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RICHMOND DAILY PALLADIUM; MONDAY, JANAURY 4, 1904.
11 VII ' -? The Richmond palladium MONDAY, JANAUSY i, 1904. -y 'Y -t f L O GA L ITEMS Westcott cafe, always open. Fine onora glasses at Ilaner's. Spectacles for Xinas at Ilaner's. Eye glasses for Xmas. Ilaner's. , Fancy spectacle cases. Ilaner's. Fletcher for hats and underwear. Mark Stevens, of Abington, is in the city today. L. S. Chenoweth left this morning for the Indiana Dental college at In dianapolis. Jacob Fender, of Abiinrton town ship, aged ninety-eight-years, is in very poor health. Dr. C. . Edmunds left tins raorn inir for Ann Arbor, Mich., after snendinp: the lolklays vitb relatives i ! and friends. He:irv Weber bc:ran .teaching- in school No. 3. JetV'ersoiT'township, this mo-iiii'Z, made vacant by resignation of Oliver I h-k'k. Typewriters, all makes, rented, sold. Rentals, $3 to $5 per month. Repairs and ribbons for all machines. Tyrell, T. U. Tel. office. 'Phone 26. The remains of Victoria Watson, Iau;rhter of Mr. and Mrs. Howard Watson, arrived from Fort Wayne yesterday morning and were taken to Elkhorn, where the funeral services and interment took place. 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 oner fifth and Main. (iflSPEL PfiEACBED As the Apostle Taught, Gentry. by Dr. William Gentry 3 laeet'ugs at Rhoda temple will eomm-.MC ? at 7:';0 1 . m. He can not too-h I climond ftio'icr. He vrritcs: nil gospel will be preached as the Apostles ltea-!ied, with signs foliowutr, in ihe same way and mariner as attended Phillip's irreaching. Aets S: 0-7. 'Hearing and seeing the miracles which he did. 1 its, crying vv came out of many th:' with them, and many sies. and that vt unclean spir- loud voice f re possessed ken with pal- j ...i! healed.' " , The meetings will he undenomina tional, where all people of whatever "sect, race or condition will be wel come. No admission fee, and no charge or pay from persons healed, as Jesus Christ is the Divine Healer, and not the .minister. Sick and diseased peisons and the afflicted are especially invited. RUSSIA'S WAY War Taik :.i S Petersburg Is Kept Down. Ht. Petersburg, Jan. 4. Diplomatic circles confidently expect that the Hussian answer "to the Japanese pro posals will be handed to the foreign Hice by Baron De Rosen, Russian am bassador to Japan, within a very few days, -and do not expect grave results to follow. In other quarters the con ciliatory attitude of l or- governments inspires the belief that the answer will pave the way to further negotiations if, indeed, it does not directly lead to a paeinc settlement of the trouble. - Tho characteristic note in the press today is tho doubt about the attitude of the United States in the event of a war between Rassia'and Japan. The Birshewja Vedomosti elaborates upon American power in the Pacific and the proximity of the Philippines am. Formosa, and says: "It m no secret to anyone it Europe that the position of the Tnited Ffafos in the East Asi atic criaia remains h'ghly problemati cal." Tlus, a new journal made up of for m ir employes of the Novoe Vremya. Vever Weary of tin- Il . :rinr. . "I overheard him teiliug her a story last ni-ht which I know she lias heard fifty times before, but she didn't stop bhn." ".She i3 long suffering, surely." "Oh. I don't know. Ho told her she was tne prettiest girl ho had seen." Cincinnati Times-Star. ever MaUJnsc Chill Ireful. Mrs. Newwcd My husband has the chills and fen 'jr, but they eme in hn ndy. .Mrs. Old wed How- so? Mr. Xrvwcd Whenever he has a chill I put a rattle in his hand, and It amuses the baby. -Chicago Sou mat ri lot Ladies' Walltliijj Shirts at Iial f price, Tues day and Wcdiics(la. Xlie Geo. II. ICiiolfen foerg Co. r eronal arid 'ted- KDITED BY M i 88 CHARLOTTE MYKlfK THE WEEK'S C LENDAB. Today. The Tieknor club with Mrs. Lemon, east Main street. Fred The Magazine dub with Mrs. Isaac Jay, 231 north tenth-street. Tomorrow. Aftermath with Mrs. T. A. Mott, 209 north eighth street. Tuesday