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   Biloxi Daily Herald (Newspaper) - November 7, 1916, Biloxi, Mississippi                                 THE DAILY HERALD  «üi  DAILpàVERAGE CIRCULATION LAST MONTH, 2013  TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 7. 1916  ^IBANNOÜNCE  mm MORY  Daily Herald Arranges So That Bi-loxians May Know Results Without Getting Out of Bed.  I Curtis Ormond, M. G. Evans, Nol^nd ' Saucier.  Recitation, "Joe's Crime"—Martha Moore Caus2y,  ! Duet, "If I Were a Boy, "If I Were a Girl"—Oscar Harper, Janet Mea-I dows. I  Piano Solo—Pierce Ormond. Recitation, (a) "Prior to Miss Belle's Appearance; (h) "Peach Pies" —Margaret Eaton.  Vocal Solo—Miss Ruth Miller. Violin Solo—Fred Deimel. Vocal Solo—Lo^n Daugherty. Chorus—High School. For the benefit of the audience, the  HERALD TO GIVE ELECTION RETURNS  Arrangements Made To Flaisii Count at Band Square—Music By Municipal Band.  Gulfport, November 7. Wilson or Hughes—which?  However, the friends of th« »«W law express confidence that it will te ratified by a majority of the Totcri, and they have waged a,very energetic campaign in its behalf!  Governor Bilbo has made a number of speeches, and issued a stirring ap-  f)eal to the electors to sustain Ihe av.', which is one of the most notable passed at the last legi.Mativc session.  Had it not betn for the Supreme Court decision on last Monday eliminating the two new lijfior laws from the referendum election, it!« probable that more than 100,000 voters would be brought out. Thé court deci:i"n takes the prohibí ion question awav  m TO MED N  Live Stock, Fish and Game Proteetivi ^ Association Will Hold Sesaion Tomorrow Night.  Gulfport, November 7. The Livestock, Fish and Game Pro  '.¡ii; |i. uiuui. ivii i|u<. aiiuii «»vvciy j. . • • • • •  • fhn nniur ^ absorbing que.s- from the people, and this has cau.-.ed Association recently orgamz^  ,s ments with the Daily Herald whereby'tj^n ^fter 6 o'clock this evening. By ' a decided lessening of interest in the BiJo^i hold its first meeting ir  Biloxi, November 7. The Daily Herald has arranged so  that the people of Biloxi may be en- school authorities have made arrange- t  ebled to learn whether Wilson is ments with the Daily Herald whereby '  elected or not without getting out of election returns will be announced tj,at hour the votes will have been cast, event.  tiieir beds. All they will have to do from the rostrum of the auditorium as ^nd the counting begun. j Four electoral tickets ,the ..c..,.-, - ■ -.....^-------------^-------. --  ImmediSew'^^n the close of th-« An hour or two later returns will ' c^atic. Republican, Progressive and i zen in Gulfport who beliey^ that fish  , . ^ ^TJ TT / W U 4. t ^ bcKin to come in and from then on Socialist, appeap on the official ballot |ifarae and live stock ought to be giver  Wilson IS elected OR IF IT entertainment the art exhibit, from tome m anu irom inen on . if w nrotection .should ha'-k his faith to the  ,.00K3 UKE a WUao„ vi.o., t.e .fP^-"pSc^^^ S'ihÄÄ ÄJ»-" |  ■ Gulfport at the City Hall tomorrow Demo- evening at 7:30 o'clock and every citi  JJX^V/XV».^ A-JAAVa^ Iiijvi* J  firebells at the Lameuse street hall of  ,nie club has elected as its president  vi".—T-.- ^ ' . . ^ „ — ... , « J c 1. J I t Tiumopr, neaa ine iicKet, out mere is 1 /inc tiuu Ilít^ eiccteu us u» urcsmpni  Voluhteer „Steam Fire^ Company Exposition at San Francisco, will As announced Saturday and yes.er- in the way of caption or sub- 'and secretary, L. N. Dantzler and Wm  will do a little Paul Revere act ¡opened to the audienc-. This exhibit, day, the Daily Herald has made ar- ^^ indicate the political identity Estopinal, respectively and its mem-  and make the bells ring at the mid- is but lately returned from Panama, ranpments to give the returns to- ^^ elector. bership now numbers about fifty, the night hour. ^ , , where it was exhibited by the govern-• mght, A stereopticon has been s^., The Progressive party in Missis- major part of which is composed ol  The Daily Herald will telephone the ^ent. The Woman's Club feted the cured by tl^ paper and will ^ install- .