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tl 11 PalladHifliM. THE WEATHER. Indiana Fair tonight and Fri day; Call ,. on the Palladium for Fine Stationery. WEEKLY ESTABLISHED 1881. DAILY KSTABLISHE u 1870. RICHMOND DAILY PALLADIUM, THURSDAY, JUNE 9, 1904. ONE CENT A COPY. C. C. & L. BRIDGE IS HOT 111 WAY ANOTHER CAUSE FOR TROUBLE OF THE I. & E.-THE RIVER BRIDGE UNSAFE FOR HEAVY INTERUBAN CARS And They Should Not Go Over Them I. & E. Must Come in Some Other Way. The controversy that is holding up the through traffic between Columbus, Ohio, and Indianapolis, Indiana, seems to have discovered another cause for itself, namely that it is not the C, C. & L. bridge that is the cause so much as the bridge over the "Whitewater, which, it is feared, would not bear the weight of the numbers of heavy interurbans that would pass over it were the C, C. & L. bridge raised. As the bridge was built solely for wagon and street car travel and as there have been many fears as to its strength expressed, it seems as though council takes this as its reason for refusing to order the C, C. & L, bridge raised, as the interurbans would run over this bridge if the C, C. 0. & L. one were raised. Some time ago, when a committee of business men called on the council to have the bridge l-aised, the council appointed an investigating committee, which reported that even if the C, C. & L. bridge were to be raised, the bridge over the Whitewater would not be quite safe. This is thought to be the reason that the council was holding out against the Indianapolis &. Eastern traction company until the latter should have access over the. C, G. & lt.-bridge or shalhbuild one of its .own. xXhe Jucr Jii: omeiais rae h , expecting that the vray out of the difficulty will be shown by the fact that the I. & E. is desired to enter the city over a bridge other than the Main street one, on account of the unsafeness of the latter. CARDINAL SATOLLI Arrives at New York From Genoa. (By Associated Press.) New York, June 9. Cardinal Sa tolli arrived today from Genoa. He BATTLE AT DINVLLE NAKAGAffA JAANES E ARTIST Cardinal Satolli. comes to this eountry to visit the Catholic institutions and be present at the St. Louis exposition. DR l HOUSE THE PUBLIC PARK IRON FENCE TO BE RE MOVED AND BENCHES ADDED ACTION OF THE COMMISSIONERS BETWEEN THE TROOPS AND UNION MEN-ONE MINER WAS KILLED. FOURTEEN CAPTURED The Record Office Was Wrecked Miners Secreted Behind Rocks And Trees. (By Associated Press.) Cripple Creek, Colo., June 9. Mat ters are quiet today after a night of intense excitement, due to a battle at Dunnville between troops and Union 'men in which one miner was killed and fourteen captured, and wrecking the Daily Record office by a non-union mob. There were two hundred soldiers and deputies in Dunnville during the battle, all of whom es caped injury, though fired on by six ty five miners secreted behind rocks and trees. Cripple Creek, June 9. Geo. R. Ivyner, proprietor of the Victor Rec ord, whose plant was destroyed by the mob, says he will resume publica tion as soon as possible. He estimates the loss at $8,000. Although the offi cial organ of the Union, the Record has denounced violence, and its last issue favored the calling off of the strike. HIS WORK ON EXHIBIT AT THE GARFIELD SCHOOL BUILDING. WORK ENTIRELY IN WATER COLORS Ten Pieces of His Work on Exhibi tion at the Art Exhibit. ! : I H. J. BANES Highly Honored Received an Appointment. Some time since extended men tion was made in the Palladium j X of the pictures of Mr. Hachiro j T Nakagawa, the young Japanese artist whose work attracted so j X much attention in Boston several T vears aco when he first visited this i , country in company .with another young Japanese art student, their ex- j hibit being made in the Boston Muse-! um of Fine Arts of that city, a very j conservative institution, so that it j was a compliment to the merits of Mr. Nakagawa 's work to have it so auspiciously introduced to the Ameri- j can public, or that portion of it, as he had previously exhibited in De troit and later in the Corcoran Gal lery at Washington. He returned to this country in October last exhibit ing in Detroit, Toledo, Columbus, In dianapolis, and one or two other cit ies in this section and several of his (Continued on fifth paga.) County Auditor II. J. Hanes received the following interest- ing communication: Republican National Conven- tion 1904, Chicago, June 21. To Mr. H. J. Hanes: You are hereby appointed assistant sergeant-at-arras of the Republican National Con vention. Please signify your accept ance and report for duty at convention headquarters, Chi cago, not later than 10 p. m. June 18. Yours truly, Wm. F. Stone, Sergeant-at-Arms. (Seal.) A PARON S PHILOSOPHY People From the Country Who Have Business at Court House Can Recreate. WINONA LAKE ASSEMBLY Attractive and Instructive Program For 1904. The Winona Assembly and Sum mer School, "Winona Iako, Intl., en ters upon its tenth year with flatter ing prospects. Although early in the season, many people are already on the grounds, and the hotels now open are fast fill ing with guests for the season. The twenty-fifth Annual State En campment of the