The Houston Post. (Houston, Tex.), Vol. 24, Ed. 1 Saturday, September 26, 1908 Page: 2 of 14
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A - -
ST. LOUIS $31.95
Hot Springs $18.30
Ticket Office 2 17 Main
U. L. MORRIS. Apil
A Large and Complete Stock
UNION IRON WORKS
We ar prepared to advancp liberally
Whether to be sold on arrivnl or to b
We charpe interest on advances at the
A trlid shipment and let us demonstrate
cotton to us.
Dally raartet quotations and stencil
HWit1rlar. viPiT-.i -n .e
Tor a'1"--:uinr i V- p';-t:v
nf trie !
live ronsrlncf TV' d-ffr-r;.-.
(newspaper lias a niorai rtxM :
space for trai?;Hvt.iVn t1-
Hone to pwap h:s lav.-r for t;
The secretaries ai' d r!nr 1 in f:i".r
of a rvlsi m "f t.e tax laws to TV1 . - 1
'that all property an-1 nil in T rest s sM t
x-ar their tiunlen. etc A O
Hart in that tiire :!n ha1 alray U-n
rnade by 1 h- s! -t ure one e r N f !"'
M the new tax !:nrp
Fna!!v. ' feu or a.d N t tr Jaws' v re
tJemamiwI 'a. ih- svrn.i ":'. ti ;t t' m ..
HTye.! ! N ef f.". t nf t 1'f . it v ..::-
paign pV-pNn by fli- ni-'iv' ? Men: an-: nr
Ihe pa.ssa-e f tn"re n t hn i any po-
litical platform in the S'ate rnl:ty! U i
With entire pir.cr:ty and fcni r.-. ::vs
the comm'r ial iirgan:ia:ii'iis t. !'-! " i.
Xo report the n w t:x l.iws
phlet enlitlrtl " i:r Tax K :rde::." t-e !r-
tajigiule tax full re-. ;!ie fr:vrhiso
tftJt the gross recM; : s tax nr. 1 tf;e in-
creased charge for fiMr:; i-h.vTr
nil unfavorab! y rp i-'T. This :i:id
other pities "f lireratjre were leased -n
the hypothesis t: at t nany w -'-o
being passed and t ' at thv c -pra.! as
V'ere being mul -t for a disport i";::i! share
nf the tai burden
Secretary Wa.. Tol.-nl Va7s and
Ptate Tax 4"i'Jn:r;ssi.-Ti. r IVlsI.:- .! -r-pooi
ar it lia:nm-r an-l t'nif j rr-...r
Campbell als cot into It Both thern-rr.-ig
and aftern.M.n pai r.- ver-- fii...' with
the discus.l.-r. n-Ti-.t. f 'r t:.'ak;a.-t.
fcnnomUs f r iirir.er and e. titn'mws I" r
f upper WaJ'-'s appeal for The t'Tnh'.InK
.Hlopus a id the .rlrfaing niine fmr
will long survive ui literary innii'. s a
Fpndid sp-rltnJi "f t Mir lung f.ath-i
4- .one I Waj' wrot p . -f "demajroguts
W.o oug-fat to he fi n n i h i n t exl . ' ( ii v e r r i u r
CamgIl den I'jnred the "represent ! 5
pf syrml.tAri avarire" and r'i'mmi'sn.-r
rasiiiell I hui.'itr.-.l away with Ins h.'a . y
betteriea of stan.-ti.s
Thii Ifvelr shindy had its grwd r-ulta.
It helped lay oui tlie p)!itiral manik.n.
the sage of Hlat kjnrk Grove and reveal
Ibe men j'ho pullel the strinars.
The seWetaries learneil a gil deal
more than thev knew before about State
affairs ar.d a'a:idoned their specify- de-
mand for the rt-rn-al of the new tax laws
The admin: t rat h"ii got an indorse-
ment of Its poiicit-s and measures as a
whole hut Lamed that it had made
from1 mistake; w-J.h h need rorr'ti'n.
and that a pnh'ii- .ntins-nl p-ses any
further adar--- ;rs The itirt -in t ra-li-ral
reform unt . '. the pep unrierstand
and gft us'd I" th.- ia- a read
This brings us right ha. k t.. w'n-r- u
Harted It is essential fr tf- pepi t
understar 1 (onditt-ir.-; tie for- t u-y ::!
vote t h a n k e ihf-m It riM-r- -sential
thai th ;':lcrMHiil ; hem .r r t ' v. ia
irder t i::.pr-- th-m I is as -ri!- m
for a reformer t Eet ah'-ad of his . mwd
as it t f'-r a reactionary to drop too
In 1 evnhit ii .n of thi req the com-
mercial rgarzattons and the State ad-
ministration -on e a: antithetical as tin
poles find tht-meh es almost in a ( ord.
