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THE RICHMOND PALLADIU3I AND SUN-TELEGRAM, THURSDAY, JULY 23, 1908. NUSBAUM'S Notwithstanding the hot weather our Ready-to-Wear Department has been busy. Tremendous Sacrifices to the business and each day lessens the assortments. $ 9.75 $14.85 Tomorrow Mornin You can buy $17.50 to $20.00 Suits for You can buy $22.50 to $27.50 Suits for - WASH SUITS you can buy at Half Price CHILDREN'S JACKETS you can buy at Half Price JULY SACRIFICES continue all over our store OUR EMBROIDERIES ARE THE TALK OF THE TOWN Embroideries at 15c, 19c and 25c, are really worth double the money. SEE US FRIDAY AND SATURDAY. BRYAN IS PLEASED WITH RESPONSE Funds for Campaign Expens es Are Being Given Readily. IS WORKING ON HIS SPEECH BRYAN PREPARING FOR HIS NO TIFICATION WHICH Wrt-U BE HELD IN LINCOLN ON AUGUST TWELFTH. Off TO 1H E BAY Taft Goes to Confer With Roosevelt About His Speech. HE GETS THERE TODAY. LEE B. NUSBAUM The Home of Butterick Patterns Terre Haute, Indianapolis & Eastern Traction Co. Eastern Division (Time Table Effective Oct. 27. 1907.) Trains leave Richmond fir Indian apolls and Intermediate stations k at 6:00 a. m., 7:25, 8:00. 9:26, 10:00, 11:00, 12:00, 1:00, 2:25. 3:00. 4:00. 5:25. 6100. 7:30. 8:40. 9:00. 10:00. 11:10. . Limited trains. Last cat to Indianapolis, 8:40 p. m. Last car to New Castle, 10:O0 p. m. Trains connect at . Indianapolis for Lafayette. Frankfort, Crawfordsville, Terre Haute, Clinton. Sullivan. Paris (Ills.) Tickets sold through. NO EXCEPTIONS TO APPRAISERS REPORT Probable Squabble for School Land Is Over. PALLADIUM'WANT ADS PAY. Your Vacation. Here'swhat you have been look ing for. Plan your summer vaca- tlon now and join the Palladium j. Special V!a-he C, C. & L. R. R. For Niagar Falls. Buffalo, Lewis ton, Toronto, Canada, returning stopping off at DetrioL &c. :Only$10.25 for the Round Trip. JUST THINK OF IT. "Ms Cheaper than Walking." Through sleeping car and re clining chair car will leave Rich mond on August 5th, at 10:55 a. m., running direct to Niagara Falls without change. This will be a personally conducted excur sion. The .Palladium invites you to join them. They have special rates from the leading hotels and you will get the benefit of this. Look at the route. Can you beat It? C. C. & L. to Peru: "Wabash rail road to Niagara Falls;- Gorge R. R. to Lewiston; Steamer to To ronto. Returning steamer Toron to to Lewiston; Gorge R. It. to Niagara Falls, rail to Buffalo; steamer Buffalo to Detroit; Wa bash R. R. to Peru; C, C. & L. to Richmond. The cost of sleeping car, double berth, accommodating two persons. , will be $1.50 Richmond to Niagara Falls. Make your reservation for sleeping car berth at once. For particulars write or telephone C. A. BLAIR, Pass 4. Ticket Agt C. C. 4. L. R. R. i, Richmond, Ind. Home telephone No. 2062. No exceptions to the report of the appraisers in the case of Charles Pot ter, township trustee, against Anna Marmon. have been filed. The report was submitted to the court several days ago. It is a continuance of the protracted squabble to obtain posses sion of an acre plot of ground belong ing to Mrs. Marmon, which the trus tee wishes for the location of the new Nunmber 9 school house. Beaten by His Friends. In the eighties of the last century the late Dr. Thomas K. Beecher of El mira was nominated for congress from his district, and the politicians had about conceded that he would be elect ed when his church people found out that hts prospects were good and set out to defeat him. One of the most singular campaigns In the history of Ameri&n politics resulted. All of Mr. Beecher's personal and church friends worked like beavers against him and voted solidly for his opponent, with the result that he was defeated by a narrow margin. The attitude of the church people was that they could not afford to lose their minister, and they won the fight. SEEKS POSSESSION OF SCHOOL LAND vr-- Argument in New Garden Tp. Case Tomorrow. vs, Argument in the case of Thompson Anderson, trustee of New Garden township, will be heard in the circuit court tomorrow. Thompson seeks to secure possession of a plot of ground deeded to the township several years ago for school house purposes. He al so alleges the deed provided in case the ground was abandoned for that purpose it should revert to the original owner. An interesting 'point of law is involved. L-3o1ute Obesity. There is a member of the faculty of a certain university who, to use the words of a colleague, "is as rotund physically as he is profound