The Houston Post. (Houston, Tex.), Vol. 35, No. 133, Ed. 1 Friday, August 15, 1919 Page: 4 of 14
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.THE HOUSTON POST; FRIDAY MORNING AUGUST 15; 1919
Office Preston MOO.
A thin of beauty p a. Joy forever; . " .
Its loveliness increases;' H will never
Pass Into- nothtncaeaa. but atil will keep v
A bower quiet for us and a Bleep
Full of aweet dreajna and health and quiet breathing.
Therefore on every morrow are we wreathing
A flowery band to bind ua to the earth.
Spit of despondence of the inhuman dearth
Of nob la natures of the gloomy days.
Of all the unhealthy and o'er-darkened ways
Made for our searching. Tea in apite of all.
Some shape of beauty moves away the pall
From our dark spirits. .
Shower for Bride-Elect
Mrs. A. 8. Mann assisted by her sister
' Ida Amelia ' Line complimented Miss
Came Weiss bride-elect with a miscel-
laneous shower Wedneaday afternoon
from S to 7 o'clock. The house was pret-
tily decorated with pink roses and blue-
bird for happiness. A contest furnished
diversion. Miss Beryl Huey winning the
prise a lovely pink flowering plant in a
pink and blue basket Miss Katherine
Jackson was awarded the consolation a
mm Am rtilno humlkerrhief. Pink and
whit mints in rose receptacles were on
each table for the game and puacn wis
served during the afternoon. After the
coatest the guests were invited into the
dining room where a lovely table held
places for them. Overlaid with a Russian
lace doth the table held in the center
an immense pink rose suspended from
the electrolier and from ita heart ran
ribbon of pink and blue to each place.
Ice cream was server in miniature flower
pot with a pink rosebud in each. Then
the ribbons were drawn each guest open-
ing a package and making a wish to the
bride-to-be. The lovely array of gifts of
linen and ao forth was evidence of the
affectionate regard in which abe ia held
by her many friends. Those enjoying this
charming affair were: Mesdames A. J.
Weiss Leopold J. P. CaUaghan T. F.
Ooalson Earl Lewis. T. Guy Boyd
Chandler and Misses Carrie Weisa. Oli-
vette Preston. Zulia Corbett. Beryl Huey
Rita- Roderick. Alma Carey. Katherine
Jack eon. Virginia Copeland of New Or-
leana Mary Sue Copeland jot New Or-
lean Betty Roberts Delia Mae Craw-
; ford Mildred Beard.
I Birthday Luncheon
5 - Miss Fay Graham celebrated her birth-
) ' day Thursday with- a luncheon at her
j home to which severs of her friends
i J were bidden. A large cut glass basket in
j the center of the table held clusters of
J pink crape myrtle and tied on the handle
J was a bow of pink maline. Pink candles
1 at each end cave added color and the
f place cards were hand-painted in crape
: myrtle design. A delicious menu 01 iour
courses was served the following guests
i Wing seated around the board: Misses
Virginia 'Taylor Jessamine Lewis Nell
; - Harris Fay Graham Christine Adams
and 8ara Dannenbaum.
' Mis Graham was assisted
mother Mrs. Guy Graham.
Dinner for Bride-Elect
I ' Mr. and Mrs. O. M. Upper will enter-
I tain with a dinner at the Braxos court
Monday evening in honor of Miss Elise
Ileidinesf cider whose marriage to Mr.
I Ansel Kottwita of New Orleans will be
t - solemnised Wednesday Aug. 20. The
I hour for the dinner ia 7 o'clock and the
i . personnel will include: Misses Elise
Heidins-sfelder. Mr. Ansel Kottwits. Mrs.
1 j Miriam KottwKx of. New Orleans Mr.
I and Mrs. Arthur Heidingsfelder Mr. and
Mrs. L C. Bonart Mr. and Mrs. O. M.
f r Lipper. . ' - '
On ttitRke Roof
' Among the dancers on the Rice roof
Wednesday evening were noticed Misses
Hildredth Bburts Marjorie North Doris
Campbell Edwina Brooks Ruby Lee
Coward Willie Garland Rucker Nalerie
Coward Alynne Rucker. Mildred Meek.
