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RICHMOND DAILY PALLADIUM. TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 16, 1004.
FIVII 1 5 &l-( 0MI . Agpo WC3 Absolutely Pure The Richmond Palladium TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 16, 1901. THE WEATHER. Tndiana Cloudv tonight and Wed nesday, rising temperature Wednes- day. .: LOCAL ITEMS'! Optical goods at Haner's. Eye glass changed at Haner's. Dr. W. A: Park for dentistry. tf Mrs. W. S. Hiser's shorthand school. Try the Palladium for job printing. Spectacles correctly fitted at Ha ner's. Job work promptly done at the Pal ladium. David Whelan spent today in Cam den on business. Jonas Gaar returned today from a short trip to Chicago. Piatt Robinson left last evening for Cincinnati for business. W. S. Kaufman returned last night from a business trip to Hartford City. W. R. Poundstoii.? loaves Saturday for an extended visit with friends and relatives. . 7 Bud Lall3' was called to Cincinnati yesterday by the critical condition of liis brother. C. Blair of Lynn arrived last night on a short visit with Earl Coate and other local f riends. The ladies of Grace church will give their annual turkey dinner Fri day evening from 6 to 7:30. 1G-1S Regular meeting of Webb lodge to night. Special features will be had and a good attendance is de sired. Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Westcott have returned f rora a visit with Mr. and Mrs. "James Carr of . Springfield, for merly of this city. Miss Ida Windhurst returned yes terday to Cincinnati after a brief visit with Miss Cora Eggemeycr, of south fourteenth street. Mrs. Engine McCnnn. and children of north twelfth street returned last nkhl frora New Cs;Ie where she has b."vi priest of relative.". Mifs Ella Essarc.eher of south sev enth .-: 1 left, i -.'orday afternoon ; for Gn en illo, O., where she will be a rjruest of relatives for a few days. Typewriters, all makes, rented, soT-i. R-.-'tfnl.s :3 to $5 per month. Rr , ::ir- and ri!;!:"ns for all machines. Ty.vll, W. U. Tel. office. 'Phone 26. Mrs. S.-iri McCoy of Gettysburg, O., wlo has Ir, n the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Char!-. 3 Zuttermeister for the past wp"!;, returned home last even ing. J. C. Garver returned last evening from Evansville where he has been the guest of his son, Frank Garver and wife, former residents of Rich- j raond. j Mrs. L. II. Bunyan went to Indian- apolis this morning to attend a meet- ing of the board of the Indiana Meth- odist State Hospital and Deaconness Home. n- t r ' t- -I w .Airs. ur. ,. . Kerr and daughter, Xf;Co Ti!i ii , Miss Blanche, who have been the , e -t , , , guests of Mr. and Mrs L B Cranor p n . ' ivianor of south ninth street for the past week, returned last evening to Greens fork. Iev. J. J. hjte was called to Win- Chester to meet with the official board of the Foreign Missionary Society of the Sixth District. The object of the meetmg is to arrange a program for the spring convention. Harrv C. Endsley, undertaker, of HJIagerstown, was in the city on busi ness today. Confirmation lectures, at parish house of St. Paul's Episcopal church will be given during' Lent, for the children Wednesday afternoons at 4 o'clock and for adults on Friday evenings at 8:30 o'clock, after the evening service.; It is interesting to note the im provements made each month in Way side Tales, which now contains 164 pages and is therefore the largest magazine ever gotten out in the west. Its publishers, the Sampson-Hodges Company, Chicago, have been fortu nate in securing an able staff, both of famous names appears regularly editorial and literary, and a long list each month in the table of contents. The publishers also get out a beauti ful poster each month, which is sent free to any address upon the receipt