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RICHMOND DAILY PALLADIUM, ?MORNING, NOVEMBER 20, 1904.
oarrr totTr. THE PALLADIUM MBMBRB ASSOCIATED PRESS FOODSTUFFS THANKSGIVING PUBLISHED DAltY AND WEEKLY, AT 972 MAIN STREET. WILL BE PLENTIFUL, REASON ABLE AND A VARIETY TKL:KlIIONKS: CENTRAL UNION r home - -I ?.; 21 21 IBllBiSI iillf :fjjR IIR 1B1 'Hi;S PH nn 1 111 ' Da 2XL b Ua H I. rsTEHED AT RICHMOND POSTOFFICK AS in MATTER l.allr delivered by carrier to any part of ; the city for seven cents a week. iBSC UII'TIOX RATES t DAtliT rmtsldecity.alx months, In advance 60 oSttldecttv one month. In advance.... 30 ffiwldlclty; one year, tn advance...... 3 00 WEEKLY By mall one year, $1.00 in advance. JOHN S. FITZGIBBONS. Editor A. 0. HOLLY. - Easiness Manager M. S. CARTER. Report orl RAMSEY POUNDSTONE a! Staff TURKEYS ON THE MARKET And Will Probably Sell for Twenty Five Cents a Ponnd Cran berries are High. Time ami again we have been ask vl what was the meaning of the v.onl "Palladium," ami since the quest in was asked again last even ins, we will give the meaning for the benefit of 'all who are interested. The word means "that which af fords effectual protection or secur ity; a safeguard; as, the. trial by iarv is the palladium of oar civil riirhts. "There is also a rare chemical of the light platinum group called palladium. A welcome awaits you at all of te churches this morning. HISTORICAL MEETING (Continued from first page.) -f 4-A honorary member. On motion of Profess., r Ault the tj.emhership of the society was con tinued in the American -Historical Association. ! The. annual 'meeting of the Ameri can Historical Association will be held during the holidays at the Un iversity of Chicago. Among the pa pers fo be read is one by Hon. Jesse S. Iiceves, of Richmond, On "The Napoleonic Confederacy in the Unit ed States." The meeting will bo at tended by the history teachers 'of Kichmoud. The literary program consisted of a pajK'r by Professor Harlow Lind 3cy of Kurlham, on "Bismarck and German Unity." The paper was a masterly presentation of the policies of Bismarck as a statesman and the lr.ethods by which he carried out his great plans for the unification of Germany. The paper treated espe cially of the great years from 1H02, when Pismarck became the first minister of Prussia, to 1871, when King William, of Prussia, was crowned emperor of United Germany at Versa ilos, during the siege of Pj.ris. The wars with Denmark. 1 4 : Austria, 1SbV, and France in 1S70-71, were but the, successive steps by which Pismarck, the. man of "blood and iron," moved toward the goal of his statesmanship Ger man unity. . f On the modest slab of marble marking his grave Is the epitaph written by Bismarck himself: - "Here lies Otto Von Pismarck, a '"'faithful German servant of Wil liam the First." "Professor Lindley was voted the thanks of the society for his able paper. In the discussion Professor Ault 'and others compared the work of Bismarck and Gladstone. ;1 Before adjourning attention was called by the secretary' to a new magazine of Indiana History to be .publisb(ed..at Indianapolis by the State librarian, Professor W. E. Henry-the first mimber to appear about January 1. 'Mrs." Helen V. Austin called the society attention to an able article on "The Underground Railroad" in 'tfte November number of Dignam's .Magazine, written ..by : Demos S. Coe, of Richmond. - WALTER" S. DAVIS. Secretary. People of Richmond will have no trouble about obtaining good things to eat for Thanksgiving day. The outlook for the local markets this week is top notch. While it is true that turkeys this " year are scarcer than for many years past, there will be enough of the American birds on the markets to grace all the festive hoard of this Quaker city. The probable price will be 25 cents a pound. Ducks in generous numbers are obtainable at a price ranging from 50 cents to 75 cents a pound. Chickens sell from 15 cents to IS cents a pound. Cranberries, figuratively speaking, go hand in hand with His Majesty, the turkey. This year that bird is decidedly' "dear" 'and the faithful cranberry is ' correspondingly "dear." They sell at 15 cents a quart. Florida oranges are coming iii and are bringing from 30 cents to 50 cents a dozen. Tokay grapes sell at 15 tents a pound. Blue Corluchous at 15. cents a pound. Malagas sell at 20 cents a pound. Catawba's and Concords at 25 cents a basket. Bananas sell from 15 cents to 20 cent 4 a dozen. Apples are plentiful and Belltlowers sell at $1 a bushel. G.reei1ifiij'-s,iHl..iIa!