The Houston Post. (Houston, Tex.), Vol. 26, Ed. 1 Tuesday, May 17, 1910 Page: 3 of 16
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NEW TRACK RECORD MADE
At Chqrchill Downs by
Ran hive and One-Uair
i I (XueeiaUi Pnts tttort. ' - i
;- LOUISVILLE Ky.. May 1 Threaten-
. trim vuthtr ind a noor card keot the t-
tcadanc at Churchill Downs limited to-
day. The feature wu handicap" the-
fourth event at five and one-half furlong
: in which the winner turned up In Mattle
Beraud paying 143.10 lor a 13 straight
' ticket and setting a new track record of
' :05 J-5 for the distance. Winter Green
the favorite. . was hopelessly outpaced
throughout .". . . . .. .
Six furlongs Snap ' Billy Bodemer.
;-. frolaaon D'Or. Time 1:1$ 1-5.
tethlan Roland Otis. Time' 1:42 2-6.
l Four furlongs Delcasse Permelta Mol-
" Jjy lfo Time :47 4-8. -
I Fhre one-half furlongs handicap Mat-
. tie Beraud Winter Green Ocean Queen.
' ' Timer.0& 1-6. (Track record.) j
" V Half a mlle-i-Delaney' Louis Kats Fan-
" - Jer. Time :47 1-5.
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Mile ana iweniv yaran-rvne rns-
v THREE f JOCKEYS k SUSPENDED
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l Emeryrille Track l ollowiag; tne
I . x Bacet Yesterday.
r OAKLAND May 16. Favorites fared
jpoorly today at Emeryville there ; being
tiUBMroua-upsets. - Arthur Hyman one
of the surprises closed fast and beat
Bwageriater' a. neck.. Financier was
and yet the
cm n ire tmrnpcnnn
Utile Bobbie" is a faithful reproduction
of the Robert Burns. Half the size half
the. price and all its qualityr:5 cents.
CIGAR CO. latrlbutora
-Matte Berand Horse
hunongs in I;05 2-5.
heavily supported and was In front to the
last Quarter but his leg troubled htm.
Ak Bar Ben defeated him. Jockeys Be-vam-
Jarrett and Denny were suspended
by the stewards the first named for. mis-
behavior off. the track Denny for failure
six furlongs Cantem Miss Robertsft-t7
Doweress. Time' 1:14 1-6.
. Futurity turse -selling Arthur Hy-
man Bwageriater Sir Barry. Time
.Futurity course Anna Mcgee Salvage
Gramercy. Time 1:07 2-5 Vi
Mile and seventy yards Ak Bar Ben'
Financier. Ben Stone. Time 1:44.
-Six furlongs Siscus Hennedera
Father Stafford. Time 1:14.
Six furlongs Moss Back Woodlander
Combury. Time 1:14 2-6.
GRASMEEE WON FEATTJEE
Event at Belmont Park After Hard
(Associated Prtu Ktfort.'i '. '
BELMONT PARK. Nr T. May H. The
talent enjoyed a good afternoon's sport
at Belmont Park. - The feature race was
the New Rochelle handicap. Grasmere
was returned the winner. Rose Queen
set a terrific pace but tired near the end.
Prince Gal an added starter was second
with Beaucoup third. . r .
Four and half furlongs Naushon Grand
Mullens Lochlel. .Time :6t. -
One mile Sandleberry Oghwawga
Aahell. Time 1:26. . ?. ..
of the Pittsburg Natioivab
v : . ' (Champions of the .World;
' ' W the Leamie as catcher With
of .983ynd caught more games than
'i last year. ; He writes us that he is
tooT will like Cca-Cola because it relieves fadgue
US i Quenches the thirst and is absolutely wholesbma.
: Send 2c (tamo for our booklet
Truth About Coca-Cola' and tb Coca-
CoU Baseball Record Book for WO. t'
Tbe latter ' CtMttauM tba famous poem '
"Casey t the Eat" records sctiedulesfor
k both lestrues and other valuable baseball . j.
Jtuorniation compuca vj kiuwiiuw v ' '
til Tamw ;
; Four furlongs O'Neal Dandy Judge
Monru. Time :47. -x
8lx furlongs. New Rochelle handicap
-Grasmere Prince Gal Beaucoup. .Tim
1:12. V - ' '
Two one-quarter miles New York
steeplechase! Agent . Thlstledale Rose
Fenton. Time 4:J5.
