The Houston Post. (Houston, Tex.), Vol. 23, Ed. 1 Thursday, January 9, 1908 Page: 4 of 16
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HOUSTON JO AILY POST; CTUPI? AT ; JIQW&TOG.. JAOTT9i9Q8
THE LIGHT GUARD
AonuaJ Meeting of the Crack Military
Organization of the South.
; Harvey T. D. Wilson Wants Qfficc
' Building on Old Site.
HE GIVES HIS REASONS
An ITp-to-Date Opera House Would
Cost Too Much ami Anything Less
I Would Not Be Satisfactory
to the People.
It Is yet to be d-trnviivM w
tO be an opera house r-ii
Of the formr Hmiu.'n in.v
plans are being drawn (!
- the nature of an i ri I'
The Insurance con;; i .:.-s ..n
policies for 5o h. l.i ..f th.
money has hfen pa -r. iu-
numey is pledg. i f-r tw . r.-
fcuildlog or with the building
to thefecurlty nf the hind is
i.-r ih-r. i
' 11 1 he sit"
vetM 1 tlt
Ital Stork of Ho II .. !mi Tueat. r rouip.iny
1 $100000. of wI.h'.i :iiiioi.:it Harvey T IV
Wilson U a t; ir r. Mi U Prince
'.fOWBB the re ma rd i Trds c nip.i:;. lmo it-
ftandlng a -bond js-uh f low.onn. Mr wiion
iioiairlK HU.XU r the s.mdx an.l jomi-thlnn
In th nelKhborl.no.l of .V)..Tin h..rc li.-l"! ! full.. In von unit In furlal ( iireslim nho-
I)vm Han-ell of AurUn. The trusioe of 1I1U I lt.' .nmmaml i t aim- iuu linn to merlto-
iHir lRUe IR Lwis T Hun.-. . K "f A:it!n. I rl"';s .nik
ihe terms of the hn. is-ui ornvM.- th.it
lh truitee ho!l he (on.'iltej In the niKl'.-r
Of rebuilding In ( .-v.rit of a fire. nr-.l r n
ftltvr will drpn4 .1 (treat .leal 0:1 11.1t M:
2iancock may hhv
Harvey T. P. wilwn nppo--i t the re-
building of th theater on the l-'viini:) 3i'-et
Side Of the Imr.erl atrjeturf. 1 tonstl-r
MK property too valuable for th! . lasn of
mama- ne raio yeHtertta ar. t im
building la an opera houie it will he "r rw
proteat. I am convinced that t- 11. i. v ii
Dot be aatUflerl wlih a theai-r I 1 hing 1 i . 1
ta Mything lews than the nr-Kt -noiiern h:i1
vp-to-date. with all the aptMJiiitiinMii.4 ..m-
veolaaeea rlecnrations. -f f.-. 1 1- 1 . f t
moat .modern thnatrleal .-oimtt 1. t.i.n ;m.l
auote ft house will ro.t a Kr-af 1 more
moaey than wilt pay as an Invent Timt In
Houston on thai binlOliiK .site. v
hi pill I
ub a theater that wiAihl h a 11 mux
ment but tt would lie eontlnuallv Vi 1 .. isit
of public crttlelnni Whether tin- puo:i lm. I
the fight to rrltli-lse or nhefliei t i.l.
It does It. and 1 don't want in 1 fi.-1 ainl 1
dlacuaaed all the time hv n-w-piii.r. p.it
rona and hanRers-on. hei niiee 01. p- 1.1 ho;jse j
. ' building In which I am Interested I not up '
to the Standard fixed by the wii.". r.n wh i J
eerlt only from a cushioned chil: In iiv 1
dress-circle and that hut axionallt It '
would be well to hu ld a theater on orie .
Other "Street where the proierty is not k 1 1
valuable and It could then lm mure of 1
think the proper thing Ik to erect a '
commercial building on the ti. 1 w 1 run i
It high up In the ajr would cut an aly 1
through from Cnnsrwi aveine to i riiton. 1
wouldPUt In an arcade with pr'Mn rivil. hihI
make It an attrnntlve p.i -. v. . in.l kki1
mceea with the old hull Imc - c.i-n-
merctal standpoint. The ofu-. s 1 the imild- i
inf brought Us a revenue 'hat v .er i..l
Isfactory and with a rrore mod. n ::. up-to-date
bulMIng than we did h v . . a:i
keep pace with the Krowlh of iimin'on ..11 i
ran have a commercial proposition that ii!l I
live longer than we do and he a I ifti;
In In an eamliiR on the nmin.ni : . t.i
"II we gO; again Into the ther. t 1. 1 .-i !... I
W Will have the highest Innn in. 1. p. v. .
as all theaters do. Yet we did Imm . ir
building down. The fire did in.t Man tih ;
us. It started near us and hiirmd t.. .is 1
don't Want to build a theater nn.s I .-an '
get Off Somewhere and put a twenty fe f. .t 1
alley iaround the house.''
