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BJCHXIOITD. DAILY PALLADIUM, TUESDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 6. 1904.
: r'" ' Z f : . . PAGE FIVE Y 1 0 THE 'ffl-MIC CITY-r1 IIATS'THE -QUAKERS i THE IN A POLO GAME AT FORMER PLACE j . ' j v I the score srooD 7 to 5! Marion Goose-Egged at Anderson -Indianapolis Lost at Dail ville. Muneie 14 9 Richmond . . 15 9 Marion .... 15 9 Anderson . . 14 7 .642 .600 .600 .500 5 6 7 (Special to the Palladium.) Muneie, December 5. In the game with tlie Quakers the Muneie people seemed to have the best of the argu ment until the middle of the second period, when Richmond pulled to gether and made the game a close one. The first period ended with the score 3 to 1 in favor of Muneie and things looked easy, but after the brace taken by Richmond everybody had to hustle. The game ended 7 to 5 with the large number on the Mun eie tally sheet. Bone and Cunning ham, jr., were off in their driving but Jessup played a wonderful game at goal. In the last period Mans field and Cunningham, jr., both play ed a fine game. Mansfield made a long drive and caged a goal in 1:10. Cunningham made the last two goals in xery, quick order. The first one from the spot in 15 seconds and the second on a pretty pass from Bone in .20 seconds. Both of them were hard angle shots and the large crowd generously applauded the fine work of the little rush. ' Olle Latham re fereed the game and got in a number of his acrobatic stunts. The lineup : Muneie . 4 Richmond Hart rush Bone Higgins ". ... . . rush . . Cunningham Farrell center .... Mansfield Holderness . .half back Doherty Cashman .. goal Jessup Score Muneie 7, Richmond 5. Fouls Hart, Mansfield, Farrell. Stops Cashman 24, Jessup 40. Referee Latham. Attendance 1,500. First Period. Hart 2:22.- Hart-5:0S: Farrell :23. Cunningham 3 :27. Second Period. Hart 3:30. Bone 1:11. Hart 7:35. Third Period. Mansfield 1:16. Hart -7:00. . Hart 1:47. Cunningham :15. Cunningham :20. Marion Goose-Egged. (Special to the Palladium.) Marion, December 5. The Flying Dutchman and his fellow workers were too much for Marion tonight and Anderson had the extreme pleas ure of putting up a large naught at the side of Marion's name on the score boflrd. In the third period Lewis receive'd a small scalp wound and was forced to leave the floor. His place was taken by Reagen, an amateur rush of Marion. The entire Marion team was entirely off form. Arundel refereed the game and man aged to collect enough nerve to call three foiils on the Marion team. Of course there were more, but he did not notice them. The lineup: Anderson Marion Mercer rush Lewis Wodtke rush ...... Dawson Miller center . Jn Gardner . . . . half back . .-. .Cameron Mallory goal Burgess Score Anderson 5, Marion 0. Rushes Mercer 6, Lewis 2. Fouls Cameron 2, Dawson. Stops Mallory 27, Burgess 30. After Dinner To assist digestion, relieve distress after eating or drinking too heartily, to prevent constipation, take 9C cyisi cvcrywlieri;. 20 cents. SCHEDULE FOR THE WEEK. I Tuesday " " I Muneie at Marion, j Wednesday. ) Marion at Richmond. Thursday Anderson at Muneie. Friday Sz;i;r- Saturday Anderson at Richmond. Referee Arundel. Attendance 1,200. First Period. Wodtke 4:39. Second Period. Wodtke 1 :40. Mercer 7:27. Wodtke 4 :09. Third Period. Mercer 4 :41. CENTRAL LEAGUE P. W. L. Pet. Danville .... 23 15 8 .C52 Terre Haute .23 14 9 .COS Ft. Wayne . . 23 13 10 .565 Lafayette ... 22 9 13 .409 Logansport .. 2V S 13 .380 Kokomo 22 10 12 .380; Inidanapolis . . 6 2 4 .333 Terre Haute Easy. (Special to the Palladium.) Ft. Wayne, December r- rr. I TTnilfp Wils Piisv mrnnT V. T7 r, Jl , . , readers tonight and the home team " J .7 . Jvi tun nun- I walked away with the game 10 to 4. Jason did the stellar work of the game. The lineup: , Ft. Wayne Jason rush Terre Haute Hipson I r-rlfn ,..U TT 1.: I. u " K1US vcuiavan center iiaaiey McGrath half back Woods Score Ft. Wayne " 10 ' Terre Haute 4 ' RiishpiJjujon 14 TTinnn A Fouls-McGrath, Leydon, Canavan and Wood. Stops Sutton 38, Mullen 39. Referee Moran. Attendance 939. Record for Overtime. (Special to the Palladium.) Danville, Deceber 5. In a record breaking game here tonight Danville defeated the Indianapolis team, 3 to It required 25 minutes and 12 seconds to decide the winner. This is one of the longest overtime games ever played. Indianapolis made its only two goals in the first period. In the second pieriod neither side was able to score. The lineup: Danville Indianapolis Daly rush Haughton Campbell rush .... McGilvary Menard center .... Coggshall tt , ,T Heffermann goal Harper Score Danville 3, Indianapolis 2. Rushes Daly G, Campbell 1, and Haughton 1. Fouls Menard 2. Stops Heffermann 2S, Harper 50. Referee Lowerv. Attendance S50. First Period. Campbell 4:43. Haughton 7 :57. McGilvary 1 :2fi. Second Period. No jroal. Third Period. Campbell 8 :41 Overtime. Dalv 25 :12. .ft ' Society News. , The Aftermath Society will meet this afternoon at 2:15 at the home of Mrs. W. IT. Bradbury,, SOS North Fourteenth street. "3 Mrs. John M. Lontz will give a dinner party Wednesday at the Country Club, to a number of her ladv friends. 