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6 THE OALVESTON DAILY NEWS. SUNDAY, OCTOBER 23, 19O4. DBSPITB HER RECENT II.I.HESS iHB , MADB AN EXHIBITION MILE IN XiOl 8-4. · LEFT JJTTI..E SPHYNX B E H I N D IS STRAIGHT HEATS AT MEMPHIS DRIVING) PARK. Created a Scnaitllon. itt Lntoiila by SeKilinr Field Away With Oae Hor«e In the Paddock. Memphis, Tenn., Oct. 22.-- That Lou Dillon, the champion trotting mare, has recovered from her recent illness was demonstrated today, -when, in a fast exhibition mile, C. K. G. Billings' mare circled the course In 2:01^i, despite a atrong, cold wind that was blowing up the back stretch. The fractional time of the mile: First quarter, :30%; half, 101; three-Quartera, 1:31%: tho mile, 2:01%. In the 2:09 trot, Alexander, driven by the veteran Gfers, won the third and fourth heats, after barely saving himself from the distance flag in the former heats. The 2:15 trot produced a strong favorite In Tom Axworthy, who won the first ^and vthlrd heats handily. John M was barely a prohibitive favorite for the 2:04 pace, winning in straight heats, pulled up. The 2:18 pace was won in straight heats by Ash Rose, while Little Sphynx and Per- eonette divided second and third money. SUMMARY. 2:09 trot, fl.OOO. two in three- Alexander, b. g., by Star Duroc, d a m b y George Wilkes (Geers) 8 7 1 1 Redlac, o r . h., AJterton (Grubb). 2 1 2 2 Tuna, b. m., by James Madison (Curry) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1 4 8 3 Ida Highwood. b. m., by Highwood (Spear) .................... 6 2 3 ro. Patchon Maid, blk. m., by Aberdeen (Starr) ..................... 3 8 4 ro. Jim Ferry, gr. g. , by Orange Wilkes (Benyon) ................ G 5 6ro. Hall Fry, b. g., by "Wood Sprite (FooteJ) ............................ 7 3 6ro. Axlight, ch. h., by Axtell (Nlles) 4 6 7 ro. John Taylor, rr. g., by Dispute (Wilson) .......................... 9 9dr. Time 2:08%, 2:10, 2:10, 2:12. 2:15 trot, $1,000, two in three- Tom Axworthy, rn. g., by Axworthy (Sanders) ................. 1 E 3 Lady Patchle, b. m., by Madrid . (Ecker) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2 1 2 Maud Maxlne, b. m., by Boodle ,(Snow) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7 2 4 Redwood, b. K-, by Nogwood (Burns) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4 3 3 Swift B, b, g., by Star-. B (Richardson) ............................. S 4 5 Gov. McCauley, b. g., by Gov. Strong (Foote) ............... ;.... 5 . 7 dii. Bermuda Maid, b. m., by Bermuda (Nlles) ....................... S Guls. Jolly Bachelor, b. h., by Bourbon , ·Wilkes (Spear) : ................... G 8 dr. Time 2:09%,' 2:12%, 2:11%. 2:04 pace, $1,000, two In three-- / John M, blk. g., by Paris, dam I^aura Snenr) .................................... 1 1 Nathan Strauss, b. g., by Director (Thomas) ................................. 2 2 Locanadar, br. h., by Allerton fSnow)..3 - 3 Time 2:04^. 2:03%. · 2:10 pace, $1,000, two in three-Aeh Rose, b. h., by AshJand Wilkes, dam Alice Princeton (Snow) ........... 1 1 Little Sphynx, b. m., by Sphynx (Currie) ................................... 3 2 Personette, blk. m., by Oneida (Vail).. 2 3 Bedteil, br. h., by Redheart (Erwln)... 4 4 Time 2:07^, 2:10%. La to nia Events. Cincinnati, Ohio, Oct. 22.-- The fall- meet- Ing of the Latonia Jockey Club opened today with a sensation in the first race. Starter Holtman by mistake sent the field away with Henzee still In the paddock. When tho mistake was discovered all bets were declared off. Six furlongs-- Coruscate, Phil Finch, Rod Thistle. No time; declared no rare. M f l o and an eight-- D L Mnore, Curate, Baird. Time 2:01. Five and a half furlongs-- Mum, Monaco Maid, -Suzanne Rocamora. Time l':ll. H He-- Copper field. Early Boy, Fonsoluca. Time 1:4434. Five furlongs-- Col "White, Exalted, S P Lancaster. Time 1:04. Seven furlongs-- Bcnmora, J J T, Goo Goo. Timo 1:33%. Jnmnica, Ercnls. . . New York, Oct. 22.