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PAGE FOUR THE RICHMOM MEMBER ASSOCIATED PRESS PUBLISHED DAILY AT 922, CENTRAL UNION HOME - ' K VTEKED AT RICHHOWD POSTORKIOB A.8 Br.COHD-CI.A8g MATTER l hUv delivered by carrier to any part of the city tor seven ceata a, week. SUBSCRIPTION RATKS: I ; c DAII.T . ! y-i . - . i i . MlAMu 4 sitranftA .... ....... $! " i:Mli"CMY, SU 111 nil 11 3j 11. vv ......... - ... . . -v - - . . .s - ..A.- 4 . V. ln .Joa na .... . ............a............ t......-.. OWJ II ItMU lll , UI1 lll'liuiiu onnivv S 00 Oitside cttv.one year, in advance WKKKLY-By mall one year, fl.00 tn advance. in rnTT CATT at any time to get yaur pper froui your carrier, yon will con IF YOU rAlL rJrafa-orbyaton59notlfvla?theofflc?bytele9hor' JOHN S. FITZCBBONS, Editor and Business Manager The trouble with Mr. Davis seems to be that his capital is not as active in the' cause as he is. In addition to bis other problems dY.dge Parker now has to face the ne cessity of getting Ileflin and Yarda- wan to keep their mouths shut. Cleveland warns his party not to treat polities with light-hearted care lessness They need the warning. . -o- : One reason why Judge Parker is not talking may be that he cannot ' My anything without contradicting either himself or some of his advis- ers. j. . The campaign mmagers are urg ing Parker to come out and show himself. Perhaps the up-State vot er are wondering . whether he is rial. o llourke Cockran passionately asks, "What shall we do with the men who, have burdens 'greater than they can carry? As a beginning, Mr. Cockran mitrht get off Judge Par ker's back. Cleveland may think the Demo cratic methods savor of light-hearted carelessness, but he made no such accusation against President Roose velt's action in the coal strike. He was all ready to turn in and help. Men familiar with the country Mem to think that the Filipino spell binders are worth just about as much as the nnti-imperialist talkers in litis country, -as exponents of public opinion: v, ' , August llelmont is said to have backed, out of the campaign, to the great wrath of the grabbers. This seems to indicate that Belmont bought Parker on the installment plan and thinks he hasn't got the worth of his money. THE SOLDIER VOTE. There is a league in. New York called the "National Veterans' Tar iff Reform League." The president is Joseph W. Kay, and the secretary T. K. Reed. The president and sec retary above mentioed have sent out circulars to all old soldiers in the interest of the Democratic party. .Several-of these circulars have been receivd by Republican soldiers in this city. A, little note accompanying the circular reads as follows: New York City. After reading the enclosed letter. If you think the arguments will have some influence with your friends. If. you will kindly arrange to distri bute the documents. 1 " : - Please wire or write lion. Thomas Taggart, No. 1 West Thirty-Fourth street, to that effect. , Letters " will be sent by express, charges paid. . .. We have a picture in oui; mind's eye of soMiers wiring Tom Tagerr't or any other Democratic Tom that they would handle tMir anti-'Retubli- can 1 1 rot. It sounds real funnv in this year of our Lord 3 SHU to hear the leaders of the Democracy plead ing im the soldier vtt. Li ucol newborn they once ridiculed, is in this cam paign their patron saint. The truth of tlu whole matter could be summed up in a nutshell. The Democratic leaders -in fact the Democratic party went into this campaign with out an issue. They diad exhausted j free trade and free silver, and if Trcsident Roosevelt bad not gone to D PALL A DIUM ND WSEKLY. MAN STREET. 