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The Richmond Palladium, Thursday, November 29. 1906. i J KNOLLENBERG'S U STORE ,' IT'S GOING ON NICELY -j-TH AT IS THE TMAMklIWM SALS r Underwear, uBieunkets and Goats. Such seasonable, desirable, comfortable and reasonable in price merchan dise is sure to attract andinterest buyers. V FRIDAY anetSATURDAY of this week are still open to buyers to take advantage of these Bargains. REMEMBER ALL OUR UNDERWEAR AT A REDUCTION. REMEMBER ALL OUR BLANKETS AT A DISCOUNT. REMEMBER SPECIAL VALUES IN CLOAKS. Now what are your needs? Our Thanksgiving sale is your opportunity. THE GEO. M. KNOL.L.EN&ERG GO. THE CITY IN BRIEF Telephone the RiehJbond Laundry to get your ladry. Steam tf Mr. and Mrs. S. W. Jackson and son. Lawrence, of Greenville, are vis iting B. I. Huntington of Richmond ! : avenue. ITALIAN ROSE A SERIOUS PROBLEM j Mrs. Ira Seal and daughter Grac, ;Of Brookville, have been visiting Mfs. i J. II. Albertzart, North ISth street cjmi Mr. B. L. Huntington of fmond ; avenue, who has been 4'ck, isjfniprov- Business men's luncheorf served In the Cafe of the Wescotfotel every day from 11:30 to 2:00 A'clock. Price 35 cents. 12-tf Miles Bland of Denver will tepend Thanksgiving Day with Mr. aim Mrs J. B. Craighead, on Xorth 10tstreet. Police Department Figuring onj . Manner of Getting Rid of ! Ettinger Woman. A PROFESSIONAL VAGRANT HER LINE OF TALK SAID TO BE ABOUT THE STRONGEST EVER EXHIBITED IN THE QUIET QUA KER CITY. We Return Thanks 1 to the people of Richmond and vjcinity for their generous patronage and cortiial welcome extended our new store. The phenomenal success of our business in all its branches is improving our; facilities to give you the most of the best for the least money. 1 MORE NO LESS 11 914 MAIN STREET Bee Sliced is made from the cuts of meat, c delicate Nut" proce T tlavor by r v, 11. l. a. lit; cuupi -Hit Beef very choicest ed to a mild, the "Beech- omes to your glass jars. DUBLIN PEOPLE HIGHLY ELATED New Factory Sole Topic of Conversation in Little City of Western Wayne. table in va free from any kind of preser vative, ready for instant use. Include a jar in your daily order. JOHN M. EGGEMEYER The We I 7 RE(DORHDS For December are"fen sale al riciitWd Talking Machine Companyj Cor. Main and Eleventh St. MORE ABOUT THE PROJECT SPEKENHIER INTERVIEWED BY THE INDIANAPOLIS SUN Richmond Postmaster Talks of Crops, Prosperity, Political Booms, Etc., Etc. Says Richmond People Will Endorse Shiveley Boom. MR. NELSON HAS SIMILAR INSTI TUTIONS IN OTHER CITIES WHICH HAVE PROVED EMINEN TLY SUCCESSFUL. With plenty to ty to eat, your win not be com box of CAVANAUG MONS Cigar. to drink end plen cajfbrattd dinner mpleSe Without and EM- I Artistically Metropolitan ; In every detail Is t:y Fnrnlshed In Richmond clutl rely- by Lawrence W. Deukrr's J Tct-rauq Concert Quartet t An eve at the show is plete until you visit th XI ot com- GREEK CANNL Store for refreshments. We serve the best hot chocolate in the city. Also the fnest candies, fancy boxes for Thanksgiving. Dubliu people are highly elated ov er the Nelson co-operative factory proposition which was accepted at the mass meeting held on Tuesday night and yesterday there was little else talked of there. The committees which have the preliminaries in hand are already at work and they hope within the next few weeks to have the project well under way. The Rev. I. W. Caldwell, i pastor of the Universalist church in Dublin, and w-ho is the personal rep resentative pf X. O. Nelson, the millionaire philanthropist, will com municate with Dublin's benefactor at once and tell him of the acceptance of the proposition. Nelson Now at Winter Home. Mr. Nelson as present is in Besse mer, Ala., where he spends his win ters and where he has done much philanthropic work. There is no ques tion that Mr. Nelson will at once pro ceed to develop the factory scheme for Dublin and it will be carried on much in the same manner as the co operative factory at Laclaire, 111., and others he has established in the South. There will be no set figure as to the cost. Mr. Nelson desires to build to meet Dublin's needs and should it transpire after a few years that the experiment works well and that a greater capacity is needed, the plant will be added to. At the out set it is anticipated that Mr. Xelson will send approximately $1,000,000. This will ouy the site con struct the buildings and install the equipment. Material