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RICHMOND DAILY PALLADIUM, FRIDAY, MARCH 25, 19C4.
FTTH 1 j TV 1 , 4 -A U--A --a fcHttW !. FOIL')! Western League Standing. Clubs. Played. AV. L. Pet. Richmond 79 43 34 .570 Muneie .. ...80 44 3G .550 Marion .. ...78 42 30 .533 Anderson 79 41 38 " .519 Indianapolis . .81 34 37 .420 El wood 81 33 43 .407 Richmond put up a good game of polo at Marion last night. "With a tie score and a minute and a half to play, it looked very serious to both sides. Richmond was lucky in win ning; for, just, at the crucial period, a foul was called on Lewis and the " stuff" was off. Richmond was pen alized three times. Line-up and sum mary: Marion, . Position. Richmond. Lewis .. ....First rush .. Bone Cunningham, sr., MeGilvray .Second rush. Cun 'ham, jr. Jean Center Mansfield Cameron .... Half back . . . .Doherty Burgess Goal ....... Jessup First Period. Rush. Time. Bone Caged by Cunningham.. :40 Bone Caged by Bone 10:22 Lewis Caged by Doherty .... 1:37 Bone. Second Period. Bone Caged by Jean ......... .7:59 Bone Caged by Bone 1:40 Bone Caged by Cameron :45 Lewis Caged by Bone :57 Bone. Third Period. Bone Caged bv McGilvrav .... :10 Bone Caged by Bone 1:33 Bone Caged by Bone .'...4:49 Bone Caged by Lewis 1:35 Bone Caged by Jean 2:14 Bone Caged by Cameron :2G Bone. Sc.ore Richmond, 6; Marion, 5. Stops Burgess, 29; Jessup, 30. Fouls Doherty, Jean, Mansfield, . Lewis, Bone, Lewis. Referee Moran. At tendance 1,900. Muneie defeated Indianapolis last night at the former place in a splen did game of polo. Before the game Referee Waller announced that Nick McGilvray had been traded by Man ager Cohen to Marion for Warner and the latter appeared on the rush line with Dickey pierce. Central League Standing. Clubs. Played. W. L. Pet. Fort Wayne .81 54 27 .667 Lafayette 69 37 22 .536 Kokomo ... .72 37 35 .514 Terre Haute ..79 39 40 .494 Danville .. ..76 37 39 , .487 Logansport ...79 25 54 .316 Ft Wayne played at Logansport last night, and, in a splendid game, won, although it took ten minutes overtime to decide it. Score Fort Wayne, 9; Logansport, 8. Fouls Murphy, Jason. Stops Sutton, 75; Berry, 59. Referee Caley. Attendance 1,000. Kokomo played night and lost. at Danville last Score Danville, 5; Kokomo, 3. Stops Weimert, 29; Cashman, 30, Foul Whiting. Referee Kilgara. Attendance 800. CINCINNATI, RICHMOND & FT. WAYNE RAILROAD COM PANY. Richmond, Ind., March 17, 1904. The annual meeting of stockholders of the Cincinnati, Richmond and Ft. Wayne Railroad company will be held at the office of the company, in the eify of Richmond, Indiana, on THURSDAY, APRIL 7, 190 1, at ten o'clock a. m., for the purpose of electing eleven directors and trans acting such other business as may properly come before the meeting. S. B. LIGGETT, till aprl 8 Secretary. $50.00 to California and Return. Via The Chicago, Union Pacific & North-Western Line, from Chicago, April 23 to May 1. Choice of routes low rates from all points. Two trains a day from Chicago through without going and returning. Correspondingly change. Daily and personally con ducted tourist car excursions. Write for itinerary and full particulars re garding special train leaving Chicago April 26. A. II. Waggener, 22 fifth avenue, Chicago, 111. a Or iUrry:toY. r..-, frrii-shon of the in twtLs.. -;: u-r:t, !r.np:, thorough you take t ' v .r " -C ; ' if fits CABBR1BGE CITY SEVERAL AFFAIRS OF NOTE OF RECENT OCCURRENCE JOHN A. OVERPECK DEAD Several Social Events Mrs. land's Daughter Very Sick. Out Miss T.nln Tnwrmnn. after a few weeks' visit with her cousin, Edna Ingerman, returned to her home in Noblesville, Wednesday. Will A. Creitz made a business trip to Anderson yesterday. Mr. and Mrs. Will Wissler, Mr. and Mrs. L. M. Young and daughter, Esta, were in Levvisville yesterday to attend the funeral of Mrs. Jsugen, an aunt of Mrs. Young and Mr. Wissler. Mrs. Outland was called to Dayton, Ohio, yesterday on account of the se rious illness of her daughter. Mrs. C. W. D. Jones was shopping in Richmond yesterday. John A. .Overbeek, an aeed and highly esteemed citizen, died at his home in east Cambridge City Wednes day afternoon, after a long illness. He has been a resident of this city for over thirty years. Funeral services were conducted at -the house this aft ernoon. Mr. and Mrs. O. L. Callaway en tertained, a number of