Bleached Muslin Sheets, full size,
worth 50c, Sale Price 33c
25c Lace Trimmed Corset Covers,
to close ...10c
Good 8eersucker Ginghams, worth
- 10c, Sale Price . .5c
$3.50 White Lace Trimmed Linger
ie Dresses ..$1.95
$1.25 Ladles' White Indian Head
FOUR DAYS MORE five are gone
Tine MasDumnieyer Store Mine Bay Bargain Sale
-CLOSES FRIDAY NIGHT
Thousands have availed themselves of this great Bargain-giving. The entire lineup of Gooda are here. You will find them all exactly as priced. Cut out any Item or Items, or
better still, bring the entire list and we will fill your wants at these low prices until Friday night, July 3rd.
10 Yards Fine 12c Batiste, all new, splendid styles, for - - - - 69c
$2.00 White Indian Head Sklets to
25c White Tailored Belts, Pearl
Buckles, during sale 10c
Hope Muslin, worth 10c... ..... 7c
10 and 12', 4c Dress Ginghams, Sale
12'.c Fancy White Goods, Sale
8c Bleached Huck Crash, 20 Inch,
Sale Price .....4c
50c FINE SWISSES, embroidered, to
TABLE DAMASKS demand your attention
because they will be sold cheaper dur
ing this 2 weeks' sale than you ever
inn Ladlles9 WEnitte Swills
THE RICHMOND PALLADIUM AND SUN-TELEGRAM, MONDAY, JUNE 29, 1908.
INDIGO BLUE CALICOS, fast colors, 2,000
HOPE BLEACHED MUSLIN, the best,
30 INCH COLORED MADRAS, double fold,
white grounds, black figures, worth
36-INCH MADRAS, Satin figures, double
fold, stripes and figures, 15c kind ..
32 INCH FINE BATISTES, 25 designs, the
10c quality go at
FINE DRESS GINGHAMS, the best 10c
soft finished kind, absolutely fast
15c FINE DRESS GINGHAMS, A. F. C. and
Red Seal brands, go at
BIG WHITE GOODS REDUCTI0NS-12c
White Goods, strong, not afraid of the
laundry, we will sell them at
25c FINE WHITE GOODS, beautiful sheer
stripes and plaids
10c SEERSUCKER GINGHAMS, blue and
72-INCH TABLE DAMASK, all linen, silver
bleached, worth 75c, we sell these at
BLEACHED TABLE DAMASK, fine mer
cerized, worth 60c
WE MAKE MENTION of only two num
bers in Table Damask. We have in
stock today 125 pieces of Table Dam
ask of every description, all to be sold
at a big discount.
CRASHES FOR TOWELING look at this,
20 inch Huck crash, bleached, worth
8c (10 yds. to a customer)
ALL KINDS OF LINEN CRASHES at a big
A GREAT BIG BLEACHED NAPKIN, worth
75c per dozen
LADIES' WHITE LINGEREI SUITS, deep
yoke, lace waist, embroidery front,
wide, full pleated skirt, made of fine
sheer India, worth $3.50 ...$1.95
LADIES' WHITE LINGERIE SUITS, elabor
ate lace waist and skirt, trimmings
worth up to $6.00, at $2.95
LADIES' BATISTE SUITS in dainty dots,
colored lace trimmed, worth $3.00
Sale price :$1.50
LADIES, by all means look up these great
Summer Suit bargains. You cannot
buy the material, let alone the mak
ing, at the prices named ready to
WHITE SHIRT WAISTS, thousands of
them; those open in the front and open
in the back. Shirt Waists trimmed in
lace, almost all over. Embroidery
Shirt Waist, pretty as you ever saw. ,
Shirt Waists with sleeves, long or
short, all sizes, 32 to 46 busts. Thous
ands of Shirt Waists worth $1.25 and
$1.50, at 85c
SILK SHIRT WAISTS, tailor made, pleat
ed, worth $3.00 $1.95
SILK SHIRT WAISTS, beautifully embroi
dered, worth $3.00 ... $1.95
ECRU NET WAIST, elaborate, heavy clu
ney inserting, worth $4.0C $2.45
$2.00 INDIAN HEAD SKIRTS, splendidly
$1.50 INDIAN HEAD SKIRTS, to close
LADIES' CAMBRIC GOWNS, the 75c
grade of these at
50c CORSET COVERS, elaborate fine lace
trimming, front and back
$1.50 GRADE LADIES' PETTICOATS,
white embroidery trimmed; see these
by all means
$1.50 GRADE LADIES' FINE GOWNS,
beautifully trimmed ...
