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RICHMOND DAn.Y PALLADIUM, SUNDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 18, 1904.
Are the new pianos during our big sale now. in progress. Never before have we sold as many pianos during a sale. We always have a few second hand pianos left which Will be sold at Bargains. Organs as good as new at your own prke. THE STARR PIANO CO. , Manufacturers, 935;Main Street. THE ' PALLADIUM PUBLISHED DAILY AND WEEKLY, AT 922 MAIN STREET. TELEPHONES: CENTRAL UNION HOME - - 21 21 INTKEED AT RICHMOND POSTOFFIOB A8 2d clasj matteb Dally delivered by carrier to any part of tne city ior nveu. wuu SUBSCRIPTION RATES: DAILY Oatelde city, six months, In advance . .1 50 rtntatria .itv. one month. In advance.... 80 Outside city, one year, tn advance. ....."8 00 WEEKLY By mall one year, f 1.00 In advance. JOHN S. FITZCIBBONS, - Editor A. O. HOLLY, - Business Manage H. S. CARTER, - Reportor' RAMSEY POUNDSTONE al Staff XJNTNljl ILA BE 13 The SturTpnts' nnnnal pntprtain-! ment and social, given Friday even n;g at the .business College was a decided success in everv detail. The following program of interest was frnen in the large room in the sec ond floor which was tastily decorated with cedar and the college colors, ye?Jow and black: Program: Welcome Mr. F. A. Kennepohl Piano Duet Misses Hazel and Bes sie Camubell. Ciiginal Story TV. B. Fulghum A Glimpse of the Morning Exer cises Mr. IT. II. Bowing A'o'in Solo Mr. L. Gausepohl B i.zard, first edition ...V Miss Bessie; Campbell Pi, no Solo Miss Nettie Ber? A Glimpse of the Classes at R. B. C. . .Messrs. Bowing & Overman Piano Solo . . . .Miss Tiuth -Wen-hake Recitation ....Miss Virginia Harris A Glimpse of the Shorthand De partment ...Miss Males and Mr. Kennepohl Blizzard, second eidition Mr. Charles Morgan After the rendition of the program the guests, numbering two hundred and fifty repaired to the first floor where a light lunch, consisting of The Russian-Japanese war is still sandwiches, pickles, cake and ice 'j-iii cream awairea mem. The committee having the affair in charge was composed of the follow ing: F. A. Kennepohl, Mars Males, An na White, Charles Morgan, Harry Bowing and Bessie Campbell. -55- The Mary F. Thomas W. C. T. U. will meet Monday afternoon at two- 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. in progress and the people seem to be losing interest in it. Richmond merchants did a splen did business yesterday. One more week of buying befoi-e Christmas. o . an interesting feature followed by a social hour. The History Club was entertained yesterday at the home of Mrs. Mattie Johnson in South Eleventh street. An entertaining paper on the " Story of Poland" was read by the hostess which led to an interesting discus sion. Curent events were handled by Miss Louie Boyd. The club was in vited to meet the first Saturday after New Years with the president, Mrs. George Dougan. . -X- Mrs. W. J. Robie and daughter,! Miss Grace, were hostesses for the afternoon whist party at the Country Club yesterday. Mrs. Guy S. Mc- Cabe was awarded first prize, Mrs. W. Crawford, second, while Mrs. Georire Williams received the conso lation. The next social gathering at the Country Club will be the watch party, New Years eve, to which all members and friends are cordially invited. PERTINENT PARAGRAPHS OF GENERAL INTEREST READERS TO CAUGHT HERE AND THERE Articles Boiled Down to Suit the Tastes of All Lovers of Brevity. CITY TREASURER CHARLES TENNIS ANNOUNCES SECOND TAX INSTALLMENT. Yesterday afternoon City Treasurer Charles Tennis gave out the to tal collections of taxes on the second installment of 1004. The books show that the people of Richmond have paid into the city treasury taxes amounting to the sum of $G3,flill .54. This amount includes delinquent taxes collected by City Tax Adjuster Lowe. The showing made by tho city treasurer this year is par excellent and there is less delinquencies in taxes than ever before. QUAKER CITY POULTRY MAR KET TOR XMAS TURKEYS. PHONE 393. 