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P. m(BM ;.t07.,,Mfii;-. si T m: gov V- - -in-- TORE, . ', ' i1- o tVM.- i - The first week of the greatest sale ever attempted in Eastern Indiana is past. We have brcn so well pleased with the success of this sale that we could not keep from telling the pu tlic tnrougn tnese columns irom xime io muc wui t rcai &un.caa u uu u iai t ww m-bi mi iti uu umiy uaif uk time limit of this sale, we know that low prices and complete assortments are the prime factors. Many lines have been depleted and just as fast as possib!e we have replenished those lines The prices you know are lower than the lowest during this Great Dissolution Sale. Every Yard of Dry Goods Reduced in Price? RICHMOND DAILY PALLADIUM, ' MONDAY, JUNE 13. 1904. 177 nvtinll-" ) mrJlm) Vr '-ITm im ufrnlh Fancy dress Ginghams 12 U2c kind, Zc yd. No. 40 fancy silk Ribbons 1 5c kind 7c yd. Fancy cotton Voiles and fancy mixed suitings, sell regularly for 25c. J 5c yd. New Lawns, beautiful designs, 10c kind 4c yd. Fin Wash Dimities a-:d Swisses regular 12 , 15, and 18c grades fur 8c yd. SG inch soft finish Henrietta cloth every color 35c quality for only 10c yd. 38 and 40 inch all wool Kt '.mines 50 and (5c qaa'ities, sile price 39c yd. A113ilk at a'Sivia. Fiae Ktm. Silks, 3 I an 1 ': goU rel icj.I to 2c yd, Guarmted Taffeta, 27 inch $1 kind, f jr only 7 J 36 inch guar mteed Taffeta 1 39 kin i for Sdz yd. All cjlora in 50c Wjlsx Silks 23e yd. Domestic. Tab'e L,ii2 is. etc , prisal v;ry lor. 7 'A - m''ei2H:d M islia 5c yd. Regular 10c Toweling 5j yd. Colored Curtain Sc im 10c kin I, 3c yd. Warranted a'l line l unbleachsd Ta'da D im isk, 72 i i. wide, 3'Jc yd. 35c Table Damask bleached or unbleached 19c yd . Did you get one of those $4 walking skirts for $1.89 Satur day? We sold a good many but there is still a good assortment left. Better come soon though. Anything i.i any department be it' Clothing, Carpets, Shoes, Hats, Furnishings, Dry Goods, or anything we have is on sale at Greatly R: Jucsd Prices. Supply your every want now. B. D. GAME, E. E. BROWN. THE RMELR OMB $ TORE GO. Incorporated. SOCIAL m& 3? BY WA11RKX CLEMENTS NEWS LETTER FHOM I CALIFORNIA Los Angeles, Cal., June 4, 1904 . . . ' PniTPennnilptipp nf ihfi Palladium. The fifcieth wedding anniversary fcwislier, ot Richmond, Indiana, wiio i fUr was celebrated yesterday by Mr. and is Ihe guest of Mesdames Dickhut Mrs. D. "NV. Genn, of 222 north ' and Wilmington. The hall was beau twelfth street. Of the six children of tifully ornamented. Indianapolis Mr. and Mrs. Genn who are now liv-. bentinel riety of scenery and climate. Along j the coast line, 275 miles, it is cool in summer with a constant breeze from 1 the broad Pacific. Twenty or thirty miles from the coast the breeze loses some of its power, but there is still sufficient to temper the summer heat. Farther inland on the great plains of WILL INTEREST PALLA- .Mojave and Colorado valley the sun DIUM READERL. rules throughout the year, and its ravs in summer are somewhat too I torrid for comfort, although unlike eastern weather, the nights are al most invariably pleasant and cool. There are long stretches of valleys, mesas, and rolling foot hills, and farther up in the mountain ranges, After having put it off for a month, I will not write the letter which I promised. ing, all but one, William, of Madison, Wis., were present. Four generations were represented in the company that was present. The afternoon and even ing were spent in an enjoyable man ner. The guests were Messrs. and Mesdames D. C. Genn, C. W. Genn, Koss Osborn, Alvernis Flagg, Oliver Smith; Misses Alverda Smith, of Cecil, O., Lillian Genn, Pau line Genn, Mildred Osborn, Margaret and Miriam Flagg; Messrs. J. C. Lawrence, Louis, Frank, Merle, Lee Genu. Roland Osborn. The Aftermath society held its