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Says Girls Who Play Bridge
Whist Are the Kind Who
Elope With Coachmen,
AiwciaM Preu
New Orlen us, La., Oct. (I.—“ Bridge
whiat is a thing we can do very well
without and I am willing to stake my
reputation that the class of girls who
elope with their father’s coachman
spend must of their time playing
bridge ”
No declared W. C. Pearee, superin
tendent of the fduit department of the
International Sunday Behool associa
tion, here last night at the concluding
greaion of the Rundav school
conference. Further on hia address Mr.
Pearce said:
“I don’t care who the woman in, If
she dances, she suffers liberties from
men which she would not tolerate at
any other time. When one of my Fun
day aehool teachers asked me if !t
would be wrong for her to attend a
dance I responded: ‘Do you want to
become a cheap'woman!’”
In concluding his address Mr. Pearce
“If the average saloon were open to
its customers as little as is the chnreh
to its followers, it would soon be oblig
ed to go out of business.”
Good Work of the Tiremen Saves East
ern Part of Town—Lose 1100,000.
Gainesville, Tex., Oct. 6.—Fire orig
inating in the Gainesville iron works
at 0:30 o’clock last night burned
furiously for two hours and a half, de
stroying $lOO,OOO , worth of property
before it was checked. But for extra
good work by the fire department the
whole of the eastern part of town
would have been destroyed or badly
The fire, the cause of whieh is un
known, was discovered in the iron
works between 9:30 and 10 o’clock,
the wjiole interior of the building be
ing in flames when the alarm was turn
ed in. When the roof and walls of the
iron foundry fell in, the flames spread
to the Gainesville Tee company's plant,
adjoining on the north, and this was ,
soon wrapped in fire and within a few ।
minutes was completely destroyed. The
Gainesville roller mills, adjoining, to
gether with its stock of 100,000 bushels
of wheat, was damaged by smoke and '
water, but the loss here will not be ;
The insurance is estimated at about
Cures Kidney and Blad
der Diseases In Every
Form —Many People
Have Kidney Trouble
and Do Not Know It.
It is the function of the kidneys to filter
and purify the blood which is constantly
passing through them.
When the kidneys are out of order the
other organs are affected immediately
and you may have symptons of heart
trouble, stomach and liver trouble, and
other ailments, which are all owing to the
kidneys being weak and out of order.
If you arc sick Foley'* Kidney
Cure will strengthen and build up the
worn out tissues of the kidneys so they
will act properly and the symptons of
weakness, heart, .stomach and liver
trouble will disappear and you will be
restored to perfect health.
Haw to Tell If You Have Kidney Trouble.
You can easily determine <f your kid
neys are ouf of order by setting aside for
24 hours a bottle of the urine passed
upon If upon examination it is
cloudy or milky or has a brick-dust sdH-
Iment or small particles float about in it,
your kidneys are diseased and Foley’*
Kidney Cure should be taken at once.
Foley’* kidney Cure is pleasant to
take and acts directly upon the parts
affected and you begin to feel better
at once. ~
It corrects slight disorders in a few
days and it has cured many obstinate
cases after other treatment had failed.
Doctors Said Ho Would Not Uvo.
Peter Frey, of Woodruff, Pa., writes:
“After doctoring for two years with the
best physicians in Waynesburg, and still
getting worse, the doctors advised me if
I had any business to attend to l had bet
ter attend to it at once, as I could not
possibly live another month, as there was
no cure for me. Foley’s Kidney Cure
was recommended to me by a friend, and
I immediately sent my son to the store
for it and aftyr taking three bottles I be
gan to get better and continued to im
prove until I was entirely well.’’
Two Sizes, 500 and SI.OO.
New York, Oct. fl.—Before leaving
yesterday for Washington, Wilbur
Wright doctored that besides making
arrangements for the extensive manu
facturr of a<r<rplane« in Ohio, he would
establish a school for the instruction
of aviators. He sees n great future
ahead for flying machines, both for
pleasure and practical uaaa, bat he does
not believe that any one should be per
mitted to operate one of them without
careful training and thin is one of the
reasons why he han hesitated to build
machines for enthusiastic novices,
The Wright brothers have received
many orders for flying machines, but
only n few have been accepted. While
Wilbur Wright wan here hn received
offers from not lens than 50 different
persons, ail of them offering large
sums If he would agree to make certain
airship flights. Mr. Wright looked upon
n flying'exhibition for money an a cir
cun font and he refused to aecopt any
of them. These offers have eome from
nearly every western city.
It is ( certain, however, that the
Wrights will greatly improve their Day
ton factory and incorporate in it a
school for training operator*. This will
he done an soon as Orville Wright re
turns from Germany.
Extraordinary Ceremony Took Place
When Birth Is Announced to
Associated Press
Never before in this country did the
birth of a baby receive such a tremen
dous demonstration. Admirals and oth
er officers in gold braid and medals
hurried' from their respective vessels
to the German flagship, where they ex
tended their congratulations to the’Ger
man commander and these were prompt
ly cab'ed to Germany.
