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The Richmond Palladium.
J :; T: V OF HEALTH ry .1. STATE BOARD BULLETIN Leu Sickness In February This Year - -.Than . Usual Consumption Leads the -Van as Usual Other Diseases. - " tPatladhun Special. J 4 Indianapolis, March 28 The re ports to the State Board of Health .published, in the monthly Board Bul letin, for February shows' that the Jiealth .of . the stte during the Febru ary Just past was much better than f the ... game r month , last year. There F were 5 912 fewer deaths, and disease prevalence about" 30 per cent less. Ot tKe. total deaths. 377 or , 14.2 ' per cent were of under one year of ..age f and 819 or 30.9 per, cent were , 69 years , and older. .. Some .- Important causes of death were: Tuberculosis. f 372; -typhoid fever,' '29; diptheria, 20; 'scarlet fever, '8; whooping "cough, .12 j pneumonia, 403; ' cerebrosplnal jncnlngltls, 40; - Influenza, 45; puer peral fever,'. 14; cancer," 45; violence, 109. . fa The cities, siow a death rate of 17.2 Str) 3.5 abovo the average for the stte.n To countrdcathVate was 11.7 or G.5 fcelpw .the state' rate. 1' Tbo most- prevalent disease was pneumonia, 7 per cent'of the' reports equating. Despite , this fact the pneumonia deaths were' 338 fewer than In1 February 1905. me1 103. violence, deaths, 84 were es and 2 5 femajes; five. were mur- ders, 20 suicides and the remainder accidental. Tuberculosis killed 176 males and 196 females. Of the males, 30 were fathers Jn the age period of 18 to 40 and of the females, 77 were mothers In the same age period. They left 228 orphans under 12 years of age. This awful disease invaded 354 homes. MILTON BOY ARRESTED Frank Neff Chargd with Theft Is Be ing Held at New Castle, Await ing the Grand Jury. SB' r Palladium Special. , New Castle, Ind., March 28. Frank P. Neff, aged about 22 years, was locked up this morning on the charge of theft and will be held to the grand Jury for examination. Neff came to this city from Milton, where he lived previous to his advent in the Flower City. He came here one week ago and was employed by J. I. Meyers, proprietor of the Ward Hotel. For several days Meyers had been miss ing various articles and his suspi cious were at once aroused and di rected toward his new employe. This morning Marshall Mogul placed him under arrest and when searching his room found a number of cigars, a lot of smoking and chewing tobacco, chewing gum and toothpicks. Neff was asked concerning the find, but he refused, to talk and accompa nied the officer to jail, where he is held pending an investigation. THE SIDEWALK SEASON CITY LETTING CONTRACTS Board of Works has Busy Session Yes terday Afternoon Petitions Were Received for Various Improvements to Be Made this Spring. The sidewalk season has begun. Yesterday the Board of Public Works let the contracts for such work, or dered bids for proposed sidewalks and received petitions from property owners who want improvements of this nature. The routine of the board's session yesterday follows: The contract for tha construction of cement sidewalks on North Sixteenth street, from North F street, north to lot C8, Moffitt's addition, was award ed to Daniel G. Burkhardt, at the price of 66c per lineal foot. The contract for the improvement of Charles street, from Boyer street to west end of street, was awarded to John II. A. Schneider, at price of $3.34 per lineal foot. The contract for the construction of sewers in South Twent-first street, from South A street, about 300 feet south, was awarded to John F. Cro nin at price of DSc per lineal foot. The contract for the construction of cement sidewalks on Pearl street, vj.s awarded to Henry Nolte, at price of 65c per lineal