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;' INDIANA WEATHER. Generally Fair Today. ' - WBKKIiY ESTABLISHED 1881 DAILY. ESTABLISH Ku 18W. RICHMOND DAILY PALLADIUM, TUESDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 18, 1904. qJ t fcJVW U VI A1 II I 1 I I " TLE SUNDAY WHICH WAS NOT WHOLLY UN FAVORABLE TO THE JAPANESE. Wu: LONELY TREE HILL Captured and Eleven Japanese Taken Cannonading All Along The Front. THE VILLAGE OF FISHINPU One Half Taken by Russians, While Japs Hold tle Other Half Gen eral News of the Battle. v,; (By Associated Press.) Fakkeberg, Denmark, Oct. 17. The Russian battle fleet of twenty four; vessels passed the southern ex tremity of Largeland Island this morning . flnd anchored to take coal. Three steamers wore awaiting them. Berlin, Germany, Oct. 17. A cor respondent of the Tageblatt, at Muk den, reported that a battle raged all day yesterday and was not "wholly tin favorable to Russians. It began at twelve miles south of Mukden. In the afternoon General Slakelberg was re port ed attacking the Japanese right. St. Petersburg, Oct. 17. The offi cial report to the war office says the battle was resumed this morning. The I Russians still hold the right bank of I the, JShakhe river. Hie pressure on ;f the Russian left retired the Japan ese attempting to break through the I center,-to rout the army off from I Mukden. 'General Sakharoff tele- graphs that the Russians yesterday 1 recaptured Lonelv Tree Hill and got Jeleven Japanese guns and one quick I firing. " ' ' I St, Petersbur, Oct. 17. General I Sakharoff reports that a cannonading I was opened along the whole front this morning. -At midnight Saturday the fRussians captured half the village of Fishinpn, but the Japanese held the other half, having fortified the Budd- fhist temple. 'In' the afternoon (Sun fiday) the Russians compelled the Jap anese to abandon the village of ITn- for a long time and it is likely that they will have a chance to fill in the vaeant -date. It is not known wheth er the game will be played here or at Alexandria. The local college has notning to gain Dy tne game and such a thing might occur that one of the Ea rlham stars would be laid out to such an extent that he would be un able to play in the crame with the heavy Wabash team which plays iere one week from Saturday. Plenty of practice with no rame for the next two weeks would put the men in bet ter condition for the Wabash game. DEATH3 AND FUNERALS Mitchell The funeral of Mrs. Marv Mitchell took place at 9 o'clock yesterday morning at St. Mary's church. The Rev. J. F. Mattingly officiated. The pall bearers were John Lawler, John Kenney, Ed Quin livan, John McXerney, William Ilines and Thomas Conniff. Bilman The ten-months-old child of Mr. and Mrs. John Bilman died at their home, 700 North Seventeenth street, yesterday morning at 7:30. The funeral will be held at the home today at 2 o'clock. The Rev. Mr. Shirev will officiate. GENTERVILLE Will Havs a Rousing Meeting This Evening. (Special to the Palladium.) Centcrville, Ind., October IS. The argest" campaign meeting of the year is expected to take place in this vil- age this evening. The Hon. Frank osey, a Avell known Republican peaker, has been engaged to speak in the town hall and a large delegation from all ever the county, and espe cially froiri; Richmond, is expected to be in attendance. The Richmond Glee Club has been engaged to fur nish the musical entertainment for the evening. The Centerville Drum Corps went to Fountain City last ev ening to take part in the Republican rally at . that place. -The corps made a fine -appearance when they left here. They all wore new uniforms and were seated in an immense wagon drawn by fcur coal black horses. COBSIOlRS CLAIMS ITS CITY COUNCIL BURDENSOME REGULAR ROUTINE PETER HUSSON PETITIONS THE NOTHING OF VERY GREAT IM COUNCIL FOR RELIEF j PORTANCE CAME UP FOR CURB AND GUTTERS THE TREASURER REPORTS Says an Injustice Has Been Done Him and He Would Like City to Make it Good. Last evening Peter Husson peti tioned council to relieve him of the burden of paying for the improve ment made on the gutter and curb opposite his property at the corner of Main and Thirteenth streets. He said in his petition that when lis building was built in 1S03 he got Border Nut-Lock Company given a Switch