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January 9,
19 19
Arrive here next weei
? ?Tolo^ram Says RoUcheavor Is Lx-,
K'; to Keacli Xcw York Wed
[7. ~'U?> ncsday Morning.
^ Ffnance Committee Meets at Business
..^'Men's C!uR> To-Day?Choir No. ~
ggV-ftVlIl Re Instructed To-Night?Sij;u
I'ifA'ftintcr Causes Amusement.
[? ?,.Homer A. Rodeheaver. musical dl
0. Kioto r for Billy Sunday, who has been |
RCfjttoJlcave of absence with the V. M. C. A
??.: OyeJ-Bcas. will reach New York W'ed
6$. ric^feday morning on the United States
HV tcanpsort "Belgic.'' A telegram to this i
fe!?6ct was received by Jiimej 13. Wal- j
,kerf advance man for Billy Sunday at
'headquarters in the Y. M. C. A. last
Mr. Rodeheaver s expcricnce with the
American expeditionary forces abroad j
will add no little to the force of his j
? talks during the campaign in Rich
mond. and his singing will have a new
and deeper spiritual note from his in-!
timate contact with the hearts and
souls of America's sons who have been ?
on the firing line.
. In a recent letter written just be- .
fore tho signing of the armistice, Mr. ;
Rode.heavcr spoke of the popularity
among the soldiers of ono song which [
h?s .been sung wherever Mr. Sunday;
prjsaic.hed and which will be sung in '
Richmond often durinc the campaign
?"Bighten the Corner."
T. Archibald Cary, chairman of the j
local tinance committee, which is rais- *
; ing funds to meet the expenses of tho ,
t\?tmaipign. will meet the denominational i
S1, .chairmen at 1 o'clock to-day at the I
Business Men's Club. Each of the six (
leading denominations of Richmond is I
represented on this committee by one ;
man. The treasurer of the campaign, |
Carter N. Williams, will also be pres- 1
ent.- James W. Gentry represents the i
Baptists of the city on this commit- ,
tec; R. M. Kent. Jr.. the Christian
?; churches; W. Meade Addison, the Epls
f copal churches: J, C. Seelinger. the ,
Lutherans; A. 1.. Adatnson. the Meth- j
y odiists, and John W. Williams, the j
. Presbyterians.
*. ''Announcement has been made by the
16cat- committee that no automobiles j
?will, be allowed to park in front of,
t?ie City Auditorium on Cary Street at j
any service during the Billy Sunday
-campaign. Only those carrying the j
members of the Sunday party will be 1
allowed to pari? in the alloy at the j
east end of the building. The police ;
Will' assist in informing this order af- j
tcr the meetings begin.
Choir No. 2 will meet to-night for
instruction, passes and rehearsal In the 1
auditorium. At intervals during the
campaign both choirs will be present !
when 1.000 trained voices will lead in:
the. singing. '
Much amusement was occasioned J
Tuesday night by the newly painted j
signs on the roar wall back of the
stage which point the way for mem
bers of the choirs anil others who sit
on the tiers of seats on tho stage. One
of th,e Bigns pointed the way with an
eloquent hand for "sopraners."
"A really ennti sign-painter never
j&ivjtnowa how to tipell." explained Mr.
.? f-vTker "It is only the poor ones who
M**mre good spellers."
Authoritative Information was re
1 ceived yesterday that the Billy Sun
day. party, including the evangelist
and "Ma" Sunday will arrive on No.
IB at the Broad Street Station Satur
day afternoon at' :i o'clock, Mr Sunday
having ccme by way of Washington
City from New Orleans to sec his son,
. *!Do you know why this is the short
est week In the whole year?" asked
Mr. Walker of some newspaper report
era last night.
They did not.
"Why that's an easy one. Sunday
comes on Saturday this week."
Jadsr Prltehnrd, Appointed t>y Former
I*Te?ldent, Saya \ at Ion Suffers
Irreparable Loan.
