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About Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 1, 1908)
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We Enter November . ,'
with a store full of good thing. Every one of our twenty-four departments is filled with bright
new Fall and Winter Merchandise; style and quality are btrohgly exemplified in these new
goods, and you. can feel sure that our prices are right. Oct the habit of trading here.
Important Something New We Make
Skirts to Order
To c.hoosa beautiful dress goods for a skirt from
very possible shade or fabric at jour leisure and
have It perfectly man-tailored to your special meas
ure and every skirt guaranteed to fit or no sale, la
doubly satisfactory, Isn't ItT Step in Monday and
Inspect the new models at the dresa goods department
Lively News of Pretty New Silks
What a busy, lively throng crowded the silk
counter Saturday. It was a pleasure lo see hun
dreds of pretty new waist patterns going out. The
new Persian silks with dainty satin stripes, the new
allover Persians, pretty messallnes with tiny figures
are the latest, fl.OO, $1.25, 1.50.
rr rtmr wraas
have been famous throughout the world for modela of excel.
Irnry and graceful effect. This season's latest Invention la
these well known comets will be found la the
NEW GRAND DUCHESS MODELS
The patented feature (illustrated) consist of a separate
transverse and horlsontal section. By this device the proper
support is given where most needed, carrying all excess flesh
from front to beck, preserving the flat line at the abdomen,
and ptrmanmtlf creating In tbe figure a rounded
waist and flowing lines.
THOUSANDS UF MEN IN LINE
Kew York Witnesses One of Largest
ftrtdei in Iti History.
LUTES FORM EARLY IN THE DAY
Baalarae Mea'a Heaahltcaa Assoela.
ties) Ora-aalaea It 1 Show Ia
tere.t la Ticket Rttltw4
Thry ara called "Olov.
rilttaS" Becasa r fit
aa well aJ leal aa resa
f rtobla aa a Uaa his tf lave
- Special Sale of Odd Lots Lace Curtains
Our recent great special sale of Lace Curtains left us with a number
of small lots. Including the sample curtains which are slightly soiled from
showing. To close them out quick, we make reductions like these, ,
! Two $15.00 Brussels Curtains for $8.98.
; Three $10.00 Brussels Curtains, for the lot, $5.29.
Five $6.00 Irish Toint Curtains, for the lot,-$5.93.
Three $4.50 Brussels Curtains, for the lot, $3.78.
Four $8.00 Brussels Curtains," for the lot, $7.80.
Five $1.75 Nottingham Curtains, for the lot, $2.98.
Three $2.00 Nottingham Curtains, for the lot, $1.93.
Four $1.50 Nottingham Curtains, for the lot, $1.59.
. Two. $9.00 Ecru Cluny Curtains for $5.29. ' x
Three $5.00 Cable Net Curtains, for the lot, $2.98. . .';
And many other lots at equally great reductions. .
We Don't Draw On Our
Imagination for Store '
When you read our advertise,
rnents you obtain facta, not fancies.
This , plan .of teinns; nothing but
tha plain truth about this store and
Its goods and prices may not make
quite as attractive a tale ss If It
were fiction, but there's more
profit In reading- and following up
the announcements. We are doing
an Important work in publ lairing
advertisements which people can
believe, tor they ara simply the
plain truth. We find that we are
winning out every day ,by . this
policy. ,Th6mpon. Belden Co.'s
ads are always truthful.
PRICE $2.50 EACH
Blankets and Comforters
The superlorltyvof our BlankeU and Comforters lies in the facta that
Ihey are. made by the most experienced and mcst reliable manufacturers.
We are not experimenting, we know that no better goods axe produced, and
when telling them to you we have served you to our best ability.
"St. Mary's" fine Wool BlankeU In white or natural gray, at $4.26 a pair.
' "North Btar" fine Wool Blanketa in white or gray, at 14.60 a pair.
' "Aioana Society" Wool Blankets, gray at $4.75, white at $6.00 a pair.
'New Bremen" fine Wool BlankeU, In white or gray, at $5.00 a pair.
