The Houston Daily Post (Houston, Tex.), Vol. 14, No. 251, Ed. 1, Friday, December 9, 1898 Page: 6 of 12
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I .Woidlxs?ombtcd at 10 o'clock
rf H ' Nfire read Mid WproYd; '
ph rmUowin aauillonoi repon ip
.. rflmmittea oa 'credcntMla was read: Past
$) 1 grand master T. D. Cochran. Represent-
atlvo or suter juriMuouuu w
'Bpraen)ttivs ot lodfcoa: Biasle Pass 420
?' W. J. TVeWK J. W.; Mottwt Hiram 685
A'.sC. 'Kwnes. Utoxyi Jeweit 427. F. M
BVM proxy; Commerce 439 E. W. Faust
The Twenty-third Masonic district was
by resolution changed ro as to hereafter
donstst ot Tarrant comc'iy and a new dis-
trict to consist ot Johnson county.
A petition tor n charter for a new lodge
ait Pino Mills was grantoa.
A potluon to remove Allen Fann lodgo
from Alien Parm to Mlillcau anil to
change tho narao ot tho Mge trom Allen
Farm lodgo do Mtlllcnn lodge was granted.
A petition tor a chartor tor a wow lodgu
al Matador Mbtley county was grantod
A petition for a chartor for a now lodge
al Fu.lrvu.ew under tho icnmo und number
of Joptha Wifeo No. 403 -was granted.
Tho Qrairal Lodgo was opened at 7:30
with officers and loUgcs. preaoat as at
Tho committee on credentials made addi-
Commlttco on grievances and appeals
niadu loport on appeal from Gray lodgo
No. filO which recommended that action ot
tho lodgo be reversed ami tho causa illn-
tnliucd. Conimltteo on pctlUons No. 1 mndo re-
port on appeal from Don to lodgo No. 076
which appeal wui attlrmcd.
Alfo locomtuerded that a chartor bu ro-
stored to Post Oulc lodge No. Rlfi.
'lho tommltteo also reported tho icstora-
tlou ot chartor to Palo Pinto lodgo No. .UK.
Cwnntituo on by-laws reported ncoui-
incudlug tho approval of tho by-laws ot
Ituugo lodgo No 812.
Commlttco No. 2 on grievances aud ap-
peals mado reiorts In regard to Coiyell
lodge lu whkh tho action ot tho lodgo was
At") on nppeal ot Uuiuet loJ;o No. C.11.
tho commlttso lccmnimcrilul that appllci-
llou bo continued until next iwslon ot
Oommlttoo on work made report showlui;
number of dolcgates bcfoio couumtttru In
lb!)7 to ba 3'10 awl that ceiUUcalcj ot
proficiency bad been gratHod to ueuty
soen brethren to disseminata tho 'oiH.
Coinmlttco on llnuuco reported npprov-
ing tho boudi ot grand troasuier for $30-
OOi) and grand secretary for 55C00 and ap-
propriatlcig J250 to pay -xpoJsea ot grand
Tho following resolution wns adoptiwlt
That It In proper for n subordlnato lodge
to hoi I deeds and own propub Jointly with
other Ma&onlo IkJ1c3 and boding other thtui
A refiolullon providing for thimgo ot Uia
Thirty-fourth Maboulo Wstrlct wns adopted
whkb made tho chango and created the
blxty-foicrtli district to bo comwomV ct
A iceolutlon authorizing tuo salo or
proporty belonging to Itogna lodgo No 4S0
A resolution authorizing proxies trom
lodges to appear bctora tho committee ou
woil: a--) roprejentaths as adopted
Cory.TJlttco No. 1 oa grtovauco'j and ap-
peals In tun uihu of lirownotfil lodgu No.
278 affirmed tho nction ot llio lodge.
The Grand LodgortlKU jrocpodeU to In-
otail the following officers elected and ap-
polncd for the onsulng MaEonlo year;
Kim It. Hamilton M. W. O. M.j It. M.
Uisk 11. W. D. G M.; N M. Washer senior
grand waideu; Win Clark. Junior grand
warlon; B. V Frjmlor grand tioasuror;
John Watfxjn grand secretary; Toman fl
Crofl Ii. D. 0. M. Firs district; C0.
Qulnlan Second district! It. W Summers.
'Jhlrd district; Thoninw Wuiker Fourth
district J. M. llradley. Fifth district; .
11 Taylor SKth dlstrlot; J H Krimch
Bocnth district: C. B. lthods Ulghth 0U-
trlot; L. Lloyd Nloth dlttrlct: Joe Adams
Ten'th dlrtrlct; u. C. Thorp Ulovecth dis-
trict; Ingham 9. IloberU Tmolfth dlstuct;
. II. Nail Thlitcimth district; Thomas
Lwngbutbntu Fourteonth distilat; W. W.
Hunnlcutl Fifteenth dKtrlcl; .1 U Mlllnr.
t.jxtouth district; T. U Stanlleft Boven-
tccnOi district. Wm. Stjles. Klghteonth
district I). W. Llnsoy Nlnetecnlli dis-
trict; w P. iJlhhop Twtutieth dlstnct; .
C. Dlackwooil TwcntyMlnjt district: J. K.
"Wi'tcht Twonty-Miond district: 1'. H.
Wallace Tnen.ty-ihrd dlFtrict; rrdi W.
Spcrry Twcnty-fouUU district; W. J.
Duffle Twcnty-llfth xltstilclj .Sum Stray-
horn Tweuty-sluh district: A. O. Murry
Twenty-seventh district; l. O. Ayera
TwentyelKhth dUlrlRt: HlnvorrLjvy Tweiv-
ty-nJntb district: W. AV. Pki" TJilrtlnth
dlstrKtl J. C. Miller Tlilrty-JIrst dlntrlct;
John Orrhird Thlrtvwcond Utrlct; .Iv
13. Webb. TWrty-lhlrd rtittrlpt; J JI Stm).
Iwrn Thlrtjrfouith dlsufvt; V. C. Karue?