foot. The clerk was authorized to adver tise for bids for the construction of cment sidewalks on North Thirteenth street, on East side from North A 6treet to North E, and on west side from North C to North E streets, end for the construction of cement ..side walks on north side of North 0 s'treet from North Twenty-first to XortbJ Twenty-second streets. , A resolution was adopted for the construction of cement sidewalks, and cement curbs and gutters on South 21st street, from Main street ,o South B street. A petition was presented, for the construction of cement sidewalks on east side of South Ninth street from South E street, to South H street, and referred to the engineer for plans. A remonstrance was filed against the improvement of No.th F street, from North Sixteenth street to No'th Nineteenth street. The engineer submitted his final re port of the completion of s-ewer la al ley between South Setnteh and Eighteenth streets. The report shows the total cost of the improve ment to be $391.37. COURT ROUTINE The suit of William A. Stidham vs Alida Stidham, on account, was filed yesterday by Attorneys Study and Study. Suit of Henry C. Starr vs. Milton F. Clements and Mary L. Hittle, to quiet title, was filed yesterday. LOST An embroidered handkerchief containing four quarters was lost either in the high school building or between there and Eighth and Main. Will the fiinder please leave at the Palladium or at the high school building. MATTER WAS DROPPED CAPT. SINEX KEEPS PLAGE Albert Bond Removed Charges Which Hc'Had Filed Against Fellow Fire- v men and Trouble Is Now at End Complaint Was Trivial. 0000000000000 OOOOO Cr CO oolxj GO cd; After a partial consideration of the charges filed against Capt. Charles Sinex of the No. 3 hose company, the Board of Public Works yesterday aft ernoon announced that the matter had been finally wound up as a result of the withdrawal of the charges by Al bert Bond, a member of the same company, who two weeks ago filed them. - The charges were trivial in char acter, according to City Attorney Gardner, and in substance were that Capt. Sinex had in numerous instanc es overstepped the time allowed for meals, and in other instances had ab sented himself. It was shown, how ever, that former Chief Parsons had in every instance given permission to Capt. Sinex to absent himself and for this reason no just grounds for this charge could be made. Both Capt Sinex and Fireman Bond are valuable members of the Richmond depart ment and the differences that existed between them are not of serious character. If ycu hav not miss seeing V talk of the town. Everything ready otop in and Save V i eye to trife Economy you ww r elegant new itcck that is the o trouble to show our goods. played for your inspection. the Difference. ; See what you have heard in print and in addition win a dollar for doing it. Phone the Palladium what you know. R. A. H. GIST 16 N. 10th St. Phone 1819 Nt TTVTm . I J H .M 1 M n n cthod of Obtunidum Sensitive Dentine r i HOPE MUSLIN 6fc LONSDALE CAMBRIC M IN. DRESS GINGHAMS or i ; to rtrt1 f. 5 i miners' vl 3S&S TU 4 THESE PRICES BEAR WITNESS I ASH MEYER ST $1.50 f. orr i Mrw P.. Tt0SSk. "h YARD WIDE BLACK TAFFETA f'S! bUAKAN I ttu ..... YARD WIDE BLACK PEAU DE SOIE, GUARANTEED v . . 1 -53. lllary C. Roa'j IC 58.50, benefl3r and CtroyeJ I Bauer's sv- J2, bene I xuer's sd benefits, 9 Vi HI Increased prp V "Tho commlj l li v cu ulv " They never,."" fixed by to, jnay lncreas Increased as'. - cause of the rh, 'sizes. . : "This Is as t a profit sharing the miners pfet j tlon of an inci the.buslneBB. swer to the nv Increase of pa:j can ; ne grnnteiik the price of coal. nrra r. conien.lh odvnnc-1 tU ed. TheieforV, to enable tho would give any the miners, butg . en,- because es enabled th GREAT $3.00 SKIRT SALE. THIS FINE WAIST E9c. 2,500 WAISTS TO PICK FROM TS-rf .Wf. SWISS CURTAINS- VERT JACKETS $2.95. -GREAT BARGAINS. 