The Houston Post. (Houston, Tex.), Vol. 35, No. 47, Ed. 1 Wednesday, May 21, 1919 Page: 2 of 18
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THE HOUSTON POST: WEDNESDAY MORNING MAY 21. 1919.
IS WON IN TEXAS
Miss Sterling1 Hovyeyer
Urges That All Men
The equal suffrage campaign commit-
tee. Miss Florence Sterling chairman
will meet in conference with suffrage
workers and all other women interested
in equal suffrage at ID a. m. Wednesday
in room .'!J!. Itice hotels it was an-
nounced Tuesday at a meeting of the
campaign committee in Miss Sterling's
Plans were outlined for the closing
week of the campaign and it was the pre-
vails. g opn.ioii of ill' nieii.lii'rs of the
.committee pri sent th.M the f g!it was
won hut that the vote-- in favor of
equal suffrage niu-t not iiegiei-! to go to
the polls anil ea-t their hall..!.
"There is not the slightest doubt that
the equal suffrage cau-'e is unready won"
said Miss Sterling. "The most important
thing now before the women is to drive
home the faet that .wry voter who is in
favor of ti e adoption of th iial suf
fragc iiinei .ii: i nt niut pn to the polls
Satiiriliiv a 1 vote for li e inn. mliii"iit.
The jnti'..i!ni"i..;i of the equal suffrage
bill as iitnoi.g tin f:r.-t mutters of lazi-
ness to be' taken up i.y cot:gresa wlneli
convened Monday was referred to as mie
of the encouraging signs and one which
Miss Stirling declared ought not to he
overlook! .1 by the men of Tens.
"The iiiea "f Texas are being depend-
ed upon to g t fell en ion-hqi I. the
women of i:.' State May Miss Ster
ling said Til" mI'iy. I am sure that
they will ilo so if ihe women do their duty
in reminding the tn. ii on election day to
go to the polls and cast their ballot in
Hiipport of tl 1'ial suffrage amendment.
The interest d.si.hiMd by the men of this
Htate in equal sulfrage on May 'Ji will
uaturaliy have its cfi.ct in Washington
and therefore the women are going to
work harder than ever to linns out a
big vote to demonstrate to u the other
States that Texas is int. 'rested and de-
termined that its w.. in. n shall be bona
A made in IIout.ui film of the wnr
activities of Ho- won o Houston and
Harris coat 'v. run.lr und r the direction
of Miss Sterling iU;-;t the Red Cross
canteen .sen ice and the various other
activities c iil'icteil y tip. women during
the war. aad w ill be snuvn at several of
the linking p.:nre theaters during the
Traffic Club I gnores
Shop Talk at Luncheon
M.'tnb. rs of t e Hons!
refrauiei! fr..tn t!k;i g
luncheon Tiiesiinv ;n their
the l' n ier hole! l...
were ciij..el i(t tl.e essie
i Traffic cluh
top" at their
elub rooms at
l atund jests
members who ;i been la in their ut-
tendance. A:itiout;eei:ient . a
rious I'oninntie i.f
ment vvoiiid e up..
week. In add.! i'.'i to
' riale that the vn-
th" traffi" depart -..:.te.
one day thi
. the execut ive com.
mittee. there nre l .
compt.seil of au a .erage
-ix men each.
REVIVAL ANVOI M KI.
An old f.'.liioi.ed revival will be begun
at the Salvation Army hall mis l J Pies-
ton avenue Wednesday night by l'o..nel
Jack Add'e. Colonel Addie has been a
prominent officer in the Salvntion Army
for .'id ye:n. and is connected with the
Chicago headqunrters for the western
division. The services will begin at 8
p. m. and will be held each night until
Monday when a lecture on "Modern
Miracles" will close the revival. Colonel
Addie is said to be an eloquent speaker.
He has been holding a aeries of revivals
over Texas and comes here from (Jul-veston.
FREE ARTS CLUBS
Tells of Work of Americans
in Italy JDuring the
The spirit of boHpital workers in Ilnly
during the war was the topic of an ad
dress delivered by lr. P. II. Scnrdino
before the members "f the Free Arts
club Tuesday night at the I'niversity
club. Dr. Seardino. who was formerly
(My health officer served nine months
as a medical officer of the American
army in Italy.
lr. Sciirduio recounted a brief history
of the KCnd base hospital unit from the
time of its organization until the armis-
tice. Anions wot was performed will-
ingly by the American hospital units and
everywhere the snirit of co-operation was
manifest the doctor said. In Italy he
declared the American lttrfiirm was suf-
ficient passport and au American offi-
cer traveling was never allowed to pay
Several sketches on China one of them
being a typical Chinese gnrden party
were given by (Jeorge I.oehr Mrs. Hub-
ert I.oehr and Mrs. Krie Iavis. Chi-
nese costumes were used and the con-
versation was carried on in China's own
.lii.tq Mortimer Iwm rra.l sereral of til
l".nis A riil:iti'.n "f tli wptc.in.' ne.-'.nli'.
