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THE BEAUMONT ENTERPRU SUNDAY. SEPTEMBER 11. 1904.
f MAfiNOOA FM1 FOR CONVENTION ST THE MOUSE You'll find many things here Monday at specially reduced Prices, some summer merchandise that can be used for soma time to come, has been greatly reduced, many other items necessary for the f all season, and others that are all year round needfuls, are on special sale Monday. WHITE Specials in Staple Dept. 7 l-2c zciula Percales, good Cloth and iiretty, dark patterns; splendid for school dresses, Monday, a yard, 5 7 l-2c Apron Ginghams, all colors; a good value Monday, a yard 5 8 Mic Wide Percales, a splendid Cloth neat figures and stripes, all Jiglit colors; a splendid thing for Men's Shirts and Boys' Waists, Monday, a yard 6 12 Pretty Fancy Crctons, for Curtains, Couches, Clothes Bags, etc., worth 10c in some stores, hero Monday, a yard 7t 7 l-2c Outing Flannels, not the nar rok thin kind that some folks offer as a special, hut good width and qual ity; light colors only, Monday, a yard 5fc 7-4 Pepperel Bleached Sheeting, the width for 3-4 or single bed, worth 18c to 20c, Monday, a yard 1 12 Unbleached Canton Flannel, would be a good leader at G l-4c, some stores get 7c; here, Monday, a yard, 5& 20 pieces 22-inch Sanitary Diaper Cloth, worth 75c; special, Monday, a piece, 55J Summer Vests 50 dozen goodd 10c sellers; has full tape neck and arms; they will go early at this price; Monday, each, 5 Our regular 20c .iller, 2 or 3 kinds; at this price they are exceptional values, Monday, 2 for 25 1.25 Counter panes 87c Just 20 of them left; a good quilt, full size and just the weight needed for these cool nioiurings; fringed or hemmed, Monday, oath 87 5c Handker chiefs 3 for 5c 100 Dozen Plain White School Hand kerchiefs, worth 5c, Monday, 3 for 5 Two Blanket Bargains Not too early to buy a nlco light weight Cotton Blanket; just right to keep the chill oft theso mornings; a full size for doublo beds, and a this year $1.25 seller, Monday, a pair 98J Light weight tan colored Cotton Blan ket; single bed size; worth 75 cents, special, Monday, a pair 58 Two Ribbon Specials 50 Pieces Taffota"and' Satin"Tafrcta Kibbon, all popular colors and tho correct widths for neck ribbons, special, Monday, a yard 10i 50c Hair Ribbon, fairly good quality, satin; all colors No. 9 wldtns, spec- ,al- Monday, a yard 4? Extraordinary Lace Offer 100 dozen yards Valencine Lace, Edg ing and Inserting; worth 5c to 7 l-2c a yard; put up 12 yards in piece and sold by the ppiece, only Monday, a piece 38J Hosiery Spec ials 25 dozen Ladies' Black Lace Hose our regular 35c value, pretty patterns and good black, Monday, a pair, 19c 20 dozen Misses' Black Lace Hose, sizes 6 to 8 1-2; sold all season at 5(tc; Monday, Special, a pair 35 10 dozen Misses Black Lace Hose, sizes 5 to 8 1-2; our regular 20c seller, Monday, 2 for 25J Turn-over Col lars 212c 50 dozen Embroidered Turnover Col lars, very neatjg special, Monday, 2 for 5d Umbrella Values Extra good $1.50 seller in Gloria Cov er; pretty handles. Paragon Frame, for Ladies or Gent's; a splendid one for school use, Monday, each, 1.19 TAblets 3 for ioc Extra thick large slzo Pencil Tablet; the stationer's 5c leadedr, here Monday, 3 for 10 Anybody's good 5c lead pencil, Dixon and Faber's make; sells to all classes, Kpeclally good for school use, Monday, 2 for 5 SPECIAL SHOWING OF Ladies Tailor Made Suits SKirti and WeJits in our Readj-to-Wear Department Monday. We hare the cor rect m'leriali, correctlj materials, cor rectly made, and at correct price. Special invitation is extended to vhit this department. Mm DISTINGUISHED MEN WILL TALK AT MEETING DURING ROAD BUILDING. NIGHT SfSSIONJF (KECKS Banquet Will be Given and Stereoptl can Views of Roada the World Over 8hown. Tho commltteo on good roads of the Chamber of