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it in the ?tmf*sphere; a new season b upon us?a new style
period has been ushered in. We are proud to announce that
this autumn rinds us better prepared than ever before to
?apply the clothing- needs of our rundreds of loyal patrons.
In the selection of our colossal stocks we have ardently em?
phasized our policy of providing- for the wants of ALL.
CATERING TO THE-MASSES with reputable clothing; as
low as $13.50, and finer qualities up to $35. as representative
examples of this store's value-giving, we ask you to see the
lines of men's and young men's autumn suits in the very
newest and approved styles at $15, $18 and $ao.
A Remarkable Showing of Fine
Nothing short of an international woolen exposition;
fabrics from the most renowned weavers of England, Ireland,
Scotland, Belgium, France, Germany and America. Newest
browns, tans, wines, purples, greys, neat mixtures, blues and
blacks in clever Norfolk models, English models, square front
models, conservative models; exclusive creations of our own
designers; tailored in our own shops; the equals in every re?
spect of the individual tailor's $40, $50, $60 productions. A
real clothes treat, merely to view these Burk High Grade
Suits at $35, $30, $35?
A Word About Fifteen Dollar
The man or young man who. for circumstances or any,
other reason thinks $15 enough to pay for a suit may come
here with confidence in the quality he will get It is better
to spend your where high quality rules than where $15
suits are the principal thing.* You know the emphasis we put
on value here. These $15 suits can't be matched anywhere
else for the money; no, not for $20. All wool and pure
worsted, and a size for any figure, $15.
BURK & COMPANY,
Main and Eighth Streets.
TAP FAMILY ML
11 TAFTS BEHALF
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180,000; expenses Washington head
Quarters. $21.000; Chicago headquar?
The cost of President Taft's cam?
paign tour to Ohio was borne by the
campaign committee, he said. Mr. Mc?
Kinley aald no money was sent by the
Washington headquarters for the pri?
mary fight 'there.
Orrasby McHarg said the preliminary
work he did la behalf of Colonel
Roosevelt was undertaken at the re?
quest of William U Ward, of Mew
Tork, who asked him to make a "sur?
vey of the country to ascertain the
sentiment of the people." Later, Mr.
McHarg said, he took up the work of
organization of the Roosevelt cam?
paign in the Southern States. He de?
clared that his dealings Jiad been ex?
clusively with local attorneys *n the
several Staff, who were placed In
charge of the local campaigns for
Koosevelt- The total expenditures in
Virginia, he said, had been about $1.000. i
aad in South Carolina 1600. Mr. Mc?
Harg aaid he had participated in a |
conference in New York in January, j
at watch Dan R. Ilanna, Walter L?
Brown and. he thought. Frank A. Mun
t>ey and George W. Perkina had dis-'
raised the plan of transferring strength
from ?e?at >r La Kollette.
"I ad-era ed against the shifting of
any of Senator, La Foilette's strength
to Colonel Roosevelt." he said, "be?
cause I knew it would be charged up
to Colonel Koosevelt and that the
i harge of treachery would he mile
1 am sure Colonel Koosevelt never bad
C w. Act*? ? ro
The eH*t anim and nr> ',vt?Tp
rapraaf Sbvapt BuiM-nf m th*
SoafB: mmmn* far ?*"?"' ?n?j r*h*r
???. ?M rr?r>
??>?- !? rhcl
anything- to do with stich change at
ths progressive strength."
air; McHarg told the oommittee that
he had had nothing to do with politics
since the June convention. ?
?leather Chagtn Added.
Another chapter was added to the
disputed story of the eo-ealled Harri
man poUtdcal contribution when
Wayne MacVeagn. * former Attorney
General, to-day told the Cmpp com?
mittee nf a telephone ?conversation TL
McK. Twombley bad with the late E.
IL Hai liaissi In 190i.
Mr. MacVeagn eald that while tn
Mr. Twombley'a office the latter had
a telephone talk, and toM him that it
was with Mr. Harriman. that Mr. Isar,
riman had said fee had been to ths
White House, that President Roeae
veH kam eaprtseal anxiety that a
$24?.0?? fnad be raised, mad that Mr.
