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EICmiOIiD DAILY PALLADIUM, ZIOIIDAY, JANUARY 18, 1801.
r 4 f f r i i T r The Richmond Panadium MONDAY, JANUAEY 18, 1904. w THE WEATHEB. Indiana Cloudy tonight and Tues day. ''' LOCAL ITEMS Optical goods at Haner's. Eye glass changed at Haner's. Spiering Quartette, plat Nixon's. Dr. W. A. Park for dentistry, tf Spectacles correctly,, fitted at Ha ner's. m . Miss Ruby Cook spent yesterday with friends in New Castle. W. A. Sample returned Saturday from a business trip to Logansport. Paul Wilson returned Saturday from a business trip to Fountain City. ' S. C. Wlritesell returned this morn ing after spending a few days with relatives in Hagerstown. C, Mereurio and family returned Saturday from Hamilton, where they have been visiting relatives. Misces Edith Fox and Mabel Teet er, of Hagerstown, spent Saturday with Miss Hazel Williams, Ft. Wayne Avenue. Richmond lodge, F. & A. M. will have work on two candidates in the enter apprentice degree tomorrow night. . .. A ,t , The Famous clothing house is ad yertising some startling bargains in today's paper. Look on the back page and read what they say. Mrs. Harry Mcllyaine' Hall, , of 42 south tenth street, returned, Sunday evening after aw extended visit with relatives in Pennsylvania. Timothy Nicholson, who has been quite ill for some time, is reported improved today. Wheaton Tallant ' spent yesterday with his parents Mr. and Mrs. W. N. Tallant o Cincinnati, formerly of this city. j - O. T. Knode and ; son returned home todiy: from Hagerstown where they spent 1 yesterday writh friends and relatives. Ralph Husson returned to Indi anapolis this morning after spending a few days1 with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Peter Husson. Mr. and Mrs. Emrene McCann and children of north ' tvelfth street, spent Sunday as the gaests of rela tives in New Castle. Typewriters, all makes, rented, sold. Rentals, $3 to $5 per month. Repairs and ribbons for all machines. Tyrell, W. U. Tel. office. 'Phone 26. The "Battle with the Slum" will be the subject of the lecture by Jacob Riis next Monday night, Popu lar Lecture Course. Illustrated by stereopticon views. thrs-mon The Famous, 704 Main street, Rich mond, Ind., has been enjoying a big trade. Saturday, Jan. 16, a great many people were disappointed on ac count of not having enough force to wait on the trade. Candidates' supper and dance at I. O. O. F. hall, given by Woodward degree staff, Tuesday evening, Jan. 19 1904. Dance in banquet hall. Supper from 5 to S o'clock in din ing hall. 14-4 1 Mrs. E. E. Bowman and daughter, Miss Edith, of north fourteenth street, returned this morning after spending Sunday with relatives in Hagerstown. Mr. Wm. S. Crane, of California, Md., suffered for years from rheuma tism and lumbago. He was finally advised to try Chamberlain's Pain Balm, which he did and it effected a complete cure. This liniment is for is for sale by A. G. Luken & Co, and W. II. Sndhoff, fifth and Main. NOTHING DEVELOPED. Police court was a dull place this morning. There has as yet nothing developed in tlie assar.lt on Mr. War ren Friday night. EL ft r'-f J H .... EDITED BY"' MISS CHARUtTTE MYKICK OI-v'V PROGRAM OF THE WEEK'S EVENTS! Today. Magazine club with Mrs. J. S. Zol lers, 52 south thirteenth street. Ticknor club with Mrs. .'Harry Mather, 322 north twelfth street. Yourjg Ladies' Aid soeiety, of the Christian church, with president, Miss Mabel Reid, 103 north . tenth street. San Souci club with. Miss Edna Walls, of Fairview. Whist party at the Country, club. Third number in popular lecture course at Coliseum. Jacob A. Riis on Slum Work in New York. Duplicate whist party by Miss Mary Hill, for Mrs. Taggart, of In dianapolis and Miss Boston, of Pen dleton. Ladies' Guild at parish house of Episcopal church. m m m Tuesday. Aftermath with Mrs. Frank,. Clark, 321 north eleventh street,, : Musical club 's artists ' .recital at Gennett the Spiering quartet, assist ed by Sue Harrington Furbeck. Mary J. Thomas W. C. ;T, U. with Mrs. M. J. Little, 216 south four teenth street. , Bob sled party of married people. ' v Wednesday., church with Mrs. W, G. J3urr, 36 south ninth street; election o pfficers, Lecture by Dr. Swadener? at Fifth street M. E. ehurchi i 1 L -Wedding of Mr. Henry . Pardieck and Miss Josephine Morel at a. m. at St. Andrew's Catholic church. Wedding of Mr. August Schroder and Miss Emma Seeker. Whist party at the Country club. U-go, I-go club with Mr. and Mrs. Frank S. Johnson, 43S south eighth street. - v , Thursday. i Afternoon Social club with Mrs. M. Meagan, 406 north ninth street. Merry-Go-Round club with Mrs. Charles McGuire, 1118 north D.streeti Occult Research club with Mrs. Martha Haines, 22S south twelfth street. ' Thursday Thimble ! club' with the Misses Harrington, 29 south twelfth street. Thimble party by Mrs. S. II. Jones