The Houston Post. (Houston, Tex.), Vol. 40, No. 41, Ed. 1 Thursday, May 15, 1924 Page: 4 of 16
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; THE M)lJ$TOM &yJU ;lj iUi Ui DAY f .10 u a
AW PUlLlC PI nil IT rrTii A-ixn a n :ovmrt jYn rtr? Arrticrsn a I
fl 1 1 U II I LI U I Mil I VCJUCJVlV-aN' I t 1: pUt ; 1 WII ilUt W A A lUelVl VTVA-T I
Department Would Inform
Public of Method to
Associated Press Report.
; A'vfi' WAHHINfJTON. May 14. JW-
tlml defease plans worked out by
;n3th w department during thy past
' four years are to be ((injected Sep-
tenber 12 to "defeaee test" uroogn :
t'.'V nationwide demonstration. The day
m selected as the fcixth anniversary
of the battle of St MihieL It alao
fVerfll be General Pershing's aiit-
u (t lourtk birthday the normal age of
4 h retirement from active service for
'.'aray and navy offleera.
W' ' Secretary Weeke announced today
that President Ooolidge had author-
ked the war department to proceed
. with the defense teat project on which
tue general staff bas been
i. several months. The war
emphaiiiied that the purpose
. .v nemonairauon was iu
tiablir of the olena and
'iwhich American armies will be raised
. in anv future war emeriencr.
The test will be confined to the
j aexoai moDiuiauon oi ids rrawar
r it Army nationsl guard and reserve
v ' oalcer skeleton which compose the
peace time organised reserve to be
supplemented by such voluntary n-
' ' roihnent of man power to fill up the
reserve unite as esch community over
the country msy decide upon for lt-
Self. In some esses reserve officers
';''' probably will enroll volunteers and
I assemble them to explain just what
aa actual mobilisation would require.
. K-w-ouier esses iu issi wui consist
ce-operation of Htats and municipal
- anthoritiee and civic societies.
;''''' The striking difference between the
:incthod by which the United States
Mobilised for the world war and the
plan worked out since lies in the
-.-': complete decentralisation of all tbe
early stages of mobilisation now con-
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working lor s 4 t I
secretary fa W f
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r 11. ' I i! i I' 1 r fl l)ll li' A. 1 J J
i . i it t.i-f wsre.vis.a.''.r3.-r. j.sh
post surf nets.
The photograph shows the beginning of the dedication of the Houston Scottish Rite cathedral. Sam
P. Cochran sovereign grand Inspector-general Scottish Rite for the Southern Jurisdiction who directed
the ceremony it standing behind ths altar. Standing with him Is Q. A. Brandt grsnd maeter of Masons In
Texas. Next to him Is W. S. Kldd and Walter C. Tern pis In ths order named. On ths opposite side Or
George Butts Is ssated next to Mr Coehran and the next Is John W. Howerth. A number oi other promi
nent Masons were on ths stags with Mr. Cochran.
Sid. "provides for industrial and
' community co-operation and tbe ei-
i ; ercise of decentralised authority by
ussy elements national.
municipal and private that it is de-
j elrable to portray the functions and
. saissiona of each of these agencies
civil ss well as mOitsry. The 'do-
;' fense test' should iilustrats to dti-
1 sens and communities the initial ser-
vices required for nationsl defense.
;.-. "Th demonstration will be local
" to nature and wilt not Involve any in-
t creased expenditures of public funds.
So far as practicnble arangements
. and ceremonies will be in accordsnce
.'J with tbe wishes of local civil commit-
es as us war department only de
sires an opportunity to illustrate in
: Ma Mfnmunlt th. n4 I. .
kr piD1 for national defense."
L ' " Wsr deDartment nffleisla art knn.
V fl that a movement to make the day
. a of patriotic celebration will be
'. " Widespread and are certain they will
. obtain much information of value in
. connection with further elaboration
. defenae plana.
