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THE RICHMOND PAIXADIU3I AND SUN-TEIiEGRAM, FRIDAY, APRIL 8, 1910. ..' is Sta-Telecracr Publish and own by th , 'PALLADIUM PR1NTINQ CO. tfftvcd f days tcb week. evening and Sunday mornln. Office Corner North Ith and A strata. Horn Phon 1121. ; RICHMOND, INDIANA. Balh O. Ut4i... ........... Cfcaile M. Mrsn...MaasK B4IC CH Bernhardt Associate Baiter W. R. rMdiltt Nwi E4ltor. SUBSCRIPTION TERMS. In Richmond $8.00 per year (In ad ' vance) or 10c per week. MAIL SUBSCRIPTIONS. On year, in advano ............ IJ 2? Six month, In advance J One inoatn. In advance .......... .40 RURAL ROUTES. On year. In advance ? ?2 Fix month. In advance 1J iOui montb. In advance Address chana-e4 as cften aa desired: both new and old addresses must be given. Subscriber will ' pleas remit with order, which should b grlven for a lcfftil trm; name will not be enter ed until payment Is received. Entered at nichnord. Indiana. post office mm nsc-Td ctas mall matter. ' Th Association of American r AWtiaar (Nw York Gty) ha L examined and etrtilled to the circulation J of tali publication, only tas nmre os 4 r sirauatioa eontalned in Its roort an L gniraatMA by to AMocianon. tNc. W ' J Urns Gathered in From Far and Near Th Planked 8had. From the Baltimore Sun. Spring is with us at last, at last! fair young spring with the talcum on her none and the daisies in her hair. Her motif sounds bravely in the or chestraa long trill for flute, with the fiddles breaking in near the end and she cavorts gayly upon the - stage, laughing the eternal laugh of nonage. There Is a balmy smack to the atmos phere; the price of eggs has tumbled; policemen lay aside their cardigan waistcoats; bock beer signs enchant the plain people; hoboes and poets take to the road; the planked shad en joys its vernal renaissance, Of all the superb victuals, which, by their great variety and . unique collocation, make Maryland the Eden and Arcadia of ev ery man who loves good eating, the planked shad Is probably the most powerful and poignant in its appeal to the senses. The wild Huck, though it sets the palate to vibrating like an Aeolian harp, has no thrill for the eye. It is a small and unlovely bird of a dull color and ungraceful outline. So, too, the diamond-back terrapin. It has no more beauty in death than a plate of soup. And certain other exquisite delicatessen, for all their sweetness, do not sooth the sense of smell. Of such are the raw oyster, the boiled hard crab and the Magothy river cab bage. But the planked shad ah, here we come to a delicacy which en chants us alike through the eyes, the palate and the nose! As it comes up on the table it has the imperial digni ty of a Charlemagne. Its noble head moves one to reverence, the epicycloid curve of its tail is like the curl of a great comber upon a coral beach.: And it radiates a perfume as of Araby. The Hereditary Right. From the New York Globe. . Not since the time of Cromwell and - the commonwealth has anything more . dramatic occurred in English parlia mentary history than occurred when the peers by an overwhelming major ity of those who participated in the division and hence it may be said by the implied consent of all of them, whether present or absent declared "acceptance of the principle that pos session of a peerage should no longer I of itself give the right to sit and vote - 1.. ik. 1 . 1 1 , A L - iu tue oQiwe vi iuius iu ue a neces sary preliminary to such reform and reorganization of the upper chamber as the British constitution demands. For by that act the peers themselves set in motion the machinery which 4 will deprive them of a right enjoyed '. and exercised from a time which in the technical phraseology of the com mon law would be called an immemor ial. On Advantage. From the Pittsburg Gazette-Times. Still, the husband of a suffragette has one consolation: she Isn't ever at home long enough to have a spring bou8ecleaning. v TWINKLES (By Philander Johnson.) The Servant Problem. . ."How about that new servant? said 'Mr. Crosslots. "Going to quit, replied his wire. "She says We haven't the conveniences she's accustomed to in a household." "Why,, we JaSt put In a silver-plated gas range and a marble sink." "Yes. But she Bays she'll have to have a grand piano instead of an up right The Feathered Marauder. "So you are making a garden?" "Yes," said the suburbanite. "What do you expect to raise?" , "Chicken feed for the neighbors. "Maybe the chantlcler craze will solve the bat pin problem,", said the hopeful man. r , "In what way?" ' "To be consistent, ornamental spurs ihould be used. ( Proved.. : How cab you prove that tb ulti- THE FOURTH. The movement to have a better celebration on the Fourth took shape In an ordinance introduced In the last session of council. Two ideas came out in the discussion which are apparently hostile on the face of them, but which are both right The ordinance introduced by Mr. Bartel doeB credit to himself and his fellow fireworks dealers, as it seeks to do away with the dangerous forms of fireworks and explosives. In discussing the ordinance, the Mayor brought out the idea that the rights of the small boy to enjoy himself ought 'to be considered.'