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RICHMOND, DAILTg-PALLADimilONDAX 1 MpRNTNG, NOVEMBE R 44, 1904.
" ' - THE ET PARLOR CAR PALLADIUM j'lMlSMpBR ASSOCIATED ' PRESS Eighth and Main vj , Clias. If. Fcltmau Geo. W. Deuker PUBLISHED, DAILY AND WEEKLY. "AT 922 MAIN STREET. TELEI'IIONESj : CENTRAL. UNION -HOME -. - 21 21 Douglas -; ... " The World's Best lE T t Shoemaker KN.TEKKD AT RICHMOND P08TOKFICJ5 AS 2d class matter .iictwrt'vT'wBy Jmlly" delivered by carrier to any part of the city for seven cent a wHk. PAGE FOUR THE BUFF SUBSCRIPTION RATKS: DAILT omsldeclty.slx niontna, In Bdvance ..fl to i.,ia miv rn month. In advance.... ;" Ootelde city, one year, In advance .. 8 0t WEEKLY By mall one year, l.eo In advance. JOHN S. FITZCIBBONS. - Tcffor A. 0. HOLLY. - Business Manage H. S. CARTER, Reporlorir RAMSEY POUNDSTONE al Staff label We don't think the afternoon pa pers will issue polo ' specials. But then, von can't tell. The Palladium will ho the official polo paper in this city. We will have full and complete reports from nil the games in both leagues and will give the readers of the Palla dium the real news, while it is fros'.. Send in your subscriptions -now and begin right. o Tonight the polo season will be gin. Tt has been an appreciated game in Richmond in the past and ought, especially to be so this year. Manager Henley has proven him- f-f.lf to ho a tnr and the people of this city will no doubt appreciate the efforts he has made to stand by the men who .stood by him. lie had 11 nf ihe other members of ihe Western League against him when be held out to pny the boys the same Hulavies paid k:wt year. "AEUSr THE OTHER SIDE" ' ' , (Irish World.) The leading issue in the campaign ,iust closed was the tariff; -and, as was expected, the party that cham pioned , the policy of protection to home industries is . triumphant. Never yet m a square fight has the party of Free Trade been indors ed by the American people at the polls. And it is safe to say it nev er will be. History attests the statement and jutifies the prediction. Indeed, the Free Traders themsel ves ever seem to have a realizing sense of the weakness of their cause, and the proof in support of this statement is furnished in the fact that, while they arc ever the chal lengers in the fight against protec tion which they call the "Robber Tariff' they invariably run awav from the issue raided by them and try to win the battle by some device or trick utterly foreign to the ques tion pnt before the peonle. In 1SS4 it was the "Bnrehard" decov: in 1H04 it is 'an nttnek on and this, too, by Mr. Parker, the candidate -for presidents on - the Dem ocratic" ticket. Recourse to such tactics reveals a confession of weakness and is an implied admission on the part of the Free Traders that they have no j ease. Their conduct recalls the ad vice the hardened old limb of the .law to the green young fellow just entering on his practice at the bar: "What am I to do' asked the ii. tt 11 1 met" "Tn fTiaf miu ' c-.. li.a adviser, "yon must rely on the facts." "But suppose,' remarked the youngster, "the law and the facts are against roe, what then?" "In that case," replied his precep tor, "yon must abuse the other side." On this advice Alton B. Parker, in the closing hours of the campaign,, proceeded to plead his ease. . Instead of defending Free Trade ; . : v . t If This morning , was inauguarated on the Dayton & Western the parlor 1 u i '' fri c l "' mi bullet car. The first trip will be . . made this morning and . the service will be continued' right 'along. The ilrst car will arrive here to make he made a personal and indecent at tack on the president. But what can be expected from a man who began political life as the dark-lantern manager of David B. Hill, and who now, in turn, is man aged by Hill, who is universally sneered at as the "Peanut Politi cian." In accordance with the law of gravitation all things find their lev el; and the law is exemplified not only -in physics, but in morals and in polities, too. Nothing high-mind ed or noble can be expected of Hill or Parker. DRD ERS Given II. B. M. Flagship Grafton Takes on Ammunition. Esquimalt, B. 0., November 13. The mystery shrroimding the per-J emptory recall of the flagships. Graf- ton of II. B. M.'s Pacific squadron together with the second-class cruise- er Flora, deepens rather than is dis- nelled by the latest information and developments'. The Grafton sailed Saturday under sealed orders. Inei- dentally it may be mentioned that iust nrovious to weiirhinsr anchor the Grafton took on board every bit of 9.2 ammunition in store-at Esqui-. malt, although her own magazines ilready contained a six months' sup- ply. ,J