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About Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 3, 1906)
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.liiii" IjMAIIA .' DAILY ''.ijEK: . WEti&ESDAY,. OtiTOBKit. 3,1 isoo..
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t Meet your friends here, make use of the resting rooms, with easy chairs, free telephone nnd writing materials, all for your
Convenience. .,... -N. .
As ,Uuntt..ai'fi. reduced .rates, on. all. railroads. during this" great fair week we hope to meet many of ourout-eftown customers,
become -b'jiuainted' and'fhqwthein' this. great Store wheife we fill 'your mail orders with "the greatest of catay,.v ,
v. Remember to make our store your headquarters nd meeting place, and feel free to ask all the questions yotl lik?. Yuuf
jlmp's will be checked free of charge in the baggage room.
Belts -Just Arrived
fcButh a showing of really handsome Wrt
4iM never before been eauftfct' V
'Jj Pretty Roman stripe belia Wc.each, .
i, Plaid bMts, made of good quality of ellk.
all slses. at 2Jc each. -
Plain black Bilk belts, jiwili - of-, good
,(iiallly of ilk. at 80c Sna'fJ.W 'ch'.
f-: Black and white silk belts., with beaded
Ruckle bnek and front, at Tl.W each-. ' '
IMald belts at 11.80 and 2.0fr eAoh.
White leather belts at We each.
iiA nem iine of buckles, cut atari,. a. com
bination f t'nJnd-IU. av Wceach. I
i llllt AilMtf-t Si 'j5c '.foh.;C . , 4
Special Things in Our Beautiful
X Cloak Department for
, . Wjedesday'B Sales.
i Tha "ier(iH wtyfrh w ahow In oltr
iok depa Arrfenr-at'ei all practical and ex
4,'lulve styles, suitable for well dreaaed
froinon. ut our low cash prlcea.
' We ahow three atylea of now winter
t-oata. t 4toti. tnrtg--bJWKitttHy ninQ. txi
1 medium weight keraey, In plain black,
jblsln navy and cantor color theaa are the
' -boat cifll AUi&,r itmoo. v";
Jf-fR MVKWAR f FECIAL 8 ALU
ietrkliafcainiirlXiW)rahU fura. "-
Hundreds and hundreda of the lateat
jrwaggrr coata for alrcet, evening and
vNfw auita all our own chutra eclun!ve
Silk pettlcoata apeolal quality,, cut full
and wide price 18.00 each. ' ;
X Nearly every atyla of pretty walat.-'ia
bore neta, laced, plaids, white gooda and
place for fine cloaka at low prions.
"1 Second floor. , '"t ';
S Fancy Hosiery.
Dainty and pretty Indeed la the hoalery
hla season, and Its fineness of texture can
rnrjo waf bwi.;uf tftenkrts-known to
man. were brpubji. to bearo make aplea-
tof,ijjiju"V;;.. . -,;,;,'-' '; -
.$J-ery.btMf1flpa(t,.was a.(clfise, aecond to
tJve,:Pfi wAiiiBrt ivtptr ' WjV hjy ,
WmhiX wast .bad ; a-n 'jBport.unlty to
see the' commercial side. of,c a, rUif sp, jt;-
assigned It with the aama seal displayed
by the merthvMs"fh Vplng tne floats.
Biljy.the Bear was here wHH We'lAdlarii
frtfta CJdrt,HoM' sWlprert' W-thV waist
aHdwe1sl'wln, war palnf Prof.- Dun
mica wlW hli,'ttute1i,',ba'hll k'eyed"np' ta
thihlgeatvran ?nothVth"e','eowboy-, band
frortf IteHrtteel'Yheae," with the othar'ai kept
mMlfrfkp" Wihfanly.'''T'n"e 'csf dV," leri
cream. adctfWffig Sards'' and what 'httls
srnatl boy apd hla eldera as they played
aaai tcbgrab. j ;Qe)!i nJ "fhe 'rn-Ha,mmnr
high? .actioNl: boy .Vamped and made fun
.:. . . 'titor: i T ,.-.t .
Th crowd which looked at .tluv parade
andl jvtOod-4n-,5b svri. ahd tni.the shade un
cow;jl14lnjs xil,wenJed 4ta way. slowly
OVf it a WV ' was .aoutlefs the largest
W eVct,ntltnred.;vd'iUg!U parade, lu
Omaha.". uuawuipajtttvg.4 J'ne ot march
were .toveiikJ (lt); lpc(ple4-wlr(lows were
flUij Vata.ware,N,pc.j,ed; ,ong. before, the
paVa4tarVedlihe Uf t , jiouseV square, Wa
a "solid, mwast oimanUy te atresia were
crowded ;VW Vt- ua. "Sh-peopl had
PjLtroai'avwjjars .., .',;.
