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THE RICHMOND PALLADIUM AND SUN -TELEGRAM, TUESDAY, NOV. 25. 1913
Results of Survey to
Placed in Hands of
Work of checking the inventory of
property submitted to the public util
ities commission by the water works
company was completed Saturday af
ternoon by H. A. Carman and his
corps of engineers, employed by the
commission. The engineers returned
to Indianapolis Saturday evening,
where they will report the result of
their survey to the commission.
Superintendent Dill of the water
works company said today the com
pany's engineer was still working on
the valuation which will be filed with
the commission as soon as completed.
This valuation will be checked with
that made by the commission engi
neers during their inspection of the
Mrs. Greble, and their daughters, Mrs.
William M. Estes, of Bethlehem, Pa.,
and Miss Mildred Greble; Miss Ruth
Hall, Judge and Mrs. Charles B. How
ry, Miss Elizabeth Howry, John V. A.
MacMurray, Major General James B.
Aleshire, U. S. A.; Mrs. Aleshire arid
the Misses Dorothy and Marjorie Ale
shire. All, however, are friends of the
Wilson family, and General Marshall
and his family are distant relations.
All of the justices of the Supreme
Court with their wives and families
attended, as did all the members of
the cabinet and the speaker of the
house and Mrs. Champ Clark, with
their daughter. Miss Genevieve Clark.
.No recognition to official positic was
given in the issuance of invitations.
Wedding Gown of Satin.
In point of completeness the bride's
trousseau might almost be called ela
borate, although the individual gowns
are not. Miss Wilson's wedding gown
was ornamented with rich laces that
have been heirlooms for generations
in her mother'3 family and have been
worn by many brides. The gown itself
was of a heavy satin of a cream tint,
but of so delicate a shade as to ap
pear almost white, with a train con
sisting of three yards of the full width
of the satin.
Miss Wilson's bridesmaids wore
white, of the palest ivory crepe de
chine in a high lustre tint. The trim
mings were tunic overdresses of hy
drangeau net, the girdles being of a
deeper tone and satin. The brides
maids carried bouquets of orchids and
lillies of the valley, tied with flowing
ribbons and softly tinted silk.
PARKER jETS A FINE
Admits, on Witness Stand,
That He Swore.
All kinds of beautiful fresh
flowers for Thanksgiving, i
Lemon's Flower Shop.
Although he pleaded not guilty to
the charge of using profanity in a pub
lic place, Btrt Parker admitted the use
of it on the witness stand and was
fined $;i and costs. When Parker called
for his buggy which he had jut up at
the Shofer livery barn. Sixth and
South A streets, his whip was missing.
Noticing it, it was alleged, he began
heaping profanity upon Harmon Sho
fer and the police department, causing
a crowd to gather.
Sweet Cider, fine. At Prices. 25-2.
1 ffgCTssa 1 r-5!a
Fresh Eggs At 20c a Dozen
would offer no greater money saving
opportunity than our $15. 9H Suits and
Coats. The Union Store, 1026 Main
WHITE HOUSE BRIDE
BECOMES WIFE OF
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attended the wedding were Brigadier
General William L. Marshall, U. S. A.,
retired; Mrs. Marshall, and their
daughter. Miss Maitland Marshall;
Col. Edwin St. John Greble, U. S. A.;
To Put On Flesh
And Increase Weight
A Physician's Advice.
Most thin people eat from four to
'x pounds of good solid fat-making
food every day, and still do not in
ereas s in weight one ounce, while on
the other hand many of the plump,
chunky folks eat very lightly and keep
fining all the time. It's all bosh to
say that this is the nature of the in
dividual. It isn't Nature's way at all.
Thin folks stay thin because their
powers of assimilation are defective.
They just absorb enougli of the food
they eat to maintain life and a sem
blance of health and strength. Stuff
ing won't help them. A dozen meals a
day won't make them gain a single
stay there" pound. All the fat-producing
elements of then food just stay
In the intestines until they pass from
the body as "waste. What such peo
ple need is something that will pre
pare these fatty food elements so that
their blood can absorb them and de
posit them all about the body some
thing, too, that will multiply their red
blood corpuscles and Increase their
blood's carying power.
