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THE BEAUMONT ENTBRPRUg SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 3, 1901
BEAUMONT fNIfRPRiSf.
,VuUlti4 Cvery MuriJn Ij
SHI BEAUMONT ENTERPRISE
. ,.iaHiNn co.
InUrprlM Bulling, Beaumont, T'xa.
(entered at the rortofflee in Beau-nott
M fc-etxiud Clatt Mwl Alallur. j
SATURDAY, SEPTEMBEFi J, 1904
ninl u wider ItimwIiMlt;.) of u jjrtut i-co- hlileriuloh. It bhould rcnult in tlm Innr- t,oilhlHhteliic..n of Indit Idliajs, that,
""'" iii'.v iik 111 Mlnrli hm for iu ill- ti -.ti.-tulanoo .Im fur mimm.I. Ii million 1,1 1,1,1 ivIk oi 1 .,11.1 mui.v
liiiiitii- 1.I1J. 1 1 tin.- iiphuihiihu nf Mil ill he week umii. which every loyal lhoutuiM of dollar worth nf prop,
i niliiri! within Hit- hiinliT o Kimi mm mid duutihier nf Tcj.au who t an my nave hit-it Imiiiu-i; .ilotroycil an I
ii'i'i'Xi '' , K.m.iiunily ko khmiM lay anlilo wasted,
"l li. work of Hid i(jitii-sH hint mo 1 1st :r ilttily tin I Ion und muteiiiMu i hut In-eii tho policy of the oner
H i lly iiIiiikc.I iliroiiKh iiiuII.th per-, in 1I0 honor M Hm prcii, of our atir In int. Jennim field 10 no 1111111
taihiiiK to irriuitili.ii Uml ihu x.-cu- gn at hUIc. .,, It a to muki. il a long lived uii'I
liw mmmliii-o Iiuh diclilnl to t.yie, If ioiikIhi rtt wlih iho practice, priifiliiblo mid The ili-ulo 111 ,-.
i.mu:le Hit- work illvl.lt. It info mc- oii. rustoir.H of your oflli t. I rcpei I-' now .rmr-KKln no rapidly thut ii ia
, ; .. ' , , " " i" T mm you wkiif a i.roiiif H.chhary to tuU Kit-pu ihai hlutll tm-i
IIM'HII. Ill lllllll lllf I'fll II.. . V.l'l flllllllll I'll llllll! Mil. illll. 1.1 111 lllll III..'..,.!.. !.. . II. .11 1
M.iunco of " I exit Wfl(," ami III'
,111:11- iht people of 1 he suite to pur-
I HfipMlO."
Term of '-iuticrlption.
One joar , f t 00
TkrtM oirmtha 1 "
Hunilay, j-nr year 1 00
falUKltt ct.py ac
LOUISIANA
NOTES
NOTICE TO PUBLIC. j
Tha Lntcrprlna Publitlnnj company '
la not responsible for any litLtn con
tracted by It employee, of any char-1
ortrr whdtovnr. j
Not since lli'' liiinli' i.f Si-Inn, sny.t
111.' Kansas City Kli.r, in.; llii-iv !. it
It battle cniiipninblo In I ' ii ii in 1.. r of
t I'l -opt .'llt'lll'i'll l) I III' tllnll'l'l" III.'' in
progress "ii llii' il:iin ol Lino Yah';.
In fuel, wit h in ill" In ' fi'iiiiiry there
J j ; . V . boon nllly llin I' olh'T hill III ; ill
Volvillg IMI, IMHI nu ll I.I il if. Si dilll
ninl Koniiiginiz. Tlii.'i is iippureni ly
iiliiinl Ilic m:i . fin tint iniinliiT or ml
(lii i'M Hint modern mi l liuilii ' a n : I.
lii;iini:;l I'iicli oln r.
'rlioiih Nupoli'oii wiiM ii'inli;',.i in
ills il.'i of hiiIiIm I'm iiinl iIi'iiil'Ii lii.i li.i'
ll.'S wi i'ii liir iihiii' iiiiiini 'I iinl l li.'in I Mi'
Iium iiI si riiKKli- on ill'' r;i:ili rn cil'.;'
of tin- woilil, hi' )iiiiii iii'il only oiiri
to In' i iiLMHril In ii ci in I . 'Sl in vnlv in:;
n:; in.'iny ini'ii n h iin' now lii-.liiin
I "l.omi-s on ilm luii'l" I'irh heel ion
ju l l In' t oiiilnct.-il l.y it ( hull mull lec
1 (: in ' , us mi .. iiiih. hi iiiii Inn Hv ii:
'lii i lliic.
' ' Inlui iimi Ion will l.c ilisp.'iisoil r
I'i nliin- id.- IncniihiiiK "t iiro'liictlon
ii, H i imilii n in tin- A'liinlit: kiuli ii.
