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RICHMOND DAILY PALLADIUM, SATURDAY, APRIL 2, 1904.
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"v Western League Standing.
Clubs. Played. . W. L. Pet.
Richmond 83 .48 35 . .578
Marion 83 46 37 .554
Muncie 84 4C 38 .548
Anderson .. .85 45 40 .520
Indianapolis' ....83 34 51 .400
EI wood 86.. ' 34 52 .395
Indianapolis played at Anderson
last night- and lost. P.annon and
Pierce played championship games.
Score Anderson, 4; Indianapolis.
1. Stops Bannon. 42; Mallory, 17.
Referee Robert Fisher Attendance
600. -
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Muncie played at El wood last night
and lost to Soxy's team by. a 11 to 6
score. Great polo was, played in the
second period. It was the first game
won bv the Grays in three weeks.
Score-Elwood 11; - Muncie, 6.;
Stops Sutherland,. -52; Cusick, 47.,
Fouls Lvons ; Sutherland. Atten-;
dance 300. Referee Moran.
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Central League Standing.
CI ubs. Played. V', ( ; L. Pet.
Fort Wavne .87 5(1 31 .644
Lafavette ...".73.," 311 3t .534
Terre Haute '..84 43 . 41 .512
Kokomo .. ..74 .37 " 37 .500
Danville .. ..79 30 ' 40 ' .404
Logansport ...85 33 52 .388
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Lafayette won from Kokomo at the
former plice last night. The, first
period was a slugging match.
Score Lafayette, 4; Kokomo, 1.
Stops Tibbits. 44; Cashman, 55.
Referee Kilgara. Attendance 729.
Fort Wayne played at Terre Haute
last night and lost. Jason was out
of the game on account of illness".
Score Terre Haute, 8; Fort
Wayne, 3. Stops Sutton, 38; Mul
len, 36. Referee- Caley. Attendance
1,000.
Notes.
Muncie r-lavs here tonight. Every
reserved seat has been sold, but there
will be standing room. A good game
of nolo will be witnessed..
The season is drawing to a close.
Richmond'.' last game will be next
Saturday night, April 9th.
State of Ohio, City of Toledo, as.
Lucas County.
Frank J. Cheney makes oath that
he is senior partner of the firm of F.
J. Cheney & Co., doing business in
the city of Toledo, County and State
aforesaid, and that said firm, will pay
the sum of ONE HUNDRED DOL
LARS for each and every case of Ca
tarrh that cannot be cured by the
use of Hall's Catarrh Cure.
FRANK J. CHENEY.
1, Sworn to before me and subscribed
in my presence, this 6 th day of De
cember, A. D. 1886.
(seal) A. W. Gleason,
k-4 Notary Public.
Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken inter
nally, and acts directly on the blood
and mucous surfaces of the system.
Send, for testimonials, free.
F. J, CHENEY & CO., Toledo, O.
Sold by all druggists, 75c.
Hall's Family Pills are the best.
"Ideal Bread is the height of per
fection knewn to the baker's art.
I "Get the habit" of eating "Ideal
read" ihat delicious flavor con
tained in to other loaf.
Job work promptly done at the Pal
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SOCIAL REALM
CAMBRIDGE CITY
VERY ENJOYABLE MEETING OF
THE REBEKAH SOCIETY
WITH MRS. DOLL
CHANGING OF
RESIDENCES
One of tho Piincipal Events Visitors
in and Out of Town.
Miss Helen Garvin visited friends
itt-J3entondlle.Thday2t--:'-.-r :
j The Rebekah society, held a very
enjoyable meeting with Mrs George
Doll Thursday afternoon. .; f
Miss Goldie Myers, after; a serious
illness, is able to be up, and seems.to
be improving.
Mr. and Mrs. John Beard are mov
ing from the flat above Ohmit's de
partment store, into the Van Meter
property, oi west Church street.