ThMr pnrp- t-es. a s stated. ar i den ileal
they d-ff.-: . m Iho.I- 1 t taN B.t!:
are for just ar.d eiial laws building up
Texas and making numev pii-i.ti'ai ia t!iu
Cn tb- w : rtf'1. rh r-t
economic ti)-usion of
months s"-ins : li
In the fir-t pla- th--;.
ltory of this
ti'1 iaft six
i :. p- tiit .. -ans
had The Mr-'r:g
aide of t'.- n. V t
t;ad tl fl-M
pirk of position and a gi
.granting them no pe.trhit.srr t
p hiii tans
ally etiose what wiuin meet with popu-
lar accord on its merits
While t l'e t om mere la I organizations
have abandonel their opposition to the
jew tax laws to the exwnt of demand-
ing their repeal they ate keepintr up a
healthy agitation of the subject in taxa-
tion In general. w-'i calculated to stimu-
late a wider nrvi f Mnmilng "f )t
A new Merb s - f lu.d. a.rtah- l.ai late-
ly been lHgniby President -I A Am-
The first of these publlsned in The i -i
n the 2ist is an atta-k on the fjl. r- i-
It hn la w fr. -m a hypot beth al vie v. -point.
M r--: veys the inference that :' e
law isn't as good as t ought to b- b-r
fails to suggest that It be n-pealcd or
bow It m.iy l- iM ti.rtd.
In reply Mr I 'a ' b ll asserts t)iat there
are plent y of pract jen 1 tux problems to
which attention might he directed w it h-
HOUSTON PAINT COMPANY
IT 11 -ffV I eiSTIIIKUBJ
Wall raper alabastine jap-a-ug
I' I i i i 5 Johnson & Sons
STORES: 701-703 FANNIN STREET Floor Finih
FACTORY: 509-511 LOUISIANA STREET luauca
Iron Store Fronts
Cast Lintels and Sills Wrought Window
Guards Sidewalk Gratings Etc.
Write Us for Prices '
HOUSTON STRUCTURAL STEEL "WORKS
" ""r"r - --------
Round Trip Daily
Tickets Good On-
41 Oct 31
I. & G. N.
The One Night Line
on cotton either to merchants or planter.
hfM for instructions.
rate of per rent per annum Make U3
to you the advantage of chipping your
sent free upon request.
ALL & CO.
:'. M..ri:i; wind -mi imnlnarv prop"s -tOT-
U vi ry iH"-t!T;HTiii s igge-ts t !a t
ia ..r'lr tu n.akf linn academic tussb- ;
s.-ivt va1-:- i:er-:ift.T. the -.in:;i. r- :i
s'Tt't:i-!" . -nu' d-w n t't trass taks 'n
o- r : 'r-- p:-. p.-s.tt..:i- T-. tl is t'i;d th.-
t.i . mni Ni.'H.t . :ai. i tes t ! v -wcr -tar'fs
to discuss tin- !i!awtng c 'esM-ms
Sl.ai: th-- iaa rt-tditin law h1 rcpea'--!''
If so. wl " S..i sail! law hrt
a:rw-" led If so. hw
Shah i he law t a tng the grosis rei'etpts
of ce:t;im r 'tp..; iI.oti- he repealed? If
'- " S i ! -ad I a 'A b.- : aiende-l -I
S.-a!'. !if rharter fp 'aw and franchise
t;i iw t-e rept-aled - If so. r. ( " Shall
the a!.l he amend. 1' I: so. i.ow"
S? .! rlie ii.pior !:. 'aw he rV1 pea led
If . h ' Shah sin t law be amended?
If ho "
SJ;a.! the law 'a.ng insu-nn-o com-pan-.es
te rep. a'.! - If so. win Shall
satd law be amende ' If so how-
Shall th- !ntang;Oif tax hiw te re
peab.r If so why? Shall said law be
am. nnted I; s- how"
Tho-e );esTt'ns might also he taken
to heart by ti. p.ndidates tin the re pub -IKraji
State Ih ket The are shewing
oer the husks .f -rlth ism they found in
Hob UMlianis' ' amp and on the bark
trail of Die commercial secretaries but
they have offered nothing of their 'own.
the Thirty-first legislature will soon
convene. If the opponents of rhe present
fsTent laU any defjnit plan to propose
it is high time they w-re formulating
their Mens ;nto a pmirram revenue
sst-m i an t be t.-m iln without being
replaeed with something An attitude of
nitre negation wont meet the necessities
if the govrrnment The discussion has
been d fiitg so far but if there are to
he improvement made there must be
some plans nml specifications. As Mr.
l'ashiell sugg-sts. its a good time to
tome across and let the public. as wed
as th politicians have the benefit of
FIRST COURT OF APPEALS
Will Have Heavy Docket to Bepn
(H--ustcm Post Special.)
;A".VKSTi Tex ait Septemlet 25.
Tiie First ourt of apeab- will convene
in t! s it y on the first Monday in Oc-
tolr and a heavy dock' t is already wait-
ing the action of the Judges.
Tlie flings during the recess period
have been exceptionally heavy and a
r.un.lfr nf Important cases are awaltlng-th-
;; Is ion of the Judges.
