The Houston Post. (Houston, Tex.), Vol. 26, Ed. 1 Saturday, March 11, 1911 Page: 3 of 16
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" V :" Uvdelti Priu Rrfrt.)
:" . XL PASO. Tsxe Harch J9. Th
' ' ' grand Jury yesterday returned to-
; dletments agVnst six f exlcena on
' the charge of kidnr :..g Lawreno
' v; I Converse and- I.Aiiv rtt two
'4 i 2 ; weeks wo '.Th nam. i of th men
'-'f-w indicted wai no it out until
I arrests are mad. TM Mllsv-d
- ? 5 Ink th. flitit ilal toui J atLTaui-
' i iqoa proceedings.
V Si $ i ARTILLERY ARRIVED
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modliowvW th -M-'jow tti
' Hla start Jurist a yst eompleta. bat
thla evening he gv out th following of
' who O.M m charg f various
arvoncug u in --;. n. previa-.
? -OonaThrigad In thta.jattr.V 'i '-'-'
V f . Chief of staff Ortobol Oeorg t. Bartlstt
. ati.nt.- akw a aii.lneon Cantata
."'.OaioaM Bherren of Mobile. Tbether-
eppotatment wtffbe taao tewtww. r
rarI Hllla graoWnlr-VeeetT04 the
newspaper i men- assuring thee that an
' avafleble information at Mad would .;
. gladly (iveo out end at the gam tiro b
granted the representative of thepres
: order natch will 'admit then to tha fort
-and the camp at any time also eta tin!
; that -'the- ooy werov alwaya weloomo.
Aakod f or hia .octnloa on the meaarn of
the b! movement he only laughed and"
i m turn naked for the opinion of the prow
being non-committal aa to any periooal
: oplniona that ho might hara v .-
: colonel Miiey in liommano.
v .Among the arriyala on the offloSal ataff
thj mei-Blng waa Colonel C I. BaOey.
aaalatant to chief of artillery at Waahint-
- baptaln Bdward Carpenter also of da
partment headquartara. ' . They atartad
. (irtth their trunk and personal baggage.
" but on route the baggage-was loot ted
despite trenuoua NertorU to locate the
same the telegraph wires and railroad
agenta not being spared It had apteea
... located un to thla evening. - ' -
? 43olonel Bailey wtU command the First
provisional regiment the one . WW rjn
process of forming. . He I not "unknown-.
in Texas and he today greeted many
- friends whom he made In 1191-tt when
he wss stationed at Galveston during U0
Spanish-American war. He is a veteran
of the service and very popular In mill-
. tary and civil clrctea
Work at the Camp. "
Today with the arrival of more ooro-
4 panlea Fort Crockett la developing Into
i a Tegular military encampment. Guards
have been posted sentries put out fleM
and hospital headquarters established a
place fixed tor the signal corps and
wireless and overland telegraph service
la being put together.
The long array of brown tents backed
by the wagon camp equipment etc la
Imposing and It needs but little imagina-
tion to belle-re that a rea war with an
enemy threatening the coast of the United
6tates Is actually on.
Captain Julius Kllllan. purchasing com-
missary of the entire brigade arrived m
the city thla morning and before making
' any purchase he started out on a hunt
for a storage warehouse.
f 1 The eafighter.
U' ' It was announoed last evening that two
v aeaflghtsra had arrived off Oalveaton
1 .the scout cruiser Salem end the Chestar.
i nis morning nowover n. ueveiopeo mat
the Balom was the only veesel which had
;' arrived.- Th Batem la not. ooming 'up
si to th city but t anchored ftre mOes off
T - the end of the Jetties ' distance of over
twelve mile from the city proper 'ah I
where there Is plenty of room for any
sudden move that might be necessary
the Salem le in command of Commander
Oeorge R. Evans a relative of "Fighting
the naval hero of Spanish war days
gone by. with mm on tha
cruiser Is a force of sixteen officers and
SS4 men the Teasel being- stripped for
action and ready to get into actual fight-
Ing at a moment's notice. When Com-
mander NEvans received the orders U
come to Galveston shs was engaged fit
torpedo practice at Pensacola left ring
there twenty-four hours after receiving
word and coming to Galveston under a
nineteen-knot speed making th trip In
twenty-four hours and a half.
