San Antonio Express. (San Antonio, Tex.), Vol. 54, No. 308, Ed. 1 Friday, November 7, 1919 Page: 24 of 24
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SAN ANTONIO tXPRESS: FRIDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 7, 1919.
MONEY TO LEND
ON CENTRALLY LOCATED
FARMS AND RANCHES
E. 3. CHANDLER
Chandler Buiiding 10? East Crockett Slreat
KELLY FIELD AIR
' MEANS READINESS
You Can Start Savings Here With as
Small an Amount as
ONE D OLLAR
THE SAN ANTONiO LOAN & TRUST CO.
Incorporate Without Banking Privileges.
215 West Commerce Street.
ALZAFAR TEMPLE MAKES ELABO- ELABORATE PROGRAM OK STUNT
RATE PREPARATIONS FOR
FLYING FOLLOWS FORMAL
FIRST LIBERTY LOAN
MAV 20, 19III
ill rwj.i.N tlip above dates thousands of people bought
■ * bonds and paid for them.
VIANV of these same people do not have bank accounts
IK THEY saved money to help the Nation, they can save
• to b«'tp themselves.
FROST NATIONAL SANK
SAN ANTONIO NATIONAL BANK
DESIGNATED DEPOSITARY OH THE UNITED STATES
F. Ilerff, President
M. K. Brackenridge
A Bank's best asset is its record of service to its customers, based
on sound business principles.
Dr. Adolph Herff
Thos. H. Franklin
Leroy C. Denman
T. D. Anderson, Cashier
Capitalists or People ot Moderate Means
,hould Investigate our first mortgage Investment certificates In denominations
of JjOO each paying V per cent, payable semi annually, secured by Improved
md insured San Antonio properties,
DETAILED INFORMATION CHEERFULLY GIVEN.
WIMER ■ RICHARDSON AND COMPANY
Mite f»0C Russell Bnildlng.
SAN ANTONIO, TEXAS.
THE SAN ANTONiO JOINT
STOCK LAND BANK
This bank is operated under the Federal Farm Loan Act.
Seventh floor National Bank of Commerce Building.
Will make loans at 6% on farms and ranches in Texas and
PHONE CROCKETT 1808
Representatives Wanted in livery County in Texas and
i^v/Farm and Ranch Loans
/t'nder Government Supervision
rty.lSYKARs TIMK WITH LIBERAL I'REPAVMI NT PRIVILEGES
^ Write for Booklet or Call at Our Off lee.
( HAS. R. Til's. Vice President
Dallas Joint Stock Land Bank
60!) National Bank of Commerce Bldg. Phone Travis 01. San Antonio, T»\\a*.
Three hundred weary sou> of the desert |
1 will be "es< orted i r»»> the hot sands
j to the goal of tiobili". oil the JUth day ot
i Safur. l.'Us, corn-spot.ding to the date of
\ next Frida.v at tb« ;h,rd anniversary cere-
monial of Al/.alar i'euiph of the Mystic
shrine. The journey, a- ording to local
j nobles, will be the most notable event in
the history of Texas shrluedoin, and 1,500 l
wearers of the fez are expected to form
| the escort.
Elaborate preparations for the "jour
I ney" have beeu tnadi t y AI/.afar Temple
and every thing is said to be in readiness
for the formation of the caravan. The
"stunt committee h.i> been working over-
| time «n tin invt'ition ol tortures for the
novices, which will be led across the mys-
tic desert in artisti' manner. Commenc-
ing at 9 o\lock in the morning the ticket
office will be opened at the recorder's of
iice, where all novices will he given au
opportunity to "purchase tickets for the
pilgrimage." Railroads entering the city
have announced a rate of one and one-third
1 fare for the round trip, and a large at-
( teudauce of visitors aud members is ex-
| The following program will form the
' basis of action:
i From !» a in to p in enrollment of
novices at the r. order's office; a parade,
with a divan of novices and nobles, at -
; p m ; assembly of patr<d at the armory.
From p. m.. "registration of novices and
obtaining of a "bill of lading" for the pll-
i grim age. At 0 p. m. a business session,
and at 7 :30 p m. a ceremonial session.
