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RIOmXONP fPASJfJt PALLADIUM. MONDAY MORKjNG OCTOBER 17, 1904.
rivu BLAZE AWAY Who cares? I'm fortified with an "El orado". laundered collar, "Hie kind b&t don't melt down.' 1 The Eldorado steam Laundry No. 18 North Ninth St. Phone 147 Ricbn ord. Indian Harness For Show and harness for eve'y day use mean a dif ference in quality in some makes here they are identical in strength and dura bility. More style, of coutse, in fancy driving harness, but all our harness is made from e o o d st Dck, and every set maintains our repu tation as to workmanship and finish. All sorts of horse equipments at very moder ate prices . - - - - The Wiggins Co. BIggesr, Busiest, Best Carpets Taken Up, Cleaned v and Laid. : Monarch Laundry ! 'Vow Pliirf Al r1,1 TY.m-n QXI wr No. 22 South 8th St. 0. R HE II EAR IS Has received his Fall and Winter Samples of WOOLENS Which you can see, for a full suit oi an overcoat, over 923 Main Street I still have the Kahn Tailoring Hne of Indianapolis. Call and see them be fore placing jour order. As ever, yours, O. B. Medearis f !! M--I i..x..:..i..m..H"1"M"I' o. g. muflVj Broker in Grain J Provisions and Stocks, Room 1, Colonial Building T Telephones Ola, Black 311; New 701V M"I"I"1"I"I I I I I 'I I I I 111M in 20 ;t.. t-- Lessons First Lesson Free; absolutely most complete and uo-to-date 3 methods ; position guaranteed; X lessons by mail exclusively ; no in- 5 $ terference with regular occupation; $ no difficulties; everything simple, education and leading newspapers; & thousands of graduates. . Depart- Jj 25, Campaign of Education, 211 $ Townsend Bldg., New York. ? Ba&ri the Sigaatnr The Kind You Hava Always Bought 4U Shorlhand r Jm M JUST BEFORE BREAKFAST A FEW ITEMS THAT ARE EAS ILY DIGESTED. ARE PREPARED ESPECIALLY For People Who Eat Hurriedly and Chew Their Food on the Way to Their Work. There are fewer people at the top than at the bottom, but they are bigger. It is impossible to tell by the size of a man's hat the amount of his brain. His head may be swollen. fc Just because a person 'has a fond ness for hunting duck and deer it is no sign that he Avill be president some day. j A person should forget all the mean things he knows about himself. It isn't allays 1 he fast" men avIio come outf ahead in life. Scene LoeaJ hotel. Time Last Friday night. Reporter 'JIs the theatrical com pany stopping here?" Bright hotel man "No thev were 'To Die At Dawn,' so Ave did not keep them." A doctor is iiot a "quack" because he wears a duck suit. "a:- The man avIio depends on a "brac er" each morning Avill soon have to have one on each side of him. V. .v. .V. k . It is Avrong to eat Avith your knife and it is Avrong to eat Avithout it. Ojir course in knoking has brot us tu the plase Avhere Ave discuss the man avIiu jz overstoked Avith ennui. Ennui is a French word meening las situde. The man avIiu goze about like lie didn't care whet her he got along oar not is. the man we are aftur this time. lie. will go butting thru the Avorld Avith his ennui and hizten cent existence enjoying life i,n hiz poor dum Avay. He Avill nevur be known outside ov liiz oan bak yard and he Avont oan that. We feel foar this fello but Ave kant quite reech him. He has one sAvete consolatshun, he don't noe Avhat he iz missing. He moves very sloely lik a snail going up hill ginst a Avjnd. He is lifeless, brainless and ' Avort bless. We have onlie a fue of them and we are glad there are so fue. A certain Richmond man who wishes to rise early in the morning sets his alaVm clock, but forgets to wind it. -X- -3C- French fried :potatoes are real good when properly .fried. A lady in this city tried to fry them in this manner the other day. Her husband and the other members of the family don't think they were French tried. An other name -would be more appropri ate. ! . . w "Haven't yon 'any other Saratoga chips but these," asked a certain young fellow at one , of our lunch counters, the other night. "What's the matter with them?" said the waiter. "They're too insiped. I don't mind their being made of basswond. shaved across the grain. I'm used to lliat, but