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RICHMOND DAILY PALLADIUM, THURSDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 27. 1904.
4 n UOfflK r-miirs The unprecedented selling In this department the last several weeks assures us of another successful season of Ladles FlneZWearlng Apparel . . . t Every garment is marked with unquestionable excellence, style and qual ity. The great care given to the selection of these garments is alone a sufficient guarantee of their excellence. 1 Low prices and good values for choice stylish garments is a fas cination few ladles can resist. Read of the remarkable purchasing opportunities this ever growing and prosperous department presents. READ OF THE GRAND $7.50 CLOAK OFFERINGS $7.50 r, blu, black . lining, with S7.50 Ladies' stylish Novelty Coats, lengths, IU11 DOX DaCK, wif n strop client splendid $12.60 values only . . . Ladies' all wool Kersey Coats, in castor, blue, black and Havana colors, guaranteed satin lining, with loose back, strap enects. suicnea strap trimming in front and back easily worth S 12, tpecial . . . . Ladies' Novelty Manish Coats in three-quarttr lengths, full box plaited back, with r ft strap velvet coat collar, a most sty- X nil lish street garment, special . ... VI IUW Ladies' all wool Kersey Coats, 27-inch lengths, in . . . . 3 -w-r 1 .J blue. DiacK, casior ana navana, uauusuuiciy trimmed in stucnea Dana ana Draias, half strap in back good $ 10 num ber, special ... ........ Special Cloak Values at $1000. $12.50, 18.50, $20.00, $22.50, up to $30.00 Every garment exclusive and exceptional in value and style. , A Word About Children's Coats Assortments, styles and prices are always pleasing to the mothers. Here you find a goodly collection for selection in Broadtails, Velvets, Corduroy, Wool, Astrakins and Bedford Cords i a abundance. Splendid values at all prices dsotnely S7.50 HANDSOME FURS AT REDUCED PRICES Furs marked with an elegance almost irrisistable. Special opportunities that will make Fur, fine, real and natural fur fly, the ; next few days in our fur dept. Large size Coney Neck Scarfs, 76c to $3.00 S5.00 Fine Sable and Isabelle Fox Fur Neck nieces, natural' tails, worth up to $10.00, special "'. Over 500 different neck pieces, comprising all styles and kinds of fur pieces, all special values, every one a Fur Bargain. LADI ES' FINE FU R COATS 30 fine garments for inspection Near Seal, Elec tric Seal and Sealskin, with Otter, Besfver, Mink and Siberian Squirrel fur trimmings. A line that has cre ated utmost enthusiasm among lovers of fine fur gar ments. Assortments and styles, though, have no comparison in Richmond. See the special values in Fur Coats $25, $35, $45, $65, $75 to $300 Don't forget GRAND ORIENTAL RUG SALE ALL THIS WEEK. It The Only Way To Get Ahead in the world is to save a part of yortr income regularly. A deposit with :: SDDosCxfliracGDDuTfirQiiGtKSaD. Will earn you 3 per contfinterest Compounded semi annually May 1 and November 1. Ready cash has saved many a man. A savings account is always ready. Safety Deposit Building LOCAL BREVITIES. George Miller went to Chicago last evenim C. h. Colburn last evening. went to Chicago Quicker Money Money loaned on watches, diamonds, jewelry, and all articles of value, at a moment's notice. You biing the article and take the money away with you. ' A lot of unredeemed watches, diamonds and other articles for sale at all limes. Overcoats almost as good as new. A trial will con vince you. Business strictly cotifidenti il. . ... - Open evenings. AMERICAN LOAN CO. - 526 Main Street . .. . Dr. Harry Weist and wife are spending a few days in Chicago. 6. Comstock, of Dayton, is the i guest of local friends. Dr. Park for high class dentistry, 8 N. Tenth street. Lady assistant. Master "Walter Jones, of Kokomo, , is visiting relatives here. Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Rupe, of Li ma, O., are visiting relatives here. Take the Dayton & Western cars to the New Cedar Springs Hotel, now open. tf Miss Nellie Moore -has returned to Logansport, after visiting local rel- atives. Moore the real estate man, over 8 North Seventh street has several houses for rent. Go 'and see him today. Miss .Hazel Lough has returned after visiting friends at Wabash, and Indianapolis. Every reputable person in the city is invited to attend the Charity Ball Friday evening, October 2Sth. It will be a social gathering of large numbers and brilliant entertainment. Mrs. Herriet Valentine has gone to nillgert, N. C, to spend several months with relatives. Typewriters, all makes, rented, sold. Rentals $3 to $5 per month. Repairs and ribbons for all machines fyrell, W. U. Tel. office. Phone 26. Counity Superintendent Charles W. Jordan has gone to St. Louis to attend the Fair. Miss Martha McGee, of this city, is visiting Mrs. Erastus Wilson, at Marion. " J- ' : ' Faultless Creams, can't be counted in the same class as ordinary crack ers. They stand by themselves the peer of all. Try them. II. Ti. Martin, of Kansas City, is visiting relatives in the city. Baked fresh every day. When you buy the Cream crackers with Fault less on it, you buy the best there is. Mrs. Georgf Kelly, of Anderson, is visitimr relatives and friends in this city. When you buy Faultless Creams you buy the freshiest, best, crispiest, sweetest tasting cream crackers sold. Insist on that kind. 26-tf Let us not forget while we are en joying all of the good things of life that the poor, sick and destitute of the city need our sympathy and as sistance. Buy tickets for the Chari ty Ball, Friday evening, October 2S, at the Coliseum. . Mrs. Grace Porterfield Pik came from Indianapolis jesixrday to visit local relatives. Mrs. C. A. Brehm wishes to an nounce that she will continue the big redaction sale, on all hats, this week. Hon. Charles E. Sliiveley return ed from Nashville, Tenn., yesterday. He has been attending the meeting of the finance committee of the Su preme Lodge Knights of Pythias. - The Penny Club will give a supper Monday evening, October; 31st, at G;. A. R. hall from o:3$ to 7:00 o'clock". Mrs. L. I)., Moore, of St. Louis, who has been the guest of Miss Grace R.obie, returned home yester day. ;' "-' . Miss Alice Ilines left yeterday to vinit friends at Frankfort. Why not buy Faultless Cream Crackers? They cost no more than other' kind. Faultless Creams are the Acme of perfection in the cracker world. They can't be beat. Eat Faultless Cream Crackers. They are good. Attend our great oriental rug sale. Oriental rugs repaired by a native Armenian. Lee B. Nusbaum. , 26-3t Those who buy tickets for the Charity Ball will help to relieve the sick and helpless widows and little children of the city during the cold winter months. No hope is given for the recovery of Charles Page former superintend ent of police. Mr. Page was in a very weak condition last evening and the attending physician did not think he could last much longer. Mrs. L. H. Bunyan and Mrs. Dr. Haughton went to Portland this morning to the Annual Convent ion of the Woman's Home Missionary Society of the North Indiana Confer ence. Mr. Edward S. Marks, district ROOSEVELT DEFENDED (Continued From First Page.) en conscience renounce their present attitude and pray for the success o a party which has accomplished this mighty change, and of a leader whose nr.me is honored in the most remote-portions of the earth! It is not a cause of the "big stick"; it is a case of a big neighborly spirit. That is today the inspiration of Theodore Roosevelt in his treatment of for eign nations and j copies. America Respected Around the World. There is today no nation in all the world that i so loved and respect ed in Asia and in South America as the United States. Even a blind, deaf and dumb man traveling around the pathway of empire cannot aoid being convinced of this fact. Why, then, all this outcry against the President and the "big stick"? Why all this clamor about imper ialism There can be no change for the better; Democratic success at the polls, if we could judge of the probable policy of that parly from its exponents, would mean a change for the worse.' Our prestige would be lowered and without doubt our commerce would be decreased, with resul tant injury to American labor and ca pital. The average laboring man may think that he i$ only concerned with home policies, but it is of the highest necessity that he should also consider the foreign relations of the United States. We should stand for Roosevelt, the protector and promul gator of markets abroad for the products of American labor, as well as for Roosevelt, who stands for the protection of the legitimate rights of labor at home in its relations with capital. - History Justifies Panama Canal Policy. The Democrats have done everything in their power to make politi cal capital out of the Panama .situation, but they are failing ignomini ously. Why? Because every development since the revolution on the 3d of November, 1003, has justified