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RICHMOND DAILY PALLADIA WEDNESDAY, APRIL 6, 1901.
FOUR. THE RICHMOND PALLADIUM! MEMBER ASSOCIATED PRESS PUBLISHED DAILY AND WEEKLY. EXCEPT SUNDAY. AT 922 MAIN STREET. CENTRAL UNION HOME TELEPHONES : 4 21 21 ENTERED AT RICHMOND POSTOKFIOK AS SKCOND-CLA8S MATTER Dally delivered by carrier to any pr of the city for six cents a week. SUBSCRIPTION RATES: DAILY KOutslde city, six months, in advance outsiae city, one moiua, in auvnuco . - Outslde city, one year, in advance a w WEEKLY By mall one year, $1.00 In advance. -- . Wn rrT T c a IT at any time to get your paoer from your carrier, you will con- 1 M Villi h rt I I . i n,nhllnir tha r fH fa h v lflnhnt" 11. jl - il n in';u j v au t ' ' y . jjjames R. Hart. Editor. t 5 M RUtneriora. Business Aianayoi (John S. FitzglDbons. City Editor. -h . "The great cause of tlie failures a nd the shortcomings of both our local and "eneral government, lies in a failure to hold them to that work which is the primary justification for the establishment of any government what soever. ' ' So says the New York Independent, and this is exactly true. It mav require a second reading to find out just what this means, but on examination it will be found to express the truth of the matter. But what does it show? What good does it do to say this or to admit that it is true? There is a failure to hold either the local or general govern ment to a certain work. Admit it. But what is the cause of this failure? The lack of a common purpose among the people. And what is to bring about this common purpose? Preaching? This seems to be the only thing, and we have been preaching this way ever since government began, and the tendency seems to be rather away from a common purpose than toward it. True, the socialists and the communists are advocating a theory of government in which a common purpose is assumed, but riot even in the local organizations of the advocates themselves is this common purpose to be found. And every practical test shows that it is impossible to bring about this community of purpose. What, then, is anyody going to do about it all? . ALLUSIONS ODIOUS. Louisville is having a school sensation or rather a sensation in her public schools. Prof. Parks of the Manual Training school is alleged to have made a reply to a question, asked by a Hebrew student regarding "Good Friday," that has stirred up the Hebrews so that they are to prefer charges against the teacher, or at least, have an investigation. The student asked win; the school was dismissed at noon instead of 2:30 p. m. as is the custom, and added, "Is some one dead?" Prof. Parks is alleged to have made the following answer: . VV "Well vou ought to know who is dead. You helped kill him. ! The clock in theeathedral steeple points to 3 o'clock. That's the hour when Christ Avas crucified, and you know the Jews. were responsible for the cru cifixion." . , If Prof. Parks did say this, he ought: to seek some other vocation. He has neither the manners nor dignity that belongs to the ideal teacher in our free public schools to which all children are admitted on equal footing and' which all taxpayers, irrespective of creeds, support. We are often asked about. Japan, her area, .population, -wealthy etc. We print the ; following from Worlds Work -which will give .-the desired information: ' J. ' ; ' ; '?;, The empire includes 3,000 islands, stretching nearly 2,900 miles. -i. Area, 161,153 square miles as large as the North Atlantic states... Coal the chief wealth 9,000,000 tons mined in 1901. Textile production increased from $9,000,000 worth in 1S86 to $86, 000,000 worth in 1901. o The popidation in 1900, 44.805,937. . Day laborers receive 20 cents a day, women servants 84 cents a month, men servants $1.36 a month, women farm laborers $8.50, men farm la ers, $15.96. . f. ' )) One hundred and eighty daily papers. This shows Japan to be nearly fhe. times as large as Indiana and ex tremely conspicuous for wealth and population. V The written examinations for the Cecil ' Rhodes scholarship for In diana will be held at Indianapolis on Wednesday, April 13th, and will continue Thursday and Friday, if necessary. This examination is in no sense competitive, but simply to give assurance that the candidates are qualified for the responsions, the first examinations demanded by Oxford for the bachelor's degree. Dr. W. Bryan, of Indiana University, is chair man of the Indiana committee, and will send circular number one to any person desiring it. . , ' The features about these exami nations that commend them are the requirements. No matter who your ancestors were, or how much money you have, your passport to the honors, conferred by the Rhodes scholarship, is through culture and character. f '.. In reference