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RICHMOND DAILY PAIXADITJM, .MONDAY, NOVEMBER 18, 1901.
-fy Richmond Palladium MONDAY," NOV. 13. 1901. Indiana and Olilo YITeatlier Washington. D. C, Nov. 18 or Indiana Unsettled weather to ciirht and Tuesday, rain or snow flur ries For Ohio Riin or snow tonight and Tuesday. LOCAL MENTION. Dark glasses for the sua. Ilaaer's Mrs. Jesse Fletcher is at Cincinnati today. Spectacles correctly fitted at Haner's. , Kernels of wheat the queen break fast food. oct9dtf Cash Bealle is at Cincinnati to day. John Dingley went to Cincinnati this morning. - - ' Isaac Jeokinson returned from niooanngton today. . . , , ... Frank Stork had his fingers badly cut in a wood working machine Sat urday. Mrs. Anna M.Starr went to Indi anapolis today to te gone some little time. "'.v .', Mrs. George Fleming of Anderson came down this morning on a visit to relatives. , ' The south side of the old Hervey homestead on north ninth street has been purchased by John E. Peltz, Seats now on sale for the Rich mond orchestra and chorus concert, Gennett theatre Monday evening, the 18th. 15-3t The ladies of the Penny club will have a call meeting this evening at tbe home of Mrs. Kate Ayler, 50 J Main street. Tbe Hiatt drug store is filling a long felt want in the north end by ad ii in if a full line of periodicals and newspapers. First concert of the season, Rich mond orchestra and chorus, 110 mem bers, Gennett theatre Monday even ing, the 18th. 15-3t Reece Mitchell got his left foot badly bruised today by dropping a wrench on it, but not enough to dis able him from work. The Penny club will give their Thanksgiving dinner atG. A. R. hall on Wednesday, Nov. 20. The an nual dinners of this club are famous for good cooking. Your order for that winter suit should be placed at once, as vou need it and we make them of the best se lected stock ever shown in Rich mond. Come in and see them and leave your order. John E. Peltz. Tbe Union Tiireetory companyof Indianapolis have their agents here, making up a business and profession al directory to include twenty-eight cities and towns in this portion of the state. It will include all our neighbors, Indianapolis among them. At the Christian church yesterday a formal invitation was received for the South Eighth Street Friends church to join with them in a union service Sunday evening next, and it was accepted. The Y. M. C. A, com mitteee will supply the speaker. The choir and congregation will join in the service. Paul Laurence Dunbar, the negro poet, whose work is receiving distin guished recognition, is threatened with pulmonary trouble, and has in contemplation a southern trip for the benefit of his health. This is Mr. Dunbar's second breakdown. He spent several months in Florida last winter with the same object in view. Dr. J. E. Cloud, government in spector of one of the big packing houses at Chicago, is in the city. He came down yesterday to attend the reunion of the Cloud family, which was held at the home of Dr. Hoover, in this city. Other guests from out of the city were Mr. and Mrs. Cloud, the parents, of Henry county, and County Treasurer Cloud, of New Cas tle. Trains from the east on the Penn sylvania are nearly always late now, being delayed in getting through Pittsburg, where they are building a new depot, but this morning they were off much worse than usual.. No 5 and No. 13" were each three hours late.'1 Autnnberof Richmond people who were going west gave it np in disgust and went home. There was a great deal of local .travel today on all lines and in all directions. I can make you up a good overcoat on short order. I have the goods and the best workmen to make them. Don't wait until Christmas but order now and have the good ot one made by John E. Peltz. 