The Houston Post. (Houston, Tex.), Vol. 27, Ed. 1 Monday, October 21, 1912 Page: 3 of 12
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; BRAGG -CENSURES DEALERS
WELLTHAT' IS; GRATITUDE
AVinrier of Grand Pnze
ment onLondmon atuiwaukee.
V X. WW YORK. nrtnhsr IA Talrfc SrmXC tbe
twi arlTr u tack la team tnlV MMsaig
acin th HUwaase Aataaaoblls DMten' u-
aortatiae which maaaaaa ta nant T
. kilt ana Qcud PrlM tuM. "PUin".U
mildest expression tact Inn taw abant
r4 the Mweiatlaa aad mact ft his opinleas of tb
embers he uld thuMit 1m bad stated 41-
reetly to a aaeatlns of to denier before b
left MlhrankM. . Inasmuch a Jr woa the
" Oraad Frlu race altboucb be .hasn't ' tin
.WOOO arise noney jet be feel that J eaa
buss a- atraaf outcry aaainst tha Mlrwnae
awtuod wltboat belag aectuad o( batni a am-
JaMli Off .MOF iCaWFt
l To Seals at tha brTlnn Int. Brwl told y-
C terdar son Inside history of tue chaste la
' eooress sad partly explained way taa circuit
" en. which tha race were held waa ao bad. Ha
aald that originally wnra I he cop eoauniasloB .
represents tls visited Milwaukee ba waa sbnwn
- a beauttrsl coone that a Terr little work
would have made safe -and fas? for dentin.
bring aald that fatter tba dealera demanded
af the persons by wboae residences the course
paaaed that tbey sbnald yield )1 porch and
lawn epac to tba dealera to aell aa tbey aaw
"la their wwrda" aald Brace. "If your bourn
faced tba course yoa couldn't bare any one
there to e the raceo unlem the asmclatlon
were paid tor H wlitTer wim wu flied on by
tue aaeorlation." It will be remembered that
report frera Milwaukee were that the conree
waa ehanced a month before the time originally
i.ecbeduled for the race becaiiMi of "holrtupa" on
the pert of tboae IlTlnit ahmi the oonree. Ac-
eerdlnK to Brass' atory It was the other way
The other eonrae aelected win out In the
" country rery poor road. The contractor. Bran
aald. undertook to build a road twenty Tour feet
wide. He almply covered oyer tbe high part
( with about three laches of cruahed atone and
eaouab aoore at tbe sldea to make it level to
that at tha edcea there waa a sbevr drop of a
(dot or so. itacked ap merely by joo atones.
The inside edaje waao't lined aaid Bragg and
was marked by an uneven ridge of st)ne. n
' that is waa advisable to keep at leant three
feet in to strike an average. Then turee feet
t more bad to be meaaured off for aafety beratiHe
of the aoftnesa of the eonrae. Thm left really
about a twelve foot road to drive on. 'It
waa ao soft aald Bragg that a touring car
' trying to pass a wagon aklcWeri Into rhe aoft
stuff and Mt a tree. That showed what conrit-
' tlona were like for racing.
"It wasa't oiled until the day br-fore the
vanderhllt." Bragg aald. "ana not much oil
that. Tor the Grand Prise it was chewed
w Y' ' " bum uuat lid up no mai in itui-CB
you couldn't see behind you. It waa when It
i wss dnaty like that that Ralph De Palma hit
me. When ravld Bruce-Brown and 1 aald we
wouldn't race on such s course the dealer
talked disqualification. I aald I wlebed they'd
try It. because I'd get some decent men from
- the Automobile Club of America to come- oot
there to see what kind of a course tbey were
trying to make us race on.
"Well when it we decided to postpone they
called a meeting and Bart J. Huddle told ua.
a a a
As the News Breaks I Coimfnent I
lit World of Sport ESS
Williams Shevlln. . McOnwan et al got away
with It. It was a fearfully surprised bunch of
ronr-huflkers tbat Stiebm carried back to Lin-
coln with him-after that stinging 13 to 0 de-
teat by Minnesota.
Bill Krahl former Longhorn atar writes to
Coach Kenneth Krahl of Higb that Cldcago looks
like the strongest eleven In the Wt thla yeaa
Baturday'a results come pretty near lesvlng it
kp to tha Maroon. Wisconsin and Michigan
e jonnny Kver' luness inai Darren mm imm
1 the last Cub-Box games evened up the tram
( Strength. Tha White Hose had not had the
service of Weaver after his collision with lord
f la taa A rat game.
F. AmbroeeClark passed no what waa gen
era My conceded to be the best 'opportunity to
clean tin tbe? 49000 stake on the laat day-at
Piping Rods Ur -sending Meadowsweet tbe win-
IngBllyS Jha meet "to Twiadand before the
emse. (Mark flgurea en the bone winning honors
for America across ths pond:
if TUie-Flnimr Brown had tentatively an-
faounced tbat he bad not made plan for next
eaaon.1 0. Murphy came along anil told bliu
what hut plans were ioos out tuint-n
' Oa the midst of Andy Smith's woe with hla
Susker eleven comes the faculty ruling making
odgera Penns star tackle. Ineligfile. Tbey
all have tbelr trouble.
Boper "Eooer of - Princeton" rs ernmplng
Kaaaaa for toe democratic party. All we aak
now ie for Mike Murphy to sign to train Tain
Jaks Stahl will return again this fall as he
has always done te help coach tbe University of
Illinois eleven In tbe fortnight preceding Its big
kame. Jske will be some . pnmpkiua this yer
wben he gets back to ChampaiKD.
