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THE RICHMOND PALLADIUM A3TD SUX-TELEGR AM, FRIDAY, JULY 22, 1910. Tto McL-nond Palla aicm tzi Sa-Telegrara PuMUh4 sad oWnM br tha PALLADIUM PIUNTINO Oa Im4 T days Meh wack. avanlnca and Sunday mgrnlnr. Offlca Corner North ttn and A strs. Hon . Phone till. RICHMOND, INDIANA. Haaele O. Ut4l BSItar tflM JnH.t.n.oBlllMH Cart Barahartft Amm(iU Edltar W. R. hiMiltM Xtwi KStiar. BUBBCniPTION TEHMS. In Richmond IS. 00 pr ar (In ad. vanca) or lOo par weak. MAIL. SUBSCRIPTIONS.' Ofia yaar. In advance 152 If month. In arivanc .......... " Ot moath. In advance RURAL ROUTES. On yar, In advanra IJ Mis month. In advance Ona month. In advanca Addraao rhinr.il a oftan a doalred; beta nar and old addraaa must b fcivon. ubscrtbrs will plaaa ramlt with rdar. which should bo rlvon for a porlflad tarm: narro will not bo ontor a until payment I rocaivoa Entorod at Richmond. Indiana, post attlce as aacond cUn mall matter. (New Yark City) as and atrttaai la tJM etrealatfca let tall aabUoaUoB. Osly the SfiM el mil luil ta lta report at tf the anfilitlnii St' OV f .... A , RICHMOND, INDIANA "PANIC PROOF CITY" llaa a population of M.000 and It arowln. It I th county aot of Way no County, and the tradlnar can tar of a rich " cultural community. It I " rated duo eaet from Indlanapo. II mile and 4 mil from tha late lino. . . Itlrhmond I a city of home and of Industry. Primarily a manufacturing city. t If !" the Jobbing center of Eastern Indiana and enjoy th retail trade of the populous commun ity for mile around. m .. Richmond I proud of plandld street. well kept rd, it cement aldowala and beautiful had tree. It baa S national bank. trust com ranlea and 4 building- assocla (on with combined resource af ovor fR.OOO.OOO. Number of factorlea III: capital Invested 7,000.000. with an annual out put of IS7.000.000. and a par roll of 11.700.000. The total pay roll for the cltv amount to ap proximately M.SOO.ooo annually. Thar are five railroad com- fanles radiating n elaht dlf erent direction from the city. Incoming freight handle dally, 1.7SO.O00 lb.: outroln trelrht handled dally, 710.000 lb. Tard facll'tloa. per day 1.700 car. Number of passanaor train dally, at. Number of freight train dally 77. Th an nual post office receipt amount to 110.000. Total aaeesxed valu . at'n of the city. 111.090.000. Richmond ha two Interurban railway. Thre newspaper with a combined circulation of . 17.000. Richmond I th a-reat. eat hardware lobbing center In the at ate, and only aecnnd In aeneral jobblna Interests. It ha a piano factory produclna a hlah grade plana every IS minute. It Is tha leader In tha manufacture of traction en gines, and produce mora thrashing tnnchlne. lawn mow er, roller skates, grain drill and burial casket than any other cltv In the world. Th cltv area I S.040 erea; baa a court houee coettna 1800.- 00; t public achool and baa the flneat and moat complete Thla-h school In the middle weat under construction; t parochial schools Farlham roller and tha Indiana Business College; N f'vo splendid flro cnmpanlee in fir.e hose house; Olen Mill? park, th largest and most beautiful park In Indiana, th home of Richmond's annual ehuutauoua: seven hotels; mu nicipal electrlo light plant un r?r euoceaaful operation, and a private electric llaht Plant. In rurln competition: the oldest pnbllo library In the state, ex cept one. and th second laraest. 40.000 volumes: pur, refrenhln water. Itns'irpaeeed: 41 mile of Improved Streeta: 40 mile of eewer: i mllea of cement curb and gutter combined: 40 mile of cement walks, and many mile of brick walk. Thirty churches. Including th Reld Vemorial. built at a coat of ItRA.OOO; Reld Memorial Ho- filial, on of the moat modern n the state; T. M. C. A. build " In . erected St a cost of 1100.000, one Of the finest In the etate. Tbo amusement center of Fat am Indiana and Weatem Ohio. No cltv of th else of Rich mond bold a fine an annual art exhibit. Th Richmond Fall Festival bald each October I tiptone. P" other city bold a Similar affair. It la given In " tha Interest of the city and financed bv the business