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312 E. Houston
First Showing of
Fall Styles,
Millinery and Ladies'
Ready-to- Wear
Saturday, Sept. 11 th
By Madame D’Anion.
If you need advice write It me.
I want all the readers of The Light
to bring their troubles to me. All
letters enclosing stamped envelope
will receive personal answer and
all communications will be held In
Women past 30 don't judge a man
by his looks. They cultivate a clair
voyance that penetrates to the depths
of bis pocketbook.
Susie—ln warm weather it is espe
cially necessary for a woman to be
neatly costumed. When you are very
warm and fussy, take a warm bath,
chilling the water gradually. Powder
your face, neck and arms, do your hair
Get rid of it, by all means,
but don’t try to do so by the
•Mb g g use of dyes, whose effect is
__ _ but temporary and unsatis-
MggK JFfc 4IW g Mg factory and which may per-
Tv manently injure your hair.
Kt Use Hay’s Hair Health. That
Gray, faded, streaky hair
is an unnatural disfigure
ment which, if you have it.
it is your duty to yourself
and your friends to get rid
of as soon as possible. It
is a serious injury to you in
your social and business
life. It holds you back when
you should go forward. It
is a source of embarrassment
and mortification to you.
fl and 50c. Bottle* at all Dnurginls. The dollar bottle contains
2’4 times as much as the 50e. nisw. Send 2c. stamp for useful bock*
“The Care of the Hair/’ PHILO HAY SPECIALTY CO., NEWARK, N. *
Are you one of those who have <’onfider.ee in the future greatness
of San Antonio? There is nothing that would, demonstrate your loy
alty more than building a monument to yourself in the way of a home.
It is needless to inform you that
is our specialty and that we carry every foot of it under rain-proof
Let's Get Together and Talk It Over.
Petrich=Saur Lumber Co.
Phones 3030 Yards: Lamar and Chestnut Streets
1845 BAYLOR. COLLEGE FOR. YOUNG WOMEN, Belton. Te»i 1909
Chartered by the Republic of Texas. Stands for separate education of young
women. Course of study equal to that of best colleges tor men. Superior advan
tages in music, art. elocution. Write tor catalog.
W. A. WILSON, D, D„ Pres.. Belton, Texas.
125 West Commerce Street.
to be sold by September 1. Bookkeepin yr. Shorthand, Typewriting,. Telegraphy,
Civil Sen ice. Penmanship and the Eng iish branches taught. Shortest, quick*
eat and best systems for night work. Satisfaction guaranteed. Write, call or
phone 1218 New or 894 Old for particulars. Get busy now.
FRANKLIN d. TALL MAN, Proprietors. •
|U| AUT Yow open. Honrs 7to 9 o’clock. Four evenings eacb week.
RlUni Individual attention by careful teachers. Backward students
A mum mi holped and encouraged. Low rates. Address SHAFER &
Xl» Hllfl I DOWNEY, Proprietors, Houston and Soledad Streets, Sole
““■•Wfc uad Block, San Antonio.
. neatly and attire yourself in a cool
[thin gown. The temperature will drop
20 degrees.
Blue Bell—For light summer freckles
try cucumber milk; slice without peel
ing four large cucumbers, add a cupful
of water, boil until soft, cool and
! strain. To one and one-half ounces
of juice add equal portion of alcohol
and one-fourth ounce powdered eastile
soap; let stand over night, add eight
ounces of cucumber juice, one ounce
of oil of sweet almonds, twenty drops
of tincture of benzoin and a pinch of
boric acid. Shake well, apply twice a
day with sponge.
is not a dye. It doesn’t color
your hair. It simply cures
it—restores it to health—
gives it back the color, soft
ness and lustrous luxuriance
it had when it was the pride
of your life instead of an
Use Hay’s Hair Health
now. and begin to reap the
benefit. It will stop your
hair from falling out and re
move dandruff. It will keep
your scalp as clean and
healthy as that of a baby.
< *»
About a hundred guests participated
in the regular weekly eard parly gr en
I last evening by the Knights of Colum
bus. High five furnished the eiter
tainment for a pleasant evening, and
prizes were awarded Mrs. Corliss ami
J .1. Kearns. Mrs. E. Dillon won th"
ladies booby prize and Ben Newman
ami Charles Armbrust cut for th" ge r
tlemen’s booby, Mr. Armbrust win
Mrs. W. W. Canning will be the ho-,
tess next Thursday evening.
