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The Richmond Palladium, Sunday, August 12, 1906.
Page Five. Monday. . Specials ANT BE most economically filled by coming to this grocery. You will find hero practically every seasonable fruit or vegetable, and all of the highesjt quality. Peaches... We have on hand a fine ot of pea ches peaches with a truly fruit flavor highest quality very onably priced. Nothing b Sunday's breakfast, or se desert. A FEW SUGGESTIONS FOR DAY PURCHASES. Soda crackers equal to Reception flakes 10c per pkg. Freeh supply fancy olives 10 to 1.00 per bottle. Tomatoes Onions Corn Beets Brans Celery ','abbayo Cauliflower Extra fancy home grown potatxs $1.00 per bu. 0. A. Harmeier Phone 1 1 1 1. 1030 Main ,m -JTrKg-- gJW III! MtJlMll I mTA During tba past eight month, we have omclutea at mil mo waaiags oi the most prominent Brides of Richnfoni You know tbpm. Ak thm noaf qftr work. If you want th musical promfm ot your wadding artistic and complete, Call up Tel. No. 1590 Tet-rauq Concert Quartet If you are tired, weak, tick f cannot eat you need a to. t Try Beef Iron and pne t 50c Per Bottl I M I fltilnlov Court House in. J. vM,l-J Pharmacy ..WALL PAPER.. fine Line Graduating Presents. IKADINO STAMPS nermann's Book Store G20 Main St. WW ww Machines.. REPAIRS at SUPPLIES: R.EV3, Lace 718 MAIN ST. koma Phone 1242 H .t it RICHMOND MONUMENT CO. 33 N. EIGHTH ST. RICHMOND, 1ND. Phone 1457. AL. H. HUNT 7 North Ninth j-i 11 . 1 v-an sen or iraac voxi any thing in real estate. 5ee him. reas- i s Etter for rVed as M J n in X V A I I 3d il if v ;; 1' 1 Jon C8SSS3Lfl August scount ... at .. Worerooms of The Starr Piano Co. 931-935 Main St. Complete Chautauqua Program. The detailed program of the Richmond Chautaqua which will be August 23, was announced officially yes tertl and is as follows; If. S:00 P. -:.'!- P. M. 7:00 P. M. fe:0u P. M. Day M. M. M. 1. M. M. .Child ren's :;;o a. 10:0 A. 2:00 J'. 4:00 P. 7:00 P. S:00 P. 9:30 A. M. 10::;0 A. M. 2:00 P. M. ;i:.;0 P. M. 1:00 P. M. 7:0iJ P. M. 7:. 10 P. M. b:00 I'. M. 9:30 A. M. 10:. 10 A. M. 1:10 P. 2:10 P. i::;o P. M. M. M. 7:00 P. M. 8 : 00 P. M. 9:10 A. M.- 10:10 A. M.- 1:10 P. M.- 2:10 P. M.- 3:10 P. M. 7:00 I. M.- 8:00 P. M.- ::10 A. M. 10:10 A. M. 1:10 P. M. 2:10 P. M. 7:00 P. M. 8:00 P. M. 0:10 A. M ' 10:10 A. 2:00 P. .1:00 P. 4:00 P. 7:00 P. 8:00 P. M. M. M. M, 9:30 A. 10:10 A. 1:10 P. 2:10 P. M. M. M. M. 1:10 7 : 00 S:00 P. M. P. M. P. M. M. M. M. M. M. 30:10 2:10 -1:00 7:10 8:00 A. P. P. P. P. a: 10 A. M. 10:10 A. M. 2:10 -1:00 7 : 00 7:10 S:l." M. M- M. M. M. 10:10 2:1p 4:00 7:00 b:00 A. P. P. P. P. M.-M.-M.-M.- -M- WORKMEN BEING MISLED Laboring Men Going to San Francisco Than are Needed and An Indiana Contractor Tells of His Ob servations in Stricken City. Richmond laboring men, skilled and unskilled who have been contemplat- going to San Francisco as a result of the report of high wages .should investigate conditions thoroughly be fore taking the step. Charles M. Savage, building con tractor of Anderson, warns mechan ics and laborers against rushing to San Francisco, hopeful of securing employment at high wages. He re are 3t IT I I j r Davs Days THURSDAY .AUGUST 23. Free Band Concert. FRIDAY, AUGUST 24. Popular Lecture, Senator J. P. Dollivtr. Concert, Glazier's Jubilee Singers. Popular Lecture, "A .Man Among Men," SATURDAY, AUGUST 25. Children under sixteen .admitted f n e. Athletic Exercises, under direction or' Pictures with Chalk, Hon. Frank He, an. Popular Lecture, -Old Times in Dixie." Pojitilar Chalk Talk, Hon. Frank Regi.n. Conceit, Glazier's Jubilee Singers. Popular Lecture, JJr. L. Q. Herbert. SUNDAY, AUCUST 2G. Sunday School. Sermon, Hev. C. S. Davis. ''he Battle of Gettysburg. Mrs. I,aSaHe C. ''oncert, Jubilee Singers. ''The