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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Caucasian. — 26 March 1905

TRI-W"IWLY. SUNDAY, MARCH 26, 1905. Entered as second class matter February II, 1904, at the postoffice at Shreve port, La., under the Act of Con gress of March 31, 1879. Subscription Price $2.oo0 a year. Published three times a week, on Sun day morning, Tuesday and Thurs day afternoon, at the Simon Build ing, Shreveport, La., by The Cau casian & Carney Brothers Printing Company, Limited, publishers. FADS IN THE PUBLIC SCHOOLS The Times- Democrat says: Th< Northern press is engaged just now it x determined effort to weed out "th4 lads" which have fastened themselves on the publis chools in that section That there should be fads in educatior as well as in fashions, literature, etc. is not surprising; but as the schools Ire under the control of the people except perhaps in Louisiana-and are paid for by the taxpayers, they are not likely to last .long when exposed. The movement against "public school fads" has been given great impetus by the attack in the New York Legislature on...

Publication Title: Caucasian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Caucasian. — 26 March 1905

SMART GOWN TRIMMINGS. " mtmte .gbroederWr Iset With Ori0 - tal lace I. Mo.sh. Some of the smart dress trimmings are made of braid put together in a wide loose mesh drawn together at in tervals and a round motif of soutache braid set at the divisions. There is a French novelty trimming that is very handsome. It has bits of batiste embroidery inset in the midst of oriental patterns. Turnovers are as popular as ever and come in a great variety of styles. TAILORED SUMMER BLOUSE. Colored and embroidered laces are used, and the delicate hand worked ones are marvels of beauty. The modish skirt will be trimmed merely at or near the bottom. Flat disk trimmings made by sewing tiny braid together in snail fashion are seen upon a number of the wool gowns. Some of the new linen frocks have lace or heavy embroidery inset in long tapering points, with the points reach ing up the skirt. A dainty blouse of lace is crossed all over with a latticework of pale blue silk and has a little frilled fichu o...

Publication Title: Caucasian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Caucasian. — 26 March 1905

People\_ Talked Abo' it C H IlL :S E. TOWNSEND of .lic':i:.i; awoke to find him self famous by reason of his iname being attached to the mnost ilnp3rt:nt bill passed by the house of representatives in the Fifty eighth congress. The Townsend-Esch bill for regulating railroad freight rates did not become a law because the United States senate balked at it, but it was the most discussed piece of proposed legislhtion that came up dur ing the congressional session just clos ed. Mr. Townsena was serving his first term in the house, but he was placed upon the Important commit tee on Interstate and foreign com merce, and when the railroad rate qlucstioIl (carl. up framed a bill on the subject. This was (.ofli:led with CIIARLES E. TGW\\ SEND. a bill framed by a member from Wis consin, Mr. Each, and the resulting measure was repo;rted to the house and passed by the extraordinarily large vote of 326 to 17 . Mr. Townsend was re-elected to the Fifty-ninth eongre1.s. lie is fo:rty-eight. years of...

Publication Title: Caucasian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Caucasian. — 26 March 1905

SHERIFF'S SALE. go. :9444-In f1irst Judicial Districi Court of Caldo Parish; La): H. A. Winter Co. Ltd. vs. Wesley Irving. By virtue of a writ of fieri facias, to me issued in the above entitled and num bered suit, by the Honorable First Judi cial District Court of Caddo Parish, La., I have seized and will offer for sale, at public auction, for cash, according to law, with benefit of appraisement, at the premises occupied by the defendant in Ward Six of Caddo Parish. La., during the legal hours for sales, on SATURDAY, APRIL 1, 19o5. F two bales of cotton, two thousand *. pounds of cotton seed, more or less, and thirty-five bushels of corn, more or less. The said property seized as belonging to the defendant and to be sold to satisfy the debt specified in the said writ, in the sum of sixty-eight dollars and sixty eight cents, with legal interest from De cember 31, 1904, and all costs of the suit. S. J. WARD, Sheriff of Caddo Parish, La. Caucasian, March 19, 19go5. Savings Deposits. M...

