The Houston Post. (Houston, Tex.), Vol. 24, Ed. 1 Monday, June 8, 1908 Page: 3 of 10
The following text was automatically extracted from the image on this page using optical character recognition software:
4. ' -
a. a. a. a. my.
.Grud Ceato Depot Anise I
fie. IS... Sl8t. 1
Grand Central Beset Arrive.
SilSajn. No. iH.. 8:4 foe.
4:18 ml No. 884.. ll is-av
Grand Control Dnat.
nu No. in.. )t
nuw No. m.. ai
4eV. Soiulatv rmU Al 1 IvO.
m. . fiNio. No. 1T4.. 8:48-S.
ITT.. l-aeAM a.. m a. seas..
Car to Sabrook and La Porto.
S:lSeov. Arrive.... ;
(See Aataoio. CorpmCorioti an4 KstTeineJ
orano Lentrsi Depot. tunum
S:SSe.a. No. T.T. . TiM-
:Mml No. 4....SlSeA.
G C 8. P. ft. K.
St Louio f u-Wyi
Grand Control Dr..l
: Ol am.
w ----- ru- BtiMM.
... f:S4a.m. Ar 18 s
Galveston Trains Daily.
... l:Nu. Ar IiNmi
... f:44am. Ar IiMoA
... I: 44 p.m. Ar. : M fM.
Additional Sunrlay Specials.
Ar 8: SSaJa
n. m. Ar 11: SO O.BX
8; W p.m.
VmOj tic.pt Sunday! "
H. E. W. T ft. ft.
Grand Control Depot Anton
iMubTMo. 177.. SrdSase.
fiSs.ta. No. I lt .
M.. K. A. T.
Lmto ML K. T. Depot ita
ge. ....le:S4p.m. No. 1
No. 8.... IiMoa
No. a.... fim
sad S art ta traia boloton
' Aatooio known aa the Alsise BpoclaL
tfer Gatawtm train an oTtC H. ft V
I. G. N. ft. ft.
m. Louio Tr
4: M sun. Ar 4: p.nv
Ar 4i M lb.
Hlmlm and Teaarfcaaa Trafaa.
...... i o-m. Ar 4 UpA.
Waco and Fort Worth Train.
..... S:Ma.nv Ar tiMpiav
CohunUa Branch Paaannanr Dailr-
ri48a.nL Ar X: SS pjn.
' G B. a a ft. ft.
....L G. N. Depot...
K. T. Depot ..
....I. A a N. Depot...
..Grand Central Depot..
1. A & N. Depot...
..Grand Control Depot..
....1. A G. N. Depot...
..Grand Central Depot..
....I. A G. N. Depot...
Deilj Except Sttndajr.
S: aa o.ot
a: aa a. aa.
a: la a.m.
4: M B.OL
..Grand Central Depot.. 1: M p..
....C A G. N. Depot... l:aap:nb
..Grand Central Depot.. l:Mp.a
L A G. N. Depot... 4:44pm.
trains arrfre B: m o. .: ia-aa
1 P. m.: 4: aa n. n.1 : 48 n. ol
only eddMonar train arrfre 11: 44
T. A ft V. ft. ft.
Santa Fa Depot
f.-aa a-m. Ar
. SanU Fa Depot
a:4Sajn. No. 1
a: SB pat
GULF COAST J tHL
St LeoU BrownariUa A Mexico Railway.
(Bay City Came Chrieti and BrewnarlllO
Santa Fa Depot
J.-8"- . Arrtro.
No. a 8:lBa.B. Na 1 80p.m.
In Heart a Ctty.
frawrry Ranawataal anal MomooMael
9OC ELEQANTLT rUR. r)f)r
HH FOSHTD KOOMS ZZj
With ar WlttaM ftatn.
Our Aaai to to afMae Our tatrana.
"Nothrna bat tha Baat Will Sattafy."
Wa Fanrtali rneea.
