Newspaper Page Text
BICHMOKD DAILY, PAIXAPlfr TtTESDAYVXUYBMBm 19. 1901.
Richmond Palladium TUESDAY. XOrsU9.-l90L Indiana and Ohio breather Wabhiwotok, D. C. Nov,-19. I i"idiana Generally fair toniirht and Wednesday. . . For Ohio Generally fair tonight and Wednesday, LOCAL MENTION. ' the queen break oct9dtf the Boston store Dark glasses for the sun. Haner's opeciacies correctly fitted at uacer s. Kernels of wheat fast food. Housewives read ad todav. lougn method of typewriting is taught in the Business Co' lege night fccnooi. 14,18,19. 105 pieces included in the Boston store Thanksgiving linen sale. Read about it in this paper. Every piece, every cloth, every napkin reduced. Boston store Thanksgiving linen tale. Typewriters, all makes, for sale or rent. Ribbons, repairs, etc. Tyr rell, W. U. telegraph office. , tf Webb lodge of Masons will have their regular meeting tomorrow night. J. H. Dobbins and his company are at Pittsburg this week, all -week. They have a good show, judging from tne press notices tney are Thanksgiving linen sale. Ujston store ad today.- Shakespear'atJaUas Caeear is the subject .the University EiunonJ course tomgat. t:, v- t--S Frank Taylor went to Cincinnati today to spend all week at the vehicle and implement convention. C. S. Du Had way of the First N a tional bank is taking bis vacation this week and is bunting in Ohio. McConaha fc Taylor were closed this afternoon from 2 to 4 o'clock on account of the funeral of Miss Ida Burgess. John W. Newman today filed the suit of Eva. A. Mawhood vs. Elias Maud Ward, for forclosure, demand $900. Secure your tickets early for the Crary tours, illustrated travel lec tures at First M. E. church each night of the week beginning Dec. 9. John, Conral and Frank Zwissler left at 4 o'clock for Barnes ville, O in response to a telegram announc ing the dangerous illness of their father. Mrs. C. S. Neal. who expected to return from Noblesville. on Wednes day, will be delayed a few days by the illness of her son, Ralph, with chickenpox. The annual donation for the Mar- geret Smith home of money or pro visions is solicited for Saturday, A a. vember 23, at, the home, seventeenth and Main streets. Mrs. Li. H. Bun van and Mrs. LA. Retts went to Marion this morning to attend the annual meeting of the Woman's Home Missionary society of Mot R Oi hot muffirl, hot cakes, madewithoyal Baking Powder mty be freely eaten witHput fear of indigestion! ELM WRECK. The Accommodation W ' Wrecked and Lon Smy ser Hurt. r For Sweet Charity. At the call of the astor, Rev. I Fattier Mattinelv, a goodly number of people gathered at St. Mary's hall last night to form an organization for the care or the poor and needy. Father Mattingl.v suijested the or ganization be called the St. Vincent De Paul society and explained the objects of the organization, and how the St. mcent ue 'aui societies an over the world are conducted. It was decided to perfect such an or ganization, and the following officers were elected : President Mrs. Dr. J. H. Luken. Vice-President Mrs. James Ham mill. Secretary John S. Fitzgibbons. Treasurer Maurice Flaherty. The following committee was ap pointed to draft suitable rules for the government of the organization: Miss Jennie Murphy, Earl Kamp and Mrs. Andrew Moormann. Mr. Boland Promoted. : Friends of J. E. Boland to this eity will be interested in knowing that he has received deserved recognition. He was formerly section foreman here under Mr, Adams, and went on the Vandalia as acting supervisor under Supt. Harry I. Viller. A no tice just issued on the Vandalia reads as follows: "Notice effective Nov. 1, 1901. Mr. J. E. Boland has been appointed supervisor with office at Decatur, 111., vice Mr. V. H. Byrkitt, trans ferred. E. L. SlIASKBERfiER, Engineer M. of W. W. C. Downing, Supt. Home made Layer Cake. Finest variety In City, made by Mrs. liutton. 1IADLEY BROS. Phone 292. recemncr from some of the best papers in the i the North Indiana conference, country. They will be here , in Da-f This evening at the Grafield cemoer for one night. They have been doing a splendid business all season. Shorthand is taught in the Busi ness College night school. The Woman's Foreign Missionary society oi v nitewater monthly meet ing of Friends will meet at the home oi Mrs. Timothy Nicholson, 132 south ninth street, Wednesday afternoon at a quarter past 2 o'clock. It was put off one week because of the death of Supt. Chapman's wife of Earlham college. t i f Linen for the cottage, linen for the mansion, linen for every station in lite. Boston store ad today. The item in this paper a few days ago with regard to unfair fifty cent pieces being too plenty in this city referred to a coin issued by the Re public of Colombia, South America, which is only worth 20 cents, i The 50 cent pieces issued for the Colum bian exposition, are United States coin and worth their face. mem 1 orial services at CJ. A. R. hall; the speakers are to be Wilfred Jessup and Judge Abbott. The music will be supplied by Misses Florence and Clara Myrick, Messrs. Jack Taggert, W. U. Uraham, J. Rue Riffle and O D. Evans. Ihe presiding officer will be toe Rev. lr. Hill Dr. R. G. Moulton ofJUniyersity of Chicago, lectures before the univer sity Extension center tonight at high school hall. Buy your anthracite and soft coal of the Union Ice Co. 19-10t Marriage Licenses. Cale Wickersham and Mary Rails back, Webster. George W. Wheland and Sarah J. Greenlief, Ilagerstown. Park