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MORNING, DECEMBER 22, 1904. - i ; NDERSON WAS ... ,. j. . - .'m i.4 j&t EASY VICTIM TO THE PROWESS OF RICH MOND CHAMPIONS MANSFIELD PLAYS FINELY And Worried Brother Wodtke Out of a Night's Repose Results of Other Games. P. W. L. Pet. Richmond . . 24 34 30 .5S3 Muncie 123 13 10 .505 Anderson ... 23 13 10 .505 Marion 24 12 12 .500 A CPAvrt of one thousand petiple saw the Kichmond Champions wal lop the Anderson Reds last nitht at the Coliseum by a score of 0 to 1. The irnm! was in'eiestin, but there was never a shadow of a doubt as to the outcome. The rooters were frequently j-ivcn opportunities to cheer clever plays on the part of the locals. Mansfield was in the jrame up to his ears and BrotherWodtke was i id den, sat on and chas?d about the floor from 0 to 10:15 o'clock. He not only lost several pounds from overwork, but a larire share of his temper. Both teams put up a pre at defen sive frame in the first peri d and not a score was made. The only foul of the prame was made by Doherty in this period, the big blonde catching the ball in his hands to the delight of Arlie Latham, who sang out, "Ah, ha, Mr. Doherty, yonr caught with the goods." In the second period Cunningham, jr., and Hone each scored twice for Kichmond and Mercer made Ander son's only tally on a line drive which rolled out, but promptly shoved back. After eight minutes of play in the third period Young Cunny turned a line drive of Vo ;e's into the cage in a clever manner. Afier this goal George Jr.. left the floor and Old Cunny replaced him. Be fore time was called the veteran tallied on a beautiful angle shot. This ended the scoring. Richmond. Bone 5 Cunningham, jr. ... 2 Cunningham, sr. ... 0 Mansfield I Doherty . . 0 Jessup 0 Cr. 3 1 0 0 0 F. 0 0 0 0 1 0 s. 0 0 0 0 0 31 Total 1 f e f eree La t h a m . Attendance 1,000. 0 30 CENTRAL LEAGUE P. W. L. Pet. Torre Haute .32 1!) 33 .503 Danville 33 10 14 .575 Ft. Wayne ..33 IS 15 .545 Lafayette ... 32 10 10 .500 Kokomo 32 10 10 .500 Logansport .. 31 14 37 .451 Indianaolis . 37 5 12 .204 . Lafayette Easy Winners. (Special to the Palladium.) Lafayette, December 21. Fort Wayne was never in the game with Lafayette tonight and the home boys "iron, 7 to 3. Jason was off form and his place Avas taken by Whipple. McKay and Wiley doubled up at center for Lafayette as f3id Devlin find Carrigan at half back. f The lineup: , , liafayette Ft. Wayne Warner rush Jason Gavitt rush ...... Ley don McKay center Canavan Devlin half back McGrath -Headach Biliousness, sour stomach, m?iiMpa tion and all liver ills are cuieil Hood's Pills Tibbitts ... . . J. goal . Sutton Score Lafayette 7, Ft.- Wayne 1. Rushes Warner 9, Jason 2. Fouls McGrath. Stops Tibbitts 47, Sutton 45. Referee Moran. Attendance 1,057. First Period. Warner :04. Gavitt 4:09. Gavitt 1:06. Leydon 1 :52. Gavitt :43. Second Period. Wiley :40. Warner 12 :17. Third Period. , Gavitt 7:00. Indianapolis Lost Again. (Special to the Palladium.) Kokomo, Deceber 21. Kokomo had no trouble iu winning from Indi anapolis tonight, 3 to 2. While the score represents a very fast game, the game itself was the opposite. Aftr the whirlwind start made in the Srst period by Kid Ilaughton Indi anapolis made its exit for the even ing and no more scoring was done. O'llara was back at half back for Indianapolis. The lineup: Kokorno Indianapolis Smith ...... rush .... Ilaughton Roberts rush .... McGilvary Fitzgerald . . center .... Coggshall Hayes half back O'llara Cusick goal Harper Score Kokomo 3, Indianapolis 2. Rushes Smith 7, Ilaughton 3. Fouls Xone. Stops Cusick 27, Harper 28. Re feree Haley. Attendance 1.000. First Period. Ilaughton 1 :15. Ilaughton 1 :20. Roberts 8:20. Second Period. Hayes :50. Smith 9:02. Third Period No goal. James Sebern, of tho Elwnod polo rink, is ofi on a mysterious jaunt of some sort and the impression pre vails that he is iu Dayton. Ohio, en-dea-voring to secure a rink in the Ruckeye city. If this i done it is more than likely that a polo team will he formed there and that ad mission to the Western League will he asked, probabl ythis year. Mr. Sebern, before leaving Elwood, would make no statement further than the effect that he would organ ize a semi-professional team and would meet teuns from Indiana and other Ohio cities. . ' THEY ALL GO. TO PARSON'S, THE LEADING PHOTOGRAPHER, FOR THEIR XMAS PHOTOS TO GIVE AS A REMEMBRANCE. STUDIO 704 MAIN STREET. tf Anderson. R. G. F. S. Mercer 2 1 0 0 Wodtke. 