The Houston Post. (Houston, Tex.), Vol. 21, No. 354, Ed. 1 Sunday, March 25, 1906 Page: 2 of 52
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HOUSTok DAILT jppSvSUNPAV MOBNJNO MACIX 25. iOe
y i .1
Excursion Rates x.
Houston March 30-31
...For the Fare.-!. TVrfonnances ol
Tyler April 2
THE CROP CUT DOWN
; UNla- nuwL'KLD (rtxvo
H t ' " PEACHES
From Jacksonville Is Now Con-
sidered to Be a Fair Esti-
mate of the Prospects.
. Ts PoBt corr's:
larsv rumt--r -f ; -.
; frees last Mn.
o tbem irr
dqae. but nie .-.
cr thiia other
hhc land ar.d i
bf OB the iKirUi -ferrd
.UA-lS luU bii k:
The Elberta. v.n--
od Us bu '-rr.
money to th g
Mixoa cllntr? -i:
peach hu suftYr-
usually hardy. .m'.
Irn known t .
other kinds fi.
ably briii a f. ir
of this Motion - .
killed aud th-
icjaehe on th-
the Mix on
Jacaauavil is -pnt
In ih. ?::; -tomatoes.
fibt )on ?3
year wr rv ; .
raM ha l- i
.nation in r-t i
but Uii :: o-
tn tne main !
mall hli;r.t; r.
lest year ..tvi R -a
Mta of ih ix- '
by utn '
aurh a Ja- fc-
Ltodale Trier n.:iti
for. this tran.-
.- Profcablr r..
tnaa p r
r abtpmeot la-
. '-i cam. Ty lr
ns. Vnh ?l
S- :r -"rvifwd a
. i:. i Ato (rriw-
..it - ! by t he
Pri'i .i.'y ali
i r-a t dnma
'. l.-jis m j. hljn-
r:.- K uHtft n 'ne
i. ni ; - - r.;i jf-
.1 T''i!l or low
Sevtin-i a d ubL
.: r! : he most.
a. r. -at :fi or.l
1 .- -- a.r a ff w
I.- -i-.t !!!
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pre: .19 .rs hu
t - J n i wrien
' i t r l w ;i prob
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a: t- t rup.irt(
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w - -l: b
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i '. ;.nr. fur In-
; w ' ' it:: rar
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."p b fiirtmsl
" - : r r -m i-k
- (-ipi.na P"3inta.
. ; 14- v r. and
rr-er and fruit
i f rt -five acres of
.-ip-rr wa ir.v pjr--!nd-nt
is a t-n fide on
" a had rM
1 S f.r t&ff
wouidn t ha.v
yo . an
- -s :r. i". !T on-
:t.n .r-third of
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mt ru""!"! mil
! w Wj -ar.
BEAT BRUTE OFF
DOGS ASSISTED A YOUNG
In Preserving Her Honor When
Attacked by White Man. Who
Has Made Confession.
(Noujton Ptt SttcML
BRENHAU Txas March 1 -Walton
Wo'ten a y .:pk man. waa lodged
In Jail her tfc:s afiern from ChaopeH
Hill by i-.:.ib:e Kemlrick. chaifr.n
him w-.th at :t-nipt to criminally aaaault
Mtaa Franc 9 Mik'araak Thar wu
blooi on :s rli'Tbs and after warning
he cor.ff5:i'-d i" County Attorney Ewrtng
that he attempted tu criminally aaaauit
vi'L-.f wman. and that he struck
her on :t.e head that aha coT looae from
r..rr. i.v ! : ni". iua: he cajjrht bor and ai-tt-R-.;:t
t.' . n.-ke iier. but her doa. tv
peti.t-r tt!. tr.e tleperate f:it she put
up. krft Mm fn:i accompliahbiV hts
purr-!' He lxr the marks of her teeth
Ptr Hogg Memorial Services to
Be Held Today.