Tl . fo:;.w irig cases of interest were
filed today -
I "rom Folk count y rn hppeal entitled
I t.x:-l . (iallup et al s "..imty of Iib-
triy The ae involve.- :le title to some
1" Hi r. f of sch-.o' ;and set apart to
IJUttv .ounty and to I oik and adjolu-
Ii g . ovnMe.-
St Mar s Orphan As'um of ;a!ves-
trn et fil vs. Hran h T Mastersnn et al.
Is the title of an upp.t!ed rise filed from
'iHivest'U' county. T! i" w Is the now
famous Harris will case which was lirst
br -ugr t out In the probate court in the
matter of the application to probate the
will of Judge John W Harris An appeal
was taken to the Fifty -sixth district
( ':rt which reversed the decision of the
pr--;.at-- court and refund to admit the
w:. Trora the de- tsioi . f Judg- Str-tt
th- rx vh npteal was made
The ap;-- M f the ( i i I ve: nn. Marrls-
bi.'.: ard San Anlor.io Hallway company
fr un the de isi in of Judge Hamblen oT
the Flftv fifth dlsr!et court at Houston
-o me w..'ks paf t. wherein i he court
gran'ed an injunction sought by the flal-v-t
-n and 1 1 oust on Fie n- cfmpan y
pr nthiK the railroad . ojr.pariy from in-
trfring with the electric line in placing
i. tri.sjrtf in the railroad tracks near
I I arrishurg
Hillburtoa Dies From Wounds.
(Houtton Foit Special)
hl'FKIN. Texas. Septemler 2S Roy
Hlllburton. who was -ut a few days ag
bv Fh! Newman at Keltya Front died to-
day N'-wn:an i? now In Jail awaiting an
xamir ing trial
NURS1NO MOTHERS AND MALARIA.
Th Old Standard Grovr's Tstc lew Chill
7 or. ihnvrs "ut malaria and Imilda up the
rjstrm. l or gi 'irn people and children. Mc.
HOUSTON DAILY OST:"
- -ri--rr-r rnnr r r r rifvinftrr nrrr
FORAKER IS CAUSTIC
. IN HIS EXPLANATION
(Continued from Pae On.)
the fine of CS.H0.O0. I was one of the
ubrommiue of tor 8erur EUlns
unci Clapp tt-ine the oilier members.
io ruiiskleretl that bill In tte lotwUa.le
roinmerce committee of the 'nl
nfier making such uneodmr 'Us aa In
" i' Judgment miule It more effective re-
Krt..t it ra.'i.ittl to the i- :n- .ittvc and
then to il. e s riute. where It as passed.
TRlXiK (K NONINKI.l KNCE.
I refer tu It and to tti jt.-ii.-rul ohar-a.-ter
merely to show that this legisla-
tion ulili h 1 I piped to framo and helped
to enact alnu l .Ilroctly at the Standard
nil eonipar. v anil thu other Kieat cor-
porations I. or outfit to W. r.;ivlni'ln(r
i.vlOetH-e Hat 1 was r.-n einplnved by
H. c"llipni. at that time and that I
s not Influen- e.l M Hie li-i harire of
mv puhlh- (Iocs l.y reason of the em
p.ment that iial ende! ..nK bforo
' hut t'm f tln s ;;ot Sllff.
t'" following ( rre?rM'ndcnce In
""' aihlitional pr.f. but eonrlualvo
I' I'. .i .nacter to the sjmie eff(H't
: !:ro;.rta Now York Mav 7 lr ...
V' lear .Senator In the poxxibillt v of
I. 1 a.'tsun tx-ftin brolyrht aalnM ua In
" '. ' are you In a position to accept a
K'ntner from us In ( i.e. tlon will s'irh
neuter? l.mr earlv nl will oblt-
I'll! very ifiily. J i Ac. hl.ohl
i.ci. j i hoiaker l.n Suirt nt.'i street.
U : sl.lnril. n. I ( "
Ti vvhl'-h I answered ;is follw;
J.'hn 1. Ar.-l.tMld. Ks.j . ;i l:ro:idwa
tis.'ilt.Kton I jay v W; -Mi
l'.ar Sit Mi ln . s. note have
-" tn;::tipiie.l tl:.. 1 nIU . essary to
! re entlr. iv from tl:- p. a. ti . f law
I -aic i.ot tak.n an new- employment
f ! loon tlilin two years past On th'
;' -: af well as bva is.- of v re-l(-lons
to the public ion I can not
ept a retail. et in ll.e c. ntl:-.(;eii y
name.! as I n be on kU.I t do if
i: wer. otherwise Vours very t'olv
J H Ko taker '
l"or i r. ks prior to t.t ..t. of these let-
ters the newopat ers ueie f.lled ulth :n
Ooumeinei'.ls threatening li-p companv
wn ; sen us h;iKatlon and wlt't criminal
PI KSfftltlons III the ..Urt "f i I'll
It "as In view -f these 1 1:: -en 1 nod pr.
cee.!firs that : h :-in- naiii sought
to .ti pioi me. sure! dl. n. nn.-
?ary terforri:a nee. if already employed
and lies b it rs frI.r sliow that 1
declined so. Ii .tut)lcllieiit. n n. t K tier
le.isons l.-.uis. I aevepl te
sac- . : !o..i; Ui uv relatt.ejs t.
too p:l; servi
t'ik kkahst i ett;:h.
