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HICIHXOin) DAIlfr PALLADIUlt TOTSDAY ilOENtttG, DECELEBEE 13, 1904.
PALLADIUM PUBLISHED DAILY AND WEEKLY. r AT 922 MAIN STREET. .i..H..i'.H-:"r m i !!!: .i-r i i-i 1 1 v m4amii t twin ' J 4 Jfi & ... TELEPHONES! CENTRAL, UNION HOME - - - 21 21 '9 CRTBBCD AT BICHMOND POSTO JTIC AS 2D CLA84 XATTXB Dally delivered by carrier to any part of the city for seven cents a week. SUBSCRIPTION BATHS t DAILT Oatslde city, six months, In advance 60 Outside city, one month, In advance.... u Outside city, one year, In ad vanoe 8 w WEEKLY By mall one year, fl.00 In advance. JOHN S. FITZCIBBONS. - Editor A. O. HOLL Y, Business Manage H.S.CARTER, - Reportor RAMSEY POUNDS TONE al Staff The Monday Evening Club com- 1 posed of about a half dozen couples, met last evening with Mr. and Mrs. iJohn Kamp in' Isorth Sixteenth street. . Progressive point euchre was played, . The prizes being won by Mrs.-. T Rady and Mr. . John Donlin. After, the prizes were awarded an elegant luncheon was partaken of. 4fc The Ticknor Club was very pleas antly entertained by Mrs. "Whitridge and Mrs. Harry Downing at the home of the latter in East Main street yesterday afternoon. Quite an inter esting paper was read on Christmas by Mrs. Whitridge. Mrs. Howard and Mrs. Downing furnished some fine instrumental numbers at two pi anos, while Mrs. Fred Bartel gave several vocal selections. The Palladium will be found at the following places: Palladium office, Westcott Hotel. Arlington Hotel. . Union News Company Depot. Gates Cigar Store, West Main. Two cents at all places of sale. The Russian battleships Paltava has again been sunk by the Japs on 203-Meter Hill. 4f Judge Parker's political career was very breezy, but short. It went up like a skyrocket and came down like a flying machine. The country will see an exciting race this winter between congress and the war. It's hard to tell which will be the more strenuous. The Magazine Club met with Mrs. Knodle in the Wayne flats yesterday afternoon and enjoyed a very pleas ant session. Roll call was answered by A quotation from each lady. Pa pers were read by Mrs. Brown and Mrs. Harrv Weber which were very interesting. A dainty luncheon -was served, after which the meeting ad journed to meet with Mrs. Ostrander in North. Fifteenth street. Mrs. Erie Reynolds and .Mrs. Twigg will be the readers. The Ladies' Auxiliary to the Brotherhood of Locomotive Engi neers desire to thank the public for their liberal patronage at their sup per given Saturday night at the Pythian Temple; also to say that ticket No. 291 drew the yellow com fort, held by Mrs. John Hoey; ticket No. 169, the blue comfort, drawn by Mrs. Carrie Lindville, of Logansport, Indiana; ticket No. 56, the pink com fort drawn by H. C. Hasemeier, who kindly donated his prize back to the auxiliary with his compliments. The doll raffled on this occasion was drawn by J. E. Manford, holding ticket number 159. The ladies work ed earnestly and it is but just that their efforts should have been so generally appreciated. Rosalie Deardorf returned from Campbellstown, Ohio, , yesterday aft ernoon. She has been spending a week with her grandmother, Lucinda Oxer. Mr. and Mrs. Owen Whitnack and son of Fountain City, are here vis iting friends. A party from New Paris and one from Cemterville came to this city ; Sunday evening to attend services at the Christian , church. 