matthew's cbwch for thirty years and In that time has missed bat one service. Speaking In Toronto recently. Dr. Wilfred T. Grenfell. the Labrador physician-missionary, outlined his proj ect of erecting in St John's, N. F a home for seamen and fishermen. Henry Savage Landor. the English explorer, who will soon make an at tempt to reach the south pole. Is of the opinion that Lieutenant ShackJe ton failed through having a cumber some and unnecessarily large expedi tion. It is estimated that General Luis Terrazas, tb. richest man in Mexico, has not leu than $200,000,000. His property holdings are located chiefly In the state of Chihuahua, but he also has large investments in other parts of the republic. He is the greatest land and live stoek baron tn the world, it is said. Judge Robert Scott Lovett. who suc ceeds the late E. B. Harriman, was a plow boy before he entered the rail road service. He was born in 1859 near Shepherd. Tex., worked on the farm, then in a neighboring store and at last for the Houston East and West as local agent Once in the railroad business and admitted to the bar his advance was rapid. The Duke of the Abrazzl is thirty six years of age, and he has broken all climbing records by his ascent of Bride peak, in the Himalayas. 24.600 feet high and the highest mountain climb ever recorded. He was the first man to ascend Mount Ruwenzort. on the border of Leganda and tbe Kongo Free State, while his arctic feats are among tbe most notable of tbe day. MEW cm OMR G. IVDELAN Feed and Seed Store Phone 1(79 S3 SraGi Sixth St PALLADIUM WANT ADS PAY. STAG HEAD RYE $1.00 1 Quart Tbe best by lest Exclusive agents Wsldorf Wine sod Liqnor C. 16 N. 9th St. PhoS 1t7a EAT- QUAKER READ Ask your grocer ZWICGLER'G PALLADIUM WANT ADS PAY. The high price of wheat has caused the British farmer to alter greatly the layout of his yearly crops. In the last year the acreage under wheat in Eng land increased no less than 12 per cent, or nearly 200,000 acres. lug held In the gloTed band. London ter's Buckwheat Flour have the good as it is effective. It is put up in con venient form at one dollar per bottle and is sold at all drug stores. Chronicle. Giving Him Her Trade. There was a new clerk at the corner drug store. "Will you please let me have a stamp?" smiled the woman. old fashioned flavor, your grocer. Order from Revised Upward. One. evening at family prayers tbe head of the house read that chapter which concludes with, "And the wife see that she reverence her husband." After tbe exercises bad closed and tbe The automobile demand in Mexico ' is shown to be on a steady increase. IThat the tninh Bvstom iao nmvaA a The clerk laid one on tbe counter ! success is shown by the fact that a ?Udrn hfld gon to ' mnA tnnlr th mnn 'nnmhnr of new tsntioahs fnr Mpt orK sl uc W .au "I wish. said she, "that you would City are now envoyage, and it is the weigh this letter. Maybe it takes more intention of the company operating than 2 cents." He weighed it j them there to increase the number un- - "Only 2 cents, madam." he said, til thev will form a formidable com- I Then, taking tbe stamp np from the 'petition with the blueband coaches. counter where she bad left it lying. he added politely. "Allow me to put it on for you." and he did. 'Ton are so nice, said she. "that I'm Receipts from Suex canal shipping in the first nine months of the year going to begin to hny my postcards amounted to $17,758,000, against $16. here too. Ner v--- Press. 020,000 in VMS, and $17,26S.00O in 1907 At Last A Rice Food that Melts in Your Mouth THIS new ric food Is ao different, so delicious, so delicate In flavor, so satisfy ing that yon eat it lor pore enjoyment and forget its health-promoting- properties, till they skoat results In new enern . fine spirits, good digestion. Your family wll all share your delight In Kellogg's Toasted Rice Flakes Dainty crisps of rice, the choicest of grains-rolled into tir trans parent films then toasted just right to bring out their true, delicious, nut-like flavor. Rice is the world's greatest food the most digestible. Toasted Rice Flakes are no tax upon the weakest stomach or kidneys. Another New Food Toasted Rice Biscuit Served alone, or with cream or fruit, they bring a new joy to the palate. These are the latest products of the great food laboratories affiliated with Tbe