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Tim mcmiOND palladiuxx -and oun-texegrah, Thursday, September i, 1010.
STOHuI MTEIIFEIIES WITH CHAUTAUQUA Rein Kept Attendance DoWn Market Reports Just About Time For " The Hook" NATIONAL LEAGUE. . Won. Lost Pet NEW YORK STOCK QUOTATIONS Chicago.. . .,80 S7 .684 (Furnished by Correll and Thompson. Odd Fellow's HalL Phono Hit.) Pittsburg .. ,.6 46 .$ New York. 7 48 jut : New York, Sept 1. PAGE CXlt BASEBALL Cincinnati.. . ..go fit '. .504 V7ei::day Evening and Also Thursday. Philadelphia .. ..$ st Jtt9 St Louis .. . ..a n .4C1 Brooklyn.. ..44 n J7 Boston ., .4S 78 I GOOD PROGRAMS RENDERED AMERICAN LEAGUE. . Won. Lost Pet. Philadelphia .. ..83 40 .671 Boston .. ..73 -4$ ,S95 New York.. .. ..68 S3 6f Detroit ..67 64'. .554 Washington ... .. ,.56 67 .4SS. Cleveland ..S3 67 '.43f Chicago.. 46 71 .384 St Louis .36 S3 .... CAPTAIN RICHMOND P. HOttON, FAMOUS NAVAL HERO OP THE SPANISH WAR, WILL LECTURE RIOAV NIOHT. Open High Low Close Copper . . . 64 644 62 63H American Smelting .. . .. .. . .. .. .. 68 68 66 H 66 U. 8. 6teel .. .. .. .. .. .v .. .... .... e9 69 67 68 U. S. Steel Pfd. .. .. .. .. ,. jisai us Pennsylvania .. 128 m 127 127 St Paul 121 121 118 118 B. & O. .. .. .. .. ..104 104 101 102 New York Central .. ..110 110 109 110 Reading.. , ., ..H2 142 138 139 Canadian Pacific .. .. . .. .... .. ..194 194 192 1J Great Northern .. .. . .124 124 123 123 Union Pacific ........ .. ..167 167 164 164 Northern Pacific .... ..114 114 113 113 Atchison .. 98 " 98 96 96 Southern Pacific ..113 113 111 111 Thursday Evening. 7:00 p. m. "Bill" Bone. 7:80 p. m. Jubilee. 8:15 p. m. Dr. Geo. R. Stuart, "Lopsided Folks. Friday September 2. 9:00 a. m. Religious Eztenelon Hoar, Homer T. Wilson, "Sparks from the AnvU. Music, Mrs. Zoo Pearl Park. 10:00 a. m. Dr. W. F. Barr. "Liter ature as a Practical Study." 11:00 a. m. Miaa EL A. Rotbe, "Germany's Special Schools." 1:00 p. an. Dr. W. F. Barr. "E ro tation of the Educational Idea." 3:00 p. in. Chicago Olee Club. 1:80 p. m. Ellsworth Plumstead. 7:00 p. m. Chicago Olee Club. 1:00 p. m. Capt Richmond P. Hobson, "The World-Struggle for the Blessings of Industrial Liberty." ' The storm Wednesday evening in terferred with the attendances at the Chautauqua assembly that evening and Thursday. However It did not neces sitate a change In the program and the musical renditions of the jubilee ' singers and HInsnaw In grand opera on Wednesdsy evening were the best that have ever been given at a local Chautauqua. . ins program 'jnursaay was enuv ' ened by lecturers by Dr. William Barr and Dr. C O. Shaw at tho teachers' In stltute and the Rev. Ernest Wray O'NeaL At 8: IS o'clock Dr. George R. Stuart will speak on the subject, "Lop sided Folks." The Rer. O'Neal Is one of the most pleasing speakers which , over lectured la the city. Hebeon Is Coming. Captain Richmond Pearson Hobson of If errlmao fame will be the head liner on Friday. He will speak at 8 o'clock la tho evening on "The World tStrna-ala for tha Blessincs of Indus trial Liberty." Members of T. P. A. Post C are making extensive preparations for T. P. A. day oa Saturday. The Chautau qua has arranged as excellent pro tram and m addition tho post hss . planned several athletlo events includ ing races for the tat, ordinarily fleshy and tho slim traveling men; potato races for tho women and other equal- : ly Interesting events. Premiums will be awarded to tho winners. Tho storm on .Wednesdsy evening , 'made tho camp very muddy but there waa little complaint from tho camp ers. Only a very few tents leaked. Tho auditorium tent suffered la the wind storm as a long rent was torn in tho canvass. It leaked la only a few places ' Practically all . of tho space under tho