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: THE MOMnwaPAI-IiADnnf 'TJITJBSDAY JANUARY "4," 1906. I :1 :1 1. ALLADlUr! I 1 " I LO OCHMONpOSTOFFICK AS I) CLASS MATTER Tim day nxz. will be found at the nJacea: takeiAffice. is kclotei. Hotel. Dr s Company Depot. to 2 hr Store, West Main. Me Cigar Store. Hani at all places of sale. with INTRODUCED IN NEW YORK LEGISLATURE ri i t IIICOMPETEIIT FOR OFFICE Governor Higgins Urges a Drastic Insurance Law With Other Reforms. Albany. N. Y.. January 3. The mi"9 if ic 3ESIflN SEAT Vtc. I laif ' oi RESOLUTIONS iju State Legislature convened at noon fi i today for the one-hundred-and-twen- today ty-ninth session, under conditions in i t i mi Jrttmxvays remarKaDie. xne cxosiug c7TH4rest iactionai lights u 'exu lt'sn of many TKft tlTo"dctmts4v,Actbn would at qnie begin n policy oTWfwiief fn" derstanding that at the opening of the session Senator Edgar S. Brack ctt, of Saratoga, would introduce his long-heralded joint resolution re questing the resignation of United States Senator Chauncey M. Depew; the intensity of feeling in many quar ters resulting from the disclosures of the insurance investigation all these things drew upon the opening of the session todav a degree of public in terest jit cater UHkiWHxr 7 fO; " -years v-xt. Sol wi vxeceivinsr tire Republican vote. - There was very much more than the 'ttsual interest also in the annual message of Governor Higsins to the Legislature, which included import ant recommendations as to life in surance. . " ' ' The political atmosphere was quiet after the speakership struggle. State Chairman 1$. . Odell, Jr., left today for his home in Newburgh. He would sqv nothing ns to the speakership, the State chairman or his future plans. Senator "Brackett, soon after the Legislature convened, introduced a resolution demanding of Chauncey M. Depew his resignation as United JStater Senator from this State. The resolution in full is as follows: 4 'Since the adjournment of this Senate the people 'of the State and nation have been staggered by the re lations shown to have existed for years getween the Equitable Life Assurance Society and Chauncey M. Depew, one of the Senators of the State in the United States Congress. Recognizing that these disclo sures have caused a. total lack of con fidence in the ability of the Senator named properly to represent the peo ple in the body to which he was elected. . "Resolved, by the Senate, That Chauncey M. Depew be, and he here by is, requested--frtr-ir:in 1 ii w Can- ..--" ; , .. y surance law. AGREEABLE CHAIiGE The former rule of charging extra fare to ride on the InterurVaa Liinit- )J-'UMiW1 T J H ' - " V.' has ' ,1 7 retofore -IlHtions which made it the same are Ml - -- 1. Z .-, .1 nntam'lllA n C VlO. ton. From now on the fare will be L proportional to the distance traveled. nd the extra fare between here and fWcrville. Cambridse City or Dub- f tin will be 10 cents; between here and ! Thmreith. Knightstown or Green- field 15 cents and to Indianapolis 2a iDiifc Tho faro in Tlflvtnn or '"Fntnn will be 15 cents. The travel on the interurban cars has been heavy all through the sea son, owing: to the excellent weather all cars have been arriving and leav ing- on time. . COURT HOUSE Marriage Licenses. Jonathan Iiradway and - Alcinda G i i (lis, Cambridge City. . Probate Matters. As guardian of the estate of Matt- 4rev--Artis, insane, John Nicholson has filed a report of final settlement. Alonzo E. Clouds has petitioned to be appointed administrator of the es tate of Joseph Clouds. The petition was granted and bond was fixed at fOOO, with Mary (. Matthews and Harry Delcarnp as sureties. Real Estate Transfers. Nancy, Main to Merton W. Grills, the east half of lot 1, and the east half of lot 8, in block 10, Hagers town; $235. Daniel S. Van Etten to Charles D. Stokes, lot 16, in