men. fSucceee awaiting anyone with enterprise In the Panic Proof City. Hems Gathered In' From Far and Near ' "Beet Citizens" Lynchers. From the Charlotte (N. C.) Observer. It having been reported that a Mis Isslppl mob which lynched a negro for writing an insulting letter to a young white woman was a rather bad , lot. Tax' Assessor J. D. Miller of Con cordla Parish, La adjoining, writes an Indignant denial to the Memphis Commercial-Appeal. "Tho lynching of Elmo Curl at Mastodon. Miss., last night." he proceeds to say, "was a rnoet orderly affair, conducted by the . bankers, lawyers, farmers and merch ants of that county. The best people of the county, as good as there are anywhere, simply met there and hang ed Curl without a sign of rowdyism. There was no drinking, no shooting, no yelling and not even any loud talk Ing. All of the best people of that section took part, and I have never aeen a more orderly assemblage any 'where." As between the orderly and disorderly lynching let us have the lat ter every time. Rowdies may break loose In the most lawabldlng commttu Jtlea, bat when tho best class of cltl Bens deliberately . and coolly turn ; lyncher there Is an evil situation in dead, Tha salt has lost Us savor and caanot again be salted. This defense of the lynching at Mastodon. Miss., is, . . all unconrcloasly. a condemnation of Philanthropic Vandalism When the Street Car Barns and the High Point Hotel were demol ished and put into tha Limbo, they deserved, the town was glad. T he memory of those unsightly blotches of modern American frame architecture lingers. , ' . The men who are promoting the Chautauqua in the Olen are clamor ous for a pavilion and here is the old question again. The town learned by bitter experience that it is far easier to build some clap trap in a beautiful park than it is easier to get rid of it. The town places a very low estimate on the real beauty it has in the park at Glen Miller if It allows it to be used as a building site for the sort of thing which will of necessity be erected if the directors of the Chautauqua have their way. It Is In no sense a discrimination or prejudice against the Chautauqua which actuates us In this regard. Richmond has a park which is comparable with anything of its sort In the whole United States. Druid Hill Park in Baltimore (which Is taken as a representative park of a natural sort) has nothing better to show than most of the Glen. There Is only one sort of a meeting place In the Glen which could be put there without marring the landscape. That is totally out of the question at present. An open air Greek theater of stone and concrete on the natur al slope called Roosevelt Hill, built under the supervision of a competent architect along the best models of the past and made to harmonize with the landscape as did the open air theaters of the old time would be a posi tive ornament to the park if well planned and carried out At first glance the thing looks absurd and It Is perhaps out of the question right now, but inasmuch as it has been done in several places In this country already it Is by no means to be despaired of In the future. Such a thing would be a permanent ornament to the city for the gen erations to come. The best that could be said for a frame coliseum or pavilion in the Glen is that a way would be found to get rid of it after the citizens saw what an eyesore such an Incongruous structure would be. This Is a view of the question which entirely leaves out of considera tion whether or not there should be a continuance of the Chautauqua in the Glen. There Is much difference of opinion on that score. That might be left to the individual preference. It undoubtedly Is not par ticularly sightly nor sanitary while in progress. But this thing of build in a frame structure of the type contemplated in the Glen is a matter which is vital. We hear much talk about Conservation of Natural Resources in our n.Hnnel nf. Well, here you are right now. Here Is natural and almost unpurchasable beauty in the Glen. a street In town or a fair grounds Is so much taken away from the enjoy ment of the people