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THE TWIC--A-Vni-K"MnRALD, OCTOtJnR 2.1,1906
ON CUBAN Gily of Havana Seems to Thursday's HurricaneMarines Are Re porled Safe Hundreds Homeless. STEALERS Tobacco Plant Crop Washed Replanling Mayor cf Batabano Issues Appeal tor Aid for Hie Destitute Reports Come In. Slowly, Havana, Oct. 20. Rcporta of the damage dona by the atorui In (ho In tcrlor of the Inland continue to come dowly. Tho extent of tho du tunic to tho tobacco crop In Hie province of rinnr Del Rio la not fully known hut It l believed a great deal of ttbacco was planted I at this year on erouut of tho continued ralnB, honco t.n plants are not yet sprouted and many ftd bed are waited out ne ctsmltatlnn replanting .which .will re tard tho crop. Tho atorm I reported aovore In Vuclti, 'Abajn district of Tlnar Del Wo. Tho principal storm outside of Havana is reported at BuUbuno .where seven men were drowned. Tho Amor lean, gtcumers Campbell and Sara are wrecked, many houses do- ktroyod and two hundred persons are rendered homeless. The mayor of I'iatubuno baa Issued au appeal for the relict of the destitute and Gov crnor Nuncs of Havana' province will proceed there today .with funds and food supplies. Brunt of storm necma to hare been sustained fcg tho cltyj of Havana and suburbs, f , t ' fleavy IiOo of LlfO JacKsonvlllo, Florida, Oct. 20. "A special frm Miami nuyB the steamer Ft, Lucid wus crushed by tho high waves In Thursday's hurricane and out of 100 passengers on board thirty-five wrro lost. Tho steamer Pccr )eg was alao lofit and about the Banie numbtr being blown off tho vessol. FinR IX KANSAS CITV 9150,000 the lMlnmlcri Low High Wind' Prevailed Kantis City. Oil. ' 2.--. fire iwhlch slai 1 .-rl ii!i i;:l" before tills afternoon in u imoUi connected wlih Si street fair In Isar.nu; l.'Hy, Kan., caused loss estimated at ove $150,000 ""d ''"' " t'1"" larealened the business center. A high wind tnadrt It difficult to fight tho flames Knd it was necessary to call for help from this city. Tho Musonlc tem ple valued 150,000 contained eigh ty booths containing valuable exhib its of various kinds and five resi dences wero destroyed und tho Cen tral Christian church was damaged. Maryland Golf Tourney, Baltimore, Md Oct. 20. The Maryland fall handlcup golf tourna merit opens thla afternoon on the littks of tho Maryland Country club, (with Bonio of tho best players in the itato entered. Tho qualification round, 18 holes, will bo pluycd this afternoon tho first sixteen to qualify "for tho presidents cup, and tho Bee end sixteen to bo ellglbto to compete for tho governors cup. Tho first round in both classes must bo played joff by Tueuday evening, and the sec ond round by Thursday evening. 'The semi-finals will bo completed cd Saturday. Tho trophies offered lncludo the presidents cup, tho governor's cup, the handicap tup and a club con? fcolatloa prize, Sc jnumaii-llelnk In Gotham. New York, Oct. 20. Carneglo hall js r-owded with music lovers this af ternoon, the occasion being the ap pearance of Mmo. Schumun-Holnk In tMa rltv for tho first time in three years. The program includes ,hPk"e Sfhiiman song cycle "Frauen Llcbe tind Lebcn," and three novelties with orban . aeconipenlinent by Holding, TUff aul Karl Kobes. TIUh will be thr-youly visit or tho prima dona to Vox!. York this, neauin. , Mmc-Schuinan-Helnk Opened her I I . t it' ' r ' ' ' ' ' '"'"'" .