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The Richmond Palladium, Monday, July 2, 1906. KuthV Raspberries Very Plentiful SATURDAY And Monday are the best days for Raspber ries. They come from the famous Kuth berry farm east of this city and a few hours after picking are ready for the consumer. Come today; if not come Monday and see the display. Saratoga Chips Just tiU "JthlDg for picnics ptt&p cold suppers" which are so Pyfru , lar during the hot spell, fresh supply each day guaranteed crisp and of the finest oiality. SPECIALS. Beets. Onions. Pickles. Cherries. Radishes. Tomatoes. Cucumbers. Pineapples. 0. A. Harmeier Phone 1 1 1 1. 1030 Moin " HELLO, BILI f " MEET US AT DENVER " We are sure to be thjere, as we are routed via C. C. & L. dnd Rock IslandR-iR's. Through train service :eRI( Richmond to Denver without cha tee r cars. On account of the k'atlonkl con- vention of Elks to bef ver. Col., July 18 tl Richmond to Denver! held It Den- 21stf Rata and Ireturn only $30.25. Just Ithlnk lot it! Dates of sale July 11th tc 14th. Final return limit A igust 2 th. Through train ser ice will leave Richmond Saturday July 1 th at 10:45 a- m., arrivln ; at I enver Monday, July 16th a 8 a.m. Train win be made up of lagh back coa ches, Standard Pullman Palace cars etc. The' finest traia that ever come over the pAce." Any one can ""take advantage cf this 'excur sion. , "YouH be sorry It you miss It" Mr. F. I. Braffett at 2nd Nitlonal Bank, Richmond has diagram of Pullman Sleepers. Call there and reserve ! your bert. For particu lars call C. A. -flair. P. TJ T. A. lfrrre Tel. 41. Richmond. 71 Duiinil the past eight months yd hT olcUta at all th weddlof a of the most promlnenif' I Brides of RlGflmond You know them. A twra about oar work. If you want t! ox your wtaami mri tiff and complete. Call up Tcl.Xfe. 1800 Tet-rauq Concert Quartet ..WALL P fine Line Gradultlra Presents. 1 , TKADINQ SAX? MoormaniTsUook Store B20 Main St. THE RICHMOI to NO. 29 North 3th St. 'For Homo Co .good service. food andtf cater to thea 3 lunch our specialty. ifypl T f Sewing Machines..; REPAIRS nd i: SUPPLIERS. :: R. W1.JLACEY I 718 wVlP ST. J! Horn Phon 1242 'tf tttH T - S. A. LOTa"9s.6th s CABINET mAXER fine Cabinet Work and Repairing1 391 v4 1 5 t i I A h " i - (- " 4 MRS. HUNTINGTON WILSON. Mrs. Wilson, who has created a stir as one of the new Washington beauties, was a Miss Lucy James of Baltimore. The couple met while Mr. Wilson was first secretary of the American legation at Tokyo and Miss James was travel ing with her father In the orient. The marriage was delayed by the war, but only for a time. At the beginning of the present year Mr. Wilson was ap pointed third assistant secretary of state. Social and Personal Mention PARTY OF RICHMOND YOUNG PEOPLE HAD PLEASANT PICNIC AT GLEN MILLER ENJOYABLE PICNIC GIVEN FOR THE MISSES MOORE AND WARREN. A party composed of the following young people picnicked at Glen Miller Saturday: Misses Gertrude LeFevre, Ann Dilks, Nina Harris, Alice Hill, Hazel Freeman, Deborah Sedgwick, Margaret Sedgwick, Edith Moore, Pearl Hasecoster, Florence McGulre, Edna Chandlee and Nellie Chandlee. Among the many parties given for guests from out of the city, one of the most enjoyable was the picnic at Jackson Park Saturday evening in honor of Miss Gertrude Moore of Phil adelphia and Miss Bessie Warren of Cincinnati. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Mount of Connersvllle, Miss Gladys Payne and Mr. Warren Munk or Indianapolis for med one of the many automobile par ties that went to Cedar Springs last evening. A party composed of Mr. and Mrs. PJ. Freeman, Miss Hazel Freeman and Miss Charlotte Myrlck of Indian apolis, visited Cedar Springs and took six o'clock dinner on Sunday. 3fr fr Mrs. Geo. Cates entertained with a dinner at the County Ciub yesterday at noon. Covers were laid for eight guests. Misses Susan, Bertha and Stella Kelsey will entertain with a house party this coming week at their home on North 13th St. -tt Fred Johnson of Indianapolis is here to spend his vacation with his parents 3. B. Johnson and wife of East Main street. Mrs. Mary Baxter entertained Mr. and Mrs. Percy Coffin of Chicago, Mr. and Mrs. James Hiatt of Pittsburg, Mr. and Mrs. William Hiatt and Mrs. Sarah Fletcher and children at dinner last evening at her home on South 18th street. MACHNOW, THE GIANT. Bis Rnaaian Who Recently Called I'pon President Roomt1I. Feodor Machnow. the Russian giant, who recently called upon President Roosevelt, Is nine feet three Inches tall and weighs 365 pounds. He is twenty six years of age. Is married and has two children, a girl of three years and rEODOR MACHJIOW. n boy of eighteen months. 