The Houston Post. (Houston, Tex.), Vol. 20, No. 297, Ed. 1 Friday, January 6, 1905 Page: 4 of 12
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XGUCTOJ DAILY T03T: FRIDAY MOItNIKG. JANUARY 0 Ui
' Ccart 0;cacJ Totcriij
.' r a Short $cb!o&
xtent of $210000 W81 B It
iued. If Necesury to Pay
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$32.50 STEAM ENGINE FREE
$32.50 STEAM ENGINE FREE
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Kvf ry io cent pualiaiie in our Boys' Clothing Dcpartnitint from
8 'dock this morning until 3:30 p.m. Saturday Jsnusryjl
1905. will entitle the purcher to a. chsncs tt this fine 132.00
Slem Engine with boiler and engine house combined.
Prize will be awarded at 3t39 p.m. '
Saturday January 21 1905.
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. Every een puruhaa In our Bojra' Clothing Deixtrtraent from '
' 8 o'clock this morning until 8:30 p.m. Saturday Jinuary 21
1905 will entitle- the purchaser to a chance at this fine $32.50
Steam Engine with boiler and engine house comblnrxl. ; .
Prtaewlll be awarded at 330 p.m.
Saturday January 2f( 1905.
A HMctal wotKm oC th Lntt4 (tat
rireoit an4 district court Tor th aVwth-
r aUstrtct f Tom wu cobtom1 In
this cttr Urdair laornlnt trttfe Judf
tVaUsc T. Buna prwfdlng. " .
TJ ot aurpo of th MHtoa It to
nuc ar ordara In th rsotsrshlp mal-
ts of th Klrbr Lumbar company and
th Htm oil eorr.panr o Tnw that
may b hi inirr at thla Has.
Thla amtoa will likely rtnata opra
tintU Saturday afternoon and on next
Monday a ratrular tann of ttaa court will
b eoavanM In Galvaton.
Tb flrat busln of th court was th
appointment of a spsessl uumlnsr to
tnaa tratlmony m th caa of Richard
Wood t al asaJnst Edward Conrwllsv
and other. By acrwaMnt of tb partita
T. at Kennrrly waa appointed by Judas
A kfM nnmhMP Ikt itlflriMVI VMM TT-
A . lha nfiMtu a! ' Ka pi and
amoad thos from out of town wrr
Hon. H. O. Head of Sherman. Colonel
Thoma H. Franklin of Ban Antonio and
Han. 1. T. Beatty of Jasper. Teus.
Aa application waa filed by the receiv-
er of th Kirby Lumbar company ask
ing lor auinoniy o aen viajniynve bcttv
of land situated In Shelby county for fh
'price of 17. ) per acre. It was referred
or Jodew Burn to th soeclal master
An order was entered hy Judge Bumf
requiring th rerelrer of the Klrbr I. urn.
her company bealnnina' with January 1
Mot. to pay the price of MM per KM
feat for all timber rut from the lands ol
the oil company and after July 1. Wft. to
pay for It at the rat of K per lots) feet.
WILL IBBL a Lbl.UIJl.AlU.
The annlleatWin of the receivers Of th
Houston Oil company asking for authori-
ty to Issue receiver' certificates for tn
parages of redeeming coupons for Inter-
on ana insta.in.rm oi pr.n-.iu . win-
ner certificate which became due on
August L 1M. and which waa reported
on favorably by Special Muter x-Oov-ornor
Joseph O. Bayers waa approved
by Judge Bums.
The application calls fur certificates 'n
a amount neceaaary to redeem these
coupons and Installments already due to
be used In connection with moneys al-
ready In the hands of th receivers fur
thla purpose. The certificate to be Issued
ar not to exceed the sum of Can.WD and
they ar to bear Interest si tb rste of I
per cent per annum and not to be sold
tor less than par value.
. Toe rooeivtrs are Instructed by th de-
er to net aside ana create a special
fund of all moneys owing and to be paid
by th receivers of the lumber compear
for atumpage cut from the lands of the
Judge James R. Burnett special maaur
for the Klrby Lumber company. Bled re-
port upon th following Interventions
The Barr Cash ana Package farrU-r
company of Mansfield. Ohio claim ap-
proved for t3e besides Interest aa a gen-
N. J. Ferryman. Spurger. Texas claim
approved for $44.5 as a general claim
being for merchandise checks.
