The Houston Post. (Houston, Tex.), Vol. 24, Ed. 1 Sunday, October 25, 1908 Page: 10 of 48
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r it HODSTON DAILY POST:r$pTOAT MOBStNO. OOTOBEB 26; 1908. . ' ... 'V.CW
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WHAT THE PEOPLE WHO USE
0 un a water
BOTTLED AT MINERAL
WELLS TEX. SAY ABOUT IT
Bastrop. Texas. October 10. 1908.
Olympla Water Or Houston. Texas
Oentlemen: Enclosed And an order (or several rases of Olyru-
pta Water as I And It an absolute necessity. 1 have been a chronic
sufferer from kidney and stomach troubles for some time so much
so I thought my case was inrumhle until 1 secured a case of your
oeler.raied water and finding relief from the first few bottles 1
have oom to the conclusion that this water Is an absolute neces-
sity to anyone afflicted with the above mentioned troubles. There-
fore I wTtte yon this letter in hopes that It will bo published for the
benefit of suffering humanity. Yours truly.
K J ELZNER.
With the Elmer Mercantile Company
Houston. Texas. October 23
Otyrnpta Water Co.. Houston Texas.
Gentlemen: If a man has anything to be thankful for In this
world I am certainly thankful to be able to get that celebrated
water (called Olymplal as I have been a long long sufferer of In-
digestion and was compelled to diet myself until I read an adver-
tisement about Olympla Water and In despair ordered a case and
Blnoe then I am a constant user of this celebrated water because
!t enables me to eat anything and I never suffer from Indigestion
any more. Yours very truly.
JAS. HARRETTE. 503 Preaton Street.
Bastrop. Texas. October 20. 1?0R.
OTynrpla Water Co.. Houston. Texas.
Gentlemen: Being addicted to the "coffee habit" I became a
nervous wreck so much so I began to lose weight from the loss of
sleep until I was almost a physical wreck and by chance I secured
a case of your celebrated water and after the use of several cases
I not only had my health restored but lost that desire for coffee.
Sincerely yours. C. C. LAMB.
IE YOUR DRUGGIST DOES NOT
KEEP IT WRITE OR PHONE
Olppia Water Co.
II ELKS SAY GOODBYE-
100-Piece Celebrated Ba.wtt German China jh -n Stock Din
ner et. iiaint violet ilt-Mn. with touches ! r 1 1 . one nf tin
most pf'ptilar -et 'hat we have like ait.
100-I'iere C elebrated lla-ett C crnian ( lima Dinner Set . prett v
pink flower- and lined m gold open -tork ; a ne w 1 f j
importation ju-t received V V 0
Plain White P.a--ett ( Inna I inner Set. open -tork. erv popu-
lar shape. enough beading on the edge- to A j p
make tt attractive : Id piece- ej) I Jt
Beautiful a--orttr.ent of Hand Painted Cake Plates Berrv Set-.
Chocolate S t-. f id ''late-. Cup- and Sauccr; at prices to -uit
Motel- and reta::r.!-t- will t.ive tnonev bv hmin their -up
plie- tnmi u-. We p.iv treigh' c.n anv order of $10 00 to aiiv
point in lexa- Make our store headquarters while in the
city We are near the Rice hotel in the heart of the citv.
Have our friend- meet von here.
G. L. & Theo. Bering Jr. Hardware
& China Store
609-611 Main Street Near Rice Hotel Houston.
BTGR0 SERIOUSLY STABBED.
Victim at Infirmary in Critical
In a dircu!ty that owurred rr.ir Hi
Southern I'aolflc crowing on Wnn'.lnjii'.ii
venuf Sam Robinson a negro. - "
liously Btahbed in the Rtomarh and
breast. The affair was reported to the
pottr and R. Alnhonse Adams annttier
liagi M. u plaea under srrfSt A com
plaint waa .ud out of Justice M- Ion
aid' court charging him with anailt to
ttrarAor. Tha wounded negro was re-
BWrf to the Mount on Infirmary and
from thoro the report waa obtained that
X paa a oorWua otidiUon
LEAVING OLD QUARTERS IN
Timmins as ToMtmaatcr1 in Sombre
Coat Chief Coyle Serves Up
Hit Favorite Song.
