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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Corpus Christi Weekly Caller — 17 January 1908

■fp S.pDf| holesale and Retail Groo HRV RND GRKI i ,-,-frn — ii i i. 1— - ■ i i, , «..(i.«intuí, ni - ,_| .. n| [ HE CABBAGE CROP WILL OUST THE CHAPARRAL AS WILL BE LARGE WEEVIL A PRETTY HEDGE Ww* m Well Bm,, BtttMlftvPrvtnwfr &kSmHB . ! < ' A. MA BEE lUSCl KSEH IMl'KOVK- MKNTS OF HIS FARM. RXFEUIXE.VTN UKISÍi IXSTITI'TEU HEKE TO THAT END. MRH. ANITA MILLEK WHITES AN INTERESTING ARTICLE. J| of the Weil Bros., building, on Meequite street, was laid Tuesday morn- ing at 9:30 o'clock with due cere- mony. Mr. W. F. Bowles, the contractor, broke a bottle of wine over the stone and deposit- ed it among rare coins and other trinkets in the receptacle, in the in the presence of a number of spectators. Work on this building has been pushed and is progressing rap- idly. Ground was broken for ILL BUILD SHELL ROAD EARL|[R CROp 1 WHAT SHE SAW IN CORPUS I'oumH'ting Ills Flw Hundred Acre* With the County IWd—Ills Handsome KesUenoe. Nitrate of Sod will Iusure Karly Maturity, Avoiding the Bol...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Corpus Christi Weekly Caller — 17 January 1908

• *< if ), ■« '"J* WEEKLY 00EPP8 0HBIBT1 OALLER, FRIDAY, JANUARY 17,1908. SARITA TRUCK CROWING PERSONAL MENTION. into Texas Family Christi. TO LOCATE to torpa PRAISES CORPUS CHRISTI THE PROPOSED ¡OLI CITIZEN HAH SOMETHING TO HOPKINS OK THK SUCCESSFUL WOKK AT THK LA- BELLE FAKM. Maui Dixon Demonstrate* That Man) Thing* Can Urown ■Íííééébiiíhhiíihhmhmbí ., ■ÉNUfiÉMl There. pu Chriati their homo. Dr. Early) is today getting acquainted with the people and looking over the dt> ... Special Correspondence a view of going Into some kind -t.,, (l0eaa "Nothing succeeds like sue- '«day's visitors in th> d Dr; W. J. Early and family arriv «d on the | i I A i| from by train loada tbla waek. Thia la Gainesville laat night to make^Cor- inerely a continuation of the emi- gration movement atarted aeveral months ago when the matchless cll- and the unequalled opportuni- with ties to be had in the lower coaat of buisl country wore brought to the atten- He has been engaged tion of the homoaeeke...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Corpus Christi Weekly Caller — 17 January 1908

«iS 'i ít^'w* 8 M 11 PULL HB ■ WRwl 'Siíüil ITIIUSIASTIC AND HARMONIOUS MEETING OF THE COMMERCIAL CLUB effort and place every dollar at the disposal of the commit tee In order that the comelttee euabied to get in touch with the ■ ••• WMVM tltMI I teadliiK railway tueu of the various Public improvements showed I % I I trUnk ,,n®, lhat an eArn<ttt «"Sort j ha bow accomplished alone thii I \ I I >"•' ha mad* to get more railways jlln®* *nd referring to this report the 1U II I t0 ,,uild t0 tido water at Corl>us; >r**,d*nt ,cok occasion to say some- Chrlsti. "Lot the powerful railways I'blng about the hotels, something j .combino and make a pull for deapP*® '75,000 having been water here and the work of securing ■,n hotel Improvements during the ¡ deep water will be much easier." 1 >♦'<•! W t«r Work. Touching upon the report of the i committee on deep water, the pres- ident stated that he need not com- IEEP WATER WAS THE KEYNOTE-SUGGESTIONS TO ™' — —«• . EXEMPT MANUFACT...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Corpus Christi Weekly Caller — 17 January 1908

