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RICHMOND DAILY PALLADIUM, MONDAY, JUNE 13, 1904. JAMES D. LEVER'S ENORMOUS, GORGEOUS, AND SPECTACULAR PANTOMIME, Presented for the first time under canvas at an exoenditure of $35,000. j V 0 oeoole. 3 car loads of SnerM Srnorv Chorus of 40, superb Band and challenge Orchestra. & The most stupendous Theatrical production ever presented outside a theater. & Marvelous electrical effects, gorgeous costumes, tuneful music. & A complete theatrical prouduc tion under Canvas. & & j? & ONE WEEK Com 'cJng M&mday J mine 1 PRICES OF ADMISSION:--Night 25c; Tuesday Matinee, 15 and 25c. CAMBRIDGE CITY o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o 6 6 HUM EM JH) ENJOYABLE EX-MAYOR Iiiir iiiiiiiiiiin SUMMER ITIl II WAS HORTICULTURAL MEETING AT STEPHEN KUTH'S SATURDAY. A SUMPTUOUS DINNER Was Spread in the Grove and There Was Everything One Could Wish For. Gist of Happenings of a Few Days. Mrs. Owen Forrester and baby spent Sunday with friends and rela tives in Richmond. Miss Una Kepler after a week's visit with Miss Kate McNamara, re turned to her home in Indianapolis yesterday. II. E. Penny visited relatives Germantown yesterday. in Miss Sarah Williams and Herbert Fisher visited Mr. and Mrs. David Mullen of Dublin yesterday. Mrs. John Kepler and daughter, Mabel, of East Germantown, visited friends in this city Saturday. Talk about hospitality! You don't know what it is unless you pay a vis- j it to Stephen Ruth's farm and home. At the meeting of the Horticultural Society Saturday, Mr. and Mrs. Kuth made every one feel welcome and opened their home and irrounds to the members of he society and their f rien. Is. In the woods where the sumptuous dinner was served, there are hundreds of nonlar trees covered will. liWm. nnl Tii.inv .i l.mimiPt wn this city en route to New York. While made from the blossoms. It is an By an ex-Mayor of One of the Largest Cities in the United States. ( Copyrigh t, 1004, by Joseph B. Bowles) When you elect a man mayor of any large city of the United States you practically start him on the broad road to perdition. If he does not end his administration a crook he wonders how it happened he es caped being- one. Tie is ready to believe that every man either has his price or is eagerly willing to be appraised by some ex pert on graft valuation. If he does not "go wrong" it is not the fault of some of those Avhose names are always in the list of "public spir ited" and "prominent" citizens. If he is not traveling with swift smooth- ATis: Clvrtno Afripp lft Sn tnivln v f ,-r ness on Perdition boulevard belore V. J expires her home in Oenterpoint, where she will spend the summer, and Avill not resume her work at Falls' Millinery store until September. Mr. Frank Ault of Chicago is in ideal place for a picnic, and as the weather Saturday was ideal every body enjoyed themselves to the fullest extent, ft does one good to see the old standbys there Geo. II. Smith, Captain Lough. Hon. Joseph C. Rat lif'f, Thomas Dunbar, Isaac Dougnn, Caleb Kiiir. etc. they have been the mainstays of the society for wars. here he is the guest of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Lee Ault. Miss Kuth Abercrombie of Hagers town is the guest of friends in this city. Mrs. McDaDniel visited relatives near Beeson's Station Saturday, friends in Germantown Sunday. and canstill be depended upon. The j wives of most of these men were! Miss there and looked after the principal j Miss Mayme feature of the picnic the noonday ; spent Sunday meal. Everything was suimlied that mond. one could wish for all kinds of meats. pi?s and cakes, jellies, jams, all sorts of pickles and salads. It makes one hungry to write about it. About KH) persons were present when the meeting was called to order by President Buyers. Joseph C. KatlitV acted as secretary in place of W. S. Uatliff, who is in St. Louis, attending the exposition. i Marshal Ulerich made five arrests Minutes of the previous meeting in this city Saturday evening, were read ami approved. Captain Gertrude Piouth and guest. Kennedy, of Muncie with friends in Rich- Ophie Knox of New Castle spent Sunday with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Knox. Miss Emma Ilighley and daughter, Miss Ruth, visited friends in Milton Sunday. his term of oflice expires it is be cause he is either too cowardly to take a chance or too brave to grasp an easy opportunity. Did it ever oc cur to anyone that some of these he roes of municipal warfares are moral cowards Of late1 magazine writers and some of the keepers of the public con science who speak through the daily prints have paid large attention to municipal corruption, gang rule and grafters. They have much to say about some mayors and ex-mayors, and what they have written has been interesting and more or less true, bul an analysis of the evidence they present indicates that almost all of it is of the hearsay order; not com petent in any court of record; not good even in a clothesline case before a cross-road justice of the peace. It appears they have seen every one but the mayors. They have really pre- IT 15 FULLY GUARANTEED Hose Large Assortment 15, 25, and 50 feet Pieces. No Charge for Coupling All fresh