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RICHMOND DAILY PALLADIUM, WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 20, 1904
r 9 The Richmond Palladium WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 20, 1904 -J THE WEATHER.1 'it' Indiana?. Rum ; tonigh Improbably turning to snow; colder Thursday. LOCAL ITEMS: as 32 Optical goods at Haner's. Eye glass c I: raided at Haner's. Spiering Q lartette, plat Nixon's. Net! and Nusbaum for bargains. Noil' and Nusbaum for bargains. Neil and Nusbaum for bargains. NeiF and Nusbaum for bargains. ' f Dr. W. A. Park for dentistry. tf Spectacles correctly fitted at Ha ner's. W. T. Allen returned last night from a business trip to Dayton. J. S. Zoller went to Cincinnati yes terday afternoon on business. Miss Nola Fox, of Greensfork, spent yesterday here with friends. Dr. W. A. Park left last night for Anderson for a short business trip. A new telephone booth for public use has Len installed in the Union station. John H. Peltz left for Columbus, O., last "night to attend the Tailors' convention. Webb lodge No. 24, F. & A. M., will have a meeting tonight. Instal lation of officers. Miss Bessie Wilcox, of New Paris, spent yesterday with Miss Marie Knollenberg. Miss Tossie Welch, of New Castle, is making a brief visit with Mr. and Mrs. G. K. Mitchell. The Occult Research society will meet tomorrow at the home of Mrs. Martha Haines, 228 south twelfth street. Mrs. J.Newton Tracy,of New Castle, formerly of this city,arrived last night for a visit with Mr. and Mrs. O. B. Fulghum, of south sixteenth street. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Hartley ar rived frc.-. Winchester yesterday evening to spend a week with M'ss Helen Wooters, of West Richmond. Don't forget the Dr. Madison M. Swadener lecture tomorrow evening at the Fifth Street M. E. church. Sub ject, "Qualities That Win." 19-2t T3pewriters, all makes, rented, sold. Rentals, $3 to " per month. Repairs and ribbons for all machines. Tyrell, W. U. Tel. office. 'Phone 26. ' Mrs. William H. Holland arrived last night from Hastings, Neb., to spend the next few weeks with Mr. and Mrs. Frank Morgan, of north seventeenth street. . Miss Anna, Burn, of Hamilton, who attended the Harrington-Luken wedding and who has since been a guest of Miss Henrietta Luken, re turned home yesterday. 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. Sudhoff, fifth and Main. LATEST BY WIRE. (By Associated Press.) Indianapolis, Ind., Jan. 20. At the Mine workers' convention a resolu tion, which is aimed at Ohio and Pennsylvania operators who run non union mines in West Virginia, pro- j hibited any state or district from sign- i ing the scale with such operators, was ' tabled. Also another to place all f earnings of the miners in excess of 33.50 per day in the general fund. (By Associated Press.) St. Louis, Mo., Jan. 20. Eight hundred hack and carriage drivers struck today for $12.50 per week, twelve hours a day and 25 cents an hour overtime. , & v - (By Associated Press.) Chicago, Jan. 20. Train service on the south side elevated road was par alyzed for nearly two hours by a storm today. Power had to be shut off to prevent injury to horses "and men below the tracks. , '.?-... 11 al erjsp EDITED BY MIHS CII A KLOTTB ' Ml'KICK - 4 i 4- OTikJ SOCIAL CALENDAR. Today. ' "' Ladies' Aid society of Christian church with Mrs. W. G. Burr, 36 south ninth street; election of officers. Lecture by Dr. Swadener at .Fifth street M. E. church. Wedding of Mr. Henry Pardieck and Miss Josephine Morel at 9 a. m. at 3t. Andrew's Catholic church. tVedding 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. Ladies' Guild at parish house of Episcopal ehurch. Thursday. Afternoon Social club with Mrs. M. Meagan, 406 north ninth street. Merry-Go-Round club with Mrs. Charles McGuire, 1118 north D street. 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. Woman's Relief Corp seventeenth anniversary celebration in G. A. R. hall. May Festival chorus rehearsal in I. OO. F. hall. Knights of Columbus dancing party at their club rooms. Friday. Ladies' Aid society of Grace M. E. church with Mrs. M. S. Marble, 913 north A street. Tourists with Miss Sarah E. Hill, 2037 Main street. -: 1. 