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THE CHRONICLE Official Paper of City and County VOLUME LXXVT PASCAGOULA, MISSISSIPPI, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 11, 1921 VOCATIONAL SCHOOL ASSURED International Site Accepted and Con tact Closed by Government Officials. In spite of the fact that the officials of the Vocational School Hoard, some ree mouths ago, approved unu recommended the International Ship building townslte and wood yard for one of the Qoverntnent vocational Schools, for the training of disabled soldiers, many of our citizens doubted Its cooiiUg, and would not credit the assurance of those of our citizens in close touch with the matter, and who were co-operating with the officials, but all doubt has been removed, as shown by the following letter receiv ed by Mr. Claude Dalnias, wlioso efforts in Hie, matter have been un tiling. "New Orleans, La., Feb. 9th, 1921, Dear Mr. Delmas: STATEMENT BY CITY COUNCIL TO our FELLOW crraHNBi The purpose of this publication is utit Intended to influence, in any manner, your ballot, at the election to be held on February fourteenth, relative to the bond issues to be voted upon that "SSSSSZJ) t0 '.erloviK sons and daughters DEATH OF MRS. COLLE. Mrs. W. C'olle, one of Pascagouln's most estimable citizens, died at the family residence at 1::!0 Friday morn ing, aged 06 years. The untimely pass- ping of this good mother was a severe based upon the real facts, made by land grandchildren. The funeral will various parties In good faith, no doubt, Place Saturday afternoon. Next that we deem it our duty us your rep-1 week's Chronicle-Star will contain un you the basis for our action, as to all ( matTO' three propositions, to be voted on, In I - the pending election, that there nnv be L ho misunderstanding, and confident L!T -JWWWW pe Manual: that you will, when you have analyzed! 't0 JUHl CB8 P'Pe 01 WWC MOSS POINT HAPPENINGS Newsy Items From Our Sister City Gleaned by the Chronlcle Star Correspondent. the matter I mm every angle, as everv good citizen should, vbte as seems to you for the best interest of the com munity. We feel sure that these subjects are too important and too grave in thell effect upon he future of the community and the expenditures loo large, for any citizen to permit personal or political aiid grievances or personal or political differences, likes or dislikes, to, In any manner, influence a vote for -fir against any one of Ihe matters involved In the pending election. Contract to Purchase Water Works and Electric Line. The history of the troubles and vex ations with the Pascagoula Street tail way & Power Company, the rejection jot the Faterson franchise, the almost Vhis is to advise that lease on the ; unanimous vot for the municipal ft buildings for the training center at Pascagoula has been accepted by the board. I expect within the next day or two to receive definite allotment, for expenses at this station and we' will then Immediately proceed to establish the school. With best wishes, I am, Very truly yours. (Signed) L. R. FULLER, District Vocational Officer. The assured fact, coupled with other enterprises being worked out, and a fair prospect for some railroad de velopments in the near future promises much for our city, and if our cltinens will now grsp every opportunity and cwneiship of light ond water plant tne great cost at which we now se cure cut r$nt (though fortunate in se curing any at all), is too fresh in the mi inoiy of all to need review, but are nevi rtlicless the cause which lead up iu tne proposr i now before the peo ple of Pascagoula. Following the desire of the people as expressed ft the polls for municipal ownership, the Council proceeded to enact all the lagal requirements for Is suing a sufficient rrnount of bonds to provide a water and electric plant, but, were unable to sell the bonds at par, as required by law, to be sold. Recently a reputable construction company offered to build the electric plant, accepting bonds at par in pay ment for their work and all material and paying cash for the balance of the li we have any nuthentl record was taut by the French si lie time be tween 1664 und 1688 when a line about 26000 feet long was construct ed to supply water to the city of Versailles. These nines now ahoni 250 years old still are serving Ihe purpose for which they were built." "Since 1782 a line of cast iron pipe has boon in Borvlee at St. Etlenne, France, at this date, it being 134 years old and still in use." Again: "Sir Hugh Middleton about 160(1 10 ioi,i, mint cast iron pipe mains in i.iusgojv, Scotland, which made !