and the value of the park as a place to rest brains sick of sweltering rooms and hot Such a sten would be little short guise. most righteous indignation could have composed. A Well Merited Rebuke. From the New York Times. The religious newspaper which con demns the aviators for trying to in habit the air In defiance of what it as sumes to be the intention of the Crea tor argues quite within its rights. The writer of the rebuke remembers the Tower of Babel and the punishment of the ill advised climbers heaven ward. But he should go further. Man defies nature persistently. He was not made to Inhabit the water, yet he swims and dives and accomplishes wonders under water. . He will not stay where nature places him. He discovers steam and electricity and encircles the earth. He defies the rigors of climate to which he should, n proper piety, submit, and keeps his body warm by covering it with the skins which belong properly to other creatures. What Is more, he bathes, and he shavea from his face the hair grown there by nature with Divine in tent. The groves were God's first temples and man's early habitation, but man chops down the trees, clears spaces and builds palaces and hovels of which nature supplies no model Now he is learning to fly. There is no limit to his foolhardiness, to his vain ambition, to his desire to con trol all htat is on the earth, or in its waters, and Its circumambient air. The rebuke Is well merited. Take Them Straight. From the Toledo Times. Pure water and pure milk are both desirable, but restaurant proprietors might remember that they are under no obligation to mix them. Also Amused. v From the Atlanta Constitution. No doubt Japan is surprised to learn that the American humorists are talk ing war again. Taft In the Campaign. From the Philadelphia Ledger. The governor of Minnesota is mak ing a strong appeal to President Taft to attend the next conservation con gress, to be held In St. Paul In Sep tember. The politicians of Ohio desire consumedly that is, a certain faction wants him that he shall take some action in the impending state cam paign. Various factions and partisans of certain senators In other states think that the "leader of the party" ought to pitch in and help the "good cause" along. If a tithe of the re quests for Mr. TaTfs good offices shall be complied with. Mr. Taft will become a greatly embroiled man be fore the day set apart for prayer and thanksgiving; and. incidentally, the precedent lately established of enlist ing ana encouraging tne cniei execu tive of the United States to become a chief contributor to the universal excitement in our business, political and economic life. Instead of the presi dent of all the people, will be unfortu nately confirmed. TWINKLES BY PHILANDER JOHNSON. Misleading Title. "Here's a collection of facts that aro of no practical use to anybody," said the assistant. "All right," answered the editor. "Head them up 'Things Worth Know ing and let them go." Careless. "How did that Irrigated farm ot yours turn out?" . The more that it is made to look like streets. of vandalism under philanthropic and thoughtlessly drank the water in- stead of putting it on the garden.' A Melting Prospect. In Icy silence now we see The statesman who our plaudits wins. Oh what, a deluee there will be Of thought, when once the thaw begins. The Quick Hard Answer. "Lady," said Plodding Pete, "will that dog bite me?" "That's what I'm waiting to see. If he cares anything about bis home, he will.' Embarrassing Candor. "That boy of yours is a straight forward, truthful lad." "Yes," replied Farmer Corntossel. "He's got mighty admirable qualities. But I guess I'll have to send him away some place where folks lookin' for summer board can't ask him whether the mosquitoes is bad or the fishin's good." The Universal Unrest. Up and down the boardwalk Goes the throng so gay. Keeps it up till late at night And starts again next day. Up and down the country Goes the Jecture man. Next year be'll be starting out On the self-same plan. 