Anah Marie Leland and Messrs. Billy
Taylor Thomas Keboe Victor Nenhaua
1. Orr A. J. Bins Jr. Jame Brickman
Marion Law Choc Perkins Chat-lea Mon-
roe Winton Childers. '
I ' Thursday evening the young men of the
. younger society set were hosts to a
c ' dance givea in compliment to. Misses
3. Fay Weiss Margaret Norvell aad-Mar-
jorie Keith of Beaumont who have been
; ' viaittng Misses Cornelia Cargill and Eliza-
's . beta Henderson the past week. The af-
i . fair was quite inform si and it was a de-
lightful finale to a series of pleasure en-
' joyed by the bonoree during their visit
t . Mrs. E. A. Adey of 3317 1-2 Austin
Hospitality for Miss Weiss
f Miss Carrie Weiss whose marriage to
I Temple C Preston will take place on Sep-
; tember 1 will be the bonoree at a COO
j party given for her by Mrs. T. Guy Boyd
r on the afternoon of Wednesdsy August
20 at 4SO o'dock at her home 08
; ; liomar.
On the Rice Roof
' A tharming little' dinner and dansante
part on the Rice roof Wednesday even-
ing had for bonoree Miss Katherine Todd
of Austin. The other members of the
party were Miss Lucille Jackson and
Messrs. Maher and Jones.
Parties for Bride-Elect
Mis' ZulU Corbett and Mrs. John Cal-
lagban are two bostesnes for next week
both entertaining for Miss Carrie Weiss
a popular bride-elect
v ;'' . Personals
' Mrs. C. M. Nobles of Beaumont ar-
.'rlved yesterday for a visit with ber aunt
'Mr. W. W. Wllburn. Mrs. Wilburn and
' ot Good
Home Hadley IMS.
Mrs. Nobles will go down to Galveston to
day to spend the week end.
Mrs. L. Futterman of Pawhufta Okla.
is visiting her sister Mrs. 11. Samuels at
"Misses Clara Landa of Eagle Lake and
Bertha Meyer of New Orleans are visit-
ing Mrs. H. Block.
Miss Katherine Moore after a month
spent on the coast has returned to Hous-
ton and- is eft the Brazos hotel.
Mrs. Malter and daughter and Mrs.
Kaminsky left Thursday morning for Gal-
veston where they will spend a few days
Mrs. S. W. Farmer of London Eng-
land arrived Thursday to be the guest of
her brother Ernest W. Harrowing at
710 East Twentieth street
Mrs. W. a Leonard and Mrs. Charles
Lindsey who have been visiting their
sister Mrs. J. O. Jackson left Thurs-
day morning for Galveston to spend the
Miss Marjorie Keith Margaret Norvell
and Fay Weiss who remained over for
the dance given in their honor Thurs-
day evening wnl return to their home in
Mrs. E. A. Aday .of 3317 1-2 Austin
street has just returned from a pleasant
stay of five weeka in New Orleans where
she visited her children Mr. and Mrs.
Edward A. Adcy Jr. and Lieutenant
Herbert F Adey.
Benno Schnitser has returned to the
city from California where he spent part
of the summer with his wife. Mrs.
Schnitser will remain In California for
the remainder of the summer.
Grant Permits for
$26300 in Buildings
Building permits aggregating S2&300
were issued by the city building inspector
inursday practically all for residences
W. H. Hogne. to erect a frame resi-
dence at Blodgett and Caroline streets
to cost 12000.
G. Russo to erect frame residence at
Msson and Cleveland streets to cost
Crew & Searcy to erect a two-story
frame and stucco residence on West Main
street to cost S5500.
W. L. Edmondson to erect four frame
cottages three on Bell avenue and one
on Pcott street two to cost $1800 each
one $1900 and another $2000.
The Brady corporation to erect frame
residence on Brady Place to cost $2000.
