The Houston Post. (Houston, Tex.), Vol. 39, No. 230, Ed. 1 Tuesday, November 20, 1923 Page: 5 of 16
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THE . HOUSTON POST: TUESDAY MORNING NOVEMBER '20 1923
D. S. SOLONS SPEAK
J AT INTRACOASTAL
(Continued from Page 1)
fcrant'irom General George W. Goe-
tbali lUtinr thnt ha believes 5.000.-
' OOO tons of goods annually would
move tnrough the canal brought ap-
lilause. General Goethala' report will
m uted as a brief by the association
"wbtn it present its appeal for the
;lOOUU.mK) wnterwa? to congress.
The report will be completed in a
- The report of Roy Miller active
Ylce president was mado at the niorn-
lng session. He referred to the load
the. railroads are carrying stating
that a transportation paralysis threat-
' He gave inteesting dta con
cerning the work which tne associa-
tes has accomplished this year.
The report of (J. .1. Palmer treas-
. - Urer was read Mr. l'ulmer being ab-
aent. About $:H.0O0 has been ex-
t pended duriig the year it stated. An
d auditing committee composed of H.
' H. Harvey. W. E. Lee and D. W.
Michaux was chosen.
H. A. Halvertou. mayor pro tern
made the opening address. JDr. Wil-
liam States Jacobs delivered the in-
vocation and Judge J. (. Medlenku
of Crowley. La. the response. Mr.
Holland mude a brief address.
The nominations committee chosen
Monday includes Kmc F. Oleic. New
. Orleans chairman W. A. Oberschmidt
New Orleans; 0. W. Lyman Crowley;
. Arthur W. Van I'elt. Hounia; I). L.
Mcl'herson Abbeville; Kd Iji Salle
New Iberia: W. E. McNabb Ujy City:
H. K. Sutherland Corpus Christi'
Muuger T. Uall Tort Arthur; K. O
. Kamiu Galveston John H. tihary.
The resolutions committee numbers-
J. 8. t'ullinan. Houston cbairmau: A
M. Lockett New Orleans; J. (J. .Med-
lenka Crowley; A. V. Smith. Lock
port; H. H. Harvey New Orleans;
John V. Gaines San Antonio; Jrlurry
A. Black GaUfSton; James W. Sart-
wellc l'alucios; I). It. I.ocher Corpus
Christ!; David M. l'icton Jr. Hous-
ton; II. F. Clerc Now Orleans.
The convention will be called to or-
der at 0 a. m. today. An open forum.
In which all delegates will be given
an opportunity to speak will be held.
Reports from the nominalions aim
.recommendations will be heard and
acted on and an attempt will be made
to complete all uufiui.skel business by-
noon. A trip down the ship channel will
be made this afternoon. Delegates
will leave for their homes tonight.
Deh'gates and representatives who
Texas James Alberts Orange: B
C. Alliu. Houston; K. C. Baker. Mata-
gorda: Manger T. liall. l'ort Arthur;
Charles Biesrl (iuif; Harry A. Black
Galveston; U. F. Hraeht. Itookport:
H. H. Brown tiulf : II. B. Browne.
Galveston: A. I.. Burge Tort Arthur.
E. A. Bynuni Texas City: D. S. Cage
Houston; Y. C. Carpenter. Rnv City:
A. E. Clark. Houston: Hatnp Cook
Houston; John M. Cm-bull. Bay City:
Carlton Crawford l'alacios; J. S
Cullinan. Houston; Ci. H. Culver. Mat-
agorda: Robert J. Cummins. Ilou'on;
L. R. Daniel. M.-Alleu; K. v. T. Arli-
Davis l'ort Arihur; James K. Day.
Port Arthur: F. I". Dodge. Port Ar-
thur;T. J. Donogliue. Houston; James
H. Dore Houston; Mike C. Klhott
Orange: (. A. l.rnUson. Hay I ity:
W. S. Parish. Houston: K. I. Fa ires
Edna: Otto Kirk Victoria; ('. K. Fish-
er Port Lavaca; W. 10. Franz. Victo-
ria; John V. Uaines. Man Antonio:
' John N. Warner. ImiMc; G. F. Gijes-
pie l'alaiios; A. G. (iridium. Julifi: W
A. (riant Houston: Ben M (int'l'i'li
Magnet: H. V. iimler. Orange. E. N
Gustafson. Bay Ciu: .l.di a llai na
Galveston: J. A. Iliurcll. Bi-'.op: .1
E. Huyncs. Mercedes; O. K. Iluie
Mercedes; .. I.. U'.ie. (;..-.. Creek.
