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TIIE RICHMOND PALLADIUM AND SUX-TELEGRA3I, SUNDAY, MAY 3, 100S.
PAGE NINE. OF THE BIG STORE'S PJ KILY nail ic Ely FT Have you been one of the many Richmond people who have taken advantage of our great price-slashing bargain-giving festival, now going on ? If you have not, better hurry, because there are only six days left in which to get the remarkable prices such as we are quoting here. The following prices will prevail throughout the week: o o o kk h .ri m n n h yi rv cm tj G Pi UJTJJall 18V! .1" v.- J.V TO T H One lot of mens suits, worth from to $10 to $18, to go for - - - One lot of men s suits, worth from $15 to $24, to go for only - - - All heavy overcoats in the house at Fifty Cents on the Dollar Men's, Boys and Children's Odds and ends sizes in overcoats at Twenty-five cents on the Dollar Find Your Fit. One lot men's summer coats and pants, worth $5 to $10, at - - - One lot of mens light weight coats and pants, worth $10 to $12.50 w ffiQ :? '? ' f vf : I n-4 mf-a : ty-X JO r v. ta c 2 i Boys' and Children's Suits and Wash Suits Sold at Extremely Low Prices. Children's Wash Suits will be put on sale for the first time Monday. 300 Suits unmercifully slaughtered. They must go in the next 6 days. One lot of Children's Suits, age 3 to 8, worth from $1.50 to $3.00, go at only 97c One lot of Children's Suits, $3.50 to $5.00 for $1.93 One lot of Boys' Long Pants Suits, age 15 to 18, worth $6.00 to $10.00, to go for $1.98 One lot of Children's Wash Suits at Half price. FREE 500 Straw Hats given away absolutely free, on the second floor of the Birj Bankrupt sale of the big store. The balance of the stock is being sold at such astoundingly low prices that we can't find a price low enough for the hats, so we have decided to give them away one hat with every purchase of any amount from 5c up, on the second floor. Purchased at 40c on the Dollar. $5,000 stock to select from. One lot of the renowned Hurley Shoe, worth $5.50 and $6.00 at only $3.98 All our popular Terhune Shoes, including Oxfords, Tans. Pat ent Leathers, Etc., worth C4.C0, to go for only $2.97 Dittman's popular $2.25 Shoes for only per pair $1.69 R. P. Smith & Son's $2.50 Dress Shoes at only $1.79 One lot of Dress Shoes, assorted lots, worth $1.50 to $3.00 at 97c DO YOU WAIT Wash Ties, each 1c Hemstitched Handkerchiefs, full sized, fancy borders, at 3c Suspenders, 25c values, at 16c Silk Suspenders, 75c and $1.00 grade 49c Best Work Hose, per pair 6c One lot of Men's Shirts, worth 50c, 75c and $1.00 for. .19c One lot of Summer Underwear, 50c grade, per garment 29c ME LATEST, AT THE LEAST EXPEN One lot of juvenile Suits, worth 50c apiece, to go at per gar ment 12c One lot of Men's Linen Collars, Silver brand, straight, to go for 1c each. One lot of Scotch wool underwear worth $2.69 a garment, to go at 69c One lot Hosiery, worth 20c, sold at per pair 11c Cne lot of Silk overshot Hosiery, go at per pair 9c Indigo Blue Handkerchiefs, medium size, go at ..2c each Turkey Red Handkerchiefs go at only 2c Eoys' Silk Windsor Ties, worth 25c, at 10c One lot of $1.00 Cloth Hats to go at 9c One lot of Boys' up-to-date Telescopes, worth 75c, at 39c One lot $1.00 and $1.50 up-to-date Telescope Hats at 69c One lot of 50 Stiff Hats, worth from $1.00 to $1.50, to go at 23c One lot of $1.00 and $1.25 Shirts at 69c The Big Store Ninth and Main IFo C FRIEDG EM CO Open Evenings Phone 2068 KUA CAMPAIGN L LOOKED FDR NOW Affairs in Indiana Will Fairly Sizzle During the Campaign. MANY DRAMATIC FEATURES. BOTH WATSON AND MARSHALL ARE ORATORS Or NOTE AND THEY ARE EXPECTED TO FUR NISH MANY OF THE FEATURES. Indianapolis, Ind., May Owing to the recojmized ability of Wat sun and his democratic opponent. Thomas R. Marshall, of Columbia City, as orator, the party workers are looking forward to a campaign of unusual interest. It is predicted that it will be replete with dramatic features, as each of the gubernatorial nominees is capable of arousing a high pitch of enthusiasm and is liable to "strmle the natives" by doing the unexpected Marshall has returned from a month's trip to Arizona. Democrats throughout the state are showing a very friendly disposition toward him by Inviting him to address their vari ous conventions. It is understood that he intends to lose no time getting into the running, and that, while he will not make his keynote speech un til the state committee decides on the "psychological moment."' he will give the masses a definite idea of his views within the next few weeks. NEW SOURCES OP RUBBER SUPPLY Brazil Has New Family Group Of Much Value. Berlin. May 2. After the recent discovery of a new rubber plant in Cochin, China, comes the discovery in Brazil of a new family group of a plant which promises to become a val uable source of rubher. the demand of which for many purposes is con stantly increasing. A report of the Royal Botanical Garden and Museum at Berlin mentions the results of ex periments with three new sneries of Manihot trees, which were discovered on a trip through the forests of the province of Bahia by an agent of the Bahia Rubber Syndicate. Two of these are considered the rubber plants of the future for dry and little