C. T. Price's addi tion to Richmond; $1,000. John C. Evans and wife to Martha J. MeGee, part of section 36, town ship 18, range 14 east ; $1250. Joseph and Minnie Meyers to John P. and LueHa Meyers, part of frac tional section 34, township 16, range 14 cast, and a part of fractional sec tions 11 and 14, township 13, range 2 west; $8,000. CITY STATISTICS Health" Office. Howard Hall, in the family of George Tiall, 1 15 North Sixth street, has diphtheria. Births. Harry Robertson and wife, 311 Linden avenue, a girl, first child. Thomas T'oyce And wife, 807 North I street, girl, first child. George L. Smith and wife, girl, fifth child. Otto Schneider, and wife, girl, first child. :::t;;s Alio fu;;os A THOMPSON The remains of Carrie M., wife of William Thomp son, will be taken to Columbus, O., today for burial. ME YON The remains of Eliza beth Meyon, who died at Easthaven Monday, were taken to Matamora, Ind., yesterday morning for burial. HUNT The funeral services and burial of Elizabeth A. Hunt, will take nlace this morning at 11 o'clock from the Friends' church at Chester, and burial will be in the adjacent cemetery. The funeral cortege will leave the home, G2 Sherman street, at 10 o'clock. JONES Nellie Jones died vVed- nesday night at the home of her fath er, Benjamin Jones, South Thirteenth and J streets, at the age of 8 years. The funeral will take place Friday afternoon at 2 o'clock from the house. Burial will be in Earlham. OBITUARY. Mrs. Hiram Bulla died Tuesday,De- cember 8th, at eight o'clock, p. m. She was born August Cth, 1828, be ing at the time of her death seventy seven years, four "months and thirteen days old. Miss Elizabeth Stanley was married to M; Hiram Bulla at Westville, Ohio, December 4th, 1845. With her husband and family she came to Kansas September 22nd, 18S1. Thirteen children were born to this union nine boys and four girls, of which there are seven boys and two girls living. The eldest son resides at Youngstown, Ohio, and has been engaged in educational work all his life. " The second son is an ex senator of California, and make's his home at Los Angeles. W. S. and F. L. Bulla are pa vine contractors of Wichita. The rest of the family are citizens of Bourbon county. Her husband, Hiram Bulla, at this time, is over eighty years of age. Mrs. Bulla had been a member of the M. E. church for sixty-three years having joined it in Ohio in 1842. She lived a sweet conscientious Christian life, and had the confidence of all who knew her as to her faith and sin cerity in what she professed. The funeral was held at the M. P. church and was conducted by R-v Caldwell, of Redfield, and sh? vas laid to rest in Mt. Zion cemetery. Her six sons acted as pall bearers. ' W-'7'- 9 W- X'- -'.:.", s Kfi . vriT Vt''':A3 .7 vt i THE FUTURE HOME OF MISS ALICE ROOSEVELT.. Representative Nicholas Longworth of Ohio, who is to wed Miss Alice Roosevelt in February, nas rented a very comfortable resideuce in Washington and fitted It up in palatial style for his bride. The Longworth home is 831 Eighteenth street. , WILL OUST DANIEL STORMS IT HAS BEEN DECIDED BRING ACTION IN THE COURTS. TO TTORNEYS ARE EMPLOYED Secretary's Salary Stopped on Ac count of Money He Owes State. Indianapolis, Ind., January 3. At a.,cojafcince yesterday afternoon, it was deluded to bring action in the Msrion County Circuit Court 'tb cause a; vacation of the office of the Secretary of State by Daniel E. Storms, who has refused to resign at the request of the Governor. At the conference were, besides the Gover nor, Attorney-General Charles W. Miller, Prosecuting Attorney Bene dict, of Marion.eounty; W. A. Ketch am, ex-Attorney-General of the State and Attorney Charles Smith. Gover nor Hanlv, acting under provisions of Section 7G06, R. S., 1001 allowing "l I1.' IT j MRS. VICTOR H. METCALF. Mrs. a;t.