The Houston Post. (Houston, Tex.), Vol. 26, Ed. 1 Thursday, November 3, 1910 Page: 11 of 16
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TOE EGANIIOUSE OPTICAL CO
' . 7- Aukowci the tRHOVA pr its orncrjjtND
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. twino or Btt9 -AMvriTTa or z
' PASSES WOM TKII rOIHEt .
.V lbbil CAPITOi AVENUE
TBANilNO YOU 0 f AST fAYQlS WB f OtldT
TOE CONTWUAtCE OF YOUt '
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"The Steps Are Worth WhUe"
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Letwvcs jGUvesion 7i30 p. m ecnd Houston 9:23 p. m
rtf TlfMtrn RfMfVatlMit Ctl tn An UnU r Aawt tr Jo. . GrtnlimC A li Main .: Huton'
"A ttollQlitful thow Lartar
than avis' M i - Antnotw i Bwaiaa
Oatoar a . .
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r :o;ipat nov. 7
. " . Gesaolidbiei
Aii fW Warlfi firaahat
Tnm All Par
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. M. STKEET. RAlJIAIE
V'tr!N If MOOTOH'.
AT -tt hiONOAY MORNiNQ..
2 rrrdmsact. 2 and 8m
;Brin!i Habit v ;
Curedjii Three Days
Pans Compcfcd for Visit
IH TOUR OWN POME On AT TOE INSTlTDTt
" The .termi of oat Bond and Contract tat that at 'the"- end
of the third day's treatment you youraelf ahalj be the judge of
whether the cure is aatiifactoiy or not anitif not the treatment
ahall W absolutely free. The treatment is simple and easy to take
and 'without hypodermic injections 'All patients are provided with
homelike comforts; and everything is strictly private and confidential.
Call upon or address The Neal Institute of Houston Texas' 9U Pease
Avenue for copy of Pook and Contracts or further information. ; :
r Aay prospectire purchaeet. of avehi-
' tit onr lenderf in a Piano Bed Ton
' Buggy end Bent Panel Seat Runabout.
A oompatiaon witlt other Unee will
convince - you ' that they are ' really
; k . J J - ec2.sn rrir r! i Avr-.i
JOSEPH 'P. DEVLIN.
' Mvcli Interact canterf about tha vlalt
to Houatoa of Hon. Joaaph Devlin nest
Monday fJoverober 7. tfnaj arrangamabta
(or tha affair hav been made (or tha
damonatratlon and nui meeting la tha
venlnj at Turner hall. John H. Klrby
haj baan aaleoted by the membera of tha
committee to make a brief addresa pre-
cedtnc tha addresa by Mr. Devlin Mayor
H. Baldwin Rloe will extend tha court-
alea of tha city to tha auet.
Mr. Devlin who eomaa to Houator. from
Gajveaton will be met at the atatlon by
a detention of Houaton people who ar
Intaraated In tha project ha ehamptona.
Ha wlU be aaeorted to tha Rica hotel.
where headquarters will be made. Dur
ing tne dr na win ne onven doui itm
clSr and In tha lata afternoon will meet
-Informally any who desire to call upen
him. At t o'clock at tha Turner hall
he will addreaa the people of Houston
explaining the present complicated attua-
Uoo In JEnrtlah polIUca and tha attitude
of the Irixn membera of parliament In
their continued fight for home rule.
Mr. Devlin cornea .to Houaton In the
eoursa of a trip through tha Boutn. John
Redmond T. P. O'Connor and Day Hoyie
all diatlngulshad inembera of tha Brltlan
parliament are touring other eectloi.s of
the United Btatea. They are carrying
tha campaign across the aeea to the ma-
jority of Irishmen upon wills . support
they depend. The fours of the four Irish
man are under tha ausploas of tha United
Irish League of America.
The arrangement -eommlttee. ' with an
matters of detail In entertainment In
hand. Is composed of the fallowing Irish-
Americans: W. J. Howard chairman; JB
J. Ryan secretary; John T. Browne
James P. Welsh David Daly J. B. Daly
James Lawlor. 'Edmond Browne Tom
Kohoa W. L. Foley and John McClaary
Arrangemanta have been made to ac
commodate the ladles- of Houston to
whom a special invitation U extended. '
IS PROMISED BY BTJILDEBS OF
Craft Taken to Aviation Grounds
last -Right and Will Be Toned .
L Up Today.
v Tha Houaton business men's aeroplane
was dismantled yesterday afternoon and
4aken to South Houston for reassembling
and a trial flight tomorrow.