Right Across State ; Street Minor Matters. The second meeting of the Rich mond city council met last night in the council chamber with four mem bers absent. Councilman Henry W. Deuker call ed attention to the fact that North Second v street, between B and C streets needs repair before winter Melvina Blue. Judgment for $13.31 II. R. Downing & Son against the estate of Myrtle Cook. Judgment for $69. In the case of Mary A. Boyd against Alfred Ilebble and others, for foreclosure, the tourt named W. E. Floyd as receiver. A marriage license was yesterday p"""1-" v.iiunrs r. iavenv and Mamie Pearl Shepard. Tomorrow- the circuit court will consider three cases on settlement of estates, viz. Charles F. Black against the estate of Elizabeth Black; Car oline Isenhour against the estate of Elizabeth Black. HOLDUPS Declined Bishopric. (By Associated Press.) Louisville, Ky., October 17. A tel egram received here savs the Rev. Dr A.S.Lloyd of-New York has declined the bishopric of Kentucky to which he was recently elected. Attention Bugle Corps. All members of Bugle Corns will report at. headquarters at 7:30 this evening in full uniform to prepare for trip to Winchester Thursday. 0. E. Dickinson, Pres. IN CITY ONE MAN IS ROBBED OF HIS COIN AND IS ROUGHLY HANDLED ANOTHER ROBBED Of His Hard Earned Dough Only One of the Cases Reported to the Police. not be forced to make further ini- rovements. He savs that the citv grades from the city engineer and a sets in. Referred to committee on hrst class stone curb, gutter and side" streets and alleys. walk and was assured that he would Councilman II. H. Englebert called (attention to the need of an arc light ' at the intersection of North Eleventh - J engineer made misrepresentations to and North E streets. Referred to 1 TIT- . t .1 , t . . mm. witiiin t lie Jast tew months committee on lights, council, says Mr. Husson, has per-j Councilman II. W. Deuker called mitted the improvement of North attention to the sewer inlet on North Thirteenth street and he claims that Second, street at Carpenter's Mills. City Engineer Weber instead of The water hows on private property making the grade conform with that and needs attention. Referred to the of Main street has raised Thirteenth city engineer and committee on i.vvi. -.. Mian ii, aa ungmaiiy streets ami awevs. j and according to a contract let by Councilman Leftwick called atten- first ,or with the ca1)le Avhich con- me eir. mr. iiusson says that he. taon to the need of a crossing at the has been compelled to put in a new intersection of North Fifteenth and curb and gutter not as good as the E streets' on the north side. Refered NARROW ESCAPE Clem Gaar Came Near Being Crushed to Death. Mr. Clem Gaar had a narrow es cape from being crushed to death by a large iron pulley yesterday morn ing. Mr. Gaar was at his livery sta ble in North Eighth street, and was running the large elevator which is used to lower vehicles from the sec ond floor. He was standing on the old ones. Referred to committee on strets and alleys. (Continued on Page Four.) J Tokio, Oct. 17. A reliable private rHiice says tne .Japanese are contin uing their advance. General Oku is flow operating to block the Russian 'retreat along the railroad. I Paris, October 17. The French foreign office says official information Vhows Russia will not consider medi ation from any quarter, being deter Jnined to vigorously prosecute the Vvar. Let Contract Yesterday for Building Four Bridges. The board of comity commissioners yesterday let contracts for the build ing of four bridges, all of them in expensive structures. The Newcastle Bridge Company was awarded three "of the four con tracts. The bridges to be built by this company and cost are as follows: Paulin bridge, Webster township. $7S3. East line bridge, National road east of Richmond, .