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THE RICHMOND PALLADIUM AND SUX-TELEGRA3I, MONDAY, 31 ARCH 1G. lOOS.
PAGE FIVE. Now isn't there? There's a satisfaction in knowing that your baking efforts are being supported by the best efforts of the greatest millers in the world. There couldn't be better flour made than Gold Medal, 10,000,000 bread eaters know it. It's easy for you to know it, too !2! 5 Gold Medal Flour For Sale by Grocers 'iV-Vf II II i. .i 'O MNBURH CI0IITC0 CoioMeoaiFioui WATSON SEEMS TO E WALKAWAY Capt. Gowdy Says Sixth Dis trict Man Leads Field by Three Hundred. SHOWING SATISFACTORY. WINNING MAJORITY OF DELEGA TIONS IN COUNTY AFTER COUN TY NOTWITHSTANDING THE DE TERMINED OPPOSITION. Indianapolis, March Tl.-Capt. John K. (Jowdy of Kushville, who lias charge of Congressman James K. Wat ison's interests in tho race for llio re publican nomination lor governor, elated yesterday that the returns re vived by him give Mr. Watson r7 of the l.Oiid delegates elected to the state convention. He declared his information comes from reliable sources and that the progress Mr. Watson is making war rants the prediction that he will re ceive the nomination very early in the convention. "We arc not attempting to be spe cific as to what Mr. Watson's oppo nents may claim," said Capt. Cfowdy. ' but we do know to a certainty that lie has 30O votee more than his near est competitor and that he is winning a majority of the delegates in county after county in spite of combinations that are being made against him. "The feature of Mr. Wataon's show ing that is especially satisfactory is the fact that a majority of the repub licans in most of the counties in neu tral territory havo elected delegates fa vorable to him. Results of Last Week. Capt. Gowdy said that during the last week out of the 198 delegates elected in neutral territory, where there are no candidates for governor. VJ6 are favor able to Mr. Watson. Of the 24 1 dele gates elected last week forty came from Charles W. Miller's home district and three from Hugh T. Miller's district. ARTIFICIAL. WARMTH. fta I'se an SOCIAL NEWS! S : S?! To Reach the Society Editor, Call Home Phone 1121, or Bell Phone 21. S Miss Elvira Yorbees of South Twelfth street, was in attendances at the dance jriven at Milton, Saturday, March fourteenth. The affair was in honor of St. Patrick and the hall was beautifully decorated in green and white. j Gentlewomen in considerable num bers are leaving England and Scot land to take places as domestic work ers in Canada. The need for them and the opportunities open are fairly illus trated by the following extract from the letter of a Canadian lady: "Miss II. arrived on the tjth. She almost didn't reach here, however, for she had three offers of situations on the way and' rive offers of marriage. She is now considering two of the five offers. Do please watch out for an other girl for me.'' J J The indoor picnic given by Miss Opal Husson Saturday evening, at her home on National avenue. The hours were spent at music and dancing. At ten o'clock the picnic supper was served. The guests were: Miss Edith Conner of Minneapolis, Fannie Jones. Mildred Fossenkcmper, who were recently mar ried. Tho table was prettily appoint ed with t-pririg flowers. Places were arranged for ten. t Miss Helen Neal entertained this afternoon at her home on South Six teenth street. The hours were from four until seven. .a 2Z The Ticknor club is meeting this af ternoon with Mrs. Frank Kibbey of South Eleventh street. Mrs. Joseph Zcller of North Thir teenth street, is the hosters this after noon for the agazine club. j j Mrs. Herbert Marlatt and daughter Elizabeth, left for Des Moines, Iowa, where they will make their future ! home. Mrs. Way and young you of Albany, Indiana, are the guests of her father, Mr. M. W. Mariue. J The Happy Hour circle which meets once a month, will have two extra meetings before the season ends. The (iaar. Afton Clapp, Agnes Twigg. Rose meetings will probably bo held every Gennett and Ruby Ha nor. Messrs. Tom Campbell, Russel! Gaar, Norman