The Houston Post. (Houston, Tex.), Vol. 27, Ed. 1 Tuesday, March 26, 1912 Page: 8 of 16
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HOUSTON DAILY POST "'TUESDAY
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CerrteT of Trrao Atn-f and CruwfoH Street.
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and Ma:n iti "ft. for Ga!ealtu and intermeHiate
poin rtrt boor fro 4Ja.iB.toll p. m. in-
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if Hotel ii
Honiton's Commercial Hotel
THIRTY SAMPLE HOOMS
For Ladies and Gentleaiiea.
MEN'S GSILL EOOM
A la Carte Service
12:30 tin 2. 8:30 till 8 p.m.
I EL ROPE AN U
For convenieoce of guests
to and from Union and L
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Traiaa Leave 80 A. M. aad
94)5 P. M.
Grand Central Depot
LOCAL SliEPEI 10 BO Id POUTS.
F eaae CaU er Paoaa
E. J. PETERS C. P.&T.A.
rraateaSa SIS Maia
Light and Heavy Strap
Light Heavy and Ex-
tra Heavy Tee Hinges.
Screw Hook and Strap
F. W. Heitmann Co.
THE SHORT LINE
SOPFRI SEIIICE. CIKIIG i Li CUTE
For leforaaatioB Write
j I Mlttl. I f J C F VOOK P L
THE MILBT HOTEL
TM Ava. anal TravM Hauajtajaa
A b ofutailT
V I r a proof.
Rice Hotel Annex
j European Plan Cafe tL Carte
Texas Are. and TraTii St.
NOW OPEN THE NEW
100 room hot and cold running water
tn every room. caUl bella alectrlc
llarhta. Every room a room of com-
fort. Lunch Room. Cafe and Bar la
We are all troirii back to the
WOODS. 410 and 412 TRAVIS ST.
RATES SI. 00 AND UP
On Brock East of Central Depot
1W ROOMS. RUNNINO WATER.
ROOMS WITH PRIVATE BATH.
Tbe Reasonable Hotel.
Cafe and Bar on main f.oor.
Entrance 14 Mala 81
OTTO SENS Proprietor.
American Plan 2 00 per day
European Plan 7Sc and 11.00
Centrally located oppoalte Ne city
Hall and Market Houae. Convenient to
Grand Central Depot.
ST. JEAN HOTEL
Cor. Main and Prairie
CENTER OF THINGS ACTIVE
All outside newly furnished rooms
::i'jaT. conveniences centrally located.
All tne advantages of the modern flrst-
i lass hotel Special rates by the month.
CORNER MAIN AND WALKER.
Opposite the Bender Hotel.
The Texas Artificial Limn Cs.. Inc.
Manufacturer of the Latest and
Artificial Limbs Cratches.
Braces aad Eztasastoaa
Give ua a trial. We can fit you
perfectly and make you feel like a
HW San Jaclnte L Houston Tense
L O. OOMZALEa Aaat. Mar.
Commercial Organizations to
Be Revived at Once.
Internttionivl and Great Northern
Starts Campaign to Interest East
Tezans in Their Own Part
of the State.
Whn the industrial agnti of the In-
ternal. ona ami Great Northern fi-.lsh
with tht'lr present campaign thtre
be no mr 5!erpy towns In Kat Texas
at least not on the International. Those
engag-M tn immigration and Industrial
work have gone to work to wake up U
places which have been asleep and de-
clare they will net let up until every
nun along their lines Is aroused to the
poesJbi lilies f the country.
George S liruce. industrial agent who
has Just computed a trip over the lin1.
Mated yesterday that he had called meet-
ings of the business men in at least one
tow n in every county traversed by the
road for the pmpv-se of organising com-
mercial clubs. It is his purpose to make
(he people realise what an empire ih y
have and to k -t busy developing it. N t
only the busin s men but the farmers
and even the women who have organ I z d
civic club? are Invited to the meetings
anil urged to become members of tl e
new clubs. Puring tbe coming w ek
meetings will be he.d at Huffaio. mr"e
and Crockett Several clubs have a -ready
been organti-d and many revival
in place w here Interest has been ot .
The purpose "f the clubs is to work t"T
the welfare of the town in w hich it is
organized ttie same as other commercial
clubs and In addition Ihf club will do ad
in its Mwer t- help build up the rural
districts of th c--unty and promote bet-
ter methods of farnurg. Mr. Hn.ce hopvs
tliat by iicki 1 ar each cuumy in KJt-t
Texas and "M-eciaily thos' n his lire
wilt send exhibits to t!-o various fairs
WANTS CEMENT RATE LOWERED.
