The Houston Post. (Houston, Tex.), Vol. 26, Ed. 1 Thursday, August 18, 1910 Page: 2 of 16
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tnd other good makes ""'of f.
Summer Shirts - that we're i ;
closing out here affords jovl
nea an excellent chance toT"1
iy in a year's supply at lit-v
tie cost. . . v.
The $3.00 Shirts A A
are now... $Velllr
' The $2.50 Shirts A"
are now......... )lyu
The $100 Shirts 3 W
' ' are now.V.Y... $luu
The $1.50 Shirts 4? f C
are now......... $1 Id
Get a Straw Hat now while
the prices are cut in naif.
Panamas are going the same
' way too. . . ' C: -. ;
DtoEasca. & Mitchell
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; - from
oonmaay r other oommon center rmlsss
th mum h free tram "apldera- exposed
end oC sand or any exposed or any ob
truding part of the tie bands buckles
or splices mod in tying of baling nob
bale of cotton nod to provide r-Wri
aa4 lthod of anforeajnant of tba Uwa
eaactd an thla mbjeot.
aHXDfl tOK CXlt REPAIRERS
i laHantiM roqnirtns tba araatlon
nalntanaaea of bnUdtnga for tba
prataodoa front rain wind and lb clement
wantnar of ampkqra angacad in rapalr-
log ranroad aara and othar railroad
nalpBMot. . nd proTldlBg panaltiaa for
vioUtlana and regulating aulta for tueh
praalttaa and auoh othar legialation npoa
thla aubjaat aa ntajr ba Appropriate and
(a nacawarV to prorlda propar protaotion
ta amplojsaa angagad b auoh warn. . s
'" i wayRAKta Iaw. s
. Ta aoaot a Uv rapaallng tba law
acted br tha Tbirtr-flrat lagtalatora at
! flrat eaUad aeadon. known aa chap-
r U and eotltlad 'In act proridlng on-
lona pon which flra lnauranoa com-
nlai ahaO traaaaet boalnaaa la thla
sto and proTldlng for tha regnlatloa
1 eon trot of ratea of premium on flra
-uraneea and to prarant dlaarhnlnatloa
rein U4 u eraata a nra laauranoa
board and ta proTtde panalttea for
'ona of thla act and declaring an
mcf" i and to an act adaquata lawi
jlng and fixing rata and prarant
c unjuat dlaerlmlnatlon by nra buar-
a eompaniaa and to prarant eamblaa-
a between auoh .eompaniaa to daatroy
petition ta flra lnauranoa rataa In
taa and to prorlda peaalUaa theretor4
1 to prorlda all aaeaaaarj meana for
jfoemant of raea lawa. .
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7. To consider and act upon such ether
attera aa may hereafter be presented
7 m pursuant to section at article t.
the eonatitutloB of the State of Texas
Hmonv whereof I have set my
' i 1 caused tha seal of the State
! Daily TTl.a Ertraordlnsrv
Stopover rrivilei " ;
2m Cj G.'I?.
' ' - ev fP V faiww -
. ilk W 4 4 i.l i f
TTCsrt orrtcx. ta maid
M. L MOKPr
D. ft. fsuLUrd
FreJ Eofhetai of wew Braunfels
RapubUoaa Kominaa for Comj) troll or.
of Taxaa to ba affixed at Auatln. Tcxaa.
thla the 0th dar of Auguat. ttift
- ' t t--..:--: T. 1C Campbatl .
Oorarnor of tba State of Taxaa.
CALL WAS ASTICIPArEIX'
Erea tlia Subjects to Submitted
; J : Wero Xaows :
v J. B. ptoMif
ADBTOf Taxaa. . Augaat IT. Tha
fourth eaOad aaaalon of tha Thlrty-flrat
legialatnra baglna toroorraw morning at
l:M e'olock. At Qnartar ater U o'clock
tonight each nouaa of the legialature waa
hearing read a meaaage from Oorarnor
T. M. CampbaU which manga embodied
a proclamation caning lor oonqpaen lag-
talattre aottntr at Auatln. The
waa m no aenaa a aurprlae. It 1
predicted br ererr paper la tha State
and even the aubjeota aubmlttad for eon
atdaratioa had become common knowl-
edge. . ' "
In the meaaage air apeetfle aubjeota
for legialation are mentioned. . 1
It ta aignlnoant that the gorernor laada
off with a request for a law protecting
the holdara of clalma againat raUroada.
