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THE OMAHA SUNDAY BEE: FEBRUARY 11, 1912.
Civilizing Wild Tribes in the Philippines
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II-KnI ilndB and nhowii what w Today th Bairobu re farming In I I . V. I f ' VV '-N '
jpla Ilk Umm picture asd tbay an do-In-
I The tribal line are fast dlaajuMarliic
amons the a-ast of the north. In the
mountain prorlno there now czlata T3
milts of rood trails, rare ere MR run
from th coast to C erven tos, and la A
short time ther will reach Bontoc, th
capital In Ifucao there are MOW nan
who each did ten days work on th road
last year. The oM traits have been wi
dened and improved, and tt la expected
that an mllea of new roads will have
teen completed durln- thla fiscal year.
This road work la color on In atlndore
Tae Aaaerleane Vereae tke Flllla.
In cloatnc I would ear that the wild,
men are arrald of th Fll ptno and that
there la a mutual dlstniet between th
two classes. Th Filipino despised th
wild man on account of his Irnoranc.
and fears him for the venseanc he ha
shown In the past. A war of prejudice
and hatred has risen up between him and
th sml-ava(. nd It Is said that he
has taunted th latter with th statement
(CopyrU'lit. 11-. I Vrank Q. Carpenter.) only to th kiicrs. ane Uie : ri wore
.VSU1NGTON, D. C Have en- strings of bells about lh 1. at ti c uuiie
titled thla letter "Unci Sam, place that th American k : r 1 ncara her
rtiUlaer." It deals with thxti!r.
wild tlibrs of the Philippine I Ther Rata Hemp for Kiport.
Today th Bairoba!t tire farming In
earn est. Major G!lslteurr says they are
now brinmnr In sotnetliln ItKe 1 jO.ooo
pounds of hemp a month anl that his
whole district exports ten turn' that
Many of th other tribes bring In KiimH
and wax, and not a few of the wild mm
ar laboring on the plantations uwnfd
by th ChrUtlanr.
Th greater part of 5fln!anao i. ilil,
and some of the people far In the Intorlor
are so savage that very little has been
don with them. Trior are fifteen dif
ferent tribe near Davao, acme of whom
still live la tree, making their norms In
th' branches forty or fifty feet above
the ground. Thee people are much afraid
Islands and shown what ws
have done with them after
thirteen years of civil and military rule.
Th work so far has been that of our
government, but the Plllplnoa would like
to have a hand In It. Borne of them am
now attempting to mak It a political
Issue and to have these savages ruled
by th active aasembiy at Manila. Hut
Unci Pern know batter. He questions
whthr th Filipinos ar able to vn
govern themselves, and th civilisation
of th wild men wlil be continued by
th national government
As It ta now, fully one-eighth of th
population of the Philippine Is seml-aav-aga.
Th people have been counted by
our census enumerators and we find somv
thing like 700.000 who rank from th lowest
tag of barbarism, as shown by the
Negrito pigmies, up to th Igorrotes and
Ifugaog of northern Luson, who hav
irrigated rlc field, villages with public
buildings and other things shoving a
considerable degree of civilisation. W
hav also sOO.OM Mora, who ar a sort
of degraded Mohammedana, and of whom
I shall writ later on.
Let u first tak th) wild men outside
th Moroa They ar scattered all over
the Islands; they Infest the mountainous
districts, an! vast treats of oum
devoted entirely to them.. 8om of them
an head hunters, many hav been slaves
and not a few an as aavag as th poor
est and meanest negri of the wilds of the
I aaw a great many of these people dur
ing my stay In the Philippines. The little
black pigmies peeped out from behind rocks
at me as I rede through the mountains,
and away down In southwestern Min
danao I had a chance to buy a black
Slav girl for Hi. She was an Aeta, 11
yean old, and she only reached to my
shoulder. She was half naked, and I
could see that she waa as plump as a
partridge, notwithstanding her sis.
Avoag ke Baa-onaa. -
In that asm region I was shown men
belonging to tribe where on could not
marry until h had killed a human being.
These were the Bagobas. and associated
with (hem wen the Oulnga. a class of
spoclsl murderers appointed by the chiefs.
Thy had th right to wear th turban
wbioh looked for all the world like a
red bandana handkerchief. The turban
was a license to kill, and on of the
wearers told me he had twenty heads to
The Sagoba file their teeth and
blacken them. They an polygamlsta, and
formerly held human sacrifices on the
slopea of Mount Apo, ths great volcano
not far from Davao. I waa told that
they prayed to th mountains, and their
exact methods of sacrificing humans to
it waa ebown. They wen very revenge
ful, and carried on a vendetta from
generation to generation, lancing or
spearing their enemies on eight.