5fr - . Mr. Oran Kuhn, son of Rev. T. H. Kuhn, filled the pulpit in the Christian church at Lynn, Sunday morning and evening. Mrs. Edgar Hazleton will enter tain the Merry Time Whist Club this afternoon at her home in North Sixteenth street. j The Woman's Home Missionary Society of the Graee Methodist Epis copal church will hold its regular j monthly meeting this evening at -the home of Mrs..J. W. Finfrock, .15 South Eleventh Si reet. At this meet ing Mrs. Alice IV Ross will read a paper on "Where Extremes Meet.' Mrs. M. C. Price will be leader for this session. An enjoyable evening is anticipated and a large attendance requested. The B. & W. S. Euchre Club will meet this evening with Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Roser at their home in South Tenth street. ' t Mrs. Frank Land will be hostess this afternoon at her home in North Twelfth street for the Christmas meeting of the Aftermath Society. A talk on her recent trip to Califor nia by the hostess will be an interest ing feature. The Sewing Circle met with Mrs. George Shultz yesterday afternoon. Sewing and a general good time were features. A luncheon was daintily served. The time and place of next meeting will be announced later. 4 5 THEY ALL GO. TO PARSON'S, THE LEADING PHOTOGRAPHER, FOR THEIR XMAS PHOTOS TO GIVE AS A REMEMBRANCE. STUDIO 704 MAIN STREET. tf FOR HOLIDAY GIFTS SEE FLETCHER, HABERDASHER. WESTCOTT HOUSE HATTER, RICHMOND, IND. The Hew'- - - Cigar. Store AT 712 Main Street v "' . '- . Expects to be open by Deo. 15 with a fine line of Clear Havana and Domestic Cigars A large variety to suit the most critical taste. New things in Christmas Specialties, such as Elegant Tobacco Jars, many fine Meerschaums in curves and straight stems ; a splendid assortment of French Briar Pipes in plain gold and silver mountings. Cigars in Christmas packages. TRY US JUST ONCE. MEITZLER BROS. COIWISS ON COMPANY (Continued from first page.) The assets of the company, con sisting of the office furniture in the branch offices in the State, will, ac cording to the receiver, bring little more than the expense of appraise ment, storage and advertising. The furniture in the office at Wabash, Ind., is given as a sample. This con sists of two blackboards, one desk, one table, seven chairs and one clock. Creditors Are Interested. Creditors of the company began calling the offices by long distance telephone as soon as the time for the opening of the market arrived, and the receiver's agent was kept busy answering inquiries all day. Many from., nearby towns . came in person. All received the sanw onswci, that the affairs of the company wocM be' audited as soon as possible and tVc assets, should there be unr, would be distributed. They were told that it would probably be loss than 2 jwr cent. There was inquiry as to whether dividends have been paid from 4he capital stock of the company, but the stock book of the company las iut been found. The company advertis ed that it was capitalized at $100, 000, but it is said thai only. 23 per cent, was paid up. -o- John D. Rockefeller told his Bible class last Sunday that we are all sin ners. Yes, with oil increasing, we sometimes get very, very bad. . o The latest advices from Panama are to the effect that the thriving lit tle republic has reached the banquet stage. Civilization is spreading sure enough. W3 President Roosevelt is making: .. great efforts to prosecute the work on the Panama canal vigorously. Mr. ' Roosevelt is a man who carries out "A his promises. y H v i o ,' Sherman Bell-has succeeded in ) quieting labor troubles in Colorado, but the turbulent element which he shipped out of the State refuses to dome back until the general gets - away himself. "'. ' o TJie Pittsburg papers have a grave , apprehension that a woman burglar is doing work around that town. If this be the case she will accidentally but into a mouse some night, and the jig will then be up. o A girl in a Kansas town died from too much dancing given for charity purposes. This will give . the man a good illustration who wants to talk against dancing, and also for the man who is opposed the charity. In the case of Mrs. Cassie L. Chad- wick, it's a close question whether she matte money because she had brainS or because the other fellow was minus that kind of matter. O : The salesmen of Christmas goods are complaining because of the dif ficulty, they have in aiding their would-be-purchasers, . in making up their minds as to , what they want. It's well to remember that some peo ple haven't much mind to make up. o- if A twentieth century man . of New York has invented a device for turn ing most any kind of a vehicle into &n automobile; when an auto breaks flown about 'steen miles from home the owner would probably be very glad to turn it into some other kind of a vehicle. XMAS SALE ST. PAUL'S GUILD. St. Paul's Episcopal Church, Parish House. Wednesday and Thursday December 14 and 15. Fancy Articles, t Domestic Articles, " Home Made Candy, Home Cooking Also a Special Sale of Old China and Other Antiques. Luncheon Will be Served. . Open From 2 to 10 p. m. ADMISSION FREE. ;13-2t JJEHKHMS BrmH Stors Mtalstse With And thronged with Holiday Buyers, stands without a rival. ' 5 Sale Will Continue Until December 25th We have purchased the entire line of samples of the best manufacturers. You will readily unS derstand that nothing but the best material, best workmanship, and best style are put into the sam ples. THERE IS BUT ONE OF A KIND. That means of course that the person buying has an article as distinctively and as entirely individual as though it was made exclusively for themselves. Because these fine samples bad served their purpose es trade winners we were able to buy them at much less than the wholesale prices. That means a correspnt dire reduction to customers. Every article is absolutelyan perfect condition, acd at prices that will SAVE YOU BROM 25 TO 50 PER CENT. ON EVERY DOLLAR. COME AND CONVINCE YOURSELF. Remember the immense saving we made is yours NO GOODS MISREPRESENTED but sold upon their merit and the honor of our reputation. It will require a connoisseur cf values to appreciate these won derfully low prices If you, are no connoisseur of values in jewelry you may feel confident of faring just as well. $9.75, Reg. Price $14.00 Crown Gold Filled Open Face, Guaranteed 20 years. 15 Jeweled Klein Movement. iNn - - 575 Reg- Price $7.50 Gold Filled Chatelaine Guaranteed 15 years, Fine Jeweled Movement. .-.. (No. 001) $8.25 Regular Price $10.00 Solid Gold Set with 10 Gennine Pearls Boae Gold Finish No. 320 a $11.00 Regular Price $J6.00 Solid Gold , Sot with 30 Genuine Pearls and 6 Largo W hole Pearls No. 323 a 75 Cents Regular Price $1.25 Solid Gold Front Chatelaine Pin Bright Polished and Roman No. 354 ' . $1.25 Regular Price $1.75 Gold Filled Chatelnioo Pin Bright Polished Roman ' Sat with Brilliants No. 330 a No goods misrepresented, but sold upon their merit and the honor of our reputation. It will require a connoisseur of values to appreciate these wcr.derfuSIy low prices. If you are no connoisseur of values in Jewelry, you may feel confident of fcrirv just as we!!. Si.oo Regular Price $1.50 Misses Signet Ring Rose Gold Finish No. 559 a S MAKE YOUR PURCHASES EARLY. . WE WILllf I PUT THEM AWAY UNTIL YOU WANT THEM. S 50c. Regular Price $1.00 TuTGbld Baby Ring Either Knby. Pearl, Emerald or Turquoise $7.50 Regular Price $10.00 14K Solid Gold Gennine Diamood Solitaire Fine Cut ritone Elegantly Carved Mounting. No. 503 $4.25 Regular Price $6.00 f Solid Gold Beautiful Genuine Opals V Fulljof lridosc-nt Colors No. '486 $435 Regular Price $&00 Solid Gold ; Sigt Ring. Iriht Polished Very Heavy. Elegantly Carved No. 503 $2.50 Regular Price $3JX) , Solid 6old Signot Ring for Girls or Bon Beautifully Chasod Heary Mounting No. 511 1 $14.25, Rerj. Price $18.50 Ciown 14K Gold FiUed Guaranteed K yaars, 15 Jeweled Elgin Movement, Hun tin fC ate. iwoTDfo) ' I IKS , I - a II - - - - v, . $X4 5 KcC. Price $18.50 , Gold FiUed I Guaranteed 30 yean, 14 Jeweled Elgin Movement, Hunting Case. (No. e:3) JEMKIM '5 & CO. ?2 ( MM EH St RICHMOND, IND. Every'article sold is fully puarar teed, acd ve'Jl cheerfully refund morjey if auy article purcbaFfd does net prove just as represented. Quality 1 is a great lever, and in eveiy honest comparison ve always get the eiedit of beir g the lowest-priced house in our line. i I