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THE BEAUMONT ENTERPRISE, TUESDAY-. OCTOBER 11, 1904.
'apiar-ut an4 il U hardly necessary to .ii ii.-iui.iu i.i ii. Tlned ikiui: i-ri i i-i- i" te i s BUSINESS w need 1 uic! impr- vUitora to ilia Ucuiry l.l iliij k'..B- a.... I I I....... Illllr.hlii.llll The Manhattan illll JIM,, ....v.. .. UIV Hot ul f ' ader ouo linudred tisiu. r iu iiu-i.-rms niut;uiiudo, iii, kiiir-iiitt cxrillenr nml ival per feci nut of (irKiiuuliou. Ijllipmian unimal aciur iu iix ralmii.Um o. nil h-i forming curious ii-rnirhuivun or in uinliiics and odd fu 'f Kyraiiuiu Mill. ....ri..i., ami mini.. iiiii,t.l,t art) iAHdjABN PAY V " ') .J. 11 t I BUSINESS MEN TALK MOST VORABLE. FA BOTH DRUGS A.D DRY GOODS Imth iii a tnUture of a new ami nottl i : I '..ill LnfQ We will make thefollowing dis counts for this day and for Cash only: v. UirmUhlUK M-II Iillllt-a. ... Bros, will Hti.lliVrly niH'lir III this city mi Wcdm-Mlay. October IU, ulur noon at 8. cvi'iiIiik ni K, with a or goon in--i spc lai lo ul lu o'clock in tin morning. And Notions Would Sell Voluminously by Wholesale Interviews on the Subject. Extends A rordUl Greeting to the Visitors to the GOOD ROADS CONVENTION, and extends to each and all a HEARTY INVITATION ' s ' . ; To visit them and mKe their House head, quarters while in the city. : : Bear in Mind We carry a most complete stock of Clothing and Men's Furnishing Goods which we would be pleased to show you. THE MANHATTAN Louis Mayer, Prop. : :': NEWS OF THE COURTS ALL WERE BUSY ONES ON YES TERDAY. THE MURDER CASE CONTINUED Almost a Clash Between City and County R. T. Lewis Acquitted. New Suits Filed. It was a case of the usual busy Monday at the court house. For the first time in many, mouths there was a semblance of a conllict of authority between 'Hie city ami county olllcials early in t ho morning, hut it developed later that, the cause had been removed. H. T. Luis, the colored doctor, was irieil in the county court upon a charge of malicious mischief, and acquitted. The complaint alleged that he had ma liciously killed a hog. The evidence developed tho fact that tho hog was letting away with his feeel and that thi-n. was no malice at all. The Tom Lewis murder case in Judge Watts' court was passed until November 2. Thi leaves Judge Watts without any thing on hand today unless a case is tried by agreement. Judge Pope dis posed of several important cases. On Sunday the city oflicials arrested a man giving tho name of Turner .Montgomery. lie was charged with various olTenses, and was wanted by MierilT Landry. The city official!) did not turn him over to the county on Siindnv, and he remained in the city 1'i isoiMliai night. Yesterday morning Judge 1C. I!. Moore sued out a writ of habeas corpus hefore Judge Tope, and il was made returnable yesterday af ternoon al :! o'clock. Marshal Stewart heing cited to appear with the prisoner to slu.w cause why the city should hold him. I'.efore the writ was ever iierved, however, the man was in tho custody of Sheriff Landry, as it seems Hie original purpose had been to turn Iii in over to the county the first thing Monilav morning. In the Fifty-eighth District Court. In (lie Kifiy-eiglith district court, V, II. l'ope presiding, a jury for Hie week was impiiilled iu part, but as no rase went to trial. Judge I'cpc excused the jurors secured until Wednes lay :uoining uoxt, when the new i ,i!:el w'l. he completed. In the case of W. II. Tuner vs. Turner & Nabors Lumber ofminaiiy. .?udge l'ope called the case ,-.nd V. T. Turner and his counsel. Duff & Delf. informed the court that they had been l Jmliip Hronchton from fu.- I her iiros'-cntmg the case. p.