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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The daily enterprise. — 18 October 1900

RICE COMBINE WILL SUCCEED. MMI IMHMIHI 4 HMHlHlllHMHIIHmH t Mr v rr i 1 r O 3 t 1 i I O t : ! Just AAASAA Opened ! wwwvwww 18 v Broadcloth Suits at $11.50 8 JCa Purchasable. s2vLv.S: i est Mum 1 1', nil lift ! I II1UI1UJ lllll IflUftJ II I1IUUUJ S) JOS. I. MAGNUS 8 CO.. $ 5 They come in Round-Cut Sack styles, in blue black, and heavy weight, the kind of a suit your tailor would charge you $25 for, our price only $11.50 18 black Broadcloth Frock Suits, samt material as above $12.50 18 Twenty-ounce Black Clay Worsted Suits, heavy weight and cheap at $13 50, all size now, Na than's price : X : -miv 1 t nnccFTT U. I . UUUULI I . sole itiient lor BeDumoni. cincinnotii. Ohio. $9.50 i x PERSONAL MENTION. he Daily Extkrprisk will V-e jiloaseil t" ba e items of a personal or social nature send them by telephone or leuer. The Editor's ibone ii Xo. VW; don't be too modest to rin-r liin up if you iiaveaay item thai will iuteret an 01 Tour friend. W. B. Powell of Jasper spent the night here. H. ...

Publication Title: Daily Enterprise, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The daily enterprise. — 18 October 1900

1 Telephone 140. Startling if True. The prediction of a general war to close out the century niay or nay not come true; but no one doubts our be ing at war with dirt as applied to all aorta of wash goods, from snlrts to aheeta, socks to sklrta. Many people say that our army of cleansers always win and we're not too modest to own the troth of their enconiums. The Beaumont Steam Laundry. II II II I I I I I 1 I I I I I I 1 I i I I I I l I i; Our Opening I Display... Has proven a jrrand success anil continues to attract and charm the lovers of lx-autiful headgvar. Neither time, labor nor exiienscs has been .spared in the creation of this dis play, and the result is one of the finest if. indeed, not the very tinest collections of handsome and artistic feminine headgear ever assembled in this city. The masterly productions of the vreat foreign milliners, as well as the best that America is ctijable of; originals and can ful copies are here in end less profusion. It's a pi splay that will ...

Publication Title: Daily Enterprise, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The daily enterprise. — 2 November 1900

i J. s. cordon &co I FEED ADVA NCI NO. :: . QUOTATIONS UNSETTLED. ' t ASK FOR PRICES. ; M I I I I n iiiitHilni tttetpt J. S. GORDON & CO. TIMOTHY. ALFALFA. FOR- Nl-Y and PRAIRIE MAY. ,. HiNK NO. ! ! 7 Mtniii VOU4. BEAUMONT, TEXAS, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 3, 1900. NO. The Best Store in Town. ROOS BROS. II Look: to tin Food "Votjl EEevt. ( v s ) ( v R.M.Mothner SAW HIS BE3T FRIEND MUR DERED WITHOUT PROTEST 9 ) 1 I c V Popular Jevvwler. I 1 1 I I I I I I I I I I I I I I M I M II M 1 1 I I I I I I I I I I I I 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 I I I I II Putting in a New Stove will le a source of comfort and en- joymen not annoyance if purchased . at the Simmons Hardware company. ) In the first place it will ba the most ' ' 'lesirable heat generator and distrib- utor to le had for the money in the ', ', city; in the second, it will be put in- ) to your home, set up and in good working order by experienced and rareful workmen no soiling of floors, scuffing of walls or furniture, but a ' ' -ertainty of sat...

