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The Mobile Sunday Register (Newspaper) - March 21, 1915, Mobile, AlabamaA. Iter sunday Mai cases to he heard Friday Price Smith we Ray Taylor and Loots Dixon Pace grand larceny charge. Bribery charge up also Case against David p. Kenyon escaped convict will again be called. The first of the cattle sort 18 hea25en four defendant a a a yrs jts Arch for hearing a Osval Phi g�?~2�?~s� Taylor and Jou,"11r�? a Quot grand Lar fax a so re a a grow out of it tote sx1� the Nort Weeton. Dec ton of the county which baffled e life Depute. For a a a allowed Palm waged against to thieves resulted in the arrest of the three men. ,. The bribery charge against i Smith who la related to Price Smith grows out of an alleged attempt by him to bribe a witness summoned to testify in the Case while the grand fury was conducting an investigation. Kenyon Case on pocket. A Case against David p. Kenyon a Young Man accused of issuing worthless checks is set for hearing in the City court on saturday March 27. The Case against Kenyon has been held Over from the last term of court when is Bond was ordered forfeited and an alias writ of arrest issued. Hut be has not As yet been captured. Kenyon it will be recalled was on route to the convict Camp to serve a sentence for another charge when he escaped from the convict we agon and has not been seen or heard from since. The cases on the docket for hear a Fng this week Are monday March 22.�?nathaniel a 4win. Dock Moore grand larceny Alice Ross. Carrie Caldwell Alma Mallory alias Alto Mary receiving receiving stolen property William Cox. Fase pretences. Tuesday John Williams alias Charles Mack burglary in Railroad car Harry Paul Appeal juvenile court disorderly conduct Charles Paul Appeal Jit Venile court disorderly conduct. Wednesday Alexander Battle forgery second degree two cases Harold e. West miscegenation. Thursday w m�h�1 w. L. Bennett Giand larceny d. Haig Pritchard keeping gaming table. Friday Edward Sullivan alias Price w. Smith Wavley Taylor Louis Dixon grand larceny Phinney Smith attempt to bribe. Saturday a was Ter Thompson vagrancy Day f. Kenyon issuing worthless checks David p. Kenyon., it Al set a by Ink Young assault to murder National Ufa and a Accident insurance company. Maintaining we Flack list Atlas life insurance con maintaining Black list. It dead movie St All again is acting in the latter part of october during the Battle of the Marne in Northern France there appeared in the Register an a in me Orlum a notice lamenting the sad death of Max Linder the famous French comedian of the Pathe Frere studio in paria it told about the Virtues of Max and How a sorry the patrons of the Royal theater were to hear of his a death on the Field of the notice Cost a a dad Keener $5. The laugh is on or. Keener and his fronds Aro rubbing it in. To fat people suburban Prichard. Prichard Camp no. 384, Woodmen of the world held an interesting my largely att faded meeting in its Forest thursday night the committees making arrangements for thee a or to aliment to be Given by monday night reported that All t details had been completed. A Oak will be Given. The committee stated that about Twenty five prizes Naa been secured to be distributed the guests. Or. Mart Moulyet says that the Camp will it Aake. £��2? spend a delightful time. Or. Woody Gibson representative the stat s Camp made his report. Me Kano Bogue tribe of improved order of red men assembled in its wigwam wednesday night at the proper time the red skins were caused to order for introducing a Ujj to the mysteries of the red men an the work was carried out in Fine the devotional services of the up Worth league held every sunday eve at 6 30 o clock in the Prich Nung Ard methodist Church afe popular with the Young to it a Ople a a a a increased interest is shown at each the1 no hand soc a to of to log Prichard Baptist Church will hold its meeting wednesday the study of the life of Adoniram Judson a famous missionary will a he Fichard Junior baseball club Defeated the Toulme Nellle Junior pm the Prichard grounds saturday afternoon in an interesting game the score being 6 to 3. Joseph head and George Jordon were in the Points for the Home boys. The to Cotaa