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THE BEAUMONT ENTERPRISE WEDNESQAV. SEPTEMBER St. 1904 NIGHT CLASSES INTACTiWOODHEAD BACK WILL START SOON LAKE YOUNf. MEN'S CHRISTIAN ASSO CIATION WILL OPFN CCHOOL THIS EVfNINC. NJT A MOMY-MAKING SCHtME Courn. in Anthmrtic. Cnmm.ir, Com ncr.ition, Spoiling. Bookkeeping and itenogr.iphy Do Given. Will Arr irii.;-m-t)' lnv been practical y .ollipl.-l.il for Hi'- operation of the V. M. ('. A. iiIkIh school. Wl" n';Mi.-i:iiiii moved into IIk now build. ill.- conduit iHK f imU'.l't K' liool was mi.- of l hi- thin-' H'!ii;il:ili'il. WIii m Hi" Iniil'lii'K was colislrintcd proxlslon was made '"r u ichool. ' I1"' ',,ir'1 M""r ! ' wi n- iirranccd l"'l the work nilcnil :,ui i;o i oiii-nliii; tin- bullditiK and I'.llilll,' ill!' IIHSOlilllloll hi t t"l il- h.vel tin' rumpli'ilon of plans for Hi'1 educational classes. Iiiiiini: Hi'' past f''W 'lnyH. however Hie committee on I'llmiitlon of tin V. M. '. A. IPU I " lit work on I In- li.nil proposition nii'l yesterday I' win .iiilioinnt'l that II' pinna now l.-ti.l rsiiTV. sell. iol will he opened Hi'' owninj' of October I. Tlio exact hours lit I'" devoted lo siii.ly and reel Inllon luuc nol been decided ii'n. nor have tin- teachers been employed. Th.' course "I Kin.ly lias neen ii'i'M" cd however. a:ul I In- olli"r details will In- arranged. Tin- association will male no inonev out of l In school which will li" operated for Hi" bene I'm nl Hi" youm; people who liavi! lo v.orl; di.iinu: lb" day. Behrma'i's Statement. Ve.lcrday Secretary II. C. Nelir man of the V. M. ('. A., Kiivo mil III" following statement on III" school ipe-ilion: If nrraiiKi'innlM ci:i I'" eotnplelod, II, ' iilu. ii'ioiiiil ceininitloo of III" Y. M. A. purpose slut inK nielli class r!' in III'? class rooms In Hi" build hiK, iK'KlnaiiiK Tuesday, October 41 h in which will lie (alien np 111" slmly or arithmetic. Kr::tiimar, spi'lllim, composition ami readitiK. 'I'hc course of slmly will cover a IH'vin.l of six months, of Iwo lorm:-' nl tbwf iiiuiiilis each. liioltp.; of ihreo slilill'ii. each lo 1" re'ected ty Hi" ulildeiil. Tuition $1 per icrin, for th" i,rronp "f Hire i-.i in", en. Ail'litiomil sluilii's $l.nn P"i cadi terns. A class In any olTcr"i' :iu,y will lie slarlcl as mum as live i l nl.'iiis apply lor il. No rcKiihn shulonl in tal;e less Hutu Hircc ."I IlllicS. Then", classes will no' lie n-slricl .'i ,.i iiieiiiheis of llie association, lull will lie "pen lo any liny or yoiin:' l;:an in the city. Any one 10 year: ii1. I nl- live:- will lie eligible. Special courses ill biioll;cepiti'.: i;ieii.if;iapliy ami oilier studies will lie :rnui';.'il I'm upon demand. I'ar lies ilesiriM'j; lo enler should notify III" n:'iieral secielary, Mr. II. (!. Iti'lirni:: 1. a! ence. The assoelalinn will make tioi liini; 1 1 . , , 1 1 il:,. iiiitiim lees, which will he applied In seiurint; leathers the do in,, nl ih us.iocial l.m heiiiK l ninUe :m iipportiinily for w.irUini; Imys 1,1 1,. cure help al'iins this line al a mini leal co.t No Stomach Troublo Atli'i lliri-i' ,luvs if .nii writ- In OriiUi' Formnln 'lli,unv. I 'liirlli'". I'r Ir.'i' ln.lll.' il lllalir'.i I'alilu'lUi Wine. Sliil'sCiilistualHili In inlie. 