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PAGE NO. 5 HOME OF Paramount -Artcraft PIOTURES ARCADE THEATER HOME OF Paramount-Artcraft PICTURES TODAY WASHBURN X O D A Y IN "VPN IN THE EAS New Yorks all right if you take it in small doses. Greely had the right idea when he said, "Go West, young man, go West !" So quoth Bryant Wash burn when he got through with "Hicksville-on-the-Hudson." He went there to court one of its Venus-like women and he found that she had a heart like marble Venus ! So "Cactustown" dusted off the "Welcome" sign, and reclasped him to its bosom. Bht while he was there ! THAT'S what makes this a corking picture. Come to see this famous Saturday Evening Post story. ALSO A MACK SENNET COMEDY "HIDE AND SEEK DETECTIVES" MAJOR ROBERT WARWICK, in a Paramount-Artcraft Special LL fl 1T H ITT in nn -J This is not a war play in the sense we commonly hear it. It is based on the secret service during the civil war e.r.r' u a wonderful drama in which Will-am Gillett made his way to fame. It is directed by Hugh Ford, and has been acclaimed wherever it has been shown as one of the greatest pictures of the year. COMING " THE MIRACLE MAN" MATINEE : 3:45 P.M. EVENINGS : 6:45 8:15 9:30 COMING "THE GRIM GAME" I- iiu i jr,Li..M.ii...-,aw,iJtir---'--"-Hri Win I I Hil llila llnai lliinni Mil ITWamilaa EES JJ EXPECT KITH TO SUPPORTERS SAY IF HE IS DE FEATED WILL BE HIS FAULT. Tinkered With Election Law Under Which He Will Submit His Candidacy. (By United Press.) ROME, Nov. 15 While Premier Nit ti continues to be subjected to some of the most virulent personal attacks in Italian political history, it is conli t'ently predicted by his supporters that the government will secure a sub stantial majority at the general elec tions held tomorrow all over Italy. The cynics point out Nitti is in power, and that no Italian govern ment in power while an election was held has been defeated at the polls since 1848. If he is defeated, they Bay, it will be his own fault for tinkering with the electoral law. For Italy will vote under Nitti's new election law, which is aimed az reducting the power of the political wirepullers and giving the people a i extended and more equal franchise. Although woman suffrage was adopt ed by the last chamber, women will rot vote this time as the new law specifically postpones their partici pation in elections until the next dis solution of parliament, but the elec torate will be considerably enlarged ."or in addition to granting the vote to all Italians over 21 years of age (ex cept soldiers actually under amis) there is a special provision extend ing the franchise on this occasion to all citizens who have performed ser vice in the army or navy, regardless of the age limit. There are still 508 deputies to be elected, as the redeemed provincs at! not entitled to representation until the ratification of the treaties with I Germany and Austria permits the formal decree of annexation. La ter there may be a special election for their benefit aftr their represon- Una konn A arm inal ! The constituencies have been re-ai'-j ranged and enlarged. Instead of l'i: I electoral districts, as provided for by the law of 1882, there will be fifty- GERMANYPREPARINGTO WILL USE SAME BUILDING VOX BERNSTORFF OCCUPIED. Swiss Delegation Preparing It For Coming of Germans After Peace Signed. Don't Forget the Hot Midday These Coolish Mornings When the wagon comes take your regular supply of our ice just as usual. If you begin to skip, the driver may begin to skip your door. There will be plenty of occasions when you will need ice as badly as you ever needed it in midsummer and may not be able rget it because you unintentionally lost your place iu our schedule. Hold that place and keep your refrigerator right up to the mark with our ice until there is a permanent change in the weather. Thus you can feel safe, and WILL BE SAFE. SOUTHERN UTILITIES CO. Phone SJ (By United Press.) WASHINGTON', Nov. 15 The hugh three story red brick mansion on Massachusetts avenue which hous e'l Count Von Bernstorff, German am bassador and his staff, is to be used ty Germany for its new envoys, it was learned today at the Swiss Lega- ! tion. Plans for preparing it for the new I representatives of the German repub I lie have been started by the Swiss occupants and some rooms have al ready been vacated. "We are getting ready to evacuate the building and will do so as soon as the Germans indicate they are com ing," said Hans Sul'.er,' Swiss minis ter to the United States. "I believe this will be shortly after