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ITJe Can't Help It, They Must Go You Be Here First 8 s 9LG STARTS D(gaitt (Emmn imILJp ailke M7flfl WW UUs give the greatest value at the greatest price reduction ever before known to Richmond and vicinity. We are going to unload at any cost the first here will be the first served so come as early as you can Wednesday morning, July 8th. Bargains await you. witd4 IF The easoBT) THIS IS THE MOST IMPORTANT OF OUR SEMI-ANNUAL PRE-INVEN-TORY SALES coming just when summer is at its height, when hot weather needs are greatest, and when ljhter, cooler apparel must be provided, for at least four months yet to come. This includes HART, SCHAFFNER & MARX AND CLOTHCRAFT CLOTHES, made in the latest styles, one, two and three button, French back, with side seams, plain and patched pockets, with crease in side seams, point ed and round lapels, serge and alpaca lined, with or without cuffs. All $28.00 Hart, Schalfner & Marx Suits at Clean-Up Sale Prices, for s All $25 Hart, Schalfner & Marx Suits at a Clean-Up THE FOLLOWS LOW PRICES Bargain- 519.7 All $22 Hart, Schalfner & Marx Suits, summer's latest styles, to go in this Clean-Up Sale for 11177 All $20 Hart, Schalfner & Marx Suits, Clean-Up Pri ces, a bargain at All $18 Hart, Schalfner & Marx Suits, tailored in latesf styles, your choice for There are many bargains here for everyone 5(S CLEARANCE (2) SALE PRICE Of one lot of 300 Men's Suits, sizes 34 to 40, ranging in price from $7.00 to $20, all wool, but these suits are not this season's styles, but will make first class working or knockabout wear. All our Clothcraft Suits, three pieces, tailored in the latest styles, all new season's models, go during Clean-up Sale for Choice of any $15 Clothcraft Suit $9.75 Choice of any $12.50 Clothcraft Suit $7.25 Choice of any $10 Clothcraft Suit CLEAN-UP SALE PRICE One lot of one hundred Boys' Knee Pants Suits, good val ues, good styles, some in the lot would make good suits for Sunday wear. Think of it! For only $1.25. Men, Take Note of the Many Bar gains Listed Below. Come During the Sale. Every Day Straw Hats. One lot in all shapes for street wear, at only 10c One lot of men's and boys' hats, 50c, 75c values, at only 15c Men's Fine Straw Panama Hats. One half price, $3.50 grade at. .$1.75 $2.50 grade at 1.25 $1.50 grade at 75 $7.00 Panama at 3.50 $3.00 grade at 1.50 $2.00 grade at 1.00 $1.00 grade at 50 $6.00 Panamas at 3.00 Boys' Shirts. Sizes 12 to 14 years, nobby patterns for ....35c Boys' Knee Pants. $1.50 grade $1.15 $1.00 grade 79c 75c grade 59c 50c grade 39c Boys' and Men's Caps. In all the new styles and shapes. 50c grade for 39c 25c grade for . . . 19c One lot of boys" long pants suits, sizes 14 to 20 years, prices formerly $3, $10, $12 and $15, clearance price $4.48 Mallory Cravenette Hats. Men's Stiff or Soft Hats, all This Sea son's Styles, Including All the Latest Shapes. $3.00 hats for $2.25 $2.00 hats for $1.25 $2.50 hats for $1.75 $1.50 hats for $1.00 Bargains in the Men's Furnishing Department Dress Shirts. Cluett coat shirts, $1.50 shirts at $1.15 $1.00 Mountain and Silver brands 79c Anchor Brand Shirts. Anchor brand 50c shirts, sizes 14 to 19; 50c shirts at 42c; 3 for $1.25 Working Shirts. The shirts are union made, all sizes from 14 to 18, blues, blacks and fancy at 39c Night Shirts. Sizes 14 to 19, Muslins and camnncs. $1.00 79c 75c 63c 50c 39c Silk Handkerchiefs. Silk handkerchiefs, in fancy borders and fancy stripes, plain or colors. 60c Underwear Unien Suits. UNION SUITS. $3.00 $2.29 $2.50 $1.78 $2.00 $1.39 $1.50 77. . .$1.17 $1.00 89c $1.00 a garment (2-piece) 89c .35c 50c a garment (2-piece) 39c Men's and Boys9 Trousers Sale will long be remembered by men and boys. Boys' Knee Pants. Boys' knee pants suits, including sailor blouses, straight and knicker bocker pants, made up of the latest fabrics and the latest styles at half price. $7.00 $3.50 $6.00 $3.00 $5.00 $2.50 $4.00 $2.00 $3.50 $1.75 Boys' knee pants, blouse and straight, made In the latest styles and the best fabrics. $1.50 suit for $1.15 $1.00 suits for 79c 75c suits for 59c Men's Odd Pants. Made all wool and silk mixture. serge seams, peg top or straight, in the latest nobbiest patterns, something that is worth while to look at even if you don't buy. $6 00 $4.75 $5.00 $3.75 $4.00 $3.25 $3.50 $2.75 $3.00 $2.25 $2.50 $1.75 $2.00 $1.25 Men's light weight, skeleton lined, ser ges and alpaca coats at half price. $7.00 $3.50 $5.00 $2.50 $150 $2.25 $3.50 $1.75 Hosiery. 50c 40c 25c 20c 15c 11c Belts, 50c ones 39c Neckwear. $1.00 50c. 25c. . .69c .36c .19c White and Fancy Vests. $4.00 grades $2.75 $3.50 grades $2.25 $3.00 grades $2.00 $2.50 grades $1.75 $2.00 grades $1.35 $1.50 grades $1.15 Belts. Belts. 