The Houston Post. (Houston, Tex.), Vol. 33, No. 282, Ed. 1 Friday, January 11, 1918 Page: 4 of 14
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f&$! Resignations to Gorernor
?i vi nwroy uiecuve ai uutc.
jllo 'Explanation Written or Verbal
(liven for Action Friction
Knowr to Have Existed
lodepewkst Rcraldeaist Captured
Business Houses Looted aid Burned
tad CiTilivu Exectted-VilU
Was Seea Hradinjr
HOUSTON DAILY POST: FRIDAYS MORNING. JANUARY. 1 1 1913.
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JOHN MINNS TRADED' TO BOSTON
Last of Connie Mack's Champions Given in Straight Trade
(Houstc Per St'' ) j (Aue-ntei Press Ref't.) I
AUSTIN". Texa. Jon 10 The Uiree EL. TASP. Tens. Jan. uareia I
members of the State highway commit- Chaves an independent revolutionary!
f ion Curtla Hancock of Pallas chairman; leader operating in the State of Jalisco
'Thomas R. Molxan of Titus couqty and captured the town of Qelftadillo last week
.v.. after defeating the federal garrison
H C. Odle of lxwque count y-tmexpeU- xuardmc U)at ?. n four.hou? buie.
cdly Thursday tendered their resignation! aoirdlnc to information received her
'to Governor Hobby effective at Oi.ce. Thursday night
The 'Xgnations were formal an.1 no Because civilians participated In the
Written or verhal rxplanation was made defense. Chaves ordered all business
for the action taken lv the eomnii- honors looted ard burned and many of
.aioners. fhe civilians found with arms were exe-
i All three of the commissioners were ap- ruled. A fi-deral major who made nn
'pointed June 4. l.'IT lor a terra of two effort to retake the town was killed
years they constituting the first State I Kranciscd Villa was reported to have
highway commission which was crcaied I rnssed Ortiz station. 15 miles south of
.by the" Thirty-fiflli legislature. It has j Chihuahua City on January 4. and was
been known for some time that th-ere has heading northward with his band of 150
been friction in the State highway depart- I men and a pac train. He was believed
ment. but there had been n-i intimation j -o be going to a point near Satevo to
that whnleaele reals-nation were to romr. form a junction with his. other forces.
Governor Hobby Thursday liisht had not General Francisco Murguia commander
accepted ibe resignations. H said that at Chihuahua City. Is expected to return
;he had not had time to consider the sud- Saturday from Ma.fom. Zacatecas. (Jen-
den mrn of affairs in the t..ie l ighway ! eral Eugenio Martine. commander of the
I department. Tending anion b the gov- ; Ys.mi Indian division ef the army of the
erYier of the State highwav departinent is northeast has been the acting sone com-
in charge ef State Highway Kneineer mander. GeneraJ Murguia win resume hla
George Purer offensive upon his return. It was an-
' Mr. Hancock declined to make anjr nounced in Juares late Thursday.
Statement with reference to the resigns-
liooi except that the gov rnor is unl.am- y Afta-W fin
pered in naming a new commission. At laqui allien UH
meeting Thursday it is understood the ! ggjj Hieuel Repelled
eeromissioners asreed that for the good i
Of the department they would resign. (AssotUtei Press Reprt.
Friction became intensified late in Pecem- xoGALES. Ariz. Jan. 10. A band of
rber over the secretaryhip of the com- .... .a
emission which was held V D. K cev laqui. estimated at about 100 men. at-
;of San Antonio. On January 2 Chairman ; tucked San Miguel near Hermoalllo. labs
'Hancock announced that the contract ! Wednesday night and were met by the
with Mr. Colp expired on December 31. I home guard which held off the raiders
end that the position had been abolished. I until troops sent by General Calles
'Subsequently Commissioner Odle came to reached the scene In the enauing battle
Austin and is understood not to have eight federal soldiers were killed and 30
been satisfied w ul) ihis ! arte Mr. M.- wound d. according to reports received
Lean reached here Th-.irai.iv and the res- I here Thursday. The Yaqul losses were
. Ignations soon followed. Chairman Han- 1 11
cock said that previous to the resigns
iAltteUlti Prtu Jtrt.)