While auoh a law win. of eourea ba gen-
eral In 1U prorialona and will protect ta
the future hoMera of clalma tha Imme-
diate eauaa for thla reoommendatton la
to bo found In tba fact that tha Inter-
national and Great Northern railroad
now In receivership baa been put up for
aale September 11. Tba aalo of the road
would mean that the h elders of clalma
againat tha road aggregating nearly 1-
fivU.OOO would auatain utter Lose in tha
event of the aale of the road
FECUIXARITT OF ADVERTISEMENT.
It la worth observing that the paperi
of today contain notloa of the aaj of the
International and that the date of filing
of thla document la Auguet 11
Either the copy of the advertisement
was (forwarded in adranea of the legal-
ising of the notice or it waa telegraphed
to the preea last night. Tha company
wishes to conform to the law requiring
publication of notice of a proposed aale
thirty days before such a aale shall be
effected. '"' - '
Nearly a month ago ft was stated ex-
clusively In The Post that the railroad
commission . desired to protect the cred-
itors of the International and Great
Northern aaalnst lose In the event of
aale and to secure a law that In future
would aaxeguara tna noioera oi ciaima
that would otherwise neoome wonniess in
the event of a road's becoming bankrupt.
In the dispatch 'referred to the name of
Commissioner Wllllama waa used. On
tha foUowlnc day other papers announced
that Chairman Mayf laid bad alao given
tbe problem much thought and that ha
believed the amendment of tba stock
and bond laws would secure tha desired
results.' .. . .:..':' "r ':.'.
i ' MANY PEOPLE INTERESTED j '
' It will be noticed tha proclamation calls
for a law "Providing for the protection
of holder of clalma agamat the old cor-
poration. Including claims for death and
for ' nersonal injuries auatained in tha
operation of the radread and tor loss and
damagea of property sustained la tha
operation or the railroad by auch com
unv. and bv - tha receiver ' thereof
Clalma of all of these kinds are now
pending against the International - and
ureet Northern ana there are In Taxaa
hundreds of persons who would lose
heavily by tbe sale of tba road were not
saoh a law enacted Immediately.' -
ZllirZSS DISCLOSED SHORTAGE.
Hew York Clerk Dying ignerant of
; AttachmeBt lor $36000.
. iAaocimtft Prcw Rarl)
NEW ; TORE Auguat 17. Adolph
Gabriel? confidential derk for a New
York leather company la dying of ty-
phoid fever ta hie uptown residence un-
conscious of the fact that an examination
of his books made since he became 111
has' revealed dlacrepanclea which led a
supreme court Justice yesterday to Issue
an attachment againat him for fM.OOII.
Gabriel had been in the employ of. the
concert for 'ten years and auch con-
fidence was reposed In. him that no ex-
amination of his books had been made
for several years.
Selierei Headache - l'
; . Honford'i Acid Phosphate. . j'
Relieve fcesdsete isndtMtvouMeH caused by
impaired difcetton iwakefulaoe or overwork. .
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' i. IN iTOCK AT DALLAS
' TbHw wni fttrnlsh morw water at lean
exponas tiaa . anjr -Othar Centrtfugat
Pnmp. Writ w fogrtJoga B;" U
will toil you why. v';.. :--5-;':';'
Also fuD line of Weir Drllllna
Machinery Pimiplng Machinery Teole
and Appllaiw y:. '; i;- ;:'t--'.' St
f.eeeniCn 4 al 4 wTllS
in Commerc tt DALLAS TEXAS.
dcapk and telephon Companies
Hilt Common Carriers and
rranki Prohibited. 7
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WASHINGTON. Auguet 17- At. mid-
night tonight tha new railroad law win
become effective. ' Immediately upon tbe
paaaage of the act sixty day ago sec-
tions of the law relating to the suspen-
sion .of rate went Into effect .'l;--j. -
Since that time . the Interetat . com-
saeroe eommlaalen has bean operating an
der the law. - -;s ; v- 'w; ' (
It la not the Intention of (he eommla-
Km. to .tax formal notice tf the effec-
tiveness ef the lew by the laawanoe now
or at .any future time of a formal state-
ment eonoerning its provlalana. - All of
them are assumed by the eommiaaiaa to
be well understood. - .
