The Houston Post. (Houston, Tex.), Vol. 26, Ed. 1 Thursday, November 3, 1910 Page: 9 of 16
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Candidate for Oorerao? . Critlciied
Oppotitioii.ssd Baid Half of All
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Special pieces of Diamond
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Solitaire Diamond Rings
Diamond and 8apphire Rings
Diamond and Emerald Rlnga
Three-stone Diamond Rings
Diamond Bar Pins
Diamond Circle Brooches
All-Diamond Cluster Rings
All-Diamond Princess Rings
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' Heft. J. Oi Terrell republican candidate
for aovernor.addresaed a crowd of be-
tween 40f end' Me persons at Turner ban
Wednesday' evenlnc ouUlnlng the (an-
oral principles of the party he representa
doatna in a period that drew prolonged
applauae.' .-' '
- Before the meetins Judge Terrell held
aji Informal reception at' his quarters at
the Rice hotel. The chairmen of the dif
ferent county -and precinct-republican
man. The event was characterised as one
of parrieular Importance in tho history of
minority pouues in tnis Biaee.
The. eommc Of Mr. Terrell marked the
laauance of instructions to the repub-
lican leadera not only to tighten the or-
ganisation but at the same time waa a
call to the colors in preparation for ths
demonstration eipected whan Jtr. Roose-
velt invades the Btats next spring. Mr.
Terrell la making an effort to cement the
members of hla party in thta State to
lead the organisation into a new political
policy and to build - the foundations for
the establishment 'of an actual element
of strength In the control of State affairs.
talked National issues.
Mr. Terrell was escorted to Turner hall
by Harris Maaterson T. 1L Kenneriy C
'A. Warnekea and George Kepple all of
whom occupied places on the platform.
When he eommenced speaking ths hall
was about half full and when he finished
moat of the seats were taken.
For two full hours ths republican can-
didate for governor spoke upon the Na-
tional Issues of the party and frequently
his remarks were punctuated by ap-
plauae. Taking up the tariff be defended the
recent law and all laws bearing upon the
principle. He declared that the enforce-
ment of such lawa brought higher wages
to the workmen. He contrasted condi-
tions In this country and in England
' where free trade was long a cardinal
principle now only-partlalIy modified.
A native of the South and growing up
from boyhood in this State he declared
that tho question of States' rights and
.elarery were properly settled by the re-
"I lost as many slaves and as much
"property as a result of the civil war as
any ' man" declared the speaker "and
yet I say that few men today will sup-
port the institutions that were swept
.away when slavery waa abolished."
Speaking so rapidly as to make accu-
rate quotation almost impossible Mr.
Terrell passed from a defense of the tar-
iff and of the republican party In general
to the Issues of labor extravagance In
government banks and trusts.
Almost every point was illustrated with
some story peculiarly adapted to the con-
dition. OREAT MANUFACTURING NATION.
- English Institutions Mr. Terrell ex-
plained served for the model upon which
the Institutions of the United States were
founded. England was a manufacturing
.country and those who framed the con-
stitution and established the government
as through successive administrations
conditions were met realised that the la-
boring man must receive Just return for
his service. When the tariff tax was
first conceived as a protective measure
In the wool industry it was recognised
that America was eventually to become
a great manufacturing nation and the
prevention of such conditions as existed
in the mother country was as much a
motive and an Inspiration for the pro-
tective policy as was the need for the
collection of a tax to support the govern-
ment he said.
He explained that while railroad tm-
iloyes worked In Eneland at this lime
'or an average of $4 87 a week the aver
age wage in this country was 120. He
quoted Mr. Gompers as authority for the
statement that if the English wor Kingman
would live In the United States under ths
sante conditions as he lived at home be
could subsist on lower-wages.
Mr. Gompers spent three months In
England atudytng labor conditions there
before he submitted the report given as
authority by Mr. Terrell.
STATE DEMOCRACY AND BANKS.
The speaker took occasion to criticise
the attitude of the democratic party of
Texas with regard to the banking system-
"The democrats of this State Were gen-
erally opposed to National banks'' be de-
clared. "For years they were against
the Idea of State banks and carried the
opposition Into their party platforms.
Then somebody suscestsd that It would
be a. good Idea to have State banks and
thev passed the bill to create auch In.
Btitutibns and tscked on the emergency
clause to mase tne taw immeoiaieiy op-
erative. They waited twenty years while
they were sgsinst Stats banks and then
couldn't wait a few days when once they
changed their composite mind.
DEMOCRACY ALWAYS WRONG.
