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RICHMOND DAILY PALLADIUM, TUESDAY, JUNE 21r 1904.
EIGHT O O O O 6 COO OOOO QQOOQO QD QP o 6 o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o : TRENT'S furnishings. WE Carry a large and complete line of Gents' Furnishings of all kinds. This is a Strong Depart ment in our store, and you will save Money by buy ing your Gents' Furnishings of us. 4 Men's 35c work shirts, .25 Men's 50c wo:k shirts, . . .39 Gents' dress shirts, all the new designs and patterns t. from 50c to $1.50 $1 and $1.25 Madras shirts 89 Soft collar negligee shirts in fine Mohairs from . . to $3.UU Corliss Coon collars all the latest shapes 2 for Gents' neckwear from the 10c Midgets up to the finest Four-in-Hands. Underwear and hosiery, gents' 25c goods We carry all grades, up to the All Silk goods. Men's hosiery from the fast black and mixed hose at 4c a pair to the fine fancies at. .per pair, Buy your Gents' Furnishings of us. ,25 .19 .75 BOTH PHONES LEE B. NUSBAUM OOOOOOOOOOOxOOOOOOOOOOO o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o LO GAL IT JEM IS W. Kossiter, carpet layer, phone 1381. Optical goods at Haner's. Mrs. W. S. Hiser's shorthand school. May Taylor returned to New Castle yesterday. , - , Mrs. Addington of New Castle is visiting here. C. 0. Hammon of New Castle spent yesterday here. ' Thomas Study has returned from a day's visit in Indianapolis. Mrs. C. F. Nardin and daughter of New Castle are visiting here. Mrs. Sittloh, of Denver, Col., form erlv of this city, is visiting here. - J. R. Hart left this morning for Chicago to attend the convention. Dr. Park for high class dentistry, 8 N. Tenth street. Lady assistant. John Emery returned yesterday from a short visit in Indianapolis. The finest stock farm in this vicini ty. Apply to Moore, over 6 N. 7th St. Miss Ida Windhurst, of Cincinnati, is the guest of relatives and friends here. Taylor Fen-ell is visiting in Hunt ington, W. Va., for the rest of the summer. Herbert Weegham left yesterday for Chicago to accept a position with his . brofeh.er;ijj A Walter : -r Eggemeyer ' returned yes terday from Chicago to attend the wedding of his sister. C. T. Shaffer returned to his home in Chicago yesterday after a short visit with relatives here. Otto Ramler, who attends school at Buffalo, returned home yesterday to spend the summer. Mrs. Bdgar Henley and daughter, Electa, have left for St. Louis, where they will attend the Fair. Miss Emma Sloan left last night for Newcastle after a week's visit with relatives in this city. Mrs. Ira Swisher will return to morrow from Indianapolis, where she has been ' visiting Mrs. Dickhut. BOARD OF REVIEW Business Transacted by That Body in its Report. Following is the report of the Board of Review since last report: TlfoV M- V. m SOQIAL omsr BY WAKREN CLEMENTS NEWS h if A number of young people will give a dance Thursday at Jackson Park, A dinner party was given at the and the three women were classmates. Westcott last evening by Messrs. El- They expect to return the latter part mer Eggemeyer and Ben Bartel in of the week. honor of Mr. Fred Bartel and Miss Cora Eggemeyer, whose marriage oc curs tomorrow evening. Covers were laid for fourteen. The decorations of flowers were tastefully arranged. After the dinner the sruests spent the time in music and dancing. The ev- The picnic season is here. ' Five , ening Avas a most delightful one and Piec parties left today to spend the was one of the most enjoable f the afternoon and evening in the woods, ante-nuptial events given in honor of . Mr. Bartel and Miss Eggemeyer. The A golf tournament will be givn guests were Misses Cora Eggemeyer, Saturday at the Country Club be Aliee Knollenberg, Maude Kaufman, tween the Colts arid the Veterans, the Esther Besselman, Lucy Barnett, and leaders of the sides being Ed Hill and Ida "Windhurst, of Cincinnati; Messrs. J. Y. Poundstone. The tournament Fred Bartel, Ben Bartel, Elmer Egge- will start at two o'clock and all the meyer, oem ivemenorinK, l.os!io memuers oi me country Club can en- 1003 Hagerstown Natural Gas Co. ....$ 5,010 Hill, The E. G. Co. 27,420 Richmond Country Club First National Bank Richmond 119,000 Second National Bank Richmond 219,400 DR. J. A.WALLS THE SPECIALIST Monday, Tuesday, Friday and Saturday of each week. Consultation and One Month's Treatment FREE! tit TarATU CnPPETCCCill "i V forme of Chronic Difeaepg fnat are cuabk He. I tiLA I o olIuUbOorULLY diseases of the tiikoat, luncxS, kid KKVS LIVER and BLADDER, RHEUMATISM. DYSPEPSIA, and all DISEASES OP THE BLOOD. Enilepsy for falling fits). Cancer. Scrofula, Private and Nervous Dineaws, Female Diseases, Nighi fJUneii. LofH of Vitality from indiscretions in youth or maturer years, Piles, Fistula. Fissure anc Jlce-aton of fh Rwtnm, without detention from bnsines&. RCVnrVRK POSITIVELY CCBEI ASH GCARArTEF.IK It will b to your interest to consult the Doctor if you are euffering vrom disease. And if he cannot cure you he will tell you so at once. Rememor the tluve and place. Will return every four weeks. 