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THE KICH3IOND PALLADIUM AND SUX-TELEGRA3I, MONDAY, OCTOBER 17, 1010.
TO HAKE CAMPAIGII III Ad AUTOMOBILE CAPTURE BAD NEGRO Fugitive from Greenville Sub mits to Farmer Carry ing Fence Rail: James R. Garfield Now Trek tag Across Ohio for In vasion of Indiana. ARRESTED AT WHITEWATER rAots TWO. ' - Scenes on Key West, Devastated by Cuban Hurricane .. fhv .SfTsT, -'. . "m 4--.e'-?vfr -. v- fi.-.n .1 1 rr a - - - . J. " i .' 1 i'- - " i ..V, I Xyith'" 9 Qi'&Kt x -."" SA. - - ---iTi in TV-' r. jr r-i.-'-fV-- r'il'l n lv S5" l-c-? ii iVI& i - .V-' " ; vV: . -4sk' Tnc' ' 3cir rtrjHHT rt " i',.:H5 v--.i -h; til',? m&r?; - jn '--r&o 2g qCT r :;r;-;fr;,:rfi;l JONES TO AID BEYERIDGE SENATOR FROM WA8HINQTON STATE, A BOYHOOD FRIEND OF INDIANA INSURGENT. WILL tPEAK FOR HIM. (Palladium RpfcUl) Indianapolis, Oct.' 17. James R. Garfield la treklng serous Ohio from hit home In Cleveland In an auto and will reach Union City for his opening speech In Indiana Tuesday afternoon. His schedule Is as .follows: Tuesday at Union City, afternoon, and at Rich mond at night; Wednesday, Kokomo. afternoon, and Knlghtstown, night; Thursday, Dloomleld afternoon, and lied ford night; Friday at Paoll arter noon, and Mitchell, night; Saturday at Rock port afternoon, and Eransvllle night. TO HELP BEVERIDQE. Indianapolis, Oct. 17. Senator W. L. Jones of Washington, arrired In Indianapolis Monday to spend a week campaigning for Sinator Albert J. Beverldge. On his way east from the tat which he represents, he stopped at his boyhood i home t Bethany, near Sullivan, III., and - from that place came directly to this city, lie visited the old home farm on which be was' reared in Moultrie county, and IS which Senator Beverldge spent some of his early years after his fath er, rendered bankrupt by the war, in which the senator's brothers all par ticipated, moved there to 'take a new tart In life. "Beverldge and I plowed corn to ut Cier In old Moultrie county," said Senator Jones. "I guess we both have had our All of experience behind the hares In a real corn country before the newer and better forms of ma chinery came In." LET C0ALC0!iTRACT Township Contracts for the Poor Supply at Remark ably Low Figure. IT " CAUSED ' WONDERMENT By underbidding th larger coal Oaler cf the city several dollars on the ton, Genvgo QlebVand son of this city were awarded the contract for fur nishing Wayne township poor with ro.il by the Wayci township advl.iory hoard on Saturday, The fact that his bid was so .amatlngly low in compuil son with what the . larger establish ment bid. rausr,?, considerable won derment. ., , Olbbi and son' lu submitting their bid through the senior member of the firm promised to .supply the township with, forty tons more or less, as the trustee desires, of the best quality of Hocking Valley coal at $4.2.' per ton, while two other bidders wanted $3.7.. per ton for this grade of coal and an other wanted .50 per ' ton. Tho fourth bidder was also high in price, offering to dispose of Hocking Valley coal at 75 cents for two hundred pounds and at $1 for three hundred pounds. Tho contract with Olbbs and son has not -as yet been signed. It pro vides, however, that they at to deliv er the coal to the township poor on tho order of Trustee James Howarth in quantities of two hundred pounds or more at a time. . The township con tracts for SO tons more or less to sup ply the poor during the winter. The bids and the bidders were: George Olbbs and son, $ 1.2.1 per ton; Hacknian A Klehfoth and Rullerdlck A son, each $0.73 per ton; J. W. Hinds and son $T.O per ton. and Charles Farnham. 73 cents for 2io pounds or $1 for three hundred pounds. Buy Mrs. Austin's Famous Buck wheat Flour, fine for breakfart, all GARFIELD JO SPEAK Noted Ohio Statesman Will De liver an Address Here on Tuesday Night. A FRIEND OF ROOSEVELT Aside from the fact of the interest that ordinarily pertains to the present important campaign, there will be more than passing Interest in the ap pearance here tomorrow night at the Pythian Temple of James R. Gar Garfield of Ohio, who is one of the very interesting men in public life to day. Mr. Garfield is a son of former President James R. Garfield, and his career thus far shows him to be a worthy, son of an illustrious sire. He was secretary of the interior in the cabinet of President Theodore Roose velt, was prominently mentioned for JAMES R. GARFIELD. governor in the recent Ohio campaign, and Is one of the leaders in the pro gressive element of the republican party. As Senator Albert J. Beverldge In Indiana, is taken as the type of present day Insurgent in this state, so Garfield stands In his relation to the republicans of Ohio. Garfield's experiences in public life and his familiarity with political conditions should make his address one of special interest. He will have a message worth hearing and there should be a capacity audience at the Pythian Temple. Under ordinary cir cumstances the meeting would have been held at the Coliseum, but it could not be secured for tomorrow night' . Meeting CoUed I j t ' vv in A V w Mi POLICE COURT IS A POPULAR PLACE Accused, Spectators and Wit nesses Filled Most of the Available Space. FAMILY ROW GETS AIRING YOUNG HUSBAND GETS INTO A FIGHT AT WIFE'S PARENTS' HOME SEVERAL ORUNKS GET THE