The Houston Post. (Houston, Tex.), Vol. 38, No. 250, Ed. 1 Sunday, December 10, 1922 Page: 2 of 44
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THE HOUSTON POST: SUNDAY MORNING' DECEMBER. 0 1922
m CITY ELECTIONS
UTO BEGIN DEC. 20
; Candidates Have Until
"rl That Time to File
V $ Afcaente voting for the eity prlmry
faction Dec. 20 will be hrld from
tee. CO to Dec. 29 inclusive. City 6ec-
" fotexy W. A. Moore announced Sat-
urday. j "Voters who npt o be out of the
City on the day of the election can
V cast their votes with Albert Town-
send county clerk between those
dates he aaiq.
The ballots can not be printed until
early Dec. JO because candidates have
wntll midnight Dec. 19 to file applica-
tion for a place on the ballot." But the
law says absentee voting must start
len day before the election or on
"Dec. JO In this instance.
Ballots will be set up at a printers
Dec. 19. Names of candidates filing
applications late Dec. 19 will be in-
serted early Dec. 20. The ballots will
be printed as early on that day as
possible so they will be In the hands
tot the county clerk in time to comply
iwlth the law. Mr. Moore explained.
Ballots for the proposed charter
amendments and other questions to lc
voted on Dec. 30 will be printed farly
next week. The navigation and canal
commission will have a third ballot
jprinted for the proposed 14.000.000
port improvement bond issue to be
' submitted in both city and county on
the same date.
Suits Plied for District Courts
(O. M. DoCloa. District elr
Mibel Hildrbrsncl ti. P. B. HUdebrasd.
Elisabeth Miller ti. Burnic Miller divorce.
State of Ttxaa ri. Raymond Baaach et al.
J. F. Beontlt ts. Damoa VTells. damsgas.
: lis M. Jarkann sa. Andrew Jsckaoa. dl-
. vorf. (Fifty-fifth.
Mrs. Esther Perl it si ts. Ana M.
iZmtt et si. application fur writ of certiorari.
F. W. llsltmann eempanjr vs. T. H. Bass.
. rdebt. lEltresta.i
Hulda Kara ts. Lonla Kin at sL tre
pass to tr title. lEIrbtietb i
Anna Bell Tappens rr. James Tappeas di-
vorce. (Fiftr-flfti I
(aa Lowrr ti. Daaial Bipler Co.. dam-
Eightieth District Court.
(J. D. Harvey. Jedrt)
B. P. Trjagoe ts. American National IB-
nraaee eomnuiy dismiss ad.
State of Texas on information. H. Kd-
wards et al ra O. L. Hubbard et al.' dis-
missed. Mrs. R. A. Walner vs. R. B. Wetaer dss-
Mrs. Lois' Rat bar ford rs. Laalis Rutherfntd
' dlTorce granted: custody of child swarded
Houston and Texas Central Railway eoen-
Jaar vs. Interosttooal Ureat Northern Hail-
. w v conpany. disialssed
Ben M. Loues s. Alice Tennis Edwards et
' vir dismissed. .
Ex Psne ts. Southern Motor Manofsrtur-
tsut eomaaay. receiTsrshlp: C. F. Uutsbs ap-
pointed stumer for recelTtr.
Sixty-ftrst District Court.
IW. B. MontUta. Indie) .
0. A. Cobb vs. Mrs. Carrie Comb et al
endrment ia faror of plaintiff as per decree.
City of Houston ts. John 8. Stewart sit
. tied sod dismissed.
Bomo k Paxton vs. St. Loots Boutbwest-
n Ball way eonipaiiy dismissed.
Eleventh District Court.
(Charles E. Asbe. Judge)
Houston Bealty romps ay n F. A.tao-
Bable et al. Judgment for pUlntiff.
Suits FIIed for County Courts
(Albert Townsend. connty clerk)
IV T. Stephens vs. Henry Benin dam-
ages. (.No. 1.1
J sates Fnrnltnie eemtvany ts. Mrs. Orace
Badders debt snd foreclosure. 7to. 2.)
