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THE MORNING OBEGONIAX, TUESDAY. SEPTEMBER 18, 1900.
TUFT AND BACON !
COMPLETE ASSORTMENT OF
JEWISH NEW YEAR CARDS
AND CHANUKAH CANDLES
STORE CLOSED ALL
Good Merchandise Only Quality Considered Our Prices Are Always the Lowest
FROM "THE LIFMAN - WOLFE SCHOOL OF STYLE"
Cubans Cease Their Fighting
in Expectation of
Greatest Suit Selling in a Single Fall Day in
SHIPS TO PROTECT HAVANA
Denver Will Soon Be Joined by Dei
Moines Dixie Goes to Cienfue
gos to Stop Outrages Brit
ish Given Protection.
WASHINGTON, Sept. 17. Commander
Colwell of the cruiser Denver at Havana
telegraphed the Navy Department today
that all was quiet In Havana. Hostilities
formally ceased yesterday and a definite
settlement of the trouble seemed pos
sible today. The reassuring dispatch to
gether with the visit of Secretary Taft
and Acting Secretary Bacon indicates
that the movement toward peace in Cuba
ia well under way.
At the same time no changes have been
made in the naval programme. The
Louisiana. Virginia and New Jersey are
now on . their way to Havana. The
INewark sailed from Norfolk this after
noon and the Minneapolis will sail from
X.eague Island tomorrow. "With the force
already at Havana, and that which will
lie there In a few days, the Navy De
partment feels assured that it will be
amply able to prevent any trouble In
Havana and it appears that the move
ment of such a force toward the Cuban
capital was due to the fact tht there
was grave danger to that city.
The Navy Department has been In
formed that the Des Moines passed Tor
tugas this morning and will arrive in
Tampa Bay at midnight. The train bear
ing Messrs Taft and Bacon and party was
reported three hours late this afternoon,
so that the Des Moines will be ahead
of time and ready to take them aboard
when they arrive.
The Dixie, which left Havana last
night, is expected to arrive at Cienfuegos
tomorrow. A report has been received
from Cienfuegos saying that gross out
rages have been committed in that vicin
ity and that plantations next to the Con
etancla plantation have been burned and
the Constancta threatened. A demand was
made upon the Conatancla plantation for
1600 rounds of ammunition and the in
surgents threatened the place if their de
mands were not complied with.
Every confidence is felt at the Naw
Department in the forces which have
been sent to Cuba to meet any situa
tion which arises.
While there is a pacific feeling, pre
paratlons are going forward by the War
Department to meet anything that might
arise, if It should be necessary for a
strong rorce to Intervene. It is stated
that troops and transports will soon be
available and only await orders in case
the mission of Mr. aft fails and hostill
ties are renewed and are beyond the con
trol of the Cuban government.
Charge d'Affalres Sleeper in a dispatch
to the State Department suggests that
conferences of some Import may be held
between the representatives of the Palma
government and the insurgents pending
tne arrival in Havana of Mr. Taft and
party so that something in the nature of
a definite programme may be presented
to them for consideration. In the view of
the State Department officials an effort
Is being made both by the Cuban gov
ernment and the Insurgents to adjust the
situation before Mr. Taffs arrival in
Cuba, in order to avert Intervention In
KEACH HAVANA WEDNESDAY
Taft and Bacon Will Hold Confer
ence With Disinterested Men.
JACKSONVILLE:. Fla., Sept. 17. Sec
retary of War Taft and Assistant Sec
retary of State Bacon will probably
not reach Havana before noon Wednes
day. The train bearing the Washing
ton party to Port Tampa passed
through here four hours late.
Upon reaching Havana Messrs. Taft
and Bacon win bo taken by United
Btates Minister Morgan to his home at
Marianao, a suburban resort on the
shore about two miles from Havana A
small detachment of the Legation guard
will be sent to Marianao from the cruis
er Denver. It is believed by Mr. Taft
that his party will thereby enjoy great
er freedom in working out the policy
of this Government, Involving the end
ing of the insurrection, than it would
at the Havana port.
While they will not admit having
formulated a programme. Messrs. Taft
and Bacon are' determined not to be
come identified with the leaders of
either of the opposing forces until they
have had an opportunity to observo
actual conditions. Of course it will be
necessary to return courtesies sure to
be extended by President Palma and
other officials of the existing adminis
tration, but for the purpose of arriving
at the cause of turmoil, Interests of a
nonpolitlcal chnracter will be consult
ed. Hearings will also be given to lead
ers of both the government and the rev
olutionary forces. For the latter Mr.