HarHmaei had agreed to ft. Charles
A. Peabody, president of the Mutual
life Insurance Company, Mr. Mac
Veagb eald. waa fa Mr. Harriman's
office While Mr. Harriman waa talking
This waa Mr. MacVeaspVs version
of a story told by Charles Edward
Russell. Socialist candidate for Gov?
ernor of New York, and Judeon C.
wellleer, a newspaper man, to the
effect that J. P. Morgan had received
a similar telephone call from the
TVhKe House. Mr. MacVeagn admitted
having told Mr. WeUiver about the
Ilarrtnnut-Twntnpley conversation, but
knew of none In which M Morgan
Mr. MacVeagh testified he had been
given to understand that in making
contributions la l?t M Tveomaley
j represented the Vanderhfit railroad ln
l terests. Henry C. Frick the coal and
i ft eel interests, aad John X>. A roh hold
land the Ute H. H. Rogers Standard
! Oil Interests.
_(Continued From First Page.)
I ly the same as the utterances or Mr.
[ Taft, and if yon look at the Saratoga
! platform, which Mr. Roosevelt hlmeelt
j -ndtrsed. yon will find there an un
| loalifted Indorsement ef the Payne
-Mdrirh tariff. Just as unqualified as
J Mr. Taft made in his Win on a speech."
Governor Wilson had a strenuous day
I !n Kansas, making seven speeches For
twenty miles ?f his Journey he rode in
the loeemotlve cab. while the train
! was running** mile a minute.
I At Pbillipeburg. speaking of monop
' ollea, he eald:
"Mr. Roosevelt wants to g?t On their I
. barks and ride them, but he does aot
' nant th?m to be put our of business.'*
Sp-aker Champ Clark and Governor
Wllurn appeared together In public
f?r the first time siivre the latter won
the perrveratlr. nomination. A t rem end
eo* crewd gave both ro?n an ovation
Ppesker Oe-k. la tetroduelng Gov?
ernor Wilson at <~?neention Ball ralVd
h.m the "twenty-seventh President of
* he l ntted States."
The Goe-ernor tn reply said ho waa
?lad to atand ? ?h ii,- to shoulder
witfc the great eoenker of the H i?a "
Te>e Governor left at It o'clock a*"
j night for Sprtagfield, TIL. aad St. Ueaia.
j a here he wlu apeak to-morrow. -
star NTakam ?NNaNNl Sesra." '
t*e?'fi t??ege. Lau Or taker ? -T'te
! -?elid South ? may he broken end
! ** eoorew WiUer. may tnae tarne at]
lT>niaiaaa a electoral vote* la the earn
liar election, a .? to the resent dletrVt
Itng of the ?tat? ? receding to the Fei
(r-el statute. ??-wh renuiroa restdea?
ra the e*te*Mer t-irtt fe ho represent et
, by earn rendtdat* for alerter, except
i la the reee of the two electors-at lsrg*
! It te p^teted >rt that the tost filed t*T
?he Piaani rst?e party sOowa that thee,
j rnngreeeiotiai dtetrwta are aot repre.
s?-fe4 t,f randieotes ?aidant fherein
Time for fifing nominations expired
M'.adav aad l ?od? re of the piegioe
stv* perrv ar*a-teg to dee rhet th?r
we, m anagfia any e#>.rt of the Paaao ;
orats la rerrect their error.
tkm Adapt. aa-Mita Tni-ouf?
Mainly en the etrength. of an as
sored bead iaaue of fiO.eo*. although
aaajeraUy favorable coadltgpne piapsa
e port the board of director* of the
?h^moad-Wuhiaqrtoii Highway As?
sociation loot s?est seise ted too
/out through Spo try! venia rstttor
thsjs that by way of Objto
Ons County. Although P. St Ju?
lien Wilson. State Highway Com?
missioner. wa? not present in person,
his detailed resort of the two proposed
routes were read. Both Mr. Wilson gad
Henry W.-Anderson favored the Spot
sylvanta ? route la reports.