Waco. To ac-
inar la th-e pr -Sal
aer. i- er
f tha tTirlJttii"
Muata by - .:
Solo. Mrm I-
Jiada-a W. H J- -
Ir 8. F. Br- s-ft-olli1toft
B R. Scott
Sonaj- T f '
Beoadk-tlofi F '
Flrrt Baptist '
plete4 la tlm- '
ao ta attend
vMh are t ' --e
nari at 4 ;
MENACE TO WOMEN.
New York Club Protests Against
White Slave Traffic.
(Associated Press Retott.
NEW YORK. March 24 -The interurha.i
political equality council of Greater NVw
York an -rganUation compo of eigh-
teen cluba. with a membership of over
2D00 women hxt protated to a communi-
cation to the mayor againat '"the shaxne-
rul condition of affaln In tnti city called
the Mie slave traffic' " The mayor U
H(-p4.etl t t- mat the police of this
city d-j ihir duty and make tt aafe for
huKest women to aek employ ma nt with-
ojt runr.ing tht rlak if being entrapped
and kept by force in vile den."
l'i- Hli are always Intereatlng
The protest characterise tha "white
iave traffic " aa not only a dla honor to
itte city but a source of grat danger to
wnmn. a Rhown by the myatertoua dis-
acpearanca of many respect bit working
H The foTlow-
!- aei in the
.- -nrow after-
TEN DOLLAR BILLS.
Fort Worth Flooded with Clever
t Associated Press RrPort.t
FORT WORTH. Teiaa March 14-It
t ra n pl red y eat erda y t hat Fort W ort h
has ri flooded with counterfeit tlfl bills
TT bllh are of t he buffalo type and
c; ly rennMe th- (tnuine so far aa
t.'.e tirrp arvd enaravlng are concern!
but the papr i much thicker and beaver
tr.an ' hr go emmnt paper and no atik
l dicr!TiiMe tn the compoe tion. They
ar- n- tireab'.y tbtn m the center and
v-ry y at e-irh end. being what coin
exp--rTs '.erm 'broken bills
PEOPLE AND BIRDS
Were Poisoned in a Mysterious
Manner in Oregon.
PORTLAND. Ore. March 24 A dts-t-fc;
i to the Orgonian from Albania.
(ir aa'- At Monkeri. iu Linn county
a m;n'r ani - hiid are dead as the result
of a ir aterbO'a diaeaae or pnisrn that
attacks tn throat. A iarge number of
thicken ilmlur j affected hav died aa
base ia'gf numWi of wiid birds whKh
ha kiV-J the place T!i rtctima f
the mvraro'is affft'-tlon ar Mn. Thomas
McLir. and hr i it tie daugnter.
THE PEACH CROP
About Waco Was Cut Down
now that corn k
the fracsa of ! .
Cojnt of the -
Fruit la not c -
teed tfiat tt
heavy and i '
ot to wire tl.-
aaM thta nor
ware killed b-
to maaa a g -Is
be a good tr-.-a
TTafPSON T -1
ginTl i nan by
was fotana d-a
ssey's U winer '-a
J -r' 1 br
r s any
' r. ac-
" p- hea
n iTh ft
. Shipped Hogs to Houston
TATIiOR. Txaa. March 3 J. W For-
Wod ager:t f'-r trie H Jston Packing
compa&y uf Houston today shipped three
cars of fat h--ga to h.l houw T make
six cam tha: this firm ai--n ha "hipp-l
".' f Taylor this week ani as U-ng s
th- pries reoisiris at the prva.!Jng h:gii
flguri- of this weak. mr. more rai
Irt - rs wtll be shipped from this poinL
' to bavw beer.
Houston P0st 5ctaJ.
OVERTON. Taxas. March S3 -ThU
B-;orr.r.g thar;a Brudbarry. who resides
t j-i- m:ies north of town showed quite
a f r-ak of natura in a two-beaded cat.
Ii wu a kitten two or throe days old.
. sloped with two distinct heada.
It hi. 1 1 ye on bains; located In the
c-':-' ' :ts heads and oct oo aaca aide.
T - fr-as f tatura is prewerred tn ai-
cotoA. Transferred to America.