to his defeat the oer-'day, Major Steele said: '"When it comes to a final analysis, I was defefeated because I did not get votes enough to be nominated." The contest left the major with no sore toes. Such men will be honored some time. This is so much better than to quit the party because some other candidate was recognized by his fellow voters. Sir, Walter Raleigh once said: "The nation which controls the Isth mus of Darien is master of the world." The United States does not ex actly control the whole isthmus, but does control a path across it. Uncle Sam does not wish to control the world, but will assist in advancing the civilization of the world when the "big ditch is dug." Taking Desperate Chances. It is true that many ?onTact colds and recover from then without taking any precaution orroV.M.ent, an-i a knowledge of this fact leads others lo take their chances instead C giving their colds the neeilct attention. It should be borne in mind that cvfry cold weakens the lunsr, lowers the vitality, makes the system less able to withstand each succeeding col t and paves the way for more se:o:is diseases. Can you afford to take such desperate chances when Chamber lain 's Cough Remedy, famous for its cures of colds, can be had for a trifle? For sale by A. G. Luken & Co., and Will. Sudhoff, corner fifth and Main, "Ideal Bread" is delivered fresh to the groeei every morning. Insist on having it; take no other. Don't forget to look for the Red, White and Blue label when buying bread. "Ideal." You should have " Ideal Bread" on the table morning, noon and night, then you have done a duty you owe your stomach. State of Ohio, City of Toledo, ss. Lucas County. Frank J. Cheney makes oath that he is senior partner of the firm of F. J. Cheney & Co., doing business in the city of Toledo, County and State aforesaid, and that said firm will pay the sum of ONE HUNDRED DOL LARS for each and every case of Ca tarrh that cannot be cured by the use of Hall's Catarrh Cure. FRANK J. CHENEY. ' Sworn to before me and subscribed in my presence, this 6 th day of De cember, A. D. 1886. . (seal) A. W. Gleason, Notary Public. Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken inter nally, and acts directly on the blood and mucous surfaces of the system. Send for testimonials, free. F. J, CHENEY & CO., Toledo, O. Sold by all druggists, 75c. Hall's Family Pills are the best. Tags taken from Ideal and Moth er's bread are good on the free voting contest to St. Louis World's Fair. Have your carpets taken up, cleaned and laid by tlie Monarch Laundry. JUNIOR LEAGUE CAMBRIDGE' CITY ENTERTAINED BY MRS. TROUT AT HER HOME YESTER DAY AFTERNOON. NEW CEMENT WALKS Being Placed Around Home of Rich ard Scott News of the Day. R. W. Hall left yesterday morning on a business trip in the interest of the National Drill company. Carl Chapman is having his house, on east Main street, east Cambridge City, remodeled, which, when com pleted, will make a very modern resi dence. Everette Bates, of Liberty, was in this 'city on business yesterday. Mr. and Mrs. Matt Shew visited relatives in Richmond yesterday. Richard Scott is having cement walks placed around his beautiful new residence, on east Main street. Mrs. J. B. Routh left yesterday for a short visit with friends and rela tives in Indianapolis. Ralph Tague will work as day op erator at the Jackson hill telegraph office for a time. S. B. Fisher attended the show in Richmond Monday evening. Mrs. Trout delightfnly entertained the members of the Junior league at her -home, on Mulbery street, yester day afternoon, from 3 to 5 o'clock. Games were furnished for the enter tainment of the younger members, while the others enjoyed a guessing contest, in which pictures represented songs. The league now has a mem bership of about forty, and does splendid work under the management of their faithful leader, Mrs. Trout. Arthur Cornthwaite and .family, after a few weeks' visit with rela tives here, returned to their borne in EI wood yesterday. . ,; ; Miss Mav Bradburv was in Rich mond yesterday. , , ' Mrs. John Dodson made a business trip to Richmond Mondav. George Furrey, of Indianapolis, was in this city on business yesterday. Miss Muriel Converse entertained a number of friends Monday evening in "honor of Miss Virginia Claypool, of Muneie. Mises ate Drischel and Retta Doll visited friends in Dublin Monday. Ernest Votaugh is sick with the measles. Mr. Gaar will open his music store in the Dasher building Saturday. Jacob Wiseman and family, of north of this city, visited friends here yesterday. Ray McKeon, of Greenville, Ohio, arrived here yesterday to assist Wes ley Cornell as bricklayer this season. Mrs. Ferd Romer is visiting her parents in Muncie. The B. M. C. 