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GENUINE BOOAl FOR TEXAS
IL HA GIVEN AN IMPETUS TO
PROSPERITY IN THE STAJE
VA Talk with a Toxan Sojne 1 Inlercstinfl
FactSRcoardlnO the Beaumont
Z5 i i OH Field
Messrs Thomas C tnnn Sr ami
Thomas C Dunn Jr V ot Houston at
nre iwu Engines
Umseht sojourning nt the PanAmerican ly Wrecked
exposition nt lluffnlo lit addition to a
vUlt toMie exposition their Itinerary has
Include J and will Include n number of
place of Interest In Ihe Umpire Stabft nnd
in Canada Notwithstanding It N mention
time with them It villi bo teen from an
Interview given below that they arc not
too busy pleasure seeking to toko tlio noeos
rary time for saying n good word for the
Lone Star State Tlie following Intenlesv
nppears In the Itochester tit Y Democrat
and Chronicle of Jul 5i
A real live Texan Thomas C DmtUf
Jr of Houston Is visiting his brotherin
law William 13 rain in this city accom
panied by his father nud ln the course of
nn Informal Interview yesterday ho gnvo
some Intetostlng uptodate Information re
garding the Lone Star State Mr Drum
came North to visit tho IVtnAmerlenii ex
position and Incidentally to visit Montreal
Huston Jvfiw York and other Northern
cities
> Naturallyj just nt this time the subject
f the recent oil dlscoxerlcs In Texan first
ottrutlcd Itself
OI1J snld Mr Dunn In response to a
question by the reporter Yes we liter
ally have oil to throw to the railways
for the Southern Pacific Is making over Its
tender Into oil tanks nud U rigging IU
Iciomotlve tire boxes to gtoum wltn liquid
Itiei from ue n iv Iteaumorit llelds All of
tl < well In list territory arc gushers
nnd the oil Is well adapteif for fuel It Is
n w worth something like 50 cents a bar
lei and targe lots ran be shaded a goal
deii and good bituminous coil costs ill
a ton at Houston
All of oar heavy mnehlnen Is now run
With steam generntod In oil an fool O
iniirse we donr knon bow < ienmr < th
1Kb K hut prosper ton aie fdiiklit ind >
I over Texas I giiei thoie Is nil eionmli
Tli oil Is uached hi drptb of ab itt lu
fielWhat
What are you gronint In lexas
Almost everything tliat l giom nil
win re from pecans to oboit horns lelgi
lng 140i pounds when they hi soipiiel
ft Ill th trans ns 3 te it olds Ol conn
< < > tcn Is our pi < it stiple No are
not set doing n imii In ii w i of tumm
tie fxtiV Into iniile I is not unllkIi
thl l Supply Of till Up fII I will 111 Hi tli ii
0 n St loll
Son spoke about rntttr raising Iio
citeufK1 Is It mrrliol on In TtXtif
< itv inlstn I v i > linpi rtunt with
up Ion know tlun K i good deal of
1 > I 1 losns finI mneli t It la peoullurli
ildutled to eisli f hino i frcat 4etil
of ral i In wtnte d > u inn antl tli1 mo
eulte arnsfi npen < iml fall tnd ghe ol
feed for th < e Ml ill wlntei Tllij do
well on It it ii I i un mil In the sprlnir In
iltlon HmrietlmiS ilonst In Koii
macy m en up nttlc and ttnlnH tlteut
with teoi meal mlvvd nlth otutj
feed not nhen r i lt th < m In tho Mummer
fltrd fall e car them light from tho rn nn
till gr v fed and shipthem to Hi lonl
mid otinr more Northern markets Our
onttle are niottly shon liorin or Diirlimm
rtjld vj iilte tnoes or Herefoi ds
The e ranches are of ttom MX to 2til
rym here Sometimes the stockmen bnre
lint oii < breed on one of IlitMc raneheaj
nffiiln ntheis li ivo l > oth brcoris In whlen
ie tlwj are kopt separate to pieaervo thq
lieoed Wo ooleulnto oiio heid foi tea
aites al tlo > > en raionnd but thu gres
Is so pontlful wo euu feed any dumber of
lllcti f i the glitter psrt of th rear The
rrtoh k are fenced Wltti liarli wire aid
t o oi three ue ree will do the ordluury
im 1 rf n rioo aero raneU riding the rmig
o di when we want R lninth or rn
ti to ship the negroes get what help
tho wunt mill soon rounn them up Tu
1 i < mge InereaW It the herd l > > t 9
pei emt each vqnr This laul noni Horn
t4it i in worth > i h 5 to Stlfl par aci
iTnei K till lime sehool land up tli
< rnuluuill < imi turn Is not t iken It can