The New fork Times of laf Thursday carried
- the most Illuminating headline over the atory
of tbe .onal game of toe World a Series we hava
SATURDAY'S RESULTS ON
THE STATE GRIDIRON
Poly and Baylor Experience Further
Setbacks T. C. U. and Austin
Saturday's results on the State gridiron are
fraught with deep meanlug for the student o
tbe game. Tbe Big Four of the past three sea-
sons is split wide open as irreinedlnlly aa the
Ixxig House of tbe Five Nations!
Whether It la the new code new eoaehea
or the new year and newer strength the glory
of the big college ia on the wane thla sea-
son. The smaller inalltutlons are having the
day of the dog. Not all of tbem. it la. true
for Poly and Trinity and Daniel Baker are
meeting with unexpected reveraea and It la
still obvious that two of tba big fellows loom
' out aa the probable State champlona. But the
elevena of T. C. U and Austin are still bld-
dera for that title knd though each has sua-
talaed a defeat it la by no means certain'
that they may aot attain It.
T. C. U. 1 the team that la putting In the
SHELL ROAD ANTI-SLIP
' BICYCLE TIRES ARE GOOD
1011 PRAIRIE y
W $lf on Credit BlcycUt All
Slie. Boyc' and Qlrls
One-Hundred and Fifty Dollars and
vTwenty-Five Dollars Per Mbnth
will buy an Indian MotoroyoU.
Why walk or Pay Car tare.
Tbe loi-Ei. Uoforcycle & Supply Co
1103 CAPITOL AVEKUE
: BICYCLES $25.00
lira $2.50 Foot Pumps SOo
f W . Sever Xeik'25o . '
f G. W BEARDS LEY
flume 4848. 1120 Texas Ave.
Tne wall known HouitoW
Pbyalcian . Founder 5 mf
Sargeon-ntChif t of the
i Bitil inrar treating oV
Blda.. Daoite Rice Ho
teL Hooston Teaa.tor
mw further information and appoiatiiiVv ''
Issues Scattering State-
before we drivers voted what to do fbat all ev-
imaas weuld be paid If we taved ever tbe
" two weeks gpeneer 'Wlrhart came la
tat ana ke wouldn't agree to stay so Ruddle
tepeated what be bad aaid about pirlag ei-
peaae If w stayed over. I made ap a Hat
of what my expense would be like for two
weeks. Including hotel aaeruanics' hire etorag
room for my racing car. etc. I showed that to
tba secretary aa be said be thought It would
be all right.
"After the race the dealers bad a bother meet-
lag and when I was called in they said .my
charges were unreasonable. I told them they
were a Jot of pikers and worse as seoa aa Bud-
die aaid they had agreed to pay hotel expense
and avo more. 1 asked them if tbey thought
It waa reasonable for oo of their members to
charge me 94 a day for storage washing sad
polishing or my private csr. a bill of SlSo al-
together when I had learned by inquiry that
the highest transient rate la Milwaukee was
12.E0 a day. My bill came from a member
of tbe association but the committee didn't say
it was unfair.
"Thea 1 told them they ought to be disciplined
by the A. A. A. ineamora aa they bad vio-
lated Its laws by advertising entries they
didn't have. When tbe Hat closed for tbe
Grand Prise 'tbey bad. four ear exactly. They
didn't have D Psltna although tbey advertised
him. aad there were others too. Tbey wsnted
to know If I threatened them. I ssld no I
didn't threaten and I Wouldn't sue them be-
cause I'd nave to stay In Milwaukee te do that
and I waa only too glad to get out. I told
them I knew In advance I'd get trimmed and
waan't surprised. I told them too. I boned
they'd get the unction for the 118 race Io-
cs nee tbey wouldn't get a single entry.
" 'You're worse than any fthylock' I told
them. 'He wanted his pound of flesh but you
waat that and the money too.' "
Braor aaid be waan't Beared about losing bla
prise money until B. E. Hewlett who entered
Tetxlafr car wired to Bay he had to get a
lawyer to get his money. Bragg waa assured
that W. K. Vanderbllt Jr. chairman of the
contest committee of the A. 0. A. had sewed
the money up in a Milwaukee bank so that It
conld be drawn only by his order and that Mr.
Vanderbllt bad wired Inatnictloos laat Thur.
day that tbe money should be paid. Bragg
I now awaiting aoswer'to a telegram he lent
asking the bank to forward hla money to New
York sod by no meaus to let it get in the hands
of the Dealers' a&tmclation.
Fred J. Wagner tbe A. A. A. atarter said
yesterday tbe check he got for his aervice from
the dealers had come back marked "No funds."
He iilidcmtood that a garnishee had been put
ua the dealera' . account by Ute road contractor.
ho was suing. Bragg ssld he hnd heard of
this garnishee which he said could be lifted
by filing a bond In the sum aued fur. "Why
did I'.iey keep on luing cheek for three day
when tbey tiiov the funds were tied up?" he
A.'K. Parrlinrton. the referee got his check
cashed In Milwaukee before leaving. Thla na
done by; s hotel man. The hotel men sub-
scribed $5000 to the race fnnt nnl the way they
sre "paying It up in by rashiug iu cheeks until
that amount Is reached.
irad yt: "Hnoihrrans Drops Fly. Costing Team-
Thontrb the error of Suodraas was a eostfy
on? for New York . you ca n oot fl ntl a si ns; I e
teammate of his blaminn hloi for tli tlpfeat In
tbetr iyndicatp stories. The Giants were
sportsmen after all.