Tha machine has been under construc-
tion for about eix weeks. Its building
being financed by fifteen buaineaa men
of the city. It was built by 0. F. Har-
ris and J. J. Pontius both of whom have
had extended experience in the construc-
tion and operation of flying machines.
Before being dismantled tha engine
was Installed and tested and Its action
approved. The engine Is geared Ao pro-
duce U-horsa power and to propel the
aeven-foot propeller at a apeed of ia.000
revolutions a minute which will carry
It at a speed varying between sixty and
alxty-flve miles an hour
The aeroplane was taken to South
Houatoa on an automobile truck and
JlBCrd in a shed constructed for It by
he Charllss-Wendllng aeroplane people
In South Houston.
Mr. Harris said laat night that he In-
tended to reassemble the machine today
and that ha expected to fly tomorrow.
BAXE& WAIVED A HEADING.
Bound Over to Grand Jury Without
- Bail. f .
- Jules J. Baker who .was arrested In
company with H. U Ransom following
tha shooting of J- B. Brockmana yester-
day waived a preliminary hearing before
Justice McDonald on . a charge of mur-
der and was bound over without ball to
await the action of tha grand Jury-
. Baker did riot appear In the Justice
court but was represented by James U
Storey of the law firm of Lane Wolters
aV- Storey which lv defending the two
Justice McDonald was to haw presided
at a preliminary hearing Friday at which
time It was expected that tha first state-
ment would be made regarding the shoot
tng. By waiving tha preliminary hear-
ing the defense has avidedthe neces-
sity of a public. statement and it Is
thought possible that they will now pre-
sent a petition of habeas corpus to be
argued jointly .with 'that of Ransom who
will b given a habeas corpua heating
tomorrow. - r
Baker was a special officer and was
working with Ransom at the time of the
shooting.-. Baker was charged jointly
with Ranaom on- -tha request of Attor-
ney Kahn Mr. Brockman'a law partner.'
l to Thin Faded er Infaatad with
Dandruff But That This Ramady
; s Will Ovareoma tha Troubla.
8!mply because you have tried all
aorta of advertised hair remedies with
unsatisfying reeelta dont condemn
them all as uaelesa. HerVs a letter
from Mr. Andrew Kohler 1005 First
L avenue New -York tells why. Read
Us letteri t- - .
I aan a M ef "Juak rtls far tk
bair. sad as trlsd IMu sll -wits nr snvma
will aot M wiun( n sew. 11 is un aw
BS nO BI1HU HI
kslr INHMtlll ud Tou
miiiu it uruBl.". It fd sur hair aad stooeed
U teUIng out te ttm first aaallcstloa. It aurt
Imp kslr grow ea air haM aMd. If yea kav say
persaa tlx! la aoubtfal. Just head thta m? aaoM
aad M aja toll it umb.
' ' Get Lorrimefe. Kxeelelef ' Hair
Tenia. ' Get tt at Rouse's or of
your' nearest dragfist and get busy
with that hair Improvement in stole
t?r you It roe use tt faltnfuUy. f w
A PLENTY OF FUfi
WILL BE 0JTEBZO VS WOHBZJU
LAND BuHUTQ CABHTVAL
Work I Started on 'Enclosing the
QrousiWBeniand for Seat
Coupons Zi Heavy.
Yau will be In a atata of wendatyall the
raat of your days whan you see the at-
tractions at tha No-Tau-Oh . .
Wonderland as the pike at the Ko-Tsu-Oh
Carntjral will be known thla rear
wlU be well worth a visit from all at
soma time during the wk No pelts
wlU be- spared by all who hava ehargb
of the arrangements to make It the big-
gest and best of the kind that has ever
ben Been' in Houaton. '.. - -'
TM attraction of the great PataSrsoa
show which hava been contracted for
to furnish the amusemeota for the No
Tsu-Oh. wlU be located tat Wonderland
and aU who visit that Jwapy plaoe will
find much ther that will both amuaa
and Inatruet There will not only b a
large number- of paid attractions ef a
wide variety but' also a number of sen-
sational tree act that will be offered
every afternoon and. evening throughout
the ntir week's life of tha Carnival.
With the Patterson shows there are no
attractions that will be found offensive
to the most refined taste and ladles and
children may attend any of their shows
without escort with bo fear of seeing or
hearing anything that Is not eleaa and.
moral in every sartleular. 1
1 Good clean run and amusement wiu be
found at alt times at Wonderland and
with the wide variety of attractions and
their guaranteed worth assured there Is
no doubt but what thla tented city wilt
aee the largest crowds tn the history Of
the No-Tau-Oh. By contract the attrac-
tions must all--b ready in time for the
grand opening Monday and . the who
visit Wonderland early In -the week will
so all that there la to b located there. .
