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RICHMOND DAILY PALLADIUM, WEDNESDAY, FEB. 24, 1904.
11 VII The Richmond Palladium WEDNESDAY, FEB. 24, 1904. THE WEATHER. Indiana: Fair tonight and Thurs day, probably colder tonight. LO GAL ITEMS Optical goods at Haner's. Eye glass changed at Ilaner'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- Job -work promptly done at the Pal ladium. Sheriff Christopher, of Henry coun ty, was in the city yesterday. Mi- j Edna Baker is quite' ill at her ho.iitv, L'lOS north E street. Dr. I 'arks spent yesterday . i if An derson attending the Elks fair. Three Merchant Trading Stamps instead of one at Xeff & Nusbaum. Arthur Smith attended the funeral of a relative in Indianapolis yester day. The lace sale continues until Mon day evening of next "week. Boston Sioro. Dr. Hussey, who has been in An derson for a few days, returned last evening. Hoy McPride. of this city, was here yesterday en route from Chicago to Cincinnati. Mesdames Decker and Plunkett, of Centerville, were the guests of Rich mond 'relatives yesterday. Bernard Sharkey, avIio has been the guest of friends in Indianapolis and New Castle, returned home this morn Amanda Lou.the little daughter of Rev. and 'Mrs. J. J. White, is quite ill at their home, 45 south tenth street. Mis Eva Matthews, of Elwood, is making a short visit with Mrs. Ed- OIL FOR THE BODY You can't lose without feeling it. like an atom rhe body .i is iiKC an engine, a watcn, a machine; must be kept in good order to run right. That's the reason Scott's -Emulsion is so successful in all wasting diseases. It feeds, nourishes and strengthens when ordinary food won't. Doctors say Scott's Emul sion is the best nourishment for those who are not as well as they should be. We use the whole oil in Scott's Emulsion because the great reputation of cod liver oil as a food and medicine was made by using it in this way. Substitutes in the shape of wines, cordials, extracts, etc., should be carefully avoided. We'll send you a sample free upon request. SCOTT & nOWNE, 409 Pearl Street, New York. MICIPALIEAGDE (Continued from 1st page.) m1- irtixls m EDITED BY MLSS ClfA HI A )TTE MYUICK WPSWTMmf mTTn T 1 Tin I ARK ffflR. WW W M JW .U eronal and $odial JNlew.g SOCIAL CALENDAR. Ladies' Aid society's all day meet ing in Christian church parlors. " Washington" party given by Mrs. Harmon Meyer, 127 south eleventh street. Duplicate Whist club with Mrs. Harry Kates, 1220 east Main street. Ladies' Aid society of Christian ? Pfl 111 I MP mTinna n nro an1 ia smjuui Becuiiu. street,. J. M. Gift. The wedding will cur here next June. oc- Miss LI da Jones entertained eigh teen young ladies last evening at her home, 104 south thirteenth' street, in honor of Miss Bertha Albaugh, who leaves this evening for her new home in Bellefontaine, Ohio. The home was attractively decora t- o north eighth ward Cumuii ngs, street. Quantities of laces have been sold. We are not surprised at it; the line was never as large and the prices so reasonable. Boston Store. , The sixth - district , Republican con vention will be held mi March 3 at Shelbyville. Mr. Watson will be re nominated without opposition. Dr. J. J. Walls was called to "Straughn's Station, Ind., yesterday to visit, professionally Albert Lamberson, who is seriously ill with lung fever. This is lace Aveek at the Boston ttore. See what 3c. 5e and 10c will buy. Tjpewriters, all makes, rented, sold. Rentals, $3 to $5 per month. Repairs and ribbons for all machines. Tyrell, W. TJ. Tel. office. 