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THE BEAUMONT ENTERPRISE, TUESDAY OCTOBER 4, 1904.
MUNICIPAL MATTERS NEWS OF HIE COURTS SCHOOL BOARD MEET ItiM'lltilun Helet-lioll 'Addns Ilurkeuroil Tin dunce hihI elbo Kii'table rt-frtb-. iihiii (olbiweit Hit abovv. THE ENTERPRISE JOB PRINTING OFFICE TRANSACTED A BIO BUSINESS, BATCH OF y. H. C. A. OPENS CITY COUNCIL MEETS LAR 8ESv.. Tb IN REGU- it , :1 I INJUNCTION AGAINST CUFFCY AND OTHERS. llif SIffll CHILD CASE OS A Pathetic 3ern- '.i the Court Room Busy Time at All tht Court Yesterday. Tim roiirtH were all l't ycidcnUy Ulld III Mildllhlll Hi Hl.ll M-Vflul llUKill inn biiMHtru llhd, wiu Im-Iiik an ,,! Jltllct Illll. Tii.i in liini'l inn iih hiyk-il !'. O'llyrm. vh. Harry Wriiihi ! "I Units IhKiKil u ru draining order uihiii the hmU'nk of i:uti boutl prolilhliliirf Hi" ilciimhinlH, liichulinu the ;nfTt.y Co. Irom IhM.h in,, nf inn mill inn luilf I'cr Ilia, oil Hint Ih IM-Iim produced ill Ital m..., rn.ni ui llx llrlimii Number an f.. Tin iictlllon ull K H 1 1"" l" I'l"" HP Ih .milled Hi thill iroMirioll tl.it iiroilm IIiiii mill Unit Hoim ir.wi bur rein or iniiri HUH ninitiiy miun-u Ill Ills credit libinc I"" 1,1,1 '" ,H V" ..I.I.. In ... I I 111 VIlllIC Of Willi". Till ... .llllll ill! Illll L'l'U claimed Ih SiiiH wllli Interest. ' , nilii r hiiIih llli il nn iih folluvH IMiiih SiiiiiIi th iikiiIiihI Mcllimbi Sim km, mill fur divorce. Ii.hll II .IlllliHHI IIUIlillKt llllrfll u-i.i.i ..nil ulii. mill It. V. Axlilcy. Till Ii mill muni lirOllllHHOry IHllO Wl ...... i. ilf.n lii I hi mini of STiiU. ()- Him nlli. ulnir Unit Atdih y bun Klve Kent imliH amtremitlin? im Ml"1 they liavo lii'i'ii eiidorneii over i" " . iiiinilff i.v ilrfi'iiiliinl. Kent. I hi' Involved nt !l. Hi. 21 mi'l 'i'i I" Iho Aver III iiililltlon to tin lly f Jli'aiiiiKUit. Annll, WIlltllllL' (1 III VH. dlll'loll MiirHlmll i t ill Ih ii Hiilt fur iiarlltlon ..i'.. ..imr iiiiii iliev nri Joint owner" i.. in in i.iivii i',:i of (lie cliy of hi i.ii . . ... - I ..nil mull t I'eden Iron mill Steel eonipiiiiy flleil i..,,. ....rniuiinu.nl after liidumctit hiiUh i .ii. " - . hualiiKl fiiilf Nnllmiai 1 tit n l ami No ..Iw.m liiin WurkH. Tin netilloim rep rinent that on .lime 7. I'.m-I. plalnlin luilL'iiieiit 111 Hie tlislr.ct Inui M. K Fletcher ami A A. Snell for tho Hunt of $SX7.2r., wlilcli . . ......nl.l 'I'lllll ia iiimr uinrn iiiiii nun milium tin irnriilHlimelll iirocoedlllKS l.riiiiirlil uuiiliisl tin rti'feiiilnntH to III Inch whatever hiiiiih of money may h( In their ihwhchhIoii to the credit of tin defendants. i ...-!,,. i.u the iiiohI Interest Iiik mm I...I.,.... I li. mit'lu ve sionhiv wjh (but i.f O. n. Htn.ilcy nifaiiiHt .lonephlm uinnlev e nl. formerly n unit, for dl voree hut now upon irlal to deleiiiilm i... nuwii nn nr n HWeer nine m ,,... i,i .riri Hoi h iilaliitiff ami ih i. i wp iii tin- court room ami ii niimher of wIIiichhoh were on ham and under the rule In the next room Ti.,. fueiH in this cane were fully pull HkIw.,1 In Hie Knleiiirl.se a few days l ill nt n uns cinled for trial .venter .in v iirinriiiion. 1 lot h nlaintllT anil de fendat are youiiK people eolisldernlily ntnii.i. ihlrlv venrn and tlu I'hilil was neat lv dreHsed ami H'lit up a eontlnu oiih childish bnhhle Hint could not have other than attracted synipiithy mill attention. Tile cliarKes and conn tet chaWM In the pi-t It Ion and answer nr Hcrlous ill nature and to an mi accustomed spectator In the court r.,.im iiw. evlilence causes chills til creen down one's body. It Is the story of a blighted life wltlra younger one cninlni! on. Innocent, pure ami sweet, anil each fond parent desiriiiR its cus tony and keepinn, lielievini? honeslly h is Hie nette.