The Cbiistian Dorcas society met
with Mrs. Lon Beyers Thursday afternoon-
:
.Mrs. McCaffrey was in Richmond
yesterday. f -
Mr. and Mrs. Will Beard, of In
dianapolis, and Mr. and Mrs. Wright
Snarks. of Dublin, were the guests
of Mr. and Mrs. O. E. White today.
Quite a number from this city at
tended the dance in Centerville Thurs
day evening.
Mrs. Charles Toib will entertain
the M. E Home Missionary society
Thursday afternoon.
Mrs. Gus Garrett and daughter,
Dora, will visit Mr. and Mrs. Stan
ley Guytou, in Richmond tomorrow.
The Union social club will hold its
next meeting with Mrs. George Doll,
Tuesday afternoon.
Dan Petro is moving his familj
from their former residence on eas.
Bovd building.
The Standard Manufacturing com
pany, were unable to run yesterday
on account of the high water.
Some caes of scarlet fever are re
ported in Dublin.
j Professor Edward Doyle will give
an haster oance Monday evening.
Howard Beeson, Edgar Ault and
Charles Hess visited friends in
Knightston'n yesterday.
Mr. W. S. Tntorow and son, Fred,
will spend Sunday with relatives near
Willow, Tnd.
Mrs. W. J. null and daughter, "Miss
Alma, are the guests of friends in
Columbns.
M rs. Harry Bond was in Rich
mond Thursday.
The J. O. of B's will give a . dance
in the K. of P. hall Friday, evening,
April 8th.
Mrs. Wit! Pike was the guest of her
mother in Spiceland 3esterday.
The Thrust of a Lance
is scarcely more agonizing than the
recurrent pains in the abdomen whih
follow the eating of improper food or
too free indulgence in ice-wafer. The
immediate cause of cramos ard colic
is often the distention of the bowels
by gas. Quick relief follows the us
of Perry Davis' Painkiller. Careful
housekeepers give it.... tlie place of
honor in the family medicine chest. 1
SOCIAL CALENDAR.
Saturday.
History Club meets with Mrs.
Mary Whiiiidge, 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.
Evening 6ocial Club meets at the
Country Clubhouse. ''
The souih eighth street open church
will have a pronouncing school this
evening. Lists of words will be sub
mitted for pronunciation according to
standard authorities. A large at
tendance of church members and
guests are expected.
The afternoon whist party given
yesterday in the Elks' club rooms was
attended by the usual number of
ladies who enjoyed . several, hours at
drive whist, played at ' five tables.
Mrs. Harmon Meyer and Miss Fannie
Meyer :were the hostesses for the aft
ernoon! f At the close of the games
the first prize was awarded to Mrs.
Harry Ncdham, the second prize to
Miss Mar jorie Taylor, third to Mrs.
Harry Simmons and the consolation
to Mrs: Oscar Maynard. The atten
dance, was not as large as usual on
account of the disagreeable weather.
The .guests for the afternoon . were
Miss Marjorie Taylor, of Huntington,
W. Va., and Miss Effie Miller, of
Terre Haute. Mises Mary. Jay and
Rae Chandlee were appointed the hos
tesses for the meeting next Friday.
The members of the Tourist club
held a nleasant and interesting meet
ing last; evening at the home of tha
Misses Robinson, on north fifteenth
street. The main feature of the even
ing was an exceptionally fine paper on
"Goethe," by Professor Dennis, of
Earlham, which was one of the most
instructive papers read t before the
club this season. Prof. Dennis gave
a brief sketch of the great dramat
ist's life, commenting on the broad
nature of his life as poet, dramatist
and noted scientist. A fine review and
excellent "interpretation of , "Faust,"
Goethe's greatest drama, was given,,
and was followed, by a general; dis
cussion. The xegular program for
last night was van "All ; Fools '
Nkrht." but, since yesterday was
Good Friday it was decided to post
pone the .'.5A11 Fools'-" evening until
Artril 15th. when the program, ar-
ranged by Mrs. McCabe.: and Mr.
