The Houston Post. (Houston, Tex.), Vol. 25, Ed. 1 Monday, April 19, 1909 Page: 4 of 12
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HOUSTON PAILY POSTi MONDAY MORNING.' APIflL 10 10OD. : : x
Odldls and Ends Sale Today arid Tomorrow
We are 'going to step out of the every day way of Jewelers in offering specials to the public. On entering our store you will notice the "delight
of every shopper the BARGAIN COUNTER. We have gotten together an enormous stock of goods Odds and Ends Silverware and Cut
Glass China Marble Art Ware in fact articles of almost every description all marked AT and BELOW COST. We list a few as follows:
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Onc-lialf (li)7cn Orange Blossom Extra Heavy Dessert-
spoons i$J.V0O iloen regularly 1 set $7.50
Five Lemonade .Spxns (regular price $ 1 . 50 each)
One extra heavy New Cambridge Tomato Leeker
(regular price $7001. each $3.25
One Heavv Weight Crumb Scraper (regular price
$S.50i. each $6.00
One Kxtra Heavy Serving Spoon (regular price
$150 '. $6.00
One Fxtra Ice ("ream Knife (regular price $8.00). $5. 50
ine J-piece Carving Set ( regular price $8.50) . . . .$5.00
Two heavy Sardine Forks (.regular price $2.5)
each ' $1.50
ino extra heavy Mustard Sxxin (regular price
( W Sugar Shell.
One four-piece Smoking Set (regular price
jC.rOOi. c.'inplete $13.50
One Heavy Napkin King (regular price $.100) . .$1.25
And very many other rare bargains on display.
NO GOODS CHARGED.
415 MAIN STREET
We have made reductions and offered bargains such as have neverbeen done
TRIP TO LA PORTE
j FOR EXCURSION
JCommittees for the Occasion Named
and an Interesting Program Has
- Been Announced.
Jkmngempnt9 have been "nmpited aA
tho program announced for tv.e excursion
to Sylvan Bearh on 3an Jacinto Day.
Wednesday. April Z. for tl: lneflt of
tbe Faith Home. The train wi:i !ave
the. Grand Central Jepot at s a m. an.l
1J0 p. m. returning will leave Sylvan
Beach at 5.30 r m- and l. p. m Rund
tlif tickets for fifty oenta will le on sai
Bt the Southern Pa ift- ticket office.
Lory Bros.'. Rouse IruK store. Tuxedo
clear store and the Massey business col-
The committees in charge of the excur-
sion of which Mrs G S. Shannon is
noadnran are as follows:
Executive n'mtiunt Jlrs. It F.
ems Mrs. K. A Reto.-.ardt. Mrs. Car-
Walker Mrs. M. E. Brvan an.i Miss
Transportation committee William Ma-
ar U. S. Shannon c. A. Anilrus am; F.
Advertising committee Mrs. O S Phan-
fenon. H. T. Warner ar.l i". H Abbott.
Refreshment comnmu-e Mrs. C A.
Voting contestMe81arr.es Goodman
Walter Koppe. tf pence and P. . k-r
Grounds committee Mrs w::iram Ma-
ther Mrs. Wili Bottler. Mr. M K. Bryan
nd Mrs. Thomas McGonigie.
Dancing Archie Ar.dersun. Jr. chalr-
tnan. A number of the leading merchants of
Houston have agreed - lose their stores
t 1 o'clock on We!n-s.iay In order to
jie their emph-yes an "Pf-ortunity to go
to La Porte and spend li e afternoon
. The program for the day is as follows:
(cut glass donated l.y Ml-s Levy pentle-
tneo's prize one dnen photographs do-
nated by rtla.-kturn
Price waltz Ladies' prize handsorr-e
ijapenese vase donated hy J. J. .Sweetie1.-
frentiemen s prize t-l 01 jar. by J L
Baseball at 11 a. m -Masse y Duslnea
College vs Houston Heigi.ts for a i.and-
Baseball at 5 p m . Houston High
;Bchool vs. St. Mary's Seminary of 1-a
Porte; prize one dozen photographs by
suss Katherine Henderson is chalrm.in
.tof the field xntests m.d games whi-in
rv announced as follows:
Men's shoe race Si'ver cuff buttons by
Hutchinson M.f hell.
wui paper oj iiat.'j4ru rauii alio v a.i
Human wheelbarrow ra.-e Candy by
Egg and sio.n ra- e Knife by Adoue-
Potato ra e for txys and iTirls Box of
Hoop race for :r! Rox of randy by
Apple eating content Silver.
v Floor diiri on;.-! s.i- er.
