The Houston Post. (Houston, Tex.), Vol. 30, No. 335, Ed. 1 Friday, March 3, 1916 Page: 2 of 14
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HOUSTON DAILY POST: FRIDAY MORNING MAKtH 3 191b. .
11 UMm at"FM.V HOIK! I." THB aavuTsrwateTT
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WOMEN'S HIGH BOOTS
17 M and 5
An opportunity to buy really fine high grade
Boots at reduced price. Satisfactory fit assured
in the entire lot but not in any one particular style.
America Could Muster Great Army
Bat It Would Be '
America coul.i quickly pjt on fool a
tremendous army. b'Jl lb fitness for
eorvice would be another rrutier. It is
pointed out that a Urge percentage ot
American men particularly those o( the
dtiea are not in good physical condi-
Bua "" . . . -
tion. They are dyspei'tm and are af-
fueled with nerve trouuk-a. (
The defensive strength of the oun-
try can be vastly enhanced b eradkal-
ing from among its twenty million men
their bad nerves and tneir indigestion.
Nature has Mrmshed three things that
are moat defensive assets to this coun-
try. Two of them are the great oceans
on the east and west that are barriers
against Invasion and the third is a P)"
uct ot ine uin naiurai iiaiiias. i
latter Is the one thing that can ana.
la building up me pnyaicai aireiiKui vi uic
nnl. It i. Ihe creatHl of ul knflWtll'
natural tonics throughout many states;
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it has brought freedom to sufferers of
chronic disorders of stomach liver kid
neys and blood.
Vitalitaa offers a means of prepared
ness to every family preparedness :
against many its that man-made meili-!
clnes do not reacn. u is one 01 .a- i
ture's shorteyt routes hak to health for
those who suffer various chronic Ills.
Tor sale by all druggists Advertise-
ITALIANS TELL OF DEFEATING
ENEMY IN FIGHT NEAR MARTER.
AsticiGtei Press Report.)
HOME iria London. March J. 11 H p m i
The war oflV'- communi'-ati -n tilav ayf .
"A itiua.i euemy atuck near Ur;er in tbe
Val ISnsana was repn!ed. O'tr bav artillery
has ii.-.-fu!lr twrnhacled tlie Toh'.a'-b mil-
rd tiit.-iii. Ai-'iia tl" :ilre Iwid-' fiviot
tlae tiad e.. aii-r im. --.n t i :. 11 ! with -ne;..
In fbe bit'or r.-gwn-. Inn nr ratrt Imae hcvn
parti'-tllarlv B'-uve in iiaraib tb. eueuiv lu
the treu l ibt ir rifln lire ami rrenada.
"Our artillery bai aiiellwl imtxirtanl objec-
tire. iiHlil'hu tbe Santa Inla htation abd
THmln... ne of . ir halterl- bating daringly
attaeko.1 a ravori'i poeition. oprned a anrprlw
are and eff tiv. tj eliel !J ' nfiny .arracks abd
abelter U-bind I'.ora heicht."
To Drive Out Malaria
and Build Up the System
Take tbe Old Slto-lard GROVE'g TASTKLE.-M.
rkUl TONIC. Vou tnow what you are takuta.
as tbw forcna'a la printed on aviry label aaoat-
AT ONCE! STOPS
'Tape's Diapepsin" Makes Sick
Sour. Upset Stomachs
neutralizes Acids in Stomachs !
