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THE BIOHKOND PAXXtADITTM AJfl SUN-TELEGRAM, WEDNESDAY, MAY 25, 1910. PAGE FOUIt VOTIUG WAS LIGHT HUUDREDS AT BIG PRIMARY THE r Indianapolis Witnesses Pecu- Theodore Roosevelt Will See liar Election for Party That His Presence Is Candidates Yesterday. Greatly Desired, r CONSPIRACY IS CHARGED THERE ARE NO PARTY LINES D Kt EVERIDGE CLAN HAD REASON ALL CLASSES OF CITIZENS JOIN TO BELIEVE THAT IT WAS BE-1 IN THE REQUEST THAT THE I NO KNIFED RESULTS OF THE FORMER PRESIDENT PARTICI CONTESTS SURPRISING. PATE IN COUNTY CENTENNIAL. Indianapolis. Ind.. May 25. The vote There has been a general and hearty In the Indianapolis primaries yester- approval given by citizens of Rich day wa a sore disappointment "to the mond and Wayne county to the sug- advoritM of nrlmarv nominations, as geBtion that Theodore Roosevelt be hardlv more than tiO ner cent of the the guest of honor during the cele electors In either party participated, notwithstanding full county tickets and legislative tickets were to be nominat ed and there was a host of candidates in each party who have been making a canvass for weeks. Probably the greatest loss was from the factory vote which could not be Interested by either party, and from the colored vote which did not find republican candidates con fident enough to offer any special in ducement for their suffrage. Open charges that there was a con spiracy to put men opposed to Senator Beverldge on the legislative ticket caused his friends to work hard, and they are much pleased at having se lected eight men out of the many can didates who can be trusted to vote for Beverldge If they are elected in Novem- cept. ber. There was no evidence of a con spiracy against him during the day yet there were candidates for the legis lature In whom his friends did not think they could rely, and their efforts were directed to the selection of men whose loyalty is unquestioned Among the republicans the big fight was between John Weaver and Wm. D, Headrlck for prosecutor, and between the Keallng, Shank and Beverldge forces over the legislative tickets. bration of the centennial anniversary of Wayne county's organization next fall. The several petitions that have been in circulation for the last few days have been signed by hundreds of citi zens and the signers include all classes of citizens, without respect to political affiliations. Whatever the outcome of the plan to have the most distinguished ot Americans visit Richmond next fall. there is no Question that the invita tion coming from such a great num ber of the county's people will have the earnest and serious consideration of the former president and it is be lieved that he will make an effort to arrange his plans so that he may ac- REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS Oliver N. Long to Frank T. Long, tr. pt lots 13 and 14 Poe and Hittle add city. $1.00. Frank T. Long to Oliver N. Long, It was reported that the machine re- P&a lots 13 and 14, Poe and Hittle add sorted to many tricks to defeat Carl city. $1.00. Von Hake for treasurer, John Rauch for clerk and Joseph Turk for recorder. It Is believed all three of these candi dates will be nominated. Oliver N. Long to Henry Holzapfel pts lots 13 and 14 Poe and Hittle add city. $700. Chas. A. Parish to Edw Morel, lot Thomas Taggart came through as 51 Highland Terrace add to city. $1.00. pi usual with about all he went after, and the democratic legislative ticket and many of the nominees on the county ticket are of his making. The entire Taggart-Keach ticket for county offic ers did not go through, but the main fight was on the legislative ticket, and Taggart's men were chosen without ex ception. While the issue