C. S. E. Midland. Iloiit..n W. S.
man. B.iv i'i;v; .lui.-is I'. Ilomtoun.
Houston: II. A. Ilalvert.in. l!i.astii
Kev. V. S .la-nos. HouyToii: W. I
Johnson. Gulf; WiiUt JoiKori. (oilf.
E. O. Knmin Ga'veslon; A. V.. Kies
ling Houston: Gus I. Kmvalski
Kiugsviile: John W. I.awson. Hoiisiou:
W. E. Lea. Orange; II. Ii. Locker
Corpus Cli list i ; !laldr Logan lions-
ton; W. C. I.o-iney Houston; II. J.
IiUhli Ornngc; C M. Malmio. Ilous
ton: J. J. .l;i:sfi !. Columbus: A. E.
Masteison. Angleviu; Froil Mmrity.
Ganaoo: Ed M.-timver. Orange; A
M. M. F..i.im. Vn;..ii: W. II P. Mc-
Faddin. It aM'.n nt: C. A. M. (inire
Matagorda: W. K M' Nsbb. Hay City:
D. W. Michaux Houston-. Ausou Mil
ler Anachouc; Hoy Miller Corpus
Christi; J. A. Moody. Richmond; II
B. Moore. Texas City; II. C. Moran
Houstou; H. E. Morgan. Orange; A
S. Mortan. Bay City: Harney B. Mor-
ton. Houston; F. E. Morrison. Ana-
cbua" Charles F. Mninini-. Galves-
ton; Carl Me-sler. Texas City: E. W
Parker. Victoria: T. J. I'atti'.lo. Ilal-
laire; E. A. Pcilen. Houstou; T. M
Pickerinj;. Victoria; Judge D. M. Pie-
ton Jr.. Houston: A 11. Plonk. Rosen-
berg; J. II. IMe. Pay City: F. S. Uoh
ertsou. Sao !rui;o Mr. F. S. Hob
ertsoi'. Sum Benito: I 'red J. Ito.-nior
Port Idivai:;: (Jemge S. Uoss. Hons
' ton. James V. Sartwellc. Pahoios;
' Russell Suv-ige. Corpus Christi: .lolin
II. Shari. Mission: Dr. A. H. Shearer;
Montbellview ; I. P. Sheeks. Port Ar
thur: L. M. Shepardson. Dr.inge; S.
B. Sliolars Bay City; H. A. Spcer.
Vanished After Using Lydia
E. Pinkham's Vegetable
W Ph!Iodnlnh!a. Pa. " Wnon T
. . cleaned house Inst April I must have
4 - loverlifted. for af
ter that 1 had
paina and achesall
the time and was
so discouraged I
Ill and I could not
carry a basket of
groceries from the
store nor walk
even four or fiva
p c -o
ln 1m mit KacV nnH nnrlnmpn nrA
lower limbs. I went to visit a friend
in Mt Holly N. J. and sho said
'Mrs.' Butler why don't you take
Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Com-
ponndt ' My husband said that if
It did her so much good for the same
trouble. I should trv it. So I have
taken it and it is doing me good.
Whenever I feel heavy or bad it puts
.V me right on my feet again i am awe
to do my work with pleasure and
am getting strong and stonf-Mrs.
' . Charles Butler 123?S. Hanson St.
