The Houston Post. (Houston, Tex.), Vol. 25, Ed. 1 Monday, April 19, 1909 Page: 2 of 12
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HOUSTON DAILY POST: MONDAY MORNING. APRIL 10 009.
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Try the New I. & G. N. Ser- n
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Thousands of Them Are Now Gath-
ered at Galveston.
vice to St. Louis and East
St. Louis Tomorrow
LOCAL COMMITTEES BUSY
Caring for the Visitors Who Come
From Every Section of Texas.
A Full List of the
The Only Line that Does It
Ticfcel Office 217 Main Phone 288 M. L. MORRIS Ageat
That best becomes you
that conforms to your
that fits is here in the
doth and style that you
lite best at the price
that suits you between
$15 and $37.50
lleinandcd t' -.at Immediate inMS'irM be
taken to restore order the A.Ur.a dls-
triet and f f.ni.-'i t!;. ri:.;'.. i lers for
the massacre. A :r...ti..n t ti.:s cifeit
Accordlm; t" ' '.at. s! r.-ws f-m
Adana the missionaries d mn dare to
tan the mission house Tr.ev are siif-
j faring from lark of rro :i..ns iwll-
IdDM and have sent an .tprv..l to the.
miliary authorities f -r pr- teuton. Ada-
sjb to still buntinc and it is roi-'-ie'l that
not less than t-rons are l.ome'.ess
Massacre of 2000 Reported.
ST. rETF.PsrU R'-.. Air:! :. Advt.-es
the Russ fr.T.- Te'.eran ropTt a mas-
sacre of : Persians ire'. ..lint- women
and children. hy the trit-esmen at Astra-
bad. There is no confirni itlon l.-rc of
tha massacre. hut the Russian t.-vern-imnt
Is ser. .nt a detachment cf troops
to that pla. e.
The city of Astra'. ad in Persia re. .ntly
Vraa captured t.y rvvc:uunw'. -:.o -at-r
wore route. i hv ::: T:;'.":jn tr.li :ii.-n.
The Inhabitants of t..r tcwr at..'. i:.e sur-
roundlne villages took refute in trie Rus-
sian consulate hut a panic prevailed
.and a massacre is f.a;-. 1. The popula-
tion Of the t-ny 1 s JO.l Reports "f
: April 15 stated that three Russian cun-
boats had arrived a; Astiabad bay.
Missionaries' Deaths Confirmed.
i: - AsteitsttJ Vreu R.-fo'tJ
"WASHINGTON. Apr ;.-The state de-
- gietftinent today re. ei.ej a . ah.erain
from Minister Irishman at nM.ir.tiiio-
pt statlntr t.-a; t!.. situati-ii at Adana
to - mo..: . v ' 1 : - o
Americans who were k:
TJsasjrer and Roirers. hut
baa not yet leaine-l air.
pertinent lias ..ahle-l Mr
pressing anx.etv a
American missc n.ir-.-
Turkey and in- urn.i; wi
are being sent to M- r ti
arer points to pr .t'
era. Including Am.-:inc-
m a r. y
n i tea- . . i s in
: or .vt 1 : 'nn-
...vs of f. reii.-!-
The ambassador has
forme 1 aiso
fjy the department if
tOUalT take too i- n: f r Ari.an ' o-
aeaa to arrive at ti.os points een if
It were desirable to s-r.d ; to afford
refuse and assistan. e :f r.e. e.-sary.
FEDERATION WOMEN'S CLUBS.
Fifth District Meeting Is to Be Held
V-'r at Victoria.
k YICTORIA. Texas. .Apr'.! The pro-
eTram for the meet:r.s of the Pifth l.s-
trlct Federation of w .ner. s tV.l.s i.as
been publishc h T;.e n.e. ...tn- here
Yueaflay ever.i-. -May 4. ..! Mrs. J It
IMbrell of See .n. t;.e S'. : pr-sid. t.t.
will deliver a messatre. -!-s I-e J..seph
of Cnero the .listti. t i :..-. !. r.: in . .ie-
ilver an address ::- .-an. c The
teoewention wii! open t;.e wv.'.neUy
-morning session at : o.j... an.i a pro-
cram has a-i.n.e.-a r ti.at dny
and for Thuts'.a- r .s.. TV r- is a ar.e-tjr-of
subjects to se .lis. -.s.-d. runninff
from pure food ar.d h" .-... .1 e- m-.oiih-
U the way t" -lx.es S':mv. lore
fwyT' and "The c.-ib U' n.-m of j.c."