tent remained dry aa the aasflefslion arranaed to drain th wit. or from tho divide to either side of the tent. INSPECTOR IS HERE William Brunner, state milk inspec tor, la la the city, making aa exam laatloa of local dairies, with tho local lnspe.tor Charles Floor. Mr. Brun ner will take a number of samples of milk back to Indianapolis with him and have cehmlcal analysis made. Although not having yet reported to Dr. T. H. Davis, city health officer, Mr. Brunner stated that no serious difficulty baa been found so far. Most of the dairies were In excellent condi tion. A few minor changes will bo re commended. It Is believed. He will be la the city probably the rest of the reek. REPORT OF POLICE The police report for August Is tbout average. The arrests totaled ilxty-one and were as follows: Assault ind battery 6. beating board bill 1, Usturbtng publlo meeting 1, drunk 27, forgery 1. incorrigibility 1, petit 1st- way 7. malicious tresspass 3, prolan ty 1, provoke 1, rioting 6, suspicion , L vagrancy 8. violating city ordin- lace 1 and wife desertion 1. t I'M CllllDIDJITE (America News Service.) . New Castle. Ind Sept. 1. Chas. 8. laraly, former republican state chair ean. this afternoon announced him elf aa a candidate for the state legis- ituro, from Henry county on an inde- ndeat ticket. , SLAV III SIIIPuEHT It is probable tho flro alarm box to mve . li sm rtsraiiTi w we saguia rarl star tho lUchmond Furniture haicuiri3 compaay will arrive la . tew weeks. accorCng to Chief Mll- ir ct tlo CtpartncsL It was expected ri e-i trx test fcr some reason OIILY SMALL F FOR THE BRIDGES County Not to Spend Much Money on Them During . the Coming Year. SEVERAL NEED REPAIRING AND A FEW NEED TO BE RE PLACED BUT COMMISSIONERS WILL MAKE THEM DO FOR AT LEAST ANOTHER YEAR. Less than 815.000 will be spent on bridges In Wayne county in 1911 ac cording to the present outlook. The county commissioners with Bridge En gineer Miller have inspected all bridges la the county and while they found many which needed repairs and others which should be replaced, an etT i will be made to get along an other year on a comparatively small appropriation. In Dalton township and on tne ew Paris pike there are bridges which will be replaced in all prooaDimy. me roads are blocked now because of holes la the floors. There are two forda In Jefferson and Harrison town ships which farmers demand be bridg ed. Attention will be given these cases. nid steel bridaea which are In good condition and sufficiently heavy in de al will be reoalred by wooden floor ings being taken up and replaced with concrete floors. The reason wny more moneycaa not be spent on bridges next year is that all available funds will be used In other equally It not more Important ways. As a whole the bridges are not in sucn a condition but that they can go anoth er year without repairs. Bridies are of great Importance to farmers. Several in Harrison town ahln estimated 'that It cost them a cent more a bushel oa wheat to haul It a roundabout way to the mill In or der to avoid using the ford. City Statistics Marriage Licenses. Geora-e William Eadler. Richmond. S3, machinist, and Etta Dunn, Rich mond, 16. consent of parents. William Johnson. Falrmount 2a, teacher, and Ethel Louise Henderson, Richmond, 23. Everett Ik Northrup. Richmond, 26. laborer, and Ethel Edna Bradfleld, Earlham Heights, 19. Jaaner Collins. Richmond. 19. coach man, and Ola Holman, Easthaven, 23, domestic Deaths and Funerals. PYLE Gertrude A. Pyle, aged 62 years, died yesterday at thtf home, 221 South B street, from a complication of diseases. She was the widow of the late John T. Pyle. Funeral services will be held tomorrow afternoon at two o'clock from the home of her daughter, Mrs. John Hiatt, 43 South Second street. Burial -will be In Goshen cemetery. Friends may call at any time. ' ASKS A DIVORCE. Mallnda A. Donahue has filed suit for divorce la the circuit court from William H. Donahue. She charges abandonment on November 25. 