The Houston Post. (Houston, Tex.), Vol. 27, Ed. 1 Sunday, November 17, 1912 Page: 22 of 62
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BOB TRAVIS STREET
THE TOQOERY SHOP
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THE TOGGERY SHOP
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Ine First Price-Drop oh
Tomorrow They Will Be
nd suits in our stock We reprice them with full confidence that fiiey will beVdisposed of clean and quick knowing
saving. The prics are all the more remarkable as all along; they have been at least 20 per cent less than Main 5
ller goes Jaituary prices on the remaining 600 dresses a
Seat to Chicago.
Houston women never pass up an opportunity til legitimate
prices owtaj to oar low rent and email operating expenses. The assortment of materials shades and sizes are at their best now low no time In select! nx your Tsrorlte models In this sale Monday morning.
I Trg TOGGERY SHOP
Secretary Boldt of Chamber of Com-
Vaeree and Secretary Link of Real
Eitate Exchange Will Ac-
j'i'All exhibits for the Houston district t
-. tSe Chicago Land Show have been as-
' tumbled and will be rrtpared for ship-
Meat today. Monday they will Irave fox
Chicago by express As much ..f the ex-
hibit at the Carnival last week Is In-
tended It Is necessary to prepare It for
Shipment today thai It reach Chl-
pCagO In time for placing and the opening
It the land show next Satunlay.
"The exnlMl wro be accompanied by
Adolph Boldt. secretary of the Chamber
rf Commerce and M. M Link secretary
of the Houston Real Kstate Exchange
i Who will have charge of the Houston dis-
trict exhibit As the exhibit will go by
express it will be In Chicago by the time
tile managers arrive
In the collect lti of the exhibit some-
thing of everyth'ng raised in the coast
Country of Texas is Included The ex-
hibit is believed to be the most repre-
sentative ever sent out of Texas. It will
qccupy an entire section of ten booths at
the show which is greater space than
reserved ftor the entire State of I-ouia-buta.
The exhibit will be installed Just
Irailde the main entrance one of the
r choice sites In the Coliseum. It w 111 be
viewed by every one entering the great
During the enth-e exhibit season of two
; weeks rice In various forms will be serv-
ed at the Houston district booth. This
feature will be in charge of the Southern
Rice Growers' assceiatufc special chefs
skilled In the cooking of rice being en-
sjafted for the show. This feature will be
managed by August E. Borsum of Beau-
mont assistant secretary of the associa-
tion. Nightly In Coliseum hall Illustrated lec-
tures on Houston and the Houston dis-
trict will be made by Secretary Boldt.
Far this lecture over a hundred hand-
somely colored slides have been provided.
Several thi usand Illustrated booklets on
Houston and the Houston district. Tinted
In Houston especially for the land show
will be distributed free A volume of
other Houston district printed matter will
be distributed making In all about 30-
000 pieces of printed matter in addition
to the rice cook books. Pictures of
Houston scenes and const farm life will
c During the show th Chicago Associa-
tion of Commerce will erne-tain at lunch-
eon members of the Houston (.'number of
Commerce and Heal Estate Exchange
then In Chicago.
J OFFICIAL BIRTH REPORT.
iorty-Eight Births Reported During
' j the Past Week.
- Forty-eight births were officially re-
s at.rted last week to the office of Dr.
George W. Laremlon city health officer.
' Of the number twenty-six were boys
s" and twenty-two wre girls while thirty-
' flVe were white and thirteen negroes.
The list Is as follows:
October 29. Mrs. Richard E. Dunn S27
October 30 Mrs. Carlton Moore 610
Novemler 6 Mrs. Claud R. Davld-
Vn boy; Mrs. T. H. White. Reynols
boj . Mrs. John Callahan 411 Broadway
ITirl. Mrs. C. Y. Fettitrrew 2709 McKln-
ney girl: Mrs. George 1. Stitch 1206
v November 7 Mrs. A. Jones 120 West
. Fourteenth. )ov; Mrs. James 8. Rut-
Jedge litis CDckett boy.
