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RICHMOND DAILY PALLADIUM. WEDNESDAY, APRIL 13, 1904.
EIGHT. LIZ 11 if if II 9 v WE SELL THE CELEBRATED P(fl IS Patterns Best fitting Patterns in the world. Over 1000 patterns sold the first three weeks. Elegant in style, perfect in fit. All seams allowed. 5c, IOc, 15c No Higher The Richmond Palladium WEDNESDAY, APRIL 13, 1904. BOTH PHONES LEE B. NUSBAUM PURE WHOLESOME - - THE NEW - - IDEAL BREAD Quality Above Comparison Less than one month on the market and already the most popular loaf oJE bread sold in Richmond. Save yoyr tags they are valuable. Look for the Red, White and Blue. For sale by all grocers. Made by Richmond Bakine Co. only LOCAL ITEMS Water bills due April 1st. Optical goods at Haner's. Eye glass changed at Haners. 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-fier's. Dr. Markley has returned from a business trip to Cincinnati. Rev. Huber . returned yesterday af ternoon from a week's business trip to Pittsburg. Mrs. Frank Parsons has returned from a short visit with Cambridge City friends. Miss Woodhurst returned Monday night from a short visit to Anderson and other cities. John Manoosoos of Anderson is the guest of his brother, George Manoo soos, of 1032 Main street. Rudolph Leeds returned to Ando ver yesterday after a few days visit with, his mother, Mrs. Jennie Leeds. Miss Ruby Haseeoster of East Main street has returned from a week's visit with Anderson relatives. Miss Florence Smith has returned to Indianapolis to resume her studies after a short vacation spent in this city. Mr. and Mrs. Feldman of south seventh street have returned from Cincinnati Avhere they had been on a short trip. Miss Mary Gaar has returned from j Chicago where she spent Sunday with her , aunt, Mrs. Harry Nye, formerly of Richmond. Miss June Elmer has returned to Forest Glen, Md., to re-enter sehool after a visit with her parents on north eleventh street. Miss Helen Maxim returned to New Castle yesterday after a short visit with Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Greenstreet, of south seventh street. Typewriters, all makes, rented, sold. Rentals, $3 to $5 per' month; Repairs and ribbons for all machines. Tyrell, W. U. Tel. office. 'Phone 26. SWEET PEAS IN BULK. BURPEE'S. ALSO NASTUR TIUMS. PHONE 292. al3 HADLEY BROS. Water bills due April 1st. Kool iieeiD) Store SOME FLYERS FOR ECONOMICAL BUYERS We have spread on our counters in our DRESS GOODS DEPARTMENT Some extra special values in Dress Goods for a Three Days' Sale- Thursday, Friday and Saturday of this wa k. 68c FOR 1.00 VALUE, in 46-inch Etamine. New, desirable shades Navy, Brown, Red and Green. Special price for 3 days. $1.00 Value Jor .68c yd $1.00 FOR $1.25 VALUE, in 58-inch illuminated Novelty Suit ings, snowflakes and pin stripes, very choice for Jacket Suits and Separate Skirts. Three Days Sale Price . .$1.00 yd. 38c FOR 50c VALUE Novelty Suitings, in Plain Colors and neat designs. For 3 days we offer them at the Special Price of ..... .38c yd. 12i2c FOR '25c VALUE, , in yard wide Black Mercerized - Sat teen, 10 pieces. While they last 25c value for .....1212c yd 3c YARD. EXTRA VALUE. 1 Lot 10 pieces 36 in. Percaline, odd shades, regular 15c Talue, For 3 Days We Will Offffer Them . .at" 3c yd 75c FOR $1.00 VALUE. 2 pieces New Snowflake Suitings 53 inches wide Grey mixed and Tan mixed. Special price 75C y& Mrs. Dr. ' Johnsopsterday iu fountain City. ' ' Mrs. Jennie Wilke is visiting Mrs. The above are only a few of the many values to be found in our large DRESS GOODS DEPARTMENT, and you can't afford to miss seeing: our line of over 900 pieces of Dress Fabrics before you decide & , J & NOT njft jf jfr ft p The free portrait offer will be withdrawn SATURDAY, APRIL 16 and XJU we will be unable to take any photographs after that date, so take' ad- & vaniage oi mis otter wniie you can. Th iOI TIT "80. Jti. 8H Knollenber Go, Carr in Springfield, O,, Captain C. J. Murphy, of Indian apolis was in the city today. L. C. Kink returned last night from a trip to Portland, Ind. S. M. Rutherford was a business visitor in Fountain City yesterday. Miss Hill, of 122 south fourteenth street, is very ' ill with appendicitis. W. E. Eicholtz returned last even ing from a business trip to Indianapo lis. E. C. Osborn , and Frank Nixon of New Castle were in the city yester day. Timothy Harrington returned last night from a business trip to Cincin nati. P. J. Connell returned yesterday from Marion where he has been on business. , Mrs. Hardy of Union City spent yesterday as the guest of Mrs. Ben jamin Sands. . . See Neff & Nusbaum's west win dow for cut prices on Douglass and Terhune shoes. 