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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Caucasian. — 8 February 1903

o an.Do lFurniture WHOLESALE AND RETAIL * DEALERS IN MATTINGS LENOLEUM, RUGS, MATTRESSES Etc, most comolete line of Ladies \Writing Desks and Dressing Oak. Birds-eve Maple and Mahogany. Upright and Mantle an ornament to any parlor or sitting room. you to call and see our line before buying. PROMPT ATTENTION TO COUNTRY ORDERS. MI i ANITILE MFG. (O. LTD. Wholesale Dealers in All Kinds of Produce, Field and Garden Seeds. of SHREVEPORT STEAM BOTTLING RKS and SHREVEPORT STEAM CANDY FACTORY. 125 Texas Street, ShreN eport, La. .DREYFUSS & CO. WHOLESALE DEALERS IN s, Boots, Shoes and Hats. ER SPRING AND CROCKETT STREETS. + ATTENTION TO COUNTRY ORDERS. ERMAN LOEB DEALER IN ool, Tallow, Beeswax, Furs. STREET, NEXT TO V. S. & P. RAILWAY. SHREVEPORT, LA. ~ the sellers the best prices obtained in St. Louis, New , .alveston and Houston markets. Prompt returns. T The .l.D TAES lsell titckets at one - are plus $2 for the round i rp Dec .J3 17 21,,22,.283 26. Limit 30 das. SBelt trains carry...

Publication Title: Caucasian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Caucasian. — 8 February 1903

THE CAUCASIAN. Official Journal of the *City of Shreveport. S t 1N I) . \V , F I l d.I IU '. \RV `, I t 3. AMERI'CAN \ANI) 1 tR)IPEAN 1)1 PL.t1MAC'Y. Frlnl the l:utropean side of this great round world conies in reproachful toncs the assertini that we have no diplottats in this country. Measureid from the standard of Europeans we have not. \ skilled diplomat is one who is always playing ftr something he would not have: a doluble dealer whose ambitiotn is to entangle and mislea'd and in the end get the best of a had hargain. Re ferring to Minister Bowen. who is man aging for \Venezuela. the high-felluted and high-felluting. trained diplomats of Europe look tpon him as a crude and somewhat vulgar product of the United States, a plain, blunt man who knows little of conventionalities and who is sufficiently indiscreet as to state his case clearly and then rest on his demands. '*lhe trained diplomats of G(rmany and England and litaly and all others inter ested more or less in their grab-...

Publication Title: Caucasian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Caucasian. — 8 February 1903

e Verein In Germany year 1865 Adolph Lette, a statesman, read before a workingmuen's society a pa ling attelntion to the lamen tion in whi.h (;crnIal1 wom rls colrell.ed to earn thei; found tll.um(sehes.. te prepared his :tddr ss with thoroughness and delivered it Oquence of a man who knew right and was inl earnlest. It wide attention. It found an e neart of an English!womnan had called to high station y. and she was Queen Vic' lughter, her royal highness princess Victoria. afterward Frederick. Herr Lette's paper grew a 4or ameliorating the condl rjan workingwomen. ('rown 1 ictoria. with the English fearlessness and independ w herself tinthusiastically movement. She became pa ` the new enterprise which Its object the training of Ger to earn their own living in of skilled labor. In 1866 was In Berlin the Union For the Training and Advancement ale Sex. Thus thirty-six was founded the first tech school for girls. It had a ij] a princess roys for gave it a noble send des schools for n L...

Publication Title: Caucasian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Caucasian. — 8 February 1903

adIms of Aris om sea New Inoes Not at All Envered. Phoenix, Ariz.. Feb. 6.-Although the admission of Arizona and New Mexico as one state has been frequent ly' suggested, it was never given se rious consideration here until the pub lication Wednesday of dispatches an nouncing that friends of the omnibus bill were favoring such a compromise. The news created consternation here and the protest is almost universal. Upon the assembling of the legislature Wednesday a telegram was read from Delegate Smith reciting the conditions and stating he was opposing the com promise. If his attitude was not in ac cord with the people he wanted to know it so he could inform congress. A resolution was passed opposing the compromise. Fellow Serrant Bill. Washington, Feb. 6.--Congressman Randell was before the committee on indian affairs in the interest of his bill relative to the fellow servants law in the Indian Territory, as at present railroad employes are not liable for in jury if caused by negligen...