'Round this mighty orbit Earth proceeds to climb. Finding warmth each summer And cold in winter time. it's the general program; Rushing here and there. Always in a hurry. And not getting anywhere. Lovely Complexion A Clear Skin and Bright Eyea are Easy to Get. All the beauty creams in creation wont Improve your complexion if your stomach is out of order. Belching of gas and heartburn mean bad food in the stomach. Bad food means bad blood and bad blood means a bad complexion. Try Mi-o-na stomach tablets for stomach misery, biliousness, dizziness and Indigestion. They relieve in a few minutes; they make rich, red blood. They are guaranteed to cure or money back. Read what a Kansas woman says: "I want to praise Mi-o-na stomach tablets, for I had been doctoring for over a year for 6tomach trouble and found nothing that did me as much good as Mi-o-na does. I only have the second box and it has relieved all pain in my stomach. For all who suf fer from stomach trouble or Indiges tion Mi-o-na can't be beaten. You can use my name, for Mi-o-na has done a world of good for me when doctors failed." Mrs. Cordelia B. Mann. 207 E. 11th St, Junction City, Kans. Nov. 1. 1909. . . Mi-o-na stomach tablets are sold by druggists everywhere and by L tt Flhe for 50 cents a large box. Test samples free from Booth's Mi-o-na, Buffalo, N. Y. V V Cores catarrh or money back. Jos aceevineiiut. uomptece oat&t, tixwuxf HEW UICAHAGUAN CABINET BITTER Every Minister Is Openly the Enemy of the American Government. YANKEE CONSUL REPORTS THAT ALL OP THE ADVISORS OF PRESIDENT MADRIZ, ESPECIAL LY THE WAR MINISTER, IS ANTI AMERICAN. Washington, July 22. A new cabi net has been formed in Nicaragua, ac cording to cable advices received here from Consul Olivares, at Managua. Its presonnel consists with a single ex ception of adherents of Zelaya and men who were officials of the former president's government. Consul Olivares strongly intimates that the new Ministry is likely to be unfriendly to the United States. The personnel of the new Ministry, which was formed following the resignation of Minister General Chico Baca, is as follows : Minister of Government, Maxlmllla-' no Morales, sub-secretary of the gov ernment under Zelaya. Minister for Foreign Affairs and Public Instruction, Francisco Padilla, formerly a minister of finance, but not under Zelaya. Minister of Finance and Public Credit, Francisco Medina, collector of customs at Corinto under Zelaya and recently his personal representative In Paris. Minister of Works, Leon Aregon, once sub-secretary of public instruc tions and later mayor of Managua un I der Zelaya. Sub-Secretary of War. Benjamin Zeledon. Charge d'Affaires of Nica ragua in Guatamala under Zelaya and more recently secretary of Julian Irias, commissioner of the Madriz gov ernment, with plenary powers ' over the western half "of Nicaragua, now in command of the gunboat Venus. Zeledon's appointment seems to be the most significant in a cabinet of Zelaya supporters. Bitterly Anti-American. Mr. Olivares advised that the new War Minister is bitterly anti-Ameri can, and is the author of a number of I i , r il.i 1 A A 1 - mcenuiary aruciea agaiuoi we w- ernmeni or tne unueu ouaies auu American interests in general, which have been published in the censored press at Managua. Dr. Louis F. Corea, representative of Madriz here, has arrived at Managua, the Consul reports, but any confirma- tion of the. story that he left a peace proposition .in behalf of Madriz at Washington is as 'unconfirmed from the report as it is from investigation here. Modesto Barrios and Sebastian Silt- nas, the Commissioners who nave frisbie Collar? A cool-as-can-be shape for grilling Jays with a class that lifts it above the mass of hot-weather collars FRISBIB. COOS & a TRoy-Ny JIT MOST OOODSHOPS 25c en 2s r or "a wo Accident Insurance E. B. KtyOLLENBERG Room 6, Knollenberg's Annex. Years of experience nave given me the right to use the' term EXPERT as applied to Watch and Jewelry Repairing. FRED KENNEDY, New Jeweler. 526 Main. We wish to announce that Mr. Walter Feeger has accepted a position with us as watchmaker, jeweler and engraver. 