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THE RICHMOND PAIXJUJ1U2I AUD SUN-TELEGRAM, "WEDNESDAY, APRIL 26, 1911.
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"PANIC PROOF CITY"
Baa a population of 33.000 and
to crowlna. It la tho county
Boat of Wayno County, and tho
trading; contar of a rich aarl
rultural community. It la lo
cated duo t from Indlanapollo
mllao and 4 mllaa from tho
Richmond la a city of homoa
and of Induatry. Primarily a
manufacturing city. It la alao tho
jobblns contar of Eaatarn In
dlana and onjoya tho rotall trado
of tho populoua community for
Richmond la proud of Ita apian,
did etreete, wall kept yard'. Ita
camant aldowaika and boa ttlful
ahado trooa. It haa a national
Lanka, I truat companloa and 4
building aaaoolatlona with com
bined resources of ovor S.000,000.
Numbor of factorlao III; capital
tnvoated 17.000.000, with an an
nual output of S27.000.000, and a
pay roll of fl.700.000. Tho total
pay roll for tho city amounto to
approximately $4,300,000 annual-
There are flvo rallroaa com
panies radiating In eight differ
ent directions from tho city. In
coming freight handled dally. 1.
, 710.000 Iba.s outgoing freight
handled dally. 740.000 lbs. Tard
facilities, per day 1.700 care.
Number of passenger trains dally
t. Number of freight trains
daHy 77. Tho annual post office
receipts amount to f 10.000. Total
aaoeesed valuation of tUo city.
Richmond has two Interurban
railways. Three newspapers with
a combined circulation of 13.000.
Richmond Is tho greateat hard
ware. Jobbing center In tho state
and only aoeond In sen oral job
bing1 Interests. It haa a piano
factory producing a high grade
piano every. IS minutes. It la tho
' lender la tho manufacture of
traction engines, and produces
more threshing machines, lawn
BBOWora. roller akatea. grain drills
and burial caskets than any oth
er city In tho world, 9 ,
mSi. 0HT,t. hou" atlng $500.
' I Publlo ochoola andliaa the
flneat and moot , complete hlah
Mhool In the middle weet under
l ?:" Sn"iir fa?
tiro eompanlos In fine hoae
houses; dlen Miller 'park, the
. li'lf nd mo" beautiful park
: l0n7io-lMa.Kf taJrt""
, in Indiana, the homo of Rich-
tiotetat municipal electrlo light
plant, under successful operation
and a private electrlo llht plant.
Insurlna; competition: the oldYat
, publlo library In tho state, except
(1 one and the second largest. 40.000
'volumes: pure, refreshing water
; unsiirpassed: rnlles of Improv.
d troots: 4ft miles of sewersV 31
, mllea of cement curb and gutter
, combined: 40 mllea of cement
f walks, and many mllea ef brtck
; walks. Thirty ehurchee. tnclud.
.t rna tho njMMjmorl.l, bllt at a
S? ;t3IO.eo: Raid Memorial
nooalUl. one of the most modern
, la the state: T. M. C. A. building.
.St4 ?J "0. one
of tho finest In tho state. Tho
Bmnsoment renter of Kaatern In
dlana and Western Ohio.
No city of tho else of Richmond
holds as fine an annual art ex
hibit. The Richmond Pall Pee
tlval held each October Is unique,
no otbar city holds a similar af
fair. It Is given In the interest
of tho eltv and flnanood by the
uccoso awaiting anyone with
enterprise In tho Panlo Proof
7his Is My 47th Birthday
ALYMER M. HUNT.
Alyer Byron Hunt, member of the
Dominion house of commons, was
born In Bury, Quebec, April 26, 1S64.
and received his education In the
schools of his native place. Beginning
business as a carrlugo maker and lum
ber dealer he accumulated - a consld
erable fortune, which was largely in
creased through successful specula
tions in timber lands. Early In his ca
reer Mr. Hunt took aa active Interest
in politics and public affairs and In
1900 he was tho Liberal candidate for
the Quebec legislature, but was un
successful. Four years later he was
elected to the lower house of the Do
minion parllment. but the following
year the election was annulled. In the
bye-election and also In the general
lection of 1908 Mr. Hunt was again a
candidate and In both elections he was
Wednesday. April 26. 1911. Webb
Lodje No. 24, F. A. M. Called
meeting; work In Entered Apprentice
Friday, April 28. King Solomon s
Chapter, No. 4. R. JL M. 8peclal con
vocation. .Work In 11 ark Master.de-
Cexaamiaae' tad earthed
, There Is no doubt in any one's mind now that it is air over that
several individuals in Indianapolis would have saved themselves consid
erable trouble if they had followed the principles of the law in giving Mc
Namara et al a chance for their white alley.