1 .1 oooooooooooooo 0 THE 1 First National Bank o, Beaumont Capital Stock Surplus Fund Undivided Profits W. 5. Davidson, Presidrnt L. VV. P. H. MccFaddin, Vice President Fr.ink Alvcy. Cashier. W. C. Davidson. Ar.sl. Cashier. E. C. Ogden. Director. ocQooo4 rnoorr o SIXTY PERCENT III ail ii. 1 . ! if llM I TC1..I. ,1 ARTHUR leir l". LiECK JtWELRY COMPANY LEAPING tPTIC!S. j SD0 .... 1 r'r' "..). f" . , 1 .... . . ... : i-t 1. .'EC DAY ... , -i. ... . t. f P Rn. ' . 1 -,. ' ' ' .1 1 -. . ... i T...' JLLIA" ... . , T ,. LV REVCE. Pro;' -tOf. maaia ). 1 JUDGE HICHTOWER RULES WITH THE CITV. fl WARRANTO IS NEXT MOVE Official Will Co Ahead, PendinQ Hearing in tha Court at Latr O.itn. l-'or tin iiicoenl Sour l.iilu- Is In- Diet. Thai Is wl"'1 '' 'I'l'lK'' H'nli'ower mid in Kouiiuo yesterday nnd IiIh word M"' 'K. n will he rein''tnli''r''d l lint n few .lays since mi Injunction or restrain lnK order win issued h.v Jii'lK" HUilt- . ! .. . A lower "I'""" th" application acy C'lieral II.II iiinl Cmnity AH or- . l . . I . ..III... ii.-y lliiiliiilil III wnicu i in- . nj ials of Sour l.nli" wero ri'siruiii' -i from further iiciiiik in n "liiriui ca- ,i..-li v anil Hi" corpiirnlton (iiui" in an iilnupt ki ami sun- mr as served ilium 'Hv Attorney llol ami and the other ollicers. It was sd down lor heariiiK ul Koiinlzo Monday mil was post poned mil il yesterday. Iiecaiise of iho inablliiy of certain Ailnesses and olllclals lo K"t to th" county seal. Yesterday my Attorney num.-, Hon. H. ('. I lurr and others weni to Koiint.". Tin- nrjAUinontH wi.tij heard and tlio district JiiiIk" dlssolvuil tin injunction nnd set. the quo warranto proceedlnps for it later duto. This nicaiiH that Hi" city oinciais if Sour l.ako will continue lo act and Dial later on JudK" llinhiower win InveKliL'iif.. Inlo III" (llieslioil of liy wliat auihority the city olllclals an .ictiiiK. This is th" nalur" of a ipies Hon before ihe court and directed to ihc olllclalM asking Ihem where they net lhelr aiiihorliy lor actiiiK in an iflldul capacity. Thi! friends of tlio orporation d" rtlaro that the iiesllon involved is whether cerlaln of the ('ouiily ofllcials ihall III" '""s olllcy from III" icily criminal court of Sour l,al", .vhile th" county olllcials contend 1 1 luil ih" Incorporation was nol legally necled and that I lu territory laKeii in Is not al all in accordance with he election order and thai ninny peo ple nr. in Ihe city who desire most arneslly lo kci out or it. l-'or tin linii! Ih'Iiik til:' will rest and the city court. ialie loHollier with all tin he municipal Mnelions will iiusincKH as t:sual. ipiesl ion of Sou i rest of transact Ni-wton Notes. Newton, Tex., Sept. 7. The lax oils or Newton county ror l'.llll have cen conipleled by Asseiisor Kagun and approved by the Commissioner' ourl. The tii'tnl values nnioiliil to $;:,8S!,l!t!i, which Is about ir.O.nnu e I Mull I ne values of l!Mi;i. 1)1 this amount $2,:M4.SftS Is on the noii sidenl roll. This is accounted for v til" fact i . : a I I lie large pi:ie forests re owned by non-resideiiis and I his , the m M v.iluabK prcp'ity in lh" iiinty. .Mr. .1. I.. Mille- ol' Worlliam. Te: a '. i : here I10I...11U a Masonic scl : ol inui 1 in. I Inn willi kainbmv lodue No. I 7.'i."