' November H Rebecca Milles 60S
' Dollng girl: lrt. XV. Dawe. Montgom-
ery road boy; Mrs. Justo Rodriguez 30
Ft. Clair buy; Mrs. Corlne Lance 2115
Jackson girl; Mrs. Charles A. Anderson
: November !l Letlria Williams 1319
Ruthven. boy; Mrs. Thomas Neumeyer
1408 Hickory boy; Mrs. Baudraux 1619
; Terry girl; Lucy Mack 310 McKinney
November 10. Mrs. William Cramer
i 8418 Center boy; Mrs. W. A. Miles 64
Shepherd boy; Paralee Clements 70
f. Uroadway girl; Clomia Young 2020 St.
V November 11. Mrs. L. A. Cause 747
1 Arlington hoy; Mrs. Marcus Liberty
road boy; Mrs. P. A. Moore 230S McKee
girl. Mrs. Joe Bodln 709 Chartresa boy;
Mrs. A. F. Mattson. 3903 Walker girl-i-
Hrs. F. M. Boiln. 16 Stanley boy; Mrs.
'. M. Brown boy; Mrs. J. W. Daugherty
-' 2406 Gano boy.
November 12. Mrs. L. J. Leverman
J910 Hadley. girl; Carrie Whitley. 806
. Andrews girl; Mrs. Howard Patterson
s lt6 Summer boy; Martha Richardson
!. Bayou girl; Linda Freeman Meadow
November II. Mrs. E. W. Hans Dun.
November 14. Oolden Montelle gij
Develop Your Bust
in 15 Days
: A Full
U don't care
re bow old
you are bow
f 1 1 n and
ttu'Cld tie the
lines of your
flzure or bow
at chest la I
ea give Tu a
tail. 1 1 r m
will be ttn
eiiT of your
fellow -. women
sad will rive
yoa tije aiiure--uenta
of a per
hood tbat will
inx 'aw BndiT
tue ann. but 1 bare perfected a treatment that I
want to share wltli my slaters. What it did for
. me It ean and will do for you and 1 now offer
it to yo.
-. Others offer to build up your (brunt wltH
. rirvcav greasy skin foods creama. dieting tuas-
Kase and expfmslTe ItiHtrumeuta and deTlr-ea.
t haw done away with all the no Injurious
method and hne glreh a legion of women a
i luxuriant' nattir-il devel'rmeiit by a treatment
never before offered the public. No massaging
uuthluc to take notlilug to wear.
. Why-be skinny. acrHwnr. fiat and nnat-
tractive. I claim to be tlie hlrbeat priced
J artlsf' model In tbe I'nlted Statea and
- v- what I did tor' mvaelf I can do for you.
' I oea't ear what your ago may he. I ask only
that oa he at least aixteea aod not an Invalid.
and I will Bodertake l develop your bust la
two -week. AU I usk la five or tea minutes
of yoar tune1 erery day.
Wrifi to mi totfaj for nj Treatment
It' will o;a eVat o a penny for a post
earrl and 1 -will amll job this wonderful
Information. la a plain cover so that no
iw wilt know your secret t
'.Poa't tot a false pride and a aUly sense of
Ktiatiie keet) yoa from enjoying te the full the
ciininia job suonld bare to be a perfect speci-
men - nt womanuoml. Let mm hclB roa. yaur
4mmunleati'Ha aliall be held ta absolBte coao-
dcuc and accrecy. - V. rlta m today. .
CLOISE RAE -
mt Mlehlgaa Areuaw ult' 70. hleaao. ID.
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Hobson girl; Barbara Jones 608 Hobson
bov; Mrs. J. L. Roberts 18 Welch
November 15. Jennie Brooks. Toy;
Eula Franklin. 1004 Shepherd girl; Mrs.
