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THE ASI3EVILLE CITIZEN, SATUED AT OCTOBER 13, 191T,
EASY TO SELL.,
We off or special in
ducements to those
having property list
? aaYa erne k n
a v v n ft vi wa tjui-
I Y ticipate veiling. It
I ; makes your ,
Selling Eut Se3in
CtSs- Secure one of our
Title Insurance Poli
J Bankers Trust & Title Insurance Co.
Canle H. Brewa, Free., Hugh taBarb. Vloe-Pra. S. M. Has, Iw-Tnu,
Geo. H. Wright TiUt Atty, Ruffnar Campbell, Aeat TIUeAtty.
A Big Shipment of
., THE :
According; to ths aat census, 1910,
the land area In crop ln,th United
State waa 111,000.000 acres, about I?
per cent of the tillable area, leaving
71 per cent, at 111 to be brought under
.cultivation. Thla show that we are
lar xrom in limit oi our resource.
(Hi foitowtiia; pre notices an
famished by Ue advaiioe agents of
the attraction to whloo they refer
and do not necessarily reflect tbu
view me opinion of thai paper. When
IM uosen, of ita own aaowieog-n,
kn-rars that a attraction la merttor
toes it wlU eay so elsewhere.)
AT THE AUDITORIUM.
"Ben Hur" Monday and Tuee- 4
day nights, October if and II. 4
CARYL FLORiO HEARD
TO FINEST ADVANTAGE
More Tbaa 10O Admirers of Brilliant
Mostdan Hear Hun In
A Woman's Duty1
Tha moat important dramatlo spec
tad ever produced upon the Ameri
can stage, namely the Klaw and
Erlanrer reduction of "Ben Hur."
whloh is a stag transcript of Gen
eral Lew Wallace's famous religious
romance, will be the attraction at the
Auditorium Monday and Tuesday
nights. October 1 and SI. The
wonderful vogue of this perform'
anoe la Justified by the many par
ticulate of value and th least of
which is a hora race upon the stag
in which twelve horse are concerned.
"Ben Hur" has upaet theatrical history-
It has brought mora people to
the theatre and buiWed larger re
ceipts than ever known. as
dramatlo story with a religious them
it is . of more than ' passing lm
nortance. It proves that there is an
earer appetite for what is most
praiseworthy in theatre culture.
Bine ta beginning Of time.
eea woman'i sphere in life to rear the
future generation. Three generations of
expectant mothers have aided nature by
tha regular use ef tha time-baaered as
ternal application, "Mother Friend".
Thla r'- and reliable emollient soften
the akin of -the abdomen; the mueoles ea
- and more naturally when
-h. and this liniment v 1 the
-ributloa of soleno to a has-
-S. , ,
l-rlcnd" Is the prescription
physician wbe prescribed It
rlcal practice for ever forty
of auoh a helpful and nat
' is ta be In every way necea.
gyvarjr to t.u. expectant mether. All reliable
arBBwi BUPJr Juoiner r i i.uu . wT
it yourself to the abdomen and breast
night and morning. Wr'tn the Bradfleld .
Regulator Co, lept U (IS Camar Build,
tag, Atlanta, Oa.. and tbu will aend yoa
a little book brimful of aolentlncally pre
pared Information, wlthoot charge. Writ
for It by all meana, aad do not fall to aid
nature by the toss of "Mother's Friend",
Ask for a bottle ejf "Mother's Friend" at
your druggist's today.
py moll -"Mori...
Of a d
BOY REACHES FRANCE
According to a cablegram received
b James M. Lorlck, the aviation
squadron, to which his son. Harold
Lorlck, is attached, has arrived safely
"over there." Young Lorick is well
known in Ashevllle. and his friend
hare will wish him success as a fight
ing pilot over the battlefields of
France. It ta understood that ha was
-accented to the aviation service- lm
mediately after the declaration or war
and ha won praise xrom nis instruc
tors for - his daring and reeourcerui
anility while in tha air. v . 1
With the arrival of Lories In France
Aahevilla la represented br two avia
tors at the front Oilllland Stfkeleather
having; landed at a French port some
time ago. it is stated that otnei
Ashevllle men Who volunteered for the
national guard, have secured theli
transfers to aviation schools, where
they will be trained as pilots for some
of th zo.ouo airplanes tnat are rapid
ly neaiing completion.
0 You can't feel
ock wrinkle at the
Pit perfectly becauie thay era knit
to the actual shape ef th foot
Rmmbr hew year chool-boy
niiw emoggleo! in areund each fin
ear)' They war (. . Being hH-to.
fit Tree Shape seeks - ar (re from ell..
strain aawl se : wear twice as loag as ordinary
socks. Feur.aly keels aael teas. , , .
Abo StaeXaoe Hosiery for Women etc Ckllelren
Ask Your Dealer About Them.
TRUE SHAPE HOtlERY COMPANY
W e r r
Anttkt Pair. -
timely hints to men
a Fall Suit and Overcoat
- Heavy Underwear and Pajamas
New Hosiery and Gloves
. Sweaters and Mufflers Y
Fall Shirts and Neckwear
. Knapp Felt Hats and Caps , ,
't ; Let us supply your negds today.
., ' . . - , ,
-i V " . x ' .-
V Tom N, Clark Co.
' , VTbo Shop for Pavticnlar Men.
More than on hundred admirers of
Caryl Florlo heard that brilliant
musician in piano recital last night
at th horn of Mr. and Mrs. Julius
C. Martin on Liberty street In a wall
balanced and masterfully executed
program he added . new laurels to
those earned during ao many years
past and aided In making the recital
an entirely successful event He was
aaalsted by Mra. Silvio von Ruck,
whose splendid vole was heard to the
finest advantage In a number of
French and Italian songs. Mra. von
Ruck waa generous in responding to
th applause, which was enthusiastic.