-iMinp a" l.i no- liefiiro .Indue David Iv Divam. to he railed on Nnvenitie- I next. .Indue Pope stated I hat h v.n n:u! to proceed Willi the c.-s . uotwi 'i (landing the order of lb- r-fe.n-o In '.at krupicy. tm' counsel wh.i v. r- . r jp;i,iii preferred no to it intn :li(. ape. and an order was nt'Tel pa -sing it ,.. ily. J V: D'HiL-las v. F. iiliir r nl : ic,. dismissed li.v ncntnnt a op ndRnt' cost W. P. H. MrFaddTn r S.-van P 'an- r 11. I,, ,.f a!.: J'l'inf 'tit for train'il LainT IIIMI'Il'IHin I'M 9 I-. r st and ros' f "'it. i'h for ;,,sitrr of li n on projM riT pryc, f.r , a ... 1 . Ilk in. I.I.HTH 'fT pe'itiim. N'.if Mill!" company v. KirVy L'ini- U- wmrianv: (.n call f'r trmi. t'' jury for the tro-k Tiir'-il ir U a" num.-i-'fi ' . is iri'-y. ii. i- cjtiit J .1. Na'ran r,;..i'.n r!orT. i rsrrfill nd H C,. P,r'in In H e f r rp i.si di'trVt roan. Jn 'r ?m .r.it rc. '-' "f Toti 1 i t all wrr;. ! ' '' " ' "vli ii. nvrn'Ts tuti..n. an iH't 1 Tilt't 1 -r ' n i r ; I.' s t.., , r. . fi' 'I ". - '!- S. (. rl f'ne fi'- ! ! Law- rati"-1! ly "! l- It : 4 t " (J V fcl vs :: ' reasi'd paying Illicit attentions to tho ilel'endant's wife. W'hf'ti ho ease was called the state, through Assistant. County and District Attorney Judge Mcl-nwell. announced ready. 'Counsel for the defendant first preferred a motion to quash the return of the sherifT on the special venire on the grounds that It was defective. This motion was overruled by the court. Defendant's counsel then preferred a motion for a continuance, and an ad journment, was taken until 11:30 o'clock in order to permit counsel to piesent the motion in writing. The motion recited that defendant was un able to procure the attendance of ab sent witnesses, and that tho wife of the defendant, who is a material wit ness, was hurt in Hie wreck oil the Southern Pacific at China Saturday night and was unable to he in court, having sustained a fracture of some of lier ribs. The motion for the contin uance was overruled by tho court, who, of his own motion, reset the case for Monday, November 2, and the special venire was excused until that time. The criminal district court then ad lourned for tho day. The next case set for trial is that of Eva Brittain, charged with murder, wlich will be called for trial October 12. . County Court Proceedings. The criminal term of the county court, when was passed from Monday last, was again taken up, and .Judge Wheat called tho docket for orders. Numerous orders were made dlsmiss ii.g. passing and continuing cases. In only one case did the parties announce icady for trial. This was the case of Dr. ii. T. Luis, colored, charged with malicious mischief in killing a hog, the property of another. All the cases on appeal from the cor poration court were reset for Wednes day, October 12. The following or ders were entered this morning: (ierirude ('.rant, disturbing the pence; reset, for Wednesday. (ins Mngauiou, violating (ho Sunday law; same order. Oscar Warren, disturbing the peace; same order. Lewis Coster, disturbing the peace; same order. .'nines Sapp, soling liquor on Sun day; continued without prejudice. Joe Tiisa, affray; passed until Tues day. T. K. Lewis, malicious mischief; P'-quittod. .Picoli Mesa, violating Sunday law; reset for Wednesday. l. L. Oswald, discharging firearms in city limits; continued. Sol Dyson, unlawfully destroying proierty; dismissed at the instance of the county attorney. Pen l!luo,' then of less than frio; reset for Thursday. John Houston, carrying a pistol; re set for Thursday. W. .1. MrKaddin. aggravated nssaull and battery; dismissed n motion of I lie state. rtay Kennedy, aggravated assault nr.d buttery; same order. Holier! T. Itrasluar. swindling; de fi ndmt not in court and recotrnizam e Im-ihI in the sum of $:'"" forfeited and alias capias issued and cause ron tinivd. County Court Jury. The jury for the wk in the county cfiirt Is:" T. M. Watson. William liaiey. Ceorc Crans.T. Henry Klniiro A. It. Flowers. Janu s ). lan !d. r,irco Arnild, K. M. I nin. H.