the action and poliey of President Roose velt. There are coming, even from the heart of Colombia, reports that the people of that country are realizing that they made a great mistake in their treatment of the United States, and they must blame their own selfish political loaders instead of the President of the United States for the loss of Panama. Only recently one of the leading statesmen of South America described the men of influence in Columbia who refused to ratify the Hay-Herran -treaty, which would have settled the whole question and kept the canal in Columbian territory, as "political high waymen, who without conscience or principle had robbed their own native land of her sacred birthright." The principal newspapers - of South America, which first criticised the President's policy towards Colombia and Panama when they were ignorant of nil the surrounding facts, now calmly and logically commend his attitude and position. ' Prevented Civil War on the. Isthmus. In Panama men, regardless of former political affiliations, are unani mous in declaring that, if the President had pursued any other method than he did, civil war would have broken out, great loss of property and life would have resulted, and traffic across the isthmus would have been permanently interrupted in direct negation of the treaty of the United States with Colombia. No impartial student of facts, who has -investigated the entire case, taking into consideration practical conditions as well as theoretical conceptions, can do other than commend the Presi dent's Panama policy. deputy '.of the ; Twentieth Century Fraternal Insurance Society, expects' to 'pcrihanentlv " locate in this city. He has beeiv in the insurance busi ftVss'for over 'twentv Vears and is an fpect in his line'. ' SPECIAL CLOAfc OPENING. ONE OF THE LARGEST NOV ELTY CLOAK HOUSES OP NEW YORK WILL HAVE THEIR REP RESENTATIVE WITH US FOR ONE DAY. THURSDAY, OCTOBER 27, AND WILL SHOW AND BE PRE PARED TO DELIVER A LARGE AND HIGH CLASS LINE OF NOV ELTIES IN LADIES' CLOAKS AND EVENING WRAPS. LADIES INTERESTED IN SEEING A' LINE OF GARMENTS OUT OF THE ORDINARY AND RARELY SHOWN IN CITIES THE SIZE OF RICHMOND SHOULD NOT FAIL TO CALL AT OUR STORE TODAY. LEE B. NUSBAUM. PEOPLE'S COLUMN All ads. under the above head will c harged for at rate one-half cent a word. Such Item a Lost, Found, Help Wanted, etc, Inserted free. WANTED-41,144 people to attend the painters' dance October 27, at Maccabee hall. , 23-5 TOR SALE Old papers tor sale at the Palladium office, 15 cents hundred and soma thrown in. FOR SALE Frost Killer heatingr stove, No. 1604 Main street. 20-2 No Court. There were no cases tried yester day in the circuit court owing to J u dure Fox's absence from the city. FOR RENT Two furnished rooms ; for gentlemen lodgers at 1100 Main street. ? 25-4t Members of Osceola Tribe I, 0. It. M. are requested to be present at joint meeting tonight with Hoken tiaiuuiia Tribe to notify release of hall. By order of Trustees. "Donations Desired." All persons having any articles suit able for the Rummage Sale to be con ducted by Ladies of First M. E. church commencing Tuesday, Novem ber 1st, will please call phone 97S or and thev will be called for. i- 27-0t. DANCING SCHOOL. MRS. KOLP'S FRIDAY EVEN ING CLASS WILL BE POST PONED UNTIL FRIDAY, NOV. 4, ON ACCOUNT OF THE FLOWER MISSION DANCE. Georg Kruger (Pianist) Mr. Kruger. has appeared fre quently in concerts at lierlin, and afterwards made an important eon cert tour through Russia, where lie was received with the highest favor; later also in Germany and Sweden, receiving everywhere the noblest en comiums of the art critics in ti e leading cities of Europe. As a vir tuoso pianist he takes conspicuous rank among the musicians of the present day. His- brilliant and im passioned playing is certain to make his recitals events of moment in ev ery community which he may visit. GRAND EXHIBIT OF FANE FURS ITniTTinJ mti tJf Mr. A. N. Leventhal, who needs no introduction to the Kichmond public, will have on sale in R WEJM M , iUUlLUJjGr tll9 0ur store his magnificent and complete line of Fine Furs, deluding ' . - - ' ' 1 '.' ' " - JACKETS, CAPES, MUFFS and BOAS of every description in all known Furs n This will be the only opportunity to see the line this year. The vast superiority of these furs is testified to by hundreds of Richmond ladies who have bought during the past ten year?,' He will be prepared to give estimates on REPAIR WORK. BOSTOIT STORE ZE3T. O. BLA I