A ofl-raft want Kaa at mat boon flttaaV
Mission Grill Room
Far don tl omen.
In connect ton wrltH iMeal.
OAAND CENTRAL DKPOT
aneelal Attention Olvan to
Ladlea ana Family Quaati.
Largo newly oonatruotad autalda
plana loading from tha Ladlea Par
lore for tnarcomfort of oar gueete
to view tha In and outgoing travel
of Houaton. Sample Rooma in
heart of buelneea dlatrlct.
BRAZOS HOTEL CO
A. R. 8TUROIS Manager.
European $1.00 and op
American 12.00 and np
One Hundred Rooms
KOQaU WITB rilVAU BAM
tui Walar mmi
Pkoaa la Eaok atooaa
F. A. HERVEY JR.
Tlie Planters House
ROQKRS WOOD Fropa.
Praetor. Noar Main.
XHj Tlc.it OfllM
' S12 Mala St
- OLD PHOIE 209
K Revolviiiy Top Cistern
Set Length Cistern '
' fland Force
Double Acting Force
Oar Stock Complete
(Paris to Monet)
eo Dinind Car.
Jo R. Greenhill C. P.
CAPITOL AND MAIN
Complete io Appoinlmanli
fh dm latfiaTial m tk Fkw
Viait the Capitol Bar
R RODGER S. Proprietor
One Block Kaat Central Depot.
New and Thoroughly Up-to-Data
Flrat Claaa In Every
ONE HUNDRED BOOMS
Fifty Rooma with Private Bath.
Special attelfdon la directed to
our CAFE that can not be ex-
tolled. Geo. P. Kacatee Manager.
OTTO SENS Proprietor.
Amarloan Plan $2-00 par day
European Plan 76c and S1-00
Centrally locator oppoalte Dew City
Hall and Market Houaa. ConTenlaat
to Grand Oantrml Depot.
WeOs Fargo & Co. Express
General Expreaa Forwarders to All
Parts of tha World.
Save money and Inconvenience by
purchasing Walla Fargo 4V Co. 'a
DOMESTIC MONEY ORDERS.
TRAVELER8' MONEY ORDERS.
FOREIGN MONEY ORDERS.
Payable throughout the United
States. Canada. Mexico and all For-
Remittances Sent by Telegraph.
Main Office: 1015. 1017. 1019 Frank-
E. A. MUNCEY Aent
10 TEXAS AVE.
roR rxKrrcT roof rROTrcnon
TEXAS & LOUISIANA LUMBER CO.
F. V. HEITMAHH GO.
EFFECTIVE MAY 15 THE "SAP"
Will tell Reduced Kate Tickets for the Summer io
Corpus Christi. Rockport. Port-
land and Aransas Pass afonowa
Oa FRIDAYS. Ilmll S .dayt on T plna 60o
Halt o( abOTO rate lor children.
jai wiii oe n.
:' - - H0USXo VAIJjX
Ii p ? PPT -Pr a
wmtt uanvasiHi Don Ties
Tdrmtaai Wrcct6rsV;WHI Inilte
BepretentatiTe of tha Owners of the
BrowMTiUoBoad Concludes His
Tour of Inspection of the
A- T. Perkins JpaaaafW exedoOT of tha
Brownayllle road headquarteri "to St.
Loula waa in tha city Baturdsy. Be had
returned hero after a tour over the St.
