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RICHMOND DAILY PALLADIU2I, SATURADY MORNING, OCTOBER 29, 1904.
, 4 PAGE EIGHT "' ' l BLANKETS I BLANKETS T t BLANKETS I - . ' We make a lar&e showing in this line. J Cotton Blankets .. . . . . . 48c pair J All grades Cotton Blankets up to $2.50 Pair J All Wool Blankets $3.50 to V. $10 pair Extra Special Robe Blankets ..... .... 95c Pair Imported Robe Blankets ...... $2.50 pair 1 BIG LINE! The Only Way in the world is to save a part of yonr income regularly. A deposit with it SDSasCxSn sm) Will earn you 3 Compounded semi annually May 1 and November 1. Ready cash has saved many a man. A savings account is always ready. Safety Deposit Building . Quicker Money JVIomy loaned on watches, diamonds, jewelry, and all1 articles of value, at a moment's notice. You biirg the article and take the money away with you. A lot of ur redeemed watches, diamonds and other articles for sale at all times. Ovei coats almost as good as new. A trial will con vince you, Business strictly confidential. Km Ci Open evenings. 4 V.' 4 AMERICANS C THEY MY MAKE THEM BETTER BUT NOT FOR $3.00 A PAIR In Patent Colt Leather, Box Calf Leather, Enamel Calf Leather, heavy sole for winter CHOI C E $3.00 A PAIR for menahciv' they are welt soles, too. SEE CUR 11 R M AN' S ;Jp77x8; Main. Street Sudden Death! Are YOTT facta death trxfar? Is the deadlr vitality, undermining your system and leading you The blond I Ah. there's where the life orincinle Heart il the vital organs depend for health upon "The Aew Way purifies the blood, tWvinsr ont the germs of disease, uitona every part of the hody. Vitona cures Rheumatism, Indigestion, Constipation, Blood Poison, Bright s Disease. Piles. Nervous Exhaustion. Liver Troubles every disorder of anv kind that can be traced to bad blood. Get Vitona from your test tms new way to health,' wtnen is saving written guarantee given -wun eacn uouie. THE VITONA COMPANY, Coshocton. Ohio ZSSSSSSSSS FOR SALE BY GSSS5 THE BEST EiNOWN Noras-SOtii In iOc Packages vith List of Valuable Premiun ' To Get Ahead YirausH . per cent, interest 4- LOAN CO. WINDOW virus of disease at work In vnur blood, umunr vour swiftly and surely to the grave ? is to be found. Your Stomach. Liver. Xidnevs. the condition of the blood. . to Health and through its action restores perfect health to druggist $imo a bottle. Begin using it today, and tnousanda Horn hopeless sickness ana death. KNOWN AS THE BEST. Mince meat LOCAL BREVITIES. 'Emmons' Tailoring Company make fine suits at $15 and $18, A good Sunday dinner at Ilome dining room. . , 29-2t. Dr. Park for high class dentistry, 8 N. Tenth street. Lady assistant. Mrs. Sol Frankel leaves this morn ing for Springfield, Ohio, to visit her daughter, Mrs. F. J. Harding. Take the Dayton & Western cars to the New Cedar Springs Hotel, now jpen. ' tf Miss Rae Chandlee has returned from Xenia, 0., where she visited with friends. Moore the real estate man, over 8 North Seventh street has several houses for rent. Go and see him to day. Mrs. IT. C. Williams, of Cleveland O., is the guest of local friends and relatives. New cornmeal and buckwheat flour at the Richmond elevator. all groceries. The Penny Club will give a supper Monday evening, October 31st, at G. A. R. hall from 4:30 to 7:00 o'clock. Miss Clara Murphy, of Cincinnati has returned home after a visit of several days with relatives here. Faultless Creams can't be counted in the same class as ordinary crack ers. They stand by themselves the peer of all. Try them. (5 rent clearance sale of street and dress hats at Mrs. Banker's for three days, commencing Saturday, Octo ber 2i), Westcott Hotel Bldg., 1012 Main street. 