Blamenthal Bros. ts. A. A. Sims appealed
by deleadsnt. (No. 1.)
James Furniture company ts. B. L. Loom la
debt and foreclosure. (No. S.)
x Probata Court.
(Chester H. Bryin Jodge)
'Estate of William Jones deceased: appll-
. eatkat of J. M. Matthews Sr. for adminis-
trator. Estate of Erelyn MrOaw Hnnter. deceased;
appllrstioa of w. 1. Kiscald to probate will.
Estate of V. B. West deceased: applica-
tion of Mrs. Bessie M. West to probste will.
Bstste ef Henry Jones et al. minors: appli-
cation of iopbie M. Junta for gusrdUnship.
. ' County Court No. 1.
1- (Murray B. Jones judge.)
. Earl U Klmmel vs. National Life Inaor-
Cases eampsuy. settled and dismissed.
County Court No. 2.
(Hoy F. Campbell. Jodie)
sakowlU Brothers ts. B. E. East Jsdg-
' meat for nlaiutirt i.w 2T0.30 as1 per degree.
- O. A. Stowers Furniture company rl 1.
Maples et al. dismissed for went of prosa-
y ; cutioB.
; J i H. H. Mrlnnlt ts. Modern Oarage et al.
v : dismissed for want of proupcution.
V'' f Crystal Ice end Fuel Compsny ts. George
- IB. Bush disinlssed for want of proaeiu-
tieake st rmot ts. rnireu rsnnmnj scores.
h. B. Price MercantiU
ismlfsed for wsnt of prosecution.
I t- J. U Impley ti. Tony ('allvs dismissed
rniiisujL ts. C. F.
' Bore et al. Judgment for plaintiff Tor $352.80
. 'As per decree.
S J. L. Ijimti
fleVu. want nf nrowM-ntlnn
J i; s Houston Psper Stork company ts. Western
t .u Tnlon Teiegraph Octmpany. dismissal of Ie-
iresiber 4 18-.'. set aside and causa re-
' rl;!-; :j instated
"t ; i Oil Well BuoplT Company ts. Farsaer
'r.; .Btate Bank garnlabee. dismissed for want
' ' I of prosecution.
. ! a J Central Lumber Oimpany ts. R. E.
T?-V' ilarena dlsniiswKl for want of prosecution.
--I ! Margaret Brooks et al v. O. W. Klelnecke.
V v . ijdtemlased for wast of pronvutlon.
Lee Block ts. the IeTl. rrowb Company
- ' V 1 Ise.. et al. dimlssvO for want of prosecu-
anonr ursy vs. t . r.. nrnau rereiTer
dismissed for want of prosecution.
W. R. Mease ts. Jsirjrs II. ltts et al
dismissed tor want of protacutioq.
Honstou Trlntinir Couipauy vs. W. C.
B. B. Norrell et al Walter B. Menslng
dismissed for want of prrse-utlon.
Eleanor Cardell ts. Aliln (ili.hs and wife
JI.ihI.uJ ttw oran nf urAuriilbin
VT K. C Klllingsworth ts. Mrs. Asna
' T't eUhmlA Jlnnlunl fnr want nf nmumllnn
7$. E- A. Stone ts. W. w. Hammonds dls-
tsdsesfl for wast of prosecution.
L tiaeeore iiaray et ai vs. Ameryai mutosi
n t3 lit tkavlallnn .Mum fr.. . . ..
Kraaat Hedgea et al ts. W. H. Hsys et
sL dismissed for want of prosecution.
B. Brennen vs. A. V. Fanllcn.r and wife
dismissed for want of prosecution.
E. A Hudson Furniture compsny ts. F. E.
Miller dismissed for want of prosecution.
Rejectee Finance corporation ts. K. Ian-
leis et al. Judgment for plaintiff for g7U4.57
aa.ser neceee .