^i^pj „„ Satuvdav issued an appeal to Biloxi ¿tizens. Pat Kearse. who hat  firemen s hall at ^e midnight hour if exhibit last week, and a number of ed in the band stand and the resu ts ^11 Progressive voters to suppoH the been active in the organization of th<  it looVs like a Wilson victory or if club women and parents saw it then, flashed on the side of the Elks build- Republican electors, notwithstanding club, this morning said that the Gulf-  Wilson has won. It is expected that a large number of ¡ng- The Municipal Band has ve^ t^p fact -liat thev have an electoral port members number about twentj  If Hughes 16 elected there will be parents who did not ^e the exhibit on kindly consented to entertain the pub- ticket of their own. but expivssed the belief that man\  nc nntrmg of bells. Everybody wUij^hat occasion will take this opportu- lie m the early hours of the liiK'it with Four years apo a total of nearly more would be added tomorrow even-  keen silent. • .u ni-y to see the evidences of artistic a deliichtful program. T ).000 votes were cast in the Presi- ing and in the near future  iriPP^l".®^.'"'!.^^..'!* ^if development in the city. Coffee and sandwichcs will bo serve»! 'lential election, apportioned as fol- The membership of the club is nol  The candy auction, which was such ' by the band during the,night for the levs- Democratic. 57,164; Republf- restricted to Gulfport and Biloxi but  I'rogrehsivc, 0,627; Social- ¿g opened to all who believe in th<  that Wilson has won,'or if returns ccme in early enough to indicate a Wilson victory, the firebells will be rung orior to the midnight hour.  Just remember this; Fire bells indicate a Wilson victory, or a probability of it.  Permission was secured from Mayor Edward Glenann this morning for the firehall to announce a Wilson victory. "I think it is an excellent idea." he said, "and vou bave irw  - —-----«r — —------J --- • — .. — ^ — — - --------------_  a snappy feature of a similiar enter- ,Juenefit of its instrument fund, tainment last year, will be held again. | Everybody is intorestod and every-The girls of the high .school are mak-'body is invited. The returns will be  ií^t, 2,01 , , T, principies which it enunciites. 'Th*  An eíTor; was niacle bv the Proh- ^^^ines will be held in Biloxi ant  iiitr niiiB wi iiic iwfiM cit Doay is inviiea. ine returns win oe , ^ e 01. 1. lu- ---- meeiing„ ........ ..  ing the candy, and they guarantee that absolutely reliable and will he flashed T 1 1 1 . v^ Gulfport alternately  it will be one hundred per cent pure on the s/reen a. soon as received. ""i electoral ticket, but only rrn.. ,  and delicious. Geo. C. Poole in his own happy style will conduct the auction.  The admission money, 10 cents for childr-^n and 15 cents for adults, will hf iispd to swell a fund which the hieh  NO  EVEN FLÜHER OF EXC TEMEN  laea, fie saiu, anu you iiiivt- jnv | "v v« „ ........  ptrmission to utilize the firebells for. school boys are raising to send dele-that purpose." I frates to the State Older Boys' Confer-  The Daily Herald will secure re- ence at Laurel. November 10th to 12.h.  turns from the election at its Biloxi ) —-  office. These will be made known VESSELS ROBBED  tbrwieh the medium of a megnnhone , ^^^ ¡^ p^^. ^^^^^^^ reported : ............. .........................  front of ffp Dan? Herald K« ^^^ authorities the loss of about. Election Passing Oflf Quietly With <1, heavy vote in the towns in behalf front of The Dail> Herald ^^^^ ^^ ^^^ C. RepublU-ms and Socialists Running can save the Richard-  Neck and Ni»<-k Knr S<»rnnH Plan-  I« «i • wuK Lll^ iiiwJ VAiii vJ  to the crowds who are gather in  llnee or four persont? responded to the I call.  