The Houston Post. (Houston, Tex.), Vol. 33, No. 365, Ed. 1 Thursday, April 4, 1918 Page: 3 of 16
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' JUport Thst 1800000 Instead f
.. 800000 Matt Woaia j
This Tear Denied.
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-r tAuaclattd Pre Kefarl.i -
.i'! WASHINGTON April l.-Kiui to
tpoed tip th draft arc In contampUUon
anJ m offlolal iHOUMBMBt Is wpnim
. soon -The Intention If te meat the emer-
; rnoy .In francs. For that reason the
: lOO.Ovt to be called this year will be
' called mora rapidly than waa pravloualy
planned. . . .
- War deDartment officials aald ao aYI
' ntnrcmanu war In alfht looklnc to tail
: inm. Out mora than the 100000 men. It
' .waa planned to take Into the service.
Re porta that too draft would be raised
front tOO.OOO men to l.tOO.OOO wera denied.
. OtClelala de not retard It aa poaalble
. that mora men will be aent abroad fhia
- year than the department naa aireaay
arranced to summon even with additional
' Brill h ehlpplnir made available aa troop
transports. There ' are now under arm
- here and In Europe more than 1.600.000
American aoldlera. The number will have
been ralaed to about 1.600.000 by the end
of the year counting drafted .men vol-
" unteera ana epeclal technical forces to
' be enllated. If It ta poaalble to ret a total
. of 1600.000 men to France by January 1
next th beat prevloua hopea of the war
j aeparuneni win nave neen nausea ana
( tner still will b force of almost equal
" else In trarntnss here. The present effort
la directed mora towards getting the
' men. to Franca early In the year to meet
the emergenclpa there than toward In-
pressing .the number to be sent during
the year. -
Many factors. It waa aald enter Into
. any proposal to Increase the. number of
. -men under training here.' They must
.' be drawn largely from agricultural and
Industrial fields and the allies aupply
lines aa well aa toe Americana are largely
dependent upon' American food and suj-
SOLDIERS FOR FARM WORK.
. Procedure by Which Troops May is Fur.
lougeo Maoe kudiio.
(.Associate Priss Retort.)
v . WASHINGTON April J. An outlln of
the procedure by' which soldiers may he
- furloufhed for work on farms wad made
publio Wednesday by the war depart
ment. . .. -.1
Applications may' be made by th sol-
' dlers themselves their relatives or by
farmers desiring their services. - When
s application Is made by farmers It la pro-
vided that the. men must be willing to
accept the furloughs and that the travel-
In time from thele Boat to the ulaces of
labor will not exceed U hours. Farmers.
are advised to make application through
me otnoe or tne provost maranai general.
KICK AN E CHIEF INSTRUCTOR.
. Featherweight Champ In Charge of All
i'-A; . Military pamps. i
lf -j. " (Associated Pratt RepaH.)r
TAMP SHERMAN Chillloothe.' O..
April J. Johnny Kllbane the -feather-
Wright champion who has had charge of
boxing Instruction here has been placed
In charge of boxing Instruction In military
ramps all over the country according to
Word received here today.
J .Kllbane Will Install the Camp Sherman
"'Hvstem in other camps. Camp Sherman
Is reported to be the only camp where
every man has been taught boxing.
Colonel Rosea Ordered Overseas.
' (Associated Pttjk Repart-t
I FORT WORTH Telia. April 1 Col-
onel David . Hoaess. "oomnrtlag the
American section f the three aviation
elds here haa been ordered overseas.
A! no orders nave een issued iransiorm-
neids here rrooi ones or eie-
trarnlng Into higher training.
ing these fields ttei
As soon aa this work la
Roscoo will leave.
Orandson Duke of Wellington.
." " - (Associated Prtea Referi.)
C FORT WORTH1 Texas. April I. Lord
George Wcllenley and family left Wed-
nesday for New York. Th grandson of
the duke of Wellington who Is now a
lieutenant colonel In the Royal Flying
Corps lias been in command of one of
the wings In ort Worth all winter.
'.' Three Died Riasurt of Explosion.
' ( Associated Prtse Refarty
AUGUSTA Qa.; "April 8. Three of the
seven men Injured Tuesday night when
an explosion occurred In on of the tents
of Company F 103rd engineers at Camp
Hancock are dead and one other la in
a serious condition. All were Pennsyl-
vanians. What caused the explosion had
not been announced at division head-
quarters early today- but It was under-
stood a detailed statement would be -issued
later. ' ... . -
Plan Fleet Escort tor Dead Aviator.
