XtlOmiOlTD DAILY PALLADIUII, 8ATUBDAY, XIAY 14. 1904.
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kTHE TENDERFOOT' 'THE DOLLY GIRLS." GENNETT, FRIDAY, MAY 20
TOPICS IN THE CHURCHES ;
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St. Paxil's Episcopal. ! Junior league at 2:30 p. m. Ep-
Rev. H. H. Hadley, rector. j worth league devotional service at
Sunday-school at 9 :15 a. m. Morning ( 6 :30 p. m. General prayer meeting
prayer and sermon at 10:30. Evening on Thursday evening at 7:30. Cottage
prayer and sermon at 7:30.
Richmond Conimandery, Knights
Templars, has accepted an invi .u.i
to attend Ascension Day servi.es at
St. Paul's church, at 10:30 tomoiiv
Special music for the occasion.
Rev. I. M. Hughes, pastor.
Sunday-school at 9 :15 a. m. Preach
ing by the pastor at 10:30 a. m.
Subject, "A Great Attainment," an t
at 7:30 p. in., "Dark and Jesus Ab
sent." Endeavor Society at G:30 p.
Rev. Shirey, pastor.
Sunday-school cabinet at 9 a. m.
F. I). Warner, superintendent.Preach
ing by the pastor at 10:30 a. in. and
7:30 p. m. C. E. Meeting at G:43 p. m.
Rev. S. R. Lyons, D. D., pastor.
Preaching by the pastor at 10:30
a. m. and at 7:30 p. m.
Sabbath-school at 9:15 a. m. Chris
tian Union at G:43 p. m.
Tirst Methodist Episcopal.
Rev. Madison Swadener, D. D., pastor
Sabbath-school at 9:15 a. m
Pi-eaehing by the pastor at 10:30 a.
m. and 7:30 p. m. Epworth League
0:30. In the evening there "will be
a great union meeting of all the
Methodist eoiiLi locations in the city,
it being the animal rally of the Ep
worth League. A fine program has
been prepared, consisting of special
music and an address by the Rev. Dr.
Fifth Street M. E.
J. O. Campbell, pastor.
Sunday-school at 9:15 a. m. Preach
ing at 10:30 a. m. Junior
league at 2 p. m. Class meeting at
2:30 p. m. Epworth league at 6:30
Rev. J. F. Mattindy, rector.
prayer meeting at the home of Thos
Kewby, 129 North Sixth street, on
North A Street Friends.
First-day school at 9 a. m.; meet
ing for worship, 10:30; evening meet
ing at 0:30. Subject, "Formation of
South Eighth Street Friends.
Rev. Elwood O. Ellis, pastor.
Bible-school at 9:15 a. m. 'War -hip
at 10 :30 a. m. C. E. prayer
at G:30 n. m. In the evening there
will be begun a series of three stere-
opticon lectures on C. W. Sheldon's
famous book "In His Steps."
East Main Street Friends.
Bible-school at 9 a. m. Prof. E. P.
nTfnolklrvrwl cnnorinfnnlonf Afoot l no"
for worship at 10:30 a. m.
Junior League at 3 p. m. Senior En
deavor at G :30 p. m.
Whitewater Friends' Chnrch.
O. M. Frazer, pastor.
Bible-school at 9 a. m. Meeting
for worship at 10:30 a. m. C. E. at
6:30 p. m. Preaching at 7:30 p. m.
J. J. White, pastor.
Bible-school at 9 a. m. Preaching at
10:30 a. m. and 7:30 p. m. by Rev.
L. E. Murray of Indianapolis, a
preacher of distinguished ability who
will exchange pulpits with the pastor.
Junior and intermediate C. E. meet
ing at 2 p. m. Senior Endeavor
meeting at G :30 p. m.
Rer. Addison Parker, pastor.
Sunday school Superintendent,
Mr. C. S. Farnham; chorister, Mr.
Albert Mote. Leader of orchestra, W.
W. Clark. Orchestral music. A Bap
tismal service is expected in the even
ing. Ninth Street Baptist.
Rev. H. C. Randolph, pastor.
Sunday-school at 9 a. m. John
MAKES ITS FINAL REPORT TO
THE EXECUTIVE BOARD
OF THE COM.
Site Chosen Needs of Grounds Its
Uses and Eenefits A Good
Thing For Children.
