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I THE WASHINGTON TIMES TillmsSAtr1tDAY SATimDAY FEBRUARY J3 J3i EBRU i Y 25 1905
TRIAL OF TAYLOR
c AROUSES AROUSESINTEREST INTEREST
Case Before Mock Tribunal l
Ably Handled
STUDENTS GET NEW FACTS
t tsGovern sGovern Gov mors brs Secretary and Caleb
Powers in Communication With
T the theDes Des Moines Court
iY
DES MOINES MOIN SFeb Feb 25 25The The defense
has Introduced Intr duced testimony In the mock
trial of oexGov exGov w v vr r S Taylor of Ken ¬
tucky ucky charged with the murder IT rder of
Governor Goebel
The plan of defense defen e was wasperfl personally gnal1y di
i Tected Ject ected d by Caleb Powers by correspon ¬
P dence and Mr 1IrPowers Powers has also nisosent sent to
11 large number of Influential men and
newspapers l1ewsp pers copies of his speech at his
own Own trial and of o a a magazine magnzlnenrUclc article
Which > v hich he has written giving his version v r51nn
of the Incidents Inc1dentSsurrounding surrounding the assass assasi
nation
Prosecuting Prosecutlngatt attorneys < rneys Interested in
the original cases eases1n in Kentucky are man ¬
Ifestfngalmost ifesting almost as much Interest as the
defense
ExGovernor Taylors private J rlvate secre ¬
tary is IP I constant c onstant commun communication ication with
the student stu ent lawyers who are engaged in
j the e trial Every detail of ort t tha histoiic
tragedy was narrated narratedagainsubstantl again substanti ¬
ally ny as It was told at the Powers trial
students assuming the names and Im ¬
personating p rsona ng the th witnesses who whow were re
examined in the original trial
Some new details de tails are areaddedwhtch added which
will be employed in case Powers or r
Taylor Tayl rget get new trials Howard and Cul
ton ton on further examination sought to
r connect Taylor aylormore more directly with the ti le
meetings at which the theconsplrapywas conspiracy was
hatched
The opening argument of the defense
was to the effect that Culton had been
systematically tortured Into manufac ¬
turing his testimony to the State
IA1EXANDRANEWS IALEXANDRIA ALEXANDRIA NEWS NOTES j
ALEXANDRIA ALEXAN IA Va Va Feb 23 25Mary Mary
Butler S a negress was before beforeJusttce Justice
Caton this morning charged with the
larceny of goods from uomlIrsThompson Mrs Thompson
The The girl glrlwas was arrested by y JoUceman Policeman Rob ¬
erts Justice Caton after hearing the
evidence evidencefiried fined Mary MarytlO 10 O
CLEANING UP UPXINGSTREET KING STREET
Workmen vorkmen with picks pic ks ksshQvels shovels and
carts ca rtS rtSare are busy today removing the snow
from King street str et Some of it is carried
to the outskirts outSkirtlot of the city and dumped
while some of it is thrown into Intoth the
sewer The snow from the sidewalks and
from the railroad track has all been
dumped In the street alongside side the track
thus thusmakingalarge making a large argepile plle i
MR MURSTS FUNERAL
The funeral of the late Mprdecai 1 Iordecai Hurst Hur st
will 11l take place placefr from m Dem Demaines lnes under
taking takingrooms rooms tomorrQwevening tomorrow evening at 3
oclock An inquest over the remains
o of Hurst Hurst who Was wa run over and killed
t bya b by > y a a Southern sou hern engine nglnew ngn e was w s held he d yester t er
day d 1Y < evening e yemn Justice JusticaPeltQrt Peltori acting in
the theaosence absence absence of Coroner Coron rPurvis Purvis
The jury after afterhearlng hearing theevid the evidence evId mce ne
brought In inaerdict a erdict that Hurst met his
death by accident accfdentand and exonerated ex nerate t the tk
railway railwaycmpany company from all blame
ACCUSED OF BEING DISORDERLY
Hattie Conway a a negress and Lewis
Carrington a negro were fined flned5 5 each
in the police police court this morning for dis ¬
orderly conduct
SMITH SMITHWOLFEWEDDING SMITH4WOLFE r WOLFE WOLFEWEDDING WEDDING
Mary E Wolfe of this city and El
more G Smith of Perryville weremar were mar ¬
ned rIe l by the Rev J P P Stumo at the par ¬
sonage of the Methodist Episcopal
r Church C tirch South outh lastTuesday last Tuesday evening
ENTWISLESIMMdNS ENTWISLESIMM NS
Jam James Es Forest F orest Entwistle E ntwlsUe and Elizabeth Eliza eth