(. The alleluia. lee is good an I Ih" members of ihe lo.idge are taking c.ieal lull-rest in Hie secret wo k of (lie order, lie closed a school at llui'keville last Saturday lie will. ...Hilii less spi ml several weeks in this na I 01' the stale Hi'l to Sn'ak I" Indiana. New York. Sept. IN'.-lUviil II. v. i I speak in Indiana .!. 17. I'.i. the places to be designated ly and I tl-' li:in-r:it it- i tal citiiiiii tlee oooooooooooooo $200,000 100.000 $71,000 M. Hcbrrt. Second sst. Cashier. Wiess. Director. -no. N. Gilbert. Director. ron R. Levy, Director. lohn C. Ward, Director. oooooooooor'-' " I III'. Ill I'll ,. t. , IS ;.., fly L. FINN S17 A 1 T H i.'ris MIT rOM f VO rr weeh ENCOURAGING REPORTS REGARD ING INTEREST IN GOOD ROADS CONVENTION. COMMITTEE NAMED BTf MAYOR i i State Senator Gricjg lsue Call for Covrntion of International In- i provement A'.soci.ition in Beaumont. S'crelary 1). Wi.r.dln -ml or llm Cham In r or Cininerci' n tu ned last even iiiK fro. il Il..tisl..ii, where he went u work up luieiesi In the wood roads (i.nvelllioll lo I.I' Ill-Ill II"-" next liinlllll ami to cimrer witli Slate Senalor jdi iKKS n nurdinK I lie lorninllon of a I Texas Internal Improvi inenl Associ lala.n. Ih" initial ineelini; or which 'Seiial i' Urines wishes t" hold In i" In 1 . . .1 1.11, ft If ill w HI. I ln -in id minis uieel- UK. Mr. WiMidhead was suci'i'ssliil in l.oth m'ssioiiH. "I found u Krent deal .d Intercut In Houston i-i'ifa dliiK the nooil roads convi til Ion lo he li"M here," t-nld M - . W'onilh -ad III conversation Willi an l-'.iiierprisi' reporter. "I was sur prised to liml the people there H.iow so much iihoul our nio'vement he e, mi We have not Hpeclally advertised II . xpressly us yet. The county olllcials. However, nro walchliit; ileveloptnents here with Interest and have promised 1. 1 he on Imnd. ' Jii'Ik'' Vastni". who :is county JiidKe over there nnd su pi rinlendeil the expenditure or i!UU, nun, will h" here, as will Judt,'.! l)il-l'r.-e, 111" present. Jurist. Improvenent Association. "HeKardiiiK the ititerna.: Imiirovo meiit ussociul ion," resiiined Mr. Wood head, "I saw Senator (i itftts nnd ho says ho expects to have a i;ood ineet inn here. Yesterday he issued a call lor his convention, which I anlieipnt", ns h" docs, will ho n hit,' riiccims. His ol.jccl In orminiz hk the ussocia- I M lit IS HI niluse lllLVTit-n.. in il'.. ai- i-- iiienl to the state c:iiist inil ion which will come to a vote at the polls this full. This amendment gives author- illes to counties to bond th"nisilve3 ; , ,, , .i i .....i.. a I'l llll II CIIIIUIH, ililllin illiu iim.i.-i. ..I .' .... i, ii... .,,1, ,ni T,,ti i.r th,, ii mi. nil iii. 'in ii is Mr. Crigg's hope that all the conn the now authorilv tf develop themselves as; .' , ,nch as possible." p"1 cli" 8""" lllenl. owlnS to Another reason lor Mr. Worwlhcad'n the failure of the laws of Switzerland trip to I louslon was a desire lo a - to interfere with political refugees, range fur suitable railroad rates ' i ail(, tlt n-roro the UKussian terrorists I'i auniont for tlio Iwo convent ions. , ... lie Kaw the rail.vav otlicals y"slc day, ";-' lH-'ity. ""ir Huvci in the . ..... .. ,...ii.. 