Starts Digestion and
''' If you had some Diapepsin handy and
would take a little now your ttiach
distress or irtrligestion would vanish in
Jtve minutes and you would feel fine
I This harmless preparation will digest
i anything you est and overcome a sour
out-of-order stomach before ou realize
If your meals don t temp! you or what 1
'J little you do eat seems to lill vou or lava1
f like a lump of lead In your stomaoli or 1
- I Ia hana-t ti..r ( 1... r ia i
; inoiirenion. i
:- Aak your pharmacist for a 50-cent case
Of Pape's Dlapepsit. and take a little'
juata as noun aa vuu can. 1 nere win
be no .our risings no belching of un-
aigeauen rood mixed witn arid no stom-
' " ach gas or heartburn fullness or heavy
feellna; In the stomach nausea dehilitat-
Lng headaches dizsiness or Intestinal
ariDlng. This will all go. and. besides.
i t. there win be no undigested rood left over
In the stomach to poison your breath
: With nauseous odors
' . Cape's Diapepsin Instantly regulates
ri eut-of-order stomachs because It pre-
vents fermentation and takes hold of
. If your stoinach wasn't th.ra -
. Relief In five minutes from all stomach
' mlearjr la at any drug store waiting for
Theee lagn M-oent cases contain more
s thaa aufficimt- to thoroughly overcome
any ease of dyspepsia. Indigestion of any
other . slotnack durtrant'e. Advertlso-
Vtejli.. n- v . 1
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The Rawlings' Texas League Ball is
an official ball and is the best ball on
the market Send us your orders.
Write for a copy of our Baseball and
FRENCH CLAIM NEW
MADE NO PROGRESS
Continued from Page One.
ami taken into Trinidad by British
A dispatch from Trinidad says nothing
is known there concerning the Moewe.
The British admiralty has made public
its instructions to armed merchantmen.
Vrmament Is supplied to such vessels the
Instructions say solely for the purpose
lf resisting attack by armed enemy ves-
sels and must not he used for any other
ACTION ON MANY
(Associate i Press Report.)
PARIS. March Tbe ..ffl'ial wr oflire .tate-
""' ""' f";
' 'a Blinm Uitnna Ires bwe bees i
reefed hy nor artillery against the Uerman or-
caniiaii"n ..m of tsteensiraete.
Betwwn ibe s and tbe oie a rer
man a itestrvyed by wir hatteries Doar
.-uippe- I -J I '
.! Ulr -ii..mr ne
ID t!if Arr- rtl mo rtMnlftl rnmntnilM
tr-f noriii of ll.iraz.'e r .Q thf t"!;ii.v him
"Nertu of Vnluu uu-l in tlie .fre th
a'TlTitT Af the et).-nir artMlerv which had ahaterl
I aomearbat durlnjt tue pre.-eJini liaia waa con
1 .i-ierani in. rvei in tiie .-.j.iriM' .f tbe dav
i-a the entir" Pn.nl. an. I nrin.-inattT i.n 1
Mort Homme tbe fule Dni I'olere nod id to-
I rc on "f IViiaiiDi'Mit. At tbe lar namM iMint
I the boronanlment aa followed he wtpihI at
fee "i iDfantrv of eitrtMn alrWen-e. Thi
"r"" "r '' repuied by our truep
ted tbe enemy rank
our rmttfritjH replied enTgtl-ly PTprr
wlir' m the homhardmDt and shelli th eo
i-tnVd r1 of cetntTiunication
wmfumfii rn raiirmia at t run? !). Arronl
ios to oir oharrr two Urea w-rt tartfi v
t ra! train were bit (. a I'm onwiiTe was Mown
"In l'prr Maacf liion- lia- lean rreat
tiTity m ibf iart i yh xAWuv in lb r
cmn or iijm.k
flpi'ppw"! 44 -ln!i ( Hi! i t t .-n h- Ma
tmn bt rrjambkr. whicb atiif nrnl i-. ba- iif
tYre'l fiTv -liirjiaKt' Not itiniraiuiii.i; n
J It ranri"tiie tb ar.p;iues ri'im-l in afty
I ' T--i ''ir kri(!ar('- 1 r-ii- I V he!lt .n
Th1 riilwar -tation at B'n.lt.rt n1 niuv nr
)ertfli m tbe en em r eitablihmfuu at Ati-1-
rtmrr . '
Tli Belgian oflk ial romraiinicati -n rrad :
"ArtlUiM-y 'hie la bate fw.-urTM in tb anb-
frn parr f the front. Tben wi Aa-hting with
bombs to tbe direction of Httfenstraete."
