The Houston Post. (Houston, Tex.), Vol. 31, No. 192, Ed. 1 Friday, October 13, 1916 Page: 1 of 16
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LIARGH Qll TRIESTE :
IIADE BY ITALIANS
'sw Positions "and 177Nbs!w
1' Prisoners Resulted Frca
ai tnfaitmi friimimaw AAinmnim
WHILE SERBS CAPTURED EROD
Britiih ' Found SereiHetvily Gtr
I- tia6ned on BcmIlUie OnttwaV
; . AUiei Made Advance in Batllt
1 Aloni Sonune. .
; - The AsaocUtod Preai thus lumnuuv
1m' tag Wr aitumtion: - .
' Another step forward ioTChelr oieit
tot Trieste hag been made'by the Ital-
ians in the region south of Ckrisla adV
dttlonal points of vantage to their
progress having been captured and
l inen made prisoner.
; In this region which Is about 1
miles northwest of Trieste and in the
Julian Alps to the east the Italians
from August 6 to the present report
that they have captured 10881 Aus-
trians. " '
J. JUong the entire Eaatern Transytvanla
1 fMnt the Rumanians are atill In retreat
and in the north are beginning to (all
back before the troopa of the Teutonic
allies according to Berlin.
The British troopa have reached the
outskirts of the Important town Of 8erea
In Greek Macedonia north of Lake Ta-
hlnoa having driven In their opponents
irom tne outlying- aistncta. . -
London reports! that the town of Seres
la strongly held by the Teutona.Weat-
ward the village of Brod which Ilea in
Serbia aoutheast of Monastir has been
captured by the. Serbians.
That the British have gained some aoV
(Continued on .Page Two.)
FRENCH MAdK PROGRESS.
Fighting en 8omme Met With Measure of
" ' iAsiociatti I'ttn Rtptrt.)
. PARIS October l. UM p. ni. The
French rorcea fighting to the north of the
Somme riverain Prance made progreaa
Thursday In the fighting west of Sallly
8aillisa( according to the official 00m-
municauon. oouui or tne nver mere was
great activity by the artillery 01 both the
French and the Germans. uThe com-
munication re porta also thai the Serb
Ashtlng in . their own territory .south of
Monastir have repulsed Bulgarian ooun
r" WT HKM MIU vuuumv iwunf ill uio
(Associated lru Rtttrt.) x
WASHINGTON. October 12. Kast Texae
VrtikT partlr cloudy colder la aortbweti portion;
Bstsrdar (sir. somewhat colder Is the Interior.
.; Wert Teias Friday partly eloodr showers)
Is west portion colder except In sontheast por
tloa; Saturday generally fair colder la soata-
' Voracut for Huustoa and Tlclslty Friday: '
Partly cloudy weather.
Temperature extremes and aaeclpltattoa at
Hsuston (ur 24 tvKirs endlac Thursday I p. .:
I gt j Maximum 80. mlnlmam 61. '
f; Atmoepbetlc yreuure at Houston at 5 p. m.
I 2MS aea level readiug.
I wfnnrlM a. m.; roust S:54 p. m.
I t Comnaietrre record at Hoaston for October 12:
1 k. 1918. ISIS. ltli.
' 8 a. at.... S as 73
Mam... V.I TT 82
I Id. m 8J 81 68
' t P. m....... 81 82 Tl
i K vBelstif humidity: T a. m. 0 2 p. m. 48.
' sinusal vmj
Coterla elub at Slka homa J:S0 p. m.
Dowhchool Mothera dub 3:JQ p. m.
. Story our Carnagla library. 4 p. m.
MAhere club Lubbock achoal S p. m.
' Houaten Art toaguar Scanlan building
Brunher Mothers 'club Cottage Grove
. school p iu - - -'.'- y-
Taxaa VVoman'a fair banquet hill Rice
hotel 10 a. m. -
Annual wiemberehla rally f.-Vi. C A.
Paul building S to . m.
West End Civic ' Improvement club
TH6mioir atreet school p. m.
Board of director .Taxaa Woman'a
fair banquet hallj Rica hotel s:90 a. m.
