The Houston Post. (Houston, Tex.), Vol. 24, Ed. 1 Thursday, October 29, 1908 Page: 4 of 16
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CURES ALL WEAKNESS
Don't roa want to feel the slow af Mirtm Rf tn yaw Moo4
an nP" to feel th. binbMlo aptm of rth atrain? Don't TO
want to haw . stronc haej-t ooura- ssiTaa of Ut aatf-coafl-teao.
.trenrtfa tn every or ran. emblttom. .a.lgy artt as oodur-
air Doa't ro wast to ftf of th.
"come aa4 ro" palaa th raoetoatlam.
f f i TV J it
PBn? D ffV !e't aufti mora.
HlI- Ln.Vin . hlj itfe.jir jt
of doltara In doctor.' bill. If you ret It
ed book ahowtnc haw It I. am Hed with prtoe. and taatlmonlala W. rand
aaled fraa. tf ya aaad this advartUamenl. or writ for It. Kneloaa tha ad
Dr. M. L. McLaitaklin Co 411
Sportsmen the Deer Quail and
Dove Season Opens November 1
And tf you are making preparations and looking for
the beat call and allow us to show you our line of
Winchester Take-Down Repeating Shotguns Auto-
matics and Other Standard Makes of Gun.; also Rifles
Carbines of all calibers. Caps. Coats. Vests Pants Leg-
gins Cartridge Belts Ammunition Boxes etc.. In fact
everything you nei
Black and Smokeless Loaded Shells All Sizes.
Adoue-Dlaine Hardware Comp'y
410 mad 412 Travis Street
Owner Says Citizens Have
Cowplaincd to Him.
CHURCH iSiflREE BLOCKS
Some of Signers to Petition Live a
Kile and a Half Away Only
One Lives Within Two Blocks.
No Morning Games.
City Commissioner J. F. Marm.. n. i!-
cusring trie petition presf-'iie-i 'n the
council last Monday from people of the
north Bide asking that 1 ImI: park ie
declared a nuisance and as su.-h at;tu-d.
stated that he did not know wr.v !.
action was taken as no ruTnplat:-.; had
barn made axalnat tne operation of ihe
park to him.
"In the first place. " lie cated. :: l
a mistake that the park U within a hlo k
and a half of a chur- h The - hur -li is
nearly three blo ks away Ti e nnniMfr
of the diurch has never male xtuplairu
to me. nor t.ave any of the mernter nf
the church. In fact the only . nmplaint
that haa ever been made to me ( nnrern-
tns the park waa by a lady and si.e
made a complaint jucainst l.er nepi
playing ball tn Lne park on Sunday and
requested me to prevent htm from play-
Doy s mother 't'.'i not niaK' a
I told the iady ttiai 1 conyrl
not prevent her nephew fr
baJI Inasmuch as lie
of my team.
"1 have not heard of any one d-iring
to sell their property and move oui of
th neighborhood tcaute of the fact thai
the park Is open on Sunday 8o far as
1 have been able to ascertain only one
man who resides within two Mo. fcs f
the park signed the petition and he did
not wlah to slga it. fur he has no t.jec-
tion to Sunday hall playing. In fact
up to a short time ago he was a regular
attendant at the Sunday games. To oft
set this Bome f the slgnere to the peti-
tion live aa far away from the park as
a mile and a half Manv of the signers
Cabinets Cigar 5c
Uniform in flavor
mellow and fragrant
from tip to end.
An even clean sub-
smoke that cigar-
?. N. TAUB a SONS Distributors
ir ir nnnrnrMVyytrwvvtiU'iJ'J'JLr'.fi.riririrj
waak back ao3 aaaai aj debil-
ity? T. ateLaatiiitaa Efeetrle BM will
cur. all thaa. waakaeaaaa. It will mak
tka mm strata the eye briffct and fill
th. boo? wtth that ftra. thai tW. Hat
anas which desota iatt health.