Mission le Unknown.
As soon a it was daylight this morn
ing th special correspondent t The
Post chartered the launch Be and made
trip out to the Salem being graciously"
welcomed on board. The first queatlon
asked by the commander and even be-
fore a like question could be put to him.
waa: "What does tills -movement mean T'
Commander Evans is Ignorant of the In-
tent end object and when shown a copy
of The Houaton Post of this morning
stated that be learned more of the Set-
ter than he had at any time since th
notice waa given out Hie orders sim-
ply were "Proceed to tjalveeton anchor
outside and wait further Instructions."
May Be Tampfe.
- It waa learned this afternoon from an
unofficial but reasonably reliable aoura
Hat th probable destination of th
crtrhur Is Tamploo Mexico and that she
win Vrobably be assigned to blockade
duty toNfceep an eye out for possible flu
-The Chester which was with Salem
at the time th order to proceed to Gal-
veston wss received also sailed but to
different destination unknown to Com
Another Quick Movement.
Commander Evans reports- that atlhe
asms time he waa at Pensacola three
vessels .of th French navy were there
having com from New Orleans -where
they represented thw French government
. during th llardt Or festivities. Just
prior to the Salem leaving for Oahrentnn
these vessels' which -were the cruisers.
Admiral Aube Ololro and Conde to oom
1 mand of Admiral De Laryette received
order to proceed to Vera Cms they get.
ting under way Dromotly. ' ; .'A
The Salem a stated. Is on Of the three
; Vessels of the special type known as scout
orulsejra tha other two being tha Cheater
and the Blrtnlnsham. They are nractieai.
far of .the same. description 'as th Balem
the veesel now .off Galveston being of the
following dimensions and armament: u
feet In length with a beam of 47.1 feet
PneunioRia to istodwiinl
ll Itiaa jjgath from gsgr ststrt
lange of temperature la tod
n tha are the souroe of much
qestruoUon Of human life.
i ana winter
alsoomlOn and daatnouoa Of bum
damp. eoM air. anow. awet and pun tak
turn arproduoing erop olooids and soughs.
These lead to pneumonia hesrly ererr osse
rlnntaa in a almnla eousB ana som
wss negtected. Thousands of people die
a mu from snn a
A sudden ehllW. rising fever sor throat.
reeuit It is more oertaln to resul la
tin (nana wquna irom gun anoc.. -
L Sndden ShllL risins fever an re
lMamenesa running nose headache eough.
painful breathing are th loteruaner o
' w. aruiu .tie
t tha one. aartara.
i remedy for colds and coughs; nun fly
ull's Cough. Syrup... it doe Mot ootUaut
5n hMn R Is perfectly safe and reliable.
I is the heat remedy forsooihing and sub
ulng th Inflamed oondltiona of the bron
hiaTtabe and lungs. It ohecka eough and
m quioKiy ana .opmpieieiy. Test.it ant
u beyer a lonn
CojBalUmore. lui. i
sve no delay get 1 rwuiar botl'e of the rem
edrpr!oe-o. fromy "r dnipuist biy end
take bo itute. 1 iis Is t bnt iY.v
Secret Oliehsive zi i DH:n : IVelTrttf bi:!i to
:iiB Have. Existed 'for' YexJm W-
-"'WETJOO CITT. lUrc' t-A "eoret
treaty which provide for an offensive and
def-nstva . ajqiano nxlsta' between' tha
governmenu of ICaxlo and Japan. .
- Thla statement wtU a doubt be denied
but It k an ebselut fact. A sroulnsat
flnancier who Is one of tha powers behind
th throw Is Itaxtoo today told The Post
eorraspondomt thai th Msxioan-Japaneee
secret treaty of alllanoa waa negotisted
about a year ago and .that he I among
the few who bad read th document.
