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THJE ICIUHMO-Mi 1AL LAiil U 21 AA D 2U 'LiiLUtLAM, TTEDXESDAi', JAXUAKY 31, ilH)9.
United States Soldiers, by Di
rection of President, tor
Evacuate Fair Cuba.
ALL DEBTS PAID THURSDAY
OOVERNOR MAGOON STATES RE
ORGANIZED REPUBLIC NOW UN
ENCUMBERED BY DEBTS OF
Washington, D. C, Jan. 27. In ac
cordance with the directions of Presi
dent Roosevelt, the United States
troopB will be withdrawn from Cuba,
tomorrow, In accordance with a re
quest of the citizens of the Island.
This date is the anniversary tF the
birth of Jose Marti, the Cuban patriot.
There are about 5.000 American
troops on the island and their with
drawal will be gradual beginning on
the date named.
Gov. Magoon in a statement recent
ly made declared that "Cuba will en
ter upon the conduct of her own gov
ernment with every chance of success.
The tranquility of the island is com
plete and there is not the slightest
chance of disorder upon the change of
Asked about the reported issue of
bonds, the -governor said : "The Pro
visional government does not need a
bond issue. Certain contracts were
made for sewering the city of Hav
ana and the expenses were to be met
by a bond issue. The bonds were nev
,er ; issued. , The new Cuban govern
ment may be able to meet the expense
of putting Havana in a good sanitary
condition and it. would seem as if the
better plan would be to leave the mat
ter of meeting the debt to the new
government, inasmuch as work under
the contract has only fairly begun. It
may be possible to pay the bill from
current revenues of the city of Ha
vana." Gov. Magoon called attention to the
fact that the United States authorit
ies found a debt of many- millions
hanging over Cuba when the Provis
ional government began. All of this
will have been paid by tomorrow and
all the expenses of extraordinary local
A BOON TO THE
Every woman who does housework
scrubbing and scouring, welcomes
the news that it's now possible to do
so and still keep -the hands in a pre
"Whis"--a soft creamy substance,
something1 V new scours anything
Bcourable and don't affect the most
All grocers and druggists sell it.
LYMAU SUIT HEARD
i BY REGULAR JURY
Case in. Which $200 Damages
fhe suit, of Frederick Lyman vs the
Tcrre Haute, Indianapolis & Eastern
Traction Company was on trial in the
Wayne circuit court yesterday. - The
case is being heard by the regular
letit jury. Lyman asks $200 damages
for being ejected from a car of the
Headaches and Neuralgia from Colds.
LAXATIVE BRO MO Quinine, the
world wide Cold and Grip remedy, re
moves cause. Call for full -name
Look for signature E. W. GROVE, 25c.
A Barometer Which Never Fails,
Though Seldom Believed.
"Taste is the direct guide to the
stomach; and the taste buds are con
nected by the nerves with the stom
ach itself, so that they represent Its
health and disorder. If the stomach or
its juices are out of tone, the blood Is
fermented by a change In the alkaline
or acid condition, and these reach the
mouth both directly and Indirectly.
"The taste buds are in the tongue,
and are mounted by hairlike projec
tions called papillae: they cover the
surface of the tongue."
"When you taste these buds rise up
and absorb the liquid; inform the
nerves; the nerves tell the stomach,
and the food is acceptable or not, just
as the stomach feels."
i The above remarks on taste comes
from an eminent authority and sim
ply explains why when one. smells
cooking or sees food one thinks he
can eat, but when he tastes he learns
the stomach is out of business.
To the person who cannot taste
aright, who relishes no food and sim
ply forces himself to eat, Stuart's
Dyspepsia Tablets- hold the secret of
enjoyable eating, perfect digestion
and renewed general health.
Most men wait until their stomachs
are completely sickened before they
think seriously of assisting nature.
When your taste for food is lost it
is a certain sign the stomach needs
attention. Stuart's Dyspepsia Tablets
cure such stomafh;. They restore
sweetness of breath, renew gastric
juices, enrich the blood and give the
stomach the strength and rest neces
sary to general duty.