At 0 o'clock the grand ball will furnlsa
; the climax of festlvitb s
Announcement has been made that Lib
i erty bonds will be accepted as par In
; payment for the initiation tee.
! A schedule for th» shrine dances issued
| contemporaneous with the announcement
of the ceremonial f-r Friday follow:
Informal dance* on November It. 22 and
2I'». \ hard-luck dance on December 0, at
which every out ju attendance will wear
their old cloth Ft dressed nobles
and ladies at rbi* dame will be fined
according to their dress.
I The dances will be for nobles and their
i wives only
The following com mi Woes have been an-
nounced for the work of the Shrine anni-
F.ntertainment: Wallace H. Newton
chairman; K s Michael.
Tiling. Frank Spang, chairman, C. O.
1 Dunham, T. A. Do>ey, u Hopkins.
Novice: Fph M Goldstein. chairman;
Hubert V. Weise. I \ Fldridge.
Registration: c D Hall, chairman: F,
T Green, J. F 1 n 'simons. O. W. Clieft.
Transportation: Henry W. Weber, (hair
man; T. F. Hluudcll, .1. C. Rice.
Membership: F '' Green, chairman;
r>nn Ludlow. Robert Burns, T. A. Doxey.
Automobile: I lurry L. Miller, chair
man; John L. Clem lr. J. T. Simmons.
W. N. Johnson. H. II Bryant, S. 1*. Davles,
B. It. Webb, Frank A. Wlnerich.
Floor director: F. S. Reed.
Ladies' committee: Mrs. Henry Rabe,
Mrs. Frank R. Newton. Mrs. Ted Milburn,
Mrs. J. A. Patterson. Mrs. Wallace New-
ton, Mrs. Robert (turns, Mrs, it. S. Mich-
ael, Mrs. Nathan Tracy, Mrs. .1. 11. Halle,
Mrs. Victor Keller. Mrs. p. 1>. Mathls, Mrs.
Raymond Hood, Mrs. (\ B. Walters, Mrs.
T. N. Smith, Mrs Marcus Davis.
Committee on entertainment of visitors:
Maj. Daniel O'Connell, chairman; C. D.
llall, J. II. Halle, T. N. Smith. F. W. Titus.
The following is the official divan for
Henry Rabe. illustrious potentate: Wal-
lace H. Newton, chief rabban; Robert
Burns, assistant rabban: Robert S Mich
ael, high priest and prophet; Nathan K
Tracy, oriental guide; .1. II. Haile, treas
urcr; P. I) Mathis. recorder; V. R. Hood,
first ceremonial master, C. B. Watters,
second ceremonial master; T. N. Smith,
marshal: Marcus W. Davis, director; Vic-
tor Keller, captain of guard; F. (J. Ruiz,
Fast potentates: Frank R. Newton,
i 1910; Ted H. Milburn. 1917; ,T. A. Patter
' son. 1918 (deceased).
Imperial representatives: Henry Rabe.
Frank R. Newton, C B. Watters, C. A.
Committees for 1910:
Finance: Frank U. Newton, chairman;
Henry Rabe. Ted Milburn, Robert Burns,
\\ allat e Newton
Parade: Porter F. Lorlng. chairman;
T N. Smith, C. B Watters. J. Frank Davis.
Wardrobe: Stanley .1 Winters, chair-
man ; Herman Horner F G. Ritir.
Director, Manns W Davis; assistant ill-
rectors, A. J, McKensle. s, \ Callahan.
F. T. Green. Frank R, Newton.
Stunt committee: Marcus W. Davis,
F. R. Newton. K. T Green, S. X. Callahan.
A. .1. McKenzle.
Alzafar Patrol and Band: H. W. Weber,
president; Kdwin Lamm, vice president;
.1 11 llailc. treasurer IV D. Mathls, sec-
retary; J. C, Rice, captain: II W. Hamil-
ton. first lieutenant ; B C. Dunham, secoud
lieutenant; Samuel Soifer. first sergeant
and drill master; C. F. Wlseenp, hand
leader; Herman Horner, quartermaster ser-
Patrol colonels: K. B Flowers, William
S. Fly. John G. Francis, Claude A. Keerau,
Te. 1 II Milburn. A. C. McDaniel. F R,
Newton. Henry Rabe. Arthur Storms, II.
i I horman. Nat M Washer. George II
Winsor; honorary member*. William S.