Atto. uitti Press ReParUt
STTW T F.K Ur h 21 - According to
an irn"unrnt-rT mo bar today a
t been elgr-ed traruifer-
f England work la the
i. or Panama to
al cfcjrcb in th
cot .cor da ' ttSs
ring tte Chur-
tf. r.A so- of
tL lT-)'mart F-.e-
A -a- - s-irM qr.( Rat in akin
'ream i.-.d nVtir k:a fare powVr 3Sc
Just bwy a or;-;
ritn any n wti
COFFEE 25c A POUND J
" " c'unas of a cAeaper rrad Thi a
rng- --f Loxlanne Tne aroma la delightful Air
ana "Aiut bie cewpr n m eacb oaa. Asa raw tror
Rrfly Tarlor ft Co. Limited J
nw uhmm v. a. A.
A' BAD LAW
Is Proposed Under the Guise of 4
Federal Qoarastiac Act.
INTERFERES WITH STATES
Appears to Be Prime Object of
Substitute for the William
Bill as First Drawn.
Houston Post Washington Bur tan)
WASHINGTON. March 34. Repreaenta-
tivfs Gordon Kusvell of Teaa and Cbarlas
I.. Hart let t of Georgia have submitted to
the house their minority report on the
Williams Maliory quarantine bill. With
the exceptl n of thse two gentleman ths
menilxTs of the committee on interstate
and foi'figu i-ommerce recently Joined In
a favorable report and additional time
was granted for the flliatf of a minority
Measrs. Russell and Bartlett point out
that the biU originally Introduced by Mr.
William? did not contemplate extending
and Increasing the powers of th Federal
government over the question of quaran-
tine a ii J that H did out undertake to reg-
ulate niaturs 4fc quarautine other than
that of marittrnw quarantine find i.uaran-
ilue at tha ports. Nor they say. did It
i.ndertkke to interfere with the Quaran-
tine regulations of the States or between
the States. ?hy call especial attention
u t ha fact ttiat It ex presaly provided
that nothing In tha act shall be con
strued to authorise any vessel or person
released from quarantine detention by
authority of the surjfoon general to enter
any State orv Territory or the District of
Columbia aauinyt th-r expressed oh)e-
Hon of the lawful health authorities of
such State. Territory or Oiatric;.'"
Tho substiiuiL- orfered. declares the
minority report " chnri i purpose.
of the original hi. I entirely In section 7
f this substit-ite It 1 i.T.vuled Thit It
fiiall be utiiawful for any ritate or mu-
nicipal officer or oter --- r h;niT
obsirut't r unnecessarily delay any com
mon carrier cr in ! -r ; .tn
railway train or .-ihir t'iS'.ruMi'rhiy of
commert't- t ngst. d in the t ransyort jtlon
of passenKrrs or freisrht betwn the
Matrs. pr-'Vidfd. ttiat 1 rns act snail not
be construed or umlrsttH! :is ffivln au
thority to an) person to debark or un-
load freight at any locality aninsl t:ve
State or municipal regulations of u-h
locality Any person violating the pro-
v isions 1 if 1 ls section shall ! ajui.ty of
a misdemeanor and. on conviction thereof
be puntshd by a fine not exeedinis $W0.
or be imprisoned for a period not ex- eed-
nf one year or ootn. m tne discretion or
h court." '"
The s.i me ob'evtions do nt apply to
he substitute a.i to the original bill thr
l .-p. l t j.i 1 .1110 I hen e. on U e-H -
"'If the bill sm intn-liicd was amended
In certain particulars mhlrh wrv- tugKet-
etl by the secr-tary of the treasury In a
ttr wl-.tch made a part of ihis report
it would -loubrb-ss rr t the i!niands now
befng made fr additional legislation on
ihe subj-'i of Quarantine r-gulations "
The original bill. It la ngrtl. is no
rr ore than an amendment to th- existitiff
l&w on tha subject of quarantine but th
suhetltut Is a step In the i:r-ctlon o'
having the general giivernment assume
exclusive control over all rmntirae o-iar-antlne.
ouiiranttne at the ports and be-
tween the States. It d-es n-'t carry o-ti
the ideoa of those memlers of corfcres
who a'tcndd the rhattnntotn conferenci-
last November and Is not drawn In ac-
cordance with their viws. The resolu-
tlous adopted by the confeence are cited
and it ta pointed out that they do not
u arrest or recommend that tho I'nlted
States) government shall take control of
or interfere with Interstate quarantine
except when acting in co-operation with
the aercral State boards of health.
