The Houston Post. (Houston, Tex.), Vol. 38, No. 12, Ed. 1 Sunday, April 16, 1922 Page: 2 of 58
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THE; ; HOUSTON ; POSTi 5UNDA Y MORNING; APRIU 1 6'.' I'9 J2.;
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: IS ARRANGED FOR
Dokie Glee Club and
Graham Four to Be
A program of unusual excellence
. featuring many sacreo; numbers
' hecplng with Easter dajr has bMn
' prepared (or the second free concert
- sponsored by the Muslo Council
Houston to bo given at the city audi
torium at I p. m. tooar.
The DokJe Glea club and the
Graham Four will bo the musical or
ganlsatlons taking the lead Ins; parts
cn the bill other vocal and lnstru
mental numbers by soma of Houi
. ton's beat known artists will fill out
- a program that la expected to furnish
an hour's entertainment of the most
The success or tne first free pro
gram last Sunday has encouraged the
Music Council to renew Its efforts to
males the programs.tbe best possible.
A capacity audience la expected today.
The program follows:
"1 Come to Thee" Caro Roma
Imperial D. O. K. K. Glee Club.
Mrs. John Wesley Oraham. direo-
.tor; Miss Corlane Garrison at the
"Cantlque d' Amour" Lisst
Miss Hazel Ortggs. pianist.
"If With AO Tonr Hearts." "Elijah
Lee Weaver tenor; Miss Hasel
Orlgga at the piano.
-He That BeHevetB In Ma".... Manny
They Have Takes) Away My Lord'
Mesoamee Dan Vlcsjers. A. C. Bar-
net B. J. Flake and W. 8. T'eJer.
- Mlaa Cortnsjs Garrison at the piano.
"There la No Death" O'Mara
J. U Greenup bass; Miss Corona
Qsurrlson at the paane.
"Open the Gates of that Temple"...
Mrs. nan viefters. aopraw: Mlaa
Cortane GarrsMn at the piano.
"La FUense" Balf
"Vatoe- . Chopin
In Hases Orlggs pianists.
-Tne Lord Is My Light" A lilt son
Lee Wearer tenor; Mlas Hasel
Griggs at the ptaao
C ur a v rr w t n it
jhiac -t r iiv
Associated Pi ess Bepert.
CHICAGO April IS. There re "no
foundation whatsves for the statsmeat
In the Chicago Trttma Saturday
' morning as to Qesrgto Maeee being
the new general dsrecssr of the Chlca-
ksad ef the Crrfci Opera association
said Saturday In formal statement.
"Ne one has been Mseusaed to take
Miss Gkrdens posHloa fes the evens ef
' her retirement" the statement con-
tlnaed "and as a matter of fact the
executive organisation will ks ef an
entirely different character should
; Mlaa Garden retire. In any event be-
fore the subject of organisation can
: be considered the ISee.OO guaranty
fend haa get to be comparted snl to
do this a substantial amount of ad-
1 ditional subMrlptions Is required.
Qtorgo Polaceo who la now serving
his second season as oondaetor of the
Chicago Grand Opera company anil be
the new general manager next antenna
succeeding Mary Garden socordlnjr
to the Chicago Trlbane Saturday. Miss
Garden If ana continues with the com-
pnny Is expected to return to the ca-
pacity of artist with no voles In the
guidance of the organisation.
Clark Shaw present business mana-
ger. Is to continue that position. Sam
uel insuu president of tne Civic Opera
company has Instated that Mlas Osr-
.. den had been appointed general dl-
:i rector of the company and would con
tinue in that capacity.
It was slso reported several days ago
from New York that Charles L. Wag-
ner was willing to guarantee the sing-
or USe 000 for a ssason In concert and
this was followed by a report that she
- might expect the opera company to
meet this figure. Both reports were
denied by the presone concerned.