- Ilted to rear the little one. The case was not liiilshed lust iilKhl. County Court Suit'. Several units were tiled in the coun ty court this afternoon. (iermaii American Oil company brought suit against W. 1. Howies for ilamam's in the sum of J-00 anil for seiiiiestialion of certain oil won machinery located a Spindle Tup. Judgment for tin' nniount. of said dam.mes willi interes anil costs is prayed, together " writ of kciir'sI: in inii. Julius ('. Weiff & Co. of New Oi lcans tlleii suit in county court iorainst t.ie Texas i New Orleans Itailroad compHiiy for dainanes in the kihii I'.o, Hie cause of action beinj; de lay in hhippiiiK px'ds. .lobii S. Wyuii liled a Riirnislimeiii lifter Judgment suit UKainst T. W. . ..eppi rd and M. W. lowery. TUn pu tition represent that the nariiishmeni Is to Miti.sfy a county court jiidumenl nl taim d by plaintiff against l ron'ii k nicn. .lobti II. Jackson -.1 sun in the county court au'iist Perry Wiess to :.IH1. I lie pel iron reprevelllitis llllll fill valuable consideration the defend Mil CXecllleil bis pnilll'sselv Hole ill f.imr of the plaint iff tor ol l:iib only nas im-cii paid, willi the ri in.iili'l'T due and ii'ipaid. I' piaimift s ilamase In !"' mi'ii of $'" S8th District Court. Jmlce I'npe impalii'lli-d the jury f"i ll.e l. hi pari and i!1 iuiipl ihe pi in I i.iii ci' row mitrtiiim. K !)' :tli; litd! iTe ill'M'.l (Ml Hi., jury -iil !- Ib's nvrniiic lici rmw . Tims N'. Or bunk H;i:lr.m l i .inipany - pai-.l sn ur. d in pari are l-vl llellitr, I.f mi It. tjy, M M'lirer, rburleu Hoy ami tint' W. Junker. Jinl Pm iiii iIimi Hie orik-r for addnioiml mllMiii ii vi Iih illicit in fill on! iIh jury punt I oulil not lie kIvi-u iiiiiI Ii.iih. l run, iiii.i mutt alter parm-a in hi,, or i Hie of l b ciin-H set lor I rial liud uniiouiiciil lb' nisi Ives p iety ful Hal. In Criminal District Court. The Oclober lenil ," 'he, li'llb I' ll id iouiI bcifaii I his rr.oru im will. Iialm A. T. Wa t pnsbliiik and Hi' .liinliml ibMkcl wiiii tiiken up. All ol lies vvilK will be ibniii'l lo minor mutual rasen unit on .Monday iioa' Hie i-apUal ciiki h will In iu. Hie "! m.KH for wll'ch have alimdy been iiiihIk. t mmi of KUHe of Texas vs. II onM Amlruwa. chiirKcl wlih inurder in the aicuud ili Kne. was culjeil and Hn Hiate wan mil ready to proi ceil, owlim In tilt uhM-ncc ol vHll" hseM lilld u:i older whs inured piissliu "" 'a1'' mil l 2 o'clmk. UrookH Andiews Is liarKiil by IiiiIh iment wHll th l""r der of Jim Hhiup December 2". !ui2. I lolli Hie parlicH .e colored. The iiise was once Irl' d before in Ihe lihirici court and Hie defendant found jpilliy ami scan need to a lenii of Im ii!ihi.uiin hi. On appeal Ihe verdict Alls roci scd and Hu case remaniled lor a new trial. The ili fault Iiik hHHc wMliesses, Albert Morris. 1). J. Lewis and H il Perkins were each fined $2.'