The Houston Post. (Houston, Tex.), Vol. 27, Ed. 1 Tuesday, March 26, 1912 Page: 2 of 16
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OIRc Z17 Main
OUR $3.50 PUMPS
Arc positively the
city. They look
Prices mat Pfednct
ijs3 T E N N
: h ry
Pr-s:!- nr "'af ! v - a
! :niw!f tr fa-. '
rti t- m.;c- ! . . - r.::i '
son ;v "; tip.' -;r"
tiig t:;' !-ar.n; f'r-
Rtiarin;; I i-r-s-1 n '
inUnV-. :.- until
r. n ' i n r " 1
; ail: - -a-!
: a i g"i
. Taft's P an Impract. cable.
Prs.U-r:: Taft f '1 allrsr
problem by putii- p ran: ' raff;r h--twwn
thf A'iint.e an-i I'ar.ii c un-
der tho c-rT": tr.rs:ai- com-
merce con. in .-.-- T . -mnunn if-
self ha pnn-u:tii t!u plan .mpraci -Me
ana ! . arel Mr precis iy the action
hieh t5 r.-r.-iate an-i f-r. ipu cm-
raerre C"ivmff- rf tie hmi; has tak- n
In the fm.V .!r.if; f the l-i I ;..airn..vi
Adarrr-on w a- ; r ::r.p y t.t!f.K ar-1
In what -;tpp
-ri!rr .n pir.:an;-nt
thry I'M :-t. ar.
p'j: him cut .tea'
WPt-n !. '
-man iiK -(re- a!u
:.ativ .1 li.-:rv r
a-i-1 a r?;.-mt- f
t pr-v !. :;-r- -
t 'fiimi::- e :..:.
.r.wr.tf ti.t- ra :
a r 1
IifXt c.av t .. .
main ff-a liir- j -T
T.- . a:. a 1-. I l; '
t. n n'.u-'r'- 1 1
I - f.-i
i '; r.a rn.
ptfpi an-l i
i rouhlf-5- p:n p.
t i!l5 lr pe I
8 f.f anp-:'f. Tl at tjr-1
upii' indigestion and liea-1-
The &mer y'U gft rid them ;h
:er anJ 'jc sv to K-t r:d of er. and
.o build up the system to take
Tht I'T.i g M' d: ir
hown by uDt'jua.ed
e par ex- eliem r as
ra-ii- ai and pertua-
Get it toilay ie usual I.- uid form oi
rrweoated ta'ieT" kr'-n a Saratab$.
Hoes to Hoe
And Give the Best
ONLY 28 HOURS
Four Hours Quicker Than Ml Otttar Line
M. L. MORRIS D. P. AT. A
LEV. FREDERICK Assistant
best shoe value sold in this
better fit better and wear
longer than any shoes sold in Houston tor
the price. Made in tans pa'ents dull
leather. Ve have all sizes and widths
same as higher priced shoes.
Roof Trimmings Etc.
Made in Houston.
Guarastaed lo b I irsl Class.
si iv Presto 2664
We arc sera ta
1 S O N BROS.
BATTLE STILL RAGING.
Report Fom Corralitoa Shows Heavy
-f. : . ; - - .
Jl.!iN !-;:. Mar h A" .t .-l k tr:i
ait-rr.-' trie 1 at:i- 'ur:..!:tos. tn -
r-it'l t.if.ip ti- ?.i-l
it : ! :
:t- i.l'i w
hoi is- v
u-1 n t:.e
t r a- t.ps t i iffii imp- : t .i'1! i - a' -w
; s f s t . i n i : : i ; - 1 1 : 1 1- in t h 1" n it 1 S t a 1
have th- sjmf trm;r.Hl prt an-1 was
a-hnl't.l pra-ti'-a! vuM.-'iit ai fiment lui t
1 . i ran-c .mi: r:tal raitroa 1 - have t '
a : ; ai pr. wnt t inu i- put inh
pv 1 t w atT . :ns out of business P v
ut -t''ir-ar ';r.:. Titii'n an i rfaal pir-
Jumped a Rabbit.
t h Mirkf-ep--r. in t l.ti-- ?
an v'.'i 'ar-'iniau an-l :
v:lt' r-jt a f- r hi- pia:rt
. T"url!-ts ho a: aiav wa'k-
U'i'1- ! i ' hr-rif Mi r
.'ii:.i h. ;iM .
i" r . k r' - i
P n . a n 1 f-r r 1
" ' . n. hl! af: ai-
a;. I Ui-j iir- !
tr k. rr -lair.