J. D. Eteerer ts. airs. j. nnepneru ei al
tees ror wain er proeecniion.
i. M. (WMesTS vs. Stelubers-Uaas Com
paay ino. setuea ana aismissea.
Maaonl: Bsad (colored) t. A. S. Ross
Jridvaient (or plalnlirf for 174 20.
Busy Sstilk vs. Bsrtell Wsrekonse Com
pan et su Interlocutory Judgment by d-
raalt for plaintiff against oefendsnt Herbert
Kartell. IndlvtdaaHy and against Bartell
. A. -C. Burtoa 4s Co. vs. Joa Jamail et al.
Patamts OStaleieO srtd Trsdsmarks
; snd Csvyrlgrns- flsalatersd
f fL Prearton 47t4 Housten. Tsxas
- Orfios n KfM Bulldlrtc
(Cont'd from Pg. 1.)
suggestion to make to the Allied
premiers in conectlon with their treat-
ing in London.
American Ambassadors Houghton
and Fletcher and Senator McCormick.
whose presence in London ts referred
to in the British press as having some
connection with the conference all
went to the British capital on their
Pending the formal calling of the
Brussels conference and the extend -ing
of an invitation to the. United
ftates to participate tbere Is noth-
ing before the Washington govern-
ment with relation to the project.
In that connection it is recognised
generally by silled statesmen that the
Washington administration can not
enter Into a conference for discus-
sion of European debts to the United
States as congress has already placed
that matter in the hands of the debt
commission. It follows that the
American answer to any invitation to
a financial and economic conference
could be determined only when the
purpose and scope of the discussion
was formally outlined.
Real Estate Transfers
R. M. Lavender to wuitara Claade
Neely. ie( block 40 Tittle addi-
Guardian Trust conpany to H. A.
vll. lot 11. block t Mandell
Place addition g. 500
Mettle R. Kelly to Gey B. Kelly lots
40. L block 12. Houston Heights 00
0. A. Duns to George B. Wstera. part
of let 8. block 1. Hutebeeon Car-
riniton addition 4J00
E. J. Mrtnnerney to B. I. Mars ball.
lots 8 t. block 2. Roeemsnt addition S.000
Olenwood Cemetery association to
ajnaries Lawrence luxio reet of west
one fourth of lot M. aectlos Hillside
E. L. Crals to V. B. Lawreace. lot 10.
block 13. Cberryburst addition 1.700
Ouardlan Trust company to R. B. La-
bat. lot 1. block Mandell Place
O. P. Johnson to Houston Loniber and
Building eompanv lots 18. 10. 17.
18. 19. Dletsecbold addition .S0
Mrs. Anna M. Aehworth to Harry E.
Dsnner. lot 18. block li. Oakland
Dace addition l.ttSO
R. J. Tompkins to W. t Wright. 1
acres out of Christian (Smith surrey 200
W. L. Wright to Clsreoce Holladay.
Id acres eat of Christ las Smith
E. V. Ley to A. B. Boblsoe 48x100
feet of lot i. block 7. Woodland Tee-
race sddltioa g.000
E. 8. Slatsper to Dr. O Pstton kt
7. 8 black 61. Kenilworth Orove
addition . S.D00
J. M. McDade to Ethel Stsrk Brown
mineral rights ef two acres out of
Cragin A Tarkhlll addition 400
E. U Rlchardsoa to Miss Cecilia Far-
rell 7.1 acrea out of lot D of Joha . ...
R. Harris surrey - S.0S0
W. W. Oaaton to T. U Britton. lots
10. 11. 12. block 0. Fair Grounds Ex-
tension addition 7. ISO
Oakland Realty company tn Houston
Laaabee and Balldlng companT. let
U block Oakland Place addition 1.M0
Suburban Homestead company to Hone-
ton Lumber snd Building company
lots . 4. S. block 11. Fullcrton
Place addition B.S0O
Emma Fetithe to E. V. Ley. a tract
out ef Krkert I. D. of John Aus-
too league 2000
W. 0. Khsrmsn to E. V. Lt. a tract
oat of Bekert 8. D. of John Austin
J. L. TomsnikT to G. H. Groasmas
Jr.. lots M. block ID. Rice Mili-
tary addition 100
Wlllism Klahman te Rachel Otoock.
naru of lots T 8. 12 block 478.