(Associated Pretf Re fart.)
SAN ARTONIO. Texas April J. The
4dy of Lieutenant Harry I Peyton who
died at Camp Travis base hospital Tues-
day as the result of Injuries sustained
In an airplane fall March M was taken
north Wednesday morning for intermont
at Wills' Point Texas. A fleet of seven
airplanes loaded with flowers and driven
by rlends of the dead lieutenant. . es-
corted the train to Austin. They dropped
flowers over the depot as the train pulled
out and then slgsagglng across the track
j . inejr uroppaa me remain
der of their floral burden .on the train
and track aU the way to th capital city.
Can't Handle Msgsalnss.
(Associated Wil RetarLi
. WASHINGTON April a-Owlng to the
increasing needs of transportation of mu
unions ana supplies for . the American
troops in Frano th postofflce depart
ment naa modified lu order permlttlni
mailing of unwrapped and unaddresse
TOagaxines.to soioiers and sailora at the
iruiit wr i cent a copy. . Tile mod 111
cation calls for th delivery of the mnm
jrines only to okliecs and sailora "de.
stlned to proceed overseas."'
Awarded FrncN War Cross.
i (Associated Pksst Repaet.
t PARIS. AprU S. Corporal Elmer Nar-
Llund and Private " vkytnond Hunter of
section 45 of the United States army am
1 bulanee service and I Private Perm H.
lying and Etehlbert IW. Lore' of section
3 have been swarded th 'Vreneli war
. cross section izsmscoen oomdiended
4B me uivisiunai unm ;. t
. CorporatioM Chsrtered."
r IHous! PastStatiaL
y AUSTIN Tex. April 8. Chartered on
Wednesday: 5'1i' ' "
The Motor Frt 4 lit lines 1 Dallas capital
' stock $50000. noorportttorsi Dan D.
' -' Rogers M. B. K th. R. Houghton.
Hotel Walters and . Chauffeurs' Social
. and Literary club. Beauttiont; no oapltal
stock incorporators: ." Joseph Jackson
v Henry Washngton Sid' Rlt hard.
; Prodttceri' Pipe Line eompany BroWn-
' Wood) capital stock IJS.0M. Incorporators:
Brooks' tJinlth A. H Klohardsoti. I). F.
r '. Jolionson. -r v
Securities company Broivnwood; capital
.. Slock fiO.000.' Jneorpomtor: W. 4. Brown
1 Y. A. :Hhe. a W. Smttnv ' .
Amendments were filed ty WlchlUVal-
T' ley Keftnlng company fuwa Park In-:
creasing capital stock; front 60000 to
1600000; Bouth western 1 Coal ' company
Amarillo Increasing capital stock from
' .. $0.00 to llOO.OvO. . . -
Permits to do business'' In Texas 'were
STanr MusKOKe 3ol company Musko-
se. Okla. capital -stoek ..n.00. Texas
Iiradqimrters at l"' '!' J'anly till com-
1'xny Phoenix Am ty l slock $20000
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. EXCEPT 1
Learn to Dress Your Baby
Without a Pin or Button
Nurse Hubbard a competent train-
ed nurse of wide experience with
' . infants will be in our Babies' De-
partment. third floor each day -during
SHE WILL TELL YOU how to care for your little one.
Explain and consult with you regardless of whether you
buy or not as to 'the proper dress the proper care and
treatment of infants
: If you are an expectant mother she will gladly assist
you in the purchase of those things necessary to the little
one's welfare and her wide experience and training enable
her to solve many problems that are a source of worry to
you. . . -
She JVM Explain the Modern Way
of Dressing Baby Throughthe Useof
Mania Baby Garments
NO PINS NOBUTTONS--They are recommended by
doctors nurses and infants' wear experts; the world over.
They entirely elitninate danger of infection from pin pricks
or scratches. There are no buttons to pull off or break in
the wringer. Each garment fastens securely and comfort-
ably with miniature bows of twistless tape each one ties
in front so that baby can be entirely dressed without once
turning him over.
Vanta Abdominal Binder Made of
soft elastic wool. It goes twice
around the baby's abdomen and
fastens simply'and securely with
three small tape bows. No pins no
sewing no-troubleeminently satis-
Vanta Pinless Diapers They are
neatly and securely fastened with
three tape bows and are especially
shaped and destined for baby's ease
and comfort. No pins.
