The Houston Post. (Houston, Tex.), Vol. 35, No. 128, Ed. 1 Sunday, August 10, 1919 Page: 3 of 69
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IIODSTOH OFFICER -OPPOSES
BILL FOR .
. UIUTARY TRAIHIMG
Signal Battalion Veteran :c-:
Returns From Overseas
Blue Bird Has
K"THE STDHE THAT AND KEEPS CHCiYi:'
' ASK TO SEE IT.. FIRST'FLOC H
' Brig. Gn; Hulerilin Wash-
ington Voices Qbjectiori to 4
. : Pending Militiry Bill S
t Houston Port Special. ; . .
V' " WASHINGTON Aug.-Brigadier
General John A. Hulen ;: of . Houston.
chairman of the legislature eofhmittee of
th National Quard association of the f
y United States and Claud V. Birkhead of
San-Antonio mentbera of the executive
and law committees are in Washington
to interpose objection to the administra-
tion's pending military bill for the so-
. called universal training and Colonel
- Birkhead will probably appear before i
: both house and senate committee next;
' week. . ...;- ... : ?. . I
Friday also there was registered a pro-1
test against the bill by James A. Harley .
adjutant general of Texas in a telegram -to
Senator Culberson which waa laid be i
lore the senate committee. Barley atated
: . that the otisen-soldler was against ' the
administration bill and that the people of
Texas were unwilling- to surrender their
' boys at n moat impressionable age to a
- military autocracy to be influenced in fa-
vor of military power. - - . -;
v Speaking for the National Guard asso-
ciation. Colonel Birkhead who served
; with' the artillery of the 36th division; in
: France regards the legislation as em-
: bodying a peace time draft to fill the
y peace time regular army and centers the
man-power under a military dictatorship
"In place of this system' said Colonel
Birkhead "we will propose a local citisen
soldiery controlled within and by itself
similar to the marine corps idea. This
v will be accomplished without disturbing
the regular army."'
Washington toibe controlled by the
Mayor of Nuevo Laredo . '
- Removed From Office
r V . Aisociatrd Press Report )
" ? LAREDO Texas Aug. 9. Francisco
' Peres mayor of Nuevo Laredo the
Mexican city opposite here Saturday
-waa removed from office by order of
' . Governor A. D. Andres Osuna because
of the former's opposition to certain
' measures promulgated by the governor.
Alvaro Barren a member of the city
council waa appointed acting mayor
. .pending the election tomorrow. Bar-
. rera ia a candidate of the "white" party
which ia opposing the "red" party of
which Perea is a member.
All aaloona in Nuevo Laredo were
closed Saturday until Monday. The
reason given waa the election tomorrow
although it is thought the fight scheduled
for tomorrow between Jack Johnson
former heavyweight champion and a
"white opponent ia Nuevo Laredo also had
some bearing on the order..
; k Corp. Joe 1L Thompson. '
Company C 111th field signal battalion
30th division has returned to his home
at 1208 Clay avenue ' He hap been over-
sea. for more than-a year. He is the
nephew oh Mr. and Mrs. R. H- Coolgrove
and the eon of the late Captain i. P. o.
Thompson of Navasota. His brother
John ; Percy Thompson was - killed at
Chateau. Thierry June 3. 1918. .
Goose Greek Royalties
' for June Nearly $22000
- V'1' ' ' si in i aa...-
It Houston Post Special;
. AUSTIN Texas Aug. 9. The royal-
ties to be paid the State from the Goose
Creek - field for June ' will aggregate
about $22000. an improvement of some
$10000 over the preceding month. This
is due to the. bringing Jn of several gush'
- Land Commissioner Bobison is of opin
ion that there will be continued increase
in the amount of the royalties as soon as
the new plan of letting leases is fully
developed as the leases will be taken for
the purpose of production and not largely
lor speculation as In tne patsv -
- For Brazos Nominated
. ' Houston Post Special.
BBTAN. Texaa. Aua. fl. In the nr..