-- Avgur, backed from 12 to 1 to G to 1, easily won the Tamaqua handicap for all ages, six furlongs, at Jamaica today. In the Ocsanus stake for 2-year-olds Heart's Desire, an added starter. won. Six furlongs-- Monet. Old England, Rifiht ,'ind True. Time 1:13 -i-5. Mile- and a sixteenth -- Glisten, Gravlna, Seymour. Time 1:49. The Oceanus. five and a half furlongs-Heart's Desire. Bedouin. Hnndzarrn. Time 1:07 .3-5. Six furlongs-- Au p;ur. Ascension, Cloten. Time 1:13 2 - . Mile and seventy yards-- Cannonball, - Spring Silk, Nuit Blanche. Time 1:4S 1-5. Mile and a furlong-- Sonoma Belle. Orthodox, Brigand. Time 1:56. Elm Rtdfre Events. Kansas City, Mo., Oct. 22.--AI Kim Ridge today Dal va y, at 3 to I, won Hie Foster trophy handicap. Six furlongs-- My Gom, Waterspout. Time Agnes Brennan, i c o l a s , o l e o . me 1:W4. Foster trophy, mlln-- Dalvny, Otto Steifel McGec. Time l:Sl"-i. Afile and a sixteenth--Golden Mineral, Jsvcrsm-ii, Iiiicclenth. Time 1:1714. .Mile-- Telephone, Tryon, Ethel Wheat. Time 1:40^. AVorlh Event*. Chicago, 111.. Oct. 22.-- BlK Ben. who has developed into one cf tho best sprinters in th* West, today captured tho f o u r t h rare. doing thfl six f u r l u n K s in 1:132-5 w i t h ir.i! potindft up. Six furloiigfi-- Allbert. ttmperor of I n d l u , My Jam*. Time 1 : l ( ;:-5. Five anil ;i hull" r i i r l o n p s - C t i l t r r . Subtle, 1'roiidwjiy G i r l . Tinu 1 I-'-". Mile «nd ;i sixti^nth-Ploral Kin* Bran- ca.s. New Mown Hay. Timi- 1:17 2-5. Six furlongs-- Hit; Hen, Mayor Johnson. Sir Brlllnr. Timo 1:13 2-5. Mile and seventy yanls -Mjirtinmns, Ilnn- kln. JAHP Holly. Time l : H i M l l o and thrcc-clpluli.x-- L i t t l e HMdn },a Chaperono, Charlie Minor. Timo il:^t. Pclmnr lOvontn. St. Lf.uifl. Mo.. Oct. L* 1 -'.-- The Forornst Ptako for 'J-yoar-nlds wits a filft to Tom Hayes at IVlmar today. Six and a Imlf furloriRs-Tn t t e n h n m , Jnkc TVi-bcr, SwiM-t Noli-. Time ):L'::U. M l l o -- V i o l i n . Uiys.m, D m m t n . Time 1 - 4 1 M l l o and s«\viity vm-dH-- M i n i i n n i I'lu'ck Morgan. F r a n k Ufre. T U n i - rir 1 * Mllf ami a x I x i i v n t h - - l Y c i c i i H ! i i n . Koot- HglitH Favorite. Tnlty Tnsji. Time V-17 Timo f! 11l -l| I1K}l ~ IJypl " y ' T h n K - VI '- 'M'fiW. Slv ami^'n half Moson. Tommy K n i g h t . A t | n « . Time 1 :'^, Milrt n u t ) i h r r -o-slxlconth«-Sam Crultr HA hot. M n i l i n . Timo 2:01'^. K ' 5nn A n t o n i o Itrtrrn, HPKCIAI. Trt Tin: Nr.wii. San ATUonto, 'ivx,, Oct. 2C.~ Tho Run Antonio I n l f i i m t t o n n l K a t r opened n n ^ p U - l o i i H . ly today w i t h n larso. i i t t o n d n m - c . 'I'lifi nn \ lew lend t h e f ; h r \ v i i s 2:» p»ce, half.mll« h«tB-Toin Comol Hah R»ymond W. Time 1:03. HunnliiK. three-eighths of a mile, dnnh-- Uncle Dick, Kunniclr, Tiomalne. Time :37 4-5. Running, Imlf-mlle dash--Dallas, Prince RuHsell, Ken-vllle. Timo :49. Quarter-mite '3nsh--Please Walter, Prickly Pear, Beosle K. Time :24. About two hundred -horses are in tho barns and the racing today was clean and free from objectionable features. Taylor Ilacem for Sa» Antonio. SPECIAL TO TUB NEWI. Taylor, Tex., Oct. 21.--The Taylof stable of racfi mares, consisting of Roy Bland'a pacing mare, GladyB island; Charles Hague's trotting mare, Martha Hague, and Mrs. I-, Nelson's trotting mare, Lady Pros, will leive tomorrow for San Antonio, whero they have been entered In tho international races next week. This trio of fleet-footed racors won good money on the Oklahoma circuit end Dallas truck recently, and great performances are expected of them by .local admirers nt San Antonio next week,. The stable is in charge of Trainer I«. Nelson. END OF MORRIS PARK. Probable That the Fine RaclnB Track Will De Cut Up Into Buildinc Loin. Now York, Oct. 22.--Negotiations have been practically completed between A. H. and D. H. Morris and representatives of the different racing associations about New York City which will, according to the Herald, mean the end of Morris Park so far as racing is concerned. In the complications arising from the announcement recently made by the owners of the race crmrso that there would be racing at the lilpsom Downs of America, despite the fact that the Westchester Association is to go to Belmnnt Pork, the new track on Long Island, tho other racing associations are said to have got together and formed a pool and will pay to the owners of the track the rental formerly paid to them by the Westchester Association. This means the payment of a sum approximating {50.000 for a year at least,, and for that time the splendid