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Palla&iiiiiL THE WEATHER. Indiana Showers tonight, much cooler. Call on the Palladium fer Fine Stationery. V WEEKLY ESTABLISHED 1881. DAILY ESTABLISHES U lfJ78. RICHMOND DAILY PALLADIUM, THURSDAY, MAY 26, 1904. ONE CENT A COPY. r THE AIM r CONVENTION II ALICE BOOSEYELT Passed Through Here This Morning . En Route to St. Louis. Miss Alice Roosevelt, daughter of the President passed through this city this morning , en route to St. Louis from Washington. She traveled in a regular'Pullman sleeper on No. MISS ALICE GOOSLVELT. OF THE WAYNE COUNTY SUN DAY SCHOOL ASSOCIATION AT GREENSFORK t REV E.W HALPENNY State Secretary the Speaker of the Day Over Three Hundred Delegates Present. (Special to the Palladium.) Greens fork, Ind., May 20. The fortieth annual convention of the Wayne county Sunday School Asso ciation held its second session last night in the Friends' church. Over two hundred delegates are here from every Sunday School in the county to attend the convention, Avliieh prom ises to be one of the best, most inter esting and largest attended for some time. Richmond, Cambridge City, and the other larger towns of the county have the largest representa tion among the delegates. The trains yesterday ami this morning were filled with delegates and visitors and it is expected that nearly four hun dred will be here altogether. Rev. Fred Smith of this city, delivered the address of welcome yesterday after noon. His was a hearty address and made the delegates feel at home. E. F. Hale, of Boston, responded for the delegates in a few well chosen re marks. Miss Florence King, of Ches ter, Mrs. Mary Saxton, of Richmond, and Miss Elizabeth Smelser of Bos-, ton, read papers in the afternoon session, all of which were remarkably good. The township presidents made reports for the yetr, all of which were encouraging in the extreme, and the afternoon sessiow closed. Last night's program Avas one of ;fnrot Svlvester Jones, of :iciii Aiiviv. i. - ------- , Richmond, told of the "Conference of Superintendents of the Christian Church." His talk was excellent and j Found Guilty and was thoroughly enjoyed by the dele gates. Miss Mary Clark, of Center- ville, told of the "Conlerenee oi Teachers in the Methodist Church," which also proved very interesting. Devotional song service was the next on the program. The songs were all of the old fashioned, hearty vari ety and were sung with a will. Rev. Otis oE Cambridge City, delivered the address of the evening. His sub iect was "Some Sunday School Poin- FATHER OF ff. f . SGHDLTZ DEAD DIED AT HIS HOME LAST EVEN ING AT THE ADVANCED AGE OF 84 YEARS. WAS A PIONEER Of Early Times and Ran a Mill in Virginia During the Civil "War. Flour C.&1E OKI II TO THIS CITY SUCH IS ;the latest report EXTENSION FROM MUN CIE TO HAGERSTOWN. NEfcD OF THE LINE I Advantages '.of Connections at This Point -A. Splendid Road for bpur Merchants. FISH COMMISSIONER THIRTEEN KILLED Is Going to Enforce the Law Ar rests Made. V Preparatory steps are being taken ! for an extension of the C. I. & E. 27, arriving here about 4 a. m. In St. Louis she will be the guest of the Calvins, and according to the St. Louis Globe-Democrat of today will lead a strenuous life. Several par ties and balls have been arranged in her honor but beyond that there will be no demonstration. "She will be the same as any other guest," said Mrs. Calvin this morning" and we will meet her and take her to our home the same as any other guest of ours. George B. Schultz, father of W. W. Schultz. of the AVavne Works, died ! yesterday evening at his home, 303jfrom MuneJa to Hagerstown and the south eleventh street, at the age of lil)e has en surveyed and as Foon S4 vears. Besides his wife, Anna, he!as tlie letel" whldl C,nef E"' leaves but one son, Walter W. The is now at jwork on is completed art deceased was an old Virginian and j approximate . of the cost of the : formerly operated' a flour mill before j tension can be made. The new line and during the civil war in the Shen- ! crosses but -two streams and so thr andoah Valley, Va., and was allowed j moe' expended for bridge construe to run his