The Houston Post. (Houston, Tex.), Vol. 25, Ed. 1 Thursday, June 10, 1909 Page: 2 of 16
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HOUSTON DAILY fCSTi THURSDAY MORNING. JUNE 101909.
1n ami t-ft summer fabric.
ji!s:n v lut . ' art'l tho funrios you)
Mo eve length 'S to So
$17 $1.50 to $3
rproni eMimnier fabrics in Lisle
3-i!bnpc:-n. Nainsook Indian Crvp
: t si twos full or knee
50c 75c $1 up
Those fOATLESS SlPPKNnKRS
ani IT'.iFi 'HATKP GARTKKS ara
(rood t.lincs for tot days.
CARTHKS 2ac and 50c
Nashville ar1 Chattanooga received
'aranerinfr votes. As soon as It became
Sappa-rit thai Mobile had won there wan
a. scramble to rt into the hand wagoa
and the choieo was made unanimous.
EV.WS' ELECTION- fXANIMOrS.
t General Evans' re-election likewise was
; made unanimous and the convention set-
' tied Its differences adjourning to tho
'tune of "Dixie.' the delegates cheering
' laughing crying and even hugging one
The weather tonight continues fri&ht-
' fully hot and oppressive. Muny division
' tTmnnandtr declare that should as hot
weather lontinue tomorrow they will
withdraw their command from the pa-
rade rather than risk the lives of their
old soldiers in the deadly beat.
TOREENT THE0TTGH CANAL.
Ships Were Washed Away When.
.4 Locks Were Broken.
k ' .4.'.-ic:i P'css Ftprrt.
SAVLT PTE. MARJi:. Mi.-h. June !V
With all tho iveic'.t of Lake Superior be-
hind it a:i lir.evern1'! torrent of ivau-r
rushes ten:ffht through the $l.'v ''
Biidian oan.l built to (.any vessels
round ir.e im Finable rapid? f St.
Hary's river. The entire fall of approx-
imately twenty foot is c n- entrated on
tbe lock. wh''h whs wrecked today wl.eu
the steamer rmy Li. Walker of the Gil-
christ fleet. liiinme'i " or tow thrcugli the
lower gate. Th canal this evening p-e-ent
a tro:i: r.clnus .pt" tacle. including
two waterfall-- rv1 a c:tnt whirlpool.
The upper par-s were opened w!:n the
WaJkei ; i open t'te iowr jeMic and
the tremendous rwc of the rapids .s
given instant play Th steamer Asui-
itxia a r g anadian Pacific pas.-enger
liner m-xT-i "ithir t;e lock chamber
was torn away Ridirj: on the crest of
the fiord .Mi jamri .-l the Walker from
her rati: the AMlnlria's port anchor
ripping a h. 1- in the Waiker's side.
The ore-'ddn steamer "rearer t i'y of
the Piv.sb'i-E: Steam? Mp company. whl h
was just entering the locks from lak
Buperir-r w' t r t!:e a.-i. ident occuvrd was
wept dovw. strranv h"- overtook The
Assiniboia ar: t:t: k th latter two
Klanrlnc v'''i. having a ereat 1jo(p trn
in her si'iv sh-- pnsr j t:ie broken
lower g:u T::- auixrtt and twedH
aer to t!;- Ari1: an 'nf-. w'rp sh sank.
Both the 'j:-Tr pate.- of t'ir o k and
oneIower pa:- v e: wrenched fi'-m t!.e:r
moo'rlnp. T . ove;- p-at sti'l h- 'is to-
lls fastenirc. twisted ard Vrkn In twj.
The lo t " t"; f.'a nadiar jro'ernment
Will probablv raj-. $jS-Vm and the dam-
age to the "res -n; Citv is estiniated at
TO TAKE PASTEUB TKEATMENT
Brain of Dog Which Attacked Rich-
Tnond People Showed Hydrophobia
(H . fr. P:st Srenl.)
RICHMOND Texas. June ? The rela-
tives oi M. M I a ixmery who left P.m-
4ay for t'-.e Pa.;eur institute at Austin
with his son. T! f- rucro man ani nogresg.