BLACK PETTICOATS, make a noise, look
like Heatherbloom, the biggest bar
gain ever at J--
ANOTHER BLACK PETTICOAT, worth
$2.00 at ...
25c and 35c CORSET COVERS, lace
trimmed, 32 and 34 sizes
ALL OVER EMBROIDERY for waists, 25
designs, fine, pretty, wide, during the
ALL OVER EMBROIDERIES, the 75c
ALL OVER EMBROIDERIES, entire fronts,
either in Swiss or fine Cambric, worth
up to $1.50 per yard
SPLENDID EMBROIDERIES, 10c and
12c, fine, good ...
GOOD EMBROIDERIES, worth up to 7c,
WIDE CORSET COVER EMBROIDERIES,
worth 25c, at
FINE BABY EMBROIDERIES, dainty and
beautiful, worth up to 20c
BIG LACE BARGAINS A big lot of fine
wide Torchon Laces, worth 5c, dur
ing this time
FINE VALENCIENNES LACES, worth up to
20c QUALITY FINE DOTTED SWISSES,
All Size Small Dots
Remember this sale con
tinues 9 Days. Should any
of the articles mentioned
above be sold out, other
items will be substituted
equally good in value. Sale
is now in full blast. 'Tis
not for a day, 'tis for nine.
8th and Main Sts.
TTME IVHASIHIIVIIEYEIR STORE
To Reach the Society Editor, Call Home Phone 1121, or Bell Phone 21
Mr. and Mrs. John Hasemeier en
tertained Misses Mary and Anna Hase
meier and Mrs. Hannah Hasemeier
to dinner last evening.
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Miss Carolyn Hutton Is entertaining
this afternoon at her bomer 220 North
Mr. Arthur G. Monnlnger, a well
known musician of ' Indianapolis and
who is known to. local musicians, has
returned from Berlin, Germany,
where he has been under the direction
of Martin Krause, one of the greatest
European masters, and other well
: known teachers.
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Miss Marguerite Rush entertained
with a dinner party yesterday at her
home on North Eighteenth street. The
.guests were Miss Isabel Ketrlng and
Mr. Glen Evans of Greenville, Ohio,
with Mr. Donald Graves of this city.
Mrs. Harry Lannum and daughter,
Margaret, are the guests of Mrs. Lan
num's parents. Dr. and Mrs. Haynie
of North D street.
A dinner party was given by Miss
Catherine V. Reece at her home, 314
South Fourteenth street. The place
cards were verses with a picture in il
lustration. A large bowl of snap
dragons formed a centerpiece foi the
table. Places were arranged for Mrs.
Clara Graves, Miss Virginia Graves,
: Miss Harriett Thompson, Miss Anna
Lupton, Miss Martha Boyd, Miss Ket
tle Elliott and Mr. Gordon Graves.
Mr. Graves, who is an Instructor in
the George school, near Philadelphia,
la home for his summer vacation. He
will attend Columbia University next
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Informal "at home" musicals will be
given by Miss Jennie Williams, Friday
evenings of each week, at her home on
North Sixth street.
The following young people spent
Sunday visiting friends in Centervillei
Misses Martha Tlemeyer, Emma Nie
woehner, Mary Niewoehner, Rosle
Kuehn, Amelia Niewoehner, Catherine
Helmich, Ella Niewoehner, Alma
Kuehn.) Martha Niewoehner and Eliza
Mrs. David P. Wheelan of North
Twelfth street, will have for her
guest this week, Mrs. George McGrew
of Chicago. She will make a several
week's visit with friends and relatives
In this city.
The following party will be Jn at
tendance at the Harold-Hunt wedding
,t Indianapolis this week: Mr. Louis
Francisco, Mr. Ernest Hill, Dr. and
Mrs. Harold, Mr. and Mrs. Charles M.
Jenkins, Mrs. Walter B. Garver and
Mr. and.Mrs. David Roberts, who are
spending the summer with Mr. and
Mrs. Walter Doan.
Mrs. Paul Wilson of Marlon, Missou
ri, is the guest of her mother, Mrs. Es
ther Green, of North Thirteenth street.
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The 6acred song service which was
held last evening at the Second Pres
byterian church was Quite a success.