- ..'.-..';'' There Is a whole month in. which this ordinance Is to be considered, and during this time it is to be hoped that these ideas will be reconciled. Both are right (up to a certain obvious point.) When this paper commenced talking over the Fourth of July celebra tion the first thing that we put forward was that the small boy should have a good time and that without danger too much danger to himself and his small sister. As far as the ordinance la concerned that matter will straighten itself out. The other end of it can not be settled by legislation that has to come from the good spirit of the town. As this is all a matter of giving the kid a square deal both as to his life and limb, and his own pleasure, we hope that this will not degenerate into a highbrowed discussion and end by a relapse into a comatose inactivity which used to mark Richmond. There is a human appeal which ought to be answered with human instincts. THE PRESIDENT'S VISIT. Whether Mr. Taft will visit Indianapoli3 In May or not, is still unde cided. There is only one thing which can do more to mar his visit than any other. That is by not making up his mind speedily. Hl3 case is strangely parallel to all other invitations and acceptances, inasmuch as most hostesses like prompt responses and even go so far as to append R. S. V. P. to invitations. This much seems to be true: The whole state of Indiana will be glad to have the President for her guest and will treat the visit as non-political if the chief executive wishes himself regarded as president first and politician afterward. If It is to be regarded as a political visitation that is another matter, and will be treated as such by each variety of politician of which there are many. We have not the presidential ear, but if we had, we would assure him of the respect for his high office and warn him of the danger of allowing himself to be handled by political hucksters for their own ends, when he might have the sincere welcome of a whole state. mate consumer Is a myth?" asked one statesman. "Easily," replied the other. "The gods on high Olympus indulged in ban quets, showing that a myth is an ulti mate consumer; therefore the ulti mate consumer must be a myth; Q. E. D." Ever Thus. 'Twas ever thus from childhood's hour, I ne'er prepared to oft devour Some dish particularly nice But what the restaurant raised the price. A Generous Plea. A modest scribe to a meeting went i Where the suffragettes were en gaged in speech; They viewed him with studied discon tent As a creature whom reason ne'er t could reach. They pointed him out with a scornful air . t , As he humbly sat In the rearmost row, When one of them gently said, "For bear! He's somebody's husband, girls, you know! "Ho is merely a man, but a woman's heart Beats for him fondly day by day; Though in life he may play but a fu tile part, ' She cherishes him. That is wom an's way. So do not be hasty or unkind, Your feelings of just contempt to show. With all of his failings, bear this in mind ; He's somebody's husband, girls, you know!" H Got Off Easy. An elderly darky In Georgia was charged with the theft of some chick ens. The negro had the misfortune to be defended by a young and inexpe rienced attorney, although it is doubt ful whether any one could have se cured bis acquittal, the commission of the crime having been proved beyond all doubt The darky' received a pretty severe sentence. "Thank you, sab," said he cheerfully, addressing the Judge when the sentence had been announced. "Dat's mighty hard. sab. but it ain't anywhere near what I 'spected. I thought, sah, dat between my charac ter and dat speech of mab lawyer dat Tou'd hansr me shore!" "Howl..... ..... ....t.