. In., not obeylliK Hie process of the mull. , . fuse of Aaron Jefferson. (harKcd with perjury, was next culled. Defend am was not In court nor was he n p .iKciited by counsel. All order wus cnlereil foifclllnu his recoKllililice bund i.f $.:"'l with Klmo Willaril and Joe Powell as Hurdles, while all alius ii plus was Issued for Ills u rest und .lie cast) was coal limed. Toduy In the crlmlnul district court Hie only case set for trial Is Hint or Herman Otto, chnrKcd will inurder. Dllo Is charcd with murdering n man jli u bouse bout on Ihe Necb.es river ne day In July or lust. year. Hu was duly Indicted mid convicted und sen 1 1 need to u term of Imprisonment. Ihe disc was icversed mid Oil' will l e Klven bis Ki cond trial tomorrow. Ill the ttft.ernoon the cuso ol HimoHs Andrews, nari;ed with murder, was HKiilu called, but went over until to morrow becuuse Attorney . I', lien- ('.eisoil, of counsel lor llle iieiciiuain, who wus extiected to reach the city this liioniinK, I'uileil lo get here. JudKe Walts oiKiinlzeii ihe jury lor the week us billows and then adjourn ed until tomorrow iiiornuiK ut. o'clisdi : S. A. Coon, Marl In (iallier, V. .1. Woolen, It. M. MiekicbroilKli. I', l". Clollius, (leorne lliailHer, deorsie Ar nold, Leo Nables, A. C. Trull I. C W. liiircliohl, o. lla.Kraves, .Mm In.nalls, C. Wilcox, A. (irimiii and 10. bliel- ireld. REPORT OF SOPI. TRIPLETT FIRST OF Financial Conditions of Schools Will Be Good Now Teachers Elected. Other Notes. Tho city Heboid Uonnl met yimlor lay In n-Kuliir session willi PrcHlilent ieorun Oil. Millard, .Messra iini- bell, llurnctt, Wellman. Mayer aaml Siiperliitendcnt Trlplett mid Treua urer HordiiKCH present. The minutes of the previous meet' init were read ami approveu Professor Triplet! then monthly report us follows: lleuumont. Texas. Oclober 3. To Hie Honorable Hoard of Kdiiciitlou, City of licattmont. Tim hcIuhiIh am now iIoIiik K'sid and active work, the eiirolluienl being as follows: Hlcli Schiml tti'l North Kml MO South Kml 471 Fifth District THE SEASON TAINMENTS. ENTER- THE lilNGARIANGOURT ORCHESTRA Pleases a Largs Music Loving Audi ence of the Handsome Quarters with Good Melody. A moro reflned.ciUturcil and aym phonlous audience lias never 1en 'seen In Iliuiimont than that last nlnlit read lila 'ul ""' l,r,,,,y 'Hinrtera of the V. M. C. I A biilhlliiK to hear the HuiiKarlau or chestra. Ileaiimont has music loving people In all walks In Wo and she Ik fortn nulu too In having In her midst musl clnns of rar0 talent. Tho majority 9.1 Tot ii I Colored South White North of this class intended tho excellent entertainment lust nlk'ht. It was tho first of the senson with the Y. M. C. A. and this may have , had much to do with the law at tcmliiiiee but from the large number 'of season tickets that tho Enterprlso reiiorter noticed nassliitf tlio on- tranco door iho Bttendnnco will bo larno with each attraction us It un pen rs. To say that the audience last nlpht was satisfied expresses it hut mildly. They were enraptured nt times und during the whole evening there was no sIkii oof IiiRglnK nor an expression of wearrliioss upon any face. It Is not often that a newspaper lS.'.O ..2U:i . .nuti Total Colored (iraml Total 21149 The primary rooms nre crowded, ns will be shown by tin following: Miss Land has uli. Miss KlUci'rald !7, Francis Kelso 107. Maude Splvey DC. Half day sessions prevail. Miss Fit!!