Tbe funniest statement we bare beard emanat-
ing from tlin mayor of any town in that of Pita-
Re raid of Boston who nays tbat Secretary Rob-
ert McRny of the Red Sox miimt be fired: Wblh
admitting tbat the new world' champions are
Quite apparently a Boston institution. It is news
tbat tbe officials of tbe club are municipal of-
ficer. 8cb ffmel at r quarterback of "the Fonlbam
Catholic1 has tnstatned a broken Collarbone and
will ! -'out ; rf the feame tor the eiHon. We
knew Munethinjf wonid batpen to keep a du-k
with a name like tbiat oltftu roster .that has.
lioaMted men of mich wirlfnOaJic li.me as-'
Mixrcay ti Miirphyv hn O'Malioney. a Mttlltviink
a Casldine FKt to taejitftm met -ions
of the fljfliUiuf race aa Killy and Burlte aud
Aiifruat Bellmont snys that the only way to
preserve American racing is to adopt the perl
The Giants have lost their mascot. Hugh Jen-
nings having proselyted Utvk Hennessv for tbu
Monday. Norember 1ft. the date of the annual
meeting of the A. A. 1'. it tbe twenty fifth
'birthday of the organisation. We wonder what
small present will be rewired from Art bur
The scathing criticism of the Milwaukee Deal-
era association nod the Milwaukee track by
CUebb Bragg roads like an Indictment for mur-
der. - ...
The Sooner Is gettlug to be something of a
bugaboo In Texas gridiron history.
hardest fight to repair lost ground. In the
Christiana' case It munt be remembered that
tbe defeat by Texas waa largely due to ill-
luck. Since then they hare successfully wiped
Bonthweatem and Baylor two rocognlbed vg
four teams off -the map by big scores. The
Christians bare a bard schedule ahead of them
and Baylor la not through with them yet but
figuring on Texas and A. and M. going through
an undefeated State season Stewart's eleven
looks best for ranking honors. And should
either falter in tbe breach T. C. V. Is mighty
likely to more up a notch. The team has lta
full complement of men now with lhanlsch
Austin' too Is close up though aa the
PreNbyterlttUB . hare beaten Biiylor too and
hare made a better showing against Texas
than the Christiana. Whatever hope Baylor
had has been wiped out now by two defeats.
I'oly bad another blow Saturday when laniel
Baker held them to a 7 to 7 tie. Though not
a defeat a tie score by a team they Hcorued
Should Texas and Ak and M. both go through
with undefeated teams the State championship
would more than likely go to the Farmers by
default. Morau's team would be pretty sun- to
challenge tbe State eleven and In the event that
Texas maintained its attitude of nonresumptlon
of relet Ions the college would gain the hon-
ors. Since Oklahoma defeated Texas however.
A. ami M. gain the title clearly. Should
the Kurniers win from the Sooners they could
claim the title on the basis of defeating a team
that defeated Texas.
A. and M. is- as yet however an unsolved
problem. They have still failed to meet a
team worthy of their steel. Trinity and Daniel
Baker have shown tuein nothing. tintll tbey
clash with a sturdy foe. they must be pawed
for tbe moment.
BALL PLAYERS ORGANIZED.
Fraternity Elected David Fultz President
ana uurnnea Kians.
(Associated Press Report.)
NEW YORK. October 20. Directors of the
baseball players' fraternity elected David L.
Fulta the former big league star president of
tbe organisation at n meeting here today. Other
officers were chosen and the plans on which
the organization la to be conducted outlined.
Every club in the National and American
.leagues was represented except the two Bob ton
clubs and Cleveland
1 The other "officers elected are: Vice presi-
dents Cbristjr M a the w son. Edward 8weeney
Michael Doolin and Tyrus Cobb; secretary Ja-
cob Daubert.t - No treasurer was elected.
It waa announced 4 hat the fraternity will not
apply for representation on the .National ootu-
WORLD'S RUNNING RECORD.
Wm. Kohlemalnen of Finland -Won
.. - .ternatlonal Marathon Race.
lA&ociated Prist Report.
NEWARK JS. J October JO. Two worW
professional running; records were broken 07
William KolUemalncn of ('inland thla afternoon
when he woo aa international Maratbon race
aronad a circular track ln the stadlnm bere.
Be coeered tweaty-alx miles 385 yards lu
J:IB:S8 1-5. Kohlemalnen created Dew 23-arMs
and 26-mil flKurea. i:W;S0 S-5 and 1:28:22 ra-
apectiTel'. . .
For. Balk Lin Billiard Champlonahlp.
i " iAttaciatti Prets Rtport.)
NBW YORK. October 20. It wss annonnced
toalKh that W. t. Uoppe Oaarxa F. gloason
and :irr; P. " CHne of New JTort; Orlando
UernluisUr. f tittsbora; Geonte Suttoa aud
CalTltt Detaareet ofXCWeaeo'; Albert Taylor of
Milwaukee and Kojl Xadama of Japan bate
entered for tbe world a championship U.2 balk
hp? btuiara tournament 10 oa
held tere bt-
(iBsia Aoabr 11.
v;j ft Mlka .MurplaY " Poor HsalflijV 't
. - J(HntioH Pott Special.) ' " .
PHILAJ)EIPH14. October MIU ifarphy
ik atabtU sod faiBou' aa aa Olmpl asm
trainer ia ia arr poor aeautk here. ' He 1
Murjpsr Handling "of
Contrast With Somersfand Mack
V laer waa a boos wm aeara eaee is a reaara
pr taa Itataa caaa. It nwnM ap tan
tvoe efj tan aiaa ' waa ' did tUasa for ether
an4 ot a alrk l.ntri with lhe( hresjilde:
"Wall that cradtada."
