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The Mobile Sunday Register (Newspaper) - March 21, 1915, Mobile, AlabamaI of a gov. Henderson paroles Denby liquor Law violator had served Only two Days of his sentence. Judge is a a discouraged m. H. Screws says first Effort to enforce Law results in a. Parole. The Register Bureau Montgomery Ala March 20. Charles b. Den by. Convicted in the court of common Plena recently of violate or the prohibition Law and sentenced to 662 Dato at hard labor was paroled by governor Henderson this afternoon after he had served Only two Days of hta sentence. Governor Henderson declared he was influenced to Grant the parole by certificates from several physicians showing that Den toy s mental and. Physical condition is a impaired. M. H. Screws judge of the court of common pleas after hearing of the parole stated that he was greatly discouraged. A a a the governor a he said a stated after the prohibition Bill was passed that it should be enforced and now when an Effort is made to enforce it he paroles a prisoner who was proved to be entirely guilty. It is very discouraging a Keller to make inspection. W. S. Keller state Highway Engi Neer will spend this week in the counties of Lauderdale Franklin and Winston inspecting state Highway work. Or. Keller will look Over the work being done on the trunk Highway and will Confer with the county boards of commissioners relative to the work or. Keller said today that work of completing a permanent Highway running from Helm a to Tuscumbia via Marion. Greensboro. Tuscaloosa he form Haley Vitte and Russellville is Well under Way and that he expects a a Large portion of the work will be completed Early in the summer. Congressmen at capital. Three congressmen and one former congressman were in Montgomery today. Their appearance Here was purely accidental according to their statements. Those who were in Montgomery were congressman e. Bai in on. Ninth District w. B. Oliver sixth District Henry b. Steagal. Third District and former congressman w. O. Mulkey of the third District or Mulkey called at the office of governor Henderson. He stated that he had nothing of any importance to divulge in the news line. He said that he did want to say that congressman Hugh Dent is one of the hardest workers in the congressional Hall. Or. Mulkey also paid a tribute to the services rendered in Congress by representative Fred Blackmon of the fourth Mobile Register. Sunday morning March Ai 1915. Make movies at wife a appeals two arrests in political rally won him Pardon prominent candidates will gather at Gulfport on april thirtieth. The Register Bureau. Gulfport mias. March 20. In the big political rally at Gulfport april 3 it is the purpose of the executive management of the big meeting to have moving pictures of Tho various state and county officer made while they Are in action. Prominent among the speakers will be governor Brewer. Lieut. Gov. Bilbo and candidate Reilly. While it is not anticipated that All three of the gentlemen will be seen in one picture each will go of the Canvas in full Force and effect when in this City. Congressman b. P. Harrison has been made master of ceremonies of the big rally which will eclipse any similar event of its kind in the state. Federated clubs to feet. A convention of the Federated clubs of five Mississippi counties will be held in this City monday. March 21, the exercises taking Placo in the convention Hall of the great Southern hotel. The exercise will be opened by mrs. J. H. Hardy president of the state federation. Crops not affected. The sudden drop in the temperature along the Mississippi coast has according to reports received from reliable truckers who Are in a measure glad that the cold a Nap was the Means of preventing contemplated planting by Many of the growers who were forced to abandon their work. One of the largest growers at Long Beach f. H. Adams states that the drop in the past Twenty four hours did not even cause frail Tomato plants of which there Are Many thousands to Wilt. Finals foe White House cup. For the White House trophy cup finals were played today on the links of the Mississippi coast country club. In the first round for Semi find is of 8. Puse Havana Cuba Defeated Page m. Patterson Memphis two up and one. F. E. Rabo ook. Of Watertown n. T. Defeated j. A Somphon Gulfport three and two. In the finals f. 8. Pusey of Havana Cuba Defeated f. E. Babcock four and three. Depot robberies Hartos Rohmer convicted of stealing horse freed by a a Lianas a a 11 Gwit Ifft diff Ali Jackson has snowfall steady fall of thirty