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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Schulenburg Sticker — 1 September 1904

I >£ ?> it*********************** SEVERA'S I Family Remedies, j WWW WWWW IWWW W Wti'- +WW9 J Severa's I Severa's | m-. r' 'ik ■■ Sis Wh Blood Purifier eons all blood end skin dl- toasts, bolls, uloors, enlargod glands, salt rheum, scrofula, blood poisoning and all vone- real affoo*lons. Prloo 91,00. Kidney 6 Liver Cure eoanloraots and oaros all con • gestion, gravel, bloody arlno. Bright's disease, Jaundice and all affections of those organs. Prise 757 and $1.23. * * & * * SEVERA'S Balsam •<><• Lungs Positively cures all coughs, colds, hoarseness, bronchitis, pneumonia, asthma, croup and all affections of the throat and lungs* Price 25 and 50 cents. St GotharcPs OH always brings speedy and per" manent relief in all rheumatic and painful affections, neu- ralgia, swellings, sprains, pain In the back and elite* ~ Prloo SOcents. Ik— Severa's Balsam of Life strengthens and tones eve- ry organ of the body, regulates digestion, promotes the appe• tite, overcomes constipa...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Schulenburg Sticker — 1 September 1904

||Plligipp^ P.5?? ife? i--^ XEbe Sticker. RAYMOND WiNFREE, Editor and Publisher SUBSCRIPTION, Ji.oo PER ANNUM Entered at the Schulenburg postofflce as second-class matter'. po th< The Sticker invites the public to keep it 3ted concerning the goings and comings or .he town. If you are leaving town or have friends visiting you or departing, drop us a line that we may make note of it. But be sure to sign your name to it as an evidence of its genuineness. "■ THURSDAY, SEPT. 1, 1904, OUR CHOICE CRATIC NO For President and Vice-President. • It is as hot as pretty warm. well, it is We are glad that it is the little hoy who is heir to the throne oi Russia instead of us. Teddy has made enough fuss since the Spanish-American war to keep him quiet the rest of his days. Some cay our cotton crop will not reach that of last year and some say it will go beyond. Now the only way to prove this is to wait and eee. sent out by the reporters of the daily papers. They hold them up as heroes,saying th...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Schulenburg Sticker — 1 September 1904

>V.Rv" -. *r- Ssif* K Hi SS^i3' HORNER'S MAKING ROOM FOR FALL STOCK, NOW OIST THE ROAD. ALL SPRING AND SUMMER DRESS GOODS AT Greatly Reduced Prices ALSO Slippers and Spring Shoes at Cost At HORENR'S. i * JltAXCBLJBT BJSJPOBT. The following Is the market report as compil- ed by H. Horner, and chaneed weekly, accord- ing to the highest market prices paid. CHANGED EVERY WEDNESDAY Cotton new per lb nominal 10 3-4 Cotton Seed per .100 lbs - 65 Corn new —— ® Eggs - 12 Butter (cooking) 7—12 Butter (table) - — 10- Chickeas (as to size) 12-20 Roosters - - 10 to 17 Turkeys per lb g® Baoon - - 7c Lard. — 9(3 Cabbage - — Potatoes 100 Cotton Firm. Butter Market:~No Quotation.^ Chix wanted. _ Errs firm. Turkeys to hot no demand. RUQGIES-—See H. P. Schaefer. Mrs. C. F. Laas of Oakland was here Tuesday. Perlitz Bros, have fresh mack* ere), herring and brick cheese. Mr. Emil Schultz was in Vic- toria one day this week. Remember September 7th we leave. Womble. Mrs. M. Engels of Oakland was shoppin...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Schulenburg Sticker — 1 September 1904

m%. 'mm- W£ r'?" r'v ¥tr- Russlan character is unknown to Europe and America. We know cer- tain qualilfea, but we form no con- ception of the whole, as we do of a German, Frenchman or Italian. He is not mere s than half a European— v probably considerably leas than half. ■■ To the Western mind he seems strangely Oriental. Perhaps to the Oriental fcV seems Western. After Peidr the Gffeat broke down some of ' the barriers between his country and - the outer world, the Russian upper classes took in considerable European culture from the French, but the ef- no deeper than the surface • of culturd. Russia, stand- the Orient and the Occi- lOoks to herself for her future— to Japan, which is ready from all the world* Japan is adaptable! Russia has genius. She has also an immense naive self-confl- dence, which shows trivially in her Boasting'and nobiy lit the calm with 4cfc she gpes about her work and aRs towlrd the future. Dostoievsky, fniny, prophesies that the oth- rer* oUEurdpe will be w...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Schulenburg Sticker — 1 September 1904

