The Houston Post. (Houston, Tex.), Vol. 37, No. 286, Ed. 1 Sunday, January 15, 1922 Page: 2 of 40
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THE HOUSTON POSTi SUNDAY. MORNING. JANUARY 15 1922.
TELLS OF FLOGGING
ORANGE GUSHER IS
BY BAND OF MEN 1 OF 15000 BARRELS
Attorney for I. W. W. Fail-
ed to Heed Warning to
; Associated rrS Hcport.
GREENVILLE Toms. Jan. U.
Harold K. Mulks of Chicago counwl tor
two alleged I. W. V. cunvrcted at
ShrcvciKrt of vagrancy charges arrived
at Greenville Saturday upon a Missouri.
Kansas anil Texas passenger train upon
which he was placed Friday night by a
band of men whe had severely flogged hull
'after kidnaping him from hia hotel at
The men. Mulks said directed the con-
ductor not to let him off the traiu"thi
Kid of lJls.'; He plainly showed
marks of the flogging.
Wallace Fouler a Greenville polioe-
itisn talked to Mulks at tile station here.
He said Mulks told hfiu he had been
warned to leave Shreveport several days
ago. hut that he had not heeded the '"sug-
gestion." "I was Dot to stop this side of Pallas.
but I am certain 1 wni n i ip "
f Chicago.- Mulks as quoted by Fow-
ler as having said.
Mulks left here on the train on which
Associated l'ress Report.
SHRKVEI'ORT. I.a.. Jan. H.-U.ir-old
Mulk. lawyer for two nlleged I. W.
W. members recently n-uvicted on va-
grancy charges who was kidnaped Fri-
day oight by two unmasked men. was
placed aboard a westbound Missouri.
Kansas and Texas train at Greenwood
according to official reports reaching here
Saturday. Other men i.unet tne party
Gas Is Encountered by
Sandy Creek Company
at 1725 Feet
Houston Foat Special
nnivr?! Tatii .Tan 14 RatnnlaT
the eighteenth- da; 'since tha bringing in
. . . . 1 1 1 IY 41.. I nnnt-
OI me nuuiuir vii muv vw
pany'a No. 5 Chesaon gusher finds thj
..... I... wlal.lin Ita nilTll rtttA Hth
. tl.a eliflrlltJlKt ihnvilf tit M tiflTTtHP
At no day since the well caem in baa tha
production run below lo.uuu osrreis.
Houston Tost Special
i ORANUE.i Texas. Jan. 14. Late re
(port from the Sandy Creek Uil company
well No. 1 Stanton in the Claiborn West
survey said that there had been a con-
siderable ga showing when the drill
passed through heavy gumbo at a depth
around liJ.i feet.
Iloaston Tost Special.
ORANGE. Teias. Jan. 14. A deal waa
closed FriiUv morning whereby the Texas
iupauy leased 21) acre of land out of
the Monroe 1'eveto tract in tne laioorn
West survey for the sura of $730 per
acce with one-sixth royalty.
Houston Tost Special.
ORANGE. Trias Jan. 14. W. F. Ar-
nold a suervisior of the Texas railroad
commission of the oil and gas division
issued a statement r riday to the oper
star putting forth his purposes. He
stated thate lie waa not here to police
the hVM by any means but to render
such aid as was possible in the way of
advising and couocihng with them for
The men did not kijure Mulks seriousl-
ly it was stated.
Claude Irwin and W. M Hickey. the
two men Mulks came here from Chicago
to defend are under !-day sentences
each on charges of vagrancy. They ap-
pealed to district court to keep them W
jail for their "irsonel safety.'
W. M. Carney a lawyer said to be
from Oklahoma City came here to in-
vestigate Hickey's case but shortly after-
ward disappeared from this vicinity l'o-
dice. however expressed belief that Car-
aey left here of his own volition as no
complaicts hail been received frun hiiu.
