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THE WILMINGTON DISPATCH,; FRIDAY,; JUNE A A; i98: ,
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Lieago 0, Boston 6.
Pbicaf. m Philadelphia 2.
cf TjOUis 2, Washington 0.
feveland 3, Now York 2 (10. In-
.hiladelpnia 8, St. Louis 8 (19 In-
Klt'on 2, Pittsburgh 1.
gSSW 6, Cincinnati 0.
1 York 4, Chicago 8.
ttcfcnond 5, Norfolk 2.
Newport News 4, Petersburg 1.
cnuthern Association. .
Birmingham 15, Nashville 0.
7,-mih 3. Memphis 1.
W Orleans 0, Little Rock 3.
Atlanta 4, Chattanooga L
L.i-j 9 Kansas City 0.
Vilumbus 6, Minneapolis 12.
ft" . ... 4 CI- T mils O
... A TJ-ifFnlrt 3
Veark-Syracuse, cold weather,
jersey City-Rochester, wet grounds.
WHERE THEY PLAY TODAY.
Washington at Chicago.
Boston at St. Louis,
jjew vork at Detroit.
Philadelphia at Cleveland.
STANDING OF THE CLUBS.
rinva won. uosi. rex.
ew York .t5i
eveland 8 . -&d!S
e a t"r
Louis Zi .
kadelphia .13 28 .404
Utroit '.--16 26 .381
Clubs Won. Lost. Pet.
VIA M tak
fiicago a-s . '.ii
eTYork 30 15 .667
lncinnati 23 2A. 1489
bton 22 25 .468
ttsburgh 19 25 .432
Louis 18 25 .419
Madelphia ........18 25 .419
ocklyn 18 28 .391
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Iimous Atlantic riotel
(Special to The Dispatch.)
Xew Bern, June 14. Local commit-
Etswho will have in charge the cam-
laign to be waged in New Bern June
-rd to 28th in the interest of the W.
S, are making final arrangements
r tie big drive which they intend to
is during that period ana they are
:5cipating that this will result in a
There will be 50 or more workers
in New Bern and as many
ffe at other points in the county,
pd a thorough canvass will be made
Every man and woman and many
me children will be asked to buy
ar savings stamps in as large quan-
es as possible and to sign up cards
As a result of the decision of the
me raisers in Craven county not
allow their young pigs to be slaugh:
barbecue purposes, this
My will produce during the present
r more pork, it is believed, than
in the history of the county.
WKPrnTriPnt tioron c tttVi r o in
afge of the dipping of the cattle in
pven county state that they are
eiine with a great deal less oppo-
m now than hay been the case
months and that th
fWly ahead with the dipping and
J making- progress.
a few sections thf r'attl crow-
are averse to havins: their cattle
PPed and two or three of these are
to apear bzefore a lnr.al maeis-
te this week.
a whole the work is going on
jje famous Atlantic hotel at. More
aa City will be thrown open for the
Season nn TlPlt Ratnrilar anil tho
-nt is being looked forward to with
"anticipation by the people in
stem North Carolina.
: "e Atlantic hotel, while not one of
I m0St modern nt thn moot hnofnl.
. is one of the oldest in the state.
InJi,years its name has been a
ne building and the grounds are
" owner! hir xt
company and for the past
R p V place bas been managed
Rain .ln charge this year.
I pIace has been overhauled and
to? excelltnt condition - and the
- BVtmest is anticipating a gratify
iaths age drulnS the summer
osier, of Asheville, and who
No u. .
ch in xn a Hea,t"y Chi,d
Kr T !n doubled with worms
5S Boa vuxui, wmuu 1I1U1-
morV , od' and as a 11116 e16
toVE'? Vess stomach disturbance.
hair 01JSiL,ia!3S c1"1 TONIC
P enS. ly'fo1" two or threeweeks
r.nch the in, xv ji
act as a general strength
en the whole system. Jfa
H,"! n?n row off or dispel -the
Pth tT, c "ua win do in penect
p6.-Ady tae. ouc per
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. The first picture in , which Bessie
Love figures as a Patha star will be
"The Great Adventure," a Pathe play
to be shown at the Grand theatre -tomorrow:"
"The Great Adventure" is
adapted from Henry Kitchell Web
ster's well known book, "The Painted
Scene." In it Miss Love gives a
charming characterization in the kind
of part in which she excels, that of a
lovable young girl who by her inno
cence and sweetness dispenses sun
shine upon 'those about her and Is an
influence for good.
In the cast are such well known
players as Chester Rarnett, ' Donald
Hall, Flora Finch, Florence Short,
Walter Craven and Jack Dunn. Sev
eral of these players have appeared
in Pathe pictures . before. Chester
Barnett only recently played ' leading
man to Gladys Hulette in "Over the
Hill-;" Miss Finch was in the Gladys
Hulette picture, "Prudence, the Pi
rate," and Mr. Dunn had a prominent
part in the very successful Pearl
White serial, "The Iron Claw."