-1 Kcrnld's room will bo reduced by bud weather and an early advancement oi some of tho pupils. No teacher hasl01lI1 rIlt without slnn of embarras any room to taie pupils irom ' ment, tho advance notice or sucn nn l-iiiiil. and sho does Hot feel pnysicai- 'pnimtiilniiient. vet the following 19 ly able U continue the two long half ; dinned froom tho "Kntcrtalnmont duy sessions ror a long period, i nei o is no prospect or sulllcleut remiciion in her number to keep them all in one room ho that It. will bo necessary for the hoard to solve the problem for re lief. There Is no wntei l tho south end ii:k the supply Is limited at tho uorlli end. rhe North End colored school may Course" us published here some time since. It gives some Idea of tho i fender of the orchestra and his tal ented musicians. Wo take pleasure In announcing this mngniflcent organization of gen uine Hungarian musicians. It is the best In thla country, and unexcelled unvwhero. There are many so- County Court Proceedings. The October term of the county court ronveiieed yesterday morning Willi Judge D. P. Wheat presiding. Owing lo the ftict that both Hie county attorney und Ills assistant and numer ous counsel are Interested in cases lielore Hie criminal district cou.t tills week, it was decided lo pass Hie trial oi cases on (lie criminal iiockci which were set for Hie week until next week. A jury will lie empaneled next .Mou- di.y for the trial of Hie criminal cases still pending and he believes the riminal docket can bo disposed of in ii lew (lays. '1 lie criminal uockci was i, I let for orders and until toiis orders were entered dismissing uses for want of evliicnce with which to convict by the county allorncy. ('uses which were not dismissed were paused generally uniil next week und nil the witnesses and jurors summoned I csl.erduy were instructed to report in; the county court on Monday next, ()c- tuber III. A feature of the proceed- Ipgs yesterday was the dismissing ot numerous appeal cuses irom tn orp.M-ut.lon and justice conns because wW prolmlily he Jlti.ui... mid u ar ine defective appeal bonds, ll :;eems pieseni pay ion wm n.ii Hint the appeal must be muile under ,'" year, wiiue ,.,'"- win i"""" ' new stut.ile, while the form used has cover (lie lncmeniai expenses. una lie. n under an old law which is mnviicuvcs n ui.ukiii. iuki i.fa..i...i. nvalid and inapplicable, livery case serval ively. ol j.i.im.i. in lie eciu .... ..... .1..... I.. iw,ll,l,,,r iiii.vnni.li, tn ill. VI. 1. on the crmiiiul tlockei was caned nir j - " r.l..ru nn, I ..veenl I lose llllssi i llllll .op. I Ills ileum u.u . tin.' .11. j ..v. wi.i.l.- tin. Inl'nwlii.- orders were i mended niered : soon need another teacher. The uv- oalled Hungarian orchestras and erage enrollment there Is 7.1 as against Mi In the south end. The nverage be low Hie sixth grade is lit! and below the sixth in Hie north end Is 81. The nn mini (ruining department Is now doing preliminary drawing work before installment of machinery. About. 8(1 are enrolled. MlsH Luther, the high school super numerary Is now teaching the extra high school room and I recommend the election of a regular teacher as soon ns the board is satisfied witli a candidate. In this connection I pre sent herewith the papers of J. J. Mill er. Moody. Texas. I recommend that the board pass upon the salaries of the teachers for- mill I v elected who were as iomows Mrs. H. C. Illll. colored, In place of Miss Jamison. Miss Jessie McNair, fifth and sixth north end. Miss Hessio Jacobs, second south end lower. I ulso suggest, tho propriety of glv ine names to all the school buildings, oxce.ii Hie high school, according to the custom in cities, instead of de nominating them by their geograph ial location in the city. The report was received, approved and Hied. Following this report began n gen eral discussion of the financial pros pects for ihe year of the board and the question of whether or not addi tional teachers can be employed and how many. The 11 nance committee reported that Hie income for the year ('lira I liaK.'ii i ' I ad'hn - p i--' d t-'ihj' I, j iicri-. rti. ii. Liillit a:i1 I. i. I -it;ti.