PHILADELPHIA. Pe.. Jan. 19-John
(toffy) Mclnnla first baseman and the
lest of Connie Mack's famous world
ehampiona goes to the Boeton Ameri
ca In a strajght trade for players. The
mes of the players and how many will
oeme to Philadelphia In the trade was
Word that Mclnnis was to go to the
Red Sox was received here Thursday
night In a telegram from Connie Mack
who is at Jacksonville "la. arranging
for the aprtnaT training trip. No see In
authority at olub haad Quarters Here ti
any information as to the details w the
trade. It was amid that alack will Dlok
the players ha wants later and that the
number will depend upon the men he
Before leaving for the South Mack said
that Molnnls and other players would
have to stand a reduction In salary.
"Stuffy" Mclnnis has been a star on
the Athletics' team almost from the day
he arrived in 1S0. tie was ZT years old
BASKET BALL OPENS FRIDAY NIGHT
Rice Institute Will Meet Engineers From Camp Logan at the
City Auditorium Army Band Will Play.
:tions al! three commissioners voted and
greed that Mr. Colp s corn: act had ex-
pired and that he was no longer secretary
i)f the commission.
ieneral Callea ordered a large bodv of
tioops to pursue the raiders. No report
has been received from the pursuers.
Captain Benjamin C. Allen will bring
company B. lOSth engineers to the audi-
torium in formation Saturday night ac-
companylnjr the company's quintet which
will meet the Rice Owls in the first bas-
ket ball game of the season. Camp Logan
will also be officially represented by the
engineers' band. Dancing will follow the
game which will begin at 8:30 o'clock.
The game Frida night follows a chal-
lenge Issued by the soldiers to the insti-
tute during the holidays suggesting at
that time that either of Rice's then un-
taken dates of January 18 and 19. Theso
dates have since been tilled by games
with Southwestern at Houston and Coach
Arbuckle decided to take the engineers on
for the first game of the season. Rice
bigan the football season with a game
with a team from Camp Logan and won.
This game will not count in the Texas
schedule but as was the case in the fall
will give Rice a ehance to ahow here pre-
Success of the engineers among other1
teams in o. d. at the camp gives them
courage for the game. Company B has a
group of men who are out to put their
regiment on the map of athletics. The
team la composed of men who came from
some of the best basket ball teams in and
around Chicago. Corporal Stevenson left
guard and captain says that his men are
confident and will not be satisfied with I
holding the collegians down but are going
in to can-y on the big end ot the score.
De Oro Won First Sleek.
(Associattd Prist KtftrtA
HAVANA. Jan. 10 Alfredo pe Orb. the
world's champion three-cushion billiard-
lst. Thursday night won the first block
In the championship match with Charles
Otis of Brooklyn. Otis was leading by a
score of 49 to 48 when De Oro made 4
points and ran out the block. De Oro was
nervous in the first part of the match and
failed to make a point until the fifteenth
Inning at which time Otis had a lead
Pitcher Gets Commission.
(Associated Prtu Rsfcrt.i
WASHINGTON. Jan. 10. Eppa
left-handed pitcher of the Philadelphia
Nationals who lives at Charlottesville
Va.. has been commissioned a first lieu-
tenant in the sanitary corpa of the na-
tional army. He probably will be assigned
to the gas defense section.
Lawler to TraTn Red Sox.
(AssociattJ Prtss Htforl.)
BOSTON. Jan. 10 Martin Lawler for
many years physical trainer for the St.
Louis American league baseball club was
iiiKBgeu Thursday to train the Boston
Americans. He succeeds Charles Green.
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MATSMEN PRIME ON EVE OF BATTLE
Yokel and Brown Have Even Break on Advantages; the
. .Former Experience; the Utter Reach. Says Eklund.
Oa the sre ef what promises to be one
of the biggest wrestling bouts aver staged
In Houston both Mike Tokel and Pet
Brown war bard at It Thursday and the
arming was mora strenuous than ever
due to the fact that It la the last before
the big battle Friday night when the two
men will faoe each other" at the city au
K. O. Zeanon the "Texaa giant.' took
the mat and put Pet Brown over the hur-
dies for an hour in the afternoon in thvi
rooms of the Theatrical Mechanical asso-
ciation. Ha pronounoed aim excellent and
trim for the bout Friday night. In fact
he was enthuslaatlo over the prospects.