Snollygoster in Politics," Col. H. w. '.'hautauqua Vespers. Sacred Concert, Jubilee Singers. X Sermon in Chalk, Hon. Frank Ueg, MONDAY, AUGUST 27. A Method in History," Prof. S. D. F(,ss. -"Natural Advantages," Prof. Chas. Zrt,m -"Character Sketch of Panic!; Henry," p-,.if g n Fess -Wealth." Prof. Chas. Zueblin. - Lolly Peaks of American Stateinansh,-,,;. Falhcr G .T .Xagle. -Concert, Parland-.e hall Male Quim i(.tI(, -"Di'amatization of Nicholas Nickieby yijiiam Sterling Battis. TUESDAY. AUGUST 23. -'The Inspirational Element in History . yror g j FesSr -:tn and Woman," Prof. Chas. Ztiei jm -"Kominat iou Processes," Prof. S. 1 . .-,.ss -'Public Health," Prof. Charles Zueblii' -'Tltiniate America," Dr. .John Meirit'0 nrjvor -Concert, Parlaud Newhall (Quartet te. -'Sketches from Dickens," Wm. Steri;n., ua(tj WEDNESDAY. AUGUST, 29. -"A Study in Chics," Prof. S. I). Fes... -"Sociability," Prof. Chas. Zueblin. -'Character Sketch of Alexander H;unj,on p10f g p pesg -'Lecture," Dr. Frank Gunsauius. -Conceit, Parlan-Newliall Quartette. -Illustrated Lecture, Prof. Chas. Ziie!m- THURSDAY, AUGUST 30. 'Current History," Prof. S. D. Fess. "The Arts," Prof. Chas. Zueblin. "Character Sketch of Thomas Jefferso" "l-'duca! ion," Prof. Chas. Zueblin. "Popular Lecture," Prof. S. D. Fesa Concert, Parland-Xewhull Quartette Concert, Kaffir Hoy Choir. FRIDAY, AUGUST 31, -"History," Prof. S. 1). Fess. "Culture." "History,' "Justice," Prof. Chas. Zueblin ' Prof. S. D. Fess. Prof. Chas. Zueblin. Kaffir Hoy Choir. "Concert, Concert. Entertainment. Captain Jack Crawfor SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 1. Mind Lecture, Hon. V. H. Sanders. Domestic Science, Mrs. Virginia L. Meredith. Reading, "If 1 were King," Mrs. Ruth Hemenwav. Concert. "The Negro Problem," Pres. Richard Carroll, Columbia, S. C. SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 2. Sunday School. Sermon, Dr. W alter D. Cole. Address, Captain Richmond P. ITohfon. Sacred Concert, Cleveland Ladies' Oichestra Vespers. ' Address, Dr. W. G. Cole. Cleveland Ladies' Oichestra. MONDAY .SEPTEMBER 3. -Hand Concert. -"An entitled Adventurer," "Napoleon," -Hand Concert. -Hand Concert. K- Morimoto, Stereoptlcon Lecture and cently went there to investigate the building prospects, and in bis letter he says that he will return home. He writes: "You had better leave well enough alone. This place is alive with all kinds of mechanics. There is not a train that does not bring in mechan ics of all discriptions. Newspapers here are trying to get the people to come here so that work can be done for nothing. You have no idea how many thousand people come here a week looking for work, and thinking, as I thought, that all one had to do was to go to San Francisco, and there would be plenty for all. There is not much being done here except building of one-story temporary busi nesss houses. Keep your money, for it takes plenty to come here, and more to keep you when you are here." UGUST is the business reaches the indifferent stage and therefore be expected in the piano purchasers STARR instruments of every grade, all marked in pi be allowed for AUGUST ONLY on new instrumen pianos of other makes turned into our hands on sales pose of at unusually way. They have per cent lower than from any other firm. Special i pianos $2 down, balance 75c a week. On organs $1 dwn, balaqfce at rate oP59c a Dr. L. G. Herbert. X .C. Heironlmus. Col. II. W. J. Ham. Pickett, widow of Gen. Pickett. J. 1 1 am. prof. S. D. 1 esa Poet-Scout. Hon. George E. Clark. Moving Pictures on Japan. To Visit Old Home. J. O. Barber will leave on Monday morning for Sandusky, O., to visit the scene of his boyhood days. Mrs. Bar ber and daughters, Mabel and Stella, accompanied by Mrs. Barber's sister, Miss Grace Arnett, of