Mr. Wilson explained that H e . Hff.
regarding what should he hum on the .. 1
site were not a matter or Motion !.!.. 1
the Owners. "It h&a pettled down 1.. ..
tton of pencil and paper. " he su.i 11
depends on which can make ihi i..st H. .w
Ing for future earnh:Kp We ar.- i-stiin limn
what our various plana will tot n. 1 . th.
long run and the man who i.m n nk ( ..
bflet money showing can have ins .!.
" "1 i; '
v.. flOJrt'S "A Texas Steer" has snr
shadow of Its former self All! i;l
are Clever and Its situations ! 1 1 1 1 .
hfte reached that unlntereci t: no
when K la too old to be novel .m.l t
to be dignified by a revival I
r: There is a reason why
Grape-Mu1s should correct
g': weak physical or a
Sluggish menial condition.
The food is highly nutritious
and is pre-dijf ested so that
It helps the digestive organs
to assimilate other food.
1 It is also rich in the "vital
: phosphates" that go directly
to make up Ihe delicate gray
matter of brain and nerve
centers. Read "The Road
to Wdlvirie." in pkgs.
Try them for lunch
and you will have them
The most nutritious
staple made from wheat.
CIn moisture and
dust proof packages
NATIONAL BISCUIT COMPANY
a revival ever tHkes place. H wi" re
vlved with eclat I nt :1 that happy day. peace
be to Its u sh-s. The present company Is
riot one to assist on that felicitous occasion
on the cor t rsry they edit the jokes Into
about as 11 nip a MhU as the Jokes permit.
Sue h consistent mediocrit y is sHdom wit-
nessed. Sat urday afternoon and evening V. U.
Pat ion piays The Slow J-'oke '
At the Majestic.
Everybody Is luwghlng at George V Stew-
art who is t"lliri(i ome new stories t the
M;i.i'-stl-- tin at.-r this w.--k. A oi iKtnaht y
crrnts fur everything on the vaude illu
stiiri' iSit-wart find i.o tmubh- In making hi-
ht.irers iHi.gh (t rver t lung he dues ulid
.si.vc is original and of rt.- sp -ntaneiix kind
hut make b-s .ict so hit r.M ing y the ffvt
that h. tiot stl k . !'bt-ly to mmmlng-
Imiim lull ii vjates just enough to give .1
t l"n " of r-.iUrtt t" his h ppeat M ncf l-V
ilt.J.i: ir.K stenlilU at vl:lsti He Ji..s this
d ioi p.ii i hat It has won fr lnni t oe
p-itl -f l ;ii t . "i ii1 nut n who Iliad tl. Mis.i
H pi fano'its
M- ;! "iirnt- Mat 1 im.H and M:ss 'frf?uil i
rnvv " v strott are scoring a nuccess with
K'r.ai I.os-.n ' and ttie s: . m can )
"l the five i 7linnMnn ? in their musical
... . "A HP of I -. icn i 'liina "' IVn I..-n -ij"
i is -i.-w. tr.t-"t hunts ui W.y. c! iii ra
j h i i ii 1 1 1 1 1 s of sf fiK- men. and Arthur his-
tn. ;ti i i otnpnny present a rnni-.1v juKim
t i:Iu ird l!ei-fi is a wensatior.a.1 acr -J-al.
At the Lyric.
In: vfn (Illumine offers a hmR list nf
lni!li'!t'jri.s of well known thcat rh al stars ;
hlv v:l tf. it-clud- lrvl: k. Hooth. Mnsfied.
iMti l.il. Vt i Mai.teM. Warfleld. Jffrson.
S..;h. ir r.-ir!. I..-..
Knt- The Wlu." r
Kolmon. Kern ml una
n !i;tti Uila list tii.ll-
rx;itiiny an artisi must
mil s. ihowss whul
D KKru . nIIrs.nair' ail of them nucrmi
I 1 ll I . X ' ' ' . I .'I s M'rs it
lie I -pat; o: tlieir w.rk. pat i U'lliariy tlie
hii.iiii . : iKl.ti'il i..tlli wole mii..U
I . . .. -.;' Br-!t. '. Tl.elr K" it are I
Wa: ' Sou.. . ti- l i ' are for M". She w is
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In I . ' ei 1 1 1 'i I' . I; nvtt.ile. 1 s.iiu Maiy
Mi n .10.0 Ims vot; ; he-ildes h.o nn tlo-
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the I to. I a. : : ... tl m.i k of ll o' I at ii. o las n
o' 1.::. II. 1 . Ios.iik fea- Ir. ta.- Ill il
n... la. ular
'I'.isl l.'.nne wa; the . . f f ' r I T ; K "f
Kotak W.i'i.r coniiiaii lawl ri Lihl at
ulttus.-loi 111 anj as often as In
I 1 in l as he 11 Riv. n II
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off- iii v win 1.. t 1 .- lm
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SKUNK IN A lihDR00A
RABID ANIMAL EITES THREE
MZMBLRS OF FAMILY.