friends at their beautiful home, on west Church street, Wednesday evening. Progres sive pedro afforded the evening's en tertainment. Dainty refreshments were served. Mrs. Lee Ault, after a week's visit with friends in Greenville, O., re turned to her home, on north Front street, yesterday. Mrs. Sarah Pierce, of Pleasant Hill, was the guest of friends here yester day. ; Miss Rankin went to Richmond vesterdav to attend the funeral of her aunt, who was brought to that city from Walla Walla, Oregon. ' Joseph Stubbs, of Indianapolis, was the guest of S. B. Fisher Tuesday.! Glenn E. Beeson has a fine new sign in front of his restaurant. Will ' Myers, of Richmond, was' in this city on business Tuesday. Mr. John Dodson made a business trip to Dublin Wednesday. Mrs. M. M. Callaway and Miss Em ma Tzor visited friends in Milton yes terday. Dr. E. II. Thurston and son, Robert, of Hagerstown, were in this city Wed nesday evening. John Mosbaugh has gone to Peru to accept a iKtsition with the C, C. and L. railroad. Mr. and Mrs. Dr. Allen entertained a number if friends Tuesday even ing. Mrs. Churchill and daughter, of Lewisville, were the guests of friends here Wednesday. A valuable horse belonging to Charles Lowery had its leg broken Wednesday evening, and had to be killed yesterday morning. This is quite a loss to Mr. Lowery. Mrs. Will Alford and Mrs. Krei meier, of Richmond, visited Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Miller Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Dr. Harris enter tained Mr. and Mrs. II. B. Miller and Mr. and Mrs. Byra Boyd at an elegant G o'clock dinner Wednesday evening. Glenn Beeson and Lon Harmel were in Richmond Wednesday evening. Misses Clara Dot rich and Edna In irerman attended polo at Richmond Wednesday evening. The Rebekahs entertained a num ber of their friends this . afternoon from 2 to 4 o'clock at the I. O. O. F. hall. Elegant refreshments were served and a general good time was enjoyed by all present. DELEGATES CHOSEN. The election of lay delegates to the annual conference of Indiana Meth odists took place yesterday afternoon and evening at the Fifth Street Meth odist church. The delegate chosen from that church was L. A. Benson, with C. H. Griswold as alternate. These were chose nto represent the Fifth Street Methodist church at the annual conference to be held in Mun eie on April fith ,at which conference the Indiana delegate to the national conference at Lo? Angeles, Cal.7 this summer will be chosen. There was a large attendance of church members at the election yesterday and much in terest'was felt in the outcome. JOB WORK PROMPTLY DONE AT THE PALLADIUM. ieroijaliiid; BY . Mil. WAKKKN" CLEMKNT8. SOCIAL CALENDAR. Today. Closing meeting of the Athenaea with Mrs. L. G. Hill east Main street, Frances E. Willard W. C. T. U. meets- with Mrs. Gormon, south'. eleventh street. - Missionary society of the United Presbyterian church meets in the church parlor. . Afternoon meeting for Ladies of the First English Lutheran church, Whist party for Elk ladies in the Elks' club rooms. Saturday. Whist party by Mr. and Mrs. Perry J. ' Moss, No. 137 south thirteenth street. Saturday afternoon Thimble Club holds its regular meeting. Saturday Evening Whist Club meets at the Country Club. Open church meeting at South Eighth Street Friends' church. Regular dance at I. O.jO. F. hall. ' The South Eighth Street- Friends' church will hold an open church meet ing tomorrow night. Mrs. Guy S. McCabe of south twelfth street, has as her guests her mother, Mrs. Zeigler and sister, Miss Zeigler, of Columbus, O. On account of other social happen- ings the regular meeting of the' East 2nd Whist Club Was postponed yes erday afternoon until this evening. The meeting will be with Miss Mary emon, 22 south seventeenth street. The Whist party to be given Sat urday evening by Mr. and Mrs. Perry Moss, of south thirteenth street, promises to be a very enjoyable so cial event. The regularly fortnightly whist- party will be held at the Country Club Monday evening. 