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EICHMOND DAILY PALLADIUM, THURSDAY, JUNE 2, 1904.
TUBES. V The Finest Cleaner Made Cleans paint and woodwork. BLAZE AWAY Who cares? I'm fortified with an'"El orado" laundered collar, "The kind hat don't melt down." IE SIEGE BEGINS Japanese Open Active Oper ;u K ations Before Port Arthur. PREPARING THE WAY GARRISON IS ASSISTED Russians Driven South From Dalny and Kin Chou Give Aid to Be leaguered Forces. Gn. The Eldorado steam Laundry No. 18 North Ninth St. Phone 147. Richmond, Indian A FINE On Street Car Line In Boulevard Addition AT A BARGAIN W. H, Bradbury & Son Westcott Block. SEND Kuroki Deals Another Blow to Kuropatkin'a Forces Near Siametse. Che Foo, June 2 The Japanese land attack on Port Arthur has begun. Russian forces that were driven south ward from Dalny and Kin Chou by the Japanese are assisting the garrison at Port Arthur and the Russian navy has Joined the movement to repulse the enemy. Tokio. June 2. General Kuroki has completely defeated General Kuropat kin's forces near Giamatsi. All the Russian positions east of Hai Cheng Committee Headquarters Opened To day at Chicago Coliseum. Chicago, June 2. Elmer Dover, sec retary, and A. E. Fisher, a member of the Republican national committee, arrived in Chicago yesterday and were in conference with William F. Stone, sergeant-at-arms for the convention. Today they took possession of the her.dquarters established at the Coli Boura annex and began the work of assigning state delegation quarters and preparing a roll of delegates. Harry S. New and United States Senator Scott arrived here today to take an active part in the preparatory work of the convention. General in terest is being manifested in the work of the coming convention. While the assurence of the unanimous nomina tion of President Roosevelt to the first place on the ticket removes the inter esting element of pre-convention spec ulation as to the convention's action which usually marks this period pre ceding such gatherings, there is an element of uncertainty and a promise of rivalry for second place on the ticket which gives ground for conjee ture. There will be 960 voting dele gates to the convention territorial delegates not having a vote and as the majority rule prevails in Republi can conventions, it will require 481 votes to nominate. Should there be two or more candidates for this place the contest may be a memorable one. THROUGH FRENCH INFLUENCE For Sample Electric i. Compound. It may save your 1'fe. It prevents explosion of Gasoline and Coal Oil and makes it harmless as water. Impossible to explode when charged with my Electric Com pound. One samp'e will make abso lutely non-explosive 50 gallons of Gasoline or Kerosine, DIXIELAND CO., St. Louis, Mo. GENERAL Kl'ROKI. have been abandoned, according to the report received here, and several guns have been taken and whole squadrons of Cossacks captured. Will Great Britain Act In the Morocco Matter. London, June 2. It is learned that the British minister at Tangier, acting on instructions from the foreign office here, is co-operating with the French minister in the endeavor to secure the release of Messrs. Perdicaris and Var ley. It is believed here that if the captives' release is possible it can best be achieved through French influence. There is no intention at present to send a British fleet or squadron to Tangier, the view of the foreign office being that nothing would be accom plished thereby. Spain is fully in formed of the course of action being pursued. At both the foreign office and Spanish embassy it is said that Spain fully concurs with the British and American action in utilizing French intervention. By this means it is thought here that the sultan of Morocco will be enabled to bring such pressure to bear on Raisuli, the bandit chief, as to compel him to release his captives without necessitating the for cible intervention of either of the na tions to which the captives belong. RAILROAD ERRORS Mistakes That Are Made by Trav ellers. The causes of mistakes in travel ing are generally due to the person traveling. But it is strange that the most mistakes happen to those who travel most. Yesterday at the Union station an occurrence showed the fact that the most errors arise from a wrong assumption of knowledge on the part of the traveller. A woman, who wanted to go to New Paris, thinking that she "knew it all" ask ed when the train for Columbus, No 20, would be in and was told 4:50 The train she should have taken left nn hour before this. When No. 20 came in she attempted to board it and was infuriated and disappointed to learn that it did not stop at New Paris. This is one case of an error arising from the "know-it-all" habit and the traveller can only blame her self or himself. Another case was also shown yes terday, arising from this same atti tude and belief that you