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*1% «Τ%ΧΛΝΛ(1ΠΚ. ΤΚΧΑΛ. TTKHHAV , \M|U Η DAILY LIGHT. β. I sut Τ M!*·*·· m* We search the world's markets fur best thing·. Ν » purer foods can be found than those we sell, and we work on a •-mall margin >t profit. It νου want purity and cleanliness, come here to buy. "TJ.B.HINES BOTTLED AND CANNED GOODS We have one of the most complete lines to be found in the citv. Phone us your order. We have it if its in cans or bottles. Roy Connally & Co. When you are in need of Groceries Phone us your wants and I will deliver the goods. For your Cakes, Bread and other dainty articles it is necessary for you to use RED TOP FLOUR, E,. C. LUMLEY, Both Phones ο You Know ΓΛ.ν-Τ That you could buy as fresh - butter and eggs from us during the summer as you can in winter? You can. We get them fresh from the country and immediately put them on ice. That keeps them fresh as weil as does cold weather. Old phone ρ SMITH Ô CO. New 30 A μκιήίμ; wh.i, tj.osi: tonkjht livaiigi'lisi* lloeii ami C oiiraii (■·> I'l'oiu Η<·ι·«· to Palestine. The meeting at the Main Street Christian < hureh will close tonight The intention was to continue through this week, hut Bvaugellst Hot'ii changed his plans The i lltirch at Palestine is anxious to begin their meeting on Kaster which will lie next Sunday and as Μ τ ΙΙοβιι wishes to go hooie for .· few days In for· his nexi meeting he «ill dos»· tiere tonight II·' has 1 married mure than eighteen veins and th·· first bub> in the home Is onl> -ix weeks old. and in Mi lloen ι·*ρι·. - ••s It) "just about this long itwelvt inches ι and it would he next to ini possible for hltn to hold anothei -u· ceeiful meeting without •••■ing Josephine .nid th· b«h> ii·' win Ira*·· fui Hrittiinii omurro» mm it ing and Mr Coniad *ili go to Cub • tne to prep.ι·· thi· ι huit for 'he ·■.■ ginning of the meeting. These gentlemen have won foi themselves a permanent place in the affections of very many of the citizens of Waxahachie They have been uniformly courteous and Kind While Mr Hoen has not shrunk, ai am tflme, from proclaiming what lie believes to be the truth of the Word of (iod. In* lias uevet forgotten that to be a Christian one must first be a gentleman His >ermons have been scripturnl <nd interesting .tnd effective HI?- extensive travels in % this and m foreign la n«! I ;» ν « 1»»*μι wisel> u «·(] to add intereM and point to his sermon* Mr Conrad in \(>ιιηκ man of rare talent and power m oiiu He ι η .ι splendid Ι» μιΙιί aid »u - .»!«»- l·.ι \ »· been *u< h '·«»»! 11 »· l'M iloii and in rendition. h.» ν » η·»' nul· l»e«Mi much enjo% ed. ι s m ha*» toiuhed the hearts of π».m wh» ha ν ι heard The*»· gentlemen will from th« > \r \ earning with them the · ■ :···«■ uni be*t wishes of our peop:· M I i oe η h il! p;ea<h hi·* · ·' • t » il vi Conrad m*; ' ι ' » ut ?■«■«.' .»|*iuht m» f i· - th»· pre fit » ··!>.« iiu il t*he\ ν. \ . £la< !.. ι . : heii f r fce ttd · ··.» η» ! !»>«! » hem t »«>* h| -1» ν # Vh* « hurrl tut the «s ungeHst,* »-* n«l .« p*cla Mtt^î' !ΐ.·ί»η tn»th to ih»»·· tht tsMam 1 wh·» h»«td no ι hurch n»ei*ther#Mi , ι < · nd '» th* pre t . ii M' · \· i«l IMii f I *··» I «a» Tri H»r,b lu, W* «tjh* of «lai· rua, tri* «h»t ι lu 16* vorkMl .Hi <b. Triait I Hf9i· V <tti ' ». » ■ ' ■ l.r«» «I «orfc R^r kl. rit, .« 1 f# » MMIVfcg itthlr Iwt1»* b\ V| ' , V«»ii«»· to Our « \\* are tf» <e th.* * Hon#? &b4 Tir for # \ti.