Orange Daily Tribune. (Orange, Tex.), Vol. 2, No. 238, Ed. 1 Saturday, January 2, 1904 Page: 4 of 4
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Read the ad of the Sabine Clothing
Mr. and Mm. Womack Bpent several
days in L*ke Charlen
J. P. Marta, of Lake Charlea, 1b In
Orange on business today.
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Victims of .the .Chicago .Pirn .Now
Number MS. Thlrty.Four
, School Teacher* Lost.
By Associated Press.
Chicago, Jan. 2 —The total number
of corpses recovered from the Irrl-
quols Theatre fire stands today at 586
an compared to 582 yesterday.
Of those thirty remain unidentified.
Previous reports gave the number re-
maining unidentified as twenty-one,
but It developed that a mistake In
numbere had been made at Roles tones
morgue and the corrected total added
nine to the list of unidentified doad.
The church bells all over the city
were tolled during the noon hour by,
special request of Mayor Harrison. It
us strongly recommended by promi-
'Managers WJH J. DavlB and Harry
Powers, of the lrriquois theatre and
City Building Inspector Williams were
formally charged with manslaughter
today and held in $14,000 bonds.
Another unidentified body of a wo-
man, which had been overlooked, was
found today in, the morgue. A ticket
was found on the body which read:
"Detroit to Chicago." ,
A thorough analysis of the composi-
tion of the "asbestoa" curtain of the
lrriquois theatre 1b being made by
the city chemists. The curtain was
consumed by flames, although the city
ordinances require absolutely fire
The city hall, except the absolutely
necessary departments, was closed to-
day. The board of trade closed an
hour earlier than usual. A number of
mercantile establishment* also closed
early. The large retail dry goods es-
tablishments remained open on ao-
count of the enormous demand for
Thirty-four teachers in the public
schools are known to have lost their
Uves and the schools will remata
closed Monday In honoQ of their
"I «aid, 'Queens and threes.' <
"Ha said, 'That's mine.'
" 'Well,' I said, 'I've a nine nest'
"And he said, 'So have I.'
"There were our two handis Iden-
tically the sama. We didn't endeavor
to consider any prorlty lp the suits,
but divided the pot and thought It a
vfry odd occurrence."
"THE «READ OF LIFE."
Peculiar Ways of the Oriental Market
In the market place the Seller of
Bread sits on his heels, with his wares
in a large, flat basket before him.
"Hoi" he erles. "Come and boy;
come, buy the Bread of Life, without
money and without price!"
He «laps the flat, round cakes with
rosounding thwacks to emphasise
tbelr size and solidity.
Should you try to take him at his
word, however, he will assure you.
with profound salaams, "All that I
have Is yours, my lord, but I have
many children, and If 1 bring not home
the price of the kouskous' (the favorite
native disfiT. my mother-in-law will
Hmlte me on the cheek with her shoe."
Ah Oriental will never speak of his
wife to strangers. ■
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LISTEN TO THE CHILDREN.
•H. E. Hannlgfort. of Beaumont,
spent yesterday here on business.
* Miss Pearl McClanohan has been
eeriouBly ill for the past week but is
Coyle and hie mother left, on a
¡Tng train for a short vtsit to
• Miss. Minnie Oreen went to Houston
«this morning and will be there several
days visiting relatives.
Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Slade, and child-
ren returned this morning from Beau-
Mrs. Conley and daughter, of Dew-
eyville, were in Orange yesterday
Pisa, Is here
R. Griffith, of the tug
from Beaumont this
The more you buy at the Sabine,
the more you save.
Mrs. C. E. Slade returned this morn-
ing from a visit to Mr. Slade at
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Archie Watson, of Kirbyville. is
here tor several days the guest of the
family of D. W. Howell.
Ralph Calhoun, traveling for H. T.
Cotton, of New Orleans, was hero last
night .to visit friends and attend the
New Year's Ball.
Wilbur Longfellow has returned
from Sllsbee. where he has been
working as extra in the G. B. A K. C,
freight office during the rush of boll
dsy business. 'if
sum? one slashed and almost de-
stroyed a set of harness belonging to
" W. Parker last night, when Mrs.
Iter left the horse hitched In front
of the Rein building. Nothing in the
was disturbed. There Is no
as to who did the deed.
Julia Moss and Fannie
after spending very pleas-
Christmas In Orange With their
returned to Wheeling. W.
Miss Moas Is one of the
directors, and Miss Brown a
at Mount DeChantal
C. Harford, president of the
: company, after spend
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Miss Martha Mccann, f<rmerly nf
Orange, but now a trained nurse In
the sanitarium at Shreveport, is In Or-
ange visiting the family of N. Burton,
Jr. Miss Martha has many warm
friends in Orange who are glad to see
her back and glad to know that she
hae made such a success in the posi-
tion to which she has decided to de-
vote her life.
Holland Hotel Arrivals.
Fred J. Getty, Jennings, La.
Julius Ramsey Deweyville.
W. L, Longfellow. Sllsbee.
MrB. Conley and daughter., Dewey.
H. Jones and wife, Watervllle, Kas
Cha?. D. Dlckenttheets, New York.
Mtxye Wicks, Houston.
