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RICHMOND DAILY PALLADIUM, MONDAY, JANUARY 25, 1904. THE RICHMOND PALLADIUM MEMBER ASSOCIATED PRESS PUBLISHED DAILY AND WEEKLY, EXCEPT SUNDAY. AT 922 MAIN STREET. CENTRAL, UNION HOME TELE PHONES; 21 21 ENTKKED AT RICHMOND POSTOFFIOK .AS 8r.COND-CLAS3 MATTER Daily delivered by carrier to any part of the city for six cents a week. SUBSCRIPTION KATES: DAILT Outside cly, six months, In advance ....$1 5 Outside city, on month, in advance - 25 Outside city, one year, In advance 3 00 , WEEKLY By mail one year, $1.00 In advance. ttj rrTT CATT at anv time to get your paper from your carrier, you will con 1" IvU "xVlL fer a favor by at once notifying the office by telephof James R. Hart. Editor. 5. M Rutherford. Business Manager. Ijohn s. FUzglDbons. City Editor. cu n i o n IfiirBm SCATTER SUNSHINE. All who heard Jacob Riis at the Coliseum last week were impressed with his earnestness. We naturally love a man or woman whose life is de voted to the ameliiration and happiness of the human race. The mission of this distinguished gentleman is to "scatter sunshine" in all the ways he can and among all the people he can. He is a professional at this busi ness, x ' This mission, however, should not be left to the professional alone. There is opportunity and a crying necessity for every one to do some thing toward making his fellow man happier and better. Dr. Coyle once said, when his wife protested against his watching so much with the sick: "It is my only chance to do a Christian act that is not professional." It was a characteristic of this great soul to impress his individuality on the community in which he lived and worked. He wrought good, not only by his message from the pulpit, but by his presence and his life among' the people. He was continually scattering sunshine. The flower missions in our large cities are doing much to brighten the lives of the poor, the sick and the unfortunate. Their mission is to ward the living and not the dead. The husband who places flowers on his wife's grave might have prolonged her life by performing the same loving officers for her while she was living. The Salvation Army is another agency that comes very near to the poor. Dr. Hughes paid a worthy tribute to this grand body of men and women, in his sermon yesterday. He said the rich often scoffed at them, but they were often the only means bringing the gospel to the poor. They could reach the poor where the church did not or could not. The gospel, which promises things is all riht, and we believe in it, but there is a great demand today for a gospel that does things. A gos pel that brings into the world more peace, more l-elinement, more - happi ness. These blessings are needed now and can be had by reducing good thoughts to good deeds. More sunshine in the factories and mills will do away with the walk ing delegate. It will shorten the hours of labor and increase the purchas ing power of the laborers' wages and bring happiness into their homes. Opportunities come to all who can afford it, but there are some noble rich men and rich women who seek the privilege to do good to scatter sunshine. The who occasionally found universities and build libraries will have their reward, but they can nsver get the keen enfovrnent out of it that the man or woman can who goes about continually doing good. Life is made up of little things, and we realize it only when we utilize its resources. Is there a family in this beautiful city of wealth and homes, cold or liimirrv1? If so. there is an opportunity to scatter sunshine, and verily, it wil hare its rawai'tl. Cunningham.Second rush. . , Mansfield .... Center . Doherty .... Half back . . Jessup Goal ...... First Period. Rushes, , Mereer Caged by Miller Bone Caged by Cunningham Bone Caged by Bone Wodtke ..Miller Ga rdner Mallory Time. O .1 Q 4:47 1:43 Bone Caged by Bone 1:55 Bone Caged by Cunningham... :55 Bone Caged by Cunningham .. :37 Second Period. Bone. Third Period. Bone Caged by Bone 8:06 Bone. Score