-" exclaimed tie u mazed traveler, guiug over the hems of food anil drink on his bill. "You bare me charged with a bundle of hay" "Quite right, quite right." responded the Jolly German landlord readily. "You complained last night of the mooing of a cow in the adjoining sta ble, and I gave ber a bundle of hay to quiet her." Scrlbner's Magazine. IFiroo aiiiiiib When a person finds himself suffer ing from chronic indigestion, there is just one of two things- to do : Discon tinue the use of food almost entirely or obtain something that will digest the food for you until your stomach muscles are in working order again. It Is possible to obtain a remedy that Will digest food even when the stomach can't, and we can obtain the word of "any , re putable people to prove It. Since Indigestion Is usually complicated with constipation and liver trouble It Is necessary to get a remedy that has laxative as well ns digestive properties, and which at the same time contain Ingredients that will tone and strengthen the stomach and bowel muscles. Such a, remedy, according to the testimony of people for a quarter of a century. Is pr. Caldwell's 8yrfp Pepsin, which can be obtained of druggist at fifty rents or on dollar a bottle, as it comes in both sites. But if yon are one who has never used this grand remedy, and you would like to make a test of it before buying of your druggist, then send your name and address to Dr. Caldwell and he will gladly send mu a free sample bottle for trial. In this Heart to Heart Talks. By EDWIN A. NYE. Copy.ixht, 1908, by Edwin A. Nye lift Miw .'at. jwuub. Judge LIudsey of Denver, friend of boys, founder of the juvenile court tells a story that touches the heartstrings. It ii about a.boy named Tim. aged thirteen, who would run away from school. Though many times admonished by the judge and arrested for truancy again and again, the teacher continued to write to the judge: "Tim will stay out of school to Work." In one of his lectures Llndsey Im pressed upon the boy the need of edu cation and told him there would be plenty of time for work when be got to be a man. "My father was a man." responded Tim. "and he did not work. He went off and left me and my mother, and I guess that was what killed her." Finally one day Tim appeared In court with a happy face. Waiting un til the session was- over, be asked the judge for a private interview. After Lindsey had taken the boy Into his private chambers Tim pulled a paper out of his pocket and gave it to the Jodge. Said the boy: "Now. judge, I'm going to be in school regular. You need -not lecture me any more. I've got that done." Lindsey looked at the paper. It was a receipted bill for $30 from a Denver monument firm for a headstone. The judge understood. He said. "My boy; is that what you have been doing all these months?"-. "1 wanted to have a monument to mother's grave, judse." said the poor orphaned kid. wipinjf his eyes with the sleeve of his ragged coat "You see. judge, she done a lot for me. That's all I cau do for her now." Surely Garfield bad the right feeling when he said be wanted to lift his hat to every unieunpt iirchin he met' on. the street because of the wonderful possibilities that might lie under the boy's ragged jacket. Even Llndsey. who knows boys as few know them, may never quite un derstand the motive that led this little fellow to risk the displeasure of his best friend, the judge, and submit to be misunderstood In order to hold to his affectionate purpose. But boys" ways are not our ways, and few there be. like Llndsey, who are ever permitted a glimpse Into tbeii real hearts. And there la a lot of good In the "bad bey." Friday, April 8, King Solomon's Chapter, No. 4, P. A. M. Stated meet lag- IgGsfe way thousands of people have been brought to use It. You cannot obtain a better or more reliable remedy for general family use as it Is very curative In constipation of the most stubborn kind. In indiges tion, liver trouble, sour stomach, siclt headache and other troubles caused by disorders of the stomach, liver or bow els. : Thousands of families like that of Mr. 'Frank Connor of 108 State street. Madison. Wis., and Mrs. Virginia. Cuu ningham of Weir. Miss., no longer use the ordinary "dyspepsia cures" for in digestion, nor cathartic pills or salts for constipation, but they get Dr. Cald well's Syrup Pepsin, which is truer and more genuine, milder and more pleas ant and yet thoroughly effective. Try it and see the good results you will obtain. Dr. Caldwell personalty will, be pleased to give you any medical advice you may desire for yourself or family pertaining to the stomach, liver or bowels absolutely free of charge. Ex plain your case in a letter and he will reply to you In detail. For the free sample simply send your name and ad dress on a postal card or otherwise. For either request the doctor's address W