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RICHMOND DAILY PALLADIUM, SATURDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 5, 1904.
PAGE FIVE .d Mealtlh it ifc Mldreflii Children especially are fond of dainties, and the housekeeper must look carefully to their food. As good cake can be made only with good eggs, so also a cake that is health ful as well as dainty must be raised with a pure and perfect baking powden Royal Baking Powder is indispensable in the preparation of the highest quality of food. It imparts that peculiar light ness, sweetness and flavor noticed in the finest cake, biscuit, doughnuts, crusts, etc., and what is more important, renders the food wholesome and agreeable to young and old. ROYAL BAKING POWDER CO., NEW YORK. 4- AM 4- ; persed to meet in two weeks with Mrs. Howe, 37 South Fifth street. -Jf 4fr -sf Mrs. Omar , Hollingsworth and lauhters, Misses Juliet-ami Carolyn entertained for Mrs. Frank Elder, of New York, at whist vesterday afternoon at their home in West- cott Place. Prizes were won by Mrs. George Williams and Mrs. Frank MeCnrdy. A dainty luncheon was served. The house was decorated with chrysanthemums and they also formed the favors. The guests formed nine tables. Sfr The Tourist Club met with Mrs. J. B. Dougan last evening at her home in North Tenth street. A pa per on "The. Japanese People, Home Life, Customs and Status of the Women" was read by Mrs. David Dennis. The discussion was on "Should American Women Adopt a Conventional Dress," was led by Mrs. Lodwick. The History Club meets tomorrow afternoon at 2:30 at the home of Mrs. Frank Glass, of 2203 East Main street. A paper will be read by Mrs. Margaret. Miller. The Frances E. Willard'w. C. T. U. met yesterday at Rhoda Temple, the usual business being transacted. A committee was appointed to ar range for a public meeting in the near future. The regular meeting will occur next Friday, November 11, at the temple when Mrs. Hannah Grave and Mrs. Eliza Ncrris will have charge of the program. JAPS STILL ASSAULTING FORT ARTHUR AND ARE FIND STUBBORN RESISTANCE DOGS SENT OUT By the Japanese After the Russian Sentinels and Their Outposts Other Forts. THE NORTH SEA INCIDENT A-' KS J j W ' 1 i i J w .i i IZvU Csn't do it? Haven't caourh to your own hair? hair? It must be vou do not Knov Ayer s "Heir vigor.' Hero s cn introduction ! May the acquaintance result in q heavy growth of rich, thick, glossy hair! And we know you will never be gray. lowiFm; Tsar wBresr FIM.it ?li-.t : 2& 11 1 M&EX. SJ KM) At the morning service at 10:IH), tomorrow, Miss Mary Jackson, a teacher in the Haines Normal school at Augusta, Georgia, will deliver an address, on "The Freedmen" in the Second t Presbyterian church and at the evening service at 7:30 at tlie First Presbyterian church she will also give an address. .V. .'A .Y. . i A Miss Ada Woodward and Kleonora Robinson will serve as hostess for the weekly whist party at the Coun try Club this afternoon. w -X- r The Daughters of Pocahontas will meet as usual this evening in the I. 0. O. F. Hall. Following the regu lar routine of business, a social hour will be .in interesting feature. All members are earnestly requested to be present. -a- -a- The recently organized Whist Club composed ot sixteen married people, will hold a meeting, this evening, at the home of -Mr. and Mrs. Harmon Meyer, in South Ele venth Street. -x- -Jfr Mrs. Frank Glass will entertain the History Club this evening at her home in East Main street. A niee program has been prepared and a most enjoyable meeting anticipated, tt - The Happy Hour Circle was de lightfully entertained at .it's month ly meeting, at the home of Mrs. E. J. Ilurapo. Needlework was an import ant feature, followed by a social hour and a dainty luncheon in two courses. The hostess for the De cember meeting will be Mrs. Will Barte-1, 320 South Twelfth Street. Col. W. R. Holloway, United States consul to Nova Scotia; Mrs. W. If. Tripp' and Mrs. John W. Lov- Catarrh Invites Consumption It -weakens the delicate lung tissues, deranges the digestive organs, and breaks down the general health.' It often causes headache and dizzi ness, impairs the taste, " 6mell and hearing, and affects the voice. Being a constitutional disease it re quires a constitutional remedy. Hood's Sarsaparilla Radically and permanently cures ca tarrh of the nose, throat, stomach, bowels, and more delicate organs. Bead the testimonials. No substitute for Hood's acts like Hood's. Be sure to get Hood'6. I was troubled with catarrh 20 years. Seeing statements of cures by Hood's Sar saparilla resolved to try it. Four bottle's entirely cured me." William Brzbmax, 1080 6th St Milwaukee, Wis. Hood's Sarsaparilla promises to cure and keeps the promise. ett, of this city, went to Greensbrug last evening1 as guests of honor at a dinner given by Mrs. Lovett's father former Lieutenant Governor Will Cuniback. A reception was given at the Cuniback home in the evening, to which one hundred guests were in vited. Mr. Holloway gave an inter esting talk on Russia. Indianapolis News. The Ladies' Aid Society which was to have met yesterday but post poned its meeting on account of the Missionary