mill unmolested because!1'011 wiU f9e smalL The line is 2' the armies realized that it was the miles lone and when completed w. l onlv opportunity that the citizens for ?ive an entrance over the Panhrndh; to Cincinnati, making, wnen com- EIGHT IJ1ED Indianapolis, May 20. Deputy Fish Commissioner New house of this city, yesterday at Co7 umbus arrested Township Trustee D S. Hill for having a tremble net in his possession. August Mahr of Bar tholomew county was arrested for having in his possession a minnow net thirty feet long and five feet deep Both men were taken before Mayor Parker of Columbus, and fined $25.50 and costs. IlilL it is said, has ofte boasted that he would fish any way he pi ease .1 nd escape arrest. The fish commissioner and game wardens throughout the state are go- (By Associated Press.) ing to make a vigorous crusade! iomsviue, ivy., 31 ay sm. iiiii-.een against persons who are catehinj were killed, three fatally hurt and black bass which are under length. jfive others injured by an explosion of The law says that no black basj1he boilers which totally demolished under ten inches in length can be tr j the tmv boat Fml wilsolb off Bivcr ken from anv stream in Indiana, aiu j view Park to,la-v- TIl lea,! Cal) that not over twentv-four of anyi,ain JosoPh Price Pittsburg; an un known man, believed to v.n xiom AS A RESULT OF THE EXPLO SION OF A TOW BOAT AT LOUISVILLE, KY. BOAT DEMOLISHED Cause of Explosion Unknown Win dows in Nearby Hotel Broken List of Dead. .3 miles around bad to grind their corn and wheat, lie and his wife moved to this city from Camden about a year ago to their present home in which he died. The deceased has been a consistent member of the Methodist church for about fortv vears The fu neral arransrements will be given to-1 Reports m Hagerstown and Mui morrow. W. W. Schultz, the son, who oio both sfem to favor this view and has been at Martinsville for a few j if this is Jo Richmond will have in ,i:1v rnpnnprnfin nftnr n lnno- niprP ! terurban running from a see'ioi: of inflammatory rheumatism has been called back home to attend his fath er's funeral. length can be taken in one day. Dm ing the last few weeks Mr. Xewhoust has been untiring in his efforts tc ! catch persons who violate the I- and in n iinmlmr rF 5 r. l. i pleted, a direct route from Chicago ic j Wn suceossfnI l mcinuati; lso there is a repor? which seems well founded that this extension but a "feeler" as it wen and that the line will really be ad var.eed tojlhis city from Hagerstown FORGER DDI MINTS El Will Get From Two to Fourteen Years. Portland, Ind., May 26,-Ptobert J. Knox, one of the smoothest forgers of modern times, whose trial hat been going on for the past week in the circuit court was today found guilty. He raised a check on the Greenbrier bank of Lewisburg, W. HAVE BEGDN where such a line is more needed than in any other direction. Hagers town, Greensfork and other cities along this route pour great crowds of ! people into: this city and if an intei- I urban is established it would pay t ter than either of the other two. Tn- jdianapolis anfif Dayton both draw on the other ti action lines and Richmond wDuldgettbe hulk of the trade.. Di rect connections could also be "retde with Indianapolis, Columbus, Ohio, and with Cincinnati by the .fasi AT i through trains, which do not ston at Hagerstown. Mr. Fremont Wilson -.s not yet been seen in regard to this matter but it is to be hoped that the C. I. and E. will advance their line to this city. If the Commercial Cub or some other improvement society j would take this matter up it is more Made the Argument for the Defense! than probable that we will get this Deputy Game Warden Iliff of th city lias his both eyes open for fish ermen who violate the law and some arrests are likely to be made, as it is understood there is considerable has.' taken out of the streams which ar under length. ML ESTABLISH FISHING STATION j Pittsburg; an insurance age.'