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THE RICHMOND PALLADIUM AND STTN-TELEGRAM, SUNDAY, JUNE 14, 1908.
PAGE EIGHT. FoCoFiFeMgjeiiii Clothing at almost your own prices while we introduce ourselves to you. Real Genuine Bargain Givings Here all the time. At the New Main Street Clothing Store 918 Main Street. Next to Price's. pedMs Fip TBifis Week (SCdDo In order to introduce ourselves to the many people here in Richmond, and to the many old customers of the Big Store, we are going to give special inducements and special bargains all this week You -Cannot Call Tills A Sale But just a few bargains to make you remember us. The new store aims to make friends. It is going to do things different ; giving you Bargains when they say Bar gains , and making it worth while to PiiFCttase t AM Belongings at THiis Store Clothing Specials 550 Men's up-to-date Suits, something nice in the lot and at real, genuine bargains, too, values ranging from $5 to $22.50. Special all week from $14.90 to Youths' and Boys' 450 Boys' and Youths' Suits, regular values ranging from $2.50 to $16.50. These Suits are of this season's styles, no old stock here. Special all this week for $10.50 to 88e Special Furnishings Hats Up-to-date Soft and Stiff Hats, all new styles and brims, at greatly reduced price while they last. Shirts Work Shirts, the best make on the market for only 39c. Overalls, best 50c quality, with or with out bibs, for only 38! Railroad Overalls We have in stock, pur chased direct from the factory, 12 dozen pairs of McDougal & Co's "Red Seal" Over alls for Railroad wear, 90c grade for only 73) c 0 !l 3y ; i I ? I ;'; j!i.' tiwiw-1 I tfim 'pfe ' 1 1 life I r LF J LTa 1 U Lz 1 i u - 918 -main STREET. IRIEXT T PlflE'S MITCHELL WOULD TAKE NOMINATION .Thinks It Would Do Illinois Good to Have a Laboring Man for Governor. VTALKS OF THE PROSPECTS. AYS AN IMMENSE VOTE WOULD BE POLLED FOR ANY LABORING VAN DECISION IN REFERENCE TO RACE DEFERRED. A BIG FRUIT CROP Department ofAgriculture Is sues an Encouraging Statement. LARGE INCREASES NOTED. Chicago, June 13. John Mitchell, avowed candidate for the Democratic nomination for Governor of Illinois, lias arrived in Chicago to attend the sessions of the executive council of the lAmerican Federation of Labor. Mr. Mitchell appeared to be in good tiealth. He said that he felt better than for a long time. In discussing his candidacy he said he will defer making a definite announcement until efter the state labor political confer ence to be held at Springfield on Sun day, June 21. As to his chances of success in the event he is nominated the former min ers' leader said he believed them to be rood, inasmuch as he expects the sol id support of 4X),000 trade unionists in the state. Including OO.fXK) miners. "I prefer not to speak much about my candidacy at the present time," said Mr. Mitchell. "I consider the matter to be indefinite, as yet. I shall make a definite announcement follow ing the labor conference on June 21. It depends a great deal upon what is done politically by the labor men tak ing part In that meeting. "The election of a labor man as gov ernor," he said, "would haver had a tremendous effect on the development of the labor movement of the entire country and give it an impetus it never before possessed. The effect on la tor legislation also would be consid erable. "Equally important, however, is the flection of labor men to congress and to the state legislature. It is on fa vorable legislation that labor depends more than office. In this connection I would warn trade unionists against signing petitions that will deprive them of their vote at their party primaries. Washington, June 13. The crop re porting experts of the department of agriculture have issued a statement that the farmer will pit on the market this summer and fall more fruit of all kinds than the country has known for a long time, while apples, peaches, blackberries, raspberries, canteloupes, watermelons and such lowly other fruits as the cabbage and the smelly onion this year show an overflowing abundance. Last year only 37.4 of the peach crop survived. This year 73 per cent will reach the market. There will be a 15 per cent increase in the apple yield. There Is a 94 per cent crop of blackberries and 01 per cent of raspberries. There is an in crease of 11 per cent in the water melon crop. Ninety-two per cent of good onions will blush for the salad and bring tears with their very good ness, where only 87 per cent bloomed modestly last year. NDIANA ORGANIZES FOR FAIRBANKS Hoosiers in Chicago to Push Candidacy of the Vice President. A CONFERENCE IS HELD. DEATH CAME SUDDENLY FDR CORWIN F. LARSH Former Local Resident Was III But Two Hours. ALL DELEGATES WILL BE ORGAN IZED INTO WORKING SQUADS TO PRESENT MERITS OF INDIANA CANDIDATE. into the working organizations. ' As soon as the personnel of each organ ization to that decided on, and the states assigned to