The h.ks naM "food -bye lo their
happy home Ur right Every Elk In
Houston and a srore- of visiting on as
came up to th quaMers In the Hln
building between 9 or lock p. m. and the
early raomlng hour of adjournment to
meet with the old boy.- and biTt good
time once mort In the old rooms. Nex'
ThurdH they lea e the old home fr
the now f.orne m thn Prince nifater
Ait' -;r llii.a was the host I or the
f u.ru r-r: years that the Klk ! ooou-
I if.i tf- -juarters on the. slxi:. fto.tr of
it- Htnz I'tiildlnK. Arthur twu. teen &
patitM'f .1! .1 long suffareiriK lajidlord and
m rrc- :: it ion of their jidiiir away be
gav. thi- farewell last night - aa a bood-
te -rt and a testhnouiaJ of his good
toward the Elkf. one o: whom hoSla.
A l'uth lunch m t!Vl'.l with prvpr
tr'.ii'.iiiiiii;-;. Just to !h.-u fiat It was real-
ly mi hiiMest nilnde-l and hlg-iiearted Klk.
iifT a : r T 1 ; l U n g 1 i t I e .ls laid in t h
nnit" rooms and -mi i ; ie good things
"rt spn-ml. Thirt .t n formality ob-
r-fil no stiff and i'.k "u- rtsjulreiuents
r tiemiT.v. tt a :n - fry feature
i n I'li; and Iit-arty Invitation " Bill
1 k. a good t:me. Mi be joyful uid
i ;tsjrg' Timmln strove earnestly to b
good In the first p at1- and It la proper
to iiientUn 'reorwe next after Bias be-
cause he served as toastmaater. He ap-
lered garted In a long-tall black coat
exceedingly oierral tuid sedate and emi-
nently proper In the inaji appointed to
preside Tr.ti? oUrly clad. It required
tu.t thr mrref-l efTort fur Tltnmln? to
keep lilinst!r g".Nl ihnuhout the eveidng
and Into th r.vniing of this fareweii rt-
rpt ion wit!; Bmz as hospitable h st
Too mii' Ii -wri not le said In praif-e of
the kind of hospitality that was served
It ts enough to sa that It was the kind
that K.ks know best the kind that mad
them tVfl ;tt home and regret that the
ocoa.sion nrist be one of farewell to old
l.fiur.ts .it.d iild scenes.
(Iod oiie.T prevailed throughout how-
ever Though it v.-as a good-bye occasion.
their were no signs of parting no ex-
pressions of Idle regret no mourning
manifest. "We ain't dying boys you
know. ' one of them expressed It. "and
wr ain't leaving town. We're Just mov -ing
And wo don't lose Binz either
The good pirt and the Interest of the
nrwt ing wat- ntdel by iin Informal 'M-
gr.im of singing and apoechmaiiinK. tnd
In between "pieces" Horb A Lewis b.nd
discoursed orchestral selections The
opening ole was that familiar and soul-
stirring cNtus "Mail Ha ih the (tang's
AH Here." and following this melodious
prelude "the gang" greeted t he hot
Plnz. in song Others later in the even-
In: received this broadside saluto lo
The program whs Informal No ar-
rangement of litres or rirts had been
made ro:t Toastm;uMer Ttmnilns found a
won'lerf '.il'y large number of talented
ones prnt who were readv m respond
to hit solemn call
I.ouis dre'llng sang "A Soldiers
Toast " a distinct Ive'y Flk composition
and If received heart- applause Later
responding to the tonst. "Why Tou Are
Idving." Mr. OreUlng related the re-
markable adventures of an English gen-
tleman In America Other selections were
rendered later in the nlgl.-l In responee
to the insistent demands of the obdurate
Will Colby told how ne grt into th
show business r-lated th- sad results
wMoj: attended his appe:imtne ;s one of
the sad sen wave - hl Initial appear-
ance on the stages end followed this witti
a narrative based on the persuasive pow-
ers of '"In Killer Srlffln. (Somebody
suggested at this sjuncture tV-at Onre
Tlmmlns Uig-tall eat was either bor-
rowed of 91n KfllPr or patterned after
The mode "worn bv him
I-farrev T D Wilon was called on
and Mr Wilson responded In a serlouH
speech which callwl a' tent Ion to the slg -nlflcance
of Elk- meeting together as
Elkr. forgetful of their rivalries anl
business differen-e outside. ;iiid urged
that n:re such meetings ought to te
held He paid tribute t the h-st of the
occasion voiced th thanks nf the gath-
ering for this hospitality and i-u'led on
every F'k to do Ms part more and more
In the future to advance the ;pbuHdir.g
The toastmaster ald he thought Mr.
