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RICHMOND DAILY PALLADIUM, SATTURDAY, APRIL 16, 1904.
EIGHT. .MMjE'WKWaBj' JL O O Oe Sale Monday Morning SEE WEST WINDOW IPHi 100 Ladies' Cheviot Walking Skirts, in light grey, Oxford and black, strap seams, fijN if 1 IK 1 11 coraca, wiae swelling arouna the bottom This skirt is worth $3 ; while they last only 25 Ladies' Mohair Shirt Waist Suits, in grey, navy, brown and black. Elegantly f. tailored and button trimmed Would be cheap at $ 10 to $12 On sale Monday moraine . . isKs Qxi HI SEE WEST WINDOW BOTH PHONES LEE B. NUSBAUM The Richmond Palladium The RAILROAD STORE GIVES TRADING STAMPS PURE WHOLESOME - - THE NEW - - IDEAL BREAD Quality Above Comparison Less than one month on the market and already the most popular loaf of bread sold in Richmond. Save your tags they are valuable. Look for the Redt White and Blue. For sale by all grocers. Made by Richmond Baking Co. W. Fort oooooooooooooooooooooooo o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o James F. Carey Of Massachusetts Member of the National Boot and Shoe Workers' Union, and Socialist Representative from Haverhill in the Massachusetts Legislature for five terms (1898 to 1903), will lecture on THE FUTURE OF SOCIALISM At Phillips Opera House Tuesday Eve'g, April 19; 1904 ADMISSION FREE O O O O o o b o o o o o o o o LOCAL ITEMSZ xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx ' J'; ,' -. "V i". . .; . - " -. ' -, - ' v - - Water bills due April 1st. v Optical goods at Haner's. Eye glass t changed at Haner's. Dr. W. AivPrk for dentistry, tf Mrs.' -W.'fc-Hiser's shorthand school. Try the Palladium for job printing. Spectacles correctly fitted at Ha ler'si Modern Ideas , in bread baking are used "in "Ideal." V.vii Charles is the eruest of .AJAAaJ Fountain City friends.v Mr. and Mrs. Frank Bowers, of In dianapolis, were here last evening. Affiss Trla Maucer. teacher of voice and piano, 131 south seventh street. .Tolia TTawekotte returned from a business trip to Cincinanti last night Mrs. Carrie Weeks returned from a short visit with relatives in Foun tain City. P. Merkel of Columbus, was here last night conferring witfh iris agent, J. F. Dwyer. Mrs. Charles Williams returned last, evening from a short visit in Pleasant Hill. Mrs. Levert Haseltine returned to day from a short visit with relatives in New Paris. See Neff & Nusbaum's west win dow for cut prices on Douglass and Terhune shoes. 11-tf Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Sample re turned last evening from a short trip to Indianapolis. Mr. and Mrs. Guy Gottschall at tended the funeral of a relatives in Hagerstown yesterday. Miss Reba Stetson went to Greens fork last evening to spend Sunday with her parents there. Miss Laura Einert, of Fountain City, is the guest of Miss Lulu Chara ness, of north fifth street. Richmond Commandery, Knights Templars will confer the order of Red Cross Monday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Bnrbank, of east Main street, returned last evening from a short visit in Cincinnati. Rev. II. II. Hadley has returned from New York and will conduct the regular Sunday services tomorrow. New lot moulding just in. Bring in the pictures and have them framed. Brown-Darnell Co. 16-2t Mrs C. W. Allbright, of north thir teenth street, returned last evening from a short visit with Winchester relatives. Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Lyons, of Campbellstown, Ohio, are the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Carl Huber, of south thirteenth street. Dr. and Mrs. I. M. Hughes have re turned fro mMt. Clemens, and the doctor will occupy his pulpit at the usual hours tomorrow. Rev. and Mrs. C. J. Buckert re turned -to Dayton last evening after a short visit with Mr. and Mrs. Mark ley, of south twelfth street. Mrs. Omar Ilittle, who has been visiting in Chicago for some time past, returned yesterday to spend a few weeks with relatives here. Leo Kiser, clerk in the superin tndent's office at the Union station, will leave for Colorado the first of next week on account of his health. Typewriters, all makes, rented, old. Rentals, $3 to $5 per month. Repairs and ribbons for all machines. tVrell, W. U. Tel. office. " ''Phone 26. A Determined Woman. Wayne. Ind,, April Ik MrjL .UllteBrasria of New Have'nTmisfeWflTt cy, brke.t up ;a poherjcaoeta a-saloon linhaiyrdagejllqrv husband, was play-i tog In the game. He is the man who recently claim8wty have lost $800 in a Fort Wayne eambiinjr house, and Is now suing ?n the courts to recover the money. Mrs. Travis has