R. Gipe and Edna Blanche Neff, East Germantown. Arthur D. McMahan and Eliza Anna Merritt, Centerville. Ilemmg C. Crump and Hannah M. Noesett, Whitewater. . Train No. 40, the south bound ac commodation, due here at about t o'clock last evening did not get in until after 10 o'clock due to a wreck at El wood. There was a great deal of anxiety here for some time, as most of the trainmen live here and several Richmond people were known to be on the train; and it was feared some of them were killed or at best badly hurt, from the first news re ceived here. The train was due at El wood at 3:55 and came iD on time. There is a switch there leading to the Elwood planing mill, about two blocks from the business center. It is a short side track and has a bad curve such that to run in feere at any speed means certain death. The local switch engine evidently had been switching there, and the engine was run in on this siding to let number 40 pass. By some mistake the switch was left open. Number 40 was in charge of Con ductor Finfrock, drawn by engine 160, Eon Smyser engineer. Harry Stewart fireman. As they ran in on the siding both men on the engine, knowing what it was, jumped. Stew art was not hurt much. Smyser was mot so fortunate. The shock when the fast running train struck the Jswitch engine, which was standing till, was terrific. The men on the iatter jumped, and escaped. Both uyg engines were damaged a peing completely wrecked. The shock fco the train was very severe. As the Collision took place in a narrow pass age between two building's of the blaning mill the passengers were Hemmed in by high walls and were ladly frightened... The buildings vere damaged a good deal and the fear spread that they would fall on tie train. Two passengers were hurt. l lady had an arm dislocated and a thild was knocked against a seat and tendeed unconscious. No other fassengers were actually hurt though ill were well shaken up and badly f;ared. I Engineer Smyser was picked up, drought to Richmond and sent home a the ambulance. His ankle is badly sprained, shoulder dislocated and aide hurt, and he is badly bruised all over. He will be laid up for some time. He is one of the oldest and most trusted engi neers on the line. It Is a common remark of these two engineers, the Smyser brothers, that if either of them ever had an accident it would be something in this line, that they could not avoid. They are skillful, careful men. Lon has had but one accident before this, and that was many years ago. He has been run ning an engine for the company over forty years. 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 -a - - - - $8.00 to S20.00 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. v Lrouu rnr?r ARE GOING TO GIVE AWAY ABSOLUTELY FREE TO THE School Children of Richmond Four Square Pianos Of well-known New York make, which, if we were to place thsm on sale in our salesrooms, would range in price from $30 to $55, and be good values at that These pianos have as well been thoroughly overhauled and repaired at our factory. Our reason for giving themaway: We need the floor space they occupy for our new stock, which is daily arriving from our factory. Then, too, we want everybody to talk about the Starr Piano. Not a bad suggestion, is it? FIRST PROPOSITION. The pupil of any school grade writing the best essay on j Starr Piano will receive as first prize a Light, Nawton & Bradbury squat piano. To the second best essay on a Starr Piano will be given aj A. 15. Gale & Co. square piano as second prize. . . I All essays must be in our hands not later than JNov. tth. f The names of teachers of the public schools of Richmond io have so generously offered their services as our essay judges will be aijounced later. judges' decisions will be announced through the columns o lauiuui uii i'ev.. -v, o .uuuuu.uo -7- . . . , No essay will be entered in the contest unless aecompaniectmn the following form, properly filled out and signed : I fee Pal- sr ame. APDRES ,-.. WHAT IXSTKf MEXT HAVE YOf NOfff. HOff'LONfi HAVE YOf HAD IT i . WHO IX VOI R Pt ASO Tl'SERf ... OUR SECOND PROPOSITION. We wish to give the remaining two pianos to two little girls of Kicnmond who are deserving, and we know of no better plan than to allow the churches of Richmond to be the judges, and not wishing to discriminate between them, we shall invite the public at large to decide this matter for us by popular vote. The two churches receiving the largest number of votes will receive a square piano each ; they in return to. use their own iudgment in giving them away. We do not claim that these pianos are as good as a $200 or 300 piano, but we do claim they are all right for a beginner. Iso vote will be counted unless properly filled out and signed. Wing closes Nov. 30th, 1901. CHURCH BALLOT. church XAME . ADWEESS . WHAT IXSHU MEXT HAVE YOf SOT HOW LON( HATE YOf HAD IT f who i vonarxEBf la forwarding your essay to us address, . ; - I kF.s.iv Department, Ihe btarr riano Co., So jn fct. Ballot Box in our wareroom, 935 Main St. If you prefer to mail your vote, address "Contest Department," The Starr Piano Co x. 1. Cnt " 11113 baHo tonight awl forward it to us tomorrow, for the time is not only limited, but it is hardly possible that this adv. will appear again. Everybody vote and help make two deservi little rirls happy. J-aJots clipped from newspapers only accepted. 8 11 1 1 . " ' 1 " ' 1 The B 11 1 11 tarr Piano Ocx, No. 935 Main