Hi will lis In llin I'ncilic :i.liniis-luri-i
1 1 y Iii oI.I.'Iiik In N'i w KiikIiiIiiI
mid iilnni; lli A ppalin lilmi clniiii, lit
w.ll ns iiI'.iik in1' Hoc l.y 111.
'inn I J-'Icrini; MiuiiiM-rliiv n.
lui.iici lHi, n ilcvasiiiMon l.y
ilrnln.'i::". i-'iniitioi y mnl rural hiiilc-1 IiIioIkuum, iiiii iilicr illhclinrlim iln
mi ni wiP hImi he 'llsciisM'.l." ifeiins lit one inn. i In r th.-y iihoiI i In
C ml l'iiriMiu;.r AKi'iii T. J. An- kuiw as flul.. IMwnnls liiiK'-ntl for
, il. i' .nii nf Hi.- Southern I'liclllc hat hi vcral hourx in ureal nnuiiy. 'I'll It i
jm i ii' urn el ilinl n special ralo of oin iiiiiKck hcvcii hliooi liiK-t for fhlt war.l
line for iln- roiiii.l trip will In inmli' 'hini'i' Auk- 1.
rontlinianro of thla nolicv.
Then' Im no iifii-Hity for Hi., hisiurv
- .1 , ;.. . i .. . . .
iiiiiiiiki IU ioiih ll OIII1T lU'lllt 10 UO
rtiiiiifil In JtnniiiKH. If all i ln.se in
teicsicil, whether laliorer.t. caplial
I.sIh or proilui-i-ri- will romliinn ami
unit., and wirlc In liai inony with i-ui h
ot m r ror in, proir-ciion of tho llelil.
Tho Jury in Hit. ruse of tho Stale
vh, 1'i-ler Mc)aiili-!H. in l.al,.' flmrlet
FRafacffiiipli
SUNBURN
...untnlnt: William l-ic.or Iu.h shot ...ni klll-.l tf" , ' 'Zui con s m
';' :'w"...h ... Ioii-hvIII.. Iiiii Ii J J.Iv.ui ii'iiii i Ii.' i;'o ; : w
. "'" "i Vr "':y .?",K,,1 ''"r1 w.' 11 r.'lur.ie, Ver,:ic of no. Kuv. ami
I
t
I
Iruiii :lll
una niel
I'll II I s on Hi.. Ilic in I.oiilsl
'I'ev .'!!.
TEXAS NOTES.
Tin- ( 'or. iciiua lt fiiiin;: couiiiiiiy
I, a ; j.i .l . .1 a Inillelin ail vniicliii, Ilic
price of lii.'lil criiite peiroleiiui to K.'.c
.er liairel at Ihe Welln.
Vcslcnlay on the I.n tirancn fun
l.ei Toney, (I yoilllK IK'Kro, who wat
Mrs. John l.nnilry, wife of tho kciv
oini over ....-f on III-: Almia I'laiilitl Ion
near WlilleciiKilc, wiih iicciilenlnlly
l.i.leil liy oiic of lln 'J'cvii'i ami I'ncilic
i iiiins m Dorccy ville, half u mile
aluive it, ill pliico. Wiirt.liii; wnt uivii
l.y ih" ciiKi'iiocr, hut tin. woman failcil
to hear it, ami was linriil.lv maimleil
Willie III le.ujii . lo li. u III.. Iraih.
Aceonlini; lo the new illrectory noA
in pl'est, Motiro.-'K nnpllliil ion, Willi
Ilic tailmrkin (ilslricls, has a iiopula
1 1 ion of over Ili.liiMI. The city proper
hi, way lo n fan.. ..7 pick cot I ''' l,"l"l'",'"1 "f I2.:.im. . while W.-s,
v.-,., n,e. l,y .wo me,, in n I.HKKy who. ;V.,,"I"M, ,mH 11 ,v"r '-:m l,,n''-
n iipp.iirs, wo ni .il Ii i in. lie was as
:;i in ni wild Klicks ami hmlly liealcn.
Inve:;lli;al Ion is uolni; on liy olli' ers
here.
.fl.!
i'erliinn, a well lo do fnrincr
li.-i.... in I In. Vi I'r.il 1 1 an i.ii.n m III i II V
.il.oill l.ino Y.iiilc. The victory of Alls- ,, ().(, r ,.,, waKn
l. rlilz wan won wilh Tn.nii'i 1'ieiich II1U . Cameron and when lie wetil io
IIK.'IUINI X-I.niiu II 1 1 Ii -H, ami Hint ol Wll mini ins leniu io nie wa-oii nun
I linirliiii.r Im r..imil IliM tint'fil. ...i.nlv
He n ml the ollicers are out In search
j'rnm with ii.ii.iinii I'l'i'ticii aniiisi
llu.liiiu AliHlriaus, 'I'lie "uiiiinl anil'.'''
vliich Invaded lliifisia minilii -roil -100,-(iCii)
men. Hut In the Kiv.'il liallle or
tho invasion, lloroilino, only 2.i7.0iin
were oiiKiiKcd on holh sides. U'h' ll
the ICinpeior was defeat cd i ill I.i ii
l;le II..' had J .".n.OiiO men lo SO. imiii
with the allies. At. Waterloo he
I'oiiKhl wltli 72,M(ifl men ii;iiinsl Wel
liiiKloii wilh HN.iiiiO mid liliiclier with
r.D.iliHi additional.