Ha also reported favorably upon lit .ip-
pltcatkms 0f the receivers to pay to
George E. Downs KM. balance du on
vendor' lien notea on 300 acre of land 'n
Shelby county and to pay E. A. Blount
balance due on vendor's lien notea on lanJ
In San Augustine and Shelby counties.
- Th applkatiun of the receives to veil
land situated In Angelina and Jasner
eountlea was also reported on favorably.
i Th land according to the application
la to be sold hy the receivers for not leas
than tlSa.uW. and the object of the pro-
posed sale Is to entiafy the Judgment fur
the turn of IHBJC9.C of the Nona Mill
company which now exists as a lien upon
PERSONAL HEN HOR.
; Vr. H. C Glenn left last nlxht for
Wler Matthews of Caldwell is here o
Kd Amsler of Brenhara is here -n a
t Mines visit.
' Hon. Rufus Hnnly of t'orslcana was
among the visitors to the city y-'sierdav.
Harris Mrisskv relumed to Taylor after
a pleasant visit to his friend. Sam David
Mr. A. M. .Moris of the firm of Morris
Broa. left last night for New York on a
Mr. H. T. Williamson of v I William
son AY Son arlved home from St. Ijouli
Mr. and Mr. 8n'; Buernstein retu-.ied
bum thjs a'Arntng from Isiulsvllle Ky..
nhera th. v apvnt the holldey.
Mlsa Mshl IMvl-i returned tn Austin
Tuesday mnrnina sfter a delightful visit
to her mother Mrs M David. ?M Hamil-
ton. Alice and Idu Mlddleton. arter spend-
ing th holidavs with their parents. Mr.
and Mrs. L A. Mlddleton. returned to
C happell Hill school.
Meexra. J. O. and Henrv Dudley re-
turned yesterday from their holiday trip
to friends and relatives In Florida and
report u pleasant time.
' Major Bonnelte. in charge of tile Texa
division Salvation Army will be in Hous-
ton Monday night and speak tit th"
Army's meeting on the street and In the
hall. Prrlrie avenue and Fnnnin street.
" Major Bnnettc c.ime to Houaton from
has new hendousrters at Dallas.
STRANGER THAN FICTION.
' A Remedy Which Has Revolutionized
' th Treatment of otomach Trouble.
. Th remedy is not heralded a a won-
tierful discovery nor yet a aecrei patent
. inediclne. neither Is It claimed to cure
anything except dyspepsia indigestion
and tomaen t roubles with which nine
out of ten suffer.
Til remedy is In the form of pleasant-testing
tablets or knenge. contain-
ing vegetAbl and fruit essences pure
pseotie pepsin (government test) golden
eat and diastase. The tablet ale acid
tiy druggists under the name of Stuart a
3ynepsla Tablets. Many Interesting ex-
periment to test the duresttv power of
Btuarfe Tablet ahow that one grain nf
th active principle contained In them Is
ufftclent to thoroughly digeat 3000 eralns
of raw meat eggs and other wholesome
Stuart' Tablets do not act unon the
bowala Ilka after dinner trill and rhean
... cathartics which simply Irritate and In-
flam the Intestines without having nnv
effect whatever In digesting food or cur-
'-If the stomach can he rested and a-
slsted m the work of digestion It will
' Very oon recover Its norm) vigor as
ho organ Is so much abused and over-
- worked aa the stomach.
This la the secret. If there Is any se-
mi of. th remarkable Sucre as of Stuart'
Dyspepsia Tablet a remedy oractlcallv
unknown a few years ago and now the
most widely known of any treatment for
This sucoesa ha been secured entirely
upon It merit a 9 digestive pure and
simple because there .can be no stomach
trouble If the food Is promptly digested.
Stuart' Dyapepata Tablets act entirely
m the food eaten digesting It complete-
ly so that It ean b assimilated Into
blood nerve and tissue. They cure dys-
pepsia water brash sour stomach gas
and bloating after meal because thev
furnish the dlgeatlve power which weak
rtomuchs lack and unless that lack Is
supplied It I nseless to attempt to cur
rv th tut of "tonics." "Dills" and
rnthartlr which have absolutely no di-
Stuart Dvimensla Tablets can be
found at all drngs store and the regular
nso of one or two of them after meata
will demonstrate their merit better Una
any other argument.