'Vbs hostesses will be Mrs. John Nicholson and the Misses Utlhngsworth and Shivelcy. The ravty Monday eveni :g will be li.c last of iha fceries of fori ulgV ly par ties wtiich have ben jpll at the Count ry Cub this winter, and which mve pit. very eniovab'.a to "the numbers. ''--' The Thursday Thimble Club held I a very pleasant meeting yesterday af ternoon with Mrs. T. C. Harrington, of "The Wayne." The attendance was' large, nearly all of the members being present and a very enjoyable afternoon was spent. The session was devoted to needlework and a general social time. The club adjourned un til after Easter. Neither the date nor place was. decided puon but will be announced later. Baxter school, on the west side, was the scene yesterday of a very pleas-' ant affair. The teachers of the school invited the parents of the pupils to spend the afternoon at the school. A little program was arranged and the room was beautifully decorated with palms and plants and flowers. Miss Cora Eggemeyer sang a number suit able to the occasion, and Mrs. Harry Leon Sullivan responded with a reci tation which was much appreciated. Susie Crowell gave a few selections THE SMART BOY The boy must be strong before he can be smart. The sick boy has his body to at tend to first, even though his brain goes a-begging. Scott's Emulsion gives strong healthy bodies to little boys and girls. By good feed ing and gentle stimulation it paves the way for bright and happy minds. Scott's Emulsion, then the strength of good health, then the bright developing mina t that is often the progress of a weak child. Little daily doses of Scott's Emulsion give strength to weak children and fatten the thin ones. It is peculiarly adapted to children's needs. We'll send you a sample free upon request. SCOTT & ROWNE, 409 Pearl Street, New York. "J- -! Social few.l on the piano. Light refreshments were served, and the afternoon was voted one of real pleasure to parents, pupils and teachers. Mrs. Simmons, Williams and Burns were the hostesses vesterdav after- noon for a second elaborate recep- tion at the home of Mrs. Simmons, south eighteenth street. During the afternoon there were about one hun- jdred ladies present. The hostesses were assisted in receiving iu the re- ception rooms by Mesdames T. J. Golden, Harry Gilbert, Frank Gil bert and Isaac Jay and the assistants in the dining room were , the Misses Grace Robie, Ada Weeghman and Mary .Hill. Miss Marie Campbell presided at the punch bowl. The fa vors yesterday were red carnations. These two delightful receptions rank among the most elaborate and enjoy able social events of the season. ' :'.! The Occult Research Society held a very interesting session last evening at the home of Mrs. Elizabeth Wil liamson, on south tenth street. The large number of members present lis tened to one of the best papers read before the society this season. The subject was "The Culture of the Human Faculties" and the paper was by Mr. Frank Whitesell. This- broad and interesting subject was treated in a manner worth v of the theme, both from the standpoint of science and the standpoint of phre nology and the discussion called forth by the paper at the conclusion of the reading thereof was warm and inter esting and participated in by all the members." The paper was very well written and proved of great interest to the society. The next meeting, the closing one of the year, will be an evening meeting at the home of Mr. James McNeill, on south thirteenth street. Mr. McNeill will have a pa per. The work of the Occult Re search Society this season has been broad, educating and worthy of com mendation and the program of the past year has been more interesting than those of preceding years. fflTI-PfnOCIETY Organized Through the Influence of Principal E. O. Maple. Marion, March 24. Through the influence of the high school principal, E. O. Maple, the girls of the Jones boro high school have organized an Anti-Puff society. The girls have agreed not to wear their- hair with puffs, parted in the middle, and wear it in two braids down the back. Boys may become members of this society by taking the pledge that they wil not P"ff cigarettes or cigars. The society adopted the blue ribbon as their hadge. From this time on the young people of the Grant county school will . ,lot "puff," neither hair, cigarettes or any form of tobacco. This is the first society of the kind ever organized in the state of Indi ana. It is the hope of the school offi cials of Jonesboro that Marion and other Indiana towns will organize similar societies. By the terms of the organization the girls must show greater respect to the youngjnan who wears the