San Antonio Gazette from San Antonio, Texas on April 13, 1907 · Page 20
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San Antonio Gazette from San Antonio, Texas · Page 20

San Antonio, Texas
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Saturday, April 13, 1907
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tz SATURDAY San Antonio Gazette. A2BH 13, 1907, AMUSEMENTS. ELECTRIC PARK A M U S E M E N T S O P E N S S U N D A Y . A P R I L 14th FadofN.Y, The Most Fascinating Kide on Earth. Hell's Gate A $20,000 Scenic and Mechanical Production. Opening Will Be Announced later. Electric Park Roller Rink 9 to 12 a. m., 2:30 to 5:30 p. m. and 7:30 to 10:30 p. m. Admission Mornings Free. Afternoons, lOc. Evenings, 15c Skates Always 25c Music Day 4 Night Merry°0o-Round and Carrousel.. Sc All the animals repainted, and harmless, especially good to tlie children. P O P C O R N J Fresh Every Da.y. c N Large Package for . 5 C ^ -j- rnana r,vtK3, rrop. y FRANK EVERS. Prop. CHEWING GUM-THE "FAIR" For Pun, Sport and Pastime pay a visit to the Fair, next door to the Kink. Will be open with the bunch, April 14. Have a Free ''Look In" Electric Pe^rk R E S T A U R A N T and Lunch Counter Pies, Cakes, All Kinds at Sandwiches, Steaks, Chops, Etc., AT CITY PRICES. Best Cup of Coffee iii Texas, S.cts. Commencing Monday, Table d'Hote Dinner Prom 6 to 8 p. m. for 3Sc. Tinest Ever Served for the Money. H. M? MAGENDIE, Prep. TOURING CAR A. D. BAKEE, Prop. OPENING 1 prp "To the Wonders of the World." Bound Trip Be and lOc. CIRCLE SWING S ~ W Long Interesting Ride, SScandlOc FIGURE Remodeled Cars. New Elecfri- c»l Eliects. New Dips. THRILLING and SAFE Round Trip lOc 6 Tickets 50c ICE CREAM g SASSEEN'S STAND £ N Purest of Crea.m K E E S Popular Prices. Try Some S LOCALS FOR THE LAST WEEK OF THE SEASON LADIES-Be sure to attend the last Souvenir Matinee Next Wednesday. WE OFFER THIS BIG BILL OF HEAD LINERS I fa? I CHILDREN-Don't 1 tail to attend next Saturday Matinee last of the season BEGINNING TOMORROW MATINEE BELLMAN MOORE "A Bit of Vaudeville." LINDEN BECKWITH Presents "The Singing Portrait" DeHYLO Eccentric Balancer. HARRISON-KING CO In "Our Bitterest Foe." AL BARTLETT "His Grand Organ Chimes.". TRAINERMOHLER "Black Faced Comedians. MAJESTOGRAPH Arrange Sham Battle--Congressman Slayden, W. J3. Tuiile, George C. Eich- litz and Henning Bruhn, composing a committee of the carnival association, and general McCaskey, have arrange.l the sham battle and review April 18 at the post that will be one of the chief features of the carnival. Stephens .SHveus, attorneys at law, 241 W. Commerce. New phone 104. Given Five Years--Joseph Jefferson, a negro charged with asault to murder on W. F. Wilson, a white man, was convicted in the 37th district court late yesterday evening and given five years in the penitentiary. Wanted--For tf. S. Army; Able bodied, unmarried men between ages of 21 and 35; citizens of United States, of good character and temeprate habits, who can speak, read, and write English. For information apply to Recruiting Officer, Mooro building, avenue C and Houston street, San Antonio, Tex. Teachers Will Meet--The teacher training class of the public school met this morning at the avenue E school. C. H. Dean lias no competition in vehicles and rubber tiring when it comes to quality and price. 