. The treaty be said provides among
other things that In th event that Mex-
ico Is attacked by stronger power that
Japan will east to her rescue. Th non-
.ventlon further states that upon an offi-
cial request of the Mexican government
tor aid Japan will isapond witi hr army
aad navy.-v ..
- The flsaader whs gave Tha Post"oorre-
pondent this Information Is on th ta-
siae of everything that eocurs in govern
ment circles In Mexico and n Important
-movement can .be mad - without - him
being -not to secure -the facta. - He la-In
dee touch with President Diss and ths
financial banking Interests of ths ' re-
- ' ... Aid Notts mm lnvokaA . :
' Whan'aaked if h though that Frat
oent plan would mvok th aid of Japan :
.In th present amsrgsney he replied that
ha did not think ow H amid ahat It waa
his understanding anoVthe undsrstandiBg
of th flnfcncrs of Mexico that It waa'
"th purpose of the government of .the
United State to support President Diss. '
Th Amertosn government he said would '
aid In eruahins tha rebellion. That was
ths real object of the great military dent-1
onsomuon - on ms part oi
President Tslt hs said had- prtvatsly
Informed the representative of th for-
.eign tntereata In Mexico that it was ths
object and intention of th American
government to support Diaa. '
When asked what would happen In th
event of th death of President Diss the
financier replied that he believed th
. United States would Intervene and estab-
lish s stable government. - -
. . Asked whom he thought th American
government would support for th presi-
dency in th svent of th death of Diaa
be. replied timsntour "or. Creel f wr
"WUl Japan oom to" th aid f Mexico
In the preaoat crisis r Th Post corre-
-No .th . Mextean-Japsjl treaty . ex-
prVssly stipulate that ths sxtotmg jov
ernment of Mextoo must saake aa official
request for aid before Japan wal oom t
th resou. - A- th .situation stands
.Mexico is not in danger of attack by any
other power. The United States ta (tip
porting the existing government.' . --
"But sappoM Japan should oom m th
fray what thnrr .;fj. jf.;'
'.v .wum ca'wsfv-'
--'' NAa t. mU.: Japan IrrtMrfwttaa W
wholly tmprobaWs but tf tt should ooour
what wmrid follow would b appalling to
coatsmpiata. " It would bring nbout th
greatest War atnc th dawn .-of ctvUlsn-
tlon. Tb Interests of Great : Britain
Frsnoe and Oeraany in Mexico are Men
tlcal with those of th United tales.
Japanese Intervention .In Mexio would
cause a Anglo-Japan treaty to be tern
to ahreds and thrown to tb wind and
Great Britain would Un up with th
'United States. Germany ' and Franc
I- Would follow suit. It would be th whit
res pitted against th yellow raos witn
Vll Implements of modern warfare. The
wluii. vmitM -mil tMMtna Involved in
on gigantie war. Th result would b
"But an this wtn not oeour Jspsn I
not foolish enough to em bark hi such a
disastrous war. Japan baa not yet re-
covered from th effect of th war with
Russia. Th financial attuatlon( m that
country I not good and that la what
oounta . . .-.
"What wfll happen in my opinion is
this! Tha United States win assist th
tb Unttd t Diss government la crushing th revolu-
L uon ana tn siexiean-.apenees ireaty wiu
De prosen. xn rvaaaingroa govenun-a-
knews that the Mexican-Japan s treaty
exists and the abject of th present mlU'
tary and naval demonstration 1 to break
it under th guise of helping the Dies
government. It to notice to Japan that
so loffensivs or defensive alliance with
any Latin-American country -will fe tol-
erate by the United States. - -
"Foreign tnterestt tn Mexico welcome
the demonstration by th United States.
Th only complaint We have hi that It
should not bars occurred long ago.".. .;'
v mpnua wer - tni i i.i v nw -
i triumph of th whit race and the
Uow peril would b ended fpr all tint
-TXA OFFICSRS ACCKPT.
tvrl WIN Psrtlolpst In Border:
- - -- (.kxttcimtti PrsM Jtaysrt.) .'