El Paso Man Asks Reduction From
Houston to Border City.
AUSTIN. Texas March :5 S C Mr-
Curdy of Kl Taso today filed with the
State railroad i ommission an application
for a rale of 1 cents on the lw) poumls
of cement transptrted from t he Border
City to Houston. sail that such a
reduction would n;ei new. territory to
the Kl I'aso cement pl;inrs. as ti ey could
do business wUh the Houston llstrlct
under an lS-cent rn;e. wi ich is barred
by their prt-sei.t ent rate.
Pallas plants hi- declu-r.i. supply much
of the territorv In question at a TO-cent
rate. The visitor expressed the opinion
that the South in Ia- f t.- Railway com-
pany will have no objection to hauling
cement fmm Kl raso to Houston at the
SPURLIN WANTS TO BUILD.
In New York Seeking Finances for Pro-
posed Line From Beaumont to Waco.
John L. Spurlin of Hamilton. Texas la
In New York seeking to finance a pro-
posed new line from Beaumont to Waco
Texas. 225 miles He Intends to build a
brar.cn northwest from a. pint on the
Trinity river n Ieon county to Oor-
sicana seventy-five miles Mr. purlin
is negotiating l'-r a lease of a stretrh of
the Frisco iron. Beaumont to Sour l.ake
and to Saratoga and wants to buy a
part of the Santa Ke from Saratoga to
Hraff. Ho is seeking to get trackage
privileges over tbe Beaumont and ireat
Northern fr m Kiv ngston to Weld. n
fifty miles and if successful will build
n from that point to Mart thirty-five
C. K. I
haw gone on a
.T.U. Phristlan general freight agent
cf the Sunset Central lines. Is in Si.
L-juls attending to business matters.
John Morrow traveling passenger agent
of the W-een and Crescent at Ia.ls spent
esierday attending to business in Hous-
ton 3. K Marnney commercial agent of
th Trinity and Brazos Valley at Corsi-
cana was in triis city In the Interest of
business matters yesterday.
SERVaOTS HOUSE DAMAGED.
Two Large Frame Apartment Houses
The double two-story frame servant
house situated tn the rear of the two
large three-story' frame apartment houses
fronting on McKInney avenue between
Fannin and Main streets was badly
damaged by fire of unknown origin about
IS o'clock last night.
When the fire was discovered th spr-
vant house was a mass of flame-s. It
was with difficulty that th rirem n
managed to prevent the flames from
spreading to t ! frame apartments on.y
a few feet away.
The Are started in the side of the ser-
vant house wnich was unoccupi-d and
when it was discovered by Wiiile Thomas
a negro who was occupying the oth.-r
side the flames were spreading skyward.
For Neuralgia nothin; ia
Used by thouaande
for a (eaeratlen
Those who have gartered from
neuralgic pains need not be told
how necessary it it to secure re-
lief. Tbe easiest way out of
neuralgia is to use Dr. Miles'
Anti-Pain Pills. Thejr have re-
lieved sufferers for so many
years that they have become a
"I have taken Dr. Miles' Antl-Fatn
Pills tor five years anal they are the
only thing that does me any food.
They have relieved neuralgia In my
head In fifteen mmatee. I have aim
taken them for rhawaiatlsm head-
ache pains lo the breast toothache
earache and pains In the bowels and
Ibaba I have found nothing to
equal therm and they are all that Is
rlslmed for them."
J. W. HEDGE Bles Spring. Ma
At sJ druggists flS doses 29 cents.
Never sold m bulk. i
BHIn MafDrOAi. OO. Ilkhart lad.
V J Patn PHI
V TaaRa It
Believed Railroads Will Co
test Recent Decision.
If No Protest Is Made Traffic Men
Will Have Busy Time Chang
ing the Tariffs to
The decision of
which wb made pn
commerce commi t
source of con.der:il
the Houston East
i 1 . Shreveport case
hhe hy the Interstate
m: Sunday was the
e comment in traffic
The decision orders
in.i West Texas the
r-1 the Katy from
l jobbing centers
t-t'to territory lower
: c eport when the
- u. ithln the same
- : ' r .
. -.1 d who would dls-
e case or commit
U was generally
i!r a ls have a great
; changing the tar-
n t :v with ihe order.
that the railroads
-e t.) the commerce
Texas and Paelf;
making rates from l
to the Kast Texas t
than those from '
trade territory eo;; -radius
of the two
While few were i-
cuss the merits oi
themselves In anv w
agreed that the r.ii:
work ahead of them
tffs should they en
It is believed by son
will appeal the c;t
The Houston Kas
the only line Invoh-
Houston but It
an expression fro:;s
that I'-ad on acco
frtim the city
triur.aiTPr. being v.
