The Houston Post. (Houston, Tex.), Vol. 24, Ed. 1 Saturday, September 26, 1908 Page: 3 of 14
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REDS TAKE TWO
RUNS ARE MANY
Giants Lose Both Ends of Double-
Header to Cincinnati.
Ooe-Slded Scores Characterize In-
door Baseball Games.
Tax Commissioner Dashlell An-
swers Commercial Body.
HE SUGGESTS DISCUSSIONS
Sames Actual and Practical Tax
Problems That Might Be Taken
Up Speaks of Erroneous
To thb Edito :
I have read the article on taxation whlcu
appeared In The Post on September 2i
tiubltshed under the direction of the
Texas Commercial Secretaries associa-
tion. Intelligent discussion of any pun-
He question Is always in order but I qc
little practice Rood to be aocomulinh jdV
by making straw .men for the purpose
of knocking them down. The writer of
Bald article asserts that "It is claimed for
full rendition that 11 has decreased the
ad valorem tax rate to the desirable
level of tA4 cents on the 1100 of property
of valuation." and he then proceeds la
a column article to contradict the said
No niemtwr of the present administra-
tion or any of its Irlcnds or representa-
tives has ever within my knowledge
made any such claim; on the contrary
It was persistently urged during the last
primary campaign and prior therein
that the reduction In the State ad valorem
tax rate was and would be due not only
to an increase in valuations but also to
a marked increase In the receipts from
other sources of revenue.
Governor Campbell in his openlnf
Speech at Ierrell. which was printed
circulated throughout the State dis-
tinctly assertea that the Increase in
charter fees franchise taxes gross re-
ceipt taxes end liquor licenses etc.. un-
der the laws passed by the Thirtieth
legislature would render It unnecessary
to collect more than a W.BUO.OOO from the
ad valorem taxpayers for the support
of the State government for 1908; and
that the Increased revenue from these
special taxes together witli the increase
In taxable valuations would enable the.
automatic tax board to materially re-
duce the State ad valorem and State
chool tax rates.
1 have never heard a man in or out of
Texas In print or by wortl of mouth
claim that the reduction in the State tax
rate was duenllrely and Exclusively to
the lull rendition law. and the writer of
the article referred to demolishes at
least to his own satisfaction a claim
that has never been made.
SOME ERRONEOUS INFERENCES.
But ven in quixotic discussions errone-
ous Inferences should be avoided. To
Illustrate: The writer of the aforesaid
article. In explaining tax rate education
asserts that "there was no session of the
legislature in 1906. hb in 1907. and in con-
sequence the decrease In government ex-
pense for 1908 was $77O0OO. This state-
ment will create the Impression on the
mind of the ordinary reader that the
expenses of the legislature in 1907
amounted to J77O.00O. when In truth and
In fact the total expenses of the legis-
lature In 11107 were less than 1190.000.
There axe however plenty of actual
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GET THE GENUINE
and practical tax problems to which tho
attention of the Interested citizen might
he directed without diverting his mind
with solemn and long winded refutations
of Imaginary propositions. I Buggest to
the Commercial Secretaries' association
a candid discussion of the following ques-
tions: Shall the full rendition law be re-
pealed' If so win? Shall said law be
amended? If so. now?
Shall the law taxing the gross receipts
of certain corporations he repealed'' If
so. why? Shall said law be amended?
If so. how?
Shall the charter fee law and franchise
tax law be repealed? If so why? Shall
said law be amended? If so. how?
Shall the liquor license law be repealed?
If fo. why? Shall said law be amended?
If so how ?
Shall the law taxing Insurance com-
panies be repealed? If so. why? Shall
said law be amended? It so. how?
Shall the Intangible asset tax law be re-
pealed? If so. why? Shall said law be
amended? If so how?
The time for "mouthing around." for
"knocking" on these propositions is past.
The Thirty-first legislature will soon ran-
vehe. If the commercial secretaries have
a definite plan of taxation will they give
the people and the administration the
benefit of It? L. T. 1AS1UELL.
Austin Texas Sept. 24.
DAILY WEATHEB BULLETIN.
FOR THE COTTON REGION.