In re tbe eas of M enteral Brows aad rgaak
Lrroy Cbanra aaalaat Charle W. Murpftj.
Marphr bs cat Brown adrift and abJaped
him to LoutsTflle wkera kr the. food Brace of
owner Bill Orajsott be bmj manaca the. Ool-
ODeia. The press reports say be will thench
at tbe rinse of tbe America Aaaorlatioa. Gray-
aim specifically auaotinced tbac be would re.
tain his preesDt saaasaer for nert yesr. -
Murphy has anauoured that Cbaac win not
mauaa tbe Cubs next season. He baa not
tendered him contract dot dec is red hira a free
agent. To ao a little further back Into history
it Harry 8telnfeldt to 8t
hla protest and Steiufeldt .would not report.
A Great Trio.
That has been a great trio In the past
Chance and Brown aad Htelnfeldt. The three of
them and most of all the first two. turned
Murphy from an lmpecuriona newspaper writer
into a man of .millions. But their usefulness
is done. And like broken reads tbey are fl'iug
What have the three of tbem done for the
Chicago Nat lout la? Aak It of the city with
Its four National league flags and two world'a
championship since the advent of Change ? Ask
it of the united thousands who stod ami rheerwt
to tbe echo the great once Invincible Browu. as
with the shadow of defeat .upon him he walked
to tbe bench after be had kmt a world's flag
to tbe Athletics.
The brain and playing ability of Frank
Chance the arm of hia three-fingered twirl lug
marve I. a nd tha one-time speed and suren ens
of Hteiiifeldt made a great team. And the
great team made dollars tor Charles W. M.
Stelnfeldt was tbe first to go. Nervous
breakdown mined his effectiveness. He waa
through. And Murphy sold him to St. Paul
8teiiifeldt did not wsnt to go there. One
Amerleau league club and one National one
still thought he could be of service to them.
Stelnfeldt wanteds to stay m the big league.
But Murphy was afraid he might come ba'k.
He did not think of tlie years of faithful ser-
vise. He thought only of his own personal good.
He ordered the Texan to St. Paul - this man
who had really earned as outright release. Aa
it happened. Steinle was really all in -he wan
finished But where was Murphy's gratitude?
Chance and Brown.
Now it Is Chance and Brown who go. Brown
pitched well at the start of the season sprained
his foot and now they say he will never he
effertfve sh h major star again. Brown had
earned his release. Did he get It? Of course-
not. Waivers were asked on him and received.
Brown will rusticate in Ijoulsville.
Chance as a manager has proven greater than
ever this year since he has gotten the laat
posnihle ounce of value of s team that on paper
looked fearfully weak. But Chance hi hum' If
has been compelled to remain out of the game
IS WELL ENJOYED
Sunday Entertainment at Auditor-
ium Was Attended by Large
Lewis' Municipal banil rendered a musi-
cal proKram at the regular free entertainment-
at the city auditorium Sunday
afternoon that waa pronounced liy many
of those ln the audience to far excel
the usual high class of tho municipal
band's performances. . -t
At all events it entertained vth several
.tuidred people who attended and afford -ada
delightful afternoon In Bplhjji the
Warn weather amtan unuHUaUy oppres-
alng: barornftter. Koss Crane' the lectur-
er failed to arrive It belnt? announced
that Illness interfered with his fulfilling
hts HouKt$n engagement and to complete
the period pet apart for the exercises
the band played several extras that
were well received.
The entertainment closed with a photo
play thrown on the screen from the
auditorium moving picture 'machine.
Rev. W. S. Lockhart chairman of tho
committee In charge of the program for
these entertainments announced that the
CUlcago Ladles' Orchestra comprising
eight pieces and made up strictly of
high classed ' musicians will 1 perform at
the entertainment next Sunday. A reader
is also on the program for that day anil
the Municipal band as usual will fur-
nish the principal share of the enter-
tainment. As the second entertainment of the
present series that of Sunday was con-
sidered a pronounced success from point
of popularity. The attendance waa good
In spite of weather calculated to drive
the public to the parks and out of door
places for recreation. x
OIL TRUST DECREE
HAS GIVEN RELIEF
(Continued from PaKe One.)
entire oil business of the United States
and tho remaining 16 per cent wag dis-
tributed among Independents. The most
accurate data which I have been able to
secure shows that at present the inde-
pendent companies control 34 per cant
exclusive of California where 1 am In
formed tho Independents control nearly
60 per cent.
"One other practical result of the gov-
ernment's prosecution and lecree la
shown In tbe increased priceH secured
by the producers of crnde petroleum. The
total production for the last five years
was. 1U07 166000000 b;irr?ls; 1908 17-
000000 barrels; 1909. M 000000; 11)10.
29000000 barrels and 1911. 22000fcOOO
Oil Has Advanced.
"Since the decree of dissolution the
price of crude oil has advanced from 46
cents to 70 cants a barrel In the mid-
continent field from 66 to 87 cents In the
Illinois field and from 11.30 to $1.60 in
the Pennsylvania field those being prac-
tically the largest fields of production of
reflnable oil. Of course those Increase! ln
the price of crude which benefit the pro-
ducers of the crude and not either tlio
Standard Oil company or the Independent
companies and marketing companies has
resulted ln a somewhat Increase price for
the refined product added 'to which the
enormous Increase ln the demand for
gasoline In the .United Htates materially
The attorney general declared that this
letter coming from a representative of
the companies which were most affected
by the Standard Oil combination "af-
ford a very conclusive answer to the su-
perficial condemnation which has been
bo recklessly laauigea jn oy poiuicai op-
ponenta to theadmlnltratlon.'
