The Houston Post. (Houston, Tex.), Vol. 34, No. 212, Ed. 1 Saturday, November 2, 1918 Page: 2 of 12
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THE HOUSTON TOSTr SATURDAY 'MORNING NOVEMBER .2 19lp
: TO THRONES
1 WSteia u. dirks SHU n A-
t parent CratrgL.
finant Tim Turner htHltr of
- Haagary Beported AiMsiiaated.
r Oitaauatioa of Hew Cxecho-
Bloruk State Caatiaae.
tanUy at 4k
f ' associated Press Report.
3 COPENHAGEN. Not. 1. Emperor
William bu left BerUn for German
t grand headquarters a message from the
onnan capital Friday states.
( COPENHAGEN. Nov. 1. Tha rumor
$ of Einparor WlUlsm's abdication are at
least eremalure. the Berlin Voaeieche
t Zeltuna aaya In Thursday'a luuc It
adda. however that Ihe abdication uiira
lion vil discussed at the lalmt i--tlnn
5 of the war cabinet and It in aimed (hat
- former Vice Chancellor Ielbruok haa
left (or the front on an Important mls-
aaon far Chancellor alUimlllan. It la I"n-
f erally supposed the newapaper aaya. that
Dr. Delbrueck will present tha emperor
with an abdication document.
Emperor Charles Holding Oa.
Associated Preaa Report.
BASEL Nor. 1. Vienna waa quiet un
it til T o'clock Thursday night after which
t there were demonatratlona In front of fh
tninlatry of war. according1 to a Vienna
dispatch quoting tha semi-official newa
agency which cuaiomaiily la used fur
snaking court announcement a
Friday Vienna newepapera deny that
Emperor Char lea haa left the capital. Tha
Imperial couple are atill In Vienna. It la
An Imperial ordinance authorliee all of-
fleers In the country to place themselves
la the eerTice of the armiea conatltuted
by the newly formed governments and
J to permit the soldlera under their com-
snand to sen likewise.
COUXT TISZA ASSASSINATED.
Former Premier of Hunfary Re
ported Killed by Soldier.
Associated Press Report
COPENHAGEN. Nov. 1. Count Tlsss
. the former Hungarian premier has been
! killed by a soldier according to a Buda-
telegram received hero Friday. The
fell victim to a revolver ahot while
out walking. Count Tiaaa was
' promenading with his family when he
' was shot a Budapest dlapatch received
bare by way of Berlin announces. A
'.woman member of the group was wound
led. it la added.
g Count Tisza. whose life la reported
r mgeq try uraMinftiioii naa long oeen one
; of storm centers of Hungarian politics
j The accusation haa been made that he
instigated the assassination of Archduke
I A Magyar to the core. Count Tisza was
arovQanwajD and aimed
supremacy of Hunaarv
within the dual monarchy.
Count Tfasa was premier of Hungary
from Its to 1M and from June a 11.
to May U 111T. He Waa the center at
many riotous sennas In the Hungmrhkn
parliament during his leadership and 'In
111! fought at least three duels with po-
litical opponenta. In January of that
year he wounded Count Michael KaroJyl
a lifelong and bitter opponent. In a duel.
Within the laat year he had urged peace
and tn a epaoth October 1. declared he
no longer had hopea for an Austro-uer
man victory. An unauoceaaful attempt
was made to aaeaaeliialo Count Ttaaa. In
Budapest October 17.
Associated Preaa Report.
COPENHAGEN Nov. 1. A suooosaful
revolution has taken nlace tn Budapest
and the Hungarian national council has
taken over the government according to
meaaaa sent by Count auchaal
Karolvl to the Berlin Taaeblatt.
The message from Count KAroiyi. who
la head or the Hungarian Independent
"Revolution In Budapest and national
council took over government. Military
ami police acknowledge national council
omplrtely. Inhabitants rejoicing.
"President National Courtctl.'
UOXDON. Nov. 1. After the proclama
tion In Budapest Archduke Joseph tb
representatlv of the emperor left the
city according to an Exchange Telegraph
aisoatcn from zuncn.
Kmperot Charles ' the dlapatch adds.
