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TUESDAY, AUGUST 11, 1DOS.
s KM DO NOT MISS OUR GRAND OPENING THE RICHMOND -PALIAMUM A,M,bU-ii:LiiliKA3I. PS EyaD and Fl From 2 to 5 and 7 to 8:30 p. m. Music Furnished by RUNGE'S ORCHESTRA Program Afternoon March Kansas City Star Liberti Selection Mary's Lamb Richard Carle Hungarian Dance No. 1 Jas. Brahm March "Tri-State" H. Lincoln Selection "Red Mill" (Comic Opera) V. Herbert Awakening of Spring E. Bach Waltz "Jannette" Spanish Zitka March Medley, "I'm Going Back to Kentucky Walker Program Evening March Vesuvius H. Lincoln Selection "The Yankee Prince" comic opera Cohan Waltz Festehe Garstchi German Strauss Sleepy Sidney, Two-step A. W. Schen Selection The Gay Musician Julian Edwards March "Stars and Stripes Forever" Sousa Intermezzo Ivanhoe Hager Selection Faust Gounod d1 DHrayrDrirDfi)ti The exclusive agency in Richmond of the celebrated McDougal Kitchen Cabinet has been transferred to ALLEN & CO. We have installed the very latest patterns, which we will offer at remarkably low prices and terms during opening week. $1.00 per week will buy the best McDougal Cabinet. Do not fail to seo the disolav of cabinets in our east show window. : TO BE GIVEN ABSOLUTELY FREE ON OPENING DAY A Fine McDougal Kitchen Cabinet A number will be given free to every adult visiting our store on this day (Thursday). The drawing will take place at 9:30 p. m. and the party holding the lucky number will receive the cabinet, which will be delivered to their home. 925-927-929 Main Street Richmond EM 2L CO RICHMOND'S NEW HOME FURNISHING STORE 925-927-929 Main Street Richmond flMER G. WHELAN Wholesale and Retail Dealer In Grain, Hay, Mill Feed and Seeds S3 South 6th St. Home Phone 1679 Richmond Ind -fi.so ii.PAiRi: Men's good work or dress j shoes, the hest shoe on the I . market lor t he money. 619 Main St. Special Prices on Our Display Stand Every Day. Backed Up With Four per cent Cash Ceapons. PETER JOHNSON CO. MAIN ST. New Phones 1198 1199 BEEHIVE GROCERY COMPANY! - New Phones 1198 1199 If yon have not tried our NUTMEG MELONS do so. They are the sweetest and best in town 65c a Basket Pillsbury, Gold Medal and Entire Wheat flour. Fancy White Clover Hon ey, new goods. If you are going to can Huckleberries, we will have last shipment tomorrow; they will be fine, and price low. All kinds of canning material. SEE OUR SPRING LINE nf GO-CARTS HASSENBUSCH'S Moore & Ogborn Insurance, Bonds and Loans. Real Es tate and Rentals. Both phones. Bell 53R. Horn TS89, Room 16 I. O. O. F. Bldg. STRIKE CONDITIONS HAVE HOT IMPROVED Canadian Pacific Is Still Han dicapped by the Scar city of Men. Special High Grade Enamel Ware Sale GOVERNMENT KEEPS OUT. THERE WILL BE NO INTERFER ENCE IT IS FURTHER ASSURED DETECTIVES NOW WATCH MOVEMENTS OF STRIKERS. Nos. 7, 8 or 9 Tea Kettle 50c 10 quart Covered Kettles 39c 2 or 3 quart Coffee Pots 25c 6 quart pans . .....10c 6 quart sauce pans .....10c 10 quart preserving kettles .......37c 10 quart dish pans 25c 14 quart dish pans 35c 17 quart dish pans 37c ILIFFS STORE 6Ui and Main Dr. A. 0. Martin, Dentist SiS New Phone 1637 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 Winnipeg, Manitoba, Aug. 11. Cana dian Pacific workmen were engaged all day in building a second high fence around the shops of the company. General Manager Burry wired to head quarters in Montreal that he had va cancies for a thousand mechanics and wanted them sent here as soon as possible. Men employed in the Canadian Pa cific Railroad stores walked out this morning in sympathy with the machin ists. It is said that the men object to issuing stores to strikebreakers. and considerable friction has resulted, a number of employes being dismissed. The railway company has imported twenty-four Thiel and Pinkerton de tectives to watch the movements of the strikers in the West. William Whyte, second vice president of the company, left Vancouver for Winnipeg, after issuing a statement denying that the Canadian Pacific was Importing strikebreakers from the United States. He said that under no circumstances would the company connive at any vio lation of the alien labor law. If many of the thousands of skilled and unem ployed machinists in the United States voluntarily sought work In Canada, he added, that was their own