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RICHMOND DAILY PAUADITJM, MONDAY. OCTOBER 28. 1901.
Richmond Palladium MONDAY. OCT- 23. 1901. Indiana and Onto Weather Washington. D. C, Oct. 28 Fur Indiana: Cloudy, possibly show ers ia west tonight; Tuesday, shower, pxssioly thunder squalls. For Ohio: Partly cloudy tonight, warmer in the north Tuesday, prob ably raih, warmer. LOCAL MENTION. Dirk glasses for the sun. Ilaaer's Spectacles correctly fitted at Hiner's. Kernels of wheat the queen break ast food. oct9dtf Get a pair of correctly fitted spec tacles at ilaner's, 810 Main street. Attend night school at the Busi ness College. tf E- F. Dalbey is at Camden making some pictures today. Phillip and Herbert Robbins spent Sunday at Hagerstown. Mrs. John Henley returned from Converse this morning. , Mrs Mary White went to Plain City, O., for a visit this morning. First class electric work and sup plies at N. Baughman & Co. 's, 522 Mai a. 26 lmo. Roy Heator went to Camden this morning and John Heator to Cincin nati. Don't forget the Musical club Wednesday afternoon at Pythian temple at 2;30 prompt. The Washington club will meet Tuesday, October 29, with Mrs. Frank Banks, south fourth street. Try Smith's new grocery. Every thing fresh and new. Corner thir teenth and north D sts. 28,29.12 J. G. Hunt left for Portland this morning to look after some oil well interests in that territory. Mrs. Rush Miller and son John started for California yesterday morning, where they will spend the winter. The Pennsylvania company has started a vigorous crusade against the use of intoxicants by their em ployes. Miss Ina Taylor, who has been visiting her brother, L. E. Taylor, for a week returned home to Marys yille this morning. Edna Hempleman Park has con sented to play two numbers at the .Musical club Wednesday afternoon, -which will be a treat to her Rich mond friends. The program for the Musical club V eunesday alternoon nas been ar ranged bv Mrs. Edward R. Beattv on Schumann and Schubert and will be of interest to all. Wm. B. Hadley and daughter and Mrs. J. G. Hunt and son went to Wilmington, O., Saturday, for a ten days' visit to Clinton and Warren ounty relatives. Trains are now running between Hartford City and Dunkirk on the Panhandle over the new roadbed, an improvement which, though not com pleted, has cost over l,0UU,U00. Orville Price returned Saturday from Toledo where be has been doing decorative work lor some time. ' lie will return there later on, but for a month or so has work to keep him busy here. The Druids meet this evening and as it will be their annual election of officers the meeting- will be an im portant one and the best attended of the year. There are also three can didates for initiation. Alex Reid and wife are now at Ft. Wayne and will be at home after Tuesday next. They will keep house on north seventh street as soon as the house can be made ready for them, which will take two or three weeks. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Scott re turned to Ann Arbor, Mich., Satur day, having been called to Fairhaven, O., on account of the funeral of Mrs. Scott's brother, Shoemaker, who met his death in a railroad ac cident at Wellsville, O. They were accompanied by their aunt, Miss Shoemaker. J. N. S. council number 931 Royal Arcanum has issued invitations for a musical and literary entertainment to be given at St. Paul's parish house on tomorrow evening. It will be, like all such affairs attempted by this society, a society event. A spe cial feature will be an address by Mr. E. Lindsay Grier of Pittsburg, dep uty supreme regent. Interest is awakened in this city in this fine or der which is composed, so far as membership in this city is concerned, of our best business men and society men. The celebration of Halloween at Earlham Saturday evening was in ac cordance with a very pretty problem entitled "Maids, Modes ana Man- ners,"' and