We fore leavtiur Vienna. Mraonally wave
orders that all oonniot with tha popu
Ho instructed the au-
of .Osrmaa . Bojieala. aoBordtng .ta a
Vienna diauatch. lurwarded tram A mater.
dam to the Central Newa agency entered
mto aogouauu wiin taa sterna iw
aienl with a view to joining Uarman Aus
tria ta uoramany.
8T01MY HAT IH YWSXA.
Popalaoa Openly lepadiato Salt of
- taa Hapabarf.
' Associated Press Report
COPENHAGEN Nov. 1. Under the
heading "A BepubUc oa the March" the
Berlin Tagebiatt of Wednesday gives de
tails of tha events of that day In Vienna.
To demonstration began In the for.
noon with n meeting of the students
which waa Joined by tn worklngmen In
iront or tna Dariiament duimuis. rreai-
dent Dlnghofer of the national council In
a apeech declared the national govern-
ment would take over the whol adminis
tration oa Thursday.
-suit witnout too tiapaoorg. snoutea
An oAoor in wnlform than called on
the soldlera and officers to remove the
imperial cockades. His appeal was obeyed
with en tb usual. The imperial stanoar
firing kofor (ha. parikuneat building wag
hen hauled down soon the order of ttM
anff nniM nf h. iiuirlui iufwer house
'Vlnta AsU. annisllat laadar. la the
arobablo ohoio for stats secrolary of or
sin asalra.- tn TageMatt eootiauea
"Tha aocUlist Laotar Is the meet Impor
tant eandidata for secretary of war. while
the progressive Otnor. la geanUonoi for
minister of Juatloe
a'nlmk tm hs 000180? S danutS'
Moa of oAoerg and soldier visited the na
tional miull and Xsmandad tha
Hon of a aoldlora' council ta eondwat tb
demoblllaatioa mi the army to to abousa
prortoloaaujr the military garnsooa." vs
' Aattriaa Sailor Matiay.
Associated Pre Report.
COPENHAGEN. Nov. l.-AecordJng to
Hungarian re port a sallora at Poto tb
groat Austrlaa base on tit Adriatic bay
mutinied ana seiseo in wnrnnina inora.
A dispatch from Rom ta tb Paris
inr- ander date of October IT. said
that two Aaatrian fleet had nastily con.
centre ted at Plamo. A few sails re-
rialned at Pols the dlapatch added but
II the ships which war at Cattara wad
t hal smtaawaT ' . a
loft that port.1'
without reslstanoa to
Hon be avoided.
thoritles to yield
the new power.
Germany Recognise Czech.
Associated Press Report
AMSTERDAM. Nor. 1. Germany ac
cording to an announcement made tn the
tVreer Gasette. has recognised the Prague
general national council and has ordered
Consul Gebhattsl to make the necessary
oeciaration in Mnair of the Berlin gov-
emftiont The German-Austrian state council has
issued a proclamation accord Ins to
dlapatch from Vienna announcing that
It has assumed the government of Ger-
man-Auatria and that It will conclude
peace In accord with the German empire.
COPENHAGEN. Nov. 1 Croatlans. who
completely occupy the naval base of
Flume on the Adriatlo have proclaimed
their union with Italy according to a dis
patch from Benin to the Berlingske Tl
The organisation of the New Cchn
Slovak state la proceeding In an orderly
manner according to reports from Prague
received here by way of Berlin. The
national council nas appointed new rail
way. telegraph and postal officials There
have been no especial acts of violence.
The new stat has seised all tha roll-
ing stock on the railways and has taken
possession 01 ins unes as tar as Boden
bach near tna irontier 01 saxony
STEEL SPIRAL GOHUEYOR
A aamalgta aaaartmaat of afzaa la ataak. tf yt3 ara IwUraatad ha aa
vayor equipment ar thr gteara nlgnt salpsnant aaad Ma yaar ardara
ar tartto far prlooa and Informatioa.
en Iron & Steel. Co.
HOTJMTOJf AND 1AM ibrrOMlO
Czechish care bear the Inscription
Csechish aodailst republic"
The German soldiers ara being dis-
armed. All train carrying food or material for
Austria or Germany nave neon stopped
and the exportation of coal has been for-
LONDON. Nor. 1. The German Bo
hemian deputies of the raichsrath after
proclaiming the establishment of the state
WE have just received a
new shipment of these
fine Italian Hats. They
set a distinctly different style
in headwear. Light-weight soft
finish and fine texture.