This Man Tried
I; To Take Booze
(g? Over tq Mexico
i : SAJTBEbflTO Texas. May 14- -A
i: funny story came out of Brownsville
when (Be.aorsplete reversal of the
nsusl illicit liquor traffic along tbe
border was brobgbt to light Sunday
' ' When United States Customs Inane.
i : . Jpr WiVuun Neaie arrested a maa at
' tot fernr in DOSsession of four nmrti
of mescal which he was endeavoring
to amuggle into Mexico. He will sp-
paar before the federal court Wheth-
f. Or the man got "cold feet" after get-
ting the wet goods In America and
wl- was endeavoring to rid himself of the
contraband or whether hie pro-
: farket hd vanished wss not
1 - j""0 but customs officials de-
t Stare It is agatnat their policy to per-
mit Matamoroe to be flooded with
fsanraled llmim mm . i. . t t
y Statei lJmlca
' v . t l n
. Meet to Open in Austin
; ' AiocUtH pr.M Rpft.
;-f AtSTTN Texaa. Mar 14.-The at-
S' Otnde of the Cumberland P.km
i an church on Ue fvndamentaflst-
i ; modernist Usne Is to be declared in
v IBS national .i. .
- - - w-tmvm vi lam
en arena mm i . .
Vrjw- The report of a committee
whicb has been inveetiaarine for a
- Fear tbe relative merits of this con-
a : uwversr -is tn h k.ni ..j j.i.
- UU Ml UV1V
fte are then to wof thsrir mtmnA
ya4tmrdlDff to church leader nth.
' . . . wiirrjuuoa.
W VBUITD W1U DA m tlnit im rkas M
ftf firmaHAn t lm .i j .
- r. va. SVSS VVUBVVJg TSIi.Tes QQO
' w The natloaal meeting of the wo.
r convention of the church start-
V today and will run almalu-
. TMOUalv With tka
v The principal action taken at the
women s convention n
'rr.. . ennrcu sena American rep- and heating.
..-u..c io cnmpiete rae mlsstoa
: k strnnixatkm in China. h. n.
t sussion stations have been eatah-
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7" t'iwp oi -moaersror
-'" wm. B'M tomorrow afternoon. The
: position is now held bv the Rr r
. P. Johnson of Tennessee.
lira. Mary Oraf of Indiana tress-
nrer of too women s omaitU ...
senei a aaea balsnre in th ni...
f . gcasaryaftcr tXflOO had been spent
Ths Heights Juslor Qlrl Reserves
club will Dresent a ilay. "The Case
of Sophronla" at 8:10 o'clock today at
the tieifbts ctanior lilgb school for
the Denem of tbe fund to seud a dele'
gate to the national conference in
Colorado in June.
Charles L. Vv ..... president of
the farmers' Mstioual bank of liren-
Itaiu is ui llousiuu viaituia Uls biuui
era John Asu sud Horace VVukiiis
oi tne Biaie jatiouai ouua. Mr. Wii-
auis is urging tlie uuproveaieut u( a
stretcn oi road between lletnpsieau
and the iirasos rivrr to couuect wiu
the Wsshington county concrete high-
way so that automobile travel oe-
twsea Houston anu iireufaum will he
posaibls regardless of weather vouui-
Plant far ths sew buildings of the
Texas State Teachers' college at
Kingsville to be erected at a cost of
Ooow.UW are being uiawu uy hiiuress
et Cato architect. of tiouston. Erec-
tion ot the college buildings proper
will be begun in beptemoer. Tbe new
home for tbe preuueul to be occu-
pied by H. U. Couuns former super-
uitsndent of schools here will be fin-
ished in 30 uuya according to JL. Q.
Federal Jedie J. C. Hutchesoa Jrn
recaiied from the Brownsville term
of court Wedueeday by anxiety over
tbe illness of bisather Captain J. (J.
liutvheiHin discovered his coudition
much unproved ou his arrival here.
Uaptaln Hutcneson is planning a trip
10 nis summer home in Uhstutnooga
Tenn. ou which Judge Hutciiesou
may accompany him. Trial of crimi
nal cases in Brownsville will be re
sinned Monday. With the exception
of 11. M. Holden district attorney
other federal officials remained In
Mr. and Mrs. Prtak Hagea are the
parents of a nine-pound baby girl.
Mr. listen is customs inspector at
tne port oi Houston.
T. R. Haaoock prasldaat of S. Sgit
eovk'h A Co. and Captain 11 A. iuer
rill were in Houston Wednesdsv from
Galveston. They visited the office of
B. M. Blootnfieid vice preeident and
AS GIRL SLAYER
Associated Press Report.
