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RICHMOND DAILY PALLADIUM, WEDNESDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 14, 1904.
THE PMLLMDIUM PUBLISHED DAILY AND WEEKLY. AT 922 MAIN STREET. TELEPHONES: CENTRAL UNION -HOME 21 21 ENTERED AT RICHMOND POSTOFFICK AS 2l CLASi f ATTJCR Dally delivered by carrier to any part of the city for seven cents a week. SUBSCRIPTION RATES: DAILY Oatslde city, six months, In advance ..fl 50 Outside city, one month, In advance.... W Llaus r und, to provide toys, can Outside city, one year, In ad vauce 8 DO 1 - : "10S qlC- cr l"r children of the By mail one year, tl.00 In advance.! city on Christmas day. The funds x A,----- '--jtz- entrusted to our care will be care- JOHN S. FITZCIBBONS, - Editor fuy ?u;iried, and at the proper time A. O. HOLLY. - Business Manage , , . ., , . m. v. it i , placed in the hands of a committee H.S.CARTER, - Reportor- RAMSEY POUNDSTONE al StafI ; ot la'llcs to hny fo1' ho P'r , , ., , . .r?r?y children of the city. We trust the N ! O N v-"') LA BE The Palladium the following1' places : Palladium office. Vvrestcott Hotel. Arlington Hotel. 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Have you noticed the increasing at J tendance at Sunday school as Christ mas approaches. o Port Arthur seems to be standing in parts, but has not been on "easy street ' ' for some time. o In the midst of these wild rumors about Kuroki beins? dead, its safe to say that if missing, he wasn't kid napped by the Russians. o Tom Watson seems to think it easier and cheaper to construct a new party than it is to make the neces sary repairs on the old Democratic parti. o Leap year has almost passed but nevertheless it would be well for am bitious girls to remember that a vic tory is often won when defeat seems certain. o : That Louisville youngster who. was horse-whipped by the girl whom he jilted is probably consoling himself with the fact that he is pretty lucky after all. o Democrats have been tugging at the President's message for over a week but have been unable to pick a single flaw in that statesman-like document. o We haven't forgotten what Mr. Bryan said last Spring about "Dem ocratic reorganizes," and here he is again working over-time at the same job himself. "Pastor Wagner" returned to Eu rope with .$500,000 in cold cash. If the "Simple Life" is as much a suc cess in other respects as it istinan oially, it must be great. o Since Mrs. Chadwiek's gigantic op era t ions reached Euurope, several M BS&YTES8 ' Pi HA inquiries have come from Earldoms and Dukedoms over there as to wheth er she is married, or a widow on the " eligible list." Representative Baxter, of Ohio, met one of his constituents the morning after election and the latter said: "Veil, Mr. Baxter, you runs c 5,000 ahead of j-our ticket, but is overcome by the landscape." POOR CHILDREN. In accordance with the custom of leading newspapers in other cities, tile Palladium hns stnrtpd n Sunt.". liberal hearted citizens of our city will respond generously. Xo matter h-ow large or small the amount , give ' . 'it with a good heart, for "a cup of ; cold water in charity given is re will be found at ' nu-ndnr..,l Ho,! ;., " n.i f ...... . , j . -,i . . 4 l ..'.vjt., mill I " hp thai (HTi!!i in tlin uroi- lmntndi ! 4 4 1, . T 1 1 Additional Society. The Daughters of Pocahontas will give a pie soeial Saturday even ing, December 17, at Red Men's hall, 'corner hinth and Main streets. All v , P . , . members and friends are cordially in vited to attend. -X- The ladies of the Christian church wiU meet in the clmrch Parlors this ' X ItCl tX L .t-V7 J i;i.viiv 5 X r At the meeting of the committees of the various churches at the Eng- lish Lutheran church Monday even- inZ a committee ox seven was ap- " 1 A J? pointed to meet at the home of Mrs J. A. Walls, in South Tenth street, Wednesday evening at 7:30 to or ganize a permanent body to help look after the children that should be governed by the ringing of the curfew. k- -:- The Washington Club, a social or ganization holding bi-monthly meet ings, enjoyed a very pleasant after noon yesterday at the home of Mrs. Elmer Jenks in Kinsey street. Mrs. Kate Lane and Mrs. Sadie Neweomb Avere winners of pretty prizes. A luncheon was served. Before the meeting adjourned the ladies decid ed to meet December 30 with Mrs. Sadie