226 8. Flores St. Mr. and Mrs. Sevier Coming--Mr. and Mrs. Hal Sevier of New York are expected . to reach this citv Monday. The}' are coming here for an extended visit to Mrs. DriscolJ-fievier's father, colonel Robert Driscoll. Pianos tuned and repaired by expert workmen. * Ban Antonio Music Co. Ordered Deported--Hong Lee. alias June l ? ong, a Chinaman, who had :i hearing before United States commissioner Scott yesterday, has been ordered deported. He was represented by Carlos Bee aud has appealed from th decision of the commissioner. Tenth annual dance, Mipnehaha council 1, D. of P., Turner hall, Saturday, April 13, 1907. Another Scholarship-President Craig- liond of the Tulane University of Louisiana has offered the- Peacock Military School a scholarship for one of the cadets of the graduating class in May. New Immigration Inspector--E. A. Plowman of St. Louts, recently appointed immigrant- inspector at Eagle Pass, has arrived in the city to assume his new duties. He will bo assigned to that office as stenographer and type- writ! st.' Frank H. Wash, attorney at law, office Moore building. New phone 70. New Pianos to Rent--Rents applied on purchase if desired. San Antonio Music Co., 108 W. Commerce St. Here on BusiuessiMK. B. "Wood, traveling freight agent of the Pere Marquette railroad, with headquarters in ' Dallas, is in the city on business.. Taking Pictures'.--Official photographer Padilla of the Sunset spent yesterday and today in San Antonio, getting views of the various points of interest in the city. He will take about 75 negatives in order that, rfe may have all kinds of views in .stock. A. Jowfly, 916 W. Commerce, opposite market house. Fresh fish, oysters, wholesale and retail, cheese, butter, Heinze pickles and canned goods. Phones. Sunday Matinee ., I5c, 25c, 35c, 50c Nights- . . . , : 15c, 25c, 35c, 50c, 75c "Weekday Matinee, best seats 25c, 15c -TO THE PUBLIC- I wish, to extend my sincere thanks for their liberal patronage during the past season, and hope for a continuance of thje same next season. Eespectfully, T. W. MOTLALY, Manager. For Messenger Service call both phones 187. Skylights, stocl ceilings and tin roofing, Eureka Roofing and Cornice Works. Old phone 293 3 rings, 409 Austin St. AMUSEMENTS. Grand Opera House · Tonight and Tomorrow Night. LAST ATTRACTION OF SEASON. The New Version o£ ; Company of Fifty, Including MASTER EOSEN AS BUSTER. Matinee 25c - 50c 76c Night 25c to $1 Monday and Tuesday "THE UNWRITTEN LAW- JUST RECEIVED CAR Screerv Door Windows Beutiful Patterns Low Prices . PRAEGER Screen Buyers' Headquarters 322-324 E. Commerce Street BASEBALL ' TODAY AND SUNDAY ORANGE (OULF COAST LEAGUE) VS. SAN ANTONIO LEAGUE Game Called at 4:00 Dr. F. HADRA, Qenito-TTrinary, Skin and Eectal Diseases. Office: 119 Alamo Plasa., Over Katy.Tfcket Office. Ex-Snrgeon TJ. S. Army. Princes Skating Paviilion I TONIGHT Fancy and Trick Skating By McCarty and Ha.nson ANNOUNCEMENT! I beg to inform my friends and the public that I am NOT going out of business, only selling my old fixtures to make room for NEW ONES. I am at the old stand, doing a big .business and ready to serve you. Eteapcetfully, AG N E FTS·- DRUG STORE COK f/OVSrOM A A Vf. C. CROTHERS ®. B I R D S O N G "The Kodak Place" 214 E. Houtton Street Kodaks, Supplies, Developing ni Printing Wi ffiloomi Carnival Visitors to Our. Store WOEK and JPAINliESS EXTRACTING A SPECIALTY. Sat of Teetn ?5.00 Best Set $8.00 Silver Fillings ...BOe np All Crowns $5.00 All Work Guaranteed 10 Years. GEO. M. FAIEPIEIJD, DJ5.S. Third Floor, Hicks Bailding. STORE IN CARNIVAL ATTIRE Bright and attractive decorations will please the eyes of the visitor of our store. goods, tasty displays. We have just received a large line of most beautiful French china novelties, service plates, bread and butter plates, chop and chocolate sets, etc., astonishingly reasonable prices. Don't miss our magnificent