The Houston Post. (Houston, Tex.), Vol. 36, No. 328, Ed. 1 Friday, February 25, 1921 Page: 4 of 18
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THE K0U5TC: J I C3Tt FTLIDAY
ii) BE DISCUSSED -AT
. -i- - ': . . .
Bankers and Farmers Meet
- C. to Have Unusual
'--l Features ( '
Hoostoa Post BpeciaL
" COLLEGE STATION Texas Feb. 24.
Vntk tine altoe;ed for iadividnal die-
- cassioa aa every topic broaxht up at
tke seeand annual banker-farmer con-
fereate ta b held at the Africaltaral
ai4 Mechanical eoUese ei Texas March
I ant) 4 the proftain which haa Just
he aavMonced by the eomaiittee ta-
. thxfea considerations of the most perti-
sent matters affecting the two indus-
tries by the leading authorities of the
. - Sabjactt af Diecassloe.
"Factors in. Financial Credit" by Dr.
W. B. Bissell president of .AxTicultnral
and Mechaaiea eoHeae; "Mskinf Cotton
Loaat Safe" by Eldrid McKinnon. presi-
dent of the Texas State Bankers' iwo-
ciatJea; "The Work of the Farm Bu-
reaa" by J. T. Orr. president of the
Texas Farm bureau; "Closer Co-opera-tioa
Between Bankers and Ftnners" by
Ed Hall Commissioner of insurance and
banking; "Co-operative Marketing." by
Aaroa Sapiro foremost authority in the
United States on co-operative market-
.karV m Cotton Probien" by Clar-
ence Oualey of Agricultural and Me-
chanical college; "The Status of Our Cat-
tle Industry" by E. B. Spiller. secretary
. af the Texas Cattle Raisers' assocja-
1 ttM; The Foreign Export Corporation"
' by Nathan Adsms president of the
. American Exeh-sr National bank of
Dallas: "Why the Bankers Should Co-
operate with the Farm Bureau." by Joe
Hirsca. chairman of the agricultural
committee of the American Bankers' as-
' soeiation; "The Workings snd Practical
: Benefits of the Federal National Banking
System." by F. M. Law. . rice president
' first National bank. Houston: these are
the hnportant addresses to be heard by
ml those attending the two-day confer-
ence. Military Exalaltiea.
Other features from which the farm-
.' era and bankers will derive mutual and
practical benefit include a number of dis-
- caaaiona and practical demonstrations by
the Agricultural and Mechanical college
specialists such as the judging of uve
toek the study of power farming the
aeration of dairies and care of dsirv
' herds the selection and breeding m
: pealtry etc. The entire plant of the
college consisting of buildings experi-
saent farms breeding farms dairies poni-
. tfj plants creamery live stock herds
and equipment will be plsced at the
disposal of the bankers and farmers at-
' teadjng the conference.1
i The Agricultural and Mechanical col-
lege cadets will aid in the entertainment
"at the delegates as well as the entire
college community. The cadets will va-
cate one dormitory and sleep in their
shelter tents on the military drill ground
ta) provide sleeping accommodations for
those who attend. They will also give
a atilitary parade In honor of the dele-
gates and engage in other military tac-
' tiea to demonstrate the enormous amount
' of sanitary equipment at tht collexe. and
the matara of the training given here.
Major Li. K. Uougberty professor of
! military science and tactics and is staff
at nine regular commissioned officers of
'tba United States army will direct the
demonstrations of modern methods of
. atffiUry drilL
Valley Forge Historical
?- Society Honors Wilson
V Associated Press Report.
VALLEY FORGE Ps. Feb. 24.
President Wilson it was announced
Tharaday by Rev. W. Herbert Burke.
' lector said founder of the Washington
memorial chapel has been made sn hon-
orary perpetual benefactor of the Valley
- Forge Historical society and has ac-
' eepted the honor. Dr. Kurke said a
badge of the society in gold and enamel
will be presented to the president by s
special committee and that a fund of
$5000 to endow the benef actorship 4n his
honor is being raised.
U. OFT. ESTABLISHES
CLASSES FOR WOUEll
Trade Specialists to Be Pre
i t t :
pared ior insirucung ui
f JKeirbrk i (
Houston Post Special.
iTTSTtV tt. Feb. 24. Teacher-
training classes for women have been
established in San Antonio Galveston
Hobston and Fort Worth recently under
the direction of the University of Texas
department of industrial education.
These classes are similar to those al-
ready established in Dallas and other
Texas cities for the preparation of trade
specialists for instructing in their trade.
Varied Seajects Taught.
Classes in San Antonio are in charge
of Miss Iaura Murray who is assis-
tant director of trade and industrial
training with headquarters in Austin at
the university. The class meets twice a
week for two hours at night. The first
20 meetings of the training work are
taken up with instructions to the mem-
bers as to how to analyse their trade
snd methods of work so as to be able
to explain them to classes they are to
instruct later. The second unit of the
teacher training worl consists in prac-
tice teaching. Subjects taught vary ac-
cording to the locality and its needs.