affair'. The Labor Department at Ottawa reports that at present no government Interference in the Canadian Pacific Railway strike Is contemplated. It is pointed out that, under the provisions of the Lemieux act"there can be no sympathetic strike of other unions un til a grievance has first been stated and Inquiry has been made by a board of conciliation and investigation. This -would necessarily take some time. EIGHT MEN KILLED III MILL EXPLOSION Boiler Lets Go With Terrific Force Injuring Many Others. BODIES BLOWN TO PIECES. IDENTIFICATION OF THOSE MEN WHO LOST LIVES AT YORK, PA., LATE YESTERDAY ALM06T IM-POSSIBLE. NO BRILLIANCY Daughter of the President of France Marries Secretary. York, Pa., Aug. 11. Eight men were killed, nearly a score more or less in jured and thousands of dollars worth of property damaged by the explosion of a boiler in the York Rolling Mill late last evening. The boiler, which was located in the center of the mill, exploded without a moment's notice, thousands of persons being attracted to the scene of the shock. A rescue party was quickly organiz ed and search for bodies was institut ed. Ambulances from the York hospital were hurried to the scene, but owing to the number of dead and Injured delivery wagons and other conveyan ces were pressed into service. The heads and limbs of a majority of the killed were torn from their bodies, and they were so badly mangl ed that identification vas almost im possible. The mill had been closed about a week and two score of men were en gaged in making repairs to an engine. When the explocion occurred not one of them was able to make his escape. The shock was terrific. The injured, many of whom were so black with smoke that they could not be recognized, are all expected to recover. Paris, Aug. 11. As a sequence to the separation of church and state in Prance, and incidentally because of the mourning of the bridegroom, the marriage yesterday of Madeleine Anne Marc Fallieres, daughter of the presi dent of the French republic, to John Jean Joseph Edward Lanes, the pres ident's private secretary, was not at tended with the special brilliancey which one might expect would embel lish nuptials of the daughter of the president of France. Nevertheless, the function was a notable social event, for all France, irrespective of arnk or situation in life, showea a warm, gen uine Interest, evidencing the sincere affection with which President Fal lieres Is held by the people of France. I INSURANCE, REAL ESTATE LOANS, RENTS W. H. Bradbury & Son J Rooms 1 and 3, Westeott Blk J PALLADIUM WANT ADS PAY. SWEET AS HONEY Little Gem" Cantaloupes Fresh Every Day Phone 2292 Hadlcy Bros. Letitia : Gold Medal Flour makes the whitest bread. &TLTIA. Niagara Falls Excursion "Pennsylvania"- Very Low Fare Tuesday, Aug. 18 Get details irom Agt.C W.Elmer You Only Pay For Coal High grade, honest coal that doesn't clinker, but makes a bright and glowing fire when you want one. If you haven't filled your bin for next winter's use let us fill it for you at summer's prices as coal will go up soon. H. C. BULLERDICK & SON 529 South 5th Street Phone 1235 PALLADIUM WANT ADS. PAY No one Is immune from kidney trou ble, so just, remember that Foley's Kidney Remedy will stop the Irregu larities and cure any case of kidney or bladder trouble that is not beyond the reach of medicine. A. G. Luken & Co. Then Is no mdlche so can and at Dm tamo Mae so pleasant to tako aa Dr. CaldwaU'S Syrup Pepsin, too positive cure for all dieoaaoo arising from atomaco trouble. Tbo pstooia VO7 ra Foley's Kidney Remedy will cure any case of kidney or bladder trouble that Is not beyond the reach of medi cine. No medicine can do more. A. O. Luken & Co. TO ATTEND FUNERAL Mrs. Joseph B. Craighead with Mr. and Mrs. Milton Craighead, left this morning for Chicago to attend the funeral of Mrs. James Soper who died suddenly Sunday night at York Har bor. The burial will bo at Riverside cemetery. Riverside, Illinois. Mrs. Soper was & relative of Mrs, Joseph Craighead. Jessica: mother sa; Giera'a onlr-'-ea ""beitf 3C THE HEA PUSH RICHMOND'S w USD 3 -3 JOHN M. SHAW, SapL Chautauqua. August 21-30 Wanted 5,000 campers. Select space quick Many good ones left Only a few $1.50 tickets left in the bands of subscribers. Have yours delivered . PHONE 2000