11-tf Miss Ella Wilson returned to New Castle last night after a visit with Miss Ethel Rpwe. Mra. Harry Downing returned lat evening from a short visit with rela tives in Fort Wayne. Mr. and Mrs. Alton Hale left last evening for a short trip to New York and points in the east. Mrs. Julia Gaar has returned from Cincinnati where she has been staying for several days. Miss Grace Guyger of Detroit, Mich., is the guest of Mrs. H. H. Hill of north nineteenth street. Harry Carter returned to Indiana-, polis yesterday after a visit with his mother Mrs. J. M. Westcott. Edwin and John Pureell, who have been visiting in Urbana, O., for a while have reutrned home. Joseph Ratliff returned yesterday from California where he has been spending the past winter. Mr. and Mrs. Wilson have returned to New York after a visit with their daughter, Mrs. Paul Comstock. Mrs. Leveret Haseltine went to New Paris last evening on a week's visit with relatives and friends there. Miss Laura Arnld returned to In dianapolis yesterday evening after a week's visit with Miss Louise Pureell. Miss Fannie Campbell has returned to Chicago after a short visit with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Howard Campbell. Mrs. Freburn returned home yes terday evening from a short visit with numerous friends in East Ger mantown. . Mrs. Sidney Brown and Miss Beu lah Guyton returned to Cambridge City after a visit with Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Guyton. Evangelist William P. Buell is in the city today. He was at one time a citizen of Richmond, but resides now at Westfield. Miss Hattie Eshelman, who has been spending the past few days with Mrs. Clyde Reigle, returned to East Germantown yesterday. Messrs. Lee. and Oliver Nusbaum, J. II. Haines and C. W. Jordan will attend the Franklin township com mencement at Whitewater tonight. Monroeville, O., April 13. The Commercial hotel burned early this morning. . Barney Sickener, a guest, perished. . All others escaped. The property, loss is small. ' Miss Cora Dowler and Mr., and Mrs. Isaac Price of New Paris, who have been the eruests of Chelsea Has eltine and family, left for New York yesterday morning to take charge of I). G. Reid's summer home. The v improved incandescent gas burners, for residences, like the gas arc for stores, is working a revolu tion in the light problem. Their rick, steady, shadowless rays are so near like those of the sun, they approach daylight. . ,. Isham Sedgwieh, one of the city's best known men lies at St. Stephen's Hospital, this, city, in a serious con- Idition. He has been spending: the winter in Nicaragua, looking after work on a coffee plantation owned by a Richmond company. While on the homeward voyage he was taken ill. Rev. Wilbur F. Sheridan, late of Louisville, Ky., is in the city today. Rev. Sheridan is a son-in-law of Nathan S. Lamar, whom he and his family are visiting. Mr. Sheridan is a minister in the Methodist church and has been transferred from Louis ville to the church at Mt. Vernon Place, Baltimore, Md. He is a class mate of Mr. Rutherford, of the Palla- JAMES CHARLES - ON TRIAL IN THE WAYNE CIRCUIT COURT CHARGED WITH PRACTICING MEDICINE Without a License The Jury Im paneled and the Case Being Tried. The regular petit jury for the April term of the Wavne circuit court was on hand this morning and several of them begged the court to be excused from i serving for one cause or an other. It was nearly noon when the following jurors were selected: Frank Hodgin, Martin Brown, John D. Crowe, Humphrey Harring ton, James Gardner, Benjamin 1 Parsons, Harry I. Jarboe, Benjamin B. Duke, George D. Boyer, Walter D Cook and George W. Wright. The prosecutor made the opening statement for the prosecution. He stated that James Charles was charged with practicing medicine without a license and cited the law in such matters. Prosecutor Comstock is being as sisted by Judge Gavin, of Indianapo lis. Shiveley & Shiveley represent James Charles. Caleb Price was put on the stand as the first witness and, on direct ex amination, said: ' 1 My first acquaintance with the defendant was when I went to see him about an electric belt. I "was suffering from diabetes, the doctors told me, and I was told to see Dr. Charles about an electric belt. I saw him and he told me the first belt would be worth $G and all .others $5, with $1 additional for recharging the belts. This was also to, include ' treatment. ' I asked him what . he meant by 'treatment,' and he told me about taking care of places where the belts would burn my flesh, etc. To these sore spots he would apply an ointment, and every time I would He told about "a Mrs. Wilson who had visit him he would change the belt." He told about a Mrs. Wilson who had been treated by Dr. Charles. She said he didn't do her any good and she