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TITE RICnMOXD PALLADIUM AND SU-TELEGRAM, SUNDAY, JUNE 7, 10OS.
WILL BE GETS $500,000 FOR HIS DISCOVERY. Feltntan's owim MUCH IN EVIDENCE o! Shoes and Oxfords for Particular People In order to please everyone we must carry thousands ot Summer Shoes and Oxfords, which is an assurance that no one who comes to the Feltman Shoe Store will be dissappainted in Style, Leather, Size, Fit and Price. Oxfords for the family ; Men's, Women's, Boy's and Girls' at prices which are decided helps to the family purse. Democratic Convention Will Be Largely Attended By Fair Sex. REASONS GIVEN FOR THIS. COLORADO IS A WOMAN'S SUF FRAGE STATE AND IN ADDITION MANY DELEGATES WILL TAKE THEIR FAMILIES THERE. PAGE EIGHT. WM JpifTfy 1 I Trie I Denver, Colo., June C. The coming .national Democratic convention promises to have more women in at tendant th;tri any similar convention that has ever been held in the coun try. Colorado Is a woman suffrage state, to begin with, and women natur ally take more part, in politics than in places where the right of suffrage is confined to men. Women have been selected on the reception committees and many of the important state dele gations will be accompanied by huge numbers of the fair sex, the word hav ing been passed along that all dele gates are expected to bring their wives. A large number of the delegates who will attend the convention will bring their whole families with them to upend some time in the state, both before and after the convention. The many places of natunil beauty and the large number of summer hotels and mountain lodges will attract, hun dreds of them for weeks during the month of July. Many Social Events. An attempt, will be made by the peo ple of Denver to introduce many so cial events into the meeting of the del egates and visitors. There will be elaborate receptions to all the state idelegations iind nothing will be left undone to provide those who come with entertainment and amusement. The vast, new Auditorium will seat nearly 14,0(10 ami this will enable a large number of spectators to enjoy the proceedings of the convention. Special committees will look after the ladies while the delegates are in the convention and reception committees, appointed for each of the state dele gations, will vie with each other to seo whose entertainment is the most elaborate and pleasurable. There will be a large amount of money spent in entertainment. The national committee hits received $100,000 from the city of Denver which Will help to pay the expenses of the convention proper and there will be an immense sum expended for special entertainment also. This will be by long odds the most, costly convention that has ever been held in America. Interest in the proceedings of the convention is increasing as the sev enth day of July draws near. All the offices in the gift of the convention will be eagerly contested for and the rivalry over the highest honors bids fair to be keen in the extreme. Dr. Simon Flexner, who discovered a cure ior spmai nit-musiUM, Lima I earning $500,000 for the Rockefeller j Medical Research Institute. Through i Dr. Flexner's discovery, it is now pos sible to cure 7." per cent, of the per- ...... , -1. J 1 I.. sons alllicieu wan uie menu niaiauj. KILLED NEAR LYNN F. 0. Leverton Victim of Run away Accident Near That Place. SKULL WAS FRACTURED. WANT THE EVIDENCE Effort Being Made to Locate Men Who Attacked Negroes. OCCURRED AT WEST BADEN pro-tak-nio- yVest Radon, Intl., June f. John Ballard, deputy United States marshal Is here in search of testimony against ihe participants in the attack upon the negroes, Thursday night, and Sheriff Maris, of Orange county, and his deputy are looking after the tection of the colored waiters and ing care that they are not further tested. A number of negroes have left here. Those remaining are keeping ijuiet, but manifest no disposition to be frightened. John Felkner, owner of the building In which they are Quartered, declines to eject Uis tenants and he says he will not put them out, even if the al ternative is leveling the building to the ground with dynamite. There is a supposition that the night watchman could identify some of the marauders nf night before last, but so far he has withheld all definite information. When the marauders began shooting he wetn after the marshal and when they returned downtown, the assail ants had tied. The citizens did not venture out until the shooting had ended. Lynn. Ind. of this place, accident belt llutsou and June ;. V. O. Leverton. was killed in a runaway In company with Pearl F.dward Benson, he was driving into the country, when a col lar came loose, letting the wagon tongue drop, and a runaway followed. Reason and Iverton jumped out, and Deverton's skull was fractured, caus ing death. Mr. Leverton was form erly a resident of Indianapolis, where he is well known in railway circles. He was a Pythian and a Red Man. and he leaves a wife and three small children. DIRECTOIRE STIRS SOCIETY CIRCLES Several Chicago