P. Ixirino 1901 St. Charles girl; Mrs.
Warnecke. 2117 South girl; Mrs. Fred
Hock 1209 Kdwards. boy; Mrs. Josiali
Ernest Fowler. 619 Euclid girl.
Novemlx-r lfi. Myrtle Busby. L'07
Grove girl; Mrs. H. Roberts. 1706 Kly-
slan. girl; Mrs. J. J. Irvln 1311 Dart
Total number of births reported for
week 48; estimated population. 1O9.O0O.
George W. Irendon. M I.
City Health Officer.
CHAMBER OF COMMERCE
Mayor H. Baldwin Rice and Thomas
H. Ball Will Be the Principal
Mayor Rice and Thomas II. Ball will
be the principal speakers at the regular
monthly luncheon of the Chamber of
Commerce to be held Thursday nent. No-
vember 21. at th. Bender hotel. W. C.
Munn president of the Chamber of Com-
merce will preside and other speakers
will be introduced.
The topic for th. luncheon discussion
concerns the ship channel and it will
he of vital Interest to everv hiininrMN
circle of the city. Mayor Rice sounded I
a note of warning at the annual meeting
of the Chamber last May In which he
said a atrip of land the length of the
channel would have to be ronserved for
future silt dumping or there would be no
place to deposit future dredging residue.
He urged that before all the land la ab-
sorbed for Imuprcvement tha the strip he
secured and to that end a committee was
appointed by th. Chamber of Commerce.
This committee consists of John S. Bon-
ner chairman; C. H. Mllby F. F. Arnlm
C. L. Bradley and Turner Williamson.
As both Mayor Rice and Thomas li.
Ball have long been Identified with the
progress of Houston's waterway their
remarks will be of particular Interest.
Mr. Ball Is chairman of the rivers har-
bors and navigation committee of the
Chamber of Commerce and he has done
much to further the Interests of Hous-
Th. luncheon win be held at 1 2 : 1 r
noon plates 50 cents pay at the door.
Reservations for plates should be made
to th. Chamber of Commerce.
B. Rhodes who claims that he stepped
Into a hole on Travis street near the In-
tersection of Congress avenue on the
night of November 3 while that street
was being resurfaced with asphalt filed
suit In the district court Saturday against
the Eureka Construction company the
city of Houston p. nd the Houston liiiectrlc
company to recover $-.r00 damages. The
filaintiff claims that he was thrown vio-
ently forward and struck the car rail
bruising his rhln knocking out several
teeth and causing other teeth to become
Suits Filed for District Courts.
(Henry Albrecht clerk.)
B. F. McNulty vs. B. K. Michaal debt
Neill T. Masterson vs. Mrs. Mary K.
House et al debt (Sixty-first).
B. Rhodes vs Eureka Construction
Company et al. damages (Eleventh).
Bonner Nichols McCraven. J. vs. Wil-
liam McCraven partition (Elewnth).
Rosa Zimmerman vs. Ben Zimmerman
C. M. Hudson et al vs. Markham Rice
Mills et al receivership (Eleventh).
Sixty-first District Court.
(Norman Q. KlttreU judge.)
Wesley Robinson vs. Lizzie Robinson
Texas Town Lot and Improvement
Company vs. Honora Steele Ferry judg-
ment as per decree.
Suits Filed for County Court.
(George Jones clerk.)
Southern lias and (lasoilne Engine
Company vs. A. L. Strong de.t and fore-
closure. Whitney Co. vs. Colonial Chocolate
St. Clair County Savings Bank vs. John
M. Davis debt.
(Clark C. Wren Judge.)
Galveston llarrisburg and ban Antonio
Railway Company vs. R. R. Dancy Judg-
ment entered set aside.
(W. H. Ward Judge.)
Estate of Charles M. Abrahams de-
ceased; application of W. Wilner for tem-
2972 Frank Taylor 913 Csyiltol avenue
2973 C. E. Blackburn 3703 Engelke
street . . . .
