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THE WILMINGTON DISPATCH, THURSDAY, JUNE 13, 19U
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Acme, where they will spend several
"Uajd ntui.iivuuo a a w
An icecream social will be given at
the Advent Christian church tonight
by the women of the congregation. All
Misses Dorothy. Oldham and Nellie
TtnfirfAllnw are in Charlotte as guests
of Mr. and Mrs. B. H. StefihenS at the
New Central hotel.
Miss Marion- Dunn has gone to Ral
eigh, where she will spend several
days with Mrs. C. A. Dillon, on Mor
Mrs M. B. Schloss, of Baltimore, is
Visiting here with her sister, Mrs. Re
bacca Sternberger, at her beach cot
. Miss Estelle Wicker, of Magnolia,
who has been visiting friends here
and in Southport, returned to her
Mrs. Kate D. Woodcock left yester
day for a visit to relatives at Rocky
Point. Seh was accompanied by her
daughter, little Miss Louise.
Miss Mary C. Bennett has returned
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from xvaieign, wnere .sue spent Lea
days at the summer meeting of the
state home demonstration agents.
The Audubon demonstration ana
i- thrift club willmeet tomorrow after
noon at 4 o'clock with Mrs. Edward
Campbell and an members are urged
to attend. The program will be of a
na.trint.fa naturp and verv interesting.
The regular monthly business meet
ing of the Susannah Wesley Bible
nlom rt if tinHiet rVmrfh will
be held this evening at 8 o'colck at
the home of Mrs. W. K. Stewart, 708
v Orange street. -
A relic sale will be conducted in
.. Brooklyn Saturday afternoon in be
half of the milk station and anyone
having articles they are willing to give
are urged to send them to Mrs.
Thomas E. Cooper, 208 North Fourth
street or telephone 618 and they will
be sent for.
v . Mrs. George Grant, jrf South Wil
mington, succeeds Mrs. Annie P. Pret
low, resigned, as county home demon
stration agent for the summer and has
already entered upon her duties. The
fcew appointee has had wide experi-
i ence in canning and other food con
cervation work and is qualifed to fill
- the position in a capable manner.
TO WNES R UTL.AN D.
William Armistead Townes and
Miss Louise Rutland were married
yesterday evening at o ciock in at.
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Hsnckel Taylor, rector, in charge of
S John's church, officiating. The
caxwsaeay, beautiful in its simplicity,
. was pervOTmea unaer me weaaing Den
used at t& golden wedding of the
bride's grai- grandparents and under
which all tke brides in the family
have beep married. Dressed in white
with tulle veil and -ain the bride pre-.
- Bented a picture of loveliness. She
was attended by Miss May Ella Ran
kin and Miss Theodosia vantwell and
little Misses Louise DeR. Dick and
Elizabeth Parsley were flower girls.
Mrs. Armand DeR. Harriss, Mer of
the bride, was dame of honor. The
flowers were lilies. George B. El
liott, general counsel for the Atlau3c
Coast Line, was best man and William
M. Parsley and Dr. Quillen were ush-
- ers. The bride is the charming and
accomplished daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Walter Rutland and the groom
a native of Richmond. He has been
in the legal department at the Coast
Line for a number of years. Out-of-
, town guests included Mr. and Mrs. A.
D. Townes, Richmond; Mrs. Armand
DeR. Harriss, New York; Mrs. Hen
ry Parsley, Fayette ville; W. M. Pars
- ley, Spindale, N. C.
A goodly percentage of Lumina visi
tors last night adjourned to the east
verandas when the pictures were
shown. The service being presented
is Of an exceptionally high calibre and
the pictures are rapidly taking their
place as one of the chief Lumina at
tractions. A big story of the frozen north,
"The Law North of 65," is the season
able headliner on . the Lumina over-the-waves
screen tonight. "On the
Love Line," a Sparkler comedy starr
ing Billy Ruge, the noted legitimate
comedian, is another offering for this
Mrs. W. H. Schrbeder and a num
ber of friends, of Atlanta, are on the
beach; for several days, guests at the
Mrs. J. T. Martin, of Greensboro, is
a Seashore hotel guest. She expects
to be on the beach for several days.
Miss Virginia Bugg, of Chase City,
Va., is a beach visitor, a guest at the
Mrs. E. R. Landis, of Toledo, O.,
is a beach visitor, a guest at the Sea
shore. Miss Florence Davison, of Honolulu,
Hawaii, is on the beach for the sea
son, a guest at the Seashore.
