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Richmond daily palladium. Thursday morning, November 24, 1904. H r 4 Thanksgiving See East Window Fine Table Linens, Beautiful Table Cloths, Pretty Towels . and Serviceable Towelings. f Prices that will interest the most prudent linen buyers. 72- inch fine all linen bleached German Damask, sold for $1 00; special ....... '. .- ...-: -8Scyd 6 pieces 72-inch all linen b'eeched German Damask, f worth $1.25 ; special . . . Sl.OO 5 pieces beautiful all linen 72-inch wide bleached Damask, . worth $1.50 and $1.05; special . . ... . . .... . . . $1.5 EXTRAORDINARY TOWEL VALUES 20x40 linen finish Iluck Towels, worth 15c : special . . ... 10 dozen plain white and fancy fringed Towels, with two rows drawn work through border,' worth 35c ; special .... One lot plain white and fancy Towels, some fringtd, some hemstitched with margin of df awn work ; extra special TABLE CLOTHS Fine all linen bleached German Damask Table Cloths, 04x74, worth $1.25; special . . . . . . , .... . . JlOO Fine all linen 8-4 bleached Cloths, worth $2.50, for $2. 35 Fine all linen bleached cloths, worth $3.50 and $3.98, i yds wide, 3 yds long . . . Jft.OO Exceptional low prices prevailing throughout the entire Linen Department Lee B. Husbaum Store will be closed all day Thanksgiving tl No Fines No 1 1 Dickinson Trust Co. 3 per cent, allowed Q 4. n D 3 FROM ' J When you want anything or have anything to sell send it to the Palladium: One-half cent a word, for all ads that anybody derives -profit from. Otherwise notices will be free. Nothing inserted for less ten cents, and no notice taken unless accompanied by cash. WANTED. WANTED Situation by experienc ed colored cook. Call CIO Main. WANTED To trade an organ for a violin. .Inquire of Sherman Brown, corner North Twelfth and B streets. : SAWS gummed and filed at Cham pioil Mills' engine room, 'r. i-v '. .... -t . .v ; . WANTED Everybody to consult Milton Elrode before buying insurance. Room No. 3, Vaughan Bldg. . - , 20-2t. , .WANTED People to phone 21 if c' the boy happens to miss you. We , . will appreciate it. WANTED A roll top desk; ad- dress Greensfork, Ind., box 26. 20-3t. WANTED -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. Apply to agent of News Stand, P. C. C. St. U depot at once. ' 22-tf WANTED A house centrally locat " ed. Address "House ' care Pal- lxoitrm. .XL :'., ; : ' . men Sale lOc 33c 15c No Expense Fund l l on saving deposits If you want good, clean COAL 1 place your order witn - - Mather Bros. Go. i Phone 49 i WANTED Messenger .boy at Pos tal Telegraph Cable Oomapny. WANTED The person who look the brown and white dog from the farm of N. S. Hunt, south of town, last Sunday, to return same im mediately and avoid further trouble. WANTKD t Everybody to know that the Eagles ' Nest Barber Shop, 10 North Ninth street, is the place to go' for ' "a clean shave and a 0,i Uajr cu v WANTED - A good girl for general housework, 4S S. 7th SC FOR SALE. 14th St., Wm. L. Thornburgh. 15-6t.'- FOR SALE Lady's blue coat suit; good as new, size 34. 23 North Tnth street. FOR SALE One steel oven cooking . stove almost new at No 103 S. 9th. St. 19-3t. FOR SALE Ladies' shoes "No. 1 -2" at 1410 N. H. St. 19-4t FOR SALE Small cottage, 217 Lin coln street ,West Richmond. 23-3t FOE c SALE-rojiftd. sheet beatingrstove, cheap, in good Qr r der; burns wood or gas. . 310 - South Eleventh street. , FOR SALE Walnut bed room set, carpets, mattings and other house hold articles. Call between '8 and 12 a. m. 23 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, FOR SALE $63.00 very fine V sawed oak upright folding bed with large French mirror in it. Dig Bar gain, 410 Main stivet. 23-7t FOR RENT Furnished ' rooms, heat, 'light and bath, SI 7-. Main St., third floor. 24-5 1 FOR RENT. ROR RENT To a responsible party a 7-room brick . house, 1 1-2 squares south of court house. In quire at 110 North Fifth street. FOR RENT Furnished rooms, bath and heat, 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 407. FOR RENT Furnished room with bath, No. 100 Ft. Wavne Avenue. 