The Houston Post. (Houston, Tex.), Vol. 20, No. 309, Ed. 1 Wednesday, January 18, 1905 Page: 3 of 12
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of VitciiiliM 'j. i 'lm Iturniater
ON FAST TRAK
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;To et - rid tof Indigestion
DyipepjiaSbttf . Stomach
Belching: of Ga 'Catatrh; of .
". thcp; Stomli'dT?rzny other -
- disdrdcr :diic to ' I ndigcstion.
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Digests What You
It 1 I F .11
t hav swn i dyspeptic all my file hav tried all kinds of ;
' Cjnpp(U reined! but 'continued- la fet won. ' Could Ml
z but tlttl and iu((rtd trutly I in reduotd In velfM and
' ta down l aMhlof la atrantlh. . Aftar ualny Imt bUlta a(
H Kodol Ctytpepal Cura I bagui to Imprava aqd ain new (ulljr
. mtorad In vatghl haaJtk and atronrtn. I am new able to da
vnyewnorliandMnalhtlrl Ilka.. ? .
. V - -1 MRS. MARY S. CRICK While Plaint Ky.
. J ' .V i-.. n .. : --.ft 'ft v . i;. . ...i ...
MBit M MKillh
awu a a
vv.V;' j Sold by5A. E.lKlc5llng 50a Main Street nnd
fAisk-f or ;the 190? KODOL ALMANAC and
. . SHORT TEXAS SPECIALS. -
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Taylor. T'HM. January 17. Mr. Wi t
Avtry. an M lady slipped upon Uie'lce
and Ml brvakuif bar arm. v--..... -
' Baa Aogelo Taxu January It. tt baa
htrn decided to inua 120.00 In 4 per Mat
boadi with which to build Khftol bouaea.
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. If Idlothiaa' Tniaa; JanuaV t7-Po-
aiaatcr-alfct J. i. MrRldownny look final
chart of th portoffiea yeMtrday mora.
to- fi ii.. " j i s"
Sap Antonio Tuu ' January It Nina
rA4u Vera arreatrd. and chrgd with
(amlnf In a houaa In .the huilmaa die-"'
I riot. - - .T '
Ban Anwlo Tnu Janunry 14. The
Oaoaa 8outnMit T4n has own aold by
Hv. D. U. Wert to -Archie Cochran at.
xbmt place. .
' Temple ink.. January tf.TliV Flrrt
1 Saptlet church at thle place rotad to add
Ian to the salary of their pastor Rev.
Vrinee p. Jiurrouchs.
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Con roe Taxaa January 17. The Ccmroe-
forter Industrial cotleae was helped yea-
tarday. One fenHemaa. jaw the eonool
t3 an4 Mr. Jamea A. Baker ( eve J10J.
Dentoh( 'Texas January Th 4-yeax-.
eld daushter ol B. y. Dunn Uvtng nr
here to dead as a. nauit at bums re-
aelved wbea her elothinf eaufbt at aa
' Ofiea fii.v . r . . . i" .
i' !linW.'Tejaa Januaty Vt'.-KftJij
f.Mi.l. D.1mW mmA all
known Maptirt ' niinlater wad 'etrlckea
' with paralysla and .la reported in a aert
ouj condiUoa.-s jr . i t .
'Caraeron. Texae. January 17.-X circular
has been issued anoeunclnf a mas met
- Inf of all parties In the county who .are
Intmvted n prohlbltloa to meet at the
eeurt bouse 00 Yuesday night next.
Bryan Texat January. )7.-Mr. J. D.
Touchstone who lives In the euburb of
nryan. aiuea a nog yneteraay atteraoon.
It month old; that welalied 441 pounds
net Tbla was a record roeknr. ae con-
nSaci LeJia Texas. Jahuary IT. The
(Touad' was broken today for the ereetlon
of three handsome brjck store by tne
MoCarty estate. The contract for erect.
In the nalidmw was secured by Hugh
Putnjea. y t. -'
MEXICO CltT.-A ' Wey ahOfk' of
earthquake was felt early la the morning
ef the 14tb Instant In the city of Jalap
capital of the state of Vera Crus. ' Tho
whole of one aectlon of the Infantry bar-
" Paris tax January ill-While: tt
. i yim claims
' v . Mado in alt sizes and shapes' - Prices fS.OO to H22.0Q per 100. j
. - .j v i Among the best representatives of this brand are the .
- mrrcTO rotal' . puritanos finos ;
' tforCtntg 10 Casts Each -
atrleW.sfe2M.fwlM flMtWaWiaf SOsfMOlFtrlM '
V I 'f ' r Remember the name HAVANA-AMERICAN.
fj r i'--. It is the brand of the highest grade line of Pure
. . fur produced in Tampa Fla. - ' -' .' - ( - -
.' I Wtwp IMhlltolr.1 "
606. Mo. n
' . It aftar utlnr iwe-thlrda of th eootanta of a' dollar
botlla tH Kodol.Oyapapala Cura you are not aatlifiad wlUi
II or oaa heaarOy r thai It hu sol benefltad 70a; lake
the bottle back to iha1 dealer from hom yoa boufhi It'
and we will refund jour money.. All we aek la that you
be honeet with a - Si(n Into (uarantat eoupon. and laiive
It with your dealer who muat mall it to ue with the eutoide
wrapper from around the bottle. ' . x .