'Associated Press Report.)
i BKRLIN. Murrb - 'rj wirelesa to SayTUIe).
IT- war 8V. .intftnent tMay followg
tlie Yever illatrlrt tbe piifmi'i artlllerr was
'On th ia.t-rn bunk f( the Meun tje French
"n-'e inf -ta'Titt'ecl trops in iietsi '-omnter
utia-k aaaiii"t th forirvw -..f Umauinttnt.
Ka-tern front: Ou ti n.ethern imrt of thl.
finut tber? wre Tery aplrlted artlllerr eniraie
menu at feverl pla'a. (ierman Beld (una
made iiTeiwful attack on detaepmenta o( eu
Nortbweat of Mitati a Ruaaian alreraft waa
hot down in an aerial ttfbt. The oreupanta
'ierman airmen anceenrallj attacked tba
Balkan theater: There la not hi or to report."
; TURKS DRAW BACK
(.fjjocicifii Press Report.)
PETROT.RAD ITla Loudon. March 1. mid
"' Ti'oiiowm omciai eommuaieatioD waa
"Weatern (Hnaalani front: In the dlatrlet of
Uke Kamrer tb Uensana hae bombarded La-
preneah and Bii'aunuem. Nbineroua German
aertalaoea haae bombed tbe Rica aector and
there aaa.beeo an aerial bombardment between
Ikakull and KlisiDbof on the Dvlna rleer
Oitr artiUery bat deeeleped an ecaekna
Ore mlDit Noto AieiandroTek and toe Tour-
In tialleia on the middle Strips front the
'fermana tw.e attempted to approach our
trenebea. but were repul.ed.
'tamanu rront: Toward Erxlnflan tTtir-
ki.h Armeula Mitbweat of Krseromi tbe Turk.
...iitiDite their relr.-at. Here our earalrr found
tour LOinu r..l..ni.H h. il. t i
Bltlla tbe enemr rnntlnnea bin retreat under
'he preMitre of our tro.it. We haee x--u.i
Knmaik and tli Nekarank euureu
urtbst .of Bltlla.-'
I aeren nillaa
Associated Preti Report.)
IXMKiN. Man-0 Z. 11:35 p. ra. As oflctal
ronimtinieatlon tonight aar.'
uritiab wre.-ka reported to the hoard of
trade In Kebniarr axttreaated a nvntwina
lues of 4J iitp. inrinded In the wrecks ware
U eteamahlne of a total tonnage of Ba.asw.
Ten of tueae ateamera were aunk br enemr
warahlpa wltb s loea of M Urea tn br --
wtta a.ioea or ii iiTea. mr y a nine or
aubaaarine with a loaa of eight Urea aud on
br bomtia frooi a aeaplane with a loss of 13
"Of 2T aalling ahlns lost all were aunk Jr
NO CHANGE ON
THE TURKIoH FRONT.
lAtfitttd Prut Retort t
CONSTANTINOPLE. Uare. I tela London
P Tbe war JBca eoBmualcatieB to
SUUHARY . OF HEWS
: THE WEATHER.
(Asteciilti Pnss Rfr.)
WASHINGTON. " Mare. S. Baet Taiaa Frt-
fry j.ir. colder; Saturda.T fair riaing t.llipera-
tura Wni Texas FticiaT fair. colder; Saturday
fair warmer. . . M
Loulaiana FrictaT fair colder; Saturday ftr.
Fnreraat for llimarao and ilelalty Friday
General? flr ireaiher. .....
Teirirxranu-" fvln-mn and prerfpltatlne at
Hout"U f.t '-' eiidiuir T p. Bl. Tturxlay:
M.vtn.uiu S-'. iiiinliuuui 8J.
Atn"srtiri' t Hoaaroo it p. m..
a level ra.ttaj;. '-V96.
