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San Antonio light and gazette. [volume] (San Antonio, Tex.) 1909-1911, September 10, 1909, Image 3

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Made Him Wait Until Officer
Came to Arrest Him on
Abusive Language Charge.
Austin, Tex., Sept. 10.—Called an
•old reprobate” by R. L. Howard, a
oieture agent, after refusing to accept
uis work, Miss Mary E. Lensing, 2209
Rio Grande street, yesterday afternoon
forced the agent, at the point of a re
volver, to remain at her gate while a
ujieeman was summoned to arrest him
in a charge of abusive language.
Howard had previously taken an or
ter to enlarge the photograph of Miss
Lensing's sister and called yester
(ay to deliver his work. Miss Lensing
leclared she would not accept it and
intimated that Howard was a ‘‘bum
"artist.” An interchange of compli
ments followed in the eourse of which
•he picture agent remarked that Miss
Hear Evan Williams
sing “Auld Lang Syne”
This great American tenor, whose popu
larity is widespread throughout the country,
adds to his laurels by his spirited rendition
of this old-time favorite.
His voice is now at its best, and its beau
tiful auality, as well as the exquisite phras
ing of which he is such a master, are much
in evidence in the three new Victor Records
just issued.
Auld Lane Syna In English (64105) • . Burns
Holy Night (Cantique de Noel) In English
(64106) Adam
Favorite—Spirit So Fair (Spirto gentil) In
English (74141) • • - • • Donizetti
Go today to the nearest Victor dealer’s and hear these
or any of the other 25 Victor Records by Williams. He
will gladly play them for you.
There’s a Victor for YOU-$lO. JI7JO. $25. $32.50, SW,
$5O. $6O, sloo—and easy payments can be arranged _
with ybur dealer if desired. '•'X.
Write us for complete catalogues of the Vidor, / **
the Vidrote, and of over 3000 I 'ictor Record!. / \
Victor Talking Machine Co., Camden, N. J. /< \
To get best results, use only / 111 a,
Victor Needles on Victor Records. I I WL- \ |
A complete list of new Victor Records 1 '"L<aL 1
for September will be found in the Sep
tember issue of Century, Everybody's.
McClure’s, Munsey’s, Scribner's, and
October Cosmopolitan.
Cor. Navarro & Houston St. San Antonio, Tex.
for Infanta and Children.
hhe Kind You Have
I Always Bought
> Bears the ZL v
a Jf’
A / Use
rv For Over
Thirty Years
Lensing was ‘‘no lady,” and according
to her statement called her an old rep
He was preparing to leave the place
when he was stopped by Miss Lensing,
who ordered him to remain where he
was. A six-shooter held by the lady em
phasized her command, and Howard
waited. Officer Rutledge was sent out
and arrested him. .
As the gift of the city street employ
es of San Antonio, a car loaded with
slothing and supplies was shipped last
night over the I. & O. N. to Monterey
for the relief of the flood sufferers;
Quitely and without making their
move public the street employes set
about raising funds to equip a car sex ■
eral days ago. One hundred and fifty
dollars in eash was raised at %n<n and
large donations of groceries and cloth
ing began to pour in. This resulted in
the filling of the car yesterday.
The street employes are principally
Mexicans. Many of them gave to other
sources of relief, yet so great was the
general feeling of sympathy for the
Monterey suffers, that the move for a
car was spontaneous.
Superintendent Lukin nas announced
the following assignment of teachers in
the public schools for the coming term,
which opens September 16.
School No. 1, Cameron street: T. P.
Huff, principal: Misses Annie Falla
gher, Emma Wescott, Lizzie Tynan,
Mrs. Alpha Johnston, Miss Lee Wilson,
Mrs. Jennie Larkin, Miss Emmie Mc-
School No. 2. Marshall street: F. M.
Halbedl, principal; Misses Lillie Bell,
Stella Ellison, Mrs. L. C. Provines,
Misses Julia Moore, Avis Chamberlain,
Alice Breeding, Naomi Cone, Leah Pay
son, Katherine Jarrell, Georgia Under
wood, Lucy Newton.