will play a picked team on the Home ground sunday. Or. Howard Richardson of Salt a son Ala., a former resident of Prichard. La visiting friends. Or. Mali Ardson is contemplating taking up his residence to pilchard Agan. Or. Ben Dismuk cd waa elected advisory lieutenant of Prichard Camp no. 884, Woodmen of the world to fill the vacancy created by the resignation of or. E. Faulkner. Or. Scott Busby of Indian he nip has returned Home after h visit to . William Dixon Price Porter and Charles Autrey while Otto near Indian Springs Friday killed a Large Rattlesnake ten inches in Al Cumfer Euce seven feet in length end having Fly mrs Newton Pittman was elected president of the to cola baseball club at a meeting wednesday night and or. Nicholas j. Moulyet Secretary and treasurer. A manager will be selected at the next meeting the club. Coming week with a revival which he will carry on for a week. Rev. Francis m. Atchison of the Whistler methodist Church also expects to begin a revival shortly. Mrs. J., l. Eastburn and daughter Irma May and Gertrude , and son John Lewis of Meridian miss., Are on a visit to mrs. East bum s parents. Or. And mrs. Samuel o. Pritchett at Pritchett s Hill. A crowd of Young people assembled at the residence of or. And mrs. Walter o. Williamson for the purpose of surprising their Niece miss Lora Adelle Hartley. Those attending were misses fore Malone Blanch Kelley Thelma Malone Katie Lou Kelley. Juanita. Alvarez Sarah Johnston Nina Gray Elisabeth Johnson Lora Adelle Hartley. Mrs. Benjamin h. Johnson mrs. Emanuel Alvaros messes. Geary Lange. Ross Morgan Clarence Cato. Joseph Cheston Elmer. Cato Albert Fox Teakle Johnston Adolph Vetter Clyde Hartley master Clyde Hartley and or. And mrs. Was Ter o. Williamson. At the conclusion of the games refreshments were served. Mortuary. Of toulminv1lle. Of lower mrs. R. E. Humphries. Peach tree is visiting at the Home of mrs. A d. Thompson. Miss Flossie Brown has bean confined to her room for the past week with a Vedy painful injury to her foot which required surgical attention. The ladies of the missionary society gathered at the Church Friday evening to clean tin Church hut on account of the lateness of the hour it was decided to meet there again next wednesday morning and give it a thorough Spring cleaning. Lyman Toulmon jr., is a Little better. But still suffering with an abscess in his ear. Joe Barrett who has been in the Southern infirmary for nearly three weeks As the result of a motorcycle Accident remains in practically the same children a baseball club had an informal meeting at the Homo of the Greer s Friday night and enjoyed the games and refreshments prepared by the Little hostess Helen Greer. Miss Polly Barrett who returned monday to her school at Indian Springe is at Home with her Mother for the week end. Mrs Madge Cobbs Morrow. Or Madge Cobb Morrow wife of Samuel j. Morrow was buried at Gadsden March 19. She was a daughter of judge James Cobbs and Margaret c. Cobbs formerly of Mobile and resided Here Many years ago. For years past she has Laid aside All else in devoted care to her Mother who died last july and her unsparing of herself brought on the weakness and Lutnes which at the end of eight Rno Nyi has resulted in her death after suffering to hospitals in Asheville n. C., and Atlanta during that period. Her Brothers d. E. Cobbs of this City and h. L. Cobbs and wife of Atlanta and her husband accompanied the body to Gadsden laying it to rest beside those of her two children and her sister mrs. John w. Do Bose they having spent their Early married life there. It was a striking fact that two Days ago in new York died mrs. Morrow a Cousin. Mrs. Frank Crawford Talcott Between whom was the warmest Devotion since youth. One of the unforgettable traits of each of these ladies was lofty minded loyalty to friends and loved ones. Each leaves relatives Here and the most devoted friends wherever they lived. Mrs. Mamie Catherine All Dor. The funeral of mrs. Mamie Catherine Alldor took place saturday afternoon from St. Matthews Church at 3 of clock. The Rev. Father a tune conducted the services which were largely attended. A delegation from the United garment workers association of America was present. The interment was