Thr'.huwan . Una, iegan .to. iorm. directly
after thyn Junir.and'Wlien? th caravan
lfft the fclg tent at Twenty-flfth and Far-namVfeVTat'-:heDeopU
and'WSh"-rtw-pnilfnc- of ' Chief
Ponahua at tha head of a platoon of poltco
Was tha signal for an outburst of cheers,
which stopped only when the last . float,
namely, th patrol wagon,, had' left the
streeta. Th .Board Of Governors in carr
rwgea cam In for applauK at.eTtjy. turn
- at th road and between roaAind '4)10
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Our efttife stockWtebrseriiihs: thousands
of dollars worth of rurnnure, Carpels,
R.ugsf Lace Curtains and Draperies,
must be closed out by November 1st., at
Wihich timet we wil( occupy our new store.
Every, article offered- at a bis discount
ranging from 10 to 5 0 per cent below reg-
Is?! Steart&Ssaf oft
tbiOmaha's Mbst Popular and Modern
Dry Goods Store.
: ; Y .: A Great. Special Selling' of Embroideries ,
In Basement. .
Tb.6 prices bear little relation to their actual retail value. .
One- fins kt-ol three and four-inch cambric and nainsook embroid- -1
verv. atrttable 'folv underwear a great
. . v WEDSESDAV. 5c A YABI). ;
Another item worthy ot special mention Is a lot of fine torchon
lare, one and one-half to two and one-half inches in width-, fine value
. - V1 WEDNESDAY, ftc A YARD. ,
'' , ' r" " : Redfern Corsets. r . - '
The profosKlonal services feiven by the expert corsettere now In at
tendance in our orKet department ,wlll be appreciated by -all ladles
whose clin is to fie properly corBeled. "
No matter what style of dress one wishes to affect, there is a Red
tern model rtesignod especially tor each fashion. In fact, the name
Redfern suggests high art in dress and no less degree In corsets. Re
gardlefra of the many models, eacS Is designed for a certain type of
form, with the most specific intentions, we may say. And because of
these precise details it is most Important for each wearer to have her
model selected correctly. Come Wednesday and be fitted.
Second Boor. ' i - -. ' V ' -'' .v'
Tlihtly bevilhened to the ,ftobweli, whlk'
ih. wu-nnaalna eauty and vretr.:!f dec-
Jorstlon beggars any description whatever.
Ewhroldery constitutes the wasia or.ii
Tiny floweri In tapestry embroidery nun
odd little figures are very popular. Prices.
BPc. Sc. $1.00, $l t3. .M and $1.75 per p-lr..
Thcsr are' all. new patterns, Jut received.
Ak to- see them. Main floor. -
The Latest in New Choice Dress
Goods and Silks
We take great pleasure In showing them,
fresh, bright, clean and crisp.. Burn dress
goods and Bilks are worth seeing. If for
nothing bitf the new lda .they rontoln. ;
COLORED AND BLACK DRESS GOODS
A notable feature of the great ehowing
Is our famoua chiffon spot proof broad
cloth. Every woman coming to Omaha
Open Saturday Evenings.
governor wfeiiept cont1fy,Iwtng and
saluting tha loyal subjects, of. 4Clns AU-Sar-Ben.
The'parad marched down'Fnrnam atreot
to Fifteenth, north ' to Douglas,' east to
Eleventh, south to Howard, West' to Six
teenth, south to Leavenworth.- and thtfh
counter marched' to" Cuming,' where It dls
anded.'r: "' ' '' ' :.. " - '.
A Mana was 'erected Irf front of th lty
hk'tr and "ftom" tmV the litdgeatna -'city
eflUials xevred., tha paraday .,f .,, .a
t'i' -vi.; ; ii,ta of rtants 'i! ir
These were the floats In the parade!
Byrne-Hammer Dry 'Goods company,
flsrtyirwo pretty young tvolneiV very appro-'
prlately took the lead In the float. Kach
of ' tha' gh-ls Wa ' dressed- in.- white and
wore a badge advertising- the Oak brand
of shirts, - ... :. . -,-;',- r," :.'."