The iiiiiii lie I'm niKUKcri in the f'lluica
Were mil Ini's;e mid wlille ;i vast. iiKv.ro
alioii of men were umler anus in the
t ml war, they wore v i 1 1 1 ? y .seal
tend. Ahoiit I r.r. .(tun men 1'ouchi al
fietlyslims and ill the linnl adviincc
on Itichmoml Iji'iim had I ."i i.i n iO In np
poso l.ee's itl.linii. Iii he Auslro Ti ns
Hiiin si riiKf-'.li! in IStid tlm furi es were
concent rntcil, and in tint Dual liatllo
i!' Konnlnnil. UliiHKI men were en
I'.ilKed. The I wo ((i c:il hat lies or the Kran
co I'nissian war were (li'iivelotle,
where IIKI.liliil Kreuch wijie defeali'd
iiy I! iiii,(iixi (iertnans, mid Sedan,
where McMahon coiiimaiiileil I.'iII.iiimi
men nnainst LT.O.ooit ol' Hie ciiuii
Cilice I liiil Seplcmlicr ilay, thirly innr
years ai;o, I lie lin t unes of war have
not h 1 1 niu;li I Inlo liallle so many men
as are now HkIiI.Iiik uniier Xuinpat
kin, Kiiriiiii, OL it and Noibit.
The anxious fiiemls of the .loin mil
lire urueil mil In ,e in a hurry fur lii
priiml.si'il Sunday iilition ami Ih y
nlioliM heeil the reipiesl. Of coill;;n
Ihev ,-ire ctitiili'd lo a paper seeii
iliiys ill the W eek fur I In. price
they are paving hill t hev lii'l..!
not Inrni'l that II (outs money In inn
a Sunday paper ami as I lie .Imira.il
must spend in in -Ii innr.. Hum tin- ..wu
''I' can eel l:,-n I . i hey i.aiinall. pale
to do il. Then- is while paper, tele
);i;iph lolls an, I iii. i, a e,l ( - . . i ,,( :x
lior while the iiieiean il aiiiininl nf a, I
VI I I. ; i u I 1 1 ; 1 1 i an l.e :..', Ill, , u 1,1 In
i n Milan i li.ll ll l.; ll.ll ill v WU II ;-,.iim;
alter: Inn ill.' .Iniiiiial iia,l.'.; an- ell
lllli'l In in, ue Ihan lie v have Imi ii
Jet tin:; fur ili.-ir mnnev and Hie lai
Iinl In mile I hat I lie .loin
tmiil lia-; ,eciil,,l ii. I... is
of I he col Ion,
Sunday ' iiIkIiI while tho win of .1.
! II. Alexander was on ills way home
I'riim church, near I'alroon, In Sheihy
county, some one shol ill him from
ambush, slrikitiK him with several
lilrd shot. Deputy Sheriff .las. Swany
U invest iKiiHiiK the matli'i'.
fharlcH Walls, a yoiini; fnrmor who
lives lienr TliiKii, awoke in lweeu
and (i o'clock in I he .iiorni.iK and
loiniil pis wile, (tllie, utfvi i years,
iloiiil, mnl her l; immllisohl ha he ly
i ll? hy lier. Cm oiler Slnflord viewed
tin" hoily this aflornooii ami decideil
thai the ileal ll was from hereiliiary
disease.
Minuuiejs wnt sol free. The rnso
Iimi tUUnclcd couslilerilhle llttelllloli
hiciin-.e of .in. ralhei- sensiit lonnl
11. n. ...ll.. !..... . I...I...I . .
..I i i .i.n .'.ii-ieii nnesi iiiiiii ne
could Klvo Himself up iii KapldiM. and
n'so liecatiso of the claim, whVh
proved to ho unfounded, that the I'a
lal encounter look place I,. !tnp!iin
parish. The killjm; uml; place at a
il:inci. Another man was wounded
hill afterward recovered. Mclii.nlelt
claimed ho was oaly ilofenillni; li'tn
self and l he Jury aptmri ni ly accepted
his version or II, He was defemleil
hv JuilKe lliiiinr of Rapides and
W Mission (ivi-rlon.
