The Houston Post. (Houston, Tex.), Vol. 27, Ed. 1 Tuesday, March 26, 1912 Page: 10 of 16
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HOUSTON DAILY POSTt TtTEiSDAY MOBBING. MABCH. 26 1912.
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PERMANENT CLEANUP LEAGUE WAS
FORMED AMID MUCH ENTHUSIASM
President Secretary and Executive Committee Named Every Section of City Will Be Or
ganized for Co-operation vt i:h City Hea th Department Consensus of Upinion
- Was Ti.at City Should Put on New Clothes but Should First
Be Given a Bath.
"j1 iaat night in the
People Must Help.
"UP league T!l
; s; "Mon t "The "le.
" Seere were eitvt.
S launched .in ..
f 'nthusiasn. a: J
T ' The me. tu-.;
expressed t' cm
censed ihor. up! :
;. city pr .
. . diacoril or .!.
one was ..
-4tne ctty n.-. 1
C nd that i! pro
r like one
. -3 Dr. !. W
r tr. was n.. i
j tative m i- .
. yrifk 'he aln.:i: -.
the ever r.u
tt-operate w.i' ..
1 In his wi.rk i : .-
; v arleaned
-Vr. The meeting irn
A. I'edei . j rsnl.
" Commrrx e. '!. :
remark- m- i-.c "
tne:. For i ' e irei
Fi1 accompli' .1 l.e
"IT--.1-' against ..:!.'''
the honor for
r movement H- p
-cv St is a uMvtrs.il
... the iiv i.it!. .
mak it surres
' Hp brought t:
' . WTOnis "(:e:m '.p
vv- ant stated -hat th .
Would la-'. more th..n i
''...?' be of an ir.-i. f::..le J -t
''''.' loog as was -mr .sary
- spick and spar
W'1" A temporary nmr rati-
J. Mr lyden rima.j.
and Akl ' H.iid- s i-i
i. 'oonimii tet- - r rrar'MH
: j." " Harry T. v..m r ! - irtu
atxl Sam T Sainf.T.! wa
A" jcimmnie i.i:.-r s tl-'! -;v
Mavor II I
"The i-1t s
Lirfn.l'n Is i
n:kit km v
H ;il.n 1 'r
n .in m imp
t:i U:e lul; !;
A I t '
r::. ! ar-s .v.'r: ..rt. I.-i .:-
(ar.ips rf.:-. lo .ur ...-f- tl a-
ir-ii'p m i.
and pla. .
Uie r.igp Hi. - ! f"i i
The extra v .ik ii .!..! inc l'i
April will 1 d ftrilnni in l!.
Kirst ward M. r iav . -Til 1
1av. April t
Tl. irsday. A p-
iir.':i . April i '
r'.'Ui th w n. I
n. sda . A pi :
da April ;v
Fifth ward 1
Ai'M .'.I V
Air! J." . K: l.:.
SI t h nuril
. ;.l Irs on
. mi. a r
in. lull of
i. low illlj
' Kr la Vpt
M r.la. Apr !
. Mil .
w a: '
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YEAR ROUND WORK.
a:w a - lu
tr. Ht I. :i
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Kll.l kr'p 11
he ir t
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i ii. I a M.lf-.i-.. i
Style and Purpose cf 0gan.z at cn.
i That this I'rsamx.i'T. - n. a.- the
T3 "Clean I p M .vtnuU
That the t-ffiirs tf tr. i'. vp m-
mittee. a jire8idr:. a vi ; - :nt
' - from each ward arui a 'tTfi;ir - '.rri.- --Ti
J. 'V! ' That the pridenr W chairman .f tr;
at his can.
k-C Thjii th
1 'IV? j
v .1 r1
f xeoutivr .mmite shall
V v. and Bp resf-nsiM- f r it 1:1 the c.n as
i" . ' That t: p v:.- r r-. 1 n' r -;..r. -
Wbtf for tVe W. --K :h- ir res-'
' tiT ofr'Hfr. : .-r' rv:c.
named as sr. ai;x..in' fm'r.i: -
elected .s rrvss.d. r.. ;x -. 1 A i ' h
Tr.at t!:(? ; rrs' ipr.i hit-
preald rt fn :n -h- va:...:s
We rec. ifii men 1 r
named as Ifr- px-r-l;
w . . B&in?v Mr J A Baker Mrs
M. J. Hami-. A S. nevplar.'i I -r .1 Ai-
len Kyle. Kara T Swir.f.rd. M C Lv.-n.
