, COLUMBUS THEATRE
WEDNESDAY, NOV. 3RD
"MUTT & JEFF" IN COLLEGE
POSITIVELY EVERYTHING NKW.
I QUE VdDMlAN'S STRDDSIFS
DD (D) L D A DS SALE
Br sun lo Art Hum ijrt m education. II jrU f unnier all Hit lime
SEATS 50, 75, SI. 00 TssvHr,:
Wednesday and Thursday of This
Mr." jTwT W l is. lit. of Kthelville,
w a visitor to the r it y Monday.
Mr. W. (. 1V k ami family, ami
Mr. 1.. D. Divilbis Hnii family Ppont
Sunduy in Aberdeen.
Mr. Gaiusi Hush ami Mr. (iaius
Whitfield, of Aitesia. spent Monduy
in the city on business.
Mrs. Oscar Mcllwain and little son,
of Artesia, are visiting Miss Mamie
Watson on College street.
I'ralurM nl A""il W"lilit.
In the nrlM te 'f !' m Mini W'l
linif hflil nt lli Im.IiiMuhI lit-Mut
mi, I ('..Ui'it' S.itrnliiy fvcmn?, the
( ummrKiiil i t F inilny omitted a
number of the mt attractive fen
hire. Nothing could have been mote
fnwinntrng than the flower I'ill',
who were Mise Annie Rainy
Lnngino, of Jackson, ami Frances
Woodley, of HaUiesburg.
The ring brnrer, Miss Frances
Street, the attractive little daughter
of Mr. anil Mrs. S. B. Street, Jr..
and Cupid, impersonated by Little
Frederick Cnrleton Trice, the dear
little son of Mr. und Mrs. J. C.
Price, were so sweet and cunning
that they won the hearts of the en
Mrs. M. F. Flood's many friends
are glad to know she is improving af
ter several days illness.
Mrs. A. C. Ilalbert's friends will
regret to learn of her illness at her
home on South Third avenue.
Rev. W. S. Slack, rector of St.
Paul's Episcopal church, delivered a
sermon at the high school in Artesia
The Philathea class of the First
Methodist church will give their en
tertainment Friday evening instead
of this afternoon ns formerly an
nounced. All members are urged to
bear this change of date in mind.
The faculty Club will be at home
to its friends Saturday afternoon
from four-thirty to six o'ciock
Misses Hooper, Suttlc, . Timberlake
and Ellen Crawford will be hos
tesses. No cards.
Captain T. II. Sharp's countless
friends are glad to know that he is
improving after a very serious illness
in New Orleans, lie will return to
Columbus as soon as his condition
Mrs. G. M. Flynn and Mr. Leo
Flvnn left Monday afternoon for
Macon, to join Mr. and Mrs. Nat
Harrison, and together they motored
to Memphis in Mr. Harrison's new
Cadillac. The party expect to return
Mr. Jonathan Richardson's count
less friends regret to learn that he
suffered another attack of appendi
fit is Tuesday afternoon. He was
taken to Memphis for treatment, be
ing accompanied by his mother and
brother, Mr. Claude Richardson.
Mr. Knox Whitfield, who had the
misfortune to break his arm while
playing football last week, did not
give up but kept right along with his
school work. His friends are glad to
know that the broken limb is getting
Hon. anil Mrs. Richard L. Bradley
n.e receiving congratulations from
their countless friends upon the r
rival of a son and heir. The little
fellow has been named Richard L.
after his proud father, and there is
no happier man in all Mississippi
that Mr. Bradley. Mrs. Bradley and
the baby are at the McKinley sanatorium.
Dollar Sale Going On.
The Woman's Store inaugurated
a two day's Dollar Sale yesterday
morning and immense crowds have
visited that place and have taken ad
vantage of the low prices offered.
The sale will continue throughout
today, and your attention is enlled
to the advertisement appearing in
SAYS SOMETHING WRONG.
Aberdeen, Mim., OH. 2fi.T.e
fall term of iho Monroe County Cir-
imf. Court convened Him morning
with Judi'o litude Clayton, of Tupe
lo, presiding. 1 he grririil Jury wan
empanelled ami e Sheriff J. (!,
Crosby, one of Monro county's moot
progressive farmer, was mud fore
man. Judge Clayton delivered a
charge to the grand Jury that was
full of ginger. He told them that
there win evidently something wrong
around here und that a thorough in
vestigation was needed. After the
charge they begun the exnminntion
of witnesses. Owing to the absence
of District-Attorney Carl Brntton, it
was impossible for the court to pro
ceed, and adjournment was taken un
til tomorrow morning at 8:30, at
which time the criminal docket will
be sounded. There are eleven mur
der trials, three very important ones,
Johnson for killing his son; Beau
ford Wilson for the murder of L. L.
