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THE RICHMOND PAL IADIUM AND SUN-TELEGRA3I, THURSDAY, AUGUST 6, 1908
GOVERNOR
HUGHES
HOT SEEKING AID
As Yet He Has Sent No Dele
gations to National
Headquarters.
HITCHCOCK HAS BUSY DAY.
13 VISITED BY BIQ REPUBLICAN
LEADERS PROM DIFFERENT
PARTS OF THE COUNTRY, WHO
BEAR GOOD REPORTS.
New York, Aug. ft An Important
conference between Chairman Frank
H. Hitchcock of the republican nation
al committe and George B. Cortelyou,
secretary of th, treasury, who managed
the republican campaign four years
ago, was held late Wednesday at the
Manhattan hotel.
Besides talking with Mr. Hitchcock
about the political situation generally
throughout the country, Secretary Cor
telyou is thought to have taken up the
governorship question In New York
etate. At one time the head of the
treasury department was credited in
political circles here with being an
aspirant for the republican' nomina
tion and he was thought to be favor
ed ,by some of the state leaders who
have opposed the renomination of
Governor Hughes.
Mr. Hitchcock declined to say what
was talked about beyond admitting
tht he had heard a great deal more
about the state question.
, .
No Emissaries From Governor.
Mr. Hitchcock said that every day
brings to his office a large amount of
correspondence on the Bubject of the
governorship. So far as he can learn
the governor has not sent any delega
tions to national headquarters to
epeak In his behalf.
Several parts of the country were
heard from by Mr. Hitchcock. He re
ceived a call from James T. McCleary,
second assistant postmaster general,
who is a candidate in Minnesota for
renomination by the republican party
for the house of representatives. Mr.
McCleary said he was confident the re
publican state ticket would be elected
in Minnesota this fall an each con-
gressional district would send a repub
lican to Washington. He expressed
the opinion that Governor Johnson
would not again take the democratic
nomination. ,
Charles P. Taft a Caller.
Charles P. Taft of Cincinnati broth
er of the republican nominee, was one
of the first callers at headquarters.
He had a long talk with the chairman
and then met the local newspaper
men. He was greatly amused at their;
pointed questions concerning the cost
of running a campaign, but would not
tell how much it was costing him. He
parried the questions good naturedly
and with great success. He expressed
the opinion that Ohio wa3 safely re
publican. '
Asked about the situation in Vir
ginia, he said:
"Things are looking good in Vir
ginia. Many prominent democrats are
ifor Taft, and they are forming demo
cratic Taft clubs. I think there is no
fear we will carry one congressional
district"
DEVASTED TIMBER
Forest Fires in British Colum
bia Have Left Towns
Behind.
BLOW TO MINING INDUSTRY
Vancouver, B. C, Aug. 6. The for
est fires in the Elk river valley have
burned past the towns. Fernie is de
stroyed, but Michel, Hosmer and
Cranbrook are out of the danger zone.
The flames are still devastating the
timber region in the valley beyond the
settlements. These bush fires may
last a month or until rain falls.
The loss of life is placed at thirty
eight and the property damage Is esti
mated at $5,000,000.
The women and children who were
taken from Fernie and placed among
the adjacent towns of Frank. Blair
more and Nelson are ctill In these
places of refuge, but the men are back
at Fernie and have begun rebuilding
the town.
Tents and supplies of food and cloth
ing have been received at' Fernie and
the people are working strenuously.
Nurses and physicians aro looking af
ter the injured and taking precautions
to prevent pestilence. There are two
cases of small pox in Fernie.
The Fernlo disaster his struck a
hard blow to the mining and smeltins
industry of British Columbia. Several
thousand men will bo thrown out of
employment in the mines.
A BOON TO ELDERLY PEOPLE.
Most elderly people have some kid
ney or bladder disorder that is both
painful and dangerous. Foley's Kid
ney Remedy has proven a boon to
many elderly people as it stimulates
the urinary organs, corrects irregular
ities and tones up the whole system.
Commence taking Foley's Kidney Rem
edy at once and be vigorous. A. G.
Luken & Co.
FIVE COTTAGES AT
EPILEPTIC VILLAGE
The Last of the Number
Now Being Finished.