Tf H. Tr Warrfpr and W. L Halstead.
. In addition to the p"-fpctnn of the
orgttization a rVw :p.oution were
paswl ard a number of s'n-rr Trvp ma!1.-
. The folkwing rt-?-oluttun LrKini; co-oirra-7
tioo of the iitzen. wa offered by Harrv
T. Warner and . aried unanimou.s'v
Wireai the t.ty of IKi.j n-e-i a
T Where.-- there i ample ma !::nerv a'
f the commar.J of t!i- city aut ruirnie-. :f
kt-i they ase irivenv the co--f ration of Vh
k ' Itizens to thornuie!.h lar r'.e . itv an 1
the officiate an.': .-mi-ox .
thargel wit I: tl.- dutl- of -rine
1 machinery ne--: t - '-':"ati'r ard -r. -
Wheia. i; aim I.- ami or
w'' the c!t iranoei- i. i-.-miI ;-roj-rT .
owners an1 I .is-ho-.i-r i-rin i -
prerr.Ue5 of it- an1 ea.-t-bt'e t- r-P-fore
Resolve.1. T' ar It the .-n of tr:i
j- meetmp t(;ai Ti.e ioj.y f h-.'j--. v 1-
in? viuHy ar.d p r.or.aI!v r. r-:e-T a .
Init the Inter -t of th--m?--i :). fam-
II leu and their . tv at !.-art. ;rt;-d
- to give leeT.a i .XT'.-r a-
V';1 may he r.e. essa; v 1 a' - :'
- ougldy canei an ! f jr'J.er
t Reno've.l. Ti at Wi.-W' r--.
je -r operate th r-uf. a s-r.- of -r.al re-
BponF)V:'it arvl .;;r prt i- !. .n. !
. j;' throaifh due .n--es of iaVi T1 . '.an an j
.ty to keei' ciear. : ir.-rnis-s -. c
contrc'Iled r.y t'.m
l"i;r f iiiK days mil (. . . -1 t -S'-.irn!
ar-i ti.e pro eed:rcs b inf? Tlie
si:n us :n tn Fir--: ir l-ju-h wai in
turn v 1! bt visited frnm f-tir t.' six .'.avs
iwinp .'e ite-i 1.. a.-J atv? 1: .s :. -jla-e I
1 1. a: ire otty tsrili ! ;i- r n r.- o r
l Ti 1 on dav the- !.!. pn -
. e.-s w;i; be bgun aja r an -t j.eat-!
iu-tr.p ;t.e month After npe two i-.-11
r i 1 ropose-d tn ar:et ard at :e- r-i
'v'n' i'"t every per?-n m ta..-
.! r.-.e "f The ; :.r.;r. :i - f .1 ti .
mt' : Tr I.rr- r 1 -. !'' - v 1
aie ; !-r; ; . f 1 -r-! ' .t i - . " -
fe . V 1 tl. ;r v.
r-:T ;n . f ' r- t-'
Mian Hi H-'
If t;; ;.le.
i-a.--' 0 t
i an-i lack
n ade a
' e n -1 ''i
f 4 '
l'p t. :.i ti
is an iT'hn.Lne. pr 1 1 ; ? ;ir e-. er
fan.;i : a . e a jctr1.an - ..n. n.ade "f
n.e'.a; and urn a fr r said :'-at
n -st pe..p. h-iwe-. e-. u r- us re hat
bxes ar.d "ti er r-.-e; 'a- I- ') are un--i
'Mtrpii ani hr ak h ht.. fb urg.- i t :at
f-v.'ry -ne provide thenisei-s wnh the
1 rr kind of can and u.-e ;:
Necessity for Drainage.
