The Houston Post. (Houston, Tex.), Vol. 37, No. 163, Ed. 1 Wednesday, September 14, 1921 Page: 4 of 14
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1921-1022 term of the Franklin -pnWfr
school began Monday 'with the following
corps of teachers present; Walter A.
Spradllng superintendent; Miss Madge
Pierce. history and chrita; Miss Ixttic
Mae Walker mathematics and science;
Misa Uda Miles English; Mrs. Minnie
Decherd sixth grade; Alias-Unie Con-
or 'fifth grade; Mrs Knwnett Broaier.
fourth grade; Miaa Emma De&erd third
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' ' ; . FqioctV Btate
. . ' AaaoeiaM PreMepnrt.
WACQ Tjias Bept IS. T)T win ot
Mrs. IaabeJU Kef f.. mother f Oog
trnor Pat M. Netf waa filed for probate
here Tuesday. Governor Neff I4 named
ai executor without beosL .Tht attate It
valued at 118000. i . y
Passes Away at Geflrgetovyii
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'M SHIP PACKAGES
Da'lLAS Ts'xts. .Sep. IS; -Captain
n H. HnTder. 8S. oioneae Texsi cattle
. A Reginald Barktrr v 1 Ky
f .-. It VS'eAai.. ; - ; ; .
. UNDER 22 POUNDS
in ehwrch - worker. ' died 'Momlaf
; ': topAy.'VN&'jTOMpBRbvv
There Art Two Klnda Vf Oirtt .'
Those who Ilk a man for what he
has and thoM who like him for what
ho la. Here 1s real romance. See
night at hia borne at ueorgutown' tele
erams to relatives here annouueed Tuea
day. He waa one. of the organiiaro of
grade and Mr. Stella Cole first grade.
Southwebtern university at Georgetown.
cither nrovision fixes
Transit Freedom Through
. Contracting Countries
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THE HOUSTON F
' Associated Press Report.
" ' BUENOS AIRES Sept 13. Shipment
.' I'M Merchandise packages weighing up to
- 33 pounds win be possible under a par-
ked poet conrentlon adopted Monday by
tthe Pan-American Postal conxreaa in
hwaaioa here. .
The. nthr nrorlcinni of the conven
. Itioa were that there would be freedom of
. Itraaat tarouch contractinr countries;
that payment of from 20 to 40 cents
United States gold would be maae djt me
oemtry of origin to the country of les-
. tJaationon packages weighing from 11 to
23 ponnas and an agreement on the part
r t the countries of destination not to
. suae more than a single local cnarge not
. TMdina' 10 rents.
' The parcels post agreement provides
-j. lor ta tormation 01 a i in Ameriru !-
cds onion embracing the United States
and all countries of Latin-America.
One case cited to show previous agree-
aients were faulty was of a package
V at ailed from the I'nited States contain-
ing articles worth ) cents. They finally
i' i cost the addressee more than $6 as the
- result of various charges. Under the
ew convention these charges would be
J. . replaced by a single charge of 10 cents
' wr it possible for Americans to
carry on business through the mails.
Kansas Governor Urges
More Efficient Labor
" Associated Press Report.
' PHILADELPHIA. Sept. 13. Gov-
ernor AUen of Kansas speaking at a
" "business revival luncheon' of the cham-
ker of commerce here Tuesday urged
labor to be more efficient and less dom-
r leant. "1 am not urging that it is
accessary in America to do away with
the eight-hour day." said the governor
"but it is necessary to do awpjr with the
. idea that labor prospers most when it
"A system of adjudication of labor
. difficult if s in Pennsylvania which would
kave prevented strikes." sa'd Governor
AUen "would hart; saved the laboring
- men during the first six months of the
present year nearly $27000000 lost in
wages. I find there were over 300 strikes
the" first six months involving 100000
Workers and an aggregate loss of 4.186.-
000 working days. These strikes gained
Mine Disorders Threaten
At Cave In Rock Illinois
Associated Press Report
ELIZABETHTOWX 111.. Sept. IS
With peace restored here and at Rosi-
" ; nre where disorders incident to the
Fluor Spar misers' strike were prevalent
- last week alarming reports were re-
ceived Tburjday night by Adjutant Gen-
eral Frank S. Dickson from Care In
- Rock nine miles up the Ohio river.