The primary department of the
Trinity English Lutheran church held
it3 children's day exercises last even
ing at the church. This was one of the
most successful entertainments ever
given In the history of this organiza
Dr. W. P. Reeves, a professor in
Kenyon college, is in town, the guest
of his mother, Mrs. James Reeves of
South Sixteenth street.
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Mr. and Mrs. William Miller en
tertained at dinner last evening at
their home, 512 South Seventh street.
The affair was in honor of Mr. Mil
ler's fifty-fifth birthday anniversary.
A bowl of Richmond roses formed a
center piece for the table. Sweet peas
and carnations were also used in the
table appointments. The guests
were: Mr. and Mrs. Fred Miller, Mr.
and Mrs. Fred Bartel, Mr. and Mrs.
Henry Miller, Mr. and Mrs. Gus Miller,
Mr. and Mrs. Everett Miller and son
Robert, Mr. and Mrs. Hull, Mr. and
Mrs. George Schwenke and daughter
Ruth, Mr. and Mrs. John Schwenke,
Miss Ella Feltxnan, Miss Elma Lu
thaus, Mr. Richard Bartel, Messrs. Ho
mer Howard and Jesse Miller, Miss
Hilda Miller, Miss Ruby Miller, Mr.
Wilbur Miller and Miss Ada Miller.
Miss Marjorie Buffkin, who attends
school at Druly College, Springfield,
Mo., is spending her vacation in this
city, the guest of her mother.
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Mr. and Mrs. O. M. Ridgeway of
Kansas City, Missouri, are the guests
of friends and relatives In this city for
a few weeks.
Mr. Dennis entertained with a din
ner party yesterday at the Robinson
cafe. Places were arranged for sev
A convenient way to keep belts, rib
bons and collars in order is to use a
curtain stick or old cane. Wind
around it some colored cambric or rib
bon. Place two large hooks In wall
to that they extend slightly. Place
your stick on hooks and you have a
neat rack. This saves much time and
keeps your bureau drawers tidy.
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Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Price enter
tained a party of four yesterday to din
ner at the Robinson cafe.
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Both dinner and supper will be
served at the all day picnic of St. An
drew's church which will be held to
morrow at Beallview park. All mem
bers and friends of the church are.
cordially Invited to attend.
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Miss Margaret Mooney entertained
a company at dinner yesterday at the
Robinson Cafe. Places were arranged
The Spring Grove sewing circle will
meet tomorrow afternoon with Mrs.
J. H. Wilson of Spring Grove. All
members are urged to be present.
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The following invitations were Is
Mr. Frank Melle
requests the honor of your presence
at the marriage of his daughter
Eugene F. Herold
on the morning of Wednesday
the eighth day of July
nineteen hundred eight
St. Andrew's Church, 7:30 Mass
After July twenty-fifth
216 S. Third St.
Salesman: "Mr. Osborn, did It ever
occur to you how seldom your clerks
Introduce goods of merit and profit to
customers." "Yes, I am aware of it,
Mr. Salesman, your remark is too true.
I am constantly instructing them on
that particular point. Only this morn
ing a lady came in to make her week
ly purchases of groceries and among
the articles she wanted was a cheap
soap. I knew Easy Task was the
highest grade goods of its kind on my
shelf and sold her a quarter's worth.
She will buy It again, everyone does
who uses it once."
CUPID PLAYS WITH
Dame Rumor Has It That He
Will Marry York, Pa.,
WOMAN IN CASE DENIES IT.
SAYS THAT POWERS' VISITS TO
HER HOME HAVE BEEN THOSE
OF A FRIEND AND NOTHING
When a Man Is Graoef ur.
. Men should go early to a party, even
if they have to go before supper and
sit in the parlor all alone while the
hostess is dressing. If a man. is late,
be Is taken around a circle of about
forty persons and Introduced to every
one of them, and there Is nothing more
awkward than when a man tries to
bow. Every one in the room stops
talking and stares at him, and if there
are any sixteen-year-old girls present
he can hear a suppressed giggle when
be Is trying bis best to be graceful. A
man Is never graceful except when he
Is sawing wood or hammering a nail,
and society should never expect him to
bow like a woman who has spent years
learning how to handle her feet and
kands. AtdUsou Glob.