I W-Philadelphia. Pa. M
'TCV Write ro-.yaia a. rinKnam wear
pooH upon v AiuneiHi m tiuuwu- -
Kirk Plans to Inform
Houstonians of City
.' - V ' '.- ' ..' :
Toq Many Citizens Do Not Know Points of Interest
About Their Own Home Town ; Says
Strangers within the Kates of Hous-
ton need worry no longer about how
far it is to the post office or where
the Carter building "is at." When
they see anyone on the -street with
that well known Houston smile it will
be unnecessary to let him pass by
while the stranger waits for a police-
man. For all Houstonians are going to
be taught the city ordinances the
State laws the location of every office
building and public buildings how to
drive automobiles and hold out their
hands at the turns where to park
and how long and a variety of other
It is all to be done through publica-
tion of a booklet containing informa-
tion "few know but all ought to" says
C. J. Kirk public utilities commis-
sioner. The booklets are to be an innova-
tion here. The nearest similar under-
taking on the part of the city adminis-
tration was in 1018 when Police Chief
Searcy Baker had published a book of
rules for policemen.
Traffic regulations showing where
and how parking is permitted will he
included in the booklets. A list of all
office buildings with a map showing
where each is located will be included.
State laws with maximum and mini
New Trials Sought by
Two in Federal Court
Motion for a new trial was filed
Monday morning by counsel for
George Hoxie. convicted by a jury in
federal court last week on two of
four liqnnr charges.
A motion for arrest of judgment
and for a new trial was filed by
counsel for S. E. Anderson convicted
by a jury on a charge of failing to
lender amusement tax returns and
withholding money due the govern-
ment from operation of a theater at
Four Bids Submitted
For Fire Chief's Auto
High class automobiles were offered
to the city fire department at the at-
tractive figures of $ir". $.'il"il) and
J4(i00 Monday when bids were open-
ed for the new touring car for Chief
Itoxie (Hire. Four bids two being
for the same make of car were .sub-
The bids were referred to Commis-
sioner Allie Anderson Fire Chief
(Hire and City Manager Claude Belk.
Corpus Christi: Tom C. Spencer
Houston: W. ('. Stephens. Buy City;
It. S. Sterling. Houston; Coodwin
! Sterne. Matagorda: 1.. M. Stevens
j Victoria: Hugh It. Sutherland. Corpus
I Christi: S. Taliaferro. Houston: Sam-
luel J. Styles Bay City; V. P. Tarey.
Texas City: II. A. Treat. Galve-toii :
F. W. Turner Coliegeport; Ilamp
J Weaver Yioiorin; .I.nnes F. Weed
Beaumont; Willett Wilson Jr. Port
Lavaca; Vernon J. Wistner. Port Ar
I thur. Iei Wood. Houstou; John E
Louisiana It. F. Clerc. New Or-
loans- Thomas J. Looney. Lake
Charles: Horace H. Harvey. Harvey:
j I d La Salle. New Iberia: A. M. Loch
I etr. New Orleans: C. W. Lyman
Crowlev: I I.. M'i'herson Abbeville:
J. loser h C .Me.llenka. Crowley: W. A
; HjiTM-hnrdt. New Orleans; Arthur W.
1 Vim Pelt. Iloiiinn: F-ank .1. Price
! Mc-rgKii City; Seua'or Joseph I'. Hans
! dell. Lake l'rmidcnic: Edgar S
I Scliw.irtz. New Oi-i..-nis; . X. Smith
j Lockport: Edward Wright. Hoiima.
of Far Goats and Far Trimmed Coats
You Save 1-3 and More
Just to make a long story short we will emphasize the fact that
you may select any Fur Coat in our stock as well as any Fur
Trimmed Coat of the better kind and buy it in this sale at a
saving of one-third and more.
LEVY'8 MAIN FLOOR NEAR ELEVATORS
FANCY VELOUR PILLOWS
Regular $4.00 Values
Attractive Pillows for the living room or sun-
parlor in the round oblong or oval shapes.
Pretty shades of rose blue mulberry green
and black. Some arc of velour and tapestry
combinations while others are of velour trim-
med with gold braids.
WOMEN'S NIGHT GOWNS
Very attractive garments of fine soft muslin.
trimmed with embroidered round yoke and
lace edge; ribbon drawn. Practically all ini
tials are included.
A very dainty and practical
Sizes 16 and 17.
mum penalties for everything from
spitting on the sidewalk to plain mur-
der will be outlined briefly. City
ordinances will be shown in brief with
explanations of what to expect from
the man on the corner when violations
There will be at least 20000 copies
of the booklets printed provided Mr.