.A limber of the r.rer irarit ; it. women
from over tile State ; ;.. .;t j i j t)e
' Pale. Delicate Women end Girl.
The Old Standard trove's Tasteleai
nhlll Tonic drives out malaria and builds
p the ayatenu Kor grown people and
When You Think You're Brilliant Pet Your Stenographer's Opinion
" We work to the line on cold facts and figures as
- Founders and Machinists
HOUSTON CAR WHEEL & MACHINE COMPANY
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- Manufacturers of Ice Cream and Natural Fruit Ice a.
OF CRIMINAL ASSAULT MADE
AGAINST B. F. BADER.
Warrant Was Served on Accused in
County Jail. Where He Is
(Hmift Pen SltcWi.
i;?OK.stI?KK"K Texas. April 1 . An-
. tht-r sensation was sprung here this
aft. rn-xoi in connection with the Hade."
..us.- On Monday of lust week a com-
plaint was filed In the Justice court at
Thornton against H. F. Hader. hat-Ring
criminal assau't upon a little girl who.
It Is said. Is but i: years of ase.
This complaint alleged that the crime
was committed April 5. Under was ar-
restee by City Marsnal W.s Alston and
ion$:a.hle George Frown and brought to
Iroesbelo. k an. i placed in li e eounl ml.
where he Is still confined. The grand
'urv at ("otsicana. Navarro county. lelnK
in this judicial .lttn. t and which under
t . l.i has jurisdiction it Is sal.l. in-
vestitatci the case last week but It Is not
known lore whctier an indictment was
found or not.
t-.'tistable Gcorisf Urown arrived from
Thornton on the afternoon train today
lawns a warrant issued from the Justice
. art at Thornt. n. on a complaint made
!v M(ss Mvrtle Karmer which also
h arses H F. Hader with criminal as-
sault she being the oomp.auilng witness
she savs she was 16 ears of age last
The story of the last alleged assault as
tol.i The Post correspondent is that
the '.m!i of last month the young lady
went to Thornton arriving there on the
midnight train hunting some relatives
who it is said lived near Thornt. .n. Not
finding ar;v of lier relatives at the tram.
s..e mole some inquiries when the de-
fendant it is sal.l. offered to take her
t.. h. r relatives and the assault is alleged
li h.c.e been made
Tli. warrant was serve.! on Hader this
afl. rne .n in jal. by Sheriff Joi.n Prilcli-
ar.h llad.-r has empl.ocd some of the
best attorn.-vs here and at I'orslcana to
il.-fend him. and the case Is being watched
with inn-h Interest. I'p to date he has
n..t aske.l for an examining trial. If an
ln.li. tnient is found l.v the Navarro omin-
i t-rand .r the trial will be held m
( orsicana under the law. unless court
should adj.. urn there lfore this case Is
r ached In that evert the trial w ill be
t . .1 cere as tills is the next court til ne
1M in this Judicial district
open here June !11.
Doctors to Increase Fees.
1 n P.'JI Sfrcijl.)
VH'ToRIA. Texas. April li. The doc-
tots have agreed to double the price of
their charges for services rendered be-
ginning May 1. In a signed statement
thev hae set the rrice for a day visit
at 12 and It for night visits. Any visit
made between T p. ill. and 7 a. m. will
be a r.igi.t v isit obstetrical ases Jl.". and
i.-p and office consultation Jl and up.
The notice is signed by eleven physl-
ilar.s STATE MEDICAL SOCIETY.
Annual Meeting Is to Be Held at
Galveston Next Week.
ticnc- Fojr 5fiJ.'.)
GAI.VESToN Texas. April 1. The
forty-first annual meeting of the State
Medical Society Is announced to convene
In this city on the l'.th of next month.
The local committee announ.-es that It
Is anticipated that the event will t at-
tended by over lO'.'o members including
their ladies. A program consisting of
boat rides receptions and automobile
rld's has beer arranged to Inter .-ne the
li. urs of business.
