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RICHMOND DAILY PALLADIUM, MONDAY. MORNING, OCTOBER 17, 1904.
eight D J777 T TS M EM S Extraordinary Selling of Ladies' Stylish Hat Veils See East Center Case , Six dozen fancy bordered Veils, 5i inches long, black brown and white, with burnt orange, green, brown, white and black chemle polka dots every one a beauty. Veils in this lot Cfl pTO worth 7dc and $1.00, special only . ........ OU UIU FANCY FACE VEILS Latest importations new fall styles Ladies' Face Veils ask to see them 25c, 30c, 35c JQ gjg yQ Ladles ' Underwear Special Ladies' heavy Jersey ribbed fleeced Pants and Vests, worth 50c, only . . Men 's Underwear Special Men's heavy underwear, Jeisey ribbed and heavy fleeced, worth 50c, only . . Misses Underwear Special Heavy fleeced ribbed Union Suits, worth 60c, Saturday they go for . . . 25 CTS 39 GTS 25 CTS SATURDA Y BARGAINS Fancy Goods 25 CTS 25 CTS Ribbons for the Neck and Hair, fancy stripe and plaid, C OTP Vfl up to No. 40 wide, worth 10c, Saturday ..... UUIO I U Large size Jet Collars, worth 50 cents, Saturday ... Fancy Embroidered Stocks and Turnovers, worth 25c, , Saturday three for . . . . . Embroidered Turnovers, worth 10c and 15c, K PTC Saturday J UIO 50 CTS FLANNELETTE PETTICOATS - 10 dozen heavy Flannelette Petticoats, in plain pink and blue colors, good 76c values, Saturday only 10 dozen geod heavy Petticoats, fancy blue and pink striped outings, three small ruffles with silk ttitchiog. good $1.00 "7C OTO values, Saturday only t IJ U I O HI 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 Clothes1 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 range, $8.50, $10, $12.50, 15, $16.50, 18 and $20 ... s LOEHR & KLUTE 725 MAIN STREET g LOCAL BREVITIES. George Dilks left for St. Louis last evening. Richard Jackson, of Chicago, spent yesterday in Richmond. Mr. Ordell Briggs, of Dayton, O., spent Sunday in the city. Mrs. George R. Williams will spend a few weeks in St. Louis. Daniel Miller goes to Peru this morning for a few days' visit. Miss Esther Kerns, of Muncie, has been the guest of local relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Morris are the guests of Logansport relatives. Dr. Park for high class dentistry, 8 N. Tenth street. Lady assistant. Fred. Davenport and Frank. Thom as left for St. Louis yesterday morn ing. Take the Dayton & Western cars to the New Cedar Springs Hotel, now open. tf M. C. Henley and Oliver Gaar went to Colon, Michigan, for a few days' fishing. C. H. Ellabarger and family, of Anderson, are visiting D. R. Ellabar ger and family. Paul O'Connel, of Boston, Ind., spent yesterday with Walter Schnei der of this city. Miss Cass, who has been visiting Miss Rhea Reid left for her home in Denver last night. Mis Fannie Grimes, of Indianapo lis, has been the guest of Richmond relatives during the past week. Moore the real estate man, over 8 North Seventh street has several houses, for rent. Go and see him to day. Business Men's quick 25c lunch, from 10:30 to 2, Union Station Res taurant. P. Merkle & Son, Prop. 13-7t. Mrs. J. G. Leeds will give a dance tomorrow evening at the I. O. O. F. hall in honor of Miss Rhea Reid, of New York. Mrs. S. E. Swain and Mrs. Thomas Nicholson will be hostesses for the Saturday afternoon card party at the Country Club. Misses Yarrow and Ayres, of Trav erse City, Michigan, who have been visiting Miss Ella Quinlivan spent yesterday in Cincinnati. Typewriters, all makes, rented, sold. Rentals $3 to $5 per 4 month. Repairs and ribbons for all machines Tyrell, W. U. Tel. office. Phone 2G. Jimmy Irsfield .were also on hand to assist the regular coaches. t Prohis Have Meeting. One week from Tuesday the Pro hibitionists intend to have an all-day rally at Glen Miller park followed by speaking by leading members of the party at the G. A. R. hall in the evening. Among the prominent men to speak are Felix T. MeWhirter, candidate for governor of this State; G. E. Newlin, chairman of the State committee: E. C. Shouse, of Illinois and M. E. Race, a singer. The local committee in charge of the affair, ex pect a large number of people to be present from all over the county. Ex cellent arrangements have been made for the entertainment of the crowd at