and Mrs. W. D. Batt, at home of for mer, 209 north ninth street. Thursday Evening Euchre club with Miss Blanche Luken, 1725 - Main street. Woman 's Relief Corp seventeenth anniversary celebration iri'G. A. R. hall. Mav Festival chorus rehearsal -' in I. O.'b. F. hall. Friday. Ladies' Aid society of Grace M. E. church with Mrs. M. S. Marble, 913 north A street. Tourists with Miss Sarah E. nill, 2037 Main street. Leap year whist and dance in Elks' club rooms. Saturday. Nomads with Mrs. J. W. Corwin, 1224 east Main street. History club with Mrs. Oliver T. Knode, 42 south eighth street. A party of young ladies planned and gave a very happy surprise for Miss Tillara Haas, Saturday after noon, to celebrate her eighteenth birthday anniversary. The self-invited guests arrived at Miss Haas' home, 50 south thirteenth street, jn the afternoon, and considerately pro vided refreshments and delicious ones, too for the party. Miss Unas turned it into a polo party, in the evening. Her guests v.-ere the Misses Edith Nicholson, Ma rie Campbell, Jessie Peeler, Ruth i 1 J .1 t j mm n it kqd TO Mashmeyer, Mabel Farrell, Hazel Klein, Edith Taylor, Ethel Taylor, Alice Hill and Hattie Lyons. The Saturday Cinch club enjoyed a very pleasant meeting with Mr. and Mrs. Hayry L, Weber, 119 south thir teenth street, last Saturday evening. The favorite cinch was played during the evening and refreshments were served by the hostess. The club will meet again at the end of a fortnight. The May Festival chorus rehearsal in I. O. O. F. hall, which usually oc curs Tuesday evening, has been post poned from Tuesday until Thursday of this week on account of the large number in the chortrs who will attend the Spiering recital on Tuesday even ing.. A card party and banquet was given Saturday evening by the Travelers' Protective association in their club rooms, on north ninth street. It was an unusually enjoyable event. The hall and parlors were decorated in national colors. The rooms were filled with card tables, where progres sive pedro was played until after 11 o'clock, when prizes were awarded to Mrs. W. S. Clendennin, who had played with Mrs. James Highley for the honor, to Mr. John Highley and to Mr. A. S. Street. The rooms were cleared and tables laid for? the elegant banquet whieh fol lowed, Mr. Horace Starr acted as idastmaster, and responses were given by Messrs. Adam H. Bartel, E. Gur ney Hill, Walter J. Doan and Sam uel Ford to calls for " Notions, " " Flowers," "A Fool, by one of Them" and "German Recitations." These 'were given after the banquet in the parlors where the hundred and fifty guests had assembled. All of the toasts were delivered with a good fellowship that closed- the evening in a most happy manner. , A party of twelve Earlham girls drove to Lynn in a bob-sled Saturday evening, hey were entertained there at the home !of Miss Bernda Halli- .day. A delicious supper was served before the return trip. The executive committee of the Sketch club entertained the club members, their friends, and the mem bers of the Richmond Art club Satur day evening at the home of Mrs. Lewis D. Stubbs, 66 south twelfth street. . An informal prosram consisted of a piano prelude by Mrs. Harry Down ing, an original story by Miss Hettie Elliott and Heine's poem, "Storm," from "Pictures of Travel" read by Mrs. Bernhart, and its musical inter pretation by the American composer, McDowell, played by Mrs. Downing. A talk by the president, Mrs. Stubbs, explaining the purpose of the Sketch club, followed the other numbers of the program. She gave a summary of what the program had already devel oped, that the purpose is to encour age an appreciation and interpreta tion of art as well as its production. ( The guests enjoyed the remainder of the evening socially. The home was' softly lighted with numerous candles; punch was served in the dining room through tout the evening, and light refreshments were served buffet. Ed. Wilson, of Pittsburg, spent Sunday with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Wilson, of south thirteenth street. Miss Iva Lnne returned yesterday from Liberty, where she has been visiting friends. A HISTORIC FELIC IN A VERMONT OAK. There was a discovery made the ! other dav in Vermont that will be of j fl Ml W i ii i some interest to the student of col onial history. The following account is given in one of our exchanges i "An interesting find. was recently made by a resident of -Chester, Vt., while sawing logs in the woods near that place. An Indian tomahawk was found " firmly imbedded ; in the oak log, at least ten inches in from the bark, and, though the tomahawk was covered with rust, it was still in a fair state of preservation. On the knife was found the words 'Peter Snow and also 'Gen Stark's Army, 1777,' as well as some rough draw ings. In 1777 Gen. John Stark and his New Hampshire militia marched