H. F. McGregor to erect frame resi
dence on 8an Jadnto street and Sap
crossing to cost 4DUU.
F. L. Waters to erect frame residence
at 821 Columbia street to cost 11600.
. Mxa. P. V. JCniUd to remodel resi
dence at loot Ashland street" to cost
S. M. Blok to erect frame residence on
Anderson street to cost. $2000.
Week's Bank Clearings
Bank des rings for the week ended
Thursday were $2249413.30. Bank
transactions for the same period accord-
big to the report of the Houston Clear
ing ilouse association were $69078
Regardless of Cost
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We carried no goods over from last fall and are receiving dairy large shipments of
new Fall Merchandise for which we must make room. WE ARE NOT GOING TO
CARRY OVER Summer Goods and consequently have marked them down to a price
for quick selling.'
A Great Glean-Up
$25 Dtesses f or $10
We are going to sell every Summer Dress in
the house. We offer Lot No. Orie' Silk Taf-
feta and Georgette combinations also Messa-
hqes in this season s best
$25.00 values priced for quick
$39.50 and $35 Dresses fpr $14.95
Lot Two Dresses of finest Silk and Geor-'
gette in street and evening shades handsome
new -models nearly all sizes up to QC
$39.50 values' special to close' each vl'fivu
$8.50 Wash Dresses $3.95
Lot Three A big lot of fine washable Batiste
Voile and Silk presses in plain colors and
fancies . a full range of sizes- and many
styles to select from; $8.50 Dresses
510 Travis St XllC
"BiirIrvin Fined by.
Rotary for Advertising
in Air Pays With Cream
- ' " ' -; ; v: ;
"BUI Irvin was placed on trial ia the
Rotary club court at the Rice hotel
Thursday noon under an indictment con-
taining several counts including among
others the manufacturing of pure ice
cream going up in the air for his ad-
vertising and divers other charges
brought by members of the Rotary dub.
The ' trial ot the case afforded the
members of the club splendid entertain-
ment and Henry Stude as presiding
judge ahowed a remarkable legal facility
that was a revelation to members of the
legal profession who' were in the aud-
Frank C. Jones assisted by Brom Rid-
ley conducted the prosecution and A. 8.
Pimentel and "Skin" Batjer were attor-
neys for the defendant.
.. At the conclusion of the . trial Judge
Stude fined the defendant and the prin-
cipal witness against him.- Bud Randolph
the ice cream for the duo and sentenced
the attorneys in the case to serve each
member with all the cream he could eat
The proposed tax of 60 cents on the
$100 valuation was presented to the Ro-
tary club by P. W. Horn superinten-
dent of public schools who urged the
dub to eupport the measure in order
that the salaries of Houston' school
teachers might be increased. The dub
voted to support the measure.
Roscoe Snyder James Dow Fred
Fox and Brom Ridley entertained the
dub members with several vocal selections.
Chamber of Commerce
in "Cotton Association
In an effort to develop the cotton in-
dustry of Texas to the highest degree by
sing the organisation as a clearing
house for the solution of many of the
problems now being presented the Hous-
ton Chamber of Commerce through Man-
ager Garland S. Brickey announced
Thursday that it had subscribed to a
charter membership in the American Cot-
' The Cotton association of which John
T. Scott is a national director is or-
ganized for benefitting cotton growers
merchants and shippers.
Affiliation with the cotton assodation
ia only a beginning of the expansion plans
outlined- by the Uhamber ot (jommerce
Mr. Brickey said and It is hoped that
within the next year every dvic and busi-
ness assodation of any Import in the
State would have affiliations with the
of the world's greatest shoemakers are shown
by this shop at all times.