race course will be .idle. The duration of the agreement is unknown, but another year probably will flr.d land values much higher at Morris Park,' enabling tho owners to realize handsome returns by cutting up the site into building lots For ten years the Westchester Racing Association has had a lease of Morris Park from the proprietors to what was said to be a rental equaling 2 per cent on K.OOO.OOO. Its spring .meeting was'really the opening of the Metropolitan racing season, its rich stakes and plates brought forth the best horses of the year, and the attendance always Included a large coterio of society leaders. DIAMOND CUP RACE, W. Gould Broknw Won tiie International Automobile Rnce at BrJara- · ton Bencli Track. New York, Oct. 22.--In the automobile races -which were decided at Brighton Beach track today the honors for the international cup. in which French, Italian and American cars were competing, went to the credit of W. Gould Brokaw of this city, who races a car under the guidance of L. G. Bernin. A. ^. Vanderbllt'a Italian car was second and the American car driven by Barney Oldfield P tbtrd. Brokaw won the diamond cup race. ASSOCIATION'S MERGED-. TBTBH IntercolloBrinte Taken Over ly SonthTvemterii Interstate. .tfrnciAL TO TTIH NEWS. JVaco, Tex., Oct. 22.--The Texas Intercollegiate Association was tonight absorbed -by. the Southwestern Interstate Association. This was done at a called meeting of the State Association,' at which the following universities were represented: Baylor, Texas, Trinity, Southwestern and Texas Christian. F. H. .Curtlss, of the Texas University, was elected president of the new association and Will W. Campbell secretary-treasurer. It was decided at the meeting to admit no "prep" students into tho college games In the future. AL \VH1TB J S SUCCESS. Won Intercollegiate Golf Champion- nhlp nt Hamilton, Mnfm. Hamilton, Mass., Oct. 22.--Al White won tho intercollegiate golf championship today, beating H. Chandler Egan 2 up. Both men are from Harvard. WOMAN BURMEB TO DEATH. Apron. Cimeht Kroin a Chnrcoal Fire and Shu Han Into the Wind. SPECIAL TO Tut: NKWS. Temple, Tex . Oct. 21.--Further particulars were obtainable today of the horrible accident in which the aj^e'd lady. Mrs. Isaoei'.a Prater, lost her life yesterday by being burned to depth. The lady was l i g h t i n g a fire in a charcoal oven to do some ironing when her apron caught fire. She strove to unfasten t h e garment, b u t could not succeed and the flames extended to her cloth- Ing. Crazed with pain, she ran out Into the yard and tho breeze fanned the flames, wh'ch soon completely enveloped her. Tho body was burnt to a crisp from head to foot, not a spot escaping except the feet, A skirt band was the only thins unburned clear down to the shoes. The unfortunate woman soon* thereafter sank Into uncon- RciousneFK. from which she never recovered. The f u n e r a l services were held today at Mount Vernon cemetery. WRECK OX SANTA PE. Frclfflit Train. Delays Traffic for Six. . HonrN. SPECIAL TO THE NEWS. Temple, Tex., Oct. 22.-- A freight wreck oe.- currecl on the S;!nta Fe yesterday afternoon near Heidcnheimer, tearing up the track for a.- considerable distance and wrecking five cars of merchandise. The southbound passenger was detained here for six hours ?.s a consequence, an'd the northbound train due at 3:30 p. m. did not arrive u n t i l a f t e r T j». m. Many of the passengers on the latter t r a i n beinj? in a hurry, walked into town, a distance of over eifihl miles. One T H A 1 \ STRUCK WOME.V. Thoy Were Slttlii*? on a B AVnx K i l l e d , SPECIAT, TO THE NEW*. Greenville. Tex., Oct. 22.-- As the Cotton Belt passenger train was coming from the cast today it struck two negro women who were sitting on a bridge t h i s side of Sulp h u r Springs. ' The t i ; t i n was st'.pi:cI and the !wo women were brought U Onnimcrce. one of t h e m cljinif In-fore the t r a i n reached t h a t j i l a r f . Tho " o t h e r is a Rlrl about. ] 4 jvfirs of jisjo and is rmisidcn'd to be f a l a l l v i n j u r e d . Their names could not be learned. T h i r d Siiprontf DiHtrlet. Sntnr.ii, TO THE NKWS. Fort W o r t h . 'IVx.f Oct. 21'.