Richmond, 4; Anderson, 0. Stops Jessup, 30; Mallory, 51. Fouls Doherty, 3; Jessup, 1; Mansfield, 2; Gardner, 1; Wodtke. Goals lost on foul Richmond, 2; Anderson, 1. Attendance 1,000. Referee Lush. Games Elsewhere. Indianapolis took a game from Muncie Saturday night by a score of 7 to 3. Elwood played at Marion and lost by a score of 7 to 5. Central League Standing. Clubs. Played. W. L. Pet. Fort Wayne . .47 33 14 .702 Kokomo 3S 21 17 .552 Lafayette 35 18 17 , .508 Terre Haute . .42 21 21 .500 Danville ......43 19 24 .442 Logansport ...43 12 31 .279 ROBERT BURNS. " This is the one hundred and forty-fifth anniversary of the birth of Robert Burns, the poet of Scotland. "There is nothing great in the world but man and nothing great in man but his soul." Robert Burns was a gifted soul. He could sing as naturally as a bird that flits from tree to tree. He was one of nature's noblemen. He never received any culture inliterary art but was richly endowed with poetic genius. He had eyes to see and ears to hear, and was dis tinctively a songmaker. What has endeared him to the human race? He was not a scholar; he had no degree from a college; he had neither wealth nor influence, but he had a sympathy as broad as the universe. It extended from the lit tle mouse in the furrow to "Mary in Heaven." People have crossed the ocean to visit Ayr. Such tributes are never paid to the ordinary man. It is only the genius of Burns that brings the pilgrim to see where he was born. Scotland has had her warriors and martyrs, her scholars and kings, but none of them will ever be so uni-versally loved as her plow-man poet, Robert Burns. The Lincoln League of Indiana will hold its annual convention and banquet at Evansville on February 33th, next. It is expected that this will be one of the largest meetings in the history of the league. The rail roads have made a half-fare plus 25 cents, and speeches will be made by some of the most prominent speakers in the state. All persons expecting to go should notify their district chairmen so that he can notify'the sec retary in order that all persons attending may be accommodated at the banquet. Congratulations. Mr. John IT. Oullom, Editor of the Garland, Texas, News, has written a letter of congratulations to the man ufacturers of Chamberlain's Cou"-h Remedy as follows: "Sixteen years ago when our first child was a baby he was subject to croupy spells and we would be very uneasy about him. We began using Chamberalin's Cough Remedy in 1S87, and finding it such a reliable remedy for colds and croup, we have never been without it in the house since that time. We have five children and have given it to all of them with good results. One good feature of this remedy is that it is not disagreeable to take and our babies really like it. Another is that it is not dangerous, and there is no risk from giving an overdose. I congratulate you upon the success of your remedy." For sale by A. G, Luken & Co., and W. H. Sudhoff, fifth and. Main. FoSoj Western League Standing. One way Colonist Rates to the West and Northwest via The C, C. L. Washington, Oregon, Montana, fcc. For further information call on 2. A. Blair, C. T. A. LTonie 'Phone 44. 5 One counter of .corsets, regular selling price from x to to go at lialf price during tliis last week of tlie clear ance sale. The Geo. II. Inollenberg Co. Clubs. Played. W. L. Pet. Marion 44 25 19 .5G8 Richmond 40 24 22 .522 Anderson 44 22 22 .500 Elwood 4G 22 24 .478 Indianapolis ..45 21 24 .407 Muncie 45 21 24 .407 Before a magnificent audience Rich mond played the old-time game Satur day night and led Anderson a merry pace, so merry in fact that Wodtke 's men were shut out. The score was 6 to 1, but Referee Lush, in his en deavor to throw the game to Ander son, when he saw they couldn't win it, called six fouls on Richmond and was shamed into calling four on An derson. When a referee gets as rank as Lush did Saturday night there ought to be some rule to put him out of the game. Every man on the Richmond team did splendid work, and