If Ton are not th. nu yon ahoM b If
TOU mm wasted your strancth. fat th.
remedy that haa restored hea'th and hap
pines to mora waak own than alt otbar
remedies eombiiMd and nearer fatta
Br. Mclaughlin's Electric Belt
h a postttre car. for all WMknajw Da
n-.an or woman. Tt la a wcaderfu) toale.
a Tttaltser Wbon you artaa tn th.
morning aftar hatnc worn tt all nlht
'm fi the taor of uth In your ye'na
flood th. body with warm ftowtnc
ettsMty that makes th. net-res strona
lutrk.n. tne circulation restores natural
laor an. roaavs It n.ar.i faal l'k. on.
ora aaln "7. car. not how lor.f you
suffered nor wtiat haa failed to
ire you This la no tola boast a. U haa
ne It fnr thousands and many o( them
a A apnt from r?v doUax tn fir. hun
dred wtthiTt obratntnc ratt.f bafor.
islnjr thli Bait af a laat raanrt. Tf you
are ctred of umIhi drugg-tof and hav.
ar.nt an vur tlma and money withont
beneflta omil nr writa today I hav
made ow W.OOO people atronf and tIj-
orou. and th.T never tlra of pralalng my
wonder. worklnr remedy. Write for my
beautiful hook which deacrtbea my traat-
Tou win find atrenjrth and haenlneaa
save vou rears of torrure and hundrxde
now. Write for oar baautlfxuly tlhin rat
ncfatdw lUc Kai
to the petition are Sundav school chil-
dren "As lonr as I ran remember baseball
has hem played on these grounds For
vears there were games at the place
ev-ry Sunday ltefore I took ' harge of
the park the boys plared lall all dav
long There were numlrs of tuthts
there and it was not an uncommon thing
for there to be a nn- r of arrests for
fighting and .ltstmb!: ihe peace on Sun-
" 'i' I I' k charge of the parti
1 st pp-l ttit morning ball games I pay
an officer to May at the park every Sun -i.n
that t!ere is a game and there has
r.exer since 1 have had charge of li e
park been the least disturbance.
' i t kr. iv just mhv or what the
Iurp.i-e hack of this petition is. but if
tleie h.as t-e:: iny ob)-. lion i.. the ba I
p aying on Sundav afternoon on the p.if
of I ti people tesidlng in the netgh'.oi -hood
they have certainly not made com-
plaint to me The mere fact that I hap-
pen to be one of the cltv commissioners
li' es not ai .-.irdltiK to ny wJV f t:nk-
leg. prevent me from running a hal! -.rk
The other had parks axe open on Sun-
days and if there is any reason why mv
parlK'wir park should be slnaled on I
not know why It is "
REVISED TARIFFS TOO HIGH.
Arkansas Railroad Conmission May
Create a New Rate Order.
' .4 u. i.irri i'rcjj Kcporl. )
I.ITTI.K liOTK. Ark. October is.
'tleil with the revised Interstate
ft tariffs submitted i.. them by tl..
tiunk I ; liie Arkansas railroad
ioniii. t-r.on t.e:a iss'ieil an anno.m. .
n e t to the railroads that they wou.il
ho.il a joint i onf.-rence Saturday t..
take n;i. I .t.tii.n In the pi-mlM-3 as
may tie tlee:Tiei Jtmt ar..i ne cssary Tl.
t inniiSM.in ilei iare s that th-- rMVl.-o..!
tar.ft shua-s an in reas of jtiO per vent
ter ti.e . iimmissiiT. s tariff. The rat.-s
on oil are douh.ed and the independent
"II men claim t hat the high rates will
drive them out nf business
Tie cnrnis-cnn ma create a new
tariff in Bhlch case the railroads would
hac to secure another temporary Iu-
juiutinn similar to the one gramed at
Head Burned Off by Wire.
-I.EVEI.AXI. Ohio. October : --Kriik
Els was decapitated at the Ann rl' an Htee
and W lr' i iimpany mlils W'luie dtawlng
redhi.t w.n- it broke The end slnok
Mm about tn- neck and the wire r- -lease.l
fri lll tension suiMenly col d ilhiillt
hi.- i.. . k Ilia n.i k was burned through
In :- few
Seeonds by the hot wire. Com-
pletely seyerlng Us head from the lndy
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HOUSTON DAILY POST: THDfeSDAT MORNING. tJCTOBER 29. 1908.
- ijvirifiji.rifjij" nr nf nn nprirtnrw'iriririrtr.r
SM EATON HIGH
Wcdoesday Night Bowlers Make
Maoy Low Scores.
