The Houston Post. (Houston, Tex.), Vol. 27, Ed. 1 Saturday, March 23, 1912 Page: 1 of 16
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HOUSTON TEXAS. SATURDAY MARCH 23.1912.
PRICE 5 CENTS
I in TT T I TT ' TT' . n
IFAMINE FOLLOWS IN
MINE HORROR'S WAKE
Widows arid Children of Miners Are Suffering
Extremely From the Lack of Food.
EXACT NUMBER OF
1 DEAD IS UNKNOWN
ISIxty-Three Bodies Have
? Been Recovered.
MANY PATHETIC SCENES
AT BURIAL OF VICTIMS
Constant String of People to Grave-
yard Where Scores of Bodies
Were Hauled From Village
" Chiefly on Drays.
. .Associated Frits Kifiart.l
POKT SMITr Ark March 8J.
Famine stalks in the path of sorrow left
by tfie Sans Boise mine horroi at McCur-
taln Okla. Messages received here today
.Indicate the town la practically without
food. Kxtrome suffering Is reported. Be-
tween WO and 700 men from neighboring
coal camps have hurried to Mi'Curtuin in
earch for friends and relatives and to
aapi' in the rescue work. The little
stores In the town have sold out their
atocks and nothing but empty shelves
remain in soma instances entire stocks
of crocerles have been purchased out-
risht and distributed among th. families
of the victims. Two car load af supplies
were sent from Kort KmitaVtoday by spe-
cial train. Citlxens here have raised a
relief fund of more than J700 for the
benefit of the. victims and thla amount Is
being used to furnish food for the town.
Namoa of Those Identified.
The identified bodies recovered today
were those of James. 8am and Hale Phil-
lips brothers; Frank Martin. Willis An-
drews. Earnest Dan kins. Oscar Adams
Joe Komlskey and William Blrdsong. To
'the list of men known to be yet in the
mine was added the name of Enrich.
Prom revised accounting made tonight
trier were Its men In th. mine when th.
explosion cam.. Of that number twenty-
five cam put alive and sixty-three bodies
'har. keen recovered leaving flfteen yet
to ba .'found. The . nguraa nr ob
.tr U jaaitPi"AiHrapoiidit
Late this aftarnoon forty-Bve bodies had
OfTers of financial assistance have been
pouring In almost hourly since the dis-
aster but acceptances have been spar-
It was curious eyes which looked tip at
Antonio Oyaala when he came sauntering
hp to the mine today. Some at first
slirank from him.
Was a Happy Surprtae.
"Where did you come from?" an Ital-
ian miner asked him.
"I have Jast come from home" he re-
plied. "But they have got you numbered as
one of the men still In the mine How
did you get out?"
Oyasis then explained that he was one
of the party of fourteen wlHch was res-
cued alive Thursday morning. When the
top was reached Oyasts Jumped over the
side of the car. Onlookers thought he
wafl one of the reevuera while the res-
cuing party thought they had been mis-
taken in the number brought up. Oyasis
went home Immediately. He said he
dreaded th. sight of the mine.
State Mine Inspector Edward Boyle to
day tnvestlgated the cause of the explo-
ston. He states tliat the evidence leads
him to balieve the gas was responsible.
bnt it may not be possible for several
days to determine the cause as wreckage
will prevent a quick investigation. The
mine is rapidly filling up with afterdamp.
The rescuing force has been increased
to seventy-fiv. men and the work is be-
ing carried on with renewed vigor al-
though no hope Is entertatned for the re-
mainder of th. entombed men. Today
(Continued on Page Three )
ONE MEMBER OF
Sidna Edwards Was Captured While Asleep io Hut One
Mile From His Home.
(Associated Prist Kef art.)
MTLLfiVlLLK Vs. March 2t Rldna
Jtdwards a tall rugged mountaineer of
S3 years sat calmly In the darkness of
the little brick jail here tonight the first
ffatch of the posses that have been
securing the mountains for those of the
Allen gang who got away after the court
house assassination of March 14 when a
Judge prosecutor and two bystanders
were killed and two others seriously
' Tonight young Edwards emaciated and
worn from a weeK's wanrlng In the
thickets protests his Innocence of the In-
dictment of murder snd the hunters
spurred on by a day's success are up In
tha Blus Ridge searching for his brother
.Wesley Edwards; his uncle Bidna Allen
land his cousins Claude and Friel Allen.