(. service record of 120 years." Again: , 'In f.i'e United States, Philadelphia seems 10 nave used the first cast iron pipe in 1804. The earlier pipe noes were oi wood. The iron pipe for Philadelphia came from England, were bell and spigot, and nine feet long. They are still in use." From the history of the oriein. use and life of cast iron pipe is found the following table made up from dapi gathered in the United State anrt ev. plains itself: Approximate Mileage now in use h All. lj Altai. , .. i.-'o PIV...f l ,.ll make a co-operative tight for every-, the hoMs m, ,he on)y m thing in sight, the future of the port ; for the bonds that within the require is an assured fact. j meats of the law, and the council, Mr. L. R. Fuller and J. H. Baxler of feeing no probability of a legal offer , ... ., , . being made for a long period of time, the Federal Vocational Board of New accepted the offel, Orleans came over this (Friday) morn- Prior to entering into this contract ing to take "barge of the work estab-j the water plant had to be considered, ilshing of the vocational school. I lle of two Propositions was involved, first, a new pipe and water source or !T the purchase of the old water works. mr. ana ivirs. ueorge vv. lagert were, into the consideration of this problem No. Years oldest cast iron pipe in Service 85 111 60 60 62 75 there entered necessarily, the cost of a new water works system, as the amount required to cover cost of a new system, after paying for the elec I trical plant, was limited. The council thereupon proceeded to get data and expert information on the cost of a new system covering the same area now covered bv the nresent svs- I tern, with proper tire protection, con Mr. P, T. Morse, state geologist via- i nections, etc., and found the cost of ited our port Thursday to investigate I KUcn a ew sysWm would be, includ v, ; . ,..;,. a Slte approximately $75,000.00, the quality of gas tar id at Martlft?B whjc g more mon6y ttJn j,' Bluff. A sample of the fluid will be, able from the bond issue, after oatlina tailed to Mobile Tuesday because of j the death of Mr. Tagert's sister. The sum of $26 was netted for the poor of Europe at the tea and luncheon, served by the ladles of the Red Cross c hapter, last Monday. Analyzed at the laboratory at Jackson. Master Robert Kell returned Sun da from a week-end visit with Waller Denny, mi, at Oulfport. NON-RESIDENT NOTICE. aside the cost of the electric plant con tracted tor. The owner of the old water system was then approached for a price on (his system, together with pole lines and electric connections, as a pole line and connections had to be provided for the new electric plant, out of the proceeds of the provided bond issue. 1 Ins property, including the two No. 4141. I the Sate of Mississippi. attachments and paraphernalia, as set ion r cuuiiiiuinieu 10 appear peiore out m puousneu resolution, was offer- t pe Chancery Court of the County of j nt $39,4.rS.!l8, which amount Includ .Hekson in said State on the SECOND V' 4-000-.00 P'd hV "e Prwent owner . F MONDAY OF MAY A. D. 191, to &S8t lHS82L 'SLSSL City New York 3015 Baltimore 1525 Boston 850 St. Louis 1000 Chicago 2524 New Orleans 570 Note: New Orleans nearest point to Pascagoula, seventy-live years. Following table from Eumnenii Huts- Versailles, (in use now) 250 years Weilburh, (in use now) 210 years Glascow, (in use now) 120 years ijondon, (in use now) 120 years Before the American Society of Civil Engineers, the highest authority in the United States on the subject, under date of August 1914, Vol, 40, No 6 pago 1647, Marshall It. Hugh, a prom inent members of the society and an engineer of national reputation, not a theorist, but as an active practical man fin Qu-une, and a .tudsnt and scientist, i ' i 1 1 , 1 1 1 1 1 , ., I 1,1,, l J ... .......uucu uia auurcus witn Uleisi. words: "Summing up what has been ob served, it may be said that an ex perience of 250 years with cast iron pipe, has not been sufficiently long to establish