Dougan, will be given at the home of
Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Dougan, on north
tenth street..
The Ladies' Aid society of the
First Presbyterian church met yes
terday afternoon in the church par
lors. Owing to the illness of the
oresident. Mrs. Earhart, Mrs. J. R.
Rupe, vice president, presided. The
session was devoted ;to the transaction
of business until 3 o'clock, after
which the members spent the time in
sewing and in a social hour.. The at
tendance was quite large. The next
meeting of the society will be in the
church parlors on April 15.
1
The Frances E. Willard W. C. T.
U. held its regular meeting yesterday
afternoon at the home of Mrs. Ruth
A. .Hunt, north seventeenth street.
The subject for the afternoon was
"The Work of the Y. W. C. T. U.
against th.3 .Traffic." Several short
but , timely articles bearing on the
subject were read and following them
a general discussion was held. The
trustees that have recently been elect-1
ed are as follows: Mrs. Eliza Morris,
three years; Mrs. Dr. Hopkins, two
years, ahi Mrs. Marietta Overman,
one year. Preparations are being
made" for the district W. C. T.U. in
stitute, which will be held here on
April 14th and 15th. The next meet
ing, of the Prances E. Willard W. C
T. Uj will be held in Rhoda temple.
The Christian Union of the Unit
ed Presbyterian church held a delight-,
ful social last evening at the home of
Mrs. M. E. McCreight, on .- north C
street. About twenty members of the
union and guests were present a. id all
The Finest Cleaner Made
JMlfM
enjoyed a very pleasant evening.
Games and music were the features of
the evening. A dainty luncheon was
served by the hostess.
The regular meeting of the Ladies'
Aid sociery of Grace M. E. church;
which was to have been held yester
day after ioon, was postponed until
next Frida? for various reasons..
j
The next recital of the Richmond
Musical Club will occur Wednesday
evening, April 6th, at the Pythian
Temple. . This is the closing recital
for the year 1903-1904, and the pro
gram to be rendered is one of unu
sual interest, being composed mostly
of Modern German Music. This pro
gram is under the direction of Mrs.
Harry H. Weist and Miss Edna Heck
er, and they' have been exceptionally
fortunate in seeming the assistance
of Mrs. Clifford S. Bennett, a noted
soprano of Cincinnati. Mrs. Bennett
possesses i voice of tyrie quality and
even .register, and sings with" much
feeling and expression. She has ev
erywhere met with marked success
and Cincinnati feels justly proud of
her, since the greater part of her ed
ucation has been received from the
institutions and instructors of that
great musical center.
Miss Heeker, who will also appear
on the program, needs no introduc
tion to a Richmond audience, as her
ability as a pianist has long been rec
ognized, and her playing is - always
listened to with much interest and
pleasure. Following is the program:
(a) Caecile Strauss.
(b) Audi Kleine dinge Wolf.
(c) Veiborgenheit Wolf.
Mrs. Clifford Bennett.
Sonata Op 5 Strauss.
Adagio cantabile Scherzo.
Allegretto vivo.
Miss Edna Hecker.
(a) Meine Liebe ist Grun Brahms.
(b) Meine ruh ist hin Graben
Hoffman. Mrs. Bennett.
Intermezzo Op 76 No. 3 Brahms.
Intermezzo Op 9 Strauss.
Magie Fire Scene Wagner-Bra ssin
- Miss Hecker.
(a) Sunshine ' Song Goring-Thom-as.
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' (b) Have' "the peddler German.
(c) Sweet o' the year Willeby.
; Mrs. Bennett.
Remember that Ideal Bread is
made by The Richmond Baking Co.
only. Red, white and blue labels on
every loaf , For sale by all grocers.
MARKET
Quotations From O. G. Murray's Ex
changeClosing Prices Chica
go Market.
-...964
July ....... .89
Corn.
May 57
July ....... "... 53
Oats.
May 41
July 39
Pork.
May .....$13.30
July 13.52
THE OPEN CHURCH.
