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FURS FURS 0 He t s sic SJIEIB WEST mT&UmJLNT&ttm7UUm 3D IT SJJLo-SLSB?" We have in stock and on display without doubt the largest and most complete line of , Ladies' Misses' and Children's Furs Ever Shown in Richmond - 3 The line consists of everything in Ladies' Fur Neckwear from 50c to $100 each. Ladies' Fur Coats in large variety of furs, from Electric Seal Jackets at S25 to the fine Alaska Seal Coats at $400 We make thjs elaborate display thus early Pir T)Ana vt fl fn9 Sce us or anythinS in Furs. as an advance introduction to our 1 U I LSt;JCIlllllC;ilL Our large Fur Catalogue will be ready in a few SEE WEST WINDOW M" BOTH PHONES WmmHHHMHmHtiHHtHMMX X X X X X X XX $11.00 to $18 These Coats have the broad, square shoulders, skirt cut wide and loose and they hang without a wrinkle They are made right up to the minute in style and finish. LOCAL BREVITIES. WILL ABSORB THE VAND ALIA PENNSYLVANIA LINE EXPECT ED TO TAKE THIS ROUTE MULO'T STILL IN CONTROL COURT HOUSE LOEHR & KLUTE 725 MAIN STREET g X X X lHHt X Water bills due October 1. Mr. and Mrs. L. Jones of Ceaiter ville were in the city yesterday. Tom Kaufman and Erville Lock wood went to St. Louis yesterday. Dr. Park for high class dentistry, 8 N. Tenth street. Lady assistant. Take the Dayton & Western cars zo the New Cedar Springs Hotel, now open. tf Homer Beach, of Galveston, Tex., formerly of Richmond, is visiting here. Miss Rogers returned yesterday afternoon to Hamilton, after visiting Miss Clara Myrick. , The Rev. and Mrs. II. II. Hadley are in Boston today attending the Episcopal church convention. -f . Mrs. Myrick, of North Eleventh The statement of Volney T. Ma street, has returned home from a vis lott, receiver for the Terre Haute & it with her daughter in Noweaque, imlianapolis Railroad company (the xmnoi!s Vandalia line), that his receivership Thursday, Friday and Saturday of probably will soon be terminated, is this week Mrs. L. a. lii-enm-wiii give regarded as an indication of the com 20 per cent, discount on all 1 .street plete absorption of the line by the hats. Moore The Termination of the Receiver ship Ends on October 31, 1904 Contemplated Merger. The Best Place To .....pffioaMocaTa Buy 62 J Pennsylvania system in the near fu- th real estate man. over ture- T1,e Pennsylvania lines now 8 North Seventh street has several operate over the Vandalia by the clos- houses for rent. Go and see him to- est Fusible trame arrangements, and j v the stock of the Vandalia is controll- Chairman A. M. Gardner, of the J J Wayne County Central Republican Committee, was in Indianapolis yes- . " 1 , ' ' v the Vandalia has been practically terday on campaign business. . . ? l L"ll U Vfc. 1 1J V A 1UU7J Jl vania lines. sold. Rentals $3 to $5 per month. The report that the Vandalia re Repairs and ribbons for all machines ceivership would soon end has been Tyrell, W. U. Tel. office. Phone 2b. confirmed by receiver Malott. He - I ;t iL.i ii i. Water bills due October 1. saia u,ai l,us pruuaoiy come about on October Jl, as most ot the Mr. H. R. Ihrie, Indiana represen- , ... .. , , - . I 111111 IV'll 11114 wirii .Tiuru (I111.& IliC coniany Avas ih a good financial condition. Mr. Malott also said that at the dose of the receivership the property would remain in his hands. The Following Items Were Probated With the County Clerk. An order of court investing the personal property of the late Benja min Timberlake in his widoA-v. IIoAvard Campbell as trustee for Jeanette G. Craighead, William W. Gaar, Julia Gaar, the children of W. W. Gaar, James M. Gaar and Ru dolph Gaar Leeds, under the Avill of the late John M. Gaar, files his sever el reports and tenders his resignation as trustee. The reports were approA- ed and his resignation accepted. The Dickinson Trust company is appoint ed to continue the trust under the will. The final settlement of . the esfcat-e-of George W. Dick is approved. The report of Mordecai D. Dodd ridge, guardian of the minor heirs of Sarah