The Houston Post. (Houston, Tex.), Vol. 37, No. 59, Ed. 1 Thursday, June 2, 1921 Page: 4 of 20
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. J. C. A. GIRLS
rubers'. Presented '" to
j 4 targe Audience ' "
At the Yeeng Women's Christina asso-
ciation downtown quarters Wednesday a
count ifair snd ttrflifbt tnumcal wti
git from 6 until 10 p. m- Booths
charmingly '"minnf d by the T; W. O. A.
girls were icittfred round the room.
Demur damsel hawked of arerall r
rngert with professional nclaace.
fee cream and pickle aoM readily at
4 refreshment arand.
- Sw teautifnl girl were discovered
mMA hi fruril trade aura cutboaaea
oil crept paper of a prominent Hourtoa
rookie manufacturer selling iced cookie
ginaer cake chocolate eases tf cake
and lady fingers. Ererywaer there were
Kill. One vis xeyiof waonaae. em
mmmatmA b fire ter runr woai
en dressed in a eompoeit eulor a"""
of orange aid roM whit and baby U.
.Tea toxrel. 700 of them and tube
aprons and oil ran bats and tin cops
'"""Were u Uprated by members of the to-
oiatioa. The booth were arranjeed by
nad ia chart t Mrs. Kalph K eat in of
ifc eitT recreation department.
. At the twii;bt mirncale. in charte
at Mr. H. M. Garwood chairman ws
.inn t a sacked hall Nine number
wererseited including vocal and piano
lm artistic imitations reading and
violin- solos. The following Houstonin
presented the proarara: Moody Oawin
Vim ntr KtovelL Miss Naomi Intfei
Mia flute Hailey. Mrs. La Kue Nelson
i and Misa Telma Dukes.
-. LOCAL DEATHS
"S' MICHALINA ARTOLE.
Mkhalini Artole. aged 5 yeara died at
' tha family residence. 900 Sabine street
Wednesday afternoon at p. m. She is
.... . I 1 A f
. 'fmrrreed ny ner parents air. sou .wr.
Frank C. Artole; a brother Vincent Ar-
' tain and a twin sister. Inula Artole.
- Fnneral arranxments are in charge of
tha Si Westheimer fndertakinr com
patty.- Burial will be made in Glenwond
cemetery Friday afternoon at 3 o'clock.
Father Banfield effirtating.
MRS. EMMA DAVIS.
Mrs. Enuna Daris. aaed 57. died Wed
' neaday morning at a private sanitarium.
She V i sarriTed by her widower. John
TOt Devi. Funeral serricea will be held
at 4 p. m. Thraday at the chapel of the
Houston Undertaking company. Ker. I).
L. Ortfcth will officiate. Burial will be
is Brergreen cemetery.
. MRS. OLIVE RAWORTH SMEDES
v Fnneral services for Mrs. Otlre Ra
worth ftmedes. a red 67 rears who died
early Wednesday morning were held at
p. m. Wednesday at tne lamuy resi-
dence S219 Fannin street Kev. Charm
' Otngman officiated. The body was sent
Wednesday night to Vicksburg. Miss.
f or aerial.
MRS. IDA K. CALDWELL.
i Fnneral services for Mrs. Ida K Cald-
wdL ared 53 vears. who died Tuesday
ware held at 4 o. m. Wednesday from
' the home of ber daughter. Mrs. R. E.
Ferkia: 7301 Avenue V. Macnoli Tark.
lie. J. B. Leavell officiated. Burial was
ia Evergreen cemetery.
ii JAMES V. McCULLERS.
CtFnseral services for June V. McCul-
fra 1219 Hogan street aged 34 who
me Tuesday were fteld it 4 p. m. w eo
esday at the chapel of the Houston l'u
iCrtaking company. Burial waa in Hoi
i MRS. ANNA MARIE BURKEY.
Fnneral services for Mrs. Anna Marie
"arker. who died Tuesday were held at
iO a. m. Wednesday at the home of her
anghter Mr. F. M. Wbiteman. 1218
. aker street. Uarial was tn uienwood
" - JOSEPH DUBACK.
' Joaeoh Duback. ased 50. died Wednet-
y -morning at his home 711 Preston
venae. Tne Dofly is oeujg na ny we
iloastoa Undertaking company pending
fuse raj arrangement.
; john w. Mcdonald.
John W. McDonald aged 75. died at
0 . nu Wednesday at a loeal hospital.
Funeral arrangements wul be announced
later by the Houston Indertakinf com-
' 'f MRS. A. E. WILLIAMS. ..