Battle Creek Sanitarium, where they are constantly prescribed and used. Ckanzt tixiay to this sew, delicious food. Thm KU Toasted Rice Flake Biscuit Co, - - - n, i... meaningly at his wife. "Let us see what the Revised Ver sion says on that subject" said sbe. "I will follow the new teaching, if yon please." The Revised Version was produced, and her chagrin may be imagined as the head Impressively read. "And let the wife see that she fear her hus band." . She Meant Professionally. As tbe young man caressed the cheek of bis ladylove she drew away hastily. "I think." sbe said indignantly, "you bad better see father first." "Why, what do you mean?" asked the perplexed lover. "Father." sbe replied as sbe nursed her cheek, "is a barber." Success Mag azine. Helped Them Along. . "Have you given proper attention to your children's teeth T asked the health department circular. "I've always provided plenty of good food for 'em to chew on." the fond parent inscribed on the bottom of tbe paper and mailed It back, Philadel phia. Ledger. NOTICE TO BIDDERS. Proposals for supplies for the use of the Eastern Indiana Hospital for the Insane for the month of December, will be received by the board of trus tees" at the hospital before 3 p. m., Monday, November 8, 1909. Specifi cations may be seen at the Second Na tional bank, or at the Hospital. By order of the board. 2&3 S. E. SMITH Med. Supt. Lost Yellow and white Shepherd dog, female, five months old, answers to name of Tutes: reward if returned to Clem Gaar. 2-3t Time For Hardy Shrubs Fred H. Lemon & Co. Florists and Decorators. aim oirwciTE This is a pretty broad statement but a call at our office will conrince you of the truth of our statements, we are not disparacina; other concerns in this line bat we know that the Tiae, Tboaght sad AtteiSsa we have givei OUR SYSTEM must produce better methods and ac commodations for the borrowing public than the ordinary, old style plan of loaning money. INDIANA LOAN CO. PHONE 1341. ROOM 4a 3rd Floor Colonial Bldg RICHMOND. nn PALLADIUM WANT ADS PAY. ft 2 Automatic Phones 118-1139 eZTZT HIVE GROCERY 2 Automatic Phones 11SS-US SIP10L . Fancy Northern Spy Apples Only Genuine Home-made Sorghum Molasses, Extra fine. Pure. Sweet Cider made as ordered. Backmeyer Kraut. Pure Buckwheat, Pure Maple Syrup, Pure Olive Oil, New Raisins, New Figs, New Dates, New Cod Fish, New Nuts in the shell and shelled. Genuine DEE DIVE COFFEE I W V nsN5 n Vs Foster Shoes For Careful Dressers The woman who wears Foster shoes has all the pleasure which comes from a knowledge of being correctly shod. All the enjoyment which comes from wearing dainty, trim, snug-fitting, stylish shoes. Alt the satisfaction which is usually supposed to be found only in a custom made shoe. Exclusive shapes, superior leathers, unequalled workmanship. These are Foster points. Carried in Gun Metals, Vicis and Patents, some in Button, some in Lace. A style and a shape for every taste. A fit for every foot. SELLING FOR SSjOO. CHARLES He FELTMAN TWO STORES 724 Main 807 Main The Searcfelisfat Utility Retain Flse Fltr Cecitr The Searchlight Utility has a capacity of 1,133 cu bic inches in hot air circulating flue or 243 cubic inch es more than the so-called base burner. The Searchlight Utility Return Flue Floor Heater fire pot is completely exposed, presenting a solid ra diating surface. Not a particle of heat is lost or thrown where it would be of no benefit, as in the case of "housed in fire pots" and base burners. Don't fail to see this stove in operation at our store &. BROWN TDne Resul WMimeir A man suffering from foot troubles read about our Tramp Last Shoes and yesterday he came twenty miles to buy a pair. When we had fit his feet in the size he required he said, I have bought shoes in small towns and large cities, but I have never worn old shoes that felt as good as these new ones. Where all other cures and all other shoes have failed, Feltman Tramp Last Shoes are curing and preventing foot troubles. Men travel many miles to get these shoes for they have no equals anywhere. s THEY SELL AT $20 AND $4.00. Quarles H. Felftmsiim Two Stores 724 Main St. 37 Main Si. i -I ! I. Wcmt Grata t t f Qu : Servant (who has been sent to chas tise a stray cat for stalking chickens) I couldn't catch 'im mum for tbe 1 nearer I got to 1m the farther 'e got way- Punch.