!. Found tawsraa Asi..p.
.Detective Fplts and W. W.
(heading a poee came upon Edwards at
4 .o'clock this morning asleep - tn an
gmpty hut bit a mile from his home.
He Was unardi.d and when he woke the
officers were kt his side. He made no
resistanee and went to a farmer's house
inear LamaburW. Vs. and started for
Miturvllle with pis captors early today.
Forecast for Houston and Tlcrnlty today Un-
settled nrnir; probably rain.
Tamparatur and preelpltatlna at Houston fo
twenty fcmr hoar ending 1 p. m. yoatenUy
tfmlmam (13; mtnlmnm 40.
Precipitation. .43 lnrbra.
ganriae today :23 a. m.: snoaet today l38
(Associated prist Report.)
WASHINGTON. March 22. gait Texas local
ralna Saturday rlalng temperature In north and
west. Sunday unsettled winnr.
Oklahoma Rata or anow Saturday alowly
rlalnc trmpcrature. 8ualay unaettled and
LoolRlana Xjorn ralna Saturday. Snaday m-wtllpL-
Wmi Texaa Cloody Saturday probably ratn
or ennv In Tanbandlr. Sunday fair rlalnc tenv
LABOR mmmlttee bard advoatoa of Hngbea-
Borah tnduairlat romojiaaion bill.
RKI'I'Bl.irAX mrmtxra of way and raeona
commltto introdoced bill revising woo en
FOOP STI'Prs ire not contraband of war. de-
clared Tft. Interpreting proclamation re-
amlina commeri' with lciico.
RKPRKSKNTATIVK FALUER of Panoaylvairla
mail- n niiiiiccciMrui attempt to rttarhnrgo
ilic IMUn affair coasailtteo from farther con-
unnriftTon of hla rcsolntlon ealliag for Informa-
tion on tiie Apa'hc Indiana.
YOl'TF ard two men frwn death at Water-
full hy heroic deed.
r.dVF.RNMKNT reted lt Cae tn trial of al-
leged anaar truat In New Tora city.
RKPORT at Oiiciso said irovninient baa nnder
way IOTetigaUoit of alleged coal truat.
SIDNA KDWARDS. member of Allan gang sui-
rrndcred and l Jailed at Hlllavllle. Va.
NO Atil'.MF.NT reached between coal miner
and aitncs now In aeHfilon at rieroland.
FAMINK tlalka in wale of mine horror T Vr-
l.'urtaln. Okla. Death llat Mtlmatad at
GF.NF.RAI. JOHN W NOB1.R. aeeratary .f In-
terior under Pnaident Harnsoa la dead la
St- Lou la.
OKRMAN nvv and amy wftl ba
atrentrthened aeeordang to Diana.
F.NOL1SH minimum wag Mil held a. is parlia-
ment wliile itinera are going hungry.
REI.IUIOVK freedom and liberty will be granted
In China to rjirlatlms under new government.
MF.XIOAN rehela. 1800 atrong. reported to bjiva
been routed by force of 500 faderajs Bear
KF.AR tea In. Stat caaltot at Aaachi
sea Mcttaaaeajt .boa a daaaac. .
All vrfrrnv 4a. rMnl trmim tflfA Msf
4 -ysvfiin slu0OTsa. -vm.tr4
dbts of Bt. Umrj'm rollcg at D-1tan.
RECENT norther fallM t iimifi fruit tjftift
brwiu of hMrj utoarwiphfiir coodltlonit
TFXAS nrnin lVtlfni awMirUtion will mt In
rrt Worth rcordins; to rilrioti of oeatJTv
NKW YORK mlinonilrf woold r-(ih:is1h !
port at Bra to mouiU and put Trias at hoad
f Ktilpbur tndnat rw.