made in the Magnolia cemetery. The pallbearers were messes. D. Pennington. P. Chambers j. H. Duff d. H. Nichols Thomas Irma Hon and de re amp Neau. Mrs. Laura j. Mac Ary Reeder. The funeral of mrs.1 Laura j. Mccary Reader who died thursday night was held s saturday afternoon at 1 30 of clock from the Parlours of Dixon Mckay. The interment Wuh Mude in the Whistler cemetery. The services were conducted by the Rev. D w. Bosdell. Recorder d. H. Edington who in Leader of y. M. A a. Boys membership Campaign in this City. A frown theater program. Today. It Tel. A it my a a a a Quot a reel of fun a a a Imam s Blandjr Quot a Brand hot Odio and Murrio footer to a a a a final to Etoile a the Hon o omm. a a a Kats Monoa. Charles Bor on leu it a cd Moa to twin of poro too. A o Troat Loro port Bow Sjo it no in Riig cant of Ond Virginia cd Rife in a the Metor o Strom re a tuesday. To Wall of Jericho o oho it Mooter with Edmond Bros. In Alfred of hit Dorao. Of produced or Luaao k Harkett. In fro Moo a tie Amo. A a a a a a a a �?��?o9mtfi tymm Aetna Pouwe. Key Modr. Feat arts Nomos arhow. Wednesday. Jumbo Hatton Ond Frank Borago to Quot the Ort who might How been o to port kor boo Dorao. Bone Farrington and Boyd Mora Holl in a do Cato Beauty drama. Thursday. Wilton Lacayo a a i Gnot Frt at ago t Trumph. Tha a ported a Call Kano and Mutoza 01 1� a. Brad ? feature photoplay la fun Aota. A Mutual Weald no. Ateo a flew la Armour a key atone Oon Wudy. Friday. Irene Hunt and w. H Brown tax her buried part a touch lag two part maleate drama of a woman it mistake. A thu Mya Terlouw neighbor a Strong draw the preamp atom by a Host of atom a aaa Erlda. Saturday. Virian Blob mad a Large coat of Proa Alayat Atara la a two part drama entitled. A the two american. Cthel Cooke. Helen Badgley and Harris to Vedoa tax a tue Bobby a than outer Fuin for the Kidd Leo. A beat lag hearts sad carpets a i Kenton of Owdy. Sunday March 2�. Keystone Day. A a tule band of the big two Reet of Poopal Kerr Sooae comedy featuring Mabel. Normand Ford Star Flag Aad to oboe a Burkle a ratty. A the master a Moda / an late Nae two part charter drama starring fan Burka and Molsa Osae. Thanhouser. Winifred Allen Aad George m. Mario to Quot tha Howard Reliance drams. Mother give Cross sick child Only a California syrup of figs a a f peevish feverish Tongue coated give a fruit Laxa. Tiwe at once. No matter what Alia your child a laxative should to the first treatment give. Look at us Tongue Mother. If coated it is a Mure sign your a Little Ohe so stomach liver and bowels need a gentle thorough cleansing at once. When Cross peevish listless Pale does t sleep eat or act naturally if breath is had stomach sour system full of cold Throat sore or if feverish give a the spoonful of a California syrup of figs a and in just a few hours All the clogged up constipated waste a our bile and undigested food will gently move out of the bowels and you have a Well playful child again. Sick children need t be coaxed to take this harmless fruit laxative millions of mothers keep it Handy because they know its action on the stomach liver and a Wels is prompt and sure. Key also know a Little Given today save a sick child tomorrow. Ask your druggist for a 60 cent bottle of a California syrup of figs which contains direction for babies children of Ull Ages and for grown ups plainly to the bottle. Beware of counterfeits sold Here. Get the Genu Ine made by a California Fig syrup company. Refuse any other kind with contempt. Judge Eding Toff. Will observe Willard Day with program sunday the program for the Willard demonstration w Holch will be held at 3 o clock sunday afternoon in the Bur Gett memorial of the government Street presbyterian Church is us follows Dev Oil anal exercises fait h and sin i n go a Al round the world pianist mrs. N. Crane a what Frances Willard. Said demonstration by members of the w. T. A. Address Francos e. Willard Rev. Or. 8. P. Spiegel pastor first Christian Church. Bolo mrs. Ash Bel Hubbard. Address a the present need a or. E. G. Rickarby. Baritone Solo or. Dou Barbour piano. My. Barbour. Tributes from personal friends one minute each led by or. N. Crafto. Solo miss Mary Emma Nettles. Solo miss Lee Barelas. A Why this meeting a