The Houston Post. (Houston, Tex.), Vol. 31, No. 223, Ed. 1 Monday, November 13, 1916 Page: 3 of 10
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Leave earner Texas avenue and Main street for
ttalveeton daily ever hour on the hoar from 9
am to 11 pm inclusive. - Arrive from Galveston
daily every hour from t .45 am to IB. 49 sat
inclusive. Baggage cr roos Houston a am
U noon and T pm.
Provides every luxury and con-
venience known to flrst-clati
hotel service at prices that are
ROOMS WITHOUT BATHS
$1.50 and $2.00 per Day.
ROOMS WITH BATH
$2.00 per Day and Up.
The restaurant is known from
coast to coast because of its effl-
cient service and moderate tariff.'
Homer D. Matthews Mgr
Room with shower privilege. ..$1.00
Room with private bath .$1.90
QMAm with bath two -
persons $2.00 and $2.S(;
Cafe in Connection
f. A. HERVEY JR.. President"
ROOM AND BATH
$1.50 and up.
Without Bath $1.00
SENSIBLE PRICED CAPS. .
Music Lunch and Dinner
SATURDAYS 8:30 P. nL
Daley & Rutherford :;
Spanning the Continent
Are our lines both rail and water.
Wells Fargo speeds goods upon over
120000 miles of transportation llnea.
But the bigness of Wells Fargo's
scope does not prevent the rendering
of personal express service to the in-
dividual If you have a shipment
Wells Fargo will handle It with Inter-
ested hands it will arrive safe and on
Shall We Speed Your Goods
Wells Fargo & Company
wells Fargo Bldg.
Travis and Capitol
Texas Avenus snd Travis Street
ROOM WITH PRIVATE BATH
and CEILING FAN $1.5
CHARLES F. PARKER Manager
FIRST CHURCH OF CHRIST
SCIENTIST WAS DEDICATED
Brief Address Read at Sunday Ser-
vioe Showing Progress of Or-
ganization in Houston.
Room without bath 7&c to $1.50
Room with bath $1.25 to $2.00
Weekly rstes $4.60 and up
Monthly ratss $14.00 and uav
Half a Block from the Court HeOjss'.
GEORGE H. LEWIS Manager
First Church of Christ Scientist of
Houston. Texa-B. corner of Main Btreet and
Jefferson avenue was dedicated at the
Sunday services November 12 1916 when
the first reader of the church read the
Friends: It Is with grateful hearts thaty
we welcome yoO on this occasion to share
our joy in the dedication of our church.
The Christian Science movement In this
cityhad its beginning In a very humble
way. As early as 1895 a few Christian
Sr-ientists were known to each other.
They were zealous and earnest and
through the healing work dono by these
pioneers of truth the cause gradually
gained adherents who held regular meet-
ings in various places for the purpose of
discussing Christian Science and later to
read the lesson-sermon On Sunday. In
time the conviction came thai permanent
organisation was a necessity to progress
On January 20. 1898. a charter was se
cured from the State and First Church of
Christ. ' Scientist of Houston Texas waa
organized with 12 charter members one.
of whom hud received instructions frOraH
f . 1 . . . 1 1 . .. lnwi DabAnl
uue ui me iuni biuuduis ui ju.i jr xjficio
Eddy. " .
This organization was perfected In a
small room in the Mason building readers
and officers were elected and a Sunday
school was begun with three pupils. The
first Christian Science lecture was de-
livered in March of the same year.
Steadfast In Its loyalty to the rules and
bylaws in the manual of the mother
church by Mary Baker Eddy this church
grew steadily and soon the need for
larger and more accessible quarters be-
came apparent. Accordingly in Decem-
ber 1898 desirable room on the ground
floor of the same building was secured.
and a reading room was established and
openea io me puuuc.
A building fund was started In January
1899. During the building of the ex-
tension to the mother church In Boston
Mass. this fund together with special
collections taken on several occasions was
lovingly contributed to that great work.