Morgan's house is regarded as ideal.
WILD. PROTECT BIUTISH ALSO
American Forces to Guard Railroads
WASHINGTON, Sept. 17. In answer
to an Inquiry, the State Department has
responded that, in affording protection
to American Interests in Cuba during
the revolution, the United States will
also give protection as far as possi
ble to British Interests and property.
Subjects of Great Britain have large
interests In railroad properties in Cuba
and these have suffered by the opera
tions of tho insurgents. Other prop
erty, too, on the Island Is held by Bri
tish subjects and anxiety is expressed
as to the security of It. It Is not dis
closed whether the Inquiry reached
the State Department through diplo
matic channels or came from private
Complaint has been made that the
Cuban insurgents have destroyed much
property In Cienfuegos. The property
belongs to the plantations in that vicinity.
AUTO KILLS BICYCLIST
President Earllng's Son Vainly Tries
to Save Victim.
HARTLAND, Wis., Sept. 17. While
George Earllng, son of the president of
the Milwaukee road, was driving his au
tomobile Saturday, he collided with Al
fred Overland, a passing bicyclist. The
latter was hurled violently to the ground.
He was picked up unconscious by Mr.
Earllng, and died yesterday. The in
jured man was rushed to a hotel In Mr.
Karllng's automobile and a physician sum-
the History of Lipman - Wolfe 6: Go.
Yesterday, out of the hundreds of superb new models that have been displayed here during the
past month, Lipman-Wolfe & Co. advertised the four greatest Suit Bargains ever offered in Port
land at the opening of the Fall Season, and the response was startling. , All day long the Suit Room
was thronged with eager purchasers. Extra saleswomen were unable to cope with the crowds.
Every woman was anxious to take advantage of this opportunity to buy a suit here at a price so
many dollars lower than that of any other store in Portland. Reports of sales at closing showed
the largest business in suits in a single September day in the history of the store. Every
woman who was unable to attend yesterday, should surely come today to attend the
greatest September Exposition and Sale of Women's Outerwear ever held in Portland.
$25 Tailored Suits for $18.50
Women's Tailor-Made Suits, made in the new 27-inch
Prince Chap style, of light and dark gray plaid material,
fly front, notch collar, new coat sleeves and lined with
satin. The skirt is made in a new fancy JJ- o tZ(
plaited and gored shape. Real $25 value for. .10eJ.V
32.50 Jacket Suits for $25.00
Women's Tailor-Made Jacket Suits, of fine all-wool broad
cloth, in black, navy and brown. The jacket is made in the
new 24-inch fly front style, trimmed with braid, velvet
and buttons, and all lined with satin ; the skirt is made in
the newest gored style; real value $32.50; 25 00
$27.50 Tailored Suits for $20
Women's Tailor-Made Suits, made in the new 27-inch
. Prince Chap style, of gray checked worsted, fly front,
braid trimmed, velvet collar and cuffs, all satin lined. The
skirt is made in a new side plaited shape, m r Cf
Real value $27.50 JV.UVi
$30 Tailor-Made Suits, $22.50
Women's Tailor-Made Suits of fine all-wool herringbone
cheviot, in black, navy and brown ; the jacket is 24 inches
long, made double-breasted, collarless, trimmed with cloth
and braid; skirt is made in the newest ann VZf
gored style; real value $30; sale price . aWWeOvJ
a t s i 1 lares v 1 1
Preliminary Opening Display and Sale of
EXCLUSIVE AND ARTISTIC MILLINERY
The most exclusive and elegant creations from the leading designers of Paris, London
and New York are now on exhibition, as well as the conceptions of our own expert milliners.
For today we announce a general sale of Trimmed Dress Hats at exceptionally low prices
At C9 AC Choice of 50 different styles of Trimmed Hats; all new, smart models; equal in style
xW IpaWaltO to hats worth three times as much.
A flJ'T Q t Beautiful velvet and French Fur
pi.tyJ Felt Hats; trimmed with ostrich
plumes and bunch tips; also novelty fancy feathers,
ornaments, imported ribbons, etc.
