San Antonio Express. (San Antonio, Tex.), Vol. 54, No. 308, Ed. 1 Friday, November 7, 1919 Page: 5 of 24
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SAN" ANTONIO EXPRESS: FRIDAY MORNING. NOVEMBER 7, 1919.
DEMOCRATS CLAIM MARYLAND. i confidently claiming th«* election of Albert
By A»»<K-tittMi PreM. c Ultehle fur Gofcmor over Harry v
BALTIMORE. M«1 , Nov. 6.--Based cri|Xice, Ripiblicun.
complete unofficial return* of Tuesday's The Republicans. however, not «.i
-lei tlon from all ot the counties of the refuse to concede Mr. Sit e's de! at. I>
stat** and five of the wards «»f the < It/ In slat that the canvass will show Ills H» •
ot Baltimore, the Democrats tonight are tlon.
/AT U R DAY
SIBSTANTIAI. LEAD SHOWN FOll CONFRONT KNOTTY PROBLEM OF
ALL PROPOSALS, WITH EIGHT CAKING FOR 6S PER CENT IN-
PRECINCTS STILL OUT. ! CREASE IN ATTENDANCE.
50c Java Rice Face Powder
50 Woodworth's Garden Fragrance Face Powder 43c
51.00 Frivole Face Powder 89c
50c Freeman's Face Pow-
50c Armand's Face Powder .'!9c
50c McCormick's Beauty
Cream 39c I
50c Southern Beau:> i ace
tiOc Elcaya Cold Cream 49c
19c Woodwwrth's Cold !
60c Palmolive Coid Cream 43c
tHt U1E5T CREATION -
50c Removo Depilitory
$1.00 Famo Hair Tonic ...
$1.00 Splenlox Tair Tonic
KOc Packer's Tar Shampoo
§1.75 Frivole Toilet Water $1.59
$1.00 Jergen's Toilet Water 89c
35c Talcolette Talcum
15c Jergen's Miss Dainty Talcum,
fiOc Forhan's Tooth. Paste
30c Kolynos Tooth Paste
50c Pepsodent Tooth Paste
25c Packer's Tar Soap
25c Resinol Soap
FOR THE MEN
$1.00 Gem Safety Razors H9c
30c Williams' Shaving Cream ■ 23c
30c Daggett & Ramsdeli Shaving
35c Palmolive Shaving Cream 27c
50c Durham Duplex Blades 39c
25c Mennens' Talcum for Men 19c
25c Carters' Shaving Lotion. A per-
feet antiseptic and astringent 19c
WARNER & JONES SHARPENER
Hones and strops, all kinds of safety razor blades. Will
last a life time and pay for itself in a few months and best of all
you get an easy shave $2.50
With six • unnty i>reeln'ts and two. In-
stead of one. city buxw- "Ut, all amend-
ments und the rHiistitntloi.nl convention
question voted on Tuesday are almost r» r
talti to carrv ltcxar County. The county
pr.-rlii. [, w hi. h had not report* 1 up t"
last night are mostly small, and should
the vote not l>e favorable, the present
leads and returns from the city boxen are
exacted to maintain the present status of ,
the constitutional elertlon.
The total v<4e follown:
For road bonds. Mil); against. 74''.
For pensions. 1.440: against. 532.
For prisons. 1.075; ugainst. ."VKl
For tialvesfon bonds, l.-'U; against. 4.;"
For local tax limits, M8: against. TOO.
For university separation, l.UKt; against.
For convention. 756; agaius* Ct!>.
Five county boxes Precinct' ."it, .v». .V*.
•'4 and So wore received vesierday at the
County Clark's office. The total vote of
these preciii' ts was against the road bond
issue, the Confederate pension amendment,
the local tax limits issue and the proposed
plan for calling a convention to revise the
Constitution ot' the State. These boxes
carried the university separation amend
rneut and the Galveston boyd amendment,
the vote being tied on the proposition to
divide the net proceeds of the prison sys-
, teui between the convicts and the State.
60c for 43c
$1.15 for 89c
BEEF-IRON AND WINE-Full pints and best quality $1.00
Sommers' Lawn Box Paper, 24 sheets and 21 envelopes,
Berlin & Jones quality paper, regular 65c, for 49c
TOLEDO WALKS FOLLOWING
OUSTER OF CAR COMPANY
Hv Associated Press.
TOLK1X), Qhlo, Nov. C». Approval by
the voters of an ordinance forcing the
street ear company to suspend business
finds the city entirely unprepared to pro-
Toledo will have to walk unless there
l< some hasty solution and officials now
believe ouster ordinance will force hun-
dred a of interurban cars to cease running
into the city. The latest count shows the
voters l.y a margin of *7." approved th*»
nrdhiance that provides that the Toledo
Hallways and Light Company tuns; va-
cate the streets. The ordinance was en
I acted by the council following a fare in-
• rea«e ar.d was referred to the people by
! referendum petition.