Is
CaP3 SHARES
The Improved Toasted
Corn Flakes
I "HK E-C proc.s of steam -cookiag
retexas Mid ecaphaatees in E-C Cora
FWkes aH the natural flavor of the got a,
and the E-C toaating process makes evsry
flake dainty and crisp, tfce most dolicioa
marsel of cora food aayona avar tasted.
Ns artificial favoring la hm4 la E-C
At Your Grocers, 10c.
EGG-0-8EE CEREAL COMPANY, CMcaaa
Larxeat Manufacturers at Flaked
Cereal Poods ia the World
ROELL AND RICHTER
NAMED DELEGATES
and
CdDifflpess ff Low Prices
m
Will Attend National Meeting
Of Catholic Societies.
Rev. Father Roell of Ct Andrews'
church has been chosen as delegate
from the Indianapolis diocese meet
ing of the national federation of
Catholic societies at Boston next week.
He will also be the Indiana delegate
from the state association. Prof. Jo
seph Richter, who is principal at the
St. Andrew school has been chosen
the lay delegate from Indianapolis.
Both Father Roell and Prof. Rich
ter will leave for Boston Friday, arid
will be gone about two veeks. While
In the east they will visit various
places of Interest to local Catholics
and on their return home they will
give reports of their trips.
FOR SORE FEET.
"I have found Bucklen's Arnica
Salve to be the proper thing to use for
sore feet, as well as for healing burns,
sores, cuts and all manner of abra
sions," writes Mr. W. Stone, of East
Poland, Maine. It is the proper thing
too for piles. Try it! Sold under
guarantee at A. G. Luken & Co's drug
store. 25c.
New Castle, Ind., Aug. 6. Contract
ors have completed brick work on the
new cottage at the Indiana village for
epileptics, north of this city. The
structure will be inclosed within ten
days. The building is 64 by HO feet
and will be thoroughly adapted for the
care of patients. This is the last cot
tage that will be erected at the village
this year. The appropriations by the
last legislature has been exhausted.
Tho next legislature wil bo asked to
set aside at least $30,000 for the
board of trustees of the epileptic vil
lage with which to erect additional
cottages. There are five cottages at
the village and nearly seventy pa
tients.
It was formerly made a reproach to
tta Scots that they played their na-
Oonal game, golf, far too seriously.
but the Engnsh now. play It with a
jdoorneas which the most Masoned
i Scots - cannot equal and Is perhaps
only.,, surpassed by the Americans.
f Golf ; Illustrated.
; Deafness Cannot Be Cured
by local applications, as they cannot
iraach the diseased portion of the ear.
! There Is only one way to cure deaf-
(Resa. and that Is by constitutional
i remedies. Deafness Is caused, by an
, Inflamed condition of the mucous lin
ing; oi me njusiacman xudc. wnen
this tube is inflamed you have a rum
bllngr sound or Imperfect hearing:, and
when It is entirely closed. Deafness is
the result, and unless the inflamma
tion can be taken out and this tuba re.
stored to Its normal condition, hearing:
I will oe aestroyea rorever: nine cases
J out of ten are caused by Catarrh,
'wnion in noinins dui hti iniiamea con
dltion of the mucous surfaces.
Wo will give One Hundred Dol
lars for any case of Deafness
t (caused by catarrh) that cannot be
i cured by Hall's Catarrh Cure. Send
.for circulars free.
I F. J. CHENEY & CO., Toledo, a
1 Sold by Drug-gists. 75c.
; Take-Hall's Family Pills for const!
I patlon.
SEE OUR SPRING LINE
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GO-CARTS
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Moore & Ogborn
Insurance, Bonds and Loans. Real Es
tate and Rentals.
Both phones. Bell 53R. Horn T589.
Room 16 I. O. O. F. Bldg.
I INSURANCE, REAL ESTATE i
LOANS, RENTS
$ W. H. Bradbury & Son
J Rooms 1 and 3, Wsstoott Bid
SWEET AS HONEY
"Little Gem" Cantaloupes
, Fresh Every Day
phone 2292 Hadley Bros.
DETERMINED ON
FREEING UMPHERE
Attorneys Want Him Released
On Bail.
Laporte, Ind., Aug. 6. The attor
neys for Ray Lamphere, under six in
dictments for complicity in the murd
ers on the Gunness farm, stated that
a demand would now be made for the
admission of their client to bail.
The defense will make a determined
fight to obtain Lamphere's release
from jail on bail or on a writ of hab
eas corpus. The defense also will de
mand that the supposed body of Mrs.