The' Grafton was prepared for a leisurely cruise of peace to Hawaii and afterwards the California ports when the North Sea incident devel- oped, and rumor was instantly busy with stories of - significant prepara- tions for possible hostilities on the part of the British admiralty. Ca-j blegrams to 'the commodore of the SEALED Pacific station at that time canceled in the opinion of many good citizens , marriage of divorced persons has the Grafton's plans and required her he is) he certainly has the law on heen in long preparation has just to remain at headquarters here, re- his side, and an attempt to evade heen made public by Rev. Dr. Mor dv for immediate service. Uhis is as offensive as to violate or.gan-Bix." Dr. Dix, in a statement A few days afterwards, when the evade any other law of our govern crisis had passed, the flagship was re ment. -leased. Tier preparations for "the: ermtlm-m Kniica wprP nf ntlCP r05nm- ' WallaCA Wilson . WH tb (ni(i8f r.-f ed, only to be suspended again last Friday by other cablegrams from the The School Girls in "A Girl From ' ; if M ... m' fV: -M vj- c -... S311-. &!'' ' W. 'if - V - $k w;;h tHY-' V&F zj-?k$ ' UvriK t 'tip - -Mrs connection with Indianapolis. The cars"-have made trial trips to this citv before and gave general satis- . . . .. . . T, taction. Persons going, to Dayton win :hlive the advantage of taking their meals on this ear at small cost. Everything in and about the admirality, upon receipt of which, or- ders were given for the ship to pre- pare for an immediate return to Portsmouth, it being required that she should be ready to sail within twenty-four hours. SOCIETYWOMEN Stirred by Order Against Card Party Prizes. Noblesville Ind., November 13 The social clubs of Noblesville are greatly incensed over the course of the ordinance-enforcing mayor ; of that city, who. has ruled against gambling even in so mild a form as prize-giving at card parties. To such nn extent was this custom observed, that a simple game robbed of the excitement induced by an at- tractive award, 'was altogether too I tarae and as a consequence, the dis- pleasure of the clubs have heavily S descended upon the head of the offen din0- mavor. ' Law-abiding citizens, are ' these' women, certainly yet, they have learned the trick of evading the mayor's ordinance, as was recently shown by one woman who did not bestow the prizes won at her card party, but quietly made presents of them to the winners a dav or two af- terward. This was regarded as a' capital joke en the mavor. of course. but." is- this-' not a time when ;' women should pause and think a bit before lending themselves to such meas- urcsf ' Is this not the same spirit that in- duces saloon keepers, gamblers and other law-breakers to attempt ' to evade the authorities? Can women who resort to such methods look their sons in the face and advocate pure morals and law-abiding citizen- shrof Whether or, not the mayor is jus tified in his extreme measures (and relatives arid friends at Knight, town over Sunday. Dixie," at the Gennett Theater. Sat -VV.3 car is convenient and comfortable, For private parties there is noth- ing nicer. If you want to entertain ' i , :.. i nt tun a few frineds privately and at the same time elegantly, just charter, a lulfet car. The service will be the best to be had. Post Election Sports. Election is over now, So 10 the woods away, The haws are black upon U.3 trees, The raccoons blithe and gay. The Ininna woods are turni brown.. . The nuts are falling fast; Sorowing Dems. may find sur- " eease, Amidst the wealth of mast. The Republicans may jollyate Where joyous rivers flow; Catch the fish and bag the quail Their opponents, the crow. Persimmons, still hang to the " trees. High tin betwixt' the' sky, And comiely will possums blink As Democrats pass by. Put those victorious Tedyitcs Will bring old possum down, And roast him with the taters . sweet . - , ; Until he's crisp and brown. So let's nil hie to woods and streams, And let our campfires burn; We've Hayed Old Glory's flag- rant foes And cooked the into a turn. rant foes And cooked the into a turn. TO FIGHT The Divorce Evil in New York City To Death. New York, November 13. That a plan to absolutely abolish m the Protestant Episcopal church there- made todav, , savs he believes the movement about to be started will eventually succeed, establishing in the canonical laws of the church a clause forbidding, under any and all circumstances, the remarriage of any urday Matinee and Night, Nov. 19. The Douglas $350 SHOE In Box Calf, Velour, Vici and Pat.nt Colt. They lead the world. The $3.00 . Douglas b hoes are hand sewed and made in all Leathers See our line of