\ ting ♦ro.. '<*·- · · -f?e< *iN4 h* » he national mm 'Ittic >*· ·· *1 no npiaf(*i f* <>t&er naî il Irug »n«i ν τψ· ^TVîmf^;' * *- ' ; ffcl!d*^o R VV FVi ·, - TO BANISH (lAtlRLEKS J ! Irjctlflarr htmxti fcy ttc ivMvviH \m »f Jeff Nclcm. I i - A I j Viinlti! .Marrh I'· I'rnniiHril by jthi foul inurd· th»· ««urred lu furl Worth Krlda* Senator H«rbt won ye#t#rda\ mottling ht I rod υ e*»! In ! h· << ntne » t·ill that i α death blow . ιο the gambler In speaking of hi» 1 'bill. Senator Harbison ««Id 1 Intro (tin·,! this bill I mm-<t h ι» I thought tin- law Inadequate «Ith re fe rente I to gambling and the running of t l· untiling houses The people are dc- ' mantling th»· enfoiirmcnt of the la* J on every hand and If It tali·*» the j lives of good people (hey intend toi enforce the law wherever It In ν to-I iated I am therefore In favor of ranking the law with reference to ; gambling so strict that It will either drive the gam blent from the state or send them to the penitentiary The motto of the people of the present dav Bi'em? to Ih' enforce the law rio matter what the coat shtjll be We , had Just as well now let the lawless element know that the people who are opposed to these things are go ing to govern tills alate It would be a slander upon the founders of this ι government to hji> that thj· people ι are Inadequate to enforce their ow n will Houston, Travis and Crockett, the host of patriots that died for our republic would have lived and died in vain unless the people nre pernilt . ted to enact and enforce the laws that govern this country. I I' TO THK M.VWOKKN. ΤΙ»*· Crisis Is Said to Have lieeii Reached in \rgoti at ionv Chicago. 111., March 26. Λ crisis has been reached in the negotiations between the railroads throughout the west and their employes over the wage question, and "It's up to the general managers," according to representatives of the fifty thousand railroad employes who have voted I to strike unless their demands are . , complied with. The reply of the gen ■ eral matttieni to this luntiment li j "We have conceded alt fe can." At 10 o'clock this morning botl· sides met in conference and unless , there is a back down oil one side or , the other the most gigantic strike In the history of transportation in this country appears imminent. For ty railroads with a trackage of 95, . 000 miles and an annual payroll of $320,000,000 are standing together, representing one-third of the rail road transportation business of the country. Opposed to this aggregation of capitalists are the Brotherhood of I Railway Trainmen, with a member- j ship of HO,000 men, and the Order of J Railway Conductors, with a mem bership of 4Γ>.οοο. The men demand an increase of 12 Va per cent and a working day of nine hours. The gen eral managers have offered a 10 per cent Increase without the nine-hour work daj The work of counting the ballots cast by the men «us completed at midnight la*t night The official figures will not bt- announced until the men meet with the general man agers. lint it was san! last night that fttlh !·.*> per cent of Hit· tllelt voti'd ill favor of lulling ι strIk·· unless theii demand- wwi· ..ι.ιn' ■ ·ι 1 \ 4 Intime ίιι r,iiijiiiH'i>. s·mi -offt«4al iinnouiirrment mail·· ι hat I I » Dm le. r ; a \ « lirm liilHH I foi ι hf» Hnnsfoll .i II(J T. \ (♦•jural. i*« oon to rt»tirr from 111♦ service of thai road and that h· i t<» l·· mum «·♦ ·l>\ Q HarvUoti in railroad clr«l«> If * \p« « led that : offhtal confirmation of M Har\i <on >· appoint merit *i!| I»»· «nflrm·! about \prll I Mr lluriiMm Ih quit»'I ·· > |l ll ' a r Willi all th· · nglneflM»!» · ih« (Yntrtfl .1 nd the\ · ipr« i*s them-i s . . Im i:..: Ii J 4: h ' « ν f .1 ' if led v* t r » th«· m li-filon mad** for a -ur« »»-ot 1 to Mi [Hivl· Mr Mirvlnoii tu an e* j Ρ» ru in »niI '-ιικΙβη·! illd I* thorough \\ familiar *1*1» »*wr> part of rail i oat! !