you ought to frv the blamed things' in something that's at least an imitation of butter." Winter hats w'ere a'. little out of tune yesterday, but several people didn't seem to care abautumn. - ' Two voiyig ladies stood in front of the Palladium office yesterday dis cussing one: thing and another. One of the ladies remarked that a certain young lady named Mary was going to be married soon. You don't say so." remarked the second vtmng ladv. "Who'd have her!" H ' " ' - - Judge Abbott said on bis recent trip to Boston he intended to have a reunion of his regiment, but he found the members were all in Canada, and he couldn't have a reunion all by himself. It seems as - if women will never learn to leave packet-books with han dles "to them aF bomewben" they sro where there are large crowds. In the Bryan jam the other night anybody . that wanted to, could have got tea one of those thief inviters. Why do peo-j pie carry purses to public meetings is a mooted question. REPORTS Which Worked An Injury to Packers is Corrected. Until the peacking season of 1003, tomato catsup packers universally had considered it impossible to make catsup of the natural ripe tomato colr without the use of artificial color. So general had this impression become, that most food chemists throughout the country fejt justified in taking for granted that catsup of a bright red color Avas artificially colored, and in many instances they condemned such catsup without a chemical test. This method Avorked no injustice on any packer until the fall of 1003, Avhen the commissioners of the three northwest States declared that cat sup packed by Columbia Conserve company, of Indianapolis, Jnd., an J whfch Aas claimed by them to 13 absolutely natural color, Avas colored Avith aniline dye. These statements of the food commissioners were re futed by the Columbia Conserve com pany, and steps Avere taken to sup port their contentions in the courts. The commissioners, appreciating that Columbia Conserve company Avas sel rious in their attitude, ma te careful tests of Columbia Conserve com pany's ca'r.up. Gentlemen The undersiyred spent the day in I'rookings and from there vired you t!'U you might til : your catsup orders' m this State. Our chemist nas found that tY claims innde by vo i are t .i, and we h:itcn to conv't "'ii former rep have o expla-t cd. the matter to Mr. 5-kinn?r: ll.is .s as far as t ie report as g'- .. rem liis office. Now to ihe real situation. Wc wish to bt entirely frank '' on t.- we desi'o he Avith everv tn and only Avis'i Hi.;: all Avould bo a frank witn us 7 on nave neen. ana: yzing vein catsup, Profes-. Shop ant ioiio-veti 1 lie authorize-L nMinls laid down !v the officio.; ciiernisls. Mid by approve piwess L' -nr.d 1 -r -r n cojonnrr muter, tie Avent r5 rar as lie was ( 00, Jvl to- under the rules laid Io'?i and had no rea;.: 1o look into the matter further. The pro test of your firm led him to make further investigation. The first pecu liar thing he found Avas that the col or produced in the avcoI Avas fading. Avhich it should not do if it was coal tar dve, as he had everv reason to believe it Avas. He then made tests for other colors and finally, as a last resort, sent out and got some ripe tomatoes. P- using the same meth ods that he had Avith the catsup, to his great surprise he found that the same color Avas produced, though not as intense owing, doubtless, to its not being in so concentrated a form as in tho catsup. This Avas contrary to the books and is a new thing to him. This determination Avas com pleted at noon today, so there has been no delay in notifying you. The only regret I have in the mat ter is that you have been put to in convenience in filliirr your orders. Aside from that T am very much gra tified with the result t this inves tigation. I have all alnny, taken the position that a salable cat sup could be made Avithout coloring matter, and my order abolishing color in this class of goods was based on this belief. I am now more than ever convinced that I Avas right. These packers have demonstrated their ability to make a salable article, one presenting as good an appearance as Avas