FOOTWEAR FROM KRUPP & TUFFLY .
s Is An Absolute Assurance of -
STYLE QUALITY and FIT
; ; THIS PRETTY '
Turn sole Louis XV heel
made by Weiserrjann Shoe M0
Co. of Brooklyn V'
M Jomw Shop
H AVfiARRETT. MANASER
Summer Garment Must Go
$5.00 Skirts $3.95
All Wool Poplins and Serges" also Silk Pop-
lin Skirts new models light and dark shades ;
a good range of sizes; very special M QC
for summer clearance ipwiwJ
' ' ' . "
A great collection of this season's best styles
ol Silk and Wool Skirts; plain light and dark
colors; also fancies; excellent $7.50 M QC
Skirts priced to close quickly at....
$19.95 Skirts $9.95
The Greatest Bargain of the' season. Fine
Crepe Satin Baronette Silks in black and
colors; regular $19.95 values priced tfQ QC
for quick clearance PDiJw
A Bargain in Waists
A special' purchase of women's crgandie
Waists in regular and outsizes; white also
white with colored trimmings very QRp
special at each .'. . . . ." JdUj
ToggCry ShOp 510 Travis s-
Well aes the boss this am do jxt think
rget paid fer reedin the paper aQ day.
sed well 1 wua reedin the want adds.
He -sed yu got a lot of reeaon to reed
them.. I sed who noae but' wat we mite
lower the coat of existin by watchin
these hear adda more. He sed why i sed
well heac ia the way it ia -.
' If these hear guy wat have sum kind
ot stuff to aeU culd get -aholt of 70000
people and. get them all in a grate big
room they culd tell them all about thia
hear stuff they have. They culd maik a
speech to them an all that. He sed yea i
gesa they .cud. I sed but this hear busi-
ness pf gettin a hall wuld cost a lot of
jack. He aed yep they wuldnt fall for a
skeeme like that
I sed well then sinct they cant get all
these guys into one bilding on account it
Is so expensive i no a better way fer them
to tell these here people about thare
stuff. Ret sed wat is that weigh. I ed
by usin toe -want adds of a paper. And
wats more it ain't gonna cost them' much
jack eether. He sed yep that is a good
way but how 1 that gonna lower the cost
of eetin aa buyin shoos -an thing like
that. I aed well if these hear guy wuld
start usin these hear adds then the pee-
ple wuld get ust to reeding them. Then
these guys wuld be able to save a lot of
jak by not having to get oat a lot of
poster and cards and things oa account
the paper wud be delivered to the peo-
He sed dont these hear poster get de-
livered. I aed well i ust to have a job
with a guy deliverin them an if it wus to
hot me an another guy ust to throw them
aweigh an go swimmin. Then we culd
cum bak an aay to the guy well we de-
livered that stuff and get our muney.
. Another thing if yu notice these hear
adds thare is a' lot of funny stuff in
them. I saw one yesterday wat said
"wanted a man to taik job a table fin-
isher in a resterant." Can yu imagine a
job like that when food ia so hi.
Annther one 1 saw waa a personel it
sed "Rite to u at onct. Jake we cant
find the aig yu hid." Then thare wus
anuther about a guy wanting to trade his
winter overcote as a part payment on a
auto. He sed no flivvers wus consid-
ered. Anuther add sed a guy wanted to
sell his bull dog on account of the hi cost
Well the boss sed I no a guy who is
gonna haft to reed the want add for a
job pretty soon. I sed R yu thinkin of
quitin yur job. He sed no i am thinkin
t - J..
of qutlnf jrour Job lit fa it yu dont set
to wurk -nd cut that gab. J. sed e. If
tbals the way yu feel alrite. Just then
the City .edlter cums basing in lettin on
he Is lame ao the " boss wUI be kind to
him but the boss' sed wuin't he the grate
kidder cause no one culd brake no bones
in his leg. If It wus his bed the boss
sed that wuld be diff ernt . '
Oil Versus Coffee Wili ; T
' . Be Salesmen's Subject
Oil versus coffee are the subjects of
discussion at the Salesmanship cdub
meeting at the Rice hotel at 12:15 p. m.
Friday. . ;
Those who are to represent the claims
of oil aa among the leading necessities of
modern civilisation are: B. P. Panas
L. B. East C. E. Howe H. L. Robertson
and Milton Fore.