1909, failure to provide and. habitual drunk enness. He bow resides at Oxford, O. They were married In 1387. UIID BEVERIDGE AT HOME Arrives in Indianapolis After an Outing in th New. Hampshire Woods. HEALTH MUCH IMPROVED v (American News Service.) Indianapolis, Ind, Sept. 1 Senator Beverldge arrived here at : 30 o'clock Thursday morning, feeling "in bully fine shape," after bis vacation in the woods and mountains- near Dub lin. He will address a smoker In the Marlon Club Friday evening given to township, ward and precinct commit teemen, Informally. He Is slated to sneak before' the National Conserva tion Congress at St. Paul a week from Frldav and before the Indiana Bank- era' Association at Evansvllle, Septem ber fourteenth. JUDGE A HOT WOOER (American News Service.) . Chicago, Sept. 1 Declaring that Judge W. E. Hadley of Edwardsville, Ills., .was so ardent a wooer that he proposed to her on the street, in cars and in automobiles. Miss Eugenia Con nor, of Chicago, haa filed suit against the jurist for $50,000 for breach of promise. She asserts his -love was burning until he had written her thirty-two letters and she had begun the preparation of her trosseau. Then It waned, she said, and he decided he did not want to be married. Judge Harley is a prominent jurist in Southern Illinois. A YEARLY MEETING (American News Service.) Amboy, IndU Sept 1. The second annual meeting of the Modern Friends a religious organisation founded in this town two years ago, opened here today, with a large attendance , and will remain In sessioa until next Mon day. Theo rganlsation adopted the name of Modern Friends to avoid con fusion with other branches of the re ligious society of Friends." Many Im portant matters are to be considered at the meeting. WILL PROTECT THEM (American News Service.) Albany. N. Y, Sept 1. -The state controller's office haa been over whelmed during the past week with applications by private bankers and dealers la railroad and steamship tick ets to foreign countries, principally from the east side of New York City, for licenses under the laws which went Into effect today. The object of the two laws is to protect the inter ests of foreigners la the state who shameless manner during the recent years by private bankers and dealers in transportation tickets who made a specialty of dealing with immigrants. RECORDER'S REPORT. During the month of June, July and August. 931 Instruments were lOed with County Recorder Will Robbins for which $776 JO was received. 'The larger number of instruments were deeds and mortgages, indicating that much property was transferred during tho quarter. ..-v - - "LAKE ERIE BILL" BELIEVED INSANE Man Who Turned Tramp when Crossed in Love Held at Cambridge City. HE BROKE INTO A STORE AND WAS PROMPTLY ARRESTED, AND AN EFFORT WILL BE MADE TO SEND HIM TO THE EASTHAV- ' EN HOSPITAL. Turning tramp twenty years ago when his betrothed married another, Thomas McMahan, better known in the central west as ."Lake Erie Bill' was arrested at Cambridge City on Wednesday evening ' and he will be held in custody in an effort to place him at . Eastern Indiana hospital for the insane. "Bill's story is unusually pathetic. When about thirty ' years . old he was employed in Cambridge City as a machinist and he was very skillful at his trade. One day he threw down his tools and shortly afterwards It was learned that the girl to whom he was . engaged and who' lived in Co lumbus, Ohio, had bee married. He brooded over the affair and . finally