Neweomb, S07 North F street. V. .V. - The Merry Time Whist Club met yesterday afternoon Avith Mrs. Ed gar Hazeltine in North Sixteenth street and enjoyed a very pleasant session. Whist Avas a feature for which prizes Avere awarded Mesdames Bert Gains and George Scott. A Iun-h,enn in tAvo courses was daintily sewed by the hostess. Mrs. Bert Gains Avill entertain' at. her home in North Sixteenth street. AJ. At. M. Superintendent- of Schools Charles W. Jordan and County Auditor II. J. llanos attended the funeral of John Fletcher at Abington yesterday. -X Miss Irene Watts and Mrs. Elis Gray, of Richmond, are the guests of friends here for a few days. Indi anapolis Sentinel. CALL AND SEE ME. BEFORE GOING ELSEWHERE AS AM CERTAIN CAN PLEASE YOU FOR YOUR XMAS PHOTOS. SPECIALTIES FOR XMAS TRADE IN WAY OF MOUNTS, ETC. STU DIO 704 MAIN STREET. tf F HEALTH Absolutely Pure m SUBSTITUTE IS DEFEATEI BY ANDERSON IN A SLOW. AND FEATURELESS GAME "SOXY" LYONS IN THE GAME With the Anderson Team Games in Both the Western and Central Leagues. P. W. L. Pet. Muncie 1 S 11 7 .011 O Anderson ... ;) 11 8 .57S Marion L'O 11 !) .5.10 Kichmr-nd ... 1!) 10 ) .52(3 Slow and Uninteresting. (Special to the Palladium.) Marion, December 13. In a slow and uninteresting game here this ev ening Marion was defeated by An derson, 4 to 2. The game did not have one redeeming feature. Soxy Lyons appeared at center for Ander son. Marion had an in and out goal in the second period. The lineup. Marion Anderson LeAvis rush Mercer Dawson rush Wodtke Jean center Lyons Cameron.... halfback .... Gardner Burgess goal Mallory Score Marion 2, Anderson 4. Rushes Lewis 4, Mercer 4, Daw son 1. Fouls Lyons. Stops Burgess 22, Mallory 28. Referee Latham. Attendance 1,000. First Period. DaAvson 10:53. Wodtke 3:27. Second Period. Wodtke 3:51. Third Period. Mercer 5:01. Mercer 0:20. Lewis :53. CENTRAL LEAGUE MARIi a o P. W. L. Pet. O Terre Haute .28 17 11 .007 Danville 2S 10 12 .571 Ft. Wayne ..27 15 12 .555 Logan sport .. 20 13 13 .500 La fa vet te . . . 2S 13 15 .404 Kokomo .... 2S 12 10 ,428 Indianapolis .11 4 7 .303 Lafayette Defeated. (Special to the Palladium.) Indianapolis, December 13. In a game Avhich Avas very much on the lines of an amatuer one Indianapolis defeated Lafayette tonight, 3 to 0. Gavitt did not appear on the rush line for the visitors and his place was taken by Devlin, the half back. Tn the second period Devlin became angry and left the floor and his place Avas taken by an amateur play er from this city. Carrigan played half back for the visitors. One of the smallest crowds ever in the lo cal ring Avitnessed the game. The lineup: Indianapolis ITauuhton . MeGilvary Coggshal . . O'llara - . . Harper . . . Lafayette . rush Warner . . rush Devlin . . center Wiley half back . . . .Carrigan . goal Tibbitts Score Indianapolis 'A, Lafayette 0. Rushes- TIaughton 3, Warner 3. Fouls Wiley. Steps Tibbitts 20, Harper 10. R e feree Lowery. Attendance 400. First Period. MeGilvary 2:04. llaughton-9:3S. Second Period. MeGilvary-S:27. Third Period. No goal. Kokomo Defeated. (Special to the Palladium.) Terre Haute. December 13. Rob erts, the Kokomo rush, did not help, Terre Haute defeating Kokomo 7 to 5 tonight. The second period Avas the only redeeming feature of the game. The lineup: Terre Haute Kokomo Ilipson rush Smith Harkins rush Roberts Hadley center ....Fitzgerald Wood half back Hayes Mullen goal Cusick Score Terre Haute 7, Kokomo 5. ROBT. II ELLIOT Still Conducting Auction Sale for J. L. Sievert & Co. Regardless of the fact that the firm of J. L. Sievert & Co., jewelers, have experienced considerable oppo sition in their auction sale, they still continue to do a good business and draw large crowds. In fact, their store is packed Avith eager buyers at every sale. Evidently people ap preciate the rare bargains and the unconditional guarantee Avhith ac companies each sale. Buying goods at your own price and especially at this season of the year when people are out shoppin.tr for Christmas, is evdienily appreciated by the gener al public. Call in at the Sievert jewelry auc tion sale and see the line goods that are being slaughtered at auction. J. L. Sievert & Co. ami the auctioneers will treat you with courtesy. They are receiving new and freh Christmas goods daily and are of fering them to the public at auction. j A pretty g od place