minutes but no damage to crops results. Evergreen factory employs More men for Rush Plant Thom Plains Winner of oratorical contest a it a a l to the Beo Ibok Grove Hill. Ala., March 20. The Clarke county oratorical association held its annual contest at Grove Hill Friday night. Two representatives from the Clarke county High school. The first District agricultural school participated in the contest. The speakers and the subjects of their orations were As follows county High school. Or. Plant Thompkins a the Prince of peace a or. Joe Pugh a your Jackson agriculture school or. Seale Calhoun a a Belshazzar a downfall a or Sant Barnes. A problems that confront our people a Thomasville High school. Or. Byrd Doyle a National or. Allen Miller. A the attitude of America towards the european War a two prizes were offered one a Gold medal for supremacy in oratory and the other a ten Dollar Gold piece. The judges rendered their decisions in favor of or. Plant Thomp kens of the county High school. Hold a athletic meet on Grove Hill school Field a a Ocial to my Imam Rem Evergreen Ala. March 2d.�? a local Box and crate factory which employs about 75 men is putting on an additional Force of factory workers to meet the Sharp and rising demand for shipping crates and boxes. An Avalanche of orders from the surrounding territory has come in with the Advent of the truck shipping season. Luther Jackson head of the concern says that repair have just been completed which will bring the Plant up to a capacity turn out. A now folding crate with sliding doors which they have recently commenced to manufacture is popular. Organ recital. Henry b. Vincent head of the Organ department of the new York chatau iia conducted an Organ recital before a Large audience tonight in the methodist Church. It was under the auspices and for the Benefit of the women a missionary society. Field Day exercises for Forrest county schools a facial to the arc to Grove Hill March 20.�?an athletic meet Between the Clarke county High school and the Thomasville High school was held on the Campus of the High school Friday afternoon. The following were the events participated in with the winners High jump tie 110 Yard dash Thomasville Broad jump c. C. H. S. 440 Yard dash c. C. H. High hurdles c. C. H. S. Relay lace c. C. H. S. Brick throw c. C. H. 8. A Basket Ball game Between the county High school girls and the Thomasville High school girls was won by the county High school. Sec Al to rum Moi it Hattiesburg mias., March 20. Field Day exercises for the Rural schools of Forrest county were held at Brooklyn yesterday congressman Harrison was the speaker for the Day and after his address along educational lines the Field Day contests were had the following were awarded medals Lola Vanderford Leaf River school a bar pin for spelling e. T. Tracy declamation Leta Herod expression Forrest Mcgeehee music the three latter winning Gold medals 100 Yard dash first class Houston Gibson of Helena 200 Yard dash Maurice wih Liams Morriston school one half mile dash Houston Gibson 12 Pound shot put Robert Garner pole vault Man Rice Williams r h. Jump Maurice Williams r. B. Jump Maurice Williams. The Register Bureau. Jackson. Miss., March 20. Charles Rohmer the Young Man who was. Sent to the from Clarke county last september when he was convicted of stealing a horse and Given a term of one year has been pardoned by governor Brewer at the Earnest solicitations and tearful appeals of a very Young wife. Both Rohmer and his wife told the governor As they did the court at the time of the trial of the Young Man that the prisoner when., thrown out of work at the Cotton Mills at Stonewall a borrowed Quot a horse to take a journey to Mobile As he had no funds and that he intended to return Tho horse to the owner. He was captured. However while on the journey and convicted on a charge of horse stealing the Pardon was granted by the chief executive on the condition that. Rohmer observe All. The Laws of the St pc in the future. Jackson has snowstorm. Unknown to 99 per cent of the population Jackson had a snowstorm last night. There was. Amp steady fall of the Fleecy flakes for nearly thirty minutes shortly before the Midnight hour. A heavy rain followed washing away the Snow and the new Day dawned partly Clear. There was. Also fall of sleet. The snowfall was quite heavy to the South of Jackson especially along the ship Island Railroad amounting to More than an Inch in a Orne place. The storm was followed by rising temperature and caused no damage to vegetation. Important really Sale. Today an important realty Deal