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RICHMOND DAILY PALLADITJLl, MONDAY, JANUARY 25, 1904.
rcvr. V, The Richmond Palladium MONDAY, JANUARY 25, 190. THE WEATHER. Indiana: Snow; cold wave tonight Tuesday fair and colder. ZLOCAL ITEMS Optical goods at Haner's. Have yon tried Bridal Veil. Eye glass changed at Haner's. Dr. W. A. Park for dentistry. tf It is delicious, Bridal Veil Mush. Mrs. W. S. Hiser's shothand school. Spectacles correctly fitted at Ha ner's. Ask your grocer for Bridal Veil Mush. II. J. Haues spent Sunday in Indi anapolis. L. C. King spent Saturday in Indi anapolis on business. S. C. Whitest!! spent yesterday with relatives in Hagerstown. Miss Emma Huff spent Saturday with relatives in Fountain City. All kinds of job printing is done ai Ihe Palladium office. Call and get prices. This is the last week of Neff & Nusbanm's big consolidation cut price sale. mon-wed-fri Mr. and Mrs. Burton J. Westcott will spend a few weeks in Hot Springs, Ark. . George Sohr left Saturday evening for Greenville, O., to spend Sunday with relatives. The ladies of Fifth Street M. E. church will give a pie social on the evening of the 2Gth. 23-3t Carl Stigleman left Saturday after noon for Dayton where he spent yes terday with relatives. Mr. Wilson of Pittsburg, is visiting his father, J. W. Wilson and family of south thirteenth street. Richmond lodge of Masons will have work tomorrow night in the master's degree. Two candidates. Read what the Boston Store is do-ins- on eloth coats and suits. It has never been done before in Richmond. J. Deo. Tillman., of north sixth street, spent Saturday evening in Muno-ie with M:s Sullivan, of that place. , The Woman's TMief Corps will give a bean sup1 o.t the Grand Army hall tomorrov,- evening from 5 o'clock to S. """ This" is the Iast.x av-V ofVNeff & Nusbaum's big consolid::-Jon cut price sale. mon-wed-fri We woidd rather count the money than invoice the cloaks and suits. That is our reason for doing it. Bos ton Store ad. today. It is the last call on cloaks. The , story is short. It will be sufficient, however, to do effective work. Bos ton Store ad. today. Typewriters, all makes, rented, sold. Rentals, $3 to $5 per month. Repairs and ribbons for all machines. Tyrell, W. U. Tel. office. 'Phone 26. It has been the greatest cloak and suit season we have ever known. The finish will have no parallel in cloak selling history. Boston Store ad. to day. Mrs. Olive B. Conley, 30 north eleventh street, will spend the remain ing weeks of winter and early spring in the south, anticipating improved health. The Woman's Relief Corns will give a bean supper at the Grand Army hall tomorrow evening from 5 o'clock to 8. Quite a number of teachers called at Superintendent Jordan's office at the court house to examine the s chool work to be sent to the St. Louis expo sition. The Woman's Relief Corps will give a beau supper at the Grand Army hall tomorrow evening from 5 o'clock to 8. 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. Two of the victims of falls, which have been frequent in the past few weeks, are slowly improving: Mrs. Elisha Hirst, 217 north eighth street, who sustained a severe strain of the left arm about two weeks ago, and Miss Mary Wilcox, 23 north eleventh street, who fell last Tuesday causing a compound fracture of the right el bow. One lot Coat in sin 1 sixes, 32 and 3 o he oflered at tlie ridiculous price of 48c cacli during Knollcnberg's Clearance Sale. eroiial m EDITED BY MISS CHARLOTTE MY KICK is ore SOCIAL CALENDAR. Today. Ticknor club with Miss Elizabeth Strickland, 31 north eleventh street. Magazine club with Mrs. Charles Land, 70 south eighteenth street. Silver reception by ladies of Grace Methodist church at the home of Mrs. George. Miller, 110 north tenth street, between the hours of 2:30 and 5. Informal party by Mrs. W. A. Sam ple, 25 north thirteenth street, for guest Miss Taggart, of Indianapolis. Young Ladies' Aid society in the Christian church parlors. The San Souci club with Miss Mae Presbaugh, north fourteenth street. Tuesday. Tuesday Aftermath with Mrs. D. R. Ellabarger, 31 south fifteenth street. ., Tuesday card club with Mrs. Wal ter Paul us., 151S north A street. Woman's Relief Corps bean supper in G. A. R. hall. Entertainment by , Young Men's club at Second Presbj'terian church. "Wednesday. Penny club with Mrs. A. M. Duf fee, 214 north fifth street. Ladies Aid society of Christian church with president, Mrs. William G. Burr, 3G south ninth street. Wednesday