J. i.-iHirlght, -ad vertialog hla bank safes,
had atton and brick banlt'on-rwhels-, in
Which'' a bound and gagged night watch
man'wae 'on duty. Womlng at.thu anfff
were- to - bank- . burglars , and they wi a
rpiarktng like, this: . "No ue,-- Bill. "JJe
rlght..haa aold - hint a Manganese." ; "I
guess you're right. ixt'a -give her. onoi
more shot. Never aaw one before. I couldn't
bust." . And with these words - the ' busy
burglar took hla other shot,, but the afo
failed to '"bust." -.
1. L. Brandela l Sons had wdrknrs buny
turning gut the latest kinds of millinery In
a float greerttWlth nnple and-oak ieavus,
over -the 'top of which was theiatcst-or
creations In the hat line by that etilni ht
window ' dresser,' Mr.-Colling;-
J.'D. Parmer A Son wr-n' line with a.
full stock Of -spices and r things-the Arm'
handlett, in a. pretty float. - ' .-..
D. J. O'Brien has hla candy factory rep
resented by a bevy of pretty girls aUend-.
Ing' tV this Important branch or the com
mercial world, and' the H6ftt 'WarfHBecoratd'
wilh a covering showing various brands of
the sweat goods.
"'Sfors Brewery company has an elaborate
float, setting forth th virtues of Stoia
.. 1 TV, .Ihl .n t . ,.,.. j
""""I' Milieu- iraiun VI IIIH
display a, the manner In which tho team
was titched."' It was a aplk arrdng.ment,
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.a. -" Js
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Are Cordially Wei-
apecial bargain . ,' .
should s-e themainiply). rl.ress elegance
Itself. The plain nnd farncj. suitings are
untnatchable .in variety, the beautiful
'ombre plaids -and Mrlnes. Consnlctinus
among the n"w black goods' are the new
spot proof broadcloths. Imperlnl batistes,
omhro stripes and checks, beautiful nw
allk and wool novelties, voiles, etc.
THE SILK . DISPLAY 'IS -UKALLY
BEAUTIFUL The practical silks, the new
noveltiea In plaids for wnlsts. and the
great special sale t.f Haskell's b-antlftil
black dress silks, taffetas, peau do rygnes,
peau de aole, taffeta modem, nnd not to be
found elsewhere and should be of great In.
terest to those who arc thinking of buying.
Ak to see them..
We Recommend Skinner's Satin
for Lining. .
Have jour suits " lined with' Skinner's
three horoea baing on- tbe wheal', then two
Snd then, on for. a. leader. ....
Harness Makeis at Work.
Two hofees, harness, robes and saddles'.
representing mat w ,
progressiv "harness munutaqtory, , Work
era were, busy turning out 'the good the
rti to- slls. ' ' : r.' t-';;. ' " . .' ;.
,The pillow. .Sprjngs ,bte,wpr! was therfl
with- a full "outfit and Bampfe '. good's ' to
(sRow'thu flnisiied product. ., ' '
The Western Distilling company, which
ts the "retail ' name ' of the Jobbing firm
of Furst Broa, showed a hospital tent
aa a means of advertising their Red Croirtf
whisky. On the float waa a tent con
taining a camp bed, and at the rear of
the float was a bottling device- in opera
tioo. . t '-' '
Allen P. Ely, Co. displayed a aa en
gui In full working order, spouting nnd
spitting at every -step In the road. .
' The Omaha ' Tent and Awning company
demonstrated the use of Its wdres not only
as awning to- keep the. sun out of build
ings, but for camping purposes -a well. A
mountain aoene waa arrange, in the rear
of a brick and stone building, upon which
awnings kept th : sun out. A tent was
erected directly in the rear of the building
oven a portion of the mountains.
Ualduft had three automobile floats rep
resenting his pastry, etindy ftnd Ice .cream
departments. The tlrst was tho wedding
cake' and numerous of these well known
accessories to a marriage were displayed,
white a busy cake Kuker was at hie work.
From this float wedding cake waa distrib
uted, so-that each happy' maid and each
yearning boy would have something ' to
dream over, while from the other two candy
and Ice cream waa thrown, Qn top of the
ice ereum float Was a' great big Ice cream
cone, 'cold enough looking to freese one.
