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ElCIHf OND DAILY PALLAEIUH. MONDAY, MAltCH 28, 1004.
nvn i SCOTT'S EMULSION is., for babies ; and children who are thin and pale when they ought to be fat. and ruddy; for men and women who are weak and delicate when they ought to be strong and hearty for all who are not getting proper nourish ment from their food. Poor blood, thin body, open the door for disease. Scott's Emulsion bars the way. Makes the blood richer, pro duces healthy flesh and above all provides nourishment. Avoid .these so-called wines, cordials and extracts of cod liver oil that are pre pared for the taste only, con tain none of the .value of cod liver oil and which contain a large percentage of alcohol. Scott's Emulsion has been the reliable cod liver oil pre paration for over a quarter of a century. We'll send you a sample free upon request. SCOTT & BOWN E. 409 Pearl Street. New York FOIL Western League Standing. Clubs. Played. W. Li. let. Richmond SI 47 34 .5S0 Marion ......80 44 36 .550 Muneie . .81 ' 44 37 .543 Anderson 81 42 39 .519 Indianapolis .82 34 48 .415 Elwood ..S3 33 50 .398 Richmond played a fast and inter esting game Saturday night at the Col iseum with the Elwood Grays. El wood was outplayed at every point. In the first period a fine exhibition of polo was witnessed. The score to ward the last, was one-sided and Richmond didn't make a sreat effort to enlarge i.po it. Line-up and sum mary: Richmond. .. Position. .. Elwood Hone . . . . . .First Rush Roberts Cunningham . .Second rush ..Spencer Mansfield. Cunningham, sr .Center. . Fitzgerald Doherty Half back Lyons Jessup v. -.Goal "... .Sutherland First Period. , Bone Caged by Lyons 10:26 Bon? Caged by Spencer . . - :29 Bon.? Caged by Cunninghah jr :54 Bone Caged by Cunningham jr 3-06 Bone ' i . Second Period. . ' Ruslu , Time. Bone Caged by Cunningham jr 4:10 Bone Cagd by Cunningham jr :35 Roberts Cnged by Roberts .. 04 Bone Cage! by Bone 3'10 Bone Caged by Bone 2:21 Bone Caged by Bone 2:00 Bone. Third Period. Bone Caged by Roberts 1:30 Bone Cagei by Doherty . . . 1 :12 Bone Caged by Fitzgerald ....10:51 Bone. Score Richmond, 8; Elwood, 5. Stops Jess'ip, 12; Sutherland, 42. Fouls Roberts. Attendance, 1,000. Referee Patterson. Anderson played at Indianapolis Saturday night and defeated the latter team in an overtime game by the score of 3 to 2. It was one of the hardest fought battles ever witnessed n the floor. Mercer caged the win ning score for Norton's men. Score Anderson, 3; Indimapoljq, B OMBTHING Having decided to convert our store into an exclusive men's and boys' shoe store, we will for the next ten days, beginning with today (Saturday), offer the greatest VI T" ti ct ATTA 1 r jw w- 7" -rr r r mr. i- i- y-v T A - Jl i . 4- s 1 4- r v-wl- -1- M-fc-kt U n 9 bargains in Ladies , Misses rootwear in the btate, and in T "1 1 I days. Below are a few of the 40 pairs Krippendorf s spring styles hand turn shoes, $3.50 grade at Ladies' $2.50 sls, Krippendori's make. Sale price 1 10 per cent, discount on all boys', youths' and little gents' shoes. Remember, every pair of ladies', misses' and children's shoes must be closed out in 10 days. Don't miss the u U . U i hsgrm CHAS. 2. Stops Iiannon, 43; Mnllory, 30 i Fouls Milli'iv Referee Clements. Attendance 1,600. ! The Majrit" City nteu:alion - con tested with Clarion at the Jailer i.lace. Muneie wasn't in it with the Mai ion team. Burgess and Cusie.'c flayed re markable iroal. ' j ,;' Score Marion, 