The Houston Post. (Houston, Tex.), Vol. 34, No. 246, Ed. 1 Friday, December 6, 1918 Page: 4 of 16
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-.l&IIEN BACK AT
:ilsrt Doi't Before ia Cffia-
1 r 'I? ipf Ansy is Europe. .
:onteM Thai B lUj Hot legal-
l b Be Dane Witliovt labial-
Staff Cvwipwdiiiw t the Chicago Trl-
f Wi. By Lwh Wire to The
i IfAXSBKGRO V
tqr tnatmtl AaierVe ta to avelntaln a
definitely ni soggeated in the nnU to-
day ay Senator Mew of Indiana a mem-
bar af the military affalra committee. The
matter mi brought ap tn the course of a
free far an debate brought en by demand
of senators tar ea possible ret
iMdedtng the Mn of the
nay from Kurope at the earlieat aaaatU
ate.' The debate brought out the fact
tnat Secretary of War Baker had prora-
1W -Ha. tlninra mmrittafi tn itn as
roxlmately tl.li.. oat of this year
fmy aparopnen a
oe Bora of Idaho aeM. "that ft ts ese-
etnplated to keep VrlM.oat aokUora
rauanthr In Fin I ahonld Uke ma
if there la aay sore idea aa that ta the
mlndi of anybody that haa any
. vf; BAKKITi STATUS INT.
'Tie statement made to the mllttary
etfclrs eoanwtttee y eat day by the secre-
tary of war waa that UKMM men. prac
tically M drriatoaa woaM remain in En
tkm: that the reet at them would he
' troocM heme end m tared oat aa rapidly
a tnnapertaiiea facilities could he ah-
FOUR PARTIES TO
i ' - DfflDSTRY -
CiTImgemenljlibor c3 fte
'Senator' Klxby of Arkansas
9fem aa to hew ton thaee M divisions
remain in Bareee ar what the par-
tfeniar purpaae to he aeeompUahed by
their remaining there there waa no stste-
taent made by the seeratary of war. That
1 tha ooadltfcn aa far aa A baa been dia-
taeed to the military affaira committee
and aa far aa 1 naderatand wa kin not
axkad for1 any more specific information
but we expect to as so."
i Senator Smith of Georgia alao a mem-
Mr of the military affalra committee
called attention to the provision attached
ta the armv aDoronrlaiion bill of laat veer
limiting the retention of the reserve army
ta fear montl
after the declaration of
"I mention thia to ahow that unleee
thara la additional legislation there can
be aa mtnion kept jndrflnitery ta Europe
by any kind of agreement" avpl.hu d Sen-
f . DEFINITION IS DKSIMKO.
Johm D. RacWeU X-it
to the EoMuttlm CstZae
cace VfJLtktTmdk sf V :
Hit Creed. ' v .
i ; ( ; .
Aeeociattd TTeaa Tteport.' w-i.
ATLiKTlC CITY. N. J Dec U-MM l
jtUI jaed for the -tow paitjae to
iohn D. KoakaeOer Jr.
ear namra --w
construction eonfhrenoe in aeeakm Mr.
AaaerUna that capital and labor are
nartnara with com moo wtereete aft4 not
anemiea. Mr. BockefellV stated tenato of.
Ma tsdus trial id. TlSfi iacladed anV
1 giment by hadaatry of aantal aa ma)
aa aaaterlal wal hatng of awnwyav
nortnnlty by employea. to aara a ttving
under conditions pf falf waaaa reasonable
be urs ami proper industrial airitMmment
reward tor Initiative ant efflciaacr. amy
ttaa of al the toduatrtal partlea with
- nn.t.r.nn. n banTa Indat)
wtihtma lyatem dkr
h aama induitrv. all lnduatnee
hi a oommunlty in a nation and in the
"SSXL mAM tha lead'
era air todn-rtfT face tbta period of raatin
sMonTwSr wll a-rtlta -T
W1S-K ha that f tJntt?!3J!J
.v. ravtimt af tha extraordinary
changes which have come over the 'ace
Of tne ctvmaea warm wn i"oin
harnly to reaiat the inevitable ana
toe themselvee to the teeth in-fito
Tw. wlt th at-tbar oartlea In a
trr tha Mrtain ooteatno of which wtf
financial koss. inconvenience and aufrmtog
t all tha devsloDinent of bitterneaa and
hatred and in the end the bringing out
tknnk iMlalatblB If not bv fOTOS Of COn-
dttiou far mora drastie and radical than
could now he emtoaMy arrived at through
mutual eenceaalon ia friendly conference?