In the morning Brown executed some road
Later in the day Tokel suffered the On-
hiui touches at the hands of Claraae
Iklund. The latter has been huav u a
bee for the last week knocklna? the mnh
edges off Yokel. Thursday afternoon the
two men worked hard for 30 minutes
With the exception of a little road work
Friday meratag neither man will see any
training before the bout in the even
.Both mm are declared ea an even keel
pnysicaiiy by Eklund.
they are in the pi
He believes that
pink of oondltion which
assures a nara battle roast aignt. thrown
has an advantage In reach Eklund as-
serted over Yokel but that he believes
will be counteracted hv Tokal'a eaneclal
training which has adapted him well to
his slight statare on the mat. He ex-
plained that the lattef has been training
longer end his experience will even up
matters of advantage.
Aa for weight there aeems to be a good
bit of difference between the two men. and
what affect this will have remains to be
seen. However there Is no question of
making weight at the ringside. It will be
umM'.teJ at and both men
wUl take their ohancea on the other (el-
low having the batter of the bargain
Kklund was doing some hard woiV too.
H t?d t-to with Zeanon
after Tokel worked put. It ws one
spirited exhiblton match for the benefit of
the several score spectators' in the club
JTrora the pep displayed by the wrestlers
th vubjfe) M assured at af the'
spirited battles ne-rteer "JfroV'
Out by Fred Fulton '
JOPLIN Mo.. Jan. 10. Fred Fulton ot
Rochester. Minn.. Thursday . MfMJ
knocked eut Harry "Tanas'- Tate o Hew"
weta Okla..in the second round of aft
scheduled 12-round bout. :
Tate went down twlee before receiving:
a blow to the jaw that put hint out .
SAM ANTONIO. TsgaeOTanJ W.-aW
Moran who Is here In the Kelly field
school for fliers has offered to stlbeU- -
tute for Frank Moran against Fred -Ful
ton In the fight in Mew orieens. JSC
avers he has been promised leave to Meet
Fulton who it is said has refused - to
consider a match with Carl Morris. Jack
sometime aro. lost tha decision u rultoll
in six rounds. ' V
Ctrl Foi Tim Ifo. Cannot Bbj Iiv EjsI
High Court Affirmed
: Karl Buenz Conviction
(Asso;ijtti Press Rtfart.)
NEW TOT.K. Jan. 10. Conviction of
four officials cf the Hamburg American
line. Including KurJ Buenx. manager di-
rector on ciiargrs "f violating the cus-
tom law- by sending sjrplics to German
cruisers early in tl war. was affirmed by
the T'nited States Circu.r court of appeals
here Thursday The dt-usir. also upheld
'the conviction of the Hambure-American I
line w hich had In-en sentence i to I ay a
Sne of II.
Resides Ruens. wno is mere than JO
years of age. and is a former Ger
man consul general in iris city the de-
fendants were Adohi Hachmetster. pur-
chasing agent of the Hamburg-American
line who died after nis conviction in dis-
trict court; George Kuter surenntend-
endinC engineer and Joseph Poppenhouse.
a second officer. Ruenx. Hachmeister and
Kotter had been sentenced to IS months
each in the federal orison at Atlanta. i
and Poppenhouse to a year and a day in
the same institution.
Through a system of false manifests
the government contended the steamship
officials concealed the destinations of out
going ships which thev had chartered un-
fler an agreement with the German gov-
ernment in the winter of 1914 to see that
German warsliips in the North and South
Atlantic were provided with coal and
provisions. Among the steamships char-
tered were the Berwind. Lorenxo and
Gladstone it was charged. It also was
alleged' that three Hamburg-American
ahips were so used.
Law May Prevent
i ; ; ; Camp Boxing Bout
' ' (AssaaalrJ Press Rsfert.)
KANSAS CITY. Mo. Jan. 10. Mayor
George H. Edwards today received a tel
egram from the chief of staff at Camp
Vunston asking him whether or not he
desired that the boxing and . wrestling
tournament arranged for January Ja and
M between Camp Flinston and Camp
podge be held here. The Ministerial al-
liance has protested against the tourna-
ment. saying that local promoters were to
et one-third of the proceeds and that a
boxing exhibition with an admission
charge would be a vlolaUou of the law.
"If the law permits a boxing exhibition
I am heartily in favor of it" Mayor Ed-
wards said. However it must be a box-
ing exhibition and pot a prise fight. I
believe public opinion favors such an ex-
hibition as has been planned."
Mayor Edwards is seeking information
en the legal phase of the matter.
Night Bombing Planes
Could Soon End War
(.iz.i.-iale J Press Reptrt.)
