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VOL XVIV, No. 32.
HENDERSONVILLE, NORTH C AROLINA, - THURSDAY, FEKUARY 23, 1911. OJTB DOLLAR PER YEAR Elf 11 PI?- 'fltoSn i A 1 A -Nn'W -TnilM-WRT Tnn'n 'iirnhnhrnnir-nnniirnnrrlTn ;- - WOULD PASS HU LAW To Discontinue Chain Election k Raleigh; Feb. 20. Disregarding en tirely the wishes of his constituents, as expressed at the mass meeting held at the court house, and by the mem bers of . the CommerciaPClub and the Merchants Association,' v Representa tive Ewart has introduced a; bill re pealing the present road law and offer ing in its place the . proposed law; published in the Hustler of the 2nd of February. ' -. - . . . ,c " .' The number of the bill is 1290. (you may want 10. xeier. io,mai numDeran the future) and is entitled "An. act, to submit to the qualified voters of the county of Henderson "the question of the adoption or rejectidn of abroad law." .:- .::.:-'U-. ."' . In all essentials, the proposed law is the same as already published in this paper except as noted above. - It' provides also for "the appointment of Mf, P. F. Patton, the man , who has made goodon Henderson county roads, but also provides that iricase of a va cancy occuring in the office before the next election, the county eommis'ion ers shall fill such' vacancy. The bill calls for an election on the first Tuesday in May 1911, the regis tration books to be opened on April '1. Just why' the. debt-ridden county of Henderson should be put to the great " unnecessary expense and unwise excitement of an election, merely to change an already effective law, Judge Ewart does not Bay in his -bill.1 - -- Another bill, No. 1289, evidently de signed to work in harmony with No 1290. is entitled: ,C: - . "An act to provide for the working, making and . maintaining the -public roads and bridges of the county of Henderson." .-. .-; Mr. Mceelj Sick. Mr. T. C. McNeely, .well knqwn here as a railroad man, is now undergoing a very serious operation iff a hospital in Columbia-, S. C. Mr. McNeely has many friends in Hendersonville who hope that he will iave a successful operation. Oire of the most promi nent surgeons . in the: South will per form the operation. ' In7 recent years Mr. McNeely -ha.ar. been actively engag ed in .the constuction pf several im portant branch- railroads. He luilt the road-from here to Brevard and has spent several years realizing wJiafchas come to pass in the . Appalachian In terurban railroad company.- Mr. v Mc Neely was one time superintendent of the Georgia Central railroad arid man ager of the Danville and Richmond railroad under Col. V. E. McBee who was general superintendent , of the road. ' ' - i ' - . - The Hendersonville Mercantile -om-panys Big .Clearance Sale -Attracts Large Crowds".: ' " - :-- ' ; -'- This is one of . Hjendersonvilles greatest sales because of the values given and Jthe unsual assortments of the many staple lines . of seasonable; merchandise th4y Scarry. ''; ' ' ' Large . crowd's - attended on opening day and the selling was brisk. Their, salesforce was more than doubled, giving all patrons' prompt and satisfactory service. , " ,-Y The library started by Whitaker's book. store through -the -Advertising columns of" this paper11ias-,rsulted in.' nearly fifty. .memljerseing;"ecjire4i It is proposed that one Jhnndred new books be . bought ' and an exchange among the 'members be made until all have been read. This will enable each person, to read the. books for, the price of one-and only a small exchange fee.' The movement is a good one. v" ; .7 X The Average TToman Life. The average woman slippeth out of bed in the morning and arrayeth her self in an armor that would" have 'cut any sixteenth century knight to.the blush. She washeth. her face and hands and dabbeth herself with' vari ous chemicals, goeth down to the breakfast table, where v she ;skimmeth over the advertisements in the paper and hastily instruceth-the cook, what to do. She proceedeth to the scene of her operations whatever, it may be. She shoppeth, or she gaddeth, or she gossipeth. At noon she hurryetht back, when she putteth on another garment still more hprrible and uncomforta ble than the other, and starteth off once again. She meeteth various other women and 'they discusseth still other woman that are not present. She in dulgeth herselfrin all the latest fads, whatever they may he during the day But all the time she thinketh not. . She chatteth continually, ", - but knoweth not. ! 