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REV. J. 6, HUTSON RESIGNS
PINE STREET PASTORATE ? Widely Known Minister Retires After Forty-Five Years of Serv ire. CONG K KG A TIO .V S I* R V RISKD Committee Named to Ask Dr. Ilut son to Reconsider, but lie Says Time Has Come for Him to Give Up Active Work. Row Joshua It. Ilutson, P. P., yes terday tendered his resignation as pas tor of the Pine Street Puptist Church. At the end of this month, when his resignation takes effect. he i11 have served the church as its pa-'tor for forty-live years arid six months, liav- , ing assumed tljo pastorate Xoi'Cinbor 1, 1S72. When his official connection with the church ends, the venerable pastor will leave Richmond for Chil howie, near Bristol, where he will make his home with his only daughter. Mrs. Itobert L. Cole. The resignation came a* a surprise and a shock to the congregation, and a committee was appointed to wait upon Dr. Ilutson and endeavor to per suade him to reconsider his action. This was unavailing, however, the min ister stating last night that he was fully persuaded that it was his Mas ter's will that he give up his charge and retire from active ministry. DB. Hl'TSOX'S Wll'K DIKD AnOtT TIIftKK H KKliS .KiO Dr. Hutson's action followed closely Vpon the death of his wife about threr weeks ago. With tho death of the helpmeet who had been his companion for forty-three years, he considered that his age was too great to permit him to live comfortably and content edly alone in Richmond. This, he feared, would interfere with his work, and perhaps affect his usefulness to his congregation. So he deemed it best to retire. L,ast night ho stated that it was not possible that any pas tor could ever have loved a church and its congregation better than he loved his, and that even after his de parture he hoped to keep in close t touch with tho institution with whose 1 growth and glory his life history was so closely and pleasantly entwined. Dr. Hutson's resignation came to the congregation in the form of a let ter. which was read to the congrega tion at the morning service yesterday. It was not expected, he having kept his intention to resign from all save the daughter, who has been with him sincc the death of his wife. The letter was read to the congregation by the clerk. "When the reading and the dis cussion it aroused had ended, not a dry eye was seen in the church, and, all protested against acceptance of the resignation. It was believed that the pastor could be persuaded to remain. M. R. Pace. M. W. Wilkinson and W. II. Ilill were appointed a committee to wait upon him. The committee pleaded long and in- | *islently. but without success. The mem ho>-fc. will formally report their afilure i to tho congregation at next Sunday , slight's service. I.K'ITEII OK TIKSIOXATTON READ TO COXC.HRGATION The letter to the congregation, em bodying tho resignation, read: "Dear Brethren and Sisters.?There was never a pastor that loved a church more than I have loved this church, and never one who was more deeply grateful than I am for all the kindness ond love which you have extended to [ me. It was tho unmistakable provi dence of (Jod that brought mo here; rrfore than forty-live years ago, and now I am fu/ly persuaded th.it the time has come when 1 ought to so. I there fore, after much prayer and most anx ious thought, tender my resignation to take effect the last of this month. I return unmeasured thanks for all tho patience and forbeararico which you have exercised towards me, and for tho continued and unfailing consideration shown me. I commend you to the ITrace of God, and shall ever pray that increasing prosperity, peace, harmony und brotherly lovo may be with you tr\ "Tour loving; pastor, (Signed) B. HUTSON." WITH O.Mi ClIPntMI' I>on M2AUI.Y IlAf.K A CENTntl In the nearly half a century Dr. Tlut son has been connected with the church here he has bcon one of the most ao the clergymen of lVrginla. Ilo came here at the age of twenty-nine. He ih now in his .seventy-fifth year. When he. came his church was a small frame structure at '.lie enrn' r r.f Spruce and Pine Streets. At that time it had a membership of 167 Now its member ship is 1.501, and it han more than 1.200 on its Sunday school roll. The present building at the corner of Albemarle and Pine Streets was erected in ISsl sSince then two annexes have been added. For many years it lias been the largest chunh in Virginia. During his paM. irate 1??