-n-r Ainswor h. K. Kidhy. C. W. liarfield and K. M. Mirkh t-roiiih. The att'irtiey f..r David Timler ye t'Hiv rierni"n fd.-O h f-irmal mo tion for a new trial. Tinih r f found peilty la-t Saturday nr.d h' fwiiih-t..-iit fsed at t'i j-r in the n.t t.iiarr. In tli di.-'rirt rVrl:' ff?!' r :i r af'TTion a ni " ri-i ev j ! p-rv-r airaint f; rr-- V.. -.r anl J F j lin. P ii- ov r a" 1' It ' filr'-t iriv.?v rc an 1 f ut.1 !f"'n i 7 t f!:imr- -l:uni-'t fini'iut:' "I 11 '"', , v it'n iTi' r st ani 'a'rire ' P'.rer C. Ts l j rr- . i -r 'n' ' '' s .. v -i 1 V Man- ."T H'"-"ff. a I! T t ' l. t ii 't an-! Ki 1: tti .,. m r- K v I.' ii, 'I'l.'ni'i.t b' t," '.Kt T. it. ; -'.fl l.f T aii hv-A r, I,.), r The F.nterprUo reporter making the business rounds Is com inually run- nliis Into contact with liiuilntr ttieti who liaik with favor iiimiii tint est ah llKliineni In Iteuutnoui of ul least one wholesale dry kimmIs and not Ions house und one drusT liouso here. There, men do not want any Mr Mustering concern that will Hart in with onu effort to turn tlio world over and breuk all previous business rec ords, but they want two good substan tial houses operated on a conferva tlvo basis, Mr. 1. A. Helsig.of llelslg & Nor veil, tmo.of tho leading wholesale grocer houses l.ero said: "I believe i.nui tna.w U a good oK'n- Inn- hero for a wholesale drug hoiiso but I would preler to see a wnoiesaio n .. .. . drv L'oods and notion house to tho drug, business though both uro good litiHlnesa prnosltlons .. "My reason Is to some extent per- I l , 1 . . . 1 .4 . Mnnna f li.ilnlllir IIIKII B"l m-iiii, n iu. ui ......... n thrf wlilesnlo: grocer houses , menus .7 ..h . .i.imi. that If Would wxt nciinmont. 'I think wo ought all pull together. I will help anything hero that ndvnncpH Ilenuniont find feel that other here would help me in the Ramp caiiso. The desirability of a whole-ale dry goods anil notions house comes from the smaller towns which want to huv both their groceries and dry goods nl the same place. It Is inconvenient for a merchant from Jasper Fay to come to Beaumont and buv his gro ceries and then l.o compelled to go to Now Orleans or Houston for his drv goods and notions. Then nfter he" goes the influence or those cities Is brought to hear npnn him to buy all his goods of all kinds In those cities and the people seem as a unit In bringing about this result. In the end we may possibly loe a merchant whoso natural tendencies are towards Beaumont for everything. "I am confident that T. S. Peed feels just as I do about this propo sition and that, the wholesalers now here would gain hv the bringing In of now houses in other lines. Our rail road facilities are such that fhey would have plenty of territory to do a safe and conservative business and one that would finally become pros perous and lasting. "Wo do not want a wholesale house here that, is in any manner connected "with anv recall noire- in. the cltv. The moment you try to run both t'he wholesale and the re tail in one organization vnn lo-.o trade nf otlic" retailers. It 's but nalurnl that tho other should snv tut at. 1h-i man handling both retai' and wholesale is taking an advantage over (ho single retailer. Thi feellnr cpreads until In the count nr v" w'" lnd 'ho retail merchant, declining to