These floats were decoiated with the Ak-Bar-Ben
colors. - ' ''
M. E. ' Smith & " Cti. put lta factory on
wheel and busy girls turned off garments
f,om- ut-ln. -.n,.l,ln.. a. Ih.
j nuiro-d alh a rlsrure in 'blue ,.v.raii.
occupied the front end of the float.
MeKeea Motor Car.
On ot the moat noticeable display was
that--of the McKeen motor ear shown by
the Union Paclllc. Mounted on automobile
truch, Motor car No. p) waa taken through
the atreets ot Omaha. It was an exact re
production of motor car No. 7 and dlao' No.
. No. 7 Is in operation on the Erie In New
V'ork and No. i la running between Lincoln
and Beatrice. The reproduction wa per
fect all the Wuy through In halt stse. Kvtu
th vestibule w parfect and the circular
dust proof windows were haif slxe. The
ventilator were there and every one was
reproduced in liulf sUe except the ncetyllue
gaa headlight, which was In full slxe. The
cooling colls attracted considerable atten
tion from th experts, a well as the air
reaervolra. The car was built in Mr. Mc
Keen's abuence by Superintendent A!' W.
Whlteford of the Omaha shops.
The Regent Shoe company outdid th pic
tures cf the air ship In . advertising th
Overall shoe. The float was a representa
tion of th airship carrying a shoe over the
earth,, and so realistic waa It that had It
not been for the signs hundreda could huv
gun home believing they hud veen tha rtoi
The lloat of the Harding Creamery com
pany showed th making of tho Wedge
wood butter th old way and th new
the old-fashioned churn and th automatlc.-
T'i H J. Fenfold company got down o
bus'ness in th float representing hospital
supplies. Besides the skeleton, which
seeuiwd to b playing a piano on the aid
of the wagon; this i-ompaay had on rS
lagged man manufacturing artiAcial limbs,
while another was getting artificial limbs
fastened to his stumps. This wa a real
istic piee of business. ,
Tbe - Midland Pa hit ariU Class company
i advertised lta sunproof, paint by th aid
of a brick building. In the center of the
I flout waa. the well known sun sign, lis
mirrors snd glass were not lost sight of In
the makeup of the exhibit.
Moat Uriglaat float. t
Alamlto .Sanitary ..Daily- com-j
showed.. Its . products , from
to conaum.-r" In a beuutlful
marble float. Indicative of -the purity of
Its warea. The cow was natural aud the
Bee. October 2. 1906.
Satin; nothing wears like it rich and lus.
Jtrous In tbe new soft finish; choice line ot
I celora to choose from.. . iA al guarantee of
i Its goodness' look for '"the' name Skinner
i woven In 'the selvage, It ''will wear two
; seasons; 36 Inches wide, $1.50 a yard.
I Save One-Third on: Your Dress
Goods by Buying x in Our
; Basement Dress Goods
Just take,.. . ,.' to look them
over; note the kind of goods, aold here no
trash, good,' clean dress gooda.
Plaids, 6c, 10c, 25c and 3!)c.
Novelties, 28e and 39c. . .
All wool serges, 40c.
The remnant counter la loaded with abort
lengths of choice fabrics at a great saving
In price. ? ' , ; i' ' , .i
Good Underwear1 for Men.
Men! that habit of yours ot buying your
underclothing at the exclusive tohop all
the time Is keeping you from getting the
best underwear at theloweat price.- We
don't want you to com here If ydu can
buy better -underwear at lower price elae-w-here,;,
but we ' want you to think, about
these, ' Read . them: I ' j
fin'', ribbed cotton underwear, medium
weight, extra finish, colors tan, blue and
ecru, (see window), all sixes special good
valuo. 60c each.
fine natural wool underwear, good full
sixc, extra well made, drawcra have dou
ble gusttet, cornea in pretty shads of brown
also the kind you - would willingly pay
$1.25 for special good value at
- '. $1 00 I$ACH. . '
Form fitting, fine natural wool ribbed
garment, very elastic, W per cent wool,
cut good full alien, shirts have sateen
front, drawers made with double gusset,
all sixes excellent value at '
The wool .hose are here, any kind or
color, at most any wanted price. ,
certainly real. Twfrau oh either side
of the gentle beast attached to rubber
tubes extending from'th cow made the
connection between the cow and -the con
dinner. ' '
A bapksmlth ,hop ln fun bB11t told of
the business, conducted by Andrew Murphy
& Sons, and a largen xpress wagon mad
In ten days showed What the firm could do
In this line. '.'. . '
The Ontaha iGas company, with its itar,
black building,, adyeclsed Its .'.'better than
paint." The scene was ot a country barn
and lot and contained the inhabitants of
such a place In sufficient numbers to be
representative. ; . . -
Stroud A Co. made' an extensive exhibit
of four machines, If made In the Omaha
factory. The , first was a- -huge road
grader, then followed two dump wagons
and , on tha fourth wagon waa displayed
several large slushers and wheelers and
other grading tools manufactured by this
Arm. .'.-,. , . . ' '- -
If no thirst was created by Met Bro
thers' float it is not he fault of the artist
who dealgned this "representation of wet
goods. On' the float artistically arranged
was the cask, cool and apparently dripping,"
while In the center waa the great big bot
tle, the "King of Beera." The driver sat'
under a canopy pretty enough to drive a
man to drink.