Miss Ida Welker has returned from
Denver, where she spent the summer
visiting relatives.
Miss Sain Montgomery of Fort
Worth, who has been the guest of her
sister. Mrs. W. D. Williams, for several
weeks, has returned home.
Mr. and Mrs. Ike West and Miss
i Clay West have returned from Denver
aud resorts in Colorado, where they
spent a delightful summer.
Mrs. J. E. Webb and son James have
returned from Utopia, where they had
an enjoyable outing.
A business meeting of the San An
tonio de Bexar chapter of the Daugh
ters of the American Revolution will
be held tomorrow afternoon at 3:30
o’clock at the residence of the regent,
Mrs. John J. Stevens, 311 Martin
Miss Hazel Harper, who has been the
much feted guest of Mrs. C. O. Har-
I per in Fort Worth, is expected home
tomorrow morning.
Dr. and Mrs. B. E. Witte and Miss
Laas have returned from a delightful
I trip to Chicago and the lake resorts.
The San Antonio chapter of the
Knights of Columbus will picnic at New
Braunfels Sunday, September 19. All
the members and their families will
participate, and they will be joined ..t
New Braunfels by the Austin and Tay
lor chapters.
Miss Mae Powell, who has been vis
iting her brother in Dallas, has return
cd home.
Miss Anna E. Langston, who spent
the summer traveling through the west
and northwest and visiting in Lancas
ter. Cal., has returned home.
Mrs. H. C Carter and children, who
, have been spending the summer in Vir
ginia, are now in New York. They are
। expected home next Wednesday.
Mrs. Lula McAllister Griesenbeck
has returned from Chicago, where she
spent a delightful summer.
Miss Maiette Smith and Mrs. W. D.
Waltman have returned from an enjoy
able summer spent in Colorado Springs.
After a brief visit to her sister, Mrs.
Frank Curtis Smith, Mrs. Waltman left
for her home in Panama.
Mrs. E. E. Hillje and Mrs. Wesley
Peacock are expected home today from
a week's stay at Sutherland Springs.
Miss Irene Young, who has just re
turned from a several weeks’ visit to
friends in Pensacola, Fla., and in New
Orleans, is quite ill with typhoid fever
at her home. 1517 Buena Vista street.
Miss Clara Moritz. Miss Lizzie Heb
geu aud Miss Nellie Lytle have returned
from Chicago, where they spent the
A called meeting of the Alamo De
fenders will be held tomorrow afternoon
at 5 o'clock at Travis Park for a re
organization of the companies.
Miss Amelia Beauregard and Miss
Eudochia and Miss Lillie Bell returned
yesterday from au enjoyable summer
spent in Washington. Niagara Falls and
in Canada.
A feature of special interest to the
women of San Antonio on the program
of the meeting of the State Federation
of Women's clubs which will be held
in November will be the report of the
Eleanor Brackenridge club of tae Col
lege of Industrial Arts at Denton. The
club will he represented on the program
by Miss Gene Seay and by Miss Annie
Andrews of San Antonio, who is the
president of the club. These young
women will speak on “The Student
Life at the College of Industrial Arts’’
and on “Industrial Education.’’
Misses Florence and Nettie Wagen
fuhr were hostesses to a pretty lawn
party last night at their home on Pros
pect Hill. The lawn was well lighted
with Japanese lanterns and electric
lights and he refreshments were served
there. Misses Wagenfuhr had as their
guests the following: Lena Anderson.
Pearl Mount, Jessie Davenport. Edna
and Bessie Webb, Ada Miller. Mae and
Nellie Wood. Clara Riedell, Clara Net
tie Cunningham, Emma Rieden. Lewa
Meyers, Florence Evans, Josie Bechtel.
Irene Correvon, Paula Meerscheidt.
Eugenia Tanner, Kathleen Farmer and
Carrie Gallagher. Hilinar Meerscheidt.
Frank Lewis. Walter Hassloff. James
Miller. Nolan B. Harmon Jr., Floyd
Forrest. Clarence Rieden. Allan Pierce.
J. Briestling Coulter. Herbert Edgar.
Harry Moses and Aides Cadwalladcr.
Miss Alice Hoecke was the hostess
to the Thursday Card elub yesterday
afternoon, at her home 7 on Marshall
Four tables were provided, high the
being the game played. The tables were
in the hall. Pink and green was the
color scheme, these being carried out in
the deeorations. An ice course was
served to the following: Misses Alice
Hoecke, Elsie Haarmann. Carrie Eink.