mm ' l H 11 -V- ?->.;, f% f ,'. i i -': - . - :. . '*. . su - "■- - I '. -«•:-. * BE ' _ mmaim ..in r .ii.i i 1®, A «.. S?.V V ■: h. ■■:■■■ ¥M' J 111® [v^.;-t?r=, <« * ^>>'31 - • • - ' ' Couldn't. Said he: "You're a peach. Fly with xse?" She replied as she dashed his hope: "You're mistaken. A •peach," die you say? Well, I'm not—I'm a can talcupe." Forbids Red Blouses. The sultan has forbidden the "wear- ing of red blouses by Armenian wom- en. The color is believed to symbol* tee the bloodshed in their country. Elizabeth H. Thompson, of LilJydale, N.Y., Grand Worthy Wise Templar, and Member of —WX.T.IL, tells how she recov- ered by the use of Lydia E> Pinkham's Vegetable Compound. M " Dear Mbs. Pinkham : — I am one § of the many of yonr grateful friends who hare been cured through the nee ot Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetatlo Compound* and who ccn tod-y thank yoa for the fine health I enjoy. :V;FWhm I w | " * was thirty-five years old, I W- Three Nations Make One Glove. It t...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Schulenburg Sticker — 1 September 1904

II0PI 1 I® W r "■'!.. . -r^-" /-'i< - '.•-■• > ; -. "" •I %4fwl ." |r? • v5§£'i Mi SCCETIES. if feati ■f.' r.< % 1: BwR ■• '.i "—— — fV_ Sua Set Gamp, No, 120 J Texas I w. o. w. " .vV-- '■ • Meet* every 1st and 3rd Friday In Che month. Visiting brethern are cordially invited to meet with as. Chris, Baamgnrten, Jr. C. O. Haul. Xurdhaasen, Clerk. MCHVLti.rBfUV LODOIH .XO.HQ K. of P. Meets ever; 1st and 8i<J Wednesday night,In their Sengleinann'snail.' All rlaltlftg Knights are oordially invited co attend r"-e n* 4h<* A. B. CAMPABVTX, Cf. 3. F. K.oi ii-& t. Lyons Lodge, No. 195. «§. F. It •#. .If. Meets on Friday on or before the first full moon in each month. Transient brethren are oordially Invited to at- tend. R. S. TANNM, W M Fbid Ebelinq, Sec *y A Record of the Events of the "Week that Are of Especial In- « terest to the People of Texas, -j 19 LABOR DAY PROCLAIMED. WESTERN STAR LODGE, NO. 174 1. 0. O.P. 4 m Meets regularly each Tuesday night Tiftusieot brethren ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Schulenburg Sticker — 8 September 1904

T«x* Uoirtrgitjr AUSTlM JOS PGtHTIHQ ^Raymond fl/infreCf ^Publisher* iPlaln Words Jire Suer the SSest. One 'Dollar a 2/t ear. V OLUME XI. SCHULENBTJRG, FAYETTE COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 8, 1904. NO. 6. BERMUDA VALLEY (••••? OR. \. E. CLARK, Proprietor. 'B. SCHULENBURG. TEXAS Owner and Breeder «f Standard and ThOfOUgM HORSES Aad of Bgisterid Red Polled acd Registered Kcisteln CATTLE, The famous standard bred Stallion J 'B, and the celebrated thoroughbred-" stallion Panmur* are now permanently located at my Farm. Service of either #25.00 cash with return privilege next season, in case of failure to foal. Correa- * " mce with prospective purchasers of Fine PANMl'RE or Cattle is resDect-fuIlv solicited. The Best of Everything fn Staple and Fancy Groceries, Canned Goods and Delicacies, Country Produce, etc., etc., My stock of Dry Goods, Clothing, Boots, Shoes, Hats and Notions will bear close inspection. In Style and quality they are up to the stand- ard, they are Honest Goods f...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Schulenburg Sticker — 8 September 1904

mi V hi M Ilsfii 'SB REMEDIES Seven's S Severa'S * Severn's ' Cm-A'Serf <> <> quickly over-<> comes all heart <' aflections.dropsy, (1 Heart Tonic Stomach Bitters i Soothing Drops bring comfort and natural sleep to children. Coun- speils and tones 2 and fever and re- ft. -P the whole sys- 11 * SlOltiaCil, ^ gulate the diges- * icm. Price $1. j | aid diges- * one tion. Price 25c. _ , 4 tion, stimtt- * Severa's <!iatefhe * Seyera's organs, $ wafers for Headache HH|B and Neuralgia V UVCl WUIUW ders and conges- $ weakness $ 1 # forms of headache Female Regulator |ttte. overcomes all f menstrual discr- J overcome • SP^C/AL coB&jw/mrs After sixteen days on tropical seas, varied by botanical glory at Singa- pore, by picturesque falls and gardens at Penang, the passenger has sam- pled the wines, tested his friends, «pun his best yarns, and proved all the pleasure and monotony of sea life. He welcomes a glimpse of fair Cey- lcn, even though he has little notion of...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Schulenburg Sticker — 8 September 1904