45- Mr. and Mrs. Robert Wilson, 42 South Thirteenth street, entertain ed a party of fifteen at a 6 o'clock dinner last evening, in honor of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Willetts and son of Los Angeles, California. The dinner was served in three courses. After dinner the evening was spent in a sreneral social way. The Evening Club was entertained last evening by Mrs. Ella Ilaskett at be bome in South Fifth street,! The prizeswere won by Mrs.John pon- -jlin and Mr. John Kamp. A splendid luncheon was served. The next meeting will be with Mr. and Mrs. John Kamp in North Sixteenth street next Monday night. Big Race Meeting. (Special to the Palladium.) Indianapolis, December 5. It has been definitely decided that Indiana polis -will have anothe chance to see running, races during the next sum mer as the Western Jockey Club will hold a thirteen da meeting here from July 8 to 24. This was decided up on today. BILLARD GAME Was Being Played on Wait's Head When Policeman Appeared. Dave Gill and Al Wait became en- 1 . . saSCu an a.suueiii m ine pooi room at rourteemn and Aortn streets last evening and the argu- ment became so warm that Gill at- J , -,p iay Dyaartts on tlie top of Waits head with a cue. The i , i i -ii -. fianic iuusitjh&eu very , niceiy unui r,r.v, , ,1 1 ,M !tdU "umiy appearea on tlie scene and the participants were ar - r l t.. i , rested Wait had a closed eye and a small cut on top of his head when taken to the police station. CATHOLIC CHURCH At Cambridge City Had Fire Yes terday. (Special to the Palladium.) Cambridge City, Dec. 6. Fire in the Catholic church Sunday morning aroused considerable excitement. The fire broke out soon after mass frf Wile fHs-rvorprl Viir Vntlior. Srll man. The tire company had it under control Deiore mucn damage was done to the building. The cause was i i t i a defective flue. GEORGE ADE Is Taking the Water Cure in New York. New Yok, December 5 George Ade laY back n his in a room in the Holland House today, wrapped J?Ta a,th robe. which he said had jacoo s coat neaten Deiore tlie start," and received friends, who, alarmed by published reports of his illness, went there to learn the facts and to offer sympathy. He told all who inquired he was not ill. "I'm taking the water cure," he announced. "I'm on the water wagon for one week. The grub cart has not been by since Wednesday night, and on't come by again until next Wed- nesuay. unm men j. nave 10 live on rest and water." Women love a clear, healthy com- nlexion. Pure blood makes it Burdock Blood Bitters makes pure blood. Bodilv pain loses its teror if you have a bottle of Dr. Thomas' Eclec- trie Oil in the house. Instant re-, lief in cases of burns, cuts, sprains, accidents of any kind "Neglected colds make fat grave- yards." Dr. Wood's Norway Pine seats had been vacated by death Syrup helps men and women to a those of Senator Hoar, of Massa happy, vigorous old age. j ehusetts, and Qua', of Pennsylva- I nia. Their successors Senators Eczema, scald head, hives, itchi- elect Crane, of Massachusetts, and ness of the skin of any sort instantly relieved, permanently cured. Doan's Ointment. At any drug store. Wednesday Morning December 7th It was our good fortune latest effects in face veilings, price and 10c a yard is made THE LOT WILL ELEVEN BIG EXHIBITS OF THE WORLD'S FAIR SOLD TO CHICAGO COMPANY FOR THE SUM OF $386,000 The Work of Demolition Will Begin Today The Cost Was $15,000,000. St. LouLs. DpcpW n T ?c cft- I - v. a - 1 M.J IHU V ed that a contract for the sale of th eW.n barns. Festival TTnli tlia Pninn, f States. Pavilions. AcrodrnmP. hnfc. ' ' ' " intramural railway, hospital, press , building, police ami firo Rrnt,W t w t h nlW V.Ma V,;, ciw,ntMC ! ..llv. c om.v n.. ( that cost $15,000,000, will be signed ! tllia wppV with riu,, ncn Wrecking Company, for "$386,000. Everything except the rolling stock ' u ; . , . , , , , vj. ine luuuiiiLinii, wuii'u lias ueen sold separately, the State, foreign and pike buildings, are included in the deal. The work of demolition will begin tomorrow. FLIM-FlAMlED Local Barber is Victim of a Very Smooth Game. About a week ago a barber by the . w in tlie city and as he had not been working for some time a well known local barber offered to pay his board bill for two weeks in advance until he had secured work. Earheart took advantage of the kind offer and went to