The Houston Post. (Houston, Tex.), Vol. 38, No. 153, Ed. 1 Monday, September 4, 1922 Page: 2 of 14
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THE HOUSTON. POST: MONDAY MORNING; SEPTEMBER 4 1922
TWENTY-FOUR LESSONS IN PIANO PLAYING TWENTIETH LESSON; C MINOR
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In th study of the piano or organ leant tho fmgertng j
.. -- I. aim k.MM'UM hn4 MriiM- W l
foundation for a imieloal education. Aa requeeted In
tha pracadlng leeeon nwmoriM thaoo 'X'
Ins thsm ovar ana- ovar until you aan jrtax tham with
out looking at tha chart. . V V-
If you will compare tho chorda and bass notoa of
any particular chart In thle eerleaWltjt a manuscript
of music arrangad In tha aama kjT this fact will ap-
oaari two-thlrde or avan mora oMho chorda of Mr.
m tha manuacrlpt. except ithoee ueed for
moot In uas aro thoao that you haw already tea mad In
provlou loosens. Tho ehorda of modulation aro thooa
that parmlt a change from ono kay to another by
easy steps ''v
Whan you aro playing accompaniment each ehord
you atrlke should in general) eonuin tho nota of the
melody that Is sounded with tho ehord. You ean etudy
thle out from tho charts but few peroona should need
mero Instruction on this point than .tho oar Itself can
Persletenoe la necessary W yea aro to learn much
from these lessons. You mutt play tha 0110140 over
' SECOND SERIES.
"Copyright 1920 by W. Scott Grove Scnmton Pa.
Lesson No. 20.
This the twsntlsth leeeon. for the piano or organ
according to Orove'e home-teaching lyrtm presents
the key of C Minor which it the rslstlve of tha kay of
Flat Major. It la tha nsxt atap In acquiring a sound
arm over .first with th chart placed an th Instrument
before you so that tho white spseee er ever th JpIU
ksy ana! blaok spies an ovar th black hoy and
than without th uas f tha chart Commit to memory
ale th ham of the keys that make up th different
chorda. Thle ahouM give you sufflclsnt knowledge for
playing accompaniments. If 'you wish to go further
or ino seaiae . rrfr
each hart.;i'i::s;j;;'M:i; 'HI&L'S r"1
' Rvory triad In black totter la marked t I. Arway
read It so no matter In what vertical ardor th note
may b written. Note that th amall letter D with C
sh abov It mast not be played. v s . ' ( -NEXT
UKttON A' Flat Major. ' '
1 h;. sT
modulation an comprised in some poeiuon or ino
chorda arrangad In thsse chart. Thai
la tho chorda
Key of C Minor relative of E FlotMaj
I IfinT THamanAa. ttTaiehiaaV 3ttw&
hT th 'Appeal of Quality."
me la and cet acquainted iaA
f tir 1 ii 0
In our circle of nappy ti-
ed charge aeoount ouatoner. J
iDcniT svnui Mtvariw
Jeanette' Diamond Ring
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GOTTOII PALACE IS
BEING MADE INTO
;;; (Cont'd from P. 1.)
;''J the Knlhta of Columbus and tho Bed
Cross belnc hard at work along- tha
'". same lines. Canvas cots have been
obtained which will be placed In M-
" chinary hall for the use of delegates
..' at a nominal coat and arrangement
. have been made to serve excellent
u meals too In an adjoining exhibition
building. Details of tha mimic French
J cafa are being worked out and a num-
v ber of conceaalona of various kinds
1 have been granted all of which will
add to the pleasure of the delegates
"1 sojourning In the peaceful camp.
Ligon Smith's orchestra Dallas has
been obtained to furnish music for the
. . two big dancee at the Cotton palaoo
'. " and tho reception committee reports
n that plenty of Waco a best looking
': glrle wilt be on hand to act as part-
nera. The Spring Lake Country club
2 plana a big entertainment for the cloa-
Ing night of the convention and the
' athletic conyotttee Is gathering In the
pugilists ai4 wnestlers for the "Ruff
Delegates will b
be met at the sta-
t '' tion and escorted to tne "camp" In
j'1 numerous cars which have already
' been promised and every automobile
in War will be cpmmandeered for
' the free ride over the city on the eve-
nlng of the 11th. The citlaena of Waco
are determined to do everything In
'.J? their powe.r to make the convention
The Thirty-sixth division reunion
will be held conjointly with thla con-
. ventlon ' and other reunions are In
. Five bands have accepted the Le-
" 1 gion'a Invitation to be present and a
unit of field artillery which la expect-
ed to reach Waco on dept. 11 will re-
i '. main over for the convention. This.