4; Muneie, 1 Stops -iiurgess, 31 jCnsick, 32. Fouls Hsl derness, Firrell. Referee Waiier. Attendance, 1.100. Central League Standing. Clubs. Played. W. L. Fort Wayne . .83 54' 20 Pet: .031 .543 .500 .493 .4S7 .325 Lafayette 70 3S 32 Terre Haut ..SO 40 40 Kokomo 71 35 36 Danville 7G 37 39 Logransport ..SO -20 .' CA Danville plaved at Loansoort last nirht and lost in a clean game. Grif fith was substituted for Moran. Score Loansport, 7; Danville, ;4. Stops Berry, 2S; Weimert,3(i. Ref eree Kilin-a. Attendance l.LOO.j Ft. Wayne, the leaders in the Cein tral League, played at Kokomo laist night and were defeated. Score Kokomo, 10; Fort Wayne, I. Stops Sutton, 41 ; . Cashmanf 34 Fouls Whipple. Attendance 1.200. Referee Caley. " . J Western League Games. This Week. Monday. : Richmond at Anderson. Marion at Muneie. Tuesday. : Marion at Indianapolis. Anderson at Elwood. Wednesday. Anderson at Richmond. Thursday. Indianapolis at Marion. Elwood at Muneie. , Friday. Indianapolis at Anderson. Muneie at Elwood. ........ v Saturday. Anderson at Indianapolis. Muneie at Richmond. Elwood at Marion. MODELS Defeated the City Restaurant Team i. ; Saturday JTiglit. .. t , In one of the hardest fought ama iteur gamCpf ,the geason,".the Models defeated! -i the. City ! Restaurants Sat urday nigh, by a score i- of 8 to 7. The City Restaurant team lost one goal on fouls. The game was pretty rough at times, Engelbert and Crabb having a little tilt in one period. Van Etten, of the Alfords, pliyed 3rst rush for the Models and played a very pood game. I THE LIFE SIZE CRAYON POR TRAIT OFFER. STILL CON TINUES. BRING YOUR PHOTOS AND HAVE THEM ENLARGED. HUNDREDS HAVE TAKEN AD VANTAGE OF THIS OPPORTUN ITY. DON'T DELAY. COUPON WITH EACH S1.00 PURCHASE IN ANY DEPARTMENT. i THE GEO. H. KNOLLENBERG CO. A perfect health food, easy to masticate, easy to digest. "Ideal Bread." Try a loaf of the new "Ideal" and you will be a lasting friend to it. TUESDAY, WEDNESDAY AND THURSDAY, 3 DAYS' SILK SALE. SEE OUR GOODS. MONEY'S WORTH OR MONEY BACK. THE GEO. H. KNOLLENBERG CO. and Children's Shoes, Kichmdnd has ever known. We order to do this, you may bargains we offer you : 40 pairs of pat. Ideal Kid, spring styles, cheap at $3.50, sale price Entire stock of ladies' $2 latest styless, sale price H. FELTMAN V-4 efoiial kqd; $odial BY MR. WAKKKV CLKMKNTS. v. SOCIAL CALENDAR. Monday. Ticknor Club gives evening n.usical at the home of Mrs. Harry Downing. Magazine Club meets with Mrs. Ralph Paige, north twelfth street. Evening Sewing Club holds its reg ular meeting. 'Whist Party at Country Club. Hostesses, Mrs. John Nicholson, Miss Juliet Hollingsworth and Miss May Shiveley. Young Ladies' Aid Society of the Christian caurch meets in the church parlors. Ladies' Aid Society of the United Presbyterian church gives an enter tainment at Pythian Temple. Tuesday. Aftermath meets 'with Mrs. Noah Hutton, north eleventh street. Merry-Go-Round holds afternoon and evening meeting at the home . of Mrs. Ira Wood, northeast of the city. May - Festival Chorus rehearsal in I. O. O. F. hall. ,: . v Christian Culture Class of the Christian church meets in church par lors. "' " . " '' Indies' Auxiliary of South Eighth Street , Friends' church holds an all day meeting in the church parlors. C. W. B. M. of the Christian church meets with Mrs. W. S. Kaufman, south seventh street. Wednesday. Wednesday Thimble Club meets with Mrs. Frvn. Ronth eioll, St.