Thirty-fifth dlatrict; h. I). Mnorc Thlrty-
Mrtli district; a. W. Mnsslo Tlilrtv-
loyenth dlstrlot; .T W.'Al.ln. Tlilrty-olghth
dlntrlot; a. V. Morgan Thlrty-nlnth dis-
trict: T..J. ToungUood Fnrtliith d'strkt;
i V. McFarlatld Forly-flivt district; J
It. Webb Fory-second dlrlne; J II.
Knowles Forty-third dlatrict: B M. Head-
ley Fortytfourth district; J n Gillolt
rortJ-flttl district; V. 0. Monigpiaery
Forty-slsth district; J. W. Vncn Foity-
sovontb. djutrjct; II. M. ITaJcna roifv-
x eighth. dlntrlit: Fipd Warier Forty-ninth
district; Fr C. Hyll. rifllflth district; C. 13.
Krplqr Flfty-ll' dlstrlel; w A. llsnue-t-t
.'Hivnconu aisinti: u. i HnnMi Fifty-
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ftftef tyklch tfce Grand iU4ffwM closed la
OMen Wf tMiallMliak Mi Sc-
The OrAnd Chapter mut odl4 ntt I p.
m. and before ctonlng adjeurnl sine die
after tnatallln the officers a list ot those
elected was given this mornW. Thoie ap-
pointed' by Oram High Priest Kldd were
Grand chaplain L. C. Kettle f WoMe
Grand oapteia ot the hot J. M. Btrat
horn of Uutlctt.
Gratwt principal sojourner John Orchard
Grand royal artjh captain A. F Brlganee
Grand tmvrahat F
M. Walker ot Gal-
Utaud orator I. J. Allen ot llockwall.
Graul most or third veil A 0. Murray ot
Grand muster eooond vil W. Y. Moore
Grand master flrat volt A J. Whlmple
Senior grant stewsrd I. 6 Roberta ot
Junior grand steward John Hughes ot
Grand guard C. H. Wysong ot Mcllua.
ConjmJutoe on prlntlr George ' Ijopaa
Jr.j chairman; B. l. liYyinler and John
Commlllco ou foreign corrospondenca J.
I Terruij clmlrman; George Lopav Jr..
artl Tr L. SUmlleld.
Oommlttoa on Jurisprudence Frank Nu-
pom clulunan; J P Bell J. L. Terrell
II. O. Itounsovall and W. I Burdett.
U'.OeniUu. Jio '-' h. V. Al.ierfoon
ohalrm.m; John MiiiMen and J. I. Burden
I'lnnncc No. 2 John Orchard chairman;
J. Ii Wilton nd A. C. Murray.
Special tommltluo on charter J L.
Ttirtll chairman; W. Ij. Burdett mid
J. I) Crenshaw.
The llnuncu committee mado a loport
wiylng itluy bnd exntnlnod tho pay rolls on
mileage and per dlom and tamo were or-
deicd paW by tho grand ireasurer.
A itMiotutloa appropriating' 200 to II.
W. Twomcy past grand high priest wus
reported 'upon fnorably and. tho grand
high priest wan further InMruotod to draw
for $300 additional If nefcesary which wus
Tho coiijmlliU-'e provWtxl for tho plyment
ot tlio jstuworda and guard.
Tho giniid high prleit called for further
reports but lliem wnro no response.
Tho ttmo luivliig ai rived foi the in-
stallation ot officers-o'.cct and nppolntod
tlwy wero duly li.slatlcd by Compjuion
Frank Nnnom and so proclalmeid by Goni-
Jian on It. O. Itoiinsovnll grand rmarahal.
Tho part grand hlgb prlct John T.
Wiyuio picseutud Gronil High Prlcet J. C.
ICIdd with tho "MorrW cane and tho
-sal whch wero prcjonlud to him a your
ago to bo In turn handed to his successor
Tho Jewel for Past Grand High Priest
Haynia not having been prcpareiJ the
grand tiensuior was Instnictci to secure
ft at ccco anil forward tt to Ijampasat chap
tor to bo proaeDted to Companion Ilnynle.
Tb M. B. Grand Hojal Arch Chapter
WB3 then elosed In ample form after which
tho oompaulons lossomblnd around tho altar
and sang "Aud Lang Syne."
1U. IIAINBY'S APPOINTMENT.
to tho report of tho meeting ot tho board
of directors ot tho Mawjnlo Widows' and
Orphans' homo josterday it appeared that
1)-. I' tank ltnliicy as an uippllcant for tho
lopitlou of Biiperlntcndent; this was not
tho cajo. as tho board offered him tho no-
sltlou without any solicitation on the part
oi ft mssit or friends.
A Ti'lJnite ( tliv Demi fith Crnud
Following fa tho reixirt ot ho cominUtro
on objtuiry tit the Grand Chapter -tthlch
was submitted by Deputy Grand High
Priest J C. Kldd at yodncsduyu session
SJudi tho brief reeord so full of meaning
in Us all; that totls of cot-rowing hu:u
a d thci cry or tho widow and oi phan; that
Jells of amblllonH unfulfilled ot lite plaus
nut short: that tells us so forcibly thnt
"Ileio vo bao no continuing city."
"iJcaths. 10J1" and of oui ohalerti
oKty-movuu uro wearing tho emblems ot
'luoununri rcme iiurnip3 fearing that
ojualnit. Uiclr name maj soon ho wrluou
that wwd ao dioided by bodlea "DttmUoil."