York, Pa,, June 29. The visit here
of Caleb Powers, the Kentuckian,
whose life was placed In Jeopardy In
the Goebel murder case, has started
"Mother Gossip" to the front. Jndeed
there is so much being said that Miss
Eleanor Bonham, with whom his name
has been associated, has found it nec
essary to deny the rumors. Said she:
"You may say for me that the rujn-
ored engagement of myself to Caleb
Powers Is utterly false. Mr. Powers
is my friend, and I am proud of the
fact Beyond that there is nothing."
Notwithstanding this positive decla
ration from Miss Bonham, Dame Ru
mor is still at work and the engage
ment of Powers and Miss Bonham Is
discussed in nearly every household.
Since his arrival here Powers has
been a frequent and evidently a very
welcome guest at the Bonham home.
The whole Bonham family 6eem very
much Interested In him.
It is said that while he was In pri
son letters from this colonial town
gladdened more than one lonely hour
in the prison cell. Should such a ro
mance terminate In a wedding It
would only be a logical climax, which
would be sanctioned by the friends of
both parties here.
Miss Bonham Is the thlrdv daughter
of Mrs. Horace Bonham, who lives in
a palatial residence on East Market
street. Miss Bonham herself is an
heiress. With her large means she
would be In a position to further the
aspirations and ambitions of the
young Kentuckian, who, it is said, as
pires to sit in the lower house at
LETTER CARRIERS WANT
Will Discuss National Question
At State Meeting.
Kokomo, Ind., June 29. Elaborate
preparations are being made for the
entertainment of the state meeting of
the letter carriers of Indiana to be
held here, July 4. A determined effort
will be made to reduce representa
tion in the national assembly. As the
rule now stands Indiana can send be
tween seventy-five and one hundred
delegates, each branch being entitled
to a representative, but as a matter of
fact, but few of the less important
branches can afford, or even attempt,
to send delegates to the national body.
It is the complaint that the national
assembly is not only too large and un
wieldy, but that it has devoted itself
to extravaganat expenditures, results
ing in the imposition of unjust assess
ments upon individual members. Up
on the theory that a smaller represen
tation for the states is easier con
trolled, the branches of Indiana will
seek a change.
no Senate Band.
Berlin critics are known for their
severity toward all new comers.
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You Should Try This Recipe:
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Follow directions on package. Each
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The press gallery of the senate doe?
not look tinlike a band stand, with its
elaborately decorated front, and it I?
never occupied by the scribes prior to
the opening of the proceedings. A
.roung lady seated In the gallery oppo
site the press gallery had been looking
Intently at the empty seats for quite
awhile. Her curiosity get the better of
her. and. going to the doorkeeper, mbe
said. "Mister, will you please tell me
when the band begins to play?" The
doorkeeper was amazed. "No band
will play, miss." said that gentleman.
"There is no band. Why do yon ask?"
The young lady looked disappointed
and embarrassed when she said, with
hesitation. "Isn't that the baad stand 7"
pointing to the press gallery. Wash
Fully Ten Thousand Will Storm
Parliament to Secure
EVENT OCCURS TUESDAY.
London, June 29. If Premier As
qulth thinks that the Suffragettes are
at the limit of their resources he reck
ons without his hostesses. As has
been briefly announced In the press
cables, barely have they rested from
their two great Hyde Park demonstra
tions than they begin to lay their plans
for a still more remarkable exhibition
of numbers and determination.
In all the "unfinished business"
that has come from Campbell-Banner-man
Asquith had had no greater heri
tage of woe than the suffrage for wom
en question, and he positively de
spairs of any settlement of his trou
bles except by surrender.
Tuesday Is set as a date for thir
new effort to jog the legislative rec
ognition of women's rights. The cen
ter of operations will be the Houses of
Parliament, but this time instead of
attacking the citadel it will be Invest
ed. A deputation will approach the Pre
mier on the plea of seeking an inter
view, and under the cover of , this
move 100,000 of good and true Suffra
gettes will storm the Parliament by
land and by water.
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Bray's Mythical Vicar.
It Is curious te reflect that there are
scattered about the world many scores
of places whose chief claim to dis
tinction consists in their association
with some famous ditty or other.
Take, for example, the village of Bray,
In Berkshire, always associated with
the world famous "Vicar of Bray."
The most curieus part of the business
Is that, though Fuller. In bis "Worthies
of England." asserts that the cleric
who Is the hero of the song was one
Simon Alleyn. careful search of the
parish registers has failed to substan
tiate the story. London Musical Home
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