WHO were MTten i a dog s innose.1 to
have ra'p re vr.
dftjr sayinp t'.
had been eya::
that it show. .1
and the part in-
take t'ne t
peeted back t:
th- tra:n ff the dnsr
A am it way foun.l
r.itms of !.yrtrophob;a
l":t'-'-'. would have to
ne w " left Rir!
1 N''' M-xio
wek to again
Mn. r. I". stew a
yesterday to sr-l
w-r-nt to Kendlotnn
GBJCJJTJATED WITH HONORS.
Two Houston Boys Return From
; Boston With Their Degrees.
' BOSTO.V. Mass. Jin. --Two Ho'js-
tonians are amone th caovutes of the
Massachusetts Ins'itiif Tfci r.-r.z- .
Arthur E. Haitwe!! ri Fi. ;).-;. m
lieiuelbenc- Botn v.i-nt- vy. ;-rn.-ii hv.'
ntade a apeoial stU'iv n ..am .-al en-
alneerinjr and Mr. IT-my. w
(leemed tl.e '? in 1 1 . i'-Tn-rit. Hj
made a decidedly good ;ini.T( ssi.. n tv ni
PAINT YOUR BARNS AND FENCES WITH
C'jsld water paint stick; closer than a brother. Suitable either for a primer
With lead and oil for Becond coat or for one or two coats of fndefiMo only.
Costs About 14 Price of Lead and Oil
HOUSTON PAINT COMPANY
H ALL PAFEK AND PAINTS
51.00 Per Gallon Delivered
Tickets good to Re-
turn until Oct. 31
VI AT O f 1T
217 MAIN M. L. MORRIS Agent Km
GOSSIP IN THE TRIAL
ST0EY BACK OF KILLING
GO0DE BY MAYFIELD
Charles Jffayfield and Young Wo-
man Were Sweethearts The
iHcus'rn f ft Vrvr.i.'.i
SAN AN'TONIO T- xas June l -Ta. k
of the killing of J. . r.oode at Kan.fi
City in 19. by the MaM'it-M brcti i :s a' .I
bat k of il.v kinii.g of t!-.e Ma lild
father by doode m July. 1. ho- i
iio;y. ah tifvrloped m t..r Maf!'id n: u
in the Thirt .--vci'.li .itr t court
evening t'harle Malicli. now o: ti.u
charged with murder. and a pr't;v
Karnes county g:i w!.o is un.niiMied a-i
a witness in the case a;e ti e :cid:uii
Hints of this cause cropped o'it :n -
era! bits of cross-examination today. b::t
!t was not until the def. nsc. hve in f."
afternoon put C L Bed cui.nty a: tor-
ney of Karnes t-ounty on the stand a".d
the State objected at once to a".v ien-
mony he might give that the stoi y if
came outlined before the cojrt. i'P'ii
ohjeotlon by the State that tet ::n ' iv
of the character which the dffens" or.'. I
probably introduce trom Hell ha 1
place in the case the court oMet'd tj.e
jury withdraw n until t l:e p i:it c v.i:J
argued. After hearing a t.tl:M at:d
argument n the iniroilmtion t
tion of the testimony. th matt
not be completed before adj i;"t:
day and the court defem d
:-.t t -
the point until tomorrow m -rmr.:.
Charles MayfieM. the mar. ?: t:U:.
and a young woman if Karros City
have been sweethearts fo: vrx ar-t
are engaged to be married m-rd:ng to
tlie statement of the store wli h Attor-
ney Pi own for the def n?o ga tb
court after the jury had beer- :t!-.'rrtwr.
Mr. Brown o-itllned th.e tros-ip t' ;it is
alleged to have rMJlted i' T h-e ki !inr
of the elder Mavfiold by ;o.-.dc m Ju.y.
K6. 'loode was a-'quitted In i .s trial
that followed The f ud t -.at r. s-ilt. d i i
the death of rjo.de had it :n en'.'Vi 1!
this gossip that Mr. Rrown t-d i-e eo' rt
about In the absence of i: rv
contended that withoat a f : l hearing
the whole storv tie jurv u :d ie :;:aK.-
fairly to judge the Klihr c of J. c. Good
by the Mayfild hoys
"If you allow- the defense to 'nject this
Into the case.'" olN -"od Attorney Bako
In arg-ulng the pomi "it tak ono
solid month to try this -a- W wi'J
lave to get a!: Karnes ty here as wit-
nesses and more te-Timoiv wi! he 'n-
trodueed tlisn v as e. er ii.troduced in a
iase In Bexar count v."
