The Houston Post. (Houston, Tex.), Vol. 30, No. 335, Ed. 1 Friday, March 3, 1916 Page: 14 of 14
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THE :HdOSTON : fosK
MARCH 3 1916
j FRIDAY MORNING
J MARCH 3 1916
Are You Pleased
So often we hear the expres-
sion "I would give anything
for some Pure Old-Fash-ioned
Cane Syrup." Well
you can get it. Ask 'your
grocer for a can of
Nigger in deCane
Pure Georgia Cane Syrup
Canned on the Plantation
HARTWELL IRON WORKS
Washer for Building
We bar not ttmlooked slngls
point ia providing 1
Accuracy. .insured by doable check-
ing: quality by us ot purest in-
gredienta; price lowest conslstant
SAENGERBUND GAYE PARTY.
FOR RED CROSS WAR FUND
Ladies Were in Charge of Benefit
Card Party and Informal
SETTEGAST & KOPF CO.
1209 Main St. Phones Preston 49 and Ml
PLACE YOUR ORDERS NOW
Kittmann ft Kneeland Tent Co.
40S-11 Crawford St. Houston Taxi
PHONE PRESTON S31
Try a POST WAST AD r results. 1
A card party and Informal dance was
given aT" the Houston Saenrerbund hill
Thursday to raise funds for the Red Cross
society for the relief pt war sufferers.
The affair was in chain of a committee
of ladies and was attended by a large
The card party was held in the after
noon at which time also an Interesting
program was rendered!.
The numbers included a violin And
flute duet by Mr. and Mrs. Louis Strey
who mere accompanied at the piano by
Mr. Schoevertns. Miss Bertha May
Knodel entertained with a reading in ap-
propriate costume. Miss Girlie Grosse
gave a piano solo and Miss Louisa
Reichardt rendered a song. The dance
was held in the evening and proved a
very entertaining affair.
RETJSEKENT OF BURNELL .
MAY TERMINATE IN COURT
; ' '
County .Engineer Is Expected to
; Use- legal Heans to Secure
. His Salary.
An Eflectlv Laxadv
Q OR Q Q at Night
Oftsaalf-Ooat) or Plain
'An .Interesting legal battle over the
ousting; of County Engineer W. V. Bur
net) alld the appointment of W. N.
Thatcher In his ptace is expected to be
instituted; - when payday arrives at the
end ot thia month.
It Is believed that at that time Mr.
Burnel wiU mandamus the county offi-
cials to Issue a voucher for. MM the
monthly salary under his original con-
tract with the county.
Whatever action is taken in thin re-
spect. County Auditor H. L. Washburn
haa made it plain that he will only rec-
ognise Mr. Thatcher as the legally ap-
pointed and acting engineer In view of
his appointment by the commissioners
Mr. Washburn stated that he will be
guided by the same legal opinion which1
was the basis of the action by the com-
missioner Wednesday when they termi-
nated the employment of Mr. Burnell.
While Mr. Burnell was reticent as to
any proposed act lam on his part he stated
Thursday that it was not his desire to
In any way Interfere at the present time
with the work In hand. Reference was
made particularly to the plana for the
building of the Harrisburg rnad and
bridge specifications for which were or-
dered prepared by the commissioners
court last week.
THE KIND FROM
Any Size Any Kind Delivered
Any When Any Tine
SPEER MURDER CASE TO
BE OPENED NEXT MONDAY
Physician Will Be Placed on Trial
for the Killing of J. E. Chris-
tian Last August.
Beth Sholom Services.
Regular Sabbath services are held by
Congregation Beth &hlom In Woodmen's
hall J09 La Branch street at S o'clock
Friday evening and Saturday morning.
This week concludes the ninth year of
Rabat Winner's activities in this city.
Subject of sermon Friday evening: "As
Dr. Glover Speer will be placed on trial
on a charge of murder for the killing oH
Joseph K. Christian next Monday morn-
ing. The killing occurred last August two
shots having been fired from a double-
barreled shotgun killing the victim al-
The deceased had Just left the home of
Dr. Spier when the shots were fired. At
The Picture You've
Been Waiting For!
11 a. m
Mst at 10
in "The Soul Market
A Gripping and Timely Story of Society and the Stage Elaborately
Filmed in Five Tense Acts.
rillllUL Matinee and Nicbt
RICHARDS' & PRINGLE'S
PRICES: MATINEE 25c 50c.
NIGHT 25e 50c 7&e
Sun. & Mon.
Only Mat Sat.
Nighi toe w injuries aoc to 11.50.
SEATS NOW SELLING
HERE AGAIN TODAY
Has stood the Queen
on its head (so to
speak) in her
OWN 5-REEL DE
Her friends say it is her masterpiece.
