Newspaper Page Text
THE BEAUMONT CNTERPRISC FRIDAY, OCTOBER U. 1904.
Little Doctor's Picture
r.txA muiI Iaiii kiili Mtur ,1
1 1 v ! .
lhr rnani-tiwel Hr C0NTT ATIOW and lillOCWSl
1 Ths ri!U tuiKii tt liwi U'lia, lUlUIal uU liraJtului-l
I JOU I HI IJ-r.
I Tus rtuti ?tore eurrsiioa.
ltll- I IimnI. I 1.11 a Mil rrllita 1U
I iuhltllblt- remedy lor IKUur.a l
- ." I.i; Mm
A full treatment for
,RINC SUFFERED HEAVY LOSS
BACKING LADY HENRICK AT
" ODDS AT MORRIS PARK.
ALMA DUFOUR HI AT fill RIDGE
Aden Got Off Second Won Over Com
modore in Dclmar's Feature
, Good Cheer at 6 to 1 Won i
New York City, Ont. 1 8. A Feath
ers! one's Lady Hondrick won the
third race at Morris Park today, biie
was backed from 100 to 1 to 12 to 1
at post time, and the ring suffered
a heavy loss.
Outcome nt 0 to 1, won the Itamiipo
handicap, one mile and a furlong,
First, Wilher's mile Sais won;
Stolen Moments seeonfl; Green Crest
third. Time 1-4.
Second, Autumn 'Meadow ' Brook
steeplechase, about three miles Li
bretto II won; Pure Pepper second;
K. H. Hack third. Time 0:30.
Third five furlongs Lady Henriet
ta won: Campo second; Raiment
third. Time 1:57 1-4.
Fourth, Hampo handicap, mile and
a furlontr. Wither' course Outcome
won; Mincnla second: Ormondes
Right third Time 1:.ri(i 1-4.
Fifth, Wither's mile High Chan
cellor won; Major Tiaingcrfleld fcc
ond; Africander third. Time 1:42
Sixth, seven furlongs Jimmy Lane
won: Arsenal second; Moroknnta
third. Time 1:H0 1-2.
St. Louis, Oct. in. Aden got off
second to Commodore in Delnii'"!?
feature today, raced the Mibn colt
into submission and won handily.
First. 5 1-2 furlongs Edith May
won: Violin second: CasMe Anna
third. Time 1:0S
Serond, six furlongs Suharto?
won; .Take Ward second; St. Wood
third. Time 1:15.
Third 5 1-2 furlongs McPctta won-,
Fthel Sprairue second: Lady Church
ill third. Time 1:0S 1-4.
Fourth, seven furlongs Aden won
Commodore second; l.ustig third.
Time 1:7 1 .
Fifth, niile Worthintrton won:
,Tuelge f'antrill second: Glendon
(bird. Time 1:13.
Sixth, mil.-; and an eighth Can von
veu: Piitbos scoiid: Triple Silver,
third. Time 1:", 1-1.
Kansas City, Oct. IS. The fourth
race, a handicap, the feature- of !
day's curd at Flin Kidgo was vv-m !.
First, six furlongs Eugenia II.
won: Sir Andrew second; Agnes
lln muin third. Time 1 : F! 1-2.
S-eiui'l. .1 fnr:ii-i:rr Tyroiian won:
A'tar,. .-eiiind: Swedish Lad third.
Vl";!' 1:no 3-1.
Tii ii .1. mile and a quarter Harbor
Lie- Hrninl; Col. ISallantyn'
third. Time 2 : "7 I I.
Konnti. mile- iiiid a furlong .Mini
Imliiiir won: l.e ila see-mid: Ilrag
bird. Time 3 1.
K f h. f-vi n fur'mies P.ob won:
pti..r. .r-.t.d: Wiilhini W-ii:bt third
S'-th. mile Ti-U phone term: Fasv
v-'i-.l sp"'ind: nut:ii ntcl Ti'tnbu
lliird. if" 1:10 1
'tibTi. "-.rt. i". ";.ii cn'fT.at
1 '.n iv" ii:'r' ra'" t-vlay by 1,
I. ' t:.
Fi -t fix f'ubire-: ri1 Ml"
i.ti: h ' n-1: T rn
Ti 1 r-.t.
k .r .- .1 i n a -T!',-.-i r;-''
.!:' it'tv: P""'!! T' w-r
t; t . t 1 1 "r. 1
l-r-.'l ' -: V-7 H" ' "
1 . 1 . i j:-
y. .. . 1 . . . ; . . -r'
, . v . T 9:' '''
m,',iiit. unit inj ad
, , . .
lene in wnn man -. ,
- rculluf ID wumrn.