(W e ) ii. r- r Y STORED SAD. Have 'Received Brunt of Out in Sections, Necessitating The- InunehTKIiuorii capsized and I thought to be a total loss. At I.cjiik Key forty men wero picked tip '"' are afe. There wan u heavy losn of life on the dredges at Long Key, Marine l amps Slightly Damaged Washington, I). C, Oct. 20. Miijj adler General Elliolt, conimandatil. or the marines, today received a cnble Bi'am from Commandant of Marines Chapman nt Havana, stating that tho marine camps suffered only alight damuge, and that there were no cuHiialitieg among the men and all were well. All army transport sent to Cuba with troops uud supplies have been beard from excepting the Robert. Wright and Lnupur, which sailed from Newport News October 15. ' Raved Fuly-XInc Men Key West, Florida, Oct. 20. The Austrian ateanier Jennie, Captain Duddnlcb. called at this port lo leave forty-nine workmon picked up at sea near tho Bahama count, mo miles from Key West. Tho men were part of a force of 150 workmen be longing to a barge engaged In coast extension work.. Most of the others" wero either drowned or killed In the storm caily Thursday. Nino of the barges crowd od with workmen engaged In exten sion work were at sea nt the time. There Is no news of these and It Is feared that all were lost. Tiirce oili er steamers assisted the .Tenuis In rescue and It Is not known how many lives wero saved. American tour at the Maine, musical festlvnl at Hunger October I, Her contract with Manager Henry YVolf sohn calls for ninety concerts. All parts of the country from tho Allan tie to tho Pacific and from Canada to the (iulf of Mexico, will be visited. Twenty-six concerts will be given on the Pacific const, Including tureo in San Frauclsco, where the singer Is a favorite. At tho recent Wagner festivals In Huyrouth, Mum. Schuntun-Holnk had the greatest success of' her career, tho German critic, unstintedly prais ing her voico as that of nn artist whom one is only privileged to hear In many generations. Unheard of sums were offered he rto remain Id Germany, but all of theso wero re fused. Ten Men Killed In lire Birmingham, Ala., Oct. 19. Ten men were burned to death and two perhaps fatally Injured by a' fire which destroyed Mrs. E. IS.'.WttUoy's boarding house, llSKThlril.uvenuo earlv this morning. Eight of, (he dead wero street car employes. For you i to . en EXCEPTIONAL OPPORTUNITY gage in the' Heal Estate and Fire Insurance Imsi ness. no capital required n long as yoiunre honest and umbltloiis. assist y6u in establishing an orftre of your own; many nrc niuklug from l,.V)0 to W-LDOO yearly. In this bus I ness. I give you valuable? lof'Uuia tlon that has coat me years of time snd many thousand dollars to oh tain; I insist you in getting the sole agency, for your town of the blsg",t and best FIro Insurance Companies; qualify you to do Conveyancing, Mortgaging. Writing of Polirfts. co operate and work; with me, Write mo toaay ror iree pururuiarji-anout my New and Original Method, Fall- Impossible, Address, :-' Oznuin A. Tarbell'SouthlBcnJ lnd. TrJ-1807 Dr. , J. Hanna, spoclaliaUon dis eases of the eye, oarnose and throat, is lo his office -in theEborstSdt build-' log evory-day. Hours 9-12:1-5. eV'eVi ...l-'' t'l'rr ( '.' 'V X WRECKED 4 ALLLt.FD REVOLUTIONISTS Mexican Arrested nt F.I I'mhu lie. Ilcvcd Connected With Jiliitit El Paso, Oct, 50, Five men wero arrested early thin morning charged with being Mexican revolutionists. Papers captured show connection with the Junius In other Texas towns and abio in Ft. J.ouh. ' Among those nrrested General Pedro Gonzufes, alleged leader; Lau to ARUlrro, niiMlhlior of Social Re form, a Mexican daily. The most sensational arrest In that of Captain Castro of the Jurats military garri son. Simultaneously with tho raids on this shin of tho river, the Mexican