The manager of a mine on Spar moun-
tain ne Cave In Rock came to Elixa-
- feetatowa to report to the adjutant gen
eral that there was growing unrest there
' and that he feared serious trouble unless
eertsiders already driven out of Kliza-
kethtown. are barred from Cawe In Rock.
The Dickson commission Tuesday
Ward more townspeople union men and
bill fanners. One of the witnesses called
b . waa Walker Ledbetter. a fanner living
- aear the Furnace I-and Forest who told
t how 18 armed strike sympathizers sur-
rounded his honse and disarmed him. Led
; better escaped from the men and started
through the hills for Klmbethtown. but
became lost in the woods and was not
found until the next day.
Edna Public Schools Open
With Good Attendance
Houston Post Special.
-. EDNA. Texas Sept. 1.1. The Edna
city schools opened Monday with a good
attendance. The following compose the
f mi'lllfrT V. k IVrrin Liinpinraniln V
L. Blair principal of high school: Fred
Misses Ruth Iipscomb. Alma Moore
Margaret Harrell Jessie Ijrr Pumphrej
Jtd Marion Manly. Mesdames A. M.
Staples and T. J. Rolling.
Twenty-odd candidates for the foot
hall team reported the first day.
Chicago Rail Unions to
Decide Action on Wage Cut
Associated Press Report.
CHICAGO. Sept. 13. Railroad shop
en of the six federated shop crafts
anions in Chicago and vicinity will meet
fteit Sunday to determine what action
stall be taken on the wage cut of last
Jnly and recent change in overtime
rules made by the railroad labor board.
The meetinr; will be addressed bv B. M.
Jewell president of the railway employes
department of the American Federation
A countrywide ballot was taken some
time ago on the wage reduction qnes-
' fjoa and it was understood to reject a
' formal acceptance of the cut.
Will Sell Services for
Money to Finish College
' Associated Press Report.
CHICAGO. Sept. 13. Syd Carston. a
student at the University of Illinois
Tuesday offered to sell himslf for one
Crar for $1200 to anyone who advances
im the money to complete his college
- eoarse this year. He stated that he
weald sell his services for any purpose
and would try to do anything that was
FRANKLIN SCHOOLS OPEN..
Houston Post Special. v
" FRANKLIN. Texas. Sept. 13. The
Wffl Tell the Story
See what this new way does. Watch your teeth
whiten note how clean they feel Millions hare
learned in this way how much film removal means.
It is something that yon should know.
You mutt fight film
Your teeth are coated with a viscous film. It ding
to the teeth unless you combat it gets between the
teeth and stays.
It forms a dingy coat which dims the luster of the
teeth. It is the basis of tartar. It holds food sub-
stance which ferments and forms acid. It holds the
acid in contact with the teeth to cause decay.
Millions of germs breed in it They with tartar
are the chief cause of pyorrhea; . Thus most tooth
troubles are now traced to film And despite the
daily brushing very few escape them. The old brush- -ing
methods do not effectively fight film.
New ways to combat it
Dental science has now found wsys to combat film.
The methods are embodied in a dentifrice called
Pepsodent It has proved so effective that leading
dentists everywlere are now advising it. And mil-
lions of people have already adopted it
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The New -Day Dentifrice
A scientific filtt combatant combined with two other modern
requisites. Now advised for daily use by leading dentists
everywhere. Supplied by druggists in large tubes.
WILL AGAIN SPEAK AT THE
City Auditorium. Houston. Texas
Sept. 15 1921
At 7:30 P.M. knd HU Subject Will e
"Mkn ' 'toricanisn.
W- ! i ftM fr " I 1 I NOW SHOWING
In Conjunction With
A-B GAS RANGES
EASY PAYMENTS; '
II00STOI GAS & FUEL CO.
Quit for 10 Days
Your old methods of teeth cleaning
Today and Tomprrow
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A Drama of Sex
f Also ' :
Pepsodent with every use brings five desired ef-
fects. It attacks the film in two efficient ways. It
keeps teeth highly polished. It stimulates. the sali-
vary flow Nature's great tooth-protecting agent
It multiplies the starch digestant in the saliva.