;!: J--in- ; .
HOUSTON BILL WAS
Retention of Old Postofficf Site
Practically Assured by Act of
HIN'iT 'N. Mar- h
i. i ."' AP.'.T'' I'l l p- - . i'! :r.i
r-'T ' i"ii -v tr- C'v. rmiit-n: .-f ; -i .'.
p--'fli''p property in H"UF"n i" i ncl
:i iirtj.i;itiin and F-h ral f:. I tjil.l-
f.'ivorahiy r-i--rtd t - J .i . 1 ih..-l-uildmgs
nd icroiinds iornniirioc - f th;
nae ap.d was pl- d .; tht- ah odar
h the pupge'ion uf Senator 'ulters-jn t'
l" ai'-1 up at the first "j portuni'y and
rittased. a n- oj.jvitj-n i? -ixpr .-d. Tno
measure ill then go t. I'rt-sidnt Talt
for his fc.ftnatun3
IgardmK the PURgention that an ap-pr-.pnaion
he s- ured t- pr-'Vidi- f r the
razing of the Franklin avenue srr:. 'irft
hnd -re- t!on of a n-w huildlr.g :t r.a.
tteen pointed f.rjt hy th- T-tu. n.t -mhers
of .-..ngrt-ss that (he i-ra:.a' i-.n- iihi- n
not to pass a tp n ra:
bill at th.s ifst.v n f
der it impos-ib.e to stv .
tion just now.
The ho.:se r :en::. .
gr.-j-ds r-or.- i
ti e on i-r- ar-1 r.r : : .i: :
i r ir i as c.n :
station nr.i o t. ;. .-
ex ; .;i.di ; u t- I -t n .. ii -o.
sP.got altera' oj...
b- r of that commP '
Itlieved that the cotr t.i
action upin a re;est f-
"e any such a. -
rr h;:'dinjrs ar.d
! -. : b il wi:h
.t s jbposta!
A u :t hout t e
r -i a mem
; . and u i
n approt ria
tion at this tim by
ting the data an-l
statements to l.at effect i hat w ere fth-d
at the time the retention of the property
by the governmeni was orig.nally urged.
j ALLENS' FOOD SUPPLY SHORT
i Officers Beliece Hunger Will Drive
Them to Surrender.
Mfifruf'i i'rrst R.t- 't I
HII.IJJVIIXK. Va . Mar-:i "Thfty
in k- j. us (!ii-Kir.f xevcrai .!;.. but
im lungpi ; th-y rain'i net ! ' . to
i" : i . - it. th Btimnt t..r-i.-.t 1. 1 U;..
T.- f jnyrH I.uritlnii tli.- . : i '-dt-iMU-i
fr th wurt 1 '.ns ii ( 1 .f
Al'tr unitl... r tla'. s '
.l''tt Iti wtiiili I r.
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I. I -111
- i.rptl.. i.n.1 riiiin- '
. al-n IjV thf iMa-. t.
lir'.:- fln.u .t--- ..l-t
r. ' i i -j.l- - ! oi a t.c'i'ii
I - tr- ;-ii-.lr. wl... arrival to
Pil-aii'-i a r y v. lw n ii!
1 1 i.l ll
- ra M1 I ' !
. tn'.-iu tw j day
CONFERENCES UNFRUITFUL OF
ENGLISH STRIKE SETTLEMENT
Trouble Going Unabated and Is Costing the United Kingdom
$50000000 Every Week.
Mij.vu . j Press Report.)
LOlVX. Murt-ii 2". The twenty-fifth
day of t(u national coal strike ends with
nearly C.OOO.vkH" workers idle many thou-
sands dependent upon charity to ke?p
Ihem from starvation every manufactur-
ing Industry m tho land undergoing a
throttling and settlement apparently as
rvmole as er
Sanguine cm- otations at the beginning
of thp day t'at a Joint eonferer.co of
owners ;.nd miners dramatically sum-
moned h ttw. premier would reach an
agreement t ! : w mild end the Mruggie
were replaced h the gloomiest firehKl-
ini when it was learned that no confer-
ence took p;a-r For wo and a half
hours th pi 'me nunisur and his ol-
Ifagues lab. n d with the commiltc- rep-
rvsenttnx 1 owrters end four nnd
a halt" hour uii.i Lti miners' exe utive.
