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THE BEAUMONT ENTERPRISE. TUESDAY OCTOBER 4, 1904.
RACE TRACK Srand CRESOLIN WON THE STEEPLE CHASE .HANDICAPS .AT KANSAS CITY. BROKE RLCORD AI MORRIS PARK S$drla Won the Fillet Half of the jjfiMtH Matron Stafcet'Worth $13,. ' 2 15 Broke .World's .Record for Six Furlongs. Upening , v ;a 'W:vi r K AVi j iM :Ji .olinnn linlldlcni) WHS tllO 1 n ni" . ........ ... .- ( feature of today's cnnl. Croolln, fa vorite, went, to iho front nrnl won on the. lilt. First race.' alx furlongs VnntiPRR vim Woods ni'n-y second, Kebo third. IMiii.i I'll! Second race. C 12 furlongs I-crlda L.n.iu ui.riinil Tyrolean tlilril. Third race. 4 1-2 furlongs Tnxer mi.ii loiinliu? Loaves second, Togo (i.;.. l -I'll,,,, r.7 1.1. Fourth rapp. miln nomlmrdior won, I'M It'll I second, Ilragg third. ri'i.iw. 1 .1:1 !.' ririii I'iifi' Siponlpplmsp. short emirtui Cl'eolin WOll. Spring Water pecond. Kvnndor third. Time 2:47 1-2. lie Fair ladv Anna wiin. lien He'vwooil second. Illiimlnnto tlijnl. Timo 1:45 1-4. i'j . T ' " i--' " : ' , ! At Morris Park. &w York Oct,. S.-TvU-vD. -Duryca's '' '. . ... J A . 1 - .. . t. Sandrln, wlin iu-i pernios up, won H11J..V i.,.ir nf the sixth Matron "Stakes. wm-iii ii:i.24S. t,Morris 1'aik today. In doing so. she made a new world's record jor six furlongs straightaway i, ,,nr iltuiniipe in 1:08 1-4. Tim limit .. m-ovious timo being ..... r- 1 1:8 3-4.1 At St. Louis. St. Louis, Opt. S.Ttirramlo. King's fhMi-niH. Arietta and Miss Dovle were .i. . .u.,.!niT t'n vni'itps todav on a III wnim", ' heavy track. First race, six furlongs Tnrrando won Madoc' second. Sam Stevens thini. Time 1:20. Second race, seven furlongs Tan gilile won, Tom Manklns second, Re giha third. Timo 1:34. Third race, six furlong3 King s Charm won, Aline second. Glendon third. Time 1:18 3-4. Fourth race, five furlongs Arlena won,'' Comodore second, Violin third. Mirth race mile and seventy yards Miss Doyle won, Extol second, 'Pni.v Tnsn third. Time 1:52 1-4. : Sixth race, six furlongs Jake Oreenlierg won. King Rose second. Miss Manners third. Time 1:18 1-4. Bedouin an added starter, ana minted 20 to 1, won the colt's half of sixth Matron staues worm am, lteilouin.. ran. the. sIx furlongs the last time of 1:09. ntrieli rnrrvinir 93 nounds. in the Jerome handicap, broke the world's record for one mile and five-sixteenths over the hill by running the distance in 2:13. The old mark was 2:14 1-4. First race, last seven furlongs of the Withers mile Liberia won, Raw hide second, Buckley A. third. Time 3:27 3-5. Second 1'ace, the sixth Matron for gelding Eclipse course, Bedouin won, (Morilier second Dandelion "third, third. Time 1:09. Tliinl race, sixth Matron for nines the 725. in ideal resting the ladies during tholr shopping tour Tuesday and Wednes day It's an arrangement which will ! groat deal to the many other 'jieau- featurcs sa prominent at our oyen and while adding to your n! ms- will also give you an opportunity good cause tho Home ;on Society. (ft Uucsdat and Wednesday, 4 and S formal Steception Zrom S to 10 p. i m fTiww i . w ii ii t is .a I Hi I Aitt JTii.