Publication Title: Caucasian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Caucasian. — 8 February 1903

I. ABERT, cturer of an' Dealer in ss, Saddles, Collars, Whips, RIDLES, ETC. & CARRIAGE TRIMMING MPTLY ATTENDED TO. $ST., NEAR COMMON. REVEPORT, LA. N R. SMITH, y and Ccunsellor at Law. 2 Building, on Sorini street. in all State and Federal BOETZ, iy Groceries. TEXAS STREET. a examine my new clean '. Waring Phtone 320. ertaker nuakms In Fine dware. Edwards Street S. - HESTER. " rMiRY. $1ar'`'y po-t. t all to" to the itJ al M *t'fttt ::# p ieas :a ~ate' btofl k , e 'p ^A: q ti$,-tt. T- , Xeha FREIGHT COLLISION. Disastrons Smashup Which Resulted in the Death of Three. El Paso, Tex., Feb. 6.-A disastrous rear-end freight collision occurred on the El Paso Northeastern railway, near Tecolot,: N. M. The dead: Engineer W F. Prosser, fireman Gns M.erts, G. Davis of Tor rance. lie was lburned to death. Con ductor Gird was fatally injured. Con ductor Phalen and crew were making up a train at Tecolote when a second extra crashed into his train as a speed of threee miles an hour. The caboose...

Publication Title: Caucasian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Caucasian. — 8 February 1903

TE CAUCASIAN. SUNDAY. FEBRUARY 8. 19o3. DENTISTRY. Dr. T. M. Comegys. dentist. office Cooper building. AT W\VELLMAN'S. Wall paper and borders all the same price. Best mixed paints at $.25 per gallon. delivered. J. M. \VILLIAMS. C. E. Surveys in Caddo and Bossier par ishes. Correct work guaranteed Office with Parish Surveyor. court house, Shreveport. La. WHEN YOU \VANT INSURANCE When you want money. fire insurance, bonds, life insuranc., real estate. a-ti dent insurance or building and llan stock, see W\. C. Agrs. in the Cooper building. NEW FIRM. The Bird Saddlery Cdmpany, No. 202 Texas street, handle the most complete line of Saddles. Harnes,. Buggies and Wagons in the city. The celebrated Mil .burn WVagon, full line of all sizes al ways on hand. Give them a call. Writ ten guarantee for twelve months on vehicles. For Sale--Second-hanp Pop corn wagon P. 0. Box 557. WILL RAISE IBllOCiKlE Thi8 Is to Be Done After Protocol Has Been, klgntld. DONE IN A FEW DAYS arsuhas 4oqtanuesa to Be ...

Publication Title: Caucasian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Caucasian. — 11 February 1903

. . s---. . y-z : . - -. . . - . . .. 1.- --,-s . . . . -- . THE AUCASIAN. mile XIII. SHREVEPORT, LA., WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY II, 19o03. No. 319. er Special Cut Prices on RUBBER TIRES As Follows: PRICE PER SET. Size Rubber only Rubber and Channels in. $15 00----------- $2' 5o. ---- O--------- 22 O0. I " - 22 00 ------------- 28 oo. Tire 5oc. each over '/4 the price for full set. lyder Wagon Co. Ltd. SHREVEPORT, LA. Pres. A. F. JENKINS, V..Pres. S. J. ENDERS, Sec. & Treas. RS FURNITURE CO., Ltd., WHOLESALE AND RETAIL Furniture, Mattresses, Window Shades, Wall Paper. .1 Rugs, Fancy Toilet Sets, Linoleum, Art Squares, Car attings, Wall Paper and Pictures. A hearty greeting a who favor us with a call. 316-318 Texas St., Shraesport, La. WTS & FARMERS BANK RUST CO, CORNER OF iAND TEXAS STREES, UOT, LA. deposits of the -bank is i, popula estures. i;aewed on all sUms of apwards remaiiug OSc *eor more calendar during the irat three interest is allowed 1 . de o.ited . the mw will be paya...