Dressmaking millinery art needle work
cafeteria management hotel keeping
power machine operating in garment fac-
tories and specialised salesmanship are
among the trades represented in these
Fort Worth classea under the super-
vision of Miss Katherine Ball have In
them in addition to others bookbinders
printers garment workers and wait-
resses. The work follows the same gen-
eral plan of procedure in all (he cities.
Galveston classes are under the direc-
tion of Miss Cecil Burdick. Bookbind-
ers are preparing for the instructional
work in Houston.
Wert Aided by State Fitta.
Work of the department of industrial
education was established as a part of
the federal plan provided foe under the
Smith-Hughes law which had for its par-
pose the bettering of industrial condi-
tions and the securing of more skilled
labor in the United States. The work
is aided by State funds and is carried
on in conjunction with the State board
of education. As it is organized the
work provides for the accomplishment of
free aims. These are to help prepare
workers for holding positions in some
trade of their choice; to increase the
trade and technical knowledge of those
already employed; and to train teachers
superiors and directors for the or-
ganisation and teaching of classes for
such t: : ining.
Texas Alumni in Pittsburg
To Celebrate March 2
Houston Post Special.
AUSTIN. Texas. Feb. 21 According
to word received from E. E. Iunlay
former tutor in chemistry at the Uni-
versity of Texas who is now holding a
fellowship at Mellon institute Pitsburg
a March 2 celebration will be l-ld in
that city by former students of the uni-
versity. This is in accordance with the
custom fostered by the Ex-Students' As-
sociation of the University for an an-
nual banquet and celebration on March 2
nm Vbod Oriak" ttr sJl Agea
QrrjceT lncb at HomeOffic& on
fivvrmnm rw HORLIC1CS
1 T .t
Highest Quality Spring Clothing
The Landers Co. Small Profit Policy
in every city where there are five oc
mora University et Texaa alumni.
Dr. C. 8. V oakum formerly a pro-
fessor ta psychology art tta ' wckersity
will be toastmasttr for the occaai" it
hi anaoanced 1 and Judge R. K. Uatta
formerly a zq ember oc Us lav school fac
nlty viB be the chief tweaker. About 81
Texaa aljnani Ms re.ir.g ta Ptttafcnrt
will have part m the celebration 17
' ; :
One Monthln Prison
Aaaodated freea Report.
T0B30. rbJ i24v-Toealgoea Onaev
ware tht eatry abet Uestccaati
Langdoa a the U. 8. 8. AJhaav at Tla4l-
vostok last caonth and wbe vaa ac
quitted by a court martial haa been acu-
te need te month's; faxinrisoament far
making a f als statement before the tri-
bonal. Colonel Horiucht.'tajor Iahikawa
Captain Koraaaote and liewtacant lsae-
to superior officers la the sentry regi-
ment have beea sentenced a terms
imprisonment varying from a week to a
month for faUihg te train and instruct
the sentry property regarding hla du-
IT I anhr natural that the American lk if tht
woman haa learned to lost ta Faria JatofMstWIf
ior the Ytry rarest and Jawat articles tamaehat.
far accentuating and bringing out her
la all Paris there are less than a half dotea tpeclaltata who
have won an international reputation in the productioa of fine
toilet preparations. And among these almost every Parisian
woman will tell yon that the name of Dorin for over n century .
haa stood pre-eminent in the study of akin textures and tkin
coioriarv la his atelier at Paris poodle and rouges of ex-
quieite softness and refinement have beea perfected for every
kind of coloring for the many types of blonde and brunette
for the "indefinite" type (the brune-bloodc) and for the Titian
PJt7' . ... i:-- l:.
l a uonn nrsc came toe gdbgvpuw i wauu
wdre and rouge in dainty ItttW compact placaaes so that
wherever ye go. T "7
bac the mcani of pottta on
sWsbm of Darin's intention
kind of nmfctt a "Dorin." Unacrupuloas dealer and mana-
facturtr hare fostered this custom and have frequently beea
known to vac the word "Dorin" to describe aa inferior or per-
haps harmful substitute. Some have beea so unacrupuhaas as to
actually copy the Unci of La Darinc Poodret and Dorm's
Rouges to decchr yea.
Haw to Tell
Doris of Fans ass sckcbm aa
the Mic imsorwr oi m mam
brated nut sad mmhtt Ur
of JTJAtbom" $w
Tori. la addiliwi ta h owo
hbd'w) the Mp the bos. b
asks vm . ioo urn jm m
aottosi of every box fr the
little hhel ho has s4aetd there
thai carries the name F. S.
Arnold a Co.
Only la this way csa .yM Va
aaoRd acaBt aria; loiposed
poa by inferior subautntes aad
Aa an aid in selecting the
tint that will eatpbasis yoaa
IM particular Kino oi mun wv
m have srtpared a booklet. What
N i. yJor'CaJorinfr" It defcn
II tha variooa tnaa of beauty and
Toudres Qomfocm (fy'Dorine)
Mall Order Promptly
Brings Down the Cost
The new Spring Clothing now displayed by us met the
approval of all who saw them.