Woman'a Union Bible class horn of
Mra. S. ' T. . Ollpln 1215 Dallaa avanua
W p. m. v.'-
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v ialathe'atarTurlty." .-. ': - '
hg Beach auditorium Oanolng. -M
tx thaatarwAngel of Demon." -"
-5i ih.Ptt thaataiC-Tha Other Man."
V Ky thaatar ("Hulda fom Holland."
Quean theatar "Manhattan Madneaa."
v Zoa theater "The OM folks at Heme."
Majestic -thaatar Vaudavllla artamooitl
ana nignu ;. "
Prince theaters-Vaudeville 1 afternoon
and night.; ivtvy! Hf.
PRESIDENT' WII.SQjf wis reeeid with eatho-
lata la Inaiaaaiolls where -he Mlvendaa
sjldress .st tne rair Touia iamraua- siror-
.-aooa." - A ' - fir" --v -.-
OS PRIBONEB IS DEAD
seriously wonaded as toe
rant of prisoners te
-DEAD and Skerlff Wleaer
aattMBHCt ail ia at.
escape .trisi tbeBa-
pulps' Ok. Jail.
C t. BBOCK ef
was named asylce
SAVED In mite hone fr tnlssleae. by
i1 le Taii3a.14T.04 sceordinc to.-lbs report made
. tack according te reports received Thursday.
H. wn.! ennu annna ina oaac rear uvaai
I.UKK ft BRADLET.jimWtsnt oisWet .Btanss
of Stone A Webber's Texas nropwtlea with
"u beadeuarters In Hjmrtaa. PT"'
ArtEa Trananvrtatloa and Tramo aaaectatloa
it the elose ef. the eonreatton .In. AtuatK
t7ashir!rt3n. ' '
it fovERKMENT orrv
'tV ImrKlar wMh an I
f 7 ..nllt of ti' '"
OrrilAT.8' were kept hF
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Superintendents at the elost of the annnal eoa.
.ventlonJinew-WrieaiMi Ilnirsda7. tJUals
ua the asxt meeting. .
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RAIDS UAY RHSB
Prolog Pinlycsf :Aniricant
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SKXTCG OF "
TOED WITH AT? REEET3I0N
Bntch Steaiier Hev Ifeutral Tlaf
- and : Wu Sailing? Between Jfet-
; tral Porti--I)effioyeri . nt to
Ifaistaln' Fen1?alir PtrU .'5
AtneUUi Prett Refrt.i
WASHINGTON October 12. Inves
tigation -of Oermany's suMharlne op-
erations off Nantucketapparently has
eased the minds of officials herer-hut
it Was said authoritatively that should
the situation 'develop prolonged pa.
ralysis of American trade in the At-
lantic or4 any similar injury-to' vital
American : Interests a feroad issue
might be raised transcending; the spe
Cific question oft international law dis-
cussed in connection with the U-boat
raid. ' ' .
Such considerations as the- dislocation
of shipping along the Atlantic seaboard
the great Increase in marine Insurance
rates and the possibility of freight conges-
tion and railroad embargoes have been
foremost in the minds of officials. It was
Indicated and will determine largely the
government's policy If an extensive sub-
marine campaign . la attempted on this
aide of tha Atlantic.
Tne alnKing. or tne uutch steamer
BloomersdUk flying a neutral flag and
plying between two neutral ports is un
derstood to be one of the considerations
(Continued on Page Two.)
Will Be Maintained..
iAsttiatti Prut Rtport.
NEWPORT. R. I. October 13. When
three destroyers the Jarvis Dayton and
Fanning steamed out of the 'harbor at
full apeed late Thursday it waa reported
theyi would begin a neutrality patrol
along the New England coast aa a result
or tne recent uerman submarine raid.
Other destroyers in the harbor were get-
una up swain.