was closed whereby i. P. Q. Cameron of Canton acquires a portion of the Donne property on Capitol Street. The lot is 50 feet front on Capitol Street and the Purchase Price was $10,000 Cash. Or. Cameron states that be will erect a modern two Story business building on the site. Work will to started within the next few Days the plans having already been drawn y. M. C. A. Meeting april 10. A change has been made in Tho Date for the state meeting of the y. M. C. A., and the gathering will be held at the y. M. A. A. Building in this City on april 10 and ii or. Blake w. Godfrey state Secretary of the organization was in the City yesterday perfecting arrangements with the local committee. A Large attendance from All parts of the state is expected and the program will be of unusual interest. A Bishop Bratton to visit. Bishop Theo. Bratton of the episcopal diocese of Mississippi will pay his annual visit to the St. Andrew s Parish sunday morning at it of clock after Bishop Bratton a Sermon _ Large class will be presented Tor confirmation. Bishop Bratton leaves Mon. Day for Louisville by. To attend an important Church gathering. Verdict of $6,000. A verdict for $6,000 for the plan Tiffe was returned by the jury in the circuit court this afternoon in the Case of mrs. Pete Tribble against the Jackson Light and traction company. Mrs. Tribbles sued for $25,000 for the death of her Little daughter Evelyn aged 7 years who was run Over and killed by an electric car on norths state Street several months ago. The Little one was on her Way Home from school. Some fonts for stomach and liver sufferers done to Lake Medicine for your stomach Alimenta morning noon and night a usually such medicines Only give temporary Relief and simply digest the food that happens to be in the stomach. Done to permit a surgical operation. There is always serious danger to of a rations and in Many cases of Stom Ach. Liver and intestinal ailments the knife eap be avoided if the right remedy is taken in time. Done to go around with a foul smelling breath caused by a dus ordered stomach and liver to the discomfort of those you come in Contact with. If Yop Are a stomach sufferer done to think you can not be helped probably worse cases than yours have been permanently restored by Mayr s wonderful remedy. Most stomach ailments Are mainly caused by a Cata Rhu condition. Mayr s wonderful remedy not Only removes the catarrhal mucus but allays the chronic inflammation and assists in rendering the entire alimentary and intestinal tract Antiseptic and. This is the secret of its marvelous Success. Done to suffer constant pain and agony and allow your stomach ailments to physically undermine your health. No matter How severe your Case May be or How Long you have suffered on dose of Mayra a wonderful remedy should convince you that you can be restored to health again. Mayra a wonderful remedy has been taken and is highly recommended by members of Congress Justice of the supreme court educator lawyer merchants Bankers. Doctors druggists nurses manufacturers priest minister banners and people in All walks of life. A amp and for free valuable Booklet on stomach ailments to Geo. H. Mayr 154-156 Whiting St., Chicago. If Mayra a wonderful remedy in sold by leading druggists everywhere with the positive understanding that your Money will be refunded without question or quibble if one bottle fails to give you absolute satisfaction. Hattiesburg sends Cotton to . For shipment special to mme Pam rom Hattiesburg miss., March 20 a train Load of Cotton left Here today for new Orleans. The shipment consisted of 600 Bales which was grown in Jeff Davis county and sold to a local broker by j. H. Williams amp sons of Prentiss. Saits for $20.000. Suits aggregating $20,000 were today filed against the Louisiana gravel and Sand company by Frank a Young former employee of the com Pany who alleges that during last August he was permanently injured on two separate occasions while at work for the company and that negligence on the part of his employers was the cause of his troubles. Snow general in Southern states l. Amp n. At Pensacola has been Meridian tote three inches and robbed of Over thousand dollars in Good the Register Bureau Pensacola Fla. March 20. Systematic robberies covering a period of several years and reaching Large proportion in which goods of All character were taken from the freight depot of Tho Louisville and Nashville Railroad wore unearthed during last night and today by police officers and special agents of the railway company. Goods recovered thus far have a valuation of Over $1,500. Two