The Houston Post. (Houston, Tex.), Vol. 19, No. 197, Ed. 1 Monday, October 19, 1903 Page: 3 of 16
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v iihi aMHttac BlemtW Call and Batata
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TRAVELINQ TEXAN S.
Will find The Poet on aale at the follow-
Int tdaoee: .
: The Btatlonar Den far Colo.
II. J. Holle New Or leant La. .
Bt. Charlae Hotel. Mew Orleana L.
vi Metropollun Hotel Waahrnfton D. C
Klrva Houee Waahlnaton. D. C '
1 Breunoa UakM Square New Tork
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Palmar Honat Chlcaco TO.
F. C. Boylnt Hot Bprlnaa Ark. ' '
Cooper ft Wyatt Hot Bpnnca Aik .
; Planter Hotel St. Louia Mo.
' Union Station Sta Louie Mo.
Rteltaecker Clirajr Company Ninth and
Walnut TweUth and .Walnut : Kaaaaa
City ho. ;
: Coat Htwat Clear Btand BUaau City.
. Baltlmor Hotel Cta Btand Kaaama
City. Mo. '
fclmle JenMna .Elctatk and v Watatut
Xanaaa City Mo.
MiuiKnd Hotel Clsar Btand- Kanaaa
Heid'a News Aceaey HI Wan atreet
Kanaaa City Mo. (
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Sugjeition to Trvlerm
When rod an through tdbur" thla
paper' throw it out the winnow to the
flrxt an; of aeetloa tna you Bee. They
Will appreciate the oourteay. - .
Phenmarlm eiv pemfitl In tM c1lnt
fKaa any enrr ait tltmn eotrd .y ntiic"p.
t"io ho S or 1 '"-r ) l i.J. to. w.'
. Bdiailat lteiaton tttaa. am at. v
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B'noa t! f 1 r !! i 'of
K- i i. 1S i I . ! I .. . t"
icad luhve rniirl -ia an u... iii-at-d
of b tiirninna. 7 ' e Crt";rvalira
tluxt euue v "ii ; ' ho.no a
lriuuneat t...K. ltviui-mia aan If arall-
aOle dferrd to betterment approprU-
Uona out of earnlnca. Folic m the
ttnunclal jrlull(ii.if oamo a ptaydcal up-
buiMina. - KoUUsf more remarkable ever
occurred to Anierluui railroad hltor'.
mthlB the Kao of Ax or aeran rara
hole equipmcn'Ji were largely chanced.
Vlu. rauns 3t brti'Rea and aiautUrd ot
IkU were ncrel Uiruuaouui. fba
heavy cars aim uwcr have uuw iwd to
ui eim o( uui lower Kud autaii caie naa
IioihiI. COuuiKlniil. wtth cbamjea ui tl we
ir addiuoua ol poa.ius awiuea or aeo-
or.d or thud runmu- tnu:iui the elunlna
lion of eurve and tnuuM ahd the euo-
uucuoa of expiusiY paaag taraiUf
ho better 'example could" be afforded
titan true "betuumeni eraae" amuua
ruiiroad maruMjma to illiuuate bow a
UiecuU ldoa caa infest aiul eweep over A
trail booy of practical men of attain
fcuuutcers who loimerty vied wtih one
another to turn over toe but avaulaut
ovltar to dlvkleoda now pride themaetvea
on the amouiu.of their BeUarnwut Ap-
propriation each year. ' - .
l ue aooearanoe of aueh chanre acalnst
income la aeuenOJr aosd warrant fur ba-
Uerinc that Lhe prooerty la twin ooo-
ervauveiy handled. At leant wa are a.
ured that amounts so withdrawn have
been sculled to the property tnetead of
dlvldenua that mar not have been earned.
. The amount thus withdrawn wUl reach
enormous total. The plan of maklnc
such sppropnatlofie may almoat be said
to have become the fixed policy of rail-
road ooeraoon. "One dollar for earnings
and on koilttr tor betterments" la tu
In so far as this boiler has soma to
stay. It behooves us to. understand fully
what Is the real nature of these ao-ealhtj
"betterments" Here there seems to be
soma confusion. ; An addlton or better-
ment at tlrat thouitbt Is a very eimpts
thine. It la some added nhnlcal thirui
or some thins wholly new and better or
lar(r than the thins; H reouvces. It must
be some considerable thhw. A mere add-
ed pie to the tie or tie-slats on the
curve or Indifferent addition of a little
ballast would not be called sa addition
or betterment Nor la It always dear
whether a chance la the standard ot
maintenance thu iweTuciiuc the current
expanaee of subeeouent maintenance la
considered betterment In the um way
ss sa added efficiency to permit tarter
load and mors economical operation
would be considered.