Crowded from its space on the third floor to make way for our great toy department our Men's and BoysVCIothlng Stock has
for four months past been crowded Into a little out-of-the-way corner where cramped and packed In unsightly heaps It has
been impossible to make fair sales and In consequence January has found us with $20000 worth of Men's and Boys' most'
dependable Clothing on hand.-This Clothing must be dosed out. The following prices will surely accomplish this end:
MEN'S SUITS M1Q
worth $7.50 and $8.00
Men's Winter and Bprtng Suit of all wool material
come In olll colon stripe and mliture; the iulta
are actuallr worth 7.00 and $8.00.
MEN'S SUITS rc 0
worth $8.00 and $10.00 WiHO
Th! Hoe Include iuch weares. a All Wool Scotch Tweeds
and English Worsted; come In black solid rotor and
mixture; all lateet t)'lee; real 18.00 and 1 10.00 ralne.
MEN'S suits rp no
worth $10.50 and $12.00 w)Di00
This Is an excellent line of ults. made of fine and newest
weaves in the latest cut: Include blacks mixtures and
the new mixtures In the silk hair line effect: not a suit
in the lot but would be good ralue at $10.00 or even $12.00.
NEW NO-TSU-OH OFFICERS
And Directorate to Conduct This Year's Great
The Financial Statement Shows
$5345 Retiring President
Is Due Tribute to
N?w fflrr unf. JirTlori of th V-Tiu-Oh
Btwortatlnii m rhnnpn at th
rental mtlnir h-M Inst niprlit in th
BuslneM Lwiffw room the report rf
th rrtlrtnff pwWrnt w i heard nnd
the treasurer prMMit1 hl Ftaini"nt of
l he- flnanfi of th 1904 Cirnlval.
The .ftlon ramlted In th following
twin nmtl an ofri -rm for the year
JC: Churls I -toldlna;. prirlnt;
William D. lfv land. Jr.. vice prnldpnt;
0orfxs N. Torrey. ( rftarv ; Hyman
lvy. treamin r Wrectom w?re flectM
us foJlowo W Tonnor. F A. IMt-
mann. Ovorve Wt rfield. E. W. I(utch-
Innon. William I Hobby. T. A. rarstll.
M K- Foster K. R Spool n. William
Buugh. I l'"1 ' umphell. Hrfrry D. la.
A ronstltulloniil tinriidmpnt was adopt-
ed which provlflpf. that In the future di-
rector mil! immifiHU'd and elected
Hcrupdlrur 10 th- ai niimement now ef-
teillve with th Bniitneia Iafiie. tn
effx-t lliw flmendrnt-nt authortiei tha
nomination of dihl- th number of dl-ie-ion
from hli h nominated Hot tha
aiwovlatlon will i-hooae the eleven dlrer-
lon The otflrern nominated as
In the paat
Preard-nt Pwlmer'n report win a ronrta
and complete nummary of the Carnival
of VH. reviewing the work of the mit-
rntriR dt rectory In prenarlnn the featura
and In enjtlneerina Hnnaton'a Kreal mid-
winter festival whiih ha now come tt
le a State affair
RKT1RING PRESIPEVT'8 REMARKB.
The prenldent f remarks were as fol-
lows: "I feel (hit the directory linU no
i-auae or occasion to apoloRiie fT lha
Carnival of IHOt. fr the affair iris len
everywhere conceded a noteworthy and
ucceaaful achievement. Foltowing a set
of officers who had given a week s en-
tertainment thnl surpassed all previous
effort. I conaldered that we could make
no Improvement except tn adding tn tho
memberanlp of th. association and the
rerord ehows that we swelled the roll
conalderahlv through the combined ef-
forts of several of the more enthusiastic
' However our Carnival scored a com-
plete success. W gave two new rVat-
urea the flower parade and the se.-ret
order parade both of which were splen-
did productions The night parade and
th king's pHtride were rtoikpous and
beautiful creations; the Mldwav gave
entire satisfaction; the Illumination was
perfect and the b;.ll was perhaps th
biggest euccess of all being In evr-rv re.
peet a Carnival ball. The Auditnritm
interior was converted into a palace nnd
In the matter of costumes we scored a
distinct sucres. The Nu-Tau-Oh pins a
new feature ad this year pre now
proudly worn hy numbers of the heat
ladles of Houston us souvenirs of the
gorgeous king s ball of 1W4. B it better
than everything i lac. the finance have
b"n n succes.
