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Biloxi Daily Herald (Newspaper) - November 7, 1916, Biloxi, Mississippi AVERAGE CIRCULATION LAST 2013 TO NOVEMBER 7, 1916 CENTS A Herald Arranges So That May Know Results Without Getting Out of Curtis M. G. Noland j I Moore I Were a I Were a Janet (a) to Miss Belle's Ruth Violin Vocal For the benefit of the TO Made To Flash Count at Band By Municipal November 7. Wilson or the friends of the law express confidence that it te ratified by a majority of the and they have waged a very energetic campaign in its Bilbo has made a number of and issued a stirring to the electors to sustain the a which is one of the most notable passed at the last legislative it not betn for the Supreme Court decision on last Monday eliminating the two new laws from the referendum probable that more than 100,000 voters would be brought court takes the prohibi ion question Fish and Game Protective ' Association Will Hold Session Tomorrow November 7. The Fish and Game November 7. The Daily Herald has arranged the people of Biloxi may be en- school authorities have made j all Association recently organized to learn whether Wilson is ments the Daily Herald 0>cl(>ck thig a lessening of interest in the hold its meeting hour the votes will have been cast Gulfport at the City Hall the counting Four electoral tickets evening at 7:30 o'clock and every hour or two later returns Progressive and j zen in Gulfport who believes that begin to come in and from then on on the official ballot and live stock ought to be given will continue until it is known who will this should hack his faith to the nation's next Democratic ten in extent of being c I head the but there is 1 club has elected as its announced Saturday and in 1hc way of or L. N. Dantzler and the Daily Herald has made ar- to political identity respectively and its to give the returns an now numbers about Progressive party in major part of which is composed or not without getting out of election returns will be their All they will have to do from the rostrum of the auditorium as is turn over in their beds and breathe they are telegraphed in. sigh of upon the close of is elected OR IF IT | entertainment the art from LOOKS LIKE a Wilson victory the the schools of which won the at the street hall of j silver medal at the Steam Fire Company Exposition at San will be will do a little Paul Revere act to the audienc and make the bells ring at the mid night but lately returned from rangements to give where it was exhibited by the A stereopticon has been Daily Herald will telephone the The Woman's Club feted by the paper and will be Saturday issued an appeal Pat who has firemen s hall hour if exhibit last and a number in the band stand and the resu progressive voters to support active in the organization of the club women and parents saw it on the side of the Elks this morning said that the 1_________1____ ITi Mn kno i i i % 1 looks like a Wilson victory Wilson has is elected there will be nc ringing of keep is expected that a large number Municipal Band has very have an who did not the exhibit on kindly consented to entertain the ticket of their occasion will take this lie in the early hours of the night with Four years apo a total of nearly to see the evidences of artistic delightful votes were cast in the and sandwiches will bo served apportioned as development in the that Wilson has won or if returns in enough to indicate a I of of members number about twenty but expressed the belief that many more would be added tomorrow evening and in the near membership of the club is in early enough to indicate a Wilson the will be rung Drior to the midnight remember Fire bells indicate a Wilson or a probability of was secured from Mayor Edward this morning for the to announce a Wilson think it is an excellent he you have such by the band during the night for the 57,164: Gulfport and Biloxi 1.511; 2,017. was made bv the the and they guarantee that absolutely reliable he flashed of the State lie nno nor last will be held The girls of the high school are Everybody is interested and everybody is The returns will will be one hundred per cent pure and C. Poole in his own happy style will conduct the admission 10 cents for children and 15 cents for will be used to swell a fund which the the screen as soon as to utilize the school boys are raising to send Daily Herald will secure from the election at its Biloxi These be made known through the medium of a to the crowds who are expected to the State Older Conference at November 10th to 12.h. VESSELS ROBBED Two vessels in port having reported the authorities the loss of EVEN opened to all who believe in which it will be held in Biloxi I A Gulfport alternately electoral but only tomorrow win a report from the in front of The Daily Herald of Fulmer and Captain deputy believe they have having found this quantity of rope at a local junk The rope is alleged to have bought from a party who is Passing Off Quietly With and Socialists Running Neck and Neck For Second out an three or four persons responded to the to the fact that the Richardson law appears on the official ballot this and forty with one for Senator and one must be scrutinized by tV Judges and the job o' counting the votes will be tedious and full results will not be known in Mississippi for several is conceded that of a vote in the towns in behalf of the measure can save Ihe Richardson as it is strongly opposed in the rural Thousand Dollars to Be Expended on Arch and Other November 7. No great amount of excitement was visible to the naked today as a to the sheriff department and no arrest result of the presidential has been the vess j At 1 o'clock 270 votes had been have it in their having polled and it is believed that the vote given a replevin bond in the sum of | in Gulfport will reach about 500. November 7. mammoth archway will be erected at BeauVoir during the next few months at a considerable this having been recommended by ' ernor Bilbo and authorized