In First Church of Christ. Scientist
and miscellany Mrs. Eddie writes
Surely the word that was God must
at some time find utterance and accept-
ance throughout the earth for he that
soweth shall reap. To such ' as have
waited patiently for the appearing of
truth the day dawns and the harvest
bells are ringing." Surely these words
were prophetic in ouv experience for an
ever increasing congregation was again
the cause of our being confronted with
the problem of larger quarters and early
in the year 1900 a splendid building spe-
cially designed and furnished for our use
was erected by a friend and rented to us.
This building was located on Travis street
and Mi Kinney avenue and there also a
completely equipped reading room waa
maintained under the care of a librarian.
It later became necessary to provide more"
room for the growing congregation. This
was done In the spring nf 1904 by an addi-
tion to the main auditorium.
in 1907 the site of our present church
was purchased and in the latter part of
1910 the construction of the edifice we
are today dedicating was begurt the
cornerstone being laid on December 31 of
that year. The building was completed
and our lirst service was held on Sunday
October 11. 1911.
Thus it will be seen that the progress
of this church has been continuous and
It. is with hearts overflowing with grati-
tude to our revered leader through' whose
life work all this has been made possible
that we this day dedicate this house the
visible manifestation of the structure built
in mind to the loving service of our God.
Its gates are open wide to all who coma
to worship God In spirit and In truth. As
is written in I Chronicles. "Oh. Lord our
God all this store that we have prepared
to build thee an house for thine holy
name conieth of thine hand and is all
thine own." And may we say In the words
of Mrs. Eddy (page 184 Miscenanv).
"God grant that this little church shall
prove a historic gem on the glowing rec-
ords of Christianity' and lay upon Its
altars a sacrifice and service acceptable in
At the Majestic.
Were there only one act on the program at the
Majestic tola weak-ead that "The Devil He
Die?" the bill would still Be worth tie nouey.
But there are atx other eots sod sU of the uwaU
Males tic standard.
RnliKin brothers ooeo the ovenlne: with some
cosiedy stunts oo the bars. Tbey are very rood
athletes and when their fun geta etanea rue
audience enjoja It. Couatess Nardlol plays the
aicordeon In a way that can not fall to please
those who are food of that Instrument. Her
numbers run the as mat from ragtime to grand
unera and every one la applauded by Houston-
Isna. The three Ankers. American naJ ajoi-
nssts. In feats of strengUi and agility hare
seldom been excelled on the local ataa.
If memory servea. it has been about seven
rear alnce Houston last enjoyed a rood laugh
with Bonlta and Lew Hearn. They are every
bit aa entertaining now as tbey wese then The
fim la new but the facea are the same
the Sunday audleneea were glad to see tliem
again Their "Blu7 of Miuleal Comedy" is one
of the best bits of true Audevllle ".i
"Proga" la Just aa laughable as it was and
Arthur Dorm and the Misses Beaumout make of
It on" of the bits of the Mil. Veodevl! ha. no
funnier comedian than the former. Th ladles
are pretty. The set la attractive- The fan
asks for no more than that to class a taolold
comedy as llrst class.
'Caurbt In a Jamb" is truly called 1 an epi-
sode. No other word wot hi describe the little
kit. Adelaide Wlnthi-m is the beautiful girl
hlio nets her dress '.-caught in a lamb In
the process of extricating the fair lady from
the perullsr but pleasing situation Klorens Ams
manaires to lose his liesrt. for which "''"
aee thst performsnoe will blame him. wedding
bells make a lispny ending.
Four actors of euperlor quality some goon
songs to tunes tlist sre music anil a well writ-
ten play all combine to make "The Devil He
Did." the heailllner of the present bill fcd-
wartl Itacev as Hie lmnest business nun. Miss
Mary K. Ryan as bis wife. P. Barrett as a
typical poli'ltlit"" or the ward heeler kind
and Joseph Emmett as the Devil mskes s csst
that will not be excelled on the vaudeville stage
In msiiy a season. The vehicle In which they ap-
....... ... 'itctnn iml Fom'ler. as
sisted by Austin Webb. It la distinctly out of
the ordinary. Besides giving these people nn
.i.. wotlc flip little drams
teaches the lessou that love Is the only thing
that can overcome the ilevtl and aa usual the
moral is well pointed. The dropping of the cur-
tain leeves a happy home from which tlie devil
of discontent has been forever banished snd the
plsy will no doobt help to banish the same
devil from the homes of many of those who see
It. A feature Is the singing of the devil s
lullaby by Joseph Emmett in a voice that sur-
.prUes sndeorhants the bearer. Altogether the
Mil 1 aure -to pleaae. .
