The Houston Post. (Houston, Tex.), Vol. 24, Ed. 1 Sunday, October 25, 1908 Page: 4 of 48
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Houston daAly post: sunday m6rning; ootober 25?iooa
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kssrstyxrijir j-jltj-j-j ltu-lti n.nnn.riiviwiiiiiirfiiiirviMVi " T -i-i-r - -
THIS IS THE LAST WEEK
In Which Democrats Can Demonstrate Their
Loyalty to the Party With Cash.
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A Fmd A lay
li f It I
Rengo Has Solred The PreUea cf Ftt Ridsstfoi With-
oat Starvation Diet or Tiratesa Exercises.
f Barfty Sm. a 50. Bfli Fret It AO.
This DlmtrAticm Plainly 8howi What Rengo Has Dona.
Write tor a Free 50o Package Today.
T'ne Rniro It !? perfectly safe. Yfu
wt it like fruit of r.iruiy and ssily and
fe!y reduce ymir fit a pound a dsy
Fur Mie by all drurKi?T st Jl per
full sied N'X. or lv mail prepaid by
The Renyo ('.- -tlT H.'nn 31d . Detroit.
MVh TTie company niii tchnllv send you
a if' pack aire free b niaii. if you will
write them dire-'t to Petrott anl inclosa
Haodlsd and A VBC Kellv's Com-
. . ilVLiLJ plele
Keen Edge" Axes
Our Own Brand Cross Cut Saws Wedges
Files Saw Tools Etc
t We have everything in this line you need. Not in pmall quantities
but the largest stock in the State.
Bering - Cortes Hdvv. Co.
mi w w t i rv
NO AD LESS
THAN 30 CENTS
Kattmann & Kneeland Tent Co.
PHONES 831 BOISTOH TEXAS 1212 TRANKUN
lOr a an Fvidenc of pofvi faith and to
help pay p. .!aire and parking . no free
pa. ka;ea at drug ston s.
Rengo I? for sate and recommended In
Houston by J Hunt net m. 1019 Congresa
avenue. K J Luhn. 719 Main Ktreet ;
Rouse b drug storo 401 Main street.
TO BEACH THE FARM ESS OF
TEXAS AMD SOlTTHEXN AND
WESTERN LOUISIANA. ....
REACHES 31.000 rSOSFESOUS
FARMERS. GARDENERS AND
IF yon hrrt nythla to sell ov
trad to thU thrift rltu yol
r.n ...THE HOUSTON SEMI-
WEEKLY FOST to FJadkl mi
THEY ALWAYS BRING RESULTS
Rice Hay and Wagon
riaa Mad I Ordw. Dnpmt
for Mildew Prevaatztivsj.
While yaterliy' receipts ere disap-
pointing the rnulu show Uial we are
ulthln haUtnc distance of the WX mark
and by food lurk that flfure may be
We are on the ltt week of the urn-
ratgn On next Friday the fund will be
closed Tn Wednesday the last remit
tence by mail will be made On Friday
Trtaaurer Rid.ler will be notified of the
amount on htmd subje t to his sight
Of coiirae. the laet week Is to lie the
most strenuous Week of the wlole am-pal-n
r.d the need of money will be
treat Those who feel dlspojrd t give
may rest assured thai at no siax? the
campaign I. a there been a grf.cii netnl
of money and at no stage w.. contribu-
tions accomplish more real k 1 e are
still In l.opes of reaching the S10." goal
but that will mean "ni- K"od work
everywhere In The i'osi unltorj. and
we are beginning to fear tl.at some who
have been most active are beennlng to
Anyway neit Friday will tell the story
and The Poat's popular f.ind for the
campaign of WW will be completed on
Statue of the fund
Previously acknowledged IS.ttJ
John lovejoy Houston iX)
Kulshoax collection by J. U-
Vlulnn 26 00
Onalaska collection by S. E. Wis-
dom K N. Key. 1. revllle I
W 1 Bunting I vnMt 1
B. U Word. Alfr.d 1 .V
J H Prdin. Glm lile 1 00
O. K. Halley. Jasmine 1 ox
M Rennon. rounnbua 1 uO
Orosbeeok Journal collection No.