Ilse Staffel, Mamie Bergstrom. Tillie
Piper, Elsie Seebc. Julia and Mabel
Flory. Agnes Saunders. Ola Hoecke and
Mrs. Harry Fowler. The club will meet i
with Miss Agnes Saunders. 401 Los
Moras street, next Thursday.
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Smith aud sons.
Townsend, Stayton and David, returned
Wednesday from an extensive trip
through the west. Townsend Smith visit
ed in El Paso the guest of his cousin.
Mr. ami Mrs. Ike West and Mbs Clay
West returned yesterday front an ex
tended visit to Colorado.
Edwin Porch is spending the week
end with Ira Ogden at his home on San
Pedro Place.
Mrs. G. Schober is expecting to leave
Friday to meet her daughter, who is
>i ilmg in Temple. From there Mrs.
Schober and Miss Lenchen will go to
Taylor. Fort Worth and Dallas and re
turn here about Oct. 1.
Mr. and Mrs. G. M. Kenedy of Tat
pon and sister. Miss Marie Samono, of
Hidalgo and guest, Miss Marguerite
Bailey, of Roekport. are at the St. An
thony hotel for a week.
Leonard Johnson arrived a few days
ago from Beaumont to join his wife,
who is visiting her mother, Mrs. George
Pfeuffer. on Brooklyn avenue. Later in
the week, Mr. and’ Mrs. Johnson will
leave for their future home in Canada.
Mrs. Johnson, who was Marguerite
Pfeuffer, is a graduate zof the ’OB class
of high school and has many friends
Miss Dorothy Pagenstecher and
brother. Gustav, returned • yesterday
from Mexico City, where Miss’Dorothy
has been visiting for fourteen months.
Gustav left- in July to meet his sister,
and both were guests of their uncle
and aunt, Dr. and Mrs. Gustav Pagen
stecher, who have one of the largest
sanitariums in Mexico. Miss Pagen
stecher entertained extensively during
her stay in Mexico and among the func
tions were several Merienda, which is a
Mexican style of afternoon tea. Miss
Dorqthy was a guest at a beautiful
dance given by the consul general of
he Netherlands.
Dr. V 7. S. Hamilton returned today
from a trip to New York arid Chicago.
Nirs. Rufus A. Lewis returned last
night from a two weeks’ visit to
friends and relatives in St. Louis.
Miss Lizzie Villemain has returned
from a delightful two weeks’ visit to
Kerrville, the guest of Miss Rose Pfeuf
One of the prettiest parties of the
summer was given last evning, when
Miss Blanche Hoyer entertained the O.
G. elub at her home on Dwyer avenue.
The decorations were pink and white
these being the club colors.
The wide verandas were hung with
strips of pink and white crepe paper,
crossing and forming quaint figures.
The large porch globes were shaded in
pink and cast a rosy glow on the beau
tiful lawn of the Hoyer home.
The veranda was converted into a
beautiful green bower with pot plants
and other greens. A musical was en
joyed. Mrs. Hoyer sang several ballads
and Miss Florence Heilig played sev
eral beautiful selections.
A memory and fortune telling contest
were features of the evening. The mem
ory contest was carried out in this way.
A huge box was filled with needles, pins,
thread, thimbles, etc., and each guest
was allowed only one peep, after which
they must write what articles they re
membered. The one with the best mem
ory was given a prize. The prize which
was won by Tobin Rote, was “The
Three Graces,'’ “I see no evil, 1 hear
no evil, and 1 speak no evil,’’ a small
Chinese idol. The consolation, which
fell to Miss Kateriue Neville, was a
•small lemon pig.
Pink and white was carried out in
the defreshments. Miss Hoyer’s guests
included the following: Misses Evelyn
Haile, Florentine Heilig. Callie McCall,
Katherine and Ell Mae Neville. Norma
Friedrich, Florence Stowers. Edna
Hoecke, Sara Cruz, and Tobin Rote,
End Sauer. Walter Steimel, Ed Dilon.
Clai r nee Weyel, Armstrong Flowers of
Eagle Pass, Ed. and Fred Hoyer, the
hostess and Mr. and Mrs. Fred Hoyer.