J W. Link spoke on drainage as ne -e5ary
to a c'.an Uy iKri'.c I .
tt.e tizen? oi.ul'i n.t "nly -tart to -phm
up. hm trat thy 'coulvi ."tart at "t;
. reate puMt. --nt intent in fav-r r t
:i lili- n d- iar r-ond isue. re n.m - i
t'w :naor ;n : is me-tsit- . 1 i
f r ir.staiJ:re a : r:n se-ver.ie -v-tetn
Me ai iencrr. !) tl." re.'-s-
io -f a ''"1 '- rratr- -'! . -a nj:
; .ar it w :ii h ifnp..--iv-'M t.. :au a
:ear. -M'y wu; u; r H - r-nurx ne-
r. e-iHj with kt 1 f iv -
S. :t T S w ir.fori ; ri.-'"- n i.f
n-'e-s-iiiy ..f B.aKint: t" - ri:.i:cn "ne f
t iu- at. t. and utk- -i 'h .t;-: s t ;t.-.--.-it
t .e n.av- r an-:
t r.eir A;;r:l t lear.
Ja r.ts A
Set : 1 n-er.i ass-
Iji.rv 11: ha: r-
?e. .nd Mr
The Little Goddess" at the Majestic.
M:as M- r: n- SI.-n- in ' T e Little
i.-l-Uss l t; H-.-.st-'M t laintut
an i most .::.- a :. t o: -tTir. s n
I. re tin a.----n t-'.::ev ' .t r--setnhling
!". old su es. A M--sae ro;n Mars.'
'n it-i sen- ral t J -i-. :t i !1
of a seifi- .v f -. ;n l
jn.ike "TIk M. -sae t- rmn
.1 f.;. a
.11 : i'n is m- ker
e- ent ra.lr t
Ti.e man. " He :
w. if- s hi- ; I. day w . ..
a.i-u- .m llr
i;t't.ra:d."i 1 Lis :i
i ti- i r t -e anut r i f .
do n and K1 s i
The little tfod.Uss
". ii'is ;ii"t tears '
s": v in : . 1 r .
1: forirets ht
en. ni:: a spiritu-
v. h ' ..nit to be
r-in- !'y and 10
'I'l.eii !ie lies
da iMier of
. pp. .'eds to
w a 1 .1
- aTa-.tr. 'p
Ttl t :--r -1 ti
n .ii; t::
T r r- tt
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a" 1 1.1 J
m - . aa
r "f 'el.' -
ba r. k
Ize-. T I a
ar.d in i
-... ; .i . 4 :n : : --
P find t- !
I'esp-.Ir th.- ! 1
';tt!e skett a niakt
soi d T-ere is no
i: i"or::.- t- ;bbi xv
Tt.r- s:t:n; is
its. If. a::d 1! e e!.
Hirmine .-'hone v
thf pitl' t n. n i:
nov.i e S!:- iarr
t .d :
! e leS-
w t :
Garbage Can Diicjucn.
Mr Pre-l- K
provided t-.ar :
iniysioners i.e r
- n.av or :
ayutern w re: el
tMl the stiiewa!-. and it ' :
tl.e publi . ar.-t : ..'r-r
uniform v-:.-n. .f a : l
tiiat fey will b- :r -t-vk
yjual dlsUiiae frol' '. - : .;
The te.'i i-i. :i . n .
. brougM oii a -t ':--!. p.
i" partici?-atd 1:. tr. rra:... a-.
Off pxiints hru .c ;
ooticeded vhat tt
would have " -tai
i- . Mr. Rufus 'at-
( ';' movement frorr ;
:v He c:T - t
k-'. tiecessarv to . ;ea
jf; aach b;sr; ;
v' ne'lf f t r a.i - .
r He toM l.i a'i :
ifanie c! ar-ed n
;n add'.ttoi f t r. p
ness i'--'.:- : v. - -re'
:T ; pftl-r. sha- .l ar:y
n Iriflamn.at'b 1 at-.ire
l ureal ar r.n : ; er.e if
K B BaKer rnerTd - r o
rt:isi.-n. t -id s- in k r. ;
1 a-h sys'-m I w ri..;
I f -r- tre .n.n.insi.
