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mm V570 8Ih(Dll(S)im Our Holiday trade exceeded any in our long experience of Forty-six Years, being 25 Per Cent, greater than our sales last year. Not withstanding this we have left many choice Holiday Goods, and for the First Time in our histpry we have decided to offer these in a The Richmond Palladium, Friday, December 28, 1906. Kf3IXtt ffi) (SILIEIRAF?I SAILE IFnv Tw Dl)ays";(D)My9 standi Ssvfounrdls, JH)sscs2iniIbsir 23 siinidl Our custom has ever been to PRICE our goods in PLAIN figures and these pricese not CHANGED AFTER the Holidays. But in this CLEARANCE SAE a Will be made on all Holiday Goods, including Pictures. Books, Stationery and Leather Goods are, Except such as may be placed on our Cheap Tables, Excepted. TVkts TP lWiTTocy For the convenience of our Customersand extra clerks we will provide special Cheap TablOS a iniOaIP ii olUCStoo 1Qc Table a 259 Table, a 50c TableAnd a $1.00 Table upon which articles will be placed, many of which Cost two or three times what they will now be offered for, and upon these No Discount can be given. Flow ic tHa Opportunity to (Get Nice, IFV edh, TL7ceffl Articles IPoir ILreco TBudim (Doot. All Sales Must Be For Cash, and at such prices we cannot afford to deliver any but large or heavy articles. No article can be Selected Previous to the opening of tWsale nor afterwards reserved unless paid for. The sale will begin at 8:30 a. m, Friday and continue onlyunfil Saturday at 9 p. m. It is as Appropriate to give tokens of Friendship and Affection for New Year's Day as for Christmas, REMEMBER all Interurban Cars from the West, both when arriving and leaving, stop our store, 729 Main Street, Richmond, Indiana. oppocito LB Social and Personal Mention 1 wM Mieencr Black s, I to suit If nl Bo m m all All kinds, all grad lastes, yet all good. t These teas should fitecp five minutes I Une teaspoonful make 51' Are sold loose or In 't by Great Atlantic 62... 72? Main. 6f Published by Authority of the In , dla and Ceylon Commissioner.) i 4 er be Boiled. lling Water. two cups. t sealed pack Pacifio Tea c: i i , 7- 7! X Merchants' Delivery H eadqu airtro lliff's Store 7t Phone 723 0t SPECIAL CANDY BARGAINS $ THIS WEEK -- - Fenway's Chocolates. Boston make imported! boxes reJuc- on for 25c V saturaay, uanay (Amas Boxes) T Mr. Michael Fitzgibbons of Railroad street, entertained at a family dinner on Christmas day. Only the children and grandchildren were present, they being, Messrs. and Mesdames, Sam Mann and family, John Fitzgibbons and family, Adolplv Williams and fam ily, Ed. Fitzgibbons and family, Silas Fizgibbons and familj", Perry Wil liams, J. II. Shofer and family, Chas. Fitzgibbons of Grand Island, Neb., Frank Fitzgibbons, of East St. Louis, and Robert and James Fitzgibbons of this .city. . Mr. and Mrs. Ed Evans entertained Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Cain and Mr. and Mrs. Forest Monger at dinner yester day. Mr. and Mrs. John Kern entertained the Klckapoo Club at Christmas din ner. Mrs. C. T. Sherer entertained yester day afternoon at the home of her mother, Mrs. J. B. Englebert, 205 Chestnut street, in honor of Mrs. Frank Englebert and Mrs. Albert En Mrs. II. II. Weist will give a recep tion this afternoon from 2 to 4 and 3 to 5, at her home on North 8th street, in honor of Mrs. Arthur Cilley, of New York. Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Lemon enter tained with a bridge whist party Wed nesday evening at their home on South 11th street. There were four tables of cards. The guests were Messrs. and Mesdames Earle Mann, Fred Lemon, Joseph Hill, Guy Mc Cabe Yarrington Barnes. Everett Lem on and Dr. and Mrs. Theme of Ann Arbor, Mich. -K- Mrs. George Knight of South 12th ty invitations being issued. In the evening she gave a whist party. The appointments were red and green. The parlors were decorated in holly mistletoe and evergreen garlands. The colonial posts of the mantel were draped in garlands. Red and green to 6. The hostesses Were assisted in the parlors by Mrs. Dudley Ellmer, Mrs. George R. Williams, Mrs. Joseph Hill, Mrs. William Campbell, Mrs. ! bells hung between the folding doors. Richard Study, Mrs. Maude Jones and Large boquets of Richmond roses and Miss Marie Campbell. The decora-', red carnations were placed on tables tions were of holly, mistletoe and ever-' in the "parlors. In the dining room green. The mantles were banked ! the chandelier was draped in smilax with holly and pouisettias and ropes ferns and red carnations, all tapering of evergreen and mistletoe were draped from the archways and win dows. In the dining room the center piece for the table was of Richmond to the center of the table where they were caught together in a tall vase. Three courses were served both after noon and evening. At both times roses, surrounded with holly and can- Miss Miller's engagement, to Mr. Ben dlesticks holding red shaded tapers, i jamin Hiser was announced, the wed- .a narpisi ana vionnist, stationed in the hall, gave a program of miscella neous music during the afternoon. Mrs. James McNeill was the hos tess for a delightful Christmas meet ing of the Occult Research Society last night at her home on South 13th street. The appointments in the var ious rooms were in red and green. An interesting program was given. The Charity Ball given this evening in the Coliseum by the Ladies of the Flower Mission promises to be the social event of the season. The ball will open with the grand promptly at 8:30 o'clock, Heidle berg's Orchestra of Dayton will fur nish the music. Mrs. Mary Peltz and Miss Selma Knollenberg have issued invitations for a reception to be given on New Years day at the home of Mrs. Feltz on North 9th street. The hours are from 4 to 6. - Miss Margaret Knollenberg enter tained the Argonants of '07 at her home on South 4th street Wednes- ding to take place in June. Those present in the evening were Misses Jeannette Landwer, Marie Kaufman, Mary Peltz, Nina Harris, Haley Har old, Alma Lohe, Mary Jay, Alidaj Swain, Marie Davis, Messrs. Will Jen kins, George Bond, Geo. McKone, Frank Harold, Southern Romey, Harry Jay, H. J. Hanes, Tom McCarthy and Mr. and Mrs. Bert Martin. Prizes werewon by Marie Kaufman, Geo. Bond, Haley Harold, Will Jenkins. ft PERSONAL MENTION. Mr. Oscar Synions of Minneapolis, who has been the guest of Mr. and march i Mrs. William Hill, will leave this even ing for Chicago. Mrs. Will Foster of Omaha, Neb., is In the city the guest of friends end relatives. Miss Lulu Likens is visiting friends in Indianapolis. Mrs. Carolyn Hollingsworth is the guest of Mrs. Rollin De Wees of Day ton. B. F. Thomas of Dayton was in the city yesterday. Miss Edith Chandlee will arrive to morrow to visit ther mother. Mrs. j Emily Chandlee of West Richmond. street, was the hostess for one of thethoff, Messrs Howard Rankin. Julius ldy evening. Those present were Misses Alice Karap. Jeanette Von i Mr- anl Mrs- E. Shea are visit Pein T.na wvishrod EihaJwth Snd-1 S friends and relatives in Philadel phia. Nt eat- t lb. at 29cts. I") Adams' Drug Store, 601 Main. Again ior renwiyt ? W cnrisimas canaiss ie VL 4 nome-maae eraa( crown ana he white. j- cream to vvnip (extra neavy.) it Phone 292. IUt HADLEY BROS. most delightful meetings of the Alice Carey Club yesterday afternoon. Tho rooms were festooned with ropes of evergreen and- holly and the mantles held great spras-s of holly and scarlet