Alexandria, will join him later and spend a few weeks at Put-in-Bay. They also will visit Niagara and other points in the east. Died in Nebraska. II. II. Hoover yesterday received a telegram from Blue Hill, Neb., an nouncing the death of his brother, Col. John S. Hoover. Miss Irene Slicer, of Nepton, Ky. and Miss Pearl Wilgus, of Procterville, O,. are guests of Mrs. J. B. Cooper. fag end of summer offerings of dealers to visit its warerooms, low prices. And again, we have been rebuilt and are GREAT SUCCESS OF CHAUTAUQUA Everything Points to Splendid Achievement by the Promoters. OFFICIAL PROGRAM OUT MUCH GREATER SCOPE PROVID ED THIS YEAR THAN EVER BE FORESOME OF THE MORE STRIKING FEATURES. The detailed program for the fourth annual Richmond Chautauqua has been completed and 'was formally and officially announced yesterday. Copies will be ready for distribution within the next lew days. The complete program is printed in this issue of the Palladium. There is no longer question that this year's Chautauqua will be the greatest in the history of the local niovenn nt. With fair weather during the period, the artistic success is certain, and the sale of season tickers which has been greater than ever before, lias been the iinancial sue- such as to insure cess. The following formal announcement was issued yesterday in connection with the program: This is the fourth annual Richmond j c nauiauqua. r.aen year lias Demi an increase over the proceeding one, and I all signs Indicate that this ear will be far the greatest. A much larger !part of beautiful Glen Miller will be j enclosed than at a similar tiir.e in j previous years. The program has jmany prominent names, buc better I still it has strong numbers at every jhour. The lectures of the teachers' i institute are the best the institute has I given us .and the whole program will I balance up as never before. There is a new arrangement for the insti jtute numbers. They will occupy tho j mornings, and the first two hours of : the afternoon. The first main number of the Chau jtauqua proper, will be aU 1:'J each day. We have added another day this year without any extra charge, to sea son ticket holders. Monday, September 3, is "Labor Day," and we have provided a splen did program for this day. Another new feature is the Chil dren's Chautauqua, to be conducted by Miss Pearl Carpenter, of Coving ton, Ky. She will organize the chil dren into "The Knights of the Chau tauqua, patterned after King Ar thur's "Knights of the Round Table." Some of the Features. Hon. George K. Clark, is a promi nent lawyer of South Bend, Ind., and is still better known as a fine orator. He will be the chief speaker Labor Day, Monday, Sept. 1. His subject is "An Untitled Adventurer," a discus sion of Napoleon Bonaparte. Mr. W. H. Sanders, is one of 1 he new men that has a real message, and is meeting with success. Hear him Saturday morning ,Sept. 1, and you will get an uplift. President Richard Carroll, of Colum bia, S. C, is doing a great work for colored children in the South. His school is for younger children than Booker T. Washington's, but is equally important. Mr. Carroll is a strong orator. He will speak Satur day night, Sept. 1. The Richmond Hand will give a free concert the opening night, Aug. 21. It is hoped wo will not be rained out as we were last year. This band will also be with us all day, Labor Day, Sept. 1. The Parland-Newhall Quartet and bell ringers, will be with us four days Aug. 27, 2S', 29 and 10. Many enjoyed the Dunbar Quartet last year. This company is the same kind and equally good. Messrs. Parland and Newhall were formerly members of the Dunbar company. The Glazier Jubilee singers will be with us the first three days. This company has never been to Richmond before, but we have heard