Kirk's plan is approved by the city
council. The booklets will be given to
any one asking for them. Each law
violator will be handed one by the
clerk of the corporation court as his
case comes to trial.
location of police and fire boxeg all
over the city will be shown in the
booklets. Diagrams will be included
to show automobile drivers how to
hold out their hands when turning
to the right or left or stopping.
The lltlS hooks did not contain
traffic laws nor did they show where
lire boxes were at that tune. The old
books seem to have been merely for
(information of policemen.
"Everybody ought to be a police
man." Mr. Kirk said. If a stranger
stops you on the street you ought to
be able to tell him anything about the
city he wants to know if you are to
be a real lloustonian. The city must
do its share to enable people to an-
swer questions about the city."
PLEA OF GUILTY
Advantages of pleading guilty were
brought home to Will Moore in
criminal district court Monday when
he was tried on a charge of theft of
automobile parts from "Fronty" the
well known racing car belonging to
H. L. Silverstein.
Moore was indicted with Sam Cash
on a felony theft charge. Moore was
tried first and pleaded not guilty. The
charge against him was reduced to a
misdemeanor and Moore sentenced
to serve 15 days in jail.
Cash pleaded guilty and the charge
was reduced to a misdemeanor and
a penalty of one day in jail assessed.
J. P. Rogers attorney for Moore
then wanted to know if the judge
would not let Moore change his plea
to guilty and be given a day. Judge
Liquor charges against S. J. Ixck-
hail and '. ('. Harris were dismissed
on motion of the district attorney
when it became known the two had
paid fines of $500 each in federal
court recently. Harris and Lnckhart
were eye witnesses to the shooting of
W. E. Hicks. Harrisbiirg ' deputy in
the battle between prohibition en-
forcement agents and county officers
on the Galveston road.
Street Car Conductor
Recovering From Wound
1. M. Patrick street car conductor
(.hot in the abdomen Saturday night
by a white highwayman wos re-
ported to b steadily improving Mon
day at St. Joseph's infirmary. As
the dangerously wounded conductor
fought for life at the hospital police
combed the city in an effort to cap-
ture his assailant. At least one of
the bullets which Motormau Robert
Prayer fired after the fleeing bandit
is believed to have found its mark
police said. They were canvassing
physicians" offices and drug stores in
an effort to trace the bandit.
LEVY'S SECOND FLOOR
ON FINAL REPORT
Recommendations to Go
The citizens' street car muddle so-
lution committee will appear before
the city council in a body Wednesday
afternoon to present their final re-'
port A. S. Moody chairman an-
nounced late Monday.
Acting Mayor H. A. Halverton said
that he will call the council together
at that time to discuss the traction
problem. Should the report be
adopted in its entirety an election
would be called at once on the jitney
Sees Vote Imminent.
Mr. Moody said that regardless of
what action the council takes Hous-
tonians will be given a chance to vote
on the jitney ouster proposnl in the
report of the committee before Jan-
uary 1. He explained that in the
event the city council asks a petition
hearing 10 per cent of the total vote
at the last city election such a peti-
tion can be filled out in a few days.
Officials of the Houston Electric
company who had tentatively ap-
proved the committee's plnn Satur-
day will send Mr. Moody a written
approval today. 1 he letter contain-
ing the approval was mailed by W. E.
Wood manager of the street car com-
pany late Monthly but had not
reached Mr. Moody Monday night
Several members of the city coun-
cil were open in their expressions on
the question. W. R. Britton street
and bridge commissioner; J. H. B.
House water commissioner and Allie
Anderson fire commissioner indi-
cated that they would insist upon a
petition before submitting the ques-
tion to a vote.
Sought New Fares.
The question of "for or against the
jitneys' was voted upon last Pe
t-ember with the result that jitneys
won by a small margin. 1 his sum-
mer the street car company filed
suit in federal court to prevent en-
forcement of a city ordinance limiting
fares at 7 cents claiming that reve-
nues are less than a reasonable profit
on their investment.