"In fact" announced the speaker ."the
democratlo party has been eternally
wrong and always late in finding It out
I don't blame them tor their Impatience
when once they took up the matter of
banks. For a time they were .opposed to
The speaker declared that even 1f the
farmers were getting 50 cents a pound for
cotton some of them would be against
the government that created the condition
arivlrta- aneh a nrioe. -
Carrvuw his illustration from the banks
to the money question Mr. Terrell told of
the sreenback days and of how he had
borrowed 1200 to bear his expenses at
school. After be gained his education lie
tried to pay tne money oacs ana accu'
mnlaesd the amount In "Shlnplasters.
When he came back to look at the note
he had made he found it was payable to
gold and he really had $30 less than be
had figured upon.
"It took me a month more to pay that
nets and I have never forgotten the les-
son.' he declared. "I promised myself
then to never stand ror a party tnat aid
mi) maintain the even balance of coin
age because when a paper dollar Is worth
leas l nan s-gou upuar us poor aw
. Qreenbacktsm was characterised as even
Coat mad Puts Dyed $2.50
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vary as much at. coffee
beans in (nice and qual-
ity Mexican beans be-
ing the choicest.
is made only from the
finest Mexican Vanilla
Beans arid contains.; all
their rare fragrance and
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;lAYK FERMANEMIY CVERQOtJE
3Y fROPK PERSONAL EFFORTS
WITH EE ASSISTANCE vf THE CJE
TRULY taiTiaAL IAXAM--SYRU?
WHICH CKABLQ CN TO FORM IE6ULA2
WANTS DAILY. SO THAT ASSISTANCES
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WITH WHEN HO LONGER KEEDED.ISTHE-
BEST Of REMEDIES WHEN REQUtREH
ARE 10 ASSIST RATURE AND ROT TO SUP-
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leas dangerous than the Idea of free sil-
ver. Mr. Terrell characterised both as
CLOSING QF CAMPAIGN.
From Houston Mr. Terrell and Mr. Lyon
go to San Antonio where the closing ad-
dress of the republican campaign Is to
Traveling over the BtaUe the candidate
haa delivered speeches In almost every
town of consquence in Texas. t
It Is proposed to induce Theodore
Roosevelt to postpone his proposed trip
to Texas until next April so that tho
necessary arrangements can bs made for
a series of open air meetings in differ-
ent cities. Mr. Roosevelt is quoted ss
saying that If he believed he could carry
a single Southern State be would be a
candidate for president at ths next gen-
eral election. '
Cecil A. Lyon chairman of the State
republican committee and National com-
mitteeman had nothing to say when in
Houston Wednesday sbout the proposed
candidacy of Mr. Roosevelt but he did
say that It was proposed to Induce ths
lion hunter to postpone his trip to Texas.
"Mr. Roosevelt is making history now"
declares Mr. Lyon "not writing It. We
want him to come to this State at ' a
time when the climate will permit of a
series of great open air demonstrations.
We want the republicans of Texas to
vote the republican ticket."
Mr. Terrell was with Mr. Lyon at the
time of the interview.
"Half the people of this State are nat-
urally republican" declared the candi-
date. "You have democratic newspapers
with republican editors and real repub-
licans In the actual machinery of ths
democratic organisation. They hold the
principles of republicsnlsm and are Just
ao many Joe Cannons but they want a
showing before they come over.'
ON THE STATE CAMPAIGN.
Both Mr. Lyon and Mr. Terrell were
aroused by the refusal on the part of
Mr. Colquitt to meet Mr. Terrell In Joint
debate at San Antonio.
"He said that he wanted to speak
slone." said Mr. Lyon. "He is aide)
quoted as saying that he was going to
take the hide off us. We would like to
have the chance to answer him If he
"Everywhere" said Mr. Lyon "Mr.
Terrell has received a gratifying recep-
tion. At Gslveston the hall was crowd-
ed with perhaps 800 standing. It has been
the same In other cities."
MUCH INTEREST IN BENEFIT
Newsboys Will Get Warm Food and
Clothing From Fiotura Shows
If the Interest taken In the coming
benefit for the Houston newsboys may
be taken as a criterion of the thickness
of stockings cape shirts and mittens
to be worn by the boys this winter
chilly blasts and small newsboys will be
The newsboys themselves have been
given bundles of tickets and by ths use
of the same quality of salesmanship that
the dally papers are disposed of the
tickets are going like hot cakes. These
tickets purchased of any newsboy will
admit the holder to motion picture shows
on Friday and the management of the
different shows will share their pro-
ceeds with the newsboys to the end that
warm meals and warm clothing may be
provided during the cold weather. Tick-
ets for the benefit have been placed at
the Luhn Rous e and Klesling drug
stores and may be obtained at those
Mrs. Presley K. Ewlng assisting In
the management of the benefit said
last night that from persent indications
the benefit would be successful. Every
one interested In the welfare of Hous-
ton's newsboys Is urged to buy a ticket
RUN OVER BY ICE WAGON
0. H. Hardln Seriously Injured
When He Fell to Ground From
Seat of Vehicle.