blue ribbon. In other words the young man of Jonesboro who does not wear the blue ribbon must "go way back and sit down." There is already a clamor for ribbons. The members are earnest and good results are expected. WHEN HEALTH FAILS do not delay trying a sample bottle of Vitona. It will prove to be the very remedy you need to bring back health. It has cured so many of weak nerves, lungs, liver, kidneys, etc., when other remedies did little or no good. By healing internally, making the blood circulate better and making it purer, it removes every svmntnm nf ill V, r. t;nrrb lame back Ild skin pim l' eic Auom Drug Co., Agents. No douli balls will lay in your stomach, if you eat (he new "Ideal Bread." Safe Investments. If you want first class securities at jrood rates, call on". Thompson's Agency. 22-3t Look for the red, white and blue label when,;' buying bread. Take f i no other "Ideal." " 'J3 TES'iSI If We are showing a '" and extensive line Thoroughly and tailored in the new Loefa'r & Klote 725 Main Street 3E FRIDAY AND SATURDAY BARGAINS . . , Our big leader for these two days will be 1,000 pounds of the Famous Quaker Package Coffee, which is by far the best sell at 15c. "but we will sell you all you over nine pounds to a customer. Also we will sell you the same Oranges as others will charge you 25c for. on hse two days we will sell them for 18c per doz Nice, large, 300 California Lemons 15c per doz. Fresh Country Eggs 15c per doz. Our famous ' Silver Leaf" Flour 70c per sack, $2.75 per cwt. Nice smooth Potatoes $1 10 par bushel. ' i. ;. 13 bars of the best Washing Soap on the market, called '.'Slnap," for 25c. I '' ' Our Dry Goods. Department Our trade is the ixst that it has been since we have come to the city of Rich mond, and for Friday and Saturday we are going to give you thiee leadets in Dram Goods that can not be matched any place. 52-inch wide Voile in blue, -black and brown, sells for $ 1.00 every place for those two days only 69c. Lustrous Tailor Suiting, 27 inches wide, in all tbe leading colors All other . tores sell it at 50c per yard our price, and only one dress pattern to each cus somer, 39c per yard. t The famous Kimberly Nib Crash Suiting, 30 inches wide, just the thing for the new shirt waist suits This sale at only 23c per yard. These goods can be seen in our window, and we wish our customers to take ad vantage of this offer at this exceptionally low price. Remember cash is king, and for the cash we can tell yoa cheaper than anyone can. Remember we give ttamps with all purchases. TlieMODEL DEPARTMENT STORE Both Phones. Grand Millinery Display On March 29-30 You are cordially invited to attend one of the Greatest Millinery Displays in the city HATS To suit oM and young, and prices reasonable. Open Xights. Mrs. K. N. Banker 1012 Main St. Westcott Hotel Block. Richmond, Ind. Notice. ,The annual meeting of the Rich mond Gun club, for the election of officers for the ensuing year, and to effect a complete rc-org-anization of the club, will be held at the office of George B. Dongan, corner eighth and Main streets, Friday evening, March 25th, at 7:30, prompt. All members, ex-members and all who are intei-ested in gun club affairs, are cordially invited to attend this meet ing. G. D. Cole, President, tues-fri "Ideal Bread' '.is made only by the Richmond Baking Co., under fiu ' entire new process. Sarsaparilla Just ask your doctor all about it. He will tell you "It is the best blood medicine you can nnscihlv Ysttxr J.C. ArOo., Lowell, Mmm: very beautiful of Gravenette Costs Very stylish and service able for both sunshine or rain & & & Made of new desirable materials in modest mix tures, also stripes and plaid patterns & & & Waterproof up - to - date styles. package coffee oa the market. Others want for thos etwo days for 11c per lb. Not 411-4x5 Main Street. ORANGES BY THE BARREL THE CHOICEST Pineapples IX IDE MARKET Cabbage, Lettuce, Celery Sweet Potatoes Good as they were at Christm-s. And tte finest line of SELECT DRIED , FRUITS in the city 0. H. HARMEIER riioxE 1111 , The Schneider Carriage company, 47 north eighth street, have a fine lot of finished work on displaj. If you are interested, give us a call and we will welcome you. 23-4t If your grocer don't keep ; "Ideal Bread," telephone Richmond Baking Co., and 1 we will see that your . ' wants, are supplied. JJ2rJ