Save f'T the in.-i.'v:nn of the s-and!
siury in ir.o ase x te:-ti:n'ip drve'op'-d
few new fa ts before t;:e T'io de
fense continued with fti'nt r-.-e- who vet-
field the storv t!d Tqes-l iv of th shoot-
ing. The defense t-.'or" 1 this a : temon
when tire roiirt. tfter rr"i'"r.sred arciune'v.
in th absen of the iurv : "ned to a-
m:t the testimony -i ity "r:'f Kred
Sealo as to the word;- of f.id M tyfi Id
when he met the two brtys com:n frv n
riip depr with t! ir r;i!".-- in their han U
a few minutes a:u-r ts:e nootins-
I-T'LIN"";. Texas. Juno At :. - exam-
ining trial befoi-r Jksti. M:ii: a:i fd.i v
car T-opez w :i s a low.-'i $' lti.'. ;
lxpez i.- harced with ha iti s;;et a -I
killed Pilano Alvni'i. : Mexh-an iesta l-
lant keeper last Saturday msht.
H0KSES STOLEN IN LOUISIANA.
Three Nags Believed to Be En Route
;-ajc V.K-t Frrrtal
WTXNFIKLP. La . Ju: - -Tiorses
stolen Three heaa "f '; i-rs t..if fjori
"Win;: fie;d. La . on
described as fn!!r s.
abiuT vojrs Id
high loots m- :'
hah off b
;d ha. 0
i ! :
In rront fo..t utn. walk;'..1 v 5 ab.. .r
31 pOlindS. On- iler ;. H-- )ii;ria. lSfa vy
built l: or 1 i years old. in u d i-ond'"-tlori.
ra es both in s.-..idle a.id i.aiiu-ss;
flight!;. dih face weurht about Vio
pounds rtne bn-w-i ma-'"1 medium (.-
ditxm. rough looking weight al-mut
pounds Tlheral reward v ill he ia;d f-e
infnrtnation leadinsr to the!: reoe:v a:i 1
ar rest of tlie thteve. Partie- wi o had
abo e hordes were supposed to f . 1.
lie to Houston. Texas F. L S!iaw.
sheriff of Winn parltdi. La
BAILEY IS TO VISIT K0UTTTZ.
Judge Dies Received Acceptance
(H-fUcn P. si e. -j.'.)
BKAT'M'jNT. Tejias. Ju:i ? W. V.
T'ies of Koui.tze sr-nt t : ''.v lioK i-
mont. Judge l:es reports t at no is i e-
ccntlv in re -ipt f a 1 r r froni Sennt -r
J. W. Hailev a'.crti.'ie an iiiv'Taii".!
from !! people ..f K'c.mtze and Ilarc n
toi.ntv lslr K''i;ntzc s"?nf !.!i;c duiM K
the latv-r p:t ..f th- onrttn.-r r tu
early lall n tle n. ris t.c
nor s trip throne' i Kast Te
is also un'l'T e'iciiuir.t
JiKig' I'l-s Fays t'al I.
d:r riiuniy wi. arrai.g.-
bratior; and d.-rir-nsti-at
Jet- Hati "ii ids
McMasters Off to Prison.
fJAI.VI'STOy Texas. J .ne j. A. O
Bi.--!-.op. apent of the State I enitentiary.
today left with J. .7. M'. Masters forme'
manacer of thrt rn- etci r---ien.pT iitn
lion e. ;s now entrine upon a five-
year sentence Mr. Bishop ad with him
ten 'Che- prisoners. .if w! wer
w! ite men. fo'ir nccri s arid Mexi-
701-03 FAN.M STREET
to know that Everybody
Physicians to Care for Health of
"BRACK" HALL CHANGES
Supervising Manager to Be of Fac
ulty of Alumni P. L. Wind-
sor Is to Be the
(H Post 5fcciil.l
AI'STIX. Texa-s June . The board of
i'Seiiis of the university discussed the
happenings at the miherslty dtiritiK the
last year and plans were made for th.
next year. The most important actions
t.iktn lire as follows
In place of 1. I.. Windsor librarian.
who resigned to accept x similar position
..I the I'niversity of Illinois X. U tiood-
nch at presort hbrarlanof toe I ul-
cisit of W est irtlniasince August.
