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HE CAUC ASIAN.*
VOL XIII SHREVEPORT, LA, WEDNESDAY EVEFING. DECEMBER 5, 1K)0.
* Ladies' Regiaar 10, lole, Black or fan at sc pair. *
C bsidroups regular 10c II.Ps , all lsies, 8a pair.
S ILadles Mianel Lined Underabirts:wortb 35c at only 215c. Pants to
ateb uam., price.
Ladle's nonsebrinking Vests sold by others at *1.00, our price P
S $e each. Peals to match, same price.
Ladios' All Wool Vests worth 1.25 at only 980. Pants to match
Ladle's Muslin Underwear at very low prices.
Give us a call. We have a beautifel lot or all kinds of Ladle's
W. A. Ross, 417 Texasl
Even a ebild ean appreelat
I e,;eonvenisnen ".se m!:. 'oor
of rrooksg~b GAI.
Me tired everweuted mother
0o0alrt?, Olasamreame smelllg
A eks: a&ses esaves: Man
so ,boia ;r .teoeble,:,gW an
C Shreveport U as,"lectriqLight & Power Coy
218 Milam StreetNear Commercial National Bank,
THE TEXAS STORE.
IS IEADQUARTERS FOR
Bargains In Dry Goods
and Shoes, Clothing,
AND HATS, LADIES' AND GENTS' 1URNISHING
GOODS, TRUtNKS AND VALISES, ETC.
Niue Milhnery A Specialty. Everything is being sold at
the lowest prices. Give Vs a Call and be convinced.
f/1 Pew S"nest. SRBNEPORT, L
5. UP TO DATE IN WORK AND APPLIANCES
brevapsd PIuming & t Isctrical Co.,
Are supplied with the best improved supplies for
Bath Rooms, Lavatory, Closets and all work connected
with plumbing. Special attention given to Repairing
Gas and Steam Fitting. All work guaranteed. Prices
Office on Milam, near Spring Street.
1900 Seasoh 1901
RTIOGT HPATERS FOR WOOD AND COAL.
O11t*. Bed.Rooem and Parlir Heaters.
to wls the time to select while the line and stock is corn
plete. Cook Stoves and Ranges, the Cheapest and
the Best. Don't forget that we are the leading
Hoase faumshing people for the people.
F . 1M anrtel & oxn,
Sea .St. 'Phone 555
. tq + wra~ V....r Voi~sg P..wgI. amonlg.
4 4:& Wesere * Pit Wnrth. Ta.. Dec &--DeaaMar.
"k * ~ dI Ta tin awl John Trinalole of edford, this
Mee;Shut Kheoeý evienty. arranged with two prominent
Xea Ih1 7 pns*al women sP the tame Ioulity.
plats eutbw4s toiai a e'sfe Maggie Arnold sad Pearl RIti
AIOie "6& tit 10* 'a hge atogo oua bunting trip fora day
aaeith. Is. a hetat diatw of y left early labt week, atom which
MMs ab atnghmee by th time an ward has Leen received fromn
sa Rn "a- them Hearohinag parues are scouring
te.e nuantry. The othcers of the county
are alas, endeawatng In get a clew, but
thus far have Keen snable to discover
tb p~ih i e"ý Zyla t1 omne Is Is believed the party has been
feully dealt with. Thu whole alart it
M Slaw~~aan. *h ouded as mys4wey.
V ar% YI5riaeyS Give Samuts Aseerames .
q St " -' tlawn Shbanghai. Dec. .-The vicesoys, who
e y'are masters 8! the altuatiom. gave Vice
a 90t*tie d! bs ji Admiral Seymour amtiafactory amser.
detfeadaae anew as to their future policy ao the
omneaso. of his recnat Plit S1 thems
-plsit ýwq stroyedr by Wemas t hwsea I~nmgareee
Spm 4 by artidse Wadstem. Dee. .--The
m /em aveS of tbs Weasn's
fiaU.Uee alem w e ohtai
4 . aaProds Ure
a teabh SzeV.e av.. her s.a..t
s.tý , ase de were
g emeonessdg searly ems! t
lo ahqraso ,
Digests what you eat.