became a common hobo. Although his mentality has . never been strong since then, he was not considered dangerous. He endeavored to drown his troubles by whisky and has drawn but few sober breaths in many years. He sleeps in the open, even In the coldest weather and ap parently is healthy physically. He visits Cambridge City two or three times every year, spending a day or two In the community. On Wednesday evening he broke into Beard's cigar store, but was ar rested before he had secured anything of value. This is the first time he ever entered oa crime. Marshal Drischel placed him In the county jail on Thursday morning. It is doubt ful if the charge against him will be prosecuted. A THREE CENT RATE (American News Service.) . Little Rock, Ark., Sept 1. Passen ger rates on all railroads In Arkansas were restored today to 3 cents a mile in accordance with terms of the agree ment by which it had been arranged to give the 2 cent rate a trial. The time of the trial expired last night and as the lower rate had beea found unfeasible, the former rate of 3 cents again went Into effect today. NOMINATE VANATTA. Falrmount InL. Sept 1. Robert Vanatta nominated today for supreme judge by the republicans of Grant and Delaware counties ' after an all night contest McClellan of - Monde with drew after three hundred and two bal lots had been cast Cromer was de feated by half of his own county dele gates going to Vanatta. One fist fight occurred. , ORDERED FBOMCITY. Lara Johnson, a negro woman was arrested this morning and plead guilty to stealing $3 from Anna.' Bryant. when she waa arraigned before May or Zimmerman m police court The woman cried and begged to be releas ed, saying she would leave' town. She said her husband left her and she had nothing to live on . She was released and left town. ' CHICAGO. CHICAGO GRAIN AND PROVISIONS (Furnished by Correll and Thompson, Odd Fellow's Halt Phone 1446.) Chicago, Sept 1. : Wheat' - Open Hlrb Lot Close Sept ... 99 99 98 98 Dec. ... 103 104 103 103 May ...109 109 108 109 Corn , Open " High Low Close Sept ... 58 59 58 59 Dec. ... 57 57 57 57 May ... 60 60 59 60 Oa'a Open High Low Close Sept ... 33 34 33 34 Dec. ... 36 36 36 36 May ... 39 39 39 39 INDIANAPOLIS LIVESTOCK. Indianapolis, Sept 1. Hogs Receipts 6,000; top 19.65. Cattle Receipts 3,000; top $7.35. Sheep Receipts 1,200; top $4.50. Lambs 36.50. PITTSBURG LIVESTOCK. Pittsburg, Sept 1. Cattle Receipts light choice $7.75; primes $7.40; butchers $6.40. Sheep Receipts fair; prime $4.75. Hogs Receipts 10 loads; prime heavy $9.70; yorkers $10.05; pigs $9.75. Veals $9.25. Choice lambs $7.25. TOLEDO GRAIN. Toledo, Sept 1. Wheat ...$1.02 Corn .........61c Oats 35 c Clover seed ...... $9.30 EAST BUFFALO LIVESTOCK. East Buffalo, Sept. 1. Cattle Receipts 50 head ; ' prime steers $7 50; butchers $6.75. . Hogs Receipts 1,000; yorkers $10.30; pigs . $10.25; heavies $10.20. Lambs $7.50. - Sheep Receipts 1,000; prime $4.75. Calves Receipts 125 head; choice $10.50. CINCINNATI LIVESTOCK. Cincinnati, Sept. 1. Cattle Receipts 1.000; quiet Hogs Receipts 2,100; shippers $9.80. Sheep Receitps 4,500; quiet Lambs $7.75. INDIANAPOLIS GRAIN. Indianapolis, Sept 1. Wheat Corn ................... Oats , ..97c ....60c . .33c .... 75c ...$8.60 Rye Clover seed ............ RICHMOND MARKETS. RICHMOND HAY MARKET. - (Omar G. Whelan) New oats 32c New timothy hay .. .. $10.00$12.00 Straw, baled ; $5.50 Corn.. .. ...60c Clover hay ................... .$8.00 RICHMOND GRAIN MARKET. (Richmond Roller Mills) No. 2 Wheat ,....05c No. 3 Wheat .... ............ .....92c Oats ..30c Corn eOc Rye, per bu ...65c Bran, per ton ....$23.00 Middlings, per ton ........... .$36.00 Clover seed ........ ...$7.00$7JS0 RICHMOND SEED MARKET. t (Range at Co.) Corn .. ..5860c Timothy . ; ......... .