The Houston Post. (Houston, Tex.), Vol. 33, No. 160, Ed. 1 Tuesday, September 11, 1917 Page: 3 of 14
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A. 1 a..a- A. - I I 71'-'
RED'SOX LOST GROUND M AMERICAN
Evea.;Brei Vith itionak: Left 'Pottcn-StiU Seven: Gainei
X I Behind 3ucagot and Loser in'PoinU. y ''-
i Vi UmAW YS RtporU)- V i
teAHHtNOTON - Sept.' 18. Boston Tost
roundin.lbe American .Jeau pennant
race Monday whtn tlf pllt vft with
Washington hi -avvdeubleheader winning
thsneeond un after toeing the first!.
.-..ft.'- -2.-.; '.:isiv- " AW .s 'i: ... 4i-"
fMsL'-f -AbH Ve-Al i Wart Ab H
Hooper rt.. 1 fll
B4rrr. 2b -J.. I 1
Oaloar. TV .. 4 48
Lewta. ir. . . i s 7s
Rlee. rf ..ri. 14
Hwet.r 8b ..;4..0 J 1 1
Walker ct I O S 6
a o 4.4
t S18 4
I I 48
w Ak -
A .'...' I- 0 ' 0
totals ;;.:Jt SST tt
' ! TWb ....16 IMU
fi( McNaUv la alata. - : -
cNslly le slats.
I r tssisgt: - SB C
rtoT ...... COO 100 0001 1
4erla. H iltlaa. Obarrtt.
Rhanka. . Two-fcaaA hits Ghar-
pity. Scott Thr-baee hit Lewis. Stoles
base Gharri ty. Bsaes aa baHsv-Og Uufr 4
off Rath 4.
Htrwk oat ur llarprr a Dy Bam ii
tlmptraa WorUrttr ami
aa u'LoufUiin. tibm i
aaar 'and 40 cuautea.
Ah H Pb A
Wuk Ah n Pa A
rt ... s 0 1 0
Hhanka. a I O S 1
in. a i X a
w.j. aw ... w A v a
oMUhL lb. i in g
Mllaa. r.. flit
lawte. U .... I 0 It
Sbortea. et... i 1 1 ol
big n a... a a a v
Koatm. 2b .. 4-2 I S
aentt. aa .... 4 l 8 o
lieNally ... 2 0 0 1
ataaw. c ... 4 1 4 1
ObarrltT. lb. 4 0 T" 1
A A 1 a
kUia. a S 0 0 2l
Shaw n ..
. 10 0
roan so oiao 12
I Obairitj oat. hit by batted ball.
" B liialBti: B B K
001 020 010-4 8 0
Waahlactoa 200 100 000 8 0 0
. SaaiBarj: Knaa HoblltaeL Bbortao Mara 2.
Uaok7. UlUa. Bice. Threa-baaa hit iUan.
tUalca baaaaJ-Alnamlth. Shorten 8 Maaoakra
Baity. Baaea on ba.Ha Off Shaw T. off Mua 1.
f track out 3i Shaw 4. by Maji 4 by Dnmonl
UBplrea-fO'Loaf hlln and Mortartty. Tlma "Li
tamo i wo anora ana nra mtnataa. a
YANKEES TWICE WINNERS.
Mack Used Gene Bailey Houston Boy In
- . me uutnaia.
PHILADELPHIA Sept. 10. New York
When George Comes
Match Is ooon Due
' Things are picking up in the wrestling
game.' George has been around 'to talk
the situation-over. He is an unfailing
barometer of mat storms. As sure as
1 Pet Brown is to get in the ring so sure
Is Oeorge to come arouna to hear opinions
. .arxl express his.
) George once missed a match. It is the
one black mam of his career. In each
1 of his wrestling conversations he refers
i to the calamity with much regret. His
t. one consolation la that Pet Brown won
I Hunrinv ' In fnrr It war a ahnrt matnh.
Otherwise George would have seen 1L
Breathless he reached the auditorium
only to find the crowd leaving.
1 Now George waa Once The Post office
boy. Lately he has outgrown the place
"amd has a tendency toward the oil bus-
iness. Some day the pursuit of oil may
be his vocation. His vocation may change
but his avocation will ever be wrestling.
H frankly admits that he will never miss
another match even if he has to payfor
. JU "v In memory of many kindnesses and
- not a few errors caught by the office
boy before copy reached the desk of last
resort tt is one of tne amies r tne
a porta department to see that George
So George has aaain been around. He
has accordingly been fixed for Friday
night and has given some of hla opinions
on the match. First he wanted to know
about weights. When told that the two
snen -would enter at catch weight! he
waa quicK. to class the go aa one rather
liable to make mat tilstory In Houstotv -
While Geoege i rather devoted to the
Brown camp he kmwi his man will bo
In tha rlnr with at rmiati hint SVIHav
- flight. This devotee of the game watched
Brown ana Kcklund in their draw a year
ago. With ticklund not hampered- with
the necessary training to the making of
a certain weight George Le a little bit
concerned about the outcome of the af-
fair. For the coming match George paid hla
Visit a btt early. He had heard aome-
thlna' about an extra' demand for aaara.