AUSTIN Texas March It. .
Thus far the following officers of
tha' Texaa 'National Guard have
algntfled Their intention of partlot-T '2
pattng tn the border maneuyefs:
- Major L. T. Roger. Major A. W. J
Bloor Lieutenant C X Test. Lieu-
tenant Wallae J. Moor sod CP-' 2
tain 1. H. Tounger an of Austin;
Captain J. P. Cranks Laredo;
Captain" Ben Smith Fort Worth; -
First Lieutenant A H. Boswell and . t
Second Lieutenant W. A. McKm-
nay Fort Worth: Captain George
J. Head and Lieutenant J. Colaya
Brownsville; Major F. H Koach
Dallas and Major Lapowaki El
and drawing 1. feet of water. She is
equipped with twin-screw turbine engine
Capable of developing s speed of twenty-
four knots psr hour. Her cost waa II.-
41.171 her armament constating of two
high-power l-kich guns six high-power
1-inch gun and six torpedo tubeev Her
complement consists of sixteen officers
and K4 men.- The officers are aa fol-
low: -- "
Commander G. ' B. Evans U. 8. N..
commanding- Lieutenant Commander R.
C. Bulmer V. 8. N.; Lieutenant Com-
mander T. 8. Win lams U..& N-i Lieu-
tenant Lewis Coxe U. 8. N.; Passed
Assistant Surgeon W. J. Zalesky. U. 8.
N.i Passed Aasistant Paymaster Brants
Mayer U. 8. 14.; Ensign Walter F. Jacobs
U. S. N.; Ensign Garret K. Davis. U. 8.
N.s Ensign Charles R. Clarke. U. 8. N.;
Ensign H. D Burdlck. U. 8. N.; Chief
Mschlnlst B. . Hlggtns. U. 8. N.; Chief
Machinist Joseph Fltton. U. 8. N.; Car-
penter Alfred R. -Hughes. U. 8. N.j Ma-
chinist Charles M. Baldwin. U. S. N.;
BoaUwaln Otto. J. Haltnorth. U. 8. N.;
Parmaatera Clark G. W. Armstrong.
U 8. N. -
Will Not Enter Harbor v
Asked If he expected to bring th crui-
ser up to the city and anchor alongside
th wharves. Commander Evans said that
he did not. His order at present were to
await outside for further instructions and
this hs would do. It Is possible however.
If he remains any length of time In thla
vicinity that he might -com up Into th
roads and (here anchor. -'
This Is not the first trip' to Oalveeton
for Commander Evans. He was here first
in 1S91 In the Torktown and again In IMS
on board the battleship Kearsargs as Hag
Two others of the officers on th Salem J
have also previously visitea uaiveaton
both during the visit of tha White Squad-
ron in IMS. These officers are Lieuten-
ant Lewis Cox and Lieutenant B. C
Rigid Routine Knferoed.
Th rigid routin incidental to prepara-
tions for war is strictly enforced on th
Salem at this time. It Is understood that
all ifhore leave has been stopped and that
th men are aa would b ssld in th
army "sleeping on their arms."
The ship is painted bottle green or
almost black her big guns poking their
noses out -through the porta and with
armed lookouts constantly on watch th
appearanoe of the vessel la formidable.
Ail loose deck fixtures have been re-
moved all wooden work s piled ready to
b thrown overboard or disposed of mir-
rors have been taken down and glass-
ware packed and .even th ruga in tb
privet quarters of th officers have been
taken up so that nothing will Interfere.
In oase tb "veesel Is called on to go into
action. . -r
The scout cruisers are termed "the de-
tectives of th navy' their mission being
In advene of the regular fleet of heavy
sea fighter their duty to keep watch
and report to the- fleet commander ; of
possible movements of an enemy. ;
Built for high speed they depend on
that rather than the weight of their
guns but being armed with th deadly
torpedoes they can In oase of opportunity
or necessity prove to be formidable foe.