IfHT. was sclented. Mr fioodrlch Is a
graduate oi Amherst college. and of the
New York library selnjtd. For three
wars nrei-edliiu his uoinL 10 West lr-
Liiula. he was employed In the order
aeciiun ol' the New York stale library
mi rt of the time us Its chief.
In place of Professor Holton of the
department of history who (toes to l.e-
laml St int'oid u:.iersity. Messis. . M.
Ilamihon and J I. Worley were eU-
lastiuttois in mvuk'val and American
hi-ter. rcspc. tively. Hoth men are
Li-a-iuates of the un.vetslt and have
j ad .auisl.iei ah.e eneri-iuo in toachiug.
Mr. Yorh- i ai.tlior w( au axUOle put-
iisi cd in t..e uuailerl of Ue Historical
Association of i'txas on The Diplomatic
lteiati 'tis o.' ilreut Britain and the Re-
pubho of Texas.'' which l.ius attracted
:a. -rable .ommcnt in di; ft rent parts of
tee 1 ti-.tcd fdates.
Pro. n-aui was made fir an instructor
n ooiativ to prepare st idents to teach
as-re altur in the sciiO(ls.
th l'rediihU Kbv at present pro-
f.-s.nr of pliiiosoohv and education at
Bayer nr. ; ei stt . was appointed in-
sm'svior : the history of education.
It w.s .avessary to limit the running
expenses of schools and labot atories ana
i i . J- I'li.n.tif: expenses of the university
to v:..r i. as been made far a number
:' veai pas- regardltss of th.e con-
tit in il in lease in the number of stud-
1'roMs.on was made for a very moder
ate hes.tmh.ir in the direction of uni-
versitv cm -i sion. and In II. ". Bene-
di. t w as eic ted direeter of this depart
ment. plan for t.-.e new department
is to I .Ira np and tuttl.er tntorma-
tnoi w'.' he pnen as soon as it has been
nr.! roved to the committee to whom it
Bl'RK.M' hi' Ki'hN'UMR' GEOLOGY.
A binean of economic peologry was es-
tahlished and t' e president authorized
to --oc ;: a direeter ll.crcfor.
The department of education was di-
eied n. in three schools to be known
respe--;:'. h' as the s. 1; mis of education-
al admii.. -tratlo. i. the philosophy of edu-
cation and the art of teacUins. to be
r. ra:ge of Professors Sutton KUis and
1- a-rinirti n. The first named professor
was . '- . i.d dean of the department.
Or. A. S Johnson of tlie school of
r..;ith-al si iep.ee was granted leave of
iurnc tre f.ill term of next
mi to cue s:iduate courses in ytl-.e
riment "I' economics in tlie t'nlver-
i.t i' iicae" Hiofi-ssor W. C. Web-
m..- -ei.r.'A tlie l.nlvcrnty ot
MU.-k... a-' s. ' uii d to take char(re ot
lrfe'or Jntti..n' work durinB his ab
tinges were nuule in the maii-
of Cr.Uersity. or "Krackan-
.1. In addition to the steward
:a'o c: aree "f the business af-
f... hal'l provision was made
p. manager to be a
: i'.:-- faculty or an alumnus.
:. w t.. se- urinK creator per-
: p"l:ev and responsiidliiy of
; was al provided that all
..; . :!d he subje. ted. before
i.. f lfdi'-a! examinations.
ac-'ni' i i
isista : t s
"P'-" tt- t .
as' rt iiti
ais oi.-ea '
ir treeiiom fr'im mtec-
of the hoard of resents
-l t" employ a physician. "r
T i vs: la n s t
s; .idem bod;
. for the health oi uie
c university was au-
custoi:an of the Bu$-
t"t loan f'li
d. at t.
request of the trus-
.t tiic ntonev for the
t-es i. an
etah'.. -!-.!: m
tl.. to I.esr
-'i it a f-ind in honor of
Ruirnee. adjun''t rro-
in th.e itniersity. The
:i h loaned to needy students. in
od stat di'.ti; t.tcler ..p.d;ti.n. sc uring
it- ..i. t
T...' dt-Kt-ee of tra-tr ''f laws was re-f-tahlis:
m on ti.e re orr.mendatton of the
l.w jh.-j ty. I' t- 'o be anartled to
ti-t- 'OVece oi arts or toe
l-.f riu -nstit :tio?;s of smnlar stand-
iriL'. who i'i addition to the regular law
s oe. t do socip inve-tipation of itn-
p.'rlatc c take sum.- advam ed a'aden ic
v.i-k and malntttn an exceptionable hisli
tankard spe- Ified in the regulations
adopted by the board
MAIN rNIYKKSlTY PKaNP.