filed affidavit against ten people for violation of the saloon and gambling laws. ; May Result in Damage Suit. Elwood, Ind., April 16. Mrs. Dennis Connell, the woman who was injured by a natural gas explosion in this city a few weeks ago, is dead at St. Eliz abeth's hospital, Lafayette. The ex plosion was caused by escaping, gas from a dry meter, placed inside tha house by the gas company, and a dam age suit may follow the death of the injured woman. She leaves a husband and four little children. Students Steal Minerva. Muncie, Ind., April 16. So:ne years ago a high school graduating class pre sented a statue of Minerva to the school, and yesterday it was missin from its accustomed place. Recently students .entered the building' after nightfall and painted the statue red rne principal is investigating with a view or identity mg tne students re sponsible for the disappearance, Workman's Perilous Situation. uncle, Ind., April 16. Charles Aker, employed at the Muncie pulp, mills, fell into a vat containing boiling acid and lime. He caught the edge of thk rat with his hands, saving his head and body from the fluid, but his legs from the knees clown were so bad ly burned that amputation may be necessary. WILL SEND nssHLTS fyWb'Icarr Congressmen Unabtet f j-rs Attend r4nyenti 9nr9 0 tl,afr ? IridiaHatfotts? Apriti&--lt? is very; likely ihat i tb r coming Republican 4 jstate contention . will ? be minus 4 the presence ot n? osl of 5 the': members of congress from this state, as it is re ported from Washington that the ses sion will not be adjourned until the middle of May, and the circumstances are such tnat for party reasons most of the Q. O. P. members must be on hand at every roll call. Representa tive Watson, who is t; del'ver the key note speech, has paijvd rith a Dem ocratic member and fcas already reach ed Indiana. It is sa!d that Congress man Hemenway, Congressman Over street and the others who have been prominent figures in conventions ii recent years have made up the!; minds that they can't get away and that they will have to send their re grets. The fact that they can't come is worrying some of the candidates for places on the state' ticket who expect ed the active support of their con gressmen. Senators Fairbanks and Beveridge are expected, and it is said they will arrange to leave Washing ton the latter part, of next week. RAILROAD MAN DEAD. Washington, April 1G. Capt. Wil liam II. Green, assistant to the gener al manager of the Southern Railway company, died here today. O O O OOOOOOOOO O O O O O O O O O O'O.O DR. J. A. WALLS THE SPECIALIST s Monday, Tuesday, Friday and Saturday of each week. Consultation and One Month's Treatment FREE ! HE TREATS SUCCESSFULLY IL'S"11?, of Caonc DImi that are cnrable- nc i ntH i o ouuutoorubL i diseases of the throat, lungs. kii KEYS, LIVEB and BLADDER, RHEUMATISM, DYSPEPSIA, and all DISEASES OF THE BLOOD, epilepsy (or falling fit). Cancer, Scrofula, Private and Nervous Diseases. Female Diseases, Nlehl uoesee. Loss of Vitality from indiscretions in youth or znatnrer years, Piles. Fistula, Fissure and Ulceration of the Rectum, without detention from business. ,. RUPTURE POMITIVELY CURED AND ODABArTEED. -; It will be to your interest to consult the Doctor if you are suffering from disease, ' .And If he cannot cure yon he will tell you so at once. Remember toe time and place. Will return every four weeks. j,::t flfikt er.l Laboratory. Uo. 2l SOUTH TEtlTH STREET, RICHMOnD, UID. Mr. and Mrs! J. J. Harrington and daughters, the Misses Alice and Mary, returned today from Indian apolis, where they attended the fu neral of a relative. New goods, very latest patterns, will be seen at Scully's on Wednes day morning. Fit and workmanship guaranteed. Quality the best, prices always reasonable. Come and see me. Mr. E. R. Smith, the large and gen ial agent of the publishing firm of D. C. Heath & company, was in the city yesterday and made the Palla dium office a very pleasant visit, but on account of business matters pend ing, he told only one story. Charles T. Youmans, who has been, employed at the busy store of Lee B. Nusbaum, has accepted a position as head cutter in the carpet department of Lowry & Gobel of Cincinnati, O. Mr. Youmans came to Richmond some time ago a stranger, but he leaves scores of friends as he goes to Cincin nati, who very much regret his leav- CHANGE OF VENUE. The trial of A. C. Underbill for cruelty to aniamls came up before Mayor Zimmerman this morning. A change of venue was asked for and granted to Fountain City and the case will come up next Friday. POINTS