. J4. I
I year-old so ef Bt C. Hlndmaa was
standing In front of the hearth at home
bla dress caucht ea fir nd hie back
was badly burned before the flame
could be exOafUlebed. . ...
rahiner. Texaa January 17 Ida. the If-year-old
daushter ef William Fabler Ur-
ine; five miles seat ef here died of
typhoid pneumonia yesterday. ' Thl to
the third death In the family within'
month all dying ef the same . disease. .
breenvnie Tex January 17-Coantr
Attorney Hall Is making out about tweai-tr-flv
complaint against wholeaal
liquor house of Dallas on charge of
. snipping. C O D; packages of liquor to:
ite city in violation of the local option
law . - . .
.Brackott.-.Texaa. January 17. Jame
Mcymont formerly one of the biggest
sheepmen la Tessa has sold all of his
woollies and Is sow seeling off his land
conceiving that there Is more money In
the wool eommlssioa business and bank-
'KennedalSi Tsxaa January 17. A maa
giving bis nam aa John Jones a strangar
In the parts we found dead In bed at
a farm house where he stopped for. the
night He waa about at years old and
there was nothing about him to prove his
' Tilto Texas Jamwry 17. Alto has In-
corporated for school purposes only ana
has Issued bonds to the amount of TiOOO
which were sold to ths Bute and the
mcney 1 now at. the bank her. Th's
money. for the erection of a adtpoi
-Flaronl. Texa. January V. Mr. Frank
. Itittnar of the Una ef Dusek Blttner
waa today married to Ills Agnes Kokul
Utoth parties were raised In this county
nd have a host of friend. The eere
Mony was performed at ..the Catholic
"church at Praha. . ;
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' Sherman Texas January 17. The cele-
brated case of Bnaw vs. Haselwood in-
volving valuable oil toade at Bpindle Top
near Beaumont la new oa hearing In the
Federal court and la being argued before
Judge -Bryant who will take the matter
under consideration. .. . . "V
Sherman Texas January 17 A.Thomas
the old man who waa called to hla deof.
In Whltewrlsht some days since and shot
down and lor which offense two negro
boys are new under at rest waa trans-
ferred to the county hospital and to In a
falrrcondltloa of convalescent. ti
Waeov Texas January 17. Until- the
past tew days there lias been little In
terest In the payment of poll taxes' in
this city. However the opening of thl
week has "shown a marked change. The
nearnese to the city election together
wtk the appeal from the press -ar
and ripening means cigars that
quauty year m ana year out.
Tiir wnES and mouths often a year or more of :
lVsl preparation-oes in the cigars we tell about
More they are ready for the market This blending '
we are rcccendlng this week
'Saltvsred sevMig kytbe kadrd t aey adM la tb
'mt Wf.gssys siissh sw ssisss SMW.sn.
!GAR STORES 'CO.
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Other Druggists. . ;
largely responsible for the Increase and
lrom the. present rate the city will have
a fine shjwlri In th payment of poll
taxe i...' y..ft- . -" 4 :'.
Fort 'Vorth Texas January IT. From
the tone of the letters received by Oswald
Wile of this city secretary of the re-
cently formed National cotton aaeocue
tlon resolution looking to the reduction
of cotton acreage throughout the oottos
States ar being adopted generally. ;
v Ctaerav Texas January 17. A commit-
tee met at Yoakum yesterday and form-
ulated a program for the third tri -county
taaohers' Institute. It was deelded
to hold It .at Yoakum .on February 24 and
S It 1a proposed to enlarge the scope
of the work and make It a South Texas
Institute ... " 4. . ..- - ;' .
' Jeffetsoa Texaa January 17. T. J.
Parker charged with the murder Of
Travla Spearman waa convicted of mur-
der In the second degree and given eleven
year. Spearman married Parker's daugh-
ter rwlthout the consent of her father.
on tne first trial. the murderer .gq
vismcca jr.eas. . . . . f . v.
Cameron Texas1 January 17.-SUt eases
were filed in the county court against
negroes In Rockdale charging them with
violation of the local option law -With
but one exception he are the first
complaints filed against negroes for the
violation of the local' option law tn this
country ilnot the law went Into effect.
Bmlthville;. Texas. - January 17.' For the
first time In ever forty months there Is
not a atriklng operatos here. Headquar-
ter here were closed last week and the
tost on of- Utem left' yesterday. . While
the- strike has not' been declared off. It
seams to he practically tost-end many
ef the old operator are applying for re-
instatement. '.'.; ; ': . . : ' . ;. .' .
Waco. 'Texas ' January . 17 .Charles
Rosa a negro waa captured her last
night by Constable Jenkins and Deputy
Barnard. " He is alleged to be an es-
caped convict sent to the penitentiary
for fltteen years from Cuero en a charge
of burglary. There la. 120 reward for him
and the officers will' get this. The Otero
officer have been advised of his capture
and wllj corns after hUn at once.
Tyler Texas. January 17.-An aged M.