Seashore . hote Iguests include
Thomas Tomer, Atlanta; C. J. Lawn,
Washington; R. B, Brien, Hamlet; W.
E. Spier, Sumter; R. K. Schuman,
Hamlet; F. J. VanLoaner, Green Bay,
Wis., and A. W. Gorchlon and John
The , Elam orchestra will be at the
Seashore hotel tomorrow at noon and
will render a grand concert, the
Oceanic being without music at mid
day. Director Elam assembled his ar
tists at the Oceanic Tuesday at noon
and the guests enjoyed the music immensely.
COL. TAYLOR ADDRESSES
INSURANCE MEN TODAY
Colonel Walker Taylor is in Char
lotte today attending the sessions of
the annual gathering of the state in
surance men and will deliver an ad
dress before this body this afternoon,
and H. F. Wilder is in Gastonia, meet
ing with the State B. & L. associa
tion. Both associations were in con
vention here last year.
Besides his brilliant work in the
field and at bat George Sisler, the star
of the Browns, is going at a fast clip
toward the base-stealing championship
of the American league.
One of the most successful of busi
ness women in England is Miss Ethel
M. Sayer, who, has just been elected
to the freedom of the city of ..London
in recognition of her ywar relief work.
Twenty-one years ago Misa; Sayer be
gan her business career as private sec
retary to the head of a large firm of
advertising contractors. In January
of last year she was made a director
of tho firm.
WE'VE HEARD ENOUGH OF
v THE MAN WITH THE HOE
He'd IwW tret a mn. f
ports to tbe National War Garden
Commission,, of Washington, show
tne women or this town are going to
produce some food this year.
BELK-WflXIAMS' FRIDAY and
With everything advancing in price it behoove the wise buyer to take advantage of our week-end specials every
week." We always have specials that will make you stop, look and loosen! It will pay you to get into the regular
habit of coming to Belk-Williams every Friday or Saturday certainly. This week you will find the numbers below
in the different departments. -
' Men's and Boys' Department
Roly-Poly Play Suits, just the
very thing for that Roly-Poly
young un, from 2 to 8 years.
Specially priced from 98c to $1.19
Men's Balbriggan Underwear,
worth 50c a garment today. Shirt
and drawers, special, 39c each.
Palm Beach Suits for this warm
weather; be comfortable in one at
the special price, $8.95 to $9.95.
Main Floor Right Aisle.
TOILET GOODS .
Pebeco Tooth Paste 45c
30c antiseptic Tooth Brushes 19c
1 0c size Buttermilk Toilet Soap,
3 cakes in box, per box, only 15c
Main Floor Between Front Doors
All wool slipover sleeveless
Sweaters,- genuine bargains for
$3.98, week-end price, $2.98
Ladies' Skirts, shirred on band,
with belt and two pretty pockets,
made of combination silk and cot
ton goods, worth $3.95. Special
Friday and Saturday price, $2.69
Children's and Misses Gingham,
Percale and White Lawn Dresses,
slightly soiled, dresses that sold
from 98c, $1 .25 and $1 .50. Week
end price, 79c
Dainty Shirtwaist, made of splen
did white voile in stripes and cross
bar, $1 .25 value, 98c
40c Turkish Towels, fancy pink
and blue plaid patterns, 28c
Tan needle weave Knitting Bags
made - up values 75c and 85c
Week-end price, 59c
Stamped all linen pieces, Table
Runners, Centers, Pillow Tops, $1
quality, for 50c, 75c for 35c and
50c for 25c
Second Floor Front
Second Floor Directly Opposite
Children's Trimmed Hats, in all
Colors and shapes, regular value
$1.95, reduced to $1.45.
Ladies" White Hemp Hats, in
sailor, poke, drooping or roll brim,
special value from $1.75 to $3.95,
in trimmed and untrimmed styles.
Second Floor Main what?
NOTIONS AND DRESS GOODS
200 English Longcloth, 12-yard
bolts, $3.00 value ...... .$2.19
25c 36-inch Fearless Bleach. . .19c
50c Ladies Lisle Hose, white and
29c and 35c Plain White Voile,
40 inches 23c
25c and 50c Ladies Collars,
slightly soiled 15c
Main Floor Left what?