*. Ilutson has made, 50,611t pastoral visit; to members of his congregation. These visits ho jt'.ll keeps up and enjoys In the same time ho ha baptized _.T00 convert? , per formed 1 764 wedding-- and cil'i :ati 1 at ?,i'0'2 funeral . The d'prt' <?'. do'to divinity was conferral up- .1 1 M.i'son several years ago b; it : in ?: ? >ge 11? ? contendr t: .?? ? ? vt . n > re.v- ?n why the college should have dono for, he a; ? "t\ \v i?? ! ? nt nic .??> it young ri? i; ,, .... I ] n<M - had the udv.r * if >: stf t ra ? ? irg.'* iiurmg W. r ? ?? t v. < ?: tan States Dr. Hutson and his brother* also a cleig.a:; ;<:.J as tuch u<tf den. i .lit:! Ion t > the irmcd sf.-v.. ? ? ? - ? ?,j? r? <i;? being ? n;end< : ?? v. ?: r _r v it! ncMtets-at ' ? -i-.i ? ? ? ? r. J Jr. Hut ? ?? v j ?i'j'.j; .rii ? r. v ? work when lie .-air.. to r.i< hmond. Three am all eou : it ,i u had been h y ?rge.? < ; :? j ear.- he ha ! o? ?!..'? 4 ! i lied Miss Leonora J. LJaugli, of Sus ox County, In 1?74. On< daughter wan oorn to t)i< ? ? ?; ? ... .r ?.his daughter that .* : ? i ? ? iJO'tO fp'rd ) * ...; <1.1 . life of real us.'r .. ?. : . man. li liisolv Ins to >|icnl., ' Rev. Wythe J.-iu-!i !: : olv;ns w ,o iia? recent 1;. i where )v ?? i- it r ih^ righting .f-.' < trench est. will d< h \ < r i: > ihc parish lion.. i < Epiphany, Harfm ll evening at o i<> ? i \. ihtf'fi addrc.su will l..>- j ,it a "knit tin? bf I aynplcen of the Ohur \v , , . clet)'. Uefreslunent; u .: i . send a free-will olferi r ... f i t benefit of th<. pari, h h Prlddy Itrrriirii t|ipnlii||nrti|, ?'.H. C. I'riddj a ii'i u a fa . . &t tmd' r '? >r:r.? " s't..:. .''oner J I:. I? ? I?-rf > Pas l? .. . iurpcelor In t - t.'nited St;?t?-> :. tnent of Kabul \a, i! 11 htad'juar . ? i ,? itaUSmorc. Jungle Elephant Does Bit To-Day 11 ill Parade Broad Street Ad monishing Pedestrians to Buy Liberty Bonds An elephant from tho jungles oi Africa will do his. bit for liberty bond: to-day by parading through Broa? Street with banners admonishins pedestrians to buy. The animal has been pressed into service by the Catho lic Woman's Club, whose members ar' conducting: a bond booth at Miller & Rhoads. Through its efforts for the cause the women expect that many will be induced to purchase bond;?. The Catholic women are attempting to excel the record made Saturday !>y the women who conduct the booth at the American National Bank. Theso women sold $12,500 worth of bonds on the lirst day of tho bis drive. Richmond women sold bonds to tho amount of $201,000 Saturday. Prac tically 75 per cent of this sum was gotten from buyers who purchased single bonds of $50 and $100 denomi nations. A new woman's booth will be estab lished to-day at Traffic's drug store. The booth at the post-ofllco will to day install a liberty bell to he struck at intervals to call attention ty the sale. This booth is maintained by the Business Women's Club and the Stenographers' Association. PRAYER IN RELATION TO NATION'S NEEDS IJr. nnTvIr I'rem-he* Striking Sermon on '?Silent, <)ulet. Inconspicuous .Ministry of t'rnycr." "Prayer in Relation to th^ Nation's Needs." was the theme of a sermon at St. Paul's Kpiscopal Church last night by the rector. Rev. W. Russell Bowie, D. P.. which carried its own appeal to an audience of men and women to whom the war had brought home the truths to which Dr. Bowie gave ut terance?a new sense of the need of God. and the "silent, quiet, inconspic uous ministry of prayer." Pr. Bowie declared that the people of America were apprehending a." never before the need of prayer; that in the confusion of the times they were reaching out for God, and finding God as never before. He spoke of prayer as an individual and human need, and the mighty fact of having at this time tiie sense of a background of some thing