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Page 2. The Richmond Palladium, Thursday, April 26, 1906. RHEUMATISM HUNYON'S . Rheam. V in Li vw w rtilerea pains In " arm. bck. tiff or swollen Joint la ' ft tew hour. Positively cure In few day. Contain no morphine or dnir todaxien tha pain, hut neutralize ib arid and drives out ail rheumatic poison from the system. It UJIT OII. , g; tt theatre it. .MSHER, Manager. WEEK COM. :iNG APRIL 23. NOBLET" In their refin titled "The Troir HOWAF MARSHALL nedy Sketch, en f a Butler." DSON. Clay Models. EDITH . .LLIAMS. Snger and Sour : tte. MR. ERNEST RENK. Illustrated Sonus: "I Want My Mam ma;" "Keep a Little Cozy Corner in Your Heart for Me." BERGER BROS. Hand to hand Balancing and Comedy " Acrobats. GILL BROWN. ' Tolite Entertainer and Dancer. M. SAMAYOA. The Great Central American Gym nast in astounding and thrilling feats oh the Corde Volante or Cloud Swing. A moat marvelous exhibition of nerve and fearlessness. MOTION PICTURES. "A False Alarm," "Babies at Din ner," "Everybody Works But Father," A Comedy Without Words." 8 Whoop - a - La ! , Here's a chance for you to tickle your palate 'and satisfy ypur taste of good things by trying a glass of the best Beer that Is brewed. Everybody knows that that kind Is Richmond Export Beer. ' THE MINCK BREWING GO. New Phone 42 FOR Wall Paper MOORMANN'S BOOK STORE, 520 Main St. Union Ice Co., for both artificial and natural ice of the best quality. Otto Rottig, Manager. Humes: Bell. 10R; Home. 941. DOMESTIC AND STEAM GOAL In large or small quantities. RICHMOND GOAL GO. E. E. Longatreth, Mgr.' Office with Union Ic Co., Cor. Wec Third and Chestnut Sts. Phones Home 941 Bell 10 R. SUNDAY EXCURSION mmRATESmm VIA X Dayton & Western Darton and Return. - . l nn $1.00 4 Eaton and Return,'- - .50 Tickets at above price will be sold every Sunday until further notice. $1.25 -Round Trip to Cincinnati. Sunday, April 29th from Richmond excursion train leaves 7 a. m. over Pennsylvania Lines. T. T. S. & W. It has caused more laughs and dried more tears, wiped away diseases and driven away more fears than any oth er medicine in the world. Holllster's Rocky Mountain Tea. 35 cents. Tea or Tablets. For sale by A. G. Luken & Co. Laying Better Rails. The Pennsylvania is engaged in lay ing heavier and better rails on the In dianapolis Division, and on the Van dalia. Rails sixty feet lbng and weighing 100 lbs to the yard are being used on the Indianapolis Division, and 90 pound rails will take the place of the lighter track on the Vandalia. The heavy 100-pound rails are only being n fSvV' t it - r y v used where the wear and tear is great MANY MUTTERS Board of Works Had Busy Time of It Yester day. IMPROVEMENTS PLANNED RESOLUTIONS ADOPTED LL ING FOR MUCH PUBLIC WORK PETITIONS AND REMONSTRANC- J ES FILED. Yesterday was a busy one for the Board of Public Works, many improve ments matters coming up. The fol lowing resolutions for improvements were adopted. Grading, graveling and bouldering of the alley running east and west from West Fourth street to West Fifth street, between Randolph and Lincoln streets. Construction of a sanitary sewer across the Reeves lots between South 15th and 16th streets, from South B to South E streets. ; Construction of cement sidewalks on both sides of South 11th street from Main to South B streets. Grading, graveling and bouldering of North 15th street from North H street to the Whitewater river. Construction of cement sidewalks on both sides of Main street from 12th to 23rd streets was again taken up and considered, but final action was again delayed for one , week. A remon strance was filed against this imnrove- 'ment signed by a majority of the resi dent property owners, and it is more than likely that the resolution will be modified and then sent to the Council for their action. Remonstrance was filed by Joseph Lutmer against the assessment made against his property in the matter of the widening of South II street. As this Improvement comes up for action on Friday, the 27th, it is expected that a large attendance of persons will be t this meeting. Petition was presented for the con struction of cement sidewalks on the west side of West Third street from Pearl to Lincoln streets, and referred to the engineer for plans and estimate. Petition was presented for the con struction of cement sidewalks on both sides of North Ninth street from Main street to Elm Place, and referred to the engineer for plans and estimate. City Civil Engineer presented a fi nal report in the matter of the con struction of cement sidewalk on the north side of North C street from North 21st to 22nd streets, the total cost of