The Houston Post. (Houston, Tex.), Vol. 39, No. 230, Ed. 1 Tuesday, November 20, 1923 Page: 4 of 16
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THE HOUSTON POST: TUESDAY MORNING NOVEMBER 20 1923
READY TO PRESENT
: FARCE 'OUR WIVES'
v ? Lillian McCardell to
? 7 Take Lead in Pro-
The Mttle company under the chosen
nam 'f.f "Proscenium rir.V-rs'.' will
rive its initial program an agreeable j
tare cancn 'ur .n.-. i m- ;
South End Junior liigu auditorium
The play is from the pen ot t lyde I
Fitch a really -.umr trifle and ;
those who ar" t proem it art- well
adapted in make it a success. '
Lilian Mct'ard. '1. as leading wim
an is a-lmirabk gui')"'! '" "ink-' 1
her par! gigniri. ant. while fharlet
McRlam. as the -m:c .lewish own;
rnT' Xarrt Y-'ager 'he r-..e "'
a froni'li main
Whitehead and i
E. F. Karn as
likely t five a t-
selves The pa"
': -..-Sands are
a-.- ir. t of them- '
f ihe reporter in '
!!! of I.. Vane.
ie .vi.:ig woman
the hand' of T. M '";
the "li ihauil" ':' 'i
-Sir lV.-r Tea.-'-"
dan'cs l'orothy Tab.
Cramer as t !e - v
and K.' O.
are all e'!-
in a k- their -
tnis'ed to :l.
line m-;-1 "i
and .! W Km
nf pnii! u.trk
' - -
A toe -ii:.i-irg '-)-:re 1-y M Kl.-
nor t;:::tri-':. ari M Ma ' S:-.'..t!i'-
prewtttfent f a-. Kgyotsau dno
will toy- -" :!'- - 'f r -:V.
At Auditorium Lost
: M-l at t
: g r--.e ia-t te- :
. t a iearre.i
have !.-: -r- r
for tLe rert of
the bui'.ri.-. e
The eii'i-..r.-.:n "! wer l:se.'. a-
follows L a report to the council lrora
City Cnnt-nl.er H A t".i: Hwsto;.
pageant " Mrs Ar.r.e Cir-rendan-uer
dm t r-r..'.. li.n So its
musica -"' Hi-v.. lHj if-
cookiiie - -' 1 Mary l'a--oti r-
eital. A : '..to' i-l.il fh.l'.:i-L.
MRS. LULA BURDEN.
Mrs. I.u.a It-irde:.. .Vi. died at
p. ni. M
She is sir. b h-r has'ian.I. 1.
Burden. F-.!-ra rvi.-e will b he'.!
at 3 p n-. -. 'a;- a; 'he oh-.pel "f t;.-
Sid "e--:.:;.r Indertiii:p to
Burial wili ! .:. F.vergn-en ceti.ftery.
Fred Saa.r. re-nlent -f Hm-
ton for 1" v. ars. d:-i at 5:."i a r.i.
Monday at 1 - rse. 41." R-ik avenue .
He is sun !.: by o-e -on. Fri Jr.:
three dan.:.-ers. Mrs. s.-h ister. Mr-.
J. E. Cart'-r and Mrs. l.ua Bixwn.
and 10 prai.do: :'.drn. Funeral ser-
Ticea will he he.j ." p. m t"day at
the chapel of !.- Ho':'nn Vnuertak
ing Co. Burial will be in Washington
GEORGE W. DEIDERICH.
Georpe W. I "eidf -.eh. 3.". die! at 2
a. ra. Mondiy at K! I'aso. Tevns. He
is numveil by his rr."her. Mr. ;rfe
Peiderieu. of Ho is-oc: three brothers.
Walter of Sat; Ai tonio. Ixois of
Orleans and Ar.dv of Madison. Ind. :
three i:er. Mr. J.bn Mel.elland of
Houetor. Mr- It V. H I' Mattl.ews
of Pallas and Mr.. Fred Web-ur of
San Antonio F-:r.er! arranpement.
will be anno-irioe.) "later by th Fop
West I'ndertakl-e Co.
MRS. HATTIE AINSWORTH.
Mrs. Hatt: A-nsworth. 'U. of
8111-2 San Ja-ir.t .-ret. d.-d at
9:50 p. rr. Monday at a lo.-al .a:.i
tarium. She .. -i.rvived hr her hiis-
band. Ton: A.rw--r-h. F'lneral ar-
rajnpetr.ent. w'lJ :e nr.- ;r.eei later
by the Sid WslelxT I : 'ertak::.?
MISS LAURA HELEN CASTENS.