Gunness be4 exhumed not only for fur
ther examination of poison, but to
take measurements which, they de
clare, will prove that the woman who
lost her life In the fire of April 28 last
was not the murderess.
FRIENDS Of RICH
SQUARE TO REUNE
Event Will Be Held August
Twenty-second.
New Castle, Ind., Aug. 6. Present
and former residents of Rich Square
a Friends settlement six miles south
of this city are preparing for a re
union and home coming on Saturday
Aug. 22. Invitations are extended to
all former residents of the community
and it is expected that a large number
will attend. Prof. Arvill Pratt,
graduate of the Rich Square higl
school, and now an educator In j
neighboring state will deliver an ad
dress.
a
CURED HAY FEVER AND SUMMER
COLD
A. S. Nusbaum, Batesville, Indiana,
writes: "Last year I suffered for three
months with a summer cold so dis
tressing that it Interfered with my
business. I had many of the symp
toms of hay fever, and a doctor's pre
scription did not reach my case, and
I took several medicines which seemed
only to aggravate it. Fortunately I in
sisted upon having Foley's Honey and
Tar. It quickly cured me. My wife
has since used Foley's Honey and Tar
with the same success. A. G. Luken
Maurice:
The tea cakes I sent you were made-
from Gold Medal Flour. Rosaline.
At Belter's, Saturday, Anigest 8
In a cordial welcome to our city Saturday' August 8th, by the Young Men's
Business Club, we give you an equal welcome to attend the wonderful LOW
PRICE CONGRESS at our store on this date. Bargains in every department
Bargains ! Bargains ! Bargains ! Come in and look them over.
Here Are the Specials For Saturday
New Process Gaso
line Range, self-generating
burners
nothing better made.
4 burners, with oven
attached, $30 kind
24.50
3 burner. New Pro
cess Gasoline Range
same construction
as $30 kind, worth
$25, Saturday only
Other Specials and Many Flore.
3-burner Junior Gasoline Stove for 2.24
New Perfection Oil Stove, 3-burner, the $10.00
kind, for only 8.98
New Perfection Oil Stove, 2-burner, the $7.50
kind, for only 5.98
Ovens from $1 .25 to 2.00
Hot Plates from $1.48 to 3.00
GEORGE W. DEUKER
604-608 Main Street
Set Your Sails and Steer Straight For Mount's
Shoe Store Bargain Day, Saturday, August
8th Good Roads Congress.
1 Will IflMltt & M
Famous Vhte
House Shoes
For Men.
Ask Us About
Them
Wholesale and Retail Dealers. The only shoe store in
Richmond that saves you the middleman's profit.
We are Sole
Agents for Buster
Brown Shoes
For
Boys and Girls.
Good Roads Congress - - Bargain Days
A Eameanim
1
.0
Two little words that bring
you fust a hint of the most im
portant savings on footwear
especially desired for this time of the year. We are expecting hundreds
of people from out of Richmond here on Good Roads Day. So we have
drawn upon every resource of the store's organization most energetically
to make values more pronounced than in any special sale of the past.
Hue BaupfflffliMS Aire For
(GoocU IKoaidls Day (tally
All ladies oxfords, black or tan, patent leather,
vici kid, gun metals, Russia calf, pumps, lace or
button, buckle or strap, that retailed fam f
at $3, $3.50 and $4, anything in If
ladies oxfords to go for only - - "
Come early Saturday morning while we still
have sizes.
All men's oxfords, black and tan, patent leather,
gun metal, vici kid, corona colt skin. Ideal kid,
lace, button, buckle, everything in men's oxfords,
sold formerly at $3.50 and $4.00, ha
to go Saturday, Bargain Day,' for X-Sll
only 1 -
9
5
555
QD
We are the money savers.
These Prices Are On Cash Sales Only
P1 A fC1 TUT O With each and every PURCHASE ON SATURDAY, upon request of the
I ( ZY 0 I H I V customer, we will issue one of our cash coupon books, which entitles the
ill kJ Jill O holder to a pair of our $3.50 shoes for 50c
N. B. This is for Saturday only.
We now have a complete stock of Fall and Winter Footwear at prices we guarantee to save you
money. Come in and see. Courteous treatment Always glad to show our goods.
Band Concert All Sorts of Amusements
J. Will Mount & Son, 529 Main St., Richmond, Indiana.
& Co.

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