-4 t f "r rj.w- r Ii' t-'i 'I J A. H- m I- ij.'f. lels.-it I - ' W P II t.. r. - t ii'. l.e K'urm ! -! I ;l'tlt r .I.H II til I,. ;Tt 1! Tom Hnbinsoii, Jim Lassorn und one Alviilo, keeping diso'dcily house, five barges; continued. Lofty Davis, theft ; alias and con tinued. Tom Par'sb. resisting an ollicer; .lis missed. Henry Lewis, alias Chicken." ind Winnie Davis, fornicul ion ; iiisimsseil. Isiiiic Wuit Illusion and Lucy Shep herd, fornication; dismissed. Judge Mi Hire (colored) einbe.le- nieiii : same order. Fi.lli r Corti .:. Ihefi ; ilismlssed. I'lorellce Hut lT. Hiefl ; same oi de, :u i.bove. Sylvester Iterg. malicious nilscbiif; same order. Holmes Cbi sshlre. keeping a d 'sur lier y house; same order. Annie 1'nonscl, tiigrancv , same order. one I'nmia. alias a.. si ine order. S'eve (ii olimiii. reining r.-inriiL' piirses; same or.b-r. ' Kriink Pii-sley. acgravati d a-.i'ib : , d.stllissed j ( Iinrue .liliii? on au.l .Mrs. miiih, i"r Hi. ii' i.;i : same nb'r. T N Milt. r. acuiavati d as-anli a't.l ' ;ilt t v : -;itlli- order Vir.itn Jubiison. M-utanc : apiM il ,1 - nn-. ,! mi niotti.n of cilv a'l'i ii. t , ii., .f iii-uflii i nt pM a1 tmnfl i M.i - S. it id-U v. a.-i'ilt : it -m ,' II Itiil.n k. inn! ii-'. "i- ini-i f .: ,i .. ,'T.l.t -..ti... It ll.iicl.t. Hi. f: r i;v "' .it., i.r-1-r ! I'1. Sii-ie Kill line, utiiit i.- .i imi'iiitl i f ,! f' I'lidto to t'l:i-li lactam-) room for the tdection of the teachers referred to ia the superintendant's re- lion. Miss Hart was accordingly elected to a position in the south end sell. sd in relieve Miss Land of a part of her work. Mr. J. J. Miller was elected to fill the vacancy in the high achool. Treasurer llonlages report gave a balance ou baud of $S2i.!H. The re port was approved, and died. The giiesiion of a water supply ciiuie U'- The hoard Is at present buying Pu'k Kami water. Mr. Har nett offered to liiinisli the schools free with distilled water from the Inecda laundry and Messrs. Mayer and Wellman were appointed to iiives liuaie iiiln the i-ost of hauling. The act i' Ii of President M'llard ami ii.rinii u,bMit Tripled in employing ,tlii. n'w teachers was approved. j I The Milatv of l lie janitors nfeivingj j f m r iiiniuli was raised to $'"' with! tlie u:iilerstaudine that they an to re- !inain on Hie :rouii.ls during vacation at h ni'ary nf $'. jier mouth. Tim salary ol W. C. Itii-veu. pnnci ral of the bich school fixed at 111". ;er month and Mis Fitgerabra alary w.i, liM-d at H n-r nioinh on at-eonnl of ihe bait ia Hi-ssion1. Tie I'narl aiprm.-d (he vsrioun ''il' and then M.l.n irn. d. bands offering their services to the public which are Hungarian only In mime, and whose Inferior perform ances have brought discredit upon the justly won fame of the genuine interpreters of the facinating Hunga rian music. The Royal Hungarian Court Orchestra is nn organization of ten of the most talented musical ar tists of their nativity, from a country noted for a class of music with its own exclusive and peculiar charm. Mr. Mattis, the conductor, is one of the most capable nrlists and tradi tional oxemplifiers of this school, and for years he was regarded the au thority in the C.ilnioro Hand