I have Just gotten a report from thst
part of the Philippine. It la from Major
Henry Gllaheuser, the governor of the
Davao district. Be says that ths Ba
gobas have stopped murdering their fel
lows, and an taking to farming. Many
of them have been brought together la
villages, when they have schools with
regular teachers. la other places th
wild boys an taught by th scouts and
the polio. Is th town of Davao. which
waa practically wild at the time I vu.
tted the Islands, then Is an agricultural
and Industrial school, attended by the
boys of ths surrounding tribe. Military
drill Is given and th boy, an taught
Wlien we took possession soma of th
Eagobas hsd little farms and they raised
htnj for their own us. They ton the
fibers apart and wove their clothes trcm
them. I saw hundreds of men and women
who wen dressed In grass Jacketa and
psnts. The pants of both sexes reached
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that th American government is to be
only temporary snd that in time ail the
tribe wlil be ruled by him. This th wild
man tears and he baa come to the Ameri
can again and again and begged him to
stay and contlnne to give him his right
la th courts and th other great advan
tages which he now has.
FRANK a CARPENTER.
The Wandering Willie
plentiful - Inward repairs at a a-eneroua
farm bouse ha-f a mile down tne roo
and when be eame to th next he migT.
kave pl on, but he waa In still fur
ther need, snd he knocked at th kitchen
door. A kind woman responded to hi
knock. He waa such a rexged specimen
mat her heart was moved beion he
t hy, vou poor man!" she exclaimed.
"Come Into the houee! W haven't got
much just now, but you can have nougb
to keep body and soul tngether."
''Taln't that ao much, lady," he re
plied, sticking out a foot In a dilapidated
shoe, "as It Is something to keep upper
and sole together."
He laurhed at hts Joke, hut th woman
dtd not. Women hav no en of humor,
ah slammed th door In his far. Judge.
What's the Matter
With Your Baby?
Th yoi:n; mother snd many an old for a child.
one, too is nnen pussie to know tne
cause of her child s III nature. The
loudness of its crying does not necSe
sarliv indicate the seriousness of Its
trouble. It may hav nothing more the
matter with It than a headaohe or a feel
ing of general , dullness. . It cannot, of
course, describe Its feelings, but as a
prellnUnary measun you an ssfs In try
ing a mild laxatlv.
Kin times out of ten. you will find tt
Is all th child need, tor it ntiane
snd pevlahness r perhaps due te ob
structlon of the bowels, and once that
haa been remedied the headache, the
sluggishness snd ths many other evi
dences of constipation and Indigestion will
Don't ghe tl.e little one salts, cathar
tic plllj or nasty waters, for these will
act aa purirat:ves. and they an too strong
In. the families of Mr. J.
E. Harmon, so star Ave.. Burlington.
Iowa, and Hit K. Morse, Council ttmrta,
Iowa, Uie only laxative given Is Dr. raid
well's Syrup pepsin. It has bean found
to answer most perfectly all the pur
poses of a laxative, and Its very mildness
and freedom from gilplng recommend It
especially for the use of children, women
and old folks generally people who need
a gentle bowel stlmuiant Taoueands of
American families have bean anthusiastlr
shout It for more than a quarter of a
Anyone wishing to make a trial of this
remedy before buying It In the regular
way of a druggist at fifty cents or one
dollar a large bottle i family siae) oan
have a sample bottle sent to the home
free of charge by simply addressing Ir.
I. ex Washington at..
Montlcello. 111. Your nam and address
o. 111. '
on a postal card-will do.
of the foreigners, but they are gradually cl,d ,n n'hing more than a gjastrlng It to his fellows. He thereupon thrust
beginning to have confidence In the new wu" pounuing on sons in ninuir.
eondnions snd t in, ihsf h.u .in I "Nit are the Jaws of the human
Thig Institution to the only on
In the central west with eeparat
buildings situated In tneir own
ample grounds, -'yet entirely
distinct and rendering it possible
to classify cases. The one building
being fir.ed for and devoted to tee
treatment of noncontagious and
EOiimemal diseases, no others be
ing admitted. Tte ohsr Kest
Coitage te.ng designed for and
devoted to the exclusive treatment
of select mental cases, requinus
(or a tlua watchful care and fe
net be robbed or murdered.