3 by 11 E Kills IS ol
A. 1. Irflgh. Houston.. '
Pearce's ba e of cotton. Lockhnrl !
Hon Norman U Klttrnll. Houston n)
S K Turley. Wlllia e u
Houston collection by J t" Hutch-
eeon. Jr 2&M
Houston eollectlon by R. S Phil-
lips 6 W
Total Mj :il
Kcniitted to t.eadiiim: ti-rs J )
rn'.ince on hand $315 Zl
Colonel R M. Johnston Houston. Texas.
'a-e Houston Post.
Fulshcar. Texas. October ?4 IWi S1-:
Inclosed find check for 126. cortl fouled to
the Hryan campaign fuw ' y the follow-
ing cltlien.i of tills p.ace:
J H gulnn .. .. tl 00
S J Avis 1 0
T H Heir- 1 oil
K M H.lgelns 1 00
Jo n Al. Patton 1
V T Wade 1 '0
George Hunken 1 0o
Cash 1 00
J il Maves 1 ov
J. M H:i..l It"
M K Mayes
Simon S.'lomon 1 "0
J S Mayfn
J S Iil!er
R V Janii-s
J. K. Slnionton
J P. Ptamsburg ... 1 00
W. P. Welmer
F. K Flo ds
1! W Shaw
A. l' Mi Junkln . .
J P Yasser
W B. I'tley
G A. Rhntrann ..
Iir R Iv Harris
J 1 On
J. II. Qulnn.
Colonel R. M. Johnston Treasurer. Care
Houston Post City.
Houston. Texas. (Vtober 2t. Dear Sir:
Inclosed please find check for 9fi for the
Bryan campaign fund contributed by the
following "faithful." but tardv. demo--rats
We ilo not believe that Pryan
really reijuires any casii fund to Insure
his eh'' thin but v.e cheerfully contribute
Hob Warren II 00
R AcLerman 1 ill
K R Walton 1
T M Ms. mi 1 .
R S Phillips 1 '
R S Phillips
lion P M Johnston Houston. Texas
Houston. Texas. October "I - Dear Sir
Ir-tosed herewith !r;ise find my check
for Tev .-oil. .!..) h rne for the Hrvn
and Kern oampalyn fund from the fol-
Robert I. Cole. C I. Teat. I. W CraU.
Jr. I Hryan A- in. V r Vnn Valkiu-
berg. Cash. J C Harvinon J. A. Ump.
THE LABORING VOTE
SHOWN TO BE LARGELY WITH
BRYAN AND KERN.
Resolutions Adopted at Kansas City
Meeting; by Officers of the In-
ternational Labor Unions.
(Hrtirton Post 5tai.)
CH.ICACO Vt(ilxr :4 With fw ex
rfpt i.'iijf. t lit iiumr"!;s ."-tiitw )-
lug l;ikfn t hroia;tiiHJt th1 untry h)i w
thai tl.f latorint ih larpoiy with
Br an and Krn. As a inuUtT f f a- t .
r.'ar!y a!! the labor unions liav InthirHftl
the roursM of J?n'- ioinpcm and Mr
John MltrheJI of thf F.-.hrathn of La-
bor. In support inn: th l.'nin rntlr t rU -et
IVsplte the extMenrH of ttits condi-
tion with refprpiK v to t ti labor votp re-
liuhlh an Campaign inanarrs art- f rnn-tl-all
ndea or Ing to make It a linear
that the 'fat!;-r of Injunctions" :ji the
choli- of union labor and that f 'rest. i-nt
Gomp?r8 and Mr. Mitchell are In bad
breaks up Grip and
do nut respond to rt'ttiests
for free samples because a few
doses of "Seventy-seven" is apt
to break up t lie most striiuis
Cold; and we think that a quar-
ter of a Dollar is not niui h uf a
risk for .isMitcd health- fur that's
what freedom from Colds means
in this i Innate.
All Druggists sell most l)rup;-1
gists recommend 4'77."