to buy Christ mas presents. Rushes Ilipson 7, Smith 0. Fouls Hayes. Stops Mullen 25, Cusick 25. R e feree M ora n . Attendance 1,200. First Period. Harkins 1:45. Roberts 2:53. Ilipson :17. Smith 3:30. Second Period. Ilipson 4:03. Roberts 3 :35. Third Period. Hadley 3 :05. Harkins 3 :38. Hipson 1 :53. Harkins 2 :09. Roberts :25. Smith :3S. Logansport Won. (Special to the Palladium.) Logansport, December 13 Logans port, easily defeated Danville in a sIoav game here this evening, 7 to 4. Starkie, the former Elwood goal tend, was in front of the cage for Danville and played a fair sort of a game. The lineup: Logansport Spencer rush . . Lincoln rush . . Whiting center . Griffith half back Berry goal . . . Danville . . . Daly Campbell Murtaugh . . Hardy . Starkie Score Logansport 7, Danville 4. Rushes Hardy 1, Lincoln 7, Daly 2, Campbell 1. Fouls Whiting. Stops Berry 22, Starkie 27. 1 1 e f e ree 1 1 a 1 ey . Attendance 000. First Period, Hardy 1 :50. Lincoln 5 :50. Daly 3:00. Lincoln :15. Second Period. Lincoln 0:00. Third Period. Lincoln 4 :00. Lincoln 4:10. Campbell-3:30. Lincoln :25. Daly :30. XMAS SLIPPERS AT HUMPE'S GEORGE ADE Is Reported to Have Received a Good Preposition. New York, December 13. Broad way gossip has it that Charles Fro hmari has made George Ade an ex traordinary offer for his next play 25 per cent, of the gross receipts a percentage that even Clyde Fitch in the years of his greatest success could not eou.mand. Whether Ade Avill make a contract with Mr. Fro hir.an depends upon the action of Henry W. Savage, who introduced Mr. Ade to the play-going public. A certain sense of gratitude restrains Mr. Ade from deserting his manager, but an offer of 25 per cent, is too tempting, it is said, to be refused. XMAS SHOES AT HUMPE'S. RUBBER BOOTS FOR THE 4 TTkVS SI 95 SI .fin ANT) TJP. RICHMOND SHOE CO. j Corner Eighth, and Main. I TOR SALE Old papers for sfe a the Palladium office, 15 cent hundred and some thrown in, MAGNATES HAVE WAR WESTERN AND CENTRAL LEA GUE OFFICIALS CAN'T AGREE HALFBACK "SOXY" LYONS Seems to Be the Bone of Conten tionTo Have Another Meting Tomorrow. (Special to the Palladium.) Indianapolis. Ind., December l.'l. After tomorrow's meeiiu.g f the Central polo magnates, i he war be tween ;!:e Wotern and Central Lea gues probably will start iu earnest. President Foor tonight made the fol lowing statement: "At the meeting f the managers of the Central lea gue tomorrow President Norton will be given a formal request to return Half Back Lyons or turn him out of polodom altogether. If this ropiest is refused, which Ave expect it will be, the managers of th'e different polo teams in the Central League Avill then begin their search for Western League players to wear the Central League uniforms. Three players from, the Western League Avere in the city today in consultation with me and all of them Avere willing to come to the Central League in case the war Avas started. It is very likely that a number of former Western League players will appear in Cen tral League uniforms tomorrow ev ening. Indianapolis probably Avill be benefitted if any neAv men join the league." The meeting tomorrow will be held at the Imeprial Hotel and its out come Avill be watched with interest throughout the State by polo fans. TWO STUDENTS Found in the Streets of New York Scantily Attired. New York, December 13. Scant ily clad and in grotesque costumes, two students, probably the victims of hazers, were arrested at the corner of Ninety-third street and Columbus avenue and arraigned in the West Side police court on the charge of disorderly conduct. The young men rave their names as Frederick B. Judge and Bradford Wiley, of 400 West Fifty-third street. Judge re fused to give his address. Beth are nineteen years old and say they are students at the New York Fniver ; ity. They refuse to say what they were doing in Columbus avenue mas querade. Many people on their way to the Ninety-third sTreot station of the elevated railroad at Columbus ave nue, saw the young men and stopped to find out why they Ave re so strange ly dressed. Some thought them pay ing an election bet. The large crowd caused considerable excitement, and word was telephoned t the police of the West Orie-hundodth-sUeet police station about "two crazy men." Judge, whose costume was probab ly 1 e most grotesque of the two. wore