'V She displayeth on her person! orna ments, and strange and grotesque ani mals, and careth not, except to make &a impression. - . -" By and by she windeth up at home "where she greeteth her .husband and swatheth herself oncev again in less but much more highly expensive ma terials. . -m'V. o -;: At midnight she retireth. She eay her prayers and blesseth Jehovah t she liveth in an uplifting ag. WWV 10 PEOPLE'S WISH Gahg--Calls for an in May. . , This provides -for'1 an tage' limit of from 21 to '45 (already a law) and an annual, road tax of not less; than one nor more , than three dollars,, in the discretion of the county commission ers, or six days labor if cash, is not paid. - j . . - ; ;;. ' ' . . The- county commissioners - shall meet on second Tuesday' of each al ternate month after r first Tues day in May, 1911; to consider" road and bridge matters, hear complaints, audit accountsetc, etc. They are to receive three dollars .a day ' and mile age rate of ten cents. '.T .They are given power to discontinue chain gang at any time, convicts to be sent to. some, other county wanting good roads at a minimum of exnense. This4 chain gang matter,seems to be 4 a. sure pome witn tne Judge regard less of the remarkably favorable showing made by Supervisor Patten in this respect;; : -. : ; .;v . Ewart, of course, expects both : of these bills to pass. Then, should the people ' fail to ratify the 'one at . the polls, the other . becomes effective, and in any event - the present law is re pealed. , v ' Cpunty Supervisor- Pr F. Patton has as stated in the past " and emphati cally told a Hustler reporter when in formed of a dispatchx received from Raleigh that he ; would under no cir cumstances serve under; the proposed new road-law just entered by repre sentative Ewart. Mr. Patton '. says that he wil lnot serve the people un? der a new system thathe has. so little faith in.; His opinion of the proposed law Ts that itcannot be worked suc cessfully. '. . v, ; '. s - - - ' , Yalentlne Dance. Th'e - dance given at the Kentucky Home -last Wednesday night was de cidedly i the most brilliant affair of the. season. - The decorations showed carefully study as well as tedius, work on the part of those" who so suc-J cessfully planned the affair, r ; In the dance hall the decorations rdpresented a snow A stonnT Hi5i dreds of hearts were festumed along the .walls... The lights shaded witfi reT dkst a radiant glow upon . the scene. The orchestra half , hidden by palms an -evergreens rendered excel lent music. About twenty fives ebup lesi werepresent.' During the even ing ..light refreshments were served - The German was" led by J. Edward Brown and Misa - Stillwell. Among the out of tpwn guests were the, Mis-: ses Bell of Tryon, guest of Miss SUH well . 7 - ' . ' Smith & Schenek. V V . The. firm of -Smith & Scnenck; attor neys atlaw, ', has been dissolved by mutual agreement. ;;Mr." J. E. Shipman a-prominent lawyer of Columbus,, will enter- partnership- with W. A. Smith in the law firm of Smith & Shipman. Mr. Shipman is well known here, and has many friends who welcome him to the city. . Mr. Schenek hasmoyed his office into the hew-'Peoples . Na tional Bank where he-haa handsome, quarters ' and will continue the prac tice f his p.rofe6ion. Mr. Schenek is oneHenderaonville's ablest lawyers andhas large pracUce .ih Henderson coun : -.. ;:r. -' "S - . I,, 1 . c. - - 1 - P-v'' vSomeLate' News' Items . '. The Insurance; ; companies of the State" are : 'toj be V; investigated.' The Koonce. bill was - reported unfavora bly', "r but the minority report .was adopted after a hard fight. The Gov ernor will appoint