Fly, M C. Hill, Nat M Washer.
A skyful of airplanes fh^t bullet-like the i
length of the review grotinds at Kelly Field
yesterday afternoon, circled the field, and
circled again, mounting higher and higher, ,
assumed pursuit formation and chased j
Imaginary enemy planes among the clouds, ;
dropped into bombing formation, and j
wrought suppositious destruction among I
the armies of the foe.
This sky ful of airplanes, mere mosqui- |
toes they seemed, was the 1st Provisional j
Wing of the Air Service, aud their ma- !
neuvers officially constituted the first re-
view of a whole wing of the Air Service
ever held for a commanding general of
the Southern Department
The review was held for Maj. Gen.
Joseph T. Dickmaii, who since June has
been in supremo command of all Air Serv
ice units in the Southern Department, as
well as of all other branches of the service.
Previously the Air Service was under the
jurisdiction ,»f the Southern Department
commander only iu matters of discipline,
and was administered directly from the Air
Service Office at Washington. The review
yesterday was conducted under the direc-
tion of Col. .1. F. Fechct. department Air
Service officer, and Lieut Col. Davenport
Johnston, eommt'iider ot Kcllv Field.
Maneuvers among the clouds followed
Gen. Dickman's review ot the several
squadrons comprising the wing on the
ground, while the aviators stood at at-
tention before their machines. Gen. Dick
man and the party with him. comprised of
staff officers from Southern Department
headquarters and high officers of the Air
Service here, also inspected the r>th Air
Park and the various buildings at both
Kelly Field No 1 and Kelly Field No. 2
before the review itself was begun.
An elaborate program ef stunt flying
followed the review proper. A machine
dropped, stopped, went into a tail spin,
seemed ready to plunge to earth, but
righted itself and came out of the spin
with a great purring of Us eugine. Now
another :lopped like i duck th.»» had been
shot, fell earthward, and wfith a wierd
movement stood dead still in midair, just
■•is u seemed ready in crash to earth, ft
was i Zimmermann turn, and if the Boche
who first did it, did it any better than the
fivers of I nch- Sim who did it at Kelly
Field yesterday, be "done It tome," a& a
captain put it.
I he unit - makirg up the 1st Provisional
Wing which participated In the review are
the loth and J'Jth Surveillance Squadrons,
the L'7th, 94th. Moth and 147th Pursuit
squadrons and the JOth and 16Mb Bomb
The executive offices at Southern Do
partment headquarters at Fort Sam Hous-
ton were practically closed yesterday be-
cause of the review only Maj. B F. Dela-
rnater .1 r, one of the assistant adjutants,
remaining on duty to handle any Impor-
Col W. A. Ifolbrook, department chief
of staff; Col A. F Saxion, department
adjutant: Maj It. M. Howell, assistant
j adjutant, and Maj. C SV. Foster and Capt.
j Francis A. Mac n. aides to Gen. I)legman,
aecomi anying the department commander
| to Kelly Fkdd.
LARGE ASSORTMENT Ol NEW NECKWEAR J! ST RECEIVED—BEAI TIFI L PATTERN>
HAVE YOU SEEN THE SUITS
WE ARE SELLING AT
$30.00, $35.00, $40.00 and $45.00
New and smart styles—all-wool fabrics—all colors
and any model you wa it in every size.
Others priced from $22.50 up to .S6"».00.
OVERCOATS, TOO, in a large variety of new
styles and patterns. The prices range from $'20.00
up to $75.00.
French Shriner & Urner Shoes
TWO CONVENIENT STORES
SOLDIER CITY WOULD WELCOME
OLD SOLDIERS, WORD TO NA-
SPECIAL MEETING OF AUTO
TRADE ASSOCIATION CALLED
Date and Duration of Southwest Texas
Automobile Truck and Tractor Ex-
hibit to Be Determined Today.
A special meeting of the San Antonio
Automobile Trades Association has been
called for today, the members to meet in
the pink room of the Gunter Hotel for
lunch. The meeting has been called to
set a date for the Southwest Texas Auto-
mobile. Tru k and Tractor Fair and to de-
termine its duration.
