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San Antonio light and gazette. [volume] (San Antonio, Tex.) 1909-1911, November 05, 1909, Image 9

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I — OPENS TOMORROW —I
INTERNATIONAL FAIR
I OF SAN ANTONIO I
I ELEVENTH ANNUAL EXPOSITION |
I Great Military and Civic CHILDREN’S DAY | Formal Opening of the Fair by I I
I Inaugura! Parade at 11 o’clock =cmLD!IEN FREE 0N OPENING D»Y= GOV. T||BS. M. Campbell | I
I J CHILDREN’S DAY I ■ II
| INAUGURAL RACES = FIRST EVENT 2.15 P, HI,
In A 11\| ® rea * s er,a * ec l a^a “Battle in the Clouds” and Magnificent Man- I
I ■ r\ lIN hattan Beach Fireworks. First Performance Sunday Night at 8:15 I
I I J 'sl'r£“’ 1 That Automobile “Thriller” is a Feature Sunday Afternoon T
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Has No Graveyard
and Don’t Want Any
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South Dakota Town Will Not ■
Allow Burial of Man Killed
Outside City Limits.
j
AasociaUd Pre>(. , j (
Lebeau, S. D., Nov. s.—ln an indig .
nation meeting yesterday leading citi- i
neiis protested against the burial in i
or near this city of tbe body of L. T. 1
LC R E PIT 1
Have You
Investigated
The convenience of our liberal credit system; and what
beautifuhgarments weare offering on easy payments?
Our showing of Fall Apparel for men and women
never was more varied or as comprehensive. A small
payment down and weekly installments is all we ask.
Call and you’ll be convinced we are offering the best
values in the city.
HOYLE & RARICK
22PA_EAST HOUSTON STREET
FHIDAY,
Perkins, aged 50, who was killed about
two miles from town when his automo
bile turned turtle on Wednesday.
This town has no graveyard and docs
not want any.
Public spirited citizens, immediately
Perkins body was taken from beneath
the machine,'began contributing toward
a fund to sepd it post haste to Mellette.
S. n.. WO miles cast, to the nearest
undertaker.
This action was halted by the unex-
Men’s Fall Suits
Elegantly tailored and cut
In the very latest models,
priced at from $l2 to $3O.
Women’s Tillered Sults
An elegant showing in
the newest fall models,
at $15.00 and up.
Womta’t Janey Salts
Wan SB's Fall Skirls
Wonea’s Oas-Plsos Dresses
Wemsa’s Fall Hats
Cklllrea’s Salts
Mee’s sad Wemsa’s Shoes
i N'ashau. N. D.. Nos. s.—Bank “seen
, rities" with a fhce value of a.quarter
of a million dollars were sold at auc
tion yesterday for one hundred dollars
by Lester P. Thurber, assignee of the
I Security Trust company of Nashau an I
Grand Fork. N. D., his final act bi
[ winding up the affairs of the defun.-t
I institution.
SAN ANTONIO LIGHT AND OAZETTE
peeted arrival of a Mellette undertaker
to dress the body.
This.>■ the first time an embalmer
Ims tried to operate in Lebeau. It is
taken to mean that relatives living
near Athens, Texas, will try to inter
Perkins body here, mount a headstone
on the spotless Dakota plain and create
a graveyard.
This is the first death in»or near Le
beau during its fifty years as a town.
Inasmuch as the accident occurred two
miles from town the municipal record
i« yet clear and the rights of Perkins’
iclatives to bury his body within the
corporate limits is questioned.
WANTED IN ITALY ON
CHARGE OF PATRICIDE
Associated Press.
New York,"Nov. 5. —Manacled hand
and foot, Paolo Carminita, who is want
ed in Italy on a charge of murdering
his father six years ago has been
brought here from Vera Cruz, Mexico,
on the Spanish liner Montevideo. The
man, who is a giant in stature, fought
constantly against being taken home
and so strenuous were his efforts after
the vessel sailed that he was put in
irons and loeked in a cell aboard ship.
The same vessel will convey hitn from
here to Italy.
ILLINOIS D. A. R. IS
NEAR UNTO DEATH
Associated Press.
I’reeport. Ilk. Nov. 4. —Eienora Zim ]
merman, aged 86, daughter of Nicholas I
Ickes, who fought three years in the!
revolutionary war under George Wash-'
ington, is near death at her home in ‘
Dakota. Ills., as the result of a stroke
of paralysis. Her father was twice j
married,'Mrs. Zimmerman being his!
nineteenth child.
She is an Isonorary member of the
local chapter, D. A. R.
LAWYER WINS PRIZE
AS HORTICULTURIST
Associated Press.
New York, Nov. s.—Samuel Unter
mover, the well known lawyer, has
been awarded the prize by the Horti
cultural society for a single chrysanthe
mum plant, 9 feet iu diameter, 30 feet
• n circumference and bearing more than .
1000 large and perfect blooms. The
lodges at the society’s annual exhibi- I
(ion declared it to be the most perfect |
chrysanthemum plant ever grown.
$250,000 WORTH OF
‘ SECURIIES” FOR $lOO
10 m COMKIOII
1081 OF GOVIRHMEItT
Suburb of New York Will Be
First City in New York
State to Test the Plan.
Associated Press.