HebD ( a--ton
day. we )
the b"ii e
it ..f H...L-
.v-r :: an;
M -'-dav at
- 'tn- :
!i ir.al o a.
ti. Keil. -.
T. J. :
is surv.v -
ton of H-
-ff bro'r .:.
Ma.-on n -y
u A-.. .f
t.e; :. v
: d I'r. Jot
i. :.'-arers were Y
A. Adauisor.. M
Graves. T: eu
and 1C II
1'reyiiDg. A. K
v if Funeral sen (-t for James L 'tie-
ton. 53. who .ej at 1 a. m. Ma-
' day will be i A at 3 p. m. todav at
the home. s... Kat Tfi".--'jo
street. Rev J. H. Lawu.r. w-.";i of:i
' ' cute. Bj-ia: will be in II ivi !
rrujtrirry UIJ';er tne airem!; it t:.e
iCngie-ft I'li.iertakit.p Co. Mr. I
tleton is surv.ted bv L- f... f.. r
( " mi J. M. J K.. A. H ai d C F
.. i three daup! ter. M' C A Me.. r-.
V Mia loi e and M ' I..'t.;..
-. "- all of Hou-toii: two b.-.thr W. W
r of Houston a:.; S. V ..f Si'i'a Ai.ri.
" ; and one si-ter. Mrs. J. M W.u'ju.'u i.f
; PAUL ARLINGTON LUKE.
- Funeral ser . for I'aal Arlington
f Lake. H. who d.-d Sunday were held
t 2:30 p. m Mot.dav lit the chapel;
of the Setti gast Kopf ( . Ui'.d-rtak-.
" arm. Bev A. J lian a eff.e at uud
burial was in Etergreeu lemotcry.
. ' j
" WILLIAM A VEGUIRE.
. V -1-:. '
Tbe body of William A. JLjciiire.
. v.'in 79 who di"d early M 'lidar. will be
vi. f forwarded todsv t.y the Sid HVt-1
v.- ' beiiner I'nderiakinz f nui-ant -o itr-n-
ham for burial. The deceased is sur-
rhred by a mere of !innhani.
W P. ZARR.
Fuperal services for W. P. 7.arr.
6T who aied Sunday were hel l at 10
a. Bk. Mondev at the chapel of Earth.
'. man Jc McCarty. funeral directors
BT. J. Isaac officiated. Burial wa.
Jl Magnolia cemetery.
Boyle & Pendarris
llarth Washington Candy
Day - Night Ptwnaa
arta iiaa . Hadtsy US1-M47
Has Leading Role
DELAY IN PAYING
o.i V Ma:
of streets leadinp to the
aiorg the Ship Channel.
-I.esier will be d'-layed fur-
as o an:
I M vi'.ay. when
vel a letter from
; .Tt d reot.ir.
erred to the Har-
l h A o ty
i-r a ri
r (":';- ("i':r..-
A'i.;:: n-o r.j.: !. i
take a't.i: 1 Lei;
rtustn.il a ;va:.tae
tr-e:s i:i o.Me-;'in
I'i a: f- : !::' -.
that the '..ulo:1
promote the :n-
if the port. The
lead to the Sli p
-y. but are oii'sMe
while part of ttje m-
e i are o-i citv prop-
:.es have reen work-
e .':: y 'n:'
i1.'i-;f'- : :n
an ett..rt to in-
::-.! - "f the eity oillDcil to
;':- :!.' -rerf'ts. The ooiiDi-il
.ni" referred 'he matter to
:.i e..r J r. M.-Vea. Mr. Mo-r-o.
r-'...rte.i t the cou-.cil
t to ibiinn-.e that tne treetB
I are ojluie of the city l:m.t.
American Express Will
Send U.S. Money Abroad
The Amer.ean Railway Fxpres?
eouij any r.n e.-trpieted arrangeoionts
for n.akii ; "dollar remittan es ' to
! Furor eac
-s. where currencies
hiive .uft'er-a -erious depreciation. W.
.1 Co-r-il. perioral a?ent ot the
Honsto:-. oth'e. ani.oiinced Monday.
' Thi. service w.ll be conf.ned ex-el-;-.
ve'y to fre pn money orders"
Mr. l otterel! an:: omooi" anil such
order. w:i; !e i---iej in I nited States
rioars. in u. :! of $5 only. Ke-
nrl'taLoes ar- ;.:n:'ed to JltNl to one
ii. l.vid ia! at eny e time."
Ti.e rate caarr.ej fr trnnsitiission
of money to A istria-Hunsrary and
Uennai.y is 3 per cent uf the amount
ordered: to Ijitvia and IV.itfid. 4 per
eut: soviet Russia n per cent and
.M'.sow a:.d 1'etrograd 0 per cent. A
n.iDim'-rr. cliarpe of l.."itt is made for
a!! i-eju' r.e en--;.t Kussia whil $-
is the ni . 'titn nn harpe f r seni:ng
uioi.ey to K-.-ia.