Chr.stiar. generdl f:t
The Houston F!a
t"oiv an active part
lien ring was hehi. .i
cup cf the priii'.-. I
This case is one
no to railroad nu :
citi3en slr.ee It ;n
tlonal .juesclons as
vrs A number of
pressed the opinion
fo Federal official
the r.;lus of the
that the question wi
a: last by the supr
the sweeping scope
t he general division
tnl West Texas Is
'. having offices in
Impossible to get
t e traffic men uf
of their aiwence
K Duulup. traffic
t f.-rnia. and J. R.
agent being In
aid West Teias
i e fight when the
U Christian being
v itn esses
ich is of Interest
r. y but to every
I . s some constitu-
ted as traffic inat-r-.ns
w In the decision
: ; .i 1 e n croa c h ed on
:i:e It is probable
. ave to he decided
rourt In view of
tne decision and
f opinion as to Us
News of the City
Sunrise Easter Service.
The First Metho.
l.a. planned a unit;
morning at suntist
Haraca room of the
Mi-tlaughev of tl
irvU'e fnr Kaster
gien Ui the
i'Ii. Miss Hester
make the ad-
dress fur this
occa- 'n. and there will
h. fecial solos by Alolse I'eckin-
paui;!i and Kenneth M t F'ollowinit tl.e
sunrise Bervice a hrr.
st tvill be served
in the banquet room
whir1: every person
qu-sted to go after
Sunday school. Tl. -promptly
at :30 nl.
pie "f ti e city are .
to attend tnis sen
Miss Fannie Ooldb.
mally Saturday aft-
her c-'Usln and guest
of liallettsvllle Tex..
Large bowls of i .
floral adornment o'
at.u tu earn guest
' the churrh. after
-vsnt will be re-ii-
w member for
:er. i-'O will begin
The young ieo-
y cordially invited
P rty .
In honor of
Miss Carrie Stelner.
sies supplied the
Ke hostess' home
presented a eor-
sage bouuuet of t..
am and cake wore served during the
afternoon and th- present Included:
Mesdames Ye'la r ei ties t'harles Iee and
A. OoKi lerg i-ses .Carr:e Stelner
Ulaneh l ee Yill.i . Wllner. Eva t'ross H.
Sehlom. Ktta L' :nan Louise Steintiarh
Wolfie Sohuruar': r and Sophia Lepper.
Not a Vice President.
On llirch 20 Ti e Poet published a dis-
patch from Lak claries. La. chronicling
a metMng to e held for orgunlzing a
banking and tr-;st company In which It
tus sta:ed J 11 Hritfht. "vice president"
of the I'ommentHl Trust company of
llousto:. wou.l attend. Mr. llrir.t de-
sires a -orrt ctH.p.. staling that ii.- is not
i vice r-resid'-nt ff tlie Continental and
has no part in the organization of the
compar'- refened lo except that he may
take soi. e of the stuck.
Evangelist Burns' Meetings.
Very 1 irge audience gathered at both
the moni'ng and evening servlcea at the
Oak Lawn L angelical church on Sunday.
At the n. -rr.ing service a most inspiring
message '-vas given from the text "Am I
My BrotN r's Keeiier?" The meeting was
a contlni ation o-t' the series on tnelife
of Christ Meetings will be held every
night this we-k at 8 o'clock excepting
Saturday. A cordial Invitation is extend-
ed lo all.
Released From Cuatody.
Following an investigation by the grand
Jury Lew Keller was on yesterday re-
leased from custody. He was arrested
about two weeks ago on a charge of hav-
ing stolen a g'-ld stickpin but the grand
jury did ret indict him and he was or-
dered releasefi from Jail. Mr. Keller rie-
t.les having stolen the stick pin and re-
quested that a statement as given above
Naturalization Blanks Here.
The clerk -f the Federal court has re-
ceived a su;;ly f blanks from the nat-
uralization ieparnient In Washington
I' c and is prepared to file the peti-
tions of all persons desiring to become
litizens rf the I'nlted States. Yesterday
the petitions cf about a dozen aliens were
filed and will be heard with the balance
of the petlti'Ts after expiration of ninety
Drug Store Sold.
The Hunt pharmacy 1618 McGowen
avenue was sold yesterday by the con-
stable's department under an execution.
The stock and fixtures were bought by
Henry Albre ht fr 1433 10. The execu-
tion was i-s:-l from Judge J. H. Crook -er's
One New Case One Death.
One new case and one death from the
disease were tlie developments during the
iast twenty-four hours In the meningitis
situation in Houston. The new case is
that of a while man residing on Mllby
street while tlie death was that of a
white child residing on the North side.