I Owing to the fact that the Richard-' son srap'e law appear.^ on the official ballot thi.s year, and forty electors, ' with one candidate for Senator and one rongres.sinan. inuf^t be pcrutiniz-erl by the Judges and clerks, the job o"" counting the votes will be tedious and fi'l" re.sults will not be known in Mississippi for several days.  Tt is conrc'ded that notbini' shor' of  ____club tomorrow evening will re^  ceive a report from the by-laws com mittee.  BEAUVOIR BOARD  MEETS SATURDAY  MISSISSIPPI CENTERIIUL EXPOSITION  Opens December 10  1917  BEAUVOIR GROUNDS W LL BE MPROVED  Several Thousand Dollars to Be Expended on Drivew-ays, Arch and Other ImDrovements.  W. Fulmer and Captain Paoli, deputy sheriffs, believe they have recovered the property, having found this quantity of rope at a local junk dealer's. The rone i.N alleeed to hnvr» lipen  1 I U r- 11 1 * »» I v. p I tiltf IVI*. liaiVi j  son crnme law. as it is stronely opnos- ' Gov ■mor Bilbo Exnec'ed to Be Pre-  f'(t in tlip viirnl Histrirta  Gulfport. Novemlier 7. No crreat amount of excitement was  i-  1 ne rope HIICK'U m iiixvi- iiu uiiiuuiii. ui c.\v.i iciiitrin, was  bought from a party who is unknown I visible to the naked eyo today as a to the sheriff department and no arrest result of the presidential election, ha.s been made. However, the vess -la 1 At 1 o'clock 270 votes had been have it in their possession, having ; polled and it is believed that the vote given a replevin bond in the sum of ; in Gulfport will reach about .'jOO. Of $"300. ;this number Hughes will get between  ---— 120 and 30 and the Socialists perhaps  a few more than that, but the Progressive-; are duo soniethinp- akin a whi.e-  sent at the Meeting—Hog Killine Time at Beauvoir Now.  ^ Biloxi, November 7.  A mammoth archway will be erected at BeauVoir during the next few months at a considerable cost, this ^ having been recommended by Gov- i emor Bilbo and authorized by the board of tr!i«tees.  Beautiful driveways will also be coA^^ructed throughout the grounds and the institution's landscape will be made more beautiful in a nuni-ber of ways. It is stated that the vtirk will probably be done under the supervision of the Mississippi centennial exposition landscape architect.  Governor Bilbo's plan is to have Beauvoir made as beautiful as possible in a number of ways in order th.at the grounds may be ready for visitors at the opening of the exposition. Governor Bilbo states that he expects thousands of visitors t^^ insnect Beauvoir durinc the exnosi  STONE COUNTY AND CENTENNAI ROAD  STAY N HARR SON  Gulfoort. >,'ovembPr 7.  Biloxi, November 7.  The board of tru.stees of the Beauvoir home will meet in regular session Saturday. No important business for the board is forecast, bu< the regular routine of business wil be transacted.  Governor Bilbo is "fexpected to at tend the meeting of the board anc will send two or three davs on th(  I). A. McCandiiss, councy farm ccast.'^ All members of the boaH an a^ent. will not leave Harrison countv. expected to be preseiit  , wash as Progressives in Gulfport arc  few and far between. ........... ..uu.,, ..............  For Congress Maxwell. Sor'alist, that is, not for a while anyway. | voir institution has lost two fi^n«  will get about the same 1.umber of Some time ago. Pike county offered Durimr the last few days tne beau-  votes received In the Sociali^tr; ele'.- Mr. ^u•CandIiss $1(500 a year or $400 hogs. The lose of the porkers hai  . . -.......— ------ tor; for president. Judge Hold n is nioi^ than he was being paid by Har- V»een offset, however, by the birth oi  _ imoppos-d. risoii County and th- Fed:>ral govern- thoroughbred heifer.  The game law is none too popular ni«.nt and sigr.ifi d his intention of ac- .