Wilson s mention o' the v.;. of mci
meet logs s rlie oi:- toeing hfl.l was n
g.ol suggestion n ! be mov-d that tl.o
Kiks have such a n:e.Mlng everv Saturdav
nigiit in their r-v .!iart-rs "S" all 1
favor sa. 'Ay n- 1 t'ue tstmaHrer.
Tt ere was a -horu! of "A-'op "" and he
announred "t nf h.iv.- ;
"Ttut tec r- .1 w. . me 1 ri 'r.qul
l.U-H'-w HP'ok -
'Y-- . d-Ti t ' ; ' T "Ut ' de-
' i-.-d tl ! -a' i .
The.j T;:.- .
night . '.va- 'of 1
ti'-n l-.is.z - 1
"I appte. i!e
r!K' I - 1 d A'
T t.o . ii w .-.
1 Tor Hw.-' rm 1
had r.t.r;d- 1 to
for at.-r 'n the
m intriMlii' e 1 irn
1 . i' r v bort
UlItiit up i'4-re to-
il e'jil t" he '. v.
lit - I il i;
L-c rlt.w. d la
s-i . -mi . 1 . im (ti 1 . ! v; mud- Ml s
;pf-f-. V- 1 ' 1 ; ' k 1 ' ;i it or n in.-iu-r
er o' N'W Y l.o.ii;.' . . i who w m
Ho;;-Jti;i .1- '.. u 1 - k tiuiri in "Tin- So.ti:-
rnT. fa . ! ed th n ' ur- ring wi'li some
Mono. :j i ' I miiiu 'hief '"".oln d In't
forge' to ; . . ir I new cpV Hon
f '.- old nl !.f.t 'rn favorite "Mv
' :d K.-titu- k ll"!ii'." ir'rodtmfiT. t mar
I..- rn-o' 'ond. '-me Wonderful vnrintl'.ns
1 ;d . oo.ihHd - ;i h riot !.er nItikp! 'vhn
adibl to 11 w u'or'ar tt n'
A"d ibi-re w-re i.il.' i- I .-r..r.. t!ie in m
pic 1 mjr of ad 'out niront 'iitn- arni
H.tinp C01.L v. ( :w.i- vc their. ! o ( !.?ed
t:.t !i C'tntr ballon of gnoil rheer :iiid liind
lv sp!n to 1 1 ' k o'-.R-Cor r.f bidding fr'-
V ell b. th" o ! home
tt wa h1 o 1 or '-n'nvabV ns Hlks
affa;rc i-o-r i: k t h :i s t wit' nor.o
..f t soke -1 f s oi partlnirs ' re-
gretful far w. t'-.ii iiok1 t l ave ..i-m
Iron -b.- I'd Tt" -a Ii .m oji-i-as'on h' 'd ur-
I .!r th ;i'i-p'- - t tn t h- K'io ft
j MOTOR CAR HTT AUTO.
j Auto Wrecked but Occupants Were
j Not Injured.
I Abo it .. o lo k -tertlnv afternoon an
a'i'oMItlij. ll-.nlnK it W ; Liggett
and ijpbd at Hie t:me by Mr Liggett
J ai.d h fr;-nd wan stru'k by the Southern
i Ib ifl- ir niiir ar at 11)11 Ktreet nss
Ing of the rall-oad lioth of the occu-
! pants of the automobile escaped Unin
Juren. but the car nan to be pent to the
shop for repairs
Ran Angelo Rig Fair November to 7;
one-fourth regular rats. 0e H. A. nt.
k 1 . 1 i' h-r. t ha : 1 v
1 h nil. with wpv
;u'm .atlen .t1 E'"l time- op r nil -id
ors of oll da bii v fld. nnd of morv
Hp:r"- now .bpare wlib t'l.- -fo..:i'.
n of tb-:n d ;i ng wi n h Jfoi t .T
Txdgi No l.'d wa- loiitl.Mb-1 in i!d l oin.
wl i. - It i.Hd- good 10 last n.gi-'
FUGH IS BUSY
Posting Notices at Polling Dares
Fount y S hool Sn per In tun dent 1 . 1
ugh Is 1 nvhiK posters put up at the.
ous ml ling pin es in M arris muntv
re'-tlng the attention the voter"' to
ronst it 'itloiiHi h tTiendnient s t h b ( u!H
submit'1.! to I" Vofrd upon :it f I r
ing en tion
The po-'f- stif.W the iTlni'i
gl en th- ho:'T dmerits by 1 Im S'.it" d
o ra'n . oti r U ! oji August 1.
by tt Tex; l''art:i'iM ongr' t - ;
Follfg- Stiillon July 9 )9fN
At the Cozy.