-dwins sell at 00 cents' 'a" 'bushel. Snows are- on the market fi r $1.50 a bushel. Grape fruit, extra tine, goes for 15 cents a piece and $1.75 a dozen. Oysters were never liner than this year and the prices reasonable. Standards are sold at 35 cents a quart, selects, at 50 ceuts, while the canned selects sell for 40 cents a can. Sweet cider to wash down the Thanksgiving tin-key can be had at 30 cents a gallon. Raisins., dates and tigs are plentiful and cheap. A basket supper to be given by Miss Alsie Kendall and scholars at District number six, Boston, Wed nesdayjersning November " twenty third promises to be an enjoyable af fair and will no doubt be largely attended. - CAMBRIDGE CITY Mrs. Fanny Hoover died at the home of her son, Mr. Rudolph Hoover, Saturday morning at the age of seventy-seven years. J. L. M eDaniel is able to be out on the street again. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Rummel save an oyster supper Saturday ev ening. Mr. Walter Krone and family vis ited in Richmond Sunday. Professor Lee Ault was in Rich mond Saturday. Ruth Lilly was here'-, from Hagers town Saturday. Charles Keller and F. 0. Mos bough were in Elkhart Sunday. Miss Maude Miller, of Jackson burg, is the guest of her sister. Mrs. R. Scott. The members . of the Christian church gave a reception Thursday evening at the home of Mrs. John Marson. The .Rebekah lodge will give a thimble party in a few" weeks at their lodge rooms. Miss Irene Kenned v was in . Rich mond Saturday. v George Butler will leave for In dianapolis the first of the week "to attend business college. The dance on Friday night was not a success, as only a few couples were present. A large crowd attended the per formance of "Old Arkansaw" at the Masonic Friday night and were well pleased with the play.. . . E. E. Beeson is home from Hlinois today. Will Luckheardt returned to Indi anapolis Saturday. Quite a crowd from here will go with the football team to Conners ville'on Thursday.! '- Harry Bond was in Cincinnati on Saturday. - Rev. Hawley's daughter, who has been staying in Indianapolis, is here with her father. Charles Young was- in Richmond Saturday. George Jones visited in Indiana polis today. r 'lUHf B3i IMPORTANT ANNOUNCEMENT Thousands of people who buy cigars, tobaccos, soaps, washing powders, cereals, perfumery, sauces, patent medicines, condensed milks, souns, polishes, jellies, coffees and various other articles, will have an opportunity to profit wisely and well.' .... These trade marks, wiappers, coupons, tags, or whatever form they make take, muH be presented at the Trading Stamp Desk at the Big ritore for red mption. Many persons collect these trade marks industriously, arid a lare proportion have enough to obtain a sufficient number of Green Trading Stamps to fill a book. The advantages of redeeming them at the Big Store are obnious and mi sr..i h when purchasing, as most stamp collectors do when they visit our store. 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Walker Ctf. - - Weldon's Original Carpet Soap. m m H Mi Celluloid Starch. Ozone Perfume. CUT THIS OUT This coupon is crood for ten (10) Green Trading Stamps free in addition to those regularly given with a purchase of One Dollar or more at "THE BIG STORE." Not good after Iec l. 'ill IB! HI Sal iljji iiapaiiiii !M1 iMl mm mm ,?..T..?T. .t..f .t. TT A iii i t A - & Ot J&- JLii & .;Hl.lMKllt.HHMfir I I 'I11! 'I M-WI' The Tourists enjoyed a very pleas ant evening Friday at the home of President, and Mrs. R. L. Kelly, in Eailham Place. Professor Russell read an able paper on the "Relig ions of Japan," which N was follow ed by an interesting discussion. The conversation topic for the evening was: "Are Christmas presents a blessing or a nuisance." The va rious members present save an iri- dhidual view of the matter in hand, '. x i :: Lr .i , - . . .