^lie Beauvoir superintendent u  Coast Boosfers Asked (o b« Pr«s<nt at wi;h local sponsmen, and it would not cepting this otfrr unless Harrison ki'ling on an average of t^  Meeliivii of Board of Sujwrvisors be surprising to see a majority c^ist coMatv showed a willingness t;. tnve from the flock of _200 hogs. _Th<  Tinniar*««' Aflpmimn.  against it. The coneensu.s of among those who have giv^n n  thoiiirht sppms trt }•«> that tVi(» pnniitipc  ■uy C^t co'jaty sbowea a willingness t;. give - ^ -v^  opinion bin-, as much. A f. w davs later Pike yetej^ns are being norlc fed to then rivon it inrrpaseri its offer to SISOC a vear. content and are thoroughlj  icrea.sed its offer to «1800 a year. .v  Mr Mnf.,n,ll,«« nttpml H tn his enjoying the feast  . ii ■ .„„ .-.vv,!...-. vj i*; vii-- «.Williivir. i>ifuaouiisH iius uiieiiu-u lu in-  The following communication was ^ ^^ould be permitted to regulate their duties since he has b en in this coun'> rprpivpf} tni.s ¿iftpmoon l.v snp.*iiil ae  livery from S. S. Mincy of Wiggins: j  Wiggins, Miss., Nov. 7th, lillG. The -Daily Herald,  Gulfport, Miss. Gentlemen:  We note in your issue of Monday an ' article entitled "Model Highway to j GuJf Coast.'' in which you state that , Mr -T. r Rflttnn. member of the Board  ^ .«•..v--^ .....v.. liuc'vr» .">11 vc: ii^r xicir» u c^n |it tiii-»  own game law.s. a^d those who have been watching his  The managers of the election are: woik did not relish the idea of losing  Robert Tayler, J. L." Philips, E. IJ. hin, Booker. M. Lvtle and J. L. Tavlor,  ucouYwii »luiiii». ij.f i\ir. J. oatton, memoer 01 ine Douiu  tion. About $2,000 to $3,000 will be ^f Supervisors from Biloxi made a expended in the improvement of the vigi,. to Hattiesburg and conferred grounds. , o i with the Board of Supervisors of For-  The contrMt for one of the dor-County with reference to the Cen-mitoncB at Beauvo'.r will likely Highway or Model Highway  awarded within the next thirty daysiy^^^ Hnttipch.iro- to r.nlfnort The i Richardson Game Will Rrincr Tn  EXPECT BIG VOTE  HROUGHOIIT STATE  nwaiucu «imiii mc iic^i. viiii v.» unji .->  and the building will be ready for occupancy in all nrobabilitv the latter part of Januarv. Governor Bilbo hu already raised $2,ooo for one of the dormitories. The dormitories will i>nm* KOn »niWp  ENTERTAINMEÑ  AT HIGH  111.  , A movement started with the view I of re' aining him found its culmination yesterday in an increase in his salary equaling the amount offered him Ijy Pike county.  In other word.s, Mr. McCandiiss in the future will receive $1H00 a year as county agent, and this amount wiH be made up as lollows: ' Harrison couffiy, Federal gov  ernment, $600, and private subscrip-tion. $:J00.  Ilie com iind nic club bovs were  STRAWVOTES  PRES DENT W ISDN  Rexall Ri'sults Give Him a Majoritj i of 69 Electoral and 159,000  I Pnniilar VnlMS.  HERALD'S CENTENNIAL NUMBER FULL OF  VALUABLE INFORMATION  Jackeon, Miss., Nov. 2, 1916. Mr. A. G. Osoinach, Editor, The Daily Herald, Gulfport, Miss. My Dear Oaoinach:  Please accept my best thanks for the Mississippi Centennial Edition of the Daily Herald, 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 youi own people as well. I was im-presstjd with the paper as a whole and especially with the write-up of the pecan industrj and was surprised to see th« great process made by it in th« comparatively few years sinci that great nut has come intc public notice.  With my very kind regard« and wishing you much success beg to remain,  Cordially yours, T. M. HENRY, Insurancf» Commissioner.  The price of the Centennia' Number of The Daily Heralt is 15c a conv.  REVIVAL NOW UMES WAY  Ber. G. A. Klcia INwtrat«» Omf  Forcefsl S«rniMi at _____  Chwtli LMt NiglU.  Hughes the Northern States solidly leaving only the solid South for Wil son, all of which is manifestly ridicu lous.  