The government has been opening up
tnlls all over Mindanao. It Is making
roads and clearing out the riven and
streams, so that the wild people can go
from place to place In their oanoew.
Then an mounted police almost evens.
beings they have probably killed. The
teeth In the )aws are plainly visible.
There are seme of these head hunters
today, but the American governors of
the tribes write that the custom Ha been
almost wiped out. During 1911 there wen
no heada token by the Ifugaos, and
wh.re. and life and property ar now 'V mon h Irrot Kalmgas.
comparatively safe. In some places th
Lieutenant Governor Hal waa warned
wild men at used to pollr. their own ,hM "M1h" h" h'l vlsltsd
country. Human sacrifices an being dons
away with, and this Is also true of the
animal sacrifices. .Down at Davao roads
and bridges have been made throughout
the whole district Then Is a wtnlsss
telegraph station there and telephone
will soon be put In.
Work Aasonsj the Negritos.
Before I speak of the work which has
been done .In Luson and other large
Islands when then are seml-civtlised
tribes I want to tell you above the Ne
gritos. These little people an about ths
lowest and most barbarous of our Philip
They an the aborigines, and an much
ilk th pigmies of the Andaman Islands
and th Bttle dwarfs which Inhabit th
wilds of th Kongo, They ar about th
smallest of mankind. I hav mat full
grown women who could walk under my
arm and have seen old men who did not
reach up to my shoulder. The officials
of the census measured nine full-grown
men and the average height was four
feet eight Inches.
These people an as brack aa your hat,
and their hair Is a woolly as that of
the little men of the Kongo. They hav
wid nostrils, thick lips and flat noses.
Their teeth an black, made so by chaw
ing th betel.
The Negrito an scattered all over th
islands. They hav no language exoept
that of the people about them. They
hav no tribal relations to speak of, and
It Is hard to get hold of them except In
Isolated cases. Th government has en
ticed some into th schools, but they an
usually timid and will run from th
stranger. I saw some of them In the
Zamhsles mountains while General Fred
Grant was In charge of that region. They
wen almost naked, and their houses were
bark shelters or holes In the ground.
The most of their riving came from hunt
ing and' fishing, and they were expert
trappers of gam. They us bow and
arrows and tip their arrows with poison.
As to th future of the pigmies, th
government does not expect much. The
Negrito I not numerous enough ts be
an Important quantity, and th probabil
ity I that h will be swallowed up by th
other tribe and the Filipinos and will
Maasyaas asM Tasssssei,
Another low tribe la the Mangy an and
another is the Tagubano. These peoples
are mixed with th Negrito, but they
are a little more advanced In civilisation.
The government la now Investigating
them. Then are many of them In Pala
wan and Mlndoro, when they live In
the woods, engaged In hunting and fish
ing. They hav little patches of farms.
W have American governors la Pala
wan and Mlndoro who are now organis
ing these tribes and beginning the work
of clvlUxlng them. I am told that they
have an alphabet and that It will be
posalbi to get many of them Into the
school. In the past they have sent
messagea to one anouier on pieces of
Oar Bead Heaters la IwlS.
But I want to tell you what baa been
done among th bead hunters. When we
took hold of the Islands we had tens of
thousands of savage who made a regu
lar custom of killing human beings that 1
ther might cut off their heada and keep
them aa tropniea. This custom waa not
.nee, ui " uuu , wor,,, MrUM ,,. , of
to the wild tne of the northern part otwhJcn m mntoltea , .u and
Luxon. Our government officials have human At ,hty wm mui h
tsken photographs of the victims, hav- irrmld of the Americans and looked upon
ing- found them shortly after the heads ; them as magicians. One time a party, of
had been cut off. f have seen on of a ', hem came to Manila and Dean Wor
man tied to bis shield with his bluody I cester gave each of them a piece of Ic.
n- hanging down. and told them, that In America water
They have also photographs of houses ' occamo like that In a inter. The men
ornamented with human beads, and I j handled the ice and one raid he was
one of the Kallnga settlements. He went.
nevertheless. His head Is still on.
Ia tae ataaatala Previa. '
It I right In this region of bead huntsrs
and others that the government has now
organised what is known aa th mountain
province of northern Luson. That coun
try Is as big as Massachusetts and Con
necticut combined, and It Is Inhabited by
wild or seml-ctvllu-ed peoples. It has,
altogether, about (00,000, many of whom
have been head hunter, and practically
all of whom are th descendants of head
The province has a governor, who lives
at th capital.- which Is Bontoc' and It
has seven lieutenant governors, one over
each of th subprcninces Into whloh th
mountain province has bean divided.