Kuan Krtitay Miseet :SS p. m
11. 1M.V 19H
. S 48 31
CW l .Ml
. -' A! 5
7 Ml :5
T SO M
n. WS per cent. J
fi a. m
10 a. ui
: V B
. l. m
7 p ut
p. a. tti per cnt.
Houston Calendar for Today.
1 Banqutt hall city auditorium at 8
p. m. university xtnslon lecture on
"Orel Hauptvertreter Dea Modernen
Deutachen Romani" by Rolf Felix Weber
Key theater "The Immigrant."
I ait theater "The Soul Market."
Zoe theater "Betty of Graystone."
Liberty theater The Pool of Flame."
Queen theater "Poor Little Pepplna.'
Crown theater "For a Woman' Fair
Majeattc theater Vaudeville met l nee
Auditorium Wreetllng Pet Brown va.
Prince theater Everywoman" mati-
nee and night.
TMK HOI SK Hurt 1V1 to W aaainnt th pro
ptwtt rpHhtt'iinn in tullace fr'Ui .V veuta t
i-en(t a mile
1 K! KN lS of Uniu t Bran.et. teatifving h
(Mf ih -eiiai" iutitiary niieitmuuittee. k ul
Mi Brandriit' ppiif iits arv ohleBv tii'tu mo.
i init-rit win- b h? attu'-ae-l.
1' I A L atTeiu.'n i was rf a-beU hy t b botw?
millta.. finimittee .q It bill imreM oi
the unuT. whi-h will pwt1o ftr a ro f-ot
ins tr TUi).iXiO iuo. tDclutlinc rrjriilar. m.iitia
ntt tVtKral v.iluuteero.
THAT fVtinatr General BrleB pnMnpte!
rreiflent 'ilKu"?i (1emanl lv a te
rr'hiti'iDjt of warutpg a? a ixilittoal mve to
mharran n-puhll'-Miit anl Mr. Burleou' po-
litical optlM'Vtft waa nimorvfl.
THK attorney detendinc Cblcago ywitha who are
allea-ed to hate Ml.bed tbe Wasblnitoo t'ark
NarKal bank said that police bid teen
pruiuiaed a lentb tf tbe loot.
a rORONER'S Jl RV declared that Harry Jeaa
killed hi wife and himself their bodies bar
ins been found near Mukoe. ok. where tbey
were epeudiux laeir beueaiwn.
JOHN M iiRATH. Theodore Roooeeelt a aecre-
tare. dtrecred that tbe latter'a name be taken
off tbe primary ticket In I lllo.de. tbia twins tbe
numb State in mbi.-b Mr. Rooae.elt baa re-
fused to allow bia uauie ou the ballot.
TWO MTRDKR mvmeriea puuletl Dallac po
li'f. tUe Duct? of au Italian benc fnuinl In tbe
Mottstou aurl Tea tVntral yanti wt to
riftu anil a nert farmer being killed hy a
bullet ttrtM tbrwutb tbe window of bi btne.
JOVF.RNOR KER;rsN. speaking to a March
sather.pt; at NaTwta. ald that when Wil-
liam J. Brrgn oouiea to 1xan bl vicious
) l rine of uea"e at anv pri'1 should Qnd uo
i.-ttni'-nt in tli- Itrt-a-'tn of loyal Teain. The
jiiMTUtT aci-epled for tlte State the bouM
wherr the Trias d-laratton of indenendeuce
nbnps at Lk"nt-p are m crowded
that 10U additional tuvn are belug
FORKCLOSLRK proceed I wpi arainat the Frtro
fw prel'ted nt an early date aa hankers
nnnected with the rtorranljatio0 projwt re
npfMted to reject tbe plan submitted by the
MlsMmrt public M-rvtce ('inniisfioij.
TRKDK TRIP now hi net- on ratp that railroad
wilt itie h- party of e vurMt'iitetw.
yiTl.Kl'S of oHnpeinv of teamn tn Teias naval
militia f 'fined mi rerruit mustered m.