WEEKLY 00&PU8 OHRISTI OALUGR, FRIDAY, JANUARY 17, 1908 A ¥m — WKNT THKKE FROM MAN ANTONIO TO BL'HV A DAUWIITKB. ' ONE OFOLDERRANCHMEN Formerly Owned the Manta Hosa Ranch and Watt Well Known In Mouth* went Texas. SURPRISEDjTllIS FLOCK Merrlnuut Homo Last Night and Pre- tientod With a Purse An a Tok- en of Esteem. From Thuroday'B Dally. Yesterday was the tenth anniver- sary of the advent In Corpus Chrlstl of Rev. A. J. Holworthy, rector of the Church of fcho Oood Shepherd. and as an evidence of the affection and esteem lu which he 1 hold by the membere of bis parish and tho people of the city ho wau tendered a splendid reception lust night at the bome of Mr. and Mrs. E. T. Mer- rlman on Water street. The function wn a completo sur- prise to tho rector. It wan arranged . . family burying ground, and was tak- during his recent absence in Denver, Colo., and tho utmost secrecy prevail- on «hilo there, dying within a ed to such an extent that he had j few days. Will NG TO PAY FOR WSPOR...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Corpus Christi Weekly Caller — 24 January 1908

1 , •'¥ ,"'1 . . ' ■ ' , ■. ■- "■ , .... ■■ ■ - Hi áítt 111 & • . _ f Mi m M f V '* - roLUME XXV. f "V mm 11 Mil JÉL MHHM ü :,?r •iiuW HRL^pMi , | SJfv ®M; CORPUS OHRISTI, TEXAS, FRIDAY, JANUARY 24, 1908. = IENYEARSINIHE MASTOSERVICE EPISCOPAL HECTOR REVIEWS WORK IN CORPUS OHRISTI. JKELY BE JOINT PROPOSITION BETWEEN ST. L B. & M. ANO MEX. NAT. ISST. GENERAL MANAGER OF MEXICAN NATIONAL DISCUSSES BENEFITS OF DEEPWATER AT CORPUS CliRISTI TO HIS PEOPLE. INTERESTING RESOLUTION Piuwfd by the Church Vestry Many Years Ago aud Probably Still in Force. From Monday's Daily. At the Church of the Good Shep- ! herd yesterday morning the rector, . ARANSAS PASS INJUNCTION PROCEEDINGS CULM1* NATION OP LON« DELAY. FAILURE OF BAUPT PLAN Work WM1 Hardly Be Delayed Ah In* junction against Government Will Not Stand. In a recent issue of the Houston PoBt, the following dispatch from the Post's Washington correspondent ' w i'' mMiúm ' MM '! . ./■ m M ■ ! Rov. A. J. Holworthy. delivered a 'i peaml. ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Corpus Christi Weekly Caller — 24 January 1908

&w: fp^i %M;b' :t Ml Í& 1, tlwyife'-:, ; WEEKLY OOBPD8 0HKI8TI OALUB. FMPAY. JAUPARY 24. 1908. Publlthtd oy The Caller Publishing Company •ubsoriptlon frio* be po*(oStc«, FRIDAY, JANUARY 24, 1908 ft.00 P r Y Mr at IU.1 poitofflw. Corpq ChrUti, T#m, •* McoudcU.t mmm— ^ IT 18 TIME TO CALL A HALT. banker walsh The Bwkin-McGregor bill passed by the last leg- a ra from „r - wmm george lupton found guilty bibition will he stemmed. If it in not enforced, pro- i-amn-ki'iAi liiliitiun. not the party but the principle, will iwvi- 1IU a matter op reduction was sadly disappointed lu the statement just issued by Senator llailey itjjt.i addressed to the Democrats ol lexas then, is much sound sense that thinking men will readily as- similate and relish. u in time that the disgusting and nauseuting light on Senator Bailey should cease. The question ol his guilt as appertaining to the charges made I j ryJ .v,,"r Against him a year ago is no longer an issue. The I the verdict, only question a...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Corpus Christi Weekly Caller — 24 January 1908

