The Denison Daily Herald. (Denison, Tex.), Vol. 18, No. 64, Ed. 1 Wednesday, September 26, 1906 Page: 1 of 8
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DENISON, TEXAS, WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 26, 1906.
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No finer clothing made In
the United States than Hi S.
& M. Any reputable cloth-
ing man will tell you that,
and we believe the H. S. &
M. line has more style and
snap than other lines of fine
clothing and we sell this line
of fine clothing cheaper, sav-
ing you from
$2.50 to $7.50
on a single suit. If you are
a caBh buyer it's quite a sav-
ing, If you buy on credit at
other places you are paying
big interest. Better pay cash
and save that money. Think
it over and compare our fine
' $15, $16.50, $18,
$20.00 AND $22.50
with an* line you can find In
this city or any other. Also
good makes in men's suits at
$7.50, $0.50, $10,
$12.50 AND $13.50
Copyright |i$06 by
Htrt Schaflfhej •< Marx
And boys' clothing that
knocks out all comers,
$1.50, $2.00, $2.50,
$3.50, $4 AND $5.
Largest stock of/ clothing In Grayson County to select from. And
| any suit you buy gu aranteed to give you satisfaction or your money
back. Come and loo>k; try them on; compare with others.
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MOBILIZING UNCLE 8AM'6 BLUE
^ACKET8# FOR 8ERVICE IN
I8LANO OF CUBA.
TAFT ON THE SITUATION
Secretary Says Cuban Elections Were
Rotten and That the Whole Island
Is'In a Disgusting State—In*
terventton Believed to Be
the Only 8olutlon.
New York, Sept. 26.—Orders were
received yesterday by Capt. Reeder,
acting commandant of the navy yard,
to send a battalion of marines from
the barracks and receiving ship in the
yard to League Island, where they
will board the armored cruiser Ten-
nessee to go to Cuba. One hundred
and eighty blue jackets were sent at
8 o'clock last evening to League Is-
land. Two hundred and fifty marines
will be sent to Philadelphia today.
Not since the SpaniBh-American war
has the naty yard been in such a
bustle at night,' The plap<j was bril-
liantly lighted, detachments of men
marched here and there and orderlies
rushed about to the various command-
ing officers. Along toward midnight
things settled down a little, and the
men having leave to remain up after
taps started in on a general jollifica-
tion. Singing and dancing were start-
ed, the men apparently being over-
joyed at the prospects of active ser-
WABASH FAST MAIL WRECKED
NEAR CATLIN, ILL., EARLY
70 MILES AN HOUR
Flames Caused by Explosions of Gas
Tanks Under Cars Add to Horror
of Scene-r-Eight Persons Kill-
ed and Many Injured, •
DEMANDS U8E OF FORCE.
Taft Says Elections Were Rotten and
Situation Is Disgusting.
Havana, Sept 26.—Secretaries Taft
and Bacon informed the Associated
Press yesterday afternoon that they
were thoroughly disgusted with the
petty methods of the government
leaders here and the American com-
mlseHoners admitted that they had
practically abandoned hope of bring-
ing peace unless they used force. Mr.
Taft said: %
"The government officials instead
of cooperating with us to save the
Republic, have resorted to every kind
of obstruction with the object of con-
tinuing their control of the adminis-
tration. President Palma and his ad-
visers have nej<K!ted terms of peace
which were honorable to them, though
in the form of a compromise with
their opponents. We are still striving
to arrange a settlement and we trust
the American people will give us cred-
it for doing everything possible to ac-
complish a settlement without resort-
ing to force. I can not say that we
are hopeful, for I have known a more
disgusting situation. Investigation
convinces us that the elections were
thoroughly rotten. We do not want
to intervene, but the conditions af-
fected may necessitate It. Our re-
ports show that the Insurgent com-
manders have lost control of their
forces, which are now lawless bands
that may at any moment loot and
burn. The situation demands the use
The American commissioners Tiavo
decided not to keep their engagement
to revisit President Palma because of
his attitude today.
Secretary Taft admitted that, the
terms agreed upon were to retain Pal-
ma as president, but he had listened
to the bad counsel of , cabinet minis-
ters who wero less fortunate.
The situation here has been cabled
to President Roosevelt.