Craighead, John Clements, Paul Fish er, Ernmett Bartel and Julian Cafes. . J Mrs. W. F. Hialt will be hostess for the Aftermath society tomorrow afternoon at her home, 1116 North D street. Mrs. Phariba W. Stevens will give a paper on Brussels. Jacob Von Kuysdall Hobbema is the subject which has been assigned io Sarah Guild. Miss Annie Kaminski is also on the pro gram and she will iead a paper on so cial settlement, work. J The liatiner social met. with Mrs. Eastman in the Kggcnioyor flats. Tho hours were spent at needlework. Sev eral musical numbers were given dur ing tho afternoon. Light refreshments were served. The club will meet in two week.4 with Mrs. Isenhowcr, of North A street. J , The Oriole club is being entertained this afternoon by Mrs. Henry Click of North Fifteenth street. J J The Merry-Gi-Round club will meet Thursday of this week. SC 4 Nt The Good-Cheer club will meet Wed nesday. March eighteenth, with Mrs. Fred Ltullerdiek, north of the city. J Misses Maole and Mildred Kuhn will be the hostesses for a club meeting to morrow evening at their home, I',) South Thirteenth street. -. Mrs. Claude Addlernan entertained two weeks from now on. J J Mrs. Mary Wiggins of South Eighth street, entertained at dinner yesterday. Places were arranged for Rev. and Mrs. Tillman Hobsou, Rev. Small, Rev. Nelson and wife, Rev. Wade and chil dren and Lr. and Mrs. IT. B. G. Ewing. v& The Domestic Science society will meet Wednesday afternoon at the Morrison-Reeves library. Miss Laura Gaston entertained tho Nomad club Saturday evening at her home on South Seventh street. Sev eral musical numbers were given. The club i composed of about twenty-five members, principally school teachers. They hold interesting sessions fort nightly. The Occult Research .society will have an evening session this week with Mrs. McNeill of South Thirteenth street. J The Protection Mite club meets Thursday of this week. jS The Sub-Rosa club will be enter tained tomorrow evening by Mrs, Sol Frankel of the Reed Flats. The tally cards will bo appropriate to St. Pat rick. j Jt t The Jolly Twelve Euchre club will have Mrs. Stevenson or Boyer street, for its hostess Wednesday afternoon. The Primary department of the Christian church will meet Saturday ufternoon in the primary room. The at a six o'clock dinner Sunday even-. little people are making scrap books, ing at her home on West Pearl street, i All the members are asked to be pres complimentary to Mr. and Mrs. Lewis lent. LITTLE THINGS OF INTEREST TO WOMEN Inherited Habit mm Slara ml Lniarr. With tbe big. restless, energetic world outside of this tropical belt, how ever, the matter of keeping warm Is ever present, troublesome and expen sive, throughout half of each passing year. As a matter of fact, the world of hu manity dwelling in stoveland never has teen in all the age really and com fortably warm in winter. It is'largely our own fault. Mankind is the only nu lnial which employs fire in the effort to survive the cold of the winters. Tbe hardy lower animals do rot need it, however much their luxuriously ener vated representatives, the dog and the rat. may enjoy it when they have a chance. Ancient man only got himself rid of bis provident coat of hair aui his suf lieent latent heat when he began to loaf around the family cooking stove and absorb the intoxicating comfort of artificial warmth. This faraway an cestor is responsible for the fact that the (present day human being, outside of the belt aforesaid, is obliged to keep close to a thermometer registering nearly or quite TO degrees F. from Oc tober to May. besides which ho must needs wear extra clothing. This also is an inherited habit. A traveler west once asked a half nuked Indian in midwinter how he managed to stand the weather. The Indian replied: "Your f;u-e no got a co-it. It no void. India u la to ail over.'' National Magazine. Chocolate Pie Is Healthful Food experts acrce that chocolate is one of the most healthful and nutri tious articles of food known, and choc olate pies u:e becoming very popu lar. Who can imagine anything more tempting or