Publication Title: Daily Enterprise, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The daily enterprise. — 2 November 1900

4S iSMHiiiMifiy 1 Wejmily enterprise. Kr L. BJXLER Editor" r.wt.- ao Mont 40 BAUM0NT. TEX, NOV. 2. 1900. Don't tail to contribute liberally to Rlc Carnival. It will be a pa ,a Investment for everybody. Thoa who think Beaumont an un healthy place should consult the re port f ftit dtT healtk officer for Oc tober, which shows only fourteen deaths.' The morning dispatches say that Mr. Bryan Is optimistic. We would like to know what chance he would t for election If he were pessi mistic Beaumont extends a cordial Invl tatlon to the people of Louisiana to attend our Bice CamiraL While we may not tell them anything new ab out rice, we will show them a good time. Had any one predicted six years go that Eugene V. Debs would In A. D 1900. receive the number of votes which will be cast for him In Beau mont next Tuesday, they would have been hooted at In derision. " ' Chairman James K. Jones is still of the opinion that the American Cot ton company, in which he Is Interest ed, is not a trust. I...

Publication Title: Daily Enterprise, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The daily enterprise. — 2 November 1900

o lj t I iTTmT J: iomn t ' 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 n i ssisissmsismtt ill Th buckw: nl nt usoii has left theni with goods Instead f -al? tlWlft heir :.o-f-t,ou nnlndH a I Mock, ami h remarkable Z to the ladle of I!..-...... 1 w r r iur imwow llieir worth. X Fur C.II ir'(M, en i its f Tail Fur Collarette 13 li IS. N vr, Sij l)i.(i ahl pri-. "S h !;irM'si th vl v. It Pays to i: Buy at I I I I I I I 1 I I I I I I I I I II I I I I I I M WK !UST II. WIS IS'MIM AT plete line of TOYS, FANCY (JOODS, li t VJI,ANI and LIUCMJi: CHINA, (it. iSSVAlK-tli.- mof .vMiipi-fe im pvr Introdui- d in Soutln ;:st Tvx is .-very Mux mi earth, Mul M tak r ioih, t AT COST. DWrPBESENT QUARTERS ARE NOT LARGE ENOUGH to Introduce ha'f. ne tlr-Trfore k Mirill detileiM heir lint of Tot a cheap frai i a if hy had hem In tht North, and v wave them th- frht. All Trunks, at Cost, CROCKETT STREET. . :-K iiit 'I ti 'rhiitit ilf m oil ikr ).rtitri,t il ritif I FiKSI iQOLEYii Now l.c ted ;n TIJ UI r iiiiiiu- ? ! ii...

Publication Title: Daily Enterprise, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The daily enterprise. — 2 November 1900

u iy Telephone 140. Which Way Will the Cat Jump? Is the burning question that inter ests both political parties just now; but. the question' that interests the man ."who wants his linen done np with 'that snowy whiteness and ex quisite beauty of finish that will on ly satisfy the man of refined taste. Is where he will find the best laun dry la town to do it The majority . - In Cognmniif will vnta tha It Is at the Beaumont Steam Laun dry. t . -. The Beaumont Steam Laundry. I I II I II I I I I I I I I HI I I I I I I I r I You Heed a i Mi Fall Hat! "' )i j j"he JOU bay It yoo vaut to feel sure yon are Kcttius " . ' ' I . . .U . w! ..K . . I . i a j 1 ,wU MQsnea in every rtepect II you bny It from "The . Palace." Our business is growiug rapidly and its ouly because we give beat values. Don't forget U iee us about Ladies Skim, Waists, Corsets the Famous V. B. and Warner's never rust Handkerchiefs. Silk and Sateen Petticoats, Knit Underwear, Hosiery, KUI ,; Glove, .Collars, Velllii5?s, La...

Publication Title: Daily Enterprise, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The daily enterprise. — 3 November 1900

V iilliiiiliiiiiiiiiiinii 1 1 II i 1 1 MHI S. GORDON & CO J FEED ADVANCINQ. QUOTATIONS UNSETTLED. I ASK FOR PRICES. :: J. S. GORDON & CO. ' TIMOTHY. ALFALFA. FO IN ; ; I! NEY and -PRAIRIE MAY. ;; tllllll III lllllllllllllll 1IMIM IMtHl -J- VOL. 4. BEAUMONT, TEXAS, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 3, 1900. NO. JtV The Best Store in Town. S Look: to tti FPood "Voul Eat. ROOS BROS. R.M.MotJiner Wnih i r r i & VALET OF LATE MILLIONAIRE RICE IN BAD SHAPE. f2 h 1 C Popular Jeweler. m.r AJtm t r-i w v ".. w eye as well 2.2 ith if it is 5 : 5 5 5 25 ;X A New Parlor Stove will delight the artistic as afford luxurious warmth purchased at the Simmons Hardware Co. This year's parlor and sitting room stoves are triumps of the de sgneris taste and the inventor"s and manufacturer's ingenuity and skill. Looking at them here will tell you better than pages of advertising, po we cordially Invite you to call. imirons Hardware and Mill Supply Company. lily I IK: Aryoft. We'arejnow showing the largest and...