Iran died In Jail this evening from the
effects of a gunshot wound Inflicted two
month ago. At the time of the shootlnsL
he waa In his house with door barred?'
wnrn tne snpotists .surrounded . it . and
fired" eighteen shots into it. Next day
two men were arrested charged with as-
sault to murder. - Warrants are out to-
right for their arrest for murder. ;
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Temple' Texas January J7.The' Fourth
Dlatriot Banker' association will h Id
their ninth annual meeting at Temple on
Wednesday January 3 at Carnegie au-
'lTJ -I ' '.. J. '."
t ' '.' TV..
are of the
in prooi or
Havana Cigar M
Main St. '
. UUIiiii Uwi.vJ
Clsaasss and hantifls tM
toeih aad purlea tUe broa..
TTsad by pKrp1 of reflntrmwnt
for orer a quarter of a oeatury.
Very convenient for touriata.
dltorlum. P. I. Downs of Temple' I
ehelrman end W S. Rowland of Tenril
secretary ef the district which eenbra '
the fnUuirlng rouuttest McLennan Fulls
Milam -Navarro Coryell Hobertenii
limestone Freeatone Boseue lull. Boll
and Una twelve ta ell. -- - :
Quauah. Teiaa Jtinimry 17. The Pup'iy
Dry Goods compsay ha ssslgrwd l J. It.
(lonilers lr oiaient ot all cuilllorsv.LW'
bullies aud easels about tbe mm.
Bhermaa. Tex Jnounry ' 17 flherlll
Runelt Ims reciueated' lt)-' ofHcrr st
Oalrmtvllle to have photo mado of the
two men detained there as the suspected
murderers aad robber wonted her.
Dull. TmtaiC January 17 -The South"
western Retail Hsddl aud Harnee Man-
ufacturera' asaoouttln met . today is
fourth snntial convention... It was a mat
tT of sincere snitltliatlon and onmnHit
thiit the atteodiiimi.Ui tlie largest In the
history of the association.
Itello.. Tejtits Jnnuary 1".-Th mtf
prtiitera continue Hrm In their refusal i f
the demsnds vl tlie pres. feeder In th
Istter's demands for higher wage n.d
other .ronoeealolia It I claimed by the
employing printers that they nre oot being
Im-onvenlenct-d hy the walkout and Utat
they aia running preeses as usual.- ;
1 Clebume Texas January 'j7 A' bal
wreck oouurred In the south yards ef te
Santa Fe late last sight. A passenger
engine spilt e swltoh and ran off on th
cross lie. There It turned over. Fire-
men Joe A. Kahler w bruleed. tSnrlne-r
John T. Templeton was serluusly Inluwt.
Baagageman WarJy aad a maa aamed
Juura were alao. snaken ..
dalveston. Tax. jfauary 17.-Th
North German Lloyd ateamxhtp Kola
brought to thl port th largest Import-
tlon of Kpsom sslt that kas ever been
received here. - There were II 00 pounds
of the ealt la the lot. They cam a
signed to J. Singer. Ooe oen net Imagine
tbe magnitude of M.0T) pound of Epsom
aalt until they tears that many retail
house do not use a barrel of It a year
aud wholesale house only buy It by. the
barrel.". -.fr y
Paleetlnd Texas January 17.-An un-
successful sttempt whs mad Saturday
night In this city to take tlie life of Mia.
Ouasle Harrison living on De Bard
street. Mrs. Harrison was awakened by
some o-ie In the bouse. When she started
to Investigate: she met a man la the
kitchen whom she .recognised and who
fired two shots at her st close range
missing her. After firing the shots the
man ran away snd has not yet beesv lo-
cated . by. the poll?. . .
SOUTHERN STATES lEwi
BATOK ' BOUOB. Ls.-There ' were"
ta m rnHed or tore built In Louisiana
during the- year 1904. During the Drst
five days of th year lw there were
n.OOt.871 collected ta flute taxes and t4
In Btate licenses ' v . . .' v.- "
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MEW ORLEANS. -Con areasman -Pha-nor
Breaaealle of . Louisiana .to. Urging
that in view of th orltlclsm and bu
sure that' has been heaped upon Census
Director -"North and Chief Statistician'
Uyd...that they be Invited to the. New
Orleans ootton convention and eaUowed
to speak in their own defense. v
MONTOOMERY "Xi A special to the
Advertiser from Tuskegee Ala. eaysi
While attempting to arrest Robert and
Jame McBryde on Main straeit her
feberlff C. F. O'Connor was perhapetauil-
ly stabbed. itvbert end James McUryde
wero both shot to death mputy Sheriff
George Lamar waa dangerously sutubed
about the body and legs snd City Mar-
shal a Y. Taylor was tut about the
arm t ' - . - r. ... .
MONROE La.Meyor ' oryth ."and
City Judge -gchult are Indulging In a
war -of words In the newspapers as to
which of the cTtir department the ju-
dicial or the police. Is responsible for
the large number of vagrants and gam-
blers that are Infesting the city.' The
mayor charged .that the oourts turn
them loose: the- court hat come bark
with ar card In ' the papers saying the
police of which the mayor Is the head
Is . demoralised' ' '.''
' CROWLEY. La.-Thls seel W appears
to be Infested by a gang of burglars. Fol-
lowing the burglary ol the Miller cloth-
ing atore Saturday night in whlop. about
1300 worth of . clothing was taken an at-
tempt Waa Made Sunday night to rob tlie
Jewelry store ot the Monace Jewelry
company on1 Parkerson avenue. The
thieves were frightened away before they
had succeeded In effecting an entrance.
They left behind' therh In. their : flight
Several' burglars' tools.' '" .