flowers. The subject for the after-? noon was "Yule-tide." Each guest was asked to read a Christmas story 1 or poem. Miss Jean Irene Ross gave ; several beautiful piano numbers and a) vocal solo, entitled "Face to Face," j was given by Mr. Leslie Knight. After the program the time was spent social-) lj and a two course luncheon was serv-! Grosvenor.' "James" Wood, Jesse ler, Carl Lindstrum, Forrest Mote and Bradford Willia.ms.. Mr. and Mrs. Horace Kramer enter tained with a' "venison "dinner Wed nesday evening at their " home on North 17th street. -The guests were Mr. and Mrs. B. JF. -Wehrley, Mr. and Mrs. Rutherford Jones and Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Alford. Boston, was Chicago Mil-1 Mrs. James Smith of ' in the city yesterday. James T. Morgan left for yesterday on a business trip. Mr. and Mrs. Morton Brown have returned to their home in New Paris. Miss Blanche Luken is visiting in Vincennes. Miss Caroline Stahl from a visit at Dayton. cago spent Xmas with relatives in this city. Mrs. J. V. Cause is in Dayton, O., where she attended the funeral of her cousin Miss Mattie Graham who died Wednesday. Miss Fannie Elstro of Denver, Col., is in the city the guest of friends and relatives. Miss Ida Addingtou of Ridgeville is spending the holidays as the guest of Mrs. Frank White. J. E. Brown and family of Fountain City was yesterday the guests of his daughter Mrs. J. W. Addleman of V Chestnut street. Mr. 'and Mrs. Wayne Lutz of Rut land, O., are the guests of E. E. Long streeth of Chestnut street. Mr. and Mrs. O. O. Smith and fam ily of Cincinnati have been the guests of E. E. Longstreeth of Chest nut street for the last few days. Miss Mary Ferrell of Dayton is coming soon to spend several daj-s with Mrs. Mary Bennett and fa Miss Betty Ahleps has returnafl to Indianapolis after spending several days with MissAlice Fossenjfemper. h - Mrs. S. A. Mann's dancin school at K. of C. Half every FridafC- evening. Public invited after 9 o'clck. Dec. 2S-tf. WAR REACTION III JAPAN A PANIC IS IMPENDING Prominent Economist Predicts Serious Financial Depression Suggests That Currency Be Contracted and Treasury Bills Issued. ANNUAL ENTERTAINMENT The First Baptist Church Sunday School will Observe Christmas This Evening. Use artificial gasVorlight anfl hea. 10 tf has returned .... . . ' .... j lis yesterday to attend the Mr. and Mrs. George Davis of ; state Teachers' Association. Chester will entertain at dinner sun- D. R. Ellabarger left for Indianapo- Indiana ed. It was decided at the meeting to give a donation to the Y. M. C. A.! day the following guests Dr. and fund. The next meeting will be in! Mrs. Arthur Davis of Hammond, Mr. two weeks, with Mrs. Ripple of Southland Mrs. Curtis McMahan of Dover 12th street, the subject to lw "The'anl Miss Carrie Davis of Indianapo Old and th Nsw Year." lis. A beautiful social function of the- The Spring Grove Sewing Circle week was the reception given yester-' entertained with a Christmas party day afternoon by Mrs. Howard Camp ! last evening at the home of the MiaS bell and Mrs. Wickham Corwin. at the'3 Mary and Sarah Evans of Spring home of Mrs. Campbell on Ft. Wayne Grove, avenue. The affair was in honor of . Mrs -.Charles Corwin. of New York, f Miss Edna Miller gave a thimble and the hours were from 2 to 7 and 3; parti- Thursday afternoon, about thir- Stanley Appleton has gone to Odea na, Ohio where he will spend the hol idays as the guest of "friends and rela tives. Wallace Appleton and son Virgil have gone to Hamilton. Ohio, where they will spend the remaining days of the holidays. Mr. and Mrs. ft. A. Tomlin&ou and son have returned home after a two weeks visit ' with . Charles Northcott and family. Elmer Cain a traveling salesman for a photograrh supply house of Chv Negro Ran Amuck. Publishers' Press. Marlin, Tex.. Dec. 27. While aboai. 