Ionia. Brownsville and Uextoo road. atart-
lns hero- and going to Brownsrllle. He
came down from St Loula about ten
daya ago and stopped bare prtor to atart-
lns on hla tour of Inspection and obaarra-
tton. Ha made the trip over the road
and spent a few days In tha Brownsville
country. 'After Yhia trip he returned to
Houaton and spent few honra. aa a eort
of respite to hla leaving- aam Saturday
afternoon for Bay City to complete hla
work In thla aectlon before returning to
Bu Loula He came here Saturday to at-
tend a meeting of the Houaton terminal
directors having In band the direction
of the work on tha terminal atatlon. At
tlila meeting It waa decided to reject nil
plans that had been offered for the termi-
nal passenger depot and to ask for other
to be acted on at a meeting about one
Mr. Perkins who la really the repre-
sentative of Mr. Yoakum found crops
along the line of hla road In the very
beat condition. The crops of rice cane
watermelons vegetables cotton and all
other products he found to be excellent-
He attended a meeting of leading busi-
ness men at Brownsville at which lt was
decided by them to build a $300000 hotel
to properly entertain and take care of
the people who are coming Into that sec-
The Brownsville business men promised
to build the hotel and a first class one.
The question of constructing a com-
bination railroad bridge across the Rio
Qrande at that point was also brought
up. The company had decided to build
the railway bridge for street car a wag-
ons and footmen also lf the olty would
give the company the right to collect teu-
tons. Mr. Perkins in the meeting an-
nounced that whenever the Mexican Na-
tional road was ready to carry on Lite
work of building the bridge his company
was ready to carry lt through.
Mr. Perkins stated Saturday that there
would be great expansion In irrigation
farming in the next twelve months. He
added also that ail of the crops in that
section were in first-class shape and that
the owners of the railway were satisfied
with their property. Mr. Perkins in
peaking of the increasing percentage of
crops aald that the rice crop would have
a marvelous Increase. One plantation
owned by Colonel J. N. Simpson and
partner expected to ship SOD cars of rice
thla season. Mr. Perkins In reference
to the magnitude ol the rice crop along
the western end of the line stated that
Colonel Hlmpson'a plantation now has
four and a half miles of spur railway
Crack Into their fields and that the rail-
way company would this season build
three miles of extension to it making a
total of aeven and a half miles of rail-
way Into their plantation. He added that
there were two fine augar mllla down
there and they would have a great deal
to do. The two big companies besides
that in which Colonel Simpson was In-
terested he added were that of Snyder
& McT'owell at Bona and the Texas and
Ohio Sugar Refining company.
Mr. Perkins was accompanied by C C.
Eliot general attorney of the Browns-
ville road headquarters m St. Louis;
Duval West Texas attorney of the road.'
tieadqaarters at San Antonio and General
Manager Jeff N. Miller.
Thla party left here Saturday night to
make a flying visit to Bay City. From
this visit the party returned last night to
Houston and will leave today for St.
Loula These do not lnolude the Texana.
which makes It constat of Mr. and Mrs.
Perkins and Mr. Lowd who was with the
party on the trip.
Officials Declare No Strike.
ATLANTA. Oa.. June 7. According to
officials of the Western and Atlantic
railroad whose switchmen are on strike
their trains are being run on schedule
time. At the superintendent's office bare
lt was said tonight that the railroad has
all the niwi II needs and as far as they
are concerned there la no strike. On tha
other hand Vice Grand Maattir Fitspat-
rlck of the Tralnmen'a union declares that
the road la seriously hampered and all
the strikers are standing firm.
(Houston Poll Sptcial.)
PORT OF GALVESTON. June 7.
l. Livingstone from Frontcrm.
Vessels in Port.
Dtnvrr New York
Dors Bsltrm. Pcnsacola
El Voile. New York
Inkula. Liverpool la
Livingatone. Vrontora 30
Noroeim Vera Crui Texas City
Wittenberg Cienfucgos x
Sch. William Wdaon Baltimore aa
Vessels Destined for Galveston.
Oreyatoke Caatle Antwerp
. . . Liverpool ru Colon
Skipton Caatle .
Associated Prtu Rrpft.)
