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n i.- ) I'lujfmih wd ihm tmmira ahaiail In In ws are making? a loan Ffisciiat&ar&mBof tWa10days. sate of all nek. R3rjnd Digger values noCtrwrfiht week. If you mice In tton prices aro reduced. Iluaarsaa of. iletyou will do yourself an in other great bargains hseldes quoted In this advsrtissmsnt. f Cc22very Day Tfcb Vce!i Src to Ssz Ifcta 2H If you were one of the hundreds who were here Saturday you know what a genuine Hoosier Store Rush is like from 0 a. m. until 10:30 p. m., our entire store (3 fioers) was crowded almost to the limit at every hour of the-day and night. It's a mute testimony of. the great popularity of this store and its Special Sales. With us the word SALE means a genuine cutting of prices. . . TEST HJS ON THESE FEW UTTEIVIIS TMIIS WEEK , rhWa 1THKJ - I lustre. ...Fof TMs Week.. 2,500 Yards Sheer White Goods On Sale at Mmmosti Mallfi PFiice Our buyer was exceedingly fortunate in secur ing this immense lot of fine White Goods at about half the actual value; they go right out at the same discount. You Arc the Gainer The lot includes all the finest of dimities, etc., in mercerized dots and figures, all sorts of stripes, checks, plaids, etc. 35c and 50c White Goods at - 19c 25c and 30c White Goods at ----------,15c 20c White Goods at 121c COME SOON. This lot can not lest long at these prices. Sillis and Dress Goods Rough Pongee Silks, 27 in. wide, 50 and 75c grades, Sale price .......;...........35prt 19 in. Checked Silks, 39 and 50c kinds, Sale price 25C 18 pieces of $1.00 and $1.25 Black and Novelty alt " wool dress goods up to 56 in. wide ;r sale price per yard 59 Bis lot fancy dress goods worth 75c to $1, yard 39c 19c Double Fold Cotton Suitings in light or dark ef fects, yard .................... ii. 8)sC 10 to 1214c fine Lawns go at per yard Cq 15c fine Lawn j go at, yard ...................... "Jq 20 to 25c fine Lawns go at per yard. ........... .QJ,q 29 to 50c fine Lawns go at per yard..... 12&C 12 c Cotton Challies, 30 in 6HfJ 12c and 15c Silkollnes, Sale price Qq j 1 lot extra wide Percales, 12 cent kind ....... 7c India Linen, Sale price ........................ .q Domestics -v 7c Crash Toweling 10c all linen Crash Toweling 12 c all linen Crash Toweling . ....Qq Apron Ginghams, 8c quality -5c Best Calico, all colors , "'5c Bleached ' Table Damask ... .................... . J q 25c Red Table Damask, per yard....... 9c 9c yard wide Unbleached Muslin ............... glQ White striped yard wide Curtain Swiss, 10c qual ity, per yard 1 "5c 7c and Sc Laces, 1 lot. to close ....... .q 12c, 15c and 18c Embroidery 8HC ' Ladies' $1.50 and $2.00 Umbrellas 7 ggc Hosiery and Underwear Remember, we name but a few of the Many Bargains. Ladies' Vests, taped neck and sleeves, 10c value, Sale price q Men's Shirts and Drawers, blue or grey, 25c kind, . sale price, each ............ f fjr Men's Underwear, best 50c fancy Shirts and Draw- ers, each 25C Men's. $1.00 Unioir Suits 27C Ladies' 25c White Lace Hose, 2 for 25c Ladies" 25c Burson Hose, black, 2 pairs for ....... 25c Men's best 15c plain and fancy Hose 8&C Men's 50c and 75c Dress Shirts .................. JJQq Men's 50c Work Shirts . . .390 One lot Ladies' Gingham Aprons . . . .Oq ALL LADIES' LONG GLOVE8 AT HALF PRICE. Ladies' $1.00, $1.50 and $2.00 Wash Skirts ..... g9Q Ladies' 35 and 50c Dressing Jackets J Qp Ladles' $2.00 Wool Dress Skirts '$1.25 Ladies' 50 and 75c Shirtwaists....... 25C Ladies' $1.00 Shirtwaists .......................QQc Child's 19c Muslin Drawers . . Qq One lot Ladies Corset Covers .1 Qq One lot Ladies' 75c Gowns ...... ......... 2Qq One lot Ladies' 69c Petticoats -39c One lot Ladies' $1.25 Black Petticoats 89c ' Visit the Carpet Dept. 50c heavy Ingrain Carpet Mill Ends of 65c Linoleums .. 90c Lace Curtains, per pair . . $1.00 Lace Curtains, per pair $1.50 Lace Curtains, per pair $13.50 Room Size Tapestry Rug ...... $20.00 Tapestry Brussels Rug 9x12 feet $25.00 Axminster Rugs, 9x12 feet . . . .....29c 38c 65c .....72c ...95c $9.98 S 13.98 $19.48 Remarkable Clclfcino Values Men's $2.00 Stripe Cassimere Pants S1.50 Men's $2.5 Fancy Cassimere Pants .. . CQ Men's kI $1.25 Stripe Pants ..Cj Men's $6.00 Suits at $4.50 Men's $8.00 Dress Suits at $5!4Q Men's $10.00 Worsted Suits at... $0!48 Men's $12.00 Worsted Suits at $9!S3 Men's 50c Blue Stripe Overalls per pair 25c Children's Suits, one lot. ages 3 to 7 years, worth from $2.50 to $4.00. to close SCO Boys' Knee Pants Suits, worth $3.50 at... SI. S3 Men's $2.00 Soft Hats, all styles ...QC Men's $3.00 Felt Hats, all styles $1.48 Men's $1.00 to $1.50 Straw Hats .............. gQg The Greatest of Ail Shoe Sale Men's $2.00 Tan Oxfords at .................. $1.38 Men's $2.50 two-strap and buckle Oxfords, blacky j JQ Men's $4.00 Patent Leather Oxfords . ......... $2.50 Boys' $3.00 and $3.50 Patent Leather Oxfords... JQQ Men's $2.00 vici kid Shoes '$1.39 Ladies Patent Leather Pomps, worth . $2.00, sale prIce $1.19 Ladies' $1.50 Patent Leather Oxfords ........ .....c Ladies' $2.00 Tan Oxfords ................. .-$1.25 Ladies $2.50 Tan Oxfords $1.48 Ladies Kid Shoes at Look over the SHOE BARGAIN TABLE Over 300 pairs off all kinds off Shoes at ffar below the regular price. l mr .... . - - - . s . ".".J ' ... 1 . ..... . I I AUGUST IS MOHTH FOR SWIITS DAY Distinguished as Month in Which Feast Day of St. Rose Is Obseryed. FEAST OF ST. LAWRENCE MARTYR WHO JESTED WHILE ROASTING AND WANTED TO BE BRQILED EQUALLY ON ALL SIDES. Earns $10,000 in a Minute By - Big Deal in Loop Real Estate The following are the saints' days for the first week in August: Sunday, August 1, St. Peter's chains; 2, St. Al phonsus Ligourl; 3, finding of St, Ste phen's relics; 4, St. Dominic; 5, Our Lady of the Snows; 6, Transfiguration of Our Lord; 7, St. Cajetan. August Is distinguished as holding .the feast day of St. Rose of Lima, eel- ebrated on the 30th of the month, the first canonized saint of the new world. She was born at Lima, Peru, in South America, in 1586. She was christened Isabel, but while still an infant became known by the beautiful title of Rose, a name which she ever afterward bore. Her parents were very poor and she was1 obliged to obtain employment at an early age to assist in the support of the family. Later she enrolled herself tn the Third Order of St. Dominic, tak ing St Catherine of Siena as her mod el.? The penances which she inflicted upon herself, and which were offered to God for the conversion of the -sinners of the wo.M ire,rery severe. The ,feast of St. Lawrence, who Is claimed as a native of t'ae province of Aragon, a great favorite of the Span iards. Is celebrated on the 10th of thte month. He suffered martyrdom at Rome, A. D. 257, " being laid upon a - gridiron, when he vs roasted over a low fire. It is sst-1 that he was among the earliest humorists, that he Jested dtrr-Tng his roasting, saying to his tor mentors to turn bira o.-er, that he was done enough on om side. The extreme veneration paid to h.s memory in Spain led to tne building of the escur lal by Philip II in commemoration of the fact that he gained the battle of Su Quintin on Auast 10, 1557. This palace which took twenty-four years to build, cost S,000,000, had its ground plan In the form of a gridiron to mark the special manner of that great mar . tyrdom. In front of the palace stood ,a silver statue of the saint with a gold gridiron in Ida hand, but this mass of cattly metals wel carted off by the soldiers ot Mtrttiai L The onlr pre-" clous relic now pVrved in the palace Is a bar of the'orial gridiron which Pop Gregory is said to have found tn um martyr's tomb tn TivolL Chicago, Aug. 2. Daniel W. Volz earned $10,000 a minute on Friday and had John D. Rockefeller looking like a lO year old school boy trading mar bles. John D. earns 5 per cent interest on half a billion dollars, or $47 a minute and) $68,493 a day. Mr. Vols at the rate of $10,000 per minute, would earn $4, 800,000 a day and is willing to sign a life contract for the job. Early in June he began bidding on a piece of property at 347-349 State street. Yesterday the deal was closed by option for $150,000. Edward B. Butler of t he firm of Butler Bros, was bidding for the same property, and less than a minute after Mr. Volz had ac cepted the deed he was approached by Mr. Butler who offered him $160,000 for the property whiclj was instantly accepted. "I have engaged in many business ventures, but I believe that it is real estate for me," said Mr. Volz. "Thomas W. Lawson will probably hold me up to ridicule of the world of finance and warn his friends to pass me up, but I am willing to take a lease for life on the job at the rate of $10,000 a minute. "Those deeds were filed at almost the same "moment yesterday, and when I get to figuring on my salary at that rate it makes me dizzy. King Midas