The Omaha Mitten factory had a woman
busy turning off. mittens from a regulation
sewing machine and the announcement
that this factory was the first of the kind
In the west. , ' v
Peregoy & Mooto made a big showing
With one cigar. Th cigar was a large one,
however, and was. of "the Tom. Keene
variety. Beside the. cjgar were cigar
makers at work and s a beacon light to
see that everything rin smoothly waa a
beautiful woman. George Moore had the
float' manned with man and drivers from
his store on this sida pf the river.
Paxton A Gallagher's float was the prise
winner for th best mechanical exhibition,
nnd the judgca were not long in making the
selection. Mr. Pickens had spent consider,
able time lay turning out a float which
would attract uttentlon, and'he Waa re
warded by having the first prise pinned on
his' outfit. ,The float was a mammoth af
fair and showed the latent process of roast
ing coffee. Paxton A Gallagher make a
specialty of this brand of coffee and had
chosen coffee front th long list of articles
handled to make the display.
Plana Plaat is Busy.
Schmuller A Mueller gave an exhibition
of manufacturing a piano in broad daylight
In their float. The workmen mad a brand
new instrument while countless thousands
watched them. This Was an excellent
float and elicited great applause. .
The Nebraska Clothing company had a
unique and original float to advertise lis
line clothing. Amid orungc blossoms snd
cut flower decorations a wedding ceremony
was performed, tha bride, th groom and
th minister having bought their outfits
st this store.
Haydun Bros, advertised their music de
partment by the use ot a full orchestra of
little folks," the violin, piano . and harp
constituting the Instruments. This waa a
most pleasing eight and was roundly sp
plauded durla the march. . - , .
The Ctt- Steam laundry showed the way
washing used H Ve dona by th old colored
woman and t)'. Chinaman snd suggested
trying the 'flefr way." 1 '
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G.tr".DOUI4T THE CAHMVAL
Times at the
Thjugs are red hot on the carnival
grounds. Business began' to pop early
Tuesday and th band, for th first time,
had"fo turn loos its music befvr th noon
lunch. This happened beuaus th crowds
began to' ' congregate before 10 o'clock.
Son; say. " however, the musio was in
honor of Sky Pilot Welsh, who Is working
night and day to produce ttvls glorious
weather, which he says will keep up the
balance of the week.
. .Becklesa Stanley, who plUuged down th
bicycle Incline Monday, night and landed
on las head and shoulders, again did his
regular stunt, yesterday, In North -America.
Reckless Stanley la - pretty badtr cut uo
about he. ; head, but Is able to get around
, all right.
The liva alock show lias opeucu up and
la attracting tot of people. The animals
exhibited ara prlM winners In their classes.
Paul Thompson Bona are showing tha
Irvlngton herd ot Aberdeen Angus. William
Krtck Is here with th Cedar Grove herd
of Holsteln FVstan cattle, and In the other
stalls are tha pretty little Campbell ponies.
The photograph gallery Is In the same
place, near the snake den, contrary to the
anhnuncement of its Intended removal.
Cieae Cnyle baa manacled hit armadillo and
hi Gila monsters and there Is no more
danger of escepe.
An encounter occurred yesterday morning
between Prince and Bob, the two savage
lion in- the animal show, which might have
boen 'extremely serious. If not fstaK had
It not been for the Interference of Al
Barnes, proprietor, and Dollle Castle, the
lion tamer. Bob Is a savage beast caged
alone, which doea the- hair raising stunt'
with Bay Ward avery day, while Prince
doe a stunt with Dollle Castle. The two
linns became angry and tore apart tha bara
separating the cngvs and began to fight.