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BATON . ROTTOB La.-O o-v r fi 0 r
Blanchard has signed the death Wsrrants
ef the following convicted of murder and
has set Friday. February 17 ss the dqy
of execution for each: Louis Henry He-
jours of New Orleans. Tom Underwood
of Alexandria snd Sd . Richardson of
Benton. Bejours waa convicted of mur-
dering Robert K. Reld a young raun who
had just come here from Qalveston
Texas where he had been employed In
a large dry goods concern ot ihst city.
JACKSON Miss The largest single
purchase of .nine lumber ever made In
the Blate of Mississippi was closed Sat-
urday whn I. R. ; Mnrrls.i.' acting as
gent for Bears Tloeburk ft Co. of Clil-
cago purchased 16000009 feet of the long-
leaf variety. This lumber will be used In
the erection of a mammoth mall order
establishment for the above-named Chicago-concern.
The Mississippi mills will
reap about ll.COO.OOO-oiit of the transac-
tion. It will require 3000 freight curs to
haul the lumber from Mississippi lo Chi-
cago.' and If placed 4n one line would
make a train twenty miles In length.
MACON Tf.-New reached here over
the long distance telephone of a hank
burglary at Lafayette Ala. which if the
reports received so far are correct is the
greatest In magnitude committed for
many years past la- that section of the
country The Information came from
Opelika. Ala. and la to the effect that
the bank at Lafayette was dynamited be-
tween I and I o'clock in the morning. It
is said the robbers did not secure less
than' ttO.tm. Officer with posses are
now scouring the country in the region
of the crime and the authorities or the
State have been asked to keep close
watch' for the fugitive. Nitroglycerins
or dynamite was used with terrific ef-
fect. Th crooks were professional and
every effort Is being made to capture
NEW ORLEANS .-Catholics ef Nw
Orleans held one - of the most extraord-
inary ceremonies at St. Alphonsus church
Sunday ' ever Witnessed In the United
States certainly never before -In New
Orleans On Thursday night tn the face
of .the blinding storm thieves pried open
one of the doors to the ft. Alphonsus
church and - desecrated the- tabernacle
carrying off two clborlltms containing
th mot preolous aacrameirt of the eu-
chsrlst. rhe fathers of the ghuroh and
the Catholic community ln general were
so shocked at. the- desecration that spe-
cial reparation service were planned for
Sunday when the fathers and their thou-
sands of partshonera gathered about the
tiesecratea elur and delivered atonement
for the eclme - The thieves have not boen
appreftended. ..... .
FJ V'elftL I
Om-jrlax.1 mi6 Ooq-rho waA OnWt Qruup J1 1
Brfninhta.. Trtw him fl-50 4Wdtr. r bottle I
Favo.itej TTade a Bil Showinj at
. Jicw.Orkaos. -
BOCKS GOT WORSJ OF IT
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Form.Pkyer SUrted Badly' but
. Md a Good Finish at ';
i '"Oakland. - :
" ' (Associated Prses.Repert.lt
New Orleans January 17-ravorlta)
fared as badly on a fast Ira ok this after
noon as they did In the deep going of a
few days ago. Lineal and Monte were
the only de. ld.jd choices to finish (Irs.
; Six fitrlnnaw-Dariua Budduoee Pale-
man. Time I II.
- One .mile Lineal 1srpeon. Judge Suu-
Sejr. Tim 1:41. ' .
Seven furlon'--Monl. Asoot Belle
Morntehank. lime 1:SSR.
Mile end neeihth Homestead Hand-
plnner. 4tUe Boy. Tim l:ttl T
Mil and one-eighth. elling-Messo
Nowets. Hoodwink. -Tim I s J-4
Mils and seventy yards Ryan. ' Miss
Betty itacbael Ward. Tlreo 1:4 !.
r'NeW'-Orloins Eatriea. .?.
' Thlrtees-slxteeaitn of s irrie-Cyulttcsv
W Floral iVrveth Bonnie- Lithe liw.
Frsnk' Kosher. Daisy lit ten. Marv Mo-
Oiffrrty 'r Nellie H. Miss Oume.
Princess Athllng lit. Athlana lit.
Three-eight ha of a mile ma klena Hos-
tility lot. Lie her Dor X. Ballad Verl-
hist. Mall. Teanle Rune. 1 Mosaic Ada
Bi. Mary Orove Center. Irma Drown 101
Crny Da Ma rate Mayer lie.
Thlrteae-siateenths of a Bill sellings
rioverhsmptoa tl Green Owo 17. Kln-
ilshl to. Fox Hunting Laoarhc John II
to. Wreath of Ivy M. Oaternlllar. l'-
miisked to Felix Mosses si flsmboyunt
kX. Red Raven 104. -.
Three-quarter of a mil handicap
Keculhbon to Olstrack K FlorenUne 94
Careless Yellwantown to Kdlih May.
Pos-jr. Lord ef the Valley tot flay Hoy
HA Topic lot Astsnta Is. Phil Finch 110.
Thlrteen-elxteentha of a mil. selling-
Mrs. Rob II. Triple Silver at. Lieutenant
Rice If. Lida Lleb to Vestry to Optional
st. Little Jnck Hnraer to. 'April Shower
Wi Mary Glenn tel. Lord of the Vali.y
lot Hukim Ml. Josette k. ..
