The Houston Post. (Houston, Tex.), Vol. 24, Ed. 1 Sunday, March 7, 1909 Page: 3 of 56
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x Second Court of jlpp!!aU..:t.(.t
ORT WORTIt Tuu. Mareh .J-Thl
following aroeeedlngs were' h d today In I
: ths court of olvll appeals for the- SeeonJ
uprstas Judicial elstrlet: . Vi t ; .y t
Motions aubmltte:A-nee-jolt et al
. Zaoa CetU el Al tor reheaiinc; Teae
and Pacific Railway va George QraCf at
at for rahsarlng ) Etta j H. Daniel." va.
Uodwm Woodmen et AAiarlca fair rehear-
y taf i 4. O. TVrtht v. Hartford Flra Iff
: Mance Company for'.' rehearing;' ToVal
and faclfio KaUway -yw.. Frank Koalkow
llkl.' for Yeheaiinar: L. B. Rutherford ra.
Mr.. U.JI. Oelncs at al .to dismiss ap
Ieei; j. Bi. ware vs. M. usra. 10 pose
ikkis sasmtuloni T. I Wren vs. J. A.
feoales at al for rehearing! B. A. GlbM va
. . Bajaaei ai tor ren
ollone overruled I. W
J.i A King for rehearl
ford W Beta Thomas at
Johnson Moreo va. O. P. Buchanan foe
I. -Wbiuell va.
ng; 'Frank Craw-
al tor rehearing;-
rehearing: Amarlllo National
Tanuloo' National Bank.- for rehearing.
alodonl granted: J. B. Wire v M. I
Clark' to postpone; " submission; A. L
Baldwin . va. h B. 8e)f at all. to require
; clerk to Issue Jnandata eithont payment
t oosts. " "-S...-.' vT. "
Cau affirmed t "Taxr and: PacMla
. hallway vs. Xionarbotham Sena from
Nolan; Texas and Paclflo Railway va. B.
B. Bullard from Noan; Texas and Pa-
elf to Railway va Mrs. Julia Barber from
' Nolan; B. Ai Blanton at al var C. IB.
: Oakea at al (ram-Hartley. . . . . '
f Reversed .and rendered: 'C. HI. Bur-
: . dick va. 8. H.- Hale from Young. v
-Reversed and remanded. Frank' Pohle
. va. J.. U Robertson at al from Howard.. J
Ta. ft U Clark from Boaque. '
Babmltted.v U EL Rutbarford va. Vte.
M. B. Oalnea at al from Comanche; The
. R. Blaledell. Jr Co.Tva. N. H.'AnderaoL
from Tarrant; R. fl. Allen .v!" Frank
' FTeck.' from Wichita; lthanr Company
! ra. -J. M. .' Dadford Oroeary Company
" from Eaatland; . Mlaiouri. Kanaaa and
Tezaa Railway va.. J. C. Alnsworth' irom
HltchelL- . 1
1 - Caaea aet down for ubmlaalon: Charley
; Oabhart " va. J. -J. Johnaon; from Co-
manche; P. C. Warcle va. . MeAlSater Ful
Company from Wichita; S. F. Long at
al va. .Conaumara - Light and ; Halin
- Comcany. from Tarrant: Fort ' Worth
and Rio Oramle Railway va. taOe M-.
KODertaon irom i arrant; co vrotnara
' va. BeUman- Kallnhauaer .4Jo. from
Kaatlandl L. A'. Bedford va. Hamilton
"Brown Shoe Company from EaatktW
VL la ordered by -the court that irom
and after ' this data agreements -of parties
and their counsel to postpone submission
of eases will not be recognised
good cauiM) being shown.
Fifth Court of Appf&b.
V. ffsusfM Posi Srcvtak) r J
' DALLAS Texas Marih i. The follow-
. . tag proceedings were had in fhe court ot
nvu appeals ior tne i mn supreme iju-
dlcUl district; .
Affirmed. Missouri Kansas and Tezaa
Railway va Ellen Williams at al from
OraysonT " -
.. Reversed and remanded;' Missouri
nwa oiu ivMM nttiiwuy va. J. ffi
. Roaers. from Ortnun: Mlsaonri vn.
and Texas Railway vs. Willis from
Bottiea and dismissed by agreement:
Wiley Patten et al vs. W. H. Parten at
al. from Ellla
Motlona disposed of;' Texas and Paclflo
taiiway vs. it. m. tuck rehearing over-
ruled; HQ Louis and San Kranclsco Rail-
way vs. Miner Bros et al rehearing
overruled : General Electric Company vs.
J. W. Hockadav. rehearlnr. overruled: IX
J. Anderson vs. aaey-tjwaay Company
iu wiiuHu.naumflni oi lacis sueiatnea:
Andrew Avres vs. ' Missouri. Kinu. mna
Testas Railway -rehearing -overruled ; 1
Misaoun M.ansas ana lexaa Hallway vs.