Lann, Jr., partner in the Lann and
tarter Ilnrdware Company, and
Messrs. L. L. Brewer, George Brew
er, Lowrey Brewer and Earnest
Brewer, for the murder of George
Nichols. There are a number of wit
nesses for these three trials, and if
nil are examined it will take all of
this week and possibly some of next
Will Hava Steam Heat.
The Presbyterian church is to
have steam heat at a cost of $1,400,
and the contract for this work has I week to wind them up. District-At-
been awarded to Kidder and Lussey. j torney Carl Bratton arrived in Aber
To Obierve Health Day.
The pupils in the primary room at
P.arrow Memorial school wil observe
"Health Day" at 1:30 o'clock this
afternoon. An interesting program
will be rendered.
Don't Fail to See the Malleable Man.
t the Columbus Hardware and Fur
niture Company's store, October 27
to Novvcmber 2. He will have lots of
useful souvenirs for you free.
FOR SALE The property at cor
ner of College and Fourth street,
south, known as the "Quin House,"
also the property on South Fifth St.,
known as the "Bradford House."
For further information write M. B.
Rice, 3579 Monteith avenue, Hyde
If you want $12 worth of alum
inum ware free attend our South
Bend Malleable Range demonstration
from October 27 to November 2, and
buy one of these ranges.
Columbus Hardware and Furniture
Charlton Convicted in Italian Court.
Como. Italy. Oct. 25. Porter
Charlton, the American who has been
on trial here charged with murdering
his wife in 1910, was today condemn
ed to six years and eight months im
prisonment. He will, however, serve
only twenty-nine days on account of
Baron Sciacca, the presiding judge,
before the case went to the jury ask
M I iharlLon II he iutd tonyui'ia: It
add to his defense. With tears in his
eyes, he exclaimed: "I trust entirely
to Italian justice. I can only say
that I am a very unfortunate young
U. D. C. INSTALL LEADER.
San Francisco, Oct. 24. Mrs.
Frank Odcnheimer, of Maryland, was
installed as president-general of the
United Daughters of the Confeder
acv. at the final business meeting
held tonight. Mrs. Daisy McLnurin
Stephens was the retiring president
general, and was presented with a sil
ver vuse, filled with roses of red and
white, by the hostess chapter of Cal
ifornia. The next convention, in 1910, will
be held at Dallas, Tex.
The delegates from Asheville, N.
C, endeavored to secure the Daugh
ters for their city, but were defeated
by a large majority.
The Confederate Veterans will
have a home, both for themselves and
their widows, if the bill .presented
by Senator John D. Works to the
senate, which is before the committee
on military affairs, is favorably act
ed upon. The bill provides that the
national home now occupied by the
Union veterans in Tennessee, be
turned over to the Confederate vet
erans, and the present occupants be
placed in other homes.
The Daughters of the Confederacy
today pledged $5,000 for memorial
windows in the memorial hall which
is being erected in Washington,
A special committee was appointed
to ask the government not to allow
the words "Civil War" to be placed
above the doorway, but "War of the
States," which the Southerners pre
fer to call it.
The delegates left here Monday
for Los Angeles and San Diego.
WANTED Saleslady who has ex
perience in breaking in new help,
also to look after customers, and see
that they are properly waited on. Ap
ply in own handwriting to P. O. Box
11. . 1 1 1 1
ueen mis auernoon ami will be on
hand at the opening of the court to
morrow morning. Hon. Julius E
Berry, of Baldwin, Miss., the newly
elected district-attorney and other
prominent attorneys are in attend
ance. With the docket as heavy as it
is, three weeks and more will be re
quired to dispose of it. .
AGAINST USING CALOMEL
Miatake i MhcU By Many Co
Look for the cause of backache.
To be cured you must know the cause.
If it's weak kidneys you must set the
kidney working right.
A Columbus resident tells you how.
Mrs. F. Cullender, of 122 Fifth Ae.,
S., Columbus. "I believe over-tiling
myself brought on the trouble. I was
c nfined to my bed for six months at
one time and was so helpless th it I
couldn't raise my head from the pillow.