Hutuorllli's raided the houses of Cul diyi .laare and arrei ted. seven men. Absoliile sllctice Is maintained on both side.", of til" river regarding tho arrests. ' Mexicans Organize Houston, Oct. 20. Advices from the Rio Grande slate that h band of Mexican rcvolutlonlsla hnve been or ganlxed to forcibly release the prls oners itured lu the recent, raids bv the federal mid Texas authorities at Laredo, Viable Puss,-Klo Grand City and other points. Men nro already In the field. ac cording to reports received. It Is declared that after releasing the lm- prlhiined revolutionists Ihe expedition into Mexico will be Inaunurnted. 'I AM MAN NOW" i:lund Ciolssinit Shoots !io(bcr Al leging Itl Trenlnient fit. l.ouls, Oct. 20. Albert Crolssaut, jiresldent of ho Crois sant Slaiionery company, was shot through the abdomen and probably fatally wounded today by his brother Edward. As ho shot Edward ex claimed. "I nm man now" Edward has been in sanitarium and asserts his brother exerted hypnotic, spell over in in. WftFCKFO AT HOVSTOX 1'weiily People Thought to Wo In jured Special Train Houston, Oct, 20. A paRsenger train Is reported wrecked eighteen miles north of 1he city and twenty passengers Injured. A special train bus been sent to tho scene, liefer to Cairio Nation. (lutlirlo, Okla.,Oct. 20. Out of deference to Mf. Cnrrlo Nation, ,who Is a member of 'tho Logan County Press association, the Members of that oix'snlzntlun abandoned their plans for a smoker; to be given in conned loh wUh the editorial inec.Ung uere today, and will give Instead a reception ann iimcneon, wnicn wiu be puiililiuited In by tho wives and tswet thearls of tho editors. Addross es. on matters connected with news )jer work, will bo made by soveral prominent Oklahoma editors. ' -;! Illks Held a Fair. - ' New London, Conn., Oct, 21. The Ellis' fair and jubilee week re ebrallon began today and promises to be the most successful event of tho kind ever held in tho state. Mem bers of the order are expected to come from nil over New England during tho fair, which wllj'iast nil of next week. Milwaukee Fight Tonight, Milwaukee, Wis., Oct. 19. Jack Dougherty, tho Mlywaukne welter weight, will meet Willie Fitzgerald' In a ten -'round bout hero tonight. The men nro evenly-marched and a. close flght.'ls expected. ..... -A if) A BCirMf iMMiJM- , &GrGnm of Jrfer Powder. :.v "FJado Fram Grapoa ' ti,'. .CtJ.JfXfjif '' spi conns Mill LAST SW1 Long Threatened - Rupture Between State and Church Is Again the Chief Subject for ' Discussion in 'National Parliament. TO :SLAY For Centurlas, Sunny, Gare Free Spam Has Bsen a Strong hold For Churc'v But ftev a Ctaje Has Ccme Ties Are AScut ' 1 , Mud!ld,'Ocf20. The Cortes, the Spanish parliament, re;is.-;eiiibled to day, and tho long-threatened rup ture between tb goerninent and the Vatican la again tho lihf subject of discussion. While the leaders of the Liberal party di-clnro it in not their Intention to ral.:o tho subject of i-.cp-erallon of church n tut stale, It Is known' that many decidedly nntl-cb r leal measures will bo brought before tho present parliament to bo used ns nn opening wedge for more dras tic reforms. That, tho church Is alarmed nt. the present status of of nffalrs there Is no denying. Trouble la written largo on the faco of every Muck-robed priest one ne-e's on the Hlreet, ju'id tho nobles In tbu ftnuto are making a last stand against what they know to be tho" inevitable. THREE MILE LIMIT Mexican (ioveru incut Will Not Inter fere Outside the Line Washington, D. C, Oct. 20. The stato department has been informed that tho Mexican government has given Instructions