16 2t The latest fad for small evening parties is called the fagot party. As the guests arrive each lady is given a little wax candle, and these are lighted one at a time. They burn about ten minutes. Each lady se lect seme amusement, or game, and wben this game begins the taper is lurhted and the game must be com pleted by the time the taper h.is burned itself out. If it' is -not it is discontinued and another lady pro poses a game, which must - be com pleted to the light of this second taper. If it is a game of euchre, for instance, when the taper is butned out tbe Lands must be thrown down; if it it a song or a piano solo, or a re citation or story, it must end. when the taper burns out. Enough are give out to run the evening to about 10 o'clock and then the refreshments are served. Most of the towns around us are having these parties, and they seem to be very en joy able. ' J. W. Roney went to Dayton this morning. . J Harry Hack went to Greenville this morning on business. Shorthand is taught in the Busi ness College night school. F. W. Horton, the celebrated artr ist, is at the Westcott today, but leaves tonight. Mrs. Helen McNutt, who has been visiting friends in this city, returned to her home in New York. I want to buy on the west side a good seven room house for cash. Ad dress at once Lock box 324, city. Mrs. J. N. Hastings, who has been visiting relatives in this city, re turned to Indianapolis this morning. The Rev. Spicer went to Plainfield this morning where he conducts a protracted meeting for three or four weeks. Mr. and Mrs. Coffin, who were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Elder, re turned home to Indianapolis this morning. Josh Hunt is north of the city look ing up his hickorynut crop. He seems to have cornered the crop in that entire section and will do well with it. - The regular meeting of the Catholic Reading Circle, whic h was announced to take place tonight, has been post poned until next Monday night, Nov. 25. The ladies of the Penny club will give their annual Turkey dinner Wednesday, November 20, at the G. A. R. hall. Everybody invited to attend. The soliciting committee for the Christian church are meeting with excellent success. They have but $ 1,8M) to raise now and expect to have it all by the last of the week. The trestle oi the Panhandle, near Lincoln, up toward Logansport, caught fire yesterday and was badly damaged. Though still safe for trains it will have to be repaired con siderably at once. Even at Anderson yesterday a no tice was issued by the president of the natural gas company to their patrons that there will be a shortage of gas there this winter and that patrons should provide other fuel for emergencies. plough method of typewriting is taught in the Business College night school. 14,18,19. Isaac Parry of north ninth street fell from a high step ladder at his home recently, a distance of 11 feet, to the sidewalk and was seriously in jured. He was mending somewhat but had a relapse and his friends are alarmed at his condition. Frank Lackey is in off the road, with his' year's work all " done, and will remain here until spring. He reports the best year's business he has ever bad in twenty years' ex perience He has signed up for next year with the same company he has been with for so many years. A telegram was received here this morning announcing the death at Terre Haute of Mrs. Sadie Dils. Mrs. Dils was a sister of P. E. Mounce, formerly manager of the W. U. Tele graph office in this city. She was a stenographer, and at one time deputy clerk at the court house. She died at the home of her parents at Terre Haute this morning after a prolonged illness. At Anderson Saturday Judge Mc Clure made a decision that is a terror to seekers after divorce to the effect that insanity is not good ground. Two cases are pending therefor di vorce brought by husbands of wives that have recently become insane and whose cases have been pronounced incurable. Judge McClure has stated in no uncertain terms that such causes would not be given any en couragement in his court. He spoke in severe terms of a man who would bring suit on such a ground, and gave notice that his court would never be a party to any action of that character. DEATHS AND FUNERALS. Wilson Died, this Monday morn- ! iog at 7:30, FraDk L Wilson, young est son of Nathan 1 . ana Catherine Wilson, aged 22 years. Funeral from the residence of his father, one mile northwest of the city Wednes day afternoon at 2 o "clock. Zf.ek Maud Curtis Zeek, aged 29 vnlta rf William Zt'fk. died Sunday morning at her home, 805 north H street, of complication of diseases. The funeral will take place Trom the house Tuesday afternoon at 1 o'clock. Rev. J. P. Chamness offici ating. Friends may call this even ing from 7 to 9 o'clock. Interment