Finally Dispatched With Shotgun and
Body Sent tn Pasteur Institute
(Weill " " Ml ! I
Kit I ' i;l' T. a- J.i:i:ur ' The
W M II;. . .. w ;.. s.oi.l s m-nt
(.' of tile town had all i-X- lllll
'. ilea inlir.K laal Iillil al.-lKliie
.-lit. r;.ii::ed i i mi en In Ihe out-
e en oonter Willi in i t. .us little
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a mliiHt b'li lie i iMiiit nf t ;ia t ea nil nation
l '.emu anxl'i;j aw.iite.l o. m. nfjjred
IliernbejH tif tiie Hayes f w f inly If lr )N
ufie.l that He- KKunk bad ii di ojihobia the
fj:;ei inembeiK w.ll li.ii t at i in . t- Aus-
tin for treatment
Wreck Injured Will Recover.
(.Iu"c iale i !'ress Hrf-nrt )
ATLANTA (ia. January 8 f the nearly
V) persons who received Injuries In the wreck
of the Collver special on the Southern rail-
way near Hiram. Ga. yesterday about a
score are still confined to hospitals In this
city and lt Is believed all will sventuail
Grand Officer of Locomotive Firemen
Is Against Cheaper Fares.
IT WILL AFFECT EMPLOYES
Railroads Can Not Buy Equipment Or-
dered by the Commission and Pay
High Salaries to the Men Who
Run the Trains.
Se-ntrM Vice rirand Mastri Timottiy Sha
nf Hi Brothnrhoorl of IxK'mntive Firemen
am! Knineers 1b still In the :ity meeting the
menitiprs of the order. He U u man of prai
ti. ul I'it-aa. derived from a wide experience
m railroading. covrliiR territory in various
partitions extending troin New J-rsey to the
Mlsslawppl rlvf r ) ntrted or twenty-
twe tara ago as a boy and wwkfd upward
step hy step unt 11 he has bet inie n-'tecl la
the railroad wurid nf workmen for his pemnd
vir-wn tin pructit'ai lsnues aurh a.i involve the
interest not ont of his nrder hnt otherp. and
the gtn.erai public a well.
He has heori bit king ijuite earnestly intc. the
prnp sition to redur In Texas pat nger
rate trom 3 to i'-j ents a mile
hen asked what hts roiif.usions were he
Bp ke ery freely and to k onasion to state
that he was glad to see the ra.lroad workers
taking the right side of the question and
tl at. too penei tly tree of influence or even
suKReslh-n trnni thr lailway companies them-
.-ontintlt d ;
M :itt'iitinii has bepti called thmoKli the
pr of tins St: te t l.at t In- Texii rai-road
roinn.lssi' n will conene in the tiiy nf Aus-
tin on T -esday. Jani.-ny 1-t. I- i in purj-rtft
ol coi.sl'b i' ii. ti.- ail- sablllt of rd'i--!HR
p;tfc.s n r rates on rabroads from :( to
cents pel in le and also tn ht-.w argument in
oppfo-itli n or hi fiivor of any niatikte in i'.ts-&t'DKi-r
rates ii'.w In effeet
"1 hel e i .. i tl'' inniilmr.s the limlh- r-h-
nd nf lM'niin't i e I'lremen and Kiiki-nt en.
a well aa all other railway p-mp. "-. h..-;.tl
l.allie flint ii nv r(b:eMon In pas-i'-nyer
fi th- prpsent ttrrte would ius .-''n'-Msl v ;f
feet tt.f eariin.L-s nf t h- ra t r a thro iim it
tit St.ttc. to i.i-b an extent f::al it mny
pre en I a nd retard th- proposed Imp: n -n
cuts and lm rin.i(H f I lltirft which - be-
Hpc lire ne e.vary In order to meet the
(re:t liemai iIh vf:ich are da:l) heln iu;ide
i pin The ralirondfi by the pe pie of th'- 'ate
hi'.il Wldcll Is belli' a iithei 7-cfl by the c u:i
n .sion Hnelf. which i. p'.Men: hv iis fi-eiii
I i- mnnda n ord'TH. as state! ;r. ti.. pr ;
' t-oMlrtng thp ra r ad omparilcs to i n--i
; th. I: facilities ami piin'h.1s.- a ian;-- in nli-r
'! ciiptiiep at.d cars and o'her pen-rHl un
S pr- venierils niicpi tilim th'- phyplcttl ondl-
tions (.f said i'a road . wlileh will reu'iir-'
; n i.ho:is if doilais to .do so. whl Ii fund
I niuM nec-esf-ar.iv he raised by receipts .