I., a. 4 a .-(! aI loia MB J X-V
tit 4 hiii -t H u Xc'
.. a It k. h.hB I t,jm. Mil. L " .r
" r i " 'i ... "... .rv . j.r
Prof. John H. DeMolto will deliver
Ills famous. Illustrated, lecture "The
limp of the Senaea" In the Y. M. C. A.
Auditorium Wednesday Oct. P.I. This
will he one ot this seasons best at
William F. McIowctl, Chancellor of
Pcnver University, bii.vu of this lec
ture: 'The Harp of the Senses" Is one
of the best lectures now before the
American public. The i-.uperinl.-ndent
;l schools In u largo city In Ohio, said
le me Unit lie regarded Prof. DcMoUo's
lectures as the very best he had ever
huird for young people and their
it. rents. Thev are fascinating ami
eloquent from the first to last."
Mr. John w. Lyell, says;
"Prof. DeM otto's "Harp of the
Senses" is a unique lecture. No young
person, no one who has the care and
training of young people can afford to
miss it. When given here a man
told me he "would take his boy one
bundled miles to hear it." It Is not
only highly educational, it !s also of
The Philadelphia Y. M. C. A. says:
"No entertainment that has been
i-.resented in our bui'.ding ever created
a more favorable Impression among
our people than did the lecture or
Prof. John B. DeMolto, entitled "The
Harp of the Senses; or the Secret
or Character Building."
Secretary Ihhrmnn says that per
sons who have heard this lecture be
fore have told him that they are de
lighted to know that it will be given
here and that they will have an op
portunity to hear it again.
The highest, idea s of self and the
most sacred relations of life are here
held up in a most instructive and
deeply interesting way; and many a
voting man has' gone out from under
the influence of this lecture pledged
t lead -a better and a nobler life.
This is one of nine attractions yet
to be given in this course, the price
o! the season ticket being $3 foT
adulis; $2 Tor children and $2.50 for
members of the association. Single
pdmission seventy-five cents. Re
served seats wiil he on sale at. the
association office Wednesday Oct. 1!),
nt U n m
Afrov (ii.- entertainment is over re
freshments will he served by the ladies
n the cafe on the first now.
Al H. Wilson.
it iiw mnnv successes recorded
ai the Kyle Theater, Monday Oct. 17,
last season, none will be more kindly
remembered than Al H. Wiisim in the
beautiful, romntic, comedy drama. "A
Prince of Taiters" (a t".le of Old New
York) by Sidney 11. Fills, supported
b.- :i Himnanv of nrfist'c ability and a
Complete scenic investiture. Mr. Wil-
Fon is a rare com lunation 01 goou
. i-inirer. hLLvillE a voice
of much sweetness, and is described
as a rich sympnthet.c baritone, vnnr
his acting is magnetic and full of de
lightful quaint comedy for which he
('ji ' Is During his coming visit Mr.
Wilson appears in "The Watch On
Jianager Wiess says:
"Sothty" In New York found a new
ov. last seas',11. or to speak more
definitely. lat winter. It is safe to
n.v that no more diverting phtythinp
had cine ,!;to their possession in
ruiny winters. It proved a source of
amusement ani breezy hilarity, if th;
iif-i- of th" adj-vlm- wi:i not be con
sidered Ill-bred in this application. It
was, perhaps, considered a lurre by
s.mo who pn fer 'he silent laugh be
cjii,. of the phy ieat -x-nion it savor.,
anil vbi rr" inini ili;i'' !y seized with
inui wren Int'-U'-rf tin" pa'Mnn- ff-r.
fm- 1 1-inir i c'-naia. it sen ad th
rr.'. ra cf t1..imht r,t-r many a
rHy ar 1 nm1 f r'-rtain nv n'a! n'rr
ril- al-n-i t .d'.-n'. bl". for the linr
ri'lu t. in ih" f ic'i-f" of f'ial
1n tb'- tiK-trniioIi".
