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THE PALLADIUM IS STILL A IZEMDEPi Oil THE ASSOCIATED PRESS.
.Daily INDIANA WEATHER. Cooler and probable showers. ; A Circulation that will give bus- in ess men Results. WEEKLY ESTABLISHED 1881. DAILY TSST ABLISHK 17. RICHMOND DAILY PALLADIUM, MONDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 10, 1904. ONE CENT A COPY. The .Paiiac ML Jd Fi hanly HERETODAY WILL MAKE TWO SPEECHES IN WAYNE COUNTY BEFORE MIDNIGHT AT WHITEWATER Immense Throngs of People Will Hear Indiana's Next Governor at the Coliseum. f ARRANGEMENTS COMPLETE Mr. Hanly Will Arrive at 9:30 and Be Driven to Whitewater A Pole Raising. Today will go down in the annals of easern Wayne county as the day of tbe biggest "Republican celebration ever held iu Franklin and Wayne townships. I J. Frank Hanly, Republican nomi nee for governor, and Union B. Hunt will" arrive at 9:30 over .the Panhan dle and in company with H. C. Starr and A. M. Gardner will drive to Whitewater. Accompanying the "carriage of state," 'a large dele gation of local Republicans and the C a vettt IT Ward" Dru m "Corp s will'act as escort. At 11 o'clock in the town of White water there will be a pole raising aft er which there will be speeches by Mr. Hanly and Mr. Hunt at Grave's jrrove. one half mile east of White water. Large delegations from Midr dleboro, Spartansburg, Harveys, Fountain 'City and other places will attend. ... At the conclusion of the afternoon exercises, Messrs. Hunt, Hanly, Starr and Gardner will drive back to Richmond and take supper at the Westcott. The reception committee will meet Mr. Hanly at the hotel and escort him to lire Coliseum aiter supper and before the meeting, which will open at 7:30 o'clock, the Young Men's Republican Club and several drum and bugle corps will parade on Main street. An immense crowd' will be at the Coliseum to-hear the Re- Jpublicn leader and enthhnsiasm will be at a premium. Chairman Gardner announced yes terday that the Hon. John L. Grif fiths will speak at the Coliseum on the evening of October 31. ' DAVID BISPHAM Concert at the Coliseum Will Be a Rare Treat. The sale of seats-for the David Bispham concert at the Coliseum ives indication of one of the largest audiences of the season. The appear ance of such a noted singer as Mr, Bispham is not an everyday occur rence iu Richmond and the music lov ing public of this city will show their iippreciation of Miss Gaston V ef forts by turning out in force on the 3yening he sings here. "A well known local musician re marked yesterday, '"It Avas through Miss Gaston's efforts that Mme. lere." : ,' Bchumann-IIeink was brought here. In Mr. Bispham, Miss Gaston has secured a star of equal magnitude. ie is a mraoer oi me uoyal rlng- iish opera company and of the Metro politan opera company, singing the Principal roles in forty or fifty op eras and with the greatest success. This year he has refused all operatic kigagements and will make 'an ex- ended concert tour." A varied program, including op ratic, classic and modern selections, pas been arranged for Richmond, in- eluding some old English ballads, which Mr. Bispham renders delight fully. A chorus f women's voices will also give several numbers. A Long Trip. Will Vaughn and Lon Whitesell, in Mr. Vaughan's automobile, left this morning from the tailoring establish ment on their long trip to, the Pacific Coast. The only other occupant of the car was Mr. Vaughan's dog. At the rear of the motor car hung the sign "From New York to Califor nia." . SERIOUS ACCIDENT a.. , - Hagerstown Girl Injured While At tempting to Fix .Machine. fK Hagerstown, Ind., October 8. Manny Pitts, an employe at the plain ing mill of Werking & Keagy, was putting a belt on a pulley of the big edging machine. He was using a stick for a lever when a sudden turn of the pulley wrenched the stick from his hands, whirled it round and it struck his shoulder breaking the collar bone and cutting a hole two inches deep in his breast. It is be lieved that he has suffered other in juries that may prove serious. TRIES TO KILL HIS RELATIVES DISCHARGED INMATE OF EAST HAVEN INSANE AGAIN WHIRLING All AX AROUND He Pursues His Brother and Sister to A Neighbor's House. v George Wright, a well known far mer in the vicinity of Marion, wha was discharged from the Eastern In diana Hospital for the Insane at Easthaven a short time ago, as cured, after geing an inmate of the asy lum for many months, is suffering from menetal troubles again and a few nights ago tiied to kill with an ax his brother and sister with whom he had been living. The two sought safety at the home of a neighbor but were persued the entire distance by Wright who swung the ax in the air and loudly declared that he intended to murder all of his relatives. Sheriff Mills was notified of Wright's condition and a deputy was sent to take charge of the un fortunate man. It is probable that Wright will be returned to Easthaven in a few days. Are Going to Richmond. Butler and Preble County Demo crats are preparing to go to Rich mond to hear Bryan speak on the evening of October 14. His refusal to speak in Ohio makes it necessary for his followers in Ohio to go to Indiana to hear him. Republican News (Hamilton.) SUNDAY ROW In the North End Caused One Man to be Arrested A small sized fight in which three people were very much interested took place in the north end yester day afternoon. George McKinney got into an argument with a fellow by the name of Howard and Howard received the worst of it as McKinney was arrested on the charge of assault and battery while Howard was not arrested. McKinney 's brother, Oath, and Charles Shank became mixed up in the argument to the extent that both of them wer arrested on the charge of intoxication. The fight caused enough excitement in that end "f town to lead the police to believe that a riot Avas going on and Officers McManus and Westenberg were 'sent over there and soon had the 'trouble well in hand. if ' ' , f t? 4 4 1 ' S 'y y'' M - V CV " yy y s ' ' y ? 