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.raJla THE WEATHER. Indiana Fair tonight and Sunday, probably showers in the west. era Chicago, May 28. Wheat 96 corn 46y8, oats 414. p-1 "WEEKLY ESTABLISHED 1881. DAILY ESTABLISHES u 1878. RICHMOND DAILY PALLADIUM, SATURDAY, MAY, 28, 1904. ONE CENT A COPY. I SENATOR QUAY PASSES AWAY ONE OF THE BEST CITIZENS OF THIS COUNTRY DEAD. A SPLENDID LAWYER Philadelphia's Leading Citizen Surrounded by His Family And Friends. (By Associated Press.) Beaver, Pa., May 28. All of the immediate family aie now in Senator Quay's home awaiting the end. Miss WERNLE DAT I Will be Properly Tomorrow. Observed sw, mm J Wernle Jay is always an occasion for a celebration here a dav on which the generous hearted help the orphans who X are being cared for by this X most excellent of institutions. Excursion trains will bring J many strangers into the city, a great many of whom will pat X ronize the home and help fill its treasury. A large number of our people will attend also and make the day one to be remembered. TO CLASSIFY EL AMATEUR TEAM S WITHIN 75 MILES FROM CINCIN NATI IS THE LATEST BASE BALL REPORT RICHMOND IN LIST Jessup is Urged to Organize a Star Ball Team Composed of Local Material. I- 'if MATTHEW S. QUAY. Annie Pennypacker of Washington, and W. E. Wright of Philadelphia, until recently private secretary of Senator Quay, arrived today. Beaver, Pa., May 28. Senator Quay died at 2:4S p. m. JURY DISAGREED IN BILLlSPIE CASE AND RETURNED A VERDICT TO THAT EFFECT AT 10:40. RETURNED TO ROOM By the Judge to Further Consider the Matter Court Room Crowded. An organization of all first class amateur teams within a radius of seventy five miles from Cincinnati THE FIELD MEET ENDED IH FIGHT AND THREE RICHMOND BOYS WERE ARRESTED-DAYTON TOUGHS STARTED IT GOT RICHMOND BANNER And Locals Defended it A Deplora ble Affair Richmond Easily Won the Meet Summary. S1.000 REWARD. With drums beating and flying col ors the high school track team and a party of its warm adherents left for into an association which will allow j Dayton yesterday morning. With col- leach team to act independently of the ;ors torn and with three of the mem- others, is the latest step in the base- bers of the team out on bail and ball world of this vicinity. This pro- forced to appear in police court this posed organization has only a few j morning, the team, or a part of it and teams as yet and is mostly on paper! some of the adherents returned last but the backers feel confident thai ; night. The Si The Indianapolis Star will pay $1,000 for information deliv ered to its editor which will lead to the arrest and convic tion of the MURDERER OF MISS SARAH SCHAFER at Bedford, Ind., Address the Editor. The Star, Indianano- lis. All communications will be confidential. -X-X--X-)X-X4C--Xvr WRIGHT AIRSHIP when the terms are proposed many j torn however feat, for the from the first two classes, A and B. It is probable : gun. After the meet however Dayton managers will sign the agreement. This association will be formed into colors were not on account of de meet was Richmond's firinsr of the starter's PLEAD GUILTY To Being an Incendiary He Had Been Drinking Heavily. (By Associated Press.) Marietta, O. Joseph James was ar rested at Waverly, W. Va., last ev ening for firing the Strecker livery barns. He made a confession today. He also said he had burned the sta bles of Ward and Logan at Parkers- MAKES TRIAL TRIP NEAR DAYTON YESTERDAY, AND EXPERIMENT IS SUCCESSFUL. PROPELLERS BROKE However, in the Descent The Broth ers are Confident of Its Ul timate Success. . ; (Special to the Palladium.) Dayton, May 28. Messrs Orville and Wilbur Wright, the Dayton in ventors of an airship, are said to (have completed another successful ex periment, which took place between Dayton and Richmond yesterday af ternoon. It will be remembered that he had been drinking heavily. that Richmond wil have a few teams in B class and from latest reports will have a star team in the A class. This latter, it is rumored, will be un der the management of Clarence Jes sup, the well known polo and baseball player. He is being urged to organ- disgraced itself. The Richmond team and party were marching from the dressing rooms to the car, about four squares away. On their arrival at the ear a crowd of Dayton toughs and rowdies, the kind that keep the police court busy, was on hand and THE HUSBAND TELLS STORY ize a team on the same basis as the j after a few word scuffles, attempted (By Associated Press.) Rising Sun, Ind. At 10:30 the de i fendanf was broTic'ht into the 'crowd-i ed court room on the announcement that the jury was ready to report. Held By History Students of High I Ten minutes later the jury presented to the judge this report: School. To illustrate the workings of na tional nominating conventions the American History Class of the high school this week held Republican and Democratic conventions. The candi dates were placed in nomination in prepared speeches and in the ballot ing each student represented a state In the Republican convention the ad ministration of President Roosevelt was endorsed and Roosevelt and Fairbanks declared the nominees, the latter winning over Senator Foraker, Congressman Hitt and lion. John L. Webster of Nebraska, In the Democratic convention the 2-3 rule was abolished and the report of the credentials committee inserting William Jennings Bryan was voted down. On the seventh ballot Mayor