an nual picnic Saturday evening in Glen Miller Park. The attendance was very large, nearly all of the members and a number of guests being present. The afternoon was pleasantly spent and at six o'clock supper was served in true picnic style. I do not suppose you care much to canyons, cliffs, and pine clad summits, hear of my tripou t here, and even where on the northern slopes snow if you did, it has been so long, that still lingers. (little incidents and happenings that 0ne of tl)e most noteworthy fea I might have been of interest to you tnres of tjie development of southern have slipped my mind, in lact a inp California in the past few years has across the plains with their sage been the utilization of an abundant THE BYERS CASE A party of some fifteen musical people spent the day picnicking east of the citv. A dinner was served at twelve o'clock in true picnic style in! a large grove. In the party were I Misses Nina Pennell, Juliet Corwin, t Stella Iirush, Florence Shute, Ar-i line Harlow, Mr. and Mrs. Otto ' Krone and Messrs. Albert Thompson 1 and Arthur Mevers. Terre Haute, Ind., June 11. The most promising results yet received from the circulars sent out from the sheriff's office in the Richmond By prs r-;ii came from Mendon, Mo., in answer to the telegram sent to that place by Sheriff Fasig asking for a description of the boy reported to be in custody of the Missouri town. Sheriff F. M. Veatch, who has the Miss Grace Robie, of north thir- ; i1(W in his nossession. wired todav: teenth street, has as her guests Misses "V-shaped scar in rim of right Marie Schlange of St. Louis and car two warts on left hand near out Ruth Russell of Springfield, 0., and ; or base of little finger, scar on head Mrs. ITert of Jeffersonville, Ind. They will be the guests of honor at the re- brush and cattle ranges I consider very tedious and uneventful. But when you strike the mountains, by the way of the Denver & Rio Grande railroad, it wakes one up to the greatness if not the goodness of God, the Almighty, for it was cer tainly an almighty big job to build the Rocky mountains. I passed Pueblo and Canyon City while asleep, but awakened on enter ing the Royal Gorge at 4 a. m. The magnitude and grand are of the scene here is awe-inspiring. Rocks, hun dreds of feet high, both sides of the train, and so close as almost to shut out the light of day, and some places literally overhanging the coach. One can scarcely conceive the wild beauty of this part of the Rockies without actually seeing them, and to attempt a pen picture of them is be yond me and makes me think of the cowboy, who, on seeing them for the first time, threw his sombrero into the 12 SEE Bally bo HOMESPUN, WOOL, CRASH, and BLUE SERGES. The' Proper Suit for June. near parietal eminence, scar on left j aM(i cried " Hurrah for God ! " It cheek over nose to outer corner of ,;s aii ollft ,rand picture from Denver ception to be given by Mrs. Robie eft eyc other desci iptions tally to Salt Lake Citv. Mountains of pre and her daughter tomorrow afternoon wjln those in printed circular." (cipitous rocks with snow clad peaks. I Dr. Byers, the boy's father, after. Some of the places of interest, the A number of people from this citying. informed of the receipt of the ' ( '()0-0 mountains (Harvard, Prince attended the ice cream social given in Missouri telegram, left Terre Ilautejton and Yale), Mountain of the Holy the town hall at Centerville, Satur- at 5 o'clock tonight for Mendon. He Cross and the Colorado mines, with day evening. The evening was de-'wni -ronnh fhor nhnnr noon tnmnr. ,.,,.i,; t,,in,i,ic f feet aW ' ....... - . 