Huniuhrevs Homao. Medicine Co. i'nr '
William and Ann StrsieVl Mew York.
r r Dleksoo and
present the entire
f repubUcsus mla-
of this kind of
. eipt Of this TW-
: truly youra
r. . Texas.
24. Dar 81r: I
R M Johnston. Hon" n
Willis Taiaa. Octo
Inclose you che k foi I
trlbutlon to the d
fund to use In the h J
moment af the carapa:
I am a traveling no--continual
work on tv to
and my cltlaenshlp N-it.g
not get to vote this mm
been an ardent support-:
1 admire him more toda
for he la without doul t
and the peer of any mun
as a statesman. It Is
Trxan to go to the pohs
my eeoend con-
nd most critical
' nineteen years'
ad aa ealsern&n.
In Missouri will
I have always
- of Bryan and
than I ever did.
an honest man.
dead or living.
I duty of every
and vote. Very
S. R Turley.
Hon. R M. Johnston. Houston Texas.
Lockhart. Texas Octoher a My Hear
Colouel Mr. J. K. IVurce manager of
the round bsvle gin plant at Lockhart has
donated to ice as State chairman with
the understanding that I auction It on the
I street during the parade of the Lockhart
street fair oae round ha:e of cotton for
j the benefit of the National democratlo
I campaign fund This I did. securing from
I Mr. J. G. Blanks a lo. al merchant and
cotton buer of Iockhart. the sum of i5
cents per pound netting $62.50. for which
I Inclose you my check Will you kindly
forward placing It to the credit of Texas?
Your truly A. B. Btorey. Chairman.
Hon. R. M. Johnston. Houston Post
Hoar Sir: Another staunch democrat.
Mr. O- F. It:.ey of our town wants to
do his share and hereby forwards his
dollar to be applied to f.::..l. Respectful'y
yours. T F. Payne.
R. M. Johnston Houston. Texas.
Qroaabeeck. Texas. October 23 Dear
Sir: Inclosed herewith I hand you check
lor US to be applied to the Bryan-Kern
campaign find. This amount added to
our previous remittances makes a total
of 4 xillected by the Journal to aid In
the astabl)r.hment of a government
wherein the "people shall rule." The re-
mittance corers contributions from the
follow ;ng ;
J S'. Rutin county chairman $S 00
J O. Therreil 1 00
l 8. P Beach l 00
l'r W Brooks 2 oo
A M. N'abors 1 00
Pal Leach. f 1 00
J Solon Hunk 1 oo
J S Strather .. 1 no
W B Douglass 1 no
Xi:fe Strother 1 i)
W. J. Iiobbs 1 00
tl. E. tinmes 1 ilu
J. E. liiadlej 1 oo
Total $1 00
Respectfully. H. E. EUls.
Houston Post. Houston. Texas.
Onalaska. Texas. October 13. Gentle-
men: Find Inclosed check to th amount
of K M for National campaign funt. The
contributors are as follows:
J. W. Hayton $1 00
S A G. re 1 00
J II Butler 5o
1 r i ; It. Barnes 1 00
D- S K. Wisdom 1 oo
Total (4 50
We are earnestly praying for the suc-c.-s
of Mi Hryan. Mr. Hayton Is a
K I old volid Mason Hd says he has
n: ole.l In several years but says he
Klie wants to vote for Mr. Bryan.
Wishing for the democrats a world of
su- e ss. 1 beg to remain yours very re-sfi.-.
tfully S. K. Wisdom.
Houston Post Houston. Texas.
Alfred. Texas. October 23. -Inclosed
pl.a-e find SI for the Bryan fund from
at. . Id Confederate soldier w ho served In
cjinpany Iv Twcnt v-flftli Texas regiment
i r s biiKa.le. Cleburne s division.