Real Estate Transfers
J Albertmn. iott
. Lenlra 1 i i 1 1
I 3 .9 V)
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o .; I .oi 444.
lO Mi. Ill
t 3. 4 V
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r.nr lo-'-t'oo .
no rr H J
- 1 n tet nlori
comi'inr to C.
.I! tiork US.
tt IKl :ii
r-..- . fa-. nj OtVjB ...
H M 'hi:'. i r. .1 VTn-M. lot
t-:.-k M Wi..n'i SDbdlrliloo ox
M "ili-rKeter u-Tr
W. J Alltu to P Mrr. 441100
ot : h ock 21 Stte(iit
& '': I Mtl'iQ
M P. ' .1. -t t3 P r ITall lot 5. block
: Merkl T.irt iiMitloa
I- 'i M-lr-oi to T E Jnhnmn lot
1 : -t is. r.iw-oo'i id iot-m.
T F J. r.nfoa -i) M r. ilimei. lot
' ';- i. X. f'iitwood 'V! tSon . .
E. i'i Mr:ir! r. lUrrr Sanm. 1-t
o ' -- k '1 W .lioii i S. D.. H.
T ' !'-.'- -.t I'-.t-'rfili lot 5.
' - '. - r A. T'.ar-. H'i-io .
r '! 1 r V S. !.. -I lot
i' r- A T i" Minna
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- . ! .-..- A Tl-ir-. i t rum .
" - P . '. I ' lute: Iff. lot 7.
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r i"i. inti
Tirk we (lite.-
it -ee- .si.w
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K. P ll'ir.'.len-
K- Tlw '. II
Ivili F. Hirrr-
I l"t A. blu-k 2. I.
H r- I B1r:.l
I Hiriri. ilil-
mi riroi.i i o n. ji. rnci lox
tlai k Vi Hin-liNu-r nimilt .
Iy-ill Freflnun to I Frewd-nan lot
1. olwk 2. Pair Gronaili Eiteailoa
Ftliel Mi t tAt w P for
l-tl 422. 423. TotUje 'Irr.r tl.
I it ...
J'eob WoiiMn Ro'rt i W'lgnrr.
i.."ii. sy). (Vitus' irr id !1
I II Ii Oohlnun Jr to O S Huffmin
i irt ..f l..ti 11. 12. bloek 3. Un-i-n.ter
P!r i.l.lltloo . ..
O M cner fo o a. a'lfr. 1 tt
Ce. it .: --k 27 Mmitou ll-lil-.t
V A 1 n in U K Sli-li;-. ;(
( s I. '. k 1 rtKrn.D t.lttiea
. l ie 1. l.i(t:aJi. t(iiiirer coiupta.T to II
1 SOU I
V ni l. vtn .f bio- k 22. Qixm
Alfred Mmumi t Hennas Hale Ijimbr 1
ronKvn-. letii ll 7. block 22. Cn-
tnil Pine dllll. i.ooo
A H. WlDen U Utt Cook lU 574. j
m ta. tea. cuxuc om isdi-
v0k .. ..
AT RECORD LEVEL
Crosalnf of thi S3-cent mirk by
middling cotton at New York an ad-
vance of $3 a bale in the Houston
market to 34 cent for the basic grade.
and attainment of the latter figure
at Galveston featured the establish
ment of new high prices iu the Ameri-
can cotton markets Monday.
The Pecetnber future at ew lork
reached a new high at 34.75 cents
while March was the strongest posi-
tion at New Orleans that delivery
trading up to 33.44 cents buying in
both markets being influenced by re-
ports from ParU that the English
and French differences concerning
the handling of the (Jerman situation
had been composed.
Early in the day futures were lower
owing to the uncertainty of the gen-
eral European outlook but consider
able trade buying at the decline was
followed by a broadeuing general de-
maud after advices were received
claiming thet the ambassadors' coun-
cil in I'aris had reached a compro
The widespread interest taken in
the foreign situation Monday was in
dicated by the fact hat practically
every one ot the . or more private
telegrams received by local brokers
coutained some reference to the I'aris
u.eeting of the allied representatives.
Futures topped their high records of
last week by only a few points but
the rise in the Houston spot market
to 34 cents for middling represented
an advance of 60 cents irom the pre-
vious best price of the season. 33. 40
cents at which level the market here
Arabia temple in its last initiation
nf the year led a class of 38 eandi-
l.ues over the hot sands at 8 t. m.