-l retiinie'l .ell.e Tfl i.li I .' .y llH ti.tll'T HUH
o r."'eive.l t'r llie rtivlleli''.'. S. A. Stl.'i'lltltl n.
I'.'l.rs.'M'enf wf.'reliirv ef ttie lloimt'.n I'ouii.lii-
tlMi. rea'l a pupcr oil the "Twentieth Century
Mtnrl't' I f Irseh sp.lte irtTlnir an eTprri'.n
"f il.re. i'itl..i h tl.-is.. w ho f..im.te.t tl.e Free
Art. II.. .1-. !:ire. till! tl-e nt.irtt fi.Mireil I'V
'i ti itn ins'init..ii wn.il.l l.e of Kfpiit Tiitue t..
(lie faiiir.. i-rewih .f tl'.- nrf in l!...ili
Mi-s MnrL'Mtft tielr ii-Ih iiiit. s M.xisl'in clrt
n-tio tins Well fji ni e n n t:in.'er. guv.' mi Inter
tirellVe llillli'. ttl lll.-tl tilt' Hlrtt I'f y.HUll W;S
I".rtr'ive0 Ml lo'len.tiinner's ilnti'-t" u;ih u"
. .. nip tut-. 1 I.y lire-!! in. isle.
Ibirrr Itcrrpv a v.miiif wttftrf nt' rv ieir
It. I'. n. r. i'l ft. t ins wrtlt.ti ll" li VI:
riiin Jeeklii n ll..iitn c'rt. M!s tlriet lrnv
ttle. will 'lll.T ft.-' fli'l.l of rtperit this rs II :'U"
tnii.lral -el." t!..n. Tlis ' itipiniini.-nt w.i.
IlKfil l.v M. Hull n.trr. ll luli I'inlil"!
s.t.".-. iie'.iitiiiiiie.'.l l.v Mrs Ito'.ert l'.
lltiiMi r-.l ' er t'tpsl.lM it th. moftlin; I' ..
teniilS' Ihe pre" 1:tt!"U ef ttle t'teffril III .1 .'ltr''l
nupl.er v:.s serv.sl. A h Moll n.-pin- n t w.is I n n -'
Ih.it U'' v." I ' f 1 lt ii. .in;. .' the .'.i i
ll.e II -T t I I.UL' Kill ! tiel'l Mflv :i the f 1 ' i .
Sound Warning Against j
Improper Parking of Cars'
P.e careful where you leave your
motor ears. This is the warning
sounded by the police who are in-
tent on enforcing tint city ordinance J
which requires motor cars to he
parked parallel with the curb on .
streets with double street car tracks.
An average of "victims" a day i
have been reported by the police. J
Motorists who have been "jerked up'' i
for the first time are fined SI each.
In some instances a J fine has been
FIX BOND AT $1000.
i C. I'ngilcll ai:d (i. II. Wvlee al-
lege I t.t have held up anil robbed two
Houston women on the Chocolate mad
Thursday afternoon und later staged an I
alleged night of crime en route to Mean- I
mi. ut. were held on bails of $HHHI eneli
at Liberty on a charge of assault to
Oriental Turkish tobacco charmed
the natives hundreds of years ago..
And when travelers visited the Orient a new delight
awaited and thrilled them in smoking Turkish cigarettes.
The tobacco in Murad is 100 Turkish and is
gathered from those famous lands and Murads are both
charming and thrilling.
True they are a little more expensive than ordinary
cigarettes but oh such a difference!
"Judge for yourself!
murder. Ryloe wae denied ball on a
robbery elm rue following a bearing at
. . . (
Hi'nes Warns Against .
Precipitate Increase of
AuRoriutod Press Itcport.
CINCINNATI ).. May 20.i-"Jn iny
jtirlumpnt w oiiclit not he precipitate ill
inrrcHHini? (he trouiiportation rotes' tie
clnred Walker I). Ilinon director ui-neral
"f mUmmlx before 'Ije convention of tlie
Krotliorlioivl of Knilwiiv Clerks Freight
llaiicllerx Kxpress and Htatiou House
l.mplo.ves here 1 m-Mlny.
Au iiieieiiKi' of railroad rates to pro-
duce the :!lMUMlO.O(tO a year needed to
cover the deficit in revenue to meet ex-
penses might result in milling billions
to the cost of food clothing and other
articles he added.
Closed Shop Agreement
Signed With Millmen
The Houston Showcase and Manufac-
turing company signed a closed shop
agreement Tuesday with employes it was
announced by (.". I. Smallvvood accre-
tary of Ihe Houston Millinen's union.
Mr. Smallwood said the agreement did
not involve the question of wages but
stipulates that none but union men will
be employed in the company's factory ut
oGHI Washington avenue.
The most cordial relations exist be-
tween the offiicalH of the company and
the men. Mr. Smallwood said. The union
wag- scale has been operative in the
showcase company's shops ami the strike
system or other methods of coinpulsiuli
were not resorted to by employes.
Peru's First Ambassador
Praises United States
Associated Press Report.