's held a business meeting at the home of Miss Edith Doney last night. Helen Garvin is wrestling with a severe attack of. the grippe. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Hastings, visited friends in New Castle Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Rioe Morgan of Dub lin were the guests of Mrs. George Stonebaugh Sunday. The Pythian Sisters will serve the supper at the dance given by the J. O. of B's Friday evening. The dance is to be strictly invitational. The Penny Club will meet with Mrs Vickery Wednesday evening. The Poccahontas Lodge attended a convention in Richmond yesterday. The Guild will hold its next meet ing Wednesday afternoon, with Mrs. G. Stonebaugh. Mr. and Mrs. K. P. Diffenderfer entertained a number of relatives at an elegant dinner Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Miller have re turned .home from a few days in Winchester. Miss Lillian Wright visited her mamma, Mrs. T. G. Wright, in Rich mond Sunday. . Mrs. M. M. Calloway entertained a number of friends and relatives at dinner Sunday. Mr. August Boden made a business trip to Straughans Saturday. Charles Ault of Hagerstown visited his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Lee Ault, Sunday. Mrs. Rieser and granddaughter, Miss Hazel Holland of Knightstown, are the guests of Cambridge City friends. John Ball of near Lewisville visited the boys here Saturday.; 0 Mr. and Mrs. Howard Elliott of New, Castle spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Douglas Hollowell. EaymonI E. Swallow' was over from Earlham to spend Sunday with Raymond Biser. Mrs. Benson and Mr. Miller, Pru dential agents, were in Lewisville on business last Saturday. Mrs. Charles Bailey and son John visited friends in Connersville Sun day. The Helen Hunts Club will have a thimble party at the beautiful home of Mrs. Harry Bond, next Monday af ternoon. . The club took in four new members, Mrs. George Doll, Mrs. Wil lard Petro, Misses Muriel Converse and Mary Mathews, at the last meet ing. Miss Hazel Fisher visited her grandmother in Richmond Sunday night. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Petro of Indi anapolis visited relatives here Sun day. Mr. and Mrs. C. W. D. Jones and son, Herman, spent Sunday with rela tives in Campbellstown, O. Harry and Carlyle Diffendorfer re turned home Sunday from a few days visit in Columbus, Ind. The Ladies' Aid Society of East Germantown gave an Easter bazaar Saturday afternoon and evening. The ladies received a liberal patronage, clearing about fifty dollars. The young people of Dublin are thinking seriously of giving a com mencement dance. Mrs. Charles Barnett Barnes of In dianapolis visited Miss Jennie Bar nett Sunday. - Miss Flossie Hazelrigg will enter tain the Bon Ton Musical Club Fri day evening. The program will be as follows: Life of Cecelia Chaminade Bessie Brooks. , "The Flatterer," by Chaminade Clara Van Ausdal. "Air De Ballet," by Chaminade Flossie Hazelrig. , " Sears Danzse" by Chaminade Alma Hull. Life of Leschetitzky Edna High ley. "Mazurka De Concerte," by Les chetilzky Alma Garvin. "Song of Spring," Leschelitzky Ina Enyeart. Life of Chopin Agnes Pusinelli. "Spring Song," by Mendelssohn Clara Van Ausdal. "If I Were a Bird," by Henselt Agnes Pussinelli. Barney rLinderman, trustee . of Clav township,, is , visiting in .the city, and while here he left thematter for the programs for tlie graduating exercises of Clay township schools, which will to be held the 22d of this month. Manager Wanted. . Truthworthy lady or gentleman to manage business in this country and adjoining territory for well and fa vorably known house of solid finan cial standiag. $20.00 straight cash salary and expenses, paid each Mon day by check direct from headquar ters. Expense money advanced. Po sition permanent. Address Manager, 810 Como Block, Chicago, 111. l-21t I ill El OLD FOLKS AT HOME Are Never Without Peruna infty House for Catarrhal Diseases. D.-WATSON, ' Clovis, Fresno . i Ma,andMRS.SciJWAIfDT7 i'i ! "God bles.s yeu for what you have done for me. The rheumatism has all disappeared, and to-day all exclaim, 'How well you look!' I tell them yes, and I owe it all to Dr. Harlman for his good advice to me. To-day finds me as free from pain as I ever was. The rainy season has set in here, but the change hasn't affected me as it used to. I am very thankful that I have found out that you can and will help the suffering ones that will follow your advice. Several have asked me what curd me, and I tell them. They get the medicine then. We keep Peruna in the house. My daughter has two sons, and they keep well and go to school, and they take the medicine every day. " My wife was troubled with a pain Mrs. Alia Schwandt, Sanborn, Minn., writes: - " have been troubled with rheuma tism and catarrh for twenty-five years. Could not sleep day or