Over Forty Left Houston Sunday
Night to Join Begem Forces.
Slightly more than forty Greeks front
Houston and Galveston left Sunday night
over the Trinity and Brazos Valley rail-
way on their way to Join the Greek army'
ln the present war against the Turks. At
Dallas they will be joined by about 125
compatriot from Dallas and Fort Worth
and will' proceed to New York to await
further instruction from their. home gov-
eminent. The part of last- night was
preceded a few day ago by a party ot
about ten Greeks on a similar mission.
Sugreme Court Decision TodAyt
. (Atteciatei Prett Refrrty t. ;
WASHINGTON October . 20. Thai su-
preme court is expected to hand down its-
first decisions of the fall terms tomor-
mw' : 'Among those which may be an
nounced are the State rate case - the?
llnioa Paclflo merger and the bard eoal
Chance and Brown in
.0 in Jf ! : " - - '
era use of physical diaabntty omnnei la the
aenit of taa dun' "
I l -?TIiwXt Wit Murphy. .
la a way Vtrphy can not be blaajxied jenttmlf
far tvnevtnf Ckanee of the managemenr of tne
Cuba. ; vaanee save his employer tbe He. But
It wan In a rail ant rush to the defna oi ati
character of hla aaen. assailed bv Mnmbr. . t
tmaace-'WlU snperseded. Murphy kaa i
annonnc! This may not worry him aa reh-
ahly -evtary ehib In the two leagues barring trie
Jiaata and Athletics could use bla aervte.
But will Murphr auow chaaee to a to tnenn
teaaaat Bctoals and Boston wsnted 8 tain-.
Mdt And Stelnfeldt went to i. Paul.'
Uratltuoe U a atraata thing after all. There
you Uave algrpojr. Here another cat. i -
Con run Mack's Men. VI-
Mack tosmd aVIscue Lord's usefulneas ' at -an
end. TVW veteran outfield or had grown nV
l"u- and-heavy. No o(h r major teagne clubs
wanted him. Briscoe Lord waa sent aa :a
regular tf tn- Baitimore On.. a club -fu
winch Mack bad a flaanclat interest. He wa
given a aubt.aitlial amount as a testimonial pt
th regard of bla employers for kea faithful
service. And Jm. aril 1 (eJbe samo arvi la
Baltimore ae be drew la PUlailelpbta.' 7 t
Danny Murbj may never play ball again.
Tm condition of hla Injured knee ia such as to
lead a krllif what hn is hardlv likely to ever
ne ion aaoi great aiuggmg gardener of the
years that have gime. Mnihy has given the
i'tuiaupiiDUa tjihu yvmn oi eiiicient service. tm
has worked hard. i
And Connie alack haa announced tbat regara-
lesa of Dan Murphy's condition whether be f
able to play or not. he will never draw his tf-
lease from Use Athletics.
He win be kept en?
Um pay roiL
Somern at Cleveland.
Somen nt Cleveland replaced Lajole wlti
alcOulre. Bat there was sever any hitch be
tween tne ewner and the former manaanrv He
had aimply felt that managerial cares affected
tike value of -tne of tbe greatestplayera the
game haa ever known. And Lajoie saw It the
same way. . !
Kven when Homers sent SiovjUl to St. Lonfcl
he was asatimlng that the urt-af first baseman
would star In tbe big leacue. And the widow
of Addle Joss has never been forgotten by tin:
BUI Donovan won through at Detroit and so
Navin made him tuaongfr of the liro1t farm.
And at Providence many h former Tigr Is well
taken care of by lhn man tlicy Hon three pen-
Mrs. drltton and Breanahan.
Another case of perming ingratitude not
however In as sharp a contract with the mag
nanlmlty of Mack and Somen m In Murphy Js
cas. Is the St. tmia laugle. HreKnuliao took
hold of the CaiillnsN. Hdtnittetlv almost al-
ways a hard pmpH iii for the Hohlwms. and
for those two bnithem h'fore they Hied and
Mrs. Britton since he has made money and
Now. if all reports he true Mr. Britton fa
anxious to discard the Duke In fnfor of Miller
Well that's gratitude.
POMP WILL MARK
ARRIVAL OF KING
Nottoo Will Sit on Throne and Re-
ceive Keys of City of No-Tsu-Oh
Mid Scene of Gaiety.
The arrival of King Nottoc on the first
dny of the No-Tsu-Oh has been from the
beginning of the festival one of the great
spectacular events and large throngs
have in former years congregated about
the banks of the channel or lined tho
bridges for a first glimpse of his royal
majesty as he comes surrounded by his
court to take possession of hla favorite
This year the klhi? will enter No-Tim-Oh
mid the booming of cannon the ringing
of bells und the blasts of one thousund
The members of the committee having
the arrangements In rharjte have been
very secretive but I hey I lire been very
busy It Is statwl that thev have Sient
a vast sum of money on this the open-
ing feature of the wn.'; festivities.
Wnen the king arrives he will le wel-
comed by the Mayor hy the Governor
of the state by Senators Culberson and
Bailey while the cadets from A. & M.
will march In line. The local military
companies ujll also be in the line of
Throne for the King.
An especially erected throne will be
encountercrl on the way from the land-
ing place at the foot of Fannin street
to the kinK's apartments In the Bender
and he will mount yils and receive the
key of the city and deliver an address
to his subjects bidding them to niako
merry. He will then be escorted to hlB
apartmciiM and will remain In seclusion
or Incognito until Wednesday night when
he will ipear at the coronation ball.