I. It is his policy never tobe in the last
I rush when a wrestling match is con-
ueorge is not ine man to ever wisnxfet
Brown the hard luck of loalnr. stillXif
the Taylor man does lose in Houston
uevrge wiu oe were tp see It.
Atlanta Needs to
' Win but One More
' Mjectafa' Prtu Rt pert.)
ATLANTA. Sept. 10. Atlanta held Its ead
ever New Orleann Monday by defeating Mobile.
Atlanta new has to wla only one of too four
r ma injur games to be played to clinch the pea-
sant. Score R H K
Mobile 100 000 012 4 3
Atlanta . ; 000 001 03 t 6 1
Long and GMnth; Fulenwelder sod Perklna
' NAHHV1LLE Sept. 10. Nashville batsmen
kit Bor opportunely In a free bluing contest
here and defeated Cbattbnooga.
8osre . . B H E
Chattannoga 001 110 0210 14 2
habllla 900 210 0i T 8 0
Penyman. Merrltt and McOsnlels; Caret De-
catur and Marshall.
k NEW ORLRAN3. Sept. 10. New Orleans bats-
awa btt Black' freely and with the aid of Bir-
mingham's six errors won eaally.
Birmingham 000 001 002 3
New Orleans 112 041 00 10
' Black and Bawortta; KeHy and Biggins.
Cheaper Boats for Series.
(Auocitti Prut Rtport.)
ft ' ST. LOUIS. Bent. 10. President Johnson
of the American league said Monday that
If Chicago wins th' America league pen-
nant the plana .br a reduction In seat
prices for the world series will be carried
out as far aa the games Dlaved' In tha
I American park are concerned.
r "Tk MAU Will k. .1.1-
i . i.v uvn vauv iwm.i AtUipi VII I A '
said Mr. Johnson. "Seats will be lust
-double in price over those prevailing -during
the praying season; It Chicago wins
I think there is little- doubt that the series
will begin Saturday October t."
Learjue Not to Interfere.
1toMctsM Prtu Rtport.)
j BT. LOUIS Sept fa B. B. Johnson.
Stesld'ent Of tha American league who
came to 8t. Louis Monday at the request
of Phil Ball chief owner of the St.-Louis
.niB tor consultation ragarung tne dam-
Inge suit filed against Ball by John -La van.
I ahortaton and terrlll Pratt second baae
man belittled the suit and said tha Amer
tuna league would use no otncial action
regarding It. j
ti n cr-sddeek to Moat cutler.
. -CHICAGO Bept. 10.-5art Craddock of
Anita la. present heavyweight wrestling
champion and Charlie Cutler of Chicago;
are to wrestle for the title and a side bet
of 86000 according to an annouhoement
from Cutler's camp Monday. Tha match
probably will bs on Thanksgiving la Chi-
?AAL0AiL HEALTH NlNT
tf tha bowels -are hot Worklmr num.
i larlyt undigested food in the stomach may
- set up -a condition Of auto-Intoxication
ann ncti iiila inc wnm a valatii wii.ii noianaa
In the blood atreanf. Foley CaAhartlo Tab-
i.s at -re ins do
liver at Jve ana
I.is k. tne bowels open and regular tha
e ana the stomach sweet: They
pain nausea nor griping. They
e no pa.
ewtlon sick headache btUoua-
sour stomacn oaa nreatft or other
v canned by .- clogged bowels
a Lrug b lore. Advertiaement.--
won two aAhiea from PhlladetphU Mon
flay. Flahar pitched In spleBdid atria m
the first gina and Monro kept tha hone
tearaa' bit scat t rod In the aaoond eontatt.
Hanacer Mack; trleB out two of hi new
purer Shannan formerly of Fort WorU
and jailer t McAleatbr. v - i .
-'-'C:'' ' .'--'3'vCi w-i.'- ' v " ..(" " -.
' Hew Tork-'Ab H P At PMla. ; A b B Pp A
OllboaJey rf . 4 10 o amlMoo. rt 3 6 8 8
Hl(b. If .... 8 0 8 O0roer 2b 8 Jl 4
P-k-aVh: aa A -8 1 a Rod U. If.... 0 10
P'k'aaeah m 4 1
Hendry ct.. 4 4 8 0
OedMW'2h V- .1 S o
Bikar. 8b ... 4 t 0 1
Plpp. lb .... IIMI
Masamakec a 4 1 T 0
ie v ar
Sb ..4 Oil
.Art : ? 1 0 0 0
SUararaa. ef. 8 1 0
Mclaaia. lav J 11 !