wanted the fifty dollars back that she paid him. - Dr. Charles also told Mr. Price about the. Wilson affair Mr. Price was then put on cross examination by Attorney Shiveley. Nothing new was brought out in the cross-examination. BOIffi SHALL COLORED DAU BROKE INTO A HOUSE AT 402 SOUTH SIXTH STOLE WATCH AND $20 Was Arrested and This Morning Plead Guilty Sent to Pen. Last Monday night some one broke into the house at 402 south sixth street and stole a gold watch and twenty dollars. The burglar made good his escape, but from subsequent developments suspicion fell on : one Rome Small, a low-sized colored man thirty-four years of age. The suspi cion was so strong that Small was ar rested and placed in the city bastile. This morning he expressed a willing ness to go before the judge and plead guilt-, and the great privilege was granted 1 him. Officer Westenberg conducted him in the presence of the court and the charge of "-rand lar ceny placed against him. He said he was guilty and Judge Fox sen tenced him to the state prison north for from 1 to 14 years, disfranchised him, fined him $3, and he will not be allowed to hold office for a time. DEATHS AND FUNERALS Wallace. Mrs. Samuel Wallace died this morning at her home, S15 north eighth street. Time of funeral announced later. BOSTON. The house of Edward Schlenker caught fire last Sunday about noon from a defective flue, and was burned to the ground. A number of people went to help fight the flames. Most of the contents were saved. The house was only recently built. The loss falls quite heavily on Mr. Schlen ker, as he can ill afford such a loss at this time. The commencement exercises were held at the Christian church, Satur day evening. A large crowd was in attendance. An Interesting program was carried out. County . Supt. Jor dan was present and presented the diplomas to the class. Mr. Penny and wife, of near Foun tain City, attended commencement Saturday evening, and spent Sunday with Joseph Pyle and wife. Forrest Parks spent Sunday with friends at Wood's station. Mr. and Mrs. Avery Oxer, of near Eaton, spent Sunday with the lat ter 's mother, Mrs. Mary Peterson. r; Judge L. C. Abbott, of , Richmond, delivered the class address at the com mencement. As his ability in this line is well known, no comment is neces sary. The ladies of the cemetery, associa tion will have a meeting Wednesday, April 13th, at the home of -Dr. J. J. Rife. A full attendance is desired. Mr. and Mrs.Will Dillman, of Rich mond were here Saturday evening. Clarence Parks, of Sprinsrfield, vis ited his parents, L. L. Parks and wife over Sunday. Farmers in this section are get fine anxious for wa,i7n wather jin order that they may begin on their spring work. COURT HOUSE A'ttornev J. W. Newman filed the suit of Cla3'ton B. IIunt exeeutor of the will of John L. Thompson, de ceased, for complaint on note against Rosa and Henry Niehwoner. Demand $275. RATHBONE SISTERS. The above lodge will have a meet ing next Monday night at which three candidates, will be initiated. FATALLY SHOT. Wheeling, W. Ya., April 13. William Connor was fatally shot this morning early by Officer' Woodward as Connor "was trying to burglarize a confectionery store. Connor had just arrived from Louisville. t WEBSTER. ' ' Early Easter brings early spring" wont work this year; for Easter is already here, and noihing much but cold, rain and snow. Pet ple waiting to plant potatoes, sow oats and make garden. The good wom are getting through houseeleaning, though and the men their feneinc Pretty soon we will have the weather. Quite a number in our commun ity are complaining of colds. Not only people are sick, but poultry and stock are alike suffering. There will be township Sunday school convention at the M. E. church Sunday afternoon, April 24. Program, next week. People's Exchange STORAGE Ground floor, sixteenth and Main. Vera Smith. WANTED Gentlemen or ladies to do local work on a salary of $2.00 per day, also general agents on good salaries and all expenses. For information call at 338 Richmond Ave., Richmond, Ind. 13-3t . LOST OR STOLEN A bay horse, about 16 hands high, two hind feet white; weighs about 1,100 pounds Taken from W. E. Berry, one-half mile north of Arba. A. wonaer cu. me awciiuciu cen tury. The sale on this successful loaf of bread has been phenomenal, "Ideal." - ': Eighteen ounces of a perfect health food for 5 cents. Eat Ideal Bread and avoid indigestion and other stomach ailments the healthiest loaf of bread baked. Made by the ' Rich mond Baking Co. only. The Kitchen Queen has to take off her hat to Miss Ideal. Unsolicited praise comes from a multitude of friends of "Ideal Bread." "I AM TOR- RICHMOND. , BIQ MASS V MEETING AT v PHILLIPS. THURSDAY NIGHT. ' ; ; . i.