George Walsh at Isis In Fox Feature
.. . "The MtHt.oT'" -.rjPf
last Western drama that is different!
Tltwt is what WiUlara.oi now. presents st the
XaaC51flC.tte:tffl? of "Tn Mediator."
ISeulgo Watstt.-reo riy-asen t.taa"&U In "The
SeiuTt' baa"tlier tifJS roWt.u. character who
tPVea peace so much that hi" Continually lights
'WaLii takes the part" of IJsh Henley who
start bia adventures by- dhootiug and wounding
Bill U tortus (Lee Wlllard). the village bully.
Then he sends flowers to Bill in the bospltsl.
and the sick msu. grateful tells Llsb that he
expects to start a new life when he Is well.
He is going to rejoin his wife. Martha (Pearl
Blmorei. In Peaieful Hill. Cal.
Llah likes the name of the place so he sells
his mine In Ariaona and stsrta for Peaceful
Hill On the way he stops at Keswick and
finds the town In a tirrtnoll as the result of a
mining strike. In his efforts to keen everything
peaceful. Llsh bests the leader of the strike
(James Marcus) and continues his Journey. His
deed has ended the labor trouble.
Arrived st feacerui ilim. i.isu seeks "iu.
thialns. and Bnils her. He also flnds Moggie
Uiiantta- Hsniieni. a waitress who helps the
mediator hi his flgbt agaiiiKt the men of Kes-
wick. These meu hate followed I.lsh to the
place in sn effort to get revenge for the in-
sult to their lesder.
Msny adventures follow in rne enu ijsh is
victorious and all the enemies of nesce Lave
lseu put to rout. There is only one left an
that Is Maggie. Llsh captures her. by sn at-
tack on her besrt.
"Jim Orlmbsy's Boy" at the Queen.
A mountaineer story of unusual type Is the
new Ince-Triaugle drama "Jim Grlmshyls Boy"
starring Frank Keenan and showlthr". W the
Queen theater today and tomorrow in the
character of old Jim Grimsby. Mr. Keenau again
scores oue of hla sensational and lastihg suc-
cesses maklug the old man In bis' intense dis
appointment snd bate a Ogure never io oe lor-
gntteu. Mr. Keeuan has been particularly- for-
tunate since his debut lu trictiires ill "The Cow-
ard." In obtaining splendid plays und tills one
noiaoie . example.
X ..Keenan a
Beet Sill of Year at the Prince.
Making good as - their advance promises the
Prince theater presented the greatest bill of the
entire seoaoa to pecked senses Sunday. From
start to anlah the bill la replete with the best
acta that vaudeville affords. Class Is the only
word that can describe the entire program.
The But Royal Hussars gave to the people of
Houston s real treat Is the music line The
Koyal Haass rs are all stately handsome women
nud true artists en every instrument they use.
A cornet sextet Is their ' opening number and
sided by most beautiful costumes proves to be
most wonderful. ' Vocal solos saxophone sextet
and a drum and bugle quartet snd several other
numbers make one of the few great mnslcsl
aits that have visited Hodstou. Kvery n mil tier
culls for a change bf costume.
Bromley snd Pearson have a must entertalniug
singing and comedy act and ri-ully have some
new songs as ".veil aa new anil up-to-date wit.
Their personalities are extremely pleasing und
Miss Pearson's gowns very fetching.
Brandt and Audrey have one of the very rsre
ui-velty akatlng acta that are sppluuse getters.
The entire act is done in evenlDg iM-chn by both
the man and woman and some very good vocal
numhera rendered. Mr. Bromler's dog dance on
the skates is exuontionalb' good.