$2.lO$35 Clover seed S&50$7.00 CUPID WAS ACTIVE. During August there were forty-one marriage licenses issued by the coun ty clerk. ' This number exceeds : the reports for all corresponding months in previous years. BROOKLYN CENSUS. (American News Serviced Washington, Sept 1. The census of Brooklyn shows 1,634,351, . an in crease of forty per cent . Tha . . . .. x Wit While Talking to a former governor of IlUno!. who was -nored for the quietness of hi wit. an English tonr 1st spoke with spcrfal fervor of asi&ir be bad een in another xtare. "I attended a Sunday service foi the Inmates of the state prison. he said, -and I learned that of the 206 persona now confined there all but twelve voluntarily" attend retlgfoos errices held In tne prison chapel twice each Sunday. "Most extraordinary. said the gov ernor musingly. I am sorry to say ft fs not so with us. But then. be add ed soberly. ln Illinois, yon see. most of the respectable people do not come tp.ulsw BELLS TOLL WHEN GAS IS SHUT OFF But That Was Only Public Recognition of the Com pany's Swan Song. HISTORY OF THE CONCERN WAS ORGANIZED IN 1888 HAVING BEEN BOUGHT FOR HALF A MILLION FROM COMPANY PIP ING IT HERE. The end of natural gas In, Richmond came this afternoon when anally and for all time-the gaa was turned off by the Richmond Natural Gas company. The end was a quiet one, announced only by the tolling of the fire bells. " The Richmond Natural Gas com panyn was organised Thanksgiving day in 1888, when natural gas was for the first time furnished the Richmond public. Pogue, Doxey, Henley and Company built the pipe, line . into Richmond from the Chesterfield fields and sold out to the Richmond Natural Gas company for $500,000. This company furnished gas until to day. It never changed hands until purchased by a stock company, con sisting of James P. and W. W. Good rich, H. C. Starr and M. C. Hooven, this deal taking place some months ago. A few weeks later the company sold its interests to M. C. Hooven. - Hooven In turn Bold the local lines of the company to the Richmond Light Heat and Power company which com pany had Intended to turn artificial gas into .the mains. However, the city believing that the company had no franchise right to take such action ordered It to not use the mains for its product. The order was complied with. The Light, Heat .and Power com pany Is laying pipe lines as fast as possible to supply its customers. - It is said it has out a petition for signers. asking council to permit it to use the mains for artificial gas. A report of this petition has come to Mayor Zimmerman and he stated absolutely that' the council and the board of works had made its one and only decision on the matter and that the Light, Heat and Power company could not use the lines for artificial gas. ' Surprises In Chi "Some people." said aa American consul to China, "live as long as twenty years in Cblna and never learn more than a dozen .Chinese expres- Salons. But not so my little glrL 8be usea to meet me eacn evening wun some new Chinese expression which she bad learned during the day. Now, the Chinese language, like the Japan ese, is full of honorific, and I fondly Imagined one evening, when my little girl greeted me . with some entirely new expressious. that she was saying something like this: 'Here comes the honorable personage, my father. "To verify my guess I asked a little Chinese boy to translate. At first be was rather backward, but I urged him until be finally said: , . -Your excellency, your daughter says. "Here comes that old wooden headed bottle. Yes. there are some surprises in Chinese. Net Interrupting a AIL At the piano Mrs. Eaton was guidlng Edith snd Edward and Jack through the