Greetings have been received from
Miss Celeste Zizik. who is now in Los
Mr. and Mrs. Sam C. Bell and daugh
Her. Misses Jessie. Elizabeth, Josephine
and Dorothy. returned yesterday morn-
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> Any- form of female trouble causes loss of strength—makes
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women, has been found to relieve nearly all the pains arising from
I female ailments, by acting directly on the cause of the trouble.
I Further. Cardui restores strength by its tonic, invigorating action
J on the whole system. It acts promptly, but easily, on the delicate
J womanly constitution and leaves no bad after-effects.
Cardui is a pure vegetable preparation, containing no harm-
I ful mineral drugs or dangerous ingredients. You can't make any
| Take CARDUI~
AN WrtAtMi '
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Is Extended to the Ladies of
San Antonio to the Grand Opening of

207 South AJamo Street
Saturday, September 11 th, Two to Se ven p. m.
Demonstrations By Brown Cracker Co. and Dechman Coffee Co.
Andrew Koehn, Prop, 207 South AJamo Street
The finest stock of "good things to eat” Lunch Room for ladies and gentlemen
in thk south. in connection.
■ ■ ■ ' ———-- ■■
ing from an extensive eastern trip
Among the places visited were Nev
York City. Rochester, Montreal. Tor
onto, Chattanooga, Cincinnati, Knox
ville, Albany and the Thousand Islands
They were at a beautiful summer re
sort, Stoney Lake, near Toronto, ant
it was delightfully cool.
Relieves Headache.
Horsford’s Acid Phosphate
Relieves headache and nervousness
caused by impaired digestion, wakeful
ncss or overwork.
The Turn Verein eard party last
night was well attended, over 100 mem
bers and their families attending, eight
games of progressive high five being
played. The prize winners were Mrs.
T. Waters, Mrs. Ed. Schunke. Mrs. 11.
Wiedenfeld, Miss Wiedenfeld, booby,
Mrs. Dan Dunham, consolation to Miss
T. Boelhauwe, Jack Raybould, H. Hau
bold, E. Appmann. O. Grasso, booby,
Max Schunke, cqpsolation, W. Sehuctze.
At the conclusion of the last game rc
treshments were served in the banquet
“Can be depended upon”-is an ex
pression we all like to hear, aud when
it is used in connection with Cham
berlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea
Remedy it means that .it never fails to
cure diarrhoea, dysentery or bowel com
plaints. It is pleasant to take and
equally valuable for children and adults.
Sold by all druggists.
Bexar Drug Co., cut price druggists;
get our prices first. The lowest in the
Ndi and Potato Loaf—Chup enough nut
meats to make a cupful. Add one cupful
of hot mashed and seasoned potato and
cn - cupful of bread numbs. Add two
well beaten eggs and enough hot milk to
form the ingredients into a loaf. Put a
few hits of butter over the top or bread
crumbs which have been well mixed with
melted butter: place tn a hot oven and
ba kt until brown.
A cup of hot water should be poured
in the pan when you Fot it to hake, and
this, with a tabfespoonful of butter,
should be rich • nougi: liquid for basting
When the loaf is done the sauce left in
the pan should be slightly thickened and
poured around he loaf on the platter.
Whole Wheat Bread—Four cupfuls of
whole wheat flour, two cupfuls of white
wheat flour, nne-half cupful sugar, one
teasjoonful salt: one ye?.st cake dissolved
In enough warm water to make a stiff
L't tiw until light, mold Into two
loaves. let rise again. and bake in mod
erate oven. One tablespoonful of shorten
ing adds to the richness
MORE BANKERS In the 17 States in
which Jno. F. Draughon's SI Colleges
are located. Indorse these Business Col
than indorse ALL others. If YOU
i wantEVTDENCE and want to RISE to thellO-a-day
c!a-s, ask for FREEcatalogue. Lessons BY MAIL if
preferred. Draughon's Practical Business Co’lcjjef
Exciting Man Hunt Follows
Raid on Yellow-Legged Fowls
An exciting man hunt was indulged . marauders and recover the fowl.
in by several indignant citizens in the Title dogs took the scent readly. As
southern part of the city this morning. [ they trailed across some open lots in
which, though fruitless, caused quite a' full cry. followed by a big stream of
stir in the neighborhood. revengeful ex-owners of chickens, it
Some time during las,t night a couple seemed as if nothing could save the rob
of enterprising individuals with au ap i bers from capture.
petite for yellow-legged fowl, made a | However, when the road was reached
raid on a couple of hen coops at 302 I it was found that the slick gentlemen
and 306 Nogalitos street and when they ; hail made their escape on horseback,
departed took with them some 15 of the [ and as the dogs were man dogs and not
flowers of the flock. - taught to trad a common horse, the
When the theft was reported to the. was over.
police this morning the indignant chick Hail the chicken thieves not been the
i n losers were told to communicate with owners of horses they would have come
J. L. Autrey, 2439 South Flores street, i to grief, say members of the posse, for
who would doubtless lend his man-track-I the dogs worked like a machine as far
ing dogs in an effort to run down the । as the footsteps wept.