The pageant of Tuesday night of No-Tsu-Oh
rarrilval will eclipse In splendor
and magnitude any former pageants and
that Is saying something for the Tues-
day iiIkI I pageants of the No-Tsu-Oh
huve come to lie looked upon as one of
the mosi magnificent Institutions of the
kind In llie I toiled StaccM.
There will he twT:ty allegorical ve-
hicles. Kadi A ill tell a story and at the
same time be apart of the story tnat Is
being tld by all the other vehicles.
Lighting of Big Parade.
Part i i ilar attention will be given tWs
year to Hie lighting of this parade. There
is no criticism to offer against the light-
ing of former parades but there has sim-
ply been advancement In this particular
as well as In all others.
Oeoigously decorated floats will proceed
through a hazy most of red and will Im-
press 11 I who witness as so many be-
spangleu clinriots gliding through a mys-
tic cl' iii with the red of a setting un.
Those who may occupy positions 8omo
blocks up the street In advance of the
parade will be given the Impression that
winged chariots lined with gold and sil-
ver and draped with diamonds pearls
and other gems rich and rare are com-
ing floating toward them from out a cloud
of flaming red.
No expense has been spared to make of
this parade the most magnificent ever
witnessed in the country.
MRS. MA Raj' ELLA SHOKMAKEK.
Mis. Mary Ella Shoemaker age 42
years died at a sanitarium ln Houston
Sunday morning. She Is survived by her
husband J. C. Shoemaker; two daugh-
ters Mrs. Tillie Williams Mrsv Ruby
Averv; two sons Frank and Beverly
Shoemaker; three brothers L. F. P. O.
ami R. T. Ezell all of Houston and
two sisters residing in California.
The remains will be shipped by Set-
tegast & Kopf undertakers Monday to
Mewshow Texas her former home for
Interment. Her husband and sons will
accompany the remains. The funeral
will be held there at o'clock Tuesday
afternoon. ' s
The funeral of Thomas Martin age
97 years who died at o'clock Saturday
night at hi home 1810 Washington ave-
nue was held from the Washington
Avenue Methodist church -at 4 o'clock
Sunday afternoon. Rev. HI af. Tlmmona
officiated. Theodore Huck D. ' Perkins.
I.. E- Shuf trine. Otto Krtckson Charle
Aldelton M. Kelley.
Mr. Martin was closely connected with
the; founding and building of' the Wash-
ington Avende Methodist church from
which his funeral was held. Before) tha
church was built tho congregation was
organized and held meetings at his home
the same building in which he resided at
the -time- of his death. Thi church was
'begun ln 1T r. . -.t- ; r--
Twenty cents back'on evefr1 dollar (
Smith's Drug Cs. 802 Prewtaa.- v
1 Bmlth'a Dru Ce. 02 PnestBa? rv"
THE DEATH ROLL
Be Impressive Pagcantw
. liar pf Htrcki aad Order of Floats
n . w r s. .
; .AaaiionoedVVaUoade of Tonpff J
Womea Will Head
.Headed by a cavalcade of from thirty
to forty .young women of Houston rep-
'isscntinr Ui? opnHoai of the "Old
Soutlij" the Confederate- veterans' parade
'during; ' tHe $Jo-Tgu.Oh. carnival this year
will be . more (mures lv' and elaborate
.than r beori. '. g
t4 meeting-'f Ilclt Dowllng camp
jUhitwi CopfederaK Veterans.-Joined by
tefreawntatlve Irom th auxiliary camps
of fthaj United Daughters of -th Confed-
eracy held Sunday afternoon Ife the city
council chamber the details as to num-
ber aad nature of flbatsV formation of
parade and . line' of march wef a in-
nounced for 'the-: drat ttrhe.
" Commander J J. Hall of Dick Dowllng
camp ai(d commander-in-chief for Con-
federate Day presided over tha meeting
and gave a general outline of . the plans
. He informed the meeting that Chief
or rotloe .'oble bald offered to furnish
twenty ' horses for use of tbe women tak-
ing part .in the "Uld South" cavalcade.
If this number ts not sufficient. It waa
announced. Mr. Noble will furnish a larg-
r' number.' The horses are picked from
1 tha best saddle animals In Harris coun-
ty and ae all supplied with saddles.
Woman dealrirut the mount aide-saddle.
however will have to furnish their own
Mounts. It :was announced that nine-
teen young ladles have already signified
their intentions of participating That
section of the procession will be under
the direction-of Mrs. Effle Neville chair-
man of one of tbe committees. It was
stated that many ethers than those whose
names have been 'submitted will un-
doubtedly enter since the restriction
placed last year requiring that all par-
ticipants mount aide saddles haa been
Eight Decorated Float.
Following the cavalcade will move
eight floats that will carry out- allegori-
cal Ideas In their decorations and design.
More work time thought money and
artistic skill Is being employed on tbe
floats this year than ever before. In
the order ln which they will move in
the procession the floats represent the
Confederate veterans occupied by
members of the camp who are not able
to walk ln the parade.
Robert K. Lee chapter occupied by
twenty-four little girls comprising the
juvenile auxiliary to the chapter.
"Pride of the South" occupied by six-
teen Southern girls.
O. M. Roberts chapter occupied by
twenty-lour little girls belonging to the
Juvenile auxirhtry of that chaster.
"Confederacy" occupied ty one elder-
ly woman and two small girls.
"Auld Lang Syne" float in charge of
Comrade W. H. t'lelg and carrying six
of the very aged veterans and two ot
the "youngest" ladles of the ante-bellum
"Goddess of the Confederacy" ln
charge of Mrs. O. M. Ha vis.
