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San Antonio light and gazette. [volume] (San Antonio, Tex.) 1909-1911, April 29, 1909, Image 3

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Friday and
Saturday
WASH SKIRTS
A new arrival in plain and fancy wash skirts, lace and button effects.
Linen in white and colors—Let us show these new goods.
Our prices, low at $2.59
Our prices, Jow at 5.98
Our prices, low at 5.98
| | Our prices, low at 7.98
* Still fifty Corsets left, which are worth Fifty P. K. children's Hats, slightly soiled
51.50 to $2.50, closing at $l.OO. A bargain at 25c and 50c.
LINEN SUITS
In natural color, trimmed in andTXnderJtJim- Three-piece dress, in dre s s
black; also white, long coat, en- med in tucks and laces, Dutch styles and jumpers, Dutch,neck,
velope pockets. At $12.50. J”? hjiecks. s 4 ' so ’ applique trimming. At $18.50.
GEO. DULLNIG CO.
COTTON
HIGHER
OFFICE OF THE LIGHT-GAZETTE, San
Antonio, April 29.—Cotton afaiu sought
a higher level today though there was no evi
dence of feverish conditions in any of the
markets.
Spot cotton seew-sawed between Liverpool
and New York, being 3 pointe lower at Liver
pool and 5 points higher at New York.
Future deliveries closed steady at an ad
vance of IMi to 2ft points at Liverpool and
11 to 16 points higher at New York.
- NEW YORK
Tester-
Open High Low Close day
May ...1042 10.82 10.39 10.51 52 10.40
July ...10 82 10.43 10.29 10.4143
Oct. ...1008 10.25 10.06 10.28 24 10.07
Market closed steady.
LIVERPOOL
Tester-
Open High Low Close day
May June 5.34 5.37 5.34 5.37 5.34 ft
July-Aug. 5.41 5.45 542 5.44 ft 5.42 ft
Oct.-Nov. 5.38 ft 5.37 5.33 ft 5.36 ft 5.35
Market opened steady, ruled quiet and
closed steady.
NEW ORLEANS
Tester-
Open High Low Close day
May ...10,32 10.37 10.32 10.36-37 10.26
July ...1047 10.58 10.47 10.56 57 10.45
Oct. . . .10.06>40.19 10.06 10.16 17 10.04
Market closed steady,
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* LEADING SPOT MARKETS 4
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Today Tee’day Sales
Liverpool, steady.... 5.47 5.50 10,000
New York, quiet.... 10.80 10.75
New Orleans, steady. 10ft 10ft 2,000
Galveston, sUady...loft 10 ft
Houston, steady 10 ft 10 ft
COTTON SEED OIL.
NEW YORK, April 29.—Cotton seed oil
A Very Unusual Hosiery Sale
X
Begins Here Tomorrow Morning
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“Unusual”—because it ia not in accordance with our usual methods of buying and selling. It
is also unusual in point of value-giving—values are exceedingly
The reason for it: An importer who largely supplies us with fine hosiery sent us 250 doz
en on consignment—to be sold for his account.
There Are 50 Different Styles.
Only Tw6 Qualities and at Two Prices.
Boot Lace and Allover Lace Patterns.
Black and the Good Shades of Tan.
The Prices are Almost a Fourth Off.
z-afTv Tilt DIAMOXITa
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THURSDAY,
CD EE IN GROCERY OR DRY GOODS
iKll departments
Framed pictures, in oil reproduction and otk-r class of
prints; they are worth from $1.50 to $3.00 each, absolutely
free with any cash purchase of $6.00 or over. First come,
first served.
Framed Pictures, See Window
SILKS
Fancy striped taffetas in all shades. 65c val
ues 43c.
Fancy Lawns
Striped dots, side bands, checks, in all colors,
selling regularly at 15c. For this sale 10c.
White Cross Bar Lawns
f?Oc value. Displayed in East Commerce Street
show windows. At 10c.
White Sailors, in latest styles, at $1.75, $2.00
and $2.25.
Another number, w ith big crowji, $3.00.
You will find these hats in white, brown and
black. _
quotations today ruled as follows:
Close: May, 5.54 @5.550; June, 5.66©
5.68 c.
UNION STOCK TARDS.
SAN ANTONIO, Tex., April 29.—Receipts
of cattle, 250 head; market steady to strong
for Ups. Outside quotations represent prices
paid for best fat tops. Inside quotations are
tor common and thin stock.
Beeves, $3 50(04.25; bulls, [email protected];
stags, |[email protected]; choice cows, |3 25@
3.50; medium cows, $2.50(03.00; choice
calves, $3.25(04.00; medium calves, $2.75(0
8.00; choice yearlinga, $3.25(03 50; medium
yearlings, $2.75(03.00; sheep,
goats, $2.25(02.50; hogs, $4.50Q6.00.
I/ ££ STOCK NOTES.
Much bett£ 4 •ecaints of cattle were reported
at the Yards today.