Lake Reynolds little heralded made s tre-
mendous bit at every performance nmi It is -isfe
to aa- that oo hla next visit to Hoiimou he will
lie featured very atrobg. His yodeliuc is as
good aa ever beard and his many ch-ver Imita-
tions neved failed to bring Severn I encorea. At
every performance he was forced to tnke to
The sevV-nth episode of 'The shielding
.Shadow" Is also being ahown and proved to hi
the most thrilling of the entire series. A roodS
drama and comedy la alao ahown to conclude this
On Tuesday afternoon at n o'clock Inmdreils
of bslloons will be turned loose from the top of
the Prince theater building on the k'aimtt) street
able and every balloon will have attached to
It an ortler good for merchandise or a cash nrlxe.
In addition Prince ticketa will be attached to
MAIN BOULEVARD SCENE OF
TWO AUTOMOBILE ACCIDENTS
Women Figured in Mishaps but
Hone Suffered Injury Cars
Two automobile accidents occurred on
Sunday afternoon on the Main Boulevard
and In both accidents the occupants nar-
rowly escaped Injury.
The first accident happened at the south
end of the boulevard when a racing car
driven by Mra. Will BItterle wife of the
manager of the Central garage attempted
to turn around and return to the city
but the car failed to make the short turn
and darted across the curbing and jumped
a narrow ditch and butted into a dirt
emhankment- Mrs. Sltterle was accom-
panied by another lady and neither was
injured although badly shaken up. The
car waa damaged considerably hut did
not turn over.
The second accident occurred later in
the afternoon at Main and Jefferson when
touring car No. 443 driven bv a lady
rammed into the side of a small car anil
lodged so that neither car could separate
under their own power and were pulled
apart by a number of men who were at-
t raced to the scene. None of the occupapts
in tuner car was nurt.
News of theGty
MOERS 8EED CO.
Just received another shipment ol
bulbs. Opr prices are right lhone Pres-
ton 5692. (AdV.)
Brysn Sheriff. In Houston.
Sheriff T. C. Nunn of Bryan was a
Houston visitor- Sunday calling on friends
and aequalntances. (
Heights' Bible Clsss.
The Houston Heights Bible class con-
ducted by Miss Stokes will meet Monday
night at 8 o'clock at the" home of Mrs.
Louis Kolbe 1047 Boulevard. All mem-
bers are Invited to attend.
Many Attended Dance.
A large number attended the Sunday
nlgt.t dancing party at the Houston Saen-
gerbund auditorium Sunday night. About
couples were on the floor and the oc-
casion was one of the most enjoyable of
From Funeral to Sick Bed.
Mrs. J. C. Harvey of Denison who was
In Houston Sunday to attend the funeral
of her sister Mrs. Margaret Hill was
called to Fort Worth Sunday night by
the serious illness of another sister Mrs.
M. C. Reed.
Peace Maker Wounded.
Wallace Anderson negro was brought
to St. Joseph's infirmary Sunday morn-
ing suffering from a gunshot wound In
his head. He was shot Saturday night
near Kuls'hesr while attempting to sepa-
rate two negroes who were about to en-
gage in a gun fight.
Overland Scrip for Bayland.
AH those who have promised Overland
scrip to the Bayland Orphans' home are
requested to send it to J. V. Dealy or to
Miss Jennie Bering on Monday. This is
important that the Bayland forces may-
know where they stand exactly. Every
piece qf scrip will be appreciated. The
next car is to be put up for sale Novem-
Odd Fellows Confer Degree Tonight.
Woodbine Encampment No. 139 I. O.
O. F. will hold a meeting Monday night
at Odd Fellows' temple. Rusk and Milam
streets at 8 p. ne at which there will be
some interesting matters to be consid-
ered along with the routine business
after which the first or Patrlarchial de-
gree will be conferred upon candidates
all encampment members visiting in the
city are welcomed.
Rehearsals for Pageant.