society of First Pres byterian church with Mrs. Fred Mil ler, 24 north tenth street. Duplicate Whist 1 club with Mrs. William H. Campbell, 410 north fif teenth street. Thursday. Occult Research club with Mrs. J. B. Rush, 325 north eighteenth street. Afternoon Social club with Mrs. J. H. Shofer, 48 south seventh street. Thursday Thimble club with-Mrs. T. C. Harrington, Wayne flats. Merry-Go-Round with Mrs. Milo Ferrell, 33 south eleventh street. Thursday Afternoon Whist club with the Misses Hill, 123 south thir teenth street. Thursday Evening Euchre club with Miss Henrietta Luken, 114 south thir teenth street. Grand Army of the Republic and Woman's Relief Corps social in G. A. P. hall. Friday. Athenaea with Mrs. Frank Collin, 108 south fifteenth street. Woman's Missionary society of the United Presbyterian church with Mrs. George Ballinger, south seventeentb street. ' Card party and social by St. Vin cent de Paul society in St. Mary's school hall. Musical under auspices of Young Ladies' club in Dublin. Thimble -narty by Mrs. L. H. Bur. yan, 32 north twelfth street, assisted by Mrs. W. B. G. Ewing. Social by Chistian Union at home of Dr. S. R. Lyons, 1050 north 1 street. Saturday. Saturday Cinch club with Mr. and Mrs. Charles 1). Slifer, 217 north thirteenth street. Mr. and Mrs. Peter Hudson enter tained an informal party of ten young girls, last evening, at their home, 123S Main street, for their daughter, Opal, who expects to go to Indianapo lis this week to begin studies at Tu dor Hall. About twenty, of the ladies who have been associated with Mrs. Ruth Dudley in the north A street Friends' society, gave a surprise party for her last iia uUfv;:n .:T . ? 313 north fourteenth ft root. The oc casion was Mrs. Dudley's eighty first birthday anniversary. Several of iho ladies gave some entertaining read ings, and a number of guessing games were played, followed by a two course luncheon served at half after four o'clock. It was a most delightful af ternoon for all. A party of twenty neighbors and friends surprised Mrs. E. K. Shera, 114 north fourteenth street, Saturday evening, in celebration of her birth day anniversary, which occurred yes terday. "The evening was a most hap py one for all. Flinch was the prin cipal game played, and was .followed by refreshments prepared by the guests. The Nomads met Saturday with Mrs. J. W. Corwiu, 124 east Main street, instead of with Miss Pearl Green, as announced by the annual calendar. Mendelssohn was the meet- - if- 5- ocial ing's topic, and some excellent ar ticles and discussions were given by the Miss Carolyn Salter, Miss Eliza beth Williams and Mrs. J. W. Cor- win. Weber is the subject for the next meeting, which will be held with Miss Jean Dunlop, 34 north ninth street. Miss Edythe Nordyke, of 112 north eighteenth street, was most agree ably surprised last Friday evening by twenty of her friends masked in unique costumes. The guests enjoyed a delightful evening. Refreshments were served by Mesdames Henrj' Menke and L. Mary Smith. Those present were: Mesdames. Ed. Dozier Mark Schisler, Henry Menke, L. Mary Smith and the Misses Jesse Dozier, i Myrtle Menke, Nellie Menke, Clara Fossenkemper, Gertrude Meyer, Clara Steins, Mary McGreevy, Bertha Bun ger, Rena Pitts, Sophia Studt, Eliza beth Studt, Katharine Hawekotte, Vera Smith, Maud Leftwich, Bertha Gaines and Clara Basse. The History club carried out its regular program at the meeting held Saturday afternoon with Mrs. Oliver T. Knode, 42 south eighth street. The study of Holland was continued, Mrs. Anna Doughty discussing the historv from 1815 to 1S9S. and Miss Hettie Elliott giving an excellent talk on the great Reumbrandt. Mrs. Ivnode ad ded several delightful musical num bers, both vocal and piano solos, to the already interesting program. The next meeting of the club will be with Mrs. Phoebe Stevens, 1017 north A street. Mrs. Frank Parker has returned home after a visit with her mother, Mrs. Lupner, of Cincinnati. Mrs. Parker formerly had an art studio in that city. Mr. and Mrs. L. J. Scudder have re turned to their home near Columbus Ind., after a week's visit with their daughter, Mrs. D. R. Ellabarger, 31 j south fifteenth street. Mrs. Walter Coale left Saturday evening for Indianapolis to spend a couple of weeks with relatives. Mrs. Sol Meyer and son of Indi anapolis arrived Saturday evening on a visit with Mrs. L. Meyer of south eleventh street. W. Allen arrived from Chicago Saturday evening to spend a few days with Rev. and Mrs. M. E. Nethercut of south fourteenth street. Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Strome, of south eleventh street, and Miss Olive Mc Neilly left Saturday evening for Tor onto, Canada, where they will spent the winter with' relatives. Mr. and Mrs. W. N. Tallant of Cincinnati, were here Saturday even ing en route from Indianapolis to Cin cinnati. GRAIN MARKET. Chicago, Jan. 25. Wheat S9 3-Sc; May corn 45 3-Se; oats, 30 l-4c. WANTED A small girl at Mrs. W. W. Rattray's, 412 north eleventh. NEXT TUESDAY The contract will be let for cutting Bunress's hill. THE LABOR AGITATOR. fiome of the QnnlMif.i He Mnt Fam kfso to 1J Suooesnf ill. Strikes contribute but slightly to the equipment of the successful labor agi-, tator. TLe agitator must bo thorough ly acquainted with the history of the labor movement and be capable of pre senting its aims and aspirations in an attractive and convincing manner. lie must possess the ability to think rapid ly and to express his views and opin ions clearly and forcibly. But, withal, he must inspire those whom he would lead with absolute faith in his honesty. The agitator isn't always an advocate of strikes. He has sometimes to exert his influence to prevent a strike which his judgment tells him would be un wise. It may sound like mixing terms to say so, but it is a truth that the most diflicult tasks performed by the labor agitators are their "agitations" in the interest of peace, their efforts to prevent strikes. The man who is al ways in favor of a strike as soon as one is suggested or who is constantly on the search for a casus" belli soon finds his influence as a leader gone. "The Story of a Labor Agitator," by Joseph II. Duchanan. $100,TO LOSS By Firftto Traction & Termi nal Co. at Indianapolis . Indianapolis, Ind., Jan. 25. Fire destroyed the ear barns of the Trac tion and ierminal company, burning twenty-six cars. Loss, $100,000. dTmd Lectures in High School Chapel Tnis Morning. This morning at high school hall Dr. C. S. Bond delivered a most in teresting and instructive lecture on what might once have been called the germ theory of disease. It is no longer a theory, however, but an es tablished fact now that the greater number of diseases common to man are the result of becoming inoculated by bacilli. k This lecture was especially appro priate, in that it was listened to by an audience of young people who are just forming views of their own upon various things. , The lecture was illustrated by a number of stereopticon views, the re sult of Dr. Bond's own original work. The lecture was highly appreciated by all who heard it. These lectures, delivered in Rich mond from time to time, are land marks in educational circles and should be taken advantage of by all who are interested n the educational progress of our city. It is hoped that a special effort will be made on the part of all to hear Dr. Royee Feb. 4th. CAIDpES- Richmond is the Pivotal Point Now. Two weeks from today is the day set apart by the powers that be for the Republican primary election. A? the time draws near the interest cen ters in this city. The candidates have about finished up in the country and are visiting the factories here every day. They are all' glad that the con test is so nearly ended. COURT HOUSE Only a Few Items Picked Up There Today. A. M. Gardner filed the suit of Catherine A. Brokamp vs. William T. Gaines and Nide D. Milton, for pos session of real estate. , Louis Mowshall and Mary Etta Pibke, Richmond, have been licensed to marry. The township trustees are at the court house today receiving their al lowances. WASHINGTON'S POSTMASTER. (By Associated Press.) Washington, D. C, Jan. 25. The President sent to the senate today the nomination of Edward C. Faith to be postmaster at Washington, Ind. riRE AT NILES, OHIO. Niles, 0.t Jan. 25. Fire destroyed the Harzell block. Loss $75,000. SEVERAL REPORTED KILLED (By Associated Press.) Memphis, Tenn., Jan. 25. Several are reported killed in a wrek on a north-bound Illinois Central train, near Gales, Tenn. BREAK IN MAY WHEAT. Cbicago, Jan. 25. The selling of approximately 1,500,000 bushels of wheat today by tbe Armours caused a break of 3 cents in May wheat. BROKERAGE FIRM FAILS. Baltimore, Md., Jan. 25. The Brokerage and Banking firm of E. N. Morrison failed today. DEATHS AND FUNERALS. Veregge. Everet Veregge, the in fant son of Mr. and Mrs. Louis Vereg ge, died Saturday evening at their home, 1228 Sheridan street. The re mains were takn "to" Fountain City this