4 X i 1 HON. J. FRANK HANLY. Republican Candidate for Governor Who Will Speak at Coliseum Tonight. DR. SWADENER A MONEY RAISER HAS COLLECTED LARGE SUMS FOR CHARITABLE PURPOSES ONE OF HIS REGENT EFFORTS In This lane Proved Most Success- fnl WiH Cany Out Plan of Official Board. - Perhaps no minister in the General Mefthodist Conference has a wider reputation as a money raiser and a church dedicator than, has Dr. Madi son Swadener of the First M. E. church of this city. Dr. Swadener has long been known as one who could raise large sums of money in a short time for benevolent, causes and yesterday he gave his congregation a practical demonstration of how quick he could raise a desired sum of money. The congregation desired to carry out some special plans and pro vide for some claims that were not in the regular, budget and it was nec essary to .raise several hundred dol lars for this work. At the close of the regular morning sermon the doc tor devoted about twenty minutes to this work and the entire sum was raised so that when those who were not at the services yesterday are seen the amount will be swelled to such an extent that a comfortable margin will be left with which to further carry out the plans of the official board. In his sermon yesterday morning the doctor illustrated and enforced the importance of the humane ele ment in the divine plan of salvation and the work of the New Testament church. The doctor dwelt on this subject to a great extent and brought out the beautiful troth'-that in the character of Christ, the human and the divine were harmoniously blend ed and just . in proportion as the church combined these elements in her work, was the organization at tractive and powerful in the recon struction of society. The Sunday school board of the First M. E. church will hold its reg ular meeting this evening in the church parlors. Distinguished Party. A party of , automobilists from Cincinnati passed through Richmond yesterday on their way from Indi anapolis 'to Cincinnati. Those in the party were L. L. Wasson, C. X. Ste vens, Hurston Dunell and RJ. John son. They said that the roads be tween here and "Indianapolis were in as good condition as any through out Indiana and Ohio. W Witt . i 7 Vf C ' l V s S if 4- 2- i-4?" x f SX - s .tuAtX J it. BADLY WANTED ! AT NEW CASTLE IS ROY LANE WHO ROBBED THE SHOWCASE THURSDAY BEEN IN TROUBLE BEFORE Sheriff of Henry County Will Try to Get Him Lane's History. Roy Lane, the young man who on Thursday . night broke into a show case belongink to L. C. Lawall, the jeweler, and took over $100 worth of watches and jewelry, is badly want ed by the authorities of Henry coun ty, to answer a charge of burglary. Last spring a big lot of hams and other meat was stolen in Knightstown and a man by the name of Archibald was convicted of the charge and sent to penitenitary. Lane was implicated in this stealing but he escaped being captured. He also served a jail sen tence at New Castle some time ago for figuring in an attempted murder scrape. When Sheriff Christopher learned of Lane's latest trouble in Richmond and of his capture by the Richmond police he telephoned at once to Sher iff Smith and told him that Lane was wanted at New Castle. Lane has a pi'evious record that will go against him in the court. In September 1902, he was under indict ment for committing an assault, with intent to murder Miles Barns. For this offense he was fined $50 and costs and spent much time in jail. In April 1903, he was indicted for as saulting, with intent to kill, Marsha Wiggins. lie served three months in jail for this assault. Both assaults were made with a revolver. His rec ord, proves him to be a young man of vicious temperament and if sent to the penitentiary the community will feel that a generally had char acter has been properly handled. DESERTER Mrs. Hare Abandons Her Five Off springs Saturday Night. . Saturday night a Mrs. Hare, wil fully and cruelly abandoned her five young children on Main street and though several men made determined efforts tto locate h r, f their quests were fruitless. Mis. Belgain Hare, a beautiful 0 animal, and, the five little beauties of whom she is the mother, have been on exhibition for several days prev ious to Saturday in the show win dow of a Main street pharmacy near the corner of Ninth street. On Sat urday night, while an admiring crowd was watching the supposedly happy family, the faithless mother jumped out of her place of confine ment and made a bold and successful dash for liberty. Mrs. Hare was still at large yesterday evening and her deserted little ones are sadly be moaning