mrs. L. Sherill. Offering duet misses nettle and Barclay. All friends of the flying Squadron Are invited to attend. It is a treat to eat Here our White Cooks Are experts our service is clean and first class in every Way and our prices Are just As Low As can be made considering that we serve the Best the Market affords. Real mexican Chile con Carne made from peppers always ready to serve. Best cup of Coffee with pure Cream in the City. Ames a to please9 23 n. Conception Street next to Cawthon Whistler. A mrs. Bridget Meyer. Following a Long illness. Mrs. Bridget Meyer widow of or. Charles f. Meyer died at her Home 215 South Fredar Street saturday morning at 7 80 o clock. Mrs. Meyer was a native of Ireland but for Many yearn a resident of Mobile. A son or. John p. Meyer six grandchildren and other relatives survive her. The funeral services will be held from the Home of her son 215 South Cedar Street monday afternoon at 3 of clock and from the Cathedral of the immaculate Conception at 8 30 of clock with Tho interment following in the Magnolia cemetery. To we pro me a action Abo a it m p0�oebs. 1 will mod tall testimony in is with name a mad 7�-------.�?r. ---149 a new York t licensed physician by the stole of new Fork m a a a til. U do you rejoice in thinking of the mansions in the skies that will be yours when you. Shuffle it Jiff this mortal Coil what sort of a mansion will you leave behind for the widow and children is it mortgaged what income will they have with which to pay taxes and buy groceries now is the time to make certain provision for your family. Address the Penn Mutual Waif e insurance company l. D. Dix District manager. 309 Van Antwerp bldg. Mobile Ala. A Jolly crowd assembled at the resident a of or. And mrs. Charles Smith Friday night a secret Mission in View. After Tho Patty had assembled or. James m. Tucker announced that it had been decided that they should form proce Felon and March to the Baptist Paa Orlum where Rev. Hey Wood t. Vaughan Wax pounded. Or. Tucker had previously arranged for a Deacon s meeting to to held at the Pas Orlum. About the time deacons John Allen and John a. For were making preparations a to leave for Home or. Tucker and associates marched in. A Quartetti composed of messes. Lafayette l. Bullard Leader Grady a. Ham Claud Tucker and Jodie j. Cowart Sang. Miss Bernice Norwood read a Vaughab e sketch entitled a grand Mother s cake a miss Minnie Norwood recited. Talks were made by messes. James Tucker James w. Sumrall Jodie j. Cowart Rev. Hey Wood t. Vaughan and others. The Home of or. And mrs Leonidas Crabtree a been a popular place for the past few weeks for a few of their Many friends who have been making their Home for a weekly get together meeting for spending a few hours socially and dancing. The following friends assembled there Friday night and participated in a dance which concluded with refreshments misses Nathalie Liversage. Jayne Smith. Bessie Liversage Estelle Smith Gladys Kelly Myrtle Vandevender Susan Crabtree messes Benjamin t. Gaston Joseph White Don Godard Glen non Mccandless Frank Flynn Samuel vigor and Earl Myers beginning monday night Church services will be held in the methodist and Baptist churches alternately throughout the week. On monday night regular service will be held in St. Paul a episcopal Church by Rev. A. G. Richards priest in charge. Rev. Of p. Spelger of the Christian. Church in Mobile will occupy the methodist up pit. Rev. H. F. Do Bose of the government Street presbyterian Church will preach in the Bethany Baptist Church Rev. O. Mcgehee will deliver a Sermon in the methodist Church Rev. By amp Ndang s. Vaughan will be in the Baptist pulpit and Friday night the methodist pulpit will be it led by Rev. 8. B. Barnes. During the week the Whistler ministers will occupy pulpits in Mobile. Rev. Or. Francis m. Atchison of the methodist Church will All the Fol owing appointments tuesday at the Baptist Tabernacle wednesday at the Calvary Baptist and Friday at the Broad Street presbyterian Church. Rev. Heywood t. Vaughan will fill the following appointments monday March 22, St. 8tephens-Road methodist wednesday. March 24, Oakdale methodist and thursday March 25, he will be at Crichton. Mrs. Wilmer Cody has returned