A C QC An immense assortment of
JtXV 40.274J stylish Trimmed Hats, of velvet,
felt and fancy braid; tastefully trimmed with wings,
quills, ribbons, ornaments, etc.
i I 4pTC.2J assortment of desirable Dress
Hats ever placed on sale anywhere. Included are many
copies of the imported models, trimmed in a variety of
fetching ways that will please women of refinement.
All styles and every new Fall color.
These Hats are the cleverest and
most practical we have ever
shown. Almost impossible to describe their real beauty
here; when you see them you'll agree with us that
they're worth double.
EXCEPTIONAL VALUES IN MISSES' MILLINERY
At 1 C The "College" Hat a most pop
TLl pl.JJ ular style of the Fall season, suit
able for school and all outdoor wear. Of fur felt, with
silk band trimming. Colors : Brown, champagne, navy,
cardinal, pearl and black.
Best quality all French Fur Felt
Flats, the kind that requires but
little trimming to complete them for dress wear. All
colors; positively best values in town.
MILLINERY TRIMMINGS: ALL KINDS AND A 39c SALE
Lipman, Wolfe & Co. have the largest and most complete stock of Millinery Trimmings
in Portland Fancy and novelty feathers, ostrich plumes and tips, wings, quills, velvet flowers
and ornaments. Also a full line of wire and buckram Hat Frames, Hat Bands, etc.
At Qf Special for today, we offer all silk and velvet Roses; three to bunch. Very popular this
4J7W ran. Colors: Brown, navy, olive, reseda, old rose, pearl, red, garnet, etc.
Dress Goods Sale
Scotch tartan plaids, ombre plaids,
silk overplaids, gray plaid Pana
mas, invisible plaid suitings, and
small checks in all colors; 38 in.
wide; over 100 styles on
sale today, yard JVC
45-inch all-wool new ombre or
shadow Plaids, for suits or skirts,
in navy, myrtle, garnet Q C
and gray. Special sale A
$1.25 imported Scotch tartan and
novelty Plaids; 42 inches wide;
all wool. The clans include
Forbes, Campbell, Murray, Gor
don, dress Gordon, Mackenzie,
dress Mackenzie, Black Watch,
Stuart, dress Stuart, Victoria,
Rob Roy, Sinclair, Lennox, Mc
Leod, McLachlan, Maclean, Shep
herd s and dozens of new novelty
plaids. Our spe
cial price, yard . ,
$1.75 quality, 50-inch new Panama
Plaids in the new shadow effects;
the craze of the season ; in grays,
navy, green, brown and red ; our
special price $1.35
54-inch all-wool Broadcloth, in
navy, brown, cardinal, garnet,
myrtle, tan, gray and CJ1 'J C
black; at, yard Ja&J
54-inch imported French chiffon
Broadcloth, in a magnificent
range of new Fall colors, includ
ing 25 shades ; CP j O C
at, per yard' ...... J.J
44-inch all-wool imported French
Poplins, Crepe Armure, Melrose,
Prunellas, French Serges and
Henriettas, in new and attractive
colors for Fall; at, CJI
yard, $1, $1.25 and. P
SPECIAL 3 -DAYS' SALE
BLACK DRESS GOODS
7Qi For $l-a-yard qualities;
at 17 50-inch Seeded Voile, 50
inch all-wool Panamas, Mistral,
Etamine, London Twine, 50-inch
Jacquard Panamas, 42-inch French
QOi For $1.25-a-yard quali
"ties; 44-inch Crepe Bour
ette, 50-inch Panamas, 44-inc.h
French Voiles, Armures, Melrose,
Prunellas, Chevron Serges, Shad
ow Check Serges, 52-inch Broad
Sale 67c a Yard
.35 yards of 19-inch colored Taf
feta, famous quality, equal to
any you ever bought at 85c a
yard. The colors are navy, old
rose, light blue, pink, cardinal,
garnet, Alice blue, brown, beige,
reseda, myrtle, olive, delft, light
gray, dark gray, cream and
white. While they
3000 yards of 19-inch black Taf
feta Silk, best 85c quality. The
kind that wears;
We've told you the beauties of the
new Plaid Silks in a dozen differ
ent ways. But you must see them
to appreciate their real luxuriant
beauty. Some new patterns just
received. Per yard, 2 00
30c a Strip
Embroidery and insertion, 1 to
3- inches wide, good, strong
edges in nainsook and cambric.
values to 12J4C yard.