for the manufacture of plumbers supplies and kindred articles, will be purchased in addition. Nelson Reali7es His Step. As originally stated Mr. Nelson will incorporate the concern under the laws of Indiana and in the beginning all stock will be held by himself and Immediate associates, but may be purchased by any persons that are employed. The success of the fac tory, it is asserted, is not problema tical in the least. Mr. Nelson under stands thoroughly what he is doing and he knows before a wheel is turn ed in the establishment that he will find ready sale for the entire output. Should Dublin not be able to furnish all the labor required there is no question that there will be an influx of population sufficient to meet the needs of the concern, but all employ es must be residents of the town. The Indianapolis Sun prints the fol lowing of interest: "J. A. Spekenhier, pastmaster at Richmond, Ind., at the Claypool, is an enthusiastic motorist and is at the height of his glory when burning up the good roads that lead out of Rich mond, among which is the National road to Indianapolis. Mr. Speken hier likes a big car and a fast car and likes to have his own, hands on the throttle. He says that though motor ing is making rapid strides it is yet only in its long dresses stage and that the next few years have a whole lot of surprises in store. Mr. Spe kenhier is postmaster at Richmond. He says that that city is on the crest of the wave of prosperity and that Wayne county never saw better times. The crops throughout the county have put all of the farmers in possession of spending money and the business houses in Richmond are correspond inglv pr6sperous. The factories, and Richmond has a large number, are running and employing thousand;; iwA there is something doing everywhere by everybody. He says tha. Rich mond people generally will endorse the recently started boom for Chailes E. Shiveley for the next governor of the state. Mr. Shiveley's friends tried to get him to make the race for attorney general in the last campaign and he declined after thinking the matter over. Mr. . Spekenhier dees not say that the buzzing of the guber natorial bee had anything to do with his action in the matter. The Rev. Thomas Kuhn, of Richmond, is spoken of by the Democrat's as candidate for governor on the Democratic ticket." Mrs. Charlie Kolp"s nVsqfterad.3 ball at the Pythian Templet(nigh The elephant, monkey and fsfjlcy drlls and dances. Admission twenty five cents. children 15 cents. 29-lt Mr. and Mrs. J. O. Ifarber and daughter, Miss Stella, wiS be the guests of friends and relaiives at Al exandria, Ind., today. Plenty oysters andfceod eat at Westcott Buffet. f ings to 28-2t.. . The Misses Helen and HdP.el Wilson of Rushville, Ind., are guists of Mr, and Mrs. Edward Ball on South lUh street, for a few days. Delicious candies in fancy boxes for Thanksgiving at th Greek Candy Store. ( 2. -St. Mrs. W. 11. Keever and daughter. Edna, will spend Thanksgiving fit Springboro, Ohio. They will ifct return until Monday. Hot chocolate and ic creim are de licious and the Orchestrion! plays the latest music continuously at the Greek Candy Store. 27-3t, Mr. and Mrs. William Clapp, 4: South 9th street, are visiting relatives at Eldorado. INSANE OR ELSE FEIGNING CARL HAU IS STJLL HELD American Professor Charged with Murder, Taken into Court and Pre tends to Know Nothing About Charge Against Him. Ruthelia and Edgar Clapp are guofcta of relatives in Eldorado, for a few days. Candy for Thanksgiving in fancy boxes or in bulk at the GreekVJaidy Store. S-3t Miss Florence Davenport has return ed home for Thanksgiving I from Greencastle, where she attends Da Pauw University. Rabbits, Chickens, Etc., 4abund ance for Thanksgiving. SchWgman's Meat Market. 2S-2t. Miss Muriel Bartel will spend to day at Liberty and will attend rhe dance to be given there this Evening. Little Rosamond Border a fancy dance and ri( for the amusement of Mrs. Charlie Kolp's mast night. 