Smart Set Leaders Say They Will Wear New Gown. IS TIGHT CLINGING TIGHT. SAID GOWN WILL NEVER BECOME POPULAR BECAUSE YOUNG WOMEN HAVE NOT THE COUR AGE TO WEAR IT. Something new all the time in the Ladies' Shoe department new styles, new lasts. In Tans we excel all other shoe stores. Come here for your summer and graduation shoes, Oxfords or Slippers. Prices cheaper Shoes better. Feltman's Honest Value Oxfords for Ladies' Dainty Low Two-eyelet Tips, look like a pump, only don't slip at heel; also lace and button in this shoe; Pat. Leather, Tan and Kid stock. Our $2.50 Vici Kid Pat. Colt or Tan Vici or Rus sia Calf, the new shapes and Patterns and only $2.50. Feltman's $3.00 Oxfords; they are different in looks, Hand Turn or Hand Sewed Welt Soles, all new shades and patterns; Low 2 Button Pattern or 2 Eyelet Lace; easy and comforta ble from the start. Feltman's Tramp Last for Ladies, $3.00 a pair Bolton's Easy Shoes for Ladies' Oxfords and Shoes, $2.50, $3.00 and $3.50. Grover's Soft Sole Shoes for tender feet, al ways a good supply on hand. Children's White Oxfords and Shoes, 50c to $1.50 per pair. The IVIen A roundelay of Men's Shoes and Oxfords for the Summer wear. Comfort which you like most Style, which makes your feet look al ways up to date. Your fit can always be found here, in Tans, Patent or other leathers. Prices cheaper Shoes better. Feltman's Tramp Last for Men. always easy, always stylish, makes room for all five toes; we can fit the narrowest foot; we can fit the widest foot: we carry them A to EE, 5 to 12; we fit as they should be fit; Pat. Leather, Vici Kid. or Velour Calf, High or Low Cut, $2.50 to $4.00 a pair. Oxfords for young men who care. New Wine Calf, with or without buckles. Gun Calf, Button, Lace or Pat. Colt. 2 Eyelet, Tans or Patent, $4.0p a pair; a few styles, $3.50. Feltman Special $2.50 Shoe for Men; over 2,500 pairs sold last year; that speaks for the wearing qualities. Pat. Colt Blucher Oxfords, Pat. Colt Blucher or Button Shoes, Tan Ox fortls, also in this great shoe, strictly hand sewed process. Barefoot Sandals, 85c, $1.00 and $1.25. Tan Oxfords for Children. FeflfiiM! 824 Main Street CDWlMITTEtFAlTHFUL Men Selected by T. P. A. to Work on Traction Case Have Honor Due. OTHER T. P. A. NEWS. week hy the members, that semi-annual dues are payable July 1. Do not. put your notice away and forget all about it, but. either remit at once, or put it in a conspicuous place so that your attention will be called to it be fore you are delinquent. AC! OF DEPARTMENT OF JUSTICE DELAYED ORIGINAL MERRY WIDOW WANTS DIVORCE Ethel Jackson Zimmerman Sues. New York, June fi. Ethel Jackson Zimmerman, who won many plaudits Trom the public in the title role of "The Merry Widow" last winter, has begun suit for absolute divorce from ). Fred Zimmerman. Jr.. a theatrical manager. A chorus girl famed for her beauty is named, it is alleged. Justice Guy has ordered that the vidence be taken in private before H. Linn llrnco as referee. It is said lhat Zimmerman will file a counter lult for absolute divorce. Chicago. 111.. June r.. Chicago soci ety is stirred to its depths over the an nouncement of several of the "smart set" leaders that they are going to in troduce into the Windy City the new 'directoire-' gown, the revival of which lias been causing a sensation even in gay Paris, where it made its debut be fore a startled world a few weeks ago. Advance notices of the new fashion have done nothing to allay the general alarm. The "directoire" gown is tight. -clinging tight. What is more it is slashed np the skirt on one side above the knee, disclosing trousers. Not the plebeian kind, of course, that mere man is accustomed to wear. No indeed. The directoire kind are made of blue satin and like the gown they cling. but for all that they are unmis- i takably trousers. This may account j for the failure of several of these much heralded costumes to make their ap pearance on schedule time. Dress makers aver that they have made a large number this spring, yet the fact remains that to date, but one Chicago woman has had the fortitude to appear on the street in the new garb. Here is the description of her gown. "The costume, which is said to have been imported from Paris, is of "London smoke French cloth. It has a close fitting skirt, and is slashed on the rieht side, slightly above the knee, ex posing bine satin trousers, which al so are tight fittinsr. The whole effect is extremity light, form clinging. The trimming is blue with a lace jabot and lace cuffs. The buttons throughout are trimmed blue agate and gold, with double loops. A set of blue satin buttons runs down the side of the skirt, which is cut full directoire. heavily embroidered and walking The committee appointed by Post C, T. P. A. of A. several weeks? ago to in vestigate the freight trac tion troubles of our city, and see if some kind of an arrangement could not be made to give the long suffering freight ship pers freight service, has been working very hard and diligently toward that end. The movement started by this