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MORXINO. OCtfOBEB 25. 1908. V - -t ;
HOUSTON DAILY POST: SUNDAY
Good Ninety Days for Return
13 1M Ticket Office 217 aUi.
CJ VJl Ala M. L. MORRIS. AtMl
WHITE STAR VALVES
The VaUewitMSjf Discs
UNION IRON WORKS
We ere prepared to advance liberally on cotton either to merchants or plantar
whether to b sold on arrival or to be bld for Instructions.
Wt chars. Intermit on idvinoH at the rets st t per cut per annum. Mak. ns
trial shipment and let us dtmonstrats to you the advantages of shipping roar
cotton to us.
Dally mar let quotation and staneC lent free upon nquMt
CARSON SEW ALL & CO.
West will be ltft to themselves and. as
In years (ton by th Industrial renters
of tie M idtl . A ern Spates and the
Kam will Im? the iir-.-is!ve ha u in1
I 'in ft onhl ra l.-.i iftli'tn t- States.
h have heen tab Jlat?ti wo freijuentiy
of late by all tse jrophets and nt'ws-
japt?r. It must te almttt.-.l t!.at the r1-
Jubltcan ym-njrth t-"ks t n formidable
to be overoimf r-etwvn n v and Novem-
ber. Th recub; Irans fXr9 their great-
est coiTirurl tn the fat t that their ma-
jorities heretofore have n so bia; that
thev cart be dribbled awa in one elec-
tion. This la hat g!vei TafT the ad-
aritfMC In th he!i!i:p o.J.is. varying from
four to ore to two to one
The democratic hope Is the landslide
t hat appar in be coming All of the
four last president !a. e o. tiona have ben
landslides That Tht-y can sweep trie rn-in-try
for the derti'rat as well as for the
repubUcana was show n by Cleveland's
last election in 1&! An party so for-
tunate a to drop !n with a landslide ran
carry two-thirds of the Btatea as eaaily
a It can carry half of them. With sach
possibilities in the mlculatioas t his year
nicely adjusted nbles made before elec-
tkn mav tn very easily knocked into
LABOR VOTE FOR BRYAN.
TTie labr vote In Indiana Ohio and
New York which are now assumed by
the managers of both parties to be the
deciding States Is inclined to Bryan and
mifflcletrt in numerical Mrenglh to carry
those States for him provided it Isn't
debauched with rer:bl1'-an money or co-
erced into voUnj? t-T Taft on the threat
cf "losing their job-."
Another dangeruiiff issue which bobs up
In Indiana and Ohio tWs year Is the
liquor question. It la exciting the people
aj III m Til' )ttst as It Is an Impor-
tant Issye in 111 not where fncle A dial
K. fltevenaon ie very likely to be elected
ajorernor with the aid of the liberal ie-
tnexit. Local option laws have lately been put
Into effect bv The republican legislature
f these t hr-e St ate? n other words.
Ooverr.or H nrns nf Ohio governor
Ieneen of Illinois arid rrovernor Hanley
of Indiana have catered to the advocates
f sumptuary legislation. Prohibitionists
re not as thi k up hre as thv are tn
ame of t:e Southern States. They call
It temperance up ! ere and It ia Mrongeat
Jn the rurai ommuntt les They do their
work mainly through churches and societies
While V '
ago. whf (J
republican l!ut'iiant governor (Harris).
It Un't ftr ".; enough to win on a direct
Issue arid llarr's eems to have made
the pJilt.-a n.Wtake f playing too hard
on this tti:r.g
On tht- - r hand t' persora1 liberty
element.- r p .pprt'ng th democratic
Flat- ti ketf! '.n h:n ait w-:l as In In-
diana ami lll!t' is It comprises not only
the large brewing and !iqior interents.