2ffiC2 and Laboratory. No. 21 SOUTH TENTH STREET, RICHMOND, IND, S. S. Stratton, Jr., returned yes terday from a week 's business trip to New York. Miss Bertha Hill, of South Thirten- th street, is the guest of friends in Union National Bank Indianapolis. Richmond 103.650 r . Dickinson Trust Co. 89,160 Mrs. Sittloh, of Denver, Colo., . TT ,'ron , ,. . ., . ' . I Bartel, Adam ll.Co. 64,580 formerly of this citv, is the guest or 7 ' nn . L. ' . ' Brown-Darnell Co.. l.OoO relatives here. rn . r, n nr-i t 1 Champion Koller Mil- Misses Virgie Clemens and Elsie ; ling Co 27,460 Shaffer returned yesterday from a Fountain Bank, Foun- visit in New Castle. I tain City 1,200 "W. A. Sample returned yesterday afternoon from a two days' business trip to Columbus, Ohio. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Bowen, of Lynn, are the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Rus sell, of West Richmond. Mr. and Mrs. S. C. Green returned last evening from a short visit with relatives in Indianapolis. the Palladium For JOB WORK The HoPthtuester jaataal Iiif e Ins, Co VSSSSSt J. O BARBER, General Agent, Room 6 and 7 Kelly Bld Klcnmond, ind. 1904 $ 3,870 28,220 250 113,340 245,300 110,730 88,150 83,150 800 26,200 1,450 Meyer and Clamor Bartel. The meeting of the Dorcas Society yesterday at the home of Mrs. Ed Crivel, on South Fourth street, was one of the most enjoyable of the se- GILLESPIE CASE ter. The teams will be divided even- ly and an interesting contest is ex pected. Miss Mclvina Duke gave a piano recital at her home in West Riefe- i ies. There was a full attendance of mond. The program consisted of the members, besides several visitors some fine selections, which were ex for the afternoon. The hours were cellently rendered by the following spent in the usual sewing and other pupils: Misses Edna Lamb. Nora work of the society and after this a Heath, Ruth Connor, Ruby Voss, Ed luncheon was served and the mem- dith Duke, Mesdames Will Simcoke, bers and their guests spent a pleasant Ed lhompson, . Coquet, Messrs. social time. The out-of-town guests Ora Wickett, Chahles Carroll. Orva were Miss Ida Windhurst, of Cin- Johnson, Robert Jenkins. Clarence cinnati, and Mr. Sittloh, of Denver, Jenkins. A large number of the par Colo. The place of the next meeting ents and friends of the pupils were was not decided upon, but will be an- present. . nounced later. , ' Miss Mary Kelsey Stone, of Indian- Mr. and Mrs. Charles A. Baggs en- apolis, entertained 3-esterday in hon- tertained last night in honor of Miss or of her guest, Miss Bertha Hill, of Nina Mayfield and Mr. Parker Judah, this city, at a largely attended pink whose marriage takes place this week, and white luncheon. The affair was The table was laid in white in bridal a very handsomely appointed one and Habeas Corpus Decision Will Not be Reached Before Fall. The appeal by James Gillespie, of Mrs. J. K. Kupe will return the Rising bun, in the Mabeas corpus last of the week from Chicago, nrncPPilin tn nbtnin his rplpnsp from i prison, was submitted for immediate where she has been visiting1. Miss Beatty, of Philadelphia is vis iting her father, E. R.. ijatty, and family, of East Main street. Miss Florence Reeves, of North Thirteenth street, left yesterday for a several days' visit in Dayton, Ohio. consideration in the Supreme Court yesterday. No briefs have been filed in the case, and the court can not pass on it until the attorneys, who have taken the record out for the preparation of briefs, shall have re turned it with their arguments. The effect, clusters of sweet peas and car nations forming the floral decorations. The name cards had tiny silver and gold wedding bells and for guest fa vers there were tiny scarlet boxes in heart shape filled with bonbons. For Miss Mayfield there was a minia ture trunk and for Mr. Judah a shoe, both filled with rice. The other guests were Miss Nelle Judah, Miss Louise Tutewiler. Miss Mary Stone, Miss Bertha Hill, of Richmond, Mr. Clif ford Mayfield, Mr. Stillson Judah, Mr. Charles Stone and Mr." and Mrs; James B. Duncan. Indianapolis Star. the decorations throughout of pik and white. Other guests of honor were three June brides to be, Misses Attia Malott, Nina Mayfield and Ber tha JRanney. Miss Ranney is quite well known in this city, having vis ited here several times. ' A large number