-Pftf Ivv 'Club holds ' regular meeting. Place annonnced later. J. : . ; Home Missioiiary. Society, of f the First M. E. church meets. Duplicate Whist-Club holds meet- ' ingrf with T Mrs. Mark. .Wilson, south thirteenth - street; : (Postponed from a$t week.) , Miss Ruby Hunt gives a morning whist party in honor of Miss Ella ! Miller of Tcrre Haute, i Thursdav. "'Hast -End Whist' Ciulx meets with Mrs. Fred; Jayj -t?ast tjf the, city. f Occult Research Society meets with Mr. and Mrs. fames' McNeill, south thirteenth street. U-Go-I-Go Club holds -its regular i meeting. j Thursday afternoon -Sewing HCTub meets. Place announced later. Friday. ! Afternoon Whist party in Elk Club loomSi iiHostesses, Mrs. Harmon- Mey er and Miss Fannie Meyer. Ladies' aid Societv of the First -Presbyterian church holds its regular meeting. Tourists hold an "All Fools Meet lng." Ladies' Aid Society of Grace M. E. church hold? regular afternoon social. Frances E. Willard W. C. T. U. meets with Mrs. Ruth Hunt, ' north seventeenth street. Saturday. History Club meets with Mrs. Mary, Whitiidge, south eighth street.. . Nomands hold their regular meet ing with Mrs. . Salter, novth fifth street. ; Open, church meeting at the South Eighth Slieet Friends' church. Eemng Social Club meets at the Country Clt'bhouse, Mr. and Mrs. Perry J. Moss enter tained a number of their friends Sat urday evening at a delightful whist party at their residence, 137 south thirteenth street. The parlors were carry away ourjadies , misses the latest i - -. if?!". v e .ct w fffi .... ma 4i-J!P no . . nil NEW One lot of high French heels, Ideal , kid, $5.00 grade, La sale price 00 shoes One lot $3, $4 and i A .It T?1 to 4, notning wiaer than C, sale price y f iYWi U XJ u Corner Clglith Successors to ,.'. oil. .i. i it Sfew$. elaborately decorated in pink and white, flowirs and palms, ferns and other potted plants. Pink and white furnished the color scheme for the evening, this scheme being carried out in the decorations and refreshments. Pink and white carnation favors ac companied the place cards. Six tables were present, and the guests enjoyed t very pleamt evening at whist. Two beautiful prizes were given, Mrs. Henry Sherman winning the ladies' prize, and Will Seeker the gentle men's. Elegant refreshments were served at the whist tables, which were also ornamented with pink and while. The out of town guest was Mrs. Ella McDivitt, of Eaton. Miss Warrick entertained last Fri day evening for her guest, Miss Car rie Personnett, of Richmond. About twenty guests were present and the evening was delightfully spent.A two- I apolis;News. """"" .1 : Miss Helen Votaw entertained last week in honor of her guest, Miss Louise Purcell, of Richmond. The guests invited to meet her were Misses Ruth and Ethel Boaz, Edna Bennett, Ethyl Hutchinson.Laura Ar nold, Freda and Opal Phelps, Lena Carter and Messrs. Walter Holt, Wal ter Gipe, Ernest Arnold, Frank J iouuican, Jons nue, Jobs White. Howard. Shank, Moses Arenson and Frank Myers.-uraay journal i An operetta, entitled "A Frolic in the Cooking Class," was presented by the girls of Tudor hall, Indianapolis Saturday-night. Among" those taking part in "the cast were Miss Florence Smith and Miss Opal Husson, both of "his city, vrho are students at that seminary. The emngement of Miss Louise Van Uxem, of Oakland, Cal., to Prbf. Chappie, of Leland Standford univer sity, has been announced, the wedding to take " place the early part of next month' nMiss Van Uxem is a daugh ter of Frank Van Uxem, of Oakland, Cal. fo'fnierly