mightier than oneself. Prayer gives very definite things, de clared Dr. Bowie. It gives comfort, light, the strength of inspiration, and brings a sense of the power of dotl into the hearts of people who have not hitherto definitely sought God. In this high hour of the destiny of the world, he said, it was well to heed the in junction more closely to continue in prayer, since prayer is one of the manifold needs of the human heart. Beginning next Sunday, Dr. Bowie purposes to preach a series of three sermons on "Free Thinking in Chris tianity in Relation to the Times," which are looked forward to with the deepest Interest by the congregation at St. Paul's. POLICE RAID ALLEGED DISORDERLY HOUSES Shot I* FMrcd After Oflleer* llrenk Down Iloor tit 3-7 I Inst Franklin Street. Two alleged disorderly houses were raided by the police early Sunday morn ing. At 2 o'clock Officers Frayser. Allen. Bailey, and Galhraith, of the Sccond District, arrested four sir's and three men in an apartment on the second floor of 327 Fast Franklin Street. The police said last night that in entering they tyere forced to break down a door, and that a shot was fired by some one with in after they entered. All those ar rested will be arraigned in Police Court this morning. They gave bail. The second house rlosed was at 3fti Denny Street. Annie Glenn was i barged with conducting P. Patrolmen Sweet and Wyatt. of the First District, arrested three Rirls and five men, who were charged with being disorderly. Two of the men arrested were sailors. WHITE HOUSE PICKET CASE Appeal of DtdloTnl Women Wlm In sulted I'rrsldrnt Comet I'p on \VediiMdny. The White House picket, care is dti? for another appearance in court Wed nesday, this time before the Cni'.ed States Circuit Court of Appeals at Richmond. Last November wh<*n thirty suf fragists were declared by Judge Wad til'.! in '"the United States District ^ 'Urt to lie illegally confined in ' '<? workhouse and remarided to the District of Columbus jail. W. II. Wliit : .V; - then s i perintendent of the work ln-i-e appealed the case. All but tlir^e of the Mtfi'ragista were pardoned by 1're- Mont \\ ?.'.?on within :i wetk and rc le.i* ed 1 >(.1111 jail. Thc-e three, Mrs. John Winter: ll.-annan. Mrs I!?m rv ttuttcr worth anil Mi-.. I'or.i W. >-lin, all fr.jiii New York, bad been released i? rt their personal bonds to appear <>n Jui\ !. and undergo the balance ..f their sentervo. They therefore w-re not n'luded in the pardon Riven the ? ?! prisoner and the appeal ho!'! in rrspect to ihc.r ca:'"S. INSURANCE MEN TO MEET Will llcnr <ililrrsiM l''rom Secretary Me \diio nnil lilitirnii'P I'rldd.v, of Nrii \ orl.. The moot iiiR of the 1: hnwd As.-o cia' ."ti of 1.? f?? T 'tiller v. fit i r- wb !? i will l.e l-:.| a: I- "0 o'clock to-d:i.. at the Kil l inonii llol?'\ promt:-' ? to be till' iarpest ever lie-Id under tin iiuspb <? < f the Un'ai .it 'll liii "ii. I.awreiuic 1'rnldy, i> 1 ' t w York, president of 'he national ir'io< ;.it ion. will adilrc s the me?'tins;. win.' the lif^ insurance tii'-n of \ ir c ? i wiil sittcrd a hort talk by S'-. l a I ;.' of tb T r. i ' I r > M ? A ! ? >?> i! lirili t; i : \ ? l:*.:. M i ? promir.' ' : 'tr ance Tii e ti v. :11 attend the meeting. Urco\crli?K I nun ltiirn?. I . : ? I .ii : 1 'or.-< 11. l'owh ? ? .? n count< v. no in tb^ Memorial 11? - a ? ? ? . ? ? f b111*": i >?<?<?; v?'d ? i a I ? p ti o! n< c\piod?'l ?t J; i. i ?! tii:-. u .i : : <: ? I t " 1"> ? ? ? . , ? ? ,!:iy. 1 ? . . . <| .1 ' i'!i:i'jji to tb*- lun to p,;r ica: ? ? and in th-"- darkne. ot ? ? i the men Si ruck a match t" light a ? t. i i : ; ' ? i ? ;"f-!, n W !|:> ll iiM-il ! ?,? ? - .? i vti f'iy bnt ned, a <1 Mr I' .; . I !n; sioli, \\ ho v. a: n. 11 by. ai-o injured. Mrs, Nanny luipro\ in p. 'lb' ?!?'.?. f Mi.-- Mar Nairn,, I \ ? u i llr.. pita\ w ih a . ? ' ' 1'IK, l'll'.K'''il I'.' li;ivi ' ?'! ! V. i!'i i III \\ p dy. ,,f 111 I'..i t. ??< t. oti .March is i?rt? 1 ? \ . '.ov. : \. it iva. Htated a I llr- I. |i la! T . r < i. |! \s ,i c.