It artitlcially di.estt te'. food and aide
Nature in strengthening and recon
3tructing the exhauited digestive or
gans. It is tlhelatestdiscovered digest
ant and tonic. No other preparation
can approach it In etliciency. It In
stantly relieves and permanently cures
tryopepels, Indigestion. Heartburn,
Flatulence, Sour Stomach, Nausea,
Sick feadacheGast rnlgia,Cramve and
all otherresults of inperfectdigestion.
Price Oc. and 9t. Large size contains 3% times
amnll size. Book all aboutdyspepsia mailed tree
Dvrpaord by E. C. DeWITT £ CO.. Chicoge.
At Allen's Pharmsof.
fIX FIVE ACiAE LOTS. VIVE TEN
ACRE LOTS, IN 7AIRF5I.1) AD
Speolal lodncements to home Heekir4.
A. N. ItiUHHOlU4.
The Ballroad Shops.
A few da) a smies the Monre. News is
sired to know wiy men in the emple of
tie Viohsburg, Shreveport and Pscila
were being moved to Shreveport.
The Canoselan answered that the move
of these mes Indicated the establlmhment
of sbope at Shreveport Sad as usual the
statement was correet. As Shrevepoit
*ere better Iaellities than Mosroe, the
1bgIale result Is the removal of the shopm
from Monroe. The work of removing will
progress slowly, but it Is sure and oortpin
and in the near future all the repair work
of the V.. U. & P. and the S. . S. will es
done in Shreveport and with this plant the
population of bresveport will be materially
RIVER AND WBAToAR.
This morning aoened fair.
Temperature: maximum OP, minimalt..
River: 'clton, 8 5. a fall of 1.0; Shreve
pert, t 1, a fall of 0.9.
Blesr foreoast-Iced river duriog the
sez4 4, bhorn will tall at Shreveport and
1 Foreaset until d p.m. Thursday tr
abrevnport and vlialaty; Fair toalght and
Ers. Percy Weaks Dead
The announoement of the deash of Mr
P roy Weeks whibh occurred at 1 e'olek
oday, will be recelved with regret by all
who knew tbe deceased whoee 1is*es was
,rnil, beleg limited to about a week. Mrs.
Weeks' little babe was born a low days
6tee6.1thee) setboaeieetla beetaenadt
greeted its mother lato Heaves today.
The deceased was held In the bttheet
eteem by all who knew her. To the bha
bad bereft t hle good wife mad who *ae
1e1t the keeneet sorrow when his matlelpas
lions were radiant with bilsefulmess, we
tender sympathy sheere.
The burial wall tase piece tomorrow at
11 deeeea from the reeidesee in fexar
To Care a Col in One Liy
Take laxative Drome Quihee Tablete
All dragglest refund the money if it fells
e cure. x W Grove's sagaslt.r cue u
sob box. tse.
Weer iern and a Oeu K11e1. and Thirteen
Chicago, Dec. A.-Fcur men and one
boy were instantly killed and 18 people
injured by the explosion of the boiler in
the powerhouse of the Chicago and
Northwestern railway late Monday
evening. Several of the injured arn
hurt so badly they will die.
The powerhouse was a 2-story strua
tare which stood went of the paseengel
station and north of the tracks leading
to it. On the first floor was the boiler
room, containing a battery of four boll'
re and the dynamo room, which held
aine dynamos. Twelve men were em
ployed around the building and in addi.
ties to sueh of these as were present al
the time, a number of strangers wen
standing around watching the dynamo.
Yeour of those killed were people em
ployed by the road.
As a few seinaese past 6 o'clock one ol
'the boilers in the center of the row of
four burnt with a detonation that wai
plainly heard as points a mile distant
The boiler nearest the tracks was thi
weak part and it flew toward the dept
tracks and landed fally 70 feet away
from Its starting point. The boiler it
self which weighed ten tons, lies 00 few
from the baler house.