nptrnnip a wholesale house that ha? rt "etaii hvanch. "It is true that we have some mer chants hero who do sell wholesale in some case luit thev do not denend upon a wholosnlo trade and the'r sales o" this character are usually where the merchant, cornea here to liny groceries or the wholesale grocers and do not have tho time to got to some other point for his other lines or is in n hurry to g"t the., goods themselves. A? a matter of fact the local merchants will give wholesale concerns nlmost enough business to make it profitable But fhey will not do that where the wholesaler is do lus a retail business also. "I should ho glad to see agitation become sufficiently convincing to, bring some one in here to organize and :-tart out in both theso lines on a conservative basis." Dr. W..N. Forbes, representative r Parko, Davis & Co., hailed an Filter prise reporter yesterday about ir this line: "Say. I see you are talking about r whHosalo drug liou.-e here. Now you're talking good sense. There i the best opening here of any place I know. TIip territory surrounding Peanniont prefers Peanmont. When they have an opportunity they buy everything possible here and it I. only lncause they cannot get every thing tliey want they go through, would like very much to a prac Ural wholesale drug man come into Tto.nim.int. orcanize a stock rnmnanv i,j start o'it on a conservative liasis I hclicvo that Reaumont merchants a 'one would buy '.'.' a year. The country would tike much more than that and the first years- lupines' re'rh tip rrnd to run a liich f ."pto.ooft. Thp trad" would Mtnrdv rrnp here of t own volition Toe frtislit to kfx-p up that sort of talk in lit you ret the iwonle her awakened to th" fael that ib"v have siu-h .plendid ciir and n'-h n rinoori'initv to do a rfKvl. Ireitimat' fairly rernii firat;vp l.usinern. Vr 'on N ni'"-- to n V.rt rr-,r;u r'-fi'rr-r that th r'-'d r' t'oVsa'n -ita.livhTi r'- i n p. t.t H do- xi p' hv iiw'i tti-'' f.t.j,r, nTtilt n' f.T fr'im t'.o T.r-1 T ' r o 'M a tl.f -i,1-1'- rn n-rt f.id ll.tr-r in tern v.i1'' t .'t" '' "TP TT,i i'T it -.t. 'ot. : rf t '-r tr f'T y 1'l' Voir' ' ft V-f-t ttif- t ffe'-T 1 !-. Get' Ccifg to Town. k (.,. '! fr !' r 'f 1 T .e h th- in -ri'Ti' .it tit ! ij-r -r.s- tltf' tyT 1 ' Vj-fi'1" f K a '. A pi n-t r U .rt-i.-.-t . t.,- ti'i.-.T f;..? , t t : - t h r-' a-' f in :i-y 3. ".-. p'm tb fat i at ou'f- IN RAILWAY CIRCLES SANTA FE WILL MAKE CHANCES IN SCHEDULE. , i i i lilt S. P. PASSENGER DEPOT Work Being Dona by Contractor No Change to Shops, which Will Be Built Personal Mention. C. R. Swindell, general passenger f)f 0 Ka,saH n SlMllll,.rn ... u-iiu 111 lliiniinwinl niullll veulnrilliv. - " Mr. James Monroe, city passenger and ticket agent of the Southern Pa cific, announces the appointment of .Vr. Jim McCormlck us onu of his -. - tisslstunts. Mr. Mcl.orinU k Is expect i.i Iwirn liuliiv It., ciinieu from A luk Kb ion as clerk to the purser of one of I in liiir Moruaii slcamers nlvlnir Ik tween New Orleans and New York 1.'. II. Moore, ge-ieral agent of I he Kansas City Southern at Port Arthur was in Beaumont yesterday morning .Ton Piimlllin tho Well known voillli! railroad 'clerk, has accepted a ikjsIiIoii in ttie car service uepuruiieni in iu (iulf & Interstate. F. E. Roosslor, immigration ngont o! the Kansas City Southern, with headquarters at Kansas City, is in Peanmont. taking in the good roads convention II. O. Byrd snout his Sunday in Texarkana, returning yesterday. Tho very low rate that the Southern Purine is putting on to San Antonio is merely an Illustration of t lie grutilu'e I lie road feels toward the ncolllc oT that, city for suppressing tho scalpers more. until recently sun Antonio was infested with this character of people, and tho company declined to tint rn nltraet vi. rates, sav tin lha the scalpers reaped tho K refit. 