Dick Dowllng camp. The .last named
float will commemorate the Sabine Pasa
engagement. In which Dick Dowllng per-
formed the feat of soldiery that achieved
' Line of Parade.
The parage will begin at 2:30 o'clock
the afternoon of Friday November 16
Confederate Day and will form on the
northwest aide of (he. Federal building on
San Jacinto street. It 'will move north-
cast to liranklln avenue northwest to
Travis street southwest along Travis U
McKlnney avenue thence along McKln-
ney to Main street northeast iJong Main
through the business d4striot to Franklin
avenue thence to f annln street and along
h'annln street to Texas avenue to dis-
band at' the point of beginning.
The veterans and others participating
In the parade will meet at the city hall
In the Dick Dowllng camp headquarters
at 1 o'clock In the afternoon and walk to
the pustufltee building. Those who pre-
fer may go direct from their homes to
the place of formation.
A letter was received from the Albert
Sidney Johnston camp al Heaumont an-
nouncing that the mertibers would he here
ln a body to participate. They In turn
Invited the members of Dick Dowllng
camp to attend the unveiling of a monu-
ment at Beaumont November 27.
Levi Hlckey; chairman of the commit-
tee In charge of arranging for carriages
and automobiles and Al Longnccker
chairman of the1 committee to take charge
of the work of apportioning seats In-the
vehicles reported that their commfttee
were ready to pull off the event on a
Colonel James H. Agen of the George
McClellan post Grand Army of the Re-
public was present and In answer to an
invitation to address the meeting gave
an Interesting account of his recent visit
to Lo Angeles and the hearty repectlon
the member of the Grand Army gave
the Invitation from Houston to hold their
1914 general encampment here.
Mrs. B. Repsdorpli presented the camp
with a flag of the Confederacy to replace
the flag that was destroyed during the
parade last year. The presentation was
After the business meeting the mem-
bers of the auxiliary chapters United
Daughters of the Confederacy took
charge and concluded the afternoon with
a delightful literary and musical pro-
gram: Little Miss Geneva Miller sang
the "Old Time Confederacy" with pleas-
ing effect and was heartily applauded.
A rfhort tolk was made by Mrs. Emma
Lynn of Brenham daughter of John
wllklns adjutant of Green's 1 brigade.
She was a special guest at the meet-
ing. Siress was laid by the officer of the
camp " tie faot that Invitations are
being sent out this year other than the
general Invitation through the newspa-
pers Inviting all I'nited Confederate vet-
erans and I'nited Daughters of the Con-
federacy In the State and others who
can be here to participate In the cele-
brations of Confederacy Day.
WOMAN HELD AT
Mm. J. I. Wier Under Police Guard
Pending Arrival of Offioer From
Mr. J. U Wdr i being held at
rooming house under police guard pend-
ing the arrival of an officer from Sherl-
dan WyoWio left that plac for Hous"
ton Sunday. The guards at Mrs. Weir's
room are men" ainployfd by Chief Noble
on the outside the young woman being
spared the embarrassment of having uni-
formed offloers stationed t the hetise.
Mr. Weir who is the wife of sn army
officer stationed at Kort alcKenzte. Wjro..
y was an eHted d- ine ponce r nuay on
Information tnat ane is waniea in onen-
dan ona charge of felony theft. When
the Dherldan authorities were not fled of
her detention they lansaertlately tele-
gmped Chief Noble that as- ofheer with
All necessary patera would Itave that
ity Sunday. i ' 1
After her arrest Mrs.. Weir telegraphed
hiuhand. and ahet'haa raoelvad two
messttges frotif firm. what word Uie hus- A
band aent to- naj we- waa noi maqe puo-
Hc. Mrs. Weist contends.' that she t In-
nocent and tiiattli harge against her
is tho plot.of the wife of Colonel George
A.- Cecil also of Kort McKcnxie.
Chief of . Potloe Noble has nad the
case- under tils personal supenrlston and
tated Ho a-ioepreseptatfv of The Post
I that mscajrYeex;. te4 bees' 'exteadeA
The .seven-league magic stride f long igo is al-
most a joke WHEN compared with your present day
telephone traveling power.' """..
Your Bell Telephone as the very center cf vast
system of seven million others makes' the scope cf
your business possibilities equal to 'the length and
breadth of the whole land. ' ' V r "
Develop that power which stands always ready
at your elbow Mr. Business Man. Yon' can make -every
dollar so spent "prove in" on your balance" sheet
as well or .better than any you invest 1 v '
IS DUE TODAY
Special of Nueces County Live
Wires En Route Home.
Party Will Spend Four (Hours in
Houston and While Receiving
. City's Hosnitality Will Tell
of Wonderful New Town.
MouMton i marked for a second Inva-
tnn of the Bishop booster excursion that
pass.d through this city last Friday en
route to Dallas.
The special five Pullmans bearing the
men that somebody remarked while they
wer here Friday put the 'bis' In Bish-
op will arrive at the Grand Central sta-
tion at 3:30 o'clock this afternoon. The
party will remain here four and a half
hmirs during which time their cars will
he transferred to the Houston Belt and
Terminal railroad station. Jut -what
thev will do to Houston may he ur-
mlHi'rt by those who met them In the brief
spare of time they spent in this city
while en route to the State fair. That
they are a hunch of live wire boosters
of the first water was evident from the
moment the train pulled up under the
station shed and they will be given the
key of Houston with all other acces-
sories going to make a hearty weloame.
The party comprises nlnly-eTn grown
people Including many of th wives and
other female members of the families
of Hlshop business men and thre enthu-
siastic Bishop bahlcs that promise to
make booster with all the qualities in
that reaped of their puretns.
