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RICHMOND DAILY PALLADIUM, TUESDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 22, 1904. N. u&i&aunnnrs . PHEHOr.lEtML- SELLING OF HIGH GRADE TAILORED SUITS Continues with utmost favor. Never in our history has a sale created such unbounded enthusiasm. Many beautiful Tailored Suits " ", each bearing the stamp of elegance The . exclusiveness and individuali ty of each garmment alone .. appeals to " the eyes of the most fastidious , and stylish dresser. ,; ' : Remarkable facts demonstrated the first two days of the sale that these beautiful garments to be had v at almost "wholesale cost. Sale continues until every suit' is " sold. " "' " ' ; ", iv, Lee B. No Fines No Fees No Expense Fund ' J- 1 1 Dickinson Trust Co. t : O 3 per cent, alio lived -I"!"!"!"!"!"!"!1 'I"!"!' I OUR rROn -&.,r .itfvagg t , m : 1 " - ' I'slmMtCI!IfljltIl!IliB When you. twanb anything or have anything to sell send, it to the Palladium;- One-half 7 cent a word, for all ads that anybody derives profit from. Otherwise' notices will be free. Nothing inserted for less ten cents, and ; no noticetan, unless accompanied ; by , cash. .. WANTED. WANTED Situation by. eyperienc .ed colored cook. Call G10 Main. WANTEDToHrAde an organ for a violin. 'X,:. Inquire t .;, of T Sherman Brown, corner North Twelfth and . B streets. ' 6AWS gummed and . 4 Ut- bam pion Mills' engine ; jjWANTE&-Everybody to consult '.ML Milton Elrode ; before -buying insurance. Room No. 3, , .Vaughan ' Bldj? . i v . : . 20-2t I .WANTED People to phone 21 if Ai v. v .. th hov hantens! to miss vou. AVe will appreciate it. ' ,i - WANTED A roll top desk; ad . dress Greensfork, Ind., bos 26... ... -l;-; 20-3t. W ANTED An experienced girl for housework. Enquire at 74 S. 17th street. WANTED A boy to work in news .'..stand, must be a good, honest boy. -"PPly o agent of News Stand, P. j JC. C. St. L. depot at -once. I 5 ... -.irj-tf. it WNTED-l liouse cetirally iocat Cd. Address. "ITonse tyire Pal- irti vp-- ; s5.v-.-i- . r Jaditom. ..on Husbaum r . v on savins deposits I"!"!"!1 I-I"!1 I-I-I-I-I- 'I"H' If you want good, clean place your order wltn - - Mather Bros. Co. $ Phone 49 WANTED rA good girl to do work in ' kitchen and d ining room, :4S seventh. ' FOR SALE. FO SALE My residence, 22 N. 14th St., Wm. L. Thornbnrgh. - i5-6t.v 1 ybll SALE La dy 's blue coat suit; good as new, size 34. 28 North . Tenth, street. ,.: FOK-SALE On steel oven cookiner stove a imost new at sso xvo o. -mh St. 19-3t. : i'uu Aur iaaies snoes "jo. i -2" at 1410 N. n. St. 19-4t OATr, , , . . . FOR SALE A round sheet iron . . ... . : heatinsr stove, ' cheap, in good or der; burns wood or gas. 310 South Eleventh street FOR SALE Five room frame house " Inquire at 830 "Main street or phone 1466. FOR SALE A good two story brick house, water and gas, at 420 South Tenth street, on easy pay ments. Inquire at 420 South Elev- enth. street. uu OAhL alnuc uea room sei. -v s .... .... .carpets, mattinjrs and other house hold articles. Call between 8 and 12 a. m. 2S South Eleventh street COA FOR SALE -Bookcase, good., as new and .cheap." Call at 814 North D .' street. " ' -; ... :.lV . ;." V ' 4 TOR RENT. ROR RENT To a responsible party a 7-room brick house, 11-2 squares south of court house. In quire at 110 North Fifth street FOR RENT Furnished rooms, bath . and beat, 43 North Sixth street. FOR RENT A modern flat, central location. Phone 79 or. 1425. 19-2 FOR RENT Five room house, cor ner of Boyer and Sherman;. 3 rooms, 317 South Fourth. Phone 497. FOR RENlWFurnislied room with '.Lathy. No. 100 Ft. Wayne Avenue. 221 4t. FOR RENT A new stable. , Call af 132 South Third street. LOST OR STRAYED. LOST OR STRAYED A brown pointer dog, with collar, reward for return!! Behj. F. Harris. LOST Pocketbook in South Elev- enlli or Main streets. Finder may keep money but kindly return the pocketbook to Palladium office; r LOST Set of dark colored furs, either at Coliseum or on Main be tween Seventh and Ninth streets. Finder return to Palladium office and receive reward. LOST A black fur boa with tails,; reward if returned to 207 S. 12th St., or. phone 973. l LOST Pocket book brown with silver trimmings, on 9 o'clock inter urban coming from wrest. Re turn to in terurban' station and re ceive reward. LOST Bunch of keys to Masonic " Temple with name of T. W'p. Braffett on key ring plate. Finder leave at Ross', drug store-and got reward. " . .. . ' LOST A pair of brown kid . i -loves at Grace church Sunday. Leave at Thompson and -Widup. FOl-ND Saturday v ovonin.ir on a Fairview car, a jold monogram bracelet. Owner can have same by calling, at 1 OS Norths. Nimv teenth street. Phone 17C2. , , j LOCAL BREVITIES. Underwoar at Fletcher's. Ideal Bread for brains and miuscle. Drs. Pierce and . Chenoweth, Den tists, Colonial Bldg., cornar seventh and Main, third floor. Phone 1637. 