Admiral Knight. Commandant of
the Narrangansett bay naval station
would not confirm the report but said
that while no official action - had been
taken to nut a neutrality Patrol Into ef
fect. It waa probable that such a patrol
would be established within a very short
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T"W"- -.--Z. hi. s .If jMfMf-WMX
inn. indlsma. West VlrglaU and Peamyl-
AUEKICAN OONirUL. PAYNB at 8t Tbomu
department that natives of that section are
badly in need of aid from the United States
a imut ux cue nceui numcaae. i
ATTEMPTS ef promoters to make personal nrof-
Its oat uf (be ortanliatloa of Joint stuck land
banks under the federal farm loan -bank ays-
lem msiiea is a warning DeUur Issued that
inns oy (lie aepsrtmeat or JuatlM may
MMCTF.CN COLUMBUS 81T8PECT8 held by the
Anmraa irajua were ini.etea roi
connection with Villa's raid m
or murder In
s tne border
SHOULD PKH8HINO MOVE SOUTHWARD toe
peoaicMuaea .oi aiexico wooia unite with Villa
5!TL. anay oeciarea reragees anlTiug
st El Paso.
LAWRENCE DODO clalmlnc to be a French
vrennnH purcaawnj agent was mid to
have admitted a portion of the charges aralnst
him.fty. Jlolatlon.ef the neuruiity laws of
ihc inni oiaieo n connection with wiipmeut
of arms to Lower California.
THE CHAMPION BALE of cotton for Grimes
wwoij waa sera lauraoay oringing alas. IV.
THE STATE LIBRARY A88OCIATIOH. opened
Its. anSual eonsenttoa at Oalvestoo Thufiiday.
A CASE of Infantile paralysis was reDorted at
KreeporC . This I the Srst ease la Brssoru
THE HIOHRST PRICE. for cotton ever recorded
in Temple was reached Thursday with the
stsple selling for 17 M cents per pound.
SAM H. DIXON of Houston wss the chief speak
er ai a mass meenua nera umr tne auspices
of the Hearae chamber of commerce Thurs-
A DISCU88I0N of Bra escapes and ktndred maf-
ters occupiea the second day of the contention
of the Texas State Association of Architects
DR. WILLIAM STARS JACOBS of Houston was
one or the rhier speakers at tne mcosd day's
sesslos of the Texas synod ef Presbyterians
at Bryan Thursday.
JT'DOE W. D. M'DONALD. emmlnent tn poli
tics county treesarer or Madlaon county and
a Confederate veteran. died at -his "boms In
Madlsooville Tearsday. .
BRIEPS la the InJUBrttoe case' er C E. Ollmora
lOTomag rignt oc tne ntste oeseoeratte com-
mittee to save a candidate fee railroad com-
missioner were Sled with the appeals court
at Ken Worth. y
WITNESSES TBSTIPTINO as
a fair trial oceupled tb day la
at Ware Is the esse ef T.
. rharaxd .with tha kllllaaTi
of state Bask Com-
m las loner ibha 8. PaUerana.
SECRET AKT THOMASSON of the Btn-Jt-Made-
in-lexas association-gave eat a statement in
Oalveetea that a campaign tor members for
the erganlaatloa weald be seaght (a s South
i Texas eamnslga tn be staged aooa.
L01TI8 1 LEONARD arrested la (HrfAtoa. -
eMrgeo with a notation or the Maaa act.
lUDSR ROblNSON Is M pec red to ptaskw st the
' ercoon iriai 01 auin jjrusseaaw at amua last
ef this meetb...vvtv . . ... t ;
COLITMBua DAT' wasi ejmwprlatety eslebrated.
Banqnet at KatghU of Ooluubaa hall was eae
of the featsree. r .-4 :.; .;. - -. ... (.....
LARGE rKRTIUIKR PLANT will be eoastrort-
;d la Houatnev adding aaotaet ladeamy ea
"iw. eiil vwMan. s . ... v -.
A HEW MATERIALS' TanKci rARnRATnRT
Is now being eonlped tor theIvU anglnsertag
densrtaasnt at. Ekavw ' "-1 - -
PLEAS OF OUtLTT were eerered hy Esr kfc-
yarlane and R. ( Casamlnga la aarcotio ease
w saw moerat coan. ..-.- r
ANOTHRR REmrCTIOIf ef e.ts la the key
n." . w as a teswt .ea impfsvsomeia
the are eppemtasv 4c4
rirTT-TWO 'CHILDREN have' been made te
sttesjd sehsol ahieertee eoappalaory sducattoa
--'taw-aeeaaje MmUn.?--..r)M .
