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niomioim .daily palladium, .Tuesday, july, s, 1904.
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NEWS
.The W. A. G.
?d Friday afternoon by Miss. Helen
Davis in honor of Miss liuby Keed,
of Richmond. The house was decorat
ed and light refreshments were serv
ed. The diversion of the afternoon
was a finessinc: contest and the prize
was awarded to Miss Edna Driseoll.
Those present were Miss Ruby Reed,
of Richmond; Mary Thomas, Medora
Hopkins, Edna Driseoll, Edna Col
vin, Eifie Abraham, Louise Summers
and Helen Davis. Muncie Star.
Mrs. Albert Orouleif, of Riverside,
entertained several friends at a G
o'clock dinner Friday evening at her
home, on Wheeling avenue. The af
fair was in honor of Mr. and Mrs.
P. Sailing, of Anderson, and Mr. and
Mrs. Klute, of Richmond. The dec
orations consisted of red roses and
ferns, and were very pretty. Those
present were Messrs. and Mesdames
P. Sailing, of Anderson; Klute, of
Richmond; S. N. Smith, Mrs. Elmer
Moody and Rev. Charles Dunlap.
Muncie Star.
Yesterday was the occasion for a
large number of picnics, the ideal day
beinsr taken advantage of by manv
parties of people, large and small, j
The woods in all directions were the
scenes ox merry picnics.
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Among the picnics were the follow
ing: Messrs. and Mesdames F. A.
Lackey, Thomas Nicholson. Frank
McCurdy and a number of others
were at Hoover's, north of the city;
J. J. Dickinson and George Wiggins,
east of Richmond; E. E. Roney,
Charles Green and Mr. Farrow, will
families at Greensfork camp; Will
Campbell, George Williams, Charles
Holton and families, together with a
large number of other relatives,
north; Harry Henley and about fif
teen others, at Sedgwick Rock, south;
i$t. John's church, at IJoyce's Woods,
attended by nearly the entire congre
gation, and at which drills and songs
were a feature, was one of the most
successful in many years; a number
of Earlham students, at Khightstown,
and several other parties spent a very
pleasant day.
Mrs. Howard Campbell chaperoon
ed a party of young people Sunday
and yesterday at Knollenberg's
farm, in honor of her daughter, Miss
Fannie. In the party were Misses
Inez Williams, Renee Peters, Merle
Williams and Fanny Campbell;
Messrs. Dudley Elmer, Ramsey Pound
stone, Walter Eggemeyer and Willard
Iiupe.
monthly meeetimr of ir W.
The
F. M. S. of the Grace M
E. church
After Dinner
To assist digestion, relieve distress
after eating or drinking too heartily,
to prevent constipation, take
Hood's Pills
Sold everywhere. 25 cents.
will be held at the home of Mrs.
Henry Townsend, 111 South Twelfth
street, Wednesday afternoon, at 2:30.
Papers will be read on the topic of
the afternoon by Mrs. M. S. Marble
and Mrs. A. W. Hempleman.
The Royal Neighbors and the Mo
dern Woodmen spent yesterday at
their annual picnic, given at the
Glen."
John Crawford and family and J.
M. Williams and family made a hap
py picnic party yesterday.
A large picnic party yesterday was
given by Messrs. and Mesdames Piatt
Robinson, Yarrington Barnes and Ed
Swayne, in which there were about
thirty people.
Yesterday was a gala day at the
Country Club, the club house being
decorated with flags and bunting in
honor of the day. Last evening there
were many excellent features of en
tertainment and all was followed by
a dance, attended by a large number,
including several from out of town.
Japanese lanterns were hung about
the grounds and the scene was a pret
ty one. The Park band furnished mu
sic throughout the evening.
Mrs. Englebert will entertain to
morrow afternoon for Mrs. J. Ev
erett Jones, of Denver, Colo.
The Ladies' Aid Society of the
Grace M. E. church will give a supper
tomorrow evening at the church.
Hhe Flower Mission market on
Saturday was attended with great suc
cess and a large sum was realized.
The wedding of Miss Clara Estelle
and Mr. John E. Eyden occurred at
the parsonage of the First Baptist
church last Friday evening, Rev. Ad
dison Parker performing the cere
mony. They made a happy wedding
pair. Both have the best wishes of
a large circle of friends and ac
quaintances. Mr. Eyden is a sales
man in a dry goods store and Mrs.
Eyden belongs to an old and well
known Richmond family.
The Mission Circle of the First
Baptist church will meet Wednesday
afternoon with Mrs. Emma Lantz,
2320 North F street. The program
will consist of three papers: Moun
tain Missions, by Mrs. Sullivan;
Deacons' Work, by Mrs. Whiteley;
Tidings From the Field, by Mrs. Ol
ive Woods.
The regular monthly meeting of the
Penny Club will be held tomorrow
afternoon at the home of Mrs. Frank
Medea ris, 405 Randolph street, West
Richmond. A business meeting will
be followed by a program. Luncheon
will be served.