> no taken np fur fl an arre A homeiteuder
osn tsko up an much thio eotloni c
6H0 at s each Ilo t oblige t lit on
It tht years and cm thm hnvo fortv
ear to pay for It with intercut at i pei
mtr
Hnw are farmers prospotlng generallv
in TeKnsj was asked
Oiose who cnnie In fiom the North tre
doing well ofpeiliill the GermiiUH They
have taosht our fanncis n good main
dung about cultivating land Litc iuan
til Whs of com Is gm n In Texas nnd huiik
viMlt In he 1anhandle dletrlei We hne
iHiny kluds of fuilts and epoilmintH Imp
ilM thit the oiin ih flour n mil heir
heuillv with goo I finli Of eourie wo
d oit gio the nppl yon liavo ip hero
In iho Nmtheri oonntr nlthoiiih they oiu
rnlslim niiplos ii Wiit n
Ieti lull ri n ii idanfitlon of 20000
nrres nheh Is nil i to b tin Incest nuiritr
plnitmIon in tti word li i provldod
vlth el of the oioteru sppllancei for mak
lug grnuilnted singiir <
v ou shlpnlng nnv oil
Yes seveml large lulu hnve been tent
nlmad In tank M amois and other large
snl jiio biilldlue to trnmpo t the prol
ii t lh oil Is nioitli Khippc l < v the Hi
blno Ia I nl tho bulk of the cotton
M my thlnU thit tho dlsroverv of oil III
Mieh lirge quaulltu III mnterlnllv chitQi
the rlinraele of tho Industries of Texas
and glo It a liooin It has never known
With good fuel oil at Xi to li > eents per
barrel It It bslliVed there v lit he ntt In
flnvvpf matiiifaeiurlng enpltil
Jtr nnnn sold that tho people of Ipxnn
are taking very little Interest In politic
they are mor Intorested In tle business
prosperity of the State Just low
This Is Mr Dunns first visit to the
Kortht and he Is llndlnc at many point
of nnd IntetoM as would s Now
Yorker on Jils ftrt tour of observation Itf
the Ione ytir Ktate
SCIENTIFIC EDUCATION
G oroia School Assumes Still Larrjor
Proportions
In addition to the departments of me
chnnlrnl elcrtrleal elvll nml textile en
gineering with ithelr elaborate equipment
the Sihool of Technology lu Atlanta uow
orfors a ennrse In engineering clwtnlsUy
ltoth students Mud graduates of this In
stitution llnd thentsplvc In ilptnaml
tlutiuahout he Intluxtilal South and nic
rnPlUv ndvan In The leglster of the
cuidunteR aud their proneut > o tlons
published viltb evorv rnnilogue Ik eon
vllielng evldeme tlmt thu sthool Is tlnr
ongh practical adMineed and pro ivs Uo
I tenslie eatilocin w nt on iipjillo itloii
ljmun Hnll rnilrt < ilnntn Un
TRIED TO USE A DIRK
Uetective Smith Dexterously Warded
Off the Intended Blow
Yesteiday lit ii n as Detective Smith
enured the door of the polloo stutlnu huv
lng a prisoner lnu < tody the luttor ensaiel
to ijiuw i > very ugly looking dtik hh >
ho hud comtBtled lit a teft side klint
posket It refiulr tl lonslilernble iIhvioiIii
on ihe pirt of ftoteittve Utnllh to kno k
n lle Jhe tltr teiun vveapon without mm
lug In contait with It
A Cur for 5utrirner Complaint
Summer cWfliihjJjut b < unusually preinlent
ompng vhlhreU th ls season A wcl 1
lttopeil cajje itt h wrMevs famll > w <
rured Ust wvelfjiy ihe tlmeii use ir fti nn
lierlalns Colic lu > l en and IHanli u
ltempdy one uf lie best patent ipedlvme
mnniifacHJisjrt d which u always kep4
oti hamf at tlie Uotne of ye serine This Is
notJu te ilet ft < i free pntT for III coin
ipSny yho do nut adiertlse with us ti i
mv lienefit little sufferers who inn not lu
ipfiln easy flcces1 of a pinuim
lyui fjrAinjIysbmtJrt n wttimu
o tii
i jricrtltln In ho hatbe espeilally
nipf tlpi vLauslng lowo Journal
j sale by all druggists
J
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f tin
ill Sum
For
ENGINES IN COLLISION
Freight and Passenger drains Dash
into foch OtheK
roUR TRAINMEN PAINFULLY INJURED
Two and Threo Cars Comploto
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in an Accident Near
HockleV PassenQcrs Uninjured
A passenger and freight engine of the
Houston ami Texas Central railroad num
bers SO ntitl llfi respectively met nt a
point thlriythruo mllca north ot Houston
and two miles south ot Hockley yesterday
mornlifg and disputed the right of way