fpl íANUÁR .. REAL ESTATE T WEEKLY 00KPU8 OHRIBTI f>AT.r.«p Of THE CORPUS OIR Sil LEXCHANCÍ BANK CONDITIONS IAPENESE NOT CROWTI IpilEMSpON ™jgj=nstm" LEET NOT MANEUVERING IS NOWHERE^ EXCELLED NO LID IN THIS CITY I'l £«¿2^ r'°"' I toj,r0,"m™'' "" « **> ' ««« 0.1, (1., i„ ( WkM Old N.t u «I fi kqul|)UH-nt... « Lead* mid Cable* Seed lt-Ufflmw and Directors "' S',""u- I Put MevM. Tokio, Japan, Jan. 18.- [frlctlon with China aud declared thai J ¡Japan is satisfied with the settle uent of the immigration problem. H > stated that It would be well ,. . .. 1 rc"m ! j The local headquarters of the The stockholders of the two 8a,oujl( in an address to the nation gouthwettw Tolegraph ^ -1VU.. I national bank of this city-the today, laid much emphasis on the|I>hone comj)aav hftve t Corpus Christi National and the frieindly relations between Japan .l,..,, . „ . , City National—met last week in compliance with the law and The uremeir lanored the talk of re-in- elected directors for the...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Corpus Christi Weekly Caller — 24 January 1908

BeH5 Pií it#' ,6 HBHh .'«■■*■ !i m, if: '• !' 71 ¡gg pillpjapsi ÍSflfe; WKKKLY 001P08 OHWBTI CALLKB, FRIDAY, JANUARY 24, 1908 PROPERTY OWNER'S VIEWS. m % ^ADDllC riVDKTI rillCT « ^ th*>' are acquainted with the necessity lor ira IvKlUJ IiIIUJII action, but they nay their hand* are tied • Í Published by The Caller Publishing Company 'the city hasn't the money. _j Wouldn't the *P20<> wbieh the city council re- •Hbacrlption Prlw $«-00> r Y« r (.,.ntjy decided to donate to the mayor thix year hoip ""isn..f.aMtó«í o io«c«.Corpu Chrua. T* * «,«cooa<i«Mma.ur .|wu,e? It would at least buy a tírat-clans chemical ^ t'Ujiine, the nu.tt val,.aide aeeeaaory of an up-to-date í '< jFRIDAY, JANUARY 24, 1908. — ] department. Mr. Voter, "think upon the thing*. A GENTLE HINT TO KNOCKERS. ! ME KRAMER B LETTER. In another column of this page we publish a lett* r N. Garner I, working overlfrom Mr. O. H. K. Kramer of St. Lou . Mo The following appeared in the latest issu* of the liockpor...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Corpus Christi Weekly Caller — 24 January 1908

WISELY CORPUS 0HBI8TI CALLER, FRIDAY, J P' v"' s- lp-vHHHHII and Retail Groceries, HRV AND CRKIN. Y H 1908, MOVED TO KINGSVILLE BagIneer Bennett H<u Completed Hand- sene Sow (ullage. A NEW $4,000 RESIDENCE Altai PERSONAL MENTION. Mr. H. J. Tiiuou, a prominent i ranchman of Matthow ,. San Futrido jr. O. B. Ford, who arrived with wife three weeks ago from in- .napolio. Ind., recently bought the I O'üounel lot, opposite Mr. J. *iy. * ird's home, and now has under I county. was in Corpus Christl today istruotion a modern $4000 two-i chopping. ir> residence. Mrs. J. L. Price of Fort Worth Mr. Ford has also purchased two | came in Saturday night to visit her tier desirable lots, located on the parent , Mr. and Mr . E. G. Crabbe iff near the home ot Mr. Jamesj of thin city, for some time. lion, on which he will erect two LnsrineerJ. H. Bennett and his family, who have been re- siding at 819 Railroad avenue, this city for the past three years, today left for Kimrsville which will be t...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Corpus Christi Weekly Caller — 24 January 1908

