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RICHMOND DAILY PALLADIUM. MONDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 14, 1904. tears Ml mi BHE53B!SBHaSS3l- OPENING a AY' Grand FUR 'll , m For One Day, Monday, Nov. 14 We have arranged with one of the largest Furriers of New York city to be a MONDAY, NOV. 14-th, for ona day only, showing the largest line of medium and high grade Furs ever shown in Richmond. Every kind of Fur known may be seen in this grand exhibit. Furs sold and delivered from this stock; a!so orders and spe cial measurements taken by an expert furrier for anything you want in Fur Neckwear, Fur Coats, etc. Don't jail to see this GRAND FUR SHOWING, whether a purchaser or not. REMEMBER, FOR MONDAY ONLY . . . . . : ? - - - - - JLe e li.fiHl Proving that Frugality Is Fortune 's'Jounaallon. had. To all of us there comes a time when we need just such a fiicnd. START YOUR ACCOUNT AT ONCE with :: E)3o:Ex3!iisDiiYraastl. We Pay J Per Cent. Interest on Savings Deposits. Safety Deposit Building t Prudent People Prosper by Saving Something Systematically, BenjaminJFranklin said: ' M Your -best "friend is a dollar saved." When plactd in a safe bank, it becomes the best friend you ever .JJ Ji J JJ. .J-J..J..J..J. .J- JJ. .J J JJliV y i y . j If you want good, clean fDUST Phone 49 i Xi.X.XmXmi.x..p...i,h..mM..h,h.,iiIm COAL 1 place your order with - - Mather Bros. Co. $ BUY EASY Clothing. PAY EASY SAY, BILL BALY! Won't ou Please Come Home? The fire has gone out and I havn't any swell clothes, but I know where you can get some for both of us, and the children too, and only pay a dollar a week for them. The bight that Failed To find swell ready-to-wear clothes, cash prices and' easiest credit terms on earth in other credit houses You Can Find .Here in the Dark. This is the popular credit house, that is dressing up half the" town, and not making any fuss over it either ; GLOBE CREDIT CLOTHING CO. Nos. 6 V8 North 6th St. Open every evening till 9; Saturday evening till 10 o'clock. . . LOCAL BREVITIES. Mrs. Winnie Hogan spent Sunday in Cambridge City. Ideal Bread for brains and muscle. Drs. Pierce and Chenoweth, Den tists, Colonial Bldg., corner seventh and Main, third floor. Phone 1637. 4-eod-lmo. Dr. Park for high class dentistry, 8 N. Tenth street. Lady assistant. Take the Dayton & Western cars to the New Cedar Springs Hotel, now open. tf Mr. and Mrs. Dan Griffin were visitors at Centerville yesterday. Lest You Forget, we say it yet, Eat "Ideal Bread" and be satisfied. Moore the real e3tate man, over 8. North Seventh street has several houses for rent. Go and see him to day. New cornmeal and buckwheat flour at the Richmond elevator, all groceries. Look for the red, white and, blue tag. Those patriotic colors arc the signal of purity and strength found in Ideal Bread. ' ' Rummage sale beginning Nov. lGth, by the ladies of the First Pres byterian church at 41 north Eighth Street. ll-4t. A body builder and nerve strength encr so says "Ideal Bread." Typewriters, all makes, rented, sold. Rentals $3 to $5 per month. Repairs and ribbons for all machines Tyrell, W. U. Tel. office. Phone 26. Feed grinding done promptly at Richmond Elevator, Corner ISth and north F streets. Phone 1492. . For "Goodness sake" eat "Ideal Bread." Snow Flake corn meal for sale at Phone 1492. Snow Flake corn meal made by Richmond Elevator. Phono 1492. FIRST SNOW Fell Yesterday Morning . and Lasted But a Short Time. Sunday morning people were greatly surprised to find snow upon the ground. The first installment of the beautiful began to fall about G:30. . It only lasted for a hort time. The morning was cool and disagreeable, but the day closed with much better weather. LOST RING FOUND IN GARDEN. Kokomo, Ind., Nov. 13. Mrs. Mar garet Meek, of this city, had return ed to her yesterday a ring that she lost -thirty-four years ago. Mrs. Mack . was a daughter of the late Judge James O'Brien, and the ring was lost while she was a little girl at play in the dooryard of the O'Brien home, in North Main street, this city. It was picked up in: the flower garden yesterdav. bavins lain there .since the summer of 1870. The ring, which is a plain, though rather heavy band of gold, is little the worse for its long exposure to the elements. WAR HALTED (Continued From First Page.) a vast scale. The inertia, which re fuses to go to Manchuria, has many ingredients of the inertia which can not undertake sustained attack on positions nearer home. The poverty and disgust with the government, which are t lie motives behind the re fusal of the masses to regard the war as a patriotic enterprise, are not tired with any idea from which coidd spring an alternative regime, as in France a century ago. The students who paraded the main streets of St. Petersburg this week, half of them singing Russian revolutionary words to the air of "'The Marseillaise," and the other half consisting of rela tives of . government officials singing the national hymns,' did not display any passions which suggested that they soon might be fighting- to a fin ish. Rioting of the Reservists. "There are more serious .move ments in the provinces, as when the Kazan reservists, detraining . at the mobilization pat form near Moscow, fought the conscripts. The element of vodka has played a considerable part. The conscript, when first call ed to the army, is from immemorial custom allowed large liberty to ca rouse. The reservists called back to the