'el .... ;..;. Th. : T
e : 11. n: "f park-.
f it. He said
' f ba.i
.Mr Baker .
w K m 1 : 1 1 1 u I
it ran." ;r
t :.vs. ti.e
i i ' -npi to I
a thn and r e
: i.'in;. r
as I !.e pia 1
f. ts are eiati-
; in a . wio'.''
K: ' 1
r.at r r
.a s. i
d w ;tii tie s.j
:rat t:.e p- (;- .f Hous'- r. v
ai it of calhr.tr tr-lr preniise
:nta.l of var1 Yards h-
1 :; m ri i..; inar:iriK. while
re:arv and trea--an.pa;ai
"Tie. and vot:id
eampaifrn Tfr pub-
Le . ot du 'd like
11 " - lr.- v :': .!.-:. r : : vih.. Il p in
n .p n . : t A!-.;- It. :d:. H... e.-re:arv and treas-
- - ' ' 1' ;r. l.a' t:i -anipaijai w.-uld I.-- I
""" "" " f. 1 1-. i-r.-icn and wi.nid I
' ' 1 - r : 1 . It l-
- . ... p 1 . 1 a: - rj Kii ;r
"" I" r I T'f ' ' i" a ' .rrr.. r -rlher a.ldri-xses
I r'.-"'"'ria:. . ' ''; ; I " : .-.r.k- e.et.:t.K ailt-r.l-
da' rate r. I .r..- . ri ar.l -..'.a' wre int. rpst.-i .
t .-. f..ur..i tra-- I .r. t!.- - r.-
'natr-na .. 4- V
K -'l.lt-n-- p:.t- I r.lTY nFFiriil t DFArw I
; I ---
Force Organ. zta to Bej.n Clejiiina 1
iaaaaiaaaaaaiasaaaawHaw I 1 March 29.
ALWAYS THE SAME! rLrVt:' r:.:r:;
good old H I ! -' v;a;.::r--n
I I M ?T ftri I ampaiifi.. w.:.- on - f it.. sd
II fw R A month additional s.r'. u afc' .- v--'i .
I MILWAUKEE IfXilvfl !" "; " -i- I
IW i it I I :ni! t' ttaih and rut.!-;;. :r :. t-. ..
ava a a i i
II f ..t. e iia t.'e''s.. j
M ' :r m-r. . f hi ! pa: : :. n-t I
I I tl.t c sanitrir-. ia- .. . i
ia n.i t- e..:ne t.ien 11- p..
II Mt.. t..-.l a:; to enf.r.e r:: : r ."
fc ar..e pr..i.i.it!r.(5 ."PiMiie !
" H n
ItiK not to mention the windows are ao
fashioned as to afford In themaelvea an
education atony the noblest line of art
and history. Therefore did tbe fine nauslo
made by the members the regular
Sacred Heart cbolr. it h contrtbuted aalo
numbers hjr Messrs Hilts and 8s ft. fall
on ears and enter into the listener'
hearts carryina; a spnse of full atmoa-
The personnel of this church's well
hsianced choir of exceptionally fine volcea
throughout sang the nass tn K Minor of
of Mario Between the Kyrie Elelson
and the Gloria Art In - Saft played a vio-
lin solo with exuuisl'p art and the audi
ence made manifest
treme enjoyment of
Mr- Austin Pollar.:
and stmnaiy appeal;
in tl;c hymn Ave V-
beinc intensified b
theticnHy played viol
ie fact of their ex-
After the Gloria
- ex.iulsltely clear
c olP was heard
un. Its fine effect
.Mr Salt's sympa-
1st; the t'redo. Jullen Kilt played a beau
tiful Koiikance following which the peo-
ples demands for n ir were so urgent
Unit part of It had i Le repeated. The
deeply prayerful Agnus 1VI closed the
piociam. The choir is directed by Mrs.
J. o c'arr and the regular members all
..r whom were heard last night are the
Sopranos: Mrs A V Pollard Mrs. J.
All. n Kle. Mrs. H. HurVart Mrs. Kver-
roiuialtos: Mrs. 7. K l.lllard. Mrs. H.
M i.ariMKKl Mrs. J T l.ockman.