Several years ago I. W. W. agitators
visited Western Louisiana and there was
considerable bloodshed before the agita
r I a 1KC.
nines west ul - . .. . . ....
ne scmutu wiai ne wns not puiuieai
-ixiiutee to his position and that hi
mission wae one purely of service. He
will spend the major part of bis time
looking after the oil field as No. 1 of the
Business Stringency Now
Effecting Women in College
Houston Post Special
AUSTIN. Texas. Jan. 14. In the de-
partment of architecture of the Univer-
sity of Texas. S3 students are enrolled.
14 of whom are women which is an in-
crease of 17 per cent over last year of
men enrolled and a decrease of 25 per
cent of women as compared with last
tors were driven out. No additional I. Tear s enrollment. The decrease in the
in rptiorteo tn : i i .i . . i a: 1 1 i .
W. W. activities had been reiwrted tn
the State until recently when police began
a series of raids which resulted in the
conviction of Irwiu Hickey and Joe
Mexican Woman Killed
r Galveston-Houston Car
number of women is due to the difficulty
of obtaining proper employment after
leaving the school says Prof. F. E.
A return to normal bnsineaa conditions
will probably have a tendency to increase
tba number of enrollments of women in
the architectural courses ia Professor
Raymunde Posos a Mexican aged 55 T" fff .
years was struck and instantly killed by J (jUStaVe r TilSCS ttlOrtS
a Houston bound interurban car shortly j s-r -. r
after o'clock Saturday morning. The j Ul nTiS VOnterenCe
accident occurred on the interurban tres- .
ti. w.r. it intrset the Houston Belt I Associated Press Keport.
and Terminal tracks a few miles east of ' STOCKHOLM. Jan. 14. Praise for
Hnastna ' the efforts of the Washington disarma-
Paper foand on the body indicate that ment conference was voiced by King
the man came to the I sited States May fGustave in his address on tne opening of
4 UI21. and that he had been workine . the riksdag. The work of the leaders of
for railroad lines since hi arrival in i the Washington conference he said was
this country. animated by tne same spirit as naa lea
The remains were taken in charge by Sweden to join the league of nations and
the Morse Company-Undertakers by was a most promising sign of better
whom tliev are beinr held Dendinr advice times.
from nlHcM . The kinr said the industrial denreaaion
It is thought the man was walking ! in Sweden forced him to request sppro-
.. . I - I . 1 1 - . . M .
along tne track at the trestle ana tor pruiious ior me reuei oi unemployment-
LEADER OF TURKISH
SLAIN SAYS REPORT
Mustapha Kemal's Name Is
some reason did not become aware of ;
the approaching ear untd it was too late.
Justice of the Peace J. M. Kay held an I
Small's Attorneys Claim !
State s Bill Is Defective
Associated Press Report.
WAITCEGAN. I1L. Jan. 14. Attor-
neys for Governor Small and Vernon Cur-
tis charged with conspiracy to embezzle
State funds Saturday asked Judge Claire
C. Edwards to strike out parts of the
State's bill of particulars as "irrelevant
The bill also is defective. Alexander F.
Beaubein. representing the governor said
because it fails to net forth all the partic-
ulars of the. alleged conspiracy by which
the defendants with Lieutenant Governor
Fred E. Sterling and the late Senator Ed-
ward C. Curtis are accused of defraud-
"ing the St'ste !'"-iois of SSixOOO in-
terest on State funds.
Mr. lteauueiti sijucd that under the
bill of partJeuUrs. if anybody was de-
franded. it was Armour 4: Co.. Swift &
Co. Morris A Co. and the Cudehy rack-
ing company all of Chicago.
He announced that there would be no in
crease in income and property taxation
but tobacco taxes would be increased and
the riksdag would have to draw oa the
reserve funda ot the state.
ITALIAN BANK CLOSED.
Associated Press Report.
PALERMO. Italy. Ja 14 The Bancs
Cattalica di Credito Soeiale has closed
after a ran occasioned by timidity over
tne general financial situation.
Jury in Burch Case
Unable p Reach Verdict
Associated Press Report.