the commission and clerks,: : ' : "... - "The h6use resolved itself into a cdmmittee of the Nwhole Monday and Tuesday . and wrestled with the reve- ? ?:ioked more like a W last few of the sections hadybeen adopted Ewart's bill not to 1 appoint any more Henderson county justices of the peace has been killed. . .1 J . Asheville wants to issue bonds for school purposes." ' "v . . . There y is some talk .of redistricting the state congressional districts. ;. : The local bil aTe still pouring in. It is -barely possible the legislature? may have to work - several days for nothing, for a member! Is loth. to re turn to "his . people" without having done what be was sent to de. The Melrose Power and Manufac Ing Co., of Tryon, wants to be incor porated. The men named in the bill are "Wm. A. Newell, R. A. - Ersklne, Carroll p. Rogers. vTbe charter gives them right to supply light and power and to -v manufacturing. , ' A successful Bald.' A-'r' ' ssful raid was made upon a fitoon ier aisuiiery -xasi iuew night rc-r Green River township. The officers brought to town a 90 gallon r tin after destroying . aDout 'iirms of-beer. No arrests were 1000 iuyu ,gaii . - , v . . mak-4 Jne U uncomfortable for the blind fion for th Stonewall Jackson training Lf- Wt,, near' Hendersonville. llschcol. , . - 1 " : X i I I I H ' lft. " fit M Bl i Ml I W .i7 J f, I . U m t H 1 I - Ml . .HHinHlMBffflV M M BRIM tl ia Pf Jl BIB yuii mx& 'mhmmmu . n liiiitiiu u u mes. (Stafi Correspondence) Raleigh, Feb.-20. "Mr. Speak-er as I understand It" then a dignified and hignly impressive pause. . That's, the way they begin, almost every' one of them. In fact, no true legisla-torhav? ing a realizing sence of the impor tance, and dlgnlty-of, his - position, would dare to let down, his floodgates of oratory without this preliminary re-J mark. . And that is exactly corrfect f; ' But with only two week's time in which : to legislate and orate and not one single measure of prime im-? portance yet enacted, something ;ha$ naturally got to give -way and it is going to .be the oratory. y-: : - V. If you were here in 'he house "of representatives, spending the: swift ly fleeting hours watching the -wheels, go 'round, and if you were asked , to Lsay WHY there has been so, little state wide legislation to; date, you would answer, distinctly. and . without hesitation : " " ' . ? ; .; , . Ihe AppropriatIonys Committee" ;; You see' under' a rule of the house, (or was it Speaker Dowd's rulihg?) nov measure calling, for the expen diture of real money, may. be discuss ed until it has : been,, refered to-the committee on appropriations. That "committee is :- composed ,6t real haf d working laboring men, who are do ing the best they can, but they haven r reported back a single bill yet. r. - And there you are, you see. - "So that's why the legislature now disregards all union rules of eight hours, but rather, is putting in almost 100 shining minutes each day for the big ;jneasures are going to be passed, someway in some fashion. While prophecying in advance is really a dangerous business.rtt is -almost safe to say that no bonds: will be issued except for permanent im provements. It Is the .mpst econimlcal legislature over and their slogan and guide when it comes to money is "Don't" spending Ut's sad, but it's, true, and Jtis -but a gloomy outlook - and vista! spread before the yes of those who would have the state appropriate for increas ed pensions, state aid to highways, more money, for the school children," etc., and so on. , . -v The million dollar administrationr building has already dwindled to a half size that, and may be cut still more.