DFI.EGATKS have seen named is atteed be
Bute eonveRtloa ef pareat-teavsner and metber
nvBiaaiMBB in Deaumonc . .
.ST. LOUIS BANKERS will phaee lanja same ea
bnslnees property Is 1 Hottstsav - Hare talU la
l -;eltg a hwestmeat deld. .-v' 'l"
MAYOR MXRMION of Hoostna Betgats wna eat
la his v salary ease the court of appeals ap-
hoMlng JuMke Asua's declatoa... tZTvTi 7j
AN INJUNCTION Is smirht te prevsnt tbe trana-
r- or stock la n an proruitcola company
sua tue uwni tuuwiema curporsnoa. .
C. H. '. cty ".nr'n at Plrmin.m
the ' Britbu "atearashlo "Btenhanu. bound I
from St . John's ttf : nht TorlC Sunday
evening before aba. was torpedoed off the
Nantucket Ughtship. "which ia 4 miles
from tbo neareat .inierlca
island of Nantucliet br the German eubJ
marine U-62'-They were Uken to New-
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ir m ' . jnwr ii aammaiism itty.0. 'am imm iwvfrv"' ilrK v' yiiuj igg& '
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Steamer Sunk by U-53
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The British steamer West; Point from
London to Newport News waa 'one of toe
first vessels to be sunk by the German
submarine U-53. off Nantucket lightship
after the warship had left Newport har-
bor. The photograph of her commander.
Captain F. O. Harnden waa taken after
he waa landed safely at Newport' -'O
FOR SHIP CHA1111EL
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strocted in HoostoB.
President of California Corporation
in Houston to rjjaage Details .
for Location of Hew
The ship channel haa drawn another big
enterprise to Houston.
When plans now under way 'are. com-
pleted a large fertiliser plant wH be con-
structed here. The Interests back oflt
are now arranging for a site which will
be a suitable location on the ahlp channel.
. The Pacifllc Bqne and Fertfllaer- cora-i
tanv of California. a million dollar cor-'
noratlon. Is behind the project. If hai'l
several plants on the coast manufactur-
ing fertiliser and chemicals on a largo;
scale. By locating here it will give. Hous-
ton three fertiliser plapta. Tha Armour
Fertiliser worka and the FldeUty Fertil-
izer company are the other two.
8. Peiser president of the company ar
rived In Houston Thursday te arrange the
details as to site and plana for develop-
ment. He waa urt willing Uo specify tbe
exact location of the proposed plant. V
PROPOSED TO DEVELOP '. ' - ; .
It is -proposed to. develop the .fertilizer
Industry. In Texas to ita fuUeatv extent.
While other parts .of the country will be
looked to aa a market thla' 8tate wfU be
developed aa a large consumer.
"There are Seven million tona of fer-
tiliser deed tn this country each year"
said Mr. Peiser. "Of .thla amount the
State of Georgia alone uaea one million
tons: If we can develop tha Industry
here the 6tate of Texas ;ought to ' nee
half a mlluon tona a year.. 11 we did not
think that waa so .we would .not" come
here." . -t.-'. .w.. 4. -
It is the purpoae of tha company" to de-
velop the fertiliser lnduatry along all the
possible lines manufacturing '-other by
products depending on the. future growth
ot tha enterprise. 'rf r n jv t
BAYS FARMERS REALIZE ' V
varnv IVKB l UKBaaiSV . ' V. I
' Fertiliser Is aa necessary to the Wm:
er as bread to eat" aald Mr. Pelaerv -
l money' In the bankv Tor it meazuf that'
much investment tae eoit'WQicn wiu
produce better crops Jf we can get any
support In the development or our plana. I
believe the enterprise wiU. be a valuable
adjunct to the urate." - . 4
Mr Peiser waa in Houston about; throe
weeka ago since whlcb umr ho haa made
a triy through tn North And East Ha'
said .conditions en' over ara prosperous
and- that the" way in whjch tne blc-iniUs
and Plan ta m rnnsnvania ana otber aec
tlona'ara worklnic day fand night ta get"
out orders ' ta wonderfully v lmbraaaive.