'in October 2!Hh. however, for No. 9. they are going to sell round crip tickets fo,- 54.0(1,. anil... tho. holder., i;i on.inieu. io occupy tho Pullmau palace drawing room cars ir ho desirei; to pay thv extra price for. liis sioepins. The tickets are good to return on tho lust nam of October 31. The work on the Southern Paoific passenger dep(t is being puslie.l slow ly but surely. On,e,of the geiitlemer. connected with the railway e.impai.y was asked ye.derd-iy about condi'ionv. generally pera'.ung to the new rfopi:. Hp said that tie trouiile lies m :ne fact that the depot, was let out. ny con- iraci, and is not 'ii.o ttie wort-: usually done by I lie company. The contractors havo boon unable to move as rapidly as (he company desires, but the .:!- ills cannot neip it. as io luo mu nh. lio staled that this would bo a matter (.1" a very row days when the lei ol is once ready for ocupa ey. 'The sheds will ho built and in hi.i opinion then! has been absolutely no change in tlir plans as originally outline! by Hie I'l.any, and as stale t :iy Mi van Vleck. On November Pith there will bo a uineral shaking up of the schedules of I he Santa Ke railway, from Chicago to the gulf, imd perhaps Io Hie Pacific ocean as well. So far as I he branch lilies are concerned, there is nothing definite. The present lime is likely to he changed, however, and It is more lian lii-obable that even the local offi cials i charge of such matters do not l.'inw lust what tliey will do since tin .Ir changes must of necessity be gov- rned n arg measure i:y tne cnang"S on the main line. It Is expected that the Somerville service will he materi ally changed. m The Southern Pacific yesterday laid the pipe for Its privatp wat'er main across Pearl street, and in another two weeks the line will be at the roundhouse. Church Reception. This evening from ft to 10 o'clock a reception will bo given at St. Mark"? n-ctory by the ladiiw of the Kpis copal church. No admission will In charged. The members and friends and children of St. (Mark's church are invited to le present. Thef will lie music, rcrMat iow and refreshments. Miss Hardy, the n ailer nn. Inqa-r-onator has promis to (,'ivc several reading. Moose Hunting. Tlii re i a r vion in Canada, local'-! i iion li'Tn fci'ario. wler'- th" maisf "'f:'- irionnnh "f thn for.-st." is t-i f. uti.l in tr.s' nun.ti'-r. Thi-; t.rri 'rx is Vtmn as "T'-rmat-aini." ir' t ra'h1 from IVifTalo. '.i':"i .w' ; m t roil 1-k b- tiiand Trunk ra im - f m to N''',i Pay. 1 h-.; n i-f, in 'Lis r r uti i- from O'tvur N.i''i.'-r 1. tfiMi lr iini'i-v d l.v asiptvinz ' '. T. !!!. t-' f.' r; ; -ti.-j'T M I'IM '.run ' 1 r-,i I. ; litr ihilh. !'i'r'al. fc! "1 .fc! i.Ti- rti'i.r ro'i i' 'i am fan t.- t-.iel' - f. f .II Is f'.'t 'O I"'"'- Hd J'.Vt.-v.'i tr lie! ,rii ' !::' uti ti'rti- 1'.". " l 1- )'i.' fd to j'ni a' iV'i'i ' .' '' 1'iCf KATHAH SELLS IT FOR LESS. (- j jipJIiUjmmpy saving cl.anco of n life time. If )'ru expect to need anything Iu our lino In tho next six months buy It Tuesday tho day we knock the bottom nut nf rock bottom prices. TUESDAY, OCT. 11 AROUND THE RACE TRACK KING ELLSWORTH THE MEDIUM OF A COUP IN OWNERS' HAND ICAP AT CHICAGO. FAVORITES WON AI ELM RIDGE Frank Colins Was Fined One Hundred Dollars at Delmar for Taking the Blinkers Off His Entry Without Permission. Chicago Oct. 10. King Ellsworth was made tho medium of a successful coup in 1.110 owners nuiiuirup, the feature at. Worth today. Prince Sil- ver Wings was a favorite. Kirst