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The Richmond Palladium.
r - Page TOi i & 1 i Ladles' Noelty Embroidered;;:;?'G(stiimes I ALL READY TO MAKE TEN REAL PRETT7 DESIGNS Each costume contains an elegant dhapsdf kirt, with J8-inch shirred embroidery flounce; also embroidered edge front panady to be fitted. For the waist 2 yards fine 40-inch Frenc h Lawn with embroidered insertion to match ; also one em broidered front panel. SEE WEST WINDOW. YOUR CHOICE FOR $5.98 COSTUME COMPLETE Come and see them and you will appreciate this unusual offering. Kiy WILL WAIT TILL REGULAR MEETING MAYOR ZIMMERMAN WILL. NOT CALL SPECIAL COUNCIL MEETING THIS WEEK. JOHN MARSRALL MAY HOT SERVE FAVORS SALE OF PLA8T In Spite of Fact That He is For Muni cipal Ownership He Would Sell the : Light Plant. MARO HIGHLY PLEASING LARGE AUDIENCE PRESENT Popular Lecture Course Number at V Gennett Last Night Was One of Sea son's Best Entertainments Maro Equal to the Best. As a sort of a side dish to the menu of deep and learned discourses pre pared by' the managers of tho Popu lar Lecture Course In this city, the versatile Maro last evening Instruct ed an audience that taxed the seat ing capacity of the Gennett Theatre In the art of magic. As the program Stated, It was an "evening of mirth, melody and mystery." i Maro Is not only the equal of-the best magicians that has ever appear ed in this city, but as a musician, an artist and a shadowgraphist, he is not obliged to take his hat off to any mortal. . His .banjo playing, assisted ,Ty his saxophone quartette, was one of the.best numbers of the evening program. Iectl ECTURES UNPOPULP.fi BALL MEETING TONIGHT Preliminary Arrangements ' Will Be Made for New League Palladi um Signs Two Good Players. This evening at 7:30 o'clock there will be a meeting of the managers and captains of the Palladium, Kibbeys, East Havens and Pan Handle teams who will compose the Saturday after noon League. At this meeting pre liminary arrangements for the organ ization of the league v.ill be made. A schedule will be drafted and rules governing the organization will be drafted. All of the teams will put Cast men In the field and the clubs promise to be very evenly balanced. Two new players for the Palladiums were signed yesterday, Earl Crabb and Harry Parry, both outfielders. NEW TERMAT EARLHAM The spring term has opened at Earlham in earnest. Recitations are being heard in all departments. There are a few new students already enroll ed, but the greatest influx is expected when the country schools adjourn for the year. AT G SCHOOL SECOND TERM SOPHOMORES SE LECT DEBATERS TO UPHOLD THEIR CLASS IN. CHAPEL. On Account of the Teachers' Meeting at Indianapolis, School Will Close at Noon Today for Remainder of Week Students Are Looking For ward to Lecture of Dr. Raymond on April 6. SI arlham Students Do Not Like to Go To Chapel an Extra Hour Each Week New System Begins. I-. Prof. D. W. Dennis occupied the platform at the first regular chapel ex ercises of the term at Earlham Tues day. The subject of his address was ktte "Arch of Titus." The lecture jwas Illustrated with stereoptlcon hflews. ' I", This was the first of the regular weekly one hour chapel exercisest the iiew plan which is to be tried as an Experiment this . term. Although he lecture was very interesting on uesday, many of the students do not avor the addition ot an extra hour o chanel each week. BASKET BALL GAMES rrehmen and Day Dodgers at Earl ham Are To Meet Friday Night Receipts for Annual. Tho Freshmen and Day Dodgers of p.irlham v.ill meet Friday night in the Karlhara gymnasium in the first -of the series of bnskc-t ball games to be nlayed between the two teams. An admission fee of ten cents will charg ed for the benefit of the "Annual." A preliminary game may be arranged between the R:tlnes3 College nnd the 'i:rlham Sophomores. WANTED Girl to do 'tfy at 103 Soith ger. Indiana -St? I fat.and sltor, ft n 11 7 1 V- ouse work 5th St. II. Layer 26-L . PATRICK BERGANIDEAD Patrick Bergan, formerly a well laov.n resident of this, city, died on March 13, at ; JTemplemore, Ireland, While on a visit to his native country. He is survived by a son and daughter. TEACHERS AT CAMBRIDGE School Board Has Selected Same