A eonferenee was held by the eommta-
eloa with' representatlvea of tha tele-
pb and telephone oompaoiea eoacern-
the law ae H applies to them. The
tpenlea expressed a desire to do an In
Ir power te facilitate the work of the
commission so far aa It might relate to
them. Hereafter of course aa common
earrlera under tha law. tba telegraph and
telephone companies will have -to file re-
porta .with the commission eonoerning
their business. Just aa tha raUroada now
Tha flffllWi W.M InlMul ah.
after today no franks for - met
could teejally be issued eacent aa aov.
erned by the anti-pass provision of tha
Hepburn act. After today therefore the
tssuaaoe and uas ef telegraph and tele-
phono franks are barred by the statute.
The long and short haul provisions of
the recently enacted law while it be-
comes effective at once actually will not
be operative for six months as that time
te allowed for the earrlera to adjust with
the commission the tariffs with respect
to that provision's ' . '
' No announcement ha been made by
President Taft of appointments to tha
commeroe court or to the commission to
make mwi titrations under the new law.
It la aeeroely likely that -the commerce
court win begfn operation before some
time early In the coming year. ;
IS FLAN PROPOSED BY TEXAS
: 1 1IEECHASTS.
Board of Direeton of Eetail Assoola-
: tlon Will Perfect Plans at ;
' . Austin Konday .
RAN ANTONIO. Texaa Auguat 17.
The Retail Merchants' Association . of
Texaa plana to eombat the high Insur-
ance rata by establish log a mutual fire
Insurance company to take care of the -rlaka
of Its member. A meeting of the
board of directors of the association has
been called at Auatln Monday by W. M.
Morgan of San Antonio president of the
association.- - K
The meeting win perfect the plans for
the new. company which will probably
be chartered In tha near future aa the
took haa been liberally eubecrtbed.
Tbe plan for tha Insurance company
waa flwt conceived at the annual meet-
ing of the aasoclatlon at Houston and
the idea has constantly grown in popu-
larity president Morgan haa been very
nthuslaatlc in the organisation work.
It Is due to his efforts that the move-
ment haa made such good progress. -
Tbe retail merchants- of Texaa carry
Bnany million dollars of Insurance prob-
ably more than any other aasoclatlon in
the State. Within a short time after
It organisation the promoter believe
their company will be one of the moat .
Important In the State even If leaa than
one-fourth of the total insurance carried
by the retail merchants is listed with the
company to ba organised. .
At the meeting Monday I feel sore the
Siutual fire Insurance oompany win take
enntte form" aaid Mr. Morgan. "The
retail merchants feel that the present
rate Is too high and they can ace only one
way to remedy It and that la to organise
their own company to carry their own
rlaka. Common aenae teaches the move
I a business one and the progressive
merchants of Texaa are seeing it in that
itghvy ..7 w
; bit pABimra cotobess. U
Second Annual Session Wu Opened
at Eagle Pass. :':;
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IAOIJD PASS Texas Auguat 17. With
aa audience that packed the court house
the second annual session of the Texas
Dry farming Congress waa called to or
der tonight by G. A. Martin of El Paso
first president and founder of the organ-
isation. . ' ' . V ' - . .
. The convention wOl remain in session
Thursday and Friday.-" ;
The flrat session of the congress tonight
was devoted principally to the welcome
address on the part of the people of
Eagle Pass and the response on behalf
of tbe congress. The annual address of
tbe president was delivered also. -
Tbe president announced that thedlf-
r.rmt . imint. Aalatlona nreseat would
caucus tomorrow morning- for' the selec
tion of man to be named on me creaeu-
tlals resolutions and other committees.
Every county in- Texaa Is entitled -to five
votes in tbe congreas if it ha five dale-
ntea nreaent: if a entailer number of
delegataa are present they only cast aa
many votes aa there are delegatee; If a
laraer number then five vote I the limit
'for each county. ' - .' ' " --
The addresa of welcome was aeiiverea
this afternoon by John R. Sanford presi
dent of the Eaals Pass industrial league.
Mr Sanford told tha delegataa all about
Eagle pasa and assured them of a hearty
welcome but the beaming good-natured
faces of tbe dtlssns who packed the hall
told Just as eloquently as the speaker
that tbe people were giaa to sea tne con
grass bold its sessions here.
Tbe reeoonae waa made by Dr. -Benja
min F. Berkeley of Alpine third vice
president of the eongrsas the man whose
frlvllege It waa a year ago to welcome
he gathering of the delegate who
formed the congress. -;4 i K ;
PIGTmES Olf POPULATIOlf.