-"! ,W 1 1 II f I . I 'LI I V iv "W J -1 TT H I I 1 H IT i . J jietreshments in v if.. IT I I Huriiipj hoi h thiyn of -the oponlnj? a . ... . .... u nnd nt mo uvcning jtpccpuim u! I VIMlliIII S JKIHll 1JIIIJU CMV.lViy i jl.:.'. !ine I'irst .Meinoiiist i;nurcn win sei vu refreshments in the balcony. Tea Punch nnd Sandwiches, Ice 'Cream I and Cake. 19 iffl This will bo an il place for 5 n ica in nn m I M '.') as-Msi a 1 1 .Mi.s;-.;on Society. f CSloii are cordially requested to favor us With your company, to view the iJ bounteous display of Slew Jail Merchandise which we have been collecting for the past four months from all the leading fashion centers. Dto Snvitations have been sent out, so consider this as a personal in vitation from each member of the firm as well as from every employee of this store just as if it was brought to you personally, tyou arc urged to be hereearnestly, heartily, sincerely, for we promise to mahe it very enter taining for you. friends Sxpected Slew friends Snvited Srand Concert During , the Reception ' from 8:00 to 10:00 p. m. of Both Days, the Kylo Theater Orcheotra Will . Render the Following Program: 1 March 'Tolly Prim" Hoary 2 Wall.es "('.olden Sunset" John T. Ha'l 3. Interme..o "Mrs. Sippl" KlHSiCK i. l-ct!oii "Tho Prlnco of I'il t n LmlTS r,. March "Semlnola". ..Van Als'yno 0. Indian Dance "Navaja" Van Ay sly no 7 .Wall.es "OompsoHla Mali! S. Selection "King Dodo"... Ltl lei's 9 Intfrimwwi "Kamara" , Vivian Cray 10. March "Tell Me, Petty Maid en" Stuart SIDNEY MAYER, LEADER. ' Piano Finished by Brock Music Co. Cf mMSMMPJMIWMMWB ifsMiiii for George Adams Jr., captain t.'..i;..o o.,.Snnilvin won. Ruse of I ;l tho Y. M. C. A. team, to win from Bell Stromo third. mile Dawn second. Time 1:08 1-4. Knurl h race Jerome handicap and live-sixleenehs Ostrich won, The Southerner second. Outcome third. Time 2: 13. Fifth - race, last six half furlongs Withers . mile Trapper won, Santa Canlina second. Bulwark third. Time 211. Sixth rape, Withers mile Thistle it her wiiii. .Briarthnrpo second, Sa- third.' Time 1:40 1-2. 1 He; 1 At Chicago. Chicago, Opt. 3. Coruscate, whiph was brought here by her Canadian owners last week, was hiado tho medi um of n suppessful ponp In the third race nt Worth todav. Her owners and their friends baeked 1ier heavilv. pounding the odds down from K to 1 to 4 to I and then saw Iier finish four lensths In the lead. First raeo mile Jim Hale won. Fa lrrian wcoml. King of the valley third. Time 1:43 2-5. Seond race, six furlongs Tlurning Class won. Four Iaf Clover second. Tristan Slinndy third. Time 1:153-5 Third run', niibn and fifty yards Citruspate won. Fossis second. Wain n Moineii third. Time 1:45. Fourth race, six furlongs Big Ben Floral King second. Cigar Llght- iliinl Time 1-13 2-5. Fifili rare, 1 1-16 miles Aggie won. 1. Moore necond, .Manx tbir.l. Timo 1:4 ?