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RICHMOND DAILY PALLADITOI.SATTJRDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 5, 1904.
PAGE FOUR THE '.MEMBER ASSOCIATED PRESS PUBLISHED DAILY AND WEEKLY. AT 922 MAIN STREET. TELEPHONES: CENTRAL UNION HOME - 21 21 IMERED AT RICHMOND POSTOFFIOK AS 2l CLASH MATTER Lfcilv dllverd by carrier to any part of "the city for seven cents a west. SUHsCRIPTION RATES: DAILY o-t,sido cltv, six months, In advance.. $1 60 Oatslcle cirv. one month.ln advance.... Outside city, une year, m advance 8 00 WEEKLY T.y mail one year, $1.60 In advance. . . ., . .... , . '. -' ' ' ' JOHN S. F1TZCIBBONS, - Editor A. O. HOLL r, - Business Manager H. S. CARTER. Reportorl RAMSEY POUNDSTONE a I Staff UNION . Remember that one stay-at-home in a precinct was enough to defeat Jaint-s (r. Maine lVr the presidency. . j o ' Judge Abbott, who lias decided to vote for Roosevelt and Fairbanks, blade a splendid talk at Cambridge City last night. o A vote for Roosevelt and Fair banks" is a vote for protection, and a vote for protection lias always proved to be a vote for prosperity. o Democrats can have no sympathy with this agitation against divorce. They divorce themselves from their issues immediately after every elec tion. The .American workman will have no difficulty in remembering those happy Democratic days when the free trade bird built nests in every factory chimney in the land. Can anybody guess why the Sun Telegram publishes full lists of Re publican vice presidents for Repub lican meetings? Republican papers don't publish the Democratic lists. ''You need not be afraid of Par ker's silver views'' said Dry an in his speech at Marion, Indiana. Rry an knows that Parker always votes right on the silver question. Mr. Dry an says that Judge Parker is the Democratic Moses. The Pible tells us how Moses was buried, out side the Promised land, and that "no man knovveth of his sepulchre unto this day." It is the' proper spirit that resents an attempt tosprevent the casting of a legitimate vote. Let the same spirit animate the Republican Avhen he contemplates remaining at home on election day. A right that . is worth the having is worth exercising. The editor of the Sun-Telegram last evening was forced to say that Web Perry beat Chairman Gardner to the Italians and had them natur alized. We are glad to have him ac knowledge the fact. The Democrats are doing the same thing all over the State. , -. o The more we hear from Ksopus the more we have reason to believe that a Parker administration would do just what the Cleveland tariff re duction administration did in the way of legislating against the trusts and prosecuting them and that was a bsol u t e 1 y ' not h i ng. .j . o - To stay at home .-Republicans may not want to help the opposition, but it means the same as one vote cast for the opposition, nevertheless. One stay-at-home means a half vote in opposition to one's own party. No man' who believes in Republican 'poli cies and Republican principles eim afford to take this risk slight as it may seem to be on the face of it; o - In an interview prjnted, in the Indianapolis News on November 7, 1900, Johnr.VW. 'Kern referred ' ' to Governor' James A. Mount as "that little creature who has given to In diana the worst administration it has had in all its history.'' It is true that Governor Mount was not a giant in physical stature, but in men tal and moral size be towered like a giant over any man capable of re sorting to such contemptible mud slinging. In the light of these slan derous and cowardly expressions concerning the late Governor Mount, the campaign pretensions bt Mr. Kern to broad-mindedness must be interpreted as ..hypocritical. v$labll JUST BEFORE BREAKFAST A FEW ITEMS THAT ARE EAS ILY DIGESTED. MID PREPARED ESPECIALLY For People Who Eat Hurriedly and Chew Their Food on the Way To Their Work. There is a man in Orestes who is troubled with stomach trouble, so be was advised to try some of the many breakfast foods on the market. He bought a box of Grape Nuts and thought he would try that. The food was so hard that is simply wore his teeth off the same as though he had used a file and now he can't eat anything but soups. - -X- -X- Sing, oh, sing of Lidiii Pinkham And her love for the human race, How she sells her vegetable com pound And the papers publish her face. They publish her face. -x- -x- There are some people so unlucky that should it happen to rain soup they would be armed with pitchforks instead of scoop shovels. sr. i.: if. There are people in this country who are so blamed afraid of taking chances in life that should some one give the plum tree a shake they would get from under it for fear of being hit with a plum. w , v.- w V.