KNIGHTS OK COLl'MBUK dance at Bender an
nJo.vahle affair. Seventy live couplee
MARDI OR A ft IVri was rarried out at Hhriners
ball. Arabia IVmpJe bosi to la rye crowd at
HONS OF ERIN wHI ntsse novel hall. IrUh
Ameriian club plans to booor memory of Hub-
H(T-STON ROTARIAXS Invaded North Side
High -lV"! Tburday. where tbey were guests
IIKNRY WINKKI.MAN made hrirf Matement
ii ja"ili wbt b laudru uiui in hospital with
Hot .-"TON will pmOt by reoreanliatton f
htnittiern bra lichen tf the r risco and tuelr sepa
nithn fr-n tli s.-lui.
WII.BI R denies kn.-wledce of South Knd bir
fflariei. "Oil tnaunnte' cltugs to story that h
iMircnawed Moit-n Jewelry.
KtTI REMENT of Hurnell may tennlaate in
f-'iirt. t minty enaineer In eipe'teti
leiral means to kocutp his salary.
8PEER Ml BDKFt CAE will be opened
tln . I'hyrtician he placed on tri
killinc f J. K. Christian last August.
ARMS ONLY FOR DEFENSE
IS ORDER TO MERCHANTMEN
British Admiralty Gives 8triot Di
rections Abont Avoiding At-
tacks lpon Enemy Ships.
(Associated Press Report.)
LONDON March 2 10:30 p. m. The
British admiralty tonight officially made
public the admiralty's orders to armed
merchantmen given October 20. 196.
The orders Bay the armament of such
vessels must be used solely for resisting
an attack by an armed vessel and for no
othr purpose. As British submarines
and aircraft are ordered not to approach
mere hantmen th orders nay the ap
proach to a British merchantman of a
submarine is to be regarded aa done with
The official statement reada:
"In view of the recent Issue bv the
German government of a memorandum on
the treatment of armed merchantmen.
the admiralty has decided to make public
the instructions actuatlv irnverninir the.
actions of British merchant vessels armed
lor self deiense.
OCTOBER 20 AQAIN STATED
"Instructions dated October 2U 1915
are the status pf armed merchant ships:
"The right of the crew of a merchant
vessel forcibly to resist visit and search
and fight In self defense is well recognized
in international law and expressly ad
mltted by the German prize regulation In
an addendum issued June 1914 at a
time when it was known that numerous
merchant vessels were bain a armed for
'Armament Is supplied solely for the
purpose of resisting attack by an armed
enemy vessel and must not be used for
any other purpose whatsoever.
An armed merchant vessel therefore
must not In any circumstances interfere
or obstruct the free passage of other mer-
chant vessel or liahlng craft whether
tnese are friendly neutral or hostile.
The statu of a British armed mar-
chant vessel can not be changed upon
the high seas. The use of explosive bul-
lets Is forbidden.
"Circumstances under which armament
HtDun oe enipioywu.
rne armament is supplied for the but
pose of defense only the object of the
master snouia aa to avoid action wtven
Palestine Home Burned.
Woustoi Post SpeeUtl.) '.
PAIvESTOSB Texas. March I. The
horn of Mr.. T. T. Bewer was destroyed
by Are Tuesday night The .housa and
uriusuipta waa inaureo.
Ta rrev.nt th. aria
Cold eases Oris La aa tie. Bresx Ovinias ra
W Am. KccdTOig New SUpmeiatts
Qwr (KiFfcrfts for
amme owr stock ofteira for f reqaeiatly we sKall receive tKe "sometKing diffjFereiat.'' . .
AN EXTEA VALUE Beatsfl Cut Glass Clock .American movement extra good
$3.95. Water Set Pitcher and Six Glasses easily worth $8.50 for $5.95
819 Mam Street
FOR THE PRESIDENT
Warned Texans Against Bryan's
Governor Accept Site of Houie
Where Texas Independence Pact
Wu Signed Barbecue
(Hoajloa rj.; SptcM.)