"dnct conventions held Friday over the
ronntv fnp mail mmmliilnnai- . k.
- - - Miv IVI-i
lowing nominations were made! . Pre-1
dnct No. 1. Prof. J. a Nagle head of
the civil engineering department of the
A. and hi. college and P. L. Barron: No.
2 J. T. Leathers and J. Harris No. 8
3. 8. Mooring and M. W. Sima; No. 4
C. 8. Jones H. P. Danaby E. J. Jenkins
end J. Webb UowelL
Aa election was held Friday in the
Tabor High achool district on increasing
the special school tax from 12 to 60
cents. The proposition carried by a vote
' of 40 to IS -
Man Charged With Murder
Attempts Suicide r in Jail
Houston Post 8peciaL
DALLAS. Texaa Aug. 9. J. W. Hill
held iu county jail on a charge of at-
tempting to kill his wife Saturday made
a second attempt to end hia life. Hill
began battefing. his head against the
teel bars of the jail and was placed in
a padded cell after officers had overpow-
ered him. .... .: i ; v ..
. ROAD BONDS APPB0TED.
i r Houston Poet SpecIaL .
AUSTIN Texas Aug. 9 Delta county
Saturday riled an Issue of $500000 for
road bonds fi per cent aerial issue. They
ware approved by the attorney general's
department. .. .
f:'It" Brightens '71
. . It Cleanses
-Hind through Ita use in your
home all metals copper Iron tin
bronxe glass andjyour silverware
may at all times be bright and
clean. . .
No drudgery when you use Loyal
American Cleanaer fo It - cleans
and polishes Instantly and with so
lltUa an effort on your part that it
will prove a ready Surprise. The
government - has found this out
and nses.it In all its buildings
throughout the United tates.
At all leading grocers or phone
Preston 4365 and we will gladly
supply them. -.
Texas 03 Gas arid Mineral
" 't'' Houston Texas U. 8. A. .
A Great Fan For
-iWestuighouse 8ch. Whirlwind Jans; d A rjA ;
will last for years. Price only. ; . DlU)uU C
We also have a reasonably good stock of 1 0-inch and '
; 1 2-inch Stationary and Oscillating Fans. ; Come in -
tomorroMr and let us show them toyou.' ' '26- 'vt
Opposite Bristol Hotel '
V7C? Travis St
We have been very fortunate this season in the prompt arrival ; of new things for autumn and winter..;
Many of our collections are surprising in their completeness at so early a date. Every phase of the
approaching seasons authentic fashions are shown in a wide variance of attractive effects. "'I'XoS.
L Seldom if ever have-we offered at
the opening of a season sucrare
values as this collection embodies
; Newest models in tricotines serges
' satins taffeta and taffeta combina-
tionsrin all th? pleasing new darker
. shades are included. Trimmings in
tassels silk and .wool embroidery
narrow belts etc. Exceptional at
thisprice. 1 s i
. v Other New Autumn Dresses
Up to $450.00
New Suits at
A ready surprise awaits you in
these suits at this price. Splendid
serge gabardines poplins tare the
favored materials in all the new
models and colorings ; choice of
plain or fancy linings ; plain or
fancy tailored in the new. long coat
and other new effects. You will be
delighted with these suits at this
Other New Autumn Suits
Up to $197.50
Unique new . models at once de-
lightful and desirable and ex-
tremely so at this price. The
finest of Georgettes in a wide
range of colorings; trimmings In
braids embroidery laces beads
Other New Blouses at up to
of the very
millinery In every
In gand material;
newest In autumn '(
not a hat in
the collection but
value at this price. .
is a radical
Other New Hats at from $5.00
up to $35.00.
'XL t??.?& hat
15c Sylvan Talcum 11c
25c Palm Olive Talcum. 15c
t 25c Trailing Arbutus Talcum. . .19c
v25c lkJtitholatum 19c
25c Sylvan Face Powder. . . . v .19c
2"5e Amolin ...... 19'c
25c Lazelle Shaving Ceam. . ! . .19c
25c Creme de Meridor .t. . r . . 19c
New. arrivals daily make of this de-
partment one of the most interesting
in the vvstore. The new Modesties
Gilets Vests Collar and Cuff Sets
Peplums etc. await you in a wide
range of attractive prices.