Publication Title: Caucasian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Caucasian. — 11 February 1903

Journal of the -" EDNESDAY, FEB. Ii, 1903. WE SLAVE PENMIION SCHEME. tQthet bill introduced in t~ C~ e by Mr. Hanna ~ p p'uties and pensions for ex . said the scheme would cost montey. Well, what of it? Are -money Wrieured to meet Federsa soldiers, of ors bums and dead-beats Ssaw or met a Confed in action? In opposition it te" srcheme would demor d that in time the sof white men would; for the sake of the . To our mind all this is it would be a waste of time irs it. Suffice it to say would suggest the en Mil hey every Southern Codgress. The bill a law, as it would be 'by every section of PIlmrrst and others h$i bhe sanctimonious, in its defeat, but the ih Re spslians as well ~I'prideie w uld be ' it iways is in sec MPAIGN. headed "The fPsar~ Journal a itelined to ad jUfs at this matters a;d settled Over can The method 'ticket is Ie into party A popr State -4.· tie .i p.. ýýý ,ýý _ý srý,-' .ý :ý -ý - .. --ý , z ý .a W Y .. ýý ý: j E'ý tf Eta . ý ' k;..ý - r.ý t. - ýxýi F ,ý` ý._ ..' ...

Publication Title: Caucasian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Caucasian. — 11 February 1903

rton Hotel Restaurant OPEN DAY AND NIGHT. gular Meals Served, 2 Best in the City, . - 25c SHORT ORDERS A SPECIALTY. SPECIAL ATTENTION TO OPERA TROUPES. ELEGANT ROOMS-BATH CONNECTION. 701-3-5-7 Texas Street, Corner of Louisiana. E A Stock Clearing. NOW IS YOUR CHANCE FOR Cheap Crockery, Glassware, Cutlery and General House Furnishing Goods. We desire to cut our stock down to make room for our Summer Goods and for SIXTY DAYS you can get bargains all the way through in above 1-goods. CALL AND INVESTIGATE. F. MARTEL & SON, .Phone 555. 211 Texas St. S lorsheim lros. Dry Goods (. 11td. EXCLUSIVELY WHOLESALE DEALERS IN 7Dry Goods, Notions, Boots, Shoes and Hats. 0, 5t2 and 514 Levee Street. New York Offike 77 Franklin Street B. HICKS, President. YALE HICKS, Vice President W. F. CHASE, Secretary-Treasurer. DIRECTORS. LE HICKS, S. B. HICKS, F. H. GOSMAN, W .F. CASE T. TH. SCOVELL, G. H. STEVENSON. STHKE lICKS COMPANY [LIMITED.] SOLESALE GROCERS an: COTTON FACTORS. .ad Warehouse Corne Sri...

Publication Title: Caucasian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Caucasian. — 11 February 1903

AY, FEB. U, 1963. ENTISTRY. S Cs gys, dentist, offce }f '`" RLMAN'S. borders all the same paints at t1.25 per , i 'lossier par guaranteed Oflice ~ r, court house, SISURlANCE Srea isurance, -r and and lanm 1i. Cooper -No. 202 `fi9t complete es and uzes al i'. Stafford General gL C. V., I.7:30 ill.. de xý ". a ý r. :. 3 Y t` . ,£b t GONE ASHORE. Steamnhip Madlana in a lad Condition Off Bermuda Island. Hamilton, Bermuda, Feb. 11.-The Quebec Steamship company's steamer Madiana, Captain Frazer. which sail ed from New York Saturday last for a special cruise among the Carribhean is lands with a party of excursionists, has gone ashore on the reefs off the island. The steamer Madiana was built in Glasgow in 1876, and is of 1983 tons net burden. She is 344 feet eight inches long and has thirty-nine feet four inches beam, and is twenty-nine feet deep. She hails from London. The Midiana has on board about 100 pas sengers. The list is made up princi pally of people from Boston, Chicago and citie...