bi't they fall"! s. c tti'i. t-ly t-i get on-
ctssion.s from i ;ih.-r w hich uff.'rd a basis
for agre m nt tl iii h vas found 'nud-
vi.abe to brm; the disputants together
As ia previt ;i i n-ejt. th.e govemment
resorts to im 1 ;" wng sccrec . the only
information tni'hsaf(d in tiie official
staterm lit t irg
'Thfl Ponferrn-e adJ'UI r.-d until to-
With ever'ho-h concerned In negotia-
ions pledgrd i- sileiu' n iia t he
ci.anges will hroiK - an not h- fredtcted.
U is K'hei! ;!.;it if an agriement la
n.; reached lo t1- nd of the week every
I asst-nger tra in ii the I ntted Kingilo.n
w ;M h- upeiidtl Managers of t he
r. iU met h-.-r' ioda aiul. afit taking
st n h of t ' tui I or ha iM. renched t he
: usiori ttiat v n -tetj would In neces-
vr. 1 ?v r w hei t- . he workers are up-
d i-olng ur:-peak a Me suftertng. No
sj- !i s.-r.oi:- iia.'.ti"n has faced the gov-
'I'Micni and tl ' i-opl In many years.
It is recounted r'.i; some measure must
U- 1. taker t put an end to con
dition which. I:" no remedied within a
RAILROADS REFUSED '
f: n:n Pap1 Ore )
representing t; e
n. ;;:ve '"ngmeers
dents and rn-n:
road. The railr
pi -posed in- reas-
Hrotlurheod of Ik-!-a:il
twelve vice presa-
managers -f the rail-
ad: p- int out that the
will :imcur.l to ST. 533-
would b. e.
Th is in re a so t hey say
mivalent tit i'!aclng their
properties --n a hen of J1SS.S44.S18 of 4
pt r cent s c vi rrt i es . which would h a ve
lreference mer first mortgage bonds
"and to Jui-t thai extent would lessen
th.e ability of the roads to make the Im-
ir. v.;iTt3 net essary to increase the rf-
ri ier.ey of the service and t insure
greater safety to the public and em-
ployes." The rei-ly continues:
"Already the traffic of a growing coun-
try has overtaxed the existing facilities;
and the heavy burdens incurred through
legislation large expenditures for im-
provement which produced no revenue
and the previous wage increases have
made it l:np?sihle fr many f the roads
to provide the added facilities which a
prudent foresight demands.
Would Bankrupt Roads.
"Fast this railway circles if the in-
creases would be given to the engineers
they would be followed by a similar de-
mand from other employes which if
granted would result in act tial bank-
ruptcy to some of the riiads and would
leave t hem as a v.' hole unprepared to
nan t any suddvn Increase in the de-
mands for transt ortaiimi "
The railroads point m;t thatUi.e wage
advance to engineers and other tmployts
sin- e 11U0 was made in expectation of a
"much needed" auvan- m freight rates
w ':: tiie interstate commerce commis-
:n declined to hUow. sin e i:.at peri'l.
t . . sav enforced reductions uf ra tes
ha e been in - re m les ont Prions and
ot l r ra reductions are pending.
ranr.au5 declare t iat t ie fixing
a standard wage for condu tor- and
Tramnien was tn-resuit oi a erisi- wnicit i
i-vel.'ped m -nnecilon w.th. their de. j
mand-i nnd should not be Tak-n as a I
pre. .-den;. J
' Ther- r manv tneupsiste'. p s .n a
s'andard wage it must b1 apparent i. ;t
all railroads ar1 not iially a:e t. pay
a standard ral. ontinued t ' repp.
The red ik tion of the net rev-nues by
T . iinit;nll m. reflsinc -nT;s.-. of no-
. t a f i. .i i i .i w ieoii st narrow 1 t e mar - f
uin w !iir h i - nt Iat to th solv.-n
jstence of ii an' of t he roads t i-.it f ir-
t h r in--r a :n opera t ing are
Mt.wcd with grave coticern."
A Decrease In Clearing.
Fig1. res are prevented to sh-w t at
w Hie the cro?s- earnings of tl reads . on .