; fieiyl.t and pa.---nx'-r irafflc. It will he i
I men hered that when the to iithIhsit -.smo'd
tl un or'b-iH to ruiri'l o:.f engine- and
i Hi's business was at i.s height but since
that time th.rc has le-.-n a general 'lpi'i's
i si n tn bnM 1 1 '. : r.d v. e find now a . our)! j
t r n iv hie h is that i a n x of the engines ;i re ;
hoi? ed awiy ai:'l i -! rs a re Mo red on side
tnii ks. We lope hoveer. this depression '
V. hiisineps In merelv tetnptrar and the tlrn ;
not far distant 'n the hoM'ties eondition i
f ti . ciMintiv vvi l :ii.-;iin reach the n r'nal
j I h.n :i Ki the 'jitert-Aits nf the employes j
i who perform the leap'oisible and hazard mi.
Iihitle are iiiiUy affected by any reduction j
In such rate- parlicMurly so at a tiin- when j
we 1 that the i n mp.-nsal ii in fi f such en j
1 pin; Ih not t'omniPitMiniti' with seri' es
perh. rmed. and at the srine- time too when
e milempiute within a very hort period i
f lime n aUing greater dema ds upon ttie
iniiroaiis or ih state ni iexa.s. tor increase
wauii. and lettr ci ndlttons of employ :nent.
1 l.-hsi I ne ninioi-f. n wh! ar I icnhi r ly con -s
d r t his phHf-e f I he fpiestloii. and bow
T !y the eniplnves would he nffe-tnd by
nrv redaction in the rates of passenger or
fright tl affle.
Tie nt tread employes of this country kn
n linn'' . peclal ma tier p'Thn ps t hnn any
other eniphjcs nhoidd receive m the fullest
no -ap u re the confidence ami support cf the
pubd' . and thev In return have h wetuhtv
i e ponslhtlit y for the liven (f the mlhlons of
pen pie who tin up n the railroads and
who me rotnrnitted In their ke'-p n through-
out the ye;ir. ;ind for this rrnson the general
public should show a greater Interest in pro-
rfioOun th-dr general welfare affording
K renter ( urit y to life and limb ami the
f ibest protection to their rights as working-
' The In t ores t a of the railroa1 employes
and their employer are to u great extent
Identical and we recognize tp ne-esslty of
co-ope rat in; and oppoHiriK to the fullest
measure any ;ltempt (in the part of the rall-
i ofid con. mission to rod u re the present
r.itea. which may nltiniHlely affect the fu-
ture pror pei It v and the wll being of t he
giat army nf radroiid employes Id the State
of T xas
'"lrie rail mail employes should join with
renmerrL'il bodies In protesting against t he
re(Iu. -tlo. In the present rates until such
time hh this State is populated to the same
or Mmf tar extent of Eastern States having
a ' w piissci: in t e. at di 'eh 1 1 me 1 be-
lieve the i.iKnads will voluntarily give the
public the benefit of lower rates as the con-
dition lutein Justify."
SOUTHERN PACIFIC SHIP AGROUND
Creole on Soft Mud Bar Admiral
lAis"Ciattl Prru Rtport.)
NEW OHLKANS. January . The Sonlh-
rn Pai'IMc pnKs.iiKfr steamer t'rftol. f.ir
N a- York wont fterilun(i tonight In the Cinlf
of Mexlrn Just oiitside the mould of lhi
MlRls8lipl rler. The Creole la nn a aofl
mini har where many steameia have heen
muck rtcentlv. and Is practl'-ally In no dan-
irer of any sort. Owing to the very small
tide at the river's mouth uteatners a.liiom Ket
ff thla bark hy Ihelr own power and the
I'reole'a offleera have wired to New Gr-
it ana for tiiK" '" draff her Into deep water."
The Cteole la the only American built tur-
bine Steamer and thta Is h.r seronil trip In
the New York-New Orlejina jervlco. 8hi
left here thin morning. Kaar .Admiral
Coghlan la on board.
SOME OF THE HISTORY
Were Many Viiiton and the Armory
Building la a Monument to Its
Efficiency Something of the
Heroes of War.
The members of th Houston Light Guard
bad an Interesting- and well attended meeting
In their armory last night. It was the an-
nual meeting and wai presided over by Cap-
tain Dallas J. Matthew. A feature of lt
was the report of Lieutenant Clark C. Wren
chairman of the committee to revise the con-
stitution and by-laws. It contained several
changes some of which were discussed but
all finally adopted. The changes were de-
cided Improvements upon some "of the old
One feature was the curtailment of the
eligibility of applicants for passive member-
ship. It Is now confined to married men
men over 30 years of age and those who
have served out an enlistment In the Texas
National Guard. Only these can enjoy the
privileges of the building with the library
the billiards pool and other games which
with the commodious rooms and luxurious
furnishings of a first-class club house. Th
report also approved of a standing commit-
tee of three members to pass upon applicants
for membership of the company to be ap-
pointed by the captain.
It laid spec ial stress uopn the rigid enforce-
ment of all rules applying to the prtvjlege
of enjoying the membership.
THE ANNUAL REPORTS.
Captain Matthews made his annual rrtpoft
and It showed a much better condition than
The reports of Secretary Callie Blake th
business manager and of Lieutenant W J.