A TIRJZLF.SS WORKER
"All of this has lietn done hy fourteen
of the lest v.'nikers In th organization.
Tt would consume too much time tn tail
of the good vmk of a h but I take the
llbertv of mentioning the name of one
whoe t'liihutdusm and cnegry never
waned who was Interested in everything
that made for the success of the Carnival
of 1904-Mr. Bud Connor. Jr On twth
the parade and membership committees
he was a lending spirit working tire-
lessly for the success of the night parade
planning; and working when he whs not
rustling; in new iiienil;r When the
finance committee got ttuvy. Bud waa
mixed up In that and. in fact wherever
there wa work to be done he was there
and ready to do It. What i true of Mr.
Connor la true also of other members of
"Especial mention may be made of th
following for work done In the respective
committees: Bali. William f). Cleveland.
Jr.; Illumination. J. C. Bering: Midway
C. H. Taylor (deceaseds membership.
Frank Jones; flower narade and music.
Oeorge N. Torrey and T. J. Anderson;
advartialne-. Horace Booth : t ransoorta-
tlon. C. F. Parker; Invitation. Oeorre
Gibbons. Jr.: king's arrival. John Tizon.
Jr.: night parade. W. C. Connor. Jr.
Bertary George P Brown of th
Business League ex-offlclu member of
STOCK Of Ml ID
a Cash Balance on Hand of
Gives Credit Vi here Credit
C. Harry Taylor.
the directory helped in a thousand ways
to make the puccees of the Carnival for
lf04- He was Invaluable in every com-
mittee and did work In alt.
' It In impossible to try to enumerate
the various mem hern outside the direc-
tors who helped in the achievement of
the pat year If I undertook to mention
any 1 would flight some.
Taking the affair all in all. it I an
achievement worthy of Houston and tho
directory feels proud of its part In th
achlev enient To the Incoming directory
e offer greeting Ief the annual fe.
tival improve aa the years go hy and
may the If Carnival be better than the
The report of the treasurer was read by
Secretary 'loldlng. Treasurer Ievy telng
unavoidably detained from the meeting.
The financial statement was preceded by
a short expression from Mr. Levy re-
garding the affairs of his office. Among
other rrfaners a as the recommendation
that the treasurer be placed under bond.
Following is the complete statement:
Refund ISO! detective work 7
Membership 6.77a m
Bunscrlptlon 4.62 SO
Decoration concession ' oft
Midway (.is gM
Confetti 196 M
Cash balance 1903 2.39
U 4671 74
King s rreeptlon
Secret society parade ..
Cash balame n hand
. ft u
. 1.430 n
. .Mi OS
An Auditing commit!.-? was appointed to
Ri over thr treasurer's report and report
to the association the following being
iiHmd on tlie committee: H. W. Cortes
W W Thomas and E. Coles.
A motion to Mineiid the constitution
by irovtitlnK for the nomlnntlon and elec-
tion of offirt'is and directors according
to th. manner pursued by the Business
IfaRu. .an madf hy G. J. Palmer sec-
onded and unanimously carried.
THIIIITK TO C. HARRY TAYLOR.
On Invitation of the president. Mr. B.
F Honot-r addressed the meeting on tin
death of the lale director. Mr. Harry
Taylor. Mr. Bonner said In part:
'1 do noi reel that my command of the
Kng!ili language iN adequate to an ex-pri-SHlori
of the sorrow felt st the loss to
this uMHoclatloTi. to Houston to (I might
rnyi the Htnte of Texas through the
deal!) of Ihls most worthy man He was
known throughout Hounton. and all who
knew him lire grleyed at Us demise.
U'lieo h came from Galveston to this
illy three jears ago he brought with him
all I lie eneigy ever Incorporated Into ons
soul. The lu?lneMH men of Houston ap-
preciated Mi. Taylor for his enthusiasm
tlevollon anil earnestness and I can not
express in too high terinH the good work
he rendered thlx assuclal Ion. And I say
t are going to miss him. Going to miss
him more more as the years wear
Mr. Bonner concluded by moving that a
committee be appointed to draft suitable
resolutions of respect to the memory of
C. Harry Taylor. The motion carried
and the following were appointed the
committee; B. F. Bonner. William P.
Hohhy and John Charles llsrrts.
RETIRING OFFICERS THANKED.
A rising vote of thsnks was tendered
tits retiring offltTrs and director.