18-7t CAMBRIDGE CITY. HOW TO MAKE CANDIES FOR CHRISTMAS. The following receipts for candies which can be made at home for V Christmas are compiled by Mrs. DeWitt C Owen. Christmas Day is never complete without plenty of candy to eat and for the benefit of those who want to make '-home candy, which is always the best kind, these few receipts are given. FUDGE Two cups sugar; one cup of milk; nearly a cake of cho- ( colate; butter size of an esrg; boil ten minutes or more, or until it makes a soft ball (in cold water). Take from fire ami stir; cool and " cut in squares. ' -jf. BROWN SUGAR CANDY Two and half cups of dark brown su-- J ar; half cup of milk or cream; little butter; half cup of chopped w minutes; cooi enough to pull. CREAM CANDY Two cups of sugar; half cup of vinegar; half cup of water: boil until crisp in water, and pull; flavor with vanil- la. lemon or strawberry. VANILLA CARMELS Two cups granulated sugar: two-thirds cup sweet milk, filled with butter not melted; teaspoonful of vanil- la; stir until begins to boil, not a gain: cook about twenty-five min- " utes, or until it turns a light brown: pour out on buttered tin and when partly cooled mark oil in squares with sharp knife. ' vr - - -X- -X- -K- -X- -X- -X- -X- ;u , ihui cup ol iimk or cream; nine muter; halt cup ot chopped walnuts; when done beat until creamy after taking from fh MOLASSES CANDY One cup molasses; two cups of sugar; ta- ble spcon full vinegar; vanilla; small piece of butter; boil ten An Exhibition James Dennis and W. H. Alford, of Richmond, and Park Martin, of Indianapolis, made an exhibit of the new fuel discov ered by Mr. Dennis at J. W. Jud kins' residence, east of Milton. The farmers and their wives were in vited from the surrounding country to seen the test and eat the dinner cooked by it. There were twenty four at dinner. -X- . Complimented State Auditor Da- i ,, r 7 i , - .. I " T7 Tr t n , m T -liis successor is said to be a success- xi. . iiiiut's ano ireasurer j. n , , Q , , . r. . . ful horseman, bpekenhier, ot ayne county, in no - it- Rev. Conrad Huber's article in this issue is worthy of close perusal. Rev. I : tbirtv o'clock at the Grace Methodist Hubor is one of our most zealous ' E,iscopn church. Important busi- ministers. Iness matters will be discussed at this o meeting and in consequence, a large Some Democratic papers are worry- attendance of members is earnestly ing because the newlv elected State requested. i... i- ' The Ticknor Club, a literary or- M( UllvltUi iuii iifi, iriijyii cit office yet. When the time comes Mr. Stubbs will be on hand. Send in your contributions and help the Santa Clans fund. It is growing. Remember, while you are reveling in plenty on Christmas ganization holding weekly meetings on Monday afternoons, has post- Floyd Scott found a pocketbook in Main street near his home Friday afternoon. Attorney J. C. Dodson will go to his home near Evansville this week. Mr. ami Mrs. Benton Wilson enter tained the members of the Friday Night Club last Friday evening. The paper was by Will Doney on "Lodge and Church." The subject was well han"!u1 and of an interesting dis cusirn. . Prof. E. E. Ohlaker, of Center- poned the same until after the Holi- ville, was in Cambridge City, Satur days. day. Tlie J. 0. of B. Club will hold a The Banner Social Club was most meeting at their club rooms this aft pleasantly entertained Friday after- i ernoon at 2 :.0 p. m. uncertain way. With less than 24 hours' delay, Mr. Sherrick acknow ledged the receipt of the Wayne county settlement sheet and stated that not a single correction was found necessary. Treasurer Speken hier will turn over the State's share of the fall payment Munday. -X- -X- R. F. D. Extension Messrs. Young and Graves, of Whitewater, were in the city yesterday to consult Post master Surface about an extension of Rural Free Delivery mail service from Whitewater east one mile, i Tlfere are about eight families who will be accommodated by such a change. X- -X- Livery Sold Charles Clawscn has sold his livery stable business in North Seventh street to James -V- .Si. .'