Publication Title: Caucasian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Caucasian. — 12 February 1903

XHIi SHREVEPORT, LA., THURSDAY, FI3BRUARY i2, 1903- No. 318 ial Cut Prices on UBDER TIRES As Follows: PRICE PER SET. Rubber only Rubber and Channels 100 ------------$21 5o. - 1600o 2200o. -- - 2200-- - 2800. Soc. each over ¼/ the price for full set. er Wagon Co. Ltd. SHREVEPORT, LA. A. F. JENKINS, V.-Pres. S. J. ENDERS, Sec. & Treas. FURNITURE CO., Ltd., WHOLESALE AND RETAIL ailute, Matlesses, w Shades, Wall Papar. Faacy Toilet Set, Linoleum, Art Squares, Car Wat Paper and Pictures. A hearty greeting ovorswit-a call. s, Y S - e . ý. 3 ýVq LýFP: .tI \ at Y c ",dry ii I. 3 re c 3 o~ iy .# , the i to rp iihousehol d . 4Iatimrably owprices. quoted: AIF positive ~~~~~~M Twe R~ ~ g l.n a e , .I :_ >cid ao* , -r ms week. C ~6~OJ~each, a A k uei`Wter -VL S 6 Tom t i. TEDDY'S CRANIUM K a INDICATES A FIGHTING, BEAR- a KILLING, FOOLHARDY MAN. tl C Physical Defects Pointed Out by Bill b Arp-The Difference Between d McKinley and Roosevelt. a An enthusiastic admirer of Bill Arp e and the A...

Publication Title: Caucasian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Caucasian. — 12 February 1903

CHARTER Of in K. llnder "n r. a11S't~ply (inaanv. Li n cii. State of Luisianna. Tnr -lh -f C(a,,!: Be it ktno'x n tlhat thi. <x lefore ore. E. D. erndoi, a n t:ory public mo and for 'an id at xl 'tat'x I ir 1t ed and ti ualiied ,id in thI ;;ecince ,t witnex. u hereinafter named 1. xu " derigtitd. personally cil e and appeared the meveral persons whoxe nameor are hereunto suh<cribed, and dxcch:rcd that. availing themxselves of the pr visiotts of Act No. 36 of the General kssemhiy of the State of Louisiana. approved Janix a*- 2Q, iS . as well as those of the gen eral laws of the State relative to the laws of organization of corporations, they have formed and do by these pres ents form and organize this -into a cor poration, for the objects and purposes and under the stipulations hereinafter set forth, which they do hereby accept as their charter, to-wit: ARTICLE I. The name and title of said corporation shall be The W. K. Henderson Iron Works and Supply Company, Limited, and by ...

Publication Title: Caucasian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Caucasian. — 12 February 1903

hAN11 llF.IX.ttJrI he Broghan Doll FurnitureCo.I WI-OLESALE AND kRETAIL DEALERS IN MATTINGS LENOLEUM, RUGS, MATTRESSES Etc. vethe mo(.t commolete line of L adie, Writ in-- Desks and D~re,-i,;L Golden Oak Hirdl e \'avle and M1ho-:nI Upright and Mantle leds an ornantel to any parlor or >ittinv room. I pay nou to calf and ace our line bef re b ing. PROMPT ATTENTION TO (OI3TRX ORDERS. ROS flR(ANTILE IfIGF. (0. (LTD. Wholesale Dealers in All Kinds of ts, Produce, Field and { Garden Seeds. s of SHREVEPORT STEAM BOTTLING ORKS and SHREVEPORT STEAM CANDY FACTORY. and 125 Texas Street, Shreveport, La. 0. DREYFUSS & CO. WHOLESALE DEALERS IN oods, Boots, Shoes and Hats. NER SPRING AND CROCKETT STREETS. ATTENTION TO COUNTRY ORDERS. HERMAN LOEB DEALER IN Wool, Tallow, Beeswax, Furs. CE STREET, NEXT TO V. S. & P. RAILWAY. * SHREVEPORT, LA. to thi sellers the best prices obtained in St. Louis, Nevw rg, Galveston and Houston markets. Prompt returns. Tt The. B TATES feB tickets at one fare...