Simmons of Vashlngton Vashn ashtnton ton were mar marrIed rIed
at the parsonage S of the the c Methodist Epis Epis ¬
copal Church Cl1UrchSouth South last Wednesday W dnesdaJth the
Rev J J P Stump Stumpofficiatng officiating The groom
is tl1egrandson the grandson of the late Dr James
Entwistle who wh kept kcpta a drug drugstore store in this
City it for many man years ears
ON STATUTORY GROUNDS GROUNDS S
Anna Annaltf Maria rIa Blouse BIo1se Curty through
Machen and Moncure Moncure attorneys attorne 5has has
filed iil cl a suit in the corporation court for
divorce from Julius Curt Curty yon on statutory statuto
grounds
DEATH DEA D EA n H 11 OF MR ROBERTS
Alfred H Roberts who w h 0 resides rde ri 1 es S
Fairfax county Just south of ofthia this city
died at his home homethere there yesterday yest rd3Y after
noon Mr Roberts was the son s on of di
late lat e Robert F Roberts Rob r ts and an vas a as S favor ravr r avr r
ably abJy1mowp ablyknownby known by a large number of Alex Alt > x
andrians a drians ns He e was fiftyeight fift 11 tleLh elght years ye ers rs o
a ae e
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JUST J 5T THE BOOK WANTED
This his book book began the agent who
4 had l1adpushed pushed his way wa into the office o fi fice ce S
Dont Don on S t want wan mt It t snapped I the
merchant mercbantIwishiknewsornesure I wish I knew some sure
to keep you youfcllaws fellows out of here
iTh This book bookT tells telhy telhyau you u Buy Buyoneo one =
PhHad r > T
Philadfilphla lphla Ledger
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CR 01TL A m ED ii T D 4 iui
CHEATED CRAtED JLif14JJJJ E o FOE F I OR o lj YEARS Lrjimn
Prejudice Will Cheat Us Often if We
Lei L 1 e t It 1
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You Yo l lwUl will be astonished to find hew 110 ow
large largely ly you are influenced In every way way
by b unreasoning prejudice In many cases
you will also flnd that the prejudice prc judlC has
S swindled you or rather made you yauswln swin swln wIff ¬
dIe dleyaurseJf yourself A case in illustration
I have l1a vebeen been a constant cons antUs user erof of Grape GJ GJpe pe
Nuts NutSfo for i inearlV nearly nea r 1 K Jhre three t rGc years e eus < us usr r i says a
correspondent nt arid I am happy ha ppy to say
that I lam am well pleased with the result
of t the ec experiment periment for such It has been
Seein Seeing f I your Your advertisement in almost
all of the theper per pCrIodlcaJs iodicals I for a long time
looked upon It as asn a hoax But after
years ears 1 of suffering with gaseous and bit ¬
ter eructations cructatl ns from my stomach to
getljier gctl gcUjcr c r rwlth with more mo e or orJess oress orless less loss of appetite
andi andfleBh and flesh I Iconchtded Iconchded concluded to try tr Grape
Nuts food for fora a little time Umcnnd and note
the result
I found it delicious and it was not ot
Ions 1011 till I i began cgan to tocxperI experience cxperI ncc the ben
fcfljciaj alicIa effects c ffects ectsMY My stomach resumed resumedlbi Its
normal normal state the eructations and bit ¬
terness both bo fhc ceased sedand and I have gained
a all ll lmy my lost weight we g 1t hack
I am so well satisfied saU fted with withthe the the result
iha iha13o f so long as I may live Uv and ndrct retain fn
my my reason r ason GrapeNuts shall constitute
quite a portion of my dally daUyfood food
4 Name Driven by Postum Po tum Co Coc Battle
S Si i Cree Creek k Siren lf lfct4 n 7 I
Theres Ther The Ther r a reason C 0 2
LOOk in each pkg plcgfar for fa r the famous little
Wok wThe Tlic hc Road Roa to WellvIHe
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Houston H o OIlS US t on Ofl2i and an 2i t d A Aust A L A US 1 4IJ Qr11 t to I z Zi o ri n no i o
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In T Nation N TtT < at 1 r sValhalla ce JIj 1T i Z I h ZZ 7 7
L 1 t I V tt 1 L on L I t s a 4 PI S 1 a CL 1 LU a
r upon the student s udCnt shot and killed
dud disappeared di5l lJ pear diIl in the crowd rwd
Railway Stnke Over
WARSAW VARSAVFep25Thc RSAWr Feb 25 r The strike on the
Varsawand arsaw and Vienna lenna railway has ended