Corps of Teachers for coming Year as Is Serving. tP l indium SprcUl.1 Cambridge City, ?Ind.; March 28. The school board of this city has se lected the same corps of teachers that has served for the past year. The staff la as follows: Mr. Lee Ault, su prlnclpal; Mr. G. W. Bowden, mathe matics and history; Miss Louise Ford, Latin and history; Mrs.' J. T. Reesse, Room No. S; Miss Elizabeth Rankin, Room 7; Miss'-. Elizabeth "Whelan, Roopi 6; Miss Dora Wallace, Room 5; Miss Annette Edmunds, Room 4; Miss Katherine Kneese, Room 3; Miss Ella Newman, Room 2; Miss Elsie Kendall, Room 1. This year about 375 pupils are enrolled and the condition and standard of the school is better than it has been for many years. There will be 15 students in the graduating class. EAGEH GETS PROMOTION , Harry Eagan. n stenographer in the offices ot 1 JSjTreight" agent of the Richmond Division.has been pro moted to th Chicago .offices of, the Pennsylvania Unes. Mr. Eagan takes his new position the first of April. The second term sophomore histo ry class of high school, elected their debaters Wednesday afternoon. In the debate, which will take place in chapel some time in the near future, the boys will - -debate against the girls. The question for debate has not yet been agreed upon, nor have the debaters been given their sides of the debate. Those elected by the class are the following: The girls- Alice Lannlng, Luclle Polglaze and Mable Kuhn. The boys Howard Reld, Claude Waldo and rank Buell. The alternates are Mary Likens for the girls and . Harry Loutz for the boys. These debates are a novel af fair for chapel exercises I and are greatly enjoyed by the student body School closes at noon today for the rest of ' this"" week on account of the Southern Indiana Teachers Associa tlon meeting at Indianapolis today and tomorrow. The next of the series of Univer sity Extension lectures to be given by Prof. Jerome H. Raymond, in the high school hall, will be on Friday evening, April 6. . The subject of the lecture will be "Switzerland, .the Tri umph of Democracy,." li who have heard Prof. Raymond expect this lecture to be better than any of the fine lectures he has already given. WERR LODGE HAD WORK ' ebb lodge had work on several candidates last night in the Master's degree. Next Friday evening, the Richmond Lodge of Masons will hold a special meeting and confer the Master's- degree on - two candidates Try prize. to win the Palladium $1 "tip? ELECTION POSTPONED INSURANCE COMPANIES HIT Upper House of New York Legislature Puts Off the AnnuaTJJklections : Big Companies Under Investigation Till November 15. , Mayor Zimmerman stated last night that there would be no special meeting of the city council this week to consider the offer which will be made .by parties for the Municipal Lighting and Power plant. This meet ing was to have been caled if the for mal bid for the property was pre pared in time but the indications are now that this will not be ready un til the last part of the week. The Mayor says that it is almost certain that the bid will be ready to submit at the meeting of council Monday night. When asked If he favored the sale of the plant, as he was quoted. May or Zimmerman said "I am in favor of municipal ownership but if a fair price is offered for the city plant I think It would be advisable to sell. However, it makes no difference to me what action council takes, as I am only submitting the bid which has been made because it will be handed to me as mayor of the ctiy and it is my dutp to bring it before council." Mayor Zimmerman has refused point blank to make known the identity of the parties desiring the plant. It is thought by some people .that they are local men. MOTHERS' LEAGUE FRIDAY Mothers' League of the Findley School will meet at the school build ing Friday afternoon at three o'clock This : organization Is doing much for the pupils and patrons at the school and the public is invited to attend. HAD THIRDJEGREE WORK Herman Lodge I. O. O.T. had third degree work last night. The members of the lodge will go to New Paris next Thursday night to" aftend an initia tion. AT THE THEATERS MANAGER MURRAY IS NOW OUT OF THE CITY SECURING A BILL FOR HIS HOUSE NEXT WEEK. Richmond Patrons Cannot