--Proceedings in the Courl of f l v i l Ajipe.'tls for tho Second Supreme J u i ! l c ] i i t - l ) i * f r f c t *f 'IV-\-;iH at Fort W o r t h : M o t i o n s p r n n t e d : I M t e r h n r k ^- Il.-irris C o m p j i n y vs. A d n m s Jiurks-Simmons Com- p:iny el ;il, to dtsmtss ;ipii-;il. Mot ions o v e r r u l e d : Wynin n et al ·"s. K e m p - A i n a r l l l o (Irocerv Companv. fur cer- tlnwri. Ili« versed In pn rt i\ nd a fllrmed ! n pa i t : LoKiin ot n i vs. Uiibertsou et al, from U O M I U O . Itt'voived and I'enuiiuU'd: Word VM. Man's, from P o t t e r ; Haw U'lMM v;«. .MisHonrl, K a n - sjis Tox.'iH H u l l w i i y r i u n p n i i y . from Turn u i t ; C n l f . v o l n r a d u ,;- S a i i l i i l-'c I t i t l l w n y t ' l i m p a n v vs. t )]!!.· ('Isnm. from CoUKe; TI-XJI.S .V P.n-illc K i i l l i i i . ' i d I ' u i n p u n y \*, 1-Min;-. from T u y M r . ('UM's s n l . m i U . d : ScuKKln V8. l l : i i d w l r k o et t i l , fr.nn T:iylor; ' I V x i i s t t I'ncllli. K i t l l - w n y Comp.'iny vs. M U R K fr D r y i i n t i , from T H m i n t ; MJUUC rompany vs. S m i t h , from Mltelii-11; i l i i i i l . ' v VH. UOK*TH, from M i i e h o l l ; N h - k H vft, H i n i N ' t t ct n l . from l.ynn; }Utx VH. S t u t n i-f T O X U M -V r"i. I t i i R x o t ] , from I i l p f t f o n t h H H P H net for X'iv, W: Yountf v*:. PlcOKT rt n l , f n i t n Kislu'i" Western U n i o n 'i'ele- u n i n h C n m p n n v v;*. ) t ! l c el nl. f n m I t u M i u r ; C o l l i n s V H . M u r p h v , from M a r t i n ; Nor I h r r n 'fi-xes Tuirl Ion ( ^ n i n p n n y v«. I . i - w K from T j i r r a n l ; Cliirnrrn. Ufrk l'n!ntni p a r l M r I t n l l w u y Coii-.pnny VH. K i n jr. from M i m t n K " " : wnm: o i m p a n y v s . M c M j l l f o n . f m i i i M i i n t i u ; i i i ' T i n * i - - ' - "i Sun M ' t i i u f i M - l i n - i M ! : ( ' o m i ' . n i y THH A. * M. USD TEXAS CHRISTIAN TO DEFEAT OX TUB COLLEGE GRIDIRON. VISITORS COULD NOT 'WITHSTAND LINE; IM,UMH;S AND LONG KM HUNS BT FARMERS. Walker Kicked Four Goal* Out of Five--Seven Substitutes "Were on the Winning: Team* VPIOIAX. TO THB Kiwi. Collese Station, Tex., Oct. 22,--Amid heat and dust, the veterans of the Agricultural and Mechanical College football team defeated the Texas Christian University eleven by the decisive score of 29 to 0. The visitors were totally unable to "withstand the line plunges and long end runs of the Farmers. They were equally unable to advance the ball in tho face of the A. M.'a strong defense. They held the local even for down only once, and only once did.they make their distance when the ball was In their possession. A. M. kicked off, but Recured. the ball on a point and made the first touchdown fh less than three minutes of play. The touchdowns were made by Boettcher, Deledernier and Kendrick. Walker kicked four goals out of five. Two first team men were unable to go into the game and In the latter half five A.' M. substitutes were given advance. -"Woodman's work at end was the feature of the game, as was also the .work of,. Kendrick at guard and Belesdernier at halfback. The Hne'.ip of the teams was as follows: Agricultural and Mechanical College--McFarland, left end; Boeetcher, captain, left tackle; Cornell, left guard; Mauk, center; Dale, right guard; Kendrick, right tackle; Woodman, right end; Walker, left half; Deleedernler, right half; Benjamin, fullback; Foster, quarter back. * Add-Ran--Burnet, left end; Muse, captain, left tackle; Frizzcll, left guard; Marten, center; Bloor, right guard; G. W. Wright, right tackle; White, right end; Knight, left half; Harbour, right half; Cashmere, full back; Grissom, quarterback. Time of halves, 20 minutes. Officials--Bethea of Texas and Andrews of Wisconsin. BERNAU'S CHALLENGE. The Gnlventou Athlete Has Not Heard From Underwood or the H on it- ton Sports. A News reporter called upon Prof. H. Bernau yesterday seeking informaUon as to the progress of negotiations, if any there *were, between Mr. Underwood of Houston and himself with reference to the proposed wrestling match. Prof. Bernau issued his challenge to Mr. Underwood over a week ago through the columns of The News, and states the conditions under which he would meet the Houston man. They were somewhat at variance with the conditions under which Mr. Underwood