he mens men s demands having been eengranted granted
The 7 7he Thesancition h e sanction San ctlonOf of ofthemtnlstor the minister m In Ister of Offin Offinun offl flhurica finun un U J
not been received but the stri stnkc ke
have e B ordered the men to return re urn
0 wor work k in the m meantime antlme The other
I9h railways ranwa sare s are still tied up
The I 1 < hemllnager he manager of the L Libati L Sbau and Rom RomI ¬
Railway has announced announ d that that the
zar has ordered that hereafter the
n shall work workanly only nine nlneh011rs hours a day cci I
nd that they be allowed toelec to elect dele deI ¬
testo tes to report the ir lrgrleYance grievances An In ¬
in wages is also promised After
announcement o c t was made rri de the he men
i iu turned u to g gc work r r1r 1r
Industry Indus q uspended usp nded
ST PBlEBSBUJRG pE1EnsBu1iG PE1En s sn n i1iG Feb Fe 23 25Th The 1
kmen Hmenhere here are still tlll uncompromising
n their political polIU al demandsTheyd demands dexnands They Thes declare clare I
when wh n they r returned rcturn turned d to work workthp orzc the th
s sot of the various varlo ts factor fa factorIes ctories ies re I
ised sed to readmit readm t several s evera l lof of the former
niplo esaIlth es all ox th the fgr ground ound1hat that the they heir W were re I
In the thepoUUcal political movement movem moS Lmet t
As s a result the Industrial IndpstrlaItownot town of
near nenrthe the gates gatesof rtte of the
Ity and the Nevski Obukholt QbUkhotrmd and
utlihoff iron ironworks wor works a ors ks are wholly holly closed
employers emplo ers todayasltedfor today todt asked for troops I
guard guar < the v works rks their request requestQelns being I 1
in liar to the one they made before heto e
i ry iy 22 the day of the massacre
Governor er eror er or General Trepoff Trepoftlmmedintely immediate Immediately irimeath ely ly I
the JhErequ request st and the works are
under close guard
MOSCOW Feb 2G 2GLeanlde lieonide Andreeff >
the author a thorChirn Ghirikpff Cliirli oct Ct Skitalez and four ¬
other literacy Jiterar men were were erc arrested
today at Andreefts An Andreeff dfcet rt s hpuse ha house se Andreeff tY
J is a n novelist nov Ust ri is known k as s Little
Gorki por U
S S
s Fleet leet Moves VIovtS
I Against A AainstV1athvostok ainst Vladivostok
S 2 PETERSBURG ETE SBtJRq Feb Feb2e eb2 < 25 Kurppat >
t telegrtphs lc iraphs that twenty twe ntyJ Japanese panese tor
boa boats ts and at1dorewarshIP one warship have l lvebc been n
d doff off Vladivostok
A A telegram leJegraf11frQv1 from Hl1anshansay Huanshan says that
he 5 gradua radua J forward march marchQfthe of the enemw enemy
continues es S I
Russian Troops in Korea KOIt a
TOKYO T KY brt 5 Feb Jf b 25 2l 252Lirg Large numbers n m mers ers Of f
n troops are are reported In the th cx ¬
reme remenorthe northeastern st r 1patt h part of Korea Kor aQn on
sides of the Tumen umenriverappar river appar ¬
placed at strategic points pontsTl1e The line
i f communication between between Kyongsong
Vladivostok V adlvostoklsstrongly Vladivostok is is strongly guarded
E1SI itt i iFlcouts scouts have hav again a galncom come south
xS x S far as sthe the neighborhood pf f Songjiii
Field FI Fiel Ii I Marshal Oyama reports that only nb
klrmiq Irmlsh hcs s have taken plape pl3 eslncehls since his
ast report reportOne One of these thes was note
Worthy r hy Russian acouts disguised dl8gul3 d as
came within 500 yards o of the
e atTutaitse at 4 Tutaltse The Th r Japa Ttt ¬
aprvnese pincs t > position lJUAuu pul Ji SSS <
SC fired flr flredana edand and the Russ ians retired
im dnK the th Russians left on the thefleld field was
officer
It is isrp rp reported ported portedthatthe that the force of Rus ¬
sian troops whlchwu5 which was lately threatening
the railway on the left of the Japanese
is If5nol noT no now In neutral territory west
of t ttielfao e I LSap Sap river
A body o of Russians was recently r cent1ycon con ¬
voy vyrpg ing 200 2Wtonsof tons of fodder which they
had ha t requisitioned in neutral neutralterdtory terr te rd itory to O
south southdf sout pf dfSinmlntun Sinmlntun when they were were at J
tack tacked d by b bandits who ci carried off th the i