NEW TORK. Jan. 10 -Prediction that
"there would not be much left of the war"
if the I'nlted States could send a fleet of
ai0 night bombing airplanes into one at-
tack over the enemy lines was made in aji
address here Thursday by Lieutenant Col-
onel C. E. Clark head of the army avia-
tion engineers division before the conven-
v.ntion of the Society of Automove En-
gineers. Thei'e are four types of airplanes
i.ow in use in the American army in Eu-
lope he sai l observing machines com-
hai machines pursuit planes and day and
night bombing machines.
"The night bombers are by far the most
effective." he said. "They fly evCry clear an increase in pav is tranted. At a meet-
Bight can not be readily seen and -can lng Thursday night the men addressed a
arop nares and carry rrom u ion to a ion
and a halt of high explosives. They are
Mayor Jesse G. Vincent introduced as
"the real designer of tho liberty aircraft
engine." said the new engine is being
made only for heavy battle and bombinjr
C. y. Kettering of Payton O. was
elected president of the society.
Strike Threatened at
(Associated Press Report.)
ItEAI MONT. Texas. Jan. 10
proximately 1000 men employed in
communication to thoempltyers notifying
them they would not return to work
unless granted a minimum wage of 40
cents an hour for eight hours work.
Similar action has been taken by aboat
1200 unskilled laborers employed iit the
shipyards at Orange.
Captured Ten Yaquis
(Associated Press Report.
DOIT! LAS. ArU.. Jan. 10. A detach-
ment of American cavalry sent into Bear
Vntlev. milps whi of V:nnlM U'MlnM.
.p- day to observe trails clashed with a band
of Ynqui Indians capturing 10. one of
Beaumont shipyards will ouit work Sat- ul nospmu ai nogiues oi
Beaumont snipyaras wm quit worK at- WOunds. according to a telegram Thurs-
urday morning unless their demand for 'day from the commandant at Nogales.
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75c and 85c Blue Work Shirts Removal Sale (A
85c Heavy Ribbed Shirts and Drawers Re
moval Sale pries
$1.00 Shirts Removal Sale price.
l.2o Shirt. Removal Sale price.
$1.50 Shirts Removal Sale price.
0 Shirts Removal Sale price.
$4.50 ShlrU Removal Sale price...
&.00 Shirts Removal. Sale price...
$6.00 Shirts Removal Bale price...
$1.50 Wool Shlru. Rtmoral Sale price.
$1.75 Wool Shirts. Removal Sale price..
$2.50 Wool Shlrta Removal Sale price. .
$3X0 Wool Shirts Removal gale price. .
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Kae4fer 4caaw Jas Berora. Bea t fort.
$2.00 Pants. Sale nrice
$3.00 Pants Sale price..
4.tK) Pantst Sale price
$5.00 Pants Sale price
$6.00 Pants Sale price
Dover Is Moving to 308 Main St.
Our Business has grown so rapidly that we have outgrown our present location. In
order to facilitate moving we have SLASHED PRICES as they have never been
slashed before. This in the face of the enormous rise in prices.
SALE STARTS THIS MORNING
We will not attempt to list all the big bargains to be found in our store during this Big
Removal Sale. Following items will give you some idea of our big values:
Men's and Young Men's Suits and Overcoats
All the newest and best 191 models In Cheviot Worsteds nrnd Cassimeres; plain and fanoy
$15.00 values Removal Sale price $8.95
$16.50 values. Removal Sale price $9.85
$18.00 values Removal Sale price $11.45
$20.00 values Removal Sale price $13.65
$22.60 values Removal 8ale price $14.95
$25.00 values. Removal Sale price ..$17.95
A MAN'S STORE
25o Boston Brighton and Paris Garters Re- t C
moval Sale price IDC
75c Men's Caps Removal 8ale At
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$2.50 values. Removal Sale price ...$1.85
$3.00 values. Removal Sale price ....$2.2
35o values Removal Sale price 1o
50c values; Removal Sale price 39o
76o values Removal Sale price 53o
$1.60 Wool Underwear Removal Sale price It.1f
$1.75 Wool Underwear Removal Sale price... i$1.45
$2.00 Wool Underwear. Removal Sale price $1.6$
$1.75 Union Suits Removal Sale price ; $1.30
$6.00 Raincoats Removal Sate price ...i.$S.9S
$7.00 Raincoats Removal Sale price $4.95
$9.00 Ralncoata Removal Sale price. $0.3$
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