PORT EAD8 La. June 7. Arrived:
Steamers M.nttador Br.) Oxburg. from
Liverpool via Moxtcan porta ytatein
(Nor.) Knudsen. Irom Puerto Cortes:
Ellis iNor.) Irgens from Colon via Port
Llmon. Balled: Steamera Julia Luckon-
bach Connell. for Porto Rico. Arkedal-.
phia for Porto Rico; City of Mexico
iNor.) Ravrr for Vera Crux and Tamptoo;
Candidate (Br.) Booth for Liverpool;
Jacob Bright Br.). Lewis for Pensmcola:
Appomattox (Br.) Mader. for Bocae del
Toro via Colon; ) atch Dulsy Stevenson
for Norfolk. 1
(Atsociatii Pnts Rtport.)
KKT WEST. Fie. June 7. Paaeed
Band Key. 6th. p. m.. steamers O A
Knidson; 10 p. m . Castle Line; 7th. T a
m.. Ollf Ayarro. J p. m.. Lampasas; 1
p. m Rosa Leo; t p. m. Dorothy all
IHouMo rosi SHcttU
PORT ARTHUR. Texaa June 7. SaDedt
Tnar B L Russell for Tampa to wins'
barira Conneuol with cargo erode Olfi
Rrttlah steamship Suran
(or HuH. with
cargo refined oil.
To Attend Supreme Lodgfc
TOAKTIM Texas. June 1 !ude PDtt.
Oreen started todty for Dee Hotnea
low. 'o attend the Supreme lodge oft
the Anolent Order of United WorkTBe'
. . . v. . mmtiun tn OAnttnMOi fn
X-rTCo" wk. H. win vWt oW
Northern clttee before ratal atag
virObTi v XIUJNDA T MOKNTOGi JUZTE 81908.
I ..-it-s- .
HeTy86le Low Heels regular 12.00 valoes.: Turn Bole
Wood Covered Cuban Heels regular $1.50 valaet Sise to fit
any loot. They won't be here long so don't wait.
Fine Skin it Pe Average Aotress
Not quite clear to the average woman
is the manner in which an actress manV
tains a nice akin.
"An actress" ana reasons "not only
pnta 'up with all aorta of accommodations'
at too often Indifferent hotels and board-'
lng houses goes out whatever the eondl
Hon of the weather and smears her face)
with various more or less poisonous paints.
Yet she usually has a good color and
looks In good condition."
Quite true medame.
You atate tha' exact truth but you da
not give lt Its true value. To be sure
her domicile may not alwayt be all that
could be dealred. ban that la not as Im-
portant as lt would be If ahe passed more
of her time la lt And It la true that
she goes out In all weathers. But that la
the very best thing she could possibly dov.
As a rule she la cleverly clothed being
frepared for rate &J.n fact thla going out
wlce every yjjjgj bar making from- the
beauty siandanCaays an exchange. .
And now to come to the painting. In-
stead of poisoning her. this benefits her
skin. The coloring matter you must
know does not oome In contact with her
flesh at all. because she rubs In a liberal
application of cold cream before the pow-
ders and grease paints are laid on. After
a performance the makeup Is easily re-
moved by another liberal application of
cold cream. The massage given In rub-
bing In the first application and in rub-
bins; off the last Is also most beneficial
the flesh being given a moat nutritious
One pretty ectrese-eays she makes her
own oold cream. All there Is to do Is to
melt a half ounce of white wax In a
saucepan and then add slowly half a pint
of olive oil. stirring constantly. When the
olive oil has all been stirred in an ounce
of reae water should be added. Tha whole
muat be constantly attrred until quite
cold and thla is the only secret. Any
woman or girl may easily maks the oold
cream and as easily apply lt to her akin
after her bath. The massage lf gentle
and oarract. la aa .beneficial as the cold
cream- Is nutritions. All that remains
after massage may be wiped off with a
fine cloth though aome prefer to wash lt
For Tour Rural Home.
(Prom Woman's National Dally.)
