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i WEEKLY ?ST.IIRD 1S3I f- DAItY JSTAUL1 IIE1 iIO RICHMOND, INDIANA, WEDNESDAY MORNING, JANUARY, 3, 1906. SINGLE COPIES i r 7 l! GOTH WHEELS OF PASS OVER BODY wSe Riding Bicycle Ran Into Horses of Brewery Wagon. Yesterday morning as Mr. James Mulford was riding down Main street, on- his bicycle, he collided with the team hitched to the Jung Brewery Co. 's wagon. Mr. Mulford was thrown from the bicycle and un der the front wheel of the brewery wagon, the hind wheel also passing over him. The Palladium was very anxious to get at the truth of the matter and called upon Mr. Rowlett, who tohV the following story of the accident : "Yesterday morning as my team was going east on Main street, Mr. Fred BlickwedeL arid 11 r. Fred Han-, ning were on -the --''wagon, The men were making deliveries' and - were on the south side of Main in " front of Ir.vin Reed's hardware store. At this point the horses were turned to cross the lreet to make deliveries to Christ man's saloon, on north Sev enth. A street ear was just passing and it obscured the view of the men for a few seconds. At the same time James Mulford was riding his wheel, on the way to C. B. Hunt's grocery, and was in front of NefT & Nus baum's shoe store when the beer wagon Avas just starting across the DANIEL E. STORMS CALLS Hanly Says Storms Has Failed to Pay Certain "Moneys Due the State. Indianapolis, Ind., January 2.- Daniel E. Storms, Secretary of State,, today absolutely refused to cClnply with Governor Hanly 's request that he resign his office. Mr. Storms, after a long 'consultation with A. C. Har ris, one of his attorneys, went with Harris to the Governor's office, re they were closeted with the "Governor for a short time. When they came out Mr. Storms stated that he had refused to resign. Further than that, he said he had no state ment to make. Governor's Brief Statement. Governor Hanly said: "Mr. Storms this morning refused to re sign, and has so far failed to pay the State certain moneys due from him to the State." He would say nothing as to what course would be pursued. 4-:' It is supposed that Wal action I, will be taken in the Marion county lVeourts looking to the removal of Storms from office. In order to do this it is thought that a written ac cusation will be filed against Storms, charging him with mismanagement of his office, and also charging him with the failure to pay to the State s "the certain moneys" referred to bv the Governor. If this is done, Storms will be cited to appear, and the case will be summarily disposed of. In case of conviction the office will be wmie noming autnormve is given out concerning the "certain moneys due the State," that Storms is said not to have paid into the treasury, it is understood that this includes in terest on the $25,000 of money due ' the Stale in July, but no'; paid until 'T the-October settlement; ako noneys 'ajjkged to be due from Storms be "r cause of the premature use of the V -'appropriation, for stenographer; and V third; moneys alleged to be due from i the foreign corporations department of the office owing to the drawing of X $2,000 and t he payment of only $1,50 or .'$1,S00 to the foreign cor ; pfXlions clerk., v .All of the other fee-receiving' of fices settled today, with the excep tion of Sid Conger, Chief Oil Inspec tor, who settled Saturday. The ' amount paid in was $10,477.45. Attorney-General Miller's payment was 1 $1,870.40; Robert C. Brown, Clerk of the Supreme Court, paid over $4, 054.30; even the Railroad Commis sion paid over some small fees HEAVY WAGON OF JAMES WORD street. Suddenly his wheel ran into one of the horses, frightening.it and causing both horses to make a for ward lunge and Mr. Mulford was thrown under the front wheel. Both wheels passed diagonally over the shoulder and chest which is the best resisting point. Mr. Mulford was also slightly' hurt ' about the head. No bones were broken. The Jung Brew ing wagon was gfing slow and our wen were not in any way to blame for the accident." Mr. Mulford was taken into Lu ken's drug store and Dr. Davis called who gave him medical attention. He was taken to his home in the ambu lance, where he is resting very com fortably. Mr. C. B. Hunt stated last night that he had just visited Mr. Mulford and fo'und him in better condition than could be expected. lie said Mr. Mulford attached no blame to any one, it. being one of those unaccount able affairs for which no one seemed responsible. Mr. J. F. Rowlett, manager of the Jung Brewing Company, Avas very much pained to learn of the accident and immediately set out to find who was to blame and was much pleased when he