which are always active and powerful In
Tolltics efpt-cts ' lv In the cities but It
also emhra-' s k very nrge class of the
jnoet respectahle voters of hotn r-Hy and
country wh.o are opposi to the further
encroach inent of tle Kivernm-nt upon
the frt-d in of the oi as a matter
if lugli principle
The larK 1 rmiin-Arr.er'.' an -ote In
'inclnnati Is almost solidly for Harmon
for governor V-'lth the nusmaiiaKcment
tf th' rep;;Mioan i'ariipa.k'r'. Itt general
and Foraker friends lukewarm or knif-
ing Taft . the chari'-es app-ar at least
au good at en I'T hot' Bryan and
3 larmon to rar ry Ohio republlran
'' newspaper wriu-r connected with the re-
publican hta'hjuarTers hre told The Poet
Represent all' e t hat Ktraker 1 ad hosts
of friends. aFtec'a!!y among th.e old sol-
diers who would lew-nt his treatment at
lha hands of Kooaeve t and Taft by Flay
l&a; at home or vt iiig fur liryan lie
thought Bryan would arr the ?Tate and
that the republicans ou!d lose four
congressional districts now held by them.
INDIANA FIGHT FIKRCK
In Indiana th- ternp-ra::'-e fight ! fo
fierce that ;o-rnor H;nl y and his
party are le;:ig a'taike-l for trying to re-
the old blue laws while the repub-
TATION IN OHIO
art i -salooi; league helped)
:. governor of Ohio two years
e! and was succeeded by the
llcans are characterising the democrats
as representing everything that is vicious
In society and perilous in government.
Many of the leading citizens of the State
bankers merchanta real estate men sue
cessful business men are Hermans who
ha e heretofore supported republicans
Terr largely There are Wt German
votes in Indianapolis alone They ar
now supporting Matthews for governor
against Watson the republican candi-
date and to soma extent thia vote will
also be carried for the democratic presi-
dential ticket. The democrats also ex-
pect to carry the legislature which would
mean the election of a democrat to the
Tnlted States senate to succeed Senator
Tom Taggart is claiming a democratic
victory' all along the line in Indiana. HB
also thinks the negroes are going to vot
for Bryan There are 30.000 negro votes
in that State The republicans say they
do not expect to lose more than 900 of
them. That would represent so much
clear gain to the democrata. In some
elections of the past that many votes
would have changed the State
While these local conditions indicate
that both Indiana and Ohio will 1 car
ried by the democrats even with these
it is hard to figure out any likely com-
bination by w hich Hryan could w in with
out New York With the Knickerbocker
State's thirty-six electoral votes In his
column he might dispense with one or
two of the lot and still reach the White
House bot New York is essential
DOL'BT AS TO NEW YORK.
For the first time in twelve years has
anybody felt any doubt as to how New
York State would vote for president
However it Is not a hidebound State
Under normal conditions It goes demo
craUc as often as It goes republican.
TVur years ago Roosevelt carried It by
176000 and two years later all the demo-
cratic ?tate ticket was elected except
the head who happened to be. Hearst
New York didn't want Hryan nomi-
nated but on the other hand the people
there have suffered greatly - from th
panic which they attribute to Rouse
velt's policies. The Wall street element
has been asatired that Taft is all right
and it is supporting; him. but with not
such acclaim and heavv financial support
as thev gave McKlniey They are not
for Bryan but they figure that Bryan
checked by a republican senate would
have n power to stir up things bv rad
tea! legislation. They figure that Taf-
might take a notion to carrv forward
the so-ralled Roosevelt poltci-H and
would have great Influence with a re-
Here as hi Indiana and Ohio the so-
called "moral Idea" In politics is cutting
a great figure The republicans nave a
sort of saintly mystery for governor
w -hum they are running for re-election
He drove the legislature into passing a
law against racing. It threw thousands
out of employment at the race tracks
deprived the country fairs of the support
of their chief drawing attraction and
hurt a good man v heads than was at first
IN ARMS AGAIN FT HVOHES
W o rd has a 1 so bee 1 1 pa. ed down t i i e
line that If Hughes is re-elected he will
recommend a goud many more reforms
calculated to make everybody good by
hiw and convert giddy Gotham Into a
(julet ani sedate community like a New
England village This program Is some
thing of an asset with the people "up
State." but the more liberal element
-f the cities as well aa the treniend us
foreign population is up In arms against
The New York World's poll a v. eek
eo gave the State to Chanler demo-
cratic candidate for governor. b nearlv
IM'.Ow It also indicated on the face of
its straw vote a small pluralitv for
Taft It is hard to conceive how Chan
ler could win by such grt odds w ithout
pullini. throng! the presidential ticket.