1 nun. vv yj 1. ivijio uuuui v, n 01. "-' lightfullv spent in a social l " ' ' ' -- - f I il I drill. IV illl.il ll I Mill UV11IL M.J soon as he has determined whether 1 nearly two miles above sea level, or not the hoy in question is his mis-) ju looking up to the mine, the scene sing son. Should it be Richmond the ; sublime. Rock unon rock, ledge given at the Country Club Saturday fman w10 was arrested having the hoy!upon ledge of red granite, which when in honor of Miss Carrie Oblinger, of j jn his company will be brought to the sun strikes it, looks like amethvst, Germantown. The feature of the af- Tcrrft ITaute by Sheriff Veatch. and the mountain tops capped with ternoon was whist, played at three Sheriff Dan Fasig and his corps of snow 00k like silver, tables and the hours were pleasantly 'i,,:.,,, nnmnon; w Hm mmWa i Ti. i. ....k 1 u ,ot the commitTee appoinrea to nave too slow, tor one leels like lingering ifharge of the fund raised in Terre midst these mighty works of Nature. Haute for the prosecution of the j Now I will skip Salt Lake City search and a good many volunteers, with its wide streets studded with Miss number Nellie Lowe of friends at entertained a a porch party spent. Miss the prize. Katherine Schaefer won The "season" has at last fairly .,! tit iltn i -i f ,.1. Clnl 1 n-i subterranean water supply, which was not previously known to exist. I will give you some statistics in regard to the products of these seven counties and the growth of the city of Los Angeles for the year of 1903. taken from reports of the Chamber wf Commerce in Los Angeles. Citrus fruits, 22,000 carloads; veg etables, celery, etc., 2.200 carloads; nuts, 7o0 carloads, raisons and dried fruits, tl carloads: butter 3,300,000 pounds; cheese 300,000 pounds; can ned goods, 1,005 carloads; olives (pickled), 280,000 gallons; olive oil, 100,000 gallons; beet sugar, So.500, 000 pounds; wine and brandy, 1,200, 000 gallons; petroleum, 24,000,000 barrels; beans, 550 carloads. Total valuation, including manufactured products, 97,000.2S2. There are in Los Angeles 13 commercial banks and 10 savings banks; clearances for 1!)03, $307,310,830, which 'was 25 per cent, over 1002. There are 134 churches, 07 public schools, 10 private schools and 33.000 school children. There are 8,500 workmen employed in manufactories; 5 car systems (elec tric), with 250 miles of track in city limits and 500 miles suburban; 16 public parks, with 3,720 acres of land in them; 3 electric light and power companies; 2 telephone companies, with 27.4G7 phones in use. The cost of living h about the same as in Rich mond. City council let contracts to j highest bidders (graft) ; good water ! supply; in 1003 there were erected; 0,395 'buildings, cost $13,040,438. You; . can see by the amount of building j that there is lots of work here for carpenters, 'painters, etc., at about $3.50 per day. j Southern California is fully on a par with eastern states in what our' Thin, cool, tast color Fabrics, firm in texture (warranted shape retaining) especially designed for Summer Suits. COAT AND TROUSERS, $8.50. $10, $U, and $15. STRAW HATS 25c to $2 50 CHILDREN'S WASH SUITS 50c, 75c, $1, and $1.50. 725 Main LOEHR & KLUTE ahrmaini9s 718 MAIN STREET We have the most complete line of Hot Weather Shoes in the city at prices the very lowest. Men's patent colt low shoes, hand sewed, at Ladies hand turn low shoes, patent tip, at I will go to Seelvville tomorrow noon r.lortri nnloc: in Hip center instpjid of Boston friends call Culture. Don't having ?4 - ii 1. l. c ii. -i .i - r : :t . .1 Oil l 1 ,vliuml " iiaviii- i mnl. n fhrvvrmo-V, conrr-h for the of c,M on1 msik- Afnvmnn prevented the use of the links to 10(ly of Riehmoncf Byers. j 'temple and tabernacle. On by Ogden, many. A tournament was held bat- nr. , . T .. i ...n ' ,:n ... - ' -i:t jl M-iiuuiii; mc; imuiii more piaiiis iiiHi I'aiuu iciiifs, mi w e parties nn.