just what Its life is." The quality or character of the pipe or water mains referred to in the above is historical and the officials, quota tions and tables refer to cast iron pipe. The pipe or water mains composing the old system of water works lu which it is proposed to buy. is cast iron pipe. I he representative of the Inter national Shipbuilding Company has given notice to the council that it was uncertain how long the company could furnish current to the city, its affairs were being liquidated and the city could expect notice of the cutting off of current at any time. Since then one oi tne units of its plant has been Dr. and Mis. R. C. Eley nnd children, Mary Elizabeth, Dorothy, Clara Robert, Virginia and their two nieces, Misses Susie Bulum and Annie Louise Gresham attended Mardi Gras in Mo bile Tuesday, having motored through the country and remaining over for Ihe night parade. Mr ank Pitman of Loglown was a guest in the home of Mrs. M. Oirlot Tuesday. Dr. A. F. Gordon attended the con ference of Baptist preachers in Hat tlesburg this week. Mrs. Richard Bealan.and Miss Sallie Cirlot spent Wednesday in Mobile. The remains of Mrs. Mamie Grant Rolls, who uSd in Birmingham Wed nesday were brought to Pascagoula Friday and intered in the Pascagoula cemetery. Rev. F. A. Gorden con ducting the funeral services. Ac companying the remains were the de ceased's three children, Mrs. Homer Hastings,, Miss Hazel Rolls, Elven Rolls; Mr. Robert. Grant, Jesse Grant. Mrs. Hasting and two children, Sadie and Isabell and Mr. Homer Hasting. who remained over for a short visit to Mrs. John Hill, Jr., Mrs. R. S. Ren fro of Moss Point and other relatives in Pascagoula. Mr. H. y Wall leaves today (Fri day) for a visit to his home in Jack son. . (Continued on last page.) MEMORIES OF $ s nl n DACAnnin a T By UNCLE MARTIN. A, $2,000 for lowering mains north of railroad and taxes for 1920 not Inclnrt. ed In above. Paving Bonds. The governing body of a municipal ity Is authorized by law to pave streets within the corporate limits, the wavs ami uie metnoas oemg fully set out in the statutes on the subject. When it was planned to pave certain of the streets of the city, the council ':!":!M.M.4.4-5., The Star on August 21, 1875 publish es this important notice: "Dr. P. N. Blount has been commissioned port surgeon and will act under proclama tion of the Governor, of August 6th which says: "That any vessel coming into the port of Shieldsborough from any fore ign or domestic port supposed to be infected with epidemic or contagious disesases, shall immediately upon ar rival, be subjected to examination by a medical officer appointed for that purpose; and, In case the crew or pass engers of any vessel shall prove to be infected, said vessel shall be placed in quarantine until such time as the epi demic, or contagious disease shall have been abated. It is hereby made the duty of the harbor master and pilots of the bay of Pascagoula and Horn Island Pass and Ship Island harbor, to pro hibit the landing of any vessel's crew or passengers, or any part thereof, un til examination shall first been made as contemplated in the proclamation, and a certificate of good health and conditon of said crew, or passengers, shall have been obtained." The Star of August 21, 1875, says "Hero is an extract from a letter writ ten to her lover by a Montgomery, Ala., girl; "For your sake darling, I have quit UBing chewing gum; would you have quit gum for me? I would not have quit gum for any other person in the whole world." The Star of August 21, 1875 makes note of a "A pleasant Trip" thus: The Star was represented on a very pleas ant trip on the schooner Rebeca Funk, Capt. Peter, from Pascagoula to Bayou la Batre, on last Saturday, in company with Mrs. Pol and her charming daugh ters and Mrs. Varverde and Mrs. Taylor, who were removing for the balance of the summer to that locality. The charming moonlight night on the beautiful Mississippi Sound as we bowled along under a spanking breeze, with the sweet songs of the young ladies, rendered it a trip long to be remembered by this and we know our Miguel NOTICE OF SPECIAL ELECTION To vote on the question of the an proval of a contract with E. J. Ford for the purchase of the water and light plant fixtures and appliances aa per cuuiract on nie witn tne