These hygienic and highly indorsed garments are very
reasonable in price. Won't you call and see them
The Vanta "Shirt is a true comfort to
baby. It is double over the abdomen
and positively will not. wrinkleor
form into uncomfortable ridges in the
back ft is smoothly tied with tape.
No1 pins no buttons.
Vanta Teething Band supplies just
the required "touch of wool" that
baby needs It can be quidkly and
easily removed without undressing
baby as shoulder straps are tied with
easily adjusted bows.
Why Not Bring Your Boy for a Visit to Our
Big Boys' Department
Travis Street Entrance
He would enjoy a visit to this department and would find many things to interest as well
as instruct or "post" him as to what boys should wear this season and this summer.
And then too there are big stocks the most complete and varied in Houston Suits
Shirts Hats Shoes Ties Underwear; in fact everything that he needs and better still
the prices are surprisingly reasonable. Bring him in. t
Demonstration First Floor
An Easy Way to Wash Dishes
Saves Work Time
' - Dishes
It takes much of the drudgery
out of kitchen work. It saves
the hands and enables one to
wash their dishes more easily
quickly and with greater safe-
ty to the dishes.
The dishes are placed In a convenient wire basket placed In the agitator covered
with plenty of hot water to wash a little soap la added and after a few movements
of the handle come ont thoroughly cleansed and sterilized. See the demonstra-
tion. First Floor.
Another Shipment . Standard Rotaries.
We received another shipment of Stand-
ard Rotary and Standard make Machines
Tuesday which completes our stocks. .
Full assortments of' styles and makes
await your selection and we are offering
special price concessions during the re-
mainder of the week. Standard Machines
are all of the' higher class and are thor-
oughly covered .by a real worthwhile
guarantee. See them.
Golconda Jewelry Sale
Closes Thursday. '
Today will . be' the last
. day of this sale of Golconda
Jewelry and your chance
will have passed for pur-
chase of the. factory repre-
sentative now in our store.
During today many articles through-
out the assortment will be offered
at reduced prices. Don't wait imtil
the last minute if you contemplate buying
some of this famous Jewelry. Do so
before it is too late.
. S A.M.
. . TO
THE STORE THAT GROWS AND KEEPS GROWING
Women's Dresses and Suits
MOST IMPRESSIVE array of Women's Dresses and
Suits at a fraction of their actual worth. The very latest
stales the newest smartest productions of New York's
fashion center. We need flie room for summer stocks now en
route and are prepared to offer the exceptional values' below.
Lot ! at $8. 75
A wonderfully complete assortment of splendid new Dresses repre-
senting values to $20;. taffetas crepe de chine and Georgette com
binatiorrs; clever new models that come in a wide range of varied
mid-season styles models and 'colors; choice during OQ 7C
sale DOs'l D
Lot 2 at $16.75
Exclusive spring models in the newest Dresses of plain or fancy taf-
fetas crepe de chines and combinations with Georgettes; never have
we shown such exceptional Dresses at such a price; 7C
worth up to $35.00; your choice of them during this sale j)lU I O
Lot 3 at $24.75
The finest creations of spring; exclusive with us of course and readily
worth up to $55.00; crepe de chine Georgette crepe plain or fancy
taffetas gros de londres and many unique models in fancy silks; all
spring shades; a most exceptional lot of finest Dresses
kltVJ 7asr7 f MA
Lot 1 at $17.50
You will be agreeably surprised at Suits of this quality and style sell-
ing for so moderate a price. They are worth up to $27.50 and are in
all the newest and best models fabrics and colors. The trend toward
the military is apparent iii many of them ; others in all the 1 7 C A
newer styles; see these Suits today. . .' tDl I t)U
Lot 2 at $27.50
Exclusive models with us and in every conceivable shade and style
with values up to $45.00. There are suits of gabardines poplins
. lilt.' . .1.
mens wear serge snepnerd cnecks etc.. etc.; straight lines ripples
Norfolks etc. Don t overlook this opportunity to pur
chase a highest grade Suit at a very moderate price
AA I w w a a sJIVWf
Lot 3 at $87.50
You can't buy a higher grade garment no matter what you pay. There
are Etons pony ripples straight line Norfolk; in fact every desirable .
model new this season in highest gmde taffetas serges gabardines
poplins poiret twills velours shepherd checks plaids etc. ; values up
to $65.00 included and you will be delighted with any dQ'7 CA
Suit in the entire assortment; let us show them (o you. . wO I U ;
Women's Ready-to-Wear Department
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