with eoeh other The meeting was attend
oil by painful Injur Ion to four members of
the respective train creufl mid With dire
results to rolling stock
The pusnenger trflltt In collision was No
Ill southbound due to reset Houston fiom
the north at 1 it in The train wus exiotly
ou time according to the wtitcbis of he
train crew and the accident ociimel at
114S p m as hortii bj a report in le
to Ihe gineril uinnsgers office Noir o
tfci passengers are icporfVd as Injmed ul
though uiulty of them were b dty siiukon
up I j the ttrrlflc force of the collision
A ldlot train which wus miide up ns soon
hi fins of the accident could be tele
grrplud to this place left the Houston an I
Tas Central jard at 280 a m lira
stujit and Koid of the eompato bopliii
n eo panleil Uie relief rialn The Injured
tut in ers < > f the titiln crew were limugut
to ON place nnu made comfortable nt no
tiiii and Texas Ceutiul hospital Whilo
llioir liuiU are iery painful thev arc u < a
raiiid as at all serious Those Injur1
nd th > extont of their hints as ghci m
l > y Chief Cleik Jeff N Miller ot the gon
enil inuiiKgiis lepMrtmeitt are ns follow
Hnglnvor iiiito of fihe pa scugur Iitn
brtU ed 8lM > ut face and shoulders
lnglneeir Achei of the freight tialn
nihIiKiI about shoulders and breast
I tinman V Collins of Ihe pasofnger tinlu
hIIkIhI > liiulteil in Jumping from the rn
glue
urskemsn It C Ivey of the freight irnln
iIriht tiukb slightly spralninl
Ahlle nil of the mini are iinlnfnil
Iii rt It Is nut loiisldered that tlielr lu
Jmli < mo at all neilous
Im tno oiikIihk In collision tne wlitiltilc
Miip plloi iml It will be necessary to t
Ililid lorii ttoio tho are again In ci u
uiiKiin V tiol lii train loiide 1 with beer
mid rwo i ii iodds nf melons was de
mollsnoil a total toss being roglstciw for
iu tlrree ears ami their conteuts
Very little track damage wim sustained
and trains won running on schedule lime
In a few hours after the accident
Mr Jeff N Miller who klndu ftirulshiHl
lie farts given above to a lepoiter for Tho
lo t wai aslted us to fhe cause of the ac
cident lie said It was an utter disre
gard for train orders on tAie pari of the
Height crew who were running on pas
setigw time The aeel < lnnt was caused by
irioss neilgeoce enixdesMieis and an utter
dlsregsnl of ermpauy lntmftlo A r Tho
pun njei irnln whk ou time to the min
ute The fact the accident occurreil at a point
Hlmoat midway l etueon stations would In
itliate thut both trains ere under full
headway when the eoHIslon took place
THE FALL WAS A FATAL ONE
Miss Fruncis Thomas Met with an Un
usual Aocident Which Caused Death
Miss Francis Thomas IIS years old
daughter of Mr nnd Mrs John Thomas
died early yesterday morning from the
edicts of s fall sustained about dusk tins
eicnng before Ths ncdOent which result
ed In the death of Miss Thomas
Miss nitimas wiih one of tbw dearest
Uetisures of n happi famllv to whom
taer sad mid uiillmelv deuli N a sore tic
leaiuuiem Indeed In aildlHoti to ihe pa4
ejits the Iminedliilelv beiened are three
ulsters ami n bioilior
The fuiietRt will tile plan this nioriilng
t 10 odoek from the famllv residence
12 Drttly place with Interment In this
German cemetety
THE DEADLY OIL CAN
Cams Near Knding the Life of SixYoar
Oki Everett Morriss
Micrett the tlearold son of Mrs JI M
MqiiIbs < ir a lie I mna street w S very se
ilously burned nt llttJO ycjilerduy morulltg
Tlie lad made tho discovery thut u tire be
nenth a wash pot lu tlie > ard was not
burning to Ida satisfaction ami he hnd
recourse to a can of uml oil to Increase
the blare At Ihe Ural application of ihe
oil tho lire still refused io bom Ou a sec
oud application of th < inflammable II Uld
there wus nu explosion which hkvt the tlie
Mil nvcr the feel and legs of ihe little
bojr liurnttig Win very badly Ur Hour
land Who was culled uroiiunocs the burns
very serious The little fellow wai re
ported resting easy last tilghl
SHERIFFS DEPARTMENT
Strayed trom J P Heck Hniistoa
Texas giav horne 6 > ears old H hands