intricacies of an old English melo dy when she became aware that the twins were adding their voices from an Indiscreet, distance and stopped playing. "Children." sbe exclaimed, "you are not allowed to join in the chorus with Edith and Kdwardr "We weren't.! tne twins protested, in slightly resentful tones. "We were singing something quite different Youth's Companion. . Shakespeare- Altered. A portable theater bad beea pitched In an out of the way spot where the prospective theatrical patrons were unsophisticated in matters dramatic. The players iKMsessed the costumes for "Hamlet. and Saakeiqiesre's trag edy wss -i let-ted for '., rerKntatloa. It then oecnrred to the troprietora of the show that the cauie in tela not at tract, so they altered tb till to "How the Stepfather Was 1'abl Oct!" Lon don Mail. . He Pleased Her. ghe asked me bow old I thought sbe was. "What did yon aayT "Welt 1 perjured myself like a gen tleman." Detroit Free Press. No amount of effort to save the world can make np for failure to sac rifice for the -salvation ' of your own Bttle worli nenry F. Cepe. Won. Lost Pet Minneapolis . .. .. ..91 Toledo ,.7S St. Paul ,.74 Columbus 71 Kansas City .70 Milwaukee.. .. .. .. ..63 Indianapolis ........ .57 Louisville.. .. .. .. ..51 48 64 66 66 67 75 80 .653 .553 .51 Ml .451 44A- 84 Xtft YESTERDAY RESULTS. National League, ' New York-Plttaburg Rain. ' American ' League. ' St Louis 0 5 1 Washington lla:l Bailey and Killlfer; Johnson sn3 Beckendorf. K.U.G. , Detroit .i I i Philadelphia 14 1 Donovan and Schmidt; Benderj nut ana umpp. . Chicago 8 11 Boston .. .. ..0 5 1 Carrlgan. R.H.ZL Cleveland ..1 I New York .. .. ..1 7 Fanwell and Land; Fisher and ''Crt ger. " l' American Association. R.K.B. St Paul .. ..3 11" 1 Louisville ..0 4 S Rleger and 8peacer ; Kroh, Land- ford and Reilly. R.H.EL Milwaukee ; .. ..7 ,'7'-4 Indianapolis .. ...3 " Oilllgan, McOlynn and Breen Cheney and Kerns. R.n.13. Kansaa City 3 t 1 Columbua. . . . . . -. . .. ..4 7 1 r Owens and James; ; Iiebhardt and Carisch. ., ., , j Minneapolis-Toledo Rain. - " SEA COAST TOUIlutY (American News '8ervlce. . Sea Girt N. J.. Sept lHuaoSrb: of marksmen gathered at the tamr3'' Sea Girt rifle ranges today for C l' opening of the annual shooting luxu nament The competitions will cca-T tlnue ten j4ays and will be partldpts4 in by the members of the New Jersey Pennsylvania and New York EtateV Rifle associations. r .. 111 1 1 . i.i Jti. r,niF r.iinn Detroit Mich, Sept 1. Unusual Interest by golfers in Michigan and. several adjoining states is manifest' ed in the. fifth annual tournament aI atate championship play of the Meti gan atate golf league, which began f day under auspicious . condltloatr' Ut the Country club, Grosse Pointe,' and " will continue for three dayse. Ia addi. tlon to the state championships taasyh valuable trophies will be contested far by the best players of the state. . FILES A COMIT Fort Wayne Manufacturfca Company Makes Chcrccs Against Railroads. V ALLEGES UNFAIR RATES (American News Serriee.) dm.A m lot wm n oinnwM ggyw ism. w. nowigr Co., manufacturers of Ft Wayne, Ia4 P filed complaint wKh the Intersrtsr commerce commissikm today, cfBao lnar sixteen ralLrnada in. thA wMtan elaaslfieation territory with ezaetias exorbitant aad ' Illegal freight rates. . St.. .kA . A M - . . .SI .' " thousand dollars reparation are asTasd for. , ;'.if, ullay mil mm . i i (American Newa Service.) , " , BenonaKy, sepc 1. ukmsmcs weather delayed Gleam Cartlas fa sss . aeroplane trip back to ClevelasMt fcs tkm of making' the trip late tiJ fcJ ternoon. bet the contract ass beea e . tended until, tcmorrow eveaia'1, he therefore haa addfttonal twc: four hours ia which to win rfci . I -... u ' tft "r mm iISm '"I n - M i 1