"Or wlU tt be aa attitude tn which I
ruff arafoundlr believe wucn lajcea
swiunca af the mhareat right and Jua-
tiM ar tmm nrineiDlaa UBderlrinc the new
order which -recognises that mignty
changes are mavitanle many oi inem de-
sirable which net waiting nntll forced to
adopt new methods takea the lead tn
calling together the parties In interest
for a round table conference to be held
in a spirit of Justice fair play and
broOterheod. with a view to working out
eome plan of co-operation which will
sura so an rrioea uusnu ta imi
aa oBoortcnRy ta aara a
IT can naderatand tha aeoeaetty af re-
taining man la Bumps la vary kvga aaan-
bara until tha treaty f paaoa Is maaplat-
adj aw these BublioatioBS to tha aOact
that they are to raaamia thara indaflaKety
amtaDally leads to hsgoiry as to what tn-
- dtaflaltaty: ajaamaja)tlti ffaaator Sorah said.
"Ww gotthem ver at tha rats af aheut
SH.aMa Mota. Wbaa we gat ready we
.-Seaator Karth) of Tlnbaa.
laadar aT tha aanata. taldtha
tha law HmUinsT tha retontloa af tha re-
sarv army to dear months after the
oeeiarauon or peace also bad a prevwoa
sauiiig rana sues aaeuuonai oaae as may
to jet tiaaaBprtotiaa
"It is nravidad h law that tha mil i
af aa of the eraft man and ah eallatmento
: ta the regaiar army made aubaataent to
the pasaaga of that law expire within
four months altar tha etgnma ag tha dee-
sarauon as paaea." eeja banawe Htm.
i : trie SIOULAR AftMV.
"The eallstmeata ta fan regular army
that war made 'prior' to. that .data were
sor a longer term dad I sappase fltoaa men
fin t3h the army uatil the period for
ldhtey enlisted has expired. Ia makv
ias tha afgttaaaat that tt aWstong ware
to be keptM tha ether alda tba ghJaf ef
stsa aaM that' they ware to be regular
' army divhriona. There- were to he re-
placeaaenU; tha divisions ware to be go
erangad aa that aa aaaUy eaaatrtatod tbep
woald be compoaed of soidisrs In the reg-
aiar artnjr and all others of the national
army aad tha national guard were to he
."As a ntatu
fair wage andar proper working and -Uv-!
aMdMiaiia. with such tsatrktlpna as
to hours ss shaB leave time net alena for
feed and sleep bat alao tor raoreattoa and
tha development of the higher things of
FIRST CIVIL AmALS.
Houston Post Specie!
aaLrSBTOX. Yeses. Dec l Ta esart
aMI assasls. rbat dlstnet at OaUmten
aaad the taUcnrlag arden Tsnralar:
lliail getacy CmilaSM et at ea. Aet-
mmt flaaalailiii at si. heal laraeas W. H.
WH rtaln. esaaty of Hams fa
ad faat thaw aa anlv
about wen. as I Undarstaod left tn
tha regular army whe were eniletedprler
Period of their service to four months
after (he aigning of tha daelaratlM sf
paaoa. Now"! am intareated in knowing
bow wa are to make ap the Mareac be?
ieeBthe etdto who are lift and the
: IMM whs are to be kept aver there.
Traris Court Holdi Up Test
; Cae on Liquor Law
Aaaattotsd Prssg KapsrL
AtrBTTN Tews Dae. I. Two cases.
. to be triad together to aotermtos whether
. or- aof mluactions restraining EmO V.
Joseph and Percy S. Nelson of Fort
Bead cotgaty from sailmg tetoalaaats
V should be perpetuated wars submitted
oa statement of fact la the Travis county
- district court Thursday.
The ststemeat of fact says that these
aeea will sail tntaxtcante under llrewee
- oBieaa restrained. Their reprsaastatlves
"' arcaed that the whole etatutarv nrohlbt.
