The Houston Post. (Houston, Tex.), Vol. 38, No. 124, Ed. 1 Sunday, August 6, 1922 Page: 4 of 48
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;n for Amusing Bear
Stones Opens in
Associated Frees Report.
liCB GEORGE B. C Two
t.tnt bear stories both Touched
by reputable eye-wltnessas. art
.in th round her. Foreit fires
t northern British. Colombia during
a put month have had peculiar
ect spoil Mm of tha wild animals
- f tha woods judging from om '
a storias brought . in to ; Prince
lUeorge. . " " ' r-i
A fight between flrs-erased bear
and a mule. In whloh tha bear was
worsted occurred at L. Mason's ranch
at Bedneatl. 8. a Tha forest Mrs
rooted tha bear from tta lair and in
Ita daafa. from tha flames Into (ha open
country It collided violently with a
Jack mule. The bear waa promptly
'retched out en tn groone oy a
-ttoubia tattoo from tha capable hind
aoofa' and tha inula calmly resumed
lea Interrupted erasing.
Thoroughly angered tha bear picked
Itaaif up and cautiously approaohad
tha entile from a different angle. Tha
lKtra paw-waa brought down with a
r oundlng thwack on tha mule ribs
i This waa anfortunate. The hoofi were
1 rain brought late play after a quick
ca urate aianeuvf for position and
the fight waa called off so far aa the
v... w mmfiul Mr. Mason who
I 4 wltaaaied the Mutual encounter
. uehd to tha honaa for hi rifle to
I -san. the bear; ahould any life be
arena however1. Bruin managed to
tet grogaily to hi fest. and return
1 tne Ma oacning envwonineBi
A fire patrol' ranger la aponaor for
anoaner near story wnue
aurver In the .mountain district he
rumo upon a young cub auf faring
'one. aevtre burn on feet and body.
.'t youngster Jwae whimpering from
-.im pain and the forester took pity
a It. lifted tt tart his oar and there
. mAm. aFwltfi nWU'roHa.'AV
rka umlmu started an hla lour-
AMttf a mmvmv theft the-mother
toar had .appeared and waa in .hot
rult. AS lam iraca ' ran vpoiu
. - .w '' . w - 1 ' MBkhi Inn
( w point we ..
... Am.m Miui aa-Aajtllv and the need
r strategy waa dearly Indicated.
lh forestry book 01 instruction uoso
' m.wab ittttan miflh aa thla
- wan MaourAefnt and
- elded that the boat plan would be to
iraw the dub overboard. .Hla at
tampti to untie the1 knot on1 the
3tng which secured the youngatar
the machine however prated futile.
urauer ana pursoea earn w a
. n.i write tha advantaa all
v un the former. Finally With- on
r. - -hty effort the old bear threw har-
if on the back ot tha car holdln on
mii.ii whra tha foraatar decided
. hh la hp nf the aaamy. Ha
.ve off tha oar- and regained hi
i-et In time -to aee it oonUnulng Ita
j-swrney .eaatwara wiin a mower anw
a kikniiw Mimlted. aa Ita naaaen-
pm-u. Later the automobile waa found
i in down and. everything Intact x-
' ot the aid of the eeat where the
had been tied the old bear having
ittra) It out to raiaaaa ner onepnng.
...... ...-.r W I I 0 v..
Russian Ruble Reaching
A More Stable State
Aatoclatea PreM Report
MOSCOW.-rThe Runlan Stat bank
' reduced tta Intareat ratea on abort
t rm loana to I per cent monthly aa
a result of tha recent trend toward
s.fcillaatlon of the ruble.' Prevloualy
e bank charged from U per cent
nthly upward and In additloa In-
ri it loan acalnat further deprcl
n la actual parchaain power.
l or more than two month the
.viet hag remained practically ata--.ary
at about MOO.000 to the
..! .r. At the preaent tlm the ruble
t vutlng lowly. ' '
f. Bohelnemann preatdent of the
te bank haa aatd that thla rtabUl-
on prooeaa will coatlnae. aa proa-
ta for a fata harveat will mean a
inued drop la prleea of ftaple
lie bank now pan depoator on
.- cent monthly oa current account.