Zwleb sdditlon 1
M. T. Woods to i. 8. Shlflett. lot 12.
block 17. (loose Creek townslte .. 2.000
Giuseppe PsImxzsIo to Louis 8. Trae-
Allno In IO hlnrk 3ki Bake adftU
zi. s. Lnpton to Marry w. rreeman.
lot 6. block 2. Lancaster Place addi- u
Batee F. Wilson to Harry W. Free-
man let 18 block 21. Hsda Park
A B. Schaerrer to A. E. Tnlele. let
12V block 44. Chapman Taint addi-
tion . 880
Henry I. Fox to Mercedonia Bastlst
church lot 7. block 6ft W. B. Baker
Robert Brown et al. by sheriff to Sam
k Green et al lot 7. block S. W.
Baker addition 860
Rio Grande Valley lee corn p any to R.
Nellson. leasehold of lots 1 2. 8 4.
S. block 4117 8. 8. B. B 400.000
Muaolta Park Land company te J. W.
Leake Jr.. leu 41. 42. block 88. Gee-
tral Park addition 880
Robert Under to A. G. Holmes lot 84.
Llndale addition B0
Judgment far plaintiff for 8702.88 as par
Htiannon A BaHev vs. P. O. Baadefar
Jndament for plaintiff for 8220.71.
a. uosaier at us. ts. reisr iiewa jooar
ment for plaintiff for 8707
The Kemper-T somas company vs. James
Powell et al. dismissed for want of peeeecs-
The National Cash Rsgltter eoainesy vs.
Morrison A Long dismissed.
Chapman Ptorm Lumber Co.. Inc.. vs. T. H.
Johnson Lumber compsny dismissed.
Pierce Oil corporation vs. Dew Brothers
Rice company et aL Judgment fur plaintiff
B. U. Henrv vs. David K. Duller Jndg-
ment for plaintiff far 8647.
Pasadena Bute Bank re. H. Thompson in-
terlocutory Judgment by default for plaintiff.
W. J. Hill to Mrs. Myrtle Honetoa.
Roy B. Meyer to Mrs. Iris Heinle.
Jesse T Tubb to Miss Ellen Morris.
Pete W. Raff to Miss T. O'TUle Ober-
W. O. Carter to Miss Kllaaneth Ing.
Willis U Bnringnoueen to alias B. If.
A. Haynle to Miss Alice Deasrm.
Geone Jones to Almada Jackson.
Hase Crawford to Peanie Beaton. -
AIM OF AMERICAN
' VISIT ACHIEVED
(Cont'd from Pg. L)
comment on the four power pact which
the executive said had brought "a new
confidence. n maintained peace" and
which be suggested "might be rdade a
model tor like assurances wherever
la the world any common Interests
"I told your chief." Clemenceau con-
tinued that wires he pondered on
what I had said to him I believed his
feeling would find Its way toward us.
And I believe It has but I don't know
what the diplomatists will make of It."
Was "saca Message.
It was again his "peace message"
that Oeraenceau delivered to the rep-
resentative audience that faeod him
in the gayly docked academy of music.
But It was plea for peace based on
France's ideals and these Ideals he
clared France would defend to the
last drop of her Mood even if she
hsd to defend them alone.
All the five "forms!" addresses he
hsd made before were blended in this
last of the series. Now tis was the
fiery "Tiger." flashing defiance against
France's enemies njyw the advocate
carefully stating his case; now sn
old man pleading for his native land
that she be not misunderstood.
