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RICHMOND DAILY PALLADIUM, SUNDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 16, 1804. LOCAL BREVITIES. D i D D MUM 3 Extraordinary Selling of Ladies Stylish Hat Veils See East Center Case Six dozen fancy bordered Veils, 54 inches long, black, brown and white, with burnt orange, green, brown, white and black chenile polka dots every one a beauty. Veils in this lot Cfl PTQ worth 7oc and 1.00, special only UU UIO FANCY FACE VEILS Latest importations new fall styles Indies' Fac and Face Veils ask to see them 25c, 30c, 35c Crt OTP Vrl UU UIO IU Ladles Underwear Special Ladies' heavy Jersey O C OTO .v ribbed fleeced Pants and Vests, worth 50c, only . . L) UIO Men 's Underwear Special Men's heavy underwear, Jeisey ribbed and heavy fleeced, worth 50c, only . . Misses Underwear Special Heavy fleeced ribbed I) C ATO Uuion Suits, worth 60c, Saturday they go for . . . tu UIO 39 GTS SATURDAY BARGAINS Fancy Goods Large size Jet Collars, worth 50 cents, Saturday 25 GTS - Fancy Embroidered Stocks and Turnovers, worth 25c, OC PTC Saturday three for W UIO Ribbons for the Neck and Hair, fancy stripe and plaid, C OTQ VR up to No. 40 wide, worth 10c, Saturday J UIO I U Embroidered Turnovers, worth 10c and 15c, Saturday 5 CTS FLANNELETTE PETTICOATS - 10 dozen heavy Flannelette Petticoats, in plain pink Cfj PTC and blue colors, good 76c values, Saturday only . . JU UIO 10 dozen geod heavy Petticoats, fancy blue and pink striped outings, three small ruffles with silk ftitching, good $1.00 "7C PTC values, Saturday only fiL ' U UIO Getting the most for your money doesn't mean snap ping at the bait of low prices fatal blunder, that WORTH ALWAYS COMMANDS ITS PRICE Our Hand Tailored Clothes are not for the men who want to pay the least, but for him who wants to get the most for his outlay most in style, most in wear, most in all-round goodness. No other clothes like them. Price ranee, $8.50, 10 12.50, 15, $16,50, $18 and $20 LOEHR & KLUTE 725 MAIN STREET The Best Place To Buy ..ipooaHOGnra ' z IS AT : ; t AS TO I NTEBEST ON DEPOSITS Dickinson Trust Company Conservative, Solid Financial Institution, with large capital and careful management pays 3 Per Cent. Interest on Savings Deposits of $1.00 or more besides doing a general trust business and buying and selling - ?. Safe Investment Securities. Open until 8:00 p. m. on Tuesdays. Trv a dinner at the home diriinsr room, 23 north ninth street. Dr. Park for high class dentistry, 8 N. Tenth street. Lady assistant Take the Dayton & Western cars to the New Cedar Springs Hotel, now open. : tf FOR RENT Six room house, good barn and three acres of ground. Address P. O. Box 5G4. 15-2t Moore the real estate man, over 8 North Seventh street has several houses for rent. Go and see himto day. Business Men's quick 25e lunch, from 10:30 to 2, Union Station Res taurant. P. Merkle & Son, Prop. 13-7t. Typewriters, all makes, rented, sold. Rentals $3 to $5 per month. Repairs and ribbons for all machines Tyrell, W. U. Tel. office. Phone 26. Judge Abbott yesterday fined J. II. Roush $1 and costs for profanity. The charge was preferred by four girls employed at at the Arnold Hotel. RUSSIAN LOSS HEAVY (Continued from 1st page.) firing a single shot, marched under cover of the darkness and bayoneted several battalions of the Japanese, manv of whom died as they slept. A few Japanese escaped and sought lu'Hev in stacks of Chinese corn, but the Russians, carried away by the frenzv of the revenge, rushed upon the survivors and literally tore up their bodies with bayonets. The Rus sians then rolled themselves in the Japanese blankets. CD ATTMEK v. ' OTGDS. (SOD. PHONES 49 Branch Yard, 39 S. 6th Phone 5x6 QUAKERS DEFEATED (Continued From First Page.) Yale Surprised. New Haven, Conn., October 10. Syracuse University met the Yale eleven yesterday and the Eli's had their hands full defeating the New York men, only managing to dispose of them 17 to 9. Yale showed unex pected weakness. Other Games. Amherst 12, Columbia 0. Harvard 4, West Point 0. Cornell 24, Bucknell 12. Pennsylvania 0. Brown 0. Minnesota 32, Ames 0. Haskell Indians 30, Missouri Uni versity 0. Drake o2, Coe 0. Illinois 10, Indiana 0. Chicago 30, Towa 0. Georgetown 17, Villa Nova 0. Pes Moines State Normal 17, Cor nell College 10. University