Indianapolis, Ind., Sept. 26.—A spe-
cial to the News from Peru, Ind.,
where the division headquarters of
the Wabash railroad are located,
Wabash fast mail train No. 8, run-
ning seventy miles an hour, dashed
through an open switch and ran Into
a freight train at Catlin, 111., early to-
, Eight persons were killed and many
The dining car alone escaped the
flames which followed the explosion
of gas tanks under the coaches. The
injured are being taken to Danville,
Among the dead are:
ENGINEER BUTLER. Peru. Ind.
FIREMAN WALTER ELLISON,
POSTAL CLERK IRA HARDING.
Forty-one people were injured,
mostly cuts and burns. <
Among the injured are ftour chil-
dren of Mrs. Livingston of \ Kansas
City, who were thrown but of the car
window by the mother, buty were
caught in the debris and badlyt burn-
ed. Four children of Mrs. i. H.
Walsdalm of Guleph. Ontario, \\were
hurt and all may die.
QUIET IN ATLANTA.
Situation Under Control and Business
Resumes .Normal Proportions.
Atlanta, Ga., Sept. 26.—The race
riot situation was in absolute control
this morning and business resumed
normal proportions. The city schools
opened well attended and nil manu-
NEW YORK REPUBLICANS.
Copyright 1906 by Hart Schaffner & Marx
M if. mens;
Generally Believed Charies E. Hughes
Will Be Nominated.
Saratoga, N. Y.f Sept. 25.—It was
generally believed before the Republi-
can state convention met today that
Charles E. Hughes will be nominated
for governor by acclamation late this
afternoon. It is definitely stated that
Lieutenant Governor Bruce is out of
the race for governor. The platform
will bo adopted at the first session of
Charles E. Hughes was nominated
by acclamation for governor by the
Republican state convention today.
The platform endorses the administra-
tions of President Roosevelt and Gov-
ernor Higgins and deplores mob vio-
Wise Talks By
The Office Boy
Jerome to Fight Hearst.
Buffalo, N. Y., Sept. 26.—Jerome
says If the Republicans nominate a
decent man for governor he will go on
the stump and plead for the defeat of
ie;ir In y6uf pocket buy from us, that's ail we ask.
•((►predate your trade more or serve jou better than
LACE TO BUY SHOES
THE l>UCE TO BUY SHOES
London Punch Pictures Roosevelt as
Policeman with Big Stick.
New York, Sept. 26.—A London dis-
patch to the Times says that Punch
this week has a full page cartoon on
the Cuban situation. The picture Is
entitled, "A Policeman's Lot."
President Roosevelt, In a police-
man's uniform, and with a big stick,
is the central figure. To two Cuban
duelists he calls out:
"Now, then, you two, stop that j
"What'll you do If we don't," de-
mand the combatants.
"Guess I'll make It mighty unpleas- J
ant for you," Policeman Roosevelt re- ]
"And for myself, too," he remarks
In an aside.
BAILEY RETURNS HOME,
Says He Will Not Notice Challenge of
H. F. Ring of Houston.
Dallas. Tex.. Sept. 26.—United
States Senator Bailey left Dallas for
his home in Gainesville, via Fort
Worth, at noon in company with Jot
Gunter. When asked for an expres-
sion concerning the challenge of H.
F. Ring of the Good Government Club
of Houston. Mr. Bailey said:
"I shall not notice* this challenge or
similar doings of H. F. Ring or his
associates In the club he represents.
Whatever I may have to say in that
or similar connection I will say pub-
licly to the people of Houston when
I make a speech in that city."
Mr. Bailey ha^ not fixed the date
of his Houston speech.
| NEw YORK D
A. Hearst to*Be Nominated
J N. Y;, SepU t2«-Befote the
itie state conjv«cnHon met. to-
indications j^ted to the nom-
William Tbnendolpli Hearst
•n or. The committee on reso^
«ntll «« 25^'hour
looming, it it ^ understood the
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platform will have a Bryan plank. It
will also declare for municipal owner-
ship of public unities, later being
qualified by a local option clause.
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Stensland Arrives In Chicago.
Chicago, III.. Sept. 26.-PanI O^
'Stensland, the fugitive president of
the Milwaukee Avenue State Bank, ar-
rived in Chicago today from New
York He was taken immediately to
the Criminal Court building.
Missouri Confederate Veterans.