Mile and sixteenth Berkeley Bonnie
Kelso: Imitator. Tlme 1:47. -
NEW REAL ESTATE FIRM.
Texas - Realty Company
Houston Chartered. .
tHouttonPtt!iptc4al.) y ' ' '
AUSTIN Texaa. May II. The secre-
tary of state today- filed charters of the
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ton; capital stock 550900. Incorporators:
L. P. Routt. Theodore Plummer Henry
C. King Jr. : :-' -' . 1
Wortham-Bhotts company of. Fort
Worth; capital stock $11000. Incorpor-
ators: ' M. F. Wortham W.' P.' Harrison
E A. Shotts. r ' ' i
Haverty Furniture company of Dallas;
capital stock $2aO0O. Incorporators: J. J.
Hfcverty Clarence Haverty; T. J. Frasler
Ben T. Sanford. 1 v
vTerrall Oil and Gas company of Terrell;
capital stock S3000. Incorporators: W.
C. Porter J. B. Zlnk L. W. Wells and
Riesel Gin company of Rlesel;-capital
stock fftOOO. Incorporators;. John Fensel
C. B. Turner Lee R. Harrington.
Farmers' Co-operative Gin company of
Pandora Wilson county; capital stock
110000. Incorporators: J. 1C. Dameron
C. Slkes. B. P. West and others.
Fort Worth Macaroni company of Fort
Worth -Increased its capital stock from
25000 to $60000. ... . .
Texas State bank of Canton '. filed an
amendment Increasing Its capital stock
from $10000 to $26000.
Certificates of dissolutions were filed
by Dr Brown Oil company of Bay City
and Rowlett Gin ami Cotton company of
any other catcher UJ
enthusiastic about .
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? Arrow ; think
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UESDAY lipiJiniTO. HAY 17 1910.'
CHIIij IN PERIL
Ffca C:;:.::d ;Mcat SoppI?; D
c!:::j Dr. Bnicibj.
IEXANS DOfi'T EtjBEST
Asserted SUto Health Officer Voio
inf Disappointment at lack t "
f Interest' Shown in Securins; I J
' Satisfactory Condition!;
. :-m (Hmu rVrt Seitl.y . ' ; .
ATBTIN; Texas May. ll-8tate Health
Officer Bruniby: Is evidently keenly' dis-
appointed' at. the lack of interest shown
by tbe larger towns and cities in the mat-
ter ' of aourlng more satisfactory ' oondl-
tfons in the mat supply of Texas.. .Upon
his return front the meeting ef the State
Medical association which was held In
Dallas-last week. Dr.. Brumby today
spoke In eaustle terms concerning the pres-
ent sanitary conditions of the larger eitlea
and of those .who either openly oppose
or are Indifferent to their Improvement.
For two months prior to the Dallas meet-
ing Dre. -Brumby and CFarrell of - the
But board of health had waged a per-
sonal campaign with a view to arousing
interest In the adoption of. the advisory
code by seventy-five of the largest cities
of Texas. Hundreds of letters were writ-
ten with the purpose of getting the cities
to see the reasonableness of the code and
adopt it. . It was desired that the councils
of the eitlea should adopt the health
cede for the code does not become law
until It Is so adopted.
At Dallas Dr. Brumby ascertained from
the city and county health officers pres-
ent that their people are very elow to see
the importance of having a sanitary. In-
spector to be employed jointly by city
and county Dr. Brumby had especially
urged the health officers of the seventy
five or eighty largeet cities to be pres-
ent. - Besides these there were present a
few of the county health officers. All
these were Interested In the adoption of
the advisory code but tbey declared it
almost impossible .to get anything dona
by their constituents.
: reCAT10NNOW GRAVES.
Dr.' Brumby declares that the people of
Texas are not aware of the gravity of the
situation presented by the diseased meat
supply as it now ex lata . He says that
only two citleS In Texas namely Paris
and Greenville have respectable slaugh-
ter houses. He further says not a large
city In fTexae has a clean Jocal meat
Dr. Brumby said: "The State health-
board has long been aware that a large
part of the Texas meat supply Is bad
and we ' have waged a lengthy earnest
campaign for Its Improvement. But to
date only Paris and Greenville of the
larger towns could pass any sort of In-
spection. These alone comply with the
new requirements. Several cities have
their slaughter houses Inspected but none
too thoroughly.. Other States are unfor-
tunate in the same way however and
recently Cincinnati sent a representative
down to - Paris to get pointers on the
proper management of the meat supply.