and his golden touch would look like a soap box legerdemain artist at a street fair alongside of my job. . ' "Let's not talk about it any longer. I can see a young river of greenbacks coming my way with nowhere to put it. If I think about that deal any more I will shut my eyes and think I am drowning in a sea of bank notes, with not a sail in sight." IRE MOtlKEYHIE When Buzz Saw Grabbed Them and Asked Explana tion of Their Presence. SUFFRAGE NOTES. Oklahoma women are working to se en re the submission of a suffrage amendment by initiative petition. A bill to make women eligible as school directors has been defeated in the Misseuri senate by a vote of 15 to 9. Six towae and cities of Colorado have elected women as treasurers In the last few weeks. Two women have been elected as town clerks. The Progressive Woman Suffrage anion of Brooklyn offers a prize of $100 for the best design for a suffrage banner. The competition will close on June 15. Among the constant , attendants at the international congress of woman suffragists tn London were the Duchess of Marlborough and her mother, Mrs. O. H. P.f Belmont of New York. A bill has been introduced in th Austrian parliament to abolish the old blue law jOich forbids women to at tend political meetings; alst a bin to grant them the parliamentary vote. DID YOU JET WEI? Rained Every Day But One Last Week According To Report. THE SUN WAS BUSY ALSO - Pathos and Humor. , Ths study of tbe art of patting things is to be recommended to every one who meditates a plunge int print. Even the writing of a death notice In volves a certain amount of genius if the author wishes. to keep clear and well defined the fragile line which Ilea between the serious and the fanny. That this ts true is shown by certain quotations from a "Leipzig paper given In Bishop John F. Hurst's "Life and Literature In the Fatherland. Here are a few sentences extracted from these obituary notices: ; , "Today death tore away from as for the third time oar only chCd." . . , Last night at 620 the Lord took to himself daring a - visit to the grand parents our little daughter Antotne of teething." The last speaks better than It knew. "Here died Marie WlegeL. who was mother an . ssauiitri of cbUdna twow" - ' ' ' For three days last week the official thermometer at the water works pumping station east of the city regis tered 89 degrees according to the re port made by Walter Vossler. It was the hottest week of the summer but the intensity of the great heat was relieved somewhat by frequent rains. Rain fell on every day but the 25th while on the 30th Pluvius opened up for .66 of an inch of precipitation. The temperature for the week was as follows: High Low Stmday "..SO 48 Monday ...73 59 Tuesday 76 63 Wednesday ..89 . - 61 Thursday 89 70 Friday ...89 66 Saturday -....77 68 Not Inherited. Nothing would induce good old Dr. Do re to believe that gout was heredi tary. A very young man once consult ed him in his first attack. "You call this goat, Willie r said the doctsr. jPoob, iooh! : Ton ; have ' not yet earned that costly privilege." "But my father, sir, and my grand fatherr said Willie. "It Is la my blood by right of inheritance." Noasenser frowned the doctor. "Ton may as well tell one yon have a broken leg In your veins by inberit- 'XmtMm BOYS WERE OUT LATE "Just monfeeying," is what Frank Townsend, Charles Loftus and Allie Earls told Patrolman McManus when they were arrested on Main street at about 12:30 o'clock Sunday morning. However McManus thought the "mon keying" business looked too suspicious and tbe trio was taken to headquarters that they might' better explain their conduct and late hours to the chief. Their explanation was apparently sat isfactory for they were released on their promise to go to bed early in the future. Townsend was arrested about two weeks ago on a larceny charge but was released. Chief of Police Staubach stated that any fur ther violation of Townsend's parole would result in his being sent to th reform school. Bkcst: Gold MedaJ FioOr lor me. Lnm MUST CHA1IGE PLAN Herrmann's Defeat Altered Elks' Arrangements for Dedicatory Ceremonies. THE DATE IS INDEFINITE Arrangements for. the dedication of the Elks new home. North Eighth street, which was formerly the resi dence .6f Mrs. J. M. Gaar, have not been completed. The defeat of Garry Herrmann of Cincinnati for the office of Grand Exalted Ruler at the recent convention at