Ouu of our uhaptcTH rewta under the dairlc
tjnitow wist by Javo Biicccidlvo viklts ot
Uio "d(M'aUu9 oi e." Flvo now-madu
tiavo'i er which tho soft south wlnl
sliiej mournful icqulcm. Goliad uhaptoi
fiom a tnemlxrslilp ot thlrty-slx has hud
ru molkO this tad report.
Our elMer JurWdictlnns Uivo had cotiow
In thnt Hume thoy had nellghted to honor
fitivi" gone ftom them fcioer. Ovur pio-
ctedlngt will uliow mon-oilul pages houor
Sliuc latt we met the Kuowlcdgo ot tho
donlh of one of our past gland high ptlests
hns tomo tx us. On 'tho 2d of Noember
1W7. tho i&ul ot William L Sartwell. Hh-
rr.itod from its eartlly tenement took
tlliht for that land inhere "aalnta Immortal
reign" Omcuiii. m ftituwaii u (.-o. i u
(Jli.iiU'ston anions 'tho hills ot New llainp-
ulrlie on Fofcruaiy - 1S21 Ho 'Hod lajrn-
Ik'b path through Daitmouth rollfgo at
Hanover os a ujembsr of tho cIms of 184o.
lit' wns bv pfofiiilon a lawjer but nccr
followed Lho tailing. Iniulcrntlng ui Tvxna
In 1 b40 ho fii.it located in Lavnea coiuwy
und after a hou joaWenco there 10-
moNul to Mata$wd.i eouniy. On June 5
1877 ho made his final homo at Couianch"
Coma nobs xcium. Uu J.ily Ik. ihuo li
W.w niairU'd to M1m Helen M. Dnmoro;
one child n 'daughter eurvi03 hlra.
lu MsitayJida ledge No. 7 lu IblU. ho
nn mado a Master Maeon: the llosal Aroh
drureca lo ireeclwd In 1S33 at Cialrwmuj.
N. . la- 1853 he was scribe and acting
Mhh prieat ot Mntagorda nhapter V. P.
find lu 1831 was hlnh Driest ot John Dim-
rin cdwDtoy No. 36 at Matasorda. Ho wus
nt Owiwuqho high nrleet ot Comanoho
olianfpi- No. 147 from. 1870 to 18k.l nd uVa
UU Wtt olcelpd snnd tDilbo $1 tlr' lioly
Hi 18S3 and was giand hlsh priest In 1880.
iUaJIfs work wae aa t "lay raider.'' rirat
nt Clint church tKnlscoiwl) nf MaUKordn'
mm nr iiinetepn scar at t jiatmowj
IJonp loAf'o No jst deposited Ills body In
lis I alt i-ctlug place.
In his JntMioiiMo willh us hero ho wub.
'm il5owlicie. kind mtld nnd goutle draw-
ivk on to mm py wca wtvrm-ncartiHi por-
itoiwiliyi Hajnx puiwrd his three scow
wvtiis nn fixteon Having "fought a good
flKht' ho rests from Ills labors and bis
works do follow him.
Am wo read ojcaln Uie icarly recorJ bt
iDiutxiulnii lost from our mldBt and riwllro
libat ero long othr will be reading our
name jji ft.une rccoru tvcceei line aiding
'And Is there Lord a rctf.
l'?r weary louls dcilgncd
Where not a care shall stir tho buast
- Or eorrow oiitrance find 7'
iL 'H tlm so bllefwl hfnnrv
V vWherosWndre mlnda shall meet
f ' Ad live and Jove-. ad 'never roam
I Froea'thM aercne Tttreat?"
f And'lf.we eirf'ln fAtth cothlntf doub
;l8gt4 Wvo Mbewite we'ahall receive.
n1WiWVi W.W (pri1MVW MV
UMSi0t ; TO
J' Where MhHd Immertalrelira
iBfiatta day esehidaa Uw 1(M.
AM pleeaure baniah pain
The4 everlaaKMclr abhtea.
. Aad hTr withering ftowera;
Death like ft narmw sea dtvldea
Thl heavenly land from ours."
Only a "mrrow seal" Wo can almo.it
view fho other rtore- and tho tlslon 'helps
ua to ask "What Is death?" and to atwweri
"To Mm that meets It with an upright
A cruVt 4uLeai wlher htSXbiattertvl bark
Harbors secure till the rough storm Ii
Perhato a paiwago bvortnuvg with clouds
But at its entrance a few leagues beyond
ODcmlng to Under sklM and milder sunt
And seas pacific n tho soul that seeks
'TIs. Indeed Iruo ttat ''lucro we have no
continuing city;" hut the consolation both
for oursolves and thore eorrowlug for tbcae
aono before is thnt
"Upon tho fiontltru ot tt shadow laud
Wc pilgrims of external sorrow stand;
What realm lies forward with its happier
Ot forecasts green and deep
Ot valleys hushed In slcop
And lakes tnwit peaceful? 'TIs tho laud
"Tbo30 whom we loved Bind lost so long
Dwoll In tboso oltl'ea. far from mortal woo
Haunt those fneiih wxonllands whence
fiwcot carrpllngs aoar
Hternal peaco have they;
God wlpoi tholr tears away;
Tlicy drink that river of lifo which flowa
Miss Hattlc Carter ot Waco Is lsiting
frJoids In the city
MIes Clara Ilaugli Infe returned from a
short visit to Natchez Miss.
Mi Peter Jwsermid ot Jcsumnd Texas Is
in lbs city attending tho festival.
Jlr. P. IL Poster ot Greenville was lti tu
i Ity jcslerday nml wns enjoying tho exhibits
nt tho AuoIUrlum.
.Mr. and Mra. S. B. Pelder ot Huntstlllo aro
among tho festival visitors In tho city tnis
Miss Leoko of Navasota and Miss ltandlo
of Wteo aro lho guests nt Miss Key ut tne
11. L. Djer a well known iltlrcn ot Klch-
mond. wus uraoHg jesterdo's visitors to th
Mr. L. A. Pnrdo ot Waco Texas was In tlw
city j'slerday laMtig In tho leitlval and visit-
ing mint Ives.