Caroline county eras represented at
the meeting hp members,of the Board
of Superrtaors and. prominent cttlsen*
srho were forced to eon the highway
banded over to Spo tayhr ante In spite
of their protests. Carolina, made on
thuslastle odfcrra, hag noetethat touehed
the magnificence of the guarantee of
a tiO.OOu bog? iasue aaada by toe rep
reaentaUves ot Spcdsyl venia. The
guarantee wsa offared by two mem
ecra -of the Board of, Supervisors, the
< commonwealth's Attorney and influen?
tial ?itiaaaa. who) eaare la attendance
1 to urge the route which was ultimate?
The route as Mid out last night will
lead from Richmond through Henrico.
Hanover, Spottsylvgnia. Stafford. Prince
William. FaiBfex Into Alexandria and
I Washington. On," entering Spottsyl
vania. the last of the counties to be
agreed upoa. the r<?ad will go by Daven?
ports Bridge. Prartlowa. Mount Pleas?
ant. Spottsylvanlgt Courthouse to Prod
ericksburg. Progn Fred cricks burg the
route will he by, way ot Stafford coun?
ty. Courthouse./ Dumfries. Occoquam
and AceotinJk tin to Alexandria.
Of the fd?.tj?e bond issue to be
raised, all Is t p be agent upon the road
from Davenpckt'a Bridge to Spottsyl
ivanla Courtrgnise, according to the
assurances of! the men from Spottsyl -
vania These, men went home full of
the spirit of the plan and elated over
their victory' over Caroline. The call
for the votej on the bond issue Is to
be sent out in December, and the vot?
ing; will taJps place In February, when,
as some sugjgepied last night, the farm?
ers wfll bo An a mood to rote for good
roads after plowing through miles of
swampy driving to ballot
Got aeonee in Richmond.
According to the statement of the
treasurer.' the association has suc?
ceeded in raising In Richmond pledges
amounting? to nearly $80,000. while,
there arc fine prospects for securing
an appropriation of $I8.00e from the
City conncil to be spent on the road
ten miles out of Richmond. The ft- j
nances bt the association are in a most
encouraging condition and nothing J
seems to stand In the way of completeI
success. Report? of conditions in!
Prince) William. Hanover, Henrlco and j
Stafford Counties showed that the
farmers are heartily In sympathy with
the plan for a good road from Rich?
mond- to Washington and more than
willing to vote for the bond issues.1
In' .Han?rer County work on the'
highway Is actually under wag. while j
tbe bond Issue la Stafford has been,
voted, and work la to be begun shortly.!
Work on the Spctsylvania division pt
the road cannot he undertaken until
the new year. While Henrlco la fa?
vorably disposed toward the highway
and ready to do Its share, it Is not
probable that, work on this lap win
begin until spate action hag been taken
on the proposed appropriation by the
In his address to the directors Pres?
ident Anderson pointed out the neces-j
aity for legislation regulating tbe!
width of tires for vehicles, in order
that the road may not be cut up as
soon as it Is built. Some better law.
requiring wider tires, must be had in
Virginia before any good road can-oe
maintained, he said. The splendid
roads of Europe are made possible
through tbe government regulatl >n of *
tires, where the tires sre made wide i
enough to improve the road, instead j
of tearing it up. Mr. Anderson also j
urged that the association employ a:
corps of men to do constant repair;
work on the highway, once It is com?
Jay Lewis was elected assistant sec- j
$4 to $6
Lewis A. Crosse?,
It was brought over in the Mayflower and has
been used constant evdr nice as die peer of doaieslic
remedies. General Gam Washington alwavs car?
ried a bottle of GOOSE GREASE stored away
with his woolen socks. When on campaigns ha knew
and used only the best.
Rite's Goose Gc^^ and Mother's
Joy Salve have been in use for many years. TTiey
are recommended by leading physician
individuals all over the country. Try a bottle and
become a member of this aany of entlWiastic users
and boasters for Rice's Goose Grease Uniment and
Mothers Joy Salve. They will inimecUately
relieve and entirely cure the most aggravated cases
of cough, cold, croup, sore throat; fire burns
and scalds; quickly overcomes the pain and swdHng
in gout; and is the BEST known remedy on
EARTH for Pl^UMONIA. It reaclm the eotiie
system by vaporizing, stimulates the dmiktm
goes imrnecuately to the seat of pain in less time than
any other known medicmal application; applied exter?
nally. Recoiniriencfcd and sold by all t^-dass
GOOSE GREASE COMPANY, Inc.
