The Houston Post. (Houston, Tex.), Vol. 27, Ed. 1 Saturday, January 20, 1912 Page: 4 of 16
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OUSTQN DAILT.F08T J3ATURDAT MOKNIG;JANUBT -?0r.lI2.' ' "tI t
it A PALPABLE FARCE
; r' SO DOCTOR MOORE TERMS SPIT-
TIKG LAW ENFORCEMENT.
Harris County Medical Society Last
Night Discussed Meningitis and
"A? an instance of the fcijc' st iy:. cf
burlesoue I wouM like 10 .ail auei: :.n
of th recent arresi in M .-' ! two
nrproes Mr spirt'nj In ftrw: -ar
f ii(i'ltr the fact (Mai 1 1 -. 'rppijn
tariel out tn Hi'UM-n : t irJ.iff-
merit of thp sanitary ! is n..n w th
uch a palpabl fan? W :i' I ' rH
like to lae st-en. am! .v. I M'f'f
"ould have N n mn i.M 'avr
betn t'e h:-:--m f iv v hue Mr:i lor
pitting In $trr. t rur
Ir J.-hn T M-re. :n iHi-.i:ft nl-
eiantuiiy t Anp . i a''-- ..t -
The H.rr! :rt Mf!i : at
n culi!- A.p'.; nee":.:: :'it m
health iavw 'i". ilo-.i.-' r. ' I
T! e !:.-. r.r.j; h g rn Tr a Vsusv-'H :
of v.-.pi:: ie.'is n !' i'jr'it v'h: ! .1
been tr-n n.iij fr- ni iV.- jrirrM r pin:.- .r '
I 'a lm. rt " . a ' i
It Mv :p n il one t'-.inp that t o
' 1 ; n -.:r lob half "t '
Time. ' s.i.ti ' 'Vr ha . N-r. rex- :.p j
iho s'.p: -n '. ' w -a.- anil '-
v h. re nan.'LS! '..?; hh-1 hap V-1- :: t'
.i rr-.e 1 : 'M s-1 : a"-.'
v ! pre ar. i f r;. !" K Tir 11 f !
p'ti.'' (ip ira" "n "ner-r.-
p;:.. V le '-r. ti a; :r. . -s '
pr :i1 . ur '.:n pti n
V y :v i-i . h p i h i p : ; r
fipasn. aKm: 8;''.:tlnp Sin- ihe Ht 1
v ; s vpn cut to nf-ipr tr ap.i;n. 1
Thji Rp- lee of flifW "e ).a e er " ea'ed :
' exhibition of tw. airvs;. an-1 the
jr-nte-l '"ne! wfr 'w n-"'--'S I 'ave
Jr. my ri"ie ho-"k pt a iT. '-'-'i in '..ir-. -es !
.'f Tttt'ng t. T'ppt urs ' ' I :re!f
1 a p n p't'r'0 'T'l- r m c:) nrl
I ha e tht ruiiiit-er -f (a-s the
cumbe-s th tvndu -rs"
The rr.e'Mr.ff 'ir.-'.-'.i.Jly :-ply at-
len'l1 cn acditr : f ' s : p-.il :r.tret
rxi.tlnf in the ;rer.: e; Jen.:c .vr--Vro-?pinaJ
meninpiTli prevailing o er ec-
ttons of the Sta-e A i.-jmher . f Irt-r-rstlng
rarrs w 'T '.. r.e.flv' a'! -f
h .o;; Rff 'p. r.i- i ' ; mi' v v
Vhli it was agrf-.i ti.a: he J;e- ii
ihp n-suJ of .n-'ii t 'i';. t i.
that r li infe'tl-u:s v v .p te hni.'al
1'ieaning of v.rd. ai. ! t!-a c-'id a1-!
ilamp w'W'!;er )r. Ijt. r.? :' i a't a:e
ln nrab' i ' rhtr.lMs ani lirurv roMs.
are lavurai ie to ri PDirgn.s -it' ch'pnif rt
f: wu atini'.'Td .&x n.e'f '"iD' a is
in alra -si. a -is: i.nrs as 10
lre method bv nhirh : - -.tri"e
Two diametric!!' ppoiing opin!o-
were ffere-! a I s:s:a '.c'l irrarr.tiy.
by fact. Anani' i- stmed present
ihetnselvee f.: every va.- 1:. the :aty
f the d:sj-e a'.'.i :t rr.-l.u"i of fans-
mission. I'athoig-;? i .T Slfl'p'T. 'who
read the principal pjper the evening
pre etattetU-s : f'-w t- nrobap:.;: v
f the distpe t rc t rr ::: A from .
jH?rvr to pf rs n :hn ;ch r.fi.-! eire:."n?
and fyi!!T8 Thr Krr g ''..ghlng.