window displays. WHAT SHOULD YOU EXPECT OF A REFRIGERATOR? Perfectly healthful preservation of food stored therein; low temperature, dry air, good insulation and sanitary lining. It takes a BOHN SYPHON EEFRIGEB- ATOR to fill these conditions satisfactorily. Temperature eight degres above freezing; the patent syphons positively prevent tainting of food and assure perfect circulation and dry air. 13 walls insulation, solid oak case, porcelain lining. See one practically demonstrated in our window. . - 'RiglsteredTridillark. Never at this time of the year has'ttere been shown such a beautiful aray of fine China as we have at present. Our plate racks in the latest Mission style are just the tiling to beautify a home when adorned with handsome china. Our line of eight-day cathedral gong clocks is very complete and we offer the best for the price. Mission 8-Day Clocks for $2.75 WE ARE HEADQUARTERS IN NicklePlated ^CopperGoods The Sternau Coffee Machines, Chafing Dishes, Trays, Novelties, etc., are well represented at lowest prices obtainable; also a complete line of bathroom supplies. THE "ALASKA" REFRISERATOR Is without a dpnbt the best popular priced box on the market. Its patent, air circulation, removable waste pipe are unsurpassed. Nothing but thoroughly seasoned lumber is used. You can buy them from $8.90 up. GUARANTEED Garden Hose for 8c per foot PANGOAST-MORGAN GO, DIRECT ACTION Gas Ranges In Latest Patterns River Paegapt That Night be Unique/Feature of Event, Program .for Week Most Attractive,;,... When Uie FULLWEIGHT Is Guaranteed Our PATRONS, and (ha P U R E S T ASK YOUR NEIGHBOR ·* DT "!AN ICE 22 BOTH PHONES 22 great and patriotic spring carnival opcngjan Tuesday morning, its inauguration will find every feature in readiness, aiidVac cor ding to tlie program previously prepared. All of the pageantry is unreadiness to move at the moment designated. Oiic^ of the'^greatest attractions of the fair this year,will be the reproduction on the San.';Antonio river of the Carnival of .-Venice. This triJl take place Tuesday, "night, April .16, the first night of the carnival. There will be several ships in line, among them the roy^l barge ;of state of king Selamat III, and the flag, ship San Jacintp. of the lord high admiral of the Alamo yacht club. Another will contain a group of the members of Minnehaha council of the Pocahontas degree of the Red Men, who will depict an historic American event. The flotilla forming the parade of this feature will contain boats of all descriptions decorated in , fantastic styles. In them will be groups and figures clad iu costumes incident to various periods. The other parades, those of the military, the Mystic Shriners and the flower battle will all be interesting and attractive. The military parade vfill be the largest martial pageant which will have ever been, witnessed here. The pageant incident to the triumphal entry into his capital of the king of the carnival wiHlikewise be a most, magnificent one. ~It is predicted the king ·rcill come in an airship,'but if he does not there will be one or more in MB train-. Elaborate preparations are being made to entertain the visiting newspaper men and to keep them busy every hour they are here (hiring Friday next. Their gridiron Mexican supper at the electric park will be a rare feast where mirth will flow freely. All of the amusement attractions in the city, among them the Majestic theater, Hiselie and Garner's big tent ' shows, tlie electric park amusements , and all of the 5 and 10 cent shows on Commerce street, Houston street and Alamo plaza will present attractive features.. The meeting of the Texas 5,000,000 club wiil be held at 10 o'clock Friday .morning at the Red Men's wigwam on Soledad street, when some very inter- : esting addresses will be delivered. 