0. E DICKINSON, Dtescsis llcssled ffckh Bepiiriag 523 Main St. been sent to this Government to confei on peace plans for Nicaragua, were due in Washington today, according tc unofficial schedule. They had not been received, nor had they appeared when Acting Secretary of State Wil son left the department. No official knowledge of their coming is in pos session of the department, and no ar rangements have been made to rc ceive them. It can be said, however, that shoulc" they come to Washington they cat have an audience, such as the State Department has granted representa tives of both Estrada and Madriz foi several months. Announcement of the attitude of this Government toward the recogni tion by Norway of the Madriz block ade at Bluefields. Nicaragua, will soon be made at the State Department. A telegram in answer to protests from New Orleans against the action of Norway is being prepared by Act ing Secretary of State Wilson. COUNTY INSTITUTES Beginning ' with September the county institutes will be held month ly hereafter. At the picnic of the township trustees yesterday after noon it was decided to make the meetings this year better than ever. Particular effort will be made to se cure lecturers of reputation to ad dress the gatherings. The county su perintendent will begin arranging the programs within a few days. Don't Stay in the House Unsightly Skin Affections Which Cause Embarrassment Are Quick ly Cured by Poslam. "To tell the truth, I was ashamed to go out," says Mr. John Rogers, of Atlanta. Ga. "My trouble was eczema on each side of my nose and caused lots of trouble and expense. I used every preparation I could get hold of but they all seemed to hake it worse until I tried poslam. I can truly say every trace of It has disappeared and does not seem to return. Poslam is a wonderful remedy. I keep some at hand all the time." The success of poslam is not at all surprising when it Is considered that even a small quantity Btops itching immediately and proceeds to heal at once. The very worst cases of ecze ma, as well as acne, herpes, ' tetter, piles, salt rheum, rash, crusted hum ors, scaly scalp and every form of itch yield to it readily. Blemishes such as pimples, red noses, muddy or inflamed skin disappear, the complexion being cleared overnight. A special 50-cent package' of pos lam is prepared for minor uses and this, as well as the regular 2 jar is on sale by all druggists, particularly W. H. Sudhoffs. A sample of poslam, which will af ford a convincing test, will be sent by mail, free of charge, to anyone who will write to the Emergency Lab oratories, 32 West 25th street. New York City. Tte Flower Shop IMS Uain SI. Phone 1031 710 iain St nicoMO LOANS For the next 90 days, we will make a specialty of short time loans, on furniture, pianos, live stock, etc., in amounts ranging from $10 to $100 on from three to six months time. Weekly monthly or any kind of payments to suit the bor rower. We will absolute ly guarantee a much low er rate than that charged by any similar concern in the city. Inquiry will prove that we can and will save you money. Confidential. . IndianaLoanCOa 40 Colonial Bidg, City. Phone 1341. PALLADIUM WANT ADS PAY. ..Daylight All tne Way- By the Koelalc System W. EL Ross Drag Co. If St. . ,... .. - I...; Exports in the Fiscal Year 1910 of Principal Articles (Palladium Special) Washington. July 22. Details ot the exports by principal articles dur ing the fiscal year ending June SO, 1910 have just been prepared by the bureau of Statistics of the Depart ment of Commerce and Labor. They show in nearly all of the articles of natural production a marked dcline in the exports of 1910 compared with earlier years. In certain manufac tures the figures for 1910 are larger than in any preceding year, and the total for all manufactures will proba bly exceed any earlier year, though the compilation showing the total manufactures exported has not yet been completed. The statement as arranged by the Bureau states the exports in the or der of magnitude, by values. Cotton. of course, heads the list of principal articles exported. The total value of the exports of unmanufactured cotton during the fiscal year 