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latmioionJXiiTroxra 1901 PAGE FIVE. f- HARGRAVE'S MANY CLAIMS MARION DEFEATS THE QUAKERS Lahrman 9s Shoes & Slippers for Christmas Presents 718 Main St. A VERY CLOSE GAME WON BY THE FOXY FIVE. ACCORDING TO HIMSELF THE PRESIDENT IS SMALL MAN 2s tie WHAT HE HAS BEEN MANSFIELD AND DOHERTY I r rtr- t !. r V A 1 i i '0 No one can tell good baking powder from bad merely by the appearance; The price is some guide, but not an in fallible one; Some cheap brands may raise the dough, yet contain unwholesome ingredients. There is one safe, sure way, i. e., to follow the recommendations of the U. S. GOVERNMENT ANALYSTS, THE HIGHEST AUTHORITIES ON HYGIENE THROUGHOUT THE WORLD, THE BEST HOUSEKEEPERS EVERYWHERE ROYAL BAKING ABSOLUTELY PURE MANY FLOWERS FOR CHRISTMAS ARE NOW ON MARKET AT US UAL HOLIDAY PRICES AMERICAN BEAUTIES $12 DOZ While Violets Sell from $3.00 to $4.00 per hundred A List of Prices. Roses, carnations, violets, in all their beautiful vai'iety, with scores of other flowers, are more plentiful at present than they have been dur ing the Christmas season for sev eral years past, the' dealers say, and there will be slight excuse for the absence of blossoms from the Christ mas decorations of those who love flowers. American Beauties the huge, long-stemmed kind may be had for $12 a dozen by those who care to pay this price. Smaller blossoms can be bought in any quantity for prices ranging as low as $5 a dozen. Carnations are priced at from $1.00 to $2.00 a dozen, while roses other than American Beauties are m the There are many "topliners" offered in the local market for the Christinas Sunday dinner. There is the regulation Christmas goose that can be bought for 20 cents a pound; a young pig. ghastly but gay in its fancy trimmings, will cost $3.50: turkeys will sell to- day at 10 cents a pound; ducks at 20 cents; hens, 15 cents, and broilers at 35 to 50 cents each. In the line of game, venison steaks sell for 50 cents a pound, wild turkeys for 30 cents and wild geese $2 each. - Green vegetables are plentiful, considering the season. Head lettuce sells for 10 cents a head; other kinds, 20 cents a pound; shallots, S cents a bunch; cucumbers, 15 to 20 cents each; Florida tomatoes, 40 cents a pound; cauliflower, 15 cents a head: new beets, 8 cents a bunch; spinach at 10 cents a pound; celery, 50 cents a dozen. . Extra fancy table apples King, Rambo, Belleflower are 50 cents a peck, and Colorado Jonathans, 75 cents. Good cooking ap- pies are 25 cents to 30 cents a peck. Oranges, both California and Florida, sell for 20 cents to 30 cents a dozen; Jamica grapefruit, 10 cents to 15 cents each; pine- apples, 25 cents to 50 cents each, the best offered being the Cayen- ne Jubos. Persimmons are 20 cents a box, and Japanese persimmons, from California, sell for 40 cents a dozen. Dates aie 10 and 15 cents a pound, and the stuffed dates, 25 cents; fancy layer figs, 20 cents, and pulled, washed and fancy packed 25 cents a box or basket. Almonds, pecans, English and California walnuts and mixed nuts are 20 cents a pound for the fancy selected stock and 15 cents for ordinary qualities. POWDER market in great quantities at from $1.00 to $4.00 a dozen. Violets, the fragrant double and single variety may be had from $3 to $4 a hundred. Alpine sort, are plentiful at $3 a hundred. Begonias, poinsettias, pelargon iums and other potted plants are plentiful, prices ranging from 25 cents for tiny begonias to $1.50 per plant for big ones of the different varieties. Hyacinths sell at 75 cents a dozen and lillies of the valley are on the market at $6 and $7 a hun dred. One of the most beautiful Christmas plants is the Gloria de Lorraine begonia.' Their price varies from $2 to $5 a plant. Each plant averages from 100 to 300 beautiful pink blossoms. Miss Marguerite Wilke returned Thursday afternoon from Yonkers N. Y., where she attended school. Nicholson & Bro. Desire to say to their many custom ers and friends that, while our sales to date have exceeded those of last year, our stock was so enormous and varied and has been replenished by daily express, we are still prepared to meet the demand. Many of our most desirable articles await your pleasure. Books, Bibles, pictures, leather goods in great variety, fine china plates, games, mechanical toys, fancy baskets, best fountain