Sale* Office, Room 3, No. 110 fl.
F?ll ft SUCCESS
MartfMvillc. V?.. October s_-Tne Henry
county Fair, held ander the apsplcrs of the
Marttnsville Athletac AaseVlatloa, opened
iiere to-day with a terse ??naher et exhi?
bits aed a iarg? etteadauce. The woasas'e
department, the edssetfsSst aeaertaaeat aed
the display ef fratts are particularly Sate.
This was -Teterass* Bey" st the fsfrr. and
ail old soldiers wees sdsettted free. la the
contest this afairesaa for beet ismMaailes
horse. John A. Brews took Srst setae; **.
I?. English, sstsaa, aad Hareea Hatrsten.
third. For best sear matched horses, H- B.
Hundley, first, sad Pr. 3. W. exarnsesa, ser
ssd Best eentlemaa drtyer.
Heuchtns. Srst; VomM Hei~
and Jobs B. Ssrttb. third,
the rams** wams a trtek rider
Sne'ezmeMtea ef trtok raste* t
- Harries**."' the saasBjsJ ostrsr*, as on ex
Tajea* Rechet A, Sewersei
The funeral ef Mrs Rachel A.
r-rh we maker*, wbe died st her hawse,
nr. Forrest street. Winthrop. Mem . Us*.
y?ndaj. took piece yesterday^ Inter?
ment being BSSde is Wakeuem CdaSt
tery. Msasachtssetts. Mrs. aohw grass
berp was hern ?s Ritkmsni, the
daughter of the Ute Mrs. B. Dentntel
ros n. of SO 2 Rsst Breed Bare et. She
i? arrived bv two sous. Eugene and
Forrest Schwanenberg, and hp three
daughters. Mrs. Ma ado MSB salt sd Mew
York, end Misses Dslsy anal
Nrhwsrxenberg. She W*S Sfty-five
: fers of sge
Mr* Vsleatlse and Mesa JeasBISB ere bav?
in* ? ntoet ssier*snfei irt* is ?istsweet Vsr
gleta. Tbrv spans te a MnS*. tlowd st
?Art sense sad eigsslsed a sadtnsji negoi
!h?re ?a October k wwh Mrs Stephen rwt
nr-r ss preeldest. Mr* Peytesj Ores* as stce
prvrMewt. an* there are t e> Irry-Sve a? ash Pra
They west to Mb rise, tor OMltir t, ead
'mm Startes to AS
r??ntpearM or Mm. TPelBSJ. At
e' Mnx WHIIas
The f**>eraI ?f WlUtsm
who died Monday BSgbt st a?a
I2e>; Torb Aver)*?, will he ess*
from the residence this aft >r so on st
He) o'clock. Mr. ChrIstles wan sdaty
nine years ***.
10 Uli IEEIM
I Ootr? linmes From fmht r*^**^
see of sack n
the reieetssa ef a
The pofl bosh*.
fiem the steins*
meats as piiillil ay aw, aa
by Mr. Turaaafll m M ueeMtek."
The committee bad a iinl-aajaja aad
tedious s-eslea. lastlns; aearly am ea
tlre atsbt aad day The members
(tare the utwaat patience aa4 rare to
their work, aerer eomplatalaa; a?e
endeavoring to be strictly fair sad
impartial aa Tsatweea the two parties
to the coatee*. It was the evident de
slre of each msmher to do full justice |
The poll books, bejlota aad cartl
ficatea haws aD been placed la the]
custody of the clerk of
to await the
J. Taylor Ktlrsoa'
that he raj a meet
haa of the Perns cratlc State oseamtt
tee to hoar a asaapssttn appssi tress
the OWfcdia of the Fourth WstrVt,
from Falasahsrs; that Chaliwss MMr
soa has boa swanked to call a asset -
I nor for Tenser, bat It has not pot;
been deem trasses seeao peroea af?
fected saakea the reejneet. the meet
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