' "oiit.ini i
Hiol the - 10
01. g y pli a
of 1 1
tin eH o
IVH I C J"!
el t y ln : .(.
a : vei
;rr v w ii
Wbo.-t V. of k
t brough' - ti
hand wi'h 1 h
some fun. de
ol Lei - otunm.
Will b'- bl Vol
will b from 7
p . ! a r 1 1 y I g 1 i 1 . K the
till? pretty n.-w iiinater
U who go there ;ire thr-
I Today marks I h ch9
' t-'n eanful oi ;t this
houne and t.iniorrow a
' la a acts and new ptc-
zygraph will b- pi'nted.
.. h in his wonderful nuv-
it uton and Ma k'ii7.ie tn
ti g and talking i. t and
the little prill i .'tnedlan
I. "re baa been ;i Hcreaot
e two weeks v. n oe on
- usual amount of whole-
Igned to tiiive duTl are
bill Is presented in an-
and matinees (n.m 4 till 6
i while at night the hour
80 tUl LL
THE M. E. GIMBEL C0
Specialized Styles in
$32.50 Tailored Suits
8t7lei tht are ftdthful coploa of high price models
and we hv specialised on these styles to harmon-
ise with the personality and occupation of the wom-
an whoso price limit llee between $35.00 and $35.00.
The colorlngn black taupe catawba navy olive
etc. are as faithful and true as In our very expen-
The materials irlve almost unlimited choice fine
satin finish broadcloths new diagonal striped suit-
ings as well as rich dark mixtures.
Nothing Is skimped neglected or forgotten. Every-
thing In every detail is up to the high order for
which our name stands.
ALL SIZES. MIS8HS'. YOUNG WOMEN'S AND
WOMEN'S. UP TO 44.
Worthy of special mention and worthy of Immediate
inspection are our fancy and extreme styles.
At $45.00 $65.00 and $65.00 Upward.
ALSO SUITS FOR CARRIAGE AND AFTERNOON
$75.00 to $150.00.
for This Week s Selling
SPECIAL WAIST SALE
400 DRESSY NET WAISTS
Three distinctive models. All entirely
new and very beautiful $3.95
Regularly sold for $5.00.
Will also place on sale Monday an elegant assort-
ment of handsome
HOUSE AND STREET DRESSES
Including Princess Directolre and Bmpire models
all beautifully trimmed and very stylish; In both
street and evening shades wild duck canard wis-
taria prairie green taupe etc. esc.
At the one price $29.50.
Dresses for All Occasions Afternoon
Evening and Reception Gowns
Copies of Paris models and our own exclusive de-
signs. For party wear dancing etc. Crepe de
Chine Chiffon Cloth Broadcloths etc. Also black:
dresses of every description and all at most at-
Complete showing of fine Furs and Fur Coats in-
cluding Hudson Bay Sable Mink. Seal Broadtail
Black Lynx and Fox Chinchilla Ermine Pony
Baum Marten etc. Made up in latest destgns.
GARMENTS MUFF8 AND NECKPIECES AT
Those idealizing touches of style that
distinguish Glmbel creations are exempli-
fied In these Broadcloth Dresses. Wo
can afford to sell them at $30.00 and
$26.00 because we planned them as spe-
cial leaders in this section taking advan-
tage of every possible economy In their
One-Plece proadcloth Dresses $32.50.
Msde of rich chiffon broadcloth In black
and a wide range of new fall colors;
large satin buttons outlined with two
rows of braid extend down entire front
and back. Specially priced at $30.00.
Exquisite Satin Costumes $25.00.
New sheath gowns and deml-costumes ol
rich satin duchesse. in black street and
evening shades. Some trimmed with
lace satin folds and buttons elaborately
designed; others are more severely tail-
ored. Other attractive new styles at this
price are of broadcloth In black and
colors at $25.00.