Special Monday 98c Ruffling 69c
Are new arrivals ; fine selected Orean-
ldie and Georgette Ruffling' sorhe with
dainty lace edging. Very special CQ-
Monday a yard U3U
New Autumn Ribbons 39c to $45 a
The most complete collection in the
city including moires broc a d e d
orientals plain talfetas wide gros-
grains velvets foulards metallic gold
and silver embroidered etc.; 39c up to
$4100 a yard
SOc.Lavoris . . . . .". ........ . . . .24c
30c Oolorite .........21c
50c Chtorox Tooth Paste. ..... .35c
50c Java Rice Face Powder. $5c
50c Non-Spi ....39c
50c Nail Buffers 39c
50c Removo Depilatory . .k. ...39c
60c Creme El Caya ...49c
60c As-the-Petal Face Powder.. 49c
$1.00 Splenlox Hair Tonic. 79c
-Standard Sewing Machines
10 $60.00 Standard Rotarys spe- tfQ Cfl -
cial at each ; ipHJidU
4 $45.00 Standard Clevelands 90 CA
special at each. V iUU
ON EASY TERMS-Choice of two standard machines
known the country over as the finest easiest running
most completely equirjpled and entirely satisfactory of all
high grade Sewing Machines. The speciar prices are for
this week only and are of course subject to prior sale.-
Drop 'into our Sewing Machine Department second
floor and allow us to show you these" excellent Sewing
Machines. ' ' '. -;J '.' V. A---
Complete stock 'of Machine Supplies for all makes of
New Black Silk Hose $4.00 Pure Silk
Lace Hose in splendid selection of
attractive designs; made with high
spliced heel and reinforced foot; few
dark browns included ; very - special
quality; choice Monday QQ
USilk Lisle Hose at 50c A' Pure Silk
Lisle Hose with seam and high' spliced
heel light weight dark brown black
white medium gray and pink; Cft
a pair on Monday 7 wUu
Boys' Ribbed Hose at 40c Splendid
Hose for boys in heavy or medium
weight ; a Ribbed Hose in black and
dark browns only; all sizes from 6 to
11 inclusive; areal special ' value
at this price; on Monday a . JQq
Wall Paper Special for Monday
Extra Special 18c to 60c Wall Papers slightly
damaged; 12 rolls Side Wall given free of
charge with every 20 yards of Border ranging . '
in price from 8c per yard up. ' V "
35c and 50c Wall Papers at 24c New Two Tones) Grass
Cloths and many other splendid Papers suitable "for
every room in your house. Specially priced for OJ.
Monday only at a roll Z4C
60c to $135 Wall Papers 44c to 59c Rich Tiffanys
Leatherettes and other equally desirable Papers of the
higher order; Papers suitable for. use in hallways dining
rooms' living rooms dens reception halls parlors etc. ;
exceptional values are offered for Monday only at these
prices. . i v
.i-' .. V Second Floor t i : :
. . : :
New 8llk Shirting $2.88 36-inch-AU SUk .
Habntai Shirting whit grounds : with
beautiful different colored stripes; guar-
anteed fast color; tin patterns &y QQ
to select from; a yard........ aprO t
New 8ilk Pbpllns $U9 36-lnch' SUk
Poplin good (dependable quality; colon ;
black navy Copenhagen and king's blue
sand tan- purple brown plum reseda.
myrtle medium and dark gray; JJJQ
Now Chiffon Taffetas $2.98 36-Inch sea-
son's most favored 811k fabrics extra
quality chiffon finish with high-lustre. '
in navy midnight medium and dark
gray tan myrtle wine plunvrose white
and black; very special
New Satin Lunette $4.98 40-inch extra
heavy quality; very beautiful finish1;
wear guaranteed; in new fall shades
mouse taupe plum peach pink tur
quoise navy Belgian and
black; a yard .'