. . rued Hi rra-ol J1V.".-;.1?.'? in ti- ie
was a 0' -tpc in karlngs of $7m" .
and wiii vl7 m-n were e'np'.o- . tho
t-tal wageh in rease-1 $.13.41';. Th'- reply
"This headlong movement to.vrrdi fi-i-aneial
disaster pro. o.ls un- heckt-'.
In i-w therefore of th fact that 'lie
present wages are. as a rule full an-l lib-
eral and the railroads as explained .t'novo
are financially 1 unable to bear t in-
creased expense involved u is evidently
impossible to grant t-ie -"equest which you
hpve suonilted. '
T'he repiy signed by the conference
committee of managers J. C ;:tuart
THOUSANDS OLfT ON STRIKE.
Lowell Matt. Textile Workers D scon-
tented Witn Wage Increaiei.
(.Ixjo.ij.vd Fn trn j
LoWKLL Mass.. llarch 25. A antral
ptrlkr which leaders ileclare wiil rt-suit
in at leiJt ZhvQ more ut th.- 20 c .t-
i n mill ox r;u:v-3 n this c.;y U-.Ih.x to
r.p-'rt 1'jr W(.rk r.a.s declare- ry ti.e in-
d'j: ir.al W. rkftrfl of tho Wml.t t..nis:iif.
Today 1-00 'i.Ki.tlvfS in the Ai-; tn ..:A
!'-n iruat:k ir.ilis n-em out an-i li.t- A-I'lt-ron
plant -uspmled oivraiior.s.
At a meeting tonigin u:' i.ll ;iie Imjni
flxrR. numbt-rini? aiout 500 In ' t.t- sev-n
plants of this city -hty vut.-J to stay
away from work tomorrow. Mnkers are
ili.-atiined with tlit advance in wages
which became -effective today varying
from 4 to 10 per cent. They a.k for an
Increase averaging between 15 and 20
Fearing a repetition of the reim. of
terror which marked the early stages of
th Ijirpnn .trlkp thA nolire tonl(h
announced they had made plans either
to prevent the coming to the city of w 11-
Ham l. Haywood and others of tpe In-
tiustrial Workers of the world who are
prominent at Lawrence or if tliis was
found to l.e impracticable to t.-iko MK-ps
to forestall these leaders from ".-tirrlng
PILES (UMD IN 6 TO 14 DAY 5.
Your druggist will refund nvmev if Haz. ' nr.t-
rofut fail tu one any can oi It.-Slr. R'- I.
Ulcedi&ff or ProtrudmK Pile in t t 14 50c
Ij Charged With Embeizling.
tAsjeetated Prett Rtta't.i
TVSt'l'llUIA. Ala.. "Ma till 2- David
A Uorex. former caslUer of the Tiivtim.
bia Bank and Trust company oOTu.---iinnlila.
Ala. has been rearrified .c-r-
liiiirgeal wit a tmlxzilln); tM)". ile ;M -iii-lud
iKind of JlO.OOo eniii:ig a pre-
liminary hearing today.
TO CURE A COLD IN ONE DAY
T T.WAHVK BHOMO hnnve TaMc.
l ".mM- rrftjnd mpni'v if it f-i! fn t it re.
L. V. (JKOV t "i stnaturo u on each box.
T' suit in disaster
Col $11.25 Per Ton
Coal merchants p '
of the small aiock
per ton maalng It -
General manuget -railroads
stocks of fuel. Tht
If peace Is not in -i
this week all the
every branch line in i
will be suspended.
The employers an I
to make aft arm in.
rosed minimum dai
1.-5 for men ar.d -e
ut up th.e prica
uahtiug ccal $1.25
f nil the llritlsh
. d trya remaining
nit ludhalcs that
i hy the end of
- ncrr1 trains on
'loves are trying
r.t on the pro
Hie of wagete of
iits tor bo) a.
Suffering Great Privations.
Even If the nation. tl coal strike were
settled immediately :.n ' the million min
t-in returned to wo-k
d;tion of the remauut:
other Industries w ;o I
idle by th lack . f
In-mediately rcl-.. -d
thousands of dtpe":
gieat privation ;nd
where Uie fund fr.-.r
are completely ex! . u
have reached a t.i it1'
officials of the t u-
Ing to relieve the w
In one district al. n.
400. vtH) unionist w .
the parish poor au'
Throughout Wales ti
nee. the con-
.tk'i.'.wDO men in
I ten rendered
l could not he
Their tens of
- are suffering
i South Wales
i. the conditions
mIuis nre try-
ii and children.