high In moled a Spiinlali liriud on the left
thigh tnowu man to hands high brand
unknown wire cut vu thigh 8 jears old
son el pom tl years old II lunula tilth
Spanish braid on left thtth 110 reward
Strnjod oi Molon from Joe lei Houston
Texas i liluck mtre ii yen is pld 11V
InniW high branded ItR on the left Wp
unbroke Itewurd 3
SlriMil r stolen from Mrs W
bill nuiiiunr Ti vas a sorrel
hands high small blixe In fare
while libcial lewiud A It
shiriff
T Gobi
colt II
hind feet
Uidcrson
A Sustaining Diet
These uie the euervstlng dsjs when ai
omelmli has said men drop by the sim
stioLe ns If the Iiin of Fbf > had dan lied
Th < i nre fraught wills itatigor to iieople
whoK sisteius are nooily sustained und
this lends us to in In tho Interest of the
le > K lebust of oin leaders ihit the full
i fei I of Hoods SiiiHiipiulll i I such as to
suggest the pioprtctt of i tiling this medl
ei in soUKIblug in otitis n Iii oil pnrltlcr ami
ionic ss u suhl itilng ilit I li iiiUs it
milth easier to hen ili 1 iistnen re
tn > lini sleep ae I vlll wliliout ill doubt
iniit mi eh < lckiiis ii tins iloi oi jour
Mldain Itupl h > is deiuoiiKiinied tlle fact
t It ii l tne fui me nn be trii as mum will
toHIft nho liuie ilslted her lunms nt the
liuihlns House
IKHMis Ml IltONS
I w 11 I e exi ln i h ingjg d
i s i mi i < t I i i > o I md
i > l l t nil ik io i
I i o i V i i I i ill ii
lullMi a V los s J 1 rt <
trce Juii 111 ill plloll i Ii
KOU OIATKAI CONTUACTINO
Of giitllng of rallioid and rli e canals of all
kinds of fi iillng work please phone SJU
mlliess 1JC riplloi uienue W K ur
tel Houston 1iXJi
W s 1st das Btenctis rubber stainps
notary ami lodge souls metal cuecUn sic
J V Love XJU3 Alcchaufc bt ualv ca r
4 t
HOUSTON DAILY HST SATUKDAY MOKMJSG JULY 13 1SJ0L
LIEUTENANT BURROUGHS
A WELL KNOWN HOUSTONIAN RE
CEIVED COMMISSION YESTERDAY
Appointment Is for tho Cavalr > i Has
Asked to Be Assigned to
Twelfth Rcoiment
James M Hilrrnngh of this city yester
day rccelvwt fretu tho nor department an
official commission ns llrsl lieutenant a
Cnvnlry In the United States urmy ihe
document which of course bears the slg
natures of President JlCiClnley and Sei ro
tnry of War Root i dated June 21 It be
comes cffoetltc on wrpptimre bv the ie
ttplcnt and ns Lieutenant Ibinongus wired
his neceptauce yesterday It mm be said
to be In effect nt the present time
The appointment lomei as n well meillcil
reward to Lieutenant ilurrotighs than
whom none of the > oung men of Houston
who have been Identified Willi nillltiry
nutUrs tire more popular His mllftnry
career wss begun as ft member of the old
Light Guard a unrulier of years ago Later
h reccltpd nu appointment In the iivn ry
service of the Stntu mllltln In which he
was an officer nt the time of the breaking
out of the Spanish war At that time ho
was made adjutant of tho First Tevus
eevalry Inllcd States volunteers and
served as such under Colonel J It Wttles
and nftemaid under Colonel Luther 1
Hare
Lieutenant llurrougha relumed to his
honu in Houston when his loglmcnt was
mustered < > ut and remained here until the
lOluntPir army was formed for sen Ice In
the Philippines In lKbS Al this tunc he
was given u PAptiilus commission und
w is afterward assigned ns ndjiilntit of th
famous Thirtythird Colonel llmus teal
nnnt which did such splendid sen lee in
the rescuo of Ileutonnm lllinure or tne
navy mid In other cnmpulgiis He OMnstPl
In recruiting the leglmcnt baling to n
stiitiontd bare for Some time pi lor to depo
line nlth Menumint Colonel llreietim
ln > afterward Killed himself while In th
Philippines having become tempolarllj de
linged as a result of wounds
Lieiiiennnt IItit roughs retinnctl In the
tnlted Stales with his reglmoct tola
Kpiliig und wus mustered out nt Sa > Irui
cisco In Apill Iminedliately nfler ril hp >
submitted to n ten dnvs examlnatloii I
fetp an nun liosid Tor admission to thu
regular establishment
The commission wblth nnlrod vesto day
Is the tlmil result of this exam bat o i