Betterment at ones ooeaa no the whole
nature of capital charm and throws It
oa the defensive. For the added passing
track which has been charged to better-
ment Is the same thins; physically aa
any number of mtlea of track which ava
been charged to capital. By what resv
sonlng Is toe capital charge not made la
the second case a It was In the first?
The reason is the very practical ooa
namely that the property will not permit
it-tbe earnings will not sustain such
added capital Ixatfcw. But Whether they
Will or whether they wilt not depends
oa ths present cobdlthm and the outlook
of the property. ! ; 1
Tm thinn thee era to be carefully
TSabserved shout betterment expenditure:
I 1) Does the betterment after sound net
earning power or is it. BecetMarr to pro-
tect existing power
1 If the betterment reoresenis added
net earning power It Is properly a cap-
ital charge. If It only protects . existing
earning power It la a competitive charge
to earnings. . In some final day of reokon--Ing
when a railroad's eoultles are up for
consideration It mar be the basis to a
claim for refund. I
But While raiiraaos eweiwie an ine
netltlva bast It represents nothing
tiva nasi it raeressnis amuing mn
the expense that off sets earnings. It may
be carried In memorandum uaui soaaa
more prospsrous year will Justify Its ap-
ItalisatloD. In this war It I not a charge
properly against aar one year's opera-
tion. Moat roeda pwfor todeduot
from Income Instead W Indiidlag It la
NATIVES IN ACCORD. . .
Article from Spanish Journal Re-
fers to Anderson and S. P.
Tbs native population of the Island at
Cuba took ao lass intsrest In tbs recent
visit at General Passenger Agent An-
dema to the Island than did the Ansr-
leans. The following la a translation of
aa arbcls which appeared :1a La Db.
ouslon a Bpanlah Journal at Havana.'
It M plain between the lines that the
natives of the Island are In bearty ao-
cord with the efforts of the Southern' Pa-
cific to. espous Americas oohmtsatioai
On - board the
Which departed yssterday evening for
Mew Orkoana waa a man of business
known over the entire United States tor
hi spirit of sagacity and superior knowl-
edge dieplayed in grand undertakings.
Colonel Anderson is also general pa
Banger agent ot the famous bouUiera r-
dm lines. The short stay of Mr. An-
derson la these parte will redound with.
Immense material benefits for-our coun-
try. Being well impressed with the ter-
tlhty of. the soil with ths axeosllent cH-
msui and tbs tnoom parable beauties of
the country Mr. Anaereoa has acquired
UuposlUon for the eompsny be repre-
sents ssveral grand tracts of land la the
Hoyo Colorado and near Oalburiea. He
proposes to bring a- large number of
farmers with families snd resources and
to Introduce new Indus trie Into tbs) vll-
Isges of this country. . .-. .
it Is good to bear trorn Mr. Anderasn'a
own lips the sincere admiration ha has
for this country and the hope for its de-
velopment and ths close assoemtlon to bo
brought about between' the beakers and
merchants ot the various clues of the
United States Interested in financial on-
orations In our. favor.: . . ... -. .
When Mr. Anderson took leave among
ths targa assembly gathered on board to
bid aim good-by were Mr. Frank .Stain-
hart consul swneral of the United B tales;
Mr. B. a. Vaughn vice president Nation-
al Bank of Cuba; Mr. at-. Miller vloo
nresklent Colonial bank: Mr. W. T. W.
Kabb traffic manager united railways;
h. Davidson general agent Mobile and
Ohio railway: W. M. DanMa general
agent Illinois Central sailro&d; Mr. W.
M. Raroseur general maaager Cuba x-
poeltlop; i Charles Buoalara manager
Newhall Engineering company; Mr.
Joseph Bmsry AsocUted Press eorra-
nondent; Ik T. Tanner and H. B.
Leavitt of the Havana Pot; M. F. Ryley
of the Mew York Sun; Capatln B.
Mahonsy chief Inspector department of
Immlgrmtlon; Dr. Trotter chief United
Stutee marine boiltal servbie and .Car-
los Ayals of La Dissusloa.
Mr. Anderson otfsred a lunch aboard
tbs Louialuna and wIhhi -the glasses were
nlsvd be war fimt to offer a btilltant
toaiit for the prosperity of Cuba.