The story is that of a little country
girl who comes to the city believing
that she has exceptional talent as an
actress. Her aunt, though her finan
cial resources are limited, is also con
fident of the girl's success and has
offered to finance her attempt.
The attempt to get a position be
fore the footlights proves to have been
born of a mistaken optimism and soon
the aunt Is at an end of her resources.
So Regna, in her desperation adopts
a strenuous and novel method to get a
Job. Her method proves to be suc
cessful and soon she adorns the cho
rus of a musical comedy, where she
sneedilVv becomes . Tjorjular and Is
known as "I&gs." And as luck would
nave it, "Kags" gets an opportunity
to play the lead and at the first per
formance "steals the show." A strong
love interest is interwoven in the
The New York Evening Sun said
the following of Vitagraph's film spec
tacle, "Within the Law," coming to
the Grand Monday and Tuesday, with
Alice Joyce and Harry Morey:
"The stage success of Bayard Veil
ler's 'Within the Law Is likely to be
duplicated by an extended run In mo
tion picture houses. The gripping
melodrama of ?law and love has been
placed on the screen with a forceful
effectiveness that bespeaks high suc
cess for the film version. The play has
been produced by the Greater Vita
graph and was presented yesterday at
the Broadway theatre.
.''Alice Joyce has the tense role of
Mary Turner and she portrays the
part of the oppressed shop girl and
vengeful jailbird with a vividness that
stamps her. a '. worthy successor to
Jane Cowl and Helen Ware, two' not
able stags stars who played the part.
"The most effective acting is that of
Harry Morey, who presents a master
ful picture of Joe Garson, , the kind
hearted criminal who in a gripping
final scene condemnjdinself Jhat the
stigma ot suspicion'may 6" erembved
from Mary Turner and the husband
she had married in her scheme of
"Eugene O'Rourke's portrayal of In
spector Burke, the 'framer,' is studied
and capable acting of the kind that
draws hisses for the character depict
ed but applause for the actor who
Helen Gibson, dare-,devil of the
movies, 'presents "A Race for the
Drawbridge," on the Lumina screen
tonight, a 'railroad thriller that has
never been equalled for punch. "The
Man With the L.imp," is a very inter
esting detective drama, starring
George Larkin, and "Pals," a .Billy
Ruge comedy, makes tonight s bill the
biggest yet presented, with three all
star features on tan. Each picture
lasts only twelve minutes, so that one
ean see a complete production without
losing much time from the dancing
Ohio G. O. P. Conference.
Columbus. Ohio. June 14. The sit
uation with regards- to the republican
campaign in 0hio this year is expect
ed to be considerably clerined wnen
the members of the state and county
committees, together with other party
leaders, come together here tomorrow
for a eeneral conference. While the
announced purpose of the conference
is to consider the general ouuook ana
discuss preliminary plans for the cam
paign, it is expected there will be
more or less informal discussion
among the party leaders as to the
make-ui of the state ticket. Much
interest is manifested as to the pos
sible bearing that the conference may
have on the contest for the guberna
torial nomination batweefc former
Governor Frank B. Willis and former
State Chairman Edwin 'ones. The
Willis faction has already served no
tice that the conference must keep
its hands off and not attempt anything
in the way of framing a state tiket for
submisison to the voters in the primaries.
Food Conservation Show In Gotham.
Ne.w York, June 14. How to help
win the war by making one chunk of
butter do the work of two, by making
fresh-grown vegetables the principal
article of diet during the coming sum
mer, and by using substitutes for
meats, wheat flour and iPats wherever
possible, is to be shown the public at
the food conservation show, which
opened inthe Grand Central Palace
here today for a week's engagement.
In addition to an elaborate display of
exhibits there will' be dally lectures
and demonstrations in cooking by
noted food and culinary experts. The
National League for Women's Service
is the sponsor for the show. ;
Racing Begins at Latonia.
Cincinnati, O., June 14. The scene
of interest for Kentucky race follow
pra was shifted today to Latonfa,
where the spring meeting of the La
tonia Jockey club was openea .unaer
most favorable conditions. The pro
gram for the opening day -vas feat-,
ured by the Inaugural handicap.
Large Number of Bottling
Works and Candy Mak
ers Are Stopped
, - s
Raleigh, June 14. Quite a number
of .bottling works and candy manufac
turers and a much larger number of
soda fountains and soft drink stands
nave been temporarily put out of busi
ness by the food administration be
cause they had used more than the
80 per cent allotment of sugar to
which they were entitled. Most of
tnese will be allowed to begin oper
ations again July 1, although a num
ber will be closed for a longer period.
Probably the most notable Instance
of a sugar user going out of business
temporarily Is that of the Carolina
Beverage company of Salishnrv. a
large corporation which had recently
very greatly extended its capacity.