Many persona desiring to be ardent ad-
mirers of nature think It Is absolutely
necessary to love nature just as it would
be presented m too forest primeval. This
does not suggest beauty to the most re-
fined taste for often the agency of man
la needed to bring out the most artlatla
features of a wilderness of undergrowth
and wild ramnUsaSt underbrush and ugly
trees Ail trees are -not beautiful lor
often the very-. ehUdren of nature are
badly distorfeLaad aome bad specimens
-will be found. ; Nature combined with the
Sroai uealve rb-tS what Is demanded these
ays for the recognised features of beau-
tiful rural districts .Leave the "grand
old oaks'' and graceful maples leave the
rolling land as It waa Intended to be. but
trim the hedgea out the grass and cover
the winding path with gravel or cement.
Then you have something beautiful to be-
hold. The finest lawns are not those
that show a little flower bed here an-
other one there and a rockery some place
else. Every woman wants her flower
beds but not on the beautiful lawn. Re-
serve space for them and do not mar the
walks with flower borders that need un-
divided attention. They will be beautiful
indeed. If jpne can hire a gardener to
keep them In perfect order but trees and
grass with some fine shrubbery gives
the beauty of nature that most persons
desire and appreciate. A Uttle geranium
out in the midst of a great grassy lawn
is as much out of place as a society girl
would be In the land of Hottentots. A
pretty rustic bridge is attractive over a
running stream of water but lt has to b
genuinely rustic and not half rustlo and
finished off with scrolls and lattice work.
That effect la ugly. Today they ere mak-
ing the low cement bridges' with large
pillared posts at each end sometimes
plain or urnfashlon. The last men-
tioned kind Is very pretty. Many persons
desiring to woo birds to their beautiful
lawns will have the posts hollowed slight-
ly and filled with water for them. Thla
IMPROVE THE HALL
TXrENVEEEDT TO PE0VIDE AD-
Fifty-Five Hew Members Were Re-
ceived Into tha Organization
There was an Interesting meeting of
the members of the Turnvereln yesterday
forenoon at their halt earner of Caroline
street and Prairie avenue President
Louis Christiansen waa In the chair and
Secretary Loula Schwalkart at hla deak.
Moat of the time and attention of tha
meeting was given to the proposed im-
provements tn the hall and garden. These
betterments consist of a gallery the whole
length of the dance hall along the south
side overlooking the park. This Is to be
twelve feet wide making ample room for
people who dealre to alt during the even-
bur where they can see over the garden
and enjoy a tight Of the dancers at the
Tha eraotrlc Ughtmy fixtures will also
be Improved. After OOUSid arable discus-
sion the whole matter of Improvement
waa referred to the board of directors
with power to act. whloh means that the
work will be done . speedily ss pos-
sible. The feature of the beetles was the
election to memberehv ot Qfty-tlve ap-
pltoanta. Among tne names laxen m were me
following: Carl W. Ouy J. V. Lea
v. iea u.
P. Qrahara. Ouy OUML C
ouy tauTou. j u.
Walker E Hamley. P. J. Pike. Julius
IPtierstenberg. H. Krlecbemer W. II.
Young. WlUiam rnoha. C. C. Parker J.
&. Roberts B. Hauz C. H. Bauer W.
r. Lone. W. w Bland. Dr. A. M. Aut-
rey C. H. Inanberat T. A. Dlelkart
Henry Nellaon. F. C. Clark. Qua ralsbow.
Sim Boyle. A. t. Barnee. L. A. Hora-
bercer. fa. A. Relneka. f. A. Hervey. Jr..
Richard Sohuls. Pant Ol Bottler. 8. P.
Hudson Joe Blakener at. D. Harris. -4
Thla la the largest number of initiations
that tBt vereln has had at anee meetlrur
for a year or mora and means that Ita
Itrlaflty gruwtna; ajaayy tha people.
XXUJdt. RITLITAEQET WORK
titrate Dunn Tsita ftlat Honors in
. Honthly Jttntst
' TharlOBat RlflaasBBbarr Nsrular
aaontivte ;emret siHatWaT' Hr. The
sprirnsjay naatved saw 4 . "at week
whloh wars seed lf gantest.