city clerk; To also vote on the Question of author. lzfng the issue of 10,000 of Street Paving Aid Bonds as nronoaed bv re. olution of said City Council; and also 10 vote on tne question of authorising me issue or sio.000 of Wharf Con structlon 6 Equipment Bonds as pro poseu oy resolution or said City Conn oil. Notice ia hereby given that in obed lence to and in accordance with a resolution of the Oitjr Council of said City adopted on the 12th day of January, 1921, directing the holding of sucn election to rote on the said propositions and appointing the under signed commissioners for holding such election, an election will be held at the several voting nieces in said Citv en raonoay tne 14th Day of February, 1921, within legal hours. This the 12th Day of January, 1921. U L1NDINGER. P. J. JOHNSON, W. W. WALKER. Election Commissioners OIL NOTES. A meeting of the directors of the Sea Coast Oil Co., is being held this (Friday) afternoon. Arrangements to continue operations somewhere in the vicinity of the Southern Paper Com pany's mill have been favorably pass ed upon. A depth of 3907 feet at well Mo. 1, has been already attained and ithe 4000 foot mark is rapidly nearing the end when this well may be closed temporarily. adopted the plan that the cil v at laree pay one h-iif nf the cost and the abut- companions Messrs. Joe and "us liiuiTny owi.ns me orner imir. valverde will fully agree with us .ui,u.- wm-..' ?-;ii,?u wr city s nan, in connection with the seSerage sys The Star of August 28, 1875 quenches tem, adopted at the same "tin;" and ! its th!rat lB tnis itom- "we had the promptiy sold. The amount payabia I Pleasure of drinking, on Thursday ur aouumg property owners, und. nnng. to tin uHlt.h and orosoeritv the law, wasTiot due and payable un til the work was completed. For the convenience of the abutting nroDeitv owners, the law provides that muni cipalities can give a term of years for payments by issuing bonds, based upon the notes of the owners and the ass essment of their abutting property same being a lien to secure the pay ments of such bonds. Such bond issue is based noon the property and notes of the owner of the ORDINANCE No. 381921. An ordinance entitled an ordinance to prevent skating on the public streets of Pascagoula. Section 1. Be it ordained by the City Council of the City of Pascagoula that it shal be unlawful for any per son to skate in the public streets of the City either on one or both feet by the use of any sort of roller skate or skates or similar device for riding on rollers or wheels. Section 2. Any person violating this ordinance shall be purnlshed by a fine of not less than $1.00 Dollar in the discretion of the Court and every police officer of the City ia required to enforce this ordinance, whenever thes same shall be violated in his pres ence, by the arrest of the offenders and bringing such person before the police court. Section 3. This ordinance shall take m ESTJH JMSf Recorded In Chancery for the We February James C. McCune to P. aV'J about one half acre in i 7-5, $1 and dther consideration. H. D. Money and . ' Mi Mortimer Money,, lot 17 fi of the Rose Farm New 12-7-9, consisting of abort t t. . . -.-:; rn.rn. r . n. LiOWIS WjV of the m-'w heir to the and l'ttect an! he enforced upon its approv- fortunes of the hoSSi of Mark Dees. Publication and enrollment as pro May he live and make a BUtft in the viue1 ,aw world. - Approved this the ioth day of .Tan- The Star of September 4, 1875 ob I Utt1' serves: "We much regret that we were unable, by reason of business demands to accept Capt. John Fost er's kind invitation to accompany the abutting property on the streets pav -I piJrty in tlle Rolla to the Regatta at lots upon which the well, stand-pine I Vle ta.( t tBt. unless the pend- and pump house are now located, two I iffi 18 not approved, the city vvuruiiiiiun pumps ana certain other fend the suit In said court of Mrs. nnie White wherein you are a de l ndant. This 10th day of February. A. I). I ,21. FRED TAYLOR, Clerk The first meeting of the Girls Hi-V dub was held Wednesday, Feb. 1, at ties chool, Aconstitution ws adopted, v Hons committees appointed, and tore pkUU discussed. fore laying of pavement, within the paved area, and plus $2000.00 paid by city for lowering mains north of rail road and taxes for 1920. The engineer in charge of the pav ing, required, before permitting the pavement to be laid, that all water pipes under the pavement stand a test ofl25 pounds. Accordingly as the water pipes were exposed for lowering and caulking, the engineer in charge, in the presence pi! a committee of the (V.nnril onnli,,.! n I, ! nl 1 r.A i, .;,. n,Q kui, : u- aneoo or .ew Orleans. Is herewith pressure su Idonly.' 