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the MoTior jorrmu raimr. mav t. imo. EIGHT FAGFS Just Received by Express Today: Onion Sets, Cabbage Plants, Irish Potatoes. vann riiiiJtKDUttfl, une rnce usn orocer, hve Minutes Delivery. Strand Theatre TODAY Select Pictures Co. Presents NORMA TALMAGE "THE ISLE OF CONQUEST" SATURDAY HAROLD LLOYLD in ' "FROM HAND TO MOUTH" . A Guaranteed Cure for the Blues. MONDAY Paramount Presents BRYANT WASHBURN WANDA HAWLEY "MRS. TEMPLE'S TELEGRAM" TUESDAY ' "BROKEN COMMANDMENTS" : WEDNESDAY and THURSDAY "THE MIRACLE MAN" THE STRAND ALWAYS THE BEST ' Local and Personal. Cart. Ellington of Reidsville is vis iting his daughter. Airs. R. Allen. Monday. May 10th. will be a legal holiday, and all the banks in the city be cloned. Miss Hannah Blair Is visiting: her brother. Mr. Harry Blair, in Colum bia, S. y. Raleigh is Mm. W. W. 8 "v, v nillk,:ASf 8 'BRYANT WASHBURN and WANDA HAWLEV in a. scene from. fMRS. TEMPLES TELEGRAM' A PARAMOUNT ARTCRAFT PICTURE I Strand Theatre Monday f v-jL""1 -' . . .. . .. - " w m w - . WOite House coffee Insist upon having White House. It's the countersign for good coffee costing less than 2 cents per cup, includ ing cream and sugar. For sale by all (iood (irocers. -Xone better at any price. vxxwvvvvxxxwvx Mrs. Sue Hough of sending the week wUh Horn. Mrs. B. G. Tadlock and daiiKhter. jThelma, of Murshville are siiendiug tne week with relatives. Mr. and Mis.- E. S. Tedder and children left yeslerda) for Ellenboro where they will make their home iu the future. , Mr. I. B. Miillis left Wednesday for Richmond, Va., where he has accept ed a position. Airs. Mullis is spending some time with relatives in Raleigh. Mr. Andrew Monroe, a student at State College, Raleigh, spent Sunday with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. L.. Monroe. - Austin and Richard, young sons of Mr. and Mrs. Vern Hunnicutt, were taken to a Charlotte hospital where their tonsils were removed this week. Mrs. J. H. Beckley of Wadesboro, Sirs. Key Scales and children of Al bemarle are the guests of Mrs. Kitty Fairley. Mr. J. J. Parker will deliver a me morial address at the Old Waxhaw Baptist church next Sunday morning at 10 o'clock. i ' Mcsdmiies L. N. Presson, Atha Ste vens and Allen Heath are attending the annual missionary conference of tt" Methodist church at MorgantM this week. t Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Crow and dill Iren are spending thr week-end wit relatives. in Morksville. They will be ircoiiipanied home by Mrs. R. D. W, Connor of Raleigh, a sister of Mrs Crow. Mrs. J. II. Suttcnfield of Winston Salem has arrived in Momo and in the future will make her home her Mr. Suii 'iilleld recently nccrilred an interest In the Chero-Cola Co. her Mr. atul Mrs. SuttenhVId are at 111 Caldwell House for the present. MIcros Mabel Lane, Adeline Crow and Annie Lee, who attended the May Festival In Spartanburg this week will return home to-morrow evenln They will be guests ut a luncheon glv en by the Converse club of Charlott to-morrow at noon. Mr. W. D. Hawfleld has resigned a a member of the board of county ap praisers, and the county commission ers have appointed Mr. P. P. W. Ply ler to succeed him. Since the nieetin of the commissioners, it has been learned that Mr. W. A. B. Secrest hp also resigned from 'the board, H successor 'Will be appointed later. Miss Rosa Penegar, young daugh tcr of Mr. and Mrs. A. C Penegar, was rather pninfully injured about the head yesterday afternoon when she jumped' from the running board of a car while It was still In motion Her injuries, however, are not of Ferious nature. The car was driven by Miss May Beasley. The Salvation Army will put on a drive in this county, beginning Mon day, to raise $900, which Is our quota of m ons to be raised. Mr. T. F. Limerick is chairman of the local committee, and Mr. J. W. Laney is treasurer. The Salvation Army did great work during the war, and since the armistice, it has been salvaging human wrecks. at FIRST SESSION OF WINGATE SUMMER SCHOOL BEGINS MAY 11th; CLOSES JUNE 18th. Tuition $10 iu advance. Board at cost in dor mitory. . ' Courses offered in Arithmetic, Algebra, Eng lish, (Jrammar, Composition and Latin. Special courses offered for county teachers who would like to raise their eertificaion and salary. '. For infonnaion address C. M. BEACH, Principal, Wingate, N. C. I'liion County Man Fleet rocuteil Unroliiton. John E. Steele, a native of this county, and a son of the late (.apt. J J. C. Steele, of Jackson township, was electrocuted Wednesday at Lincoln- oti when he came in contact with live wire. The remains of the deceas ed were brwight to Monroe this mom ing, and the funeral services are be ing held this afternoon at Tirzah A news dispatch from Llncointon to the Charlotte Observer gives the fol lowing account of his death: "The accident, a distinct shock to the entire city, occurred when Mr. Steele took hold of a live wire while at work on one of the poles, recelv In 2 SOn vnlf In hnlh hands which f.were badly burned, one linger being burned completely off. "Mr. Steele, who succeeded Mr. J 0. Shuford as city electrician, has made Llncointon his home for several years and was well known and liked by the people of this community. Pre- vlnua Ia htwAmlnir rttv lnt riptun h I """" MVW......0 . . J was In charge of the Are line of the I Southern Power company In this sec-itifin j "He Is survived by a wife who be fore her marirage was Miss Emma Harbinson of Maiden, and two chil dren." A Correction. AIr.AV. E. L. Willlajiis. appraiser of tho Farmers' Mutual., Fire Insurance Co., requests The Journal to correct the impression that he neglected to appraise the barn of Mr. J. L. Moore, which was destroyed by fire Satur day. iMr. Moore, he says, had told him that he wanted his barn apprais ed, but had not set a date for his conilne. THE CHAlTAlyi A Pinafore Wan Itig Suctcm and Folk Are liking Forward to Play To-1 night Willi Much Pleasure. The Chautauqua, which opened so auspiciously last Saturday afternoon, i continues to please Monroe. The au-1 dienres have been laree for everv performance and the "rhautauaua ! spirit," cheered by such n.av weather as has sometimes been larking in pre- I vious enuaKenieiits, has been much In ' evidence. Monroe U one of the few ! smaller North Carolina towns sue-i cessful in maintaining the Redpath 1 Chautauqua throughout the war with- ' out a break, and the futBre presence of this educational institution in our' town each year has b.x-n assured by the organization of tiie Chautauqua company. Miss Louise Stallinrs. mezzo-sopra no, who appeared with the Mendelss- : hon Trio, a company of real artists. pleased the large audience which ereetcd her, both for her beautiful t voice and her gracious response to , the hearty appluttse. The violinist on this occasion was particularly .en joyed. " The concert of the New York Ope- ! ra Singers Wednesday afternoon fell! somewhat below par but this program was balanced with a wonderful lect ure delivered In the evening by Opie Read. In a half serious, half humor- on way all his own. His subject was Human Nature and Politics," and the entire address was culled from his own experiences as a newspaper re-1 porter and editor. The light opera "H M. 8. Pina fore." last evening was one of the! feature proerams. The choruses. I bright and charming, were dellghtfuf j ly sung Dy the rresn young voters, most of the yevng women being col lege girls and not professional act resses: and the whole performance was one of the most cheering and gen ial possible. The orchestra acquitted Itself well, both In the short afternoon concert and In the accompaniments in the evenimr. The lecture of Dr. Jor dan on "Back to the Farm" was a real inspiration and a number of would be Monroe farmers art sorely tempt ed to "sn back" as a result. Dr. Donald McOibney lectures this afternoon on ".Moral Purest"; 1o nlsht the comedy, "Nothinn But '.lie Truth," will be given and the pro gram close tomorrow with the chil dren's paceant "Thrift," and the lec ture in the evening by Ralph Par-loue. Thhe Charming Summer Frokcs Have Marvelous Exclusive Features HARMON WASHABLE IHIESSKS, Tor Home, Torch or Street wear, are the accepted garjnents of Summer time. Their Winsome Grace and Enviable Fitting will impress you and their most Moder ate Cost will arouse your wonderment. Yes; they will lit all women perfectly, and the feature contain ed In these garments mean added Service, Comfort and Convenience without added cost. Call and let us demonstrate their mauy advantages. Many de lightful styles to select from at 3.00, $3.50, 34.50, $5.00 and $6.00. Lee & Lee Co. Reliable Merchandise - Reliable Merchandise 22 .? I l I 1 I I i 1 4 i 1 11 j. x "-.. n How are You Spending Your Time? Are You Tied to the Kitchen ? n H Monroe Steam Bakery Makers of GOOD BREAD. Vi t, ,-W immm esr vr-...us t to Do you have to spend your hours doing work- that we can do for you, when you might be resting or having some of the outside pleasures that are due you? Do you bake nt home? There is so much for women to tee and do In the world nowadays few who .think at all seriously feel they ran afford the effort of home-baking. We are duplicating your home-loaf in iOOI BREAD Made with the purest Ingredients In a kitchen as white and shining as your own. Result, the true heme flavor and deliciousness you've never found in baker's bread before. Graham Bread and Cakes on Hand nt All Timtu. Pound Cake , a 8ecllty -tile per pound. Auk jorfr" Orocer to send you pound. Fresh Doughnuts Kveiy Hy. Cream Puffs on Saturdays. Think It over, and If you decide you owe more time to your own health and pleasure And the best possible bread to your family Place an order with your grocer frr (it Mill UREA I). One thing you'll soon notice is your children will bog for It. And grow Flrong and rosy on it. Every member of your fan iiy will be benefited by a diet of more bread w hen the bread is as wholesome and delicious as GOOD BREAD. The host lof joii ever tailed! Before a loaf f GOOD BREAD is baked, we spend hours testing its In gredients fo that do tilt nf , I,, Iter ation could creep in. Our reward ii the GOOD P.J EAD flavor that drltrinua r.inlrlntr n,..i- ness that tells this m All Dread. UntinD tin hiv i. nri n The Monroe Steam Bakery. SVlVkVVVVXVVVVVVVVVVkVVkVVAVVV.VXVVXVXVXWW Saturday we will have Snap Beans, English Feat-, Radishes, Lima p Beans, Beets, Spring Onions and Lettuce, fresh and crisp from the. I PP IiPlllin Sunny South." . ....... .:. , ::. .:. .:. MjjJ Ul 111111 BpecialforSatur Irday: 20 cakes 10c. Buttermilk Toilet Soap fur $1.00.