which amounts'to $199.97. Report of the engineer was present ed in the matter of the construction of a cement sidewalk on the east side of South 11th street from South E to South F streets, the total cost of this improvement amouning o $253.38. . Clerk was insructed to advertise for bids for the construction of cement sidewalks on the east side of South Ninth street from South E to South H streets. PLANS OF CQMMANDERY PROGRAM FOR CONCLAVE. Between Thirty and Forty Knight Templars Will go to Winona Lake in May. Richmond Commandery, Knights Templars, expects that between thirty and forty members will attend the annual State conclave at Winona Lake, Warsaw. May 9, 10, and 11. The local commandery took action some time ago relative to the trip and yesterday officers of the commandery received the formal program for the conclave. The Grand Commandery. will open in the Auditorium at 2 o'clock on the afternoon of May 9, the parade taking place at 4 o'clock. In the evening there will be a reception at the Win ona Hotel by the Winona Assembly. The second session of the Grand Com mandery will take place the morning of May 10. The prize drill will take place on the Winona assembly grounds in the afternoon. Warsaw Comman dery will give a reception to the visi tors in the evening at their asylum. The public installation of officers will take place the morning of May 11. The prize drills will be concluded in the afternoon. The members of the committee of Warsaw Commandery having in charge the preparations for the con clave are expected to make the cele bration the greatest in history. They have arranged special side trips so that the visitors may see the places of Interest in Winona and the beauti ful scenery, which has helped to make the place famous. Boating, driving and trolly rides will make up part of the entertainment, some trip or side feature being planned for every mom ent to spare between the regular ex ercises of the conclave. CASTOR I A PC T.Jts and Children. The Kind You Have Always Benight Bears the Signature John Mungavin Sick. John Mungavin, dispatcher on the Richmond Division, is confined to his AT THE THEATERS Vaudeville at the Gennett. Berger Brothers, hand to hand bal ancers and comedy acrobats, who are on the bill at the Gennett this week, do their full share toward furnishing the .entertainment. They perform some very difficult feats in their bal ancing, do some clever tumbling and the comedy end of the team furnish es considerable amusement by his an tics. While much that they do looks easy, those who tase time to think about the matter can readily see that it has taken long, hard preparation on the part of the Messrs. Berger to. perform as they do now. Gill Brown, polite entertainer and dancer, has a clever song entitled, "Perhaps." Oth er features round out an evening of much pleasure for those who care for vaudeville. Liberal patronage is markl" the week, the first that Man ager 'sher has offered vaudeville for a -'derable time. Repertoire at New Phillips. It seems almost incredible that per formers in repertoire can carry in their minds the great number of parts they are called upon to take in the course of a week's performance. While here at the New Phillips this week, for instance, the Dora Woodruff company will produce perhaps ten different plays and each actor is called upon for that many roles, with entirely different lines to recite and varied situations to encounter. It takes careful prepara tion to put through so many plays without break, and this is what the Woodruff people do. This afternoon they will present "The Stowaway" and tonight "The Cowboy Girl." , For the remainder of the week the bill is as follows: Friday matinee, "Children of the Slums;" night, "Dr. Jeykell and Mr. Hyde;" Saturday matinee, "The Old Judge;" night, "Deadwood Dick." MISSING WORD CONTEST MRS. N0RRELL WINS AGAIN Has Had Her Zeal Awarded Oftener Than Any Other Contestant Many Correct Answers Received. The Palladium's missing word con est, conducted daily, is still attracting a great deal of interest. Mrs. B. F. Norrell, who won yesterday's conest, has had her zeal awarded more times than any of the others of the contest ants, though scores have picked out the missing words each day. The first correct answer received is award ed the prize. Many letters come by mail, not reaching the office until late in the afternoon. Yesterday there were forty-seven answers received and twenty-three were correct. In order to stimulate new interest to all con cerned the Palladium believes that it has 'made the solving of the missing word contest somewhat more difficult today. Read the conditions careful ly