Witt as V... 0 0.O
rianer av... a. i iNwiti.
aalbold P...0 0 1
iScbaoet. .. 4 3 0 3
ariOa 1 I'M
TotaU.. 82 I2tii
Battel lor Haley la ninth. . '
By laalupa: . : 'B '
New Tort wV.i.M. 070 049 001-JO If 8
Philadelphia ...".. 000 000 001 1 6 i
Btnamary: Hnaa QUhooley. Huh
Oefleea x Baaar s npp. Huaaaker
rrora Pecklnoaoah. Bendrn. Witt 2.
-aimer. Two-hea hlta Baker 2 Plpp. 8tulea
a PI do. Baaec oa belle Off . atauer . oa
Belbold 1 off arhaber I 8 track out Br rial
4. by iktibold 1. by Bebaoer 8
oily and Nellln. Tlma ot ras
New York.: Ab H Po Al
Ab H Po A
flllbooler. t. 8 1 0 0
Hlfh rt 8 2 0 0
rt. 6 8 0 0
P'klnnaac. aa 8 0 1
Hendryx et. . 2 0 4 0
Oedeen. 2b .. 5 2 8 4
Baker. Sb ... 6 110
Plpp. lb B" 1 14 0
tea. 8b ... 4
Witt as ...
Meyer e ..
0 8 3
Nnnamaker. e o 2 2 1
1 T 1
Monroe p ... 8 2 0 3
.38 11 2T 14
0 0 0
0 0 0
. .34 10 ZT 10
Batted for Myera In seventh.
Kan for. Moyer In ninth.
- Batted tor Anriennn In ninth.
By Innings: R H E
New York 000 013 1W S 11
Philadelphia 000 000 1001 10 2
Bammary: Bona HI. Gedeon. Plpp Nnan
maker. Molftae. Meri-r. Errora Batea 2. TWO'
baae lilts Urdvon 2. Monroe.' Bodle. Tliree-baae
hlti Ulih. Merer. Sto en baaee PecklnnanKn.
Mclnnlat Baeea oa balln Off Myera T. 8 track
out Br Monroe 2. br Mrera 0. tr Anderson 1.
L'raplrva Kallln and Connolly. Time of name
One boor ana at nunutes.
Robins Hung Pair
On McGraw's Men
iAssocxatti Frttt Rtfort.
NEW YORK Sept. 10. New York lost
two arames to Brooklyn Monday. The
first game was a poorly played exhtbl
tlon Brooklyn scoring seven rune In the
eighth inning. Benton threw away the
second game in the first Inning when his
wild throw to second let in Olson and
Daubert. Marquard pitched brilliant ball.
a fumble by Olson enabling New York to
score its only run. The doubleheader was
attended by the Twelfth Seventy-first
and Twentv-thlrd New York reKiments.
Between games Manager Clark Griffith of
the Washington team originator or ine
Griffith bat and ball fund presented the
three reglments with complete baseball
Olan. aa . .
Myera 2b .
Wheat. If .
Ab H Pn A Svw York. Ah H Po A
il a !Burnn. It ... 4 1 (
IS 1 4
OiK'nit-rmau. :lb 4
it o u
3 2 0
Holke. lb ...
O'Konrke 3b. 2
Joltnaton 3b. 1
Miller c ...
blrueger. c .
2 1 I
3 1 0
Mirrray . . ..
Karldeu n ..
Demarei? v .
.41 12 2T 17
Tt-xresu. p . .
a o- o
Benton p . . .
Kan . fur McCarty In fourth.
Uilted tot Auderaan la fourth.
A" R. It 1
040 001 07113 IS i
.... sou 130 ood o lu ;
. Summary: Ruua Olson. Daabert. Stensel
Wheal. Hickman 3. O'Bonrke. Johnston. Miller.
KreiiKt-r 2. PfefTer. Robertaoa Kauff Elmmer-
niao Fletcher. imlth 2. Errora Olaon Dauoert.
xteuvl 1. r letcuer. Hmith. l-wo-baae hita met
niau. Johoanm. Mvera. Thfee-baae hit Pfelfer.
titolen banra Kanlt. Stengel 2. Hickman. Krae-
ser. Bases on balls Off Demaxee 3. off A Oder
nun 1. off Texreau 1. off Benton 3. off Preffer 4.
NtnH-k oot By Annersoo 1 by Tearean 1 by
Benton 1 by Ptt-rrer 4. Umpires Klem and
Kmiitie. Time of gsme Two bourn and 25 min
Olaon. aa . . .
Myera. 2b ..
Ab H Po Al New York. Ab 11 Po A
4 12 4 Burns. It ... 4 1 3
4 2 0 0 Thorpe rf .. 2 0 0
4 1 3 2 1 Robertson rt 2 1 1 O
8truavL rf .