Ten. rs Adair 1... 'iian. Lawrence
i'ar . Peter Angernnnd. I'red Heidelberg.
Hass. s Joseph Kenr. Kverard La-
Kai I- I'hll Carr.
..iKanist: Miss Kdllh I'.ankin
i'he were assisted this occasion
t. Ji.iien Paul Bltti. vi.. n.ell st. Arthur
...it' and Sam Kooa. i.-iii isis.
"The Two Orphans."
Tiie revial of "The T . orphans" at
il e tld Majestic has ex . . . d all expecta-
tions i.f tl.e manageine'it in point of at-
i.n.i.iii.e. aiul all expe. '..nous of the au-
hen . s in point of an stlc merit. In
f.i.i. .ntliisiasm has r. i;i:.'il supreme at
.a! performance of the "'.1 old diajna.
.Mi ilannon In the d.i 1 c roles of tho
. .. al .r lie Yatidry .id l'lerre and
M.-s I'oil'H-k as Louise a' ably supported
i U.c1 ard Mandell. 'ra Hiukman
li.'.Mi:. Manna James Su fi. Otaude Gax-
r n. i ila.lya Bush. Kd .n Scrlbner and
ot : . i
Ihe Death Roll
The funeral of Wil.i :i II. K. Beutel
w ill t.ikt place this ! rning at U
..!- . k The fillowinK - ii be the pall-.ar-
rs The.wlfre Jui ;!. H. Terie. I'.
K. Mat hk W. SchuliF Sam lavi8 anU
i: a.er The men. of Matpiolla
lodp.- No. 7. Sons of 1 1 -mann are re-
.! ! i t meet at Sa-: k -rbund hall at
10 a in m order to .t:u-i:d the funeral
in a 1 . dy
i. nha Libs. a
Mr- Uebeet-a- 1
No 1512 fcwartz
v her mother i .
'r The funer .
. k tiiis mornlnK
M ars. daugh-du-il
n at the resl-
i' i She is suv-
uid be held ut
K.-v Kabbi WH1-
ill offjrlate 1 r 1 1 ' f tti e ri t will take
m Adath Yeshuri.:. cemetery.
n of J Bonno.
rn He was six
n.-r.ii took plac
er Banfleld of-
as interred in
Frank Bonno. Infant :
terday at :30 .
m- n't ot ape. l he t
at 4 m. from the
1:K '"r-ckett street. F
fioi.tt n The boiiy
HF.NRY J. -! -SFR
H r.ry J Mser. age ' years died at
4 o ciot k yesterday aft r onn at hl rent-
deuce rorn. r of Plum t 1 Clark -treet.
He is survived by his ther Mrs. Jo-
U Moser. two sifters -tin! five hroth-
. rs. The funeral will i. held from the
residence this morning
MISS ANGELA HI RNAXDR7
Tlu funeral of Miss Ar i!a Hernander
a:e 16. Atm died Sunda was he!l at 10
o'l"rk es'erday morn: c from her home
Ii terment to"k place in Holy Cross ceni-
Charges Against Police Officers.
To the Kdif r:
ci! page : of Monda the 25th instant
:?sue of yo r pa er at pears a news Rem
:n which : w ""it. ' :s made to play a
rather ign ie but - portant part in cer-
tain proo din?s i .sed to be Instituted
:t: one if he ju- courts wherein A.
E Heidi: slt Ider and J. I). O Fiel are
bsonted as having taken part In an af-
iray T! wr::.r :s prepared to state.
miu.i or asserting who was
w ; Lhout
true of -
f' . t ' Kiel
- the outgTowth. it IS
t. p- (a Ken by Mr.
s a lorney for an op-
a ivil suit in which J.
interested and wherein
Ask Your Grocer
to Send Yon a
Case of Blatz
or order direct
from distrilmting point.
Edward Weil Compauiy
77-71 1 Prairie Ave. Hoastoa Tex
meaai . w. eVesto so f y
BEER EVER WW
offi' lals of the f!r- d pt
ti.ai in. ro-.i- an-l an r-.t-:.:;gs
m the - as . I h i;..
t:e rear of ail lj Idingd are .
a.i traan and rjhb.Hj:.