I 6 9j¿ 1 . '. ■ .'■•'! ¡{17;$$ 't JÜ'Í IN CORPUS ""WBSffií SU™8 LIGHTS ALONG DRIVEWAY . ■ _____ From City to Alta Ylsta -Htreets to Be ('leaned nod Nhelled— Room* Needed. ,Y OOEPÜB OHEIBTI OALL1E, FRIDAY, JAKUABY 24, 1908. POTHER OF EX- R0B,S0N VISITS C0RPÜSIS DUE 10 THE L0VENSK10LD IS ITS HOW DRAWN IT. PRESIDENT HERE memo spent yektekdav afternoon in the citv. candidate for office of state land (omminnioner. CITY'S GROWTH Made Treasurer of Lanao, Phlllj Slate lia Recovered 14,000 Aere# of MANAGER KIMIIHOl'UH TALKS CON- 14iml From the Santa Ko*a j CEHNINO PHONE SERVICE. Properties. NEAR NEW UNION DEPOTIiALKSSOUTHWEST TEXAS! INCREASE IS PHENOMENAL *, , % ét.. tsar" A,i*r K', r " H"-f oflke<~and yhoi8ic?ndida.t8-- i*" c- In Only One of tbe ~ " i« Bluff. Full of Knihuttiam for Texan. the office of commissioner for the enera! land office in the coming Operutlou of the Patron# In Requested. 1 A newspaper pubii nilla, Philippine h, tained the following a well known Coi gentleman: Mr. ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Corpus Christi Weekly Caller — 24 January 1908

PAPER ON ISHEEP-RAISING Y OOEPOg 0HM8TI OA WTERESTBIS FACTS FROM AN ADDRESS DELIVERED BY CAPT. B. I. CROUCH. : : the semi-annual meeting of the kh and Goat Raiser ' as- lit lou held in San Antonio last tuber a paper was read by Capt. [, Crunch of this city ou the sub- let '"Why the sheep stock of Tex- iiould be reproduced and increaa- \0 the State's capacity to safely i successfully sustain." The paper [atneii o much valuable Informa- pertaining to the aheep raising fcstry of Texas and so many cx- pnt ideas relative to the regener- |n of the Industry that the author petitioned by the association to init the paper to the press for libation The paper has been jrsed either in toto or in part [many prominent citizens of the |t;, among them Capt. Chas. Schre- of Kerrville, James Lamont Del Hit . Ed C Lasater of Fal- rlns. Col. C. C. Slaughter of ¡la;-. M. .Sansom of Ft. Worth and . w. Littlefleld of Austin. portion of the interesting ttgper ¿produced herewith: it the request of ihe Presi...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Corpus Christi Weekly Caller — 24 January 1908

WEEKLY OORPUB 0H&I8TX CALLES, FRIDAY, JANUARY 24, 1908 c i 1845. i i A ,PLAN TO BU SDAY: CEMEN D ousts DHKDG1NG FLEET NOW 1AM'ATE J) MEAK ltO( Kl*OKT. festivities make openino of two familv three-stobv i)w el- MEETS DEA1 ■■HP NEW UAII.KOAD. USOS FOR $1,000. J. F. OWSLEY FALFUI wood Uro—*11 the ember of the houae be- memory recall* the day when I Srst landed In Cor- pu« Christi on the 20th of December 1846. I came from New Orleans on the steamship Arausas. the noble Capt. Wright, Commander. There was only then one hotel In Corpus Christi not yet completed and without furniture. A cold north- er sprang up and I had to make down my bed on a pile of shavings and luckily I bad a pair or Makauaw blankets which kept me from frees- jiig, i thought it wan the coldest country 1 ever saw. The hotel was a story and a half clapboard erected by Mr. Moore and I believe was sit- uated on Chaparral street. An I only had *25 loft after pay- ing passage I tried to get employment, as clerk In some ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Corpus Christi Weekly Caller — 31 January 1908

PL JML, I it-". U' VOLUME XXV. ÍLIER CORPUS NEWSPAPER'MAN HTOR J. W. (¿OLLEDUE OF OKLA- HOMA ON EXTENDED VISIT. CORPUS CHB1STI, IERE FIFTY YEARS AGO Began Newspaper Career on "Nueces Valley" With Nell, Founder of Galveston News. ¡"rom Thursday's Daily. Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Qolledge ar- rived in Corpus Chrlstl a couple oí lavs ago from Ardmore. Ok., and ir.' spending a visit with friends, md will remain here for some tinao. Mr. Golledge is one of the elder jews paper men of the country, and of the best known to both writers and printers. He began his jewspaper career in Corpus Christi irty veara ago, coming here from iiew York with his parents in 1853. He began his career on the Nueces galley, a paper edited by B. F. Neil, yho was later a captain of artillery in t hi' Confederate army. Nell vvas the founder of the Galveston News in the year 1 842. having associated pith him Wilbur Perry, and they as- sured the services of éVillard Rith- krdson as an editorial writer. Rich- irdson later...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Corpus Christi Weekly Caller — 31 January 1908