NAVASOTA. March J. A strong plea
for the support of President Wilson in his
handling of the diMomatic situation was
made here this afternoon by Governor
James U. Ferguson during the course of
an address commemorating the birth of
"There are two kinds of peace" as
serted the governor "peac at any price
and peace with honor. The people of
Texas would not be true to their glorious
heritage if they failed to support the
president in his insistence on me preser-
vation of American rights and American
honor. William J. Bryan is coming here
soon to spread his vicious doctrine of
peace at any price and he should be given
to understand clearly at the outset that
it can ftnd no lodgment in the breasts of
More than Z5O0 people heard the gov-
ernor's address and he was frequently ap-
K lauded. The occasion was rare in the
istory of this county. In the morning
the governor accepted on behalf of the
State the site of the house where the pact
of Texaa independence was signed. In
the afternoon he made a brier address on
the elements of pariotism before the
school children of Navasota and at Its
conclusion the youngsters escorted their
distinguished visitor to the edge of the
school campua. where the address of the
day was delivered.
The governor spoke for more than 40
minutes. Several times he scored Mr.
Brvan for what he termed the Nebras-
kan's Inrtdelity to the president who had
honored him with high office and the peo-
ple who had three times indorsed him as
It takes two people to breed peace lust
as it takes two people to breed a tight.
If either of them honestly desires peace
he will pa any price but one his honor.
The same thing is true of nations and in
the storm of dissension which is sweep-
in the world no man can say that
America has failed to do her part toward
the preservation vi peace. Kverything
save our honor we have yielded. Fur
ther than that we can not go and it is
the Imperative duty of every citizen to
stand by the president in this crisis which
threatens war. I am sure the head ot the
nation need have no fear of Texas and
The Navasota reception committee was
composed of George B. Neal. former lieu
tenant governor of Texas. Ward Temple-
ton and Mayor Hal D. Stoneham.
SHORT NEWS ITEMS
PICKED FROM WIRE
KROWNSVILLi:. Texas. March 2 lj
Waiton. an appoint.-e of the I'nited States
naval a.-adtmy. t..day received advices
tliat lie hail passed the necessary exam-
inations. WAI'KEiJAN 111. March 2.- A two-
year fislil to delay death that discoveries
of value to medical science might be
made was lost here yesterday In the
death of Dr. William C. Bouton.
NEW ORLEANS. March 2. Residents
are fleeing from Bayou Sara fearing a
break in the levee which protects that
town from the Mississippi river flood ac-
cordir.K to information received here to-
LANSING. Mic h. March 2-Henry Ford
Detroit manufacturer today asked the
secretary of state to withdraw his name
ftom the Mi.-lilgan republican primary
ballot on which Mr. Ford is a candidate
ST. LOUS. Mar.-h 2. S. P. Merriam.
chief rlerk In the office of the treasurer
of the Cotton Belt railroad lias been ap-
pointed paymaster of the road with office
CHILD GETS SICK
Look at Tongue! Then Give Fruit
Laxative for Stomach
"California Syrup of Figs" Cant
Harm Children and
They Lqve It.
A laxative todav saves u sick child
tomorrow. Children simply will not take
the time from play to empty their bow-
els which become clogged UP with waste
liver gets sluggish; stomach sour.
look at tne tongue mother: if coated.
or your child Is listless cross feverish
breath bad restless doesn't sat heartily
tun of com or has sora throat or any
other children's ailmertt glv. a teA-
spoonful of "California Syrup of Fig. '
then don't worry because tt la perfectly
harmless and in a few hours all thl.
constipation poison sour tils and tor-
menting wast will gently move out of
th. bowels and you will have a wall play-
ful child again. A thorough "Inside
cleansing" Is oftlmes all that is naceasarv.
tt should be the first treatment given inj
any sickness. 1 .. X
Beware of counterfeit Jig syrups. Aak
yout druggist for a 60-eent bottl. of
''California Syrup of Figs" which ha.
full directions for babies children of all
age. and for grown-ups plainly printed
on tha bottle.
k carsfufly and see that
191S ih&l! b to mak
in St Louts
succeeding J. U Tracy de-
ROANOKE Va.. March I Major Catt-
lett Conway Taliaferro of Roanoke real
estate agent of the Norfolk and Western
railroad and widely known as a Confed-
erate veteran died suddenly today in
New York lie was 69 years old.