5 Plaid Wool BlankeU In great variety of styles, $4.60 a pair.
Cotton Blankets, at 39c a pair.
Beacon Blankets, at $1.75 a pair.
Cotton Comforters, at $1.25 each.
Wool Comforters, at $4.00 each.
Down Comforters, at $5.00 each.
Cotton Crib Comforters, at 60c
Cotton Crib Blankets, at 39c a
Specials at Glove, Department Monday
16-button Olace Kid Gloves, in black, tan and white,
worth up to $4.00, for $2.98 per pair. 1
12-buttoa Olace Kid Gloves, full pique in black, tan and
brown, worth op to $.60 per pair, for $2.69.
It-button Glace Kid Gloves, every style In black, tan,
brown and white, worth $2.60 per pair, for $1.98.
Great Special Sale of Wool Mixed Scotch Flannels, in
Plain Colors and Fancies
This is a regular 25c quality, 32 inches wide and excel
lent for wash waists, men's shirts or chil
dren's wash dresses. On sale Monday at ' 1 IfC
the ridiculously low price of, per yard., .
Special Sale Turkish Wash Cloths Monday
All our 10c Turkish Wash Cloths, Monday sale price
Special Hale Lunch Cloth -Basement.
All our 45c Drawn work Lunch Cloths Monday 19c each.
Sale of Turkish Towels In Basement.
Bale of Bedspreads In Basement.
Those Stylish Buttons
That are so much In demand by" fashion are to be found at our store.
We bought some of the prettiest to be had.
fetal buttons In all tha new shades of blue, gray, green, brown
and red, either large, medium or small slses.
All the sttracttve. sty lea in steel and gilt buttons are also shown
here. The much wanted crochet and satin buttona In ail the popular
colore. Also a full and' complete 11ns of pearl and bone buttons.
Ours la tha largest and best button stock In Omaha, and our prices
are the lowest '' ' '
FXiOIAX, SJAX.B 07 BAITS
EaCBBOIBEBBD X. HITCH
All our M 60 embroidered
Lunch Cloth a, alie 45x45
Inches square, Monday sale
price, Si). 18 each.
All our It. 60 embroidered
Lunch Cloths, alie S6xS6
Inches square, Monday aala
price, $1.(9 each.
BABOAXaT SQUABS XV
Remnants of unbleached
Musllna, at 2 Ho per yard.
Remnants of fast black
flatten, 86 Inches wide, at
6c per yard.
Remnanta of bleached
Cotton Flannel, at 3 He per
And many other Rem
nants at bargain prices.
The Hit of the Season
The only undergarment over .which the new closefittlng
Dlrectolre gowns can be satisfactorily worn. Imparts tbe beau
tiful lines to the figure demanded by this season's styles. Made
of smooth dainty white batiste. Ask to see It at our muslin
underwear department. Socond Floor. To have the fashion
, able figure of the day wear a Sheathbocker.
Special Sale Figured Hacks V
Monday we will place on sale all our 75c figured hucks
for fine towels, at 6 5c per yard.
Our Millinery Department
T a ihowlnv nnm timiaiiallv a 1 1 rm tt I .tvU.-ln 2 .... , ll.i.
many beautiful creatlona In Dresa Hata. For really fine Milli
nery come to Thompaon, Belden A Co.'s. Ji
Q Strangers stopping over. In . ' -
.... ... i.- w . r i i 1 ,i ss
. our c.xy -r. w..c,o iv ,y lTmtmyrm (TT TfTi7I9TT Trt17JTT VP rirS
an rest room. " " ' ' nnr'fM kxns Monday.
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It Might Be Well for You to Know
That the trimming stock has all the novelties. If you are un
decided about what style of trimming to use for that new
dress, spend an hour1 at thla department.
Special Sale Odd .. a
V Jjozen iNap- if- nf m p m m m Ml
The Art Department Is
worthy of a look thee, dava,
as all the holiday novelties, be
sides the many beautiful
things Mlas Kteenntrup purch
ased while In Europe, are on
counties, gives the laigh ' to the World
Herald atory that the traveling men are
for Bryan and Says that the travelers talk
for Bryan Just to get up an argument,
though aa a matter of fact they are all
republicans and Wear under their coat
lapels Taft buttons.
