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THE 1C1CII3IOXD PALLADIUM AD SUN-TELEGRAM, FRIDAY, APRIL 24, 1003.
PAGE TEX. M sba VII AND SKIRTS We are having a heavy trade in this department and enjoying the recompense that occasionally fol lows intelligent and honest efforts. Such very low prices for such very elegant gar ments are very unusual. In this department you always find the predominating spirit to be "style" coupled with the extreme moderation of "price." All garments are graced with the merit of fine tailoring and fine materials.. A Perfect Fitting Gar ment Always Guaranteed. See us for that New Suit or Skirt Style, as well as lowest prices always prevail. SEVERAL JiRE KILLED Reports From Texas Say Cy clone Did Untold Damage. TOWNS WERE DESTROYED. The Home of Butterick Patterns Paris, Texas April 24. Lamar county, i! miles southeast of Pari.-, was .struck by a cyclone yesterday af ternoon which destroyed 23 houses and 2 churches. Considerable damase was done in the business section. W. R. Isbfdl was killed and several oth ers injured. According to meaner reports receiv ed here from Ennis, Texas, a storm in The neighborhood of Rice, 10 miles south of Ennis. killed three negroes and injured three white persons nam ed Reeves, late today. Several houses were blown away. The telephone connections south of here are lost and no communication can be hed tonight. "Tickle End" of Merry Widow Created Consternation in Cab Ohio.. April. 24. Miss SPECIAL SERVICES AT U, B. A. D. Craig Speaks of World's Convention. Marion. sie Cusic, a pretty Marion linotype op erator, claims to possess the champion 'Merry Widow" hat. Yesterday Miss Cusic visited Columbus. She return ed home on a late train. By tilting her head. Miss Cusic confesses, she was able to squeeze through the door of a cab, bui when she raised her head some of the trimmings on th3 upper d'ck, scraped against the roof. Fhe pave a nervous jerk to unloosen the Jo-1 to the eye of a "drummer." nen Miss Cusic was turning to bee the pardon of the unfortunate sales man, the "tickle-end" of the feather connected with the ear of another trav eling man. who gave a sudden bound and smashed one of the cab windows-. Finally Miss Cus-ic. who says she is not a bit ashamed of her "Merry Widow." removed half a dozen spikes from amouc the dirubbery and feathers and passed the hat to the driver, who car- outrigging of the creation, and in do-1 died it on the box the remainder of ing so jabbed one of the big quills in-! the trip. WOMEN WISH TO BE FREE OF MAN'S DESPOTISM St. Petersburg. April LM. A remark able woman's rights petition has been received by the Douma from the Mo hammedan women of Orenburg prov ince, demanding that the Mohamme dan Deputies take steps to free them from the despotism of their hushands. ness. become nurses, etc., and in Ara bia and other countries there have been noted women writers and poet esses. Now our husbands would for bid us even to study our own religion. ".Mohammedan Denuties. you are obliged to demand all rights for Mo und give them their share of the pri- i hanimedan women. If our status be 'U'L'tK trrnntoe hv the KniiH.rnr to flip 1 nor elnnyeit the ft:iv u ill eonte uhen the nu n, too. will become slaves, and then the whole Mohammedan world will perish.'' No action was taken on the petition. Mr. A. D. Craig who was a delegate to the World's Sunday School Con vention when it was held at London. England, will speak on his travels and give some points received at the Con vention next Sunday at 10:;;o a. m. at the First. Baptist church. All moth ers who have their infants' names on the Cradle roll and wish them bap tized, please bring them Sunday morning. All who desire to unite with the church an opportunity will be given. NUSBAUM. v!!eges grantea by the Lniperor to tue people. 