did not ap pear in either party it is known that the democrats if elected will vote to repeal the present county local option law, and the republicans if elected, will vote to sustain it. Captain William English, republican and Reginald Sullivan, democrat, were nominated for state senator. . Judges MlcMiafiters, Carter, Leathers, repub licans of the superior court, and Judge James Pritchard, republican of the the criminal court are nomlanted. Charles Hurst for clerk; Edward Sourbier for treasurer; Leo Fessler for auditor, and Fred Aiken for recorder, have been nomlanted by the republicans. The superior court this afternoon at Head rick's request Issued an order restrain ing the election commissioners from burning the ballots. Shakespeare's Irishman. ' 'An Englishman and an Irishman were having an argument on the sub Ject of Shakespeare. "I defy you," aid the former, "to find a single Irish character in the whole of his works. "Well, I can give you two, at all events," replied the Irishman "Miss O'Pbella and Corry O'Lanus." Be forgot Hamlet's Intimate friend, who stood beside him while he was contemplating his uncle In devotion, and observed. "How could 1 do it, Pat, while he is praying?" Springfield Re publican. Time Is The Test Edw Morel to Chas. A. Parish, lot 51 Highland Terrace add city. $1.00. Mary J. Stevens to William Stevens et al, lots 1, 2, and 4, M. J. Stevens add city. $1.00. Edwin C. Hadley et al to Eliza Wat son, pt lot 218 official may city. $300. John E. Fuson to Jacob E. Weiss pt lot 4 Hugh Moffltt add city. $WX. James E. Davis to Wm. A. Knoll et al pt lot 21 John Smltih add city. $2,000. Ella Murray to P. C. C. St. L. R. R. Co., pt n. e. qr. sec. 2t, twp. 16, range 12, Jackson twp. $500.00. John L. Boyd to P. C. C & St. L. R. R. Co., pt n. e. qr. sec. 26, twp 10, range 12, Jackson twp. $70. Rolando G. Swallow to P. C. C. & St L. R. R. Co., pt. n. e. qr. sec. 26, twp, 16.' range 12, Jackson twp. $500. Rolando G. Swallow to P. C. C. & St L. R. R. Co., pt. n. w. qr. sec. 28, and pt. n e. qr. sec. 20, twp 16, range 13, Jackson twp. $20. Alice Dearth to Ola Frazier, pt. 82 original plat Centerville. $800. Jacob W. Wilbur to Harriet B. Smith lot 4, Richmond Terrace. $109. Wm. H. McCain to Walter A. Grimes, lot 42 Benton Heights. $1,425. Wm. W. Benson to Frank E. Brit- tain, pt. s. e. frac. sec. 30, x twp. 18, range 14, New Garden twp.. $5,800. Chas. A. C. Howren to Mary A. Du bois, pt, s. e. qr. sec. 2t,-twp. 10, range 12, Jackson twp. $1,000. Dickinson Trust Co., tr. to John Hinds, lot 121 Earlham Heights add city. $175.00. THE UMPIHE. Old The Testimony of Richmond People 8tands the Test. The test of time is what tells the tale. The public soon finds out when misrepresentations are made, and merit, alone will stand the test of time. Richmond people appreciate merit, and many months ago local citizens publicly endorsed Doan's Kidney Pills; they do so still... Would a citi zen make the ' statement .which fol lows unless convinced that the article was Just as represented? A cure that lasts is the kind that every sufferer from kidney ills is looking for. Enoch Cromer, 309 N. Fourteenth St, Richmond. Ind., says: 'I have no need of Doan's Kidney Pills 6ince they cured me of kidney trouble in 1906. At that time I gave a statement for publication, recommending this rem edy and I do not wish to withdraw anything from that testimonial. Rail roading is very hard on the kidneys and my case was no exception to the rule, as I suffered from kidney com plaint for some time. . Tne passages of the kidney secretions were irregu lar and painful and I often felt dizzy and ' weak. Being advised to try Doan's Kidney Pills, I procured a box at A. G. Luken & Co.'s Drug Store and