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D- Haif i tVlqbr : ' ?' reroial aielf:: Sold for sixty years. You must know about it. It must have merit. Must be good. Ask any of your neighbors. i&fJS&i: lit Social J?X Mil. ' CtEMENTS. "13 c 3C : mcnnoirc) daily palladiuis. Thursday, march 31, 1904. r n ,rLf " , It s v v 1 f Absolutely Pure - o f OH Eg a PJIsiMob9 off DffosMfo J FOIL J: Western League Standing. Pet. .578 .549 .549 .524 .410 .393 The leaders in the Western league continued lo win last night and took a game from Anderson with little dif ficulty. It was only in the third per iod that Anderson was permitted to score. Bone Avas out of the game for a short time in the first period and Cunnihsham, sr., took his place, male injr a groal in 1 :50. Mansfield and Doherty were both sick, but remained in the ?amc ; and played fine polo. Line-up and summary: Richmond '"PjD?ition. .Anderson. Bone ...... First rush Mercer " Wodike, Cunningham .Second rush Craig Mansfield Cent- Miller Doherty.. ... ...Half back .Gardner Jessup- ...... Goal Mallory First Period. Rush. Time. Bone Caged "by Bone :04 Bone Caged by Cun'gham. sr... 1:50 Cunningham Caged by. Bone ..9.04 Bone Caged by Cunningham. . .3 :00 Second Period. . ,. , Bone Caged by Bone 1:49 Bone Caged by Cunningham ..5:52 Bone Casreu'by Bone- ". 4:10 Bone.. : 'IHF Third Period. Mercer Cacred by Doherty ....2:27 Bone Caged by Gardner 5:14 Bone Cagd by Mercer 2:01 Bone Caged by Cunningham ..2:46 Bone. - - Score Richmond, 9; Anderson, 2. Stops Jessup, 34; Mallory, 40. Fouls Miller. Doherty. Attendance 1, 200. Referee Waller. Central League Standing. Clubs. PJayed. W. L. Richmond 83 4S 35 Marion '. f ....82 45 37 Mnncie . . ,...82 .45 37 Marion Anderson ,. ..84, 44 40 Indianapolis . .S3 34 49 El wood 84 33 51 Clubs. Played. W. ; L. Pet. Fort Wayne . .85 50 29 .659 Lafayette ....72 38 34 .528 Kokomo .. ..73 37 36 .507 Terre Haute ..82 41 41 .500 Danville ..78 38 40 .487 Logansport ;..82 26 6 .317 Logansport plajed at Fort Wayne last night and was defeated. Menard and Moran were out of the game. Fos ter played center, Olle on the rush line and Griffith at half back. Score Fort Waj-ne, 7; Logansport, 5. Stops Sutton, 38; Berry, 24. At tendance, . 930. Referee Jvilgara. -. Kokomo played at Lafayette Iat night and defeated the Sycamores. " Score Kokomo, 5; Lafayette, 1. Stops Tibbitts, 46; Cashman. 36. Referee Caley. Attendance 750. Alfords Won an Exciting Overtime . Game. -One j of .the best, if not the best amateur, polo games played here this season was that betweert the Alfords and the Fairviews at the Coliseum last 'night. The . game wa3 just rough enough to make it interesting. First Rush Williams, of the Alfords, and Second Rush Quigley, of the Fairview team, had a little scrap, but were separated by Alexander. At the end of the third period the score was a tie 2 and 2 and, after two min utes overtime, Van Etten cage J the winning goal. ...... Both Heams put 'up strong defmse,-r " Provider! one hundred and fifty tickets are sold, there will be a special train run to Marion Thursday after noon, April 7tli, to witness the last polo game. The fare will be $1 for the round trip. Two hundred re served seat rink tickets, center sec tion, will be on sale at the Westcott pharmacy Saturday morning. For "Goodness sake' eat "Ideal Bread." Easter eggs, chocolate eggs, decor ated eggs, bird eggs, cream centers and all good to to eat at Price's. CAMBRIDGE CITY OF CONSIDERABLE INTEREST BOTH HERE AND THERE . COMINGS AND GOINGS. AND SOCIAL AFFAIRS i h Several Parties Shopping in This City Erl. McCaffrey Suffering With His Eyes. William II. Donejr made a business trip to Richmond Tuesday. Mrs. M. L. Bowermaster was in Richmond Tuesday afternoon. Mr. Tay'or, of Hagerstown, was in Ibis city on business Tuesday. Mrs. William J. Hull was called to Richmond yesterday on account of the serious illness of her niece. Mrs. Curt Williams, of Indianapo lis, is the guest of friends and rela tives in this city. Bert Medsker made a business trip to Richmond Tuesday. i Mrs. Lightner was shopping in Richmond Tuesday afternoon. . E. E. Beeson left yesterday morn ing for Indianapolis and vicinity.