Boys' rarp. unci' r :j yars Silk tie by
1 oms ra " i.n ir u cars- Picture r.y
Boys' rare as VI n ; v-ary-Pal! arl
Basket hall -Woman" AthMi-- club
captains. Misses Gertr-j'ie Wani nr.3 Ij;-
. Military contest Wtt. a r.'B A ' h'eti r ub.
Sld pin by Pen HarWs.
Tug of war--Y"Urnr Mt;' '"hristiar. A-s-podation
team rfrsrirrfitr. ;
u v t. lot r in i ; it . i i : ' i ' rjtipn
tKe donkey prejter:t1 t y S: -nf Ai.r:-rsron.
Will be awanled to wj-x j-opular Voy
-or airi on thv ground.
the baby ahow asFirJt-) hy Mr-1 '
Gordon will recivp er t riet a- -uri.r -.sr To
claaaeF. Sorn- of the prizes to .e Hv.aple.1
wm.- rhIM B at it ct ' --.!- c. t A a a. 1
ty L. Lerhf-neer; V?- - t bv M:trot-
Munn company ; Ki : -y :. hy H -st r-n
ahoe atore; Kol.j rinir hy Mrs Wi'.i Hot-
tier and many othr jTizj
-Ttie students an-1 ex-t';ient! of the
Maseey bupin?ss ( oiieK )iave arK re-
served for them on t!.- train iav ng :i'
9:90 a. m. and can se- 11 re ttckts for t::
excursion from Prof. J. W. Foote. Th.-
''Crisp Bits of Toasted Corn"
r -Tke Tastt Liaers"
Popular pkg 10c; Large Family
. size 15c.
um Cereal Company. Ltd.
Battle Creak Mich.
a iji - mi : zr- x
- - - ' - . " "' 1
Photo by Blesslngton.
Fannin School Manual Training Exhibit Which Was Awarded Honorable Mention Yesterday by a
Committee Appointed by the Teachers Institute
party -Ail be haverone-1 hy Prof. J. W.
F'.cte. Messrs i( A MtKtnney. N. R.
Ainsviort!.. X. i"o!!ler. L. A. M:!ler. Misses
P. MrlK-eiwai and Mne Bridges and Mea-
thiroe Ki.o'ies anil South.
Those In charge tf the excursion be-
lieve that the water will be warm enough
for bathing while for those v.1 o do not
c-re to take a dip. fishing orabbing and
sa.llr.g w:!l afford muoh pleasure.
Choral Club Meets Today.
This afternoon the Women's Choral
cl ib will meet at Its regular rehearsal
jUft. the Lutheran church. Mrs. W H.
K;rkland the club's president requests
that all the members of the executive
cvrnmlttw come together at 3:30 and that
ti.e full body of the rlub's active mem-b-rhlp
rome at 4 o'clock.
.me t'Uslness matters of prime f m-
p rtan"- will be submitted to the club at
today's meftlne. whtrh is the last of tr.ls
s-asn before the annual elation of offi-
cers which takes place one week from
Saturday Evening's Enc:re3.
In answer to questions concerning th
encore selections of Messrs. Russell and
Vf-:is at the Choral club concert on Sat-
urday evening thia is written.
Mr. Wells responding to the applausive
clamor of the people after hi? superb
singing of the "Swan's Death Song"
gav "Wooing." And the triple encore
f'-ilowtr.e his group of German songs wag
rou"t usT-fl of Hammond's eerily Interest-
ing setting to "The Rony Fiddler" the
' May Time" and "The Elfman." a cun-
ning little composition of his own.