2214t. FOR RENT A new stable. 132 South Third street. Call at LOST OR STRAYED. LOST On National road, a jacket book, containing about $17. Re turn to H. Milton -Elrode, room 3 Vaughn building, or Palladium oflice and we will divide up. LOST A heaw topped, amber side- eomb Please return l 121 North Tenth street. LOST OR STRAYED A brown -pointer dog, with collar, reward for return. Benj. F. Harris. . LOST Pocketbook in South Elev enth or Main streets. Finder may keep money, but kindly" return, the pocketbook to Palladium office. LOST A large pocket book on in terurban car between Cambridge City and Richmond. Return,, fo Palladium or Richmond Loan Co. LOST A black fur boa with tails; reAvard if returned to 207 S. 12th St., or phone 973. LOST Pocket book brown with silver trimmings, on 9 o'clock inter urban coming from west. Re turn to interurban station and re ceive reward. LOST Bunch of keys to Masonic Temple with name of T. W. O. Braffett on key ring plate. Finder leave at Ross' drug store and get reward. LOST A pair of brown kid gloves at Grace church Sunday. Leave at Thompson, and Widup. FOUND A boy's overcoat. Call at 5S S. 12th St. FOUND Saturday Evening on a Fairview ear, a gold monogram bracelet. Owner can have same by calling at 103 North Nine teenth street. Phone 1762. LOCAL BREVITIES. Ideal Bread for brains and muscle. Drs. Pierce and Chenoweth, Den tists, Colonial Bldg., corner seventh and Main, third floor. Phone 1637. V 4-eod-I.iio. Dr. Park for high class dentistry, 3 N. Tenth street. Lady assistant. Wash machines, wringers, iron boadrs, tubs, at Hassenbusch 's. 23-7t. Take the Dayion & 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. Handsome line of new desks and book cases, Morris chairs, brtsch. Hassen-23-7 i t i Look for the red, white and 'blue tag. Those patriotic colors ard the signal of purity asTfeagih found in Ideal Bread. A body builder and nerve strength ener so says "Ideal Bread.' O. K. metal Weatherstrips saves dollars. Telephone 1240 S. T. T. S. 19-22-24-2G. - Roller skating at Coliseum this afternoon and evening. City band in the evening. We have just received a shipment of the finest candy boxes from Germany that were ever seen in Richmond. Filled with a collection of our delicious candies they will make fine Thanksgiving presents. Typewriters, all makes, rented, sold. Tientals $3 to $5 per month. Repairs and ribbon for all machines. BurrW. TJ. Tel, oflice. Phone 26. Blankets, Blankets $1.50 and $2.00 kind for 75 cents. s3Iassenbusch. ' 23-7t. - " - Snow Flake corn meai made by Richmond Elevator r Phone 1402. Feed grinding done" promptly at Rii lirn'in,!-.. Elevator, Corner ISth and norfh R streets. Phone 1492. For (; m!vpss ..ake" eat "Ideal Bread." Steel Ranges, "The Good Kind." Prices from $16.00 to $45.00. Oak Heating Stoves from $3.9S to $2S.00. Cash or Crelit. Hassenbusch. 23-7t. Snow Flake corn meal for sale at Phone 1492. Roller skating at Coliseum this afternoon and evening. City band in the evening. Your Thanksgiving dinner will not be complete without an assortment of those fine candies from' the Greek Candy Store. Robert Carter, who attends the Miami Military Academy at German- town, Ohio, arrived last night to spend Thanksgiving with his mother, Mrs. J. M. Westcott. IWt do without polo news. If the boy happens to miss you please r. ,r , , ,r i iha& leen on tho bench in the cases MlSs Margaret Cayle of Monterey J j out. of . the .litistion in the Ivy 1S the guest of Mrs .Albert StricWer estate etl'a temporary Gayle, in North Twelfth street. restraining order against At torney Do you want a good little farm Whitesell, and the papers were with many advantages. Call on J., served by Sheriff Smith: during yes E.Moore, over: G north seventh St. terday forenoon. The case will' be ''20-tf.; - heard on December 12, at which time Jules