on all mu sic of the Hungarian nature. Ho came to America In 1882 with his or chestra, and was the first to Introduce the facinating Hungarian music In this country, and for several months the organisation met with the great est success. The orchestra was sent back to Europe, bm Mr. Matus, hav ing: become acouainted with the lead ing directors here, such as Thomas, Damrosch and Gilnioru, decided to re main. He accepted a position as the petit clarinet soloist of Gilmore's then very famous band, where he re mained for ten years, and during that long period Mr. Gilmore displayed the following notice prominently In his advertising matter: "Mr Matus or rather Matiisur. as his own coun try (Hungary) would style him, is wilhout exception the most wonderful K-flat. clarinet player that ever han dled this obstinate mite of an instru ment. Mr. (iilmore has a standing offer $'1.01111 ugninst. $nfl that there is no other performer his equal; and this seems to be the opinion of the en lire profession." Afier P. S. Gilmore's death Mr. Ma ins returned to lliidapest, Hungary, j and upon his arrival there was ten dered Ihe conductorship of ihe Hoyal Court Orchestra, which position ho has so creditably III led ever since. Mr. Matus Is also a very fine com poser and arranger, some or the very best of Hungarian music being from his gifted pen. He is h very talented conductor aaml violinist, and the mu sic fur:iishei by himself and orches tra will prove a revelation of Ihe very lines! and most interesting character even to the most conservative of ad mirers of Hie classic. livery stand ard number is rendered with tradi lional precision, und a finesse and ar tist ie effect mar elously facinating. There Is iiothini; like this orchestra in America, and Holding of (be kind surpassing it in all Luropc. ll af fords an entertainment very unique, pleasing and Instructive. The program rendered list night was as fo'lows with eachores fre quent and enthusiastic: I. Overture. William Tell. . . .llossinl I. ("ynihatom Solo. . . .I.acy IMirorji Selection from P Tf (tore. . . . Verdi 4. Duett for rein Cvnihalom IH MONTHlVBIJSIESS IS l!f Corporation Court Had Many Ce Up For Dupotition Wd Cutting Undor Discussion, The city council meets this inornlnij hi leu o'clock. Th'a U the first nice' Inn of Hid month and the business for mo past month will require a greul deal or uttcnllon. It Is hardly be ..vfcti however that Iho hchiuoii win inn more Hihii touay as mere Is uo h lug of greut InipoManco on hand. It Is imishIiiIo thai the Southern i aclllc n.ay have a ..a" on Its amis about franchise granted wnno Hme since n. .owing them their additional main line track. Somo rltixens aro con'end lug .the franchise has not been r.nili.fl nl mill .Mill It ulllllllil III. f I IT felted. There w. bo no lliscnsslon of ! o charier until tho charter romni't tee Is ready to repo t. All of the nmernien ely be on hand. the corpowlon court yesterday wnsl somewhat d.ucrcnt from Hi" usual Monday morning courts. There were but four cases on hand. The balance o: the time was consumed in old cases. Mr. W. I. II, McKa.blln was up for failure to cut weeds on certain tyoporty he owns. It developed that he had not been served with the le gal notice and he was dismissed. He asked permission -to speak but the Judge Informed him' that there was routing before the court In which he was Interested,' Tho plumbers were up again but Mr. (irubbs, represented by his