Mr U-.um e:il at St I.oirts the fob
Hot! J H. l or 1 asi ina-t i f
"M Hroa.lwai New York I-Vbr.mrv
x- n:1!"r- AK.un. mv dear se.
II H venture t wntc .u word i.
J- 'les of ArkafiRHS U.ue DJ .
.de. t.. :r:.. ; rfr. .
. . '" "XllltiKt any lawful re
i t. " "''""I'oI.eK. etc.. -ti.rod I. .si
M 11. j ember 1 It re.-entlv M..-ms as
v..'"'K .' !!". !'!! isv'r ''' saell
VV'. If It .. ::llch Letter to
te-t j app. -ation f the Sherman law In-
L .' 'i' !s"rl"- " " m-a.sure f lis
li i' I i n '!" y"" .w'-: s" atut "
w.'rrt r I"' ''Wui t have a
orr r n u o st. Te
s i -ice still in eonimltiee with
kl:l t.-saids. very tru'.y yut3
' John li Ar -hbohl
I (ace no r tiun of having ever
r. ..-led any such Utter and a diliKeut
ear : falls to disclose anv inch letter
iii it- letter hook Hut waiving all that.
the letter shows on its face that Mr
I'Kht to address me on s--:e a 811i(.t
.cept as any cttiz-n mlRht hnve done
. h re iests are of dahy occurrence In
the experience f ver) senator If 1
ever re -..ve.l su. h a letter. InabHity
to i.nd it t r i my ar.sw - js doubt
(- -ss doe to the fa t that I simply re-
ferr.il it to th. j j.l l. iary committee for
consideration m onne tion w ith the bill.
UI1.I- NKVEHACTEI) Cl'dN.
The record shows that the bill was
never acted upon In the committee. Sen-
ator Hoar was at that time chairman of
the Judiciary committee- He lial with
1.1m on the committee such associates as
Senator I'latt of Connecticut. Senator
Fairbanks. Senator Nelson and other
men of the hushes; character to no one
f whom w.ul any n. ml.er of the sen-
ale or an) body else think of BaaKlni! a
ug!te!!..n of killing a bill r to.onsier
It in ni manner except on only Its mer
Its 1 would not deem it necessary to make
an eipiimallon for the receipt wf such a
letter if It were not for the fad that
Mr Hearst. In reading the btter con-
nected it with the following letter '
' -Jfi llroailway. NPW York. January J7
IDi'J-My Iiear Senator. Kesixnlltii t)
your favor of the Jft ti II Rives me .ens-
ure to hand yon herewith a rertlncate of
deposit fnrWtnfto In accordance with our
niidetstandlng. Your letter slates the
conditions correctly and I trust that the
transa -tion will Im su. oessfully consjin-
ina'.il Yours very truly.
"John D Arrlibohl "
Mr Hearst accompanied the reading of
these two letters t.xsel'-.r with com
lilents ( alouiated. if ml lot. 'tided to cti-
. the Impression that the one had ref-
cren'e to the other and that ll j cou-
sin ub-l evidence that 1 was. for money
lecen.d. trying to Influence legislation
!:: . on section with the views of M: Arch-
The date of the two letters when com-
pared s ow the money was sent almost
a month prior to the letter about the
.lores bill This of Itself would ( ir.l . 1 1 arl i y
I enough to disconnect the tw In the
average mind but I have already shown
In a former statement that the crtiii-
ate of deposit was sent on Av:ii.! of
l propos.-d purrhase of the Ohi. State
Journal and that th. proposition t p tr
base being abandoned it was r- turn.- I
on the fourth day of Kebruary. only
we. k after it was received.
KVFtTHKll Ci (KKKSI'ONI'KN("l-:.
The following letters show th.- entire
transaction and give all the details rt-
pt that. In accordance with the ta'k
er the telephone the amount 1" he
loaned hy Mr Archhohl was Increas.-l
explained heretofore from $.'.000 to Jmio
I'lrst In order w:im a letter of Mr Aiih-
bol.l. dated February HI. l'JCC.
New York. January HI. W? -My leai
S.-liator. Referring to our conversation
.f Inst night o er the phono after .-on
slderation. we are conflimed In the fe.-l
itig that we ought not to niake an ::- lual
ho. catmint in I '...- enterprise propose
Yc are. however willing to loan the
party $."5.0tKi. to Ik repaid In five annual
payments with Interest at & per cut.
jayabb- annually a'-d with the stock Y
ti nt.-rprlse in the proportion that this
in flint Ileal- I. the whole as collateral
The party t ! :r .- the right to anticipate
pa ments w n coot notice.