Tuesday honoring Potentate C. Ed
Settegast. who retires next month.
losing one of the most successful I
years in the temple's history. A most
enthusiastic crowd witnessed the cere- I
tunny. In October a class nf -V2 was
initiated out of a total of "30 who;
had been accepted. Tuesday night's j
ereuior.y took iu those who had been
nable to attend in October with a I
The addition of this class brings
the membership of Arabia temple to
3"!tl. after only fevea years of ac-
tivity. Those initiated Tuesday night were:
R. (. Abernathy of Palestine. P. Ago-
pian of Brookshire. A. L. Adams of
Jasper. C. L. Butler of Palestine C. (
K. C'rooke of Conroe. William A. j
Dallas of Eaele Lake. W. A. Drake'
of Beaumont. W. C. Fnnlks of Bay 1
City. C. F. Ellis of Sweeney James j
Iee of Huntsville. J. B. Cibsoni
of Trinity. George H. Henderson of'
Keltv I.ufh'r H. Ilenslee of Jasper j
H. F. I.anier of Jasper H. S. Macon)
f Pa'e.tine. C. C. Moore and Jeff V 1
Matthews of Harrisburg. S. S. Manry 1
of Trinity. James F. Odom of Hunts-1
ville G. W Springer of Beaumont.
Mose Sumner of Brookshire J. B.
Smith of Eagle I.ak. S. F. Vann of
Trinity. Mai Wander of Brookshire.
and HarrT L. Bucher deorge S. Bruce
Jr.. N. J. Curtis. S. C. Craig. W. A.
Cathev B. F. Hvde. W. S. Hughes
Frank I. Jeffrey W. H. Lundberg. D
M. McEachern George E. Smith. U
E. Sutton. E. L. West and Chark-s
. Williams of Houston.
Council Approves Deals
On Three City 1 racts
Deeds were accepted by the city
council Monday for the following prop-
ty: Tract costing JKaJO near Sa
bine street bridge from A. (. . an
Velier; tract costing $7o0 to open
Fairview avenue from Don Adams:
tract costing 13.0 on Wondson place
from J. S. Roberts.
Suits Filed for District Courts.
(O M D'H'los. .Utrt-t clerk
W T rT.i :n R. Birton t
l on f-oLtri t S ity f'rt .
Sftit HlfutrA 'jilbejrt Rlcturdi.
al. yn. .i.t.r tFi.t.r-'iftli'.
fc.lua Hoimnn v Mill Himia. airorre
Mm ?'t H. CnlM m. Mntual Bnflt Llf
In mi no i-omrmny. mit on iwhkt irn-Tf-ntQi.
ln:irD' -ompaDT. deht Fiftj-ftftht.
N(tie M rj ti. Tuuioi.e urnj. dl-
Tor- ilit firif
K A Taomn ra J. c. ITiomai aiTor-
R K. Amonetit ti. Mn Mlonltj AmoaFtt.
I.irf SmUi ti. C. J. SmltK diTorce
Hr Soanlar t. Tn4 Spaolar. diTorrt
AIkiH Frrv-U t Egsd Frnfl tt J
d: wur- a ml injuo-tlfD ' Micfct ith '.
Jla'TrT Uaicy Marti Matty rtlrotr
Htif of Texas t W. P. KtDworttay taxee
Stir of TfiM ra. HoQjton Land rorpora-
tloo iSiitT flntj.
Amoiicaa Maid ncmr Mill- re J. B Jota-
er et aL debt aod forecloaure (Elcbtietc).
Suits Filed for Coanty Courts.
(Albert Ttowiiaend. e)Tk
Artfln Studio ti. Hook'i G arm re aid H.
C. Hook. mt on not (No. K
Robert C. Hawaii Ta. Continental Cta
oaltr compaaj. appealed hj dcfe-Ddaat from
Junttre Willnmt court -No- 2
Gulf aenoinf coo pa a tb. NeU WaJberf.
not ('. 1.
Old Doonlnkw Peennt corpora t1m Tt.
nirarh B'o apoealrd b dreadant from
Juatle WllUamt1 court 'o. 2).
Armor Anto Co t. C. N. Kite be flabt
and fore-loairt (No. 1).
(Chretrr tl Brran. twlf
Ftate of Fitrjal iiJDM. daaH. appU-
ra t ion of Flore" Taylor to pivt.at will.
Ratat of E. E. Sand a. dereaal. applica-
tion of laatMtl 5and to probata will
Ketate of T. J. f'nnina ile-Mil. anniir-a-tloa
of A. R. HamMcc to probt al.l.
