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RICHMOND' DAILY PALLADIUM, , SATURDAY, JANUARY 2. 1001.'
1 riviL The Richmond Palladium Miss Elise Comer is spending the .. n r 'vj t holidays at Muncie with friends. m m m M tr (R . m. j. je n m m SATURDAY, JANUARY 2, 1904. Indiana Snow, probably heavy this afternoon and tonight, followed by fair, Sunday, cold wave. , m. 2 LOCAL ITEMS Westeott cafe always open. Fine ooera glasses at aner s. Spectacles for Xmas at Haner's. S Eye glasses for Xmas. Haner's. Fancy spectacle cases. Haner's. Fletcher for hats and underwear. Charles F. Wright returned today from Indianapolis. Miss Mary Beseher is, visiting with relatives in Marion. Robert Ferriday spent today in Lo gansport on business. F. A. Col via left for Greenville, O., this morning on business. El wood McGuire returned last night from a trip to Cincinnati. Chas. I oais returned this morning from a business trip to Cincinnati. H. p. Fox and C. C. Foos, of Eaton, spent yesterday here with friends. C; AV. C Bass went to Middletown this morning to spend the day on "business. E. B. Clements returned this morn ing from a week's business trip to - Columbus. John D. McGee of Rushville has been, selected as sixth district chair man by the Democrats. J. II. Mills left today for Denver, Colo., where lie will be for a fort night transacting business. Mack Zimmerman spent - New Years at Alexandria as the guest of his brother, John Zimmerman, for berly of this city. JUrs. tnzaoein riaaguiou, oi &uum seventh street, left this morning for Sims, Ind., to assist with the Meth odist revival services to be held there. Typewriters, all makes, rented, sold. Rentals, $3 to $5 per month. Repairs and ribbons for all machines. Tyrell, W. U. Tel. office. 'Phone 26. You can g-et several times as much light for a dollar by the use of one of those gas burners the Light, Heat & Power Company are recommending. sat-4 wks. John F. Crocket?.. vho has been here for several days, left for Chica go last night to assure his duties as assistant general manager of the Rock Island system. At the regular fortnightly "Whist party' at the Country Club, Monday evening, Mrs. John Nicholson, Miss Juliet Hollingsworth, and Miss Mae Shiveley will serve as hostesses. Thomas L."Kenney of Mattoon, 111. has lately been advanced to the posi tion of road foreman of engines on the St. Louis division of the Big Four between Mattoon and St. Louis. He is. a Richmond man, having left here eighteen years ago. When bilious try a dose of Cham berlain's Stomach and Liver Tablets and realize for once how quickly a first-class up-to-date medicine will correct the disorder. For sale by A. G. Luken & Co., W. II. Sudhoff, cor ner fifth and Main. Mr. T. Xordj'ke and F. J. Girardin of this city have had several pictures on display in the Connersville Higli school building. The occasion was a series of popular entertainments giv en in honor of the completion and dedication of Connersville 's new High School building. The Ohio and Indiana Traction company will construct their line from Oxford to Billingsvillc, from which point 'two arms will be built, one running north to Richmond and the other to Connersville, This leaves Liberty out. Can't Liberty promot ers organize to run a line connecting us with Hamilton and Connersville? Why not? Liberty Herald. Dr. J. M. Wampler, who has been attending polo players who have re ' ceived injuries during Iocs I. games, is working on a device for the protec tion of goal tender's eyes which is to be used instead of masks. The device jf a. r a i i 1 j? ii i ii 1 1 1 1 f r strifi it ii ru t i nca i r n nnuo the eyes. If struck by a polo ball the danger of injury to the eyeball is eliminated, and at the same time the shield will not interfere with a goal tenders' vision. j leans windows ana mirrors . .without muss, dust or slops. 