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-AOIJ EIGHT. YOU SHOULD CAT ELK BUTTER CRACKERS YOU SHOULD CAT ELK SUTTER CRACKERS YOU SHOULD EAT ELK SUTTER CRACKERS You should Eat Elk Butter Cracker. You Should Eat Elk Butter Crackora, You Should Eat Elk Butter Crackers. You Should Eat Elk Butter Crackers. YOU SHOULD EAT ELK BUTTER CRACKERS YOU SHOULD EAT ELK BUTTER CRACKERS YOU SHOULD EAT ELK BUTTER CRACKERS A SALTED TOP BUTTER CRACKER POUND AT POPULAR GROCERS. ESPECIALLY LIKED BY PEOPLE WHO DEMAND THE BEST. REFUSE ALL SUBSTITUTES. ELK CRACKERS ARE MADE BY1 RICHMOND' BAKING COMPANY. 7' You Should Eat Elk Butter Crackora. You Should Eat Elk Butter Crackora. You Should Eat Elk Butter Crackora. You Should Eat Elk Butter Crackora. Eoys, o Yoe Waimtt to Eam.Moiniey? A little energy and a little spot of ground will yield good returns. Come and see mo about onion sate. Ladies Do you want to beautify the lawnf Now la the time to secure flower bulbs Caladiums, dahlias, gladiolaa, cannas, tuberoses, etc Call at the seed store. Play Pcol al His Murray You will never be able to appreciate a game of Pool or Billiards as you should unless you play on the new Tables at the Dirray Pcol end DiUIcitf Ddl New Lace and Swiss Jabots, neatly trimmed 25c to $1.50 each Dainty Ascots Stocks embroidered in beautiful colors --25c to 50c each Fine Swiss Dutch Collars with fine eyelet work 25c to 50c each Pretfy Venise Lace, Dutch Collars, Baby Irish pattern -?5c to $1 .50 each Real Irish Crochet Dutch Collarsgood patterns $1.25 to $3.50 each New Neckwear arriving daily; always pleased to show you through. Tilts G. H KNOLLENBERG CO. - 911 MAIN ST. PHONE 2191. 10TH AND MAIN. TT H E I ND I A N Vw Prtaetala Raaa ImU sivra atar pnrer, wear loa rm UUM kaa m ml elatek aaa mmt a maacaaut. i the Always LZorc Power Always Better Quality IMH.P. Chain DH? HjF. Cart DTSTJ-T 5l2- w WAKING & COMPANY 406 Main StraoL Richmond, Ind. Mi?o. C. A. E5n(2lhiinni has just received an entirely new line of the latest trim med hats to be sold at lowest prices. Sic Store Rijht at Uznt In Witt Richmond whoro wall droaaod women will find aheoe, dainty In dsslgn, perfection In etyle and fit, aa wall as tho acme of com. fort and good wear, at money ssv Ing prices. r.:ount9s Shoe Store Cor. Wi First and Richmond Ave. Wast Richmond. OUR Moving Vans and our moving helpers will serve you 'best when you want to move. Chcs. Zuttermeister 264 FORT WAYNE AVENUE. PHONE 3481. Jnmt maw wo ara aavattaa? (niMmUt ottaattoa o the amaklac af larva Cirtralta to Baale clarlav Taaae p.Hratta eaatata taa sreatcat Iltlaa kMm a ataaera fktttfMfkr ava aaltaU. either far a- laravareat. fraaa ala artat. ar fram alraet alttlaaa fraam Ufa. Saeetally law rate darta taa aa lag aaanta. . . . . . , ; . IF. J. IPAEfcSOlMjSe Pfcctcjrcpher TS4 KAIIT ST. will profit by using our superior makes of Cements and . Roofing. A. IKIARSH: Ccsl cd S;?Iy Co. There's a Reason. Phone 2194. Wfccn We Did We bid right. All klnde carpenter work from odd Jobs to homo build ing, v F.t Fa COMPANY Caiaatra mmM Cantraetera, Ha m a. eta atraec Either extreme In style or moder ateJust the way you want it. Izperisl Tailoring Co. Room 4, Over Conkey Drug Store. 