afternoon for services and bur ial. ' Richey. -David M. Richey died this morning at his home, 24 north thir teenth street, at the age of 70 years. Who was your grandfather of 1C00 Tears ago? We know how to trace four foreparents back, perhaps far jeyond the origin of jour family lame. Please enclose a stamp for eply when you write, for we work sheap. Address Samuel B. Huddles on, Dublin, Lad. . CAMBRIDGE CITY Mr. and Mrs. Byra Boyd have re turned home from their trip to New Mexico. Mrs. David Ball was the guest of her daughter in Richmond over Sun day. Mrs.' II B. Miller attended a leap, year party given by the ladies of the Elks at Richmond Friday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Sylva, of Con nersville, were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. W. II. Trussler, of Dublin, over Sunday. F. C. Mosbaugh was greeting friends in Richmond Saturday. Charles Hess attended the show, "'Way Down East," at Richmond Saturday evening. Mrs. John Kepler and daughter, Miss Mabel, were the guests of relatives- near Pleasant Hill over Sun day. Miss Susie Freeman took dinner with Alice McCoffrey Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Hess, of East Ger mantown, entertained the following at dinner Sunday: Mr. and Mrs. Claude Dill, of Indianapolis; Mr. and Mrs. Dr. Elile and Mr. and Mrs. Gipe. Alex. MeWhinney and Miss Ger trude McWhinney, of Centerville, were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. O. E. White., Sunday. Misses Nell Swain and Leo Floyd, of Dublin, were calling on friends here Saturday. Joseph Moriarty's baby daughter died Saturday night of lung fever. Mrs. David l.owney is slowly im proving. (Ina Vanausdal. of Straughn's, was the guest of relatives here Sat- I urdav. Mr. Boxley, who has been working for M. G. Kreusch for the past two weeks, spent Sunday with his par ents in Noblesville. Henry Bertsfield and son and daughter, Mrs. Benjamins, of Indian apolis, called on Fred Bertsfield at St. Stephen's hospital, in Richmond, Sunday. George Doll, sr., is building a new sprinkling wagon for the town. (By Associated Press.) Parkersburg, W. Va., Jan. 25. The business part of the town is under water up to third street. . The resi dence portion is also invaded. Pub lic buildings are used to shelter the homeless. The B. & O. river division north is carrying no traffic. The river will soon begin falling. Chicago, Jan. 25. The temperature throughout the northwest is low to day, it being 15 below zero here, 38 at Bismarck and 30 at St. Paul. One lot of children's Coats in various sizes, an exceptional bargain, S1.98 eacli duriug this last week of our clear mice sate. The Geo. XI. Kuollcuberg Co. Fancy apples from 50 cents up at 1020 Main. 'Phone 523. One lot machine made TorclionLace. 1 1-2 inch tf 4 inches wide, just the tiling lr spring sewing, to g at 5? per yd, -oine worth douhle the price. Kuollenberjj's 2tore. REPORT OF THE CONDITION OP THE SECOND NATIONAL BANK At Klclimoun, In the State of Indiana, at the close ol busl ness, January 22, 1L04. RESOURCES. Toans and Discounts $7I5,lr0 68 Overdrafts, secured and unsecured i5,: i 1 U.S. Bonds to secure circulation 150.00U 00 Stocks, Securities, etc 2i0,0i oi Banking-house 10,000 00 Due from National Banks not reserve agents 3t,t7'. 13 Due from state banks and bankers 2:2,728 48 Due from approved reserved agents &S2.J5U 70 Cheeks and other ca;-h items. . . liO ) Notes of other National banks.. o,000 00 Fractional Paper Currency, nickels and cents 11151 lawful money reserve in bank, viz: Specie, $137,700 oo ( x. 700 oo Legal tender notes. . $166,000 00 tw w Redemption fund, with U. S. Treasurer 5 per cent of circu lation 7,500 00 Total $ ,097,730 77 LIABILITIES. - Capital Stock paid In. $ 150,000 00 Surplus fund li.0,000 00 Undivided profits less expenses and taxes paid 18,495 74 National bank notes outsta nding li?,500 00 Due to other National banks 188 06 Due to state banks and bankei s. 6,650 99 Individual deposits subject to jpcheck 1,608,214 09 1K,75 89 Total.. $2,097,730 77 State of Indiana, county of Wayne, ss.: I, Samuel W. Gaar, cashier of the above named bunk, do solemnly swear that the above statement is true to thebestofmy knowledge and belief. SAM U EL W. GAAR, Cashier. Subscribed and sworn to before me this 23th day of January, 1jo4. EVERETT R. LEMON, Correct Attest: Notary Public, JOHN B DOITOAN, C.W.ELMER, Directors. HOWARD CAMPBELL, THE WEATHER o Q O m CD w m 02 D CO c3 LlJ CO o DC CO o CO CO CO o ui S 0 O H 111 oq 7Z3 i i