LOS ANGELES. Jan. 14. The jury in
the case of Arthur C. Burch. unable to
reach a verdkt after 24 hours' delibera-
tion on the charge of murder of J. Bel-
ton Kennedy. August 5. communicated
with the judge Saturday and he tlirn left
for hia home saying that he would not
return to court until "J:30 o'clock Mon-
day morning unless the jury sent for him.
STRAUB-TODD Bryan Raymond
Todd and Miss Eunice Straub of Well
born this county were united in marriage
Wednesday at 11 o'clock. Iter. J. M. Bol-
lock officiating. Both bride and groom
are wen Known and deserving young poo
pie and belong to splendid families.
THRKK. .TWO APPOrNTMEXTy
Houston Post Special.
DENTON. Texas. Jan. 14. Charles O.
Thomas speaker of the lower house of
the Texas legislature Saturday announc-
ed two of hia three appointments to the
State educational surrey committee.
They are former Senator James R. Wiley
f St. Joe and Mrs. Florence C. FloorV
of Cleburne president of the Texas Fed-
eration of Women's . Clubs. Both have
accepted he said.
Wholesale aui-J Retail
71 1 N. San Jacinto
eyea need bifocal glasae. they need the best TJltex
or Krytok not imitations or "moonshine' S-Tlslon
lenses. Our careful conscientious skillful examina-
tion will tell; then you choose the "brand" and the
mountings for the lenses.
Simple and satisfactory.
Ask for Mr. Kuhlman
or Mr. Clark.
Optometrists anal Opticians
918 Texas Avenue
Associated Press Report.
mKa Jan. 14. Mulstapha ONOX LP
LONDON Jan. 14. Mustapha Keinal
Pa aha. the Turkish nationalist leader.
has been murdered says an exchange
telegraph agency dispatch from Constan
tmopie r nuay quoting a report trom ad
cora. the Turkish nationalist capital.
Mustapha Kemal Pasha was sent from
Constantinople to 81vas as inspector ot
the northern military district of Ana-
tolia in 1U19. Since that time he be
came head of the Turkish nationalist
army and virtual dictator of Turkey in
Asia soon after be went into Aia Mi-
nor hia activities against the Turkish
government at Constantinople became
apcame apparent hut he disregarded
Constantinople's demand for his resig-
nation tore up the armistice which the
Turks alleged the Greek occupation had
violated and began collection groups of
noo-descript solieds which he made into
the Turkish nationalist army. With this
army he bad been resisting the Greek
occupation of Asia Minor.
Mustapha Kemal s name is kuown
throughout the Near East where he has
been more powerful than the sultan
couned up in his palace at Constanti
Armenians Will Evacuate
Country ; 120000 to Leave
Associated Press Report.
GENEVA Jan. 14. Paul Hymans
president of the council of the league of
nations presented to the council Satur-
day morning a telegram which Cardinal
Merrier primate ot Belgium had re-1
reived from the protestant community
and the Armenian Catholic patriarchate
of Constantinople stating that the en-
tire Armenian population had decided
to evacuate the country. The telegram
urgently appealed for vessels to transport
haxarda In the city tha Uaurance . key
rat bad been reduced cents making
the sew key fate 78 cent.
Ever since his appointment as fire
chief some sis months age Mr Menton
has been trying to secure lower insurance
rates for Mercedes and that bis efforts
have met with success fai evidenced by the
fact that in the last six month three re'
ductlons totatinfl T cents have been
made reducing the rate from 80 cents to
its present mark of T3 cents.
Couple Ask to Marry
In Victoria Grocery;
Request 1$ Granted
Houston Post Special.