Publication Title: Caucasian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Caucasian. — 12 February 1903

THE CAUCASIAN. Official Journal of the City of Shreveport. Tlil'NsI)AY. lFEIt. 12. 1903. AMIERICAN .\Nl) EtUROPEAN' DIPLOMACY. From the Europe:n side of this great round worid conies in reproachful tones the assertion that we have no diplomats in this country. Measured from the standard of Europeans we have not. A skilled diplomat is one who is always playing for something he would not have: a double dealer whose ambition is to entangle and mislead and in the end get the best of a bad bargain. Re ferring to Minister Bowen, who is man aging for Venezuela, the high-felluted and high-felluting, trained diplomats of Europe look upon him as a crude and somewhat vulgar product of the United States, a plain, blunt man who knows little of conventionalities and who is sufficiently indiscreet as to state his case clearly and then rest on his demands. The trained diplomats of Germany and England and litaly and all others inter ested more or less in their grab-all in Venezuela have been pleadin...

Publication Title: Caucasian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Caucasian. — 12 February 1903

of the e Verein In Germany 18or 1S15 Adolph Lette, a statesman, read before a workingflln's society a pa ng attention to the lamen a in which German wom compelled to earn thelr fouid themselves. prepared his address with roughness and delivered it uence of a man who knew bt and was in earnest. It wide attention. It found an heart of an Englishwoman had called to high station ny, and she was Queen Vm-I thter, her royal highness cess Victoria. afterward erlek. Herr Lette's paper grew a for ameliorating the condi an workingwomen. Crown Victoria. with the English ,fearlessne s and independ w herself enthusiastically iement. She became pa the new enterprise which object the training of Ger to earn their own living in skilled labor. In 1866 was a Berlin the Union For the 'raining and Advancement le Sex. Thus thirty-six "'as founded the first tech school for girls. It had S&OOL princess royal for it a noble send Mrades schools for Unitied States. fat a lcmd school, call stands already ...

Publication Title: Caucasian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Caucasian. — 12 February 1903

IS OPPOSED. Admisaioa of Arizona and Now Mexice Not at AU Favored. Phoenix, Ariz., Feb. 6.-Although the admission of Arizona and New Mexico as one state has been frequent ly suggested, it was never given se rious consideration here until the pub lication Wednesday of dispatches an nouncing that friends of the omnibus bill were favoring such a compromise. The news created consternation here and the protest is almost universal. Upon the asoembling of the legislature Wednesday a telegram was read from Delegate Smith reciting the conditions and stating he was opposing the com promise. If his attitude was not in ac cord with the people he wanted to know it so he could inf-cmn congress. A resolution was passed opposing the compromise. Fellow Serant Bill. Washington. Feb. 6.-Congressman Randell was before the committee on Indian affairs in the interest of his bill relative to the fellow servants law in the Indian Territory, as at present -atlroad employes are not liable for in jury if caus...

Publication Title: Caucasian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Caucasian. — 12 February 1903

ABERT, urer of an ' Dealer in s, Saddles, Collars, Whips, IDLES, ETC. CARRIAGE TRIMMING TLY ATTENDED TO. ST., NEAR COMMON. EVEPORT, LA. R. SMITH, y and Ccunsellor at Law. Building, on Sorinm street. in all State and Federal BOETZ, ly Groceries. TEXAS STREET. examine my new clean W. Waring one 320. ertaker Ders in Fine rs rdware. Edwards Street . MUILDINO. t Knives and -btok a spectsatty r ttended to daN J. c. HESTER. . EMIRY. :l Co A1' C. Perri.: k l Estate 1Aputs1 Shreveport, La. al attention to the of the Cotton Ex Akoes to all the latest storing and insuring cash advances 2otton. eatoe is large and at we can please all and farms, collect remittances, and ents. and expect to attention to busi Turf mid most reliablh the races at the POIY. FREIGHT COLLISION. Disastrons Smashup WVhich Resulted in the Death of Three. El Paso, Tex., Feb. 6.-A disastrous rear-end freight collision occurred on the El Paso Northeastern railway, near Tecolote, N. M The dead: Engineer V. F. Prosser, fireman...