that organization, the members started out to work. HETTY GREEN NO LONGER IN HOTEL Leaves Her Expensive Suite in Hotel Plaza, New York, Unexpectedly. IS PERFECTLY SATISFIED. Bophbonia: Tout grocer baa Gold Medal Fkur. Gexstka. Corwin F. Larsh, formerly a resi dent of this city, died very unexpect edly at his home at Dublin yesterday afternoon. Mr. Larsh was a brother of Lafayette Larsh, of this city. He was 57 years old and is survived by the widow and three daughters. Dur ing his residence in this city, Mr. Larsh was a member of the firm of Larsh Brothers, which operated the flour mill south of tie city. From here he removed to a farm north of Centerville and later removed to Dub lin. He was a member of the Knights of Pythias. The funeral arrange ments have not been made. The deceased was taken ill about 11 o'clock yesterday morning and had to retire at once. About two hours later he died from hemorrhages of the brain. Physicians were in attendance and tie coroner was not called. Chicago. June 13. There was a roundup of Indianians at Fairbanks' headquarters today to perfect plans for the next few days to push the campaign of Charles W. Fairbanks for the nomination for president. The meeting was large and enthusiastic. A committee of five, consisting of State Chairman James P. Goodrich, George T. Dinwiddle. Elias Jacoby, F. A. Joss and H. K. Sills, was ap pointed to take charge of the Indiana delegates as they come in and organ ize them into committees whose busi ness it will be to visit delegates from other states and present the merits of Indiana's candidate. A meeting of the general committee will be held every afternoon at 5 o'clock and the various sub-committees will make their reports at that time. The work will be prosecuted energetically and systematically, over-looking no oppor tunity to set a vote, on the theory that though William H. Taft seems to have the nomination reasonably well sewed up there is always a chance, and the old adage in regard to "many a slip 'twixt the cup and the lip" still holds good. Rank and File Organized. The rank and file of Indiana repub licans attending the national conven tion also got busy and organized themselves into about fifteen differ ent working organizations. To each of these different organizations was assigned work in four or five states, preliminary work among the delegates of these states, so that the entire crowd of Indiana workers will get among the delegations of each state in the Union. The meeting was called by the com mittee of five appointed yesterday to organize the Indiana republicans and give them definite work to do. Word was passed down the line that Indi ana men were to meet in Room 1226 of the Auditorium Annex and the In diana man crowded in there to get THE HOTEL HAD NOT TREATED HER SHABBILY, BUT SHE SAYS SHE CANNOT TELL HER REAS ON FOR GOING. EVELYN OR MONEY, THAW ULTIMATUM Harry, If Ever Released, Has A Hard Situation to Solve. DON'T WANT TO SEE HER. EVVELYN WILL BE ALLOWED TO VISIT HER HUSBAND IN PRIS ON BUT HIS RELATIVES REFUSE TO RECOGNIZE HER. medical proof to show that it will be of assistance to him mentally. There will probably, therefore be another battle of medical experts. MARRIAGE CONTRACT IS NOW DRAWN UP Mme. Anna Gould and Prince De Sagan Will Be Wed ded Soon. CEREMONY IN ENGLAND. New York, June 13. Mrs. Hetty Green and her daughter, Sylvia, have left the Hotel Plaza and Suite No. 244 three rooms and bath, rate $30 per day is vacant. Mrs. Green and her daughter de parted from the hotel with scant no tice, their flitting causing quite as much surprise as did their arrival on ly a few weeks ago, when they ex changed a $19 a month Hoboken flat for the luxury of the Fifth avenue hostelry. Everything Lovely; Just Leaving. "When Mrs. Green sent down to the office for her account she announced fhat she would give up her suite at once. Fredelck Sherry, chief of all things at the Plaza, was amased and somewhat perturbed. He did not want anybody to, go away from a sense of dissatisfaction, so he sought Mrs. Green to ask the reason for her go ing. There was no dissatisfaction. Ev erything had been most satisfactory, and the departing guest said she could not tell why she was leaving. No more could Mr. Sherry learn. Going for "trip to Europe. Three dress suit cases and two kit bags were ready in Mrs. Green's suite to be carried down to a cab. This was all the luggage the richest wom an in the world and her daughter had. AH their belongings at the hotel were in the five pieces. They were stow ed in the cab which, the two women entered and departed in, carefully withholding their future address. One report at the hotel was that Mrs. Green, an her daughter had left because they wee gome to Europe next week with friends and were to visit for a few days before sailing. New York, June 13. While Dan O'Reilly, attorney for Evelyn Thaw, states, that she and Harry K. Thaw are fully reconciled