Fitat of W. J MnrrsT. dfea!. appll
rat on of Henrietta Moiray for admlolatra-
tloa. Eleventh District Court
(Charles E. Aab. Judajet
ro1nn Bonart Ta. Tnu National Oil
aeeoclatloo et al. on trial.
Flfty-flfth District Court.
'Fwtnr Boyd. tur.
W W. Tn'keT Ta. International Ort
Northern Railroad company oo trial.
Slxtv-Hrst District Court.
'Walter Montleth. tndfet
W Vf. Berrvft Tt. Marrarette Barrett turr
wiUtd by ajtreemeBt dUore rraoted aa pe-
William S. TWlar tb. Teiaa Fknnlnrra"
Inroranr a nctattoa. judtrmetit for plaintiff
u 'r lrre.
M'. Blanche Wlrrine t. Trot Wlnrlne
dlTw tranted. coatod of minor cblld
Eightletl DMrlet Co.rt
(1. D. Harrey. jodcet
TWofhy Oaplan vp. Ban B-unola et al. th1
cau a pTWIldarM wtth an No. 10492.
I 'bby CapLaa ra. Ba Suabola et al. on
Caa not be cored by glass of
watea bat will disappear under
the healing aod aoothinf affect of
Ersjry umt U ttUmA
Harlburt-Stlll Elaetrlo Co.
10 a. in. Official U. 8. weather
5 :S0 p. m. Latest weather bul-
letins; highway bulletina and
market from tha Evening
8:00 p. m. Artists' program
featuring exclusively the pu-
pils of Mrs. John Wesley
Orabam being the second of
the series of radio recitals to
be given during the winter
under her direction. Kecauae
of the sise of Mrs. Graham's
clat-3 in voice and piano only
a limited number can be pre-
sented in. each of the series
1 Mezio soprano "Elegie"
Mrs. Mary Lee Hawks.
2 Soprano "Love Time"...
Sliss Annie Lee Uoyle.
J Contralto "A Dream" .
Miss Maybelle Alexander.
4 Soprano "A Kisa in the
Miss Florence Coons
T Thiet ''Awake Dearest
Misses Aileen Pearce and
fi Soprano "Vale".. . Russell
Miss Melha Ashburger.
7 Soprano "Mother Ma-
chree" Miss Carrie Scott.
8 Tenor "Brown October
Ale" from Kobin Hood. . . .
I Soprano - Carry Me Back
to Old Virginny"
Miss Aileen Ponton.
10 Soprano "Ah! fors'e lni"
from La Trsviata Verdi
Mrs. V.. O. Wesels.
II Whistling Specialty Se-
lected By Hugh Brown
12 Soprano "Just for To-
Mis Ilo Oordon.
13 Duet "Mellow Moon"..
Misses Florence and Wieille
14 Contralto (a) "Mr Dear"
(b) ' Nellie Cray" Hanby
Misg Rubye Jones.
15 Violin fa) "Spanish
(hi "Ave Maria" Schubert
Charles MacBlain. soloist
Be-iard Cherrv. accompanist
lfi .-Soprano "In the Time
Mrs. J. II Roberts.
17 Sonrnrt "I.ove Send a
Little Gift of Roses"
Mrs. A. J. Bantfi
1 Tenor "Roes of Picar-
dy" Srrd Durrant
10 -Soprano "That's n"hy
You Make M Crv".Therrier.
Miss Fmllv Thn:s.
of Soprano "Ships That
Never Come r"
Mrs. C. Collier Mize of Smith-
CI Soprano "The Hand of
Miss Bess Rutherford.
22 Contralto fa i "Some-wher-
a Vo:o I Calling"
bl "Hav-nlian Me'"ilies". .
Mrs. Rov Ar'orbnry.
23 Piaoo Tslo I 'Ai"onr".
Mi-' Blancho B itler
24 Soo-nno "Chansoro Pro-ve"c-'"
Miss Alice Rejisdornh.
Co Sonrano -The Old Gang
Miss Helen Ivchart.
26 Poro-.ino "Venetian Sere-
cade" Mrs. Dai F. Vicker.
27 Soprano "Swnnee River"
Mrs. P Harver.
CS Soprano -Tomilar Aim"
Miss Fern Fichter of
2f Ponrano "Hold Thoo My
Miss Tsobel Konnel.
30 Cortralto "FTatflrera"
from Carmen Biiet
Mrs F. J. Fb'-.
31 Merji.i Soprano "Mr
Heart at Thv Sweet VojiV
from Samson and Delilah. ..
Miss Fsfh-r D'drin.