School No. 3, Austin street: Miss
Kate Golding, principal; Misses Minnie
Blumberg, Theodora Neumann, Bessie
Maney, Hazel Harper, Elise Brown.
Gladys Morgan, Ella Butler, Olga
School No. 4. Mason street: C. A.
Arnold, principal: Misses Bertha Cook,
Sadie Cannon, Helen Deermont, Beulah
Schields. Nora MeHugo, Marcia Rob
inson, Fannie Morgan, Flossie Payson,
Kate Mathews, Lula Suggs, Caroline
School No. 5, Lafitte street: Miss
Emilie Gohniert, principal; Misjes Sa
rah Adams. Eda Levy, Bessie Weibling,
Mrs. Ada Crain, Miss Helene Hallman.
School No. 6. Lavaca street: Miss
Agnes Cotton, principal: Misses Laura
Mussey, Gussie Ellison, Lillian Moths,
Stella Ross, Clara Nichols, Jean Lock
wood. Rose Toland, Ella Stone, Kate
J a mes.
School No. 7, South Flores and Guil
bean streets: J. K. Harris, principal;
Misses Ruth Hilliard. Mae Bergen,
Frances Donecker, Edith Ross, Mamie
Brawner, Viola Moore, Mr. M. L. Roark,
Misaos Ella Felder, Clara Noonan.
School No. 8, San Fernando street:
W. J. Knox, principal; Misses Essie
Crawford, Bessie Armbrust. Rose Lee.
Rita Pereida. Mary Newton, Delia
Voight, Nettie Carpenter, Mamie Stein.
Lydia Pagel, Linda Eikel, Mr. J. A.
Cook. Misses Laura Pirie. Angie Weib
ling, Texas Russell, Marguerite Bren
nan. Roberta Mathews.
School No. 9, Lopez, and Colorado
streets: Mies Sarah King, principal;
Misses Ethel Lee, Ellen Mathews. S.
H. Patrick, Misses Florence Holland.
Eileen Miller, Mamie Higgins, Pearl
Wright, Annie Higgins, Charlotte Stod
dard. Louise Lancaster. Ora Johnson.
School l No. 10, Garden street: Miss
Mildred Baskin, principal; Misses Liz
zie Lytle, Katie Bell. Nettie Bring
hurst, Lucy Mathews, Mamie Halbedl,
Minnie Mazie May Winlack, Mary Cole
School No. 11. Buena Vista street.
Prospect Hill: Miss Minnie Johnston,
principal; Misses Lizzie Loessberg.
Rboana Williams, Stella Higgins, Ethel
Wilcox, Jacksey Miller, Mamie Russey,
Irene Young, Mr. L. Q. Barron.
School No. 12, Starr street: Mrs.
Kate Schenck, principal; Misses Gladys
Heilig. Agnes James, Clara Boettler,
Kate Thomas. Bonnie Carpenter, Beu
I ah, Stearns. Emily Fowler, Mrs. F. M.
School No. 13, Main avenue: Miss
Benita Berry, principal; Misses Una
Elam, Ethel Fuller, Mrs. Mary Beatty,
Misses Myrtle Desmukes, Amelia Ables,
Letitia Petrie, Margaret Bradford. Bes
sie McNeill.
School No. 14. Bandera street. West
End: Miss Mollie Nelson, principal;
Misses Katy Lee Adame. Jasmine Sad
ler. Bessie Webb.
School No. 15. lowa street. South
Heights: Miss May Carroll, principal;
Misses Ellen Preston, Susie Applewhite,
Nannie Applewhite, Fannie Lewis, Mr.
W. O. Hightower.
School No. 16. Brooklyn avenue: Miss
Laura Steele, principal; Misses Florida
Lockwood. Tinie McKnight, Annie Ram
sey. Raehel Baer. Mary Hupperts, Ben
nie Campbell, Lollie Wood.
School No. 17, Calhoun street. Gov
ernment Hill: Miss Anna Langston,
principal; Misses Mary Bohn. Janie
Baskin, Esther Burwell, Ida Welker,
Ellerbe Wood
School No. 18. Indiana street: Mrs.