'Always serve Uneeda Biscuit. Put
them in the lunch box; put a package
in your grip when you travel; give the
children all they want of them. Make
sandwiches of them; eat them with any
relish, any beverage. A satisfying
food for everybody.
are sold only in airtight packages, that
preserve their delicate flavor and crisp
nesR, protect them from moisture, dust
and odors, and bring them to your
table as fresh as when baked.
NATIONAL BISCUIT COMPANY
Holv sacrifice of the mass at 6, 9lWatkins Superintendent. Preaching
9 and 10:30 a. m. Sundav-school at at 10:30 m- amI at 7:30 P- m-
2:30 p. m. Vespers and henediction
of the Blessed Sacrament at 3 p. m.
Rev. Frank A. Roell, rector.
Holy sacrifice of the mass at 7:30
a. m. and 9:43 a. m. Sermon by the
rector. Sunday-school at 2:30 p. m.
Vesper? and benediction of the
Blessed Sacrament at 3 p. m.
First English Lutheran.
Rev. Elmer G. Howard, pastor.
Sunday-school at 9 a. m. Morning
worship at 10:30. Evening service at
7:30. Subject, "Life in a Far Coun
try." Y. T. S. C. E. at C:45 p. m.
Second English Lutheran.
Rev. II. Allen Leader, pastor.
Sunday-school at 9 a. m. Divine
worship in the morning at 10:30.
Luther League at 6 :45 p. m.. Evening
services at 7:15.
St. Paul's Lutheran.
Rev. Conrad Iluber, pastor.
Sunday-school at 9 a. m. Preaching
service at 10:30 a. m. Young People's
meeting at 6:30 p. m. English service
at 7 p.m.
Grace Methodist Episcopal Church.
M. S. Marble, pastor.
Sunday-school at 9 a. m. Preach
ing at 10:30; no evening services on
fecount of the services at First M. E.
Chas. Broughman, pastor.
Sunday-school at 9:30 a. m., Rev.
O. C. Taylor Superintendent. Ser
vices in Rhoda Temple. The public is
cordially invited to attend.
First Church of Christ Scientist.
Services at 10:30. Subject, "Soul
and Body." Wednesday evening ex
perience meeting at S o'clock Pyth
. .100,000,000 bottles of Perry Dm vis'
Painkiller sold in sixty years. Jiu-t
think! Nearly enough placed end to
end to reach around the world. Wit a
other rremedv can boast such a rec
ord of service to humanity in cur
ing stomach and bowel complaints,
and the many other ailments m 1 at
cidents constantly oceuring even m
the most careful homes? T1.3iv i
only one Painkiller Perry Dnis'
Beware of imitations.
Don't wait for Decora
tion Day but order your
Monumental work at
once of Perr T. Wil
liams, at 33 nortli 8tli.
Everybody should eat the famous
The following is the report of the
committee on play grounds made to
the executive board of the Civic Im
provement League May 10, 1904.
Mr. President: Your committee on
playground submits the following re
After some inspection of available
space for public playgrounds your
committee decided that the best site
lay between twenty second and twen
ty third streets, a half spuare south
of Main. As indicated in a previous
report the committee desired to have
any playground that might be secur
ed, controlled by publit school offi
cials. At the invitation of the com
mittee the school board visited the
proposed grounds, decided they were
well adapted to the purpose in view,
and purchased them.
It might be thought that the work
of this committee was thru complet
ed but there remains the work of
planning for the use of these grounds.
The committee has been asked to help
To obtain the benefit that should
come from a public play ground it
should, of course, be open during the
vacation months. There must be
some provisions made for the differ
ent games that are to be played for
competent supervision of the grounds
when in use, and for regulations as
to securing the use of them. These
are the subjects that are next to en
gage the committee's attention.
Hoping to benefit by the experience
of others who have worked in this
same line the committee has had
some correspondence with authorities
n cities whei-e such work has been
done. Thinking it might be of mter-
st to know of some attempts in
his line at other places the commit
ee includes in this report quotations
from letters received.
In a letter received from the park
authorities of Cleveland, O., were
"In the past three years we have
established and are now maintaining
eighteen baseball diamonds in our
public parks. We provide backstops,
bags, benches for the players, and in
some instances grand stands. Permit
are issued for games limiting the
hours to be used.