Publication Title: Caucasian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Caucasian. — 26 March 1905

THE CAUCASIAN. SUNDAY. MARCH a6, 9go5. LOUISIANA STATE GOOD ROADS ASSOCIATION. The Louisiana State Good Roads As sociation will hold its next meeting in Baton Rouge. La.. April 27. 1905. This meeting will be followed by the South ern Interstate Convention of the Na tional Good Roads Association, which will he held in the same city, April 28 and 29. Several governors of Southern Sta:cs rc.:d other di:stiang:ished men will be pre-ent. William Jennings Bryan v:ill in all probability address the con vention. Hon. ames Wilson, Secretary of United States Department of Agri culture, and Hon. Martin Dodge. di rector of public road inquiries, will also be present anl address the convention. A MYSTERIOUS SHOT. Friday night an old gentleman. Mr. J. Anderson. of 202 Market street, was struck in the chest by a stray bullet from a pistol. ,;while he was standing in front c tint erwich Hotel. Several theories have been advanced. but the culprit has not been optlrehended. MIr. Anderson was slightly...

Publication Title: Caucasian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Caucasian. — 26 March 1905
Publication Title: Caucasian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Caucasian. — 28 March 1905

THE CAUCASIAN. VOL. Xvi SHREVF.PORT, LA., 'TUESDAY, MARCH 28, 190o5. NUlBER 33 We have just Received a good line of .... Planet Jr, Farm and Garden Tools, Starretts Tools Lawn Mowers and Hose. Now is the time to Buy '-PRICES .-.:'. - RI WIT H. N. & W. E. CARLTON HARDWARE DEALERS. 202 Texas Street. Cb (heapest Furniture House in Shreeport. A MONEY SAVER to all who would invest in desirable, - durable FURNITURE in the latest and most approved styel DINING ROOM, BED ROOM, PARLOR SETS IN ALL VARIETIES. Everything in the FURNITURE LINE AT ROCOK BOT TOM PRICES. leare Building. J. A. ST EPH ENSON. F. MARTEL & SON SHREVEPORT, - - - - LOUISIANA i11 Texas Street. Both Phones €55. Have Just Received a Shipment of ,. Corrugated Galvanized Roofing Iron iave also a full line of White Mountain Refrigerators and: Ice Chests, Gasoline and Coal Oil Cooking Stoves. Water Coolers, Filters, Ice Cream Freezers of All Sizes S8ook0 With Gas. -- and heapest ay Bd ad Cheapesl Way. Minit" old Fountaln...

Publication Title: Caucasian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Caucasian. — 28 March 1905

THECAUCASIAN. TRI-WEZKLY. TUESDAY, MARCH 28, 19o5. d ucape d class matter February , at-the postoffice at Shreve .---.L W-nder the Act of Con arc , 1879. Subscription Price $2.oo a year. Published three times a week, on Sun day morning, Tuesday and Thurs day ak~mtoon, at the Simon Build utg. Shreveport, La., by The Cau sian & Carney Brothers Printing y, Limitei, publishers. IiNG A WILLING HORSE. nys.4ditorial the caption of which Willing Horse," The Peo "The people of Louisiana are facing J]st such a situation, and they are ab solbutly defenseless under existing con ,tJl6ss. "'TheiGovernor appoints the tax .aspor.;, They are accountable to him only, and he can remove them at his aspre. No local authority electel by t~~eople and representing them has te wer to direct the assessor to re due or increase an assessment that hee bas isade. He is the sole apraiser of ivaluatlios. Recently, the assessors re l..ueret. instructions from the Gov g r, who made public announcement ,aIssse kl...

Publication Title: Caucasian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Caucasian. — 28 March 1905

HENR1 IROSE M. MANTI[LE H fIG. (0. LTD. THE OLD RELIABLE SEED HOUSE OF SHREVEPORT. Have now ready for shipment Garden and Field Seed, such as POTATOES, ONION SETTS, CORN, GRASS, CLOVER, PEAS, BEANS. GARDEN SEEDS. ALL ORDERS IN THIS LINE RESPECTFULLY SOLICITED. Henry Rose Mercantile & Mfg. Co. Ltd. 517-521 Spring Street. S. . DREYFUSS & CO. Wholesale Dealers in Dry Goods, Boots, Shoes and Hats. CORNER SPRING AND CROCKETT STREETS. PROMPT ATTENTION GIVEN TO COUNTRY ORDERS. Gardeners and Truck Farmers. TAKE NOTICE! We have received our New Crop T. & W. Irand Challenge Field and Garden Seeds from Nrthern and Eastern Seed Farms. This seed possesses strong germinating powers, prodtuces vigorous plants, which insures an abundant harvest and means more money in your pockets if you buy this seed. Write for Catalogue and ask for special prices on Seed Corn, Oats, Rye, Barley Wheat, MA ber and,Orange Cane Seed, Alfalfa, Clover, Millet and Seed Potatoes, or uad us your order. WE GUAR...