H1 ncoe after the English gr-iip 'as
"Pi. y 111 Hath Such Charming Grares."
The si: ger had an ldf-1 accompanist in
Alexar. ipr Rupell. Mr. Russell's own
solo r: oreR a -ess ions were a repetition
of .f f'h'ipin's n'mler. "The Dew-
drop " anl that fasinattng nlmer that
he graclniMy mv as lagniappe after the
Rubinstein etude was a comp'isitlon of
TO THE BATTLEGE 0TJND.
Members of Launch Club Will Meet
at Harrisburg for the Tnp.
On Wednesday morning. April 21. every
member -f the Houston Launch club who
expects to participate In the rlub's run
to the Sn Jacinto battleground Is ex-
pected with his boat at the Harrisburg
wharf not later than 10 o'clock it being
the Intention of tla club tp clear for the
middle lower ship channel shortly there-
after. In addition to the usual program
for such an occasion it Is learned that
there wiil probably be several races
among the smaller craft topped off with
a spread by the ladies' auxiliary. Fish-
ing crabbing buat riding and the other
forms of water sports will be indulged
In. Numbers of other vessels besides
those In th flotilla of the Houston
Launch club will probably also attend
the celebrations at the battlefield
Avoid headache. Impurities of the blood
constipation by taking GRANDMA S
TEA. Best laxative for children. Pleas-
ant to take: sweeten and drink aa ordi-
nary tsv AU druggiftta
Four dozen Ropers Pinner Forks (regular $6.50
dozen kind) dozen $4.00
Four and one-half dozen Dessertspoons Rogers
(regular $5.50 dozen kind) dozen $4.00
One and one-half dozen Tablespoons Rogers
(regular $6.00 kind) dozen $3.50
Seven Fancy Butter Knives Rogers (regular
price 35c) each 20c
Six Fancy Sugar Spoons Rogers (regular
price 35c) each 20c
Fight Fancy Cream Ladles Rogers (regular
price 35c) each 20c
All other Ladles Rogers plate 1847. at cost
One Gold Lined Quadruple Fruit Bowl
( regular price $'.00) $3.75
Two Sou) Tureens quadruple plate (regular
price $10.50). each $6.75
One Russian Coffee Pot (regular price $5.00. . .$3.00
As well as Butter Dishes Fern Dishes Ice Tubs
Jewel Roxcs Coffee Fots Water Pitchers Trays.
At the Prince This Week.
At the Prince theater Wednesday night
and Thursday matinee and night Lew
Dockstader s minstrels. Sunday night
and Monday matinee and nigh! Emm;i
llunting In "Anita the Singing Girl" and
"In the Bishop's Carriage."
At the Vendome.
Houston's newest heater the Vendome
threw open its doors to the public last
night and two capacity audiences wit-
nessed the clever vaudeville performance
that had been provided. Constructed on
the ai.-dome principle with a commodious
little stage ar.d appropriate scenery the
acts were well staged and seemed to
please the audience in every particular.
Rogers and Leipr.a opened the bill with
a noveity sinking and dancing sketch
which went wili a hurrah. The business
of the dummy well conceived and got
a roar of laugater which was evidently
the result most desired.
Klisla Tennant sang sacred solos and
was given an enthusiastic reception.
Luring the balance of the week sTie will
devote her attention to ballads.
Edwanie and Clarendon displayed the
test singing and dancing turn seen out-
Side the larger theaters this wasun an 1
the dancing of the male member of the
team is good enough tor any stage. The
team kept the audience In "a continuous
nppie of merriment during the time
their act was on.
The Shroys are good character changf
artists and Breaken and Hail present a
dramatic sketch entitled "His Ward s In-
genu.ty.'' Th present bill will run all week.
One of the best features of the house
is the t-teep slant given the floor en-
abling the btage to be aeen from every
seat :n the theater.
PEESS AGENTS' NOTICES.
The grpateiu single performer in vau-
deville will be the headllner on next
week s bill. He is Henri French anil
could (five a whole show by himself. Mr.