Addresses of thsnks and appreciation
were made by the new president Charlta
I. Oolding; th new secretary. Gor
I $J torrey and "81" Connor wbt
worth $2.50 to $16.50
Extraordinary values complete assortment of latest styles
and most desirable patterns are the principal features
of thla line of Men's Suits In black and mixtures; some
double-breasted styles; these suits could not be bought
regularly for less than $12.50 and up to $16.50 a milt.
worth $17.50 to $22.50
Fine Dress and Business Suits of finest pure wool plain
weaves and mixtures; also the fine silk hair line weaves;
single and double-breasted styles; these would be splen-
did values at $17.50. $20.00 and $22.50.
MEN'S CRAVEINETTEScii ft
worth $15.00 and $20.00 at 4"
C. D. GOLDING NEW PRESIDENT OF THE N0-TSU-0H.
so highly commended in the speech of tho
The annual meeting for the year lflio
adjourned having elected h directorate
and set of officers that In Itself Insures
the success of this year s Carnival Pits
Went Oolding. Vice President Cleveland
and Secretary Torrey were all valuable
members of the last directorate and did
much toward the success of the recent
Carnival. Treasurer Levy la kept In th
position where he has served the associa-
tion 0 faithfully and efficiently In ih
past. A magnificent festival and gnu;-
ous pageant of unrecorded proportion
may be rctd by the people of Tf x.n
for next November
ATTENDANCE WAS SMALL
But Little Business Was Trans-
acted by Manufacturers'
The smsll attendance at tile meeting
the Houaton Manufaiturers' association.
s well aa the further fact that tin-
president Mr. W. 8. Mc.Neal. and Messrs.
J. 8. Daugherty and J. J. I'astorlja ow-
ing to the press of buslneas Incmnmnt
upon them with the pjienlng of tlie new
yesr. have not perfected their plans for
tlx carrying cut of their project In tho
proposed work of the association suf-
ficient to lay them before the members
ther wa but little business transnctwi
at the meeting. Mr. W. CI. Burchrlel.l.
l-unrAntlntr tt V. IVrclVSl A. Co.. mallll-
facturers of a wcod preservallve end
tornado proor composiiion. was m "
the association and expressed a desire
or the part of his company to locale ami
establish a manufacturing plant for 111"
manufacture of their good In this r!t.
but had no pre position In a langllil
shape so the association could take liocl
of the matter. Through Mr. Burchfh l.l
lh association will take up thla work
and open 'correspondence with the coni-
fany with a view to locating a plant In
The meeting adjourned to meet on cull
of ths president anil secretary later In
the month. It waa alwo determined t
have an open meeting of the sssia-iati i
during the month ol January.
There were elgh mw iippllcetloni loi
membership before the soclatlon jii! .ll
were dulv elected The names of the
new members : dinltted to memb. rshlp
Inst evening were: Houston MurHIo
works. Ous Brhulter. proprietor; ft. M.
Bamberg E. C. Robertson. W. H. Coyle.
A W Wlllson. orceldent Houston Build-
ers' exchsnge. j. H. O D.uinell. W. (i.
Burehfleld sni Herrr.ar Llpuett.
TRINITY EPISCOPAL CHI'RCH-
Corner Louisiana and Drew. Rev. T. .1.
Windham rector. Today being the
Epiphany or the manifestation of Chrlet
to th Oentlles. holy communion will be
celebrated t 10 a. m.; litany will be held
at 4 p. m : the Guild will meet at 3 p. m. ;
th choir will meet at 7;30 p. m.
Ther I n undelivered telegram at ttie
Office of the Western Union TelesrTli
oompany tor Mas Solonutn. (Very lm-
pomnt) - .. . .
DR. KINDRED OF NEW YORK
Arrives in City Discusses Cli-
matic Conditions of
I)r John Joseph Kindred of the River
Crest. Astoria. N Y . sanitarium who
will he among the leaders In the great
Soullicrn Pacific hunting and fishing trip
Ihrnugli Wet Texan arrived in the city
yesterday monihig and spent several
hour? here In ernf.-rencr with Colonel
John T Patrick prior to his return to
Hun Antonio in ihe afternoon to Join
his family whom he had stationed at
the Motel Menger on hif way southward.