4 0 4. Ot Kauff cf ... .1 1 3 0
4 0 2 Oil merman. Sb 4 0 1
Hickman cf .
3 0 1 OlVletcber. aa. 4 0 0 3
O'Rourke 3b. 3 0
0 OIKmltu. 2b ... 4 2 3
2lHolke. lb ... 8 012
0 liAlcCarty. c .. 2 1 3
araeger c .. . a l
MarquayO p. . 3 0
uairu o u o
Anderson p. 0 0 0
Bentnn. p . . . 2 0 0
lUriden. e .. 1 0 1
Totala 32 5 27 01
T.iUU ....31 8 27 14
Ran for McCarty in aeveltb. ' V
By tunings:- B H E
Brooklyn : 200 000 0002 5
New Kork two 100 0U0 1
Summarr: Runs Olaon. Daubert. Fletcher
Errora Olacu. Krueger. Benton. Two-base bits
'SmltO. Ulaen. stolen baaea Kauff. Thoroe.
Baae on balls Off Marquard 1. Struck out
dj uenton x. or Anncraon l. or uarauard 7.
Uniolrea Kb-m and Kraelle. Time of rame
una sour anu minutes.
BRAVES 8PLIT WITH
Lsvender Was Pounded for 11 Earned
Runs In Second Game.
iAttpdtlti Prtst Rrpart.)
BOSTON Sept.. 10. Boston and Phila-
delphia split even in a douftleheader Mon
day. Evers wis put out of the first game
for disputing? Ta. called strike on Sclrulte
In the second Boston hammered Lavender
for 11 runs all but one of them earned
while Kagan struck out 11 men.
Ab H Po A
Boston. Ab H Po A
Dugey ef 2b 4 1 3
Kvers. 2b 2 1 0
Klttery. cf ..10 2
Stork ss 0 2
Srhnlte rf .. 4 1 2
Rehg. rf .... 5 0 0
Mnrnvlllss 5 0 2
Powell cf .. 4 2 1
Konetcby lb 4 0 15
Smith. Sb . . . 4 3 2
Whitted 3b.. 4 1 2
Kelly. If .... 4 r 1
Lnderaa. lb.. 4 811 (HKawllnga. 2b. 4 10
Bancroft If.. 8 1.0
4 O 5
4 3 L
auiirer e ... 4 i n
Alexander p. 4 00
.38 10 27 IS
v Totals .....84 inil:
' By Uwtass: B H
PUIadelphW 300 201 000-5 9
Boatoa 000 110 000 1 10
Romulkrvt Bsss i rrasiVr Eeera. Si'hulta.
Whlttod.'JUruerst. Rehg PowelU Errora Stock
2. Beat 1 ManivilM Powell. Two-baae hit
Boltth. Htolra basse frock a. Evers. Bases oa
balls Off Tyler 5. Struck eat By Alexander
o -vy ayier a umpires- aigier aaa Brasaaeia.
lime or ansae una boot ana o misatea.
I Boatoa. . Ab H Po 8
Duaey. 2b .. 5 0 6
Rehg. rf .... 5 4 2
Maranvllla.aa 4 11
ex e a
as . Ill
Powell ct ... 2 0' 8
Sennit yf -. 4 1 4 3
sri--ss:r i i i
Bancroft If. 8 5 8 0
Ada ma. a 8 18 1
Konrtehy lb. 4 2 10
Smith. Sb ... 4 8 4
Kelly it ... 4 I 4
Rawllngs 2b 4 0
Meyers s ... 4 1 11
Bagso p ... 8 1 0
... a i v i
sr. B.. 4 4 4
; By hmlnsa: -."-
. 000 101 000 t
. 430 004 01 12
Saanmaryr Bans Wbltted. Luderua. Beas
MarauTllie Powell I
Rkican. Knots 8t
Two-bam bits Kel
. rowan I. Konetrhr a. smith. Ifevera.
Knots Stock. Whlttea. Buna smith.
hlta KooetehT. 8ml
rsavSkk SSnlea heaea Bah. Ko.
aeaeby Malta "Bases ea balls Off Uveader 4
on nagaa a. awnes ens BT aaveaoer B
fagaa 11. umpire uigier ana Bret
line af gaasr-Oae Jwat aad 86 auautes.
Xk Sji aBanaaaaaawaa 'J't. '' '
- : . :ri'" y -wisFxeWas. j'f-.-'i. vw
Cardinals COpSned Frnsl. terras Vflth
-t- rirataa oy Taamg contest. . 4--
'3f. tO)OTS6epL lO.WTJralth's SveaT oi
home In tb4 third -Inning" Monday enabled
STAiuOii.G nf .?".;
awwi rwwmm -
Boatea 1. WAU;'w i Waablnftea. i
H. Y. Ml Phlla. aO. ew orlt at Pblla..
Crab 7mY. - "f F P
Ctitcair ................ 1ST
Boatoa .'..t...i....V W '
Clem-laad .......... f-M
Waahlurtoa. ........... 10
8t. Ixwla ....;. ...... 'II
PlillanotoaU- ...... V
Monday's NeOulta. . To Way Tueaday.