Emrie Johnson, principal; Misses Car
rie Kimbrough. Emily Grothaus. Irma
Heilig, Mary McClannahau. Mrs. Ella
School No. 19, South Flores and Cas
siano streets: Miss Flora McNeill,
principal; Misses Leia Gabbart. Nannie
O'Brien. Mildred Spoor. Elizabeth
Schroeder. Mrs. Martha Fuller.
' School No. 20, South Alamo street:
Miss Adah Gibbons, principal; Misses
Effie Lewis. Anna Wolfersdorf, Lucy
Richmond. Edra McNeill, Annie Jary.
School No. 21, Colima and Brazos
streets: Herman Hirsch, principal;
Misses Annie Stephenson, Effie Daven
port, Genevieve Navarro. Jennie Carr,
Emma Frey. Laura Cappelletti, Julia
Grothaus, Ellen Nagle.
School No. 22, Beacon Hill: Miss
Clara Moritz, principal; Misses Fannie
McCutcheon. Ivy Chapman. Mrs. Agnes
School No. 23. Riverside Park: Miss
Margaret Burke, principal; Misses Mary
Mann, Sallie Williamson, Lizzie Bro
naugh, Mrs. Ivy Bass.
School No. 24. Beanville: Miss Anna
Lachapelle, principal; Misses Elma
Neal. Mamie O’Brien.
School No. 25, Roek Quarry: Mieses
Lora Riesenecker. Maude Neal.
Colored Schools.
Douglass school, St. Mary street: S.
J. Sutton, principal; Misses Franklena
Bumby, Minnie Bell, Dottie Sears, S.
M. Coles, Sam Gates.
Grant school, Leona street: H. M.
Tarver, principal; Misses Cynthia Petit,
Adelaide Schwein, Mamie Moore. Cath
erine Wallace, Susie Alexander, Maggie
Hill, A. L. Maynard. W. L. Calhoun.
Cuney school, Santa Clara street: J.
D. Lowery, principal; Misses Bettie
Turner, Fannie Miller, Mary Blancks,
G. W. Williams, P. F. Roberts.
Brackenridge school, Csuter street:
J. R. Morrie, principal: Misses Lily
Yebby, Leola Parker, Minnie
Henrietta Boyd, Lizzie Patterson, H. A,
Maxwell. G. W. Minter.
For school boys and girls, we’re ready with shoes that will
withstand the hard knocks school children give their shoes—
In women’s shoes cloth tops are to be a feature—uppers should match your
costume, so govern yourself accordingly. For men—the biggest and best stock of dur
able as well as stylish footwear that the Big Store ever owned is ready for your choosing.
Children’s Shoes—Of dongola kid
with dull calf top; either button
or lace style, with half double
soles and low heels. Sizes 8% to
' 0 P air •
Young Women’s Blucher Shoes —
Of gunmetal calf with mat calf
tops; made with modified man-
nish toes and military AA
heels. Pair for
Women's Button or Blucher Lace
Shoes—Of patent colt with mat
calf tops, straight foxed, fine
wheeled edges and Cu gA
han heels. Pair
Young Women's Button Boots
With patent Amp and black cloth
tops; flexible soles and A A
military heels. Pair.... vU
Women’s Lace or Button Shoes-
Of best dongola kid, with single
or half double soles; patent tips
and Cuban heels. Pair A A
Little Men’s Blucher Lace Shoes
—Of viei kid in tipped style with
low heels; sizes 1314 to 2, for
pair. $2.00; sizes 9 to 13, 1.50
Boys’ Box Calf Shoes -In Bluch
er style, with half double soles
and military heels; sizes AA
2'4 to 5*4, pair asUv
Boys' Lace Shoes—Of kangaroo
calf with solid leather soles and
counters; sizes 13% ,n 2, for
$1.25; sizes 2% to 7, JgQ
Little Men’s Dress Shoes—ln but
ton style, with tipped mannish
toes, dull mat calf top and low
heels. Sizes 9 to 13. 1 *fg
nnir A • /
Bros. Co,
Every business house in San Anto
nio. from corner grocery to big depart
ment store, will be closed all day on
San Antonio day at the International
fair if plans started last night at the
meeting of the Retail Merchants’ as
sociation arc carried out.
Heretofore it has been the custom for
the larger stores to close during tho
afternoons on San Antonio day. Not
many of the smaller establishments en
tend into the movement, and never for
the entire day.
