The Houston Post. (Houston, Tex.), Vol. 30, No. 335, Ed. 1 Friday, March 3, 1916 Page: 9 of 14
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" HOUSTON DAILY POST FRIDAY MORNING MARCH 3 1916.
SOUS OF ERIH WILL
STAGE HOVEL BALL
Irish-American Qub PUnsto Honor
Memory. of Robert Emmet
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I Cjf2 Bey're made with
JkGj3lCi35sgw you're ertr tasted goodies made
YZjT ihpOtferoli with C"6 Baking Powder you
5 jjTirgS won't blame a kid for being tempt-
v5V lESsS- G-r-e-a-t b-i-g tender tasty
ft f biscuits cake doughnuts muffins
llloCBY TKtVi everything I can think of all
l tl TrlfT TT Tfrtl tl I 10 sod 1 cnt kerp wy from thcm '
H 111 H" IS I 1 Jil h I "Mother wouldn't think of using any
II MVlliUJJLViLIt J I Baking Powder except Calumet 1
II JJ'' L4 I She's tried all others she knows
-? which is best she knows Calumet
TjyZmYtfiJ means positive uniform results
d I ffiZt: purity in the can and purity in the
it 1 I IsSfi baking great economy and whole-
9JI nfjn 1 I S' some things to eat.
jatTrJ lit VS' VhSS "You want bakings like mother's
N 7 J tben Clumet Baking Powder."
Received HigWt Awards
Sl"lKlllr Nfu Cook Book Ft-
Attractive Features at First Annual
Ball of Club Which Will Be
Held at the Bender
Cheap and big can Baking Powders do not save you money.
Calumet does it's Pure and far gaperior to boot milk and soda.
In memory of Robert Emmet the Irish'
American club of Houston will give their
first annual ball at the Bender hotel Sat
K number of novel features have been
planned by the entertainment committee
of the club to make this first attempt of
the Sons of Erin come up to the stand
erds set by them In other lines of en
A prosTm of IS dances and four extras
has been arranged each of the dances
having been named In honor of bo me par
ticular Irish favorite.
The program will open with the O'Don-
netl Abu grand march which will be fol
lowed by the Robert Emmet one-step.
Other dances have been named "Our
President." "Our First Vice President
"Our Second Vice President." "The
Wearin' of the Green." 'They Call It Ire-
land." "On Mv Wav to Dublin Bay."
"River Shannon." "Irish Blues." "The
Arkansas Traveler." "God Save Ireland
'When I Dream of Old Erin. "Memphis
Blues' "Araby" and "The Star Sangled
The extras will be railed "When Irish
Eyes Are Smiling." "Molly Dear. It
You I'm After" "She's the Daughter of
Mather Machree" and "Mr Wild Irish
The officers of the club are T. J. Don
orhue. Dresden t: William Doherty. first
vice president; William U Foley second
vice president: W. N. Kinneaan. seer'
tary; L. A. Morahan treasurer and W. J
Howard. F. B. Cushiruc. Joseph H. Stud
dert David Daly. F. J. Hussion and John
The entertainment committee which hss
charge of the arrangements for the dance
consists of John McCleary. K J. Hussion.
J. P. Vaughan. W. J. Kelley. P. A. Mora-
han F. A. Snekard J. V. P. Geraghty.
The floor committee at the hall will in-
clude John J. Green. W. J. Keiley. K. J.
Hussion J P. Vaughan James H. Stud-
dert and James J. Oarvey.
FURTHER CHANGES ANNOUNCED
BY TEXAS METHODIST BISHOP
Redistribution of Pastors Hade
Necessary by Dr. Knicker-
l r" i r i o.
eai rireiess ook Jtoves
An Expert Demonstrator one who is conceded
to be the highest authority on Flreless Cookers
Demonstrations Held Daily
10 to 12 a. m. 2 to 5 p. m.
There is seating capacity (or 500 and
every one made comfortable during
the course of the lecture.
THE IDEAL FIRELES8 COOK
STOVE roasts bakes steajns stews
fries boils. Separate lids tor each
compartment water-sealed top heat-
conserving steam valve with auto-
matic condenser solid aluminum lin-
ing seamless cooking compartments
perfect insulation beautiful vulcan-
ised solid oak case with full
panels. They take the drudg-
ery out of the kitchen work
and make the food more
wholesome and delicious.