90V2 Main St. POST CAHDS ARE POPULAR Bat aar POST CARD FHOTOS an till aaara aaaalar. S FOB. Olh CENTURY STUDIO 2v SIS MAIN ST. Fit Style. Exclusive Patterns. Best Woolens Is what you get whan you havo a suit made here. OTTO MEEIMS, (Above Neff aV Nusbaum'a 7th and Main Sts.) HENRY F. KAMPE, Harpist. Teacher of Stringed Instruments. Studio Cor. 9th 6 Main Sts. Fire and Accident Ins. Dealer in Fox Visible Typewriters. Collections. R. L. More KLENZ0NA cleanses kid gloves, Silk Mitts, Velvets, Felt hats, ruchings, veilings, chiffons, silk, cotton and woolen .goods without injury to color or fabric. PRICE 50 CENTS. rASHIOICABUa LiDIES TAILORING. SUITS) U COXOKIAI. BOTIiDOTO. Li y H A LOW PMCCO CAA s:?n Etod d-Cyilii&F Tonrinfl Car 8CS5 complete with top, wind shield and speedometer, also built aa Roadster. Tho "Ford" Car la made of Vanadium steel throughout. Every detail of Ita oonatruetlon represents yea re of experiment and study; every doubt ful element haa been discarded. Well gladly show you this car and give you a demonstration. , . C10 tZzOn CaTCCt SL-S mmi od. Automobiles. . Supplies. . Repairing. GARAGE PHONE 4121. Agents for tho Ford, Rao, Marmon, Premier and Thomaa Flyer. Ace 1111 M RJeeail M IEIellp? .... ..Do yen rave much trouble In sssarlng first elass servants? There are many fass::Us that have, but they havo found a remedy In Palladium Want ' Ads. They seat yea only 1o par word and yea ara aura af returns. Tele- Fcrcltcre nepdrina To retain tho new appearance of couches, davenports, etc, the web bing underneath ehould be .kept in order. We do it at litte coat. Es timates cheerfully given on all re pair work. . J. C Russell ' Upholsterer 14 SOUTH 7TH STREET. Kw Ah 17S3. at avttaMa Maaaaaeat far aaHakle ataac. HVa arc at all tla vmt ta aaaaalt aac rial witaaat caat ta jratb Dlc&sesdl UcecUl Co." SS NORTH EIGHTH ST. JORDAN. CcLIARUS zzi CURCDADO Faacral PUfetara, ., raaae S17S. 4msa Aaiaalaaca. . - UaSialae rariara, 1 ISM Mate St BlehtMaa. DATTLE Sni? CC7FEE A Splendid Coffee in two grades, 20 and 25 cents. Every home in West Richmond should try this ex ceptional good blend. It's found at UTTLE & C3SUELL GROCERS Cor, W. 3rd St. and Richmond Ave. Phone 3115. THE BEVERAGE of Every Household should be the Phoe nix blend of coffee, the best 25c Coffee in Richmond, and for sale only at Corner Mnln end ltd Sts. PKooe 134S Services in Richmond Churches Sunday St. Mary's Catholic Masses . every Sunday at 6:00, 8:00 and 9:00 o'clock a. m. and High Mass and sermons at 10:30 a. m.; Vespers and benediction every Sunday at 3 p. m. Rev. J. F. Mattlngly, rector. Rev. Jas. M. Shea, assistant. St. - Andrew's - Catholio Fifth and South C atreets. Mass at 7:30; High Mass at 9:45; Vespers, sermonette and benediction at 3 o'clock. Rev. Frank A. Roell, rector; Rev. M H. Weiland. assistant Second Presbyterian Corner Nine teenth and C streets. Rev. Thos. C McNary, pastor. Residence 28 South Twentieth street. Morning service will consist of the ordination and in stallation of the newly elected elders and deacons. Membership especially urged to be present. Evening service will consist of a report by the pastor of the Layman's Missionary conven tion Just held at Indianapolis. C. E, 6:45; Sunday school 9:15; Bible class study and prayer and praise meeting Thursday, 7:30. Esrlham Heights Sunday school 2:15; Christian Endeavor 7:30. Universalist Masonic Temple. Rev, u. tr. j ones wui preach at 3:30 p. m. Also will give an address at Sunday School association in the Boston church at 7 p. m. First Presbyterian. Thomas J. Gra ham, pastor. Bible school 9:15 a. m., Mr. R. B. Nicholson, superintendent; public worship 10:30 a. m. Preaching, by the pastor. Subject: "Tho First Day of the Week." Vespers 5 to 6 p. m. A brief late afternoon service of praise, prayer and preaching to which the public is cordially invited. Prayer meeting Thursday 7:30 p. m. Reld Memorial Corner Eleventh and North A streets. Rev. 6. R. Ly ons, Pastor. Preaching by the pastor. 10:30 a. m. and 7:30 p. m. Mornlna service, Communion. Sabbath School. 