J. Wiseman is approved. The report of sale of the real es tate in the estate of Mary E. Knabe, deceased, is filed and approved. The report of sale of the real es tate in the estate of Joseph Ralston, deceased, is filed and approved. Alonzo A. Black, guardian of the minor heirs of Jabez Beeson, is au thorized to sell real estate Avithout notice. BANKERS . HAVE MEETING EIGHTH ANNUAL CONVENTION AT THE CLAYPOOL THE ELECTION OF OFFICERS tatiA-e of the American Type Found ers' company, Avas in the city y ester i ia v caning uii me nuiif. nc wm ithe Palladium a pleasant visit. Mrs. Lou Sehirmeyer and Will Occur Today An Interesting Program and Some Discussions. IS AT PHONES 49 Brancli Yard, 39 S. 6tli--Plione 516. Executes All Manner of Trusts. J Acts as EXECUTOR, ADMINISTRATOR, GUARDIAN, TRUSTEE, J J RECEIVER, Etc. X Wills kept In our Safety fcult Free of Charge Consultation on Estate Matters Invited t POLO DOPE FOR THE LOCAL FANS . Secretary Bronson, of the Central Polo Leajrue, says that probably by the etui of this week the clubs will Jeff MeA'ers aauII Mrs. return from Indi- to be operated by the owners. Mr. he practically lined up. As yet only Malott stated that there AA'ould be anapolis this evening. They ha-e absolutely no changes in the orpraniza" been attending Grand Lodge and A'is- iting relatiAes and friends. If troubled with a weak digestion try Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver Tablets. They will do you good. For sale by A. G. Luken & Co., TV. H. Sudhoff, fifth and Main streets. Elect Officers. ; The congregation of the First Lu- tion or in the personnel of the offi cial staff, that he had noAV a fine Avorking force and would retain it under the new order of things The only change would be that instead of operating it . for the United ; States court he Avould operate it for the company ' '' ' The"receivership was begun Novem ber 13, 1S96 on the complaint! of bondholders of a leased line, the urn Silver Qolisr Has the purchasing: power of a gold certificate simply be cause Uncle Sammy stands hack of it - - - - OUR BIG SUIT BARGAINS Are great values, and we stand back of them with our guarantee as to fit, wear and permanency of color - -- - - -- Suits from $6.48 up. We can please you. . Call and see. Wehrley &. Thomas, Furnishers 418 N. 8th and 203 Ft. Wayne ave. theran church at a business session Terre Haute & Peona, on a default last eA-ening elected the follqwing of- of interest on its bonds. In the time fieers: Trustee, Fred Kehlenbrink; that has intervened, under Mr. "Ma- elder, Henry Barth; deacons, Geeorge lott's management, all the debts haA-e IlaAA-ekotte and Charles Wettig. A been paid out of earnings, the road number of reports of various commit- has practically been rebuilt, neAV t-ees and societies Avere read After 1 equipment has been made to the the business session the congregation shops, considerable double track has indulged in a social hour. I been built, and the property has been put. in a condition Avhere it ranks Arbor Day. I among the finest railway properties The goAemor has issued a procla-lin the country. mation setting aside October 21 as The statement of Mr. Malott that "Arbor and Bird Day." This day most the litigation of the Vandalia will be celebrated bv aooropriate had been settled leads to the infer- ceremonies through the State and in fence that the action that is about to a icav signatures nave been asked ior or refused. The report that Lafav- ette has signed Curtis, the plajer about Avhom there has been so much controversy, is not belieAed to be true. x When asked if Eddie Iliggins Avould be sold to the Terre Haute polo team, Manager Petty gaAe a little laugh and said: "He's Avorth more than Brorison's AA'hole team and I Avould not sell him for any price." That-settles.-the question as far as Terre Haute in concerned. -''Indianapolis, Ind, October 6.