Juncral service for Mrs. A. E. Wil-
tlwna aged 73 years who died Tuesday
were held at 10 a. m. Wednesday at her
home in Pasadena.
$f ' FUNERALS
;lf JOE RIBECCA.
. Joe Ribecca 13 who waa drowned
aboot 130 Wedneaday afternoon in the
White Oak bayou at the foot of Spring
- atreet will be buried Thursday afternoon
' at S p. m. from the St. Joseph'a charch
' with interment ia Glenwood cemetery.
He leaves a father and one sister. Fu-
neral arrargement are in charge of the
Sid Westheimer Undertaking company.
' : MRS. EVELLA GUILLORY.
The funeral of Mr. Evella GniDory
'aged 23 of Hardijn Texas who died at
a loeal hospital Tuesday afternoon at
2 o'clock wa held from the chapel of
the Sid Westheimer Undertaking com-
pany parlors Wednesday afternoon at 2
o'clock. ' Burial wa in Evergreen ceme-
tery Kev. T. J. Windham officiating.
;v JERMA ALMANSAR.
: Jerma Almnaar. 70. died at the fam-
)'y residence 808 Rice street at 7 p. :n.
ednesday nignt. e'uaeral arrangement
are in charge of the Ski Westheimer Un-
dertaking company. Burial will be in
the Holy Cross cemetery at 10 o'clock
I M. 0. MONTGOMERY.
The funeral of M. 0. Montgomery
aged 85 who died at the family res)
deuce 1215 Lee street Tuesday wa held
at 4 p. m. Wedneaday with burial In
Hollywood cemetery. Rev. D. L. Grif-
fith f Qdated.
BIRTHDAY UILL BE
Veterans and Daughters of
I; Gmfetleraqr h io Stage
. Scfferaon'Davi' birthday rViday. JuM
3 will be observed in Hagstoa hy tht
Daughters of the Oonfedaracy and the
United Confederate Veterans with a re-
ception at the home of Cokael and Mr.
J. C. Foster Colonel Foater being the
commander j of Etick Dowling camp.
U.C.V. Open house win be kept at the
Foster residence between the hour of
3 to 6 p. m.
An elaborate program ha been pre
pared to commemorate the birthday of
the president of the Confederacy. Invo-
cation will be given by Kev. S. U. BlairJ
chaplain of Dick bowling camp and
"Dixie'' will be sun b MU Louise
'Daniels. Greetings will be extended by
( elonel Foster for Dick Dnwhng camp
U.C.V.; Major Dallas J. Matthews for
Albert Sidney Johnston camp. Song of
Veteran and by Mr. James for Robert
E. Lee chapter Mra. F. I. NeveUc for
Uran M. Roberts chapter and Mrs. Wil-
liam Hansen Jefferson Davis cbdpter
Danshters of the Confederacy.
Judge Chester H. Bryan will deliver
aa address on the life and character of
President Davis and a reading "Our
Chieftain." will be given by Miss Gene-
vieve Miller. A piano oIo. "The Battle
of Manassas" will be riven by Mrs.
George King; a solo. The Bonnie Bine
Flag" will be rendered by Mra. I. Lee
Campbell; another solo by Mrs. Whit
Boyd: a piano solo by Miss Louise Dan-
iels and a duet by Mesr. Smith and
All banks in the city will be dosed Fri-
day in honor of the natal day of the
Texan Senjenced For
Violation of Mann Act
Houston Post SieciaL
DALLAS Texas June 1. R. L.
Slaughter Jr. grandson of the late Col-
onel C. C. Slaugher former Texas ranch-
er and stockman was sentenced to 30
davs in the Dallas county jail and a fine
of $300 by Judge James Wilson in fed-
eral court beVe Wednesday upon his pica
of guilty to an indictment charging him
with violation of the Mann white slave
act. It wa specifically alleged that
Slaughter transported Miss Reita Jaich-
ner of Philadelphia from New York to
Iallas. Judge Wilson before passing
sentence demanded that Miss Jaicbncr
be brought in and be questioned her at
great length bringing out details of a ro-
mance extending over a period of 10
years which embraced a tour .of Europe.
HOTEL MEN MEET.
