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SAnother Good Day to Buy Raincoats
A GOOD Raincoat is a treasure; a poor one a disgrace and discomfort to you. A nice thing about a raincoat---a good one---is that it is a dressy, serviceable overcoat for any day, and it sheds rain when you need that quality in a garment. i in amHart Schaffner &Marx Raincoats .; , . , Have every quality to recommend thcm---all-wool fabrics, a point you'll appreciate more and more as you wear one of these coats. The cloth is rainproofed by a special Hart Schaffner & Marx process, the best known; they are stylish, good fitting, and we guarantee their reliability and your satisfaction. Many men with practical eyes are buying the heavier weight raincoats now, getting the benefit of their pro S ,.. tection these rainy days and having a good winter overcoat for cold weather. " A Dozen Fine New Styles Guaranteed S All II. S. & 11. make, gu 'ra.nteed all-wool fodI'l ninplloof, made from choice tholnsltc' aoni foreign fabrics, in exclusive pattternls utid stylish colorings, ilncludilg blek; made full nd mbrella \\\\ \\Iotg tuts nearly all of then have the convertible collasM; ideal, practical coats, in full andi Se wifter weighsi; prices, $25 to $40.I 4-44 Two Extra Values at $22.5.0 1.5 in e u ('1 ill h ivyw igh faitll' f t Miy silt s Ii til' othe ill hletk 'rhiiit I t; allI 02 iinchiei lolng; ibrell with a guarantete that 111& I t'l w oit ivertib' tll pas and Cut with as n h styli 4 may 22.50 IcUII, 4ont'lnK to you, vIa hi 11Vgl t'1 Cots)i,' vi I 11 si O Should the cover crack within one li h r I | .ol t ; l iz/ H................................ year from date of purchase, we will give you a new umbrella FREE. Rubberized Coats $7.00 Gabardine Coats " id ..' ,."" ...,' i ."" lighit weight 1Ptii(.out 4, ialii ftnOiit finlle (i tluille 1abl diln, lilt imlli orted, I'Ilinlli,,f Umbrellas $2 to $15 S utlfllbric of lighI t w'eighl, lt ill(!, uti p intoo pleIn- You can't Imagine a style or handle ***allty rubberised fathric; stylish ill cut (did, it I ih coats, Nutliltbef for g sne real M orV r quality of topping but you'll find it tl', i, nt ill 11'i1t or dry weather; In a t Ill we have to show. All come One straight carload and local shipments aggregating two pmore have been received for our |S fall and winter rubber trade. Wise ones will readily see the advantage in coming here for their rubber footwear. We have at least a dozen different styles for men, women and chil dren, some styles. in as many as five different lasts to assure a perfect fit to all shoes and all styles. You will find our prices considerably lower than those asked in other shoe stores. All new stock, fresh and perfect. FRENCH FRENCH FRENCH .. 10-INCH 12-INCH 18-INCH Cluster Cluster Cluster Royal Head Royal Head Royal Head Tips Tips Tips Plumes Plumes Plumes Worth $2.50 . Worth $3.00 Worth $5,00 Worth $8.00 Worth $12.00 Worth $15.00 $2.00 $2.40 $4.00 i 6^ $6.40 $10.60 $12.00 12-INCH - 16-INCH 18-INCH 20-INCH 24-INCH 27-INCH I 34.INCH Willow Plumes Willow Plumes Willow Plumes Willow Plumes Willow Plumes Willow Plumes Willow Plumes W ill hlnd-tied fl s, ini black, WI h halld-tl ed flues, I in bllack, ili baVint d flues, in black, With nt i -ti I flues, in black, with haid-tied flues, in black, With handl-tied fias, l in black, With hand-tied flues, i black, white anld fanlcy olrs, white Iand fila nlCy Ito , white illd faittcy colors, white and fancy color's, wltllt I fi Is Iy cfn.lor wiiitvo nnl fll ncy :o loita. Regular $8.00 Values. Regular $12.00 Values Regular $16,50 Values Regular $18.00 Values. Regular $22.50 Values Regular $25.00 Values Regular $35.00 Values $6.40 $10.60 $12.80 $14.40 $18.00 $20.00 $25.00 MANUEL DETHRONED 1 BY REVOLUTIONISTS (Contilued From Page One.) is true, although lthe rumors that the king is a prisonellr are not supported. Private advices received from Portugal recently had reference to, the danger, I hreatening the monarchy. A letter from ia well-informed correspondent at lisbon, recoleoed here only last night, criticizes the king as given almost as little to the monarchist cause as to the progressist, and declares that his lack of force in political affairs has been accentuated by public suspicion of his private life. King Unpopular. King Manuel, says the correspond ent, for these reasons has been rapidly' tosing the good. eteaem of 'those whose honest attachment to the Roman chuiCh has bltherto held them loyal to the monarchy in his person. The Times further points out that there have been many recent Indica tjoni 94 approachlng ro'ole, the per 1reItlo of military and naval affairs with republl.ianlsm, rumors that con .'Irvative statesmen were entering into relations with the republican leaders and similar signs that can have only one meaning, while tile court party dis playedc timidity, thus prompting the be. lief that they would offer no serlous resistance to a revolution, which might, therefore, be effected quietly and pos -libly by parliamentary methods. Expeoted, I Itumors of the overthrow of the1 m! lonarchy in Portugal have been cur r, rent nearly ever since Manuel ascended t the, throne, after the assassination of King Carlos and the Crown Prince on February 1, 19811. The Lisbon news papers recently have printed alarnming Sreports of an alleged plot of the clerical party for