ROLLING WAS VIGOROUS
SmcatonlB Team Bested Leopold s
TlireiB Out of Five and Benxiger
Won From Albrccht by
In ih nr.
t fit I ui r. .'j
man w .i..
-"JU ltl:.l I 1 1
t 'ftlnstl m. 1 . t ' s
t in r.Mwlor Sriitnun
a.me v nil u m"o:
It) t f.f W UI!) St'i'IVS lAt'lKlid J
st-. ..fi.1 mil; :.o. Knsiiri v
Altre !it bnniKt-l up Ihe :'h: :lu
S:ih aU'i i .iin Im ai 1 tni-
:u: t - .! of f! t- ii ii i i i ki 1 v r t '.1
u t zivfr s team bent A.'-- it t"
Tl.- t o in plot sotW'f a'-'- us follows .
SMKATON S I.Ki'l'OLD.
C-ames vtn . :ut t. . Let - 1J 2
Nun.t- 4 i !'!
Suit itim . 4. 4
Icir-n : :
.Mci'ar.Iell :'l ... J4 1
. an t n i. o .4 41 -'
Vo:pt . ; .. . . ti -.-'
T.tala li 13'. 1 73 J
Na:ae 1 : I 4 o Toi
Mnldiijjlfy n li r JD
S 1 Sam .0 ..1 :"! i J
Thomas IT JT :' M 3V
Taliaferro to 31 4-1 I
1-r.vOid IN M 51 4 -
Totals 172 '.i 'JIj l? l7-tf.i
BKN'ZI'ICH VS ALHKKCHT
r.nnu's won ' I :-A- r -. A ! 1: :. : -
-Villi' ! J .. t 1 i-t.
BenxiKer I. Vi 4 . u
Ss-liroedrr .".4 .. 4.. . . -1 V
s riif.tU'r "n .x . i.i
Pol intuit s: T
Kut'.tmann 40 4f 4 4" 4' -
T.nais ;k v.k: iw i: n tf
Namr 1 J J 4 . T -t
Hmrvi ater : 4.1 44 41 M
S ii ' ' i-i 4 ' 4i 1" --''"
h" r h"w i .-. -
1 'I nr ir-m :f : i (6
Ait.: et nl 4i ..4 .u - 1"-
Totals 1.1 171 I-U 177 j-l-aM
NOTKS OK THE (IAMB.
Cai". ru'.t -who s Rut liw rail"
Hamwator 5tt'ins it) i... hm.ui;
W ) at ahnut that iiih(W- aiiu1 for
tf1r.esd.iy right' What 3 that?
It s .ill
i .t .
lxw s- ores i r the ..e
el tn ri:" v;ul last i u i it
Tho ureat thrrf S hne'-L
an.) S' liiuult w t-re m t tit
I ray ai all
ViMct rnll'1 .'!? H: O t.iul name wa.s
the l.ti ..ne ami ft t-r yit l.irn out of
Hilly I.pdvoM savs !: St Lnuis de iverj'
f-T t.im et'r; n::.- H'v atwut sadin
that foot. Hiiiy
Cl'.arley kut: iman s:n 1 he wanted tj
ho v itv.-r 3J i.ur knew if lie dll it Woul 1
makf Mm- of ;ti- ht-ys feel hibd. so he
Jum held m. lltrtulr. l; eveu
AjN UNUSUALLY ACTIVE PAST
TAKEN BY THEM.
Basket Ball Teams Are Organized
Tennis Is Enjoying Patronage
Swimming Classes Formed.
an mrrii.t ;. a -h-tk
at tt..- St.it.
a re hiik il.a 1 a
usual ia . t' i im ge
ht key ami i
aiti heliiK tak :i
a Pl.ti it-.l e- .
riiii.ies ar-- t''i:
t- aiiid I Hi fL. it
.)! ever:. dn
i t n t-iart.'-t in r
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run. i r.