USUAL FINES. The city court, the past few days, seems to be growing in popularity, and this morning there was again a large array of accused persons, with many spectators, witnesses or friends of the accused. It ' had very much the old time appearance back in the days when a dozen or eo cases each morning was the rule rather than the exception. , In -addition to the accused Italian and the three boys who were in for Intoxication, these casea being men tioned elsewhere, there was an ugly tight to dispose of, and cases for pub lic Indecency, nubile intoxication and assault and battery. A fight that occurred at the Taylor home at 215 North Second street was fully aired and as a result Joseph Fields, a young man, son-in-law of the Taylors, was fined 5 and costs for an assault on William Codling. Had Fight on Sunday. The fight took place on Sunday and seems to have grown out of the oppo sition of Fields to his wife, daughter of the Taylors, going out to take din ner with a relative. The evidence showed that Fields handled his moth-er-In-law; his wife and his sister-in-law in no friendly manner and that when- Codling, a boarder, undertook to rea son with Fields he was handed enough to hold him for a while. It was said by the witnesses that Fields struck Codling while they were in the Taylor ihome and that after Codling had left the house and was getting a drink at the hydrant in the yard. Fields fol- lowed him and beat up on him right Codling appeared in court In a much delapidated condition, with his head wrapped up, and showing to the full- jest extent that he was there when it happened. An attempt to make a case or assault and battery against Codl ing was a failure. Henry . Locke' was fined the usual amount for drunk qs were Edward Jones, I E. Gulllon and David Wil liams. Leonard Allison, who was charged with assault and battery, on Harry, Miller, proprietor of a cigar store and pool room near Eleventh and Main streets, entered a plea of guilty and was fined fl and costs. COUNCIL WILL MEET Nothing of great significance is ex pected to come before the city council at its meeting this evening. No im portant ordinances are pending and the business will be largely of a rou tine nature. . -To Address the Citizens at 0:00 O'cloch FOR CHARITY WORK Arrangements for carrying on the charitable work among the Richmond needy this winter have been made by the officers of the Associated Chari ties and on Sunday. October 23. sub scriptions will be taken up in the dif ferent churches whereby it is hoped to raise the required two thousand dol lars. The Ministerial Association prom ised its support in the campaign for funds. The members of the society will urge their parishioners to contrib ute freely. The ministerial organization also considered plans for world's temper ance Sunday celebration in Richmond. It was decided to hold the event in Wayne county on the second Sunday in December. The different pulpits in the city will be turned over to speak ers from the anti-saloon league. It is probable that the celebration will be along the same general lines as here tofore with addresses being made in the differerit Protestant churches in the morning and evening and with a big meeting in the afternoon. RALSTON TO SPEAK Samuel W. Ralston, one of the lead ing democrats of the state, speaks at Cambridge City this evening. There is little interest manifested in the meeting. It will be at the opera house. Ralston was one of the strong democratic candidates for the nomi nation for governor, but was shelved in favor of Governor T. R. Marshall. The democrats of the county held an organization meeting on Monday afternoon at which they also discuss ed the plans for the Ralston meeting. Judge Morris of Rushville, a candi date for the supreme bench, and John E. Osborne, the district demo cratic chairman, were present at the meeting. IT PLEASES BAKERS Local bakers are much pleased with the action of the state board of health In rescinding its order compelling the wrapping of bread. The adjustment of the differences between the board and the bakers was a sort of compro mise as the bakers agree, to deliver bread in covered wagons, protected from the dust and the flies and In compartments in the wagons which are kept in the cleanest possible man ner, and if carried in baskets these shall be sterilized.. Drivers will have to be very, clean and wihen handling the bread shall remove their drivers gloves. Drivers will also be prohibited from delivering bread to houses where a quarantine is established. GEM-HE TT Grahame Stock TO - MIGHT THE TWO ORPHANS ol Richmond and -AX THE r City Statistics ii ' Deaths and Funerals. McMARROW Malvlna McMarrow, aged 64 years, died at Logan, O., Sat urday last. The body , was brought here this afternoon and was taken to the home of Silas Hastings on East Ms.in street. The funeral will be held Tuesday afternoon at 2 o'clock from the Hastings home and Interment will be In Lutherania. Friends may call at any time. The Rev. J. F. Radcliffe will have charge cf the services. The deceased had for many years been a member of the First Methodist church. Until about a year ago she was a res ident of Richmond. DRIFMEYER William Drifmeyer aged 65, died about noon today at his home at 304 South Fourth Btreet The funeral arrangements have not 1 yet been