"After hearing argument in one case,
the United Slates Circuit Court of Ap
peals adjourned yesterday afternoon at
12:46 o'clock as a mark of respect to
the memory of forwier President Roose
velt. Judge Prituhard. himself a
Roosevelt appointee, speaking for the
court, said:
.."The court has learned with the
deepest regret of the death of Col
onel Roosevelt. Just as this period
of our history, owing to the many coni
?dictated and unsettled questions grow
Out of the war in Europe, his
death Is an irreparable loss to the na
rr* tion and the world. l.<ong before the
declaration of war against Germany,
and at a time when we were in doubt
H3 ' to what the attitude of our gov
ernment would ultimately be, he sound
ed the alarm in his characteristic and
courageous manner, doing more than
any one to arouse the spirit of Amer
ilftanism which grew until it knew no
"The great military achievements of
pur boys 'over there' were inspired by
the Rooseveltlan Hpirit. In his death
the world has lost one of Its greatest
( statesmen, the State and community
ar^ invaluable citizen, and his family
a model husband and father. As a
mark of respect to the memory of this
t distinguished statesman and friend of
g.. humanity the court will now adjourn."
K*. The case in which argument was
ra heard was that of Charleston and
fj.} "Western Carolina Railroad Company
Andrew A. Alwang et al.
;**? - '
<tVfW Aeeommndnte 350 ( nrlondn of DulL
H !. '.' and Paeknue Frrlpht?12*.
ii;r" "
tend* Two nioekx.
KYr- Superintendent E. 1'. Laird, of the
K.' Atlantic Coast Line Railroad, stated
&?> yesterday that the freight terminal
j which the A. C. L. is preparing to
construct here will be in every wav
?'? . in keeping with the importance ?.f
Richmond as a shipping and receiving
,,V. The terminal, which will br located
ijj on'rthe site of the liyrd Street Station
.1? 'it surroundings. will have a
p&cfty ?f 3&0 car.- of bu'jk and ;>.ick
age freight. The property extends
from Seventh to Ninth Streets ami
??; from Canal to the river. It is in the
Wk fcrtart of the shipping district
? VEor the present the superintendent"?
}rOfTWje- and other At'.'mli<: ?'oa t l.ine
office? here will remain at Bvrd Street
ggV;?Vafc^tion. notwithstanding the fact that
Stt Irai ins are now being operated out oi
Broad Street Station.
caking of the new station yester
iv <&ky Superintendent Laird said that tin
V loop system, by which all trains '?;?<
; , in the mmf way, i;< Individual to Hici:
. mon'd. Union stations in other ?-:t.???
?i cause much lost time by delay in back
iXiK .in trains.
"OwinK 'i|C transfer of trains frorr
' /the Byrd Street Station to the Uroai
Street Station the Atlantic Coast Eini
ip- now operating as tc.r as Acca in
stead of Clopton, as formerly.
r ?* W ;> ? ?
Prfvufe Waller s. If ardy, Son of ^lr
ail Mra. 4. T. Ilnrdj. Nnrrumlm
to Typhoid In Frnnre.
Jktr. and Mm. J. T. Hardy. "4<Jl Par',
ly.eniie. have received infonnatioi
ft fpoqi the War Department of the deatl
" their eon. Private Walter S. Hardy
Jquarlora Company, Three Ilun
and Twenty-third Infantry. wh<
In France, December 30, of ty
??*> i
If ? Ymv a.? %
Richmond Events
in Paragraph Form
Current Local Neivs Told
Briefly for Benefit of
Busy Readers.
Mrs. Kcnnetli-Brown, better known l>y her:
pen name. Dematrn V^Ka, Is In Richmond 1
In the Armenian-Syrian relief. Sho ia stay- i
Ing at the JcIIerson Motel. "ilaremllck"
ami ??[it the Heart of the German Intrigues"
are perhaps the best known of her books.
.Mrs. Kcniicth-Hrown stated that America '
was in posscsj'-on of great trade opportuni
ties when In possession of the privilege of
coming to ' (he rescue of these perishing
Christians, ?whom the Germans attempted to
exterminate because believing them a slum
bllngblock In th way of Pan-American ac
cording to approved Moslem lines in Turkey.
Richard Kelly yesterday was on his way
from 1'hlladclphia to Savannah. Ga., carry
ing with him one gallon of liquor. On his
arrival hero he was arrested by deputies of
the United States marshal's oftlco and la
now in Jail awaiting trial.
