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.;K Tt EJOHtlOIID DAILY PALLADIA!!, TPXSDAT? HORHINQ, DECEMBER 13, 1904.
. - . o r . , OEFEflTEO 4r BY ANDERSON FV E IN A GAME THAT ABOUNDED SCHEDULE OF tJ AMES UP TO JANUARY FIRST Second Period. Leydan 2 :22. "Warner 5 :25. Gavitt 4:26. Third Period. LeydonSiSO. Gavitt :49. Overtime. Warner 7:07. IN ROUGHNESS j The schedule of games in the , Western League for the remainder of was defeated Danville Defeated. (Special to the Palladium.) Danville, December 12. Danville 1860-1094 Announcement "Extraordinary For Christmas. For the forty-ninth time Nicholson & Brothers have provided for their patrons and friends a great variety of up-to-date fancy and standard goods for the holidays. We are again stock, per- on its own floor bv Ko- ready. with an enormous s this month follows: December 13. komo tonisrht. 7 to 3. Martin a nPw 9nally selected in New York by a Anderson at Marion; December 14, referee, appeared for the first time. memD;r of our firm. The variety is so Muncie at Richmond: December 15. Scor. Danvill 3 Knl-nmrt 7 srt and of so many prices, that all MERCER AND JESSUP Anderson at Muncie; December 16, Rushes Daly 10, Roberts 2, "and tastes and conditions may be satis- Muncie at Anderson, Richmond at Smith 1. , Marion; December 17, Marion at Fouls; Fitzgerald Richmond; December 19, Richmond " . . - at Anderson, Marion at Muncie; De Got Into a Fight and Removed from cember 20, Muncie at Marion; De- the Floor Paddy Moran in a - i cember Zy Anderson at Richmond; December 22, Anderson at Muneie; , December 23, Muncie at Anderson, I Richmond at Marion ; December 24, Muncie at Richmond; December 26, Marion at Anderson, Richmond at 'Muncie; December 27, Anderson at Richmond Uniform, . P. W. r Muncie . . f . . 18 11 . Marion : , .... 19 11 Anderson ... 18 10 Richmond .1. 19 10 A Rough Game. " v (Special to the Palladium.) I Anderson, ' December 12. In a rough and scrappy game here to night which was characterized i throughout by fights, Anderson de-j feated Richmond, 9 to 4. Lyons, who jumped from Indianapolis today was L. Pet. Marion; December 28, Marion at 7 .011 Kichmond; December 40, Muncie at 8 .578 Anderson, riiehmond at Marion; JJe- 8 .555 cember 31, Anderson at Richmond. 9 .526 The ref eres ' assignments for the week are ; as follows : Tuesday Lat ham at Marion, Wednesday Arun del r at Richmond. Thursday Waller at Muncie. Friday Arundel at Ma rion, Latham at " Anderson. Satur day Waller at Richmond. Stops Heffermann 26, Cusick 10. Attendance 800. First Period. Smith 8 :10. Second Period. Campbell :53. Smith :29. Roberts 2:03. Smith -9:15. Campbell 1:16. Third Period. Daly 3 :35. , Roberts 5:25. O'Mally 1:20. Roberts 3:26. fied. Everyone may find something to meet the pressing demand. Come at once before the rush of the last week. See our beautiful dis play. Make your selections and have them laid aside for future delivery. Interurban passengers from the west get off the cars directly oppo site our store, and those from the east only a few feet distant from it on Main street one door west of Eighth streets at which all trans fers are made by the city and inter urban cars. NICHOLSON & BRO. 729 Main Street, Richmond, Ind. RICHMOND vs MUNCIE WEDNESDAY EVENING, DEC. AT G0LISEU Tickets at Aliord's Drag Store SKATING THURSDAY EVENING 14 1! ANOTHER MAN THE WOMAN'S AID SOCIETY OP THE FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH WILL HOLD A BAZAR For the third time in the last AND SALE OF FANCY ARTICLES. month an old man disappeared last APRONS, ETC., IN THE CHURCH IN BUYING A PIANO It should not be a question of how cheap, but where the best can be purchased for the Ieat money. From the amount of pianos we are sell ing we are satisfied that THE PUBLIC ARE FAST BECOMING EDUCATED TO The fact that they receive full value for every dollar that we ask for a BTAHR or RICHMOND Piano. A home piano for home people. The manufacturers guarantee these pianos. We sell pianos on easy payments. THE STARR PIANO CO- 935 Main Street, Richmond, Indiana. Store