and that harmo nious relations will now continue be tween them. Col. Franklin Bartlett, Mrs. William Thaw's lawyer, refuses to discuss that feature of the case, de claring that all he is interested in at present are the efforts to secure the transfer of Thaw from the Matteawan asylum to the Middletown institution wher Thaw can obtain homeopathic treatment. One of the attorneys la the case, however, who refuses to be quoted, in formed a reported today that Mrs. Wil liam Thaw was absolutely opposed to any final reconciliation between Eve lyn and Harry, and while no effort would be made to keep them apart so long as Harry is under restraint, nev ertheless, if he ever regains his liber ty he will have to choose between his family and Evelyn. As his mother is in absolute control of hi money. It will be a choice between cash and Evelyn. Evelyn Sees Mistake. "Evelyn now 6ees the mistake she made in taking action for the annul ment of her marriage to Thaw, but Mrs. William M. Thaw will under no circumstances agree to a resumption of the one-time friendly relations be tween Evelyn and the Thaw family," said the attorney. "While Evelyn will probably be al lowed to visit Harry while he is in the asylum, it will -be arranged that she will never be there when any members of his family are likely to calL They do not want to ever see her again." If a motion is made to have Thaw transferred to the Middletown asylum onHhe ground that he will receive more benefit from the homeopathic treatment, he will receive there. Dis trict Attorney Jerome will oppose it and will force Thaw's lawyers to bring MME. GOULD DESIRES TO ES CAPE NOTORIETY IN FRANCE AND DESIRES SOME QUIET PLACE. POWERS BREATHES GOD'S PURE AIR Has Been Released From Cus-j tody and Will Go to His Mother. FEAR FOR HOWARD'S LIFE.' SAID AN ATTEMPT WILL BE MADEj TO ASSASSINATE HIM AND REL ATIVES ' GUARD HIM WITH THEIR RIFLES. Paris, June 13. It has just been learned that a marriage contract be tween Mme. Anna Gould and Prince Helie de Sagan was issued yesterday. The contract establishes the separa tion of the property of the" parties, neither to have control of the other's property. While the contract is a mere formal ity under the French law, it Is the custom for the wedding to follow within two weeks of the contract, which would make the marriage come before the end of the month. May be Married in England. On the highest authority it is learn ed that the wedding will not take place in France. Mme Gould wishes the wedding to be solemnized outside of France to escape undue notoriety. In France the date of the wedding must be posted in advance, and to es cape this the parties will probably go to England. Although the Prince is a Catholic, it is said the marriage will take place in a Protestant church, as the Pope has not acknowledged the divorce of Mme. Gould from Count Boni de Cas tellane. Rich Reversion for Prince. While the property of each is kept separate under the contract, the Prince will have a rich reversion in the estate of his wife provided he out lives her. The registration dues aris ing from the contract amount to be tween $3,000 and $4,000. GOES TO RUSHVILLE. The Uniform rank K- of P. will at tend regimental memorial services at Rushville today. About forty from here will be In attendance. Frankfort, Ky., June 13. Caleb Pow-t ers, the most noted political prisoner in the history of Kentucky, who, to gether with James Howard, was serv ing a life sentence for the complicity In , the assassination of Governor-elect I Wm. A. Goebel, and who was given an unconditional pardon Saturday by Governor Willson, was released Imme diately. Powers will go back to his old home in Knox county where his mother has : fitted up the old place for his com ing. The home was mortgaged early during Powers' fight for freedom, by his mother, who did all she could to help her son. Howard will go to Louisville, Join his family and become an evangelist in prison work Governor Willson affixed his signa ture to the pardons only after an ex haustive study of the case and a re view of the testimony. Both men , were overcome with emotion and could j scarcely talk. Powers said: I am glad to have my freedom, but would rather have had an acquittal by the courts. I am not guilty and I hoped that I would be vindicated." , It is said that Powers will be re arrested as soon as he is released on charges of subornation of perjury, but this is not expected. The three male relatives of Howard I went through Lexington on their way to Frankfort. They were heavily armed and will accompany Howard to the mountains in safety as It Is feared an attempt will be made to assassinate him. . Ton allege cruel and La human treat ment? Inquiringly said the attorney.. "Jast tell me, please" "Tea, sir!" snapped the feminine and 1 sharp featured petitioner for a dfvoree. "Why, actually whenever I try to start an argument with aim be grins and agrees with mef Puck. .