PBTOB Okls. May 14. Search
for another Indian in connection with
the murder last Saturday night of 0
ear-old Ina Thompson nesr Saline
nounced at the office of Sheriff Jena
)kla. was stsrted today ft was an-
I.syton. The Indian Is being
ss a result of statements of one of
the men in custody it wss sslri.
Charles Tats snd High Chicken
arrested following tbe finding of tbe
girl's mutilated body in the Spavinaw
hills near tbe home of her grand-
father where she resided have been
Stop Cochran and fill Stick both
Indians are held. Cochran la charged
with murder. No charges have been
lodged against Stick.
An effort was made by Sheriff
Layton today to question Cochran but
he refused to give any information.
Dan Bnnay who was questioned re-
garding the crime was not arrested
snd after his questioning he assisted
In the hunt for the men who were sr-
reated. Honey's continued presence
st the scene of the investlgstion led
to tne erroneous announcement that
ne had Been arrested. Honey is
ladles In the claae. Miss Dprlne Bas-
slxt valedictorian and Miss Mihiead
'On- To-London 9
Head Radio Bill
An artists' concert featuring solo
ists and musical numbers of tbe Hous-
ton Advertising associations "On to
fjondnn" revue will be broadcast over
WEV Ilurlburt-Still Electric com-
pany at 8 p. m. today. All members
of the cast snd chorus hsve been asked
to meet at the broadcast studio to
hear tbe concert. The program fol-
lows: (.'horns "Dear Old London" and
"Houston Booster Hong" the ensem-
ble. Tenor "The Love Walts"' Ru-
dolph Coles Duets "I'm in Love With
Tou" and "Walts of Long Ago"
Itirbter Sisters and chorus nolo
"Hula Lou" Oeorge Murray. Quar-
tet "Gypsy Love Song" Dale O.
Kogers John Stiers Page Rogers and
Dr. Earl Hhay. Saxophone "Somebody
Stole Mv UaL". "It Ain't Gonna Rain
no More" Jimmie Michael. Sonrnno
'U'k. k r ... rt.ini. fi
Fern Hichter and chorus. Baritone
selected John Stiera. Topical sopg
"My Home Town." Charles J. Gebsen-
danner Mrs W. P. Clamp accompan
hit. Solo Suwanea River Blues" Miss
Ruth Patterson. Finals "Learn to
Do tbe Strut" ensemble.
The program will be on 860 meters.
WEV is broadcasting weather re-
porta at Wa. m. and 0:30 p. m.
WASHINGTON. May 14. Post-
masters nominated by President Cool-
idge today Included Alike U. Ubarp.
"Seven Federal Officers
v Face Pro Indictments
Associated Press Report
' KANSAS CTTT. Mo May 14.
perea men. urea of them federal pro-
hibition ageata. three former agents
" iwnw uoiieo state marshal
were named hi 10 indictmente re-
' turned hero today by the federal grand
fury investigating prohibition viola-
- A blanket indictment charred mn.
' Piracy extortion sad saeooragemoot
. of the sals of honor.
Another hlanVnt im&ebmmmt mAm
virtually the same charge indading
i u noic
general manager of Daniel Ripley &
io. ana caned on other shipping offi
Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Voglsr 413
Archer street announce the birth of
a son James Aeal born May Vi.
Stanley Thomstoa lawyer office
333 Commercial Bank Bide.: Pr. 22U2
Specialty divorces and criminal cases.
It la ths desire and policy of H. O
Hook's Garage. 1012-18 Dallas ave-
nne Preston 1198 to extend to it
enstomere tne maximum of Berries
ana every courtesy witbin its nower.
Storage by day week or month. Adv.
Frsd N. Lsaaa for better plumbizut
uaaiey tos. Adv.
Or. J. t Oedee chiropractor 908
ansa sve adu a. rres. 0379. Adv.
Baths aad maitai Drs Dodge ft
Dodge. 908 Ruak Ave Apt S. P. 0373.
Dr. Jsha R. Rlcker pyorrhea and
concomitant diseases. V26 Bankere
uortgage Uidg. f bono Preston b&H.
tie axarshal ia I
Bill Affecting Interstate
Commerce Before Senate
WASHINGTON. May 14. The sen-
ate resumed consideration today of the
Gooding bill to limit the powers of
me inisrnaie commerce commission
In allowing railroads to deviate from
the long and abort haul requirements
of the interstate commerce act in
The aropoaal had been Bached for.
ward 41 an amendment to the pending
army appropriation bilL Republican
leader indicated today that a point of
order would be raised against it on
the pound that It would be general
legislation on an annrenriaUAn hill
Proponents of the proposal aaserted.
i S.P. Company Authorized o'lTT:.