A GREAT HOLE IN THE GROUND.
j Al ,'!:20 llro hroke out in a thrcn
story brick smoke house at Iho Arm
suoiiK I'ackitiK Company plant at Dai
Mas ami for a time the entire oslah
, lishme.it, nomr Iwo acres of ground,
l In . nleiied with desl fuel Ion. Tim
'll.'iiiies werp finally conlltied (o tlm
I smoke house, which was destroyed,
, loiiil her wilh I7,0nh pounds of hams
! which il contained. The loss which
is estimated nl $10,(100, is said to lie
fully covered hy insiiranro.
The ctise nf I he Slate iiainsl Pick
ens, Minion and Forney Stafford.
riii.i'Kcrl Willi crimimil assaulr, was
transferred al i'alestlne to Hender
son county on the .IiiiIko'h own mo
tion. Court convenes 111 Athens nexl
Monday. The Stale Is represented
to- lUsli-lel Ail-un 'v M ! iti:i 1.1 . I'. V
Heard. T. .1. Harris and I.. T. Dash
h II. The ilelenilanls are represented
hy N Ii. Morris and Wat kins, Hender
son K- Miller. A trial will he had at
,llie earliest possih'e date.. Kxcile
imeiil has heen allayed hy the pros-
I' peel of a speedy t rial.
Tho several colonies of fiuntn
, maliiii ants plaulcd on Ilic (loverii-
nieii'il's experimental farm on Wnsh
inL:ton Hoiuhls south of Taylor, hive
in vsleiloiisly dis.'ippeared, whether
li'oin fiin.nl ir (aiises or formaiion of
the soil II In not known. These "hull
weevil destroyers" were hroujjht to
Tn lor hy Dr. W. D. Hunter ami l!o(
iinisl (). Cook of Vlcloria. Some
ohieclio.s were ra'sed hy the iiofu1i
l nine; farmers at the lime conceruiii!;
their lot rodi.it ion in this lerrilorv.
I. rpri
mil man
i ii up.
lll
'pllhllC.III Ii i. mis
have panl ih.
ail I, ii raii
. iii.l i i -.
Iii il ih. .
Ii In il in I .. a
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I ' I I iell
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ll,,i,l i
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"1 I' HI,
le - ai I Iii
ami l,,i:r
A duel wilh pistols which 'may re
suit l.ii.iliy to ;! lea -I one of the par
I ii'ipnnls, was foimhl helwf 'n Jesse
' I'urilelle ami Jack Itur.lell. well
'"I'lwn farmers, at their home place
on Walnut Creel,-, ahoiit live mil.";
j 1 1 1 1 1 1 of Austin. According lo the in
tor. nation received this nioriiim; of
Hue ilm I. i he men had ipiarreleil and
!', ..in ir;rn a. each other. Ouile a I
i ii n in In f nf shots were exchanged,
iwiih the resirt Ihiil Jack Hurdett was
iriicl. twice. One nf Ihe hull, Is
viniel, him in the lei; and the other
in in i rated his proiu. The hiillet in
'the vn.iii innv prove fatal, allln(:i!:!i
'ni present it Is not necessarily so
I 1 ' " " " vi tiii-iii 1-- n.it " '
linnl sheriff Miillhews and CoiislaM.
Will Mollis left iinnieiliaielv lor tin
I' cell., and tlu v liiive not vet returned
Jai l, lliirilett Is an uncle of Jesse
Cm , h it.
p il
l,.,v
1 1
w Ii. i
The Morse Oil company yesterday
i loseil the sale I'm- C'.iloiMI l.tn-r.-ls .if
I'"'' 1 :,'. riior l.aiiliiim has r ive,l the "il- This is the lamest sale yet re
I si i ' l, 11 ! ni" .- mi m ii ii i. :i I i i:i from 1'ren IporleiL in Ihe home Held. Of litis
jii,'ni l It. I'liini is of i lie I oiiisiana i ''iii'iuni Hie Southern I'arifii' is the
llenha-e I"mm. ii i.ai. While ii is n it i h.;n icst luiyer. It taks .ii..iniii Par
j,u '..inaiv for a sp.vlal pi-o.lait'al inn
I 1 I ' i in il l.v ihe l'. cut ie in iii.it
Oetiernl R F. Myie.s lias returned
fiom Newport News to New Orleans,
where ho wen! to represent the tniii-
lary tower of the SUI.- at I in- lauiu
on.; of the hallleship Louisiana. All
of Ihe remainder of the parly has re
lorned, evci'i.: Missos .liiaiiila im !
Ituhy I.allande, who went to Arhe
ville, N. C, Miss Alice SlaulTer left
lint train nt I'iiss Christ Inn.
(! aeral Myl. s commented very fa
vorably on Ihe reception his party
wus Klven at Newport News. A
hrenkfast .was Kiven lit !! Iloto
Warwick, Newport News, on the day
of the hninchiiiK, and it dinner at Ho
tel Chamberlain. Old Point. Comfort,
on Saturday. "Holh of ihcni were ex
r.Hlcnl," said (he Ceneral. "The New
port News Shipbuilding and Dry
Dock Company were the hosts, and
I hey did everyl hint; possible to make
us comfortable. The Louisiana is a
stupendous, immense creation, and,
I believe, is one of Iho hiKKost, if not
the biKKcst fdiip fl float. She cerlainly
looks invincible.