by the board of driveways will also be throughout the grounds and the landscape will be made more beautiful in a number of It is stated that the will probably be done under the supervision of the Mississippi centennial exposition landscape Bilbo's plan is to have Beauvoir made as beautiful as possible in a number of ways in order that the grounds may be ready for visitors at the opening of the Governor Bilbo states that he expects thousands of visitors to inspect Beauvoir durine the this number Hughes will get between 120 and 30 and the Socialists perhaps a few more than but the Progressives are due something akin a wash as Progressives in Gulfport are few and far Congress will get about the same number of votes received In the Socialists for Bilbo to Be at the Killing Time at Beauvoir CENTENNIAL December 10 November 7. board of trustees of the Beauvoir home will meet in regular session No important business for the board is hat the regular routine of business will be Bilbo is Expected to the meeting of the board and will two or three days on the All members of the board CENTENNIAL NUMBER FULL Nov. 2, 1916. Mr. A. G. The Daily Miss. My Dear accept my best thanks for the Mississippi Centennial Edition of the Daily This is a most creditable publication and contains some valuable information much of which will not only be a surprise to the general public but to your own people as I was impressed with the paper as a whole and especially with the write-up of the pecan industry and was surprised to see the great progress made by it in the comparatively few years since that great nut has come into public my very kind regards and wishing you much beg to T. M. Insurance price of the Centennial Number of The Daily Herald is 15c a G. A. Clear Last Asked lo be Present at of Board of Supervisors Tomorrow following communication was received afternoon by special delivery from S. S. Mincy of not for a while time Pike county offered Mr. a year or Judge Hold n is more than he was being paid by Harrison County and Federal game law is none too popular d his intention of local and it would not this offer unless Harrison be surprising to see a majority cast showed a willingness November 7. A. councy farm will not leave Harrison expected to be has lost two Nov. 7th, 1910. The Miss. note in your issue of Monday an ' article entitled Highway to j Gulf in which you state that Mr. J. C. member of the Board About to will be Supervisors from Biloxi made a expended in the improvement of the 1 Hattiesburg and conferred the Board of Supervisors of contract for one of the County with reference to the at will likely be Highway or Model it. The concensus of opinion among those who have it thought seems to be that counties should be permitted to regulate their own game The managers of the election Robert J. E. 1J. M. Lytle and J. L. BIG within the next thirty days and the building will be ready for occupancy in all the latter part of Governor Bilbo has already raised for one of the The dormitories will cost AT HIGH Will Be To Raise Funds To Send Delegates To Laurel Game Law Will Bring To the Polls Many Voters Who I dually Presidential Hattiesburg to The intention being to create in this highway and at the same time secure government aid in its the last paragraph in this article to reports from Probable that more 80 000 Biloxi Mr. Batton found the citizens the Lam although not a foot of it toueh these as A f w days later Pike increased its offer to a McCandliss has to his duties sirce he has b en in this ' and those who have been watching his woik did not relish the idea of losing A movement started with the view regaining him found its culmination ' yesterday in an increase in his salary i equaling the amount offered him ' Pike In other Mr. McCandliss in the future will receive a year as county and this amount will be made up as ' Harrison Federal and private corn and pig club boys the last few days tne The lose of the porkers has been by the birth of n thoroughbred Beauvoir superintendent is on an average of hogs a week from the flock of 200 The veterans are being nork fed to their content and are thoroughly enjoying the the Northern States leaving only the solid South for all of which is manifestly public will be more apt to pin iis faith to the straw votes of the New York Herald and the Rexall stores than the guesses of the November 7. Does Hell wi the subject of the sermon by Generi Evangelist G. A. Klein at the M. 1 in this city last revival at the church began last Sunday and will continue Se vices be held morning ai night during the representative number of peop attended the services last whi the church bow Sundi morning and Klein delivered a particular clear and sermon last especially for the benefit illustrated his remarks by tl use of the showing the soul is brought up from depths to a place of light and life 1 a man's consent to be with life of the soul was ed on the blackboard by a which there was pretested the picta of a groping in misery woe of God was represented the use of whereby ia helpi hand was extended to the soul in the The Holy Spii said Rev. could take tli soul from the bottomless if t man gave his consent to be broug up to man could lay to the Holy and lifted even as the Son of Man lifted up in the age of long illustration was forceful and many spoke of the fin clearness of the illustration in sho ing the life of the sons and daut ters of forces of light and also illustrated by one nu net representing drawing men unto while the second nu the force of represented 1 devil and the powers of Klein showed how man between these two poi of darkness and the power of evangelist declared that was necessary on the part ' man was to say also declared that if the comes hardened it is all mere to be drawn away things that are of that soul is in bottomless pit i the tongs of Holy are that the hardened m comes as a marble it for the power of God to and bring that soul i its frightful place in ic earnest of his utterances and J