Several times he was Interrupted by
applause. At the end he was given a
Clemenceau spoke at 11 a. m. aftey
he had been taken through crowded
downtown streets to Independence
hall the cradle of the nation's liber-
tieswhere he saw the historic liberty
bell and sat in the chair that John
Hancock used when hs signed the
declaration of Independence.
Crowds had massed about Independ
ence hall and he was cheered as he
entered and as he left the famous old
structure. Escort was pre-proudest
military body the first city troop
attired In resplendent dress uniforms
of a pattern antedating the American
revolution. It was the troop which
has had the honor of escorting every
president who has visited Philadelphia
since the days of 2eorge Washington.
Crowd Wanta Close-Up.
Another crowd swirled shout his car
as he emerged from the academy after
he had finished Ms speech snd It was
with difficulty that the police were
sble to restrain enthusiasts who
wanted to get a close-up of the dis-
The Tiger drove immediately to his
private car which left at S:t9 this
afternoon for Chicago where on Mon-
day he will deliver a special message
to the nation's 'farmers at a farmers
BAY CITY GIVES
(Cont'd from Pg. L)
the large hall where aa ample bar
becue had been provided. During the
passing of the parade it was enlivened
by various stunts done by Arabia's
famous clown band and intricate
maeuvera by Its equally famous patrol
among which was part of the Cali
fornia drill by the execution of which
Arabia tempi la confident it win cap-
ture the grand prize at the San Fran-
cisco conclave of the Imperial divan.
The passage of the special through
the towns along the route among the
largest of which was Alvtn and Angle-
ton was featured by the antics of the
clown band which brought forth roars
of applause and laughter from the as
sembled crowds. At each place several
Bhriners Joined the special on Its pll
grlmage to this city. The special wss
an all Shrlnerr train its officers
Conductor J. E. Rogers Engineer
Riley Wilson. Fireman J. B. McCVoud
and Brakemea R. F. Kllpatrlck and
J. W. Baker all being members of
Arabia temple to carry out the proper
scheme of a full train crew. Brake
men Kllpatrlck and Baker were seised
by the strong arm squad of the pa
trol and hsd their faces and hands
blacked so well done that one Shriner
who was not wise to the stunt took
exception to a negro wearing a 8hrlne
lata Ware Fine
The barbecue was one which the
hospitable people of Matagorda county
can dispense. Meats of every kind
were prepared In the beat barbecued
atyls together with other comestibles
in ample quantities. Full Justice was
done by every Shriner and when that
Is said nothing more can be added
Mayor Moors In his speech of welcome
extending the hospitality of this city
and the Shrine club or Matagorda
county paid tribute to all Shrlnedom
and to Arabia temple In particular. He
Make Your Christmas
Wishes Come True
Call at this bank and take out a Savings
Pass Book for the person who has your
The account will provide a way for these
wishes to multiply in good fortune
through the years to come. No one
would be likely to withdraw money given
them in this form. It is a standing invi-
tation to deposit more.
A Savings Account becomes an anchor
of safety when all else fails.
A ChrUtma Gift Saving
Account i$ a guidebook t a
Happy New Year
spoke of what Us Shrine Rteaas and
what It has dons to oement friend-
ship among nog only Its own member
but among mea. Its ideas and what it
staads for. I oioslng ha tendered the
freedom of the city to the visitors.
When the Inner nvaa had been refresh
ed to completion aa exhibition of fancy
drilling was given by Arabtae patrol
which stroked continuous applause
from the spectators. At the conclu
sion et tn exhibition several stunts
were pulled both on the ground and In
the air that thrilled the eresrds aa)
called far many encores.