G. A. R. of Indi ana, also the twenty-first Annual En campment of the Woman's Relief Corps and the Eleventh Annual Con vention of the Ladies of the G. A. R., will be held June 14-16. This encamp ment will be held at both Winona Lake and Warsaw, a beautiful town two miles distant, and connected by the Winona Electric and Pennsylva nia railways. The principal meetings will be held in the large auditorium at the park. Governor Durbin has accepted an in vitation to be present, with his staff of twenty-five, and will take part in the parade on Wednesday, June 15. Preparations are being made to en tertain at least 20,000 people. Oother large meetings in June will be the National Convention of Young People of the United Brethren church (Continued on fourth page.) Some time ago there was talk about making a public park out of the court house grounds. The project was not taken seriously at first, but from time to time the county commissioners have been asked to take down the MAN PAGE The Portrait Artist of Boston, Has Three Pictures at Art Exhibit. The pictures of Mr. Walter Gil- man Page, the well known portrait fences and turn the place into a j painter of Boston, are among the best breathing place for the citizens of J canvases to be seen at the current Richmond and Wayne county. So art exhibition altho' they are hung at much was the pressure brought to j a surprising disadvantage consider bear upon them that yesterday they ! ing their importance and merits. Mr. decided to take down the fences, at Page, who is put down in the cata the court house and make a park out logue as from Indianapolis, is a New of the grounds. Englander by birth and a native of It is the intention of the eommis- j Boston, and was merelv in Indianan- JACK GALLAGHER Station Master at Little Rock, Ar- - kansas. Mr. John Kenney, who is in the city, says that while in Little Rock, Arkansas, he met Jack Gallagher, who was formerly a Richmond police man. Mr. Gallagher is now station master of the Rock Island at Little Rock, under Mr. H. I. Miller, former Iv of Richmond. The invitation is a fine speci men of the printers' art. It is an engraving at the head of which is a picture of the na tional capitol and on the left side is an eagle, with the flag and shield. It is quite an hon or to receive the appointment, but it is one deserved, as there is no better man nor more ar- J dent Republican than Mr. Hanes. He will accept the hon- or and report for duty at the proper time. TEACHERS TO EUROPE THE LECTURE DELIVERED AT FIRST M. E. CHURCH LAST NIGHT BY DR MADISON SWADENER He Has the True Theory of Life And Cheeringly Imparts it. Dr. Madison Swadener delivered his lecture: "A Pastor's Philosophy, of Life" to a full house at the First M. E. church last night. The lecture was preceded by two musical num bers, a violin and a vocal solo, both of which pleased the people very much. The speaker himself was in perfect form, put at his best no doubt by the size and makeup of the audi ence which greeted him. Dr. Swaden er 's view of life is well set forth in his opening words: "I'm glad I'm here." He sees a large and growing field for the professional services of the eheer-up-i-dist, and has evidently joined those duties to the regular line of pastoral work. The lecture fairly bristles with healthy, clean, up-to-date fun. As he says himself, it is something of a liver regulator and does one good clean through. The long faced Christian has lost touch with the spirit of Christ he thinks, and is overdue in the hereafter. No rainy new moon for a month goes with the lecturer. Let the corners of your mouth go up he saj's. He is a little bit of a Christian Sci entist, not quite that maybe, but then a good deal of a scientific Christian and knows upon what intimate terms the soul and the body have to live while they stay together here below. Dr. Swadener is favored with that happy faculty which discovers the sil ver lining, of the darkest cloud and makes the most of it. He is an opti mist and thoroughly believes in both preaching and living the gospel of MOTION WAS sioners to place several benches and rustic seats about the grounds, place a few electric lights here and there, and place in an appropriate place a fountain whose sparkling waters will cool the air and quench the thirst of those who frequent the park. It is also intended to be a resting place for the people of the county who come to the city and have to spend their waiting minutes or hours, as the case may be, in stores and up on the streets. Here in this park, for which they pay taxes and help to sup port, they can feel as if they are rest ing on their own ground. It will no doubt become a popular resort. CEOAR SPRINGS The Hotel Will Be Opened About the 20th. According to the New Paris Mirror the plan now is to open the Cedar Springs Hotel about June 20, if pos sible, and from present indications it wilj be possible, LEVI LEITER Father of the "Corn King" and La dy Curzon Died Suddenly. (By Associated Press.) Bar Harbor, Maine, June 9. Levi Z. Leiter, pioneer merchant of Chi cago, died here suddenly today of heart disease. He Avas .the father of Lady Curzon and of Joseph W. Lei ter. He was a member of the