VICTORIA. Tejtas. Jan 44. The
Fanners cash grocery store of this
city was the scene of an unusual oc-
currence Wednesday afternoon' When
a young couple armed with an officiat-
ing minister dashed up tn front of the
store and asked for the privilege of
being married. In the store. xne re-
quest was granted and soon everything
waa made ready. The marriage was
held and the newly married couple
drove on off. The happy couple were
Roy Shows from Cuero and Miss
Ruby Rabbins who ia said to be from
Women Urged to Avoid
Associated Press Report
NEW YORK Jan. 14. John T. Ad
ams chairman of the republican national
committee ia an addreaa before the
Women's National Republican club Sat-
urday urged women to join either of the
two great political parties and not iden-
tify themselves with independent movements.
''There is about ss much logic in wom
en forming a political group" he said
as there would be in having the green-
eyed or the red-haired or the bald-
headed people set themselves up si a
HAYS TO RESIGN
FROM CABINET FOR
JOB WITH MOVIES
Key Rate of Mercedes Is
Reduced by Fire Marshal
Houston Post Special
MERCEDES Texas Jan. 14. Word said he intended to work for the restor-
aa been received by Fire Chief Henry ation of friendly relations between the
Menton of Mercedes from the State fire jtwo countries. He said he considered
marshal that due to the reduction of fire a political treaty necessary.
Bethlen Hopes to Settle
Associated Press Report.
VIENNA Jsn. 14. Premier Bethlen of
Hungary and fifteen experts arrived at
Vienna Friday to take up the question
of liquidating certain points in dispute
between the Hungarian and Austrian
governments. When these questions sre
satisfactorily settled. Premier Bethlen
(Cont'd. From Pg. 1.)
the president and would not be until he
had definitely made his decision Imme
diately there sprung tortn numerous ana
varied reports. These include tha names
of Harry 8. New senator from Indiana
Mr. Hays' home state-. Dr. Hubert Work
present first assistant postmaster n-
erhl: Walter S. Dickey. Kansas City.
manufacturer and Representative Stee-
nerson of Minnesota chairman of the
bouse post office committee.
Vitagraph Man Tells of
' i Associated Press Report.
NEW YORK. Jsn. 14. John Qninn.l
general manager ot the Vitagraph r llui
corporation Saturday announced that the
first duties of Will H. Hays should he
accept the offer of motion picture men
would be the organisation into a single
co-operating nmt of bo American pro
ducing and distributing corporations!
witi; a capital ot mem than -MiU(Hi(NKl.
tie said Mr. Hays salary had been tenta-
tively fixed at SI 50.000.
The new organization Mr. Quinn said
pTooaDiy win supercede the present Na-
tional Association of Motion Picture In
dustries of which William A. Brady is I
president me latter association has a
membership of 200 producing and distri-
buting coritorations subsidiary industries
New York will probably be Mr. Hays'
headquarters as president of the new or-
ganization according to Mr. Quinn who
said "To work for the general good of
the motion picture industry hy setting
before the public facts concerning it: to
counteract the evil impressions gained by
moving picture tans through circulation
ot taise unci liarnuul reports.
Corpus Christi Preparing to
Entertain Railway Agents
Houston Post Special.
COni'I S.CHRISTI Texas Jan. 14.-
Conimittccs from the commercial Ssso-1
ciation arc busy arranging for the con
vention of the Passenger Ticket and
Freight Agents' association of Texas
which will meet here January 21 and 22.
The local association promii.es some un
usual entertainment features for the rail
Last year the association was held in
Houston and as an aftermath to the
meeting a tour of the Rio Grande Vallev
was made. On the return trip the party
was entertained here. As a resulr it
was decided to hold the 1922 meeting I
Of Our Entire Stock
Mothers will appreciate the fine quality of
merchandise offered in this sale. Hundreds
of new suits have been added. The reduced
prices represent a big saving on your boy's
clothes. It's to your advantage to buy now.
$12.50 Boys' Two-Pant
r $7.50 Girls' Beavers . $3.75
$a.50 Girls' Beavers. $4.25
$ 10.00 Girls' Beavers . $5.00
Children's Plush and
Velvet Hats1! Price
$2.50 Velvet Hats. . .$1.25
$3.50 Velvet Hats... $1.75
$4.00 Plush Hats. ...$2.00
$5.00 Plush Hats.... $2.50
Sale of Juvenile Suits
Suits for little fellows 2 to 8 years;
smartly tailored Oliver Twist middy and
Norfolk belted styles.