-a:- one or the pputar hostesses of Washington, is the wife of Victor II. Metcalf, secretary of comrjerce and labor. Mrs. Metcalf is a tall blond and has a striking presence, eug.iglng manners and a very pleasing per sonality. Before her marriage she was Miss E. Corinne Nicholson. J1 v y : V . : j . jt Si 'r a:-' .v for the employment of special coun sel, has engaged Mrt Smith and Mr. Ketcham to assist the State and county in'': the suit. Two possible modes of action were discussed,-' one to institute quo war ranto proceedings - against Storms, and the other to attempt to obtain his conviction of felony. The quo war ranto proceedings would be .more in the nature of an ouster, which would immediately create the vacancy. In ense the second plan should be used conviction on a felony charge would ipso facto, create the vacancy. In both of these proceedings, in formation is filed before the judge of the Circuit Court directly, and the grand jury does not come in as a factor. It is supposed that the in formation will be filed by the mem bers of the investigating committee. . Acting on the request of Governor Hanlv. AVarrcn Bialer. Auditor of t-ii O 1 J. T ' 1 771 ruaie, reiuu u, pa . iu m-i r.. Storms. Secretary of State, his sal- ary. ine request was mane oeeause of the refusal of Storms to resign at the -Governor's request, the Gover nor's position being ' that Storms owes the state money, and hence can not collect money from the state. This money alleged to be due the State includes the interest on about $25,000 omitted from the July set tlement, an amount due from the for eign corporations department, and a sum alleged to be due the State be cause of the anticipation of the sal ary of a stenographer. The official board of Fifth Street M. E. church will hold its regular monthly business meeting tomorrow j evening at the church. ,.r - "T7.i.7i:-i w.i -,a ' I - . V '- ' 'Ji $ x ink "v-'H-'f r ft - Wjc , ' ' t A -f- f v y :yTrrfri ANNOUNGEM ENTS REPRESENTATIVE. W. S. RATLIFF is a candidate for Representative from "Wayne County, subject to the Republican nomina tion. CLERK. HARRY PENNY is a candidate for clerk of the Wayne Circuit Court, subject to the Republican nomination. AUDITOR. D. S. COE is a candidate for Au ditor of Wayne County, subject to the Republican nomination. TREASURER. B. B. MYRICK is a candidate for treasurer of Wayne County, subject to the Republican nomination. COMMISSIONER. C. E. WILEY is a candidate for Commissioner of Wavne Countv (Eastern district) subject to the Re publican nomination. SHERIFF. LINUS MEREDITH is a candi date for Sheriff of Wayne County, subject to the Republican nomina tion. - '- ' CORONER. DR. G. A. MOTTIER is a candi date for Coroner of Wayne County, subject to the Republican nomina tion. DR. MORA BULLA is a candidate for Coroner of Wayne County, sub ject to the Republican nomination. DR. A. L. BRAMKAMP is a can didate for Coroner of Wayne County, subject to the Republican nomina tion. FOR ASSESSOR. ALPHEUS G Wayne township. COMPTON. of Beware of Ointments for Catarrh i that Contain Mercury. i memiry will surely destroy the o .i l.t,, de range the whole system when enter ing it through the mucous surfaces. Such articles should never be used except on prescriptions from reputa ble physicians, as the damage they will do is. ten fold, to -the good you can possibly derive from them. Hall's Catarrh Cure.' manufactured by F. J. Cheney & Co., Toledo, Ohio, contains no mercury, and is taken internally, acting, directly upon the blood and mucous surfaces of the system. In buying Hall s Catarrh Cure, be sure you get the genuine. It is taken internally and made in Toledo, Ohio, by F, J. Cheney & Co. Testimonials free. Sold by druggists. Price, 75c per bottle. Take Ilalyl's family pills for con stipation. ITotre Dame Lady's Appeal. To all knowing sufferers of rheu matism,, whether muscular or of the