"The1 cities are simply Indifferent soma
of this Indifference being due to Ignor-
ance. Jf the 'advisory code Is not reason-
able a recommended It can be amended.
One hundred city and county health of-
ficers met here- last Septembsr and de-
clared that the code is not unreasonable.
If the code - Is reasonable It should be
adopted and thus become Isir.
. TEXAS fGET8 REFU8E.
' "We are eating refuse meat In Texaa.
The Federal Inspectors see to It ffcat ho
diseased cattle shall be used In Interstate
shipment. It" used 'to be that the Federal
Inspectors were allowed to eull out the
bad ones' but now diseased cattle or crip-
ples are not allowed to be seen by the
government . Inspectors but are - used
locally. - It has eon-ie to pass that Texas
housewives are; looking more and more
to the government for protection against
diseased meat . It results therefore that
the honest local meat dealer has his busi-
ness damaged for he has to send his
cattle to Fort .Worth.-to be marked In-
spected and passed by the Federal In-
spectors before the meat will be taken by
Texas consumers. ' -
"We sometimes hear surprise expressed
at the way the big packing houses are
gobbling up business. The reason Is that
they have proper refrigeration. Very
often the local meat man ean not afford
adequate refrigerating equipment."
Dr. Brumby manifested chagrin at the
reception the city authorities accord the
health board's request that the advisory
code be adopted. He i quotes one promi-
nent mayor as saying: "Well we've heard
your side of the case but we -Want to
hear the butchers' side before we take
any action." :
Dr. Brumby thinks that the butchers
have been presenting ' evidence long
enough. He states that the health of
the larger' cities is dally- Jeopardised by
the sale of the meat of diseased unfit
; Dr. Brumby said with great emphasis:
"If with the exception of Paris and
Greenville there Is In Texas the mayor
of a single city who thinks that the local
slaughter houses will pass inspection I
wish they Would challenge what I have
said. Quagmires slime decomposing or-
ganic matter these are to be found every-
where. The walls of the slaughter houses
are covered with filth; and usually a 16-year-old
negro boy Is In charge of all the
cleaning the slaughter house gets. In
not a few of these slaughter pens bus-
Hards ase to be seen while hogs have
free acM to the premises. Unless the
cities manifest Immediate Interest ws
shall abandon our efforts tonromota unl.
tary Inspection as outlined in tbe advis
EMPLOYES COMPENSATION LAW
Probably Will Be Considered by the
" (Hm(o Port Spociol.)
AUSTIN Texas May 1 it seems cer-
tain that the next legislature will be
asked to consider the question of enact-
ing an employes' compensation law. Com-
missioner "of Labor Myers has received
such assurance from a member of the
house who Is asking for re-election and
who will doubtless be returned. New can-
didates for the house also have- committed
themselves to the idea i. . .
If the next legislature la asked to con-
sider such a law Texaa will be one of four
States to take up the matter the others
being Wisconsin Minnesota and New
York. The committee appointed by the
last Wisconsin legislature has already
drafted a bill on the subject. Minnesota
awaits the return of a committee sent
to European countries to gather relevant
data. - -
r- aaei-MSBSksl-B-i-aalt "'"
News Notes From the Capital.
(Houston Puf SMdol.)
AUSTIN Texaa. May 1$. Assistant At-
torney General Caldwell today approved
$2000 Galveston county common school
district No. S bonds ten twenties at 6 per
The entire Bute board of education will
go to Ban Marcos tomorrow I attend tbe
graduation exercises ef the Southwest
Texas normal whe Govt nor. Campbell
will present the dtplirv.- snC v.
Benica Button of th I ---h ji of Texas
will deliver the literwrv iree.
F. W. Mally of tho 0-i of agrU
cuftore has returned fmi j. and vtcln- '
Ity where he Inspected t- jessamin
farm for the white fly. I (. Mally re-
porta a satisfactory c .iU 0( Uit
"a. .- -i ' If . v. .
To Study Insurance C "tions
(HotuttmPoit S . ) i '''.'.';":'
AUBTINTsaaM.y - arty M
Wright a member of 11 f t r rating
board..' left tod on a tow of iuspeeUoa
f meerraaoo mtiiUon in -m nnwiber ofv.