PRESENT LAW AMPLE.
Tbi laws 0 tha United States now la
force." say Messrs. Russell and Bartjatt.
"are ample and sufficient to carry out
and enforce all necessary quarantine reg-
ulations and when they are carried out In
co-operation with the authorities of the
States as intended by all previous acts
of ongress they have always operated
hanr.oniously and for the benefit of thi
peopie.'" All of the existing acts of con-
gress and all rules and regulations made
by Federal officials bearing" on the ex-
clusion of yellow fever and other con-
tagious and infectious diseaaea. are print-
ed with the report and rTiad1 a part of it
Messrs. Russell and UarileU declare
that they believe the various States have
the authority in the exercise of their
police powers to prevent the introduc-
tion of disease ani pectilen'-e. and t- rg-
iate and conrrol such in their limits. A
number of supreme court decisions are
cited in support of tnia contention. "
do not believe therefore the report gs
on to say. "that corresa haj the power
to take exclusive control nf quarantine
matters aiimn the States or to regulate
under the commerce r;.. ..f trie con-
stitution the transportation of person
from one State in another who are In-
fected witn d:saae. or who have been ex-
posed to disease. WV believe that this
power is inherent tn the States. Mas re-
served to them by th constitution of the
I nltfcd Stales and remains there and
that the exeri.se of su n pio powers by
the Htates is not an mterfer-nce with or
an attempt to regulate commerce between
the States Wni t Ms in view we must '
insist 'Sat cect.n T of the bill Is
an effort on tf e part of ongTeas to con-
trol ani regu.a'e the po.U-e power of
the various States under the. commerce
cUue .f the 'ir.stiiuti.iM Congress hnn
never bfor undrtkn to assume con-
trol over uch transportation doubtless
because mitres t r.sn heretofore been of
the opinion that it Uad n- su h authority
under the fnpM' iti n r.-.r d.. we blievfl
It has E-en if this werp a doubtlul ques-
tion we d not ii.tric 1n.1t congress
should n-.w :nd'-r'.ike. under the. guise of
reg-ularir.g commrc- to mnk 11 a crime
for a Bate or municipal officer t-? act In
purwuarr .f w.e lawn f sm'h State or
rr.unlcipaut) pabm1 In p irsuance of the
police r-ower of tne State and to mak
such officer amenanle to the laws of the
t'nited States aiid ubjett him to punlsh-
menf by :h I'nrted States courts for at-
tempting to enforce th laws of tha
r-FFErr "p THE BILL.
8-veral other d cimor.. are then cited
snd cnrrenrK.nden'-e between the chair-
man of the Interstate and foreign com-
merce committee an1 Secretary Bhaw and
btwn Mr Bart.ett and the secretary.
Concerning this latter the report says:
'It wi:: te seen 'hat the s:Tetao of the
treaa lry doubts wh-ther a quarantine sta-
tion and ar.chor.ige sfccUd le established
at the Iery Torvjga. his reason therefor
being that Iry Tortugaa Is or.ly seventy-
fire miles from Key West. where there
la already a large and w-!l equipped
quarantine rtailon. In h n opinion the
Substitute bill does not give the Inited
iau o? finals larger a iihorty than they
Dow poseees -indr ex.st;r iaw to de-
troT. disease after it has a.-.uaily broken
' It will be observed also that the seirre-
tary concludes that shooid tie baa
local boards of health wlli r.a-..- rv. au-
thority to interfere with the riiMags of
boats and railroad trains from or.e town
to another srtd especially between points
l different Biat- and ' f.ac J ansd i- tion
ill matter" of this kind i tr:.sfwrr.-d to
the Federal courts In t ne opinion of
the s-crtary the sabeti'ie p.acn upon
the general government responsibil-
ity of polling the enur - oast imd fron-
tier for the prevention and spread of con-
taVua diaeaae and the reiief of taa
locai authofities from responsibility in
'be vrwaniaea. and he rlgr tie- concludeai
that It will raqutre a very large and ex-
pensive Foaerai fciprvtrion.