metaphys ically." One day the professor chanced to come upon his children, of whom he has a number, all of whom were, to his Fairview, Lincoln, Neb., July 23. Honesty in business and a defense of the Denver platform, particularly with respect to publicity before election of campaign contributions, formed the theme of two addresses made yester day by William J. Bryan. The first speech was at Capital Beach to the Association of Grocers and Butchers, and the second to the state democratic committee. In his re marks to the Grocers and Butchers' association Mr. Bryan dwelt on mono polies in certain products and declar ed that merchandise was the last branch of business in which there will be a monopoly, because, he said, the moment such a monopoly was estab lished a competitor would present himself and the people would thereby be protected against extortion. To the state committee Mr. Bryan gave assurances that reports of demo cratic success from different parts of the country were encouraging. He ex pressed his gratification that democra tic newspapers were receiving cam paign contributions. This, he argued, was an auspicious beginning of a new era of politics. He said: "I am always glad to meet with the democrats of Nebraska. Money Coming In. "The reports we get from the coun try are very encouraging and one of them, I think, especially deserves no tice. The promptness with which our democratic papers are taking up the subject of subscriptions to the cam paign fund is very encouraging. Sev eral have already opened subscriptions and I believe that it is going to be quite generally followed. This is probably a response to the party's position in regard to publicity concerning campaign contributions, and it verifies the hope of those who believed that if the party threw itself upon the confidence of the masses of the people, if the party announced its determination to rely for its sinews of war upon contributions that would come from the' body of the population and receive no contributions that could not be made public, confidence would be reciprocated and the people would respond, That is all I care to say at this time gentlemen. The issues have been presented in the platform and I have been getting letters from all parts of the country expressing approval of that platform. I believe that it is the best platform this country has known for generations; that it especially sets forth the party's position. There is no trimming, there is no hedging. there is no dogging. It is a frank, candid platform and the impression that it has made is a most favorable one. Notifying Bryan. It has been definitely determined that the notification of Mr. Bryan of his nomination for the presidency shall take place on the grounds sur rounding the state capital. The exer cises will begin at 2 o'clock on August 12. The decision to use the capital grounds was arrived at because of their great convenience to the large number of people who are expected to be present. While the speech of acceptance of Judge Taft will have a considerable bearing on the remarks of Mr. Bryan when his notification takes place on August 12, Mr. Bryan is beginning to outline what he will have to say on that occasion. He has volunteered the statement that his speech would Hot Springs, Va., July 23. Judge William H. Taft left at 8:45 last even ing for Oyster Bay to confer with President Roosevelt concerning his Cincinnati speech accepting the presi dential nomination. He will arrive at Sagamore Hill this afternoon, leaving the Chesapeake and Ohio train at Jer sey City at 1 o'clock and making the trip across New York City and down Long Island by automobile. Mr. Taft will doubtless be the guest of the president Thursday night. He has arranged to leave New York Friday afternoon for Cincinnati, where he will arrive Saturday afternoon at 1:30 o'clock. His headquarters in New York will be at the Manhattan hotel. DISSOLUTION OF PARTNERSHIP. Clarence Hadley has sold his inter est in the Maher & Hadley Meat Mar ket, sold to former partner, John F, Maher. Mr. Maher will take over all accounts payable and receivable. 