Convention in session, have arranged to give a dime social, November eleventh at the home of Mrs. K. M. Lacey, 22 Ninth Seven teenth Street. -X- -X- -X- Mrs. K. E. Price was hostess yes terday 'afternoon at her -home in Lincoln street for a very prettily appointed thimble party. About fifteen ladies were present and en joyed the hours at needlework and general sociability interspersed with musical selections, Master Albert Pierce entertaining the guests in his usual happy manner with the fa vorite "Jaekel Frost." The parlors and dining room, wherein an appro priate Hallowe'en luncheon was served, were very attractive in their decorations of corn, pumpkins and mellow lights from numerous shaded candles, strands of pumpin seeds be ing given as facors. The affair was one of the most successful and en joyable of the Hallowe'en season. -V. .. .V. A 4 The Athenaea Literary Society spent a mosti enjoyable afternoon yesterday at the home of Mrs. Rena Randall in East Main street. Ex cellent papers on "Holland,' ' "Art of the Netherlands," "Delph Pot tery" were read by Belle Gardner, Ethel Heed, and Anna J. Horn, which were unusually interesting and entertaining, while the serial, part three of- which was given by Emma Hoover, was ably handled and gives promise of developing in to one of the most fascinating of romances. "Timely Topics," pre- i sented by Mary -L Johnson, added interest to the already instructive program given and with the appoint ment of Margaret Wicket t, 37 South Nineteenth street, as hostess for the next meeting, in two Aveeks hence. tho ladies adjourned, i - j The Banner Social, an organiza tion of recent origin, enjoyed a very interesting session at the G. A. . hall yesterday afternoon. The prin cipal business of the aftetrnoon's meeting was the election of officers which resulted as follows: Mrs. L. E. Pleasants, president: Mrs. Mary j Price, treasurer,-, and Mrs. Anna Brown, secretary. After a pleasant hour spent socially the - social dis- BISHOP VINCENT (Continued from 1st page.) in the stars. Our church will never reach its possibilities until it be comes a missionary church. The best civilization that can be carried into foreign lands is carried by mis sions. The reason that we have such good success with the missions in Europe is that we have access to many parts of Europe that the State church can not reach. We are liked in Europe because we are Americans. We represent ideas of civilization and freedom, the republican idea, .which is unmixed with the ideas of socialism. As Americans we com mand the respect of the world. Each year thousands of foreigners come into our own count rj expecting to find peace here and have .happy homes. J ask you all to be Christ like to these people." The bishop spoke of the Women's Foreign Missionary Society in Rome and the work that is being done. He also spoke of the institute for the training of girls endowed by Mrs. Crandon, of Evanston, 111., al so of the mission in Bulgaria, under the management of Miss Lucy Black burn. This mission is where the young girls of Rome and Bulgaria are educated and receive new ideas of womanhood and are being led in to a new spiritual atmosphere Continuing the bishop said : "The best work of women is in the training of children in the homes and I advise a firm and i:i rental con trol in all homes and the establish ment of a prayer service in the fam ily. It is one of my missions to in sist upon vocal prayer in the family circle. American women do not let your religion be a thing of profes sion. Light the lamp of family de votion, carry on your good work by organizing, by giving and by ex acting home influence by personal piety." The societv will meet one vear from now at the First M. E. church in this citv. MISSING ;A Well Known Citizen of Brazil has i . Disappeared. Brazil, Ind., November 4. Jesse Kaynolds, forty-two years old, is missing from his home in this city. He bade his family good by and started to the postolnee last Sunday morning, and nothing has been seen or heard of him since. His wife did not report the matter to the po lice until today. She fears he has met with foul play. It is not known that he had any enemies, and he was in good spirits when he left home. Parsons, W. Va.. Nov. 4. Ex-Senator Davis spoke here to"an audience which filled the town hall. He is scheduled to speak today at the Pulp Mill, Moore, Montrose, Keren, Beverly, Valley Bend. Mill Creek. Huttonville and Elkins. May Have Been Some standing by Signals -War Notes. Misunder-Other t . r A A A K K A A W K 1C R A A wSi What differentiites com monplace "ready made' from custom-tailored clothes? Just this : The average clothing manu facturer makes up gar ments in great quantities, and they're all as alike as many ices from one mold no individuality about them . . '. . A. B. & Co.'s Hand .Tailored Clothing (our kind) have the char acter that comes from hand work, from the care that expert tailors, proud of their skill, give to the product of their fingers. Prices Moderate tUMWtV t ("he Foo, November 4. When the last advices were received here, the Japanese were still assaulting the outer forts of Port Arthur. The Russians were resisting with