One and an eighth mil selllag tcha-'
perone. bout skarip M Keogh M aix-.
oUmatlon tl Oeorg Vivian lue Love's
Labour; Falernlaa 101 St.' Sever Lee
King. Stonewall 101 Rosamond lot Leader
WI. -f '. ... . .. r. t .. '- j '
Clesr and fast - - '
: ;'Jm ADS A' GOOD FINISH.
Form Players Got Best of Argu-
' ment at Oakland. -
(Associated Press Report) "
San Francisco - January 17-atartlng
eut with a dump In tbe first race which
wss won by Mscene at M to L the form
players made good finish at Oakland to-
day getting a shade the -best of the
argument .with the books. ;
Five snd one-half furlomgs-Macene
Pearl Waters Mabel Bates. Time 1:1a
Three and one-half furlonss Abe
Meyr Chief twlttman I'm Joe. . Time
futurity rourse-The Reprobsle Lady
Kent Meeda. Time 1:11 '.
Mile and fifty yards-Dungannon. War
Times Barney Dreyfus. Time !:.
Mile snd ene-slxteenth Dr. Short Ola
Spray. Theodora Tim l:M4.
Mile and one-sixteenth Oatiwky
Judge Arcade. Time l)4t4 .
' V-Oakland Entries. '"
Fejttirlty " course-Berendos ' Brennue
Follow . Me Hlpponax Ms Lurene US
Cotiettv Carrie lot Prestano 100 Inspector
triinro to -Presidio. The Hawaiian Sub-
erhhn Queen en standard Wgtaranost .
JCsvn-tateentha of a soil Tam
Q'8hanter107 8t. George .Jr. Captain
Foraee lot Hulford Orchan lot Boufrkir
101 Ulkp Oft to. True Wlug Sea Voy-
0ne inlle snd 109 yards setllng-Crseka
Mr. Farnum. Mosketo ttnsford Jam
Klein' 107.. Yellowstone 101 ftknoro Olrt-
sprey 102. . -
One snd one-elxteenth miles handicap
Claude IN. Bombardier III Klllott 10. W.
n. .Condon 107 jVeterano 103 Ora Viva
lot" " 1 '''"''; "'...
One mile and ' fifty yards selling
peelsterslnser lit; . Major Tenny lie
Esherln. Modicum 107 Halnault lot
Harka 102. '. '
Seven-eighth ef . mile Tad W7
Arisbe 1(C M. A. Powell. Ferryman Head
punce Ji'lsher. Boy 101 The Mist Sea Air
Cloudy snd heavy. - j:
-AT PROHIBITIVE ODDS.
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Waswift Only Favorite to Win
K.'y . at Ascot
' (Assoolstedi Press Report).
Los' Angeles-. Cal... - January ' 17.-
Waswlft at tW prohibitive price of 1
to 4. was the only .winning favorite at
Ascot park today. ' .
81s 1. furiongs-iFlrelight . Schoolcraft
Betader. Tim Wild. '
Bevcn furlnnas-Waswift:; Judge DAt-
(n Eva O. Time l:7 -8. h
Mlle and fifty yards-Wenrlok A kola
Ooldeh Light. Time tM '
MHf.-nnd one-slxteenth-ilmperor of In-
die Hans Wagner. Sals. Time 1:484.
Brooks rourse-rrauglblc Iris Cupablo
Six furlongsMobo. Bee Sick Swoet
Kltfy.. Bellglres. Tim JilHt-
J?tt. Hot Spring! Entries.
'Three ftirlongiM-MountsIn Lad ln Dr.
McCathy tit Ms In Mt Good 111 Carthage
10.. OeoVge 8hU 108 Mssslnl 114 Prince
Oienn 100 Port Worth 114.
Seven furlongs selllng-siivermends
114 Loone Amorous 110 I.eenja. St. Flw
epce 111 Naverlne 100 Qlv All Maver-
Five furlongs purse Miss Affable M.
a- C Rttnt 101 Peggy to Incense 07.
Follies Bergerea IM. Toscan 11. Mamie
111 Moonlt to. Maaaa. 17. floverelan
10 -Jim Along IW. . ' -
SIX furlongs handicap Mirthless M
Button 110 Rosebcn lis Sheen Pi. Never
Bueh'isj Aden 1J1. 1
"Seven furlongs seHIng-IVernl 117 Op-
erator 114 Roommate 114 Waterfnrd lie
Lsdss Ul Locket 117 Cornwall lit 7
Mile and an eighth selllnc-Tote Nolr
to. Hucena 1M Easy Trade 100 Cnmpnss
101 Cashier 94 Priority 94 Kingralne 110.
. Clear .and fast.
'"Results at Essex. -
-' (Associated Press Roport.) '
Hot Springs January lT.-Eencx Park
Three furlongs Henchmsn Cnlabasli
Romany Rye Time ii7
Five and a half furlong-Volt.ilr Mine
Eherlee Delusion. Time 1:10. .
Six ' and a half furlongs Baltimore I.
Bitmelaon Bensonhurst. Tim. 1.23
Amorous won hut wns dlsquillflcd.
Six furlongs Wild Irishman Valine
Balkan Time i.isu.
Six and a half furlongs Turrando Bill
Knight Crescertnn. Time 1J0.
Mil and a slxteenth-Uthics Florlael
Swift Wing. Time
. ' Tb Taylor Shoot.
. ' (Houston Post Bpccbl.)