joints, sciatica, lumbago, backache, pains in the kidneys or neuralgia pains, to write to her for home treatment which has already cured all of these tortures. She feels it her duty to send it to all sufferers FREE. You can cure yourself at home as thousands will testify no change of climate being necessary. This sim ple discovery banishes uric acid from the blood, loosens the stiffened joints, purifies the blood, and bright ens the eyes, giving elasticity and tone to the whole system. If the above interests you for proof ad dress Mrs. M. Saunders, Box R. Notre Dame, Ind. A Fortunate Young Lady. Mis3 Jennie Martin, 176 North Paul St., Rochester, N. Y.,; says: "I suffered long from kidney complaints home physicians and their . medi cines failed to afford me relief. A friend induced me to try Dr. David Kennedy ?3 Favorite Remedy made at Rondout, N. Y. The etfect was won derful. By the time I had taken two bottles I was completely cured and have bad no trouble since." Notice of Appointment. Notice is hereby given that the un dersigned has been appointed admin istrator of the . estate of Mary A. Moore, deceased, late of Wayne County, Indiana. Said estate is supposed to be sol vent.'. ' '' .'' ,' William H. Kelley, Admr. 12-23-3(KTan6 PURE i liRPLE iiSYRUP a few gallons left. Chardon, O. also Pure N. Y. Buckwheat HADLEY BROS. Pbone 292 ...MERCHANTS' DELIVERY... PHONE 758 TRUNKS, BAGGAGE 4 PROMPTLY DELIVERED. Headquarters at WeyantV Harness Store. See the beautiful line of Holi- day goods at Moormann's Book Store, 520 Main street. (Trading Stamps.) OUR GLASSES GORE Office hours from 9 a. m. to 5 p. in. Examinat ions free. Nos. 4 and 5 Aldine Building, Main street, near Tenth. Headache Cured. Mrs. Ryan, wife of Lee Ryan, liv eryman on South Tenth street, say.: "For years I had suffered with se vere headaches almost constantly. I was told by several specialists that my eyes were the cause of it, so. that I finally consented to the wearing of glasses which would help me for only a short period, when the head aches would return again. I was told that nothing more could be done for me unless I submitted- to having drops put in my eyes to sus- pesd the accommodation. I fearful of the effect,-as I kneyr others whose eves Had been " perma nently weakened rom. the effects of a mydriatic." I" consulted Mr. . and Mrs. Lingerfield and Miss Sweuzer, as I noticed in; their advertisement that 1 they . corrected' all latent trou bles; without the, use of a mydriatic. I am very much pleased with the re- suits, as it ii now nearly one year since they fitted me with glasses and my head has not ached since I have worn them. I am" grateful, too, to have found some one who was able to correct my trouble without the use of drops." Mydriatics. We do not use Belladonna, Afro pine or other mydriatics, injurious drugs all of them, and belonging to a past atage in the science of optics as applied to eyesight testing. To tal dilation with a xvverful jiydri- atic will set your eyes at rest. It will set them at rest so well that hi a great many cases it "will take the. eyes a year or more to get back to their normal conditor:3, n"d veiy often rest them so weW that tie eves are never comfortaVe again. By means of modern methods we obtain more accurate and ssUsfactory re sults without the U3 of drops, also avoiding much of the discomfort and often serious danger to the paticut. Mrs. Commons, wifj of E. L. Com-' lr.ons, proprietor of the Willow Crove Dairy, says: "M; eyes were more thoroughly teste j by Mr. and Mrs Lingerfield anj Miss Sweitzer than by any of'ic-i optician T ha4 previously consul ie-t. The glasses they furnished me are giving entire satisfaction, ind I ; wear .th.-jra with perfect comfort, which I Ind not been able to' do!lVrefoforc.,, v Bee Hive: MOCHA AHU JAVA COFFEE -A SPECIALTY T?I2F HIVE GROCERY t T I 1 " '! '