In this region then are flvs great
tribes, all of which live In villages and
hav more or less civilisation. Many. of
them hav been Mml-otvtllsed In th peat,
only th wilder ones being bead huntsrs.
Tak th Tlngyans. of whom there ar
perhaps 100,000. They ar farmers living
In villages. They have a religion of their
own, one part of which la a belief In
spirits who are always hovering around
them and affecting every aot of their
lives. The Tlngyana sacrifice pigs and
chickens to these spirits.
Another big tribe Is the Kallnga, who
In the past hav been famou as head
hunters. They have axes made for chop
ping off the head at a Mow, end ablet da
for defense.- Some. of them live In the
trees, and they an expert raftsmen and
make theii war to and fro aa far as
possible by water.
Head hunting has been a religious busi
ness with the Kaltngas, one of the cere
monies being the taking out of th bmlns
and eating them. Th chiefs of these
head hunters an now co-operating with
the American lieutenant governor. They
have settled In villages and are beginning
The Ifagaee ssi Their Blew Fields.
Every on In th United Stat has
heard of the Igorrotes, some of whom
were seen at the St. Lotus exposition.
They ban a number of tribes In northern
Luxon. and, notwithstanding their head
bunting, hav had a high degree of civili
sation. They have farms and grow, coffee
and rice and raise stock. From , reports
which have recently come from Dt
Merlon Miller and other ethnologists of
ths bureau of science at Manila I lcerjn
that these people are rapidly Imp roving.
They are beginning to send their children
to school, and hundreds of little fgorror
boys, clad In nothing but a cap. Jacket
and a string around the waist, may be
seen trudging along with books In their
It Into bis waistband. Vary quickly
thereafter he was seen to sneak It ou
again, and look anxiously down at lilt
now moistened olothlng. ,
Hew Isere'lia Werki..
In' all of the region, known aa the
mountain preserve, head hunting hai
been practlrally suppressed. Hundred!
of miles of new roads and trails hav
been built, and govarnment tohani
hav been established to supply the ic
pi with good roads at reasonable price
Unci Bam la also trying to route
market tor th products of these peep!
He he brought paao ts them, and
Introducing various Industrie. Some i
th Igorrotes and other tribes weav.
Something out ot the ordinary sosse-
to every woaiao and man, too. 1 be a(s
opportunity ever onered te Item without
cent ot oost ust how to acquire snd
retsia healthy scalp, cultivate luxuriant
growth ot heir, end restore faded or (ray
hair to Its natural rioh color.
These great leeurss, I oar la assieer eon tela last
she laforvsatto every wessea wanM and a wemas
slieutd be Wlthenf swtesseenr lAeesslssml kmr.
Insist. slur-ls. Baasmeodabl lentves they u-
sO smables.se thst sfier resdlnssbsa ye will knew
Vlf taetesaeu? whslU vroaf wliissur sMIpsnd heir.
,T sad sew le srsst Meet. A iso sow to sweerat scalp
Irrllatlaas. ana avoid shs Senear ar ertav snd
errscaly hair. Ransseatsly piloted la peavpaM
f tear lee-
el We will seed re isle sears
Asms absolutely free, whes astlleauia la au1 e
the Sosteard sseleiM la svary seeks ef Q haa
I 1 Hair Tsele esdW ban Hair Hesterar. or It front
I 1 prot'eereoa!aleh bsitls la peeked It enelosed
1 1 la year letter. Adarats HMMlTlLUS l)Rl.'U
ICO Mescals, Tens. , . , . i'
II 7w ,t,0Tr -'
Th ktan se wseiae Who toast seffett ihwtbsr
raassseatof avatArstraBked aalrdoessotrosieKoies
and aot from seesssliy. mr e Bsn Hslr Restovr
wm pnaiavsiy onnf osex siieeritiBai eoiev aaa sort,
Instross eppeisas oi sooth. It Is aot a atlaeral
ays. and its offset It not to simply eolor the stwraal tab of the hair. Is ets dirsetly aaoa I be Istsroal
Ortnataess Con tmnt.