Publication Title: Caucasian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Caucasian. — 28 March 1905

THE CAUCASIAN. TUESDAY, MARCH 28, 19go. 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. WFLMAN HEADQUARTERS For paints, wall paper and glass; for painting, paper-hanging and signs. All orders given prompt attention. NOTICE TO CREDITORS. Notice to the creditors of the Succes sion of William Dolan, deceased, is hereby-given that they may make them selves .known, and present an account of-their respective claims to me. LOUIS BERGMAN, Administrator. RIVER AND WEATHER This morning opened cloudy and threatening. -#iver: Arthur City 9.o, a rise of o.3; fulton 130o, a fall of t.7; Spring Bank 1t.X, a fall -of 1.3; Shreveport 14.6, a fall of 0.7. Weather forecast for Shreveport and ic1ty: Scattered showers and colder t._oht; Wednesday rain and colder. Rid river forecast: Fall will probably atiaue- at Fulton and Shreveport dur Sthe next forty-eight hours. . ELD UP AND ...

Publication Title: Caucasian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Caucasian. — 30 March 1905

THE CAUtCASIAN. VOL. XVI SHREVEPORT, LA., THURSDAY, MARCH 3o, 1905. We have just Received a good line of . . . Planet Jr. Farm and Garden Tools, Slarrelts Tools Lawn Mowers and Hose, Now is the time to Buy . RIGHT ti :H. N. & W. E. CARLTON t HARDWARE DEALERS. 202 Texas Street. p; St 1he i he( pest Furniture Bouse in Sbreveport. A MONEY SAVER to all who would invest in desirable, tr durable FURNITURE in the latest and most approved t1 styel DINING ROOM, BED ROOM, PARLOR SETS IN ALL VARIETIES. 'I Everything in the FURNITURE LINE AT ROOK BOT- st TOM PRICES. arue Buelding. J. A. STEPHENSON.h 7 a! F. MARTEL & SON - I SHREVEPORT, - - - - LOUISIANA 211 Texas Street. Both Phones 555. T Have Just Received a Shipment of Corrugated -Galvanized Roofing Iron Have also a lull line of White Mountain Refrigerators C and Ice Chests, (asoline and Coal Oil Cooking Stoves. Water Coolers, Filters, Ice Cream Freezers of All Sizes : THE - Sand Cheapest Way. OOTION inMArET. Of ice of The Caucasian....

Publication Title: Caucasian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Caucasian. — 30 March 1905

'rHE CAUCASIAN. TI-WEEKLY. THURSDAY, MARCH 30, 1905. $n* reds second class matter February 14 ~4 at.the postoffice at Shreve p L La., under the Act of Con 4 g -s of Marchi31, 1879. Subscription Price $2.oo a year. Published three times a week, on Sun day morning, Tuesday and Thurs day afternoon, at the Simon Build ing, Shreveport, La., by The Cau Sfeapiam & Carney Brothers Printing *" f GC'uny, Limited, publishers. f ? . . MILDRED CURTIS LEE. Miss Mildred Curtis Lee is dead. The daughter of the greatest commander, who was in himself the Confederacy dring the last two years of the historic ' uitggle, is with her father, General R.*.t- E. Lee, by whom she was idol ited while he lived. And no greater love ~ould daughter have for her father than 4that of Mildred Lee, who was on a visit to friends in New Orleans, recuperating from illness incurred in Virginia. There was no premonition of her sudden disso lutifo, and she and her friends believed S;` ea-t1h would be recovered in a few ...