Forty thousand physicians use Stu
art's Dyspepsia Tablets and every
druggist carries them in stock; price
50c per box. Send us your name and
address and we will send you a trial
package free by mail. Address, F. A.
Stuart Co., 150 Stuart Bldg., Marshall,
Y. M. C. A. LECTURER
NO SPEAK TO BOYS
Want Boys Department for
T. A. Crosby, of Chicago, Interna
tional secretary of the V. M. C. A. in
charge of the boys' department of the
western field will speak to the boys
of the local association Thursday eve
ning, and the Ladies' Auxiliary on
Friday afternoon. The Indiana state
association intends to form a boys'
department-and it is about this that
Mr. Crosby "will speak. In theTeven
ingt he boys will give a banquet in
WERHLE BOARD TO
To Consider Temporary Quar
The full board of the Wernle Or
phan's Home will meet on February
2 to consider plans for housing the
children during the reconstruction of
their present quarters. The board
hopes to have places provided for all
the children before March 1, when con
tractor Lamb expects to start to work
on razing the old building in order
that the new may be built on the
same location. It is probable that
temporary quarters will be provided
at the home.
The Lady Why do you men tramp
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A! guy can't lay down an sleep all de
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No rubbish, trash or out-of-date merchandise in bur store. Everything Is
brand new. Note the quality and the makers oi our clothing.
ALL $25 HART, SCHAFFNER & MARX SUITS TO GO AT CLEARANCE SALE PRICE 519.75
ALL $22 HART, SCHAFFNER & MARX SUITS TO GO AT CLEARANCE SALE PRICE SI 0.75
ALL $20 HART, SCHAFFNER & MARX SUITS TO GO AT CLEARANCE SALE PRICE - S 15.75
ALL $18 HART, SCHAFFNER & MARX SUITS TO GO AT CLEARANCE SALE PRICE SI 4.25
ALL $15 HIGH GRADE CL0THCRAFT SUITS, CLEARANCE SALE PRICE SI 1.25
ALL $12.50 HIGH GRADE CLOTHCRAFT SUITS, CLEARANCE SALE PRICE S 0.75
ALL $10 HIGH GRADE CL0THCRAFT SUITS, CLEARANCE SALE PRICE...: - $ 7.25
All Menu's airad Yoiininig Menu's Oveircoatts airadl
Tponnseirs tto toe acipMceffi
Not an Overcoat for Man or Young Man is reserved. You simply take
your choice of the house at prices named.
All $25.00 Hart, Schaffner & Marx Overcoats ..$19.75
All $22.00 Hart, Schaffner & Marx Overcoats ..$16.75
All $20.00 Hart, Schaffner & Marx Overcoats ..SI 5.7 5
All $18.00 Hart, Schaffner & Marx Overcoats ..$14.25
All $15.00 Clothcraft Overcoats, clearance price ..$1 1.25
All $12.50 Clothcraft Overcoats $ 8.75
Needless to dwell on the quality of these trousers. They are conceded th.
best, and at these prices are beyond competition's realm.
Men's High Grade $6j00 Trousers for .3LX6
Men's High Grade $5.00 Trousers for ....... .-C4t0
Men's $3.50 Trousers S2.75
Men's High Grade $4.00 Trousers for S3. 2 5
Men's $3.00 Trousers S2.25
Men's $2.50 Trousers .21.00
Men's $2.00 Trousers ---SI.55
All $1.50 Pants for Men -CI.Ki
A general clean-up takes
place everything moves.
All $12.50 Boys' Over
coats at S7.25
All $10.00 Boys' Over
coats at ..-.--.--$6.75
All $8.00 Boys' Over
coats at .. ...$5.75
All $7.00, $6.00 and
$5.00 Overcoats for
$4.75, $4.25 and S3. 25
Clearing of Boys' Clothing
For clearing we have five special lots of straight knee pants suits for boys
make good school wear, at one half off.