Ueiitinant llntionghs had Inert lul in
tudlcie that he would not receive nn ati
poinlmeiit end iheiofore wlien he io
ecied n tclegmm Thnrsilii nhtht dli rt
liJf him to nsk foi nr nssltrnment in tio
ficentlv oiginlseil Twelfth cavalry he did
not titnleistand the meaning of li H
km nothing definite or the iippolittm tit
until the arrival of the commNsImi yeitei
dpi As befoio stated he aecopted Inline
dlately nnd asked
Twelfth which
toiIo and at vuiIons pusls on the border
Colonel Hare Is a major In this iotfhn u
Lieutenant Ibirroughx Is a sou uf nr ni d
Mrs J J Ilurroughs of thin city
CITY BREVITIBB
Tbwo Is an unrlelliered telegram at the
Postal Teleginnh oftlie 118 Mslu Btleot
for C E Novel
Extensive repairs arc being made In the
poltlouOf Sweenc Co nbs opcCa hotist
oecupflNl bv Bhe bar
Mr Gemge P Ilrown has secured thlrti
rirf 1 Tu ir
The city police
Chief Jerome P lllchnrds of the Mtmiphls
n iAJfi r > 1 yA f
of Hnlveston are guests at the Hire ho1
tel
Mis I J like aud Miss Luclle Itlce of1
Ilrownwnod are gue ti tit the Logan holel
> lr J V Thackrtberry lias returned to i
the cityafter an iilisence of several dns I
Messrs J H Pniks and J D I5io n
or iitosvllle nre among the Lojiatr hotel
arrivals
ih Paul W Joplln a popular traveler
Un returned from a vlmt to relative la
Iwntiuky
Mr J I Patrick a substantlil eltlzeti
ot Cetitervllle Leon county Is a guest al
the Hrmol
Mesis A J La IJeim anil I IaIcosIc
nt JiSfarstte La are registered nt the
iHitching house
Mr T W Fowler of IC1 Campo nceom
paulud by his sister Is a guest at the
llitlchtns house
Mr V Siftnpter Smith manager of the
Pthel TiiwWr Opera i ompauy U n guest
nt tho rtleo hold
Mr A II Ssveri i promlreii young
mi reliant of 10 Pflrte Is among the gneili
at the logau imtCl
Jllss Martha Piatt of Erlanger Ky N
visiting her slntev 3Irs Hrtlc II Morton
bin Hamilton stfeet
Mr It IJ Harris of St Louie who Is
at present prospefitlpc In Texas 1r nmoiu
the Hutchliis house anlvals
Mrs H T ICcllev left yesteiday after
noon over the Jutem ulonal and a rest
Noithein for tbMttpn 1iibor Mich
Mr and Mrt Iouit J Wilson of Ati
for an assignment to the f YbVneta 1
is stationed at Bnti i n porte
Mlesos Iblli and Tense Wilson
aw gtiin nt the Itlce hotel
Mrs IS C Arnold inl children departed
yesteiday afternoon on thu International
nud Urent Northern fast mull for Pine
Illtitf Ark <
Messrs Itrutttchnltt nnd Ittatr two prom
i Winn youttf otlorneys of New Orlcins iu
turned home Just night after spending yes
j terdnj In Hofistfth
Among the passeugers on the Interna
tional ami Orent Nm thorn fast mall yes
terday Wleinooii wan Mr P A Wood e
I mute to Madison Iud
I V A lilajiclmrd nnd wife returned fimn
j a two months trip fo IlulTilo and New
Voik yesturflay amlnc over the luternii
memliers for the PuMness i igue tuner i
new t l nn l vorr u <
his induction Into the ofllcc of worotur
County J l Vf h ia h c alkroct5al lI J0l l J Mnd
name of Mr ld I retidon totie unii tf Apmc compose a twrti who have apart i
lltrt for llls section has rctiuued to
iii i Houston
J ho heamlfnl medals which the tlle t absence of sevoa days
Light Sunn reieved
i ocwuii is a
to mippoit i iiess League Ich gate to the Tinnsmlssls
V dcpiil SheillT from neonmout wis In i 0ngres and after leailng his wife
the ilty
yosurday serving a hirse nilinbeii Mnuit0 Springs ho Mill attend the
Ilnmionv bslge No 861 Knights of Hon
or held Us regular meeting lust evening at
Its hall In the Mason block and passed a
resolution to lve nn entertainment at Its
next meeting on the night of tin AMU of
this month promising an eujoynhle time
They illsc elected V T Camp the present
dictator as the lodges representative ti
the grand lodge which meets nt lort Wolth
next August
have been nptlflftd
tleek to be on the ground In advance lu
order to prepare for the urrlial of the
Houston delegation
M J M Hamilton of Cuern Is a guest
st the Hiivhins house and has been a
hoiiiii iiii the oltWor oicral dsjs Mr
Hamilton has lieou agent of the Wells