Immediately following lunch, the mem-
bers will adjourn to the Lone Star Motor
Truck and J rm tor Association Building
on Roosevelt Avenue, at the corner of Wll-
kins Avenue, where the fair will be held.
"With the securing of this Ideal location
for the exhibit Liu, enthusiasm among tiie
members is at fever heat," said Mr. Wil-
liamson. "and the outlook Is splendid for
the largest niul most successful exhibition
ever staged by the San Antonio dealers.
With uinpb space for passengers and
ears, trucks, trotors, aeroplanes and bal-
loons, ami possibly exhibits of farm Im-
plement a show will be staffed that will
be worth coining miles to see, and that is
the one South Texans will nee early in
Armed with cordial official invitations
for the American Legion to make this city
the scene of its next convention. San An-
tonio delegates left for Fort Worth last
night on the way to the Minneapolis con-
vention of the Legion in readiness to
start a movement to bring the returned
soldiers' organization of America to Amer-
ica's soldier city in 1920.
The most lmpo 'ng document which will
go with local delegates i^ from Mayor
tHl. Tn a letter to the National conven-
tion he says: "On behslt of the munici-
pality of San Antonio, the of the
largest military po t in the United States.
and al«o where is located the largest poit
of the American Legion, I have the honor
to extend through the Te\a> delegation
a cordial invitation to your splendid or
gani/ytlon to hold your next convention in
'his city." The letter assures the conten-
tion of a hearty welcome to San Antonio.
Another invitation, on behalf of the bnsi
noss interests of the city, Is in the form
of a letter from President J. II. Haile of
the Chamber of Commerce.
This letter reads: "The Chamber of
Commerce, speaking for the business in-
terests of San Antonio, extends a cordial
invitation to the American Legion to hold
a convention in the Alamo City In 1920
Snn Antonio is noti only a romanttc and
historic spot, but especially it Is a mili-
tary city, the home of the army. S*n
Antonio has learned how to appreciate
and how to treat a soldier In service or
discharged. The north central and central
sections already have had the American
Legion. The South Central section now
is the logical spot for the next conven-
In addition to this the Chamber of Com-
meree baa written to all State delegations
to the National convention inviting recog-
nition of the Invitation from San Antonio,
and assuring them of a hearty welcome
awaiting the American Legion in San An-
tonio. Alamo Post of the American Le-
gion will tender the official Invitation
from the Texas State branch of the asso-
ciation for Its next convention here.
The movement for the convention has
been on foot Rome t Ime, Proip !Cti it
present for the entertainment of Hie next
American Legion convention In this city
are extremely- bright. It Is stated. Delega-
tions from Texas are pledged to work for
the convention for San Antonio.
The delegates from this city who left
last night, for Fort Worth are: Jay Tttr-
ley, C. M. Dickson, Joe II. Grimes and
C. W. Scruggs. ,7. H. Zachary of Tlvalde
County will also be a member of the San
In this office we do not "guess"—WE KNOW. Every ease
entrusted to our care receives, first, a THOROUGH examina-
tion by San Antonio's Pioneer Palmer Chiropractors; and
after that, another by the four remaining members of our
staff. If after this careful examination there is any differ-
ence of opinion we remove thta by taking X Ray photographs.
The success we are having best attests the merits of this
method. We -give OUK patients results. Investigate.
B. F. & FLORA M. GURDEN
Pioneer Palmer "Doctors of Chiropractic"
4-0-8 E. Travis St. Phone Crockett 7-6-3-0.
Residents and taxpayers in San Antonio 12 years
j Sam Houston, Zachary Taylor, Lee, Grant.
' Hood and other famous soldiers dined #•
CONDITIONS ARE UNSETTLED i
AND DROP IN MERCURY IS j
ITIstorlr Ca«% dfl Rio. Fln« Mexican mealt.
Way buck in the yard. 201 St. Mary's 8t.
RESTAURANT MAN REFUSES
TAKE OUT CITY HEALTH CARD
Proprietor anH Wife Complained Of
Pay Fee, Hut Decline to Submit
to Required Examination.