whol wholLoflhfnrovelder wholeof whole of the nroyenj nrovender der
In n compliance with the thi protest of M
Lessar Less rtheRusslan the Russian mtnlst mtnI minister t r to China hIna
the Pekln authorities have h sent nt orders
to General Gen ral Ts3n liig n to suppress su the the bar
dits us o an h the thegrf ground frrf euna nd that th t at attQe they are 6 o
ope1 operating tlng witht with the t e Jap Japanese n se
Battle Ba a t tUeI 4i le e Imm I y n1nrl n1nrlnent mmrnen m mnent inent < nent
LONDON Feb Feb2 2ai 2p > Telegrams TeJegramsfrom from
St Petersburg Pet p t te Isbr rsb b r r an anpJt d dJt Mukden M U kd kden J1 are rereg regard regar ard ar d ¬ 1 1
ed e fEindf fe EIndfcntpg E ih indicating Pcntpg eating that hatanatherbattIe another n he heF hebattle F battle isi is
e i1t l it > Th fiJ fiJa Japanese J a pii1e5e Itrese f a are reclosing re clpslrigr < Isins ii I I
o on tht t t1t tyPusian VJlussia T T iis u sl n h le left iti bpe operating op fatirig t aUng tirig In the
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talns where the earliness ear liness of spring SPringth th the t Neva Nv N v ri on on n January 3at1unrr at1u nry 19 are ar to be tried trf
a kes a a < forward fo r ar d movement movem 0 ve m nt t possible poss ible > bcourtmar b by Opurtms5fiuI ourtm ourtmartittL ru J x
111 111ve t TnejlHctfIi1 T The he ju fHcers ccrs are Captain tPft ntnlrt t I n nwy D Dvyd navvdbff a7u otr Ou ft
Y Y have h ave occupied occup cc cup I ed e Tslnhochen T s I n h ochCI1 oc en about abpl1 a OUt l CSlP Cuptain S aln IArzeftand IArzeft f and A IS ISe ISlS 1Jj Llciitendntc e lS lSensn ten ensn nts Co Count ount nt
Yff e miles m He S southeast SOPth southea ea t of Mukden 11 U kden As L O S Koutaissoff Joutn t8S PereblnosofS poroblnsrton andtMHler andt 1 MIller
place is IS forty miles east of Gener > i
Kurokis Ktm ltls center it Is assumed assuIJ1 d that a Russian RussianStunclist j StUildist t Wi di S t Beet S t
warm army rm probably under command commandot of >
ral Kawimura m0m is operating g from < Will jJj Come to CaHEUs Canada > j l
tt e < V
It It1iJs itt IS g reported re1 Qrted > from St Petersburg A < A mT T
tQen t Gen General t11IKur t111 Kuropatkin pptkln has ordered order d BERLIN JjERLIN1feh JjERLIN1feh25pl s Feb re V 2 25pl 2e > m The rnt Th SerJJner 00 BerJf er it 1 f er Zel Z 7 e I r
the th1Red t 1 Red n d Cross depots depo s at Mukden Har Hnrtung lung tu ng reports rc rts that 11lt200ooo 11lt 330000 200oooRysslan O 000 Russian P Stund
a T i A cling llng lng an and IrkUtSk Irkutskto toprep to prepare areto tolEts to lE isarep are preparing I ep eptr r In n gt to 0 e emlgrat em mlgra I gra t Ptoca to Can n
ive from rom SOX50 SO Oi O to IQOWK 100 O wounded ada d following fo f folio 0 Howlr 11 o I Id 110 g d the th O A example ex x Eitr1ple Eino Einopleof pleof of ather th r
is Ruslsan R RuTsa Isans t sects tS <
J aptme e German xerman Collier The Stundfets St Stund Stundttsare nd ts4rRnssznChristlan tsar re Russian Christians
Bound B oun d for f or Vladivostok Vl VladivostokIIO a d Ivostok IvostokWl who W Wl 1 IIO l have 1 mve separated se paratcl para t c 1 from f rom 11T the t H 0 orthodqz rthodox
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The main lieadnuarters of o r the Sturid
TOKYO Feb 25 2 The TheJa Japanese Ja pane5 have ha havelsts elstgjs t iKtsi3 js in the h H Russian Rugs UgS n n province IJIovnceof IJlovr ce of Kher ¬
the German collier Severus son
for forY1af1lvostok Vladivostok yaf1lvostok
MORGAN MORGANWASHES MO RGANWASH WASHES ES HANDS
To TpTry TpTryacjtery ± 0 Try Battery B Bb ttery b Officers ffics r > I J
s OF 0 F mEBYTHINS EVERYTH EVID tJ1 YTHIN I NGPANAMAf 1 G PANAMAS PANAftft IVI A AJ 11
Who t71 t YV YVUG h 0 Fired F r Ire d IJpoit UpontheCzaI U pon the t h e Czar r zaI >
Senator Morgan of Alabama A abama today tod Y do d
ST PETERSBURG PE nSBURG Febi F Feb b25A 25 An 1ortlar order rpar dined cUrt d tose to tose serve rc ns is son s one on of the conferees confer es
the the thedrty day dit < issued ssuedby by b the Grand G < ran < ibukQ puke P11kQ on < the thepartof partof Uf the Seriate Sert Serta e eon on mt1 ri the U Panama P nana