Cincinnati 40, Miami 0. Kentucky University 42, Central University 0. Kentucky State College 42, Be rea 0. Wisconsin University 58, Notre Dame 0. St. John's Academy 12, Beloit 0. Nebraska 40, Creighton 0. Kansas 6, Colorado 6. Ohio Wesleyan 22, Oberlin 11. Dartmouth 11, "Williams 0. Lafayette 33, Bloomsburg 0. Carlisle Indiana 100, Albright 0. WAY DOWN EAST Richmond People Once More to See This Popular Production. Next Thursday evening the people of Richmond will again have the pleasure of seeing "Way Down hast, a theatrical production that bids fair to rival "Uncle Tom's Ca bin." Time comes and time goes but these two masterpieces continue to be as popular with the American public as when they were first pro duced. The company that is to play in Richmond is the first company and with the enlarged stage at the Gen nett theater, it can for the first time be properly produced in this city. "Way Down East" carries ten head of stock, two horses, two cows, two calves and four sheen and two special cars are required to cany the special scenery. Week before last "Way Down East I ' played a six days' engagement in-Cincinnati, seats selling at $1.50. At the Gennett Thursday night the . tyles that are really stylish Not the fashion plate imitations of worn out whims, but the live, vigorous New York cicthes-shapes, which men of tasJe and originality or demanding in the big centers of business and social activity. This is the advantage which the man who wears has over the man who still sticks to the average custom tailor. Hard to make them see it, but sooner or later they come around. This label has done a good deal to help: SOLD EXCLUSIVEL Y BY tfhe Model BhiMii &omximj Aft 4 Vq-7i4 Jilmn Stmt . highest priced seat in the house will be -f.l.00 and the sale of seats indi cates a splendid audience. A Good Company. The Downing, Chakeres & Kas mir. company that appearsat the New Phillips on next Friday and Saturday is undoubtedly one of the strongest organizations of . its kind. This com pany comes highly recommended from other cities where they have ap peared, and the papers have been loud in their .praise of the meritorious performance presented by the Down ing, Chakeres & Kasmir company. The organization is a very large one, numbering twenty-five people, all of them artists of the highest abiltiy. A few names that we might mention that appear on the program are Mr. Lew Benedict, that well known and popular comedian, whose reputation has been gained by long and faithful years of service in the theatrical pro fession. Mr. Benedict has been espe cially engaged by this company for the part of King Kalakaua of the Hawaiian Islands in the operette en titled the Golden Ball. Another spe cial feature which Avill appear will be that of the famous Elliott and Neff, two talented artists of acknowl edged ability, both for their singing and cornet solo work. Then another act that we might mention is that of the famous acrobatic team, Kohler & Kohler. Seats will be found on sale at Nixon's next Thursday. So don't fail to secure them well in advance, we predict a crowded house. POLO GOSSIP News of any absolute certainty in nolo circles is almost as scai-ce as hen's teenth, yet there is just enough doin" to keep the magnates, as well as the fans on the uneasy seat. Last night the Indianapolis News used a polo story in which it said that La faVette had made a trade for Frank Warner in which Marion secures "Long John" Wiley and Dawson, and that perhaps these two would he traded by Marion to Indianapolis for MeGilvary. So far as is known this is hot air. John, Fage the Marion magnate who lives in Anderson, was in this city yesterdayin consultation with the other members of the Ma rion Athletic association and he knew of no such deal, though he said he was not adverse to the idea of trad ing Warner to Lafayette. One man on the Marion team has been signed and his contract1 has been filled Cut under the requirements, binding that man to the Marion Ath intie Association. The one man simed is "Foxy" Joe Fox. and this menns another good team for Marion. A letter of acceptance, of the contract la be Marion's polo manager this win ter was received yesterday from Joe Fox who. in addition stated that he would sign the rest of the team as soon as he could. This means that Lewis, Jean, Cameron