eA-er put upon the market. Their statement that in order to make this class of goods they are obliged to select their fruit using only prime ripe tomatoes, is just what avc have been aiming at. Py the use of artificial coloring pack ers have' been enabled to use inferior stock. Yours. CP. SHERWOOD, Commissioner. Columbia Conserve Company's cat- j sup is guaranteed to be pure and en tirely free from artificial color of any description Avhether animal, ve etable or mineral. Columbia Con serve company has accomplished most remarkable results in preseTA"ing the. hbright red and the full tomato fla vor by a process known to thems.d- j unuir. i a very extensive iin - Aertising campaign. theA- are instruct" ing the public that catsup of a bright red color can be purchased Avhich is perfectly pure. It is no longer ne cessary for any one to buy catsup colored or painted Avith aniline or mineral dA-e. FURS! FURS!! FURS!!!! GRAND DISPLAY AT OUR' OPENING TODAY AND TOMOR ROW. THE GEO. H. KNOLLENBERG CO. NEXT WEDNESDAY The Republicans of the Seventh Ward Hold Meeting. Prosecutor Cornstock and Attorney Robert L. Study Avill address the Republicans of the Seventh ward at a meeting in the club rooms next VW'duesdav evening. THE LABORING MAN. What is going on among the toil ers throughout the country. The Scranton, Pa., Central Labor Union has taken the initiative in that State in a movement to place union made goods most prominently on the market and make this class of Avares appear more favorably before organ ized Avorkers and their friends. t Jill The fifth biennial convention of the Brotherhood of Maintenance of Way Employes will meet in St. Louis No vember 14. 4f The labor organizations of Wiscon sin Avill this Avinter attempt to change the child labor law of that State, raising the age limit under Avhich children may not be employed from 1 to 1G years and providing for the issuing of permits for child Avorkers betAveeu the ages of 1(5 and IS years. J" The headquarters of the Federated Metal Trades Association have been removed from Washington to Pitts burg. 4 Stationary engineers are said to have declared their intention to with lraw from the American Federation of Labor if the brewery workers' un ion is given jurisdistion over engi neers in breweries. sc v vr Los Angeles, Cal., is to build a $75,000 labor temple. m. '-m The eight hour law of the State of Washington has been declared consti" tutional by the courts of that State. Kumors are afloat in the East that Theodore Shaffer, president of the Amalgamated Association of Iron. Steel and Tin Worbers. is slated for the position of head of the bureau of labor to succeed Carroll 1). Wright. Pacific coast labor unions are planning to make a fight in congress for legislation to protect American seaman from the unimpeded importa tion of Chinese crews for service on vessels flying the American flag. .V. V. .V. 4k A In order to stimulate the interest of the members of the Brotherhood of Painters and Decorators in the columns of their journal, and there by secure matter for publication that is both interesting and instructive, the editor of that journal will offer a prize each month for a short es say on the best method of perform ing some stated kind of work con nected Avith the various branches of painting and decorating. The best of such stories sent in will be printed in the journal, aside from being awarded a prize. .V. ... it. The Boston Central Labor Union is actively engaged in trying to stamp out the padrone system in "the Hub." "t W JUL vr vr vr The United States Steel Corpora tion has planned to compensate its employes for suggestions that Avill in crease the consumption or reduce the cost of manufacturing its products. A notice has been posted in its A-ari- ous mills throughout the country, as folloAvs: "For the purpose of stimulating the use of our various products of both the sheet and tin mills, by ' de veloping neAv purposes to Avhich they may bp advantageously put. Ave de sire that the co-operation and assist ance of yourself and all subordinates including the Avorkmen in vour mills. "We avouM like to have it under stood that