9:15 a. m. Christian Union, 6:45 p. m. West Richmond ' FiHends-Serrlces i held at Earlham cotfege. Bible school at 9 a. m.. Prof. E. P. Trueblood. su perintendent. Meeting for worship at 10:30, sermon by Prof. RusselL Pray er meeting Wednesday evening at .7:30. Ladies Aid society meets Tues day p. m. AU interested are cordially Invited to every service. First Church of Christ Scientist. Masonic Temple. Sunday services 10:45 a. m. Subject: "Doctrine of Atonement" Wednesday evening ex perience meeting 7:45 p. m. Public invited. Reading room No. 10 North Tenth street, open to the public daily except Sunday 9 a. m. to 12 noon, 1:30 p. m. to 5 p. nif r. First Baptist H. Robert Smith, pastor. Morning worship at 10:40 a. m. and evening worship at 7:30 p. m., the pastor speaking at both hours. Sunday school at 9:15 a. m.; B. Y. P. U. at 6:30 p. m. Second English Lutheran Corner Pearl and Third streets. E. Minter, acting pastor.. Preaching and divine worship at 10:30 a. m. and 7:30 p. m. Sunday school at '9: 15 a. m. General invitation to attend all these services. , St Paul's Ev. Lutheran. C. Huber, pastor. Sunday school at. 9; German services at 10:30. The pastor will report from , the Indianapolis conven tion. Young People's meeting at 6:30. At the . evening service, Rev. E. C. Dinwiddle, chairman of the permanent committee on. temperance of the gen eral synod, will speak bn his line of work. Services at 7. All are invit ed. Salvation Army Rhoda , Temple, 515 North A street 'Capt and Mrs. Deuter officers In charge of local corps. : Services ; Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday at 8 p.. m, Sunday 7:30 p. m. Sunday school 10:30 a. ' m. Offlcera reeidaace 119 South 8econd street -:. t First Christian Corner of Tenth and South A streets. Samuel W. Traum, pastor. Bible school 9:05 a. m. ; Junior and Intermediate Endeav or, 2 p. m.; Senior Endeavor. 6:30 p. m.; preaching by pastor 10:30 a. m. and 7:30 p. m. A detailed report will be given of the Laymen's Missionary convention Just held at Indianapolis. Grace M. E Corner Tenth and North A streets. Arthur Cates. pastor. Sunday school 9:15 a. m.: Epworth League 6:30 p. m.: preaching services 10:30 and 7:30. The pastor will preach both morning and evening. . St Paul's Episcopal-Orner Eighth and North A streets. Rev. David C. Huntington, rector. 7:30 a. m. Holy communion; 9:15 a. m. Sunday school: 10:30. a. m. morning prayer and farewell sermon by rector; 7:30 p. m. evening prayer and sermon. South Eighth Street Friends Levi T. Pennington, pastor. Bible School at 9 o'clock. John H. Johnson, super intendent Morning service at 10:80, in charge of Rev. Charles E. Tebbetts. Christian Endeavor meeting at 6:30. Prayer and monthly meeting at 10:30, Thursday evening,' Mrs. John H. John son, leader. A cordial invitation to all to attend these services. First ' English Lutheran . Church Corner 11th and South A streets. E. G. Howard, pastor. Morning worship 10:30. Rev. E. C. Dinwiddle, chair man General Synod's Committee on Temperance, wl address the congre gation. On account of Layman's Mis sionary Service at Reld church the Vesper service win be omitted. East Main Street Friends' Church Truman C. Kenworthy, pastor. Arthur Charles, Supt Bible SchooL Bible School at 9:10. Meeting for worship. 