Mrs. AiHWrson ths distlngulnhed wtfa
of the colonel was presented with a num--s
haiitiful bououets snd othsr-sire-
clous floral olfsrbigs by the numsroua
admirers sn ni ur-
taig her short conquest of us. Wa wish
a pleasant trip to the Andersons y. -;..
NEW COULD 'SESVICS.
Sweeping Schedule Changes i-
4' fective Today.
Th following circular explanatory of
the new passenger schedule which went
Ihtp effect Sunday on the Gould Unas oper-
ating In the Southwest has been Issued
by General Fasaenrmr Agent Tawnsend of
the Missouri Paciuc': - ' .
Feitlve Oohr . 1"S the following
Aod-iiwl t- n ' fre .i.
rwa t-.i the t u i ! it 1
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r ii i. ii. t hI; i r f ' n ' I
i't. J..- i--. I V.. n t-rt'S
i vi. Iauih and rt..fl i--l
i .e im Mr-jit of ths Ih" -i p.'
tt l.e I ri-L'i a ?wt day c."h. i.s vy.t
aLi'd on t.te fuilowing schedule;
s m. I v.... Bt. Louis... .Ar. lO -wom.
11 v p m. Ar... Teiamans ..l.v. .w.
11 tsu p.m. lv... TexMrliana .Ar. t ws m.
I 48 a.m. Ar.... Longvtcw ...Lv. 8 . s.ra.
"fAs.rn. Ar...... Dallas Lvv tip.m.
a.m. Ar... Fort Worth ;lv. J:4l p ro.
1 45 a.m. Ar..... Kl peeo Lr. Ti p m.
T:am.I.v Bl paao ..'..Ar.'l p.m.
ii-.H p.m. Ar...Los Ailes..lv. n.U p.m.
' 't will operst aieepirg car service
Bt Louis to' Jft -rttiva .; Bt Lonui
to Guiv.-!un; ht. Lena tu -iales Juno-
tton h-o; with -)alr ear bt. Lotits to
Tevarktiiji n4 e r car PI. l-an-n to
Colnradn. ; 'Mimr er IJtiis -Ht
to Fort V ..hi snd a c -fte eiiipiint
of h" b-h. snat uv eoauhes ointtjd
n the following achedutsi ... . . . . .
Lv Bt..- Louis - ....'..a.M..tlS p.m.
Ar. Hot hunnga .............i M a.ut
Ar. Texarkans .... 11 mi a m.
Lv. Texarkana ..Vi hi p.m.
Ar. Lonnrvlew ............ tn.
i.v. ixngvtew 4:i p.m.
AT. MOUMton .......
Ar. Galvestoa .....
i Id a m.
... J to a m.
TO FORCE ADDITIONS. ;
Movement to Compel tie Fut
chase of Equipment ;
It lg stated on reliable authority that
there Is a movement oa foot packed by
several of the large railroad systsms of
tbs country to force small Unas to pur-
chass equipment.' Many of the smaller
lines throughout the country make a gen-
eral practice of depeading upon some of
the large lines for ranch of their equip-
ment For example whea they are awe
to receive Interchange of business from
ths larger systems trie small lines not In-
frequently pises ths cars Into service and
ss them during the greater part of the
busy season. Ibis practice Is often tns
csuss for embarrassment and the lama
systems stiller ear famines frequently
resulting. ... .. .:
In oroer to relieve this- condition some
Of the line east of Chicago havs decided
to allow certain of the dilatory lima only
a limited Inteswhaage of (traffic. The
Pennsylvania is said to nave taken the
Initiative In this movement and has al-
ready notified one of two roads that un-
less they oan evidence better Intentions
along these lines in ths future their bust-
noes will be practically cut oft
It Is also Ukely that connecting Unas
which do not mass Immediate additions
to their equipment will find Ihemsetvee la
aa embarrassing position. Ths. Lake
Bhors road has already Issued orders pro-
hibiting cars to loave Its lines under any
drenmsltneaa. . - . . . "
SlCjC BELT. SURVEY. -
Present Survey Will Requiri
' - Bridging Lavaca Bay.. '' .'