' We trust this will impress you as
being a rea-sorahle suggestion. Ve will
b ory glad Indeed to see the matter
consummated and agree with yon thor-
Highly as t'i
Its wisdom. Very truly
John I) Arcbbold
Koraker. Viui Sixteenth
Hon. J 11
Street. N- Y
XVttphlngt'iti I. t;'
Next Is riy teply of January 25.
to Mr Ar. to.old This letter followed a'
talk over tl telephone
John I Archls.hl. Ksfpilre. 36 Ilroad-
way. N.w York
"Wushlngton. I. c. January 115 19(r'
Iiear Sir. The inatt.r at Cdumbus will
be leady for colisiiiniiianllon In a few
days and met ie .sed not later than
Kehiuary 1 If on will klndty send mo
your che. k or Ne rk draft for $e.000
do which Fuc lie had promised by tele-
phone to in- tse li will turn It over
to Mr and secure y.iu from Mm
as soon as the transaction 1m closed and
the notes f the company with jour pru-
tsirtlon of t he st ... k attached as collateral
for repayment of the amount advanced.
J;.S.(i(i0 one year after day and lloi each
year thereafter until all ia paid the
whole to b-ar Interest at the rate of & psir
cent per annum payable annutrfly. This
I believe meets your views as expressed
In your last letter to me.
"If there should be anything further
that you desire to say or hare too do In
rcKard to the matter yen can i all me by
phone Main No. S-o Washington i). (
tny residence any morning until 11 o'clock
or any evening iilirr & o'( lock. Very
truly yours J. IJ Koraker."
Then come In ngular order the fol-
low lnjr: .
"New York Janucry Tl ISO! Mv Dear
Benator: Reason linn to your favor of
the 26th it gives tuc pleasure tu liud row.
ririvAAi niuvunjua-n n nrinjuir.r riajuvvrififiifry.vyycv'r
II it were not for tkii
k CMk ytf m o( or w
would be compelled to
tl in ore money for
ueh suit we bow
today in our wiodowa
on Main Street near
wbert Prairie croMts.
The price of one would be
123.00 in a "charge" ttore.
Our cash price Q AA
(theonlypr.ee) 9 1 ".Ull
A coacle of others on dis
play oald bring $20.00-;
and be worth it. Bat the
herewith certlflratt of tleposlt fnr
in Ui'cordanc wild our um.rRtandinK.
Vmir letter ataten t f r ndiliuii8 ftrreotly
and I trust the tr.i'isu timi will tve ut-
c sfully (wnsumni.M.-tl. rv ti u!y 'yours
luhn I). Anvlnld
' MtinoraUe J. B. Korukrr Waslnngton.
1' ('.' -
' Johr D. Archbol.l. 36 UnunUvay New
A"hlngrton D. Jrinuary ?S - Dear
Sir: I write to a. -Know i'1k rf-Hpt of
mir letter of The l miU -n. -ios-ire ai
staitl und to say I v. ill t'tmriiuiittvatt;
wrth tu aaln juat .-mii as id- tians-
u. ti.n ran le close! u 1 will that
TthtnK Is done ii- ni;r.-tMl u;tn Sin-
cerely thanking- you fr what you havti
di'Tir In tl.lti matter anu ussurlng ynu of
mv pi upcr aprcl;ti ion then fur I re-
main. Very truly jtn.rs etc.
"J. B ForaKir "
John I . ArrhboM. Kiulre 26 Broad -way.
"- aanlimtnii. U. f F lviiary 14 1!KC.-
M I t tr Mr. Arc..1- M 1 -ry deeply
I have to ) fmni ym that llio
pio;--til t runaflciiui. a; (ulumluis has
failed at lea? t for t ' e present. U may
m it ittl later b.i I -inubt if I shall
.ut' t tnilir about it uny moiv ll.w-
nir (hat ;i.y be i -etowllh sc:;l u
mv t'ia:ik fur your I:inines8 (n in;' mal-
lei N 'rk draft t r 6O0(A pa utile
your ui i!er as repa 'in nt of the money
iim eil by you on ' above mentioned
luvtnint K lndiy a is iow ledfte the re-
ceipt of same and oh e Yuurs etc
J. H. Koraker
If Mr 1 b-arnt had
I'.un iiik let tors. paJ '
Mr Arehh -ld of Jan
ler nf Kebruary 4 r-
he w nuitl e know n
nf deposit 'iad no ref
the Jones hill or an;
w ere near enough t.-.
time and presumabi
gettier on Hies to n.
any xearcher for fact
miss t hem ur overlont
ead ihese iv .'im-
ulnrly tiiat fr.m
" -1 anu my !-it-unlrti;
tin- m ney.
nat iho t i i nil- ale
renre whatever to
oilier bill. The
-l her in point nf
near enough to
e tl d'ffnult for
and the li'illi tu
THE OHl H I LI -8.
I'ntll now I have u . made uny state-
ment about the letters Mr. Hearst read
at Columbus from Mr Arch bold to me
da-ted March 9 1900 i i Iiiir my attention
to two bills Introduced .n the Ohio legis
lature by Mr. Pierce
raintf anythliifi a bom
ha n.n no reeollectiu'
1 let beeii iryiug to
t el veil t he idler w h
i!id on account of it.
I rate of ueti a letter
1 have delayed
:;Is letter because
on i ne s object
asceriain if I re-
1 dot wini it or
can not find any
n my files r nf
any answer in my letter book. 1 havu
lint been able to com1 tunicate with Mr.