Stamps Were Stolen.
The Texas Jiemurrage company with
offices over the Postal Telegraph com-
pany room No. 3 reported to Chief of
Detectives 8mlih yesterday that during
Sunday night the office was entered and
about tlO worth of 1 and 2-cent stamps
stolen. Officers are working on the case
Alleged Violation of Pool Hall Law.
J. W. Sparks proprietor of a pool hall
on Main street was arrested Sunday
morning by Officers Baker and Anderson
on a charge of violating the pool hall
law. It Is alleged that minors were al-
lowed to play pool in the" place.
Christ Church. Texas Avenue and Fan-
nin Street. Rev. J. L. Gross pastor of
the First Baptist church will be the
speaker at the midday Lenten service at
U 30 p. m. today. All are cordially In-
vited to attend these services.
Releaaed on Bond.
J. D. O'Flel and David O'Ftel were yes-
terday released on bond pending trial of
their eases. The brothers were arrest sd
Sunday night J a Q'Ftel on warrant
SKIN ON HAND BROKE
N DEEP CRACKS
Bled and Very Painful. Would Throb
and Burn. Could Not Sleep. Hand
Swollen and Stiff. Used Box of
Guticura Ointment with Cuticura
Soap. Hand Well Cracks Healed.
Litchfield. Me. " About a year ago I
yan to hare trouble with my right hand.
whole inside of the hand began to crack.
a akffl was dry. thick and hard aad then
ke out In deep cracks which band aad
) very painful. They would throb and
1 me and burn so that I eouU not sleep
V The flesh was a peculiar red color
e hand was swollen and felt stiff.
tr an months I tried a great many
t remedies but none of them did any
Finally I commenced using Cuticura
"yl Cuticura Ointment. From the very
tarVud it was helping me. The cracks
njran to Deal and before I had used
one. V the Cuticura Ointment together
WJ "uticura Soap my hand was well
the cf heaiHl md the akin soft as
beore- trouble began oil months have
P" I hare bad no return." (Signed)
Norten Nov. 21 1911.
GIRL 02 CURED OF PIMPLES
Dover v.. N g "When I was about
twelve r iVn mJ (tee broke out with
pimples. Thw ( groups end caused
great diangutnt UUt m naT
remedies HH success I asw the Cuticura
Ointment adv-j ud t Knt for a box.
great change in my face
and it rendereo-o cure Now you
w " D' v!!. lhad pimples.- (Signed)
Mm Mabel Mort Mar j 191
Cuticura SoatVj rt 'are sold
-?!7b.fr- of each mailed free
with 32-p. boo . Ha -rHLr.
shave with Cu
p Sharing Stick
Who lines to have j
Malaria weakens the anil wh..
eyer type of disease pr3J L". t .h- time
you are liable to take !L s " -ne Um
In an Antimalarial Anitlrt
l..lirn and can m
Mrs. U Cline Emorj'. T-
"I have used Kucatine In irl
a nlimber of years and I
recommend It for all mala
sea sea. "
TOLL LIXX 01 STOCK
MADE TO OKDEM-MOUt BETm av
Loose Leaf Ledge)
211 FANNIH STREET
charging him with assaulting Attorney
Recovering from Meningitis.
J H Cload 2019 Walker avenue
has been confined to his bed for the
past week with meningitis. Is Improving
and expects to be out In a few days.
Married In Houston.
A. F. Gibbons of Louisville Ky. and
Mrs. A'crda Iloyd were united In mar-
riage at 7:30 o'clock yesterday afternoon
by Justice of the Peace E. H. Vasnier.
They nil! make their home in Dallas.
Roof Was Damaged.
The fire department was called to 1504
Hardy street occupied by Mrs. J. G.
Jennings at 10:t5 o'clock yesterday
morning to extinguish a roof fire caused
by sparks from a flue.
MRS. P. J. WIIIIS DEAD.
Formerly Resided in Galveston.
Died in St. Louis.
W. C. Willis of Houston received a
telefilm yesterday fmm St. Louis an-
nouncing tlie death of his mother Mrs.
I. J. Willis. Mrs. Willis resided for
many years in Culveston but had been
spending this winter In St. Louis In a
sanitarium. She was 4 years of age.
She was born in Missouri and was mar-
ried there but came to Galveston soon
after she was married She was a daugh-
ter of General Sterling I'rice of tSt.
Louis former Kovernor of that State.
She is nurvived bv her. husband a son
and a "laughter Mrs. Bryan Snyder
resides In Holers. Ark. Her husband la
one of the best known citizens of Gal-
veston. Me is a brother of Mrs. George
Scaly Mrs W. F. Ladd and Mrs. J. i.