ti Csmpo Band Ways
Musto during the stunt was far
nlihed by the XI Campo band under
the leadtrsmp of Director Q. Martins
sad DrutB Major Ted Bowea. This
band has only been ergxuilae' for about
ats months and la composed eg former
Service inea mostly from the Ittk dl-
vtsten. They captured the erewd with
their aatty gray ualrsrm trimmed In
black besides the eiwenaaee of the
mnsta rendered. Sheriff Frank Car
mad the alt of the parade and hair-
ed Motto with the down band. Dross-
ad la a night shirt a dog chair around
hi neck and a toy rtfl serosa his
shoulder. he sought to intimidate any
saspklous looking person whom he
sighted. So sesvlous was he In the per-
formance of his official duties that h
t tha point of a gun compelled one
of the visiting nobles to drop heavily
oa tha osment sidewalk a suspMous
looking grip Which ho thought might
have contained booHeg. Afte? th
stunt were over Arabia' Temples band
gavs aa hoar of ooaeert music at the
Sncluaion ef whVah the entire VtatU
t delegatloo and guest gathered at a
duck supper whlth only the cltlssaa at
Bay City oaa serve. Mors than five
hundred ducks had been secured by
hunters tor the ecoassion and again
was justioa dana to hospitality ot the
host. Many of the visiting guests
journeyed to a visit to the Immense
sulphur mines near the city and other
points of interest In tha vicinity or
otherwise passed the hour in various
enjoyments. The grand ball of the
evening completed what a on noble
aptly expreatod it just on darned
fun after another and they didn't know
when to atop. El Campo' and Ara.
bla's band: furnished th ntusi for "the
occasion her to th not af whisp-
ering hot tint blues and other Jan
ruse and th light - fantastic was
tripped until th ory of an aboard
brought to aa end a perfeot day and
another tt Arabia Temple's famous
pilgrimage passed Into history with
Its pweaaaift memorle of th hospital-)
Ity of that bunch ef good fallows who
wear tha fesa MatagordA county.
Dr. Lockhart Preaches
To Men Only Today
RV. W J. Lockhart evangelist
wlir deliver a sermon to men only at
the Heights Christian church at t p.
m Sunday. Other services
conducted at 10. to If 4f Jtwcead. .-a y
T:I0 p. na. " " " '
The meeting naa oeen niswr w-i
cassful thus far. approximately - '
dltlon to th church bing reported
. . . .l v emJrtlltlY rw '
IO ami. xzirm -
th ohurch have t been nt)earjrt to .
hanrTI a tha .wnTSTla. :'.J .
Singing Evangelist Brook v; has
charge of a targe choir and s asaklngi ;
m aeeiur ox ias ews r ' 1 4 '
WOODLAND LAUISS n. .
'ml. L.JI . TX7nAA1nA ISSMhfla.
joe isvaieB wi " -
A 1 1 1 111 mmJ.m hasss .
Tuaeday and Wednesday December II .-;
and IS at Oorman'a millinery store and t
at Lander' clothing sttxtv. rnoy
arUcles and 4olUwlU b spki .C b
Many Helpful Suggestions
For all who seek useful Gifts for Men and Boys
SALE OF MEN'S
Just in Time for
The former prices of these Silk
Shirts were from $7.50 to $9.00.
Beautiful Broadcloth and Fine Jer-
seys. Neat and fancy striped pat-
terns and solid colors. They make
welcome gifts. Buy now and save.
House Coats and
$7.85 $10.85 $14.85
Slippers Are Useful
. the Year Round
Brighten his hours of comfort with
a pair on Christmas morning.
Felt Slippers $175 to $2.50.
Leather Slippers $3.50 to $675.
Brocaded Silk Slippers $3.00.
Terry Cloth Slippers 75c.
Pajamas for Brother.
Dad or Husband
Look over his supply you bet he'll
want a few suits for Christmas. Sat-
isfaction is assured from our broad
Madras Pajamas-$2.00 to $5.00.
Outing Pajamas $1.65 to $3.50.
i Silk-Mixed Pajamas $7.50 to $8.50.
Silk Pajamas $10 to $15.