Eighty thousand American women
are now employed in Industries sup
plying canned goods to the -war and
HOUSE DRESSES AND BUNGALOW APRONS
OF THE BETTER GRADE PUT ON SALE TODAY
Plaid Percale House Dresses, neatly trimmed and belted, well made; each .$2.25
Bungalow Aprons in Percale and Amoskeg Checks, new styles, each $2.25
New style House Dresses, light and dark patterns of fast color, in gingham or percales,
each. ...'.... r ' $2.25
Gingham Dresses for street wear, big range of styles, prettily tailored models, with neat
trimmings, in plain and plaited styles, each priced from . ..$6.50 to $9.50
Big display of Voile Dresses in white and figured styles; no two alike. These are priced
from ........... $7.50 to $15.00
MILLINERY DEPARTMENT This is the bargain
department in this store. If you need anything in the millin
ery line we can sell you for less money.
Our Mail Order Department is at your service. All
orders filled same day received. All unsatisfactory purchases
can be returned and money refunded.
J. W. H. FUCHS' DEPT. STORE
The Store For Bargains
28 TO 30 SOUTH FRONT STREET
A DAILY LESON IN HISTORY.
One Hundred Years Ago Today.
1 1818 The American printing press
first introduced in England by George
Clymer of Philadelphia.
Seventy-five Years Ago Today.
1863 Adolph Neuendorff, the sue-'
cessor of Theodore Thomas, conduc-'
tor of the Philharmonic society of
New York, born in Germany. Died in
New York, December 4, 1897.
Fifty Years Ago Today.
1868 Reverdy Johnson, of Mary
land, was appointed United States
minister to England.
Twenty-five Years Ago Today.
1893 General Alexander W. Camp
bell, noted Confederate soldier, died
at Jackson, Tenn. Born at Nashville,
Tenn., June 4, 1828.
OUR DAILY BIRTHDAY PARTY.
Rear Admiral Bradley A. Flske, TJ.
S. N., retired, born at Lyons, N. Y.,
64 years ago today.
Sir Ernest George, famous English
architect and painter, born in London,
79 years ago today.
Henry P. Davison, New York bank-
er, head of the war council of the
American Red Cross, born at Troy,
Pa., 31 years ago today.
: Dr. Samuel Plantz, for many years
president of Lawrence nolle ee. born at
Johnstown, N. Y 59 years ago today.'
Martin ICavanagh, outfielder of the
St. Louis National league baseball
team, born . at Harrison, N. X, 27
- years ago today.
. ONE YEAR AGO TODAY IN WAR.
June 13, 1917.. Paris enthusiastic
ally welcomed Major General Pershing
and staff. More than 100 lives lost in
a German aeroplane raid over London,
the fourth within three weeks.
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Phone 21 1-212
1 07 Princess Street
State f Nrth Carolina,
County of New Hanover,
In the Superior Court
NOTICE OF SERVICE OF SIMMONS
W. T. Justice
Wilmington Christo-Cola Bottling Worki.
The defendant above named win tsi
notice tkat an action entitled as above ha.
been commenced in the Superior Court nt
New .Hanover county to place the above
named defendant in th hands of a receive
on the ground of insolvancy, that j'
fairs may be wound up and the corporation
dissolved, and the said defendant win fn,
ther take notice that it is required to an
pear at the next term of the Superior Cou?t
of said county to be held on the 4th W
day in June, 1918, at the court house of mm
county in WUmington, N. C., and 2.S
or sdemur to the complaint filed in uJ
action, or the plaintiff will applv to th.
court for the relief demanded in the com
This 8th day of May. 1918.
W. N. HARBISS.
Clerk of the Supterior Court
5-7-oaw 4w wed "
?y.Vrtue of Pwer of sale con.
talned in a certain mortgaee deed mado h,
Lottie Dinkins, oX Wilmington, NP c t
JT,-M-' Cumming, bearing date 1st of Mav
1916, and duly registered on the records
or New Hanover county in book 80 at
page 824, the undersigned will sell at pub
lic auction to the highest bidder, for cash
on Tuesday, July 9th, 1918, at 12 o'clock'
m., the following described property in the
city of Wilmington, N. C. :
Beginning in the eastern line of Ninth
street at a point 69 feet north from Castlt
street and running thence north alone said
lllne 6f Ninth street 33 feet; thence east,
parallel with Castle street, 87 feet; thence
ituth, parallel with Ninth street, 33 feef
thence west, parallel with Castle street, 87
feet to the point of beginning in the east,
era line of Ninth street, the same being
part f It 5 in block 95, according to the
present eftcial plan of the said city of
Wilmington, N. C.