SH0NTS' WIDOW TO CONTEST
WILL IF ONE REACHES COURT
Rumor Says Interborough Magnate
Left Bulk of His Fortune to Woman
Not Related to Him.
R> t'lllvcisal Service.
NKW YOItK, Nov. •!, Notice of an inten
tloti to contest the will of lo r husband,
the late Theodore I'. Shunts, in the event
that he has left, his property to another
woman, was served on surrogate l-'owler
today by .Mrs Mllla 1Shouts, widow of
the former president of the luterborroiigh
Rapid Transit Company,
Mrs. Shouts, who was appointed tempor-
ary administratrix of the estate, says it
will amount to about $474,000 in personal
property. Her husband, she says, had no
real property In tiiin State. She says she
has been unable to find any will, but was
informed Just before he died that he was
about to make a will in which she got
practically nothing, and the hulk of the
property was to yo to a certain woman
not related to him \ v blood ««r otherwise
Just before he went to Panama in 11HM.
he showed her a will in which she was
made sole beneficiary No will has been
offered for probate und no application has
been made by the oilier woman for let
tcris of administration.
The Bxpre** Austin Itureuu.
AUSTIN, Tex., Nov. t>.—Itegeut* of the
I'uivemlty of 'K xu» In session today rati
fled appointments of instructor^, tutors
and a*sihtunt* luad-* by l»r. it. K Vinson,
president, to meet the iu< t ?ased need of In
struction this due to a Oh per cent
lucrearte In uttendam over last year. In
order to meet increased expendituns ue
isaury, resolutions wcr»» passed requesting
Governor Hobby t • approv • a deficient
aceouut of $00,0110 to be used by th» I'ni
versity during the current year.
In consideration of the election returns
on the constitutional amendment It was
decided to do everything possible to a
quaint the people of the state with the .
needs existing to the end tuat the Legis-
lature might be Indu .d to provide fully
for the necessary lualntetiance so that the
entire available tund might be used for the
erection of buildings to take the place ot
shacks. At present much of the available
fund has been mj.d for support
Among the business matters taken up in
the session today w. s the acceptanie with
thanks of J. K White sell* t Navarro Coun
ty students' fund in the sum of to i
he used In aiding needy boys and girls of
Navarro County to attend the I'nlverslty
Kesolutions were passed declaring it the
intention of the Cnlversity to provld • a
full time man physician for the women
students beginning with the fall term of
There was a vote to contiuue member
ship in the American Cnlversity I don of
Europe for the current year ami arrange
meuts were allowed through this sour e
to receive a visiting French professor dur
ing a portion of the current year to give
a course of lectures in history, economic*
or French literature.
Appropriations were made to continue ,
the collection of Texas war collections dur
ing the current year.
Kesolutions were adopted in honor of the
late l'rof. 11. I». Tarlton of the law depart I
Regents present were W U Itrents of |
Sherman, •!. A. Keuip of Wichita Fails. l»r.
llalph Steiner of Austin. W 11. Dougherty
of (Jaincsville Louis J. Wort ham of Fort
Worth and II. J. Lutcher of Orange F.
W. Cook of Sau Antonio and (leorge
I.lttlefield of Austin were absent on a-
count of illnesH C K. Kelly of Fl l'aso
was not present.
SHOWING APPRECIATION FOR
WORK DONE BY RED CROSS
J. B. L. CASCADES (Tyrrells), the internal hath $12.00 g PAPAL DELEGATE TO U, S.
TO REMAIN IN WASHINGTON
The safest and best laxative for both
child and adult. Only in original bottles
of 30 for 25c
Walls and ceilings painted with Flat-Tone have
a rich, soft, colorful finish that
adds greatly to the charm of any
decorative scheme. It is an oil
paint, easily applied, very dura-
ble, does not streak and can be
cleaned without injury.
S-W Old Dutch Enamel
Gives beautiful white woodwork, which stays pure
white for years. Does not crack or chip, and can be
washed clean without the le&st harm to color or sur-
Complete Wall Paper Department
We carry an excellent supply of high-grade
papers fresh from the centers of wall paper fashion.
We offer decorative service for wall paper use and
offer great advantages in economy. Competent me-
chanical help obtained for our customers.
Phone Orders Quickly Delivered by An to
The Sherwin-Williams Co.