21 21 LA BED j BUNION the Philippines and wron the famous battle of San Juan Hill they would certainly be in a sorry plight. De mocracy is dead. It's party is rent asunder by ali the varying elements. Witti Bryan and his "crown of -thorns,' Cleveland and . his "crown of gold," David B. Hill with his "hammer' -and Bourke Cochran with his "tongue" they have so thorough ly disorganized the party that it is an utter impossibility to ever put it in proper shape again. Cleveland set the country free trade crazy and he was elected. One rvjmocratic ad--ministration was enough. Through it the laboring man saw nothing but hard times. ' Shops and factories were closed and business was gen erally depressed. And when elec tion time came around again voters flocked to the polls anxious and ready to vote the Republican ticket. The laboring men at that election made up their minds that1 one Dem ocratic administration was enough and voted with the Republicans. It was decided when the Republican par ty was put in power again that it should jfremain their as long as the country ?was prosperous and the peo- i"-i.. pie bappy and contented. Hasn't that been the condition for the past eight years? What farmer has not been able to pay off -the mortgage put upon his land during the Cleve land administration1? How may la boring men have been idle since the Republicans resumed control of the government These,, are ,,the; things that count. '. The Democratic' party has great love for the old soldier to day. During the war it was differ ent. What does the people of this nation want if it is not labor well employed at good wages, happy home and- cheerful firesides 1 The Demo crats have got so used to howling about everything that it has become alipavtiM: the business with them. Ml kinds of .schemes are being re ported to, in this campaign such as disfranchising the colored men, and now sending out a pitiful appeal to the soldiers. How many soldiers will respond to the call? Let us hear from you. You who fought under the stars and stripes along with Grant, Sherman, Sheridan, : Logan, (larfield-ryou soldiers whom1' Grover Cleveland? tried to cut off the small pension you were getting; you sol diers who followed Sherman to the sea, and Sheridan when he was only j of you will vote with the party of "General" Parker and "Col." Bry an and "General" Gassaway Davis? How many? Echo .answers. How nianv ? Omaha via the Northwestern Line . In addition to its already remarka bly complete train service between Chicago, Council Bluffs and Omaha, The Norih-'Western Line has inaugur- ted j. "elegantly equipped parlor, car service tbvough to Omaha ' without , hange, : leaving Chicago .10 :1 - a. m. daily, arriving Omaha 11:40 ;p. m. uffet, smoking and, libra ry. car. on this train also opened to parlor' car assengez-s. Other fast trains leave Chicago 7:00 p. m., 8:00 p. m., and 11:30 p. m., daily over the only don- le traek railway between Chicago and the Missouri River. Iuformatiom and ickets can be secured from your home agent or address A. TJ. Waggener. trav. Agt 22 fifth Ave., Chicago, 111 j S. Sl. Whiteside. Aurora Suffered ; many yenrs with indigestion consti patiou. and stomach trouble. Hollis- . , iers : Rockv Mountain Tea cured me .comiletelv. 35 cents. Tea or Tablets. A. G. luken & Co. mm ANOTHER VICTIM i ) OF D017IEISC1 ICIDE IN L. E. & W. DEPOT VERNE KRALL COMMITTED SU- BEEN LIVING AT ZiOM CITY Doweites Took All of His Money and Would Return Him None of it Body Identified. The cause of Doweism has claimed one more victim. The unfortunate nrrson this time beiner Verne Krall. t - -3 - T who committed suicide in the depot of the L. E. & W. railway at Kckomo Saturday afternoon. The body was not identified until vesterday morn - ing.? Krall visited in Richmond a number of times when his home was near Kokomo and he was well known' here. He has been living at Zion City for the last three or four years, His father is now living at Hoops- toil. Ills. The following telegram from Kokomo frives a verv sranhielin reserve, few A.o.