The hoe of delegates will meet In the
university buildings and the general
meetings will be held at Si-'-ttisii Hue
i-athedml. An elaborate program has
been armncad. divided Into the follow-
ing sections: Pathology. State medicine
and puloi. hypUne. aurgerv. ophthalmol-
ogy op-logy rniuology and laryngology
psv. hology and medical Jurisprudence
g- n.-ral medicine nwol diabases of children
ar: 1 gvneco.oey and obsfetrlcs.
Mav or Ijin-les will deliver tli1 welooni-
It.te address on trf"half of the city and Pr.
M. I.. Graves r.n behalf of the Ga veston
C ::ntv Medical ..association. Pr. II. W.
'iniiui-gs of llirne will respsmd and
g;e ! is annua! address
Demanded by Pastors in Asheville
N. C Churches.
f Asscciated Press Rtpori.
APHKVIl.LK. N. C. April IS. Actinff
at the instan' e ff a resolution atlopteM
p.t li. h M inisters' aspor-iatlon of thi3 "lty
si jiiht t!'1 ministtrs of tho leading
i.;;n i.ft! t'M;iy lman'"lp a trl-t n-
f. T- pm-nt '.f thf- prohibtTion law and
s"rre of tl:ijii ' harKed t he city adminis-
tration wit: being ilerelKt in Its duty.
OUR WALL PAPER
df-pn rtTnfnt rontalns the r hottest selec-
tions of manv fctctorien. We have made
on lvim that make it poMnle for you to
pa pt-r vour rucrns b-a'iti fully and
at smn''; mat. We prefer that yoti call
a:d sre thm. It wl'A save mach
It's a pleasure to how you.
Houston Paint Go.
(Houston Poll Sftciol.t
GALVESTON. Texa-s. April U. -Judging
by the number of delegates and visit-
ing brothers and sisters of the Sons of
Hermann who are already In ths city
the attendance upon the fifteenth session
of the Grand Ixidge will be close on to
The committee consisting of the Grand
Lodge officers last night finished tha
work on their books and now all Is in
readiness for the formal opening of the
session which will take place tomorrow.
Commencing- with the first train of
this morning every train brought In its
load of delegates from all parts of ths
State. At fi'lS this afternoon the special
Hermannsohn train from San Antonio
arrived and on It was a Jolly crowd of
Texas Germans numbering between 300
RECEIVING THE PELEOATIOV.
Early this morning the local committee
of reception and arrangements got busy
and. establishing their headquarters at
the Hotel Texas located within one
Hock of the I'nlon depot the delegates
and their families as fast as they ar-
rived were met at the depot taken to
the registering committee their names
recorded and they were then loaded into
hacks street cars and In automobiles
and taken to the different hotels board-
ing houses and private residences where
they will stay during the session of the
As fast as the members registered the
committee in harge furnished them with
the official souvenir badges copies of the
programs and copies of printed circulars
glxing directions as how to find the
places of interest In and about the city.
A committee representing the sister lodge
of Galveston was on hand and the ladles
oi the party were taken in charge and
made at once to feel at home This la
the first convention which has taken
place In two years and naturally there
was a great greeting of old friends men
and women who had not seen each other
in a lapse of that length of time and all
around the hotel. In the lobby and on
the verandas were gathered groups talk-
ing over events that had happened and
the prospects for a most successful meet
ing of the present lodge.
RECEIVED VISITING OFFICIAI.S.
At the Hotel Koehler. where the Grand
Lodge officials have established their
headquarters. Grand President Rosenberg
and Grand Secretary Windlinger and the
other Grand Lodge officials held a recep-
tion receiving the officers of the lodges
as they arrived exchanging greetings
and talking over matters of Importance
connected with the session.
Following the noon hour many of the
members were taken in charge and by
the reception committee conducted over
the city in street cars. In carriages and
otherwise to give them the opportunity
of viewing the port. The ships In the
harbor the beach and all were Interest-
ing and nothing was overlooked.
At the Hotel Texas the large dining
hall had been spread with a choice lunch
consisting of the good things In which
the sons of the Fatherland delight In.
Around this table drinking toasts to the
Grand Lodge officers and to the success
of the convention were seen as jolly and
as contented a crowd of prosperous-looking
Texas citizens as has ever assembled
In the State.
LIS" OK DELEGATES.