·»« ««mot |\»'·■» If M* ur>I>olnnieiu 1-. i « ··'.'■■ · .·■: ^ > lot r«»t|ti» » a milt)!»*»! <»f « hans·-» >1 the matter ( »f handling ' ^ιιο*' «bit h h·* thinks *111 iir»o · « oQiinili || t»» » ht· r*>ad \ ϋ»· ♦ m· t»t t · !■«« ht following ' t» ? fir to « jo#*· ι»1.·· place» οί 'm*· » ',Λ y» tu «"trt^Hftf Katar m rhï+ *imt> te ***»< , i:\iiii r hk«» y » ' · <> « Κ ΙΙΓΟΟΙ,ΡΗ TRAIN ROBBERY CASE ifcrrr Jar*r> Stmti to Try Ml Tatar 1er (oft·· Irit Affair Ν » w fkwttfit, J.·» March î» The caw of the Siai< of Tense v* j BUI ΤλΙ·«·[ Iitdl· ted 1'.-t robber), w a# a Ile.I here \ e « !. r <1 a "> a η <1 both Mid*-?» •DD<>nio<l read* 'or triai After th»· initial prellnilnartrs the court went Into th·· work of m>1«mUnit a Jtir> anil ιhn . η»·η »· re obtained befori» th·· 'la% was ov«*r It le thouKht that a Jiirt will I»· m·· urcd toda* «α·1 that lh<· progri'xû on th·· ι a»·· from that | Mm»· on will I»· rapid Tin· trliil of Tabor Ik the out growth of th·· noted train robbery of the Cotton Belt train at H'dwatet In liowl»· count}. 1 t**i 1. I "J β Λ Th·· j train was not hi-ld up and onl> th»· i express i,ir w as molested Th·· rob- ! tier* was not discovered ntilll oomo ! tint·· after It had o<< tirrod and Me» KHiiKcr Will Orlssptt wan then miss ing front the rar. II·· wan finally found lying unconscious by fhe «Id·· of th·· track Hi remained uncon scious In the company hospital at Texarkana. ΙΙηκ·τΙημ between life and death for thirty days and then recovered Tin* robbers are supposed to have · gotten about $s,doii from th·· car, j and Dec. 26 Tabor was arrested at ' San Antonio and charged with the j crime. He was Indicted for It and It Is on this Indictment that he Is now j on trial ItKI» SHIIITS ΤΛΠΟΟΚ1). Kaly Section Men >lu*l Vot Wear ] Them While ut Work No more will the red shlrted sec-1 tlon man be a picturesque figure I along the line of the Missouri, Kan-ι sas and Texas. Hed shirts are ta- j booed—for section men—by ψ Ken- I eral order which has been issued by General Superintendent Ε. M. Al I vord of the Katy line· north of [oenlson. Mr. Alvord aaye that they are not to be worn, and· In future It will be worth a aeotton foremanΊ Job to allow one of "nln men to fomi to work wearing a shirt of passion ate red. This order. It fe believed will cause riots and strikes where Mexican laborers are employed on the Katy, for almost without excep tion they prefer to work in red. The cause of the order is said toi be an Investigation in which an en- j glneer cleared himself of the charge | of passing a red flag bv saying that j he mistook the fhig for the red shirt j of a section laborer. The engineer) came clear, but it was hard on the j ifctrti. Ij GOT HIS HAIR BACK. M'aa Perfectly Bald When Hp Started | I to I'm Newbro'· tlerpletde . Frederick Manuel), Maryland block. Butte, Montana, bought a bottle of New Jro'a Herplclde. April 6. "Ό and began to i iae It lor entire baldness The hair fol Icles In his scalp were not de.id and In !0 days he had hair all over his head. 1 3n July 2 he writes, "and today my hair s as thick and luxuriant as any onn ?ould wish." N'ewbro's Herplclde works 1 sn an old principle and with a new die "overy— destroy the psu<» and you re move the effect Herplclde destroy· the j jerm that causes dandruff falling hair, iind finally baldness so that with the rause cone the effect cannot r--rnaln Stops filling hair at once and a new rrowth starts Sold by leading lrug*l~t« Sen l 10c in 1 imps for sample to Tho Herbicide Co. Detroit Mich 1 Γ wo I rents nnd ! I "0 II) H il» A ' I III.IV I >!