of two cents postage. Perfect Confidence. Where there used to be a feeling of uneasiness and worry in the house hold when a child showed symptoms of croup, there is now perfect confi dence. This is owing to the uniform success of Chamberlain's Cough Rem edy in the treatment of that disease. Mrs. M. I. Basford, of Poolesville, Md., in speaking of her experience in the use, of that remedy says: , "I have a world of confidence in Cham berlain's Cough Remedy for I have used it with perfect success. My child Garland is subject to severe at tacks of croup and it always gives him prompt relief." For sale by A. G. Luken & Co. and W. II. Sudhoff, cor ner fifth and Main streets. Charley Terhune, of Muncie, vis ited relatives here last week. About half of the people here have colds. Mrs. Dollie Chaning of New Cas tle visited Henry Benton and family last week. The Democrats held their township convention last Saturday and nomi jnated Geo. Cromer for trustee' and Charlie Smith for assessor. ; Jacob Teeter sold his brick house to Mrs. Charlie Foland. A boy eight and one-half pounds came to the home of Miller Hayes, and wife one day last week; also a daughter seven and one-half pounds to the home of Jesse Replogle and wife. A son of Will Wise joined the regu lar army and is now stationed at Col umbus, O. Mrs. Edan Painter spent last week at Alexandria. Ind. Marcus Conway is just recovering from a protracted spell of sickness. HAVE YOU FRIENDS who are pale and sickly? Do they complain of headache, backache, bone acIie r rheumatism, etc. Tell them if they will-only take Vitona it will free tll;m of a11 adie an1 Pain- Jt enns the nerves, liver, kidneys, etc., most remarkably quick. It makes the, bIo?d circillate as it should and makes it pure. It makes the skin velvety and the flesh more firm. It , :,-i: i , n i i i makes an invalid well and keeps him . r i m , strong. One sample bottle always , i.. provos lts merit. Alford Drug Co., IY . 1 a"Cn ' . TT. Living Pages of History Homes of great men, castles of Europe, buildings which have plaved a part in the destiny of nations are features of the St. Louis world's fair on the Pennsylvania lines. Opens April mh Look at the Map!" HAGERSTOM f- EDITED BY Miss CHARLOTTE MYU1CK SOCIAL CALENDAR. Today. The Christian Culture class of the First Baptist church meets with Rev. and Mrs. Addison Parker, 123 south fifteenth street. Organization of Civic Improvement association in Commercial club rooms. Aftermath Avith Mrs. M. F. John ston, 34 north ninth street. Mary -F. Thomas Woman's Chris- tion Temperance Union with presi dent, Mrs. M. J. Little, 21G south fourteenth street. Dance and card party in Elk club rooms. Dance by Knights of Columbus in K. of C. hall. Thursday evening Euchre club clos ing meeting for Lent with Miss Marie Davis, 43 south fifth street. Flinch party by Mrs. J. 0. Barber, 117 south thirteenth street. Thimble party by Mrs. Harry L. Weber, 119 south thirteenth street. Ladies Afternoon Social club with Mrs. Henry Wickemeyer, 237 south seventh street. :1: Thursday. All day meeting m Sabbath-school room of First Baptist church by Wo C!im:s Foreign Missionaiy society. Services at lv-?0 a. m., 2 :3 p. m. iud 7:3f :. rv. East End Whist club with Mrs. Omar Murray, 1213 north B street. : Occult Research club with Mrs. Gertrude Hill, 33 south eighteenth street. Thursday Thimble club with Mrs. Frank McDonnell, north D street. Woman's Relief Corps meeting in G. A. R. hall. Merry-Go-Round with Mrs. Milo Ferrell, 33 south eleventh street. U-go, I-go club with Mr. and Mrs. Edward Kamp, 518 south twelfth street! Friday. Aid society of First Presbyterian church in church parlors. Turkey dinner in church parlors by Ladies' Aid society of Grace Method ist Episcopal church. 