Mr! Morrow, says he-waa wearing a Taft
button when a- traveling man came up to
him, and asked him why he was a repub
lican, and argued tha other side. After a'
few ; minutes the traveling man laughed
and showed bis Taft badge, aaylng that the
"boya" Just talked Bryan for futi, "be
cause Bryan Is a joke, you know."
"New York will go for Taft without a
doubt," said Harry J. Mowrey, a broker
n tha metropolis, who called at headquar
ters yesterday to see his former clsss
m&tes. Chairman Frank Crawford and
"Congrsasman" A. W. Jeffeila. "Tam--fuany
and the bookmakers are working
hard for Chanter and Greater New Tork
probably will go for the democratic atate
ticket. Up-state, though, will be for Hughes
and I look for the republicana to carry the
state for the governor. But there Is not a
doubt but that nationally the stats' will
go for Taft."
Mr. Mowrey, Who waa an officer In a
South Dakota company In tbe fipanlah
American war. has juat returned from a
trip through that atate, where he lived for
upwara Ol twenty years and aays that
South Pakota will give the republican
ticket the usual majorities. South Da
kota holds the record of having cast more
' votes per caplts for President Roosevelt
than any other atate 1n tha union.
WIND UP BY THROWING DIRT
(Continued from First Page.)
bee Wsnt Ads are business boosters.
fairs. The republican atate committee
urges republicans to vote the straight party
ticket next, T.teday7 urgW republicans to
take t)o chanpes, unless .democrata who are
satisfied with tbe prosperity and progreaa
republicans In voting for a continuance of
of theN state and .the nation to join with
the present government.
Tern AUea's W'ladap.
A letter sent out by the democratic state
committee which shows hew the democrats
are trying to play both ends st the same
time, has been snared in Lincoln. i
It Is a letter to confidential agents of
Tom Allen and It asked the agent to aend
In to the atate committee the names only of
the church going voters of his community.
To these church going people only, the
letter said, would be sent Mr. Bryan's
"Prince of ePace."
To the nonchurch-golng voters Mr. Allen
wll lsend Mr. Bryan's attacks on prohibi
tion. To the liquor dealers Mr. Allen will send,
It is presumed, Mr. Bhallenberger'a promise
to veto any. county option bill. To the pro
hlbltlonlsta Mr. Atlen probably will send
Mr. Shallenberger's promise to sign any
county option bill.
Sheldo at Ilavelurk.
Governor Sheldon addressed a big meet
ing at Havelock last night and during
his speech he devoted considerable time to
showing the shop men of the Insincerity of
bank deposits and denounced the attitude
e fthede mocrats on this proposition as
simply eblng a bid for votes. The demo
crats would not do what they said they.
Would do. he aald. He told that Dr. P. L.
Hall, vice chairman of the national com
mittee, had opposed the guaranty bill when
it was Introduced In the legislature some
years sgo. Ho told how Dr. Hall had made
his argument against the bill and, when
the committee hsd decided to report favor
ably. Dr. Hall asked to be allowed to
bring In a friend to maka a talk. That
friend was A. C. Shallenberger. Mr. Shal
lenberger denounced the bill, and opposed
the proposition to guarantee b.nk deposits
and the bill was killed. Now Shallenberger
Is running on a platform pledged to the
proposition and Shallenberger Is appealing
for ovtes because because the guaranty of
The governor showed the fallacies of Mr.
Bryan and urged republicans to stand by
their ticket and vote it straight. The crowd
was large and enthusiastic and the gov
ernor was given frequent applause. A num
ber went out from Lincoln to hear the
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Taft is confident
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have attained the supremacy
of the stove world by the
wonderful base burner shown
In this Illustration. But
many people do not realise
that they can get Radiant
Home Oak 8toves, Air Blasts.
Cook Stoves and
All of the same re-
; liable quality and
. tlon aa the . cele
brated Base Burner.
We are Hole
Agents for Kadltuit
Home ftioves aud
Itangee la .Omaha. .