club meeting- at the Mor-risson-Reeves library. Auxiliary of the C. W. B. M. with Mrs. J. A. Walls, 21 south tenth slreet. Junior Auxiliary at parish house at St. Paul's Episcopal church. St. Paul's guild at parish house in the afternoon. Wednesday. Flinch party by Mrs. Charles Kid der and Miss Ernest Lindley, at 205 north thirteenth street. Meeting: of First Baptist Mission ary society with Mrs. E. G. Beettle, 403 north sixteenth street in the aft ernooii. The Woman's Foreign Missionary society of Grace Methodist Episcopal church "with Mrs. Joseph Stevenson, 25 south thirteenth street. Thursday. Ladies Afternoon Social club with Mrs. Walter Paulus, 1518 north A street. St. Stephen's Hospital Aid society meeting- at the hospital. Pedro party by Mr. and Mrs. Or ville Nixon, 104 north sixteenth street. Thursday Evening- Euchre club with Miss Alice Griffin, 221 north ninth street. Public installation of offieer,s by Women's Relief Corps iir G.A. R. hall. - Occult Research club with Mrs. James McNeill., 22 south thirteenth street. Friday. Tourists with Mr. and Mrs. Walter Hutton, 220 north fifteenth street. Saturday. Nomads with Miss Alice Unthank, 217 "north tenth street. History club with president, Mrs. George Dougan, 1322 east Main street. Regular fortnightly whist party at Country club. San Souci club with Miss Bertha Bailey, in Fairview. The choir of St. Paul's Episcopal church repeated the cantata, i( The Holy Child," by Thomas Adams, last night, which was 'given so success fully a week ago.. The" ' audience, though not large, on account of the severe cold weather, was well' pleased The usual evening sermon was omit- ted, but the rector Year's greeting. rave a short New The Saturday Cinch club met Sat urday evening with Mr. and Mrs. Henry Shermau132 south thirteenth street. It was a most enjoyable evening. No prizes are giveirin this jclub. Delicious refreshments were i served, and the members parted to meet again at the end of two weeks with Mr. and Mis. Harry Weber, 119 south thirteenth street. - The Thursday Thimble club meeting-, which usually occurs Thursday afternoon, has been postponed for this week-, and the next" meeting has not been definitely arranged. The Helen Hunt Club of Cam bridge City will meet today with Mrs. Doney. The regular meeting will followed by the annual election be i of The C. W. B. M. of -the Christian. church will meet tomorrow afternoon at 2:30 at the home of Mrs. J. A. Walls, 21 south tenth street. The official board of the Christian church meets this evening at 7:.'J0 at the home of Mr. W. S. Kaufman, 100 south seventh street. e The Young Ladies' sosiety of the Christian church will hold a meet ing' this evening at the home of Miss Mabel Reid, 103 north tenth street. The work of the Richmond Festival chorus will open up again tomorrow J sight night in the Odd Fellows' hall at 7:4.", and from tin's time til! the festival given, will mecl czcli Tnes- :ay n:g::t, unles.5 special notice to ii: enfr;iry ia given. It the in eiKH.ii of th civcrlov to s at this meeting and every present. one should be EARLHAM. Earlham college opened this morn ing for the beginning of the winter 51 1 " .V'Tv "9 jSocial few$. pr term. Few students have aixived as yet. The majority will come this, evening and tomorrow morning. The different members of the fac ulty are at the college, making as signments for the various recitations, which begin tomorrow; morning. Prof. Life, of Chicago University, who will have charge of the biological department at the college during the absence pf Prof. Dennis, has arrived, and is making preparations for 1 his work. Prof. II. Lindley, wild . has been attending Chicago University during the last fall term, has returned to the college to resume the duties of his former position as instructor in the history department. Mr. Arthur Truster, of Plainfield, arrived yesterday evening to continue his studies for the winter term. Miss Daisy Cox came to Earlham this morning from her home in West Newton