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RICHMOND DAILY PALLADIUM, SATURDAY, MAY 14, 1904.
THE RICHMOND PALLADIUM t ; MEHDB R i'ABBOC I AT E I) PRESS PUBLISHED DAILY AND, WEEKLY. EXCEPT, SUNDAY;, ? AT 922 MAN STREET. CENTRAL tJNION HOME - - - TELEPHONES: 21 21 KNTKRKD AT RICHMOND POSTOKriOK AS Br,COND-CLA88 MATTEH ltlly dellvered.by carrier to any par of the olty fornix cents a week.' v SUBSCRIPTION KATES: - I . DAILY Onritrle cl'y. six months, In advance ..........fl 5 OtitslUe city, one month. In advance.; ',...'... .. ' 25 O ui side cl ty, one year, 1 n ad vaitce ; . . . , . : . 3 00 WKEKLY-By mall one year. 11.00 In advance.' IP Vni PA IT atany time to get your paper from your carrier, you will oon A 1 ,J-' fer a ra-'or by at once notifying the office by telephor" James R. Hart. Editor S M Rutherford, Business Manager John S, Fltzglbbons, City Editor. THE DEMOCRATIC KEY-NOTE. Iii". reading the speech of Alonzo Green Smith ,befoi the Demo cratic ; convention, Thursday, cne is not impressed with the richness of its content. It differs very much from the magnificent speech of Hon. James. E. Watson. Mr Watson ?stutions,isadniitted,and that the consti of the5 Republican party was the truth and nothing but the trui'i, but when Mr. Smith said: "That the honor of Indiana has suffered by par tisan assault upon public institutions, is admitted, and the consti tution of the state has been repeatedly violated to serve political ends, is not denied by those i chaige of the state affairs," he was either willfully misrepresenting the conditions as they exist, or he is ignorant of them. Why did he not . dv 'u.tt the state institutions are managed by non-partisan boards and every one of these institutions liHve beer operated within the appropriation? Every one of them has a b dance in the treasury. He said that President Roosevelt was ambitious, unsafe and un dignified, lie won't say this after the eighth of November, when tnc people .shall have passed judgmen on the acts of our present chie magistrate. In. another place he said the. sentiment of the country has become distrustful of the present administration and fearful of the con sequences of President Roosevelt's "extraordinary, erratic and auto cratic assumption and exercise of jower." It ill becomes Mr. Smith la speak of the "autocratic assumption of power." People have not for gotten his autocratic assumption o power when he became the lieuten ant-governor of Indiana. All our exchanges are calling attention to May 30th as a memori al day rather than a holiday. The Commercial-Review of Port' and. says : "The demand, the watch wan', of every Grand Army man, of every i soldier, of every patriotic citizen should make May 30th a memorial day, not a holiday. Let it be a day for remembrance of the self-sac rifice, the devotion, the spleiv.lul patriotism of our soldiers, living and dead; a day for reconsecratiori to country, liberty and the highest ideal citizenship; a day so patriotically and universally observed and in such spirit that it shall help and strengthen all for the grat work of todav and tomorrow, and not a dav for mere amusement, for personal pleasure, for races and games, for gain and money malasig, for excursions, frivolity and dissipation. ? "The desecration of memorial day is yearly becoming more and more general, open and unblushing, and unless a self-respecting and patriotic people shall demand a complete return to the original pur pose and spirit of the day and its services, it is likely to become me morial day in name only. Tlu selfish perversion of the day is a na tional shame. The apathy which, permits it is a sign of national weakness and a decline of the rational gratitude and con science." UNUSUAL CASE OF DESTITUTION BROUGHT TO LIGHT AT Ci Si BRIDGE CITY, IN FAM7 Y ; OF JOHN DODDY. THE ENTIRE FAMILY Reduced to Absolute Want Home a Den of Filth-Children Brought Here. One of the worst cases of destitu tion ever reported in Wayne county was brought to an end this af ternoon when Deputy Sheriff Bailey brought the three children of John Doddy from Cambridge City and Placed them in the Home for the Friendless. Complaints from Cambridge pro fessors and from the board of edu cation brought this case one of the worst ever heard of to light. The Doddy home is ear the s building, and it Avas claimed that the to thepresenee of it was demoralizing to the school children and a great nuisance. The father and mother are ill with weakness an dwant of proper food, and the home is a veritable den of filth and squalor. Mrs. Candler investigated the case and found that conditions were most shocking, much more so than at first reported. Doddy came last fall tr. work, but his health failed him, and he and his family had no means of support during the winter, and starv ation stared them in the face at all times. The raiment and food of the family were scanty and poor, and the children stole to buy food. The vvu , poor faces and hardly recognizable features of the little children are enough to melt the hardest hear, to pity. The children were brought yester day afternoon and placed in the Home for the Friendless, it bein thought that in an orphans' home h: contamination of the Doddy children would prove a detriment to childly; of better character. The father .vll be heljed, and the mother will prol ably work until her husband recov his health. MOWrTWq BEAUTIFUL WOMEN ESCAPEE) , - ; SPRlKlG' CATARRH BY USE OF PE-RURIA; ; i ; . I . ' t r 'r . ' , i A ' f ' :if ' ..; ; y .... "... - ' t V j - Nothing Robs One of Strength lake Spring Catarrh Spring Fever is Spring Catarrh! Mrs. Leone Dolehan, in a letter from the Commercial Hotel, Minneapolis, Minn., writes:.