Hyde. In charge of the buffet of the com-
pany. The latter showed that It had done
more than meet expenses. The captain an-
nouncer1 that the directors would take hold
of cases where bark dues existed and clear
up the financial status nf the company with
its members to start the new year wdth a
clean slate. The reports were all adopted
The captain stated that he would soon
name the standing committee on member-
ship also appoint the secretary. The officers
were then voted upon and it resulted tn the
unanimous choice of the same ones Captain
Dallas J. Matthews: first lieutenant. Clark
C Wren second lieutenant. W. J. Hyde.
The members took a lively Interest In the
meeting and the outlook seems bright for
the year 19t There are several applications
for membership on tile to receive the early
attention of the committee.
All the rooms of the third floor constituting
the armory were thrown open and fully
lighted This presented the comforts and
conven'ences of the building in a very at-
ABOUT THE OLD DATS.
A few of the older members were on hand
ai d enjoyed reminiscent stories of the days
when company competitive drills were pop-
ular and this organization was winning In-
t erst ate prizes that is against companies
from many 8tates of the I'nlon. The com-
paiiv m those days had numerically a strong-
er membership than It has now. This was
In the early '80s.
SOME BRILLIANT VICTORIES
The re. ords of the company show that It
has wun about eleven first prizes and three
second the latter In Its early drills. After
the year 1KHJ It was never defeated and had
several first prize winn ngs In the seventies
All told the company won In cash purses
netrly .!J.oiM. mun of which was applied to
the erection of the handsome brick building
In ' wh.ch they now nave their domicile
known ub tne armory The other cost wad
raited by the Issuance of bondti nearly all
bchif; taken up by friends and members of
t lie company several thousand which are
Fiili outstanding. t be. tme due n a couple
of year or so This bu.idmg is the greatest
f material I'lonirnents t" those Victories
o. ti.e ompany hnaraved Into the corner
stone of the tmildiug arc the following facts:
HISTnRY HHI EF1.Y TtLI).
Houston I :ght iuard oi ga.nl zed 1873
Officers in I R91 - Captain. E. A Retchardt;
first lleutemuit. Spencer llutr bins secon 1
lieutenant. Oeortte N. Torrey: first sergeant.
1 E Revna ul; s-end sergeant H. IV.--'
iav secret a: y. J Snearn . m-ajurer. W. E
' J'orler W. A. Child ress. burliness manager.
Armory hi. tiding oinrnitteo -K A. Reicn-
nrdt W. A. Childress James A. liaker Jr.
' J. L. WatHon h. Hutchins. . N. Torrey l
: '. smith. 11 F M.icOregor. Ci. A. Qulnian.
U R Morris. W Hum
L' oa. ( J. It Mitchell
'or v ictories ( Interstate - Houston Tex is
I 1.4. Mobile. Ala.. 16; New Orh-a .r .a..
1- - .. I'hi.a.iehd
h.tiia. I .
If.. Austin legits. 1KSS.
Imuston Light Ourird Arnmry Erected
I ; -HI ; i. E. I JicKtji architect ront ractor
fi if & J Stadiei' Keneral cnntrietors; A.
: Luca. brick woi k . J. R M u ris .ons.
I i'.mhii.K This st'tne was laid t v ilr.ty
!..-g- No. 33. A F- and A. M . T. V . Lub-
l k. Ir I. grand master.
While it is true that the present com any
w .is organized In 11 - it was a. most a d :-
!' deuced lant of the old Wa-shingtoM l.lglH
f.uard that went from this city to tMht ihe
t Utles of ' hi Confederacy under the late
( '.i p tain W 1 11 lam Edwards Many of tno
names in : tie older company were on the
i .Hters of t .e reorganized and younger co o-
I any the resent one. Other names come
n. t bis cor panv from the old Bayou '!:
;-iards th;. went into and through the war
under the ite W Brown Botts.
The mo-- complete and accurate rosters
. th'Fe iv war com antes are here printed
in full for '." first time:
I -.HUES OF THE WAR.
W. B. ii-
W H. He
J . R. lini
i c. k..i
J. R. CI i-
George W. H M
W. I) ' i
K. A N
K H M
j ual ua 1 1
of the Bayou 'ity Guards
pany A. Fifth Texas regiment.
y of Northern Virginia organ-
derate soldiers dated July 19
: firat lieutenant.
r third lieutenant
1 rdonk chlor aersreant.
wen. aecond aergeant
land third FerKeant.
i.jn seeofld corporal
ilson third corporal.
M it lie. fourth corporal.
M II. '
win no ni:r.
T K. Ii
IllH.l fl" I 111. !
W 11 A I 1
K U I'tiniiis
W (' 'l.nk
J. 11 Bell
A J Hurk. Jr.