The first consideration in "Landers Co." merchandise
Our small profit policy and our enormous turnover
brings these clothes to you at the Jowest possible price.
Now is the Time to Buy
We expect to break all former selling records this
spring anil we advise our customers to make their se-
lections early in the season from qur complete stocks
there is a great possibility of higher prices and a short-
age later on.
Young Men's Models are Featured
STADIUM (union made)
New Patterns New Models
$30 $35 $40 $45
asaaaw. nj. '
.n) ILIIjlll mmm
1 i 7
Genn&Tt Undersell U. S.
. V..ftfa;f ?rf;uers m Peru
. Aamctated Prtsa RaporC
WAjyn. TON feh - tLGtrmM
aaaBuf';- ri are deraetling Aaeri
ean cosapeuora htan bat their e-UverKa-are
alow aai it will be aoata
tia before Oenaaa' gooda can attain
teir pre-'war o.uatjr the American com-
mercial "attache at Lima' Thursday In-
farmed ta department of comma rce.
Conaeaaua et oplul la that Germany
pi regala her anp aey ha the hard-
n naarbt hue k i-t a eieation 'of
vhea that tiae will .'.lie. the commer-
cial attache said. " Ilv added that Pa-
ruviaa aaerchanfa believe that It will be
atx montha te two 'years before Ger-
many can expert hardware in large quaa-
. . r - v
Houaton Poat BpeckL
BAT Cm Texaa Feb. 24. At the
regular annaal meeting of the stock-
header of the Itrat 8UU bank held
Tuesday officers and directora war
chosen. i j
7 7 hlDd
jam a touch of the color you ffvl
women bare come to call any
aattaos of sonars aad raaga af
booUot. iyrf "lHrrt!t
of mow oyoa hatr aad skia a
thai we caa satsot ta exact
shades tor you.
Or send fee. m eoin and yea
win reaov tk booklet with two
Deria packets one of poodr
and otx of rouae ftmmt
(loose powder form. Xeoext-
ber to scad descriptioa of your
iotraa nw letter to F. K.
Arnold TCo Sole Iaiporter. 23
West Talj imai Street Mew
To be genuine Dorin
Rouges and Poudret
made for the U. S. A.
mu$t ato bear the
name F. R. Arnold eft Co.
v - -
In the distinctive onewo
tod three button etfecta
with wide range of
Down aa low M
Exquisitely tailored in
the much wanted ma-
terials. We specialize
in the correct present-
ation of the latest ideas
from the leading style
Down aa low as
Up&tairs 1009V2 Texas Avenue-Upstairs
Responsible lady of good education and tact who is well
known and who knows most of the people in her commu-
nity to act as representative for a
Large Houston Department Store
Take orders for merchandise transmit them intelligently;
receive deliver and collect for them upon their return and
pay bills prdmptly when due. To auch a lady is offered a
most attractive opportunity to manage a business that will
prove pleasant and profitable. Address stating qualifica-
tions and references
DEPARTMENT MANAGER Cart Houston Post "
THOMAS V. HOPKiriS
(Mentembet U Name and Bualneea)
URANCK OF ALU KINOS -
iuitV aufiaTY. onoi ;
n SM Tlsuat
The good old prices we back
again at FARLEY'S
Remember the beautiful suiu
you used to buy for thirty or
self can quit worrying over
clothing; quit waiting for
lower prices quit wearing
that old suit or coat and quit
feeling that you must "save
up" because FARLEY has
answered all these things for
Variety? There is no
limit to our variety you will
find here everything that you
can possibly need for Men
Women Girls and Boys.
5fe? FARLEY buy
only from the very best style
producers and the styles are
Price? The "good old
prices" you paid in 1915
are back again and marked on
Cash? "Forget it Farley
doesn't demand cash. At
FARLEYS your name is
good for anything in the store.
COME IN TODAY
and celebrate the return of
the "good old prices".
Men's Hat Sale
"Latest shapes Splendid
quality-at 'good old prices".
the Sngarl3nt Industries Waka
B ainda of Hlan arada' oafaa. "oali
attMwa la seven cradoa and alt alaeai
Mulithurlr arid and lla varied bjr-Dtd-
la the ever popular double
bceastec made op in a
treat variety of cloths
w tares and colorings.
Down aa low aa
Chic and. becoinmg coats
of the best materials and
tailored with that mirnit-
ahle touch for which we
Down as low aa
BUY FROM x '.I
u CONTRACTING CO.
111 MAIM ST. i
ALtopitic Water Hsttert
We have a stock of Aluminum Jackal
Water Hsatsrs just received. Plate
J. D. COLLINS CO.
H10 Congress Avenbe
K: . Levy Electric Co.
MOTOR MASTERS '
' BQlMPPEtf TO HOLTR POWVa
raOBLKMa oa? aav aiAUMTUDa
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