BHAN'"'!! part' fotl laMmtory miiy h Mtub-
Itshtnl at ffifii to car- for traRineM im tbot
w'i tlon hf thf SlHte.
RKi'OUTN tn adjutant (inrara office at Atnrttn
tniltcntfHt thnt Trains raJJih1 In Prrt.dlo ami
Brfwtfr t.untl sat ill wrt bin raided bf
TAftKNOrtn rate o)erk win nwvt U Houston
tn arrange Joint one way tariff. -MVISStONFR
WILLIAMS urt nttroad -rO-
(nlssinn In p robins; San Aatonlo exptotiau witb-
GIANT refrulara broke irp camp in atullB and
rollowed colt to Dftllaa.
Ct AI.VFKTON boostera t-are moker to make
Crab player and fan bott.r acquainted.
TOT A l tval estate transfers
K. S. FLACR. yoiinir white man.
ft ten two
Tfursi trm on oursxiary eoiiTirtion.
PKol'l.E of WoMlaod HeUhta and rtrinlry pvti-
tlon the counril for a sewer ytem.
PELEfi ATF.S to Fort Worth Cattlemen's ran-
ventton are i-nrbuaiast Ir orer reanlfa of trip.
Kilt Wb.STHKlUEH puruhafd property corner
of Prairie and Caroltoo and w1l erect laro
hnl Id int.
THK nt hale of cotton mtoti from the North
Sid (Ire wilt be auctioned Por the benefit of
the Art' nufferem.
REPORT of Houaton Helnhts Water comi
for rear Just closed shims Income of
2it8.ii:; expense or rnj.Tl.
THR Jury in the Dr. Hufhee a)U-sred attempted
criminal KMUlt wi imnMe to airree; It wis
dlirbrted ami a mistrial declared
A VOI r START petition in banJcrnptcT w
filed by H. A. Pean-n of Modem Maniifac
tnrlnc ompaiiy; liabilities 10.L't)7..Vi; asveis
i iecssttte0teec as-aaraaa vsAest
lens who wss not at the court house on
the day of the tragedy. Joined his nephew
on the way In and came with the party
to Hlllavllle. They cantered In and
pauaea wnue tne moving picture men
clipped off a few hundred feet of film.
Bldna was then hustled to the little jail
across from th. stable.
Rumors of Surrender Heard.
Rumor flew persistently about the coun-
tryside that the Allen gang still at large
discouraged by the taking of Edwards
had aent a petition to Governor Mann
offering to surrender If they were per-
mitted to plead guilty to murder in the
second degree. Such a proposal was said
to have been made to Detective Baldwin
at Roanoke by a relative of tbe Allans
but the detective. It Is said turned It
down. Governor Mann In Richmond to-
night declared he had heard of no such
Sidna Edwards is 22 years of age. a
splendid type of young mountaineer. He
stands over six feet and weighs between
110 and 1M pounds. After ths thorough
Investigation as to his participation In
the HlllsvUle shooting Governor Mann In-
cesared the reward for Edwards to frUOU.
the seme as offered for the capture dead
or alive ef Sidna Allan leader of the
FURTHER FAILURE OF AGREEMENT
FORECASTS COAL STRIKE APRIL
OFFER OF OWNERS
negotiations to Settle Dispute Orer
Wages Were Postponed Until
(yiawcMtod Prut Rrprrt. )
OL.EVILAND OhM March t Ne-
gotiation b.twaan th. 200000 miner. In
th. bituminous coal fl.ld. - of Western
Pennsylvania Ohio Indiana and Illinois
ndthe operator for an adjustment of
wage difference. 1st. tonight war. post-
poned until next Tuaaday.
Two compromise offer by th. operator
were vot.d down by th. miners. Thesa
war. that th. present wage and working
seal be continued for two ysara after Its
expiration AprM 1 and that there be no
auapenalon of th. mln. on any account.
Th. miners had ask ad for a 10 per oent
Increase In pay and a ehortenlng ef
working hours. As agalnet this the
operator had asked that th. wag. scale
be out down 10 per cant.
