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RiOHMOND DAILY PALLADIU11, FRIDAY, MAY 13, 1904.
THE RIGHMOND PAbLsADIUM
MEMBER ASSOCIATED PRESS
PUBLISHED DAILY AND WEEKLY. EXCEPT SUNDAY.
AT 922 MAN STREET.
CENTRAL UNION
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James R. Hart. Editor.
s M Rutherford, Business Manager
John S. Fltzglbbons. City Editor.
REPORT OF STATE CHARITIES.
LABEL
JAPANESE LOSE ;
FIRST WARSHIP
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IN THE WAR WHILE REMOVING
MINES FROM DALNY A
TORPEDO BOAT
RUSSIANS FEEL THATD
Czar Should Give the Country a
Constitution Russian Fleet
Bottled Up. v
Through the courtesy of Mr. Timothy Nicholson, the Palladium was
furnished an advance copy of the Fourteenth Annual Report of the
Board of State Charities. This is quite a volumionus report, embracing
275 pages in all. Indiana has become famous for her work in systematic
charities. There are thirteen state institutions that come under the gen
eral supervision of the Board of State Charities. They include the hospi
tals for the insane. Soldiers' Home at LaFayette, Soldiers' and Sailors'
Orphans' Home at Knightstown, institutions for the deaf and dumb, blind,
feeble minded youth, state prison, state reformatory, reform school for
boys and the school and prison for girls and women at Indianapolis. The
general supervision of the board is not limited to the above named institu
tions but extends to county jails, pauper asylums, orphans' homes, etc.
Some of the interesting features of the report are: (1) every one of the
state institutions has a balance left in its treasury that is the expendi
tures were less than the appropriation. (2) In ten years from 1890 to
1900, the increase in the number of inmates in the state institutions has
been from 5400 to SS39, or an increase of 03 per cent. During these ten
years the state has increased in population only 14 per cent. There are
many other interesting features about the report that space will not per
mit the mention of here.
This report speaks for the great state of Indiana as one of the fore
most states in the Union in taking care of the unfortunate. Her thirteen
great institutions are monuments of love and protection for the criminal,
insane, incorrigible, feeble-minded and poor. They reflect great credit on
tbe people of our great eommomvealth.
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organ ' and the state of the blood is back of it all. ttatur baa her own way of warning us of tbeauycoaUi of riltsnr. Here
are a few ut hex danger signals. ,
, SiGNS OF BAD BIGOD '
Indigestion. Headache, Coated Teegue, Backache, Sallow Complexion, Pooy Appetite, Exhaustion, Biliousness. CoosdpBtloa
or Sleeplessness. - .
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ALFORD DRUG CO.
HYIN OF THE WEST
World's Fair St. Louis, 1904.
(By Edmund Clarence Stedman.)
O thou, whose glorious orbs on high
Engird the earth with splendor
round,
From out Thy secret place dnvy nigh
The courts and temples of this
ground !
Eternal Liht,
Fill with Thy might
These domes that in Thy purpose
grew,
And life a nation's heart anew!
Illumine Thou each pathway here,
To show the marvels God hath
w rou ght
Since first Thy people's chief and
seer
Looked up with that prophetic
thought.
Bade Time unroll
The fateful scroll,
And empire unto freedom g:ve
From cloudland height to tropic
wave.
Poured through the gateways of f' e
North
Thy mighty rivers join their tide,
And on the wings of morn sent forth
Their mists the faroff peaks divide.
By Thee unsealed,
The mountains yield
Ores that the wealth of Ophir
shame,
nd get
flame.
(By Associated Press.)
Tokio, May 13. The Japanese tor
pedo boat, No. 48, was destroyed
while removing mines from the vi
cinity of Port Dalny yesterday.
Seven men were killed and seven
wounded. This is the first war ship
the Japanese have lost in the war. ;
Rome, May 13. A secret dispatch
from St. Petersburg indicates that
losses in the far east are attributed
to the present faulty organization of ;
the country and it is the strong feel
ing that the Czar should grant the
country a constitution. This it is
said would make it possible to
arouse enthusiasm and create an ar
mv sufficient to brine: an early vie- ,
tory.
IN YOMME
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RICHMOND SHOE CO.