lutgo mil other etpross companies at
C iiiiii for twenn jears He began the sor
Mie th e 4u IHi1 wllh tho Teus Ksnress
coin pan v was agent for the Paeltle I3
priis eomp iuj for a tliue and ha been
IVnn police department that urovev U j agent for ihe WolLstoirgo people since ISSil
Mmgan agud 15 jears Is missing frnm his I lie iiects to icturn A Cucio loday
street Mcniiihls nnd
home tr J Oeorgln i
ii i limn litMSfii nf him slnei
tint nothing has been heard ot
June 10 His patents are erv anslous to
obtain lldlnge of bis whereabouts the
lsiy Is doscrHnxl ns being large for his age
fair complexion Jnowti bslr and eyes
dressed tu blacl with while Striw hat and
hoary Shoes He Is u printer and of pleas
nnt nddrosSj
PERSONAL MENTION <
O > Knight nt Waco Is a guest at the
Irfwtor
John JulUT of Juliet Is stopping at the
fir utol
11 J Uiissell of nsllss Is registered at
the IjiwIw
C W Cminallv of Cnero Is a late ar
ma I at the Bristol
Mr John 0 Howlstt ot Edua Is a gueHl
at the Hutcblns house
T II Iewht of St Louis ts among ths
si rivals si the Lawlor
> r and Mrs II 8 Hew ot Duke arc
registeied at tlie Jirlsto
Mr 8 P Itobittaou ot Henumont li h
guest al the Logan lintel
Mr H J Mooie of Salyeston Is among
the Jogati hotel arrivals
Mr J O Kisthuiu of iluntsnlle Is
stcppitlg at the Illee hotel
P Marks aud W L Clood ot Hay City
are stopping st the Lawlor
Mr aud Mrs John T Onrrlson of Nn
cnfrdoches are st the IlrlstoL
ilr W 8 DivUUun ot Ucaumont Is
registered nt the Logan hotel
Mr John C Wtlllsms of Huntsvlllo Is
eWong the Itlcs hotel arrivals
S Harris a tr vv > llujr mast of Oulvsston
In autographed at tho fsiwUir
Mr nml Mrs W P 1avWson of George
tewt are guests st thu Logan hotel
Mr II Ji Maxoly ot Wartherfonl Is
registered at the Hutching house
Dr A M Wiummiii of ftalreaton Is
among the ltiitchlus house guests
Mr nnd Mis W S llionU or Wlurtnn
are guests st tlie Iltitchlnn home
Mr lleim Itliilitor n New Orleans trav
eler Is among ie llke hotel Ifrlvats
Mi 1 l Simmons a Ht Lous traveler
U nvstie1 it the Hutchles house
It l > Oarrlson of Xtieogdoches came tn
yestentsy and put up ni th Ilrlstol
illss He Vernon McPaddcn of Uesuinont
IS aginyg the guests Xt the Rico hotsl
llivrs Hen W Th and T P Lamlfls of
Vidoiii me guests it the Iotap hotal
Mi P T Anildcr n Irjveler out of
Chicago Is a guest nt the Lqgap hne >
Mr Heiiii 3 Labsit i nlvestpjl trar
cler la stopping at the Hutchlns bouse
Messrs G B Wlustoa and 11 BcaHord
AT THE AUDITORIUM
Cavalleria Rustioana Draws a Good
House Olivette Matinee and Niaht
CmalleiU Itusltonnn proved n great
dewing card at tne Auditorium last night
sud those who witnessed It felt more than
repaid fm their trouble n attending the
performance Miss Iottlo Kondnll sang
u d ecleil with hoj usual god tsto mil
etcvir Interpret tUin the two parts Itcttlua
In the Mnaefltto nnil Loin lu Uustl
i ma Miss JculltrN avbs a good Suntus x
ns wus Sllss Iliiiker an able Mamma Iu
cla Mr Westons splendid iobut tenor
Of Rubber
is not long Seeing this Uie wise
buyer takes only Fresh Goods
The wise dealer buys only Mich
quantity as can be sold immedi
ately Fresli rubber is here in
GARDEN AND
LAWN HOSE
sold under positive guarantee at
10c and 12c per foot
Bering = Co3tes
Hardware Co
ftJ Cor Prairie and Milam
WHOLESALE
M
will be id isi d to ham that the
p t ular little torn Mbm Is to haie a proper
ici ignition of his ii lliti lu the foim of a
b k nmm supply go
1015 TEXAS AVE
for acceptable Wra
J > Ute If patented
THE PATENT RECORD
Baltimore Md
IlllL
Ltiowu that a considerable amount of
> oce h Mrtl a r Its lust In the
trjin rihing has been sold
tte of yurjilcto Mr Sennour
antl wut
artistic In hoth slnflLg itnd acting the be
trayetl luuband AKla
M th matinee tiilsy snt at tonights
pcrfurmatiee 0llisle will be presiiel
Oil toiuoiiow ulglxt the management has
decided to alio a testlmoulil benefit to lt n
I MlgC Theie htixV Iwen numerous ln
Uiilrlo Since MWi KcndHl s Iienetltl IioLii
by mall and mrsiiiil npidliitlou as to