>Vork of relief in the Near East must ho j '
continued by the American Committee fort '
Armenian and Syrian Relief regardless of i .
the action soon to be taken by the allied | j
governments in supplying foodstuffs to the j ,
suffering millions of the world, it developed
yesterday upon the receipt of cablegrams!
from President \Vi%it>n and Pood Admlnis- j '
trator Hoover. These messages were relayed 1
by the American conimlttco last night to
Walker Scott. State chairman of the catn
palgr to ra.ise >"/*),WO in Virginia next week
for such a relief work. j j
Th" manufacture of paper at Hopewoli Is
under consideration, according to a tele
gram received here yesterday from the L>u
Tint Company. Wilmington. Del. Hopewell
Is almost a deserted villac?. since the sign
ing of the armistice: but the manufacture
of paper by the Du Ponts will probably
mean the return of 2.00) or 3.0)0 workmen.
The men of Grove Avenue Baptist Church
are preparing for a get-to-gether meeting
to-night at i o'clock In the Sunday school
room of the church. At this meeting the
officers of the Men's Bible Class will be
elected for the ensuing year. A short pro
gram has been arranged and light refresh
ments will be served.
There will be a synodlcal stewardship con
ference held In the Second Presbyterian
Church this afternoon and evening, minis
ters' meeting at i o'clock, supper for lay
men at?6 and a grand rally at S. The gen
eral subject will ba "The Call of God 111
the New Kra." Talks will be made by Dr.
llenry Lewis Smith, president of Washing
ton and Lee University; Dr. J. D. Kggleston, j
president of Hampdcn-Slriney College; Dr. ;
W. I.. I.Ingle and Rev. William E. Hudson, !
of Staunton.
Private Pred D. Starrltt. of the Twentieth !
Company. Klfth Regiment Marines, Is visit
ing his mother. Mrs. Katherine C\ Starrltt,
of 10:. Past Grace Street. Mr. Starrltt wears
the Regimental Legion of Honor, and has i
also had conferred upon hltn the Croix de
Guerre with the palm citation. The latter 1
part of January he will return to the United ! j
States Naval Hospital at Brooklyn, where
he 1 - receiving treatment for wounds re- i I
celved In the battle of Relleau woods on j i
June 25.
Dr. P. W. Boyd, of Winchester, has been
reappointed by Governor l?avts to till out
his own unexpired term, ending April 1. 191"'.
as representative of the Seventh Congres
sional District on the Virginia Board of
Medical Kiamlners. The vacancy was oc
casioned by Dr. Boyd's resignation to enter
military service. ? (
The fifth annual banquet of the Berean J '
Blblo Class. Tabernacle Baptist Church, was i '
held Tuesday night, anil was largely at- I 1
tended. C. P. Norman, of I/clgh Street Bap- ,
list Church, addressed the assembly. Re
ports were received from the officers. K. P. j ;
Daker Is the class teacher: Wilton L. ,
Thomas, president; Clarence W. Krltzer.
flrut vice-president; Clyde W. Saunders. Jr.,! '
uicond vice-president: C. Kenneth Burns, j
third vice-president: R. Mason Booth, tec- i
retary. and P. L. Hendricks, treasurer.
Installation ceremonlls wero held la.'t
night b> the Ancient Order of Hibernians. |
Division No. 1. at the home of the Mcl'Slll
Catholic Union, at which the following of- ?
fleers, elected several weeks ago. received 1
the oath of office: T. A. Reddln. president;!
! J. .1. McDonald, vice-president: J. K. Mo- i
I Donough. financial secretary: J. T. Dunn, re- j
I cording secretary: T. J. Sweeney, s-ergeant-j
1 at-arms: John King, sentinel, and Dr. J. D. '
lllnchman, medical examiner.
