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’ ; , k JW 3 The “SAR ATOG A” of the Great Lakes g
, THE IDEAL NORTHERN SUMMER RESORT/or SOUTHERNERS g
Situated at the entrance to Jackson Park on the “Midway” Boulevard, the
s===beautiful driveway in America. Hotel Del Prado is faced by a magnificent lawn,
IE - I 700 feet wide and a mile long, and has an outside frontage of 700 ieet. 300 feet
- • *s■& I Qi>»BP I of breeze-swept veranda. 400 elegantly furnished rooms, each Math access to
nFt private bath, arranged in 2,3, 4 and .‘-room suites. All the comforts of home
a. _ K J at this charming rendezvous. Free tennis courts, free golf links, tine boating,
fishing and other recreative attractions. Finest transportation facilities,
lllinois Central surburban trains to the city every 5 minutes—l 2 minutes gg
I V > ride. Our Descriptive Folder “B” gives all information, special summer
rates to families, etc., etc. Rates all American plan.
WRITE TODAY FOR FOLDER “B”
HOTEL DEL PRADO
Swl EDWARD R.BRADLEY. H. H. McLEAN,
V 2) Proprietor Manager
M H CHICAGO, ILL.
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. ..THE. . .
St. Anthony
ABSOLUTELY FIREPROOF
SAN ANTONIO’S NEWEST
AND FINEST HOTEL
MODERN IN EVERY DETAIL
No Better ©r More Complete Hotel
of Ito Size (210 room*) In America
Liberally Conducted on the
EUROPEAN PLAN
•peel.l Attention PeM to
Commercial Men.
P. M. SWEARINGEN A SON.
! Managing Directors. |
THE MENGER
Facing the Beautiful
Alamo Plaza
Caters to the very best class of
Tourist and Commercial Trade.
Large, airy sample rooms, single
and en suite, with private bath for
commercial men.
The high standard and excellency
of our table and service will be
maintained.
WM. C. BRUCE,
Manager.
HOTEL LOSOYA
EUROPEAN.
EVERYTHING NEW.
tn same block as Business Men’s club.
56 rooms, single or en suite, 53 rooms
with bath. Hot and cold water in
every room, steam heat, elevator and
bell service. Rates $l.OO to $2.50 per
day. Special rates by week or month
HOTEL
GALLATIN
70-72 West 46th Street
NEAR STH AVE., NEW YORK CITY.
A new, fireproof, high-class hotel in a
very refined neighborhood.
Select, Homelikg. Quiet. Situated near
all points of interest, shops and theatres.
Rooms and Bath, $1.50 per day and up
Booms with Private Bath and Shower, $2
per day and up.
Restaurant European or American Plans.
Send for Booklet.
GERNANDO PANNACI, Manager
ALSO PROP.
Hotei PANNACI Long Branch
HOTEL
! ST.
LOAD WAY and UTH STREET!
NEW YORK Cirf.
U>ln Ea«r Access of Tvery Point of H
crest. Half Block from Wanamaker’e. ■
5 minutes' walk of Shopr.ina District. ■
IT ED FOR: Excellence of Cuisine. Com- ■
lortable Appointments. Courteous Serf- ■
Ice and Homelike Surroundings. ■
ROOMS 11.00 PER DAY AKD UP &
EUROPEAN PLAN.
Table d’Hote Breakfast 50c. ■
fM.TAYLOR&SON,Inc.j
ALSO ... z’
HOTEL MARTWiaVE,
Broauway end 33rd Street. . gk
SUN DAT.
HOTEL FLANDERS.
133-137 West 47th St.,
N. Y. CITY,
200 feet east of Broadway.
A modern fireproof hotel, in
the heart of the theater, club
and hotel district; convenient to
all car lines. An exceptional or
chestra. Very moderate rates.
Booklet on reeuest.
T. M. Carrol, Mgr.
H. R. Shares, Prop.
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* RAILROAD TIME TABLE ♦
* ♦
X. & G. If. Arrive.
No. 3—From the North 6:45 p.m.
No. s—From the North 6:45 a.m.
No. 7—Local from Hearne 10:10 a. tn.
No. 9—Local from Palestine. .10:40 p. m.
No. 4—From Mexico 1:20 p.m.