race, six furlongs Burning (llass won, Tain Simmer hocoiiu, l cdcrul I hi nl. Time 1: 15. Second race, mile and a sixleoulh--Lillle Wally won. King's Court secmd, Aral) third. Time 1:6:2 :i-5. Third race, six furlongs Kroiil.eimc won, Mad Mullah stsiond, (lood Cheer third. Time 1:14. Fourth race, mile, owners' handicap King Ellsworth won, Prince Silver Wings second, Kllielyne third. Time 1 : 112. Fifth race, mile and a sixteenth- Carat, won, 1). L. Monro second, Aggie Lewis third. Timel:4!t 1.1. Sixth race, five and a half furlongs Colonel Ituppert won, Exalted second. Itegaie third. I line t:U8. At Elm Ridge. Kansas Oily, Oct. in. Favorites won three of the races at. Elm Itldge today. First race, four and n half furlongs Seasick won. Paeifieo second, Iolfa ,h d. Time 0: .15. Second race, mile and a sixd-entli I argin won, Klie second. Harbor third. Tune 1 :47 3-4. Third race, five furlongs Belle Kln- :.i v won, ( apitanzo second, Azolina i bird. Time 1:H 12. Fifih race, initi' IM Ball won, Idhi second. Alma Dufour third. Time 1 : in 3-1. ITflh race sH'oplochaso hanillcap. hIioii! a mile nnd a quarter Berna ..on. Spring Wa'er second, Evander third. Time 2:?.d 1-4. Sixih race niile nn.i a sixteenth lort'inntus won. Coldon Mineral si--on I, Hans Wagtu r third. Time I . S 14. At Morris Park. New York, O't. 10. Collector Jes up. :;t r, to 1. won th" handicap six and i h.if lutli.'i:.'s at Morris Park today. 1'irst raee filing, last six furlotiu's f Wi'ti rs mil' :eraniiim wop. Kins !-ipiier second. Old Lairliind third, rimo 1:11 12. K. ri.il r.i'i-. lat five and a lu.lf fur '. ii of K'liii-e f iime Myopia won. ' ;.!,iH s. fi,ii.. My Pur-'a th rd. Time 1 V.. Tl. rd raee. With'rs mil'1 A'an a a',. ..ti t'iind tid, Th" lady 'bin! Ti c" 1:41 "5 4. T'.,i r h r:i- last and a l.a!f f ir ' t i'- W'M'-x m:'"-Or 'n. . V'-on.an 'ti rd T.Tt'- 1:?3 1-4 F t -h r:i'--. W' -" tisn r liandir-ap. ;,.t .?,d'a fi'f furl- if Wi't.-r--, -.,i. i .r J-nip w.n, HVm . . ..t, t Tm.- 1:4- 1 ' s h r" . Ti.i1'- fid dir.' s u'.' nl. i' r '' ir '- !aei - F m.i. !r (: ,,.l, f ..,,f.-i. rirfr.rn 4 n t;:-1,t tl.ird ' 'n- r : i ;. t D'twa'. in I't - Trs'il: ! ii.ar f' a ure. 1 ti CUTLERY rtogers' IXL Razors, Pilssors, lluicliers' TimiIs, Star Safety Kaxora, 8trw Klc. , . , . v ,. ..ii ; t''iB!ll: BUILDERS' HARDWARE Yalo Is ks, PadliM'ks, Sash Cord, ARPENTERS' T00L8 lSTQVE8 AND RANGES Buck's Quick Meal, Heating Stoves, Oil Stoves. HUNTING SUITS laggings, Canio Bags, nil llunling SHOT GUNS, RIFLES AMMUNITION MILL AND OIL WELL SUPPLIES NAILS WDILSdM Hose, favorite, was second. Frank Colitis' owner was lined lint) for Ink ing off the blinkers without permis sion. Frank Collins' entry will not be peopled again. First race, live and a hall' furlongs violin won. Dave Slab second, Eduardo third. Time 1:0!) 12. Second race, six furlongs Felix Moses won, Tom Ilowo second, Tenler Crest third. Timo l:lii. Third raeo mile and twenty yards, selling Snliol won, Mint. Bed second, Tribes Hiird. Time 1:41 1-2. Fourth race, six furlongs, handicap Frank Collins won, King Hone second, (Jay Llzetle third. Time 1:15 1-4. Fiflh raeo mile und seventy yards, purse Pretension won, Extol second, San Craig third. Time 1:41! 1-4. 