Ti e r-p:;b:i ar.j laim that the situation
is gr-twlr tM-trer for Hughes anil th.it
thev are sure of the Btate for Tttft but
with i he elements ut work in this ram
palgn and the closeneaa of the estimates
by the guers on both sides nobody
will know how tlds election ia eotrig to
be de ide-i until the votes are counted
as oin man ullora said to his llllmiia
knows what Is arolnc
audience not d v
to happen this year.
There's Magic In Paint Mixing
WpII posted men know the difference
between good and poor paints and
avoid the latter at any coat. Your
experience will bo cheaply purchased
If you buy your paint here. We han-
dle no doubtful grades In any line
but qtiote prices low enough to satisfy
you of th economy In buying here.
Houston Paint Co
Capitol and Fannin Streets.
Iron Store Fronts
Cast Lintels and Sills. Wrought Window
i Uuards sidewalk Oratings Etc.
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HOUSTON STRUCTURAL STEEL WORKS
HURT OF TARIFF
EwiDg Tells New York Farmers of
the Iniquities of (he System.
SITUATION IS APPAtLING
Republican Rule Fosters Tniata That
Prey Upon the Masses of People.
Speech at Middleburg Creates
M 1 1 ' I 1 1 HI K ;
V . Octobc
sf 1 r rt .1
e: tlrif l
tl . t l!
i .. the iiiMuities of t 1
s. stem of the I'nlted
Kwlng of Houston
m: if audience to the
i b an address deil'i-l :ic"e
Thei were man1 f m : nu-r s in
o . and Mr Kw'.i i ealtxing
lalkc.i especial lv
: as upon Arner.-
U : i . the lan'f rr.-'.
cl; a. T'fl of hlx M!ir.
li. w I ! v coiifinc 111'.!.
hi;' -I'" i.s-it in u
i .i i-i nit ipis of go . i
I ei .ti vr i y in the !'
t ui-li nn National iiln:i
lr:-s t . say that !..' d.
tiid not suffer bv
n the other hard
the party here
Ieecii of Mr
was by actual
tl rough the rule ot t..c republican party.
FARMERS AND THK TARIFT
On the rela'i.'Ti of the tariff to th
fanners. Mr ing said
"farmers ab-ne s'l others should -P
pose rcpuhlj. -in ;Hd'.' les. A republican
farnitr. tnuici- t! at party's hii;h ta".:h
ought to t a curisity in tins .aiTip.ui.:
It reminds im lien I meet a far no i '
that pt rsu t Mon -and there are sonic f
t hern ). of a si-r tnat has been 1 1 - y
told of ft " iikcr who asked a n v one
of h.ls h Ui 1 1 m e - f farmers to w : : I ' '
htm. after reiletting over it tor a week
whut fie sold that he got more for .uM
what he b. tight that he got for less on
account of a protective tariff . and. ut
the end of the eek. one old farmer
wrote. I hae h en thinking night ;md
day of that question of oars ami 1
want to s.t y not a darned t hing. '
' fanner- a-e .-xporters of between ft
foi.:tV .tn.! a hn!f .f what thev pro.pj. e
A protective flutv can not h.etp an ex
I .'T t i ir..! i-r rv like that Ho v. . in
lr" Tak i:..- of tr.o staple jn.d !-
of the great middle West for illustrati. n
We prodn. . in 're vhr-aT twice :t h
4 I'm. mot e hay and po. .noes and b fa'
the Kreattst .iua::it ..f pTk. of in
country In t he w.-rld The Importation
of an of these articles Is .iinntt a.- rare
as Fpmv itli ns in summer I it no?
obvious t' a tariff Is fixed on the.xi
export ;itu les. s'.eh ns Zj :its a bush.e!
i.n w h-at and potatoes ai.d lo cents a
bushel on oin ..-id 54 a ton on '. ay. not
l. put a dollai in the farmer p. a kt
lor the reputii an leaders k!.--. u will
not. but to furnish materia! for cant
palgn speakers to mislead a eonfiding
8ITTATTON IS APPA1.1.INO.