1h Per SOT S J '"-' iff if-: t EDITED - MISS 1 CHARLOTTE MY KICK Invitalions have been issued by Mrs. Chas. Kidder and Mrs. Ernest Lind ley for a Flinch party, Wednesday, at the home of Mrs. Chas Kidder, on north thirteenth street. A beautiful New Year's reception was that given yesterday afternoon by the Athenae at the home of Mr. and Mr. Joseph II. Mills, 101 south tenth street, between the hours of 2:30 and 5 o'clock. The home was arusucany aecoratea m uuu flowers, earnations, and colors, pink and green, and pink carnations were given as favors. The seventy-five members and guests were received by Mrs. Mills and her guest, Mrs. George Buck, of Dayton, anl the reception committee, Mrs. Mark Wilson, Mrs. Frank Coffin, Mrs. J. II. Kinsey and Mrs. I. C. Doan, assisted by the pres ident, Mrs. Philip Snyder. From Kamp's orchestra, screened by palms and other potted plants in the -music room, soft strains of sweet music mingled with the voices of the o-uests throughout the afternoon. ., In the dining room, where light' refresh ments were served, the beautiful decorations-and the pretty, gowns of the young ladies who assisted were .blend ed by the shaded lights. The assist ants here were Miss Helen Howells, Miss Martha Snyder and Miss Grace Hobbs. ', i So Mr. and Mrs. Oliver Fry enter- Mr. Patrick McKinley will leave tained a .."party of twelve at dinner for Evanston, 111., Monday" to spend last evening at their home, 119 south several - days with relatives and eleventh street. The guests of honor ' friends..: - , were r Dr. and Mrs. Edgar Bond, of Indianapolis, who are visiting Lr Miss Edna Tabor, who has been Bond's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jehiel spending the holidays with her par Bond, 209 Central avenue. ents in' Brooklyn, will return tomor- row. A box party at the polo game last evening was given by Mr. Byram Mr. Fred Johnson, who has been Bobbins, of Detroit, who is visiting spending the holidays with his par- his mother, Mrs. Julia W. Bobbins, ents, Mr. and Mrs. B. B. Johnson, of 339 north tenth street. . The guests east Main street, returned this morn: were Mr. and Mrs. George Cates, the ing to Carlisle, Ind. ' Misses Augusta Mering, Elizabeth - , Comstock and Juliet Bobbins and Mr. Miss Romaine Hardcastle, of Griffith Ellis. s m m The official board, consisting of the board of trustees, the , stewards, the class leaders, and the Epworth League presidents, of the First j Methodist Episcopal church gave a "NTp'.v VpnTa vff ration in flio fTinTvOi parlors last evening, to the members and friends. About two hundred guests were present. An informal musical program wras given during the evening and light refreshments were served. At the regular open meeting held in the South Eighth Street ' Friends' church this evening, Mr. J. J. Dickinson will speak, giving an evening with , make a short visit with relatives, the Iloosier poet, James Whiteomb Harry G. Cook, of Columbus, O., Riley. There will also be baritone ' arrived this morning to spend Sun solos by Mr. Earl J. Harold, who is day at tlie home of Mr. and Mrs. home from Yale for the holidays. I Josea Horn, of north I street. The cantata "The Holy Child" by Thomas Adams, given by the choir at St. Paul's Episcopal church last Sunday evening will be repeat ed tomorrow evening on account of the number of requests for its repe tition, that have been made by those who heard it at that time. The solo parts will again be taken by Mrs. Guy MeCabe, soprano; Mrs. John Taggart, tenor; and Mr. Griffith El lis, baritone. The Saturday Cinch club will meet this evening with Mr. and Mrs. Hen ry Sherman, 132 south thirteenth street. The Epworth League of the Third Methodist Episcopal church have an nounced an entertainment for Tues dy evening, the twelfth.. Mrs. Grace Peirce-Burr, reader, of New Castle, will .make her second public appear ance in Richmond that evening. Miss Ruby Reid and guests Miss Mary Thomas and Helen Davis of Muncie are guests of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Calloway and Miss Rachel Thomas in Milton today. The Grand Army of the Republic and the Woman's Relief Corps held very impressive memorial services in the G. A. R. hall Thursday evenign. Addresses were made by Dr. S. It. Ly ons, Mr. John 'Rune and Mrs. Charles .Swain, and Mr. John Taggart, accom panied by Miss Laura Gaston, gave some pleasing