-it-... ci-in 'f'aTidida' ? "
T. fae s,n--'r''I that f-imiii.-ir
re e'i.,l n '-i'' 1.' --H' O'l.d I.tup
f -i:-itA i!i-irl 1 in any Catherine "f
r 1 ? v. ra'-' '-'Tr- n'l'-Ti'-. Or rli
) tr. t: a' P v. t y p.fi-nif'l r-TV
.! ' n 'i ' ?'"'. t "T ct e at,v
-t'v r' imi' ' -. 1 p ' ! c f.f it!-"1 fl.ar
f,--.'. 1 ' fr-"- .:"
;r. ri ' 1' " ' !' u-h 1 -''-
1 : r- " ' '
- 71, rr ",.r
Two Wll at Humbl Civv Evidenc
Of Mort Cat,
Activity l in MumMi "il
c winning In lncri'o ni iIiom- ho
nr In ih nb ar. ft-liiiB a k--it-r
llilerisl. iiiasiiiiuh IhA sigua P-'t
Utter, A new boriiiH ouiflt ha urriv
eil 00 tho e-n It wuwlijnisl lo
J!r. Yonn. ti I i'l l' bf'otiB
hlinrM Itrim., hn haw Im-h su;ciib
tul upt-nuur I" lu- caxierii flehla f
Tho (irandberry t Hmlil well .IrncU
new nil. and Iih shown i'viKnce
psiilllillK lo a blow out.
Tlu ibiin-tt w-ll. ilu 'lie that lift
aiiffertsl four tlrntii fniu houts.
I., now duttll nboiil 3' U tu t 11:1 'I l II
lf nillting d'Hiliurr.es of fias. ac
iiiiiiuiuUl by a Kimng hcuit or o'.
the HtroiiKt-ai that lius yel riimi- to the
Mirfnce. Mr. Itnrrcit lilinself went mil
to the well UiIh inoriilng and m-nt
iiiokI if I lie lny there.
The rig Unit arrived 011 the crounils
today raiM-d the number 10 live, oil
Work Returned on Cypreit Well.
Afur quite a delay the machinery
ni rived and has been placed and by
i.ow tho drill In fcoing down In I ho
list well on OyprcM Creek, eight mllea
west of Wooilvlllc. This well Is be
ing put down by parties from New
Th pump has been placed nt il)0
Ckhihnnia-Texas well and as sou aM
ihn nlix nrrlvcM. which is daily eX-
pecled, It will be in id from the creek
t-i tho well to supply water for Iho
rotary. Work Is nt a standstill on uc-
CLttnl of the scnrclty of water.
New Well3 Making Things Hustle In
Col. Jaa. W. Swayne, of lhrgg-
Swuvne rame. returned last night from
Jennings and has a very encouraging
report from that field. -- owayno Is
highly elated over the new inrii nn;
field has taken and believes that It
vill prove to ho one of the greatest
fields In the United Slates.
ti. T..,,iiiiifTn r,phi is neculiar from
i-.nni-K nil tin- fle!d owing their lis-
rovery to Spindietop fnmi the fa':t
tlat. they have discovered uieir mi.
pioduc'lig stratttms at a grealer depth
ll.an the first wells. The history of
Fpiiidlelop, Four Lake and Batson has
been that they have first developed
ii.o inu-p RTnris and what nroduetion
was gained in the wells nfter the first
st latum was exhausted was mnue i
rr,i!n tlm fibal'ow sands. The
first gushers in the Jennings field were
bio-tight in at n cleptli ranging ihmjih.
SIC feet. At this point the sail water
n,ut chn-n,i nn niul it was believed
by nany that it was the lower oil pro
ducing sand. The wens wnicn nave
T,.., i.,.r.i,rei,t lii peppnt.lv and added
a new impetus to tho oil business m
lhat field have a depth of 1350 feet.
This has made Jennings, nnoe.i me
, ,itf nr-itvn fleld in t be sout li and oil
men are guessing where it will end.