'from 80 Bounds to I sllbmit.,e'l for your consideration and will not own any site upon which to uuuu me ciccinc plant contracted for. and a new site secured, nil of which will delay construction. Considering the situation as set out above, the council thought it to the best interest of the city, from a stand point or original cost, economy con tinuous fire protection and the SDeedv possession of a completed wuter sys- ui nun nniwK plant, 10 occept the Offer made by the owner of the old syetejps, and, therefore, entered into a contract to purchase the said water system, pole lines, etc., subject to the approval of the people, at an election called for that purpose. The following data furnished hv Mr Wagner, an experienced engineer of Atlanta, and continued by Mr. Cast- ed and are paid and retired with fundi so accrued and paid by such abutting property owners. One of the bond issues to be voted upon on the fourteenth instant is for the convenience and relief of the own ers of the abutting property owners within the paved area. Should this bond issue fail to carry the paving con tractors can sue the city for the amount due by the ubutting property Hiloxl on Monday. Thirty or forty ladies and gentlemen made up the party which left here at eight o'clock reaching Biloxl after a delightful trip, in two and a half hours: ; they reached home at about eleven at night. All speak in high praise of the courtesy of Capt. Foster, and the Rolla is de cidedly a favorite with the ladies. We nn'imru . ,,,l ., i...i . """ .y"f 1 require nope sue will soon be up again for such i . in luu mr uie amount t uue hy each owner and if not paid, luaiiuamui uie council to levy a tux F. H. LSTvvri2, Mayor. Cotbran, lota Nos. 24 addition In 28-7-5, $1J)09. W. W. Vaughan and glnbotham, part of lot 3 i of Sedoiue Krebs In 8-M, i cagoula, $1172.50. Geroge C. Robinson to O. j mer, tracts 209 to 21S : 3 suburban acres acre consisltng of 35 acres lese roads and oil royalty years in 11-7-9, fl. W. L. Edge to J. C. drill tracts containing M each and known as Nos. 30 in block 19 In Its sub acres known as the el of si being a part of the an acres, $100. V. P. DeJean to Mrs. Cassanova, lot 4 of block Communy resunror In dtv John P. KreUtjrtgJlolJil 97-100 acres in ffefatf -Vnshrdlumfwyp cmf Otto Delius to John 91 of sub-division of the 28-7-5, $500. O. E. Stokes and wtf Hewlett, lot 67 of the sub-division of a part Off tract In 11-8-6, city of $1200. J. F. Harris and wife to I lett, lot 68 of Delaaa diVison.of a part of in 11-8-6, city of : Deeds-ei: P. J. Lewis to Clareaoil deed of trust for $135; 1 and 2 square B. sub-dl 44 and 45 S. Krebs tract til P. H. Barr and wife to H. Van Cleave, deed of i secured by si of lot No. t lands formerly of the. in 2-8-6 k t Nedolne Krebs In I M L. Valverde, City Clerk .,, &,joij Van Cleave' v,ny ot i-ascagouta, nereliy certify that Mtea(j , TTV .u u,""uce was "" . Mrs. Emily D. M. Caaaano. to r W adonted liv the mtv fVinnnil nt olH . . omwwm w . V, .. " J " ue.lean, deed of trust for ISOfl: Cilv nn the 9flh .law nt tanna. 1D01 I T M. L. VALVERDE, City Clerk. METHODIST CHURCH. sufficient to cover the entire amount uue. I no action taken bv the conn oil In this matter was with the full I Knowledge and in accord with the wishes and for the convenience of the propel ty owners within the paved dis trict as shown by published resolutions and ordinances. City Wharf Bonds. About eight years ago after the gov ernment had completed the 18 foot project in the channel and harbor, an- plication was made for the adoption of a new project, providing a 22 foot another trip when we will do our level best to be on hand." The Star of October 30, 1875: "We take pleasure calling attention to the card of our young friend Charley mosey, in another column. He in tends to open a news depot, and we hope he will meet with iuccess." Subject Sunday monring 11 a. m. "The