No. 12—Local from Laredo (mxd) 6:00 a.m.
Depart
No. 4 —For the North 1:95 p.m.
No. 6—For the North 7:45 p.m.
! No. B—Local for Palestine.... 7:30a.m.
No. 10—Express Spec’l fr Hearn 4:00 a.m.
No. s—For Mexico 7:00 a.m.
No. 11—Local for Laredo (mixed) 9:00 p.m'
8. A. & A. P. Arrive.
No. I—From Houston and Coaat. 7:20 p.m.
No. B—From Houlton and Coast. 7:00 a.m.
No. s—From Coast Towns 1:35 p.m.
No. 46 —From Kerrville (ex. Sun.) 9:40 a.m.
No. 44—From Kerrville (Sun only) 8:00 p. m.
No. 44 —From Kerrville (ex. Sun.) 6:40 p.m.
Depart.
No. 2—For Houston and Coast.. 8:45 a. m
No. 4—For Houston aud Coast.. 9 10 p.m.
No. 6—For Coast Towns 2:15 p'
No. 45—For Kerrville ex. Sun.). 4:30 p. hl
No. 43—For Kerrville (Sun. only) 8:30 a.m.
No. 43 —For Kerrville (ex. Sun ). 7:25 a. m
Q„ H. & 8. A. (Main Line).
Arrive.
No. 9 —From the East 7:85 a tn
No. 7—From the East 6:00 p.m*
No. 10 —From El Paso and Weet. . 7 :80 p. m.
Depart.
No. 9 —For El Paso and West . . 9:00 a. tn
No. 10 —For the East 10:30 p.m.
No. 8-For the East 11:00 a. m.
G., H. & 8. A. (Victoria Division).
Arrive.
No. 302 —Cuero, Victoria, etc 7:30 p.m.
Depart.
No. 301—Cuero. Victoria, etc.. .8:00 a. m.
M., K. A T. (Union Station).
Arrives.
No. 235 —From the North 7:80 a.m.
No. 243 —From the North 9:15 p. m.
No. 241 —From Houston and Gal.. 6:30a.m.
Depart!.
No. 236— For the North 9:00 p.m.
No. 244—For the North 7:30 a.m.
No. 242—For Houston and Gal. .. 10:15 p. m
FOR RENT
If you expect to go housekeeping
temporarily and don’t care to invest
your money in furniture, see us. W«
can furnish your room or bouse from
kitchen to parlor at a nominal rent. Old
phone 449, new phone 614.
MAX KAROTKIN
121 Main Avenue.
NO DIRT
No Taking Up of Carpet*, fi
Une the Vacuum Cleaning H
System, which is the only
modern sanitary process of S
house cleaning. It fe the only H
practical way of removing Hp
dust, dirt, disease germs, etc Kj
from carpets and upholstered vj
furniture without tld
or damaging them. ’
Henry C. Ri ps
304 East Side Alamo Plaza
Moving. Packing. Storing.
Tents, Awnings,
Camping Outfits
LORENZEN kfgr. 215 AreD
SAN ANTONIO LIGHT AN D GAZETTE
“San Antonio Lea.ds—Ask Me.”
New Sutherland Springs
The Carlsbad of America
Next!
Go and See
Special R. R. Rates Thursdays and Sundays
See J. A. Clopton
For general particular* and Analysis of Waters
COTTON
HIGHER
OFFICE OF THE LIGHT AND GA
ZETTE. San Antonio. Texas. July 10.—
Continued dry weather and excessive
heat in Texas, coupled with reports of
great damage by boll weevil kept cotton
prices going up today, the close being
about 15 points up. Many places in Tex
as saw the thermometer at 106, and no
rain was reported In the western belt.
The market is in control of professional
bulls who buy strongly on every dip and
it is believed cotton will go much higher.
Spots kept pace with futures, the most
notable advance being 14-cent at Hous
ton.
NEW YORK
Yssur-
Oo«n High Low Close de/
Oct 12.34 12.43 12.31 12.41-42 12.2«
U.e 12.39 12.49 12.36 12.46-47 12.29
Firm.