First picture made following "Little
Msry'a" $250000 per year profit-sharing
contract. Produced by Mary Pickford-
Famous Players - Paramount Company.
Sinjina Teacher I y Ufl II StoMllai.
Teia luildv L L II II U 11 270S lalenj $t
Teacher of opera and concert singer'
ea . . ess": SUx&TIW I
For the Best Work Always
the examinging trial Dr. 8peer was grant-
ed bail in the sum of 15000.
Y. M. C. A. ClubHeld Second Meet-
ing With Interesting Discussion.
The Jeffersonlan Debating club ht the
Young Men's Christian Association held
its second meeting Wednesday night. The
debate. "That the Death Penalty for
Criminals Should Be Abolished" was won
by the affirmative which was represent-
ed by J. F. Sommers. and E. G. Alns-
lle while the negative was represented
by Frank Bryant and li. J. McDon
At the third meeting which will be held
next Wednesday nlcht. the subiect for
debate will be "Resolved that congress
should adopt the program of national pre-
paredness as outlined by President Wil-
son." The affirmative will be taken care
of by J. H. Mobley and W. A. Coombs
and the negative will be represented by
James Larson and W. S. Whlsenant.
Drew 30 Days Each.
Lem Davis and Louis Kuntx were given
30 days each in the county Jail by Spe-
cial Judge 1). K. .Simmons In the county
court at law where they were charged
with carrying pistols Thursday morning.
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in Us nOML fc and Itmoa.
B aTOCElXff 2k CO Xixk
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Sherwin-'.Villiams Co. of Texas.
"Brighten Up Store"
622 TRAVIS STREET
Phone Preston 2646
Paints Glass and Supplies
And OWEN" MOORE in
"Betty of ft STi
a '"'e teP and
GriYSione ! ouit in the
1 "J eyesof the world
A Great New Triangle Play.
Also Burton Holmes' American
Travel Reel. -Dime Matinee.
20c at night Children 5c any-
time. Coming Sunday Margue-
rite Clark in "Out of the Drifts.'
. Phone Preston 4964.
Greatest laughing program to date
"A Telephone Tangle"
A comedy spark from Central Ex-
change LOVELY REINE DAVIES
In her own exclusive song hits.
"A Bunch of Squlrsel Food."
OTHER STAR ACTS.
Bargain matinee dally. Free Cabaret
The South's Verdict on
"Sari" the operetta hit of last season in New York
. which comes to this city next week has been touring
the South. Such a wave of enthusiasm has seldom been
created by any theatrical offering. Read the praises of
"Sari" sung by the Southern newspapers and you will be
prepared for a magnificent treat when Henry W. Savage's
big production arrives with its two carloads of scenery
11 extra musicians including Zymbalon and a brilliant
company of singers dancers and funmakers numbering 53
"Brightest blithest prettiest and most musioianly operetta
ever heard here." Douglas Gordon Richmond Times-Dispatch.
"Music is tuneful lines bright and criqp the costuming bril-
liant and the staging magnificent. 'Surf is great." Norfolk
"Sari" scores a hit in Atlanta. Rivals "The Merry Widow."
" 'Sari' is full of tuneful music pretty girls gorgeous cos'
tumes a zipping good show." Atlanta Journal.
"Brought Memphis memories of 'The Merry Widow." "
" 'Sari' sustains Henry W. Savage's reputation nuff said."
"It daisies and soothes pleases the eye and the ear 'Sari'
is great. nasnvme Banner.
READ BULLETIN NO. 3 SUNDAY
THE DRAMATIC STAR
A 8tory of Ever Impending Danger Danger fatal and
Uncertain as the Sword of Damocles.
V. L. S. E. BLUE RIBBON FEATURE.
The Pktares Are Pljyei Jt THE KEY
BY TWO CAPABLE MUSICIANS
2 DAYS STARTING TODAY 2
(Stsr In "Ths Soul of Broadway")
Miss Suratt In the role of a young
Russian Qlrl arriving In this coun-
try as an Immigrant. Rescued from
an Immoral life by an American she
is In turn subjected to the role of
a common-law wife and later be-
comes the Vampir Women for
which characterization Velaska Su
ratt Is famous
J. WARREN KERRIGAN
in "The POOL 01 FLAME" Pbir
The GOOD LOOKING
THE CADZ-FKEK ill
As the Gentleman Adventurer Who Fights For the Love of a Sweet Princess
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CHESTER H. BRYAN.
CHAHLES O. GUYNES.
COUNTY JUDGE AT IJtW.
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MARCH 3RD 9 P. M.
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Mkin St.; Room 3 502 Main St.
Lady accompanied by gentleman free.
PRELIMINARY 8 P. M. TICKETS NOW ON SALE.
POLLY AND HER PALS
Pa Didn't Feel That Way.
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