French is an Imitator of celebrated com-
posers and bandmasters a magician and
an acrobat as y-li. Hut tilers !ire many
other strong attractions in addition to
the great Henri French Vaudevilles
foremost Juveniles the Two I'ucks. will
present their character changes and ec-
centric singing and danc.ng; and the
beautiful idyl of the mountains cal.ed
"A Christmas-on the Omstock." will bt
presented by those well-known legitimate
stars. Mon1a Cilendower and Ray M&nion
who will be welcomed in the Lone titar
State In the line of Instrumental music
It would be hard to find a trio more
capab.e than the Imperial Musical TrloJ!
and as a treat for the children the beau-
tiful litTle fo terriers of Kurtts and
Bunse were enaaged. Whiting and Bro-
cee are two irirls who make a numter of
costume changes and dance In an exi-ert
and pleasing manner; and Miss Irer.e Re-
main the versatile English comedienne
w ho In addition to being talanted is con-
sidered the most beautiful girl In vau-
deville. The program will conclude as
usual with motion pictures and judging
from the high grade of the acts and the
pleasing vanity offered should be found
mbre than u.'ially satisfactory.
The great hnrl French is unquestion
ably the mostJversstlle performer on the
vaudeville ataA ana lucre are many woo
before. All marked in plain figures. Art Ware Copper Brass Graf t Ware have also been
think he has the greatest single act now
before the public. At all events Mr.
French has a wonderful reputation and
he must have extraordinary merit to
have won this far-reaching reputation.
He does many things and does them all
well and it Is usu.tlly considered that
when a man does one thlruj well he
ought to be satisfied. Mr. French im-
personates some of the world's greatest
composers and bandmasters such as
"Wagner Liszt Sousa and Creatore and
he also Impersonates lr. Jekyll and Mr.
Hyde showing the rrrvelous change
from one to the othe.. He also does
tricks of magic as well as some expert
unlcycle riding and fancy Juggling. In all
truth it can be said that he could give a
first -class vaudeville show by himself.
The man does such high-class work and
is so marvelouBly versatile that he pro-
duces a sensation in every city where
he appears and it often happens that
jeopie go to see him a halt doxen times
during the week.
Monda Cilendower and Ray Manlon are
two well-known stars who have deserted
the legitimate for vaudeville and so far
their success has been beyond their ex-
pecuu'o is. They are appearing In a
beautiful playlet called "a Christmas on
the Oomstock" and It gives both of the
principal opportunities for the display of
their histrionic talent.
Matinee dally 2.3. nights 8:30. Pbone
AT THE BIJOU.
Did you see the lireen-Eyed Monster"
at the Bijou last night. Somebody did
and if It wasn't you you couldn't blame
any one but yourself but don't fall to
k it before Wednesday afternoon as the
last performance of it will be given on
that day at the bargain matinee. Not
since the beginning of the Rentfrow
Stvk company's engagement has an au-
dience been so completely convulsed with
laughter as they were last night. "The
(Jreen-Kyed Monster" is positively the
funniest comedy presented to Houston
theatergoers In some time and the ver-
dict last night ua the most laughable
play ever presented on the Bijou stage.
The play contains a plot constructed for
laughing purposes only Thomas Potter
Hand; (Burt Hodgklnsi loves the some-
v hut ancient Mrs. Jugg (Miss ian
Hnt-au). he tells her of his love and re-
i ;ests a lock of her hair as a tender
token she takes off her chignon. Intend-
ing to comply with his request; he ap-
pears at an inopportune time demands
f. 1 treasure and In her "exoltement she
points to the chignon lying on the table.
He pounces upon It. and during the re-
mainder of the play the generous lock
of hair plays a prominent part and its
every appearance is the cause of out-
busts of laughter and applause. Miss
Adelaide Irving as Maudle lane gave a
most pleasing portrayal. Mr. Fred
Hartlett was excellent as Count Taffa
the pol'shed Frenchman. Allwyn King
as Sammy Turn Miss Hilda Berlin as
Mary Ann Dunn and Albert Dashlngton
a Danny Miles created lots of merriment
and gave exceedingly good Interpreta-
"The Green-Eyed Monster" is a little
different fr m anything yet offered by
the stock riompany but It seemed i tp
please Bijou patrons Immensely.