21-3t MAY FATALITIES Over Three Hundred Killed by Railroads and Interur bans Last Year. INDIANA RECORD IS LARGE. Indianapolis, July 23. A report com piled by the Railroad commission shows that 391 people were killed by the interurban and steam roads in In diana during he year ending June 30, 1908. The total killed during the pro ceeding year was 412. During the last year only 15 passengers were killed. There was an increase in the number of fatalities however, among the em ployes of the steam roads and persons who trespassed on the right-of-way. The commission says that the number of deaths from trespassing along the right-of-way will continue to increase as long as the grade crossings are not eliminated. POPULAR EXCURSIONS Via Chicago, Cincinnati & Louisville R. R. $16.00 Round Trip to Old Point Comfort, Va. Two Excursions Wednesday, July 15th, and Sat urday, August 1st. Limit 15 days each. $16.00 Round Trip to Atlantic City Thursday, July 30th, via the C. & O. R. R. Limit 15 days. $6.50 Round Trip to Niagara Falls Wednesday, August 5th. Free Reclining Chair Car, Richmond to Niagara Falls without change. Train leaves Richmond 10:55 a. m. 12 days limit. $16 Round Trip to Atlantic City Thursday, August 6th via The Baltimore & Ohio R. R. 15 day limit. For particulars call on C. A. BLAIR, P. & T. A., Home Phone 2062, Richmond. New Phones 1198 1199 Bell 190 BEEHIVE GROCERY COMPANY New Phencs 1198 1199 Bell 190 Huckleberries! Huckleberries! Blackberries! Blackberries! Arizona nutmeg, melons, every on sweet and good. The sweetest and best watermel ons in the city. Phillsbury and Qold Medal flour, Franklin Mills Entire Wheat floor. Carpenters Pastry flour. When you buy of ue you get the best gooda sold in Richmond. A Fox Which Eats Grapes, Old Aesop, the fabulist, was thought by some to have been unjustifiably imaginative in adducing the Instance of a fox which ate grapes, but natural historians have been able to amply vindicate the antique Greek writer, who flourished from five to six cen turies B. C. There is to be found !n parts of Africa today a curious canine quadruped known as the zerda, or Fennee fox, with remarkably long ears and an alert appearance gener ally, which actually lives upon grapes and other fruits, which It secures noc-turnally. How's This? "We offer One Hundred Dollars Re ward for any case of Catarrh that can not be cured by Hall's Catarrh Cure. F. J. CHENEY & CO., Toledo. O. We. the undersigned, have known F. J. Cheney for the last 15 years, and believe him perfectly honorable in all business transactions, and financially able to carry out any obligations made by his firm. Waldlnsr. Kinnan & Marvin, Wholesale Druggists, Toledo. O. Hall's Catarrh Cure Is taken inter nally. acting directly upon the blood and mucous surfaces of the system Testimonials sent free. Trice 75c, per bottle. Sold by all Druggists. Take Hall's Family Pills for const! pation. discussion of the meaning of the word I not necessarily be devoted to the plat- "absolute." The ladies of the First Universalist church will hold a market Saturday afternoon and evening in the McCon aha building between Fourth and Fifth streets. Strictly home-made articles. Buy your Sunday supper there. 23-2t Suits at $10.00 and Jack ets at $1.00 at Knollenberg's Summer Sale tomorrow and Saturday. ! HI II I ! I II s i NOTICE. We wish to inform our old custom ers as well as new ones that our stock of "Woolens for Fall Suitings has ar rived and is the largest we have ever shown. $15 or $18 will get a fine fall suit. See the new fall styles. EMMONS TAILORING CO., Cor. 9th and Main. Sits as: For Peter's appetite trv batting powder biscuits made of Gold Medal Flour. Maria. Pennsylvania vLiiiicago Excursion Next Sunday $3.09 round trip lrom Richmond. Train leave? 2 aw in . "Dad," queried one of the youngsters, "can a man be absolutely good?" "No." replied the father. "Dad," put in another youngster, "can a man be absolutely bad?" "No." "Papa." ventured the third child, a girl, "can a man be absolutely fat?" Whereupon father fled Incontinently. Philadelphia Ledger. , Making Hubby Appreciative. A doctor tells of a note he received from a woman saying that her hus band, who was about to make him a professional call, found constant fault with the dinner she prepared for him. She appealed to the physician for aid. The doctor examined his patient, who had a slight attack of indigestion, and told him to cut out lunches, to eat nothing but a slice of toast and a cup of tea. The scheme worked excellent ly. Of course hubby returns home in the evening, eats everything in sight and votes bis wife's cooking even bet ter than mother used to make. Bos ton Record. form entirely, or that it would be in cumbent upon him to enlarge upon that instrument. TbiSPUTbFWCK WIT." and Property Rights. Private property, in the shape in which we know it today, was chiefly formed by the gradual disentanglement of the separate rights of Individuals from the blended rights