desired to meet the professor, and when the latter learned them he offered to make some concessions in tie hope of bringing about the contest. "No, 1 have heard nothing from Mr. Underwood or any of the sporting fraternity of Houston," said Prof. Bernau yesterday, "and I fail to understand it. It is either that Mr. Underwood does not wish to meet me under the conditions that I last stated, or else the eportng element of Houston Is unable to raise the money to make the bet I am very anxious to learn what they intend to do up there, as I would like to know where I am 'at. 1 The conditions I named are perfectly fair, I think, and I am anxious to meet Mr. Underwood that way. I have not yet given up hope of hearing from Houston, but will think pretty soon that they are not considering the proposition unless 1 get some word from them." TUI/ANH DEFEATED JltSTOX. Expect* to Go Aernindt Varsity Later in t h e Season. SPECIAL TO THE NEWH. New Orleans, La., Oct. 22.--Texas State University football people will be interested In Tulano's opening of the season here today, when Rust on was beaten by a score of 31 to 0. Tulane, put up some good team work. By the schedule proposed Tulane expects to meet Texas later. The Louisiana State University defeated Huston College at Baton Rouge yesterday-- Went Point 11, Tale O. West Point, N. Y., Oct. 22.--West Point nfe;tted Yale 11 to C today in their annual football game. It was the, first time the army has ever won from Yale, and s'miich rejoicing tonight in the army camp. The soldiers' two touchdowns were the results of Ions runs. Pennsylvania 1*1, Columbia 0. Philadelphia, Pa., Oct. 22.--The University of Pennsylvania football team today defeated Columbia University team by the score of 1G to 0. Pennsylvania scored two touchdowns in the first half and one- In the second, goal resulting HiirvHrd 12, Carlisle Indiana 0. Cambridge, MUIK., Oct. 22.--Two brilliant end rMMS by Capt. Hurley and another by Nichols, backed by a s t u r d y defense at nearly ;tll "times today enabled Harvard to defeat tho Carlisle Indians 12 to 0. Princeton «0, I.chl^k 0. . Princeton. N. J., Oct. £2.--Tho Princetons jjained their easiest football victory of tho leason today and defeated Lchiph by tho 'eoro of 60 tn 0. The game was marked by b r i l l i a n t plays. T r l n l l y -1!, Jin y lor 0. SrrciA!. TO 1 IIB NEV;H. avo, Tex., Oet. 22.-- The football teams of Trinity University and Baylor University playwl ft good game hero today with a big crowd. T r i n i t y won 22 to 0. Olhor CmitcM. Ith.icn, Oct. '^.--Cnrnt-ll defeated Franklin and W n r H M i i l l t n d » y , :!H to ii. r i n d i i i m t l . Ohio, Oct. IE.--University of C i n r l i i i i n t l . 1!; K f i t n c k y S t a t e ("'olleRo, 0. At A t l ; i 7 1 tn --School of Tochnolofiy, 22; U n i v e r s i t y of Tennessee, 0. i r i n t i i K n a m -- A u l i u r n , 10; University of "Nashville, 0. Minneapolis--Minnesota, l i f i ; Grtnncll, 0. Ann Arlior-Mlchifian, 1^0; West Virg i n i a . 0. Mitdi.'-on--Wlsconnln, fil; Drake, 0. W n ^ h i n p t o n -- ( J e n r f t e t o w n , 4Y; Washington mil, 0. Lincoln, Xo'i. -- NVlinifMin, "I; Kiiox, 0. f h 1 c i ! K » - - t ' h l ( i i f ; n , 'Jii; N n r l h w e p t r r ] ] . ft. L n f i i y e l t " . I n I . - H l t i m K :!l; I ' u r d u e , 0. A linn polls-- Niivy, 0; Dickinson, 0. I ' l o v i c l r - n c o -- A m h e r « l . ,'i; I l r n w n . 0. Columbia, Mo.--'MlsKdtiri, "7; K o n l u c k y , fi. C;reen»boro, X. f 1 . -- \ i n l v e r H i t y of North Carolina, 11; Norfolk A. A., It. New Orleims- Tuliine. r n l v e i H i t y , 11; Hunt i i d u t t t r l n l h i H l t l u t e , o. ( M f i n n n n , S. r - · t ' l c m m - n ColloRo, 10; Unl- c r H l t y of iJeot'Kin, fl. ( . n u n C i t y . KM. - I ' l i l v e v f l l y nf K l n r l d n , 0: l n r l i l i l S l n t o CnllrKi', L»;;. N n s h v i l l e , Tenn. V u n d r r M l l , 2ft; Hollo, 4. ereii quite Horlotis. as the boy's llmba were budly lacerated by the animal's tee to. · The dog was immediately killed. ROAD TRANSFER COMPLETED. The New York, New Haven * Hartford Bu,« the New York, Oatnrio A Wc.tcra. New York, Oct. 22.