Ir. '-jnr.Ht.uf with tj... armj m(V .
lM h:re Marsi.al I ark-r wllj v.r..
:pon ail..i usin ss men to reT. ..
-. -f.iric from the:r premises i.at
-s d i-r.d .'!iblv to i a i-e flr
"":.- e- a wagons as wd! a tl.- refc-
.aii'iiL'' wii.ns will he isei
. il trash a nd rubbish that is ( la . d
:pon '.'.e ?--.dewalks. an all p-ror. -
A gooi ti.atment for a coij settled In
th. lur.ga is a HKliRICK'S RKD I-'KRi'KB
PU ROC 8 J'LASTER applied to the chest
to draw cut Inflammation and BAL-
LARKS h'jhEiluLND SYRCP to r41ax
tightness ju get the two remedies for
the prir of (ne by buying the dollar size
Horehound tfyrup; there Is a porous plas-
ter free with each bottle bold by all
; "The I.lfie r... v.- i
; w;th. hlldr-n Mis S! ' re t.l's -t
ir tan. e w t.--ii i hid who u a - - ; 'pii.
' ar h r hot-: w ile ntu- w.s i - y n
l-.int;luttnton et.' to t :-.e ::f ni -
nil e Th.a; .--riii.n sh' ask.-. tot
; i 'V he like.) tb- plav He wait- : .i .rile
before ans er:t:ff and th. n ask : : r
- turn him Into a pv.ppv so - miLv.t
k--p f.tni a! w a 'n e ral s
! little bov s and irN have . row '.-i at." .i
the stage Vr a 'tiinpse of t -r ma:
' The idea i r t : e plot was S'irr 1
Miss SI. on t:e P'rforn.ainK . fa taK.r
! m lh- St. l-ro-iib pike This ti-.ar. .
J of 'is s iif"- r. -- '. ... (irl s:i.-;' - - -n
; ags tho isa .ds f .-ar- bTCoit.:; YV ;
i ' . . j mm k t e of i ' tet res : r t r
liamaf: niatrial M.s Soone -aw ir
. !-..blv pr .d.;' ed fra .d the inak't x t
w h ! -o-n. happy play
'i '.d' made no error in p . rr ir - n
s! V I. (;. t j e pfSlti''tl fclie o. . j; -
'. . e 'r;t;.ini 'fln.1 allied rin-uii- 1. :-ar.-
six persons in the cast of " n... -Uf
iodd.-ss." and the act t aj rles ms ;i
stae carpenter and e ectrician
Richard A Pringle's Minitre:i.
Richard & Cringle's Georgia n.ir.1--r-;s
were at the Prince last night and ;i
very creditable performani b. r. a
lare andienee i he major it y . f v.- t
wer-.- i oi'-reil people who ocei;j .')
t.ah onj. The coniany is coinpo.-.-d . ; -tirely
of ' n-grK-s and has be.-i. h. -.
the public ( -r a long time ;.
at kB a gr. at deal of coming up ;
standard of the high class nrr-:r. 1
hi o pijt un ti white sing rs. tt..:.- .ir-
several pleasing features of the t r -:r . i r -i
an ! nome . f r(e individuals a r r. al
artists Th-- "r-h'-sira is not a- hoe as
a tr-.up f t'ds sii.- usually arr
The- i.rerr.l'-r ...rn.-dian of th.
'"larc-nee p..ut a big ftlh.w w . J;'-
rable i.ohsh ;n his arting at .-i.i-
ble if producing irdrth He ts i i -i
at home a a rnortologiHt. H. ) i -
a hn of dever running lalk u ! - pr-
hini In Kood standing wlthartisi- :it
sort He is a funny end man. . .vd
is wfirthy of belhp called the star ;h"
s'u.w a osi;i'iii he has held p r ielv.-
ars. Powel! im going to ijuit ih- rnn-
; t r "i business soon and into vai.de-
vllli- with h rrw monologue ar. l
w r sure to rind favor there a- h- Lis
ii '-n tii minstrel stagt- M'hitn. ; in. ..
it.e 'Aunt Hinah" of the show is wori-
of s i lal mention He Is the ite.ir. st
appr.ra'-h to John Kmg who has n.-oio
ejat r famo iH in Honey Boy - ;in"
i'. .iiKtrels. that has been s-t n here Sal
i.ey KirKpatrick is graffjl and polished
is interl'M utor. possestts a vr god
v r-n and dances well. Billy Wau.s Is
a f'lnny comedian of the vaudeville tvpe.