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on t-yen . i ig
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f rI ... a lit! ' if
I il A.'-Xal:.l--i
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Tri- ei il. air- -i
a i 1 1 1 f i ( i y i
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t-m ins fr..tn
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w ill i ' 1 ' a a
f i . in ; i
I It Alt...
m as- :
i-ii etl v ;
la. I 1"..
a Jily pr
eriid w li. . I
. f :!1
ooni sc. leu i
w i lake pari
No move rm
ii ii . i '
rule and II is : i-1 1
will mm n withdraw.
Oposf rountry riiw will u Miirter1 next
week t.v t ; . h
event? t iicreaf :
about tw.i n-:1
rule al-oit l'-1
Tl .- ArKnt '.i'
f Texas li'
1 . mvx: M r.'
ka r im.-. 1. a - i
p a:.. I wii'
T: . -l.-ta
i i .air rn:'e--D'l..
I s I a k-
1 ill team
. I I CM
in 1 la Ar-
ah!e l. f.at
i t i. - a tiunx
Texas. Phe has an c
team this eai i
T xaa a Mtlrf nn! ; t
J T Unix f "! ! on.
fh-el.-d 4 aj M.n f r.' i:
net ret'irn to tli'iinl-.-rr
anotl.fr meeting la fo
T'-xa. who wa
' ' !i k t Tl III. .1 :
jny t Mis f uv ati'l
be hehl aoon to
i: iir- Mlreadv nn-
as.!i and T'-xaa
I" I ' Ml'" 1
elect his HIKO-Kror 1
der v av f.-r ' ' h' 'J
is to I .ike -ai i in I - -
A. and M. to Play the Christians.
fI.I.K ;k r r.TI' V
1 T! "
f tha J
Ki lei i i .
l it V team J-'ai
ii Tt -in. J:
a nl 1 tn t w
mad. th uiii-.
I. f L a li h 1
HiJ I'l'.'i t j f .
A u i 1 1 u ' 1 1 ' -' i
for tie i 1 1 I
moi e I l.a n .
th- ta -i i
t- i on i ai - U
t V. t Uali..
..' K o -': '-h aial
oil; hHlil t. Win 4
! l I. I .
) WI st .i !1 f (he
i m ."I .MM w alt
I S;t I (ii .... n.Hnr it tl
I i-.fera -.a . .i - :' 111 be
inn uel- i e N" . mber
t iitKe .t rent; in j( the
Double Wedding at East Bernard.
i Huh ten l ost iffffu I
K AFT 111 HNAIII). Tumi. iii-i...ar 28 -TkI;iV
ui thf t'alholli- iliui-nji :i erv
prrtty ili .1 l' Hmltlmx wiih stli-iiiii!xil
liy Kath-r V M. Rnw;k 'f tu-aiv. Tim
twlilpn HiTp MlKsaa Annie ami Marv
Jnnlk. ilaiiKl'ttru nf Mr. and Mrs. Frank
JaniK or tins place. i
Janlk of ttua place.
John A Beat a Field of Promising
Twc-Year-Oltls With Ease.
EVENT NO REAL CONTEST
Brace Girdle Won All Three Heats
io 2:30 Trot in a Handy Man-
nerStake Wa Worth
:ohr-i at. The best
buiuh ot 2-year -oM
l.arrler tn Trxas r
lhemslva thte af
gnjuiul track !n U
uf tiiu day and
luii al that was f
sins as Sensible.
s that ever (Meed a
Ktit it out among
.noon at the fair
second feature event
.N.-iayed a fotm uj-
l: tn r -fc: Such youn-
the winner of tad
tuiurity; Swing w un has won his la-st
fur ojiis; Nigger h'h.y- Transform 4iiJ
Julin A battle fur pursf and tho lat-
ur took tb measi :e el tils clapsy oppo-
nents with ease.
AKhouKh overlooked in the batting and
K-'injT to the pOHl .it t to 1. John A waa
a .stake horse all over today. 8wmg and
his ('ii'ai stabler-. i u Transform were
oino In liie h I in and the Duhllrt
Joim . ntry was b keii henviiy at even
nioiie and i to it Sensible drifted from
ihe o;entng price f i to 1 to 7 to 1 at
post time. The ra was really no con-
teM as the wtnnei irke in front at flaj.
ail n-readeagled ' is in-hl all the way
and won pulled tip '.v three lenKths. Nig-
mer Fiaby waa six r.-ngth the best of the
others w htle Sensible flushed a length
and a half tn mint t Transform.
rwiit's iace was too bad a!nit to be
tnwi Jn the face i his sparklinfr periorra-
ano s o: the past 'wo weeks.