J50.M, $100.00. $500.00. BOUGHT AND SOLD AT MARKET PRJCRS
THOS. G. LEIGHTON
AJLAMO NATIONAL BASK DI.IH).
M \M OlT-OF-TOWN CANDIDATES
COMING FOR SCOTTISH
INCOME TAX EXPERTS
Audits, Appraisals, Business Analysis, Simplified Accounting Systems
which conform with Government regulations, made tu fit any business
W. F. CUNNINGHAM,
721-22-23 Brady Building
Recently Chief of U. S. Income Tax Division, District of Texas.
\HVU M CONTRACTS llH.WKIl
Board Await* More Rid* on All Hot Itr
Wiring of Chapel*
After letting the contract for the re
wiring of the chapel at the Southwestern
liwinc Vv\|ijpi Ml .1 meeting \ est en I a ,V
morning, the board of manager*, hcadc I
by At lee ft. Ay res, president, decided to
withhold awards on the other two project
until more bids are received.
O>orjre Willis, architect, annonnced tbo'.
ftir bids received and opened at yester
,lilv "idling aggregated more than n„.
r„r II,e,, ,n, „t ■
■<< i""-' building, the i-onstruetln'!
In several ward.*
'i'1"' 'ori'Ti.fe floors
and I lie < li:i |.»*I rr w irln^
Th" Thompson Hlenri
awarded tIn- routraet t
tIn ir bid being
re wire Ihe ebapel,
vers, money I
lllrkHnn * MnbblH, law
lend; office*, Hicks Build
. —, l"ntl . I.triees Hlct
inc. Ban Antonio; Vails Hullding
WtiMhrv rnrSt, Soars, lorkrrv. grille, wicket*, machinery gnarrtB, partifionn, rtlltaw* and
adanwi bob ellmbahle #oc)omirp« for irnrehon^ea, factory grounds, etc riain and is—til
work of Tgrlona kinds. Commanlcat' with n«.
SOUTHERN STEEL COMPANY
lAX AHIQKIO. IJULASk tUm M| Uk
Fight hundred Masons have signed for
degrees In the Scottish Rite, which will be
given at the seventh anniversary celebra
lion and reunion of Scottish Kite Masons
here Monday, according to an announce
on ni made Is l i ighl Mora thsn 760 ap
plications for Ihe degrees were in the
h:tnd« of the sn'ivtury last Wednesday and
additional members have signed siuce that
Owing to the large number of candidates ,
if. be enrolled arrangements hat® been
made for the credentials and registration I
committee to begin their work early Sun '
day morning. All resident candidates I
are expected •'» register Bttodftj.
Sixty five Masons from San Benito )'al j
ley will nrrive here Monday morning in
three Pullman cars, according to word re-
ceived from the Valley. Most of the out |
of town candidates will arrive Sunday, it
was stated, but the San Benito delegation
will not arrive until Monday moaning.
Nonresident candidates who find It Itn
possible to arrive Sunday will be en
rolled earl.v Monday morning.
An excursion ntr of one and one third
fare for the round trip has been authorized
by all railroads of Texas and it was an
nouneed at Scottish Kite headquarters that
prospects now were that many members
would combine business with pleasure to
take advantage of tlio cheap railroad
rales. W ith the addition of new mem
Iters to br initialed next week, the San
Witonlo consistory membership will near
Ihe four thousand mark, according to
Sam F. Cochran, head of the Scottish
Kite In Texas his promised to be here
during the two days of the reunion.
Dr. 3, I*. Wagner has res timed prac-
tice, '.'12 (Jlbbs building, Crockett 31*11.—
H . -
Refusal of a restaurant proprietor to
undergo the medical examination required
of food handlers by city ordinance result-
ed In the fii^ng of complaints against him
in Corporate Court by Dr. W. A. King.
City Health Officer, yesterday.
"The man. and IiIh wife, who also work^
in the restaurant, appeared before Dr.
King, paid the tee of 50 cents to be ex-
I amlued. but refused to take the tent to
determine whether or not they were In-
fected with any form of communicable dis-
I "1 do not. believe In this examination
business." he declared to Dr. King, "and
neither myself nor my wife will submit
lo any such proposition/'
Dr. King explained to him that every
person who handles food or drink in any
manter is required by the ordinance to
have a clean health card. He wan also
told that each and every day the res-
taurant was operated constitute" a sepa-
Dr. King also Informed the proprietor
that his pi mill, lo operate a restaurant
would be revoked unless he and every em-
ploye of the establishment were properly
examined and given health cards.