Robert T. Rogers, of Chicago, thought by
his wife. Clara W. Rogers, 6740 South Green i
Street. Chicago, to be In or near Richmond. I
Is being nought after my Mrj. Rogers, who j
reports that . he Is ill and in need of help, j
The State Board of Pharmacy will held Us i
next regular meeting on January 1:1 and ?5. ,
At this meeting an examination will be 1
given applicants to practice pharmacy in
i this State
; Talks by prominent Presbyterian ministers ?
of the State will feature the synodlcal
I stewardship conference which will do held
! this afternoon and to-night ut the Second '
Presbyterian Church. Tliere will be a min- i
I Inters' meeting at 1 o'clock, supper for the !
| laymen at {'? o'clock, and a grand rally for'
j everybody at 8 o'clock. The general sub
, lect of the conference will bo "The Call of
! (iod In the New Kra."
Metropolitan Lodge, No. U. A. P. ,fc A M..
: will meet to-night ut 7;30.
I Krank Asher. city champion, defeated
I Slaughter last night at Raskin's parlors in 1
I the first match of the pocket billiards tour- '
j ney by the aeon- of 100 to Asher made
i a high run of twenty.eight. Slaughter's
high run was only fourteen. Brown will ,
j play Burma to-night, and Gilliam anil Tay- '
lor will meet Priday night. A good crowd
\ was on hand last night to see the tourney i
j get under way.
I There will he a special meeting of the
board of the War Relief Association of Vir- ,
ginia at hfadquartera in the Allison Build- |
ling lo-niorrow afternoon at 4 :'.10 o'clock. j
I Only sixteen new cases of influenza had J
been reported to the Health Department at J
noon yesterday for the. previous twenty-four |
hours" l'?r. Plunnagan seemed pleased that ?
the disease'- was evidently on the wane and ;
the death rate from it wan once again nor- j
tnal. |
When it was discovered recently that one <
of seventeen barrels of whisky being held !
In the basement of the City Hall pending;
disposition of a case was missing, the cry
went up that It had been stolen by a thirsty
thief. All prospects of a sensation were
shattered, however, when It was staled yes-I
tcrday by a police otlicial that the whisky
i had been turned over to Prohibition Com- .
, ir.bsioner Peters for sale through druggists
Judge Richardson imposed four pennal
; ties yesterday morning in Hustings Court.
; l.'.O. gave Prince Smith one month In iall
i lb? fitied George Jackson and Nick Parkers
: and imposed a fine of JGO. and fined P. R
t Mathews $00. All of the offenses were of a
! minor nature.
Th?- teat hers of Bellevue Speeial School.
Sit Twenty-second anil llroad Streets. will
give * dance at the Elks' Home Saturday j
1 night The dance Is a benefit uffair for the'
' i-urpose of raising funds for a library for
; the pupils of the special classes. The State
bar, promised the school the sum of S'Jj if
lh-> teachers can raise an additional $10.
Metropolitan I.odge. A. P. & A. ??!.. will
meet to-night at 7 :r.?> o'clock.
The annua! meeting of the Association
for the preservation of Virginia Antiquities
will be held in the Jefferson Hotel Saturday
at 3:30 P. M
A turkey supper will be served in the
chapel of Grace Covenant Church. Harrison
. Str-et an.] Park Avenue, from t: to s o'clo. U
i to-rtij.'ht bv the Ladies' Aid Society.
A meeting of the National I.i.tgue for
Woman's S-rvIce will be held Pr-day morn
' iiii- at 11 o'clo-.-k at tlx home of Mrs I' I.,
i Williams, 'j West I'ranklin Str-et.
C'leo 11 rrnnndrz, Mirnr I'nvoritr, to Aid
In Attempt to llnln 1'iinri* for
Richmond lllncs.
Tlf-al barefoot dancing will ho a fea
ture f the danre at the Blues* Armory:
. .Saturday right, according to Mr.?. llatii
? ' '.Hon chalkley. v. ho ,s In charge of thtf j
. arr:tng? s. Madame f;!eo Ilernan
t t!< i. formerly with the Garden ?? f Allah,!
. will lo- tin- cfiiti r of at I ruction when]
-lie showthose i?re?. iU all the latest i
, , points in loc-dancinfj.
] Mrne. 11ornamle/.. w ho is well-known
i to the 8taK<\ is' now an ititerpreti?i
- with the Y. M c. a, and has danced j
at manv of the ?rtn\ cam pa. At thel
? tianci Saturday iiiKht will also appear I
the. f;'tnuiia Camp Lcc Headquarters)
I 11a nd.