The public will be more apt to pii ii^ faith to the straw votes of the Nev York Herald and the Rexall storei than the cniesses of the Tribune.  intention being to create Ínteres' in ' this highway and at the same time secure government aid in its construction.  In the last paragraph in thi.s article you state: "According to reports from  U al^«»« All»» Tí + »p*/^  ivi<.ii<iiu.-^tfii \iaiiii- li.an »» iii nriiiK l  the Polls Many Voters Who I'sual-  Iv aut iriA^tlrvn  Gulfport, November 7.  The fìiìnl vote nnronnced todav h\  f VI Vf í■ ir i " The final vote announced today bj strong for Mr. McCandiiss and got up f^^  rii-titions fc.r nis rr'ention.  CONSCIENCE STRICKEN MAN SUICIDES  gives Wilson a popular majority ol 1.">9,000 votes and a majority of 6£ electoral votes. The total vote cast was 983,000.  I The importance of this straw vot«  i ft rt i *  ....... ... ■ 1 stricken by what he had done, W. L. uv uue w« tne ...at xxca«.  nnJLt Slprforp Mi«s . S:, mArried. stnrP.. .ire InrufpH ,n SOOO olti«.<; in ev.  Object Will Be To Raise Funds To S«id Delegates To Laurel  I'A«^ W AMa^a* A A  Gulfport, November 7. me mo TTnHf^ th» auAoices of the Bovs'i fr.nnfv  Biloxi, Nov. 7. Probable that more .;ian 80,000  Biloxi Mr. Batton found the citizens ' ^«tes^wU^^^^^ the^Pref-;^-^-  of Lamar. Perry and Stone counties i Vhe^ r'residcntiaf '^rontrst "howevi-r i'ean, ot ,^ledge. Miss., ;io, marnea, stores are located in »uuu dtits in  all interested in the proposed high- | aroused very little interest arthe '^hot himself perhaps fatally last night ery settion of the United States,  way although not a Joot of >t w.'l ^ foregone conclusion/insofar i" his room at the Colonial Hotel, in The straw vote taken by the New  touvh these counties. Undoubtedly , ^^ Missi.ssippi is concerned. Oxford, Mir.?., a few hours jJter, it York H raid has, for several weeks  this is an error, for while it is possible , rpj^^ heavy increase in vote will be allegad, he had register d as man past, indicated a constantly growing  to construct a roadway from Hat'ies- ¡^^g ^^^ Richardson game law wife with a handsome young wo- sentiment in favor of the re-election oi  burg to Gulfport and not touch either , ¡j. ^^ submitted under the • man. The woman. Miss Mattie Phil- President Wilson,  county, it IS hardly probable. At any ] new referendum clause of the' consti- '»P. 22, of Sarepta, Miss., is being held On the other hand, the Chicago Tri-  rate, the citizens of Stone county do I tution. | in connection with the case. Miss bune. a leading Republican newspaper not propo^ to be ignored. j Strong opposition to this measure Phillip claims that she and Dean were predicts the election of Hughes by ar The logical route is almost directly i ¡^ being manifested, and it is expected bound for Arkansas, where they were overwhelming majority. The Chicagc  through the center of the County of that the farmers will tdm out in to bo married as soon as a separation paper took no straw vote but is has-  Stone and we are intensely interested large numbers to express their disap- could be obtained by Dean. Dean has ing its prediction on such informatior  and believe that it is to the interest of ; nroval of the statute. hi ujifp «inH fnnr í>hilí1rpn nt Sledcre. no if Via« hppr, ahio tn wmhrr Tt crivpi fVio mrtvpmpnt fn po-nnorntA witVi this  una!^ wie aui»t/'»vco \jì U.C  High School Y. M. C. A. Club of the Gulfport High School and under the direction of Mrs. Virginia Topp, sur-ervisor of music in the city schools,  an intA-Mcfincr onfprtjiinmpnt wilt hp  einciu wiiii  T^ViÄ..^. ic Kö o TMO^tirirp rkf  eouiiuy. 