Many Ot tha plants Including even the
smaller factories rhave orders booked toi
One year In advance and he bellevea the
proaperity mi continue evun - eAwrthe
war is enaeo.--.'-fiw'".ci" ..vr.
f Jrsirsaiits reiiujjuo. v
X ItlA? 'gjts'isrs'sn-if POSH atfcaaa vV. "I 'vwiC
s HHXBNA. Uont Octobar W. harlea
W. Fairbanka republican oudldaUfer
vloe praaldent test night declared in an
address hare that the SO.WO.OCO men now
engaged tn war' wlU make -Indtv-'r'- T
"" te trn'iefli F " t l c
TEXAS HUDAY OCTOBER
small vessel of tli. tone. . Those at the
jaceh have given varying accounts. But
they aarea tbajt .a not was. tlrea across
tb bows eat the. veaeel while most of the
naaaengerawere at drhner. Then the cap-
taitt was notlfledlo 'dlaernbark crew And
paaaengera. After these had been taken
aboara we-owuwyep "eoi.epriano was.
by the submarine crew.
and ier Captain
DIVORCE WAS HADE
' 'PARAIIOUHT ISSUE
Epwccpsliajis May Refase. to R
; Barry DiTorcees.
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Question Debated at Length by the
Epiuopal Council but Final
. .''i Action Wat Hot
1 t(Astociattd Prist Report.)
ST. LOUIS. October 12. Remarriage of
divorced persons one of v the paramount
unruea before the Protestant. Episcopal
triennial convention provoked a spirited
three hour debate at Thursday's session
of tbe house of deputies).
After several vain efforts to bring to
a' vote a'.nroDoaal to amend the canons
Lot the cnurch to provide that no divorced
person having a partner etui living ahall
have ga 'wedding- ceremony performed by
.a clergyman of the church further dis
cussion of tbe. issue was postponed until
next- Saturday. The house of bishops
tbe upper house announced IfwouU con-
sider the proposal when presented to
them ; ' r
oA score of . clergymen and btyraen ar-
guing from acrlpturul and legal angles
parUclpated in the debate In the house
ot-deputlea . " which began with the sub
mission by Biv. Charles J. J. Wrigley of
BiokIyn.e tha report of the jotnbcooy-'
mission on .legislation op matters relating
to holx niatrimQny. Thla report recom-
mended that the present canon of the
church "which permits a clergyman of
the church to perform the marriage
cerernojy in the case of thai Innocent
party to a divorce granted on atatutory
grouaas provided the cane baa the ap-
proval of . the dioceaan bishop bo chang-wd-to
WOUtO.HARMONIZE WITH V
ROMAN .tATMOLIC CHURCH.
No marriage shall be solemnised in
thlav 'church - tiatween parties-- either of
vhom baa' a husband or wifesttll Hving
whot haa been -.divorced for any ' cause
arielng. after-marriage. . i- .
.;.tA'pmanMnrthe wr Ijri Wrigley
intimated that the proposed canon wouH
bring tbe. church Into harmony wttb the
Roflian Catholic church and that K would
"protoat against the moat s : scandalous
condition tbas aver exUted la the United
stawii.:... . si-..;-.
Other. speakers urged that tha proposed
eaaon -.would be Ineffectlva eoauea It
makee no. dUUncUon between tha maaa
of trivial .offenaea fop whiohQuryOurU
grant divorcee and the .greeS citnvavef
adulUry. Ha quoted the acrlptAiraa .fro-
quenuy bat support .of tbe rataiapjnanda
. ttiwLr ' : ' -'i . iiV';-"st-
.-v'lawwthet the ' lliitbteat t evUenee
in : the New. TaatainaatV?: h:m)4 to
show that aeue ChrBt ever save ab-
proval of iwnurll4p). .Oa the - CMtrafr.
ha Bcrtnturea indicate that even; the in
nocent t arty ; to a- divorce is ruiuy of
aduli'-ry In remarriage . For li0 years
tne v courcu w tne west Ane-itcan
P 1 n tt(t not airaw r"'....i
r oti li not.- rev- ay.
mtimmmum i ii imiiiinj r-ai
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'... Some TelliaAc Speech.