none were better pleased than our people, and they cheered the good plays loud and long. Line-up and summary : Richmond. Position. Anderson. Mercer, Bone--. First rush.... Tarrant Fort Wayne showed Logansport how to play polo Saturday night, win ning by a sore of 10 to 5. Kokomo and Danville played a game Saturday night, the result of which was in doubt for a time. Score Ko komo, 7; Danville, 5. Western League Games This Week. Monday Indianapolis at Muncie. Marion at Anderson. Tuesday. Richmond at Indianapolis. Anderson at Elwood. Wednesday. . Marion at Richmond. Thursday. Richmond at Muncie. Elwood at Marion. Friday. Indianapolis at Elwood. Muncie at Anderson. Saturday. Elwood at Indianapolis. Anderson at Richmond. Muncie at Marion. Quite a number of out of town people attended polo Saturday night. W W A delegation from Eaton, Ohio, wit nessed the game. Merer mt Avith an accident at the game Saturday night. While skat ing from the north to the south side of the rink back or the west cage, Wodtke made a drive and Mercer got the benefit of the ball. Dr. Wampler attended him and he was pretty bad ly hurt. Notes. A number of people thought Ref eree Lush was going to give Ander son the game by taking all of Rich-j mond's goals away from them on fouls. I If that Hamilton delegation had been present Saturday night, they would have seen what you call an en- IS TPflftlfLtTT? U THAN ITS WEZLKE5Ts NK Mi Mil 115 STRONGER' THAN HIS STOMACH k Dn PIERCES GOLDEW I DISCOVERY MAKES WEAK' STOF1ACHS 5TR0WG FIFTY CENTS A , MONTH A small bottle of Scott's Emulsion costing fifty cents will last a baby a month a few drops in its bottle each time it is fed. That's a small outlay for so large a return of health and comfort Babies that are given Scott's Emulsion quickly re spond to its helpful action. It seems to contain just the elements of nourishment a baby needs most. Ordinary food frequently lacks this nourishment;Scotts Emulsion always supplies it. Imitations always cost less than the original, hence the substitutes for Scott's Emul sion can be sold for a few cents less. But you're not saving anything when you buy them. Cod liver oil has a market value and you get the pure oil in Scott's Emul sion. That's the difference. We'll send you a sample free upon request. jCOTT & BOWXE, 409 Pearl Street. New York, thusiastic audieneo. Every man on the Richmond team played a star game. Amateurs Putup a Very Fast Game. The Models and City Restaurants locked horns in the amateur game be fore the big game at the Coliseum Saturday night. Notwithstanding the fact that the Models made more than twice as many goals as the City Resturant team, it was an exciting game, both teams playing desperately until the final bell rang. The Models had their regular line-up and were much stronger than on Wednesday. The score Models, 7; City Restaur ants, 3. State of Ohio, City of Toledo, Lucas County, ss. Frank J. Cheney makes oath that he is senior partner of the .firm of F. J. Cheney & Co., doing business in the city of Toledo, county ami State aforesaid, and that said firm will pay the sum of ONE HUNDRED DOL LARS for each and every case of Catarrh that cannot be cured by the use of Hall's Catarrh Cure. FRANK J. CHENEY. Sworn to before me and subscribed in my presence, this 0th dar of De cember, A. D. 18S6. (Seal) A. N. GLEASON, Notary Public. Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken in ternally, and acts directly on the blood and mucous surfaces of the system. Send for testimonials, free. F. J. CHENEY CO., Toledo, O. Sold by all Druggists, 75c. j Hall's Family Pills, are the the best. Gents' Hose, regular 35c and j?oc grades to go at 25c pair dTJnj tliis last weelr o tl2c clear ance susr Th,G Geo. M, Knolleuberjj Co, f "Under Southern Skies" was writ ten by Lottie Blair Parker, author of "'Way Down East," "Lights of Home," and other x successful plays. Her little play, "White Roses," was presented at the Lyceum theater, New York, for an entire season, and it en joyed a long run vt the Duke of