1 compared to I par eeat prevloualy.
Aeaociated Preen Report.
LITTLE ROCK". Ark."Lov
lane" In moat cltlea and town! nauaily
la a ahedowed walk aome dlatanee out
of the city or at least a ahady atreet
In the outekirta But Little Rook
elalma a distinction. Little Rock's
Lover' lane" Is Main atreet. the bus-
iteaa street 6f the city.
Under the mellowing beam of
boulevard lights five white circles
of moonltk glow on standards on both
aide of the atreet many oar are
parked at night.
Many 01 toe ears are oeeupwa
by couples lovers in many case.
Stranger know they are lover from'
the manner In which they altaome-
tlmes an arm around a waist oftaner
with hand clasped contentedly
watching crowds pea by. . .
Little Rock ha no "Lover's Leap."
IS MAIN STREET
For Hell-tad People
Associated Praaa Report.
BERLIN. --Prussia ha established
a precedent 4a Ita annala by granting
fiscal autonomy to an area of one
and one-half kilometer with a popu
lation or approximately woo. The sec
tlon concerned is the Island of Hellgo
In order to quiet discontent among
the Heliorolanders the Prussian
government haa decided to grant them
more . independent - administration
than heretofore. Toe Island . will be
treated a separata from the district
of Buederdlthmareohen and It la em
powered to regulate its local taxation
aocoraing to uf uianaerr neeaa '
win nay a legislature of -land
rat" of its own. the members of
which will live on the Wand. In place
of the present district board -there
wilt be a board of two Hellogolanders
under Jurisdiction ' of the legislature
The governmental head of Schleswig
will maintain supervision over the
Amnesty Decree Frees
200 Political Prisoners
r Associated Press Rsnort i
BUCHAREfllf. Rumania. Kine- 7er.
dlnand's recent amnesty decree pro-
claimed on tha occasion of his daugh-
ter's marriage to King Alexander of
Jugoslavia embrace a wide variety of
offense and already ha resulted In
tne liberation of 100 of the 141 com-
munist on trial for plot against the
' The following offense are Included
witmn the decree; .Clandestine and
publto propaganda against social and
pouucai order; spying goring peace
time; electoral and newspaper of-
fenses; participation In strikes aaalnst
the Bute and certain military crime
ana misdemeanor -
L w. itwi L J.iLiJ
City Is Sill TTHr- cf
Wheat Mii H;p-
. LONDON. London Is sUn thinking
of what might happen to It In case
enemy airships sgaiq ever fly over the
city; and the picture is. not a pleas-
ant one. .The' executive committee of
the parliamentary air committee na
sent a letter to the prims minister In
which after referring to what waa ac-
complished by air fighters In tha Euro-.
pean war It proceeda to draw an ap-
palling picture of the next air war.
The letter says:'..;":';'':';
The bomb dropped on London aw
ing the last war av a rated tea than
too pounda In weight. Bomna or tor-
pedoes are now carried of WOO pound
weight containing a mass of high ex-
plosives. The effect of a dosea bomb
of thla character dropped on London
can readily be conceived. There is
not merely a possibility but a great
probability that tn the event' of war
this country would be raided and Lon
don and . other town destroyed by
sauadron or even fleet of airplanes
traveling at 1M miles an hour at a
aelgnt 01 iow teat anew as 10 meir
angina and certainly by night Invl-
The- committee prophesies- that an
great wars In future will begin with
terrific battles in the air .and aays
that if the country sniffers a real de
feat In this first battle the victor wlU
In a few days destroy her portaAber
railway her munition factories and
hsr capital by intenalv bombardment
from the air. It eooilders that-at
present England la not in a position
successfully to comnet an air attain
and that the government snotild ap
point strong commission to mves-
tuata ' . K t
Prince of Wales Taking
Rest After" World Tour
' LONDON With the exception of a
luncheon given in hit hoaoc by the
City of London Corporation tha Prince
of vraiee win nnaertax tew u any.