Strike Leaders Say
They Are Gaining
Associated Press Report
PITTSBURG. Pa.. April U Lead-
ers of the contending forces In the
coal strike Saturday night summed up
. the results of the first two weeks of
the struggle agreement being reached
oi the general statement that the
. United Mine Workers had addsd
largely to their forces by recruits from
. the non-union mines of the Western
. In the Connellsville coke region.
. where the union is endeavoring to
cripple supplies for the steel mills the
un-on claimed It had closed almost all
the Independent mines In the Browns-
ville district alorig the Monongahela
liver and made Inroads Into the work-
ing forces in other parti of Fayette
Operators conceded the claim but
' held thst some Important mines of the
Frtck Coke company a subsidiary of
tne i-nitea states Steel corporation
against which the unionisation drive
bad been specially directed were still
operating with all the men they
Who wouldn't like to be back in Wilbur's place with the new "Ion? pants" suit with patch pockeb-and hopes of a
budding mustache. And Joor Aurity! Beef isn't always brawn and she's about ready-for the ambulance. And then there's
Pa Ma and Li 1 Willie. Willie has his mind on an Easter rabbit: Mother concentrates on iust two or three more small pur
chases while Father and the bankroll are among those present. Fathers inner thoughts are useless for publication. And
weeks in a
e's Miss Puzzled who bought an Easter hat in five minutes after frazzling the nerves of fifty girl clerks for two
11 of Houston's millinery departments. "Gee ain't I glad I'm single I" said Van Ulm.
leave Houston early this week for
Kansas City her former home.
The appropriation was mads by the
council because Hughes had not been
employed long enough to iscelve In-
sursnce under the city's group Insur-
An Illustrated lecture on "The Life
of Moees" will be given by Dr. Henry
Barnaton at 10 a. m. today at Temple
Beth Lsirael. The hour haa bsen
hanged from 4:30 p. m. The public Is
CONSICANA C. OF C. BANQUET.
Houston Post Special.
CORS1CANA. Texas. April 15. The
Coral cana Chamber of Commerce la
preparing to give Ita annual banquet
on the night of April 17. Many Invi-
tations are being sent ont
ROAD NEAR COMPLETION.
Houston Post Special.
BAT CITT Texas. April ii. Work
on the State highway between Bay
City and Matagorda la progressing
rapidly and the road will soon be opep
again to the publlo. J. C. Carrlogton
hss charge .of this piece of conatruc
preparations are being made for a
turkey banquet to be given members
of the chamber of commerce at the
annual meeting and election of offi-
cers to be herd next Tuesday night
at the Pythian hall. Two hundred and
fifty invitations have been mailed out
t the members.
Houston Post Special.
HAT CITT. Texas April 1C Tick
eradication work la wall under way
In Matagorda county. 11000 head of
cuttle being dipped In this county last
cus.ro c. or e. banquet.
Houston Post Special.
CCERO. Texas. April II. Elaborate
Family Cow Can't Park
On West End Higjiways
Cattle will roam at large no longer
In West Houston now officially known
as Logan district precinct No. 101.
- A hot campaign on the question of a
. stock law came to an end In the
suburban district Saturday when the
residents by a vote of M to 7 de-
. elded that henceforth the- family cow
would have to be kept fenced up or
tied to a rope
i . The district extends from the west-
v em 'city limits of Houston to the
Relnermam league line and from Buf-
: fata bayou cm the south to the Hous-
teer St Texas Central tracks on the
north. The King of Trails leads
through the district via the concrete
road which la aa extension of Wash--tngtoe
avenue. This route leads to
Hempstead. Bryan Waco and Dallas
andV 1 one of the most frequently
traveled of the county's highways.
Accident Victim. Widow
On the motion of Street aad Bridge
Coatinwastonsr T. .I Wangs the city
- oMmcfl Saturday veto to stve Ilea
to the widow of J- S. Hughes city
track driver who eras killed Monday
when the Sabine street bridge broke.