Publication Title: Daily Enterprise, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The daily enterprise. — 3 November 1900

I- 1 I1 THEjDAILY ENTERPRISE. mortal,. ' Bm.n.... g7nr. p.. . SUBSCRIPTION: Wek JO Pw Moot. 40 BEAUMONT. TEX, NOV. 3. 1D0O. 8tnce cx-Presldent Hayes has been a lonj tlm, the obscurity ques 000 la setttod,, but there will be no tlln of the presidency this year. Pcially If If ta to be atolen from KtwhJtky Democrat. FW Hundred and fifty years ago bubonic plagu broke out In Chl- and klllsd 1.000.000 people. Spread to through AsU It canid off 24. 000,000 more victim. In fifteen years t struck Italy and swept away Just lf the population. Any presidential forecast that does (Its Illinois to Bryan virtually dmita his defeat. In fact Mr. Bryan la much more certain to carry Illinois ! than Nw York. But If he should carry Illinois and lose new York and ScCta Dakota, he will be defeated. ( The following epitaph is engraved on a tombstone In a graveyard In WlnalowMe.: "Here lies the body of Richard Thomas. An Englishman by blrthJ. A Whig of "75. By occupa tion a cooper. Now food for worms. Liks ...

Publication Title: Daily Enterprise, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The daily enterprise. — 3 November 1900

tHl i 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 j 1 1 1 WW V The b:wkv:ir srasuu liu l-ft tUvui with ou(N 4 ln.4tai!or -asi; their enxerness to unload. 5 Our store is io.!;iy the outlet for one maker's 3 xtCM'k, ami a remarkable opportunity is presented to the ladies of Ileaumoiit to procure ;- I. sty lish 3 Furs far helow their worth. 2 I Fiir ''.'. i' :'. t Tab Fur Collarettes s n 15. $2.58 0 S 4.95 N -w, Sly li-b, tj-to-late Fur- at very rensoi, a!I pri?"s. Tin- largest assortment of Furs in tin? ri'y. $ It Pays to ; Buy at M T T " " T """" ft re DOT WK MUST HAVE KM)M to introduce our most com plete line or TOYS. FANCY HOODS, II A VI LAND a id MMOGE CHINA, Kl, ASSWAKE-the most j-ompl-tc . verlntroUtc.l in Southeast ami it tak s r mm. AT COST. ( . -. . . i I OUR PRESENT QUARTERS ARE NOT LARGE ENOUGH to Introduce half, we therefore :.skM,all deale.s to b,n r llfZnTZ '" oeiier position than any one else and their lini or Tos as cheap fnnu us as if they hud hough , le has the means to exert this influ theil...

Publication Title: Daily Enterprise, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The daily enterprise. — 3 November 1900

Ttltphoo 140. Which Way Will the Cat Jump? 1 the burning question that Inter ests both political parties just now; bat the question that Interests the man who wants his linen done up with that snowy whiteness and ex quisite beauty of finish that will on ly satisfy the man of refined taste. Is where he will find the best laun dry In town to do ltr The majority of Yoterg In Beanmont will Tote that it Is at the Beaumont Steam Laun-' dry. The Beaumont Steam Laundry. 4 Ill I Ill Your Heed a I feFall Hat! When 70a bny it yon want to feel sure yon are gectiujr the newest tjle at the right price. Yon are bound to be satisfied In every respect If yon buy it from "The '?alace. Oar business is growing rapidly aud its only because we give bent Taints. Don't forget to sye oh shout Ladies' Skirts Waists, Corset-,the Famous W. B. and Warner's never rn9t Handkerchiefs, Silk and Sateen Fetllcoats, Knit Underwear, Hosiery,' Kid " Gloves, Collars, Veilings, Lace, Velvets, Neckwear, Droslnji,- Sacquea ...