their use brought prompt relief. In a short time I was entirely free from kidney trouble and since then whenever I have heard anyone com plaining of backache. I have advised a trial of Doan's Kidney Pills. For sale by all dealers. Price 50 cents. Foster-Milburn Co.. Buffalo. New York, sole agents for the United States. Remember the name Doan's and take no other. Yeu Ever Hear th Fans Cheer Him For His Work? There is one unique phase connected with the life of the umpire which per haps has never occurred to most lov ers of baseball. You have often been to a theater and seen the hero or hero ineyes, even the villain win round after round of applause for some ex cellent bit of acting. lou nave been to a football game and heard some ball gladiator cheered to the echo for making a long run that resulted in a touchdown or for a fly ing tackle that prevented imminent defeat When some player is injured they convey their sympathy to him by cheering his name. You have been to a ball game and heard the fans cheer some crack pitcher because in a pinch he fanned some mighty batter. It's just the nat ural way oi tne American to snow aa miration and appreciation. Rack your brain, think your hard est, recall every game you have ever attended, then see if you can remem ber a time when the umpire drew ap plause for his work. Hare you ever heard the fans cheer the name of the umpire after he has work;d a fifteen inning game which fairly bristled with close and unusual plays and pot away without a kick? If you can recall such an incident, just dot it down in your notebook that you were present at very, very unusual happening. Do they cheer the umpire's name when he stops a foul tip with bis shin or has a swift shoot bounced off his mask? Yes. they do not. Any injury to the umpire usually gets a Yound of derisive laughter from the crowd Generally, if he has been going bad some leatner lunged Individual re quests that he be killed or chloroform ed. Of course there are many people in the stands who sympathize with the umpire. Their sympathy is usually silence. That isn't much balm to his injury or feelings. Applause would sound so strange to an umpire s ears that he would nroba Wy become so thoroughly frightened he would jump the back fence. Billy 1 Kill S I Ex Sale Begins THURSDAY MAY 26 TTIKC 1 Klaus: ill way ton fflhi Ibunfllldleips dlni m spurns wm Bargains real, bargains unapproachable. Necessity drives hard The need for quick clearanq This mighty stock reduction movement means to the economical savings of the most startling severity must be adopted to move this great stock of merchandise. Profits are sacrificed. Q be a wonderful saving. Nothing is so pleasant as the click of dollars saved. Buy liberally d J Menu's CflottMimg Pepairllinnieinitl sjj Men's suits, sizes 34 to 44, worth $6.50 at $4.89 Men's suits, sizes 34 to 44, worth $10.00 at $6.98 Men's fine suits worth $12 at.... $8.98 Men's suits, worth $15 at $9.98 Youths' suits, ages 14 to 20, worth $6.50 at $4.89 Youths' suits, ages 14 to 20, worth $7.50 at .$5.98 Youths' suits, ages 14 to 20, worth $10.00 at .....$7.98 Men's work pants, worth $1.25 at 89c Men's work pants, worth $1.50 at 98c Men's dress pants, worth $2 at.. $1.39 Men's fine dress pants, worth $2.50 at $1.89 Men's fine dress pants worth $3 at , .$2.48 Men's. Cravenett Coats, worth $10.00 at $6.98 Men's Cravenett Coats, worth $12.00 at ..$8.98 Boys knee pant suits, ages 3 to 5 years, sold at $1.98, $2.50 and $3.00, your choice 98c Boys' knee pant suits, ages 4 to S years $1.98 Boys' knee pant suits, ages 4 to 8 years ...$2.48 Boys' knee pant suits, ages 9 to 16 years . .$1.98 Boys' knee pant suits, ages 9 to 16 years $2.48 Boys knee pant suits, tiges 9 to 16 years .'