3C-Sonra.no "Angels Sere-
nade" Miss Fer" Richter
33 Sonrano "Rose of My
Miss Viola Starker
34 Teor "The Wo-M
Wrti'inr for tt-e Sunrise"
oi ID J" '1 boulevard and M.-Kinnev avenue a.--OChOOl
DOard tO LXnSlder n-nnling to a city ordinance approved
Resignation of Kurth
The school board will meet either
Saturday afternoon or Monday. C. II.
Hurlock. president announced Mon-
day. Mr. Hurlock expects to call the
special session to decide upon accept-
ance or rejection of the resignation
of M. ('. Kurth as attorney for the
board. Mr. Kurth resigned after rend
ing oi tne remaps mane oy tnree
members of the board with reference
to his failure to attend meetings and
in regard to his delay in settlement
with city officials of the sinking fund
SAY "BAYER" when you buy-$0fluine
Proved safe by millions and prescribed by physicians for
Colds Headache Neuralgia Lumbago
Pain Toothache Neuritis Rheumatism
J s JJA1 P yAcceP onlY "Bayer" package
tePfhvUrr which contains proven directions.
. JV' Handy "Bayer" boies of 12 tablets
jaw Also bottles of 24 and 100 DruggiiU.
AtrlB to the trmd nait ot B7r ktuoraetan ot lIoBoseaUcadaMter -at BallcyUcacld
A-B (!a Itange Uargalna every day
during November. Prlcea $16.00 up;
terme aa low as I J 00 with order
Hoiir.OB Gn 4 Fail Cmptoy
'Always at Veur aervtca"
Tht olty eeuaoll I axpactei to act
Wednesday on a proposal to open a
negro addition across the street from
the Bowie school. Tha tract Is owned
by Mrs. H. U Mitchell At the Mon-
day council meeting action was de-
ferred pending return of City Attor-
ney Sewall Myer who will bo asked
today to pass on the legality of the
matter. On account of the proximity
of the school to the property oppo
rition has arisen as to advisability of
allowing negro residences to be built
on the property.
Acting on erders from the post
office department. Postmaster Koy. B.
Nichols Monday issued orders to the
Houston employes not to accept mail
destined for foreign countries in cases
where Christmas seals have been
placed on the side bearing the ad-
dress. The order does not prohibit
the placing of seals on the reverse
side Mr. Nichols explained and does
not apply to mail to points in the
Nearly 100 residents of the Hyde
Park neighborhood signed a petition
presented to It. B. Cousins superin-
tendent of schools Monday asking
that a kindergarten be established in
the school to be constructed on the
Cberryhurst site. Plans for the
school which will be one of the larg
est in Houston are now being made.
But one unit will be built at once it
being a permaneut type structure.
The ordlnaace prohibiting dairies
with more than two cows passed its
third reading in the city council Mon-
day. The measure will take effect
Myrtle streot property vacated by
the city across the Missouri-Kansas-1'exas
railroad right of way near the
Crockett street bridge will be traded
to the railroad company for other
property the city council decided
Mayor Oscar Holcombe was author-
ized by the city council Monday to
sign a contract between the Harris
county navigation district the city
and the Southern Stevedoring asso-
ciation The city's part in the con-
tract in merely a legal formality it
was explained the contract having
k.a. uifrnnrl Kv tllA nlhur tvl'ii nnrtis
Not a witness appeared when the
city council opened hearings on spe-
i cial benents ot tne .Manama avenue.
Keisner street aod Bissonctte street
paving projects Monday. The hear-
ings were continued to next Moi.riay
to conform with city ordinances.
Mayor Oscar Holcombe and the city
secretary were authorized by the c.ty
council Mouday to draw up the quit
claim deed turning the Rusk Settle-
ment house property over to the
school board. The council ihc-ded to
turn the property over a week s;o.
but the papers have not yet been pre-
pared. Farmers of Oregon produced C.".-
(Nmi.IXm) bushels of whent this year
aecording to F. I. Kent statist c-an
of the Mountain State who visited
!tbe office of H H. Sclintz. Houston
j i statisfcian fur the federal department
? I of agriculture. Monday morning. Mr
J : Kent left Houston for El Paso.
The McAshan Methodist church.
( 1 corner Sampson and Canal streets
j v ill have a chili supper. Tuesday even-
i ing: home made pies cakes end cof-
);fee will al-o be served beginning at
i ; o o'clock and lasting until (I o'clock.
! .. ... .... j .
II is ioo iflie ior a cairn aim
selection when Fate wtys "You s!r.!i!"
Purchase jour lot in Forest Park
Cemetery today -Adv.
j City Engineer J. C. McVea obtained
: approval of the city council on an ap-
1 propriation of $o."0 from the general
1 fund to his department Monday for
construction of a culvert at Itjivou and
i Ui'-hmond streets. The council pu-sod
j mi ordinunce to that effect.