25c ones 19c Bargains, Bargains. Everything is Bar gains in our Furnishing Department. mm Notice Our Ads Daily During Sale Kisn)bDmn 824 MAIN STREET Read Our Great Sale Bill JAIL DELIVERY EASY Two Men Walk Out of Rush County Prison in Broad Daylight. THOUGHT THEY WERE FREE Rushville, Ind., July 7. One of the Jtoldest jail deliveries in the history of the country took place here when Charles Crawford and Walter Ray I walked out of the jail after three doors had been unlocked, presumably by a i confederate. The trio had to walk out the front entrance of the sheriffs res idence, located in the heart of the city. The delivery occurred about noon. iThe two men were arrested at Terre (Haute recently, charged with Having robbed a clothing store here. It is thought that a local man was impli cated in the robbery and that the two men threatened to implicate him un less he delivered them. The keys were kept in the dining room hanging on a nail. Mrs. Will L. King, wife of the sheriff, with Mrs. Charles Coleman, charged with com plicity in the murder of her husband, were in the side yard within a few feet of the jail all the morning, engaged in washing. Bloodhounds and posses are scour ing the country for the escaped men. They evidently feel confident ot escap ing, for since their incarceration they have been insolent to the officers, de claring they were a lot of "jayhawk ers," "tin star constables" and "yap apple knockers." This is the second attempt within the past two weeks. Sheriff King came upon the two fellows recently after they had battered the lock off a cell door. Since then they were con fined in a cage. SELLS BODY TO LIVE PALLADIUM WANT ADS. PAY Homeless Wanderer Nears Death and Wants $50 for His "Carcass." HE HAS NO SCRUPLES. Washington, July 7. John Barrett. 65 years old, said to belong to one of the oldest families of Connecticut, has offered to sell his body to the George Washington University hospital for $50. Mr. Barrett came to Washington six months ago for his health. Last week his condition became worse, and be lieving his days were numbered, he decided to sell his body that he might Uv comfortably to lbs end, Ha is without relatives. "I have often heard of persons rob bing graves and of invalids selling their bodies," he said. "Why should I not pursue the same tactics? I do not care what becomes of my carcass when breath leaves it. I would soon er have it dissected or cremated than put in the sod. By selling it to a hos pital I hope to obtain a few dollars and at the same time aid the physi cians in the interest of medical sci ence. "I believe in heaven and hell, and by disposing of my body to a hospital for dissection I do not believe it would influence the flight of the spirit one way or the other. When a person succumbs the soul ascends or descends as the case may be. and the frame or body decays. There should be no scruples on the part of anybody about disposing of the body. No harm can come out of such, a transaction." Dr. Phillip of the hospital said the authorities there did not buy human bodies. SPANIARD ARRESTED FOR THEFTOF $12,400 Former Purdue Student Is in Serious Trouble. PALLADIUM WANT. ADS. PAY claims he induced her to bring the $12.4 here to open a rooming house with. The prisoner says his father owns a large coffee plantation at Bogota. Co lombia. South America, and begged the police not to arrest him. saying the dis grace would kill his father. Xew York. July 7. On a charge of j grand larceny, Enrique Lianas, a Span iard, who has been attending Pur due University at Lafayette, Ind., I was arrested here yesterday. Mrs. Clark. Smith of Lafeyette, says the student took $12.4X of her money. She admits that she let him have it to j take to the bank, but says Lianas re- f maned away so long she decided he j was not coming back, and asked the 1 police to arrest him. Mrs. Smith conducted a rooming house for students in Lafayette and Lianas boarded with her there. He came to New York, and Mrs. Smith The Remedy That Does. "Dr. King's New Discovery is the remedy that does the healing others promise but fail to perform." says Mrs. E. R. Pierson, of Auburn Centre. Pa." It is curing me of throat an-i lung trouble of long standing, that oth er treatments relieved only temporari ly. New Discovery is doing me so much good that I feel confident 1U continued use for a reasonable length of time will restore me to perfect health." This renowned cough and cold remedy and throat and lung heal er is sold at A. G. Luken & Co. drug store. 50c. and $1.00. Trial bottle free. Tkzodosia: Gold Medal Flour makes Ugh tut bread. sea. BISHOP POTTER RAPIDLY IMPROVES Now Thought the Famous Di vine Will Recover. Cooperstown. N. Y.. July 7. Bishop Potter, has continued to improve, not withstanding the extreme heat, and confidence in his recovery Is growing. His son, Alonzo Potter, and his son-in-law. Charles Russell, left for New York last night, and Mrs. Potter niece. Mrs. Robert Mackey, has returned. Foley's Orino Laxative, the new lax ative, stimulates, but does not irritate. It is the best laxative. Guaranteed or your money back. A. G. Luken it Co. Umu: Gold Medal Flour makes the whitest bread. n.vi. .