- ' .The Peruna Medicine CoC, Columbus, Ohio. Gentlemen: "For tw6 months' my 2hysleian experimented ' with me trying to cure a hard cold which settled In my stomach, causing Inflammation and catarrh. I then made np my mind he was simply unable to help me, and reading some of the flattering testimonials as to the value of Peruna in snch cases, I thought I would try it. "It was six weeks before I could eat a meal without unpleasant effects, but I have now been well for six months, and I give all the credit to Pernna." Mrg.Xeone Dc.lehan, XIIIIIITIHyTTTTr rTTTTTXXXXTTrTTTgTTTTTTTTTTTTXTTXrS H M H H M M Mrs. Leone Dolehan. TTTTTTTTXTXTXTXXTTTXTXXXT Poor Hearst! He will get the ''cold shoulder" from Indiana at the St. Louis convention. Hearst was robbed and then turned down. EETAILERS F01M AN ORGANIZATION (Continued from 1st page.) HOME DESPOILED the protection and benefit of mem be rs. The merchants of a city must or- ganize the same as other lines of bus- j iness and retailers should have a j strong organization more than other j kinds of business men on account of the keener competition- between re tail merchants. The first object of the retailers' association is to hold what trade there is in the city and to add to it, discouraging citizens from ! trading in larger cities and inviting and eitiezns of Richmond; to bring about a better understanding between merchants dealinur in the same lines! of trade; for the mutual benefit of , People from adjacent smaller cities J to trade with members of the asso ciation. A strong object of this association all; to protect the members from all unreasonable demands. 3. Each firm has one vote only, lut any member of tliis firm can vote for the firm with which he is con nected. 4. Any merchant in the city is eligible to membership in this association. is to get rid of "illegitimate" ad vertising, such as program advertis ing, novelty advertising and thus the members were ordered by a by-law (to "not contribute or donate any funds on anything for the purpose me; of advertising to any institution." Any member retu rner from bus-( Nothing was done in regard to the es- shall become an honorary mem- tablishmcnt of a local credit svstem. ber but v. ill be reinstated as on ae- Another thing which was discussed live member on again enter! ing busi-; was the putting a stop to keeping lies?. i r4-rrn oyen on Snndav and criving the The d ues of the ao.-iation will j -hants one day at least absolutely be Mr all and also the fees fr mem-! f,vo from s. This was held borship. The constitution provided j'" 1,0 a S'm1 1,,,nf' h' noarlr aI1 tl,e for siv standing committees, the j merchants. The officers as named chairmen of each to be appointed a ! nWe WOifi th Ht(1 b-v a unani" imous vote ant made graceiui sjteecn- All Articles of Value Stolen From a Home in Dublin. Special to the Palladium: Dublin, Tnd., May 14. A strange atTair has been unearthed at this city. The large brick home of the late B. G. Kelly has been pillaged from garret to cellar and everything of value which could be carried off is missing. Wearing apparel, bedding, silver and chinaware, carpets rockers and other chairs, curtains and window blinds, mirrors and the like are gone One mirror was taken from a large dresser. Mr. Kelly was a wealthy citizen of this place for many years, coming here with his second wife from the Atlantic coast. This wife died here and he married again. He died a few years later, leaving a will by which the house and contents were divided equally between his widow and his daughter Mary, born to his first wife. The house has been unoccupied for some years, while no one here had a legal right to protect it. Miss Helen Whitman, 808J Grand Ave., Milwaukee, Wis., writes : "There is nothing like Pernna for that tired feeling, which gives you no ambition for work or play. After a pro longed illness, about a year ago I felt unable to regain my health, but four bottles of Peruna made a wonderful change and restored me to perfect health. As long as you keep your blood in a good condition you are all right, and Peruna seems to fill the veins with pure, healthful blood. I thoroughly endorse It." Miss Helen Whitman. Cow to Get Stronl Nerves. ITirst, repair the injury already done to your nerves. The way to do this is to do exactly as did Mr. Ilal. P. Denton, Chief Department Publicity and Promo tion of National Export Exposition. He writes: "Toward the latter part of August I found myself in a very much run-down condition. My family physician said I had nervous prostra tion and recommended a sea voyage. I gradually grew worse. A kind friend whom I had known in Ohio recom mended Peruna. Though skeptical, I finally yielded to his advice. After using one bottle I was much improved and with the fifth bottle came complete recovery. I am in perfect health today and owe everything to Peruna." Hal. P. Denton. A Spring Tonic. Almost everybody ueeds a tonic in the riTTi;;T3i!t!!t;;tiTtTYn H Miss Helen Whitman. spring. Something to brace the nerves, invigorate the brain, and cleanse the blood. That Peruna will do this is be yond all question. Everyone who has tried it has had the same experience as Mrs. D. W. TImberlake, of Lynchburg, Va., who, in a recent letter, made use of the following words: " I always take a dose of Peruna after business houra, as it is a great thing for the nerves. There is no better spring tonic, and I have used r.h-mt .ill of them." Mrs. D. W. Tim lcriu.. r -...