Hnex:r.g and pM.iiar in-itns Thf f h . t
lhat the g"rrr ilie imi!i :; n:e J :at-.y
upon drying ws :p : vi .ir-nc"1 tr.it
they can not W ra.-:.M lung in 'he nt-
moephere H sta'.t-l hrvver that raid
damp weather : a fH' r.tOte o.-n 1;.or..
"I would r. t ht"i'.vre to Hay i a
houe w:rh a oise of nieningitia and i
would not he 50 part i 'ular a t ; : 1
h nose and throat spray " said It t; t-
Cook. wh" held riSciousH' Ti the opin-
ion thai the ilisea-s is r t rontagio is.
"I du n"t bI.eve :t U erer Tn.nsm ".teo
from one perHt.ni to an-thar he aii
'and I do r.o. t-ejieve- it U transmit ' .i
through human agenry Tne con. 11:.
under which meningitis becomes epidemic
ar more llk' ir slm:!ar to tnos th it
-'eausw pneunxonia and Influenza Laa?
JightnJng. it nTer strikes t wi.-e in t
samp place. Under Eh theorv . f Tdns-
miMfon from person to person tne
phenomenon at laiix.-. where tnere have
Wen 10 oases and nry tw . m the sa;n
plac is unaocour.ta'o'e Her In H 1 j
ton under that theor' we havp r r
anomaly of nine rases no two of whirr
have occurred within six b.ks f ea-
tither. The two rases in I ;i !tis occurr-
utmuhtaneously. and oo ::1 r.o: have be'i
contracted frm one by the n!hr 1 a:i
rd4 to see the movement for cleaning u
however and I indorse the f'anngaiion of
rhoolt aa I would Indorse it ki. the year
round. mnlnrs r no men;i...s "
Dr. 8. E. Red and Ir. Took entertaine.i
the Boclety for sh'.rt while bv a warm
debate on the matter of contagion.
In IlluMra'ion --f the aimilarity of all
symptoms of menincit s to thf.se of other
diaeaaea. Dr. Mort cited the case of a
maJarla patient he had. who exhibttfl
violent rcenlrifTtis symptoms.
rr. L E. Cottingham rited a curious
eue where a raeningnia patient tnat he
waa Treating contracted scarietina ana
mi mediately recoTered from the menin-
gi'ia. Technical papers were read by Or
Flfl taper. Dr. A. E. Greer and Pr N .
Allen in which the disease and tt treat-
ment the symptoms and the methods of
contagion were discussed Pr. SIaaper
rave some interesting information jratn-
;red from his trip to Dallas when he
baw twenty-fiTe cases treated with Pr
Dr. F B. King read a letter from ne
of the physicians rcnnrTMj with the c:ty
health departcr en t at Waco In w h I h
he drew the conclusion that meningitis ;
not communicated from person to person.
I SHAN'T GO
Most Positive Statement Made By
This Keysville Lady Regard-
ing Cardui The Woman's
KTrr!Ie. V. Mrs. Marr B. Towlkes
ft XHr plact najra: "Before I commfncea
taking Cariul. I would have filr.'.ir.g
eplli" and Flck hadhf. and n-.y bic
ached so! I can't begin to tali all the
I am r'.nd f say that rinc uolr.g rr.ly
two bottles of Cardat Uje woman a tor.lr
J am !o better health than for many yei'.rs
1 don't PMff- r an- rair.s now.
I can't begin to say eticgh for the
Cardui treatment. 1 shall not go wrhout
Cardui In my hojse
I have been rommnding the remeoy
to others who knew how I u;ed to puf-
fer and many of them are now taking It.
They give Cardui the !;ig:.st pra.fe."
Cardui helps nature to j.erform a cira
la a natural eary way. I; Is made from
mild herb having a gentle tonic effect
cm the womanly constitution.