Ti e d'-ans of t!:e arious departments
if the '-ia:'i unUersity were elected for a
trm of tv.o -ear ea'-h.. naitiel-: V. J.
liatt'? -V-an td tho o;!ese of arts; Jt-hn
r. Towif-s dean of tiie law department;
T t . Ta!or. dean of the efii;ineerinc d-
part:n:.:. and W. S. Sutton dean of the
odu'.itifn department. Mr. Winn and
Mr :;:ams were re-eleofed auditor and
rreistrar resr.eetively for a term of two
Mr. Y of tlie iiool of botany and
Miss Jar. i-- of the school of zoology were
piaic. ii leaies. oi aoseiice for the ensuins
1'l.irs and sp-i ifit ations for the new
w-f.t.-B t..ant ine t.) be submitted to th
bu:idin? emmittec of the bctara.
.n ... ti'.n w .. taken with repard to
t - en-t i t ion of a hulldinK for library
icrtv.s s 'oik1 authonzliiK the presi
dent :iio(. su-h buildings ;n reriaii.
ot - :;:uvi r.-ities 'i'he ropents did not
kt.ou l.ow inu'h of the approprfatiou
0 oted to this purpose.
Wan-'i' was elected instructor in
. ? -s additional appointments
oil' . K. Rus. San Antonio
. '-;ii;stiv: Miss Annie M Cor-
i ' t.!a-. fe'h-w in the phih-sopjy
t'O!:; MaeKett OI Jlll tOIL.
fe t :i hit ry; T'm Williams of Au3-
' in. w in Itthi. Arnold Hornberp of
ii nueri; :eituw in pnysics aim Mias
'I.- ' S '.-t f Ihuwnwood fellow in
li.e a '-t ..f 'Hat-hihg.
Student assNTrw-ts Miss "Willi I. Fdrge
ot A itir. ): but any ; H. D. Just ire of
I'ai is. f u 1 jiK'.neeriTiLT. D. P. I'aff of
'iih-ert. : A K:.:her of Brenham and
f : A . V'toti f Helton. Ivil engineering;
J . Ka-!y or TariR and W. 11. Al jNt HI
of Kva:it drawi-m. Jt. H. 'obb of Claude
s !. : a in..:' ; jt ratl"M and Miss Frarteeg
A. "ouper of (Vijoine in American his-
M ' leaves ..f Galveston was an-
pomted hw librarian. repistrar and
tellOt:l nr.-ier. and the following were
made library a--M?tants: T. P. McEl-
w rath cf Austin ami C. H. Smoot of
"Wk hita Kail.-.
ANTI - VACCINATION LEAGUE
Has Prepared Appeal in the Fort
Houston Post Sferui!.)
FORT WORTH. Texas. June 9. Th
State Anti-vacrlnation leapue 1ms pre-
pared its appealed ease wherein the order
of th Fort Worth school bcird requiring
v.-i'-f ination . as a eondition preeedent to
ed-'atiOTi wa sustained in the district
o.nt. It H the purpose to carry the
ItfcM to the highest possible court If a
d' i iion favorable to the association is
not Fooiier reached. The anti-vaccination
eoeiety enntends that the practice Is a
filthy and disease-breeding one which
has served any useful purpose It mar
have once had.
If Tired Restless Nervous
Take Horaford'y d Phosphate
Tt quiets and strr the nerves sad
brim and laduccsT sicca
The Kind You Have Always Ilought lifts borne tbe aiRrm-
ture of Clute. II. Fletcher and lias been ntarie nnder his
personal euperrlHton for over SO years. Allow no one
to deceive you In this. Counterfeits Imitations and
' Justaft-ffood " are bttt Kxperiments and endunfrcr the
health of Children Eiperienco-galu.st Experiment.