of people living south of the city are making exten sive preparations for a danee to be given this week at Rapers. .The af fair promises to be the largest of the reason in' Country social circles. The Sunday school classes of Sf Mrs. Valentine Wolf, Mrs. Carrie ! Paul's- church of the Misses Harned Miss A. M. Caisely has returned to Supreme Court has been known to de Chicago University to attend sum- cide a habeas corpus case within a mer school after a visit with her par- few days after the appeal was taken ents in West Richmond. when briefs on both sides were filed . ! immediately. But it is now only ten Typewriters, all makes, rented, f1vc nt;, fllft mirf w:n nAinnrn fnr sold. Rentals, $3 to $5 per month. Repairs and ribbons for all machinesJ Tyrell, W..U. Tel, office. 'Phone 26. Mrs. James Norris and Mrs. C. A. Brehm returned yesterday from Ridge Farm, 111., where they attended the funeral of their son and brother, Harry Norris. the summer vacation, and, as the briefs are yet .to be prepared it is not probable that a decision in the Gillespie case will be announced until next fall. Dunn and Mrs. Mattie Wrisrht. of Fairmount, arrived yesterday to at tend a house party to be given by Mrs. Pheba Stevens. Mrs. Stevens formerly taught school at Fairmount, and Hill picnicked in the Glen yes terday afternoon. About twenty-five members of the two classes were pres ent. A supper was served at six o'clock in picnic style. Mesdames W. D. Jennings, F. L: Thornburg, Luella Carson, W. O You gt quality and quantity when buying "Ideal and Mother's Bread." Buy the most popular loaf of bread in the city. Richmond Baking Co.'s Barnard, R. D. Goodwin and Misses "Ideal." Harriett Goodwin and Flo Hoover of New Castle were here yesterday. 1 Try the Palladium for job printing. TAX FERRET Nothing Done in Regard to Making a Contract. expected. The question of hiring a ferret has caused great discussion, and there is a division of sentiment in regard to it which may lead to something. It was understood that probably the finance committee would present a report adverse to Lowe's proposition but nothing was done. It It caused considerable surprise last ! is not known whether council would 1 night when no notice whatsoever was taken of the tax ferret question. The committee which is investigating with a view of hiring the ferret for the city, did not make its report, as was follow the action of the committee in such a case or not. O'Neal gave a short talk on the meeting of the executive board of the I. M. L., at Indianapolis last week. MAY Muslin Underwear Sale CYC?C 0tCW UD YOU READ Muslin Un- is being Repeated. W&Vm ILD derwear Ad.? y SEE WINDOW. nEoi qo. In LaSt NigM'S Paper' - Welcome, Indiana Sunday School Workers. SUMMER WEAR AND SUMMER VALUES WITHOUT AN EQUAL SHIRT WAIST -DEPARTMENT. 9 white grounds figured with black, assorted sizes, regular price $2 to $4, now 98c. 22 white Mercerized war ts formerly $1.25 to $3.75 now 50c. 2S white India linen waists our price has been $1.25 to $3.50 now 50c. WASH GOODS DEPARTMENT. Lot lawns 25 pes. to select from formerly 15 and J 8c now 7c. Lot 32 inch lawns the 10 and 12c grade now 5c Lot Mercerized waistings formerly 25 to 90c now from 5 to 25c reduction on the yard. nRKSS GOODS DEPARTMENT. Lot 41 in. nub. voiles, cadet, royal, grey and black. Tust're- ceived. They are $1 goods, bought cheap, now 50c. "Lot fancy waisting silks, 19 lengths in all, formerly $1 to $2 now 49c. S 24 in. Foulard silk suit patterns worth up to 85c now 69c, 36 in. plain Pongee half silk for waists and suits 50c. CORSETS. 195 more cf those $1 and $1.50 corsets all leading makes, every size 69c. Lot corsets formerly 50c now 23c. Lot 50c misses' corset waists now 29c. HOSIERY. An excellent 25c boys' hose now 19c. Lot ladies' 25c tan hose now 19c. HANDKERCHIEFS. 25 doz. ladies' Swiss hemstitched embroidered and lace edged splendid values now 15c each. Ladies' 25c pure linen hemstitched now 19c, 3 for 50c. NOTION DEPARTMENT. 19 silk belts formerly $1 to $1.75 choice now 79c. 50 pes. plain and fancy neck ribbons 4 in. wide worth up to 35c now 15c 30 pes. fancy ribbons up to 6 J in. wide formerly 40 to 69c now 39c. 36 Bulgarian stock collars formerly 25c now 10c 237 ladies' turnovers 5 and 10c goods now 3 for 10c 27 ladies' bags worth up to 79c now 39c 43 pairs ladies' lisle gloves, white, slate, modes, now 21c 43 pes, Val. laces worth up to 5c now 2c 51 pes. Val. laces worth up to 10c now 5c 30 pes. Val. lacesTworth up to 25c now 10c crashes; 18 pes. more of the bargain crashes of which we sold so many. 19 in. brown 6c. v 17 in. brown 8c. 18 in. cream 8c 17 in. Blea; Huck 10c. ;' 18 in. blea twill 12 !-2c In remnants or bythe yard. ( J 4