. Th strictest of discipline is now being
maintained and examples of this- were
given this morning when at the call to
quarter there waa read the result of the
findings of th court-martial of Ave of
the member of tb crew. -. -
The offense were principally for over-
ttay of error leave and the men wer
stven from one to two month confine
ment aifcijfee.iosg.of. front 17 to su of
Plant at tan Auaustln' Ranch '-
tf'' .t fAuttdfrtmKtftrO
EL -PABCv Texas March 10. New
reached hx today of a fight at tb Baa
Augustln ranch in Mexloo directly op-
posite Fablna. between a ead et.eixty-
eight Insurrectos and 1M federals under
Lieutenant Cblottel PueBUta aent out from
. Twenty of the insurrectos cam across
th river nd wer captured and disarmed
by Captain Lindsay U. S Ad '-Tenr wer
armed with rifles. Three horses .end
quantity of ammunition were oapturod.
The Inanrreoto officer 'Quit their' men
early in the fight; About belt of th party
Wr Ainertoans. r ..j. .-. .. ..'. .
I;iTt-towrh"f' eolda etlnIQr.'
Coua Laxir. Guaranteed. Smith Drug Co
- 1 -r rt 7 - -1 r- .' ..
A POSITIVE DENIAL
THT JAPAV SAB VSXS GBAXT
r. - ZD C01TCZSSI0X8.-.
De Lb Bxr Authoriie4 to 8y Tht
Kezioo 0Te Ho PxfTileKM.to ;
MEXICO CITT March ltvTbat Mexloo
has granted to Japan bo oonoesslon tor
th roslntenanoe of a naval station and
no prlvtleg on th Tehaun tepee railway
are statements which Enrique C. Creel
minister of foreign affairs this afternoon
authorised Francisco De La Barn Mexl
an ambassador at Washington to make.
The increasing rumor in th Unttod
State that Mexloo had entered Into an
agreement with Japan whereby the latter
was to be permitted to use eertain porta
along the coast of Lower California and
to be granted special privileges toy
transportation of "-supplies over
Isthmian rallwnv caused Mr. De
to send to the foreign oroce today a
auest that he be permitted to
definite statement re carding th ehargea
Mr. Creel has also7 asked -Ambassador
De La Bar to extend to President Tart
his thanks for th Utter' friendly atti-
tude and for the explanation he seat to
President Diss relative to tb mohlllte-
tlon of American troop.
Mexico le Grateful.
"Mexloo could not expect anything; els
from s oountry which ha shown herself
-to be such a friend during so many yearas
and that so efficiently has aided In her
economic development" Mr. Creel says
in hi telegram to Mr. De La Bare add-
ing. -' i -
"Th words Of th president will no
doubt tranquills Mexican opinion." 1
In another message of the ambaassdro
to Minister Creel regarding a conference
be held with President Taft yesterday
'"President Taft warmly eulogised
President Diss and added that the Ameri-
can government will try to aid within th
proper limits th cause of pesos and order
In Mexloo; that it cannot be Indifferent as
much on account of Mexico being a neigh-
bor as- because of -American capital in-
vested in Mexico. He closed by saying
that th United States is determined to
fulfill Its International duties among
which Is the maintenance of the sover-
eignty of other countries; and especially
lu'deallng with Mexloo with whom It has
such friendly relations."
Invasion Not .Kxpectod. -Mexicans
officials and privets cltlaens
appear to have eooep ted tb view that th
mobltlxatlori of troop along tn border
presage no invasion of their oountry.
President Taft's offlclsl aasuranoa that
there wee no menace In the government's
step together with the disclosures last
night of Its real object th stopping of
filibustering has apparently been accepted
without reserve and. with s feeling of
satisfaction. Officials declined to enter
into a discussion of th latest phase of
the situation. Confidence waa expressed
anew however in th ability of th gov-
ernment to suppress th rebellion la due
time with' the soure of American aid to
the rebel out off and It waa pointed out
that with tb -army - that - la already In
the field and th fore that Is ia reserve
there Is little likelihood of affair taking
turn which would give excuse for Inter-
ference from outside.-
' '"'Warn Government.