comrnandlrig c mmandingfh the th St 1 Peters t te rS civil i igocrnmc government g c crQmc tt biL biLkaowri r kaowri Iti h the th he
military riIitir division dlvhdonanno announced tl11c ed edt t thit that Senate Sen SenaeJ1s J1s as tlVeKittredce ttLI the Iittredie 1Jtxed < < i txed e bill Ul31Ul and 1J1 In 1 the t 6
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SAM s HOUSTON q L tSTEPHEN STEPHEN D Do o AUSTIN
Founder and Liberator of Lone one Star State S tate Whose Statues Were Accepted by Congress ongress Today for Statuary Hall
position
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The acceptance ac ptance of ofthe f the thestatucs statues of Sam
Hou Hous ton t ona Tand and n d StephenD5 SttPh St ph t n D > Austin us n by the
Congress ton css of the United Un tlpitedStates ited States f took j
I IJaF plac6 JaF lat O 3 Pclpclc cJo C9I c I ilife tl h ftfterhpop p atern y f rn poI1 ThVi The h
methlsprln prinftipaHispeaker Pr1ntipal lpal speak speater r w was iRepreseritative R pres nt tive e
Stephens St Stephngbf I it itns ns tot t Texas TexasWoopaidc Texpaideoquen whc pa id e loqufent loqU gK
tribute to the memories pf ofthdtneii ihe3nen ih n en who
had had made Texas grea great t
The Theolhe other speakers spe aker s swer wer were e Representa Represe ta ¬
tives Richardson n nof i of Alabama 1aba a Burgess
Clark Clarko of Wisconsin WIscopslnSt Stephens pqens Fields
Gibson Gibs on of Tennessee Tenn Bee Pfnc Pfnckn kney kn c y Wal Yal ¬
lace of ofAlkansasGfliespieand Arkansas Giliespie and Slaydon
The statues s a ues the w work lr1c of Elizabeth ElI abeth
Ney stand stl dlntherotu in the rotunda 1 a of the theCapi Capi
tel They Tl ey nrestrlklng are striking e exponents pon nts of the
force and andurilty unity of the Texan frontiers rontiers ¬
men who wrested wr Sted the State from the
wilderness
Mr Coopers Address
Mr Copper COQpersa sa said id d In Inpart part
Rich in men men of the highest type be ¬
wildered d by b an imposing ImposUig arrav array of of sons
worthy of every ev r honor hon orour our State State has
found foun l it j t no easy tas task k Jo jto ct ma make ke the tn se
lection imposed by the th the act 9f of Congress Congre s
but the task has been simplified by bytbe the
reflection reflectlonth that t the thefam fame e of those not nol
thus selected sel cted Is in no degree dependent
I upon unonmemarlals memorials like Jikethese these but is secure secm
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in l the records of history and in the
memories of their admiring admlrlngfellowcfti fellowciti ¬
zens
Stephen StephenF F Austin AusUnand and Sam Houston
The founder and the pre preserver > Each
the complement of the otl other Without 1 Ithout
Austin ustln to build states no Houston would
be needed nec cd to liberate them from oppres ¬
sion or to defend them from fromasgresslon aggression
and without the sheltering and conserv ¬
ing genius of of3 a Houston vain vainwould would be
n the work of those who lay the founda ¬
tions of states amid the solitude and
¬ savagery sav gc of f the desert Happy Ha ppy and wise
dithe the then was W < s the choice chol e that linked these
two great greatchara characters ters together in a com ¬
¬ mon mo 1 memorial morial as the t two tn great r t orig I ¬
¬ inals ina 1s s wero ro associated assciatedin in working worbngout worbngoutrt out in rt
of different ways a common destiny clStin for
one of the greatest oC the American
commonwealths
Ga Gai Ganed i ined ned Grate ful fu rR iRemezxi Remem e embr embrtice brance a tice
The Th two o distinguished iqt ingu S e men men whose a ose
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statues atu3 have been presented here l1cr e ewf wf w were > > re r
busy born in the theslln same sarnq State Virginia Virgin Ia a I In in n the
way same year car J703 MI fi 3 Though thus thu of the
same age n e yet Austins s connection with Ith
Texas history his tor began begnnmany many years before
the arrival of his great colleague and
death removed him from the scene of
their common iomm On labors Jahorsmare more than tl1 an a aquar quar ¬
ter of a century before the career of
Houston was ended Yet In the th forty