grows The revival is Will Be Held at Mississippi City and Gulfport During Results Give Him a Majority of 69 Electoral and 159,000 Popular Mr. Batton found the citizens the 1'renden-Lamar. Perry and Stone counties I November 7. v ir j * The final vote announced today by trong for Mn McCandliss and got up Bros for the stores petitions for his STRICKEN MAN to have been by what he had W. L. of 35. gives Wilson a popular majority of 1159,000 votes and a majority of 69 The total vote cast 983,000. The importance of this straw vote is due to the fact that the Rexall stores are located in 8000 cities in November 7. Pass Christian Convocation Vill hold its first service in St. Mark's church in Mississippi City Thursday evening at 7:30 second service will be held at St. Peter's Church in Gulfport at 11 o'clock Friday morning with celebration holy first business meeting will be held Friday 10 a.m. and the second at 3 o'clock in the ladies of the Guild will serve lunch at the rectory at 1 is an for while it is possible to construct a roadway from a foregone insofar as Mississippi is heavy increase in vote will be due to the Richardson game himself perhaps fatally last night ery section of the United L i * I m 1 X i to Gulfport and not touch either to be under it is hardly At any the citizens of Stone county do not propose to be logical route is almost directly through the center of the County of Stone and we are intensely interested and believe that it is to the interest of the movement to with this There is to be a meeting November 7. Under the auspices of the School Y. M. C. A. Club of the Board of Supervisors Wednesday Gulfport High School and under the November 8th, to pass upon of Mrs. Virginia matter of constructing a of music in the city highway through Stone an interesting entertainment will be j and we would be very glad to have as ' given in the Central School auditorium good road boosters from tonight by pupils and teachers to port and the Coast as well as the raise funds to send delegates to hers of the Highway Association at- | State Older Conference at as We believe as above November 10-12. The I that it is the logical route which begins at 7:30, is as Gulfport to Hattiesburg and ask ' that you kindly give proper in Under your paper to some notice of the ing of the Board of Supervisors at Florence Wiggins tomorrow with an invitation for all Violin and Piano and Andrew Bessie Telephone his room at the Colonial straw vote taken by the a few hours H raid for several he had registered as indicated a constantly wife with a handsome young in favor of the re-election The Miss Mattie 22, of is being the other the Chicago connection with the a leading Republican claims that she and Dean the election of Hughes by for where they The bo married as soon as a took no straw vote but is numbers to express their could be obtained by Dean its prediction on such of the la wife and four children at it has been able to It referendum clause of consti opposition to this measure is being and it is expected that the farmers will tiJm out Have YOU Turned That Faucet at the Gas Office are interested in it to attend and lend their influence toward securing favorable very S. S. article referred to by Mr. Mincy was taken from the | News to which paper due credit was it is patent that the of Stone county among the counties that the Centennial Highway would not touch was an The proposed highway will go right through the center of Stone county and it is pleasing to know that this sister county is preparing to join in j its The suggestion hy Mr. Mincy that Coast boosters of | the Cent Highway should do well to attend the meeting of the Stone County Board of Supervisors tomorrow afternoon is a good one and it is to be hoped that it will be acted THE CITY OF GULFPORT ARE Baby you are not using Doll Baby ask your Grocer for a small sack of DOLL BABY when you place your next order for Grocery Evangelist S. of who is eh particularly who is an Englishman birth and has a throughout the Rev. Klein is an old of Rev. H. the Campground scl attended ty with an accomplished js with the pi as His home ts at Bloom Klein at the Me dist church tl morning at o'clock and will deliver a ft ful sermon tonight at 7:30 following a song service at 7 Mr. Grace will meet the Sui School students in the room of the church this 3:30 Hughes Votes at Beauvoir at Declares Superintendent November 7. or more Confederate veterans at Beauvoir are voting for their presidential choice at Beauvoir Many of the veterans left for their former homes yesterday in order to get to some of them spending their last cent in order to get the opportunity to A number of Confederate votes were cast at Biloxi and Gulfport by inmates of Not all of the inmates at the are hence not all have the opportunity to vote there is a single man at said Superintendent Tartt do not know it. I think Beauvoir will go solidly for personal letters gone to the president of the Mi sippi Virginia urging her to use her tesl forts to the come it practically he here for the the Centennial and the State U. D. will no doubt be mt the i as an has been tended to them to hold their 1917 I ing in this D. n URGED TO COMETO November 7.^ A joint invitation from the Mississippi Division U. D. the mayor of the Centennial Commission and the two local chanters of the Daughters of the Confederacy has been sent to the General Convention U. D. C. now in session in to hold their 1917 meeting in this Between 800 and 900 gates from 35 states attend this convention and bring the most prominent women from every It is hoped the invitation will be addition to the official invitations which have been sent and the wires that have followed from the state Trading With Us There is Satisfaction of Knowing That Getting the Highest The Best and a If Not Any You Get Your Money 16 0UNCES TO 0 A 1 COURTEOUS UPDATE soft shell Walnuts Brazil Nuts CASH 214 and 215 SERVICE THE P. Great A. * P. Tea
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