know more than the officials. A man who trav eled every day chose the wrong one nf two trains in the denoot. "Where are you going?" the brakeman asked T'll toll tlio onriAnotar when it IS 1 x 1, V. i V- v a x v m. - - - time," was the reply. The train nulled out. When about ten miles I from the starting point the conduc tor came around to collect tickets and fares. "Where do you go?" he inquired as the passenger handed him his ticket. "To Fowlerton," the passenger said. "That is not on this line, this is a Chicago train," the conductor said. The immediate re ply was "Why did not the brake man tell me?" This is only a sam ple, as is the above, of errors that cause delay and loss of time, patience and money. Neuralgia is cured by Sold by all Druggists. Send for Free Pamphlet to The Athlophoros Co., New Haven, Conn. E. B. Grosvenor M.D., Specialist OFFICE HOURS: 9 to 12 a. m. 7 to 8 p. m. 2 to 4 p. m.; SUNDAY to 12 colonial Building. 7th and Main Sts. EYE EAR, NOSE and THROAT SCIENTIFIC GLASS FITTING CI ELECT BOARDING Home like Menu. Rates Reasonable Mesda'es Smith & Conley 30 N. Eleventh St. London, June 2. No confirmation has yet been received of the reported heavy fighting near Port Arthur or with Kuropatkin's army, although the latter is not regarded as improbable. Rumors persist that court influence at Nasal CATARRH In all i:s staseo there should be c!eauiines9. Ely's Crcain Bnlsi cleanses, soothes and heals tfcs dica ed inciubr.aioj. ltcures ( n?.".rrh an-1 d: ives awiiy a cu.J la ihc Lead quickly. Cream llalm is placed Into the nostrils, spreads over the membrane ar.d is absorbed, flelicf is im mediate ar.Jl a cure follows. It is not drying doei not produce f nce.in. Iirge Size, 50 cents at Druj gists or y mail ; Trial Size, 10 centa Vy mail. ELY VIOTHEHS. 5i-. Warren Street. ew York Baltimore Mourns. Baltimore, June 2. The funeral of the late Mayor Robert McLane, who shot and killed himself last Monday, took place yesterday afternoon. After a brief ceremony at his late home the body was conveyed to Greenmount cemetery, where the interment was made. Thousands of friends and ad mirers of the lamented chief magis trate of the city filled the sidewalks with bared heads as the funeral cor tege passed en route to the cemetery. Millionaire Makes Complaint. New York, June 2. John R. Piatt, the millionaire octogenarian, who claims that $685,385 was obtained from him by Hannah Elias, a mulatto, by means of blackmail, has obtained through counsel a civic order for the woman's arrest. The order of arrest was placed in the hands of a deputy sheriff, who went to the Elias woman's home and was refused admittance by her lawyer. The lawyer said that his client was too ill to see anyone. Every Woman IS lniereBU-a rtui pimui'i mow about Hie wonderful MARVEL Whirling Spray The new Varlnal Syrlnr.. Injer- txonami Suction, isesi ai- et Most Convenient. Aak Tirar drnnrlat for It. If lie cannot supply the yhAg'''H'W'. M.tnfKL, accept no ither. hut Rend staum for Illustrated book ImI. It (fives fnil nan icnlnrs ami directions in valuable to ladies. .MAKVICl CO., Time Uldg., Sew York. rulr-.UFSTER'S ENGLISH iMAFK. AIwmyh rename IjMims itmh" N. .... cnu invri'H's KNfil.lSI! .in i&r.t un V. . I with h'ue rit.Um. 1 like nn ot her. Icrna Sga VVal inevrnu imtnuiioii ft fn trn. Buy ' your it.iKK.. " -nil "Kellrt Tor l.ndie.,in trr. ! r turn Mall. I MM tvtimonial. all I)ruzrii. t hlclieater t letnt.-ai J Mention tbia faiar Mudlaoa fuuaire. I'llli. - 1 - ft GENERAL A. N. KTJ ROFATKIW. St. Petersburg is being actively exer cised to induce General Kuropatkin to assume the offensive in an endeavor by a victory to retrieve the Russian military reputation. A St. Petersburg correspondent says: "A recent council of war decid ed that Kuropatkin should risk an en gagement. The emperor ratified this Judgment, even going so far as to au thorize the dispatch of troops from the German frontier to the far East on the ground that Germany was benevo lent and might be trusted safely. All hopes are centered now in Kuropatkin, who will make desperate efforts to save Port Arthur. Against these state ments must be placed the official con tradiction communicated to the Asso ciated Press and already cabled, that General Kuropatkin would move south ward. A correspondent at Tokio announces that non-combatants are quitting Gen san owing to incursions of small par ties of Russians into northeastern Korea. The situation there is not deemed a serious one. Opera House Destroyed. Sioux (Jity, la., June 2. A tornado struck Tekamah, Burt county, Neb., yesterday afternoon, destroying the op era house and badly wrecking several other buildings. Professor Barnes and the graduating class of the Tek amah high school were rehearsing for the commencement exercises in the opera house when it collapsed and all were injured, but none seriously. VTRrll M sJ In 1 to u J not iq