Wall paper aud aeeor»Uon» for yont
home. Fred lluminert, 201-IW Vest Com-
NATIONAL CATHOLIC WAR COUN-
CIL TO WORK AMONG GIRLS
ores Street. (Adv.)
SAN ANTONIO EXTRKSA.
E*press Want Ad Dept Cr. fi2i
Impress Want Ad Messen-
ger Service Cr. B22
Express Circulation Dept....Cr.
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Managing Editor Cr. 10M
Editorial Rooms Cr. 1^0
Poelety Editor Cr. fflg2
Woman's Club* Cr. 10*3
hport ins Editor Cr. los£
SAW ANTONIO EVENING MEWS.
N*w* Want Ad Dept Cr. 4400
News Advertising Dept. Cr. 44410
News Circulation Dept...,...Cr. 6277
News Circulation Dept Cr. 62M
(leueral Manager ...Tr. 1836
Managing Editor Cr. 081
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Society EdMor Cr. 6141
Sporting Editor ,.,.Cr. 911
Protection of girls and Americanization
work among the foreign elements will
form the post-war duties of the National
Catholic War Council, which has sen'
Mrs. Margaret Long, director of field
work, women's activities, to this city for
organization of Catholic women in this
city for this work.
"We want to organise the Catholic wom-
en of San Antonio for social work among
girls who need our protection uml for a
program to make good American citizens
out of all aliens who came to our coun-
try." she said yesterday, explaining her
"This means, if our plans are fully suc-
cessful, and I am confident they will be,
among other things, the establishment of
a community of recreational center here,
where young people can enjoy themselves
In clean, healthy ways. It also means that
boarding houses which will provide real
homes for girls who arc employed here
away from their homes, will be found, and
it means co operation with the Travelers'
Aid whereby a Catholic woman will meet
every train which comes into the city to
guide and direct girls and women who
otherwise might be friendless.
"Our National program Includes co-op-
eration with the International Institute
of the Young Women's Christian Associa-
tion, the Travelers' Aid and other organi-
zations for the protection of girls and
women as well un all organizations which
have an Americanization program, such as
women's clubs, civic bodies and the Fed
eral Bureau of Naturalization.
"Our Americanization work will be con-
ducted chiefly among the women. You
know It was a sad thing In my work in
Chicago to find so many families where
the children and father spoke English and
j the mother, who hadn't had the opportuni-
ties. had to look to I hem for interpreta-
tion when questions were asked
"Heretofore Catholic women have been
too modest, but the war has broadened
• hem and brought them to a realization of
their opportunities for good in the com
munity. and henceforth I believe you will
find them taking a leading part in every
welfare endeavor, no matter what the
source or origin. Once the work Is under
way they will nrove a factor which will
not be negligible."
Work in organizing the community cen-
ter in San Antonio for Catholic women
will get under way within a few days.
Plnns are now being completed for the or
"It may look like rain to most of the 1
people, but it doesn't look that way to »
me," said Major Bnell, meteorologist of the ,
Department of Agriculture, yesterday,
when asked about the weather. "We may
have a little precipitation when a change
of the weather occurs," he continued, "but
if it rains very much I'll surely miss my
guess." Cooler weather is expected to-
day and the change may be ushered in with
a shower or so in this vicinity.
Unsettled conditions, a more or less
cloudy sky and a drop of the therometer
will be the predominating features of the
weather today if the predictions prove
correct. The change may cause the mer- 1
1 ury to drop approximately llfteen degrees,
giving Sun Antonio and vicinity a tem-
perature of about fitty degrees or less.
Yesterday morning the temperature re-
corded was 66 degrees and the mercy rose 1
as the day wore ou.
The norther which is predicted for to- '
day may not last very long as utmos-
pheric conditions over ihe country are
very unsettled and the distribution of air
pressure very irregular, all of which spells
an unsettled state of the weather in the
I'nlted States. Little raiu is being ex-
perienced at present as only two States
reported precipitations yesterday. Snow-
fell in Minnesota and rain In Missouri.