McClellan of New York was nominat ed for President. For Vice-President Joseph W. Folk of St. Louis was named, winning by a vote of 14 to 10 over Mavor Harrison of Chicago. !We, the jury, have agreed that we cannot agree. "Signed, Ira Powell, Foreman." The judge said he could not at this time accept this as a verdict and asked the jury to return and resume consideration of the case. old Entre Nous, the Hamilton Krebs, the Indianapolis Reserves, and oth ers of a high class in the amateur line. Richmond has some good ma terial for a baseball team, as Avas proved by the success of the Entre Nous and the fans here have about become disgusted with the slipshod management of affairs. PBESrCASSATT G. I DONALD VERDICT As Seen by Supt. Gormon of the Metropolitan Force. Will be Here June 13 Annual R. & I. Inspection Party Due Here Soon Notes. A. J Cassatt, president of the Pennsylvania, will be a world's fair visitor on June 13, apartments hav ing engaged for himself and party at the Buckingham clnb. He will leave Philadelphia on the evening of June 12, and will be here the after noon of June 33. to seize the banner. The Richmond boys rallied around and a free for all fight was enghged in during which the banner was torn and coats were ripped. A merchant nearby telephon ed for the police, who came but hav ing exacted a promise of further good behavior, released them. The mer- (Continued on fourth page.) IN EUROPE tlm first siipfef nl tn'n was mndp in burg. He save no reason' except that;Xorth Carolina last falh The ma i chine has been modified since that (time but the changes are mostly I merely technical and really of small account the machine still retaining its former shape, which the inventors I believe to be the best. The machine 'was shot from the track, rising near ; ly fifteen feet from the ground, and !sped along for quite a distance, fall i intr on account of the lack of gaso !line to furnish the power. A deplor iable accident took place, however, in the descent. The brothers were not I able to check the descent quickly J enough and the machine struck the 'ground with such force that the pine (propellers were snapped short off. HER 'Hereafter a harder wood will be used, ! as this jar on striking the "round is ! the thins: that has caused most of Took iliA o Aeon f C 1111V U VlUtlll Orville Wright manned the ma chine, Wilbur looking . after the ground work. Much secrecy has been ! observed in makincr the experimental WM. McGEE SAYS HE IS NOT RESPONSIBLE FOR HIS WIFE'S ACTION ALWAYS GOOD TO Left Without Warning and Household Goods Away. :urrr -J?' .S? " ' Many Richmond Teachers Will Sp?nd Their Vacation. A large party of Richmond teach- The Palladium told the story ex trine i vi nr1loi' ilmf 1 'l rrro prftwrla elusiyely yesterday of ilham Me-j nnf a inlerfere with Gee being deserted by his wife fhe Thp brolhers are known story was true and Mr. McGee feels , pml)ryo HvaK very badly over the predicament in ; wouM not'lieititate to break the winch he is placed. There is nothing ' rnacliine gained by going over the history of a , m ThT'success of these former Rich man's or a woman's wrong doings. ; momliteR is noticP(1 1)V the peo. The subject was a matter of public. , , , . o ... mn spend the coming vacation in i gossip and the facts in the case were ' , . , , , i- o , v 1 . 1 ,r , , , chine mav turn out perlect. Europe visiting many of the leading given. Mr. McGee savs he deplores. cities and other points of mter?st. j the whole matter very much and says' The party consists of Miss II. M.. jthnt he is in no way responsible for; Jones, principal of the Sevastopol inS wife's actions. He says he al-1 school, Miss Emma Hough and M'ss ways treated her with the utmost Magdalene Schultz of Garfield school ; kindness and consideration and al- Miss Emma Leeson of the Warner ! w.-i vs .:i f her pvci v cent he earned. School, Miss Anna Sehulz and M;ssire savs ne has taken his children to Grand Rapids & Indiana officials j p,oy(i pf Hibberd school, and Mrs. mother's home where they will be j are this week going over the line on j Mary Schulz and daughter, Dora won eared for and he will provide j their annual inspection. They are Schulz. ifm- tUir pwtv tippiI. As to his wife FIGHT STILL ON Dr. Davis Still Trying to Get a Pub lic Slaughter House His Idea When McDonald was arrested atin? in what is known to the ' i m i a t Ail rc 4 1 - cl nn tyi 1i o - y"l "- ' ' Bedford for the murder of Miss Schaefer. Supt. Gormon said to a i Palladium representative that Mc- I will carry several persons comforta- Donald was no more guilty of thatjRv and enable them tot stop at any I murder than he was and no jury (point on the road for inspection. W. I would ever find him srniltv. He also B. Stinton, general manager, heads for Antwerp on June 11th, retur i: initiated as the "steam hand car, a small car propelled by steam that! thp first, week in Rentember. Thev will spend much time in Belgium, The party will sail from New York jie says he will get along without her. TWO ROBBERS Killed at Cleveland-dieted. -Embezzler In- said that the authorities made a mistake in trying to fix the guilt on him, for the reason that there was nothing on which to build any hope of conviction, and while they were dickering with him the real murderer was getting farther away. Superintendent Gormon savs: "You (By Associated Press.) Cleveland, May 28. Special Detec tive Wilson pursued two men who were found robbing the