NEW OBLEAN*
Yeates
Open High Low Close day
Oct 12.33 12.43 12.33 12.42-43 12.36
Dec 12.36 12.45 12.36 12.44-45 12.21
Firm. __
LIVERPOOL
Yeates
Open High Low Close day
Oct.-Nov 6.44% 652 6.4454 6 5054 6.4454
Dec.-Jan.' 6.42 6.48 6.42 «-42 642
Jan -Feb. 6.42 6.49 6.41 6.48 6.4.
Irregular.
4- + «❖* * + * <• *
* CHICAGO GRAIN MARKET *
WhoaT— Open High Low Clou
Julv 118 11914 118 11814
Sept HO* HO% nl '*
Corn— -, u 721
Tlllv “ 4
Sept .......... W*. 6614 67
Oi juw 51 51 5014 5014
g“p t :......... 43-, 43a, 43H 43.,
t LEADING SPOT MARKETS 4
X ♦
Today Yes'day Saint
Liverpool, steady . 6.78
New York, steady 1 2 - 8 ® I? ™, ■
N Orleans, steady 12 5-16 12 3-16
Houston, steady ...1154 13’4
Galveston, steady .12 3-16 12.00
COTTON SEED OIL
NEW YORK. July 10.—Cotton seed oil
nr : >tbm« t.,d»v r Ins, :
Close: July. $5.62@70.
August: $5.70@78.
KANSAS CITY
KANSAS CITY. Mo.. July 10.—Ca.,h
comions today were:
Wheat: No. 2 hard. $1.20®1.22 N,, ;
red.
Corn: No. 2. 6854 e. No 2 white. 71 u. a
71’4.
Oats: No. 2, 48c®49. No. 2 white
POUND NOTICE.
Taken up, and in city pound, corner
Trinity and Ruiz streets, on or about
the 3rd day of July, 1909, 1 fine Jersey
cow, about 3 years old, fawn colored,
right ear split and left horn slipped;
also 1 old dun mare mule, with bell
on, branded GR on left bip. which will,
if not redeemed before sale, be sold at
public auction, to the highest bidder,
for cash, at said pound, at the hour of
11 o’eloek a. m., on the 14th day of
July, 1909.
CHAB VAN RIPER,
Attest: Marshal.
FRED FRIES. City Clerk.
Pastor Russell has just returned from
a lecturing tour in Europe where be
spoke to crowded houses in many of
the leading cities. Free lecture at the
Grand Tuesday night.
Theo. Artzt Orchestra. Both Phones
-speed,
-safety,
-scenery,
-satisfaction
ALL ON A TRIP ON
THE ’
KATY
FLYER
TAFT OUTLINES
PLANS FOB TRIP
Itinerary Includes Meeting
With Diaz at El Paso and
a Stop In San Antonio.
Associated Prsss.
Washington, July 10.—President Taft
while en route to Washington gave an
outline of the tentative plans for his
western and southern trip this fall. The
president has abandoned all idea of
1 visiting Alaska this year, owing to the
faet that Mrs. Taft will not be able to
go with him.
As soon as the tariff bill has received
! the sanction of President Taft, he will
leave Washington for Beverly. He will
remain there until September 15, his
' fifty-second birthday —when he hopes,
if Mrs. Taft continues to improve, to
begin his western journey.
The president will head direct from
Beverly to Seattle. After visiting the
exposition there the president will
। swing down to the southwest, stopping
■ for a time at Portland, and proceeding
। thence to San Francisco. Leaving San
I Francisco, tbe president will go direct
1 to Los Angeles, where he will stop for
i several days with his sister.
From Los Angeles he will go to San
Diego, and then go into Arizona and
New Mexico, the last remaining terri
tories which soon are to be admitted
! to the union, according to tbe adminis
tration ’s program.
Coming out of New Mexico, the pres
ident will stop for a time at El Paso,
where he expects to meet President
Diaz of Mexico. Senor Diaz and "Pres
ident Taft have never met. The Mex
ican president wrote recently to the
white house suggesting a conference at
El Paso, and President Taft replied to
day that he would be delighted to meet
the Mexican president about October
15, the meeting depending, of course,
upon the president's ability to make
1 the western trip After his stop at El
i Paso, the president will visit San An
i tonio, where he will inspect Fort Sam
Houston. Mr. Taft, while secretary of
war, was deeply impressed witli this
post, and was instrumental in building
it up to its present importance.