4-eod-lmo. Dr. Park for high class dentistry, 8 N. Tenth street. Lady assistant McNeill & Porterfleld have moved their real estate office to 020 Main just west of Palladium. Take the Dayton & Western cars to the New Cedar Springs Hotel, now open. tf Lest You Forget, we say it yet, Eat "Ideal Bread" and be satisfied. New cornmeal and buckwheat flour at the Richmond . elevator, all groceries. Look for the red, white and blue tag. Those patriotic colors arc - the signal of purity and strength found in Ideal Bread. ;. . ..vi.. . : .- . ; 'Buyyour hew hats for Thanksgiv ing at the big reduction sale. Mrs. C. A. Breiun. V . Nprth Eigliili" A body builder L and nerve, strength ener so says ideal Bread''3 .. . O. K. metal Weatherstrips s;jves dollars. Telephone 1240 S.f T. T.S 19-22-24-26. . Typewriters, all makes, rented, sold. Rentals $3 to $5 per month. Repairs and ribbon for all machines. Burr, W. U. Tel. office. Phone 26. Snow Flake corn mear made by Richmond Elevator. Phone 1492. Feed grinding done promptly at Richmond Elevator, Corner IStb and north F streets. Phone 1492... For "Goodness oake" eat "Ideal Bread." Snow Flake corn "meal for sale at Phone 1492. '; . - " ' Don't do without polo news. If the boy happens to miss yon please phone 21, and we will appreciate.it.' Do you want a good 'little farm with many advantages. Call on "J. E. Moore, over 6 north seventh St. ' 4 . " 20-tf. f Mr, E.J. Rich was in the city yes-' terday from Siartansburg, Ind., on business.;;-.; Phono 21, either phone, for the Dailv Palladium 7 eents- for seven papers. George W. Shute, who lias been confined to his bed with neuralgia in the foot is much better. Mrs.. (Jus - Hastings and son, l.ow7 , ell, who have been visiting friends and relatives in the city, have return ed to their honicv in 'Indianapolis. j Mr. and Mrs, J. P. Deardorf and daughter, liosalie, returned , from Campbellstown, O., yesterday even-, ing," where they .had been visiting ; Mrs. Deardorf s mother, Mrs. Lu cinda Oxer. ' I The friends of Mrs. Levi Hill will rejoice to know that she has suffi ciently recovered to be able to go to Union' City, Wednesday to visit . friends. j Dr. and Mrs. J. A. Walls went to Williamsburg yesterday afternoon ' to visit W. II. Craig and family, near! that place. Jossp Daily and wife arrived last evening from St. Louis, where they attended the Fair. They reported splendid weather. If. N. Hart. jr.. was appointed ex clusive agent of the Cincinnati Post in Kiehnioiid yesterday, by Travel ing Ke.presentative -J. I'. O'Furey, who has been in town -" -for several davs arranging the niatier. POTATO CHIPS MADE WITH OUT LARD AT HADLEY BROS. Lord Curson Starts For India. London, Nov. 21. Lord Curzon, Viceroy of India and' husband ' ; of Miss Mary Loiter, of Chicago and Washington, sailed today for Indiit; Lady Curzon, who has been critical ly ill, is recovering Vapidly. She has been removed to Highcliffe c Jastle, church, where she will pass the win- t. . - - . , . jljllirls expect remedies to work mir acles in a day's time. '"'Beautifying changes come slow. ..Keep on taking Ifollister s Rocky Mountain Tea. Hwill make the. face fair and bloom ing 35 cents. Tea or Tablets. A. G. Ltiken &.Co. f Thanksgiving Market. - .- At South A street' market house entire day and evening, Wednesday. November 23rd. O. E. MASHMEYEIL r . . " - Market Master. To Receive Treasurer's Report, The Young Men's Republican Club will meet tonight, at 7:30 in the clerk's office in the court bouse, for the puropse of receiving treasurer! report. A full attendance is desired. D. C.'ROBBINS, v President. FINEST TURKEYS IN THE CITY. MEYER BROS. ANNA BENNETT'S HOMEMADE BREAD AT HADLEY BROS. It's Your Privilege To have a new tailor-made suit or a. new Coat for Thanksgiving at about the price of a large sized , turkey. TODAY, TUESDAY, WE SHALL PUT ON SALE 15 coats at - $5.00 15 coats at .'. ; 10.00 20 Tailored Suits at .$5.00 20 Tailored Suits, at t ................ $10.00 That for instrinsic value surpassesll the" bargains of the past. We are noi telling pur patrons that all these Coats and Suits are of One most recent productions, whilst a part of them are, but they are nevertheless desirable, choice in fabric and style. and it's simply a question of getting the proper size and-feeling the need of the class of goods we' are offer ing. The sale of these special offerings begins, today, Tuesday, and will be continued until the lot is closed out. If you are interested, yon should no fail to be on hand early! . ' ' The Ceo. H. KnoIIenberg Co. A GOOD CUMPAtiV The Margaret Neville Co. Pleases a Large Audience at New Phillips. The Margaret Neville company op ened last night at the New Philips for a week's engagement to a splen did house, one of the best in fact, that has been at the New Phillips this season; The company is billed as one of the best that ever pre sented high class repertoire in this city and by last night's bill it holds to its reputation. Every essential needed by a strong theatrical organ ization was evident, play, players and scenic -effects. Margaret Ne ville in the dual roll of Hilda Mer rick and Louise Leferbe, was splen did and her conception of the char acter met with a warm-reception on the part of every one in the house. Her support was very good. The specialties between acts were very clever. The act f Cardoc, the axe king was a big hit. lie thrilled and delighted all with his wonderful ma nipulations of the great Roman axes. The company. is worthy of a croAvded house during the week. Tonight the bill will lK""The Dynamiters." WARNER ROSS Gave a Reading of Enoch Arden at Grace M. E. Church. A large crowd at the Grace M. E. church greeted Warner Anthony Ross last evening to -hear his ;readr in? of Enoch Arden. Mr." Ross is one of the best ..readers heard here for some time. He has a fine voice and wa quite" dramatic in his read ing, of the piece.,. Perhaps no better subject than 'Enoch Arden is uscl by any--reader:. a . : The musical settings for the piece were "by Strands' and were played by Amta Lee .Reagan. ;, ; - - : JAMES SMITH ' mmmmmmmm - : -' ' ' ' - j. : And Wife Are Enjoying the Climate of Texas. The Palbidium received a card froni Mr. .Tames Smith.. who recently left for Austin, Texas, to spend the winter with his son and family, who reside ' there. 11? was accompanied by his wife. Mr. Smith writes that j bey arrived safely and are enjoying- the splendid' weather, that prc va i fs t here. His a dd ress . is 21 1 0 San foali riel treet. Mr. - Connor, reprej'ntin? the Cliamberlain Medicine company, of Des Moines, Iowa, was calling on the trade in Richmond yesterday. He is one of the best salesmen on the road and a gentleman whom it is a pleasure to meet. v "-3 x v-. '4V MISSOURI GIRL Draws a Packed House at the Gen nett Theater. A large audience witnessed tho production f ? Missouri Uirl". n.t the Oennett last nighL The many friends of Daisy 3rubbs' (Miss Rose M money) paid her a high compli ment by their presence and evident appreciation. The audience was well pleased with t lie liov. Grand Duchess Serge Visit England. St. Petersburg, Nov. 22. It is ex pected that the (rand Dnchess Serge will visit her old England r home some time between the last of this moulJt and ihe middle of December. Her ( race, who is president of the Moscow section of the Russian Red Cross, is quite run down from. the strain of work in connection with her office. 0 rand Duchess Serge i the favorite niece of King Edward of England, being the daughter of his much beloved sister, the Princess Alice, who married the Grand Duch ess of Hesse. It is only by the Czar's express commands that Grand Duchess Serge was forbidden from going to the scene of war to earn on her ministrations. , The Best Liniment. . "Chamberlain's Pain Balm is considered the best liniment on the market," write Post & Bliss, of Georgia, Vt, No other liniment, will heal a cut or . bruise so promptly. No other affords such quick relief from rheumatic pains. No other is so valuable for deep seated pains like lame back and pains in the chest. Give this liniment a trial and become acquainted with its remark-; I able qualities and you will never wish tto be without it. For sale by A. G (Luken fir Co., ml.A. II. Stvlhoff, Fifth, and Main streets. SELECT, BLUE POINT. STAN'; DARD AND CANNED OYSTERS.? MEYER BROS. P ORDER YOUR TURKEY AT HADLEY BROS. c t i; 1 ':: . , .. . ... fi. Judge Smith Today. Judge Smith, of Portland, arrive this, morning and probably will try sevenil imjMrtant cases in the, , Va5-ne circuit ."-court. Judge Smith, is a familiar figure in thi city, but' this will probably be his last visit ? to Richmond in his capacity of a cir neit judjre. bavin? bHn defeated in the recent election. ' 1 Philadelphia. Pa.. Nov. 22. When : the new cruiser Pennsylvania whirh made : her trial trip over the Cape Ann course yesterday, returns to the I-a;ni. Tsland yard, she will be pre sented with a silver wrvice'bv. the' jteople of the state. The service con-, sists of 142 pieces weijrhinjr nearly 00O0 ounces and covers a table more than fifteen feet long. and four feet wide. The total cost is -f 23.000. It i the largest and costliest silver ser-; vice ever presented to any war- v -r-!