com mittee was afterward taken up with them by the Commercial club, and the gentlemen concerned worked honestly and industriously to see if some kind of settlement could not be reached, that would give freight service, and at the same time not jeopardize the city's interests. At this time it looks very much like the efforts had been suc- i cessful and an agreement has been made between the fraction officials ; and the board of public works, of our I city, that seems fair and just to all i parties concerned, and one that will i no doubt be approved by all of Rich mond citizens. I While this agreement does not touch j on the point of universal transfers I we have no reason to believe that the i traction company will change its pres ' ent attitude on this matter, and the j clause which is embodied in this ' . agreement, in which the interurban ; company agrees to sell tickets on ! j their city cars, at the rate of six for i a quarter, will certainly be of much ' ' benefit to Richmond citizens, and this is a privilege which they have not ' hitherto enjoyed. In view of the fact j .that the representatives of the T. P. A. and Commercial club, who repre ' sented the shipping interests of the i city, have worked so industriously and conscientiously for the relief of the ! situation, and that this committee has Will Not Take Steps Against Railroads at Present. Washington, June 6. The Depart ment of Justice has agreed with the coal carrying railroads that the case involving the constitutionality of the commodity clause of the Hepburn act shall be hean before three Federal judges in Philadelphia on June 10th. No prosecutions will be begun until a decision of the court has been reached. The Hub Of The Body. The organ around which all the other organs revolve, and upon which they are largely de pendent for their welfare, is the stomach. When the functions of the stomach become im paired, the bowels and liver also become de ranged. To cure a disease of the stomach, liver or bowels get a 50 cent or II bottle of Dr. Cald well's Syrup Pepsin at your druggist's. It is he promptest relief for constipation and dys epsia ever compounded. This coming week is the time to get your Straw Berries for Canning See us before you buy. We handle the finest that comes to the city. Our price will be right. New RFT HIVF I Phones Ulji 111 Phones GROCERY !!99 Rjf COMPANY tm to this time apparently been suc- j style. Under these is seen a pair of j cessful. in securing an agreement that j black patent leather French heel j ooks fair for ali parties concerned. Uhoes. of gaiter effect. All is sur- js t0 be sincerely hoped that our city council will approve this asrree- If you are trouble? with sMc headache, con stipation, indigestion, oit-nsive breath or am flisease arising from stomacn trouble, evt a 30c or Si bottle of Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin It i&juaaitiTcijr guaranteed to euro jou. mounted with a full directoire hat of tune, wan raciae 01 Drunants. ana a j mem, and give us at a very early large bunch of ostrich plumes of a j date tne much desired resumption of darker shade of blue. Blue gloves, ; freight traffic, both East and West, short length, and a blue cravat com-j Librarian Chas. O. Tooker. is very plete the effect." Iu spite of its at-j busy at the present time, and states tractions it is asserted, however, that i that he is fearful that, his business is the directoire will never be popular. The reason assigned ts that the young er women hare not the courage, while tne oiaer women wen. tne directoire , JJs exacting, to sax the least, I so good that he cannot go to Milwau kee to attend the national convention. John Highley was in Davton this week. Notices bar ba received tiusj IPS We are again located in our old room 8, Colonial Building, and are ready to receive customers. We will continue our business along the same lines as heretofore, our watchword being as ev er: "Reasonable rates, honest, upright and confidential treatment to all.' RICHMOND LOAN GO. Room 8. Colonial Bldg 3 The Richmond Home Telephone Co. Secret Long Distance Service Telephones We take pleasure in announcing to the public that our new Automatic underground system is now complete. This system in connection with our ab solutely fire proof central and sub-stations has been pronounced by experts among the finest and most up-to-date plants in the world. We are now render ing our patrons the most perfect service possible by any telephone system, and on the merits of our ser vice we respectfully solicit your local and long dis tance business. Our long distance operators will give your calls prompt attention and we assure you courteous treatment at all times. Our rates are from $15.00 to $36.00 per annum. Telephone or call at the office regarding further information. Store Your Valuables For the Summer in the FIRE and BURGLAR PROOF SAFETY DEPOSIT VAULTS -OF- Dickinson Trust Co. Boxes $3.00 and upwards a year. Nominal price for storage room. We invite you to call on us. - Palladium Want Ads-Cent a Word II