' "l arb s Burton has one of the best v.tceH
in the itggT'gaih.n "t'ncle Ned" (John
Vatis was an interesting character. Ib
f..is a remarkably sweet and clear tenor
v.. ire and he sang "Silver '.fireadn Among
he f.i.ui" the Bfng he sang when he
j:ned this company twenty-three years
igo He shows his age now but h had
h--n a minstrel man in hlH time
The program was after the order of
a!l ot fier ruins trets but the end men
u ere relieved of any very heavy work.
Th" bsr part was in the second art in
He presentation of the plantation scene.
Concert at the Sacred Heart.
Iist night in the handsome new edifice
which is shortly to be dedicated as the
i hur. h f the Sacred Heart a beautiful
program of devotional music was enjoyed
j by a very large aduience. The Interior
I the buiidin..fta Ooor wailv and ceu-
j Mr i I'Fiei . on-: b red certain steps were
j tarien i r 1 1-i-imgsreiaer of an un-
ii - r: led rei ct i t- nat ure as well as being
nr. fair. R 1 w ... relation to the part
Cat the w iter i.mk in the arrest of J.
I O'Kiel Ahu li was quietly and peace
ably accom ; lished. and his own subse-
pi.-nt incat ration the writer accom-
! anted his -.rother down to the txilice
station for r-i- purpose of assisting him j
to make his .nd and at his home where '
.Mr. o'Ktel w is f .und at 8 o'clock Sunday
ev n;ng. an- w (.- re he quietly submit- !
red t. the 'it ers and on t h way to
The station e two officers: I'evton and
bite talk and chatted pleasantly
vi it: the wrr. r ar.d his brother and noth- i
:rg was said r d ne at Mr. O'Flel's rest-
d.-n- or on ie way to town that bor- i
h red ufHjn - was tinged with resent-
mt nt toward the officers. Arriving at i
ttie station. Mr .1 i. O'Flel Was with- I
tit eauHH th -ef .r roughly and rudely I
seized and ha: h.d and thrown into the r
ceil at the st :ion h--use without cere- '
niof The w rit.-r undertook to secure
and nil out his htni b..nd In order to ee- 1
ire his release thereunder Instanter I
and while in the act of using the tele- I
phone at the -i.id .n. request for the use
of which had been made in a dignified
and courteous manner and apparently
granted the writer was ala4 seized and I
thrown into th prison all Without law-
fnt warrant or '-reni"ny. and on nothing 1
hut the tlimsy and unfounded excuse that
rhe writer had used language of an I
abusive or reproachful character toward
one of the urr.-snng officers; and In ad-
iY t i f in will s h w t h a t he was severe 1 y
set upon and r-UKhl handled by the po- A
hce official "f thf city of Houston pres- '
ent at the station jind that there was j
no warrant or real evcuse for his arrest: !
and requestH fiat you allow space In the i
eolumns f yoi.r paper for this corrected
version of said incidents in orderthat '
all err')neous Cfinehjsions to his prejudice I
'ausf-u io r.e iorme.1 oy tne publication
of the first rep'rr of the affair be erad-
icated m David O'Flel.
thamlerlain-8 Cough Remedy has won
it-s great reputation and extensive sale by
Its remarkable ir of coughs colds and
croup. It can h- depended upon. Try it.
Sold by all dealers
PEE those storm hugglea Just received
at L. H Burks A Son
Twenty cents ba-k e the dollar at
Smith Drug Co 102 Praaton.
Wo id bury Face Experts
NOW IN HOUSTON
Frances Wilcox and Dr. Saunders two
of the old Woodl.ury Face Experts are
now in tiiH South and are doing a won-
derful work in coriHctlng ungainly fea-
tureH. Tu those who have an unrefined
appearance due to an Irregular Noae.