Krippendorf &
Dittman's
Hani Turn and Extension Sole,
like Cut,
s. zrew fipja
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And gems en wrought of seven hued '
Lo, through what years the soil hatli
lain
At Thine own time to give increase
The greater and the lesser grain.
The ripening boll, the myriad
fleece '
Thv creatures grae
Appointed ways;
League after league across the land
The ceaseless herds ovey Thy hand.
Thou, whose hiuh archways shine
most civ.i-
Above th. iilenleous western plain.
Thine ancient tribes jrom ru n d the
sphere
To breaMie quickening air are
fain,
A iid smiles the sun
' o sef! r.-.ide one
Their brood throughout Earth's
greenest space
Land of the new and lordlier race!
Seoul, May 13. The Russian squ-
adron at Vladivostok was practically
bottled up by by the Japanese fleet.
Japanese scouting vessels are watch
ing the hai'bor. I
Shanghai, May 13. The United1
States cruiser New Orleans has left
here for Chefoo.
Why shouldn't the deed for a com
fortable home be made out in your
name ? Do you know how easily you
can have it so? Don't you believe that
it will worth your wule to come and
see me and learn about it ? Have helped
hundreds, will help you.
T. R. WOODHURST
For Style, Fit, Wear, and Comfort they can't be beat.
Sold only at
RICHMOND SHOE CO.,
Feltnmii & Deukcr. Corner 8tli and Main.
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Harmeier's
Is the place of lliem all
to tmy your
I WANT TO SELL
a good 6-room House, Barn,
all in good repair, located
ou North Third street, for
1,450.C0
h's That Man Morgan
8th and North E
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Reduced Fares to Carthage, Mo., via
Pennsylvania Lines.
Low fares will be in effect to Car
thage and Joplin, Mo., via Pennsylva
nia Lines, May 17th to 23d, inclusive,
account Annual Conference German
Baptist Brethren. Ten days' stop
over at St. Louis "World's Fair allow
ed. Get further information from
local Ticket Agents of the Pennsyl
vania Lines.
FRESH EGGS
We guarantee tlieiu
always. We have
tliem engaged from
special people and
know they are right
We give trading stamps
0. A. Harmeier
Phone xxix
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Simple and Easy to clean.
JONES hardware Co.
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The largest line of 5c
CALICOES, GINGHAMS and
MUSLINS in the city
OPEN UNTIL TEN O'CLOCK S AT U It DAY NIGHT
The Ra
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The New Tan Shoes
For Men WeVe just received a fine assort
ment of Tan Shoes and Oxfords for men
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We intend that this one day sale shall be the greatest ever held by this progressive, bargain giving store. Not only will the prices be a great inducement, but our
geneious offer of about a month ago will be repeated, that is. for one day only, tomorrow. Saturday, May 14, we will give
Three stamps with every 10c purchase, for instance:
A $10 purchase entitles you to $30 in stamps
A $20 purchase entitles you to $60 in stamps, etc.
Here is another opportucity for stamp collectors to fill their books at a very rapid rate and secure one of the beautiful presents offered by the M. P. S. Co.'s enlarged etamp store on South Seventh St.
Green Trading Stamps
INSTEAD OF
ONE
BARGAINS IN EVERY DEPARTMENT FOR SATURDAY We mention only a very few of the special offerings.
BOYS' SU ITS A special lot of boys' 2-piece suits in fancy and plain sloths, fully worth
$3 and $3.25. Saturday's price
MEN'S SUITS We offer for Saturday an exceptionally strong line of suits, regular
$12.50 and $J3 values, for p
A great assortment of suits at $5, $6, $7.50, $9, $10, $12.50, $15 and up.
LADIES' WALKING S KIRTS A few more of those $3, $3.50 and $4 Walking
Shirts left, to be sold tomorrow at
LA D I E S' TA I LO R E D S U ITS Made in the newest styles of fancy novelty cloths,
nicely made and trimmed and good fitting. A bargain at our regular price $7.98, but
for Saturday we place them on sale for
CARPET Rocnm Specials Seate The first carpet cut from a
See our All Wool Ingrain Carpets at 50 cents a yard.
THES railroad stobe
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