'-'A number of tb dam carry editorial
oom ment on th explanation given last
night by th Associated Press but moat
of them take an opttmlstle view of th
situation. . fit Tiempo a paper popularly
supposed to represent the views of the
Catholic clergy. Is th moat vigorous In
kits expression. This paper sneer at
tne una oi intervention out warns tn
Mexican government that a wise ptogram
must be carried out if Intervention la
avoldd.. It advise th government to
make such changes in th personnel of
public officials as are necessary to allay
popular disapproval and to do It at onoe
and without-fear of offending any one.
regsrui-se m nis present ataaamg.
i "Intervention would not mean what It
did tn Cuba Honduras or Nicaragua a
military diversion easily realised7 says
El Tiempo "and without any lemen table
result. It would mean a genuine war with
Mexloo through which our frontier might
be occupied oar ooeata bloeaded. our
ports destroyed and our ommuaioatloa
With the remainder of th world out off."
El Tiempo suggests that International
war might follow intervention and sar-
castically venture th opinion that- th
Americans would and this bed for "bust-
.ness" the. English word being used.
Kail way oinoiaia and otner Amenean
.LZoii'd 1cL':'ect:CIothes.v'i:or &A&fJy'k
In Cur 2?li ilc-ojrtnibait and lmmio Viity; '? ! ' fC - xO; .
;and itz these clothes ; It worth your -while to t 1 -a Ji -V0 '
f look .U them and were proud ta show-them; h J .
- J 1 7 '
Henb Nev Suits at $120
That Bounds fijee: b mlghtr -8111111 price
to pay for B Jod suit but the uiti :
speak for 'themselves when it comet to'
style material and fit c New grays
tans and blues1 in' fancy striped and
mixed effects of light weight worsteds x
Men's and young men's models: for -
Ik Spring Suits Pt S15.C0
.. . Ton do not nsnd to bw a Judg of Oothhiy; '.
' Talud to select froin our; line of Sprlna
ynlU st 1)9.00. for vrr rait Involved la
' "worthy "of your ownership. Too gunpli can
ot go wrong la your ekoloa. ' Ther ar
h soona of pattern all good; tn light weight
pur wool raBrieg.Baii used wtth good mr
hairs and cut. and m4 tn th ry beat
8prlng stylas; at-s . f . H
; bTi.sm. nv CDA nn
viiuij iaaaacsi tit. iMyr4 t . . .
tha best efforts of th leading clothes maker are repreente4.1n these- 20.00 models. Smart
pattern in shade of gray blues tana: and Twna; -two and tiiree-tratton coats with ghortv
or long roll lapel; narrow or broad ahoolden and: aonfe cot od the new' English fifi An
unea; eat nude and finished to perfection a every point; for a'.;..r;lX'.i- eJasUeUll.
" w ..... ' . ' i i .
Oar assortment includes the choicest output of iitcJrlilgh ctass makers ; '
'ygs Slein-Bloch Go.1 Fcchheimer-Fishel Co.t Samuel Wi Peckani V:
Washington ' Clothing Co. Trices 'range from $W.0Qih $40.00 and i
cwy auu a a ycrcciity jmisnea proaucuon. .