.t travel ling with Captain Price; V:!!iair j Quinn, steward, of Pittsbv.rg: Albei t j Miller, pilot, of Pittsburg: Sherman jShiveley. second engineer, of I'itts jburg: cook, unknown; Joseph 'ar jren, colored, of Middlepovt, ). ; four j white deck hands, name-- unknown. The fatally injured are Kmnia Wil- jliamson, chambermaid; J- Letfer S couth, deck hand, of Wellsburj W. jVa.; Cliff Johnson, of Tyror. Pa; The injured are William Timrons, watchman: John Miller, of Alleghe ny, Pa. The boat was placing a tow at the landinsr when the explosion oc curred. Xo one is able to tcii he cause. The windows of the Whalen House were all broken. IN THE GILLESPIE TRIAL RISING SUN. ATTY. THOMAS T SHAY AND TRANSFORM A 5 MILE WASTE INTO -AEXmXEzL. VOUS FOR FISHES ALONG MIAMI RIVER IRS. HAS. BLOOM Died in Denver and is 'Buried ia-New . Madison Cemetery. Judge Downey '.s Firm Stand. The Latest Move of the C. C. & L, The Place Will Prove Very , Popular for Fishes. new line. tors altv is from two to fourteen vears. SIGNAL TIER " and he told ot various means, y f.om r)M to jtqOO. The pen- of increasing the etliciency and ai lnv schools and -of ways to make it more interesting to j the pupils. This address was an es-1 pecially fine one and was eagerly lis- j tened to. The address this morning j was made by Rev. Halpenny, State j Secretary, and Avas one of the best j ever given in this city.Today's list of j speakers includes Rev. Haw-ley of j East C.ermantown, Mi-s. Kva Brown, j of this city, Mrs. F. W. Halpenny, Indianapolis, Mrs. Emma Barton, Richmond, Miss Bertha Mikesell. Lynn. A great crowd is expected this even ing on the excursion from Richmond, it being estimated that over a hun dred will come up. The feature of the evening's program is the address bv Kev. Halpenny. (Py Associated Press.) Iiisinsr Sun, Ind., Mav 26. Judge 'Downey at the opening of court to- j day said he would cause arrests to j be made if there was any attempt at j I demonstrations during arguments.! iThos. T. Shay made the argument for the defense. He pointed to the hon " """ I orable antecedents of the defendants Was Carried on a Flat Car Through j and argued that the descendants of I such upright people could not plot an THE COMMITTEE Mrs. Charles Bloom of New Madi json, Ohio, died last Aveek in Denver, j Colorado, whither she had gone a ; few years ago for the benefit of her i health. The remains were brought to jXew Madison, Ohio, and the funeral and interment occurred last Saturday ' Mrs. Charles Bloom was a resident The Chicago, Cincinnati and T.ouis- I Gf ti,is city from her babyhood until ville K. 11. has granted the petitions ! her marriage to Mr..Bloom, and will of numerous Richmond fishermen and )0 wou aiui favorably remembered as others and will establish a fishim liss Clara Coulon. who lived at the Had Meeting Last Night to Consider Weighty Propositions. The special council committee ap pointed to consider the C. G. & R. franchise and the Fifth ward petition the City. station in the five mile stretch along the Miami River, which the line trav erses for that distance. This five mile stretch is popular with fishermen. There is now a station at either enc1 but it is a long tramp for a heavib laden fisherman to the center of this stretch. Valley View -will be the new station's name. It is expected tc transform this five mile stretch into corner of west third and Richmond avenue. She was a bright and happy girl Avith little symptoms of the dread disease that ended her existence. The deceased has many friends in this j city who Avill be pained to hear of her death. She leaes her husband and two sons to mourn her loss. ANOTHER TO BE AODEO assassination. The singular spectacle of an engine drawing a house on a flat car Avas witnessed this morning at the station. The old signal tower Avhich kas stood near the river bank for seA-eral years and which Avas abandoned Avhen the new tower Avas built, Avas loaded on a fiat car and sloAvly and cautiously the engine pulled its strange load out j to Richmond Junction, near the Fair Grounds, where the tower will again be put into commission as soon as; Hatton opposed it on the ground set up. The tOAver was very "wab-Lf the two churches not agreeing in PRESBYTERIANS The Question of Union a Mooted One (By Associated Press.) Buffalo May 26.