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THE RICHMOND PALLADIUM AND SUN-TELEGRAM, MONDAY, FEBRUARY 17, 100S.
PAGB EIGHT. IS LEADING MILLER fMI Developments in the Republi can Gubernatorial Race Point to These Men. WATSON SUA sr nn K i m BMW TUESDAY BEGINS OUR SPMKGI908 PEHDOD ST ftfi V IE FRY m R0D0CT0RY 18,000 yards of Nainsook and Swiss Edgings and Insertions, baby widths, neat, pretty, sweet effects for baby clothes Medium Widths, Flouncings, All Overs and Cor set Cover Embroideries for women's under and outer wear, beautiful styles for trimming waists, and showy, elaborate effects for Flounces, Skirts and Ruffles. THE MONUMENTAL BULK and MATCH LESS VARIETY makes it impossible to print details. Our Entire Store in Embroidery Attire Over 500 sq. feet of table space given to the display of Embroideries. 'Twill pay to come and see this mammoth display if nothing else bt a look. 12,000 Yards Edgings, Insertions and Corset Cover Embroideries, worth to 50c, only 15c yd. 2,000 Yards Swiss and Nainsook BabyEmbroider ies, worth to 25c, only ....10c yd. 1,200 Yards of Swiss Flouncings and Bandings, worth to 75c yd: Flouncings 29c yd. Bandings 23c yd. 2,500 Yards of Fine Swiss Flouncings, Corset Cover, and All Over Embroideries, worth to $1.00, on ly 49c yd. 15 pieces of Fine Swiss All Over Waistings, worth to $2.25 yd., only 98c yd. 10 pieces of Fine Swiss All Overs, worth to $2.50, on ly $1.49 yd. Just a Few Lace Specials That Will Pay to Investigate Oriental Laces in white and Ecru, worth to 25c a yard, only 10c yd. Cluny Laces in white and linen color, worth to 25c a yard, only 15c yd. Fine Torchon Laces, worth to 10c yard, only 4c yard 7 yards for ; 25c Linen Pillow Case Lace, worth to 10c yd., only 5c yd. See the Special Values in Fine Sheer India Linens, Persian Lawns, Nainsooks, Long Cloths, Mercerized Batistes, etc., etc. LEE mm AN ATTACK ON WATSON. RANK AND FILE HAS FOUND THE ORIGIN OF THE ANTAGONISTIC ATTITUDE OF LABOR LEADERS TOWARD MAN. Indianapolis, Ind., Feb. 17 The de velopments in the gubernatorial race so far lead to the impression that the race is between Charles W. Miller and Congressman James K. Watson, with the latter in the lead at present. The Miller and Watson workers do not seem to fear that Taylor will ever mus, ter enough strength to become formid able in the convention. Taylor Is coming in for much criti icism for statements he is making ev erywhere ho goes that the party is in such condition that no one else in it but himself can be elected governor. This statement is regarded as a re flection, not only on candidates, but on many influential members of the party. Taylor has come out squarely as the laboring men's candidate. Edgar A. Perkins, of the state federation of La bor; Fred Feick, of Garrett; Theodore Perry, Clarence Gaummer, of Indian apolis, and other well known labor leaders are looking after the feature of Taylor's race. Perkins is now said to be on the road in behalf of the effort to discred it Watson. He visited Ft. Wayne this week and was busy among the labor unions there. He gave out a state ment that the object of his visit was to stir up the unions against Congress man Watson. During the last few days much light has been shed on the origin of the at tack on Watson by the so-called labor political committees. Theodore Per ry has publicly admitted that he fram ed up the first resolution adopted by labor unions against Watson. Repub lican editors in many places have just learned of the charge that the labor movement against Watson is being led by democratic politicians, and they are calling the attention of the mem bers of their party to the so-called ef fort of democrats to nominate the re publican ticket. The Washington Herald says that Feick and Perkins made a fight in the second district two years ago against Congressman Chaney, a republican, whose labor record had never been questioned before. The editor of the paper says that Perkins and Feick made their attack with the knowledge and support of the democratic state committee, and, that j the democrats who are inciting labor i unions against Watson would not sup- port the republican ticket, no matter who is nominated. During the eight years we have operated our Savings Department we have opened more than 8,000 accounts and have paid to our depositors more than $100,000.00 in Interest. If you are not numbered among this prosperous army and have not shared in the distribution oi this large earning ot interest we invite you to OPEN AN ACCOUNT WITH US. McMmisomi Trast Co. Leading Trust Company in Eastern Indiana Open Tuesday Evenings. W,M is KIMBLE FINGERS OF WOMEN MAKE THE FLAGS AND SIGNALS FOR THE NATION New York, Feb. 17. About 40 hand3, mostly women, are employed In the flag making loft of the Brooklyn navy yard. Some of these are engaged In working at electrially driven sewing machines, while others are busy doing hand embroidery work. In addition, to American flags and signals, the standards of all nations are made. It seems that the cost of producing a flag depends Inversely on the size of a country, that Is the flag of a powerful nation is less expensive than the flag of a small and inconspic uous nation. The costliest are said to be the flags of the South American re publics. The flag of Salvador costs $52.."0, quite the most expensive made, excelling in value about $12, the presi dent's flag, which is the largest made, being 