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RICHMOND PAltY PAIJiAJDItrst, FRI DAY, XUVEMBEB 15. 1901.
Richmond Palladium FRIDAY. NOV. 15. 1901. , , Indiana and Ohio Weather Vabhisotow, D. C. Nov. 15 'or Indiana Fair, continued cool tonight and Saturday. For Ohio Cloudy tonight, snow in the northeast, Saturday generally fair. - " ' LOCAL MENTION. Dark glasses for the sun. Haner's Spectacles correctly fitted at Haner'6. Kernels of wheat the queen break fast food. oct9dtf The Floral club will meet this even ing at the Commercial club rooms. Dudley Foulke enters upon the duties of ci?il service commissioner today. Dickinson Trust Company has been compelled to increase the capacity of its Safety Deposit Vault. 15-2t Arithmetic," grammar and spelling are taught in the night school. 15,20. There was an inch of snow on the level at Fort Wayne -this morning when the G. R & I. train left. A fire or burglary would make you wish your papers had been in a safety deposit vault. Don't wait till that happens. Put them in now. 15-2t The night school is the place to spend your winter evenings. 15,20,21. Roy Keefauver, who has been a bell boy at the Westcott for some time, has gone to Union City where he will go to school. The comments are many, and en thusiastic, since touth eighth street has een brought down to the engi neer's grade, and rolled up. It is equal to an asphalt street for the first square or two. New Castle Courier S. Ohlinger, superintendent of the Richmond di vision of the Pennsylvania Lines, was here today conferring with Martin, & Co. concerning a switch. Mr, Ohlinger did not promise a new depot. Educate for a good position by at tending the night school. 15,20. Mrs. Elizabeth Rhoades, who has been visiting Richmond friends and relatives, returned to Chicago where she lives with her daughter, Mrs. Mattie Homey. She was accom panied by Mrs. John WheHn. The improvements at the Arling ton are coining on very fast now. They have the roof on and the win dows in, so that there is no longer danger from storms. They begin now on the interior work which will be pushed and expected to be entirely through by the first of the year. J I keep my valuables in the Safety Deposit Vault and then I know what ever happens they are safe. 15-2t The soliciting committee for the Christian church are still at work and report excellent success. In the past three days they have collected subscriptions tc the amount of $1,000. Three men have given $200 each. At this rate they will have the entire amount of $3,000 subscribed in two or three weeks. Miss Mary Haseraeier of the Bos ton store recently entertained a party of friends in honor of her birthday anniversary. The guests were Mr. and Mrs. George Klute, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Klute, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Hawekotte, Messrs. Will Iiackmeyer and George Tuecke and Miss Martha Behring.-...-.,r""-." - The G. R. & I. pay car will be down tomorrow. . j f , The , trains on theG. R. Jt I. came in covered with snow this morning. Are your valuable papers in the Safety Deposit Vault? Why cot. 15-1't A pocket book containing money can be recovered by the loser on call ing at Sam Percifield's barber shop and describing property. Dr. Harold went to Indianapolis this morning, where he lectures be fore the students at the medical col lege this afternoon. He returns home at 7:15 this evening. Local travel was very light today in every direction. There was lots of throi irh travel, however, the trains going east especially being filled with passengers. The party who took a new buggy whip from butrirv standi on south B street, between fourteenth and fifteenth streets, are requested to re turn it at once. Mrs. Helen MeXutt. widow of the laie ivioert MoMitt arrived last evenincr from New York and is the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Augusta C Scott. She will remain until tomor row evening; , Olivpr Vat, th ffctcran mntrsuv. tor has removed his shop from the uraver ouiiamg to over tne tsenning livery stable in the east end where he has one of the neatest and most comfortable shops in the city. Announcements are out readint? as follows- "Mr and Mrs Samnpl "P. Fve announce the marriacfi of their daughter, Pearl Hamilton, to Mr. Jesse Truman Druley, Tuesday, No- vemoer is, at si. unaries, u. At home after December 4th, Boston, Ind." The Charles E. Test of Indianapo lis who is interested in those big gold mine deals is 1he husband of Miss Bessie Skiles formerly a music teacher in this city. Mrs. Skiles, who taught music here for