. tion law TaH when the seetioa prohibiting
the selling was declared uncoostitutlonsi
me aooraey general I aepartmenL
which ta seeking to have the injunctions
' ; vernetnatad. eonteada that tha decision
of tha aourt of criminal appeals ia not to
. be regarded ia a civil procedure and that
aH sections of tne taw not expressed!?
: declared anconstitutional still are vahd.
. Judge George Calhoun announced from
tha bench that owing to pressure of other
platters no declaioa would fee. glraa for
Oerneaav BuMan snd fia aalsajs aUws
eamw n. W. a. HarUaTTnei rert Sead.
tkmsl fiiawirii compear n. Mrs. Ida Blrsart
et L Baai Harris.
" rtJZtai7C7 I It lirPtke vs. Joels
earth to Barrls: R. at. Whits etal vs. O.
a. PsraitaS et sC frow flstiMtos: Boataweit
EL P. Rissa. from HsrrU: 1W Aj; et ai vj.
17 0. Bsseruaa et ex. Jusa Banrls: O. U ert
.t- 1 ftoatfcer Pilm Si I MS Ua ftesi
Hurls: B. O. Deerbiet si. linjsi em. a.
A. Ainu ma. aom Wasitoa; A. a. Iowrese
et si W. e. Gordon et JL ne-s caaewen
Ramtiia aa Texas ueatrai asiifnaa
SfcSslrtsittt Adtehslte. troo) Jisrria.
SIXTH CIVIL APPKALS.
Houston Post Special.
milXIXi Texas. Dee. S. Tl
eoart et etrll aeeeals dlspoMd at ta
alsess Taarsaar: v
Motiess eren-ued: aaietlcsa Ufa
.THEHOliSTTON fOSTl.'FRIDAY1 MbRrnrid'bECENlBER.6'19I8C
PLANTG-UNSErVT BAN JOHNSON
A. Baraar.' X ) Bogera C. . Whits-
woaa. . ;
. loxrngtoa (Ma and otton company
mvora: mm aouuh a. o. n
aitTto eAajtor. war filed by
i re majnssapr"a5ooktraan
fssdaj laaaa t adailiraag eoaapeny. Saa
Xntoiue. earteadlnaT Ufa term from M to
U years and li
Uhoge to .eve
capital stock from
Mailw Cnttnm nil
stock tnwa MeM to NaAJoaal
Mhtr feotrt hopa foe.. Tew JTork.
to tlatsnaal ajnart cmepa.
'' .1 1 i 1 1
J3 Ftfim Camp Trans
Hctae for Qirktmaj
Houston Post Special.
4 SAN ANTONIO. Texas. Dee. In-
atoaaal 1st maa tgei.isigil laaraday a
total of ffM have been released frors
at Chasm Travhi oat af the depot
to mad'- Itataaallhias have already beea
mia " (be atecharge of ltoe more who
wm be pat Bao tne snaoaaaery rvsaay w
i Banaay. The numoer ot men
tha antletravtad. hut diarharKea Thurs
day were between WO and (00. It was
stoat at headquarters.
I aaraiooav ea in sawa "-
arrmgent af eajiated ansa aU atltedra
a . .. -fcfTl. . aaaa aalw fatrt a
WH1 be demobilised deny hereafter. As
the depot brigade units are diminished
the surplus officers will be granted dls-
-i . J . 1. . J . . . K .
the personnel of the staff at headquarters
will be affected althoagh It is not known
in Jast what saanner. u
t tnai paraaps aeuu wiu
Camp Travis ta time to
s for the Christmas nail-
dare. inniMwi to BhOor C. A. Bhara
CAKP DICK DESEETED.
Oily frosts Iwnslsisg An Jsit-
. tatst SI ix JbtpitsL
Houston Post Special.
DAIXA8. Texas. Dec. (.Camp Dtek
oadeta. with 14 acceptionaw departed for
Concreted Movement' ni American League UndUpiised But
'' Its Succest Appears Doubtful
: r . 1
By Leissd Wlra to Tbs Past.. A
: CHICaOO. Dee. (. Xagnaiea .of tba
lairim laagae will aaeet la annual
oonrenUaa Thuraday December It la
Chicago at which tlxne things are
uled to pop foltowta the lirtlnd of the
baa aa tha national fares by the ov.
ernmaat Thord ta declared td hs a eea-
eertod tooveateat to unseat Prtaident Baa
Jnknaia aa elrtasl dlreetor' sf the poUclee
of the yountisr major circuit Tha move-
ment to brina; former President Tait into
the rasa as bead of the national earn
miasteov aa a ene-mas ortanisatioa to
pass oaths froMetas of the sport was
in effeet a awve 'calculated te shear
President Johnaoa af his power.