Port Lavaca Texas October 11-Cap.
tala T. C Cols snglneer of the Bios Belt
railwar has completed the survey ot said
read from Noble Poutt two macs north-
east 'of here through this town to the
south of the Guadalupe river one and a
half stiles north of Lang Mott and Is
new In Kefuglo county oa the way to
Bintoa. ths western tarmlrtiis of the Una
Ths tins Just run across Calhoun county
Is through lbs finest body of land oa the
coast and while. If built. It will require
bridging Lavaca bay front cox's to
Nobles points a data nee of about two
and a fourth miles the water Is only
about three or four feet deep. ' It will
shorten the distance ssveral miles over
a route around the north and of the bay
that route requiring bridging of the Navl-
dad river Garcltas Placedo and numerous
bayous aa wstl aa crossing a long dls-
tancs of low swampy land. . It Is believed
bridging ths bay will not be mors costly
thaa tbs other route.
hJixineer Cole.. It is said will run an-
other Una on his return from Bintoa
which will cross ths Guadalupe higher up
and pass around north of Lavaoa bay
Should the last route be chosen H will
throw the road about eight miles north of
Port Lavaca and our people ar watch-
ing developments with great Intsrest.
. . eamnea .-
Cotton Belt's New Train On.
Waoo Texas October 17.-The cotton
Belt tautugurated IU fast through train
to St LouU this gsMBins. It wltt leave
hare at t o'clock In th mprnlng reaching
St Louis at U o'clock the next day. The
train la weU eviuipred and wul do a good
buslnss tross .the start. -The read h
apvnt a great deal of nrmey u getUng
tho rtodoea rc good oewhlou for the
Bt tarns travel and will have It In fine
rhspe by the Unw the World' rah be-
Goes with the Southern Pacific.
- Bryan Texas October lt-Wcbb Chat-
bain of this dty. who for several years
S" bn "'Pf'ved wiu the Houston and
lexas Cw.lial at Dallas has resigned hht
pum. and will leave la a fewdayS for
J?clKy t a loslthw with the
w..uM enu. i ues paBf ntoi gsparl '
1 New Schedule for Palestine. '
Palest laa Texas October H-Tbe now
Urns card which went Into effect hud
ntgbt oa th InteraatloneJ and Great
Northern snake sosus radios ehanges In
tbs time for departure of tralna. ssuectai-
ly on the norti end. --
- Notes snd Personals' -
Kly Ensign traveling passenger agent
for UMSouthera PacUlo spent Sunday la
' Paul Klrkpatriokv '. traveling freight
agent for the Katy spent Bundar at
Captain A. C- Hutchlaon. traveling''
freight and passenger agent for the Texas
Midland hesdquartera TcrrelL was la the
Joseph Helleh assistant general pasaen.
ger agent of the Southern Paclfio Atlan-
tis system has returned to headquarter
from Merlin. Mr. Hellea Is muoh int-
proved In health. it
TILE COUNTY LOSES
Travis Can- Not Collect Taxes
on Funds. .-1
' Austin ' Texas October ll-Dlstrict
Judge Penh has rendered his declsloa in
the osie of Travis county against th
Fidelity companies who are required to
keep 1&M0O each oa deposit in th State
trsasory dspsrtment Th county sought
to Ux th money aa deposits and th'
court decided la favor of the defendants.
Notice ot appeal was gives. -
. Governor' IIs Returned. .
Austin Texas October ' ll-Governor
Lanham returned last night from f"n
Antonio where he onened the big fuir.
He ntonounces the exlillli to ha snu.i
the Vt he ever saw and pni..is un-
bounded success for th enterprise.
General Hulen at Home.
Austin Texas October U. Aajiitant
General Hulen returned today front fort
Worth eh-i lie b bn for Is f-. t
f.-w n .vs v i i
I 1 - . I
'nee of fh ..'