Indications that thee would bs no Im-
mediate settlement were shown In the
afternoon when a sub-cam m I tt a com-
posed of eight miner and eight operators
began considering a compromise whloh
SIDNA EDWARDS TOLD OFTRAGEDY
AT HILLSVILLE COURT HOUSE
First Interview With One of Transgressors in Bloody Raid
Given by Him. r
Houston post 5frcaJ.)
HIXaLSVILUK. Va. March J2. Sidn.
Edwards talked freely tonight.
"I know nothing of th cause of the
court ho ob shooting" he said. "When I
walked Into the court room I saw Uncle
Floyd jump up and say something. 1
could not hear what It was. Right twar
somebody began to shoot from about
Clerk Goad's desk but I don't know who
fired tn first shot. sawUnes Sidna
after ths sikoeting begs. I did aot sea
m txustna sst iot bretrjera- As -socta as
the court house and tosdTaf the bt5t-
tom of the steps.
"I saw Uncle Sidna snd Mr. Goad shoot-
ing at one another. After it was over I
got my mother's horse and rode home.
Before I left I saw L'ncle Floyd on a
horse snd then I saw him lying on the
ground. If he had been able to ride we
WILL NOT HAMPER
Taft and Cabinet Decided That Food
Stuffs Are Not Munitions
(Associated Press Report.!
WASHINGTON". March 23 The United
States will not Interfere with legitimate
exporlatlons of foods clothing dry kooiIs
nnd hardware to Mexico. President Taft
and his cabinet today decided that such
nei eanities did not come within the mean-
ing of tlie president's proclamation for-
bidding the exportation of "munitions of
war" during' the Mexican revolution.
The question of permitting dynamite
and other explosives to go from this
country to Mexico for use by smelting
and mining companies was referred to
Attorney General Wirkersham.
Collectors of customa in the Southwest
and merchants at Kl Paso raised the
ouestlnn A-hether food stuffs and clothing
were Included In the broad phrase "mu-
nitions of war." on which tne president
placed an embargo. The collectors were
Instructed bv the treasury department
tonight not to Interfere with ordinary
commercial shipments of foods. cMUIng
dry goods and hardware.
BACK FROM SOUTH
Members Declared They Had Seen
Nothing of Captain Robert
(Associated Press Report.)
WELLINGTON. New Zealand. March
f-12. The Japanese Antarctic expedition
returned here today. They report having
seen nothing of the British expedition of
Captain Robert Scott.
The Japanese 'reported all on board the
Hainan Maru weU. They were engaged
chiefly in coastal exploration on King Ed-
Special Dispensation Allowed
(Attoctated Preit Report.)
CARACAS. March 22. With the capi-
tal In holiday attire. Secretary of Stale
Knox arrived here at 11:20 a. m. and waa
accorded the greatest popular welcome
given him during his tour of the Latin-
This afternoon Mr. Knox waa received
at the palace by Prealdent Oosnea. To-
night a dinner was given In his honor.
The archbishop of Caracas has granted
a special dispensation- permitting Catho
lics to oisregara tne seeping oi ijeni aw
ing the secretary visit ana
they war la rf back to the fan can-
ferenea. Tha aenfarenee dompoeed
ef slxty-faur mee"drsr. f.r tws daya had .
hs.rd th.' (teraand from misters and h.d
failed to agree.' The whole dispute than
had been rofeitsd. ta she sub-committee.
When the au-oanrmltU. mat tha miner
renewed theft -demand..
John P. WMtat areeldent ol the United
Mine Workara told th. commltteat
'Condltlana " ara such that ths coal
mlnsra Of thl eeuntry c.nnot with thslr
prssent pay liva Uka th.y ought to llva.
They are Not par with othsr labor
snd we will not continue to work) aftsr
April 1 wish aur pr.nt psy and long
working hours. Jf aur demand are grant-
d we will go right sn without s eUspsn-
.Ion i If-they are iSen led or modified we
Th. eight operator replied that the de-
mande altogether wauM cam. a 20 p.r
c.nt Increase In 4 the pay roll and thst
this lncc.se was net warranted by the
present earning sower of th. mln.a
A vote showed the mln.r. unanimous In
thslr rejactiqri of the comproml...