Randall Silverman, receiver of the
Great Southern Refining cor.ipnnv. lo
day filed a motion In the sixtieth dis
trict court in the case of G. li. how.e,
et al. v?. Great Southern Refining
company, praying the court to order
Lewis P. Hammond of Chicago to ro
t inin tlm registry of the court
certain bonds of the company which
it is alleged he Dad ueen disposing
of and converting the proceeds there
of to his own use. The motion re
cites that there is in Hammond's pos
session a large number of the bonds
of the company which were made
payable to the bearer and that Ham
mond, without authority from the
honorable court, is disposing or the
same in Chicago and eleswhere, and
thereby attempt ing by the sale or tne
laid bonds to fix a lien against the
company's property. The motion
avers that the receiver does not know
what amount of bonds have been dis
posed of in this way and prays for an
order citing the said Hammond to
make an accounting to the receiver
and to the court of such bonds al
ready old and that he he estopped
mid enjoined from the sale of addi
tional bonds, pending the further or
der of the court. This motion, to
gether with the motions pending In
both of the district courts will be
bard on Saturday when Judges P'ipe
and Watt wil! call their respective
Capt. Withcruo Openinq ud Waterway
to United Plant.
After remaining in the eitv for a
couple of days under medical treat
ment Cap'.. Cha'. Witherup rcsnm'-d
duty this morning and is making
Lixid progress on the United Oil and
lb fining company's can.il.
Captain Witherup went down in'
r'ver this morninz in a pas'ilim
Ifiinrh and was accompanied on tl.e
t Tin l..- MeKsra. John n. Callagban. -T
V. Wallior and a r prcentat iv o,
Th" obi-t and r "! r'f '''r
fr,:ial TnlT ceinMPiMiein h.-ire 1--ti
f-'nirntlv mentioned in th Hute-r-pti-e.
find T.iihe.'it a V.-M it wKI
eiio r.f th" pre-Mieet jif-eos e,f .rt
'' li'.-e r-barae'e.r ever cei7r.p''-,"l
- ft ,.- --t r-i-iTif r'.'.
'. I.; ,. f ,!. W'i' ' !''! La-'
'i' Ti Ti- .rr-fi'-- - '"''- '
a,,,i i i- -p 'ii - '
fi-V T.r"; ne ei i-ti t'i rr'tr--- '-e
r y--,,!. j, ? t.n Titef 111 tin"
r-T.'n TT-:.,rr.-p t- T.r,w t,-.1
rrr, 7'.ei ti 1 ll'l r"': Tie p P"-'
u-aJ - at woiV. frtNjueuUy taking
Itiu whe-l biiu-M-lf.
A vUil lo Iho -anal would ba tMi
B-ial 10 a errtt many people wh do
Uiri fully opprfctaie wlml Ue-p a: -r
IllraU 1(1 U-ailllUHII.
The I'niied nHpl ar brliiKlus a
ler irnporailii i."i Iheir rviinery
and ar rady l lura Ihe Umi bacU
on Jui-l a ma ii y f--'l a ih s" -'"1'
iii.nl will dait ill !abhu IjlW. Cap(
Wiilurup b a rvt-rytliinK tut the
K round in dii Ibe work and sav thai
he hat pb-iny of .-tide to keep ih"
I- n k.-l on a le-l m Ii hnini-l.
OuUlde of 'm'wir-au-e fii-m a
roiiiuieri-lr.l Man :.'!.' t'.'""! I"
one of I he prelUi-sl ile, of w ork
of l kind ever t-seciiti'd oil Hie fiillf
roast. In lit imal li-ngtli lhc i
only one turn and wi'h ihl i-xeep
l b.ii il-e liauk" resemble n nt.'alKhl
AlthounH the pvaier ortloii tif II
extendi! IhrotiKll a pia-sli covered by
rune the linen have been laid of
with inathi-mnibal precl m. Ah
tul id before In these roliinuis It Ik
expected Mini the course will be com
pleted by the first of the coining
year, when II will be ready to nc
coiiiiiiodiiie anv nlz-'d ernft that -can
aH thrmiKli Sabine Pass.
W. P. ?fi"ovoa and wife f Colmea
nell were In the city yesterday.
.1. fl. Ilohcria of Cornleana Is here
S. M. Scot I wint to Houston las?
nlsht on n biisln -ss Irlp.
Mr. W. C Tyrell, Jr.. of the Hey
woiil Oil Compiny. came over from
.Ii linings yesterday and spent Iho day
lit the city.
SUICIDE WAS PENSIONER.
Van Found Dead In Mexico City Was
an Old Soldier.
Mexico City. Oct. 13. An American,
who committed suicide nt tho Two Ite
niibllcs hotel, turns ont to bo liny-
ward Masters, nn Americnn vcnsloncr,
who arrived hero from Havana late
last week. He wnH fid yenrB of age,
gray haired and weighed 175 pounds.