.!. Will Be Called The Studv-White sell case will be called in circuit com on Monday. -V. -V. '. Fassed Under The Da v ton & Western buffet car assed under the Main stret bridge yesterday. As soon as necessary arrangements can be made through service between In dianapolis, Dayton and Lima will be inaugurated. Service will be ar ranged for at once. THE EAGLES Will Hold a Rehearsal of Their Min strel Show This Afternoon. The Eagles' Minstrels will hold a noon at the home of Mrs. Juday in South Ninth Street. Thre was a large many poor children will have little to attendance and the hours wore spent socially, an elaborate six o ciock be thankful for, -o- The lst legislature passed a law forbidding sales in bulk of stocks of merchandise without notice to cred itors. The Supreme Court has just decided the statute is unconstitution al, as it violates the fourteenth am endment of the United States consti tution. PRESENTED" TO LEAGUE Continued from first page.) the plan of Mr. Weber. While the scheme the city engineer has presented to the Civic Improve ment League would necessarily entail the expenditure of a considerable sum of money it is the opinion of all who have seen the plan that it would not only make Richmond an ideal spot to live in in the summer, but wxmld also be a great benefit to the city. At the present time the plan is only in the paper stage but if it meets the approval of the league, steps will be taken at once to make the plan of Mr. Weber's a reality. Health Office. Fred Mueller, aged twenty-six, of 33G South Tenth street, typhoid fev er. dinner being served. The members will not hold another meeting until the first Friday in January. "X- X -X- Mrs. Claude Moore and two daughters of Memphis, Tenn., are visiting Miss Rust and Mrs. Clark of 1139 Main Street. Ji .VS. -V. At the recent election of the la dies of the G. A. R., the following ladies were chosen to fill the respec tive offices: Mrs. Frank Howe, pres ident; Mrs. Graham, senior vice pres ident; Mrs. E. E. PrieeJunior vice president; Mrs. Droste, treasurer; Mrs. Wesley Brown, secretary; Mrs. Modlin, conductor; Mrs. Harris, as sistant conductor; Mrs. Branson, guard. At this election Mrs. Hen ning and Mrs. Pfice were elected as delegates ta the national conventian. Mrs. Benson and Mrs. E. E. Price, as alternates. X- -X- The Magazine Club will be enter tained by Mrs. J. S. Ostrander at her home 110 North Fifteenth street. Papers at this meeting will be hand led by Mrs. Erie Reynolds and Mrs. P. S.Twigg. , X- -X- Quite a number assembled at the South Eighth street Friends' church last evening, where they were treated to an excellent illustrated lecture on the subject: "Acoma, a Pueblo In dian Village." S. i. Fisher and daughter, Miss Hazel attended the show at the Gen- net t Friday night. Saturday night given at the home of Several from here attended a party Elmer Fagan. Carl Whitley and George Butler will be home from Indianapolis this week. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Swiggelt and Mrs. Levin Swiggett, left Saturday for Ashville, N. C. Mr. and Mrs. Curtis Gosnell, of Rushville, are guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ed Drischell. Miss Ralzie Tout entertained few friends at cards Friday evening. Mr. San ford Wilson, of this city, has in his possession an old scrap book containing a poem written by J. Quincy Adams on the old Liberty. Bell. The book is very old and one? belonged to a relative of J. Quincy Adams. Fred Cornell is clerking at Morris tS: Krahls'. Miss Maggie Harmel. who has been the guest of George Harmel and family, the past month, started for her home in Nebraska Saturday. Miss Nort Frynn, formerly of this city, and a niece of Mrs. Peter Kim- mon, will be married on Christmas day at Kokomo, to Rol)and Harrell, of that city. Mrs. Alvin Bowmaster, of near, Hiser's station visited with local