The local market is quoted strong for choice
fat cattle, ateady for good cattle and very
dreggy for thin cattle.
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No receipts of carload lots of hogs were 1
reported today. There are only the usual '
qumber of wagonloads of cornfed hogs from I
nearby farms. The local market for hogs is ,
unchanged.
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* CHICAGO GRAIN MARKET •J |
♦ ♦ + ♦*♦*♦<• + ♦ + ♦ + ♦♦♦*
Wheat— Open High Low Close
May 122% 123% 122% 123% I
Corn—
May 71% 71% 70% 71
Oats —■
May 56% _ 56% 56% 56%
KANSAS CITY CASH QUOTATIONS.
Spacial Dispatch to The Gazette.
KANSAS CITY, Mo., April 20 —Cash quo
tations today ruled as follows:
Whest: No. 2 hard, $1.30® 1.37; No. 2
red. $1.48 @1.50. »
Corn: Ntrl 2, 72@72%c; No. 2 white, ,
72 % c.
Oats: No. 2, 53%@54c; No. 2 white, 56 ,
@ 57 % c.
Difference of Opinion.
(Chicago Tribune.)
Vestryman (making another attempt
to light his cigar)—l don’t like these
noiseless matches.
The Rev. Dr. Honeywell—l do. I re
ceived a fee of $5O once for marrying
a deaf and dumb couple.
National Stock. National Stock.
Friday and
Saturday
BATTLE OVER
LAND LEASE
JS FATAL
United Press Assoclstlon.
Shawnee, Okla., April 29.—One man
was killed and two seriously wounded
in a pitched battle over a land lease
this morning a half mile south of Asher
between the Ware and Brew-er families.
Stanley Ware was killed, Harry Brew
er was mortally wounded and Jesse
Brewer was seriously wounded. All ark,
prominent.
NOT GUILTY
OF BRIBERY
। United Press Assoclstlon.
Washington, April 29. —John A. Ben
| son, a millionaire land owner of Cali
fornia, charged with the bribery of em- [
I ployes of the general land office, was
found not guilty by a jury this after
noon. . ,4a ,liJi
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Lessons from the Past.
(Chicago Tribune.)
Don Quixote had just tilted at the
windmill, with the disastrous results
already mentioned.
“It’s only the first battle.'' he said,
gathering himself up, "but I guess it
will hold me. I know when I’ve had
enough."
Alas, poor Don! It did not occur to ।
him to convert himself into,a windmill
and do all his fighting thenceforth in
that character.
Uncle Allen.
(Chicago Tribune.)
“I suppose a man never begins to
feel really old,” said Uncle Allen
Sparks, "until he happens to catch
his boy in the act of shaving him
self '
SAN ANTONIO LIGHT AND GAZETTE*
ORDER RANGERS
TO RIO GRANDE
Anticipate Trouble Over Petitions
Asking for Removal ot
County Officers.
Special Dispatch.
Rio Grande City, Tex., April 29. —
When district court convenes here next
onda/ an exciting session is anticipat
ed. Petitions will be presented calling
for the removal of about every official
in the county, the trouble growing out
of conditions brought about through a
quarantine order issued by the county
health officer.
The two factions are bitter and rang
ers have been ordered here to assist in
maintaining peace.
Governor Campbell has designated
special counsel to represent the state.
GRAND «
PROBES LYNCHING
Special Dispatch.
Ada, Okla., April 29. —The grand jury
is investigating the recent lynching of
four prominent cattlemen here and to
day examined six prisoners who were
In jail when the victims were dragged
out by the mob. The prisoners were un
able to identify any who participated
in the lynching. The report of the grand
jury is expected Saturday.
COTTOW REGION BULLETIN BEPOBT
For the 24 hours ending at 8 a. m.,
75th meridian time, April 29, 1909.-
State ot
Max. Min. Rain Weather
•Abilene .... 94 70 .02 Cloudy
Ballinger .... 96 66 .00 Pt. Cid
Beeville 90 76 .00 Pt. Cid
Brenham .... 84 70 .00 Cloudy
•Brownsville .. 90 76 .00 Cloudy
Br6wnwood ... 92 60 .00 Cloudy
•Corpus Christi 80 74 .00 Cloudy
Corsicana .... 86 66 .00 Cloudy
Cuero 84 62 .00 Cloudy
Del Rio 94 70 .00 Clear
Dublin 90 66 .00 Pt. Cid
•Fort Worth ... 86 68 T. Pt. Cid
•Galveston .... 78 74 .00 Cloudy
Greenville .... 86 62 .00 Cloudy
Henrietta 78 72 .00 Cloudy
Houston 86 6) .00 Cloudy
Hunutsvllle ... 84 70 .00 Cloudy
Kerrville 82 68 .00 Cloudy
Lampasas .... 86 S 8 .6J Cloudy
Longview 86 62 .00 Cloudy
Luling 86 70 .00 Cloudy
Mexia 82 64 .00 Cloudy
Nacogdoches ... 82 64 .00 Pb. Cid
•Palestine .... 82 70 .00 Cloudy
Paris ... ....'. 84 62 .00 Cloudy
Quanah 94 56 .00 Clear
San Antonio ..88 70 T. Cloudy
San Marcos .. 82 70 .00 Cloudy
I Sherman 80 64 .00 Cloudy
•Taylor 84 70 .00 Cloudy
Temple 84 68 .00 Cloudy
| Waco 82 68 .00 Cloudy
Waxahachie .. 86 66 T. Cloudy
Weatherford ... 90 66 .00 Cloudy
Wharton .... 88 70 .00 Cloudy
Bemarks.