1q thel tffte cl ill give elephant ildren at erade to- 29 It The Misses Anna McCarthy and Pic cola Shinn will spend Thanksgiving with friends and relatives at Hamil ton, Ohio. Mr. and Mrs. T. It Butler, South 11th street, will spenll Thanksgiving day with relatives in apiceland. ' We will have plenty of dressed rabbits, poultry, -pare ribs, back at ssenweg-2S-2t. bones, tenderloins, etc?, man's Meat Market. The police department has a prob lem on its hands in the case of Rose Ettinger, the woman vagrant who hails from sunny Italy. Her initial appearance in Richmond dates back six or seven weeks ago, when she created consternation in several Main street business houses by making de mands for various articles of mer chandise and backing them up with threats which are couched in broken .;. glish. expressive if not together proper and beautiful. After a career here that was metorike in its brev ity, Rose vanished but again appeared a week later and ence moreshe rjius ed proprietors of Main street stores to back up in the corners and gasp for breath while she poured out some choice samples of profanity. This time she fell into the toils and after spending a night in the city jail she faced Judge Converse in the morning and was convicted of vragancy. She declined to give her name or to tell anything of her past career, but the police were convinced that she had a past if not a name. Finally under persuasive pressure she dt clared that Rose Ettinger was' the ti tie under which she sailed and the po lice let it go at that. Under prom ises that she would shake the dust of Richmond from her skirts, she was permitted to go her way and go she did. Just about the time that the police department was getting settled for a quiet winter, Rose re turned and just at present is holding down a cot in Reid Memorial hospital recovering from the effects of the as pliyxiatiou stunt pulled off by Laura Scott-Tate. Supt Bailey does not care to take any chances with the woman becoming a fixture in Jtich mond, hence there is no disposition to send her to jail and another effort will be made to persuade her to leave under threat of severe punishment. Cy are GoSinig to be Olosed all' Day Thursday As we wish to observe the day and not 1-2 of the day. But to satisfy the wants of our customers we will deliver all orders taken on Wednesday evening as late as you bring them. Store will be ooen Wednesday even ing until 10 o'clock. But remember, closed ail aay inursaay. we win nave pieniy ot dressed Turkeys, Chickens, Ducks and Rab bits Also cranberries, celery, lettuce, oys ters, sweet potatoes and oranges. Give in your order early Wednesday morning or come in Tuesday evening, as we arc open both Tuesday and Wednesday evening. S. & H. Stamps always given. HOOD'S MODEL DEPARTMENT STORE Trading Stamps with All Purchases. Free Delivery. New Phone 1079; Old Phone 13U. Store Open Tuesday, Friday and . Saturday Evenings. 411-413 Main Street. , DEATH OP DR. WM.KANE HEAD OF WABASH COLLEGE Esteemed Educator, Well Known to Richmond Presbyterians, Passed Away at Hot Springs, Where He had Been but Two Weeks. Misses Ethel Lockwood and Nora Endsley have returned home after a visit to friends at Lafayette and Greencastle. Warren Grubbs, who attends Moj anfnsvef5 in that capacity ever si; m Park academy, at Chicago, "nU1 f b.W BO gan home for a short vacation. DR. HAMILTON BE NT AST. 126 North Tenth St. Everybodj-'s friend Dr. Thomas Electric Oil. Cures toothache, ear ache, sore throat. Heals' cuts, bruises, scalds. Stops any pain. tfirial gas, the 20th Century fuel. " 10-tf CITY AND COUNTY Marriage Licenses. Henry J. Pohlmeyer and Elizabeth C. Hayes of Richmond. John F. Medearis and Myrtle Mary Appleton. of Center township. Frank J. Engelbert and Bertha Car oline Personette, of Richmond. Rolla McCutcheon and Florence I Russ of Richmond. Sabie Doty and Mary l. Grigsby pt Richmond. " f Babie's health depends upon bateies food. Hollisters Rocky Mountain Tea is the best baby medicine ljiown to loving mothers. Tea or Tablets, 33 cents. A. G. Luken & Co. j Use artificial gas for ilghtSBid heat. 10-U Publishers Press. London, -s.. caii Hau, alias Stau, prefesser of Roman law iu George Washington university, Wash ington, D. C, under arrest here since Nov. 7 on the ; charge of murdering kis rah'or-in-.jat Baden-Baden, was again; brought up at Bow Street rourt. WheoVthS; magistrate explained that papers containing a mass of evi dence in his cae were received from Germany -and 'asked .him whether he had anything t say. Hau replied: "1 don't understand what this is all about." The prisoner has apparently lost his reason or is feigning insaniiy. For several days he has been con fined in tlie prison infirmary and close ly guarded owing to fear that he may commit suicid. The case was re manded uatil next week. After ad journment the pavers in his case were placed before Hau. At first he