Radlavut Home Steel llangea, .
With high closut and large oven, up from
Radiant Home Oaks and Air Blasts,
v ... a
s and Air Blasts, CTT? TF
Heavy high grade, up from JJ 1 1 , I O
Ruby Oaks, uickel trimmed
Holt coal heaters, up from
Radiant Home Base Burners, C OCi fill
Standards of(tbe world, $47.00 and tL.UU
Milton Rogers (it Sons Co.
- I4th and Farnam Streets
Tbe Oldest and Largest Hardware and Stove Store la Omaha.
Iowa. Mr. Bryan will certainly lose hla
own atate.' " Personally, I have never had
any doubt of Indiana and havo not now."
Mr. Hayward's statement, in closing,
olalma New Tork, Ohio and West Virginia
and aays that the doubt expressed con
cerning Maryland and Kentucky Is sll In
faver of a republican vlctjry.
Statement by Victor Roaewater.
Victor Rosewater, at the head of the re
publican publicity bureau, made a state
ment, in which he said:
"I am confident of Mr. Taft's election.
Mr. Bryan cannot narae a atate that is
reasonably certain for him and that he did
not carry in one of hln former campaigns.
On the contrary,, several states that went
for Bryan In 189 or 1900 are certain to go
for Mr. Taft this year."
.' In Mr. Lamb's statement the following
states alone are admitted to be safely re
publican: Maine Massachusetts, Michigan, New
Hampshire, Pennsylvania and Vermont.
The following he places in the doubtful
California, Connecticut, Delaware, Idaho,
I'lltinla In... Ulnn..nt. U.th T .. 1. . -
It. Thomas had a personal grievance I -.' ,.,., T,, . ,
, . , , l Oregon, Rhode Island, Utah, Wisconsin,
against Governor Sheldon." I ,.','. . . '
. . 1 Washington and Wyoming.
Rev. Samuel Zane Batten, president oi 11
me aiueu temperance rorces says: "l Know I FINAL
nothing of the Thomas circular. The league J
TH, Bukuviiu iKm iNuuivu. is some
thing Mr. Thomas haa done on hla own re
A. C. Bhullenbarger wss In Lincoln yes
terday and made overturea to the "county
option leaders in the office of the Com
moner. He promised Mr. Batten that he
would sign a county option bill should one
pass the legislature.
The leaders of this movement, however.
have no faith In the promise made by Mr.
Shallenberger because he pledged himself
to the brewers of Omaha to veto any
county option bill that might be passed.
laee Cloak of llvle Uifst.
Another contempttbUi letter sent out In
the Interest of the democrats wss caught
thla morning and branded. It Is mailed
out by E. Arthur Carr and was piloted
on the letter heads of tha United rivin
league of Lincoln. Carr'a name appeara
on the letter head as secretary of the
The circular charges that Taft la oppoaed
to prohibition and unci the ,.r,i n
vote against him. Carr attempts to Drove
the charge y enc-lonlng a cllnulna savin it
that Taft fought the adoption of the, con
stitution of Oklahoma which provides for
C. C. Flansburg Is president of the Clvlo
aaia; "Bi. Arthur Carr was
repudiated by the Civic leasue aa aecra.
taty. He was forced to resign. He has na
authority to uae the letter of the league.
never neard or a meaner piece of
political work, and It ahould have no In
fluence in this csmpalgn. The league is
anaoiutely non-jartlsan and waa organised
oir.jr 10 wok after local affairs In the
city of Lincoln."
ueorgo K. Tobey. secretary of the civic
league, says: "The civic league .had noth
ing to do with the letter stut out by Ur.
Carr. The league lepudlstes these letters.
i lie organization la non-partlaan. Dr. Carr
had no authority to uae the letter head of
ealltu i, a.e Bee over long
aiaiance telephone from the state head
quarters of the Antl-iloon league In Lin
coin and made tliis statement:
"I would like to see a copy of that clr.
i-u never sent such an one
out nor authoilaed Mr. Thomas to. If he
has sent such a circular abroad he did It
on his authority and not that of the
league. The league la not supporting Mr.