( Those iit charge of the affair havfi
?. extended an invitation to the wounded!
j t-'OldW r:'. at the \V? sllianipt<?ti Ilofpltal
and t'.iose at the base hospital at (.'amp
' Lee to l>c pr.sii.t The box over the
< balcony at the armory h ill he ocou
r? pl?d by tt.isi veterans, and in iheir
it ' honor It will be decorated with llajjs
? | and {lowers.
The dance is for the benefit of the
o | fund to entertain the ovm-mms Blue*
? i when thene members of I he. or^anlm
tlon return from 1-Tanto.
.. i<,;.K
S31,8B6.81 DURING YEA!)
Total Membership Grows to 0-18,
:UMi Mules and 552
Ulll'itrH KXPKXSK WAS $12,001
Frank T. Crump lOlectcd Superin
teiident of Sunday School, Whose
Koll Totals 887?Stiles 11. Kllysoit
Chosen Church Clerk.
The annua) meeting of the congrega
t iron of the Second llaptist Church
was helvl hi the lecture room of the
church. Adams and Franklin Streets,
las; night. beginning at 8 o'clock. Dr.
F. ClageU Skinner, the pastor, pre
sided. and nfter brief devotional ex
ercises called the business meeting:
to order.
Reports from the officers, standing:
roMimttecs. societies and the Sunuay
school v.*crt; submitted and acted upon.
Ml o( ?r?ese repo.:s pf. >? cd t:: u urea'!
progress wis made last year in ail de
partments of the church s work.
The report of the treasurer, finance
committees and treasurers of the va
rious organizations brought out the
fact that the church raised more money
last year for church expenses and the
various missionary, educational and
benevolent enterprises of the denomi
nation than ?n any previous year, the
lotal for all purposes being 531,890.CI.
?Ml claims were paid up and a small
balance left in the treasury to start
Lhe new year with.
Tiic church expenses proper amount
ed to $12,001.05. The amount con
tributed to the missionary enterprises
uf the denomination, including for
eign and home missions and State
missions and other minor missions,
was $10.07.">.00, while the contributions
for extension work in the city and
other benevolent enterprises fostered
l>y the church amounted to SO.919.00.
In this last amount is included the
r-ost of repairs to the church build
ing and the Sunday school annex.
The church's report shows the pres
int membership of the'church to be
1190 males and f?52 females?total 04S.
The elaborate report on Sunday
school work gives the membership of
the school as actives 047; cradle roll,
i7: home department. 195?total SS7.
The various societies and organiza
tions of the men and women of the
church submitted detailed reports,
showing great activity the past year
along all lines of church, benevolent
and extension work.
The following officers were elected
for tho ensuing year: Frank T. Crump,
superintendent of the Sunday school:
Mrs. Nannie l?. Coleman, church as
sistant: Stiles H. Kllyson. church clerk:
barter N Williams, treasurer: .lohn H.
Lipscomb. envelope keeper: John
Hagby, chairman finance committee:
l/uke D. Drury, missions treasurer:
A. H. Robbins. treasurer fellowship
fund: T. n. Overton and L.. K. Shep
herd. chiefs of ushers.
The following were elected deacons
for four years to take the places of
those whose terms expired with the
close of the year: Carter N. Williams,
James F. Ryland, Thomas n. Johnson
and Dr. Charles R. Robins.
The budget for the present year
adopted calls for $12,918 for ordinary
running expenses and for increased
contributions to all olher enterprises
of the church, such as missions, edu
cation, benevolence and extension.
Miirrlft*e l.lrfnMH.
Ira Anson Kranklin <2fi). Richmond
Annir 1*. Carter (00. Richmond.
Virpll Boyd (L'OI. Richmond
Ttallle Carter CI). Richmond.
Sumu'l Graham (25). Richmond.
Vircinia Ranson (13). Richmond.
l'atil Rwdvani (22). Richmond.
Annie I'ltron Richmo n < I.