Sidewalks will be built on both side-
1 of Ihimhle Mrect between Harrisburg
by tbe city council Monday.
Frank Gray Landrum Jr. of Okla-
visiiiug his aunt. Mi-
Moffitt istreet and AI-
At the annual election of officers
of Hayou City lodge No. W. Brother
hooil f lUilwar Trainmen .at tr
hn1 . I.raine and Mardv street s M
I v nj.ti tnP fnllo ing were electe
fr the en-uing year: I. A. Weis
j .resident : T. A. Ferguson vice pre
dent and H. I.. Mauzy. secretarv an
and Blood Diseases
216-217 West Budding
Completes 4 Years
at Woodland Church
flEV. S. W. THOMAS.
FOR MEETING AT
Methodist Ministers From
Southeast Texas Ready
For Annual Conference
When Rev. S. W. Thomas pastor
of Wooliand Iljughts Methodist
liurch. loaves for the Methodist con-
ference at Cameron this morniiig he
will have completed nine years of
pastoral service in this city. Among
the present Methodist pastors he is
tne only one who has been here as
long as four years.
The last four years of his ministry
have been spent at the Woodland
church where he has led the church
in steady progress. During the past
year he has received 123 new mem-
bers mto the churrh and during the
four years a total of 3.V. For all pur-
poses during the onadroimiuni he has
rais-'d $3l.20n. The indebtedness on
the church property has been lifted
an Epworth losipie hut built and fur-
nislieil; the membership of the Sunday
M-lm 1 ami Women's Missionary socie-
ty luive been doubled.
Having i-onipleteil four years at this
'l.uiih. lie will be assigned to anoth;-.
.-large by the bishop at the Citmeoi
-onf. rer.ee. Previously he had servo-' 1
MiKee Street church two enr:; and;
Washington Avenue church thrci j
All the Methodist pastors of llous
ton and many from this section ol
t'' State will leave on the Santa Fc
irnin this morning for faruerui.. i
EM-WORTH IS GRATEFUL
FOR RELIEF OBTAINED
Declares That Dr. Thach-i
er's Liver and Blood
v Syrup Relieved Him of
a Long-Standing Casej
If anvbodv hereabouts has felt nnv
! doubts as to the efficacy of Ir.
Thin-her's I.iver und lilood Syrup in
the successful trea'inent of disorders
of the liver and siomach. they should
long ago have been reHsured by the
many who have uMicMtaiitigly come
I forward w.th expressions of grali'ude
ti-r the neneiits tiity iiave received
ttirongh its use.
to live without it
Uitioii National Bank
THE BANK WITH THE CHIMES CLOCK
GAS TAX HONEY
IS ORDERED USED
Associated Press Reporfc
ITtsiTIV T.. Mm 10AnnrOT.
lmately 1300.000 paid under protest
unuer toe oiq law proviumg a ouc-rad
tax on every gallon of gasoline sold
and which mono? has becu held In
escrow by Lon A. Smith State comp-
troller pending determination of
litigation involving" the validity of the
law will be deposited in one of the
Austin banks to the credit 01 tne comp-
troller following advices from the at-
lArnov vnnaral'ii rlenflrtment. that the
comptroller use his own judgment as
to tne disposition or tne money.
ACTRESS TELLS SECRET
Tells How to Darken Gray Hair With
a Home-Mads Mixture.
Joicey Williams the well known
American actress recently made the
following statement about graythair
and how to darken it with a home-
"Anyone can prepare a simple mix-
ture at home that will gradually
darken gray streaked or faded hair
and make it soft and glossy. To a
half-pint of water add 1 ounce of bay
rum a small box of Bar bo Compound
and 1-4 ounce of glycerine.
"These ingredients can be bought at
any drug store at very little cost. Ap-
ply to the hnir twice a week until the
desired shade is obtained. This will
make a gray haired person look
twenty years younger. It does not
color the scalp is not sticky or greasy
and does not nib off." Adv.
A Good Thing-. DON'T MISS IT.
Send yonr name and add rose plaint
written together with 5 cents (and this
lip) to Chamberlain Medicine Co De
Moines Iowa and receive In return a
trial package containing Chamberlain's
Cough Remedy for coughs colds croup
bronchial "flu" and whooping coughs
and tickling throat: Chamberlain's Stom-
ach and Liver Tablets for stomach trou-
bles indigestion gassy pains that crowd
the heart biliousness and constipation;
Chamberlain's Salve needed in every
family for bums scalds wounds piles
and skin affections; these valued family
Mdicises for only 5 cants. Don't mia il
Comfort Your Skin
With Cuticura Soap
and Fragrant Talcum
Smb. Omtanant. Til-nm. a. icubin Bmlfl
tiw of OaOatrt UUiwrm PH X.MiH Him.