\ I'm- ? t >?' ' ? I ! v. 11itb) !.? i ' niovi d during: i'.i. ' v. ? . , , bai ii'. condition wuuli SEPSEim CORMUCK SPEAKS HI SIM? SIM Tells of SlnRjiiK of "Onward, Cliri> thin Soldiers" j,v Hi?h lenders ia France. MUSICAL I'ltOGIt A.M KK.VDHRItf' Chorus From William lox pllbIi, School Sings "Sons of America' and Lends Audience in Many Pa triotie Choruses. The feature of tho .Sundar yesterday afternoon was a ;,hort am] forceful talk by Servant l.. Shannoi, C ormack, of tl.o Canadian ?*?edltio,,ar> forces, detailed l,y ,lle , IUIC(1 s government for two month,' leave o( absence to exhibit the oflidlal war pi, tares, which form tho most rc,.0fU livity of tho educational campaign ""ducted by tho committee ?? public information at Washington. .Ser. geant ("ormack and Mr. Langtreo arc sent out by the division of films of the committee or, public information, ami <he picture?- will be shown for tho first tiino in Richmond at tho Academy of Music tonight. Sergeant i'ormack has seen three yearn' hard servico at the fron1 , was at "ipres. Snmine and Arr-vs -mi invalided home several months Now. tive weeks out of tho ho?pitil .ie proudly exhibits an u;:lv pie.'.'of ?-l-.rapnel which had reposed uneas.lv Ms stomach for eleven and onc-h-al'f months. How d ye live?" whispered a Hoy Scout usher in awe-struck tones to the sersreant when the p|, of .:hrapnol was being passed around to Interested p.-irne.! at t f-.o ? *it >- Auditorium |.ay I didn't live." said tlie sergeant 1 juj>t existed." l .M'Sl'AL I'ROCItAM Is MOST ATmACTIVK The "sins-" opened with a special number by the orchestra, ".Libert v Lads. The fresh younj voices of i tie children from th?? William R |*0 School saner "Sons of America." and assisted materially in otl<er choruses. I'll" orchestra, under Mr. Mercer's direction, rendered another beautiful selection. "The ones We Cant For pot." and just before Sergeant I'ormack was introduced by Secretary Winfrey, of the Commission on Training I'amp Activities, the orchestra led the ni ence in "Otiward, Christian S -Idior: ." "The Inst time I heard 'Onward Christian Soldiers.'" said .Sergeant ?'..r ma.-k beginning his talk, "w.t* on the slopes of \rras. Harry Lauder led the ringing. Tho slope of the hill formed a *ort of natural amphitheater, and ""?.000 soldiers or the Highland Division joined in the singing. Thcv wore the Highland plaids and kilts, and the massed hand of the P.rigade of (Juards ?.?0 pieces, tiie most wonderful band in' the Uritish Kmplre. played Sullivan's music, for the Highlanders. Ami they sang as no one never heard it ?-"nc before the song you have j?st sung? 'Onward Christian Soldiers'" IIOW M()\TA V \ m <;,?t ins \kw nooTs Recalling the early days of the war the sergeant spoke of the snlcnd'd equipment of :i,e -Icrman soldiers and especially of lheir COOlJ boots wh,oh withstood 'tie water and mud of the trenche:. wiiile those of the, Can i.iii let the wet soak through. "And when we killed a Ocrman we aiwa? p?;!efi ,,rr ,ljs ,.s a:.(1--v/>r? .acm otir-selves afterward" he , . ?>] , ? ed naively. "Wo called 'it "p ' cit shopping.' Well, one dav a man from Montana, n )?:p. Mow WrstP'T. ?? ? ' , been detailed to duty on tho listening, post. This was such a tedious, nerve racking' duty, lying out there in a hole In front of the trenches with one's tar to the ground very clo;;e to the man liner, that the sentrv was chai red ? very hour. At the end of ,1;,. j], n man's hour, he failed to sl,.w up id two men crawled out to 1 fo,- , 1 our hours !,ter h(. , h.,wed up. The-e a.. ,i s.i i.~-!re/j e,.,j, ()Jl jjjs whvli '?veil til* platoon .sergeants ?tern reprimand failed to wipe off. \iieteve you been,' demanded the WeSn' JVTlvl" !e%,TSt i> nran. ..h- ..Ion tana mail o< thath! ilViW "hopping* and -..at he iuid to kill ni: e Germans be'ore hejoun,, a pair of boota that would fit s?raai <??rrtrrnrw ? HIGH BLOOD PRESSURE f YVAititiiN PAINT CO. 700 \X. liroiul Street, (?hiss. Varnishes. Paints. The Confederate Museum TWF.LKTI1 A.VI, CI.AT STUKt"" Open Daily from & a. M, to S i>. - K"":r"1v" - A .M 'n ? P M Acaderay-To-Kight & Tues. Matin,e Tuejidn v Prices: 'V'.'Jrr1 it,,.. . V.iic'. 