The Houston Hotel Men's association
met Wednesday at its regular luncheon
at the Macatee hotel. The principal
topic of discussion was on the proponed 1
plan of the Southern Hotel Interstate !
association to put on a tourist campaign
in tne oou;n.
c! Townley preaUMt ef the national I
nonpartisan league and Vi!'.iim Larger
former attorney general of North Da-
kota and ' ari anti-leaguer announced
Wednesday. Include Huron 8. D. June 0;
Sionx Fail. . IX. June T. and Mitchell
S. D Jan fe. The Question la "Resolved.
That the program el tha nonpartisan
league aa carried out by u leader aa
not been for the best interest of North
Dakota." Mr. Townley will support the
negative. - 1 . K-- '
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Cotton Cp Help11)y
Good Weeks Weather
- Associated Preaa Baport. ' v
"WASHINGTON. June L Warm sua-
shiny weather which prevailed throughout
most of the cotton bait enabled the crop
t make aatiafactory p rog re during the
week although fa some localities It waa
reported la poor to only fair rendition
the national weather and cop re pert a
Wedneaday showed. The crop showed
great improvement in the Southeast not-
ably in Georgia where late replanted
cotton ha germinated very well and la
North Carolina where the plant hv
shown up in better color and stand afrsr
much replanttef. Ia tha north weate.B
portion of the belt tiie report aaitl plnn;
lug ia about finished and termination
aatiafactory while good advance waa re-
ported from the central section
Considerable weevTl activity wa re-
ported la Alabama Ceorxia aad 8auth
Carolina- l( .
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Air Mail Routes to Be; .' -
T - - Discontinued July 1
Associated fresa Report. ;
WASTIINQTON June 1. Alt mall
reatea (torn Chicago ti!L Loala and St.
Paul probably will be dUcontlnuad about
July 1. it was ansonoced Wednetday at
the postoOc dtpartaaat. It waa aaid
that there seemed little probability of
congre providing Nad for tha estab
liahmant of lateral branehM of the New
Tork-Saa Francisco rent and that irt
had been decided to conctntrata on im
proving that aerrica. '
BATHING POOL OPENED.
Houatoa Poet BpedaL
DALLAS Texas i June ' 1. Formal
This is one of those good things that none of you men should
miss. A value typrcal of winders Co4 small profit policy.
Otis Union Suits
Limit Six Suit to a Customer
pebter t ti new '.1 ralJiitgl; t"-' ? -' .- :: .
Inm1 at CLi'f l'ark here a a held V0uea-jbau.ra meBu.iz. C..y "-I . . .
Townley and Langer to
Debate in South Dakota
Associated Press Report.
.TtXNEAPOLIS. Minn.. June 1.
DatA for a series of debates between A.
J rr I
I 405 Main : Sq dg.
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ICUiLK J PENDARVIS
eVi Florists Inc.
toil No Awenus Cutf stulMlna
nay Phen Nloltt Phone
j Aaenta farMartha Waahlnaton CeneV
mf tewuM x Tua w.a
F. O. B. Factory
Light Six 2-passenger $1300.00
Light Six 5-passenger. . . $1335.00
Light Six Coupe . $1695.00
Light Six Sedan . $1995.00
Special Six 2-passenger. $1585.00
Special Six 5-passenger $1635.00
Special Six 4-passenger $1635.00
Special Six Coupe $2450.00
Special Six Sedan $2550.00
Big Six 7-passenger $1985.00
Big Six Coupe. .$2850.00
Big Six 7-passenger Sedan .$2950.00
By reason of the greatest volume of business in their history and the gradual reduc-
tion of material prices Studebaker has reduced prices for the second time within a
few months. This in the face of being four to eight weeks behind in deliveries at
Notice the many new Studebaker cars on Houston's streets talk to the
owners. You'll readily' understand the reasons for Studebaker 's great increase in
popularity. ' - f
TTrflS IS A STUDEBAKER YEAR" '
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Go On Sale
. A June Sale offering values that challenge competition. j
' Dectuuxui oiuu ana a wonaenui ocictuuii w. w wi w-r
i. J fc-j!.;
Three Big E3rtra
. v !
-.4 ' .
36-inch Madras ind Percale Shirting in a wide range Ou A
ot patterns ; regular 35c value ; priced per yard. . by ;
- 27-inch Standard Brand Dress Ginghams in plaids 1
and checks ; per yard I
27-inch Solid Colored Chambray in blue pink green 1C-
and 1 vender ; per yard . .
4Mneh Crepe da Chine in brown lavender. Pekuy
cornflower navy pink flash coral turquolM tan.
Cray and white; extra -weight; per 1
40-Inch Crepe da Chine In lavender gray fleah
pink rose sunset brown. Copenhagea Alice
malta nary mad black; our 1.7( Crepe; (1 4Q
at. per yard .' flaaJe?