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. Pardieck Morel. The wedding of Mr. Henry Pardieck and Miss Josephine Morel occurred at 9 o'clock this morning at St. An drew's church, Rev. Father Roell of ficiating. The bridal party, consisting of the groom and bridesmaid, his sister, Miss Anna Pardieck, a dainty flower girl, his niece, little Gertrude Pardieck, and the bride and groomsman, the bride's brother, Mr. Albert Morel, were preceded by the ushers, Mr. Ed ward Morel and Mr. Augustine Par dieck. The bride's gown was of silk mo hair and her veil of tulle. Her at- tendant was dressed in white wool, lace trimmed; she wore a black pic- ture hat and caried pink roses. The little flower girl wore a white mousse- line frock, with white bows, and car- j pression and true artistic interpreta ried the bride's large boquet of bride tions merited the hearty applause she roses. I received. The Lohrgrin wedding march was Especially entertaining were the played by Prof. Joseph M. Richter, solos, Serenade by Linder and Maz and the offertory was sung by the urka by Zarzychi, by Mr. Herman choir The wedding breakfast was served at the home of the bride's mother, Mrs. Josephine Morel, 223 Main street, only the immediate relatives attending, including the Misses Mary and Frances Vovenstol, of Hamilton, O., and Mr. Benjamin Pardieck, of Muncie. Mr. and Mrs. Pardieck left this aft ernoon for Cincinnati. After a short trip they will return to this city for residence. The members of the Sunday-school class taught by Miss Grace Knollen- berg, assisted by their parents, plan ned a successful surprise party for Miss Knollenberg, which was given last evening. Games and music fur nished the entertainment, and all spent a very happy evening. Those present were : Dene Aeler, Ella Drif meyer Elsie Berg, Florence Johnson, ' i ) 1 ill 1 In r $odial few. Ruby Reid, Russell Drifmeyer, Rob ert Stauber, Karl Wickemeyer, Hil ton Loving, Ezra Weidner, Karl Reid, Warren Baker, Clarence Berg, and v Messrs. and Mesdames Stauber, Wickemeyer, - Reid, Johnson, Scrug and Weidner. The Thursday evening Euchre club !iaa altered its program somewhat, in order to complete the circle of enter tainment before Lent. The meetings, If. ginning with this week, will occur every ten daj-s instead of every sec ond week, as previously. For this week, the meeting was held last night u:lh Miss Blanche Luken, 1725 Main street, instead of Thursdaj as prev iously announced. Pi'izes were won by Miss Mary McCarthy and Mr. John Harrington, and refreshments were served. The next meeting will be Thursday of next week with Miss Henrietta Luken, 114 south thirteenth street. The Tuesday Aftermath was de lightfully entertained yesterday aft ernoon at the home of Mrs. Frank Clark, 321 north eleventh street. The , pr0gram was not given as announced in the club calendar, but a very pleasing one was substituted. The poem of the Cid was read by Mrs. Edna Hieronimus, a paper on Cer vantes and Don Quioxte was given by Mrs. Hunt, and extracts from cur rent literature on Sewerage were read by Mrs. T. A. Mott. ' Th next meeting of the elub will be with Mrs. D. R. Ellabarger, 31 south fifteenth street. Schroeder Seeker. Last evening at 8 o'clock at the parsonage of St. John's Lutheran church, Rev. Feeger officiating, oc curred the marriage of Mr. August Schroeder and Miss Emma Seeker. After the wedding the newly married couple repaired to their home, 400 south eleventh street, where an ele gant wedding supper was served to the family and a few friends. They are among our best young people, and we offer congratulations. : .-.': The music-loving people of Rich- mond were certainly tendered a rare treat last evening in audience at the Spiering quartet, assisted by Sue Har rington Furbeck, contralto, at the ar tists' recital at the Gennett theater, under the auspices of the Richmond Musical club. Aside from laudable encomiums of the press the musical reputation of the Spiering quartet was well estab lished in Richmond, since its first ap- pearance here last June, when the Music Teachers' association was in session. Eaeh number of the highljr classical nrnorain woo nrticllxillxr the satisfaction of the delighted au- j dience. Mrs. Furbeck possesses a charming J contralto voice and her powers of ex- Diestel and Mr. Theodore Spiering. The program comraitte of the Musi cal club, consisting of Mesdames II. C. Downing, W. C. Bernhardt, Misses Mary E. Baer, Eunice Tracey and Nel lie Shaw, with the president, Mrs. Edward R. Beatty, are certainly to be congratulated upon their successful efforts in securing for the members of the club and musical Richmond such a commendable artists' recital as the Spiering qpartet, assisted by Sue Harrington