The poet pen. m.wt followed a conviction
expr.ss.tf by both side that an agree-
ment at this time was impossible.
All of th thirty-two operator left for
th.lr homea tonight but th.y announced
th.y would return here Tuesday. Th.
mln.r.' policy Committee I. to meet here
Monday to eonslder the wag. dispute ef
ths anthracite mln.rs.
woul4 have taken him away with as. I
saw tny brother Wesley on the roa4 and
that afternoon I saw Unci. Sidna at his
store I haaa'nerer seen any of them or
heard tell of anything about them since.
I stayed at home until Sunday .and had
started to. a! nelcbbor's when l saw the
officers. I was In plain view from th.
road. and they could have taken me then
but X did not go back home eca use I
heard the officers had orders to shoot 11
a 'm on aicki." I went about and lived
thav bast I etntfd tiiitU. ha! f.;raft
ihvm Isfetlaal'-.fctiht' aw..giin:a;fJ rzrrTZZ?
trying to keep from being arrested "
. It Is understood the witnesses before
the grand Jury which returned the Indict-
ments testified that Bldng Edwards hand-
ed a pistol' an the court house green to
Sidna Allen to enable th. latter to "n-
ttnua his pistol duel with Clerk Qoad.
AS CARS COLLIDED
More Than Thirty Injured in Wreck
on Traction Line Near Fort-
(Associated Press Repert.i
FORTV1LLE. Ind. March 22. -Two
persons were killed and more than thirty
injured many seriously tonight when
two crowded cars on the Indiana Lnlon
Traction company's line collided Just
west of this place.
The vestibules of both cars were
jammed In. crushing the life out of botn
motormen. Short circuits of heavily-
charged wire and overturned heaters set
fire to the wreckage. While some of the
least Injured gave attention to the safety
of the Injured others stifled with the
odor of seared flesh attempted to reach
the bodies of the two motormen. It was
almost Impossible to search the smoking
compartments nnd it Is feared other per-
sons mav have been burned to death.
Soon after the collision twenty-three
persons had been laid on the froreti
ground where they reeled under over-
coats and wraps furnished hy companions
while waiting for a rallef train. Officials
of tbe traction line can not account tor
GENERAL NOBLE IS
DEAD IN ST. LOUIS
Secretary of Interior Under Harri-
son Also Was Distinguished
Soldier and Lawyer.
(Associated Pratt Ustpart.)
ST. l.OL'18. March 22. General John
W. NohU who was secretary of the In-
terior In President Harrison's cabinet
died here this afternoon. .He had been
sick a month
FOR AGED WOMAN
Being Treated as Daughter She
Said Brought Her $55 for Her
(Mutes Pajl Special.)
ST. LoriS March 22. Miss Mary
Cropsy M years of age of Plalnsfteld.
111. testified today at tne trial of K. U.
Lewis the University City proprietor
that he had appealed to Francis V. Put-
nam the treasurer of Lewis' enterprises
to "treat her as he would his own daugh-
ter'' in handling $1000 she sent Lewis for
She said alt she got of her investment
was til Interest.
English Minimum Wage Bill Passed
Committee Stage After Asquith
Befitted Miners' Demands.
(AsrtCMUd Prtu Report. I
IrDNDON March 13 The government's
minimum wage bill. Introduced by Pre-
mier Asuulth In an endeavor to bring
about a settlement of the coal strike
passed the committee Stage at 1-0 o'clock
thla morning practically In its original
form. Nearly all the amendments sub-
mitted had been withdrawn or defeated.
Whether the bill will ever reach the
statute books Is questionable for It Is
not unlikely that a conference of mine
owners and miners called by Mr. Asquith
for Monday will result in an agreement
rendering the bill unnecessary. In this
case the measure might be withdrawn.
It Is believed labor leaders having failed
to Induce the government to define in the
bill the minimum rates to be paid under-
ground workers would prefer a settle-
ment without legislation.