the boarding house his co-worker picked out for him. The board was paid all right for two weeks, but after three days Earheart became dissatisfied and went to the landlady of the boarding house and collected the difference in board and left town, leaving a thirty-cent laundry bill un- paid. The last heard of him he was working in a colored barber shop in a small town in Ohio. The barber here who was swindled is looking for him. CONGRESS (Continued from first page.) self by making Hemenway a senator. The Indiana members of the house present at the opening session were Crumpacker, Overstreet, Cromer, Holliday, Zenor and Griffith. Most of the absentees were due to arrive d"ring the afternoon The senate convened promptly at noon. The first senator in his seat as Mr- 1 Iatt ot ew lork'- on- Deiore iz o'ciock me galleries were filled bu the buzz conversation ceased abruptly when president pro ,tem X rye's gavel tell, lhe Kev. Ld j ward Everett Hale, D. D., chaplain of the senate, offered prayer. Two Knox of Pennsylvania attended the session, but they will not occupy the seats assigned to them until they are II. C. HASEMEIER CO. lOOO to secure at a ridiculous price from the Novelty Veiling Co., Paris, 40 pieces of the very goods worth from 25c to 75c a ard, every pattern new. The loss between the landing up by the manufacturer and the Boston Store. CUT UP ABOUT 750 VEILS NOW ON DISPLAY IN VESTIBULE CASE Ask your doctor, If he tells you to take Ayer's cough or bronchial trouble, then take it. If he has anything better, then take that. Only get well as soon as you can. Delays are always so dangerous In lung troubles. L-SFhS;: RICHMOND vs MARION SATOBDAY EVENING,1 DEC. 7 AT COLISEUM! Tickets at All ord'a Drag Store SKATING THURSDAY EVENING formally sworn in. These seats are in the extreme rear on the Democrat ic side. The floral decorations were equal to those of any session in the history of the senate. The largest single tri bute was placed on the desk of Sen ator Tillman, of South Carolina. It was a huge basket of American Beauty roses and chrysanthemums. When Senator Fairbanks, the vice president-elect, entered the chamber, he was greeted warmly by many of his colleagues. The visitors applaud ed his entrance with eheers and hand clapping. After prayer, the roll was called and seventy-three sena tors responded. The routine busi ness of the session consumed thirteen minutes and then the senate ad journed as a mark of respect to the Senators, Quay and Hoar. DAY DODGERS At Earlham College Adopt a Con stitution. Yesterday afternoon the Day Dodgers at Earlham College, both boys and girls, met in their room in Lindley Hall and adopted a consti tution which was submitted by a committee, chosen some time ago to draw one up. After transacting this business a petition to President Kelly was drawn up asking that bet ter drinking water be supplied in Lindley Hall. ' In the constitution adopted it provides that any day student desir ous of becoming a member of the Day Dodger organization must be elected by two-thirds vote. Every one signing the constitution is a charter member. Several day tu- dents are suspected of being traitors and the knowledge of this meeting was kept secret from them. If these suspected ones now wish to enter the august body it will take a two thirds vote to admit them. Another clause in the constitution states that no application for membership will be considered if the applicant has .. . . 11 ... anr nnnnCKtinn whafBfiowr with tho anv All of the above is virtually a de- claration of Avar against the dormi- torv students. or "Shackites" as the day students call them, and the mil JJIUllllcs ivr J a uiuv-i vii v . Try a want ad in the Palladium. YARDS PARISIAN VEILINGS 10 CENTS YMRD then do as he says Cherry Pectoral for vour throat GENNETT THEATER Ira Swisher, Manager. THURSDAY, DECEMBER 8 A LAUGH FROM START TO FINISH :::::: The Refined Farcial Comedy THE ELOPERS By H. W. Dam. Praised by the press. Patronized by the public BRIGHT MUSIC CATCHY SONGS PRETTY GIRLS Special Scenery. Handsome Costumes :::::: Prices 50, 35, 25 and 15 cents. Seats on sale at the Westcott Pharmacy. HEISKELL'S 0IIITUENT cu res Son. Burna, Real (in. Ulcers, Ring worms, Tetter. Eryalpelaa. Hcald Had, Itch, Pimple. Ulotfhra. iDflamrd Kyea. Pilm, and all Hkln EruiIona. Uakra the akin beautifully fair and smooth. At all drug gaut. 6oc 8nd for booklet. Jfcaata. UolUwajr Ji ('., PaUaOelpkte. mmmm iiiiia There's a flew Perfume in tQwn Brfng youf handker- i . r tae t chief and we'll give a whiff of CRESCEUS PERFUME. Jf you like it and want to buy, BOo per ounce. tll" Vi v i that you must buy. You are wel T . If you don't care for it, do not feel come here always. t ' ' W.e think yu wil1 lik very much. Court House Pharmacy