publlo angagementa during the next
three month. 1
' Toward the end of Sept It ta pro
bable he win "pmy himself in"
Captain of th Royal and Ancient Golf
club at 8t Andrews) and there I every
probability that tha fixture will be
treated aa en of the utmost Inters it
and importance throughout golfing clr
clea In Oreat Britain. Ths Prince's
first ball from tha tee will be redeem
ed in traditional fashion and will be
come a treasured possession . of th
Proa Report ...
r A ). To.k ha been
a ( -r t rnvf nment mal f
i anl aliuiane factory la &rou-
vtew a . western suburb ot Chlcan .
It U expemed .the .field wlll .be 1.
-ipr cond'U'm for landing and tl.e
e brick buiiulnre which will noua
the factory and the plane will be
completed by October according to
gj. M. Barbour assistant superintend-
ent of aerial mail for the eaatera
A small airplane factory Is now In
operation on Checkerboard field. lust
east of the new alto but It can not
turn out the plane for the ever grow-
tnc mall service. -The new factory
which will be. the largest airplane
factory under governmental control
will have a capacity of 11 planea a
month. The machlnea it will make win
be a modification of the -De HavIIand
4 and will be- equipped .with Liberty
motor. Mr. Barbour said.
The field will be the manufacturing
and repair headquarter for. .the whole
service it was said. Experiments-will
d conducted her for night nymg ao
that when th service I called upon
for continuous flights It will be ready
for the emergency. Mr. Barbour ex
plained. The type of plan now used
lands at sock a terrific speed that
It la dangeroul for night work In cs
there la a forced landing. It 1 hoped
at th experiment station systems will
be devised for lighting airway and
perfecting a slow landing machine.
Is Li."..ic J in C.
English Woman "Parson"
Changes Marriage Vows
Associated Press Report -LONDON
English women era canal
ling their - American - slstsrs in th
cop of their oocupatlona. Women
legislator lawyer physician and
toulptora are fairly ' common In both
ooun tries. - But new -London . - come
along with a wemaa "marrying par
son." Bh 1 th Rev. Constane Colt-
man a graduate of thtford untvaralty
and joint pastor of one of the West
End fashionable churches.- . r J '
Borne women ilk to be married by
Mia Colt man; ahe does not ask them
to use the werd ."obey" in fact tell
them to avoid it' Bh request th
bride and th groom to present each
other with a ring repeating tha words:
"Aa 'this ring now encircles . thy
finger ao let my dove surround .thee
all the days ot tny me." -
Doctor Betts Returns
To Northwestern U.
EVAN8TON TIL Prof. Oeorge Ho-
bart Betts has returned to Northwest
era university after a year aa a mnv
bar of th faculty of th University
of Bou thorn California. He will oc-
cupy the chair In religious education
during the next year. Dr. Betts for-
merly waa professor of nercholosrv at
Cornell college and later professor of
religious education at Boston unlver
Ity - 1- m
hibition in Denmark
Grjaclered With Doubt
1 Associated Prat Report
r PENHAOKN. A Danish delega-
1 which haa been studying the
vie of prohibition m Finland
t i whether tt will be possible ever
carry through effective prohibitions
onmark. : tv
? delegates consider that the best
ion of. the question a far a
mark hi eonoerned. Is th tree sale
i itoxlcant Tory heavily taxed. .
f Jef 't y: I
I l Ivl w
co Vc:!i to
Associated Pre Report.