1119 wife, who Is a woman of ordinary stature, looks like a doll beside him. , To comfortably chat with Machnow It Is necessary to talk Russian and climb to the roof of a car. up In the branches of a tree or a ladder. When be shakes hands he extends a hand that would encompass a man's bead as easily almost as an ordinary mortal srasDS a tennis balL 1 TTfe PERSONAL MENTION. Miss Elizabeth Gary of North Nine teenth street, is visiting at Green field, Ind. Miss Liza Cohen of Detroit is the guest of local friends. Miss Marguerite Bush is the guest of her sister Mrs. Harry Hill of South 19 street. Miss Marjorie Pennell who has been the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Ray Wiley of Piqua returned home yester day morning. Mrs. Harry Warren and daughter, Miss Bessie Warren of Cincinnati have been the guests of Mrs. Frank Wehrley. '.. Mrs. WT111 Jenkins of Bloomington is here to spend several weeks with Mr. and Mrs. S. N. Jenkins of South 18th street. Mr. and Mrs. Vincent returned from Liberty yesterday. . . Miss Juliet Robbins Is the guest of her uncle John Robbins. Harry Haines of Fountain City was here on business' yesterday. Mr. Albert StambacR who has been seriously 111 for severar weeks is slow ly recovering. Mrs. W. A. Fiske who has been vis iting in Martinsville- has returned home. Gath Freeman and Ben Hill have been visiting in Indianapolis. Mrs. Elsie Shafer Pence who has been the guest of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Warien Shafer of South 16th St. returned to her home in Pittsburg yesterday. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Pierson spent Sunday at Cedar Springs. Mrs. Owen Hartzles has gone to Northern Michigan to spend the sum mer. Miss Julia Bennett of Connersville was the guest of tocal friends Sunday. GOWN GOSSIP. Embroidered rests are very much worn with boleros. Some of the new s" eg have bows on the side instead of the front. Plain shirt waists of heavy materials have a patch pocket on the left side. All over lace in designs that can be separated are an Inexpensive way to get medallions in quantity. Fancy waistcoats are a great feature In spring garments, and they give an opening for much hand work. Most materials are being embroider ed, often In open hole work, the pat terns outlined with narrow gold braid. ' Sailor shapes multiply. The latest sailor is of the very short brim variety and is tilted from the side or back. Flower crowned sailors, with narrow straw brims, are seen. New York Globe. Pedro the Cruel. Tedro of Castile was designated the Cruel on accouut of his barbarity to prisoners taken in battle, who were fortunate If they were put to death at once without torture. RiKht mm a Trivet. As right as a trivet" is a piece of household slang. The trivet was a rod placed across the fireplace for the pur pose of suspending from It a pot over the Are. It was necessary that the triv et should be exactly horizontal or dis aster to the pot and its contents would result. The Three Cent Piece. The sliver three cent piece was au thorized by act of congress March 3, 1S51, and its coinage was begun the same year. Its coinage was discon tinued Feb. 12, 1873. COLD DISHES HOW QUITE JE STYLE Hot Weather Sets Stamp of Approval on the New Style of Serving. DIRECTIONS FOR SERVING IN PREPARING A COLD MEAL, TABLE DECORATIONS SHOULD BE KEPT IN MIND WHITE IS THE BEST COLOR. There is a fashion in vogue just now which appeals both to the house wife and the would-be-hostess that of serving only cold dishes for din ner when the weather is warm'. This gives a chance for the house and family to grow coc and comfortable before the meat is served, and enter taining becomes a pleasure instead of a burden; while the dinner if made up of courses really cold and delicious as they should be is far more appetiz ing than if it consisted of hot roasts and vegetables, with perhaps a pud ding to follow. A company dinner my have a table set with a huge bowl of well opened white garden roses standing on either a flat mir ror or a Sheffield tray. The candles