attorney, Mr. Lowry, asked for a continuance on i..e ground of having been notified only the night before. Ho had a Hg ttr this continuance i. .ougli Mayor Laugh am and other wit nesses present objected until they discovered that his request was legal, 'i no cases went over until Thursday morning. A negro named W.n Brown was fined $10 and costs for abusing Ills wife from whom he Is now separated nnd for disturbing tho pence. He went oi the street force. A Mexican wo man, who has been n frentiente.' of court, was fined for being drunk. ..ue claimed she could not speak En glish but she had been in the court li. times when she could so the Judge lined her $11.5(1 without further ado. i wo young white men were in court cniirged with Agin. ng. One of them was fined and costs nnd the other discharged because Hie latter was in x own place of business. The man wno was fined seeme.i to be under the Impression that he himself was rather more to blame. Dr. Gibson, who was present in the court "yesterday morning, savs that there will be general prosecutions for cutting weeds where citizens make complaints. Of course it is growing lute in the year but cutting them ntAv will prevent a ranker growth next year. An investigation will show that weeds have been cut In many places through the city and that 'he people who are doing the most of the com plaining have not investigated the matter. 1 IS NOW OPEN and Fully prepared to do any all Kinds of Job Work. and Lowest rates and the best worH guaranteed. Both Phones 93 Phone us and we'll do the rest. E. F. McCOMAS, Manager. 1IMM 11 11 1 111M I e" iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiir SOUR LAKE BUDGET. Hungarian r"antie .. IVM Clarinet S!u Ciifini!,ed Symphony. 11 Cinque, .ati'i' March. Kinale . . .Mat tiK ...Mat UK . . Siilwrt . . I-ancor . . Mat'ig Happenings and Items cf Interest from that Oil Kield. Special to Enterprise. Sour Lake, Oct. The depot of the Sour Lake and Beaumont road is pro gressing nicely now and will be ready to move into within a few days. It was promised some six weeks ago, but in Hi's case at least the company is not a, fault, the tlelay being occas limed by the people who furnished the lumber. However, the contractors re port that tne last car is on the track and the work is being, pushed with the gieatest possible speed. A la"ge delegation of our people arc la Kountz attending the injiiuct'on trial. Many who had talked against the corporation as soon as this action was brought turned completely over ami are up In arms in favor of the town. If the injunction should I e sustained nnolber elect'on will be held jtit-1 as soon as it can be ordered. Sour Lake is again on the up grade. Ihe business men are all doing well nnd most of them report a gradual imp 'ovemcnt. It Is not often that a fubt can be turned Llio an advertisement, but we bad one that speaks well for the town. II was between Iwn young men. They were disrtisMiic wages, work and Undred topics when one ac-cm-cd the oilier f having worked for C r.il iM,r Hm- Hi. ileltiiil it Thi'V qiiBrrelcd and fouchi. It does seem that it is a good lo i when a man will fiubl to prove he never worked for as little as $2.50 per day.. LIGHTING AND POWER ICjC AND COLD STORAGE Rates Furnished on Application. All Orders Receive Prompt Attention Main Ofice 380 and 382 TeVis St. W. C. TYRRELL, Pres. and Mgr A. M. M'FADDIM, Vlee-Prea. E. C. TAYLOR, Secy. B. R. N0RVE1A, Treasurer. W. C. TYRRELL, Jr., Asst. Secy, and