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OF CLEVER ACTI t.'l ■ \ J The theatre going public seld ever, expect anything from a tolre company that would MM with one of high class reputsffl stage s Guilloti.l" as presented at the torlum idlt night by the Kelley Company, the audience wltnee production that appealed In exes to the exacting theatrical critlj most favorable way. Mr. Kelley Is surrounded an ported by a clever company, who ents combined with those of th] star made the attractions one ofl iorlty not only over the petolre, but many of those of on attractions. "In the Shadow of the Gull Mr. Kelley as Victor Lorauni strong In fact too strong for th while Mr. Wilson Tood as Co Mar, although unpopular In h last night because of the ehara portrayed, was at ease at all tlnj adWgrent power to the plot, (■■■tatbgrs who came In Edward i , yet "In the Shadow ave v< C. Andre; Jam Miss Cressie Anna Marvin, as Brfdl Miss Eleanor KendaltrJ female role was an ideal Added to the excellen bright specialties weye li the large audience w*a g with these as break* in 1 tween acts. This afternoon At 8:30 o'ci company will give a matinee Dettnance, presenting Detechius," and tdBU felters" will be the _£322! 16 11 ette) ■ )oyll 1 the 4 1 <* «ittl 4 ^l Trains. for of Jounter ♦♦♦♦♦♦ ♦ ♦ ■ ♦ REAL ESTATE PER 8 . ♦ T. J. Barret^ ffcJWiiltetAb Turner, lot 30, block 3, ^Washington Heights addition, consldf~"* -uxrt- William RhotJ ♦ to Wood Camp 113; one aere lodge purposes, |M. Joe McKenzi*. to W. ft. men land for '4. odes, 2 ty, con acres of land on Perry sideration, $26. LOGGING m i We want to contract with a reliable lagging contractor to log f^et of pine,. Full particulars one Won _JIW .L over Century Drug ll IDS Associated Press. New York, October 7.—Clifford W. Hartrldge, former counsel for Harry Thaw, frankly admitted that his wife had written that she believed the breach between them irrevocable, and disappearance she bad r diamonds and money sufficient to mtalntain Tier for many years. Mr. Hartridge asked the police de partment on Saturday night to aid him in finding his wife, who sudden ly disappeared laBt -Tuesday night while on a shopping trip during which she telephoned that she would surely be back by 6 o'clock, and asked that several household matters be attended to by her mother. On Wednesday morning her mother, Mrs. Leslie Rus sell, at whose home Mr. Hartrldge Is living, received a letter from Mrs. Hartridge. In this letter Mrs. Hart ridge stated that she was worneo re garding her health, ana thw she had .that upon her carried wth he < the mental strain that has come upon him as a consequence of his wife's disappearance makes his friends an xlous regarding his condition. MV. Hartrldge admits that the reasons' given by his wife for her disappear ance have nothing to do with the fact that during His recent Illness he and his father made their home at the residence of Miss Aachel Kiordan, a clerk In the office of Peabody & Hartrldge. Until Mr. Hartdige made the state ment that his wife's Illness was the only reason for her absence, Miss Riordan refused, to discuss the case in any way. "Mr. Hartrldge has al ways been a good friend of mine," she Bald, "and until h« states the reason for his wife's absence I will not say one word." Miss Rlordan's friends In vain urged her to speak, but It was not mi til after Mr. Hartrldge had assigned the reason for his wife's absence that Miss Riordan would admit that there Is any trouble whatever and that she t concerned In any way. Ml«s an wah a protege of Mrs. Jef 1 Davis, and when her father it was Mrs. Davis who secured is loyal lips regarding his domestic affairs until he spoke definitely regarding the ter emi COPPtR TAKES 8LUMP. New York, October 8.—A further cut of 1-4 per cent per pound In the price of copper, making a new low record for the present movement, was made on the Metal exchange today. Lake copper was quoted at 14 1-4@14 1-2 and electroytlc at 13 7-8@14 1-8. THE CHARTER OF INCORPORA TION OF SOUTHERN ICE COM PANY: (1) The corporate title of said conlpany is Southern Ice Company. (2) The names of the incorporat ors are: C. E. Neely, postoffice, St. Louis, Missouri; G. A. Bowman, post office, St. Louis, Missouri; Dan Gill man, postoffice, Mlllviow, Mississippi; Frank McClure, postoffl burg, Mississippi; Geord postoffice, Hattiesburg, I (8) The domicile Is' trug. Perry County, Miss! (4) Amount of capita > . 3 *-r"Hatties Derickson, lsslsslppl. at Hatties Iippi stock is ing twenty-five (325) each. (6) The period of existence Is fifty years. (7) The purpose for which it is created Is to acquire, own, lease erect and maintain an Ice plant; to manu facture Ice, purchase all necessary machinery, real estate and personal property in conducting an Ice factory, In buy, sell and barter Ice, either at wholesale or retail, to buy, sell and barter coal, wood and other fuel, either at wholesale or retail, and to do and perform any and all things whatsoever necessary In conducting and operating an ice. coal and fuel business* not in violation of law. (8) The rights and powers that may be exercised by this corporation are those conferred by the provisions of chapter twenty-four (24) of 1906 Code of the State of Mississippi. Witness our signatures, this, the 27th day of September, A. D., 1907: C. E. NEELY, C. A. BOWMAN, DAN GILLMAN, ^ FRANK McCLURE, ■ , GEORGE DERICKSON. hFState of Mississippi, Perry Coun ts t bufc, Perry County, Mississippi, C E.JNeely, C. A. Bowman, Dan Gill mfa, Frank McClure and George Der iclson, Incorporators of the corpora tion known as Southern Ice Company, yfio acknowledged that they signed if.id executed the above and forego ing articles of incorporation as their r. r SCHOOL BOOKS \ Until the new Hays and Field store is opened School Books tablets, pencils, schoolbags and Vll school supplies can be bought at the :: Yellow Pine Pharmacy Opposite Hotel Hattiesburg. Mobile Street A*. HAYS & FIEL — tember, A. D.j 1907. PAUL B. JOHNSON, Police Justice. s-29-3w COMING—"IN THE FOG." COMING—"IN THE FOG." DON'T MISS IT—"IN THE FOG."