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PAGE NO. 7 f. - ... i : .-. ; . ; . , ... I mil i il l - 'T-rw - :. ' ' . .- " ; ' PALATKA UAllJ-t 1NL WO W t I if tlir . I I : I) STARRING WALLACE REID AN ALL-STAR CAST The Famous Film Which Broke All Records at the Arcade at Jacksonville for One Week, Will be Shown at the TRADE w-fc w MARK ARCADE THEATER TRADE, S1ARR - TVAO D AVS MONDAY AaIL TUESDAY October 9 October 21st A In order that every! man, woman and child in Palatka may see this' great pictunzat.on of Peter B Kyne's novel, it will be shown for two days with prices that will appeal to all. Beginning at 3:30 each day, the picture will be run continuously until 11 o'clock at n.ght IT WILL BE SHOWN IN PALATKA CHEAPER THAN IT HAS nrrcM cunWN ANYWHERE 4WHl kIocVadvl is1 Hi V EjIV DLU1 kJl IV Mil ' . i DON'T MISS THE OPPORTUNITY TO SEE THIS GREAT P r4 adrf Uwfer "&' aTvhed to beet sugar refiners thro. .h nt. A spector for the United States public Foti txiviimo rrmn; a r r T poiuiNiMiNU r Urf I W txAro t MAKliAKt 1 KUnt (Written for The United Presi) T f Since I have seen this season's coats I know the reason why MThey say your tongue is coated When it's furry feeling, my! fFor all the stunning coats this year Are furry 'fur' and nigh NEW YORK, Oct. 17 When you lire all wrapped up in one of this Win er's stunning new wraps you cer ainly are bound to be some prize iiackage. The loveliest ones are fashioned put of that exquisitely supple velour fabric family which varies in name fcnly in the length and thickness of its file or nap, and is called respective- y duvetyne, and duvedelyne with a 4ilk finish peachbloom, and cashmer- ine with a wool finish. In either ase silk or wool it is bound to be i quick finish for your bank roll to ndulge too recklessly in these desira )le materials. Evora and fortuna .re two other soft velvety fabrics striped in corduroy fashion the evo ra vertically and the fortuna diago rtlly. Now typically true of any thing apertaining to fortuna that it should go off on the bias rather than keep to the straight and vertical path. In combination with these materials lavish adornment of mole, beaver, squirrel, sable or grey, Kolinsky car acul and Australian opposum make of each mantle a thing of beauty and a jcy for the cold months of the year. Many of the coats cling to the cape or dolman lines and wrap voluminous ly and drapefully about the figure. One striking exception to this rule is a taupe duvetyne trimmed in mole. It is made in rather a basque, effect with a deep cape collar of mole and narrow stripe of this neutral toned fur striping it at close intervals. The skirt with huge pockets of the mole is gathered to the barque just below the natural waist line and shows a cartridge arrangement of the gath ers over each hip. Two startling fearless furless mod els in this season of fur trimmed man tles is an Anzac peachbloom and a Fompeian duvetyne'. The first has as sole trimming a deep cape collar reaching to the waistline, its entire surface diamond stitchel in self-toned silk. This collar, soft and supple, may be crushed up close and high about the neck and the face to meet the fury of wintry blasts and the ap proval of the passerby. The deep cuffs on the sleeves are stitched the same. More of a mantle than a coat is the vivid Pompeian duvetyne pick ed out here and there with striking oblong motifs of black chenille. Far be it from me to give away any secrets of the trade, but owing to that strange psychology of the fickle fe male whereby she must neneds have ever something different and 'new', little old last year's colors have all been re-christened with a nice new set of names. . 1 If milady but guessed that this sea son's glowing Pompeian red is only "last season's Henna camouflaged by an appellation, she would cast it from her like an impoverished suitor, but FRANCE 'COMMEMORATES AMERICA'S ENTRY INTO THE WAR Kit JA' ,'- I'resldrnt Poinrnre arrlvinK at the Pointe de Grave for tfle corner-stone-laying ceremonies of the great monument 'to be erected by France In commemoration of America's eatty into the war. The American ambassador tr France, ilugh Wallace, laid the corner stone. Vl : U : . long as ignorance is color blind she dons Anzac instead of khaki, dragon fly instead of peacock, victory blue in stead of horizon, faison for tobacco brown, maduro for dark brown and chandren for mahogany and goes her way blissfully confident that she is colored right up to the very latest tint in the fashionable spectrum and everything. COMPOSER DRIVEN TO DEATH BY GERMANS Author of "Internationale" a Sui cide in Military Hospital at Lille. The tragic death of Adolphe Degey ter, the composer of the "Internation ale," who passed away at Lille during the Gentian occupation, has just be come known to the city. Degeyter, a man of strong character, laborious