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BEAUMONT ENTERAL. WEDNESDAY. SEPTEMBER 14. 1904
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THE LAST CALL
PRICES and VALUES TALK
SEE OUR WINDOWS
SUITS
That Sold for 10.00,
Reduced to
12.50, 13.00, 15.00 and 16.00
Only a Few
$7.55
of Each
Lot.
PANTS
Tht Sold for 4.50, 4.00, 3.:.0 and 3.00, REDUCED TO
$2.45
Lil'ht unci Heavy Weights
Money Refunded if Not Satisfied.
SOLINSKY KROS.
ON THE CORNER.
JUDGE PARKER
TO VISIT GOTHAM
9
WILL CONNER WITH POLITICAL
FRIENDS THERE FOR SEV
ERAL DAYS.
U, TAKE A IUI IN IB GAME
Remit of Mains Election are Crti
tying to the Judge Who Seei In
Democratic Gaine a Few
Crumb of Comfort.
K.-r.m:. Kept. lX-.lil'lgo l'mU'T ox
m- i h In an to N w York on Thitrs
day return on Ki'l'l'iv. No
iiiiioiincciiiclit Ihik been Hindi' MR to
I lii! iirrangeinoH for the trip and
.Indue Parker's rtu-jii for leaving
ii. mount Im mil known tonight. It
is nnlcrstooil that he will take npiirt-
its In some New VorU lio'cl Mil
.mmi.t wlili nollilciil I fiends. For
several days it has been rumored
iimi tin' 1miI''i' v.-ns i lit it tii ii ix a visit
in Nrw York to rail on tin; member
of tin. national committee ami oinei
nmnngora of the campaign. l WIU
.-aid alM) I bat be might 'liemaln litem
mi. I lake a band In Hie running vt
the ennipiilgn, for tbe purpose of
more harmonious relat'ons neiween
(be men at. headquarters hut It !s
believed hero tbe candidate Instead
of straightening out real or Imagin
ary differences lias minor consilium
tlini Important
BANKERS IN SESSION.
Several Hundred of tbe Coin Handlers
Meet In New York City.
New York, Kept. I:!.-Several hun
dred hankers from all sections of till)
i mry are composing lh trust cap
ital section til I In; American Hankers
Association, met In jmuiI cnnvenlion
today The eon v 'ii t ion of the associa
tion proper will open tomorrow and
eniiliniie lor three days.
II. fries of .Salem. N. '., deliver
ed an address on "riiascrvnl ism."
The proceedings of the savings
bank section of the American Lank
em Association opened today with an
address by the chairman, A. C. Tut He
lie-isiircr ol tin; Naiigatuckcl Savings
hank. '
Willis S". I 'a I ne, cxsuporlnlcndcnl
of liiinks of this stale, look for his
niili.jeci: "Postal Savings Hanks,"
which In- opposed.
Cotton Badly Damaged.
Jackson. Miss., Sept. IX- Reports
ill ininr to pour in from Hie Helta of
in i:;e to I he cotton on account ol
worms a.id rust. K (ioveimir l.on
r.iiiu. who has just reiiirned from an
peel ion id los pl'inlation inierosis
1 1 : I pari of the state, says that
l.iMU'.'c is more general I baa in
dicated by Hie government, lepnrls.
ami main ol lis' planloir. wil not
harvest (.ver ilti per cent of their
usual crop.
Lookinu For Work.
Chiliem-vi. Sept. IX More I hail
V.iinii ol Ibe Hrikors at. Hie union
Mock vni.N gathered in pacMngiown
lodav looking for wip-k. Abonl 1 .
given I'll) pit iy im -II I ; 1 1 1 1 Hie iosi
rill awav o try iiunin iiiinoi row.
SEVEN DIEO IN KL' MES.
Were Occupants of Tenement Build
ing In New York City.
New York. Sept. 1!!. Seven jic
si lis wen; liurued In death and six
olbers were Injured seriously In a lire
which pinHally destroyed a leneinenl
building at numbers US and 70, first
Hi reel, early today. More I hull
twenty families were asleep in Hie
building and acts of bravery accom
panied their rescue. which was
priimpriy accomplished by llroinen
and the police.
Win n the work of rescue had been
completed Hcveu dead were found.
They were:
ONDA KONOVITSni.
ANNA KONOVITSCIl, 1 1 IS WIKH,
AM TW SISTKO.S.
TWIN HA III US Of KONOVITSCH
FAMILY. . , ,
Those Injured sustained their buHs
ehielly bv Jumping from Ibe lower
lloors. but many received severe
hums.
The liiianeial loss was small.
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in
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Hie
Many Go to the World's Fair.