Taylor Teias January 17. Tlie first
annual tournament of the Central Texat
handicap under the' auspices of Csplnln
C. F. Ollstrap and. the Taylor dun club
begins at the West Bide pawlllon tomor-
row morning v
Last night train brought In th fol-
lowing who will also participate In he
shooting events: H. O. Taylor of Meek
ling B. D : Hollo - Helkes of Dsr o i
Ohio; W.' Hi Hear of Concordia Kan.!
Charlea fl. Spenser ot Bt. Louis: R4 D.
Oarner ot Henmnfalls Mo. i'K. B. Con of
Memphis. B K. Saunders of Houston
H. A. Uurvelle and T. B.' Hubby of
Waco; J. O William and J. C Paitma.t
of Dallas; George Begin. Jr. of Fort
Worth!: D. Welr.kert of Belleville.
At a- practice shoot among the visit-
orS the following scores were made In
trials at 100 blue rocks: James Day of
TEAM KO. 1 WON.
Hd 63 the E t of It In Inter-
Turnvcr.ia League. J "
Team No. I of the lnterturnverete
Bowling league woa the regular Tuee-
dey nieht too teat last wight by eesa-
fortahl m rain. Te.nl N. la ecore ef
t. Was siiyisht pin better thaii tnal
of train No. I win. o waa 04. Among
th IsxilrWiia! scar. Nouthard hei.it d
U. Hat with IMt plna nd si.il.na can
second with 111 pins. Tin tolluwmg art
ine scntes oi is contest:
N eut hard
Team total VH.
Team No. t-
voigt p. r
Team total. M.
'Team No -
Sam. B. L.. .......
. Team total 17.
Tesm No. t
1 i i
Beeslawr ' t
. Team total 771. .
' Team; ft. 1
Hanyiiien ... to
(si others ..... 17
Mver. J. H. ....... 17
Roii .............. a
Teim total tot
44 ! ' r
to tt st
a m ' tt
47 ' It M
' .turf dope. :
- Steve LH'mmedleu ha quit' the New
Or lea lie meeting a gaa) toeer.
wi?fT"fr ntoe thet he has sold
HUdebremfs contract to H. P. Whitney;
Oreen Morris has put a price of lllnto
en Gold Rose the filly which baa shewn
muih speed st Ascot
The Coney Island Jockey elub will dis-
tribute this season KM.HS. The Su-
burban ha a eaek value ef t.ew .
For 4ht first time ta hi racing expert.
erx Mr. ll.rtln la sending more run-
nel fmen hi Kentucky stable than from
Califomta.M. -. - . -
Nelhf Jay the sensational t-resr-oM
Kentucky Futurity winner ef lHa. will
be bred tbe coming spring and join tlie
brood mare ranks foe the lest l her
M..'. t 4 !-. - e.'i.r- --
' It hag heeal SuthoHtatlv.lv anaouneed
by the CAIltomls Jockey oluk that they
have abandoned th Idea f racing at
Inaleelde thl winter. The entire winter a
pro ram will be run at Oakland. .
After extensively advertising a match
race between local trotter at the new
rao course at New Orleans for Sunday
afternoon.. Kd Corrlgaa arrived and
slopped the race because ef hla Stipe r.
stltkin of opening a new race' ooura
on Bunday. He leered bad luck would
alwaya follow the track.
; John ' P. ' Mayberry trainer of C. R.
Klllson's racing string refused aa offer
of gjtem from J W. Schorr for six t-yenr-olds
. Including half brother te
Miss Ines. Mayberry hss decided en John
Smulekl as the Tennessee Derby ean-
dldate end will depend on Mlsa lneg and
Lauy lilson for 1-year-old filly events
Chptatn R. K Rio. of Little Rock i
rushing a bill In the Arkanaaa egtm-
tur which. If paaaed will take much
power from the western Jockey elub. .
Ths) yearling full sister to the crack
celt Olseau who waa sold to James
Brady for fet.Oue in the stable of John
O. Oreener ft Co. la attracting .great
deal of attention. . .!.
Jamee Carroll better known a "Vir-
ginia" CarroU with a name and fame aa
a bookmaker as bread as the continent
Is having a desperate battle at New Or-
leans for bla lite due to a cancereue af-
fection -ot the threat which at present
hae hull Inoapscltated. Hie trouble kaa
been aggravated recently by stonmrbases
from the cancer h . . ' . .
' Presiding Steward Bryan ef Nev Or-
leans le being criticised te some extent
for not punishing fouls. He take the
view held by the majority ot racing of-
ficials that a foul should not be allowed
except where there le actual contact
which sfteota ths result ot a rage. The
rule la good In a majority of ease yet
many a horse Is denied a fair chance te
win by unfair tactile ea the part of the
rider on another horse when there to no
actual collision e : f
"Charlea Noland of St Louis Is about te
bring ault against the Western Jockey
club In the United Btst.es rtreult court
st Chicago. Mr. Noland wtli'offer the
entry or -nis norse raui (.iiiiora i
the Essex perk officials. In compliance
with the Wnstarn Jorkav eluB rutin he
will not be allowed to race. Noland will
then sue for redreea. Noland - bouaht
hi present stable at a publlo auction in
ine awasr oi riunger yonnny nysn
string. Ryan was under the Western
Joekey club hen snd so his horses were
classed as outlaws. -
BUNTS AND BATS.
