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. ! .. : WEATHER Try a Want Ad in the Palladi- nm today. r v warmer Today. : ; WEEKLY FBTABL1PHED 1881. DAILY EfTABLlPBP I 17. RICHMOND DALLY PALLADIUM, SATURDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 12. 1904- ONE CENT A COPY. Roosevelt Is Elected The .Daily BallaMliia i mm NEW FACTORIES ARE SEEKING LOCATIONS IN THIS CITY AT PRESENT NOTHING DEFINITE :w.-f'- Was Decided Converning the New Concerns Other Matters of Interest. r All INDORSEMENT IS MADE Of the Work of the Associated Char itiesNew Quarters Are Well Equipped. . Last night the ' Merchants Asso ciation of Richmond held one of the first meetings in the new permanent quarters in the Masonic Temple. The merchants to the number of ahont seventy-five were in attend ance and the session wits a systemat ic rind, harmoniously working one. A ehief fondue was the application of new factories for the city. Agents for these lactones were present last night-and endeavored to secure opin ions fro nit he. merchants favorable to the factories. Everything is yet , Jn a practically indefinite stage and last night V meeting brought out -but a few minor points determining either the location of the new fac tories or of the time when they will come to this city. , It is practically assured, lwnvever, and thisxassurance was greatly strengthened by last night's session, that Richmond will secure through the Merchants' Asso ciation new manufacturing concerns. At the next meeting something of a more definite nature in regard to the new concerns will be decided upon. ! The Seidel-Swayne buggy company was talked of a little. An important item of business was the accepted proposition to aid the Associated Charities and a state ment was read setting forth that the association desired to co-operate in veiy possible way with the Associ ated Charities and appealing to ichmond citizens to perform their haritable works through the niedi im of this organized charitable so- tv. The .merchants,' as individu- ils, were asked to contribute to the ssocinted Charities and the work of his oragnization was heartily in- lorsed. Several other matters of msiness out ot the usual routine kere transacted and several talks of practical nature on business prin- iples were given, v? f : f The association Avill endeavor to ecure a permanent '-secretary,- able-. r devote all of his time to the jlerical labor, and who will have Jiargo of the new quarters No con- (usion, However, was reat-ueu m uus atteiv The rooms will be fitted lip ith telephones, periodicals, reading :oms, etc.. and will he maue a Wting and visiting place for all isiness men. The association, as Vown by last light's meeting, is in very flourishing condition. The quarters are very handsome. SPLENDID WORK nen by Young Men's Republican Drum and Bugle Corps. Jow that the election is a matter history and the efforts of the Re- blican workers in rolling up the fgest majority old Wayne ever Ve to any Presidential candidate S-f noted it is only right to make i statement that no one worker or y of workers did any 'hk re to aiding the good -cause ' Vilong -utne Young Jklen - Republican Club Drum and Bugle Corps. When ever there was a street demonstra tion to be made and these young men were called out they always res ponded promptly and willingly, and it is safe to say that no drum corps in the United States presented a neater appearance in their blue and white uniforms, than the local boys. A Cambridge City man said that the Young Men's Republican Drum and Bugle Corps was one of the few drum corps in the district that knewT how to behave when out of their own community. The following were the members of the corps Drums Horace Baker, Harry Mc- Bride jsaac Essemaker, Barl Men denhalL fcSarl Muhl, S, Q. Thomas, Herbert Williams, Ora 'Harold, John Gaynor, Isaac Dickinson, George Muey, Elmo Leeds and Carl Jes sup. . Bugles Elmer McConaha, J. B. La wder, W. S. Laugh, Clarence Pat ti, H. R. Harrell, If. W. Dallas, n. E. Gates. - Cymbals Roy Maudlin, Walter Muey, Earnest Jessnp and J. P. Gay nor. Drum Major Roy Norris. JAPANESE TO SUE FOR PEACE THEIR WILLINGNESS TO DO SO INDICATED SUGGESTIONS PRESIDENT AND KING If Port Arthur Falls the Japanese Will Be Ready to Ask for Terms. 