from Concord, N. H., to Bennington, Vt., and camped for two months near Lowell lake, a short distance from where the tomahawk was found. He later took part in the battle .of, Ben nington. Many curiosities have been found near the camp, which is now marked by an old burying ground. Several years ago a resident of that place discovered, under two feet of soil, a cannon ball ai a tomahawk similar to that) found North. But it had no inscription. It is believed that one of Stark's soldiers left the weapon in the tree, and that the wood grew around it' until it covered it. The oak was stunted, but in full vigor when felled." MIGBATION LAVS Will be Looked After by Con gress ni an Watson. Washington, Jan. 18. Representa tive Watson is making every effort to bring prominently forward in the house the subject of more restrictive immigration laws. So far he has re ceived little encouragement. The President strongly recommended in his message that steps should be taken ' to prevent the admission to this coun try of the illiterate and vicious ' classes, and it is generally, admitted among publie men that radical ac tion is necessary, yet nothing has been done up to this time. Mr. Watson is studying the question carefully, and during the past week he has con ferred with Mr. Sargent, commission er general of immigration. The In diana member expects to have a hear ing before the house committee, when he will make an argument for a favor able report on his bill prescribing an eduational test for all foreigners seeking admission to this country. Cologne, Jan. 18. A dispatch to the Gazette from St. Petersburg says that a gredt significance is attached to the fact that the Czar will receive, in special audience today at Tsarko selo, the Japanese Minister to Rusjsia. It is thought it may point to the early settlement of questions between Rus sia and Japan. ' Port Arthur, Jan. 18. The Japan ese banks are rapidly closing their accounts in Manchuria. Russian oc cupation in Sin-Min-Tun, thirty miles west of Makden, is now reported as an accomplished fact. People's Exchange STORAGE Ground floor, sixteenth and Main. Vern Smith. TOR SALE Old papers for sale at the Palladium office, 15 cents hundred and some thrown in. TOR SALE OR TRADE A good new 8-inch well boring machine and complete outfit for making water wells. Have made two wells a day . with a machine like it. Must quit work on account of age. S. B. Huddleston, Dublin. 14-tf LOST Tirnust'iay afternoon at the Gennett, a fur boa. Finder may leave at this office and get reward. 16-3t FOR SALE Some choice youn thorough-bred Poland China male hogs. See C. Shepherd, five miles northwest of Richmond, R.'R. No. 7. FOR SALE A nice established busi ness iii Richmond that will support a family. Price -foO, 414 sout'i fourteenth street. 'Phone 1005. Ht, n s js OrHn fn. YcLtr n - - .1 ' M V li "W i .1 P.I i 5 M i t i h II H ia 8 b 6 BUSINESS MEN'S jf LUNGBEON HOTEL WESTCOTT CAFE 11:30 A. M. to 2 P. M., 35 Menu For Tuesday, Jan. 19, 1904 Mock Turtle, a la Anglaise Reception Flakes Baked Filet of Trout, a la Bordelaise Potatoes Duchesse Radishes Roast Young Turkey, Stuffed Cranberry Sauce Creamed Potatoes Sweet Pudding a Apple Pie Edam Cheese Coffee WE ARE KEEPING REPUTATION January Glearanc Of selling: good, clean reliable merchandise at GREATLY REDUCED PRICES HERE ARE SOME NEW BARGAINS For This Week: Choice of Men's 50 c Wool and Golf Gloves for, a pair. Scott's improved Neck and Ear Muffler, 50c and 75c grades for .............. . ... 10 to 25 PER CENT DISCOUNT Boys' heavy Jersey Overshirts, or Men's heavy Jersey Overshirts, 50c and 69c grades for Ladies' fancy knit and outing flannel Underskirts (They sold at 39c) S4 CORSETS "f Odds and ends of W. R, IbUU FOR - 1 5SPlS R. & G.t Jackson and other makes to close out tomorrow morning at J 9c. They are all $1.00 corsets, but sizes are broken. At Muslin Underwear We are sole agents in Richmond of the celebrated "De fender" brand of muslia underwear. We've just received an immense lot of fine muslin underwear, and in order to have every lady in this vicinity see our great assortment, we name these special prices for this week only :. Ladies' Drawers, 39c kind for 23c. Others at 50c, 75c and $1. Made with hemstitched or embroidered ruffles. Gowns 69c garment for 47c. Others at 98c, $1.50, $2.00, up to $3.0 ) Skirts 75c kind for 49c. 0ers at 92c, $1.50, $2, $2.50, $3 Corset Covers 1 let ol renVr 19c nrments for 10c each. Better onts at 25-, 39c, J"c and 75c ; . ! A handsome line of CI e-iA s y iH J8 y v? TisS. CONTINUES ALL Memorandums, Daily Except Sunday. CENTS 1 Chow Chow Escalloped Corn Cider la Richelieu ; ?f; Lemon Meringue Pie, j Tut ti Frutti Ice Cream , i. .. 'f.rt Toasted Crackers v7 Tea Milk UP OUR DURING OUR On all Men's Underwear. Every garment reduced. 39c kind at 35c to $1.25 i - t&3 MSi tJS? OF THIS WEEK. p