-- Spdinhour may get some adj dijtionabpropriationv for thev-pubil 11c- :scns'epi out 11 wont. -De iour nun dred thousand dollars Susan. - Special orders for this week include the Gov ernor's . salary bill, ' the state widen x . I aog tax ana sneep dui. me insurance investigation, the Battle Child Labor law. ."' . . - - There have been bills introduced in the house to date, of which are now laws. They are - practically all- local measures, of course. If the rtat6 does not pass': any measure to aid in good roads, rfthe counties are doing -it, ; at anv rntA ; -Th1 is onp of thP most en- i.nnMHT: h nf thA f,,trp at- hess' of Norths Carolina this willing ness of the counties and townships to issue bonds tor paved roads. - The sta ' primary la is bw 'in. the 1 hands ot..a 8ub-comjnitteer.The need- ed Torrens land system bill will be killed or passed soon, as will the road law farmfschool, fish bill. . vv As to the little billies ndw.sleeping in the committee rooms whosejunbi- tion it is to increase the. salaries of various and sundry. Henderson county officials,- ft is almost certain their fate j wi k V.Q a 'win rnn a thm Will UO B'BttU WUC OUU aforesaid county, official -to - -wonder lLlife is yeally worth the trouble after all. :--'t '' " : Senatdr Fisher, of Polk, has receive ed many letters from Henderson cdun ty folks, including, Mr. Charles French Toms, ssking " his support for the dog law- aimed to kill off worthless pups and give the sheep a chance. Senator Fisher is in . favor ; of the bill. His measure -prohibiting the sale of wine in Polkr a growing evil, is a law, and he has received a stock of leters en dorsing his position from all over the State. Polk has all of Saluda, now, the Senate ratifying the bill last Saturday! morning, week than at any time during the past many mons: Messrs. J. C.: Moris, K. n- urnrla T? P, ninrVft and TP S Wf- - -A-Ar "wiri; nn f -h q'tt-t dersonville boomer, .were in town for a couple of days. They Drought, some of the mountain air and sunshine with them and it was sure "good to look upon them once again--even ' if they wfifftt excessively and enthusiasts . ... - , ; cany sociaDie.- - , : : : 7u ,x Some of the bills introduced are: ; . -counties create outside pi these two. To place Cleveland county offices on j ' , ' : salary basis. To - incorporate the ' Henderson County XeglsIaUon. Grand Lodge-Knights of Pythias. To. V Representative Ewart has introduc enable all towns and-cities -to frame ed a bill "allowing Juge Pace $360 their own charters. additional for clerk here. " : To aDDoInt Justices of the Deace for Rutherford county, also to. create a . special court for that county, with civil come out of the committees hands and and criminal Jurisdiction, to be -known will doubtless get "through. V;: -w as the Rutherford county, court. n ' -Another private bill is that allow - Favorable7 reports have been made ing the clerk of court of Henderson on bills putting the solicitors oI vthe , ing physician. . J. F.,HarrIs. lives near state on a salary basis, their salaries ing physician. J. F. Haris lives near to beOO less than the antounts they ; Dana and Is a brother of -Hume Har receive during the next twelve months, j ris, in business in Hendersonville a The nroDOsed school for feeble mind counle of years ago. : ; : - (d children- has been favorably re-t norted.1 as has the $40,000 annronria. One of the best attractions ' ever of fered"; the .Hendersonville public will appear at the Court House on Wed nesday, .March 1 i; at" 8 :30, whence famous Roney's Boys Concert com pany of Chicago will rendei a varied program of oencejted instrumental selections in costumes vocal solps, duets, "militant ensemble numbers', numerous other popular musical pres -entations. -'.-'-:.:";-'" :''' This organization of talented poy musicians,, under'jthe , personal train ing and management of Henry B.. Roney, - has won national fame, .hav-' ing, among other notable appearances, played at the famous Children's Christmas Party given - by: Ex-President and Mrs. Roosevelt in the White House at Washington several years ago, of which the Chicago Tribune had the following, to say: . - ; ; : , vr"More than 500 children attended thV Christmas , party " at the White House, and not since theC4ays of Presi. dent Tylerw has there been anythlngi like: it..