THE RICHMOND PALLADIUM AND SUN-TELEGRAM, 3IOXD AY, MARCH 2, 1903.
in collaboration have produced a Corset worthy
of its origin.
The single fact that they lace in
front makes them superior to all
other corsets. The principle of
construction is right right for
grace right for health right for
Your figure adapts itself with utmost ease to the graceful
lines of these marvelous corsets.
Mme. Flagg, the personal representative of the manufacturers, will be with
us ONLY during this week. Do not fail to take advantage of this rare opportunity
for the correct corseting of your figure.
TODAY AND TOMORROW, a handsomely finished, dainty, new style pocket
mirror, precisely intentioned for purse or portmanteau, will be presented to every
.woman visiting our corset department who investigates the merits of L'lrresistible
and the Gossard Corsets.
is now on full blast and we
want everyone who is think
ing of an incubator to come
in and let us show yon why
the PET ALUM A is the best.
Cor. 5th and Main.
DR. W.J. SMITH
.. DENTIST.. I
1103 Main Street. Ground floor
There is but one
Sold in Richmond. Don't be de
ceived by buying Coffee said to be
the same. The BEE HIVE BRAND
is a private brand of our own, and
sold only by us. 25c per pound.
Try FRANKLIN MILLS En
tire Wheat Flour.
JThe Hub Of The Body.
The crsran around which 11 the other organ
revolve, ana upon which they are largely Je
twndent or their welfare, is the stomach,
w ben the function of the Htomach become im
paired, the bowei and liver alo become de
ranged. To cure a dtse- of the atornach. llvej
. nr bowels tt a ) rent or fl baffle of rr. Cl1
we'J' t.yrup Pepain t your dmreisfa. 1 is
h yrempteat relief for cenitiptuon and 4-a-
Idealty, lines, finish, from the FRENCH virility,
strength and practicability from the AMERICAN two
nations naturally endowed for the production of this,
the most important garment of woman's wear. Five
years ago, one.hundred and fifty of these corsets were
imported and introduced in this country. Today three
large factories are scarcely able to supply the demand,
and the manufacturers of L'lrresistible and the Gos
sard corsets have come to be known as the largest
manufacturers of exclusively fine corsets in the world.
The story of their success is the evidence of the won
der of the corsets. We. want you to see and know of
this great invention.
A Girl's First Corset
largely governs her future figure, and forms a potent influence in the
matter of her health. Importance above price attaches to the se
lection of a corset which will obviate and correct the faults Induced
bv ordinary corsets. LOGIC COMPELS CONVICTION THAT SAFE
TY LIES IN A RIGHTLY CONSTRUCTED FRONT LACING COR
The manufacturers state that they do not build a corset to FIT
you. They build a corset YOU will fit. Not one figure to a hundred
is an absolutely perfect model, yet ninety and nine of them desire
to appear as such. If the corset is made to fit them, the ninety and
nine will appear to a disadvantage. If they yield, their figures to the
gently peusuasive lines of this perfect corset, the little imperfec
tions will bo overcome.
of Butterick Patterns
in choosing the coal we sell you,
is just "good judgment." We
know the needs of our customers
and buy accordingly. When you
order your coal supplies from us,
you are sure of getting exactly
what is right for your purpose
clean, clear-burning and long-lasting
H. C. BULLERDICK & SON,
529 S. 5th St Phone 1235.
uniformly recommend relia
ble Trust Companies as ex
ecutors and administratorsr
This institution is more re
liable, more prompt, more
accurate and more business
like than individuals in the
performance of such duties.
The making of your will is
one of the most important
things in life. Don't delay;
consult us at once
XSEE OUR SPRING LINE
THOSE BLAMED FDR
FIRE TO GO. FREE
Not Sufficient Evidence in
Reading, Pa., March 2. District at
torney Schaeffer has announced that
he would not bring prosecution against
Mrs. Harriet E. Monroe, of Washing
ton, D. C, and Deputy Factory Inspec
tor Harry McBechtel, of this city who
had been censured by the coroner's ju
ry and held partly responsible for th,e
terrible holocaust in Rhoad's's Opera
House, Boyertown, January 13, when
170 lives were lost. In his opinion he
cannot find sufficient evidence
against the two to secure a conviction.