Tl e following Is a complete list of the
delegates who are in attendance upon
the convention this list being but a small
part of the visitors to the city:
DELEGATES FROM BROTHER
Harmonia No. 1 Louis Ecknarf. Ernst
Dletzmann. Conrad Flaig. Theodore Mul-
ler. Charles Maiwald E. Kutschenreuter.
Eintracht No. '.-George Zerschauskjr
Taylor No. s. F. J. Fisher.
J'niink'.ii No. 4. Hugo Schmidt. George
G i eener.
Temple No. 5 H. G. Wlggers L. F.
Vorwa?rta No. 6. Henry Graote. Au-
Magnolia No. 7 F. H. Potthof J.
Remmel George Suntheln H. Hllden-
dahl. Dr. Eidmann.
Bismarck No. 8. F. Hein. George Kren-
gel. Widuklnd No. 9-H. E. Hlldebrand.
Bee Caves No. 10 Carl Beck.
Schiller No. 11 H. Miller. Fritz Schu-
mann. l.esstng No. 12 F. C. Schaffuer.
Weimar No. 13 O. Hilden.
Frelllgrath No. 14. -Charles Sengel-
mann. Rudolph Nordhausen.
Germanta No. 15. Anton Blttner.
Humboldt No. 1 Gustav Anton.
Schleicher No. 17. C. E. Juenger Gus
Goethe No. IS. R A. Wagner.
Moltke No. 19 Rich Waltersdorf. F. P.
Bluecher No. 20 Dietrich OthoM. Louis
Wagner. J. H. Huebner Joseph Kram
M. E. Wolters.
Teutonla No. 21. Peter Now-otnv.
I hland No. r Oscar Boehle. Hy Nuss
Charles Roessler. G W. 8chllepake.
Fritz Reuter No. 23 Ernst Schwethelm.
Pfeuffer No. 24. W. Woedenfeld Au-
gust S. Faltin.
Boerne No. 26 Paul Holekamp.
Wleland No. M. C. Krause.
Freundschaft No. 27 C. C. Gollmer.
Koerner No. 28. C. P. Vogelsang.
Cedar No. 29 George Tagnes.
Beethoven No. 30. H. L. Buenger.
Robinson No. 11. Henry Staas.
Slmering No 32 O. Rleoe O. Achtzehn
E. Monk. G. Frltsch.
Fort Worth No. 33 F. Zelichowsky
Freikelt No 34. E. ISerkert.
Cherusker No. 35 K. R Werner.
Arnlm No. 36. Gustave Thuen. Gustave
Thusnelda No. 37 Theodore Bendt. Ed-
win Eberhard Pr. William Mevers.
Hecker No. 3S H. Mauderfeld.
Geblrgs No. . J. B Wenmohs.
Manor No. -Joe P Meier.
Fredericksburg No 41 Rich Braentl-
gan. Max Wahrmund
Jul. Srhuetze. No. 42.-E. P. Werner.
Pestalozzi No. 43. Theo. Buehrlng
Texas No. 44 L Weete. A. SehoMndt.
Comal No. 45 -F. Hampe.
Golf No. 4. John Lutz. Henry Kaiser
G L. Bohn. Hohn Koebbel.
Hvffhauser No. 47 -Marten Hanson.
Kaiser FTeldrlch No. 48 Fritz Gebert.
Henrlch Heine No. 49 Rud. Habencht.
Frohsln No. 50 Julius Hausen.
Swiss Alp No. 61 T. J. Korther.
Bastrop No. 62 Gus Vogler.
Rueckert No. 53. H. Heuske.
Glddlngs No. 64.-W. E. Schubert.
Msetze No. 56 Rudolf R. Bayer.
Elgin No. M Louis Bassist.
Wichita Falls No. 67 Ernst Ootze.
Ziethen No. 68 August Krause.
Mazart No. 6. Hermann Thar. Dr.
Mason No.60.-CarI Boguach.
Buschthsl No. 1 William Henk.
Warthburg No. 2. Max Goldmann.
Torke Creek No. 3.-Albert Voss.
Lockhart No. 64. Ernst Strandtmann.
Barbarossa No. .-E. W. Hollje.
Columbia No. . Charlea Spies. Wil-
liam Lagerahausen. Val Krusz. J. Bin-
Cleveland No. 7. Ed Hunke.