when Mr Lodge vns to haie a benefit
tu the mittei hnLicn settled and liens
i
Two Alarms Turned In During the Mcnr
mo Hours of Yesterday
The lite department lesponded to two
iilBrms dining ihe enily inointng boms of
jesterday Tho llist was turned In shorttr
befoie 3 oclock fiom box 511 It proveil
to be located In the residence f Ml I 15
nililingkfelder 311 We t sttiet It oilg
Inaied apparentlj In the side nr ihe klteho i
wall sud thence extended Into the louf
The i coord kept nt thu central tiio bta I n
plies the estimated damage to the build
lug at D0 tnd to the contents Uo The
loss is entered by liiMimnee 5Ir Held
Ingsfcbler who has been nulte sli k was
the sole occupant of the tiilldlng aud had
a pretty close call to get out of the burn
ing Btructme unharmed After the lire he
discovered that hit pocketlmok containing
some cash and other valuables > mi s
Ilig The purfce may haie been made off
with by some sneak thief during the e
i Itemctil Incident to the tire or It urn
hate fallen Into he hands of u lnuglar
who afteiward tired the building to cmecil
the cilmc The indication were that thu
tire was of Incendiary origin
The second lire alann came fiom box
JiJl nt l3o a nt The lire win located J
S Itagllnos residence 3110 Itninti sireit
Ilfth ward It oilglnatcd fr mi a defei
tlie flue and was extinguished with an
estimated damage of So
Stolen Clothing Recovered
Detectives Quln and Smith have sue
needed In recovering about 1S0 worth of
clothing which has heen stolen recently
fiom half a dnscn different houses In ad
dltlon to the stolen booty recovered It Is
Excursions to Sylvan Beach
Itegular Tuesday and Prlday etenlng
moonlight excursions to Sylvan lleach La
Porte by Southern Pacific i II fc n ll y
Music dancing sailing and bathing Tritn
leaves Ccntiul depot nt 0 p m Ueitnulng
lenies Ln Porte ln30 p in Regular Sun
daj excursions leave Central depoi b Olt
n m tl IS m lfiO p m Liive La
Porte Op m S 51 p m Music Sunday by
Irof Inuebs Herman band
Maii ir Twr S > > A aTarirari > mitiiiatitTi i < uitip
Your
Money
Back
if you
dont like
Wetmores
Best
The first and only chewing
tobacco to be guaranteed
No Premiumi
If vour dealer ha ntt Tr
ore j Xcrl ienvt ut 29 c < ui
vr a pound pluff
Remember the
Umbrella Brand
M C WETMORE TOBACCO CO
St Leuls Mo
XA targett independent
factory in America
mganmTTrn > tliJft1j
nLrpr iT
m
indicates purity and perfection in brew
ing It has been used on more bottles
than any other label in the world It is
found only on the famous bottling of
AnheuserBusch Brewing Ass n
St Louis U S A
Brfiwers of the original Budweiscr Faust Miclielob AnheuEcrSLindard
PaleLager Export Pale Black Tan Exquisite and AlaltNutnne
The Episcopal
7 College For
SAN ANTONIO TEXAS
Languages ni i
cojiseMh J
R C Garrett D D LL I bishop of Oalla Ten
FoauJed by lit ltcv A
ST MARYS COLLEGE and
Preparatoiy School
SchOOl Of MUSIC REOPENS SEPTEMBER 17
women college preparatory cifi
collece for the Christian education of
l lltenrv courses Wshop A C Oanett Instructor In mental science ml
mathematics lu charge of graduates of Smith ttu
and
m M A Natural science Inimki 1
tronomr Classics and higher
v Collece and Trinity University of Toronto taught by lh
Three European InstnMors of moarit
1st of the University of Michigan
for fore u tinifl under supenbion of tte tfl
iiaces Arrangements made
ctois trained In ierrainv and
NtsL <
examined annunly by Mr Kk
and chlua pa jiiik unjbi n
iitlture lucharg of tralced ia
Hall and UeVtUiloti Hall with euss ituue un tint t
gtovei ouen in h nuj llzlittl
ll Mill
AND CONSERVATORY OF MUSIC
SELECT SCHOOL FOR GIRLS
limited number of students for the ienk t
Off rs boird and ultloi to a
lu < UiU ufti Uils will be adutltl d lu tae ooardlo K
glinlim Septemner
f II courses h adlng to the degiees U 1 II S A B en I A M u se epecla wr >
Plnest idtantagos In nil branchs of Music Art Kloiutlon and PhjslMl CjIb
Large Cvmnasliini wel selected Lturury and well eniilnpi d in atoty ht
from Columbia Unlvorin Chicago Lnlyerslty InndciblU Inlvi klty Pclte