1 : ? Regular weekly whist , party for ladies in Elk club rooms. Junior public at high school. Tourists Avith Mr. and Mrs. S. S Strattan, jr., 203 north fifteenth street. Thimble party by ladies of the United Presbyterian church at the home of Mrs. Sharon Jones, 104 south thirteenth street. Saturday. History club Avith Mrs. Anna Doughty, 207 north twelfth street. Xomads with Miss Sarah Coe, 130S east Main street. Saturday Cinch club with Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Roney, 90G north D street. Fifteen young ladies gave a leap year dance last evening in the Knights of Columbus hall. The arrangements Avere made by a committee on which were the Misses Lola Rudy, Ernestine Paul us, Lena Staubach and Clara Kenepohl. The music Avas furnished by White and Wilson; punch was served in the hall during the eA'ening, and sup per was serAed at the City Restaur ant at 12 o'clock. The dining room Avas very attractively decorated, and the menu was a pleasing one. The young ladies left nothing un done in playing their parts, and the evening Avas a very enjoyable one for all. There Averc twenty-five tables of euchre last evening at the card party given by the church choir in St. Mary's Catholic school hall. The games AA-ere progressiA-e and beautiful prizes were given. These were avou by Miss Anna Kramer, Mrs. J. H. Luken and Miss Rose Puthoff. After 10 o'clock the young people danced, , ending very pleasantly an eA-ening that was both happy and profitable. . . . Thursday, February ISth, is the day set apart by the Woman's Bap tist Foreign Missionary society of this country as the annual day of prayer of foreign missions. On that date the ladies of the First Baptist church will hold an all day meeting in the Sabbath-school room of the church, services to begin at 10:30 a. m., 2:30 p. rn and 7:30 p. in. A cordial invitation is extended to all P "si interested in Avorld Avide missions. Freeman Essex celebrated his fif teenth birthday anniversary last evening Avith a party, given at his home, 305 Randolph street. The guests played flinch and some other games, and Avere served with light re freshments. Those present Avere : Alison and Harry Creasrer, Nelson Taylor, Fred Girty, Arthur and Erret Haisley, Ray Howell," Robert Thompson, Elmer BroAvn, Fred and Edna Rossiter, Creston Coggshal, Paul and Homer Hutchinson, Charley Harold, Raymond Lamb, Herman, Linden, Helen and Freeman Essex. On account of the absence of some of the members avIio were on the regu lar program, yesterday's meeting of the Tieknor club was .turned into a conversational day. Each member attending was prepared to talk on some current eA-ent, and there was a pleasing informality to the conversa tion. Mrs. John Dougan, 204 north tenth street, Avas the hostess. There will be no program or study at next Aveek's meeting. Mrs. E. B. Grosvenor, 24 north eleA-enth street, Avill entertain the ladies that day Avith a 1 o'clock Washington dinner. Raymond Mather gave a very hap py little party last evening at his home, 322 north twelfth street. The guests, who AA-ere as follows, Avere en tertained with card games and danc ing: Katherine Rettig, Bertha Alls baugh, Cora Weighman, Pearl Ilase coster, Anna Dilks, Marguerite Green, Florence Convin, Walter Lamb, Geo. Green, Geo. Rettig, Carl Pierson, Mathey Kelsey, Tom McCarthy and Dudley Gates. Miss Bertha Kelsey assisted. The Magazine club AA-as entertained yesterday afternoon at the home of Mrs.. Charles Neal, 10G south fif teenth street. Articles wereread by Mrs. Elgar Hibberd and Mrs. War ren Gifford. This club seems to lose none of its interest and, Avas, as usu al, Avell attended yesterday. Next week's meeting is to be Avith Mrs. .Harry Land, 315 north thir teenth street. Mr. John Cheny, 2S north third street, is eighty-eight years old today. and, though no formal celebration of the eA-ent