worklngman, had written several songs which he and his brother-in-law used to sing. He made no pretension to being a musician, but took great pleasure in playing the bugle. It was on this instrument that ha played the famous air which he' wrote to the words of Eugene Pottler's hymn, and the first time he sang it was to some of his comrades In a cabaret at Lille. Then his wife died. His brother went to Paris and passed himself off as the author of the famous air. The two misfortunes worked disas trously on Degeyter's mind. He began to drink heavily and conceived for all music a dislike so strong that he would leave a cafe If anyone began to sing or to play some musical Instrument Then the Germans came. Degeyter suffered acutely from having to work for them on the town water supply. When the typhus epidemic 'spread he was ordered to report at the military hospital, and one day he failed to pre sent himself. The "kommandantur" Issued a warrant for his arrest In the evening he hanged himself. He is "buried In the cemetery near the hill, where a little wooden cross with the name "Adolphe Degeyter" marks the grave of 'the author of the "Internationale." Abbreviating Name The pioneers give up beautiful names and the portal authorities ab breviate them. San Francisco Chivo-Icle. snwt New York, formerly Chaplain eratri """"wui xpeatMonary It Is a Wise Golfing Community That Recognizes Its Jjmior Golfers By CHARLES EVANS, Jr., Former American Amateur Champion To every one with the bet interests of golf at heart it is gratifying to note that many of the clubs in the Chicago golf district have been hold ing junior championships, and that the scores in these events have been very good. It is a wise golfing community that recognizes the fact that these junior golfers are our future champions and upon their proper train ing depends the future of tBe game. Nothing develops a boy's game fasler and better than tournament competition, and it fiso brings about a wholesome acquaintance among the sons of members. The fine work of the youngsters at Pittsburgh shows us what they can do when given the opportunity, and it ought to stimulate all golf clubs toi a careful provision of ways and means for the boys' tournaments. ChH cago clubs have been very generous this year, and I can only suggest that we ought to have a western intercollegiate championship. It is the yound college men of the East who are doing part of the good juvenile golf Work this year. I think the Chicago District Golf association, whose good work is well known, could well manage to hold a junior championship next year, There is one warning I give to the junior golfer: More promising coif careers have been ruined by conceit than anything else. Therefore! cultivate a certain humility of spirit with your golf. Bemember that your elders who are sustaining the courses and providing means for you to play, deserve consideration. See that you never fail to grant it. First "Flylest Town." Health authorities of Saranac Lake, K. Y say this probably is the first flyless town. Health Officer Trembley reports, despite unusually hot weather in June and July, that there are hard ly any more flies here than most places in January. It cost $1,000, and was accomplished by requiring manure to be screened and frequently removed. Farmers Used Gas Masks for Grain. Gas masks are In great demand by farmers near Valparaiso, Ind., fof threshing and shipping wheat infected with Australian "takeall." The grain Is so saturated with formaldehyde that the workers cannot stand the fumes. Army Buy 900,000 Yard's of Ribbon. An order by the government tor 900, 000 yards of ribbon for military deco rations Is one of the factors that has led trade to exrect an active ribbon" gpaxon, according to the annual repor of the Silk Association of America. A REAL FARM FOR HOGS OR DAIRYING. 120 acres; 80 under hog proof fence and cross fences; 50 under cultiva tion; flowing well; good five room house and big barn, together with outhouses. In heart of famous East Palatiai-Hastings potato belt; 3 miles from East Palatka on brick highway. Ideally situated for livestock, dairy ing or general farming. Rich,black potato soil. Price $10,000. Terms. Fred T. Merrill, Palatka, Fla. Beat Government The proper function of a government la to make It easy for people to do good and difficult for them to do evil. Gladstone, Time. Time Is a mystery which we have arbitrarily divided Into a past and. a future, that we may understand some thing of It. In Itself we may be al most certain that it Is but an Immense, eternal motionless present, In which all that has taken place Immutably, In which tomorrow, save in the ephe meral mind of man, Is Indistinguish able from yesterday and today. From "The Double Garden," by Maurice Maeterlinck. IT ,1 : hi n I ,f 1 I,1 1 A 1 "TV" """ ... fi.