For the twenty-four hours ending at S
a. m.. 75th meridian time Friday. Sep-
Rain- State of
Abilene (a b)... 90
Cor. Christl (a) Sfi
Fort Worth (a) !
Nacogdoches ... 82
Palestine (a)... 82
Paris (b) 88
Ban Antonio (a) 90
San Marcos 87
Taylor (a) 8i
"Waxahachle ... 90
Weatherford .. 88
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(a) Minimum temperature for twelva
hours ending at 8 a n (l) Not Included
Central Stations Temieratire. Raln-
stations report g Max Mln. fan.
Atlanta 13 86 62 .00
Augusta .... 11 R 64 .00
Charleston 5 82 i.s .oo
Galveston SO 88 :i 02
Uttle Rock 16 M 6i .24
Memphis 16 N6 64 .01
Mobile 88 (W .00
Montgomery 10 86 66 .02
New Orleans ... IS 84 t .28
Oklahoma City.. 10 84 62 . 02
Savannah 18 86 68 .18
Vlckshurg IS 86 6S .02
Wilmington 10 84 62 .00
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NEW YORK'S APPEAL
PRESIDENT HARRY PULLIAM OF
THE NATIONAL LEAGUE
Issues a Statement Clarifying; the
Muddled Condition Regarding: De-
cision Over Wednesday's Gams.
(Associaltil Press Reptrl.)
NEW YORK. September 26. President
Harry C. Pulllam of the National Ijeague
Issued a statement this afternoon clari-
fying the more or less muddled condition
regarding the cclebrRted game of Wed-
nesday between New York and Chicago
baseball clubs. . The statement does not
show that Chicago has made any claim
so far as President Pulllam is concerned
of a forfeited game on Thursday but
that the only report so far is the an-
nouncement that Wednesday's score was
a tie and there is a formal notice by the
New York club that It will appeal from
the decision. President Pulllam's an-
nouncement follows In full:
"In view of the great Interest and con-
stant inquiry by telegraph and letter to
this office regarding the exact status of
the New Vk-Chlcago gHmc of Septem-
ber 23. 1 desire to make this statement:
The umpires In charge of the contest
filed their written reports at National
league headquarters on September 23
stating that ti e New York-Chicago game
of Suptemher 23 resulted in a tie score.
The report of the umpires was accepted
in the usual manner without prejudice to
the Iniercsls of cither club.
"I'ndcr the constitution of the National
League either club has a right to appeal
from the decision of the umpires within
five days of the date of the game. The
New York club on this date has notified
this office that It has appealed from the
d.olslon of the umpires.
"In compliance with the provision oC
section 22 of the National league consti-
tution the protest of the New York club
when received will be submitted to the
Chicago club and that club has five days
within which to file an answer If It so
desires. The same procedure will pre-
vail In the event that the Chicago club
protests the decision of the umpires.
"When the ca.se is made up a decision
on the facts and evidence will be ren-
dered hv the president of the league
which decision is sought to appeal with-
in five days to the hoard of directors
whose decision Is final.
"Harry C. Pulllam."
RACING AT SAN ANTONIO.
Entries for the Opening; Day of the
(AssO'-uitrd Press Report.)
SAN ANTONIO Texas. Sept. 25. The
.following are the entries for tomorrow's
races at the San Antonio International
First race six and a half furlonirs (sell-
ing! Neptune 1'9. Advise 109 McGregor
10.1. Pepper llox 109. Little George 109.
Hell Flower 98. Snakewoisl 108 The Four
Hundred 109. 'Katherme Murphy 98.
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2-year-old Excelsls 113 IJoyd 113 Mar-
jory 110 Lyle 110 Omt Nohle 110. Rotary
110. Nolle 110 Cedar I'dge 110. Dr. Dow-
ney 110. Doll Maker 110. Sir Harrla 110 Jim
Third race four and a half furlongs
Dr Mack 112. Wenola 103. Dan Home
109. Hiram 109. Arch Oldham 112. Bertha
E 109. Itan h9. Kublola 109 Dr. Btoval
lM. Wahoo 103.
Fourth race six and a half furlongs
(selling) Bert Mont 1"9. May Rowe 109.