1 All of the railways have made prep- ! arations to bring the largest crowds , this year to the carnival that will have ever 'been handled during a similar sea- i son; · i -Pocket knives, guaranteed. POTCH- jERNICK'S. BURIAL P E R M I T S : Kosario P. Marzizo, I month, April 13, abscess of the bowels, 430 north San Saba street. Interment San Fernando cemetery. John Conrad Beckmann, 92, April 12, old age, 529 Madison street. Interment Alamo Masonic cemetery. · .Ramon Benjamin Westrup, 1 year. April 12, enteritis, 1325 Matamoras street. Interment city cemetery No. 6. Mrs. Guadalupe Z'imerle, 21, April 12, tuberculosis, 630 Garza street. Interment San Fernando cemetery. Cecilio Martinez, 17 years, April 12. phthisis pulmonalis, 506 Campbell street. Interment San Fernando cemetery. i Crafford Biddle, 35, April 11, tuberculosis, city hospital. Interment city cemetery- No. 7. . DK. PATJI, M. PECK, 1 Osteopauis DR. MAEY B. ]y 3ONAN, |" Hicks Bldg. Fifth Floor. Both phonen. REMOVED Jn Monday, April 15, we moyo to 321 West Commerce Street, just around tho corner from our old place. With increased space wo will carry a larger stock in all lines. Attractive bargains offered pending removal. EMERSON CO. Old Stand 122 Soledad St. "' Wade Hampton of Encinal is at the Southern. . W. A. Glasseoek of Sonora is at the Southern. P. T.i Smith and wife of Monclova, Mei., are at the Southern. J. N. Blewitt of Denton is quartered at. the Southern. John Bowell of Austin is registered at the Southern. ' ' ' " " " Judge Ailen of Pleasanton is at the Southern, · : · · - · Floyd. Shock and wife and K. C. Shock of Sti Louis are at the Elite. Henry Letter'of: East St. Louis is at the Elite. / ', Captain. Louis Hagen of Fredericksburg is at the Elite. E. H. Maggard of El Paso is at the Elite. D. H. Ply of Hondo is at the Malm- eke. O. A. Plato of Fort Worth is quartered at the Mahncke. Mrs. B. P. Goff and child of Kennedy are at the Mahncke. W. B. 0(Iem of Hondo is at the Mahncke. J. E. Grinstead of Kerrville is quartered at the Mahncke. . Mrs. E. G. Polly and child and Mrs. Camp of Samuels aro guests of the Mahneke. Judge W. A. Murray and wife of Floresville are guests of the Mahncke. John O. Buenz of Laredo is at the Mahncke ott his return from the Texas lumbermen's convention at Houston. O. Jameson of Calvert is at the New Maverick. M. V. Barlow of Cotulla is at the New Maverick; J. Wooldridge and wife of El Paso are guests of the New Maverick. C. A. Wheelock of Dallas is registered at the New Maverick. . Johnson of Cleveland, O., is at the New Maverick. John Hoeing of Dallas is at the Bexar. . Mrs. Belle Burns is ill at the physicians' and surgeons' hospital, where WILL OEDICHE MAYOR AND CITY OF- FSOIALS TAKE NOTICE Tour attention is called to the following two sections of the city charter, and you arc hereby notified that hereafter you will be compelled to obserTo them The fact that during your present city administration thev may have theJ''? 1 ' 0 *'i'l vl ° lat f t . wll l,!" 'o-eer be tolerated, and you are warned that the wuzcns will see to it that the charter regulations are enforced and that you obey them. ? o,,r experience with the. courts .of the land,-and the law in'the pol.ce aml_fire conmnssum cases, should teach yon a lesson and the accompanying injunctions of a learned court will show you a method by which citizens can compel the law to'be obeyed by even a Caesar, a Czar or an Alcalde The writ of mandamus will lie against public officers who are derelict in their i duty, to enforce them to obey the law. I Please note .carefully these sections, for this will save trouble and later I your attontion wil! be «,!!