Save tour-fifths of the fuel
bill. Prices are:
One-Compartment in two
styles .... $12.75 and $16.00
Two-Compartment .... $25.00
Three-Compartment .... $31.50
These prices are subject to a discount of 10 per cent for cash. Sales
are made on the usual Stowers plan of
$ 1 Cash and $ 1 a Week
Baked Red Snapper Tomato Sauce.
Baked Maccaronl and Cheese.
e G. A. Stowers Furniture Company
CORNER FANNIN AND WALKER.
As the result of the Appointment of
Dr. II. D. Knickerbocker of Temple as
pastor of the First Methodist church of
Houston further changes In pastorates
were made necessary in the Texas con-
ference anl late Thursday night the fol-
lowing appointments were announced by
Bishop McCoy at Dallas:
Uev. John W. Bergin presiding elder
of the Pittsburg district transferred to
"Psani It la 1 1 alio ani I if 1" n L- At-Yrtrlr ai
V. H. Vance to the Pittsburg district as
! presiding eider; J. E. Morgan to the
: Pittsburg district succeeding Rev. W.
ill. Vance; Kev. A. A. Wagnon from
Trinity to Madisonville succeeding Rev
Mr. Morgm; Kev. J. t . Kidd from Liv-
ingston to Trinity and Uev. J. O. Cop-
page from Uenterville to Livingston.
Motn Kev. J. .u. oupase and Rev. A
A Wagnon. were pastors in Houston last
year but werr removed to other fields
In rnovemDer. nr. Boyies who resigned
fronv the First church in Houston will
rest for the remainder of the year and
seea to regain nis neaitn.
All the appointments made are in the
nature of promotions for all the men and
Houston ministers said they would prove
very satisfactory. Rev. W. H. Vance
who becomes a presiding elder Is one of
the most prominent of the vounrer men
of the conference. He was in Houston last
year ana conuuciea a revival with rr
Hotter at Grace church.
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Large Stock Quick Deliveries
Houston Structural Steel Works
TRADE TRIP NOW HINGES
ON RATES FOR THE PARTY
Unless Railroad Grants Old Rate
Proposed Excursion May Be
Wliether the annual Houston trade trip
will be made or not this year depends
upon the ability of the trippers and th
ranroaas to come to an agreement as to
When at a meeting of prospective ex
curstonlsts held Thursday night at the
Chamber of Commerce rooms. Chairman
Boettcher asked John T. Monroe of the
Southern Pacific what his road considered
reasonable charge a mile to the parly
for service Mr. Monroe said. "11.59."
R. A. Stacey of the Peden Iron and Steel
company after some discussion in which
trippers stated the rate had always been
tl moved that the old rate hold or the
trip be called off. The motion was unani
"It would be a reflection upon Houston
li we aiu noi mane mis trip ana me rail
roads are one or the chief beneficiaries'
said Mr. Stacey.
kit. monroe win lane up matter un
again with headquarters and report the
view of the trippers. When he receives an
answer unother meeting will be called
No vote was talfen on the proposed route
The excursionists. while apparently Just
as enthusiastic as ever to make the trip
tnis year desire ir possible to obtain i
rate which will not make the costs In ex
cess of t"0 for each firm represented.
Always to be Trusted
Operates five hours on one fill
ing. . 1 18 ft Square inches of
Ironing 8urface. -
TWO POINTS: tOTH ENDS
ARE fRONT ENDS.