';i Any man who rovivea-tbo laaue of 'sectionalism In this country la un-
worthy the confldenca of the nation. f .: -'
And sectionalism la baaed upon .the radical danger of every nation namely
- Tha highway la not Intended first of all arid" chief of aU for the pleasure
vehicle. It waa made becau.se we need it in aU the material uses of our life.
The blood ot the nation will not flow In harmonious concord unless it can
flow in immediate sympathy.
The only thing that -breeds darknesa in the world is ignorance. j
i My present interest'is Chiefly in' the nationalization of America.
We have brought together all the elements aU the component parte of a
' great nation.
America came into existence " to show the way to mankind in .
every part of tha world to Justice and freedom and liberty.
Instead of exclusive combinations I want to see universal co-operation.
Why even tbe advertising men.. Who we thought were the sharpest com-
petitors In America have a national association In which they co-operate.
Nothing can be for tha interest of capital that Is not for the interest of
labor. . '
If men want to get rich they must have human relationships with those
who helped them to get rich. -
Society la the Jury. Tbe parties are not going to settle. The nation la
going toaettle and I am the counsel for the nation.
As a contest for office It (politics) Is contemptible but as a combination of
' thoughtful men to accomplish aomathing for the nation it la honorable.
."Talking through the haf ought to be a dead industry. It ought to be
dTuraged by icmpty 'halls. '
" I ain ready to Uh my own medicine. If I don't put up I am ready to
ah'ut up.' . ' . .' ' '"; ":
We have not allowed provocation to disturb pur Judgments. -We have aeon
to It that America kept bar noise when aU the rest of tbe-world seemed to
lues 1 li.mV. . . . ' --"!;:...
KIIMD IM RIOTS
Lawyer Fleeing From Scene Shot in
Bystanders Also Shot and May Die.
Police Fired Into Strikers
at Standard Oil
(Associated Prist Report.
ha tonne. N. J.. October 12. One man
was killed and at least a score wounded
two of them so seriously they are not ex
pected to live in a pitched battle here
late Thursday between striking employee
of the Standard Oil company and the po-
lice. The fight waa' the culmination of a
series of disturbancea that began
Wednesday and continued throvifhout
Wednesday night . and Thursday. New
Jersey militiamen back from duty along
the Mexican border who were aworn in as
special policemen aided in dispersing the
rioters who were terrorising the city by
looting and burning. . -
Half a doaen sheds ovenoeking me 011
refineries were set on fire before the au-
thorities were able to restore a semblance
of order by firing volleys or rifle and
pistol shots Into the ranks of the strikers
and their sympathisers.
Isador Niuiaky 23 years old a lawyer
who had no part In tbe rioting late Thurs-
day waa the man killed. He waa ahot
through tne oaca 11 era.
nine from tha scene ot battle and fell
doao. - T. : . ....
Harris Martin. i yearn " . i .w-
erf waa shot througt the right lung and
probably will die according to physioiana.
Edward Green SO yeans old waa ahot
through the left lung. He also probably
Five othera are In hospitals suffering
from wounds but are expected to recov-
Tk. nnii ranort that? more than - a
strikers and tbelr aytnpathisera who
were Injured were carried to their homea.
Aa far aa could- be learned none of the
policemen w mlUtiamen waS hdrt. A
fireman however waa ahot and wounded
i th. a. while attemntlna td at
tach a hoae to a hydrant in an effort to
drive away an unruiy uivwu. .
Reinforced by the militiamen Thursday
the police took JO atrikara. Pawners and
stance IS raia me saiuwa w
fled an order to close. Aa the advance
guard entered-the atrike area they were
met by missiles from roofs and dpprwaye.