(1. W. boteler
A. C. Hell
K. M. Cupps
W. H. fhadwlck
W. A. Clark
J. A. t-oiiiernn
M. J. Mcfollo.'k
1 11 I).- leslernler
Hen K l.'yer
J. V. lie I.eadernler
A. 11. Adey
W. 11. I'urrell
t'. Biice IJardner
W A (leorge ihorsei
S. H Hewes
J ('. Holhrook
T. I' I.ublxick
('. 11 Merrlinan
O. O Malley
Y. M Poland
H. R Roirera
J. J. Sweeney
R. C Hlmpaon
V. Van Volkenbura;
ci J Ruliliiaon
H V Foster
A. VV. Wolf
R H. Wright
M. I. Berry
t ; i
.lames 1 n
t.i M. 1 oilglil..HH
B Pugli Kiillor
D N l''leiniiiK
John II ilanison
II II Settle
I I' Main
K. i i Howard
J I Hurl
J .v Kenard
J K Lamia
il ' l.ctw-Bquft
J S Norton
H W. Phelps
T H Riujely
; H. Robins
Jas. H. Shepherd
W. A. Tryon
H. VV. Walker
W. A. Cook
8. B. Webber
A. C. M Taylor
D. W. Wllkerson
MEN RECRt'ITED I.V TEXAS
By order of the war department. Confed-
arota Ueutenut t. B. Gluts and Vrlvata
Le fry's Additional White Sale Nelps
Lade Curtains $9.00 for $5.95
You know the values this store has presented in Curtains at $7.50 $8.50 and $9.00 the 'pride we've taken
to brinK you only the choicest "and prettiest styles to sell at those figures. These at $5.95 equal them in
evcrv ay. There are-Irish Point Brussels Cluny and Battenberg Curtains in a host of attractive design-
Values to $9.00; any of them at $5.95 pair.
Values up to $400 at $2.48 Values up to $15 at $9.95
AT 69c curuin worth fio pair-
AT 98c Curtains irorti1 np to 1-60 par-
A.T $la98 CuTUlns worth up to 3.00.
AX $2.98 Curtains worth $4.00 pair.
AT $3a98 CurtalM worth 6.00 pair.
Lefry "Bros Dry Goods Co.
th order of
The promissory note that waa glvn the Houston Light Ouard Instead of the eah priae which th company won In the Phila-
delphia intei-state drill July 4 18S5. lt was signed by Mr. Underwood the manager for thoae who gave the drill. His home was In
OoyniKton. Ky f at the time and he has presumably lived ttiere ever since.
R P Hewes were detailed to recruit In Texas
nddltlomil men. and they returned the fol-
lowing mimed men. who reported at York-
town. Va In April 1862: A. Angell I. Blllig.
W. Bachiock J. A Beasley P. Burns. James
Carson W. H fl.irke. Robert Campbell Joe
Cramer. 1. Cramer. Louis Coleman. W. R.
I"e Voe John lie Young. A Dlebold. E. C.
Herbv. J 1' le Uiach. T. S. Emanuel T.
V. PitzKeralii C. K. Eves Eromett Fraser.
t'harles Fry. John Heffron. John Morris.
H A Morse H. Mevers. A. O Morrell. A.
MoKenzle J. Ft. Nethery. F. Ott J. R. Pat-
ti n 1' W. Plummer W. T. Riley J. fc.
Bertsell. A Stewart. M L. Steele C. K.
gteteno B S hoff. g. D. Svie T B. Thomas.
1. 1'iipii II P Welarh. W Willlaros Ben
Wolf. S II Watkinn. W L. Withers. 8. E.
!.oe. (l H Pu. k.-tt.
W ASHINGTON LIGHT GT'ARD.
Lis! of i ffi'-ers and members of the Wash-
Incion Light rjuHnl for deposit In the Hous-
ton a iiilemy. this 101 ti day of September
Captain William Kd wards.
Lie tenants Thomas W. Mltchel. first; Ba
F Will:an s jiecond. Andrew J. Hay third.
Krisjen Thonias J Lootiey.
Sera nil's Ji seiili H Evans orderly ser-
geant 'Alfred J Stanley second: Ed I.ath-
ato third' Robert B. Jarinon. fourth.
c'oi poralf Wllllnm Rooker firt; William
Klllol se.ond. William Christian third;
John Prciudfi.nl. fourth
Privates- Isaac (' Stafford. Richard B
Wll'.n owen L. cechran. 'Henry Flelsh-
r.an '.' vett Tnfl William P. Hamblen.
Thomas B McMahon. T. W. Whltmarah.'
.Ii hn Johnstone risi-ond J. Conklln B Pu-
n k i Fuller "John Mrashear Henry Brash-
ciir Iiavld K. Bice. Josla 8. Stafford. Roh-
ci t Bums 'Frank B. Rights Kd Rlordan
Thomas H t onk in. 'W. T.. Withers 'R. P.
r.oee. J S Duval. 'Hal O. Runnels.
Thor as K Thompson. John W. Lawrence.
Jo-.-ph H Ii.-nt. 5W O. Painter. 'John T.
Hinil. Jonas i Baldwin. Thomas Capron.