CIICAOO 1!L Roused from Its
moribund lethargy by the demand of
tne paiatae f thousands of smokers.
tne live eeat cigar Is back with Its
muHi-colored banners streaming. -
a snop winoows ana en cigar coun
ten everywhere tha nickel amoka nm
duct which disappeared back tn war
days. Is being displayed In a profusion
of Shapes -and varieties while gigantic
bill board adrertlamanta are sendlne
lonn message of this return to nor-
malcy In the tobacco world. ;'
what the country need la a aood
five cent cigar. Is a remark attribute
ea to Mark Twain. And those smok-
ers who saw ths on time five cent
brand mount to six seven eight and
sometimes ten cents' during the period
t t i t
' t . . tn V 1 ' - i
v t -r. 1 o 1 - ';
kit it t be as iud as t e
v t- -nt'e the c-5t of n-'
i4 1 r t a above t' e e i b -t.
it s.r It ii 1 1 as p
as lei -1 lavwite of pre-war 1
da-' . - I
"Vie cun't get enoutm five cent
c! ra" r id a sainmnan In a loop ;
tooacco elop "We have pretty good
eiKsrs at that price now however and
my cuiomers buy so many 1 keep
the boxes on th counter. If I put them
In the case I would be buay hauling
them out and returning .- them.
The two for a quarter la done for In
my opinion. The publie wanta five
centers -for every day and ten cents
tor Sunday." . . .
1 TEN DAY ( sjain.' .
The heaviest ralr'nll that has OC-
Mrred at Vount v uon Calitomla
elevation 1.70 feet. since rainfall ob-
servatlona war begun nearly II year
ago was recorded December .IT to
It ttL The record showed that
N.St Inches of rain feU. Thla equiv-
alent 'to Ulf pound of water to every
square foot of surface 11114 ton per
acre. and 11257 tone per square
mile. . 1 .' ' ' ''
FOR THRIFTY SHOPPERS
J 808 PRAIRIE AVENUE
We are out of th hloh rent district an) sr ghln yow ths idvsntass of that by offering you furniture at th
"west prices. Yeu will find bargalna In all tfeparfmenve. We have a complete stock te eheoo from conslstlna
term th eeeleet. Below are Just a few af the many baraifne w hava te offer
of tow medium and high grede Furniture.
Shew yeu through our store
THREE-PIECE DUOFOLD SUITE
ricee are th lowest and euf
yeu. ak ur -alsmsn te
ISMSlDe . this
alt la year
kea. Yon will
tad flm sw-
felly aloe ex .
room eptee IS
limited as yea
nay ess it as
a bxlrooa enlte
et night. Tkle
suite la een-
tructed of the .
eek. Bulehed In
either oll or
ed la leatUer-.
ette ed all
over of beet
A Living Room by Day and
Badroom; by blight .
v. - 1 1 v. e !
Bed Spring and IMattress Special
A Real Esrsain
Be yea seed ea
exua bed ootdtt
Here is a eheaee
to set eae at s
aaheard of price '.
Thfe bed M Jaat x
aa ptetstedi has
1 1 r t e eentlBBoas ;
seats sad wh
- lllem eed besa- ;
telly white sssa-
-eiesv". tea aisy
have year choice
ef eltbw et tw
sprints with this
bed ovtat. He. 1
..lprlag-t et t 'a
abl . tl
esrlag 1 t-
$we Is a food
: annm and the
cattie eetnt le
a teal terrain
thie esc 1
. W save kt stetk
a couplets tine et
Metal Bedel sll
- slgas sad fslsbest :
else prlats aad
' we featare the fa-
aeeaelea t kefs
te ehow yea.
$1.C3 DOWN-41.00 PER WEEK
' We ean Sot terffl.
mend tlile Refrtsn
helf MMUL Wl
uarmntee aveir lech
or it mia. aa we e
every Hfrlsraor we
ell. Thla Km-lal nrlee
means leas profit to ta
aad more ntrlaentot
for the eeetoaeer. The
auilnuB ice eestciq
le 10 pwude. Ttae food
vaamlwre neasare 34
lent weed ta retrlrw-
t4T eaaatroctloei; per-
fect la boih perfotai.
ence ana enpeerence.
1 bote le othtu hettw
eorwhere at aay price.
la aad let ea
enow roe mora
tut aiia her.