R. F. Pilworth. Route 1 Kienzi
Miss. is imp of those who thus en-
dorses this well known preparation
whi.-h has earned its enviable repu
taliou by a 'Tviv of many years in
relieving sntferii'.g humanity. SaJ..s
"After suffering from Iniligestior
for over a year I took one bottle of
Ir. Thai her Liver and Hlood Syrup
and it helped me wonderfully. After
using scleral hortles I am entirely
well of this trouble."
I'r. Thacher's Liver and Blood
Syrup is sold iu Houston by the Court
House Pharmacy No. 1. Congress and
Fannin: Court House Pharmacy No. ".
McKinney and Crawford and Travis
Strict Pharmacy. VHi Trans street
ami if the first bottle does not benefit
j "ii the money will be refunded.
V. S. GoirmfMni
Dodge-Ford street was changed td
Mandell street between Fairview ave-
nue and Westheimer road by the city
council Monday The action was
taken noon recommendation of . the
city engineer on account of Mandell
street being a continuation of the
same thoroughfare. . ' : '
Human hands may be bo sg
cleverly trained as to cut
and polish a piece of glass
which at a glance has the S3 .
appearance of a diamond sss
but It isn't 53'
A master tailor can de 5s r'
sign and tailor ordinary S V.
fabric Into a suit of 53 :
clothes buit it isn't neces- 53
sarlly a fine suit 53 -
It takes 100 per cent SS
woolen fabric coupled 53
with style and fine tailor- 53
work to make the quality
I ShotweluS i
to attract must
BEAUTY Is the magnet which
draws all eyes and back of
beauty Health working silently.
Red Mood tingling through tha
reins; the glow of youth in the
cheeks; the sprin? ot eager
cess of vira of vitality in tha
walk; the ever gracofal air un-
restrained by care or worry. All
the charms of beauty. All the
works of health.
Men are fascinated by tha -charms
of beauty. Women gasa
with envy secretly jealous per-
! naps wondering hoping praying
I for that attractiveness that ia not
Tut why the wondering he S
hoping the praying for that .
craved-for attractiveness that '
Leauty. Cuod looks is the barome-
ter of one's condition. Good health '
radiates beauty. S. S. S. purifiaa
the blood creates new red blood -cells
rbls the system of Impuri-
ties which make beauty and at-
tractiveness impossible. As worn- t-
en to attract must radiate health
so must they keep their systema
iree irom impurities and their rod
Mood cells ever increasing. S. 6. S.
j dors both.
S. S. S.. since 1S26. has been rid-
ding the system of impurities ;
rimplt-s blackheads boils eciama .
and rheumatism b u 1 1 d i n rad' '
blood cells aiding women to be ate .
tractive by radiating health.
1 S. S. S. Is made of carefully aa-
jBtieu nerrjs ana Darks sclentlflo-
ally prepared and proportionad.
Mi good drug storea carry 8. 8. 8.
it is more economical to "
purchase the large size bot- v
CCak You Feci
jke Yourself Again
If You Need a Medicine
i You Should Have the Best
Have you ever stopped to reason
iiy it is that ao many products that.
are extensively advertised all at one .
drop out of night and are aooa forgot- ' r
ten? The reason is plain ths arttcla .
! (iiil not fulfill the promises of the man-
ufacturer. Tliia applies mors partic- ;
ularly to a medicine. A medicinal A
! preparation that has real curative
value almost sella itself as like IB
; i-tullesa i-bain ayntem the remedy "ta . -4
i-ocommemied by those who have been
benefited to those who are in need.
; of it.
A prominent druggist says "Takt ' t-..
! for example Dr. Kilmer's Swamp- J
Koot a preparation 1 have sold for ';
many years and never hesitats to roc- -;
oinmeud for in almost every eas It
shows excellent results as many of V;
our customers testify. No other kid
uey remedy baa so large a sale." ;
According to sworn statements ani '
verified testimony of thousands who' .
have naetl the preparation the sac-
ceas of Dr. Kilmer s Swamp-Root ia ; '
due to the fact ao many people claim- i
tha; it fulfills almost every wlah in ' .
I overcoming kidney liver and bladder
ailments corrects urinary troubles
ind neutralizes the uric acid Which
en uses rheumatism.
You may receive a sample bottle' of
: tiwamn-Koot by Tarcel Post. . Address-.
I I )r. Ivilmar A Co.. Rinvhamtnn M w
and enclose ten centst also mentioa
this paper. lirga aad asaalasi aha
bottles for tala a al 4n atore!
Adv. a-1 ....:
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