negro truckers Zeb Rudolph and Sterling Dean have been arrested and loth Havo confessed to their Purt in the theft but have thus far refused to implicate others who Are known to have been engaged especially the Drivers of wagons who hauled Tho goods away. The negroes said they started stealing As far Back As 1906 and have kept at. It at their Homes were found cases or flee shoes Bolt after Bolt of various kinds of cloth immense quantities or silk ladies Tine ready to Wear suits silk Hose thata millinery of various descriptions wines and liquors flour by the barrel Rice meal Candle Harned baby carriages shotguns rifles cartridges cigars and Ninny other articles All in Large quantities. Over one Hundred boxes of cigars most of them of the 10 and 15 cent kind were recovered. Open naval slump Market. A an open naval a Torea Market and its relation to the other business con Cerns of was the subject discussed today by the greater pen a Acola club at its usual weekly luncheon. President Barrow presided and president c. E. Dobson of the chamber of Commerce acted As toastmaster. R. F. Mitchell was the principal speaker. He spoke from the View Point of the Factor major Cooney spoke for the buyers and c. B. Townsend for the brokers. All three stated emphatically that an open Market at Pensacola would lift the naval stores and business concerns As no. Other movement and declared the future of the naval stores Industry along the entire Gulf coast depended upon the Success of the movement. A striking statement was that since december Pensacola had marketed Over 50,000 barrels of Rosin but Tho sales had been based on Savannah a transactions of less than 5,000 barrels. This was due to Pensacola being what the naval stores men refer to As Quot a closed port or. Slut is speaker. Or. Anna Howard Shaw the renowned president of the equal suffrage is ague of the United states addressed a Large audience at Hus opera House Here tonight. She declared that the reception she had received was most i easing. On i he stage were seated Many prominent Pensacola equal suffrage league while in the audience wore not Only women of prominence but Many business men and others of All walks or life. Selma has fall crop dam age is negligible. Fair weather is ahead fell Here last night to the depth of two inches something remarkable for the last Days of March the one of last year having fallen in the Early Days of february. Many fruit Trees were in Bud and Bloom and old citizens say that they were ruined. Americans beat Savannah. Savannah. A. March 20.�?the new York americans Defeated the Savannah South Atlantic league. 14 to i. Here today. Several new York players assisted the locals. Death of a a a Kcal Romm atm drum Cottondale Fia Walton 7-year-old son of mrs. G c. Mckee died Here Day after a Short illness. The child was taken Iii Day night and thursday a was called to attend him but he regained consciousness and thursday. Toe child and family numerous relatives and friends in Section who will regret to 1� the death. Snow also reported from Northern and Western Alabama Points Little crop damage. Washington March 21.�?frost warnings have been tossed for the Gulf states including Northern and Central Florida a the weather Bureau announced tonight in us general forecast. Temperatures Iti the South it was stated were from 10 to 20 degrees below the seasonal average. Snow fell last night and today at Points h8 far South As Meridian miss and Selma. Ala., but it was said crop damage would be negligible. The Snow quickly melted. Snow was forecast sunday night or monday in Oklahoma with rain or Snow in Arkansas and Northern Texas. Generally fair weather was forecast in other Southern a tapas sunday to continue monday in All but it fans Heppt and Louisiana. Three inches of Snow. Meridian Misa. March 26.�? three inches of Snow fell in this Section last night. It melted within a Short time and it 1� not believed that crops were damaged to any great extent. A in of in North Alabama. Montgomery. Ala March 20.-a Light Snow fell throughout North and West Alabama today two inches being reported at Greenville and Selma. The Snow melted rapidly and utile crop damage is expected. Inch at Hattiesburg Maui Romm Emma ram Hattiesburg Misa March 20.