friends Saturday. Laughlinn, of Fountain City. Mr. rehearsal of the entire production Laughlin will take possession on Jan- this afternoon at the Gennett'theater. uary 1, 1905. Mr. Clawson will prob- The production is being staged by the ably engage in other business, though National Production Company, Ed just what he has not determined, ward H. Fick, manager, and it can be Mr. Clawson has been in the livery said that Mr. Fick has never vet has produced. Pai-sifal pictures may be inspected at Gartield school this "afternoon from 2 to 5 o'clock. California Information. California is a big state; large of area, rich in natural wealth, tre mendous in its scenic features and with a future full of great promise. Every American is more or ess ir terested in knowing about this won derful commonwealth. A forty page folder with more than half a hun dred beautiful illustrations anJ a complete map of the state in co1ora has been issued by the Chicago & North-Western Railway. It contains in condensed and interesting form, a mass of information on varions subjects of interest, Including a list of hotels at California touruists points with their rates, capacity, etc. bent to any address on receipt of four cents in stamps. A. II. Wag- V verv pleasant evening was en joyed by the Daughters of Pocahon ..ASK TO SEE OUR 50C, 76C, $1 AND $2 HANDKERCHIEFS IF YOU WANT QUALITY, FINE WORK AND ABOVE ALL, YOUR MONEY'S WORTH, BUY YOUR HANDKERCHIEFS OF US. THE f John C ATeier. fas .and their friends last evening in 314 South Ninth street, diphtheria, Red Men's hall. A pie social was GEO. H. KNOLLENBERG CO. C ;' - i' VS HASSENBUCH'S 505 and 507 Main Street Is there anything more accept able than an article of furni ture for an Xmas present? We have a full assortment and would be glad to have you make a selection. Holiday Morris CHAIRS Artistic in style elegant In llnish ouarterd-sawed oak a piauo polish finish. It Is W Inches wide and 66 Inches high. French plate beveled mirror on top. Adjustable shelves to fit any size book. Drop leaf writing desk, with drawer and stationery compartment. Extra drawer and cablnt below desk. Separate lock on every door and drawer. Rich ly carved In scroll and .floral de signs. An ornament for any home. Everything about It is new and up-to-date. Sec our big line of Combination Desks. Equal to nny Morris Chair sold elsewhere for $15.i0. Massive claw feet and hand carved arms and front panels, l.arge.vdeep. wide seat. Roman spindles under the arras, giving them strong support. Cushions are of V etour Plush, stuffed with air and reversnble. Eack Is ad justable In any position. Full steel spiral spring seat. An ideal chair for reading, smok ing, talking, dozing or soclblalltv. J Ives both i.ooiiHfui nnri "Id and young endless comfort and pleasure. vood Is Llert GJ":T ON E N I) KEST EASY FOK THE akk,SwftCh REST OF YOUR LIFE. Bp! JVlBSS-BTf : MorrisChairs (Like cut. This Couch Is built for comfort It Is graceful in desUn and well made. Deep tufting, carved base. A big variety of prettv nni'fl t rro Al' ll rA I Our Price $9 25 PECIAL 5ALE CDO An immense stock of books. r Late copyrights, $1.20. Popular copyrights, 50c and 75c. David Harum, Gratistark, Crisis, Alice of Old Vincennes, Missippi Bubble, Etc., Etc. Our specials at 25c are big values Elegant burnt leather bindings. Poems, Illustrated, elegant bindings. Finest line of juvenile books in the city. Elegant line bric-a-brac, busts, vases, Candelabra, hand-painted plates, steins, Beautiful pictures, framed and unframed. Sketches by Gibson, Gilbert, Frost, Martin and others. Toilet cases, handkerchief and glove boxes. Collar and cuff boxes, photo boxes, etc., etc. Smoking sets, lap desks, pocket books. Ash trays, card cases, bill books, albums. Bibles, testaments, prayer books, Board games and all new card games, Gold Pens, Fountain Pens. Dictionaries and holders. Kodaks, cameras and supplies, Diaries and numerous other articles suitable for nice presents. GREEN TRADING STAMPS. 0 4