again and then begin the search. No answer will be received before 1:30 o'clock this afternoon. Send or bring your answers to the office at that hour. CITY ADVERTISEMENT. Department of Public Works. Office of the Board, Richmond, Ind. To Whom It May Concern: Notice is hereby given by the Board of Public Works of the City of Rich mond, Indiana, that on the 25th day of April, 1906, they unanimously adopted improvement resolution No. 61, 1906, providing for the construc tion of a 12 inch pipe sewer in the al ley between South loth and 16th streets, from the south line of lot 51 Mendenhali & Price's addition to South "E" street, with a 15 inch branch running from the sewer in al ley west in South C street and con necting with the South C street trunk sewer at the intersection of South 15th street and South C. street. The Board of Public. Works of said city has fixed Wednesday, 3Iay JUh, 1906, as a date upon 'which remon strances may be filed or presented by persons interested in, or affected by, said proposed improvement as above described, and on said day, at 10 o'clock a. m., said Board will meet at its office for the purpose of hearing and considering any remonstrances which may have been filed or present ed, and for the purpose of taking ac tion thereon. Such action shall be final and conclusive upon all person?. JOS. S. ZELLER.. JOHN F. DAVENPORT. WILLIAM H. ROSS. Board of Public Works. Apr 26th. CITY ADVERTISEMENT. Department of Public Works. Office of the Board, Richmond, Ind To Whom It May Concern: Notice is hereby given by the Board of Public Works of the City of Rich mond, Indiana, that on the 25th day of April, 1906, they unanimously adopted Improvement resolution No, 60, 1906, providing for. the grading, graveling and bouldering of the alley between Randolph and Lincoln streets, from West 4th street to West 5th street, and construction of three brick center gutters therein. The Board of Public Works of said city has fixed Wednesday, May 9th, 1906, as a date upon which remon strances may be filed or presented by persons Interested in, or affected by, said proposed improvement as above described, and on said day, at 10 o'clock a. m., said Board will meet at its office for the purpose of hearing and considering any remonstrances which may have been filed or present ed, and for the purpose of taking ac tion thereon. Such action shall be final and conclusive upon all persons. JOS. S. ZELLER. JOHN F. DAVENPORT. WILLIAM H. ROSS. Board of Public Works. CITY ADVERTISEMENT- Department of Public Works. Office of the Board, Richmond, Ind. Notice to Contractors: Notice is hereby given by the Board of Public Works of the City of Rich mond, Indiana, that sealed proposals will be received by it, at its office, at the hour of 10 o'clock a. m.. on Wed nesday, May 2nd, 1906, for the fol lowing described public . improve ments in the City of Richmond, as au thorized by he Improvement Resolu tions named: Improvement Resolution Number 42. Providing for the construction of a ce ment roadway in the alley running north and south between South 18th and 19th streets, from the first alley running east and west, south of Main street, to South A street, said roadway to be 15 feet in width. Improvement Resolution Number 51. Providing for the improvement of the first alley south of Main street, running east and west, by grading and paving the roadway with cement to a uniform width of Ten (10) feet, from South ISth street east to the intersec tion of alley running north and south between South 18th, and 19th streets. Improvement Resolution Number 54. Providing for the improvement of the alley running north and south be tween South 9th and 10th streets, from South E street to South H street, by grading, graveling and bouldering and construction of three brick center gut ter therein. All work done in the making of said described public improvements, shall be in accordance with the terms and conditions of the Improvement Reso lutions, as numbered, and the detail plans, profiles, drawings and specifi cations which are on file and may be seen in the office of said Board of Public WTorks of the City of Rich mond. The bidders, in submitting propo sals to make said described public improvements, must accompany each bid with a certified check in the sum of $100.00, as evidence of good faith that the successful bidders will exe cute, within ten days from the ac ceptance of proposals, contracts and bonds satisfactory to the said Board to do the work of making said im provements. A failure of the success ful bidders to enter Into such con tracts and bonds upon the acceptance of such proposals will forfeit the checks and