Publication Title: Caucasian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Caucasian. — 30 March 1905

I[NR UO)S IMEL LAIIL 8 I[IM l. LU. tL .' THE OLD RELIABLE SEED HOUSE OF SHREVEPORT. D Have now ready for shipment Garden and Field Seed, such as POTATOES, ONION SETTS, CORN, GRASS, a CLOVER, PEAS, BEANS. GARDEN SEEDS. ALL ORDERS IN THIS LINE RESPECTFULLY SOLICITED. Henry Rose Mercantile & Mfg. Co. Ltd. a is 517-521 Spring Street. w S. 0. DREYFUSS & CO. Wholesale Dealers in ge Dry Goods, Boots, Shoes and Hats. n H; CORNER SPRING AND CROCKETT STREETS. GH se' PROMPT ATTENTION GIVEN TO COUNTRY ORDERS. rig Gardeners and Truck Farmers. b NI TAKE NOTICE! an We have received our New Crop T. & W. Brand Challenge Field and Garden Seeds from Nrihern and Eastern Seed Fa: ns. This seed possesses strong germinating powers, produces vigorous plants, which insures an abundant harvest 1i1 and means more money in your pocleets if you buy this seed. Write for ap Catalogue and ask for special prices on Seel Corn, Oats, Rye, Barley Wheat, er Amber and Orange Cane Seed, Alfalfa, Clover, Mille...

Publication Title: Caucasian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Caucasian. — 30 March 1905

THE CAUCASIAN. THURSDAY, MARCH 3o, 9go5. 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. WELLMAN HEADQUARTERS For paints, wall paper and glass; for painting, paper-hanging and signs. All orders given prompt attention. SOME DIFFERENCE It Is Safer for a Man Friendless and Moneyless to Go Through the Needle's Eye Than Escape Public Road Sentence. ' de:-4 nger rushes to the Union De *p : "; is the P. D. Q. train?" he 1bea ssley '.nqu ies. "Gone ten min- I -tes," was the"' ly: "That beats h- l!' idisclined the left npassenger. He was l Iqueediately pounced -upon and rushed I to jail for using cuss words in a public s Splpe. . A white man goes to the depot in time . . his train. He is held up and relieved o::.I his $5oo roll at the door of the depot. 'IiWc ! was shouted. They were outside I aiaing for cuss words from another fel- I ei and were too busy to bother wit...

Publication Title: Caucasian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Caucasian. — 2 April 1905

VOL. XVI HE ACAIA IA.U 36 VOL. XVI SHREVEPORT, LA.. SUN DAY, APRIL 2, 19o5. NU1IBER 36 We have just Received a good line of... Planet Jr. Farm and Garden Tools, Starreltts Tools Lawn Mowers and Hose. Now is the time to Buy PRICES RIGHT Ii. N. & W. E. CARLTON HARDWARE DEALERS. 202 Texas Street. Ihe eapest urniture House in Shreveport. A MONEY SAVER to all who would invest in desirable, durable FURNITURE in the latest and most approved styel .PINING ROOM, BED ROOM, PARLOR SETS IN ALL VARIETIES. Everything in the FURNITURE LINE AT ROCK BOT TOM PRICES. amte Bnilding. J. A. STEPHENSON. Printing... If you want good printing-commercial po:nting of value, we are ready to fill your order. The kind of printing we do is good printing. The firm or man who wants good printing should bear in mind that abe kind of printing we do is always good-the cheapest kind after all. The Cancasian & Carney Bros. Printing Co. Lk With Gas. s nd C-THEWay. Cs and C hea st Way. SUCCESSION NOTICE. ~ 943p--F...

Publication Title: Caucasian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Caucasian. — 2 April 1905

Folk Who Are In the Limelight Of Publicity HE battle of Mukden has added new laurels to those already won by that great Japanese sol dier, Baron Gentaro Kodama, lieutenant general and Marquis Oya ma's chief of staff. The battles won in Manchuria were but the execution of his plans. He began scheming out the Manchurian campaign almost ten years ago, soon after the Chino-Japanese war. Time and again his assistant, Major General Fukushima, who has ridden all over Manchuria on horse back, has drawn charts for him show ing every mountain and road, every stream and town and hamlet, and it is said that Kodama laid out the main features of the plan of battle against the Russians about three years ago while assistant min ister of war. He has since been min ister of war and at the outbreak of hos tilities was assist GENERAL KODAMA. ant chief of the general staff. Under his direction the Japanese othicers and military students who attended the school of the general staff at Tokyo played the ga...