Shown in tobacco pearl Olive
and dark green dove oxford
and blue. Wide medium or
narrow bands silk lined won-
derful quality at
$7.50 and $10
Other Hats $3.50 to $25.
Main and Preston.
I Real Merit
I .Will ' be found in Hammer-
I anuth's Specials. The best ma--terials
and workmanship are
I - used in their construction and
the fitting qualities are second
' ' to none; a shape for any foot.
I Black Leathers $8.00
I Tan Leathers S9.06
a-;''" -V - ' w ' T "a-diaWeVg
IVS VSAJtV OUARANTBS
Ca Clsttrte 4i CzsnU
asnU Obtains and Tradmaraa aaa
cyri "ghjtrsd '
Ofriee at 70 Kress aulkHa
HARDWAY & CATIICY
-eei ayaa"" - Mnu-o-
There s No Camouflage
In the QuaKty Here!
You know what to expect
in clothes when we say
Stein-lUoch Society Brand Kinchbaum
and Atterbury system fine Clothes.
By our large purchases of these
standard make clothes and our
early contracting we are able to put
before you peculiar advantages
in our present stocks of
Suits and Overcoats
The fabrics were bought early.
We've priced them upon the basis
at which we bought them.
$25 to $75
See especially the values
we are offering now at $25.
Main and Praaton. i
I Win Pay PAR Plat for Your ' Par Cut. J:
'Will Pay Saao Par SlOaoO far All Othap Iggaaal ' t' '' '
t Draw Through Any Bank V 1
jonUhti: OLMkt btCLAQ.
Oaalar' in Texas Sond aiaea laM.
Tho Slippery and Sickly Season la Here
Taa t T. A. rvrnuheg taa bast Aoddent aad Haaitb la-
oraaoa at axaetly vast tt eoata to eendaet tha fcnstnaas sad
ItW TO MARCH 'iSTrf 1t1i. -i:A.
' THRCIi DOLLARS 'part membarthlp far and also ear-
net protacoom la .aitaaf aectdant ar bealta dapartmantg
to abova data bow. $. tor both. $la.M weakl lndbm-
altr. SSOOOO aoctoaotal death j?1
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aocldant or kaalUt poller. 124.00 far both aayabla qoartarl or aaaaauy. No
Btadical aramlmtloB avaceaaary. Write tor appueatloa blank tad taatlmonlaia
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here he may Jbe suiteel without any trouble. ' His fancy and his
pocketbook could not meet -on better ground than in our Men's
$40 arid $45 Men's
arid Young Men's
Fall and Winter
' More than two .hundred Suits to select
from that regularly sell at $40 and at
$45. They're in the finest selected
velours cassimeres worsteds tweeds
cheviots etc. and represent choice of
highest quality hand tailored garments
in all young men's and conservative
models of this season. Suits entirely
out of the ordinary in fabric style and
quality. Suits up to the W. C Munn
Company high standard and we em-
phatically stand behind every gar-
ment. They are rare values at this
In every new and wanted style
shape and shade including grays
pearl tans browns greens blacks
etc.; specially priced at $4.00 they
being to the men of Houston and
vicinity a real opportunity for pur- .
chasing1 Hats of unusual quality at
the price of the ordinary. xk fin
ice at today ..' . ip-TiWU
High grade Outing Flannel Paja-
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splendidly made and trim- M Cfl
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Night Robes $2
Splendid grade Outing Flannels full
cut and in neat selection of patterns.
Some plain others trim- 0rl flA
med. Specially priced at.. $a.iUU
$1 Men's Silk
1000 Scarfs to select from in every
conceivable new and attractive color
ing; all pure Silk Dollar Ties. PQ
Today St only 0 DC
$12.50 Boys' Winter
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anq retain their neat appearance. They rer
resent the last word in boys winter fCnicker-
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from 8 to 1 6 years old ; fine wool mixtures
full lined and in an unusually attractive col- ?
lection of patterns; Suits that will please the
boys as well as their parents. Let us show
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