Commerce la working on the program for tho good roada con vention to bo held hero uext month, In connection with tho sample of road building to bo given by tho gov ernment. If tho committee's plans carry the convention will ho a great succesa and of interest to every one Interested In good roads and of value to the state, this community es pecially. It la tho purposo of the government in building sample roads in varioua sections to show what can be accomplished by scientific ef forts. The local committee will en dcacor to have as many as possible take advantage of the demonstration. Yesterday the committeo announc ed a partial program, showing somo of those it now seems assured will attend and some of the subjects that will be treated. Governor Lanham has given his word that he will be present and an effort is being made to get him to deliver an address. Mr. Martin Dodge, chief of the bureau of good roads Inquiry of the Depart ment of Agriculture, will be here and will speak. President W. H. Moore of the National Good Roads Asocla tlon will deliver an address and a talk will be made by Mr. O. P. Bow ser, president or tho state association and the father of good roads in Tex as. Illustrated Lecture. One evening while tho convention is here, probably the first, a banquet will be given and night session of speeches held. It is probable that at that time the illustrated lecture by Mr. M. O. Eldridge will be given. This, it is expected, will prove one of the most interesting features 01 the convention, as the stereoptlc.-ra views will show the road systems and the development thereof of every country in the world. Another speaker will be Col. R. W. Richardson, the government expert in charge of the road building. Judge R. B. Green of Bexar county ha also consented to make a speech. Senator G. B. Griggs of HoiiRton, the author of the Griggs amendment which comes to vote at the pools this fall and which the people of this community are greatly Interested in, will attend and will probably deliver in address. Other probable speakers will be President S. R. Knott of the Kansas City Southern, Judge Blake Dupree of Harris county. Judge TJ. P. Wheat of Jefferson countv. Vice President and General Manager Thcrnwall Fav of the Southern Pa cific, Industrial Agent A. T. Atwater of the Southern Pacific. Prof. Con nell of the A. and M. ' College and others. Perhaps a U. S. Senator. There Is a possibility that Unitea States Senator Latitimer of South Carolina will attend, as Senator I,at timer Is greatly Interested In ail good road movements, having been the author of considerable good road leg islation. Mr. John KTrby has said he will attend, as has Mr. Frank R. Hol land of Dallas.' An effort will be made at the convention to organize a permanent "Southwest Texas Good Roads Association." The committee was able yesterday to announce only a part of the sub jects that will bo treated In tho Ice ures and speeches. Some of these, however, will be as follows: "The Object Lesson of Road Work," "Eco nomical , Practical and Permanent Building by Committee." "History of the Good Roads Movement In the I'nited States," "Influence of G001 Roads on the Development of Texas," "State and Federal Aid In Road Building." "What Beaumont and Jof ferson Countv have done In Road building and the Effect It has had on the Development of the Community." "(;od Rim da in Relation to thi Church." Good Roads in Relation to the Schools," "The Interest of the Railroads in Good Roads." "The Rela tion of Jood Roada to the Farmer." TODAY- Matinee at 3 p. m. :: Evening at 8:15 p. in. PRINCE CARL The Master Spirit of Ambidexterity. Greatest Living Juggler, outrivaling his skilled brothers of his native land of East India. The Great 00M PAUL-Magician-Herman's only living rival in Mystic Mysteries, beyond the mind of