the overthrow of the Portu f guese government and the establlwh ment of a military dictatorship. Unrest - The seculou declared that the clerl y cal party's strong dissatisfaction with e the policy of the government had n culminated in the organization of a o rebellion to overthrow thle government, selze its members and set up a dlcta Lt torship, the first object of which would be to stamp out the republican politi Soal paltf. inte Mlanuel tcpam 9gveyr elgn halt a dozen cabinets have been formed and have resigned. T'Jhe min-I istry under the presidency of Fran cisco Da Veiga Beirac resigned on June 17, after having recommended the dis solution of the chamber of deputies, which was opposed by the king, as well as the liberals, the monarchists and the republicans. A new cabinet was formed on June 26, with Antonio Leizeira de Sousa as premier. In addition to serious dissensions over political matters, Portugal has been on the verge of a rupture with the Vatican, a fact that has .led to serious conflicts between the clericals and the dnti-clericals. The Vatican has taken occasion' to deny the serious ness of the trouble between it and the Portuguese government, and also as serted that no clerical plot existed for I the overthrow of the monarchy. It was added by a Vatican official that the presence in.Portugal of Alejandro Ler roux, chief of the republicans in spain, had led the Vatican authorities to he lleve that reports of such a plot were Instigated by Lerroltx in order t;i give their enemies a pretext for ant attack off Catholios, A Baltimore man has patented a clothes tree which folds and slides into a ~lbuIar bed post when not in Mee, SCARCELY A QUORUM ATTEND BAR MEETING The bar associtiollt of th u I,'alrlh Judicial tlhatrJet wau Scheduleud for a lllteeCing at 5 o'clock yoeterday after. miolnl In tIhe courtrloomll, but on atccotuntt of' thel Iolslliton trial not beinig 'ollml pleted Ithe root cotuld lnot bh iused., A i inumblll r of the attorney. (inlme to at - tend, but left again upon finding :he rooIl li '"cUplied. Lut r, ... , l)Duntcant gailthlered a few of the Ill( ersll IttL thit I'ro1itia of JUdge Webleter 1and1 callled a ilite(lting to order, only to, tjtlJurl' tort line wek. DECISION AFFIRMED. Washlingtoni, Oct. 4 -(.I,(·plal ,-.-'l'h isecreiltry of the inCorior has aff'lirmed thie decisit.o or the cotllltllitonittilt of tihe lalld office in the ca.te of tooi Northern PItaflc railroad againslttt Charles Henaen, on appeal of the r.ll-, way, In holding for cancellatlio thu I company lndeimnlty section located Inr the Miles COty law 4I8lvQt4 A. 0. ROBIMSOM CASE IN HANDS OF JORY Lhe tri al of A 1tl ur I ). It bltIswtI 'IIarg.lP t It itl assuhltt III thu flilt d'i gt(re.r fr I'tsi'ig chll hlittl t itrdul illy llou~,tltd City lerdler !Herrintg, severl"t j\llx teti il te t to it 1111Jury laitt tel ticipalted anl iti ,'axi wati nit ready ~)UT IN THE COLD, to vit+ly, t Ier . to ,--- te e i tutul+iut e I at' t Ptldetitlc 'Iii It Wiunittl~illlr Iteve ~lu l' slu iiie ltn luxtl t dlt ,-tuC t tie lie tint~ik hIt tuhileti tile tat twit tu1tittiete uverltiek Atrigng tin w tor f~tetp hay were hethi fr teqs1.t odlay. Moue-huntihy aH a cult BeQuvecry Ittis taken t rumorllsaft thlace cpIn the dalty two mu11 for the rl.L two rig the ofters poralem btay werte veil weeke! of the pies ept'.~ voseotnop, The Inl se explir!es with the Ilse of the i+ieII4t. scasoin, hiwver', uitl trs, itohert D)awsion 7vIIns, whi . ownslI theI + ittage, Ihas stated that she does notL! Care to renew it. MYSTERY. Midles, City, Oct. 4,--Tih' verditt of the coroner's jury whi,:h held an in quest over the remainstj of 0. o ). Aitnlni was that lie miet his deatlh at Ithel hands of isome p'rlHnli or persons un knowni to the jur, soell timle bet.L ii letilber 2~'. 1110, aid January 6, 1901, andil an nlvesttlgation by the coullty at torney is recornlliendid. Charles li,'sher is being held on suslllcion. I'. C. Mcl)onahl slept In the hunk over thlio corpsiio for many imonthsl without Isuspecllting its presence. MILLIONS GRAFTED. Chlilcago, Oct. 4.--The estlllllate f the Ilosses uiistained by the Illinois Central t ailroad companlly through farming out its car retarlling was rahsed here todlay iuntil offiials now assert tliut nearly! $2,000,000 was takenl fl'lr the riiiti pItny. At first the loss of the company was placed at $1,000,000. As the hear Silg progressed, It was raised to $1,500. 000 and later developments put the e s itmount at the still hlgher iture. lANY ARE KILLED IN CRASH OF CARS (Continued tFrona Page One.) kill.tdl Id a been take.rn to CarlUi,vill, tlip long dsttliatce tolopholne to that tOWin wis wlsamlped with nmssages ulskiIg I'I the naei is or the killed. Th'le airret of motorm anrl John ll er man oi SItauntonll, whl hillandled tlhe coi ntroller oni the luorthhlblut cal', Ihas len urdere. aiind the police were int strlutl tl ito take hhu into custody. Ile disuappeareil'd and ltas not been locked up to an Ierly hour thise morn SUNIVERSITY AISEMBLY. 'l'(h, regular university assellbly will lie held this lorning at 11:30 in con VocLitUIIon hail. The meeting will bi Sauddressed by Judge Clayberg of lHal So andl Rev. Rl. W, Burtner of the Congregational ohtrebh. This t a. imeeting of the entire school and folso. l ulty and any one wlhbing to atte ,-a the exerelees t. cordially vitg1 '