W. M. CUMMINS.
By Tirtne of the powers of sale contained
in a certain mortgage deed made by Lottie
Diakins, of Wilmington, N. C, to W. M.
Cnmaiiigs, bearing date March 12th, 1916,
and laly registered on the records of Kew
Hanover county in book SO, at page 146,
the undersigned will sell at public a notion
t the highest bidder, for cash, on Tuei
day, July tth, 1918, at 12 o'clock, m., the
Mowing described property in tne city
t Wilmington, N. C :
Beginning the eastern line of Ninth itreet
at a point 102 feet north from the northern
line f Castle street and running thence
along the said eastern line of Ninth street
rthwardly 80 feet; thence eastwardly,
parallel with Castle street, 87 feet; thence
southwardly, parallel with Ninth street, 30
feet; thence westwardly, parallel with
OaStle street. 87 feet to the beginning, th
same being the northwestern part of lot S
la hleck 95, accerding to the present offi
cial plan of the said city of Wilmington,
N. C. W. M. CUMMING.
By Ttrtue of the power of sale con
taiaed in a certain mortgage made by
8tacy Adams to the Wilmington Home
stead and Iioan Association and registered
in book 9S, page 389 of the records pi
New Hanover county, the undersigned wiU
ell, to the highest bidder, at public auc
tion, for cash, at the courthouse door in
the city of Wilmington, on Friday, the
12th day of July, 1918, at 12 o'clock m,
the follewing described property situate
in the city of Wilmington: .
That lot beginning! at the intersection of
the western l&e of Eighth street with the
northern line of Nixon street; runs thence
northwardly along the western line pi
Eighth street 60 feet; thence westwardly
and parallel with Nixon street 150 feet,
thence southwardly and parallel with
Eighth street 60 feet to the northern une
of Nixon street; thence eastwardly along
the northern line of Nixon street 150 feet
to the beginning, and being part of lot 5,
block 838, and the same as conveyed to
T. J. Quinlivan to S. A. Adams on the 0
of November, 1917, to which deed refer
ence Is made for a more particular de
scription, said deed being registered in
book 98, page 103. MO
This 11th day of June, 1918.
WILMINGTON HOMESTEAD AND
. By John D. Bellamy. Attorney.
By virtue and in pursuance of the power
of sale contained in a certain chattel mon
gage from J. H. Johnson and J. P. CreiW
duly recorded in the records of New Han
over -county, North Carolina, in
at page 383. tho undersigned mortgagee
wtuf 5n Friday, Juno 28th, 1918, at U
o'clock, m., at the courthouse door in u
city of Wilmington, N. C , offer for saw
by public auction, for cash, to the highest
bidder, the following personal property,
tT" steel Mullen rowboats, pant'dh?J
color, trimmed in blue; seven Mhw
towboats, painted lead color, trimmed a
blue; two Old Town canoes, manufaeturta
by tie Old Town Canoe Co., Maine, l jwj
long; painted dark green; one gasoUM
lauich, named Dixie, and also . all oar
oar locks and fixtures to said bj at s.
of which said property can now be sew
at Greenfield lake.
Dated this May 3b. lr nPMEN;
GREENFIELD PARK DEVELOPMW
COMMISSIONER'S SALE lor
By virtue of a decree of the
court, made on the 30th day of April w
in the case therein pendtog of Alice
kins and husband, John L"kmsWi
Thomas Harriss, John J. Forio?' W
Pearce, Thomas Pearce, Henry r
Pearce, . Pearce, Rebecca Bar'
Thelma Pearce, Clarence Pearce,
Edward Harriss, William A. u"0tai
Frances Harriss, Rflpb H"i' Harris".
Harrissj. Nicholas Harriss, Lola e5.
J. M. Woolard. Jessie T. Harpei ana j
fie Harper," tie undersigned jfor
the highest bidder at public nctl' clty
cash, at the ceurtWe door m we M
of Wilmington, on Thursday, the
of July, 1918, at 12 o'clock M., the w rf
ing described lot of land in aaid c m
Wilmington: Beginning at a poiny ,
northern line of Queen street 80 fen
from northeast intersection of u7flrdlf
Second streets; runs thence fa t
along the northern line of Qu nel
f eet thence rthwardly and pau
Becond street 66 feet; theBceweg .
and parallel with Queen street
thence southwardly d Parallel S jDd
end -street t feet to Srd
being part .of lot 6, block 74, acco
to tho official plan of the said ckj
This 10th day of Jane, 1918. T