FOR CHICKEN RAISERS ( Chicago Record -Herald. ) See that the incubator sets perfect ly level, otherwise the egg chamber will be warmer in one place than in another. Use only the best of oil and feed and trim the lamp every morning, no matter how long it might burn with out doing this. Every time the lamp is filled clean the burner thoroughly by scraping the wick tube until it is bright inside and out. Keep the screen in the bur ner clean, so air can enter from be low. Do not turn the eggs for three days, from the beginning of the hatch nor after the nineteenth day. Open the egg chamber only when turning the eggs. Take the eggs out to turn them, and shut the egg cham ber while they are out. Let the eggs cool for from ten to thirty minutes, according to the weather, every day. Do not open the egg chamber after the chickens begin to pip the shell, even if some chick seems to be having a hard time to get out. A chick that cannot get" out of the shell without help is not worth saving. If the chicks gasp and struggle do not both er them it is good for them. Leave chicks in the incubator from twenty-four to thirty-six hours after they come from the shell. Nature has provided for their sustenance this time. Keep the temperature as near 103 degrees as possible, but do not worry if it runs up to 105 degrees or as low as 90 for a short time. "Watch the size of the lamp flame and keep it ai nearly the size that will produce tke proper temperature as possible. . Use only the eggs that have strong fertility. No incubator will give a good hatch from weak eggs. during ing. f, The Kitchen Queen has to take off her hat to Mig Ideal, -Lieut. Chares M. Melsaac, fth Eighth Massachusttts Regiment, has received an appointment as instructor in the new Chinese imperial force, with a captain commissieH. He will leave . for China in three or four week. Xt?5 Prof. A. B. Arnold, eminent as the author of several surgical treaties and a distinguished classical scholar ud translator of old Hebrew and Arabic writings, has just died in San.Fm cisco. Eighteen ounces of a perfect health food for 5 cents. Eat Ideal Bread and avoid indigestion find other stomach ailments the healthiest loaf of bread , baked. Made by the Rich mond Baking Co. only. ? Stereopticon entertainment at South ' Eighth Street Friends church Wednesday,' pril, 20th, at 7:30 p. m. Beautiful ..views , of, Mexico. Admis sion 25- cenK Children 15 cents. aat-tue. ;ijjasj Without" thinking about the date of the first Democratic state convention. which is to be held May 12 in Tomlin son hall the executive committee ot the . Republican county committee se lected' that date for the Marion county convention' to nominate candidates for county offices. Members of the execu tive committee said later that the date of the Democratic state convention was not once mentioned in the meet ing. They said the county convention would. have to be held a day or twa before or a day or two after the Demo cratic state convention. Tomlinson hall will be needed for the county con vention because it will be composed of about 750 delegates, and no other hall would hold the crowd. The appbr tionment is one delegate for each pre cinct, one delegate for each fifty votes cast for Daniel Storms for secretary of state in 1902, and one delegate ad ditional for a fraction more than twe& ty-five votes cast for Storm3. Pc ople's Exchange TORAGEGroud jSopr, .sixteenth an4 fMjupn0,yeni Smith. lil 1 fth I t'QRrjSALEA- new tenrvolnme Am- , encamzed Cyclopedia , Brftannica. Inquire at Palladium office. It's s bargain for some one. WANTED Middle aged lady to do , housework. Call at 45 north fifth street. , :,,., , 14-3t FOR ALECheap, a gas stove and kitchen range; good as new. 1020 Main street. ' 1 15-3t LOST A brown ' pocket-book con taining between $9 and $10 at Miss Austi's millinery store, or between eleventh and 'Main and the Model Department store. Return to J. M. Mounts shoe store and receive reward. FOR SALE Fine furniture consist ing of chairs and marble' top tables. Greek candy store at" reasonable price.We have bought new furni ture. WANTED To rent six or seven room house! Call on or address N. C. eironimus, 80 southwest seventh street. : . - WANTED By young lady attending school, place to work morning and evenings for board. Address 34 south sixteenth street. FOR SALE One Aneroid barometer, altitude scale compensated for tem perature. One 1-6 inch objective for compound microscope. Call forenoons at 218 north thirteenth street. 