WORXfiWr OW QTJMDB.
Work began yeeterday en th gates
and feno f Wonderland. "-;( -
The gate s situated ea . Louisiana
street and Capitol avenue and the faaee
wm mciuee vapii
4to) avenue for thr
property ana rrora as to vn jaet;
interaectad streets eacn way.
The private property nndar feno has
been donated for the occasion and th
vkaau ss deeolv aoDreclatsd not' only by
I the No-Tstt-Ob Alravtors but by the eomv
;jQ . ' '
il ;i-r ;v:rrjrfyrr-1 ......
ISOLD MBDAL" BLACat AJTETA
- Bztra good weight and quality guar-
; e-ttaed. f 1.H value 'Vffi -wwt
BLACK PBATf ! P? CTO!-f-taeh.
beautiful lustrous black warranted all
Iura allk the grade that wears full
Utt value for ...'............1.H
FRENCH FLANNBLa M-tach assorted
. colors and patterns Mo value .e
JUST RBCWVED low TARDA OF ALL
WOOL DRKbB GOODS In plain and
fancy weaves smart mixtures and solid
the popular aad desirable goods fa Skirts
and Lone Coats. Beys' Pants etc.: as-.
sorted widths a4 erioaa. ;
OUTINOS for Wrappers Waists. etc.
U l-lo and Uo value 1oo
OOTTOM CRASH Worth (Tt-SeAt.df-a
FTJRB UNEM CRASH "Genuine Bams-
toyVlSe value i ;....101-S
ALL LINfJN' CRASH 11 t-le Value.t 1-a
8PRBADr-Marsellles: patterns medium
sis hmmd $1J& value. ..7to.
wm rvmj wortn so . . .. .... .zz i-ao
PERCAI.KH ANT) CAMBRICS' for Dresses.
Boys' Waists etc. M Inches wide
-worth II too and lSc....uf.... 1-M
AUTO SCARFSvTae aluee'.'.-t;.Mse
WOMEN'S HANDKKRCHIIFS I5e
values. ....f7.. .......... 11-le
WOMEN'S HANDKERCHIEFS lOo
MOROCCO FINian HAND BAOA1
. Worth Mc .... ...ay.4ie
'fiTOMEN'S BELTSFarsian crushed kid.
patent leather leather elastic etc.
values to $1.00 choice ....lie
TABLE IJNENWorth lo Me
WOMEN'S HOSE Silk finish lisle black
only full fashioned double heel and -
-toe garter top well wortb tto..vaae
I88E8 CHILDREN'S AND IVADIES'
HOSB-rBxcellntlfo vaju'.. ... is
INFANTS' LONO HOSE 811k lisle slsas
I to l-t Mc vaiaea ...............lae
HEN'S WORK SHIRT In fancy
.Cheviots eta values .Lata
MEN'S "BHAKER' BOX All wool. ISo
MEN'S BLACK SATEEN SHIRTS Tic -values
MEN'S COAT BWSATER8V.oe
DU 1 "wtw.8 Boils blues and tans
worth ate ...se
BOT8' WOOL PANTS Knickerbocker
iv2f iM to W years worth to
MTTLB BOTS' FELT HATS-Werth
4 X.0 .. w.........0o'
LARGE BOTS'. SUITS Medium and
heavyweights good patterns value
' to ft.n . .MC
kw1nwtie"ef Gtealf : Salt of
.Beautiful fashion ' annrovad i Dnisa
made of -best all Wool Bern. Chiffon.
Conttauation ef tke Bale ef 7
: I TailorW Coat tuits at 1S. ;.
'Ths suits represent the meet xcl
of Smart atylea. are made wlta
grace and charm aad are specimens ot e
cellent tailoring. The Very newest
meet desirable models In Senna firm
clothe. Worsteds Rough Weaves
MUctures and other ssssoaahi mater .
Had trade and weather conditions be
etnerwise many of these Beautiful
would be priced t $37M and SjOHO.
SILK PETTICOATS Heavy rustling
' feta to alaeka eolors and Dreadens U-
Jnch silk dust ruffle worth T and
e . tefyW frv t ens e fyAaf3
CHW3NON inTr'TS Coralstrng of IS Sep
NATURAL CTJRLT SWrrCB-tt-inch. t-
WOMEN'S KNIT TJNDERWEAK Jers
y nuMO kot worm sro
SILK WAISTS Heavy Taffeta to blacks
tollored and embroidered effect !
worth 16.00 ...S1.E.