Dead in France
Lieutenant Frank Cutchins, son of I
Colonel and Mrs. Sol Cutchins, 1007 |
West Franklin Street, died of pneu-1
monia in France on December 26. ac
cording to information received yester
day by his parents from the adjutant
genoro.1 at Washington.
lieutenant Hutch ins was with the
Three Hundred and Ninth Engineers,
to which he was assigned when given
his commission as second lieutenant in
February, 191S. He went with the or
ganization to France In August, last
year, lie was a graduate of Virginia
Military Institute and was a member
of the old Blues' organization when it '
was in service on the Mexican border.
Resides his parents. lieutenant
Cutchins leaves four brothers, who am
Major John A. Cutchins, now in France:
Coleman Cutchins. of Newport News;
Ivouis E. and Sol Cutchins, Jr., of Rich
Mrs. Melville C. I'nttcraon, Jast llr
tlirnrd from Trip of Investiga
tion, to Speak To-Day.
Mrs. Melville C. Patterson will speak
to the women of the city in Room
n.10 at the Jefferson Hotel at 10 o'clock
this morning under the auspices of
the government home demonstration
headquarters on the advisability of a
community kitchen for Richmond.
While this matter lias befcn discussed
on several occasions nothing definite
had been accomplished until Mrs. Pat
terson was asked to inspect the com
munity kitchens in New York City
anil make a report.
The community kitchen is the most
practical solution to the servant ques
tion which has as yet been devised.
Cooked food, either hot or cold, as de
sired, is sent out to hundreds of fam
ilies living within a certain radius,
thus eliminating the necessity of pre
paring meals.
Miss Maude E. Wallace, emergency
home demonstration agent for Rich
mond, is chairman of the meeting
which wilt be held th!? morning at
the Jefferson.
Women of the city Interested in the
project are asked to attend the meet
ing and hear Mrs. Patterson's report.
Hilly und M? Sunday
will have great, news for you every day
if their six weeks' stay in Richmond
in The Richmond Times-Dispatch. Six
weeks' subscription. $1.35.
Victory Dance
Jordan's Jazz Band
You deposit puts another dollar at interest
for you. Let's make it interesting, and dou
ble your deposits.
Subdivision of State Department of
Agriculture Reopens, After l>ong
Period of Inaction.
Old Director Will Instruct New Man
ill Duties of I'ositioi Office Prac
tically Idle Since Departure of L.
W. Wilson.
The doors of the oflices of the Di
vision of Markets, a. subdivision of the
Department of Agriculture, of which
George W. Koiner is commissioner,
have been reopened, having virtually
been closed since last October.
C. II. Bucher, formerly assistant di
rector during tho tenure of both Di
rector U. C. Moom-iw and Director
Lawrcnco Wilson, has returned to his
ol.l position, among other thincs. to
initiate the new director, who, it is
generally repoited, will be W. S. Camp
ileld, of Harrisonburg.
II. C. Moomaw left the Division of
! Markets to take a similar position with :
? the Federal Division at Washington.
| Me was succeeded by 1j. W. Wilson, of
Staunton, after severaJ weeks during
which CJ. II. Bucher was acting di
Mr. Wilson later left to join the
staff of the food administration at
Staunton. Again the duties of the
oflice devolved upon Mr. Bucher. Mr.
Wilson having taken advantage of the
six months' leave law to do war work !
Shortly thereafter Mr. Bucher resigned
entirely to go with the food adminis
tration in Staunton.
From that time on the ofTlcc was
only nominally open. The services of
j Mr. Bucher. however, have been re
secured. since he is familiar with the
work of the oflice, and also had market- j
ing experience before coming to the
Division of Markets.
Commissioner Koiner has been out
of the city for two or three days, at
tending a conference in Washington.
It could not be learned definitely yes
! terday if Mr. Cainpfleld had accepted
' the position, but it was reported that
he would do so.
All Department* HeRlMer Material
OaLnn Over 1017 and Indicate IIIr
Increase In f'opulnilon.
j Richmond's growth in population \
i and business Is evidenced by the ex
1 traordinary increase in special dcliv
i ery letters handled here. Figures rom
| piled at the Richmond post-ofllce show
! that during last year 233,951 special
delivery letters' were handled, its
against 159.257 the preceding year.
The increase is just 74,694.