They immediately opened fire which waa
returned by the strikers and their aympa-
thTbe" latter enraged by the 'fight with
tha polios Wednesday night to which one
woman waa killed and many f their num
ber wounded; bad announoed that the
police who attacked them would 00 m
80 aerloua bad the situation become on
Thursday algtif that the Bayonne Buai-
neea .Men's association .- announced' Its
members would close all their stores dur-
ing the continuance ot the strike.
- '' Jfsr ' '".
Another battle between the strlkare and
nlrtTwhen abont 1 ef'the fennef -whol
had aaeemblad in a alleywar Warn or
dered t move 'on. 8everal aheta were
exchanged w.nd the crowd scattered leav-
ing one. ef then- number behind - with
wounds la hla left aide and right leg.
None-of the police Was hurt however. The
police eatabllahed a "dead- line" behind
.- none of -strikers -wa permit tel
PRICE 5 CENTS
HUGHES WOULD HAVE I
When Usitma Was Souk He Would
Republican Nominee Answers Ques
tion at Louisville In Speech
He Scored Hew
(Associated Press Report.)
LOUISVILLE Ky... October U
Charles E. Hughes answering a queatlon
here Thursday night aa to what he would
have done when the Lusltania'waa sunk
declared that he would have "made 1
known In terms unequivocal and unmia
takable that we ahould not- tolerate 1
continuance of friendly relations when
notice was published with reference to
the threatened action." -Mr.
Hughes waa In the midst of hla dta
cusslon on the maintenance of American
rights when he was Interrupted by the
"The path of peace la the path of self
respect which maintains the dignity . of
our cltlaensbip and cements the friend
ship of all nations" he said.
A man from the audience Interrupted
"Justice Hughes Just a moment.
Please permit a respectful InterruDtion.
shouted the man. "What would you have
The heckler got no further for the mo-
ment. Hla voice wag drowned In cries.
noots ana catcalls.
."Please permit the queatlon to be
aaked" requested Mr. Hughee. 'T do not
want anykone ahut oft from- a courteous
(Continued bn Page Two.)
LiTllE PROGRESS MADE DW
WATSON HEARING AT WACO
Witnesses on Change of Venue Oc
cupied Stand Declaring-Fair
1 !..; . i ...
WACO. TexM .October "11 Judging
from progreaa that waa made- Thursday
in the case of T. S. Watson charged
with the killing of John 8. Patterson
State commleaioaer of banking "and fn
surahce it win require at. Heat a month
Co reach n final verdict-
- Business and - professional men" from
Waco and prominent fannera and 'mer
chants irom vanoua secuona of McLen
naA ' county were j nut en.th: witness
atana ana interrogates as to wnetnar tney
thought Watapn was guilty and whether
he could obtain a fair trial tohl ooun.
- f the ana wre -were
ssnu WiImi vu ruutv or kllllnat Fat
ierson but that a fair and iinperUal trial
couia no oownea nerev- . v -. -
The end ot -this" kind of teatimony Is
not in sight All ot Friday .wut probably
4e devoted to the same line of testimony.
There i mtu-h speeulmn ea to wheth
-'' 'Z ft"
0 ' i'
er or 1 t "re 1 iiiioe V l grant
1 FREE AUTO SCIU?
Trifs Coupon Good for On 2Sc r
'?ef Merchants Overland Automo-
Scrip when presented at tha office t
THE HOUSTON POST-
-IT PAY TO .REAO" THE POST
NOT GOOD CITIZEll
Shell PciWa IsUsvcriy cf Cc:H-
denceof Natica Dccbrtd Pto'
CO-OPERATION OF CAFITAL .
AND LABOX IS I.TCESSARY
Thoie Who Want J Get ;Eioh
Should Have Human f Belations
With Those Who Help Tieiui Get
fcich Good Eoads Heceiaa :
' (Associated Prett Report.) .
INDIANAPOLIS Dctpbey 12.-
dent'Wilson Thuriiday replied to the
republican claim 'that the dem.ocra.Ua
party' is a sectional party' witn'tho
stetement that '.'any man who rrtves
the issne of sectionalism in this coun-
'try is unworthy of the confidence of
the natton." i -i J
The president came to Indianapolis
to address meetings of good roads ad
vocates and formers review an auto
mobile ' parade celebrating the good
roads day of the Indiana centennial
and attend a 4 non-partisan 'luncheon. . .