Temlght is ladles' night two ladles( or
one gentleman and ladv admitted on one
ticket. Beginning Wednesday night the
"New East Lynne."
CARD OF THANKS.
We wish to extend our heartfelt grati-
tude to the many friends and to the
several lodges for the kindness and sym-
pathy shown us in the loss of our be-
loved son. Jacob Gross.
Mr. and Mrs. F. Gross.
For an ambulance
call Preston 4(1.
Six onlv Hand-Painted "Limbges" 7j4-inch
Plates (regularly $2.00 each) each
l our only Hand-Painted "Limoges" 74-inch
Plates (regular $2.50 kind)
Three Fleavy Gold Encrusted 7-inch Plates
(regular $3.50 kind)
Three Heavy Gold Encrusted 5-inch Plates
(regular $1.75 kind)
One Heavy Gold Green 6j4-inch Plate
($3.50 regularly) each
Two beautiful Art Plaques (regular $3.50 kind)
Two Hand-Painted Cups and Saucers (regular
$2.50 kind) each
Two Heavy Gold Encrusted Cups and'Saucers
(regular $2.25 kind) each
One Heavy Encrusted Tall Footed Cups and
Saucers (regular $5.00 kind)
Two Gold Bordered A. D. Coffee (regular price
One only Heavy Gold Encrusted Celery Tray.
WAS SUCCESSFUL PICNIC
Local Order of Eagles Open San
San Jacinto Park for the
San Jacinto park was formally opened
for the 1J09 summer season yesterday
with a big picnic given under the auspices
of the local Eagles. There was a good
attendance upon the grounds at all times
of the day the crowds gathering with
more force on the approach of the even-
ing dances and the occasion proved a
success from all standpoints. W. F.
Clarke secretary of the order chairman
of the arrangements committee was la
Among the attractions of the early
hours was a children's race in which
there were quite a number of entries.
Others were: The shooting gallery knife
rack novelty booth old mill race chil-
dren's playground and "X-Ackley"
Sackett silhouettist the man who cuts
off heads. There was also a vaudeville
show on the grounds with singing danc-
ing and other of the usual accompani-
ments. The roller coaster was placed In
commission for the season.
Of the attractions much Interest cen-
tered in the novelty booth. It comprised
a most unique miniature fish pond with
metal fish each of which was numbered
an equivalent to a piece of the novelties
on display. :
It was learned yesterday that the park
management Is figuring on selling the big
aerial swing formerly operated near the j
middle of the swale opposite the build-
lng to make way for another attraction.
At night the elaborate electrical displays
about the grounds were turned on and
gleaming through the green of the pine
needles above the merry crowds the spec-
tacle was one most pleasing.
Music In the pavilion was furnished by
the Herb A Lewis orchestra. The dances
were well attended and the music scored
Mrs. Richard C. Bryan was awarded
first prize as the best lady dancer on
the floor; the best gentleman dancer was
Manager Beck of the Houston Electric
company has forces of men at work
clearing off all undesirable underbrush
and eyesores that have accumulated dur-
lna the winter period of Inactivity and
it Hajglven out that the pavilion with
portlonx-of the fences and several of
the other smaller buildings may receive
coats of new paint in the near future.
At any rate the park people will en-
deavor this year to make the place a
creditable attraction for Houston s pleas-
ure seeking population.
LEFT FOB SAN ANTONIO
To Attend Meeting; of the Daugh-
ters of the Coniederacy.
Twelve or fifteen resident Daughters ol
the Republic of Texas are expected to
represent San Jacinto chapter during the
regular annual convention of the general
association to be held at San Antonio
The following are expected to leave
Houston this morning for San Antonio
where they will be the guests of Alamo
&la?.on chapter: Mrs. J. J. McKeever
president t San Jacinto chapter; Miss
Belle Fenn treasurer of the general as-
sociation; Mrs. Charles H. Mllby secre-
tary of the general association; Mrs. M.