full of odd freaks and far- j cies, making it distinctly unique. The j old halls of learning on the west side j were fully tested as to their capacity j for holding fun. The manner of serv-1 icg the lunch is a pointer to the, "modes and manners" employed, j The beans were parsed around in a j pumpkin which bad been hollowed out for the purpose. The doughnuts were strung an sticks which were handed around. The ''maids' were Misses Rubv Davis, Ethel Woodard, Ida Mar Cox, May Barr, Frances Shepard, Maud White. Willa Ferree Florence Morgan, Mary Stubbs, Inez Nixon, Anna Cowgill and Atbleen Coppcc-k a most merry party of de mure Quaker maids. . . airs. M. Fitzgerald went to Chica go to visit her children, Michael Fitz gerald, Mrs. T. P. Manion and Mrs. Henry Niemann. Mr. Ab Chance of Kingwood, who has been here on a business deal with Tom Mertz for two days, returned home via Indianapolis today. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Binns, who have been visiting Seth Brown and other relatives here, returned home to Roswell, Kan., this morning. In police court this morning there were two cases, both plain drunks and each was fined a dollar and costs. The parties were Ben Reed and David Poffenberger. There is trouble among the tailors today and there has been talk of a strike, but it will probably be averted There will be a meeting of the union held thiseveninjrto consider matters. Mrs. N. Fosdick aud daughter, Miss Ida Fosdick, leave today for DesMoines, Iowa. They have been visiting Mrs. John Jones, south thir teenth street, for several weeks. They are mother and sister of Mrs. Jones. Rev. Prof. Neve of Atchison,Kan will deliver a lecture on "'The early history of Lutheranism in Amer ca at St. Paul's Lutheran church this evening at 7 :30. You are cordially invited. Admission free. The Fulton Leader, in announcing the fact that Messrs. Jackson, Allen and Fox dined with Dr. Richards there Saturday, says they stated that Fulton would ''undoubtedly be the best shipping point on the road. The public is cordially invited to the McKinlev memorial meeting to be given at G. A. R. hall this even ing, under auspices of W. P. Benton, Sons of Veterans There will be an interesting program, which we gave Saturday. Pictures have been asked for by the state medical board, of some of the patients from smallpox in this city, which will be used in some of the state reports. Two were made yesterday at the pest house by Clar ence Morrow, for Dr. Markley. They are the best photographs of this dis ease in existence. ' The C. R. & M. has a novel way of lighting the passenger coaches. It is done with gas, and proving a suc cess. Two big tanks are under each car and these are pumped full of gas under high pressure at the gas wcras here. Thus the trains are lighted up the same as a house, which can be raised and lowered and turned off at pleasure. Tbey are probably the only trains thus lighted in the world. Rev. Prof. Neve of Atchison,Kan., will deliver a lectnre on "The early history of Lutheranism in America" at St. Paul's Lutheran church this evening at 7:30. . You are. cordially invited. Admission free. At Vailsburg, N.Y., yesterday the record for automobiles was reduced 1:12 2-5 by Albert Champion, with a motor bicycle. There was a meeting held in Ohio last week of over 400 owners of machines at which it was decided to have certain bills intro duced in the Ohio legislature in the interest of machines and their own ers. It is understood that similar action is to be taken in this state in side the coming month. Bids on the construction of the new Panhandle depot are being re ceived. The only bidder from this city thus far are Campfield & Son. No others have put in bids, and if there are any others they .will have to be quick about it as the time for receiving bids closes Wednesday night. It is understood that the bid ding is being done with the expecta tion that