Treasurer. Heywood Oil Co. PRODUCERS and SHIPPERS OF CRUDE OIL OF BEAUMONT AND SOUR LAKE, TEXAS. Complete Equipment and all Facilities for quick deliveries, OFFICE: Kyle Opera House Bld'g. References Any of the Beaumont BanKs. DOQO0O00OOOO0 eoK300C00W30o , - i i i ii i i 1 IWUliLDS FAIR ROUTE ST. LOUIS f HROUGH SLEEPERS Santa Fe and larvey Dining Halls. Stopover at .ureka Springs. W. A. TULEY, Gen eiai Passenger Agt., Fort Worth, Tax. r Clerks Special Meeting. ii.p retail clerks i.. bold a special I. O. B. B. LAST NIGHT. Popular Jr,sh Organization G'vrs Mui cjif and Dance. I 11 . l i-i ipl-' i threw open .1 atiM tj'ti-ii ii .l.i.im lt -4 ! Tiitii-r'.w t)i, , . n n I it 't J..hn . M i I i. ! j. i, n?iifi e JtTHt Pil ie m ir m Id r.-ii- 1 1 I l i it i. 'ii .,:.i.i, in !i V'r Ml-t.t II. :. d iiti'l tiM".r S ! I'i- Mo;-rM : pa , mi l ib f. .l.CIH ,:i--, .1 i- t' .1 t' I lb' tl l 1 . a til .f I'M : i'l'i Kll.l Jl'iJ i lint- ,t... ill.C nrLaiii a (bat d The f ill.. itu; tiin Mill to colli. .1 Oi t..U r ! rr.t.- M.ete. liMm-- mivi inl.i r 1 1 T: Q'l.-irti tl". I kt m'i r ( it: ;.jit i . .Lin ia' v 1 1 tho lit of attrae- :t ine tin- int r: .ir John It lv l r W!i y.tn Ma'o n. it line in ijicie Hall. TiH sday nit;hl pi fc:3 i'rliH-k and all retail ibrku In fvi-ry line rf tninim-sn. are 'Mial- I invited In N- iire nt and hear ;-n .al ti:anrT Ilmrr M. Walker f the Anerican fitliTat un of IjiIht v bo i!l add i-fn the ni-t 'ic niti I ,a r of v.tal ino p-t tn a'l I !.. ! -4 - r- -Tl. Tpion M:arr Cotirf ri Hu ll:' r i;..ii' in . i . ti 1 -iij 1 ; t ? i r fc Ko'u A will h Tie ju ) t'rt !. k iii lb ii'urt Wh.le at c-.fn.n3 T---'.-,-v Wednesday ffiti. Oao'r- hh "d rt- 8 r. m. to 10 n. m kr r irp f t te Jnrt.t rrf'Vh",mt rron t"ri will tn cfearor of t-e oin's Htm M scon &ocrty c-f t' e First Metnod St Church. 1 ii . : .. ' ... .. In e. I.. i - . f . . IT I". M -I t a IVlT'H .. f H- In I!--i r a r. : ;..i.t-t. n . I'r i. i'i ri'l 1, a Tr ;' t I . . f-'l 1 I I r. 'f... M-'i : ;!:!. -1 l :.'!ik!in t'ivciy. I -"!! X' ' '' " ' ' V- T;i'iiT lyi-vtr. l-' ' .e fMOl :'r. t " t.Vn ".iai-r.r. HinT 'tp Milter' MitkM. T.t j,nn f.i.-,. fur price, r-n r'! 1 ;n ' of f--Mi sr,l s' tin nt . fr.to-v c . inii. l ! '.!' and frnit. ',. , 1 t "n'n''.c thu1' z "l i'i ai " .-." a !''';.!?' "f t""Tt.t" ' 'in r; Try ti. and i'l d i the rt. Tr W"i's Hj" V'C'$9r'rt)r 11 re rr'ef 1 "ft at th eren'"g lr. C.:..'a 1 Rnt"! DcwUtr D- Cpodt . Vhi'e t tt openmg Tuesday and Wednesday even.rg. October tn ns EPi. p. m. to "0 p. m be sure to soft te Jaoaes1 rrrrs"T-t rm i-iti w l b in cS'O of t- Wti'i Hwn V Sk fit cf t e Firrt V-tnd -t ru-tk. Pc"t,iyi Dfu'.te D-y Coodt Co. tulstr.ie ijr TLe Ii.lt -yr. You can't afford to miss the great World's Fair The greatest show ever held, an education within itself; equal to a journey 'round the world. Why not fjo now this month Kates are very low, accomodations are easily had at reasonable prices. If you are in doubt about the cost of a visit you can purchase a complete round trip includ.ng railroad ticket, hotel accomodations with meals, admissions to the Fair and all necessary expense for any number of days at a certain fixed price, with arrangements all made in advance. Write us about this at or.ce-to-day. The Cotton Belt Route operates Through Daily Trains to St. Louis nr I t 11, 11.1131 .1 Wtt Jl . 1 i4 fV.J'f rr. Inwlir. i r..i i.j i . r. W. LiBEAUME, C.P.T.A. f". T Mi or ,I oul.n t-'t Vss Ti Afrnt