to tho gunboats and revenue cutters which nro oni? ployed to break up fishing by Ameri can smacks in tha territorial waters of Mexico" to refrain. front, any un-j necessary interference, with tho ves- fcIs outside the three mile limit., and to bo aa lenient us potelhlo in ftihor respects, ' ', .: ; T. P. O'Connor in New-York ' New York, Oct. 20. T. r. .O'Con nor, tho Irish statesman now visiting this country, has promised to deliver an address nt Carneglo hall tomor row. Tho meeting will bo open to tho public and many thousands of tho Bons of Erin will probably be present to cheer the utterances of tho great advocate of home rule. Texas Poultry Show. Gainesville., Tex., Oct. 20. Tho an nual Cook County poultry Khow, the largest In the state, opened hero to day. Tho exhibit Ions Include nil of tho breeds of poultry raised In this section. To Preach'' Convention Sermon, Boston, Mass., Oet.20, Thoworhla vc.ottventlon of thoWoinen's Christian Temperance 'union resumed Us ses Ftons in Tremont temple this morning IfV. f r i f y e f e ,r f. 'p - jji 'a ik e. THE PRIESTS to Co Broken. For ni:iny "ceiilurles runny, rare five, poverly-strlcken Spain has b.'eii the stronejiold of the rhnnh. Though oilier nations failed ,jni, (j, (jood Father at Koine ki.ew that heart.) in I'palu beat ti ue, J.!,,. tln'ir own t;i lealter th.. miiis of ('a 'til.' and Ala von fai'ed ih" la. is of n 'la l-ni and j 1 rn -sf :i :i ( i.;in. Now haM ((Hie a (hane.e. Doubt lias enteied the 1i.'.mI of ih.i Span lards, and French llieratui.t has in ured their h"ads. Spcin Is mad to Play priest. Sooner or later, I lie re sult will be the nnnihihitl'Hi of the tie,;" that tor ! o b'it;r have bound i!i Vaii' in and the r;i.. ief.t r.ourhon dy nu.'Uy that, t ntliu jier.'.on of joung Alfons), Mill ruk'S over I ho faded glories tif Spain. following a prayer and praise service in the Park htnvf, ( huri-li. Tomorrow afternoon at .1 o'clock, in Treinont teniple, tjio convention sermon will be preached by Miss Greenwood world's superintendent of tho evangelistic department. To morrow evening a great inas meet ing of tho young people will be held under tho auspices of the World's Young Women's Christian Teinpcr nnco union. Mis .Amy Swankle Cameron of Hnglnnd, f.soclnte world's secretarywill prc-dde. at the inocting. A literary inoram, which will be participated In by many distinguish ed women. Is a feature of n incellng to bo held nt tho Twentieth Century club house Monday evening. Many elaborate receptions, ban quets, lens and other social func tions will ho given iu honor of the delegates during tho coming week, Discontinue Scenic Limited. Denver, Col., Oct. 20. -The Den ver & Rio Grundo railroad will to morrow discontinue Its scenh; Limi ted train bet ween this cRy and Ogden Utah. Tho train was one of tho most handsomely equipped on any western road nnod was highly popular wlt.Ii tourists. It will be resinned on May 1 next. North Carolina Fair. Raleigh, N. C, (VL 20, The North Carolina staL' f;'I. v 1) i H 'hr.s boon-ln progress b've thifl week, will close today and will 1m" f-ibowed by a state lndnsfrlal,,e.pos!lloii lasting until November 2. It Is expected to result In much benefit to tho manu facturing and industrial' Interests of North Carolina. ,,tv,, California School' Convention, Han- Diego, Cal., Oct. 20. At the Hotel del Corouudo today tho bien nial convention of city and county schools throughout tho stale opened and will continuo In tiesalun until November 23. Many 'prominent cd-nrntors-nre expected to attend dur ing tho'inorllng. Well Known Circus Man Robbed ,' .Cincinnati, Ohio, Oct. lo.vvi! Usin