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RICHMOND DALLY PALLADIUM MONDAY" KOVflMBSR 25. 1931.
OUR CONSTANT -M,3;BTI5UI ... IN THE MARKET WW. How the World Moves ----- . , , - i iu - ' ' " , " Only & few years ago everybody bought coffee green and roasted it at home. Now how manv persons will you meet who have never seen coffee in the green state? Coffee roasting and coffee blending has got to be quite an art. We will not tell you our coffees are "the best. Everybody lays claim to that distinction, and everybody cannot be right. All we ask is a trial, and if your purchase proves satisfactory, we feel sure that your relations will be lasting ; if not, all the argu ment in the world would not prevail. GIVE US A TltlAL. john f. McCarthy u If AIM 1 s. totb. BEE HIVE GROCERY HOES two We get our . Q Thanksgiving Tuekeys dirdet from the best farriers. q If you leave your order with U3 you will be sure to get a good cue. i: 9 - Q OUlt CI? AN 15 E R TCI ES ar the finest, so are all M all our other tiimmiDgs for jour Thanksgiving dinner. W. E HASTINGS IF YOlT OKT IT AT THK HKK 1IIVK. I r (OUl. MATHER BROS. CO. Can furnish you COAL? PROMPTLY. They have coal to burn. PHONE 49. 2X(SS0 HYDRO" CARBON 1 CAO HEATER This heater is adapted to either natural gas or man ufactured gas, and is really the only economical heater yet offered THAMSr The Resolutions of the Y. M. C. A. Convention Adopted at the Last4 Meeting. The Y. M. C. A. convention is now over, and the delegates, of whom there were at least 200 here yester day, are pearly all returned to their homes. The impression they left in this city is a remarkable one. They madefrieods for themselves and the cause they represent in every case in which they canoe in contact with our people. The manner in which they were impressed with Richmond and Richmond people is expressed in the following resolutions which were adopted unanimously by the conven tion: : Resolved, That we extend oar sin cere thanks, first to the Earlham college Young Men's Christian Asso ciation, the committees and citizens of Richmond for their earnest and successful efforts in preparing for the convention. 2nd. To those who have so courte ously entertained us at their homes. 3rd. To the Ministeral Association for their en couragement and valuable services in connection with the sessions of the convention. 4th. To the churches for the use of their buildings. 5th. To the ladies who so bounti fully provided lunches for the section conferences. tlth. To the city press for their full and elaborate report and notices. 7th, To the eminent speakers, singers and workers, v ho htve as sisted in making the nieeuis ex ceedingly helpful and inspiring, ai.d to all others who have in any way contributed to the success of the con vention. 8th. We trust and pray that the time is near at hand when there shall be organized a first class association for the young men of this beautiful and prosperous city. Wesley S. Scrley, Chairman. The three afternoon meetings held yesterday under the auspices of the association were all largely attended. The meeting for men at the Gennett filled the house completely, and the meetings for boys and for women were also given to packed houses. In the evening the union meetings were very large and interesting ones. The farewell meeting at the Main Street Friends' church filled that im mense auditorium completely, both sides. After short devotional ser vices addresses were made by Sharon E. Jones and the Rev. DniKapp on behalf of the city and citizens with a response by State Secretary Stacy. Other delegates gave expressions of their appreciation. ?v The credential committee reported that the attendance during the con vention was 256 delegates. The finance committee reported that in the convention; on the part of the delegates, and collected in the churches, there bad been $1,125 given for the state work. It was announced that a committee of citizens would be appointed to co operate with a committee, from .the state association to secure funds for the building of a Y. M. C. A. build ing m this city. This committee wiU be published tomorrow. The meeting closed in a novel and impressive manner. The delegates and Kicnmond committee formed circle clear around the room, against the walls, un 1 joined hands, thus en closing the audience. The evangelist Mr. Ostrom.then made a most touch mg address, tne ttev. jjr. Kapp pro nounced the benediction all standing, and the state president, Mr. Townley, declared tne convention closed. THANKSGIVING TURKEYS. On layout will te the best In the city 12 i-a cts. a f!nrfnllv flondnptftd tests have demonstrated that with sas pound at $1.00 per thousand, its operating expense does not exceed one I!l??n "V Ur order and Vcul uvui. " v. RMnt. HAIII PV RBO& bronze Phone 293. Peter Johnson Stove Store. j Dr. Taylor gives special attention to treatment by electricity. Rheu- matism and other forms of nervous " diseases are not alone benefited but ' promptly cured. 