"T have ao question that the secre-
tary is right in has opinion as to the re-
sults of this Mfl ittouU tt b-oT a law "
la eonrlosaon Mi set s Rubs-It and Bart-
lett say 1 e know that In recent years
I Is fa becoming the popular ldea that
the Cat tea States govern rrent PhotTia
nil tna avllj wita watch
" f. .. ': '
II la at Mit IttlW DM to try to doctor tit
kldiMra tlwmaeima. Such tnalmant la
wronc. For th kldaaya am at uaually
tu blama tar tinlr amknaaa ar Imnlw-
Itlra Thajr hav no. power a aall-con-tmii
They ara aparatail aad artuatad
ty a Miry ahr4 at a nam vktoh la
lamly raapoaatbla far tkalr aonaltton.
If tha Kidney nerve la atrnnc and kaaitky
th ktdneya ara etron and healthy. If
tha Kidney nerve foe wronc you know
It by the trier Imble rraalt kldnay traubJe.
Thl tender nerve le only osa af a (raat
ayateaa of nervea Thl ayataaa aoatrola
not only the kidney but tha heart and
th Uvr. and the atnmarh. For atmplle-
Ity a aake Dr. Shoop haa called thla area
nerve ayatem the "Inald Nervaa." Tby
ara not tha nerve of faellnf aot tha
nerve that enable yeu to are Ik to talk
to act. to thiul. They are th master
nervaa and every vital orcaa la their
alave. The -common nam for these
narvea la th "ynv.iathetlc nervee- be-
cause each set Is In auch close sympathy
-With th others thai weakness anywhere
usually results In weakness everywhere.
Th one remedy which alms to treat
not th Kidneys themsalvea hut tha
nerves which are to blama. ta known by
physician and drufglsta everywhere aa
lr. Shoop'a Kesiorative (Tableta of
Uquldl. This remrdy la not a symptom
remedy tt ts strictly a cause remedy.
While It usually brings speedy reuf. Its
ffecta are alo lasting.
If you would Ilka to read aa Interest-
ing book on Ir.side nerve disease write
Dr. 8hoop. With the book he will also
aand the "Health Tuken"--an Intended
passport to good Health. Both tha book
and the "Health Token" are free.
For the free . . .
book and the Book on Rheumatism
"Health Token Book 1 on Dyspepata.
. Hut Uosttipisti Stock K
in the city it Our itock anrj
we hj(ve had the roost expe-
rience and have1 the v best
facilitiet 7 for teiiiag eyei.
Our price are ai low are
consistent. There :" it eVery
reason why you should pat-
ttm.k : on tha Heart.
Box 56J0. Kat'lne! Book on tha Kidneys.
Wis stut Book 4 for Women
which hook you Book 6 for Men.
Dr. Shoop's Ratoratlve Tableta give
full three weeks' treatment. Each form
liuuld or tanl'l have equal merit.
the public may be af flirted and
that congresf . and not the legis-
latures of the vartoaa States should
enact laws to correc all the existing
evils and espeetallv that the treasury
of the Inited States should bountifully
supply ! Ihe necessary funds to accom-
plish the correa tloo of such evils as may
ixist. or may be believtid to exist.
It is customary no if to look to con-
gress for the correct n of all evils to
relieve ull distress dif-eas or pestilence
and to supply out of the National treae-
ui v the necessary fi ads. If this ten-
dency continues and shall continue to
c encouraged by the enactment of such
laws the day is not fur distant when
the Htates. through their legislatures
will have very little t do either In the
enactment of laws or the appropriation
and expt'idlture of mo ley to carry on the
bustmea of governme it All power and
authuritv w.ll be ct-ntraltxed in the Na-
tional legislature and all appropriations
viii be L.!it for o jt of the rlera.
treasury. While that day may coma we
do not care by our xotee to hasten Its
coming or to approve legislation that
locks to the accomplishment of such an
end " " Arthur Williams.
svis vesTSD rass
Sure Cure for
Liver Complaint Blliousoiss
Sick and Hsnrous Hiadaches
and 11 Irregularities of the
Stomach and Liver
EVERY BOTTLE GUARANTEED
Bring this ad to Smith Drug Co.