W. Ralph Calhoun, New Orleans.
8. B. Gueno, Crowley.
F\ C. Hanford, New York.
Wm. Taylor. Port Arthur.
F. H. Bryon, Kansas City.
J. Lee Hereford, froodbury, La.
J. M. Thresher, Beaumont.
D. D. Harford. DeQulncey.
Excellent Advice Given by Writer In
Good Housekeeping. '■('
We must not only-be ready to talk
to and advise children, but also to
listen while they talk, says a writer
in Good Housekeeping. Give the same
attention a* to your most welqome
guest. Often some little incident of
the day related surte a conversation
he Island of
California, and le ruled
entirely by the women. Formerly the
tribe nurnberedl about fi.000, but Is
shrunk to a few hundred, living a
of almost complete isolation, and re-
fusing to intermarry with any of the
Indians of the main land. Pood and
fresh water are scarce on Tiburón, it and gle
but what la left of the tribe Is healthy
and vigorous, and has always main-
tained Its Independence, fighting vali-
antly for it when weeeasary
woman Is master of the household.
and m council at matrons to at the
head of pubHa affairs, the
lug no voice in tbem. They have a
nominal chief, who is a man. bat hs
has no authority, and any assumption
of It would bring the women about his
ears like a nest of hornets. ■ 1
not say much for the wisdom of to-
mato government that the tribe Is so
rapidly dying off. but it would prob-
ably be no better with men at the
bead of Its inconsiderable but
interesting affairs. -
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DEVOTION OF A DOG.
amased at the grasp and
of the mind of my son, not yet six,
on the whys and wherefores and right
and wrong of things. Have I not rea- ,
son to hope that the talks we have . "~® 1
now, truly 'heart to heart," will help Ci'r* boay
htm to consider and decide for the
right in after years? The acts and
conversation of grown persons seem
ofttimes coarse and defective when
Judged through ¿he eyes and ears ut
a child. I have to be constantly mak-
ing excuses to my boy for what be
sees and hears. I am trying to de-
velop in him the power to consider the
character of people, and right and
wrong Both glrln uud boys need this
LITTLE MIRRORS THE HEST.
There will be services by the First
Baptist church at the tent Sunday at
¿1 a. m. and ,7:30 p. m.
Preaching by Bro. Theo. Hi
gave two soul-stirring
Sunday school at 3 p. m.
C. B. PAYNE.
Joe Onager has retired from the
firm of Crager Bros. Hi# interact was
purchased by Harry Crager, the flrm
continuing as before, Crager Bros.
HENRY A. CRAGER.
Orange, Texas. Dec. 86. 1903.
|p. THREE MORE ARRESTS.
Managers of Irlquois Theatre and City
Building Inspector Incarcerated.
By Associated Press.
Chicago, Jan. Í,—■The Inter Ocean
says: "Warrants have been issued for
the arrest of Wl® ,®avis and Harry
Powers, proprietors and managers of
the Iiiphuis Theatre, and George Wll-
HamB, city bntlding inspector, on a
criminal eharge of manslaughter.
Justice Underwood idsued the war-
rants and it was agreed thai the ac,
«Used should appear today before
Justice Underwood and give bonds. ||
I itow Out the Gas.
ley and Oeorge
pectlvely 18 and j
His Master Dead, Life Was No
: af vatua. ..
In the case of the captan of an artB-
I lery ffontfaij^Pl Carolina, mM
quite broad and impersonal, and 1 am] WM hilled tn the civil w r th«; officer's
HBáAfe pet .dog láy moaning upon tbe grava
o' his master, refusing to eat or drttik.
for three days, and ther. died.
instance Is all tbe more re-
Cram the fact that the oto
did not reach the family
home In Columbia until a week after
The dog met it at the gate,
by Instinct that the coffin contained his
pAescl •,master, lay under It in tbe par-
lor until the funeral, when he
the procesa loo to the grave.
AN EXPERIMENT WfTM
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large nutnbeni oí crows and
Lai^c Glasses Do Not Refleet as Well two
as the Small Cnea. , The diraotxar n( th atatloa ol tbe Oer-
it the aiti-rors of t*Mt#y the light Is man Ornithological Society at Rosslt-
reflectad by a layer oí ullveT ot an ten proposes to try a
ar-mlgmn tf tiu, but a pioportloa of meat with
light is lost in the process of reflec rings bearing a
tion, and the In. ga Is less luminous
tnan the original The value of a
:i3«king'g!a*s is u^ally estimated by
tne thickness of tbe g~
cause tfhe thicker It Is the
It must>e. But speaking scientlfical
I) thick glasses are defective, because
the outlines of the Image reflected are
1<*|* -clearly define^ An tdéal mirror
1 one with a perArt'y flat aurfaoe.
Hut it is only posVfble to obtain this
roaglt In comparatively email _
7 be larger glasses do not seflect a
Image, because It Is not
make them quite flat
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year, and will ask friends to do
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Rein, Charles M. Orange Daily Tribune. (Orange, Tex.), Vol. 2, No. 238, Ed. 1 Saturday, January 2, 1904, newspaper, January 2, 1904; Orange, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth183008/m1/4/: accessed November 22, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Lamar State College – Orange.