Barnes and Miss Cnatle. with Iron bars,
which were hastily heated, separated them,
though Bob's eara show the effects of the
struggle. Prince had an eye slightly dam
This Hon Bob, called so because of tha
absence of an appendage long enough to
call it a tail, waa captured by Mr. Barnes
some years ago In Africa. Barnes, with
his helpers, built an Iron trap and sus
pended the regulation bait In It. The lion
waa caught, but as the teeh of the trap
closed It clipped off Mr. Lion's tall Mr.
Lion baa been In .a bad humor ever since
and with the exception ot Barnes himself,
who worked with him for years, no man
except Ray Ward has been In his cnge.
Dr. and Mrs. Bnmes Intend to put on a
new stunt with the ponies at the night per
FUNSTON TO TAKE COMMAND
(Continued from First Page.)
States battleship Texas, which was recalled
after having been hurriedly placed In com
mission at the Norfolk navy yard and dia
patched for Cuba with marines and land
supplies aboard. Bailed again this morning
on a fresh start for Cuban ' waters. It
passed out the capes of Virginia at T a. m.
MARIXKS SET TO PI A It DEL RIO
Americans Will ne Handy In Case
Dlabanded Hebrla Make Troablc.
HAVANA, Oct. l-Tho attitude of the
authorltlea of the I'nltrd States in Cuba
regarding the possibilities of the present
situation seemed fairly expressed this
sfternoon, when Colonel Waller, com
mahdlng the marines, remarked to the As
sociated. Press that an ounce of preven
tlon la worth a pound of cure.
The remack was called forth by prcpa
rations that Were going on at camp Co
lumbia to transport 200 marines from the
ramp westward tonight for the purpose of
having them In adjacent provlneea when
tho first Installments ot General Guerra's
dlspanded men reached these places to
morrow. While no disorder Is anticipated
when the revolutionlsta reach their, homes,
the provisional government and tho mili
tary, authorities consider the actual occu
pation of-the Plnar,' del Rio region quite
as essential as tho occupation of other por
tions of the Island, and regard It best to
have -an American force there to Insure
the preservation of order. This battalion
of marines; which will bo the first to oc
cupy Plnar del Rio, therefore waa sent
forward tonight by special train. The
orders came from Governor Taft at
.f-e'click and half an hour later the battalion
had .boarded a train at Buena , Vista
station near Camp Columbia. The cars
were switched from the Mariano to the
Western- railroad Snd thence departed for
the west.- "" " ; '.:'
Onerra's Following Disbanding
Ono thousand of Guerra's followers will
go to Plnar del Rto In special trains, while
1,800 others will start to march to-their
homes, taking with them ther horses and
extra mounts. It Is the purpose, even
tually to restore all horses to thetr right
It is believed tonight that all the revo
lutionists In the vicinity ot Havana will
have been peacefully dispersed in three
days. General Gucrra and Del Castillo
are actively co-operating to this end,
Together with General Kusinan, the com
mandcr-ln-chlef of ' the rebels in Santa
Clara ' province, they called at the Amer
ican legation today and renewed their
promises of assistance. They alao thanked
Governor Taft for Jiis courtesies and dis
cussed the projected amnesty uroclatn
lion. Governor Taft told ilia vtsltora that
he would take up this subject later, not
having time now to give It the necessary
attention, and aaid that when the matter
did come up he would Investigate person
ally all cases which might require his at
tention In order that Justice be done. '
The fact that General Guxman Is acting
In sincere co-operation Is believed to pro-
elude trouble of any consequence In the
work of disarming the rebels In Sam,
Clara province, and no fears of disorders
In other sections are entertained.
Palms Leaves th Palace.
While the departure today from Havana
of ex-preaident Pulma was tho most Im
portant event ot the last twenty-four
hours, the fonner president left the capital
so quietly that the public did not realise
he had gone until the news was given in
the afternoon papers. Only his cabinet
ministers snd a few Intimate friends ac
companied the former president and his
family to the railroad station. - Some of
these friends went with the family - to
Matansaa and did not return to Havana
until they had seen the Palma family safe
in the home of other friends In that city.
On the way from Havana to Matansaa
Scnor Palma's special train stopped at
two stations where the government volun
teer forces were preparing to disarm and
disband. When Colonel Rego, in commuiid
of the battalion at Campo Klortdo Informed
Benor Palma what he waa doing, the cx
presldent expressed, his gratitlcatlon and
Said that disarmament waa' In accordance
with patriotic duty.