them and known the company is first class. Be sure to hear them sing "The Old Flag Has Never Touched the Ground." The Cleveland Lady Orchestra, is one of the best traveling and will give us two full concerts, the last Sunday, Sept. 2. This gives variety to our musical program. ; the season when energies seem af lowest ebb ; when a rim The STARR' 931 to 935 in perfect conditi STMK M MAN MJ' 1 VLALll ainngur sTh& W r f rrrs-. oraan! Social and Personal Mention ENJOYABLE PICNIC PARTY MISS BERTHA GARVER DELIGHTFULLY ENTERTAINED COUNTRY CLUB FUNCTIONS DR. AND MRS. J. A. WALLS ENTERTAINS OTHER SOCIAL MATTERS OF GENERAL INTEREST. A picnic party composed of the fol lowing will spend the day in a grove south of town. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Land. Misses Charlotte Keeler. of Columbus. Ind., Mary Lemon, Ella Lemon and Mabel Reid. Messrs Wallie Simmons. Jim Goldriek, Charlie Com mons and Dr. Ernest Commons. -x Miss Bertha Garver delightfully en tertained Friday evening at her home on South 11th street. The guests were Misses Agnes Quigg. Mary Gaar. Fannie Jones, Martha McClell an, Gertrude Moore and Helen John son of Wabash: Messrs. Paul Garver, Frank Lancster. Norman Craighead, Julian Cates, Carl Eggemeyer and ! Geo Bayer. 4f -K Dr. and Mrs. J. A. Walls entertain ed at dinner at their home on South 10th street Friday. The guests were Mr. and Mrs. Charles Krauskoss and son of Chicago, and Mr. and Mrs. B. F. Harris and children. K -!fr Misses Lena Coffin and Josephine Cates, Messrs. Erville Lockwood and Wilbur Hibberd formed a dinner par ty at the 'Country Club. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Commons and Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Commons will be entertained today at the home of Mrs. John Wessler north of the city. - A party composed of the following took dinner at the Country Club Fri day evening: Mr. and Mrs. Robert Stimson, Miss Jennie Robbins and Frank Rraffet. -A" -X- A party of young ladies will form ah omepa rty a house party at Cunningham's farm in the Abington Pike this week. Those in the party will be Mtimie Battel, Clara Weidner. Mary Hasemeier, Martha Miller, Lizzie and Mattie Behring, Anna Raush. Hilda Bulach and Clara and Addie Claasson of Cin cinnati. X- w The members of the Fi-Rt. Presby terian church have granted the Rev. Thomas Graham a three months leave of absence. Rev. Graham will leave the first of February for a trip to the Holy Land. The Mary F. Thomas V. C. T. IT. will meet Monday afternoon at 2:10 at the home of Martha Little, cornec of Sth and D streets. All members are requested to attend. Mrs. Carolyn Howe, of Paris, en tertained last evening in honor of several out of town guests. Progres sive crouquet was played and several prizes were awarded. -X- -5 Miss Mabel Mathews entertained with a croquet party last evening at her home west of the city. The affair was in honor of Miss Maude Elliott, of Indianapolis. The prizes were awarded to Miss Elliott and Mrs. Wilter Commons of Columbus. The guests were Misses Edith Cook, Ma bel Right, Florence McConnaha, of Centerville; Messrs. Walter Com mons of Columhus, Ohio, Dwight Mitchell, Harry Raines, of Center ville, Morris Grinnell and Frank Carter of Connersville. PERSONAL MENTION. Mrs. Mary Thistlethwaite Ousley of Kansas City, is the guest of her mother, Mrs. Timothy Thistlethwaite of Ft. Wayne avenue. Miss Emma Leeson is the guest of friends in Anderson. Miss Grances DeMann will spend Sunday with her parents at Oxford, Ohio. Rev. A. G. Feeger and family have returned from a northern trip. Miss Marie Davis left this morning for a visit in Ft. Wayne, Logansport and Chicago. Mrs. R. B. McKay left yesterday for a visit at Columbus, Ohio. Mr .and Mrs. Edgar Stout and daughter have returned