The weather In the belt is fair, except
cloudy In Texas. The temperature is
somewhat in excess of normal.
Weather Notes.
The western storm, mentioned Wed
nesday. is of wide extent and of unusual
Intensity and central now over North
western Missouri. Associated with the
disturbance are high winds, rain and
snow, the last named in New York.
North Dakota. Montana. Wyoming and
Utah. In the Mississippi valley and the
Southwest the temperature Is in excess
of normal; In the northern districts, de
ficient; below freezing 4n western New
York and the Northern Rocky Moun
tain States. It is 76 degrees on the west
, gulf coast and 24 degrees at Havre, Mon
tana. While rain here Is by no means
Improbable, the character of the storm
area, which is moving raptdlly eastward,
suggests in the way of weather what is
forecast: Cloudy, threatening, and cold
er tonight, and fair and colder Friday.
•Minimum temperature Is for last 12
hours.
T. indicates inappreciable rainfall.
ALLEN BUELL,
Local Forecaster.
DISSUADED FROM ASKING
ABOUT MISSISSIPPI PRESENT.
Associated Prezs.
Washington, April 29. —Representa-
tive Hollingsworth of Ohio was dis
suaded today from presenting a resolu
tion calling on the secretary of the
navy for information relative to the re
port that,the state of Mississippi is
preparing to present to the battleship
Mississippi a silver service whose cen
! terpiece bears an engraved portrait of
| Jefferson Davis.
—a
TEXAS MEMBER CORRECTS
WRONG IMPRESSION IN HOUSE.
Associated Press.
Washington, April 29.—Tn the house
today Representative Randell of Texas
corrected the erroneous report that he
caused the destruction of several hun
dred copies of the congressional direc
tory because he had been accredited to
Tennessee instead of Texas.
BIG FLOW OF OIL
STRUCK AT GAINESVILLE.
Gainesville, Tex., April 29.—A big
flow of oil was struck by the Myra Oil
company, 10 miles west of here on the
Katy today. It is coming up in paying
quantities. The company will install
pumps at ones. Crowds left for the
scene today.
BOY A HUMAN SLATE.
Writing on His Back Can B e Read 20
Feet Away.
(St. Louis Dispatch.)
Edward Ferran, 19 years old, is a hu
man slate. Letters or figures written
on his back with a blunt instrument
can be read at a distance of 20 feet.
Farran Is a patient at the city hos
pital, where his peculiar ailment Is
causing general interest.
The disease from which he suffers is
known as urticaria. It is characterized
by a redness of the skin, due to an in
flamed condition of the tips of the
nerves. It is said to be due to be-
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____________ THE HOUSE 0F FASHION"
' Footwear For Men
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The shoe fashions for Spring and Summer reveal
many new and attractive lasts, and among those
worth}’ of popularity are the two-eyelet wingtip; university
[ pumps, blucher oxfords, short tips, blucher oxfords half wing
t« s ’ P' a ' n t’ es ar| d congress. The favored leathers are
wax calf. Russia calf, vici kid, perfection kid, kanga-
>2 roo, aluminum calf, and linen in white and gray. The
tendency-this season is for colored leathers, and leading
shades of tan, brown, burgundy and oxblood.
Men’s Shoes Range in Price from
$3.00 to $6.00
WOER BKF ■
WE HAVE THE STRAW HAT YOU NEED
The Price of a New
Thos. Goggan & Bros. Piano
Is $385.00.
For the New $385 Style “K” Goggan Piano
It’s up to you to bid any amount you wish from $5O to $385. Try to get this beautiful piano. In ease
two or more persons make the same high bid, causing a tie, each person in the tie is entitled to>*
Style “K" Goggan Piano.
This Is An Advertising Proposition
We expect to lose money on the Piano, but not on the publicity.
Now You Know Why We Do This
Bids must bn mailed before Mmt 2, 1909, or it will be too late.
MR JACK. ■y JAMBS SWINNBRTOX.
GOING! GOING!
MAY Ist.
YOUR LAST CHANCE
Auction By Mail
What Do You Offer for This
Beautiful Piano?
Send No Bid For Less Than
$5O; Nor Over $585.00
'APRIL 29, 1909.
<Co»yrl<ht. IHI, ky Amerlcan-Heurnnl-ExamtßvM
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