Hull County Cotton On Company rein-
state causa framed: U. kL iaabaMon vu
Tint State Bank rebM ring sustained and -
transcript from juatlo S court made part
. pi ane Fseora; uaitaa naoiiaataa asne-
trie street Railway vs. State of Texaa at
al. to advance sustained and 'cause aet
. aww-ior" atunmmi..'Msan:;;.w.'
Casea;snbmltted S. J. hassle at-al vs.
C. W. Massla from Collin; St. Louis'
Soathwastern- Railway vs. R C-Clayton
front Iffendedrsob:. Mimouri. Kanaaa and
Texas Railway va Hill County Cotton
asii vompany irom mu; napia iTansu
uompanr va t. u. Eawarna cram L)al-
- las: Dallas Consolidated Electric Street
-Railway vs. T. W. Barnes from Dallas;
Miasourl Kansas and Texaa Railway va
i A. W. Davis from Hunt; Missouri Kan-
sasxand Texas Railway vs. B. W. Indor
from Hunt; First ' National Bank of
S - Stephen vllle vs. Pearl W. Thomas et al.
K i ' from Delta: i. S. Maxfleld vs. .Texaa and
-V ' Pacific Railway from Van Zandt.-
'...-' Cases set down for submission March"
o: Floresvjlle Oil and Manufacturing
Company va Texas Refining Company.
from Huntr Oreenville Water Company
va. -8. A. Beckham from Hunt; A. P.
. : Boasoha vs. Texaa Central Railroad from
VJv Hill; R. B. Morrison vs. Texas Cehtral
Railroad from Hill; Nannie Griffin va
:V- i Jean Griffin from Hill; ' Southwestern
Telegraph and Telephone Company va.
a. u xayiuri srom Aains
tndlc saga relates .how the Norwe-
hero Frlthjof not only traced Verses
the polinhed mirror but also he out
' SKATES AEE 3000 YEAE3 OLD.
Figure Skating Among the Ancient
i Norwegian Heroes.
A (From tne London Globe.) ' s
Phe English chronicler has' recorded
that he youth ot La don -In- the twelfth
century understood the art of flying over
t the Ice like birds In the air; but tne or-
: igln of skating Is far more ancient. An
the dear name of Ingebord
Skates have been discovered near Span-
dau In Germany which those competent
tor express an opinion attribute to pe-
. rlod df. 3000 years ago. These skates-were
made from bones of horses figured and
perforated to attach to the sandar. 81m-'
liar skates have been' found at Moor-
flelds In Flnibury. and like discoveries
have been made in Berlin In the bed of
. the Spree. 1 .
These and similar discoveries we learn
enable the authorities to conclude that
the European-Ice ared In prehistoric
: tlm extended . from ftnt&t.. Rrll aln to..
: Finland and from Norway .to Hungary. I
THREW SIGSAL BOOK INTO SEA
Loss Would Have Caused Complete
y Bevision of English Code.
(HoHjn Ptt CMnrat.
IVONDON. TeVch .-Whlle the channel
fleet was anchored at Torbay recently a
afBualman on the cruiser Diamond sudv
danly became Insane and threw a .confl-'
dentlal signal book In Its leaden case; Into
1 the asa. ' . '' . -IJV
- News of the loss wa Vept as secret if
possible an' when the other ships left
on the following 1 day the Diamond re-
mained behind. Divers were sent for -from
Portland but '. until they reached
Torbay they were not aware of the . ob-
ject of their visit. I .
Although their work was carried out
under oircumstanoea of a rest difficulty
the missing book was recovered. .Its. loss "I
w u u . m ' . ..... uw. .U' Vll MIVH V 1.
complete oode. ;m. -. . j j
LOVE SCEITEBKOTE TO KTODEft
Husband Couldnt See Prof essed Af-.
iecuon i or umeri on &iage. .
s s ' '.v ' (Hsiuhia Past CtbUtnm. . '"?.
BBW3RADE Jdaroh f.-Tha prettlaat
.i ef Belgrade 'actresses (Sort's' PremovtteU
; 'was stabbed to the heart-by her husband
1 the ether day as she was putting the fla-
: lehtng touches to ber toilet far the avea-.
. lng'b.tpresontaHon tn the theater.' I
Premovltch who hothlmaeirhdlfvatS i
hour later lert a letter explaining that
- be could no lasfeey brook the love erones
on the atssw in which his wife professed
- affection for another man and submitted
! ta Mi mo races ho wroie: - j
"Had her 'aoosata been less eohvfjielng"'
. her-tslent -less developed: r should not
have been driven to court death for bot
rather thaa Jier oentlnuad saccese"' -
Hicks'' CAfUDlN Cures lok Meadaahel
: Aleo Nervous Jfesdaehe Trsvetters Hesdschf-
nd seMs from (rfia Stomach Treacles er !
- n ' ''a Try Capudine-r-its Uqujdcel.