B. & O. freight yard to the river. The men sprang in. Wilson fired and both sank. It is supposed that they were struck by bullets. Cleveland. ()., May 2S. The grand jury indicted Geo. F. Clewell, former- the party, which is due in this city in a few days. Trains 20 and 27, recently put on between New York and St. Louis over the Pennsylvania in opposite direc tions, and. which haul only a dining car, a baggage car and four sleeping ' i T 1 1 1 can make any man look guilty, and ; coaches, are proving so popular mat when Detective Reed said he looked, the company has decided to add tv guilty after he had been accused and I additional sleeping cars, making a pumped for information, it was a j train of six. The train promises to surprise to no one who makes a study j be as popular as a similar train run- 'of criminals. The McDonald trial i mug between .New ork and Chicago, was a waste of time." She left him on her own accord and he will sav nothing of her faults. Holland and Germany, and will also i visit many important poins of inter-! est in Italy, France, Switzerland and I England. Mrs. Schulz and her daughter wrill spend some time among relatives near Berlin. It is the plan of the party to make long stops at several important points, that the journey may be one of rest and pleasure as well as study. SEAT OF WAR (By Associated Press. ) St. Petersburg. No attempt was ly of the Federal Trust company for! made to conceal the fact that the embezzlement of .1S,00() of the com pany's funds. put on several years ago, and it is thought by the officials that the pa tronage of the St. Louis train will be as good that this service will be continued after the exposition is ov er. It is made up of the best Pull man equipment, and is practically new. Both of these pass through i here. NARROW ESCAPE DR. T.HENRY DAVIS Will Attend the Meeting of the P. B. H. He is the Indiana Delegate. From Accident A C. C. and L. Train Derailed at Peru. DPw. PEARCE DEAD. (By Associated Press.) Steubenville, O., May 2S. Dr. F. Savary Pearce, a prominent Phila delphia physician, died here last night at the home of his father, from nervous collapse. He had written standard works on nervous and men tal diseases. Russians must now retire within Port Arthur and prepare to withstand the siege. Washington, May 2. The Japan ese legation has a dispatch saying, "Our troops on the 24th captured fifty guns and much other property. The enemy's dead left on the field numbered four hundred. .Our casual ties, including dead and wounded, are estimated at three thousand. DOCTORS Of Richmond Will Attend Meeting of A. M. A. Several physicians of this city, in cluding Dr. Davis, will attend the meeting of the American, Medical As sociation at Atlantic City, June G-7. They anticipate a pleasant trip. Union, and from ever ycountry of South Africa. The chief object of the meeting, from the present outlook A very narrow escape from a seri-j will be to suggest legislation on the ous accident was experienced a few! subject of sanitation. Several fine pa- Dr. T. Henry Davis is still trying to get a public slaughter house, over two miles away from the city and the fight is certainly a commendable one and the idea if carried out would work great benefit. The slaughter houses are objects of grewsomeness at their best, the way they are car ried on, and Dr. Davis' idea would do away with a great deal of this. He, stated this afternoon, favors a public slaughter house, built specially at a distance of over two miles from the city. The city to build it and to Dr. T. Henry Davis, the city health ihave rents so low that butchers can officer, will leave shortly for Wash-juse it at less than they could ington to attend the nineteenth an- jbiuld one themselves. However able nual meeting of the Provincial Board jand good the fight is, it is thought of Health. He is the delegate, and the that the Abbatoir company will work only one, from Indiana. The meeting j as much good as a public slaughter, takes place June 3-4 and representa- j house. This company has just been tives will be present from every j incorporated and will do away with a Canadian province, every state of the great deal of what under the old re gime, made the slaughter house dis trict verv undesirable. miles south of Peru yesterday after noon, when the C. C. & L. passenger train to Cincinnati jumped the track, but kept upright and did not go down the embankment. While the train was at full speed a pers will be read. n DNAFERS HOMING PIGEONS. Quite a little attention was at tracted this morning by four crates truck on the engine tank broke loose j of homing pigeons that were at the and was overrun by Hie trucks of the ; Union station. The pigeons came first car, causing almost the entire1 from Pittsburg and were taken from train to be derailed. The passengers were shaken up badly, but all escaped. Baggageman Walsh was bruised, but not seriously, and kept on the run. Conductor Beckshnltz and Engineer Dresser were running the train. this city to Greenfield, Ind., on No. 301. At Greenfield they will be liber ated and they are expected to fly back to Pittsburg. There are about two hundred and fifty of the birds alto gether; - Terms Were Not Accepted for the Release of Perisardis. (By Associated Press.) Washington, May 2S. The .Kid nappers of Perisardis and Stetson in Morocco have submitted terms for ransom and the state department de cided that they are entirely impossi ble of acceptance. .