WASHINGTON. My jii... Fern M first
ambassador l.i.th" I'uited Slates Dr.
Francis Tudeln Varela. as the guest of
honor if the pan-American society at
a liincheirn Tuesday to welcome him to
his new post declared thai "Peru -on-"'ders
with sincere gratification the dc-
Quctt. PcaboJy & Ca Inc. Troy N.Y.
BOUGHT AND SOLD
NEUHAUS & CO.
- J I
eiilve part "which baa fallen to the
Pnited Htateg'in the process of world
Soldiers Injured When
Army Truck Turns Over
Houston Tost Special.
SMITHVILLE Texas May 20. Ser-
f leant Maior Asber was nrobably fatally
njuHrcd Tuesday when an army truck of
the United Htates Oarhivab company
loaded with aoldiers turned over near
here. Sergeant I-tadenberr was severely
hurt and several others considerably
Sergeant Maior Asher had both legs
and a shoulder broken. He was taken at
once to San Antonio the train being
L.ti .;i I 11 l i
aeiu uiiiu up couiu De piaceu aooara.
Qoser Relationship of
Presbyterians Is Sought
Associated Press Report.
NEW OIII.HANS Way 20. Appoint-
ment of an ad interim coimmfrce to draft
a plan for closer relationship between
the Northern prd Sou lierii division of
the Presbyterian church was ndvised iti
the report submitted Tuesday by the
select committee appointed at a recent
session of the f.fty-nintu general assem-
bly here of the Southern Presbyterian
FA YKTTEVTI.LE. Texas Mary 20.
Mrs. Phillip Praunsehnedel was found
dead at her home nenr here Sunday aft-
ernoon. She was till years of age and
leaves a husband three sons and two
The Incomparable Table Oil
With the Fruity Flavor
Dictate to the
Phone for Free Demonstra-
tion in Your Office.
J. H. ALSOBROQK JR.
Phone Preston 524.
311 Scanlan Building.
Canadian Officials and .
Labor Leaders May End
Winnipeg's Big Strike
Associated Tress Report.
WINNIPEG Man. May 20 Impor-
tant developments bearing upon the gen-
eral strike situation in Winnipeg came
to the surface in rapid succession Tues-
day. Although the deadlock between la-
bor1 and industrial .employers will enW
into its fifth night without a decision
there were signs that the marking time
peniod was rapidly coming to an end.
Judge Robertson minister of labor for
the dominion; T. C. Norris premier of
Manitoba; Thomas II. Johnson provin-
cial attorney general; and Mayor Charles
F. Gray all became promirJently and pub-
licly identified with the effort to .bring
about peace by arbitration.
Ministers Robertson and Meighcn are
reported to be traveling to Winnipeg
from from Ottawa. Premier Norris and
the attorney general conferred with a
delegation from the central strike com-
mittee and Mayor Gray prior to a con-
ference with a labor delegation address-
ing a special meeting of the common
council on the strike situation.
Leading strike developments came in
the form of conferences between union
delegates and Premier Norris and other
officials regarding the officially an-
nounced wHlingncss of thff union men to
discuss settlement of the strike on the
basis of general union recognition and
reinstatement of all idle members who
were employed prior to the general
Otlena SIitohI Oil Gulf Oil Corporation
Lone Star Gas Texas Company
Magnolia Petroleum Midland Securities
IMerc-e Oil Sinclair Oil A Itefinlu
Slnclalr Gulf Ohio Cities Oas
Cosilen A Company Humble Oil & Reflnlns
Crown Oil & Refining
The abOTe storks are specially belm aetlye-
ly traded la at present. We Buy Set! Quote
nu.l Kverute Orders for these aud established
Securities of all kinds. Orders executed for
New lork listed Stmts fur taali. or on a
SHERWOOD & KING
Get ths most out of Garden Hdsa.
Hon and Rubber Company's Garden
xo stay auve ana to Keep alive the
tomers. Nothing approaching Its quality has ever been offered at a popular
price diu iresn new iiock just received irom xne jaciory aena us your
orders or write for samples and prices .
V T-Ji I l . ' . '
Tmm (ataaanr nmiT snxma u rata aoirrawsar y
Peden Iron & steel Co.
HOUSTON SAN ANTONIO and FORT WORTH.
- "Do not fall to vote In favor of the bond Issue on May 24. " 1
Black Kid Oxfords and Pumps . $6 to $10
Patent Kid Oxfords and Pumps . $7 to $10
Tan Gray Brown and White Kid
Oxfords .m . .$10
White Kid Pumps $8 and $10
Government Municipal Railroad
Public Utility Industrial
708 10 UNION NATIONAL BANK IJUILDING.
Phones: Preston 332 and 3t7. Houston Texas.
Geo. L. Glass & Sons
WO Main Street.
Auto Tires and
Phena Preston 1951-2501.
Wi can help you. The Boston Woven .
Hose Is full of live rubber It Is built
good feeling between vou and your cue-
Patents Obtained and Trademarks and
Office at 709 Kress Building
HARDWAY & CATHEY
Phone Preston 4790. Houston Texas
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