For such a condition I always rec-
ommend eating a Sargol tablet with
every meal. Sargol is not, as some be
lieve, a patented drug, but is a scien
tific combination of six of the most ef
fective and powerful flesh-building ele
ments known to chemistry. It is ab
solutely harmless, yet wonderfully ef
fective, and a single tablet eaten with
each meal often has the effect of in
creasing the weight of a thin man or
woman from three to live pounds a
vcek. Sargol is sold by good drug
gists everywhere on a positive guar
nntee of weight increase or money
"THERE'S A SAVING IN EVERY LINE"
WE ARE THE BARGAIN BOOSTERS OF THE TOWN
Thanksgiving Specials 2
25c Sal Hepatica 1G
50c Pape's Diapepsin 34 C
$1.00 Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin 67
25c Pond's Vanishing Cream 16c
50c Melba Powder 34
$1.00 Wyeth's Sage and Sulphur 67
$1.00 Wrigley's Spearmint 65c
WE SELL PARK & TILLFORD'S TEMPTINGLY DELICIOUS CHOCOLATES
Because We Know They Are the Best
ALWAYS THE BEST ASSORTMENT OF
tvery one desiring 10 ia.e jin m (
the bowling tournament to be held at t
the City alleys on Thanksgiving are
requested to hand in their name at '
once. The tournament will start early ;
in the morning with a two-hour in-!
prm'saion to give players au oppor-!
tunity to eat their Thanksgiving din- '
Thcro is Oniy Ono
USZO THE WORLO OYER TO OURE A COLO IM ONE DAT.
Orange, pineapple, green gage and !
cranberry ices for Thanksgiving, at
Price's. 25-2 j
Alwavs remember the fu" name
tor this Mnature on everv bo
THE TALK OF THE
SEE THE TURKEYS IN OUR WINDOWS
They Will Be Given Away at 8:00 O'clock Thanksgiving Eve. Come to Our Stores.
8TH & NORTH E.
6TH & MAIN
8TH & SOUTH E
V. f-cz iv tiere s at least rivn. good reasons why the ladies or Kicnmond are
T XK thankful:
Xl ( 1 ) . For FELTM AN'S a strictly big city shoe store, with its oblig
ing clerks and broad, liberal business policy.
(2) . For a class of merchandise, an assortment of styles and charac
ter of service found only in stores of the largest cities where the prices
run from one to three dollars per pair higher for the same shoes.
(3) For a store where you are always greeted so cordially that you have no hesitation in go
ing in and looking around without feeling under any obligation to buy; where you feel free to
try on any shoes you see that strike your fancy and as many as you wish, knowing you are
equally welcome whether you buy or not.
(4) . A store that offers you, at the popular prices of S3. $3.50 and S4 per pair, shoes in all
leathers and fabrics, made up in the smart styles, duplicated elsewhere only at S5 and S6
(5) . A store that has. in a few years, built up the greatest shoe business in the State of
Indiana by selling NOTHING BUT GOOD SHOES, and by always giving its patrons a little more
than they expected or had even hoped to get for their money.
724 IVIoin Street, Richmond,
Owned and Operated by
The Curme-Feltman Shoe Co.
Indiana"15. Richmond, Muncie
I lHooveiIBoiid d.1 IT
Every department of this store is brimful of good things for Christmas Gifts. Presents
for Grandfather, Grandmother, Father, Mother, Brother and Sister can be found in
abundance by paying this store a visit. - - -
Gifts of Furniture
are the ones that are always received with pleasure, because they are always use
ful, and remind the recipient of the giver.
and receive the best service and get the best of the bargains offered at this time.
Those Substantial, Comforta
Golden, Fumed, Early Eng
lish, Mahogany or all leather.
Price $2.50, $5.00, $7.75,
$10, $14.50, $20, $27.50,
up to $55.
For Christmas, a Nice
Will Make a Most Accepta
Any style or any fin
ish can be had at this
store. Price $8.50,
$10.00, $12.50, $20.00,
$27.50, up to $60.00.
PLEASE YOUR WIFE
Large showing in Golden,
Fumed or Early English.
Price $3.25, $9.75, $15.00,
$18.50, $25, up to $35.
54 -inch Fumed . . . $37.75
60-inch Fumed ....$52.50
50-in. Early English $36.50
48-in. Early English $33.75
Others in any finish, price
$19.95 up to $65.00.
Special Showing of Iron
To match most any
style or finish Dress
er. More drawer
space than any other
article. Price $6.75,
up to $32.50.
What would make a more use
ful jrift than a nice Brass Bed.
Price $14.85. $18.50, $21.75, $25
up to $45.00.
Enamel Beds in many patterns,
price $2.50 up to $15.00
is what makes the Thanksgiving din
ner more enjoyable. Our line of Tables
and Chairs is so large that the most care
ful buyer will find it a pleasure to buy
here. Tables at $9.50, $15, $20, $25,
up to $40.
There is no fear of the unexpected guest
when you have one of our roomy Daven
ports in your home. Upholstered in gen
uine or Chase leather, black or Spanish.
Price $18.50, $22.75, $27.50, $32.50,
$35, $42.50, $45 up to $65.
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925-927-929 IVIain Street,
ffio Store of tiG&mtmasSpirit j