Cardui Inif.r. Vfj the appetit". tones up
the nervous system and h!ps u make
pale aallow cheeks freen and rosy
For pain weakness and any of the
troubles from which weak women suffer
Cardui has proven ita helping curative
Have you tried It If not do ao today
It may be Just what you need.
N B. n'rttr Ik: Ladie?' Adviorr Deot
Caattaaooira Medicine Co. Cliattaoooya Tenn.
for Sftitl lstrmclom . and 64 page book!
"Horn Treannrat lot Women" acnt in plain
wrapfxr. a raioeat.
Ping .I:" W an 'vj'-ge r.Iasa.
re tti k . i' ' -r'l.-'S op-ri ti'l I
1 1 1 : e I; . k . 1 ' r nr.tig of
i!-1 ;t .i .4 of .m-i:. 1 l.r.p just been
It. ri-n ! that tail to -it my poll
.rs brfivr r.: t I ;l n t 1 p a
n. iv"t I wi-iili har 11 vnte Why
th. o1.- ; s 'r. t " before'"
T: f re" pa; er ha ! n ic'i-iig vou
tht f - -v oh v f T '. : r e l ' 'M' " -
I : ' .' f . 1 P. ; .o r.ews-
pa '- "n it. I - hem be-
.-. i t ht ' e p T '
V r - .t run. ('urn ". - .n '
KILLED HIS WIFE
CORNELRJS SPARKS. NEGRO
THEN SHOT SELF.
Was Trying to Make His Escapo
After Former Deed When He
After sh'T'.'K hi v.fe Mr; S;ark.
thrc- tirr!- r-:.'. 'z :n . -r ur.niediate
death. r r:it;?; S'li-'-. .1 r-CTi'. turned
the wttlp : 1 : ". sii.L. lal in-
ter!'. 1.:. a Sj.i ir.'o ! .- Ixniy in the
reg r. f th-- h.ari T 0 s. ut pased
et. t irely 1 - ; 1 . -a -nfc : ; body iTi 1 1
mu1d o' th 1 rv. r wh;.-1 ;..rks
:n Pt'N'prnl b: i&. :ut- !e .1 iespi-rute
I ' gh t t t Ire-. .;! w li-T. '1etti ' by
Il-'.-y K:''. 3' i of -(:i"r ( Police
Y.i'.. a- f !- ri k e ." ! ' '".!--ir(: m
-I'.-t j I s tn.::ivrv :u prevent nif es-
l .:c r. ;t''e re n". if. d t ' -hoot-Mi
if t:e n ir s. whsch -"urred at
."'.( f ndr w s " -:. i.d f U''T i tnine-
iintely visit-"! '.:.e piare T-e weman
.is dpu-'. ) rp- sbo'?i had ta k n :"f e ; .
r e In the and two ' :i the bol
T e 'a !. '.:cd -a; a r:-.j; her p:s-
t"! and : 1 ws the .: d p pnn hi -h
;KS used on I:lrr- if
e rf T.r reae J 11 I'rookr
wa i-alld : h-ld ar. Iron-'" "i; th
b- o; it ::.e w. n:a.i an t ! - n!--ed a
vr-l!-t m K--1;-;. v'I a;vf facts
V:n-se. t-ay ti a: aftev Spar-v ftre.i
he sh-.ts a' u-'e t - rn from
t e iNU.v J l...; . R?.-i b-f rt- : Ke of -:
-r .irri- Henry k; . . - ci. h.s tay
t 1 !'r '-irl a -).-t a :n -r. vt-.-i'litv
0:' M.i.n streit and hagle avenue
l- rn. t. ' a . l" ft--.-: tj wa.
i.;p 'n - i. ! v her-. r'--:drg f..e
mr v;pi Sparks Kr.w.itg r.at --Di' -"!"jr
Wrt-. rg grapt'.ed with Sparks
ai.ti lr-w hjs ib.wn Praggine him to
me " g- - itnn.-l'ut iy re. ..gr-lz d
r.fgr a:.d ask -! h.M m hat the trouble
was ar. I SparVs to d ' '.rn 1 e had hern
shot by a w. man F:r dir.g t r p.- -1
wth fn-.:r empv cnrTidtp ir t) rhn.rn.
her K: i r.i'i'r'i'd th'- :ic- a:.d Sparks
was !:r.md:ate!y con e -d to police
Later he was t ran? f erred to St
Joseph's infirmary and it -vas stated
that if coalpit- ations s-t ;n t-f w.-uld
recover A cha-fie uf rnti-d-r has beer!