'!. COUDled With the fart I hut manv nf Ih.
';.Jaionnalrea will be In uniform will
make the oantoainpnt around which
J. an actiTttJea will obnter even more rc-
; j- altlatic.and both ' partldnanU and
oolookinr citlaena will be carried back
to th. ptlrring days of 1917 and 191S.
-No details will be overlooked in ar-
Hanging a b!g time for tha ex-service
men In attendance.
fJatlonal Commander IfcNlder and
v other distinguished visitors will find a
..n record breaking crowd of 5000 dle-
A'1 fate In the convention city.
No Strings On
' ' Houston Post Special.
- WACO Texas Sept. I. An army
cavnp without a guardhouse a camp
. where the bugler will blow Juat so all
(l tha buck privates can tell him where
to step to that the entertainment
that Will be offered the American Lj-
; gkm when It meets in Waco Septejji-
; ber 11 12 13 for Its annual State
. . Arrangements were made Friday
between Dr. J. D. Lovelace rcprestt-
;Uig th Legion and W. V. Crawford
representing the Cotton Palace by
iVt phlch the Palace will be turned over
t W the Legion for the three days of
iit: t'ie convention. The whole works
from the stable stalls to the coliseum
box seats will be the Legion camp
.md the "days of 1917" will live again.
;; Only there won't be any discipline.
The second Looey can wear his unl-
' ' form but it won't mean anything.
Back in '17 the boys used to have
'. 1. lots of fun slnglnR "Oh Boy the Mln-
3e the Battle Is Over" and telling
What they'd do to the bugler and all
that sort of whatnot. Now for the
first time they'll get their chance to
( sleep through "reveille" shoot craps
'y after taps.
The pleasajit things that smoothed
if ; over the hum spots of life In '17 and
t 18 and '19 they'll be present with
.'-UJls. The Salvation Army doughnuta
?'. ill come to life again and also the
ex-buck will have his chance to tellfl
lj how they don t taste 1 per cent aa
1 good as they did that monilng at 4
' " o'clock In Bar-le-duc or Nogalea
J Aria. or wherever It was that he
fought his hardest brut tie.
And - thirdly the French cafe will
.. be tniported with waitresses who
can't apeak a word of English or at
r least they won't unless they get stuck
i: on a French word where the Leglon-
t nalre can call for his favorite French
beverage. And If he calls for cognao
; and gets Circle A any how he can
have the fun of calling.
The full details or the Legion camp
;'J have not been worked out yet. But It
. .' 1 settled that all the organizations
and Institutions that went to make
;1 Ve in 1917 camps will bo called back
1 gain. For three daya they will rT
..(.:.. ttact the part they played for throe
tare. In the real camp.
; The biggest men In the Legion
j from Hanfbrd McNIder national com-
I mander on down are coming to en.
' 'ny.tha show. Major General John U
Hlnes commanding tha Eighth corps
area has announced that he will be
preaent and bring hla staff and the
artillery band. Notables from . all
walks of civilian Ufa will bo hers. The
State commander aald a few daya ago
that (000 Legionnaires would be on
Thla la Waco'a first chanc to en-
tertain the great body of men who
made up the Ninetieth th Thirty-
sixth and other Texas outflte of tha
big scrap. )
PLANS OF COUNTY
(Cont'd from Pg. 1.)
In Stephens county and Juat over the
lino In some adjoining counxtea omens
well' for the growing of Breckenrldge
Into a city of many tlmee Ita preaent
population within five years. It also Is
predicted freely that million would be
added to the permanent property valu-
ation of the county enabling a lower
tax rate and the establishment of a
thrifty prosperous agricultural district
between Breckenrldge and the alt of
the proposed dam on the river.
Commenting on the prospect of the
undertaking. Oleen Russell of the First
National bank declared that It means
mora to Breckenrldge than anything
yet atarted in thla section of the 8atte
and authroixed the following - state-
ment: "Our prosperity from oil haa
been great and will continue 20 or 10
years perhapa but the history of oil
fields must be considered by us and
preparation made for maintaining our
prosperity and holding up the financial
condition of the community and even
improving them from year to year.'!
To put In a great Irrigation system on
the Braios on the north line of this
county means the largest boom thla
section haa ever expeffesred. It means
great wealth for or "community and
that distributed to a larger number of
persons. It would give our homes to
hunrdeda of families and added thou-
sands to the population of Brecken-
rldge and Stephena county. It would
stabilize our property valuatlona a fac-
tor that la of no amall importance thus
enabling our tax rate. Including bond-
ed Indebted nesa to be easily taken
rare of. In case our oil resource should
"Agriculture la the basis of all
wealth and of nearly all Industry.