Fat, or even faxtlsh, women reader who
want to be In the mode this year bob
understand that th demand Is for lines,
not curves, and govern themselves sc
cordlngly. This means OFF with the fat It has
become a duty. Many are trying exer
cise or dieting, but It Is certain they win
find these methods too alow, and unde
sirable. The cheapest and safest way te
get In form for the Dlrectoin mode la by
means of Marmot Prescription Tablets.
Any druggist (or the Marraela Co, Us
Farmer Bidg.. Detroit. Mich.) will glv
you a large alxed case of these elegant
little fat reducers, containing a good,
generous aupply, for seventy-fin cents,
nnd even this quantity ahould be enough
to make a decided Impression oa your
excess fst. Many have lest aa much as
a pound a day.
These Marmola Prescription Tablet
msv be used with Impunity end likewise
perfect confidence, for. being made
strictly In accordance with the famoua
Marmola Prescription, they are, of course,
quite harmless. They are rather bene
ficial than otherwise, In fact, never dis
turbing tli stomach or causing a wrlnk
llne: of tiie fleslu '
If you suffer, call or write me a one
and learn ef something you will be irate- i
ful for th rest of your life. J. a. Mo
Bride. University Place. Unrein. Neb.
LABOEgT IT1UMH1P CejMFaJTT (a)
beautiful mats which Command a reau Hik and sUmalstes the siiliii. of eolorlnt matter by the llni blood
price In th market They also do carv btssltitog Bsalisir Ksstersrltpsrsisssst. It Isduroe a aorasl produces and diatruniUoa
unon a l l4latsnAVil iy suu every rsrsi.eiiros an seersaissaset
uin I VUtVW WHAT iCWTw rerora. It reawves all ebstrnetioas la the i
at Man- m bom, ltHsiTelystoBsfalllnfhalrndledtoes
soar awaey vece It it laiis. ask ror Bisnea gasraawe wnoa you ear, rnoe.si.se.
lid Dreveess their
Unf arteries of toe
and proveete !
u, ana tney urine tneir - - -
tod carving, tnapotkS and Metttssrsoiove,wWeoaVeoieeseesjtsisftee, aasrees nsssiegtvis seue oe,, bhssssMSiVsaej
k. .niimi j kMsuaa a atccionaeli atrag O Owl Drug Oo-, Bail Orog Jo,, Beatoa inag tTas
to the exchanges, where j. gc. aekmiat and gahaefsr Oat Price Drug snore.
of the n stars! pirmsnt, and when assd la Mnsertioa with U baa Hair Tosle, It guarantted to restore
rsr Bsir so its onsinsi oouissbi siorv. Maninar am ma eis utiiss.nej.s iunrim uiss sijsws vnsi
Tbeae new roads are bringing the peo- wiUtlllwluiouleo.tif It toils. Atk for signed gaaraa lee wheayoe bay. I1ce.Hleests. . -pie
together. They are trading with one - as . Iseeoslsfood and hslrfertilltor. Remoess Isndroff peeiUv.
a not her, and are In fact entering
new life. They like our government
stores whore the salsa are made
He metres nlus M nee cent end the cost
of transportation, and thsr bring their fOK SALE BY ALL DRUGGISTS
basket work, wood
they ar bought for casta as curios. So
far the exchange hav been operated by
th lleutensnt governor, but It Is be
lieved In time that there will be men st
pointed by the government to study the
local needs and to bring In the goods to
Moving Plctarea for th Savage.
The government Is establishing schools
snd Is doing what It csn to tea ah the
grown-ups. One of Its methods Is by
ths stereoptlcon lecture. The officers
show moving pictures and other Ian tarn
slides by which they teach sanitation,
agriculture and Industries of various
kinds, Ona picture will be a village In a
wild state, and another the same vulaga
cleaned ef dirt One will shew mt
which I shabby and poor, and another
a hut of the sunt sis well made. One
picture will be that ot a head hunter
when he was wild. The next prtetat
him In daaeo'e clothing, and third as
an officer, of the poMce force. The peo-
Aroond the World
, VICTORIA, LUISS
(ls.soe TONS) I ,
The hw'slCruiainf Status afW
win visit Maiolra. Seal a, Ravly,
Earel. Jadta. Ceylea, gusslla
SettUaeewta, jama, PalMpelsisa.
Cwlaa. Japaa, Saad si test letaaasi
Sim Ovsrltat Aasrltsa Tver.
ntLAKD BTOIHSIOWi A ICS
, siDsi TBira.