What is CASTORIA
Oastorla Is a harmless mibstltute for Castor Oil Pare
irorie. Drops and Sooth In p Syrups. It Is Pleasant. It
contains neither Opium Morphine nor other Narcotic
substance. Its aire is its euaruntce. It destroys Worms
and allays Peverisbness. It cures Diarrhoea and Wind
Colic. It relieves Teething Troubles cures Constipatioa
and Flatulency. It assinnUites the Food regulates the
Stomach and Dowels givine healthy and natural sleep
The Children's Panacea The Mother's Frieud.
The Kind You Have Always Bought
In Use For
Twenty-Fifth Annual Commencc-
iDcnt Exercises Held.
HOME-COMING OF ALUMNI
Pope leo Xm Discussed as the
Han Churchman and States-
man in Three of the Grad-
i Houston Post 5y-.'. i'j;.1
al'STIN". Texas June T!
- adde 1
iv 1 not
' : tu.ie
fifth annual eommeneement d.i e
were lield In the exhibition Ki.:
Kdward's college this evening hr
large audience of friends and o 1 .
The day had a double signiin .1-1
year as the home eomitisT of ahitn:
ihunn to the occasion whi-.a "
One after another old ah.tmn:
in to again live over for a sh.e
tlie old college days and mid
claspg and exclianging of reniiin-
many a fond look was r.in.ed
dormitory the campus tlie 111.
me places where not so he j. .ir
were Just hoys. Business i.nrie 1 -r the
time were- fcrgotten and iis ote -if the
old guard put It. "Wliv. 11 is doii.a me
more good than a trip to Nhiaia '
Aa :JH o cloen a nanauet was tennere'i
the alumni and graduates in tlie spai ious
college refectory. The dining1 1 all was
tastefully decorated t'M' the ovasion. t U
college orchestra rendering music. Toasts
were responded to on the "r?t. Kdward s
rollout" of the Future" "I'omin; Home. '
"The old Bovc." and an en "livable two
hours was spent after whieu ti.e guests
of the college adjourned to l..e front of
the main building w:e.e a concert was
given by the cullege band.
At tne exhibition hall the gold and blue
was much in evidence and the coh.r
schemes were very clever. The stage was
wholly covered with ( ollege colors and
banked to the rear of the platform lai;e
palms formed a pleasing setting as th.e
curtain arose. Tl e college orchestra ren-
dered the overture. Seated on the plat-
form were the St Edward's graduates
for 190?. Martin X..P int. John O t'ntuper
Allan Hlaek William Brueggerhotf and
ADDRESSES ON I'i PE I.EO XUI.
The subjects 1 hoseti hy the speakers of
the evenintf were en Pope Ijto XIII
The Man." "The 'i tidimau" and -The
Statesman." Tliat st .ily and thought had
been placed on the P-bjects chosen was
evident from tlie oration delivered by each
speaker. William Brucggerhoff who had
for his theme Pore l.ci .XIII "The Man"
handled Ills subject uell developing In
clever way tlie Ideals of which true
manhood should consist lie said in part:
The world soon f"m -ts the busy heights
thai men attain by unthrlght or circum-
stani e .unless native uoith fits them for
lofty station. Charai t-r and genius are
more than rank ami position-. High place
should be the reward 0 merit which he
who attains should dignify. The office
should not glorify the man; rather should
the man add lustre t-. ti.e office.
"Kings and potentates have lived and
died; some merit an :. "tiered plate In the
pages of human st"t' . others are as
milestones in the road 01 time. The really
great those who "vai""-l contention with
their times decay" are not such because
they were merely rulers of empires but
because they took advantage of their high
station and advanced the progress of the
He dwelt at length -ipon the life of the
man; as a boy hhnmriig into manhood
and finally as a man the pontiff. Said
he: "His rise to greutness was not a
result of chance nr m' iavoritism but of
merit." In i-oiii-lusinii he Raid: "The
greatest event in the ::!.. ov of the Cath-
olic church in the Nineteenth century is
that it produced a pi.-n so illustrious so
beloved as Leo XIII.''
The orchestra ien-1. re-1 a selection after
which tlie se.-ond spcke-- of the evening.