work must be begun at once and pushed with all speed to completion. x The article elsewhere in this issue with regard to the convention of the Y. M. C.A. should be read and given some thought by all. This convention is an honor to Richmond. It will bring here several hundred men of national reputation, and do the town an immense amount of good in many ways, if in no other, bv telling us how to handle certain abuses which are known to exist here and which these men have been instrumental in handtiDg in other cities. It would be a pity to let it fail for lack of financial aid. Mrs. Laura Plummer of north eighteenth street and Mrs. E. G. Porterfield entertained a party of young people Saturday evening in nonor of Miss Jennie Harris and Miss Opal Ladd of Winchester The even ing was spent pleasantly in games and music and after enjoying elegant refreshments they departed at a late hour. Those , present were Misses Jennie Harris, Opal Ladd, Inez Por- terSeld, Kuby Atkins, Blossom Lewelen. Paul Genn; Messrs. William Massey, John Trindle, Merret Tittle, William Roller, Abram Schissler and Dowell iving. j A suit was filfd Saturdav of Sarah Miller vs. Willard Miller. The com-1 plaint alleges that the defendant, j who is a market gardener, compelled j the plaintiff to support . herself and j children bv manual labor, by raisirgi vegetables ana seumg tnem on the aiarket. called her vile names, threat ened to cut her throat with a razor, wanted ter to drown the t to younger children in a rain barrel, threatened to kill her if she did cot ; would take a corn knife and a club to bed with him and threaten to kill the chil dren. They have ten children, rang ing Irom three years to twenty-one years old. The wife says she is una ble to support them all and he re fuses to assist her. She asks for di vorce and 1,000. Mrs. J. M. Gaar and Mrs. Jennie Leeds went to Indianapolis this morning. Mrs. W. H. Porter of Cincinnati is here visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. V. Rowlett, for two weeks. Judge Comstock and Daniel Sur face went to Indianapolis this morn ing. Mr. Surface returns this evening. The inspection by the general man agers on the Pennsylvania lines west of Pittsburg takes place this week. It will include all the superintendents, engineers of maintenance of way, su pervisors, in fact all officials. The inspection train starts tomorrow from Bradford: thence to Chicago, and returns to Pittsburg via Ft. Wayne. October dinner at Grace M. E. church Wednesday evening, from 5:30 to 7 o clock. Scolloped oysters. boiled ham, etc. 2S-2t LACE CURTAIN Week at U M. Co.'s. Jones St Greatest bargains ever offered. Don't miss this sale. . . .1 lot lace curtains per pair, 1 lot lace curtains per pair, 68c. 1 lot lace curtains per pair. 90c. 1 lot lace curtains per pai, Si. 28. 1 lot lace curtains per pair, Si. 88. 1 lot lace curtains per pair.Sa.63. 1 lot lace curtains per pair, S3. 00. Lace curtains $4.50 to f 12, all re duced. 1 lot ruffled curtains per pair,8c. 1 lot ruffied curtains per pair, Si. 12 i-a. 1 lot ruffled curtains per pair, Sr.28. 1 lot ruffled curtains per pair, Si-88. We have a great many half pairs. 1, 2, 3 pair lots to close out very cheap. Trading Stamps with cash pur chases. L. M. Joxes & Co. via. the Reduced Rates to Cincinnati C. R. & M. On account of the daughters of the American Revolution state conven to be held at Cincinnati, O., October 31, November 1, the C. R. & M. will make a reduced rate of $2.60 for the round trip. For further information call on C. A. Blair, city ticket agent. Phone 44.. THIS IS THE WEEK Lrf M.Jones & Co. the Store For bargains in ladies' ready to wear goods, all new: French flannel waists, Si. 50 up. Silk waists, S4.00 up. Ladies' walking skirts, S3.98 up. Ladies' dress skirts, 92.00 up. Ladies' black taffeta silk dress skirts, Sio. 00 up. Corsets, straight front and erect form, in pink, blue, white and drab, 50c up. Ladies boas, special, Si. 00 up. Trading stamps with all cash pur chases. L. M. Jones & Co. KNOLLEWBERG'S STORE!! 