BERING - CORTES
: HARDWARE C0V . v
It HOUSTON.. TEXAS
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Billie Burke Sundae ;
Regular 10c value
Special for Fri-
Today IsBapn Day at linn s
Every item is good value at its original price. At the
prices quoted for Friday only every item is a splendid bar-
gain. There is something for every member of the family
young and old. It will be worth your while to look these
A Mew M ::
Fruits and Vege-
tables fresh every
day at the Soda
Friday special at 15c 4
7 Bars Ivory Soap 25c
Everybody toiows it's good
Special for today's Bargain day
we will sell seven cakes OCp
of Ivory Soap lor only. . fcUU
Main Street Kntranre
25c Talcum 19c
ilbert's Violet Talcum Pow-
der in one pound can sizes;
regular 25c value: special 1Q
for today only I ww
Main 8treet Entrance
.$1.25 Purses 98c
$1.25 Leather and Moire Purses
in the most approved shapes
and styles; regular $1.25 fJQp
values ; special today only wUU
Main Street Entrance
25c Okra Flax 19c
A 40-inch material with heau-
ful linen finish suitable for sum-
mer wear ; 25c value ; spe- 1 Qp
cially priced for today at luu
1 5c Handkerchiefs 9c
handkerchiefs of fine quality
of Shamrock Lawn embroid-
ered and plain; regular 15c Q
value; special for today at 3u
Main Street Entrance
35c Neckwear 1 5c
25c and 35c Neckwear in all
the new and dainty styles and
effects; specially priced 1C
for today at only Uu
Main Street Entrance
75c Boys Hats 19c
50c and 75c Boys' Cloth l.Iats
broken sizes in tans grays
browns and fancy mix- 1Q
tures; specially priced at luu
Acme Electric Irons equipped
with the armored cord. There's
no chance for trouble fl0 7R
with these irons; today VUilU
There is a big assortment of
patterns in this 72-inch Dam-
ask to choose from ; $1.25 0Q
value: specially priced at wub
$2.50 Boys' Knickerbockers in
tans grays browns and fancy
mixtures ; sizes 6 to 17; djl "7C
special for today at... ylilW
15c Linweave 12c
32-inch Linweave Lawns in a 1
beautiful sheer quality suitable
for children's wear 10
and shirt waists today !
$1.00 Gloves 79c
Women's 16-button Silk Gloves
double finger tips; $1.00 values;
white only; specially 7Q
priced for today luu
Msln Street Entrance
No. 4 r
69c Neckwear 35c '
49c and 69c Neckwear in all
pretty new styles and fashions
A big assortment. of these 0C
for today at choice VwU
Main Street Entrance '
Pajama Checks of good quality
36 inches wide; regular 10c
values; a special value for 0
today at a yard 0C
25c Brush or Whisk Brooms;
eood quality of straw; 25c val
ue: specially priced for
today at choice
Broken lots of Infants' Long
and Short Dresses and Petti-
coats; $1 and $1.50 val- QQa
specialty priced at. uifu
'. No. it
32-inch Dress Ginghams in
stripes and checks; 10c values;
specially priced for fo- d1 flfl
day at 8 l-3c or 12 yds. $ I iUU
15c Ginghams 12c
New Spring Ginghams. 32 in.
wide in plaids stripes and
checks; 15c values
specially priced at . .
White Lander's China Casse-
role in beautiful silver case;
quadruple plate ; metal CJ7 Cfl
warranted for 10 years
Child 8 Suits
Little Buster Brown Suits all
wool fabrics; preUy light and
dark mixtures ; 2y2 and (M QC
3 years ; $4 and $5 Suits y I iuU
I Oc Hooks and Eyes 5 c
Hooks and Eyes that sell at
10c a card specially priced for
today's Bargain Day only Cp.
at. a card uli
The Rusty Hings Quartette
Will Entertain Saturday Night
from 6 :30 to 8 :00 o'clock
on the mezzanine.
In a program of old familiar songs.
75c Boys' Suits 39c
Buster Brown and Oliver Twist
Wash Suits white tan and
stripes; 50c and 75c val-
ues; special for today..
I5c Baby Hose 8 l-3c
Baby's fine Ribbed Hose in sky
and pink; sizes 4 to 6lA; 15c
values; specially priced Qan
for today's selling only 0 ajw
1 0c Socklets 5c
10c Children's Socklets or Arm
lets in pink blue and white;
specially priced for today's C.
Bargain Day at a pair Uu
50c Rompers 1 9c
Children's Rompers in blue
and white Ginghams plain and
stripes; 50c values; sizes
2 to 6 years ; today. . . . .
Regular 25c Sanitary Aprons
specially priced for today's Bar-
gain Day only at the 1fl
notion department each. luu
'. No. 30
Children's White Pleated Gala-
tea Middy Skirts lengths 18 to
32 inches; $1.00 values; 7Qp
special for todav at I uu
15c Shirtings 12c
36-inch Madras Shirtings in
stripes figures and dots; 15c
values; special for to- 10i
$2.50 Dresses 79c
Children's Dresses in Ging-
hams in solid colors plaids
and stripes; size 6 to 14; 70
$2.50 values; today I uu
Women's Silk Kimonos A
broken lot of odd sizes; values
up to $7.50; specially
priced for today at
$1.25 Teddy Bears lace and
embroidery trimmed in sizes
up to 46. Specially priced Qflf
todav only at 30C
' Third Floor
Diamond Hill Cambric 36 in.