Whether the magnates of tha Ameri
oaa league will evea consider a- reer-
?nlxation of th game. ' la a quest kfo.
hat they will shslvs Johnson ia tughly
President Charles A Comlskav of tha
Chicago White Seat when asked whether
he was back Of the movement to put
tormer iresMent Tart in power aa dic-
tator of tha gama. wtMther Maaager Row.
land would auceeed himself aa leader of
the White Sox. and 'whether ha waa la
favor of curbing the notrer of President
bo rati-aad jbooi
or for other earn pa
Tha M aaaa wore a at the oanp bsssttol
They wa go borne aa soon aa tney are
able Twenty -seven men went to Barron
Camp Stsnley Graduates Pridsy
Associated Preaa Bport
SAN AKTONIO Texas. Dec. (.About
11M maa wtQ reoatva their fcommlssions
and usitlfhietes of gradolvtioa from the
afflosrs aod noncommissioned officers'
at Camp Stanley maay.
Gentner Fidd Under Quarantine.
Houston Post Soecial.
IatKB CHARLES L Dec . As a
precantlonary measure Gerstner Field is
4 a J 1 J
Johnaoa. said ha would rather wait un-
til the annual meeting before express-
ing opinions oa those subjects. . L2lL
Sua Johnson recently - took a - tanas
around the Arsertoaa laagae cirele. and
after a ooant of (Maes returned from tbs
teat pleased with conditions although be
was ua willing to divulge his plana - Tha
fight aa Jehason ia led kT Harry Vratotv
Boston' Red Bast. wha. with Prealdent
namnatsad. waa anonaao for tha Taft an-
nounoement that set the baeapaU worM
on edge. Clark OrUlh of the Washing-
ton club Is supposed to . bo with Fraaee
la hla flxht and President Comlskey is
haldlao hia aarda under.-tbe table uatil
the annual tneetbu. A Waahlhgtoo writer
daolares OrimtaTls not with Fraseo la
bis war an Johnaoa; although be doetat
Quota the pid Fwt. . - -
iohnsoa to said to hava Sned s sU of
tha sight American laagae clubs Detroit
St Sua Mew Tork Oevelaad and Phll-
adelphia aufflciant to aontrol the tltusv-
tlon. - k ' i k '
PrasldsBt Comlskey also may tall la
lino aooordtng to time-honored custom
when it comes to a Show down. '
President Johnson is a Standpatter. He
favors the etd Ut-game schedule and
the esadlUsns generally under which tha
a period sf .bolshevik experimenting.
i prospered. . He will fight at-
to launch out on what he terms
under asaraatlne the order to this effect
oaing msuea at g o'clock last night
Serjeant Chester Hardin died at Oorst-
noo Field Wedaasday of Influenaa. He
had been at thia flald saveral mantha.
Hia homo was at Attieborro. Hasa. to
which place the body will be sent
COXSE&tItiOH EBt CTIT. v
Nuaber sf Prsduoti TTiiay Asbestos
in ICanufacture Selessed.
Houston Poet Special
GAtaVSSTON. Texas. Sec 5. Frank
A. Allan. SpaLlal scent tar the loeal
branch of tha Isar trade board announosd
thia morning that he has received notifi-
cation to take a number of products usiag
aa best os in tha making from the
eanrauon USt The ruli
fective at onoa.
ruling becomes ef
San latsnio to Close Again.
Houston Post opeclaL
SAM AlVTONKX .Texas Dec t
theators aad moving picture shows
San Antonio wlU be required to dose their
doors to business Friday morning as
result of a decision reached at a meeting
of local and United Statea public health
officials today on account of the lnfiu-
Sox May Come to Houston
to 1 rain s -
fey Leased Wire to Tha Poet
CHICAOO 111 Dec ..-rAcUviUea are
going on apace at tha White Sox park.
Prealdent Condsksr ana Harry Qrablner
are aagagad ta arranglnS a training trip
tor tha Sat. They are easting about at
present tar a spot at which to train the
eiuh. having dacMed to abandon- Mineral
Waua. Texas. The Sox have succeeded
to getting into good shape at the Springs
but that alao has lost its attractianh.