Jest as Ike explosion occurred shi
Ashland limited train was pulling on'
and the boiler canght the lest two cars
ai adrawiagroom car. Th
ona in the rear, whlp
aioeghed thkungh Ski
smlammti.W i n front.
both high mad stand
r~te .shoe th0y down, carrying
ON ast tlsheoot and vestibale
01thar prl sgeas happered a
NNW$d ~ the end of the cars hi
ahill and those hurt wea
spliatere or saneral
rows the Boos
0t the casnh see wnu
a-an the e
THE CHEMICALS IEXPLQOED.
0.e Man Loses His Life mad is
Beverly. Mawn., Dec. 5.-An on
of chemicals, the use of which for
spectacular effect in the Initlah rites
in the Improved Order of Rd Men,
cost the life of Past &laohen 4rS' T.
Crockett of Lynn and severely borned
W. F. Rogers of that city, both oa thl.
Winnepurket tribe degree sta day
The warrior's degree was beintworked
for Chickatawbot tribe of this ity by
the degree staff of the Lynn tube, and
the latter were in an ante roomp robing
themselves for the work. explo
aibl occurred there but the is not
known. Past hioheu Crocketl nd Mr
ligers were preparing the chefioals.
(rockett's leg was terribly hoerated
in the groin and on the right the
fenmoral artery was severed died at
Rogers was burned on the r*S arma
and side but will recover.
Globe's Ceemment ea Caal4.
London. Dec. 5.--Discassing (*0 pres
ident's message, The Globe tohmg for a
txt the reference to the lsthfI canal,
it declares Washington 'is stitled
to override our treaty, seen in any
part of Central America except th the
consent of our government. Hay
Pauncefote compromips goes est in
extreme conciliation jnd st this
country's very last word, and United
States most either accept the paeal
as it stands or abide by the ruMag of the
Olayton*Bulwer treaty, howev* embar.
ramsing its provisions may be ) Ameri.
can imperialism." 4
James A. Alexander. a wstte Was, sal
olded this mor'ing at about 6:30 ielok. I
t ' ilubb saloon en Texas chase. He
a ont limself Is the bead with a toi. He
'is bees en a spree and so bt was
irrespoesible as he wae still Jer the
lsfluenos of drink.
He was aged about 86 yeam Re wva
Irem Weekem, Texas. Be lea a wife
and three eltldrea t Monte hib.e4gles.
TOB VOTTUR AAIC T
hiree Daily esU5. 1
dhrewvurt. L a.. Des. J
r 6SKEPVOPUT EAhs T.
The market eged quiet. I
Rieceipts, 6M1 bales; by rail, bales ;
by wages. - balee: by river. -!.lee.
Ioes - bales; faeters -, -spoutla
I Ordinary........... Nominal IN il
s Mood Ordineary.......F% I%
Law Mtealtag........ t 6
s kDPAshtVIIMIs4 a& ft -
,tout on htad, wept. 1..... 768
t'wsn't' this day........ 4 1,1
- Beaelved previcesly. . 163,674 107,809
retal Meoak this day this yeas...... 1166,61
ihipmena to date............... 187,917
Stook ea band......... ......30,784
It Seek this eat last tear............ 86,68u
enasv rvaer amo~sarre.
Twn yr IAIt 3s
saem rest3rd1........ 190 1,1
same day Iset wee..... 104049 1.b
Teas fe tails week...... 7,041 6,8 us
Thus tar last week..... 8,074 3.164
tases Sept. 1............ 187,891 10,r8
Steak -a hald........ . 30,734 a1.0634
Tas wa lesL wa This wk
this yr this vr last r
Saturday......... 1119 3106 114
sma) .......... 19th. 111 1349
tuesday 9. 14 3187 1701
Wednesday. . 110 2u49 1 t0
Thurssy......... 412 1071
Friaya........... .... 9412 318
TItal........ ... 7,1 1,918 9,691
8uUM4UBb OF IRCKIfTS.
Ths year Loat year
Batt to isle.......... ...... 7 ,114
Watea; tiedl... .... ......14,9I
88yer to datt......... ...... 3,692
Verebease reeslpte.. .161,8,6 103, 18
Thiesday This day
this year laest year
1o Bo tte............ 100 .
BRe !..e............... ...
L .S ........... ...
V., el9 a r.............. .... 100
4. & a 8............... *.**
T. a ...... V .... .
I.1L Y........ ........ .... ....