This will be a busy week for thoee
taking part in the pageant of Methodism
which will be' given Friday evening. Re-
hearsals will be given every night at 7:30
o'clock at the city auditorium up until
Friday evening as follows: First aTid
third espisodes Monday evening; second
and fourth episodes Tuesday evening;
first and fourth episodes Wednesday
evening; dress rehearsal of the whole
pageant Thursday at 7 p. m.
New Baptlat Church Opened.
The new Calvary sBaptist church was
formally opened Sunday with a large
crowd in attendance at both the morn-
ing and evening services. The services
are being conducted by Rev. Evander
Ammons the church pastor and will
continue each day with services In the
afternoon at 3 o'clock aad in the evening
at 7:30 o'clock. J. Frank Scholfield Is In
charge of the musical program and also
sings a number of songs that live up to
his reputation as a singer.
Servant's House Burned.
A two-story frame servant's house in
the rear of 1903 Milam street was en-
tirely destroyed by fire about 5:30 o'clock
Sunday morning. The house belonging
to Mrs. Mary Lamb was unoccupied. A
cottag adjoining at 1906 .Milam was also
slightly damaged. The cause of the fire
could not be learned. Short circuiting
of fire alarm wires ruysed an alarm to
be sounded about 8 o'clock Sunday r rn-
COTTON PALACE EXPQilTHE
WACO "d Heturn . $7.40
Tickets on Sale Until November 19 inclusive.
Return Lirrrit November 20.
$4.15 Round Trip
On Sale November 15 18 Limit Two Day.
Alao Night Trains of November 14 17. x
New Orleans and Return $14.10
Tickets on Sale Daily Until November 18 Inclusive.
Return Limit November 21.
4 TRAINS DAILY 4
7:25 a. m. 10:05 e. m. 6:50 p. m. 8:25 p. m.
Both Morning Trains Carry Observation and Dining Car.
SOUTHEAST TEXAS FAIR
Beaumont and Return - $3.35
Tltketa on Sale Daily Until November 18.
Return Limit November 19.
$1.90 ROUND TRIP.
On Sale November 15 Limited One Day From Date of Sale.
$1.50 ROUND TRIP.
On 8ale November 15 and 18 for Trains Leaving 7:25 a. m. and
9:20 a. m Final Limit Date of Sale.
2 TRAINS DAILY 2
11:30 a. m. 10:10 a. m.
Through Tourist and Standard Sleepers Stop off and Visit the
Apaphe Trail of Arizona.
OH Burning Engines Steel Equipment Electric Block Signals
Unexcelled Dining Car Service Observation Cars.
CITY TICKET OFFICE B20 MAIN ST RICE HOTEL BLDG.
TOM HOOD C. P. and T. A. Phones Preston 224 and 253.
Ing from the plant of the Texas Bag &
Fibre Co. on Conti street. There was
Mall Turned Over to Police.
Mall from different sections of the
country addressed to Mr. and Mrs. W. L.
Cooper general delivery Houston was
turned over to the police department
Sunday by W. L. Cooper. 420 La Branch
street as not belonging to him and the
rightful owner Is being sought. There
were abcArt a dozen letters in the packet
anqd some of them contained checks one
for a considerable amount. The right
Mr. Cooper is believed to have been con-
nected with the Zouave band that played
here during the carnival but he has not
yet been located.
WACO AIID RETURN 37.4
Tickets on Sale November 11 to 19. Return Limit November 20
$4.15 ROUND TRIP $4.1
Tickets on Sale November 15 and 18. Return Limit
Also Night Train November 11 and 17
Try the New 9:40 p. m. Daily Train
WITH THROUGH SLEEPERS TO
Waco. Austin. Ft. Worth. San Anton; .
DINING CAR SERVING BREAKFAST BEFORE
ARRIVAL AT SAN ANTONIO
The Famous "SUNSHINE SPECIAL"
LEAVES HOUSTON 12:30 NOON DAILY
11Va Hours Quicker Than Any Other Line Houston to St.
Louis. "Beats 'em all" to Memphis.
St. Louis. Chicago New York
I and Ol N. Sunshine Office Rice Hotel. Phone Preston 28
M. L. MORRIS D. P. and T. A. O. M. BURGE C. P. A.
H. M. ATKINSON ASST.
New Cotton Hotel
goom With Bath... $1.50
S. A. & A.P.
TWO TRAINS DAILY TO
8:40 a.m. 6:45 p.m.