Kidney disease had undermined my
health. I had pain and soreness across
my kidney and didn't sleep well ut
night. The kidney secretions were un
natural and caused me a lot of annoy
ance. I was a physical wreck. Dizzy
spells came over me and 1 folt as though
I was going to faint. I took d:eur'
medicine but suffered just as bidly a
ever. My feet became so swollen that
I couldn't put on my ithoeii and other
parts of my body bloated. While in
thi condition, I began using Doan's
KidneyPtlls and 2 boves curedme. I can
truly say that Doan's Kidney Pills saved
Price 50c, at all dealers. Don't sim
ply ask for a kidneyn niedy gHDoan's
Kidney Pillsthe lame that Mr.8 Cal
lander hid. Foster-Milburn Co.
Props,, Huffi'o, N. Y.
The sickening, nausenting feeling
that follows the use of calomel is the
natural result of disarranging your
entire system. Doctors everywhere
are agreeing that the action of calo
mel is much too Btrong, and leaves
the body sick and weakened.
LIV.VER-LAX is a wonderful sub
stitute for calomel, that has all of its
good effects and none of its bad ones.
It acts soothingly but thoroughly on
the liver, cleansing it of bile, and rid
ding the entire system of stagnating
LIV.VER-LAX is strictly a harm
less vegetable compound, and is
guaranteed to give satisfaction or
your money will be refunded. Insist
on the original, bearing the likeness
and signature of L. K. Grigsby. For
sale here at 50c and $1.00 at John
Seniors to Give Play.
One of the early events of
cdlcge w;il be Me production
"Such a Little Queen," to be pre
sented by the senior class on Nov.
12th. This play was made popular
with the American audiences by
Elsie Furguson, and with the movie
world by Mary Pickford. Under the
direction of Miss Emma Ody Pohl,
with Misses Emmie Chandler and
Zaida Musselwhite playing the lead
ing roles, and assisted by a talented
and well chosen cast, the production
promises to be oneo f the most en
joyable of the year. A large audience
is expected. Tickets: children 25c;
Great Free Attraction The Mallea
Will he here October 22 to Nov.
2, inclusive, to demonstrate the cel
ebrated South Bend Malleable Range
at the Columbus Hardware and Fur
CARD OF THANKS.
Mr. W. R. Nickles and children
wish to thank their many friends for
their kindness and courtesy shewn
them in the illness and death of their
sister and daughter, and for the
beautiful floral offerings.
HOW TO SAVE MONEY.
Many young men say that they
cannot save any money. Did it ever
occur to you that most young men
who make money, but never have any
ten dollar bills in their pockets at the
end of the month, are always found
in the same class with those who
have nothing to do when the day is
over, nothing to occupy their minds,
and are usually seen loafing on the
streets at night? They go in search
o amusement and as soon as they
i.eive their pay checks, soon part
wi'h fp'r mnney, and the rn!t 1
that a year is soon gone and they are
prepared to hold no better position,
than they were twelve months be
fore. Futhermore, they have savyd
no money, and many of them are fin
wr: iiivr: imd ro amy
TO yi(r)K "Wllf:( lRH YOU COIMC,
TO IMVK MOTHER D0I.UR
aim" TIMT WC IMVC DECIDED
TO HOLD OUR rILli D0LLIRSILE'
WEDME5D1Y TlID THURSDAY
OF THIS WEEK--TII0E WHO
TOOK yIDVylUVlGE Or THE DOL
LAR SyiltES VE HELD
SPRIMC KA0V OF 1AD WILL RE
MEMBER THE BIG VylLUES THEIR
D0LL1R& BOUGHT OA TH0&E 0C-
eyiion md ve mow they
WILL BE GL1D rOR MOTHER
SUCH AlOMEY SjlVIrtC OPPORTU
NITY ti BUYIiG MLL GOODS- -
THOSE TIMT DID MOT TlTTEiD WILL BE TOO WISE TO LET MOTHER SUCH
GOOD OPPORTUNITY P71SS; SO WE 1RE GOING TO EXPECT A CROWDED STORE
DURING THE TWO D1YS Or THIS SylLE--r0R EVERY DOLLAR YOU INVEST
WITH US DURING THIS STILE WILL BE REylL MONEY SylVED.
