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niOHIIOHD . DAILY TALLADIUII, THURSDAY UOElTUfQ, DECEUBER 29, 1904. THE PALLADIUM PUBLisHEDAlLY ANbWEEkLY. AT 922 MAIN STREET.1 I TELEPHONES: CENTRAL UNION HOME - 2 2 ENTERED AT BICHMOKD PO8TOFFI0E AB 2D CI.AS4 MATTKB n-ii. ri.iivarad hv carrier to any part of the city for seven cenU a week. SUBSCBIPTION RATES I DAILY ' n.n.4i4a ix months, in advance 60 Outside city, one month, in advance.... w Outside city; one year, in advance 8 00 WEEKLY By mail one year, tl.00 in advance. wnuN c FTTZGIBBONS. - Editor M. O. HOLLY. Business Manage H.S.CARTER, - Report or1 a a mi spy PD UUDS TONE at Staff The Palladium -will be found the following places: Palladium office. Westeott Hotel. Arlington Hotel. Union News Company Depot. Gates Cigar Store, West Main. Two cents at all places of sale. a Jack Frost is now having his inn insr. The weather this morning sa vors of frigidity. The burning to death of the little Droste child Wednesday morning is a very unfortunate affair. The par ents certainly have the sympathy of every one in their terrible loss. Our fellow townsman, Mr. Ben Johnson, who recently returned from a trip to the East, spent'some time in Washington. He called on the president, Senator Fairbanks, Uncle Joe Cannon, Congressman Watson and others. Mr. .Jqunson says you can't know the president unless you have a personal talk with him. Al though he was a Roosevelt man be fore, he is more so than ever now. Attorney-General Moody has be gun action against the great paper combine of the nortwest. The case is in many ways similar to -the Great Northern Securities. It will have its first hearing before the same court that tried the Securities. Mr. Moody will be assisted by James M. Beck, The outcome will be awaited with interest. The board of county commission ers will have, their .last meeting to day at the court house. It will be the last meeting of the year and al so the last day of service for Mr. George W. Callaway, who has serv ed on . the board for several years As a commissioner Mr. Callaway had ithe respect of all persons with whom he was associated. Wayne county never had a 1 better or more honest servant than was the retiring com missioner. He served the county well and retires with the respect and esteem of not only Republicans, but of Democrats as well. Associated with Mr. John Dynes and Colonel Wiley no better trio of men could be found in the State of Indiana. Mr. Callaway will be succeeded by Mr. El wood Clark, of Economy, who needs no recommendation to the peo ple of the county. His high type of citizenship is his greatest encomium. STOCKHOLDERS' MEETING. A meeting of the shareholders in the Second National Bank of Rich mond, Ind., will be held at 1 o'clock p. m., at the banking house on Tues day, January 10th, 1905, for the pur pose of electing nine directors to serve the ensuing year, and the tran saction of any other business that may come before the meeting. JOHN B. DOUGAN, President. Dec. 22-20t Mr. and Mrs. Lew Hiff have return ed fom a pleasant visit with Indi anapolis friends. WAS CHEERFUL Nan Patterson Felt Better Yesterday Than Any Day Yet. New York, December 28. Nan Patterson, the former show girl, who is in the Tombs charged with the murder of Caesar Young, was in bet ter spirits today than at any day since the second jury which heard the testimony in her case reported that it was unable to agree upon a verdict. She believed, she said, that the freedom for which she had long ed for more than six months was about to be granted. Telegrams had come to her from Wheeling, W. Va., announcing that four prominent men in that city were prepared to furn ish bail for her in any amount to $50,000. "I have received telegrams from men offering to she said today, "but I do not feel at liberty to give out the names of my new-found friends until I have consulted with my attorney.' T If the offers from Wheeling have been made in good faith it is probable that the court, will be asked within a few days to fix the amount of a bond. While Miss Patterson would not Deaconess, and Mrs. McCrea on sides at Sacramento, CaL Two sons, "City Missions." An interesting William F. Klopp and Fred Krone, feature of the meeting was the in- sr- reside here and the others, Chris stallation of the newly elected oflfi- Klopp and F. C. Krone, reside in cers by Rev. Madison Swadener, the Muscatine, Iowa. Friends may call paston 'Dainty 'refreshments! were anJ time afler 2 o'clock today. The served and a-social hour enjoyed, funeral sen-ices will be held at the The hostess for the January meet- borne tomorrow afternoon at .1:30 and at ot. 1'aul's Lutheran church at 2 o'clock. The Rev. C. Huber will have charge of the services. Burial will take place at Lutherania. Please ing will be Mrs. Charles Pierson, 47 South Eighteenth street. 1 Sirs. W. J. Roney was hostess yes terday afternoon for the Wednesday omit flowers Duplicate W hist Club, which met at her home in North D street. A pleasant session was enjoj-ed, the served. The hostess for the meeting in two weeks will be announced later. Members of the E. and W. S. Euchre Club enjoyed a very pleasant i P T'.1 i. it. 1 .Mrs. Sol Frankel in South Eighth effppf Pri 7Pe f nr Timmecinno wo-ro go on my bond," I by M Charles Webb and Mr- Ed Klute, while the consolations fell to Mrs. Ed Klute and Mr. F. J. Harding, of Springfield, Ohio.