found that no blame rested upon his men. WON'T DESIGN ON THE GOVERNOR amounting to $10G.C0. Settlement was also made by the Auditor's of fice. What Prosecutor Benedict. Says. Prosecutor Charles P. Benedict re fused . to say what would be the re sult of his interview with Governor Hanly regarding the Storms case. He said that as a 'final decision in the matter had not been, reached, it would not be fair either to the State or to Mr. Storms. "Is is true that the January grand jury will take up and investigate the Storms case?" "I can not say," replied Mr. Ben edict. "There has been a conference regarding the Storms case between Governor 'Hanly and myself, but I do not think I am in a position to make any statement regarding the matter for publication. "Will 'proceedings be brought to oust Mr. Storms from his office." "I cannot answer that question (either. There are two ways for the .case to be handled.. One is for Gov j ernor-Hanly to call an extra session jof the Legislature and ask for the impeachment of -Mr. Storms by that brdy; the other is for the matter to bo taken up in the courts; but at this time T can not make a statement on the probable action." Attorney-General Miller and Gov ernor Hanly still- refuse to discuss the legal phase of the trouble. LODGE Qf:lliifra i:T3 Cited Meeting and The regular meeting o.fH:-ckr:3ad lodge of Masons was held IasKni-Vt. "-PC After the regular business, the lot lowing officers were installed: wm. "Walter Ratliff. Senior Warden George Smith. Junior Warden O. K. Karns. Secretary A. G. Compton. Treasurer E. M. Haas. Trustee M. D. Poulter. BROKEN RIB Horace Ratliff Met With Accident. While fixing a wagon tongue at his Vlace west of the city y est el-day, Mr. Horace Ratliff had one rib broken. The tongue slipped and struck him a glancing blow on the rib, breaking it. While the hurt is not serious it is inconvenient. RICHMOND EARLHAM COLLEGE (By Clarence Flynn.) The work of the winter term be gan in earnest this morning. Nearly all the students are in, including several new reeurits. During vaca tion all the buildings were overhaul ed and cleaned and shelving capa city Avas installed in the library for a thousand or more new books being catalogued this year. The first chap el exercises of the term occurred yesterday morning. Earlham Sick List. Mrs. Kaminski, the mother of Lil ian V. Kaminski. who is at the head of the Greek department, is ill of lung trobule, at her home on Nation al Avenue. Fiuley Newlin, the trcusxtrery and postmaster, has been confined to this home the past two days with a light illness. The wife of Prof. C. W. llodgin.of the history department, is '' seriously ill of lung trouble. .. . ;' ': apFrecItion The following note is self-explanatory : Richmond, Ind., Jan. 1, 1906. Rev. O. S. Harrison, City. . Dear Sir Although unknown to you I can 't help writing to tell you how much I appreciated "Thoughts for the New Year," in yesterday morning's Palladium. In my humble judgment it is worthy of being en rolled among the classics of our lan guage. Very truly, AN UNKNOWN FRIEND. INSTALLATION Richmond . Commandery, Knights "Templar. At the installation of officers of Richmond Commandery, Knights Templar, for the year 1000, Sir John L. Rupe acted as Deputy Grand Com nlander of Indiana and Sir Chas. E. Marlatt as Deputy Grand Marshal, The officers: Elwood Morris, E. C; Leroy E. Brown, G.; Geo. R. Wil liams, C. G.; Aaron W. Hempleman, P.; Theo. R. Woodhurst, S. W.; Wm. S. Porterfield, J. W.; John B. Dou gan, T.; T. W. O. Braffett, R.; Wm. E. Spangler, St. B.; John B. Keys, So. B.; Chas. W. Morgan,' W.; Harry Porter, C; Chas. H. Land, First G.; E. II. Bell, Second G.; Chas. E. Mar latt, Third G.; Harry N. Watt, Trus tee. COURT HOUSE Marriage licenses were issued to the following: Louis Trouse and Stella Gibbs and William Jones and Mat tie Blue. ' Petition is entered in the estate of Paul Ferguson deceased to sell all the personal property at a private sale. The will of the late Joseph Cloud was filed for probate in the clerk's uffice yesterday. JjCunty Commissioners will tiisif terjnoon and have a reg- fj:zr:-lHsJxrs over the county aw jakingei r Fetnaumts with differenPirisoivTtil"; terday was the day st.Jv Ik? : laAv. A committee composed of L.Wj tiowman, U O. Anderson and Will bobbins will meet in Supt. Jordan's office today for the purpose of for mulating plans for the exhibit of ag riculture in the public schools next spring. Annual Institute, Henry County. Newcastle, Ind., January 2. The annual institute of Henry county will be held in this city Friday and Saturday. The principal speakers will be 'Mrs. -..Virginia C. Meredith, of Cambridge City, and D. F. Maish, of Frankfort. The attendance prom ises to be unusually large. ROUSING MEETING SOUTH SIDE IMPROVEMENT ASSOCIATION Financial Report of the Treasurer Given Officers Installed. The . South Side Improvement As sociation Jjeld its first meeting of the year last eigjit at its rooms on South Sixth street.1 i. After theregular business had been transacted the treasurer gave out the following regarding the finan cial condition of the Association to and including December 31, 1905: Funds . . , $205.86 Receipts J rU. .... .......... 