Louisville. K.V.. Sept 1.'!. Aecord
i., i,i nilvlees received here today,
Tuesday Evening,
Thursday Evening
and...
Saturday Evening.
THE GREAT
00M PAUL
MAGICIAN
PRINCE CARL.
The Master Spirit of
Ambidextry.
The Wonderful
KOMETA,
The Male Prima Donna.
2onl Jail to See Uhem.
service Htill retain two physicians
(hero who nro observing condlllons
anil kcepiiiK a strict watch to hoo
that Ihu sanitary measures inaugurat
ed are observed In order to aiisolute
ly obviate uny posHllilllty of tho re
appearance even of an Isolated ease.
FOUR KILLED.
in
Gravel Mine Near Memphis Caved
on Workmen.
Memphis, Sept. IX Four men
weru killed In a cave lu a gravel pil
, ,i,rin!r Wilne miles southeast of iMempius
I Ion importani pians i "i''h" , , ,
I led to chanKo completely the late ( ay. lh dead
ii'.n lriiiir met bods ill some sect lolls Of
Mm country. .IikIko I'lirker's trio to
New York on Thursday will he the
fir 'I visit (r a tiiillilcal character
since Ms li.initna'lon.
Itesnlts of tbe Maine election nr;
Kivit i l"y inir to the Juilo and his !o
cii.iii rrleiiils wdio visMed h'"i to
las not (ii-
CIIARUKS TEMl'L-B,
I'AltKlOU JONKS,
JOHN ANDERSON,
I1ICN WILLIAMS. Lust three col
ored. '
I The accident occurred two miles
from Oakville, wli(;re the men had
excavated gravel beneath an over
i... ..i,,., i, ,,!. This L'ave way and
.1 T1.,, ,,t,wll,.ilf
Ilil.V. III.: .lot' i'i."h"'n ' ,11 ,
cussed the. election nor cominenled the four victims were smothered uc
for publication on I he ret urns tin. fC. assistance could reach tliem.
Hump who pave talked Willi him. -"ay
he Is KCeaHy pleased at the larK"
iiieirased democratic vole and feels
Hum (here was a sentiment ill -played
Hi'Mc, which inav be exneeled t.) d
vdop lliroiiKhoiit the country an 1
show In more material form In dotibt
fal states.
Davis Working on Letter.
New York. Sept. IX Former Sen
ator Henry (!. Davis today completol
the draft of his letter (r accepting
the Domoeritic noiniaalion for tho
vice presidency. Mr. Davis came to
New York to confer with tin; leaders
of the party, rcKardin;,' tins document.
ami Senator (lorman, who arrived
here last night., came on the same er
rand. Work on the letter has pro
gressed rapidly since their arrival.
The draft of the letter will be rovies-
i'.i tomorrow and the linai toucii
NEGROES WARNED
Are Driven
TO
LEAVE.
Indian.i,
Out of Carlisle,
by Citizens.
Carlisle, Ind., Sept. IX As the
result of the Intense feeling againr:'
tho negroes in this city which last
nlsht took the form of a threaleuiiu
demonstration orfu' nog family re
mains iuCsirlisle. This family h;u
lived here for several years.
Two negro families who came hen;
recently from LawreiicvviM. III., and
who ilepart od last night waen a mo:,
t broil ened them, returned today, hut
were ne I I - while citiens and told
thr.t ll'ey ).. list, remain away.
'vel from the south to the SI. Imls 'a,(j0,i Tlnusday, when Mr. Davis ex
Wen
Wt
I l ,l ei 1 1 in ii , ,,
exposition Is Iueieising rapidly, aii
I rains are crowded and carrying ex
Ira coaches.
Convcotio" of E'"les.
llallimore. Sept. IX -T '!' " ;
i . ji,,..:,. session of Hn- fifth national
convention of Hie rralernal order of
KaglcH convened today ami or the
ellieers I here was iMl a sini'.le :i!'
senlee. he being lien. T. A. Hell of
Napa, Cat., one of I lie grand trustee,
i'.eveii hundred new grand Ae-ie
meiiiliers weri I'llm'l'eil and the ,ii-
-' 1 1 (I : was I. nun
$1.50
I :i aid.
Julian ('.
Law i.'iice,
I'roprielor
.:iega:uly fiirnislieil apariniiiits; iar
nr bd room ami private bath; elec
lie liv.l't. p rivate li lepholie; $1:7
.'il.ly for two; with meals f:',n. A
new, model, boiiu like hotel or re
liiied pal i nlet in Hie fashionable res
lib lital : i -el i ill . ('iilivellielll lo Shop
Theatre.!. Churches and Transit Lines.
Si ial summer rates to transient
ciiests.