'Alps, to coi:t iiue the work oi assas- cini si cuii-ii i..en in .mc mm .i .-.i,i.-- . I'i'clDrv rale. This will be one fare sinalion or Kussian ministers so long plus ten per cent for Hi" ound trip as t..ey are able to find emissuries Id, ir'ii!; Ih' days of the convent ions, j willing to risk their lives, tile organ A rati r one and ove hall cents n ' izers never ve. miring to carry out m'le will be made passengi rs I avel- . their own designs. Six men, who en in;' en .-iiie particular train to and gineered I... von I'lehve plot, accord- oin lleaumont. C;tv Dcleoatc;. Mr. Woiidhiad a'.so saw :n I louslon I louston .;.s Mi-is ' 1 pi'esclil.'il IM's 01 'II" i.usiucs m- i s : League and 111" Auto Cluh. Hnlh of ! 1 In ,:r organizations will send dele j ).:il -.s. Yesterday tl-.e mayor of Ileus- Mi n, whom Mr. Wooilhead also saw, 1 ap:oinled debgalin In attend as rep , t-, Ki iilalive.s of Ihe citv ol' llouslon. These deb gales .1 c Cilv Knginecr I' .' .1. n.irinanl. II. T. I ). Wilson. .1. .1. l asl'iiiza. Wb;nt hi Hates, Chester K. Pryaa and ( Pi'lo'. Call fr Cinvntion. 'l-l... ...I I l'.,i II,,, i,iiv..iir.ni of Ihe I ri p ised Internal Improve netlt as social ii n. issued yesterday by Stale Si nat.ir Criggs is as follows: To the Peimle of Texas: Vl March tub. at Houston the " was .-: stale ci nvnii in held in th" interest ii llie iroiosei const .lulonal ame'i.l iiienl pr"v;ding means Ut- giMid roads, i. 1 in.itiui and drainage, and th" pre M illion i f i .ertlows in ihe river val b ys of tin- slate. A second conen lion was In Id in Waco. Texas. April I 'ih aid I :ib. in conjunct ton wiih Hi,- Stale le'iid Koads Association. 1 mi- 1 u.i i hi 1 nt iis working Inn 111.1 i.iii-dv to -., ih. r. "n Kail T.-as convintinn or this r... :,l 1, . uilt In. Il. l.l ill lllll lllllet ii'll v. .1 n 1.1,. stin.-; 1 li.iads vni I i 11. ill I!' IHIIIIiilll, on Itctl l r l.uh llih and t 'i'. I C.;iiiit ln.h-es and I 'iniiniissiiiiiers. M.n.H- . f Ciii. s. P11I ii-he s of li ly ii'i.l Wi 1 pallet's, and ib buales (nil iiiniiei.il oiuaiii It i.'iis sue Pi 1. t, nrm ,1 10 ifft inL or t app" nt .!. I, j:i-i ii. ml, .1,1 s:d "liv. ntii.n. i;. ie. !r!,. r ih.it the .ite iiMin this aim 11. 1'ii. nl will . fl.-cl Hie M lil'nu lit I I . a- iin.'ti the iifM inn 'l puliiic in - 111,1 II In in an in ;. lo-. . 1 t,i itie iiii'nie Vil!. .. .il..i .ti i.f thi- am. 11. Iiie in .... . .. j.. -'. r I v .f all T.Aii S, 1 1 I I . f .'. I. L'llt- - t" l W.i-I ' . ri 1 . 1, 1 in IVanni.T' ItialnlM r .'I 1 . , . I'.. nii".ii. Ti':i ( 1 1 iV fir W MM. ) -' i-. s-- W.-o-ii T'rrt.' i i;im it i;ti:i;. M.r. 1 in nnaii. IIimi-i 4i. T 1 LOD TODAY. C-rci P-ir i.e. W'lt Be Tjken f-cn Tr. Tlin Mprn nn. ; ! . t j.-.. 1 r.iM-i- ";i 1 , - , i .t. '.i-. tn-'i f- ' ' ., ..- . 1 I..- :!-. 1- 4 ' .... .... -w. I -11 1 ' I I. . 1 . , .