Goldsmith of that city.
FANNIN SCHOOL CADETS
Presented Captain Druse With Lov-
The Fannin school cadets yesterday
afternooh presented their leader Prof.
C. H. DruBe with a beautiful loving cup.
The presentation speech was made by
Principal Jameson and the entire number
of cadets was present.
Prof. Druse is the teacher of manual
training at the Kannln school and has
been in charge of the cadets for some
time. The loving cup was presented as
a token of tho boys' appreciation of his
Superintendent Horn stated yesterday
that he wua of the opinion that the com-
pany of cadets was a splendid organiza-
tion and that he had endeavored to en-
courage them in every way possible.
NO WOKDS WASTED
A Swift Transformation Briefly
About food the following brief but em-
phatic letter from a Georgia woman goss
straight to the point and Is convincing.
"My frequent-attacks of indigestion and
palpitation of the heart culminated In a
sudden and desperate Illness from which
I arose enfeebled in mind and body. The
doctor advised me to live on cereals but
none of them agreed with me until 1
tried Grape-Nuts food and Postum.
"The more I used of them the more i
felt convinced that they were just what
I needed and In a short time they made
a different woman of me. My stomach
and heart troubles disappeared as If by
magic and my mind was restored and
la as clear as It ever was.
"I gained flesh and strength so rapidly
that my friends were astonished. Postum
and Grape-Nuts have benefited me so
greatly that I am glad to bear this testi-
mony. Name given by Postum Co.
Battle Creek Mich.
"There's a reason" and It Is explained
In tbe little book "The Koau to Well-
ville." In pkgs.
Ever read the above letter T A new
one appears from time to time. They
are genuine true and full of human Interest.
St. Louis Kansas City
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Cars Dining Cars
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trains) THE SUNSET MAIL.
TIME QUICKEST SERVICE NONE SUPERIOR
CITY TICKET OFFICE 909 FRANKLIN AVE.
SOUTHERN PACIFIC BUILDING.
TOM HOOD. C P. & T. A.
8TEAMSHIP TICKETS 60LD TO AND FROM EUROPE
Phones Preston 224 and 253
THE SCENIC ROUTE
CALL FOK FULL PARTICULARS
JO R. GREEN HILL C. P. A.
Phone Preston 293 904 Texas Avenue
WHEN YOU TRAVEL
Select a Route Famed for I fa Superior Train Service.
T. & B. W.
"THE SHORT LINE"
Is the Best to
DALLAS AND FO&T WORTH
Tra Leava M.w Daioa Slat lea 10 a. a. 1 1:13 p. m. Station ia the Heart el Ike Citr
ELECTRIC LIGHTED 8LEEPERS.
PhoneWaton 458. E. J. PETERS C. P. A T. A. 619 Main 8t.
"THE QUICKEST WAY"
AND BAGGAGE LINES
service to and
THE TEXAS LINE
Galveston to Nevr York
BRAZOS SAN JACINTO ISNTEB
Hall Everr Wedaei
sal Dags alao a Betarsara callfc
It Bar WM
aaaae tout merracioe earij i
sa wcai rau-
J. F. Yale Commercial Agt.Mouaten Tex.
F. T. Rennle Oen'l Agt. Olveston Tex.
THE PDRDY SANIURIUM
1514 Ovid St. Houat.a Tax.
A secluded heme for the fsatment of
Drug Addictions and Arahollsm.
Phone Preston 313.
Houston Office 414 1- Fannin.
FsraAte. That s where
Kne falls down shows
Toin the condition of
j oi political preferment.
I Quickest and k.t
I hotels andy
R. E. EAGON I
I Texaa and 8-nii
I 4pt I
LEAVES 10:35 A. M.
TO APRIL 13
from all points. Baggage checked from
sidencea to be delivered to any address In Galveston
neral Manager. J. B. FARLEY General Agent.
Phones Preston 416 A 4353.
"THE SUNDAY WAY"
G. H. & He R. Re
Schedule of Trains Sundays
GRAND CENTRM. DEPOT:
(:00 am. 1:30 pm. 4.50 pm 8:35 prrv.
I. A G. N CONGRESS ST DEPOT.
4:05 am. 9:10 am 9:40 am-1:40 pm
5:00 pm. and 8:45 pm.
Lata 8peclal Returning 10:30 pm.
ROUND TRIP - $1.00
Wells Fargo & Co. Express
Money Order Offices in the City:
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DR. TRASKs Specialist i
1S SIM Slag. v r Heuston Texaa
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