-r -.- k A i-.-.-.-r.r,3'- Q Catarrh in Spring. The spring is the best time to treat catarrh. Nature renews herself every spring. The system is rejuvenated by spring weather. This renders medi cines more effective. A short course of Peruna, assisted by the balmy air of springwill cure old, stubborn cases of catarrh that have resisted treatment for years. Every body should have a copy of Dr. Ilartman's latest lookon eatarrh. Address The Peruui Medicine Co., Co lumbus, Ohio. N OU NAME urns Feiluj Ht-m .'.r. S3 it ka2& aft Why shouldn't the deed for a com fcrtable heme be made out in ytur name ? Do ycu know how ea.silj you can have it so ? Don't you belii ve that it wi,ll be worth your while to come and see me ard learn about it? Have helped hundreds, will help you. T. R. WOODHURST Quality our "motto" it is found in Ideal and Mother's bread. ! ar.d nvtt vour neighbors at the onlv Department Store in E:cr tr.rrd. Our Busi- cess is growing day after day" Our bargains aie many and tht ptop!e appre ciate tl em Listen to what we are going to give you from now until Saturday nSght: The finest of rice large Potatoes, everyone good, f 1.20 bu., cr 30c peck. Nice crisp Le' tu e 2 lbs for 2."c. The fit est Bn a ;fast racon by the strip 13c lb. The best Butchers' Lrd 10c per lb. Nice crisp Cracker 5c lb. The best Ginger Snaps to be had, 5c lb. Richmond Cream and Butter Crackers 8c lb, 2 for 15c. Nice large Butter Beans 7c lo. 4 for 2oc Nine bars of the Famous Swift's Pride Soap 25c. In Our Dry Goods Department we'll save you as much money as we do in cur groceries, ard that speaVf"tor itself. The best Linoleums 60c per sq yard. The best Floor Oil Clot h lEc ysrt" . Come and see us ard let us prove to -5 ou that cash is ling. Ftr the caih ycu can underbuy and for the cash we can undeisell. Yours for more business, prompt delivery and ccuiteous treatment. Trading Stamps with all i urchases without asking for them. The MOBIL DBPABTHBNT ! Both Phones 411-415 Home X079; C. JM 13 U. 51ain. Main St member of the executive board City Interests; Press and Printing; Arrangements; Assemblages (to have charge of the assemblages of visitors at any celebration given by the Mer chants' Association); Membership; Railroads and Transportation; Man ufactures and Commerce. The meet ings of this association will be held on the first Friday of each month, and eleven members constitute a quorum. One noticeable thing about the as sociation is that individuals are lost sight of, and the firm is everything. Certificates of membership are issued to firms, not to individuals, etc. The secretary is the only salaried officer. All members of the associa tion are encotfraged to incline their influence and patronage to members es of acceptance. Twenty-one mer chants signed the constitution and it is expected that many more will sign today. The members feel that they have made a wise choice of offi cers, and from a layman's point of view they certainly did. G. II. Knol lenberg, Thos. Nicholson, J. B. Gor don and Ellwood Morris commended the choice an endorsed the election of the officers. It was decided to elect the execu tive committee at the next meeting but a committee was formed to act with the president in regard to the nominations for the executive com mittee. G. n. Knollenberg offered a room in the annex for the use of this com mittee. Mr. Clark of Anderson, Jhe originator of the association then of this association, as the object is spoke. Ladies: Several vacancies open to complete list, easy sewing for us at home. $15 weekly. Address envel ope for lace sample. Majestic Lace Co., New York. Reduced Fares to Carthage, Mo., via Pennsylvania Lines. Low fares will be in effect to Car thage and Joplin, Mo., via Pennsylva nia Lines, May 17th to 23d, inclusive, account Annual Conference German Baptist Brethren. Ten days' stop over at St. Louis "World's Fair allow ed. Get further information from local Ticket Agents of the Pennsyl vania Lines. lakers One way Colonist Rates to th Nest and Northwest via The C. C. L. Washington, Oregon, Montana, tc. For further information call on A. Blair, C. T. A. Home 'Phone 44. 1 q OOOO OOOO6GOO0 OO OOO 8 OOOO OQ o o o o o o o o o o 8 o o THIS IS NO FAKE. o o o o o DON'T PAY FOR IT TILL YCU TRY IT YOURSELF. EVERY ONE GUARANTEED TO GIVE SATISFACTION. it, THE llRliwrnrAI If BREAD MAKER and RAISER. Will thoroughly Mix and Knead BREAD in Three Minutes. Without puttlmg bamds t the domgk. Simple aad Easy to ceM JONES Hardware Co. OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO o o o o o o O o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o