2974 8. T. Pulliara 512 Union National
2975 R. L. King Waller Texas.
Ogaplto ' Zaragora . to Mlsa Carmen
John Tomshek to Mrs. Leopqldine Loef-
fler. Robert H. Coomb . to Mia. Emmery
J. N. Parson to Mis. Pearl Vanhor
P. H. William to Miss Lssie Rearl
Chaffln. v T ii
T. i. Stevenson to Miss Kajhyine J.
Lonnie Bigger to Aldella Nathaniel.
H. u. ninier to Minerva iveys.
Cornelius Garrett to Jessie1 CaUvln.
Marked Regularly at
Marked Regularly at
$18 and $19.50. now
Special Consignment oi High Grade (Guaranteed) Furs
One of the finest manufacturing furriers of New York City realized on advantageous position for disposing of women's raiment so they con-
signed several thousand dollars' worth to us to conduct a sale.
othing cheap about these Furs. In fact they are of the highest qual ity and every piece is GUARANTEED by both the maker and this
store. There are only one and two of a kind consequently we are u nable to specialize on any one kind. The sale prices range:
SPECIAL PRIZES IN
EXHIBIT OF DUCKS
Best Crowd of Week Marked Closing
Bay of Poultry Show at
The l-esl crowd of the week was noted
by the ticket takers at t he l'oultry Show
Saturday the closing day of the exhibit.
The merry-"ialei li" did little else
than puraue the amuyenu-nts of the No-Tsu-oh
during (he weeK took the last
chance oftered them to witness the larg-
tst and most successful display from a
point of numbers and general exi ellence
vet placed before a Carnial crowd.
All the duck awards were finished as
wert those in the bantam class and the
late eonv.ru were able to see at a glance
just what Is required of a fowl to make It
a prize winner in the eyes of the South
Texas Poultry association critics.
The E. S. Ilxon cup for the beat pair
of Indian Runners was wun by Mis. E. H.
Holrtfrraf. Several other special awards
were announced. The chocolate set do-
nated by Taylor Bros for the best pair
of Huff" Cochins went to Walter Johnson.
The IMxon cup. for the best White Rock
hen. was allotted to Roy M. White. An-
other cup given Mr. White was the Moots
trophy for the best pair of White Rocks.
II. J. Mr 'lung of Tyler won the Sweeney
silver up for the highest scoring pen.
J. o. llammet took the U'litnger cup
for the three best Wynndotte liens.
(it her special awards were: H. J. Mc-
Cluiig. ?-" for the best pair of parti-colored.
birds: Mrs M. 1 I'arr of Austin $25
for the Inst pair of solid e-olnred birds:
H. J. Pressler of (iahi-ston. $15 for the
second best pair of partl-colored birds in
the show; J. I' tw-eton. $ir for the second
best pair of solid colored birds; R. 1.
Thonipson of nlank.'i. $10 for the third
best t.iir of solid colored birds in the
shue: w. J. Blakeriry of Houston. $10
f'he third best pair of parti-colored
White Indian Runner Awards.
Mrs. It. Yuthers Alto second pullet
B. J. Witt. Houston first pullet fourth
Mrs. E. H Ibililgraf first second third
and fourth cock first third and fourth
hen first' and second pen cup for first
Quality Hock Farm. Cleburne first and
second cockerel second hen.
Mrs. W". K Montgomery third cockerel
third and fourth pullet
English Penciled Runners.
E. f). I'rueU Dayton first cockerel;
first second third and fourth pullet; first
T. T. Felder ('happen Hill first hen;
W. H. Ayers Ah in first cock.
Fawn and White Indian Runners.
II. VS'. Wiseman first cockerel; third
and fourth pullet ; second pen.
I. S. Thonias fourth hen; second and
third cockerel; third cock; fourth pen.