"We loft Newport News Monday
nrieinoim at fi, and arrived here over
the Louisville ami Nashville at 8 this
moi'iu'iif?. am al once (akini; up
prepii wit ions for our SI. Louis trip."
"I desire lo nay Ihiif I know not bin;;
about the rlianniiiK of the date from
Friday to Saturday. If this cliaiiKf
has been made, it was entirely with
out my knowledge, and I do not know
who it. was that made this decis'on.
I am in charu'c of the parly, and have
Kiven no orders tit change the date.
So far as I am concerned, the party
will leave on Friday, the lltli, at
Ofiocu ii. ine atlernoon. Ol coursi
II tile i.overnor. who is my superior
lias cliant;ei I lie dale, Ihe chanr
will stand.
"Please say for nie thai all the (!ov
ernors Stall who have not answen
the invitation lo be present had lust
do so at o'ticn, or il may b,. too lat
Acciuitiiiodat ions cannot he provldi
.it the last minute, except with Ki'eal
trouble and expense, nnd I wanl to
have the names of all tho.;l who want
to go on this trip so.no days before
hand. Those who have accepted so
liir are: Oolimol W. It. Wise. Colo
ne J. W. Person. Jr.. Co'onel J. W,
Alexander, Colonel Arsene I'errillliit
Lieiiteiiato Colonel .lohn Marks, of
Napoleimville; Lieiitenanl Colonel
A; ha lleywooil, of .leniiinss; I.ieulell
ant Colonel William L. Yoiiun-i. Ma
ioi C. I:. CondrniH of Kurke, Major C
( . Prirliaril. Major Clnlboine, Major
.lolin L. Hodnes, de la Vernno: .Ma
jor D. Hardin. Major Alfred fsnnc
son. Major Pen Wnlfsiui. of Nnlchi-
teihes: Major W. P. Ileicknian and
Major I.. II Marrero.
"I'lih'ss those others who desire lo
:ro tint il'v me at once. I am afraid (hoy
will have ililliciilly iu s.-eiirini; aeciim
inodations."
Would SperH 35 'Million Dollar8
for One.
From tho New York Mall.
ll. Is no visionary rrnnk who has
siikkckIoiI the Idea of horiiiu twelve
utiles down inlo Ihe entlli. nt an ex
pensn of 2". million dollars to see whnl
Is there. The iirltisli Associiilion for
the Advancement of Science Is Ihe
loren.ost. Kclenlinc body in Ihe Kiir
Itsh-speiikluK: world; II has jusl been
ni session nl ( 'uinhrhlKe. KiiKland.
uml it hsis been honoring wilh the
Kift of n special sold medal Ihe jircs-
Kienr oi its eiisj'lieerim; soil Ion.
Charles Algernon l'arsons, for hi:-:
went, nierlls as an Inventor. Mr. Par
sons is the (urhillo Wheel man. -i ml
has carried steam navigation and the
application of electricity a great
si ride forward.
And il. is he. who in his address
accepliii.; lb.. Hriiish Association's
medal, bus developed I his Idea of
boring Iwtlve miles into the earth.
Why dig such a hole as that? Mr.
Parsons' theme, it must be said, was
not holes In the ground, but Ilm life
of palenls; nnd he maintained, (hat
it Such n shaft were al tempted as n
commercial enterprise the p.milnl
could not be obtained for it i it
.......1.1 ...... -!.!. . n
..Hiiin i. me t'lffiii y-nve years am a
Die patents would have expired mean
time.
Hut such a project never would he
undertaken by private enterprise. It
would, necessarily be the result, if ii
were done at all, of passing Ihe hat
around among (he governments of ih"
earth. We do nol know what the
(iii'Mi's "insides" coutiisl of. They
were long commonly supposed to be
a molten mass, bul men a! science
have for Iho- most part given up that
notion. How (he earth's eon I or fan
no tluul and also vastly more dense
than tiny known i(iiid is cerlain'y a
grave problem lo solve. The geolu
gists are gradually rejecting; Hi,, hv
polhesis Ihitl lh earth was firs! a
gaseous el I, which slowly con
doused . inlo a fluid ball, inlenselv
Int. and then formed hy rnniin:
soiui external crust. They are lakin
tin the ( I.amhor'a'n Salisbury I hem
iM.u n as iiiruieo i,y i ue slow aeert
lion ol cold mov'oric rra:.;!!icn;.-:
space.