22-3t The Ministerial Association Call on the Police Board - To Enforce the Laws. There was a large attendance at the Ministerial meetingthis morricg. The committee on ?ood citizenship reported that the temperance meet ings had been very successful and that all bills connected therewith hud been paid. The committee was instructed to make a demand on the Metropolitan police board that the laws with re gard to closing of saloons at 11 o'clock of nights and Sundays be en forced. In the matter of the Y. M. C. A. convention a report was made of the proposed plan of or ganization. A. committee was appointed in accordance with action of the convention as give elsewhere in this paper and their names will be given out for publica tion tomorrow. The committee on subjects direct ed that the paper at next meeting shall be by the Rev. Chamness, ou the Normal Class in Sunday Schools. Car and Horse Collide. About 2:30 this afternoon a west bound street car struck the horse at tached to I.R. Howard & Co. 's truck, opposite eleventh street. The horse was pushed along about twenty feet and the car was derailed. The horse was pretty badly bruised, but was able t: walk. No particular injury was done to the car. Inspection of Richmond Command ery Knights Templar by N.- L. Ag new, inspector general, this evening at Masonic Temple. All Knights a"-e requested to be present. Thr Carbolic sicia Kuut New Albany, Ind..' Nov. 25. John Gibson, who had been dissipating con siderably, committed suicide by swal lowing carbolic acid. He purchased the fluid at a local drug store and went to his home, where while seated in a chair he drained the contents of the phial and was dead before physicians could arrive at the house. He was 50 years old and left a widow and six children. Heir of the Vandrrbiits. New York, Nov. 25. A son was born to Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Gwynne Vandetbilt last night. Jumped on a Ten Penny Nail. The little daughter of Mr. - J. N. Powell jumped on an inverted rake made of ten penny nails, and thrust one nail entirely through her foot and a second one half way through. Chamberlain s Fain . Balm was promptly applied and five minutes later the pain had disappeared and no more suffering was experienced. In three days the child was wearing her shoe as usual and with absolutely no discomfort. Mr. Powell is a well known merchant of Forkland, Va. Pain Balm is an antiseptic and heals such injuries without maturation and in one-third the time required by the usual treatment. For sale by A. G. Luken & Co. and W. H Sud hoff. It has endured the storms of imita tion and competition, yet stands like the pyramids unshaken in the love and confidence of the people. Rocky Mountain Tea made by Madison Med icine Co. 35o. Ask your druggist. The Union Ice Co. has Semi-Can-nel coal. 19-10t Swiss and Bulk Cheese, Hadley Bros. People's Exchange. . ': 1 Good Judgment tells you buy nice clothes, good clothes, becoming clothes. Clothes that will look well on you, clothes that will wear w clothes that will be an outward index of your good taste, of your good judgment.- Appearances Go a great way clothe make the man first impres sions are the best, most lasting. Clothes do it the right kind our clothrs will. . Long Overcoats, swell Scotch plaids and cheviots and gray effects $10 to $25. Stylish Military Suits, newest Scotch tweeds and neat silk mixed worsteds $10.00 to $18.00.- A BARGAIN In ain St. business Property In Choice Location Come Quick and Learn Particulars. W. H. Bradbury & Sod WePtcott Block. 8 All advertisements under the abovt head, such as "wanted," "for sale." lost," &c, will be gien one insertion free, to Palladium subscribers. Storage Ground floor, sixteenth and Main. Vero Smith. tf Waxteh Mever flute cornet, 11 keys. Address E. H., 41 south sixth That tte majority of poopl who patronize thl institution art not rich. It Is tho thrifty folk who want to acquire independence through small savings well In vested that do business here. We pay 3 per eent interest en saving accounts and receive deposits as small as SI. E O.CROOVGNOft.M.D. SPECIAL EQCIPMENT FOIt THK THEATMENTOr Diseases of th Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat. Scientific Fitting ef Classes. 24 North Eleventh St. New Books... Large shipment of WALL . . PAPER spring styles just received Fountain Pens The best made. Every pen guaranteed to "write all light." Artistic Picture Fram ing a specialty. Ellwood Morris & Cd. " - ' - - - " - - .5' 720 Main St NAPKINS 6-8 Sliver Bleached Napkins, special - satin finish, all liaen Napkins, chelae patterns SS.SS Wfl TOWEL SLE 1732 Umm Hack Towels. Special io 2240 Linen Muck Towels, eatra heavy. worth SSe, for ...is A Feast of Bargains for Thanksgiving Week. L. M.Jones & Co. have every reason to be grateful. During the past year this great store steadily progressed. For this leadership our thanks are due the thousands of customers who daily honor us with their patronage. 4 inch Cream Tsb!e Linen, choice patterns .""........J. 23c 1 inch Cream Table Linen, handsome patterns ...... .... 43o ' "Wr " ........ .... 4 inch fall bleached Table linen, good line patterns. . ........... 48c - LDC3EC ..SALE., - 72 inch satin bleached Table Linen, elegant patterns, all new 98 C Turkey red Table Pamask, iast colors, choice patterns at -. . ......23c Turkish Towels, extra heavf 24x45 inches, worth 25c, for ......15c Bleached Turkish Toweling at Russian Crash, 17 inch, plain white, special ... ..lJSo Unbleached all linen Crash, extra heavy, grand value 9p 8 J 3c 18 inch Damask ToweliDg, red border, cheap at 10c, special...... fie 1, -M,:. .CO., 717:. .TO 721 MJkEM