'London, November 11. Japan has indicated her willingness to entertain peace suggestions from President Roosevelt and King Edward. Baron Ilayashi, the Japanese minister, said today: "After the fall rof Port Ar thur, Japan would, I believe, be ready to treat for peace on no higher essentialities than that Russia should evacuate Manchuria, Japan also agreeing to a similar evacuation. The two two great difficulties in the way of any suggestion or peace are, first, the apparent opposition of Em peror Nicholas' present advisers to a settlement of any kind; second, the preservation of Russian prestige. When- a nation's ..prestige, if not gone, is seriously impaired, it is a difficult matter even with the best of intentions to preserve it." Queen Alexandra has been in con stant communication with the dowag er Empress of Russia and Emperor Nicholas himself during the last f-w days. This is interpreted here as z. hopeful sign and as likely to lead, though not in the immediate future, to the establishment of some modus vivendi, whereby steps looking to ar bitration might be instituted without, offense to Russia. The reiteration of the American State Department's determination" not to intervene, tat lies with the official altitude of the British government, biit it is-thought that beforv- long some method may privately bo devised whereby this diplomatic harrier to action will be overcome. -h - ' . . : SOCIETIES Earlham Club Held Meetings Last ' : Night. ' " ; j The rogram for last night's meeting of the PhHn Society was: Music . .... . . ..... Pearl Rinehai t 1 Bach ' Winifred Trueblood Selection from "Bach" .... . . . . . ... ..... Miss Papworth "Geometrie Science" ....Miss Ball Ionian Society. Daniel Webster ........ R. Wehrh- Extemporaneous Sjeech ..A. Spohn Original Story ....... . J. C Rundh Autobigography .......... A. Bontl ' The State meeting of the Y. M. C. A. will be held at Marion beginninar next - Thursday. I . . Fifteen or m re from Earlham will go. PLAYERS mmimi BONE, DOHERTY AND CUNNING HAM, SR., AGREE TO PLAY WITH RICHMOND JESSUP'S MISSION To New England Bears Pratt4 and the Great Trio Will Be in the Lineup. FIRST PRACTICE SUNDAY All Three Players Are in the Pink of Condition and Ready to Play From the Start. Captain Jessup returned yesterday afternoon from his New England mission and brought glad tidings for the polo fans of this city. He was successful in signing Bone, Cunning ham, sr., and Doherty, the peerless Quaker trio and Bone and D.oherty will arrive this afternoon to report for duty. Cunningham will , arrive Tuesday or Wednesday, as it will take two or three days for him to arrange his business affairs for the winter. . - Jessup met Bone at his home in Nejv-JIaven; Doherty atWaterbiny and Cunningham at Pawtucket. He reports -that all of them were reluc tant at first in affixing their names to a contract owing to the cut in salaries, .but finally gave in and signed up. Jessup says that Bone has been playing baseball in the New England League all season and is in fine shape. Doherty and Cun ningham are also in the pink of con dition and are anxious for the re feree's whistle to sound. Sunday morning Jessup, Bone, Mansfield, Haughton, Doherty and Cunning ham, Jr., will don the blue and white and go through their first practice of the season at the Colise um. BASKET BALL Earlham Squad Begins Practice in a Few Weeks. With the football team and season a practical failure, and with but two more games to be played, the athletic interests of Earlham turn toward basketball, practice for which will begin a few days before the end of November. The outlook is not particularly bright for this team, but it is expected that a good sized" snhad will appear at the be ginning 'of- practice. Most of the players of last year's team are not attending school but the new mater ial' "4s" quite .promising. A FARMER Near Converse Killed by a Richmond Division Freight Train. Samuel Gather, a farmer, 53 years cf age. living one miles west of Con verse, was instantly killed Wednes- j day evening about 5 o cloek by be ing