Get Through Talking About the Coming of Ben Greet, the ..Noted Producer of Shakespearean Works Manager Swisher Assures the Public That It Is Ben Greet With His Own Com pany. LOCAL MAN WILL PROBABLY TURN OVER LOWENSTEIhTS AFFAIRS TO TRUST CO. A SAD AFFAIR AT MUNCIE s W Jf a f I . mm. a a wen rvnown iviercnani ounen losi i I of Store by Fire and Then Dies from Over Dose of Morphine. John Marshall, of this city, who was appointed receiver of the clothing firm of Michael Lowenstein, of Muncle, when their store was consumed by fire about two weeks ago, will proba bly surrender his charge on account cf the death of Mr. Lowenstein. The Muncle Trust Co. has been named ad ministrator of the estate and will at once take charge of the affairs of the disrupted firm. The burning of the Lowenstein store, followed by the death of Low enstein himself, due to accidental J poisoning, is the question of the hour at Muncie. About two weeks ago the store burned with total loss, and al: though there seemed to be something mysterious surrounding the origin of the fire, nothing could be proven. A few days ago, Lowenstein's little girl came home and said that some one at school told her that her own father set fire to the store. At thl3 remark, her father burst into tears, and since then, was a heavy user of morphine. It is presumed that he took an overdose of the drug, there by causing his death. Mr. Lowenstein was one of the best known merchants in this part of the state and some of his friends think that he took his own life rather than listen to the talk of the many persons who were openly accusing him of burning his store to get the insurance. ! ROCERV SPECIALS. .. . I enn Timsn, t. nun i uiiuuim Splendid Values lr? Staplo t Articles of Highrade. ? r Walter Bakers Breakfast CocoaJfJ-i lb Tins) Regular price 30c Special .itt 22c Can. Extra Fancy LargfeHead R'9 Very best quality, Today 3 "jf lbs... nl - " ... .. . .. . . ....25c Lima Beans (Dried Ones tfood grade).. .. 7c per lb. Lowneys Premium Chocolate A Cake 15c. Lenox Soap 9 bars 25c. j Phillsbury's Best FWWou know what it is. Special for to- . day 25 lbs . .. 69c 5 Red Seal Lye... V.V. .. ,.8e per can. Little Blue Damson Plums' Large 3 lb. Cans, SpecialtOc .Can. $ 20th Century Matches A New Article packed 10CO in a drum first class at , m ..... 8c. PHONE YOUR ORDERS. J J. li. Eggemeyer 4tn ai& Main sts. ;x 1 f n V f Hf - -i .HFH' DENTIST. Ltest Methods In C' iwn and Bridge Work Phone 74f USED WHITE CHINA EGGS JOKE ON JOHN REThMEYER Fred Barton Worked Off Some Hard " Shell Hen Fruit on Popular Rail road Operator Chicks Never Came and Friends Are Laughing. Richmomdl E. E. McDIVITT COR. 8th A .. .P. J. MOSS The Ben Greet Players who will present Shakespeare's The, Merchant of Vnice, matinee, and Macbeth, eve ning, next Saturday March 31, tat the Gennett' Theatre, are meeting with a tremendous, success everywhere. Mr. Greet modestly states that the ma jor part of the credit belongs not to himself or his company, but to Shakespeare himself, and that what ever success he is attaing, and it is by no means inconsiderable, is large ly due to the fact that his company presents the complete text of the plays thus giving them their complete strength and beauty. Vaudeville st New Phillips. When Manager Murray returns to the city tomorrow he is expected to have some good news for the patrons oif vaudeville at the . New Phillips in reference to next week's bill. He is visiting vaudeville houses in Ohio and no donbt will secure some fea tures of special interest for subse quent, programs at his local . house. The "bill that is running at the "New Phillips this week has been accorded a most liberal patronage and has pleased greatly. Matinee patronage has been unusually good. Charles T. Bell, who is to sing the illustrated songs, has arrived, but owing to a slight illness has been delayed in tak ing up his work. Those who care for comedy . can find an abundance of it In this week's program, furnished by Harry L. "Webb, in blackface: Charles and Ethel Perrv. in reflnea charac ter changes,and John and Alica Mc-W Tyf gymnastic work will be pleased with Li. we turn put on Dy we juarmeuas. il lustrated songs - and motion pictures round out the bill in good style. . W. A. Sample, traveling auditor of the Penusyhaaia Lines, was in Richmond yesterday visiting his fa Publishers' Press Albany, N. Y., March 28. By a vote of 47 ayes to no nays, the upper house of the NewYork legislature this after onoon passed the bill of the special in surance investigating commission which , postpones until .Nov.. 15, the hnnual elections of the New York Life, the Mutual 'Life, the Mutual Reserve and the.