White Goods ? y
ASc Pllase Crepe ' 35c 27-lncli Plissa ?
Crepe for dainty underwear etc; extra .
quality; specially priced Monday OC i
a yard vOC
$10 Cotton Damask $125 72-fnch extra V
quality permanent linen finish soft and
closely woven; splendid lot of or
attractive patterns; a yard. ...
39c Batiate 29c 36-inch soft finish mer-
cerized and splendid quality; specially
priced on Monday at a OA -
Bath To wela 69c Extra special value;
size 22x45 inches extra1 heavy double-
warp terry; regular 85c; each quality
selling on Monday at If A
each".........- 2.V. OVC:
Colored Wash Goods
44.7S Colored Organdies $149 45-lnch
' very sheer quality in lavender orchid
maise flesh pink Nile . and rose;
for Monday . and Tuesday v (M Ai
New 811k and Cotton Crepe do China '
$1.50 34-inch Novelty -Silk and Cotton
Crepe de Chine a big assortment light"
and . dark . grounds with . different
color designs; priced f CA
a yard $1)U
New' Plain 8llk and Cotton Crepe d
Chine 98o3S inches wide la navy coral.
Copenhagen sand lavender black white '.
Belgium ceil yellowand pink; aq
a yard 5OC
-60o and 750 Fancy Voiles 39o 38 and
40-lnch Fancy Voiles stripes plaids and
floral effects light and dark grounds; v
good assortment; very special on
for Monday yard ............... JFC
New Ginghams 35o New shipment Just-
arrived 27-lnch Ginghams; good quality
plaids stripes checks In a wide range
of attractive colorings. Special or
a yard JoC
Kiddle Cloth 50c 32-inch in all new pat-.
terns and . stripe effects also
plain colored; splendid selection' rA
at a yard Monday OUC
New Percale S5o 36-lnch wide choice
of light and dark colorings In stripes
attractive small figures etc . Mon- 0 r '
day a yard oOC .
Puritan Lawn 17c 27-Inch in light
grounds with neat floral effects; only
a limited quantity remaining. Spe- f 7
cial price Monday a yard 1 C
Attractive Values Monday in Our Fifth Floor Furniture Department
Baby Carriages $29.50 to $50
Choice of full wicker or fibr.e in splen-
.' did collection jtd select rom; all styles
sizes and the colqrings inelude' grays
browns naturals etc. Ask to see them.
. Good strong well
Chairs with full
maple fr'ame and
canvas se at and
back f a real - good
special value at this
r. Four-Piece Bedroom Suite at $135.90
An exceptional value in Period Bedroom Suites.- Choice of American walnut
'mahogany or old ivory ; consists of beautiful Dresser Chiffonier Dressing Ta-
ble and Bed. Price very special. Allow ns to show them to you. ; '
Baby Sidewalk Sulkies -$4.50
up to $23.50
. All styles Hn black; brown nat-
ural gray etc.; all of them tol-
lapsible; attractive values. Ask
to see them. . r . v' . '
Unquestionably the best of them all
and the only Mattress that still gives
lifetime guarantee . against ' lumping .
and packing. Regular $45.00 Mattress.
Ia Solid Oak A SDlendid 51iHoav
Porch Swing four feet wide and ex- '
ceedingly strong in construe t i o n ; '
equipped with thebest of substantial
rustproof chains and ready for use; an '
unusually attractive value at this price. .
$26 Alaska Refrigerator $19.95
Full ash case
ed . and at- '
tractive tn ap-
pounds Ice ca- '
I i a e white
era tors are too
well known to
need descrlp- .
tlon i of their
ages here and
this price of-
fers an nn
tlve opportunity for splendid saving in price
on Monday and Tuesdoy only. ; . -
Houston's Largest and Most Progres.
Klve Department Store.. .
Th4 Pride of ; Houston ' and All South
. K :v . Texas.' v
H Prectcn 794-4840
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