Schallenberger nor anybody fur governor."
tors against loas. It seeks to secure
reduction- ef the tariff-by gradual ste;
until the tariff laws will no longer
made In the interest of the few and at the
expenee or me reac oi ine pepi.
With a democratic victory for the na
tlnnal ticket, with a democratic con Kress
end with the moral force of a popular ver
dict. I believe we can compel the senate
to vie lil to tha exeressed will of the people
and permit the passage Of the more urgem
or tne reforms. '
The renuh lean randldate has tne pres
tige that comes from the fact that his
party Is In power. He has the aid of an
armv of of i ireholodera: he haa the support
of ' all 'the monopolies and law-defying
trusts ; he has a large campaign fund, the
source of which his commutes refuses to
dlarlnee. and moat of the leading newena
per j are allied with him and the Intereata
which he represents, i insist inai it la not
fair for the Drealdent to uae hla office an
of I Ice that belongs to all the people aa if It
mera a nartv aiuiet or a Derannal asart and
enter actively Into the campaign. It offends
the sense of justice ana ougiu to arouse a
protest from those who believe that In the
siMeitlon of the chief executive the people
should be absolutely free to choose whom
WILLIAM JENNINGS BRYAN
ft'ebraekaa Tells Why He ThJaks He
Should Be Elected.
WINCHESTER, Ind., Oct. 81. W. J.
Bryan, the democratic candidate, in wind
ing up his tour of the east today, made a
final appeal to the public. He says In
As the cam Da Ian draws to a close, ecr-
tain issues stand out clearly. The demo
cratic uartv attemDla to Inatisrurat an
era of honeaty in politics by compelling the
puoiicaiion of campaign contributions na
ture the election. It seeks to bring the
government nearer to the people by se
curing the election of United States sens-
tors by direct vote. It seeks to restore
competition through legislation which will
make a private monopoly impossible. It
seeks to reconcile labor and capital by leg
islation which will bring employer and
employe together in friendly co-operation
nd to thla end It DroDoees tha creation
of a department of amendment to the
anti-trust law which will exclude the labor
organisation from the operation of that
law; the limitation of tha writ of injunc
tion so that it will not be laaued In a la
bor dispute unleaa conditions are auch as
would justify an Injunction even If there
were no tabor dispute, and trial by jury in
cases of indirect contempt. It seeka to
secure legislation which will create a guar
antee fund sufficient to Insure all deposi-
By using the various JrttarlineHta at Tha
Bee Want Ad Pagaa yo get (hs teat re
QutcV Sei vice
Beaton'. Angel Food Choco
late, 60c grade; Oni"
this week, per lb UUb
Beaton Drug Co.
15!Ii tad Farnaia
NEW TORK, Oct M.-New Tork swoks
todsy prepared to witness one of the Unrest
political parades In Its history. According
to estimates given out by organisers of the
demonstration between 60.0no and ino.Qon men
will have passed In review at the Worth
monument lrj. Madison squsrs before James
S. Sherman, the republican vice presidential
nominee, and Secretary of State EHhu Root
before I o'clock this afternoon, when orders
to disperse will hs given st Tlmea ao.us.re. '
Arranged by tho Business Men s Republi
can association, ths parade la Intended 'as a
last great Impetus to ths republican cam
paign In this city and has been planned
carefully on an elaborate scale. Rear Ad
miral Joseph B. Coghlan, retired, was
selected aa grand marshal, while other pro
minent republicans were designated to lead
the respective divisions, of which there are
Because of the great number of th parad-
ers, formation In the side streets, between
Worth and East Fourth streets, began
much earlier than 10 o'clock, the hour se
lected for the stsrt. Men carrying all man
ner ef republican political emblems "bis
sticks," "full dinner palls" flags snd ban
nerswere seen hurrying to ths various
formations points In readiness for the
march. The police, too, turned out early
to handle the crowds, two thousand having
been assigned to points along the route.
Beslaesa Interesia represented.