Dr. W. B. Caldwell. R-504 Caldwell building, MonUceUo. IU. si rm mm mm Indiana Press on Rep. Convention SOME BOUQUETS-SOME BRICKS Insurrection In the Air. ' New Castle Courier (Rep.) It is in the air. Everywhere you hear It that the opportunity has come for the people to rule, and while they are good-naturedly permitting the bosses to plan and arrange, down deep in their minds the conviction Is fixed, and. in Indiana, they look to Beverldge. able, honest and fearless, as a leader worthy of confidence. Vigorous and Consistent. Xoblesville Ledger (Rep.) The "paramount issue" being the election of a United States senator and Senator Beveridge being the only candidate thus far announced, it has been conceded to the senator the right to the organization and the shap ing of the platform and policies. Old line politicians stepped aside and gave the senator the "right-of-way." And right well has he played his part as master of the field. The convention was Beverldge in every particular. His Keynote speech was brilliantly "insurgent." In this he was consis tent with his vote and fight on the tariff bill passed last year. There was no mincing of words on this question. He burned the bridges be hind him and left the "standpatters" on the other side. Great Whits Light Muncie Press (Ind.) The republican party in Indiana has seen a great white light shining; it has seen tiie parting of the ways, one of which leads to the protection of the classes and the other to the protec tion of the masses. -A man can not ride two horses that are traveling in opposite directions, and no more can the republican party continue to fol low the lead of such men as Aldrich and Joe Cannon, and still expect to retain the confidence of the rank and file of voters. The republicans of In diana, under guidance of Senator Bev eridge, showed conclusively by their action that they now fully realize this and that they are in the fight to stay until the right triumphs, as, in due time, it always does triumph. Indiana Has 8poken. South Bend Tribune (Rep.) From start to finish the platform is emphatically progressive, probably more so than was generally expected. If the country was waiting to hear from Indiana, and the reports so indi cate, it has heard, and in no uncer tain terms. Not an Appealing Record. Ft. Wayne Journal-Gazette (Dem.) Whether considered from the stand point of its tariff declarations, its In dorsement of Beveridge an dthat gen tleman's own speech, or its cowardly repudiation of its issue of two years ago, the republican convention of 1910 can scarcely be said to have made a record that will appeal to people who love straightforward, outright declara tions of principles. Taft Must Keep Hands Off. South Bend News (Ind.) If President Taft will keep his hands off the tariff fight as he did in Indiana it will save him a lot of trouble and enable the two warring factions of the party to get closer to gether by fighting it out among them selves and settling their differences through a survival of the fittest. Pretty Bitter Dose. Newport Hoosier State (Rep.) The editor of the Hoosier State Is a republican because he believes in a protective tariff and because he be lieves the republican party can run this great government of ours "better than the democratic party. It is a pretty salty dose to have to surrend er our party principles for years and give way to populism and Bryanism. "Sink or swim, survive or perish," the For Griope nr nv:c Neuralgia Headache Ur.UaVIS 25 Cents ANTI - HEADACHE You can obtain prompt relief from Backache and Kidney Disorders with a 50c Box of DAVIS KID-NE-TABS. Druggists or Fred C. Keeling, Chica go, III. ;.:'; Tennis Kindred Athletic Sports -X X republican party in state convention assembled, should have stood by its colors. Local Option Blunder. Attica Ledger (Rep.) We believe that the prevailing sen timent of the voters of the state, and especially of the republican party, will be that a tactical mistake was made by the republican state convention when it so manipulated matters that in the platform no reference was made to the local option law. Did Difficult Work Well. Winchester Herald (Rep.) It is no easy matter to frame a plat form that will satisfy everybody and it is not our purpose or intention to criticise or find fault with this one. Senator Beveridge seems to have been in control and he should have been, in view of the fact that he has more at stake than any one else. His speech before the convention was a most able effort. He fearlessly out lined the policy that he would have his party indorse. Use the celebrated GOLD COIN