"We also maintain in several
spuares which are under the control
of the park department, children's
playgrounds, equipped with basket
ball court, gymnasium apparatus, see
saw, swings, etc. An instructor is
employed by this departmetn at each
playground during the summer
months when there is no school, who
has charge of ground and looks af
ter the children.
"Golf, cricket and tennis are alsoj
provided for in the parks, but not on
as large a scale as baseball."
From the custodian of Garfield
Park at Indianapolis the committee
received this information:
"The ball ground is gratis to all
by getting a permit from Superin
tendent of parks. There are anumber
of leagues composed of the employes
of the wholesale houses who have a
permit for the season to play on
Saturday afternoons and Sunday
mornings. At any other time the
diamonds is for any other teams who
wish to play. I have reserved it for
the school boys if they let me know
a few dnVs before nlavino
"We only furnish the backstop,!
which is permanent, and myself and
police officer to keep base lines clear.
We have a tennis court, and before
the season is over we will have one
more, a double one. The public has
been furnishing nets but we are going
to put up backstops and furnish nets
from now on. The swings, May poles
merry-go-rounds, teeter boards and
sand box are for children, who are
in charge of a matron."
From these statements it will be
seen that work of this kind contem
plated by this committee is no lon
ger an experiment, but has already
The committee is also glad to re- 1
port that at its suggestion the school
board lias fitted up the large yard at
the Yaile school on south fourteenth
street for use as a girls' playground
when not needed by the pupils of
that school. A tennis court, basket
ball court, and room for other games
have been prepared and will be used.
N. C. Heironimus,
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Boiled Ham, Frankforts
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STARR PIANO CO. 9S,
Who Was Here Recently, Assaulted
DR. J. A. WALLS
Monday, Tuesday, Friday
and Saturday of each week.
Consultation and One Month's
Special to the Palladium:
Anderson, May 14 John Kichard
son, stock boss of the Gentry shows,
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l 1, TT I NEYS. LIVER and BLADDER, RHEUMATISM, DYSPEPSIA, and all DISEASES OJF THE BLOOI
ucaicu uy tu men iicitr. lie ouviucu . q.;i.
and his calls for help brough assist
ance. A doctor dressed his wounds.
It is believed that he was mistaken
for the ringmaster.
7 m.mm. mmvrFf niinnPAArill I Vf 11 forms rf Chronic DiftPes that M COrtIf
fearfully HL InCMIO OUlULOOrULLT diseases of the throat, lungs. Kid
NEYS LIVER and buaudilk, kuhumaipm, uxarisi siA, ana an uiaaaata ur i u "w
ct:i 'o.. felling fitB. Oancpr. Srrr-f nln. Private and Nprvous Diseases. Female Diseases, Nlerl
Losses Loss of Vitality from indiscretions in youth or maturer years, Piles, Fistula Fissure d
Ulceration of the Rectum, without detention from husinefs.
RVPTCKE POSITIVELY CITREI AM GUARANTEED.
It will be to your interest to consult the Doctor if you are suffering Jroiu disease.
And if he cannot cure you he will tell you so at once.
Remember the time and place. Will return every four weeks.
Office and Laboratory. No. 21 SOUTH TENTH STREET, RICHMOND, UIE
DEATHS AND FUNERA LS
Nicholas Leavell died at his home,
230 South Second street, of tubercu
losis, aged 58. The funeral occurred
this morning at 10 o'clock from the
home, the Rev. Randolph officiating.
Interment at Earlham.
Health Office. ?
Born, to Mr. and Mrs. Clarence
White, 17 South Seventeenth street,
a oirl, second child.
American Institute Farmer's Club.
Reports the wines of Alfred Speer,
the most reliable to be obtained, and
that hs Oporto Grape makes a Port
Wine supeiior to any in the world.
His Burgundy and Claret and the
Climax Brandy are superb.
E. B. Grosvenor M.D.,
Ideal" sold by all groceries.
9 to 12 a. m. 7 to 8 p. m.
2 to 4 p. m.; SUNDAY 9 to 12
colonial Building. 7th and Main sts.
EYE EAR, I
Pailroad Restaurant ft
11 yj PRICES REASONABLE EVERYTHING UP-TO-DATE.
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Room and T Kelly Bid
Phone S12 So. 17". CtU WORK GUARANTEED, BATES RRAS051UR
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