three years ears ° of his life he earned as
sound a i title tc as s that th t of any man of his
generation to the grateful remembrance rem nbr ncc
of the people of Texas
A A Life Life Full of Romance
The life of Sam Houston Was 1 P1 one
full tullo of o romance and anQ yet characteriz characterized ed d
by seriousness serlp1I sness of purpose PHl Joseand and clouded
by tragic incident Bo B Born lr irn n nIn In Virginia 1H
1763 he removed to Tennessee In early
life and d there te e lived lidnearth near the Cheroke
Indians ia tef The TheprlmlUvo f primitive life of these
simple people made madea a deep d e ep p impression
on his youthful mind and there Is lit s it
tIc doubt that this thfslnfiueJ influence abided
with him through life
As a fearless and faithful soldier for
flve years on opthe the Indian frontier frontf r h he
gained the knowledge of the art of ofw war w hr r
which ic1i no doubt proved of great value
to him when years afterward aftcr ard upon
The e plains of Texas with an army far
Inferior in numbers discipline disciplincand arid Cqulp ¬
ment he confronted and afterward
crushed the Mexican nrmyundcr army under Santa San tn
Aana t the vaunted Napoleon of tire
West e
Austin and Houston The founder f undei
and liberator Fellowcitizens Fellow IUzensof of tlrt th
United States admit these statues tatuesto to
their rightful place in this Hall of of Fame
Reincarnation
Albert S pulin Dunn will deliver a lecture Icct re
at Rauschers Rausch r s Hall Sunday evening at a t 8
oclock on the Vedanta Philosophy The
subject of the discourse will be bbflein Rein ¬
carnation carnati rt Or Evolution and Involu ¬
tion tlonThls This lecture lectuJels Is a continuation
o or last Sundays the subject being one
11Uleofsuch J of such magnitude that th 1t = It r required qt11red two tW
evenings to to prOperly present resent it
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still sU11m measure a > ure men by their merits and
thai th tho theyiioriqr Y 11 orrar wit without bout r respect tOblrt to birth h
Or orcJass ClaSS o those thos w1 with uu UOYV hnyeserved have octvcii served their iiivii
ccuntrj well w l1 <
Arid An < if if Cthe the e evil l day ayshould should eVer cer come oIJle
lrrsoJIie in seine farotJcentury faroff century If at all we
ahCPhWlt hCPhWlt our Ideals shall have
changed chang d and our our free republic republicshall shall be
replaced repla edbythe by bythe the rule lul of a man nrdnor or class lnss
may these t eses statues tu s gtill ti1l10ok tiIl look down downtr from fr Otn
their th Irpe pedestals peciest esJals < i into the upturned faces f ccs
Texas offers o ffcrS era them th n as s perprQ her proud d contribu con a trlbu ¬ below bt > JQW and tell in n rsneechlcsEr scechiesa eechles eloquence
lion tio to this thislmple8slve Impressive improssl e symposium of of that happy lowgagO long ago when this circle
American iiGartg greatness atntS A As the thecQuntJe cpuntless countles of O heroes and statesmen st Esm n arii and ff sages lived llvedLONDON ll ed
hosts of visitors rial Qrs1ro from P1 every la laud a pd U pay pass a < s < upon uPo n earth ear th itntl rideiieli n edcl f 4 gave saV his lifes best b e St
through throughthat that half aI these th thes0mamcfrmals se memorials will work tp to found foundand fQundandperpetuate and perpetuate a govern ¬
l Impress pr ss Upon lPot them the fact f d that de ment rnent which wlltcK r ruled te WrIgl b br1ht oiy right t arid nd justice jti tlee
spite n1 t e r ran aU an purjcoriimcrcialism 9U our r rC C commercialism om crci El1sm and love of re refiet fiectedthe ced ted 1h7g10 the glory glor fY fYo ofGpd o ot God aild ilid nd pQmoted imminent jri1mlJ1
I I wealtlj ea lpn Sad and sho Chow hw J the fheAm American < ric n people the good of man < t
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How the Stomaclrand Stomach and KidnGY
Depend un on the InsideNerves isidc Ncrvcs
Every v day medical science becomes becomes more
simple sirnpIeand and more morecerta certain fn Sinipllcitj an Md d
certainty certaln go han hanjl l In hand For Forecience science has ps
learned learned that while whHe there there are are many Tla i diseases dl ases