,;:o 1 kVi. • * - JANTJABY 81, 1908. by Company •«.00 Mr V**r . Cotpm Chri.tl, Ttw., '..6ooa-clW au ur JANUARY 81, 1908. Ifc MOBS, WE REITERATE. ¡¡§1 I ••h stand in the matter of the mayor's sal- in not well taken in certain quarter . Thin ¡8 not surprising information. If there were not a goodly following of jysople in this cit \ who " mayor should be reimbursed for his serv- in hardly probable that the motion to attach A salary consideration to the office would have been passed by «ueh a prodiguous majority. The worthy eitizen mentioned also states that he believi'H the popularity of The Ofiller is being se- rlously jeopardized by reason of its position in the matter. | ■"j|l' Nor is this surprising information. A newspaper that stands on firm ground, that does not hesitate to speak its views, that does not attempt to straddle public opinion on every question which may arise, kuc!) a newspaper must expect to have enemies. In the present Cáse, The Caller shall measure the suc- cess...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Corpus Christi Weekly Caller — 31 January 1908

i k *5 1 * ' x¿%.? ':-'"1 f,í H« K m:Ú SS i '\i\ > fkJ ' $ / $ iMííi 4 " '* J ■■■ .& i ■ BiAlu u,' ímm si ELÜSÜSJ®..¥5ÜLñ.LP WEI PROBABLY BE INSTALLED THE COM- PRINCIPLE FISH AND OYSTER MARKETS IIPMENTS ARE MADE TO ALL MARKETS-THE CÜL- 1TIVATED OYSTER THRIVES HERE - HAVE BEST FISHING WATERS ON TEXAS COAST. Rockport. All these oysters will be shipped through this point. "The future of the oyster indust- ry of any place depends upon how much is planted. More men will naturally engage in the business here and a much larger yield will be insured." Mr. C. W. Gibson of the Lone Star Fish and Oyster Company, was seen by the Caller AT COST Of $75,000 WILL BE A FUEL PROPOSITION-MATTER OF FRAN- CHISE BEING INVESTIGATED-STRICTLY A BUSI- NESS VENTURE IN BELIEF CITY WILL GROW *41 GARNER Will Endeavor to Trsaiy Between 'Pi! The prospects for a $ 000 gas plant for -Corpus Christ! are very fa- vorable. If there should be no hitch the plant will be installed the com- ing summer and Cue city w...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Corpus Christi Weekly Caller — 31 January 1908

'V > S.;Vv- 1908. Btí 1 "■' I pony flOONrYM r Chrtttl, T w. «i mmihMim rjmt rEEPAY, JAKPAEY 31, 1908. IIP IP merely a suggestion. Talk is cheap and advice i about the cheapest of talk. However, we are goiug to run the risk hurting somebody's feelings because we believe íebody needs some of this cheap talk. Steps ought to be taken by the Pavilion manage- ment to properly control the gang of young men and over-grown boys who congregate at the en- trance before a performance begins and obstruct the passage of patrons, and who, when the curtain goes up, make a stampede to occupy seats in every corner of the hall. Bast night five minutes transpired be- fore patrons whose seats were twenty feet from the st tge could get an intelligent idea of what the play- erq were saying. At tin- beginning of each subse- quent not the same disgusting proceeding was repeated. The aforesaid gang evidently retired dur- ing the intermissions for the purpose of enjoying n few drawn on eigiwettes and other...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Corpus Christi Weekly Caller — 31 January 1908