Miss Topsy 104. Reticent 1" Aunt
Tabltha 109. No Quarter 104. Ed Tracey
109. Florence N 103. John Garner 109.
Fifth race seven furlongs (selllng 'Be-
witched 94 'Mary Candelmaa 96. 'Daring
97 'Hancock 94 Hands Around 103. Belle
Scott 103. Grenade 103. Crafty 99. 'Asso-
ciate 94. Himalaya 1. O O. Parker 102.
llHdur 99. Snow Ball lol.
Sixth race four furlongs maiden 2-year-old
Joe Little August 113 Spite 110. Mrs.
Blanigan 110 Patron 110. Helen Kidder 110.
Gus Counlot 110. Canlquo 110 Miss Beau-
mont 110. Engraver 110 Joe Howell 113.
Dr. Mcl-eod 118.
Results at Gravesend.
(Attociattd Press Report.)
GRAVES END NY.. September
Five and a half furlongs handicap-
Foot Pad Wise Mason Fashion Plate.
Time 1 06 4-5.
Mile and a sixteenth Saylor Mumbassa'
Okentte. Time 1:48
About six furlongs Killle Creen Prac-
tical. Hill Top Time 1:10 3-5.
Mile and a quarter handicap First One
Klllle ( rankle. Dandelion. Time 2:06.
Six furlongs. selling Hoseben. Star
(rowan Saracaineuca. Time 1:09.
Mile and a sixteenth selling Jueen of
the Hills Cnaplet. Florence II. Time
Races at Lexington.
(Astoriateil Press Report.
LEXINGTON. Ky. September 25.
Six furlongs selling Sneff. Ornamosa
Zapape. Time 1:1C.
Six furlongs-W T Overton. Sky liana.
Six furlons Gilding Belle. Mabel
Henry. Semproni Time 1:14 4 6
Seven nnd a half furlongs selling Dark
Night. Margaret T. Agnes Wood. Time
1 33 4-5.
Mile selling-Heine llartlng Mary Orr.
Time 1:40 4-5.
Races at Columbus Ohio.
COH'MBl'S. Ohio Sept. 25 Summary :
Hoster-Columhns consolation 2:16 trot-
San Fruncisco Red Cross Nancy Royce.
Best time. 2:07V
2:06 cjass pace-Alleen Wilson Lady
Maud C. Jennie W !st time 2:02".
2:12 class trot 1-ady Juies I ma rest
Blnvolo. Heat time. 2 07V4.
2 IS class pace first division (unfin-
ished) Easter I.llv. two heats; Anita
Miss IVeler. Best time. 2 0V
2:13 pace second division tunflnlshed
uiamon.i King. iurnngtnn .viuid
der Jr. Best tune. 2 0714.
Frank D. Robison Dead.
(Associated Press Report.)
CLEVELAND. Ohio. September 26.
Frank D Robison. owner of the St.
Louis National baseball team street car
promoter and capitalist died suddenly
at his home here totdght.
- ii N imss
CUBS IN SECOND PLACE
Chicago'! Victory Over Brooklyn
While Pittsburg- and Boston
Break Even Advance Them.
Within 1 Point of Leaders.
Club Played. Won. Lost. P C
New York 140 18 62 S
Chicago 146 91 64 828
Pittsburg- 14 91 66
Philadelphia 139 76 64 K
Cincinnati 143 6S 74 483
Boston 144 62 82 31
Brooklyn 142 48 94 888
fit. Louis 143 47 9 129
Associated Prett Report.
NEW YORK September 26 The Cin-
cinnati team knocked out of the box at
the Polo grounds today two of New
York's new pitchers and gave the locals
a double-header set back which with
the other results of the day leaves New
York but a single point of margin In the
pennant race. The pitchers who proved
powerless to keep down the visitors' runs
were Marquard the acquisition from the
Indianapolis club who was retired from
the box In the fifth Inning- of the flat
fame after five runs had been scored by
Cincinnati and Durham whose work In
the box was of good quality but who
soon lost effectiveness and was relieved
In the eighth after two more runs had
been scored by the visitors.