of , .this " city. Mrs.' Mary I. Grant," of ""this city, who is now sojourning in California, will at tend the wedding. A large number of young people at tended the dance given at I. O. O. F. hall Saturday nijrht. These dances have proved very enjoyable and pop ular sociai events. The Alpha Gamma Phi Sorority of Shortridgo h:gh school gave a delight ful dancing party Friday evening at Brenneke academy. Some seventy live young society people Ave re pres ent. Among the out-of-town guests was Miss Louise Purcell, of Rich mond,who is the guest of Miss Helen Votaw. Indianapolis News. ' The Saturday Evening Social club, composed of Country club members, gave the regular weekly party Sat urday night at the clubhouse. The evening was delightfully spent in whist, some four, tables being pres ent. Prizes ware awarded and re freshments were served. The next meeting of the club will be next Sat urday evening at the Country club house. want to make room for the For and children s shoes at almost your own price, as they . $3.50 price $5 shoes, sizes 2 1 -J- JM mm mWK. $1.4 and black, $3 and $4 shoes, sale price and' Main Streets Ed. F. Mashmeyer " jj N. ffir --- - We are showing a and extens ive line Thoroughly and tailored in the new Loehr & K I lite 725 Main Street The open church meeting at South Eighth Street Friends' church Satur day evening was well attended. Mu sic was the feature of the evening, several fine selections being given. The program was as follows: Piana Solos Miss Elizabeth' Hase meier. (Three numbers). Vocal So'ios Miss Marie Kaufman. (Two numbers). Reading from Riley J. J." Dickin son. (Three selections). Piano Duet Misses Alice Ivnoilen berg and Esther Besselman. Miss Maude Lamb, who was to' have given a vocal solo, had to' be excused on account cf a severe coid. r People's Exchange STORAGE Ground floor, sixteenth and Main. Vera 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-tf FOR SALE Old papers for sale at the Palladium office, 15 cents hundred and some thrown in. FOR SALE A new ten-volume Am ericanized Cyclopedia Britannica. Inquire at Palladium office. It's a bargain for some one. WANTED Men or women local rep j resentatives for a high class mag lazine. Large commissions. Cash prizes. Write J. N. Trainer, 80 East . Washington Square, New York, N. Y. j tf LOST Black pocket-book containing $1.85, between south fifteenth and south eleventh. Return to this office. LOST A brooch in on south ninth i street, C or south eighth. Return to 431 south eighth and receive reward. JT1; most complete and up-to date stock of Men's and Boys Krippendorf's patent colt hand turn, One grade, sale Ladies' shoes for house wear, tan One at, bargains. Sarsaparilla The doctors' Sarsaparilla; the kind they have used for over 60 years. No other Sarsapa rilla like it. kc-.in.;: ft very beautiful of Gravenette Costs Very stylish and service able for both sunshine or rain & jfi & Made of new desirable materials in modest mix tures, also stripes and plaid patterns g & & Waterproof up - to - date styles. 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 old and young, and prices reasonable. Open lights. Mrs! K. N. Banker 1012 Main St. Westcott Hotel Block. Richmond, Ind. TO BUY A cheap lot. Must be east of river. Will pay cash. Come and see me. T.B.W00DHURST ic C3tu. men n ttuu XJuy o must be sold in the next ten lot of ladies' hand sewed welt shoes, cheap at $3, & O - IE I sale price. lot ol misses' shoes per pair MATED GEO . W. DEUKER