Now York, Nov. s.—Mount Vernon,
one of New York’s largest suburbs, has
adopted the “Des Moines plan,’’ and
according to the poll of Tuesday's vote
it will be the first city in this state to
try the commission plan, including the
“recall.” The plan contemplated is
similar to that now in operation in
Gloucester and Haverhill, Mass.; Gal
veston and Houston, Tex., and Los An
geles, Seattle and other western cities.
The entire city government is to be
consolidated into three bureaus, the
finance bureau taking over the duties
of the comptroller, treasurer, receiver of
taxes, assessor and city clerk; the pub
lic safety bureau having charge of the
police and fire departments and the de
partment of charities and the public
works bureau, covering everything
Right in the
heart of Dixie
is produced the finest syrup
this or any other land affords.
Velva
Breakfast Syrup
It’s the pure juice of the
cane for which the old Louisi
ana plantations are so famous.
For sale by all grocers.
Penick & Ford. Ltd.
NEW ORLEANS, LA.
which now comes under the street and
sewer departments.
The heads of these bureaus are elect
ed for five years, but on a petit ion of
26 per cent of the voters, a recall elec
tion can be held and any of them can
be removed from office.
For Over Fifty YearJ
MRS. WINSLOW’S SOOTHING SYRUP
Has been used tor over FIFTY YEARS
l>V MH.LIONS of MOTHERS tor their
OHII.DKEN WHILE TEETHING with
PERFECT SUCCESS. It SOOTHES the
CHILD. SOFTIES the GUMS. ALLANS
all PAIN; CURES WIND COLIC, and Is
I lie best remedy for DIARRHOEA Sold
by Druggists In every part of the world
He sure and ask for ’’Mrs. Winslow s
Soothing Svrup,” anil take no other kina.
25c. a bottle.
MINISER TO CHINA.
Oscar T. Crosby of Warrenton. Va._ Is
Said to Be Under Consideration
for Post.
Associated Press.
Washington, N<h. 5. —The name of
Oscar T. Crosby, of Washington and
Warrenton, Va., has been added to
those mentioned here in connection wit a
the United States ministership to j
China.
The report is current that Secretary
of State Knox has selected Mr. Cros
by and that President Taft lias Ids
name under consideration.
Mr. Crosby is an electrical engineer
by profession, although of late years
be has won fame as an explorer and
writer. He is a graduate of West Point
hut gave up his commission in the j
army.
FAVORS FISHERMEN.
Decision of Judge Lovett on Game Pre
serve Which Is Against Hunting
Clubs.
Associated Press.
.Peoria, 111., Nov. 5. —United Stales
Master in Chancery Robert H. Lovett,
in the United States circuit court ren
dered a first report in the case of Alex
ander C. Ayres, representing the Thomp
son Lake Rod and Gun club vs. Cor
nelius Broyle and others yesterday,
which, if confirmed by United States
Judge J. Otis Humphrey, will imperil
the rights of all hunting clubs which
include open waters in their pre
serves.
The report may be considered a par
tial victory for fishermen in their fight
for the right to fish in Thompson lake,
Fulton county, which is claimed by the
Thompson Lake Rod and Gun club, com
posed nf Indianapolis persons, as a part
of their preserves. Harry 8. New. of
is president, of the club.
Many school children suffer from
constipation, which is often the cause
of jeeming stupidity nt lessons. Cham
berlain's Stomach and Liver Tablets
are an ideal medicine to give a child,
for they are mild and gentle in their
effects, and will cure oven chronic con
stipation. Sold by all druggists.
“Fox Studio,” coupons good any time.
CHICAGO HILI HAVE
GRAND OPERA SEASON
More Facts Come to Light Re
garding Shaffer Lease on
the Auditorium.
Associated Press.
Chicago, Nov. 5.—A gigantic system
of interchangeable opera, giving Chi
cago virtually the continuous services
of all the greatest operatie artists dur
ing an entire winter season, is to be an
outgrowth of the eity's newly establish
ed grand opera venture.
With the arrival from New York yes
today of John C. Shaffer, publisher of
the Chicago Evening Post, who has
MOTHERS -fru »
who have delicate children should try
ym©i
Mrs. C. Allen, of New Bedford, Mass., had two puny children,
which were restored to perfect health by Vino’. If it should fail
with your child, wc will refund your money. Please try it.
A. M. FISCHER, DruiUist, San Antonio.
SAN ANTONIO ~~ —
KERRVILLE
C FbRS A L E :
• 18M acres located 7 miles southeast of Stockdale and surveyed Into •
■ tracts ot 166 to 360 acres each, some improved and others unimproved. •
• Soil black sandy snd shelly mesquite land, clay subsoil. Near church •
J and'school. Reasonable prices and terms. For full particulars writ* «
:E. B. Chandler, CROCKETT ST. S
NOVKMHEK 5. Um*.
purchased the Auditorium theater lease
of Klaw A Erlanger for the establish
ment of the Chicago Grand Opera com
pany, several new details of the project
tan.e to light. The most striking of
these is the fact that arrangements
have already been made for the estab
lisl ment of a “gentlemen’s agree
ment," whereby the greatest American
and European stars, beginning next sea
son. are to be “syndicated” throughout
the country instead of being retained
in one citv.
The focal points of the arrangement
wiil be the Metropolitan Opera company
in New York, the Boston Opera ccom
pany and the projected Grand
Opera company.
During the negotiations in New York,
oplion contracts were entered into with
several of the metropolitan stars by
which they are to be exchanged at fre
quent intervals with members of the
Chicago company and similar arrange
ments are to be made with the Boston
organization.
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