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-ran xrxrauxOAX JTAfcEADimi AT SUX-TELEGJXAJI, SUNDAY, OCTOBER 3, 1909.
The Railroad Store Joins Heartily in the Festal Spirit! oil Carnival Week, and Announces a Great Carnival Sale oil Newfpall Merchandise First of all, we extend a hearty welcome to all visitors to Richmond during Carnival Week and cordially invite them to make this store headquarters to freely use all its conveniences and enjoy the inspection of the magnificent Fall and Winter stocks which we have assembled. For weeks we have been buying and planning with this occasion in view concentrating all our efforts to the end that we might pre sent values in all Departments which would give striking evidence of the superior economies of this store. Our success has ever exceed ed our most sanguine hopes, and we have here for you a host of remarkable bargains in the choicest, freshest, most dependable and de sirable merchandise. All Departments Contribute to the Splendid Bargain Offerings of This Great Carnival Sale and the opportunity is yours to fill all seasonable needs in appareling, dry goods and home furnishings of all kinds at the most pionounced and unhoped far price savings. Welcome! Welcome all! Whether you come to SEE or BUY, we promise you the most hospitable welcome. s When you look at Clothes you are influ enced to buy what you see, but the part you can't see is where the real value is DEPEND ON IT! Our Correct. Clothes, ready-to-wear, are right, the part you can't see is right the hidden workmanship, the interior trimmings. Come in and inspect our special creations for Fall and Winter wear. Better values do not exist at i $5, $10, $15, $20 v J Young Men's Clothes, full of their smart, new fancies, $5 to 15 L WEEK SPECIALS.. Children's $3.50 Wool Coats in plain red and blue, beautifully trimmed, Sale price .$2.48 Ladies' $4.00 Skirts, very prettily trimmed, Sale price $2.98 Ladies' $5.00 Skirts $3.48 $20.00 9x12 Tapestry Brussels Rugs, new Fall designs $15.93 $25.00 9x12 Axminster Rugs.. $19.95 $1.50 Smyrna Rugs 89c 39c Dress Goods in all the shades and fabrics, per yard 25c 75c all wool dress goods, all this sea son's styles 50c $1.25 Black Taffeta Silk, yd. wide and every yard guaranteed, yd... 95c 7c Unbleached Muslin, full yd. wide, per yard 5c 12'2C Fine Bleached Cambric, yard 8c 9-4 Unbleached Sheeting, yard 20c 6'c Outing Flannels, Plain and Fancy colors, yard 4c 10c Cheviot Shirting, yard 7c 18c Pillow Cases 12'c 12'c Turkish Towels 7c Ladies' $2.00 and $2.50 Muslin Gowns daintily trimmed, now $1.39 25c Brass Wash Board, Fall Open ing Sale Price 15c 20c Large Granite Wash Basin, Fall Opening Sale Price 10c 35c Coal Hods, Fall Opening Sale Price 21c 1Cc School Tablets, Fall Opening Sale Price 5c 10c Scrub Brushes, Fall Opening Sjle Price 5c Lenox Soap, Fall Opening Sale Price, 8 bars for 25c GflL STKE Advance Styles in Tailored Suits and Coats at Remarkable Prices Absolutely the newest features for this season. If you are interested in high grade and well tailored Suits and Coats we must emphasize the importance of your inspecting our stock of Ladies' Suits and Coats that are absolutely worth $12.50 to $15.00. Our Price $i0 Ladies' $15 to $16.50 Suits and Coats $12.50 Ladies' $18 to $20 Suits and Coats $15.00 IT CURES ASTHMA WITH HYPNOTISM Hahnemann Hospital Is Using This Course in Nerv ous Diseases. I PATIENTS MUST CONSENT PHYSICIAN STATES 'THAT RE PORTS OF CRIMES' OF SOME PEOPLE ARE COMMITTED BY HYPNOTISM IS IDIOTIC. Philadelphia Oct 2. That hypnotism has been U8ed successfully in this city for several years in the treatment of many cases of nervou9 disorders though never without the knowledge and consent both of the patient and of the members of th efamily becamo known after the publication in tho Journal of Psychology of a report pre sented by Dr. Charles D. Fox of 2V2 Pine street. The particular case, with which Dr. Fox's report dealt was that of a lawyer of this city, designated on ly as Mr. X.. who, Dr. Fox said, had been cured of asthma by hypnotism; I? I . f. i, il !; 'it & Y X $ ITEM WELCOMED BY MANY MEN This recipe can be filled at home, so that no one need know of another's troubles, as the In gredients can be obtained sepa rately at any well stocked druif store. They are in regular use and many different prescrip tions are constantly being filled with them. This will prove a welcome bit of information for all those who are overworked, gloomy, despondent, nervous and have trembling limbs, heart palpita tion, diMiness, cold extremi ties, insomnia, fear without cause, timidity in venturing, antl general mammy to act uat urally and rationally as others do. because the treatment can be prepared secretly at homo and taken without , any one's knowledge. Overworked office men and the many victims of society's late hours and dissipation will. it is said, find the restorative thev are In need of. J If the reader decides to try It. get three ounces of ordinary syrup, sarsaparilla compound ! 