Pltciher Jack Taylor hss written Garry
Herrmunn that he wants formal charge
made so he nan diaprovs mem. Tuyior
admit drinking too- freely gt times hut
says he has never done any crook I
work a Intimated by Hart and ehargej
by otbers. ; . -v ...
:Mnager' Griffith at the Highlander
hen rnnde a smart move In semiring New-
top of tho Im Angeles (Cal.) club. New-
ton Is-considered one of. the best left-
hand twlrlrrt In the business. Newton's
baseball career on ths coast has 'been
llttl short of phenomenal
"Pitcher Jim Wlggs who hss been draft-
ed by the Brooklyn National league club
for the untnlng season. Is e Chicago bay.
H le regarded as one of kthe young
pitchers that will make good In the b.g
league. ' He Ii looked upon as one of the
speediest twlrlers In th business today
comparing favorably with Rub Wadded
In his ability to push the ball over the
plat In' feet time
Kugene' F Bert of the Peelfle Coast
Baseball league has wired to Angus!
Herrmann chairman ot the National
nomnslselon snd to P. T. Powers presl-
dent or the Nntlonal association; "The
Pnclf le Poeat lengue will positively hot
stand for reopening drafting on Tacoma
W e Joined the National association in
good full but we Insist upon a square
deal. ."W do not wish to appear arbi-
trary but If the commission Insists on
this we will positively be compelled to
withdraw. Publlo and press unanimous."
In the opinion of at least one baseball
magnate there will be a war at exterv
minavtlorr between th National an
American leagues In case .Garry Herr-
mann carries out his announced In ten-
tlvu of resigning the chairmanship of
tlie National committee. James A. Hart
of tbe Chicago club Is the magnate wha
anticipates serious trouble if Herrmann
goes Out. On hearing the news from Cin-
cinnati that Herrmann had threatenr
to give up the place. Hart la quoted as
saying: "If Garry Herrmann resigns as
chairman of th National baseball com-
mission there will follow another disas-
trous baseball wnr that will not snd
until either the National or America..)
league Is wiped out. I sincerely hone that
iicrrmann will reconsider hi action"
FISTIANA. ; .
Abe Attell snd Tommy Murphy have
been matched for a six-round about to
take place on January II. Murphy was
o.mlnully scheduled to meet Hughcy Mc
Govern but Terry's younger brother
wlggkd out of the contest Attell and
Kutphy. will wtlgh lnst 121 pounjs
i nungr Corbttl In hi anxiety to' get
kncttier -turn at Brltt has offered to
meet hlnr at 1A1 pounds ringside and for
a ride bet of 16000 : Brltt gave him the1
Immh and 'old him he wa out after new
victims that he was a dead one Brltt
will tease the Denver hoy along until he
gets him to make a bluff to the effect
that he will flghT with One hand tied
buck of. him snd then the Callfornlan
Will close the deal.
ff there Isn't something doing In the
lishtlng line at Frisco very soon. Jack
Johnson Is very liable to slip away to
Australia In that country he wo t
hear much about the color line and the
negro question. If man Is a good
fishier no matter what hie color te. he
can always find wnaagements. Zeke
A brums sent challenge to Australia a
' G a .
. . L
"m::.'3 r - ; thaa any
. ' that coJ.J Is wi. :.ialout theu.
vor:sn art n'"v y.: '.r' " ulti at fr-
jrlce thsy vcu'i f 7 r ' ' It alfrtf v-."' ;
separate jLL'ts art t:!-2 j... J at price r
hearJoHa'Houitc'n..' "e (' "
W.mWs tll'snd -' Cf
snd 130 Suits. .. ... vUi' '
Women's l3- sntl.'' 'QjfJ
.1 10 8iHa'. ..; '. . . v A
IWorneh's 18 and 17.50 fcki rtr V.T..; ...... i .....; ... .
'Women's 18.30 and HQ BkirU w . . .'. . ... i
toVt omea iu sna ais.ou t5in
0n3 C:l!:r l!ir:.:r C:::3
Cf. .let W.I ...4 re.
Sttl.lwn.l ll ..nrit( I f
every fcusaor Item p 'n-
Clea'tsscrotula Irean ise
OCV S l.l'-g
L utKtiaa no. ui n
wssv. aad Pn.r s i.y.
rasw had all druit tut eaa .i". .
enuple of month sin- whluh the paper
SV. Plenqr .of arawe.. j
' SSPORTINO NOTES.
" Tprnt Ch'arle Wlllsrd 'one of 'the
blest phy.ttal Instructors In Balilmore
argues that-any man ante to bo sail!
fullr ran sueceeefuily stand off eny ex-
ponent of jlu-Jttsu. He -Issued
challenge to the proposed Japanese In-
structor at the- nave) eeademy at 'An-
R spoils end offer -to demonstrate to
in that the system.of Jlu-Jhsu Is worth-
lees th such a case and Is aitu lnivus
e nee.-.. i .. t
'Rose the champion shot Fatter 'Is said
to nav orn co.roei. a mmi .
nh.nt" hv' the aihleilo aumoruie a i.
Ann Arbor who 'were wainug for a
rkaac t retouvs .him. . The Callfornl.it
Is wod to have knoan ef this snd i s
tolng te New York to yartlripat in H.e
ludlson Bausre garden athletic carnival
there without the permission of the board
ef oontrol I thouakl to have been done
With the deliberate Intention of leaving
the. school end going to some . Dealers
college. : ' . ' . '. . . ...