A very pretty, but quiet wedding
was that of Miss Elizabeth Zimmer
and Mr. i C ?Y. i Andre f jwas
solemnized jjis&rcljiyj SAtM f E.
parsonasy Jotl Da yidiii,l.ly luih Rev.
Sellers. Mr. Andrews belonirs to:one
QftliVofd'esffamilies in Dayton and
ifc H J&pj $f Mrs. Rev. O. S. Harri
son", 'of Williamsburg, this county.
The young couple will reside in Day
ton, where the groom is in business.
The Cedar Springs hotel is proving
a popular resort for Richmond soci
ety people and a large number from
here were over for dinner there last
evening. Mrs. Jennie Wilke and
daughter, Miss Marguerite, Miss Ber
tha WThitridge and others formed a
party. '
Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Coe took din
ner at Cedar Springs last evening.
SPEH? FOURTH
A NUMBER OF THEM MADE THE
RUN TO DAYTON.
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rnma Korrattn dE rich
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easily done with Ayer's Hair Vigor, c Ask your own friends.
rropapiy tney Know now it always restores color.
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OMMOMCATION
TO COUNCIL
From a Citizen of West Richmond.
evening your
Gentlemen This
chairman on public improvements will
report unfavorably to making a side
wolk on the north side of West Main
street from First to Fifth streets,
wholly ignoring a petition signed by
seven-eights of the resident owner
ship, and at the same time will report
to make said walk from First to
Third, wholly ignoring a remon
strance, signed by every foot of resi
dent ownership. You will remember
that at the last meeting of the old
council Gardner and Deuker, through
misrepresentation, railroaded the
measure through your honorable body
to make a sidewalk on the north side
of west Main from First to Third
without a single petitioner, but in
stead a standing remonstra nee signed
by every foot of resident ownership.
Gentlemen here is the key to the
whole situation. Mr. Sedgwick owns
nearly all the lots on both sides of
west Main street from third to fifth
street. Now if council can be induced
to. force the people to make a walk
from first to third street, then the
people who wish to go to Earlham
or the cemetery and the pupils who at
tend the public schools may travel
upon those nasty slippery pebbles un
til they are ground to pieces before
a sidewalk will be made from third
to fifth street.
No one has asked council for a walk?
the north side of west Main from'
first to third, not even a non-resident.
Therefore Gardner and Deuker will
have to explain to council and the
peeople; or we, remonstrators, will
continue to believe them the employ
ed tools of Sedgwick to "bulldoze"
the measure through council as they
did. We have no hard feelings
against "Dick." It's the ones that
do the work that are the most dispica
ble. We are now asking for a Avalk
on only one side of Main which will
cost our friend Dick more than one
half as much as both sides and at the
same time give us an outlet. We want
to be fair in this matter and ask of
council this much. If you will not
make the walk to Fifth, don't make
any of it.
The Remonstrators.
C. E. DAILY,
21S W. Main Street.
A COLLISION BETWEEN
Will Vaughn and Henley's Machines
No One Hurt Backboard to
St. Louis Auto Notes.
The Fourth of July was taken as a
great holiday by all of the Richmond
automobile drivers, all of whom used
their machines to effect yesterday.
Frank Land, Will Vaughn, and Wal
ter Wilke, each with a party made the
run to Dayton to see the automobile
races there, in which Wilke was en
tered with a Rambler. Owing to
some irregularity Wilke did not race.
The runs there and back were all
made in good time and with no ac-
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ciaents. i ne rain, wnicn ien in tor
rents, in the afternon near Dayton,
caught many and the autoists coming
in were covered with dust which has
stuck to the machines by the water.
Other local autoists took runs to
neighboring cities and spent the even
ing picnicking. All of the machines
worked overtime.
As Will Vaughn, with his party of
five, was coming up Main street last
evening in his Ford, the firing of
crackers by some of the party divert
ed his attention and he ran into Mr.
M. C. Henley's big Havnes-Apperson
surrey, which was standing under a
tree. Vaughn's axle was bent and a
front spring was broken, but no one
was hurt.
A White steam machine was quar
tered in the garage yesterday. It is
carrying a party of five from Colum
bus, Ohio, to Utah.
Two young men were here yester
day enroute from a town in Pennsyl
vania to St. Louis in an Orient buck
board. So far they had had but few
accidents and the little machine, they
said, would carry them to their des
tination in good time.
An auto driver from Columbus to
St. Louis sprained his axle and
spring near New Paris last night but
managed to reach the garage here !his
morning.
One of the laregst cars that lias ev
er been in the city was her; last
night. A party of ten Indianapolis
people occupied it, and were return
ing to that city after spending the
day at the Dayton races. The ma
chine, a Premier, was over twevty
feet long and the tonneau alone seat
ed seven comfortably. It vas ac
companied by a smaller machine of
the same make, seating four persons.
Hti Womihor
Try the Palladium for job printing.
CL O THING J
Ty o piece Suits; coat and 'trousers, in Home
spun and Wool Crash, $8.50, $10, $11.50 and $15.
Blue Serge Coats, $3.50 to $4.50.
Homespun or Wool Crash Trousers,r$3, $3.50
$4, and $4.50.