'Phone 26. Three Merchant Trading Stamps instead of one at Xeff & Nusbaum 's. Mr. A. C. Underbill left today for Greenville, Union City and other points to purchase horses, He ex poets to make some good purchases on this trip. Little Rosalie Deardorff, who has been quite ill at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Dear dorff, on south fourteenth street, is greatly improved. The announcement that the United Pies1;; to rinn church would give a supper Thursday evening was a mis take, and should have read a "basket social" for the members and their friend-;. Parties finding themselves indebted to Cheesman & Schepmann will please call at the Schepmann tailor ing store, 829 Main street, as the books of the concern are there. Palms, pants, flowers, etc., will be found on sale at above place. Rev. Alfred Johnson reports at this office that his sons have had two late orders for mail boxes amounting to LS00. This box is approved by the government and is used by the Palladium as a premium. Come in and look at it. Campbell's Illustrated Journal and the Weekly Palladium one year for only $1.40. Campbell's Journal is published in St. Louis and will keep in close touch with the World's Fair. Perhaps no publication Avill give finer illustrations during the Fair than this one. The Pnippalla diura and the Journal for $3.00. This is practically giving it awav. Sa pie at this office. mi- All Over the World People are arranging to visit the St. Louis World's Fair which opens April 30th. Shortest route from the East Pennsylvania Lines. "Look at the Map!" report to be read bv Prof. Sackett. Prof. Sackett then proceeded to read the constitution and by-laws, which were also presented by this commit tee. Considerable discussion arose over the question of the vote of sun dry vice-presidents. "It was proposed that any club which took an interest in the work of t he civic league could be represented by its president, who would constitute one of the vice-presidents of the league. But this vice president could have no vote. Mr. J. B. Gordon moved that all vice presidents be permitted to vote in the executive session, which was heartily commended by many present. But this proposition was violently ob jected to by Mr. Kennepohl, who feared that those who wished to do so could not, if these vice-presidents were permitted a vote, control the or ganization. The motion was finally amended to state that these vice-presidents could be present at an execu tive meeting, but could not vote. The balance of the constitution was agreed to as well as the bv-laws. The following officers were then presented by the committee: President E. G. Hill. Secretary Dr. D. W. Stephenson. First Vice-President Mrs. Walter Hut ton. Second Vice President EJhvooci Morris. Treasurer Mr. George Knollen berg. - Mrs. Hutton absolutely deel ine1 fn serve as first vice-president. The secretary was ordered to cast a vote for the election of these officers, which was done. It is the under standing of the representative of the Pall adiuin that neither Mr. Hill nor Mr. Knollenberg had .yet been spoken to relatives to the incumbency of their offices. The chairman of the following standing committees were then read off; these chairmen appointed by the committee above referred to, which was appointed by Mrs. F. M. John ston to bring such names forward the previous week : Membership B. F. Wissler. Play Grounds X. C. Ileironimus. Public Art Mrs. F. M. Johnston. Parks and Boulevards Dr. Bowers Trees and Shrubs Cash Beall. Press I'lilUMi f 5rn on1 T Mrs. Vary an. Markets and Public James I'eeson. School Gardening Mrs. Frank Clark. Mreets and Alleys Rev. II. II. TT 1 iianiev. Lill-Loards Rev. Father Malting- As the president was not present, the second vice-president, Mr. Mor ris, was called to the chair, and the secretary, Dr. Stephenson, took the place of the temporary officer. Various persons now actively iden tified with the organization, notably Mr. Kennepohl, Judge Abbott, Mr. Beall, Dr. Bowers and others made remarks of a various character. Oth ers were called on, among them Mr J. B. Gordon, Mr. Lou Emmons and Dr. Davis, all of whom made ex cellent suggestions as to the conduct of this organization. ! rri a i . t ' mere is to oe a Jusiness meeting Penny club with Mrs. Charles Swain, 120 north eleventh street. Evening annual of the Wednesday society of First Presbyterian church with Mrs. John B. Dougan, 204 north tenth street, at half after 7 