29-sat-mon Misses Nellie Diggs and Oliver Miller, of Winchester, who have been visiting friends here, returned home yesterday morning. ;'-.,-, See the nice line of dress1" and street hats at Mrs. C. A. Bi'ehm's ot a reduced rate this week. Typewriters, all makes, rented, sold. Rentals $3 to $5 per month. Repairs and ribbons for all machines- Tyrell, W. U. Tel. office. Phone 26. Mrs. W, E. Gottlieb, of Baltimore is the guest of local relatives, ;'. Baked fresh every day. When you buy the Cream eraekers with Fault less on it, you by the best there is. Miss Jessie Kwig, of Indianapolis, is visiting friends in this city, , . . Feed grinding done promptly at Richmond Elevator, Corner 18th and north F streets. Phone 1492. - Mrs. J. L. Turner of Buffalo, is the guest of Mrs. Fred Scherb, of South I street. i . u When you buy Faultless Creams you buy the freshiest, best, crispiest, sweetest tasting cream crackers sold Insist on that kind. 26-tf A. M. Margedant and family of Hamilton, are visiting loeal rela tives and friends-. Mrs. C. A. Brehm wishes to an nounce that she, will continue the big reduction sale, on all hats, this week. Mrs. II. C. Noggle has returned to Anderson, after a week's visit with local relatives. Snow Flake corn meal for sale at Phone 1492. The Penny Club will give a supper Monday evening, October 31st, at G. A. It. hall from o:3$ to 7:00 o'clock. Why not buy Faultless Cream Crackers? They cost no more .than other kind. Faultless Creams are the Acme of perfection in the cracker world. They can't be beat. Eat Faultless Cream Crackers. They are good. Attend our great oriental rug sale. Oriental rugs repaired by a native Armenian. Lee B. Nusbaum. 26-3t Snow Flake corn meal made by Richmond Elevator. Phone 1492. Fine Old Crusted Wine. ' Speer's Old Port Wine from his Oporto grape vineyards, his Socialite Claret and his luscious Burgundy stand unrivaled by any wines in the world. They are used by the best families in New York, Philadelphia, Washington and in Europe. Heating Engineer. George H. Meerhoff of this city has accepted, a position with W. D. Jennings, at New Castle, and will have charge of the hot water and steam fittings made by Mr. Jennings' establishment. ' Mr. Meerhoff is a heating and ventilating engineer of long experience. : IMPORTANT CELEBRATION BY MEMBERS OF FIRST ENG LISH LUTHERN CHURCH TWENTIETH ANNIVERSARY Of the Founding of That Congrega tionElaborate Program Pre pared. The members of the congregation of the First English Lutheran church are making preparations to celebrate the twentieth anniversary of the founding of the church, .which oc curs tonn i hiw. The church is a branch of tin- old Seventh street Lu theran church r St. Paul's. The first minister of the First Lutheran church was the Bev. J. W. Kapp, who is now a minister in Cincinnati. The Rev. E. G. Howard, who is now pastor of the church, has collected considerable data concerning the es tablishment of the church Avhich will be given to the econgregation tomor row. The following program will be rendered during the day: Morning. Oj-ogan prelude ....... .Miss Esther Besselman Send Out Thy Light J. A. Parks Choir. Hymn 290-"Zion Stands With Hills Surrounded" . . Congregation. Collect In the Hour of Trial. . Chas. M, Davis Quartette. A nni;ersary Sermon ' ' The Secret of . a. Conquering hurch. ' ' Hymn 3.12 'Fear' Not, 0 Little Flock t lie Foe'' " , IIolv Communion. Offertory Sopra no solo ' ' O. Lamb ; of God.,": .... . - . .JaVoby Miss Alice Kehlenbrink Prayer. Ilvnitt 77 "Now Thank We All Our God,'' Benediction. Organ postlude. Evening. ' 41 -Organ prelude ......Miss Besselman The Lord is My Light. .H. W. Parker Choir. ' lifvocatlon. J Hymn 20 " Day is Dying in the ... 1 - '- - J 1 Scripture lessOri; . . Fear Not Oj Israel : . . Max Spicker Choir. Announcements. Offertory solo "O, Divine Redeem er Ch. Gounod Mrs. Fred Bartel. Violin obligator . . . .Mr. Fred Bartel Hymn 343 "A Mighty Stronghold is Our God." Address Rev. C. Huber, D. D., St. Paul's Lutheran Church. Hear My Prayer Mendelsshon Soprano solo and chorus. Address Rev. II. Allen Leader, Sec ond English Lutheran chureh. Hlmn 284 "Blest Be. the Tie that Binds." Benediction. Organ postlude. E. G. Howard, pastor. Lee B. Nusbaum, chorister. LITTLE Gl ANTSH ERE (Continued From First Page.) do. I will net make a statement as to what the score will be but I think we will win anddf we do not it will be