; io Issue Certificates
vvBvtii3iu3r Mar 14. The
-Weathers Pacific company wss aa-
k narisod by the fntemtato Commerce
CoasmUaioa today to iaaw $11640-
000 of ewHipmeirt trust eortifieaUa ta
v mg ax W iXJ
per cent f par for
ELQIN QRAOUATINQ CLASS.
ELGIN Texas May 14. The
graduating exercises of the Elgin
High school will be held May 27 at 8
a. a. at the new Baotist church wit.
a da composed of 29 member. 20
airla and nine boy with hat.
V . : 1 actscua aa aaiatatorisa being yoaag I
Is Springtime Your
DOES spring find you all worn out miserable with
daily backache tortured with aharp paina? Are
you dull tired and dispirited? Nerves "all un-
strung?" Do you wonder why springtime is such a happy
time for others yet finds you ao tired weak and all
There must be a cause! Likely your kidneys are not
properly filtering the poisons from the blood. Nerves
and blood are apt to be upset by these toxins. Then
comes lameness soreness and stiffness; constant back-
ache rheumatic twinges headaches dizziness and kid-
Don't risk serious kidney trouble! Begin using Doan's
Pills today. Doan's are especially for weak kidneys.
They have helped thousands. Ask your neighbor 1
"Use Doan's "Say These Houston Folks:
OKO. W. CLSSURY. City
Firemen sot Sawyer street
saye: "My back gave me
the . worst trouble beeauee
there waa a ateady dull
ache through the emell of K
that kept me In suspense
harp twinges of pain eelzstf
me In my baetc and my kid.
neya aoted too freely. I had
to get up eeveral tlmee at
nlgnt te pee trio kMney .
eretlene. I ueed about three
boaee of Doan's Ills and
they practically cured mo."
' MRS. F BARROSO T711
Freeman etreet aayei "I
had trouble with a heavy
dull aehe acroee my kidneys
t h a-t heft eenelderably.
When I get up In the mem.
In my baek wss ea lame
and sore I could hardly
mevt out of bed. I had ter.
rlbl tteadaehe and my kid.
ney dldnt . act property.
Afterl beei Oean'e Fills
my - kidneys began to sot
right and the hurting laft
my baek. have never felt
better in my Ufa sine using
Stimulant Diaretic to the Kidneys
At ail aee-'era. see a bsm. rsfr.MIUnr Co.. Utg. ckemlsta Battale Jt. X.'
A controversy which ' tor ' rral
weeks has UreaUned deata U te
waaoingtoa avaaao paring project
was apparently settled In the office
oi Mayor uoioomb Wedueeday alter
Tbe mayor held a conference with
a committee representing various
gro party owners oa Washington sre-
n between Houston avenue and Yau
street who have- been objecting to ss
assessment of SO S froat foot lot par
ing In froat of tbeir premises. They
asked tnet tne assessment do
S3.H1 per froat foot.
teesment at $7 per foot later reduc-
ing It to $6 and the mayor declared
before tbe city council last Monday
afternoon that rather than come down
any lower be would offer a plan te
pave ienier strew instead oi vvasn
At the conclusion of the conference
Wednesday he was optimistic over the
situation and aaid that the objectors
nan "practically" agreed to pay S3
a front foot.
The Washington paving project was
Started when tbe city and county
agreed to contribute $00000 each. The
iroteotlng property owner contended
hat the city should not anoly its do
nation on ths cost of drainage and of
paving street intersections.
Police Get Copies of Law
On hire Right-of-Way
Ordinances directing that firemen
shall have the rirht of wsv and that
au a rivers of vehicles shall go to the
euro ana remain mere wnue rire ap-
paratus is passing and that no vehicle
shall be driven over fire hose or get
In the way of notice or fire official!
... .. i - . -
wnue the utter are oa duty were dis-
tributed In printed form to police of-
The rules were printed at the re-
uest of Police Superintendent T. CJ.