and Burgess will be in line when the time comes. Frank Warner Avill not play with Ma rion. Joe Fox in his letter stated that he had thiee or four trades on for Warner, all of which were bona fide and that Marion would secure as good or a better man than War ner. The trade that is on, it is un-' derstood, is the ultimate securing of a contract with Nick MeGilvary 's name attached to it. Manager Joe Fox wants MeGilvary and he will not leave a stone unturned until he se cures the services of the popular sec ond rush. ' The signing of Joe Fox is signifi cant of one thing, and that is it is a cinch that there will be no Eastern league or revival of the American league. Joe Fox is regarded as one of the powers and has more influence among the players than William Par son. Now that Fox is signed, the backbone of the American league is broken. William Parsons, the for-, mer president of the defunct Ameri can league, does not think much of the prospects of the reorganization of that league. The members of the Ma rion Athletic association have re ceived letters from him in which he offers to sign as manager of the Ma rion bunch. The local management, however, decided that Joe Fox was good enough for them and proceeded to get his "Joe Fox" down in writ ing where it would do them some good. vr 4 4 It is lkely that by tonight Ed. Hip son will have. signed a contract for , his second season of polo in Terre Haute as first rush. He and Mana ger Bronson had their first heart to heart talk last evening. Hipson and Hadley are the only ones of last year'8 team who have not signed. A contract was received from Freeman of Paw tucket, yesterday, Mullin, Woods and Harkins had signed prior to this week PEOPLE'S com All ads. under the above head will be charged for at rate of onehalf cent a word. Such Items as Lost, Found, Help Wanted, etc., Inserted free. FOR. RENT Neatly furnished room, gas heat and light at No. 12 Sout'j Tenth street, private entrance. Cheap. 12-& FOR RENT Two five room flat complete with bath and steam heaU Apply to A. -W. Reed, South Sev eth street. ' 13-5t LOST On North E or North Eighth streets, , between Thirteenth on Er or from railroad store to Natural Gas otfice, a twenty dollar bill Re turn to this office and receive re ward. FOR SALE Several head of horses at No. 1S04 north F street. 16-2t FOR RENT Three houses, two ot five rooms, and one of six rooms. Call at No. 1804 north F street for particulars. lG-2t. Please report and defective gas burners Light, Heat & Power Co. FOR SALE GOOD SECOND HAND HARNESS & CARRIAGE. NO. 229 SOUTH FIFTH STREET. lC-3t. NOTICE $1.00 round trip to Dayton, account baseball, Cincinnati Reds vs. Dayton. Tickets good going on special car at 1:30 p. m. Tickets good returning on any car. . Central League plaj-ers now. in the east will meet in Boston on the 20th and will proceed to Indina all to gether. In this crowd will be the Terre Haute, Danville, and Lafay ette plavers. 5f Lation states that Rusher Curtiss, over whom there was a squabble, in all probability will not come west this season but will play in the east if a new leasnie is organized. He also says that Nick MeGilvary of Indi anapolis is at the head of the move ment looking to the organization of a new league. Removed From 32 South Tenth street to our new office, 24 South Thirteenth street I Home Electric Appliance Co., I - 15-7t. Richmond, Ind. GET YOUR STOVE NICKEL PLATED AT BROWN DARNELL'S 1022 MAIN 16-2t. . 27.50 Hot Springs, S. D. and return, from Chicago daily, via the Chicago & North-Western Ry. Correspondingly low rates from other points. The Black Hilla region the-' great natural sanitarium of the west, is one of the most picturesque spots in the world and well worth a visit. Information and tickets can be secur ed from your home agent. Illustrated Black Hills Booklet with valuable map mailed on receipt of 4 cents in stamps by W. B. Kniskern, Chicago. 30.00 to Colorado and Return Via Chicago, Union Pacific & North western Line. Chicago to Denver, Colorado Springs, and Pueblo, daily throughout the summer. Correspond ingly low rates from all points east. Only one night to Denver from Chi cago and Central States and only two eights en route .from the Atlantic Seaboard. Two fast trains daily. A. H. Waggener, 22 Fifth Avenue, Chicago, TIL t - - .