The further the Egyptian archaeolo
gists go with their studies and inves
tigations the clearer it appears that
civilization in the land of the Phara
ohs is much more ancient than has
been generally supposed. It is now
certain that the great pyramids were
built at least 4,000 years before Christ,
and it is equally certain that those
mighty monuments attest an already
highly advanced civilization.
DR. A. B. PRICE
14 and 15 The Colonial. Phone 2281,
I INSURANCE, REAL ESTATE:
f LOANS, RENTS
W. H. Bradbury & Son
Rooms 1 and 3, W.stcott Blk g
Don't forget the.-
James Whilcorab Riley
At St. Paul's Parish House, Tuesday
Evening, March 3.
Admiaison 35 Cents.
lj- a-fir- yt?j
BLACK HAND METHOD
Opponent of Mayor McKee in
Municipal Brawl Gets
GIVES STRONG WARNING.
Logansport, Ind., Mar. 2. The at
tempt to oust Mayor McKee, of this
city by impeachment proceedings,
brought, it is alleged by the mayor's
political enemies, has resulted in a re
sort to the anonymous letter method
During one' of the recent sessions
of the council Councilman Fred Grov
er, one of the five councilmen who are
trying to oust the mayor, was publicly
threatened on the floor of the council.
Interference of police captain Graham
prevented an assault. Since then
Grover has been threatened several
times on the street and now goes
armed. The following letter was de
livered at his home by the postman
"This is a note of warning to you.
The part that you are taking in the
impeachment of Mayor George P. Mc
Kee is a little more than your former
friends can stand, who put you where
you are. For a young man aiming to
rise above a common laborer and suc
ceeding as you have done, taking the
plan you are taking is erroneous, and
will not be tolerated by the party.
Withdraw from preacher tactics in
the case by staying at home, except
ing on regular sessions of the council.
If you don't the Black Hand will sure
ly get you. Mind! Take Heed! Be-J
ware! You will have an opportunity
to regret it if you don't. We mean
business. You see there has been no
attempt to disguise the handwriting
in this letter. By. this you can judge
the outcome of your conduct if you
don't take warning. Beware, we say,
YOURS FOR BUSINESS."
The letter was turned over to th
police, who turned it over to the Fed
ON TRIAL TONIGHT.
McKee Will Face the Entire Council
Logansport, Ind., March 2 The ac
quittal of Mayor George P. McKee by
a "rump" council session last Thurs
day night, has gained him many
friends. He will, however, be tried by
the majority of the council tonight.
Though the action of the minority
faction is not legal, it has produced a
good effect on c'Mzens in general, and
it is probable ii will aid McKee in
getting the solid delegation from Cass
county to the Republican congression
al convention in Marion, March 12.
Only great activity on the part of the
Landis faction will aid McKee In get
ting all the delegates.
That there will be a fight at the pri
maries is a foregene conclusion. The
Landis crowd is already counting nos
es and is prepared to down McKee if
possible. Effort will be made to split
Cass county's delegation.
A LASTING EFFECT
This Evidence Should Prove Every
Claim Made for Doan's Kidney
Pills in Richmond.
Relief from the pains and aches of
a bad back is always welcome to ev
ery backache sufferer; but to cure a
lame, weak or aching back is what's
wanted. Cure it so it will stay cured.
It can be done. Here's the strongest
evidence to prove it:
Mrs. F. Heater, of 607 North Thir
teenth street, Richmond, Ind., says:
"My son while working one day
wrenched his back, and believing it
had affected his kidneys he got a box
of Doan's Kidney Pills from A. G. Lu
ken & Co's drug store. After taking
a few doses the plain disappeared and
he believes Doan's Kidney Pills a fine
remedy for backache."
For sale by all dealers. Price 50
cents. Foster-Milburn Co., Buffalo,
New York, Bole agents for the United
Remember the name Doan's and
take no other.
For American Ctttasena.
When the visitor approached the
diplomatic gallery of the senate cham
ber the doorkeeper informed him, says
a writer in the Philadelphia Ledger,
that the gallery was reserved for for
"It is, hey?' said the visitor. "Well.