WAISTS Pure Irish Linen "and; ' Linen-.
' embroidered and tailored (tcta wm i
"f lt.ee and M.tt is a a $l.t
CORSETS Newest style in Corsets
short medium and long' medela-rwHH
' four wide rubber supportara. xcetie t
THo values r.
FULL LENGTH OVTINO JOMpNO-i
Worth ILM and tt.7 '! 5
SHORT OUTINO KtMOOB Ioae aid
Stted .worth ... .......
WOMEN'S SOOTWO t.-OOWNS-TnUMt
. braid trimmed ouffg and yoke werth.
teOMJCN-S ALL. WOOL flWEATERU-
Fancy weaves -all eetors. worth
S"d J5.o .M if V J.v ' v
! ? Ertra peciat JiA1 Bug .
txlt AXMINSTER RUGS flHct peN M
terns werth Ul-Mu.v
- t.so nRtWSLs'"Wesar ' '
W7 BBBT AtMttfBTEn rtrqWoiJH'
$5.00 i a s.MaifM e.yeneeeee VO0-
rx6tKMrNSTR' hTJO-Worth 'M
UxM AXM1NSTEK RUWorth ;
i i I - V.'"' " 'f
. Killinery Speotala.
TRIMMED HATS Newest 'end "ost :
atr&hle styles nretty and chic. . .
alrable style- pretty af
Worth f7.es ana la w
: SHAPES 10 ( this . seasea'a moat de-
5 feu-able shape to felt and lvr
worth 1.M and P-00 : . . .t f
BLACK LACE VEILS Worth tl.M..
W1NQ8 AND KANCT FBATHhS of i
kinds worth prom see-w iw: w(
Panamas. Novelty dotha. Tifrtaji vrl
aallnee and Wool VeUes.7 T .
'r : Snva6 aa nt llananese. Ware
Our Immense stock ef thousands of dollars af ealvaga JAFANE8B -GfOS
stm en aale at prices that win astonish every One who knows the real worm
these goods. Thla stock la the largest best assorted and most complete ever she
In the city aad is being sold at pr&es less than half Its real value. We have .
vlded tn nine lots. - r 7 . - -
COT 1 I LOT S I LOT 1 1 LOT 4 I LQT 5 I LOTJl LOT ?i LOT I UCT
;5c 1 9c 1 17c z5cl 39c 4?S9c 79c :
toe cigaii Tmrr au
' i'i' U "
caex cm 3
f. I' CIC3 CZICAN7I13 CCA3 : COu - fhasSachma-- a tW
'mlttMmen tn. chars of the undertaking.
J A. Radford and T- C. Tarrer the eltr-
.The willingness with : whlchf Houston
ians allowed the association to have thla.
property la indicative of - the Carnivaf
spirit which la prevalent tat Houston f"--
The No-Tsu-Oh headquarters are be-
sieged daily now by requests for seat
ooupons. . The seat eoupona are ready
according to Judge Henry L. Bordeiv
chalrman'9f tha ball oommltt but the;
eats In tne Auditorium ar not and the
tickets can not be given. out until tha
seats ere In place and numbered.
A soon aa as possible the seat coupons
will be mailed to those who purchased
the memberships. The . invited ; guests
AJUUiir. UUJU.3 X&ii t .
j ii WHBBJ5 SALVES H
In regard to akin diseases medical a -thorltlee
are now agreed en this: -'
have already been sent Invitations
do one nas eeen aent seat coupons.
Points About Ptoph
B. F. Frymles has returned to Houston
after three years la Alaska. Into the loe
and snow he rushed in the stampede for
Iditerod and came back as he quotes It-
"With what Barnnm had a shew" :
During the past tea years Mr. Frymler
has spent practically au of his time hi
the frosen regions V the Northern Terri-
tory with occasional returns heme. ' In
pursuit of geM be has explored territory
seldom before visited by white men- but
now he say he has had enough.
."It la a hard fife and I think t have
had enough." explains Mr Frymler. "The
prtvatkma and hardships ar almost be- .
yon 4 eemnrbenalon. An I can say la
that'Psary with hla 100Ot expedlUon
his espeoiaUy- oonatructad -ship and his
equipment (or a dash for the pole had
"Give a few ef these old miners a dog'
and a sled aad a alios of beeon and they
would have a phonograph playing where
the Arctic explorers say they nailed the
Gradually. It is explained the Individ-
ual miner has been driven head of the
great corporations in the development ef
the wonderful territory. -. Nome aad Daw-
son and Skagway are becoming a "wag
proposition" Up the Yukon and Into the
wild the prospectors forge then way
on anow ahoaa and on aklea often pulling:
their own sleds; sJwatre working their
own elalme and frequently encountering
death In a wonderful hunt for gold.