At Jaruoo Colonel Lima told Senor Palma
h had ordered his force to be mustered
out, and that this would be his last act
a an officer. Continuing, the colonel de
clared that the people ot Matansas were
particularly pleased that the ex-president
was coming to their peaceful city to enjoy
that rest, and tranquillity he so well de
served. He said also that the Cuban peo
ple were sure to re-elect Palma to th
presidency at the first opportunity.
Senor. Palma said to Colonel Lima that
he had full confidence in the goodN faith
of the United States and that ha believed
th American government Intended to re.
stors Cuban Independence. He advised all
to be patient and awatt th outcome, which
he felt sure would be entirely acceptable.
A great crowd awaited the train at Ma
tansas, which is the moderot stronghold
of the Island. The numbers at the station
had been -augmented by an excursion from
Cardenas snd people from the surrounding
country. Th provincial and municipal
officers welcomed the ex-preaident, who
was escorted to the home of Manuel Flu
ent. Here the friends who had come over
from Havana took their final farewell,
leaving the Palma family to that quirt
retirement which they desire. The Palma
will remain In Matansas . tor some Urn
going later to th Valmar plantation
Uayamo, Sanrtago province. - .
Work Saallarr Problems.
Governor Taft tonight Is busy in his
I temporary iiarttrs. Minister Morgnn'a vllln
j , MMrlunsu. going ovlr the plxns prepared
j bp tuc Cuban hvaltuf ofTicluls fo coping j
16 lh HOWARD
Everybody seemed pleased to see how well we were
looking at our opening. Not only pleased, but very gen- ,
erous with their patronage; and we fully appreciate it.
There were many of our friends, no doubt, who made us a
birthday gift with a purchase. And there were others,
strangers from out in the state, who knew a bargain when
they saw it aud took advantage of every one. And we
especially invite visitors to come and see how well and
how much we can do for them. Here are some extra ones
for "Wednesday: k '; s
BIG BLACK SILK BARGAIN.
We iiit on our counter Wednesday 25 pieces of our 27-lnc.h Oil Boiled
Taffeta fcillk. our regular POc quality, and a long as It last CCIf
you can get for, a yard Wednesday only JJ
Don't Overlook This Swell Valne A fine bleached MercerUed bamaskX
f.o Inches wide, beautifully designed, considered cneap at owe, out
Wednesday we clve you this big chance to buy It at, 1Q
Ladles' I utlorwcnr Specials for Wednesday Jdst what is needed for
early fall, heavy '(soft fleeced) Balbrlggan Union Bults, shaped gar
ments, with 1 r.lshed seams, gray, white and ecru.'sUes 4, (f e
5. Cf worth and sold always for S 1.25, Wednesday, a suit... . . l.UU
The Celebrated-Blue Cloud Vesta and Drawers half woot ahaped f
garments, aiwa to 9, and worth $1.00, Wednesday. .... . ... JC
BIG K.MBKOIDKKY SALK KKIDAV.
Thousands of yards to be aold. Values the best you ever aaw.
Be euro and ace our ad for particular in Thursday night's papers.
A MIlHiirr Snap for Wednesday Ladles' hand made Trimmed Street
llntsT made of ft no silk velvet, braids, Jets and mohair felts, trim
med with pompoms, quills, wings and ornamenta, and fully AQ
worth $2.00 each, Wednesday ' HtJ
ATTRACTIONS IN OCR CLOAK 8C1T DK.PTS. FOR WKDNE8DAY.
lirs! Turn: Over 1,000 Scarfs, Collarettes and Boas. ,
Fur Scat Is. beginning at '....$1.05
Vixt Collarettes, beginning at $4.0.'
Fur Boas, full bushy tails, beginning at $4.95
Indies' Alaska Stal Coats Sizes 36 to 42, guaranteed for ff CO
two years, regular price $260, this week vpi
s Opening day prices on Ladies' Coata will continue this week
$4.95, $7.95, $S.05, $0.0O, $11.50 and $12.50.
Ladles' Suit Opening da prlcea will prevail aH. weak.-n Ttls
means Ladles' Tailored Suits, all this season's purchase, at just about
60c on the dollar.
Our 0inet Dept. We offer you the choicest models of the fol
lowing first-class Mnkes: Tbe W. B., the R. & G., the Kabo. the Glove
Fitting, the 1. A., the .Nemo, the La
OCR 'PHONE 18
with yellow fever. These plana include an
Increase In the sanitary force and equip
ment and very much greater expenditure.