Prowler Gets Watch $40
As Owner Leaves Home
Mrs. 0. Wood and Mr. B.X. Fore
man went to tbe drug store at 11 p.
m. Wednesday night. When they re-
turned to Mrs. - Wood's home. 025
eet Nineteenth street S40 and s
rist watch were mlssini
made his haul without waking eixf chil-
A prowler entered tbe honseJ1 and
ren that Wer enleep. Mrs. Foreman
waa visiting at the house.
Report Good Catch
The first fishing trip of the season
to Galveston bay was reported
Wednesday when a group of Hous-
ton sportsmen made a catch wbirh ln
eluded R4 mackerel and 4 jack fish.
Included in the party wers Dr.
Beardea D H.
Arnold. Dr. P. O.
Coor. It Miller. Andy
ancaetcr Karl (Juase and O. L.
Spirit o FrienUme;PeOTeates ' Abn City
Union unpidyec Annual tienetit rrolic; Mayor
l Siuum VYUigci uiu'ttvcrvugur g i io.
By H JBCRT R0UUEU .
A rood poaro4 through the dtp
auditorium Wednesday night bat it
was box a iiooa or water u was a
flood of 5 ass music- and it found tbe
city's -ditch diggers with aaworried
brows applying themselves to tbe
shuffle instead of theshovd.
A large crowd of young men who
wouian t enow wc and of a Pca to
take bold of and several hundred
pretty girls shuffled with them. Mayor
iioieotnoe ana uommisuoner nnttoa
agreed that this veer's ditch diggera'
ball was far mors successful than ths
1 . rt.L
vh new wn mi . in oiitjvr Jrvui
etated a street worker whom be firod
two months ago as the result of a
quarrel with Mr. Brittoa. There wa
oca a spirit of (rtendlineee and good
win In ths sir that somebody suggest'
ed that Hyd Brown's Jibs band be en-
eased to Dlav at aver dtr aouifcll
Tbe mayor waa chairman of tbs
reception committee snd did hie beet
to make everybody feel at borne. Thia
required about 800 handshakes and
an un totaled number of smiles and
noda at tbe entrance.
' Cob Pipes la Evldesos. .
Inside the auditorium wa groomed
for the occasion aa hall ueed to be
groomed when it waa considered pret
ty daring to dance the two-step.
There waa cora meal on the floor.
The balance of the reception commit-
tee waited there for the guests snd
they were rest ditch digger or at
least real laborer with their hand.
Some of them had en ehoe to which
tbe dnat and dirt still clang snd one
or two smoked cob trine: but they
had Brighter eye than those lof most
of the people tbey greeted and tneir
face wore the deep tan which I good
ta look uDon. and which nature con
fers only upon men able to stand up
to her buffeting day in and day out.
Proceeds from tne oatt wui go into
the sick and death benefit fund of
the City Employee union to which
practically ail manual laborers for the
municipality belong. Mayor Holcombe
in a speech preceding tbe dancing
paid a tribute to these silent and un.
seen toilers stating mat inoir an-
nual frolic should be given the. same
enthusiastic support accorded tbe
firemen's and policemen's ball.
Tea Vaudeville Acts.
Between tbe dancea wers sand-
4h mA in varfrill arta. nrssentinc
member of the Prince nd Coxy the-
ater troupes and various amateur
entertainers. Among t.he latter were
lliss Annl nary nanom ins men-
tor sisters. Eileen Terry. Mire J. B.
Wrlrht. Frttsch and Lynn Mlea Bil
n TnAA Arthur Tnc and company
Orill O'Reilly Bud Randolph and
Oeorge White and Jimmie nansom.
Tb vaudeville penormancw was ui
rmrtkll hv Drill I KCU1V.
The street worker reinstate! oy tne
manr mim JfPK BerTT. I III ma-
missal occurred aa the reeult of aa
alleged speech at a meeting oi tne
- :..i--.V '
darnst which H waa charged
that he nlaoed his heads behind bis
aaea and insinuates taat tne ty so-
ministration had Its hands in the'aami
positioa. Coeaai lesion er Brittoa wa
prssont at ths meeting hat failed to
report tne incident sod when a earn
to the saayor thraiawh another chan
nel it brought cm a bitter quarrel ia
wwen ue mayor tola sir. jfrtttoa
never to eater bis office sgain except
by invitation. The mayor ordered the
eommtesioaer to drop Berry froat tbs
pay rou. -. .