Farming by Irrigation is farming that
Is dependable and Is the same from
year to year and on auch a basis a
prosperous community is built with
happy homes adequate school system
A-B Gat Ranges
Low Monthly Payment
Over 16000 Now In Us In
Houston Gas & Fuel Co.
Texas Avenue and Travla Strec
ROOM and PRIVATE BATH and
CEILING FANS 1JM ana) Us
O. THAT WOffltBrUlOWPWrmt.Tv tVPH WOWlXcr-' "f "TWBUSy Xl.
Monday tabor Day being a
holiday our usual Monday
bargab prices will prevail
community welfare work good high-
way and all that contributes to the
making of a successful and contended
"Ther is no ftueetlon I think aa to
the possibility of developing this pro-
posed Irrigation project for Stephens
county and I think there will be little
delay In pushing the proposition to a
successful culmination. 'In fact we
can not afford to delay It"
It la pointed out by many cltlsens
that there is enough water going to
waste in tha Oontales and Brasoa river
streama In thla county annually to pro-
duce aufllolent produce and crops to
aupply the ieeds of a quarter mUllou
people If thla flood water can be prop-
erly harneaaed conserved and utilised
In producing crops on the fertile soil
obtained from experimental work In
this county have shown conclusively
that auprprtalng wonderful reaulta can
be obtained by no Impossible means.
And now Breckenrldge business men
acting on the advice of competent en-
gin m have made a casual observation
of tho territory to bo developed they
are enthuslaatlo over their findings.
Farm Products Exhibit
By Qmmerce Chamber
Houston Post Special.
CENTER Texas Sept l.-lThe
chamberot commerce has arranged a
farm produot exhibit to be held here
Sept. 29. For the best exhibits 40
prises will bo awarded in cash and
merchandise by Center merchants.
Whether for gift purpose or your
own Individual use where Just the
stationery you need HUED'B
CRANE'S and WHITING'S from
the least expensive to the most
WHEN STATIONERY IS MADE
BETTER PILLOT'S WILL
To satisfy our customers with un-
usual and efficient service Is our
pleasure. Thla aervloe la offered
with our extenalve line ot CONK-I-IN'S
DUNN'S Fountain Pens. Parts
can be Instantly replaced without
sending out of town. Free Ink
service at all times.
The Gift Shop
Pluto's Gift ShoD haa come to be
looked upon aa the moat uaeful
and necessary department of its
kind in Houston. Here may be
found hundreds or articles wnicn
will fit In with your party plans
or for bridal or birthday gilts. No
trouble to show you.
If sm mm
Bf .UisMa:aaMisws -JtVsssp .
12802 Bales Cotton
Marketed at Robstown
Houston Post Special.
ROBSTOWN Texaa Sept. t. Local
gin receipts for the. week? closing-Saturday
Sept. I were ill bales a large
PENSIONS are paid by firms and corporations for
continuous service. PENSIONS are paid by gov-
ernments to soldiers sailors and their dependents.
PENSIONS are paid by States and municipalities
for charitable purposes. PENSIONS can be pur-
chased by lawyers physicians preachers teachers
and other professional men and. women available
when old age has impaired their mental or physi-
A vigor. No medical examination required. No
chance to lose. For further information address
the Great Southern Life Insurance Company
Work and Progress
The burdens of the world have been
lifted from the shoulders of man by the
unseen powers of electricity and steam.
Likewise by the application of thought
as evidenced by systematic saving7 and
careful spending will the burdens of
lack be raised from the human race.
Lumbermans National Bank
LIMIT SAME DAY
: Leavs Grind sv-- V ;;: Leave Sylvan
Central Sution :'Mfe;'ray;.; f! ;
. 8:05 aun. Shore
11:29 aon . '
6 :50 D.m. 1 1 i02
decrease from last week's receipts.
This number increased the season's re-
ceipts to 10141 bales. Wagon and
truck receipts for 'he week were 1530
and the season's truck receipts show
that ll.so: bales have been marketed
hero to dxte. The local compress has
: And Return
Park . ; 7:59ajn.
Sept. 4 75c
handled a total of 40101 bale: up to
the close of business Friday night II-
711 being received by rail and Wtt lo
L. C. Smith Fox Stevens Winchester and Iver-Johnson
Shotguns and Rifles'all grades gauges and calibers. Shot-
gun Shells hi all' the popular loads. Small arms ammuni-
tion for all makes of guns. . Send us your orders pr write'
iqqbj ior caiaipg ana price
UOVUTUH UAH iUWOtOO.