Yoi-k's theater, London, England. Mrs. Parker's plays have attracted more people to the theater than have the writings of any other American playwright. At the Geimett theater February 29. Found a Cure for Indigestion. I. use Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver Tablets for indigestion and find that they suit my case better than any dyspepsia remedy I have ever tried and I have used many dif ferent remedies. I am nearly fifty one years of age and have suffered a great deal from indigestion. I can eat almost anything I want to now. Geo. W. Emory, Rock Mills, Ala. For sale by A. G. Luken & Co., and W. II. Sudhoff, fifth and Main. The Bisjfjest, Best and Brightest Sale oi Muslin Underwear ever held in Richmond! All the new things of the best factories that employ intelligent and eyeful operators 31ft. l?tVa1!T K&TfDt Pe'Jycut and m.dePto fit. sVrior5SS?S3 all us details, and tie prices so low as to excite wonder and surprise. Call early such values will not last long. 1,00k for the label that stands for well paid labor and made ia healthful surroundings. Sold exclusive. y by us P Lot No. 1 9C Indies' perfect fitting corset covers. Ladies' drapers, infants' waists, infants' skirts, ladies' gowns. Can you afford to waste time making those garments? . LotNo. 2 17c Ladies' corset cove; s, tiimmed. ladies umereUa drawers, ladies' gowns, neatly trimmed, infants pants, waists. The garments speak for themselves. See them. Lot No. 3 23c Ladies' gowns, full ami prettily trimmed, ladies' drawers, tucked, ladies' corset covers, insertion trimmed. Lot No. 4 48c Lidies' full sized skirts, ladies' gowns, yoke of insertion and very full, ladies extra large tucked and well trimmed drawerf, corset covers, beautifully trimmed. Lot No. 5 79c Ladies' drawers, elaborately trimmed, corset covers, beautifully trimmed with Valenciennes lace and bow knot, ladies embroidery rcrllsd full size tkirts. ladies' gowns, well made and handsomely trimmed. If jou have any doubt about great value for litUe money, come and see our goods. , . Lot No. G 98c Ladies' skirts, deep ruffle, solid tuck ine and richly trimmed, ladies made in fine cambrics, yoke of solid lace, ruffles of same over arms, very hand some, drawers of the best material, pret tily trimmed in tucking, embroidery and lace, Jadies' corset covers, elaborately irimmeu wun dow Knots ana Valenci ennes lace. Litest styles and shapes. If you fail to supply Yourself now vou won't tret another chance. Take a. few wLi e they lst. Dry Goods. Groc ries Ladies' Furnishings. Trading stamps with every purchase. i il '..! 1 1 ( t i r ' s m si j. s .. a - m i K ' I If it i 1 J iM i Si fisl.J Siii'is ; i sari 1 i f sni. i til 11 v vi n 1 Main St. III ii Hi 1 S V 411-415 A CONTINUATION OF JANUARY VALUES WITHOUT PROFIT SALE OF - - i Si? 0 P(M ft OS'S AT Sr8 i AT g i 81 J M - i J 1 O MET One lot Tailor-made Suits we are go in jr to oiler tnis last week ol our clearance sale at the very low price oi $448 per suit. They are bar gains see tueiu. The Geo. II. Knolleubcrg Co. 0 AT A good, heavy, warm Comfort of good size . Your pick of any Comfort that for merly sold at $J.25 Q We offer our regular $1.75 Com forts very fine 7g Comforts made from the finest of 3 pure white cotton and ircod silk- oline, knotted and quilted. They're regular $2,50 goods 15) and $2.50 Elegant home-made Comforts, Iiht and fluffy, hence warmth without much weight. At these prices are cheaper by far than you could possibly make them yourself A good, warm Cotton Blanket in tan, grey and white AT AT fff PAIR Extra heavy $ I Blankets in white, tan and grey, reduced to 69c FANCY BLANKETS An immense line now priced at 98c, $1.25 and $1.39 pair Extra Wide and Heavy Blankets in white, tan and grey, with fancy borders, $J. 75 and $2 00 grades for $1.39 pair ALL WOOL CiO Choice of the $5 BLANKETS ATmW wool Blankets the famous "Ohio Fleece" all wool Blankets, your choice for $3.69 ik r:-: 0 0 0 0000000000000 00 it. ,f.y; DR. J. A. 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