e andlpRetail HRV AND GRKIN, ; : 'ANT THEJMARKET HALL ntEHENT (¿UAKTEBSOF FIRE DE- FARTHEST TOO «HALL. Petition to'.l'ltj Council ReingJUreulat- ed Among lltiieus of City Su utorousl) Slgu«<d TU o following petition is being circulated about Corpus Ctrlatl and being numerously signed WHY NEBRASKANS CAME leavingtor PARÍS THE UÜDHTHEM ARK lllfill is ;Dr-H«.«! Will S.U Fro. S«r V.rk CHEAP HERE. In F*w Us>>. Mass.. of Obriatt, resided boy. educ Tesa , Says Au Editor li the Most Talked About State In the Union. Editor L. C. Brown of Bertrand, Neb,, of the Bertrand Herald, In In Corpus Christ I today and will spend Dr. Harry Heaney upent last night public school of this city: and toda|)r'|n Corpus Christl, bavin* "A Corpus Christ! student, George run down from San Antonio He Conrad Westervelt, |« the author leaves tonight nud will within the a brilliant new utualonl show, which next few day take a steamer in New ' to be produced by the students of York for Paris, where ho «oes to...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Corpus Christi Weekly Caller — 31 January 1908

«m'9 \i üs¡ ifi ty, Texan. Jan. r was and nú i>] night at the borne OF HUESEE KKJHTY VINITOKM AKKIV COBPl'H YEHTKKDAV. CALLES, FRIDAY, JANUAfcf 81, Ü0|| ha ft CHANGES HUNOS BUSY CLEARING fARMS MAYOR OF KANSAS SOME REAL Mr. S. L. Kostoryz has thirty- five men employed on his proper* \ ty a short distance from the city TOWN IN THE CITY A party of "live other words twent business men—arrive,, 4V„ Tit inkffks irrubbing a clearing and prepar- tells as iktekentixu story Christi last week from i as, ilxiffiKra/ssi suites IP lie Ha# Henry D. Allen In honor of Mr. Jame W. Cody tbc only Rion of Mr. anil Mrs. W. J. Cody, who 1 going away. Mr. Cody will leave here In a few days for Mont- ery, Mexico, where he will engage In business with hi uncle. Mr. James McCoy, and hla frlenda desired to give him a tittle surprise before his departure. The beautiful Allen home waa tastefully decorated hi mistletoe and other evergreens. Early In the even- ing a beautiful aupper was provided by Mrs. Allen. ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Corpus Christi Weekly Caller — 31 January 1908

ifftf'ííV' ■vv-.W,". lM|p^ "i# ^ . ¡ RGE CROWD HEARDDR. IEI. IUH1BITION WAVE KEACHKB j bu COBPLH CHB18TL ÍATION COMMITTEE kppuiuted Yesterday Afteruoeu Inuring a Meeting at First lluptl ! Church. Monday'* Daily. mHi throng i.ttondad the mas*: |uk las! niííbt a' th« i ','Ilion, wau addreaií. 5>y Dr. \\\ c. | of San Antonio, district or- |er for the anti-saloon league of Ilea. Every seal in the large i'iuiu was occupied and many u¡>. The pastors of the Baptist, Kllat and Presbyterian churches «••4 iheir congregations for fewiiint; Hurvice and Pastors, Ferry and Springall were pres- an tin- plat Torn, a ad participated le meeting. 1 it It 1« a fluent and logical tor. and handled his subject as palfer usually does who has sta- tu) Information and who has de- mueh thought and work to his tic. aya that the saloon must go, |use it its not a legitimate busi- tbat it Is a crime to license the |c. and before the lapse of many ,he courts of the country will bn ¡'ti to hold that it is unc...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Corpus Christi Weekly Caller — 31 January 1908

■ 11 HL ill J EXPRESS MEHHAOER «OWN IN OHIO. BIG HAUL TOPAY. JAMPASY 31, HOC. •! *1UIBEII CUTTER Impossibility of Keeping Riding Across Gobi. Hitherto I have thought that tr;vel- «|e Darjng Wa, foe fastest lug by carta over stony road and stay- ** w ■ Racer In Our Navy. KING OF T WAS DIS KNOCK Fl) lnS ,n Cbinew Inn at night was the hurdott thlug a foreigner traveling In the ClrcnlatlMg to Old Mfc Washington, Jan. 29.—One-tenth of the money In circulation dlsap- when the New York bank according to a statement by itary Cortelyou made to the United States senate this morning. Secretary Cortelyou In his state- ment justified the radical methods he employed during the panic. He stated that be was bound to regard not simply the operations of the treasury but their effect on the finan- al condition of the country. He stated that he would be glad to be relieved In part by legislation from such obligations In the future. He defended the issue of new se- curities as necessary to convince doub...

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