802 Preston and receive a trial
SMITH DRUG CO.
WILBUSH DRUG GO.
A BOON TO HOUSEKEEPERS.
Monument to the Pennsylvania
(Atsociaied Press Report.
VTCKSBl RO. Ms.. March 24.-Sur-rounded
by their staffs In brilliant uni-
forms and hundreds o' the veterans of
the war between the States In their faded
uniforms of blue and gray. Governors
Pennybarker of Pennsylvania and Var da-
man of Mississippi this afternoon an veiled
and dedicated the monument erected by
the State of Pennsylvania In tha Vlcks-
burg National Prk tn memory of her
troops that participated in the siege and
capture of vlcksourg by General Grant
The scene was aa Inspiring one fiQOt
citisena and a regiment of State troops
being ma.d about the monument site
while distinguished clttaens of half a
do sen States occupied seats on the speak-
ers stand. The ceremonies were opened
with a parade through streets profusely
decorated in the National colors and lined
b cheeri ig thouaan is. One cf the pret-
tiest features of the ceremonies in the
ftrk a a- the slngir g of patriotic s ngs
v ) school children each of whom car-
rfed a miniature American flag. Speechea
were made by Governors Penny backer and
Varda::ian. Chief Clerk Schofield of the
war department and General James A.
Beaver an ex-governor of Pennsylvania
srrf (Jen-ral Stephen D. Lee commander
in chief of the United Confederate Vet-
eran" wiHle Miss Lillian von Schwenk of
Pennsylvania and Miss Laura Campbell
of Mied&fciipi pulled the silken cords that
released the draped flags about the
CASE OF MANN
Is to Be Carried to the Highest
(Hnnjtnn Post Special.
NEW YORK. March 24 -Martin W. Lit-
tleton the attorney of Colonel William
I' Alt! n Mann of Town Topics notoriety
announces that he will carry the case of
Ms client t. the highest courts and that
Colonel Mann will not stand trial on the
cnarge of. perjury if he can poasibly help
It The colonel asserts that the grand
Jury trespassed on his constitutional
rights when it went over the head of a
marjdtrate before whom the charge waa
pending and brought in a true bill The
colonel contends that such a proceeding"
The most improved method to free a
house of large or small roaches is to use
the contents of a box of "Peterman a
Roach Food" at one time. Shake It on
Joints so some of It will penet rate and
remain to keep the premises continuous-
ly free. Roaches eat it aa food; It is the
most destructive remedy on this earth to
them and It will not scatter them to
other places to live and multiply
BEOBUG8 "Peteimani Discovery"
take it up In the circu-
lation when going over
wh-re it la brushed on
lightly. It's Invaluable
If brushed on beds when
apart and on back of
f)lctur frames mould-
ngs. etc- It will not
rust or harm furniture
or bedding. Odorless and not poisonous.
"Peterman's Discovery" .liquid) In
neaible. handy cana for. cracks waJLa.
mattresses etc. Odorless non ex plosive.
"Peterman's Ant Food" A strong pow-
der to kill and drive away ants also
water beetles or black beetles in one
"Petermsn's Rat-mouse Food" makes
rats or mice wild; they will leave and not
Take no other; as time may be even
more Important than money.
Originated In 1873. Perfected in 1906 by
VYm. Frterman. Wfg. Chemist bi. 5 U
West r.th St.. New York City; London.
Eng ; Montreal p. Q
Sold by all druggists In Houston and
throughout the United States.
Is Illegal and he declares that he will
take the matter up to the supreme court.
The charges arise from the testimony
given by Colonel Mann at the trial of
Norman Hapgood regarding the Initials
"W D. M." on the Count Regit .aid Ward
letter. This is the first large case which
Mr. Littleton haa taken up since his re-
tirement from the office of borough presi-
dent and it gives promise of becoming
a famous case.