«! to 80 ,, 18 section, of tho TerreT eLt"on law' which the grand jury will enforce. ' : . CHARTER, .CITY OF SAN ANTONIO Sec 38 Every citizen shall, during office hours, have the right to examine any ami nil books Bouchers, records ami papers belonging to the city and in custody of any of 'its officers, and shall have the right to take.copiesj.and rL '"J 'P\^% of «» Foper. custodians of such papers and records to an "uc\TMfeen if P a PTM °r records demanded to bo-inspected by ·.See. ,111.0, All day laborers or -jthor persons performing services for'the city foKuneertain-nenods may be paid.weekly; in such manner as the council may· prtgffl-,bv upoiupay rolls duly certified. Prividcd, that the -regular: force ..of.tho city employes'in the service of'the city aa day laborers shall not be »dd«d to., or increased q£ any time witiiin thirty days prior to the date of any state county._or city, election. . · . · * · " · ' . · t'l' **". (Advertisement.) ' . · ' ' · · · · - · "' ' · ' People's Party Ticket Mayor, BRYAN OALLAGHAN. City Attorney, JOSEPH RYAN. City Collector, CELESTIHi: VILLEMAnT. City Assessor, JOHN STAPPENBECK. City Auditor, VICTOR BEZE. . . . City Treasurer, CHAS..A.Ey HJTMMEI,. Judge of the'Corporation Court. M.;"E.-BUCKLEY. Aldennen-'atiarge, B. J. MATJERMANN. JOHN BATTER, , · WM. 1. RICHTER, JOHN T. HAMBEBTON, Alderman First Ward, J. B. LAMBERT. ' , Alderman Second Ward, EM ARNATJD. Alderman' Third Ward,. ERICH MENGER. Alderman Fourth Ward, ' · OHAS.,0. SMITH. : Alderman Fif'Ji Ward, A. I; I.OOKWOOD. ' Alderman Sixth Ward, K. J. CARET. Alderman Seventh Ward, , ED, BEADEN. . Aldenium Eighth Ward, EMIL A. KUEHN. (Advertisement.) The handsome' and substantial new church of the Sacred Heart on Prospect hill will be dedicated with-solemn ceremonies tomorrow afternoon. Bishop Forest will officiate, assisted by the Catholic clergy of the city. '· Solemn high mass will be celebrated at 10 o'clock in the morning and the dedication services' will begin at 4 in the afternoon. After the ceremonies, dedicatory sermons will be preached in English' and German. Members of the San Antonio Liederkranz will furnish the music. Rev. A. Huechemer is pastor of the new church'. BUILDING PERMITS John F. Eipps, 5. room. dwelling and outhouses, lumber, west' side Cedar street,-$1-500. . . , Cipriauo Leos, 2 room dwelling, lumber, south 6iJe. Essex street, $100. she suffered an operation 'last Wednesday." Mrs; Burns is a sister of Mrs. Sloan' of Eighth street. -.*' Amos ."Ward of Dallas is quartered, at tho Bexar. """.. : J. P. Doyle aiid family of Mexico City are guests of the Eexar. , : J. II. Feters of St. Louis is at the Bexar. . Citizens' Non«Partisan Ticket Nominated at Market Hall, March 20, 1907. Mayor JOHN W. TOBIN. City Attorney. E. P. DJGRTJM. Collector. . CHARLES HOKN, JR. ; , ' Assessor. THAD W. SMTH. Auditor. FEITZ GROOS. Treasurer. ,, JOHN P. FENTIMAN. Recorder. E.. GRIFF JONES.' Alclermen-at-Large. F. A.'CHAPA SILVA HEIMANN GEORGE B. TAUAFEEBO . ED^fTN PODEWILS. Alderman . First ward Alderman Second ward J. G. SCHODT3. . vAlderman Third ward " PAUL MEERSCHEIDT. Alderman Fourth 'W'ard · L.C. THOMPSON. ....... .'. Alderman Fifth ward · DR. L. K SHROPSHIRE. ', " Alderman Sixth tjrn'rd,'' W. A.-SHAFER.. Alderman Sev«nth^wnrd. ' WILLIAM ·DOBHOVrotSKr. ".,,. Alderman -Eighth ward 'PRANK J. ,?BQSS,EARbT.

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