0 0 0 0 Lyons 0 () 0 0 Miller 0 0 0 0 Gardner 0 0 0 0 Mallow 0 0 0 30 C. & O. Canal Sale. Annapolis. Md.. Dec. 23. The hoard of public works will decide to day upon the bids for the staled in terest in the Chesepeake and Ohio Canal. This lnnll'T was scheduled to come up several days ago, 1u ac tion was deferred until the attorney general's advice could bv- secured nt a point suggested by the State treas urer as to whether or not the pur chaser of the state's interest would succeed to the exceptions from rd! taxation of the canal company's char! or. The non-irritatinar eaihurLV. Tn 25 cents. Of al ctr:;sc;sts -, li;u ci C. I. Uooi --'-. Luwell, -lu.ss MISTLETOE AT HADLEY BROS. 22-3t Dodge May Go to New York. Galveston, Tex.. Dec. 22.-The writ of habeas corpus recently is sued interfering with the carrying out of the court's decision that Chas. F. Dodge be taken back to New York in connection with the fa mous Morse-Dodge-Morse marriage suit is returnable today and it is probable that after all he may be re in rued to New York. Dodge has made a desperate light against leav ing Texas, and he has friends who have fought to have him retained here as hard as he has fought to stay. His health is very poor and for sometime he has been confined to bed. At one time lit was reported that Dodge said before he would be taken baek to New York to testify concerning his marriage with Mrs. Morse, he would commit suicide. THE DOORKEEPER. The name of Milton Garrigus, Past Department Commander of the G. A. R. has been announced for the position of principal door-keeper for the Indiana House of Representa tives. The Captain is too well known to need much introduction. His success is pretty well assured being the only candidate announced up to this time. His many friends in this part of the state are honefulof his success. J. . T. SANTA CLAUS LETTERS RECEIVED MANY CHIDREN WRITE MIS SIVES TO GOOD ST. NICK ASKING FOR AMAI1Y GIFTS All Will Be Remembered on Christ mas Morning Lots of Things Wanted. The following letters, written in childish scrawl, addressed to Santa received yesterday, simple and rudely constructed as they are. These poor lit.le tots, facing a cheerless Christ mas, appeal to the reader with more force than the strongest editorial that any editor could pen. Their parents are too poor to buy them any thing but the bare necessities of life, so these little ones turn to the mythical god of childhood confident ly and ask of him to remember them on the a mil versa rv ot ( hiist's birth. Those who can resist these touching appeals have hearts of stone, hemember the Palladium's Christmas fund to purchase gifts for poor children closes Friday morn ing so send in a little money without delay to help along a cause which is nothing if not worthy. "We print two of the letters received: Dear Santa Clans I thought I would drop you a few lines hoping to get a present. My father is dead and my mother is living. I am 11 years old. My name is . My ad dress is . P. S. 1 forgotten to say I am a boy Dear Santa Clans- I would like to have a box of candy and nuts if you please. My father is blind and not able t buy anything and would you send him a pair of socks and my mother i pair of traitors. I would like to have a little violin to. Dear Santa you will have to conu- in the do1" r as Ave have no chimney. 