Majot' J. R. Kean, who was one of the
sanitary experts during the former Ameri
can occupation of the Island, Is at present
on the way here to co-operate In this work.
It Is not probable that the governor will
appoint new cabinet ministers until the
affairs ot tfis Island are turned over to the
provisional governor. ' It Is Governor Taft's
desire to place the vnrloua departments In
control of ths men who were not so active
during the revolution as to arouse much
opposition from either liberals or moderates.
DIAMONDS Frenier. 15th and Dodge sts.
DEMOCRATIC CAMPAIGN BOOK
(Continued from First Page.) "
standpatter and that he "may lead a move
ment for tariff revision In 1908."
This charge then Is made:
The president favors certain railroads
and accepts glfta from them, in violation
of the Interrtate commerce law,-demanda
and rerelvee money in favored banks with
out Intereet, diverts funds appropriated for
one purpose to another, allows public nnney
to pay for a literary bureau to boom his
Mr. Roosevelt has shown greater regard
for the Interests of corporations and less
regard for the law than any other executive
tho country haa ever had.
Maintaining that the principles ot the
democratic; party defy, and always have
opposed monopoly, it Is stated that the
democrats were the first to Introduce anti
trust bills, whereas the first resolution to
Investigate the trusts waa not enacted by
a republican senate.
LITTLE TALKS CN HAIR CULTURE.
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Then treat tbe root.
Ue u faithfully every day,
And falch the results. .
New Hair coma.
Let me send you a free trial tollle.
Send 10 cents to pay postage and
packing. v - -:' v " -' ' -
i Parfumerie ED. PIN AUD, "
M-8a.88.99 Fifth Ava . NEW YORK
as EJ. PtnauJ't latcMpttfumt "La CsrrrfsV "
Mr. and Ultra. Morand's classea for
Dancing and Physical Culture will re
open in their Itew Academy, 210 8.
18th St., near Far nam, for children,
on Saturday, October Oth. , Beginners,
10 a, m.j advance, 8 p. in.; matinee
class, 8:80 p. ui. Parent ara cor
dially invited to visit thir school and
examine the advantages offered to our
pupils. You will And it to your In
terest to do so. Location, clientel and
school chartrbere unexcelled, For
particulars telephone Douglaa 1041.
Columbian Optical Co.'
. 211 -out.i 1 6th Street
Premier, the Ferris Waists.
DOUGLAS 981. . , .
KD If ft THEATRE
IV .JU.VJ l5f,?Jc,.S0c,7jft
Matinee Today s . 25c
iTAim sj KA.TX.nr
r resent X.laooln j. Oartsr's Master I
Fleoa of Baalism
so ths Orsat Aato-Trala Baoa.
Sunday -Volunteer Organist
flfWtVfa I SPECIAL CARNIVAL
UU,U I ATTRACTION .
this Arrzmirooi tostxqht
atlaw ft Brlanger Vrsseata Oeorge
Oobaa's Knsto lay
45 Minutes from Broadway
With TAT TEXOrUTOlr. '
Curtain Will mats Tonight '
After Vara "
October T. i. t. 10 "LAND 6V NOD."
BUR WOOD ! c"",vUbk
This Aftaneoa, TonUrnt, AU Wssk ..
TM.M BVaWOOO STOCK CO.
In the Hoaring Comedy
Bf atlaaos TharsAay aaa Saturday.
Prices Nights, Sun. Mats., 10c, 2 Bo.
Matinees, 10c, ittc. -
CVSTAXR SAZSSR AVTZB VABABS
Next Week TBTB WZTS.
Hams Capacity Business.
'Phona Douglas 411.
MODERN VAUDEVILLE )
AFTER THE PARADE. TAKE IN THHT
Curtain will be held until the parade Basses
Prices 10c, 26c. . .'
CURTAIN WILL, BE HELD ON THE
, Until the parada passes. -. ' , -
CUAHCERS' ' DANCING
Mondays and Wednesday ..
Wedneadayt and Saturdays.
Juvenile Advanced Saturdays and '
Terms reasonable, commensurate
with advantages and benellt derived
in oor school. , ,
, ' Telephone Douglas 1871.
Oiyi.fciBpiis the 28 Nams
200 iinnr 150
Nights Eafl I I Ksf Rg Nights
Now York Chleage
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