musical numbers. The euchre party and dance given by the Knights of ' Columbus, Rich mond council No. 580, in their par lors and hall, last evening, was large- dial rew. n ly attended. About fifty guests were at the card tables from 9 until 10 o 'clock, at which time fully " as many more had .arrived for the danc ing, for which Kamp's orchestra fur nished the music. At euchre prizes were won by, Mr. Mathew Kreuschj of Cambridge City, and Mrs. James Coyle, the latter playing with Mrs. John Zwissler for the honor. Light refreshments wrere served during the dancing hours. Mr. and Mrs. Edward R. Beatty gave a very delightful wdiist and flinch party last evening at their home, 1703 east Main street, in honor of their guest, Miss Boston, of Pen dleton. Unusually pretty prizes were won at whist by Miss Bertha Hill and Mr. L. E. King, and at flinch by Miss Grace Knollenberg,Supper was served at a beautifully appointed table in the dining room, and dainty little calendar ' favors carried out the pink rose design of the entire table decora tions; Miss Boston, who has been visiting Mrs. Beatty during the holi lays,' will ...remain at 'least a fortnight longer. - Mr. Guy Robie, of Indianapolis, is the guest of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Robie, of north thirteenth street. ' Evanston, 111., who is the guest of Miss Juliet Swayne, will return .home tomorrow. Mrs. Leah Meyer and daughter, : Miss Fannie and Mrs. Harmon Meyer, of south eleventh street, returned vestcrdav afternoon from Indianano- Hs, where they have been the guests of relatives Mr. Ralph Hamilton, who has been spending the holidays with his par ents,. Dr. and Mrs. C. M. Hamilton, of east Main street, will return tomor row to New York city. Mrs. S. B. Clark and Miss Anna Rust left yesterday for Greenville to Mrs. J. II. Mills has gone to Day ton for a two weeks' visit with Mr.J and Mrs. George Buck. ' Miss McCamobell and Miss Helen Maxim returned this afternoon to New Castle, after a short visit with Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Greenstreet. of south seventh street. Mr. Guy Study, will return tomor row from a short visit in Cincinnati. Mr. Clinton Routh returned this morning to Montpelier, Ind., after spending New Years with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Rftuth, of Ran dolph street. Mrs. Simon P. Jennings died at New Castle Thursday night. She was well and favorably known in this city. Mrs. Elizabeth Hetzler and Mrs. Vannie Lovin and daughter, Opal, spent New Years with relatives in New Paris. Mr. Earl Barnes returned to Koko mo after a visit with Mr. Fred John son of east Main street. ' - Mr. and Mrs. Lee Ashley were New Years guests of relatives in Kokomo. Mr. Thomas McDonald of New Or Jeans, formerly of this city, who has been the guest of relatives here for several days went to Dayton last night to visit. Mr. Ralph Husson of Indianapolis is visiting with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Peter Husson, east Main street. Mrs. ; Ben McCready and Miss Ma mie Jeffries of Connersville are visit ing Mr. and Mrs. D. C. Genn or north nineteenth street. ; i ' -"; ; . Mr. Clifton Wilson of Sidney, O., spent! New Years with Mr. H. J. Hanes of south twelfth street. Miss Eleanor Shinnick, who has been spending the holidays with her mother, Mrs. D. S. Shinnick of south thirteenth street, has returned to Glendale, College, Glendale, O., to re sume! her studies. - Miss Anna Murdock of Lafayette is a guest of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Land of north twelfth street. Mrs. E. N. Smith of Economy and brother, J. L. Northcutt of Knok ville, Iowa, are the guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Caseley, of north nine teenth street for the remainder of the holidays. - ' Miss Bertha Allen of St. Xiouis is spending the latter? part of the holi days with Mr. and Mrs. Schoon of West Richmond. Miss Reba Stetson has returned to her home in Greensfork after a short visit vith Miss Josephine Cates of north eleventh street. Mr. and Mrs. Will Jay have return ed to Rushville after a visit with. Mr. and Mrs. Allen