1 S. T am S and 'XU years old. The name and addresses to the letters are not given as they Ave re received in confidence. The Palla dium Avill recommend to the commit tee in charge of the fund that these two little boys be given Christmas presents. ORANGE SALE-21 DOZEN NAVELS, NO SEEDS, THIS WEEK ONLY. 22-3 1 HADLEY BROS. Deaths and Funerals. Kienker Paul Kienker died yes terday, at the home of his father, Herman Kienker, 3-'() South Thir teenth street. The funeral arrange ments have not yet been made., but friends may call at the house from 7i to S o'clock this evening. Griffin Grovcr v. (Jri'Ihi, a avoII known young man. if this city died at the home of his parents at 100 North Seventh s: ; ! yesterday morniinr at 7:30. The young man was twenty years of age and had been employed in a number of prominent places in the city. The funeral notice Avill be given later. THREE ARRESTS Tor Visiting a House of 111 Repute In Sixth Street. Patrolman Hebble last night ar rested John Mullen, Howard Foster and "William Roach on the charg? of visiting a house of ill fame. The men Avent to a house near Main street and created a small disturb ance and the police were called for. WATER CONSUMERS. OFFICE AND SHOP OF RICH MOND CITY WATER WORKS MOVED TO 41 N. EIGHTH. 22-."t LOST A black fur driving dove. Finder please return to Hazel- tine's Grocery, West Third street. FOR SALE CHEAP A Restaurant That is Making . Money CAUSE FOR SELLING, ILL HEALTH. If you want a splendid Business, Don't Hesitate Inquire at the Palladium office. tf Get the Biggest CHIRSTMjS BARGAINS EVER PARTAKE OF CHRISTMAS PRESENTS, TOO MstshnsiBym s 3 ALPHONSE and GASTON HANDKERCHIEFS! f EE! FREE! FREE! With Every Purchase of 50 Cents They're pretty. They're fast colors, They are free. We bagan giving them last nipht shall continue doing so until Christmas eve, if they last. Only 15,00 to be given away, so come early. FR BEAUTIFUL CHINA EREE WITH PURCHASES OE $2.50 $5.00 AND $10.00 $1.25 Black Mercerized Petticoat $1.50 Black Mercerized Petticoat 79c 95c $3.95 25c 25c Taffeta Silk Petticoat, worth $5 .00 Taffeta Silk Petticoats, tj Q(T changeable or black, 6.50 4 & w O Taffeta Silk Petticoats, CA changeable or black, 6.50 3? O w U FUR SCARFS FUR SCARFS Fine Mink Scarfs Large double Mink Scarfs Large black Bcas .... $.200 $3.75 $1.50 50c Gloves, Ladies', now 50c all wood Tamo- shanters CHILDREN'S HANDKERCHIEFS FREE Handkerchiefs! Handkerchiefs! Ladies' Satin Bordered Handkerchiefs Ladies9 embroidered and hem stitched Ha'ds, worth 15c Ladies' embroidered and hem stitched Ha'd'fs worth 25c Ladies' fine Initial Handker chiefs, worth 15c 5c 10c 15c 10c Extra large black Boas $4. Genuine black Opossum Scarfs, worth $6.00.'. Genuine extra large double Oppossum Boas, worth Ct E ft A $7.00 $9.UU Genuine American Fox Boas, large single brush J ft ft tails, worth $7.00 43.UU Extra Large brown 'Oppos- sun Boa, very long i ft ft Large genuine Fox Boa, worth $10.00 Laidies' 35c fine all linen embroidered and hem stichedh Handkerchiefs . Ladies' fine Val. Lace trimed Handker chiefs, all linen Men's fine Initial Handker chiefs, silk embroidered. Men's fine linen finished Initial Handkerchiefs, worth 20c, 2 for Men's extra fine all linen Initial Handkerchiefs, worth 35c Silk Rosette, worth $6.00- $7.50 $25.00 25c 25c 10c 25c 25c 15c Fine Boas up to Save Money! Save it buy ing Furs from us- SPECIAL Mn's fine Jap Handkerchiefs, colored borders, worth 25c Children's Coats! Children's Coats! JO per cent, discount on all Child ren's coats, 200 to select from. Extra special Extra Special Best 10c Fancy Seer- sucker O Best Grey Cal- 7 1 ico &2C Best Blue Cali- A 1 i ico ..!2G Mashymeyer's Store is the place, you'll know so when you see. REMEMBER: China free with a purchase of $2.50 $5.00 or $10.00 C A Kodak is a constant source of satisfaction and is therefore an Ideal gift The price suits any purse, too vSi.oo to $75 W. H. ROSS DRUG GO. Thone 77. 804 Main St., Richmond. "A Striking Girl" Match Striker 25c SHINING PARLOR JIM ELLEIIIS 712 Main Street Bring in your shoes 3 shines for 25 ct , EXHIBIT SALE i Of Oil and Water Color Paint ings at my studio 327 S. SEVENTH ST. Frank J. Girardin : McNeill Prterfield: :real ESTATE DEALERS: Try a Palladium Want ad.