Jnmen It. Htublm and I. '. II. Sfott two
wall known lawyers ot Uaheston were In ilia
Mies JffSlc anl Mlsa Mnggto Puttorson ot
Franklin nro on a -Mult to Mrs. At. J
no'i Milam street.
Dr. and Mrs. ll. H Ilarrlsou ot Caluinnm
urc the guests of Mrs. U. It. Benuett 2iU
3n(i Jnelnto strept.
MlBb Maggie May Arnold of Galvchfon Is
lrlilnit her Brjiulpaivintu Major and Wr.
John M. Garpy. at K03 Tatis iiviiimc.
Senator A. It. Kerr und wife wlin liavo been
In Houston atlilndltiK lho big festival ru
turned yesterday to their homo In Flatoula.
Mr. V. I. tltoEnn. a renrosentntUe-eieet
fri m Nolan ci.mity and Mr. It. A. lluglaud at J
Hweftwatcr aio among tne well Known uoio-
gi tcs attondlng the Masonic meeting.
O. II. Knost a Knlsht ot tho drip. 1b In tna
city attending tlio If. O. T. and T. V. a.
mcotlng nnd is enjoying hlmbolf Immensely.
Ho suvs Houston Is the land nt promise.
Mrs. 1" 11. Koblnson ot lluutsvlllc. Mis.
J. A. Ulll of Waerly with Miss M. U.
Hughes ot Victoria are visiting tho elty dur-
ing the festivities und nal yentorduy al the
Mr. A. W. Itentli ot Flutoula Is In tho city
attending tho Prult Flower and Vegetable
rtpUtnl nnd is lln wtlooiuo guest ut hie
relr lives. Mr. and Mrs. F. M. Tuttlc 21U
.Mr. It V. Itleliardson special press com-
nilmiioner to thi lute Trausmlsslsslppl and
lnteruutlonal Kxposltlon lt lu the cltv. and.
In etmpuny with .Mr. P. S. l'oiifltld. mndo n
wokflino call at tho editorial looms ot Thu
l'Obt lCHt olght.
Mi. l'rmik J. lludger a prominent lolton
fortor of Sill Antonio was In Houston hut
n.rnt cr routo to points noith on tho Cnntrni
Mi. Iladger was the clflcliui t and popular
udjutunt of tho Second Tnxas during lho tluiu
thnt reclnicnt was In the service.
Mr. G. II KcholB of Dxynu Is In tU city
taklni' In tho Xirult Flower nnd VvgetaM
festival lie sjyj llcmtnn In all risin nat
Ilr;an Ii romlng to tho front und they fx-
tiel tho Houston mid Tsxas. Central railway
to build that new dopct very booh.
Tho State quarantlno meeting will tuKu
pluro nt tho city council chamber oomineni -Ing
tomoiTow morning at 10 n'elocl..
A injecting of the Ladlos' Parish association
lti lalltd foi 3 .deck tomoribw jitsniOwn a
lho iMrhdi house. AH members aro carnistly
rcqucitcd to bo presant.
Tho next of tho series ot concerts by tho
lloiifton Turuvoreln will bo given at tumor
Hull Monday evening Uu ember 1-' by the
Schubert byiiiphonr Club and Ladles' Uuar-
tetto. Mrs. Samuel Cohen and her joting baby nia
vory mucli prostrated aa the rnult of tho Urn
ut an early hour ynsterdny Aiornliig from
which they narrowly ttcnWU with their Itvvo
they being almost autfoe-ntcd with snioko bn-
foro they were aroused.
Tha wlfo and family of James Grlffln. who
rcsldo at 10U Clicncvcrt street urn anxious
tw hear from hlin oi to roo;lo some Infor-
mation In regard to tils whereabouts. Ho has
net hofiv een since Noyonibei 10 w"hcn ho
left homo early lu lho morning for his usual
Tho ladles to sene In the cata of the Young
Mer'f. Christian AhsoUiulon today uie; .Moh-
d4Mw M. J Ucrlug T. 1" Uojd S. K
Alm Wiggins O.iellan a J. Palmer C. T;
Walker A. Seureau. M. Kattinnu Ollbraltli
lining llnnlson u. P. l'nrlclus nnd the
.MisBfvs lljrona MeKeen Uesjlo Clrant. Claudia
Hums Crawford Scott Ncublt P. Culmrrs
AJl .vlcUanlels Bhuiciuun xand C Siholbo.
Ihoso lu the audluueo at tho Auditorium
iMt nlhht who w.tq "taken In" by the
budiscr tight ma) Hnd somo consolation In the
fact that tlifV aro not nlonu lu IhIiik uuao-
iihlutlrattd. Prosldimt Childress of tho Prult
Flower and Vegetablo l't.tlnl nssutlulon is-
reived a formal and vlLoroui protest yostcr-
uny irom tne uouhion iiumaiie society- pro
teitlnir. on the ground ot huinaiillj.
tne iir.nt coming on.
V Artlllrrv Club llnll
A paity chapcronjKt bv Mr. nnd Mrs
N. S Meldrum. Mr. and Mra. W H. Kirk-
lanO and ccmpoioJ ot Miss ttoot. MIm Stel-
la Iloot Miss Tupglo. Jlltu WaUon. Mlta
PoiliT. Mien Alum Cleveland anl Mlsi
lary WUldo. went down to G.-lveiston ves-
torday ovenliig In ill'. iMeldrum'a wlvaw
cm attaohed to tha IMS Galvtpn Hoaaton
nnd Hwisreon to attend tho annual bill
of Uw Artlllory club. Among tbu youn
men who wont donu on other twins were
Mr. George ICIdl Jr. Mr. 0 J. Ci'ane. Jr..