The sou:h eighth street open church
will have a pronouncing school this
evening. Lists of words will be sub
mitted for pronunciation according to
standard authorities. AH are invited
to come and participate in this profit
able exercise.. -i
When You Go Into a Drug Store
to get a bottle of Painkiller, examine
it . carefully to see if it is made by
Perry Davis, and don't be persuaded
to take something "just as good" be
cause it is a few cents cheaper.,-There
is only one Painkiller, 'Perry
Davis':" Large bottles 25 and 50c. 1
"Ideal Bread" is delivered fresh to
the. grocer every morning. Insist on
having it; take no other. , -
, . Don't forget to look for the Red,
White and Blue label when buying
bread. "Tdeal."
! . .
"Ideal Bread" is just like mother
used to bake at home; a close grain
and substantial.
TOR SALE Old papers for sale ai
the Palladium office, 15 cents
hundred and some thrown in.
JOB WORK PROMPTLY DONE
AT THE PALLADIUM.
AN ELEGANT SHOWING OF
NEW EFFECTS IN
'ready-made
garments
FOR SPRING
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Strong & Garfield's Fine Shots are now in and
ready for your inspection.
FRED C LAHRMAN
718 MAIN STREET
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Cures all errors of refraction without dilating the pupil.
Eyes tested free. All work, guaranteed.
Office Hours 8 to 12; J:3Cfto 5:30;7 to 9
People's Exchange
STORAGE Ground floor, sixteenth
and Main. Vera Smith.
TOR SALE OR TRADE A good
new 8-ineh well boring machine and
complete outfit for making watei
wells. Have made two wells a day
with a machine like it. Must quil
work on account of age. S. B
Huddleston, Dublin. 14-
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
, resentatives for a high, class mag
azine. Large commissions. Cash
prizes. Write J. N. Trainer, SO East
Washington Square, New York, N. Y.
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FOR SALE Farm of 120 acres, 75
acres cleared; all levelj 35 acres
seeded; 20 acres of grain, on place;
good barn and shed; small house; 2
miles from town; 50 fruit trees, part
bearing; cheap at $20 per acres. Ad
dress J. ;J. Sardis, Traverse City,
Michigan,: Route 1. 31-6t
comfortable suit to most
men is the single breasted
sack suit illustrated here.
The coat is loose fitting and
has Droad hand-padded shoul
ders, which gives it the "wide- '
chested" effect that is now so
fashionable.
It is undoubtedly ' the most
popular suit of the day.
The fabrics used are Worst
eds, Cheviots and Cassimeres in
beautiful plaids, neat stripes,
new mixtures and checks, and
AH the Standard Black
and Blue Materials
Other styles and other fabrics
are here, and all of the
same high quality.
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or Velour Calf Shoes.
$3.50 a pair.
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For Ladiesi' Ideal Patent Leather Kid Shoes,
lint. Hand Turn, new Heel and Toe.
A shoe well worth $3.60.
I
FOR SALE Fine building lots, not
far froai street ear line, lie high
and dry, underlaid with sand, good lo
cation; . adjoining houses rent high
Sand for sale, GOO north nineteenth
street. 2-3t
FOR RENT Two houses, land for
! cultivation, or by lot for garden
ing, five rooms, second floor; fruit
trees, water, fresh air, quiet, 600
north nineteenth street. ; '
WANTED Some one for market
gardening to put in six acres; must
be experienced in market garden
ing. Money rent or on shares, 600
north ninenteenth street.
FOR SALE A good paper route.
Willard Jessup, No. 29 north nine
teenth street. '
FOR RENT Three upstairs rooms,
-unfurnished, with bath, water and
gas, to tho right party. Apply 123
south tenth street. Thone 1531. 2-3t
WANTED- R. W. Nye has arranged
to supply original Perfection Mat
tresses. Richmond people who have
used them 6 to 8 years will give tes
timony., R. W. . Nye, 41 south
twelfth street. e-o-d3t
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