- The club will meet in two weeks- with Mrs. Charles Webb at., her . home in State street. ' . . The K. C. ladies met in the club rooms yesterday afternoon and spent an enjoyable time at progressive euchre, prizes for which were award ed Mrs. J. II. Luken and the hostess, Mrs. John Barrett. Mrs. Timothy Rady will serve as hostess next week. The Y. W. C. T. U. held its regu lar meeting last evening at the home of Misses Anna and Lillian Eves. Although several members werb prevented from attending by the se vere weather the meeting was a very good one. 45- Miss Mary Garvin, a prominent so ciety belle of Cambridge City, was united in marriage on Tuesday even- Continued from first page.) ing to Mr. Kahl, a prominent young tures given by the popular pastor of attorney of Columbus, Ohio. The the Christian church. marriage took place at the home of "I have frequently listened to the the bride's father, the Rev. Garvin sermons and lectures of the Rev. T. in the presence of relatives and a H. Kuhn and have always been rich- few friends, the Rev. Mr. Garvin ly repaid. His lecture on the "Gol- officiating. The house was very den age of Man" is a masterpiece beautifully decorated and after the abounding in unique and forcible ceremony a very dainty luncheon was ideas. He speaks to bring conviction served. Mr. and Mrs. Kahl will but in 'so doing he does not fail to make their future home in Columbus, entertain. His glowing eloquence, Ohio. ' his charming use of the adjective, Mueller Elizabeth Mueller, aged eighty-two years, died at the home hours being spent at whist, after of ter daughter, Mrs. Katherine Nie which refreshments were daintily bans, 241 South Sixth street yester- reveal the names of the Wheeling men who offered to go on her bond, dispatches from that city say they are Charles W. Swisher, Secretary of State-elect, of Wheeling, and H. J. Price, a merchant; T. A. Deveney, a lawyer and Howard Black, a bank er, of Fairmount. KUHN REV. T. H. WILL LECTURE day moring. One son and one daugh ter survive. Funeral arrangements will be announced later. Rash Didana Rash, aged seventy six years, died at the Margaret Smith home, yesterday morning. The funeral arrangements will be an nounced later. SKETCH CLUB Will Give an Exhibit of Local Ar tists Next Friday. Friday, December 30 the Rich mond Sketch Club will have on exhi- jbition at the Morrison-Reeves Li brary, sketches by -.Miss Maud Kauf man, Miss Anna Newman and Miss Ada Robinson, all well known local artists. Foreign pictures loaned by Mr. Charles Insco Williams will also be exhibited. Members of the club and their friends are invited to at IT' and his personal magnetism a)t once catch and hold attention. Back of all his learning, ability and elo quence is the stalwart man with a pure and noDle Christian character which reinforces all ; he says and does." ' ; , -K 45- The wedding of William T. Noble and Miss Benaldine Smith occurred at Indianapolis yesterday afternoon. The couple will reside in Los An geles, California. Card of Thanks. . . We extend our thanks to ' the Additional Society. friends and neighbors who assisted Mrs. Charles Webb will , entertain during the sickness and death, of our at dinner today at her home ija State son and brother, Grover. We , also" street, in honor of Mrs. F. ' J;' Hard- extend our ithanks to the liverymeil ing, of Springfield, Ohio. About twenty ladies braved the in clement weather yesterday to attend the regular monthly meeting of the Woman's Home Missionary Society of the First Methodist of thfi citv. V Mr. and Mrs. Griffin and Family. ALL-AMERICAN TEAM CHOSEN BY CAMP. Position. Pla'er. College. End Shevlin Yale. Tackle Cooney Princeton. Guard Piekarski Pennsylvania Center Tipton West Point. Guard Kinney Yale. Tackle Hogan Yale. End Eckersall Chicago. Quarter Stevenson Pennsylvania Half Hurley Harvard. Half Heston Michigan. Full Smith Pennsylvania. Printed above is the long expected selection of Walter Camp, the great est football critic in America, for an Ail-American eleven for the season of 1904, published jn the cuyreiit issue of Collier's Weekly. In it two Western men have been picked, Ec kersall, of the University of Chica go, ad Heston, of the'' University of Michigan. For his second team the football sage selects only one West ern man, Curtis, -of Michigan, .who is given a place at tackle. Rothgeb, of Illinois, the unanimous choice of the Western critics for end, is given that place on Camp's third elevtn. Bender, of Nebraska, is Ithe only oth er Westerner on the third eleven. Deaths and Funerals. Mrs. Anna Marie Klopp, widow of Henry Klopp, sr., died at the home Episcopal of her son, William F. Klopp, 423 church, held at the home of Mrs. South Eighth street on Tuesday ev A. A. Curme, jr., in South Eigh- ening, after an illness of two weeks. teenth street. Miss McMotrrow was She leaves four sons, one daughter chosen leader for the dav. hisrhlv en- and twentv-two grandchildren and i erta in ing papers being read by Miss five great granchildren. Mrs. Wil-1 will be forwarded Dost-Daid bv Paris A Guaranteed Cure For Piles. Itching, Blind, Bleeding or Protrud ing Piles. 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