--Negotiations for the sale of tho majority of the capital etock^ of the New York, Ontario Western to the New York. Now Haven Hartford 'Railroad have been practically concluded, according to the World, which Bays: At a meeting of tho directors of the former system, to be held In this city Nov. 9, they will be given an opportunity to accept the offer which has been ma do through President Mellon, on behalf of the New York, New Haven Hartford stockholders. Negotiations for tho New York, Ontario Western have been conducted by President Fowler and Kuhn, Ixieb Co., who control 275,000 shares of the stock. The minority stockholders, who have been represented by a committee headed by James B. Clows of the banking house of Henry Ciews Co., are stated to have assented t the proposal, which is a sale outright of the assenting stock at 45, or a guarantee of 2 per cenf in dividends. When the minority committee began Us campaign to abolish the voting trust it became necessary' for the management to call Jn the services of Kuhn, Locb Co. to save the control. This was done through tho purchase of 275,000 shares, it is understood. At the ensuing meeting, some weeks ago, stockholders were presented with plans tor terminating the voting "trust which controlled the property. These were predicated on the acceptance by the stockholders of a new financial scheme,. Involving the flotation of 510,000,000 In bonds and the promise of a declaration, at tlw meeting Nov. 9 of a 3 per cent dividend. It fs stated that control of the roa3 being assured, it was then offered for sale to several lines, Including the Wabash, but the competition was keen and the bid submitted by the New Haven IB understood to have been more than the others were willing to meet. Commlmion Ruling*i BF«OIAL to TSB NBWB. Austin. Tex., Oct. 22.--In approval of Joint application, submitted under No. 83 of the Texarkana Port Smith Railway Company, authority is hereby granted for the adoption of the rate of 18c per 100 pounds for the transportation of refined petroleum and its products, in carloads, from Port Arthur to Houston and Gaiveston. Effective Oct. I, 1904. In. approval of Joint application, submitted under No. 273 of the Oalveston, Har- risbure San Antonio Railway Company, it IB hereby ordered that commodity tariff No. 17-A, issued by this commission to apply on sundry commodities, in carloads, transported .by railroads between points in Texas, and effective -March 10, 1899, be amended by adding to Item 26, applying on news or print paper, the following note: Note--Rates to points on the Houston Texas Central Railroad, Houston East West Texas Railway. Texas New Orleans Railroad, Gaiveston, Harrlsburg San Antonio Railway, New York, Texan Mexican Railway shall not exceed 34c from Houston and 37c from Galveston. This order shall take effect Oct. 24, 1901 Pet role am Rates Hearing. SPECIAL TO THB KEWC. Austin, Tex., Oct. 22..--It Is ordered that notice be Riven to all parties Interested that the Railroad Commission will on Tuesday, Nov. 15, take up and consider thu matter of a readjustment of the rates applying on refined petroleum and Its products from points on the Texarkana Fort Smith Railway and Texas New Orleans Railroad south of Beaumont to points in Texas common point territory. As a basis for consideration at the hearing it Is proposed to establish from the points named the maximum rate applicable from Beaumont to common points. Frisco Inspection Tour. ; SPECIAL TO Tni NEW*. Now Orleans, La., Oct. 22.--General Manager C. R. Gray of the Frisco, with the party of. Frisco 'officials accompanying, today inspected the teiminais of the system here under the guidance of Chief Engineer HInckley of the Frisco and the New Orleans Terminal Company. Tonight shortly after 6 o'clock the entire party left for 1 St Louis. Mr. Gray stated that he would not be able to announce when Frisco trains would enter New Orleans, until the work on the terminals had progressed nearer completion. Texas-Mexican to Reduce Time* SPECIAL TO THH NKWB. Corpus Christ!, Tox., Oct. 21.--In compliance with the demands of Corpus Christ! merchants and the traveling public generally, the Texas-Mexican officials announce that they will soon reduce the running time between this city and Laredo o.t least two hours. It now requires tun hours to make the trip of J5Q miles, and the new schedule will cover the distance In eight hours. Grain Kates Advanced. New York, Oct. 22.