As proposed by the citizens' com
mittee. the city is given a plan
whereby the street car suit will he
withdrawn provided the jitnevs are
outlawed the street car fare will
remain at 7 cents with ticket and
transfer privileges and improvements
("sting about $1000000 will he made
during the next three years by the
Three Nominated for
Rice Alumni Presidency
Nominations for president anil vice
president of the Rice Alumni associa-
tion and for two places on the ex-
J Gargle with warm aalt water
0 then apply over throat
Qe 17 Million Jan U4 IWfr
Find a bracing and sustain-
ing influence in the use of
The Half Price Sale of
"Deltah" Pearls are known from coast to
coast for their beauty and their depend-
ability. They are absolutely guaranteed
against peeling or discoloration.
The Certified Prices Range from $10 to $40.
The Sale Prices Are Exactly Half
$5 to $20
Add 5 per cent Federal Tax.
"Deltah" Pearl Necklaces are fitted with
solid gold clasps. Some set with diamonds
and some with diamonds and rubies.
LEVY'S MAIN FLOOR
ccutlve board have been made by the
nominating committee. Candidates
will be chosen at the annual meeting
held in Houston Thanksgiving day.
Kice graduates named for considera-
tion are: Edmund Pupree of Hous-
ton Dudley P. South of New Xork
and Dudley C- Jarvls of Houston for
president; Miss Sarah Lane and Miss
Bessie Smith both of Houston for
vice president; and Mrs. Lucy .ira-
mer Cain of Yoakum J. P. Coleman
of Greenville E. R. Duggan of Hous-
ton F. T. Fendley ot Bay town nd
Mrs. Florence McAllister Jameson of
Houston for the executive board.
Dr. A. H. Flickwir. city health of-
ficer was named president of the
Texas association of sanitarians
formed last week at Aus'in at a meet-
ing of representatives of leading mu-
nicipalities of the State. The organi-
zation has 75 members at present but
is expected to enroll nearly 300 during
the next few months.
Other officers are as follows: E.
O. Eggert State sanitary inspector
secretary; George Anderson Tyler
first vice president; W. A. Buice
Waco. Baylor I'niversity professor of
public health second vice president-
(Jeorge Proper El Paso third vice
president; Miss Z. T. Cunningham
Sehrman fourth vice president.
The newly formed assonation prob-
ably will meet in Houston in P.I24 Ir.
Flickwir said. He added that it is
the first reorganization in Texas ad-
mitting both doctors and sanitary in-
spectors. It was former during the
school for sanitary inspectors given
under auspices of Dr. W. H. Bealey.
State health officer and officials of
the United States public heulth ser-
vice. Besides Dr. Flickwir. the following
Houston health department men at-
tended: M. L. Lewis chief sariiary
inspector; M. A. Beer food inspector:
Jesse (!. Dudley Jr. mosquito con-
trol officer' J. K. Foster dairy in-
spector and W. A. McNabb garbage
Appointive Counsel for
Walker Are Released
Judge C. W. RobinKon roleasd O.
A. Winboru and John H. C'rnnkfr
from all rpsponsibility in tho nfiif
of frank Walker Mundny when it be-
came known that Mrs. Walker has
employed Bea A. Denny to defend her
Crooker and Winbom were appoint-
ed to represent the defendant in the
criminal assault charge aguinxt lmn
by Judge Rubinson several days ago
when it was reported that Walker did
not have an attorney.
Orders House Moved for
New Packing Company
Permission was granted a hoiis"
moving concern Monday by the city
oounrl to move a frame structure 40
feet to get it off the site of ;U- ncu
Texas Tucking company plant to be
built at San Jacinto street and Con-
tress avenue Work on the new plant
will start at once.
24 cups LIGHT CRL'ST flour
4 teaspoon salt
4 tablespoons sugar
2 teaspoons baking powder
Sift together (I our salt liakni! jiowdcr sttar .md nutmeg.
Add melted butter to milk and cl;-.- and then mt all
together with hand and roll out mi hn.ml. 1.111 with dmt-li
nut cutter and fry 111 deeji tat laid or enni.ni:iid- until a
light brown; roll in .-ogar and lav mi i.KI umh u cmd.
This doughnut recipe with LUilll CRL'Sl' limit maUrs
light tender doughnuts the best vmi ever t.ted Try it.