of a communi ty. There Is every reason for believ ing that property once belonged not to Individuals or even the Isolated fam ilies, but to the patriarchal society as a whole. In other words, property was at first communistic rather than personal. NeTT Tork American. N ed ed Airing. "What's the matter with you? de manded Borem hotly. Tve got a right to air my opinions, haven't IF "Oh. of course." replied Brightly. "They're so stale and musty they cer tainly need something of that sort.' Philadelphia Freafr The American Saved His Prida Observed Russian Etiquette. The Yankee and the Russian story is again on its grand rounds, but as all attempts to name the original Yankee have failed, says London M. A. I, it is safe to pin the anecdote to any prominent American who may have visited St. Petersburg. The Russian has been identified as the Grand Duke Constantine, younger brother of the Czar Alexander I., and. the Incident occurred about 1810. The Yankee went out for a walk in March, when the snow was melting after sudden rain. The street was a maie of puddles, divided into sections by narrow ledges of snow at the cross ings, over which pedestrians carefully- felt their way. The Yankee was Just In the middle of such a snow bridge when he recog nized the Grand Duke Constantine ap proaching in the opposite direction. The path being too narrow for two persons to pass, the grand duke being accustomed to every one getting out of his way, the Yankee being too courte ous to turn his back on a brother of the czar to return whence he cam and too proud to step servilely into the slush for a mere prince of the royal blood such was the contretemps- Quick as a flash our American whipped out his purse, presented It to Constantine and asked. "Even or odd?" "Even," replied the astonished prince. "You win!" said the Yankee and stepped off into a paddle half a leg deep. Constantine, highly pleased by this peculiarly American proceeding, men tioned it to the czar, and oar Yankee was invited to dine at the palace next THE REAL THING is what you want when you need a good article and what is there more needful or of more import ance to have good than coal. It can't be too good as the more heat producing qualities it has the more economical it will prove. Try our coal and you will get the real thing at reasonable prices. H. C. BULLERDICK 4L SON 529 South 5th Street Phone 1235 Field Seed Lawn Seed. Flowfcr Seed. Garden Seed all kinds. ' Lawn Fertilizer omer e. WHELAN Feed' and Seed Store 33 S. tth SL Phone 1179 NOTICE We wish to inform our old customers as well as new ones that our stock of woolens for fall suitings has arrived and is the larg est we have ever shown. $15 or $18 will get a fine fall suit. See the new fall styles. EMMONS TAILORING C0.t Cor. 9th and Mam. The Ha Of Tfcs Body. The organ around wntcfe all the other orfint revolve, and upon which they arc laxtr ce. ?endent for their weltar. to tba stomseh. hen the functions of tbe stonitoh beootne Im paired, tbe bowel maA Mver elao beootne de ranged. To core a diaeaee of tbe (tomach. liver or bowels ret m SO cent or SI bottle of Dr. C aid well' Syrup Pop. in at your drareUt'e. It it '.be promptest reHet for tonstipetioo and dyr depsia ever cc rrpotitkVsd. Dr. A. O.Martin, Dentist For Cast Gold Fillings The lllllnas of the fu ture. Colonial Block. New Phone 1C37 ROSS' STRAW HAT CLEANER Restores Straw Hats to Natural Color. PRICE 10 CENTS W. H. ROSS DRUG CO., 804 Main. Richmond. Take a Kodak With Yoa rorspTn r n IV U WJU IA1 IT IS U ZA U We advise every housekeeper to carefully consider our Special Mid-Summer Prices On Iron Beds We always carried a fine stock of Beds, and today the assortment is better than ever, more shapes and styles, but only one high-class quality and perfect finish. From .every point of view this is the best time to buy a Bed. . At $6.98 Brass Trimmed Beds or Con tinuous Post Beds, Brass Top Rails and Drop Foot, regular price $9.50. Big as sortment of beds In Vernes Martin, White and Black Finish. At $4.69 Beds worth $6.00. Brass Knob Trimmed, Inch post and drop foot. Other styles from $2.40, $3.75, $4.25 and upward to $17.00. Carpets, Rugs, Beds, Lace Curtains, Window Shades, Mattings, on our 2nd floor. Special Rug Prices This Week Extra Velvet Rugs, 27x54 inches, only ... . $ 1.50 Good Tapestry Rugs, 9x10-6 11.95 9x12 Extra Tapestry Rugs, big values at 15.00 Hot Weather Specials in Refrigerators, Porch Furniture, Hot Plates, Gasoffne Stoves, Oil Stoves, etc. You're Always Welcome. New Location. Corner Ninth and Main Sts.