- Si Perkins says he saw in the Podunkville Journal that they are making artificial eyes out of glass. He says the Journal is getting punk as everybody should have known that already; how could they see through them unless they were of glass. A photographer by. the name of Moore, has lately disappeared from his home at Marysville and the in habitants are wmryiug over the sit uation as Dill Drown insists that there is one Moore less. 9 ' Miss Susie Drown, of Drown coun ty, is visiting her uncle George Prom, at North Drown street. Miss D.own is a very charming ladj and is cutting quite a mustard in t i io city. She is a typical Drownite and her complexion is browned by ('o Drown county sun. .V. .V. if. . . The Kokomo Dispatch recently published an article in which it said that there were thirty-two passen-i ger trains and interurbans running' out of that place each day. Now7 the wonder to us is why do . people stay ; in Kokomo when they have ways of getting out. -A -A- -A VOTERS, MAKE YOUR CHOICE Roosevelt Parker Hay Hill Shaw Bryan Taft Belmont Moody McCarren Root Taggart Choate . Sheehan , Cortelyou Murphy Bliss . Tillman Crane Heflin Frye Meyer Cannon Vardaman And a host of the purest and most upright men in the nation. And a host of the most notor ious men in the Democratic party $17.20 Colorado and Return. Round trip winter tourist.,, ticket are on sale daily from Chicago to Denver, Colorado Cprings and Pue blo at the rate of $47.20 via the Chicago, Union. Pacific & North Westeru Line, good on fast through trains, with high class equipment. The best of everything. Correspond ingly low rates from all points. For maps, booklets and list of Colorado hotels with, rates apply to your home agent or address A. H. Waggener, Trav. Agent, 22 Fifth Avenue". Chi cago, Ills. .. Mrs. Frank Reese, of Elwood, spent the day with Mr. and Mrs. John Prookhart, 24 North Eleventh street. -'Mrs.' MeKee of Indianapolis is the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Theo. Newman of north sixteenth street. HEAR WATSON TONIGHT. THE PARTING OF THE WAYS. J udge Parker said, in bis speech at the Madison Square Garden last Monday night: "We have come to the parting of the ways," and never was tfcere; a truer statement made than this. We have come to the point in this campaign where the American jeople must choose be tween the gang as ex-Governor Hogg, of Texas, calls them who is in charge of Mr. Parker's campaign and the men with whom the presi dent has surrounded himself as friends and advisers. Should Judge Parker be elected President, he will not only be compelled to recognize and reward each and every member of the gang, but he "will undoubtedly delight in so doing. David B. Hill can either be Secretary of State or Secretary of the Treasury. A place must be found for Mr. Sheehan and for Mr. Taggart and for Mr. Bel mont and for Mr. McCarren and for Mr. Meyer and for Mr. Murphy, to say nothing of the lesser lights, who will be placed at the head of depart ments or made ambassadors and min isters abroad to represent this coun try among the foreign nations of the earth. For the first time in pur. his tory the great trusts will be repre sented in the Cabinet. The Stand ard Oil Company, the Sugar Trust, the Street Railway Trust, the Coal Trust, and the worst of all Trusts Tammany Hall. The affairs of this count ry will be controlled by these men as the Democratic campaign has been managed by.. them, without any idea as to the best, interests of the country or the welfare of the people, but with the single end in view of profit to their own interests. We have indeed come to the part ing of the ways, and it is for the American people now to decide whe ther we shall sec Theodore Roosevelt succeeded by Judge Parker; whether we shall see John Hay and William H. Taft, and Moody and Shaw and the other Cabinet members, as well as Choate and Porter and other am bassadors, succeeded by the gang which has made in American politics the most disreputable campaign that we have ever gone through. For tunately there seems no doubt what ever as to the result, and' yet every Republican should awake to the im portance of the great issue of this campaign, and see to it that his vote is cast surely and early on next Tuesdav morning. Vagaries of a Cold. You can never be quite sure where a cold is going to. hit you. In the fall and winter it may settle in the bowels, producing severe pain. Do not be alarmed nor torment your self Avith fears of appendicits. At the first sign of a cramp take Perry Davis' Painkiller in warm, sweeten ed water and relief comes at once. There is but one Painkiller, Perry Davis'. 