Business snd manufacturing Interests
were well represented, there being among
other delegations wholesale dry goods men.
tsilors, clothiers, grocers, haberdashers.
hardware menrailroad employes, exporters,
engineers, tobacco merchants, coffee
dealers, representatives of the Lawyers'
Taft club, drug merchants and students
from Columbia university. In fact, those
In charge of the demonstration tried to
assemble aa 'diversified a body aa possible,
to take in all classes of business. A mar
shal was selected for each division, with
instructions aa to formation and time for
falling In line.
Rear Admiral Coghlan was assisted as
grand marshal by Commander W, B.
Franklin. U. S. N., as chief of staff and
Colonel Robert M. Thompson, U. 8. A.
Although the last of the parade Is not
due to disperse at Times square until B
m., spectators were quick to seise points
of vantage along the route, starting at
Worth street and Broadway and extending
up Broadway and Waverly place, thence
up Fifth avenue to Times square.
SAFE BLOWERS AT STELLA
Bchalt Loses Large
Robbers Mea Make
STELLA. Neb., Oct. tl. (Special Tele
gram.) The safe of Theodore Sohulta wss
burglarised at 1 o'clock thla morning and
fl,&00 in jewelry and $50 In money were
taken. The men entered through the front
door. A bottlo of nitro-glycerlns and a large
pipe wrench have been found. The explo
sion broke ISO worth of chlnaware for
Adams aV Martin, Jewelry traya were found
near the railroad track. Cltlsens heard two
in the abdominal region is prevented by ths
use of Dr. King's New Life Pills, ths pain
less purifiers. 26c. For sale by Beaton
Talks on Teeth
Dy E. R. L. Murphy.
The trouble with most artificial teeth
Is thst they leek artificial.
They deceive, no one, not even the one
who wears them. For this reason arti
ficial teeth have always been spoken of as
"false teeth," and that Just describes them.
Suppose that we were to promise you
so closely thst you, yourself, would have I
(A think Ivlra If mmll-A l& h.M Ih. .rllM'
flctal teeth began and nature's tect
ended. If we could make this perfect!
plain to you, and you believed .hat we
could do this, you would trsvel a gooil
many thousand of milrs to buy them
teeth, wo take It
Here aad now ws go en rseord and snaks
yon that promlss. All that we require Is
that you have In either Jaw two or more
teeth lfft. With the Alveolar Methnd we
are able to build up and restore all of the
teeth that you have lost. They will b.
natural In looks, but, what la far better,
they will be statural in point of servtoe.
You rsnnot compsre them with any arti
ficial teeth you ever ssw before or lis. I
sny experience with. Alveolar Teeth are
In a class by themselves.
We are constsntly In receipt of letters
from patients who are wearing Alvoolir
Teeth. Allow ua to submit one of them:
"Iear Sirs: Ahout three months agn I
had I teeth In a row put In by your nuv
method, which have given perfect aaiis
factlon since and I can now pick burn t
and bite anything as good as of old. It
Ih a great satisfaction, I assure you, to b
aMe to est corn off the cob again at a
meal. Yours truly.
ChaS. K. Graham." ,
The first step U to pay a visit to one'
of our offices. Naturally we cannot t-ll
you what we can do for you until we have
looked In your month. Dentistry is an In
dividual service. No two cases are alike;
therefore It requires s visit In person.
We like to havo people come ami In
vestigate; In fact. 'e Invite It. We want
the mto ask ua questions, for In no other
wsy can they find out about this great
achievement In dental science, I. e., the
Our book, "Alveolar Dentistry." goes
Into details and Is for those who are too
far away to come and see us Thls.bnolt
In to be had foj the asking, ard let It be
thoroughly unoerstood that w'rither you
call or aend for the book yoi have in
curred no obllaatlon to have anv wort
DR. E. R. L. MURPHY
xtoom SlO XT. T. Life Bldg., .Omaaa.
BTOTB Make a note of our nam and
address to ba on the safe slds. Thsrs ara
Dalr Brush, Tooth Brush Sale
We purchased SOS Hair Brushes, ptalcn
men'a samples, only carried f or t months.
all In good order, regular retail price
ranging from 11.00 to 15.00. Kalu price
sue to 11. uu.