DALLAS. Texas March 3 A cham-
ber of commerce trade excursion with
Brownsville as its southern terminus will
begin from this city April 2S according to
announcement today. Houston. Beau
mont and Corpus Chrlsti also will be vis-
ited. SPRING FIELD 111.. March :.-Secre-tary
of State Stevenson received a letter
late today from John W. McGrath sec-
retary to Theodore Rooaevelt. saying Mr.
Roosevelt has no Intention of filing a peti-
tion aa a candidate In the primary of any
party in Illinois.
CHICAGO. March Th. number of
reported crimes in Chicago In Ksbruaty
was 1544 a reduction of 27 per cent com-
pared with those in the same month last
year according to the report of Chief of
Police Charles C. Healey to Mayor Wil-
liam Hals Thompson today.
WASHINGTON. March l.-Colonel Wil
liam Black ohief engineer of the depart-
ment of the East with headquarters at
New York was appointed today chief of
engineers of the army to succeed Briga-
dier General Dan C. Kingman who re-
tired March S because of age.
SACRAMENTO. Cal.. March 2 Gov-
ernor Johnson declined today to extend
clemency to Glenn Witt and Charles Ox-
nam sentenced to be hanged tomorrow
for the murder at Los Angeles of William
M. Alexander affrapttallst who formerly
practiced law at Dallas Texas.
BIRMINGHAM. Als.. Msrch 2 The
The Alabama progressive executive com-
mittee today called a State convention in
Birmingham May 17 to elect national del-
egates. Resolutions urged that both the
progressives and republicans nominate the
same candidate for president.
NEW ORLEANS March 2. Several
hundred Yale graduates are here for the
fourth annual reunion of the Associated
Yale clubs which began tonight. George
Nettleton professor of English literature
at Sheffield Scientific school is Yale's of-
ficial representative at the reunion. In-
vitations nave been extended to 1SO0
graduates in the Southern States. The
reunion will be concluded Saturday night.
Fattmas sr. cool and
comfortable to throat
And they never lsava
"that over-.moked feel-
ing" that follow soma
cigarettes which are not
ao killfully blended
Bought Sold Quoted
flEUIIAUS & CO.
8TOCK8 BONDS NOTES
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DR. BROOKS OPENED
Spoke Nearly Two Hours to Large
Crowd in Marshall.
Applauded Loudly When He Refer-
red to President Wilson and
Policy of Preparedness.
Levee and Banquet.
(Houston Post Sptciol.)
MARSHALL Texas. March S Accept-
ing an Invitation sent out to all th. can-
didates who have announced for th. office
of I'nited States senator Hon. 6. P.
Brooks of Waco opened his campaign
here tonight before a large audience in
the auditorium of the city hall. Many
women were present.
Dr. Brooks arrived here last night
stopping at the Marshall hotel and met
fronds and the committee today. At noon
he tookla trip through the big shop of
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th. Texas and Pacific railway greeting
the men and shaking hand with them.
Tonight he waa joined at the hotel
bv the committee of the Young Men's
Business club and escorted to the city
hall the Texas and Pacific band glvlni?
him a musical welcome. At S o'clock ho
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In' a brief speech which gave a short his-
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greeted with prolonged applause.
Mr. Brooks spoke for nearly two hours
and was given the closest attention by
every one. Many times throughout the
address the speaker was Interrupted with
applause especially when referred to
President Wilson and his policy of pre-
At the close of Mr. Brook's address
many crowded upon the stage to meet
him and for some time he held a levee
and met thosl who approved his speech.
Mr. Brooks was tendered s bsnquet here
afterward by his friends. To morrow he
will go to Gilmer to speak.
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