'Although our holy religion," reads the petition, "declares us free, some of the Ignorant despots, our husbands, are oppressing us and force us slav ishly to submit to their caprices. Ac cording to the books of doctrine wo men have the right to learn, to travel, to pray in mosques, engage in busi- 2 MONEY 8 1 USE OUR MONEY f to ray your bills. We have plenty to loan at all times and will be glad to accommodate you. We loan on household goods, hors es. wagons and other personal property of value without remov- al. And you can have from one to twelve months to pay back y,ir loan in weekly or monthly payments to suit your salary. If you are in need of money till out this blank and mail it to us. Our acen: will call on ou. . tf Hate H Your full name iS Wife's fuil name Adure.-s. S'. and No g Amount Wanted YA Kind of security you have S . 3 Richmond Loan Co. g Room 17 Over Nusbaum's 721 Main St. g g Home Phone 1545. Richmond, Ind. 2 2 MONEY & ff If you are troubled with sick headach?. con ctipation. indigestion, offensive breath or anv disease arising trom stomach trouble, gvt a 5ic or SI bottle ot Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin. It is positively guarantee! to cure you. DIVORCED AND MARRIED." A marriage license was issued to day to John Alexander and Stella Col leurs. The application of the woman states she "was divorced April 20 of this year. That, was Monday of this week. The divorce was not secured in this county. Alexander was divorc ed from his former wife in June 190ti. Alexander is rather well known as house policeman -at the New Phillips theatre. " " her' NVeamny Little r5"ie's father had raised a full beard during a month's absence from borne. Upon his return he at tempted to kiss Margie as usual, but she wouldn't have it, "I don't kiss strange men." she said. "But you kiss your papa," he said. "Is it possible you don't know me?" "Yon're not my papa," replied Mar pie. "My papa is baldheaded on his tace." Chicago Nws. PALLADIUM WANT ADS PAY. Special tomorrow (Satur day) finest Carnations, 25c per dozen. Lee B. Nusbaum. Fish and Sleep. Aristotle, over 30o years B. C. laid it down that fish sleep, like other ani mals, and to an extent the old philoso pher was correct. Ttecent scientific experiments have shown that carp, dare, roach, tench, gudgeon and min nows among fresh water fishes sleep periodically, like many living terres trial creatures, and that of the marine fishes the bass, wrasse, dogfish, dory, conger and all the flat fish do the same. The salmon tribe, the goldfish, the pike and the angler fish rest periodically, but never really sleep, while with those fishes which actually sleep there is no preference for night over day for the purpose. Fishes have very little brain, so that there Is not much need for the recuperation in their case of cerebral energy that is to say, bodily rest without sleep will mostly suffice to make up for the resultant in fatigue of piscatorial activity. HASENBUCH' . Splendid Pari Payment Credit Plan .... We'll make the terms to suit your convenience. We'll give you the most generous treatment the most helpful service. This is positively the most liberal credit homefurnishing concern in the city none excepted. And we want to serve YOU. Genuine Chase Leather Couch rbiscoach wdue catdoee all our preriotts. efforts. Jnst oonsidcter the prtoe and bear in. mind th&tit la a massive couch made with, a saSUr oak frame beautifully carved made with full Btoel-srpring" construction -with the top deeply diamond tuft ed oTer oil tempered steel spring's and covered with genuine chase leather. IV a world "beater at the price. CORK-LINED REFRIGERATORS North Star Cork-L1ne& Refrigerators will save you 20 per cent on your Ice bill. The cork-lined North Star preserves the food In a wholesome and palatable condition. The Interior air circulation is perfect. Coolness and dryness are combined. The phosphor of a match is not affected. This phosphor test" proves perfect dryness in the interior. Results are what you want in a refrigerator, and