10: 30. . , Christian . Endeavor at 6:30. Gospel service, at 7:30 in the Endeavor room. Whitewater Monthly Meeting next fifth-day morning at 9:30. Some Gossip of the Various Local Lodges The Masons, of the city are particu larly well pleased with the work that has been done this winter. All of the orders are in a' flourishing condition at present and the past season has been one of the most successful ever experienced. It is said. The Knight Templars have not missed holding a Monday, night meeting the past winter, which Is very unusual. The active season is now drawing to a close and the dull period la approaching. The meetings will be abolished altogether in June, until next falL It la said that more candidates have been receiv ed into all of the lodges the past win ter than In ajtiy other year In the his tory of the Masons in this city and the excellent showing is a record of which every member of the lodge is Justly proud. pie. South Eighth street on Thursday evening, April 28, Rank's orchestra has been engaged to furnish the music and the union is expecting that the affair will be in every way as success ful as those given heretofore. . An at tractive program will be prepared. . Members of the chapters of the Daughters of Rebekah will be Interest ed in the report to be made by secre tary of the state organization at the assembly, at Indianapolis, May 16 and 17. The report has already been par tially completed. It la In part as fol lows: Net gain In membership, 863; total membership, 14,033 bothers and 90J53S sisters: receipts, S34&8KL1& and expenses S3842&4. The total amount spent on relief was S4.630.78. Guy Brown was Initiated Into the first rank, at the meeting of Triumph lodge last evening. Eight candidates will be given the three degrees of this lodge during May. . It Is anticipated that from fifty to seventy-five members of .Post C, T. P. A will attend the state convention at Ft Wayne, May S and 7. Several of the members will.be accompanied by their wives. An attractive inalgna has been secured by the organisation. The Typographical Union will give Its annual dance at the Pythian The general committee of the Eagles lodge. In charge of the arrangements for the state convention to be held here in June, la prosTessinjr ia its work. , Frank Hartaler, the secretary, has received several communications form lodge secretaries over the state, promising that large delegations would attend from these respective lodges. though all of the delegates have not yet been chosen. "George Gause will represent the Webb Lodge, No. 24, and A. -B. Russell will be sent as delegate from the Richmond lodge. No. 198. ' It is probable that this city will send a large delegation. The Initiatory degree was conferred on O. L. Leonard at the meeting of the Whitewater lodge of Odd Fellows last evening. : On. next Friday night the first degree will be conferred on sev eral candidates. . . The executive committee of the Sons of Veterans for Memorial Day has been appointed and will hold a meet lng'soos for the purpose of making def inite airangamenta and determining on a program for Memorial Day. The committee la composed of the follow ing: C. W. Jordan, W. EL Han erne, C R. Tingle, O. F.tCoryalL Barry Penny, John Bl Taylor and I P. Wine. : On April 18, the .Richmond Oonunan dery.Nb. 8, K. T will have work in Templars degree., Tuesday,' the 19th the Richmond (Lodge of -Masons, No. 196, F. and A. 1L. win work in feDow craft degree, while on Wednesday, the 20th, the Webb Lodge No. 24, will hold Ita stated meeting. being made for several of the local Masons to attend the annual grand lodge convention to be held at Indianapolis on May 24. AR of the local orders of Masons win be at the state convention, al- LETTER LIST. Ladies' List Mrs. Nettie Bradford, Miss A. K Foulke, Miss Maggie Hag an, Mrs." Clinton Hunt Mrs. Iva Kan- tern, Mrs. Guy C. Kelso.. Mrs. Hazel Laird, Mrs. Geo. Muye, Pearl Peffley, Maggie Pldd, Emma L. Clark, HalUe Ross, Mrs. H. P. Walls. Gentlemen's List Mike Burnworth, O. A. Boone, W. W. Bailey, W. W. Esra