With no possible benefit to the fann-
ers In what they se!! hiw is it with
what they buy? Not an article of cloth-
ing tardlv an lt.-ni in the grocery list
and s.ar-ely an ment of husbandry
but iea he into ti.eir pockets tor a tariff
tax of fr-m 35 per cent to per cent
Thee ven arti-'ley. most of them at
least arft nw pro1uei at one-tenth the
fwrniui tabor cost The tariff trusta are
squeezing out of the farmer for what he
buys to p-it it i-o"servatively. from i
p-r imii to per . r:u in re than they
J ust I v i. light t" ch.arge The situation
is si::iily appa.MTr-. but the remedy is In
the ! :mds nf M'e people
"Many of t::e farmers are engaged In
fruit and netaf'le Kr.)wing and can-
ning is an lnd tspeiisabl incident. How
does 'prote' t .-.Mi touch them there? Iet
the tariff sheet answer' 77 per cent to
' per cent on sugar and about SO per
i ent "ii tin plate and Go p--r cent ou
"Nil export business such as made
bv the produetii Ti of he in r nier can
rstv the s..- t
The fai nier.
RKelit. does n
fa t rem.. in-!
est ifpuhlh a
ni'-moi v fina
):iKh wa!!' of
mparts In t1
S-- uf expo; I t
CTi 1 .I' Rf t e
dea'.'.nn w it n
t al i s see t
.Ia!i.-" i i I .hiire
it - ! a i eriia
! k-re t- l.M:
ler th' name
Mi K:ti!-v. on o
proteetj i ld-a.
that bound him
' i anal v-
.ole N de-
o.iuies .e expert
s but the
t he great -;rinK
f r. c.procity William
i.niT".. t-r.i .jgh In his
lii'H'ly broke tde fitters
an-! m his fauioup Muf-
fa!o spee'i . just hct j he whs struck
(ion b Tie dast ;t : ) v a-asi.. Iim ui.
einl oeallv lared t! .it a mutual ex-
channe f onimodi' tes is manifestly es-
Feiitial t the i .iM.:. and hea.thful
gr -w th of uiir pxp-e t tr.-ole ' And he
addd t h t w-e "imt no- ri-jMKf In fan-
cied M-unt t!.a' can forever seil
eerthi:.g and h;.y iutie or iiulhlng
U'ilKN TAKIKK W "A LOW
"Hi st oi v t-rai s aniple test irnony lmr
t; e demo ratic a.innNtratlon between
is and Iv'.l.
and. in thiF
pons ir . :- a
lions h 1 ;
tur expo! 1 s .
fired 1 1 i ; i . ; i -ha
d h. ' d
r of ! I :
t; ex p-
t h- dunes w ere very low .
prosperous period our im-
t" that ir
In sao-s t
! ilit-n uo
pi ).!. e at
li L ...i.
lh the rro;
f : m i i
s li :
fr T-i u I-
If we shu
hartiM time -;. it i
1 1 w as h- '. :n
t h- 1 i ol!t 1 l!H i
1 rein t ! e i .i i. U r
and .ihin it
I'ntoi T :.n ii
f(r tie i i. " m . 1 1
ui N ji i e rot i li (.
pr.-du. .-ts ! .i
-'i o-.-cr tw. hundred mil-
.' lie- . but note thai
I.-- iol ;i pirc over t w j l.il'i-
.. :t horn jil .r .-. t . got tic
a . 1 : 1 ' 1 in; -1 t s Si tire t lie
ui;! him! -r repvibiii an policy
.in - hecn o n (if proportion
:iow t-M 1 1 r i : . 1 1 -i tl'.it tiie Iohs
' he Amet an exnort trade
t o; . . i - . i i t r f i a bo it ;t
- .! ear A s t he fa rmer
e'hint; like haif the exports
t 1 .i t n eir annua ! loss
t; '- would otherwise reap
t "t ! the reduced
. -ho-. t hat th.i foi
a- ills piircF..'ies
S'-'ls to us. so tuat
s imports we at ihe
ir .- )..rts
hmU-.I f:itiiers vh" In
w .ii i u ke.l iibi-: t
bi mv oi i i iin:. v. and
w oh i .-:ars ..f i he
Her.-. a I u a s st I
i.e n. i ;. -u. th.e' b'-t in
They lire the ultlimile
we.i.'.ii. the country t;n
" ha t
' .'( is Mi.