delicious than a nice, lage piece of Chocolate pie? Ham to make in the old way, but easy if you use orR-riF." Chocolate flavor, and follow directions on th package. Contains all ingredients ready for in stant, use. At grocers, 10 cent?. Ord r today. TRIMMING USED. The upper part of the corsage is much trimmed these days, and it would eeem from a casual glance as though all the trimming of the waist were crowded upon the yoke. Necks, stocks, guimpes and yokes are more fashionable than ever and the skeleton waists, consisting of nothing but yoke and sleeves, are to he found in every well selected wardrobe. , PRETTY COLORS. Tho colors are lovely this spring, and one can admire them even by sug gestion, for their names bring up much that, is pleasant in thought. The spring blues are delightful, and there is an abundance of ciel blue and of bluette. Thero is tho old-fashioned navy blue, brightened with baby blue and the revival of Alice blue brings the gray blues back into vogue. In the midst of these there is the charming Atlantic, blue, which is vivid, bright and beautiful, and always; becoming, for it is neither too light nor too dark; so that the woman who wants to wear blue need not hesitate for a shade. 0 MADRAS SHIRT WAIST. A good looking madras shirt waist seen the other day was of white un figured stuff, with straight white cuffs for linked buttons. It was giv en a novel touch by a front of four inch-wide, box plaits, set side by side, each edged with eighth-of-an-inch band of apple green. Down the two central plaits were small pearl buttons, set in groups of two. several Inches apart. Those on tho right side but toned through. IT IS DECREED THAT The crowns of hats shall be very high. Flowers are to bo much used in spring millinery. Chrysanthemums, tulips and dahlias shall be popular in hat trimmings. Women shall wear waistcoats. Sash ribbons shall be worn with tub ! frocks. i j WHITE BLOUSE FAVORED. lcougii more s. cms to lit- nim;i' s-igns of olored lawn and batiste blouses being w-orn with wh'te skirts it. n mains to lie seen if they can be forced. As a ub the all-white b'oue t is infinitely more serviceable. as it j does not fade in laundering and gives j more the effect of the whole fronk. which is desirable. TAN IS BEST. There is no denying the fart thai, for the woman who is going to have only one gown, 'he best selection is a tan. for it holds its own bettor and en dures more hard wear ts.an the other tints of brown. There ate of .o!ir-r nianj shades of tan, for one ran count In the biscuit tones, the twine and string colors, the burn broad and soft yellow browns. And, very closely akin to tan, come the dark, reddish browns that go po well with tt. EMBROIDERY FASHIONABLE. Everything in lawns and linens will be handsomely embroidered this year. WHY SO WEAK? Kidney Troubles May Be Sapping Your Llf Away. Richmond People Have Learned This Fact. When a healthy man or woman be gins to run down without apparent cause, becomes weak, languid, depres sed, suffers backache, headache, dizzy spells and urinary disorders, look to the kidneys for the cause of it all. Keep the kidneys well and they will keep you well. Doan's Kidney Pills cure sick kidneys and keep them well. Here is Richmond testimony to prove It. B. F. Lundsford, living at MA South Fifteenth street, Richmond, Ind., says: "For some weeks I was troubled with pain in the back and a disordered ac tion of the kidneys. The jar of rid ing seemed to irritate the trouble and when I caught cold my kidneys were always unusually weak. It was hard for me to endure the dull, draggy ach ing in my back. I was trying some thing for my trouble when 1 heard of Doan's Kidney Pills and got a box at A. G. Luken & Co s drug store. I used Doan's Kidney Pills for about ten days when the pains and aches left me. and 1 then continued the treatment until cured. From my experience I am glad o give. Doan's Kidney Pills a heart y endorsemeni ." For sal--1 by ail dealers. Price 50 cents. Foster-Milburn Co.. Buffalo, New York, sole agents for tho United States. Remember tho name Doan's and take no other. MASONIC CALENDAR. Monday Evening, March 16. Richmond oommandery No. S K. T., work in Templar degree. Tuesday Evening, March 17. R:ch;r.otel Uvige No. F. & A. M.. Fellow O'i'li decree. Wednesday Evening. March 18. Webb Lodge No. 24 F. & A. M., stat ed meeting. Thursday Evening. March 19. Wayne Council Xo. 10 l a.