Blair, Highland Crowell, Edward Coleman, Ike Davis, E. A. Eater, Ern est Finch, Joe Flsler, J. R. Harris, Ed Hunt - P. C. Kunts, Karl S. Klpler, Samuel MTiroy, Geo. H. Orcutt, Rev. J. C. Perry, E. A. Pratt, Claud Philip, Richmond Motor St Plumbing Co., 2, Henry Richards, WUI Smith, Samuel Straley, J. C. Scott, The Richmond Evening Journal, The Richmond Mer cantile Co.. Jamea Wittmer. Drops Mrs. Nanle Burnam. W. H. Hunt, Mrs. Knopf, C. W. Munyon, Kate Maurer, Nora McNaUls, Nicholas SmelserE. J. Titus, Minnie WOcox. J. A. 8pekenhler, P. M. - - A Curiaua Fimeral Csremewy. It Is said that when Alaric, the con- anetor of Rome, ; died rt tnmed aside to make place ta -its bed for his grave and when he was buried the water was again let Into Its formed channel and the pciso who had helped to bury, him were kill ed so that no one might find eat the conqueror of Rome was burled. The river turned was the Busento and the place near Cosento. Italy. PALLADIUM WANT ADS PAY. IN ACCOHDAT.'CE WITH THE NATIOrL RHE Ur.TJEn WAITERS' CODE. IF YOU LEAVE YOUR IVlHIuG TO US YOU'LL HAVE K0 TROUBLE WITH THE iriSPECTOHS REPKE- SErjTir.a the ore utiderivhiters. . FERGUSON I1WESTMENT CO. 4 NORTH 9TH STREET: We handle Bonds, Real Estate, Loans and Fire Inauranoa, We Paint Antes and do it right at the right price. You auto let ua paint yours this spring. ", Lacdis fiDrcden 1812-1514 E. Main Street. Phone 1587. A HJ T O Oont fall to aee the display of fine machines (several makes) at the 1207 E. Main St. Paaaa USX Week Chi IPIHIOTTOS Tan stAiir sr. SOCIAL EVENTS Don't go to the trouble and ex pense of baking your own pastries for your entertainment. Our goods are as good aa though you made them yourself, and there' is prac tically no difference In the cost. ZWISSLEETS Come Oakery SCS MAIN STREET. Orders Delivered. I KNOW HOW. to cut a person's hair in the way, that la scientifically suitable to their features. Do you knew . any. ether barber equal to that? PROF. H. H. KOLLINQ, Tonsorial Parlor, No. 7 South 9th Street, back of Conkey Drug Store. YOUNG MEN I have a special offer for you. Before you purchase your next suit, call and learn hew easy you may wear tallormade clothes. guarantee entire satisfaction. H. J. GATZEII Fit why Just received new stock , trimmed and untrimmed hats which will be offered at special low prices. Yen are invited to call and note these low prf nrr k. SLj7GdV r cr Millinery Dept, Railroad Ctore. YOUR PATRONAGE to appreolat ed at our shoe shining parlor. Beat shine in town for Sa. - sun light shosj imwl - rABHLOK. w. miVTii ST. ENSTON AND CANSTON, Preps. Cca't Scz3 Anqr Fcr n Ado Tq when you can have It made to ault yea right here In ftichmond. In quire about It Phone 1SU. 172-ITt Pert Wayne Ave. Learn the Game c2 Eon Cell It is easy to learn, so bring your frienda and make yoursarf at A. E. L S. d C DOX DALL ALLE2VO 52$ MAIN. FRESH, SALT AND ' SMOKED MEATS, DRESSED - POULTRY, SAUSAGE AND LARD OUR SPEC IALTIES. .-..'.. 309 S. 4th St. Phone 2204. 31 S. 5th St. 10S4 aV 1O0. TRY OUR SODAS at FOSLER'S PHAlillACY Ours la the latest style, up-to-date leeleas Soda Fountain. Everything pure and sanitary. We serve and take orders for , , CCDYEEl'S Fe 17- PCXlSftZSLll 4 Hczo te Letc: Co yea. Since the fire, the ttlOtsMlfhly Ps9IVMFwtel4 tirsly fresh and new fine of lea bought. In buying here you will get tne very MASONIC TEMPLE. First dase paper hangare; room and picture melding. First Books, Gold Chain and Pearl Roaarlee and ether devetlonal feed S3 MAIN STREET. of an kinds can be Get In the habit of K be real In the Want Ad. col wMl if Ymw year aJ to 1121 and wo wKI aatlaat at your homo. PHCK3 t13 HAITI STttSSr. PUCKS