6 DAYS Spleoudlid ujippointao nitty U j 40 SMOKING JACKETS 40 2 ASSO RTM E NTS 2 ol (jrents' Smoking Jackets, assorted styles, all wool, some are lined, others plaid oaefc, size Si, do, d, 4U, 42, 44 and 4b; regular price was $5.00. $K.00. $7.00 and .uU. loumay take your choice of anyone of these 32 for S3.98 EACH To My Friends and Patrons. "When you are ready for anything in mv line I am prepared to get your order out in my usual time as my business is not affected bv the strike. Call and see me for nice goods. John L. Peltz. LOOK OUT For Bargains This Week. Just received another lot of those elegant Fluffy Blankets. See how cheap. We mean business. 1 lot 10-4 Gray Blankets, per pair, 48c. 1 lot 11-4 gray and tan Blankets, red and blue borders, per pair, 89c. 1 lot 11-4 white, tan and gray BlanVets, per pair. Si. 25. ,1 lot large 12-4 Blankets, gray and tan, per pair, Sl.38. 1 lot All-wool Factory Blankets, in white and red, per pair, S2.98. Trading Stamps with all cash pur chases. L. M. Joxes & Co. Notice tothelPublic On and after October 1, 1901, street car tickets will not be sold by con ductors and motormen, but may be had during business hours at Ross' drug store, near eighth and Main streets, at the preseut rate of six for 25 cents. Richmoxp Stkeet axd Inter crbax Railroad Co. 23-tf CARPETS. This is Our Sale Week. 1 lot all wool carpets. 48c. 1 lot Cnion carpets, 38c. 1 lot cotton warp carpets, 23c. 1 lot Brussells carpets, 48c. 1 lot velvet carpets, 85c. Odd lots, remnants of Ingrains, Brussels and Velvet carpets to close out cheap this week. Trading Stamps with all cash pur hases. L. M. Jones & Co. 8 Smoking Jackets, assorted, worth $S.0O, $9 CO. $10.00 up to $12.50. A discount of 20 Per Cent, on any of these numbers. IT'S A SPLENDID OPPORTUNITY. DON'T MISS IT. TheGEO. H. KNOLLEIMBERG CO. I NEW PICTURES On Display. SUN BONNET: BABIES From 15 Cents Up. MOORMANN'S, 520 Main St. GENNETT Theatre. MURRAY & SWISHER. Lesssee and Managers. IVilee b Soflts That Command Respect. PRICES That Exact Admiration In autumn on the seventh day of the week, The young man's fancy lightly turns to thoughts of clothes.?! f THURSDAY OCTOBER !3H sti This Century's Cultured Comedian Arthur Deming la a Purpeeely Planned ladeal "reduction of Polite Pleasantry Oonn'tt TTeOD E3y UJoffe A Mile of Smile. A Colossal Con ception of Convivial Comedy. Sup ported by . . . Hines and Remington, Dempwy, Kellar, Slack and a host of others. Prices, 25, 35 and 50c. Seats on tale at Weatcott Pharmacy John F. Davenport . . Auctioneer Terms Reasonable. JEE ME. RESIDENCE 58 3. 1TII SEW PHOXE 1226. RICHMOSD f)R. M. V. YENCEB, ysician and Surgeon OFFICE HOURS: 7 to 9 A. m. 12 to 2 P. M. 6 to 8 P. at. - , BOSTON, IND. Special stady -- . iup meat for trie --memencaf the Ear, No, Throat Lung. Special attendee ffieo to operative surgery The trysting place for the young man and the clothes is our store. ; J: ' If you haven't bought your fall suit we can give you some very interesting figures. We can give you sat isfaction as well as economy. Our suits are stylish, ele gant, distinguished looking, and reasonable in price. $7.50, $10.00, $13 50, S15.00 and up will buy a first class suit and you will be sur prised to learn how good these suits are. LOEHR & KLUTE 725 MAIN ST. "BREVITY IS THE SOUL OF WIT.' GOOD WIFE I YOU NEED A POLIO iLfliriniD'viiuiir' I Now that the fall season is coming it will be necessary to rid the house of some of its old, worn out furniture and replac ing; them with new, up-to-date furniture. YOU NEED DESK? all Old letters and bills the house no t-lace to put the right desk only a dollars. over 'em few :ee our. Painty, Dixing Designs Wa have them in profusion. (iiili ilL Gilbert T. Dunham, The Les dinar Furniture Dealer. 6a7 and 6a main Street.