f'lpd against him in Justr- 'rocker's
BURGLARS BUSY AND BOLD
Two Places Were Entered last
Night One Short Distance of
I as t nigh- was a huv r.r- ' - tve
police ani n-.re h-i-u".': . r-
of which happened before 1 r--l--y
reported a: I rs i (ar'e
Sharman 'i .no. ir-. 5M Karnin
street waa erter- il a'H . vral I .u '. .1
dollars' worth tf plume ."-.ire.i 'tr
Sharrr.an c... .' r IlS rt:- '
hlgi.t and s"u-d t'at 1' . ill h. . X.
sary i- tas- an ;n-.m'..rv b(- the to-
tal cord be f'. 1 . t F'ntra; e t. te
store was gti:n' i r p. t-H'- .-o .f
rear di-.r. and a! : ! r.o citw r's p.
the Identity of ; I rit'a-s waS r
Ah . lit 11 o' lo -: at.. r ! -i'an v. as
reported to the j.i..e f;om !:M P-eto-.
!. where tre M-I'o.raJi Tailor
S'.'.p had been er.trre.1 and a r"mbr of
s irs of cl. thes . n Kn'rarve was
rr.a ie Into the she; tr.. :g- i . rpr j
the lock to which l.nri i P.;j. i
Mr Mcr louiraid's total loss . ra;'. i .t t'e
The officers were rr.Mfied to ke.-r a
strict watch in the h-i..-esa dlstrt t and
special orders were 1s..4 bv chief y. its
In r. gard to prever.'tr.g the cuntln.-e-i
l urE.arles If possible
Shaman's Plume Store was hurgla'-ixe.i
a number of months ait... and several
hundred dollars' w. rth rt plumbs stolen
b'tt through the effcr's f tire :tv ......
tlve department the Iciriar. K P Plark
tva arrested and most of the pi t:;. re-
turned. DEATH ENDED SUFFERING
Bums Eeceived by Mrs. Annie Mc-
Cann Thursday Morning;
Death abu-jt 5 o'clo-k a-t night ended
ti e suffering of Mrs. Am.le McCa.'.n. wife
of Richard M a 'aim. v. .to v u frishtfin.y
hjrr.ed alxoit 1 -r fa. . arms and bodv at
6 irio. T' ur-day n.rii.t.g as toe rcult
..f t:e .-xr-.o ..- . n t.s stove
Mr Mt'i.t wu- . mj.ii: i:t pri ar'ng
hrtakfast at )o l. un.pt.'r
strfet. wh'n te .. . ... .xpioCe-h rr.ver'ng
I r with burn:' c ..' !..r c..thirg
In a blaze. Mr . 'ann ran It. to the bed
r'.f.rn to ha-r hi;s - .-i r . l. -alio en-U-avored to
ex'itig'jlsl. the I. re tuli l.d clothing. The
f. aires were -r . -. i.-j; t I efre Mrs.
XIc 'arm waa i. rrio v bur-.ed.
Kr .m the b.r . g t: .. hnise caught
f.re and Mas tinoy amai d before the de-
partn: nt cou I n-ati t W'-ni and fi-
ll ii li'h the r.fir- e.
': i e body was 'urn-d v r to the under-
tak.ng firm of Ila" ma M l arty and
I t"i' g i eld ev.aoitig .lie completion of
fjio ral arrangt nienta.
FACE BURGLARY CHARGE.
Two Men Were Arrested by Officer
'"in Henresy an) Kred Darling two
!'.. .'.c wh.te m-ti who give Port Worth
a e:r residence w.oe arrested by Officer
r.i.-.i last niati i near aoout !: o'clock
. '.rding to th..- ..'f.rer 'hey were in the
la .r stiop of ;.es;n I.lpp. which Is lo-
ta 1 in the piel.u i.otel building.
o;. er Shelly making the regular
rouii.i of his l ent he was attracted
I iy a noise Insid.. rhe tailor shop and
upon a ouiet In 't nation lie saw the two
m.-n inside. Wao..ri: to Hie rear of the
building he foiird : .at thy had gained
entrance ii. rough a rear ior and enter-
ing at tl.e same door he placed the two
Charges fl burglary will be filed agatnat
them la Jastke Crookeca court.