1 a horse Th Fi-'
X olwii' ifmr.ox tr
V ul by tm -'-r of 1
during th r- "t
- t'f-nnful coup at ft.o
k of the fttct t
y.y the most ui
r' puk aid r
tS coup was poi
fui stt)ild m any trfctk during th-i
prwent ri:t:.ry Mike Dwyer . the c
time BotKd piuager renbOas ss ths b.--vuiual
who wasered the hirgeet bet e.-r
record by ny on roaa.- It bap n. l
tepieiiiber 1 1 o at bfieeiahend Bay i
Cotton VV'Ji pouuiia tcluatilln up ana
b dinette. N pound it. iljjams In uw
saudle. Were Hi only staiiar for the
AVSraK swikts Otis mil and three m-
teeoths. A short time previously on
Orv trurk Joe cotton had -Beaten
ueite. 'ius track a ueavy but "
coiiidiHl to give Uis mars a ciwnus
aud Jue louw wsis" Held la ins Oy.uo
irum 1 to to 1 to w. urn-nut oecided Umi
1 tu ws a good urtce asnnt hie ho. s
aua deciued to risk euousu to win -.-If
lie put up "ud ana took oowo prin-
cipal end prout. But had au esceedu.S.f
'iisnt 1H lor twin in tetriilc urive o
Cut ton got 4ne verdict by a noae. Biwae
Leoule said that tue money s deadud
by a head omers voted It a oead het
but Hie luuge ueuided with Dwtr. '
' it was a common wing lor sitae iiwyer
to wager irom smiw to on tianuvr
when that horse was-a t-year oiu. it
was alee a reiuarkiiuie piece ol luck that
one osy. when the norse LSKitaid b.i
lianover the WHmakers retimed to ac-
cept Dwyer'S money. Hut Uiers were
juany o version wuan Dwyer bet many
thousanus and lost wepteiuoer 1 lii at
blieeusneaa iay ne bet to wis
on Hindoo In the biepuiotner iiiiil..viu
and lost a here were three siarteis
cnckmoreV lu pounus Lsiu km H.n-
000 Ui. encsmore won anu-riluooo w
last At the name course June in lo't
Kingmaker carryuig iut pounds and fcir
John earning lu puunus met on a heavy
uacg at a mils aua a quarter. The hut-
ting Was 1 to t sgaiuit air Jonn s- (
Dwysr liked It so wen tnst be bet k -ton
to win tMW- Kingmaker won easuv.
Tlist The siodler s itHwwers were m
then Ricky to cash tneir bets snd tiwt
some eog did not slip tnat mlgnt hv
upset tne plans of ths Cromwell loiiowmj
li proved oy research into turf hiuo .
which' snows that such snrswd turf tac-
ticians as I. J. stecatfsrty Mney uraa-
naa snd Pittsburg rail have lost thou-
Sanaa to the-uiayers where seeming y
svery precaution bad been made to pre-
vent the I good thing'' gome wrong.
; PLUNGB AT FAIR GROUNDS.
; It was' about tbs mlddl ot June UK
that McCaf fertr bet fetOS on Aloha In th
Cyclone stakes at St Louis. Ha bad Just
bought th horse for over fM.Ms. Th
auk wag worth Isss than one-tenth t
Bum 'and MoCaffarty was going to rid
Aloha. Aloha bad to carry 130 pounds
Gvido 12. Oregon Xcllpsa 1U Bolivar IU
and there war a tow others In." Bolivar
was backed ao was Guldo whUe Oregon
Lcllose was strongly played for the place
'toe wise men of the ring accepted Atouat-
lerty money with glad hands as tbouis4
they knew a good thing wnen tney saw it.
When the race waa run txuuto won Ore-
gon JHcupse was second with Aioha a
poor thtru. ImmM.Htwy thoos bookinak-
ers who had hud luouioua sums s int
Muldo o' to chsi-o t-.-'t i.i'ri-.seriy
btui i-i -t-1 a i m 4
Utter placed douois the amount tin uu.
The essocuuion was-appealed -to but
nothing was ever dose swokmalters then
held aa indignation meeting and threat-
ened to bar MoCaf fertr a homes lit the
betting. But MoCattarty aa suoeaqnent
turf history showed bet most of nut
money amounting to C0M in all away
from th St. 'Louis track. He was trying
to win out with Aloha la bis first start
Ths largest amount vsr won oa on
rsoe In ths United States wss taken down
r Walton weU known In the ml'
a ''Plunger" Walton. Walton later fUed
a petition in bankruptcy but at shoe pa-
head nay Mepteuiuer it nil there was
a rsoe between Pierre Lorillard's Barrstt
IN Bounds; Dwyer Bros.' Bootjack Id
pounds and Snedeker ft Co. uirone. Its.
Whorten an Bnglish boukmsaer who
osms to this country with a lot of money
and pluck and returned home with a
small bank roll and a weakened spirit
was laying odds on ths race H laid
Wslton ta.00 against tia.OW at the open-
ing of the betting and shortly afterward
guv him t'fi.ouo against lio.Oui ma kins a
total of t4i0 against g.wi which prob.
til il!n" I0? i"Tier bet between
tw i IndlvlduaU than BL JC. Smatnsrs t.