4 ' and one ounce compound fluid 4 fit it a but Dr. Fox admits tha the science of mental suggestion is used frequently and effectively in many cases that come to the nervous department of the Hahnemann hospital, with which he is connected. "It should be understood," said Dr. Fox, "that hypnotism is used only in selected cases, where there appears to be no pathological condition account for the illness, and which, therefore, offers no opportunity for the employ ment of ordinary methods of treat ment. It has proved especially valu able in treating various forms of hys teria and neurasthenia, and in curbing and curing alcoholism and morphin ism." Consent a Requisite. Questioned as to the extent to which hypnotic influence should dominate another's will. Dr. Fox emphatically laid down the proposition that it is im possible to put a person in the hypnot ic state without that person's consent. He intimated that in hiB opinion any plea that a crime had been committed under hypnotic suggestion was absurd, unless the person hypnotized had de liberately submitted his will at the outset to the control of another: but in his account of his treatment of his pa tient, Mr. X, he gave remarkable in stances of the extent to which sugges tions made while the patient was in a hypnotic state had been carried out after the patient had returned to his normal condition. On one occasion it was suggested to X while under the hypnotic influence that exactly 870 minutes later Le should look1 at his watch and write down the time as if for reference. Just 873 minutes after the suggestion was made X. who at that time was in n perfectly normal condition, yielded to a sudden uncontrollable impulse, took out his watch and recorded the time. The difference of three minutes. Dr. Fox thought, might have been due o a difference in the time of the differ ent watches. On another occasion X having been told while in the hypnotic state that he would be alone in the room, absolutely failed to recognize the presence of another physician. Dr. Kulp, though Dr. Kulp, after he had been restored to his normal condition, spoke to him repeatedly and even took him by the hand. JOHNSON IS HAPPY Black Champion Can Give Sparring Exhibitions Without License. ARMSTRONG IS SECURED (American News ServtieV San Francisco, Oct. 2'. JttekJohn son is happy. He announced today hi had received permission from the su pervisors to give sparring exhibitions, collect admission while training for Ketchel, and he was further assured that he would not be mulcted in the sum of $$1.'2X) for license fees. The news put Johnson in good spir its and he went about his work with a vim. In the afternoon he , sparred with Dave Mills before a large crowd. Johnson gave it out that beginning Monday he will use Bob Armstrong as one of his sparring partners in his daily exhibitions. In addition to the usual road and gymnasium work, Ketchel sparred ten rounds yesterday afternoon at Millets. He went three rounds with Kid Lafay ette and O'Connor in turn four rounds with Gunboat Smith. In the second round Smith received a clip on the chin which knocked him reeling and it was a minute or two before sparring could be resumed. TRY A PALLADIUM WANT AO IS DYING OP LOVE balmwort; mix and let stand two hours; then get one ounce compound essence cardiol and 4 one ounce tincture cadomene compound (not -cardamom.) mix 4 all together. shake well and 4- take a teaspoonful after each meal and one when retiring. A certain well-known medi- cnl expert asserts that thous- j ands of men and many women 4 are sufferers all because of dormant circulation of the blood and a consequential Impair- f. ment of the nervous force, 4 which begets the most dreadful A ' symptoms and untold misery. (American News Service1) Chicago, Oct. 2. Shattered In health as a result of a hysterical and nervous breakdown following the tragic death of her fiance, young Baron Rothschild, who killed himself in Vienna, Miss Ol ga Menn was reported today to be In a critical condition at the home of her father. Dr. Rudolph Menn. "It is pos sible she may never recover," Dr. Minn said. "She has been sinking rapidly and now there seems to be little hope left." Money Comes In Bunches to A. A. Chisholm, of Treadwell, X. Y., now. His reason i& well worh read ing: "For a long time I suffefirta from indigestion, torpid liver, constipation, nervousness, and general debility," he writes. "I couldn't sleep, had no ap petite, nor ambition, grew weaker ev ery day in spite of all medical treat ment Then used Electric Bitters. Twelve bottles restored all my old time health and vigor. Now I can at tend to business every day. It's a wonderful medicine." Infallible for Stomach, Liver, Kidneys, Blood and Nerves. 50c p.t A. G Luken & Co. n Winnipeg, Manatoba, is erecting twenty warehouses, factories and ad ditions, eleven schools and education al institutitions, twenty business and office structures aui twenty-two apart ment houses, several of the latter cost ing about $200,000. Since the first of the year about 1.700 fine residences i have also been erected or are building in the city. 1 The Bed-Rock Of Success lies in a keen, clear brain, backed by indomitable will and resistless energy. Such power comes from the splendid health that Dr. King's New Life Pills impart. They vitalize every organ and build up brain, and body. J. A. Harmon, Lizemore, W Va.. writes: "They are the best pills I ever used." 25c at A. G. Lnkea. & Co. IJRVIN REED & SON INVITE YOU ALL TO VISIT THEIR STORE DURING THE FALL FESTIVAL. WE HAVE A FULL LINE OF HARD WARE AND FARMING IM-PLEMENTS