TVnoa;. . ariii 1 mirs truly
B I.. Word
o-t lth the !ab..r vote. Of course this
kh -i of caJiipaiKn does not fool anybody.
rI"l. f- howiii resolutions adopted at a
r cut mct.iiK r the officers of Inter-
nlli .niii laooi unions having headuuar-t-i
In Kansas i n. have an liucicsting
hi ii in on ii... Miuatlon.
k l eieas. it ! I ..-ing represented that
tl- incinl.ers i f .tanlzed labor are not
In smiii ai hy viTi. ii. political action of
Ptesidenl lioini.crs and the executive
n.mll ..' th.- Au.encan Federalion of
IV her as. tils rse statement Is being
l. ulatcl ai I :-..! v ( enemies oi
piVst.lcnt i.in.i.rs both In and outslda
of !. iab. i n. -. . incut (o Influence the
IllitMblTs of oiuaniz. d lalior l.i vote for
thfl i publican . a.'.illdale for president
ar.4 to Ii. Hi... 1'iesldeiit OolliiK-rs. tliero-
forf. h" it
IVsohtd. That we the undersigned of-
ficers of Kansas City Mo. anil Kansas
Cit Kan . f . i : indorse the action of
Pirtidei.t H.ohp.rs and the executive
coixk-ii and r. ...nmiend to the members
of Lricanizcri labor of both cities that
tnei s ipp.irt ii... political program as
I.. I .low. j i .... American Federation of
l.iluar.l J Rnker. jfeneral president
lulled nr.. Deis leather Workers on
liors. g. ...is
Jolm .1 IT. iff. r. general sscretary-
ti.iuui. r I Ult.-.i Urothers Leather Work
ers. on h..rsc goods.
Wllbiii Ri.iKKi.'is. grand president
Protl.erh.. .i Clerks.
If. I I ishe: k::.iii secretary-treasurer
Brother Itallnai Clerks.
J r luley . vice grand president
Kl otfl.rl.. ...I lia.luay Clerks.
J ' abb- i t.matlonal ecretary-
treasnur i International t'nlun
c f .oi 1 1. A inei . a
J A I'lai.ki.i international president
International lit oti.erhood of Boilerma-
kers W J Cl th. ipe. International secretary-
trea ire: .f i .. International Brother-
hood P.. I'. I mail r
M A H iiz.mari first International vies
pro .den: Ii.icr ! i. uui Brothernovu Uoi-
rrnmkers Ji.bn K Brav c. i.ernl eecrernry-treaa-urer
Aira kani.c. i Sheet Metal Workers.
I he hIh.vi re. . were Indorsed by
the (entiai I. at ; union of Kansas City
In regular sess; -i
THEY COULDN'T SMOKE HIM OUT
Treasurer SheHon Dodge Charge
Made by Nathan Straus.
fi r..rt Sptcial.)
WASHIXi 11 1 October 24. Verifica-
tion of ti e n st o.nt oontalned In these
dispatches that r:p poverty of the Na-
tional republics .ommtttes was but a
sham pletenslor as already leaked out
on Wall street. . i u baa became known
thst In seven ths "street" raised
over h third .f r mion of dollars for
Taft . ampn'o r rug Information came
out 'ii the ii. I. . ihe close of the past
week This Ii se sum Was raised In
part by parson contributions from trust
magnates and . ordlnsr to Inside Infor-
mation obtnlne io Nathan Straus by
cold-blooded In !.;; 0f practically every
broker la Wan street to the extent of
SOW a pise. Mr f-araua' Information la
J. S. Rlc B. U Crai
J C. Hutcheaon Jr
Thee contributions :
cash balances of the
tors after twelve yearn
rule which we havf
upon the ho(e of bet'
If I can find any :
money will send It u
mlttance and oblige.
Baltimore aod New YorS
Short Men Stout Men the. Tall and Slim
or the big Corpulent Citizens of our glorious country
will sing a song of praise when they see how stylishly and becomingly they
can be dressed at Moderate Cost.
SCHLOSS CLOTHES are made in a particular way for particular men.
They have become known everywhere as "Correct Clothes for Gentlemen" not
only because their style is undeniably correct but because they are unmistakably
the sort of garments that gentlemen wear and are proud to wear.
Ask the Fashionable Clothes Shop of your City to show you
the 1900 SCHLOSS models if tey haven't the new
models we will cheerfully send them no obligation to
buy our pleasure to show.