Idr. John F. Dloleson Jr.r Mr. W. T. Han-
cock Dr. Karl Stafford and Mr. Hauniond
Brown. Miss Uf)le DICUou mid Ml.s Kf-
flvi May Jones also attended the bill hnv-
Ing gono to GaV(ien earlier In tho week.
Tin Full nt liiiillu
Through a comblna'lon of circumstances
the jicoplo of Houtto& have been deprived
fron as yot 'witnetslnsf Hip pyrotechnic
dliplay at bnsebali park representing thr
"Fall of Munlle." it was thought unwise
to divide the attention ot tho people by
giving this attraction oh either evening
vvltcil 1ho parades vyerc given. In tha city
An! lafct nltflu tlt wathw nrrsludca the
peslb)llty of giving It.
i.toejd the vcather iwruill the c-xilb&lon.
will he given tonight und repeated tomor-
row and poislbly Sunday bights
i I. ii i i
killed by the millions pteanu' Electrlo
flat and Hoarh Paste. 2So a box. All
To atorea' under' Oaoltol tot!. Aialu
tret 'nil! bo for Ime January 1
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Vinibl:ibKNtNG. DECEMBER 9 imm.
THE TROE ST0RV
Confiding: Woman the Cynical
Man and the Bearded Lady.
The sceno lsa comtonlitblaj sitting room.
Mr. lovc&fl i bunled in a book and hla
wife Is soamnSiiG tho adverllBeoicnU In
the evening pajrr Suddenly Mrs. Love
gooa eiys: "Soy! dear" to a voice that
mado Mr. lOTcedad slmfjst drop hf book.
"Well wteat Is it?" bo says -wllto a ladgW
"amaiavur reil gonatlno bargain offert" "1
don't know that yauM e-oll It that" his
wife toplled "But yes jolt might" she
continued "for It Is a bargain ofttr ot frco
mcdkai advice" "Let's hoar oil nbmit It.
my dcttr." said her husband. "But you
know I'M a HtUo dubious about vour bar
gains. Your 'uwans to often ttirn out to
won nidi u a an oner nv a
woman (Dhyslclan) U clvo free medlr-al
advice by letter and It saiy It's bdtlcr to
wrlto o a woman because a man can't un-
Weulund a vvfauiuii Jutt because he's a
man and It says too tat It'u Just revolt-
.ng to go to a man phydieiau auyioiv."
And .Mrs. liOvtgood stopped because sho
wns out of breath.
"t bet j-ou" ttnld her husband "thai tlio
advertl&oment don't Bay she's n wom.in
nhjslcluu." "Why ics it dees" said his
wifo. ns sho looked t tho udv crUsemcnt
ag'iln "Well no. 1 KUCfcd It doten't say
i tlie's n iJ-'islelan but i't means tho s.iino
thing for It says tihat ll Is a woinau who3e
expoilenoe In tieiitlng woman'4 diseased
U xuator than that of any living phyisl-
itivn malo or femdJe.' " Mr. liOvesooJ.
ihitcklnl suvV mild "That's -what I lovo
about sou my dear Vcu uro so teady to
bellovu wlthwit question -wJicn there'i a
liaigaln mi View. If yen were a llttlo llsh
I'd catda joit every itlmo wUh a mbboi
wrui it I put a bargvlu sign above tha
"Oh! do bo bcilous for once." oiloJ Mn.
Ijov e-gxicd "Then to be- serious" 'io ic-
plled "this womau doenn't claim to ho u
lihvslomn. Slio would claim to bo a ''Iiy-
sle.nu If she could became she 13 tiylug
to convey tho Impression In every oilier
wtiy teian by a direct claim Mint she is i
phisicUn. Sho is not therefore it phy-1-c!in
and can never Imvo practhjd medi
cine. Yot not buftig a phsclan and thjre-
foio never having praotloal medicine she
claims to hae hud 'experience lu tiaatlug
woman's dUoajeb greater than any llvlt
phsi!iin.' Now die quo3ttou .s tluce h
never practiced mcdlcluo where did sho
gut that exporlenee?"
"Well that Is so" Mrs. Lovegooil somc-
whut neluctantly .ulmitted "but then sho
Is a woman " "I'm not so sure about that
even." tilu ner husband. "It looks to mo
ViXSdSttftF&F th0 womon
"lltardod la'v act! Ito iou moan to ear
tIJUt ithe-y haio dime museum frcak-s for
doclow? Why you must bo fool sh or uise
amazingly piejudttod" cred 'his wlto.
"You aro too Ittoiol. my doai" said Mr.
Lovegcal. "What I nienn by the 'bearded
ladi' not Is that some uiuu is uosmg as h
wemau writing ever a woman's signatma
or tiring a vvoman as a stelklng horae as-
faiimlng a woman's character to mlblead.
Tho 'bearded buy' ot the sjhow is nl.vaa
a froak and gciurally a fraud. The pomt
In ihfs ndvertljemcnt we are dlncujslug m
Hint oit nr asked to '.vrllo to a wom.w'
lite Implication biing that the woman h
competent ito glvo and vvll give you quail-
fkd and -aluablo medical advice rut -t
It Isn't Bpeelfhd that the 'woman' Is a
nhjslchn there's no Intraetlon of tho law
Tho nnobabllltles are that thoro Isn t a
qualified doctor m-ound tho place and the
wholo so-called 'mddrcal oarrcipoiidiucc'
Is dono by a lot of girl clerks."