Publication Title: Caucasian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Caucasian. — 12 February 1903

THE CAUCASIAN. THURSDAY, FEB. 12. 1903. DENTISTRY. Dr. T. M. Contegys. dentis., office Cooper building. AT WELLMAN'S. Wall paper and borders all the same price. Best mixed paints at $1.25 per gallon. delivered. J. M. WILLIAMS. C. E. Surveys in Caddo and Bossier par ishes. Correct work guaranteed Office with Parish Surveyor. court house, Shreveport. La. WHEN YOU WANT INSURANCE When you want money, fire insurance, bonds, life insurance, real estate, acci dent insurance or building and loan stock, see W. C. Agurs. in the Cooper building. NEW FIRM. The Bird Sadd!ery Company, No. 202 Texas street. handle the most complete line of Saddles. Harness. Buggies and Wagons in the city. The celebrated Mil burn Wagon, full line of all sizes al ways on hand. Give them a call. Writ ten guarantee for twelve months on vehicles. For Sale--Second-hanp Pop corn wagon. P. 0. Box 567. WILL RAISE 1IRCKADE This Is to Be Done After Protocol Has Been Signed. DONE IN A FE W DAYS Emphasis Continues to Be Laid U...

Publication Title: Caucasian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Caucasian. — 15 February 1903

THE CAUCASIAN. me XIII. SHREVEPORT. LA., SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 15, 1903. No. 32o. r Special Cut Prices on RUBBER TIRES As Follows: PRICE PER SET. Rubber only Rubber and Channels in. . - ------- - $15 oo ....._ _ - $21 50o. Si- [600-_ 22 00. 1 _,----._ 22 oo _ 28 oo. 'ire 5oc. each over 1/4 the price for full set. yder Wagon Co. Ltd. SHREVEPORT, LA. Pres. A. F. JENKINS, V.-Pres. S. J. ENDERS, Sec. & Treas. S FURNITURE CO., Ltd., WHOLESALE AND RETAII. Furniture, Mattresses, Window Shades, Wall Paper, ,f Rugs, Fancy Toilet Sets, Linoleum, Art Squares, Car ttings, Wall Paper and Pictures. A hearty greeting all who favor us with a call. 316-318 Texas St., Shreveport, La. kporsits. & FARMERS BANK .CO., CORNER OF TEXAS STREES,I of the bank is popular features. of three per cent pp all tums of the first three interest is allowed If deprsited on the tt. lnterent on all will be payable on February and August, then withdrawn is al thereby giving interest. ý.made by marrie' *ders, in their o...

Publication Title: Caucasian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Caucasian. — 15 February 1903

WREIK EXPRESS CA Five Men Hold Up a Train Near Homestead, Mont. ROOF IS BLOWN OFF. Reports as to the Amount of Cash Obtained Vary, but the Messen ger Says it :Is Not Over Five Hundred Dollars. Butte, Mont., Feb. 13.-The Burling. ton express No. 6, east bound, was held up shortly after midnight yester day morning on the Northern Pacific tracks eight miles east of this city, near Homestead, by five mounted men. The train was a double header and the engines, with the mail and express cars, were run about 600 feet ahead of the rest of the train. In a few moments after the train stop ped there were two explosions of dy namite, which wrecked the express car. The roof was blown off, but no one was injured. Reports as to the amount of booty secured by the robbers vary The express messenger says the robbers did not get more than $500. In other quarters it is said the plunder will amount to several thousand dollars at least. It is also said that several mail pouches were rifled. A railway mai...

Publication Title: Caucasian, The
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