fertile regions. SYMPATHETIC STRIKES ARE HOW ILLEGAL Massachusetts Supreme Court Holds Them So. Boston. May 2. The Massachusetts Supreme Court has jus- handed down a decision declaring thai sympathetic strikes for the purpose of preventing an employer from conducting an "op en shop" are illegal. THOUSANDS OF TONS Of COAL FOR FLEET Large Amoutn Necessary to Bring Ships Home. I.orenu'. the learned nij-l t a ion tod 1:!. tariograplu r if t;.v ,:M I i v. glad dunn-i the close of !:. brUMa; but unfortunate career to hire hUiisel: out for a few sous a to ket : watch over the (lead bodies at tl:.' Paris morgue and died eventually of starvation. METROPOLITAN LIFE 3 fek- 1 Washington. May 2. Coaling ar rangements which were left to deter mine the final itinerary of the Atlan tic battleship fleet, have been made public showing that the fleet will have cruised nearly l.",000 miles before re turning to this coast, and that 340,000 tons cf coal will be necessary to bring the fleer back from Pan Francisco via t'ie route designated. The fleet will reach Manila from Australia by way i f Albany. Kins George's Sound, tak ing no coal at Sydney and Melbourne, but jening its full supply at Auckland. New Zealand, before reaching these ports. There will lv two stops at Ma nila, where target practice will he had in S'ovember, and maneuvres in the Mediterranean will be executed, which will necessitate stops for coal, though no formal calls will be made. WOULD YOU LEND AN EAR TO THIS Steer Fearing Death Commit ted Suicide in Sensa tional Fashion. I 'red Can I u anything for you on the big race. ItelleV Kelle-Yes. Freddie. I slul.i like $10 on the winner. Fe Gold Medal Flour for y.mr pastry. Ii i! u.i.im: Mis Antique I feel so wicked. Miss 'Hustio,uo No doubt. Tbo (rood lie young, you know. London Illus trated Bits Ani-jAii.: Your mother upi 1 r,o!l Mr-1 Flour Yo.i can't find better. Ion-t try. Mthl St. Louis, Mo., May 2. Suffering ! from acute melancholia, caused by the knowledge that he was being driven to meet his demh in a St. Louis slaughter house, a big red ste?r com mitted suicide today by jumping over j I the railing of the East St. Louis via-! duct. He struck on the railroad . tracks and was dead when his herder reached him a few minutes later. j The steer, with fourteen others, had i been purchased ii; Fast St. Louis Fri- i day morning by Louis Sc'iaetfer. a St. : ! Louis butcher. Two men were in : i charge of the herd, driving them to' ;t. Louis. Tower Will Reach 700 Feet Above Sidewalk. CHICHESTER'S PILLS t a I.fUllr! Aak your IruUt f-r bl-.i-t--' UiamontTTtraad fin la tta ana t,.rl4 meiA.;, bom, MairU -th Blue Ribto '7r'- aot Ui-'irEuTER'3 DlXtto.NB KUAM FllXd, li TMrs on u Best. S:. AW. ft KeHabla SOLD BY DRIGGISTS EYERWHtRi: New York. May 2. The tower of the Metropolitan Life Building which as 1 originally planned would have been j the highest thing yet in the building ! I line, is to be stretched up a bit so as to furnish a little stiffer goal for later j record breakers. By the new plans it will reach a total height of 700 feet ' above the sidewalk as against 66S feet ! in the earlier plan. The Singer build ing is 612 feet from sidewalk to top. The Professor's Wife You haven't kissed me for a week. The Professor (absently) Are you sure? Then who is It I have been kissing? Life. v LUxirsfOenna acts gently yot prompt- ly on me oou els, cleanses me system ejjectu ally, assists one m overcoming habitual constipation permanently. To got its oenej-icial ejects buy The Qevmino. ianujacturcd hy tho ID POSTALDEPARTMEHT Meyer Will Use It as Argu ment for Parcels Post. i Washington. May 2. The decrease of $60,957 in the receipts of 50 of the largest postoffices of the country for March. 190$. as against March, 1907, will be used by Post master-General Meyer as an argument for the enact ment of the bill establishing parcels post on rural routes. Fio Syhup Co. S3UJ BT LEADING DS'J&GlSTS- 5C BCTTLL 1 Not less than 30.000.000 yen ($15,000, fXi) is yearly spent by foreign visitors in Japan. Some estimates put the ftuwiMt at 40,000.000 yea. n:r Lars. "You see." said the woman. "I a', ways notice people's ears." 'Toor thing." thought the other per former in the conversational duet with real sympathy. 'What a mortification it must be to her to look in the mirror and see her own funny little ears standing out from her head." "I feel that I have pretty good ears myself," went on the woman, putting her hand to one of the nieml-ers under consideration, with a satisfied air. "and I suppose for that reason I notice a feature of which but little is thought." And the other woman gasped a little with astonishment, and it was a min ute or two before she had anything to say. New York Times. tiro Artificial Gas in an Artificial Gas Range. Do i! roiv and watch your gas bill. Sec the Richmond Light, Beat & Power Co. NOTICE. DR. A. O. MARTIN Room,cer?S7ba,,m,s Thoroughly Equipped lor Up-to-Date Dentistry. I have located and opened law offi ces in the Westcott Block, second ' : floor, over Nusbaum's store, and will 1 be glad, to see my clients and friends there. V. C. CONVERSE. i H B. LopeF, Dentist, Of Colonial Building is located over Meyer's Cigar Store, Main Street