to her Home in Mobile after a visit to her brother or. David Halwell a mrs. Christopher Mcdonald of Mobile and daughter mrs. Roy King of Chicago have returned to Mobile after a visit to friends. Mrs. Josephine Mitternight has returned to her Home in Mobil after a visit to relatives at eight mile biathlon. Roy. Heywood t. Vaughan expects to follow up the services through the it is a stated that the United states governments grand a n ram Refuge n Arizona now contains about 10,000 Deer. Griffins Trees grow Why beet use they bad a Root system that s simply . our peaches plums pears persimmons and All other fruit Trees 1b�y Are grown in soil properly prepared and fertilized to give thie we amp Kerful it a in Roel growth and that is the secret of our Success in growing Nursery Stock. Cali at the Oul f coast exhibit hall�?#7 North Royal strut and let us show you a a a a a Griffing Brothers Crescent theater program. Sunday March 21. A Diana of Eagle two Raat Baton drama. A on Nasht Imp. Monday. March 22. A Damon and pythias Claa Aio ape Clavele. To to Rel. Tuesday. March u. Georg Luben in the italian run is Paramount. Wednesday. March 24. To redeem an two Roe la enl drama. A too Many Leo comedy. Thursday March 25. Floren Reed. In Quot the dancing owl of of Reese Paramount Friday. March 2t. A the Black episode no. 1, serial. A they were on their comedy. Saturday. March 27. A a number 839/�?T two reel big c dram. A Sli month to us Bex drama. In dermal Neator piles Don t be Cut until yen try to win. Tertul treatment. The internal method of treatment is the Correct one and is a auctioned by Tho beat informed physicians and surgeons. Ointments suppositories and other local applications give Only temporary Relief. If Vii Hata piles i any farm writ for free tamale of infallible pile Tablet sad you will Bleeth Day that Yon read this. Writ today infallible Tablet co., dept. 125. Marshall my. Pompano nothing anywhere like this wonderful old #. Or i. A. A / Quot. Secret blend look for the name French Market Coffee and the picture of the old Market that is on every package of French Market Coffee the wonderful old secret blend with a flavor All ii own. If you can be satisfied with an imitation take the Brand As near like it As the Law allows for both in name and appearance of package French Market Coffee is constantly being imitated. But it wont be just As Good and it Isnit just the same there is Only one French Market Coffee Florida fish company French Market Coffee the wonderful old secret blend Royal theatre today it Pathe daily a the Call of the child. A Fine two reel feature a Max and the . a comedy with Max Ginder ask for French Market by name. See that you Are Given French Market and not Ordinary Coffee or inferior substitutes sold at the same Price. You la know after you try it Why this rarely delicious old French roast and blend has been famous for Over fifty years. This wonderful Oil secret blend has a flavor a amp its own for if is a blend of the most famous growths of Coffee roasted by a special process in the specially built French Market Mills at new Orleans. Send 10 cents for 12 cup Sample and Booklet of the Story of French Market 1 Pound cans -4 Pound pails $ .25 1.00 French Market Mills new Orleans la. New Orleans Coffee co., Ltd prop. 7 Crown theatre today Keystone Day i by Many requests it three 3 big reels of fun and laughter. Mabel a Blunder. A a Brand new hat a killing Horace Florence la Badie and Morris Foster in a the final reckoning a a splendid two part a a thanhouser drama. A the hens duckling a featuring Little Katherine Lee Reliance. Coming tuesday March 23�?�?othe Walls of Jericho a 5 acts. Thursday March 25�?�?othe pit a 5 acts. Tomorrow Jyh. Monday. March 22 the grandest spectacular drama of modern times Damon and pythias in six reels Universal produced by the manufacturing company at an expense of one Hundred thousand dollars Don t miss the greatest picture Ever shown in Mobile does your House need covering the Best covering the most economical Pecky Cypress shingles see us first then use your own judgment Royal Street lumber co. Office and Yards n. E. Corner Royal and Madison st8. Bell phone 800 Mobile Alabama. 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