' i Houth Wales
1m e applied to
'les for relief.
..'my of unem-
eae In every
brnnch f induct r
ITof. H. X. Je
strike Is costing
5 ".tH0000 at the. '
i ' ry week it last
As the (crantin;
ratts of $1.25 for
tor the boys wl
mines would cost
the professor arg
the mine owners t-
- mates that the
1 ii'ttnl K ngdom
. compilation for
i ar.d - -ents
.' . rkin; in the
m ooo pe year
i- would pay
BY 0R0ZC0S REBELS
(Continued :roti' '"ax"
tention and the s. h"
were estimated at 40'
titlay at 100. TI" -crnment
losses i :
ainpa on interv e"
taken. Protmbly tl.v
to an extent.
Among those w un
ported was tJener il 1'
most dashing and dr-
!..' :-A t-enred
; t e re bo i iivr-
. c ot th. iriv-'
.i h; Jeneral
p-la U is r-'-bii.'t.
one of the
l.tle of the goV-
; i t t'uit ieioral
i orrect and was
i maiU of punc-
ermnent leadern. ;
trains wad wounded is i
due to the omission -tuati--a
In a disixttcL
Tne rebels hold sup- r
th flank and in fr '
The latter despite : I -advantaces
of posits :. -surrender.
however their only eh
the fiht much longer
general Aubert witli
Torreon Aubert is i .
started from Torrein
t positions on
f w l-'eder.ils.
h'- and lts-
i -. signs oi
ii- ral Ompa.
t- of continuing
t ;-e arrival of
o.t valry from
red to have
MADERO CLAIMS VICTORY.
President Refused to Admit Defeat
t.4 tsocjatid Pr KcfortA
MEXICO CITY Mar h 2:.-President
Madero tonight woul 1 not admit a gov-
ernment defeat In t e battle at C'r-
raMtos. On the contrary he claimed a
brilliant victory hui:g it on advices
from government s i;p's of a freh battle
concerning w:dch previous dispatches
have said not: ing
"Tae government troops have scored a
declsfve v ctory" 'Pt.:i;red President Ma-
dero tonight. " ' .r latest relets shoe!'
a complete defeat . f the rebels n- ar t'nr-
mlitos. t eir los - n dead wounded and
captured accoa-iliig for 1000 of their
men. It barf he. a hard won victory.
but It ireans tl.r breaking of the rebei
power1. l-"or the nisli act of rienera' Gon-
zales Saias we I .vr only regret. It was
not necessary. "
Th lau-r rep t: s referred to by t!i"
I president were to uie effeet what follow -j
ing the rout of lotu-ral 'lonzas Sulas
1 leneral T ruce; Aubrt wiio was rjH-cut-
g a flariK mov m- iit and was wuiun ear
of 'lie flntx. co;-d in u:- m til1
hel rear and i.gaged t:.em. fTeneral
Tellei. wit a a i ti . r. came up in time
to help A ibr-. : a crushing defeat.
New York State Sentiment Is Held
' - . ' . ;' i '.s hYr
NEW Vo'LK. Marc); 25.- Primary eh-e.
t;ona tomor. ow- t h.rimdnmt Now York
Srate will t-ve tJ.p first tangible Indi-
cation of i;viiar -entiinent regarding
andidates t me before ' he repub-
lican Nath -nil - u etit ion. i ito rMu ' -Iicans
will le. i eighty-six of tloir
ninety delrt..'. - the Chi ik conveii-
tkn and f c- i- r -f.nr of th.se ihoje
will be eon'- ' i tw-on -md. dales des-
ignated by t i. galar i publh an hs-
I trict organiza" i'-jw Und oth -r named be
"Utloii in I- ha ' CVj .p. j I vrl
our dojlt.it. ai lart'
will be chose u
local con tes fi-.
io the r p';bli--aTi Stu'e
v ; j i dt b P..---S will bo
t an. .rrow imar;-
ri maries ar" canned . o
r the dem.. rats hae
ves of the privilege '
primary law t;:v". to rii jf.-e all tiie
delegates at ihc ."-tate convention.
The prlmar! a ar" not (r direct presi-
dential prefer' n? :n the sense expressed
hy the recent .nti-ot in North bukotsi.