Karl Wilson second hep- sect p.' cock
IJoyd Dock Farm Dublin fourth cock;
first and second pullet; thiru hen tinid
(Jilbert Klaus first hen: first cock; first
.Mrs. L. F. Tj.ed3nn. second drake; sec-
ond and third hen; fourth duck; first pen.
Charles Welk. San Antonio first drake;
All to Charles Weik San Antonio.
In correction of a mistake In the nn-
noumement under the White Wyantlot'c
classification Charles Heatty Is credited
with first cockerel first hen third pullet
and first pen.
Black Orpington Chicken.
C. N. Humasnn Lufkin third cock
fourth cockerel third pen.
Single Comb White Leghorns.
Henry C. Pressler. Galveston; second
and fourth cock first cockerel second and
third hen second pen.
Mrs. M. I) t'arr Austin first cock sec-
ond cockerel first and third pullet first
James Journeay first and fourth hen
second and fourth pullet third pen.
Walter Johnson third cock fourth pen.
Mis. A. D. Rood third and fourth cock-
erel. B u cl n g Permit.
llooley estate repairs to office. Frank-
lin avenue $22fi.
Ada Carter three-room cottage West
Betty Williams four-room cottage
Wilson street $9.r6.
George B. Griggs five-room cottage
Gray avenue $00.
Mr. and Mrs. Harrison Epperson and
baby of Cedar Bayou are the Carnival
guests of Mrs. George Kelley.
Miss Marian Haden la here from Gal-
veston the guest of Mrs. Bailey.
Mrs. Ed Davis and Dr. and Mrs. Claud
Marker of Seabrook were guests of Mrs.
E. P. Davis last week.
Mrs. Herbert Fayle has as her guests
this week MlsseS Alene Busch and Mamls
M.rgan of Cedar Bayou.
G. T. Brown spent Sunday in Galves-
ton. i Mrs. James Johnson moved her. from
Phelps this week.
Mrs. Hugh Davis and Miss Marian
Haden visited Mrs. James P.. Rembert
In Houston Tuesday and Wednesday.
Mrs. Van Llep and daughter Mrs.
Fax ar here with Dr. and Mrs. McDon-
ald for a few day. They sr. from Gal-
veston. Miss Annie Hum. spent a few days
with Mrs. J. O. Tod thi. week.
Marked Regularly at
Marked Regularly at
to $98.50 Sets
We never won so many new friends and custo-
mers In our career as in the last few weeks on
our big $r Coat value. Along". any other $25
coat In fcnv oilier Houston tnop you would will-
ingly pay the same price.
These are Kull-leriRth I'oats and the popular
Tliree-'ii'&rtrr lengt'i lolinny" Coats In great va-
riety of weaves and colorings.
Make $15 do the win k of $25 by selecting one of
these splendid values while the opportunity lasts.
MEET TO DISCUSS
Representatives of Houston and Saix
Antonio Will Assemble Friday
The first concrete action toward the es-
tablishment of an automobile highway
b'tween Houston and San Autonjo will
-be taken at a meeting to be held at Vic-
toria next Friday November 22. The
meeting will be attended by representa-
tlrs from the Houston Chamber of Com-
merce the Bexar County Highway league
and from towns and counties along liic.
proposed good road.
The meeting Is the result of the initia-
tive taken by the Houston Chamber of
Commerce a few months ago following
out an idea expressed by the Incoming
president. W. C. Munn. Letters were ex-
changed with the San Antonio chamber
of cummerce and with commi rclal organ-
izations in towns along the route between
the two cities and a favorable expression
of sentiment secured.
In consequence the Victoria meeting is
called that town being designated as it
is about midway between Houston and
San Antonio. The Houston Chiinber of
Cummerce will be represented by the
committee on good roads dralmige and
bridges which is composed of Harvey
T. P. Wilson chairman; Dr. it. W.
Knox and H. T. Williamson. The com-
mittee will make the trip overland in
At the meeting permanent organization
will be effected and officers elected and
committees appointed. The officers will
be chosen from the two cities and from
towns along the route.