$1,00.1. Elstro arch, Boston pike, $520. The Pan-American Bridge Com pany got the contract for the Tillson bridge in Fi ankliu township, to cost $1,224. I OUR CANDIDATES : Parties desiring pictures of Roosevelt and Fairbanks enn cAnr - - - - J vnii ' V. V l 1. Vs the same free of cost by calling at the Palladium office. The would be crushed and rendered useless, one free. r ' " , pic- tho carriers; besides they Call any time and secure SODTHERN RIOT RI'CLELLAM FINED trols the elevator when the large pul ley fastened to the top of the barn broke and the elevator with a ve hicle was thrown to the basement of the building. The pulley followed the flight of the elevator, but it struck the second floor and instead of. going to the right of the shaft where Mr. Gaar was standing, it glanced to the left. Mr. Gaar was not injured in any way, but remarked that it was a very close shave. The bu"-r which was on the elevator was not even -scratched. DUKE AND FORREST VICTIMS Reticence on the Part of the Peopli Robbed Thwarts Speedy Jus ticeSmall Amounts. John Pop and Policemean Jamison One Dollar and Costs for Assault and Were Killed. (By Associated Press.) -Memphis, uctober It. lhree po- l Battery. I The jury in the case of the State vs. Theodore McCIellan for nssnnlt lice officers undertook to arrest John aml batler' n Theodore Smith, re- iiirneu a veruict ot guilty yesterday Pop, negro fugitive from justice, on Mosby street, when Pop fired on LOUISA LLOYD Her Will Was Filed Yesterday for Probate and Record. The will of Louisa F. Lloyd was filed for probate and record jester day. She bequeathes $300 in money to her brother, Henry Hessman; $100 to her sister-in-law, Hannah Hess man, and $10 to her son, John W. Lloyd. The will provides that the i share of the deceased in the.Hessman I occurred Sunday them with a rifle. The policemen re" from one townshin tn nnnflic oi n turned the fire. John Pop and Po- cupied the time of the jury here for lieeman Jamison were killed, Patrol- two days. Study and Comstock man Monereith was shot through the looked after the interests of the leg. Police Captain O. II. Perry was State in the case while Jessup de shot through the ehand. fended McCIellan afternoon nml nccnccn.i o e li i homestead. 31 North Fifth street . wnv -"oi.u it xiixr; J 1. 'J1 1. ' " - 7 and costs. The case has been shifted (livi(le1 in eflnal sliares between her f j ... .. l..-v4l, -..,, TT II'mi- m "1"U1C1) Jicury, winiam, unarles and Louis Hessman. The residue of DECLARED OFF s the Football Game Betwen Earl- Viam UrtA "VA7 iton Voi-rr ' ' j jhe managers of the football team AVittenberg College notified" the ,anagrs ot h.arlliam yesterday that 'i'e game which wns f ln laved next Saturday has been called T. The. Wittenberg people offered reasons whatever for cancelling e date mh! the Earlham managers e at a loss to understand their ac ;pns. The only thing that could Assibly have caused th0 cancellation i the fact that a number of the pmbers of the faculty have been op sed to loi-tball all the season, and ihaps "lieir protests against the ,me. have carried sa 'much weight ("tit the team has been disbanded. ie team has not made much of a fnving ?o far this-year. A heavy iateur team from Alexandria has pd for a date with the Quakers CITY ATTORNEY Consulted About the D. & W. Accept- ing Transfers. City Attorney J. F. Bobbins was asked at council last evening for his opinion as to whether the Dayton & Western Traction company could be compelled to accept transfers and tickets from city cars. He said that he was unable to find any decision on the subject of ac cepting transfers, but said that the Dayton & Western company would be obliged to accept tickets of the city car lines and to cany the pas sengers presenting them within the citv limits. TENEMENT HOUSE SHOT AND KILLED J Fire Causes the Death of Six People While Talking With His Bride of a the estate is left tQ her two grand daughters, Nellie Lloyd Grosvenor and Elizabeth Louisa Lloyd. Louis Hessman is named as executor o the estate, no bond being required. Few Days. (By Associated Press.) Wheeling, W. Va., October 17. Columbia King, of Parker, Wetzel county, was shot and killed by an un- known nerson tx-li i i. " 1 "eu wiruugii a; 1CM A , . . window, while Kin- wae tll-; isl,K'e lSS wns panted in the circuit GETS $1,735 For Services Rendered Since the year of 1889. Bernedina ImhofFs petition ask ing for compensation from William Tmhoff and others for services done Wont Accept. The Be v.4 Mr. Doepper, of Ohio, who was recently extended a call by the board of Wernle Orphans' Home to take the superintendency thereof, has notified the board that he finds it impossible to accept. The board will meet within the next few days and endeavor to make another selection for the