Open Evenings Until Christinas. JT i - 1. J axuu night. This time Richard Lane, a PARLORS, FRIDAY AFTERNOON (Special to the Palladium.) man nearly eighty years of age wan- AND EVENING. DEO. 16. TWO Muncie, December 12 Marion was dered away from his home in South ATTRACTIVE BOOTHS ALSO j I ' I x. a.i ' . V ! , easilv defeated bv Muncie here this lenm street early " the evening WILL BE IN CHARGE OF THE (''"''''v .ner xur .vnuer.on ana piayea o r . , ' , aml was not fftUnd for several hours. BOYS AND . m v - ri 1 11 rr in 51 vorv c mw a rwi iinirtr at a -a u a . I A 1. X I - u V . A. T fcj w Ullll Ulllll , I ' vviioiuc tiiv? 11UL1 j win v; 11 i. xi l - GIRLS. .COME EV- I improvement. . , ,i : 1 iu. t one - iue Bciuim periuu ui. me game .lu-- second rush for Marion and Holder- herty was penalized three times for Jessup and Mercer came to blows nesf 5Kf7ed J1 andmPe Witt I 1 .Vl A. no fouls beinir called. Rea?an ln- nim near tne tobaeca lactory m rfilievArl Dnwsnn for n. shnrf tim. f North Eighth street. This is the third or fourth time that Mr. Lane has wandered from home. and clinched. It took the combined efforts of the members of both teams to separate them and Referee Arun del ordered them from the floor. They left the floor together, but as soon as they had gotten off they clinched again and were separated by the police before any damage was done. After( this mixup Cunning ham, sr., went to goal, Doherty to center and Paddy JVIoran . to halt ; back. I Wodtke took Mercer's place , at, first rush and Miller relieved Wodtke. Cunningham did not have ' a stop after he went in front of the cage. j The lineup: Anderson Richmond Mercer ........ rush Bone Wodtke . . . . . .'rush ..' Cunningham Lyons . .. . center . . Cunningham Gardner-.! . . half baek .... Doherty Mallory . ..... goal ...... Jessup ScoreAnderson 9, Ruchmond 4. ...Rushes Bone; v 6, Cunningham 1, Mercer 4Wodtke 4.' Fouls Doheyt 3, Lyons. Stops Mallory 25, Jessup 23, Referee Arundel , Attendance 1,100. First Period, Mercer :22. Wodtke l :3i : ; Cunningham 5 ;11. Wodtke :13."":- Wodtke :18. , - ' Miller 3:04. Bene 1:40. ? ' Second Period. Wodtke 4:35. i. took Ilolderness place. The gama lacked the usual snap and vim which is displayed by Loth teams most of the time. Score Muncie 7, Marion 3. Rushes Higgins 8, Lewis 5. Fouls None. Stops Cashman 3G, Burgess 37. Referee Waller. Attendance 1,500. First Period. ENQUIRER CONTEST OVER : XMAS Accident .to Anderson :07. Bone 5:23. s . Cunningham, jr. 4:05. (, Third Period. -'A Mercer 4:01. Wodtke 7:23. - , Cunningham, jr.71 :04. Constipation Headache, biliousness, heartburn. Indi gestion, and 411 liver ills are cured by Hood'sSPills v b!1 dnieists. 25 cents. Jean 2:23. Higgins :29. Farrell :14. Second Period. Higgins 2:15. Reagan 4 :4G. Dawson 32. Higgins 3:50. Third -Period. : Hart 3.16. Farrell 1:24. Higgins 3 :57. CENTRAL LEAGUE P. W. L. Pet. Danville 27 16 11 .592 Terre Haute .27 16 11 .592 Ft. Wayne ...27 15 12 .555 Lafayette ... 27 13 14 .481 Logansport .. 25 12 13 .480 Kokomo .... 27 12 15 .444 Indianapolis . 10 3 7 .300 Overtime Game. (Special toA the Palladium.) Ft. JVayne,' December 12. In a very fast game Ft. Wayne was de feated by Lafayette here tonight, 4 to 5. Sutton was weaker than usual in front of the cage and this ac counts in a small way for the poor showing of Ft. Wayne. The game was a very clean one. ; Score Ft. Wayne 4, Lafayette 5. Rushes Jason 12. ' Stops -Sutton 40, Tibbitls 46. ; j Referee Lowery. Attendance 821. First Period. 'Warner 5:59. fCanavan 2:10. i ;Jason 2:35. . Jt-r -f;l CufemfSilShoe Stored yeMiget OUR PRICES -. --v'?