Brktra. IS-t! w. T. -1. Bnoklya at lew Tork.
St. L. X. Pltte 1. : ... Plttabari at It. loaia.
Boatoa 2-12. Phlla -. WiUa. aT Boatoo.
ClnoL-Cbloltoaala Oachiaatt at Gnleaao.
- ... - Mere Woa. Laat. Itt.
Brooklyn .. 1.129.
Boatoa ' ... .... . 127
Pit tabarg 181
' Sonthern Leagfte.
'' . Monday's Results.
Atlasts 4. Mobile 1.
Nashville 7. Chattanonf a 6.
New Or leant 10 Blnalngbsm 3.
Three game scaedjBlea.
Pfsred. Woa Lest PcL
148 ' S3 65 .02S
Memphis . .
it lie hock .
Imliannimlla 13-2. St. Paul 3-7.
..lumt.uK 3-4. Kane-is City 4 1.
Two finnies scheduled.
Played. Won. Lost. P. O.
Oommbus . .
. . 141
. . 140
. . 140
. . 140
80 1 .429
St. Louis to win the first game of the
final series witn fitsburg.
Ab M Po A
St. Louie. Ab H Po A
Pi tier. 2b ... 4
0 3 1
1 7 1
Long. If 3 0 0
Smith cf ... 4 0 3
Miller. 2b .. 4 2 2
Hornsby. as.. 4 2 3
Cruise rf .310
Paulrtte. ' lb. 4 0 17
Mollwlti. lb. 4
Carey cf . .
Ward ss . .
Plynn If .
Jacobs p ..
.31 9 27 18
Evans p ..
o o 01
0 0 it.
Total 31 8 24 111
Hatted for King In uinth. a
Batted for Jacobs In eighth.
Pittsburg 000 000 001
St. Louis 002 0U0 Oil
limiuary: Buna Mollwlts. Smith. Goodwin.
Kraoni 1ard. Suvder. Two-baae hits Kins.
erulse. Uoei-k-'l. Stolen basts Miller. Hmith.
IIoruHby. - Banes on halls Off Jacobs 1; off
Kvuns 1. Struck out By Jacobs 4. by Evans 1.
by lioudwtn . I mnlrea O'Dav and Harrlaon.
Tiuic of Kiimt- Que hour and 43 minutes.
Golfers Ready for
Western Open Play
KAnocimtrd Hrti Rttart)
CHICAGO. Sept. lO.-4-Scores of profes
sional golfers from :Ui parts cT Vno coun
try Monday tried out 'the Westmoreland
Golf -club ed'uTSO in prtcMde for tlie- Wett-
eni open championship set- for Thursday
and Friday at73 holes medal play. The
best score reported for today's" -rounds
was 73 two under par tor the t52-yard
course made by Emmet Frtnch of York
Pa. As the gtvens were very fast and
the flags were close to the near edge this
score was regarded as -Particularly stood.
Tom McNamara of New York champion
in 1815. shot a 75 and several Ojthors
scored close to par. The most-remarkable
shot of the day was made by George
lurnouu 01 Miuioi-niui wno lacKed only
two incnes 01 scoring a one on tne 320-
yard tenth hole. The bail waa past the
cup and had apparently bobbied out of
tne noie. wniio uio loire anve naa rid-
dun' a breeae. thfc ball had to negotiate
some cop bunkers and a terrace at the
edge of tne green. 1
rurrtries ror tne championship closed
Monday nlgtit and disclosed the fact that
a record breaKing list ot lit wore sched
uled to start.
Herman Given Time
1 (Attoetaltd Prtu Rtparl.x
NEW ORLKANS. Sept. 10. Pete Her
man claimant of the bantamweight
championship whose claim for exemption
from military du'y recently was denied
Monday was given until October 15 to re-liAi-t
for aervir-A In th nArlmiAl u -. In
order that he might stage several sched
uled oouts. These bouts. It was stated
a ill bring him Sufficient monoy to care
fur' his parents who Herman) . declared
were oepenaent upon nim -
825.000 Bonus If They Win
lAstociattd Prftt Rtfort. '
WASHINGTON Sept. 14. -K
ranee president of the Boston
cans announced here tonight that he nad
promised the members of .his team a
bonus of 825000 if they overhaul Chicaaro
ana win ine American- league pennant.
Boston now stands six and a half games
Seek to Have Minimum
Price Set for Cotton
if uacMffd Prtu Rtport.)