itt.oct th ir nrosrwrnv And
li ny a slow grimMi.tr process of Indus-
trial tyrann t:u-y an- to t. made poorer
and poorer whll- tln-n opo:essors b . oine
ri- her and ri h.-r. their proud i-ition
will be lost their '.nfluence and ditcnttv
whl have depHil-d. a. el. i educed o nub
se rvient tlepend'-io .; L Uich
it ir.enshlp. xi ii h its pri. e;.ss a 1
axe. tneh noliU- rnatihood must ;
a u hiifftr rd oi i: hosts a .
(1.1 v It World 1 1 lit I K J(.c; i
' P .bhe '
ANOTHER NORTHER PROBABLE.
Second High Has Made Its Appear-
ance in the Northwest.
n f'os' .S ffi )'! )
T-7ii. I. tober I I -Tjie
ea n In re
with light run ih-
ponsh le that thiti
il II n
. - to!. i
ma Ih- followed b
n xt P w days
Is morning shows one
aklne its appearer
)ii l h- w ake of i 'ie
f JAIA'KS'I ' i
gnrd to the
Sunday is f-iir
erly winds it I
other w :l ; in r I
The map 1 1
Wld'l f ;r. J J - I assed over Texas It iM
not ;i r.rtaiu ;ilng tnat It will strike us.
for there la wl. snown in the map today
a low ' cienpi?iW )n oxer the s-niii.t-m
J'aelti' roa.il. .i!-d it Is possible I l.al II S
influenc- max i-;.d lo lrl.e the coder
WeatJier off east t-. the north of T-xas
Tin ii.uHKt- i i on who wad the
weather map ;md reads the dad fore
cats knows meaning of the Iokms
and lows in the w father game and when
a "high" i a rii-or need as cuniinc down
into Texas n is . onr-tiiered a uining to
dig out Hi ..i ic.M or to order .i-.-.iher
load f oal r wood A "low.'" n- (n a
low haiom. ;cr find this condition of the
air In fa ! a bin to rain or t.. tor my
wea t he t
TO CURE A OOLD IN ONE DAY
Take I.AXMIVF. PROMO Qnimnr lahleta
DmgKiitft rrUn4 moaejr if it lilt to curs.
E. W. (jHO L i signature is on tk bux. i6c.
t e ef fet t
fai ins and
was tl e prin-
' . that issu.-
i.-id man: -i
. it laid dow u
at ic and ' e-
it IS liee.:
- ;t t ic platf "i tn
f t oiiip:uison but .
.e prolal'i'tt is that
w -i- -ti. ngtht not uy toe
I-;v:n: tracked up as he
. .-nuitioiii. hroyght about
"TFyo . are aapArtica-
Jr - ve are in
clothes buying you'll
. come ! re when you
are re-fiv for your
Examv t cl sely th
materia .finifih and fit
nolt the goodness
of the -:.'.-les and then
the y A't's.
When w y "Four to
Eight ti ars saved" on
verr sun "T overcoat we
don't eigrrute a bit.
525 Suits and Overcoats $21
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i tired without harm oi
vdroctlt or a"V swellings tenderness pr impediment
' perfe. t health restored.
are cured at
once. an 1
ihrumliiim In all its forms Is permanently cured by hi system of treatment
-. injurious . r harmful enips used And all nervous affections
ire si ii relieved and cured and the patient restored to perfect health.
permanently snil ffrever cured with complete restoration of
Nervous Debility 5TiV.
If Yoor Csve is Accp'ed s Core is Gnnranteed to Ton.
Von ran he treated by mall Just as suc essfully as by a personal Intervlejr
iid .tin 1 1 . . t ion. by my new and lmpro-.l system of iiui-stiun blanks. If you
ilin not call write for perfeet question list for either male or reiuale. which I
stnt free All correspondence strictly confidential and Is answered on day same
Is revhnl A friendly letter may save you future sufferhiK and losa of health
Atldrew or all on
619 Canal Si.
DR. A. S. DYAR
New Orleans La
Every POLICY issued by
THE GUARANTEE LIFE
"Is AMPLY secured."