the exchange of the peace treaty ratifications." With the exception of the Venezu elan legation, which is across the street, all embassy and legation offi- i ces are located a distance away. I The question of homes for the rep resentatives of the new countries which have sprung up in what was I the old Auctro-Hungarian empire, I which includes Czecho-Slovakia and German Austria is proving a prob lem to the Swedish legation which took over the Austrian embassy and about half a million dollars it had on hand when the United States declar ed war on Austria. "We haven't heard a word about what the representatives of the new countries are going to do,' said aa official at the Swedish legation. 'Sweden has already recognized the Czecho-Slovaks and German Austria and can't turn it over to either one of them. "We will stay here until the new countries which have risen in old Aus-tro-Hungary have reached a decision as to how they shall dispose of Aus tria's possessions. Probably the va riou countries will join and dispose of the embassy building and divide the money." - 4 4 IN THE CHURCHES. FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH. 9:30 a. m. Sunday School, H. M. Fearnside Superintendent, E. H. Coi- lier, assistant. ' ! 10:45 a. m. Sermon, The Law of : the Old Testament Translated into Grace in the New Testament. G:15 p. m. B. Y. P. U. meeting, Mrs. E. H. Collier presiding. 7:15 p. m. Preaching, The Faithful Rewarded. Wednesday prayer meeting 7:30 p. in. Devotional and Bible study. A cordial invitation to all to attend all services. J. F. SAVELL, Pastor. these services. HOWARD DUTILL, Pastor. ST. MARKS CHURCH. 7:30 a. m. Holy Communion. 9:30 a. m., Sunday school. 11:00 a. m. Morning Prayer and sermon. 7:30 p. m. Evening Prayer and sermon. Every body is most cordially invit ed to attend all services. The mu sic is by a boy and men's choir. Rev. J. H. Webber-Thompson, Rector. REV. MARVIN TO PREACH. Rev. O. L. Marvin, of Femandina, will preach at the Baptist church here here Sunday morning at the regular morning service. All are cordially invited to come out and hear him. MAINE RATIFIES SUFFRAGE. (By United Press.) WASHINGTON, Nov. 15 Maine to-day certified to the Senate ratifi cation of its suffrage amendment. New Screw Fastener. An Australian inventor lias patented a screw fastener for wikiI hale bands that enables the bales to be made tight and permits the use of narrow bands, . thereby saving steel. Red Lead for Dry Batteries. A dry battery utilizing red lead, In stead of the usual manganese com pound, has been patented hy H. Czan yl. It Is claimed that the red-lead bat tery lasts longer than the type now In Togue, may be kept inactive for months withoui any deterioration and may be recharged at least ten times, with each recharge as eiliclent ns any pres ent buttery. four for the same number (508) of deputies. Of these Milan is the largest, returning 20 deputies. Tur in and the Emilia district have 19 each; Genoa and Naples 17; Rome (which only had five under the old hw) 15; Florence 14; Alessandria and Caserta 13; Cuneo (Giolitti's con stituents) Novara, Udine, Bari and Palermo, 12 apiece; Como and Cam pobasso 11; and Siena, Perugia, Sal erno, Lecce, Potenza (Nitti's con stituency) and Catania 10 each. The smallest districts are Mantua, Cre mona, Taramo, Caltanisetta, Trapa rr, and Sassari in Sardinia, with five members each . PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH. Donald MacQueen, Minister. Services 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. m. Morning, Sermon. Evening, Sermon. Sabbath school at 9:45 a. m., Mr. Fred Merrill, Supt. Prayer meeting Wednesday eve ning at 7:30 o'clock. All not otherwise engaged are cor dially invited to worship with us. 1 AT YOUR SERVICE f IF YOU OWN A BUICK The Palatka Buick Service Station at corner Tenth and Lemon will take care of your Buick if in need of repair. JUST 'PHONE FOUR-TWO-SIX and our service car will reach you in a "jiffy." We invite you to' see our splendid new show room one of the finest in the state. St. Jame't Methodiit Church ' Sunday school at 9:45 a. m., Ed. M. ! Earnest, superintendent. The Young Men's Business Class meets at the j same hour in Tilghman Hall, Judge V. , Walton, teacher. The l'hilatheas 1 meet in their class room with Dr. ' Sarah Dnvis, teacher. Morning, Sermon. 7:30 p m. Sermon. Everybody invited to attend all of We aUo carry PENNSYLVANIA VACUUM CUP and Goodyear Tires i J. R. FOWLER DISTRIBUTOR FOR DUICK HO TOR CARS Corner Lemon and Tenth I . j B V, f. 4 11 i - r - - -.,r-.