AUSTIN. Texas. Sept. 10. Directors of
farmers Institutes of the departments of
agriculture of tha cotton producing States
were today urged by J. W. Naill. director
of Institutes for the Texas department
of agriculture to co-operate with the
committee of the State farmers Insti-
tute in fixing a minimum price for cotton
nasea on uig cost 01 production plus a
reasonable profit to the grower lllrector
Xveiu la maauia- an eiron to ootain unl-
fcrm action from all tha cotton- States In
order that a minimum price for the staple
all over the country may "be fixed. . The
minimum price 'fixed by the committee Is
20 cents per pound.
Fidht Your Rheumatism .
With the Rirfht Ammunition.
Tsks Every AoVintag of Thla Re
- . IsrTtless Entmy. f
' fighting disease 'Is th n'ostP inv
portant warfare known to ' nunkind.
because we- are ill subject to its at-
tack. ' 't.r"-it V : uf
OB4 of the most coautton-foe Is
Rheumstlsm which) attacks with re-
leBtleu vloleocf.'and often leatea Its
victim entirely helpless. Rheurnstlsm
Is so often successful acalnst Its vie
tlms becanse the wroni; ammunition
'ts-nsed svain.t.-ttif'; -;vt
Too many people make the .-xnb
taka of traatlBsT only'tho- Brmptoms
and intlrely overtooklng' lu -source.
They arojM anxious to find relief from
its tortnrtnt Baths that they expect
loeat applications of Unlnnta and lo-
tions to aocomnUsh what4a1miiomibliL
1 1 Rheumatism. Isckuse4 by millions
ort . Trrvnm nrr
: 5 THE HEAD;OFR
v -. tcosKiaoesi irora raga une. -
halsnot played s spectacuktr part te the
War. He U iwgardaa..' however as an
.excel ant military taetftpUn and of strong
personality. - 1 thought possible he may
modify tha present death penalty orders.
The RuasiaB embassy received scant re-
ports Monday of the new crisis and of -ficlal
comment waa limited to admitting
that tha altuatlon. seemed very serious.
Ordml ieiiioff ; '
To Eeliitiiali CoTiimaiid.
V' Aum1tt frtu KtPtrt.1 --PBTROaBAp.NBept
19. Premie Ker-
onsky has ordered Oenerai Korniloff com
mander in chief to .resign In consequence
of Oenerai Kornllotfs -demand for su
preme power;. : yGjMWaT Klambvsky basT
been appointes conraanaer ia.cnMH.
Premier Kerenaky has Issued the follow
tag vproclamatloaM '
"On SeDtembeSj' tt 4 snember of the
duma U. LVOIt arnvea in reirograo ana
called upon me m the name Of General
Korniloff to hand over aU civil and mili
tary powers ' to -tha. generalissimo who
would form a government at his. pleasure.
The authenticity OI this summons waa
aftarwArd Mnfirmad hv Oenerai Korni
loff himself who bad a conversation with
me aver tha direct leleKraDhlo wire He
twaen Petrasrrad and main aeadauartera
"Considering this summonsr addressed
through me to too provisional government
as an attempt ' by- certain quarters to
nmfit hv rk dtrtlrult situation of the
country and establish a state of thingafl
contrary to the conquests of the revolu-1
iron tne proviSRMuu ' gvyarnuHni uaua
recognised the. necessity of charging me
for the safety of the republican regime
to taka tha ursreint. indisnensable meas-
urea nAouurv to aut at
tne roots an at-
temnta acalnst the supreme power and
rights of the sltlsens won by
ffnn . . .
"I therefore for the maintenance in the
country of liberty and public order am
taking all measures which I shall an-
nounMt t the nrooer moment to the peo
ple. At the same time' I . order General
Korniloff to hand over hla functions to
General Klembovsky commander in chief
of the armies On the northern iront wnicn
bar the way to Petrograd and I ordered
General Klembovaky to assume provision
ally the functions of generalissimo while I
remaining at Pskov r 1
"Secondly. I declare a state ot war in
tha town and district of Petrograd.
'I appeal to all eltlsens to remain calm.
50 .587Tmalntaln tha order necessary for the wel
fare of the fatherland and the army and
navy and tranquilly and ralthfully ruini
their duty In the defense of the father
Iand:against the foreigp enemy."