INVISIBLE BIFOCALS. OR 'R AND NEAR SBEINQ GLASSES.
AIR IS NO PURER than Kryptok Invisible Bilocali: there are no "lines
hovering before the eyes; no clouded sMsse or untidy cement; nothing but pure
rrystal. Kryptoks give the result of two lenses without visible lines to marK
the division of the two sights. We delight In showing our patrons and frlonda
th's magnificent piece of workmanship.
H. F. C0H?N. Prop. TEXAS OPTICAL CO.. 603 Main st.
GIN ACCIDENTS AT CA1VEBT.
Two Operators Lose an Arm and An-
other Badly Injured.
(ll.iu .f . I'ost Sfrciol )
I AI.VKRT. T (sr. October 'JI Within
the r.'.'sent v.fk r:nre have been sever.ll
serlia ii i 1 .1 ti i -inone gin men In the
vi' i::!y of I'fliv.n Monday Tom Walkur.
son iir A J alk.i. manager of the Gib-
son r.ln and in1 oouipany at Branchvllle
lost In sn in . td- ni lits left arm up to the
badly Injured this morning while doing
blacksmith work tn the student shop i-t
th Ilege He was brought to town at
once mid given medical attention by Dr.
A I. K Mondrtck. The physician says
the Injury Is verv great but does not
think he will lose his sight.
in II I- .
nil In k l lu
ll n etni'loe of
cee.l li.ilnful ll
illy Tms pree
ut mishaps .i
I'uitun was necessary.
In I. H MrMahsn .it
imv. lost his right hand;
of the company at Nes-
i.mt week VN'illiam Hinge.
I above company le-
: o i l. s at the gin In this
a very singular group
i.1.. i- Olhson Cln and Oil
Boy Loses Hand in Machinery.
.' '"i Sptcial.'t
October ?l -Wllll.i
ar-nlri sun of Mr. and
. nf this city lost th.-
VI ringers of his right
fiernoon while at work
Hoiking machine In
Kayhutn. the I'.
Mis Jack Hnh
thumb and urit
at an eictlKioi
The hand was terribly
A. and M Student Injured.
iHoui- !'it Social.)
' PHVAK Tex. AcHetMn- 2t.-Cadet
Orea-irgr if the Agrtcultnral and
lieciiunical toil. (H iis4 bis tight eye
Mexioans Get Two Yean.
( Awialed Fret Report.)
FA. PASO Texas October 2t.-R. O.
SUva and Ieocardo Trevls found guilty
in the Federal court of fomenting a revo-
lution against Mexico were sentenced to
serve two years each In the penitentiary.
Texas League Meets Today.
(ewjh's rosl Special.)
FOUT WORTH Teiaa. October 2i -Th
annual meeting of the Texas Hand-
ball league takes place tomorrow morning
In the Oriental hotel at Italian Kvery in-
dication points to W. V. Allen of Austin
as the successor of Dr Hobble as presi-
dent of the league.
Heavy Clearings of Cotton
(fouilDn Pott Special )
ALVE8TON Texas October "t.-The
port of Galveston today cleared for Euro-
pean ports a total of 48117 hales of cot-
ton with a value of I2.JSB17 one of the
biggest day's clearings of the staple In
the history of the port.
NURSINO MOTHERS AND MALARIA.
The Old Standard Grove's Tasteless Chill
Tonic drives oat millris and builds up ths
srstssa for grews staple Sod eUldrss Ms
Nflrfittr'W Ma"resscs ; .
S Don't FraezB sjr
M JEWEL STOVESj W
ljSs We ell for cash or on easy mm00 f I
s5sj55 payments. Best bakers and Gfs4f ...I
ajrJ heaters made and use least
Ztt ED. C. SMITH FURNITURE CO. jjt
t4Wff ' 1207 CenBrass Arm. iv.
Let the lower lights be burning. They c
A aleam across the work at night
WE BURN ARC LIGHTS FOR EMERGENCY WORK
Houston Car; Wheel - fit; Machine
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