Papers found on the body showed ho
hud served in Iho United States navy
,! ivnu n nensloner. The suicide left
a letter declaring his life a failure and
all hope gone. He 1ms no relatives
Yellow Fever Exists,
Tho superior board of health re
ceived notice that yellow fever exists
in itvn nlnees In the republic. Vera
Cru. has two cases, Merida two nnd
one suspect, two at Tebuantepee, two
at CoaUsicoalcoH and six at Acatynan.
Culio Montague. Italian charge u ar
faires here, returns to Washington as
first secretary of the Italian embassy.
LOVERS FOUND DEAD.
Virginia Case of Double Suicide or
Murder and suiciae.
Richmond, Va Oci. 13. Miss Bessie
Stone and Robert, Gill, who eloped
f-nni Aahlnnd Tuesday, were found
dend with their hands clasped near a
pond in that vicinity today by a
A bullet hole in the
iicad of each told the story of sup
posed double suicide or murder and
Miss Stone was shot, behind the ear
and Gill in the forehead. Gill had
taken off his coat and vest.
The indications are that lie killed
the girl and then shot himself.
SCARED THE RUSSIAN.
Master of Glenardf Says He sighted
Japanese Craft on r-acmc ooasi.
Tacoma, Oct. 13. Capt. Enlund,
master of the Russian ship Glenard,
which arrived in port Tuesday night,
from San Francisco, reports having
sighted a Japanese transport while
coming up. The captain says wnen
he sighted the transport ne expeciea
lo bo overhauled and possibly taken.
He was some distance away from the
ship, however, and tlid not show his
flag, nnd as a consequence the two
vessels parted company. Capt. En
lund had a narrow escape irom cap
ture. The Glenard Is hero to load coal
San Francisco's Opinion.
San Francisco, uct. 13. In maritime
circles here it is believed that the
vessel sighted by the Glenard was
oiiiwir the .Tniiiinese merchant steamer
America or tho United S'tates trans
THE MULLIGAN MATTER.
Charge of Attempt to Poison Placed
Lexington, Ky., Oct. i. The grand
jury reported today that it had been
unable to find any evidence to convict
lutiioa Mnlliiran with the attempted
'poisoning of the family of Judge .lame
IL Mulligan. The jury reKirten iiimt
a long and exhaustive review of the
case, in which all members of the
Mulligan family bad tesiifii-'l. The
grand jury then returned an Indict
ment against l-wls Mitchell, the ne
gro wbei confessed that he placed per
son in food, on the charge of malicious
attempt to poison.
Bay City's .50,000 Fire.
Houston. Oct. 1.1 Fire at Bay City.
T. t ic.flai- destroyed an en' ire tmsl-
!ne-s. block, entailing a loss estiiiiat-1
at In twei-n :;:..ni! and IVi.ih'i.
There was li" insurance. The tnan
lad no fire j.reite-etien and the flam s
burned thi'tn'-e lves out.
Mexien ri y. O-t. 13. H. J- Toik e,f
Si. I'ii-. ho lias eeiitraete-d to -"n
spinet the piiii'tii-rtl division e,f "'i
' V ile.TT-. t ra e.f the- I 'an-A mi riein fi'li
Unv from Te.na'a t' If ft" i"il. i'
tI i -e.Tfie -ia'ih- aniP'i'.nepl. rl if ei-el
lV;!!'.f l.irt-n jin -i'"!-ill i-f tSat
Tre Laics c' tt. Lou C:"'c
Crrjrch win tea l.i.,r h Vf.f.
i i,..-er!,n B l a'I anl Har-riy' rb'
e.P t 'III ' Pf. HI t'r'K te tt itr.4 ll'l
1C tO l"!. frir t' ll ti' f' lf '' Tie
.1. .r, t. f ,..,1 .r.-,T t tuii'ie i '. e. e
KLICITATIONS EXCHANGED BE
TWEEN DEMOCRATIC LEADERS
OVER CONCORD OF AFFAIRS.