the sums of money paya ble thereon to the city as agreed and liquidated damages for such failure. The Board of Public Works re serves the right to reject any or all bids. JOS. S. ZELLER, JOHN F. DAVENPORT, WILLIAM H. ROSA, Board of Public Works. April 19-26. CITY ADVERTISEMENT. Department of Public Works. Office of the Board, Richmond, Ind. Notice to Contractors: Notice is hereby given by the Board of Public Works of the City of Rich mond, Indiana, that sealed proposals will be received by it, at its office, at the hour of 10 o'clock a. m., on Wed nesday May 9th, 1906, for the fol hying described public improve ments in the City of Richmond, as authorized by the Improvement Reso lutions named: Improvement Resolution Number 57. Providing for the construction of a cement sidewalk on the East side of South 9th street, to a uniform width of six (6) feet, from South "E" to South "H" street. All work done in the making of said described public improvements, shall be in accordance with the terms and conditions of the Improvement Reso lutions, as numbered, and the detail plans, profiles, drawings and specifi cations which are on file and may be seen in the office of said Board of Public Works of the City of Rich mond. The bidders, in submitting propo sals to make said described public improvements, must accompany each bid with a certified check In the sum of $100.00 as evidence of good faith that the successful bidders will exe cute, within ten days from the accept ance of proposals, contracts and bonds satisfactory to the said Board to do the work of making said Im provements. A failure of the suc cessful bidders to enter into such con tracts and bonds upon the accptance of such proposals will forfeit the checks and the sums of money paya ble thereon to the city as agreed and liquidated damages for such failure. The Board of Public Works re serves the right to reject any or all bids. JOHN S. ZELLER. JOHN F. DAVENPORT, WILLIAM H. ROSS, Board of Public Works. Apr 26-may3rd. CITY ADVERTISEMENT. Department of Public Works. Office of the Board, Richmond, Ind, To Whom It May Concern: Notice is hereby given by the Board of Public Works of the City of Rich mond, Indiana, that on the 25th day of April, 1906, they unanimously adopted Improvement Resolution, No. 63, 1906, providing for the construc tion of a cement sidewalk on both sides of South 11th street, from Main street to South B street, to a uniform width of six (6) feet. The Board of Public Works of said city has fixed Wednesday, May 9, 1906 as a date upon which remonstrances may be filed or presented by per sons interested in, or affected by, said proposed improvement, as above de scribed, and on said day at 10 o'clock, a. m., said Board will meet at its office for the purpose of hearing and considering any remonstrances which may have been filed or pre sented, and for the purpose of taking final action thereon. Such action shall be final and conclusive upon all persons. JOS. S. ZELLER. JOHN F. DAVENPORT. WILLIAM H. ROSS. Board of Public Works. FOR! 50 we show the best and swellest j& line of Ladies' Oxfords in the city. All leathers to select from. Ideal Pat. Kid Oxfords for $2.50 a pair Vici Kid Oxfords, with pat. tip, at $2.50 Gun Metal Kid Oxfords at $2.50 For $2.00 We are also strong All Pat. Colt Oxfords at $2.00 a pair for ladies. Strong &. Garfield Shoes in low or high . cut, for men. Big line to select from. They a strictly high grade PRICE, $5.00 Pair, Misses' Shoes Children's Shoes Boys' Shoes Shoes for Everybody at LAHRMAITS 718 Main St. READ THIS! Wanted, Found and Lost, in which personal gain does not en ter, are inserted in thes columns free, providing they are not over fifteen (15) words in length. No business advertise, ments inserted free of charge. Advertisers will do well to re member tha .Urs directed to Initials Only are not delivered through tho postofEce. PALLADIUM WANT ADS. FOR RESULTS. WANTED Young girl to hflp take care of children. Home phone 265. 26-3t WANTED 5 teams to haul dirt at 37 S. 13th St. dlt WAN TED A girl, permanent home to good girl, write for particulars to Mrs. H. E. Thompson, Richmond, Ind. 26-6t WANTED 10 active agents for Rich mond. Big inducement for good men. Inquire 215 North 12th St., city. Hyams & Butterfield, room 432 Renshler Bldg, Hamilton, O. dlt WANTED Two good young men in finishing room to do filing at once. Call at Richmond Furniture Mfg. Co. Apr26-2t WANTED Middle aged lady to do house work for small faruilv. O. J. Kelly, 254 S. W. 3rd St. 25-3t WANTED At once nurse girl a.t Theatre Flats, 3rd floor west. 25-3t WANTED Three carriage painters at Seidel Buggy Co. 25-2t WANTED To buy or reDt a house of seven rooms, north of Main street, east of Eighth. Inquire W. R., Pal ladium. WANTED Small place-to store two or three pieces of furniture and clothing. Address W. care Pallad ium. 23-2t 10,000 Agents Wanted Only authen tic book on "San Francisco Calam ity.", Highest . commission. ; ,, Outfit free. The John C. W'lnston Co., 278 Wabash Ave., Chicago, 111. 