-v'--. .. ' ?x "Roney's Boys" who gave the -musical program, 'scored "a great hit, and the' enthusiastic little guests encored all their selections. The Golden Organ Chimes excited the children and were .evidently appreciated as much as any part of ;the' program. Today the great E4st"Roora was the sene of the merri est party e Ver . given. ; here; Mr Roney bears, the." distinction of' having been chosen from hundreds- of musicians all oyer- the country ; for the .White House Christmas concert." . ; : . Mr. H. C. Meyer,; who will manage the entertainment is to be congratulat ed upon' his good jfortune in securing this great attraction.4 which )had.N ah open date , between Spartanburg and Asheville; : -' .. - . No on4 should' miss this show' as "Roney's Boys ' are unique, unrival ed and unapproachable, as a popular attraction. No other company appeals po equally and so irresistibly to old ana young, ior tney are notning less than a musical' sensation. These . tal ehted boys not only entertain, charm, and fascinate, but they educate, stimu late and inspire n the children every where by their marvelous accomplish ments -, in music,' especially vocal. Every charming feature that long ex perience and ingenuity can : suggest is embodied in these, programs-: -1 Tickets ' will ; be 60c for . adults and 25cfor children under 12 years of age ;ay.badtfc-HiaerAPharJ macy or, from Mr. M.yer; " " Unfavorable reports have been made on the cigarette bill, and on bill mak ing husband and; wife jointly respon sible for debts contracted for necessi ties for the family. ' ' :. " Winston-Salem . business ' men want aState Board, of Trade, and from the number of good roads bills introduced for the . different' counties the -folks of the state-are sure determined to abol- " i.v. j-1 : 1 n i 3. v.:t1 ki.k i&iA -Vl- iua.ua uuis, wuiyu t bonds, have been introduced for Duplin, Franklin, Catawba, Wilkes Wayne, ; , Surry, Alexander, - Pearson, Forsythe and many . other -l counties. The tate aid . to goqd roads, has not 9nMtTl'-- lx . ,Per Di la are:. Pro- VJf tS iJS eate' a Bte tax- commission and State board of equalization, providing for, a female attendant to accompany fema,le paUentethe insane. asy urn; ' r -ZZL tle the b6undary dispute between North Carolina and Tennessee. i n... 1 A .1V ueru .ui uC ma -Dili proviaing tnat noiuing De paiu officers for destroying ; illicit ' stills in his, county. The Cherokee representa tive hinted, at people making stills at a cost 017.50 -and then, going oat in the wilds and, destroying- them, net ting. a little profit for their labor.; Mrs,,; Fannie Powers of Shalotte, wants the, lr-r;-!at:re to rrant her a d!vorcef rom ' 3-jh eph . . I c- V i sband,- al leging that Joseph lext Lome two years ago and she hasn't heard a word from him. -Also wants" her name ; and her two children name' changed tb-her maidencognomen Turner :v. ? . - ' Eastern Training. School. ' The Eastern Training school wants 45,000 for the coming year, also $12, 000 to wipe- out a little indebtedness, and asks that $80,000 be pproprlat- ed for additional buildings. : ,A This is all-Xor the: Pent school S"1 S been lost in the 8juffle.-. .r -Hoke county .Is North. Carolina e ! youngest child. There are now J)9 of them and Avery -Is going to make the :4innth TVicro wil- h nn nthpr new - The bill allowing J. O. Bell to ap- point a constable at Green River has -Ewart'd bill making Justices of the oeace in Henderson county' liable to road duty has been killed dead in the ssnate. V v V - Reports .Show That 1 Rrepated for Appalachian Railroad ;, Material developments; in the rail road interests of Hendersonville have taken place in the past few days. ' In, fact it is known that men of large ex perience and j strong financial backing have had a survey made , of . the pro posed "lines and are today in confer-; ence in the city of New York planning for the completion of the railroad that Hendersonville citizens have 'been working' : on for the past four years. The surveyors . havef . completed the lines ' from- Hendersonville to Knox ville,'via Asheville and from this city to Greenville, v Indications point that Henderson "will - eventually become a great Tailroad. center, makine