*tlttXisl* >ι\ οι;<ί:ι> (οι ιί,κ ι:κϊ μτκη. , Ι Jai'i'iage Tiike* Plaee After Xtrivnl | of Former Wife from KaM. Ai ihe < '< >!icl il h i ο ii of * h ♦- serviee ' it ill»· Raptisi church Sunday night iid after ι ht* audience had dispersed! he rites <.f matrimon> wen· célébra j t'd between* Mr. S I Needham and I ►iis Ksteile Xeedhani, tit·· bride l»t* UH tin· divorced wife of tin· xroom îhe arrived that night from th« fast ι nut was met it t te depot b> het for- j ner husband \ inens·· hawnu .t-en >rocured few ijay· before the cou >!» wtiit 1 *»nt · to t h* Hapt ist ; ■hurch when tb·" weii· reunited h> ' he pj»>to! Ke\ \\ M \» vir»> M ! Illd -I ! Needha U; 1 < miHV H'opU and I id t»» · η -a-'puratet! sev eral month- Through friend* and' elattN»- a ret onciiiittion was effet t ι •d and the coup!» derided foi the iiN'oad tint» to enter into a mat H iMiniul alliance Mi \ee«Jhnm h.»> b**»n in Wax* ; mthii ·» e ν e r a ! montt* Het an-· »»f · »a**f fa mi I \ trot! bleu h* .i-">utne(i the ; irtii»*· «'t ('»<ϋ t>eni«i i(mir hi·» «ι . rival iu the * if % and tlitik th< <11*- j iKft* tueti' - Mwrwt) .4 ti«| hi for j iîieν* If*· wiM·1 hnppilv atlJfuaUNi »»u|\ j t ft-'Λ <> t - j ι <»* intimate Γ :»-nd kin·» ht^ it'iti name For *iuite tlm·» >a*t he Ha* be«*t> employed at th** l: * - ' < * *1 f:i of» (Π*·!· ! · ♦ »'< ? Uetfl U'ti' tlil ·- tltr llriU » Μ ·μΙ Mr Vi*"tih.llli λ Ut |π «It* »t·;*·» ï te \% ,Μ% tha lilt- s toi i'· w*U continue in the -m pi* m me ο t of 'h« HâlitrtftuR) Vlrii \» . tlhaftt !» tide «Uttfffct^r «»f *vlWit»m«t#r H W KIMmr >»i ■ ·. I.mt NucltaK Mr naît Mi· J Τ Hfllluii of TriBH ι Int. *■«*>'< iddlMW! *» mr. the t t raarn ui* of fhel ImlltM Μ·μ ΛΙΜ· la <k· fnthmllt "II n<l Mr* *u. <»*«■ 1Ψ (i ·( Horn·» < ι -. «wo »t Mr Mrrtm mt 'Mr éWNÉUr. Ah It*· · Mr «fiftr·*» IU<tt-.nBi| "imtih W.im . urgiiK \pti< l*«T » "in ·» t '«V *» '.i m** \\ .\aha : hi*- TVlA» Rc l the AdTTrtlM-BMrftti We Are Pleased to Announce I ti ιΐ u ι· ι i\ it t»: siivJtfvlf I in pro uriru ς reliable tailor» ir..: irr now viuippt·,! '.>< >»ΐν<· V·'·» !ίI·' !'·.»>! 'il: · mt.lt !otf η I-xj» An ihi-r ι-· ' Λ · η \ ■'"·■ Oil >n u*· !.·» > . amovk torn w»w Fishing ί Τ ackle Now stovk η >u . it· r How ν wir τ ; ι · > _*■ -.|s kn \vr t "ils I rt sUvh is in ·* π i •■ r grades η ·η u !\. \γ\Λ ν· tn · " r in •l'lJlhem ) • stl ■ w ·> v-'U ur HERRING DRUG COMPANY Will You MaRe Your Appearance on Easter Sunday At tired in New Spring Clothes ? It you intend to do so— and every weiî dressed man should—you cer tainly want garments that are absolutely cor rect in every detail of cut, fabric, finish and fit. That is the sort we've got to offer you, the only sort we want to sell you and you can be positive of getting cor rectness in every de tail when you buy the Matthews Fln^^othine Every suit in every size tailored to tit perfectly; all the fashionable effects in Worsteds, Cassimeres, Tweeds and Cheviots for your choosing at ft 2.5Q to f2S.OO .,w·· k-..L M FORM TWELVE Easter Hats. Easter Oxfords. Easter Hoisery, Easter Shirts; Fancy Vests, - 3.00, 4.00 and 5.00 - 2.50, 3.50 and 5.00 ι 25c, 35c and 50c 1.00, 1.50 up to 3.00 1.50, 2.00 up to 3.50 Matthews Bro's| WE HAVE A BARGAIN in ('Diversity Vddltion. 10 l'onm cottage. block from car line, electric lights. sewerage, bath, hot and cold water, ar tesian water, servant's house Si·»· us foi special price Also ii \ el \ ile-iralile iiuine oil Ferris avenue He tan '-11 ;ou soin·- \u>ant ie>iilence prope: will! h we strongly reionmiend as an tn vi -rmen' Texas Really Co. flOLETSKlWŒYCURE Watt— ΗΜμ|· m4 DtMtr H If M Wheeler Screens > ! ' wvll in 'Act u .ither i4» in vlrv Avk The Oldham Hardware COMPANY South Side Square \t,« »· It rhr'H).