. . . . .$2.98 Boys' knee pants, all sizes ... . . . 25c Boys' Kaki pants, all sizes worth ' 4 50c 39c Boys' knee pants, all sizes ...... 48c Boys' knee pants, all sizes at..,. 69c Men's Kaki pants, all sizes at..., .93c Men's hats worth $1.25 at - 89c Men's hats worth $1.50 at... V, 9So Men's hats worth $2.00 at ......$1.48 Boys' hats, new spring shapes at 98c Men's caps, extra value at ...... 25c Boys' caps, special at .......... 25c Meu's straw hats at price to close. Men's blue stripped overalls with bib at . 29c Men's work shirts all sizes, well made, at . . 39c Men's dress shirts, regular 50c grade at Men's fine dress shirts, all sizes at ....... Men's fine Madras shirts, worth 75c. with collar at ......... 38c Men's union suits, Poras Knit, worth $1.00 at . 50c Men's shirts and drawers, Poros -Knit, worth 50c at 38c Men's blue ribbed, gray mixed and Balbriggan shirts and drawers, all sizes at 22c 35c 45c Ladies' and children hats at about one half the price millin ers ask for them. Ladies' trimmed Hats, worth $3.50 at $1.98 Ladies' trimmed hats worth $5.00 at $2.98 Ladies' trimmed hats worth $7.50 at ...$3.98 Children's hats at special prices. : Everything in flowers at a big saving in price. May Manton pattern 10c. Best pattern sold. 11 jO rum am m h Carpet and Curtain Department Queensware and GraMHeiwe Iff jkm Stair carpet, 18 in. at .......... 11c Stair carpet, 22 in. worth 35c at. . 25c Rag carpet worth 35c, at 23c Granite carpet, new patterns at. . 24c Double faced Irish Brussels at.,. 24c Union carpet? your choice at 35c C. C. Cotton Chain carpet, all wool filling, at 48c Best all wool Ingrain, worth S5c at ................. ....... 8e Tapestry carpet, worth 85c at 68c Velvet carpet worth $1.25 at.... 89c Mill end linoleums at 39c 65c linoleums at 45c 30x63 Smyrna rugs at .......... 89c 20x63 velvet rugs at ...........$1.25 36x72 velvet rugs at $2.39 China matting at 1254c 35c China matting at 24c 35c Jap matting at 24c Panama Fiber matting worth 35 at .. .. 24c Crex rugs 9x12 at $7.25 Wool fiber rugs 9x12 at $9.98 Tapestry rugs 9x12 at ..........$7.98 Axminster rugs, worth $25.00 9x12 at ..........$19.48 Ingrain drugget 9x12 at ..$4.25 Swiss curtains worth 98c at..... 69c Swiss curtains worth $1.25 at 79c Lace curtains worth $1.50, at... 89c Lace curtains worth $2.00 at.... $1.39 Lace curtains worth $2.50 at... $1.48 Lace curtains worth $3.00 at.... $1.98 Odd lace curtains at halt price. 6 ft. window shade at .......... 22c 7 ft. window shade at . . 25c Wood flooring worth 65c at ..... 48c Fisher carpet sweepers at ......$1.98 Curtain stretchers at . . . . . . . . . . 69c Curtain poles, brass. ' oak and white at .i 10c Carpet beaters at . . 1 Cc Curtain Swiss at' 9c Curtain net Arabian color at.... 15c Fish net, white at 10c 1 00 Piece Dinner Sets, the latest decorations and the best pottery makes. $9.00 sets go at ....... r ZQ.U $10.00 sets go at , . . -$0.48 $12.00 sets go at $7-00 $13.00 sets go at $898 $15.00 sets go at -QQO $16X0 sets go at ............QQQ. All open stock patterns, such as Haviland China, Ger man China, Coal port China and Royal Doalton go at 20 per cent. . . 12 PIECE TOILET SETS. $4.00 set. go at $348 All graniteware, ' tinware, and all house furnishings go $5X0 sets go at $6.00 sets go at $7.50 sets go at --8440 ....... 54.00 .. . .-5040 Berry sets, 7 pieces, $1.00 values only 39c. All fancy pieces, such as cut glass, fancy vases, fancy salads, jardiniers, all go at a cut of 20 per cent. All fancy lamps in parlor, library and dining room go at 20 per cent. I lot of salads worth from 50 to 75c go at 34c. , I lot of fancy plates worth from 25 to 50c go at 19c. Wooden ware, willow ware at a liberal discount wans ia New York Tribune.