Bemvllle No. E. E. JungmlcheU
Rich Wagner No- 69. Aur. Appermann.
ut.ahiri Na. To GeoraA Duve.
Fernando No. 71. Frank Tondre.
k Victoria No. 71 tumne nuss n. ax.
BHchhola. Bd Vogt. Jacob Weif.
(Kaunas ito. a- uwi"
C. J. Von Bosenberg
'uiitnuji jo suog jo japjo ail) ;o
)Upiwaa Pusjo XJ -eHuBJO VI JO
Aschbacher No. 74. Alf Hartmann.
.Maxwell No. 75 Otto Pfefferkorn.
Hcltoes No. 76. W. H. Braiin.
Portschrltt No. 77 Paul Hauor.
Heinth No. 78. William Wen.lt.
Hugo Becker No. 79. Chrlstoph Plesa.
Werder No. 80 F. Ilensel.
Frlee Klapp No. 81. Otto Schmook.
Seco No. 82 Charles K. I.uckcnbach.
Llndenau No S3. Hermann Currlin.
ArneckcNllle No. 84. K. Sauer.
GtN.rge Kramer No. 85. Kmile Mueller.
Rich Sevdler No. 86. William Kupers.
FA Campo No. 87. Heinrich Heneker
l.uling No Vi. D. C. Munster.
Siegfried No. 89. Emlle Wun.lcrlich.
P. G. I.udwig No. 90. II. Toeuys.
Ine Star No. 91. Otto 1. Iinianu.
Terrand No. 92. Carl Schildei.
Concoredla No. 93 Frank Ei. hler.
Gei-turno No. 94. Henrv S. hncivc.
(iileto No. 96. W. Trautircin
pessauer No. 96. R. P I.un.lsschen.
1'iairie No. 97. Louis lleyei
Greenvlne No. 98 George K... hncr.
Brian No. 99 August Prinzel
Jubel No 100. R. Stiuwe
Abilene VI. -R. E. Hlllger.
Germantown No. 102. Elbe Maver.
Klaus Grothe No. 101 F. Alber. ht.
Casper Real No. 104 A. W Engel.
Aufwaerts No. 106 C. H Lander
Aid. Kypfer No. 106.-Frltz Kraft.
Gluckauf No. 107 Ben K. i In
Gruenauer No. 108. A. K. Ili. hholz. M.
Runge No. 109. Alfred Tips.
t'lmen No. 110. Hermann Mailer.
Triumph No. 11. Karl Khihai.lt.
Fruhlings No. 112. Sam I c. nicker
Ch.errv Spring No. 114. otto Marschall.
"..'iz Von Berllchlng No 11.: August
Anhaltlner No. 115 H. Naue-t
J.iliunn Sahm No. I14.-J..seph Mater.
Kreva No. 117. Dleterlch o-ts
Gustav Freltag No. 118.-J. II Ad. licks.
Fort una No. 119. John Hes
William Neese No. 120. -John F. Kasper.
McPade No. 121. C. H Klemin
Blech No. 122. Ed A. Matewusky.
Se.lan No. 123 Adolph Fet'ers.
Eichenlaub No 124. M. Ma is
Marhach No. 128. Albert Iliac
Nlederwald No. 126. W. J. Wendebom.
Prlnz Carl No. 127. Charles K nibble.
Central No. 128. E. Goeth
Waller No. 129 H. J. Bo. tt. l.er.
Bartlett No 130 Gustav Jesse
Rockdale No. 131. Theod. u e Waller.
Hoffujg No. 132. Henry guebe.
Rheim No. 133. Gustav Bahnert.
Rheim No 133. Wilhelm Tctt.
Deutsche Hauern No. I.H G. Benad.
Prlnz Solms No. 136. Henry Kabelma-
cher. S. hanhorst No. 137. Joseph Nleellch.
Twin Sisters No. 138 Richard Klappen-
Salado No 133. August Stelnbrlnk.
I'ameron No. 140. s. Wohlleb.
Marlin No. 141 Tliec Lizirr.
Brushy No. 112 Juli as Becker.
Stern No. 143. Wilhelm Muehlmer.
Winters No. 144 R. Ilenniger.
Hunters No. 145 otto Soechtlng.
I'lrich Von Hutten Nn 146. John Marx.
Hohenstaufer No 147 Julian Stapper.