anyone offering sugges tions Avhich are developed sr as to in crease the consumption of ur pro ducts Avill be properly compensated. "Tt Avill also be an opportune time; to haA'e our Avorkmen understand that AAe stand Avilling anJ ready to pron erlv compensate them for any meth od or device they may sugsrest or de sign that Avill reduce our cost of -man- iMmi ufacture." The ."Richmond Glee Club issro-inr to Fountain City tonijrl.it to partici pate in a rally to be held there. The Glee Club jroes to Centerville tomor row eveninjr for the same purpose. An eminent surireon has declared that he owes it to his patients to quiet his nerves by playinjr a grame of s-olf before undertaking an im portant operation. Come now own up, tell the honest truth You don't like those gray hairs, do you? And your husband certainly doesn't like them. Then why not" buy a bottle of Ayers Hair Vigor? It restores color to gray hair every time. Cures dandruff also. Sold for over sixty years. iSrSuU: :: i : -x m : h-m STYLE John Quincy Adams to be behind time. The gaieties for fall and winter have begun. IZ Club work is again taken up. Wedding announcements have been made, i t And rumors ot parties are in the air. Remember John Adams and be like him. J Do not wait until OUTFIT . . . are ready for ycur Men's Evening Suits Handsome black cloth. Exclusive patterns. $18 to vrvrvrvHrvrv: n, Milton, Centervil'e, Eaton and New Paiis, so if you cannot (all at our office, write or phoe us and our agent will call on you. Loans made on salaries, and on diamonds and Watches. - Here are seme of tVe terms of our weekly payment plan, allowing you fifty weeks in which to pay off your loan: 00c is a weekly payment on a $25 loan. $1.20 is a weekly payment on a $50 loan. $2.40 is a weekly payment on a $100 loan. You can get any other amount for the same time at the same pro poition. Call on us when you need money. Applications by mail or telephone receive our prompt attention. I R? n ft Im rrnn rn rm ml U M U W U U U U U VMS U M VU Established 1895. Home Phone 445. A NEW IDEA FROM THE New ID EM LI This is an idea that should interest one and all. It is something worthy of the consideration and 6upport of every man. woman and child of the city of Richmond and the county. After a very successful opening of the IDEAL CaSH GROCERY, the management has concluded in order to more thoroughly introduce himself and business and to show his appreciation of the interest taken in his store by the public, he will for the next two weeks beginning Monday, Oct 3, and continuing until Satur day, Oct. 14th, during which time I Will Give Two Per Cent, of my Casli Sales same to be donated To The Home For T lie Friendless. The proper officers of this worthy institution may call upon me at the ex piration of the time Jherein mentioned. As I keep a daily record of my business, they can readily deteimine just how much I have done and what ever it is. gieat or small, I will gladly give 2 per cent, of same for the benefit of the Home of the Friendless, of Richmond. I would have one and all to remember that this donation is simply a gift from the Ideal Cash Grocery, and all I ask in return is your support and patronage. I have a line of groceries second to none in the city. In conclusion will state that this is a matter that should interest one and all, as we all realize that this is for a very wortho cause and the more you buy at the IDEAL CASH GROCERY in the next two weeks, the more you help a good cause. Come in and talk the matter over with us. We will be glad to see you. Yours in a good cause, E. Hr WILSOBI, ... AT THE ... Ideal Cash Grocery, m-i h-m h i. ;;-. .h..h. QUALITY was never known the last minute to get your inspection. Splendid line X $25 FOR BEING -WITHOUT MONEY when you canborrow the amount you need here quickly and at the Lowest Rates of Interest. We have money to loan on furniture," pianos, teams, fix-, tures, etc., without removal, or diamonds and watches left in pledge, or on salaries. We make loans in Rich mond, Cambridge City. Dub- Hi 4c II (nfznr TfrimV " $ laVMVHJUU N vus m jjc Room 8, Colonial Bldg A :t-x 914 Main, Richmond,