I'lerce. who Introduced tho bills mentlon-
td. but he has stated it public interview!
that he abandoned Un buls because Ciov-orn-r
Xasli io.il hitw tliat Senator Hanna
and 1 were both oppi'.ed ti the measure
and that ve feared it niighl damage Kres-l-lent
McKinley a interests m me N a-
t mnal cam paign upon whh h we were
tnen enieVing if its rtasHiige should be in-
sist d upon.
Mr. 1'rlce s stalemeot sutS is to my
miml that In til probability 1 reierred
the letter to C.oVfinor Nasn I do not
know of any i-i:.er way. if 1 ver reced-
ed it to account for lis atSsciue from my
In any event 1 know that 1 ti-ok m ac-
tion with respect it) it nor on any other
motion with respect to any other bill peud-
ii n in the Ohio legislature at thai time
ci a I any other lime since 1 became 4
member of the senate March i iw.
In no inslai.ee since that :aie have I
nought in any way to mtluence lelslatiou
While I have occasionally heard from
Mr Archltoid during the pen--d that has
lapsed since the tenniiiHilou of my eni-
pl. jment in the early purt of do
in 't recal 1 receiving any letter f mm htm
ex. -ept- if 1 received It the o: relating
1 1 1 i he Jones bill w hlch had any re fer-
! .. to leKOlatlon pending m congress
or t any i Ming with which I had any
ial duty to perform until he wrote me
ti- letter of May 1 lot proposing a re-
tu.pioytuent with rtsiwct to '.- suits and
prosecutions threatened In Ol io
I any event he never addressed me on
any subject since iuy employ m.nf except
only as any other citizen v. 1th whom I
w ;m acquainted might have done and
there was never a suggestion from him
or f r ini anybody else that I wan under
tie slightest obligation to support or op-
pose any proposen legislation on ttehalf of
Notwlthstardlng what the president
Fa s in his answer to Mr. Ilryan of flep-len-ber
13. that 1 was the representative
;;nd champion and lefender of t-nrpora-tions
In the sn:ite. there is not a word
of truth in et.y such statement whether
made by him or anybody else.
TMK TAFT LETTKH
This lyings me to Mr. Taft's letter and
what the president has said In his com-
ment "n the same.
Now as to the lettar Itself.
It givon as the reason for Judge Taft's
hostile attitude that "he (I) haa opposed
the vital policies and principles of the
administration aid in his opposition has
yey.ed uim and magnified an important
but Incidental matter to embarrass the
administration using In this without
s. t iple a blind race prejudice to accom-
pli its imdii purpose.
I' really Is a question of political pfln-
'li respect to tills the legislature of
oh... expressed what I believe to xhe
senti-oent of the people f Ohio In a'
ii- .utlon asking tno senator to support
the ;tte bill.
Senator Koraker declined to follow this
"When the issue is whether the senator
i-li.i l hi- returned. It miist be determined
;t this is to be a repre-ientatlve form of
govi-rnment. not by the question wheth-
i he has followed his rotmetence but
bv tho queatlon which really represents
ti e prim Iples that his constituents desire
si. ported mid put into practice.'
I ills i.'iot;itbui shows that the grounds
of Mr. Taft's opposition to me are two-
tdd tie i ;.te bill nnd the Brownsville
of th.- i at.' bill Mr. Taft says of me In
bis letter enumerating the reasons why
be coi..d not aeeept an Indorsement for
the pre.1- ideiirv if coupled with an Indorse-
ment fi in. f.n- tM-nator:
' He ) ;.m opposed the vital policies and
priiK'iple ..f il e administration." and
odds hk nnMher retmon that I would not
vote foi ilie rate bill although requested
to do mo h the Ohio legffdature.
Mr. T: ft knew I iicvor opposed the pol-
icy of s ipei.islng and regulating Inter-
state roinmerce He knew that my oppo-
sition to th-- rate bill was not because I
as opposed to tb.- ginernl policy of regu-
lation nid supervisln- but only to cer-
tain clan-en. :iinong them the rate-making
clause tit d the oimuoditir s clause.
This bill ront;itik fome provisions on
account of which I disliked to vote against
It and so stated In the seiinio; but It oon-
tntned others that set?m'd to me so
vlclons thnt I
would bring up.
nens. Hufferlris' i
evils thnt did i
-oiitd not doubt that" H
ii u" not only panic. Me-
nd ' utresi. nut still other
sot tiion Meom to ba gn-
WHY 1NSTIM rTKiN'H WERE DISTtffi-
Entei taiiiii K ii im view of the measure
I studied the .id. t with vey reat
care and frit u i.en I had reached my con
clusions that it was my duty to mjr con-'
Union Bank Trust
Losab and DlacounU 302788 SS
Furniture and FKturef 32650 66
X!aah and due from other Banks. 1801878 07
II Total ..'
We take pleasure in submitting the above statement and express appreciation for the
patronage which has assisted us in the progress made.