a pair of khaki trou-ers that reached only to his knees. A irre"n -oel: and a black shoe covered his ib foot, and on the- left lie w. re a wiiitc ch s'nd a tan sho A black imiess derby adorned the student s Eruptions Dry, moist, scaly tetter, all forms of eczema or salt rheum, pimples and other cutaneous eruptions pro ceed from humors, either inherited, or acquired through defective di gestion and assimilation. To treat these eruptions "veith drying medicines is dangerous. The thing to do is to take Hood's Sarsaparilla and Pills Which thoroughly cleanse the blood, expelling all humors and building up the whole system. They cure Hood's Sarsaparilla permanently cared J. Q. Kines, FTanks. III., ct eczema, from which h had suffered for soma time; and Miss Alrlna Wolter. Box 2.2, Algrona. Wis., of pim ples on her face and back and chafed skin or br body, by which she had been rreatly troubled. There are more testimonials is favor of Hood's than can be published. Hood's Sarsaparilla promises to cure and keeps the promise. POLI A FAMILY REMLDY. Pc-ru-na In L'sc In Thousands of Homes. v ' v ,A " ."v,lvf;MH';ii, I. If tif. I. . in, i, V f Ex-Governor Isaac Shug, Isur.e s!h;irp, rx-floveriior if Kana. in a letter from lJg7 I street, N. i:. Wash ington, I). C, writes: csn earnestly recommend j-oar Pcruna as an excellent ti.U. l:s reputation as a cure for cztcrrh is firmly established by my friends, who have been beneiitea by its use, and the public should know its great cura five qualities. "'"Isaac Sharp. Congressman II. Henry Powers writes from Morrisville, YUi "I'eruna I have used In my family with sucess. I onn recommend It as an ex cellelit family renjetly." If you do not derive prompt and satis factory results from the nso of Peruna, write at once to Dr. Ilartman, plvin full statement of your cao and he will bn pleaded to give you hid valuable ad vice gratis, -j Address Dr. Ilartman, President of The Ilartman Sanitarium. Columbus, O head and his right eye was blackened with burnt cork, while a quantitj of rouge on his left completed the adornments of bis optics. The re mainder of the man's face 'was daub ed with streaks of black and red. A short, stylishly cut covert overcoat completed the man's attire and add ed to its ludicrousness. Wiley was as comically dressed as his friend, only no overcoat covered the few clothes he wore, and be suf fered from the cold morning air. His facial adornment was similar to that of Judge. Both men wore pained ex pressions as they stood in the center of the large crowd which they at tracted. When the policeman reach ed the station with the young men they asked to be allowed to stand near the stove and get warm before they would give their names. When asked if they were being made the victims of a students' prank they re fused to speak. WITH A ROPE Was a Boy Rescued From Drowning by Four Children. New York, December IX With a rope made of the jackets they wore children aided in the rescue of Wil liam McManus, four years old, 22." Kast Kighty-scecnd street, from drowning in the conservatory lake in Central Park. lloys and girls were playing near the shores of the bike and McManus and s.'veral companions were sailing toy boats. The little fellow lost hi balance as he leaned over the water o guide his craft and plunged into i lie lake. Frightened by bis peril, ! flound ered about until his struggles car tied him away from the shore. The ther children shouted in .alarm and i hastened to the aid of the hoy. The rescuer jumped' into the .vater and made his wny quickly to ward tile boy. who was fast becom ing exhausted by his struggles. I'elieving that he might 1m? unable 'o bring McManus to the shore, sev eral of the boy's old playmates took o'f their jackets and tied the -Jeeves together. They threw the rope thus formed to the roan, who was impeded in his efforts to reach a place of safety by McManus' struggles. The boy seized the rope and his companions, aided by the man, or-u glit him to the shore. McManus was taken to his home. December 12th, 13th and 14th cx "urion tickets to Marion, account Meeting Indiana State Grange, will be sold via Pennsylvania Lines from all ticket stations in State of Indi ana. For particulars consult Local Ticket Agent of those lines. ,1 -s- v-- ,-y i j . . ; ; . v , . I . ' o ' ' ' - " , S . ... . " - ' , -) ) ; W,.-: " . . .