V. 'A. Hlshop who founded the town
ia at the head of the party he I ao-
conipiinied hy Mrs. Bishop and Mis An-
While seeing Houston and receiving
the hoxpllallty of the Houston citizen
I he visitors will Incidentally advertise
Bishop. They are supplied. It 1 under-
stood with literature and souvenirs but-
tons badge? pennants and other para-
phernalia of that like and before they
dipiiit will leave enough Bishop adver-
tising in the oily to be remembered as
lung as memory endures.
Showing la Unexcelled
f ur a town that three years ago waa
part of the undefined prairies of Nueces
county without other building than a rail-
road station. Bishop makes a showing
thut Ik perhaps unexcelled ln the State.
The booster train Is one of the most Im-
portant that haa ever left the southwes-
tern part ot tlie State on an evangelical
mlsHton of this kind and magnitude.
Streamers extend the length of each
i nach annouri'-lng ln letters that can be
read at distanceH of a thousand or more
yards thn nature starting point and iles-
' thiamin of the ex"urLon.
The party spent two days at Dallas
and are said to have created a greater
Mentation In tho way of impressing oth-
ers there of the live qualities and busi-
ness spirit of their town than any oth-
er event of the two days. At each sta-
tion en route stops of ten or more min-
utes are made and the opportunity for
advertising the black land belt of Nueces
county made the moat of.
All Monday night will be spent on the
road from Houston to Bishop arriving
thero at 6 o'clock Tuesday morning.
Kvery member of the Bishop excur-
sion is a living advertisement of the
place and has a persuasive manner of
pouncing lmmedfutely upon the stranger
as the latter comes within his reach
and Impressing him forthwith with the
fact that Bishop is the best healthiest
und most prosperous progressive little
city In South Texas.
While practically every profession and
walk of life is represented among the
delegates the mental pabulum distributed
by each is compounded on that one for-
mula extglling the good qualities ot
Bishop and Impressing everybody With
the fact that only half the real facts
There are merchants bankers.' farmers
stock raisers mechanic physicians
school teachers arm lanftmen In the party
every one an example of the aplrit that
made Bishop a booming bustling and
prosperous community from tbe moment
the first inhabitant landed. And what Is
more they know it.
Accompanied by Band.
A braes band composed of Bishop mU-
slclans accompanies the excursion' nad
carries - along a repertoire of Bishop
boosting music that has had 9mrkable
effect throughout tlie) trip. ' - Wv;
The ame advertising spirit' that based
the Bishop citisens to organise an put
Into effect the largest and most Important
special train thai -went to Dallas during
result that hav ibeen urtt
intfl viuubui mwvk puvnoniens!
Witnessed the past
U.U0I) At As
IS STERLING SILVER
NO matter how Ismail
a piece . of silver is
sent it is received' with
Joy tor not; atone-. M ; it
blautifut in appearance
but remains so forever.
Our Showing of Silver '
Gifts is UNEQIfHED
415 Main Diamond Merchant
That suggest the balmy odor of
8prlngtlme. Foiir Leaf Clover and
Red Clover Blossome two dollar
the ounce. You are Invited to test
theee new odor1.
Congress and Fannin tvn .
time the old railroad station was W
sole object of human construction that
could be seen for nlies around. It
dawned on Mr. Bishop that the rich black
land that stretched away into the dis-
tance from that point was the kind that
the farmers of the North have been look-
ing for. The question waa to remove the
mistaken Impression that had been cre-
ated gmong the Northern farmers regard-
ing the qualities of South and Southwest
Texas soil. .-
The demonstration that the cllmgte in. I
soli at Bishop and that section f th.-
Oulf cosst was all that the farmer eould
wish required but a few brief months
energy enterprise snd farmers to do the
work. Tn thirty months mora than U0iw
acres were put into a high state of culti-
vation. y .
The crops that have bean prodvoed thlp
season furnish absolute demonstration
that tha soil Is as good as exists anywhere
The community la now populated' with
an active ' and prosperous 'o&aepehlp.
Twenty-six Immense steam plo fWctors
are used in preparing the lands ta the
Bishop community for- planting. Tin-
natural drainage Is so Complete that th
ground dries within a few days after a
four-Inch rain requiring after the sum- -mer
dry period thorough breaking with
plows of this type. . -
Cotton and corn are the principal staple
crop now being grown but the member
of the party claim that Bishop soil will
grow anything that belongs to the plant
kingdom and wtU produce it oft a profit-
able basis. 1 Y.v: V.3W'J .-
Just now Bishop 1 ta the midst of a
rapid and strenuous butldlng .". period.
While the special waa-at Houston Friday
some members ot the party made; excu.vt
for the fact that only 100 persona were
along on the ground that the remalmi.
of the ciUseneWp had to-stay at hom
and take coxa of the building going on.
Beeidea - brasa band to ."blow its
horn. so Jo speak. Bishop haa live
newspaper. Co plea of this paper are car-
ried on tha" special for distribution.
perusal ef the columns of a late-lesue c
tne paper develop the fact that the farm-
ers of Bishop do- not 'consider their Ian
-worth mentioning unleaa it produces fro
half to a baha of cotton or trom -Ain
to atxtr buaheia of aa fine eorn as ev
grew on an ear. Development work
now under way and contemplated at
n thevloinlty.e Bishop according h t
Bishop News amounting-to several I
dred thouiiand dollars. . i . . .
at a barvaln watch The
is ' If you havo a bargaf
is us xn rosra cii-
Sio need to worry ua
if IT COMKB fROM
t 11 you Wa
aome one y
f-none rrestoo. n or .
rest. . .
Ther wiU d
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