That to digest the starch deposits which ding to
teeth and often form acid. It multiplies the alka-
linity of the saliva. That to neutralize the adds
which cause tooth decay.
Modern authorities regard these effects as essential
aids to Nature in view of the average diet To bring
those effects twice daily jneans such protection as
you have not known before.
See and feel them
The results can be seen and felt They are delight-
ful and this 10-day test will bring them 20 times.
Send the coupon for rt Note how dean the teeth
feel after using. Mark the absence of the viscous
film. See how teeth whiten as the film-coats disap-
pear. Watch the other good effects and the book
we send you will tell you what they mean.
Do this now in justice to yourself. Learn how
much this new-day method means to you and yours.
Ten-Day Tube Free
THE PEPSODENT COMPANY
Dept B 1104 S. Wabash Ave.
Mail 10-Day Tube of Pepsodent to
"At the End of the
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the Tarl tks Bhafef
Also MUTT k JEFF
and FOX NEWS.
Thursday and Friday
TEClk'S BAD BOt"
Sot to Music by the
ISIS CONCERT ORCHESTRA
Friday Miriam Cooper Conway
Teaflo and Anna Q. Nllsaon In
Also BUSTER K EATON In
"THE HIGH SIGN"
laapcnonuon of (he SmidKra Ncfto
MAX JUNIOR .
In Gay New York"
JACK KENNEDY & CO.
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THB CHOY LINO HEB TROUPB
u wnaii i of Ktn
SARCLNT St MARVIN
Frrtmu Vwtvill. EMtrniMft
PAT ft JULIA LEVOLA.
NOW SHOWING .
In His Latest Comedy
"One a Minut?"
Topics of the Day
You Will Eventually Go Why Not
Tonight?' Under Canvas San Jacinto
ED C. NUTT
MISS NONA NUTT
'The Sweetest Girl in Dixie
Southarn Romance In 4 Acts.-
SPECIAL VAUpgYILlE FEATURES
Starting Tsuraday. for the Lost Half
Scenic Proeuctlon- In 4 lfl Acta.
Band Nighty SI 7:30Door Open t r30
Orchessra- S-jic Curtain iSO- Sharp
a lives vx. -w-wv
Always More Than Your" Money's
LAST TIME TODAY
"when a.man sees red"
The 8ereen'a Supreme Achieve.
. 'Wieat.;i i"rr.r
Clara Kimball Young
Positively First Showing In..
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Suddenly tbey have all grown nr and left her
the babies she uied to tuck to bed at night. The
old house Is empty and silent. All have forgotten
her. Her birthdays pass unnoticed.
Each child has embarked on drama ot his
own; loves ambitions temptations carry them
away. There are moments ot lailghteT and comedy
romance adventure tragedy. ..The story ot their
lives sweeps you Along. .
Tour life yeur home your jnotber. Never be-
fore has the screen touched with such beauty and
such dramatic force a subject which finds an echo
In the lives of every one ot us;
STARTS TODAY V -
The daintiest dandiest 111 dar- YSvipr' j I
ling of them all " V I
may- ' fnM(
McAVOY J )
"A Private f
It's a comedy romanea of girl 1 II
who did everything wrong. I I
Alao TONY SARQ ALMANAC I
and FOX NEWS V. ' I
Galveston's Society Circus
THURSDAY SEPTEMBER 15TH
Imperial D. 0. K. K. Glee Club
Houston's Star Singing Organization
2 HOUR FREE CIRCUS ' -
One Thousand and One Other Distinctive
Note Special interurbair cars will leave .
city auditorium 6:30 p. m. in charge of
R. A. Howard. Fare for round trip $1.85.
Returning leave Galveston midnight
KE Y Today and AH Week
Turnvereln Hall Prairie and Austin
PsuMtnr IwrrlrM at eC1sek
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cauaren no longer
seemed to want heC '
3000 of America's Love-
liest Girls Appear in
The Six Act Hippodromic Foxf
Sunshine Comedy Sensation j
The snappiest' jazziest funniest and!
most thrilling screen comedy tver pro-1 h
duced featuring the foremost eomedyj
artists incluaing' the' world famouti
Singer Midgets world's tiniest people.
Children 10e Adults 80c 1
Teples fif the Ouy
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