because the team has taken an awful slump in the last few days." In answer to a question as to who he thought would win the Chicago Illinois game, Mr. Cayou said: "It will be a very close game. The Chi cago backs are about the fastest I ever saw and their line is like a stone wall, but Illinois has also im proved in the last few days and they will give Chicago a very close came. Coach Cayou has played on the Carlisle Indian team and also on the Illinois team and has made quite a reputation this year on account ot ihe way he has pulled the light Wa bash team through. The probable lineup and the weights of. the men who wilkplay to- Center, Shaw, 166 pounds. -I R. G., Rhodes, 176 pounds, i L. II. B., Marlatt, 14S pounds. . L. G.. Sutherland, 1S3 pounds. L. H. B., Spalding, captain, 171 pounds. :.: ;-yM...,.f ;, ,. ;;. .u.. Quarterback. Miller. 13." pounds.-.-.' R. E.. Shank, 154 pounds. L. E., Fnrip, ITS pounds. F. B.. Hario, 17vS pounds. R. T., Cantrell, 177 pounds. L. -T., Williams, 171. pounds. Substitutes Heinbaugh, 174; My ers, 151; Snyder, 150; Edwards, 145. DEATH3 AND FUNERALS. Reese Florence, the three-year-old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Reese, died Thursday evening at 5 o'clock, at their home, 20S West Charles street. The funeral will take place this afternoon at 2 o'clock and will le private. BALLOTS ARE HERE (Continued From First Page.) clerk himself witnesses the fact that they are packed in the box. The ex press company then makes out a re ceipt for-the goods and another re ceipt is given at the destination. A huge mistake was made at Indiana polis j'esterdaj- when the ballots for both Rush and Hancock counties were sent to Richmond. The express companies at Greenfield and Rush ville were telegraphed' at once and they notified the local express agent to reship them. The ballots for this county are now securely locked up in a large vault and will be kept there until they are delivered to precinct inspectors. RATLIFF HORSE JSTOLEN . (Continued from 1st page.) scription could be obtained of the man who took the rig. . About 12:30, thjs morning the lo cal police department received infor mation that Officer McDonald had caught Up with the robber, but was unable to capture him. McDonald was on the street car when lie came up with the robber. --The officer immedi ately drew his revolver and shot seven times at the fellow who ex changed the shots. ,It is not thought Jhat any of the officer's bullets took effect. At a late , hour this morning the local officers were unable to learn whether the man had been captured or not. SOME NOTES vr, It About Football Two Men are on the Sick List. The Earlham team will not be in as good condition for thegame today with Wabash as it was a week ago when it played Wittenberg. Two of the men are on the sick list, Brunson a star line man is sick in bed. and MeCreary, another line man, has a broken finger, which will keep him from doing effective work in today's game. Wilson, the regular quarter back, while he will play this after noon, is not in the best of condition physically. Thursday's game with "the city team put a little ginger into Earlham and .showed them where they stood. The team members know that they are up against one of the fastest football teams in the Statv when they go against Wabash this afternoon and they have said that they will fight to the last. CAVALRY PARADE Meeting on Tenth Street Monday Night at 7 O'clock. All persons who are to participate in the cavalry part of the parade in the Griffith parade next Monday evening are requested to meet at the corner of Tenth and Main streets at The Westcott Hotel at seven o'clock. Every one who owns a horse or can procure one is requested to take part in this section of -the parade. World's Fair excursion tickets to St. Louis will be sold via Pennsyl vania Lines at approximately one cent per mile " each Tuesday and Thursday until September 29th, valid In coaches of through trains, good returning within seven days. These are the lowest fares at which Word's Fair