o'clock. "Martha Washington" social in church parlors by Intermediate En deavor society of the Christian church. Home Missionary society of First Methodist Episcopal church with Mrs. W. II. Longnecker, 122 south ninth street. Thursday. Called meeting of the Frances E. Willard W. C. T. U. in Rhoda tem ple. Thursday Afternoon Whist club with Miss Bertha Kelsey, 18 north thirteenth street. Evening meeting of the Occult Re search society with Mrs. Phoebe Stevens, 1017 north A street. Thursday Thimble club with Miss Rosella Luken, 1725 east Main street. Woman's Relief Corps meeting in G. A. R. hall. c. Basket supper, given by directors, in United Presbyterian church par lors. East End Whist club with Mrs. Charles McGuire, south nineteenth street. same scheme was developed in the two-course- supper and the table dee orations. Here red carnations formed a center piece, and the place cards were hatchet shaped. During the evening charades and several other games were played, passing the evening most enjoyably. Miss Alba ugh 's departure has been the cause for a number of other par ties, mostly small, very informal af fairs. Among these, one of the most enjoyable was a surprise party, given night before last, at her home, corner of ninth and north D streets. This party was arranged by about fourteen of Miss - Albaugh 's high school friends. 9 At the, called meeting of the Ladies' Aid society of the First Pres byterian church yesterday afternoon it was decided to give the annual sup per at the church next Tuesday even ing. The Merry-Co-Round met yester day with Miss Edna McGuire 1003 east Main stree, and enjoyed a de lightful afternoon. Two prizes Were given, one to the hostess and one to Mrs. Galen Lamb, who won the hon ors at euchre. Mrs. J. A. Moore, north eleventh street, will entertain the club at the regular meeting next Tuesday. IN THE ENGAGEMENTS HAD SINCE THE LAST REPORT. SEVERAL JAP VESSELS Sunk, According to Latest Advices- War News in General. Friday. Whist party at the Country club. The Woman's Missionary society Miss Isa belle Bass, who attends school in Cincinnati, will be home soon for a short visit with her par ents. Mi- mi1 "MVo wm: ir t 1, tt.,:.i t t, .. -i t. 1 "" . uiiwu rj. uass ,r : " "l"iau ,"Uy.n' o West Richmond wiin iurs. ii. v. uame, zu south thir- 4 i T. A w;fU w t tt:.w . .KaTl .Plcr, who is at present vis onis m ; a"" : ltin- hls ath KPler, of t" -wi-. ; ..I -n,, ' , south eighteenth street, will return J to morgan 1 ark academy m a few ' ' . davs. itegular weekly social meeting of 41, Tj: A!1 - i n i-a me uuuies iiiu society or uraee ir... Tvnt tti,i i t.,, n t . t" i i 1 , Jiis. rank lietcher and son, Will Methodist Lmsconal church w Hi , 3 Ar t? n i mn, T T wno iiave been guests of j-iuv;ivuu(.i, j.uuu bu mil pjij. and M street. JAPS GETTING WORST OF IT. Che Foo,Feb. 24. The steamer Gov ernor Jaeschi, while passing Port Arthur this morning heard heavy fir ing in that direction. There is a persistent rumor that several Japan ese warships have been disabled ihirtecn warships are said to have passed Wei Hai Wei today. There were sixteen in the original Japanese fleet. BATTLESHIPS PASS EASTWARD Wei-IIai-Wei, Feb. 24. Four Jap anese battleships and nine cruisers passed eastward today. JAPS REPULSED. St. Petersburg, Feb. 24. It is offi cially announced that the fresh at tack on Port Arthur was repulsed with a loss of four Japanese battle-' shins and two t ran snort s. NEGOTIATED TREATY. Washington, Feb. 24. Secretary Hay has information that Japan ne gotiated a treaty with Korea whereby Japan guarantees its independence and the integrity of Korea. CATARRH THIRTY YEARS. The Remarkable Experience of a Prominent Statesman Congress man Meekison Gives Pe-r-j-na ' a High Endorsement. Congressman Meekison of Ohio. Hon. David Meekison ia well known Hot only in hi3 own. State, but through out America. lie wa3 elected to tho Fifty-fifth Congress by a very largo majority, andi3 the acknowledged leader Df his party ia his section of the