the North Star, with its cork-lined walls, will positively give tie best. No gas nor odors of any kind are generated In the North Star. The interior is quickly and easily cleaned. Tiger Brand Brussels Rugs (or SI 2. SO These Rugs areall 9x12 feet size, the correct size for almost any room in your house. They are made of an extra fine quality of genuine Tapestry Brus sels, and come in twenty new and attractive patterns rugs that we know posi tively can not be equalled anywhere for lass than $18. Our price $12.50. $1.50 Cash; 50c a Week. s 2 Automatic Phones 1198-1199 Bell 190 BEE HIVE GROCERY 2 Automatic Phones 1198-1199 Bell 190 EXTRA SPECI A L EXTRA Saturday Only Fancy, Thin Skin, Sweet, Juicy, (Harts Toddy) Oranges. These arc fine. Per dozen . 23c Dressed Chickens & Turkeys Fresh Home Grown and Southern Vegetables ot all kinds Pine Apples, Lemons and Bananas BULK OLIVES, large crisp and fresh, OA per quart oJ Franklin Mills Entire Wheat Flour Just opened a fresh barrel of White, Fat Mackerel 1 SATURDAY GROCERY SPECIALS FANCY STRAWBERRIES Tennessee's . 20c per Qt. Green Peas Ripe Tomatoes Home Asparagus Young Carrotts String Beans Cucumbers String Beans New Potatoes Oyster Plant Young Beets Young Cabbage Caulillower NEW HOME MADE MAPLE SYRUP HOME-CURED MILD HAMS OLIVE OIL We are Headquarters. Imported or Do mestic in gallon, half gallon and quart cans. Best and purest only. JOHN M. EGGE1EYER Three Phones 4th and Main Sts. 3 Palladium Want Ads-Cent a Word Come in Niss Gun Metal, sSib V Tan and sJ- M I Patent Leather pf Feltman's Special Shoes For Men A Dollar Saved - A Dollar Made Over 2,500 Pair Sold in the Last Twelve Months. Feltman's Tramp Last Comes in All the Latest Styles Order By Mail Send is an order for onf pair of our FELT MAX SPECIAL 2.50 shoes. If, upon inspection, you decide from any reason that you do not want them, return them to us in a merchan table condition and wc will promptly refund your money. Everything is left to your own judgment. Crediting; us with ordinary intell'lKne, it is safe to say that we wouldn't, make such a liberal offer unless we know absolutely that please you. these shoes would and at the price we sell this great shoe it certainly be hooves the thinking men of Richmond to purchase this shoe when sold at this remark able low price. This Feltman Special comes in either High or Low shoes, guaranteed to give comfort, style and wear. When you come to our store call for the following numbers: No. 110. Gun Metal Oxford. No. 120. London Toe Pat Colt Oxford. No. 100. Narrow Toe Pat. Colt Oxford. No. 30. Box Calf Lace Shoe. No. 40 Feltman Special Patent Colt London Lace. Made over the famous ''straight last," single oak sole, exten sion ede. genuine Goodyear welt sewed. Creased patent colt vamp, dull mat top, high grade finish and workmanship. An elegant dress shoe for gentlemen. The price don't do it justice. It has the appearance of a $5.00 shoe. Price same as the others No. 100 Feltman Special New Pat ent Colt Blucher Oxfords, genuine Goodyear welt sewed. This shoe looks like a $5.00 shoe and wears as good as any $3.50 shoe. Strictly high grade dress shoes. Price No. 90. Tramp Last Box Calf Shoe. No. ,70. Narrow Toe Pat. Colt Lace Shoe. No. '40. London Toe Pat. Colt Lace Shoes.,' No. 80. Button, Pat. Colt Lace Shoes. No. 3C Feltman Special Box Calf Shoe, douhie oak solo, extension "dto, blucher cut lace. Extra choice plump stock. snuir. (If-odar welt .sewt-d. Xr tacks or Mitch to walk on; strictly all solid leather. Suitable for general purpose wear, and will out wear two pairs of ordinary work shoes. Price No. 110 Feltman Special Gun Metal Calf Oxford, single oak sole, blucher cut, genuine Goodyear welt sewed, velvet finish, tough as box calf, soft and pliable a3 vici kid. An every day and Sunday shoe combined. Hand some and wears as good as it looks. Price V HASSENBUSCH 505 and 507 Main St. Cluas. EL Fentanauni 724 Maifa St