The Houston Post. (Houston, Tex.), Vol. 36, No. 310, Ed. 1 Monday, February 7, 1921 Page: 2 of 14
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DICKY DPPYS DIARY.
MONDAY: ACT THE CLUB I VA.S
CKATTIKK3 WITH 'CHARLIE ROTE WHEN
f K CHAP CAME OVER ID ME AMD SAID:
?HCN DO WU DO; MR.0IWY.
COUSIN.- HE "TOLD ME I'D FIND
IMS PASSED SAYS
i GOVERNOR HARDING
Disposition to Withhold
Products Boost to Price
; YEAR REVIEWED
Federal Reserve Head Tells
of Faith in Ultimate
07 lnko mre 10 ine nounon roai.
JJNEW YORK Feb. 6 W. P. G. Htnl-
iatV gwrernor of the federal reterre
bbard emphasised his conriction Sunday
all danger of a financial collapse
had passed and that the coming year
wnM be a prosperous one.
' 'He "country financial bishop" as he
ltas introduced eipresned this opinion in
afr address on "The Proper Adjustment
I Credit to Production and Distribution."
dalhrtred at a luncheon of the Lawyers
'Mr. Harding said that a contributory
ckase of high prices has been "a disposi-
tlo to withhold products from the mar-
' k)rts" which had resulted in "froien
eiedit" He reviewed the financial condi-
tions of the country from September.
1819. and told how the federal reserve
board had functioned disclosing that in
the 18 months of our war period the
bbard" s reserves had declined from 85 per
CfBt to 51 per cent
.' Navar Boliavaa Paaie Naar.
."At one time in the period of depres-
he continued "there was a great !
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tty and talk of an old time money panic.
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talk things are not so bad as they seem
le snould think of the great natural re-
aarces of this coantry. of its splendid
aaanhood and womanhood and that the
oantry has overcome every obstacle of
tha past. We should remember what our
forefathers did and know that we can
- and will do the same.
'""It seems to me that there were two
distinct crises iu 1920. One in October
whea the farmers became uneasr. and
the second in December when that feel-
km of pessimism spread to the oities. I
ea aay to you in all candor that we have
definitely passed the acute stage."
gbeciaj Cable to Chicago Tribune. By
Leased Wire to The Houston Post.
PARI8 Feb. 6. Ernest Thisserand
one of the foremost French authorities
finance writing in Le Progress
CJviqne Saturday declares that France
iaia the midst of an unprecedented finan-
cial collapse and is facing a banking
eaaah. He says that although there are
M surface indications such aa newspaper
aeare beads and rioting around the
poaree toe- nation is facing a greater
financial crash than the Panama col-
He ehareed that since nwmK ml..
leading ouotations have been arbitrarily
i"Mintsined by means of a fake market
I fa declared that French finance was top
heavy owing to overvaluation and the ex-
amount of paper in circulation
and that the scheme to save the banks
by emitting billions of francs in paper ia
Hurtful to U. S.
Aaaodated Presa Report.
I XW TOBK Feb. 0. American busi-
i a men must prevent "the destruction
t - the aew German people and the begin-
v g of the end of America's world eom-
' rea eoatemplated in the reparations
-oaads at the allies" former United
tea 8eaator James Hamilton Lewis of
aria declared la aa address before the
. r West era Travelers aaaodation here
t. a speaker charged that the renara-
. t it arrangement aa aaaoHncad la Paris
1 1 I daajgaed ta prevent Ua ceatral'pew
LATTER ! TOLD BLONDY ABOUT
IT. IT WA REMARKABLE HOW
UNEOTCtrdGLY DBR COUSIN PICKED
ME OUT AMONG. 30 MANY. HOr
DID YOU DEJCKIBl ME?
ers from trading with the United States
or from setting any economic help from
"The sum pat on Germany." said Mr.
Lewis "and the method of payment art
deliberately arranged to prevent Ger-
many from getting aid from any country
other than her creditors thus keeping
Germany in increasing 6bt to the Eu-
ropean allied countries. The United
States must prevent thia wrong."
European and Asiatic nations he
added are seeking "to trick the United
States into naval inaction then under the
guise of a government merchant marine
these nations will prepare a cavy of com-
mercial ships sufficient to driva America
off the trade seas and of armament
powerful enough to prevent America re-
senting the isolation."
Mr. Lewis declared that American for-
eign trade under present conditions de-
pends "upon an American navy and will
survive or fall on America'! ability to
enforce her place in the world and her
strength of -defense to hold her position
when she gets."
IRISH FACTIONS SEE
RUIN IN PRESENT
(Continued from Page One.)
of the republican army saying 'that is a
delusion persisted in not only by the
public but by the British government."'
He did cot say whether the direction
of the republican army was in the hands
of one man or a committee. There is a
large reward outstanding for the 'arrest
A nay Dots Coaatry.