made. . Births. Girl to Lewis Sheffer and wife, 317 North Ninth street Girl to Vernon Reid and wife, 18 Richmond Avenue. Girl to John H. Seefloth and wife, 400 South Eleventh street. Girl to William Kenney and wife, 401 South West Third street. HAVE HOME COMING Raleigh, N. C; Oct. 17. For the coming week, beginning today, the cities and towns of North Carolina will welcome back their native sons and daughters, this being the first "home-coming and reunion" ever held In this state. Raleigh and other cities have made elaborate preparations1 for the observance. . Scores of , visitors have already registered ' and the indi cations are that hundreds of former residents of North Carolina will be here for the festivities. Among those already arrived are some from Cali fornia . and other distant parts of the country. HE FILES A CLAIM Lee Pitman, an ice dealer of Cam bridge City, has filed a claim -in the probate court against the estate of the late Mat SheW, a saloon keeper for several years at that , place. The to tal amount involved according to the allegations of the claim is $511.87 on account, datjng back to 1909. -SOON you will be thinking and planning for the holidays, This year we will make a strong effort to supply things that are out of the ordinary. Electric Irons, EJectric Toasters, Electric Radiators, , Percolator?, Electric Chafing Dishes, Electric Warming Pads, Electric Stand Lamps, Electric Domes and com plete line of BATH ROOM SPEC IALTIES. 1 CRAIGH E A D Plumbing & Electric Co. 810 MAIN - "Abreast with the Times" ' ' ' Wayne County TO LEARH DEFICIT The deficit which the Fall Festival association sustained this year through the third annual festival prob ably will be definitely known by the officials of the organization at a meet ing this evening. Secretary Reller stated Monday morning that the bills against the association for the most part were in and that nearly all re ceipts of the association were now definitely known. No meeting of the executive com mittee has been called. The associa tion is more than pleased with the manner in which many of the mer chants and citizens have responded to the organization's' request for fi nancial assistance in order to de crease the deficit RED MEN HAVE GONE Delegates of Osceola and Hoken dauqua tribes of Red Men of the city left Monday noon . for Indianapolis where they will attend the great council meeting of the order. The most important matter which will be considered by the great council meet ing pertains to the property which the state order owns in Indianapolis. It is very valuable and the lodge believes that It should be remodeled or torn down and another building erected. The lodge is undecided- whether to construct a hotel or a lodge hall, or a combination building, suitable for both purposes. Among the attendants at the great council meeting is Fred Krone, the great sachem. Mr. Krone will attend the great council meeting of the United States later and it is expected that he will start on his way through the chairs to the highest po sition which can be given in Red Men Circles. ' TELL MEERHOFF YOUR HEATING TROUBLES For a Permanent Cure Phone 1236, for Plumbing, ;Heatlng A Lighting Get Measured Now : For Cist New Tailor-Kittle Sell at Woolley's. 918 Main JORDAN, M'MANUS & HUNT FUNERAL DIRECTORS V EMtALMER Automobile Service tor Calls Out of City. Prtvats Chapel and Ambu lance. . Telephone 2178. Parlors 1014 Malrt Street. Amateur Photographers, Start nf oht f - Insist en the genuine Kodak Goodsthe goods that have made pho tography simple and easy. Kodak means photography with the bother left out. Kodak System Is DAYLIGHT all the way. Get our Free Booklets that explain all. W. H. ROSS DRUG CO., 804 Main SL Now have a stock of the New No. 2A Folding Brownies. IFEE on Next E J J 'Holding Bennett Abbott, a bad col ored man from Greenville, Ohio, at bay with his hands raised over his head. Charles Radford of Whitewater, earned the reputation on Sunday af ternoon as being somewhat of a criminal catcher. Radford's weapon was a fence rail. The negro who had : once been shot and who was endeav oring to escape the Ohio authorities for shooting a man at Bradford Junc tion was entirely submissive to the primitive weapon. The negro, with a white man who was serving a jail sentence in Darke county jail at Greenville, Ohio, escaped on Satur day evening from that institution. They hid in the woods in Franklin township on Saturday night, but did not endeavor to hide their trail on Sunday and were noticed by several farmers, who notified the searching parties from Greenville. A DIVORCE ASKED.' Cruel and Inhuman treatment are averred by John W. Moon in a di vorce complaint against Clara E. Moon, filed in the circuit court on Monday morning. They separated on August 10th after a married life dat ing back to February 2Sth, 1900. - AimyWay you take It from any standpoint- the Pilgrim Heating System is a won der. FURNACE CO. S Main St. Phone 1390 714 to 720 t- Sth Phone 1688 with the Fall Festival rain came prices on Chicken Feeds. Good Wheat $1 .75 per 1 00 Old Fashion Wheat Screenings $1 .35 per 1 00 Cr. Corn, -.$1.50 per 100 Scratch. .. $1.90 per 100 Cni2rG.UIi2l2n Feed end Seed Stcre SSSocthCtZi st Phone 1670 - Music Furnished By Richmond City Band HimvEtlcBffl To AttttcBimdl its oooo oooo