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Fa THE WEATHER. : Indiana i Fair tonight and probably Saturday, warmer in north. Call on the Palladium for Fine Stationery. WEEKLY ESTABLISHED 1881. DAILY EST ABLI8HEU 1878. RICHMOND DAILY PALLADIUM, FRIDAY, JUNE 10, 1904. ONE CENT A COPY. -v WmWM NORTH El OF THE CITY ONE OF THE BEST PORTIONS OF THE CITY OF RICH- MOND. GOOD CLASS OF PEOPLE Business Houses as Good as Found Anywhere New Resi dences, etc. The northern portion of Richmond is fast becoming a splendid jace to live. New houses are being erected, the streets are kept in excellent con dition, lawns are clean and tid.3, homes are being repaired and painted, and as a rule the residents are order ly and progressive. Some years ao this part of the city had a rather savory reputation, and it took long years to live down the. name it had acquired, but it has done so and done it well and most substantially. As good business houses can be found in this portion of the city as elsewhere. Groceries, the very best, and several of them. There is room for a good drug store in the north eastern part of the city. One of our best schools is located on Fourteenth and north G streets. There are also two churches. Several good building lots can be had at reasonable terms, and it is more than likely several will be sold for building purposes before long. There are a few old landmarks that ought to be removed and then the lo cality will be O K in every way. It won't be many moons until this lo cality will be much sought after. REV. HADLEY . .' r f ' .r - l . 'Arid Bride Return From New York. Tvev. II. IT. Hadley and bride (formerly Miss Aurelia Rowe, of New York) returned today from the east, where they have been on a wedding trip. They were married two weeks ago. A reception is being planned in 4 their honor at St. Paul's T Episcopal church. 'J 111 I 111 I Throws Her Babe Out a Three Story Window to Death. (By Associated Press.) New York, June 10. Frantic with fear at fire in a tenament house on Stanton street, Mrs. Benjamin Apfel threw her babe of four months from a third story window to death on the? pavement. She was prevented from following by firemen who reached tho floor a minute later. REFINED HAPTHA Reduced One-Half Cent Per Gallon. (By Associated Press.) Cleveland, June 10. The Standard Oil Company today reduced quota tions on all grades of refined oil, nap tha and gasoline 1-2 cent per gallon. Cleveland, June 10. The Standard Oil company today reduced the price of all grades or refined oil half a cent on the gallon. Died From Blood Poison Following Operation For Appendicitis. (By Associated Press:) Paris, June 10. Miss Lena Mor ton, daughter of Levi P. Morton, of New York, died here today from blood poisoning following an opera tion for appendicitis. FRANTC MOTHER MORTON REAL ROMANCE. Marriage and Death of an Aged Couple at Whitewater. Two deaths occurred in "Whitewater, Indiana, recently, that reveal a romance in the lives of both. Samuel Wright died about a week ago and Wednesday of this week Mrs. Wright passed away. In their youth the twain were lovers and were to have been married. Some estrangement or other came between them and the wedding Avas put off. Both married, the wife of Mr. Wright dying about ten years ago, after a wedded life of more than forty years. The husband of Mrs. Wright died six years ago. Though both were considerably past seventy years the old love flame was re kindled and they were married. No happier couple ever lived in Franklin township, the people of Whitewater say. Ten days asro the husband was stricken ill and died after two days' suffering. The widow was prostrated as a result of the separation, and Wednesday she passed away. I : All AGREEMENT NOT TO EMPLOY MEMBERS OF UNIONS -ALL BRANCHES INTERESTED. HAVE TO LEAVE UNIONS To Hold Positions No Violence An ticipated Search For Agita tors Continues. (By Associated Press.) Cripple Creek, June 10. Some mines were opened with non-union workmen. Employers in all branch -i of business signed an agreement Mot to employ members of unions. Tl.ere is consternation among employes who will have to leave unions to hold posi tions. Noviolence is anticipated. Search for agitators and criminals continues. Cripple Creek, June 10. Ninety seven union miners were taken out of the county on a special train today. Other deportations are made as fast s arrests are made. The adjutant general is arresting all agitators who was to leave voluntarily. G. A. 8. Adopts Vote of Thanks for Services Rendered on Memorial Day. At the meeting: of Sol Meredith Post, G. A. R. last night the follow ing was unanimously adopted. Resolved, That the thanks of this post are due, and are hereby tendered to all who so generously and freely assisted in the exercises of Memorial Day, to the speakers, the Supt. of our city schools, for his interest in fur nishing thesehool children to deco rate the soldiers graves, to the chil dren themselves, for the good order and decorum on that day, to the press of the city for their many favors, to the Richmond City Band for music, to all who so liberally furnished flow ers, to the ladies who kindly arrang ed the bouquets and rendered other assistance, and to all the citizens who in any nmnner aided us in making a grand success of the memorial occa sion. MILLIONAIRE DEWEY DEAD. (By Associated Press.) Wheeling, W. Va., June 10.