The vi. tory of J hn A marks the last
of tht- tet of the Kreut stnlllo'! Hobby
llea-h. who was brer; by Kills Hlrhanl-
soii The winner was sold In the paddVk
at ti e fair grounds during the race meet-
ing here a year .to- for
Tf.e 1 arnesa evints consisted of two
trotting and one pa-ing affair. Dirk Mr
Mahan's Brace Girdle on all three heats
of the - trot in a hardy manner for a
sUlk.- north JlJOu
Uru Uirdle w n I-idy AcUe second.
Lord sum mo re i.ird. Time . 13 3-6.
First lfc.ee live : iirions - Jh I.ntle Au-
gust i J. V. Mm ;.hy. li t. 1. won ;
Jim ha ns (Hem . . 113). t to 1 second.
Luck Mule (R Urooks. I13 3 to i.
third. Time 1:04. Approbate Wolferton.
Torn Frank.. Cpl-w.el Maxim iloxlnter.
Snnltne also ran.
Seeon! race. fiv. nnd n half furlongs
John A ij. Brook-- I0tb. tl to 1 won; M
ger nany (J. How ant. pin) h t 1 sevin
Sens.! ! iShriner :i. T to 1. third Tinir
l.ii"... ! ransform I'ricie Johnny. Cray
Permwinker. Swtnp ilalla also ran
Third i ace. -dx f .rlongs Nettle t 'arrtta
(J. Howard 1). ? t won Fl Traeey
i Flvnn !ir!i). 5 to 1 second ; Flat iunn lit v
) Moles worth. 1141 15 to 1. third. Time
1.16W i ara o Annette. Suffice. WohmI-
I'nc (Ira Srdduth Lady Monetise Pa-
1r'ne. A ven Roye. Reticent Florence
Mern also ran.
F brth ra e. six furlongs- Pat Ornus
(J Hovu- H'. 16 i. 1 won. Hill Bramble
iKIi"' 1 1 . 30 tn 1 second. ('heyeui.H
iHe.d. Iicm 4 io l. third. Time 1!7 Lit-
tle 'ieMRe. Mary 'aiidlrnias It. J. Swan
ner. Luke's Thru I-. Honnle Reg. Lltho-
sta. Malta. iapt:- m S. Smith. Bay wood.
I r Stovail also i m
Fifth rii.e mile Lord Dixon title. 10t.
5 to 1. won. Donr.i Klvira (Heed 7 to
1. serond (lib-son 'J. Howard H'ii. '. . 1.
third Tim.' H . Golf Hull. Tra-i--tueent
Kir.: Le.t ld. Melior. Saf.'gurd
lr Nash. Grena- -. Adesso. Crafty Al-
vie. Moyear Cun mlrtpuw. Jack s "Jueert
aixth race five and a half furlongs
Comal (J. Howard J04j 7 to i won;
Ktarnesha-li ClTvri. 166 16 to 1. seeond
Hiram iM.irtHa !!' to 1. third. Time
1 0 Uonnk- Hay. s Dick Roee. James
V". Billow ay. Workman. I tarn. Canttjue
Bosom Friend. St.dc. Mwh Snark. Grao
B. Fallen Leaf and Haucty also ran.
Seventh raee six furlongs - Kirst Pre-
mium 'J. How ard U9. . to l. wim . The
ruar libitwe.l. IrtSt. ii t io. second;
Hands Arom.d iRln;ner. l"'i. ". to 1. third.
Tune 1 MS 1-4. Dr .Mark. Queen of I.ow-
luials. Brook- Belle. Calat.ash and St. lla
iion also : an.
Three Favorites Win at Latonia.
Ass tnttd rrOJ Report.)
CINCINNATI Ol l... October JS
K. hival. th- favorlt.-. easily won the
1 audit ap at a mil.- and a furlong today.
(I Hon. sty Lmk the place from
L.idy BuaJi.r. Thtee fa'-.ritt -. one sec-
::.! cholt e and tw.. on I .dej s w-oi Tra.'k
Mve fai lonR - 'lr:tr Green. Zola An-
n - MfIee Tula- 1 e "! " .
i'wv and a half furl. !.? -T M Green.