A town ta Texas probably Houston or
Daliaa win bo chosen. Those are the
el ties en which tha White Box are count
ing and H tt mora than likely that oas
at tnem win oa selected.
The White So team Is one of the fa-
vorite major league clubs in Texas. Hous
ton aad Daliaa are so located that many
exhibition games oaa be arranged out of
either one of those towns without a great
as iiHsaneuieiioe aao expense.
Xethodit Xiialonsiy Pond.
.Associated Press Report
ATIaaKTIC citi N.. Dec S. The
Wethsduk Bptaoopal ohurch ta America
lwU taise tatMtM ta thS next five years
drat lasers esweeor n. Jata Pawsoav frws
Hanlsea. aseelkst s-stlsa ft tehsaHae aad
to ham the eoait sis its -oeslasisa af law sat
fact; Westen Uaioe Telexiaph esasoaay ts.
H rST-e. aUtlsed Batbsad sa
aaar n. oaanaar jaaswacwiBc isasy. n
LmmtT. fer nannasi C. H. Orahasi sf at ea.
AaraMf: . a l seraaw v vs.
H- a. Msres. lilt Msiria:
Q ji in A. ruf. fit-a
BTallls ct tl. fHa Lai
ftt-a Pools; i. SU SUla.va
TrkSS MUlsad asS-
mg. nes ioar.
Houston Post Special.
AUSTDf. Texas. Dee. . Tto tsttosrlag ygs-
adtoxs wen aad Ttoctesr Is the niMirinln
af sea isle serosa Ai
Cssrs sabmltted: H. Leslie Moor vs. S. a. Lee.
Poa7rssr: J. BWUa rm. -rw ta-Wnili.su
Ktlat eoaipaBT. frew Dallas: Ohartsa Cjarkef
Ce. vs. M ' lasaraaee fasapsy. traa Sal.
Suea ts atsnlas eaase by asr-asseat grsatsd!
Mlnnii Kaasas ssdJPnas Sstlvsy ssassasy
JSrSri. frosx Grant.
Corporstioms Cnartsred. -
Aaaoeiatod Press Report.
AUSTIN. Texas Dec 1 Chartarsdi
The Four Sqnare ihvestmtnt company
eWatherfbrd; capital stock 12000. In
corporate re: C. H. Ray W. T. Atkinson
n m Jonaa.
A. B. Barker Moreaatlls company Har
per; capital -swoa fis.ww. laoorpanuarai
" Christmas Cards
Laathsr Novsltlst '
. . Bags
- Fancy Umbrellas
Stteet Q roes Baskets
1 Laathar and Felt Pillow Tops
Fine Desk Seta
;r FtHintaln Pens
v Frainaw Fleturos
i Newest Frenoh Ivory
' Real Cameoa sxqulsHol tinted
oirri fob childrkn
Indies and Bay Scout Suits
Fanoy Fsnell Boxag
. Bandy Andy Tys .
DoU Volley Balls
Best Idne in
American Medal Bslldar . "
Crekinole and Coftibinatlan
Boards - .- "
And maay. other gHls far hll
LAROSST LINE and LOWEST
PRICES IN THE CITY
" " CUilO; tOlTexat Ave.
YOU WELL HAVE TO CARRY ON
disposed of jMhiW
wheat be sure it is the wtole wheat.
' It r - i '
r aSjr ' -i
is awftole whfm food. tiirnddnShreed
IVheat no paicleoflhe wheat berry is
wasted or thrown away: .Always clui
pure and wholesome NosuoTaris re-faa-jastw
and adadfi of sedt.
Need more be said of s gift than
It Came From Sweeney's 7"
The possession of a Diamond of Kigh
quality means more than mere adorn-
ment It means a con
stantly increasing value
with o u t the loss of
beauty and brilliance.
- Diamonds are the gift
supreme at Christmas
time. Diamonds express
refinement. As the years
go by we look ffr the in-
creased use of diamonds
and for the growing dis-
crimination in favor of
the unusual or uncom-
mon. Our diamond displays
are unusually complete
snd 'will offer many a sug
gestion this Christmas
season. "'' -
A .j;t ;"'
or So. : V
Open SatMrday Kvdnlngfc
: Ontl o'clock.
t ...a . : a r . Mr .