23-Gt WANTED To employ a good girl or middle-aged lady; permanent home to right person. Mrs. Amanda King, Route 22, Greensfork. 23-6t WANTED A good girl for general housework at 110 North 10th street Good wages and no washing. Mrs. George W. Miller. WANTED Girl to do housework, 1019 Main, front flat. WANTED Good giri for general housework. Box 130, Richmond, Ind. FOR SALE 9 room brick house nice ly arranged, in a fine location. A 'lot of fruit and good out buildings and the price is right. Call or ad dress E. Bell, Richmond, Ind., 313 North 13th St. 23-6t FOR RENT Half of double brick house with nice barn, No. 318 N. 17th street. Call at No. 222 N. 15th street. 25-3t t THE NEW PHILLIPS THEATRE . ' 1 ' II' 'I' " 11 1 I " I" JU . One Week, Commencing Monday Matinee, April 23, THE DORA WOODRUFF COMPANY, ,.- . f Eighteen People, Band and Orchestra, in High-Class Repertoire. Change of plays nightly. High-Class Specialties. Thursday Matinee, "The Stoway." At Night, 'lThc Cowboy Girl." PRICES FOR THE WEEK lO, 20 and 30o. Bests on sale at Alford's Drug Store, Ninth and Mln Streets. , OUR SPECIMLS are in every department of the specials just to show you we are alive " Another big lot of 5c corn. Do not fail to be one of the first. Fancy Smooth potatoes 75cts bu. . Nice crisp square crackers per lb Beta. Fresh Ginger snaps per lb 5cta. Gold Medal Flour, King of all others 70cts, $2.75 per cwt" Model Baking Powder 1 lb can 10cts. Sweet corn 10cts 3 for 25cts." ... . ... Country Bacon by the strip 12cts per lb. v. -- - In our Dry Goods Department our specials are a Fancy line of Ladies Black Silk Finish Umbrellas, guaranteed to turn water. Value $1.75. Fri day only $1.00. Ruchings, Fancy Ruchings 10 stamps with each ruch at 10cta. 5 and 6 yard pieces of nice wide Embroidery and Insertions 10ct per yd. Shirtwaists, Fanciest line in the city. Our Special $1.25. 50 stamps with each waist. " Pictorial Review Patterns on Sale. ' ...... . A : Store opened Friday night. HOOD'S MODEL DEPARTMENT STORE 'Trading Stamps with All Purchases. Free Delivery. New Phone 1079; Old Phone 13R. Store Open Tuesday, Friday and ' Saturday Evenings. 41 1-413 Main Street. 01- A- H. GIST Sew FOR RENT Rooms furnished for housekeeping at 27 N. 11th St. 26-2t RENT Furnished rooms at the Grand for gentlemen only. tf FOR RENT Six room house with" stable on West Side. Call prone 1649 or 131 Chestnut St. 23-5t FOR RENT Five room flat, with bath and two room fiat with bath. Safe ty Deposit Building. Heat and water furnished. References re quired. Dickinson Trust Co. tt FOR SALE A Sun Telegram newB paper . route, north of Main street, between 15 and 18th streets. See Will W. Reller. Palladium office. FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE To a retiring farmer or any one, an ideal suburban home at a bargain. Ad dress Rare Opportunity, 223 N. 16. 2516t FOR SALE. Richmond property a specialty. Porterfleld. Kelly Block. Phone 329. tf FOR SALE Pecan Duck eggs for sale, 13 for 50cts. C. K. Semple, Elliott Mills. 23-6t FOR SALE Strawberry plants, resp berry and blackberry plants. State Line Fruit Farm. Phone 812-II tf FtRXEAfiibcow: J. P.Nor- ris. R. R. No. 4, Box 107. FOR SALE New go-cart, reasonable price. Call at 8 North Tenth street. LOST A Key, by party going from S. 8th and E Sts. to S. 6th and E Ste. then to South C. C. L. depot, then to S 8th and II Sts., then to ili S. 8th St. Reward offered by return lng to 423 S. 8th St. 25-3t LOST Fraternity pin, inlaid with pearls and-a diamond. Lejve at Pal ladium office and receive reward. LOST A pocket book containing a' watch, money. Return to this office or Hiatt's drug store. Reward. 2t, LOST- 2 Pongee Dress Patterns, lib eral reward. Return to J. Glaser 233 So. 5th. 24-3t LOST A pair of new dark green kuTi gloves Saturday evening between; Nusbaum's Store and West 3rd St.! Call phone 1805. Reward,, . FOR SALE Twenty head of fine,1 two-year-old steers, wt. 950. They are the right kind. 227 N. 19th street. R. A. Ullom,!' tu-th-sat. FOR SALE Barred Plymouth Rocks. Eggs the kind that hatch fine chick ens. $1.25 a setting. Charles Nye, 41 South 12th St. ap26-tf store, but we quote you a few BEWTTST Method of Obtomdom Senutlve Dentins n .pi v3 home this week with sickness. Apr 26&may3rL Apr 26Uw - - " V - V- A est.