Private IT. B. DonB
AlMrta aeeaad; 9n
1 The company
0 be aa hand
era arvited up
Pim Ilk Sinai
Frock of Serge or Linen.
The gown pictured is. although rather
severe Tn style very smart and distinctive.
and Is an excellent model form morning
frock of serve or linen. The model waa
f white serge trimmed with bands of
same piped with white moire and trimmed
with buttons. The gown waa In surplice
style and cloeed down the left front.
White linen piped In black would also
be very attractive buttons of white linen
embroidered In black being used.
Is often found In the East where fine
lawns are the pride of the country.
A pretty dress for garden wear Is made
of pale pink lawn. The moderately short
skirt Is rather full at the hem though
rather clooe-Otting around the hips. The
short bodice is full -in front and at the
back confined with a very high crushed
girdle piped at tha top and down the
back with a one-Inch dark blue velvet rib-
bon. This ribbon gives a very pretty
effect and a good outline. The round
collar V-shaped at the front la outlined
with a lace ruffle five inches deep. Short
sleeves are ahlrred from the elbow to
the ahoulder a width of one Inch and
trimmed with a narrow ruffle of laoe.
A Sejiaibie Move.
(From an Jftrrhsnge.)
Not Ions ago I was Impressed by a
young housemaid who appeared to be
above the average chambermaid In many
respects. In every respect she was ideal
about her work and I wondered why a
girl of her attainments and beauty was
fUllng the nlohe ahe occupied for I imag-
ined ahe would prefer another Una of
work lt waa merely the osse of an In-
telligent young- woman curing her nerv-
ousness by leaving home for a change ot
scene. Her mother died very suddenly
and the great shock caused the girl to
be almost a nervous wreck. Too well she
knew what lt meant to be a nervous
wreck so she left home went Into a
strange city and being decidedly bright
she made many friends. How many wom-
en or girls are there who take soon
heroic methods of overcoming the tor-
menting affliction T Not many. If per-
sons run down by mental or physical
work worry or too close confinement at
home would get away from the daily rou-
tine for one week It would be benefloJaL
When energy ambition and everything
give way for nerves. It is time to change
the dally routine. In many homes where
daughters do the housework even the
system of doing the work Is changed to
keep one from continued work of one
to seethe company drm on any
The Miller Rlflea have encased tha
Bijou theater for Thursday night for a
benefit performance by the company' new
playing there and special attention will
be given to ladles and children. A large
crowd Is expected as there win be a good
bill for that night.
flam Tobar of Bumble was In Houston
Walker Bins of Houston went down
to Mark ham yesterday
John N. Slmpaon a banker of Dallas
after a visit to Houston has returned
James Weed a capitalist and civil en-
gineer of Beaumont was In Houston yes-
terday. Blgmund Sterne a capitalist and land
owner of Kansas City was In Houston
Mrs Calvin A. Kllisor of Sabine spent
Tuesday In the city en route borne from
Jack Tolmon. a otvi engineer of Bra-
aorta and Fort Bend counties waa tn
Hiss Elisabeth Compton of Kansas City
Mo. after .pending a few daya with
friends in the city left for home Wednes-
day accompanied by her sister. Mrs. B.
B. Matthew of Haya. Kan.
H. A Hamilton. Hallettavllle; J. A
Sloan. Kalamaxoo; Mre. J. Swan New
Orleans; A. Brown. Sommerville; R. W.
leslle Huf smith; B. O. Christian Bat-
sofi; Will T. Hawkins Nacogdoches;
George Ladsevich Humble; Henry Orell.
Bryan; l.afe Loftier Bt- Joseph Mo.;
Paul A. SUke. city; H A. Joyner. city;
Mrs. H. A. Hamilton HalUttavlUe; Mrs
Leoln 8 Compton San Angelo: Mra 8.
