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t JToRICHMOin) DAILY P ALLADIUH, WEDNESDAY I ?HORNING, OCTOBER 19. 1904.
PAGE FIVE JUST BEFORE , BREAKFAST A FEW ITEMS THAT ARE EAS ILY DIGESTED. ARE PREPARED ESPECIALLY ?2kM(BP Tor People Who Eat Hurriedly and Chew Their Food on the Way To Their Work.. Vlicre tis nothing quite so ridiku-lii- as the boV who is bein sent to sk rJe by liis poor old father an moth er an triz to" be sportie. One of flnese buys Avhu trjz to make everybody be lieve that he iz a ruect decendant ov that man whu iz Avell known in this euntry as J. P. Morgan. 'The sportie boy whu makes goo- :goo-ies at ever girl he meets, the sportie boy avIiu thinks he's a regular gov wlnis Yonversnshen is limited to "Ium-," and "she" ete; He is the fni.e idiut, . Ilez got a f'u tcher before biin as full of i)romis as that of a pile driver' and he's got about as niuMf sense. '".'- We,hoa this will rea-eh the ies of some sportie 'boy and that it will do bim good.' We hoap that it will eauz him to. ,mindA his one hisnos an get down aiijiviirk an do soniethin. Then maybe when he grows up he "will have more sentz an perhaps he will learn to be a usful citisen an ma )-y some nice prety gurl whu is able to. take eare of him an see that be does not git sportie ajin and liv bappy eer afterwurd. ' ' ".' lid yon ever notice that - people who use big words seldom have any thing important to say? Perhaps you will not get your full due iu this world, but wait patiently, for the next. ' It is often the ease that people think they are working the races, but find before they get through that they are being worked. - N, A pers"a shouldn't expose his ig norance in philosophy by saying it is the hill that produces the echo, when everybody known it is the " holler. V - Tt ' is ,na; near as easily to get out of a love "n flair as it is to get into it. 2 Tn the onestion of marriage never consider whether or not you can af ford it; the only thing to consider is can .ier fa.' her afford it. What is the use of going to the trouble c cast, your bread upon the watiM when there are so many hun rrv moutl s that von could hand it to? ' Tt is vr:jg to think that lovers are alike jtist because they correspond. . Do you ever think that "the patient little woman von Vail vour wife, was once your sweetheart f ' Never snub a young man because he looks green: a-watermelon looks green when it is all right inside. There is a quality in Royal Baking Powder which makes the food more digestible and wholesome. This peculiarity of Royal has been rioted by physicians, and they accord ingly endorse and recom mend it. t ROYAL BAKING POWDER 'CO., NEW YORIf ' ROOSEVELT'S VICTORY SURE with Theodore Koosevelt it is tin ex pected that happens. There will, therefore, be no surprise over the characteristic action of the president on the submssion to him of the re port of the special examiners on the causes of the frightful disaster which befell the little men and women on the Slocuni, at Hell Gate. In brief terms, addressed to Secretaiy Met calfe, of the Departmet ' of Com merce and Labor, he directs the im mediate dismissal of Robert S. Rodie Supervising Inspector,- and of In spectors Dumont and Barrett. As to Inspector Fleming, against whom an indictment has been found, the pres ident suggests that, -while -it might be impossible to take further action against him pending the trial, he sees The Campaign Managers Give Roose- no reason why he should . not be REPUBLICAN NATIONAL COM MITTEE HAS COMPLETED AN ELECTION ESTIMATE The Expected Happens. (Commercial Tribune.) When there is question of 'benefit to the. public, or performance of dutv. Eruptions 4 t Dry, moist, scaly tetter, all forms of eczema or salt rheum, pimples and other cutaneous eruptions pro ceed from humors, either inherited, or ne.miirpd thrnnorh defective di gestion and assimilation. . - To treat these eruptions i with drying medicines is dangerous. The thing to do is to take Hood's Sarsapari :' and Pills Which thoroughly cleanse the blood, ! expelling all humors and building up the whole system. They cure "Hood's Sar$aparilla permanently cured J. G. Hlnes, Franks. III., of eczema, from which ' he had suffered for some time; and Miss Alvina Wolter, Box 212. Alcona. Wis., of pim ples on her face and back and chafed skin on dropped from the rolls,, at . least. President Roosevelt has, come up to the measure of expectation which was arouused when the dismissed In spectors reported to the. .