PETITIONS PRO AJTD ANTI IN
Man Who Voted Agvinit Prflpoti-
tion Two Yean Ago Ttlli Why.
In Favor of It
The forces favoring and opposing th
adoption of th proposed paving .plan to
Iw voted on February i got busy ye-ti-rday.
nnd ther- Is every Indication thavt
ihe campaign will b five!) from now
until the oee both sldaa making a
strenuous effort to get ou a full vote.
Durliiit Hit ban.juet Thursday night at
tl.e KosMoniau pft'ttont M'ere lianded out
to ail t)ioe prvs.nt who will circulate
ihe:n nniong the for slgnatur
.iiid tlust will l turned in to headquar-
ters. ' ounur petltiona were In circulation
eBterday. M. h Is an evidence that tho
oppesed to the adoption of the paiving
rlan ar B t I. lie Whei I'hairman B. A.
Kiesner of the general executive com-n-lttee
learned si. r.luy that counter
I rotosltlons were I cing circulated ha
made a request that The Post make a
ie.lieBt for him that the people rvtusa
to sign this pittilon until they have been
fulh appnstHl ot all matters In connec-
tion with the propose.! plan.
' I attended the hanquat Thursday
night.'' siat.J a gentleman to Th Post
representative vester. ay. "and 1 am glad
that 1 did When 1 1. 1 question was voted
on In February lii i. I as among those
u ho voted Ha nst '.' adoption T rotevi
aiiAinst ll-e piopv.s.tion for the rtaon
i: n I was list i Relieve that it would
. est me atx it J4O.1 to pava In front of
n .- home an: thai 1 would have to either
ia thai s cn the spot or lo5c my
' K . i . ' In r: homo There w norhlnp
( r o:e to do hut v ote against such a
i ir.posHiun I .va." lu no psitlou to pay
I I. it 0 and to have voted for It be-
ll wn as 1 did. it would have been
6u;.'Mlal. Hundreds of people In Houston
voted against I'lo proposition for the
san.e reason that I did
1 am alad that 1 attended the banquet
and l.eai : the reading of the address
nr.! t'e disc ilor.s th.-t followed. I will
now vote for '.he proposition for I see
it it. not a harv'siiip. 8ure I want to
see 1 1 .us!.:!' llft-l o:t of the mud There
are hundr-ds ami huclreds of men who
a-d aKit'Pt roe pr ositlon two years
aipo w: 11 surely vote for It this year
if to rifr- is t: oroujihlv sxplaluea lo
ty -em and thev understand It as 1 do
now I l-elteve that the opposition voted
! il an Its full strength last time.
In a !:.. to voting the full strength of
those opposed to progress of any nature
i t! :. er. numhers of men like myself
who vite: with then who svill not vote
.n fl.at s'de tht time If the i ampalirn
is properlv cor.d .. .ed There la no rea-
son v t'as tl-.ttig should not carry. If
the men who ar. vitally Interested get
; out anl .oe T;-e u.en most ita'i in-
J terest. ho'.el. er. ar.. the men wl'o do
i n..t f e polls as a rule. They are
1 the rusinesa men They feel that t: ey
I are so I- sv that thev l ave not tl.e tt'-e.
I Ti.e tt.l-e ii f. r granted that there will
I he ero .h vrtes without theirs.
I "Notu tl.standtng I voted against the
I rrop...s.f: n 'wo ears ago knowing wl.at
1 d.i r i am sorry the election went
I as t ili.l I (eel sure that inasmuch as
; 'hf o; s'tlon voted mors than ita real
e'renjrth that if the business men of the
' rttv had g'ln to the polls the election
. would rave carried and Houston would
! no' h as deepiv in the mud today as It
' la "
Sheriff Perry uf IK-mpstfaJ was a vis-
itor to Huu-on yeaierday Mr Perry
r"Hit! his F.ctu.n of t Me State tn ftour-
teUrg corn In ani saya the farmer are
N'!;1:! ut a iiu nper cix-m aexi Miasun if
esathtT run in.tr'si priv. in he suit a hie?.
.n.t ti.e BTr.at.st waterrnHon
C"Ur.;:y !. wot;!." ai'l Mr I'err: .