1. Byan and Pltuburg Phil aa recall
with a reeeat-day bookmaker. Girofl
won and Walton cashed bis bet
..fi1 sseond snd Bootjack was
third. Walton won ). tatlon
from other bookmakera and cieertsv-
Ot on the race. Billy Donohue wss
fftr" "'i ';. U
Barrett and McLaughlin was en Boot.
Jsnk. Lorlllard and Mike Dwyer -wer.
heavy losers on tbs mci aod U UaToos
BIGGEST IV KSTKI1N BET. .
One of the erwtsst bet ever watered
on Western track was at Wahlagtoii
park. Chicago ta in and. was betweea
Indivldusls. But It was not a race at
that track. U wa on th auilch race
bstweea Tenny and Salvatob aula and a
ousrter at Bheeprhead Bay. Qtorgo
Wheelock thu Castorn layer who oper
ud at MemphU and other Western and
Southern tracks that aeason was booking
at Waahlngtoa park. -Jama A. Murphy
asksl him It he was open for a tBMs bat at
( to I on renny. WhSSoo MwWod br
eocpif.g thti wager and asking for mora
uX9?.?" U bBl "d then exdtlh-
Ited a telegram from Davil Pulafer.
P1? in.:a5' h was run in
:. but Salvator won by a heal 'kaso
rmrke4 to Matt Byrnes tralaer of bvl-
alor that Salvator had won In bit
and afterward proved his assertion.
The itearest epiiroaoh to Walton's erln-
ot"a that of Pittsburg
lhil .W!T!il.'d.m hta oolt King Cs
mus In the Sapphire stakes at4iv fur-
J"n nd nIUt Bheepehoat Bay Bop-
teniber t 1J1. - Smltl. backed tbecoli in
poolrooms. Just aa The i td.tler folk did.
but unlike. The Fiddler's frisndsrilus:
burg PhllVcked his colt at ths tract
He got odds ranging trom e to 1-to t to
1 (.gainst his money. Hs bsd been losing
particularly on but own horses so much
that the layers bad learned not to fear
his enormous trsnmctiona. In a dr.vlng
finish King Cadmus was landed a win-
ner with Fred Taral Hums:. Only a head
: behind was Lucky BuMwMV Gellndo
i It wss an instance where the proverbial
; luck of Baldwin did not prevail against
. ths skill displayed In the saddle by Tat-
ral snd the Smith's family lurk. The
Pittsburg plunger won nearly I.S.00I on
At gbeepahead Bay August M IBS
JU5T no ;':10Y
Boat km wo-
rn oook-stv t
. whea for Of -xw
rst- g i
t'lnnd sla .- a ti
and m i" - a ) i . - -i i
'I d..n e It e o. it
e lol I.. . i i i4 .i v. I
CMrrled by l.it. h .1 h- 1
e dec 1. red .off. In poo -ium-i '-
: ths OU'IA on l-arveo-.e m r::: y
iiied. "the r.t hwviog hetin V t r. t
oe bag" s It -r. and Pitiat-
I found It ImnowHiie tfitplmw aii-
g like the amount onifliuuir w. '
i. Parvenue won nnd hi owner -'d
that th nil-" We In w'-'-ie
-d him a toes of Ms' In nit
i hs would havs won. fc.ven tvu hs
i s largs smount on the rare. Jut be-
the start of that race Doit who
l the mount. Baked Phil for Inatruc-
im. The answer was simply "You II
o" There ws s lot of ooio-y bet In
:oego on BunHhlns WblpWey in tit c
-d forsign bonk. which w then
rated at Hawtixnne and (Mrfiid
ik. Ths entire pooiioom colony ever
. United suite reflected tiie order
. declare "all bets off' but the Chic so
illnsent. Bunsliin Whiskey set the
oe for half a and then dlsap-
nred. Ilk a majomy of "good things."
i St Louis tntries. '
Plv and a half furlongs. Vysar-olas-?