is being made, his friends ai-e turning it into an informal re ception day. A large number of them calling to express their good Avishes. Following is the program of Lenten services to be obserAed in St. Paul's Episcopal church. The public will be welcomed at all services: Sundays. noly Communion 7:30 a. m. (First Sunday) 10:30 a. m. Sunday-school 9:15 a. m. Morning prayer and sermon 10:30 a. m. (Sunday-school attends second Sunday.) EA-ening prayer and address 7:30 p. m. Ash Wednesday. Holy Communion 7:30 a. m. Morning pr-- rmon and Holy Communion 10 . EA'ening prayer r.nd r7 dress 7:30 p. m. Week Days Until Holy Week. Wednesday Litany 9 a. m. EA-ening prayer and address 4:30 p. rn. Friday Litany 9 a. m. Evening prayer and address 7:30 p. m. Holy Week. Monday Mornincr praA-er 9 a. m. ETening prayer and address 4:30 p. m. Tuesday Mornincr nrayrr 9 a. m. EA-ening prayer and address 4:30 p. m. Wednesday Litany 9 n. m. EA-ening prayer and address 4:30 p. m. ' Thursday Morning prayer 9 a. m. Commemoration of Institution 7:30 p. m. Good Friday Litanv 9 a. m. Ante-Communion 10 a. m. Children's service 10 :45 a. m. Tassion service 2 to 3 p. m. Solemn musical 7:30 p. m. Easter Even. Holy Baptism 4 p. m. Easter Sunday. Holy Communion 7 a. m. Morning prayer, sermon and Holy Communion 10 a. m. Sunday-school Carol service 4 p. m. Evening service 7:30 p. m. DeA-otional service for those about to be confirmed, Saturday, March 12, 7:30 p. m. Confirmation. " Sunday, March 13 10:30 a. m. The Whist part 3' at the Country club last evening Avas the enjoyable event these ' parties always prove to be. The hostesses Avere Mrs. John Nicholson and Miss Mary Sliiveley. There A-ere six attractive prizes, and their awarding Avas followed b3r' supper. BETTER THAN GOOD 'The Earl of Pawtuckett" Now Has a Host of Warm Friends in Richmond. Patrons of the Richmond theaters haA-e Avitnessed maiiA- good comedies many delightful comedies but the cap sheaf, so to speak, Avas placed in position last night In- Kirke La Shelle's splendid companA', present ing the "Earl of Pawtueket," Only a fair house, hardh' that, Avitnessed the plaj. Although repeatedly ad-A-ised that the plaA' Avas all that it AAras said to be, for some reason the "regular contingent" missed a good thing, while those fortunate in hold ing seats enjo3Ted Ares, fairlA delight ed with the splendid bill presented. To attempt a description of the play would be a futile task, and to re hash the drolleries of "the Earl" AA-ould be an offense to those who were there and "got theirs" first hand. That a better balanced company never appeared lie fore a Richmond audience is conceded b-. all; that a better societv' pla- Avas never present ed in the citA- is also the common A-er-dict, and that the scenery Avas as true to the "real thing" as possible is also true. In short, the "Earl of Pawtueket" comes as near to the per fect plaA- in its class as good actors and scenic effects can make it. Frank Monroe, in the title role, and Marie Peters, as Harriet For dce, shared honors, and Avere given splendid support b" Charles Mason, Herbert Forteer, Florence Robinson, Marguerite HaA'den, Wedgwood Nowel, William A. Evan A. Piper Thomas and the other members of the company. The scenes presented were grand beyond description. The "Earl of PaAA-tucket" can coiint upon a regular Sir Thomas Lip ton reception should he again Aisit this city. HOW'S YOUR GAS? If 3-011 are not get tang perfect satisfactory service from artificial gas do not hesitate about reporting the fact to our office and the matter will receive our best attention, as prompt ly as possible. The policy- of the present company is to imite reports in such instances, instead of regard ing them as kicks or complaints to the end that the responsible, local conditions may be remedied, thereby