B. L'rwiti. member of the executive
board; Mrs. Will S. Cochran Mrs. C. D.
Martin. Mrs. Adelaide Kelly. Mrs. Peters.
Mrs. Laura Le Pert Hunter. Miss Anna
Bennett and others.
The visiting delegates will be tendered
an address of welcome by the mayor ot
San Antonio Tuesday night and there will
be a reception at the Manor hotel In
honor of the visitors. April 21 will be
given over to a general celebration of
San Jaclrto Day and an attractive per-
sonnel of speakers is calculated to make
doubly attractive the occasion.
The exercises will be extended through
Thursday though It Is anticipated that
most of the business in cinection with
the meeting will have been transacted by
that time. During the business sessions
reports will be heard from all officers of
the general association. Including those
of the secretary. Mrs. C. H. Mllby and
the treasurer Mies Belle Fenn of this
Mrs. M. K. Craig of Dallas who has
chaperoned parties to Europe the put
four years sill take a limited number
abroad this summer. Those Interested
address Miss Ona Brown (599 Swiss ave-
nue. Dallas) who has charge of prelimi-
nary arrangements. References required.
Special for Monday
A 2-Qnart Fosutaia OO-
Syriafe el OuC
This syringe is regular $1.25.
We gas.ra.ntee It for 12 months
HEYER'S DRUG STORE
1010 Capitol A tub
fin a nn lv Haivi nM mnnrimtfi1
(15.00 kind) $3.00
One only. Heavy Gold BneruBted Celery Tray
($6.00 kind) S?3.50
One onlv. Heavy Gold Encrusted Celery Tray
($5.00 kind) ffJi.SO
Four Hund-Palnted Limoges Bon-Bon Bankets
($3.00 kind) each 1.50
One Heavy Gold Encrusted Chocolate Pot (regular
price $11.00) JH0.5O
One Heavy Gold Encrusted 8uKr and Cream (regu-
lar price $fi.00) two pieces 3.25
One Beautiful Dutch niue Breakfast Set (regular
price $8.00) $5.00
Ono Hand-Painted Four-Piece Tea Set and Tray
(reKular price $28.00) 916.00
One Hand-Palntod Five-Piece Dresser Set (regular
price $8.00) 94.00
One Mayonnaise Set (regular price $1.50) 75
One Marmalade Jar (regular price $2.00) $1-525
Many more beautiful pieces as well as sets that this space
does not permit to be mentioned.
Beautiful Porcelain Miniatures Josephine Katherine
Head of Penn Mary Magdalen as well as Shadow Boxes
at and below cost.
Beautiful Marble Busts at ridiculous prices. All below cost.
PRINCE THEATER APRIL 24th
Saturday Matinee 2:30 p. m. and Night 8:30
By the "COSMOS CLUB"
For the Benefit of the United
Rare Musical Treat. Dazzling Costumes.
All-S tar Cast. Magnificent Chorus. The
Society Event of the Season.
Do You Like Moldy Hams
IF SO BUY FROM THE GROCER WHO
OFFERS YOU OUTSIDE BRANDS
If you want fresh prime stock mild cured and free
from mold insist on
Jasmine Bran d
I TWe Use Thls . pJw
U lo attract your attention to our ZjLS V
Cleaning Dyeing and Laundry Work C 'ifyVl
k Model laundry
With DYE WORKS " W I
Schuhmacher Grocer Co.
HOUSTON LA GRANGE EAGLE LAKE NACOGDOCHES
K0 PURCHASE TOO SMALL
H0 DISTANCE TOO FAB
Phone TJs Youi) Drug Want
Phone Preston 88.
NO GOODS EXCHANGED.
reduced 25 toSQ.
l A to 73 H. P.
Barden Electric and
109 Main Street
We Have Just Received a
Fresh Supply. The Qual-
ity Is Fine Prices Low.
Cave & Plunkett
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