- Four hundred Indiana bankers more than double the number that eA'er attended a -previous session of the Indiana Bankers' Association were present at the opening of the eighth annual convention in the Clay pool Hotel assembly hall. The election of officers for the en suing year ill take place today, and Avill close the business sessions' of the meeting. According to precedent Avhich will probably not be broken Vice president A. G. Lupton, of Hartford City, will be adA-anced to the office of president, V. W. Bon ner, of Greensburg, retiring. C. II. Church,' of Muneie, will probably be advanced to the position of vice p res ilient. The annual reception of the Indian apolis bankers to the visitors and their AviA'es Avas gi-en at the Clay pool Hotel last night. The annual smoker will be giwn tonight. Yes terday afternoon the bankers visited the Atlas engine AA-orks and BeniU bag factory. This afternoon they will visit the printing establishments of Bnrford and Levy Brothers & Co. Program for Today. The program fcr today's session i made up of addresses bv James B. Sale, president of the Farmers and Merchants' Bank at Markle, on "Th Uniform Bill of Lading as a Nego tiable Instrument;" by John Knight, of Montreal, senetarv-treasurer of the Canadian Bankers' Association, on general banking subjects, and by J, A. S. Pollard, of Ft.MadLson, la., on current matters of interest to bankers. There will be a general dis cussion and the annual election will close -the session. - . - many places trees will be planted along the public highways. Schools and colleges will adjourn for this day and the entire time of the school chil dren of this State will be occupied wit ban attempt to interest them in be taken Avas delayed by, the com pany until the decision of the United States Supreme Court against the State of Indiana in its suit against the Vandalia for nearly a million dol lars, alleged to be due- the school the culture of trees. This has been fund. A decision on this case was observed in this State for seAvral years, but the bird idea is something more recent. It is stated by those in positio nto know that theaA-erage person is sadly lacking in his knOAvl edge of birds and an effort is being made to interest the coming genera tive study of these little crea- tion in tl tures. handed down by the United States Supreme Court last spring, reversing the decision of the Marion Superior Court and the State Supreme Court By letter, William Parsons, of the defunct Xcav England league, has re commended Arandal, a XeAv England referee, for third member of the staff of Western League referees. Dai Williams, a baseball-player of Marion, is also sugested. Arlie Lat ham and Waller have been approved for tAo of the referees. x- The talked of trade of Cunning ham, Sr., and Haughton for "Cap." Roberts still continues to flit about. Sebern says he "will stand pat on his present rush Hue, Roberts and Mur phy. Presidenfllenley says its np to Sebern to make the advances. On this foundation the El wood-Richmond sAvap is at present resting. Dancing School. Any one wishing to join Mrs. Kolp's dancing class may do so next Friday evening at 7 o'clock. Human beings are not alone in suffering from plague n India. The disease has been bad of late in the Mysore state, where it is reported, Avrites our Simla correspondent, that one'of the palace elephants has suc cumbed after deAeloping Avhat seemed to be typical plague SAel lings.- Lon don News. . . K , PEOPLE'S COLUMN' domestic, WANTED To assist as laundry work excluded, in a family of Friends. Call at 300 south tenth street or Home 'Phone 220, LOST Pass Jook, Xo. 447, People Home & Savings 'Association Name of Mary Pilmer, Cll sou tlx twelfth street. ... - WANTED Bright Business Womarf (home work) to distribute sampld magazines and to compile an offi cial census of magazines subscribed for. Steady employment. Salary a start $15.00 per week. Experience unnecessary, but good reference required. Address Sprague Wholej sale Co., Magazine Dept., 270 V a bash Aa-c., Chicago. 5-d-ot. WANTED Boys. Two industriou " errand boys 14 to 16 years of ag can find employment at Knollen berg's Store.