J .....-!. SoS4 by oiuv ... x
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. ?lass tomorrow vMonday
I-.. uiL. fvL" i i-t; hit 1 1 a- l ij" v-"li "jl r
epression-iot: our appreciation pr ypuryisit we otter special
icemehteun the way 'Oiiunusuallyilowprices on seasonable garments.
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in v-a jltk i i. - i - Mil.' i. -i
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ft it - .!- ' - imi v "m. - -t a i i "(i . r i i . -' i v.. . tt it
II. "VU "WKk fJ I X t J ' Wl I I
Ill a . TV I . I !- f . ' Jt.'w .- . .. !..-
ft! 1 H m 1 a Ww''. ?
; I it . i 11 12 .-fi v- if4 - ....
7 Hill few I 0$ i - - L
- -; ; 11 mm -it 'f ?: r itamt
' Vim r. t : 1 ivi a i v.- .
Ml -fei .:; w ii Vi X MA
- kbi t -. wilMT .
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of Parisian types to mtjividuar taste such' a wbnrieriul
range of picturesque styles that the collection is beyond.
Especially attractive and individual are bur lovely '
'Ostrich Plumed Hats peculiarly adapted for wearing with
lingerie ownsnow' so much in vogue and priced for
Upening Days at
$25.00 and $35.00
Beautiful Silk Dresses
For $22M and $25.00 1
" - ; j 'aA'' s sxV'i
On oar Openibg Caysyoo have an opportunity ta bay a really
pretty attractivf t good looking Sflk ' Drisr in th. newest mode and
in one of the smart new colon at a very- small price 1 a price '
entirely out of the ordinary. .' 0n LuadreJ an A ' fifty bf 'tbeae J
lovely gown colored in the chosen tue of the season some
strfped some in soft plaids made of dainty foulards chiffon
taffetas and clinging messalinesv v They are in one-piece models with
folded t'ir'dle and all the dainty embellishments that arc .in .voStuc
K. in the way of yokes' sleeves and eollarat ? These are ral. $30.00.'
I e90 ca - j 9e nn 1 ' -" ' ' - ' -
u&.ju ina s.w values. 1 . j
Priced at $22.50 and $25.00 1
Every possible style ""tJea. io Skrta in - this department. JIighN
it ci'. i .i i i ' i nr t -t c . . r .
uiraie wKirts ibks tne jeaa ' vre nave tnem in inooue wneivv
Duribg our Opening Day w oner handsome $10 Skirt of Chiffon
Panama trimmed in folds straps and-tsilored w- t k p'
buttons. These come in brown navy and Vf Vy
black. Openinp'rice .J. U. . .V... tPitX M
' " ' ' ' V ' - SM
Attractive serviceable7 Chiffon
Panamas at the very low prices
$17.50 and $22.50 .
Beautiful high grade Skirts of .
' imported fancy materials atthe
.n $22.50 .i'.V.v?
r Elegant Altinaa Voiles in. exclusive styles 'at r''V
525.00; J27.50 and J29.50 V"C
'.White Lingerie Mll Waists!;:with dainty designs embroidered in"
colors bands of tucking krig sleeves and high collars Other "models
with laeeVnd embroidery fronts. Every late accessory that creates.
correct style. You would readily pay $1.75' 12.00
suid $2.50 for these' garments. -We give! them
Besides 'of course there are Waists in every approved i90SK'mfeY
tailored and lingerie. Priced moderately.
Women who talue. the convenience and tomfort of ready-for-9ertP
a . via'. ' il . ' . ' " . eavaai ''-.-A
ice Underwear wiu appreciate me excellence oiour garments me ;:
trend of the times is toward "combinations. We have them in r ;
limitless variety at prices consistentiWith good merchandise' These t
-nm in thr i-rH-st rrtvf r and dnwminwl mm ''
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Baurt conaaii vuvcr auiu uisnno stuu aa.it
Prkes98c $1.25 $t.98 J3.50 :
. t j.ytf and 7U.iv
'I H if JVlTHTIf fi xtended-tp' the ladies on r'attendance upon" the i conventionrot the' Wood '
r M11: 1 'Vtf men'of the World to'male Ueir downtown headauarter. in W Women V
vDebartmenL on the second floor. A. resT room haii been nrovided lof their 'comfort and we extend to
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' them the privilegw ot our layaJtories and; dressing .topmsXMf
The Short Kimonos
is' BNvdsk of tha-Flowery Kingdom- would revel.
Even the besuteous
in. these detihjful' egljgeest In white in dotted designs. in figures
; with ruffled collars; io coIlitlesssty!e.with solid ' borderswith
' lace and ribbon finish" f vVrycoeceiVable fancy- ;vty ti
- ' ' " - j -m iV'. '. s 'a et at ' '
of the remtainrf rir it iouol btrt V -f rwet are
a wide raWeaatstyIes58ft5 $U9p to ; VjCJ C t v.
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