Our Mill inery
Is showing an entirely new line of
Hats for street and semi-dross and
Artistic Foreign Creations and
Our Own Productions.
Particular attention Is directed to the
unusual values at $5.00 and $7.50.
See Big Window Display.
The M. E. Gimbel Co.
otowers Bldg.. M ain and Capitol Houston s Exclusive Ladies' Store
SMALL HAZY COMET
LIES SLIGHTLY TO SOUTH AND
EAST FROM VEGA AT 8 P. M.
Halley's Cojnet Largest and Most
Celebrated in History of Astron-
omy Due at Early Bate.
A annt:i -omet ha put in an appar-
ar.c 1-i the rr.lnr ttkv As yet H la
rat liar d;m to t h linked eye but may
be dlftlnrulshed as a short hazy streak
lylnr ea.t ai.d 'st u- tops a few degrees
nf ia It will appear niitt l plainer
tf th N f- ufi-'l to oin- sMo or the
otiM-r I'ifltead "f dlrectl' -mi th r.jmat.
T fin. I the r-n. t faro ti e w-at ut about
x ; :ii li f t riu 1 1 it- eyes :iar! v to t he
lilt t. tl - : ig
lii.ie fltar v:t '.
I. . ll. uv I..-
if. it I 'A'. Ml. I..
1 1. : . i
.: !i nveri -Hrd anl a
t Thf briKtit f'.rst ma;!il-
- f..und. ThN 8tar Is the
'st of ttie Milky Way
t' rr known h th fact
Miirs 11 h no 1 1 Least and
- 1 1 fl v from n ami to-
fot in a ii Lund- Nov.-
.i t h j i iial f u . bt't een
1-l-lKhb-Kl -art t the
! almost in Wr-stcrti
f-a-'l f r r i
1 1 1 1 : i 1 1
A Is u'i
in the din
SO 1 1 t 1 1
Not t j i j i i . t
l bu: i ii I'M
iii'-t I -
Tlie eiin '. - i ;t
Caf rt'KtHd f t f .
:obah 'i '. i
It in.i'. atti .
n w M- b ..
a-I' k .
. -t.r !;i'' i
Ill-Hit i t'ifdu ..
rnv I" !'
dflte. n t I
has hfia b".
ei i v
D. o ii i d f i
-d to t
Hi t 1 out -
a n of this runet to.-al -ibly
ont- "f ihf smaller
.-1 n'ull - i;t the Him.
idly moving awny from
omet and Idle it will
'ti hi ight ru-a It will
: ' Ink too t ii into t hn
-: 1 aftr a tow we-kn.
n uii h inoi at :;ntlon an
other Md" ..f the sun
1 be visible In thn
in -ii' thf farlv morning-
t "Ti 1 1 f ih largest and
the history .f astrono-
-ime vipibln at aji early
i- some unfoi .-aeen ax Id ont
' t ile away n Its recent
;r Journev into outer
tar gaveri ill be treat
f a comet 'orth while"
f a few ni- iiThi
j j News oi the City j
r KuQua. a
SOMETHING ENTIRELY NEW
. LORD'S BEAUTY PARLORS
In the Basement of the Stewart Building
Massage Manicuring and Hairdressing
All the Latest Appliances That Modern
Method's require to thoroughly receive the
desired effect one expects to accomplish.
Physical Culture Class
HORN Id Mi
THK Will i i:
. 'il will ...!
ut tli1 ' It : i i;
I 'alitor nf t hf' i
I r earl in 1 1 1 1
I N Hl'i HT I N I
liS ' .U"il
K'-1 1 I :i rl T : .
Kenftvi.l'int . . i
wreet tln- .1'
ineinb'!M i .
A fll'W IAI
rllil. nf Uii"
rut.lnf.rtfl l ti
Bril latroti hi
I'artiatn. t '
nlKl.t In H i i
HI . ii rn rlinj..
will rtuin I
a ii' mwlli.1'
tnarrlmco of tl
I: KPUBI.H AN SOCIAL
i nipetlnfc M.milay night
II IN HAKRI8BURO
vury rtapttsl church will
.tnirtf at 4 30 this after-
11 wnll known trap hot
i i'inltlin tn thf spurtinf
. r '. I. & Theo. Ber-
I I I N(l. Tlirri- will be an
h ineetlnK of Sharks
in their hall litis Main
iiiMin al 3 - 0'rliH-k. All
I to lie pri'M-nt.
li;KTIN of Patrons'
ool will lx hnM at 3 l."
t irtolw-r T. Important
t ransartcil. All mothers
nicsted to 1m- present.