the all-day rally to be held in Glen Miller. Bichmond Shoe Co. Clias. H. Fcltman STORY TOLD Of a Humorous Incident at Muncie Bryan Meeting. Several incidents of a humorous na ture are bei.ig to!d about the Bryan meeting at Muii"ir. says the Muncie Times. One is to.d by J. b. Llhs county commissioner. "I was standing in the crowd near the platform," said Mr. Ellis, "when I noticed a man, roughly dresses and appearing well along in his drinks, listening to Colonel .Hunter, the speak er who preceded Mr. Bryan. In front of the man was a well dressed stran rer and after a time the intoxicated individual addressed the stranger: " 'Say, Mister, what's this crowd doin' here?" 'Listening to a Democratic speech.' replied the stranger. " 'Who's speakin'?' " 'What's he talkin' about?' " 'About the principles of Demo cracy.' '"Well, what's this crowd stayin' in this place for?' " 'Halting lor 31 r. nrvan to come and make a speech.' 'Bryan? Bryan?.' repeated the individual 'lot's see: of many believe interrogatories, I've heard of him before. lie's the man that's wanted fer murder, ain't hel i i Murder! did you say.'? Why, no he was a candidate for the presi dency replied the stranger, 'and he is a great, man " 'Thash it; thought I'd heard of him; He's the man that killed the pemocratic party The Best Place To Buy '';;IPO.MM'KlTAS.. IS AT (BLM3) S , (BGD. PHONES 49, Branch Yard, 39 6th--Plioiie 516. it AS TO INTEREST ON DEPOSITS. H ' Dickinson Trust Company Conservative, Solid Financial Institution, with large capital and careful management pays 3 Per Cent. Interest ; on Savings Deposits of $1.00 or more besides doing J . 1 tJ a general trust business and buying and selling Open until 8.00 p.! m. on Tuesdays. Safo Investment Securities. A. GOLFERS PRACTICE Williams Pleases Students With a View of Team in AGtion. Minneapolis, October 17. Dr. Wil liams ordered the gates of Northrop field thrown open last Aveek and gave the uninitiated a view of Minnesota team at its daily practice. And what the crowd saw Aas Avell Avorth the effort to go to the field, for the hrst ami second team oattled in a fierce struggle on the gridiron, with honors so nearly equal that there seemed little choice between the teams. The first team Avas in good form and played great football, Avhile the cppnnd Ipnm showed about the bot 1 fVrm of thr season. and sit times more than held its own against 'the varsity. Case and Bnrgan Ave re not in the scrimmage Avork for the first team, and Hobby Marshall vas also given a rest, but the other varsity men were in the lineup and Avere Avorked to the limit. Kicker Ava$ sent to play center tor the second team, and in return Oech and Vitta were loaned to the varsity for guards and tackle. The back field was 'com posed of the unusual men, Davis, Current and Kremer, while Larkin Avent in at quarter. " Weisel took Mar shall's place at right end. The first team was strong on of fensive Avork at times, but the ex cellent defense of the second eleven gave it a hard test. Current, Krem er and Davis went through the line for good gains and were strong on defense. Current especially distin guished himself in throwing back the opposing runners for several big losses. A Aveakness Avas found in the line at times, and the second team men plowed through for some long gains lhe coaches Avorked to remedy this fault, and considerable improvement Avas evinced beiore the end of the Aveek's practice. ' Aune, left end of the championship 1900 team, was out, and gave Earl some pointers on h'ow- to play the position. Professor Harding and EVER WATCHFUL A Little Care Will Save Many Rich- , . mond Readers Further Trouble. Watch the Kidney secretions. See that they have the amber hue of health; The discharges not excessive or in frequent; Contain no "brick-dust like" sedi ment. Doan's Kidnev Pills Avill do this for you. Thev Avatch the kidnevs and cure them Avheu they're sick. Miss S. Hamilton, 22 south ninth street, says: "For two or three vears I Avas troubled with my loins and soreness directly o-er the right kidnev. The secretions were unnat ural and irregular. Headaches am attacks of dizziness Avere of frequent occurrence. Having seen Doan's Kid" nev Pills hiirhlv recommended for these troubles I got