JtSSKN. Oermsny.-At s meeting of
miner" delegate bT general strtk
Was declared. ;'t't .
at. ! PBTBRSBllRG.-er'e iepnsetit
to an exchange of prisoners accordlna to.
ana ran sis ju.i ww
JtBSKN Oermany.-Accordlng to re.
porie received at the official mine office
m.ti! men from 17.
. coal mine . are eut
a strike. .
BKRLIN. The etrlke of coal mtoers I
the moel formidable sffslr of the kind
that Germany has sver had eclipsing the
Strike sust. '' . ' ." .4
MARISANNB. rrance.-Tb funeral ot
President Loubet's mother. whodld on
Kmlsy last ws attended by .President
ube ajid other ef ths family . ..
"TOWKMTit strlkTof the St. CrtstobsJ
iien is ended. Canal men brought In
welv laborer chiefly Colombians ;from
ranama and ether points alpng the nne.
PARIS -Th orfleiai lnvlatlen Inie
the caiiM of the death of Gubrlel I Byve-.
ton. rh memker ef the fhsniber of depn-
tie. who wss found dead In hla apart-
uients at Nullly December I ttnder u-
pl. loiis eirrumstance. has resulted. In a
fepor.1 lavorabto- tti euklde.
. PARfs-Theilnternatlonk1 oemmlsslon
sppolnted to ineulre into the North sea
Incident Held a closed session at lbs lor-
sign effhie n received a atf myt of
bsrticiilars' from . both Mes which will
tavmbdc public at the session of Ike com-
mission on Thursday next ' '
...... . " ' ' Mii r ' V4'"
TEXAS DEATHS.;' -
I ' i1 ' . : .; ;
MILLBR -Rusk. Texs. Jsnusry 4. -Mr
B Miller aged 71 yesrs died at W
resldenoa her today of id g for the
most pert. He Ifkd been erck only a few
dny. He'lisd lived hers for about fifty
yeers! II. hart bn merchsndlslng hr
sine fSM egcept- short Ikn h live at
Galveston He was a very successful
merchant ndd socnmulated a .sTmat
deaf of property. He leave a wife but
0'iidith;:i;J;;';-: ' ' V v ?
WhnJN '-rVso vierk. Tex.! BaW
lt-iMr. Wllltafh Johnson an estimable
jady died Ifere oh Monday night after
long nines of an incurable malady. D-
! eased was "tt years eld and wa born
aised hnTmaeiied In this oeunty. She
save a husband six children and a sis.
er Mr. Bird of Waco to mourn her.
f RANBdM.Vslveito TexasT 'ajiusrjr
lt.-Mrs Annie Marll Rsjisom the wife
of Prof. Hurry Hunt Riinsom principal
of 'Ball High school died last night at
t: o'clock in her thlrty-thlrd year at
th;fmlly remdenc. The remains will
be taken to Sn Marcos where the moth-
er of tlie deceased Is burled tor inter-
ment. ' '- . . . .
T' HAD.TO HIDE : IT-
1 A mother wrote us recently .
that she had to keep Scott
Emulsion under lock and key;
her children used to drink
it -whenever her back -was;
turned. Strange that children
should like sometbingf that is
so eood for them. r -ItVusu-
ally the -other way. ScottV
tmuision v mititcB t-iiuuicu
comfortabler makes them' fat
and rosy-Cheeked. Perhaps;
that's why they flikti hi so'
muohtbey' 'knp w it '; roakes "
thttm "feel good.: ( 'T;y
'!' -Wtless4reseiMsieftwi ' . '
Kxrtt aowti e. r--'i -ivwr.
'toss V W
. frlcfi c
Women's 17.50 sml '
Women's 112.50 l '
113 CoU.. '..'........
Women's ; 130 C
and W Cos t v
Writa for prices or i" r 1 1 1
open orders when you v t
absolutely4 pura una' .'
artkl. - . ; .
The mai ket is now f 1. '
no prospect of . lower t . ;
!;htV ' -
(- ' HOUSTON. "
ft. i. & k:i?. c::
- ' . Hardwar gist.
..".....MAIN ST. ..
RHa Prahia Ave.
W V") -
' Renting Bicycles a SptxL: y
ell toe Horn toe Whistle Be I--
toe Tlrae till Inner Tubes tog t
pump Ha. . i.. -
. lane a hiooins.
. Masonic Temple:
4 ' ' Import) and Demeti
Wines and Liq::. .
''""Itphont Votir Order to
tOt Mold tt tor Texas Av.
ONIY sielsilve "WM.mIs fetall i.d )
' Ordsi leek 1.1'eta is Taaii
L. RUTLLDGE CO.
bjaeen uildlns .t ftvi
' - -4JALI1 AOENCY-'
0lleloue Candle. Alwiy Fresh
. . ? 1 KIMLIM8ti BOt MAIN f.
Dm e. stl: ::
' ' DIAMOND MERCH" T
BINZ BVILMNC SIS MAIN STB"
pLD PHOfl 668 HOVSTON Tt A
V'ttl hava rnaee assm
i new I .v. sites the I -V.ru
iorhmarmatlen. 4 H V
BRYAN. TEXAS -
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