I want to tell you right now that this
is a free country, and this is the sen
ate of the United States, and I de
mand admission in the name of Ameri
"Oh!" said the doorkeeper. "Why
didn't you say at first that you were
an American citizen? Just step around
to the second door from here. That
gallery is reserved for American citi
zens." With chest puffed up the stranger
betook himself to the door indicated
and was at once admitted to the pub
Only London ttnmor Gniinr,
All the best humor that exists in
our language is cockney humor. Chau
cer was a cockney. He had his house
close -to the abbey. Dickens was a
cockney, he said he could not think
without the London streets. The Lon
don taverns heard always the quaintest
convention, whether it was Ben Jon
son's at the Mermaid or Sam Johnson's
at the Cock. Even in our time It may
be noted that the most vital and genu
ine humor is still written about Lon
don. Illustrated London Jfews.
First Burglar Howd you happen to
break Into Smith's house last night?
Second Burglar I was going past there
yesterday, and I heard Mrs. Smith tell
in' some one that she waked up three
times the night before listenln' for a
burglar, but nobody com You know,
I npfr ltt to disappoint a woman!
Detroit Free Frees.
T. f. IUFFAIHS
Local Chapter Believes That
E. E. Lebo Would Make
Good State President.
AFFAIRS OF THE POST.
The Emoker held Satur- ;
day night was one of the
most successful affairs ev-:
er given by Post C. There
was about one hundred
members present, and ev-!
ery one seemed to t-ujoy the program.
The address of ex-National IYesldent, 1
Horace C. Starr, on "Inland Water
ways." was greatly appreciated, and we
believe that Mr. Starr delivered oue of
The talk given by Perry Freeman
was likewise thoroughly enjoyed.
The excellent lunch done great cred
it to our lunch committee, and shows
distinctly that Marion Shreeve is an
"artist" in the capacity of chairman
of that committee.
E. E. Lebo received the endorsement
of the Post, as candidate for state pres
ident at the convention to be held at
West Baden in May.
Michael O'Brien's speech placing Mr.
Lebo in nomination was done in Mich
ael's most clever style. It was a gem
in its line and showed the possibilities
of the clever handling of a good sub
ject. Post C.'s officers and members, who
so willingly worked for the success of
the smoker," feel highly elated at the I
appreciation shown by the member
ship. John B. Hegger, who did the receiv
ing, acquitted himself in fine style.
The success of an affair of this kind is
In a large part in the hands of the re
ception committee, and the way Mr.
Hegger made everybody feel at home,
and acquainted members with each
other, did him credit, and more than
ever showed the, post his value as a
worker and "prince of good fellows."
Leroy Brown, E. E. Lebo, John Min-
nicb, Jim Lewis, Ed. Findlay, Chas.
Pierson and other assistants of the
lunch committee chairman showed
they were the right fellows in the right
The regular meeting of the Post was
held early in the evening. The busi
ness, was confined to the nomination of
candidates for the various offices. The
following members were nominated to
be voted on at the regular election on
President J. M. Lewis, E. D. Find
lay. Vice President M. E. Shreeve, J. E.
Secretary and Treasurer M. L. Has-;
Librarian C. O. Tooker. J
Directors (3 to elect) L. E. Browne, ,
C. H. Pierson, C. H. Kramer, M. J.
O'Brien, Julian Thomas, C. W. Morgan.
In presenting the name of E. E. Le
bo to the state convention for the next
president of Indiana Division, Post C.
does so, believing they have a candi
date worthy of the support of the
posts of the state. While we feel we
are entitled to consideration at the
hands of the state, on account of our
being "a live member of the division,"
that fact alone would not have been
sufficient reason for coming into the
field with a candidate for state honors
at this time, had it not been we felt
we had a man to present who would
be valuable to the division as its pres
ident. It is casting no "bunch of violets,"
when we say that our candidate is one
of Post C.'s most popular members. He
is always ready to devote his time and
work to the interest of the Post, and
never shirks any duty imposed. He
has served three terms as post presi
dent, a deserved honor no one else has
had. , Elmer Lebo has the support of
every T. P. A. in Richmond, and as he
is widely and popularly known over
the state, we feel he will no doubt be
a strong candidate in the convention.
W. H. Q.
Grass Stains. Alcohol or molasses.