Furbeck, furnished last evening. English Spavin Liniment removes all hard, soft or calloused lumps and demishes from horses, blood spavins, curbs, splints, sweeney, ring bone, ttifles, sprains, all swollen throats, coughs, etc. Save $50 by use of one bottle. Warranted the most wondef ful blemish cure ever known. Sold by A. G. Luken, druggist, Richmond, If MADE LABGEB TWO OR THREE NEW BUILD INGS BADLY NEEDED FOR PROPER CARE OF IN SANE. DR. S E. SMITH'S VIEWS On the Subject He Will Bring the Matter up Before the Medical Board This Afternoon. Dr. S. E. Smith, the medical super intendent of the Easthaven insane hospital went to Indianapolis thk morning to attend the meeting of the state board, which meets this after noon with Governor Durbin. hospitals, for the insane are crowded hospitals for the insane are rowded more than at any other period in their history, and Easthaven, being one of the very largest, is in a rather crowd- ed condition. So, at the meeting this afternoon, Dr. S. E. Smith will bring up this subject and some new build ings will probably be built. Two or three new large buildings are needed badly at the present time and Dr. Smith feels confident they may be built, although nothing definite in the matter is known now. MUSIC AL FESTIVAL MEETING OF THE EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE LAST NIGHT. CHICAGO SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA To Be One of the Features of the Fes tivalDate Will Likely be May 1. The executive committee of the Musical association bad a very profit- able meeting last night. It was de cided to bring here as a feature of the May Musical Festival the Chi cago Symphony orchestra, leaders in ' tlmt lino in fno pnnntrr Tliflv will also secure four of the best vocalists to be gotten in Chicago. They will be people of ability and real artists in their line. I TVia dntf fnr thf fpstivnl w.ns not definitely decided upon, but it will in all probability begin on May 1st. The festival will be held in the Col iseum. The musical festival is not a matter tor the association alone, but the peo - pie of the city and county and the surrounding towns should all take a special interest in and lend it a help ing hand in every possible way. It is the intention to make the May fes tival a permanent institution. The price of admission has not been decided, but it will be put at a figure that all can reach. There will be season tickets issued for the three performances two nights and one matinee. .WDUI Seen Running About in the Railroad Yards. This morning about 9 o'clock a wo- EASTHAVE MAY MYSTERIOUS THREE DAYS AND THE BIG EVERYTHING REDUCED WINTER CLEARANCE SALE WILL BE A THING OF THE PAST FOR ANOTHER YEAR. BRING IN A MEMO RANDUM OF ALL YOUR NEEDS Don not forget that the Model Department Store is the busiest place in the city of Richmond. We are doing more business every day and it shows that the people of Richmond and vicinity are still ready-to pay cash v for their goods and thus save their money antLnot pay the bad a'eeounts'of some of their neighbors which they do when they purchase of a Credit Store. Selling for cash as we do we turn 'VurstocE 'often .and are able" to"" save customers at least 10 per cent. A. , 4 ,1 Potatoes, Finest in the City ..................... p , 75c y, Granulated Sugar 19 lbsVfor $1.00 A SuSar 20 lbs. for $1.00 Light Extra C .21 lbs. for $1.00 Fancy Sugar Drip Syrup, a. Oe 2 Days Only, Wednesday and Thursday., Butchers Lard Pickled Pork fDry ' Salt Bacon Nice Sugar Cured Breakfast Bacon 3 3 lb Can Tomatoes In our Dry Goods and Clothing Department our Spring- Goods are coming and we must make room for them. Don't forget to attend our Ribbon Sale. We are selling Ribbons cheaper than any other store. Our No. 40, which is a good wide Ribbon, No. 1 stock, 10c per yard. Just received a fine line of Muslin Underwear and our White Goods Sale will take place in a few days. PREPARE AND WATCH FOR THE BARGAINS. Our Jackets, Suits, and Carpets are going for less than 50c on the dol lar. We have th em fixed in lots. Come take your choice. Yours jfor'iiiore business, MODI BEPAMII STORE Both Phones Home 1079 ; Central We still give the Green Trading S Prompt delivery. man was seen running about in the Pennsylvania yards, near the depot and the roundhouse. The woman's hair was disheveled and she was clad in an old wrapper, torn and covered with mud. After running around the yards for a while she climbed over the fence at the western end of the depot