Colonel X began: 'The Irish republi-
can army dots the entire country. Our
plan is to account for every district
either by battalions or companies; every
foot of ground is being surveyed and
studied with reference to the most prom-
ising spots for ambushes and with re-
gard to the disposition of the cron
forces. The siae of our forces varies
according to the natnre of the country
and the number and character of the in-
habitants. County Heath for instance
im mnm r-tlr attlH mrA thm terrain im
fi.t m.h; mni if inna far f lrhfinar iin.
Wf trr b1ow1t but rteadily carrying
out our plans. It should be understood.
bowr. that we must organise and
train our men for the work while
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a lu uuhxi 10 iov cuuiwuj wnvM
full strength normally ia 100 men. each
company being tactically self-contained
and fnrnisbirg its own aignalars engi-
neers and machine guns.
Saiallar Ualts la Ulataf.
"The tendency though." he continued
"is to operate in smaller units in areas
like Ulster where certain districts are
either too thinly peopled or the popula-
tion is hostile. We have only small
group engaged in reconnaissance and in-
telligence work. In some areas where
conditions are wholly favorable the com-
panies are formed . into battalions and
brigades. This is our regular army. The
men on the run are somewhat similarly
organised but in small units. They work
in conjunction with the 'rigs' and are
kept well armed clothed and equipped.
But the vast bulk of our men are not on
the run; they are available for operations
in the daylight others at night time."
Questioned as to who directed the at
tacks. Colonel X replied: "If it be an
operation requiring a large number of t
men the officers in the district must sat-!
isfy us at headquarters that it won't!
mean throwing' away men or ammunition j
in email operations however such as an
attack on one or two lorries or the seiz-
ure of mails on trains or roads or raids
on mail the generals act on their own
Colonel X asserted that the organiza-
tion was growing rapidly and that it was
easy to obtain recruits.
Raeraita Veackad For.
"Of course" he explained "we do not
take every applicant In order to Join a
man must have a good standing; this Is
easy to determine ia the country. In
cities he moat be vouched for. A propor-
tion of the republican army ia composed
of former soldiers of whom only the best
are taken; they are particularly useful
in machine gun work
"No pay ia given to any of the members
of the organisation except instructors.
Martial law baa thus far not affected
the operations of the republican army"
said Colonel X.
Since martial law has been proclaimed
in the sooth the commander of all bri-
Jades and dletricts concerned have met
or the purpose of dealing with the aew
Regarding the maintenance of supplies
arms and ammunition Colonel X added:
"There is no danger of any shortage. Be-
aides what we captured in attacks the
aaual supply continues to trickle in from
the outside. Our methods of fighting
OH THAT EATY SAHE.
I TOLD HIM IF HENJAW TWO
MEN IN A CORNER AND ONE
OP 'EM LOOKED BORED
short sharp engagements economises am-
munition to the utmost."
The Irish republican army is not ham-
pered by lack of funds a large part of
which. Colonel X declared comes from
America in subscriptions to the republican
loan. Local quartermaster he went on
look after the flying columns and provide
billets and supplies. .
TO HAND HARDING
(Continued from Page One.)
applied to Europe's financial obligations
to America would dear them up entirely
within two years.
Riratioas Oight ta Help.
It ia alto asserted that because of the
restrictions placed upon Germany from
whom the allies 'have already collected
$4000000000 of indemnity it should be
infintely easier for the allies to meet
their debt to America than for Germany
to pay the allies claims against her. It
ia estimated tbat if iiermany is actually
required to pay the indemnity prescribed
pins tbe 12 per cent export tax to the
allies the total amount of Germany's in-
demnity in 42 years will exceed 500000-
000.000 gold marks. It is deemed ridic-
ulous gauging the allies' capacity to pay
by tbeir expectation based on their esti-
mates of Germany's meeting the allies'
claims that England or any other of the
allied nations should appeal on economic
or any other grounds to this country to
cancel their debta to the United States.
It is the. opinion of experts here that
it would not be as difficult for England
alone to liquidate all the allies' debts to
the United States as it would be for Ger-
many to meet the claims of the allies
against her. Tbe allies' total indebted-
ness to America it is pointed out is
about one-third of the amount of tbe in-
demnity they are demanding from Ger-
many exclusive of the 12 per cent ex-
DAVIS DENIES U.S.
USES ARMED FORCE
(Continued from Page One.)
formal passport courtesies between gov-
ernments which are not in diplomatic re-
lations. "A mfire recent order has instructed
the diplomatic and consular officers in
countries contiguous to soviet Russia to
take up the American passports of such
Americans as wish to enter soviet Rus-
sia to be returned to them on their leav-
ing 8oiet territory as the passports ad-
dressed to governments with which we
have diplomatic relations could be of no
legitimate use to them in soviet territory
where they would have no sense and
would offer no protection. No hardshin
is imposed on the Americans wishing to
enter Russia at their own risk and the
chance of the tniftuxe of American pass-
ports is notably decreased.