Publication Title: Daily Enterprise, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The daily enterprise. — 16 November 1900

MtlMIM4-.H II II UIU I It , , 1.1 itiN, Established 1S94. J Only one place for Feed. I V J J. S. GORDON & CO x I . 5. (?0,ZHW CO, X Telephone No. 81. 1 cicpnone ro. a. 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 7 m n EEAOIOMy TEXAS, FRIDAY, XOVE3IBE1? 10, 1900. no. j:t. tPbe lip VOL.4. r-V t'RE, ALATABLE I'RCHASABI.E. 5r 11 rrfII Mil 2 J- ' UU55tll, i sole laent ka;ai7;A:&-&- - I J .S.BLfllN, PHONE 1234 CSieese Pearl and Bowie Streets, M ten Piiiii . His. PS J 1 i npnpnrlnh p uuyu iiuub he. GREAT BARGAINS ! at the Chicago Store. We aNo Imv.- .1 bi All Kindt of UeutN Koruish Ing Good.4 at the (ft TTi 1- mi Prime a Brown's Feed Store Phone 1 Q5. JACKSON - JONES WRKSTI.INC. MATCH. j Won. ester. Mass.. Nor. 1.-Cha.H. IX Jackson an.t Jam Jon.H. two Of Worcester. well known wrestler. wtG mtl tonight in Father Matth ' hall for T5 a Hide. The flrM bout Utobf wrestled In harness, th second la Jackets as provided in thn taadard rule f w.,.. t I neoMsary to settle - uuti in th ! qutlon of supremacy, th...

Publication Title: Daily Enterprise, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The daily enterprise. — 16 November 1900

MORT I BIXLER Eaitnr HC3?CR IITIOSS: Per Week Per Month .10 .40 BEAUMONT. TEX-, NOV. 16. 1900. THE VALUE OF SAVING. The sa'e of city bonds yesterday to u.lde capital demonstrated very w hat the south is not doin; its a i j ...... I lavine- aside the small am-1 UIC " - c i .... nnnlli'i Ralarv to In- ' UUUll IJUUi t " K"- wo. il JUAU vest in these securities In comparison . lie men are takis; a deep interest in with our eastern brethren. the problem of the reclamation of the While sitting around the mayor's' arid West, which. If the waters which 'es.k discussing the bond subject ltd 'now run to waste were stored by the speculating on their final disposition, government and used for irrigation. Mr. Bonel representing N. W. Harris; would be transformed into tens of & Co.. bankers of Chicago. who thousands of small but highly produc l)ought the bonds, said: j tlve farms. "We simply act In the capacity of ; The irrigation congress has secured wholesalers In purchasing bonds, re-'. fo...

Publication Title: Daily Enterprise, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The daily enterprise. — 16 November 1900

"fc -"-v 3 - to tccooa fox mm i it 71 V ti j ess Suits and Overcoats mens hush Delivered at Manufacturers' Prices. The greatest known health protect or and restorer a cabinet on trial If your wish to prove Its merits before purchasing. With them you can have in your room Turkish, Russian or any other kind of medicated vapor bath at a cost of about 3 cents per bath. Nearly every" ailment known yields to this treatment? physicians recom mend them everywhere. If you are suffering from rheumatism, catarrh, : gravel, kidney trouble, neuralgia, I sleeplessness, nervous exhaustion, or I any other disease, do not despair, but try vapor or medicated baths. W. P. McClanahan, agent, will take your orders and deliver within a few days. Also agent for Murat Hal j stead's thrilling book on the great Galveston flood, just out. Prompt attention; quick delivery. or (J .10. brown, rado worsted, cashmere and scre I . suits in neaf, enrk, fall and winter styles. Yon will see suits no better markvd at s...