San Antonio Hrighten-l'p Store
135-137 W. Commerce Street
Telephone Crockett 3103
Itv Anwtelated Press.
UOME iWednesday), Nov. f» The report
that Montdgnor llonzano, papal delegate to
the I'nited States was about to leave Wash-
ington to take up an important post here
denied at the Vatican today. A slmi
l.ir report was circulated when" Mouslgnor
Uon/.ano was In Koine on his recent visit,
the idea bolng that he might be appointed
secretary of the consistral congregation
dealing with American affairs, to replace
Monsignor Vleeiizo Sardi. who probably
will 4»e created a cardinal at the con
history in December.
i Ity Associated Press.
KANSAS i ITV, Mo., Nov. 0,—Kaiif*a« is
'eadlhg the Southwest dlvblon with LXi.Oirti
' members enrollol iu the first two days of1
• fh" tnird lied Cross drive, according to 1
reports rcieived at State headquarton
here. The State's quota is $400.00, a dollar
for each enrollment.
Kans.s City apparently Is leaning In.
Mi^ourl wiili r.'.thKi iUembcra out of ul
i ■ ity quota < f lllt-.UtM.
Coil :s Christl. Just etu rgl:i,T frotil a
hurricane whlth wrecked ttie clt.v, In In
ilie I'orelront among the cities cf Texas.
The lied Cross organization offered t"
moiiivI the city's qm»ta, iu view of the r<
j cent disaster, but ltoy .Miller, the local
i halrman. declared the toun couilderidl
tills an opportunity to express apprecia-
tion lor the work of thi lied Cross there
i During the fIrkt two days of the campaign
i members were obtained. Thirty fl/'
Ued Cross workers are still on duty at
I Corpus christl, aiding in the work of re-
Mlsstgiri. Kansas, Oklahoma. Arkansas
i and Texas comprise the Southwestern dlvi
| slon of the Ued Cross.
WOOD SHORTAGE HERE
Kailroad CommiHsion Asked to Provide
Cars for Shipment of Fuel.
GRAND JURY TO INVESTIGATE
NEW YORK'S POLICE FORCE
Ily Associated Press.
NKW YORK, Nov. C.---Investigation of
New York's police department with intima-
tions that it might result in sensational
revelations of an alliance with the under
world was begun today by the extraordin-
ary gram! Jury originally called to con-
sider radical activities.
The Express Austin Hureau.
AUSTIN. Tex, Nov. 6.—Serloui shortage
of wood exists at San Antonio, according
to William A. Hlack, member of the Leg
Islature from I'.exar County, who was bete
today to appeal to the Railroad Commis-
sion for help in providing cars for ship-
ment of wood into San Antonio, and who
ulso conferred with Governor Hobby.
Mr. Ma k sai l that the wood situation
in San Antonio would be readily relieved
BUBONIC PLAGUE IN NEW
ORLEANS BEING CHECKED
Jty Associated Press.
NKW OKI.KANS. Nov. <!. The New Or-
leans Association of Commerce In a state
ineiit ifcsued today relative to the bubonic
plague situation declared Federal, State
and city health authorities "positively as-
sert that work now being done will quickly
eliminate Injection and that the city is
in no danger whatever, there being no
chance of the disease spreading."
There have been three deaths and an-
other patient Is salil to have shown symp-
toms of the plague.
CHICAG0ANS TO FACE ONE
MINUTE TOWARD EAST NOV.11
By Associated Press. .
CHICAGO, Nov c» in the celebration c.f
Armistice Hay, November 11, all Chicago-
in s iit II o'clock will slop for one minute ,
and faco toward the east, according to I
plan* announced for the celebration todcy.1
THREE KILLED, TWO BADLY
HURT IN CROSSING MISHAP
it; Associated Press.
KM 11. I.klii.. N IV. II.. Mrs. Mnrtln Qnln-1
iiii.'h mill ii kli'l 7 ywim' oli], name nit
known, mm hoy I ymr» oiii, name mi
known, witv kiili'il iinlmitly, and Martin
IJulnniii'# mill two ilii.iK'hlii's. ]o umi | •
yi-urs of iiri', wi'i'n iHTlii.pa fatally Injur.'!
Kits nioriiiun when nil nutouuiblh' In
whlrli tlii'.v witi' ilrlvint' was struck by a
Uo(k Ishiml I mi in lit Kri'inlin, If tulles
i.ortli of In i'i' The ileml* mill Injured nro
believed to lie renlitunti of Sinus Kallfl.