1 iiere is to ue a iiiccmin ux the Board of Supervisors Wednesday afternoon. November 8th, to pass upon ^ the matter of constructing a permanent highway through Stone County, i finH ■aro wniilH Kp vprv cAaA tn Vinvp US  an inufrebuiii^ ejitcrwuiiiiiciiv- wi.i uc jana we wouia oe very giaa to nave as ^ given in the (>ntral School auditorium »-many good road boosters from Gulf- ' toni^t by pupils and teachers to ; pon and the Coast as well as the mem- ; raise fun^ to send delegates to the- bers of thfi Highway Association at-^ State Older Boys' Conference at Lau- 'tend as possible. We believe as above rel, November 10-12. The program. I stated, that it is the logical route which begins at 7:30, is as follows: from Gulfport to Hattiesburg and ask Chorus—Hiprh School. ^ I that you kindly give proper space in j  Recitation, "Courting Under D";ifi- ^ your paper to some notice of the meet-culties"—Martha Morris. i ing of the Board of Supervisors at i  V/woi Onin—Miee Flftrptrcp Mnnt, , Wiggins tomorrow aJternoon, together with an invitation for all those  AU..!. _______..«.¿„.«j »«..I  gomery.  Readings—Lula Wilkinson. xnai, are mteresiea in it lo aiiena anu  am^ T^aMA TVii^^___Tt^.^nnni an/1 j l^Tld tll6ÍT* ìflflUS*^'*'^  '■-vorable action.  Ynnra vaw tnilv  vioiin ana i  Andrew Paoli. I  Vocal Solo—Mim Bessie Reev^. Monologue, "A Telephone Rom^lnce" -^uanita Quarlea.  Well. Have YOU Turned That Faucet at the Gas  run_  :s very uuiy,  S. S. MINCY.  [The article referred to by Mr. Mincy was taken from the Hattiesburg jNews to which paper due crcdit was given. However, it is patent that the .inclusion of Stone county among the counties that the Centennial Highway would not touch was an error. 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 its construction. The suggestion hy i Mr. Mincy that Coast boosters of ' the Cent nnial Highway should do well to attend the meeting of tke Stone County Board of Supervisors tomorrow afternoon is a good one and it is to be hoped that it will be acted on.—  441 Mamas  TN THR riTV OP aTTT.FPOTíT  APR TTSTNa  Doll Baby Flour  If you are not using Doll Baby Flour, ask your Grocer for a small sack of DOLL BABY when you place your next order for groceries.  Gulfport Grocery ComDany  PASS BN «HON  Services Will Be Held at Mississippi laty and Gulfport During Week.  Gulfporc, November 7.  The Pass Christian Convocatior Vill hold its first service in St. Mark's church in Mississippi City Thursdaj evening at 7:30 o'clock.  The second service will be held at St Peter's Church in Gulfport at 11 o'clock Friday morning with celebra, tion ofi^he holy communion.  TTie first business meeting will b< held Friday at» 10 a.m. and the secom at 3 o'clock in the afternoon.  The ladies of the Guild will serví  liiTinh at tVip rpctnri^ at 1 Ti.Tn  BEAUVOIR V«  VOT NO FOR I  Biloxi, November 7.  "Where D^ fitíl Begin?" ___  the sub^t ÓI the sermon by General Evangelist G. A. Klein at the If. S. church. South, in thi« city last nisht.  The revival at the * MethoSit church began last Sundây morabkf and will continue indeAniteljr. Sei^ vices Will be hdd evèry morning and eàch night during the revival.  A representative number of peoi^e attended the services last night, wÛle the church was'padwd bow Swiday morning and night.  Rev. Klein delhpered a iMOiieularly clear and foreefpl sermon last ni especially for the Iw^efit <tf-the people.  He illustrated his remarks by tba use of the blackboard, showing hoiir the soul is brought from dark depths to a place of light and life by a man^ consent to be with God.  The life of the soul was ilhistrat-ed on the blaeUxwrd by a pit, ia which there was presented the pietoz« of a man, graping in thé misery and woé of sin. God was represented ia the use of tongs, wh^by ia helping hand was extended to the sool incar-ccrated in the pit. The Holy Spirit, said Rev. Klein, conld take that soul from the bottomless pit, if the man gave his consent to be brought up to Christ. A man could lay hold to the Holy Spirit, he ssikl, and be lifted up, even as the Son of Man was lifted up in the age of long ago.  