-5. Sixili race. 5 1-z furloni: Silver nim. lmbinvar second. I'alm thini. Time l;i'. won. Is Skin Ttv l hem. as he is a graduate of that i-choul, and he says he has no com punction in deflating the team from big Alma Mater. Coach Bouruue is anxious to win for the honor of the '"Y."M. C. A., to win an enviable place in athletics for this association. All are invited to witness the practice and get an idea of what the boys will do to the Houston High School team next Saturday. Tickets on sale for this game nt the V. M. C. A. anu Ski fir's. Price 50 cents. When out-of-town teams play here, the local team has to stand all expenses, and they have to rely on the sale of tick els to meet this expense. JEFfERSONIAN CLUB PRESIDENT JAMES V. POLK SUES A CALL . IS- Was BATSON FIRE LOSSES. the Laroest Fire t Texas' losses as fol- rigs, Football Notice, 'i in re will 1h important meetine ,.t the fwt t.nll men this fvenine at 5 nii"k ' h practice grounds, r. ..-1 nl Caldr. Cvery man tn"r .s'. d in r.aVing iho turn must lie it, fixiMiall vni'. an1 1x pn-prl n, u.T hi- po-iti'-n. ThP chall ho IL.Tiiion H ah Krflnol for . U'ttl'- Largest Fire at Younoest Field. Batson, Tex., Oct. 3. Tho will reach a total of $35,nno. lows: Marearet Hel. two standard two 120(ibarrel lankR, $1,000. Parish ; Simins, one boiler, thre taiulard rigs, two 120(i barrel tanks. $5,000. Biitson Oil company, one stamiani rig. $l.". Alert Oil company, one drilling ri? and one Jack. ?J.(miO. Barklcy Allison one standard rig. on' driliing rig. one steam head, one hoisting onuine .two derricks, twrj Cilbarrd tanks. 5.'ii Ccrmn Oil companv, one double walking lam. three st am hea.l. .m Jack. four ilrrif kK fir i;oobarr l lank. fine driliing rig. f''iKt. Oeorre Cardin. fwn v'eam h"a.1. two il.-r-irks. two sr.l.arn-l tanks. oni hoi-tine ercino, fl.".i. Hiywo-Hl Oil comimr.y. two tfand- t.n fii'i .urn- tanV.". two II IM'l :-. . t ) c..ii l,rr'l tnnl-5, on i;iim li'-ad. mo ft r.. 4- VI' i hi1!, one d'-rriik. ''Tie FOR THE COMING FRIDAY NIGHT Large Membership Already, and More in Sight Prominent Speakers Will Be Trcre. The Jeffersonian club will meet Friday night. President James V. Tolk gave out that order yesterday, and il Is a cer tain proKisition to wager that there will be a great crowd at the City Hall Friday night at 8 o'clock, when he raps fop order. All during the past week in fact- for ten du.yn t here Imii. Ihhd littln vellow cards fllttin horn mil there, ami they have lieen f igned with a rapidity trat has made President Polk and all lils officers fud "powerful good." The object of the club in cfTect Is to pile up a larger Democrat ic ma Jiritjr than lias ever li'in known In thi county, and the end Is likely to I, pjiehiil. This Is the firnt year that the ro'intv has had Democratic nominal ions, and this Is ring to add .in l.itr IV'tniumtic vote. Hi're- of the day, both local and national and those who attend will not re grot It. . L. ' i.tn. t . 1 .... Il .t..n T I' II J t m nrr ii.