Statistician Eitimatei United States
. at Over 83600000.. 5
NEW YORK. August 17.-A Columbia
University atatlstlclaa has been compar-
ing the census figures thus far announced
at Washington with those fib prctlout J
enumeration Ha figure that the aver
age gain thus far shown I 3.1 per cent.-
If a similar percentage la applied to the
rest of the country the net gain for the
whole - country will be about . nJQ0ua
making the total population of the oon--tlnaaUl
ynlted States over 81800000. '
: Poua Pumes Three jregroei. .
' ' ' ' v VUoettd Prut Xer.. vV- :;' -:
MOBILS. Ala.. " August 17.-r.With a
trlpt lynching almost certain to follow
their capture armed cltiiens of Bay
Mlnette. Ala. a email town east of lo-
blle. are pursuing three negroes who to-
night shot and killed the marshal Joseph
Smith when' he attempted to arrest
'them. ' Bloodhounds and offlcera were
eent from Mobile to aseist in th search
' Malar! Cause t.ee T appetite.
The Old Stsodsrd Grove's Tasteleat Ckill
Tonk ivaa out sukrla and bailds S the
srttiB fr grows people and children lea.
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C S. I rregidest cf r
nion Ivised rrrn t a 1
1 7. ; . Clear of It. .
' MpNTOO ilERT. . Ala... Auguat 17.
Strong opposition to the proposed plan
Of John Haya Hammond Daniel J. Sully
and other cotton men to -establish a
xhaln of cotton ware houses in the South
were discussed at the Alabama Farmer
Progi asslve and Co-Operative union. .
National ; Preaidant a S. Barrett re-
ferred te It ta hi address to the conven
tion. He said. . --;. 1. - . .
"A meeting was called. Atlanta being
elected far it-to discuss 'he advlaablltty
01 aaiaaTina unaer ens Business organ-
isation the control of the union Ware'
houses ta Oeorsia. There were - more
than It auch establishments at tbe time
the number being second only to those of
"It was proposed te have a boa a big
man to run the business to have It us-
ees' the control of a fees men. It waa
proposed to the farmer to give up hi
tight and turn the control over to the
boss. A year later another meeting waa
held and the plan failed to carry.
"The trouble with you farmer la yon
want too much: you are sever aatlsfledir
rest a while when yon get eomethtng and
enjoy 11; never give up your warehouses.
They refused te In Oeoreta. Maw ur.
renoW your rights." -
Biaie rresraeut w a jaoma. tn aa nv-.
tarview declared: ;
"The Southern farmers realiateg along
what lines their best Interest lie will
never affiliate with auch a mevesaeat.
To block auch a movement win be our
strongest effort. Can any one Suppose
the Southern farmers will place -the con-
trol of the cotton crop ta the hand f
other Interests! : . .
"We are well satisfied with erwUng
condition as compared to what the re-
sult of the advent of such cotton taatt-
tdtion would be. I am convinced the
farmer of Alabama and the rest of the
South will meet this plan with cold
shoulder. It Is hot to their Interest or
the Interests of hundreds of lneMiuil
ciuea wim wmea taey no user
DAHLAUN ; IN LEAD
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MAT BEAT 83AUENBEEQE& BT
His CroTernor'i Stronfliold Is Yet to
Hear lTosi---Aldrioli Leads -
Am srfaw Pra lUfori.)
Meb." Angnst' 17-Returns
being received tonight show a material
reduction ta th big majority ef Mayor.
Jama C. Dahlmaa. democratic candidate
for governor polled in Omaha and ta
J-taooln. Governor Bhallenborger. how-
ever haa far Trom captured all th np-
Stete counties ' many of them shewing
majorities for. Dahlmaa. ; With -the re-
turn ta from moat of the counties car-
ried by -the mayor' the Indications are
that Governor Khailenberger will have a
majority of NO te overcome In the coun-
ties favoring him. Most of the Shallen-
berger count! are returning but small
SKSTVeflSte TktM Ul4 th tnrilntlAta a.
nlct ar that Dahlman will be able to .
.POM through vfith. a small majority. '
AioncR leaaa ror toe rep u nil can
nomination on tne face of the returns
-outside tof Douglaa iconpty where. Cady
received a majority of about 3500. -
For the democratic senatorial nomina-
tion Congressman . Hitchcock leads Met-
calfe editor- of Mr. Bryan's paper more
than two to one In th return ao-faf
received. -i-..-. . . '... -
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JS0 HAltMOUT IS HEW TOSS.