West .Texas towns an ; . including
El Paso. "e time s decide!
that " t the d viHit
"S . w
the Insurance companies. The board
wlhee to aiwur Itself directly of the
'justice or injustice of rate aa they exist
and where circumstances warrant a re-
vision la mad.
t Key Rates v.:
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' AUSTIN Texas Mar lt--Sey rates for
th following towns were today received
. by the Stat fir rating board:-
. . Popula- Key
' ' r ' -.;'-.. '-. - Uon. Rate.
Jaspar Jasper county ..A..... a 471 1
McLean Gray county. ..V.....1.00 ' 4
Juno Val Verde county 40 7
Lamarqu. Galveston county.. 400 I M
Rockwall. Rockwall county ...1.650 ' N
Happy 6 wuher county....... 100 101
Italy Ellis county...... .1750 1 00
Klngabury Guadelup county. S2S '- 1 01
Kempner Lampasas county... S50 !
Klrbyvtlle Jasper county... ... 1000 ; -
Mount Pleasant Titus county..!. 760 v 7
MarM Fails Burnet county... 1.600 ' ST
: Supplemental specific rate wr re-
ceived for risk In Houston Beaumont
Orange Canadian Dallas Fort 8to-)kton
Brownsville Devlue Harllngen and Wich-
ita Falls. .... . . ...
y Officer Will Attend Camp.
.' Utontto Port SpocUL. .:i
; AUSTIN Texas May i IS. Adjutant
General Newton today announced that he
baa received assWanc from 14S Infantry
officers of the Texas National Guard that
they will attend the camp of Instruction
to b held at Camp atabry beginning
June t. Thee will Include on brigadier
general on colonel one lieutenant colo-
nel Sevan majors thirty-two captains
thirty -one first lieutenant and thirty-
seven second lieutenants together repre-
senting thirty-seven out of the forty Tex-
as oompanles those to have no represents
tlve being Beaumont Tlmpson and
Greenville. - .; "; ' : (! . ' y
Y.M.C A. INDOOR BASEBALL
Score Wu Rather One-Sided and the
5 Losers Had a" Large Number of
' Errors Standing of Clubs.
The Poultry Indoor Baseball league at
the Young Men' Christian Association
was brought to a successful doe last
night when Griffith's game antams won'
from McKlnney's larger Leghorns by th
cor of I to 4. The winning of this gam
tie th Bantam with the Wyandotte for
first place. Pitcher Griffith Is very
anxious that this tie be played off; h
says hi Bantams are thirsting for th
Wyandotte' blood and If they play then!
again th pennant Is sure to go to th
Last night' gam was by no means
low. Although the score seems to be a
little one-sided It was a very Interest-
ing contest from the spectator's view-
point. Fast ' and brilliant play war
numerous and also a few errors.
'Umps" Ward announced that the Ma-
jor league consisting of forty of the best
players In th assieiatlon would open-
next Monday night. This league I ex-
pected to be .the closest' and. most Inter-
esting one of the season. The fact that
each team la. made up of all-star players
Insures good games at all times. Th
further detail will be announced later.
Following I the tabulated soore of last
night's game and the final standing of
Dattner. 'lb .
AB R BH PO A
M. Smith c ....
McKlnney 2b .
Swan Sb .......
Currie p ......
Lane rf '.
Price If .........
' Totals .........
O. Martin lb ..
A. Martin e ..
Griffith p .....
Btanutlf rs ....
Cushman fb ...
H. Smith cf ...
Larson rf ....
4 S 24 10 s
. 4 v 1 00
V I V v
1 14 4 S
..17 S 24 10 t
Summary; . v
...mo ooi oot-6
...031 001 13-
...0U 021 !-
Two-base hit Wallace.
Double play Hughes to McKlnney.
Hlts-Off Currie S off Griffith 6.
Struck out-By Currie 11 by Griffith 17.
Bases on balls-Off Currie 0 off Grif-
fith t - :-
Time -of game Fifty minute.
Umpire Ward and Reynaud.
STANDING . OF TEAMS.
Played Won Lost P."
At Turner hall last night th Turn-
vereln bowlers had another tournament In
which but on high team score wa
Apart from this one th other scores do
not compare at all favorably with those
of the last few weeks. . .