a box at A. G Luken's druar store and used them They seemed especially adapted fo mv case aim reiieveu me in a verv sliort time.' '" For sale bv all dealers. Price cents per box. Buffalo, N: Y. United States. liemember the ename loan's anu take no other. . . ')0 Foster-Milburn Co sole asrents for thd Geo. Denker lF(iDli Calls for a Neat well fitting shoe You should have no other. We're foot-fitters. We call attention to a few cf our neat ones. :rippendorf's hand turn and Goodyear welt Shoes combine more style, comfort and wearing qua ity than any other shoe at the flft price OUiUU Krippendorf s $3 50 Shoes are easily worth $5.00, but we're selling them at ...... $3.50 We have the best, most stylish and complete lice of $2.00 shoes In the CO flfl city. In patent leather, box calf or vici you'll find no better at . . v4iUU We have a splendid Ladies' Shoe at $1.50 TIRTS"" US and see if we don't save you money. A penny saved is a penny earned. We should all save money for a rai ay day. We sell you goods and you will save money lie re. Money loaned on watches, diamonds and jewelr . Buy where you can borrow at a moment's notice. Open evenings. AMERICAN LOAN CO. 526 Main Street 4-HH,K..t.lM. -M'l I' .i..i..mMM..:hM. H"I-t- 'M-H--H-I- Extra Fine Lake Fish Just received ... White Fish No. I Pickerel i Mackinaw Trout ty beauties Come and see our place and sample our goods. Courteous treatment to all. Model Fish Market 421 Main Wl Tl SHMFER 'H"M"1' rii'I'ii'IM FOR SALE My annual stock of Pure Bred Barred Plym outh Rocb Chickens for breeders. The best strain known. Phone 63S O.. E. FulsllUm Removed ; From 32 South Tenth street to our new office, 24 South Thirteenth street Home Electric Appliance Co., 15-7t. . Richmond, Ind. MILLS m N0.I6 S7tlvSt- Mf ySf TlLPH0NEN950o yOrY GET YOUR STOVE, NICKEL PLATED AT BROWN DARNELL'S 1022 MAIN 16-2t. ' Seventh Precinct. The Republicans of the Seventh precinct of Wayne township will hold a mass meeting1 next Friday ev eningfto organize a Republican club. Chairman (Jardner ; of the county committee and a number of speak ers will be present. The drum corps from Anderson Corners is expected to be in attendance. .All Republicans are urged to be present. Better Than Pills. The question has been asked In what way are Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver Tablets superior to the or dinary cathartic and' liver pillst Our answer is They are easier and more pleasant to take and their effect is so gentle and so agTeable that one hardly realizes that it is produced by a medicine. They not only move the bowels but improve the ap petite and aid the digestion. For sale at 23 cents per bottle by A. G. Lu ken & Co., and W. Hr Sudhoff, comer Fifth and Main streets. 27.50 ' Hot 'Springs, S. D. and return, from Chicago daily, via the Chicago & NortbJWestern Ry. Correspondingly low rates from other points. The Black Hills .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 TV. B. Kniskern, Chicago. PEOPLE'S COLUMN All ads. under the above bead will be charged for at rate of one-half 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 South Tenth street, . private - entrance. Cheap. . ' 12-5 . $30.00 to Colorado and Return Via Chicago, Union Pacific & North Western Line. Chicago 1 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 'ights en route from the Atlantic Seaboard. Two fast trains daily. A. H. Waggener, 22 Fifth Avenue, Chicago, TIL FOR RENTTwo five room t -fiats complete with bath and steam heat.' Apply , to A. W. Reed, South Sev- eth streets 13-5t. FOR SALE Several head of horses at No. 1S04 nortlrF-street. l6-2t REMEMBER TODAY AND TO MORROWARE THE DAYS OF OUR FUR OPENING. THE GEO H. KNOLLENBERG CO. rOR SALE Old papers for sale at the Palladium office. 15 cents' t hundred and some thrown in. FOR RENT Three houses, two ot five rooms, and one of six rooms. Call at NO.1S04 north F street for particulars. 16-2:. WANTED Two or threej,nnfurnsili d. comfortable 'rooms for winter, in quiet locality, conveniences, gas or steam. Cheap. B. F. Craves New Paris, Ohio. FOR SALE-GOOD SECOND- HAND HARNESS & CARRIAGE. NO. 229 SOUTH FIFTH STREET. ' ; lG-3t. COME EARLY TO KNOLLEN BERG 'S FUR OPENING TODAY AND TOMORROW. AVOID THE AFTERNOON RUSH. Ai OCAjl-