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RICHMOND DALLY PAIXADItTMV SATURDAY, XOVKMB3EB23 1901.
Richmond Palladium SATURDAY, NOV. 23, 1901. Indiana and Oblo Weather WASHINGTON. D. C. Nov. 23 For Indiana Unsettled tonight and Sunday, probably showers. For Ohio Cloudy tonight, rain or snow in the north and east, colder Sunday, probably snow along the lake. LOCAL MENTION. Dark glasses for the sun. Haner's Spectacles correctly fitted at Haner's. Kernels of wheat the queen break fast food. oct9dtf The new daily paper in this section is the Kushville Evening Star. The pony guessing contest closes Monday, Not. 25th, Boston Store. Go to the K. of P. temple and have jour fortune told, at Rathbone Sis ters' fair. 21-3t Typewriters, all makes, for sale or rent. Ribbons, repairs, etc. Tyr rell, W. U. telegraph office. tf Electric house wiringour specialty. N. Baughman & Co., 522 Main street. 20-tf,e Brim? in your guesses for th j ponies, contest closes Monday,Nov. 25th. Boston Store. A marriage license was issued to day to Orza J. Brooks and Maude Lash ley, Richmond.., . .. Webb lodge of Masons has work in the first degree at their meeting on to the p'ace. They are all from E. F. Dil bey's negatives. Miss Pearl Haynes of Indianapoli s is in the city visiting friends. Tom Dolloff is back from his hunt ing trip and reports a great time. The Musical club meets next Wed nesday afternoon at 2:30, at Pythian temple. John Lontz went to Chicago last night on business for the interurban lines." The Business College foot ball team play at Knightstown on Thanksgiv ing day. "Early Canadian and French Mu sic" will be considered by the Mu sical club Wedesday afternoon: Particular attention is called to the fact that the services at the First M. E. church this evening begin at 7 o'clock instead of 7:30. J Dispatches from all partsfof this state say that rabbits are dying by the thousands from some disease re sembling cholera. Hunters might save a fit of sickness by bearing this in mind. , Night before last Governor Durbin delivered an address before the Indi ana society at their annual banquet at St. Louis. The jump hera from that city, 308 miles, was long and tedious, which caused him to be late getting here last evening, j. The boys are getting out early after Christmas money this year. 'About every other boy In Richmond , is out of Saturdays selling matches, j pictures, etc., from house to house, and some of them are doing a thriv t ing business, according to the judg ment they have exercised in selecting a stock. Wednesday evening next. I i There will be a social gathering at ' the Country club house this evening. members are urged to be present at 8 o'clock sharp. Miss Emma Lamb, a returned mis sionary from India, will give an ad dress at the Fifth Street M. E. church on Tuesday evening, Nov. 26. Go to the K. of P. temple to buy your Christmas presents, at the Rathbone Sisters fair, evenings of Nov. 2; and 27 and afternoon and vening of the 28th. 21-3t Wallace's circus hai the best sea son this year in the entire history of the aggregation. They cleared up 275,000. Mr. Wallnce is putting A Family of Robbers. Pittsburg, Kan., Nov. 23.---George Lane, wife, daughter, aged 14, and an adopted son, aged 18, were arrested charged with robbing all the leading stores in the place for the past year. The plan was for the boy to conceal himself in a store to be locked in, then in the night open the rear door. Lane is a building contractor, very prominent in church and society. He owns a fine home, where a quantity of the stolen goods were found. Divorced. In circuit court today Lizzie Schrag was divorced from William Schrag and her name was restored to that of $40,000 in decorations at his home in t Lizzie Heck man. Abandonment was Peru, and claims to have the finest . the grounds of complaint house in the interior in the state. The pictures in natural color which have been shown in a number of the show windows about the city are at tracting much attention on account of their naturalness as well as beau ty. They are a new development of the photographic art and leave very little to be asked in that line. Some views in the Glen are so natural as to seem almost like a personal visit t Harvard Beats Yale. Cambridge, Mass., Nov. 23. Har vard and Yale met in foot ball today. Before the first half was ended Har vard had made two touch-downs and one goal from the field. The score at the end of the first half was Harvard 17, Yale none. r : Mary land Election.. Baltimore, Nov. 23. The official count of Maryland's recent election shows the Democrats have 17 sena tors, 51 delegates; Republicans nine senators. 44 delegates in the legisla ture. Hering, Democrat, defeats Piatt, Republican, for comptroller by a plurality of 121. The Republican clerk of the court of appeals is elect ed by a plurality of 1,387. Dr. J. E. Taylor has returned from New York and can be found at No. 30 south tenth street, both dav and night. 