New York lost the second game through
Inability td connect consecutively with
Dubec's offerings while McGlnnlty was
knocked out of the box In the second
Inning when the visitors crossed the plate
tour times. Crandall finished the game.
Cincinnati fielded clearly and at times
brilliantly while New York's work In
the field was far below Its usual form.
Score First game HUE!
Cincinnati MO 090 8007 10 I
New York 000.010 0001 6 1
Spade and Bchlel; Marquard Durham
Taylor and Bresnahan.
Score Second game R H R
Cincinnati 040 100 000-6 IS 0
New York 000 110 0002 10 t
Dubec and McLean; McGlnnlty Cran-
dall and Bresnahan.
(Associated Press Report.
BOSTON September 2B. Pittsburg and
Boston divided a double header today
Boston winning the first and the visitors
taking the second. In the first Ferguson
and Maddox were the opposing pitchers
and both performed well. The locals
scored the first run In the second on a
single by Stemb. a foul to Ulbson on
which Stemb took second and Lech's
error. Bates' hit over right field fence
for the second run. Pittsburg's only tally
was the result of an error by Daheln.
in the second Chappelle who started
to pitch for the locals was off lorni
and was taken out In the second after
Pittsburg: had scored three runs.
Score First game B H B
Boston 010 001 00 J 6 4
Pittsburg 000 000 plO 1 4 1
Ferguson and Smith; Maddox and Ulb-
son. Score Second game R H b
Pittsburg 121 000 200- 11 S
Boston 010 060 0001 I 6
Lelfleld and- Gibson;
Carthy and Bowerman.
(Associated Press Report.)
BROOKLYN September 25. Chlcagd
won today's game from the locals by
making a strong finish. The teams
fought on even terms for six Innings
Hummell scoring In the first with a
home run drive to deep center and Chance
getting around for Chicago In the second
on his hit a steal and Tinker's single.
After that Overall was Invincible while
Score R H B
Chicago 010 000 11S-6 0
Brooklyn 100 000 0001 I 1
Overall and KUng; Rucker and Fanner.
(Associated Press Report.)
PHILADELPHIA September 26. The
locals today knocked Lush out of the
box In the first Inning and also took
kindly to Bailee's curves.
St. Louis 100 000 000 1 6
Philadelphia 700 013 00 11 13 0
Lush Hal lee and Bliss; McQutllen and
The American League.
Club Played. Won. Losi. P.O.
Cleveland 146 83 62 673
Detroit 142 81 61 670
Chicago 143 81 62 68
St. Louis 142 79 68 i'
Boston 142 6!) 73 486
Philadelphia 141 66 76 461
Washington 139 62 77 446
New York 140 47 93 836
THE TIGERS WIN BOTH GAMES.
Boatman's Homer in Tenth Gives
Second Victory Over Athletics.
(Associated Press Report.)
DETROIT. September 26. Summers
pitched both games"Tor Detroit and made
his record of seven consecutive victories)
over Philadelphia. Detroit ran the bases
In sensational style In the first game and
this with hunched hits decided It. The
second was a great pitchers' battle de-
cided by Kossman's home run In the
tenth. Hummers gave one hit and no
passes In the regular nine Innings.
Score First game HUB
Detroit 100 mo 15-7 8 I
Philadelphia 100 001 0002 6 I
Summers and Schmidt; Kellogg and
Score Second game RUB
Detroit 000 000 0t 1 I 4 1
Philadelphia 000 000 00 00 1
Summers and Schmidt; Schlltzer and
(Associated Press Report.)
ST. LOUIS. September 25 Boston de-
feated" St. IamiIs In the second game of
the series. Four Infield hits coupled with
two errors gave Boston three runs m
St. IouH 000 000 010-1 6 2
Boston 000 030 000 -3 8
Powell Pelty and Spencer; 8teele and
(Associated Press Report.)
CLEVELAND September 25. Washing-
ton again defeated Cleveland today.
Wltherup pitched great ball especially
with men on bases and fanned eight
Ch.-ch was even more effective than
Wltherup until the ninth when he weak-
ened Then five hits errors by Chech
und Ooode nnd Bradley's error In Judg-
ment resulted In five runs for Washing-
ton. Score K H B
Cleveland 000 OKI 0011 7 3
Washington 000 000 106-6 9 1
Cheih and Bemin Wltherup and Street.
