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RICHMOND DAILY PALLAPITO. THURSDAY MORNING, v DECEMBER 22, 1904.
: THE PALLADIUM 1"H"I"M-I--I-H"M-I"I-I"I-1 H"I' H"M"M' I1 1 II I-I-l-M' M-I- PUBLISHED DAILY AND WEEKLY. AT 922 MAIN -STREET. TKLEPHONE8J CENTRAli UNION HOME - ' - - 21 21 CKTEHED AT BICHMOND POSTOFFICE AS 2D CLASJ MATTER Dally delivered by carrier to any part of the city for seven cents a weelt. SUBSCRIPTION ltATKS : . ; ' DAILY - 'C ' i OaMlde city, six months, In advance ..fl 50 Outside city, one month. In advance 8U Outside city, one year, In advance...... 8 uu WEEKIiit By mail one year, 11.60 in advance. JOHN S. FITZGIBBONS. - tfior A. O. HOLLY. - Business Manage H. S. CARTER, - Report or' RAMSEY POUSDSTONE a I Staff CTnTO N jSlpi LA BE L The Palladium will be found at the following places: Palladium office. Westeott Hotel. Arlington Hotel. Union News Company Depot. Gates' Cigar Store, West Main. Two cents at all places of sale. The tariff reformers do not dare to begin to specify Avherein they want the tariff reformed, because they know that such a procedure would result in a fight among themselves. mm jfr d& H..X-I-: .m-mmm..:. i i i;..i..h..i..i..i..i..i,iI :..i..i-..xx-.imi..i.-i- The Xmas party to be given by the Young Ladies Sodality of St. Mary's Church, Monday evening-, December Twenty-Sixth, at St. Mary's hall, promises to be a de lightful affair. A novel feature of the evening's pleasure will be a "clothes line special.' ' , Each member is re quested to bring a stocking contain ing a package, to be deposited with the committee having the "special" in charge. A "general good time is anticipated and a .cordial invitation extended to all members and visiting guests to attend. V" 5v i The Thursday Afternoon Social will be entertained this afternoon by Mrs. "Walter Paulus, at her home in North A Street. K- i Mrs. Bert Gains, who resides in North Sixteenth Street will be hos tess this afternoon, for the Navajo Euchre Club. K- -A- Mrs. J. A. Greenstreet is visiting New Castle friends. X Miss Mabel Barber lias from DePauw University to spend Xmas and New Years with her par ents, Mr. and Mrs. J. O. Barber, of South Thirteenth Street. r- JllSS MS. CHADWICK Some Witnesses f.Were Yesterday. these 12S04,G1G were paid and 6, 890,239 were free. Examined Cleveland, O., December 21. Still another sachel, one thought by. Re ceiver Nathan Loeser to contain val uables belonging to Mrs. Chadwick, In, the Gutter. ; A young married woman of this city was picked up in an intoxicated condition and taken to the po!iee station last evening. A few hours later her husband called for her and took her home. Charlotte Myrick, editor of was to,la-v fo;in, t0 be hissing. This (developed m a snort examination or th American TliHi fir-li -!. who at- ! inAcA v,, Af-ri i-TTo i;SMiss Miry Loudraville, Mrs. Chad will return to' Indianapolis todav. AVlck s fcimer housekeeper, held be- (fore referee Remington. This exam sJohn Bracewell, of Danville, Uli- ination merely a continuance of nois, is in the citv assisting Meitzler the "earim the receiver is conduct Brothers open the new ci-ar store. ln? to locate missing Chadw,ck Mr. Bracewell is a cigar man of wide Property. Other witnesses will have j to be examined betore the receiver will be able to put his fingers on the The K. C. ladies were entertained "Pposed valuables, if at all. The Mrs. L. I,. Harris and family are now residents of this city. They re side at 101 Ncrth Thirteenth street. experience. yesterday afternoon at the club rooms, Mrs. J. II. Luken acting as hostess. The hours were spent at progressive euchre, prizes being awarded Mrs. Margaret Dempsey and Mrs. J. II. Luken. The hostess for next week's party will be Mrs. John Barrett. -? vr vr Mrs. Walter Ratliff entertained the Wednesday Whist Club yester day afternoon at her home in West Fifth street. Four tables at drive PHILIPPINE Coins is J. A, Spekenhier Giving to His Friends. County Treasurer J. A. Sp3ken hier is distributing Chris' mas pres ents to mnn of hi-, friend in the sh:ue of a of the r.