Joplin, Mo., Sept. 26.—The "men
who wore the gray" have captured
Joplin and nrll! remain In possession
of the city two days. The occasion
Is the annual reunion of the Missouri
division of the United Confederate;
Veterans, which was formally opened
this morning. The business sessions
of the reunion are being held In the
Club theater, with Gen. J. B. Gantt.
justice of the Missouri supreme court,
presiding. The large attendance nnd
the splendid entertainment provided
for the veterans and their friends
combine to give promise of one of the
most successful reunions of recent
MRS. ASTOR IMPROVING.
Son Cuts Short Trip 3ecause of His
New York. Sept. 25.—A speol.il to
the Tribune from Newport, R. I, says
that Col. John Jacob Astor arrived at
Newport last night and went at once
to Beach wood, the .imne o? his moth-
er, Mrs. William Astor. whers be will
remain until It is decided what the
plans for the future of Mrs. A J tor are
to be. Col. Astor has just ref.irne.l
from Europe. He cut ihoxt b<* Europ-
can visit because of his mother's Ill-
Nothing could be tea-oed at Beach-
wood as to the plans for Mrs. Astor.
l.ut a conference *PI be held today,
nhen It is llkefr that a decision will
Mrs. Astor is able to drive out every
afternoon and. according to her physi-
cians. is Improving slowly.
Well Known Electrician Dead.
New York. Sept. 26.—Alfred S
Brown, for many years an electrical
engineer for the Western Union Tele-
graph Company, died yesterday. He
began as an operator and worked his
way through various positions until
he became superintendent of Hie
Eastern district. He held this posi-
tion for ten yesra. until he was raado
chief electrician for the company. Mr.
Brown was 71 year* old.
Ma says "A kind word thrown
at a husband wil go farther to-
wards a new bonnet than a roll-
ing pin will." She gets up In
tho air at Pa occasionally and •
they hand each other a few
packages. I heard her say the
other day, "It's no disgrace for
a woman to make a mistake in
marrying; almost every woman
does It." That will hold him for
a while, I guess. I've come to
the conclusion that a woman
gets the worst of It In most
cases. Why, honest, I don't
know what Pa would do without
a woman like Ma to keep him
In the straight and narrow and
have him look respectable.
Why, do you know, she buys all
his shirts, collars, underwear,
etc.—that's the reason I've got
such a good job. When we came
hero to live. Ma started in to
find the best and most reliable
firms to deal with; she got
stuck on the Wootton & Hayes
store and their honorable way
of doing business. She kept
saying, "If I could only get
Willie (that's me) with a house
like that, I believe half my wor-
ry would be over." Well, to
cut It short, I'm "It." Take It
from me on tho level, everybody
ought to trade here.
Wootton & Hayes.
National Bank of Denlson,
SURPLUS and PROFITS.. 100.M*
J. X McAleater, H. Reaenaburgw
W. B. lit union, C. 8. Cobb.
A. 8. Burrows. P. ,J. Brennat*
3. B. McDougali. R. S. Legato.
C. C. Jinks. W. 8. Itl.ibHrd, |
NO INTEREST PAID ON
facturlng plants are again working.
All saloons remain closed and licenses
to negro bars and low restaurants
have been rescinded. There was no
disorder last night. Fourteen com pa*
nlea of mllltla are still here.
BLACK AND WHITE
BLUE AND WHITE
This wool cloth will make ■
beautiful fall suit or skirt as
small checks are popular; line
them with silk if you want or
a mercerized lining; price
BEAUTIFUL BLACK VOILE
New piece 46-Inch, good, black,
81 00 y«r±
YOUR MONEY RETURNED
IF NOT SUITED.
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Keep your skin young and
active. Dont let It grow flabby.
Prevent wrinkles. Help the
blood to come to the surface
and have rosy cheeks.
By massaging your face, say
twice a week, with our Maasage
Cream, after a good dash and
a vigorous rubbing, you will do
all this. Surely you want a
beautiful complexion, which Is
one of the greatest of personal
charms. Prico of Cream, 25c
and 50c a jar. It's very heal-
This season we added a line o! clothing that
was created especially for chaps in their big
teens and little twenties and (or men who
are young enough in spirit to want young
men's clothes. They're swagger, smart and
snappy. Different from anything other mer-
chants are showing. Priced all the way from
S10.00 UP TO S22.50
We have searched the market high and low,
and these are the best that money can buy.
They are high grade fabrics, skilfully and
honestly wrought, with a fit and style that
sometimes makes us wonder how it's done.
•No Clothing Fit Like Ours. "
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