An Oklahoma RotftJaiic.
(Prom the Dover. O. T. News )
A Dover man sent a shirt to the laun-
dry and by mistake a woman's ntghtle
waa returned to him. He looked her up
mingled his bluahes with hen while ex-
ehar.r"ar the roods and later married
her. How's that for ft romantic shirt tale
la society circles?
To Cure a Cold in One Day
Take LAXATIVE BROMO Quinine Tab-
leta Druggists refund money If it fails
to cure E. W. GROVE'S signature la oa
each box. Sc.
The buFines. reputation of our Directors is sufficient guarantee that
the interests of every depositor will be carefully protected
American Bank & Trust Co.
211 MAIN STREET HOUSTON TEXAS
C. A. BEASLEY Prasldant; W. W. VAUOHAN. Caahlar;
STERLING MVER Vic Praat.; r. a BELK. Asst. Cashlar.
A. 8. CLEVELAND.
Wm. D Cleveln4 V Hon. Whol
t. A. CAJ4GILL.
Baldwin CargHI. Wholesale frail
1. C. BERINd.
Baling-Cortea Hardwire Company.
J J 8BTTEGA8T. JR.
' Capitalist. Bins Settagaat.
DR. J08. A. MI LLEN.
C. A. BEASLET. PRESIDENT
First Vice Prasldant Texas Bankers'
STKRLTNQ MTEB Vice President.
Hunt at Myer. Attorneya
J. W. BUTLER.
President first National Bank Clif-
ton Texas and Secretary Texaa
JAMES D. DAWSON.
President Fidelity Cotton Oil and Fer-
A. L NELM8.
Merchants National Bank of Houston
Capital and Surplus. - $300000
raiTED STATES DEPOSITORY
INTEREST ALLOWED ON TIME DEFOSITS
L H. EEsTTPNlTB T. C. tTPTTN. J. 1. THOMPSON. C. O PILLOT.
Vloe Praat. Vic Praat. Vice Press.
W. H BDSUtT. Caahlar.
With Spring freshness
OUR whole store is atloom with Spring freshness. We have
clothing from some of the hest makers in America and otfr
line of sizes runs bom the smallest to the largest taking in
stouts and slims. We can fit almost any man and the val
ues stand at the top of the season. All suits
have the latest shoulders and lapels side or
center vent in skirt of coats s v
Ball and B.t FREE
with Knee Panti
Suit at $3.00 and up
.Men's Fine Suits'
In tira newaart of Worsteds Csssimeres Flannels and
Serges. The many shades jf gray prevail In color;
blacks and blues also a noticeable feature.
Prices range from 135 00 to $10.00
Young: Men's Suits
A distinct feature of our clothing section. Butts that
are designed fabric coloring and style especially
for young men and that gives him a distinctiveness
aside from men of older years. Prices
range from !0.(W 85.00
A Blue Serge Suit
And it is "A Beauty
Certainly a value unusual at these times when all
woolen goods are high. When the manager decided
to advertise this 111.50 serge he said: "Now you
cau't write anything too good about these suiis:
they're absolutely the best all round clothing value I
ever saw. They fit better the style is correct the
Oswego Serge they're made of Is seldom put Into a
suit of this price and the finish ts 'way above the
price. They come In double and single breasted
two and three-piece Bulls mohair and serge half
lined. Sizes from 33 to 46 chest; stouts slims longs
and regulars we can fit most any man
with one of these at $12.50
That Cap the Cllmaa
of Good Looks.
Imperials both soft and
stiff new Spring styles
and correct in
onUine; price.. $3.00
"If It s a Stetson It's
good" eve r y b o d y
knows It. New shapes
are here and all tha
$4.00 to S10.O0
Stetson No Name
New shapes and a new
thing In hats; guaran-
Any of the abova
tats can be bad in
oft or derby shapes.