DON'T ACCEPT a substitute look for the genuine with this
LABEL sewn in garment.
that each broker who failed to contribute
is to be listed in the "In-bad" column of
the republican party
Apparently caught with the goods on
by Mr. Straus. Treasurer Sheldon of
the republican committee found no way
out of his predicament except to enter a
straight denial. Mr. Straus' answer was
that "Mr. Sheldon knows that he Is
I'nable to get Mr. Taft to publish the 1
campaign contributions before the elec- I
tlon the democrats are trying to smoke
out Treasurer Sheldon and Mr. Straua
challenges Mr. Sheldon to submit to an J
Investigation by four disinterested per-
sons the charge that the republicans sue- I
cessfully held up Wall street brokers for
J5C0 a piece. Mr. isheldon. however would
not be smoked out and merely replied
that Mr. Straus could not get Into a con-
troversy with him about the matter
chairman Hitchcock said he approved Mr.
Sheldon's course and that the republican
committee will take no further notice of
Mr. Straus charg?.
DOES M0EE EXHIBITION WOEK
Taft Spends a Strenuous Day in
(Ajsociale.I Press Rgporl.)
INDIANAPOLIS. Ind.. October 23 -The
day s exhibition of political enthusiasm
In Indiana has been such us to eclipse all
previous campaigns according to the s1a-
tlonal and Stale leaders who have been
with the Taft special. Bo great have been
the crowds everywhere that even the ar-
rangements of the local committees have
been overriden. Appreciating the condi-
tion and realising that while he might
be heard by the few. It was better to
meet the demand of the many who would
be satisfied with a sight of lilm. Mr. Taft
has done less talking and more "exhibi
tion" work than heretofore.
Wherever he has spoken his remsrks
have been abbreviated and what he has
Ziiid nai Deen a repeimon oi nrs recent
peeches. This one note however has
dominated his thought today.
"Indiana Is surely alive to her political
responsibility and the character of her
enthusiasm means the success of ths re-
publican party" he said.
WILL ISSUE HIS FORECAST.
Chairman Hitchcock Leaves for Chi-
cago (or Final Conference.
(Auoctalti Prtst Rtferl.)
NEW YORK October 23 -Chairman
Hltohcoek of the republican National
committee left for Chicago at 1:30 p. m.
today. He will have a final personal con-
ference there on the political situation
and conditions In the West and Middle
West and return here Monday morning.
Ha ssld before his departure today that
upon his return he would remain here
unUI after the election. He added that
soon after his return here he would five
out his forecast of the result.
Harvey E. Williams chairman of th
Ohio repuWIcsn Hlate executive commlt-
tse said: "They are ready to vote and
to vote right. I see no reason to doubt
that Taft will carry Ohio by at least
T6.000. Th entire republican ticket will
be sleeted try about the same plurality."
Copyrighted 1908 by
SCHIOSS BROS 8 CO.
rue Clothes nahers
Our Fourth Annual Sale of SAMPLE SHOES
They are t he same make that we have offered heretofore.
Sample Shoes are the best finish styles and materials that
the factories know how to make and von get the most for
the least money; only one thing apainst these shoes and
that is that they are sample sizes 3 32 and 4 AA A and
I! widths and one pair of a kind. It's worth your while
to come and try them on because they are $3.50 and $4.00
Shoes. The sale price for Monday f
will he PsW.l V
We will not send these Shoes out on approval because
there is only one pair of a kind in the lot.
We also offer a birr special in Women's Hosiery; "JrfA
black or tan boot and allover lace Hose; 50c value. . . JVC
in i s w in
Electric & Machinery Co.
lewewwevnwK leeeer mrm aaaaee
: Wljolesale Droptrs
f- va (
be a failure in thehandaot other dantli
Dr. J. 0. H0WAR
FA IN LESS OIWnSTlY ;
31 7X Main Street Old Tkmm 51
L ... - ' . .J
etxmt ma moaertr
las sew Taetaal ;
ill yonr driiiTlw for I t
other bat isnl stams fat 1
OlnstrtMd koek-walsd. tl gtssi '
For Bala sw
MAD POST WAIT
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