struck by a west bound gravel train on the Ricbmnod division of the Panhandle. : ; - Mr. Garber has been accustomed to walking along the tracks to his home and bust evening he went to Converse to do some shopping. Upon his return he started along the track and when about half way between Jefferson and Washington streets in Converse he saw an eastbound freight train coming toward him. Thinking that . he would avoid this he stepped to the siding and directly e in the way of a westbound gravel train. Die was hurled several feet by the engine and when picked up it appeared that every bone in his body was broken. The body was tak en to tt undertaking establishment of W. lt White, where it was pre pared for burial. The coroner was notified and viewed the body last night. . t Garber was a well known and pros perous fanner and owned a fine resi dence one mile west of Converse near the Pennsylvania road. A wid ow and several children survive him. DEATH : OF ISAAC McWHTNNEY. Isaac; McWhiuhey, for many years a resident of this city died at the home f of .his; daughter, Mrs. Ene Pepper No. 2S11 Kenwood Avenue, Indianapolis at 5 :15 p. m. November 10th. He4'had been in failing health for a yea r more and was under treatments of a specialist at Indi anapolis, .'t'-i The body will be taken to Eaton, Ohio, where: the family have lived for several years past Saturday morning fend the funeral service will be held at Eaton, Monday at 10 o 'clock ; al m'. CEt!TflL LEAGUE POLO GAMES FT. WAYNE DEFEATED BY LA- r v FAYETTE ' ' FT. WAYiiE'S FIRST DEFEAT -V Lafayette Taises Third Flace by Her Victory-Landslide for Terire I Hauw. - '- Vi. P. Ft. Wayne ..8 Danville 8 Lafayette ....8 Terra -.Haute.. 7. Kiokomo .:.. .7 Logansport . . 7 w. 7 C 4 3 . 1 . L. 1 2 1 4 5 0 Pet. .S75 .750 .500 .42 f .285 .142 Ft. Wayne Drops Down. (Special to the Palladium.) Lafayette, Novembe 11 Lafayette defeated Ft. Wayne last evening. It was a hot gama all the way through and the contest was in doubt until the last minute of play. This was the first defeat administered to Ft. Wayne this season. The lineup: Lafayette pos. Ft. Wayne Warner rush Jason Gavitt rush Whipple McKay center Canavan Deviln half back McGrath Tibbitts goal Sutton Score Lafayette 8, Ft. Wayne 6. Rushes Warner 9, Jason 10. Fouls Devlin, McGrath. Stops Tibbitts 32, Sutton 53. Referee Moran. Attendance 1,000. ... First Period. Warner 7:32. Gavitt 3:15. Canavan-3 :57. .. Second Period. Warner 2:30. Jason 9:32 ' : Third Period. Gavitt-2:16. 1 Gavitt :53. Jason :49. Warner :05. Whipple 2:25. Warner 5:0. Gavin 1:21. Jason :12. Ley don 1:47. Terre Haute Defeated Danville. . (Special to the Palladium.) Terre Haute, November 11. Terre Haute defeated Danville this even ing in a game that was hard fought for the first two .periods, after that it was a landslide for the locals. The lineup: Terre Han te pos. Danville Hipson ... .". . . rush Daly Harkins ...... rush .... Campbell (Continued on Page Four.) 8REAT CONTESTS IN FOOTBALL WORLD SCHED ULED FOR PLAY TO DAY ALL OVER COUNTRY Pig Skin Warriors Will Battle for Gridiron Laurels Powerful Men in the Game. YALE AND PRIHCTON IN EAST Play While Michigan and Chicago Meet in the Windy City Other Notes. Indiana. Earlham vs. Rose Polytechnic, at Terre Haute. West Chicago vs. Michigan, at Chicago. Wisconsin vs. Minnesota, at Min neapolis. Northwestern vs. Illinois, at Ev anston. Iowa vs. Grinnell, at Iowa City. Missouri 'vs. St. Louis, at Colum bia, Mo. Nebraska vs. Haskell-Indians, at Kansas Ci tyr" " "- East. Harvard vs. Holy Cross, at Cam bridge. Princeton vs. Yale, at Princeton. Pennsylvania vs. Carlisle, at .Phil adelphia. Georgetown vs. Bueknell, at Geo rgetown. Brown vs. Colby, at Providence. Cornell vs. Columbia, at New York Princeton, N. J., November 11. While Princeton's team can not be called a team of veterans this year, it is made np of eleven powerful men who know the game." Captain Foulke has played fully up to his standard this year at right half. His end runs, ranging from five to fifty yards, have been the feature of almost every game this season. Crawford has shown re markable improvement in the latter part of the season in getting down