-inly reg'.ilarlv cnrulled republicans c;iu
vote for repuMh ui candidnlts atni t!i;
law permit.s r; - instruction of I-lt'Ka! s.
The supporuis of Tresident Tail i:ow-
ever. maintain that the "resnilar" or "..i-
ETanlzation" delegatv-s desinated in all of
the forty-tlin ngresslonal di.-ttlct-i
with a few xsih!. exceptions favor .Mr.
Taft's rertfniiii.r i. n.
Colonel l;i . ?e u has declared puhlidy
that this prin.iiry in no fair test of pep-
i.'.tr ser.timt nt. and the coniir.ittee ot -tmlzed
to . ..f him in New York
oi:nty :-as i:;. .; attention to ti" proj.ct
that ti.i.-v v- : vine hy the It 'o.-ev. it
ti' C; t'i.i.f ni-se Ik the fait tfiat
!iur.:-p (rf . an-i ilatis for d. li gati s mtn-t
n- punted mar the bottom of tin- I allot
wnii h may ni-c. -itale unfolding Hlrii.s of
paper in yur..o district twelve and four-
teen feet long
INDIANA IS BADLY SPLIT.
Taft Carried Two Dlatrlct Conventions
Roosevelt One Another Divided.
Ast .citi'cJ Press Report.)
INDIANA!'--US. Ind.. .March 2.' in
the close hard ftiuRht race for a majoiiiy
of th Indiana di-lezatloB of thirty to ihe
I republican National convention. Taft t-up-
' porters tijdaj c.-rricd two dlstrici.M con-
! venthma advocat' h at Colonel HooovHt
I took one and a fourth was Iplit ca( h
; faction fleeting' itlegaU'S.
At the State (tp.nventlon today four h I-
--'ate? at laro v. .il he elected. Hoth the
Taft and Kooy-velt elements tonight
1 claimed a major. iv uf 1431 votey and vero
prepared fur a -MrugKle. In thi- I-'.uJiih
j and i-')ftlt tiittb' mef tings ioday h I -
nai- etioM-n to lie National coii'vht!on
I v i iv irirrucif't r.ir Tail and in tho
J.ieverith dlslrict the Hoosceli deleg-at-M
! vlc-rttfd. Th- Third dlMiVi e.n -
veti'Jon UivMM of) tin rp'rt of the !-
j d .-iiilMlM LOnonittt ... 44 to it Th- liatr-
man caul iii- itv for Taft n- le Kats.
The lloostveli laclion maintained ite
halrrnan huii alrra! v vo;ud with his
ounty lrtft the hall and held a conven-
I Hon ol its own. luighth district delogHti s
havr l-wn In-.iu. ted for Tail. Both fac-
! tions luiiight claim the remaining twenty
I 4h-i..(ra(e Seven oisirict com rntions nru
' to be held after i he Slate convention.
' Pale Oelicat Women and Oris.
Th- '(.! iStnniPo.l rlniTf-'f THkP'ipii Chi 11
ixrwH aii'i r-niiiK int tlm -j.-
1 leu. k ur sruwu ucuiiic auu ciiildrcu. jOc.
few days must
throughout the nat:
Eesponies From HiiiiBtert
in and Around Honaton
and Their Decision Awaited.
"The clergy of Houston and for a hun-
dred milcM around the city have readily
accepted the Invitation publlaaed In the
Hr-uston paem to make an Impart L:l
test of 'Plant Juice' " atatea the demon-
ptrator stationed at Rouse's drug ntor.
"The response has been even more hearty
than we anticipated for have had
numerous calls daily of ministers willing
to make the test and aiso many have ac-
cept 1 by mall communications. To all
we furnished a supply of 'Plant Juice."
and within a week we should begin ge'-
ting the Individual verdicts.
"We are certain these will be highly
favorable for there is no class to whom
tilts great vegetable tonic appeals with
more force than to tho clergy. Many of
them undergo severe nervous strain both
physically and mentally and ait sufferers
of that all -prevailing complaint nervous
debility our cities are full of nervous
debilitated stoniach-troubleo people. They
arc depressed In spirits lacking in vital-
ity dull morbid lis tics have indiges-
tion poor appetites foul breath bad
blood and KHir circulation. In general
these Ills may he charged to present-day
civilization and to modes of city life.
There ha;- for yeurs been a cry of 'Back
to Nature' from the sufferers of our cities.