$l.t3 Dow-Cl.C3 Per Weds
top :- lotng re-
f rigaratsrt ara
pa g u far I y
and we are
closing ; them
put. Most eare
fut ' aongtruo-
emi wry eanr-
tary. A tsnta- Tt.
tionai vaiua at
Successors to Deutser raxlttrt Co.
1 - l t:3 risirla Av "5 -
A SZVSiUt Specie!
. cr Monday .
1 1; 1
Values to 2S3
Shantung SUk Suits
t : 7.nlj
Tlt Season's Smppj Styla
Mh0 wisMlafwaaleaai L
mm l for kitchen or back hall I eC
II l cents will buy. 10 rolls ? M tt.i
Llvlni Room VI aide l yards of border 1 ff Pretty Bad
Dining Room f end ereiia of eeimg Jf: ftaara pat-
or Hall cut- U enough -te PJT an ff terns ant.
sui aordsr "rrwm JT out bsrdsrs
to match So kV . - ' ' ' Jr to matoh So
per yard. . " 1 Pf JT1
Fcr the: 3 v.ho era .-.
i A u i u V
' . ; - . -1 ' '-' t zilJzy -'.'i'lbi'. l tV
t'stsi L.iir; SwecU.cart - -' Ftll-:rCcr
- f.isthcr no more pleasirs Velccllca thia-'a-.
5J-J.4A I J i..aJl.lnr Im' tv'h'I"-"''- '4f'--
. Ucrs trs Diys and "GnrLT RillO-;
kartt tzl'J zzll at end v?. ;; V;
There are LsZzt Lfrlls Fir.--r R;r. fcC
" 1 0-karat green fpld mountiri it CC3 and
ti" . t- . . j'
; ! There 'are Gent'-cmca" Riss iaboth
plain and fancy sctiirs' 10-karat gold at
&7.C3 and up. - . ' ' - . ' .
Let us show you our Zior.yX'!t;itW:
il' 11 . " "II I I ll 1 g I III II IJ..II llll .1 11 J"d ; W
SAMPLE COOK MAILED-IT.:
Wa hav no spselal aalos Tha asms low prices to svsrybody all
ths tlms. Papers tip to to por roll sold only In proportion t yard
of border at Sfto por yard witn 0 roiia or aiaswau v
I VI V.-.J hwal
' "I THI UATreT
Ibvj Yoiki Ud Pcpor Stora
1108 Texas Aventse
1113 Texas Areane
(Next to Intemrban Station) ;
The vary latest atyls In ear
Jewelry are the AMERICAN
MAID - PI3RCELKS3 EAR-
DROPS Just in from Eastern
1 markets which reflect all
tha newest Ideas In Amethyst
Pearl Jet Jade Coral; Orson
Gold etc . "
Not necessary to hare your
ears pierced to wear AMER-
ICAN MAIDS; and In addl-
j tlon they look even better
! than tha old stylo Ear Drops
v All are mounted tn 14-karat
gold' and ara moderately
afsaj -v....; m)m ;
AH the newest- Bterlirg Hvr
'Cigarette Cauaea w(U he found
her-4ngravdk engine . tamed
oomething to be proud of far
both quality ant looae anO
moderately pnoed ?.
Stkliin Silver Belt . BucMis
UlDIHa BTErXlNO SIL.
VER BELT fJCKLB8-
Lone narrow graceful -er
grayed and engine turn :
ed; very new aa to style
rery practical priced at .
11.78 each . .L ..1' .
If you prefer the same .
buckle In gold-flllad may-
be had for tie same prloe.
. GENTLEMEN'S ETICLINO SILVER BELT TJCKLES.
Bnarared and engine turned many styles to .choose
from priced at S4.C0 to 17.00. - 1
The same In solid goli may be had at 112.50 and up.'
' end Return . :
SUO : ; 75c
1 taturday and Sunday
limit Same Cay '
Lv Grand Central
' Station -.'-"
' ." S:CS a.n. -
. 1:13 p-m.