Wednesday blaht Borrv wa ores
eat at the bail and be aM the mayor
as siM ax .asBS
I never bad sesa Berry whea
discharged him" ths mayor said
afterwards "if I had 1 doa'f think
I would have dons it'
Legion Mernbers See
"The rWiipping Boss
Members of Max Autrey. post No
S77 American Legion witnessed i
p re-view of "The Whipping Boas" at
tb Irie theater lata Wednesday
nignt. Member er ta Ladies' aux
iliary snd city officials bad been In
vited to witness tbs film snd a good
Tbe Dicture will be shosra at ths
Iris theater the last week in May or
tne tirst week in June iti 1 based
on tbe sensational revelations made
in Florida concerning cruelties prac-
ticed oa prisoners wbo fell into the
ciutcnes ot oratsi convict guards and
Tbe story is atlrrinar In ita action
and powerful la Its appeal.
Money derived from the film will
be applied to tbs peat's building fund.
Standard Oil Earnings
Increase Report Shows
Associated Press Report
NEW YORK. Mav 14 Desnlts tha
depression In the oil ' industry last
ear the Standard Oil Company of
few Jeraev increased its total earn
ings more than 110000.000 to $50-
208.282 A. C. Bedford chairman
reported to stockholder today. Gross
income from operation totaled $287-
884410 and the surphi at the end of
tbe year amounted to S23L424.069.
gain of 12288461 over 1022. Div-
ii! ' l'' 1 t ' r f'.'i ft-
k . I .1.1 '1
i t i t- . .wi.Urfsadmf
a lveri-e in r: ; r - . rs reflect-
ed an imiprovemeut iir. lr lord said
tbe prev!iug level of market price
wss ii lu.H-irnt to provuio a returs s
upoa tue rapiial investment coSiBrja- .
urate with tb hazardous cbarsetef
of the enterprise.' " j
Doesn't hart ons Mrf Dron a Htt
Treesone" on sa aching cora. In star
ly that corn atopa hurting then shor
yon lift It right off with fingers.
lour a ru xt isc sen a tiny pottle
Treesone" for few cents.' aoffide
to remove every hard corn soft cor
or corn between tb toe . and the fo
calluses without serenes oa irrit
Lgrt Ysr mrrwr IVav Rossilt.
Writ for Ubra Trial Oftar.
Tear balr seed aot thla ei aoraead sw
bseease ksld. lor than Is way Vs' .
tbe ssierebe that oaexnntho aMr. 1
tlffareat metaadV tbe Pajtsaaafudl.
Hair Drill It wuVUp tblswloe) tn
hair Mtelaes fclr art fjinAMftkna kca.
! aarkea gray law tooreataaed
iaereaatas e4daeeb by an sOilas
releasing life or tbe bsar far smo aa
wemsa. im rear sum aew batseo St la
te late tor tkie liberal trial oaac . )
AYMES CO. ttw N. Robs at H-U'
Many of tht
THIS ; SEASON
" Wi'irp miking a specialty of mid-sum-v
mcr suits to measure made in
oar own shops
FINEST IMPORTED MOHAIRS
POPLAIRE SUN COOL
A New Cloth
IMPORTED SHANTUNG SILK
OUR FEATURE VALUE
An Imported Tropical Worsted
All Priced at $55.00 the Coat and Pants
IMPORTED PALM BEACH CLOTH
IMPORTED LINENS AND POPLINS
$25.00 and $35.00
FINEST IMPORTED SILKS
SILK MIXED TROPICAL'
$75.00 and $100.00
Ws arc also Exclusivs Houston Dealers for
TERRY A JUDEN CO.
Famous Makers of Wash Suits to Meaguxa
from $17.60 up
410 Main Street
Drawing roonv on tntt
New York and
New Orleans Lnniteu
.' via .
Lwnwilla VNaahTga R. Rr
Laassjs Now OrWao SM p . K '
aMrftt iww nm3mk 9$xn le pv .
Arrreosa Wow YorfcaaU A.M. "
AaMitfasvtl Thropgp Slaebera ;
taara Wow CMoaaa fc30 A. M.
Anfswha Waw York fc4 A. H.
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The Houston Post. (Houston, Tex.), Vol. 40, No. 41, Ed. 1 Thursday, May 15, 1924, newspaper, May 15, 1924; Houston, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth610571/m1/4/: accessed January 23, 2019), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; .