Martin Zacha. del: ere i his oration oft
Pope Led XIII. "T: ... r.iurehman." His
delivery was good h s voice distinct and
his theme showed c.c.f.ji pi eparation. In
his opening argument he said: "There
have Deen many khi'N of popes as there
have been many kinds i f men for popes
are but men. and 1 leu differ one from
the other. There init-. t have been select-
ed a man who might have been known
for his religious views there might have
b.en selected a man fiaiise of bis learn-
ing and he might have mled the church
in negative security fiom error in short
a man might hav e l.c i selected who
would have been as n.ui I. at home in the
Middle Ages as frtav pope J.co XIII
stands nut as a man. ttulv tlie man of
He discussed the life of pope I.eo XIII
as the cardinal in per mia as the arch-
bishop In the court of Kimr Leonold. and
finally as a pontiff 'he head of tlie
church. He spoke of h.s encyclical let-
ters of the settling of problems in En-
gland Scotland and other countries of
the world. He spoke of his regards for
the people of this country and in closing
said of the great pun1 iff. "In the lan-
guage of the Psalmist. !i was hoth rider
and shepherd. Pope Ieo XIII scholar.
poet statesman and priest has shown to
the world that sectarian bitterness is on
the decline and when the historian writes
the illustrious tniine" of her illustrious
sons of the Nineteenth eentuKy lie needs
must write of the greatest chnrohman.
the holy father. Pope Ieon XIII."
James Josey rendere-i a selection on the
trombone li a credltahlM manner.
-LEO. THE STATESMAN."
John O'Connor who 1 hose for his sub
ject "Leo XIII. the Statesman" handled
a really difficult subject in a competent
manner. His delivery was forcible anil
effective and his composition showed
thought and preparation. Said he: "Th
history of a nation Is almost a story of
htr statesmen. States have arisen and
fallen In proportion aa their statesmen
tort beta ma of tlipusbt ud action.
Over 30 Years.
Military skill and prowess have always
played an Important part but for Its
teal formation and healthful vigor the
state has alwavs been Indebted to the
men who stood ut the helm."
He spoke of t lie statesmen of this and
other countries and then discussed the
dualities of true statesmanship. His argu-
ment here was well thought out and his
distinction letwoen true statesmanship
and demagogy Is worthy of mention. "The
statesman must know how and when to
act. llo must net at the tight time. The
man lio meets Ihe highest point of true
statesmanship." said Mr. O'Connor "!
the Nineteenth century was Pope Leo
Xllt. His acts can not be described.
The world still re-echoes his praise.
And condnir at the time of Bis-
marck and Gladstone men who perhaps
had no respect fm- him as a pope bowed
to him as a stateman. ' Ho dwelt at
length upon the conditions existing in
(iermany. France and other countries of
the world and showed tho remarkable
ntauses brought about hy . the muster
mind of the treat pontiff.
In concluding lie alil: "It Is well for
ns to consider the career of Leo XIII.
It gnes hope to our endeavors to be
men of thoueht and action. It makes
ns fed more and more eager to be conse-
crated to the task of tho making of our-
silves greni men also men of such a
siamp that people will be glad that we
were an-i the world will bo better for
our having- Heed in it."
After the '-enderlna oi the selections by
th.e orc.::etra Kcv. Father Carroll presi-
dent of :i Edward's Introduced th
speaker of the cvf tiing Rev. l-'atber J.
Haves of I'.uis. Texas. In a well de-
Mvere.i address the reverend father point-
id on the nianv duties incumbent on the
inn:: in his b:illh- of lite today. The ideals
f manhood the 'leaving of an Imprint
after one is tone I lis words were full
. whilom ;- hLs address is one that
v i he I n:: ti'im'rnN'VPil b those that
had mo plc.isuie of 1 earing him. Father
Hir.is then eh sell his ri marks hy words
of good 1 heer and hope. Uirectly after
the ooinmeni i-nicnt " exe vises ihe alumni
gathered iuid tlie :U. K ward s graduates
fuv Hhiit'tit. were gre. te-1 h. their friends
the old students. n tomorrow morning
at " h ni lii- k t;e ias .i:lv Pxt l. sert
will take p'.ai .. in ihe cv'.lege exhibition
hall. Tl.--:.- v.ll1 he m-ijiss l;- th. (ilee
club mu.-.e hv th-. orchestra the ale-di'-lorv
a: i the awalding of medals and
RIVALS REACH NEW ORLEANS.