J. S. Rice-President. H. N. Tinker Activa Vice President D. C. Dunn Cashier
W. T. Carter J. iL Rockwell andHyman Levy. Vice Presidents.
Geo. Hannpan Active Vice President. D. W. Oooley Assistant Cashier.
stitufnts and the whole country to dis-
regard the Instruction! of the unto legis-
lature most of the members of which
body had Brobably studied the questions
Involved bt very little.
I do not agree with Judge Taft that a
senator should be governed by tho legis-
lature of his State and not his tntellt-
fenoe his conscience and his Judgment.
1 think a senator who would thus yield to
put 11c clrtinor and do violence to his con-
science his Intelligence and his Judgment
wuld l unfit to represent a great com-
monwealth In the congress of the United
Without disparaging genuine morality
It can be truthfully said that less imag-
inary and professional "right ness of ac-
tion" and "moral awakening" and more
common sense In the policies of the ad-
ministration would have been letter tor
the country and would have excited less
f that opposition of which Mr. Taft's
At any rate in the presence of the de-
cision on the commodities clause an.l the
unfortunate consequences resulting from
the enforcement of the rate law to for-
eign commerce. I don't think I need make
anv apology for voting against the rate
bill: certainly I do not think It was an
offense of such a heinous character that
I should be read out of the party on ac-
count of It as Judge Taft's letter prac-
tically proposed. 1 have In mind not the
Hupping Indefinitely of adequate rail-
road construction at n time when It is
so badlv needed nor the losses amounting
to billions of dollars which have been
sustain d on account of the shrinkage In
values of nil kinds of securities but the
cmptv dinner palls and suffering families
of unemployed wage workers and the
humbler classes of iople l be found by
thousands In every section of the L'nlon.
RKSri.TS OF ROOSKVEI.TISM.
Responsibility for such results Is seri-
ous n is the first time we have had
anything lll;e It under a republican ad-
ministration. Who caused all this? Not
Providence lie has been generously in-
dulgent and kind. All our natural condi-
tions are favorable to a resumption of
ti e full st nrosi.erttv nnl vet It does not
cine. A million brlnitull dinner plls
have been kicked over. We know that
ti e policies of the republican party filled
tl.cm Whoso policies cniptt.'d them' I
am at least thankful profoundly so. that
no one lias ever charged even my bitter-
est enemies that any dinner pall lias ever
been emptied or that any wage worker
has ever lost a day s wages by reason of
any act Or speech or vote of mine. But
what manner of man Is Judge Taft. any-
how? 1 have known hint lor a great
number of years and I thought inti-
mately and yet at times 1 fell as though
1 did not know him at all.
On July 20. 1907. when he wrote the let-
ter the president publishes he was so
devoted to the trust smashing policies of
the a.irnlnlf tration that he could not cotL-s.-nt
to be made president If. as a part
of the same movement. I was to be hon-
oic.l with a re-election to the senate be-
cause of my opposition to that spe lal
1 nt itc of ' mv pollciss" nnd now. since
the Standard Oil company matter there
is manifested Hie most unusual Indigna-
tion. Apparently every man who has had any
relation to the company is to be driven
nut of put lie life If so. 1 shall probably
have a great deal of company.
(inly one month ago. when Mr. Taft
visited Middle Hash Island and Toledo he
wis the guest of Mr. (.'. T. I.wls. of the
law firm of Doyle Lewis who have
1. -en the attorneys of the Standard OH
company for many years standing next In
rank ln that relation to Mr. Virgil V.
Iialln. and when Mr. Taft had occasion
t pass tHc;r and forth between Middle
ilass Island and Toledo where 1 had
the pleasure of meeting him. he traveled
in the yacht of Mr Richardson a promi-
nent magnate of the glass trust and while
he doubtless paid his fare at least the
papers s annjjnced. when traveling from
Hot Springs to Toledo on his way to
Middle liass Island yet nevertheless he
rode In the private car of one of the offi-
cers of the road of which also Messrs.
ltoyle & lwis are attorneys What
a series of unpardonable crimes!
There 1M not seem to he any such
righteous dislike of the Standard Oil and
otner trust representti tives rankling In
the hosotn of Mr. Taft on the occasions
to which I refer tin the contrary he
acted like a good square sensible honest
minded man w ho really enjoyed the com-
pany be was keeping and the entertain-
ment he was receiving and who recog-
nlnzed. as the late Senator llanna was
accustomed to say that there were "good
trusts as well as bad." and even decent
also good people. In the employ of the
Standard Oil company ns'well na bad.
TTI K 11HOWNSV1M.K .MATTER.
As to the lirownsvllle matter Mr. Taft
As to the lirownsvllle matter Mr. Taft
says speaking of me: "He has seized
upon anl magnified an Important but
Incidental matter to embarrass the ad-
ministration using ln this without scruple
ministration using In this without scrapie
I have no way of proving what was
in my mind except by referring to
the record. Any one who reads mat will
fall to find a sentence or wor. to Justify
any such statement as Mr. Taft makes.