Publication Title: Caucasian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Caucasian. — 2 April 1905

Champ Letter [Special Washington Letter.] M R. GARFIELD'S report on the beef trust is another illustra tion of the old saying, "All is not gold that glistens." At frst it was hailed as a thing of beauty and a joy forever. At least one enthu siast nominated him for president on the strength of it, but if anybody is really happy over it now it is the beef trust--poor thing!-which, according to Mr. Garfield, makes only 99 cents per bead on cattle slaughtered! Soon lynx eyed folks began to pick that report to pieces. The Kansas legislature, which appears to be an unusually candid • body of men, with the courage of their convictions, passed resolutions de nouncing the report and advising Colo nel Roosevelt to fling it into the fire. Representative Martin of Dakota, who fathered the resolution of inquiry and who hoped to lift himself into the sen ate thereby, has dissected the report in a most merciless.and irreverent man ner. And there are others. Among them is J. E. Minor of Nebraska, w...

Publication Title: Caucasian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Caucasian. — 2 April 1905

HE CAU.CASIAN. TRI-WEEKLY. SUNDAY. APR!L 2. 5. Er ered as second class matter February II, 19o4, at the postotfice at Shreve port. La., under the Act of Con gr1e of March 31, 1879. Su .ýscrip'tion Price $2.00 a year. lth'Nishcd three times a week, on Sun day morning. Tuesday and Thurs day afternoon, at the Simor Build ing, Shreveport, La., by The Cau casian & Carney Brothers Printing Company, Limited, publishers. ROCKEFELLER'S MONEY. Mr. Rockefeller has just given one hundred thousand dollars to the Con grcgaticn l board of nmi-:zions. Nov. if the board will use the money in an ef fort to show Mr. Rockefeller that, as a Trust magnate. he is guilty of more wrt :zg-, ; i, g to lhi fei ,ows than any oth er heathen known to the public, the .lo nation will ic well spent.-The Com moner. Money. as a cloak. may cover a mul titude of deformities. Rockefeiler is not the kind of a model to whom a man, standing for the highest principles of integrity and of humanity would point, as an examp...

Publication Title: Caucasian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Caucasian. — 2 April 1905

SNotable Wom en A Nonagenarian Younger Than Many Women of Sixty The tenenrc--_ of clvil!ze1 people to y is to live longer than their anves did and at the same time preserve their powers in full vigor. A remark able example of this is Mrs. Lemuel Bangs, president of the Methodist Epis copal Church Home For Aged Women in New York city. Mrs. Bangs is now well into the ninety-second year of her age, yet many a woman of sixty is far more decrepit and, so far .as all the real activities of life go, is generations older than she. This wonderful nonagenarian does all the marketing and catering for her family, beause she likes to be certain MRS. LEMUEL BANGS. they are well fed and cared for. She keeps abreast of current events and literature and delights in reading aloud to others. Whenever a picnic or party of any kind is on Mrs. Bangs is count ed in as much as the youngest member of the family. Perhaps the main thing 'that keeps Mrs. Bangs alive and young is the fact that she is and has al...

Publication Title: Caucasian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Caucasian. — 2 April 1905

MISS MILDRED LEE DAUGHTER OF GREAT CHIEF TIAN OF. THE SOUTH. STRICKEN WITH APOPLEX' Was in New Orleani Recuperating an. Died at the J,,hn-tin Home-- A Bril d liant and Beautiful Woman and II n,,red in .Many Lands. Picayune. Tuesday, March 28: Mildret Lee, youngest daughter of the great Cun federate chieftian, General Robert E Lee, died suddenly yesterday at the resi dence of Mrs. William Preston John ston, the immediate cause being apo plexy. Throughout the South the news of the death of the daughter of the peerless leader will be read with sentiments ol deepest emotion; long lost memories wil be recalled, the hearts of the veteran' will be bowed down as the great days oi '61-'65 loom up, and in the death of Mil dred Lee they see another of the beau tiful and noble links that bound them to the sacred past broken, anti know that soon all that was greatest and holiest in that memorable chapter of the nation ' life must be consigned to the hands ot Southern historians to preserve pure ...

Publication Title: Caucasian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
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