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THE. mcnMOXD PALLADIUM AXI SUX-TELEGRAM, THURSDAY, AUGUST 6, 1008.
XAGE SEVEN. GOOD ROAD CONGRESS KOSCEMOOm, iimfilll & CO BARGAIN DAY SATURDAY Saturday, Aug. 8th 824 main street August 8th MM A IGAMUE-MI (GAIN BAY SATURDA, AUGUST 8TI On this day we are going to offer all our Summer Suits for far less than the usual price paid for them. ONLY ONE DAY. HERE THEY GO. COME SATURDAY. All $28.00 Suits, Bargain Day Special All $25.00 Suits, Bargain Day Special All $22.00 Suits, Bargain Day Special All $15.00 Suits, Bargain Day Special $21.50 $19.75 $17.75 $11.25 All $18.00 Suits, Bargain Day Special All $12.50 Suits, Bargain Day Special All $20.00 Suits, Bargain Day Special All $10.00 Suits, Bargain Day Special 13.75 9.75 15.75 7.25 All our $3.00 Mallory Hats. All our $2.50 , Hats, Good , Road Special only - SPECIAL HAT SALE 2.25 1.75 All our $2.00 Hats, Good Road Special AH $1.50 Hats, best for the money for only 1.25 1.00 All our high grade Cluett Shirts, . $1.50, for All our 50c Anchor Brand Shirts for only 42c, 3 for SHIRT SALE SPECIAL 1.15 1.25 All our Mountain and Silver Brand Shirts at Working Shirts, Union Made, blues, blacks, etc., 50c grade. 79c 39c MOSEMIBILOOIMr, BUNTIN & CO., 824 IMIaiSini Stt MAY 0UT CABINET Bonaparte, It Is Again Ru , mored, Is to Resign as Attorney-General. ItLLIS IU iUUUttU MIM. Washington, D. C, Aug. a The Bonaparte resignation rumor has ap peared at Washington again aad with more directness and detail than before. It is declared that Mr. Bonaparte has made up his mind to leave the cabinet immediately after the November elec tion and that Wade H. Ellis of Ohio, will be named by President Roosevelt to succeed him. He is the man who drew the first draft of the Chicago platform. ; Some weeKs ago Mr. Ellis was of fered the position of assistant to the attorney general, made vacant by the promotion of Milton D. Purdy to a federal judgeship. One report has it that Ellis thinks that if he is entitled to any recogni tion for his service In connection with the writing of the republican platform he should be appointed attorney gen eral, and is holding off with a view to landing the plum. In the report here no specific reason is given for the alleged retirement of Mr. Bonaparte. LAD IS MU Greek Boy of Chicago Sup posed to Be Victim of Society of Padrones. HUNT FOR PERPETRATORS. Fifty Thousand Friends. In the great State of Ohio, fifty i thousand women use a cake or more 1 of Easy Task soap each week, ask any I one of this army of Intelligent women the reason "It does not hurt my (hands, makes my clothes snowy white land cuts the labor In half, then too, jit costs but a nickel." MISS ELKINS TO BECOME CATHOLIC She Is to Enter to Conform to Husband's Religion. Chicago, Aug. 6. Scores of detect ives are trying to solve the mystery of the murder of a young boy, believed to be a Greek, whose body was hacked to pieces and the mutilated portions thrown into Mud Lake and the drain age district canal. So far the legs and torso have been recovered, but the head and arms are missing. One foot, the left was re covered with the body. The police be lieve the child's slanghter may have been committed by some society of padrones. The murdered boy was apparently not more than 14 years of age. The Greek quarter of the city has been scurried over in a vain effort to learn of some missing young Greek. This seach will be continued in this and other cities. Detectives able to speak Greek will be pressed into the case. The theory of the police is that the murder was the outcome of an endea vor on the part of Greek padrones to enslave an unwilling boy. ATTEND 111 ROADS London. Aug. 6. A dispatch to the : Globe from Rome gives Cardinal Gib , bons as authority for the statement that Miss Katherine Elkins is to be received into the Catholic church be fore her marriage to the Duke of Ab ruzzl. , The Globe correspondent says Cardi j nal Gibbons discussed the matter with the Pope at his recent audience. Pope Pius is said to have expressed great pleasure on learning that Miss Elkins was about to become a Cath . olic and an Italian Princess. No one is Immune from kidney trou ble, so just remember that Foley's Kidney Remedy will stop the irregu- laxities and cure any case of kidney - or bladder trouble that is not beyond the reach of medicine. A. G. Luken & Co, ENTERS BLAZING CELLAR TO RESCUE A Seventeen Year Old Girl Proves Heroine. Philadelphia, Pa., Aug. 6. Without giving a thought to her own danger, seven-year-old Adeline Delisi entered the blazing cellar of her home and rescued her father Dominic Dellsl, who had been overcome by the smoke and flames. Her face, scorched as she went down the steps leading to the cellar the girl continued on her mission. Groping about the floor she found her father and succeeded in dragging him up the stairs to safety. Delisi tried to find a gas leak with a lighter match and an explosion and fire followed. ATTENTION ASTHMA SUFFERERS! Foley's Honey and Tar will give im mediate relief to asthma sufferers and has cured many cases that had refused to yield to other treatment. Foley's Honey and Tar is the best remedy for coughs, colds and all throat and lung trouble. Contains no harmful drugs. A. G. Luken & Co. The flame of an ordinary match has a much higher temperature than is generally known and will melt cast iron or steel filings. Try it by striking a match and sprinkle the filings through the flame. Sputtering sparks will be the result of the melting metal. Popular Mechanics. (GiD(DdL SIhiQ ark Cirs II IP IUdw 1 IPira Thus we permit you to get BETTER SHOES for far less money. Every part of our mam" mouth stock will be made INT A BARGAIN. FTT YOVR FEET WELL, then you will want good, roads and good shoes. ILDW IPrtooa nmi 3RQ AH2 EDAlTo PRICES MEN'S OXFORDS. Men's $5.00 Oxfords, all colors $3.95 Men's $4.00 Oxfords, patent colt or tan $3.25 Men's $3.50 Oxfords, patent colt or tan $2.95 Men's $2.50 Oxfords, patent colt or gun metal $2.30 Hanan's $6.00 Oxfords ,..$4.95 Children's Oxfords and Boys' Oxfords at great reduction. EXTRA SPECIALS ON LADIES' OXFORDS. Foster's $4.00 Oxfords, pat. colt or tan $3.25 Gulliam, Kokenze, Cross and Bolten's $3.00 Oxfords, dainty low patterns, button or lace, including tans and all the new cuts and shades. .$2.64 PRICES TWO EXTRA SPECIALS IN LADIES' TAN OXFORDS. The Merry Widow style, tan, Russian calf with Suede top and short vamp and tip, also plain toe, button, $3.00 grade, this week $1.98 One lot. Pat. Colt Oxfords, $2.00 grade now $1.75 All $3.00 Oxfords in pat colt and tan at $2.64 Choice of any Ladies', Misses or Children's White Canvas Shoes or Slippers, $1.00 to $3.00 grade, per pair 49c Closed Every Evening Except Saturday. Come to Ml STOffi A Congress of Low Prices Shoes that Fit Well Generally Wear Well. We Guarantee a Perfect Kit. Attend, the Good Roads Bargain Day, Saturday, August 8. 24 MAIFJ