wide and a 10c a yard value;
specially priced for to- flf)
day only 14 yards forVliWW
Many patterns of Printed Lino-
leum 6 feet wide ; 65c a yard
values; special for today AZm
only a square yard Huu
Bath Rags stamped on a fine
grade- of Turkish towelling;
pink blue and yellow 15c Ifl
values J special at I Uu
Duplex W indow Shades slight-
ly imperfect ; size 3 feet by 7
feet: specially priced for QQa
todav's Bargain Day at.. Muu
O' Cedar Mops
Combination O'Cedar Mops
$1.25 value; mops that can not
scratch or injure; spe- CJI' OO
cial today 2 mops for. I iUU
Feather Pillows' in size 19x26;
regular selling price $1.50 pair;
specially priced for to- QO
dav's.Bareain Day at 30C
1000 yards of Ribbon Edge
Marquisette in white and ecru
special for today only at 1Q
$2.00 Waists $1.29
Organdie. Voile and Lingerie
Waists in new dainty pretty
designs; sell regu- frl QQ
larly $2.00 ; today.. ... VI ltd
t i oq ri : J i o
4i.7u iuiuiuiuciica i 7C
i i-v i !i- -r CM. N
.-iiover ivinnroiuerv ior sniri
Waists ; so
effects; 22 inches wide;
slightly soiled $1.98 value
Main Street Entrnnce
lace and eyelet
Embroidered Dresser Sets con-
sisting of two size scarfs and
pin cushion to match; fr-J -Jfl
colors pink blue etc.. V'10
Embroidered Edges and Inser-
tions in Swiss and Nainsook
from 3-4 inch to 4 inches
wide : 5c. 7'2c and 10c va).
Miiln Btreet Entrance
No. 40 "
Linen Pillow Slips all made up
some hemstitched; stamped on
fine grade of linen; CI CQ
$1.98 values; special at V liJO
Brand new drophead Sewing
Machines; guaranteed; lessons
free; terms $1.00 a ffnO Cfl
week; today at yLCtVU
Wardrobe Steamer fitted with
coat or skirt hangers; made of
wood hndav WIUM
15c Oil at 9c
25c Belts 16c
25c Needle Threaders 19c
Needles any machine dz.. .14c
Socond Floor t
HOUSTON R0TARIANS INVADED
NORTH SIDE FOR FIRST TIME
Were Guests at Luncheon and Independence Day
Celebration at the North Side Junior High
For the first tint th Rotary club in-
vaded the North Side Thursday noon.
In the first place ther Rotartans were
scheduled to hold their regular weekly
luncheon and trfey thought It proper to
have some fitting celebration of Texas
Independence day and they went to the
North Side to conduct the celebration.
Superintendent of Publio School Horn
was the particular host on the occasion
but he waa assisted by officials of the
North End Junior high school and the
Free to Catarrh Sufferers!
Trial Package Pretxlnger's CaUrrh
If you are annoyed
1 passages If It
athennr In your
drips Into your throat make your breath
foul your eys red and your head ache.
then you ought to send right. away for
a Frel Trial package of Pretsinger's Ca-
tarrh Balm proven-bytlme rallabte
treatment for nasal catarrh All well-
stocked drua gists sell add Jars Jind guar-
antee It satisfactory In aver? way. It
Is marvelous In Its quick sure pleasant
action. Hend for a trial package and prove
It at our expense enclosing l-cunt stamp
To mailing. Th Pretalngar frtarrh
Balm Co. naytouro for sals by th
Uetohwortb X'hwmaoy and all druuglst.
women ami fti'1 uf the school In caring
for the KUestn.
Following a delicious luncheon served
hy the dome.nlc science cl.'tss in the au-
ditorium uf the school which had been
specially decorated with both American
anil lone Star tlaK for the occasion the
program opened with several chorus num-
bers by the Kills' Klce club of the school
under the direction of Miss Lulu M.
Stevens assistant director of public
TOLD WHAT MARCH 2
MIANT TO TEXAS.
A violin solo hy Louise Bcnneti ac-
companied hy t'arrle Haah. followed and
Miss Victoria Moore one of the hlati
school students then told the Itotariana
aomelhinK of what March 2 meant to
Texas in a well prepared paper on the
Amonn the famous occurrences of
March - Miss Moore cited the doclaratlon
of Texas Independence in 1SS6 the ad-
mission of Texas to the Confederacy In
1861 and the passing of the reconstruc-
tion hill in conmess in ll7.