their usual stubbornness, but it is believ ed by the Japanese resident in this city that the capture of the city is only a question of hours. St. Petersburg, November 4. A special dispatch from Mukden says the Japanese are using dogs to lo cate the position of the Russian sentinels and outposts. . St. Petersburg, November 4. The possibility that there may have been some misunderstanding of signals in the North sea, when the trawlers were fired on, is suggested in an or der issued by vice-admiral Chouk nin, commander of the Black sea fleet, which records the fact that officers of the latter fleet are so m familiar with the new code system adopted by the Admiralty that dur ing the recent maneuvers not a sin gle ship understood or obeyed the admiral's signals. Tangier, November 4. Yice-ad-miral Rojestvensky paid a round of visits today. He called on the com mander of the French cruiser Kle ber. on the commander of the British cruiser Diana, and on Mohammed El Torres, the representative at Tan- gier of the Sultan of Morocco. The usual salutes were fired. Moham med El Torres returned the admir al's call at the Russian lesration. $10.00, $12.50, $15.00, $18.50 and $20.00 LOEHR & KLUTE 725 MAIN STREET i ate i $ S 1 3F"3F8.1ESJJr3r. PISH Y J EVERY ONE A UEU'TY. ? Trout, Whitefisli, Pickerel, Bluefish jj Catfish and Herring, at I THE QUAKER CITY Fish, Oyster and Poultry Market 1029 Main St. Home I'houe 393 CENTRAL LEAGUE POLO GAMES LAFAYETTE DEFEATED IN A ROUGH GAME MULLEN AND WARNER fJavitt rush Ilarkins MeKey center Had ley Devlin .... half back Wood Tihbitts jroal Mullen Score Lafayette 4, Terre Haute ti Rushes Warner , Ilipson C. Stops Tibbitts 24, Mullen 33. Fouls McKey, Warner, Hadley and Mullen. 1 e f e ree Mora n . A 1 1 e n d a n c e 1.273. First Period. X oal. Second Period. Ilarkins 3:05. Ilipson 3:35. Ilipson :49. Warner :53. Ilipson 1 :50. Third Period. Cavitt :42. Hadley 4:35. Hipson 1 'AG. (Javitt :24. Oavitt :50. CHESTER LADY Came to Blows During the Game Terre Haute Were the Victors. P. W. L. Pet. . Danville 3 . 3 0 1000 i Ft. Wayne... 2 2 0 1000 Lafayette . . . 3 . 1 : 2 .333 . Logansport . T 1 2 .333 Kokomo 11 1 2 .333 Terre Haute.. 4 1 3 .250 . ! Died at An Early Hour This Morn ing. The mother of Charles Wyatt, near Chester, died at an early hour this rnorninr. She had been sick for about four weeks. Paralysis caused her death. Mrs. Wyatt was seventy- SPECIAL OFFER - $100 Scholar ship for $50. Including complete cour ses In Telegraphy, Train I)epa tcbing, Railway Accounting, Locomotire Kngineeriiig and Firing, Baggageman and Brake man. Diplomas recog nized by railroad com panies through oat the United States. Graduate holding the highest po sitions in tberailway ser Tice Positions lursished. RESIDENT or Mail soars es. Enclose stamp for Address Dept. Q. JOHNSON'S PRACTICAL RAILWAY. TELEGRAf H INSTITUTE Indianapolis, Ind. ' for his logical and forcible manner of presentation of the subject to the people, will speak at the New Pril lips Monday evening, November 7. As this is the closing effort of the Socialists for this campaign, the meeting is being well advertised and a large attendance and warm reception is anticipated. SHORT TELEGRAMS Columbus, O., Nov. 4. The Su preme court today overruled the motion of Harry R. Probasco for a writ of mandamus against Judge Dissette of Cleveland, ordering him to vacate his restraining orders pre- four years of age. Arrangements venting Probasco from taking depo- funeral have not been made. I sitions in Miami and Erie Transpor tation case, i -Clinton, Ind., Nov. 4. Today Sen ator Fairbanks' train travelled through the coal mining regions of southern Indiana from Terre Haute to Evansville. lie was everywhere greeted by large crowds. lor tiu HARPS TOE Won for Indiana in the Contest with Wabash. HEAR WATSON TONIGHT. (Special to the Palladium.) Lafayette, Ind.. November 4. La fayette was defeated on its own floor tonight by Terre Haute by a score of (J to 4 in a verv rough irame. Mul Ion and Warner came to blows on the floor and nearly the entire two teams were mixed up in the scrap. Spot .Hadley got into the game and succeeded in making a goal. The first period was rather a listless one Socialist Speaking, and neither side scored. H. H. Caldwell National Commil- Lafayetto pos. Terre Haute tceman from Ohio, a Socialist speak- Warner ...... rush ...... Hipson 'er of National Reputation and noted (Special to the Palladium.) Craw fords ville, Ind., November 4. Indiana. 'by' the skin of its teeth defeated Wabash here today. Quar terback Hare of the State school kicked a goal in the first half with four minutes to play. Both sides presented a very ragged line up as a number of the best men were out of the game on account of injuries. In diana played seven subs throughout the game. Rome, Nov. 4. The pope today re sumed his audiences, but is forbid den to go but. , . . Rochester, N. Y., Nov. 5. Because Dean, the foreman of a gang of Italians constructing a trolley road, required his men to work in a swamp they attacked him with knives. Dean fired, killing one or possibly two and fatally wounding the third. Deau will die. HEAR WATSON TONIGHT. HEAR WATSON TONIGHT.