The illustration was iwrtieaUuly forceful and many spoke of the ffreat clearness of the illtistration in showing the life of the sens and daufl^ ters of men.  The forces of light and darlraess also illustrated by magnets, one ma^ net representing Goo, drawing w men unto him, while ^ second magnet, the fowe of evil, represented tm devil and the powers of daiteesa.  Rev. Klein showed how man atood between these two forces ■the power of darkness and the power of liáS^  The evangelist dedared thatTfidl that was necessary on the partiTef man was to say "Yes**, to God. also declaré that if ibe soa|[ Mr comes hardened it is all tiie, met» w« ficult to be drawn away frttni the things that are evil; that w^Mfei the soul is in the. bottomlasa pit úd the tMigs of ^ Holy ^rit> are extended, that the hawed wâ ba-ccmes as a marble and ft J^^liffleOlt for the power of Gad to thia  beneflcience and bring that soul its rightful place in the lÚc„,e| tíie Holy Spirijj. pT  Rev. Klein ic eameit in-ery of his utterances aodt grows dramatic.  The revival is gr^tly the music. Evangelist .S-of Detroit, who is choir ^ particularly efficient in.^^s Mr. Renshau i^ an English«^ by birth and has a wide exp^iqienee throughout the worjd, in {^^ieal work. Rev. Klein i.s an old clase^nilte of Rev. H. W. Van Hook, preiid^t of the Seashoi'e Campground school, havijie attended Vanderbilt imiversi-ty with him.  Glenn Grace, an accomplished musician, js with the avengelist party as pianist. His home fs at Blooming-ton. Ind.  Rev. Klein nreached at the MeÜio-dist church t] is morning at 9:30 o'clock and will mIso deliver a force-ful sermon tonight at 7:30 o'clock, following a song service at 7 o'clock. Mr. Grace will meet the Sunday School students in the Sunday^ schoM room of the church this afternoon at  5."JO  JÊ'-  rlaliv-  bv  irHF«ng  »Ork.  No Hughes Votes at Beauvoir at All Declares Superintendent El-  Biloxi, November 7.  Sixty or more Confederate veterans at Beauvoir are voting for their presidential choice at Beauvoir today Many of the veterans left for theii former homes yesterday in order tc get to vote, some of them spending their last cent in order to get tht opportunity to vote. A number oi Confederate votes were cast at Biloxi and Gulfport by inmates of Beau voir. Not all of the inmates at th« home are registered, hence not al have the opportunity to vote today.  "If there is a single Huglies-mai at Beauvoir," said Suneripfcndeni Tartt today. "I do not know it. 1 think Beauvoir will go solidly foi  TI-.M___»»  I ¡city officials, personal letters have gone to the president of the Missis-|Sippi Division, Mrs. Virginia Redditt Price, urging her to use her test efforts to secure the convention.  Should the^onventi^ etmie it will practically he here for the opening erf the Centennial and the State U. D. C.'s will no doubt be here, at the same time, as an invitatioh' iias been extend^ to them to hold their 1917 meet-  inor in tfiic /»ittr  II n n RRRi T^  Gulfpcrt, November  A joint invitation from the Missis sippi Division U. D. C., the mayor oi Gulfport, the Centennial Commissioi ^ the two local ■ chapters of th( Daughters of the Confederacy has been sent to the Cîeneral Conventioi U. D. C. now in session in Dallas Texas, to hold their 1917 meeting li this city. Between 800 and 900 dele gates from 85 states attend this con vention and bring the most prominent women from every state. It is hop^ the invitation will be accepted.  In addition to the official invitatiimi which have been sent and the wirei  Xlft^J. Ik A MA. M^n^M  SATISfiAQIlON..  In Trading With Us There is the Satisfaction of Kpowing That Yea Are Getting the Highest Quality, The Best Servfe^ and a Gaarante« If Not Sa'isfled'For Any neasen You Get Your Meney Back.  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