Two areas of high atmospheric pressure
exist in the country ut present, one of
which centers over the Canadian province
of Saskatchewan and extending southward,
cpvers practically the whole of the plain
State*, including a small area west of the
Rockies. The second area of hljrh pressure |
covers the eastern provinces of Canada aud 1
the Northeastern and Eastern States of the
Numerous storm areas or areas of low
atmospheric pressure are to he found in
the country at present covering different,
regions and arep rlmarily the cause of
the unsettled weather conditions now ex-
isting in this country.
The largest'•storm area to be found at
present exteods from the Rio Grande Val-
ley, where it centers, northward to the
Missouri Valley, and takes In all the South
western territory, ending In the States of
Missouri and Illinois. Another area of low
pressure exists around Arkansas, and still
another in developing over Saskatchewan.
The fourth storm area is coming into ex-
istence on the Pacific Coast.
The freezing line extends southward
from Ihe northern country Into Nebraska,
and the zero line in the State of North
Dakota. Alberta. Canada, is experiencing
the coldest weather of the season and the
thermometer is reported to have dropped
to twenty below In that province. The tem-
perature 4s about normal In the Eastern
States but below in New York, while In
the Mississippi Valley and the Southern
States the temperature is above normal.
Texas observations show a great range
of temperature In this State. On the coast,
a reading of 7fi degrees was reported
while Iri the Panhandle around Amarillo
the mercury howrs around 40 degrees. In
this vicinity the temperature is above nor-
mal for this time of the year.
Cloudy weather conditions prevail in (his
State to a great extent but more so In
the central part than in any other reglotf.
This condition is due to the fact that we
are close to the center of Ihe large storm
area in the Rio Grande Volley.
BrO EXPERT TO TALK.
A lecture on "Insect, Pests of Cereal and
Forage Crops" will be given before Ihe Sci-
on! Ific Society at. a meeting tonight in
their rooms in the Stevens Building, by
T. Scott Wilson, scientific assistant of
the United States Bureau of Entomology.
The meeting will be called at s:if»
o'clock. Dr. Theo. Y. Hull, president, will
be In charge of the meeting.
Picture frr.mlng and artists material®
Fred lluminert, 204-200 West Commerce.
Window glass. Fred Ilummert, 204-?W
West Commerce (Adv.)
WALTON & ARNESON
118 Gunter Bldg. Phone Cr. 291.
Mtiga/ine club offers will advance In
price on November It). Mail me your
list wanted for 11)20 and I will quote you
price at present rates. IIA'IRY J.
COLEMAN, Subscription Specialist, 204
Owl Bldg. Phone TruvIn 2200.
Chiropractic locates and removes
the cause of disease, permitting the
cause oi health to work with full
force, within your body.
FREE X-RAY ANALYSIS
No eliarge in made In tills office
for the full set of X-Ray platia that
Is made of evrry ease accepted for
Chiropractic Adjustments. This
gives you the very best that Hiiro
pructic lias to offer in the way of
positive analysis and without addi-
tional cost to you.
Every ease is handled personally
by H. S. Mario*, M. l\ Sc. t>. C.
You ean make a spnrlal appointment
by phone. Call Mission lit!)!*
Opposite 1000 Block South Tresa
"The Place to Get Hell"
BRIGHTEN CP TOCB HOM1
with Harrison Bros.' Town and Conntry
Paint from Fred Hummert, 204-206 West
H. L. Noble, Optician, now located 414
Moore Bldg Tpavla 2104. (Adv.)
CUT THE HIGH COST OU LIVING
by riding with Beatty Auto Livery, $2 per
hour. Trips 50c and up. Crockett 212.
Crockett 0,1. (Adv.)
Dr. lllght, Dentist, Brady Building, will
construct any character of artificial teeth,
and allow ten days' trial, without the pay*
merit of a cent You cun pay at the ex-
piration of thla period or return ths teeth.
Shelley Undertaking Co.
JOE SRELLEY, President and Manager
AMBULANCE SERVICE "„ne™. rh.P.t
Phone Crockett 971.
Corner Main Avenue and Travis Street.
JEFFERSON 5 r.
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