the city a hub for several important roads leading in all four directionst. . f This hew proposition is no hot air .talk, but is sound probabilities based upon well known facts made possible by the organization, promotion; labor and money spent by the ' Aalachianij Interurban Railroad company. . This enterprise was established just before the panic of 1907 and since that me has had r many, offsets,; but with the . School Closing, . - I.?.. . . - ..t : Clear Creek- chool closes March 1st with an . entertainment" to which the public is ' cordially invited. Dinner will be served on the grounds. ; Music, will be furnished -by Messrs J Virgil Ledbetter, Jim Haydock, and Bill Mc Killop. - . . '-: 'i, The program ' is as follows i. ' ' . ' - " I A J .1 . . TTT 1 ' - opening -uaAiuress,, welcome-rJ? rear" Foster. . - :, . - ' -"Words of Welcome" -Daisy Barn-, well. a " ' . : "Daisies"-i-Sophia Freeman. . v " Music. ,':- . - : -v . . . "Thanks"--Wiliard Case. '' ; r Song "Sweet Story" 20 'boys and girls. ' ...j ;'-."v' ; "Lament--Whit O wnbyl I '' r- "The Quarrel" Dollie Freeman. ."; 'The . Eternal Masculihe'?-Tosta Lyda, - -.V. . . ' : ; ;j;V Music Male Quartette. z'-A i Kep' Cheerful Daniel tLyda ; : At Our SchoolTim Barnwell ff Days of Week--Tally-uyda. T "i-J.C- Use of Tobacco Mark rpwnby. "j , Rule of Three Lila IughteK ' l. c Youth Margie: Laughter.1 ' '; ." A Fourth of July Bryan Ledbetter. 1 Ovejr in the Meadow Chester Foster ; " -u dinner . Song, Rpd Wing-Chester Foster: Burial of .'Moses Annie Ownby. ' ; ' Psalm of : Life Minnie- Ownby. ' ' 'Music. ; . " , : .' - r Dialogue : - "Getting Infirmatiori- by Tfi chary. Lyda Filbern Rhodes, v ; ' Music;., ' ' : . . - ;s ; - :- ,; 'A" ' , ' Theologp-:; in . the Quarters OsSie Rhodes.-;". j . - ' ' . " .. -.i -; . Blue arid Gray Minnie Brown:,' : ,v ' Duet'by the Misses Lyda. - - .: : - Musici'T-; -?.r-' '';vv; :--;v"r ' Monologue Brown.- . 'Mrs. Piper' Minnie ,The Quilting Party Gay Lyda 5- . uur saviour neuy uarnei. " Washington Filbern "Rhodes. - : : ' Our FlagJohn Barnwell.' ; Jolly old Pedagogue Fred Foster. Music , v .;"'. ;. ". . . ' " ' v ' Lialogue. "Washington'' 5..hoys. .. '-Male QuartetteV ; 'r . Dialogue "The-Monthsf-i2 boys. - V 1 Lbom-of . Lif ef7-IolirCLyda. " -::f- Dialogue "MrSi Bollnbroke's Curios ity" by, Filbern Rhodes and Minnie BrownT' -. v: . ; tg ;': 'V rC:: : Awarding of pitesV-;f:;:V :frrl';Z Closing remarks. . -'A-zf: " Song ''Goodbyer-The School, - IT. O. W. Supper. ' A supper will -be given by the local. Woodmen of the World in its quarters Thursday . night. AH members are urged to be present for the affahy Some! very: important topics will be discussed' . among1 which will' be the arrangements for the coriinigi selec tion of the hext State meeting of the Woodmen: Hendersonville desires the organization and earnest efforts have been started to bring the Woodmen to Hendersonville. A campaign will be launched at this - meeting.' Ar delega tion ' headed by Zl C Morrow and others will go to Greensboro March 15 J here in 1913. At The First Baptist Church., - ' "Grass hoppers" will be the subject of (he morning sermon.. Service, be gins at 11 o'clock. ": ' , Special music led .by "an orehestra and chorus choir will be a feature of the service, at night. : .Kev. Jno; W. MonrA nastnr nf Aha rPirst. Methodlsf "churcnwill preach at. the. night 'ser vice -vvhich begins at 7:45 o'clock;, ; : Sundays school begins at 0 .o'clock. Special music and classes for all.' Organized ; - adult classes a feature. Everybody cordially .welcomed. Agree able and attentive -ushers." ". . c v -; K. W,Cawthon, Pastor. ; j:Bev. 