This concern used durine Mav nearlv
75,000 pounds of sugar, having so far
exceeded its allotment that the food
administration directed the sale and
re-distribution of all .sugar and hand,
amounting to more than a carload, and
ordered the plant closed. There is
little likelihood- that the nlant. win
be allowed to operate again during
tne present year.
Hundreds of soda fountains, small
candy makers and other commercial
users of sugar have failed to get in
their sworn statements o tMe quan
tity of sugar they have heretofore
used to the sugar division of the food
administration within the time speci
fied and will not be granted any al
lowance of sugar for the balance of
this year. Any dealers who sell sugar
to these concerns will be promptly
put out of business by the food ad
ministration which will shortly have
an effective check on all sales of
sugar In the state.
MUSICAL COMEDY COMPANY
In Miniature Musical Comedy.
Matinee Daily, 25c-20c
Nights, 20c 30c
A Story of the Stage With
the Glamor of the FootJighta.
IT'S A PATHE PLAY!
Every Night Except Sunday
"A Race for the
A Helen Gibson Railroad
Billy Ruge Is At It Again!
The Man With a Limp
Grant Police Reporter Series.
A Stirring Mystery Drama.
Claude Elam's Orchestra
ENABLES YOU TO Rip
YO UPS ELF Of STOMACH.
SOLD MD ENDORSED BY H
ALL GOOD DRUG STOQESYi
PRINTING IS AN ART
Printing denotes character.
Your letter head should express individuality,
Your business card be a barometer of your stability.
When printing of this character is needed go no
further, but phone 886.
WILMINGTON PRINTING COMP'Y.
"Masters in the Delectable Art of Printing"
There is comfort
and style in every
Big lot just received.
PETERSON & RULFS
Wilmington's Largest and Best Shoe Store
NOTE: This is the fourth of a series of statements made
by Block Clothing Company, Philadelphia. The fifth will
appear at an early date. You should read them thoughtfully.
THIS season our advertising turns to Quality, be
cause adulterated fabrics are more plentiful than
ever. Economy is the thought of the day, and there is
no economy in buying clothes made of poor materials.
BLOCH CLOTHES offer you Certainty cloths are
what they are called. Spinning, weaving, dyeing
have been carefully watched and when you choose
from BLOCH CLOTHES you take no chancel
THE BLOCH LABEL
is your guarantee of excellence and elegance
representing fibre and color that portray the high
est standard. Tailoring to match.
Make comparisons. Then you'll know how thoroughly
BLOCH CLOTHES sustain the claims made for them.
BLOCH CLOTHING COMPANY
I. SHRIER & SONS
S. E. Comer Front and Princess Sts.
MAKE YOUR SELECTION AND PHONE US.
Nadine Face Powder
Velvetina Face Powder
Djer-Kiss Face Powder
Fruman Face Powder
Swan Down Face Powder
LaBlanche t Face Powder
Sanatol Face Powder
Mavis Face Powder ,
Azurea Face Powder
Carmen JFace Powder
Dagett & Ramdale Face Powder
R. & G. Face Powder
Melba Face Powder
Our Soda Fount Menu Is
PAYNE DRUG CO.
5 th and Red Cross Streets.
(Asheville, N. C.)
June 1 1 July 26
June 13 August 23
June 1 4 July 26
FOR INFORMATION WRITE
The University of North Carolina
CHAPEL HILL, N. C
Can't sleep! Can't eat! Can't even digestNwhat little you do eat!
One or two d6tes
Army & navy
will make you feel ten years younger. Best
'known remedy for Constipation,. Squr.Stomach
25 cents' package at all Druggists, or
sent to any address postpaid, by the
U, S. ARMY & NAVY TABLET CO. 260 West BroadwayrN.Yi
Express Arrival of
New Summer Underwear
Yesterday's express brought us some extra special values-In Ladies
Nainsook and Silk Summer Underwear.
Hand-embroidered Nainsook Gowns... i ..$1.50, $1.98 and $2.50
Pink and White Silk Gowns...... $2.98, $3.50, $3.98
Pink and White Envelope Chemise in Silk and Nainsook 1.50 and $2.50
White Nainsook Corset Covers...... ..69c and 75c
Hand-embroidered Silk Corset Covers ........... . .... $1.25
Extra quality pants at w. ,.v.76c to $7.50
These are really worth-while values that you should investigate.
New lot of Slip-on Sweaters and Silk Sweater Coats.
Sleeveless Slip-on Sweaters in a full line of colors $3 $5, $5.75
31ip-on Sweaters, with sleeves. . -... $6.00
Fiber Silk Sweaters, in all of the new summer -colors. .$4.98 to $7.50
J. H. REHDER & Co,
The Popular Uptown Department Store
. HOTEL .'.
I WRIGHTSVILLE BEACH"
Write For Reservation
Famous Seafood Dinners
Supper 6:30 P. M. to 8:40 P.,M.
FIRST STOP OH THfe BEACH
EAT BESIDE THE SEA
THE HOTEL OF SERVICE AND COMFORT
C. E. HOOPER, Manhger
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