B:3' pra. -"
.. S:M p.m.
Lv. Bay Shore Park Lv Sylvan Csaeh
riTLT EXCEPT BTJKDlT
vrrtrAT ;a.d trrrriT c:xt
lias Been Extended Throu;!i This Ve.k up to
wad tocludiitsRIonaiy August H
The Olasswar sal which has been .
In nroareu for the last everai :
day will be continued throiiKti -thla
week up to and Inoluditig .-
Monday Auguat 14.
jaivery piece 01 uiassware in ine.
entire Sweeney establish
ment 1 included to this sain.- .
. This mean that you have'
1. only to walk Into the atore
iajid select th pieces yoa' "
: - desire and ask for your ils-; J
count. - .
Th opportunities to pro.'
- ' cure engraved cut and cry- .
stai giaaa i pnoea in many '
iDlicatea asaln this year. - -
Ian to 00 me early tomorrow morning and select what you want. : ""'
Airioiea wiu ne onargee or oeuverea ;
instance half the original will not be dui
?lan to 00 roe early tomon
here are no restrictions.
under the usual conditions
At 50 $ Reductionrf
rteck Cryetl Qlsea Finger
- Bowls Tal
rail Pherbet. Goblets
aa. ' Wlnss. uocauus.
etc Several patter na to chooee
Kngrvd and tut Olsss Vlne-
.;. gar Cruete Mayonnasl Bowl
with Ladle . feheruets Bud
Vases Candlesticks Candy
Jan et& . several patterns to
- choose from.
Vasee In Twe-Tene Olaee Tall
. graceful Flower Vaaea In two-
ton glass -blue and amber.
Candlsst lake In Twe-Tene
t 0 1 aee Same a above two-
tone glass . blue and amber. .
Fruit and ta'lsd Bowls Bte.
Fruit' and fcaiad Bowia Com
potes andlestlok and 8her
' bet in th beautiful Harding
&iua- two-tone whit and
' biaca. -....-'
renpers Cut 01 ass
Biiver tops various
' um4fm to
Qlsa lee Ts Straws Handy
end practical with bowls of
- 'several eoior to choose from.
Engraved snd Cut Olsee Vaee
. - U Inches b'f h formerly priced
at $70.o. how r"?
specially priced at. w- VW J
Vlneoar an Oil Srt Conitlnt
' of Vineear Cruet and Oil Bot-
. tie and three Salt and Peppers.
on' glasa tray sterling silver
mounted. Originally priced at
:M.0. Offered 1T f'l
during this sal at. I lev J
Pish Bawl On II ln-hs hlrh.
orMnally pnoed at a ") now
seiung - " ?
At 2695? Iucrionr-
Svsry piece of ENQRAVED .
CUT ETCHED AND COLORS
ED 0LA88 in the store not
Included in th 80 reduotlone
will bs .disposed ef at J0 off
regular selling prioe Including-
ICS TEA' RBTS WATER -SETS
VABfiS JEWBL CABS
OLOVK CASES 0 WD B!
BOXES PERFUME BOTTLE:...
C AND ELA BRAS. STSKWAKr.
Oo Tsas OoWeta Tumblers
rarfaJU Clarets Tan Sherbets
eta.) C BLURT DIBHT
8UOAR AND OREAMB COM-
PI8HJC8 NAPPIES VINEOAr
AND OIL BETS AND BOT-
TLES FLOWER BASKETS
CH1IIB AND CRACKEii
DISBSS CASTERS etc
' Ton ean not posinity appre-
ciate the Items tnumerate!
above nnleaa you pay the store
a personal visit There la a
wide variety her to eheost
from whether It be for a g!
or fcr1 your own personal m.
-Tea win find her many wen
known and popular patterns
that will enable yoa to fill in
- broken or missing pieces tu
your sets. -
- Remember that rou can not
Indicate a single piece of Glass
war in ths entire Bweene
stock that is not subject to the
reductions and condition c"
Up to nd including September 9
this store will close at 1 o'clock on
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