- Mrs. James Dennis and daughter, Kathrynne, of Richmond, were the I guests of friends here yesterday. Elihu Mills and daughter, Miss Grace, visited friends in New Cas tle yesterday. Mrs. Charles Leab is visiting friends in Richmond this week. The National Drill company shipped a car load of cultivators to Shelby ville yesterday. O. E. White made a business trip to Connersville Tuesday. Mrs. Alice Pierce, of Indianapolis, is visiting friends and relatives here. ,C. T. Wright will use an experi mental drill of; the National Drill company's to sew his oats crop. A large crowd attended the: Ep worth league social at the home of Miss Mildred Doney, Tuesday even ing and 'nil- report having spent a very enjoyable evening. ' Mr. Ed. McCaffrey left for Chiea go Tuesday, where he will have "an operation performed on his eyes. Miss Grace Keiss was in Richmond yesterday. Cream Easter eggs, a fine assort ment, and all good to eat, at Price's. There more genuine mating qual ities about "Ideal Bread" than any other bread. Tee cream chickens made to order for-Easter at Price's. FURNISHES NEWS SOCIAL CALENDAR. Thursday. East End Whist Club meets with Mrs. Fred Jay, east of the city. Occult Research Society meets with Mr. and Mrs. James McNeill, south thirteenth btreet. LT-Go-I-Go : Club holds its regular meeting. Thursday afternoon Sewing Club meets. Place announced later. Friday. . Afternoon Whist party in Elk Club rooms. Hostesses, Mrs. Harmon Mey er and Miss . Fannie Meyer. Ladies' Aid Society of the First Presbyterian church holds its regular meeting. Tourists hold an "All Fools Meet ing." . 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 Whitridge, south eighth street. Nomands hold their regular meet ing with Mrs. Salter, north fifth street. Open church meeting at the South Eighth Stteet Friends' church. Evening Social Club meets at the Country Clubhouse. The regular meeting of the Wednes day Thimble lub was held yesterday afternoon at the residence of Mrs. Stover, south eight street. The at tendance was quite small, owing to the general disagreeable and rainy weather, but those present spent a very delightful afternoon. The time of the session was spent in sewing until about 4 o'clock,, when a light luncheon was daintily served and the club members enjoyed a pleasant so cial hour. The club was invited to hold its next meeting at the home of Mrs. Frye, on south eighth street. The meeting of the Ivy club, which was to have been held yesterday, has been postponed for ' two weeks for various reasons.; f . " Mrs. Mark, Wilson of 126 .south thirteenth street, was. the hostess yes terday for a meeting of the Dupli cate , Whist, club, . This meeting had been postponed from bast Wednes da3' on account of other social affairs that afternoon. The attendance, tak ing into consideration the inclement weather, was pleasaingly large and the ladies enjoyed a very pleasant afternoon ?pent in drive whist. After the games dainty refreshments were served by the hostess. The next meet ing of the club will be at the home of Mrs. Dr. Mendenhall, on Main street. The meeting of the Merry-Go-J Round club at the beautiful country residence o Mrs. Ira Woods, north east of the city, was one of the most enjoyable of the season. The mem bers assembled at the home of Mrs. Charles MeGuire, and, from there, were convened to the home of Mrs. Woods. Despite the weather, a large number of the members were pres-1 ent. The afternoon was delightfully spent in whist, Mrs. Harry Shaw win ning the prize. An eleganl 6 o'clock dinner was served by the hostess. The gentlemen of the club arrived at 7 o'clock and the party formed eight tables of progressive pedro, which was played until about 10 o'clock, when a light luncheon was served. Miss Lamb and Harry Needham won the first prizes at pedro and Mrs. Os car Maynard and John Moore the consolations. The hostess for the next meeting of the club, it was announced, will be Miss Ada Weeghman, of south ninth street. . Married at Grace church parsonage, the Rev. M. S. Marble officiating, Mr. Wiknur Brown to Miss Murl Car ter, both of Richmond. Mr. and Mrs. Brown are well known young people who ?njoy the very best wishes of many good friends. The usual prayer meeting will o- m , ,. , . . i Veans . by dissolving (not awuiuuig; wxc uift or rarzusil. - IBflMD cur at Grace Methodist Episcopal church tonight. The Woman's Missionary society of the First Presbyterian church will meet Saturday afternoon at 2:30 with Mrs. D." L. Mather, 326 north twelfth street. i The Ladies' Aid society of the First Presbyterian church will meet tomorrow afternoon at the church parlors at 2:30. The ladies of the Epworth league of Grace church will hold a market in the Moorman building, near eleventh and Main streets, with all the requisites for a delicious Easter din ner and extend a . cordial invitation to their many friends to call upon them and invest in the edibles ex hibited. BANKS WILL CLOSE. On account of the funeral of the late James E. Reeves our banks will close at 2 p. m. tomorrow, Friday, April 1st. Second National Bank. Union National Bank. Try some of our cured hams, bacon and shoulders. They are fir p. Sehwegmati's. . 