pens, etc. NICHOLSON & BROS., 729 Main Street. MISTLETOE AT HADLET BROS. 22-3t Told by Himself to Conersville and Rushville Newspapers. Drew Large Salaries. Sears B. Hargrave, the young man who was arrested by Captain Tom Halls, of the secret service, and was bound over to the Federal Grand Jury by United States Commissioner Jesse Reeves, still occupys a very prominent place in all of the Con nersville and Rushville papers. Har grave worked in both of these towns and succeeded in making the people of the two towns believe that he was an officer of the United States army ami according to his own tales there was but few things that he had not done and but few places he had not been. The Rushville papers have placed all of his fairy tales under one head and the following are some of the experiences that the young man related in the home town of Jim Watson and Jack Gowdy: He claimed that he did the photo graphic Avork, along the line, for the government Avhen the boundary line wes established between the United States and Canada. He said that he had been the head printer for the official photographer at the St. Louis Exposition and 'that he had been in the government photographic service in the Philippines. While there he said that he had been wounded in the back. He said that he Avas a gradu ate of both Harvard and West Point and at several different times receiv ed salaries of $125 and $75 per Aveek while in the photographic business, lie said that he was going to Avork for a celebrated Paris photographer next year. His mother, he said, own ed an immense orange grove in Flor ida and had Avritten him to come South to spend the holidays with her. His parents liye at 2519,, Cen tral aA-enue, Indianapolis. Hargrave further claimed that he was at one time official photographer for the Indianapolis News and said that he Avas going to make his moth er a Christmas present of a life- sized oil painting of himself, made for him by a French artist at the St. Louis Exposition in return for a cer tain favor that he (Hargrave) had done him. Such pictures, he assert ed, the Frenchman usually sold for $0,000. His stories of great army social functions, grand balls and other events in which he had participated, great commercial schemes and other tales equally as ridiculous Avere nev er believed and caused so much sus picion to be cast upon him that he decided to "skip the 4 own." He was Aery excited when lie left the C, II. & D. depot here. BITTER WAR (Continued from 1st page.) ed Tomlinson hall for the fourth and sixth of January. This practically settles the question that Indianapo lis will have a team in the "Western League. Distress After Eating Nausea between meals, belching, vom iting, flatulence, fits of nervous head ache, pain in the stomach, are all ymptoms of dyspepsia, and the longer it is neglected the harder it is to cure it. Hood's Sarsaparilla and Pills Radically and permanently cure it ttrengthen and tone the stomach and other digestive organs for the natural performance of their functions. Accept no substitute for Hood's. I had dyspepsia twenty-five years and took diflerent medicines but got no help nntll I began taking Hood's Sarsaparilla. Have taken four bottles of this medicine and can now eat almost anything, sleep well, have no cramps In my stomach, no bamlng and no distress." Mrs. Whxiam G. Babrctt, 14 Olney St., Providence, R. I. Hood's Sarsaparilla promises to cure and keeps the promise. Played Gilt Edge Polo Anderson Won From Muncie Other Polo Games. P. YV. L. Pet. Richmond ... 25 14 11 .5G0 Muncie 2.5 14 11 .500 Anderson ... 12.5 14 11 .500 Marion 2.5 13 12 .520 The Champions Defeated. (Special to the Palladium.) Marion, December 23. Marion de feated Richmond here tonight, 3 to 1. The game was fast throughout and was spectacular on account of the defense work put up by both teams. Doherty and Mansfield both played magnificent games, as did Devlin and Cameron. Mansfield was right with Teddy Lewis from the start to the finish of the game and Doherty saw that Rig Jean'' did not get any nearer Richmond's goal than was absolutely necessary. Only once did the Frenchman break away from the blonde boy and that was in the third period and Jean succeeded in placing one in the rear viicnity of Jessup. Bone and Burgess had an argument in the third period, but it did not amount to much. The lineup: Marion Richmond Lewis rush Bone Jean rush . . Cunningham Devlin center Mansfield Cameron . . half back .... Doherty Burgess goal Jessup Score Marion 3, Richmond 1. Rushes Lewis 5, Bone 2. Fouls Jean. Stops Burgess 22, Jessup 24. Referee Waller. Atendance 1,100. First Period. No Goal. Second Period. Lewis 7 :00. Third Period. Devlin 1:26. Jean 5:29. Bone 4:17. Anderson Won. (Special to the Palladium.) Anderson, December 23. Muncdej with its regular lineup, was easy money for Anderson tonight and the purple team was defeated, C to 1. Wodtke played in magnificent form and in fact he was the whole team. Lyons was out of the game for An derson and his place was taken by Miller, but the change did not seem to make a particle of difference. Muncie made two goals, but had the hard luck of losing one of them on account of the number of fouls made by the wearers of the purple. The lineup: Anderson Muncie Mercer rush Hart Wodtke rush Higgins Miller center Farrell Gardner ....half back . .Holderness Mallory goal Cashman Score Andersen 6, Muncie 1. Rushes Higgins 5, Mercer 4. Fouls Higgins, Farrell, Holder ness and Miller. Stops Cashman 4S, Mallory 3G. R e f e ree La t h a m. Attendance 000. First Period. Wodtke 3:15. Wodtke-10:20. Wodtke 1 :05. Second Period. Farrell 1 :04. Wodtke 2:14. Mercer 7 :0S. Third Period. Higgins 10:47. rfjT Mercer 3 :18. CENTRAL LEAGUE Terre Haute Danville .... Ft. Wayne . Lafayette . . . Kokorco .... Logansport .. Indianarolis . P. W. L. .34 20 14 35 20 11 .34 1R ir 34 IS 16 34 17 17 32 15 17 19 5 14 Pet. JSRS .571 .526 .526 .500 .46S .263 SLIPPERS for Men SLIPPERS for Ladi SLIPPERS They keep the family at home at night and comfortable and happy. Don't worry your brains about what to get for Christmas gifts. See our display of Shoes and Slippers. Neff & Nusbaum Cor. 7th EC E. B. GROSVENOR. M. D. SPECIALIST tye, Ear, Nose and Throat Scientific Lafayette Won. (Special to the Palladium.) Lafayette, December 23. Lafay ette had no trouble in defeating Ko komo here tonight, 11 to 2. Warner and Gavitt worked together fine and they were able to score at will. The lineup: Lafayette Kokomo Warner rush Smith Gavitt rush Roberts Wiley center ....Fitzgerald Devlin .. ..half back Hayes Tibbitts goal Cusick Score Lafayette 11, Kokomo 2. Fouls Devlin and Griffith. Stops Tibbitts 26, Cusick 39. Referee Haley. Attendance 1,125. First Period. Warner 1 :fia. Gavitt 2:20. Smith 3 :44. Gavitt 1:19. Gavitt 4:40. Second Period. Accident for Lafayette 1:38. Warner 2:00. Gavitt-:15. Gavitt 4 :47. Third Period Huberts 1 :27. Gavitt 0 :07. Wiley 3:20. Warner 2:08. Coggshall Made a Goal. (Special to the Palladium.) Terre Haute, December 23. In a very close and exciting game Terre Haute won from Indianapolis to night, 2 to 1. The only goal for In dianapolis was made by Coggshall, the center for the Indians. This is the only goal that he has made this season. The lineup: Terre Haute Indianapolis Hipson rush .... Haughton Harkins rush . . . .McGilvary Hadley center .... Coggshall Wood .... half back .... O'Hara Mullen goal Harper Score Terre Haute 2, Indianapo lis 1. Rushes Hipson 2, Haughton 3. Fouls McGilvary and Wood. Stops Mullen 24, Harper 46. Referee Lowery. Attendance 879. First Period. No Goal. Second Period. Ilirvcon 7 :05. Third Period Coggshall 7:32. for Children and Main Glass Fitting llarkins 6:01. Ft. Wayne Defeated. (Special to the Palladium.) Ft. Wayne, December 23. Fort Wayne was defeated in a very close game with Danville tonight, 4 to 3. Daly was out of the game and his place was taken by Campbell, while Menard was at second rush. The lineup: Ft. Wayne Danville Jason rush .... Campbell Ley don rush Menard Canavan center . . . .Murtaugh McGrath .... half back .... Hardy Sutton goal . . . .Heffermann Score Ft. Wayne 3, Danville 4. Rushes Jason 7, Campbell 2. Fouls-McGrath 2, Hardy 2. Stops Sutton 37, Heffermann 34. Referee Moran. Attendance 829. Miss June Elmer returned Thurs day afternoon from Forrest Glenn, Md., where she attends school. WWfMM MMWWWM W M W W W W M MAJijiii'jiYijijiHjiMjiiijtji winnr Kn n WWW t s For SHOE I to. DCDA IDIKIO I I See J. ABLEY ; 12 S. Ninth I alt rV V A y, y. v. v w y w w w w w w w s JIAHHAAHAAJIH H ml WWW WWW WWWWW i Flour! Flour! Wholesale & Retail Every pound Guaranteed Winter Apples I and Potatoes All at very reason- able prices. Call and see us. t Wm. Hill & Co.