LARGEST SQUAD IS HISTORY
Some Premising Material on the
Field at Austin.
(Hourton Pott Special.)
Al"BTIN. Texas September 25-The
lare;ea football squad In Texas history
reported this afternoon a total of sev-
enty men. C. C. McNeil of Washington
1-fe university will aastst on the coach-
ing line he being the Young Men s
christian Association secretary here.
Home hlg men are coming out and pros-
pect are looking up. An effort Is be-
ing made here to get a round trip rnte
of 11 00 for the Houston trip to see the
Agricultural and Mechanical game No-
vember . and It the. rat la secured 709
wmnuw wm .
stuaenia win aitaao.
ELEPHANTS BEAT GOATS
White Pachyderms Pile Tip a Total
of Twenty-Five Eons Bovine
Contingent Tramples Upon
the Festive Felines.
The first game In the Menagerie Indoor
Baseball league last night was between
the White Elephants and the Billy Goats.
The fun started at 8:01 with Booth at bat
but he was forced to take a back seat by
being put out on first. Ray Coddon the
smiling ex-Kandy Kid. was robbed of a
bit by Btg; Charlie nabbing it with one
hand. "Papa" took the stick next and
knowing all the crowd especially the fair
ones expected big things of him slapped
out a two Backer Into the gallery but It
didn't do him much good because the
next man up went out on the first ball
thrown. The Billy Goats started to bat
with Nltze heading the list and ha suc-
ceeded in hitting a little popup to the
right shortstop. Qulnn got up and
knocked a single and crossed the home
plate before the third out was made. Af-
ter the first inning the Elephants had
it all their way. "Smiles" made a star
play by stealing home while the ball waa
passed from shortstop to pitcher. Wicks
brought down the house when he made a
sensational one hand pickup of Potthoffa
hit and threw him out at first. The game
ended with a score of 26 to 4 In favor of
the Elephaals. "Papa" was heard to re-
mark after the game that he wished they
had given him a little practice anyway.
8TBBRB BEAT THB TOM CATS.
The second game between the Texas
Steers and the Tom Oats waa a much
mora Interesting game being fairly olose
throughout The Cats tried their beat
to be lucky In the drawing of the sube.
to get EXhert who Is one of the beat
catchers In the league but luck waa
against them therefore their weakest
point waa behind the bat. "Bocletjr"
Herndon did very well but he haan't had
enough practice with the Indoor ball and
Griffith Is no easy twlrler to hold. Reloh-
man changed placed with "Society" In the
fourth inning and did fully as well aa
Herndon. Magarlty and Wells with tha
assistance of Wells' mouth as usual
made a very strong battery. Griffith
made a record by being at bat three Umea
and getting three hits two of them being
The finishing games In the league will
be played off next week and the teams
that play will be announced later.
White Elephants AB R BH PO A
Uootn c 8 6 6 11
R. Caddon rf 6 2 2 0
liardcastle p 6 2 S 0
Rooke ss 6 2 3 0
Lusk. 3b 5 2 11
Votthoff. rs 6 12 1
Berrello. If 6 S 3 0
l)e Trlvllle cf 6 3 2 0
Werner lb 6 12 8
Vagner. 2b 6 4 3 0
..63 26 26
AB R BH PO
Totals . . j 24 4 4 U 1 IS
White Elephants ...1 0M 131 10 29
Hits 146 132 10 24
Billy Goats 101 Oil 0 4
Hits 101 002 04
Summary: Two-base hits. Booth Hard-
castle 2 Rooke Berrelo De Trlvilla.
Oulnn. Werner; struck out by Hardcastle
IS Nltse 1; base on balls by Hardcastle
2 by Nltxe 1- first base on errors Whita
Elephants 8 Billy Goats 1. Time of gam.
62 minutes. Umpire. Jeffries and Dwyar.