Coshatte No. 14s. Ainrust Timme.
Thornhlll No. 149. Fritz Doehne.
Heinrich No. 18n.-L. Fuelberg.
Round Top No 151 -Hrnst Franke.
Runtersville No. 15-- leorge Hasler.
Needllle No. 1;1. II. Nackstedt.
Cistern No. 15.7.. Paul Rietz.
Paige No. 154. I.oms Kunschlck.
Lexington No. 15.;. Louis Gest.
Converse No. 157. Franz Slehold.
Hackberry No. lM. W illiam Buske.
Wrangel No. 159. Hen Rnmm.
l'nentwegt No. Ji. i ;ustav Anton.
Windhorst No. I'll. August Giesen.
HiMhold No. 1.I2.-P A Hartmann.
I.utzow No. 1; p. Hartung.
Berlijer No. 164-I....ns H. Molts.
Walhalla No. li-llusn ScheffeC
William Wahrm in I No. 106. )skar
Santa Clara No. I". John Schuahel.
Andreas Hofcr No h - Theo. Werner
Alex Fly ring. J. K. H-:n
Alamo No. 169. H. N.oischuetz A. Hoh-
rath. Galveston No 17".-E T. Lekehusch.
'eser No 171. Chat ! Glelsenrr. t
Freld I.udwig No 172. Paul Mecr-
sclieidt. Helvetia No. 173. -J ST.ll.
Anton V.'enzel N. lit Heinrich Dein-
Ir.ger Paul Machts. Jrc oh Wolfrath Otto
William Tell No. 177. -Henry Henke. D.
oesterrirch No. lei J.. Vaujuro.
San Angelo No. 17 Joh.n Clerber.
Washington No 17- W illiam Buck.
Holland No. 17!. -A. I ilershach.
I.avernla No. IS" I 'ntz Sterbenow.
S. huchard No. 1M - A C Coers.
Vlr. how No. 182.- H.-nrv Stahl.
Berlin No. 187. otto Kh-ke.
Strasshurg No. In. - F. Staff.
Schelby No. lsrt Hermann Seeliger.
t 'lel.urhe No. 187. Os ar Muller.
N'ord Elm No lsv - Ed Kosell.
Wunder No. lD.-G Ascher H. Pott-
Hurra No. 190. (Jtto Furk.
Aokerl.au No. 191.-11. A p'uehs.
Paul Kurger No. 1'..' . "arl Schlefelbin.
Muehlenburg No. 19:i. -William Boermer.
Hosebud No. 194 J. J Meier H. Ernst.
Wahlersee No. in:. - A l.evermann.
Forest No lli - .Mali
Lehenselchen N" 1:7
Anker No. K'V l.)s.j
Hermanns No llfi 1
Gl. ria' No. ;it K I'
RIo Grande No. ar.j
S. nleswlg H. dsten
1 .onls Se.hwerg.
a ii llashke.
No. 202. Oscar
S- hvi arz.
ot-lne No. 20:1 R. Wohlfahrt.
"hengrin N'i 2'"4 -Fred Runge.
New Blelau No. 205. -August Dahse.
Gemuthllchkeit Nu. 2is Henry Nam-
ken. Schertz No. 209 -Wlllie Triesch.
Neujahrs No. 210. 'arl Meinhold.
-Miles No. 211. J. A. Malechek.
Goliad No. 212 Otto Hausen.
Karnes No. 213. otto Buch.
Friedrlch Wilhelm No. 214. J. A. Blaise.
K G. Schaupp No 215 Julius Vorpahle.
Rowena No. 216 -F Ulumentrltt.
Stamford No. 217. -J. 11. Hllpold.
Augusta No. 218 Hermann Schulx.
Fischer Store No 219. F. Keoh.
Detmold No. 220 Hermann Roepke.
Hempstead No. 221. -J. c. Ampler. .
Glen Flora No. 222. -Fred Tengler.
Bexar No. 223. -Carl Hens.
Gordon No. 224 Hermann Suden.
Alpen No. 225. G. P.lohnn.
Ben Wlgand No. 226. -Wilhelm Haak.
Grassmeyer No 227 Plus Pausewang.
Sagerton No. 228. Theodore Bcharff.
Brandenburg No. 229 August Hecht.
Port Lavaca No. 231 F.la Ehlinger.