Publication Title: Daily Enterprise, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The daily enterprise. — 16 November 1900

Telephone HO." . - praises or ner cooking. When th wise housekeeper desires to get xxp a delicious, , appetizing, encomium win ning breakfast, she picks out her fa Torite cereal breakfast foods, prepares them carefully and basks in , al anine of pleasure glowing In the afceslf w ner ramuy and friends. All the! popular standard brands (which means the best brands). Oat meal breakfast food, grapes, nuts, etc.. al ways at I- CORDON The IPresTdential ioniesi D D D D 0 Is settled and now the most importantquestion you will have to consider is where to buy your necessaries of life and get the most and best for your money. . . Which Way Will the Cat Jump? la the burning question that Inter eats both political parties just now; but the, question that Interests the man who wants his linen done up with that snowy whiteness and ex quisite beauty of finish that will on ly satisfy the man of refined taste. Is where he will find the best laun dry in town to do it. The majority of roters In Beaumo...

Publication Title: Daily Enterprise, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The daily enterprise. — 24 November 1900

h h nferptt Established 1894. Only one place forccd. i . S. CORDON & CO .. .... S. GORDON & CO. Telephone No. 81. telephone No. 8a. 7 BEAUMONT, TEXAS, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 24,1900. NO. JHI ""iiiiiin iiiiimT . VOL.4. I . Q p URE, ALATABLE URCHASABI.E. 1 ISiil J. T. GOSSETT, soie teem w 9 9 T w ? 9 w T :d.S.BflIN, Cheese X Pearl and Bowie Streets, 1 1 1 M I I 1 1 1 M I I I I 1 1 1 I 1 1 I I I (.1 i (i) ( (J 'i, (' fi' (.1 (it (1 .l C) (i ( () (i ri) (?) 5) ) () ) ') l) (5) l ( AGOODAND DEBFECT ."t" ggl !I e 1 " " 1 j. - j. , 2 i ... v ' - A - A A. .--. - 1 H GREAT BARGAINS! at tlr rtiirnao St.ir WV Ail KiniK nf (i-iit Fprni.-li-ina (iMxt- at the Fresh tK9 t Phone 105. I" Try Him for High-Grada Work. Littleton Building. 260 Crockett Street. X. B. Photo Buttons and Frames for the Holidji v s (.1 t (' 1 i ' V -, . t j til V - . --- 7' T - V - jrfjt TRADE MARK (5, W mujnus ilfc.il JOS. I JUGROS S CO., or Beconi. Cincinraiii, omo. 9 V 9 9 9 9 9 9 ' iei A New Parlor Stove will delight...

Publication Title: Daily Enterprise, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The daily enterprise. — 24 November 1900

ii i I i i i i i ill :shed 1894. - t U h i m m t . 7 WirPg4g BlXLER Eaitor J " SCBiCBirooX8 .40 JO BEAUMONT. TEX., NOV. 24. 1900. BEAUMONT'S RICE CARNIVAL A the time draws near for the tTand Rice CarnlTal to be held De mber eta. 7ta and tn. mere Is an increase la Interest by all who expect to attend, for Beaumont has planned to outdo all former events and prom- her risltors a day of rare pleas ure and some sights that are rarely ltned One of the free features 1 the balloon ascension to be made by Prof. E. O. Griffith, who makes a Parachute leap at night, some thing entirely new in the way of dar ing that holds the crowd spell bound. n the night of the Tth Is Carnival B'ht. The Queen of the Carnival win enter the city that night attend ed by her Royal Retinue and the city win be lavishly decorated for the oc 1 easlon. making one of the most beau tiful sights ever witnessed In Texas. Her entry will be announced by a alvo of bombs, which will illuminate the sky with their varied hues. ...

Publication Title: Daily Enterprise, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The daily enterprise. — 24 November 1900

z. Hill i iii i iilH t tablished 1894. - ttrHO)lL,D) THE BEST Uashiis IPeu THE RICE MARKET. Compliments of Dan Talmage's waa tc co.. isew vorr. The demand for the past week show ed marked enlargement; fully 50 per cent more than the previous one and fractionally ahead of the one prior; prices are firm with upward tenden cy. In the early part of the week here was only a partial response to the hardened conditions south but later the relative parity was insisted upon and generally gotten by holders Interest is fairly distributed. the most conspicuous movement beins in Japan, which Is by ah odds the best trade in the market. A considerable number of buyers till hold back, refusing to operate for other than immediate wants, ho ping for reaction and the customary downward trend. The trade is so far behind In their purchases that large patronage would seem assured in vol ume sufficient to keep the market in good form, unless perchance, plant ers losing heart around the holiday period, beg...