Strip of 6 yards
Embroidery and Insertion, 2 to
5 inches wide, values to 20c a
yard, 6 yards in strip
Valenciennes Lace and Insertion,
V to XA inches wide an odd
lot that has become slightly
mussed from handling. Former
ly sold for 48c, 78c and rjp
98c piece. In this sale.. C
Sale $2.50 Bleached Linen
Gloves $3.50 Pr.
Women's 16-button length
Glace Gloves, made of the fin
est .skins and by the most
skillful glovemakers in the
world; BLACK, white and all
colors; all sizes, fi o tZf
Women's 16-button length
Suede Gloves, in black,' white
and all colors; every size;
you'll be sure of getting a pair
of long gloves this Winter by
Cut prices in this sale on all
school supplies a full line of
Tablets, Composition Books,
Pencils, Rulers, Erasers and
all school supplies. Lower
prices than any other store.
Hundreds of items besides
those in this list:
Marginal line Composition Book. 44
Large-size Composition Book....8tf
Extra large Composition Book.lO
Fancy Pencil Box 5
Fancy box. with 1 dozen Slate
Good Quality Lead Pencils 1
Wool-bound School Slate, 9x12
Good quality polished Lead
Pencil. 2 for 5
Extra good School Pencils, one
dozen 25C and 15
Large pad Legal Cap lQrf
Polished Wood Penholder. 2 for..5
Flno patent rubber end Pen
Rteel Pen Points, dozen
Blotters, each I
Pearl Penholders 10J
Stenographer's Notebooks. lO1.
Guaranteed Fountain Pens... 81. OO
Eagle Fountain Pens 10
Reversible Ink and Pencil
Good Sponges 2
Faber's Kneaded Rubbers. 10J-t
Ink and Pencil Erasers 2J
"Erasit?' the artist rubber 5d
moned. Tho doctor reached the hotel in
20 minutes and found his skull cracked at
the base of the brain. A little later A. G.
Earllng arrived at the hotel and ordered
everything possible done to save the
man's life. He ordered a special train
from Milwaukee, carrying Dr. Horace
Manchester Brown to the stricken man's
The road is wide near the scene of the
accident, and the' only explanation is that
there must have been confusion in pass
ing. The body of Overland, who was a
coachman, will be sent to his former
home In Ohio, after the Inquest.
Winnipeg Building Tied Tp.
WINNIPEG, Man., Sept. 17. Building
operations In Winnipeg are tied up today,
as practically all the men engaged in that
work are on atrlke In sympathy with the
G. P. RUMMELIN & SONS I
126 SECOND ST., BET. WASH. AND ALDER
FOR OVER 35 YEARS we have made a
specialty of all the FINEST FURS obtain-,
able, from, all parts of the world. This, year
we are ready to supply the most fastidious
with some of the choicest pelts.
OUR STOCK OF FINE FURS cannot be
surpassed. Russian Sable, Dark Alaska Sable,
Fine Dark Mink, Alaska Sealskins, Broadtail,
Persian Lamb, Ermine, Chinchilla, etc.
Call and see these beautiful Furs, made In
the latest designs.
Send for New Fall Catalogue.
Oregon Optical Co.
173 Fourth Street. Y. M. C. A. Bldg.
The Leading Opticians of Pacific Northwest.
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SO EASY EYE GLASS MOUNTINGS
They never drop off, look nice and
are (imply constructed. Try them
DIAMOND LEADERS OF THE NORTHWEST.
Manufacturing Jeweler. Cor. Third and Washington Bta.
The advanced new ideas have come forth. We call special attention
to our extensive line of Novelty Furs. We are the largest manufac
turers in the West. Tou save not alone the middleman's profit but
at least 20 per cent on every fur.
A SILVERFIFLD LEADER
Sable and Isabella Fox, Russian Squirrel lined,- long and short
Boas, trimmed with two brushes and cords; good $1 O Afl
value for $18.00 to $20.00 pi-daUU
Muff to match, value to $15.00 $9.00
We consider this set the best value ever offered in a stylish fur. It is
but a sample of the many popular-priced values our stock always con
tains. Remodeling and repairs lower than usual.
FOURTH AND MORRISON.
The Woman' Store.
FOURTH AND MORRISON.