There is entirely too much feeling nowadays that well-to-do men ac
cused of crime are given the best and others the worst of the law.
j Men claim that McN'amara should be treated "like any other prison
er." Yes but let us first be sure that all criminals are treated alike.
' Any injustice is apt to provoke lawlessness, whether this be lynching
in the south or the dynamite cases.
Let us also remember that Mr. Lorimer and Mr. Hines are showing
that wealth and Influence are still effective in courts of justice and that
tcourts of justice in America have turned themselves into legislators in
stead of interpreters of the law in some cases. (And some of these cases
are cases in which the rights of man and his labor have been involved.)
It Is a good time to go slow and to have real justice lest many men lose
respect for the courts a thing more fatal than the problem under hand.
W. J. Burns is a real man. Beside that a great many people are in
clined to believe he is a real detective. The little constable who per
formed tho remarkable feat of recognizing Burns while he .was on his
way to give himself up to the law on the charge of kidnapping felt this
when he burst out: "He is the greatest detective in the world and and I
After three days of Burns in action In the newspaper accounts one
rather has the idea that Sherlock Holmes and Raffles will be pale read
"The Inscrutable W. J." surpassed or caught up with them all when
he reposed for twelve hours in Room 664, while the ordinary consta
bles polished their badges. Burns "needed the sleep." He got it. Then
arrayed very carefully In a gray Prince Albert and with a stick pin for
the holiday affair got up and sauntered down the street.
The reason we all like that is because Burns did something which
appears in books.
It is like Sherlock Holmes in the gas chamber. You can almost scent
. William Gillette's lines: -
"My dear friends, why is it that you do not present more of a prob
lem. One would like a little diversion now and then. I will meet you
tomorrow morning in the prisoner's dock."
But with all that Burns is a man. There Is no '-- - ''- ""tern.
He is alive oh, so very much alive.
To Interject In all seriousness
There have been those excited ones who accuse Burns of being a "cor
Not on your life! Burns V. J. the Inscrutable, is a hunter of men.
It afforded him much more pleasure in fancy to grab Calhoun the friend
of General Otis the "higher up" in the California graft cases than it did
to arrest the McNamaras.
There is. one phrase which sums up Burns. It is bis own.
"What right have you to touch these papers?"
"I am Burns do you know me?"
CITY HALL NOTES
Under the direction of Street Com
missioner D. C. Genn, tarvia has been
placed on North A street from Sixth
to Eighth street Although not fully
settled the surface of the street ap
pears hard and looks to be very sat
isfactory. There is a disagreeable
odor now. but according to the city
engineer this will disappear soon.
The board of works has gone over
the streets with representatives of the
Richmond Street Railway company,
and the Richmond City Waterworks
company, regarding holes complained
of at the recent meeting of council. All
the companies guaranteed to repair
the streets, as per the direction of the
board. The Light, Heat and Power
company was not represented but, it
1711 David Hume, celebrated historian and political economist, born in
Edinburg. Died there, Aug. 25, 1776.
1782 Queen Marie Amelia, Vconsortof Louis Philllppe of France, born.
Died March 24, 1866. t
1831 Imprisonment for debt abolished in the State of New York.
1831 Charles Farrar Bronwne ("Artmeus Ward"), famous humorist,
born In Waterford. Me. Died in England, March 6, 1876.
1S54 England observed a fast day on account of the war with Russia.
1863 J. Wilkes Booth shot, and his accomplice Harrold captured in a
1880 Alexander Mackenzie resigned the leadership of the Liberal party
1906 Tho Canadian club of Toronto entertained Andrew Carnegie.
1910 Ujornstjerne Bjornson, famous novelist, playwright and poet, died
la Paris. Born In Osterdalen, Norway, Dec. 8, 1832.
..ALL READY FR BUDLOERS..
FROM THE TOP TO THE BOTTOM. FROM SHINGLES TO SEWER
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is understood it will carry out the di
rections of the city.
Frank Carter, assistant fire chief,
has seven fine young Boston terriers
at No. 2 hose house.
The board of works, city engineer,
clerk and controller have offices in
the council chamber at present, be
cause 6f the improvements being
made at the city hall. The rooms are
being painted, the roof rebuilt, and
other minor repairs made.
NEW I. O. O. F. TEMPLE.