$7.C0 Boys' Suits .....$3.50
$5.00 Boys' Suits 2.50
$6.00 Boys' Suits $3.00
$4.C0 Boys' Suits , $200
Extra Special All $3.50 Boys' Suits.... $1-75
Boys' Blouse and Knickerbocker Suits and Overcoats all at Clearance Sale
All $7.00 High Grade Suits for the boy, go at $5.75
All $6.C0 High Grade Suits for the boy, go at $4.75
All $5X0 High Grade Suits for the boy, go at $3.75
The above reason of why we give this Clearance Sale is important to us
but the most important reason to you is the price and the high char
acter of the goods now placed at your disposal.
A very large collection, all high
All $1.00 high grade
Caps for .75c
All 75c high grade Caps.. 05 0
All 50c high grade Caps.. 3 Co
Boys' Straight Pants,
worth $1. and 50c a
pair, for each, 65o and 35c
You Can Find What You Want. Everything Reasonable and Seasonable.
MOSENBLOOM, BUNTM & CO., 824 MAM STOEET
Wednesday "Too Many Wives.
Thursday "Princess. Bonnie.
Friday "Princess Bonnie."
Saturday "The Wolf."
All Week High Class Vaudeville.
"Too Many Wives."
The musical comedy, "Too- Many
Wives,", the attraction at the Gennett
theater this evening, . , announces a
novel extra feature in "La Manolita,"
the famous Spanish dancer, with her
own company, of twelve people, pre
senting "The Dance of the Veils." In
a series of tableaux dancing "La Man
olita" depicts the charming of Herod
and advance reports of the dance are
Next Saturday evening at the Gen
nett promises to be a notable event,
the occasion being the first presenta
tion in this city of Sam S. and Lee
Shubert's "The Wolf," the play that
set-all Chicago talking. for more than
ten weeks, during its run in that city
at the Chicago opera house. A mat
inee will also be given. "The Wolf
is from the pen of Eugene Walter,
author of several dramas, but it is so
different from the usual run of plays
that it leaves a distinct Impression of
its own upon the mind of the specta
tor. The story and theme is new.
There is an abundance of bright dia
logue, droll humor and the pathos and
sentiment of the play are not of the
artificial sort.: The stage settings
are remarkably elaborate and many
of the scenes are so well managed
as to receive hearty applause. The
engagement of "The Wolf" promises
to be a record-breaker.
that now all interest seems to be in
"what is Princess Bonnie going to
The opera was written by Willard
Spencer well known also for his other
successes, "Miss Bob White," "The
Little Tysoon" etc., and his most pop
In the cast of the production are
the musical and dramatic element of
the city, the list of the principals
consisting of Miss Josephine Cates,
Juliet Swayne, Marie Kaufman, Pearl
Hasecoster, Roy Lacey, Howard
Kamp, Myron Malsby, Raymond
Swing, - Walter Eggemeyer, W. R.
Poundstone. A chorus of more than
fifty voices will be greatly in evidence
on the musical numbers. A great
feature will be a most beautiful Span
ish dance by sixteen of Richmond's
most: charming younger set.
With assurances of playinff to a
packed house on Thursday and Friday
evenings, when "Princess Bonnie" will
be on the boards at- the Gennett. ev
ery member of the big cast taking
part in the production together with
the members of the St. Paul's Guild un
der whose auspices the opera is, being
staged, feel in a great way, paid for
their untiring efforts toward making
"Princess Bonnie" the most success
ful amateur production ever in Richmond.-.