P.oosevelt No. 232 J. J Range.
Knlppa No. 233 Rolf Halzen.
Paul Vogt No. 234. J. H. Bourgeois.
Burlington No. 236. August Stretcher.
Hondo No. 236. Joseph L. Fohn.
Elchebhalm No. 237. Louis Wlestruck.
Plum No. 238. Joseph Legler.
Langhammer No. 239 A. A. Vlreck.
LongwoVth No. 240 Hy. Bohluter.
Paint Creek No. 241. F. W. Zelisko.
Lott No. 242. 1'rban Seell.
Bernardo No. 24S Charlea Bock.
Wm. Oldenburg No. 244. Joseph Eng-ler.
DELEGATES TO SISTER LODOES. '
Kalaera Auguste No. 1.-Fraiik Heln-
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A HOME PRODUCT
Made by the best skilled mechanics of the best material
at our Stove and Range Works at SOUTH HOUSTON
TEXAS. To introduce these excellent Stoves and Ranges
to the public we will sell at auction to the highest bidders
100 Stoves and
of our own make Sale to begin at 10:30 a. m.
Tuesday April 20th at our sample room 910
Franklin Avenue. Houston Texas. All our Stoves and
Ranges are guaranteed. They draw well bake well
cook well and do not crack with the heat. Come early and
select the stove you want then buy it at your own price.
South Houston Stove
& Foundry Co;
Warehouse and Salesroom 910 Franklin Houston Texas
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Thusnelda No. 2. Alex KUttkt Me Da-
mile. Ixiulse Schuetse No. 3. Joseph Schero.
John Hoff. Ferdnaneb Pasche.
Edelweiss No. 4. Charles Heine Frits
Germania No. 5 Daniel Ankele.
Kuerstln Bismark No. 6. Paul Martin.
Brundhllde No. 7. Henrlch Meyer An-
Immergruen No. 8 Julius Schwetze.
llertna No. 9. John Hiniyxa.
Kornblumen No. 10. Carl Franke.
Vergtsstneinnlcht No. 11. William
Prlnzessln No. 12. Carl Roper.
l.oelle No 13. C. Mallaender.
Johanna No. 14 F. A. Homeyer.
Vlneta No. 15. A. L. Ludwlg.
Carnlo No. 16. G. A. Zwahr.
Koenigln Louise No. 17 H. Orts.
Krave No. 19. August Graeb.
Malglockshen No. 20.-Theo. Werner.
1 ortuna No. 21 August Hotmann.
Columbia No. 22 Wolf Hecht.
Elsa No. 23 Rud Gess.
Frauen Flelss No. 24 -Otto Pfelffer.
Alpen No. 25. Joe Dinger.
Vellchen No. 26 Ernst Mayer.
"acile No. 27 August Dordrltz.
Dorroeschen No. 28.-0. Dahlgruen.
Frohllekelt No. 29 Anton Wolf.
Comfort No. 30 Alex Brinkmann.
Rosen No. 31. leop Wolf.
Mallllien No. 32 Karl Stretch.
Liberty No. 37 Rodt Berndt.
Eichenlaub No. 34 Albin Hummel
John F. Kasper.
Maria Stuart No. 37 Charles Dwarsky.
Sonnenheln No. 36. Carl Blum.
Karlsbad No. .17. Theo Portele.
Marlitt No. 38. Paul Weise.
Mogenstern No. 39 Carl Sehntf ilbeln.
Krledens No. 40 Ellm Pemskorn.
Marlon No. 41. Carl R. Ruedrick.
Torktown No. 42. F. M. Brammlg.
oleander No. 43 John Elsenbrolch.
Rosenduft No. 44. John Strauss.
Frelkelts No. 45. William Schaarylose.
Schertz No. 46. Henry Schueler.
I.lllv Gorth No. 47. Aug. Juengermann.
Fruhlings No. 48 Ernst Haag.
Frohslnn No. 49 Anton Thormarhlen.
Oster LllUe No. 50 r-J. Koehn.
San Marcos No. 51 William Glesrn.
Malgreen No. 52. Gus Vogler.
U'laA Rose Kn T.3. -Henrlch Hense.
Freundschaft No. 54. Tke Grlesenbeck. j
Sonnenbluen No. aa Julius Menke.