Ladies' and Children's Shoes divorced persons, innocent or guilty, by a clergyman in the Episcopal church, 'ihe call to arms of the clergy- and the people arraigned in oppo sition against the divorce conditions of this country has been sounded, and tomorrow evening, in the chapel ot S'f. Agnes' church a big mass meeting, at which Dr. Dix will pre side, will be held. This is to be only the first of a long series of meetings which fcrms the embryonic state of a plan yet to be perfected, but which will include, if the campaign is con tinued with the energy that has be gun, the complete winning over of nublie sentiment, which will render it possible at the next convention of the church to make the radical change in the church laws. "But x '11 . fight . thirty years if necessary," said Dr. Dix this morn ing. We are going to get at the root of this abomination." The next general convention which will possibly take place in the south wilt -be in 1007, three years from now Meantime, doing all within the limit of his own administrative powers, Dr. Dix, in. agreement with, all 'of the rectors in his big Trinity parish, has decided that the churches under his control shall take the radical stand without waiting fcr a compelling canonical law, and hereafter no di vorced person enn be married in iiinity parish of New York city. Dr. Dix is vehement in his condemnation of the present condition of divorce affairs in the Tinted States. BEFORE BREAKFAST A Few "Bites" While Waiting for Coffee. Oiliness is not holiness. Sincerity is the secret of ability. . t You do not have to throw grit in your neighbor's eye to prove that' vnn m . nA , you are a man of sand. There are no good manners with 1 ou need not be a shadow be- cause you are not a sun. No man enjoys the farm when he plows it with his face. ' fix you up for living wrong. - It's a poor kind of affection for a cireed that prevents its . correction. . Nothing else will cure your own misery like ministry for others. 4 The richest man is the one who can give freely with fewest regrets. The things that are carried highest on gusts of popuarity ..often . weigh the least. . . . . V .- . .- .(1 The man who has no interest in heaven is not likely to , have much principle on eirth. People who believe in an absentee deity seem to believe also in an om nipresent devil. Men who have no relisrion outside of their creed may find they have no heaven outside of their imagina tion. - -V ..-" u "You needn't tell me," averred Miss Batchgirl, "lhat golf Un't good exercise. It makes the young men so strong in the arms that that you can scarcely breathe." Boston Traveler. Here's the lesson of it Take it a-? you choose! Folks that keep the happiest Ain't got much to lose! Mrs. Kawuer "How did the elec tion suit your husband I" Mrs. Crosswy "I haven't heard him say. I know it didn't go the way he thought it was going, though. There wasn't a cent in his pockets when I went through them the night after the election." His Oversight. Rip Van Winkle awakened from his nap. "I should have taken out a twenty-year endowment," he said. "instead of an ordinary life policy. Then I'd be able to get some new clothes." Cursing his lack -f judgment, he allowed the policy to lapse. -New. York Evening Sun. ' Echoes From Ths Past. llerenlese was being burned on his funeral pyre. "Now don't forget," he told his wife, "to collect both the fire and life insurance." With these parting instructions he gave up the ghost. , Ceroid Not Vote. ' On a certain building job 30100 years ago the contractor, who was a politician, put in a hod-hoisting ma- cnine ana aiscnargcu uie men wno had been doing that work. A had carrier who bad been thrown out of employment by the change came froumJ a couPle of days aftfr,to J ,how the new apparatus worked. He nnay exclaimed: . 7fc e al ro,?ht- roight, but ye can't vote." Phi PhUa- 1 1 delphia Ledger. wmm n aa mm mmm t PEOPLE'S COLUMf J j "' : "- AH d. under the above head wL j charged fcr t rata frrlatf cent word 8ooh ,te" 0,t FoB- . Help Wanted, etc, lnerteq free. FOR RENT Two comfortable hous- es. Apply at COO N. 19th St. . - - 10-4tt- FOR SASLE A Model Oak coal . stove., . , WiU burn coal, wood or gas. Apply at 519 South 13th St. 12-3t . LOST Large brown Shepherd dog." . Finder please notify M. R. Mcln- tjTe, Campbellstown, Ohio, R. R. No. 1., and receive reward. 13-2 $2.50 IN GOODS WITH EVERY COOK STOVE SOLD THIS WEEK. JONES HARDWARE CO. WE HAVE DECIDED TO CON TINUE THE COOKING DEMON STRATION ALL THIS WEEK. JONES HARDWARE CO. $2.50 IN GOODS WITH EVERY COOK STOVE SOLD THIS WEEK. JONES HARDWARE CO. $1.50 TN GOODS WITH EVERY HEATING STOVE SOLD. THIS WEEK. c J0NJJavJEARDWA,9O, P V -r S - " O O 5