$8.50 Juvenile Suits. .... .$4.95
$10.00 Juvenile Suits $6.95
$12.50-$ 15-Juvenile Suits. $9.85
$10. $12.50 and $15 J uve-
nile Overcoats $Q AJ
sizes I to 8 years. 0D
$15.00 Boys' Two-Pants . . . . $ j j
$20.00 Boys' Two-Pants
SllitS. . ra. . ......
Sale of Boys' Overcoats
Warm all-wool materials in smart belted
models. Sizes 1 0 to 18 years.
$10.00 to $15.00 Overcoats $8.95
$16.50 to $18.00 Overcoats $12.95
$20.00 to $25.00 Overcoats $14.85
$12.50 and $15.00 Boys'
Corduroy Suits; sises
10 to 16 ytars
Blouses and Shirts
SPECIAL Boys' Blouses. 85c
SPECIAL Boys' Shirts . . 95c
$1.50 Blouses and Shirts. .$1.15
$2.00 Blouses' and Shirts. .$1.55
Sale Boys' Pants
$1.75 Boys' Pants. ..... .$1.25
$3.00 and $3.50 Pants. . . .$2.45
$4.00 Boys' Pants. . .... .$2.95
Sweaters on Sale
$3.50 Boys' Sweaters $2.85
$5.00 Boys' Sweaters $3.65
$5.50-$6.00 Sweaters $4.45
Munsing Union Suits
$1.25 Union Suits 95c
$1.50 Union Suits $L20
$1.75 Union Suits $1.45
'Name" Hooks Snaps Thlmblss Buckles Wabblng Collar
Slngletraes Neok Yokss Etc' . . .
HOUSE and FARM HARDWARE
Field Fsnee Hog Faoe Poultry Fonoe Font Supplies Wlrs Nalta
) Toots Prepared Hoofing
WE SHIP QUICK
PEDEN IRON & STEEL CO
SJOWTPSI SMall UtfOSOQ) 9 WO(MP8l( I
We have placed on sale several hundred pairs of
our "Standard Makes." But this sale does not em-
brace our entire stock.
10 styles Hanan's Shoes; regular
price $15.00 to $16.50.
17 styles Hammersmith's "Special"; Q fA
regular price $10.00 to $12.00. . . . u)OoDU
13 styles Hammersmith's "Monarch";
regular price $8.00 to $10.00 DD DU
This Sale Does Not Embrace Our Entire Stock
Are you known
to your Banker?
Our policy is to know our customers their names
business etc. We believe this is mutually beneficial
You will feel entirely at home in our bank.
Guaranty Fund Bank
4 Paid on Savings Deposits
Safety Deposit Boxes for Rent
Foreign .Exchange sold on All Countries
Gulf State Bank
817 Main Street
D. S. Cage
W. H. Irvln
J. R. Kubena
A. E. Buck
Hours 9:00 A.M. to 5:00 PJrL
D. 8. Cage Prosidsnt
W. H. Irvln Vice Pre'sid.
M Schwarz Vice President
Ell Marks Active Vice President
F. E. Hood Cashier
J. D. Falk Assistant Csshler
BEN R.BROOKS D.C.
Don't merely WISH yon wera well GET WELL. CHIROPRACTIO
f offers yon the ONLY safe sane and highly successful way.
It Is tha PERSONAL service and attention siren EVERT else
In this office together with the deep Insight In handling DIFFICULT
cases that haa been and la being s revelation to hundreds. Lady
adjuster for those who prefer.
DOCTOR OF CHIROPRACTIC
202 Woolworth Building. Elevator Liberty Theater Entrance
Phone Preston S1SS
H. 8. KOBZNSON.
iWT Washington Taylor 4U
.Patents ObtsHtee tne Trademarks
an Copyrights Registered
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Phone Preston S07S
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