It Is clear the strike movement Is
weakening and the men are anxious to
return to -work. The attitude of the
leaders Friday was In strong contrast to
the spirit of defiance previously shown.
The situation however changes so rap-
idly that nothing concerning the strike
can be predicted.
Refused Miners' Amendment.
Premier Asquith In the hous. of com-
mons this afternoon refused to accept the
miners' demands for an amendment to the
minimum wage bill providing a minimum
of ).K and 50 cents as the dally wage
for ma and boys respectively.
The house of commons had Just entered
upon the committee stage of the mini-
mum wage hill when' the miners' amend-
ment was moved and Premier Asqulth's
pronouncement the gravity of wnicn was
immediately recognised because It is
practically certain to bring about an-
other deadlock caused a sensation.
In opposing- the miners' amendment
the premier said he was Inclined to think
tbe figures reasonable but that It was
moat undesirable to Insert In the bill any
'specific minimum wag. or to establish
th. precedent of fixing the rate of wages
by act of parliament.
Labor Leader Bitter.
Ramsay McDonald leader of the labor
party bitterly accused the government
6f banging' the door In their faces. He
announced that the miners were willing
to waive the Inclusion of their schedule
rates 1n tha kill if the minimum- imta of
t.S 4 WWr?era l"en.
morgan declared that uniesa tn. aue
(Continued on Page Two.)
BUT a Looking Glass is not responsible for whzt its reflecj
tion shows. Winter has a deteriorating effect on every one. i
dVen WUCrC lilt t-llllldlC
v-tr Un trip tnrth
If vou have fcen wearing
hardly blame your Looking
ot. . -
llirOW away y u u i vti ti.r.c.. a . . v. - ---
color on if it is only in your neckties and your shirts. Step
Glass to bring back a new man within the next twenty-four
lurn to tne real nve news
ari nortci aa u iiihii wilii a oiin.sk
Advertising News. See what kind ol ciotnes are oeing worn mis upnug. otuujr iuq .vwyer;(
new lasts in shoes. Find out about the new patterns in shirts. Do you know that one
great manufacturing firm alone pays its head designer twenty thousand dollars a yekr just j
to think up new attractive
. . ii ; ii..
tne greaieoi siunuw m nno
mi x : . .
for the past three montns. now caeca uie spirn ui mo now
old garden has begun to bloom. And it's certainly time
robin has been all fussed up for a month and practically
want a common bird to beat a man.
u'0 rp ahrmiHJ. The storv of stv e is secona nature xo mem. iney nT oeen -
!...; ti.A atrtrAR for ttfemlcM
his clothes. He'd wear his
make him ashamed. He's got to be taken literally to the edge and pushed off.
Turn to the advertising pages now. See what is being worn and go wear it
; .ofUvinrr th tut and no huv it Look at the little ads aa well as the big ones.
email merchant has fine taste
isn't an advertisement you can afford to overlook. For
just the very thing that will make you come back looking
grinning into your Looking
NEW FEATURE AS TO
Passed by House Has Strict Requirements
as to Terminal Facilities.
MAINE HEROES TO
BE BURIED TODAY
Arlington Cemetery Will Beceive
Remains of Sailors With Im-
Clwwtatrd Prist Rsf'l).
WASHINGTON. March M. The re-
mains of the heroes recovered from th.
wrecked battleship Maine in Havana har-
bor will be laid to rest at Arlington to-
morrow. President Taft and Rev. Father
Chadwlck. who waa the Maine's chaplain
at the time of the explosion will deliver
addresses at the ceremonies.
Immediately after the conclusion of the
services an army battery stationed at
the Washington monument will begin fir-
ing twenty-one minute guns.
At the graves the services will be con-
ducted by Rev. Father Chadwlck Chap-
lain Bayard an the Spanish war vet-
erans. After "taps" and firing of three
volleys of-musketry by marines another
army battery at the Arlington cemetery
will boom a saints of twenty-one guns.
President Gomes of Cuba today cabled
tha navy department that he had dele-
gated Senor Rlvero the Cuban minister
here to act" as his personal representa-
tive at the ceremonies. Secretary of the
Navy Mayer today addressed a special
Invitation to that official.