-i some maintaining mat presents should be given to those in need, oth ers that a present should be truly a gift. At the "close of the discussion refreshments were daintily 'served, when the place of meeting, in two weeks was" ihi noiiuced to take place with Mr. and,. Mrs. .Fred Lemon at their home east of the citv. ' "t ' . ; - One of the most elaborate- card parties of the season was the one entertained at the home of Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Reynolds in East Main street Friday. The parlors were at tractively decorated with various colored chrysanthemums, ferns and roses. Forty persons were present, Miss BiiTord, of Atlanta, Ga., being the guest of honor. Ten tables at drive .whist was a feature, pretty heart-shaped tallies being given. A luncheon in three courses was ele gantly served at the close of . the sanies, for which handsome prizes were awarded. The T. O. Q. Club was entertain ed Friday evening at the home of Miss Minnie Romberg. Hearts was a feature of the evening's pleasure, Miss Clara Fredman winning first prize and the hostess the consolation. A luncheon was served. The club will meet next with Miss Edna Ver egge in South Seventh street. Mrs. J. Rollin Weist and Mrs. Harry H. Weist will be "at home" from 2 until 5 o'clock Thursday and Friday of this week and the week following. ; The History Club enjoyed-a pleas ant session yesterday afternoon at "the home of Mrs. J. M. Coe, in East Main street. A scholarly paper was read by Miss Albira Steen on "Origin and Growth of Russian Literature; Schools, Chroniclers, Folklore songs and Sagas." In the absence of Mrs. Mary Wiggins, cur rent events were given by the sev eral guests present. After a discus sion of the Russo-Japanese war the meeting adjourned until December 3 to meet with Mrs. Anna Doughty in North Twelfth -street. Miss Pauline Mann entertained in a happy manner yesterday afternoon at her home in West Richmond a number of her little cousins and friends. The occasion was in cele bration of her tifth birthday anni versary. Various nursery games and out-of-door sports were enjoyed by the little guests of whom the fol lowing were present: Margaret and Edmund Williams, Alice and Blanch McManus, Nellie, Marie and Bartley Gordon, Alice and Edward MeNally, Thomas and Cyril Fitzgibbons, Paul and Herbert Moore, Rhea Fitzgib bons, Robert Fitzgibbons, Thomas Mellugh and Joseph Mann. The afternoon was most pleasantly spent and at the appointed hour the little ones left fcr homo wishing their gracious little hostess many happy returns of the dav I .... -VS. ! . . - " -.- .- j The llokc-ndaukua Haymakers will meet at the lodge hall Monday for degree work. After the .work a .fine dinner will be served in the lodge hall. . - A. j -35- ' The following 'program of services will be rendered -at 'Grace Methodist Episcopal church-this evening, No vember 20th.:: - ' ' ; Organ Andante in D-1-Silas Coir Prepare ye the way Garret Hymn 255. " 8 : ! Trio Protect us through the' com ing night Nicolao. j Scripture. Choir In Heavenly Love Abiding Announcements and offerings. Male Chorus Sons of the Sol diers. Hymn 686. Sermon. - Choii Inflammatus Rossini. 3 'r Postlude Festive-Mawfa in P Smart; . - 5 . q i Mrs. Blanche Stowell will preside at the organ and Miss Blanche Page will assist the. choir. j , Master Carl Reid, of South Sev enth street, entertained most delight fully a number of his friends Sat urday afternoon from 2 to 5 o'clock. Games and music were the main fea tures of the afternoon, after which an elegant lunch was served. Those present were the Misse3 Mildred Cutter, Rhea Ackerman, Marion Rttssel, Helen Schafer, Hazel Mash raeyer, Blanche Bayer, Mary Bayer, Florence Burgess, Ruby Smith, Ruby Reid, Masters Carl Wickemyer, Wal ter Sherman, Robert Sherman, Phil lip Gates, Raymond Wilsgby, Monu Haner, Xcnophon King, HaiTj' Berk hart, Carl Reid. The chapcronei were M"i"S. George Reid, Mrs. Fred Geobel, Miss Gertrude Tangeman and Miss "Alice Reid. Stock Show . Excursions to Chicago Over Pennsylvania Lines. Excursion tickets to Chicago over Pennsylvania lines will be sold No vember 27, 2S and 29 at one first class one-way , fare, plus $L00 for round trip, account International Live SJtock Exposition Excursion tickets will be sold November 30 at lower fares. Special . attractions Wednetday nisht, November 30, grands parade of champion cattle and horses, horse fair, exhibition of expert! driving. Thursday, December 3, parade of prize winners, judging horses, hog and sheep. Friday, December 2, demonstration and judging horses, boss and sheep, exhibition and pa rade. Ti - j '.! . Consult nearest Pencsylvania lines tieLt cageni oc fujl aujars.