It has been suggested that the road be
called the "Alamo Trail'' from San An-
tonio to Victoria nd the "San Jacinto
Highway" from Victoria to Houston. The
organization to be formed will select the
In the construction of the road It is
proposed to secure the co-operation of
1 1 1 counties along the way through w hich
tlie road will go. In several places the
road will connect with sood roads al-
ready built. From Houston to Richmond
the road is shelled while in Wharton
Victoria and other counties the road has
Houston heights News
Judge and Mrs. George Spencer an-
nounced the engagement and approach-
ing marriage of their daughter Emma
Eddins to Thomas Chrlstensen Howen of
this city the marriage to tak. llace on
Wednesday December 1S12 at 9:30 in
the morning at the First Baptist church
Houston. Rev. Dr. Gross will officiate. No
Misses Florence and Anns Zagst have
sent out invitations to a linen shower
on November 2H to be given at their
home Twentieth and Ashland compli-
mentary to Miss Emma Spenoer whose
marriage occurs December 4.
Mrs. H. H. Yoetl of Fort Worth Is
the guest of her daughter Mrs. J. 8.
1'urdy this week.
Miss Marie Deyo of Lyford Texas was
the charming guest of Mrs. J. S. Furdy
during the Carnival.
I'rof. and Mrs. Harry a Smith and little
son Ralph of tbe Agricultural and Me-
chanical college were guests of Prof. V.
H 1'infiock and family 1534 Rutland
A jolly i ci ty of hunters spent last week
on i;.e i i eard river hunting and they
proved t.eir nnrksmjinship by sacKing
all i ! i ii;ii'ic i hat could be disposed of.
Those in tie crowd wire: Mr. and Mrs.
Fuv West. Howard West and W. A. Mc-
Miss Elfreiila Yatn h of Edgewood spent
last week en me guest of E. Dietrich
Klwood Cameron of Galveston Is the
guest of Mr. an.l Mrs. J. E. Gray this
William Vauntis an.; family are now lo-
cated at Hi:..' t'ortlandt street and are
hearitly welcomed hack by their friends.
Mr and Mrs. c. G. II addon are enter-
taining their daughter. Mrs. W. R. Deer-
lng of Port Arthur.
Mesdames Julia Coombs and Dunn have
returned home from Kentucky where they
have been visiting.
Mrs. Elmer Colton Is the guest of her
parents. Dr. and Mrs. Goodwin.
Mrs. E. Cleveland and children of Grove-
IF CONSTIPATED HEADACHY
BILIOUS DIZZY? CASCARETS
Turn the rascals out the headache biliousness constipation th. sick sour
stomach and foul gases turn them out tonight with Cascarets.
Don't put In another day of distress. Let Cascarets sweeten and regulate your
stomach; remove the sour undigested and fermenting food- and that misery-making
gas; take the excess bile from your liver and carry off the decomposed waste matter
and constipation poison from the bowels. Then you will feel great.
A Cascaret tonight will straighten yon out by morning a 10-c.nt box from
ny drug store will keep your head clear stomach sweet liver and bowels regular
and make you feel bully and cheerful for months. Don't forget th. children.
10 Gents; iw tp
"CASCARETS WORK. WHILE YOI SLEEP.
Marked Regularly at
$35 and $39.60 now
Marked Regularly at
$7.50 and 19.86 now
$10 to $87.50
ton are visiting C. J. Trautwein and family-Mr.
and Mrs. Ft. E. Braden of Lake
Charles are guests of Mrs. D. A. Smea-
ton. A Hamilton is in Wyoming thi
wet k 'on business.
Mis. Howard Davis and little daughter
A:ine have returned from a pleasant visit
The Misses Hawkins are entertaining
Miss Ruth Blrdsong of the Alamo city.
1.. C. Hill returned Wednesday from a
ten dacs visit to several Eastern cities.
Mrs. R. T. Mumme Is entertaining her
sister. Mrs. Paul Uruesedors of Reiser
Texas this week.