Also use LIGHI LRUS! for vour other baking retjuue-
ments it meets every baking need. Vuttr grocer has it or
can get it for you.
Burrua Mill and Elevator Co. Fort Worth
Ptbtics good flaking Cost '
"The Way to Travel"
Day Train Leaves 9:35 A. M:
THRU SLEEPERS and CHAIR CARS
LAST TO LEAVE
SOUTHERN PACIFIC LINES
PARK FIRE HODSE
TO COST $10020
Minimum c6tt of the Hyde Park
fire tation tinder figures presented by
bidders is $10020. Five firms bid
on construction work the highest be-
ing $10837 and the lowest $8021.
Two bids on electrical work amounted
to $3 IS and $320. One plumbing firm
bid $780 There wekp no other bids.
After the bids were opened the
council referred the matter to a com-
mittee composed of Commissioner Al-
lie Anderson Commissioner James H.
H. House and City Architect W. A.
Howdy. It bad been estimated that
the structure would cost about $8000.
It will be of the bunnalow type ard
will be built on a lot owned by the
city at entheimer road and lupon
Plaus call for a brick building with
a til roof.
Proclamation Issued .
For Thanksgiving Day
Mrs. Frances Porter secretary to
Mayor Oscar Holcombe issued the
mayor's Thanksgiving day proclama-
tion Monday. The edict cites Novem-
ber 211 as "Turkey day."
"The spirit of peaee and good will
has made steady progress during
11I23." it says. "There is more of
neighborly brotherly love thau a year
Chronic coughs and persistent colds
lead to heriuus lung trouble;. You can
Moo iliem now with Creomulsion. an
emulsified creosote that is pleasant to
take t reouiuls.on is a new medical
discovery with twofold action; it
soothes and heals the inflamed mem
I. runes and kills the germs.
Of all known drugs creosote Is rec
ognized tiy tne medical rraternity as
the greatest healing agency for the
treatment of chronic coughs and colds
and other forms of throat and lung
troubles (.'reoinulsion contains in
addition to creosute other healing ele
ineuts which soothe and heal the in
flMined membranes and stop thi irri-
tation u id inflammation while the
creosote goes on to the stomach is
absorbed into the blood attacks the
eat of the tronlle mid destroys the
germs ilint lead to consumption.
Creoiiiulsion is gii.inuiteed satisfsc
tory in the treatment of chronic
coughs and colds bronchial asthma
catarrhal bronchitis and other forms
of tlirn.u unci long diseases and is ei
cellcnt for budding up the system
after cold- or the flu. Mone.t refundeo
it any couch ur cold no mutter of how
long standing is not relieved after
laking according to directions. Ask
your druggist. CrooinulsioD Co. At-
ia:ita. (a. Adv.
'j teaspoon nutmeg
2 liiblcspuotia butter
2 H cups sweet milk
CQUGH OR COLD
HAT HANGS ON
11:00 P.M. Daily
Rice Dramatic Club to
Hold Dress Rehearsal
The Hiee Dramatic dub' will hold
dress rehearsal tonight at the Autry
House In preparation for the opening
of the 102.1-24 season set for Thurs-
day and Friday nights. Three one-
act plays two comedies and a trag-
edy will be given.
One of the plays "Holbein of
Rlackfriars" centers about the studio
of famous portrait painter in the
days of King Henry VIII. Ouy Rail
is director. The second The wed-
ding Present" is a comedy dealing
with modern American life Miss Jean
Sproul is the director. It ii being
directed by H. O. Nicholas.
John Clark Tldden is directing su-
pervisor for the three plays.
B'nai B'rith Gets Permit
To Give Sunday Dance
Sunday dancing will b permitted
in Hounton December 0 the city
council decided Monday after review-
ing an application from the Inde-
pendent Order of B'nai H'rith a Jew-
ish organization to stage a benefit
You Are Welcome
They mean so much that you should learn
how millions now attain them
You sea whiter teeth now trrtrf-
where and popl smUa to show
them. Corapax them with dingy
teeth teth coated with a film.
Mark how much those prettier
teeth add to charm and beauty.
Then make this test and yon wul
learn how this new beauty cam.