"Ohl" 'Mr-3. Lovogood taterjected "that's
what It means tiaen when they sav that
'onlv wiomen see the corrcspondencB.' "
"Kxactly my dear" continued her h'.i-
bamd "nnd suppose tho woman In lho nl-
vertlemcnl is a real woman nnd not tho
'beatijl d lady there's your dressmaker
w ho Is alto a wumnn pot to speak of Mrs.
riaiinlgan the ciok's nwthcir. who 'a a
really excellent -womnn. If a woman s not
a doctor them ono woman's as good jm t u-
other and It's foollsn going to a strangur
mindreas of miles crstant ror tne sym-
pathy which friends nt tome can bettor
sunolv. And ns for a man not understand-
Inc n otnan's dMenres because he's a ram
that Is the dioapfst sort ot claptrap. Wlio
have done tho doctoring In tie pst two
thoJaatid j ears? Tho ain Whero must
tfc tncdorn wwmon phyloian go i.u hrr
Knowledtro? To schools taught by men and
Vwks written by 111911. H this women -who
tlJlmn men don't lindsratand wonian's dU-
easpj. shvutd evvr taho to the 3tudy of
medicine il'yo'd lvavo to bo taught evciy-
h ng he know by the men -who don't know
anything according to tier vplnlon. The
problem Is. how a man who don't know
anything abmt woman's disease can teach
a wxmiun ta know everything about tbem.
I give It un."
"Then you wouldn't -write" sa'ld Mn
"Write; iwfAit for?" bald her husband
"Write to a woman? What's (ho use t
writing to si woman? It you vaut to wTitr
write to a dactor The first question in
sickness is nol a question ot sex but a
queotlwi of medical ability and qualifica-
tions. TCore's no pcx In medic ne nny
now if vu want to wrlto why not rlto
lo a Minn- ot medical standlns a specialist
like Dr It. V. Plence. ot Buffalo N V.
Yi lenow heV a regularly graduated doe-
tor Ylou Know he'H agsod ono and ut
the head vt n great medical institution.
You know he's hall thirty ycaim' expert
onee. and bus wJJh the aid of his staff of
l.e'arjy a tcorv 01 asiiieu mtcGiaiMw uejf
nl morn than Salt a million. vvAmen. vvhn
freely eonfldrd In the integrity or the man
end the aUlll cf the physician. Prudent
Garfield ones said of Dr. Pierces 'he 1
otic ti tho best roeu 1n the world and be is
at Pho Afid cf one of bo bovt medU'.il in-
etltutlone In tho world.' TtoewV uolhjng
now about tblB free consultation by lottir
mi dwr. It- ha been a feature ot r
P)crve' practice for years ( lu fact tor
more than e. quarter ot a century. Wr.H
to him. became ycn'll vt the beat aJvlc?
nd ao a.rng Ccd So It. eo te speuk."
"But" queried Mrt. Lovefiol. "do i.-m
ilitnK en tbttms'.i Dr. Pierce Ii a qualU'o.t
phwlean and ranks oj IiUdV ns a tpt-
clalist. he can treat disease by cone
"I d'w't see why not.'V answerol Mil
Leiyeaood "iMcdlcal selonco '3 whculii g
Into lint with everything rUc an.t-driipi
puiib thy bonus i-ocus of tho mid lie igi?.
The 'divinity lhat hedged In' thq priest
ami irys'c!an a thing ot the put
uvfn la -taken for vy-hat he (a and what Le
tan jo Ot evjurse tho tuiNi.lier Of (."e
prrrlefpIrM -wbo tr wet em'V'JIf would
naittrally light an Innwatloii which thok
away helr patients and thtt-r pronts. Bu
when a new idea makes for oubllo govd It
can't be destroyed. They used to ay n
steamer could be built U oimj the xt-
lantle. Bho couldn't carry ooal eiioue.D.
One prominent Englishman then iewler In
lho house of cnmons. In the hiat ot a ""
bate declared 'that If e 'any "tevner
otoased tbo 'Atlantic he'd eat It na;J''
wy and nil.' 1 take ii that the obJeetKci
to treatment by correspondence have i ra
llttlo foundation in fact as tho c-bico.ioM
to the posslbiJIly of steamship iro3i'ng
tho Atlantic. ... .
"It reminds mo of that story about the
man who had been arrested for some. i-
fense. Ho sent for a lawv.r. wli. '""
he had hoard tho story sail: 'W'by man
aliw. ifiey caav'L arrest yooi for tnati
" 'Burt' oald tlio prisoner 'thoy vo done
"It Koea not seem any s to nicuc
about the poBalbllity t befng trofol f-
cetsfully by correspondence with J r.
Pierce when thero aro thnasnnds of ri'cP'0
to stand up and say 'Wo have bcjn suc-
cessfully treatttl wo liavo besn entirely
cured by Dr. Pierce and his staff of spe-
"Tlhiin." nM il lf(. "It dOCSI. t fOl'
low tbij't any nnd averybody couU trexx
iBuoocustulIy by corneapondence.
u is a
movKimeut In advance of ordlirary praetlre
hy iDeljfie specially auallfleJ who 1mv
given special btudy and special effort to
Stone branch ot medicine. Is thvt jour
"Precisely my dear" Mr. Lov&ood nn-
svMtircd preparing to e-ontlnuo h.s tending
"You have got tho wholo thin nan. Jt
fen " t because someono odiert'tec to give
medicnl advflcc by correspondemo th it jou
can nccttauilly assumo tho adv'ie will be
valuable or helpful. Anybody can make
such nn ofTcr. It is wlso to co OoUinJ thj
nromlsfs and tto c'aSnj maJo am sit if
they bear Inveutlsatlon. In Doctor Pierce's
catio the eloscr the cxiunluat'nn ot Us
rfntma and reoord the greater the ciufi
devco ihlch he will Inspire. Pr. It. V.