place. A Score Injured. New York, Oct. 17. Six lives were lost and nearly a score injured in a fire in a tenement house in-Brooklyn today. It' is thought to ha of incen diary origin. The lives of a hundred others were endangered. The dead . l I (lllVill are Jiella (.lass, aged 20 and three his bride of but n f. ! court. children a.sed 6 and 11. home. The motive is i,nlcnn-n Bernedmn TmboflF ttA w - i 1IV U L OllllC 1SS0 she Lad done household duties for the family besides acting as a nurse to her invalid sister and moth er. She asked -$2.50 a week from that ve.ir tn dnto --1iir.T-s it-o mnn4. Shucraft and Kroma Were Sentenced Several Cases Disposed of in Circuit !e1 her- The total amount that she GET THEIRS DAILY" GRIND Two holdups are alleged to hav? taken place Sunday night in Kick mond. James Duke, a fireman at 1L Kastern Indiana Hospital for the in sane Avas in the city Saturday and Sunday .nights viewing the sights. He picked up a boon companion som-:. h'me Sunday night and Duke, acting iho part of the good fellow, exhibited a large roll of money at various time5 during the evening. While making a tour of investigation of the red liht district Duke alleges that his com panion enticed him into an, alle back of .the Jones 1 lard ware company in North E street, and there robbeJ. him of $27:50. Before the robbery took place, however, Duke's compan ion gave him several love taps or. each side of the face, the marks oz which were still visible yesterday. Duke did not report the matter to thepolice, but claims that he know; -who robbed him and will endeavor to get the money back without the as sistance of the officers. ' - , In the other holdup Win. Forre- plaved thc goat. He claims that h lost between ten and twenty dollar in the transaction. He was arrested yesterday morning by Officer Mc Manus and was too drunk to know when the robbery occurred or jast how much he lost. He thinks that ir ni"llt, in ihn -ran- ot Schell's saloon, but is not positive of that fact. The police do not pu: much faith in his story as he con tradicted himself several times. H was locked up and perhaps will b ' sober enough this morning to te" something more definite about ihi matter. The Tank is Filled. The large" tank which the Penn sylvania company recently erected in its yards wan filied for the first tin yesterday. The water mefer on tl:? side of Jhe tank showed that when, the water was a foot deep the ytari: contained 3,000 gallons. I f f J J IS NOTIFIED Yesterday. Yesterday afternoon Judge Fox pronounced his sentences on Frank Shucraft and Herman Kroma. who were convicted on the charge of horse stealing last Wednesday. Shucraft j gets trom one to fourteen years in the Michigan City State Prison, was fined .$3.0:1 and disfranchised for two years. Kroma wis fined $1.00 and gets from one to fourteen years at the Jeffer-onville Reformatory. Court Yesterday. Yesterday in the circuit court the following cases were disposed of: Nellie Booth against the estate of Mary Van Sickle. Dismissed. Andrew O. Spaeth against the same estate. Dismissed. Fred Spaeth against the same es tate. Dismissed. Delia Meyer against the estate of Marguerite Turner. Judgment for $43. II will receive will be $1,733. Leak in Water Main. The Richmond Water company had a larire force of men work-in 7oCf night repairing a leak in the lare main at Twentieth and Main streets. All of the water between Sixteenth and Twentieth south of Main street was shut off all evening. This is the main that a Dayton firm put in and it is the second time that II. -Peelle against the estate of J leak has occurred in it. Clerk of Court Informs Sheriff of the Coming Election. Yesterday afternoon the' clerk of the cour, E. M. Haas," in his official rapacity" informed Sheriff Smith, much to the latter's astonishment and surprise, that there would be an elec tion on the Eighth' Dav of November. 1004. "DickM is expected to recov er from the shock. The law requires" that the Secre tary of state ofiiciallv notifv nil clerks of the ronrt in the state of an election IS days prior to the elec tion. It is also required that th clerks of court give all sheriffs twen ty days warning and in their turn the sheriffs are obliged to post notice? in every voting precinct 15 days be fore the eelection for the benefit ? tne pubJu. P