Not only would Ihe cailli know
deal more about herself if its sin
could be pellet rat i d a lillle way.
n.lghl eveM be bole, off in a material
sense. So lar we have not even
scratched Ih.. egg.-hrl!. Thai i.i, nl
the Harlot! co'lierv near Neweasll
i ii.ii fcoos now ii i.-i.ii ie,,i is not even
a pin prick. If Mr. Parso'.is' plans
were earned out. and ninny million
were spent iu sinking a shall lo Ih
lentil ol twelve miles, thai would be
only oiio Ihree-liuii'lrcd iind ibii
(Iiinl ol the way to the cenli r. P.nt
the shall might tap an everlasliiu
muni supply l Hal would make il
orever iinnei essarv lo mine nnv
min-e gold or any more coal. Or :l
wrought so much wonder, ii nik'hi
which would greatly simplify mining
science.
! T
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M&JZCtr S3iVm :i:: Men's o
. V VlVl ' lo in.uo
Jrosquito Bites, sJ
KC ' Soro Foot, Chafing, Etd. 5 I
t-V . L-i'i .ili'tm
' TryarcBotUo. 1 Choice.. ,
W. It. III NI.AI' l)iii!!gisl. , Choice.. .
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YOUR LAST CHANCE
On Men's Summer Clothing
and Furnishings at these pri
ces. Prices hold good until
Saturday, September 10th.
Sul i. s, w or ill up to I'.'.','1.
Out In ;:
Sails, llidii and dark paiterus.
to I '..ni', Now lit
ild Coals from Suits we sold up
Now choice
I'D .Men's Cotton Coii i n. all sixes,
Choice
Linen Coals, till slz s.
I.iiu ii Pants, all sizes,
L'lin Pairs Men
Choice u pair.
Vesis, worth up to J .00.
MaKing the Face Exprei.e.
fielurnlly speaking, w!ia! may hfl
te.-im ( the iifecliaiilsm of the ii.ci. Is
the same In nil ol us, and the i'ik
inuscles an) as susceptible of train
ing us Hie inusci.'s of the anus ami
legs. We can educate them to :i con
siderable, extent-. as actors common
ly do. without thinking or the prob
lem from an aiuilonilc.il standpoint
ami Cms may render our laces more
expressive and pruporlionnlcly mou
inteii.stiiig.
Men's I'.eil and
nice a pair. . ,
Evil In Fretting.
The one reason why some women
lose their beauiy itt'f. r marriage, for
which they an; not !o blame, Is that
of unlifippiness. The esser.tin! liiiiig
lo n woman's humify is happiness. A
weeks Iretting will age her to an as
tonishing degree, while a real ii!ihap
liness robs cheek nun Hp of color, eyi .:
if light and life, and destroys ail lli
soil, rounded curves of wiii.S'mio fui.i-
ninlly.
limn pair
Weigh. M.
Lisle Thread I'liderwenr
Now a garnieiii ,'i."ic,
a sail
I. ail Piiuls. medium ami heavy.
,.2.83
,.5.90
. .USc
.70c
.75c
..10c
.1.GU
lor Men, worih 1.2:
.."io and l.mi Negligee Shirlrs
of .Men's I .ail and i.iir. Hats,
Men's
Choice
Odd Ioi
Choice
Men's 2 .".( Lace
2 pair for
a j'.-ii'iiii nt, 2. 'id n anil,
1.10
5Dc
95c
Half Hose, l.'.e
;i p:iir,
,.25c
SPECIAL FOR SATURDAY
.".nil dozen Men's f.Hc ami T.'.e Siiinmer Underwear, till kind::,
and colors,
Saturday, 25c u garment, a suit
.50c
His Expression cf Mourninn.
A boy was engaged in kit" llylng
when ho was approached by an elder,
ly lady, who said reproachfully, "Why,
I'ommy. couldn't, you mamige to do
viiiu.ul kiln Hying 011 the day of your
;ioor fat hi funeral?" "Oh, it's all
ight, .Airs. ," "plied Toiuniy. reas-
ur.ngly. "It's a liinurnin..;' kite. I lit
"d a black tail to it. fliis morning."
vansas Cily ludep.'mlent.
No Place
Like
For
Values
e e -
1
Tie
o flu
1 Sil.
; t !s!:
,-iiri, t
-.long
it ver
nc
nii-i
1
Kicnrlike Mosquitoes.
Klmidike niosipiito is said to
' worst o:, c::rih, hut here (onus
rian traveler. .Mr. Iiolible, whn
1 tint ihe ven ns.ous mid-Asian
y is hard to beat. Residents
the line oi the Siberian road
seem to stray abroad without
In -11 hands ami faces ia
iis.
Women Snrdine Curers.
Sardine curers in I'Vance are nearly
all '.voa.e::. w'10 sometimes work twen
ty hours out of flic twenty four. They
lire paid at, the rate of thirty cents
r.er U'UO fish.
Mother of Twenty Children.