16-23 Warren G. Sayre of Wabash may not be regarded as the leading candidate for the Republican nomination for gov ernor, but he certainly has a loyal fol lowing that is preparing to come here to work in his interest. Pratt Love land of Peru, who successfully man aged Fred Landis' campaign against Major Steele, and who was this week elected; a- delegate to the national -convention, was here last night, ' and he said that the Eleventh district Is going to support Sayre with much enthu siasm. R. Harry Miller of Fairmount, former president of the Lincoln League of Indiana, United States Mar shal Harry Petitt, and other well known Eleventh district men, were here today figuring on Sayre's chances, and they say he is very much in the race. L. P. Newby of Knightstown was here today for the first time in three weeks, as he has been making a long trip through the state in the interests of his candidacy for the Republican nomination for lieutenant governor. For a long time he had no opposition, but now Walter Ball of Muncie and Hugh Th. Miller of Columbus, are In the field, so Newby is doing some tall hustling. Four years ago it was thought he had the victory won, but while he came within a few votes on the first ballot, his strength slipped away and Gilbert was nominated. Newby and his managers, while con fident that the same thing can't hap pen again, are building up a strops organization that will take no chances. For "Goodness sake" eat "Ideal Bread." That delightful flavor, you know. Don't wait lor Decora tion Day but order your monumental . work at once of Perr X. Wil liams, at 33 north 8 In. Sheriff's Sale. ' ' By virtu" ' f an expcntlon to me directed from the clerk of the Wnvne circuit court, I will expose at public sale at the court bouse door. In the city of Richmond. Wayne county. Indiana, on the 1'nd day of May, lH)t. between the boars of io o'clock a. m. and 4 o'clock p m. on said day. the follow ing property, to-wlt: Lot No. thirty-five In that part of the eity of Richmond. Wsvns cmintv, Tndiana. laid out hv f harles M. Starr. Slid lot 35 fronts on Sixth street now Ninth street). 47 feet, and is 104 feet deep, as appears of record In rlat book No. I. naze 21. Also a ce ta n act of land adjoining said lot thirty-five i85 on the eti-t. described as follows, to-wit : Beginning at the northeast corner of snM I t 31; thence east to an alley laid ont by Bickle-t Laws: thence south to a point in line with the south side of said lot thirty-five (S5: thence west to the south east corner of said lot; thence north to the p'nee of besrinninir. To be sold as the property of James R. Browne and George V. Pussell to satisfy said execution In my hands In favor of the Seeond National Bank. Said sale without relief from valuation or appraisement laws. RICHARD SMITH, 15-28-80 Sheriff of Wayne County. LODGE STEMMED THE TIDE Mas- I tow Harmony Was Restored in sachusetts Convention. Boston, -April 16. Canadian reci procity and Eugene Foss, its foremost champion in Massachusetts, were de cisively defeated in the Republican state convention which elected four delegates at large to the national con vention and indorsed Roosevelt for president. Mr. Foss, who before the convention had announced his inten tion of offering a reciprocity resolution and of contesting as a candidate for delegate at large on this Issue, carried put his plan. His resolution was over whelmingly voted down, and he was rejected as k delegate by a Vot of 1,131 to 178. . At a time when to all appearances a considerable sentiment in the con vention, was with Mr. Foss, Senator Lodge took. the platform and by an elo quent address stemmed the tide and carried the delegates with him. The Richmond Business College w'U give i Calling Them to. Time. Washington, April 16. The non-attendance of Republican members of the house during what are thought to be the closing days of the session is causing some vexation to the man agers of that body. A circular was mailed last night to the Republican membership signed by Representative Tawney, the Republican "whip," ' and issued at the request of Speaker Can non, calling attention In ho uncertain language to the necessity of attending to business. The leaders predict that April 28 will ba the day of adjourn ment, and they are bending every ef fort to carry out this plan. ' Statehood Gets an Inning. Wasnington, April 16. Republican members of the house last night unan imously agreed to take up the state hood bill - recently reported from the committee on territories, and to begin ita consideration In the house on Tut -CayM .-. - - - - . 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