. There were six team In th tournament
and they bowled a follow;' Choc taws
1014 with an average of 154; Chlckasaws
M7 to an average of 241.75: Apache 049
for an average of Mi 26:.Mohaws 64 with
an average of 141; Siwashee 060 with an
average of 117.60 and Bhawnee Ml for
an average of 141.76. 4
The Individual high scroes were: Fisher
(Choctaws) 106 Mchmldt (Chlckasaws)
266 R. Knodel (Apaches) 164 Strong
(Mohawks) 266. Mock (Slwashes) 17 and
..IIS 17S SOS 124 191 101S
.116 1SS 101 17 IIS 117
45 49 44
41 44 64
19 49 6S
SS 66 4S
.154 197 10S 101 HI 9
Qus Telschow SI
HI 191 191 179 944
41 44 : 41
St 41 69
46 1 16 41
117 1SS ' 190 SOS 101 95
- Name 1 S 4
W.lu 19 ( 41 ' 46 61
A. Knodel... 62 19 : ' 49 ' 61
t0 -46 141
JW1IS ...... P. .v . " " . "
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IN . CONVENTION
us Footral Directors' ad Ejn
I balmcrs it Galveston. .
BY RABBI COHEN
Was Feature of the. Say's Sessio
- Relations of Members of Asso. '
; eiation to Death Were Com-
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'Wouston Port SftcioJA "k.
OALVE8TON. May lfc-Th twenty-
fourth annual convention of the . Texas
Funeral Directors and Embabner's aaso-
elatlon convened In Galvoston this morn
tng for. a four day session Present at
th hour of opening wa about fifty dele-
gate and during th day about thlrtyi
tiv more arrived making toUl of
eighty-five who had answered roll call up
to the time of adjournment . .
The opening day wa devoted to th
transaction of th opening business feat-
mem and to the hearing of several lec-
ture and addresses 'devoted to the Inters
st of th profession. A
i A feature of the day was an address
by Rabbi Henry Cohen of Galveston on
the subject of "The- Funeral Director
From the Minister's Viewpoint" -
Th aesston was opened promptly at M
i. m.. President W. B. Carson of Pilot
Point being In the chair with Secretary
Colby E. Smith of Dallas having th
deek. Present at the opening session
war th member of th local reception
committee. . ' .
Following the calling of th convention
to order Rev. W. J. Johnson of the First
Methodist church. Invoked divine blessing
on the assembly and on the convention.
He wa followed by Mayor Lewi Fisher
who welcomed the visitor to th city
and briefly told them of the many en-
joyable feature oonneoted with a visit
to Galveston especially at thl tun of
In response toMayor Fisher and .on be-
half of th association L. W. Crouch of
McKlnney wa Introduced hi remark
being brief but to the point and he
thanked th association- for the honor
conferred upon him In making th re-
sponse. i . r.isir.v-.v-.;.H v-
PRESIDENTS ANNUAL MESSAGE. L
Th next feature of tbe program wa
the addre by th preetdent. Mr. Car-
ton briefly reviewed th history of th'
association for th past year compli-
mented them on th Mlectlon of Galves-
ton as the 1910 convention city and closed
by addressing himself to th younger
members' of th organisation especially
those who were just being admitted Into
full membership and Into the full duties
of a funeral director. In substance he
advised them as to .personal character
saying that one of the best qualifica-
tions of a successful undertaker was to
be a gentleman and at all time a good
man. He said: "At all tlmee be th
best man that you can be kind and
gentle and courteous especially so to
the family of ths bereaved."
The address of the president closed th
opening ceremonies following which the
following oommittees were announced by-
Secretary Smith on behalf of the chair:
Resolutions. A. P. Spalding of Waxa-
hachte F. B. Glrard of Austin At Sag
of Terrell. ;
Grievances. N. 8. Griggs of Amarillo
Robert E. Craig of Palestine Q. A. Har-
veeon of Ennla
Memorial. U W Crouch of McKlnney
J. H. McCullum of Bmtthvllle.
; The morning session cam to a close
with a lecture and demonstration by
Prof. George A. Brewer of Dallas who
demonstrated with a subject provided by
the local committee. - ..
SMITH EXHIBIT FREAK.' '
The afternoon session wa devoted first
to a demonstration and lecture "by Prof.