I. uis Pless. F Marlon OrlKKS. Pat T'er-
nati "F'l B r;.;niev. A. R. McCnrdy Mat
(1 Roberts. W. E Fruzee. 'Richard Boul-
ware. Kl Iteeves 'Ben J. Smith A. Wet-
lerinark. WOBI'S FROM THR OLD RECORD.
The ahove is a toll of officers and mem-
hem formlnK sal.l company this day. The
company bavin been i rjtantzed under Will-
lain Edwards aa captain on May 8. 1S65 with
hut thlrteoii members In all seven of whom
stll! remain In the ranks Accompanying this
as a posit In the Houston academy will be
found a copy of the constitution and by-laws
of iin .- Houston. Texas. September la 1K67.
William Edwards Captain J. H. Evans.
0 S. The names of deceased are marked
A TRIBFTK To THE DEAD.
As ft memento of our deceased comrades
and a memorial for ourselves we. the fol-
lowing living members of the Washington
Light (iuard. living In the city of Houston
this Zlst of April. USi. revised the said list
from a copy of parchment September 10. 1867.
In the corner stone of the Houston academy
and as found upon the removal of the same
on the Mh day of April. 18M.
The residences of those survivors who re-
side outside of the city of Houston are as
follows: T W Mltchel. In Fort Bend coun-
ty; Robert B. Jarmon In Alabama; Thomas
J Conklin. El P.iso; Thomas E. Thompson.
1 In I vest o n John W. Lawrence. Austin. Pat
'Herman (ialveatoti ; A. Wettermark. Hen-
derson Rusk lotinty and Ed Reeves. Colo-
rado county. Texas.
A retiospect shows what havoc death has
played among the ranks of their more youth-
ful dav. when thirty-seven years ago de-
ceased brothers were In the exuberance of
early manhood spurred on by worldly am-
bition In reach some coveted goal; when
Hie Great Reaper of reapers met them on
II e m uch tn the harvest and gathered them
a.- sheaves for Ills store
lenerntlons may pass before this will If
ei again be scanned hy mortal eye; then
. i. will he aalliered to our fathers with
possibly none to be reminded of our having
l.:i. or to gather up the tender memories
. f the days gone by ...
Signed by those living in Houston. April
Tt im is J. Looney Ormond J. Conklln
i christian Henry Brashear
Kan- c Stafford Robert Burns
(om ii I Cochran Jonas C. Baldwin
William P. Hamblen.
Fire in Fort Worth Acre.
(HoMtttn Pest Special )
HH!T WORTH Texas January 8 The
;;;;;ini -ork a notorious negro dive In the
l.'..n nf the "acre" was purified last nlrht
n ' which destroyed the den. It had
hi-fi vacant some time waiting for the
n ! wave to roll by. but the fire fiend got
n :... It was waiting.
I KI mm rock was one of the most notori-
ous negro dives In the city. Th Black Ele-
phant its next door neighbor- was oorcbed
but nn survives.
Arabian Lace Curtains
AT $2.98 Curtain" worth up to 4.00 pair.
AT $4.98 Curtains worth up to $7 00 pair.
AT $5.75 Curtains worth np to $9.00 pair.
'Ruffled Net Curtains
AT $ 1.59 Regularly 2-0 the pair.
Ruffled Muslin Curtains
Curtains that were
A 1 ! f A
yahiereourecl y 9
A PROMISE THAT WAS BROKEN.
IN NEW QUARTERS TODAY
The Lwnbennans Bank Will Open at
the Corner of Prairie Avenue and
The I.umbrmans Nations. Bank will opftn
Ua doori this morn in j In the new quarters
at tho corner of Pralri avenue and Main
The work of moving commenced yesterday
afternoon directly after banking hours. The
bg safes the bags of ffold and Bllvet and the
packages of ciinrenoy were carted around to
th new home and everything put In hlp
shape for the first hour's business today.
The new quarters are handsomely furnished
with marble trimmings and gold letters over
all the windows and when the teller looks
through the barred window to tell you that
you have Just $10 lft to check against he
will do U with a smile of pleasure because of
the happy business home In which ho is lo-
cated. President S. F. Tarter Vice Presi-
dent Ouy M. Bryan and Cashier Vandrvoort
have extended an Invitation to all their
friends to call on them today In the new
banking house but no formal reception will
THE DEATH ROLL
M. J. CIANCT.
Clanry a prominent oil man died
suddenly at Humble at 6:30 o'clock yester
day morning as the result of being gassed
while at work near a battery of boilers.
News of the death was Immediately sent to
Houston but complete details were not
f riven. The body was shipped In to Houston
ast night "nd taken In charge by Under-
taker Sid Westheimer who will ship it to
Toledo. Ohio tonight for Interment. The
deceased was 63 years of ag. and he leaves
surviving him his wife and eight children
rive daughters and three sons all living in
LYDIA Itl RNETT.
Iydla tht -year-old daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. G. P. Rurnett. died at midnight Tues-
day. The body was prepared by Undertaker
Sid" Westhffmcr and will be shipped to Genoa
today for interment.