Publication Title: Daily Enterprise, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The daily enterprise. — 24 November 1900

i O . .. . -7- SL ILSens jC,. (Srafce Sbtrte jmmm 1 - -3 -..--iiuimrea at At Reasonable Rates. Our 95c stiff bosom shirts are made of the best grade of percales, new fall colorings, make, finish and fit equal if not superior to the reg ular $1.50 shirts, our price 95c Our 75c stiff bosom percale shirts are the regu lar $1.00 kind in credit stores. New, up.to date patterns, all sizes, only 75c Boys' stiff bosom percale shirts, only 45c Boys shirts, 6, 8, 10 and 12, stiff bosem. in per cale and white muslin, only 45c It Pays to Buy at Nathan's I A'jrulx for L'nrhnrlt Orrnill and C011U. Full tork on luniil Ml I I I I I l n 1 I 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I 1 1 1 1 era SPECIAL! SPECIAL! WE MUST HAVE ROOM to introduce our most com plete Jin of TOYS, FANCY GOODS, IIAVILANI) and MMOfJK CHINA, Gl.ASSWAIiE-the most complete line ever introduce! 111 Southeast Texas vervthiuy on earlli, Hiul it tak s mom. AT COST. AT COST. OUR PRESENT QUARTERS ARE NOT LARGE ENOUGH to in...

Publication Title: Daily Enterprise, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The daily enterprise. — 30 November 1900

fae; aill Bra etprt Only one r'ce 'r.,ct"l. tablished 1894. J . S. GORDON & CO i I J. S. CORDON & CO, I J Telephone No. 8j. I tf I HHIII Telephone No. 82. VOL. 4. BEAUMONT, TEXAS, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 30,1900. NO. JH!. URE. The Best Store in Town. TRADE MARK ALATABLE URCHASABI.E. ROOSBROS. IN THE MAKING POWDER HAG AZ1NE EXPLOSION. ' BE - TTV WLllII $ Look: to tti Kood "Vou ECcit. J mm .. -irn 7- r " cLZZg It IMS: J.T.GOSSETT, . JOS. A. MAGNUS I CO., Sola Jlaem fcr RMumnn! nmntnnnm nnm a - .w.-.w WIIIVIIIIUIII W V A s?? Exhibition Week. real Y teni1. cn A We wil W how to ciw.k lag I f jreat majestic Strel and MalW-al.le Iron Kanire at our store. A set of line cook ... . ' - i.cn racn nangc mis weeK only. Will khn. vim li.iar ... KiL. t...:.. . . . . . n ... . ik..n. i.if.i. 1 - u IHnu,m in mn minutes; I JiMd. will lat a lVf-.i- S". " .1""-: ".".' a" an,c e !"a "properly A i. -. .r.... .u ...m. nui Lonreana liuiscuu served A mitty day from Nrahr a, to December 1st -Every lady cord...

Publication Title: Daily Enterprise, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The daily enterprise. — 30 November 1900

i I 1 r X 15: 1 p .1(1 k 1 r-i k f (ta I I -J1 73 . 1 1 ' MORT L. V BIXLER Editor StTBSCBIFTIOXSs r Month .40 .10 Per Week BEAUMONT. 'SEX.. NOV. 30, 1P00. 'IIEKE LABOR LA."5 PUSVAIL. Vv aatungton, D. C, Norember 30. Tie department of tate has received , - "Port from Fran DiMaghan, Suited States comral at Auckland, re ardln the labor legislation in Nev Zealand. Regarding the law to reg o!at differences between employe anl employer Mr. Dillingham says their cope embraces many difficult posit ions into which the exigencies of mod ern lnostrial life hare forced those engaged In. the trades and handi craft. The general tendency of the "compulsory conciliation" law, say its supporters, Is to ameliorate the Position of the workers by preventing oclal oppression through undue in nuences and unsatisfactory condlt ons of sanitation. These laws have already, their friends assert, done much to make the lives of operatives of fuller and more healthy growth ineir aim Is to check abuses before the...

Publication Title: Daily Enterprise, The
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