Ai - Burton. Sorrowful Time 107.
s.ven f ia lom: It a y H. Lud win a.
Pi . f Tim" 1 ' -M
:le a nd - i r L t
H sry. 1 joh H iftl'.r
S' furlon;-' I'.onaii.
i - Ker. -hival. Old
Time 1 3 i-S.
Tin 1 la 1 5
Mile snd a sM'.-enlh FinllPKh. Brancas
A: . rt Stan I ime 1 t7 J-a.
Crowley Race Warmly Contested.
(Hj-k: i To Tt Special.)
( kOTi;V. l.a i tuber -This aft-
ernoon (lit lart" t crowd In the history
of the Acadia p-rish f-'ilr assemhled at
tl. fait ki t'l.r..:.- to witness t he races
ar d to eia run..- I he e x h .bit s
Tie 2 :tr. pa-.- was warmly eoriiested.
iniuri; Li .
f i rsi bea i ;nd
w inn t iik tho
i v a.s set-
oilowin- heals .N.-U Mutlbe
rid and i'mi r .ml.
I li l ! t e . f a i Walter
. and Min
1 1 1 si w it it I n i l Tii li;lit Ilea t
im hlctl tecoud
as won by
NEITHLR 1LAW SCORbD
Warm Contest at West End Between
High School and Barnett
ai d tl.-
a hot ly i:ont'-1 eJ game of
idiv aflcino'ii on the West
i.m .vi.-n tbo High Si hool
! i.-ams neither team be-
' i. vd at 4:ii o'clock aui
ii i sn at f.rice There was
a; ahd the onlookers were
1 1 li the beginning
i- HiKb S boo; made tho
I.. featur?rn in the aina
;i i Luikel closely followed
li.iiollton and ('. Lockwell
hne w a held good by
Uif; arie In
tl e exch .-roe
a fail in ; no
'hi ntj.-ia r
I odK- . I
wie Ale.o :
h N e A in I :
O I HliUK II
b' ill 1 a iii.
S roju . ns I
I Ml I ..illV
w illi no. h
I. . e not s..f
I. am riii'inl
lm ky In i
lie in the
Mm "1 he I
HlKli S bo
Kuard. a. lo
i " a good tackle for llar-
' kUi Homo forward pa.fls
The liar iii-lt bovs
I .let eat this year. Holh
considered t heinaelveM
UK MuMahan for a refere.
i 1 1 h for Ho- High Hchooi
up was uh follows.
ntei . Set legaf t .
ntht tackle. Clark
1 1 ht
end. I i-au . I.'i 1 v uard iirtlilnf ;
tMckle. 'iil:ii;.ii feff end Olenny
back. KlriK ili;!t hHlfhficU Uarte
h;ilflack. .1 A K.mUvviI.
liarnett ui . 1 W. .lbrechl . right
guard. Mi I '"ii;. nl . right tackle c. Rock-
well; right (nil. c. Iuckel. left guard. C.
Isimk . left ia. kh . Bcroggins: if 1 nd.
McKhj laml . . uiil.iick Newnlng
iialfback HHrniliou I aft. halfback.
Convicts to Gather Cane.
1ioi.o.Mi Post Social.)
JAt-KS'iNVII.l.r.. Texas. October 28. -Two
hundreti ami forty convicts from
the Rusk penitentiary were yesterday
sent down to the Htata convict farm at
U . i r 1u ml In I ! I . . ..n ih. lr..
euaru.nd lo help lu Mtherlng the fTM.. I
t -. . u . ..... ... a . w . -. -.j;..t i t' ' 'iT.'Vi-' .. I -.r V '-;(f7-'
He Has Agreed to Be in Texas for
Trial on November 9.
GOVERNOR IS PLEASED
Believes That the Oil Company Of-
ficial Is Pursuing the Best Course
in Submitting to Trial With-
out Further Besistance.
ATSTIN Texas. October 2S H. Clay
Pier-p. president of the Waters Pierce
Oil company of St Iuls will return to
Texas to Uanrt tiiiil before a Texaa julge
and jur on the charge of false swearing
in lonnection with tht readmlttanre of
his company to the Suite and will appear
in Austin on November 9 to Rive himself
over to I he Tejuia authorities.