The matter when brought before the
meeting last night was received enthu
siastically. It was explained that the
same dav had been set apart by the
Fair association as Retail Merchants’
day. and it is probable that not a place
of business will \ocn its doors on
Thursday. November 11. A consumma
tion of these plans wilt mean the larg
est crowd at the fair on that day that
has ever.attended a fair in the south.
Arrange for Smoker.
Another matter of interest taken up
at last night’s meeting was the final
There are a few more of the $15.00 Suits still here. There ■■ JK
never was an assortment .that offered such value as these $1? S “J 11
hand-made Suits at t
Men’s fine French flannel and serge I rousers, light and fan- If?
cy, and white that have always sold for .00. Hip-fitting. j
with cuffs. ’ Now exactly half price 8
50c President Suspenders 39c * $1.50 Outing Shirts $l.lO 25c Socks. 2 Pairs 45c 50c Neckwear 45c
Children’s Shoes, Women’s Shoes
for Dress and Wear —Men’s Shoes, Too
College Girls’ Button Boots —
Made of gunmetal calf with mat
.. . . ,
' a 'Vi
for OeVv
m,<lihvn'« n„„ .. ,
. es
patent kid with dull mat and kid
tops and light turn soles. Sizes
4 to 8, pair 11.50; sizes to 11,
pair $2.00; misses’size* A gA
to ’V' pair 2,5 v
' *
Infants’ Dongola Kid Shoes—ln
button Btvle , with pat€nt tips .
... , , ,
light turn soles and no heels; sizes
to 6, pair 75c: children's
wedge heels, sizes 4to S. 1 AA
Women's Button Shoes Of pit
ent colt with cravenette cloth
tops, in wine, gray or black; fin-
ished with Goodyear welt, plain
toes and Cuban heels. £A
Pair J.3U
These for Men, Young Men and Boys
Boys’ Button Shoes- Of patent
pony colt, with dull mat calf tops
and welt soles. Sizes 13’4 g A
Young Men’s Dress Shoes -Of
patent colt, with black cloth tops,
in button style; finished with
high Cuban heels. Pair 5.00
Hanan A Sons Shoes —Of vici kid,
gunmetal and tan Russia calf,
made over Admiral, Victor, Balti
more and Panama lasts, g g A
Pair J.JV
The Joske Special—For men,
made of patent kid, vici kid. gun
metal and tan. Russia calf, in
lace or Blucher styles. 4.00
arrangement for the smoker to be given
in the open air at Turner hall next
Thursday night, September 23. This
will be merely an informal business
meeting for the discussion of plans for
the furthering of the association’s
work, and a full attendance of mem
bers is urged.
Membership Is Growing.
| Another big stride in the building up'
the membership was when 39 new firms
1 were admitted. A majority of these
were butchers. The total membershin j
of the association is now close to 500. J
1 Tlie following were admitted last even-
- in R : . „
n ! Butchers—J. A. York, F. Dierolf, W.
I M. Roegelein, Julius Krisch. A. Michel, |
p Phil Weilbaeher, E. J. Krause, F. Lud
wig. G. A. Damm Jr.. J. Lainon, Wil |
liam Matthies i- Son, O. H. Walter,
r Carl Zimmermann. 11. C. Michel, Wil
, liam Kleid. Gus Hanger. .1. W. Stowe,
t W. L. Braun. Han \ntonio Meat Co.,
. I D. T. Calk. O. F. Albert. Joe Barry.
r l Bakers—F. Henle & Son .Ed Tondre,
O. J. Soldier, Hauger Bros., George
L .; Stueke.
Merchants—Hilton A Harris. F. F.
Goeke. M.< Petersen. Paul Nauschuetz.
Alamo Paint A Glass Co.. Emil Gotts-
• ; chalck. Lone Star Pickle Co.. Lone Star
, । Commission Co.
) Miscellaneous — Commercial Under- I
writers. Sau Antonio A eterinary Hos- j
. | pital. R. H. Wester A- Co.. Anton Jud- |
I maier.