1 EX-GOVERNOR STUM i MAKING MEAT SURVEY Appointed Chairman <?f Important Ci'ovcrnnicnt Commission, Willi Ontco at Washington. I WILL STUDY WHOLE QL'KSTION Comes to Richmond to Attend Fu neral of Colonel Warren V. Tay lor, and Will Itemain Over f??r MeAdoo Address To-Night. Puties in increasing volume and im I portanee In connection with war ac tivities arc devolving upon former ! Governor llcnry c. Stuart. Within the i last two weeks he has organized and "t put into motion an agricultural ad visory committee with offices In the 'food administration in Washington. The announcement is now made of his . appointment as a member of a com mission to make a survey and report on the entire meat situation in tlic I'nited States. The fact that Governor Stuart is one of tli* largest beef producers east of the Mississippi River was no bar, in the opinion of the Secretary of Agri culture Houston, to his service on this body. The agricultural advisory commit tee is compose 1 of leading farmers from all sections of the country, and co-operates with the Peparttncni of Agriculture and the food administra tion. It is an official body, and is now at work as an active integral part of the government's war program, having concluded a week's session in Wash ington on Thursday last. Governor ; Stuart, w ho is the chairman, is in icharge of t!i" ofllee. and directs the |activitie of the committee. Its work will take almost hi3 entire time. It is tli? fnu'tion of the agricul tural advisory committee to bring and keep the farmers, the producers, of the country in clor-e touch and co-operation with the Secretary of Agriculture and the food administrator. Its supervisory powers ure extensive, covering, not only production, but conservation and distribution as well. As a result of its first meeting, important work has al ready been begun to bring about in creased foM production, and its pro gram for the future is most compre hensive. In his capacity as chairman of the agricultural advisory committee. Gov ernor S Mart has now been selected by S'-cro: ? ?'>? Houston as a. member of a commis.-ion whoso duty it will lie to examine into tho meat situation of the i "Unify. It will look into meat pro duction. ttf> prosp, cts for the future, the needs of the Industry and the pos sibilities for governmental aid and stimulation. It will examine into the workings of meat distribution and mar keting and the efficiency, or lack there oi, of existing methods. It will make :i survey of the relation of the pack ing Industry to the present situation. Governor Stup.rt's associates on the meat commission will be a representa tive of the Department of Agricul ture. a representative of the trades commission, a representative of the labor interests, a representative of the ?.iriff commission an.I the moat buyer !"r the allies for overseas consump tion. The former Governor. when seen here last night, said that the details <>f the two organizations with which he i? now bit ritilled remain to be worked out. lie seems happy in the opportunity afforded him to Rive hin entire 'imp without compensation to the work of winning the war. lie will return to Washington to-nigh*, hav ing corr.e here t ? attend the funeral of ! is frvi.,1 and tormer quartermaster of h:s official staff. Colonel Warren P. Taylor, ajid remaining until t-' -day to :tttend tlie l.ibcrty loan mass-meeting; to-night. "The Shopping Center" Again, Liberty Calls Answer 1 lironprli yonr application for l.'nited States Bonds of the Third Liberty Loan to-day. LIBERTY is calling. As surely as she looks beyond those slimy leagues whose depths have claimed the count less prey of modern piracy and sees the task still left to do, she calls. Tis not enough that we have sent our sons, new troops, though they behave like veterans. 