- foPowino- nn r-lpws lmvp rfvenled r.lln.l. H.r. Kioi-voo mi im tlir-riiio-h 40 '! . . . - . linn ' 1 K, I 1 . n f nj 'j j "j nothing of his whereabouts, and many 'miles of snow sheds, till we finally now believe that he has not been kid- ' reach thesummit midst cold and snow napped, but has fallen into some Jn plenty. And now we start down vault, well or mine shaft, and that inward the Land of Promise. Within his body has been overlooked by the an hour the car windows are open men who searched in the vicinity of ami the wind blows in soft and warm, his home. Large numbers of men are An hour later potatoes in blossom, urday afternoon and small will be in evidence. A number of young married people save a dance at the Assembly hall Saturday evening, in honor of Mrs. expected from other towns party. Brazil, Harmony and along the interurban imagine it is an easy tiling to nnu ft soft job at good pay in Los Angeles, and I think bookkeepers, clerks and professional men could do better else where. On the other hand there is an active demand for mechanics and la borers. j Don't think this is a semi-tropic climate. You will not need warm clothing and an occasional fire to counteract the change in temperature Misses' low shoes. Children's low shoes Canvas shoes for men and boys at 50c a pair FRED C. LAI1RMAN, 718 Main Street. wheat in head, fine lawns, fruits and between a half hour before and a half flower. And after the long, cold win- hour after sundown. All sidewalks Rheumatism Is one nf tfia rnnst if 11 tinnnl diseases It manifests itSeIi'iai,Uay' alH f"lly Pr?:ons are ex- ter I had passed in Richmond I know and curbs here are cement. Ill local achcx and niinc noeto1 to constitute the searching you will believe me when I tell you Potatoes now retail for $1.5 uuiomeu jo mis ana sun muscles, but It cannot be cured by Socal applications. It requires constitutional treatment acting through the blood, and the best is a course of the great medicine Hood'sSarsaparHla which has permanently cured thousands of cases For testimonials of remarkable cures fend for Book on Rheumatism, No. ?, C J. Hood Co., Lowell, Mass. Humpty Dumpty Under Canvas. Uumpt Dumpty and the Black dwarf Co.. has proved to be the big show of the season. All large cities have crone wild over this gor geous spectacle. It has captured the women and children and that always means success. It has DBshrdlufr means success. Their voices are loud and stern mankind admit the beauty of the speetacle Iris outdone all the previous anempts at rmgiisu panto mime. The company -Tune 17 and 18. I was glad to be in California, where I would not have to thaw out the cistern pump in April. Now I will skip about 400 miles. 50 per 100 lbs.; Hour at $0.00 ner bbl.: round steak, at 12 l-2c per lb.; granulated sugar at 17 lbs. for $1.00. Rent for a Woom house is about $10 to $12 per E. B. Grosvenor M.D., Specialist i OFFICE HOURS: 9 to 1'2 a. m. 7 to 8 p. m. 2 to 4 p. m.; SUNDAY 8 to 12 will be here through the fertile Sacramento val- month. "Wine, Port or Muscat, 7"c ley and across Mojave desert to Los per gallon. Oranges 20c per bushel. J ixngeics, tne mecca ot southern i.ati- ir mere is anytlung more you l"l Hill, H 1UI l 'UI1 I M'll viwum 1IIM- l hUUW UUI'IU OWtll llt'l II I and situated inland 22 miles from California, write and let me know.! the ocean. T am going down to Oatalina Island Colonial Building. 7th and Main StS The seven southermost counties of fishing in a day or two. and can then the state, usually referred to as perhaps write you a fish story. I am Soul hern California, constitute a much improved in health since com- ' small empire containing an area of ing here. Respectfully yours, ( about 45,000 square miles, within Everett B. Davis, which may be found a wonderful va- 919 E. 31st St., Los Angeles, Cal. EYE EAR, NOSE and THROAT SCIENTIFIC GLASS FITTING TheNoFthuaestei Mutual Iiife Ins. Co J. O BARBER, General Agent, Itoo'!u"cSSoUVi5."", Milwaukee, Wisconsin.