Piper Ilcidsieck tobacco is a gentle
* man's chew ami gentlemen chew it. Do
I ‘ youf I
the big store
Women's Patent Kid Button
Shoes—With black cloth tops,
three quarter vamps, plain toes,
Cuban heels and medium O A A
weight flexible soles... J«VV
Women's Button Shoes—Of choc
olate kid with brown cloth tops
and finished with flexible soles
and Cuban heels. Pair O gA
for J. JV
Women’s Street Boots—Of all
black waterproof eravenette cloth
finished with welt soles and Cu
ban heels.. A striking J Aft
boot in button style T«UV
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Hutton Oxfords of patent kid, with light turn sotes, plain toes and
Cuban heels; Blucher Oxfords of wine calf with welt soles and
Cuban heels; two- button Oxfords of chocolate kid XX W
with light turn soles, plain toes and Cuban heels. All Ka
Oxfords that wore $4.00, now pair • X
Meii’s Blucher Shoes —Of box calf
with double soles, broad toes and
flat heels: all solid A A
throughout. Pair WaW
Men's Shoes —Of extra quality
box calf, in lace style, with heavy
double soles; positively O gA
waterproof J > J V
Men’s Oxfords
Hanan Low Shoes for Men —$5.50 and
$6.00 Values —All Leathers. Now $4.65.
All $3.50 Men's Oxfords —Either Tan or
Black, Now $295.
AU Men's $4.00 Oxfords Now Go at $3.45.
Is Shipped by Oregon Man to Stock
Hunting Fields of Idaho.
Portland. Ore., Sept. 10.—A earload
of <*hinese pheasants, probably the larg
est number ever raised in captivity by
one grower in this country, will be ship
ped within the next few days by ,R. F.
Simpson of Lebanan. Oregon, to the
game warden of Idaho, where the game
birds will be turned loose and used to
gtock'the state for hunters.
Simpson is said to he the only man
in America who could fill sueh a big
order. He has made a great success in
raising Chinese pheasants and each year
turns out large numbers of this famous
breed. The pheasant was imported
from < hina to Oregon many years ago
and has thrived here until the whole
state is well filled with them. During
the open season in the fall- hunterti en
joy fine sport in shooting this wily game
On account of the Jewish holiday J
falling upon the opening day of the .
public schools. Superintendent Lukin re- I
quests that since Jewish children are ;
prohibited from attending school on that [
I day. all Jewish children are requested j
I to report at their respective buildings'
j Saturday, September 11, at 2:30 o’clock,
that they may be registered and secure
| seats for the ensuing term.
SEPTEMBER 10. 1909.
the big store
i Women’s Button Boots—With
, patent vamp and suede or cloth
, tops to match the costume. Fin
(ished with welt soles g A A
and plain toes. Pair.... JaUv
Women's Eight-Strap Countess
s Boots In new short vamp style,
s with hand sewed turn soles: made
(of suede or patent kid in A A
black or London smoke.. / •UV
I Women's Bronze Kid Button
i Boots —With brown cloth tops to
match, made with close edge welt
(soles and Cuban heels, g Aft
Very handsome. Pair...J,Uv
Men's Lace or Button Shoes—Of
patent colt, with kid tops, welt
soles and military heels. O C A
Made over Tudor last.... O. JU
College Boys' Gunmetal Shoes
In Blucher lace style with Good
year welt soles and high O C A
Cuban heels. Pair J. JU
Within 30 minutes after the first
news of E. H. Harriman’s death was
received in San Antonio yesterday The
Light and Gaaette had an extra on the
street with a complete story of the
great financier’s"life and the announce
ment that he had passed away. The
news was received at 3:15 o’clock
at 3:40 the first newsboy was selling
The Light and Gazette contain
ing the story. »
s —i Positively cored W
A a fYTTD O ‘h* Bo LiMle
tress from pyspep®*,
®ITTLE_ digestion and Too Hearty
H | p n Eating A perfect tens
jl IV LIS edy torDizziness. Nausea.
M PILLS Drowsiness. Bid Taste
Q ■ , £g ’** tn the Mouth. Coated
Tongue. Pain tn the Side,
regulate the Bowels. Purely Vegetable.
niDTctTv Genuins Must Bear
UAKI tno Fic-Sinulo Signature
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