. Houghton, Mich., April 26. The
handsome temple recently completed
for the Odd Fellows' lodges of Hough
ton was dedicated today with impres
sive ceremonies. Grand Master
Charles Ganshaw of Saginaw and oth
er officers of the Michigan grand
NEWS OF THE
Unions all over the country are still
giving New Jersey the palm for the
best labor legislation.
The international conventlon of the
copper plate printers will be held in
Boston in July.
Serious trouble is threatened among
the Bhop men of the Pennsylvania sys
tem at Altoona. a3 the result of the
retrenchment policy recently put Into
Strikes in Austria have been more
frequent during the past four months
than in the history of organized labor.
The recognition of the union is the
At the coming meeting of the Na
tional Association of Manufacturers,
it Is probable that one entire day of
the session will be devoted to the dis
cussion of the very timely and Impor
tant subject of accident prevention
and industrial relief. Addresses will
be made by men prominently identi
fied with the problem, and an Import
ant feature connected with accident
insurance will be the displaying of a
great number of lantern slides, illus
trating not only the experiences of
foreign countries, but of the United
States. The fact that fully 1,000,000,
000 persons are injured every year in
the industries indicates the vital im
portance of the subject to labor, cap
ital and the general public alike.
On May 3 a joint conference of the
freight handlers' organization of Bos
ton and representatives of all the
roads having terminals and steam
ship sheds in that city, will be held.
The workmen will ask for better wag
es and better hours. After the con
ference there will be another meeting
at which the representatives of the
union will draw 'up final requests,
making such additions or alterations
"as may have been suggested by the
conference, and these will have their
final presentation to the railroads on
Returns received by the New York
State Department of Labor show that
from 192 representative trade unions
in the state having a total member
ship of 118,000 there were reports of
increased idleness among organized
wage earners. The unemployment
was due to the condition of trade and
the strike of the cloakmakers in New
System Full of Uric Acid
. The Great Kidney Rem
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after heine treated hv several of the
J best physicians in Clinton, I did not
seem to get any better. I was confin
ed to my bed. . Seeing Dr. Kilmer's
Swamp-Root advertised. I resolved to
give it a trial. After using it for three
weeks, I found I was gaining nicely,
so I continued until I had taken a
number of bottles. I am now restored
to health and have continued my la
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Yours very truly,
W. C. COOK,
On this 13th day of July A. D, 1909,
W. C. Cook to me personally known
appeared before me and in my pres
ence subscribed and swore to the
above and foregoing statement.
DALE H. SHEPPARD,
In and . for Clinton County.
State of Iowa
Dr. Kilmer & Co
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FLASHES OVER WIRES
(American News Service)
Trinidad. Col., April 26. High de
gree Masons from all over Colorado
attended the dedication today of Trin
idad's new Masonic temple. The
building cost $60,00 and is of the fin
est edifices in the state owned by the
N. C. SUNDAY SCHOOLS.
High Point, N. C, April 26. Five
hundred delegates and visitors, includ
ing many religious workers of note,
are attending the annual convention
of the North Carolina Sunday school
association which met here today for
a three days' session.
AT ROBERTS' COLLEGE.
Constantinople, April 26. John R.
Mott. the well known American Y. M.
C. A. worker, is presiding over the
sessions of the World's Student Chris
tian Federation conference, which was
formally opened today at Roberts'
AMERICAN WATER COLORS.
New York, April 26. The 44th an
nual exhibition of the American Wat
er Color society was opened today
with a private view and reception.
The display is confined to original
work in water color, pastels, miniat
ures, etchings and drawings by Am
Edinburg, April 26. Public exer
cises were held today to commemorate
the 200 th anniversary of the birth of
David Hume, the famous historian and
political economist, who was born in
Edinburg, April 26, 1711, and spent
the most of his life here.
Lincoln, Neb., April 26. The Un
ited Spanish War Veterans, depart
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ARE MARRIED TODAY.
Allenhurst, N. J., April 26. The
wedding of Miss Pauline Stoutenburgh
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Frederick
Dodd Stoutenburgh of Newark, and
George Doane Smith, son of ex-United
States Senator James Smith, Jr.,
took place today at Fairholme, the
summer residence of the bride's par
NEGRO LAYMEN MEET.
Dayton, O.. April 26. A two days
convention of negro laymen of Ohio
assembled here today to promote re
ligious work among colored men and
to discuss plans for the extension of
foreign mlsionary work. -
A MEMORIAL DAY.
Atlanta. Ga April 26. Today was
observed as Confederate memorial
day in Florida. Alabama, Mississippi
and Georgia. The occasion was mark
ed by the decoration of the veterans
graves and the customary exercises
in all the principal cities and towns.
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