Having pt" vlously borne sixteen
e!iil,;i"ii. C'e .lie of a shoemaker at
Wra:'.. ir I'.oheniln. has now had four
at a birth, of whom three are living.
THREE LEFT BY STORK.
. Luminous Numbers for Houses. .
A new Idea Is to have the numbers
on tho front doc's of houses painted
111 luminous paint, so thai they will
be viable in Hie dark.
They Were Born to Mr. and Mrs. Sam
ADner of Houston.
Houston. Te.v., Sept. 2. The first
of Ihe 'nionlh Air. and Mrs. Sam A li
ner ol II Stanley Place were the par
ents of on,, girl Now Ihev are
blessed wilh four (laughters. Three
were born yesterday. 'The triplets
iirl apparently strong and healthy.
Their combined weight approximates
IS pounds. Air. Apner is 11 hrrber,
employed at the llin shaving parlor
on Texas avenue. He was married
in lireiihiiin lour years ago.
lojiin;
, grei
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f ih'i . hat aei.-r. ihe (loi.riiiii
' I v a, i or, I w il h I he n -:;. -.
at', I will be ghi I 1,1 hae
e ol 'IYmis X i-.il ihe I ' o
l.; Ml., week II. One, a-' " T.
a' I In- o' M s Ci'r" in a :
Is as po-.ild."
1 I"
mad,
f. op'.
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Wei. ;
IIIIIII
if's, tn.nuii for in, mediate doliv.iy.
'.-its are .ii"'loi i-iilii-r l.n i l: o ' e
lomoriow. This will irrenilv n lieve
the storage i-aeaeiiv wiiii-h has been
sex. I'i lv III. SSI il Ihe oast few eil'
i'l'his oil was Mihl at a I'.ood mi. e. -
imiiirs I'rotres.
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CALL TOR IRPH.ATiON
C.PLSS IS5ULD.
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St: The manari mi nt el -be
Mil l I'm. tias.. lAposilion b.is
.1 lo i. t m.Hfl the .si. of S. fi .
- . Ms ..k ill Hie WoblK
S.. , ,t .'.its ill be ih sig
( I .- . , ra .- 1 ,. s mi l '..wm
In- -i:ie .-in. I for to
: . '. - a- b 1 01. on im il w ' I 1..
1 to .ii'.-.r-;,' a , f n " pr-: .1 m
A Voice from Terpsichore.
Pear Enterprise:
Would you care lo know where
am. and what doing? Wo'l f am still
very slilli riislicalii,.',, am) In Ihe
iiiiant one gelling so rusiy thai I
car il will lake a -a hole lot of It.au
(tti eiiiile oil 10 !jm!.er me up tm
l.iy dill 1. s ia October. I can't wr,t
ou any news, for abonl all I know 1
from Ihe Knit .-prise. Mv dailv
occupation is in sleep and feed,
so.nldi and read. Tin re nv -o Many
feas her.' ih. n. e the sf-ai. hi thai I
Khali si N.n Ih e back fo It, annumi.
till, yov' We have a lin divr
- ion In re now in ihe torm f a re
Whistler a Poor Customer.
"Curiously enough," remarks Morll
...ei Alea.ne.s, "whenever one cam" ia
cntacl with Wliistle,-,', ertirely f01--ol
one's wn affairs and hecanio com-l-ielely
occupied with Ids. The lit. ,,
:lie masters coat was far more I in
portant to me than my own artistic
work. At the tailor's Whistler would
give an elaborate description of
a certain coat was to be ma,),.
no i.inor wotini earn- out bis
1;....., 1 :. ,1.. .. .
1, inn oieiaoy. liiu .io
ire man aecoi,n,ii,,hed t he work than
Whistler would say; -This ifl aM W.,,1IK,
now ii.-ire you say that.
ion. tun 10 do.- 1 am
i.s 1101 my inisiuess to mat
ii.it l.s your province. Then fore you
should bine led . t(, ,U w,lat you
knew to be right.'"
In
! ion;
nr..
Tclstci's Works Popular.
('.I'l'many there are 21S transhi-
ii' Tolstoi's works; in England
': icy have been trniii'.latetl into
how
and
direc-
siHiner had
it is what I
a painter. It
coats.
Chinese and Hebrew.
Cpils Soft at First.
When lust taken from mines, opals
are so tcni!. r that l!:. y may be
pvt. k.'d to pieeis with the iliu'er-n.'lil.
Seolh.nd
Scotland Yard.
Yar.i, 1 omlon. Is
the hi
Wcirtht of De.-id Sea Water.
A gallon of distilled water weighs
to-.i pounds. ( f sea water ten ar.d ll.n-e-fourihs
pounds, of Lend sea water
twelve pounds. There are eight ami
one-half pounds id' sit In eery IHO
pounds of Head nisi water to t .vo and
loiir-fiftbs pou'iids In ordi'iu.-y n;i
water.