-jn f.i'i""'' " " - . . , . . - -. - ::i 1.1 p.n'Tnr. n;i n, rriiiirr. one "'i- ain i'n. a in r" j - t.o pro-am from fi'.w on. The Y. taiVd r!c. M r i .1-t.rm r.id to l.ave a in ! J. M. Cnr r P--'."'im roT-aiy. i, i'. m. nel in .iti'r 1- - ' two Man-lard rig-. t;.irfi. ,-ot! pli..d lr .i':re tM-r lr-'' , Cx in Ik" t'iay. mi '"" - Te enicef oi our tdt wm t- i. ,iii.n ;.m 1 - tlan heautifui'v )eco-e4 Jan'ee et- im fiv- ftt n noiatro ie wm-.m-n rr(tiKtrti ev""g our r'i upm'n Tuei'lay aid Wrdedajr tvtmrg, Orober th Mh. j Pc?"Vi' Dtwsler Of Coot) Ce. Our World's Fair Wanderers. St. Louis, Sept. 27. When we were on the farm we nougni gunien l,y the package or by the quart. But. tho twentieth century gardener anu farmer is going to buy them by the .vard and instead of laboriously drop ping them in hills or sowing them in rows he will reel off a string of them from a wheel and simply plant, the string. When John was let. into this secret, of advanced scientific agricul ture by the polite nnd loquacious In ventor of the pricess he merely mur mured, "You're stringing me." But. there were the strings of seeds nnd there were boxes with tiny plants intutiiir In them from the seeded slrings. Like everything el: e nt this irreat Kx in is it ion the ilemonsl ration lift nnl hinir fo,- the imagination. ulinli. nrocess was shown. The seeds are twisted within n ribbon of tissue paper and rolled upon little reels hold ing about sixty feet. As usual, the most interesting feature of the exhibit is the tnechnnsni, by which the prod uct is turned out. In this case the machine 's a marvel of ingenuity. On mm side is a reel of narrow tissue paper rbbon, resembling that of a stock ticker. As It unrolls it passes "over a wheel thai is pet with little projiTting nt eel pins. Th"se dp Into liquid glue as the wTieol revolves and nial e little dots at int-nal:-. upon the :as:dnz paper. To thee moist dots lli- r.niisli Kid. or turnip need or any adheres LinrT of ftperl that is desired 1 IIiC lilK I winl ( o' ic "- - tf VJI.1CIS (""wren no' ic"c; - i,,r,rrf th pnle tiave pnin om i'1 (tirmined ry the kinn or '""i " attention to politics o far a party. , )o vnu-i The machine tbn lines ronrerned. I has. "f eoiir-". fpp, i). ytrip of parr over to en .,.rt ficcr1-d that Tea Is I nr- ,jtp ,h ,.flR. twist It into a trin? rra'ic. and tt.e TKmocrms have madeirr mj,,;s j np'in a pastiV.ard "e-1. ro n--i?1 (ff'irt to tv.11 a l.ie vote T, r,v :n'-rc 's a P'tle Tb '. year it will ! (Mr-r-nt. and : j,.n? infl',t fl VI which IV ra"i(ti rl-:1i i ci!n: to have a rund in I' I , r pin-h'-s tin and down Us rr.-den and Jt . Kr. v-d"tht tt.e lKTPO'Tit r"!tihi(h i:rc.d the rir lavirr il in pr-11 a tna)ori' rtf .from "" I'"'''! f'trrnw and f.ver!ns P wih a thin np,Vt tp "lo th Pn"" T-"lirT- s"1 layer of r" rt V is acy to tliat .. .. i. ir Pi.t'.- n1 fTX ro "i : -hi. m-iril can i n ow id"' r--.r a t.tire n( physical energy Incident, to funning In the early days. Here is an automatic time feed-box for horses which enables a farmer to lie in lied as long as he wants to In the morning, at a certain hour a clock unloosens a latch and a ration of grain runs down from a hopper in front of each horse. While the stock Is being auto matically fed the farmer may read his morning newspaper delivered at bis doo;- by the rural mail carrier. Hvcrything on the farm is to be done by machinery except the household work of the farmer's wife. I see no mechanisms that will enable, her to look the meals and operate the house hold machinery by pushing electric buttons. And yet some of her work has bieji lightened and simplified. Here are timelines' for separating cream fiom the milk and butter from the ( team. The farmer's, wife doen't have to wa't for cream l rlso to the sur face and then "churn'' the butler out of il. by a long laborious process. The . n l L-i.lwil.l uiirl lu not n iihkIi iii... i ur'iii iiwm-'. !. ..... .. I The. button affair and a life of cafe John n...lu I . . (.. I.... a.w.n l.a.