Postal Commuiicatioa. -"Postal
communications are based on
a commercial contract and imply solvency
on both sides. Postal communications
with soviet Russia could not be formally
No elQarett hat
the same delicious
flavor as LQlky
extablished without treaty negotiations.
That this government does not take such
steps in order to facilitate postal com-
munications can not be justly construed
as a refusal to permit communications.
Aa a matter or fact it is well known tnat
letters do pass between the two terri
"An American officer of .Russian
descent wishing to communicate with his
mother is Russia while it is impossible
for this government at present actually
(0 help nun is not hindered nor inter-
fered with in doing it."
Man Has Faith Shattered;
Robbers Get Coin for Him
By Leased Wire to The Houston Post.
CHICAGO Feb.. 6. Wade McDuffy's
faith in providence is forever shattered.
When You Are Hungry
When other foods tail to satisfy
When yon wish for something that
"taste a like borne"
Try biscuits made from the right
floor STAR BRAND FLOUR.
. They have substance and taete
rttw Way Ambrosia Gatest
Bread is your bear food oat more of it
TEXAS STAR FLOUR MILLS
TblsrfX WluatdCTKPro4mUFcrtit)Smtthni NmDaillCrmiitiitJtBmmit
11878 For lkU
soJMmg vat: Column
' Alto Full Line Other Contractora' Equipment.
Mall Ordara Given Prompt and Careful Attention .
HORTON & HORTON
& CONTRACTING CO.
111 main T.
mSaEAILANO INDOSTUES MAKE
Six kinds of high grade euoar Sealy
Mattresses In ssvsn gradea and ala
sliest amphoric Acid and Its varied
I vingr Blackstrap and
UOAR LAND TEXAt
Uteaatic Water Heaters
We have a stock ol Aluminum Jacket
Water Heaters Just received. Plaoe
your orders quickly if you need one.
..J. D. COLLINS CO.
'Z 1 JlCCdr)grss Avenue
Max Lovy Electric Co.
EQUIPPED TO EOLVE POWEN
PROBLEM OP ANV MAGNITUDE
M CAROLINE Tib. P7fl
OTHER ONE WOULD
He has knocked wood on his cork leg and
Invoked good luck for the last time. He's
going back to Blue Earth Minn. to face
his grandfather from whom he atole
$9000 in securities and cash. He was
arrested last Thursday as a vagrant but
was identified by the cork leg.
"I'd 'a' been all right if I had canned
that tree and bought a crutch" he said.
"Well it was like thia: 1 needed some
money last July. I wanted to see the
world. I was tired of my father's farm.
I met three fellows I learned after-
wards they wera safeblowers and they
said they would ge my grandfather's
dough if I would show them where he
kept it hid. I did. They got it I never
saw them again."
Deputy Sheriff C. A. Bachtle left for
Blue Earth with McDuffy Saturday night
The charge is grand larceny. .
' ' .
becanse made the tight way from
the beat grade of wheat nulled so
aa to retain an the flavor.
Tall your grocer that yon moat
have 8TAR BRAND FLOUR
and aay which kind.
Tidal Wove Anita
flrst elm Green Galveston Ta
Clamps. Metal Chutes
Hoist Buckets and Hoppers for
Concrete Construction to RENT.
Phona Preston 1S03.
RATES $1.50 UPWARD
EXCELLENT CAFt -;
4 B. OALKV. Manager
MIL BY HOTEL
Taxaa Avenue and Travld 'Straat
ROOM and PRIVATE BATH and
CKILINQ FANS 2M and UP
CHARLES F. PARKER Manager
. European Flreproet
O'LEABYtsd 0 ICKELSOR
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GALVESTON-HOUSTOM ELECTRIC COMPANY
5-YEAR 8 GOLD COUPON NOTES
Deikomiiisiions: $100.00; $500.00; and $1000.
PRICE: 100 and int to yieW S
NEUHAUS & CO.
2nd Floor Unionr Rank Bldg.
GRAY & WILMERDiNG
Mambera of Naw York Stock Exchange
S Naaaau Straai Naw York.
BbNbS AND STOCKS
Bought for Cash or on Conservative Margin
C I. McLEAN. Room 2fCommerclal Bank Bldg.
Manager Houaton Office Preaton 1021
New York Stock Exchange Ratea.
Do you want a brand new standard
made Automobile priced $2405.00. for
$1746.50; Sedan priced $3545.00 for
Phone Hadley 2637
We will oonaldar loana aa..
cured by high grada Stock or
Bonda aa collateral auoh aa are
accepted by ooneervatlve bank
for 60 day to 4 month.
Sherwood & King
Stock and. Bond DMlera.
1 far California Oranges
1 Car California Lemana -1
Car Florida Oranges '
' - 1 Car Florida Grapefruit '
Bagging and T123
Gucar D22 Cloth
U. U. CVE3C3. hs.
- Houston Texas
Patents OMained and Trademark
and. Ceayrlajhta Registered t v
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5-Yr. 8 Gold Notes
Price 100 and
u?09 Union Bank Bldg.
Phones Preston 332 and 377-.
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