T., L.A i ............. .** .***
TOTAL BhPlMZM IS
lime ss Rat 0,ep6emoo
thi. year leet year
I O Reu'e ......... 87."18 ...6I
otIlae ......... 073 1 16 *
V .s. .. ".. 0145 11,b
O., SG ........16.1(
OGItea p/elt *... 13.144 30.b08
Vq.B. A ...: 111,317 11,86
. l.. v.............104
a 6.A . ....*.. 187 **
iei. 46i.....".. .... M 1 7....
Tow.. . . 145,917 16.577
u.UCBLTS AT ALL U. 8. 1.JMTS
this wk ills w'h
This y'r Lare yr
Saterday ...... 48.2 5.01 4643
l...asy ....... 48..1 44,881 47,s5
. n.eed.y ... .. .J8 60,182 3'8,s4
Wedmeesia.... 11,2116 46,454 4243
aadsy............. . W,* 9,95
Vr.aaay....... .......60,86 10*8
Total .... .. 4.039,1 26,169 246116
Llerpeet quiet. prlees steady; mid
0l1mg uplaude, a 13 uAdieles,,09 haies.
Mew Yost spetadall; s iddllas uplands
1951h; N's s47 beIsS.
H4w Terk futures eeesid e*edy, r"
obeased; De*esaer. f 1 96,; Janus "
*h.371; eabruart. f T1.9 7s; March 9 6.
....; AprdAl. L 3J.AShM I $,66 9.60.
hew Orneas sped elesed gaqte; ata
lp S9 38.3;s eaites'3,10 Ises.
)ev (isleses t zernessd Pi* et. 11.31
413; wRsmu Ukm; asainQy,
*ý . Pd1ýN 3srM
Cleanses the System
Gently and Effectually
when bilious or costive.
the Iasaitive print qa, ofJ,/awgtr
Arnowr' to actmaort &ewIk.asJz
TO GET ITS BENEFICIAL EFFECT.
BUY Tilt GENUINE - MANFD. F (
CALIFORNIA FIG STRUPCQ
SAN PRANCISCO. CAL.
LOUISVILLI , KY. NEW ORNK. N.Y
Ar sa. .y 4,. yts - pr.re 50 per 4aV/e.
I~oodmen of the World Orgar.
Shere was a smp of the Weedmea of
the World organised at Beloher, La..
TaFesay night, Dsember 4, by Desaty B
I Jeter, assleted by Sovereigns B r Wells
and M a Adeoet, with the followIlg names
as eharter members:
3 ! Gulledge, M D; J N Johb.... D P
Hellis, Y A Nash, 3 it Wal ern, I I; l
moCals, James Dix.*, / I Wemple, W V
Tolle*, CC fims, M D: ST Glaes*ll, JC
* loher, 3 W Bernathy, S W Cveits. J A
Amaoy, LP C Paws, W Butclhnsen, £ X
Manab, C Masks, j B Waiters.
The Sletowsag *Soen was ielted:
I Ouliedge, I D, C L.
W Liehmeeasm, A 1..
UT 7 laeseei, banker. *
D P Me.s, eIdk.
H h Lusti, st551t.
13 Wempie, waebmas.
Ja ~ sentry.
,W V 1 am1sse
K H Gu'iedge, 3B Walters, C C Sims,
suinp P11 slolais.
Tae samp was nased In honer of Kr J C
Boleher, alter whom the tows to ale.
named. There s vary bright paropede
fot thie eamp. IX
GOES ON AND ON
Appleton, Tracy A Co. If jewel Waltham
movements, in W year Bos filled case.
tor ........................... ........ ... $ 14 9 5
0-size 14 carat, Solid Gold case, Elgin
movement .................... 005 0
O size 2 year Crescent E T Case, 7 Jewel
Waltham or Elgin Movement $14 .0
O slue 90 year CrescentE T Case 7. Jewel
Waltham or Elgin movements $13 78
6 lsue 2 year Crescent Case. 7 Jewel.