-n tiuil .witllillf. ,'iiyw I" lin nil.-" ii" ii"' to do with it. Aiid (lie fanner no long cr walks. He 'Ides. Kverything seems to have wheels on It. There ate manure- spreaders, cornplanlers. hiiy'oailers and stackers, drills, pea pickers, potato diggers, great steam plows, wind-pump, self-Mnders, HI tending to make farming a delightful I a.-.! iiue. And in addition to it nil the creates! display of fancy highly bred live stock ever brought together n the world. In lb" I've Mock pavilion wc iht what s mi d to Ik an cndVs pne'Ksion (.f priw winning Hereford" JiTM-y. tjnernevs. PoIIikI IliirhatnR. Hoist. ins. Alierd'in Argus, Artshln- and o'lur fancy bn'ls t cattle. Some of the prize-winner re liteial it mt ft h ribbon", trot.hie 'f last coti'i'K'-'". And y-t I doubt if !,:iymc things (-f a er.-st live tl'nk show, the rnaieit ever held, in con nxtion with the World's Fa.r. jn f-.:u-p t.;itn !'- i V . off it I" tn J-ti f . t. : t ;hem. "nc v ,, , Vr- ' -r ti Ji-n ' ...J f ini'! '-oti iiiim .-r .in (1: nt to rik i h h" l"-1 . . i:i It ';-' ia::y r'- i Vit r-lnt. to e. fn rri- ritht fw tiem-- trP! t a'l'1- and r'-- ecr'U ifd 1 i .oi - ' 'f'Ty Ttin''- w"1 rri. -d that tm- w:ll tr-in- y-,. ,0 iro .(li. Tb will I viiii" r' Tiiiinc -d "f pt'i"'"''"- 'a'l". "-nil-t f"-""l tt.e .I..,.,' li r t'ro.ii II' ff.'iTi. I ifiii-it t' p!)k ti;rti tin jutiile yot rr. tr'iwtn? tl. cm and t I J ce at'-1'! c? ie ir-'-n e ' Tf. 1 1 ' ify I ...Ivi'd T.- yih'nr :n thi placi. i.f tr eul i Mrc ) : laJni'aoa to (?rri-c 'me w;'h tie fet tl't (c t fe of th, f i-.c-(ffri. r ic to . a 1 fe of (a-". If h" Annooncernent. Iiavi & ramti'iill disi'e to the public that they l.ave di i,"ner-l:ii. Ir. Itavl will f www I. u 'Vt ifB"JttWi'iiii"ifl' ,irra K. C. S. Ry. Texorkana & Fori Smith Ry. World's Fair Route ...Oee. ST.LOUIS Through Sleepers Without Change Via. ShreVeport and Cotton "Belt Route. ...Dining Car Service... This Train Leaves 7:45 A. M. Dally Arriving in St. Louis Next Mofaiug. Doable Daily Service to Kansas City. Through 'Buffet Sleepers CE. SWINDELL, Cent. Past. Agt. R A. MORRIS, City Pass. STicKet Ait. nowic r(i;n fr-' rt 1ocnt'm until N'lV.-niiii-r t af" r nl.ii h lie id r-nio- In 'ootn . V. V.'i' 1 s lm 't rz. ii.;.ri .tk rae 'l i 'ti'ire fs I li.-lf"- ji h ."ot. t. nil i,. j I.I.. to l,r i: fi-rtp t o l ' ..... 1 XL i'l.oilt the pit lire Mid the -i Xi-e Woman's Moows Miti.s" Rocietjr n mrmtm MfrHiimmlt at tK ooenieo 5,1 p :.:A "' " - 1 ,r .!. Tuesdr aed VJej(j3jr eeo.s 4 t j- ?.-: i i fice'?el D'fsfer Orjr Coeds Ce. neches IRON WQBS! pntuKfusaitu.) COKNEIlOPHOWIi: AM) KAUIM: SIKKETS. I Hcarv Catitinx, Pfgimt Strittturil VVoik, 5ew Hi'l a Wrk Specialty. Well Mtchery Huilt anj fccpeirtt. B0II1 'PHONES 2(17. 9