excursion tickets to St. Loui re sold. Fifteen day tickets, sixty day tickets and season tickets sold daily at reduced fares, good in sleep ing or parlor cars with required PulP man tiekets. For full information, OF DEMOCRACY THE MUNCIE TIMES PRINTS SOME STARTLING STORIES VOTERS SENT TOITHE FAIR Big Four Tickets as Freo as Water Four Thousand Given Away Slush Fund ; r The Muncie Times prints the fol lowing startling article concerning a Democratic attempt to deport Re publican voters in Delaware county: A gigantic plot presumably of the State Democratic committee, ha been unearthed in the city for send ing out of the state Republican vot ers. From Connersville there have 'been sent already at least twenty men who were to vote the Republican ticket and it is stated 'thai the emis saries of the Democratic party, liber ally supplied with money and rail way tickets, have been working hard. The objective point in most instances is Cleveland, Ohio. It is said several thousand Big Four tickets have been distributed to committees in the state principally in the cities having a large colored population, and that next week the colored voters and oth ers who can be induced to leave the state will be furnished with free transportation to the St. Louis Fair. This morning a committee from the Republican headquarters was sent out to counteract the work of the Democrats and some headway is be ing made. A number of men who had been supplied with railway tick ets and money to go to other places JtavQ been stopped and induced to re main in the city. ' Tickets Over Ingalls Road. All the tickets given out, accord ing to information furnished, calls for transportation over the lines of ihe. Big Four system, of which-M. E Ingalls is president, and it is sus pected that the price paid for the transportation is very small, if any- thing. , -- . ; 4,000 Tickets Fors Indianapolis. Information received from Indi anapolis this morning is to the effect that 4,000 railway tickets over the Big Four hm-c been sent to that place for a one-way paanage to St, Louis and that next week they will be given to persons who can bo in duced to go to the World's Fair city. Tn Allien tnciartPAc lirmfic nm loir.f W 0 rented by the Democratic committee Alt !' m various pans ot uie town ami xve publican families are being induced to move by having their rent paid' end their household goods translat ed five of cost. At Alexandria it is .said a large number of negro laborers have been approached with money and offers of positions in other plac es and the colored men are being sent away from the town every day Slush Fund of 250,000.V It is said that a "slush" fund of 250,000 donated by the big trusts and collected by, Belmont,' Morgan, and others who are working in the interest of Parker and Davis, has been sent to this state to be used in s!iipi)inr Republican tickets from the several large cities in the hope of losing the state to the Republican ticket. A large amonnt of this sum reached Muncie and is now being placed in circulation. In Conners ville, where a number of Republican workers visited this morning, it was an open secret that money had been lavishly spent in inducing laborers at the plant of the Republican Iron and Steel company to -go to other t towns, rnd the same report comes from Ea ton. Another scheme, according to advices at headquarters, will be the securing of signatures of Republican voters, principally colored men to pa pers stating that they claim a resi dence in other states, a cash consid eration being paid for each signature It is very evment tnat a aesperaie .ffrt ha mnAa in trill off ihoilS- ands of Republican votes in Indiana in the hope of carrying the state for the, candidates of the trusts. , ... The local committee asks that ev ery Republican who hears of any vote buying, payment of money to induce Republicans to move or to leave town, or other Democratic scheme, report at once to headquar ters. GET YOUR FAWCETS, STOVES AND OTHER ARTICLES NICKLE PLATED SAT BROWN & DAR NELLS. PHONE 563.. 1022 HAUL SCHEMES