22-3t Try the Union Ice Co. for all kinds f coal. 19-lQt Do Yoi Wish tKe JTlrkest JBread It is conceded that Royal Baking Powder; is purest and strongest of all baking pow ders, absolutely free from alum, ammonia and every adulter ant. "Royal" makes the best and most wholesome food. ROYAL BAKING POWDER CO.. 100 WILLIAM ST., NEW YORK. r SfcerIdaaaBd tfce Reporter. During the early prt of General Phil jsheridan's operations in 1804 against tne Confederate forces under General Jubal Early 5n the Shenandoah valley Major tJeneral Forrester Williams fell into disgrace with the Federal com mander ovi ins to some descriptions of battles which he reported. After one of these articles had appeared he met bheridan, who remarked: 'So j-u have been making fun of me In your Hanked newspaper!" "Fun, rreiH-ral?" 'Yes. kim told all aliout those con founded ambulances and paid no sort of resjiect to the commander of the army in which you are suffered to iive." "There was no exasperation in my story, sir. You must admit that." "Admit nothing! This business has Kot to stop. You are ordered to leave my department within twenty-four hours." "Well, general, you have just been made commander of the United States military department. Even if 1 pro back to New York I shall still be within the. lines of your command." "Oh. go to the old boy if you like. I don't care where you go!" cried Sheri dan In anger. To which the reporter replied, "All right, general, but 1 am afraid I shall not be out of your department even with his Satanic majesty." Jumped on a Ten Penny Nail, The little daughter of Mr. J. N. Powell jumped on an inverted rake made of ten penny nails, and thrust one nail entirely through her foot and a second one half way through. Chamberlain's Pain Balm was promptly applied and five minutes later the pain had disappeared and no more suffering was experienced. In three days the child was wearing her shoe as usual and with absolutely no discomfort. Mr. Powell is a weil known merchant of Forkland, Va. Pain Balm is an antiseptic and heals such injuries without maturation and in one-third the time required by the usual treatment. For sale, by A. G. Luken & Co. and W. H. Sud-hoff. More mistakes of business as well as life come from the inclination to wait than from any other cause. Do not make the mistake of waiting to open a savings account with Dickin son Trust Company. One dollar starts you. Three per cent, interest. 22-2 1 . Dr. Taylor gives special attention to treatment by electricity. Rheu matism and other forms of nervous diseases are not alone benefited but promptly cured. 22-3t Buy your anthracite and soft coal of the Union Ice Co. 19-10t John F. Davenport . . Auctioneer Terms Reasonable. SEE ME. RESIDENCE 58 9. 13TE XKwrnosEms. muiMosD Taxes Are Digli AND CUT INTO YOUR INCOME. Will anybody pay ycu 7 Per Cent Interest net above taxes? lhat is what you can secure by in vesting in the 7 per cent, preferred stock of the Hussey Mower and Implement Co. AVe invite you to investigate the ma chine at the Westcott Hotel, and then call on Mr. Samuel Dickinson Tr asurer of the Company, at Dickinson Trust Co. -. For further information. srt: ITs TIME TO GET YOUR HEAVY WEAR FOR WINTER IN FALL Suits and Overcoats. You will find our stock surprisingly distinctive and original and at such low prices, considering quality, that you will have no doubt in your mind that this store is eminently the one to be clothed from. Fall Suits in cheviots, cassimers and worsted all the new shades in stripes and checked 5 to J15. FALL OVERCOATS Full back, ith or without the yoke, 40 and 48 inches long, $10 to $ 22. Medium length coats in black or blue kerseys and fancy oheviots $5 to $14. LOEHR & KLUTE 725 MAIN ST. UX so? 1 i Vt Iff f S5. Y?f NEW IN DESIGN AND STYLE. RELIABLE IN MATERIAL AND WORKMANSHIP IS OUR HORSE HIDE ENAMELS S3.50 $4.00 $5.00 HAISLEY'S SHOE STORE 820 MAIN YOUR FINANCIAL DIFFICULTIES can be obliterated by borrowing enough to "let you out." And what you borrow you can pay back, 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 in pledge. We loan on many kinds of personal property without removal of same. We advance money on salaries. All business strictly confidential. RICHMOND LOAX CO ESTABLISHED 1H5. Room 8, Colonial BuildiDg, S. E. Cor. Main and 7th 8ts.' Home Phone 445. Free Pianos to the pupils of the schools of Richmond. The popularity of our FREE PIANO CONTEST is unquestioned. Everybody is voting. " FREE PIANOS to the the Itwo most popular churches of Richmond. FIRST PROPOSITION. Si ,; The pupil of ajiy school grade writing the best essay on a Starr Piano will receive a Light, Newton & Bradbury piano as first prize. Second prize, an A. B. Gale & Co. piano. fi , . No essay will be entered in the contest unless accompanied by the following f oi m, properly filled out and: signed : NAME -- -- ADDRESS .... WHAT IXSTRCMIXT HAVE YOC 'OWf. HOW LONG HAVE YOl" HAD ITf.J WHO IS YOrn PIANO Tl XERf In forwarding your essay to us address, "Essay Department," The Starr Piano Co., 935 Main St. OUR SECOND PROPOSITION. We wish to give the remaining two pianos to two little girls of Richmond 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 tojuse their own judgment in giving them away. No vote will be counted unless properly filled out and signed. Voting closes Nov. 30th, 1901. CHURCH J5 ALLOT. CHURCH NAME.. ADDEESS WHAT INSTRUMENT HAVE YOU NOW t. HOW LONG It AT E YOU HAD IT t WHO IS YOUR TUNER t Ballot B ox in our wareroom, 935 Slain St. If you prefer to mail yonr vote, address "Contest Department," The Starr Pino Co. Ballots clipped from newspapers only accepted. rrn MlSDITD ! i 4 I I