576.18 Expenditures . . . . . . . ...... 754.GG Balance .f. .. . 27.33 ,:The fui of the overall factory were as fallows: . On hand fc-. ........... $ 99.C6 Receipts 270.00 Expendituf$, ...... . . , 3GG.7G Balance .5 V.... . ...... 2.SG The President appointed Fred Yon Pein installing officer and the ofli cers elected at the last meeting for the ensuing j-ear were then in stalled. - President Mr. A. W. Blickwedel. Yice President Adam Kemper. Secretary Matt Von Pein. Treasurer Anton Stolle. The Board of Directors is compos ed of Fred Von Pein, Harmon Zwick er, Conrad Zwissler, Fred Miller, Cash Beall. Mr. Blickwedel, the retiring pres ident, and who also has been elected to succeed himself, read a report for the past year which is given here with. It is not necessary to further mention the success that the Asso ciation ha met with. Mr. Blickwe del 's report is as follows: President's Report. To the Directors and Members of CITY BOARO Installed at Cambridge City for Com ing Term. Special to Palladium: Cambridge City, January 2, The new city board was installed here Monday morning and the following are the officers for the coming term: John E. Gray President of board. Chas. Wheeler, F. C. Mosbaugh, Walter Waddell, Fred Storch Councilmen. There is only one new member of the town board, Chas Wheeler. Was Not Organized at the Rink Last Night. The meeting of the committee which was called to meet at ti e Col iseum to consider the question" of forming a Monday night skating club was ealled off beeause thjse who were supposed to be there Avere una ble to be present. It is thought that the Monday night club.-will be start ed not later than Monday a Aveek. At the meeting of the commiMee which will be held tonight all of the ar rangements will be made and date set for the opening. the NO RELIEF ' SaU'r.n'-sFirst Loan of New yea-r'Wf ; 1 - 1j jiff- New York, January 2. Be!ef 4. pressed last Aveek in Wall street that tie stringency in the money market which sent rates for call money soar ing to record hights, would be re lieved in a marked degree by tke re lease of fur-ds which had been g3th 'itHl for the pav-ment of yrar-end dividends, wfs not realized today. Tiic first -all of the neAV year in I he New York money market was ma le at 50 per cent per. annum, 1 , From 50 per cent, the rate for call money ran back to 30. SKATING CtUB 1 " hi The South Side Improvement As sociation. Gentlemen : I herewith present my yearly report for the year ending January 1st, 190G. First, under ray administration, we have beautified our hall, with are lights, by the as'sistance of your honorable body and officials of tr? city of Richmond. .. : Second, We have increased our membership from 133 to 305. This brought a nice sum of money and a good support from the citizens at large. Now I beg to say' that I hope that this membership Avill increase until we have at least 3,000. What did we do when we had six members? What have we done while we have 305 members? And what can be done when we have at least ,3000 or more members? Now, gentlemen, this is the point Ave should all bear in mind.. Third. By the efforts of the As sociation we came to our victory with the city council, to bring a new hose house to the South S'uel wJbieh is to my knowledge the best hose house in the city. Fourth. We had a grand opening at the Fry Brothers factory after completing the building, where we had a grand time and showed the public a great spirit by adding an other new factory to the South Side. Fifth. From time to time we had good meetings, a large number of minor matters came before us, we had a good factory from Anderson about located and would have it lo cated if the new addition was in readiness to receive it. Sixth. By the efforts of the Asso ciation we located a brick yard in (Continued to Page 8. U-GO-I-GO CLUB Of Milton Entertained by Mr. and Mrs. F. C. Mosbaugh. (John Pusinelli.) The U-Go-I-Go Club of Milton was entertained at the home of Mr. and Mrs. F. C. Mosbaugh on , NeAv Years afternoon by the Jolly Dozen Club of this city. After a social half hour, the guests all indulged in an interesting game