Fl'KKRAL OF J. A. COTNKY
The funeral nf James A. Potnev took plaoe
yesterday afternoon from the residency 1013
White street with interment In the Glen-
wood cemetery Rev. Henry J. Krnwn offi-
ciating. Death occurred Tuesday night.
JUDGE BEN LINDSEY
"De KidT" Judge.
Judge Ben LJndsey of Denver was greeted
by a large and attentive audience lust night
at Alhambra hall. He told of his work In
educating the State to a proper sense of
responsibility for the boy. Judge Llndsey
first became a National character through
tlie pen of Lincoln Stefens In a series of
articles In McClure's Magasins. in thlM con-
nection we wish to impress upon the people
of Houston that the time is growing short
when McClure's Magazine can be had for
$1 per year. After February 1 the price will
be $1.60 per year. The Texas Magaxlne
Agency. 308 Mason building will be glad to
have your subscriptions. If any of your
periodicals or magazine subscriptions are ex-
piring we would be glad to renew them. We
will send free on request the most complete
and comprehensive catalogue ever Issued. In
It you will find club rates that will savo
you :0 to 40 per cent. t
Texas Magaslne Agency 308 Mason Build-
ing. ROOTERS FOR HOGS AND MONEY.
Swine Breeders Gaie on Appropriate
Emblem at Unique Dinner.
(Houston Post Special.)
CLEBURNE Texas January 8. The Texas
Swine Hreeders' association held Its final
sessions in this city today. The meeting was
well attended by the farmers of Johnson
county and by the business men of this city
during each and every session and was pro-
nounced a complete success In every way.
Much good Is expected to result in this
county from the meetings and addresses of
these practical experienced and almost uni-
formly successful nog raisers In the way tr
newly aroused enthusiasm among the farm-
ers and stockmen to the end of raising larger
quantities of pork both for borne consump-
tion and for market.
Hon. Cato Sells chalrmaa o Um sfrloul-
Ruffled Muslin Curtains that wera
tural committee entertained the officers of
the association and of the board of Trad
with a five-course 6 o'clock dinner at his
handsome home on North Main street.
Among the courses were little pigs tn
blankets and a standard bred roast pig of
most fenerous proportions bearing u his
mouth the traditional roasted apple so dear
to the hearts of the members of the old social
regime. The place markers were water col-
ored pigs representing various breeds with
th emblem We are all rooters for hogs and
fioney Tbe event was In full harmony with
he entire occasion of the purpose of the
tf. S. TO SUE TEXAS ROADS.
Lines .Among Violators of Safety Ap-
Associated Press Report.
WASHINGTON January 8. Attorney Gem-
era Bonaparte today directed the various
United States attorneys to Institute suits
against a large number of railroad companies
I to recover penalties incurred by them for
alleged violation of the safety appliance law.
The facts upon which these prosecutions are
basd were reported to the interstate com-
merce commieslon by its inspectors of safety
appliances. Among tho cases named appear
Atchison. Topeka and Santa Fe. 11; Cin-
cinnati New Orlftajis and Texas Pacific S;
Kl Paso and Southwestern. 7; Gulf. Colorado
and Santa Fe. 6; loulvllle and Nashville 3;
Ht. Louis Iron Mountain ruid Southern S;
fit Louis Rout h western Railway company
of Texas 5; 8L Ixnils. Watklns and Gulf
113; Southern Railway. 8; Soithern Faci le
10; Tomblgee Valley ir Kansas Ty South-
ern. I ; Missouri Kansas and Texas. New
Orleans and Northeastern and iSt. Louis
Southwestern ona each.
T0BACC0 RAIDERS ARE HIT
Militiamen Are Sent to Lebanon to
(Associated Press Report.)
FRANKFORT. Ky January S Governor
Willson tonight ordered ten militiamen from
LouIhvWV to go to Iebanon to guard the
A nierlcan Tobacco warehouse and also di-
rected ten soldiers of the Cynthiana company
to report to the mayor of that town to pro-
tect tobacco property A gatllng gun was
also ordered sent to Lexington tonight after
a conference held this afternoon with the
Lexington officials. It begins tn look Ilka
the whole Hurley district which has here-
tofore been lawnbidtng. is on the eve of a
npries of nlght-rlding events.
Catarrh Can Not Be Cured
with LOCAL APPLICATIONS as thy can not
reach the teat of the disrase. Catarrh a blood or
constitutional tliwase and in order to cure tt you
muat take internal remediea. Hall's Catarrh Cure
is taken internally and act directly nn the blood
and mucouf aurfaces. Hail'f Catarrh Cure is not a
quack medicine. It was prrftciibed by one of the
best physicians in this country for years and is a
regular prescription. It is composed of the best
tonics known combined with the brst blood purifiers
acting directly on the mucoui surfaces. The per-
fect combination of the two inprredienta is what
Rroducea such wonderful result in curing Catarrh.
end for testimonials free.
F. J. CHKNEY & CO. Props. Totedo a
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