-department a verdict of acquittal of practically, every individual or official on whom any ;hare of blame had been laid. He minces no words in the matter, but rightly characterizes the misconduct the inattention and the gross neglect of duty on the part of the IVderal officials as largely contributing to the horror. His feelings and h'is . deter mination.', are expressed in a manner that will have universal commenda tion. , "When-he spoke of the indict ments found against the Nonpareil Cork Company for putting on the market life preservers containing bars of iron, he used these scorching, but deserved Words: "This last offense was of so hein ous a character that it is difficult to comment upon it' with proper self restraint. It appears that the Na tional "Legislature has never enacted a, law providing)? iu set terms for the punishment of.'fhis particular species cf infamy, doubtless because it never entered' the' head -of. any man that- so gross infamy could , be', perpetrated." That is Rooeveltiaix to the very core manly, forceful, " determined, indignant and thoroughly American and humane in tone and in sentiment, and his instructions to Secretary Met calfe with reference to desired changes in the law, to bo requested of congress, ai'e of like character. President Roosevelt .has done his whole duty in the. matter but it is the a expected that happens when Roosevelt and ditty are m question. velt 290 Electoral Votes Out of 476. ELECTORAL VOTE. Total electoral vote ... .476 Nc ;essa;v to choice 239 Safely Republican 290 Close 35 Extremely doubtful 13 , New Yojk, October IS.-The man agers of thrnieput)lican national cam paign ha e just completed an esti mate of how the States will jvote in the elect i n for President, to be held three weeks from yesterday. Their estimate is based on extensive re ports received last week from all sec-i tions of Ihe country. A final esti mate will be made a few days before the elect io.;, when the campaign is neari ig, end, and the Republican managers are confident -that they will be able at that time to take four or five Statf.s' out of the doubtful col umn. The estimate ot the Republican campaign managers gives 290 elector al votes as absolutely safe for Presi dent Roosevelt, lM for Parker and .13 doubtful. The total vote in the electoral col lege is 470; necessary to a choice, 230. The electoral votes by States that are classed as safe beyond possibility of change are: California 10 ACCIDENTS TO NOTABLES. Connecticut 7 Harper V Wwkly. Tdaho 3 ' ' . 1 1 lliiwiw .... ............ "T. ... .27 not hot! JJji ng .; t ha t impressed our jmi j., na .15 Iowa . ....13 minds last "month' was that the Presi- I dent, the Archbishop of .Canterbury and Mr. J.P.Moriran were all in rail road' accidents within twenty-four hours. That demonstrated at least, that the railroads "are no respecters lot persons. Not all the care, that is taken iu transporting the . President was able to prevent the tire from bursting off his locomotive wheel, but happily the 'machine, that bau!ed Caesar's fortunes was,"' just.', then go ing verv slowlv H' In the ease bttivMoi-jra 115 special 'that- smashed into a fei;lt locomo tive somebody was to blame, but the heavy Pulmanears pitected their passengers,,arit,r ItWl sfrYed engine mep. Stand ont a .small station plat form '", and watcli a fast train rush" by &tA you will wonder that any fast train, gets anywhere unsmashed. -They go like , projectiles. There will always be railroad accidents, 'but we have too many far too many in this countrv. There is something amiss; something notional, and pos sibly temperamental ner ooar. dt wmcu sue nati Deen greatly rk.. -:i.i., f i ;n troubled, jRhere are more testimonials ;.in ' . . faror of Hood's than can be published, j injure ..000 peYsons a year, even Hood vsaparjll premises tfl 1,'l,g1Ut,i"t- carry annually (as they euro and keeps the promise. do) 7o0;000,000 passengers. Kansas v-. Maine . . . . . Massachusetts . . Michigan Minnesota .... Nebraska ...... New IlampsTiire New Jeiey New York ...... North. Dakota . . Ohio ........ i Oregon . Pennsylvania . . l?hode Island . . South Dakota . . Vermont . . i . . . Washington. ; . .. Wisconsin . . .i. ...10 ...6 ...10 ...14 ...11 ... 8 ... 4 ...12 ...39 ... 4 ...23 ... 4 , . .34 ... 4 .. 4 ... 4 . . 5 , . .13 .200 Total Possibly Doubtful States. The States classed as close or doubtful are: " ' Colorado 5 Delaware .......... 3 Maryland S Montana ....... Nevada ..., . 3 Utalr ...... .i. 3 West Virginia 7 Wyoming ........ ............ J . 3 Torai 33 POLO PLAYED At Garfield School Between Eagles and Victors. One of the first lolo games of the season was played yestei'day when two teams the "Eagles" and the "Victors" from Garfield School met at the Coliseum. The Eagles com pletely outplayed their opponents and when the game was finished the score stood 25 to 3 in favor of the Eagles. Allison and Carter starred for the Eagles, while Fuller for the Victors played a fast game of polo. Allison won all the rushes with the exception cf three and made three goals from spot. The lineup was: Eagles Position Victors Allison first rush Fuller Carter .... second rush ....Johnson Spangler center Kemper half Mendenhall Haas Steinkamp goal Balzer WAS DEMOCRACY INSANE? If So, Bryan Was a Lunatic, Accord 1 ing to Mr. Cleveland. Democracy has "returned to san ity," said GroVer Cleveland recently, in an interview. This statement, made with all the solemn ponderosity of which Mr. Cleveland is capable, would imply that the Democratic party has been insane and its leaders a sot of luna tics. In previous interviews Mr. Cleve land contented himself with merely sayjng that Democracy had strayed from the right path after "strange Rods" when it embraced Eryanism, but since the defeat of the Bryan fac tion at St. Louis he has been secretly rejoicing over the anno rent downfall of his most bitter political enemy, and on Oct. 2. at Buzzard's Bay, he vir tually declared that Mr. Bryan was a madman. How do the friends of Mr. Bryan in Indiana. Illinois, Nebraska and other states relish having their leader called a lunatic? Insanity is lunacy, or mad ness, and if the Democratic party "has returned to sanity" it must first have been insane, and, by the same reason ing, if the party was insane because Bryan was its leader, Mr. Bryan him self must have been the chief lunatic. Candidate Parker is generally ad mitted to be a nonentity in his party a tool of Hill. Sheehan and others and what he says counts for little, but It is different when Mr. Cleveland talks. He is the oracle of the Eastern Democracy, and if he says Bryan is 'Insane it is certain he voices the sen timents of "sane" Democracy. How can the Bryanites indorse such a slander on their leader by supporting Parker? Mr. Cleveland declined to vote for Bryan on the ground that the Nebraskan was insane, but he will vote for Parker because he leads the "sane" Democratic ticket. An important point seems to have been forgotten by Mr. Cleveland. Parker voted twice for the Nebraska "lunatic" and was therefore one of the host of madn,r,n wlio composed "in sane" Democracy. Does Mr. Cleve land improve his position by now sup porting one of the madmen who voted for the leader of the "insane" Dem ocracy? Mr. Cleveland's thrust at Bryan was uncalled for. and will, no doubt, be resented at the polls, for the friends of (Mr. Bryan do not think he should be put in tJu straisntjacket class. It's Easier To Cure, Than Endure Pain. It is needless to sufTcr pain. It Is easier to take a Tain P1U and be cured. If you will proviue yourself with a 23c package of Dr. Miles' Anti-rain Pill3 you have the means of preventing: at tacks of pain, as well as a positive cure If you are subject to nervous or sicU headaches, neurulia, backache, men strual pains, stomach ache, , indigestion, nervousness; if you have dizry shells, sick stcmsch or headache vhile 1 ravel Ins car-sickness all that is necessary is to take one of Xr. Miles' Anti-rain Tills when first symptoms