Some Items of Interest in the Men's
v Furnishing Departmeni
15c Men's Black and'
Tan Half Hoo
25c Lisle and Imlta-
- tioa Otryot Suspend
$1.50 iShtrts at $148 :'
One small lot of twenty-fiVe dozen;
pleated Shirts cmt styie cuffs a
tached all light patterns izes 14 to
V; while they.last-;. ; ; f
vi r- t.--
' 50c- Men's Bine
- .f -f
-fJ y a
It? our hns inets to tJreai boys 'isi W rigHt up to the piirk when v
it cme to the mattw ofxTolw prt
New French Sailor Suits '
Boys' Spring Suitsv
Fancy stripes and mixed gray and. Un
cheviota : - in rfianv rjatterna : coats "vet
made in single and double breasted modN
eis i or j-ounon witn long wpeis ; pants
made peg top buckles on side belt straps
and full cut knickerbockers; sizes 6'to 17
years . - '
$4.00 $5.00 and
lor USJe Doys -
These elever little Salts are model-Ji aiw the
V renafne French sauor suit and are cunning
ana attractive; - maae t piaut uutd rancy sine
serge trimmed In bine silk with belt-of.mate. i
rlal Inches wide;. sle ttlfiA aa
rears; 8.50 and. .. ...r... eiU.UU
1 CreaiBi sergOi 'mnmed in- brown vtth browii
nod belt; ; sBtag SH t I years;' 1 0 Cft
t f v v v : -
i lows Bus-
ter Brown and Blouse
Suits in hlue gray and
Un with white shields;
sizes 2yi to 10 years. -
Wash Suits for. Boys :
Wash Unit "of ntadraa peroale .
glngnanv linene and rep hi Mili-
tary Baster Brown and - Sailor
strlea; JbrowHi tan hlne white and
gray and fancy gtripe; gise SH to
lfi years. j ;t .
Fi. SI HO Wash
. Suits' of
percale gingham s and
madras fn Military Bus-
ter Brown and Blouse
models; sizes 2 to'10.
Yotmg men arei wearing
oar - Klam'i j Harvard
Hats" and that's a good
certificate' of merit " We
believe the" Harvard is the
best $3.00JHattmfe At
'any rate.' we've seen noth-'
Ing V better' ;There ' are
Stiff Hats in: the latest
and best blocks and Soft .
Hats in all the new tans
grays' and - browns . in
every correct; width fof
brim and style of crown ;
rood Hats and eobd look
Jngfor-- " ' - . - 1
BOYS' SCHOOL SHIRT Of madraa and percale
in tan cream brae and neat figures aBd stripes;
oft or laundered. Milan; sises .11 to 14;
soft or laundered dollars; sises .11 to 14 rA
at T6o and WWC
BOYS!. BLOUSES Vblaolid colors and In
striped and figured effects; toft or laundered
ollars; sizes 6 to 16 years; at 75t Cfir ' "
aitd.A.. ....... wUC
Foil lines of Boys'' ana
Juvenile Straw Hatsf of
filao and chip with plain
or fancy. hands; medionv
riarrow and wide brims--
SUPPLIES LAID IN
FOB 10000 HMT JOB rOUi
XOHTES AT UX 1ST0HI0.
Ths Other1 10000 Jfea Ordered to
Fort 8am Houston JUy Be De-
tailed f or Ihity Diewhere.
repreaenang large buslneee latereeta In
Vex loo szprees theauelvea as well pleased
with th action of th United State la
ending da army to the border eeelng la
this nothing but friendliness toward th
Mexioaa government. -
. V Treop Arreeted 180 Rafua
' - - tAtfCmMifntRfrO ' ' '
t POnOUtS sArls4 Varoh l.On hun
drednad fifty Meados rfgs from thla
etty were surrounded br Anterteaa troop
when they gathered Bear th border last
night. Ther wer ptaeed gnder arrest
and being bJd. . - --i
The laexloaa anthorltle at Ago PrlM
-ud ln.rH tht any on om-ug
t i l ( .4 Woi?'.I b I w
SAN ' ijrrONIO Texas March IS.