PARKER CAUS ATHEADQUARIERS
Chairman Taggart Essay Clalrvoy.
ancy, and Remarks That tho Office
Has Had a Visit from tho
New York, Oct. 15. What la re
Kirdcd us the inuM lgiiiuctint confer
ence held during Judge Parker' luieht
visit to New York wim that wild Keli-
utor lioriiuin of .Maryland today. It
in-runic known I hut the candidate mid
the senator are in ihormmli necoid re-
(MIP.IIll,. ill,, i'l iiiiiui'i i if ibi. caiiiiiniini.
end that i-verythliig that has been done
In regarded by hoin lis temiing towiiiu
Felicitations v iv i xchanged over Ihe
n..wuini ..n'uri i li: i li;ii e In i n made
to li..rnionl.e all lenders and factions
l.i Ihe party, und the lui-l Unit m arly
li.ur weeks bilore Ihe election till
Uinocrats and fueilons were working
together was regarded as a reason for
vi ai illcntlon.
The work of the campaign. It Is now
understood, is lo be pushed with un
diminished vigor, and the closing
weeks are to equal all campaigns in
speaking, processions nnd meetings
. hlch will arouse the voters.
Judge Parker today made his first,
visit to the headquniiers of the Demo-
fii tit i mil Ifillfl I omiiiltlee. He sur
prised his iiolilicji! managers, who had
received no liitlmailon ol Ills iiiieiiiiou
in viwit i hem. id- found all the man
agers at their desks except William
Sheehan, chairman or tne executive
conuiiitlee. Mr. Parker spent nearly
half an hour with Mr. Taggart. Mr.
hhcehan came in just as jiiuk
l'...-L, .,. vi-nu I.-ii e I lier hcitihiiiurtcrs. The
etimpaign managers held a conference
immediately alter Judge j-arker s uo
pnrture. 'I'll., .,.iifAi'ini'e ludil liv the members
or the executive committee just after
Judge Parker left was for tho purpose
of considering campaign inatlerjt. Mr.
Taggart said ll was one oi inoso iiieei.-
Irgs frequently he.d liy I lie executive
committee for the puriM) of dis
cussing conditions and reports,
During tils visit judge i-iiikui- iin.-im-
nntlv peninrked: "I scarcely expeet-
e I to see everybody here hard at work
so early in tne morning, u joouh veiy
good, nnd is very encouraging.
Chairman Taggart. sum: ion can
always find us hard at. work, Judge.
Wr ni-ii nit interested lii doing every
thing possible to secure your election."
Some time later, wnen asiieu li mere
was any news today. Chairman Tug-
gart replied: "We have had a visit
from the next president, which is udoul
the most interesting event I know of."
Judge Parker's callers today, among
others, were Senator Gorman, General
Miles. J. Tavlor Kllyson. national com
mitteeman from Virginia; VV. H. Har
ris- of Virginia, S. K. Honey eir kiioiio
tin Sherlock of Cincinnati,
and several members ofjho New York
Judge Parker relume to r.sopus
this evening. Ho cxpeetf to come to
New York again next 'inursiiny.
THE DIVORCE QUESTION.
Episcopal General Convention Talks
It Over Pro and Con.
Poston, Oct.. 13. During a two
honrs debate on the divorce question
today by the house of deputies, of the
Kpsicopal general convention, both
side.s appeared to as far apart as they
were yesterday and pre'dlctlons were
lreely mudo that no final action would
be taken at this lime. Rev. Dr. J.
Lewis Parks or Now York, on behalf
or those who made the minority re
withdrew .their rocmmcndalion, but.
heir withdrawal d'X's not mean that
there will be any let. up In the fight
in the proposal to prohibt clergymen
remarrying the innocent person in a
divorce Kitit for infidelity while the
former partner lives.
The debate was put off until lornor
row. Tonight a public meet lug eir the
church association f-r the nilvnne-e
men! or the Interests of labor was
held in Fanii' II Hull, at which n iium
tier of prominent cbiireh men deliver
Contraband of War.
St. Petersburg. Oct. 11 Foreign
Minister IjimsdoriT Imlay pn-seiit'd
... il,.. , .i,. reir Ihe- whole IsHiie fie
Iv.iin th" lori-ign e fTie-o and the admlr
a'ty over the question if cun'rabaiid
of war. whii-h. as ralii.. 10 the Asn.p
eiat-d Pr'- s fKtolie r I't. had re a-le d
in, ne iit.- t-lAi : It is iiiidi-rsHHPl. bow
ier that tin- maner was le riiHirapj!y
adjusted, and no significant ib ebip
me Ills, suell as tin- resnrnul e.f
Lanisdorff. are- ant ie ipate-l, at l. a-t fur
!!,. r m nt.