Roberts, of Indianapolis, cause must be shown by Attorney accompanied the Indianapolis polo j Whitesell why a permanent injunc team last night, jtion should nat be entered against ii a 1 i has been received at the Greek Can dy Stored The orchestrian will play it while you partake of some of our ice cream, or hot drinks of all kinds. Chocolates; Etc. Roller skating at Coliseum this afternoon and evening. City band in the evening. Dr. Marble and wife are spending Thanksgiving in Pendleton, Ind. Mrs. Owen Forester has returned to her home in Cambridge City, aft .. .:.i . it.:.. At tin- recnt Lady' Maccabees fair given by the the ticket winninsr the pair of blankets rallied was 220. 'PI 11 ,1-. n jne lames -fvporj mat me nomer ot this number has not as yet called for same, and wish to announce that unless the fortunate party calls at 100 North Fifth street before De cember l, to claim the prize, a second drawing will take place. WHITESELL - ENJOINED JUDGE RUPE ISSUED TEMPOR ARY RESTRAINING ORDER AGAINST S. G. WHI f ESELL In Proceedings Directed Against Thomas J. Stuuy, AUeged to be Malicious. Attorney .Henry F. Johnson field in the Wayne circuit court in be half of Attorney Thomas J. Study; a cross complaint t o the recent act i n brought bv Attorney Samuel C. jWhitesell against Thomas J. Study to disbar. In addition, the cross coniplaint ant asks the court to enjoin Attorney Samuel C. Whitcsell from bringing action in any court of the State of Indiana, against said cross eoru plaintant, which may seek to disbar or suspend, permanently or tempo rarily, the cross complaintant; or from instituting suits for damages against him that may be based on the litigation growing out of the set tlement of the Amos Strickler estate. The cross complaintant sets forth that Attorney Study has been a member of the bar for many years; that Attorney Whitesell has been in stituting proceedings against him alleged violations of his duties as a attorney; that such proceedings Jare malicious and 4wholly unfounded ia"drd ag&g to the reputation - TKTr ho mill ti fi LJlAUlif l JUr. Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver Tablets are becoming a favoritA for j stomach troubles and constipation. J For sale by A. G. Luken & Co., W. II. Sudhoff, fifth and Main, -'-'"--' UNREDEEMED E'fjin or Waltham 21 jiwled watches for sale at bargains not to be had anywhere else in the city. A Vanpuard Waltham 21 jeweled watch, guaranteed 20 years, almost as good as new, selling at $23. Trunks, traveling bags, suit cases and teh scopes for sale at very low prices. We loan money on watches, diamonds, revolvers and all articles of value at rates lower than the lowest in the city. Uusioess strictly confidential. Open evenings. . AMERICAN LOAN CO t I 526 Main ANNUAL BALL Of the Columbian Club was a Great Success. The tenth anual ball given bv the Columbian Club at I. O. O. F. hall was. one of the nicest dances given by. that iopiilar club.' .The hall was tastefully arranged for the occasion and U tinge's orchestra furnished the muMC Thvc annual affairs ar looked .forward to from year to year and each recurrence is greatly en-' jov'd. Skating Today. All who care to indulge-' in the light fantastic on skates will have an opportunity at the Coliseum to day. This will bo the first day of the season that the rink has been op en, to the public and a large crowd is expected. The skates ' belonging to the association havo been ihieed in good condition. In the evening music will be furnished by the Richmond City band. My Lady of the North The new ronunre by the author of " When Wilderness Was King' is now being read everywhere. J It is the love-story of a dashing Southern officer and is even better than Mr. Par rish's first book. Q If you have not read it yet, do not wait another day. Ask your bookseller for a copy. Once fairly started you will be lost to all outside distractions. IQustrmled m ooiat. L A. C McCLURG & CO, PublUhm Street r4j 0