-Trunk lines east of Buffalo have agreed upon another advance in grain races to the Atlantic seaboard. It ·will go into effect Nov. 1 and amounts to half a cent per bushel on wheat, flax, coin, rye and barley. These new rates will be operative for fifteen days only and on Nov. Hi a f u r t h e r advance of half a cent""per bushel will be made in wheat and flour, corn and rye, but only one-quarter of a cent advance in barley. Snp Would be Exempt. BrEciAT, TO THE NEWS. Austin, Tex., Oct. 22.--The Railroad Commission gives notice of hearing for Nov. 35 to consider application of San Antonio Aransas Para to be exempt from the operation of tariff No. 9-13, applying on stone, sand and gravel, and to adopt a schedule of rates to apply on shipments of those articles between points on the Sap somewhat higher than the rates In tariff 1-13: Ilonnton Sotea nnd Personal*. SPECIAL TO THE NEWS, Houston, Tex., Oct. 22.--A special rate of S3 for the round trip to the San Antonio Fair has been announced by the International Great Northern for. Monday. Tickets good on the regular train leaving Houston at 7 a, m. A special train will leave at fi:30 p. m. A rate of $3-50 for the same dates from (iS-lvcstun IH announced. · A large crowd Is expected to leave Houston. Joseph Hellen, assistant general passenger agent of the Southern Pacific, received Information today that the General Passenger Agents' Association .it Old Point Comfort reported unfavorably on abolishing tho Sunday excursions. The Texas general passenger agents took a f i r m stand against tho abolishing of the, Sunday excursion. An "old hoss" sale by the Wells Fargo jJxpreKS Company !:»s ueeu an Attraction on M a i n street today. Fabulous bargains have been driven, putting gold mining plock, rubber plantations or oil wells far In tho rear. Thn Southern Pacific will run a cheap excursion next S a t u r d a y from Culvert on, Houston and Beaumont to San AnloTiio. General Manager W. G. Van VIcck left on a t r i p of inspection ovor tho lines. Col. J. T. Anderson is expected homo the latter part of next week. Col, M. H. Robbing 13 expected homo soon. SnilHivllU' Rnllrond Note*. SPKCIAI. TII Tun NKWB. S m l t h v l l l e , Tox., Oct. 22.--F. T. Tato of Ponisun haw accepted thn position of chief clerk to T r a i n m a s t e r C. [[, Scott. Mr. 10(1 Oorrfgan bus been elected chatr- m n of t h e K o a m i l n r l o v a n r o c o m m i t t e e of the l l r n l h o r h n i j i l of J - o r n m o t l v o , Knglneor*. T. (!. SayiTH. f ' t n n o r l y Hfionl for tho oxim NVw Orleans Hallway Company at ui'ksonvlHo, IM v i s i t i n g relatives here. II. (1. F.vnnn has roturnod from a visit to tho World's Fair and resumed Iris dutloH aa ohlof dispatcher. Conductor YV. 1-. .Tolimilnn of tho Wcro rll vis ton is tu Hot HjiringH, Ark., for his h e a l t h , ritiini Agent W. U PnvlHon nf Mi Oningo was ln i ro on i M w I n r M l l i l n week, 'l!]»atehor .1. I I , U r a r of 'IVinpIo WYIH lioro y o s l r r t l i i ) on h u n l n e y p . THK MOWS 1 T I C X A H A L M A N A C V o l l n w l m l T « » X H H In. l O v o i y Tnxi.n should " n v r .1 i - i i p y hi hi* MiMiuv I'Uro your oulor I o n r u A LESSON IN JIU-JITSU FREE The Most Wonderful System of Self- Defense the World Has , Ever Kn Every .man who reads knows that in Japan there exists a National system of physical training which enables the average Japanese, though small of stature, to protect himself against an attack from the largest man. This system Is based .upon .a principle new to the Western' world, 'and the Japanese have jealously guarded Us secrets. They have kept them from the world, but they have practiced It themselves almost to a man. Mr. Y. K. Tabe, of the Ten-Shin Ryu School of Jlu-Jltsu, one of the most skilled exponents of this remarkable system of physical culture, has at last given Its secrets to the world. He has written n course that explains every phase of this remarkable science of self-defense and -offense. For a limited time he will give absolutely free a sample lesson of the work. If you would like to understand what Jiu-Jltsu is, write for this tfnce. It will 'b« sent to you absolutely free, as will also a book fully describing this remarkable science and the course by Mr. Tabe. Address THE YABE SCHOOL. OF JIU-JITSU, 1110 Realty Building, Rochester, N. Y. THE WEATHER. Waihlnirtvm Foreeant* , Washington, Oct. 22.