at Ealrham. Rce Elizabeth Rue, aged 63 years, died Saturday evening at the home of Mrs. Eliza Culbertson, 111 north sixth street. The funeral which was private, took place this afternoon from the home, Rev. F. O. Granniss officiating. Interment at Earlham. Reynolds Correll Reynolds died Saturday afternoon at the home of her mother, Mrs. Josephine Rey nolds, 509 south seventh street, of consumption, at the age of 20 years and 7 months. The fuDeral took place this afternoon from the home and was conducted by the Rev. Ba ker. The interment was at Earlham. Macke The funeral of John H. Macke will take place tomorrow morning at 9 o'clock from St. Andrew's church. Interment at cemetery of same. Friends may call at the late residence, 543 south sixth street, this evening from 7 to 9 o'clock. La n sos Bridget A. Lannon died Saturday evening at the residence of her sister, Mrs. Peter Flannagan, 175 Sheridan street, of ' nervous trouble, aged 50 years. The funeral will take place tomorrow morning at 9 o'clock from St. Mary's church. Interment at the cemetery of same. Bi RiEss Miss, Ida May Burgess, aged 33 years, died at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Burgess, southwest of the city, Sat urday afternoon. The funeral will be from the First M. E. church Tues day at 2 p. m. Because of sickness the services at the home will be private. The interment will be at Earlham. Friends will be given an opportunity to view the remains at the church. To the Public. Allow me to say a few words in praise of Chamberlain's Cough Rem edy. I can recommend it with the utmost confidence. It has done good work for me and will do the same for others. I had a very severe cough and cold and feared I would get pneu monia, but after taking the second dose of this medicine I felt better, three bottles of it.cured my cold and the pains in my chest disappeared en tirely. I am most respectfully yours for" health, Ralph S. Meters, 64 Thirty-seventh street, Wheeling, W. Va. For sale by A. G.-Luken & Co. and W. H. Sudhoff. - Unlocks the gates of happiness; makes tbe music and saws the wood: lifts one up in the sunshine of life. That "s what Rocky . Mountain Tea does. Ask your druggist. tan OLLENBERG'K STORE! f A HEARTY LAUGH. Iaa I'pon riie Wonderfal Effects I '; II the Human System. "Laugh and grow fat" Is a saying as old as the hills. It lias long Ihhu an accepted fact that buiuor is a promoter of digestion and merry words the dead liest foes of disease. Dr. J. E. Kenne dy, editor of the Iowa Health Bulletin, writes an interesting article on the val ue of laughter, in which he shews it is not only a remedial agent, but is also a valuable preventive against a host of diseases. The physical effects of laugh ter are thus put down by Dr. Kennedy: Laughter increases the blood circula tion. It enlarges the heart. It expands the lungs. It jiggers the diaphragm. It promotes the dioculation of the spleen. In other words, laughter stirs up the vital regions of the body, gives them healthful exercise and produces a men tal exhilaration which acts upon the system much as a brisk walk in a crisp atmosphere does npon the appetite. As strong allies to laughter Dr. Kennedy gives the following directions for men tal peace of mind: Reware of theologians who have no sense of mirth. They are not altogeth er human. Keep your chin up. Don't take your troubles to bed with you. Hang them on a chair with your trousers or drop them in a glass of wa ter with your teeth. Dr. Kennedy has surely hit the naif on the head. If his prescription and advice are followed, his own Txlls will be decidedly cut down. Burlington Llawkeye. Sort of Circular. Insanity. A French judge has declared that a man must be mad who writes poetry. However that may Ik?, the editor he sends it to generally is. Los Angelea Times. It Is claimed that Joseph Gaspard Chaussgros de Derby, a French engi neer, made the first maps of Detroit in 1749 and 17."4. WEI A Victory for Earlham. . Earlham college has good cause" th ciean pot v?ftorv in last Saturday's -foot ball game with r ransiia. v th first time durintr the sea son Earlham s men were in excellent form. In Saturday's "tilt'i" Earl ham easily demonstrated their su periority over . r ransun, loougo ne game was exciting and close through out. PICTURES On