All of the warships remaining in the
river today were taking eoa) in prepa
ration for their departure. By the end
of the week few will remain.
i Statue of Martin Van Buren at White
House Has a Tempestuous Life.
Associated Press.
Washington, Oct. 6.—Able in the flesh
1 | to remain president of the United
j States but for four tempestuous years.
1 > Martin Van Buren in marble is having
. | an equally discouraging enreer in the
। white house. No matter what the fu
' tore lias in store, his chiseled likeness
can expect no better than to remain
there with a broken neck for the rest
of time. j
A bit of untold white house history
links itself with the marble bust of
Martin Van Buren. All that is known
I generally now is that some one some
years ago did what many whigs wanted
i to do in the thirties —knock Martin Van
■ Buren's head right off his shoulders.
It is said that President Roosevelt,
- likewise a New Yorker, who had risen
from the vice presidency to the white
house, had he decapitated bust removed
from the attic, together with the classic
feature of the kinderhook statesman
and turned over to a seulptor. At any
rate, some one stuck the head into place
and now the bust with a mark around
flic neck like a necklace is given a post
of honor just at the foot of the stairway
that leads from the eastern entrance of
the white house to the main floor.
The Confederate and Grand Army
veterans are making active prepara
tions for the part they will take in the
reception to President Taft when the
latter visits San Antonio. Special meet
ings of the two organizations will be
held next Sunday for the purpose of
making final arrangements. Within the
next day or so Luther R. Hare camp,
of the United Spanish War Veterans,
will request an assignment vbith the
older organizations in the reception to
President Taft, and a special meeting
will be held with that object in view.
V. -
At. a special meeting of the Brother
hood of Locomotive Firemen and En
gineenien, held yesterday, a committee
composed of W. A. Miles, A. Sherrill
and W. Duffy, was appointed to deny
the report that trouble was brewing
on the Southern Pacific between the
members of the firemen and the com
pany. They also stated that they had
no trouble with the Brotherhood of Lo
comotive Engineers and the strike ru
mor was without -foundation.
Wilbur Wright Sees Great Fu
ture for Airships for Pleas
ure and Practical Uses.
Associatefl Tress.
New York, Oct. 6.—When the official
hut belated news that the German
crown princess Cecile had given birth
to a son reached the German flagship
Viktoria Luise, the glad tidings were
signalled to all the other warships in
the Hudson river and immediately a
cannonading such as was never heard
there before broke forth. Each warship
of every nation represented fired a
royal salute of 21 guns. While this
unusual salute was being fired, all of
the vessels, from the small Gorman gun
boat Morales, off Sixtieth street, to the
flagship off One Hundred and .Seven
tieth street, dressed themselves in gay
colors fn celebration of the event.
Tremendous Value Giving
— IN THE —
Sale of the Dullnig Stock
’ . r- * '
A sale of Reliable and Dependable Merchandise that is giving the
shoppers of San Antonio and vicinity enormous savings on their fall
and winter wants. This tremendous sacrifice of Dress Goods, Ready
to-Wear.Apparel, Muslin Wear, Millinery, Etc., offers you induce
ments you cannot well afford to miss taking advantage of.
Remember, Dullnig’s Loss is Your Gain
We must dispose of this-stock. If you need the goods, we’ll see to
it that you double your dollars by attending this sale.
Watch For Ad Tomorrow. A Most Sensational Lot of Prices Will Be Quoted
Dalkowitz Bros. & N. Becker
Wrights Will Control American
End and Organizer the For
eign End of Busines .
New York, Oct. 6. —A company to
manufacture the Wright aeroplane on a
large scale, with factories in Dayton,
St. Petersburg, Berlin and Paris is to
be organized by Charles K. Flint, for
mer head of the United States Rubber
company, according to the World today.
While the Wrights will hold a controll
ing interest in the American company,
it is understood that the Flint interests
will be supreme in those abroad.
Chicago, Oct. 6. —Fire, which attack
ed the plant of the Golden Novelty
Manufacturing company here late yes
terday, damaged the building and con
tents to the extent of. $lOO,OOO. Several
workmen, trapped in the burning build
ing. were rescued by firemen and two
who leaped front windows were
injured. There were no fatalities.
It’s Just
Pure Juice
Louisiana sugar
cane juice —crushed
out and clarified.
Nothing added
nothing taken away.
We call it
Breakfast Syrup
You’ll call it
the best syrup you
ever tasted!
There’s really nothing
like it in
th® whole
for Salo by all Grocers.
Penick a Ford. Ltd.
Chicago, II)., Oet. H. —A year last
January a beat, broken old man, hear
ing the word of a jury that sentenced
him to prison, Jost the fire that blazed
in his eyes, and John R. Walsh, “Chi
cago’s anarchist of finance,” broke
down and wept in the grim court room
of Federal Judge Anderson.
The decision handed down yesterday
by the United States circuit court of
appeals marks another step in Walsh’s
long tight against his foes, who includ
ed every powerful financier and many
.railroad men in Chicago.