JUST in time to meet the demand of the many who
expect to give Neckwear for Christmas. In rich
Silk Four-in-Hands offering an enormous variety
of patterns and colorings to please every taste. On sale
beginning tomorrow at
85c $1.15 1.35
Special Quality Knit Ties $1.00 $1.50
Initial Fancy Bordered Hand-
kerchief with assorted col-
or Initial; 3 to the box. . . .85c
Gift Handkerchiefs with fan-
cy hemstitched hem assorted
Initial; 6 to the box 85o
Plain White Handkerchief
two styles of Initials to
choose from 6 to the box SSo
White Initial Handkerchief
Soft quality cambric 6 to
the box $1.50
All Linen Initial Handker-
chief Quarter hemstitched
3 to tha box 11.50
Extra Fine All Linen Initial
hemstitched; 8 to box.. $2.50
Men's Soft Finish Handker-
chief at 13c-25o
at 25 to $1.50
Hand Drawn Handker-
Men's Silk Handker.
Boxed Handkerchief Plain
colors and white with hem-
stitched border and embroid-
ered corner design; 3 to the
Boxed Handkerchiefs Fancy
border and plain white hem-
stitched some all-linen with
embroidered designs 3 to
the box $1.00
Fine Linen Boxed Handker-
chiefs Hemstitched hem
and border with hand em-
broidered designs 3 to the
Handkerchiefs Spec! ally
priced at ...19c 25c and 45e
Children's Boxed Handker-
chiefs 3 to the box 50c
Teenle Weenie Suit Case
Handkerchief. 3 to the
.. 10c 15c 20c
Just Arrived New Toys for
TliE TOY SHOP
A wonderful collection of New Toys just received direct
from Santa Claus for every goocf little boy and girl.
ft Ins Teaa
Andy Gump Jlgf
Box of Collars
Gloves Are Practical
A gift assuring comfort to man
especially if he drives a car. Gloves
for dress street wear motoring and
business use are here in splendid se-
lection for gift giving.
Silk Gloves $1.5O-$2.0O.
Suedette Gloves $175-$2.00.
Dress Gloves $1.85 to $5.00.
Auto Gloves $2.50 to $7.50.
Belts and Buckles in
You couldn't select anything more
appropriate for a man or a boy. Gen-
uine cowhide leather Jbelt and nickel
silvef buckle that can be engraved'
Initial Buckles $1.00 to $5.00.
Buckles to engrave $1.00 to $6.00.
Belt Straps $1.00 to $3.00.
Leather Belts $1.00 to $2.50.
' Hosiery He Can
Always Use Some
You'll please him if you buy him the
kind that combines utility comfort
and style. PHOENIX Hose will
cover these points and will be highly
Phoenix Lisle Hose 40c.
Phoenix Silk Hose 75c-$1.10.
Phoenix Silk and Wool $1.00.
Golf Hose $1.25 to $5.50.
Clocked Hose 80c to $2.50.
For Little Fellows
Juvenile Suits $5 'to $10.
Juvenile Overcoats $10.
Junior Caps $1.00-$1.50.
Cloth Hat $1.00-$1.50.
Play Suits $2.45 to $3.45.
Sweaters $3.00 to $5.00.
Blanket Robes $1.95-$2.95.
Waist Union Suits 85c.
Socks 25c to $1.25.
Sweater Sets $5.Q0-$6.50
Gloves 75c to $2.00
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Two-Pants Suits $1S.60-$15.
Boys' Overcoats $10 to $18.
Boys' Robes $2.95 to $7.50.
Sweaters $205 to $8.50.
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Boys' Paats $1.95 to $2.43.
Buckle and Belt In box. 76c and $1.00
Union Suits 85c to $1.60
Boys' Caps $1.00-11.60.
Box Handkerchiefs 60c-75o.
Blouses 69o to $4.50.
Shirts 960 to $5u00. . '
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The Houston Post. (Houston, Tex.), Vol. 38, No. 250, Ed. 1 Sunday, December 10, 1922, newspaper, December 10, 1922; Houston, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth609187/m1/2/: accessed January 16, 2019), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; .