Considerable merriment was caused
among the Hotarlans when I'rof. Horn
who had charge of the meeting culled on
a number of the 'members to sea how
much of Mln Moore's speech they lis-
remembered. It was found that Bud
Randulph was the only man with what
I'rof. lloin termed "passing grades "
Una of Hi Itotsry member. James
Dow supplied the next feature of the
program in a group of solum snd Prof.
Horn then called upon Warner Duckett.
another of the high school students for a
paper on "The Reasons that' Led to the
SHOWED PROGRESS OF
SOCIAL SERVICE WORK.
William J. Miller who is In charge of
the social service work at the North End
Junior high school reported to the Ro-
tartans the progress of the work In his
charge in a brier address i ne nign acnooi
building he said was open three nights
a week for gymnasium classes attend-
ance at which during January averaged
46 and In addition a reading room was
maintained where the average attendance
was 40 during the month of January.
H. N. Hliofetall principal of the North
End Junior high was then called upon to
tell something of the series of entertain-
ments which the school Is giving for the
benefit of the men women and children
of the neighborhood.
As a representative of the North Ride
Alvin Moody told what he considered the
prime needs of that section of the city.
A. Voting Men's Christian Association
building better and larger libraries In the
schools more playgrounds and better
equipment for tneni were some of the
things mentioned by Mr. Moody as essen-
tial for the development of the North
"There Is not now a tract of ground
within two miles of this building outald
of these school grounds said Mr. Moody
in emphsslxlng the need for mor play
grounds which Is Isrge enough for a
bunch of boys to play baseball or
ROTARIANS ASKED TO HELP
IN SANITARIUM CAMPAIGN.
Rev. J. L. Oroga waa the last speaker
at the luncheon. He outlined the need
of -more hospital facilities In Houston and
asked th co-operation of the Rotartans
in the campaign which Is to be waged for
the raising of a l.'oo.wo fund for the
Among Um ladle who assisted ia' tb
serving of the luncheon were Mrs. Clara!
E Stacy dean of the North Side Junior
High school: Mrs. M. J. Heaney Mrs. Z.
L. Uliss and the Misses Edith Babb Haxel
Carl. Alice R. Stuart Gladys K. Little
Bemlce Boll Mary Woodruff Ruby Cain
Jessie Cherry Elisabeth Dunnam and C
The girls who compose the North Sida ;;.'
Junior High 8chool Glee club are th .'
Misses Victoria Moore Opal N. Waugh
Jessie Williams Thelma Blackwood Vlr-. '';;
gmla Shlpp Ruby Young Alice Butler r i
Paltle Cross. Qeorria Lunn. Cecile Jones; .1'-
Alberta Schramm Ida Meneley Matilda 's
Stacy Dorothy Wedemeyer Maybell -Henkln
Jessie Ma Wllklns Carrie Kaap : A
Rena Frucht and Jessie Lunn. :
Various Forms ill
"It It necessary in order to treat head
aeltes properly to understand the causaa '
wfalck prodQo the afleotton" says Dr. J. w. '; -Ray
of Blockton Ala. Continuing k says : ' :'
Physlolsuis eaanot even begin the treat -. .
meni of a dlseaa without knowlag what " .-
causes gtre rise to It and we must rerpem- .-
ber that heedaebe Is to be treated aooord- -i
log to tbe tam rule. We mast not enly fes) - s
parttoujar to give a remedy Intended to '
sAnnttfMt th cause which produces th- '
headaoh but w must alio gjve a remedy
to rllT th pain until the cause of th --trouble
has been removed. To answer this .
purpos. antl-kamnla tablets will be found f
a most oonvenleatand satisfactory remedy. -One
tablet every on to three hoars give .
eomtort and rest la the moat saver ouea
of beadaah. nojralaia and pardouJafiy U :
When w bar a patlant sublet
attacks of sick headaob. we should caution
oi woman." . .
bar a patlant subject to regular
him to keep bis boweja regular lor wbloh
thing Is better than 'Aetolds. and when.
a ii.in leasi sign at a oncoming t.
taea a saooja tax two A-x Tablets. Bucn
natleata shouia always b Instruatad t.i
carry a few antl-kamnla tablets to at t
havs thsra ready for Instant us. Tbem
tablets ar prosaptm action and aa b
dspanded on to prod nee rMf In a vary
ftw minute. Ask for A-K TafcletSs '
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