Stock, Good, better, and best Jones Hardware Co. OOOOOGOCGOQ SO OOCOOOOOC CO O I'll Sell It for You. 1 Lj IANOS FOR SALE IANOS FOR RENT IANOS MOVED IANOS TUNED sented but one side of a many-sided j hnrt (ake another, I'll help you with the transaction I'll supply the method ot finding a buyer, and fading a way to buy the place you want. Our services aie YOURS; oui time is YOURS. Let me help YOU today. T. R.Woodhuist 913 Main street. Lough reported on agricultural. lie sail corn was held back on ac count of cool weather and he thought the wheat crop was slightly im proved. Uemarks were made by Isaac Dou jran, Tham Sedgwick. Geo. If. Smith. Thos. Dunbar and others. All noted a shortage in the clover crop. Tim othy was also short. The paper of Isaac Jenkinson was highly appreciated and a vote of thanks extended. A vote of thnnks wis also extended to Mr. and Mrs. Kuth for their hospitality, and Ihe Palladium will include all the good ladies of the society for the ex cellent manner in which they care for their friends. Mr. Clarence Maeey was the guest of his parents near Xew Castle Sun day. i j Squuire Cornthwaite was home from Indianapolis over Sunday. a Mr. Loh ft Warring and "Rolla t Thompson of Bloomington were the guests of Dr. Untitling over Sunday. Rev. and Mrs. Powers of Nobles- ville visited Mr. and Mrs. O. L. Cal laway Sunday. case. They are perfectly safe in making statements of apparent facts so far as mayors are concerned, for they and the mayors know that the chief executives of large cities would not dare tell the one-hundredth part of the truth concerning the happenings of their administrations. Not that tne coi I truth would necessarily crim inate the head of the city's adminis tration, but it would start an exodus of well-known business and profes- j sional men ot such magnitude and suddenness that the passenger traffic managers of railroads could not fur nish the required rolling stock to handle the outgoing business. BOTH PHONES 346 STARR PIANO CO. 93 Main St. RISEN FROM DEATH Fred friends Sunday Tutorow was and relatives the guest of in Greenfield, Mr. ITarry Crawford who has been traveling with the "Old Plantation" company has returned to his home near here to spend the summer with his parents. Miss Nolle Myers was the guest of rfiends in Germantown Sunday. i LETTER LIST. Advertised as delinquent at the Richmond post office for the week end ing June 10. 1001. Ladies' List. Anderson Katherine; Albright Mrs. Mary: Ikiiley Emma; Ballentyne Mrs. VT. .: P.rooks Mrs, Dell; Bow ei s uaeh 'l i. ; Jones kthel; JUeUee Jennie; Miller Lillie J., 2; Roberts Mrs. S. TL: Smith Arolie; Shafer lioht,; Williams Clara. Gentleman's List. TWt A. P.: Crome Fred: Grav Al bert; Hatfield Jas. II.; Hicks Pierce; Jeannos Carl; King Rudolph: Lid-. man C. A.; Morgan F. K. ; Martini J. 0.; Millholland W. K.; Pontis, Cures croup, sore throat, pulmon Chas. A.; Robeson Sam; Stone Chas.; ary troubles-Monarch over pain of Wader Khalib; Wetz Harry; Wilkes every sort. Dr. Thomas's Electric D. F. IT. ! oil Drops. Louise Michel Describes Sensations Telt as She Was Dying. Mr. and Mrs. William Kepler spent Sundav with Mr. and Mrs. Lou Bowman of Ilagerstown. Walter Williams of Muncie was calling on friends in this city Saturday. Closser Mis Marie. D. Surface, P. M. Awnings, upholstering and furniture repaired. v. ... , , 'A. E. Jones Sc Co., 506 A blessing alike to young and old: Main. I Ionic- 'nlioitc 198. ur. rowier s extract or wild straw berry ; nature's specific for dysen tery, diarrhoea and summer complaint IT- -.1 -1 1 - hp wn steals my purse, steals j trash, and the dealer who sells me limitation Rocky Mountain Tea, robs When buying bread look for the his customer of that which enriches name Richmond Baking Co. on the him not, but leaves my health poor tag, it is the signal of quality. indeed. 35 cents. A. G. Luken & Co. Paris, June 12. Louise Michel, much broken in appearance from the severe strain of a recent illness, has just given in the Hotel des Soeietie Svantes in Paris a lecture in which she described her feelings when she believed herself to be dying. "My will was absolutely gone," she said, "I observed myself as dis passionately as though I were an other being". All material things be came, vague, but my impressions grew powerfully acute my senses became externalized, as it were. I recollect ed a similar experience I had in New Caledonia during a cyclone. The heavens were black, the sea was black and it seemed to me that from the depths of the sea there arose a pro found povror of attraction. Tt was as if Ave had existed in the elements ami that death was only rt return to them. ' ' "Whai restored me lo health was the universal sympathy extended to me, with which I felt myself in con stant communication. Now that I am well I slnll continue my lectures, for my own desire is to diminish the hat red between people who think." Louise Michel goes from Paris to London, 'hence to AIgr'a. and Chau mont to lecture. ;THE SHIRT WAIST is agitating 'QUESTION the men. Not bothering us much, however. Carpents Cleaned by a New Frocesa shirtwaists, we will do the launder ing. THE RICHMOND STEAM LAUNDRY ; MONEY TO LOAN. 5 and 6 per cent. 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