- Funeral expanses wtU ha peld from
this amount and the remainder will
b sJveai t Mra. Baches. See win
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art invited to make use of our
new "PACKAGE SAFES" just
These large storage boxes are now
a permanent part of our Safe De-
posit Vaults and are made to
hold bulky valuables boxes etc
A real convenience for vacation-
ists and travelers. . These boxes
are for immediate rent.
Houttori 'Bank of Service?
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It Kreee erMuiej -a-
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already established stations la Kansas
City and Tulsa. Okla.. that Hutchin-
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According to the announcement the
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k "Stop th cr." shouted Mary J;.
I - as she reached for her earners.
l I wsnt a picture for my mem-
Mary's memofy book is her little album of camera ;
pictures. Each one rich 'ss vdvefr-dio "COT-.
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The most practical fabrics for boys' hot
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the preference of youth; sport models new
belted styles with patch pockets all ideas
Io bird's-eye and herringbone gabardine
quarter lined Worsted Suits in many new
colorings and patterns. Pants are full lined.
Boys Twc-Pants Spring Suits with
good tailoring features $15 $18
Boys' Smooth Finish All-Wool Blue
Serge Two-Pants Suits $15 $16.50
Hart Schaffner ft Marx Boys' Two-
Pants tailored just like dads. .. .... .$25
leys' Straws sailors
and soft brim style
new tan braid with ran-
cy band . .9160 and 9S
oyV Union Suita of
pin check nainsook
athletic style kneo
eye Panama Hata In
telescopo and. Alpine
shapes ....... j.....5
eys' Spring Wntg" In
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wear 2J . 13.00
poolat loys' Silk
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and Jersey silks neck-
band style M.9S
oys' Shirts In new
spring patterns attach-
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styles . . . .9140 and 91
Boys' Blousts in fast
color fabrics beautiful
patterns collar attach-
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Boys' .Caps One-piece
top full shape with '
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wool and Palm
A practical; cool garment for spring
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throughout; sizes 6 to 14. a
The ideal play suit for boy or girl;
saves their clothes easy for mother to
slip on will not rip nor tear ; in khaki
navy and blue with contrast fast color
trimming Sixes 1 to 7.
Attention! Boy Scouts
Equip Yourself at Official Scout Headquarters for "Field Day"
San Jacinto Battleground April' 21.
Coat (now stylo) i. 93.00
Spout Pants 92-00
8eout Short Pants 910
Cotton Shirts ....91.80 91.75
Woolen Shirts' ..9J.50
Canvas Lesglns too
Spiral Leggina ...91.78 9125
Scout Hats 92-23 92.78
Scout HaTorsseks 92.00
Aluminum Canteens . . .9 .50
Aluminum Mom Kits... 9X80
Troop first Aid KU....94J0
Scout TenU ; 9t60
Troop Numerals ........ 7e
Patrol Leader Stripes.. 10o
Scout Black Ties ...... tSe
Service Stripes So
IMS Scout Diary ...2Se
Scout Axes and Sheath 9130
Scout) Knives ......... .9130
Scout' Whistles . 20o
Scout Sheaths 25e
Scout BelU 8O0
Scout Stockings 60e
Wool Stockings . .9148
Stout Hand Books BOo
Scout Drinking Cupe . . . too
Scout Flags Patrol Flags
Scouts Sunwatch $125 Original Scouts Shoes
"The tickless timepiece" interest-
ing and educational; every scout
should ovrn one ; tells the hours all
around without making a sound.
In thin pocket size brass case; alto
fitted with compass.
Just the thing for Field Day; made
of heavy white canvas with brown -.
leather tip and trimmed oak" leather
corrugated sole Foster red rubber
wedge heels. ."'
11 to 13tf.. $35
1 to 6... ......$3.75
OutofTown Orders Solicited on Boy Scoot' Clothing
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The Boys Stow Second Floor
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