Grand Central Sutton-
br C Qardur SttHWao i a no tat
Emitf Mm".-. ti olutwctvff
Tsainrfai-ApV heattor kruivn ' 'R11I."
tBkarnll PHslt Anrf iIam til . bfllt WOlk
ha a ret marked tt w a mnjrie atar. nown
McKtm amM ewn more vnjoyahle than evw tn
a symnatbetic role that of the younjc nberifT
and lover and the support generally Is of n
IiIkq order. The atory tells In a moat virid
tnanner of the old iaaanB treatment of tbe jxlrl
trecaustf he whs not born a boy and because
her mother dlart when she waa born. Ht; com-
Dfla lw?r to drea as a boy and act as one. lint
Inconsiatently makes ber do tbe honsuwork.
When she la found fftoatfns: over an old-fashion
manslne the crisis comet sod uimjo his threaiou-
tnff to cut her hair. be ttliows that her "will
Itt of tbe ttame ort his in. The resiiit of tbWr
crat cIsnIi can not adequately le told In words
th plot urea do It mairnlhVentLy. Our xtra
added attraction today and tomorrow only Charllo
Chaplin in the new Mutual-Chaplin. In "Behlud
"Unprotected' at the Zoe Theater.
Blanche Sweet the Kolden-Uaired Lanky favor-
He. plays a tain at tlH Zoe theater today and to
morrow in a new picture. "Cnprotceted." Miss
Sweet hus played mauy roWu f widely different
sort from the little raifamuTflii of the gutter to.
the princess on her throne and to all Mb? Elves
that elusive subtle hit o.f her own personality
that gives tone to all that sin- does. To the
character of Barbara sh lv's h sympathetic
and lovaMe touch that endear lir to her au-
dience and wins their "Tinnatliy from the flrst
time tbey see her. Theodore Itoherts. Laaky't-
K re a tost character actor. Is unsiirpasNnMp in It It
role. Tom Foreman In excellent as the lover.
The story tells of a 'young; irlrl forltlrldm to
Indulge Iht paw km for pafntluK by her mtcte.
The two ofteu quarrel and when the old mau
is accidentally kllksl sue ia accused of murder.
She elves an assumed name to nftievrtf. nod un-der-K
ia convicted and sent to prison. With a
number "of prisoners she is leased out to a
rl?stl Irrni to orh In the turpentine camps of
rjompucations et in when
son wiuim uarnara nas
i before she wsnt to live
with bttsUBCle. vlsUsa camo. In the midst of
an -pi4aati- of 4be-convicts .-nies the splendid
sod iMttsusi- climax o a most wn usual story.
"Trie Market of Vain Desire" at the
Clare WIUIajBS. tbe dark-haired ctrl wlto plays
tbe feminine ' lead opwsttt H. B. Warner lu
"Ths Marktit of Vain teaire.v' showing tbe
UltertT today only prayed her first motion nie-
tare vroleti as Western cowarirls audwas ouce
quite e Wei tern type actress. Tills Is hard to
believe when she is now seen In the parts of
Kirls end women of society wraith and refine
ment. and Plays tbe parts as if she never saw
the Kteat plains and was never on a borne.
Jn this new picture she is cant aa the daughter
of a. millionaire and wears some exceptionally
beaut if ol ip'wns. H. B. Winner tbe star plays
the part of a serious young minister who ia
called to a wealthy city church and lu a blc
part ot the ideturs he preaches a sermon to a
eoiuireRfttion of 500 neoplc. It Is one of the
most dramatic parts of the play and when1 Mr.
Warner learned that he must really stand be-
fore the .WO actors of the I nee studios and
preach he na nincl tnken hark. But when the
time came for the scone Mr Warner came on
with the seriousness that befitted his role and
irsve a beautiful rendition i.f the noem "Th.
I Woman nnd the Ansel" ami this Is the scene
tlii camera cautrht. .
i private irrm co ora in t
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