The coffee end of the discussion will
be taken care of by: Wyllia Taylor It.
K Phenia Follette I. Isaacson W. T.
Denison and W. W. Chamberlin.
The Judges are: Thomas Spencer
Dewitt C. Dunn and R. H. Hardcastle.
Any Summer Dress in the
house; about fifty left that
sold to $2o.OO; to close
Have Only t Few Left.
Robla k Myers
One of the Beat That's Made and
Stands the Wear Straight and
Oscllatino 8 to 10 Bladas
LET U8 SHOW YOU
HoMtoa's Hardware Heate
r Prairie Coraar Milam Streat
A-B Gas Ranges
EAST PAYMENTS. -
Houston Gas & Fuel Co.
i earner Capitol and Fannla
Telaphane Praatan lata '
HorlickV the Original
Malted Milk Avoid
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Band Concert Announced -
in Park Sunday Evening
iDCrt. W1U .Ml . UUA wuwa'e
Hou'ston park from 7 to 10 p. m. Sunday
unuer me auspices j uis ui Phimu
department. Miss Corlnne Fonde - an-
nounced Thursday i Emile Smith's band
has been engaged. .
. There will be a community sing to con-
nection with the concert led by Roscoe
Snyder of the War Camp Community
Service. All those with singing voices
are asked to Join with the choir that will
lead the singing. .7 - . '
iirnint tlui innn that will hit inns flllf-
in the evening are: "America" "The
LongrLong Trail." "SmUes" "Mickey"
and Till We Meet Again." Printed pro-
grams will be distributed at the concert
"7 HARBOR PLANS UP. '
The Joint meeting of the city council
with the Houston harbor board post-
poned from Wedneaday will ke held at
11 a. m. Friday when various matters of
interest to the. ship channel will be discussed.'
A Sale That Has Proven a
biscriminating buyers haye taken advantage of this unusual oppor-
tunity of buying
New Fall Garments
At a considerable saving right now when you want them. Come
and view the new things whether you buy or not.
Closing Out All Summer Wear
Any Voile Blouse in the
house that sold to $3.00;
two big tables full; to
'The Store of Courtesy
Phone Hadley 1725
YOUR CASH STORE
THURSDAY FRIDAY SATURDAY
Granulated very best 10
6-pound sacks 55o
12-pound sacks $1.00
New War. Kimball's Best
ASPARAGUS Fancy Hillsdale rri
2 cans for OUC
Gold medal per pound 53o
Rice Hotel jer pound S8o
Your Cash Special pound 48e
PHONE HADLEY 1725.
WE DELIVER ALL OVER
Here Is a Real Bath Room
Prett83 J.B.COlHnS&Co. 1210 Congress
The . Biscuit
count the number ot biscuits
Die Falfarrias Bntter.
rich wholeaoma batter
msda from purr Jersey
Cream from properly ted and
thoroughly bred Jersey eowa.
The Butter that(i betteri
adds to the dellciouaaeas . ot
your bome-made biscuits.
if. canquet leaa delicate hm
ff(wc inixMtoiJt (dalightl
i" 1 1 ALimmm.L .
For Trucks Day or Night.
Phono Preston 2096 !
Any Cape in the house
navy or tan that sold to
$35.00 ; about twenty-five
left; to cose Cjlh (ift
out choice wlUiUU
Main and Travla
3305 Main St.
Smilai small 130
(Hipper large 20e
Early Bloom ...l3o
All New Arrivals.
Regular 10c sellers; special B AA
per dozen cans I UU
lobby's Swret Totatoes large.... 23a
Libbv's Koups 2 for 25c
Libbv's Bauer Kraut 2 for S5s
Iibby'a Apple BiRter per can 20e
Libby's Chill 2 for . 250
This Outfit No. I T;
Comprises: .. ' -
A "Pembroke" Tub
A "Tayton" Lavatory
A "Devereaux" Closet
AU Are the
"Standard Sanitary Co.
Call at our Show- Rooms
and look them over.
you eat when you
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