and walked rapidly up north E street. She fell several times. Her appearance caused a stir and a pa trolman later started after her, but no trace of her could be found. It was thought at first that she was an escaped inmate of Easthaven, but it was asertained that this was not so. It is not known who the woman is, nor what was her mental condition. HOW THE WEATHER MAP IS PREPARED. The Weather Bureau is now a high ly equipped organization under a Chief, Wilis L. Moore, the officer third in rank in the department. The country is covered with its stations. Its reports issued twice daity, have come to be looked for in every por tion of the United States by all the people, whose daily life is to a cer tain extent influenced by them, and the value of its work in the saving of life and shipping on the coasts by its predictions of storms and floods, as well as the saving to the crops through timely notice of sudden changes, .such as frosts, etc., is in calculable. The work which the people know best is the general forecast of the weather, which are conducted on the best obtainable system; forecasts which, though founded on an order of things as subject to lav.' as the courses of the stars, are far from hav ing vet reached the precision of as tronomical science, though the results obtained are unrivalled in their ex - cellence by those of any other nation. The preparation of the weather map involves the daily sounding of the heights of the aerial ocean above, si multaneously by observers all over the country, and the joining of these sounding stations on the ma) by con- J tour ii,ies which indicate the direc jtion Gf that great aerial ocean's flow. This direction cannot of course be de- termined with anything like the cer- ar "rucK lur- lunt ana Knocked nun tainty attainable in the deduction of down- His head and shoulders were the nath of a star, vet the result, severely cut and bruised and the man though still a probability only, is a was rendered unconscious, very useful one by which we all guide ! Motorman Page was driving the car our daily lives. Will it be greatly ,tLe tune of the ardent. The am l.ofo fnr. no if if i nvpr oniPrwiq. bulance was called and Mr. Hunt was and we come to the time when we know long in advance what the weath er will be, and this and many ether like uncertainties are wipd. it 1 rora the variety of our daily life? These general maps are prepared ir n the office at Washington, ftom des patches sent by local offices, and ike Bureau's use of the telegraph ser vice alone costs $300,000 psr arnum. It distributes in the sh.i ie of cards, maps, and publications neariv Ho .000, 000 pieces yearly, and in cases of special agricultural irdintries, paitic ularly susceptible to destruction, per lb. 10c per lb. 10c per lb. 11c per lb. 15c 25c Union. Black 241. tamps with each and every purehase. PERRY INT BADLY INJURED LAST NIGHT ON SHERIDAN STREET BY A FAIRVIEW STREET CAR His Head and Shoulders Bruised and Cut and Badly Injured Otherwise. Perry Hunt, an aged resident of this city, was very seriously injured yesterday afternoon about half past 4: o'clock. Mr. Hunt was run into by a Fair view car while standing near the Sheridan street bridge, knocked un conscious and dragged for a consid erable distance along the tracks. On account of the work going on at the long Pennsylvania railroad bridge, the trolley has been removed from under the Sheridan street bridge, and the Fairview cars, when passing under here, are compelled to get a good headway and then coast under until they come to the place where the trolley wire is suspended further on. - The ends of the wire are about fifty 1 f ee apart, and this compels the cars to coast very rapidly. The tracks turn just under the bridge, and the motormen can not see a person stand ing on the tracks at the other side of the bridge. Mr. Hunt was viewing the work on the Pennsylvania tracks when a Fair view car, coasting rapidly, whirled around the turn, and, before the mo- torman could apply the brakes, the i ? n r TT 1 1 . .... conveyed to his home. This morning he was resting a trifle easier, but, on account of the man's age and feeble 'o idilion, it will be a long time be fore he will be able to be out. ihrough changes in the weather special rvices have been established, nota bly for cotton, sugar, and rie. in the Soul hern States, and for fruit and wheat in California. From "The Scientific Work of the Government," by Prof. S. P. Langley, in the Janu ary Seribner's.