Los Angeles disarranged the plans of the local lodge as they ex pected to get him to deliver the ad dress. It is probable that Judge Sam nis of Iowa, who was elected Instead, will be invited to make the address. It will be several weeks before the ded ication is held, the lodge desiring to hold it about September 1. CITY ELECTIOII AT I HAS IIIFLUEIICE (Continued From Page One.) IIDIAI1AP0LIS The apple . wbk-h gave Newton tbe hint about gravitation stood in the garden of Mrs. Condultt, at Wools thorpe. y CATCHING Till! n IHL CHAS. THE JEWELED f. n. and. fitting the Eyes !th Kryp tok Lenses are very different matters. But if this ad CATCH ES YOUR EYE and causes you fa to call on us for a pair of these them for you in a perfectly sat isfactory , manner. Samples en hand i at all times for your in spection.' 810 MAIN ST. and it Is charged that Clark Is the candidate of Moore and this company. Has Labor to Fight. Charles A. Gauss, the other demo cratic candidate, was a member of the last house of representatives. He favored the repeal or tne local option law and voted for the Sunday base ball bill. He is a liberal. But he In curred the wrath of organized labor by voting against several bills which it favored in the legislature. This feeling against Gauss resulted In the Central Labor Union adopting a reso lution a few days ago - denouncing Gauss for his antagonism of organized labor. Just how much damage this will do him is hard to tell. A. S. League on Job. Tbe Anti-Saloon league is making an Investigation of all of the candi dates for councilman on both sides tn order to find out whether they repre sent any brewery or Manor Interests. The league says It does not propose to recommend any candidates for elec tion, but that it will probably Issue a statement advising against the elec tion of those who have any leanings or connections with the liquor traffic Ttfcrt tSrt trtj natrrricrcrip mm UULL- II S. SL There is a suspicion that tf the next council is composed of men on whom the league can rely It win ask that body to pass an ordinance limiting the saloons to the down town business district and driving them oat of the residence districts. It is believed also that the league will seek to nave the council pass other ordinances farther restricting the saloon business. There is no Intention to call a local option election In Marlon county for a kmc time to come, bat the league Is work ing In other directions to better the saloon conditions in this city. Are You For Money? Do yon need a little assistance temporarily? The proposition Is easy. Call at oar office . and state your wants to as confiden tially. We can help you oat without any embarrassment or publicity. Our system is sim ple and easy easy to get and easy to pay-, : r.lcncy Loaned On wagons, pianos.' household goods, horses, or any personal property cf value ' without re moving them from your posses sion. Loans made anywhere within 40 miles of Richmond. $1.20 la the weekly payment on a $50 loan for SO weeks. Oth er amounts in proportion. If yon need money, can or -write at once. ' VZVOZZD 1CXI CO. a, Colonial CM. Automatic ; ftlCHUOMSV INOu 1543. "VJcuZzd CCD Factory" ' The Maxwell-Brtscos Meter, Co., ie just completing an ad dition to Its New Castle, I ml plant that will add 150C9 ee feet of fleer epaee to Ha man ufacturing department. The company requires the servic es of aoo men to work In this ' new addition. There are excellent open ings for good mechanics: .Toelmakera, Die Sinker, Sheet Metal Workers, Clack smiths, Painters, Penchmsn and Machine Operators. This plant also presents an excel lent opportunity for men with some factory experience to come In ae machine operators and Handy men and eventual ly learn the Automobile -..trade, v.. Permanent employment la assured and rapid advanco- to those who make .New Castle good attractions, Company maintains a band of thirty pieces, a base bail team, minstrel troupe, a pub lie park with dancing psvillee) and ether ainueementa, a gymnasium and a club for the benefit of Ks ployee, and is presently sideling ths erection of a trade school in which to tram mechanics. ' ; Men entering the this Company or ery chance to adva eventually earn the highest wages paid In ths State for this dans of work. New Castle la a dstl&htJul little home etty and presents desirable facilities for man with families to bay sr buCM their - If will The . Hi awe ft- tie, lad.