He was seen by crowds which packed
the street for blocks. In his first 1
set speech he spoke of the good done
by highways in preventing - 'se
tlonalism. i .'
"My feUow cltlxens" he aald. T need
hot tell you that 1 did not come here to -.
talk politics .but there la one thing that
is pertinent in this connection which I .
can not deny myself the privilege of say'. v
fng. Any man who revives the issue Of
sectionalism in thla country ia uhworthy
of the confidence of tbe nation. He abowa '
himself a provincial he shows that be
himself does not know the yariona eec- ;
tiona of hla own country; he ahowa that
he haa ahut hia own neart up in a uttio
nmvinca and that thoae who do not Seek
the special intereata of that province are
to' him aectlonat while be alone la na-
tional. That is the depth of antb-patriotlo
feeling." a ' " ' 1"
At both meetinga tha president's ad
dressee were interrupted by applause and
hand clapping. ' f.
DEMOCRATIC ADMINISTRATION -
HELPED FARMERS OF NATION "
The second set speech was devoted to-
a discussion of the works of tbe demo
cratic administration for the farmers of
tha nation. - : v
The president left her at 5: o'ctocK
in Or af tornoon for Long Branch; N. 4.
where lie win arrive Friday afternoon at
2 o'clock. . . --.. ' ' '
In hia good roadg apaecb tbe preaident.
said in part: 4 t-"
T am here because -of my Interest in -
tha cause of good roada and because ef
my interest in the State of Indiana. t.The 1
highway ta not Intended first of aU and
chief of all for the pleasure vehicle. It Is
made because we need it in all the Uia'-
terlal uses.of our life..- " ' ?
"It ia-perfectly obvious that you bave
got to hayb an intricate end perfect net-
work it rdads throughout the length and
breadth of thla great continent before you
wlU have released the energies of America.
Good roads are necessary for every prac
tical aspect of our uvea to draw neigh-
borhoods together to create community
of feeling. The blood of the nation Will
not now in narmonioua conoora umeea 19
can flow in Immediate aympathy. ' ' '
"And ao the arguments the material
argument the argument about marketV
and crops and the products of the mines
aink into relative unimportance wivsn you.
consider the spiritual thing that you are '.
doing in making roada. You: know them
la an old saying that the linea between
sections are obliterated only by the feet
that cross them. There is a 'saying of
great English writer that he never "could .
hate a man he knew. And sectionkUsm ia
baaed upon the radical danger of every
nation namely ignorante. 'The only thlnf
thaT breeds darknesa in the world-- la
Ignorance; the. only thing that really.:
binds a nation together ia the knowledge
of its several parts of each other
ANY MAN WHO REVIVES
SECTIONALISM IS UNWORTHY. . ;
"My fellow oltlsena I need not tell you
that I did not come here to talk poUtica
but there is one thing that la pertinent
In this connection which I can not deny-
myself tbe privilege of saying. Any man
who revives the issue of sectionalism In
this country Is unworthy of the confi-
dence of the nation. He shows himself a
provincial he shows that he himself does
not know the vraloua sections of hla own
country he shows that he had abut hla
own heart up in a little province and that
thoae who do not aeek the special interests
-i' - (Continued on Page Five.) - -
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Keep the temperature right and
turn the egga every day. Then
you can hatch 100 egga aa easily.
Very often poultry breeders ad-
vertigo "Guaranteed Egga" In tbe
"Poultry and Pet Stock7' column Of
Post Want Ads. . "
Whatever it Is you want you'll
find It at one time or another over
on the Want Ad pagea of The Poet
It'a a directory of poultry Wants
and poultry auppliee. u i if 5 v
If you have anything to offetv-a
setting of ggs. a new. Strain of
'- chicken an Incubator a brooder a
3 patent feeder onnning nana pre-
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'" i- devlcea bow in demand tall . The
t'ablg fanjat. tt f a "
Tou can- bring phone mail 1
'.'? send .your ad tz
HollslonV Vcxlry C "
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