"a 'id t .-eFe at ' .onaji'lfl jro n earh
i- ;. .:. ' 1 1 r tecoT.ie uv
; i '"i't! ' :; I-as; eH.Mn v r 1 it
d . n - . : ''in- wer j-'iippel cut aru!
b rwi.us "f s.x
1 t -r;
. v .i. t : :-e-jM
d.i "s a gut-" ft
Ar- .'tbui 1 is e::
. i ' v TtT and p a -il-Uai'in
for a few
H. .nler hotel. Mr.
' 'hi rift where he
(. f t rttrletf on I j .e
Heirpei'tv He is a
. :. ait'i e.spe.c ally
1 ':.;!. a b.'iv
i;ie - hinese cu-ai-
o- a ar rp-resj..riil-.
rer . ;ce In the H -t
rlrun war. Kussia-
i -t;v.ral other i-airi-in.!-
1 etrai Times and
rtrn.ntiers of sonm of
Jiu W i
tu.il ion" said Mr.
A : i 1. 1 1. 1 Id. fa ." : r :i. t d an'l I
b-.if c im al.-ii.!'. :n :ih u.:'.i:.t ii would
o- rt got.tl p:;-.ii ' tiiKt: thi.' ''l.ir.ese nation
ar.T iii iie .' u' aMiung tr.t a: l-ais pow-
(i t'ue r' -.:!. and at .iny rait It will
Le'.er be governed by anything lees than
i tijur.arcl.y Thf i ' 'iir.ese are a class of
jiewplt that '. with t.ie t mire world in
t-iitngti ir.iMi.Kene un1 ability and
Ley ate bei uti.;:.g a n.enai e rather than
uii -dil.ti'-n to r; liati'jiif ol tne woila.
The coni to our country receive an
-du. at.on and t:.-n with the cunning
iiuit they naturalij possess return tw
iheir c 'untry aiid start a iolutVjn.
in regard to ti.e Jaanpe I will eay
via. t!uy ate a people deserving rnuth
credit for wi.a'- they hae accomplish td.
They ha t placed theinsel es above the
p"itior;s occJt:fcl by their ancetitors
and n-'trd to be given credit for the.r work.
Those of H eir citizens who ar In this
country fr the must part are here for
thir own g'Md and the tdutatl'-n whicii
t n e y get here in in niost cae.H direct to
do S"ni partu ular g(Md eithr-r in thtir
native lat.d ur in the t'nited States."
IIn. ieorge W. t'eck of Milwaukee.
Wis.. Is in Houston en route to Veiasco
fur a hunting trip. With Mr. Peck are;
W. A. Brunt of Harrigan Wis.; O. A-
Lougo of MadiPun. Wis. and Harry
f'ruiiKS of Waco. The party will leave
to-i.-iv for Yela-sco to shoot ducks th
hunting trip listing for about two weeks.
Mr reck wags for two terms governor
of Wisconsin and gained a National repu-
iaU"n wuh his well-known humorous
w ..rn. ".'eck'a Had Buy." He has long
ni'-ice ceased writing however and is at
pr-"ent connected with a large real estate
When iiitt-rviewd by a Post representa-
tive Mr. Pck said:
"The poiit u-al situation In our Ktate
proniiseb to bt very interesting and both
prtrtn;s have their quarrels on hand to
berm with. The conservatives and the
pr iwresilV'-s have entered into a warm
'nieM and all factions axe lining up
;r.dr forces for the coming election. W
HP' all hop'ful of a democratic victory
and the prospects are indeed bright but
it ii very early to make predictions for
It niav be almost impossible to tll how
:fv election will go uniH after the votes
d.r.- counted H' wever the democrats are
well liii' d up. and they will at least make
Lhe contest warm.
A n um her of t he conservatives and
La Kollette advocates are strong for Wii-
Kori uid unless they have changed since
1 left Milwaukee will support him for the
nomination However Harmon is really
me strongest "f all the possible .candi-
dates. Harmon for president with Under-
wood for vice president 1 the most popu-
lar ticket ana Is the .ticket that I am
supporting. With Harmon as our can-
didate for president and lTndenrood for
vi'-e president. It is my opinion that we
will have a Mtrngth to our campaign that
B:i rot he defeated. Huch a team of men
can not help but be victorious.