Three Trains to Galveston
i September 4th !
8:05 A.M. 11:2.0 A.M.
Leave Galveston 6 P.M. 8:20 P.M. 9 P.M.
$1.90 On Sale Saturday and 8unday Return Monday
12.40 On 8ala Dally Limit 30 Daya
GRAND CENTRAL STATION
CAGE COTTON CO.
u.uatM J Nsw Orleans Cotton Kxehanao
MBMaana r Loulalana Sugar ana Rise Exchange
Cotton stocks and grain
90S FRANKLIN AVRNUK
against mosquito bltss by using
SKEtvr.EX) tha guaranteed mea.
Drugglats are autharlied to re-
fund the purchase price If It falls
to da tha work. y
Take no chances get tha genuine
KEET.EX prepared at tha Bewid
Laboratory Houston Taxes.
If your druggist ean not supply
you call Hadley sTW..
Patents Obtainoa and Trademarks
a no uopyriajnte nwMiy
Hardway & Oathey
Ph. Pre stan 47t0 Houston Texas
Office TO Krasa ulldlng T
All tha lataat song .hits at
:. ' OHvar's Muale Houss and
-: Song Shop .
OLIVER'S UUSIC HOUSE
" 910 Tsxas Avtnus
Qlseaeea of fh Eye tar. Nose ana
cally. It is estimatad that a possible
1500 or 1000 bales will be. ginned qr
marksted her. . '
iibi. ooia -o ucaicrs omy
& STEEL CO.
1 :45 p. hi.
DIRECT WIRE SERVICE
( PRESTON S100
Who Is -Fan?
AftASSEN ELECTRIC ft
H onlTBIfTIW ffl
"111 Main St.
waitaj - periect
out . Diamond
b rich ll-k
Gold . Mounting
han d . roads.
. pteroad and
Others at S7I $1W SZOO SCM Up
white Dia- ' ''' : :
this beautiful CVOr NK
man a ring
act In ll-k
octagon t o
The ' rtna
solid lt-k Tel-
low O o I d.
Rectangular Wrist Watch
' Latest Populsr Design -
Solid 14-k White Gold cue high-
grade lS-Jewel movement adjust-
ed. Ribbon Bracelet; Solid Gold
Buckle. Extraordinary' 1 CQR
value at 3
Solid 18-k White Gold 17Jewels H
TERMS: S1-00 A WEEK
WATCH REPAIRING ANQ
Watches repaired I all work guar-
anteed. Diamonds remounted; old
Jewelry repaired or remodeled. De-
signs and estimates for special or-
ders cheerfully furnlahed free.
OPEN EVERY EVENING.
Call or Write for Catalog No. 170.
Preefon 2600 or 4112 and Salesman
- Will Call t
60S MAIN STREET.
Bstweon Texaa snd Prairie Avas
Neany Opposite wjoo Metal.
6 to 7
NEUP & CO.
Unlcjn Hat'onal Bank Bldgj. :
' FOR SALE -
Tax Exempt Serial Bonds to nat
t. Aak for circular.
We Buy Sail and Quota Local
and Active Curb 8tooka such
United Oil d Natural Oat Prod-
Magnolia Petroleum Co.
Gulf Oil Corporation '?
Humble Oil a Reflnfng Co eta.
We SfXeeuto orders for Cotton
oh tho New Orleans Cotton Ex-
change of which wo are menv
SIIEmOOD & KING
i fttooka Sonde Cottonf- i
: . -' 112 Main Stroet "
Cotton atockt Qrslo. Proriiloli.
Cat too Seta OIL Bussr snd GoffL ' '' .
SBIMV ok UTWSDS JOIOB I
Nw onaass v orars uroxerv . j
Htir xork Prodacs Exchange. I
Itoek ExcklM. Ntw Vork CoffM
Enhaace. Ins.. Xkieae Beard at
sat!hail sitwasBrtoSi sHM MO Aliaa -----
'fataUjrCiSoo'SSartat Isttaa "
BAGGIIIG AND TIES
SUGAR BAGT CLOTH
M. M. ClRAVCS" CO! fnp. .
' t . Houston Texas
1 ;". Cotton Factors'; "-
... Phonos Preston S47S.ltai.
-t Hsaatan Tatxaa
'Offioa M0-M1 Prinoa Thtatat
:!V';";''Tlepione Prestan 071':
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