Diitton. an old time circus rider, known all over the ciivlix.ed world, was assaulted on tho street 'here lust night and may die of his wounds. The, police In-Hove that robbery was the object of tho assault. IiCZEHAand PILKCURIi FRFF Kuotv'nS ,vl,at Is was to suf rnLt fer, 1 will give FREE OF CHARGE loany afllicted a jiositive euro for Eczema, Salt Rheinu, Ery sipelas, Piles and Skin Diseases. In Ptant relief. Don't, suffer longer, Write V. W. WILLIAMS, -100 Man hattan Avenue, New York. Enclose stamp. Tl 0-5-07 THE 'HERALD, 1.00 FEU YEAR. K 'n , i f p t f f r aiqjirastsa: ZSXX382X2 FIRE fNSUHANEC McK night & Williams, 2 4 OLD LINE CO MP AMES, ROOM I: 12-14 r.HrRSTADT HUlLDIr(i. it .w'f '.irt BIBB & WHITESIDE, Real Estate and Loans, INSURANCE. .: Suits 7, Oliver-Uaklc Building. . Telcphone.79. L,'.'j.gJ'..'.t'.!ii!-';1'rr7fTO;7 JtUVA.V IX C(U,t)R.IK) I'rlef Tour of ('uiiipiiigiilng Speaks in Denver Tonight Denver, Oct. 20. William ,T. Dry an made a brief eiimpulirning tour of northern Colorado loduv. Ho was met nt Ln.-slle tills morning by n rcd'pllon cominll tei o twenty'proml- nent Deniocra's wliii u special train, iim principal towns visited were .. . ... Ill it ill .m . . '.. urceicy, inn ( oiiins anil r.oniiier and llryau addressed largo audience. In each of theso places. Ho closes his ciiiiipnic.n lu Colorado with u sf ech In Denver tonight after which ho v ill depart for Indiana. Denver, Col., Oct. 20. At Credy this morning Win. J. Riynu began a one- day tour of Colorado on which ho will make four speeches, tho Inst In Denver at. S o'clock this evening, lie vill deliver brief addresses ut Fort Collns and Moulder (hrt after I.asjille early this morning, whero he as mi t by u reception commit tee end taken to Greely In an aulonio- bile, .Many Ii mocr.its from all parts of tho Mule lire arriving In Denver toi'uy and It Is likely that the Colis eum will bo pa( ked when Mr. Jlryati speaks. Democratic parly' leaders here declare (hat nt bast 50,000 Col- oiatlans will h'-ai' ill van today and th. t his spcci ces v. Ill do much to ward arousing the enthusiasm of the voters for the fctuto ticket, headed by Alva Adams. Shortly nftcr his speech here Mr. riryan will leave for Indiana, where lie Is scheduled to'he.nlu a, speaking tour Monday. What Made the Tyler ('onniicrcial College of Tjler, Tcmis Famous The wonderful, modern Dry ne sys-ii-uis of Short ha and bookkeeping, by .'.'mil tl-,ey me 'tiabled to give their 1 :iis In half the tcual time, u more thoioimli and practical training Tor tl'.e business world tha ncan be buliau elsewhere; their thorough ays-' I i.iii , their business liko discipline, their moral trnii.lng, the special work given In literary Mibjects free of cbinge, their excellent faculty of 15 exiierts, thelir completely equipped employment bureau through which positions arc secured for their grad uates free of charge", their reasonable charges for tuition, their excellent 'aclliiies for securing good board w'lth private families at a low rate, etc., etc. it Interested in n course of llookkeeplng, Business Training, Shorthand, Typewriting or Telegra phy, wrKo this famous Institution for one of their large beautifully il lustrated catalogues. When you have read It through, you will understand why they erolled nior'o than 1,000. atudonls last year from 20 different states. ' County Fair Closes. New York, Oct. 20. The New York county fair, which. has been at tracting largo crowds to, Madison Squaro garden for tho last three weeks, will close this evening with an old fashioned husking boo and barn dance. , . Hanking House bails London, Oct. 20. P. MacFadyn & Co., tho London houso of ArbiUhnot & Co., bankers of Madras, announced this afternoon that they wero com pelled to suspend payment. Tho cause of suspension Is not known nor tho amount involved. CLEANLY WOMAN. ICrronffinnlr llilnKn br Soonrlnir Her Sculp That Mit Cam llnodrnff. Qonrily woman has an erroneous blea that tiy rcnurinn ho scalp, which re moves tho dandruff scales, she In ciirlno; tho dandruff! She may wa.