Ink Danlsls 101. Mas Ross Ut Or Mo-
Kenney Woods Perry' 111 Msrrt George
! Orient Ida Davis Csryota 111 Baa-
- iio 10V. Knlshons lia. Ton Msnklnt
i tab Dugeshetl 111 Klngsboro Ui Pilgrim '
tr Ml.-'.. .... . - ' ' - ".''' '-
x furlongs selling t-year-atds and up
- --mnr Bruce. George Vivian 1W Her-
' .1 Parker Kit General Vrig W Veou
-trtx. Optimo It Tenn Bell IK Will
t .clly lot Eleanor Howard. Kitty Q. "A
r Burpriss M Great Star 110 Jean Ora-
v t lid Commena lift. Military HA. -
ville and seventy yards t-y ear -olds
1 oronla. Porquol paa Bourhs Cock ran
C Kog-w Smith IsT Treaty 114 Ds aUber
Ight and" a half fnrlonsw. atl t-yssr-
- is sad up-Valiant Little Snout lit
n McKsana lot. Flintlock m. Jack
Nine furlongs sslllng. t-yeer-elAs and
l i Deerhunter H. Linden Icila Morris
liner. Dr. Hart -M Psthos St Hegira
stelle M Bscpnet Pyrrao h
t wU KM. .. i. . .-
twvAn furlong selling t-year-ola ana
t "-Kile to InsstthriH It fcsdarer sd.
indu. Bird Pond. Athona- Beeond
tie lot Getchel M.. hien Prmt ltit
1 rank Collins K Bugls Itorn at Cup and
t own W Ailegrett aS Dav Somen UA
Cloudy and fast. ... .
yr!" .'j. I. i . . .
Five furiorigs Almadufour IU Dstor-
r. Inatlon 107 St. Paula Badger BlU'Mt
rlbtme ta crmUta. My Gent BeU
juaa M. Toksloa iU. Witchcraft MT. Bha-
wana lot Mary Duna ' Logan's ussa
Annofa J.' jsary HUliSJ..- ' 4
Selling mile and 100 yards-Ptrfetg Line
I t altbel Wheat ' Fleuron lot Charlia
1 neenpaon WJ. Irasclbl Us Mamii at
ord Melbourne si -Bt' Blmonaa tut
i nan UM. Henley Hd Tanersd Wi tt B.
CampbeU IW Lady MatchlsM M Laatp-
tils furlongs-Golden Rale lit Grand
Opera. Jack Demand. IU Whisky- bang
i 4 Toah Ms Schwaib lot BaastosM at
( olonlal Girl ' lit Introductor Uti Lady
liadnor lfti Stuive Kit Anoke hM.'.;
aad and a sixteenth handicap-Nitrate
1 Fading Light BV His Kminenoe sH
Cur Bessie IU Dt. Stephens VO Sklney
C. Love MO rluawth M Oremr It t Br
v ays tl. Pothea !. Bilet A Alfredo is
Coruscate t Tks Don ... .- i
Seven furlonsm. seiHns Pale Bearer
1 t eear lot. TlimllM lut. Pond lOL
i evolso Ml lrtth BweedoJHI Virginia
y as coriaor jLcuy mnnmutm ew
A-noiu sw. is. .
:le slllng-Lbrht ' Hunt-' Ut Nflla
I ii wn MB ouviurman mi tuns m sr
I Bird IAL Psttl Whaler btt ironcn m
i - 101 Bluo tint h-t aatrnel IM. la-
j one UU iTAia uu. Jim ht Ivt btal-
r Dixon 1M irsuk M. .W bweejt tooth
Cloudy and t. L - i
SATISFIED .WITH DEFEAT.
. .. S e . t
V. School Boys Return -from
'i- Beaumont Well Pltased
" Th BMmber 'of the High school foot-
ball team returned yesterday numlng
from Beaumont where they went to play
a gams of football with a team ot that
eltr. iJUtoough thw toesT boys were ds-
teatod ta the gams Saturdsy they re-
turn bom wU plsBd with th show
Ins the? sands In thspU City and satis
fied with tbs outcoms of ths gams.
Beaumont made an her scores' In ths
Irst bait that bslnat by one touchdown.
In the second half the High school boys
held the Beaumont team down ta their
tracks when they were within in res reef
ot the High school goal and thus saved
a second touchdown. '.-'' -
The following at lb lineup of the Sat-
urdT uw played at Beaamont - . .
H. H. S. i . . . . Beaumont.
Hel'iolbere... .................. Jneey
IWloae... .r g...... omeaiey
McNU-........l M ...........Carpenter
Soule I t...... Xwucette
Huewllier.......!... J 0. ....McLorv
-.r a ....ongK
WmiIimi.: 1 h a..
Meyer........ ........f b.........:..SIavpsoa
A. setter was iwaiei jw.iei 11.7 iirims
th Allen's academy of Bryan request-
ing a ime with th High school which
will Uhetr be srranged la th next taw
daya. - v . ' " " ' " f "
CHAMPIONS TO RACE.
Lou Dillon and Major Dtjmar
Wtl Compete in Memphis. ...