-l.un league teams account of the death of the young C7 M. ixi a n. Kokomo, Ind., October 24 Last evening, alter twentv-tour hours . , vigorous use of the telephone and! telegraph, Superintendent Taylor, of the local police, was able to announce that he had established the identity of the stylishly dressed young man who took a dose of arsenic in the L. E. & W. railway station here Satur- ti y aiternoon, ana wuo tuea two - r , -. i -i -t i hours later, at the count v infirmarv. to which he had been removed. The 7 v - dead man's name is Verne Krall, and his home, prior to his corning to Ko- komo. last Fridav. was at Zion City, lii. In one of his pockets was found the following unsigned letter, ad- dressed to a Chicago ewspaper: Will you please put my photo in the paper so my folks can claim me? Thev do not know where I am. They live near Chicago. I belonged to Dowie's church the last two years, but this summer they got hold of my money I had in the bank, and they took it out, and I could not get it biick. Aftr they got my money they made me leave the church without a cent, so I am not going to try to save anv more monev. 1 am going 10 quit, - -r 1 I had saved up a good deal in the two vears and they took every cent, I did not register by my right name, That is the reason I ask you to put this in the paper. Good-by and oblige." Krall arrived in Kokomo Friday evening and en-aged lodging at the Ilomp Hotel, after which he attended the performance of "In the Shadow of the Gallows" at the local theater. He went to his room about 11 o'clock that night, and did not reappear un- til 9 o'clock Saturday morning. IlelC. and Mrs. G. Hiser, of Indiana paid for his lodging, but took nolpolis, are guests of Mrs. L. Meyer, breakfast. From the time he left the hotel until 3 o'clock Saturday afternoon, when he was found vio- lnntlv ill in tbp vailwav station. I nctbino-has heMi l.arned of his where I iv iai v - a abouts. He admitted, when djing, that he had been poisoned by eating I randy that had arsenic in it, but de- nid'tbnt ho had intended to kill I himself. POLO GOSSIP The Western polo league is breath- ing easier. The joint conference held at the Imperial hotel yesterday between the magnaies 01 me v emi.u aium rsieru 1 leagues served to take a load from the somewhat troubled minds of the older league members. That the Western League is hav ing trouble, and lots of it, is not denied by the team owners. It is a family affair, however, and not a neighborhood, row, and it was to eou-J Hue the bellicose condition to their own organization that yesterday's meeting was requested by the West ern league. Last season the Central League paid reasonable salaries, satisfied its crowds and made money. The Western league paid exorbitant sal aries. ' satisfied its crowds, but did not make much money. This season the Central League is signing the same men at the same f salaries as last year and getting J ? Western is en- :i!on nipl- Tlip Wi-stern i ph. i nicelv. The d,avo,ing to sigxt its same players atl . - " a reduced salary and is having more tiinbl. than a Russian regiment. The result is that the Western ! ' i''"!!.! nlnvei-s nr sore at that r- ganization and in a "good trame of mind to jump 'cont racts; Should the Central league wish to violate the ex isting peace agreement and go to signing Western League players 'it is possible that it could do so, or at least cause the Western to boost its salaries With the Central League keepin its finger out of the trouble pie the Western believes it can dictate terms to its players. Yesterday's joint meet ing was requested by the Westerner:- in order to get a promise from the Central League managers that the old peace agreement will continue in force, and that they will not attempt to dicker with players who refuse to sign with the Western at the salaries offered I 1 he promise was given. At the meeting it developed that while practically every Central lea gue team is filled and. while that or ganization could begin to play by the middle of this week if necessary, the Western League has scarcely signed anv player. Indianapolis, Marion and Rich- mond have not a man signed .vet. . - Muncie has one, f.lwood two and An I derson four. Probably the most important ac- ltion taken by the leagues m the joint I conference was a rule regarding the seventh man reservedby a team. Each team is allowed to reserve seven players. Six of these are signed and the seventh is held as a base of supplies. Now, while every Central League team has an extra man held ' have a seventh man. i ine proposmon oi me nwimi I m, . - i! TV , 1 leaguers, made yesterday, was that .1,. n .1 t C A I. 1. 