conception. The Wonderful KOMETA-The Male Prima Donna. The only Female Impersonator, whom it is impossible to detect. The Edison Cimetograph-MOVING PICTURES. The Great Train Robbery, Forepaugh and Sells Bros. Circus, The Spanish Bull Fight and other Attractions.. PERFORMANCES will be given Sunday afternoon and Evening, Tuesday Thursday and Saturday Evenings. A Refined and High-Class Entertainment for all. If you have never been to Magnolia, come out and you will be pleased. Ground Balloon Ascension and Wonderful Man and Dog Parachute Leap Sunday, - September - 18th. WalR-O ver Shoes For all Sorts and Condi tions of men. We have styles of all sorts bat only one Condition THAT IS THE BEST We Know all about leathers and are very careful about that put into our shoes, so we are sure about their condition. We would liKe to mention more particularly about the new lasts the Po-ta-toe In Bbx'CaTfTVicT IUd or Velbis Calf, 3 50, In Patents 4.00 Keith Shoe Co MEETING POSTPONED. Local R let Men Will Await Reault of Auatin Conference. Tho meotlna; of the fVatimont rle miller and producer which wan to bo held Tuoadar ha ln-on postponed until after thi hoarinc n atate rice rate heforo tho Toa Railroad Com miaaion to lie hold on Scptomticr 21. Tho conference horo wa to ho on tho nucaiion of rate to Atlantic m lord point and ha Iwofi ostponi1 at tho rejnoat of tho railroad. whlh wkh to know tho roault of tho Ann tin confereneo before taking np tho ql,M.-tion of reduction In inter-tato ra'e. SPECIAL NOTICE. Prof. rh'x-Kman tnT at hla Academy any day. S-ll 2 tc Filial Votidar and Tuesday TiirH-h P.ti fioap. 2 rakea for rin a ..NICKEL STORE. r,4 Tear! Kt ii :tc !' a I'K-tor' t.ti-m'; to ti toiti. t Victor fWitl4lT rwira TTT"1 1?n"r V.U lT F'dd 1.T J t,..M. .f .i.ti-l vTiirjs-- TV an flfr Kr -m'. 'a L -Ft I No. 61 The Third and No. 61 6rea.es. of all Sales Will open Monday morning at 8 o'ctotfi We have lost received a very large shlpaentof extra fine Piano's I win'havo 91 Tlanoa Included In this Hale, ranKlm? In prlcea from $-0 to $750. I will Include In thla aalu aomo Kood ecnd hand I anoa aa well aa pome aliKhtly lined, at a ffreat aacrtflce. and a few I will aell party not able to pay more, at $10 eaah and $5 lr m.th, ao everybody can have a 't' waH a qiiRKtlon ten montha ago. when I made up my mind to rut off tho Holii itors and rIvc my rimtomera Uic bini tit of aalarli-a and mml" hloiiH whet her or not I could ot them to come In and buy a piano Ihey would Krocerle or anythlna; elae and nave that t-normoiia conimlK Kion as well aa the. bother of a nolle tor and to have from 3a 10 Ham. to w lect fim. I am proud to Mate that my aali-a have more than doubled all exiHfiaiiona. I have wdd in tho Hat tin montha 171 '""". retail, outsi.l.. of my wholeaale b.mln.. Thla la more than double tin buMiii Ks of four Molieilor In the aame lenh of time and It liaa -naiiMl parti. lo p.irchaHo K'xxi I'lanoa for leaa roomy than th.y would nave had to pay for ordinary cheap one. , J , ', I have In thla aale, a car Juat received of cfra fine fl cured, dark n"?' oak They are aom.-thina: Kxd to look at; aell rcR-.ilarly at -: ihiM aale for $2:5. I alao havo aomo nice ,a 7 Sie7.5tt. Also a nice, fine figured walnut caae. . o thla aale ir I wiii'alao make aK-clal prlcoa in the clebmt.il Sh'a-marker Tlano for the n. xt :: .lava. Th- y are the one that have tho gold etr.Ba-ot.o o..1 in It. a. i n... nt climate 15 year, not a atrlnc l.rok'-n r ruhU-4; aa l.rleni as tiew. Will rtchanco thoac lino riano f.ir ch.aM-r oo-a, where r li. a an- bothered with mat and atrinea ba'lly. have Juat aold 4 here to lovely honn .-a in Ueaurooiit. W ill be l-aae to have yon rail and Inspect ftockv. ' W.LVACE 702 Pearl Street She Man Who Retails Pianos at Wholesale Price NEW PHONE Oil OLD PHONE 017 zl-jux U t tr Lave ttj. the Cue' I