Very lew are able to set k health by going
out and living close to nature but there
is another road to the same end. and
foloml Frank A. nTIHngham of Plant
Juie ' fame has adopted for it the slogan
of Forward to Nature.' It Is a road that
all may travel and 'Plant Juice' the
greatest of vegetable tonics is it. plant
Juict' is nuule up of the extracts and es-
sences of roots- bark herbs fibers and
flowers of Nature's mdicina1 herb. It
is a remedy from the gnat laboratory of
Nature and a perfect specific for all Ills
bearing the follow ing svmptonm: indi-
cestion. heartburn palpitation of tho
heart had laste in tho mouth coated
t'"M.Kce. fermentation nchiity for re-
moval of tho caat-e of piles excessive bile
indiea ; ed hy elhiw skin blotches pim-
ples pains i i itn- back end b-ios. p;sriess-
ne.j. pf vs; ss. lack of rourrgc. ilmlil-
n y conMipH t ion abnormal urine in color
and (plant it y. headache. iiiotMiii.i. cold
feet numbness etc They ar- tiie symp-
toms trt tho rnt;niation:U complai: t - nerv-
ous debiiitv. involving derangement of the
Momach. liver. kidties ami blood -p'ant
Juice' wi:i bring tmtck r. hcf. t will tone
and strengthen make on fei 1 like new
nnd will permanent I v cure on. See our
demount ra i urns at I louse's corner Main
and Preston from ri in the morning to 8
in th.e evening each week day.
212 MAIN ST.
AMERICAN TRUST COMPANY
OF HOLSTON. TEXAS
Monta J. Moor
j. D. Hefley.
Active Vice Pres.
J. E. Duff.
Active Vice Pre.
Or. E. W. Brown
M. P. Gelselman
B. C. Duff
N. B. S!lr)ri.Trraurr
E. J. Dimmick
- II i .1 II a
We will buy 60 to 180
days paper secured by
Hugo V. Neuhaus & Co.
First National Bank Bldg.
A St. Louis Trust Co.
In sums of $20000 to $200-
000 on centrally located im-
proved business property.
Address application with
full description of property
to 3342 this office.
FOR GIRL'S LIFE
Mildred Logan May Eecover From
Pistol Shot Wounds Sustained
at Friend's Home.
lllouitfn I'ast Special.)
STKrHKNVII.UK. Texae. March 25
Miss MildrPd l..gan. the young woman
thut Suturii.iy afternoon at the borne ot
her frien.l. Vrs. C. Heynolds. is re-
ported by tne attending physician to
be resting easy and there is hope lor
her recovery unless pneumonia seta In.
Two of lu-r uncles who are physicians
arrived yesterday They are Dr. Logan
of Buffdale Texas and Dr. Logan of
Urn ham Texas.
Miss Logan was shot four times. One
shot entered at the fourth rib In front
nnd came out at the tenth rib In the
back. arely i.i-rcing the left lung; an-
other shot Mrui-k her left hand almost
tearing tiie third and fourth fingers off
and i he other two made only flesn
wounds one in the arm and one In the
.Tilss Li'iiau is iieing oared far at tne
home of Andrew liavis a relative of the
.. t.-m.-ni been made as to the
i-ausr- v. ili ii r-Multert hi the tragedy.
Mis' Lnrrnn I i i not bi-en able to make a
statement and none ha been offered by
.Mr- Keyiiold. It is nald no words were
HHik-'it i'l'fon- the siiots were fired. Alius
l..igun. who i'i 22 years of age is the
daughter oi a Methodist minister at Mor-
gan Mills uii.l was attending si hool here.
i ractlett!- liu- i.nly information re-
garding ti.'.' tr.aible wlikll led to the
si. .nuing u-' -.rding to I'ounty Attorney
ii. . fox h.. been Klven by Mrs. Klinei-
JoneM. u nelghtior who u vlalllng at
the Keynold? home Just before the
The three women hud been sitting In a
room talking for an hour the eounly ai-lorte-y
says wliet Mrs. Reynolds made
som' remark about "her troubles" and
l.roke down i-fvini;.
She made Lottie remark alxiut her home
neimr wrecKeo. .irs. join- norrineu a'--part'd.
As she v a. lending she heard
tin- first shot fir. d.
Soon after l;i r releane on .bond Mrs.
Keyn.ilds'lefl for her mother's home in
I hi- t-onntry.