many years and afterward moved to Indi anapolis, died there some years ago. Mrs. Test still has a small class at Indianapolis but dropped music as a profession largely when she married. It is stated that the Florida special will be resumed and run through here, on January 6, the same as last year, and it is thought it will be run by the same crew which run it last year, nearly all of whom are Rich mond men. The conductor was Harry Case, the- baggageman Dave Prebble, and the engineer Fred Taft, and they had not one accident. Last year the Monon, Big Four and Pennsylvania co-operated in this service and the Pennsylvania made the best showing by a big per cent. The train runs twice a week and is complete, with dining cars and all that, running clear to St. Augustine without change of cars. The Rev. Alex Gilchrist, who was here yesterday, surprised everybody by the little change there was in his appearance. He seemed not a day older and to a friend claimed that it was due to his western trip. He told of a man who went there from Allegheny early in the spring. The man wrote home after he had been there sixty days that he was feeling ten years younger; in about ninety days he. wrote back again to his friends that he was twenty-five years younger, and then his letters ceased. His brother went out to see why thev did not hear from him any more and found he had died at the end of four months from cholera infantum. Mr. Gilchrist said that all that was saving him from the same" fate wis going home before he became young enough. : Born, to Joseph and Minna Kahler Cutter, 406 south sixth street, -a daughter, sixth child. The Westcott Hotel has arranged with the Western Union to receive the returns of the Jefferies-Ruhlin fight Friday night. 14-2t . A aaf rvige license was issued yes terday afternoon to Geo. A. Deite meier and Martha Jeannette Spidel, Richmond"? - First concert of the season, Rich mond orchestra and chorus, 110 mem bers, Gennett theatre Monday even ing, the 18th. 15-3t Tomorrow on Reid field the Earl ham foot ball team meet the Frank lin team and it is predicted that one of the best games of the entire year will be seen. The Earlham boys are in fine shape. The Royal Arcanum meets this evening. Members are urgea w -v present as there will be business of importance to come up. There are a number of applications lor memoer- ship to be considered. The trains from Ft. Wayne to Rome City which ran all summer for the accommodation of Ft. Wayne business men who have cottages there and send their families there and run back and forth morning and evening were abandoned Sunday for the winter as Rome is as deserted as a country church on week days. Seats now on sale for the Rich mond orchestra and chorus concert, ; Gennett theatre Monday evening, the 18th. 15-3t At G renville this week Eddie Greer Chrisman was sentenced to the penitentiary for a year for pocket picking. He picked the pocket of an old man some months ago, of which we gave particulars at the time. He plead guilty. It is thought he will make a confession that will implicate others before he leaves Greenville. ' The summer residence business is gaining ground in Richmond to such an extent that next summer there will be a great many of our business men and shop men who will live out of town and come in mornings to their work. They claim that they can live much cheaper and by this means they also have all the advan tages of country and city life. Many here will remember Charles Li. Davis, "Alvin Joslin," who was almost as well known here as if he lived here. Miss Catherine Huddles ton will also be remembered here. At Davis' death he left a line estate in Pittsburg; Miss Huddleston put in a claim as his widow. The court has just decided that there was no marriage and, therefore, the claim ant has no status in the distribution. Mrs. Margaret Shriver Simpson of Detroit, 'the residuary legatee, will get $75,000. Frank Drake, who has been located at Malabar, Florida, for many years, writes back some very interesting letters to his brother-in-law, Ollie Knode. In bis latest he gives an ac count of a hunt for sea turtles, in which he recently participated. They caught a sea turtle of which he does not give the weight, but says that it was so strong that it took the combined efforts of eight men to get it out of the water, and that it car ried six of them on its back and walked with them. After it was killed they cut a washtub full of steak off its bones. Its nest near by con tained 151 eggs, filling four wooden buckets. The flesh is very good eat ing, being as tender and