-C. P. Dewey, a millionaire ranchman of Kansas is dead. His son Chauneey Dewey was recently acquitted of the Berry murder. EMPLOYERS SIGH HIGH SCHO O L COMMENCEMENT A LARGE CLASS OF THIRTY FOUR STUDENTS GRADUATED THIS MORNING-FIRST TI ME THAT THE FEB. TERM COMMENCEMENT HAS BEEN ABOLISHED. Orations Were Miss Florence Shute Was Valedictorian, and Miss Lela Jordan Was Salu tatorian Misses Jordan, Deardorff, Huber, Knollenberg, Thompson and Messrs. Schaefer and Reller Were the Honored Pupils The annual commencement of the Richmond high school occurred this morning in the high school hall, at 9 'eloek- The hall was decorated with the class colors and those of high school and semi-circle of graduates in white and black, forming a very pretty pic-, ture. The stage of the chapel was ef-, feetively draped and decorated for the occasion, a notable one in the ' lives of the graduates. The Class a Large One. The class is composed of thirty-two i students and is one of the largest that have been graduated in several years. The class has set a high mark in many fields athletics, scholorship, forensics, etc., and with it will go several of the able leaders of the school in these many fields. Several of the athletic teams have been large ly composed of members of the class of 1004, and with the going out of the class many of the fine athletes of the school go with it. A noteworthy point to be brought out is that the large size of the class is accounted for somewhat by the fact that this is the "first year the spring term and summer term Graduates have "com menced" together, the abolishing of the February commencement first oc curring this year. The class is there fore two classes combined into one. Program. The program, which began sharply at nine, was begun by an overture, "Maid and Minstrel," by the Rich mond High School Orchestra, which was well rendered and brought forth much applaiise. Rev. C. O. Shirey, of the Second Presbyterian church, made the invo cation, a touching one. The orchestra then rendered "Psy- Small Showing Costs Wayne County Something. Tn nrnnnrtinn tn tVio nnnnlntinn 11 .(.lU V, lV. V , Wavne county there is a small per SCHOOL CHILDREN centage f school children, and this ister at Tangiers report the bultan s fact costs Wayne county about representative at Tangiers has sent $5,000 each and every year. j his own son to complete negotiations The figures on the tax collection ( with Bandit Raisuli for the release of show that the state school tax and Perdicaris and Varley. The journey common school interest paid by j will require a day or two. A success Wayne county to the state amounts . ful outcome is expected. to more than $23,000, while the coun ty receives from the state only $1G, 000. LIFE LICENSE Awarded Prof. Carl Bird of the Gar field School. Prof. Carl Bird of the Garfield building has been awarded a life li cense by the State Teachers' Associa tion. This is considered a great h ui orr and shows the high esteem in which Prof. Bird is held. CHICAGO FIRE Vulcanite Roofing Co. Plant Burned Loss $250,000. (By Associated Press.) Chicago, June 10. Fire today des troyed the plant of the Vulcanite Roofing Co. Loss $25,000. Especially Fine che," by Harry Pabst, in its best style, which was very good. ,r. T . Salutatory. Miss Lele Delle Jordan offered the salutatory, subject "Triumphs of Or- atory" Miss Jordan's oration was a crowning effort and was worthy of a eat scholar. The race between her and Miss Shute, the valedictorian, was very close and she has made a name as a hard student and brilliant scholar. She handled her subject in a masterly manner and her efforts weie well received. In her address she spoke of the victories achieved by oratory and of its triumphs. Colin Schaefer. Colin Christian Schaefer 's subject, "William of Orange," presents a wide field for thought and work and Mr. Scaefer showed how carefully he had covered his field. His effort was a masterpiece of eulogism and biog raphy. The life, works and the re sults of the works of the Great Dutch man were all well set forth. Neva Deardorff. Neva Deardorff, one of the young est scholars in the. class, spoke on Tht';.Effects of the Norman Con quest. ' 1 The" varlbiispfcTses 6f " the Ensrlish institutions at the time of the conquest were told of and the im pression they received from the influx of Norman ideas, customs and man ners was well explained. Piano Solo. Miss Jessie Beeler rendered a pi ano solo, "Praeludium and Toccata," by Lachncr, in her usual pleasing and able manner and received a long ap plause. Miss Beeler 's playing is ar tistic and with feeling and she is an accomplished pianist. Naomi Huber. Naomi Begina Huber chose for the (Continued on Page Two.) S Will Compete Negotiations With Bandit Raisuli. (By Associated Press.) Paris, June 10. The French min- Shot and Wounded in the Head by a Foreigner. (By Associated Press.) Berne, Switzerland, June 10. Rus sian Minister M. V. V. Jadovski was shot and wounded seriously in the head on the street this afternoon. The assassin was arrested. He is believed to be a foreigner. His identity has not been discovered. "PEEPER" AT MILTON. Special to the Palladium : Milton, Ind., June 10. A "Jack the Peeper' ' has been annoying peo ple here recently. Investigations are being made, and when the offender is caught the penalty will be severe. It is thought