-Snow fell for eighty minutes Here be tween three and five of clock this morning covering the ground on Inch deep. It soon melted and no harm was done. Indications Point to a heavy Frost tonight., smudge pois and stump burning win be resorted to in an Effort to protect fruit Trees. Fear for fruits. Imich to rum Mew rom Waynesboro miss., March 30. A Light Snow fell Here of Friday night and a hard freeze is looked for to , which no doubt will do constr Erabio damage to peaches and other fruit crops. Also at Rte ton. Special Romr wifi a Richton miss. March 20. fell in Rte ton this morning before Day but melted away about As soon As it fell. It the unit to have fallen off and on for several Honra. Much fear is expressed for the fruit crop but m it has turned much warmer same will probably be saved. Two Luches at. Quitman. I Cut Roth Mem Mumm Quitman miss., Mure 20, Driver resigns place As Ole miss coach if to a to my memo Imrem University. Miss. March 20.-w. L Driver who for the past year and a half has been coaching the athletic forces of the University of Mississippi turned in his resignation to Chancellor Powers two or three Days ago it became known today. Or. Driver verified the Rumor that had been started by saying that he would leave Ole miss on april 1, to accept a position As purchasing agent of a mine in Nevada. Files suit for loss of houses by fire Romm met Harmm Hattiesburg miss., March 20 j. T. T. Brown an aged citizen of this Community today filed suit a Gal. The City for $3,500 alleged to be d him for loss of tenant Bouse by Trif it seems at the time of the fire in which the five buildings were destroyed the water Mains of Tho Otty were empty and before the firemen could get water connection the building were destroyed. Girls clean and beautify hair no dandruff�?25 cent Zanderine Stop washing hair. Try this makes hair Glossy soft and abundant. Surely try a Quot Zanderine Hait Cleanser if you wish to immediately double the Beauty of your hair. Just moisten a cloth with Zanderine and draw it carefully through your hair taking one Smalt strand at a time this will cleanse the hair of dist dirt or any excessive Oil in a few minutes you will be amazed. Your hair will be Wavy Fluffy and abundant and possess an incomparable softness Lustre and Luxuriance. Besides beautifying the bait one application of Zanderine dissolves every particle of Dandruff invigorates the Scalp stopping itching and fall in hair. Zanderine is to the hair what fresh showers of rain and Sunshine Are to vegetation. It goes right to the roots invigorates and strengthens them. It exhilarating stimulating and life producing properties cause the hair to grow Long Strong and Beautiful. You Cun surely have pretty soft Lustrous hair and lots of it if you will just get u 25 cent bottle of Knowlton s Zanderine from any drug store or toilet counter and try it As directed. Florida men held for alleged p. O. Robbery Chelsea mass., March Jib a two men thought to be Frank Weil for Raer postmaster of Wade Fla., and Claude de Rosa of Newbury Fla w0f a arrested Here tonight As fugitives from Justice. The police say i Rosa has admitted that they Are the men wanted by Post office inspectors for the alleged larceny of $7.660. It was. Charged the police say that various sums of Money were obtained fraudulently through Post Offlee Money orders which Weil sent to i Rosa who cashed them. Marriage licenses. Waynesboro miss., March 20. was issued today for the marriage of John j. May and miss Emma e. Mclwain daughter of or. And mrs. F. R. Mcllwain of Denham miss., the wedding to take place at the Home of the Bride to be on sunday at 7 30 p. M. License also was issued to Peter Earley Spinks of Shubuta and miss Mary Beth Carter daughter of or. And mrs. Jesse m. Carter of Euetta miss. Friday March 269 named As educational rally Day spec Al to my Quitman mi�., March 20.�? j. R. Brock superintendent of education of this county has set Friday March 26th As a educational rally Day a on which occasion Quot All pupils of the Public schools who won distinction in the recent District contests will be allowed to compete. It is expected that a record breaking crowd will be present. Rushton 18 Winner. Inc a. To my we re University Ala., March 26.�? Wyatt Rushton of Montgomery has been awarded the Phelps Stokes scholarship for research work concerning the condition of negro labor of Alabama according to or. Togo Bidgood. Head. Of Tho department of economics. Finds a cure for pellagra a skin eruptions gone doctors now convinced mrs. Vaughn is entirely Well. Mrs. To. H. Vaughn Millville ark., writes a there is nothing i Ever could do but what 1 can do it now. There la no sign of Akin eruption. One of our local Doctora told me that my cure was one of the grandest things that Ever happened not Only for me but for the whole Community to let them know that there is a cure for pellagra. A mail the doctors that waited on me Are convinced that