A number of negroes who had con
gregated in an alley in the vicinity of
East Commerce and Bowie streets, ere
atedsa disturbance last night. One of
the gang discharged a revolver several
times in the air. When the police reach
cd the scene, the negroes had departed
and little could be ascertained. No one
was hurt by the shooting.
A D. Kuykendal. three-room dwelling
on south stile of Espiasse avenue; $5OO.
Mrs. B. M. Gallagher, addition to poren
on v "St side of Avenue B: llfo.
Thomas Lodovic. alterations on north
side of West Commerce street; $lO.
Ella Hesse, two sheds on south side
of Dittmar avenue; >25.
M. A. Ryan, two-room dwelling on th*
north side of Ruiz street; Fro*.
T. J. Brown, four-room dwelling, on
north side of Virginia street; $7OO.
.1. C. Tips, repairs and alterations, on
west side of South Alamo street; s:i.’>.
.Mrs. Annie Vaughn, two-room addition
on east side of Eagar street: $350.
Lee A. Adams, addition and alterations
on north side of Woodlawn avenue: 1200.
W A Stiehl three-room dwelling, on
south side of Castro street: SSOO.
J. J. .Stevens, business house, on ihe
north side of Crockett street: $ll,OOO.
A Wiev. move house to south side of
Virginia street.
T. L. Harduck. warehouse, on north
side of Green street; $25
R. H. Cooper, six-roorn two-story
dwelling on the north side of Dittmer
avenue; $l7OO.
Otto Sehlmpff. warehouse on the south
mistake, taking Cardui, for it can't possibly hurt you—judging by I
iu record it is almost sure to help you. ■
side of East Elniira street: $450.
G. Daniel, enclose gallery on the south
side of Santos street; $lO.
Emma Rodrigues de Favclla. one-room
i addition, on the south side of West Lail
| rel street; $9O. ।
Walter Halm, four-room dwelling:, on
south side of Indiana street: $9OO.
Jesus Ramos, one-room dwelling on the
north side of Diaz stieet; $BO.
Mary Routledge, gallery Leona
and Guadalupe streets; $95.
C. Springall. seven-room two-story
dwelling on the north side of Mulberry
street; $4OOO.
Herman Sehlie.er. six-room dwelling or
north of lowa street; $l5OO.
Reid Hagan, four-room dwelling, on the
north side of M street; $3OO.
Bexar Drug Co., cut price druggists:
get our prices first. The lowest in the
Annie M. Brady three years, died Set
tember 9. 206 Wilson street.
Richard Warren Hill. 41 years. die<»
September 6, 1406 Umar street.
Alfred Matton. one year, died Septem
ber 'J. 108 Furnish avenue.
Emma Johnston Carothers. 43 years,
died Seotember 6. Baylor hospital.
Edward Black. 35 years, died Septem
ber 8. Devine, Texas.
To Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Staffel. Aur
ust 30. 310 Cedar street, a boy
Eugene Otton and Kitty Schutz.
.neaa mis lertcr irom Mrs. Mattie ennsto ■
pher, R. F. D. No. 72, Atlanta. Ga. “1 rccom- ■
mend Cardui to all my lady friends. I think H
it is the best medicine for female troubles. I I
took all kinds of medicine but nothing did me ■
as much good as Cardui. Now I am regular, Im
i suffer no pain and am better in every way.” IS
Try Cardui. 'Twill help you. It is recom- H
mended for young and old, in every condition By
of life. For sale at all druggists. z
SEPTEMBER 10. 1909.
Successor to Mrs. Chas. De vita.
Direct importer of human hair goods.
Ladies’ hair dresser and wig maker.
’ Shampooing parlors, manicuring, face
massage, scalp treatment, hair dyeing.
Manufacturer of hair goods.
Terrell Building, 212 Avenue D. New
phone 1103.
E. L. FRANCOIS, Manager.

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