Straw Hats 25c to $2.50.
Negligee Shirts, 50c, $1, $1.50, $2 and $2.50.
Children's Wash Suits 50c to $1.50.
725 Main
LOEHR & KLUTE
DYNAMITED
Was the House-Boat of James Wil-
Son Wife and Child Perished.
(By Associated Press.)
Lawreneeburg, Ind., July 5. The
house-boat of James Wilson was
blown up by dynamite today. It is
believed that his wife and infant
child perished. Wilson is missing.
He and his wife have been quarreling
of late.
IMPERSONATORS
MARSHAL AILEY
Fatally Shot While Separating Two
Men.
(By Associated Press.)
English, Ind., July 5. In a general
fight Deputy Marshal Robert Axley
shot and dangerously wounded Spil
man Commins and was fatally shot
by Thomas Xelson. Axley was trying
to separate the other two men.
Will Appear at Jackson Park Next
Sunday.
Elias Day and Clifford Walker, the
great impersonaters will appear at
.Jackson Park next Sunday afternoon
and evening. These men are true art-
;ists. They will furnish the best en
tertainment of the season thus far
given. Mr. Day has appeared in all
of the best lecture courses of the
country, while Mr. Walker, who is
English by birth, has given perform
ances in nearly every civilized coun
try on the globe. This entertain
ment will be of the highest order. We
promise that all who attend will be
better entertained than ever before.
The usual band concert will also be
given both afternoon and evening.
Xo admission charged. Excursion
tickets 25 cents.
BEVERIDGE CALLS ON PRESI
DENT. (By Associated Press.)
Oyster Bay, 'July 5. Senator Bev
eridge called on the president today
and had an informal political talk.
MIDDLETON ESCAPED.
Earl Middleton, well known here,
who was sent to the reformatory
from Marion a short time agjp, has es
caped from that instiution and is
still at liberty.
Mr. and Mrs. Adam Fe!dr.!-:n re
turned from a short visit in Anderson
this morning.
NOT A BURGLAR.
A man was found trying the door
of the Bell residence east of the city
Sunday morning and the noise alarm
ed the family. The man was drunk
and didn't know where he was. He
was arrested and turned loose.
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THE ONLY ONE PRICE DRY
GOOD3 STORE IN RICHMOND -LOWEST
PRlCEIwithoutthe asking
3E3C- CV Hasemeier Co
PONY STOCKINGS FOR BOYS
AND GIRLS OUTWEAR 2 PAIRS
OF ANY OTHER STOCKING Made
Indian Head Cotton
Very popular and scarce. We have plenty
of the 45 in., the best width and quality
made. This week at a special price.
Crash
Lot J 8 J -2c in pure linen, a bargain at
7 J -2c or 8 J -3c This week 5c.
Sheets
Seamed Sheets, bleached and brown.
This week 39c each.
Table Linen
J 00 remnants in bleached, cream and red.
All lengths and qualities. This week at
bargain prices.
Porch Pillows More of those bargain
porch pillows, complete 74c, slips only 25c
Some Special Bargains For This Week's Selling!
Satin Foulards
8 pes 75c and 85c goods. They are new.
Come and take your choice this week, 48c
Summer SkirtingsWool
U pcf 54-in.; $1.25 and $1.50 is the price.
This week 98c. They are all light in
color. Beautfful goods.
Wash Goods
See the bargain counter of Wash Goods
85 pes at this writing ; worth up to 25c ;
his week, J 5c
Dress Skirts Every cotton dress
skirt in our store, Voiles, Coverts, Ducks,
etc. This week at special prices, 90c to -$4
All slzos and lengths. ulst measures up to :jf In.
Shirt Waists Every shirt waist in
store at special prices during this week.
45c to $4.50 each.
Hosiery
13 doz children's tan 25c hose, this week
12 l-2c: 17 doz children's 12 i-2c tan
hose, this week 6 l-4c; 5 doz children's
10c tan hose, this week 5c
Underwear
22 doz ladies' vests, taped neck. This
week 10c, three for 25c
Corsets Lot $1 and $1.50 corsets,
summer netting, batistes and coutile, this
week 69c. Lot 50c corsets, summer net
ting and coutile, this week 23c
Boys' Shirt Waists-36 waists, 50c
goods, this week 19c
Boys' Shirts Percale, attached col
lars, formerly 39c, this week 29c
Handkerchiefs
35 doz emb. and lace, both scalloped and
hemstitched edges, 19c goods,thisweek 12c
Laces 100 pes torchon laces from I to
2 1-2 in. wide, worth up to 7c. This week
3c, 30c doz.
Cloth and Hair Brushes 63,
worth 50c, this week 25c
Ribbons75c, No. 1 to 7, for hair rib
bon, worth up to 10c, this week 1c
Buster Brown Collars Ladies
and children's, all sizes, 15c, two for 25c
Treasure Safety Pins Worth 5c
card, this week 2 for 5c
All sizes 12 pins on erd.
Box Paper 24 sheets, 24 envelopes,
this week 8c
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