In view of Judge Taft's -..tatement 1
trust I may be allowed to repeat what
I have said a number of times: that in
this whole' matter. I had no revenges to
seek or personnl end to serve but waa
anxious to see that common Justice was
done to the representatives ot a noble
and loyal race every one of whom Is
by nature a republican. The colored
voters are known to Ik. more br less dis-
pleased with the action of the republican
party In not passing them relief measures
for these soldiers and many of them have
signified a purpose tn vote against Judge
Taft because of his official relation t.
the matter. And now comes the presi-
dent and publishes Judge Taft's letter...
containing his unfortunate reference td
this unfortunate case. What does he
mean? Does any one Imagine that the
president Is unable to see that he Is
rubbing a sore when he should have
brought a plaster? Does he Imagine or
can nnybody suppose that the colored
voters of this country can Ik. brought
to the support of Judge Taft by parading
in these closing days of tho campaign
Judge Taft's belittling of their grievances
by mentioning It as an "incidental mat-
ter" which has been "selxed upon and
magnified using In this without scrupple
a blind race prejudice" and then adding
the charge that all this Is done by rep-
resentatives of "law defying corpora-
tions" only to "emlrarrass the adminis-
tration" or President Roosevelt? Can
It lie possible that the' president wants
to defeat Judge Taft? That can not be:
and yet he could hardly do any other
one thing better calculated to lose Mm
In other words the Brownsville pro-
ceeding was not only all Judge Taft
said It was but In addition to being de-
signed and selfish It was prompted by
"the representatives of law defying cof
poratlons to bring discredit upon the
administration of it policy with napped
This Is worse than the president's claim
that the panle of last Ootober was pre-
iiiateoj pjr lot ox ncn mr ia .wau
111 l ' 111 ly 1 niM.ip mi
Houston texas .
Close of Business Sept.
CONDENSED OFFICIAL 8TATEMENT OF
of Houston Texas
at close ot business September S 908
Loans and discounts
Vnlted Htatea bonds
Premium on United States bonds
Other bonds securities etc
Furniture and fixtures..
Cash on band and with banks
Reserve for taxes .
Not given for bonds for new currency Delng printed.
The above statement Is correct.
Reserve 62 per cent.
Cea4eas t)wr Stalesieal el
THE LUMBERMANS NATIONAL BANK
-ia we .wptro.ivr vi vvriKT is
Loans and discounts H.19S.589 39
Bills of exchange KH2.612.66
United States bonds and
Other bonds and stocks 900 .00
Furniture and fixtures 33.017.42
Redemption fund 6.(100 00
Cash ln vault and with
Opened May 1. 1)7.
INVISIBLE BIFOCALS. OR
AIR 18 NO PURER than Kryptok Invisible Bifocals; there are no "llnea"
hovering before the eyes: no clouded glass or untidy cement; nothing but pure
crystal. Kryptoks give the result of two lenses without visible lines to mark
the division of the two sights. We delight in showing our patrons and friends
this magnificent piece of workmanship.
H. F. COHEN Prop. TEXA8 OPTICAL CO. 602 Main St.
He Can't Make Dough Like Father Used (o Make
because He Don't Keep His
HOUSTON CAR WHEgL and MACHINE CO.
street who wanted to bankrupt them-
selves and the .whole country that they
might discredit mm; und worse1 even
than the story tht those same men
raised a fund of five mlllun dollars with
which to prevent him from naming bis
chosen successor. I happen to know
lietter than anyone else can know that
there Is not the slightest ground for
such a" charge. It Is an Invention pure
and simple; and. Judging by the fre-
quency with which the president Is bring-
ing the rnatter to the front born of thnt
dlsiiulet which Cornea to the conscience
when there Is- consciousness of having
done a great wrong.
Kxcepl only the Brownsville matter
the rate bill and the Joint statehood I
voted for all the measures the president
enumerated and the achievements of his
administration and some of them I was
In charge of on the floor of the senate
when they were passed.
If. in making this defense. I have said
anything which will work the slightest
Injury to the republican party I shall
regret but 1 shall always feel that those
who have no conslderaUon for me my
family or good name but would gloatingly
rejoice If they could ace.tmpllHh tha
shame and humiliation they have at-
tempted are not entitled to- any con-
sideration at my hands and that my duty
to the party should be subordinated to
duty to my family and the good name I
have striven to make that I may leave
It to them as their heritage more price-
less In their estimation than anything
else within my power to-give them.
.i l i ii j ";!J
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23. 1908 ey "" ' .
' LIABILITIES. .
ProflU 24728 65
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F. W. VAUQIIAN. Cashier.
cwe at oesiosss wtwtiaar sepfc WO.
Capital stock I400.000.01
Undivided profits 21827.31
Dividends jnpald 196 03
Reserved for taxes 7000 00
llllls payable 10Q.0O0 to
paid 6 per cent (324000).
CAR AND NEAR SEEINfl GllssEs.
Obtains. John H. Bpellman V. 8. Patent
Attorney jo Stewart Building. Houston
Taa. Write me for patent literature.
Twalva yaars' experience. Experience
munU. I am a lawyer and a Registered
906 Franklin Are.
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