Mrs. S A. Lilly who has been in Lake
(Jharles La. visiting has returned home.
J Rev. Kvander Amnions returned this
week from a convention held at Waco.
Miss Ruth Iiitrllngame has been quite
ill for several days. '
Mr. and Mrs.' c. W. Hill of Hempstead
were geusls of Mr. and Mrs. D. D. Cooley
the first of the week.
HIS WHITE SKIN
WAS GOOD MASK
Nejro Who Killed Galveston Officer
Six Tears Ago and Escaped From
Eugene P. Hull a negro sentenced to
the penitentiary for fifty years for the
murd. r of ifticer Mayo at Galveston six
years ago and who escaped from Harlem
State farm six months ago attributes his
six months of freedom to his almost white
Hull slated that the penitentiary offi-
cials advertised for him as a negro and
that unless he told people he was one it
was never suspected. He had served six
years of the fifty-year sentence was
made a trusty and took advantage of trie
first opportunity to escajie.
"I am the man you want" said Hull
when he reached pollee headquarters In
officer Monroe's custody "and when you
got me you got a bad one. If you heard
of any burglaries last week I am the
man who committed them. 1 am ready to
go back to the pen."
Saturday morning Hull was walking
along Louisiana street when he passed
G. H. Williams. Mil Thirty-tliird street
Galveston. Williams had testified at Hull's
trial six years ago in Galveston and they
both recognized each other Immediately.
Hull walked qulc'kly away and Williams
hailed Officer Monroe. Soon he had told
the officer who Hull was and Offlger
Monroe went after the negro In an auto-
mobile. When he overtook Hull he Immediately
placed hini under arrest. Hull did not
ofTer the slightest resistance and stated
that he was ready to as) to Jail. He was
taken to police headquarters and there
admitted the killing his conviction and
The killing occurred In Galveston six
years ago when Officer Mayo attempted to
arn : i Hull. He was wanted on some
misdemeanor charge and It was stated
by Galveston officers that Mayo was not
expecting any trouble with Hull.
Hull and his father inherited 150.000
from an aged man who met death dur-
ing the last storm at Galveston and It
was stated that Hull's father has In-
creased that amount almost double while
the son has been In the penitentiary.
The penitentiary officials have been no-
tilled of the arrest and arrangements are
being made to have him taken back to
Hunlsvllle at once. He spent most of th.
six years behind the prison (walls and on
account of good behavior and faithful
work was sent to one of the State farms
and made a trusty lie stuta that the
good chances to escape wc-e too great a
temptation lo him mid that i-ix months
ago he left the farm.
Although questioned by-officers he would
not tell where he has been hiding sine
Max Schutze formerly connected wlttl
C. L. & Theo. Bering recently returned
to IJouston Is now engaged In business
In room 2 Cotton Exchange building
The United Lln. of Refrigerators 1c
Machines and Store Fixtures of Kenosha
Wis. The United Line Is the Greatest
Line of Its kind and Mr. Schutze Is now
in a position tp furnish Refrigerators
Refrigerating Pknts and Store Fixtures
for all uses at a very close figure H.
will be glad to hear from his former cus-
tomers and friends furnishing them with
any Information desired. Refrigerators
for the home hotel Institutions and
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Marked Regularly at
Scarfs $3.98 to
Agency for the Designer and Standard Patterns
0' "THE TOGGERY 'SHOP
If we haven't got what the merchant wants
THERE'S NO NEED TRYING ELSEWHERE
Houslon La Grange
Strong 'and' designed for hard work.
Boxes mak It long luting. Draft equalizing Spring make It easy pn thei
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The Houston Post. (Houston, Tex.), Vol. 27, Ed. 1 Sunday, November 17, 1912, newspaper, November 17, 1912; Houston, Texas. (https://texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth605033/m1/22/: accessed August 4, 2020), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, https://texashistory.unt.edu; .