ColoaelJoha I Clem auaernaster gen-
ral of the deoartment of Texaa re-
ceived order from Washington today to
eear fsvvhnon for f oar months for
M.0W man. Twenty thoeaend treop ar
expeoted t asohUls here .bat it I
thenght that half that aumber wfll b
detaned elsewhere alont th border after
practice tm general taoUoa "
- OfOosr ar not atvsn to dlsonrtas
their orders or st)ulUng for pblloa-
tlon on their reisnlrg. The order for
the provision however la i
taken ss proof that th mobUls
doe not have drUI and field pre
they are to see real
ilTh heavy supplies
lis main on-m. -
-Ph. man h-iisM
i.. . . .w. a 4Ka WtHf
When th Seventeenth regiment left Fort
MePherso th men) lamped to this oon-
elusloa and fairly tors the roof of ths
barraeks with their heera. Th trip her
waa road bt th xeelleat thn'f forty-
eight beura wtthewt mlsbaaxr.x'-f
rlliey tond th i-nd nortlMaM ref
wort Bam Houston nrvvd and watered
and dormg tb day B etty of tents sprang
ap Urf test are betag ased. tt took
Cr I J"- J7. rtaoKa --maadv
of th departrasnt df Texas Just twenty-:
four hours to lay a half mil of water
pip Into tb camp despite th fadt that
ihn was not an crash tnbins In town for
th eonstrocUpeln he had to sand trway
for part of it' Oeoeral Duncan a square
Jawed warrior with aggt nelvetr erect gray
hair and th. merriest of ares is IheU
Danoan who arklpped the Moroa on the
Wand of Jolo so Uvordngnly several year
ago that they have not made an organ-.
Ised resistance sine. . His present posi-
tion requlree him to do eome twenty sr.
more things at one which hs doe wtthv
every appearanoe of enjoyraenu . Thla
spirit hi to evideao everywhere 4
Tb oamp is on a gentle slope of the
prairie offering perfect drainage. Th
temperature today ranged round M de-
grees but the air was'elear and dry-
psrfect conditions th soldier isiirt.
Kain Is a rarity. There are two hangara
on for Lieutenant Fonlols and the aero-
plan which recently- dived Into the Rio
Grande and which 6 being repaired and
another erected by d private IndrvMual.
' ... . A--' i - .
.-'- . Typheld artnn V.:
Also la camp are several billion defunct
typhoid bacdU. They ar. eon tamed In
th systems of IM members of Xhe Bev-;
sateenth and ooastitats an 'anti-toxin '
gainst typhoid favor. Use of th serwm
le not eompalBory but maay of the asn
r taking th treatment voluntarily : l
Ther are three mjeotloo neoassary.
The first doe from th h-yodermio n die
contains M milnoa dead haoeU; tha next
two on bUlloa each. nosplml steward
said that be was glad that tents war net'
aeiiessary for tb u-M' M there are
aow UOOI.OM m oamp with two treat-
ment to com. -'t A i'-'
-.Th dtvlBloa taohfllslnff here wfll be'
known a th tnansover dhrlaloa. . Qea.
era! Carter who wtU be In oommand. I
due here with his staff tomorrow morn-'
Inc. " Oeneral r A. Smith aemmander of
th department of tb Mi-moerL who will
command a brigade amvd todv. ac-
eompanled by lieu tenant -t. M. Vvstson.-
kl. aid and Colon -1 Xwni-1 1 McCartv.
euanermastr general of Use department;
of Missouri. '- r - - -
- Qi-ioer wa .were-e-t V rzl
aaasht bv talearanh awav fmm j thals
I- posts sad ordered her forthwith la many
uniform. For tb most part thefforder-
Ueajeft at th varioas posts are aow en-
trained and there la much speculation aa
tp whatsort of kits the onfamSiar guard
left bshmd wul forward to them. T
vJ!BbnB wm" .tfht..ald on who
V On of th biggest packing hens a in
the oountry waa five minute late today
In tnraiag its bid to furnish meat to
the camp.. Colonel Clem ia Justice to th
other- Manors promptly tore It an. Th
offlo and overflowed the Ions varandai
company ts ign-4 oorpa cam la to-
quarter master- omce Mtocea like a big
wholeaale grooary store. Baaapls of all
Kinds af edible strewed the floor Of his
:--n-s Xst-- 4 'COU-
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lUulaiiHn.si.UlM T Veswlsst Ci
MmmTcwmiimvimm. tt b) a mm le mmmm
The air swim wee try
tkHhw-Ms -h e-T bt-ais ness. mt
va.-M.lcSil.na. . "li-il.r.:
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resignation ss t
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