40-Inch Extra Heavy Gaorgette In brows laven-
der. Pekin cornHower. navy. pink. grav rose
orsnge malse white and black; -on 1 lk
sale per yd eHel 3F
40-inch Georgette Crept In thirty shades; a good
weight; on sale at per $139
40-inch Extra Qeed Weight Crepa la tan nary.
black pink white and gray; on sale QO
per yard $LJO
40-Inch Crape Meteor In 10 good shades 1 1 Q C
on sale per yard vleyJ
36-inch Satin Meaaaline A good weight 1 fQ
in 15 rood street shades; at per yard... vleOal
40-Inch CVaney's Waah Satin Pink. 0 JA
flesh and white; on sale per yard ...... $Tt f
40-Inch Crepe for Underwear In pink
flesh and white; per yard a.
3-lnch Black Satin Meeaaline and Taf
feta Per yard ....
m 32-Inch Cheney' Kimono Silk New pat 1 (
terns; per yard vla'
36-Inch Chiffon-Taffeta In nary rose Copen-
hagen tan. gray brown gold Kelly Aa JQ
gr" and black; on sale at per yard.. 91ef 7
(0-inch Cheneys Plaid Silk
40-inch White Tsjly-Ho In
IMnch Satin Stripe Canton
Crepe a.... j
32-inch Plain White Checked and Striped DlmliywV
Our 49c value; on sale at per ' 3J)C 1
1x90 pimlty Spread In white only; can 4 iA i '
be laundered like a sheet; on sale at.. eJfceTlir
81x90 Marsellfes Spreads Hearlly en AO
boesed; newaUems; for....... ejTeTkJ t
16x36 Plain Whit Huek Towels Plain i f"'
hemmed good weight; on sale for each... IOC' -14x26
Barber ToWels with red border for Cftl
a dosea DIJC
Extra Large Heavy Bleached Bath Towel ' -On
sale each JC -
42x36 H. 8 Pillow Cases Mad ot good OP. .
muslin; each .; ; a3C '
72x90 teamed Sheets for doable bed; oar on.
value; each P7C .
36-inch Colored Dress Linen Warranted AO I
ail purs linen; on sale for eOC
32-1 nch Tissue ingham Nw patterns; " CQ'-
goiaraateed to launder; oa sale per yard.. sleJC r
40-lnch Colored Organdy Full Una Of .shades;
the material now so popular; AQi
45-Inch 'Very Shear twle OrgandyWa 7Qi
whit; per yard wC '.
18-Inch Crash Toweling In tan aad cream; ; g " J
per yard I DC s
364neh Soft Flnlahad Nainsook Very
fine quality; 10-yard bolts; bolt 9aSeW V
36-inch Curtain Nets In eream and white; bean ;
Uful line ot new patterns; per ja
36-Inch Pa Jam a Cheeks The small checks r fa
good weight; on sale per yard aUjb ;
8S4neh Mereerteed Oamaak Heavy OualKy'ee 'i
in five good patterns; per yard 30C .
52-inch White sad Red Flannel
it-Inch Kelly Green Flannel
tDTOER. Vm CWNERSmp AND MANAGEMENT
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TRAVIS AT PRAIRIE
HOUSTON'S CUSY CORNER
. Liquidation Sale of
International Siiipbuilding Company Inc.
Pascagoula. Mist .
This Company offers Machinery Material Equipment and Supplies
amounting to over $4000000.00 at exceptionally low prices J
J . -
AIR COMPRESSORSFrom very small sizM to 1955. cu. ft
BOILER SHOP MACHINERY AND EQUIPMENT. .
MACHINE Shop machinery and equipment.
BLACKSMITH SHOP MACHINERY AND EQUIPMENT.
VPIPE SHOP MACHINERY AND EQUIPMENT.
WOODWORKING MACHINERY AND EQUIPMENT.
POWER HOUSE (Complete Now in Operation). 1 .
PUNCH AND SHEARS Kling Whiting Massillon Davis.
LOCOMOTIVE TYPE BOILERS. v
250-H. P. HEINE BOILERS.
TWO-MASTED SCHOONER "ARCADIA." :
. TRUCKS Two and Three-Ton Winther.
AUTOMOBILES Stutt Scripp-Booth. '
WATER TANK AND'TDWER (Steel) 35000 Gallon r
STRUCTURAL STEEL BUILDINGS. ' ii - v VV
FULL WINTON-DEISEL CRUDE OIL ENGINE 200-H. P New V ;
STEEL PLATES CHANNELS AND ANGLES. ' f..
171 AT TAB PUSH f!AR. . V ' .. r . ' ' . -. .
SHIP EQUIPMENT AND SUPPLIES.
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' . inspection of material and equipment located" at Pascagoula Mis 16 invited. .. ' :.s 1
if v r -"
'rr CornpIt inventory Can" Seea" at ' &6 Aov6vAddres:f
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