C. Parsona and ohlMren Miss Maggie
Kong ha. San Angelo; L. r. KnlppeL wife
and daughter Beaumont: E. C. Martin.
Dallaa; John Palma Hearne; P. P.
Hoenlg. city; O. W. Ferguson Thomas-
ton; H. LoMUekln. New Waverty; T. W.
Maurer. St. Loula; rr-B v.
Loula: J. F. Thompson and wife.
mont; John McFatten. Fenton. La. ; Mlaa
Annie Reevea Miss Johnnie Reeves! Fen-
ton La; J. a McDowell Orer-etoni Jamea
K. Planlgan. Missouri City; E. LaMoftL
Addlcks: L deHeuael. Addlcka; Mlaa May
London city: C. M. Hugbea Wharton;
C. P. McKlnsbry Sherman ; Thomas C
Edward. Alvln; T. H. Foster. Jennings
La; Mrs. M. Xrtusy Oalveston : M Hud-
dleston. Bay City; V. B. Dejdels Sour
TO TEST NEW STEAKSB. TODAY.
Fire Department WIS Try Oat Ita
This arternooa a t Valook the ftra do. I
1 1..' ;.
CIHCHtWATI . .
LOUISVILLE . .
ST. LOUIS . . . .
CHICAGO . ...
NEW TORE . . .
(Via Rail ud Steauner)
Bates on Tale daily to points in Ala-
- bam Kentucky Tennessee Ohio Virginia
Weat Virginia Michigan and other States.
G. H. & S. A.
H. fit T. C.
On sale daily. Retain limit
Go one way TBtarn another-
CITY and COLORADO.
On sale Jane 14.
Through Sleeper to Denver Colorado
v Daily without ehapge commendiig Juno 14. 'f
rxm r AJmcciAita an
E. W. DORRIfl. C P. eV T. A.'
w TT " I Zul
of tveriarting 5ivfr.iT-
To an rone having a watch too
complicated for na to repair.
High grade and ooarpUoated
watcbea adjusted to keep so-
Cava & PlDokett Jars-1 17 Co.
617 Main Street.
A VITAL POINT.
The most delicate part of a baby la Ita
bowels. Bvery ailment that lt suffers
with attacks the bowels also endanger-
ing In moot eases the Ufa at tha Infant.
McOee's Baby Elixir cures diarrhoea
dysentery and all derangements of tha
stomach or bowels. Bold by all druggists.
pany of Cincinnati Saturday
The new steamer la of the latest pat
tern and the most Improved throughout.
It Is a Continental type No. 1. and has a
capacity tor pumping 800 gallons of water
a minute throwing four atreasaa. It la
of vsry heavy construotion and ean oaly
be used at fires reached by paved streets
because of Its great weight making It
Impossible to draw It over the nnpaved
Another engine waa received at tha
eame time a rotary that had been re-
built. It will be used at No. eosjtae
house tn the old Fifth ward while the
now one will be quartered at the Central
Engineer and Fireman Injured.
(Houston. Peat Sresoat.) v
OVERTON Texaa June C There waa
a bad wreck on the Henderson and Over-
ton near Hlghtower Texas about aht
miles southeast of Overton. Engine No.
104 turned completely over aad landed on
one side of the track and the tank oa tha
opposite aide. Engineer Floy Mel too waa
badly bruised and Fireman E. B-. Har-
buck waa severely nurt The wounded
men were taken on a special to Palestine
to tfte hospital.
(Houston Peat 5caoJ.)
BRB7NHAM. Texaa. June T.-About t
o'clock last night aa No. 17 southbound
freight was pulling out on tha east side
track In the Santa Fa yards tha local
backed m on the mala Una before tha
first train had. cleared and the two
aome in oppoatte WrectVma act
very eloaa tostelher. tha caboose.
of fs- local tore out doe whole side ot
tile oars and waa ha turn radnesd
to ktodllnw waod and left a wreak on the
main Ime and one ot the oars of No. ft
shoved off the track. No one eras hnr
and that wreoANna oVaared.