$17.00
PER WEEK
WITH MEALS
TELEPHONE
61)0
GAMER
Me, ils. American or Kuropcnii I'lan.
iier.T.'ic. $S weekly. Cuisine of
Valet at telulanee.
I!ieakla:-.t r Luncheon,
noted iMi lleliee. Wbi!
,iic; Inn-
service.
Van Renssellaer Hotel
7 .mil 19 Eait 11th Strret, nrr Fifth Ave. and froaduay,
New YorK City.
pects to leave lor KlKins, . vu.
Tbe letler will not be made public
:i ..ii,... ii... 1'nrtiitil llt'f'Dhl II ill1!- l)t
......... i i,.. I...U I n nul.lisluMl. REPORT OF
juiir i ,i i ,w . ...... ,
Mr. Davis wil make a brief address
at Hie opening of the Democratic
campaign in hi:? own stale at
Wheeling, Sept. I'll.
Senatoi Hormaii today expressed
great conliilenee regarding the condi
tion in Maryland iroin a Democratic
staudpoi.K.
Uruguayan Rebel Dead.
Monloviil"o. Sept. IX Hen. Sara
vla, the chii f of Hie t'.-iiguayaii revo
lution! I-: i t dead and peace negotia
tions have begun.
THE CONDITION OF
THE GULFJMMNAL BANK
AT BEAUMONT, TEXAS.
In the State of Texas, at the Close
of Business, September 6, 1904.
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Vt bii I Have Done for Other
I Can Do For Yoa.
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Etprrt ptiali.t.
HITI! THE. BEtK JMVEttl KIIPAWT.
Irdine Opliti.
Higgins in the Lead.
Saratoga, N. Y Sepl. l:',. Unless
the forces behind the candidacy of
Lieiit-naat (iovernor frank W. Hig
gins change position before a vote is
taken, there is every indication of
bis nominal ion by the Republican
convention to bead the state ticket
a.( candidal,' fur governor.
governor Odell and his friends are
outspoken in their advocacy of Mr.
Iligins, and in a poll issued tonight
elaiiii tii have Vo'j votes assured in
In favor.
Randcll' Good Luck.
New Orleans. Sepl. ."..Returns so
lar received from the dcmoer.il ic pri
maries held lodav in the fifth con
:;ie.sM.nial district indicate F.
Kansilell's nomination.
Clark Mcts Tagnart.
New York, Sepl IX- Senator m.
A Clark of .Montana was i.i confer
L i . .. nli Chairman Tact-art at head
.paiio.s lodav. He told Mr. Tag
ua.t that the Molilalia democrat h
W..H-. I leii.imiiiaie Hov Toole at In
MnriMii s , mix. ill ion ami that tl'iv.
t i..!e M-.-i li.'n :' asMired. lie
III-. ple-:e. ic.- Molilalia il'i't"1'
1.,, .li'.U. Parker.
YELLOW FEVER SITUATION.
Fumintmg Gang Completed Work
From Lv4o to Browntville.
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,i ,. t) ..' and H P"n haiJ:
' Loans and discounts
Overdrafts. ' secured
unsecured
I". S. Itonds to secure cir
culation I icmiunis on U. S. Hotels.
Hanking house, fiiruil ti e.
and lixlures
Iue from Stall' hanks and
' bankers
Due from approved reserve
agents
Checks and oth-r cash
items
Kyehange for clearing
J house
Notes of other National
banks
Pi actional paper currency,
nickels, and cents
Lawful money r-serve in
! bank, viz: Specie
J7'.i :!'. legal tender
notes ts,:.i;i on
K d. mp'ion fit 1 with I'
S treasurer (i per cent
of clrciila'ii'iil
ptte from V. S. tr.n.urei-.
i it I'e- than kt cent
redemption fund
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As a rule you advertise to reach the people;
not some of the people or some particular,
class of the people, but all of the people;
not only some of the time, but all the time.
TO
ro
T1D
it is necessary to use a medium for your
ADVERTISING
that reaches all of the people all of the
time; not only in the city but in all the sur
rounding country.
The following letter out of hundreds
in this office we quote to show that
we fully cover the field: : : :
Leesville, U , Sept. 12, 1904
The Beaumont Enterprise,
Beaumont, Texas.
Gentlemen:
You -will please discontinue our two
ad upon receipt of this letter.
We are highly pleased with the results and
ask that you send us a bill so tho.t we may
remit.
Yovirs Truly,
. ; Vernon Iron WorRs,
Wm. Jackson.
The Enterprise
Wishes to
Distinctly Assert it Has No
LIST
But it has more subscribers in South East
Texas and Louisiana than any paper ni the
state of Texas can boast of.
If you are an advertiser and wish to
reach the people of this section ask the ad
vertising man and if he does not convince
you, don't advertise.
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