1910 was 450 million dollars, against 4S1 million In the fiscal year. 1907. Copper Is sec ond on the list. 83 million dollars, against 100 million in 190S. Illumi nating oil occupies third place on the list, 62 Va million dollars against 71 million in the fiscal year 1909. Wheat occupies fourth place In the list, the value being 47 million dollars, in round terms, against 113 million dol lars in 1902, 145 million In 1898. and 161 million in 1892, the high record year of exports. Flour occupies the next position on the list, 46 Vi million dollars value against 75 million dol lars in 1893. Lard ranks sixth in the list of principal articles exported. 43 million dollars value against 60 mil lion dollars in 1906. Tobacco, whicn holds seventh place in the list of ar ticles exported, shows a larger total for. 1910 than in any earlier year, the value being 38 million dollars against 35 million in 1903. Lumber, under the general title of ''Boards, planks and deals," amounts to 37 million dollars against 40 million in 1907. Upper leather shows a larger total than in any earlier year, 27 ' million dollars against 22 million in 1907. Corn shows a total of but 25 million dol lars in value against 85 million in 1900. Bituminous coal shows a larg er total than, in any earlier year, 26 million dollars against 25 million in 1908, and lubricating oil also shows a larger total for 1910 than ever before, 21 million dollars against 20 million in 1908. Of the 50 principal articles exported, enumerated in the Bureau of Statis tics' statement, those ' which show larger totals than in any earlier year are upper leather, boots and shoes, FOR THE LAST DAY OF OUR GREAT EMORY MILL v REMNANT SALE Again we say all remnants must go. Remnants of from 10 to 20 yards of seasonable merchandise at about half the manufacturer's cost, will certainly clean them up quick. So be here and get your share. The following items on sale for Four Hours only 8 to 10 A.M. and 7:30 to 9:30 P. H Nnoe sold before or after these hours. Men's $15.00 Suits, All Sizes and This Season's Styles $0.45 Men's $1.25 Shirts.. 69c Boys' $5.00 Suits. .$1.95 Men's 50c Underwear 33c 50c Brooms ... ... .32c 5c Glass Tumblers, 4 for 5c 8 bars Laundry Soap, 25c 10c Toilet Soap cake 1c Clothes Pins, per doz. 1c Merrick's Thread, per spool ... .....2c 10c Inverted Gas Man tles .... .4c Compare these prices with some of the so-called real sales and see the difference, and come tomorrow for hundreds of other bargains not advertised. furs and fur skins, automobiles, elec trical instruments, lubricating oil. to bacco, and coal, both anthracite and bituminous. The articles in which the falling oft is most striking are corn, wheat, flour and meats, wheat fallini from 161 million dollars in 1892 to A1 million in 1910; corn, from $5 million dollars in 1900 to 25 million in 1910; flour, from 75 million dollars la 1893 to 46 million in 1910; lard from 60 million dollars in 1906 to 43 million in 1910; bacon, from 46 million in 1S9S to 18 million In 1910; hams i and shoulders, from 26 million dollars in 1903 to 18 million in 1910; pickled pork, from 15 million dollars in 1907 to 4 million In 1910; fresh beef, from 32 million dollars in 1901 to 7 million in 1910; and cattle, from 42 million dollars in 1904 to 12 million in 1910. . - . AT S0OA FOUNTAINS OK ElSEWMERt Get the -.. Original 4 Genuine HORH'GK'3 MALTED K3 1 LCI "OtieMauJmitaticn TheFoodDrinkfor All Af es hch 1-1 it. r it rasa crnasr.g rtaia Not In any Gift Tirol ETInaiat on-HORLICK'S" FIRE INSURANCE LB. KNOLLENBERG Room 6, Knollenberg's Annex. Fresco Painting and Interior Decorating Dickinson Wall Paper Store Phone 2201. '604 Main St. IP10AL Ladies' $4.00 one piece Wash Suits, 4 all shades- 01.00 Ladies' $1.50 Waist 69c 8Jc and 10c Lawns, per yard 5c 50c Seko Silks, yd., 25c 20c Galatea Cloth, per yard 131c 6c Curtain Scrim, yd., 4c 15c Scotch Flannel, per yard 5c 25c. Panama Poplin, per yard...... ...10c 15c Linen Finished Suiting, per yard... 7c 15c Red Seal Ging hams, big assort ment, per yard ...7c malt streamer taaa : the , ."Not walL I got thirsty ona day m. win bwhoi ova.