from New Castle. morror for WTinona to spend several morrow for Winona t spend several days. e when special inducements are to 0 COMPANY invites prospective reet, and A SP1 s. we hav fiR instrd wnich we have obtainejd in the same bekpurchasyd at prices 50 ucemems during Mms safe. PIANO ) Miss Marjorie Rich is the guest of i friends in Columbus, Ohio. Mr. and Mrs. James Meyers of Iu- dianapolis, are visiting Geo. Meyers ; and family. i Prof. Kelley of Fountain City, was in the city yesterday; Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Conner of In dianapolis, are the guests of friends in the city. Mrs. Frederick Hicks is visiting at Madison, Ind. Walter Feltman has returned to In dianapolis. Mr. and Mrs. Avon Morgan of Cin cinnati is spending the day in tho city. Miss Leah Walker of Owentown, Ky., is the guest of Misses Etta and Bessie Jones of South 14th street. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Wooley leave for a visit In Cincinnati today. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Jenks have re turned from Williamsburg. Dr. L. S. Chenoweth and Lynn Shel ley left yesterday for New York. Mrs. Hettie Buff kin and Mrs. Wil liam Chenoweth are the guests ot friends in Minneapolis. E. C. Caldwell has returned to his home in Milton. Miss Mary Jenkins returned from Ami), Ind., last evening. Mr. and Mrs. Herman Hager and daughter, of Dayton, are visiting in the city. Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Thomas, and Mr. and Mrs. Morris Ranks and daughter, left yesterday to spend several days in camp at Ludlow Falls," Ohio. R. C. Wilson of South 13th street, left last evening for Chicago, where he will join Mrs. Wilson, who haa been the guest of II. E. Howo and wife for several weeks. Rev. J. O. Campbell and family have returned from an Eastern trip. The Rev. Mr. Campbell will hold ser vices as usual today. Miss Edna Morton of Ft. Wayne, will arrive today to spend Beveral days in the city. E. II. Meadows of Middletown, was in the city on business yesterday. Mrs. Albert Howard of Liberty la the guest of friends in Spring Grove. Miss Rae Chandlee of Indianapolis, is the guest of her mother, Mrs. Emily Chandlee of West Richmond. John Barnes of Fountain City was here on business yesterday. Frank Campbell of Eaton was In the city yesterday. Mrs. O. E. Robinson and daughter, Mildred ,of Eaton, are the guests ot friends in the city. Clarence Kramer was the guest of Eaton friends yesterday. Miss Mildred Schenck of New Lis bon, Ohio, is visiting in the city. Mrs. Olile Elliott and daughter, Aline of Bellevue, Ky., are in the city the guests of J. I. Elliott, and J. F. Hancr of South Seventh street. R. C. Wilson, 42 So. 13th street left last evening for Chicago to join his wife and son, who has been visiting her brother, II. E. Howe and wife. Mr. p.nd Mrs. C. C. Little will be glad to see their friends in their new home, .122 North Sth street. Mr. and Mrs. F. A. Brown returned last night from the Adirondack Moun tains, after an absence of five weeks. They also visited Niagara Falls, Buf falo and Lake Chautauqua. Dr. L. S. Chenoweth left Saturday morning for a fifteen day trip through the East he will return about Aug. 27th. SPECIAL MUSIC PROGRAM Special music will be furnished at the morning service at the First Pres byterian church today by Mrs. Fred Bartel, Mrs. Krueger and Mr. Justin LeRoy Harris. Mr. Harris is a vocal teacher who has recently come Richmond from Bloomington, where he has been director of to 111., the Litta Conservatory of Music. Mr. Harris was induced to locate in Rich mond by Mr. James Shaw, the Chau tauqua manager, and comes highly recommended by the Business Men's Association of Bloomington. ay of beautiful SCOUNT will a number of we will dis- Un sauare week. CO