After visiting Austin and Dallas, the
president expects to spend several days
on the ranch owned by his brother,
Charles P. Taft, near Corpus Christi.
Continuing east, the president will
stop at Houston and go to New Or
leans to attend the meeting of the deep
waterways congress, the date of which
will be fixed to suit his convenience.
After attending the congress, Presi
dent Taft wants to stop for a time in
the Bayou Teche country of Louisiana,
the land of Evangeline and Areadie.
From there the president will proceed
to Jackson, Miss.; thence to Montgom
ery, Ala.; Birmingham and Macon.
From Macon the president will go
"home” to Augusta, Ga., to have a
game or two of golf on the links where
he spent so much time last winter.
Leaving Augusta, the president goes
to Savannah, and from there begins his
northward flight to the white house,
stopping at Wilmington, N. C., and
Richmond, Va.
What class of people go to heaven,
anvhow, rich or poor? Pastor Russell’s
free lecture at the Grand Tuesday
night will tell about this.
»»»
We are all aware that your husband
ie the busiest man in the city. You
must insist on his giving up one hour
of his valuable time to enable us to
show him our beautiful acre farm addi
tion in West Gardendale, just beyond
the city limits. Your husband will buy
efter seeing it. Everybody does. In
sist on his going today.
DAHLGREN. BENSON 4 WELCH.
Grand Opera House Bldg.
I New York
City
and Return
$61.60
On sale daily. Limit
for return —30 days
Summer Tourist Rates
Everywhere
I.&G.N. LAUDA'S PARK TODAY- I.&G.N.
TO
ST. LOUIS
113 Miles Shortest
Many Nours Quickest
One Night Out
ALL THE WAY
Sleepers
Chair Cars
Dining Car
Trains Leave 1:25 p. m., 7:46 p. m.
Dally.
New, Up-to-date Equipment.
Positively quickest route Chica
go, Detroit, Buffalo, Cincinnati,
Pittaburg, St. Paul, ete.
Low Summer Rates
I.&G.N. LANDA’S PARK TODAY 1.&6.N.
£ “SUNSET ROUTE”
n —
$lB.OO Cloudcroft and Return
9:00 a. m. Train, July 17tb
$1.50 Port Lavaca and Return
A Special Train 7:10 a. m., July 18th.
n Returning Same Day
•«y Steamship Tickets to and from Europe. Coaks Euro*
pean and Around World Tours
City Ticket Office, 507 East Houston Street.
n ktIIOWST?N?S2
/ 11 SAT park I
© IB'l'W'll'liWll S /Vl/
©YELLOWSTONE NATIONAL PARK. SwsM 1
CALIFORNIA ano ( rfHcusTosCX^ J
THE A-Y-P EXPOS
WHY POXY YOU?
“SAP”
,r,t RESORTS
WESTMINSTER
ASSEMBLY
KERRVILLE, TEXAS.
ENCAMPMENT OPENS JULY 22.
A large number of families now
In camp on these beautiful grounds
on the Guadalupe. Room for many
more.
LOW RATES DAILY.
SEE SPRINGALL.
PHONE 571.
BUY NOW AND PAY LATER
DROMGOOLE
V BROTHERS L
Walches & Diamonds
ON EASY PAYMENTS.
Old Phone 1167-Ir.
. 605 West Houston Street.
San Antonio, Tex.
San Antonio's educational facilities
। are unexcelled with 75 public and pri
' vate schools.
Jnst a short distance from town lies
the beautiful Lady of the Lake Acad
emy, an institution of learning that
would be a credit to any of the large
, eastern cities. Located near West Gar
dendale Suburban farms.
DAHLGREN, BENSON 1 WELCH.
Grand Opera House Bldg.
See Kroeger about your plumbing.
New phone 2965: old 2332. 222 Alamo.
E. Sanchez, Mexican Orchestra, music
I for all occasions. New phone 3095.
JULY 11, 1909.
FOR
A 30 day
trip east
we have
some
special
low round
trip fares
H. W. PINNICK. I. f. A.
San Antonio.
Vacuum Carpet Cleaning
Your carpets, mattings, upholstered
furniture, etc., cleaned without re
moval. We also sew, refit and relay
carpets and renovate mattresses.
HANSEN BROS.
Established 1890.
831 Austin Street. Both Phone*.
LADIES.

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