.M.I. RETCliN Charles
uifrellst. api-nt Friday
n nd held services In obi
Me Is In Alvln today and
'- on tha 26th for a threo
A N ltOUNCEM ENT. Mr.
M. Batae announce the
ielr OtuMTbter. Nannla Al-
i ' 1
(or reducing and developing; also
FOB YOUNG GIRLS AND LADIES
The only swimming pool connect-
ed with Turkish halhs in Texas.
Cor. Preston and Fannin
mlra. to Krtward Hryant Davis Wednes-
day. Noveniln i- 11. at McAshiin Methodist
II ALLOW KEN. Tit e Caledonian society
will (five a Halloween party on Hallo-
ween nlK't a' dd Fellows hall to their
Scotch friends In Houston anil vicinity
when they expect tn miK't as many of
their countrymen as can nitend.
IIKRZ! ZION SOCIK'I V will entertain
nt n social meeting next Sun lay. Novelll-
l.er 1 at H n'cloi-k In the afternoon. The
me. tlnK will he held In Adath Yeshurun
hull on Jackpon street and It Is a propa-
Mitida ineellnjE Intended Ui arouse and
itlniulute Interent In the Zionist move-
ment The mcetlnK ' open to all who are
Intcrented. lielreahinents wilt he served
mid no udmlBSlon will he charged.
BOYS HAD FtTN.-A crowd of younn
men held a little seance at the corner of
TruvU and Capitol last night and secur-
ing a fine dog. Buzzer owned by Eddie
Pierce they found a badger and pulled
off a fight James Cahlllen. who came
here some time ago from Alabama waa
one of the Interested attendants but he
did not know enough aliout badger fights
to wager anything. He was the only one
In the crowd who dltl not put up on the
contest and It was up to him to refereo
the fight which he kindly consented to
do He Is of the opinion that a badger
fight la th real thing.
COUNTY MEDICAL SOCIETY
Important Paper by Dr. Knox Sen-
lational Report May Produce In-
teresting Developments Later.
Ir R. W. Knox road a junior Iwfore
tho HarriH County Medical norlety at itn
meeting In the Business I.eaRuo rooms
laM nlnlil dlnoufiitlnff "Fraoturos of the
Femur" and Illustrated It with drawing!
and uneclmenn II was f grwat lntorent
to the hirge Rathertng tf physician In
attendance and wm the. auhject of muoh-
after dUwusnlon by niiiny of theo.
Incidental to the hunlness of the society
a matter wai brought to the attention of
the physicians which produced Interest
of n iiensatlonal nature. It returns to fti-
lrged quar.kery In Hounton ami whtle tho
society took no official action In the mat-
ter at all some of the doctors were
aroused tn a dewe that may bring; about
absence Justice McDonald preside!
juage aiaitnews court and on
he will call the docket.
BODY IN THE CHA1
Believed to Be That of Jo
Missed From Stent tt Th'
Judge Matthews HI.
Judge J. C. Matthews on of the Justloes
of the peace of precinct No. 1. who hajt
been Indisposed for several weeks was re-
moved to the hospital yesterday. In Ills
. &.-... i - .fAn.Mer vi'?V.ll&i
A body believed to be that
i. line a (lecKlinnd win) fell 0'
from the Iuk J. II. Slerrett
night wns found floating In
i iiaiiiici ymmnuiy morning n
whurves of the tlveston HOUN
llarrlsburg Tnnsiwrtatlon compf
tfimiue nmitn a deck ha
tug Charlotte M Allen who f
body reported his discovery to
tain oi trc tug and yesterday
11 rope was tied around the nei
dead man and he wns drugged
Hide of the steamer Lawrence
The discovery was reported
tloe of the Peace Milam waa
hold an Inquest. The body
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being held by them awaiting; f.
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The Houston Post. (Houston, Tex.), Vol. 24, Ed. 1 Sunday, October 25, 1908, newspaper, October 25, 1908; Houston, Texas. (https://texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth604394/m1/10/?q=yaqui: accessed July 7, 2020), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, https://texashistory.unt.edu; .