of MIsiHslppl Ncwlifij and Peabody llii con ervitoi i H n w Oermit
fes ors from Lelpslg und Co gne iiivl a full emps of epe le 1 teachen
Ihe State iffoils s tpeilor n liantnRCS to tho i p t fi lug a ICItttU
admit Iuk onl > a limit1 number of gill lho e who appi n hsv fht
Poi itili ndd ei A S Laird Pi leal Ink CM
moms r sue
lertincate admits to Wlleley and state University ON UVA10RTH
LL MUMMFt
wvna > utits a i uiaiti tiTtti iintwau tuta aTiT irvti iiitii WMW
fT
xas
and Conservatory of Music
6
This well known sihool his Just closed Its most prospe nis tttAto
slant progress and Iniproiemeiit Is the history of this Inslli M n lit s
b est Ilteran facultv the college has ever had Is offered for tli juilns
B Couservatorj of Jlule heade I by Mlckwltz and McDonaM stalids wt
B iii al In tie Smith Miss Hlllncdt In charge of the Art deoai un nt ipcnft
I stars In nnopu under tie best Instrm iors The futilities o ti i ioll W
S ImpiBieil ta s sutumei b > thi crecilen of another building 1 ir proipecu I j
J coming sesfitnn are unusuiltv favutub c and we would it paitlrt vt
it room to uike early application Tor catalocue and special I f rtpatloii IJ
g Mits l Kino > k i rrttiacrt
J sortnan Ttw
n i
SKATIVO fAPVCITV l i Lireer than all other Southern tolrses
nmlnentlj Superior ndiuates to meet the Llilng Oimauds it a Progress
Pnilvaled racullt Matiltiss Pmnian Art Catalogue Piei AdartM r
Clark Preslitent Hcpartnient H A Uamolnsnrance Ilulldltv Pan Vntcnlo IP
Immdaat
>
The foremost sclu nl ItiTsupcrlor facilities excellent courses wny S
ments wideawake ind sthrln tearhcrs all enable lis students to attain
dfgiei of tlionuighness In a shnrtei tine mid nt Icsi expense than CIS TO
Address SUAlLlt i DOWMiV Piopiietou P O Box 1120 SanAnjoniM
SANi flNTOKIO FEMALE COLLEGE sAfflKg
Hest liealtli conditions in the stale tleven teachers EiRiity bjarouiir puris
sch
ttonal buildings bnpg erected isjd literary lutlon and bund rini a gjJ
Ye3r begins September 3 lor catalogue write J E HARRI Ofiw
793 THE BINaHAM S8wllSL I00H
h cti itmthBAhe < iitr > atfi iuco 1 U Military V X Ann or wdetail t T IA
rjPMMnUdthlsst rumM K hi tts nrt8 T lii oii hy rMit T s KI rlJ lffl
liaSierhnllcrin AJlre H Col It UlNtiUAII uit Po i IsUerm J
The Agricultural and Mechanical
College
llBgular comses of imtrin turn hi Agrl
hmo Me < luiiilcil Ihigineeilng cTll
Lnglueeilng aud leneiil Siieiue A Luge
mi i b cr o pPHonal studies offered Spc
tlal Initiistiliil comtrs In Agrleultuic s d
Mechanical Unglneerlng tnmiilcto cotuse
In Literary Instrueiltui combined witn
Si l S 1KA0 Bult eurh regular and ape
c °
n i rse Degrees conferred on comple
tlon of
regu ar courses Certlncntcs gn ut
ed on completion of special ami elecitvi
1 t > army ofriecr
i i Yonng Mens
Chrlstlau tsnntlon Athletic
Assocln
tlon flymnaslnm and Athletic held
aiiJj lnf ITcnses 110
e per sea
includes board fuel Ights washln
mertlcal serilces natnlorluin rlvlleces ami
Aifrv r5poPf 0I < Pt hooks andclothlii
p aUnf oV fiS S
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WRrAUTARY ACADEMY
n KZ rbn
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7 LUMbeth Chenoweth Sloan
HOME STUDY S
In order to more extensively ad u
Study Courses nnd conslderinir IWJ
lercil us by the iral J 3 cult
Tena W
gradeinagaiinc NashttUe
subscribers we will for a itVitot
SStBS
Tears m1
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iclsm given on each lesson la ptajfrp
kwpliigasyouscndivorkierlDJpry1
holding good positions owe thetr
Homo Study Course M ° tWAa
bymany bu < lncssci Hcgcs J r
Draurthons Practical Buslnwi
Nashville St Ixniis Atlanta NWi
Ue KU Shrevcp < rt Ft W V1
Thru toiifauJ tHJeill
Is the best
Tbe onV place to get the bast
Hot Strong and Fresh
ALLFi ACAgB
A safe and tborottf5
TRAINING SCHOOL r0
Four male losiiuiK Vtt 5juV
limited Htud i u i
slon For l atalogue Ulre
HOT WEATHER is the TIME for HOT DRlN
Of hot drinks COFFRE
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