'Tis not enough that we have' raised an army of a million men and built for them cantonments. New ships must bear these sons of ours to that heroic shore of France in never-ending passage. And following them must be more ships, and more and more, to win conclusively against the toll of submarines. Great camps like villages must rear themselves in France to house our troops. Great railroads must build there, too, and factories must raise complete, so pressing and so great the needs our arms in France arc now encountering. The epilogue is simple, friends. The peace we long for must be bought ?not by a tribute of our rights, but by our might expended in the cause of liberty and right. And every one of us must count this time an opportunity to do his fullest share?for here and now the nation asks again for that which makes the whole plan possible. BUY LIBERTY BONDS! MILLER & RHOADS. SIDING IN CARY STREET Council Committor- to Con?l?irr Petition This Afternoon nt o't 'lork. Further consideration of the orfi nar.ce extending the railroad side tr:i.:k iti Cary Street. between Kourteent i and l'iftoetua Streets. will be given thl.< afternoon by :m? Council Committee on Streets. Tho building 'or which sbi? track facilities are sought has bet.n leased by th?j United States (jovcrn inent, and it is expected that the ordi nance will be recommended by tho committee. The. matter has been perd ing for some lime, with considerable opposition being mustered against its adoption. Tliero are t?!so several other small matters before, the commitice for con sideration. The committee also has va rious traction matters before it, includ ing the straight f.-cent fate and trans fers on the Seven r**nen line, nut no action is expected this afternoon. The meeting i.- called for 5 o'clock. The Konrd of Aldermen will hold it" regular monthly meeting to-morrow night at S o'clock, with considerable routine business coming up for con sideration. WMMmmmmmmswA e Curtis. Miller & Co. I It o j? ^ Of Chicago and Pittsburgh, want suitable location for ^ ^ Branch Store. Mail full particulars to ^ ^ HARRY A. KOrS, | ^ 50S-512 Market Street, ? ? Pittsburgh. S TICKETS NOW ON SALE FOR ing Music Festival OF THE WEDNESDAY CLUB II Superb Concerts, Featuring Till] UI'SSIAX SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA AND 1 o?METROPOLITAN ARTISTS?10 CITY AUDITORIUM April 20-30 and May I. TICKETS, 81.OO TO $3.00. Sow on Sale at Hox Office. THE CORLEY COMPAN Y. : I Fast Ilrnnd Street, Richmond, \'a. Don't Fail to Secure Tickets To-Day tor Concert in Aid ot Stricken France a 1? t Choristers Father Finn's Famous Chicago Choir of 100 Voices That Achieved Interna tional Renown in Competition With the World's Most Famous Choirs in Paris. Easily the Most Intercstin? Musical Event of the Season! City Auditorium :: Tuesday, April 9th TicKets, 50c to $2.00 Buy your tickets early and help to swell the proceeds of this worthy cause. The receipts will bo used to rebuild devastated France. EDUCATIONAL DEPARTMENT THE CORLEY CO., '213 East Broad Street, Richmond, Va. Red Cross Ball SATt'iniA v. \ Pit 11, i:t. vr s;::o i\ M. mi.i !:??? .AinioiM WKIUHTS SAXOI'llONK IS STi:A 1 'i' <.'ulmnl?WH, ?>hi'j AI?>IIH*i|0\ - - - - - - - T.-.o Victor Theater ?to-i?.\ v? I.OL'ISK GLAl.M IN "C*OIjI)K.\ hi Li; KATi:M A Western Drama and Comedy The Phanlom Riders' WITH II A It It V t M112V A I?S? ? ??i?i:i? ui:" A 110 TrlanRlr ( ?imPily ?'I lie Woman in the W rlj. 1E22SE MAKING THE WORLD SAFE FOR DEMOCRACY! Ira M. Lowry presents FOR THE FREEDOM OF THE WORLD by capt Edwin Bower Hws-er WHAT YOU CAN DO TO help IN THE WAR THAT MAKES IT safe: for you to uvl ISIS--This Week Mats., 15c.. Nights, 25c. COLONIAL-t^SC. .Matinees, 10c. Nights, 15c. Mitchell Lewis, (Star of "The Barrier") IN "Tin: sign invisible," AND Charles Murray-Mary Thurman, IN ".a bkdroom blunder." Worth Five Times the T'rlcc. bijou^iK,": Matinees, 10c. Nights, 15c. Constance Talmadge IN "THE SHUTTLE'' From the Famous "Best Seller," By Frances Hodgson Burnett. Also Burton Holmes Travelogue. Just To-Day-ODEON-One Price 10c JUNK < 'ATRIC'E, IN "UNKNOWN 27 4." With a Special Added Feature. JOHNNY J. JONES The Best in Amusements and the Biggest Exposition Ever Seen in the South attractions Auspices the Order of the Golden Seal 20 3 20 3 All Fit for the Entire Family to See LATEST RIDING DEVICES CIRCUS LOT BROAD AND BOULEVARD APRIL 8-13 Built Upon the Foundation of Cleanliness and Decency Watch for Big Street Parade Tuesday, April 9. Sec Papers for Line of March.