Hood F. Bmith of Pallas. Prof. Smith
used In hi lecture what I said to be
on of th most Interesting freak of hu-
man anatomy ever discovered In Amer-
ica. It was the preserved body of a Mex-
ican about 66 years of age at the time of
death and when the undertaker took him
In charge it was found that nature had
made a decided mlxup In th said Mex-
ican's Interior. His heart was found on
the right side the place usually occupied
by the heart being Ailed with the stom-
ach while the other Intestines had been
placed In th cavity whsr th stomach
should reet. The lecture was decidedly
Interesting and was followed closely by
Minutes of the 1sst meeting the reading
of communications and other minor mat-
ters occupied the time until the address
of Rabbi Henry Cohen. . .
Rabbi Cohen spoke of undertaker not
as neressary evils but aa serviceable ad-
juncts to thhilnister. He found -that
they often worked without compensation
and that they were lust aa ethical In
their dealings with their fellow under-
takers aa were lawyers clergymen and
physicians. An 'experience of more than
a quarter of a century proved to him that
they were seldom or never derelict St
their duty; that they handled bodies at
all stages of decay often at the risk of
personal - alcknesa and they did not. be-
f rudge time and labor even In epidemics.
Inllke some other professions or trades
they were not allowed to seek clients
but must wait till they are called. v '
ETHICS FOR "UNDERTAKERS.
To b around th dead and the living
at on and'th - same tlm called for
thoughtfulness taot sfnd consideration
upon the part of th undertaker; thought-
fulness for th survivors and considera-
tion for th body. Few are calm Imme-
diately after death In the household and
the greatest tact was necessary even to
the placing f th friends and family In
the waiting carriages.' Dr. Cohen spoke
against the gruesomensss of black and
predicts the time when white the 'em-
blem of hope and purity would obtain.
Generally artificial light was used blinds
were drawn shutters were closed and
every ray of sunlight was excluded from
the room In which tho funersl service
was held Instead of the sun being ' al-
lowed to pour In and vitalise the flower
on th coffin t
The rabbi questioned the wisdom of
wholesale floral offerings believing that
In many Instances tbe cost of such would
make a' substantial donation to a chari-
table Institution or a month's support to
the ornhsn. . .
Dr. Cohen's address was received with
enthusiastic applause and on motion a
rising vote -of thanksVwa tendered the
gentleman for the favor-of hi address.
NEW MEMBERS ADMITTED.
During th afternoon the . membership
committee mad up and presented th fol-
lowing name who were all duly lectd
and obligated by a. B. ' Roger' of Bah
Marco.' Following th obligation the
"code of ethics" was read by J. T Cot-
ten of Weatherford.
E. F. Gerstenberger .Pfleyervillo: FvS.'
Duff Rayse City; Grant C. Smith Cle-
burne: J. R. Lehr Athens; William Tay-
lor Temple; W. B. Muckleroy Terrell;'
C. M. Allen KlngsvJUf; B. O. Hill'
Wichita Falls; J. D. Sims' Jr. Crockett;
J. E. Ryan.' Victoria; W. C. Du Boss."
Mineola;' E. E. King Abilene: F. Ml
Keys-Miles; .Wm Fackn Goliad; SL
H. Grant Jr. Carthage; O. A. Rltterhouse"
Palaclos; W. B.' Bwearlngen. Lockharti
A. J. Harrison. Pilot Point; H. p. Hill
Bay City; F. E. Stevens. Coleman; J. A.
Heme Coleman; E. C. McDonald Cltco;
R. M. Btokee . Snyder; A. J. Boyles
Quanah; G. SV. Hausenwelght WHe; A.
O. Davis Eagl Lake; J. R Cheverlr
Galveston; Charley Eberllng Big Springs;
Charlee P. Zlegenhals. Bastrop: B. p. xT0.
Cllnon Gales vlllejTom A. Spalding Wax-t
anaeni; jame w. Kitcnie fans; o. VY.
O'NeiU Ballna; Morton Bcott UaleevUle. '
North Galveston Sold.
.j . 4Houtfn Port SprimT.f
OALVESTON - Txa- May M.-Tnir ".
were filed for record lata Saturday even.'