to resume her studies. Miss Commons and Miss Jennie Commons, of Mount Clemens, Mich., are guests of Prof, and Mrs. R. L. Sackett, of Earlham. John B. Smelser left this morning fpr -Anderson, where he accepts the position of assistant superintendent of the Metropolitan Life Insurance company. Mr. and Mrs. George Detch, of In dianapolis, are visit intr Mr. and Mrs.. Elmer Gornion. of 130 Fort Wayne avenue. . Mr. Wilbur F. Hancock and Grace Mae- Thomns were married Saturday evening at the pfk sheet M. E. par sonage, J. I. Chaniness officiating. Mr. and Mrs. .Hancock will make their future in Mitchell, Ind. , An important meeting of the Ladies' guild of St. Paul's Episcopal church will be held in the parish house at half after 2 tomorrow after noon. Patrick McKinley left this morn ing for Evanstbn, 111., where he will spend a few days with relatives, Guy Robie, who has been visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Robie, on north thirteenth street hist night to Indianapolis. returned Ralph Husson, who has been spend ing a few days with his parents, Mr., and Mrs. Peter Husson, returned thi.l morning to Indianapolis. ' Mrs. C. C. Cain and son, Ralph, of j West Richmond, returned Saturday : night from Chicago, wdiere they spent ! the holidays with rlatives. - ,Miss Essie Kyder, of north thir teenth street, who has been a guest of relatives in Covington for the holi days, returned last evening. Mr. Ralph Hamilton, formerly of this city, returned last night to New York city, after spending the last few. ' weeks with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Hamilton, of east Main street. Miss Clara Comstock, who has been ', spending the holidays with her par- ents, Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Comstock, returned to Chicago yesterday even ing to resume her position as teacher of physical culture in the University of Chicago. Services nt Orace Methodist Epis copal church tomorrow evening will' be preceded by a business meeting of the official board of-the church, from 7 to half after 7 o'clock. Rev. W. J. Sayers, of Providence, R. I., will conduct the services of the week of prayer at the South Eighth Street Friends' church beginning to ni"ht. Immense fortunes have been made out of the banana business. Revenues do not accrue alone fnru the sale of the fruit, for the loaves are used for pack ing, the wax found on the underside of the loaves is' a valuable article of commerce, Manila hemp is made from the stems, and of this hemp are made mats, plat led work and iace handkrr chicf.i of tiie tinest t ex lure. .Moreover, the banana is. ground into banana Hour. The island of Jamaica and the West Indies generally yield great crops of this useful fruit. AGEFUL -SETTLEMENT OF THE RUSSIAN-JAPANESE CONTROVERSY LOOKED FOR. c CORDIAL-CONFERENCE Between Japanese and Russian For eign Ministers Settlement Looked For. Cologne, Jan. 4. A dipafeh to the Cologne Gazette from St. Peters burg says the tension between Russia and Japan has appreciably decreased. It says Russia's reply is expected soon and Viceroy Alexieff will start in February for St. Petersburg. St. Petersburg, Jan. 4. The Jan anese minister here has authorized the Associated Press to say he had a cor dial conference with the Russian for eign minister on Friday, and he is convinced by the latter 's conciliatory attilude that the Russian government is disposed to rfeek a peaceful settle ment. '. DEATHS AND FUNERALS. Bell. The funeral of Mrs. Mar garet Bell, whose remains wTere brought here from Chicago yesterday, was held at the home of her son, Charles E. Bell, corner of National avenue and west fifth street, at 3 o'clock this afternoon, Dr. S. R. Lyons officiating. The funeral cor tege wiH leave the home at S:30 to morrow morning for Greensfork, where interment will take place. Neal." The funeral of Ruth Neal, the daughter of N;Mr. and Mrs. Roy Neal, will be held at the Nineteenth Street Presbyterian church at 2 o'clock tomorrow afternoon. Inter ment will be made in Earlhan ceme tery. Wettig. Herbert, the little son of Mr.