2.1 and 50 cents. "THE RUBE" AS PEACEMAKER Slippery Rock, Penn., Nov. 4. The Normal reserves found no trouble in defeating Prospect High School team by a score of 17 to 9. Prospect was easily 2t pounds heavier, but knew very little of the college game. The only "Ruge', Waddell chaper oned the light, school lads and acted as coach, referee and umpire, but where he really started was in the hole of pacificator. Smith, the local center, and Weigel, center for high school, started to mix things, because the latter accused Smith of calling him hard names. Defore the fray had warmed to the proportions of a Japanese outpost skirmish "Rube" broke through the center, and, grab bing the husky Weigel by the neck, commanded him, in the most impres sive "Stain of Guit" voice, to shake hands with Smith. Sulky, but sub dued, Weigel took Smith's diminu tive digits in a brawny paw. Then "Rube" concluded the uove-of-peace business by handing Weigel a solid jolt on the jaw, with the sooth ing exclamation: "There. you. that 's right. Only Makes a Matter Worse. Perhaps you have never thought of it, but the fact must be apparent to every one that constipation is caused by a lack of water in the sys tem, and the use of drastic cathar tics like the old fashioned pills only makes a bad matter worse. Cham berlain's Stomach and Liver Tablets are much more mild and gentle in I their effect, and when the proper', does is taken their action is so nat- i ural that one can hardly realize it is the effect of a medicine. Try a 25 cent bottle of them. For sale by A. O. Luken and W. II. Sudhofr, Fifth and Main streets. John Strauss, of Cincinnati, was in the city yesterday on business. He is the father of Miss Jessie Strauss, who was in Richmond last September as a violin soloist with the Sousa band. HEAR WATSON TONIGHT. A WARNING AGAINST APATHY. Chairman Dabcock of the Repub lican National Congressional Com mittee sounded a note cf warning a few days ago. against the charge of apathy in the congressional cam paign. He pointed out that whereas all indications seem to promise a sweeping Republican victory on the Presidential ticket, it would be pos sible to win such a victory, and yet lose the House of Representatives this through conditions local to the congress districts. Chairman Babeock's warning was addressed not only to Republicans, but to. the independent voters and the fcrmer Gold Democrats who have helped to elect Republican Houses in times past. It is reason able to assume, he thought, that these voters would rally again to the support of policies which their votes in the past had helped to sus tain. There was additional ground for their assumption in the fact that some of these policies are yet to be rounded out jfo fulled proportions and perfected and others to be pre served fro mbeing tampered with by unfriendly hands. The warning o f the Chairman of the Congressional Committee was di rected chiefly against apathy and in difference. He had no reason to as sume that there had been any change of political opinion among these vot ers since the Congressional election of two years ago. It was reasonable to take it for granted that the Gold Democrats who voted for the Re publican . Representative two yeans ago because he did not want to take any chances on imperiling the exist ing financial standard, would vote the same way this year, when the j Democratic party seems astraddle of j the fence on the money question ' the free silver action of the resolu-j tions committee of the convention on the one side, and Judge Parker's gold telegram on the other. He could take it for granted that the voters who had helped to elect a House that passed the present tariff law and were realizing its benefits would vote this year to sustain the party which protects that law from the onslaughts of free traders. It was easy to believe that the men who had backed up a Republi can Congress in framing the Philip pines law. would still support the laws they had helped to make and would not align themselves with those who would undo them; that the voters avIio had demanded the Panama canal would not go against the party which brought about rea lization of their demands. Indeed, it was because all these assumptions seemed so reasonable that the party managers scented pos sible danger: niany voters appeared to think the outcome so certain that there was no need for exertion in the campaign. There are many Congressional dis tricts in which the vote was so close two years ago that an appreciable degree of apathy would spell danger. The Republicans, Independents and Gold Democrats who have supported j the Republican candidate for Con gress in the past must again stand. on their guard and work and vote for their principles and the policies ' in which they believe. 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