State. Only one flaw marred tho otherwise jomplete success of this rising states man. Catarrh with its insidious ap proach and tenacious grasp, was hia only tmconquered foe. Tor thirty years he waged unsuccessful warfare against -hfj3 personal enemy. At last Peruna came to the rescue. lie writes : I have used several bottles of Pe ntna and I feel grsaily benefited there by from my catarrh of the head, i feel encouraged to believe that if 1 use it a short time longer 1 will be fully able to eradicate the disease or thirty years standing." David Meekison, Member of Congress. If you do not derive prompt and satis factory results from the use of Peruna, write at once to Dr.IIartman, giving a full statement of your case and he will bo pleased to give you his valuable ad vice gratis. Address Dr. Hartman, President ol ho Hartman Sanitarium. Columbuflb COVERS HERSELF WITH GLORY Paris, Feb. 24. A dispatch to the Xavas agency, from Port Arthur, says four Japanese cruisers and two Japanese transports have been sunk in an attack on Port Arthur. The attack was repulsed and the Russian battleship. Revitzan has covered her self with glorv. rs. Jesse Fletcher for the Party for Junior Endeavor society of Christian church by Mr. and Mrs. J. J. White, 45 south tenth street. Three o'clock service for ladies at First English Lutheran church. Six o'clock dinner to members of Ivy and Iris clubs, by Mr. and Mrs. Harry Brooks, 20G north nineteenth street. Mrs. Kolp's closing dancing party in 1. U. U. r . hall. Saturday. Wayne County Historical society j i . . meeting at z o'clock in the court house. past two months, returned to Xew l ork yesterday. ; MUTATUS MM US COMEfflfll In Wards and Township to be Held February 29. Chairman Gardner, of the Repub lican county central committee, says that on February 29 ward and town ship conventions will be held to select delegates to the district and congres sional conventions. (Continued from 1st page.) 1 rogram Lots Mrs A social hour and refreshments will follow the initiatory Avork to be given at "Hive" bv the ladies of he Maccabees tomorrow evening. The state commander, Mrs. Grace Mere dith, of Wabash, will be present, and full attendance of the lod v . ticipated. lord stands in the way of a citizen's best interests stands in theway of progress; stands for the old order of things and against the new. But im mediate and selfish interest should not be permitted to govern one thus me interest of the city should be thought of also. Just as soon as this matter is definitely settled and no in terest is jeopardized the names wil be given, but now it is thought bes to Avithhold them. TWO MtlRDEBS i t m the Tuesday Willi lr,.o T T V , iniu jiij. x. a. x til " USUIl, South Eighth Saturday evening at Street Friends' church., at which ti,ue City Engineer Weber will speak. The committee on boulevards and parks, of which Dr. Bowers is chair man, will be made up of Dr. Bowers 's council committee of the same char acter, of which he, is also chairman. This was so stated at this meeting At the meeting of Aftermath 103 south sixteenth street, yesterday afternoon, the paper on the program to be given by Mrs. Erie Reynolds, came in the fomi of a letter from Los Angeles, where Mrs . Reynolds is spending the winter. She wrote of the clubs of California, in a most in teresting manner. The "paper" was proof of the thorough study its au thor had made of the subject, and de lighted the hearers. The noted "Fri-i day Morning club," the "Ebell" and "The Ruskin Art" clubs were men tioned, some of the club houses, and several of the rooms and furnishings were described. Following Mrs. Re3'nold's letter was a general discussion of the "Pre vention of the Smoke Xuisanee " which was led by Mrs. Ferguson. Xext week the Aftermath was to lave had an evening meeting, but it was decided yesterday to make it a "guests' day" afternoon meeting with Mrs. L. C. Boyd, 10S south eighteenth street. EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE Of