Dr. Kindred Is an old friend of Colonel
lntri''k'. He Is especially interested
lu tlie trip as It promises the finding of
th loiig-soiiglil-for climatic conditions
will' ll are necessary for the relief of
rheumatism pulmonary affections and
cntairhal troubles which require cli-
matic conditions other than that to be
found lu any part of the country yet
discovered ly learned scientists even
California and Klorld.i not being suf-
ficiently free from moist and heavy at-
mosphere though having the desired
warmth to satisfy the exacting; necessi-
ties l these ailments.
Ill discussing climatic conditions. Ir.
Kindred mentioned to a Post representa-
tive yesterday afternoon that there were
two conditions which lie hoped to find
in Western Texas which arc to he found
nowhere else evenness of temperature
that Is. with but ii slight change of teni-
perature from noon till midnight and
the same tlie ear round and tlie lack
of iHimiiiilv. which means lack uf damp-
ness or moisture. While Florida and Cal-
ll'nnilu have the first easentlnl they luck
the latter says Di. Kindred. lie believes
llrat Western Texas offers these climatic
conditions atnl doesn't hesitate to state
that his condition is much Improved when
In the air of the let Kio country wht'lu
he has prev iously iuveatlgated conditions.
Should he find after Investigation that
the IK-I Kio country docs iffer such con-
ilillons as he believes It dm-s he. with
others promises to esiabllsh a sanita-
rium of mammoth capacity and offer to
the people of the counlrv suffering with
the mentioned troubles lelief. which ill
no other pari of the L'nlted Stales is
lr. Kindred discussed freely fhc cli-
matic conditions of Texas. California and
Florida he having spent much time in
each of these Htstes. and doesn't hesitate
to give Texas the preference. Mention
of tne proposed erection of a mammoth
sanitarium hss already appeared In The
Post. lr. Kindred will spend the re-
mainder of the time prior to the start-
ing of the party In Houston and H.in
Osona. Texas. January S It Is reported
that John Young has sold his ranch In
Pscos county to Russell Kill tt Corder.
The ranch enmprlse KO.ooo acres of land
and h4 I sl. n '
MEN'S ODD COATS
By some unexplalnable blunder our clothing salesmen
have sold the pants to quite a number of Men's Fine
Suits thereby leaving 'the coat and veat without panta
to match; we propose to clear these odd coats and rests
out very quickly at the following ridiculously low price;
the coat and vest of Suits marked st $8.00 to J Qg
$15.00. for isi9w
worth $10.00 and $12.50
Men's Overcoats of fine pure wool fabrics in hesvy and
medium weights; full and threo-qiiarter lengths. Other
Houston store have offered these coats at $10.00 and
$ 2.01 and termed them bargains at those 9 Cf
prices; our price only I iwV
.Men' Rpnuinr Cravenette Coat in belted back
line Overt-oatu in all styles;
and $20.00 Coats for .
NEWS OF THE CITY.
HOP TONIGHT -The regulir Houston
Tiunvereln hop will occur tonight.
NEW M KM PER. The name of V. W.
fllude was yesterday posted for member-
ship lu the Houston Business League.
THE ni'II.DERS' EXCHANGE will
hold its meeting Monday night at X o'clock
tn the rooms of the Business League.
KAHt IIROI'SDS IMPROVEMENT
CI. 1'R - There will be an important meet-
ing of the Fair liroiiicls Improvement dub
tonight In the Fannin school.
THE 1.AIME8 AID SOCIETY of the
Liberty avenue Baptist church will meet
ihls afternoon at 3 o'clock. All members
are ieqiieste.1 to lie present as there will
Is election of officers for this yeir.
TKMPEKANCK LEGION.-The llrun-
ner. Loyal Temperance legion will hold
lis regular meeting In the tabernacle on
Washington street. Friday at 3 p. m..
WOMEN TO MEET -Central Women's
Chilsllan Temperance l'nlo will meefat
1 o'clock this afternoon at the resldenc
of Mrs. C'harWs H. Stadtler. corner
Gray and Chcncvert stte is.
THE IiKI'lililSTS' ASSOCIATION of
Houston h Id its regular monthly meet-
ing jeetenluy afternoon In the nsma of
the Business League. Tlie rg.inlx:itlon
starts lh new year In excellent condition.
lJEEP WATER COMMITTEE -Colo v l
Charles Pllllnghnm. chairman of the de-p
water committee calls nn Important meet-
ing of that biwly. in be held In the rooms
of- the Houston Businees League this
morning at II o'clock. Matters of Impor-
tance will he brought up and all members
arc urged to attend.