appear, or jast before starting out to visit or travel, and they -will soothe the irritated nerves, and free you-from all these Uisasreeable aflfections. In doins this you take no risks, be cause they are perfectly harmless, and you will have no other evidence of bav ins taken them than the knowleds that you are free from pain. They relieve and cure by reinvisorat lns and allaying the Irritation of the nerves, and by stimulatins the secre tions. "I am srlad to find the relief that Soms "with the knowledge that I am irecd from those terrible headaches that I have had all my life. All I have to do wnen I feel the approach of pain is to take one or two of Dr. Miles Anti-rain 1 uis and I am free from my sufferings or three, six or twelve hours duration." J. K- DAVIS. Prof. Nurse, and Health Officer. Turtle I.ake. Wis. jc a f-ackase. Never sold In bulk. "PT?'P, "vTrite to us for Free Trial X Xfclili packase of Dr. Miles' Anti Pain Pills, the New Scientific Remedy for Pain. Also Svmptom Blank. Our Specialist will diagnose your case, tell you what is wrons. and how to right it. Free. YiL MILES MKPIOAJj COw I-AXORATORIES, 3SI.K1IAUT, INU. For that tight feeling in your chest There is a remedy over 60. years old Ayer's Cherry Pectoral. Of course you have heard of it, probably have used it. Once in the family, it stays; the one household remedy for coughs and hard cold? on he chest. Ask vour doctor about it. i-lLATz&? x x x x x UHHWH i t t W a A H W m i I s He $ z I lie Getting the most for your money doesn't mean snap ping at the bait of low prices fatal blunder, that. WORTH ALWAYS COMMANDS ITS PRICE Our Hand Tailored Clothes re not for the teen who want to pay the least, but for him who wants to get the most for his outlay most in st3le, most in wear, most in all-round goodness. No other clothes like them. Price range, $8.50, $10, $12.50, 15, 16.50, $18 and $20 LOEHR & KLUTE 7?5 MAIN STREET F )R BEING WITHOUT M )NEY wheu you canborrow th amount you need here qu ckly and at the Lowest Rates of Interest. We have money to loan on .'ttraiture, pianos, teams, fisc lur :s, etc., without removal, or ia ton ds and watches left in pTe Ige, or on salaries. We make loans in Rich mond, Cambridge City. Dub- Milton, Centervil'e, Eaton and New Patis, so if you cannot call at our office, write or phoce us and our agent will call on you. Loans made on salaries, and on diamonds and Watches. Here are some of tfce terms of our weekly payment plan, allowing you fifty weeks in which to pay off your loan: - - 60c 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 telephore receive our prompt attention. oduorrDGDond LdDSiini (S- Established 1895. Home Phone 445. Room 8, Colonial Bldg $', M The Ideal's Bill of Fare For Thursday. Oct. I Granulated Sugar, 18 lbs for . . . . Forest Rose Flour, fine for bread or pastry, per 2 J lb sack Navy Beans, clean and white, 6 lbs for ... . ; 8 bars of Lenox or Swift's Pride Soap for . . 2 lbs best Lump Starch for . . ... Hawkeye Oats, 2 packages for . . . . . . 'i . s . Ralston Crisps. 2 packages for ...... Best Japan Rice. 6 lbs for Good Sugar Corn, two kinds, 3 cans for . . . . ...... Lima Beans, per lb ..... .......;. .."".'.... In Our Fancy Goods Department We have the following appetizeis: ,: .01.00 . 75c . 5c . 25c 7c .yvi5c . : i5c -'25c .', 25c . 7c Olives from lOc to S1.50 bottle Maraschino Cherries from 25c to 65c per bottle Royal Luncheon Cheese from lOc to 25c Fancy Sifted Peas from 15c to 30c per can Fancy Imported and American Mushrooms 2c to 30c Fancv Imported Sardines, from lOc to 25c r Fancy Salmon from lOc to 25c The following Fancy Fruits, and Vegetables at per can: Pitted Cherries SOc; Red Rasp berry, 25c t Black' Raspberry, 20c ; Midget Beets 15c: String. less Beans 15c ; French Beans 25c ; California Peaches Plnms, Apricots, Peats, etc., 25c. ; . Capers, Chico Sauce, Olive Oil, Salad Dressings, Meat Dressings. ' and others too numerous to mention. All ol this and more, too, at THE IDEAL GROCERY 914 Slain. Both Phones 180 t Watch for our art. Friday morning), 4 , i i Tortwn tatt.V T A T.T, ATJTTJM. WEDNESDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 19 1Q0I at