The
dated
years.
w ere
Original Rough Riders,
original Rough Riders nnte-
the pony o::pi'":-,.s by le.-vcral
T!io Rille R 'i gers tlieiuseivt'S
rough riders, and Ma-. i e Reld
es; police still ion ill flu
acconiuiiiilaiioiis for V,
world. II has
1:11(1 po'icemeu.
tin
Tiie
ill O!
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.It-linings I'roeivss say.: In
I men ai.- inn-' iir. 111 lv m
il I,, at. n,l a ma s meer iig at
' 1 1 -1.1 (loiii-h Ciiday, Sept. 2.
'. In. k tor the liliriHKf of b is
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tho n t, i.-te.i in ih.'
nn. tig- ni1 fi. ..
I i. ,,f. !..,-, , ,, iia'i-:iir.iti- .-1 lo.!y
.h:. h -hall In- lainmi as a -ai-'t
, , ,ti : rn 1 i . win. .l,lt Iri.e ,-i;:h'i ll
lo u :,i.i. rt". an. I t , ; la: t,u,- for :b,.
. , -t i.i., , ; e ' t ... .111.1 lb-l'-il-tm
nl tr:,; ;c. -s l-,i , ;e.f
1 'I- f r 'le c p!o tn. n' :ui,l I-' 1 n
T...I,, . 1.1 ,i s. i, i- 1 , iff. If - h.i 1
vital tile, till;; coinllleli ,
P. r'.l. Williams.
Koi Ihe la-i f, d.i's the
h. to h.i : I,,., 11 al.no 1 he
'It't. ami il ,i;i', la!,, oni
j Mm,, il. -i, . - tn -.In me 11 -1."
w 'i. a I w .1 - c. ll. d for H ere
, l.tithitiL' . r ire fo'i'i.' In: a f. .,- j
p.-iH'I't , I, .ni - and a cnv .: 1 ,- :
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Chair of S'-lid Silver.
The most evpeii.-lve chair i:i the
world helongs to Ihe pope. If a
sol id sliver, a, id cost Sim.iiiio.
Afriran Rn-lwrty Locomotives.
vas a i.iptain, leading l:i in-,-t.,i many
u giillant chi'.rge against, tin- "greas-
trs," Apaches, ('omnKiiu hts and Sl..ux.
Lctiend on a Man'n Arm.
"Fulsebood. thy name is woman." is
tattooed 011 th,; arm of a convict who
has Just escaped from prison In (iratz.
The police have advertised a descrip
tion of l.l.i, of which the above uittoo
murk l.s the most salient feu tare.
Kumva.vs 111
motives similar
iu this count ry.
" "ii Ii Africa us
in .., pe to thus
loco-ll.-Xil
Holidays."
Typhoid Fro:
Shellllsh wer. r."
:.s.'.f. lypln'd fe
'il
1 Shelifh
n ilisihle
r iu l.ondot. hi-
nlm
'ucl-.ee and Cermary's Ou-jcrititlon.
II: - in.:. 00 j :.is an inipoiiani part
1;. 1 i:::n sup. rsiiiion. If .1M ,,, w,.
11.. it win. Is tn know bow many y, ars
!n has I,, , a Kl, ih, .,,
I'e is to be ii'iitrieil, all sk,. has I.i do
' '" '" into H'f v.nn.ls on May day
1' 1 si 11 f.,r the .a. k... Th- i.iiin-
r; of limes it yaps is the nns., .r.
Will Keep Away Motht.
p iliiu.i t.r ptutii,;; amotic
s ia diiiwirs or upboards ami
hat w ill t.o. p Ih.. 1,, ,te mm ay is
"1 "I '111. of l ,.,:i. one .ilia.
il. a::d in .itiac.. of il .
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!c.i has lo offer the summer tourist
an. I Ihe rest and iuvilthseeker, the
thousands ,,f --unimer travellers who
spend Hi ir vacalio.is in "The lliv.h
'aiuls of Oiilnrin" unhesilatingly
pronounce ih.. Muskoka Lakes r.v
gion the ideal, the perfeclly nail Ty
ing summer resort. Such an ideal
;a coiubiiialion of Vvti features
;i"imeval nature in a perf ft hewil
I derm, lit of beauty, t lnrin. an, V;i
riety. along with the facilities ofr
.most of liie modern iiererisarie'i and
. . in . .... in atiniiioii 10 in,.;,.
'!: i nn I'-i-ip, iiiiiii t. Hie lii-li
''"I" ."" 1 a.ve the M..l( ,.
i h ilihVi'. i;ig !.- rn. from pim., ,.,,.
. Inel. and In-, and Ihe dark, soft Wil.
Iters of iiiuuini i:ibl,4 lakes. t.-.'min
, wilh lb,, garni t ,f fr- si, wai,.r ,j
(What luoie li.-ifc a w. ary. inn . ra. k
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