and shades may be white and the lit tle cakes and bonbons on the table. White decorations are always best with a cold dinner as they add to the effect of coolness. With the excep tion of iced bouillon, soup is now seldom seen at cold dinners, but the fish course follows the fruit. Small cantaloups, soft shell crabs with sauce tartare. Brown bread and butter, asparagus with French dressing. Slices of fresh tongue with mace doine of vegetables, Pineapple salad with wafers and cheese, Strawberry jelly cups filled with ice cream, cakes coffee. Have the halves of melon on .small plates placed on the usual service plates when the guests come to the table; chill the fruit thoroughly but do not put ice inside the halves. To make it soggy, arrange a spray of Maiden hair fern on each plate. Cold crabs are most appetizing, but if they cannot be procured, have instead slices of cold boiled fish of any sort salmon is best of all; use the sause tartare as arranged. The tongue is to be boiled the day before it is need ed, sliced and surrounded with a bor der of cooked vegetables, all well sea soned and chilled; small string beans, mixed with peas, lima beans, bits of sliced okra, or asparagus tips, are a good selection. For the salad, get a very large pine apple and also a veryr small one. Pare the first, remove the eyes and pick it up in good sized bits. Arrange them on a round platter, on white let tuce hearts and in tTie center put the half of the small pineapple, without parelng it, its inside removed and the space filled with stiff mayonnaise. The desert is made by filling cups with the strawberry jelly, which comes in packages and letting these stand all night. When needed they are to be turned out, the centers scooped out with a narrow teaspoon and the space filled with a rich white, home made ice cream; this is really a beautiful dish. If desired a .wine jelly made at home may be sub stituted for the strawberry. To transform this with a plain home dinner have only the melons, the tongue, with two vegetables, the salad and the ice cream without the jelly. Meats which are excellent for cold dinners are lamb, veal, jellied chick en, creamed chicken, made stiff with gelatine and sliced smoked tongue served with dressed lettuce, turkey and duck; the latter is especially nice with cold peas, mixed with stiff may onnoise. "the brave Black" watCh. Bnildlnsr and Tablet In Honor of It Deed at Tlconderoa-a. A notable incident of the attack of the British on Fort TIconderoga Iu 1758, during the French and Indian war, was the attempt of the famous "Black Watch" regiment to carry the breastworks, partly by mounting each other's shoulders and partly by placing their feet In holes which they dug PtTBUC XiTBBABT AND "BIiACK WATCH" MEMORIAL. with their swords and bayonets. Not withstanding the desperate efforts of the British to storm the fort they were at that time unsuccessful In taking it, and after a struggle of four hours Gen eral Abercrombie ordered a retreat. The order had to be thrice repeated before the "Black Watch" would with draw. In this one engagement the regiment lost 8 officers, 9 sergeants and 207 men killed and 17 of ficers, 10 sergeants and 306 men wounded. The bravery of the. regi ment has been commemorated by a library and historical building, the gift of Andrew Carnegie, which . Is to be opened on the Fourth of July, and at the same time a tablet In honor of the soldiers of the "Black Watch? who fell before the French lines at Tlcon deroga and which has been placed upon the walls of the memorial build ing will be unveiled. It is the gift of the present officers of the "Black Watch" regiment, which is now sta- Humor end Philosophy By DUNCAN M. SMITH PERT PARAGRAPHS. An aristocrat would never do.for an express messenger, for he couldn't be come a common carrier. Graft, like beauty, is only skin deep. The wine of youth is too apt to de generate iuto the vinegar of age. A smooth man is one who doesn't get ruffled when you rub him the wrong way. A woman who Is only happy when she is miserable is a finp tiling to have about the house when jo -lf not there. A ring has no end, and If It Is bought on the installment plan the paying for It has no end either. When a man has to carve a turkey before company it Is seldom that he Is enough of a philosopher to be thankful that he ha3 a turkey to carve. A woman's "no" means yes only when she says it to the right man. When a man Is in love and working at it he doesn't take kindly to the eight hour day idea. Nice People The people that we meet in books Are clover, kind and sweet; The men are brave and stout of heart. The ladles fit to eat, Unless they are the other kind. The villains dark and deep. Who hatch up plots and work them out While other people sleep. They have no cares about the rent Or anything: Jlke that; The ladies never have to beg Their husbands for a hat: They hire a cab or take the train And go most anywhere And never stop to think about A vulgar thing like fare. They live in some fine mansion or A cottage by the sea; Their visitors can stay a. week. And everything Is free; They have a gardener and a maid, A coachman and a man, And all of their arrangements run On some self working plan. No bill collector comes around To mar life's placid flow; No landlord says the rent Is due And they must pay- or go; For panics, boycotts, lockouts, strikes, They do not care a rap In fact, In every way their lives Are what you'd call a snap. Painfully Exact. "Where have I seen you before?" "On the -earth, I guess. That is the only place I have been." Our Eastern Fleet We are sending a fleet of torpedo boats to the Philippines to ply In and out among the islands, to fire off salutes when congressional committees call and to be on hand If Uncle Sam in the guise of opportunity knocks at the door of China and is obliged to break In and tell the sleeping inhabitants that he has arrived. These torpedo boats, while not much bigger than a cup and saucer, are veri table terrors. They can blow up a big ship If it will stand still while they are doing it, and in the humdrum days of peace they are master hands at running into mud banks. It Is a pity, though, that the officers are so dignified that we cannot make the fullest use of them, for the boati could make a noble fight on the mos quitoes of the Island province if thej would Just dodge up the rivers, and, catching these monsters unawares throw dynamite shells into their midst A Diplomat. "I didn't see the point of that Joke."' "Neither did I." "But you laughed at it." "Sure. I am calling on his daugb ten" 2? 0 ftlOTHflri 0 ' 1 J OK FINANCIAL FACTS Accurately, Completely and Con veniently Presented. The New York Times Weekly Financial QuotationReview EVERY MONDAY Sales of Stocks, New York Stock Exchanqe complete details of sales of stocks, number of shares sold, first, high, low andlast price, high and low prices during ciyrrent year, and range for previous year. Amount of each with par value. 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Model's The biggest and best of all manufacturers , ofthe Sterling Carpet Sweepers which is by far best of all sweeps both ways, has the outward and inwarrstroke, regular $5.00 ma chine, Friday only $3.00. They have only gJn.us a limited quantity to be cold at this price, so get your order In Arly and secure a bargain of $2.00. See them in our West Window. ine nice uroom, one or the nlcestthat was ever used Tor sweep ing under the edges of the carpet anrthe corners, regular 50 cent broom for this day, 30 cents. f " Our Sugar, although the markXEs selling at the same price, 19 lbs for $1.00. . . Black Raspberries, Ripe Cf rents, Mf Cherries, as long as we Jn secure them still go at per bu. $1.25. IN OUR DRY GOODS DEMRTMENT. . Pomilla Suiting, bettdrthan Indian Head, just the thing for your White Skirts and Suits, at per yard 12 1-2 cents. Special for Friday 15 per cent discount. Also the same discount will be given on Shirt Waists or Shirtwaist Suits purchased In our Store Friday. f , , Pictorial Review Patterns on Sale. Store open Friday night until 9 o'clock. ' ' HOOD'S MODEL DEPARTMENT STORE Trading Stamps with All Purchases. Free Delivery. New Phone 1079; Old Phone 13 R. Store Open Tuesday, Friday and Saturday Evenings. 41 1-413 Main Street. AILS SOLD ONLY BY US JG ECll 1 w issue of capital stock outstandi& Stocks, year and dividend and capitaliz York Stock Exchange dividend rates of the greatest New must be held in order to secure the Exchanges of Philadelphia, Baltimore, on the marwt, being ball bearing and are advancing 30 polnta. we are atill S is era , of marm warrst; urly ar r s ar fanulated, 20 lbs 1 lbs XC Sugar gooseberries at per. quart 10 cents. THIS: 0 & 0 E CO. .