night. After having used Peruna I can sleep and nothing bothers me now. If ever ant affected with any kind of sickness Peruna will be the medicine I shall use. My son was cured of catarrh of the larynx by Peruna." Mrs. Alia Schwandt. Why Old People are Especially Liable to Systemic Catarrh. When old age comes on, catarrhal dis eases come also. Systemic catarrh is almost universal in old people. This explains why Peruna has become so indispensable to old people. Peruna is their safeguard. Peruna is the only in her side for years. Xow she is taking I remedy yet devised that meets theso your medicine and is real smart. I will do all I can for you and for those who need your advice." , . Mr. Jno. O. Atkinson, Independence, io., Box 272, writes : "Your remedies do all that you claim for them, and even more. Catarrh can not exist where Peruna is taken accord ing to directions. Peruna completely cured my wife and I of catarrhal troubles of twenty-five years standing. In my loUnds a,3 a traveling man I am a walk ing: advertisement of Peruna." cases exactly. Such cases cannot be treated locally; nothing but an effective systemic rem edy could cure them. This is exactly what Peruna is. If you do not receive prompt and sat isfactory results from the use of Peruna. write at once to Dr. Hartman, giving1 a full statement of your case and he will be pleased to give you his valuable ad vice gratis. Address Dr. Hartman, President of The Hartman Sanitarium. Colnmlws. C. HOTEL NOTES The following are registered at the Wesfceott and Arlington hotels today: Westcott Horace Boyd, New Cas tle, Ind.; V. A. Bowman, Columbus, O.; W. L. Howis, Indianapolis; H. Meyer, Chicago; W. A. Desmore, Bos ton; C. O. Woods, Columbus, O.; J. E. Berry, Washington, D. C. ; C. M. Kelso, Dayton, O. Mrs. Rose Bradley, Warsaw, Ind.; Mrs. Margaret Sopper, Noblesville, Ind.; Florence Blair, Decatur, Ind. These ladies are the prominent of ficers in the Degree of Pocahontas. They were here for the purpose of giving the unwritten work of this order. Arlington C. S. Anderson, Chi cago; G. W. West, Cincinnati; J. W. King, Indianapolis; R. Ford, De troit, Mich.; Arthur Wolf, Indi anapolis ; L. H. Price, Akron, O. ; J. H. Moss, Cincinnati. MARKET Quotations From O. G. Murray's Ex changeClosing Prices Chica .jHiKgo Market. Wheat. May ..... .. MYi July ... S6 Corn. May 553 July 52" s Oats. May 39- July 38 Pork. May $12 95 July 13.12 . For Sale cheap, a baby cab. 103 nor tli 20th. axe ira -'-a irir jEtLO-iSL JD ; ' S317,G2EFiLIE3 2g Beginning this week we will be open on Monday, Wednesday and Saturday nights, instead of Monday Thursday and Saturday, as heretofore. Note the change from Thursday to Wednesday. LADIES, YOU SHOULD SEE OUR NEW WHITE GOODS An unusually pretty collection of everything desirable in the white goods line is being shown in our Dry Goods Department. From the dainty, gauzy materials through to the more substan tial Oxfords and Vestings, we show a very attractive white goods stock No matter what your fancv may dictate to vou this season, if it's pretty white goo 3s you want. COMF TO THI5 STORE. WE CAN PLEASE YOU . . . . . . ,mo We mention a few items with prices for your consideration- BEAUTIFUL WHITE SILK MULLS Every piece new ttis reason. Special values at 39c and 45c Also in black, cream, blue pink, chmpagnes and other evening shades. PERSIAN LAWNS An exquisite showing at all prices. See our leader at, per yard. 25c KM ORGANDIES The best qualities in the city at Q C per yard, 12Jc, 15c and 1JC WHITE GOODS FOR DRESSES The regular staple line of white gdnds la about double what this store has ever carried. All new designs and special good values. SPECIAL. A regular 15c and 18c value In white n goods for, per yard Q FRENCH SWISS A very fine delicate ma terial. See our leader at . . : 12ic WAISTINGS A most elaborate display of the very newest designs in fancy Brocaded white mercerized 79c Walstings. To see them is to buy. zoc, sac, 4oc, ovc, cue ana . OXFORD WAISTING Anew creation. ' Suitable for vests, waists or jackets. In the new cham- rr , pagne color DCJC HOHESPUN S UITINGS The very newest and nobbiest materials for ladles' spring suits is this genuine lmnrrfl Irish Homespun. A decided novelty. Woven of pure wool and Irish linen. Full 64 in. wide, price $1.50 yd OUR TOWEL SPECIAL All this week. 3 for 50c, for regular 25c each, all linen Huck Towels &ix4G inches, with white or colored wavy border. SHI Famous '-RE 1 SEAL'-' Ginghams. Another case of those pretty ginghams, a yard. We say, a yard Red Seal" always sells at 15c i2'c Don't overlook our Clothing, Shoe, Carpet and Ladies' Ready-to-wear Departments when readv for tliw irnoi We are In position to save you some money. M. P: Green Trading Stamps THE RAILROAD STORE M. P. Green Trading Stamps If J I V