Pierro Cj at tho head of tho IiKnliU i Ho-
tel nnd Surgical Institute at Buffalo U. Y
a med'cal and surgical Institution which
la fts scientific equipment its taonmory.
its staff ot neatly a score of axperloncod
Physicians en I tarrgconj and Us variety
of dally practice Is on fooc.ni; v.Itfi iny
meifloal and surgltal lustlituto i-n tho ecun-
try." And JuSt here tho Infant heir ot thi
Wmi'b t Lovescdl voiced a uv usage 'o
"a -woman" who was In every way quali-
fied to glvo him tha desred atteDt'on
whldb uho promptly did.
C.iili cstoii to Go AcrulnMt llouston nt
liitO Tills Vfli-riiooll.
This afteiraoon at 1:30 p. im the Galves-
ton and Houston elevens w 111 do bittlu on
tho grldliUi at JJ-aguo iirk. Both teams
havo been urtictllcIti.T ifltxl. and .ill thnia
i wo1tltts r thts T rcst ns-
EUml thalt U Ed one. The last
and tftio only time they met was on Thanks-
giving day ait the bttveh where neither team
were able to score. This alone fcas put
cieh team on ills mettle and both aru con-
lldtnt of iJong tho trick in tfood ehipo to-
dav. The hero of tho Fruit. Hower and
Vecelnblo Festival woek will be thii man
w'tlo aecomullstoEs the feat of putting tho
olgskln across tho line.
TOw gamo will not bgln until 4:30. thus
allowing tune for thjoso who wish to ilrst
Ktio tho flowtir parade. .N extra charge
will bo made for vehicles.
Tho following js tho lio-c-up ot the
Houston. iPosItloa. Galveston.
Watles left cud Muir.vy
Brvan left tneklo Diards
Jinks left guard Donohuo
Dueior etmter Stiver
Bolisuau .. ..right guard. .GrannraoMusky
Webb Oaut.... light .tackle Hcatnerly
Do Lobderuler ...light end ..O'Brien Oait.
Shaw quarterback Aukjuo
Smith r'wht halfback niflo
N'leiholson lottrtialf back..ritzwlllams
Bivwira full back Maverick
Tho Houston substitutes will bo Mo
Oomb Williams. Franklin.
Mr. W. U. Cleveland Jr. will referee
The Galveston team will arrive today
et 9 o'clock ajid will ba quartered at the
e.pnoi wioi wnero tney -will be glad to
see their friends.
tttouston's colors orango and purple.
Galveston oalors orange and bluo.
THU DEATH ItOI.I.
Mrs. aiarJba Ellen Payton agd 72 years
died at 11 o'clock Wednesday pisht and
will bo burled at 2:20 o'claak this atter-
ncon In Glenwood cemetery from the resl-
dlliee ot Mr. and Mrs. J. II. Jascnaa on
the Sin Telfps road. The idnscoased was
bom in Sullivan county Cast Tennessee
(Mr J. C. Hafrerty who diui Wednesday
nirht at his home corner ot Sabluo and
State streets will be buried ut 10 o'clock
this morning from St. Joasnh'n rlmmh
lho funwal will be under ubc auspices ot
Division No 3. Anc'ent Order of Hllwrn-
iuu. ui -wiiivu uio ueoeasca was a mem-
As a result of an accident In the com-
prising nooni tf Tho Poet Wednesday night
Uie rcfeironce to the blessing asked by tbo
RV'. William Hunw -LeiveJl in opcnlmr
he lunoheem given by The Post at ho
Hlth.na Jwisa -vvus omitted. The short
addrij (leHverild by thu reverend gentle
man later to Hie evening was cue of the
hauoleat lalUi of tho occasion.
A niHr Crimil from Uruu
nan T.as December 8 Brjan en-
(era for first prUe for sending non peop9
to the Houtton LTult Flower and Vegetans
Keslival than nny town her size In 1 rnni
of 100 mllw of Houston. Over san S
already gone and there are me?c d Jo ye"
IP THK AY IS CUTTINO TECTH
bt spre and use that ola n . fi.
rtmedy. Mn. Win.lowr' aSotbiE ' V 'Sf?
tor children teething It soothe the Tbl la'
.-oftemi he gums allsy u pi ""
!M!!' a- u ""' beel '"
? JU Tllll NBW CITV WHKQTOUV
Tho publtf:iers having completed the
oanvuas for the pew city directory reouVit
nil persons making changes itt thcr SrS
name business or nuildeiu IoShm.
amy tbtm at once 1n 0 U ?hUr i?
nuy maw tne proper corrections f .'.
1WI Preston avenue.
and you will be. pieasea n you select your books frohi (oi
The larp-est and best assortment in tha Rnnth - vf
4 1. fn. . rM j -a - ilrii
Ciiristmas Catalogue. K lUOl S DOOK M01
TO CLOSE OUT.
StOVeS FIRE SET&S
I The Whittlesey Hardwarel
4 inn o..i 711 T-o:. c- u a... w
f 4y aim aii iiavia oil cm HUUSlOn.
SOUTH TEXAS DOCTORS.
They Hold Their Annual Meeting and Elect
CUERO IS THE NEXT PLACE OF MEETING
Dr. II. A. West of Gulvrstou KlecteU
l'ru-ldi-nt A Committee to He tent
. tu Quarantine Contention.
Tho South Texas Medical association
met in Its fifth semi-annual mectlne In
lho Knlfrhts of Pythias hall. Durns bulld-
IsK. at 10 o'closk yesterdav mornlut;. The
fellow Inu physicians verc amonz thesn
present: S. M. Morris. Galveston.: D. P.
DavlES HtxiBton: Sollo Herzotr. Drazo.ila;
Da-nlol S. Speer. liaaumont: It. H. Harri-
son Columbus: C. C. Nash. Liberty; T. W.
Shearer Walllsvllla; William W. 'Walker
Fchulenbure: II. A. Mcrt. Galveston; It.