(The navy department today began the
distribution to the officer of the Ill-fated
ship their personal property which waa
taken from the wreck during tbe recent
operations. These Include a variety of
articles from swords to shaving mass
tooth brushes and pipes.
TWO AHMED XEJT CAPTTJBED.
Iron Workers Terrorised Passengers
- at St. Joseph Mo.
lAssoctmted Presi Refrl.)
ST. JOSEPH Mo. March l.Jrwo
armed men who had terrorised passen-
gers Oh Burlington train No. U from
Kansas City were captured by polios of-
ficer after a bard fight In. the etaeJs eas-
ts tha train draw Infe'tha Union depot
here tonight. They gave their nasnea aa
Dun and John Ray and 11 years a age.
J.rnivTnerlB aiat? flflld; 'J
velvars and a quantity of
were taken from the men.
aaaaoa aeeeaoaea a aaesaso
the Days When
Man Is Ashamed
By J. R. HAMILTON
iO UUl Olllt llfftlOf 2vtwss v aasa. .
and when all thincs are at the ehh of life.
your winter clothes clear into
Glass for crying out against the sacrilege. SM'f
awav in henw woolen s lone enough. Get out of them now. !
t l tUn fWtmsttlai
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me reat siyw ucwa m imo
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patterns in fabrics for the pleasure ol your eyes wnat does
i.ix iL. a. ai: l fJi"..'
nxa oi-.mt t c nnnmoran Trumir
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n n . n a sr . n o n la I1T0 nil
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already. But the average
winter-suit clear into July if
in style and a wonderful capacity for choosing welLThere '
Glass nke a Cheshire wot. .
ATTENTION PAID TO
Secretary of War Authorized "
EVEN BREAK FOR THE
Officials Must Ascertain Wiethe .
Terminals Are Open to TJse by ;
All Water Carriers on jfe ji
BY W. S. GABOv.." .'!'4.J5 :.
Houston Post Staff Correspondent.: ;
WASHINGTON Msrch 2. WhetAer IV
he the example which Texas' ha set fn
the matter of permitting navigation dig-
trlcts to aid the government in construct-' -ing
waterways and harbors or whether
It Is because the rivers and harbors com-
mittee of the house of representatives un
der democratic rule has decided that )ere-
after useless appropriations of money
In the form of "pie" for communities on
streams that offer little opportunity for
Improvement shall be eliminated certain
It la that new provisions incorporated In
tha rivers and harbors bill now pending;
In Congress will cause many localities to
sit up and take notice. ' '
Cltiee located on rivers In Texas fa
well as elsewhere throughout the coun-
try may under the terms of tha pending
bill be compelled to show'; their good
faith tn asking oongroaaloBal appropria
tions by constructing proper terminals
and giving assurance that eommeroe will
have ample and unrestricted opportunity
to utilise the waterways and channels
tha federal govern mast is being asked to
construct. w ." . V.'
Houston's favorable Impression '
In tha case of tha city of Houston H
has bean proved beyond auestlon ithat
rr.nch ejf tha favorable oonslderatkm ahich
was given to her ship channel waa due
to the (act that tbal dty had purchased
large timet of ground upon- wtileh to
arect wfuurvosed ad provided fcrlettuait
lantaai I siaMaal all). am -hoi -
I anteed through municipal owned wharvea
that alt shinning- woold ba accord 4 the
freest use of the ohaanel. t Tha silpa -for .
this glorious spring you can
Trvt ttnnr tmrtva. Pnt a Tiff 1a
j j - t - .
in and promise that Looking'
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rmvH iwmii suifww filii iiiij air jhul
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nvo ouim. uivu jyuviinj
for you to blossom out.'' The ;
engaged long ago
a ve . uvu . a "
man is slow when it comeaitcht
something or somebody did not.
somewhere m these columns is
like a Superman M& 'n& jfwt
. !YS' r ar
Jack AU.D Ala uncle on. o( tha A!-
them attended tha haaquet.
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