Texas Steers AB R BH PO A
Wells c 4 3 2 10 6
Orem la 4 2 0 0 4
Elhert. tb 4 2 10 0
Dattner lb 4 0 1 7 4)
Megarlty p 3 0 0 0 0
Dunley rs 3 110 1
Gillette. If 8 12 10
Handy rf 3 0 0 1 0
Eubank cf 3 0 10 0
Booth 2b S 0 0 3 0
Totals 31 11 11 10
A3 R BH PO A
Retchart If I 0 0 0 0
Harlan cf 1 0 0 0 0
Dattner Is 3 1 1 0 S
Griffith p 113 0 1
Nau 2b 10 110
Lumls lb 10 0 10
Jackson rs 1110 1
iRelchman lb 1 0 0 6 1
Herndon a 2 0 15 1
Schenberger rf 2 0 0 1 0
J 8 21 U 7
112 m 111
110 231 1-.
200 010 0 S
Hits 310 022 0 a
Two-base hits Giimth 2. Jackson.
Struck out By Mngarlty 12 by Orlf-
Base on balls Off Griffith 1.
Left on bases Texas Steers 2. Tom
Time of game Forty-five minutes.
I'mplre Mr. Jeffries.
A LOUISIANA LEAGUE.
Proposed to Hake Up a Six-Club Or-
ganization. (Houston Post Special.)
LAKE CHARLES. La.. September 26.
There is strong talk of a new Louisiana
State hasehall association to be organ-
lied before next season. Those who are
Interested In the sport are already plan-
ning the now league and a most opti-
mistic view of conditions presents Itself.
The plan now being discusned is to make
the new league strictly a State affair.
The Idea Is to Include Shreveport. Mon-
roe. Alexandria. Baton Rouge Lake-
Charles and New Orleans. In the latter
city a minor league team can operate
provided the dates do not conflict with
those of the Southern league. It Is a
well known fact that the Shreveport fans
are not content to stay In the Texas
league and the Teiaa league- Is said to
he very anxious to supplant Shreveport
with the Temple club.
THE FIRST FOOTBALL GAME.
Simmons Defeated Daniel Baker in
a Fast Game.
(Houston Post Special.)
ABILENE. Texas. September 25 In
one of the fastest and best football games
ever witnessed In this section of the State
Simmons l-ollege defeated Daniel Baker
college at the fair grounds this morning
hv a score of 6 to 0. The teams were
evenlv matched both In weight and speed.
avetaRing iou pounas in weig
ht. and they
have both .lad about the
A COLD WAVE
In the Near Future Is Probability
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OALVE8TON. Texas. Sept. K. Dr.
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the possible approach of machlv
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by the weather map issued this mjorninsi
"It Is possible the bis; 'hlsb' or oold
wave wnich is sweeDina the nortnn
will come south to the extant of civ
South Texas cooler weather In a dav
two. but It Is hardly probable that It will
materially ariect tne guir ooast. Tna
mixing ot the cold at with tha
air from the 'low' which Is canter ova a
Pueoio mis morning Is causing rains In
advance 01 tne cold warn moving sout
by enst from the Rocky mountain slop
"Heavy snow was reported this moraln
kit Havre. In Northern Montana where th
fall vas aoout rive inches ; also at Mils
ny in southeast Montana wnera ne
in middle Wst Montana where- thai .
ground was covered to a depth of aboufl
"An area of high barometer and low tern
perature extended over a large Motion oS
the northwest with frecslng weather axj
tending as far south and even belowt -Wlnneroucea
Nov. where the thennome4
ter registered M degrees or eight below' 'V
treating. At Spokane In eastern Waahw'j1
lngton. It waa SO degrees or two below . '
freeilng. The cold wave is accompanied
by snow and some wintry winds lislnC
to a velocity of forty miles an hour." 'j
There Is some Indication according tSV?.
Dr. Bunnemeyer's deductions that ths !AV
gulf coast will get some rain and perhaps j
a drop of a few degrees In temperature ssJ (..
tne coio wave muvee souinwara aacn
drives tha "low" which hangs lust asoW .-
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weather bureau and meteorological eondM ?
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The Houston Post. (Houston, Tex.), Vol. 24, Ed. 1 Saturday, September 26, 1908, newspaper, September 26, 1908; Houston, Texas. (https://texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth605493/m1/3/: accessed April 25, 2019), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, https://texashistory.unt.edu; .