Kvle No 56 Rlciard Weber
Moltke No. S7. C. L. Boethel.
Fortschrltt No. 68. C. T. Schawe.
Cederheln No. 7.9. Andr. Braune.
Deutsche Hausfrau No. 60. Dr. A.
Kurten No. 61 H. F. Prinzel.
Rosmarln No. 62. Rorbert Seeling.
Lorbeeren No. 63. G. J. Bohnenkamp.
Jasmen No. 64. A. W. Beneker.
Wllhelmine No. 65. Hy. Waltschles.
Elnlgkelt No. 66 H. A. Zepplln.
VON DER VERSA MALI'NG.
The official badge of the convention is
a ribbon in the colors of the German
flac On this Is printed the date of the
convention the name of the lodge and
the emblem of the order. These are being
distributed to the members of the brother
lodges. For the ladles a neat bow of red
w hile and blue ribbon tied Into a similar
bunch of ribbons of ihe German flag has
been provld-"d. These official badges are
supplemented by others provided by local
firms and business houses.
Everything In Galveston Is German to-
day and a person unfamiliar with that
language Is lost.
At the Surf bath house where the con-
vention will take place the decorative
committee has done its work well and
transposed the place Into a bower of
beauty with flags and bunting and with
All over the city the merchants .have
entered Into the spirit of the occasion and
have decorate4 their windows with flags
and with cards of welcome announcing
In the words of the mother tongue the
city's welcome to Its guests.
Dr. Bunnemeyer of the weather bureau
states today that conditions look most
favorable for fair weather for the open-
Showing that the spirit of Americanism
prevails In all breasts and that the Na-
tional game is not overlooked there was
In attendance at the ball' game a large
crowd of the delegates and the moat ar-
dent rooters for the 8s n Antonio team
were the delegates from Bexar county.
The ships In harbor flying the German
flag were today decorated Tn gala- colors
and the officers and crew kept open
house nil day receiving delegations of
visitors and showing them over the
Prominent among the reception commit-
tee this morning wars a number ot ctty
officials and government officials whs
added their welcome to the visiting hosts.
SEVNTH DISTRICT B'NAI B'RITH
Dannt-nbaum Was Elected Second
(.4.t-ceci'jfe Press Retort.
NEW ORLEANS. April IS The seventh
division of the Order of IVnai B'rlth. com-
prising the States of Louisiana. Texas
Arkansas. Oklahoma. Tennessee. Mlssls-
Henry J. Dannenbaum.
slppl. Alabama and Florida. In annual
convention here elected the following
officers today i Charles J. Haas. Mem-
phis Tenn. president; E. R. Bernstein
Shreveport La. first vice president;
Henry J. Dannenbaum. Houston Texas
second vice president; Levi Pfelster Lit-
tle Rock Ark. treasurer; Nat Strauss
New Orleans. La. secretary; Leo
Schwartz Mobile Ala. sergeant at arms.
COUGHS AND COLDS
Smith's Cough Elixir
IS GUARANTEED to stop chronic and
recent coughs and colds bronchitis
hoarseness loss of voice and all dis-
eases of the throat and lungs.
Smith Drag Co. and Wilbusl Dm? C).
BANK & TRUST CO.
Invites' Deposit Accounts
W'e solicit thp dpposlt of idle money.
RavlnR and trnst funds of individuals
corporations unit rsti.tos iion certificates
of dopoFit whit h ! Hr 4 per t ent Interest.
Pepin with us today.
HOUSTON LAND &
Cbsiierccf 1875 Wilhoot Bank'ml P.-ivl'.s !
Main and Franklin
Capital and Surplos $500000.00
I am Opportunity
But say young; man
Don't wait for mc
To come to you;
You buckle down
To win your crown.
And work with head
And heart and hands.
As does the man
That those who wait.
Expecting some reward from fate
Or luck to call it so
Sit always in the 'way-back row.
A checking or savings account
with thia bunk is an Opportunity
that will make for your good.
W. E. Richards Pres.
F. W. Vaughan Cashier.
Hugo V. Neuhaus
Houston - Texas
LITHOGRAPH IN 3
306 Franklin Ave.
Obtained on Inventions. Information free
Writs for booklet on patents.
JOHN M. SPELLMAN
Registered U. . Pstent Attorney
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