their fate. SERIOUS CHARGE Wealthy Resident of North Vernon Held For Murder. North Vernon, Ind., October 9. Fred Willman, a wealthy resident of this vicinity, who was arrested some time ago on the charge of murdering Malcolm Wells at the time that Wells was in Cincinnati, Ohio, preparatory to moving his family to California, and who was released on $23,000 bail, was rearrested late Saturdav afternoon on the charge of first de gree murder. The alleged crime is unbailable. Willman, it has been al leged, was in love with Mrs. Wells. The trial will probably be held the latter part of the month. RICHMOND DEMOCRATS WORRIED OVER REPORT THAT BRYAN WILL NOT BE HERE INDIANA DATES CONFLICT With Ones , He Has in Nebraska Pressure to Be Brought. The question that is now giving the local Democratic leaders consider able worry and deep thought is "Will William Jennings Bryan put in an appearance in this city on the night he is billed to speak here, Friday, October 14?" The cause of all this worry is the report that was sent out from Ne braska yesterday that the Democratic power behing the throne was confin ing himself to local issues in his home ! state and that his own engagements in Nebraska conflict with the dates that have been given him in Indi ana. Local Republicans believe that it is even money that Bryan will not be heard this campaign by Hoosier Democracj. Richmond Democrats make no pre tense of, hiding the awful gap Mr. Bryan's defection would make in their program of reducing the Repub lican plurality in this county but they believe that Taggart and his hench men will' bring such pressure to bear on the orator of the silver tongue that he will reconsider his action and pay this state a flying visit- A Richmond Democrat of the silver fac tion of the party remarked yesterday "If. Bryan abandons Indiana Demo cracy to its fate it is going to be a telling blow. There are fany silver ites in this state who are waiting to hear what their old leader has to say from his own lips and if he re fuses to take the stufp for Parker, they will nearly to a man, vote for the Republican or Socialist tickets." WHEEL STOLEN Roy Lane Proves to be a Youthful Burglar.1 Superintendent of Police Gormon received word yesterday that the wheel which Roy Lane ,the youthful burglar had when he was arrested here on last Thursday evening, had been stolen in Muncie. It is not known when Lane got the wheel, but according to description and number the one which the local police have is the one that was stolen in Muncie. GEO. EARLY WAS HERE HE IS THE SAME HAPPY, PROS PEROUS GEORGE THAT HE ALWAYS WAS GOING TO ST.LOUIS Not to See the Pair, But on Business for the American Tinplate People. HE TALKED SOME POLITICS Makes a Pew Predictions and Tells a Story or Two He Also Makes a Suggestion. Mr. George Early, of. Pittsiburr, was in the city yesterday en route to St. Louis. While here he paid tLe Palladium a very pleasant visit. Mr. Early is looking well and is in the very pink of condition. He U also prosperous and as full of sun shine and good cheer as it is pos sible for one man to be. He is now manager of the tinplate and steel offices at Pittsburg and has his hanus full all the time. It is scarcely necessary to say it but it is true neverthless, that Mr. Early is more of a Republican than eVer. ;rlle asked if the campaign was as quiet here as it was in Pittsburg and when told that it was, he said that was the way it should be. Pe ple are satisfied with the way the government is run and they will vo: at this coming election to continue the prosperous conditions We are having. He said business was looking up all over the country and before long every shop would be running full 4Vtsi "Don't you know," said Mr. Early "Democracy is a disease. There -is something in the spinal column of a Democrat that makes him take the dark side of everything. A cloudy day suits his fancy exactly." "There is one thing I will recom mend," said Mr. Early, while lis eyes flashed and a smile stole over his eountenance, "and that it that it would be good policy for every man who gets married to try and get a girl of the Democratic persuasion." "Why a girl with Democratic ten dencies," a Palladium representative asked. "Well," said Mr. Early, with a knowing nod, while William Need ham stood by awaiting something good, "If you marry a girl who is a Democrat she is used to hearing about hard times so much that she don't expect a man to spend much money on her. It is a real streak of economy. My wife is a Democrat." Mr. Early left on the 10 o'clock train last night for St. Louis. - FELL WIVER And Drowned After His Skull Had Been Fractured. Brookville, Ind. October 01 Sidney Clear, an inmate of the County In firmary, escaped from the institution early this morning. When his escape was noted a posse started in purspit following his barefoot tracks through the dust on the ,roaoV These led through Brookville, to a high bliff overlooking the Whitewater River. He had fallen off the bluff and had wandered about for a time with a fractured skull. Later he fell into the river and drowned. The body was found some hours later, and Cor oner Bogart, in his verdict, declared that the man came to his death by drowning, although the ! fractured skull would have caused his death had Clear not fallen into the river. . .