These brushes go on ssle
morning and will he on sale
Remember, there sre 205 Hair unjitiaai
In the lot. and. no two alike. . If you ned
a hair brush this Is a great .opportunity.
The price Is cheap, you can afford to
buy them and lay them aside for Christ
mas. The lot Is assorted as follows:
I, 11.00 Hair Brushes, sale price SOc
80, 1.25 Hair Brushes, sale price. ... ;75o
43, tl.f.0 Hair Brushes, nale price. .. $1.00
in, 12.00 Hair Brusher. sale price. ... 11.25
14, 12. SS Hair Brushes, sale price. . .11. 59
21, 18.00 Hair Brushes, aale price. . .It. 75
12, 12.50 Hair Brushea, sale price. . . 12.25
, 14.00 Hair Brushes, aala price.. $J 60
II, 5.00 Hair Bruahea, sale price. . .IJ.OO
28 Gross Tooth Brushea, worth 20c, !5o
and 3 5c, go on sale, choice ,10o
Myers-Dillon Drag Co.
ltth end Farnam Sts.
until sold f
The Twentieth Century Fanner
One Deltas Per Year.
TAFT COXTINVBS NEW YORK TRIP
Illlaols aad Indiana Also Seeae of
NEW YORK, Oct. St. New Tork. 1111
nols and Indiana, representing eighty-one
electoral votes and still to be regarded as
doubtful states, were the scene 'of final
desperate fighting, on the last dsy of the
last week of the political campaign, and on
them Taft and Bryan today are focusing
their contest for election to tha presidency
Judge Tsft continued his tour In New York
stats, beginning at Elmlra, and with
speeches scheduled at Oswego, Cortland,
Binghamton and Ithaca and a night meet
Ing at Rochester, Mr. Bryan, after a busy
day yesterday In Ohio, devoted todsy to
Indiana. John W. Kern, Mr. Bryan's run,
nlng mate, also campaigned In Indiana to
day. Tonight Mr. Bryan will address
meeting In Chicago.
With Secretary of Stats Root. Jamea S.
Sherman, the republican vice presidential
candidate, was in New York City today to
review ths parada of ths republican bunL
ness men. Mr. Root will speak here to
night, while Mr. Sherman goes for a night
meeting to Kingston, where Governor
Hughes also will speak tonight. Ths gov
ernor had expected to wind up hla cam
paign with ths Kingston meatlng, but
changed his plans and will address severs!
meetings In New York City Monday.
William Randolph Hearst, national chair
man of the Independence party; Thomas L
Hlsgen, the party's candidate for president;
Clarsncs Shesrn, candidate for governor,
and others, will speak tonight at a mass
meeting in Carnegie hall, this city.
Eugena V. Debs in his "Red Special"
toured Wisconsin tqday In ths Interest of
ths socialist party, which nominated him
for the presidency. E, W. Chafln, prohibi
tion prealdentlal candidate, will speak In
Chicago, while A. 8. Watklns, his asststsnt
on ths ticket. Is scheduled to address a
meeting In Detroit. Postmaster General
Meyer will speak In Boston.
BINGHAMTON. N. T.. Oct. Sl.-Ths big
dsy meeting of William H.-Taft In his New
York state campaign was had here. Hs
waa esoortsd through the principal streets
and lustily cheered throughout. At ths
Armory theater an audlenos of several
thousands greeted htm with a great dem
onstration. After being Introduced as "ths
man who haa dons things In distinction to
Mr. Bryan with his oratory" Mr. Tsft, who
waa In aplahdld voice, talked for an hour,
paying particular attention to ths labor
issues. Referring to Mr. Bryan hs said:
"What ws ought to do with Mr. Bryan
Is first te use him ss a fright to the busi
ness community and then by defeating him
Insure ths business future of ths country."
It required sn overflow meeting to sat
isfy the crowds which demsnded to see
and hear Mr. Taft. After his addresa la
the theater, hs spoks from the balcony of
the Bennett hotel and was wildly cheerad
by a great crowd.
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