P. H. Harden. 1U Rosalie street was
seriously Injured yesterday afternoon
when be fell beneath the wheels of an
Ice wagon he had been driving. Two of
the wheels passed across his body.
Harden was driving an open wagon
filled with blocks of Ice and was n ear-
ing the entrance to the packing houaer In
the Second ward to which place he was
taking the Ice.
Striking a roadside telephone pole with
the hub of a wheel. Harden was shaken
from his seat on a board placed across ths
Ice. The slippery surface offered no means
by which he was able to stop himself
and he slid beneath his wagon. After
being taken to the 8t Joseph Infirmary In
the westhelmer ambulance an examina-
tion was made and Harden was found to
have sustained a broken ankle a frac-
tured collarbone two broken ribs and nu-
merous scratches and bruises on the face
THREE FEK CENT DIVIDEND.
Eanken Trust Cfe Increases Annual
. Returns to 12 Fer Cent
The Bankers Trust company has de-
clared a quarterly- dividend of t per cent
payable to stockholders of record No-
- vember SO. Announcement was formal
ly made an Wednesday.
' in is quarwiy niioa
new doIIcv In
creased distribution of
allowance of an In-
fore dividends were nald & ner cent semi
annually. Bankers Trust company -stock
now yields IS per cent whereas formerly
It paid but 10.
At the same time of the announcement
of the dividend the fact was made known
that the name of Frank Andrews had been
added to the list of directors. P. a Dur-
ham has been advanced from the poet of
teller to that of assistant treasurer.
No appointment has yet been made to
Till the 'existing vacancy at -the head of
the real -estate department.
" ? ( DB& EUIEN eV EALST0N.
' Practice .limited 'to the '.eye.'-""
i lot acaaiaa Blag. Food frestoa .'
Our Great Display
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IS LARGER AND BETTER TODAY
HE success of the first day of bur Great Plume Sale proved be
yond a doubt tqe demand for the best in willow Plumes. . ; lo-
: day we have surprise for you. ; Instead of a ' pickea-over
assortment we offer an entirely new lot consisting of thousands
of dollars worth? of the choicest Willow. Plumes. This " ship
ment has just arrived" and is on display for the first time. ' The prices
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$65JX) Willow Plumes
$5000 Willow Plumes
$35.00 Willow Plumes
$29.50 Willow Plumes
$25.00 Willow Plnmes
$2000 Willow Plumes
$1750 Willow Plumes
$1500 Willow Plumes
$12 50 Willow Plumes
$10.00 Willow Plumes
$ 7.50 Willow Plumed
$ 5.00 Willow Plumes
New Styles wd ; Effects in Imported
All tne newest rans snapes in natters' pinsn suk oeavers ana ;
finest Velvets. Don't miss this chance for great economy in yonf ':
Fall Millinery.. You may save many a dollar and at the same; r
time have a beautiful and stylish hat that suits your own taste j'
These shapes are specially priced during our Plume sale at ...i--T
$10.00 $12.50 and SiaOO
(second riopij ... " .
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values in ; worn
Here are exceptional offerings In Tailored Suits for women I
and misses. Every garment ls beautifully tailored is right;
up to the minute in style is right in color na weave and all
hive the snap that women like in their clothes. . : . .i ' . ' :
These Suits are in all the most stylish fabrics 'plain and;
novelty made up in a great variety of styles perfectly tailored1
and fashioned to appeal to people of discrimination. 1 ; i."
Two-piece Suits of French'serge ''pebble cheviots and fancy -weaves
in blues browns and grays. - Thetcerrect short coats.'
with guaranteed satin lining. The skirts are pleated paneled
or the flared flounce styles. These Suits are valued at from 1
$22.50 to $24.50:but are spedaUy priced at $19.50. ' . -. '
Two-piece Suits of fancy worsteds pebble cheviots serges
" and' diagonals. .There are many models of mannish materials '
in hairlines and mixtures of the severely tailored type. In black -and
colorings of navy brown and ' gray r also two-tones and
fancy combinations ; $29.50 values are selling at $24.50. v .:
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We are prepared to show you ."the-very style
you are ; looking for in ' either Hawes von Gal '
Hats at $3.0( or Stetsons at $4.00 and $5.00.
'Also those popular 'Austrian Velours at $6.00
Out Hat Department is uri to the minute in every de-
tail and carries a most complete stock of both Scft
Hats and Derbys :
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