yet > t thero there are but b t few real causes c u3es of dis
ese That is ISthere there are many names n mes by
I vhiclt liioli lucllwe we know aches and pains and disor Isor ¬
ders But most of these thes ailments spring from 1mm
a common cause 1
I For instance Indigestion sour stomach
heartburn dyspepsia d 5pepsla and all stomach sto machtrou trou ¬
bles ble sdlabetes diabetes Brights disease disem ie and 3nl1other other
kidney kHJne disorders disordersheart heart troubles troubles live liver r trou
biei bowel boweltroubles troubles nervousness nervousness fretfulness
sleeplessness sleple ncss Irritability 1nIt irzifabliityali l1ltall all of or these the5enll ail ¬
meats men are are due to this single cause Pa Painful inful
dlsa dlsagn disagreeable < neeable able to be beo betreated o treated as such They are
i J xrrely rely e < outward signs of Inward trouble trouble
nerve trouble
Understand first that we have twoenUrely two entirely
separate nerve systems syst ms Wl1en When we walk or
t talk lk 5 or or act I1ct we w call h1lo Into play a acert certain Jn set
bt 5 ot rnerve nerves nervesnerves nerves nen < es which wnlchobey obey our o ur mental
commands cOlJlmaqds That is why wy v y the arm can ca1be be
raised raIsedo o orth fthn rth nouth opened ope ned r or the lhecye eye shut
at the UlcHl1ghtest slightest desire d jlre That Is why your
fingers can card 1 delicately de l lcately cately pick up up upapin a pin one one ne mo ¬
meat men and hold a heavy hammer hammerthe the next
But these are a e not the nerves we wenre are to
I Iconsider consider here he c
There is anpther set of nerves which man ¬
ages ag B and governs and a nd actuates the heart heartanr am anti i
the stomach the kidneys and the liver I1verap and
all allcJ ci of the v vital jtal functions You cannot con ¬
trol these thezenerves nerves By no supreme effort of
mind rnlz id can you make maleeyour your heart stop or rstart start
nOr nor can you yOU y u even evenma make It vary by a single sln le
beat bC1tn a minute Anti n f fso so with thc stomach
and nd the liver I1vernnd and the kidneys and the bowels
5 lhe they h y yj j are automatlcr Ilutoma tlctb they y do their WOIkat work at
a Cfirta cartainset rt inset Inctspeed speed whether you are awake
o oa8Ieepwhether < or jr asleep a8Ieepwhether whether you want them to pr
not
S It UIs Is on these these Inside nerves that life and
health depend So long lot hr as thedeneryes the these nerves per ¬
form their proper duties tles we e are well and
strQng When they theyCall fall we know Imowit it by the
Irieltaie ie syniptonis syn symptornstomach ptomlstomach stomach heart liver
kidney troubles And An these troubles have
no noother other origin origin cver ever than In these same
nerves nerves For the stomach the heart the liver
the kidneys have no powpr pow r or their own ownno ownno no
selfcontrol They owe 0wet their every Impulse
to the Inside nerves The nerves are the I
masters The Theorgaps organs their slaves
These The c automatic nervps n r rv s are sometimes called
the sympatlietlc nerves This name Dlu ne Is
givii gj g en Itt diem them because be use of the closes bond of
jiml fHrmptt ymsqhy ymsqhywhich > 5 Jiiy h hw V whic w which lc h exists xlsts between all branches br n hes I
This explains why stomach trouble de Ic ¬
velops eloPs Into heart trouble trolltilewhy why indigestion
br bdn brings ings on nervousness nervousm iesswhy yrhy diseases become
orn plicated It Ii Iiexp1 explains exp1 I too why wllyCrdlnary ordinary
treatments tr a am m en are wrong wronlwhy why medic ine
o frequently trequeRtlfalis > falls
For despite de J itoth the discoveries dls ovcrlCS of science scle1ce the
remedies of the day are designed to
the organ organnQt not > t the nerve nervethe the symptom
of ot the cause
Dont Don you OU though you OU may not know
at all see that this Is wrong wr ngr
it Is mere patchwork That while whllehe the
My MyFreE HyFfeaDoJiarOffer Br Fre Dollar Offer
Any sick one who has
not fried my remedy
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may have a Full FuUDoUars Dollars
Worth Free l i ask no de te ¬
posit no reference no
security There is noth ¬