Ties President Sherman Says Taft .
' Adrioe Will Hot Be Heeded v '::
BBTVTERLY Mass. August 17. With re-
gard to the New York situation and es-
pecially the action of th State republican';
committee yesterday. Vice - President
Sherman said he had explained matter
to th president as far as he understood
"Did - yon explain th tarndown cf
'I don't Jtnow that Mr. Roosevelt was
turned down. I only know that another
man waa selected aa temporary chairman
ol tbe convention."
Mr. Sherman aaid ha did not think th
event of yesterday would have a very
serious effect upon the republican cam-
palm although he 'Could not aay they
extended to harmony. .
'It haa been suggested (hat you might
.withdraw in the (surest of harmony."
'No. I am going to serve in the In-
terest of harmony s j -v
President Taft it as from tha very first
endeavored to bring about harmony in
New York State. He haa fairly pleaded
with the leaders to "avoid a fight" but
there I apparently a likelihood that hi
advice will not be needed.. .. - .
.Vice Preaidant Sherman told the preeV.
dent that the repubilcaa State platform
will carry a warm indorsement of hi
administration and of all his acta --w.--
"Will it be a clean-cut progressive plat-
form as Mr. Roosevelt suggested"' the
vice president waa asked.
"I nave not digested Colonel Roose-
velt's statement yet. It will be a clean-
cut republican platform."
. OOMFESS AT CO-TVEJiiTIOl.
Sealed E Wu Thers to take Part
in Miaers' CuntroTeny.
"' (AmciattiPrtikjlifrrt.1 ''
IKfDIAKAPOLIS Ind August 17.
Bamuel Oompers; president of the Amer-
ican Federation Of Labor appeared m
the special International convention of-
the United Mine Worker today and de-
nied that be was In Indianapolis In 'the
interest ' of any faction m the miners'
organisation. He stated that the object
of his visit waa to meet with other mem-
bers of the executive board of. the
American Federation of Labor to hear.
the application of President Charles
Mover of the Western Federation ' of
Miner for admission to the federation.
' President Oompers stated that it waa
the Intention t -admit the Weetem Fed-
eration of - Miners and' establish a de-
partment of mines In tbe American Fed-
eration of Labor. He appeared on the
Slatform with John Mitchell and William
i Huber president of the International
Brotherhood of Carpenters and Jolnera'
union. ' - :(" '. '-'vi
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' CAH50H OPEFED (C A1IPAIQH.
Th Speaker Talked qf Pioneer Days
and Contraited Them With Kow.. v
:''' itAMKimltiPriMilitfrt.'l i
. CI98IMA PARK til. August 11.-
Bpeajcer Joseph Q Cannon today told
the eld Bottlers ef Iroquois eouaty that
f J probably waa addressing' them for the
last time. H speech;: which had been
regarded -' the. opening of the Illinois
congressional campaign 'contained little
of the old time vigor of the rep'i-ite
tlve of the eighteenth Illinois dlxirlct.
- Instead he talked of pioneer d"vs and
contrasted them unfavorably . 'wuh the
present.-'' ' .-'( - - " '
: Th rotitlcal tinge only was Introduced
When asserted vehemently tntit tne
protective policy of Lincoln Grunt
tne f ' (. "i.eld waa r
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W . w l iw w - - - fc - - - - -
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: In a wcrd H:r.t a Safe Dcfc:!. zx Li cr i
'y'Lzrgzr &t4 Firs ProcfVaa!t3 tX a ccctcf l? yz:
7Vhsa 'pbcirg anything in your prlvaia tzti cr Lll j
Jzayfhlng out you have the privacy of a well 1! -hi : J zr.i
;'veni.Iated coupon room with telephone at your ccni-
Tand Can we show you the 'different 'sizes in Zz
Deposit Boxes today?. yi-'l. "S-'.y
v.; ' ii 'k.J:u
':'mv- ';J great
Ground Floor. Basement
' Applications for Groond Floor Basssrsst and Boot Garden space in
: the S. F. CARTER BUILDING will be received by S. F. Carter at the '
ALnmbennans Bank or S. T. Swinford No 70 1 First Nat'l Bank Bld; ;
f f J (..m.wimmI fSeel asiJ sM.m1 flnnwe an ha lamraii in.