2.0C0 i tople were assembled on the pubiie square to see the carnival at tractions great excitement was caused by three pistol shots in rapid succes sion, attended by deadly results. -A negro girl, aged 12, was shot through the head and instantly killed. A negro, Huat Broddis, received a wound In the 1 ack and the chances for his recovery are remote. A negro 30 years old fled through the crowd, pistol in hand, shooting behind him as he ran with officers in pursuit. Walter Taylor, a roliceman, was slightly wounded in the arm. The negro was not captured, but it supposed to be wounded. The cause of the shooting is not known. Publishers Press. victoria, ii. vj., uec. 27. in a recent interview Baron Shibbusawa. a promi nent Japanese economist, predicts a financial panic In Japan as a result of the reaction of the war, just becun to be felt. He said bankers are respon sible for stimulating a mania for pro nation of new undertakings, which as reached feverish heat, has no out let, and which is bound to succumb when support is withdrawn. He sug gested that, in order to prevent a panic or reduce It to a minimum, cur rency be contracted so far as possible and treasury bills to the amount of 125,000.000 be issued. While this is considered burdensome, he says it Is the only course to avert disaster and crashes wben reaction comes. Family Asphyxiated. Niagara Falls. Ont., Dec. 27, James Harris, his wife, 13-year-old son and 3-year-old daughter were asphyxiated by ratural gas, which escaped from a jitove in their home. . The 11-year-old daughter Is in a precarious condition. Refused by Clergy. Paris, Dec. 27. An attempt made to fom a general schlamastie worship af-soeiation in Paris met with formal Jural on the part of the clerev. The annual Christmas entertain ment of the Sunday school pupils of the First Baptist church will be giv en this evening and the program will be as follows: Selection Orchestra. Anthem "Song of tho Angels." Scripture Reading by the Bible Class. Invocation. Song by the school "Joy to the World." Recitation John Fisher. Exercise by the Juniors "The Star on the Cross." Song "Snow Prayer" Miriam Morgan. Recitation Blanche Lloyd. Selection Orchestra. Exercise by the Primary Class. Song by the school. . Recitation Ruby Guler. Song "Carol of Redemption", Juniors. Exercise Mrs. McMahan's claf Song Mrs. Unthank's claf Emblematic exercise Yoi dies class. Closing Exercise by Selection Orchestra. Mra. Austin's gives you the re- wheat flavor. A Buckwheat flour. ug La- JL I Rjfck liter .'heat flour mine old buck- for Mrs. Austin's Miss Virginia Slyer of Logansport arrived yesterday and will be the guest of Miss Charlotte Bayer lor a few days. The Alfalfa Pioneer. Publishers Press. TopeKa. Jvaa., i;e.'. r. Harrison Parkman. 72. the, man who first brought Alfalfa from South America and planted it in the United States, died at Emporia, Kan. Alaska Governor Burned Out. Dawson City. Alaska, Dec. 27. The residence of Governor Melnnis of the Yukon, known as government house, burned Dec. 25. Loss 1 00,000. Rcoseveit at Pine Knot. Washington. Dec. 27. President Roosevelt and family went to Pine Knot. Va.. where they will remain un til Monday after nooa. Girlhood and Scoffs Emulsion ere linked together. The ffirl who takes feoffs Emxit- sion has plenty of rkrh red blood; she i .: ' I JL jiuuiU) avuvc ana cuugcuiM IS r The reason is (Hat at a period when a ciirs digestion is e&k-. Scoffs Emulsion provides her with powerful nourishment in easily digested form. It is a food that builds and keeps up a Cirl' strength. ALL DRUGGISTS: SOe. AND SI .OO.