fine flavored as a chicken. "Chamberlains Stomach And ' Liver Tablets. Try them When you feel dull after eating. When you have no appetite. When you have a bad taste in the mouth. When your liver is torpid. When your bowels are constipated. , When you have a headache. -i When you feel biliocs. ' ' They will improve your appetite, clean and invigorate your stomach and regulate your liver and bowels. For sale by W. H. Sudhoff and A. G. Luken & Co., druggists. Prices own make of fresh and pure. pan candies 'Eli" at the Westcott hotel barber shop says if he gives you a shine once you will come again. Try those delicious chocolate chips at Prices. Good! O O Leather I WHAT IT TAKES TO MAKK liOOU SHOES; ;kVT THAT'S NOT A 1. 1.; t.tlOl) WOKKM AN SHI 1 HAS TO tJCff IN. TOO. YOf ET THE 1$ EST OF MOTH IN 7?1tliirisvn4 n A U ........ concert, 110 members, Gennett thea- io ixuuuajr evening, ne loin. i.s-ot I am closing out a lot of double bar rel shot guns at wholesale rates. 9-2t-dw. M. C. Prick. Parties and receptions furaished with the tst ice cream at Prices. Have you tried a face massage? The Westcott hotel barber shop does a rushing business in this line. Oysters served at Prices stewed fried or raw. J. Mo WILLIAMS' $5.00 ENAMELS Fashionable styles, running front the perfectly straight last to the wide swing footfonu with extension edges. A A to E. 5 to 11. Hot chocolates with wafers, beef tea and malted milk served at Prices. Money Loaned At 5 to 6 per cent. Thompson's Loan and Real Estate Agency. Main and seventh streets, wed, sat Williams 724 Main St. John F. Davenport . . Auctioneer Terms Reasonable. SEE ME. RESIDENCE 58 S. 1TII XEW niOSE KICHMOJfD NEW PICTURES On Display. SUN BONNET, BABIES From 15 Cents Up. MOORMANN'S, 520 Main St. "IT IS IGNORANCE THAT WASTES ! EFFORT." TRAINED SERVANTS USE APOLIO Strength, Character and Dignity are combined in the impression which our clothes convey to the eye, and the wearer always finds the first impres sion to be correct .... Our new full back Overcoat, 48 to 50 inches long, with or without the yoke, in the new shades of brown, olive green and gray, are the swellest coats in the market , ------ 8.00 to S20 00 Black or blue Kerseys, Oxford Grays, and all the new shades in medium length coats $4 to SI 6.50. LOEHR & KLUTEJ 725 MAIN ST. 0 N 0 Q It Is Wonderful, Isn't It? The enormous cloak business there is being done in Richmond. Why, phenomenal don't half express it. Just think of it ! The telegraph companies have kept busy day and night ; the express companies will soon have to have more wagons made to deliver cloak packages. Why, the Pennsylvania railroad company have had -1 000 new cars made, presumably to haul cloaks to Richmond. ' "Extravagant assertions like the'above is not our way of advertising. Plain, unassuming assertions answer our purpose. ' ; ' CLOAKS, CAPES AND SUITS TO CLOSE OUT QUICK. 75'Ladies' and Misses' Jackets, 39 Ladies' and Misses' ., ,. .......... "' ' , . h Capes, 29 Ladies' and Misses' Suits. Selected from our immense stock to close at astonishingly low prices. To describe each and every garment in print is difficult, yet price means little unless what it represents can be impressed upon the reader. While the Jackets, Capes and Suits are startling bargains, you cannot fully ap preciate them until you have seen them, therefore we say DON'T MISS THE OPPORTUNITY. Here's What We're Going to Sell and the Way We're Going 1o Sell Them: w r ' 1 1. r- . . ... - - . , a UUui vudu, rorner pnce p.aO to jo,at . . . .fl m I CAPEQ ! CAPEO T o otn oats, former pnce fS to f 50, at 3 4 3 cloth and Matalesei form price f to 3 aQW 8 JO o uma v-usu, iormer pnce fiy. 50 to $ 10 9 I 4 extra long Golf, former price $ 1 4 to $ 20, now . . H OO 30 Cloth Coats, former price J10 to $ 15, at 11 I W fa"y Golf, former price $4.50 to 7..50, now .. . 3 16 Cloth Coats, former price $ 13 to f 17.50 ..... 5 I 17 fancT Golf, former price f 13.50 to f 17.50, now . . 9 4 2 handsome Plush TV.t. tt,. 1S I t,hort Flusb- fomler Pnce T to . now . . . . 3 4 to to close at . . -! 10 Box Coats, half fitted, former price was fli and I6, to go at 29 TAILOR-MADE SUITS. I7assortedstj-lesandsizes.forffierpriceJ10to14,now 0 i 12 ' " " " fl4tofiJ,now 1 Besides the goods offered at special discount we are showing- a magnificent line of Coats, 27 inches andj42 inches, fronT $5.00 to $40; Automobiles, Kaglans and New markets, $10 to $50 ; Collarettes and h ur Garments, immense, line. 200 Tailor.made Suits, $5 to $40. For styles, assortment and reasonable prices come to headquarters TUB G-EQ. H. KNOLLBNBEEG OO, r