Fulfillment of Life;" subject for 7:30 p. ra. "Faith;" Sunday school 9:45, led by Horace Hinds. Epworth League Sunday 7 p. m. The Mission Study Circle of W. M. Society will meet with Mrs. McMurphy Thursday 3 p. to, J. H. MOORE, Rev. ed hy lot No. 4 of block 8 of MteMAtiKV: , ,. . '".," lining ic-nurvey in city or rmaesjsj Otto Delius to John P. Krebs, of trust for $842; secured by and llC? 100 acres in nej of swl of 28-7-6. EPISCOPAL CHURCH. i r i-uiuiuH 10 as n gu as isv pounns -,', - -""" cut, and a committee sent to Washine-1 evening prayer HALM HELP WANTED Get busy. I ""is is said to he the sevcre.,1 test council's aon hTnS SI i?" to urge favorable action by the 7:"- Sunday school and Bi P busy. ,s your job unsafe. Is It - - - ea - -n p J(, J- ZZ, JJ unan. nt. von want a Hfe-lon tested unti, no leakl wel.c shown, fP" contirmation or rejec- two yea'r8 et 'Ve fl". i es every a"""oon except i.Hiness. You can get into such a Full opportunity to examine the con- L" F,l '" ZJ i4ih ia "i UP0" Proprlatlon therefor made but the act I P' nK Wednesday 7:30 p. m Lisiness, sel!;..g more than 137 Wat-Illll0 of the water mains which thus , , . . .. .. carried a condition that same should I REV. JOHN CHIPMANf Kins products direct to farmers if you en auto or team or can get one, if am tan give bond with personal Ireties. We back you with big sell- helps; 52 years in business; 20, 000 users of our products. Write exposed, was aftoreded the engineer. p-"t JZZ " H o-.I not lre available unless 800 feet of uie cuuiicu mm uiuse wno expressed; LhS I river rrontage was acquired by the themselves to the council, the mains I w rTittrtlmtlM st.m ci,y and dedicated to the public use were m a remarkably good condition. 7'" '"r'Dirt.on System. nm, that the communt contribute Only one member of ihe council is ex- s P'Pe laid 22c $ 1,672.00 the cost of he new project $100 000 00 Derienced with the life nf electrie wire ' 15100 ft. 11 pipe laid (fi 33c 4.983 01) In eouh Tho . -ai, I j , ,,. . , T AIM ft . ,;, , " 7" ; ".ot ' "tlllllllJll whs an ami wiring, ins judgment announced1"""" i" " to the council is that the wires are j 15300 ft- Pipe laid 1.35 information where you can get good for many years to come. En-1 "h0 ft- ' Pipe laid i l.80 i. rritory. J. R. Watkins Co Dept. gineen with whom the council have Z 9 D,Pe lau1 W 2.40 Hi, Winona Minn ' 'conferred, have made the same state-'2400 ft- Pipe laid (5 3.00 ments to tne council. i ' 'V nenervoir ' The Doles are not in toot condition ' 44 Hydrants (fire; 61.50 in. CAPTAIN BRUCE many being rotten at the ground, but - Motor driv. Cent. Pumps VISTING EL DC R ADO la,'K number put in from time to - "orth'gton Pumps I time are in good shape and will last Spiral Castings n.. - for a long period of time. (Valves taptain R. H. Bruce, formerly of the lt wus manifest ,0 the members of 00 Cjt Ins $10.00 Misvelt Rough Riders, but now one ! the council that the value of the old : New the eminent geologists in the 0 j Waterworks system depended lirgcly lorado Held, is loud in his praise of 0" . , ,00,n, r "1P I,na",s1iinn V,p I tiM h'i hl,i i to tt en mo n n1 . , i i It, njniit I ... wi,-lr .hiA Ko 1 j j . r " Fii" . " '" they concentrated their efforts for in- 840.00 20.655.00 6.480.00 3.240.00 7.200.00 7,300.00 2.706.00 800.00 1.800.00 900.00 1.000.00 6.000.00 Total estimate for new water works system cover ing same area as old nlant 168 57A Ml oe aone in tne rulure. It will be formation, and naturally inquiries were (Note:) Above does not include site memhered that Captain Bruce was directed to the highest source of for plant required If Ford contract not 3e of the first of his profession to ! au'hority and not to laymen or men approved. in ifi-i ii e n in uie'im-.-n. i 11 i-.u i L ani u sir nurinn ide the location for the Walker wcllJrlT" I X' m 5-17-17 mil Coni ii .. mm H ----- vu,,i UI Ul.C van I nit lha TTnln.. , . n . 