Display. SUN BONNET. I : babies: From 15 Cents Up. MOORMAN'S, 520 Main St. RICHMOND'S SHOPPING CENTER. INTERESTING FACTS ABOUT Every blanket in our stock is right in every respect. We take good care that no inferior grades are allowed in it. This year we are better equipped than ever to handle the blanket business. In our stock you will find the Hamilton and Zanesville Blankets. They need no introduction. All they need is a trial, and you will use no others. Advertising blankets merely as lo-l, 11 and 12-4 is rather indefinite. JSo below we give definitely the size, weight and price KEEP THIS LIST FOR FUTURE REFERENCE. Aft COTTON BLANKETS Size Weight Price Pair Special grey . . . 10-4 Blankets . . 2 lbs . . .50 Grey, tan, white 10-4 . 2 5' lbs . . .0 Plain white . . . 10-4 " . . 3 lbs . . .fio Gray. tan. white .11-4 " . ii lbs . . .81 Plain white . . . 11-4 . 2' lbs . . Jd.OO Gray, tan, white . 11-4 " . 84 lbs . . 1.25 Home Spun . . . 10-4 " . 3V lbs . . 1.23 Home Spun ... 11-4 . b4 lbs . . 1.50 Gray, tan, white . 12-4 " . . 6 lbs . . 1.75 Gray, tan, white . 12-4 " . . 5 'bs . . l.SS Our Special . .72x80 " . 43' lbs . . l.Hs WOOL BLANKETS Our Polar . Heater . . Duquesne . Ft. Pitts . Zanesville Hamilton . Zanesville Hamilton . North Star Hamilton . California . California . Hamilton . North Star Xorth Star Humboldt California . Sie UtixSl . x80 . f,4x7S ix7S . HfixSO . . fV4xHO . KxS2 , 72x . 72x82 . , 72x0 . 72y0 - 72xSO . 76xS2 . 72x78 . , 72x2 . 72xH2 . 72xSO . Weight . 4 lbs, 4!i lbs, 3-U' lbs, 3 V lbs, '4 'i lbs, i4 lbs, . 5 lbs, 4 V lbs,' o '4 lbs, 5 '4' lbs, o'4 lbs. 5 '4 lbs, 6 '4 lbs, 5' lbs, hli lbs, o'4 lbs, 6 'A lbs. Price Pair all wool part wool all wool all wool all wool all wool all wool tt 00 3.3S 3.50 4 00 4.50 4 75 5.00 cotton warp 5 (H) all wool . 5.50 all wool . 5 U't all wool . H.50 all wool . 7.00 all wool . 7.50 all wool . 8.00 all wool . 8.50 all wool . St.OO all wool . 12.00 SOMETHING ABOUT COMFORTS Size Weight Price No. 40. cotton filled Comforts, 72x72, 3 lbs. f 1.25 " 401, " " 72x78, 8 lbs. 1.50 " 429, 72x78. 4 V lbs. 1.75 Special Home-made ' 6x83, 5 lbs. 1.75 No. 529, 72x78, 4 4 lbs. 2.00 ' 432, ' 72x84, 5 4 lbs. 2.25 " 532 " 72xMO, 5 '4 lbs. 2 50 752, " 72x78, 5i lbs. 2.70 WOOL HEALTH COMFORTS Beautiful patterns, 72xSl, 3 lbs f 1.55 ODOIILESS DOWN COMFORTS No. !), 72x72, 4 lbs fti.O,) No. 101, 72x72, 4 lbs 75 No. 100. 72x84, ili lbs 7.50 Our comforts are Perfection make, perfectly sanitary, and the cotton is corded into one large sheet and then tacked into the comfort. This pre vents them from wadding up in the corners. They always remain light and fluffy. COT Infants' Fur Rolies for cab and go-cart, charming line from $ 1.50 to t.50. Horse Blankets and Plush Robes. A very complete line horse blankets, Jd.OO to ft. fit) A very large line plush robes, $1.50 to J10 00. A very nice line wool and steamer robes, $ 2 50 to f5. Our line of fur robes is right, prices f to $ 10. The GEO. H. KNOLLENBERG CO. f KIND WOMBS. Richmond, Ixd., Nov. 10. '01. The Starr Piano Co., Richmond, Ind. Gentlemen : The Starr Piano pur chased of you about two years ago is in fine condition, and giving the best of sat isfaction. It has a beantifnl, full, round, rich tone. Its singing1 qualities are un surpassed. Its action light and elastic to the touch. Its construction is of the best. We are very proud of our instrument, and can truly recommend it to any one wish ing a strictly high grade piano. Wishing yon the success your lnstru- ! rnent deserves, I am - Yours trulv. 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 820.00 Black or blue Kerseys, Oxford Grays, and all the ne shades in medium length coats $4 to SI 6.50. LOEHR & KLUTEI 725 MAIN ST. JOHN E. PELTZ.. i YOUR FINANCIAL DIFFICULTIES can be obliterated by borrowing enough to "let you out." And what you borrow yon can pay lack in weekly or monthly installments (on a sort of building and loan association basis) without feeling it. We loan money in any sums on watches, diamonds, silverware, etc., left i. pledge. We loan on many kinds of personal property without removal of same. We advance money on salaries. All business strictly confidential. , f RICHMOND IXAX CO., , ESTABLISHED 1J5. Rcom 8, Colonial Building:, S. E. Cor. Main and 7th Sts. Home Phone 445. , , 4