-and Mrs. George H. Wet tig, died of pneumonia yesterday morning at their home, 43S south eleventh street. The. funeral will be held at the home at 2 o'clock tomorrow afternoon, and burial will take place at Lutheranja. Ritchcy. The funeral of the little son of Mr. and Mrs. II. M. Ritehey took place at 2 o'clock yesterday aft ernoon at tneir Home, o. rmge ave nue, Rev. Huber conducting the serv ice, ruxrial was made in tne JLutneran cemetery. II Miss Emma Sutton, a teacher in the Connersville schools, is spending her vacation with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. I. Sutton. Miss Aloha Hatfield of Richmond, is visiting among relatives and friends. Mrs. Marcus Rati if? and daughter, Ruby, are visiting in v Knightstown, Tnd. Miss Hazel MeGeath is in very poor health. The dance given at the Odd Fel lows' hall Thursday evening was largely attended, many were present from Richmond and Cambridge City. Miss Grace Miller of New Castle is the guest of Miss Anna Lit tier. Miss Grace Huddleston of Foun tain City is here visiting: Mr. Roy Huddleston is confined at home with neuralgia. Many attended watch meeting at the M. E. church Thursday evening. Choice of E-outes to Florida And the South. Passengers for Florida and the South via Pennsylvania Short Lines from Richmond may select any route from Cincinnati in purchasing tourist tickets Pennsylvania Short Lines trains from Richmond connect at that gateway; with throjigh trains for Jacksonville, St. Augustine, New Or leans and other Southern points. For particulars consult C. W. Elmer, tick et agent of Pennsylvania Lines. LOST A pair of gold spectacles in hard rubber case. Finder please call Home 'phone 002. FOR SALE A large heating stove t'ur i knan. office or wareroom. C. E. New- PE UBLIH 25 IacSics Tstilor-iiiafle Suits at Smlf price. Tues day and Wednesday. Xlie Geo. H. K nolle li tiQrg Co. rr- , .w sm. se e i m "t" VV "fk or 54 1 ipti AT . . . Get tne Habit or Tradlrg Here III 8 1 NO. 720 MAIN STREET THE MODEL DEPARTMENT STORE Which you all know is the home of bargains. Once more we give a free schedule of prices for your benefit. Potatoes 75c per bushel. Northern Spy. Baldwin and Greening Apples, 25c per peck, 90c per bushel. Turnifs, 15c peck. N The finest of Country Sausage, 10c lb. Spareribs 8c per lb. Fine Sugar Cured Block Hams, 12c lb. California Hams, 9c per lb. The best Square Cracker, nie and crisp, 5c lb. Gicger Snaps, 5c per lb. Butchers' Lard, 10c per lb. Hood's Famous Coffee, better than the other stores charge you 15c, we sell at 10c. Hood's "Leader" Co" e rial to teir 20c, at 15c. Oar Bulk Goffee is the pride of our store, and every one wn i tries them is a customer. Silvery Thread S-iuer Kraut 5c lb. W OUR DRY GOODS DEPARTMENT We are highly pleased with the p: tronage the people are extending to us. Outing Flannel, (5 yards for 25c. ' , The 8c value at 7c, four 3Taids for 2?c. The lUc value at yc, tnree yaias ior zee. And at this price you are not rc!ricttd, but can take as tuany yards as you wish. Manv peonle are taking the advantage of the low prices we are offering on Ckaks, Suits and Skirts. Come see us before you purchase, and we are confident you will go no further, " ' v ' Remember we are the originators of low prices and are after your business. Prompt delivery, and we give the Green Trading Stamp with every parchas?. Yours ior more business, le MODEL BEfMlIf STORE Both Phones Home 1079 ; Central icrxTnriro hbatjand I The ' : 1 1 IHfr made, ; -t And the fj i g f' 1 I Price is p4 : : . - P ' 'F'Wii.'... I I ' "" ' " t '-"'I I '- 't lllllll.ll. I M 'f "mi rnn -- wi'ttfnm7 lilliiim m ntmli'ifiiVirifr-n n it 'i -n'-tf Mttwrrirn mn'r'ni -m m Minn i ifimni" - '-""m weiajTBCTnw whim 11 iwiin .hum iii awnit mm mi mi miw mwmmtmxmmimtxmmBnemnmr ) Oailroad R . ve" "ort" s.-- ' -j - '-' il "iH fA V- 88 i Get the Habit and Save Money Union, Black 241. 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