OFTiOHALi 1 4 B4T tw frf
TOLKS 1 11 S4II f.V uu
Fm (if TtTklFm Sm Fracoxi
NV. liulft.. 17, 1111
Duration 110 Days Each
.10 W. Baaaolph Bt, tTklaagwi
tr local tresis.
PIMPLES began to
ITCH AND BURN
Savagee Woo Are Wertk gflSO.
Th same la true of the Ifugaoe,. an
other agricultural people. The Ifugaos
have rice fields which an faced with
stone walls. The walla an built to hold
back th earth and In some places they
an forty feet high. These terrace rise
up th hill Ilk gigantic tairwsys. run
ning hundreds and sometimes thousands
of feet over the riven when they begin.
In each little terrace rice grows, and the
land Is so valuable that the people an
among the richest semi-savages of the
Their wealth Is said to be about 3 000,-
00 American dollars or Hot per capita.
The Ifugaoe have their own religion
and their own . priests. They think the
Got Thick ind Broke 0 1 Into Little
Sores, .Tried Cuticura Soip and
Ointment. Completely Cured.
Psvespwt, West. "Two yean age t
id skla aitesss ea my tae. At srst tber
an only a few email red pimples and I
did not pay any
attennoa to than,
but el but they IV
so thick and taty
started te Kck and
bun that soeav
times J taoogkt I
saver weald be aba)
to stand a. After
two ssooths ths piav
ekes broio out kite
- Itttl sores. ' Teas sty
attar told ass a try
sad Bos, so I rot ntt a box of OutleUr Otojt
asso! sod s esse sf Ccttrura Soap. After see
weak I saw that la Oertmeat and Seep were
doing set goad ss I oaauaoed te uss them tad
after using tbsas three asocial I found that I -was
oorapletely cured of skin dasssii "lged)
Mm, Wlsuaoi BetcMaerrer, Ospt. n, nil.
BABY'S FACE ALL SCALES
kcasstWsaTsriJ. She CeaU Nat Skep.
in Coffey at, Brooklyn, w. T. -My
bstby'ft race. brk and arms becarae all scales
and la fsaaavg was terribM. 8bs weuld
scratch trots It was beted mg add a sxsss ef
ore. She eould set sleep sad I bad te walk
the door with her night fter meat. I decoded
te try-Cuticura eoap sad Ointment. Altar
uaatf thtai two tseatna aae was cured coat
pwteiy snd sow bar skin a dear." (Bigned)
Mn O. Boehn. Sept. 2. 10 1L
Cuticura Soap and Ointment ar sold
everywhere. Sample of each mailed free,
with 32-p. book- Address. Xutk-ure."
Dept. T. Boston. TesderJaced men should I
J j hav e before m a picture of two men j gu.cg to take his piece home and sbow suave wilb Cuticura Soap 6uaTaj buck, i
III . V w-' I
. i i.i iT
life ot Galveston
13 a source of never-ending delight to lovers of sport.'
You can fill your gome bag without half trying you can b
sure of a day's "catch" of a dozen different kinds of fish in the
waters about Galveston tarpon fishing, the sport of kings, is
at its best here quail and ducks in abundance. t
Best of all, yon can spend every day out la the open under tunny
skies, breathing the pure, fresh salt sea air. Too can tak a plunge la the
surf, yon can gall or drive, motor along- miles of smooth. Gulf roads, play
golf, tennis or enjoy the beach, promenade in a roller chair; Aerwarua,
70a wlli look back to dayi of rare delight spent at Galveston.
For comfort there's the new million-dollar Hotel Oalves. the ore-wi-lng
glory of this delightful city, commodious, inviting, as superbly equipped
as any eastern hotel a place that will add to your personal comfort snd,
enjoyment while In- Galveston. : . ) '
Let i end you a handsome boost is colors deacriptlv ef
Hotel Oelvaa. Address
JOHN F. LETTON, Manager, Hotel Galvez,
;'.'. OALTESTOJT, TEXAS. .
Going: to Galveston?
Ton will get ther in better time snd greater comfort by exing ths
Katy. Trains from yoor city make good connections at Kansas City with
fast limited train splendidly equipped with free re
clining chair cars, Pullman electric-lighted standard and observation sleep
ers. It runs over the Katy all, the way, so there is no danger of missed
connections or tiresome delays.
. For fares, berth reservations or any information ia
regard to ths Journey, nuurese . . ,
W. 8. St. George, Gen. Passenger Agent, M. K. ot T. Ry. . .
WaiBwright Bidg., St. Lonls, Mo.
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