army demanding the same li cense and their anger at refusal would only be appeased with the wrecking of the closed drink shops, if their more lasting feeling that their war mission was hateful had not steeled them to fight against gun shots till their comrades fell killed am! wounded around them. "In the face of all this black mass of popular anger the self-appointed committee who i rulincr for the czar blunders along, unheeding any of the , storm signals. - "Alexieff Stronger Than Ever. Admiral Alexi -H' lias returned pos sibly stronger than when Viceroy of Manchuria. He will act as a "person 1 arbiter ii all matters affecting the campaign. This means that if Port Arthur falls he can say, if his ad vice had been followed, it could have been relieved a semester ago, and on that contention he can again thwart Gen. Kouropatkin. "The viceroy's military abettor. Gen. Zillinsky, comes to the control of the military staff, where as a man of undoubted energy he can find dai ly opportunities for advising, jr-or-r reeling, and reprimanding the chief of the army in Manchuria.-- "The one thing which assuredly would wieck the entire court cabal would be for Kouropatkin openly to set them at defiance and appeal to his army to support him in his inde dendence. Events have moved to the point where the man whom the army will follow is the master of the situation. the police Board ordered the removal The machines are being taken out as quietly as they were brought in, and in the gossip concerning them it is said that ap art of their receipts went to a campaign fund. Whether or not this is true, it is true that the machines were allowed to do busi-. ness, and several continued to oper ate until after ha election. The first machines missing are those that stood out boldily in hotel offices, in plain view of people passing along the street. The machines in saloons seem to be allowed the days of grace The slot machine business in this ! city was no small afllair. It gave em- j plojment to several men. With the men .who secured the privilege of placing the machines there were also expert slot machinists, whose work was to go from one machine to an- ! other to keep them in repair and un lock machines that were clogged up mail where the machines were situated and. the lessees. It was such a rush ing business that two driving out fits were in use to carry the machin ists and cash colectors from one ma chine to another. : Boys and men alike played the ma chines, and it is estimated that the machines netted $3,000 a week. Business men were beginning to corn plain, and the local ministerial as sociation passed a resolution de manding the removal of the ma chines. They were not disturbed however, until after the election. It is said that the machines by the carload will be shipped to Chicago. Governor Durbin ordered the ma chines out of the city two years ago but during the heat of the campaign just ended the machines were slip ped back and continued to do busi ness until the campaign ended. 1 State of Ohio, City of Toledo, Lu- Frank .1. Theney makes oath that he is senior partner of the firm of F. J. C Iieney & Co.f doing business in the city of Toledo, county and State aforesaid, and that said firm will pay the sum of one hundred dol lars for each and every case of ca tarrh that cannot be cured by the use of Hall's Catarrh Cure. Commencing Nov. 10th and Continuing Until Nov. 20. We can save you from $1 atarrli Lure. c 1, l A..' FRANK J. CHENEY, uuruie Sworn to before me and subscribed this Sale. Orders taken for in my presence, this 6th day of De- uenvery until Jan. 1st. A great chance for you. Come and see what we have. Payments if you wish. cember, A. D., 1S86. Seal. A. W. GLEASON, Notary Public. Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken in ternally, and acts directly on the blood and mucous surfaces of . the system. Send for testimonials, free. F. J. CHENEY & CO, Toledo, 0. Sold by all druggists, 75c. Hall's family Pills are the best. STOPPED Rushville, Ind. Messrs; Ely' Bros. : I have been a great sufferer from catarrh and hay fever and tried many, things, ..but j found no permanent relief until I jlound it in hlyTs Cream Balm about eight years ago, and we .have been fast friends ever .-"since. (R'v.) R. Accounted For. "Phizzcr has started up a soda water fountain." "Why, how eo dd Phizzor do that? He hasn't a penny of his own. "Well, I heard him say he had the fountain charged." Slot Machines Are Removed At An- M. Ben tie v. Messrs. Ely Bros. derson. Anderson, Ind., Nov. Find enclosed .r0 cents, for which please send me 13. Two your Cream Balm, . I . find your rem hundred and sixty-four. slot ma- edy the qnickets and most perman- chines, that were played for money exclusively in this city for the last four weeks, are being taken out of salcons. cigar stores, hotel offices and other places. The order for their removal seems to have not been made until - after the election, and it is not definitely known whether Governor Durbin or ent cure for cold in the head, ca tarrh, etc. Yours- truly, Dell M. Potter, General Manager Arizona Gold Mining Co. Johnson and Rolan , .... . . Between 5th and 6th St. $1.50 IN GOODS WITH EVERY HEATING STOVE SOLD THIS JOKES HARDWARE 00. $8.00 STIiVER TEA SET OR ROGERS SILVER TABLE SETS FREE WITH EVERY PENINSU LAR RANGE THIS WEEK. JONES HARDWARE CO. $8.00 SILVER TEA SET OR ROGERS SILVER TABLE SETS FREE WITH EVERY PENINSU LAR RANGE THIS WEEK. JONES HARDWARE GO.