-.: s-r vJ' ;'" '"r 1 -:-' ' -5 R , before buying your ' Holiday Shoes &. Slippers. Our Christmas Gift Certificates insure appro" priate selections. ' Ask to see them. : - -' iTORE OPEN EVERY EVENING UNTIL XMAS Curme's Shoe Store No. 724 Mala Street Yesterday a few people were made glad in Richmond when they learned that they were lucky enough to draw small sums of money from the guessing contest on the last election conducted by the Cincinnati Enquir er. About $3,000 of good money went out of this city for the contest and only $195 came back. It is es timated that the Enquirer company -Jmade a -quarter- of a million dollars out of the contest. B. N. Thomas, 201 South Seventh street, was the lucky man of Rich mond, winning four $10 and five $5 prixes, netting him $05. The other winners and the amounts are as fol lows: Charles A. Pierson, 47 South Eigh teenth street, $15. Miss Mamie Edwards, South Eigh teenth street, $15. L. E. Leonard, 115 North Tenth street, $15. Frank Meyer, 713 Main street, $10. William Stevens, 11 South Fourth street, $.10. William Drifmeyer, 609 Main street, $10. - II; L. Liebhardt; 221 South Fifth street, $5. William F. Makel y, 915 Main street, $5,, .. , . - F. L. Williams, RiehmondInd., $5. Youngflesh & King, 725 Main street, $5. Roy ;. Thompson, 25 North Sixth street, $5. , Gustave Sudhoff, 435 Main, $5. Charles Kreimeier, 423 Main street, $5. .p Ji, R. .Whartony Cambridge City, $15, .. , . -. . r-x .Will H. Gunkie, Greensfork,.$10. C. F. Morrow, Greensfork, $10. The correct number of votes, as eertified by the secretary of state, was 1,026229, "and there were two correct guesses.-CVie was "entered by J. C. Boone, of Cincinnati and one by the J. S. C. . Club, of Cincinnati. The capital prize of $35,000 was di- i vi&ja'betkeeji; thelse; two, givingeach $17,500. It was the onlj' close guess Booue. male, . but the J.-S. C. Club came. in on the division of the t eighth and ninthprizes and several1. $10 prizes, making nearly $18,000 it- won. The prizes will be awarded in ten 4ays. TIES, SOX, GLOVES, HANDKERCHIEFS, FLETCHERS. -4. A Call to Xmas Buyers Our Holiday Stock is full of Quality, Variety, Beauty and Good Taste. What we offer is tjrst class, nothing shoddy Ebony, Silver or Coco Bola Toilet and Manicure Sets at a fair price. Fine Bristle Hair Brushes, Cloth, Bonnet and Hat Brushes Stop ad See the Display in the Window. f LEO H. FIHE'S PHARMACY, 830 MAIN ST. BOTH PHONES. FINE BEAUTIFU L CHINA FREE! 5 AT THE MASHEEYER STORE With purchases of $2 .50, $5.00 and $10, beginning Continuing until further notice. Come at once. Mash meyer Store Bargains FURS, CHEAPEST, BEST IN TOWN Large black Boas Large Mink Boas Extra large Mink Boas Extra large black oas . . Large Marten Boas $1.50 $1.50 $3.50 $2.95 $2.95 Fine large Oppossum Boas Extra large double (?-! ..$3. Oppossum Boas, Eight tails. Fine Fox Boas, brush tails Finer, larger Fur Boas up to 95 .. $4.95 $25. 00 CHINA FREE With Purchases $1.25 Fine Black Mercerized Petticoats All Silk Taffeta Umbrella, 30c Ladies' Handkerchiefs .20c1 colored or black, -worth" $3r $1.75 Men's fancy Handkerchiefs Special Fine Umbrella, bar- worth 25c, to close,. 10c pain at 75c Ladies' $2.00 Skirts,' mannish 75C bee our Dollar Umbrellas. cloths $2.95 P tt' t China Free with Purchases. Extra Special Mohair bar- 11 Lad ies Tourist Coats ....$5.00 grains, black and fancy ef 00 Taffeta Silk Petticoat $4.95 Coats, worth $12.00 ..... $8.00 Extra Special Waists, La Men s Dollar Style Muffler, Genuine Cravenette Rain dies', worth $1.50 $1.00 4 beautifully embroidered ... 50c Coats worth $1350 ?975 A11 Dolls afc cent dis Oenuine Batfenberjr Squares 50c Golf Gloves, Indies' ..25c count. at 10c, 19c, 25c 50c 20c Handkerchiefs, Ladies'.. 10c China Free "With Purchases. $5.00 Taffeta for ........ Silk . .x A full supply of mince, new rais ins, currants, citron, lemon and or ange peele, etc. tf Best Indigo Prints Best Grey Prints Best Black and White Prints, Best Shirting Prints. : . . . . 4 1-2 c 4i-2c .4 ......:.4 1-2 c HADLEY BROS.. SPBOTATi We begin giving China Free with purchases Tuesday; morning, December 13. until further notice. " Joking ' About Weather. An Omaha' physician has been jok insr about., the Weather Bureau's pre diction of the weather and says that Chief Moore, of the bureau won't ev en admit when he is wronsr. The med ical profession doesn't have to admit their "mistakes;" they bury themi The M ashmeyer Store Corner Eighth and Main, Richmond . 63