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later 1 I will send you an
order on your druggist
which he hewlll will accept in
f full ffl f payment for fora aregu a regua regt
lar lari h ar r i standardsizeDoliar standard size Dollar
bottle 1 And he will send
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the thenerve nerve 1 that tha Is really sick may be
worse orsc and worse Does this not ex
> Ialn to toOU you Why relapse so frequently foi
ows a suppos SUPPosd ed cjire c re1 Does this thsnot riot account i iecQunt
or the thouncertalnUe uncertainties of medicine
More Mor than than thirty thlrtyyenrsn years ago gothls this thought thought
to me
u uH If Ufe and pndhealth health depend upon perfect
action upon u onproper proper stomach stomachdlge digestion tlon
correct corr ct kidney kldneytUtrlng filtering why does doeinot not i
life itsejf 2 lts clleperidu depend upon upon p pn n these these lifegoverning lI e governlng
power i wer nervesth nerves neryesthese these e inside hjslde nerves n r ro res o es
I realized too that all a allmentswhlch ailments ilments whic rhlc h hre re ¬
sultlrom cult from one on cause c1usemay may pf cpurse cQurse ourse t be b cured
by one on e remedy rcmed I resolved not to t doctor the
organs rginsbut but to treat the one onenenc nerve system s btem
which whl < hoperats operates them all
For those th se who w hotrea treat only onlythesymPtoJ1s the symptoms
need a dlrrerentJemedY different remedy for each Such Suc h treat ¬
ments me ts are areo only nJypalllnthe palliative the results res i do not
last A cure can never come co rrte In diseas e eof of
the stomach sto niacl heart hea t liver llv or Idneys cldne s until unt l Jbe the
Inside Insldenero nerve nerve power O < er Is restored When Whenthilt that
Is done Nature removes the symptoms There
Is no need ncc1o pf or doctoring do ctorllg them
My MYl remedy remedynow m my y how w known kno wn by druggists every e ry ¬
where as as Dr Shoops Restorative Restoratly Restorativeis Is the re ¬
sult of a Quarter ce c century ntury of ofn endeavor d dor3lom or3lom along
this very er > line It d does es not dose the theorgan th organ
or ordea deaden ifentho the pain painbut but 11tlt It does go at once once
to the nervert n neryethe rvethe the Inside nerie neM nerrethe > the power
nerye l1eryetlnd and builds bUlidlI It up utsDrtdstre uiikud > and strengthens stre lgih ns ns it
and jpakeg x a It well
There T Th 1er reis is 1 no no im imysteryno mystery st ryM no miracle mlracl r er a
explain explalnrny my treatment treat nt to you younJi as ap easily easiI as ns I
can nn tell you ou why hy cQld freezes frcez s water water an3
why heat l1catme1ts melts Ice ce Nor Kor do dol I claim cl3l a tL ills ¬
covery For Forever every > detail detailot of iriy treatment
Is based h11 c1 on truths so fundamental that t at none nO le
can deny them And nd every e ry inbredlent Ingr 4lent of
jny ny medicine Is as ag old id as the hills Itgrows it grows
on o n I simply slmplapPlled applied the the truths and com ¬
bined the thelngredl Ingredients ingredients nts into a remedy remed that Is
practically certain
In mora more than a mImon million homes hom sm tny remedy remed
Is now known and r relied lled il d upon TOt you
majr may hot have heard of it it So So I i imaliethls make maliethls this
offer ofi r to you ouas i a a stranger fr n ge r rthat that every ee eier rposslbl possible
excuse excuse excuse f fot of doubt 5 5mty may be fie removed Send Sen
no nomoti moriey montynlmike Y n maUe iKeno no promise promisetake take no risk
Simply write and ask as If you y ydu u have h lle never ne r
tried my m < remedy r med I will send 8 nr 1 you an order
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not a sampic sa npe but the t1cregular regular standard bot ¬ I
tIe he keeps keepsconstanU constantly on his shelves 5hel es Tho
druggist dn rllsl will require no conditions c9 dlUons He will I
accept a c cePt my m order re a Jh cheerfully hee e rr rrUIIY if UIIY UIIYas ily as though tl U gh your > 0 Ur
dollar lay befpfehim betorehlmH bdtofe hthm He iiovili w wlU ill send the bill I Idollar
to tome me
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