WmmSm ^> ■ linn ill mix a gay uniforms he admired, then firmly replied: "No. Grass for you," and handed the queen a tiny handful of grass. The queen went off laughing at the little boy who was honest enough to show that he preferred bandsmen in red coats to royalty.— New York Times. WANTED "BLACK" SCRATCHED. QUESTION OF THE CRAB. - *' Iw W7r Bishop Candler of Georgia is known as one of the best story tellers in the South. At a-recent dinner given in his honor he told this one on him- self: "I shall never forget my embarrass- ment when first introduced to a hard- shell crab, i came down from the mountains of Georgia to visit some young friends in Richmond. It was crab season and I was invited to a - crab supper. •*1 bad never seen a boiled crab served before and had not the slight- est idea how to go at it. Finally I was forced to confess my ignorance on the subject and said* " 'If this delicacy before me was a gopher or a 'possum I would know what to do with it, so if some one wi...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Schulenburg Sticker — 8 September 1904

XLhc Sticker. ||P | 3B8SC Ht %"■ m&P '•if- Si Wk m ms K PSf. BSrf lis? lli • f Pg if :T" i Ipi • ?jvv r -W' RAYMOND W1NFREE, Editor and Publisher SUBSCRIPTION, Ji.oo PER ANNUM Entered at the Schulenburg postcffice as oecond-clasa matter. The Sticker invites the public to keep it posted concerning the goings and comings of the town. If you are leaving town or have friends visiting yoft or departing, drop us a line that we may make note of it. But be sure to sign your name to it as an evidence of its genuineness. ZAPP ZEPHYRS. THURSDAY, SEPT. 8, 1904. OUR CHOICES For President and Vice-President. Port Arthur is still falling. And the Russians are rushin' some It was a Sue rain, fall garden. Now for a A sack trill of potatoes was left at our house a few days ago. Who- ever brought them did not leave his name and has not presented a bill. If they are a gift, we would like to know the donor so we may extend to him our thanks. For the Sticker: The weather is about the most important s...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Schulenburg Sticker — 8 September 1904

vi v\ • • • • v • M&i ■- . ■ ^p?; x f ' *"%:l BdfPMPB ': !- ?-:iVvT|3 lss.-r.-a/sr? . .;>-... . s..-«- S 3 1 * ~ m l.v 3t. ' '-•ul mm lilil h"' KglS 1 HORNER'S MAKING ROOM FOR FALL STOCK, NOW ON THE ROAD. ALL SPRING AND SUMMER DRESS GOODS AT vv; v / ; ' Greatly Reduced Prices ■ ALSO Slippers and Spring Shoes Cost At HORENR'S. JITAMtKJBV RtiPOXtr. is the market report as eompil- and chaneed weekly, accord- market prices paid. changed every WEDNESDAY Cotton new per lb nominal Cotton Seed per i.100 lbs Corn new..— Butter (cooking) Butter (table).——.- .. \ (as to sixe). Turkeys per Ib~ Potatoes...—- - ; Cotton Weak Butter Market:—No Quotation. CM* wanted. ■# Eggs firm. Turkeys to toot no demand. 10 65 35 12 7—12 10- 12-20 10 to 17 6c 7c 9c *1 100 'T - & f:\:- r'" I & ee H. P. Schasfer, Mrs. Fred Ebeling is in Galves- ton visiting relatives. FRESH candy at Meyer's. It is fresh. Right fresh California prunes at Levey's. Mr. Gus Cranz of Houston was in the city visiting home...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Schulenburg Sticker — 8 September 1904

ill pfiPl- '• \- jb&; 1. ■- . -v. Jt'WtF m >. •- • % '<* / ■ "#>x- &$*■*«. ,f'■ mt b §f'' ?- i-i? & JlKf* W, . H5& ■ m":r: IHpvv mfk j# safe PS" K >* -.- Bfe i ■ BK& ';•* Persian Lawn With Lace. Negligees In white are always dain- ty and charming, and have, besides, the merit of laundering easily and well. This one is exceptionally grace- ful and becoming and is shown in lawn with frills of pointe de Paris lace, but can be reproduced in many other fabrics and in color as well as white; the frills being of lace, em- broidery, or the material, as pre- ferred. Also there is a choice allowed of the flounce or a plain skirt. The garment is a simple one and is made with full fronts and back that are joined to a shallow yoke that is con- cealed by the big collar. The quan- tity of material required for the me- dium size is 14% yards 27, 12% yards 32, or 8% yards 44 inches wide with the flounce, and 10 yards 27, 9 yards 32 or 6 yards 44 without, with 9 yards ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Schulenburg Sticker — 8 September 1904