of pedro, after which a dainty lunch Avas serA'ed. The decoration of the rooms Avere very beautiful and Avere holiday decora tions consisting of bells, ribbons, holly and red carnations. The score cards "Ivere delicate bells nicely got ten up. The ladies of the home club Avere assisted by Mrs. Ida Ful ler of NeAv York and Mrs. Fannie McGinnis of Indianapolis. The guests of the aftfernoon Were Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Wallace, Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Ferguson, Mr. and Mrs. Willard Wil liams, Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Caldwell, Theo. Christ, Mr. and Mrs. - Frank Wallace, Mr. and Mrs. Oliver Fergu son, Mr. and Mrs. Lafe Beeson, Mr. and Mrs. Albert Williams, Mr. and Mrs. Eb. CaldAvell and Mr. and Mrs. Wilber Elwell. V SECOND MEETING Of Weekly Services at South Eighth Street Friends. The second meeting' of the weekly services of the South Eighth street rch was held last night The suljjcTi- BiwITeftS4 church !" Dr. S Edgar Bond an dT Mrs. G urney Binford were the speak ers for the evening. Dr. Bond sub ject Avas. "With Herself, Temporal ly and Spiritually Vy and Mrs. Bin ford 's f 1 The World, Missionary and Ewingelistic." After these spec-hes there was .a short discussion and the meeting was closed by a short prayer serviee. - m . . . r JOHN hh'call PAYING UP Report That He Will Leave Office a Poor Man. New York, January 2. John A. Mi-Call, president of the Ncav York life Insurance Company, has paid to the company the $235,000 advanc ed to Andrew Hamilton and so far not accounted for by Mr. Hamilton. Thomas P. FoAvler, chairman of the company's investigation committee, appointed by the board of trustees, received today a check from Mr. Mc Call for $S5000 and a note for $150,000. Mr. McCall some time ago promised to make good this sum un less Hamilton, Avho Avas legislative agent for the big insurance com panies, rendered an accounting. On receipt of Mr. McCall 's letter accom panying the check and note, a meet ing of the board of trustees av as call ed for tomorrow. While no official statement on the subject was obtain able it Avas accepted as a fact that Mr. McCall 's resignation as presi dent will be presented to the trustees tomorrow. v At a conference of a number of trustees today, Alexander E. Orr Avas requested to accept the presidency of the company. Mr. Orr said he Avould prefer that some one else be selected for the place permanently, but he of fered to act as president until some one else is named. Others mentioned for the presidency are John Clafin, Norman B. Ream and Hiram R. Steele.. ' One of the members of the New York Life's investigating committee said today that the reason why Mc Call could not pay over the $235,000 in one lump sum was because Mr. McCall is a poor man. It was said he would go opt of office with practi cally nothing except his life insur ance policy of $500,000, and that in order to pay his $150,000 note he may have to get assistance from his wife and.some friends. C0f.1PR0r.1ISE Mrs. Clara Hull Settled Suit Against G. R. & I. For $2,200. r In the wreck of the Third M. E. church, Rome City excursion at Ken dalville, Ind., last summer, Mrs. Clara Hull Avas injured. Through her Attorney, Byrair C. Robbins, she filed suit, against iho G. 1?: T f,t $10,000. A compromise Avas effected yesterday. Mrs; Hull accepting $2, 200. John L. Rupe represented the railroad. HIGH SCHOOL NEWS. The Seniors .who had some trouble with the faculty before are all back in school.'- ;'.:: '.--;- ';,:':.':,'":;-;: Tonight the high school basket ball team will play the T. A . P. boys. It is thought that the game Avill be a battle royal a3 both teams have had some trouble and the game will be hard fought from, start to finish. School made a very good strat this morning. EA-erybody seemed to be in the very , best of spirits and every thing moved very smoothly. Mr. Clifton Williams visited the High School this morning after an absence of about four years. Prof. Fiske reurned yesterday morning after a visit to his mother at Washington, ToAva. SCORE 8 to 6. Before an audience of about three thousand the Grand Rapids , polo team defeated the Kalamazo team y a score or to u. it was one of the most sensational gairiesjtJUa been played ijpu-r . 'Jr -ftl. This goes to . " G This eoes to X was of the SOJTw, AH XJtiAAS. Mr. Frank Haner, of the Geo. H. Knollenberg Co., left Sunday even ing for St. Loui3 where he will meet his brother-in-law, Mr. L. H. Bessel man and together they will enjoy a three weeks trip through 'Arkansas and Texas. Mr. Besselman is travel- f ing salesman, for the S. Sanford & Son Carpet house, New York.