WANTS NO INDORSEMENT.
Tammany Tells County Candidates
to Get Sby of Peonies Party.
New Ye.'l, e. 1' W.
M np'iv e,f Tarnmariy Hall. t-a'A tei
,lav 1l;a be- bad "i' li"1'' ' :'" "
rri.ee r ai'li'i.i" e.n t. p
er-i:e- t , 1 I r- 'ei' '-' 'i 'n A"
, .. r.l.,i1ii' r f-ry p-rT e.'tie,
1 1 mi 1 1 i r i ti .
In re- :.' - ti -i t t eV Wf rfc
... ,-. . i " .a,-' V'. Mievhv. ' 1
... ... - ., j . r , ..,--. J Lii- l-K-l -f j
, I . . r I '- I- fi"f -rr ' - ;
. I , . . I , TP' 1 .
, ., . ... I , .,- ,1., I
' . .....(
., ' ti - e il'in v p
, ,1 ... v ).t ! i ii ' ii-''-' ''
t --. i- pt.i t'- pt-. n
I --T 'I I-- trf'Tl T.'tl n !
At the Biff Store.
l-adles" Kltillieletlo W'lllslH, all
new fall pHtli-niH, 7'o
vitluea. Friday RO
ladles' llbiek Merci-rlmed Near
HI Ik Pettleoati). umde with ac
rordcon pleated fliiunce,
I.im value, hliliiy (Ot
Ladles' Tailor Made Knit, nil
new, 1901 style, and colors, U.&u
and 15.00 values
Ijidlca nnd MIhhch Walking:
h'klris, black and colorn,
n.nti values. Friday i!.lS
..aides' Muslin Underwear, Gowns,
Skirts nnd Corset Covers, iieuily
made and trimmed.
N.V value, Friday 8
Outing Flannels, light ami dark
t-olorlin'.H, 6 l-2e vnlttea
for 7 l-22
Children's Union Sulli'.
all hIi-ch. special at 25c4
1 .adieu' Union Suits,
special nt nee ,,ud 35
Ladles' Vi-sts and Drawers, nice
ly finished, fill weight,
New Fall Percales In Iho new
red, blue, blacks and grey
grounds, 10c valno 7 1 2
THE BIQ STORE
MM I. Ill 8 B1B1I M.
LIGHTING AND POWER
ICiC AND COLD STORAGE
Rates Fornishad on Application.
Main Office 381
The Best Building BricK in the World
Address LOEB, TEXAvS
lh-l SUH'JET lOl
Tickets for all trains on sale Oct. 18
and morning train Oct. 19.
Limit to return Oct 21.
For furthf r information
A. R. ATKINSON.
D. P. A.
R. M. MOTHNER
THE POPULAR JEWELER
.CROCKETT STREET, ..EAUaONT, TEXAS
Ta lk Critr f tk tit.r
A ae-'ie -1 i'l'til 'tf t- p r e
V',vfTiW 'J'-h. T" ' Winn l i
n.rieo wit) I-" Di I' 4 te :i pt.rie
New Kail Ores, GluRhama, nh
line of Hi(teriia, lut) value,
Friday 7 12s
While Crochet lk-d Bjireadl,
l.oo value for 89
Ready to tue Sheets, 81x90,
7.'ic values, lor G3(
7?!0, ufio values,
Heady-tol'so Pillow Cases, 42xUU
13 I valucfl,
for A 10t
Hemmed I lin k mi l Kusulaa lialb
Ciiii.lt Towels, large l.t), cxtri
heavy, lfc values,
All Linen Crash, extra heavy.
leu values, for O 1 2e
Vunyon'H Witch llaxel Soap,
Uic alno, for 10
2 packages of Finn Tlala
White Envelopes for 54
Standard Spool Cotton, blnck
and white, 2 spools for 5
Whllo Pearl Dross Diittons, 2
dozen on curd. ' ''
THE BUSY STORE
, . y
All Order. Recelva Prompt Att-ntlon .
rand 382 TeVir St.
& Tile Co., w
J. E. MONROE.
C. P. a T. A.
til ttt. Braes.. T.
t Vi Imt, rt-lr-el. payalde shout
ei il'l'tll la re-aety fif Jtj me-nt s
C L, W ILLI. PIS. frriTfT.
, . . , l..i.,.. -r 1V t-e. eV'