MARRIED YESTERDAY -Justice of
the Peace MePennld yesterday rformfed
marriage ceremonies for two oung
couples the services hctng held In the
office of the e-emtv attorney. They were
as follows: Mr. William Spence and Miss
Marv J. Tavlorand Mr Julius Cahn and
Miss Julia Phillips.
"LET IS STAND TOGETHER ."-This
Is the subject of the calendar Issued by
tlie 8.i 1 v u t W n Army of this city. Above
this motto Is Hie photo of Miss Booth
who has charge of nil the fi.rces in
America. The photo Ik encircled with
two fhigs. the Stars and Stripes and the
TO COMBINE FORCK8. -There will be
a laeetlnK tonight by all the orgaHlatlnns
whl'h took part In the No-Tau-Oh cele-
bration last year and during former years
looking to comliininR the forces of oil
Into an aMsociallon lor the purchase of a
site and the erection or suitable buildings
for nccommodjitliig ull features uf tho
treat fall Festival.
JOINT INSTALLATION. Hed Oak
ramp. Woodmen of the World and the
1-idies' circle held a Jofnt Installation of i
officers for the ensuing- yenr last night in
the new hull corner of Silver nnd Wash-
ington streets The exercises w.ere elab-
orate and In connection with the .exerclsos
a Christmas tree ludei ivlth many useful
gifts furnished an interesting feature.
THE A DELPHIAN LITERARY SO-
CIETY of the Hoiirion High school will
entertain its rrlemls this afternoon at J
o'chs k at mii entertainment that promises
to he of engaging Interest. Htudents and
lovers of art will find special delight in
the affair which Is styled "An Evening
With Rembrandt." There will be other
features of more genernl Interest.
STOI.li FROM SWEETHEART. George
Johnson a young negro was arrested late
Wednesday night on the charge of Ihoft
on two counts warrants from Judge
McDonald's court having been Issued for
tillll. It was clinrged that ho had called
at the home of his sweetheart and that
while there stole u quantity of clothing.
He was bound over to tlie grand Jury yes-
terday. WATCH PARTY. Mis. Annie Hutchin-
son of 1S17 .McKlnney avenue gave a
mere' watch party last Saturday night.
Games were Indulged In until the wailing
of the year. A grand display of fire-
works welcomed 1906. Hountiful refresh-
ments were served in the dining room
whtch was beautifully decorated wllh
holly and mistletoe. Almut twenty guest
enjoyed hi hostess' hospitality.
RECEIVED BAD NSWB.-Mr. J. 8.
Pendleton who wet autlnf. Juryman
worth $4.50 and
Boys' Suit In all styles; Buster Brown Norfolk Russian
Blouse Styles; spring and winter weight; sell regularly
at $4.00 and $5.00 suit
worth $6.50 to $8.00 at
Full line of Boys' and Youths' Overcoats tn newest
style and most dependable and durable kinds; size. 3
to 10 years; well worth $0.50 and $$.00.
BOYS' OVERCOATS (ft 7c
worth up to $4.50 at 0 1 3
Boys' Military Style? Overcoats with double breast and
two rows of brass buttons and have military emblems
embroidered on sleeves; all colors; sizes 4 to 8 years.
In the court of Judge Ashe yesterday re-
ceived Ihe sad intelligence late In th
afternoon from his home In !.. Porte to
the effect that his child hod died. No
further Information was given and Mr.
Pendleton waa at a loss to account for
the cause of the death.
JOINT INSTALLATION. -The mem-
bers of the George B. McC'lellan Post I
Grand Army of the Republic Department
of Texus and ladles of Women s Belief
Corps will hold their Joint Installation of
officers for the ensuing year on Friday
evening. Januarv 6 at I p. m. sharp at
their hall. Jlliu Main street. The Installa-
tion services of the ladles Is particularly
Interesting. All members of Post and
corps and sirarufers of other posts nnd
corps and the public are cordially inrlted
to attend. .
ART CALENDAR. Roberts the art
photographer yesterday distributed a
beautiful calendar for ths year 135. It
Is a work of art and an appropriate rep-
resentation of the business of the estab-
lishment Issuing it. A large photo of
M.ixlne Elliott actress nnd wife of-Nut
Goodwin together with her autograph
furnishes the center. Miss Elliott Is re-
puted to ! the prettiest ectress on the
stage and the photo portray hsr at her
WORE A Sl'N BONNET A whit
woman was arrested yesterday by Officer
Whittington on the charge of theft and
wua locked up In the police station. It
was alleged that she has been carrying
on a systematic scheme of theft for th
past several days. The real estat office
of Morrow on Main street was robbed
his spectacles and number of trinkets
taken from his desk. Berleth the printer
on Texas avenue also aufiered. many
trinkets being taken from his office. Dr.