1 . . . I IU j "-"" oLskefforts convinced the council 16 miles or S4.4S0 feet note fe of cast iron pipe, such as old water works system line. I including wire) ffi40c per ft. mltted to be reasonable and fair, in fact, had become a custom of the gov ernment in sucn matters. The second conditon was regarded not only a hard ship by this community at the time, but in fact, an impossibility, and a sec ond committee journeyed to Washing ton two successive years, and after a great effort succeeded in having the me last condition eliminated, and the first appropriation under the 22 foot project became available and work on 3.000.00 1 the 22 foot prelect has been in nm. Kress lor three years. To comply mith the condition of the ahov. ict of congress, the city was forced to irtue bonds in the mm nf VI i.ooo.OO and 800 feet of river front age was acquired. The act referred to did not at that time require the bulld ng of a wharf, although a very com mendable effort wag made by the then board of maycr and aldermen to secure Services Sunday 7 a. m.. Holy Com- nmnion 11 a. m. Morning prayer and and sermon hie class address- Sundays 3:30 Rector. HIGH AND LOW SOCIETY COMPARED IN PHOTOPLAY. Mrs. E. J. Ford and two little sons spent Mardi Gras day in Mobile. Messrs. James Ford, Foster Hughes , and Lawrence Mayo spent last Wei nesday with their parents, returnbaa; on lliursday to Spring Hill College In Mobile. A striking contrast between the high and low walks of life Is drawn in the photoplay, ''A Daughter of Two Worlds," from the novel of the same name by Le Roy Scott, which will be shown at the Warfield heatre, Fri day. Norma Talmadge, who is starred as Jennie daughter of Black Jerry Malone, keeper of a questionable dance hall in me siuras. The ambitions of her father, who is hot CIVIC LEAQUI. The Civic Leauge will meet on Mr day afternoon at three o'clock, te Red Cross room. All men and are extended an invitation to tne meetirg and become Ml unheal a the league. The slogan for the leagj) . will Ik- "Do for Pascagosja!" Vv. through united effort to see how nMSjt can ue Hccompusnea. PUBLICITY FOR RENT House! Apply to Mrs. W. Colli HOUOINI'S FEAl When news was Miss Odette Alley is at home for a as black as his name would in- few days recovering from a slight sick ' carry her out of Ja"' through spell. j fashionable boarding school for girls, ! and into society, where she meets the Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Pollock, Miss man who wlns er ,0Te Olive Pollock and Mrs. C. V. Moore1 The st'Kma of the Pst follows her and two little sons arrived Monday I environment, and a Lesley studio that Hi from their home in New Orleans, to situation arises when Jennie famous handcuff king. spend some time at their home at the lu"1 sne "one c" save from U ach. the e'ectric chair a man who has been , i rough- convicted of murder. The care of the dead is one of the To do BO' 3eani ' forced t0 risk most beautiful sentiments that can be the 'OSS f ber finance er Place cherished With , ,,mn,e.i.,i,i., , " ""cieiy. With commendabre 'zeal caused to be erected new and sub the ladies of our community have k g ' OI the uner0". who men HiraiEot. make mtut in l he far as ascertainable, up to 500 Cut ins, (S$5.00 rderrtand whv the v ' . . ' ,., .. - " ' ,PI'ooe,!of its use in the world, from J . . aad CurUe Clothei u hundred and flfty'year V inere lev V pipe of tllM iattel. age j 'Ity. Capt. -. '.Versailles. Frame. Fo! Jrrett hofl fcrV give Hah S n flllSM hie some a. i -- r . ' Ml animate to dupli mm ,, m .tlall new water rea , mv, . ...1 S104.868 00 """"e voted beUW i oi ne v. J ijKioorta a vtu, her e. m , i -SBH $33,792.00 i'h" necesry funds to build one. and 2.500.00 1 ls to he regretted that their efforts at the time did not meet he co-ope raion of the people, as the cost then would have beep 50 lees, than cost of wharf now under construction; hut that Is pa: rears ago the Rivers and H36.292.00 stantlal gates at the Pascagoula and social world? Greenwood cemeteries. The photoplay answers that ques tion. Mr. Pedro Cox and family moved into the Nelson residence this week near Ker street. Mr. and Mrs. O. J. Hollister are visit ing their old home at Ponchatoula, La. terminals' WOOD-Cut any length you want Franrj, Frederic. The Womens Exchange, in charge of Mrs. R. A. Bowers, has been form ally opened, and much interest bu been manifested In this woi articles of handwork ' culinary pnv--" floweev make "The Grim Oi mount-Artcraft picture shown at the Warfieli unlay, all the other lights working there entertainments with. center of attraction shackles and chain: lt quick out of them as th the secret of the He then led an the .railroad Angeles, tQn a rick JHiersiooo.. M -.