Evelyn and Lukenbach Arrived
( !.' r. st Ffccial.)
VKW Oni.KANS. J'.ir 9. TliO first ve?-
th1 P'Ml! f
t".i;-. ti-.o Kvolyn oC
-1 lp ci'ii!pan' rrat-h-
1 p. Til. ti.N llfttMTOOll
.-:.;i' !i of the Phila-
a:n-:ip company ar-
unci ti.e J.
iloipliia an. I
1 1 iiii; at
Satin la1 .
the fin. "'
t v. i; main here until
.1 i:re t froia
- niiti; oilit davs on
'. !.-tii-- -tiio.'t. .;. S.
'. a; : i irffanizinK1 Man-
: l ; r ; . i'i-rp Ptinprrow
i'ants. he.iilo! hy
t '..tvf plnnncd a Ms rc-
I" uliar conditions xist-
t n i ompiiny having' en-
Mi;. Mtter t1 e positive an-
i' Hi" PhilH-fplphia and
l.rtMi organized It is
'.' So;ii ho i'n is only gn
Southern Pacific t"m-
'.p the nnv linos henre
hi ot' the mrrhants who
(I raves n: -i'i'
HT 1 1 0 1 ! i V.
r. ' '1-1 I
In xr of r
inc. il..- S-.-itl-.
lm'iiict nw ! tl'
!- U-v f-.l 11. 1 I
iri'-ri'uni'-ii' -a i
pany ti l'pnl;
a lai u. phmm-Mi
Min t- (
v'mK;iir years to get a line
i-iHiii? xhr'iv fortunes with
.p ii i mi ( iiiif.
t i ctv the Iukenhach Is
: i'ed liii?h with freight and
hu'-k tin almost lull t-argo.
FIVE AUTOS TO MAKE TRIP
From Galveston to Houston Next
(W.-iiijnxi Pott Special.
I'lAI.VKSTO.N' Texas June H.-Arrange-inenis
have now been completed where-
Kr five cars owned hy members of the
lalve-con Automobile club will make the
run to Houston on next .Sunday. Ar-
raiieenHtits have been made for barge
seri'-e to take the cars to Texas City
and irom thcie the run overland It
Houston will he taken up. It is esti-
mated that it will require two hours to
cross the b:tv anil that it will tab
three hours P reach Houston from Tex-
Word from Houston is to the effect
that there mioln l.p several cars of lhat
ciiv wailing accompany the Oalves-
tou incn.l ers on the overland trip.
Those who will go are as follows: M.
O. Koppcl president of the club; XI.
Lasker. Captain I.uth Bartlett Moore
and John Christiansen.
Pate Delicate Women and Girls.
The Old Standard orove's Taateleai
Chill Tonic drives out malaria and builds
up the system. For grown people and
By constantly publishing the financial condition of
the Union Bank & Trust Company and explaining
that no secrets exist in Banking the public appre-
ciates the conveniences and in a courteous and re
fined manner emphasizes the benefits
tomers by this Bank.'
906 Franklia Am
igo i mm i co.
COUGHS AND COLDS
Smith's Gouh Elixir
13 OUAKANTEED to atop chronla ma
recant coughs and colda. Drone hlttm.
boarMnau loss of voice and all Oi'
aaaa of tne tbroat and lungs.
Snltb Drue Co. and Wllbusfe Drug Ci.
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Foreign and Domtstic Exchange
Travellers' Letters of Credit
Bank Money Orders
Collections Made on All Points
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HOW IS YOUR GARDEN and NEIGHBORS' CHICKENS GETTING ALONG
Do you manage to keep them supplied?
We carry a full supply of Machinery repairs
HOUSTON CAR WHEEL & MACHINE CO.
a MerophU haan't been dull
Men'a Suits for
.Too don'l bve to question
tb age the etyle or tne vnuo
In oar tail. Ibhy are ail right
now and priced tnvinRly
throoghonU Take-tor an ex-
ample the Blue Bergei and
fanoy Wonted SuiU erictly
pure wool at
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