--For East Texas-Fair Sunday. Monday Increasing cloudi T ness; light north winds, becoming southerly. For West Texas--Fair except showers -In extreme southwest Sunday, Monday fair. .For Now Mexico--Fair Sunday and Monday. For Arkansas, Oklahoma and Indian Territory--Fair Sunday. Monday fair and warmer. For Louisiana--Fair Sunday and Monday; fresh west winds.. ' Temperature Record. Yesterday's temperature record at Galvesr ton, as shown by th« thermograph of the United States Weather Bureau on the roof of the Improvement, Loan and Trust BuildIns: : . Time. 7 a. m 9 a. m 11 a. m Temp. | Time. Temp. 1 p. m.... 79 S p. m 84 5 p. m ...'.....78 Weather Record. Gaiveston weather record for Oct. 22, 1904, with temperature and precipitation data for corresponding months of the last three ysare: _^ Time-- j B 7 a. m 130.171 60 7 p. m I 30.121 73 W sw .00 I Clear. .00 Clear. Maximum temperature Minimum temperature Average temperature , Precipitation [19041190311902)1901 .00 .00 .OOj .00 Cotton Reitlon Bulletin, Gaiveston, Tex., Oct. 22.--Cotton region bulletin for the twenty-four hours ending at B a. m., 76th meridian time: j j Temp, j ! jMax.l Min. I Rain i Abilene, clear Balllnger. clear Beeville, clear Blanco, clear Brenham, clear Brownwood, clear Corpus Christf, clear.... Corsicaua, clear Cuero. clear Dallas, clear Dublin, clear Fort Worth, clear Gaiveston. clear Greenville, clear II en me, clear Henrietta, elear Houston, clear Huntsviile, clear Kerrville, clear..: Lampasas, elear T.iongview, clear Mexia. clear Nacogdoches, clear Palestine, clear Paris, clear San Antonio, clear San Marcos, clear Sherman, clear Taylor, clear Tern pie, cl ear Tyler, clear Waco, clear Waxahachie. clear Weatherford, clear Whavton, clear...... Means ^ . . - I 81. C| 4f..2| * Not included In means. DISTRICT AVERAGES. Central Station-- I I Temp. I I No. I Max.] Min.I Rain Atlanta Augusta Charleston Gaiveston Little. Rock Memphis Mobile Montgomery New Orleans Oklahoma Savannah VlokPburp .no .no .(H) .00 .00 traca .00 .00 .00 .00 .00 .00 .(JO "Trace" indlrnten Inappucinble rainfall. Note.--Tho nvernKo m a x i m u m and minimum temperatures and tho average rainfall are made up nt ench center from tho actual number of reports received. Tho "state of woftther" Is that prevailing at tlmo of observation. Clear weather generally prevails over tho entire cotton belt. Decidedly cooler weather is reported from tho Eastern districts, whilo tnmnnrnlurcs hnvo risen slightly in tho Western districts. I f f K h l f r o s t : Am Ho, La., Atlanta, Gn , and C b a t t a i H M i f t n , Tenn. CURE AT HOME Dr, M o L a u g h Hn'a Klootrio licit ii a post- tlvo euro for Uhauina- tlnm, Lnmo Back, Kidney I'ftins, I^um- hfipo, Uclntlca, Stum- acn a n d L 1 v o r Troubles, Norvo»« Tob l t l t y , rhyfllCAl D«- rllno and all A i l m e n t s from which penpln *Uffr. It RlVON )1fA to t h e n»*rvo!i. Koothon ln. U oures while rllo tcilur for my kr^ik. II In ft'Mit fro ft, Hpfl truthfi for *»'^nk ni^n. A l)!t. H. 1. lli'I. IT; (.'MJiul Kt . N n i v l i t n t i t t f u l W-P.IRO kil. nnd lit full of *, Star * Clothing House - The Progressive Store, '2405 ctp12407 Market Sreet We Show You the right kind of clothing at the right price. 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Texas Almanac X grout Republic In Itsolf, tho resources of Teinn are Imperial, and It has In thl* c o m p l e t e nnd oompuot K»llo a w o r t h y exponent of iKlvantHKun.-BAI.TlMORE SUN. A valu»l)ln w o r k for r n a d y r n f e v r n c o , and would bn of thoio oont»mi)l««ln K Iminls-rBtloli Into tho btntc.-MMMI'HtS PIIANTERS JOUHNAU The ALHANAC rivf.r. ihn kind of Information Uw publlo w*nt» to know-OHlCACJO DROVKHS JOUItNAl.. i firm* mptf* or Ike A1nuu*r o T"»ir I t l f n f * In oilier Mate* *** kMTr wkM · irrrnt ·« clnrlOM KlnU- j u u llvr In. Tlirr'M he *!«« to «rt u* If tkft kni.k «»mld o«n«« «m I. cnmi- (« null l« T.xiw, (hfj'll THB VHICI3 151 W ClCNTKl UT MAII, .11

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