1 J 1... ! all oi inese .sevenm men nem u the league be released. This would I put several men on the market on whom the Western league might draw in event of any of the players now holding out-really remaining east. Their argument in favor of the move was that it would tend to de- l i .1 , .1 l veiop more jmho juavei . After 'considerable dickering the Central leaguers agreed to release It he men provided all those signed by Western league teams reverted to the Central league at the close of the Western league playing season. A rule regarding the borrowing of players by teams in event of accident I or sickness of their own players was I adopted. Any western league team can not borrow from another team of that league, but must go to the Cen tval and secure the substitute players of some' team" in" that league, while the Central league teams must bor- 1 row from a A estera team. Jn no case shall the pl yers borrowed be anv otK ler than the-jfubstitute of 111. team. Schedules were adopted by both !. .t "j"' ll . 1 - n earns, tnougn it is pronauie. inar,a few changes in the Thanksgiving and Christmas 'and 'New lear s eve dates of sonie of the' teams will be ma de later on h Special Sizes in rlower Pots. i Red .flower pots, .0 ' inch, 10c; 10 inch, 12c; 12 inch, 15c. For a few days only. Iliff's. Sixth and Main streets, Mrs. R. Jadorf, of Baltimore; Mrs, Henry Strauss, of "Washington, D. 203 South Eleventh street. FR RENT Two furnished rooms ' tor gentlemen lodgers at liuu ' Main street. . . 25-4t " Closing Days World's Fair Excursions Pennsylvania Lines. Only a shor time left to take advantage of lowest; fares ever offered tor any reposition : To miss the St. Louis AVorld's Fairj is to miss the grandest Exposition j ever known. Excursion tickets sold daily over the Pensylvania Lines. Ask C. W. Elmer, ticket agent, Rich mond, Ind., about fares. aHjatiHHHHHHrwiW-HHHHHHHHW I i : First Lesson Free; absolutely most , complete and up-to-date methods; position guaranteed ; j t lessons uy mail cxtiusivciy , li'J ill- jt i terference with regular occupation: $ no difficulties; everything simple anfi clear ; indorsed by boards of education and leading newspapers; V k . , . - . jownsend Bldg. New Y x ork. - sHHHHHHHHHHHfr r X 'X H X "X" Jfc Shorthand in 20 Lessons ARE 0 SURE s iOMDli VOTE? I The device at the head cf the Republican ticket is an eagte. The dev,ce t-the head of the Democratic ticket is a rooster. The Democratic ticket is in the firnt column, the Republican ticket ! In the second column, and so on. Below is a sample of ths heading of the Democratic and Republican tickets, with the respective party devices, In the order in which they will appear on the official ballot! f DEMOCRATIC TICKET. For Presidential Elector, State-at-Large, HUGH DOUGHERTY. DEST. Thousands of Indiana Republicans will lose their votes on Nov. 8 on as count of imperfect knowledge of the method of casting a ballot. Nine tenths of those who make mistakes will be persons who are absolutely ure that they know how it is done. It Is worth while to be certain DON'T DISFRANCHISE YOURSELF. ' Th. voter who r..dVciHrtS following instruction, will take no chance, on such a contlnBTncy; V hen you go to your voting place you will be handed three ballots- ' The state-ballot-On red paper, containing the candidates to be voted on ror state . office., except for senator and representative. ' The county ballot Printed on white paper. ? fdn8"MVa?t--p.i,Ite, a yellow paper, containing tha township ! .u ,f.U want .to vote raght Republican ticket, make a cross within the circle containing the eagle at the head of the second column of the bal- ! lot. ii , You must get your- ballot and the blue pencil of the polling clerk, in ths lection room. If you want to vote a straight ticket make a cross, thus, X. within the larg circle at the head of the ticket containing the device of the party for .. J i voie. ticket, you must not make a cross in of your party, but you must make a the left of the name of each candidate ever list or candidates it may be. If 18 marKa, ana m Daiiot Is marked at any other place. It Is void ami cannot be counted, unlecs there be no candidate