Turner wss also a victim. The woman
wore a sun bonnet and gained entrance
Into the office In ths guise of beggar.
It w;is noticed tht with her disappear-
ance the trlnketa would also disappear.
A warrant was sworn out against her.
PROGRESSIVE PEANUT. In an In-
formal way Mr. and Mrs. J. M Mathes
entertained a number of their friends at
the fascinating game of progressive pea-
nut Tuesday evening. The parlors still
retained the chrlstmastlde decorations
wlilch were very cheerful and artlsUc
A string band In the music room lent
enchantment to the occasion aj did also
the ringing laughs and merry voice of
the young people. Delicious refreshments
were served and when "Good-night"
came radiant faces reflected back ths
whole story of a pleasant evening spent
under a most hospitable roof. Each guest
was provided with a bromed peanut sus-
pended from a baby ribbon bow as a
souvenir of the affair.
HOME ENTERTAINMENT. Mr. and
Mrs. H. Samuels entvrralned a few
friends Monday evening at their home
on Hamilton street. The evening was
pleasantly spent In playing cards and
other games music and conversation.
Refreshments of cflke punch stuffed
dates fruit and bon-bons were served.
Those present besides host and hostess
were; Mrs. Barney Pearlstlne of Pales-
tine Mr. and Mrs. Max Davidson. Mr.
and Mrs. C. 8. RrlchmM. Mr. and Mrs.
8. Lewis Mr. and Mrs. P. FTIedlander.
Mr and Mrs. Joe Ehrenfield. Mrs. M.
David. Mrs. Dnve Edel. Mrs. J. Lowen-
steln. Misses Alice Levy. Mabel David.
Bertha Uiwensteln. Beatrice Oscar. Jo-
hanna la-wls. Hnttie Erledlander Sarah
Harris. Messrs. A. Y. Simon Harry Oscar
of Calvert. Albert Frledlander. Max
Lewis. A Simon Wallle Rosenfleld. Abo
1'reyir. Hermun Lt-iser Max Klnxman
KNJOIITB OF PYTHIAS INSTALL.
Vlrglnlus lodge No. 65. Knights of Py-
thias held h meeting last night and in-
stalled the following officers for the en-
suing term: B. A. Orlffln chancellor
commander: A. A. Dolsen. vice chancel-
lor; F. A. Anderson prelate; L. O. Bin-
' Bleeding naicu
inir nf the akin and
rain I the condi-
tica of thousand
1 and dlafisnrea
men women nnd
children who may
' K Instantlw re.
IImsJ and meedHv cored
b warm Mini wiui
and gentle application of
rMttesfi Ointment the
great Skin Cure when all
menthal. master of work: J. C. Thorn
son. keeper of records and seal: C. A
Rlnehardt. master of finance; J.- K-'.
Blackburn master of exchequer: AJ M."
Engle. master tit arm: A. Dougherty.
Inner guard: C. E. Borden onter guard: '
rrs V M. Bourland and J. P. Parker.
i!.o nhvuiciuns. After the Installation
ceremonies the members repaired to'
Lang s and psrtook of an oyster opprt
the newly instatieo omcers acung
nil. ..I ii 1 ' g saeasa
and always of
Corner Prairie and Milaui
$1.75 Set !
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THEY ARC HERE ?
FULLER-COOK HARDWARE CO.
410 .nd 4IJ TravleSt
D. F. WOODS & CO.
Phm 1367 511 Travis St.
The roanon that rough nnd oldfl pro-
dine constipation and weaken the lunn
In bcaiiHA they lutfrler with all dlfea
Hon. That nw dlncovcry known
Kfiinodv' LaxHtlvo Honey nnd Tar cur
all Coughs. Croup. Whooping Cough an4
flpintf in expelling roldt from the y
the " .
! It tar 'I
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tem ny gpntiy moving nip Dowen
Diftipnrit to tfutp Ann con t ft in no
Sold by A. K. Kteflllhg. 602 Main
and othAr druggists.
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