Memphis. Term.. October' lsv-lrobsblr
th most Important harness miettng f
the preeent grand cfroult aeason will be-
gin be re at tbs track of tha.Msmphw
Trotting association on Tuesday next
Th proeram cover a period of eight
days and sU weU filled stakes ars aaV
noanwd by th management.
Th featjir of th meUng wUl occur
on th opening day. when th two fast-
est trotters la tb world Low DiUoo and
Major Delmar both with a mark of two
minute flat will compete for th Mess-
phis gold cup. The horses will be driven
by thlr owners C. K. O. BUIIngs and
St. E. S-ttathers. respectively. Th track
which la pronounced by experts to hs'-th
fastest In ths country has received ' a
special preparation and wtth good wssth-
r oondiUona It to ooofldenUy expected
that several new records will b mtab-
Ushsd. . ... V
Many horses arrived today from Law
tngtoiu Iau Dillon Major Delmar and
Dan Patch wen given light work today.
TO r LAY THE INDIANS.
Fanr.'.r Vj'ill Probably llave a
Hard T.ii to Win irom Them.
CoUcm Btallon Texas October II. The
Oklahoma uulverslty footbsil team ar-
rived from Austin-this afternoon and ap-
pears to be In fine condition. Th In
disna wUl p-obably outweiah th rant-
ers by ten pounds to. the nma. --
The Ari"ultBral and Mechanical
bt to f condition with ths exception
of Car on i u ae. and Fullback Puie
who - oily disabled. This will be
the fin i i s me of the Agricultural and
Mecha t ihiaaoo and It la sxpeoled to
be a v - ' lrd one. The Agricultural
and 1 al line-up wUl b aa fol-
lows: --:. G. left and: Hope left
tackle; ' ' left guard; Captain
Blake. ' t I. (; Bottcber center; Ham.
Iter i '; Knit nrht guard; Ben-
jamin it tacaie; In r Far land right
end; lllack; Her nay quarter.
Sum '.' kauter EUls O Ncli Ben-
drl. ". l
l ite llne-ub will probsblr be
the i. i .at of ftntunlar's gams with
the 1 V of le.ii.
. t.. -'' i be plared'Mlh
pm.- at .. -: -:
iji ' '
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f f i f f - ".. I
J J ' i t s
I the day th.t ''" I
r our total CASH &.:. ta l'
. Fourth Wtrd Div!i!ca' cft:.s
. ' Houston Civic Club. ' . .
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btif'own Dint- E 1 .9-' ! ;
' Ctulf .Ctr(bU fart tii a ;
' call wbith oa r: :-wa
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lz$Si IL. LK".
nstagggggy.l li n" BmnamsamnssmniaiLgto '
rm ' t-"Kk tm' ri r i
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Cm L &-Tlc3. CctLtj Cart. -rs
PORT OF OAXVgjrrOK. OctoW ii. '
' ' ARRivmr).
Ss Concho from haw T'X. .
Ss Algiers.' from New lo. .
Sa Nurd. Irom Havana. .:
Ss Minscts (Br.l. for Havrs and Settor
Ms Wavfarsr fBr- for Uvwt '
' Btsam tug ft. a Vett ftw b.. .Orbwe
Steam tug Albert N.. Hughes tor Car-
ton. --woRX ntMsT '." '." ""7 '
Ths German stesmsr Cbtnt fn
Bremen via New Xorfc. brou t twenxy
five psisain.-e -wMoh t een -wwrsj
Immigrants Tb hlB has a (air general
aai's. 1 1- ' f . i i i
: The stesmsr Alstof of th Morwn Umx
Which arrived this morog will lw.4
Texas fcolaasar tor Nw Trorkv '
The steam tu R a VM has been snld
and sailed tor Nsw Orlsaus Sunday awt a
to iv .
' "! ; APort ISsviL V. ". .'
' Port Eads..Ootobsr lt-Arrfrd: F4ort-
Ida from Part Arthur: Parthla. from Fr.
grssso; Beilsna. from Samoa. fMleds
Olympla. for Port Umon- t.tuT. .r
Bluerwhls; Indian tor Llveroooi; Citta 14
Fatsrmo. for Cwnok via Oaivestoai Bel-
fast for Dublin. . ...--.-'.-
Frost V.'ill Do Caod. '
' DenleOn' Texas 'October B. There ws
a frost hurt nignt. but of so Usttt a -'-
that It .will do outton good ipsu
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