That cloud U film
The cloud on teeth la film 4ha
viscous film you feeL Much of It
resists the tooth brush clings and
atays. Soon it becomes discolored
then forms dingy coats. That it
why teeth lo luster.
Film also holds food strbchtnes
which ferments and forma add. It
holds the acid in contact with the
teeth to causa decay. Germ breed
by millions In it They with tar-
tar are the chief cause of pyorrhea.
Under old methods very few
people escaped those film-caused
Dental science has found two
ways to meet thb situation. One
Protect the Enamel
Pipaodnt dl4ntafTM the BJm
then rimoTti It with sn eot Air
dmr thn nam!. Itivir dm Ala
oombtat whloh oontatna hrfe grit.
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Mn 10-Dw Tub o PpxlBt t
Now advteed bj leading dentists
ib world over
On 7 one tube to a tanUr.
Make "Her" Christmas
A Real One
Make Her Kitchen
Clean Cool and Safe
No soot no smoke no flame: Juet
a itt.iUy neat which you can con.
troi at your wii. All you need do
is turn t button the HOTPOINT
HUGHES doee the reit.
Moderately priced Sold on easy
terms. Juat say you're Interested.
The rang? will bo held for Christ-
mas delivery If you desire.
A. T. Vick Electric Co.
Capitol and Fannin.
Phone Preston 134J.
You Oont Need a New Battery
In tne One You Have
Rates $1.50 Upward
t. E. DALEY Manaea'
dance at Tornverein hall on that date.
Proceeds from the daDce will b .
turned over to the Jewish Widows and i
Orphans home at New Orleans the .-
Leo and ' Levy hospital at Hot :
Springs Ark. and th Jewish Con-
sumptjve hospital at DeWer Colo. '
Break a Cold Right Up with
'Tape's Cold Compound1
Take two tablets every three hour
until tiirce noses are taken tne rirst
dose iihvays gives relief. The second
and third doses completely break np
the cold l'leasnnt and safe to take.
Contains no quinine or opiates Mil-
lions use "Pnpe's Cold Compound.'
Price thirty-five cents. Druggists
sunrantee it. Adv.
to a test
dMrrtegnrtet he flhn at all
of formation. The other remor)
k without harmful scouring.
Abb suthorWes prored
methods effective. Then
type tooth paste wyi created to
apply them dairy. The nam 1
That tooth paste has brought
new dental era to millions of homes
the world over.
Folks see and feel the
Pepsodent brings other new
suits. It multiplies the alkalinity
of the sBt the ncutraliser of
mouth acids It multiplies tbs
starch dlgeetant in saliva there
to digest starch deposits.
Old methods reduced these pce
tectlve agents. This new method
gives them multiplied power.
These results are quickly
and felt. No one can doubt them
none can question their benefits.
Send the coupon for a 10-Day
Tube. Note how clean the teeth
of the viscous film. See how teeth '
become whiter as the film-coats
You will be surprised and dew
lighted. Cut out coupon now;
Lady Suffering With Woman-
ly Troubles Says She Began
to Take Cardui and Soon
Was "Well and
Wlnfleld Kan. "I nm now well
and strong." says Mrs. Anna Clover
of R. K. U. 6 ni'iir lion1 but Mrs.
Clovpr. for some time formerly uc-
con'ing to a rerem l:ittment was
neither well nor stronj
"I liej;nii t s'lff' r some months
ago with. woinii:ily iroiihles." stated
Mrs Clover "aiul I w;is afraid I
was poln to pet In tied. Kurh month
I Buffered with my huml back and
sides i weak aelimg nervous feeling-
"1 tioi;aii to try medicines as 1
knew I was p tting worse. 1 did
not seem to inn! t he rii;!it remedy
until some on" told me of Cardui.
"I used two buttles before 1
could see unv change hi 1 after that
it was remarkable how much better
1 got. ... I can recommend Car-
dui. for It certainly hem fited me."
A lew months before "weak
aehimt. riorums." now "well and
strong." that Is just one woman's
ex pi nonce with Cardui. and thou-
sands of others have written tell-
inR of similar exp'rleiu'es or of
even more remarkable ones.-
Cardui 'nay lie just what yon
need Ask for it. at any druggist'
; tJ KWtf tfj.H tlrS
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