W. Knox. Houston: J. W. Scott. Houston:
W. Kolller. Galveston: J. H. Loinpson
Houston; J. E. Thompson. Galvceton; A. It.
Schenk Kearney; B. r. Oilhoun. llcau-
mont; N. J. PltHiiIx Alvln; J. E. Oan-
non Alvln; O. S. Hodeea. GaU-vsston; V.
A. Archer. Houston; W. T. Urown. Walll3;
It. T. Moms E M. Armstrong J L.
Short D. S. WIer. S. C. ftcid. J. h. LohJj
nrd O. L Norsvvorthy. nil of Houston n.
sld.e there veia qulto a number ot Inter-'
csted epectlators not versed In medical
bcJcnce iho llstencul attentively to tho
l'romptly at the appointed hour Dr. B.
r. Calhoun ot Beaumor.t. nrejUent of tho
assoolatlon called tho meetlnc to order.
Dr. Vard H. Hulen of Galveston secre-
tary and treasuiier was not present and
Dr. O. S. Holcea ot Galvoaton acted as
Bov. Soth WarJ. pastor ot Shearn Meth-
otllt"ehurch Invoked dlvlno blesslnc; unoa
tho resembled physicians In an elotiuent
prayer. Major Sam H. Brashcur welcomed
tho association to all tho hospitalities ot
tbu city In tho name of all the people ot
Hcuslon In a way that elicited loud ap-
plause. Dr. C. N. Poivell ot L-vurel who
VM.L3 dawn on tho programme for r-
spoiioo to the address ot welcome and
President Calhoun replied to tho mayor a
speech In fllttaK tarms.
Oonsldei-atlon ot the eublttte men-
tioned In the pHWaouuo vvaa at ouco be
gun. Tho followiuc pioRramma vva3 fol-
lovved ''Texas Climate In tho Transpocos Ho-
glon" It. "VV Knox. Houston
"aiho Thwapy ot Normal Salt Solution."
J. w. Scott. Houston.
"Yellow Fever- Dlaznosls. Trtatnieut
and Cont.'ol by Natlounl or State Quoraa-
tlue" H. A. "West Galvojton.
"Dlarrhoda ot Infants" A. II. SebeuU.
'Scrapa on Sutb1o.i1 Caes.' V. B. Klnc
"Treatment of Hare Lip" J. 13. Thomp-
"Itumovlns of Bullets" Sotle Herzoz.
"ItiUnse Shock lllovvlm: Severe Ab-
dominal Gunshot Wounds and Our Duty"
J O. Williams Houston.
"Malarial Coma" 11. T. Morris Hoiu-
ton. "Itotlex Neurosis of Woaion" O U
'"fuberculoEls ol Hip Joint and Spins."
J. L. Lewis Houston.
"PosUrlor Urtitbrltla J. L Short Houa.
"Report of Cases" E. P DavUs Hous-
ton Dr. George T. Swall of Houston was nx-
pected to road a thesis on "Diseases of the
PVawew" but w-ga ant Uiiit Tna r
tnolndcr of he day's programme was faith-
fully observed A51 tho papery wore strout;
nreserjtatlota of tothnloal aubjeots of mJcb
Interest to the professlpa an each at-
tracUil considerable attention.
lir Polio Hcrzog excited a great deal ot
comment by her paper on "Hcmoving of
'lull'.' (Jbe advanced now tbcorl and
practices In thU llr-e ot medical ailonce
that caused a lively dobate.
. . . fMi
ueRani tw$ Burnett .-
lofiaeo. Other Satafl
an sites and t M
n-: ... '.
riainc Ave. aiMj
c a n:.i. ri..?JNLa
ouitu uritiv wuj'ri
E. M. BTJiRJ
814 Commerce Ave. J.?jisi
BR Ks F. DA'
Rooms 305-306 BfnxBjfl
For Eve. Ear. Nose and
" ' ' ?.
DR. E S. HH
Eve Ear Nose and
Tii.iinn niillillnir. Corner PrillH'
nln Houston TwMjipf)
Books for Bojs anfl own v
NVw Year Cards. Culendlirs TJ
Clues uaoieu 7.7; tmnK t
baa at UAuwin sJ"jfeJ
tLJf J jr iwij
1 ' m
J. S. PURDV ml Comt?! .
sewIOB a amoker and "J5
in tuo tun. xn rrr;hm
ml was largely attended. 41
tcov coduotel a "vlrtf'?
Erapny Dy iiiv.iw "- .V.ntloU I
mn . l.mr1 Ihn rapt a"'11"'"
in oaHti-rr f-xif.l
At 7 o'clock tho assoSn7
ncsj session for tho f?l
tor tho cnsutoK )ear. !S
pbosm follows: lWgM
S. 0. Red. Houston! er
.1. H. Btuss C'ueroj sotj
n II WndL'CS. CllrW
r... Wfiu ejected foTiJ?
VUWU ww . 1
nt. maat EJ!. VVfliea Ji "ix
tUU Tuesday in J ffl
AnmirrllICO of WOTH'"
. . n. in visit New
was uiu'wm - " :..i.
v.n.-n nf tbo aiursutl1
-- . .. .....traTiLuiv .
?W ta. WlSTi
usual resoiuutua "-ti. I
i.v ntpmicd the
onioytd theiaelve23i k.i
of tho manner In M7
wiiiin in Houitoa. t r.
ProvalU when. )9i$$l
vvorlt dono by tne
o. iL.tn.i Troy
avenue. 'Phono 332 y
n-riinVi:Y AT I'AW :
f The Alodtlg
I . Laundry uuLhn
BSten m Dye Homm.I
ft All are WelcejNrfJj
toviI PHOM '.
Vil ' (
inpUovvjnc th doat Wf th iiftewyn'
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