-J UCaiXCVi iuc iaaciucui auu ttit auucvuuu
rjether and partitions arranged to suit provided
YBISLJfEST X0STT SXEB SE0ST-
r IT ATTZSLJilXSQ STSICXET.
Body Has Bees Embalmed and Kay
Be Sent Home Accompanied c
... by V. 8. Wanhips. ;
(Auociatrt Pru Jtrreri.) :
BRBMBN. Auguat 17. The death of
President Montt of Chile In thla city last
night- waa eoiexepeeted.''-. - .
He waa" preparing for bad when he waa
aeised with erempe of the heart and died
almost Instantly. Hi wife was with him
at th time. As soon aa it waa seen that
Senor Montt a condition waa serious - a
EnrsiCian was sunuuoom. ou. h waa w
Th doctor did ail he could ta Bare nia
patient but without success.
resident jaonii passea away aim on
Instantly. - . ' '
Tha bodv haa been embalmed and nrob-
ably will be taken to the CathOllo ami red
or di. jonannes wneiw n wiu res. unui
WASHINaTON. August 17.-Tor thro
day the flags on all government build-
ings Tn thsTHstrict of Columbia will fly
at half mast as a mark of respect to the.
late president of Chile Pedro Montt. wh
died at Bremen. Oermany. ' Thla order
went out tonight to the noting heads ef
the depertroenie by direction of President
Taft. - .- -. ;-'
The president also lent through 'the
stats department to Benor Klla Fernan-
do Albino vice president of Chile an
expression of the sympathy of the Amer-i
lean people with tie Chilean nation andN
his own condolences In the lose that
country haa sustained In the death Of
President Montt. -Raeratarv
Kno also sent throuah the
i department an expression of hi regret
OX tne CSSin Of rrewu.in jnvmi. -
It Is possible thaV American 'Warship
-.S.'. ''.v Vli -. saW t
V cevM of E '.auma tlam was vr cnrd except Vy a thor'"'-t puriaca-
tlon of tha blood ; Jus as long aa the blood Remain ar; - 1 v jx i nn"i t-
inj nrlo aoid poison th pniniul Usa will continue. The j -las and tcae
Of Bhramatism ar only symptom and it is true tfcea r.-y te ccet i
and tamporarUy relieved by th application of platters l: iP'j t nd
bom remedies of various kinds but
garous disease by depending on local
the ' mlstak with constant suftrlng
In th only way it is possible to cure th disease. It f
. blood and r. . jves ta nrio acid from tha circulation tit
bones mniicltt and Joints ar all lubricated and fed v . i rr
lnstead of t''- X Cv'i'iaual'y Irri Ud and In - - r i i
impurity. v -Wh.cn B. 8. 8. Las cUi led and ft. el t
and aches oeas f '. InSanmat! ;i d.:;p"pra. f l ;
' supfle and evai y n LU evn- iu ' si
on Lieama : ' .&Xf:ji 1 - - - -
B. A.w TnAVELEPtS' CflEQUES
Issued by this bank .have; bkrt the lead-
ing medium JoexchangeVtised: by .the
Houston traveler this : summer : "
I -vThey have proven safe and coiivelnient
and the self-identifying feature has won
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meet every requirement ef th tin-
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repair te St hi plant for a sea-
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may convey the "body of the late presi-
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return to Chile. ... r if
HAT STA!f OUT Of PIGHT
Eooerelt Sayi He 'Hay tears It TJp
fTf t to the "Old wuLnJf0J-
OYSTER BAT' Auguet 17. Theodore
Roosevelt Way stay out of politic in New
Tors State during the coming campaign
as a roault of the action of the republican
State committee yesterday I refusing to
recommend him a temporary chairman
of the State convention.
Colonel Roosevelt laughed today aa he
talked of .yesterday's meeting and said
the result gave him genuine pleasure He
explained his attitude by Baying be felt
the committee had relieved him' of all
responsibility in connection with the con-
duct and result of the campaign.
He added that he had not decided
Whether he would attend the convention.
He would talk thine over with Rspre
sentaOve W. .W. Cocke and ether pollt-
' leal leaders of his -bom district he aaid.
before deciding and he 1 Inclined te th
belief that It would be better. to stay
away and let the "old guard" carry on
the fight by Itself. ...
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