utr.cturf. If'nt Vr vnt ontirtm. tfk ciBC;;.NATi(o.BJn MEN AND WOMEN, Cse Bii? i for unnatural li-hari:es. inflammations 'rritations or ulcerationt of m n c o u membranes i'ltiulexH, stid not astrin cent or poi-mious. Sold by nrutrclal. . sent in pluin wrapper l'V exnre. prepaid, foi fl .00. or 3 iiottl'-s J2.75. irmiar hi-ut on reques Dcri'T Be Fooleds Hie market it being tloodea With worthless imitations ot ROCKY MOUNTA'N . . . TEA . . . I To protect the public ve call especial attention to our iraae irark, printed on every pack age. Demand the genuine. For Sale h nil DruiCtt A WEEK Oil Burner. Ilnmta stores or furnaces; burns crude XT it r ie&v" i M Co tailor iw a or at JM. V An Unlikely Move. St. Petersburg, June 2. The war of fice does not believe the report from Tokio that a Japanese division has embarked for northern Korea to attack an alleged advance of Lieutenant Gen eral Lim vi'iC h's army. A high mili tary a-' ""!.?y points out that Line vitch wfld tovo had to march 300 miles over difficult roads, and to as sure supplies for that distance before he could get within striking reacli of the Japanese army. Cutting Down Expenses. Pittsburg, June 2. The Pennsylva nia lines are reducing operating ex penses to correspond with the present gross earnings of the system. It is announced that 1,100 men have been dismissed from the Panhandle and its various divisions, and others are to be let out as quickly as their services be come unnecessary. The Material Is There. Berlin, June 2. Ilenrik Sienkiewicz, the Polish novelist, is going to Man churia in search of literary material. "Rubbish" Says Foreign Office. London, .June 2. Rumors of media tion in the Russo-Japanese war caused a rise of half a per cent in consuls and a general upward tendency in the Lon don market yesterday afternoon, but the rumors have found no confirmation in diplomatic quarters. The foreign office characterizes the report that me diation is pending in the immediate future as "rubbish." TERCE TELEGRAMS The Mexican congress has adjourned. The esuite of the late Senator Quay is valued St JS00.01.0. The coinasr executed at the mint of the United Stai dm ing May amounted to I41,J5i, (65. The rumor that an attempt has heen made to a-;-a.-;inate Russian foreign Minister Lams dorfT is untrue. George Gonld has announced that he will not be a candidate for congress from a New Jersey district. President Roosovelt will leave Washington. July i. for his home in Oyster Hay, wliero lu will spend the summer. The Indiana shippers a-soeiation is coneider lnpr tho law nutliorizitif? the appointment of 11 state railroad commission. Congressman Joseph C. Pihley is the onW avowed candidate for tho tilar-e In the senate made vacant by Quay's death. Freil Sehmutz. of Akron, O., was sent to tlx workhouse for stealing flowers phiced hy hi wife on the grave of her two former liu-butid.s. The first national eon ventio:".. or f-on fere nee. of Younir Peoples Societies of tiie different de nominations, called the "Young: Peoples Mis ionarr movement" will be held at Winona Lake for ten days, beginning June 17. The 8,000 machinists employed in the compan ies that compose jhe metal trades association at Chicago, went on strike a a protest against the tea hour day. CHESTER. Decoration at Chester next Sunday afternoon. The following' program has been arranged ami, Avith a feAV additions, w ill be carried out: Rca Huber Avill deliver the memorial ad dress; recitation, Nellie Morrow; rec itatiton, Pearl Rothermel; recitation, Helen Hall: recitatiton, Dorothea Henning; song, Minnie Jones; talks by comrades; music by Chester choir; Mr. and Mrs. Frank Warfel, of Richmond, have been Aisiting at Will Wesler 's. John Burke is still seriously sick with pneumonia and Avhooping cough. Will Bennett does not improve much. John Albright and son Leslie are sick Avith Avhooping cough. The musical given by Clark's or chestra here Saturday Avas not as Avell attended as Avas merited. It was first class and much appreciated b' those present. Decoration at Goshen last Sunday Avas Avell attended. The memorial ad dress by County Superintendent Chas. Jordan is highly spoken of by every ml ... .1 4 one. me program was i uimuu- , out. Ollie Boernor's horses ran away twice in one day last Aveek. A pret ty good record for one day. C. IT. Bulla and family, Abner Bulla and family Avcre the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Will Morrow Friday evening. Mr Bulla gave all a fine evening's entertainment Avith his graphophone music. Thank you, come again. The question is being agitated of the advisibility of building a neAV church at Old Goshen. There is a large Sabbath school there Avith an enrollment of nearly one hundred. A meeting Avill be called to consider the matter. Mr. and Mrs. Wilmer Hall visited at Fiat on, Ohio, last Saturday. Wilson Kendall and daughter, CI n rn . attended