HKftt l RILiaXFOIt WOMEN.
IS you have patna te cbs bask. Vrtnsry
SUoaey UouMe - aad want a
ntaasant herb relief lor Weraen's
try Mother Qrays "AUSTRALIAN-
It at a safe
and Sever-fall tnar
regulatot aad relieves all FeSBaie Weak-
aeaeea. moiuaina- inruunmauen and ulcer-
ations. Mather Orsya Auatransti-Lssf is
'-l.lt--' ' f
' 'rfl Wv.
CUokJs Two aajasvst
. .... .. ...a
October 31. (pioice of Route
throngh soenio; 8ALT LAKE
. Stoiroram ft Herar
-" i fiV - ?
Return Limit 80 days.
207 Strt:l Pt::3 253
The New Train .
Leavsa Grand OaatiB Depot 7:tt B. m.
Utaraational and Oraat NortJaera De-
pot T:20 p. aa. (Krory aj excert
ALWAYS ON nut V"
Ckalr Can finest tn Soutlt; all ssou-
Other trains leave HoaatoTt r
aw ax a. m I a. m 4:41 p. c
Seawall Spedal Buridaya. -
at lt aw m 8U0 Reand.Trlr-
QLAAQOW AND LONDONDERRY
SaUlafl frem New Vark" every Saturday
New Twht-Sorew aHaaiaahlaS.. ..-
Sslendid et.sosissodatina - Eseelsrnt service
SALOON SaSO SS7JO AND 872. sa
aiCONO CABIfs.-S4Z.8l AND 846. ;
THIRD CLA8S 827 AO AND 888.7.
Apply to HENDERSON BROTHERS New
York or M. Raphael. SU Fianklln St or
J. r. Sullivan. Ml Main Bt.; Boawton.
through eircuits havmf hee n
7 1 pieced m operauoev ay
V Company bstwaoa HouaUi
J and tha knportaat tnwna 1
"-in iiar" 1 and Arkaasaa' offers
r to its patrons a more prom rt
efficient and comprehensive LONa JJj
TAN CBl SERVICE than heretofore fta-
Intermediate stations on these circuits.
A saw one forming a eotmaetloa -with -Unas
of the Pioneer Telephone Company
furnlahea flrst-class aervtoe to Oklahoma'. '
CttyQuthrie and Western Oklabomap
Tli SiiltwtiriTiletTipk.TiIepheBt C
Lavm Tennis Goods
Srsw Btook iost Raceived
We have enleeesd s ear esav aadwgl '
asrltkesi at tela arise .Ml. tsU ear lasts (
TelaeAeee 11U C(
MARSHALL TRAINING SCHOOU
OTJB ATM: Character building aad
nilaiinsss of Instruction. Prermtlonfor
oaflosVand uqtverarty a aoeciaity Tw-
unjrvwratt tradaate. in faculty. Jfmhl''
iUooT of oarllne SO foot above arty
teSFmU from Tit. No mleana lav su
Nawton AJsrll. tan AntaaW
aasjajajaMaTJarr ' "' f111
TTtrrXT""" ' I aaWW.su . V.'
. . . r-' W-
vj n - t i ijs .fr'- jfti f v. l; 1'
r - .
It - lp
Here’s what’s next.
This issue can be searched. Note: Results may vary based on the legibility of text within the document.
Tools / Downloads
Get a copy of this page or view the extracted text.
Citing and Sharing
Basic information for referencing this web page. We also provide extended guidance on usage rights, references, copying or embedding.
Reference the current page of this Newspaper.
The Houston Post. (Houston, Tex.), Vol. 24, Ed. 1 Monday, June 8, 1908, newspaper, June 8, 1908; Houston, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth606152/m1/3/: accessed February 18, 2019), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; .