your remedy is real if Quot it Quot there a the True word from a cured patient. If you have pellagra or know of anyone who suffers from pellagra it is your duty to consult the resourceful Baugn. Who a fought and conquered the deadly malady right in Tjie heart of the pellagra Belt in Alabama. The symptoms hands red like a Rabara skin peeling off sore Mouth the lips threat and Tongue a flaming red. With much mucus and choking indigestion and nausea either diarrhoea Ore a i a lion there in Hope. Get Baugh a a big free Hook on pellagra and learn about the remedy for pellagra that has at last but to found. Andreae american compounding company Box 260�. Jasper Ala remembering Money is refunded in any ease Wiere the remedy fall to cure. Advert a meat. Fortified tires Span the Way from trouble Goodyear tires have bridged the Way for count lots men to Lesa trouble and tax. And those men by their endorsement brought our last years output up to l,479,883 tires. Why do you suppose that Goodyear bold top place you who my Giber tires they have held that place for year outselling any other. The Only reason As you must know is that Goodyear average Best and that s Bow they Are hound to win you. The super tire they Are not trouble proof. Mishaps come to them misuse affects them much like other tires. But Goodyear Are fortified tired. They protect you in five ways employed by no other maker. They combat five major trouble in unique ways exclusive to fortified tires. These five extra features Cost us Fortune one alone a our a on air a cure costs us1460,000 yearly. But they save Goodyear users millions of dollars yearly. They avoid countless troubles for them. Lower Price on february 1st we made another big reduction. Test makes three in two years totalling 45 per cent we Are giving you through Mammoth production the Best tire value Ever known. Please prove this Lor your own Sake by the tire itself. The following goodyear1 service stations will Supply Veu year _ . Otho fortified tires Goodyear service stations tires in Stock Mobile Auto company Confidence is created by conservative methods we Welcome the closest and most intimate business relations with our customers and an Opportunity to give advice on investments or other matters of credit is appreciated. The Peoples Bank capital $150,000 surplus 650,000 f by 1 i 1 we we 1 i i Mem 1 i f Mem 1 i f 5 a a a i a Ireijo i. A i a Fri if a a a who is who at the Gulf coast Home products show a directory of some of the live wire exhibitors see the new 1915 Model Ford on exhibit at. The fair showing streamline body. Also the famous Kelly Springfield tires. Adams machinery and mfg. Co. An instructive display upstairs at the Gulf Cut u o m e p r o i u c t s show is the exit it Norman engraving showing that High class 1 i n f i is kinds can la a made in gripping Brothers Trees see our other and elsewhere in this paper spineless Cactus at the Gulf coast Home products show one of the moot interesting and instructive displays. The most profitable forage crop for cattle hogs and poultry amp rican spineless Cactus. Inc. Mobile Ala. Visit the exhibit of the Mobile chair company Lou will be surprised to see what Good comfortable substantial chairs Are made in Mobile. Ask your dealer about Quot made in mobiles Cha ibs. See our Booth showing the Gould pumps Almo gasoline engines and planet jr., implements. Mcgowin Lyons hardware co. An attractive feature at the exhibit to the Mode tin Bungalow painted a Ltd mobility weatherproof Coldwater paint for inside and outside use. This attractive exhibit is on the second floor. Be sure to see it. Mobile paint and chemical co. Mobile ale. Made in Mobile damask sheeting towels diaper cloths you will be interested to know that in Mobile Are such a sub to until Quality of the above. Visit our exhibit. R4iikkh Cotton Mills Mobile Ala. You Are invited to inspect the exhibit of the Gulf Shingle manufacturing company at the Golf coast Home products show. Remember Oor Cypres slug los give More satisfaction for less Money. A a my a dig them Todji you Plant them tomorrow Irvington nurseries a. H. Daves proprietor. Pm growers of High Grade Citrus fruits and Nursery Stock. Oldest Nursery and largest bearing Orchard in this part of the state. A visit to the Golf coast coast Home products show is not Complete unless you visit the Irvington Nick aerie certainty Promise you delivery and a certain Grade you Are a a Chr company certainly �0in5 to set it when it la promised. That should listen pretty Good to say a no that is going is use lumber

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