the Sunday school convention at Greensfork. Mr. and Mrs. Amos Henning at tended memorial services at First M. Fi. church at Richmond Sunday. Harry Cntchfield is at Indianap olis. Benjamin L. Martin died Tuesday morning a. St. Stephen's hospital, Richmond, from injuries received a week ago. By the death of Benja min Ti. Martin Ave lose one of our old est and most honored men. Mr and Mrs. Ernest Martin, of In dianapolis. Mrs. Stella Legg, of Ha gersiown. Mrs. Xittv Hall, of Van View, Mrs. Jessie Greene, of Port land. Mr. Martin's grandchildren arc here. Every Wide-A wake Farmer who is interested in the news of his ttwn 'and county should, subscribe for a Good Local i Weekly Newspaper to keep hkn in touch with the do ings of his neighbors, the home markets, and all items of interest to himself and family. The PALLADIUM Richmond, Ind., will admirably supply your wants or county news ar.d ptove a wel come visitor in every household. Regular Price. $1.00 Per Year Every Dp-to-Date Farmer NEEDS A High Class Agricultural Weekly to give him the experience of thers in all the advanced methods and improvements which are an invalu able aid in securing the largest pos sible profit from the farm, aad with special matter fcr every member of his family. The New York Tribune Farmer New York City will po t you every week on all im portant agricultural topics of the day. and show aou how to make money irom the farm. Regular Price. $1.00 Per Year Both of these papers for one 'year for $1.25 if you send your order with the money to The Eichmond Palladium Don't be misguided into buying bread of a doubtful standing, wher you can buy Richmond Baking Co'f ideal and Mother's, "The Original.' ' None genuine without our name on the tag. RICHMOND LAWNS Would take on a beautiful green if Mertz's Bone Fertilizer were used now. Send or telephone your orders to Tom Mertz. Both 'phones 103, or Rural Route No. 8. Send in an or der for a sample if you want your ?rass to grow well next summer. We are the originators of the fa mous Ideal and Mother's bread and are the sole owners of the secret whh you can not get in any other biTiia. Richmond Baking Co. A 2c Ijox of Petro Pine Cold Cream free witli each box of Cros by's White Tar Soap This week only. 3-6t The bread thit is making Richmond famous, "Ideal" without a peer. Special introductory sale of Crosby's White Tar Soap this week 25c box of Petro Pine Cold Cream free with each box of soap. 23-6t Did you e-er see an imitation that was as good as the genuine article? Buy Richmond Baking Co.'s Ideal & Mother's bread, "The Original." HOSPITAL Sealed proposals wil! be woivei by the trustees of the Reid Memorial Hospital, Richmond, Ind., for the furnishing of material8; and perform ing all labor necessary to the erection and completion of a Hospital build ing according to plans and specifica tions prepared by John A. Haseeost ter, Architect, Richmond, Ind., until 2 p. m. June 21st., 1001. Bids will be received for the entire work complete, also for the various branches of the n-ork. Bach bid musi be accompanied by a certified cheel of ,G00.00 made payable to the trus tees of the Reid Memorial Hospital; to be forfeited in ease the contract is aAvarded to its maker and he faili to execute contrict and furnish bonds as specified, withia ten days after he is notified of ihe award for the faithful performan?" of the con tract. Plans and specifications may be seen at the office of the Architect.. Rooms 9 to 11, Colonial building; Richmond, Ind. Bids must be malj on schedule forms furnished by the Architect on application. The right is reserved to reject any and all bids. George II. Eggcnicyer, The success of Ideal and Mother's bread has been phenomenal. The se cret is all ours, and is baffling com petition. Remember that delightful flavor you have tasted. Notice of Appointment. Notice is hereby given that the un dersigned has been appointed admin istratrix of Edward Locier, deceased, late of Wayne county, Indiana. Said estate is supposed to be sol- Acnt. Catherine Locier, Administratrix. Wm. II. Kelley, Attoreny. 26-2-9 Don't take a substitute when it i just ns easy to buy the original and genuine. If compared, you would be satisfied that Richmond Baking Co.'s Ideal and Mother's bread has no competition. Chairman Bldg. Com. 31-3t. The Ladies of Fifth Street M. E. church will run an excursion to Day to soon. 1-3 1. Map of the World. A beautiful map, valuable for ref rence, printed on heaAp paper, 42x64 inches, mounted on rollers; edges bound in cloth, showing our new is land possessions. The Trans-Siberian Railway, Pacific Ocean cabyes, rail way lines and other features of Ja pan, China, Manchuria, Korea and the Far East. Sent on receipt of 25 cents in stamps by W. B. Kniskern, P. T. M., Chicago North-Western Railway, Chicago, HI. The North-Westen? 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