-w coins To? York the dav before Mrs. Chadwick tIie IMiilippue Islands. In the set discovery is in addition to the miss ing trunk and grip that disappeared from the Holland House in New was examined. Mis Landraville was the only wit- are a half eentavo (cei.O. one cen tavo. Jive eentavos. ten eentavos. Its Useless to Doctor Rheumatism. No use to doctor Rheumatic - un less yoa go after it the Jt way it came. It's useless to doctor Rheumatism from the outside. It didn't get in that way. Rubbing with oil, bandaging with salve, applying hot compresses won't do. Your Rheumatism jjot into your sys tem through exposure or faults of di gestion. You must go after it the same way, if you expect to be cured! That's what Athlophoros does, and does a lit tle better than anything else. It cures because it goes directly to the cause! Sounds sensible, does it not? It's also true. We can show you how to get well, so that you may never have Rheumatism after being cured of it. Send four cents in stamps and learn more about "Rheumatism Its Cause and Cure.' Athlophoros Co.. New Haven. Conn. If your drujrgist doesn't sell it. let us lenow. w of the store were stored thousands of dollars' worth of mattinsrs and other ness examined today. She told of .twenty eentavos. htty centav.s and mghly int.aiuniable material, and accompanying Mrs. Chadwick to the'om lvso (dollar). On one side of i the tire went into this and destroyed Holland House at the hitter's re- the coins the English word i t ' Hilt quest, and of taking two sachels in- i "fed with the Spanish word to a room. Judge Albaugh, of Can- "eentavo" or "peso." At the hot ton, and several men, the witness m of the coins u this one side is said, were present in nn adjoining "Filipinos." On the other side is room. She heard no conversation. "United States of America." sur rounding the earle and shield. On it as so much tinder. Every Engine Called. Every engine in the city was call ed out. The tire spread into the building adjoining occupied by the Wheeler grocery, where it was al most impossible t, cope with the ! the Eilipino side there is a figure ofillames as they were on the top floor I -.1 1 1 ,1 ' 1 ,1 ... in i ue rear, away irom llign Active volcano. 1 he, street and the allev alongside the "T wsia i ns rn f-f Oil in n-5 -r tlif. l:ii-o-n a woman with a hammer, and m the .and , whist was a feature for Avhieh a prettv prize was awarded Mrs. Bert A to wliat hal '"mo of the sach- ( returned , Smvser. Mrs W. C. Converse will,01 tl! witness roUed I otilflrinin lir rliit f1iT-f Tr-.ifiVc! i . i. ot o..i. t..i. one to IK I. 'me. ot this citv. 1 "iwine .m .inm- .. , ui'in-i- ii nei mime. -Jt ouuui J t-iim . - . . . ... ,-., ,Y , ., street failed up by telephone and told him t'oin"; :"v ot t,K' sanu slz' :1s ro,ns m.MitholT building. ' i about the sachel, and asked him to ll!t United States, except that the! The firemen carried the hose, come for it. He arrived after Mrs "lie ,(nt is l:""ger than the one in however, into the fourth floor of the Chadwick had left for New York, nst' !'''s nntry, and the half- new First National Bank building and I gave it to him." luster to his own fame. But the! Miss Edith Doney, Miss Louis Eb- Ameriean people have already pass-; ert and Miss Louise Boyd, of Earl- o fcent is a little smaller than cur one and fairly Hooded the MithofT and led a series of resolutions in their .ham College will spend' their vaca-i One sachel, she said, contained let- , 'nt- Thm' is u -"-t piece in , Wheeler buildings. After the flames own minds approving this man in tions at home. hers and papers. She did not know ! te set. the twenty taking its place. had eaten their way to the front of In one Southern State an empty the same way as the Friends at Ma- Quite a number from here will go what had become of the other sach poor house has been sold at public riC!n and elsewhere have approved to Hagerstown tonight to attend the , el. Receiver Loeser said today it auction. Evidently the South does Christmas dance. j was not likely that Mrs. Chadwick not. expect more of tlie kind of time.? mmmmmmim 0 Bert Coates is able to be back to ; would again be summoned before the it has been tryiiiff to vote upon the f! AM'R'R.T'nfTP. flTTV i ,lis work affain. i bankruptcy court. She appeared in The lower i-ide of the nnblie 1 harles Auit, ot liartlord t ity, court yesterday, but did not testity. At Columbus, Ohio Loss Will be i ( country for a long while. The fJeneral Assembly toi convene on January r) will be one of the most imporinnC in the history of the Stale. The size of the Republican majority in both branches of the le;i 1 d '.ire should only serve as a special incentive to avoid rush and il!