8«ii t WHO 13 YOUR FRIEND? •Col. T. J. Anderson Backs Up an Argu« ment With Facts. The remarkable statement is made by Geneia. Passenger Agent T. J. An- derson of the Southern Pacific Sunset route tLat the various railroads, with ■officen and headquarters at Houston, spend the astonishing total of over $4",000,000 a year in the city of Hous- ton. 3<jiTie three millions representing salaries and the balance rents, pur- chases of supplies and avertising, the latter being sent broadcast over the entire eath, advertising Texas and her limitless resources. The statement was originated dur- ing a discussion as to the comparative benefit to Houston by the railroads and the ticket scalpers. Mr. Anderson not only has made a special study of the scalping question, but has taken a pronounced lead in the fight being waged by the Texas railroads against the operations of the brokers who have been doing business here. "The case, is so plain, so obvious," said Mr. Anderson, " that a 2-year-ola ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Schulenburg Sticker — 8 September 1904

iwf? 11 - -- " ■i. mp, No. 120 w. o. w„ Meets every ist and 3rd Friday in Che month. Visiting brethecn are cordially invited to meet with us. Chris, Banmgarten, Jr. C.C. Eudi. Nordbansfen, Clerk. / t " men VhttJTB VM 6 MiOMtGK JTO. 336 SSlSf;' 'i ■ W:"*■ wmmi ismMt K. of P. Meets every 1st sad 8rd Wednesday night/ In their Senglemann' s hall. All visiting Knights are cordially Invited to attend the nipptin<r* of the lodge A. B. CAMPABELL, CC. B. F. JOHNSON. E. Ot .& 8. Lodge, No. 195. 4.F. r i..v. Meets on Friday on or before the first full moon in each month. Transient brethren are oorlially Invited to at- tend. R. 8. Tannbb,W, M Fbid Ebeliko, Sec'y NEW ROCXEFELLER INSTITUTE Establishment for Medical Research to Be Most Complete 021 Earth—What Its Projectors Hope to Accomplish WESTERN STAR LODGE, NO. 174 I. 0. 0. P. Meets regularly each Tuesday night Transient brethren are cordially invited to visit us. Win. Cornelson, N. G. Neill McKinnon, Secretary. :r - ...THE Prescriptio...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Schulenburg Sticker — 15 September 1904

JPflPllP Wm Ms ■' m ttaimifty AUSTIK JOB * PRINTING Raymond in free, !Publisher, — « : 1 " s 1 ■ Plain Words Jire Soer the !8asi. : 3j j > One 'Dollar a 2/ear. VOLUME XI. SCHULENBURG, FAYETTE COUNTY, TEXAS. THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 15, 1904. NO. 7. V BERMUDA VALLEY Stock Farm, fiR US OR; I. E. CLARK, Proprietor. *• SCHULENBVRG. TEXAS Owner and Breeder at Standi and Thoroughbred. ytfam. HORSES Ail fit Rglstered Ret Foiled aed Registered Hoisted CATTLE. The famous standard bred Stallion J B, and ♦he celebrated thoroughbred stallion P&nmurt we new permanently located at my Farm. Senriee of either 125.00 cash with return privilege next season, in case of failure to foal. Corres- * moe with prospective purchasers of Fine : er Oattle is resoect-follv solicited. PANMURE The Best of Everything rjti ■ ■-'.V: ' In Staple and Fancy Groceries, Canned Goods and Delicacies, Country Produce, etc., etc., My stock of Dry Goods, Clothing, Boots, Shoes, Hats and Notions will bear close inspection. I...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Schulenburg Sticker — 15 September 1904

m~.i ' if-n nm tfn , ' ; m X?:^' >,•<, I pS • ' ,-£* i ■:: mstm W®s£® (r* fi=* Knitted Shawls Again Popular. Not for many years have so many id knitted shawls been at seashore and mountain re* are worn by the summer A popular pattern is a crocheted from, saxony yarn in what is known as the ratabow pat- tern. TMs shows all the pale colors of the rainbow—pink, blue, lavender, green and corn color, witn a large proportion of white stripe# interven- ing. When thrown-over the shoulders it has all the effect of a fading, exquis- itely delicate rainbow. mmi m and are finished with small ornaments in white silt cord or cut steel. Un- der the tabs at the throat is set a smart cravat of white maline, which standn out on either side like wings. i&V Eton ^nd Skirt. with skirts to match are eminently becoming to young giria and are to be greatly worn dur- ing the coming season as they have been during this one. The very ex- cellent model illus- trated is adapted to a wJde range °* mate...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Schulenburg Sticker — 15 September 1904