Here 4s a Partial List of the Many Big Values We Will Offer You
Wednesday and Thursday, October Z7th and Z8th
For $1,00 You Can Buy ttie Following
40-inch all silk Crepe de Chene, in the (T- A A
. mot wanU'd colors, dollar sale days, ydD-l')U
Vud vide Chiffon Taffeta, in black, j A A
w 'U,arid Bix of season's best colors, ydl)J-jU
50-i ndi all wool plaid dress goods, our reg- A A
ul;f $1.25 values, dollar sale days, yd pJLUU
New tall wool dress goods in black and colors, our
r 'jrular $1.25 values, dollar sal days, (1 A A
tue yard ... c)lUU
Beautiful new patterns in Duckling Fleeced styles of
Kimona Flannellettes, our regular Qi A A
1 2 c values, dollar sale price, 10 yds fortpJLvHJ
1214yds. of best light colored stripe and checked out
ings, regular 10c values, dollar sale (i-J A A
121a yards for D1UU
New fall styles in ladies' Shirt Waists, A A
$1.25 values, dollar sale, each pJL.lJ
The best 25c home science aprons made, A A
dollar sale days, 5 for -i P JL.Vil
10 dozen Ladies' .$1.25 Kid Cloves, in black and tan
only, strictly a $1.25 value, go dollar
sale days, the pair
10 yards of yard wide 12 Burkley
Cambric, dollar sale days, 10 yards for.
Yard wide 15c Burkley and Lonsdale , .
Cambric, dollar sale days, 9 yds fori.
Ladies' and children's best 25c hose, ii
tan only, go dollar sale days, G pair for-,
Ladies's silk lisle and silk boot hose, in
tan only, dollar sale days, 3 pair for...
3 yards of 50c black and white 50-inch '
Shepherd checks for P i
One pair of $1.00 Silk Hose and one pair
25c Lisle Hose for
Two pairs of 50c and one pair of 25c
Your choice of any of our $1.25 Table
Linen, this sale for the yard
You;- choice of ony of our $1.25 and $1.50
Lace Curtains for .
Your choice of any of our $1.50 Rugs
this sale for
Our $1.25 Ostrich Feather Neck Pieces
go dollar sale days, each
For 50 Gents You Gsn Buy the Following
Seven bleached 10c Huck Towels
for : '
Five 15c Bleached Turkish Bath Towels
Three good size 20c Bath Towels
Seven yards of best Apron Gingham
Six yards of best Apron Gingham
Six yards of Best 10c Dress Gingham,
Four pairs of best 15c hose for women
or children, for
Twelve sheer white hemstitched Ladies' Hand pTA-
For 5 Gents You Can Buy The Following
12 yards bolts of white bias fold, in size. 1, 2 and 3,
sells everywhere at 10c, extra special for ff
the two day's sale, the bolt, uC
Good quality safety pins, in small, medium and
large sizes, extra spec, two days, 2 cards DC
A good quality of ladies white hemstitciied Hand-
kerchiefs, extra special for the two days
Two packages of white commercial Envelopes ff
a strict 5c value, extra special for 2 days DC
Two cakes of our best 5c Cuticle toilet skin
soap, extra for two days sale, 2 cakes
ANOTHER BIG SHIPMENT 0E NEW FALL SUITS
WE 1RE EXPECTING THIS WEEK TWO BIG SHIPMENTS Or NEW MODELS
IN LADIES SUITS--AT VERY ylTTRylCTIVE PRICES. WE WTlNT YOU TO
COME IN JlND SEE THEM. YOU'LL SURELY BUY HERE ir YOU DO.
Inyeit Your Money.
The best way to save money U to
invest it, If you have nothing but
your Mjary to depend upon, and it
is only .thirty, forty, or fifty per
month, the tery test thinff you can
do i to lnt(t portijn of that in
a '.j-i.. wlntion. ,'ake a short
hand"ou, inl"it"w. 1 help double
your arrinr ower, if you will keep
busy nd imj'rwrt y arself. Beeome
a gwd rph and you will
have E trooW in securing employ
ment. Do you know a young man
who is a pood stenographer, but una
ble to find employment? I don't
mean one who only knows enough to
write "Dear Sir," and "Yours truly,"
and trusts memory to fill in the rv4
of it ; I mean one who knows how to
take dictation, transcribe it accur
ately, write a letter upon which
his employer could look with pride.
A Good Investment. v
You can be just such a stenogra
pher if you will take my shorthand
course and follow my instruction. I
will teach you six months, five nights
in the wek, two hours a night, for
$30.00. If you are one of the young
fellows who cannot save money, you
can readily see that you will spend
much more than $5.00 per month
foolishly by having nothing to do,
and that this is a real business propo
sition. I will help you save some of
your money and invest it in a busi
ness education. I am an experienced
teacher of shorthand and typewriting
and you will receive first-clasa in
structions, j My class will begin the
course November 15th. I have made
no effort to secure students among
the young-ladies of the city, as they
can learn shorthand at the I. I. and
C, but two have requested me to al
low them to join the class, and I shall
be glad to have others: If interested
call at 622 College street after 6 p.
m., or address me P. O. Bo 418, Co
lumbus, Mi is.
L. L. GOINGS. '
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