Ugly Scars Lines of Age or Dissipation
Unnatural Hollow Cheeks Bloaty Eye
Lids Sagging Chops or Baggy Neck this
Is tiie one opportunity to have the same
corrected These Experts cansreflne tho
face and beautify the skin as tno onq
else can. You are Invited to rail 'for ap-
jiointmont. Ask for
At Mrs. Lord's Beauty parlor. Stewart
Gold-Producing First Lien
Farm Mortgage Bonds
Farming is a great business. The day of the "Rube" is gone forever.
The back-to-the-land movement is here to stay. The big profits of today
and tomorrow will go to the man who tills the soil. Farming is calling
men from all the great pursuits of life. Business men and professional men
are getting back more and more to the soil. There are no "down and outs"
on the land the high cost of living is not a problem to the man who owns a
farm. For that reason farming is one of the big opportunities of today.
For those who can not leave their business and those who fear the
results of their efforts because they have not the experience to make farm-
ing a success I have originated a plan of investment which is certain to prove
one of the most profitable absolutely secured investments in America.
My company has decided to develop the remainder of its acreage at
San Leon into one of the most perfect truck and berry farms in the world.
This big farm will consist of approximately 1000 acres and will be scien-
tifically cultivated under the most expert supervision obtainable.
On this farm will be grown standard truck crops and a large acreage
of strawberries recognized as one of the greatest money-making crops
known A reasonable acreage will be devoted to high grade vegetables
medicinal herbs greenhouses etc.
Our own canning factory will be established and like the packing houses
every by-product will be utilized ; nothing will be wasted. The Bright Spot
Farm should prove one of the most profitable enterprises in Texas.
For the purpose of providing ample funds for the carrying out of the
above plans we have arranged to issue $100000 of 8 per cent Profit-Sharing
Farm Mortgage Bonds payable in gold ten years from March 15 1912. The
purchasers of these bonds will receive a guaranteed rate of 8 per cent every
year for ten years. In addition to this rate of 8 per cent they will receive
one-fourth the net profits made from the farm.
Each $100 bond receives one-fourth the het profit from a full acre of this
highly developed truck and berry farm. Each $100 bond is secured by one
full acre of highly developed land intrinsically worth $200 to $250 per acre
and also by the entire assets of this corporation which is incorporated under
the rigid laws of Texas with a full paid capital of $250000.
No other1 investment in the world is safer than these Farm Mortgage
Bonds issued on San Leon lands. No other land is more certain to increase
in value. No other land is more certain to produce wonderfully profitable
crops every year. v
This investment combines absolute safety assured income ten-year
term thus giving a permanent investment if you wish and removing the
trouble of hunting a new investment every little while payable in gold-
negotiability in case you want your money for other purposes and liberal
The Houston-Galveston district is full of opportunities but no one
of them will to any degree equal these Profit-Sharing Farm Mortgage Bonds
as an investment for the man who wants his money to work for him day
and night while he remains in his present position or business.
I shall be pleased to hear from those who seriously and earnestly
desire their money to produce for them the rate of interest to which they
are entitled. Call at our office in the Carter Building (Ground Floor) or
write for descriptive literature.
C. S. WOODS President
The Western Land Corporation
C. 8. WOODS President
Please send me full Information regarding your Issue of
Farm Mortgage Bonds advertised In The Post of March 26.
The two Porch Rockers here illustrated appeared in the ad of the Waddells House Furnishing
Co. Sunday March 24 and through a slight error in our composing room was priced as follows:
No. 7 at $2.70 and No. 29 at $4.95 whereas No. 7 should have been priced at $4.95 and No. 29at$2.70
No. 7 No. 29
If .".. nt;. Iff
ii sss ii ai n
Another piece Thl" ' th rocker that made
made for solid uch an 'mprenlon last sum-
comfort. The . ntr' ' lrfl y It-
frame is made of
hard maple finish-
ed natural color ;
extra large size with
double cane back
and seat; Priced at
ting; massive hard
frame and back
and seat are fill-
ed with double
rattan; it's like
sitting on a cush-
ion. PRICED AT
maple II I ': III
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