"Harnvn is the strongest man In the
race Hi Is the real man for the demo-
cratic p-ir;y to support and the bast
comparison that I can think of lust at
this time is to compare him with the
grat seawall at UaWeston. This mighty
barrier protects the city against the
Ftnrrns of the sea and the destruction of
th hlfch stormy billows bo Harmon Is
the man square all the way round: be
is the mm to protect this country from
the dangerous tide of social lam mod other
menaces which threaten uur nation. ii
Is a second Cleveland ami in o :r si.ite Is
' Of course we will s ippor: ever is
nominated arc!. In real'ty. I ; . -vc that
Krynn wculd h supp..ne.l l m i !-c he
nominated. I .im surw thn. the . ." :n
1 'legation would go to i .e ccnwnntin
intructrl to vote for Bry in i 1. 1 . 1
u -cwpt the noni:nnti..n (..w. v.r Har-
mon. Wilson Champ Chirk nn.l t. n .Mar-
shall have a number of friends !n ojr
Wo want a ir-an who rn nr-v snms
of the Stales trrnt arc l.lly ncded tn
Insure our succss hp.! ( Cii. hi -1 New
"i ork are the two which we r. 1 nici.
Harmon wdl without defut : t y 'hlo
and h would at leait sp1. 1 1 in In New-
York with alther Taft or H. . . ..-It. He
Is by far the nmst likely f . ur candi
j nu 1 1 liiiin imm lt
Beginning Today January 20th
Semi-Annual Trousers Remnant Sale
Today we start our Semi-Annual Sale of Remnants in Trousers Lengths. This
is the sale you have all been waiting for. Owing to the splendid business we
have enjoyed we have more mill ends on our hands than usual consequently
the selection is much larger and more varied. Now is your chance.
This sale is strictly bona fide no strings attached in any way.
We Must Keep Our Union Tailors Busy at Any Cost
Just think what this means a pair of UNION MADE trousers at $3.50
made strictly to your measure.
Our Suits and Overcoats to Order $15.00. We are making It an object for the
man who has clothes to buy to come in here and see his money DOUBLE Its
Satisfaction Guaranteed or No Pay
United! Woolen Mills
Any $30.00 Suit or Over
coat in Stock for
Come in and look at these Specials. An inspection of these
clothes will convince you of their high quality and the
price well the reductions show that this is the BIGGEST
VALUE EVER OFFERED on High Grade Clothing.
Special Price on HATS
$3.00 Hats for...
Outfitters to Men and
dates and I am supporting him to the
C W Reever of Oollad was In Hous-
C. B. Nolan of El Paso spent yester-
day in Houwton.
F. C. Vick of Eagle Lake spent yester-
day In Houston.
O. L. K:-aud was In Houston yester-
day from LaytoTi.
W. R Montgomery of Beaumont ppent
yesterday In Houston
D. S Henry of Galveston was a visl-
tiir to the city esterdaj-.
K. A Kntuse of Victoria was a visi-
tor to t:ie city yesterday.
and Most Reliable Popular Priced Tailors
Any $15.00 Suit or Overcoat
Satisfaction Must Be Yours
L. P. Terry of Fort Worth was a vll-
tor to Houston yesterday.
I. HugKins of San Antonio wai a vtal-
to to Houston yesterday.
C. I). Smith of Beaumont was a guaat
at the Macatee yesterday.
J C Brown waa a visitor to the city
yesterday from IA Grange
H A. Armstrong was a visitor to the
city yesterday from "Wharton.
R W Holland of Arcadia waa regis-
tered at the Bristol yesterday.
C W White waa among the arrivals
to Houston yesterday from Waco.
W. M Harris of Austin was a busi-
ness visitor in Houston yesterday
V D Williams of Dallas was a busi-
ness visitor to Houston yesterday.
Two Legs $3.50
Texas Prince Theatre Buildind
LEOPOLD & PRICE
Main Street Houston
E. P. Alibnry Dead.
The remains of E. P. Alsbury who
died at New Orleans last Wednesday
arrived In Hausion at 1:10 o'clock yes-
terday afternoon on the Texas and N v
Orleans trath. The funeral was held
from the train to Hollywood cemetery. J
where IntermeDt took place. A. A. AJs- J
bury who left for New Orleans upon re-J
celpt of the sad news of his father'.
death accompanied the remains t
The funeral was held under the aus-
pices of Magnolia camp No. IS Wodf
men of the World of which Mr. Als
burv was a member. The pallbearery
were J. J. Pastorlsa O. A. Taft J. V.
TValy J K. McAshan. 8. K. MoAahaB.
H. F. Ring and Stanley Thompson.
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