K li. und Were on their way home from'
I'i I'llBO, Tl'.V
i:\tv-om; mi. i kahks ark filkii
S|n.. iiil 't'rl-'i;iiiiii i" I'lie i:j|ir,..«.
i'i Kltit. Te\ . Nov. li, T|ip Inrcnst :ium-
lier of oil lease:! ever filed In tills enmity
. In one dny 1 nin - from the Xordlielm see-
j tton Tuesday morning, when "1 lease*
• secured by Hr. Charles Mernltz and oth-
ers from various residents of that part
of the county, were sent over for record.
The leases represent iii to lS.nnO acres
where very iionil surfaue lnillcatloin ot oil
have (wen found,
Sty!e for Youths from 16 to 61
This is a young man's store—and a store lor older
incn of youthful spirit. And nothing proves it so conclusi.dj
as the clothes we have for you to select from this fall.
jpiirtsltt iranJt Chithrs
FOR YOUNG MEN" AND " N WHO STAY YOUNG
There are many new ct.lors and patterns for Autumn—n-..
touches of smartness in cut, new leacurcs tliat you should see
to know what's correct.
We're expecting you. It will he a pi asure to shenv ym
the good things, and we know yoi 'll enjoy looking at tht.n.
inilT*v ^ i* i t"ilii, 4*1 UW0 l|t
Society Brand Clothes are soJd in
San Antonio exclusively at Joske's.
if earn were provided, there bolntc pleuty
of wood in Uie San Antonio territory, but
which eannot be broiiKht Into the city
beenuhp i»f link of railroad facilities One
of tlif largest wood yards in the eltv if*
without i supply, and the supply iu others
is rapidly illtnlnlshlnc, Mr Hlaek said.
An all members ..f the Railroad Coni-
rnlRRlon are out of the city, Mr. Iilaek
wan unable to take the wood situation up
with them, but he left a written appeal
which will, it Is e\pe. ted, be jrlveri prompt
consideration when the commissioners re-
LLOYD GEORGE ENDORSES
LADY ASTOR'S CANDIDACY
American Birth of Woman Forced Into
Campaign — Beckler Would Honor
English Woman to Parliament.
tlntf down :i test
I. W .ird'< land, m ar the well It will sink on the Korp plu
liiiNVard. T he >. tun. hiv. >..( their < .1 ^ a I ><»ut twelve miles south of IMiw
1 iij-c and are now p.iin t .imik' the eartf ii With ihese tests goliijr en iu different
a rapid pa«e. ; parts of the county It should soon be de
The Vanderhllt Petroleum Company has ' teriuined whether or not .lucksou Is iu
everything m readluess in work on 11ho oil district.
Without its alcohol, the fin-
est drink old Mother Nature
has ever blessed her sons
with. Drink it plain or mixed
as you Would a cocktail, high-
ball, rickey or cobbler.
Aik vour dealer or write us for a
free i p\ r>fli Tht Art of Hoipiuiity"
GARRETT * CO., Ine.
Ba«h T'ftniail Bldg. lo, Brooklyn, N. T.
By Assnelsteil Press.
PLYMt'lTlI, Nov. fl.—Lady Astor lias
received the personal endorsement of Pre
mier Lloyd <ieorge In her candidacy for
a seat in the lloiifle of Commons from the
Plymouth district. The Premier, it was
announced today, has sent her a letter of
encouragement and a promise of his heart\
Lady Astor's American birth wns forced
Into the campaign last nlpht for the first
time when ut u school house meeting a
i man asked:
j "Aren't there any English women quite
as fit to be the flrnt woman member of
tin* Prltish Parliament as an American'.-'
Lady Astor replied to the questioner With
"There are a great many but there is
none who knows the needs and conditions
of Plymouth as 1 do."
A heckler persisted, risking:
"Aren't there other social questions In
America to which you could give your
attention to better advantage?"
Lady A*tor vehemently denounced thl>
question as an Insult, upon which the in
drill kir oil NKAlt ki»n \
Rpeeinl IVIeursui to The i';xprf»N.
I*1)NA, Tex., Nov. oli developments
In this section have reached a stage where
they are being watched with Interest
The Coast Line, (Ml Corporation, which
Is putting down a test oil well on W It
Calhoun's place a fevf miles below Kdnn.
have reached a depth of something like .*»ih)
feet. They are making rapid progress
The Texas Company of Houston are put
"CHEAPER THAN MEAT"
Select them alive and we will kill and dress them
quickly for you free of charge. Note these prices.
TODAY AND SATURDAY.
HENS, 28c LB.
LARGE FRYERS, 28c LIT.
ROOSTERS, 18c LB.
TURKEYS, 30c LB.
We also have DUCKS and GUINEAS.
5,000 pounds of large fresh PECANS at 17c lb.
Corner Main aud Travis Sts.
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