The law firm of Barelay A Fontleroy
of (it 1-ouis. wht eh was engaged by
Governor Campbell to represent Texas In
the interstate courts In this most Inter-
esting case have reported to the gover-
nor for his approval of an arrangement
made the attornes for the oil magnate
to have Mr Pierre return to Texarf for
t rial and tht- date lot his appearance
fixed for November i Governor Gamp-
bell who. by the way. is in Uallas to-
day approves the plan of Pierce a re-
entru.ru e Into the State and accordingly
the n rival of Mr Pier o is anticipated
..u Ihe i!;t.. m'iit iitued
Py what route Plen e and his attorneys
will rome to Tex a and from what place
the will begin their trip is not known
here hut it Is believed that the water
route. New York to Galveston will be
1 he . no selected .Mr. Pierce will conit
i.pon his ..wo initiatie and Sherlrf Getrgo
S Matth'ws ..i Travis county who. it
w ill be i . membered. went to St Louis
in re b. f . -r i. escort the oil magnate
1-ie will not make another effort but
w.ll remain In Austin and receive the dis-
tinguished prisonci upon his arrival
T (trough Mr Barton t l.e go vet lur'a
priv.ib secretary. Gov rnor Gampl-ell ex
presses I his grat if ieation at the niitniuio
of ihe eon ferenci bet woeti t he attorneys
for the Stxte ;m 1 for Pierce ami bdieri
that th" "II maginile :s pursuing the best
course in ominK forward arnl submitting
to a trial for an offense for which he ha
been indicted by a Travis count y grand
uiry "1 here is much iniejtM manii'e.ted
here as a result of the Information that
Pierce w i 11 conie In Texas and tt Is be -ll"ved
that thte trial will create more In-tt-rest
and more discussion than any held
in t he Travis count y district courts for
many a day
f.-f ((oriafr.i Frcss Report.)
ST l)Clfi October tiS. A dispatch to
the Post -1 Hspa teh f roni A us I in Toxafj
Henry Piny Pierce Is corning hack to
Texas to answer the Indictment returned
against him In tills county charging him
with false swearing Governor Tampbel!
was today advised by Judge Bhepard Bar
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clay (.f St. Louie who represented the
Prate at the hearing of Pierce. tht the
St. Loulalai. will leave for Texas and be
here November $ to stand trial.
Judge Barclay also says that Pierre
said he would have come earlier but his
health prevented It. Pierce la now at
his summer home In Massachusetts.
Private Secretary Barton said Governor
Campbell will not make any effort to
g-et a requisition from the governor of
Massachusetts for Pierce.
The case will be called before Judge
Calhoun of the Fifty-third district court
but It la believed that an effort will be
made to get a change of venue.
Judge Barclay when informed of the
above said that he did not feel at tlb
erty to discuss any letter which he may
have sent to (Governor Campbell. Asked
when Mr. Pierce Intends to 90 to Texas
he replied. "Very soon."
FATAL EXPLOSIOH IN A MUTE.
Business Section of Gadsden Ala.
Was Shaken by Dynamite.
(Atttiated Prttl Report.)
GADSDBN. Ala. Octobw JS. Onp man
dead one missing one dying and two
others Injured are some of the results
of a dynamite explosion at the Hammond
mines nenr the business section of Gads-
The dead .
J!ENRY KK1U Rome. Oa
Jake Iximan. member Gadsden fire de-
partment. Injured: Mark KerreH of the fire de-
partment and Gus Wnodliff. chief of the
The explosion was terrific. Twenty-
four miners' houses In the vicinity of
the explosion are leveled to the ground
and muny others are damaged.
The fire department. Willi forty men
had respondedito an Hlirin. a house being
on fire near the mine iniLazlne. Hun-
dreds of spectators were standing near
when the explosion occurred and everyone
within r wide ramrc was hurled to tt."
KTound. Stones were hurled through the
body of Kell and no truce can lie found
of H00U. Miners had been drawing ex -ploslres
fr.'m the magnzlne today but
no one seems to be able to account for
the explosion. A number of women and
children standing In the vicinity nf tne
fire were more or less injured but wero
carried homo nnd their names enn not
be procured tonight.