'I y sid B41 j jf ana wii reet as jice -with j No. 1, af- ublic W ' - ,ies are i !d Board at it "iov 1, India (Av. ADril -1 j i 1 UP the price of meet the la, But an over coal and I1 anthraclt and weattftaiSilk,iguaran- xnately have onrriCC, UUU cite coal, no end ' the present am SILKS Black Peau de Soie, yard wide, soft beautiful finish ; think of buying yard C Q P wide Feau de Soie at U u U SILKS White Jap Silks, yard widp, mind you, yard wide h 0 0 Price SILKS White China Silk dbod tgrade, does not pul rrice 23C affect the mlnl- : fixed by the Ant N . Commission." , lv OBITL Rachel E. Scott and Elizabeth Peot TrA fsnytAt Em ml In 18-U. ai mo , came with her par Wayne. Co., India' sided until her mj W. ScottJ.a-a.W was bt of Mr c ; aurviv Great Bargains In Muslins I f Best Hope Muslin, bleached Robert. Charlei Mrs. di Ind.; Cj', and Jai - Inei oftholl a const f day of 6, ways . bright tlon wai uel Hu of that On Fri, imir IV tide y( this Malccr; 4. 3 4 i Best Lonsdala Cambric it :,k;ltTble,.OII, Cloth 1 Table Damask,t70 vlnch, mercerized ApronJGInghams,' good Fine 32-Inch Dress "Ginghams, they were 15to close HuckToweIs, 20x40, extra heavy - Pearl Buttons, white, all sizes, 3 dozen for ... Hooka and Eyes, per paper Pillow Cases, -Hemstitched (! '' 'Curtain Muslins, dots and Figures rv FT U x- . . i . I-..-;. u is Siit I-tit .06 .09 .10 .28 .042 .04 .09 .05 .01 .12 .10 White Goods! Fancy White Goods, Fine White Goods! .05 White Goods, lace striped White Goods, lace plaids White Goods, lawnstripe extra Special ! White Goods, mercerlzedm worth 50c, See Them. ........ LACES! LACES! SPEC I AUm VERY Speciall Inserting, wide Mecklin, per yard Laces wide Torchon at . . Laces Torchon in sets up to 4 inches Laces Mecklin in sets up to 5 inches worth up to 15c ,07a .10 .10 .25 .021 .05 .05 Come for Fancy Silks, Come for Plain Colored Silks. Come for Wool Dress Goods come now. All f, ,y Pretty, all the New CJoths; all the New Shades the Netff lV urreys, iew jiiues iew greens, tne nam c aDncs, naif4 Fabrics, all sorts of Fabrics they are hete. : ySai5fc2aTawa3al3 I Hosiery Specials Ladies' - Hose, Rib Top, Fast Black, this sale HOSIERY SPECIAL Children's Hose, triple knee, fast black ribbed, 5 to 9y2, worth 15c now .10 .10 ILrdles ' Skirts! Ladies 1 Skirts! $5.00 pure Mohair Skirts, all shades and Black $5.00 Pure CeCci Man Skirts, all shades including black ...... ' . :.ij. 'J' IX,. j -1 i $5.00 Panama Skirts, all shades in-i eluding black $4.50 Grey Mixed Skirts, all sizes, up to 36 waist Covert Jackets! All Wool Covert Jackets, velvet trim med, correst in every way $7.50 Covert Jacket, you'll know - when you see Fancy Plaid Striped Jackets, worth much. more S2.95 S2.95 3.50 3.00 S2.95 S5.00 S4.95 own Laad Ladies Waists! Ladles' India Waists! Ladies9 Silk Waists! Ladies' Silk Waist, fine Jap Si k, ela borate tailor made Ladies' Silk Jap, Waist, lots of beau tiful Lace inserting Ladies' Jap Silk Waist, worth $3.50, now Ladies' India Linen Waist, elaborate lace trimmed 2,500 WHITE INDIA LINEN WAISTS TO PICK FROM. MUSLIN UNDERWEAR. MUSLIN UNDERWEAR. "?K LADIES' WHITE SKIRTS. 'f jT LADIES' WHITE GOWNS. 'TJ LADIES CORSET COVERS. " 7 LADIES' DRAWERS. " -p Waists look like $2.00 Goods, Selling at One Dollar, See what you can buy at 24c, at 33c at 50c, at 95c, in Muslin Underwer. S1.95 S2.00 S2.50 .89 1 10 X t it. eeks' Business. Must be done in Three. Sale began Tuesday. March 27 & P.1IIN STREETS fflCWJD 1 HI. ii ii ii ill j i i. i EIGHTH & MAIN STREETS RICHMOND 1 1 . --1 ' " ' Jt0 i r-