- . . . , j. ! ' fe-' ' 'H ' ' If 1 'A MAGNOLIA PARK Thursday Night FINE MUSIC and DANCING In Mr. .Inmi'H Keith's private ynclii. the John Wlliur. Mr. Ilturison Is the eiiKinier In charge "f il"' wo U hen. All prelimlnMiy details lor l he loud l,u 'Mini; I:iivii heen airaiU'd nnd to u:o row work will slart In i iiniesl. It h expected the r'-'ld will h" 'Oulpleteil la about three weeks. THE HATCHING OF PLEHVE PLOT MURDER OF THE RUSSIAN MINIS TER WAS GERMINATtD IN CENEVA. SWISS LAWS ARE A PROTECTION Developments Discover the Fact That Four Attempts Had Previously Been Made to Assassinate the Official. St. Petersburg. Sept. 27. 1:45 a. m. While Homo of the features of I ho idol, ivhich culminaied in the assassln- I at ion of Von Plehve, the minister of j i the interior still hal'lle the police, the authorities profess to be now perfectly .,...,.. (hllt ti. nm,,,!,,, WIlil . .. . . , i hatched in (ieneva by half a dozen ti i .1.. t mi... jviiKsiuiis. uiuau.y juhk, i iiu auiiiui- i tt.s know the names and addresses ' , ,,, ,,, ,,.,, ,,,,, ,,, ...i, M"g " tne resun oi inc itiis.sian ponce investigation, are declared beyond ult, 1,1,111' ,l -i iloiilir l.i li'ivu iii-triiniyiwl '. , ; , .. , ,.:,. ,u .....i, ,i, ,.Xcpl ion ol the. murder or M. .Moilri jkolY, the governor general of Finland, , which began wit h the assassination on May IH. I'.m:!, and ended with Ilio 1 blowing up of .Minister Von l-lehve. pochuniu, whose plot resulted in the assassination of the minister of the interior, Sipiaguine, on April In, 1IHI2, now turns 0111 lo have been only an emissary of these Geneva terrorists. For the first time the tact is now revealed that M. Plahve's murder has ben preceded by four nt tempts to en compass his death, which the depart ment of political police frustrated in the nili of i 1 mo by the arrest ol those who mad" the attempt, who were iili eioly imprisoned. For Sale at a Bargain, 40 head of young mules. 1 1 road wagons. 3 log wagons. Will sell all or part. Just to suit the pur.-haser. Tlio mules and wagons ran bo seen nt Florleii. l.a. Address W. M. TF.N'MII.I.I. Rni 141. Iesvllln. S 2J-1-M C. World's Fair Rates lli'uinni ig ('i-IiiImt t--t. an.) coin inn Wurbl s Fair. 111 until tin- end of 'he low rate m nrvmn tickets to St. l'Ui K III ! in sale . ;e h K. trii'ii Tne dav and S.iiurdav i f The int.- loa atmiil .lavs' limit, and coach I I a 1 111 n II, . . .ich i in 1 h .IV Tn I.-! Ps otiiy. Ask The TicKel Agent rr r ?e t9 f. W. liBfiumt, U P. and T. A. 51 Lew s, Va. . j 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. T) 10 TH , 1 , it is necessary to use a medium for your ADVERTISING that reaches ail of the' people all of the time; not only in the city but in all the sur rounding country. 'he W does not anywhere claim TO BE A CHEAP MEDIUM but it does claim, and can show the evi dence at any time that it covers the field and is fully entitled to the.higher rate. Try it and the result will more than satisfy you. The Enterprise Wishes to Distinctly Assert it Has No But it has more subscribers in South East Texas and Louisiana than any paper in the state of Texas can boast of. If you are an advertiser and wish to reach the people of this section phone the advertising man and if he does not con vince you, don't advertise. Both Phones 93 TO , ' 1 i raimfl LSI its P epeir Van Renssellaer Hotel I? 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