The verdict of the jury, which the
higher court passed on, carried with it.
a possible aggregate penalty of 540
years in the federal prison at Fort
Ever since Jan. IS, 1908, a bitter
fight has been waged to keep Walsh out
of prison. The government, lawyers,
opposing the moves of Walsh’s coun
sel, headed by Johp S. Miller of “im
munity bath - ' fame, used their every
effort to land Walsh in the famous lino
of cells at Lravensworth known as
“bankers’ row.”
Borne up by the iron nerve he al
ways had shown in finance, the grief
of Walsh was short lived.
He was not crushed by his fate,
though the court room scene when first
he was found guilty was one of the
most dramatic In Chicago's history.
“It’s only one skirmish lost; the
battle has just begun,” the old bank
er said as he left the court room.
The counts of the indictment on
which Walsh was convicted involved
nine distinct series of transactions.
These are the loaning of the bank’s
money on memorandum notes and the
purchase of bonds of the Illinois South
ern and Wisconsin & Michigan rail
roads. The jury decided when its ver
dict was handed down that Walsh had
misappropriated $1,000,000. The full
'indictment charged the diversion of
It was on Dec. 18. 1905, that the
doors of the three Walsh institutions —
the Chicago National bank, the Home
Savings bank and the Equitable Trust
company-—closed their doors. The ac
tion was taken after a simultaneous
inquiry made into the hanks of C. 11.
Bosworth, national bank examiner, and
State Bank Examiner C. C. Jones.
When the excitement subsided and
the depositors were paid off, the long
negotiations concerning the building
of the Walsh railroads, particularly the
Chicago Southern into Chicago, were
taken up. Most of the readily salable
assets-of these roads were disposed of
by the clearing house bankers.
Eor many years previous to the. fall I
of his hanks. John R. Walsh had been 1
recognized as one of the typical “self
made" men in the country. He was a
man of many friends and many foes.
He has been a fighter all his life.
Tlis temper has been violent at times,
but his friends say that he can be as
gentle as a child. z j
Half Moon and Clermont to Be placed
on Lakes in Parks.
Associated Press.
New York, Oct. 6. —The reproduetion
of Henry Hudson'; exploring vessel,
the Half Moon, which took a central
part in the Hudson-Fulton celebration,
will be permanently placed in a lake in
Prospect park, Brooklyn, where it will
continue in exhibition. The Clermont
will probably be given to the Manhattan 1
park department and may be placed in !
a lake in Central park. The two vessels
will become museums containing relies ।
of the first exploration of the Hudson ;
river and of the first application of
steam to navigation.
Associated Press.
Portland, Ore., Oet. 6. —Arthur G. I
Wright, who was arrested last Satur -
day during the visit of President Taft |
to this city while-attempt ing to take a
photograph of the president, pleaded
guilty yesterday to the charge of car-
rying concealed weapons and was re
leased. Wright, when arrested, had a |
revolver in his. possession.
It is non-secret, non-alcoholic and has a record of forty years of cures.
Ast Your Neighbors. They probably know of some of its many cures.
If you want a book that tells all about woman's diseases, and how to cur*
them at home, send 21 one-cent stamps to Dr. Pierce to pay cost of moiling
onty, and he will send you a fret copy of his great thousand-page illustrated
Common Sense Medical Adviser—revised, up-to date edition, in paper cover*.
In handsome cloth-binding, 31 stamps. Address Dr. R.V. Pierce, Buffalo, N.Y.
Despair and Despondency
No one but a woman can tell the story of the suffering, the
despair, and the despondency endured by women who carry
a daily burden of ill-health and pain because of disorders and
derangements of the delicate and important organs that are
distinctly feminine. The tortures so bravely endured com*
pletely upset the nen es if long continued.
Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription is a positive cure for
weakness and disease of the feminine organism.
It allays inflammation, heals ulceration and soothes pein.
It tones and builds up the nerves. It fits for wifehood
and motherhood. Honest medicine dealers sell it, and
have nothing to urge upon you as “ just as good.'*
Robbed Victim and Then Threw
the Body Into Oconee River,
He Implicates Another,
Associated Preas.
Athens, Ga.. Oct. 6.—After confess
ing that he murdered and robbed Von
derail Kennon, a young‘white man of
। this eity and then threw the body into
the Oconee river. Bud Whiteman, a ne
gro, who is in jail here on a minor
The partially decomposed body of
Kennon was found in the river near
here early thia week. He had been
missing for some days and his friends,
fearing that he had met with foul
play, dragged the river, finding the
body weighed down with rocks. The
skull had been crushed with some heavy
instrument, presumably an axe.
Hoarseness in a child subject to croujf
is a sure indication of the approach
of the disease. If Chamberlain's Cough
Remedy is given at once or even after
the croup cough has appeared, it will
prevent the attack. Contains no poi
son. Sold by all druggists.
Lobert. 208 S. Alamo street, makes
suits that ratisfy; prices right.
• < a - - ■ .’
Associated Press.
Wellington. Kas., Oct. 6.—lt is not s
violation of the state prohibition law
to import liquor from other states, ac
cording to a ruling by Judge C. L.
Swarts, hr the district court here yes
terday. The ruling refused to permit
the test case to go to a jury.

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