31-2t bealTstIt! transfers Prepared by Nathan S. Lamar, Ab stractor of Titles and Justice of the Peace. Office over 510 Main street. Louisa k. Stigall to Fred M. La cey, south half of lots No. 11 and 8 in Fountain City. $500. Clarence C. Brown to , Claude N. Hart, lots No. 8 in Benjamin Ful ghum's addition to Richmond. $900. Jacob Murray to Tobias Murray, part northwest Y-i f section 36, town ship 16, range 12. $1.00. William Hill to Harry Hill, the north 3oiie-half of southwest one fourth section 13, township 15, ranee 1. $900. . Frederick Von Pein to Henry Flen ning, lot No. 3, of Fred Von Pein's sub-divisio;i of Richmond. John S. McGraw to Joseph W.' Stevenson, south one-half of lot 166 in Charles W. Starr's addition- to Richmond. $4,000. Henry St. Clair to John F. Wilcox, part southeast one-fourth of section 32-14-1,. containing 23-100 acres. $40.94. George W. Wilkinson to Mary S. Brooks, lot No. 49 in Hugh Moffitt's addition to Richmond. $500. Jonathan Edwards to Charles Sei berlick; part lot No.-82 in Center ville. $200. John Weibel to Samuel K. Morgan, part lot No. 14 in Bickle and Dou gan's addition to Richmond. $1. Samuel K. Morgan to John W. Weible, part northwest one-fourth 32-14-1. $fi50. John W. Grubbs to Otto S. Ber tram, plart lot No. 71 in original plat of Centerville. $500. Walter Si Commons to Fi-ancis E. Scott and Calvin L. Zehring, part of lot No. 50 on the original plat of Centerville. $1000. Susan Rudy to Daniel A. Rudy, Jr., lots No. 1 and 8 in block No. 22, in the town cf Hagerstown. $700. CHOICE MEATS FOR EASTER. For our Easter trade we will cut some, of the finest steers in the city. Will also have genuine spring lamb, 1904 crop. Plenty of veal, calves from the finest and fattest stock in the country.. Our supply, and stock of pork will be excellent, as we have killed a fine and large Jot of nice young, fat hogs this week. Schweg man's Meit Market. Both 'Phones 1084 and 359. 31-2t , Eighteen ounces of pure bread stuff rn:"Ideal.?' Price's are still handlim oysters daily by express. fresh Order h nice roast or steak and sea if there is any difference from what meat you have been using. Schweg man's men t market. 31-t cream anu inciviauai moulds for Easter, made to order at f 'rice '&. j" -,. AN ELEGANT SHOWING OF NEW EFFECTS IN READY-MADE GARMENTS FOR SPRING LOEHR LAHRHAK EASTER SPECIALS $2.50 $3.00 Boys' and Youths Guaranteed Patent Colt Shoes. See T lie in ! Strong & Garfield's Fine Shoes are now in and ready for your inspection. FRED C. LAHRMAN 718 MAIN STREET )pscDal3 SaO Fgdip ITDu $25.00 Cravenette Rain Coats at $10.50 and $15.00. They are a traveling1 man's sample line from a big easter?i house. Latest style mili tary capes, velvet collar; new style sleeve and brass button trimmed. Do not miss this sale in strictly up-to-date rain-proof coats. j Our sale still continues for the bal ance of the week on the white goods for aprons and dresses, at the remark ably low price of 4yc per yard, six yards for 25c. Also the Scotch Lawns. While only a few are left, we will sell them as long as they last during this week 6 yards for 25c. We will have about C00 jards of the finest of Broadcloth of the Nep tune brand, which is strictly water proof and the regular Broadcloth, which we are going to sell you $1.00 value at 70c and the' $1.50 for 90c. This is less than the .wholesale price on these goods, and any one needing a suit cannot afford to let this oppor tunity pass. Tlie MODEL DBPARTMEUT STORE Both Phones. comfortable suit to most men is the tingle breasted sack suit illustrated here. The coat is loose fitting and has broad hand-padded sbou' ders, which gives it the "wide chested" effect that is now so fashionable. It is undoubtedly the most popular suit of he day. The fabrics used are Worst eds, Cheviots and Cassimeres in beautiful plaids, neat stripes, new mixtures and checks, and All the Standard Black and Blue Materials Other styles and other fabrics are here, and all of the same high quality. & KLUTE i A PAIR for Men's Hand Sewed Patent Leather, Colt, Vici Kid or. Velour Calf Shoes. Worth 3.50 a pair. . For Ladie', Ideal Patent Leather Kid Shoes, Imt. Hand ''Turn, new Heel and Toe. A shoe well worth $3.50. In our grocery department we ar having the best trade we have ever had. We will sell you, while they last: No. 1 Potatoes, $1.10 per bushel. Nice crip square crackers, 5c per pound. ' Ginger Snaps, 5c per pound. 1 Gallon Jug or Can of the Famous Maple Syrup, $1.20 per gallon. Honey Drip Syrup, famous Hood's brand, 35c gallon. 4. pounds of Fancy Head Rice. for 25e. ; . . . - ' D Bars Swift's Pride Soap for 25c, For three days only we will sell the large size box of Gold Dusi, for 18c; other stores get 25c. j Garden Seeds and . Flower Seeds ? other stores sell for 5cf we are selling ( them for 1c per package, j Red onion sets, 3 quarts for 25c. f White onion sets, 10c per quart, i Do not fail to come to our store during this week. We will surely save you money and satisfy you in every respect. Prompt Delivery. 41 x-4 15 Main Street.