Eichmond Local News.
( Houito I'nsl Special. )
RICHMOND. Texas. October 2K
Jlalsieln of Victoria county today-
chased from Mr. Robert Smith his home
about eighteen miles helnw KUhmond
and will at once remove h's family there
anil et Hie ground prepared fur a crop
next year. Mr. Smith will move his fani-
llji to Seabrook. where he lias purchased
Mrs. S. J. Winston will po to Houston
tomorrow where she will le the guest
of her brother Rassett luukely.
Brazos County to Raise Stock.
(Houston Potl Special )
HRYAN. Texas. October . S. W.
Buchanan a butcher of this city shipped
a car of fat cattle and a car of fat hogs
to the Houston packery yesterday which
he sold at a good price. The ravages
Large Catalogue Sent Free to
Uimtat& . H CAAO
"N? I . : J li
1 i iistiiii ii ii-ri-rrrnrifsiriiir
of the boil weevils and tha low price of
rjtto will cause the farmers of Braxos
county to pay more attention to cattle
and hog raising In the future than they
have !n the past.
NO &TNSTATMNT POSSIBLE.
Only Way Open to Sanders Is by a
Special Act of CongTess.
(Associalcd Press Report.)
WASHINGTON. October r. Secretary
of War Wright today said that nothing
could be done tn the matter of reinstating
Mingo Sanders formerly sergeant of thi
Twenty-fifth Infantry who. with his bat-
talion was dlsmlnsed fpm the army
without honor for aliased participation
in the Brownsville disorders.
The only way now opeM for his rein-
statement Ihe secretary sold. Koutd
bv a snectal m-( nf i 01 liti .'sm
MA Y Conrre. Texas. October 2S.-Mrs.
Mas;aie May daughter of Jo- i'raylor of
Willis died In (on: oe at t he home r:
her brother. J. J. Tia lor. early this
moral nf and will he burled a! Wlllti
Thursday morntna. Via. May was at
widow and leaves t wu sons tSata and
AVI I Me.
GOKKI KLI -Uorkdale. Texas Gc-tolei
2R. R A. Coffleld. an old r sldent ana
former mayor of IUu kdale died at bin
home here yesteedtty nftr a llntrerin
Illness Deceased vMi n fli-st cousin of
J. K. and C. H. Coffleld and relttted t
J. H. Hurnet. all well known business
men and wa.s hliusftif well Known amende
the tVaveUna; salesmen of tfie fliate. Ho
leaves a wife fit's sous and one daitffh
tcr Io mourn his loss Vvv years past
he has been a consistent member of tb
Baptist church and the funeral this
atttriioonat o'clock will le conduct-
ed hy Kev. T C Alford of Geur-ejoww.
th.e resident paster Jc . Mr. Tun. '.in. be-
Convicted of Embezzlement.
Mjj0fiafii Prtss Rrfott.)
PITT8Ul;HO. Pa. October W.-Wllllsm
Montgomery former canhler nf tiie de-
funct Allegheny National hank wliteh
failed some time ago for over Jl.Ow.t-.
who was placed on trial last Friday 011
two indlctmeats charginfc the embeizlc-
ment and abstraction of W? in.) wns
founfTTullty as indicted b a jury In tho
L'niied States district 'rou
urt thii after -
Rockdale to Have a Fair.
(Houston Post 5pvoi.)
ROCKDALE. Texas October 2N -The
Rockdale Fair asstclatlon is taking Pteps
with a view to having a winter meeting
at which there wJM be many exhibits of
farm prodj -ts. races and carnival Busi-
ness houses ;:rc responding liberally with
offers of premiums for exhibits and tho
outlook ;iow I good for the affair to be
Beeville Band Reorganizes
(Ifnujton Pest tviij.1
BRFVTLLK Texas October 2S- The
Hoe vi lie brass band has reorganised for
the winter season and the first practice
session was held last night w-lth eleven
pieces present. The band s;ave a num-
ber of splendid concerts during the sum-
mer mouths at the Kllpeteln park N. P.
Walker the experienced director is in
:le or one hul
vith us. We a
mmea wim yaaf M tuua to be Terr I
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