'Sixth race, mile and slxfeciVt H Miir:, lit. won, Miss Lo.i scond, Inibodcn I bird. Timo 1:00. COURT ON AT JASPER SECOND DISTRICT COURT TERM BEGAN YESTERDAY. BAPTIST SCHOOL ENTERTAINS Numbers of People Going and Coming Around the Popular Red Hill Town Who They Are. Jasper, Tex., Oct. 10. Friday night Ihe Baptist. Sunday school entertained I heir friends at tho armory wlHi an ice cream supper, and It proved to bo one of tho most successful entertain ments of this summer. The pupils have been endeavoring to add new pupils to their school, and to do Ibis t.liey selected two young ladles for lenders, with blue and red buttons for badges, and tho losing side signified the victory of the winners by prepar ing the supper for them. The following program was rend ered to an appreciative audience: Song By Sunday school. Prayer Kev. Woous. Instrumental Solo .. Mlss Iluth healo. Address of Welcome .... J. II. Sonic. Song Sunday achool. Ifosisinsi) K. P. Barton. Immediately after the program, tho reds were group! on one side of the armory, and I lie wearers of the blue on the other, and they were served with the refreshments provided, and then followed a pleasant evening well sH'iit by all. Locals Mr Camplwll. representing the !r sey Printing company, is sienditig a tew days In the Intir'-st of his com pany. Mr. A. T. Samjieun came In jester i'ay and w ill h""! aeveral days with friends and relatives. Tile ladi'B of the Methodist ct nrrh are preparing to Kivc a P.ainr fortbe b n fit. of tli'; near church in a f-w Weeks. District Court convened li'-re today. Mr. Cochran, traveling salesman rf T. 8. IC'-d. I p?idin a few days with Ms family 1" re. Mr. Ilarvy Gilbert, of TV a a motif. Ik in ton. Mr. and Mm ThtinU Ixnm are r.i-si f Mr. and Mr ll-nry I.n. and i!l I"- i'h tb'-m w-veral t-k Mr A K. F"m if Ivl1 Txm i'iana. lorn r turned home. Vr i'h li'tle Fnnine ni A. K. Jr.. ill remain 'no time wi'h l"f Mr. til 3M r. W. J. ft. AJtim ' 20 I'ER fHNT 15 PICK. CENT Ktc. : 1, PRR CENT 10 FEU CENT 10 PEft CENT Accessories. 10 PR" CENT K PEIt CENT 5 PEIt CENT 5 PERCENT HARDWARE COMPANY... BOSTON WINS OUT FLAG WILL FLOAT OVER CITY GRAND STAND. HUB IT WAS A SENSATIONAL FINISH 28,500 People Witnessed the Downfall of Gothamites on Their Own Grounds. New York, Oct. 0. B.xton van quished New York on tho baseball Held hero today, winning the Ameri can League championship pennant for tho second timo. It was a sensational finish to n thrilling struggle, which lias been g Ing on for several months. During the lust two months the teuins have been .see-sawing in tho lead for the championship and tho fact '.hat ill issue narrowed down to tlio outcome of today's double header on the Wash ington Heights grounds, demons! rat ed how close the battle was. In order to win tho pennant, (irifllths New Yorkers required two victories to day, wliilo Boston needed only one. At the end or tho liflh Inning, the local men seemed to have the fin" game well in hand, as they scored two runs. In Hie seventh Inning, a bad throw by Williams to the plalo allowed La Chnnco and KerrU to cross the plate and tie the score for Boston. Wild Pitch Did It Each side being equal, things went smoothly until tho first hair of Hi ninth, when Crlger reached first saf 1y on nil Infield hit. Dlneen passed him to second by n sacrifice, and Chivdiro losing control nt this criti cal stage, made a wild pitch. I'm ball hitting the press stand, wh'le Criger was running In with the win ning tally. . New York failed to He In their lialf or Hip gam and lb" pennant went to the New Knglnnder by a score if Z to 2. Tntmann and Winter worp the on-no-lng pitchers In Hp final rmo whlcli went the full nine Innings without a run tM-ing scored. A wild throw by l.a Chanrp cave thp game to New York In lb" tenth. Attend nncf ?N.:,S4. Score: First: Bo ton New Yotk Dim-en and Kli now. Swmd: P,sl.,tl Vt York Winter and M':ulre. wio Win 2ot S tint n?n fiuo I f " C.-lp'-r; Cho tiro an iitn m.(i mio n 0 4 1 (HNI (l.HI -( 1 14' iKiran; Putmann and Season Clord at WMnnto. Ws liinc!'n. 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