Citizens Industrial Association Ended Work. (By Associated Press.) Indianapolis, Ind., Feb. 24. The executive committee of the Citizens' Industrial association of America ended its work today. Organizers will be sent out at once. Several na tional organizations of employers ap plied for membership. The commit tee pledged its moral support to the coal operators of Ohio, Indiana. II- tlinois and Western TVnrsvli- nmi in - . i v. mioj i f tuna All case of a strike. It was directed that the organization have a department for the special .purpose of prosecut ing persons guilty of violence in labor 51 'iltl The engagement of Miss Marv J. Gift to Mr. Charles F. Mason, of St. Louis, has . been announced. Miss Gift is a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. disputes. - GRAIN MARKET. Chieago,Feb. 24. Wheat $1.00 1-2, May corn 53 7-Sc, May oats, 4Gc. In Four Days at South Bend, This State. (By Associated Pres.-;.) South Bend., Ind., Feb. 24. Dur ing a quarrel today John Kovach shot and killed August Hovarth. This is the second murder in four days. MAY run i m .AT IV H f ! f Ji And Other Grain Opening and Clos ing Prices, by O. G. Murray. May wheat opened this morning at $1.05 and elui at -fl.OG 1-2. July wheat, 03 5-Rc to 04 l-4c. Closed, 06 1-Sc. May corn closed at 07 1-4. May oats closed at 40c. May pork closed at $10.25. RCCEIVER ASKED The buildings on the site pur chased by the government for a new postoflice will be sold at public auc tion next Saturday, the 27th, at 10 o'clock a. m. This is an opportunity to ge.t a bargain in building material. Iron fence will be sold also. 24-3t RIFLE MATCH. Xext Thursday is the regular riHe shoot at the Athletic nark. Every body is invited to shoot. Come early and bring your gun. DEATHS AND FUNERALS. Gormon The remains of Clarence Gormon, who died in Texas, will ar rive here from Kokomo this evening at 4 o'clock and be taken direct to Centerville, to the home of Mr. Lloyd Hill, where the funeral services will be held. Burial will occur immedi ately after in Centerville cemetery. TURNKEY LONG.. John Long, who is turnkey at the Indianapolis police statkm is a Wayne County man. He was born in Milton and moved to Dublin where he lived until the breaking out of the war. iie enlisted in the 15th Indiana cavalry and served with distinction until '64, when" he was captured and held in Andersonville prison for a period of eight months. He returned to Dublin after his release and soon afterward moved to Indianapolis where he has lived since. He is said to have locked up more prisoners than any man that ever held a simi lar position at the Indianapolis sta tion Mi W SOME THOUGHTS (By Associated Press.) Indianapolis, Ind., Feb. 24.Xewton Tood brought suit for the appoint ment of a receiver for the Ilecla Con solidated Mining company today, on the ground of insolvency. The charge of insolvency is denied. Special Fares to Dayton via Penn sylvania Lines. Excursion tickets to Dayton, ac count Ben Hur performance will be old March 1st from London, Morrow Springfield, Richmond and intermedi- te ticket stations on the Pennsylva nia Lines, good returning Ar.irr.1i V? inclusive. ' Elicited by the Finding of theN Ramb ling Sayings of a Lawyer. We are all pretty well versed in nursery rhymes, and the Mother Goose series, we have since infancy heard repeated over and over again. '""V L" aim eyriy ro rise, Makes a man healthy, . wealthy and wise." But here is another version that strikes us as being original as it comes from the fertile brain of a prominent attorney who visits the court house frequently. While prac ticing on the type-writer he produced the following which is very likely to immortalize him: "When the sun rises it is time to get up. But there are times when the sun does' not appear above the horizon. Then what are you going to dot Why I would just turn over and go to sleep; that would be the sensible thing to do!" The question now arises, what would he do if the weather was rainy? - . . -i , , -i -Mrt