Cluett. Regent Mon
arch Columbus Mono-
gram and Wacbusett
makes every one a
standard of good ma-
terials and perfect fit;
sizes 134 to 19 neck
measure and sleeve
lengths aa long aa It
The Columbus Shirt
Made very large
through chest for large
men; sizes up to 19
Balbriggan gauze and
lisle thread short or
long sleeves; drawers
knee or ankle length;
prices a garment
1100. 75c and....50)
Special Balbriggan Un-
sleeves and legs
Just received a large
shipment of new lisle
thread Sox. fancy and
50c and 25)
Exclusive Boys' Store
( Second Floor )
Is known as "where you can get
what you want when you want
it. And reguard less of our pre-
vious leadership we have eclipsed
all records in having THE VA-
RIETY OF LEADING STYLES IN
THE TOWN. But everybody claim
"leadership don't they? Pshaw I
they should know better. : : : :
A Few Boys
Boys' Norfolk Bait half lined single breasted
coat bloomer pants with buckle at knee
loops for bait medium and light gray mix-
ture; usually a 6.00 article; sizes
4 to 14; price $3.50
Boys' Double Breasted Suit coat half lined paattt
full cut with belt loops all wool blue serge very
di-essy and serviceable for this time of year;
sies 6 to 17 years; price S&.00
Summer Worsted Double Breasted Half Lined Suit .
light medium and dark gray all pure wool; a
very stylish article; sizes 8 to 17; price $6.50
Oyster Gray 8ult a very swell thing double breasted
half-lined deep collar broad lapels side or ceater
vents: nude with linen and haircloth Interlining
and will not get "out of plumb;" sizes 10 to s
16 years: prices $8.50 and $7.50
Careful reading ts usually rewarded.
Blouse Suits Eton or sailor collar bloomers or
straight pants new gray summer worsteds prettily
trimmed and embroidered; very dressy for
little men; sizes t to 10 years; price .. $5.00
Buster Brown Suit with bloomer pants double
breasted effect; shoulder fastenings leather belt to
match ; made of summer serges and the nobby
gray worsteds; sizes 2 to 6 $6.50
Boys' Spring Hats
The "Crichton." a new telescope with plsin or fancy
band dip front colors pearl black and blegs);
prices. $1.50 and $1.00
For the Little Tots
An Immense array of neat headwear made of silk
linen madras duck and straw the assortment la
very complete snd prices range to suit any one.
The aeaaon's newest novelties; prices range
from 15.00 to 50 1
Patent Leather Tarns
For boys and girls welt crown and very light
weight; color black; price 754
Blouse Waists and Shirts
For boys a full line; nothing la this department
wanting; every conceivable style and all
slses; prices $1.00 75c and 504
Underwaists 50c and 25c
Summer weight. Ideal Samson. H. A W. ani Naa-
aretn tinderbodiea and suspender waists; slses
I to 1$ years; prices 50c and 254
New Spring Silks all aglow wtth pretty dealing;
Fonr-in-Hands Strings Bows and Windsors;
50c 25c and 154
K. H. Calpthon &- Company
Men's Store First Floor. Boys' Store Second Floor.
Commercial National Bank
Sirplu ul frtflri trir $450000011
F. K. 1TE
A. N. LCWIi
PTE & LKWIfiL
- Klaaa Building.
Tatepboaars: Old 4M and 4rf; ftaw 4N.
Th reader wtw tails t realise tb
value f tna little wants is anlaatBf a saeat
Interesting; part of the paper feat aaa
ax aiwajs ialaTaatlag .
Union Bank and Trust Co.
Paji 4 on saving! aoconnts because the rate and demand
for good loans are sufficient to warrant it in doing ao. It
believe in dividing the profit with the wage earner.
Any amount from $1.00 to 12500-00
'aaXSOURCLS. TWO MILLIONS IN SIX MONTHS
T. W. HOUSE Banker
Transact a General Banking Bueineaa. SPECIAL
ATTENTION GIVEN COLLECTIONS. ACCOUNTS of iadrvtta.
aUj firm corporation bank bankers and other rtjeeivwd on meet
favoraWa teTans consistent with eoond and coDawrratiy; baokLng.r
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