The first rush for seats has been a
great one, in fact practically the body
oi the house has already been eoM m
The Only Way
Many Richmond Citizens Have Dis
Just what to do , when the kidneys
are affected, is a question that con
cerns both young and old. Weak kid
neys neglected in childhood lead to
life-long suffering. People of ad
vanced years, with less vitality, suffer
doubly. In youth or age, languor,
backache, urinary irregularity, dizzi
ness and nervousness make life a bur
den. There is one remedy that acts di
rectly on the kidneys and cures these
troubles. Doan's Kidney Pills owe
their world-wide fame to the fact that
they cure sick kidneys and cure them
permanently. Follow the example of
this Richmond citizen and you will be
convinced that this Is so.
Mrs. James Henry Brokamp, 62
Sherman street, Richmond, IncL, says:
"Doan's Kidney Pills have been used
in my family off and on for at least
six years and they have brought sucb
good results that we always keep a
supply on hand. Whenever an attack
of backache or any other symptom of
kidney complaint appears, Doan's
Kidney Pills are used and they never
fail to bring relief. . I have no hesita
tion in recommending this remedy."
- For sale by all dealers. Price 50
cents. . Foster-Milburn Co.. Buffalo,
New York, sole agents for the United
Remember the name Doan's and
take no other. .
SHE WILL BESPOHSOR
Miss Cahall Selected to Chris
ten the United States
Wilmington, Del., Jan. 27. Miss
Anne P. Cahall of Bridgeville has ac
cepted the invitation of Governor Lea
to christen the new battleship Dela
ware, when she is launched at New
port News, Va., early In February.
The appointment of Mies Cahall as
sponsor for the new "American
Dreadnought is a courtesy to the suc
cessor of Mr. Lea as state executive.
Miss Cahall being a niece of Governor-elect
With the announcement of the early
launching of the battleship bearing
the state's name the Women's Chris
tian Temperance Union of Delaware
has renewed its fight to have the
giant 20,000 ton vessel christened
with water. The Delaware and her
sister ship, the North Dakota, now
under construction, will be the larg
est battleships up to the present in
the United States navy. They each
have ten 12-inch and fourteen 5-inch
guns in their armament. Each vessel
will have a displacement of 20,000
tons and both are designed for a speed
of twenty-one knots. .
'Mary's Lamb." opera mosle to be at Geaaett early la FeTs.
"Rlclunoaa Rag." by May Atrieleraeloe.
-Daale Girl Uarea." Boy Allea.
At kkobfs r.:us:c sum, 5 n m si
Call for 10c Catalog of Sheet Music
Albert O. Martin, D. D. S.
Colonial Building, Rooms 18 and 19. PHONE 1637
Relieves soar stomach,
palpitation of tbe heart. Oigieia what you eat
DALF WEEK JAN. gsTTL
Entire change of pragram Monday
Tickets for "Princess Bonnie" will
be on sale at the box office any time
sites. 10 asO. Xneadax UteOu
7 Other Dig Acts.
Adniiarioa -10 cents to .all parts of
Coliseum, Thursday Evening Jen. 28.
Skattnfl Toesaay. Tharaaay aa Sataraay
Lessee and U or.
The Mitten thai Brothers Amusement Co. Present the Little Slaglaa;
In the Care-Free Musical Comedy
"Two Iamy Vflveo"
Book and Lyrics by Charles Horwitx. Music by Frederick .V. Bow
Sale at the Box Office at 10 O'clock, a. m. -Prices
11.00, 75c, 50c, 25c
Offer EXXXHZ. WftXTEieS
GEFuJETT THEATRE I fextt
m rv a.,. and u1(UM, A 8torjr tt Great Hudson
Harry G. oommera Lessee ana Manager n.,. SI n
at the Lyric (Shubert's) Thea
tre, New York City, and Four
Months at the Chicago Opera
House and Gsrrick (Shubert's)
Theatre, Chicago. , Free List
positively suspended. . t.
-The Woir is a play Chat one
remembers and thinks . sboat
loos; after the curtain falls."
Peoria (IIL) Journal, Nor. 22.
1908. Sale opens Thursday
morning. Jan. 29, 10 a. m.
Prices Matinee. 25. 50. 73, SL
Night, 25c 50c 75c ILCJ,
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