Waltham or Elgin movements $13 25
6 else 25 year Crescent, Case 7 Jewel
Walthan) or Elgin movement $12 50
12 size 20 year Crescent E Tcase 7 Jewel
Waltham or Elgin movement 15 00
1t'slue 20 year Cresc~nt.3 T case 7 Jewel,
Waltham or Elgin movement .14 00
liislue 5 year Crescent3 ET case 7 Jewel,
Waltham or Elgin movemet _. 10 00
6f sine 1S year Crescent E T case 7 Jewel
Waltham or Elgin :movement 14 50
I8 s eme Sp year Crescent*3 T case 7Jewel
Waltham or 3lgin novement 16 00
18 msze 20 year Crescent E T case 7 Jewel
Walthampr Elgin movement 14 50
LEON M. CARTER.
PLACE YOUR ORD XMAS CAýN
The Leon M Ca o Drug.U
Our stock of Per fumes is the largest in North
Louisiana. "What do you want'. We have it.
Brush up or brush down, or any other old
kind of Brush. We have all kinds of
Comb your horse with a currycomb.
When yot necd a nice comb we have it.
Our IXmas goodk i, rriving; look out fo
Hot Stuff at; our 1l Forutaini Chocolate,
Coffee, Beef Tea and Soups.
The Leon 1. (arter Dreg u.,
326 Texas Street. CoopeW
423 Texas Stre.
BARGA1NS FOR ALL. MONBY SAVY 4
EVERY DEPART ME1NT.
Just received, 100 Ladic l' .Jackets j at' wft
want for now, $1 50 to $5 00. You will
them to appreciate the prices wq are
Ladies and Childrens' Un b *at.
Ladies' Union Suits .
Ladies' Union Snit. Onleda CUt.
Qbildrens' Union Suits, all sues . .
Childrens Vest and Pants. Heavy Wieeced -. .
Ladles Wrappers .
F1aineletts, Ladies Wrappers .... . .
$ ilk Sirt Waist, 00 kind
f 3.lk Sbirt Waist, 6 00 kind
30 Ladies Rainyday Skirts
Something for Cool Nights.-BSt
Keep your eye on Oar Rug ant Mattia
NEW GOODS DAILY6
The Low Price Makers 423 T
No Sympathy for Kruger Shown by
fUfiials of Germany.
PEOPLE .WORKED UP.
The Emperor SNoms to Have Planned
Thiige as That it Is Imposuible
for Him to Heoer the Old
Berlin. Dee. ii. -The government\
cart and Iocisive intimation thit K :ip.
ror William would not be able, to reawi v
Mr. Kruger has created a profound ie
pression thronghont Germany. What
,nay be called the anti-Bratish ,wtioo of
the press does not otmnmnal its annoyanl
and the moderate Anglophobo urganiis
ttirn with dtit*l Ity repress the uttes
.noes of disappointment.
The inspired journail declare that it
was Germany'" desire to ituanate defl
nitely that Mr. Krnger's vitdt would not
be welcome, and therefore, the fact that
he omitted to comply with the strict
etiquette of the German ourt and di
ferred asking Emperor William for an
audience until he had reached the Belgor
German frontier, was eagerly setaed an
a reason for denying him an audience.
Mr. Kruger's reception at Cologue
was escoedingly enthusiastic so far as
the citizens were concerned. They had
planned a torchlight proceesion and sor
enades, but the police forbade both.
Mr. Kruger's dispatch to Coant You
Boelow, the imperial chancellor and to
the heads of the German states were
left unanswered. There is no doubt
that as late as Haturday foreign office
officials contemplated that Mr. Kruger
would be recteved in Berlin today.
Emperor Willian and Count von Bue.
low must have reconsidered the origi
Mal plans. It is suggested that as Mr.
Kruger's intention to come to Berla
was mooted while in France, the
er mad his adviases may aye
Herr ves T.ms.. y, aleer
ila U 6 10
bye sa parge Al F
Jorily of theb.
Bred a disco.
Chines. A 0a
from Hankow g
the Kaigan e:
the Chine~se v
gag. theas. T
skins and idly bISS
s~oto its guad kind
of the massamoe 4. t
and ?dM boaer
the Unt ATTAC
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