preventing unwarranted condemna tion of the quality of the gas, whieh it is hardly possible to improA-e upon. We are making from 25 to 27 candle lower gas, which is equaled in only comparatively few cities, but. even that qualit3r of gas may giA-e Aery poor serA-ice under possible local con ditions. Richmond Light, Heat & Power Co. THE DUTY OF THE HOUR. Both services at the Christian church Sunday were attended by large congregations. In the morning when the pastor, Rca J. J. White, gayc a sermon on "The Duty of the Hour" in preparation for the pro tracted meetinrs to begin on or before March first, the auditorium Avas p tick ed. Rca Wn!" surpassed CA-en his usual hi eh s!-'::"!ard of excellence in this pri.-v-.- He follov.-d his discourse with re ports from the Aarious church socie ties, which haA-e been reorganized and shoAv very favorable standings. In the eA'ening Rca J. S. IT'Thns ga-e the sermon, the subject of Avhicb AA-as "ReA-elation. " The church was Avell filled at this service. Re-. Hughes is a verA able speaker. REFLECTIONS OF A BACHELOR. Christmas breaks us but one a 3-ear. The shortest road the world travels is the road to the poorhouse. A man can haA-e his legs cut off and Avalk on crutches, but Avhen he gets married he cannot be repaired. The onl3' thing that is nrouder than a 3-outh who takes his first shave is (he schoolgirl avIio first discovers it. Tt is easier for a camel to go through the eA-e of the needle than for an one to go through the pockets of a rich man. New York Press. JOB WORK PROMPTLY DONE AT THE PALLADIUM. Cleans windows and mirrors without muss, dust or slops. II jt III II.1IIM. Mil . M.)H T.B.WDODHURST I want to trade a 55 acrc farm, 3 miles from Richmond, fo.: Richmond property. Possession Mch. J, 04 Also for sale a 40-acre farm, cheap. Three acres of ground, a new frame house, good out buildings. Price $900. ATE NTS Consult us. We will advise you whether your ideas can be patented. Small improve ments and simple inventions have made much money for the inven tors. We develope your ideas or assist you in improving your invention. We take out patents in United States, Can ada and foreign countries; Our terms are reasonable. lHarlatt & Dozler, 42-43 Colonial Bldg. Richmond TRY THE PALLADIUM FOR JOB PRINTING. People's Exchange STORAGE Ground floor, sixteentfc and Main. Vern Smith. TOR SALE OR TRADE A good new 8-inch well boring machine and complete outfit for making water wells. Have made two wells a day; with a machine like it. Must quit work on account of age. S. B. Huddleston, Dublin. 14-t TOR SALE Old papers for sale at the Palladium office, 15 cents a hundred and some thrown in. WANTED Girl to do housework, no washing, 23 soiitn. eighth street. 10-3L LOST Between Doran bridge and Starr piano factory, a saddle pad. Finder please return to O. IL Lit tle's barn. J WANTED A second girl of good reference to go to Grand Rapids, Mich. Inquire at this office. lG-3t, LADIES AND GENTLEMEN We pay $15 a thousand cash copying at home. Send stamp. Puritan, Mfg. Co., 4 Kilby St., Worcester, Mass. 16-3t LOST Gold and pearl handled um brella between Westcott block and tenth and Main. Finder telephona No. 8. Reward. COUNTY TICKET. Congress. James E. Watson. Senator. Roscoe E. Kirkman. Joint Representative. I Richard Eiliott. Representative. Dr. M. W. .Yeneer. Frosecuting Attorney. Wilfred Jessup. County Treasurer. Benjamin B. Myrick, Jr. County Recorder Frank C. Mosbaugh. Surveyor. . Robert A. Howard. Coroner. Dr. S. C. Markley. Commissioner Western District Ellwood Clark. ' Commissioner Middle District. John F. Dynes. TOWNSHIP TICKET. Wayne Township Trustee. Charles E. Potter. Township Assessor. John M. Winslow. ' CITY TICKET. Mayor. Dr. W. W. Zimmerman. City Clerk. John F. Taggart. City Treasurer. Charles A. Tennis.