. ... T.
navy and tranquilly and faithfully fulfill
Rebellion Will Be
(AoewttPrii Rtport.) I
PETROGRAD ept. 10. Members of
the Russian cabinet Monday told the
Associated Press that the provisional gov
ejnment regarded Oenerai Kornilofrs
pronunclamento. as an act of rebellion
which must fee ruthlessly suppressed. The
government it Waa added believed It had
enough loyal troops and the support of
the Russian people to enable it to put
down the Korniloff movement
When M. Lvoff saw Premier Kereossy
on Saturday and presented General Kor
nilofrs demands it developed he told the
premier that an organization of duma
m.mhrni Moaeow Industrial Interests and
other conservatives who played .the role
of the opposition at the recent Moscow
conference were supporting General Kor
Vlotl. : - rw
These interests saua on. uuu s w
not against Premier Kerenaky. wno was
InvitoH n s-narat hMdauarters t6 meet
General Korniloff. . The premier refused
the demands of M. Lvoff. wno was wen
arrested and under examination gave the
details of the conspiracy.
Tha wiliiim-a and workmen s Doay. ine
statement adds haa ordered all the army
organisations to obey the provisional gov-
ernment against the conspiracy stating
tht nAtiArai Knrnnon win OA dudibdsq
for treachery and that General Klembovwl
sky will pi
rovtaionaiiy succeea wins caiai
PETROdRAD. Sept. . (Delayed. )
Eleven cabinet minl8tew have been In
continuous session In the Winter palace
Sunday considering measures to face
General Kornilofrs revolt which in con-
versations with the Associated Press cor-
respondent the ministers admit is the
rr.v.ut Avent since the revolution.
80 far. except for the deposition of
General Korniloff which the general- Is
apparently determined to aery no meas-
ures have been decided upon but the dis-
cussion is proceeding on 81 plan to con-
stitute a directory of ftve men vested
in full- nnwer The names ao far sub
mitted for membership In this body are
Premier Kerenssy. vice rremier neani-
soff. M. Skobeleff the minister of labor
M Terestchenako the ralnlstej-. of for-
eign affairs and M. Savlnkoff the as-
sistant minister of war.
lvoff Arrested After
Astodattd Prtu Rtfort.)
PETROGRAD Sept. 18. Concerning the
details and developments of General Kor
nilofrs revolution the officials 'of the
in-ovlalonal government refuse to make
public the details - but the Associated
Pi ess from other sources has been We
to collect the main facts.
At 11 P- m. Saturday -after Premier
Kerensky had inspected deputation of
.Ruasian soldiers from ' the Balkans
Deputy Lvoff called him by telephone
and demanded an interview declaring
that his mislson was of great importance
M. Kerensky at first refused to receive
M. Lvoff. but later In the afternoon did
receive him whereupon Lvoff declared
he had come as General Kornilofrs 'pleni-
potentiary to demand the surrender of al!
power Into Kornilofrs hands. M. Lvoff
said this demand did not emanate from
Korniloff only but waa supported by a
"group of political workers meaning an
organisation of duma members Moscow
Industrial Interests and other conserva-
tives whTj had played the role of Hpoai-
tlcn at the national conference at
This group said Mv Lvoff -did -not Ob-
ject to Kerensky personally but demand-
ed that he transfer the portfolio of war
to M. Savlnkoff. assistant minister of
war who all along had supported Kbr-
nildfTs demands. M. Lvoff added:
"If you agree we Invite you to come
to headquarters and meet Oenerai Kor-
niloff giving you a solemn guarantee that
yoa wlU not be arrested.".
Premier Kerensky replied that ha waa
amased and declared Kornilofrs ultl-
a mtum an act of effrontery and treason
so Incredible that he wss unable to believe
hla ears. Therefore he resolved teet te
communicate with General"' Korniloff
In an exchange of telegrams Korniloff
1 1 -""'.
i v-. i. 1
Of tiny terms whih arj entrenched
In the blood where they can- not be
reached by locally applied liniments.'
They must be literally 'routed and
forced out of the blood by a remedy
which a searches them out and pats
them to Olght. i.:
For more than fifty years '8. afa
baa been raoognlsed as the most r
llabla blood remedy made. It goes
deep down Into the blood cells and
purifies and cleanse the. circulation
of every trace of Impurity. It is the
right ammunition for Rheumatism and
has been used in thousands of easel
with iTfttfytmt' ria:;$-ii? I.
- Toa can obtain 8. 8-& at any drug
store. . Take no substitute.'' "Writ to
our medical direotoa regTtrdlng your
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269-D Swift tabosatory Atlanta Ga.
conflrneyiAdly'totbV premier his ii-
manda M. Kerenssy .men announceo to
M. Lverf that the provisional govern
ment would nbt consent to such demands
and would 4ake' very possible step to
crush Kornilofrs criminal conspiracy.
Lvoff was then plaoed under arrest and
suojectea to a severe examination aur-
lns which he save the details of the con
spiracy and tha names p4 the prominent
men: lnvotveo. ' .
The cabinet lata fn the evening held a
session to consider parliamentary meas
ures to crusn the revolt wnicn measures
have so tar kaen kent secret with the ex
ception of the announcement of the pro
posed creation of a directory or oLler
system of concentrated government
capable of acting swiftly and decisively.