under punts and tackling hard. In drop kicking the Tigers will depend on Pete Tooker. Jim Cooney is a remarkable play er both on offense and defense. The mighty freshman, Ed Stannard, is wonderful at walking through a line for big crains, besides having devel oped into a. strong defensive man. ; New Haven. -Conn., November 1L Yale's football team has complet ed its i work in preparation for -the Princeton game tomorrow. .The last hard training, has been done and on ly - signal practice remains to keep the men on edge. Yesterday the var sity team was slammed through hard secret practice, and i the' col lege team showed that it had been (Continued on eighth page.) ELECTION ECHOES Will Die Down With Tonight's Fin al Jollification. The " election fever" is about ov er in this city. Last night absolute ly no celebration was made, and the streets seemed strangely dull and empty compared to the fires, the now and general jollifications of the preceding nights. With one last af fair, the meeting tonight, the past election celebrations will cease and Richmond, after its quadrennial "frolie" will settle down into rou- tine strangely contrasting with the high feeling of this week. Tonight in the Coliseum, with plenty of red fire, speeches, etc., the riual jollifica tion will take place. A large crowd will turn out to give a lilting ending to a happily-resulting election. DEATHS AND FUNERALS. McWhinney The funeral of the late Isaac McWhinney will be. held at Eaton, Ohio, Monday at 10 o'clock. The remains will leave In dianapolis this morning at y:10, ar riving at Eaton about 11 o'clock. Friends wishing to review the re mains may do so Sunday afternoon. Burns It seems that thtf.deatk of Mrs. J. J. Burns at Newcastle, irvVed-t nesday was sikllen, caused by -heart trouble. The deceased was a daugh ter of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Narden, of Oregon, Illinois, formerly of thU city. The remains arrived in this city yesterday afternoon at 4 o'clock and were taken to the home of Mrs. Isaac Gause, 215 North Thirteenth street. Friends may call from 9 to 12 this morning. The funeral-, will be this afternoon at 2 o'clock. In terment at Earlham. NO GAME FOR THANKSGIVING MIAMI CANCELS EARLHAM GAME FOR THAT DAY THE TEAM HAS DISBAIIOEO Season is Rather Late for Arrang ing Another Game Earlham' s Manager is Gone. Earlham,- from present indications, will have no Thanksgiving football game. Miami College, the team that Earlham was to play on the 2Gth of this month announced last night that the team had disbanded, and as a conseqence all ' engagements were cancelled with all teams. Thus another team has been plac ed on Earlham s black list. The an nouncement of the failure of the Miami team to keep together caused quite a flurry last night among the athletic followers of the college. Manager Albertson was unable to be reached last evening, having, accom panied the team to Terre Haute, and the next move of Earlham was un able to be learned from him. The lateness of the season makes the an nouncement still more disastrous, as it will be exceedingly hard for Earl ham to secure a team for this date, which is the most iiiortant of the entire schedule. It is probable that Manager Al bertson will immediately open ne gotiations for a game on Thanks giving and the. Earlham students are earnestly hoping that a jontest can be secured. YALE STUDENTS i Married Thursday to a Hamilton, O., ' Divorcee Social Stir. , , Hamilton, 0.. '.November 11. :EI- jza Vernon Silver, a .wealthy 'Yale undergraduate, came here yesterday and wsis married by Rev. David Ar nold Schaefer to Mrs. Virginia Lieb Holdefer, divorced wife of Christian Holdefer. The unannounced wed ding caused a social stir. They left for New Haven and Silver will con tinue in college. . . ! W. P. Denton Camp, Sons of Vet erans, meet Monday night, at which time three candidates will be mus tered, and much other business of importance be transacted. Comman der L. A. Handley will attend a meek ing of the organization committee in Indianapolis on next Tuesday even- ins-. Mrs. Clement Dale of Bellfon taine, Pa., . is- visiting Mrs. , Jennie Miller, north , fifth " street. . .