-eo.siU'ivd h'gisl tion. BIG FIRE The r;en!s a; Marion, lnd., have schools will give an entertainment j Friday afternoon. I iur. vjiver ienson and nss -Jessie Pitman were married Tuesday even ing. Mrs. Ed Doyle was in Richmond Wednesday. Harry Allen will be home from In dianapolis for Christmas. Miss Reriha Hastings, of Rich mond, is at Morris & Krahl's this iwill be home Saturday to visit for several days. Ben Stalker and family are mak ing preparations to go on the mad again in the spring with their wild ' west show. commended the )resid' nt in a series week. of resolutions commended him for! Mrs. Elias Scott visited with rela his elTo'ts toward promoting the lives in Richmond Tuesday, pea-.v of the world, and this is j Bailey Fraumburg is home ihl the same man that the demagogues week. depicted as "the man on horse-j Willard Ulrieh was in Indiana back," a man who sought war as a polis Wednesday. twentieth century Napohon in order. Matt Shew was in Davtcn, Ohio, to enhance his own wver and add Tuesday. Roy Paul will enter business col lege at Indianapolis after the holi day vacation. Miss PolHo Horvern, of Dublin, visited with local friends Wednes day. Miss Nellie Knox will be home visit She was returned to carriage. the jail in a from Richmond this week to her parens for several days. ('harles Dill is expected ft om Muncie. OFFICIAL FIGURES Of the Louisiana Purchase Exposi tion Given Out. The official (igm been prepared- by $160,000. Columbus, Ohio, December 21. Fire early today in High street, near Broad, dest roved 1 Hi ,)(() worth of the M it holt building the firemen from No. .'J house entered and work ed on the second floor. Explosion of Gas. Suddenly there was an explosion of gas, an dthe second floor went down. Firemen Darken, Owens, Me Avery, Herman and Freeh were in jured, btu none seriously. The five story MithofT building was partly wrecked. The fire was next to the new eight-storv First National Bank winch have directors of es tlu admissions of the l.ivd as 1'ats. and something like exposition, on . fifteen t ami lies reside there, but, all osses are widely distributed and are partly covered by insurance. property and stocks in the center ot lM,il,iiIUr. but it escaped dama-e. The me nusmess district, ana m an ex-. OSSls nr0 widelv d p!or n durtnu' tne tire nve liremen were liiore or less injured. The lire started in the Mithoff building on 'the second floor in the rear of the First National Bank. The Second, third and fourth floors were oceu- A Wreck Reported. As we are alumt to go to press v.-crd was received that a freight wreck had occurred in the vicinity of Centerville. Nothing could be Try a Palladium Want ad. concessions ami ac Louisiana Purcflbise nome ti,e number ot admissions to the big were rescued. . learned at that hour as to the extent fair, have been 'made public and I The fire so; n spread into the stores of the wreck or if anyone had been they show that the total record for j of the Krauss, Butler & Benhara ; injured. The wrecking crew left the admissions from April 30 to Decern- ' company, the largest carpet and nig citv at 3:30 for the scene of the ac- ber 1, inclusive, was PhGOLS;") ; of dealers in central Ohio. In the rear cident. . - w ,-.'i--(;$'(-':' " JrfVyY .:'-.V'---; :'.. " W 5"" - : V, ,V N- STORE v'tA', , - -.. , -Z' A KN0LLENBE We are now experiencing a Holiday Season of unusual activity, and in the remaining three days this activity will reach its climax. We are very grateful to the generouslpublic for the liberal patronage they are now. according us, due, we believe largely to the fact that WE HAVE WHAT THEY WANT. Our effort to please are being rewarded by an appreciation made manifest by approving expressions from the hundreds of satisfied customers who daily leave our store. v ;v Our stocks are still quite large and varied. We have gifts that are within the limit of any purse. Pretty and desirable Gifts costing but a trifle and repres ent ing good value for every cent asked; and from that point upward to the most elaborate presents the heart could desire. Have your friends meet you at Knollenberss' Store. When tired from the strain of shopping,-avail yourself of the use of our room. TO ALL.. . A WELCOME GREETING THE GEO. H. :KNOLLENBERG COMPANY. Our Store will be closed all day Monday. December 29.04, and Monday, January 2, 05. 9