The land ef ice and romance gold and
hardship is new part of great corporate
development. . .y- j
: According to Mr Frymler the govern
meat as represented by the department
ot the Interior and Mr. Bellinger is se-
verely criticised In Alaska. - .
It Is now possible to stake out what
are termed 'assoeiatioa claims " aaye
Mr. Frymlen. "They are or lto acres each
and a few representatives of the Geggen-
i aim interests by tnm means control
ef mineral eoani
Don't Imprison ' the ntaeaa ger"
your akin bythe use' of gieaay iv-
and thus encourage them to m'i
A true euro of all eosematou. ditw.
can be brought about only by uein i
healing: agents In the form-el ( hiu
. WASH THE GERMS OUT. -
A simple wash: A compound of pil
Wlntargrean. Thymol and other h
Alents aa combined in ths D. D. t. t
sertption. This penetrates to the
ease germs and.' destroys them t
soothes and hefls th akin as noUt
else .has ever doVm.y-? ;.'.
A tt-oant trial hotUe-wBl'Starl s
cur and give you Instant relief.
A. ft Kleallng." M4 Main Street.
tinned. "The eorporarJenS are suppo
to do $le worth of work eaeir yt-r
every twenty aeree. but on New-t
night they simply get together aad f
each other's clalma. 'Failing to work t
property It le forfeited at midnight
the laat day of December and open to
new" claimant. By collusion they tare
and the letter ot-the law la abaerv
while In spirit It le not." Agents hold
all and -the condition seems to nw
'oonaplraoyt Individual miners stand
.tie chance except tn tha far-off eeei
rThe Guggenhaltnv interests are b
.'tng th famous Copper Blvr rail rot.
open up a pew territory held In
atton claims' and in the names of i
"The law was passed for the Guggen'
iwims ana tn vanning name -
"The survsy was up- a canyon v.
mm mdtviduals had located claims
difficulty arose. The Independent ir
were alaln and a district attosney J
with a marshal to prosecute the all
kllante. Both were romoveo. -
"Again to another- camp eom''
area tnat Drougm issue in i
valuable property. The corpor
were against the individual and t '
found Us way into the courts. - tt.
S orations wen on one startling hit
nc. ..- . iL r-.
"Th evidence eras afterward she
he false and steps were taken to
cute for - perjury. Immediately
heeam- known that the grand J
InveetlgaUng this -dlstrlet attorn
"These are the eondltlons thf
given' rise to 'the Balllnger-Plnci
traveray. -In this eountry the t
but genarally known- In Sout
Alaska evary man knows the tru
"The oorporatlone -are develo
section at a tremendoue expemM.
methods they have adopted at
the saw." . ''(
" Dew. T. L. Henderson ef the t
of 'Texas ' spent ' yeeterdsy la
Dr. Henderson Js the visitor
schools for the State unlver
member of the faculty ef the
ef educatloa. He le oa his
convention ef educattonaliMts
Ga.. which will be attended t
most educational men of the c
Fowler's Discovery Doon ' to. tlz
When Harry L. Pewter attar years of
ttedloal rsssarch dlseeeered the lngre
dlents to make Ms Fewter; Pink Wafer
be practloany gave life 'a new sseanlng
for theee afilloted with chronlo constipa-
tion. - Reports ot (amoua aolantista 10
mdline enow that the -majority of Ill-
nesses are directly . duo to- constipation
and that it is mcetubbora to treat. But
rVwIer's Pink Wafers brought forth an
entirely new way of handling ' eonstipa-;
ttoa and; became at once a boon to man.
WneV-v- . ;- y.-:.- :-.
Theee UtUe wefere consist of a laxative
combined with milk sugar and'aromaW
lea. ' When masticated they taste as de
llghttul as candy and nave not the faint-
est taste of medicine. Children eat them
as eageily ss (. . Ti-sy are not a nr
Cittve or drastle cathartic '
xetlve acting upon the I
and elf ectlvsly without pain
agreeable'effeci ;Thay ai
leaa aad may be taken wi
dom. unUkey many other l
as castor ell casoara. pills
which are too hard and pt
action end which contain t-
etertoua drugs net only
take but liable te ore' -habit.
? Fowler pink V
regulate the bowels bo
chronlo. Constipation.' .
sent aamplea to thoura ;
-ever the eonntry and
pleased to send a si""'-'
one writing him. .A -ler.
Pan Antonio Jl
en at e4 u-i i
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