that the offender is known and that he is a rather prominent per son here. The affair is causing a sen sation. . k SULTAN SDN RUSSIAN MINISTER X" vt "X1 "X 'X' "X" 4t "X" 'X t X" 'X' AC "X1 X 9C" Ofr 36"9"96-,4C" X -K "X "Js INDIANA'S SHARE. The Republican State com mittee has received from Na- s tional Committeeman Harry S. New the announcement that Indiana has been allotted 130 tickets to the Chicago conven- $ tion. Each of the thirty mem- bers of the delegation will get j one ticker, to be given to whom ever the delegate may see fit. :js The alternates will receive no tickets, aside from their own cards of admission. The state at large has been allowed 100 tickets, to be distributed on recommendation of the state chairman and district eommit- teemen. There is a good deal of -complaint among members of the delegation because they were not favored with more tickets. The democratic dele- gates to St. Louis get three tickets each and the alter jj nates one. FOUR TOWNS SEIZED BY JAPS WITH A LOSS OF SIXTY-FIVE RUSSIANS DISLODGED AF TER HARD FIGHTING PT. ARTHUR SQUADRON WILL LEAVE THE PORT And Engage Japanese if Port Falls Japs Captured Saimhih Loss Thirty-Three. (By Associated Tres ) Fusan, June 10. The first Japan ese army for two days past has been doing important work reconnoitering toward Lino Yang, Hai Chang, Saim atza and Sin Yen. They have dis lodged the Russians and occupied all these towns after sharp fighting. The Japanese casualties amounted to sixty-five killed and wounded. St. Petersburg, June 10. There is reason to believe that the plans for t lie departure of the Port Arthur squadron, if Port Arthur falls, have been captured. They will go out and engajre Japanese and if possible eff- j ect a junction with the Vlodivostok j squadron and go to that port. The squadron is useless for the defense of Port Arthur. Tokio, June 10. The Japanese oc cupied Saimhih. The Japanese i have three killed and thirty wounded. The Ruussians have tAventy-three killed. Japanese also occupied Sinrien where losses were heavier. Five thousand Russians were driven out of Sinrien with a loss of seventy. (By Associated Press.) St. Petersburg, June 10. Every possible means of preventing the Jap anese attack on St. Petersburg is be ing taken, remote as such possibili ty seems. Approaches to Cronstadt are being mined. All fortifications are strengthened and equipped with guns of the latest patterns. To St. Louis From Pittsburg. The first excursion of the Pennsyl vania Lines proper passed through here this morning about five o'clock en route to the fair. The party took breakfast at Indianapolis. There were sixteen coaches only fairly well filled in the excursion and the excursionists showed that they longed for that "dear Pittsburg," by the fagged ex pressions. As one man said, "Coach excursions may be all right and cheap but home is a trifle easier at least. I think perhaps I got in about twomin utes of sleep the whole night long and that was when I fell unconscious from 'Weariness." ( EXGOBSION ELKS' INITIATION LAST NIGHT A VERY SUCCESSFUL AND EN JOYABLE AFFAIR. NINE PERSONS INITIATED Large Attendance and a General Good Time Banquet After Initiation. Last night the Elks' Lodge room was the scene of a very enjoyable af fair. It was the night set apart for the initiation of a class of nine can didates. The work was put on by the degree staff of the Elks and was one of the most successful initiations ev er put on. The Palladium representa tives (interviewed several of the men who were initiated and they were all of the opinion "they got their mon ey's worth." After the initiation, the members served a nice repast in the hall which was greatly enjoyed Music was furnished by the members and the evening was voted a success in every way. Following were the candidates: X" John Hoerner. T Marion Stanley. M. C. Kelley. " i . F. Dunn. Arnold Klein. John E. Collins. Scott Markley. Dave Sands. ! t Bert Martin. There is to be another initiation two weeks from last night. They have at least twenty candidates. CLEAN STREETS The Work of Cleaning up City Streets Finished. Street Commissioner Genn informs us that the streets of the city are now in splendid condition. They have all been cleaned and present a nice appearance. There is no eity in the state where the streets are kept cleaner than are the streets of this ' citv. RORAL CARRIER Charged With Assaulting Eight Year Old Girl. (By Associated Press.) Fowler, Ind., June 10. A warrant was issued charging Perry Summer, rural mail carrier with assaulting Bertha Pritchett, aged eight years. A mob today broke into Summers' house. No one was there. They are now scourins: the forests. FATALLY SHOT Charles Cordrey Kills His Wife. (By Associated Press.) Cincinnati, June 10. Charles Cor drey today fatally shot his wife. NO INDICTMENT. "t (By Associated Press.) New York, June 10. The grand jury reported this afternoon, but there was no indictment against Nan Patterson for killing Caesar Young. Mrs. Luce, sister to Young attempted to assault the prisoner as she was be ing taken to her cell from the coro ner's inquest. INDIANA EDITORS AT FAIR. (By Associated Press.) St. Louis, June 10. Six hundred Indiana newspaper men are at the World's Fair today at a reception at the Indiana building. Addresses were made by J. B. Stoll, A. J. Dipboye, J.' W. Cockrum and President Francis.