Increases in registered mail here
run all the way from 32 per cent to ,
nearly 4S per cent. The registered j
mail * report shows that letters and !
parcels registered here, during 1918;
i amounted to 131.394. as against 92.3S0.
The total, in this department, of the
letters and parcels handled at the re
ceiving end was 171.035, as against
119.K40 the preceding year. Registered
matter handled in transit amounted,
in number of pieces, to 133.2 4 ??, as
against 101,307,
ACADEMY, To-Day & Thurs.
Mndnrr nnd Nlftht
the NATION'S I'lay
Friendly Enemies
PRICES?Matinee. 25c to ?1.00j Night,
ROc to 31-50. '
"The Great I
\ Victory, Wilson j
or the Kaiser?" x
?S E K? s I
The struggle against two set
The first public appearance of
the Kaiser.
The atmosphere into which
Wilson was born.
The ex-Kalser's flight Into
The sailing of President Wil
son to Furops.
WAH history fP-TO-DATB
llie V Cornedy nnd Screen Tele- $|
gram Added. ! ?
Mntn., Clr; .Nights, ISe, I'lns Tax. ? .
Special for School Children J |
Between 2:30 and 5:30 P. M. 4<
io cknts, i\ciit'Dixt; tax.
Schedule?10, 11:30, 1. -lltO, 1,
5:no, 7, SiUO, 0t45.
Crowds Go.'
Extra Feature,
and BURT
Married and
Tho llaelielor's Vision.
and His Joyland Girls
A Joy Hide in a Pullman.
Vaudevillc'H Cleverest Comedienne,
Added Feature
No Advance In Prices?Matinee (Daily), toe and 25cj Nights (Two Shows), 15c, 25c, 85c
; WVijVr jl<" 1
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"The Shopping, Center"
Muslinwear Sales
Are the Woman's
At no other time in our history have we
held a more successful Muslinwear Sale, nor
one that meant so much in the matter of true
economy to our patrons?the sale itself, we
believe, is best evidence of these two outstand
ing facts. See the crowds in attendance here
daily, and how delighted every one seems with
the excellence of the Muslinwear that make up
the lots, the superb varieties of garments and
trimmings, and then?THE SUPERIOR
We repeat, "it is the woman's opportunity"
to select all the dainty undergarments she is
likely to need for the long season that's just
ahead, and to save money while so doing.
We again urge you to examine the
Tables of "Sample Garments" at
79c, $1.19, $1.59, $1.98,
$2.19, $2.98 and $3.98
There are wonderful values in even finer
garments than these; for example, the beauti
ful lacey Gowns, Skirts, etc., at $4.50 to $5.98,
but it is in the lots noted here, including gar
ments for general wear, we direct most atten
tion ; they are the real bargains of the sale and
there are more of them.
Second Floor?East.
'The Confederate Museum
Op?n Dally from f A. a to I P. 1L
Saturdays i A. M. to 2 P. IL
REX, To-Day
Western and Comedies.
Tate Spring Natural
Mineral Water
Kndorsed by the medical profession
throughout tho country. Most efficient
natura diuretic known for Its rtimcla
ln>r effect on the kidneys. Has been
recommended for all diseases of tho
stomach, liver, kidneys and blood.
Call Tata Springs Armey. Bool. 161
Mnls., liSc; Tax, 2c; Nights, 18c
Frank Mclntrye
"Too Fat to Fight"
Rex Beach's Dandy Story
"Independence, B'Gosh"
Scats, 22c; Wnr Taj, !lc
"The Squaw Man"
Ten Famous Stars
"The Village Chestnut"
A Murk Scnnctt .lojffnt
Last Times
Here To-Day
.Hut*., 13e; T?s, 2ci Nights, 18c
Marguerite Clark
Eugene O'Brien
"Little Miss Hoover"
Mutt & Jeff?Chester
V1U I Ul\ Ail Week
Scats, 18c; Wnr Tor, 2c
William A. Brady's
"Little Women"
2,600,000 Copies of the Book Sold
See neth, Meic, Jo nnd Amy Live in
ODEON?Again To-Day-Last Chance?10c?ODEON
A Scintillating Comedy With a Thousand Laughs
Two of tho Greatest Ever Shown on One Program

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