Tui' l.'!4an girl has many friends in tills
Continental Trust Company
WITHOUT BAN KINO PRIVILEGES
CARTER BUILDING HOUSTON TEXAS
Transacts a general Trust Company business; will
iinanee and accept management of Real and Personal
property collecting income and remitting as directed.
Industrial and Municipal bonds and Mortgage loans
TRANSACTS A GENERAL
Banking and Trust Business
ACCOUNTS OF INDIVIDUALS. FIRMS
$300000.00 PAID LP CAPITAL STOCK
The Company commenced business December 4 1911:
first quarter ended March 4 1912. The only GUARAN-
TEED STATE BANK in the City of Houston and the
LARGEST IN THE STATE OF TEXAS.
Non-interest and Unsecured Deposits of the Bank are
protected hy depositors' GUARANTY FUND OF THE
STATE OF TEXAS.
REAL ESTATE LOANS MADE
VENDOR'S LIEN NOTES BOUGHT AND SOLE
HUDSON P. ELLIS 707 union bank bldg.
HOUSTON TEXAS PHONE PRESTON 1371
REIN & SONS COMPAN
Printen and Publishers.
LARGE EDITION AND COLOR
PRINTING A SPECIALTY.
Prion 1472. HOUSTON TEXAS.
306-308-310 Carolina St.
Tel rrtstoa 9. 108 Hiia
FEANK KIEKLEN ON TEIAL.
Nine Jurors Were Selected in Case
at Fort Worth.
FORT WORTH Texas. March 25-Se-leetlon
of Jurors In the Klrklen murder
trial was begun this afternoon. Nine
Jurors were selected and a special venire
of 150 men drawn for this case was ex-
hausted. It Is generally believed that
the remaining three Jurors will be ob-
tained tomorrow morning. Frank Klrk-
len Is charged with shooting to death
Walter Eugene Clayton the night of Feb-
Mrs. Belle Collins mother of the (lain
man. was in the court room ail day. She I
was accompanied by S. E. ColUns her
husband and Blayton's stepfather.
"Gel Ihe hack of the NOTCH'.
I5c. ach I tor Rc.
W. R. GREEKWOOD
District Salei Agnt.
216 Levy BnUdial
Phon Preston 14.
Dr. E. W. Brown.
Dr. W. M. Brumby.
R. B. Crger
R. C. Duff
J. E. Duff
M. P. Gelselman
J. O. Hefly
G. M. HendertOJl
W. l Hill
Monta J. Mem
H. A. Pain
H. C. Schunmacntr
C. J. von Ronbrg
Houston Land STrust Company
Issues T me Certificates of Deposit
in email amounta and up to bear &
fair rate of interest from day of
Houston Land & Trust Company
(Chartered 1875. H'itheut flaninf Priviltctt.)
Capital and Surplus SSR6.000.00
Stocks and Bonds For Sale
Houtli Texas Commercial Ttatiooal;
l.utnbermnna National Rsnk.
- -fontln-ntal IVusr OompaiiT.
ThompiuHi Bros lumber iVmipanr
Ureal Noutbern Lifo Insurance Com-
rOT Houston t'hronlele.
-t'tty of Ualefitoa Uradft Raiiiof G Dec
w will Mil any of tu abor stocks for
rah. or part casb and ths balaaca on Ubm.
sk for our qaotationa.
rnlon 'ttinniit Bank.
Amerlftn Trust dunpsuy.
Southm Tnist Company.
HsnlT Oil Company.
Orders executed for Kw Tork listed
Wm t. Kfsf HT. 0. King & Co. w. 0 Skwoi
RTOCK AND BOND DEALERS.
L. H. MUSHAWAY
701 Stewart Building
PHONE AUTOMATIC A4175
The Urban Press
"Whin Quality Count"
PHONE PRESTON 1942
1204 CONQRESS AVENUS
WILL L. WEST Managar.
Obtained and Trade-Mark rUt4.
CoaaaltatlOB and lnformaUoo fr. Witt
(or lnvutor Quid Hok. Ofoeaa at
Uouatoa and Washington. Mala oRlba)
Houston. Lumberman Bank BMIUlava
HARD WAY & CATHEV
STOCKS AND BONDS
BOUOHT AND SOLO
T. F. DEN MAN St CO.
Ml -1 Unltn National Bank Building
HOUSTON TEXAS. V
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