- s. M. Rehearsal Super Ex Desreo for S'lner E Masters only. Saturday Eveninc. March 21. Ioysi! Chapter Q. E. S No. v. s-.-iw-d nior' inu. Our Music Will Be The Tingle Of Dollars dDIPEMIMCG U COMMENCING: Mm 1 Our Boquets Will Be Big Bundles 01 Values II oo Our Spring Goods Are Now Ready For Your Inspection. A generous welcome is extended to you and your friends. All piece goods and Tailored Garments, including Suits, Skirts, Shirt Waists, Jackets, Kimonos, Wrappers and Muslin Underwear are ready for you. See, examine! We shall take pleasure to show you the Spring styles and assure our prices are the lowest for like goods. The Busy Store That Creates Values. $12.50 Ladies' Suits, Black. Blue, Brown, at.. $10.00 $20.00 Ladies' Suits, Blue Silk, Braid Trimmed $16.50 $25.00 Ladies' Suit, the New Blue $22.50 $7.50 Ladies' Spring Jacket, semi-fit $ 5.98 $12.50 Ladies' Black Cloth Jacket $10.00 $15.00 Ladies' Velvet Jacket, silk braided $10.00 $5.00 Ladies' Tailored Skirts $3.98 $7.00 Ladies' Tailored Skirt $5.00 $7.50 Ladies' Skirt, all colors at $5.98 $12.50 Ladies' fine Voile Skirt at $9.50 $6.50 Silk Shirt Waist, see them $5.00 $6.00 Silk Shirt Waist, Dress Maker's Style $4.50 Elegant Line Ladies' Wash Shirt Waists, Lawns, SI. 00 up to $2.98 The Busy Corner, 9th and Main TEE PEOPLE'S TOEE Open Evenings The Business College. C. W. Isenbarger has been busy in the past few days making enrollments for th,e Richmond and Muncle Business colleges'. Some of our farmer boys, who have taken part of their course this year, and who expect to finish it next win ter, have dropped out of school and will take up the work on the farm. II. E. Jones from Cambridge City, lias taken a position in the bank and will begin work Monday morning. Miss Glabb has gone to her home In Carthage to spend the week. Earle KIrcofo spent Saturday and Sunday with his uncle at Mooreland, Ind. Our spring number of the College "Beacon" will be out in tho next few days. L. 13. Campbell was called to Wil liamsburg one day last week on ac count of the illness of his sister. HIS PECULIAR fllllCS Weather Man Dished Up Ele ments in Varying Manner Last Week. RECORD FOR THE WEEK. VIRTUE IN COPPER. Tbe Metal Im a Death Dealer to All Disease Germa. "Copper is a marvelous preventive of disease. If we returned to the old copper drinking vessels of our forefa thers, typhoid epidemic would disap pear.'1 The speaker, a filtration expert, took a copper cent from bis pocket. '"Examine this cent under the micro scope," he said, "and you will find it altogether free from disease germs. Exnmlne gold and silver coins, and you will find them one wriggling and contorting germ mass. Yet copper coins pass through dirtier hands than gold and silver ones. You'd think they ought to be alive with micro-organisms. But no. Copper kills germs. Diphtheria and cholera cultures smear ed on a copper cent die in less than two hours. "They have many cholera epidemics in China, hut certain towns are always immune. Ths towns kep IliPir drinking water iu creat copper vessel. Travelers hnve trieel to buy -these ves--id, for 1hey are beautiful, but the villflifprs will not ell them. They have a superstition that thtr health aud welfare depend on their retention. I wish all superstitions were as true and salutary as that." Philadelphia Bulletin. Three inches of snowfall on the night of Sunday, March Sth, was the ' only unusual feature ot the weather of the past week, according to the re port of Weather Obseiver Vossler. Beside this snow, the precipitation amounted to .7S of an Inch. The mean minimum temperature of the week was lower than that of the preceding seven days. Tuesday was the coldest day of the week and Monday ranked second. Thurday was ail to the good iu the way of "fair weather" and top ped the high flyers with an even 69. The best Saturday could do running second was C2. Things broke bad on the start and the weather man showed his mean dis position resulting from his Saturday night exploits, by handing out cloudy weather on Sunday. His meanness , was not permanent, however, and the I clouds began to lift, Monday. By Tuesday the Ironio had quieted his nerves perfectly arid in order to enjoy things himself he handed out a perfect ; spring day. Wednesday and Thurs i day were equally as "nice" but the I approach of the end, witnessed a . change and' Friday was but partly : clear. Saturday was hazy and the om ! inous clouds rolled about in rapturous ! joy as they thought of the portending trouble for the mortals here on earth. The following shows the dally fluc tuations of the tempt-rature: Hich. Ivow. i" ;, At EXTRA STAMPS SALE THIS WEEK. 50 STAMPS with one lb. of Tea at Oc. 45 STAMPS with ono lb. of Tea at 60c. 40 STAMPS with one lb. of Tea 50o a lb. 10 STAMPS with one box of A. & P. Ball Blue at 8c. 60 Stamps with rne IS oz. Can of A. & P. Baking Powder, at Gc a tji. 20 Stamps with ono 2 oz. bottle of A. & P. Kxtract, nest made, at 25c. 25 STAMPS with one lb. of Coffee at 35c. 20 STAMPS with one lb. of Coffee at COc. 15 STAMPS with one lb. of Coffee at 23c. 10 STAMPS with 5 cakes A. & 1. Sweet Chocolate at 2."c 10 STAMPS with one lb. pkg. of Mule Team Borax at 12c. 10 STAMPS with one pkg of A. & P. Fancy Rice at 10c a pkg. IB ? TPL. "k, A n 4.1 A! Fmrujmt lareai iianuc & Pacific Tea Co. 727 Main Street Old Phone 53 W. Nw Phont 1215 3 Sunday . . . j Monday . . J Tuesday . -I Wednesday Thursday Friday . ; Saturda Moore & Ogborn Fire Insurance Agents. Will go on your Bond. Will Insure you against Burglary, Theft, and Larceny. Room 16, I. O. O. F. Bldg.. Phones. Home 15S3. Bell 53-R. i INSURANCE, REAL ESTATE: LOAMS, RENTS Son 4 W. H. Bradbury & Room 1 and 3, tfVstcott Blk ut :.: 1.'. Tipvtse n'l Tbe Joke Was on the Mndenta. When Dr. Nathan Lord was presi dent of Dartmouth coKege be used tc drive about in a dilapidated, old fash- i ior.ed contrivance. The sttidrnts be j came tired of seeing th? eoneern and. though Dr. Lord ki!-w of thU. he clans j to the old calash. One i: ' srh t a group ot , the yoiinsr men hauled the 'bin? out of i the shed where it was ke; t. took it sev- eral miles diwn the rend toward Leba I lion and hid it In a spot where it was , concealed by dense foliage. They were just about to depart, well satisfied with '. the tiresome job. when tbe curtate wLuoi completely enveloped the front of the eULi was suddenly pushed uxide ud the" well known fwee of Presi detir Lord :iJS"ared. "Now. i'Ui'.-. men." he sa d. "yu may dm w no- ba..-k again." -j . -rn. C a- I CHEAP LITTLE DOCTORS! There is no sense in paving big hard ! earned dollars trying to get well, when ten or twenty-five cents will do it and do it right. Especially is this true if your trouble is the result of ; constipation, liver or kidney trouble. ' Any sickness or ill-feeling that you suspect is traceable to such, can be ; quickly cured by taking Blackburn's Castor-Oil-Pills. They nourish the bowel nerves and pay sic- pleasantly, j Everybody knows too. the great value ! of castor oil. and when combined w ith t u'.phur. wiid P-i;ion and the lik into a ! fwi'i l little pill r.a one tn object to ; hiking it .a they eet th effe f with out the la e. In Chicaeo tl. ci u$git an scan e iv sell any thin else for -obstipation, hiiiou-i.. s. he-adarhf. M'.e. h.-.. !. icpiirati"!! of : ni HfS pi'i has rrratrd an immune drnari from a!l (ijl-er.c nf poopio. Ail rll'h' 'Irg- . git's ; them in fhi H'. tt BY YOUR OWN FIRESIDE whi! enjoying your everdr.st cigar and preparing for your swrt and pracfu'i s'urnbT, a hotl of Rich morn Kipo: beer is a comfort et . a soother and a pai, e. it is a hv erage for the moM refined palate, for it is pure and deik.io.is in f,4or, be sides being wholesome and invigor itin?. Minck Brewing Co. nn I I i I v I TVM t&-1 1 1 Furniture Bedding Pictures 925-927-929 1VIAIN STREET. PALLADIUM WANT ADS PAY