for same office in the list printed -under such marked device, h, which case you may indicate your choice for such office by marking a cross, thus X. on the square to the left uuii: ul ajr canaiaaie tor sucn offlce on any other list. The cros. must be placed within or on the circle or square or the ballot is void and can- ' not be counted. . : Do not mutilate your ballot, or mark it by either scratching a name off or writing one on, or in any other way, except by marking In the circle 1 or on the squares as before mentioned. Otherwise the oallot will not be t ' counted. You must not put any mark of any kind on your ballot except as before mentioned. ... , ' - After markiug your ballots, and before leaving the booth, fold them ' eparately so that the face of each cannot be seenand so the Initial let- ! ters of the names of the polling clerks on the back thereof can be seen, i Then hand your ballots to the inspector, the pencil to the polling clerk, and ! leave the room. , " If you are DhvRlcallT i:nahl' tn marv 1 vmi - i . . . - tlish. so inform the polling clerks, and tell them how you wish to vote, and nut neitner you nor the clerks must how your ballot is marked. It is a not read English or cannoi mark -your case shall the ballots be marked by the English language or is physically until the voter has made the affidavit. If you should accidentally, or, by ballot, return it to the poll clerks and You must not accept a ballot from Toom- Ay ballot outside is unlawful A..V ... urn iiKuui m your possession, wueiiier you attempt to vote It or not. f ou must not attempt to hold any conversation in the election room ex- ' cept with members of the election board and poll clerks. TJs only the blue pencil handed to you by the polling clerk in marking ' your ballot. If you mark, with any other pencil your ballot I. void and "Will not be counted. You must not put any mark of any kind on your ballot except a. before mentioned. OF '92 NOT BE THE R - -Get out and vote'.f Thi. may well be the war cry ef Indian. Repub. lleani.m from now until the hour cam. fr elosina ths nolle an Tuaulav. Nov. 8. Let there be'no repetition Indifference and inaction of Republi juadrennium which had for It. symbol No Republican's responsibility en Nov. 8. Upon him rests the duty of uTc. M rt I 1 1 1 n f 1 1 rm In vuiiU a . i j ..... m; i - ( ' . .::. . . , i win a great victory ai me pons "ep"bn.Cn ,v? t0 be C,,L cast it is absolutely necessary that and file, who are final determinant, arouse themselves from that sense of security which, uninterrupted would mean defeat, but impress upon their neighbors the Importance, tha necessity, .of following a similar course. GET OUT AND VOTE. MORE THAN THAT, GET OUT THE VOTE. ' GET OUT AMD VOTE! TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 8TH. But your duty goes further than that. : It is essential tq the success of Republicanism in Indiana that you shall help GET OUT THE TUESOAY. NOVEMBER 8TH. YOU .acocej REPUBLICAN . TICKFT ' For Presidential Elector, ft State-t-Large. Vi GEORGE A. CUNNINGHAM REP. 11 you oo not wish to vote a straight the large circle containing the device cross, thus X. on the small square to for whom you wish to vote on what- the large circle at the head of the f m. . n. jvui uanui, ui auuui, rem Lfl" 1 make an affidavit to that effect, and , they will mark your-ballot for you. j permit any other person to hear or see 1 I penal offense to declare that tob'cm ballot, if, in fact, you can; and in no the pell clerks If the Voter can read able to mark his ballot, and the not 'v. y S' - V .. ; mistake, deface, mutilate or spoil your get a new ballot. J any person outside of the election ! and it is a penitentiary offense to have MUST - v GOIiimiTTED AGAR of the crime of 92, when through "the can. the country wa. sentenced te a the ouo hou.e. ds with fcis casting his own ballot en seeing that his neighbor does like D....LII... 1 LI. I ... f ncpuuukn mis u ruin or s mepir ... . tnn year it 1. only necessary for the 1frd,r that theIu" PlcP vote be from now en Republican, of the rank ef party success or failure, net only i . . 5 VOTE! ft