For this board Premier Kerenaky pro
n inw imanuijii in ministers uecmreu
iiu iney avouiq retain otuce si. tiescne
honoff the- minister . of supplies provi-
sionally withdrawing his resignation.
"The srovrnrSsmt liad decided to re
organlss itself placing all power in the
nanus 01 a small group 01 leading men.
"Til. VM.aMMA. I .-..nA I T.n-
Bvw...raw r u" 'isiiviw 1"'
nlloffs attempt further as essentiiilly
counter revolutlonarv and aimed at lie
restoration of the despotic reirime. Vlad-
imir Lvoff who was arrested was first
imprisoned In -the winker palace but now
has been sent under a heavy guard to tlir
Of Death Penalty.
tAmcUd Prtu RtPott.
. WASHINGTON Sept. 10. Russian em
baasy officials believe the resignation of
General Korniloff was forced by elements
of the council of workmen's and soldiers
delegates opposed to enforcement of the
death penalty for mutinous soiaiers ana
that General Klembovsky. the new com
mander win modify the death penalty
Some dispatches reached the embassy
from the Rnsslan foreign office Monday
and although the contents were not re
vealed onictais remarsea:
It Is a very serious moment for ttus-
Tc Refuse to
tAstoooltH Prtu ttrpori.1
PETROGRAD Sept. 18. The central
executive committee of the soldiers and
workmen haa suggested to all army corps
and -naval 'committees that they refuse to
obey orders from General Korniloff or
Also a Traitor.
tAuociottd Prtu Rtport.) '
PETROGRAD Sept. 10. An official
statement says that General Lokomsky
"also proved a traitor" refusing to take
command of the Russian armies in sue
cession to General Korniloff.
Killing of Americans
(Auoeuttd Prtu Rtport.)
WASHINGTON. Sept. 10. Major Gen
eral Pershing's first report to the war
department on the bombing of the hos
pitals reached the war department late
Monday. An earlier dispatch fromthe
'LnuriM. mllltu rv A tf.Via At TwlSnn In
neuneed the death of Lieutenant Flts-
siramons but made no mention of three
privates mortally wounded at the same
General Pershing's message follows:
"Report following deaths September
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sour LeKe. Texas.
- August 10 1817.
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BARDES ELECTRIC A
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nOXATED I ROH
Increases strength of
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cent In ten days in
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per fuU explanation In
large article soon te
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Ask your doctor or
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Abbott CockrelLvA. B. Klesllng. HeWs
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Mended with choicest
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J. Losivrchstcltt-1 Son
. t - r . aHhM -" A
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You know what csxbolkS
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Is Headquarters for Regulation .
U. 8. Army ' 4
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- . . - - ' - '" .
GEO. F. HALL Factory Representative .
RICE HOTEL. ;r
CITY AMITOniUM September 14; 8:30 n.
'.'; Catch Weights. Flnlsli Match. . -j - ' y'
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About 167 About 173
LADY FREE WITH GENTLEMAN. v
Tickets on sale at C. L Bering's 1009 Capitol Avenue Preston 35. Room
2 502'a Main St Preston 1039. Lewis' Cigar Stand. 502 Main St. Sam.
Alexander's Cigar Stand 614 Msin St. for Gallery Seats.
PRICES 50c. $1 $1.50 $2
. . TICKETS NOW ON .SALE ' "
GULF COAST CLUB
-.1 r :
To a Mah in
. x ' 't-
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Cellar properly -laundered and
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and Dye Works :
- V ' i . .k3 tV-.'. i4:0".1l.'.r'--iJ!-Hs; -.Va.K''
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t - t e
Sayaf He (kd Hajdly. Eealiie Bow
: How TVeax and juseranie -
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Melcher of Xl Allsla .street. Houston -Helghtsi
the Other day
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tem seemea u oe iuu m nuusu-isi im
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day and had little life or energy to do a
."I tried -tJ get relief by taking dfl-
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did me any good .till I started on Ten-
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sleep all night like a log. I am stronger
and better m every Wsy than I have been
In a long time my work la a real pleas- t
ure and never-makes me tired no mat-
ter how Md it is. Tanlac Is simply great A
and I can't praise it enough for what 'It
has done for me." . '
Tanlao Is Sold In Houston by. Kieslinf's
Drug Store and .Rouse's Drug Store Main
and -Capitol' streets -under the personal
direction of .a- special Tanlac represent- "
BUCKLEY'S specially InvKesthe 'Inspection
of our targe stock of
U. S; ARMY
We also make to special measure at our HoU4
ton factory Officers' Boots and Shoes.
315' Main Street ' 4
's- - i
a motor trucli distributer
for te!&uston territory
The PHONE makes us
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.'..i ''' vO'J-'" ' " '"'
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C. L.' BERING & CO.
Hoot Capitol AvaY Pteateej 31
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