FLOUR. Ask your grocer. COTTON SEED FLOUR San Antonio, Texas, April 8. In or der to bring before the general public the merit of cotton seed flour as a food, a banquet to be given by the Texas Cotton Seed Crushers' Associa tion during their convention In this city to be held in a few days, will al most entirely consist of dishes made from that commodity. The association recently sent 1,000 pounds of this flour to the king of England, and Alfonso of Spain, who are said to be greatly in terested in this new product Cotton seed flour is nothing more than a high grade cotton meal best known hitherto as a very fine feed for milk cattle. Only high grade seed is used in its manufacture and the only process it goes through is a finer mill ing and bolting. Those who have eat en bread and pastry made from it claim that cotton flour products are more easily digested than those made from ordinary flour and that they have a higher nutritive value. Mixed with cereal flour it will produce the very best grade of bread and pastry without shortening in the form of lard having to be added. Although in its natural state cotton seed flour is saturated with oil there is little oil in the flour when prepared for human consumption resembling both In color and touch the product of wheat Cotton flour will be very cheap and for this reason it has engaged the at tention of food experts and econo mists in this country and abroad. The East End Aid Society of the Christian church will hold a market in Allen's Furniture Store Saturday. TIME, LABOR AND WOR RY SAVERS FOR SPRING HOUSECLEANING ..... There is something here you will want if you wish to get House Cleaning over with before July. Every article we sell Is perfect and new, and the best of Its kind ever produced. A few things: Ammonia, full pints 10c; Wall Paper Cleaner 10c, 3 for 25c; Glue for sizing or making paste sticky, 15c lb.; Frost's Flexible Mixed Paints brighten up the best by test, pint 15c, pints 25c, quarts 45c. Jap-a-Lac, a natural wood finish for furniture and floors. Stands every abuse. pint 25c, pints 40c, quarts, 75c. Furniture Varnishes, cans 15c and 25c. Brushes for paints, varnish, paste and whitewash. QUIGLEY DRUG STORES 4th and Main 8th and N. E. Will test the qnslity of trousers bat our line of the faeces "Stea" Trousers is guaranteed not to rip if a pair does, bring 'ea here and well "nake coed." Flannels, plain cd fig ured, at $3 up. Regu lar line Ucion-cade at $1 to $7. Clothier end Fcn!:2r THREE VVERE UABBED As Result of Indictments Re turned by the Preble County Grand Jury. ONE MAN ARRESTED HERE (Palladium Special) Eaton, O.. April S.The result of three bills returned Tuesday by the grand jury for the April term of the common pleaa court, a corresponding number of persona were arrested Wed nesday by Sheriff W. S. Boner, Mrs. Frances Davis Nation, of Eaton. accused of conducting a house of ill- fame, was apprehended, but was releas ed on a bond of $300 signed by Joseph W. Acton. She will be arraigned Monday morning in the common pleas court Ray Robbins, on the charge of fail ing to provide for his little daughter, Treva. was arrested in Richmond by Sheriff W. S. Boner. He consented to return to Eaton without requisition pa pers, and was landed in the county jail Wednesday afternoon. He formerly lived at New Paris with his family, but for a time has been employed in Rich mond. On the charge of failing to provide for a daughter, Daniel Gard of Eaton, was arrested and placed In the jail. Gard now has suit in the common pleas court for divorce from Llllie Gard. In his petition he claims that the fifth and last child born to his wife is the result of the adulterous state in which his wife lived with his brother. William Gard. Prejudice. Prejudice corrupts the taste, as It perverts the judgment in all the con cerns of life. Racine. GOLD COIN Flour The Standard of Excelence. Ask your Grocer. CARD OF THANKS. We desire to express our heartfelt thanks to our neighbors and friends for the sympathy and kindness shown us in the sad bereavement in the loss of oar dearly beloved child, Robert Logan Wilson. We wish to thank Rev. II. Smith for his kind words of con dolence. We "wish to thank the em ployes of Easthaven and neighbors for the beautiful floral offerings. The Bereaved Family. Turtle Soup Saturday all day at Ed. Muey's, 20 S. 6th St. 7-2t Fotch & Bradfield will race tonight at Coliseum, 9 o'clock. 8-2t CIIRIIRDAM UntlC We have for sale a choice of ) Suburban property. O WM. H. BRADBURY V SON, e Rooms 13 Westcott Block. 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