Ing in .the office of County Clerk Georg
F. Burgee two deedv Involving a con-
sideration of 9420OuO. The first a
transfer of what ia practically all of 1 t
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j. - YO OW It tO yolr!l'
And your "Good Amen-
csn Dollars' to get tht
Vdefintt value ' in t--
three essentials fabric.
tailoring and style
whloh a pure has at this
tor assures. . '.t
. Cool ; classy. . light-
weight woolens tailored
in th best cloth on
earth. Some extra val-
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f Don't sny
'Give me t
;say. Give me
Stands today the Stand.;
Paint of America solely E:
CAUSE irS THE BEL.
JAS. BUTE CO Bonstc
piece of land In Galveston county kr
aa North .Galveston and by the tern
which deed Lewis C. Walker of 1
counur Illinois. In consideration c'
Eymfrnt of 1220000 transfer to J.
iglev the property named.
The second deed I from Jo H. V
to th -Ragle Land company of 1
county transferring' the same prop
th consideration being (200.000.
MtTREAY v TO INSPECT CO."
Torpedo Planter General - E. .
' . Frank at Galveston. ;
' ''''' . mtmMtm Port Spttial.
4 pALVE8TON.sTxa May IS. The t
pedo plantar General R T. Frank c
up to port thl afternoon and la anch
at pier II where she will remain for
era! days pending the Inspection of
port fortifications by General Arthur It'
ray. The General Frank earn to U
ton from New Orleans where those
board have been engaged for some t
In giving instruction to coast artii
companies. From Galveston the vr
will take General Murray along the
tire gulf and Atlantic eoast on a tour
Inspection winding up at Portland win
he will he drydocked. -
Th General Frank I 174 feet long
a breadth of 41 feet .drawing 14 feet
water being equipped to carry 160 men
On .board at this S)m beside the
officers are eighteen civilians and si'
soldiers member .of th ooaat ami
branch under th command of Cayu.
M B. Battl. -.'" v- " - ;
Th duty of th men during times
oeaoa Is to Instruct coast artillery en.
panle at different posts a duty wh-
Is salu to be very trying and at tlmee 0
agreeable in wartime tne onice ot t
vessel is the planting of mine in the b
bora and exposed places. At differ-
porta th ground la gone over and t
torpedoes and mine are. tested aeve
being exploded at New Orleans on t.
last visit . ' -
Th men now on board are a detar-
ment of company No. 116 from Fort H
cock. New Jersey. . .. . .
NEW 1 aTJABANTINE' STATIC:
War Department Ceded Pelican S; l
Tract for Site.' 1;
(Houston Port Jr.) t
L GALVESTON Tsxa. May IS. Tn wa
department ha ceded a alio of It res
rvatlon on Pelican spit to the goverr
ment health department for a sit for th
new quarantine station to be built here.
The sit embraces an area of 26.1-1!
acres being 1400x800 feet on. the north
east corner of Pelican spit In th trtan
gle formed by th Galveston and Texe
City channel and convenient to th Boi
var channel. - The se is under wate
about four to eight feet and of eounu
will have to be bulkheadad and filled t
It I understood now that th alt hs
been determined upon that construotio
will begin in th near future. There i
about 1200000 available for th qua ran
tin station whlol) will be modern t
every respect and on of the best In th
servlcs. '' '.riV-'y ?:
Two Societies Were Oreanised a
Galveston Meetins; '
' (Houston Port Sfociol.) '
. GALVE6TON Tax; . May lS.--Tb
SUt official of th Texas SUonlsU aa
aoclatlon met last night In -th orthodo:
synagogue 1416 avenu I with a numb
of local ympathlsr with the 1 mov
ment and at Ur' a number of address
were made by th viaitor two ocieu
wam nrvanlzad. x ' i
I . A. Mendel I president of th aaeemhu-
He first introauceo ia'a. iiwi
Antonio president of-th Texa Zlonls-
association who made tha address of tr
evening.- Dr. Charlea Blumenthal of Ff
Worth also delivered an address' tn t
dish. ' He discussed at length all deta
of th Zionist movement - Dr. Blumr o
thai' address wa followed H
v-A- number - of- Zionists- from
cam down for th meeting.
'JI M'CLEARY Wl..
Austin Insurance Man Was '.. '
(Houston fort StoaaL j
HEABJTB-Twta" T -
Cleary of Austin an 'Inguranro
has been her for several wn.
In th rieht r"i t
a:'rei .-"! '
pure l:ixed 1:::
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