Jay of West Rich mond. Mrs. Fentrif of Detroit, Mich., is a guest of the Misses .Robinson of north fifteenth street. Col. and Mrs. Oran Perry, who have been visiting the Misses Poe, of north eleventh street, have returned to Indianapolis. ' Miss Hazel Reid has returned from a short visit in Indianapolis. Mr. Chas. Roser spent New Years with friends in Cincinnati. ' Mesdames Frank Lackey, George Grant and Omar Hollingsworth, and the Misses Martha Whitridge, Bessie Whitridge and Juljet Hollingsworth are the members of a party who are making a, day's visit with friends in Dayton. . Mrs. Caroline Gettle, who has been speeding the w-eek with Mr. and Mrs. Frank Spinning, of south twelfth street, returned this morn ing to Cincinnati. Mrs. Mary Mather arrived last night from Marion to spend the next few days with Mr. and Mrs. Howard Bender, of north sixteenth street. Mrs. Delaney left for Cincinnati this morning for a visit with rela tives. Mrs. Mary Struebel returned toaay after spending the past week with Mr. and Mrs. Frank Spinning nf. soujth twelfth street. The Misses Maria Francisco, Mary Meyers and Fern Owens re turned last night from a several days visit with friends int Indi anapolis. . - f Mr. R. J. Greenwood, who has been the guest of Mr. Halsey Mar chant for several days, returned yes terday to Columbus, O. Mr. Wheaton Tallant left yester day for Cincinnati to visit over Sun day with his parents. LINCOLN LEAGUE SPEAKERS. Indianapolis, Ind., Jan. 1. Speak ers were today selected for the annual Lincoln League meeting at Evansville on February 12 and 13. They will be: Senator Crumpacker, Evansville; Frank M. Vance, Bedford; Horace Dunbar, Jefferson; Frank O. Shutts, Aurora; Daniel Chapin, Rockville; Fred Barrows, Connersville; Charles A. Bookwalter, Indianapolis; Ken neth Kinnard, Anderson; Charles B. Landis, Delphi; A. F. Knotts, Ham mond; C. C. Lyons, Fairmount; Judge Owen N. Heaton, Ft. Wayne; S.-C. Hubbet, Goshen; Hal Tra vil lain, of Indiana University, was cho sen to speak for the colleges of the state. Will You Sleep Well Tonight? Not if you have a cough that begins to torment you as soon as you lie down. You can conquer the cough with Allen's Lung Balsam, which will relieve the pain in the chest, the irritation in the throat and the hard breathing. Since it contains no opium, this remedy may be given freely to chillren, and to the most delicate adults.' Oweoats ri 0 j AT . Get tne Habit of Tradirg Here 01 1 NO. 725 MAIN STR 9fe4tfey seta, cm Is the only day we have had in which we have been surprised, and was far beyond our expectations. Over 8,000 pon ads were sent out from our store, showing that the people appreciate prices and are willing to come to the store that gives' them value for their mbaey. Fine solid, not frozen, Potatoes, 75c bu. ' , "I Am Boss" Flour, 55c sack. ... Butchers' kettle rendered Laid 10c lb. We fill your cans at 9c lb.' 3 lb can Pumpkin 6a Fancy Head Rice 7c lb, 4 lbs for 25c, Hood's fancy Table Syrup 35c gal. . Qnart cans of big blue Plums 10c. 3 qt. cans Tomatces 25c. Four 2 lb cans for 25c. IN OUR DRY. GOODS DEPARTMENT - We will give you prices that nobody can come within gunshot of. 2,000 yards of Cartoon Red Ribbon Madras, the best quality, that others sell at 8c, Friday and Saturday of this week go at 5c yd. 5c Outing Flannel, best quality, G yards for 25c. " 8c value at 7c per yard. 10c value at 8c per yard. Two days only. Come early to secure best bargains. Any one that wishes a Jacket, Coat or Fur can save 25 per cent, from our regular price by buying now, as we are giving that much discount. -' Our trade is growing day by day, and we thought after the holidays we would have a lull, but it has not made its appearan.ee yet, and we are glad that the people of Richmond and vicinity appreciate good goods at cash prices. We still give trading stamps with every purchase and deliver goods any place within the city. Yours for more business, Both Phones Home 1079 ; Central And the Price is Wearing Cordiiiroy - ... CT5 TTft "fr made S 3 . 00 IT i rum ...nr. 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