-h her scalp every day, and yet have dandruff her llfo Innc, necompanlnd by falling hair, too.' The. only way In the world to euro dandruff Is to kill 'tho dandruff germ, and there. Is no hair preparation that will do that but Nowbro' erplcde. Ilerpl c!d by kilting tho dandruff jrorm, leaves tho hair free to Brow as healthy Nuturo' Intended. Destroy the. caum! yon remove the effect. KM Hie dsn druff gnrm with Tlerplotrto. Sold by leadlntr drugrlsts. Benfl inc. In stamps for ssmplo to The Hrplcld Co., De troit, Mich. E. R.ltWcl) Drui Cjrruuuiy, Snut! Atjjit i r r ( e t .- :. r. r. n c n n e. n e a r i: ' r ' '-', Prompt Service When you notify us by tel ephone orothcrwise to call for vour package, we don't say "All Right." and then wait for two days before we come for it. We call the same day within a few minutes if you are in a hurry and we deliyer the laundered clothing at the time agreed upon. Good work and prompt ser vice does tha combina tion appeal to you? Put us to the test. Troy vSteam Laundry, Phone 42. C C tTCCC 0OO3 ccce coco oooooot SEPTEMBER 3. i MISS JONNIE GARTWRI6HT Graduate of the Nashville J Conservatory will open her class iu ,', ,, I PIANO, HARMONY and VOICE. S STUDIO AT MRS. ED KIRK'S. 1109 POLK. sooccceoeeeacaaoaooooooMSi r ALFALFA SEED. 1 have tinti-irrigatcd Alfalfa Seed of my own raising for sale. Seed of good quality and clean. Can't fill order for less than no pounds. All seed shipped in double sacks, J. M. SIMMONS. Mullock, Hansford Co., Tcias SEED WHEAT FOR SALE Same wheat I., sold Mr, Reynolds for his big crop bushels per acre. Tho Mill and Elevator. Co., recom. mends this wheat. Apply or write to .;, ., A. S. BASSETT, Amarillo, Txa. German Catholic -Meeting, . Frultvale,,Cal., Oct. 20. From all-, parts of California delegates arc pi i gutherln to tako part in tho annual state conference of tho Gernnm Cath. olle society. An claborato prognu.i has been prepared for tho meeting, which will last through Monday. Many entertainment features wilMij provided by tho local Germans. Connecticut Teachers' Meeling. New Haven, Conn., Oct. 19.-Thf, Connecticut Stato Teachers' nssoihi. lion opened its annual session In New Haven this morning. Many wcl, known educators, Including severs., members of tho Yale faculty, will do- liver addrosses. . Most Worthy Article: When an artlclo has been on tho market for years and gains friends every year, it Is safe to cull this me dlclno n worthy one. Such Is Mal lard's Horehound By nip. Jt posi tively cures coughs and nil Fulmon ary diseases. One of tho best known merchants of Mobile, Ala. says; For five years my family has not x been troubled with winter coueh:i we owe this to Mallard's Horehound Syrnp. I know it has leaved iy chil dren from many sick spclltf." For salo by L. O. Thompson YBro..T-i!-4 Senator Tilninn In Misseuoi. Joplln, Mo., Oct. 20. Senitor B. ,T. Tllinun of RouHi Carolina will lecturo hero tonight under the au spices or tho local branch of tho Young Mcu'a Cariatluu. istnlatloa, JL n a e a e. o a e n n, a n i: i . a . n .: i a A . i . . m. ' ' ) ' ae' -- ; i . . .,.--." . - , i , - i . . ... , t ... i. ... f 1 " iKV.'llMMMMMlll) (MHtl,tH"Kl ... ie.