firm of Field, Leiter & Co. olis for a few months last winter painting1 portraits of well known per sons of that city, notably, Judge An derson of the Federal Court, Mrs. Holtzman, wife of Mayor Holtzman, J and the Rev. Owen Davies Odell. Mr. Page's full length canvas shown here, "Portrait of a Young Lady," is conspicuous for its brilliant use of pigment and the unconventional pose, the white draperies throwing in to fine contrast the admirable texture of the flesh. "Old Man Study Head," is another interesting and well poised bit of portraiture, while his third casvas, "Innocence," is the charming head of a young girl, in white gown and large hat, the whole displaying a certain fancy and an imaginative quality aesthetically ef fective. Mr. Page's portrait of the late William E. Endicott, of Boston, was recently unveiled with impres sive ceremonies, a bronze tablet, as well as the portrait, to the memory of Mr. Endicott, included in these dedicatory exercises. No more rep resentative work in portraiture has ever been exhibited in this city than the first named of Mr. Page's can vases and it is to be deplored that it was not more conspicuously dis played. E. G. W. RICHMOND BOYS Among Class of 200 at Purdue. (Special to the Palladium.) Lafayette, Ind., June O. A class of two hundred was graduated from Purdue University yesterday. This is the largest class in the history of the institution. The Richmond students who received diplomas are Clifford Bradbury (electrical engineering) ; Raymond B. Nicholson Jelectrical engineering). A PARTY OF THEM LEFT LAST NIGHT -SAIL FOR ANTWERP ON JUNE 11. V.SIT CONTINENT Mostly Will Make Stops at Most Important Points Proposed Route of Tour. Quite a large party of school teach- i ers of this city will spend the coming j In the Case of Iona Marshall vs. D. vacation in Europe and the party left j last evening on No. 20 for New York, from which port they sail on June 11. The party consisted of Miss H. M. Jones, Miss Emma Huff, Misses Lena and Anna Schultz, Miss Emma OVERRULED & W. SANTO MM EASTERN ffAR (By Associated Press.) Tokio, June 9. Official reports show that the first section of Talie wan Bay has been completely cleear ed of mines. Two Russian ships were found under water, one is believed to be the cruiser Boyarin. All Ports Now Open to Commerce. (By Associated Press.). Washington, June O.VAdmiral Sigbee cabled the navy department that all ports of Santo Domingo is now open to Commerce. The revolu tion is now ended. As stated yesterday a motion was made for a rehearing in the damage Leason, Miss Bovd, Mrs. Mary i suit of Iona Marshall vs. the Dayton Schultz and daughter Miss Dora Schultz. The party sails for Antwerp on June 11, and will return the first week in September. The teachers will spend most of their time in Belgium, Holland and Germany and will visit many points of interest in Italy, j France, Switzerland and the British Isles. Mrs. Schultz and her daugh ter will spend some time among rela tives who live in and around Berlin. It is the plan of the party to make long stops at several important points so that the journey may be one of rest and pleasure as well as study. & Western Traction Co. Judge Fox heard the argument and refused the request of the Dayton & Western for a new trial. DR. SffADEHER TEN GRADUATES GHRISTMAN n l Tin fAM DESTROYED Main Building of Rensselaer Poly technic Institute Burned. (By Associated Press.) Troy, N. Y., June 9. Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, main building, was destroyed by fire today. Loss $200,000. , In Preble County Sold For $94.60 Per Acre. The Daniel Chrisman farm near Eaton, Ohio, which has been adver tised for sale was sold to Mr. Hie stand of Eaton for $94.60 per acre. The farm contains 1G0 acres. TWO MEN KILLED. (By Associated Press.) Cario, Ills., June 9. By a wreck in the Big Four yards today Engineer Geo. Gibson and Fireman John Brew ster were killed. , (; . , . ; . And Prof. D. W. Dennis Will Deliver the Class Address. Next Saturday night the eighth grade and Patterson commencement will be held at the high school build ing in Campbellstown. Prof. D. W. Dennis of Earlham will deliver the class address. There will be ten graduates. TO BUILD GREENHOUSES. Mr J. M. Hodgin of this city will go to Dayton next Monday. He has the contract for building two new green houses there The weekly- edition The Prudential is just out and is being distributed to patrons. It is a very interesting 'pa per. Will Deliver Commencement Address At Boxwell. The commencement of the Boxwell school, in Preble county, Ohio, will be held on Friday evening, June 24th. Miss Miller is superintendent. There are two graduates Grace Murray and Harry Prather. Rev. Dr. Swad ener of First M. E. church will de liver the commencement address. CITATION PAPERS Served on Marion E. Chamness of Hagerstown. Jesse Bailey, sheriff pro tern, was in Hagerstown yesterday serving ci tation papers on Marion E. Chamness. He is charged with withholding funds belonging to the estate of Geo. W. Chamness, deceased. He was cited to appear before Judge Fox and show cause why he was holding such funds. Mrs. J. M. Westcott went to Indiana polis to spend the diyr ' .