Practically all war re-
Btrictlons ooTSrlns (ha
use of platinum m Jew-
elry harepeen reroked.
We thferefore deslrs to
call yoor. attantloa' to
this branch oi.ajirtD
- :-t.'.V'- J ' r
usnal PlamoQd StochH-
tha platinum moohted
nreiy Is" the inott ax-
ctuatvs f cirtf that caa
he elactsd. k i
ftAIN SlHttTl s
7 f Ik '
Your Idea Of
. a Bank '
This Is a bank to your llklnx;
an Ingtitatton that will read-
ily adapt Itself and Its serv-
ice to yoor individual needs
howerer great or limited.
It has tha capacity to han-
dle basin ess of any propor-
tions and. tha spirit of help-
fulness which makes the
smallest 1 depositor feeT that '
his business is welcome.
Make this your bank.
That Bank on
I lhlladaiphis itorsos Batteries
! PhlladelphU Bsttsry
4': flMlllian Tasinis 'Wii.'.H
a WMPfBH9 W
t- c i r -j
Defeat f Rentrop Would Bring Pet Brow w;portinv ;
.-.W1 n LimeUshtof Worfd.VVJ
-- '. - j ' 1 1 1 J ; t ft. it t. "av t '
Shoald Pet BrowS Win ovr Charles
Baatrop at the wreaUmg match -Triday
nlgat. the Taylor ahamploa woutd bsaoBM
aa tateraatkraal ngnre ia fas wrostttng
Mae. 'Beatro has Sauusisfslty taaded
title after title la foreign ianda tar rea
eon. of aw prowess tne art. dhi not
many believe he wll riek ell of these la
Houaton. . . ' .' ;-.v'"-. .- "
Brown unlike ale opponent has done
all hia wraatUn within tha oonflnea of
this eodntry but the time may oome
whea his aertteea wilt bf aesfred'la for-
aiga ubm .'. vXiV.
Itentrop has in days teas y toured
for raMgVms work ttt China aad ether for
elga oountrle4r according to plans sub-
mitted to a gathering of representatlVeo
et It MethodUt eburahea la Sontbeta New
Jeraay bare today. . ' T . . - t y j
U. of T and Ar lind M. Get
Garnet ' Alternate
. .. -. .a..
Hottstoa l-ost Speeiai'ri''
DAtataAB' Tsdraei'' Dec.' I The arlmial
Thaaksgrrtnt oar tootbaO game between
the Unlveralty of Texas aad A- and M.
college win be heafhereafttf ahemately
at Austin and College Station. This was
moat of the eoaafrles that have been In-. '
volved In the worldwide war and ho won ;
more thaa if nor went of the matches fce. .
waa engaaod feaad his ssrvtcog were la . r; rH
freqaent eeiBaad. Ia fact ha eppearad la
the ospltaU of aU the leading eoaaJkrtas.
; Brown's fries As aaaert that tfhs U eah- f v
Oous and careful In his work frtaa-nlght
at the city audltoriara his opponent will' .
have his hands full. Beatrop Is generaUy .s
regarded aa the tourheit opponent Brown e f . '
has signed Op to meet In a long time and i. J
a.u. .wii la Mii with a lull knowladsa of
GlMMSataaAa ability la .taaajUna.
determined here Thursday efiamonajkat -
a meeting of the Soatliwestora Interwt y
legMe Athletis association when WlU
ixwofnuu i. and M. and Boy H -
dereort Dnrverstty 'of Teaaa.' dhaotow 'k
signed a two-voar contract - stipulating
the piartng plaoe for these Samoa.. x
. Increaalng deroaads that the games i be. ' v '
played en Turkey day at ; Coltoaa Statloit t
and Anatln by formal nenOr. ; )
Ute aiTanseatont itwaaaaid. m-' -
"Attetrfflnt'tha eoaf erMMg- bare Jaati
day were roprseoaUthres of the follow- 1
big teetlUtlonet UDJvsraltr of Jt Jy
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The Houston Post. (Houston, Tex.), Vol. 34, No. 246, Ed. 1 Friday, December 6, 1918, newspaper, December 6, 1918; Houston, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth609298/m1/4/: accessed January 18, 2019), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; .