said he could not understand what they meant, but later he read them ear nestly. The prisoner is being watched by. German detectives. A representa tive of the United States embassy was present in court watching the case, but Hau has net yet claimed the pro tection of the United States nor has he produced his naturalization papers. Commissioners Monday. The December term of the Board of Wayne County Commissioners will begin next Monday. There will be considerable business to transact dur ing the session, incident to the clos ing up of the business of tho old year. Thanksgiving dinner at theWest cott Hotel from 6 to S in Lfe even- ini 2S-2t. Miss Mildred Doney City, visited relatives yesterday. of in Cambridge Richmond Mrs. Edith Huddleston and children will spend Thanksgiving at Winches ter with relatives and friends. Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Lyons, son Paul, and daughter Marguerite, will spend Thanksgiving with Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Holland, at Cottage Grove. Indianapolis, Ind.", Nov. 2S. (Spl.) A message was received in this city, today, announcing the death of Dr. William P. Kane, president of Wa bash College, at a health resort abort twelve miles out of Hot Springs, Ark. He had gone -there about two weeks ago for a period of complete rest, at the earnest solicitation of the board of trustees of the collegs. The message did not state the cause of Dr. Kane's death, but as his heart and kidneys were affected, it is sup posed that this trouble caused his death. Dr. Kane was elected president of Wabash College September 26, ince ter leave of absence was 'granted, Novem ber 15, and Dr. George L. Mackintyrh pastor of the Fourth Presbyterian church, Indianapolis, was elected act ing president. Destroyer Halls?. Try that Soot It will clean your clafneyX End save your temper. "7.rt-Dec. Z fill YgiFdl O. D. BU.LLERDICK, Dealer in all kinds of H$fd and Soft Coal. Orders promptly filled Office: Bullerdickjo Cannery. PHONE 1235. 7 S. Fifth Street. QUA LIT 1 1RST ALWAYS ! 'We use only the purest drugs the market affords. Leys fill your prescription j W. H. ROSS DRUG CO. 804 Main St. Phones 77. We especially recommenqf our Genuine Raymond City Coal., While it costs more tha othr W. Va. splints, we sell it at the same price. Also hartdleX Wnifrede, Anthracite, v Jackson, Coke etc. J v IRHCMMOFJUD COAIL.CDo. Office arid Yard Wat Third and Chestnut Sta. PHONES: Home 941; Ball 10 R. V Mrs. C. H. Roberts of Minneapolis is the guest of her parents. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Kates of East Main street. Paul B. Johnson, of Madison, Wis., is in the city the guest of his aunt, Mrs." Elizabeth Toms, Sooth Eighth street. Mr. Roy Colestock ami Mrs. W. S. King and children will 4-isit Mr. and Mrs. Edward Ball for a few days A Siftfy Razor Bite that can fc strogped. Hm-forged from finest razor sticf, round eon- cm. an temp r id by our two srottst. WHY SHOULD YOU SUITER? y5.l?,.. THE mvc.t j-ain'ful and annoying: corn may be removed in' 1 a minute with this simple device. You cannot cut or! iniure the fot. Price, $1.00. On sale this week at! our Cutlery Department or by mail on receipt of price,: SAFETY Don't, fail to sea-the famous cordu-1 roy boys in a fancy drall. the trained elephant and monkey direct from j Hagenbeck's and thef fancy dances at Mrs. Charlie ltols masquerade tonight at the Pytbii Temple. Ad mission, adults 25 refits, children 15 j cents. 29-lt 'Phone er writo e evd to tne Palla dium of the littli piece of news your neighbor told you and flet your name in the nevt tlfp" contest for this ueek. Warrant for Huntington. A warrant was sworn out yesterday ' charging Earl Huntington with tres-! pass. Huntington is alleged to have paid a visit to the home of his father-in-law, John Campbell on East Main street, despite the warning he had been given to remain away from the house. j Razor I with BI.de in Metl Cass i 51.50 RAZOR t v KJC I Cwnsltta I The Palladium gives a dollar each week for the best piece of news "tip ped off to It. Rarer with 2 Blades in Morocco $3.10 1 r 1 i I A "blade that cannot be :ored or stropped cannot rive you the velvety shave of a Star. The atrop pats a. finer edre on a blade than can be done by any sort ot grinding. Be sure you pet both the ?tir Kazor and t1e -Star Biade lookforthe"three gaidicr stars" tride marie en both. SURE)'! 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