m VI ' II gi IP&-, ;y'- '. rv'' rP? If obstacles beset your way And darker grow the clouds each day* Do not feel sad, but ever gray- Tress on. Press On. If on a trolley car you ride, Do not upon the platform hide; Of course, there's standing room inside- Press on. If you've a girl that's neat and chaste, Who wears good clothes and has good taste, Remember that she has a waist- Press on. —Yonkers Statesman. TWO BESOTS It was near midnight, when the tel- ephone in the castle of Zsaby began to ring sharply and excitedly. Baron Se- bastian Petrovics, tthe owner of Zsaby, had not yet retired, but was deep in a book. He hurried to the telephone. "Hallo! Petrovics. What can I do for you, countess?" An excited female voice, the sobbing of- which betrayed only too plainly that something had happened, replied: "Are you there, baron, x'hank God, you are at home. Please come over at once; burglars are breaking into the house!" "I will come immediately," the baron shouted into the telephone....

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Schulenburg Sticker — 15 September 1904

58$|Si££s ■;V>X p - '> - 4 -2: * % , p ' *. . •fi'~ fef iS# Zhc Sticker. RAYMOND WINFREE, Editor and Publisher subscription, $1.00 per annum Entered at the Schulenburg postoffice ae eeoond-olass matter. The Sticker invites the public to keep it posted concerning the goings and comings of the town. If you are leaving town or have friends visiting you or departing, drop us a line that we may make note of it. But be sure to sign your name to it as an evidence of its genuineness. THURSDAY, SEPT. ,15 1904. OUR CHOICE For£President and• Vice-President. Is that boy going to school or is he loafing on the streets? The Sticker has added some new machinery to its office and is ready to do that job work for you. Our cotton crop is about all out. Many of the farmers are holding it for higher prices. Here's hop- ing they get it. It is reported that this year's yield will be the smallest in a de- cade, and that in all probability, we will haye to import wheat from other countries to Supply ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Schulenburg Sticker — 15 September 1904

HORNER'S WANTED Highest Price Paid, either Cash or Trade At HORNER'S. HE FORT. The following la the market report as compil- ed by H. Horner, and changed weekly, accord- ing to the highest market prices paid. CHANGED EVERY WEDNESDAY Cotton new per lb nominal 9 3-4-10 Cotton Seed per .100 lbs - 70 Corn new - -• 3° RffffB .... ....... 12 .'1-2 Batter (cooking) — 7—12 Batter (table)™ - 10- Chiokens (as to size) 12-20 Roosters — —10 to 17 Turkeys per lb._ - °c Bacon— - Je Lard - Cabbage. Potatoes. — 100 Cotton Weak Batter Market:—No Quotation. Chix wanted. , E«W firm. , Turkeys to hot no demand. Misi Cleo Clark has returned from the World's Fair. Right fresh California prunes at Levey's. The dance that was to be given tonight has been postponed in- definitely. FOR RENT—Dwelling. Apply to Ignaz Russek, Freshest candy and fruits in the city at F. F. Schaefer's. Misi Stella Hoeffert has returned from a visit to her sister, Mrs. John Mitchon, of Moulton. Get your canned corn, peaches and to...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Schulenburg Sticker — 15 September 1904

plpp ■ i i ■iiriiriTtrl tssumm • a ™SWEEKLY PANORAMA NEW GOVERNOR OF CANADA. Earl Grey Selected by King Edward to Succeed Lord Minto. King, Edward has approved the ap- pointment cf Earl Grey as governor general of Canada, in succession to the earl of Minto. Albert Henry George, the fourth Earl Grey, has been lord lieutenant of Northumberland since 1899. He was born in 1851 and was married in 1877. He owns about 17,600 acres of landed estates. He is one of the most notable men in the present British peerage, and has made himself known to the world In several conspicuous ways—as a financier, a philanthropist and an in- dustrial promoter. He was associated with the late Cecil Rhodes in the de- velopment of South Africa, and is ex- ecutor of the will under which the Rhodes scholarships are assigned. He was administrator of Rhodesia in 1896 and 1897. At various times he has been concerned in the river tunnels of New York, having interests in the Hudson river tunnel in its earlier stage a...

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