3tifeet long and 19 feet wide. More than 10,KtO flags were turned out last year, which required about 150,000 yards and more than ?2.j,000 worth of bunting. I." this concerns 7011, read carefully. Ut Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin Upoiltl.ely euaran - J to cure fndie.Btion. constipation, sick head be. orlonslvo breath, malaria and all disease: Islnsr from storoar .rouble THE CIVIUZED WAY. It is interesting to read an advertise ment that tells of the new way, the civ ilized way, if you please, of curing chronic constipation and its many at tendant ills. No one ever thought of treating the bowel nerves for this com mon ailment until Mr. Blackburn "the man behind the pills" discovered that by doing this the bowels could be aid ed in a most natural way to perform their function, without draining the bystem of elements required by the brain and heart. The duties of a civilized life rob the bowel nerves more than any other, of their nervous force. Combining castor oil with refined sulphur, eascarin, wild lemon and the like, by a marvelously intricate meth od and worked out by the most learned and skilled chemists and phar macists results in a sweet lit tle pill, called Blackburn's Castor Oil pills, that nourishes the bowel nerves, physic old and young pleasant ly and purify the entire system. All druggists sell ten and twenty-five cent packages. If you should .want the genuine, ask for Blackburns's and take no imitation. ANNA GOULD WILL REMARRY, JUST TO REGAIN HER SOCIAL STATUS IN FRANCE. 4. VI A v. If A Natural Fortress. In the northern part of Madagascar is the most remarkable natural fortress in the world. It is occupied by a wild tribe who call themselves the People of the Rocks. The fortress is a lofty and precipitous rock of enormou size, 1.000 feet high and eJgnt square miles In area. lis side are so steep that St t-auFK't be combed without artificial means. Within it 5s hollow, and the only entrance is by a subterranean passage. St. James' Gazette. 5 i ST -4 c . Thrift. There is aa old fashioned word that ought to coiue iuto use again thrift. There are a distressing number of shiftless people in the world, and. while we shall call uo names, we hope every reader wills pause at this para graph and think seriously of thrift and shiftlessness. Atchison Globe. The Changed View. I Every man takes care that his neigh ! bor does not cheat him. But a day comes when he begins to care that he does cot cheat his neighbor. Then all goes well. He has changed his market cart Into a chariot of the sun. Emerson. NOTICE. Wayne Aerie Degree and Drill Team will meet Tuesday night at 7 o'clock in Aerie Hall for transaction of im- 1 1 portant business and drill We don't like to brag of our printing but for the life of us we can't see why we shouldnt do a lit tle shouting, so long as our customers shout even louder than we do. A Quaker City customer is unusually a Quaker City en thusiast, and one or more orders, at most, will tell you why this is so. Why not "get wise" to bet ter work? We'll call and take your ord er. Call phone 1121. Quaker City Printing Co. Over 17-19 N. 8th St. SEE OUR SPRING LINE ...of... GO-CARTS ..at... HASSENBUSCH'S Use Nyals' Winter Cough Remedy, WHITE PINE TAR. Contains no Alcohol, Chloro form or Opiates. 25 c- QUGLEY DRUG STOHE 4th and Main. The Bee Hive Grocery Co. Automatic Phones 11981199 Bell-190 A cup of our famous BEE ; HIVE COFFEE Will start you right of a morning. iDR.W.J.StVUTH .. DENTIST. 1 5? 5 1 103 Main StreeL CroanJ floor NO TROUBLE AT ALL With 5'our range if you burn oar coal. Our coal is all high grad, well screened and free from alate and dirt before sending to your order. One ton will prove It. whether you burn It In range, fur nace, fctovc or fire place. K. C. BULLERDICK ZL SON. 529 S. 5th St Phone 1235. Richmond Trust Company ANNA AND BON I. Marriage However Will Be Purely a Formal Affair They Will Be Man and Wife In Name Only. X. E. H.IXLEV.-Captaia. Paris, Feb. 17 The Countess Stan islas de Castellane, who was the Cu ban heiress, Miss Terry, made an in- I teresting confidential statement to day: . , "It is -virtually arranged that Anna Gould will remarry Count Boniface de jCatellane. Anna has found that ftiacher- diroroa tive'H not received anywhere in the best french society and she has had to put up with second-rate persons in the American col ony. Her marriage with Count Boni will reinstate her in aristocratic so ciety; moreover, the future of her sons is a matter which neither she nor Connt Boni can neglect. These little boys will some day be great gentle men m France." Countess Stanislas, who is Eoni's sister-in-law, states that the marriage will be purely formal and that the Castellanes will live together in name i only. The letter shown in the pho- jtograph played a conspicuous part in j the recent domestic troubles of Anna iGu'id and her husband. This institution pays in terest on deposits. It col lects Bonds, Rents, Mortgag es. Interest, Dividends, or any other class of income; it furnishes Surety Bonds; it pays Taxes and Insurance, and will care for and man age Estates. This company will act in the capacity o Administrator, Executor, Guardian, Agent, Assignee or Trustee. Your financial business Is invited. Now is The Time To buy Petaluma In cubators, the "Stand ard of the World." Pilgrim Bros. Cor. Main and 5th. 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