-Security Mutual-Life-insurance companies; terminates on that date the tenure of office of all the present directors and trustees of the company and nullifies all proxies exe cuted rrior to Sept. 15 next. The bil now. goes to the assembly for con- HOMESTEAD DESTROYED fPalladMi n Special. ' Milton, Ind., March 28. Dr. has received word of the de of the old family homestead port, by fire Saturday. I. $4,000; insurance $2,000. was occupied by we age mother of the doctor, and entle uction South-near he place widowed Trading stamps checks with ;HABinER'S, P rM Lis brother. off trading -ail nrofjries at - NHO Main. Telegraph operators and the clerks in we Pennsylvania offices ' in this city . are having a good laugh at the expense of John Rethmeyer, a popu lar operator, on account of a story which just leaked out. ; Rethmeyer has ideas on the rais ing of young chickens.. Qn noticing that one of his favorite hens indicated a desire to "set" he secured a dozen of fine eggs from Fred Barton, who also raises chickens and placed them under the hen. A few days ago, Mrs. Rethmeyer passed the remark that there seemed to be something the matter with the eggs, as they loo"ked much larger and whiter than usual. Rethemeper look ed but they were the same fine eggs to him. " He then called in outside authority to pass upon the eggs. Examination showed them to be of first quality white china, like the kind sold at any of the crockery stores for five cents each. COLDS CURED Itl OtlE DAY IB Munyon's Cold Cure Relieves the head throat and lungs almost Imme diately. Checks Fevers. Star discharges of the Nose. Takes Away All Acnes and Pains Caused by Colds. It cures Grip and obstinate Coughs and pre vents Pneumonia. Sold by all Druggists, 25c ' SltWe Co. cjd rVN i .. .p. j. moss r showing of Spring Shoes and rds are the best ever shown, in mond. )ur sz.50 oxrords ror uaaifl are great, made In Pat. Leather, the new Gun Metal and Vici Kid. Handsewed Extension and turn soles. These shoes being hand sewed j makes them more comfortable, more stylish and hold their shape better) than other shoes at that price. Our $3.00 and $3.50 Line or Oxfords and Shoes possess as much style, fit and wear as many $5.00 Shoes. Our Line of -Men's Shoes at $3.00, $3.50, $4,00 and $5.00 Are Great Values. ( Sole Agents Douglas and Stetson Shoeslor Men. Krippendorfs Shoes for Women. Nofice our window- - joy CHAS. H. FELDMAN, CLERK. The Central South Tli nhnle of Soft Winds. Persistent Sunshine and Gentle rains; the land of Beauty, Hap piness, Flowers, Contentment and Health. ; Throughout thiswide area fertile land is yet to W had at from a Northern standpoint VERY LOW PRICE8. , Tj From some of this land an average of " $416.95net, ' was ".: made last year on Strawberries. , hly From Cantaloupes $250.00. mv$k Peaches, Apples, Grapes, return handsomely. Cattle need-. but little winter feed. , Write me for Facts and Figures. G. A. Park, General Immigration and Industrial Agent Louisville & Nashville R. RJ LOUISVILLE, KV. i 5 .............4. ....4..4.4..4..4..4. 188.8.131.52.184.108.40.206.220.127.116.11. 4. 4-, J 4- 4.4rl!4r4ll"Sl S4 4 4 S l" 4 4-4- 4- 4- 4-' 4- 4- 4- 4- 7 r m 4-4-4-4 4-4- We've got tle grays. ' Recejetl by this morning's ex press complete new line faarwfcol Dress Goods, now so scarce and so very much(?ndpmand Also complete lines of Alice Blues, Resedas, Reds, &c. Our increased busi nes in this department is the very best evidence that our selections, prices and generous assortments are right. Respectfully, BOSTON STORE. 18.104.22.168.22.214.171.124.4. 4 4 4 4-4-4-4 4-4-4- 4-4-4-4 4- 4- 4- 4- 4- 4 4 4 4-4 44-4-444'4'4' 4-4-4 4-44 4- 4- 4- 4- -1 4-1 3 4 4 4 41 4 4 4 4 -i"4 h 4. 4 4 4 4 4 4- 4 4 4 4 4 4 4- 4 4 4 4-"4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4