-The question of union Avith the Cumberland Presby terian church Avas discussed at the Presbyterian General assembly today, nin!nct colnnna hod n monlinff 1fct . , . ... ,. n a pleasant summer resort as it has all night with the citv attorney tor the i . ... . . , ' . , . ithe necessarAr qualifications saA-e ho- purpose ot considering both proposi- I , . , . . m " , i . tels. It is working hard to get the tions. lhe committee would not give i . summer resort trade bT getting out COURT AFFAIRS On next Monday evening there will organize a new chapter of O. E. S. at Milton to be known as the Milton Chapter U. D. P. G. Patron, A. W. Ilempleman has been deputized to institute (his chapter and the officers of Loyal Chapter No. 40 of this city AA-ill go to exemplify the work. A special car on the interurban line will be run .leaving Richmond at 5 p. m. and leaving there on the return trip at 11 p. m. All are cordially invited. Mrs. C. A. Brehm, 41 north eighth street, will displav a large assortment of dress and street hats Friday an . Saturday at lowest prices. bly" and was held in place on the car by men and ropes. It is tAvo sto ries high. GOOD MEETING Last Night With a Better One in Prospect. The Knights and Ladies of Honor had a meeting last night at their hall, where work was had on tAvo can didates. The work was in the usual good form and greatly enjoyed. Two Aveeks from last night the grand offi cers of the state Avill be here and a big time is in prospect. The local lodge is in a prosperous condition. doctrine. Dr. Moffat and others ar gue that Cumberland church is ready to unite under a reA-ised confession of faith. There Avas much interest in the debate. out anything this morning but Ave learn from other sources that they are opposed to granting the C. G. & R. the right to come up south seA-enth street. HoweA-er, it is understood the matter Avas giA-en consideration. The committee did not complete its work last night, but will do so at a meeting to be held later on. The prayer of the Fifth ward peti tioners was taken up and given due consideration. The committee want to be just in the matter and will give both sides the benefit of their best judgment. pamphlets about the Bass Lake and now starting a resort. PICTURE WANTED By Mr. Ed Dalbey of the Pirst Pan handle Depot. Edward Dalbey is making picture? for the Art exhibit at Garfield build ing. What Mr. Dalbey Avants is a picture of the first Panhandle depot in Richmond. SeA'eral pictures of the old depot Avere taken and Mr. Palbey would like to get hold of one. CROP CONDITIONS Prom the U. S. Department of Agri culture. Frost of IGtb caused slight damage, rain and Ioav temperature until Fri day; corn planting interrupted and late; wheat and old clover promise light crops; potatoes, oats, young clover, and other grasses doing well; peaches promise plentiful yield in some localities, in others none; out look for o'her fruit good. , FATHER BYRNES His Lecture at St. Mary's Hall To night on Ireland. Tonight Rev. Father Byrnes or Lafayette, will lecture "at St. Mary'? hall on the subject of Ireland from personal knowledge. Father Byrne? comes here under the auspices of the Ancient Order of Hibernians, he be ing on the National directory of that, order. He is a fine scholar and an or ator of considerable note. Those who are interested in Ireland should hear Father BArnes. DEATHS AND FUNERALS Thomas John Thomas died yes terday at EasthaA7en at the age of 40 years. The remains were taken to Ma rion for funeral and interment. A Few Items Gathered From Various Sources. Emma S. Cook filed complaint against Patrick Miles on appeal from Justice Abbott's court. It is a question involving the rental of property. A marriage license was issued to Vernon Hosier and Anna M. Miller. Letters of administration have been issued to Martha Harris on the estate of Sarah C. Overman, deceased Bond $1,000. Judge Kupe in is Rushvile today. There was nothing in circuit court todaj. x Treasurer Spekenhier in on the sick list today and is confined to his home. G. A. R. All the Memorial Day Committees are requested to meet this (Thurs day) eA'ening at the G. A. R. hall, to complete arrangements for the ob servance of Memorial Day, May 30th.