'Wml Phelps. pastorSsfj. the Firsts Methodist church of Battle Creek, Mch., is visiting i nthe city. ReV Philps preached ate'Iethodisti church last Sunday morning. ' . : Active Plans Beinp" everlasting perseverance of many cf the'leading spirits of the concern with their untiring efforts V are about to reap a harvest. The: - company has found' financial aid in carrying out the already well laid plans to make Hen dersonville' . the -' v railroad center of Western;North Carolina. T Without the able, wise and efficient assistance given the company by Mr. T. C: McNeeley, a - railroad builder of note there would- not have been been such flattering reports to make. Mr. McNeeley; backed by several public spirited; citizens together with- the of ficials of the First National Bankanfi the . Wanteska Banking company in finances has made good his promise and today he has paid every dollar to his endorsers and has squared his ac count with these institutions. .; The debt against the Appalachian and Bat ; Cavefrailroad will soon be liquidated andl the ; public " spirited -stockholders who advanced money to the 'company.'i will; receive their ful shareAin return, and have more rail roads than was promised. ' 1HSS VAN STUBDJFOEITO BE' I ? ' AT -A.SHE VITiLR AUTORIUTI March 1, Direct From Herald Square -Theatre, If.:- Y.- City C,omIc ' Opera Star ylTm.be Seen . "Again In Th3, ' Paradise of 3Iahomet., ;-; Another "TNew- York, success 'Will presented' at the : auditorium Wednes day, March 1, in "The Paradise of Ma homet," but better" still this' attraction will be the medium . of . reintroducins ; an old favorite; of our theatre'' goers, ' Grace. Van Studdiford. , -The plendU. voice nd . magnetic' personality of this' leadef among American prima donnas . are well known in this city.AHer owa : vocalaccomplishmetits of the pastaij said to" be eclipsed by her singing ia this" offering wnicn is being brougta direct" from'' the; Herald Square theatre nc uin . ' ' l- - . - -. i , . f Prominent in the, latge .company art, Maude. Odell,- Harr ylMacdonough Mar - Bouton, . Robert Pitkin, i George Lecss ' :M'coreT:FIprnz "KolbV and 'H, Davi Todd ! The chorus Is not only large out can smff. Tne- regular nouse op- ed f ori this argument: . - It is predicted that everybody wifi be 'whistling ' the big. song hit of this' comic opera, Which is entitled "Thene v Is1 SbmethipgAbout Yoii That Appeal. ' to Me.r ' , ' - ' ' '; . - . 1 :' .. " Indications are that Miss Van Stufl diford. willL, play, to - the5 largest . bu- Theatre, goers in this vicinity. shdulSLv-' secure 4heir tickets 'early and cdhstCt gard - to special train returning aflir - ) th performance. : -; J ' ' J, p. Arnold, Manager Auditorium ii'be .accompanied by rPostoffice or.Ese fltfress JHoney ' Order; (not personsa check.) . All orders for tickets will.l filed in the order received. ; Prices $2.00, $1.50, $1.00; ' - ' 1 Boylston Ifews. ' y -, '-TheReV;;ianiison of, MITs. Riverhas Justdpsed a series of 'mec4 ". ings at the Methbdistf church at Horr Shoe fromoshlchr'we' hope much gty has been 4one. ' : ; -ET? i; Barnettfc, has u et complete the -neV ' milL at Mr.Oat Corpennlrcs which will be of. great consequence- .; to the people of this section. ... . J. H. Stepp;ls. very busy these ds putting in his Telephone posts. - . .. . ;-Charles Corpenriing has secured m " position as collector for the W'rouglS - Jrbn Range Co., of St. Louis, Mo. :: . ;, , ; : T-' - ' r . :- - Stepp brothers are still burnlr. lime at the old Boylston lime kfin. Mrs.'.M- EL 'stepp visited Mrs. J. ZZJ Crook, last Sunday. ,v , Miss Lauada Stepp visIteoT her pes- . ents Tast; Saturday and Sunday. ' 2Tr. "Wilson Takes Trip. ' C. E. ; Wilson one- pf Henderscss ville's .most valued business ' men Wednesday for a western, trip. Cst goes first to New Orleans to witness -Mardi Gras, which, starts this morZZJ From this city he will journey o3ssjp ; into Texas andPther states. Mr."T3-r son ; has taken Bimiliar trrpc "to "Csi past and has done a- great -fleal 2. advertising for . Hendersonville. carried with him hundreds of botfKkf which he expects to interest many Sa. coming to this city next year. Mr. T3-' son will distribute Hendersonville O erature in New.i Orleans' during t23 festivities of Mardi Gras. Mrs.' CLd ? Wilson, 'will, manage the large T3-": son. Department, store in Mr. Wilsczsf' absence. ' -v" ; U - - ' v : . Mr; P., G. .Edriey, of Edneyrille.-x" the Hustler office a pleasant caH'CCs week. .. . x - V