Blood Stains. Soak in cold soapsuds
to which a little kerosene has been
Fresh Paint. Try kerosene, vaseline
or machine oil; then wash with soap
and cold water.
Ink Stains. Dip into boiling water,
spread over a basin, rub well with
salts of sorrel; then rinse thoroughly.
Wine Stains. Sprinkle thickly with
salt while still wet. If dried wet with
boiling water, rub thoroughly with salt
and pour boiling water through.
Rust. Wet in cold water, spread on
the grass; then apply to each spot ordi
nary table salt wet with lemon juice.
As fast as it dries renew the applica
tion. As soon as the stain is removed
Indelible Ink. Soak in a solution of
j common salt; then wah with diluted
ammonia. Rinse well. Javelle water
and a solution of oxalic acid will also
remove Indelible ink. Rinsing must
follow Immediately and-thoroughly.
"Now, we must admit," began Wood
by Wise, "that woman is naturally
more hopeful than man"
"Yes," interrupted Maryat, "there"
my wife, for instance. Every time
that ahe's bought fish since we've beeu
married she has asked the dealer if
they wer fresh, hoping. I suppose,
thit forue dj hell eay "NV Faiia-
J dtJrhia Free.
Regarding the magnifying power of the lenses they will be fitted
right as over 6,000 pairs have been by us.
Chas. H. Haner, The Jeweler
F. H. Edmunds, Optician. 810 Main Street
Watch for Jewelry Bargaius in our Show Windows.
SALE THIS WEEK.
with one lb. of Tea at
with one lb. of Tea at
with one IS oz.
Can of A. & P.
at 50c a cjx.
with one lb. of Tea
50c a lb.
with one 2 oz.
bottle of A. &
P. Extract, best
made, at 25c.
with one 2 lb. pkg. of
A. & P. Crushed Oats
at 10c a pkg.
with one bottle of Courtney's
Worcestershire Sause at 12e
Old Phone S3 W.
Does to, friends cask,
it becaus for it
bother there It, you
you is tome' liave
to a up, tiousehold
be waJ and J aroods,
broke? for listen pianos.
Most you to wagons,
people to us. fcorses,
feel get What cows,
uncomfortable as we or j
when much have any '
in as to sort
that you eay of
condition. want. will personal
You Before interest security,
could you you you
help humiliate If , can
it yourself you torrow
if "by can from
you asking use us.
wished your some
RICHMOND LOAN CO.
Established 1895. Home Phone 1545. Room S, Colonial Building.
Cash Prices Talk
For This Week We Offer
Old Dutch Cleanser, 0 cans for -.. ...C5c
5 lb. Pail Family White Fish ...,45c
Bulk White Fish (good size) each 1c
C lbs. Fres-h Ground Buckwheat Flour and HO Stamps for ........30c
Home Made Sauer Kraut, per lb .." 5c
X-cello, 4 packages for 25c
18 lbs. Granulated. 19 lbs. A, or 20 lbs. C Sugar ....$1.00
23 lbs. Pride Richmond, WTiite Lily or Carpenter's Fancy Flour ......70c
i Our Favorite Succotash, 3 cans for
Regular Hams, per lb
! California Hams, per lb
Breakfast Bacon, per lb
Home Made Apple Butter, per lb.
S. & H. Trading Stamps.
Model Department Store,
11 S. 7th St. Interurban Station. Colonial BIdg.
New Phone 1838. Bell Phone 47R
Smith & Goodrich. Props.
We always sell glasses
that add to your looks rather
than detract from them. It
is our constant aim to sell
the latest style mountings,
and the best size and shape
lenses that are adapted to
with one lb. of Coffee
with one lb. of Coffee
with one lb. of Coffee
with one" pkg. of Fan
cy Rice at 10c.
with 2 pkgs. of A. & P. Wash
ing Powder at 5c a pkg.
New Phone 1215
BY YOUR OWN FIRESIDE
while enjoying your evening cigar
and preparing for your sweet and
peaceful slumber, a bottle of Rich
mond Export beer is a comforter, a
soother and a pleasure. It Is a bev
erage for the most refined palate, for
it is pure and delicious in flavor, be
sides being wholesome and Invigor
ating. Minck Brewing Co.
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