Frank HUU down on the evening's
program for several numbers, was
called from the city and Was unable
to appear, i -.
Time seem to have forgotten Caryl
Florlo, for last night's performance
waa excellent ' in all respects. Mr.
Florlo cam to this city twenty years
age aa the organist and choirmaster
of All Souls' church, Blltmore, and his
memory for music la fully as remark
able now as It was then. The Ameri
can History and Encyclopedia of
Music, has the following to say about
the talented musician:
"Caryl Florlo ( Pen-name of Wil
liam James Robjohn). An English
man who has resided in America
number of years and who has been
successful as actor, critic, player and
accompanist and- who was almost
wnoiiy seir-taugnt. i was oorn in
Taylstock, Devon, and went to New
York? In 1867, and from 1888 to 1860
waa th first boy soprano singer at
Trinity church tn that city. Since then
he has appeared on the stage and has
acted aa organist and choirmaster In
various ehurches In New York, Baltl
more and Ashevllle, N. C, and has
conducted operatic performances
th Academy of Music New York an
at Havana. Florio was musical dl
rector at Wells college, at the Baptist
Female orchestra and Palestrtna choir
of New York and from 1899 was
dlrectorof the Choral society at Ashe
ville. N. C, and choirmaster of All
Souls' church at Blltmore, N. C. His
works have nearly all appeared under
his pen-name, Caryl Florio, and con
sist of three operettas, entitled Infer
no: Lea Tours do Mercure: and Su
sanne; two operas, Oulda and Unci
Tom; cantatas, symphonies; overtures,
piano concerto, four sonatas, tnadrl
gals, part-aongs and songs; church
services and anthems; Fairy Pictures,
four piano auets."
CORNERSTONE DAY AT
THE II. C. UNIVERSITY
CAROUTNA'S BIRTHDAY '
BKATION A NOTABLE EVENT.
Governor Glenn and Faculty witness
Imposing1 . Military
Stodontav Many Guests.
FILM AT PRINCESS
Motion pictures illustrating th nec
ftsslty of using care at all times, in
order to prevent fires, will be shown
at the Princess theatre tht mornlnr.
at 10 o'clock. The primary object of
Commissioner . Ramsey In securing
these pictures; was that the school
children might gain useful Informa
tion concerning fire prevention. Older
people are invited to be present , .
It la said that the pictures have
very interesting plot on (hat will be
Of interest to old and voune alike. In
addition they convey very useful in
formation. The pictures were hown
at the Orange street school Wednes
day and Thursday to capacity audi
ences. - '
J AROUND TOWN
AT BALM GROVE.
Rev. O. H. Bradlev. nantnr f tha
juetnoaist church at Canton, will
preach Sunday at Balm Orov church
vvesi Asnevme. air. raaiey Is a
torceiui speaker and popular In Can
ton. -i- . ; : ...
Born to Mr. and Mrs. F. H. Shuford.
lit South French Broad avenue, a
A SON. V
Born to Mr. and' Mrs. I B. Hayes.
of Wilkesboro, N. C, a son, Kiffen
Rockwell Hayes. Mrs: Hayes was for
merly Miss Agnes Rockwell, of Ashe
vllle. ' ' : '
WEAK AND FRAIL
(By E. J. Rurrilck.)
CHAPEL. HLLL, N. C. Oct. 12.
With fitting exercises the dignity of
which was enhanced by the participa
tion of the student battalion, the
University Of North Carolina today
celebrated th 124th anniversary of
the laying of her cornerstone. Caro
lina's birthday celebration this year
waa the most impresHlve the campus
has ever witnessed. The long line of
march formed at 10.80 a. ro.. on the
broad steps of alumni building, stood
Governor T. W. Blckftt, President E.
K. Q rah am and the Entire faculty.
The standard bearers headed the
parade they were followed by the stu
dent band and . drum corps which
played a lively march under the dl
rectton of a drum maior. As the bat'
talion marching by companies two
abreast keeping perfect -step and
bearing themselves like-veterans, par
ed the governor, and reviewing party,
the command "eyes right" was given
Then followed the members of the
academic classes who were not taking
the military course. The professional
students came next and the faculty
line, headed by Governor Bickett and
President Graham brought up in the
rear. The Impressive procession wound
slowly around the campus while the
whole community and visiting alumni
watched from both sides of the line
of march, many marching co-eds
scattered throughout the classes pre
sented a novel and picturesque ap
When the head of the line reached
Memorial hall, K split and formed
single file each side facing the other,
Down through this avenue of under
graduates came the guest of honor
and the faculty. After the faculty had
entered Memorial hall and htl taken
seats on the rostrum, the long lino of
After the Invocation an orchestra
selection and th singing of the na
tional anthem by the audlenoe, rresl
dent Graham made a tow Introductory
remarks. The speaker said that six
hundred Carolina men and twenty
per cent of last year's faculty were in
the war and that the Joy of sacrifice
which la reserved for a true mother
was the comfort of the university.
"We have Included military training
In the curriculum this year, in order
to help toward relieving the world of
war's tyranny" Dr. Graham said that
the people of th state ire realising
that the university waa a public ser
vice institution and said that Mrs.
Bingham's reient bequest. In sddition
to the state appropriation, insure
funds for strengthening that service,
This university is the oldest stats
university in years and the youngest
in spirit"1 said the president, tio then
Introduced Governor Bickett as "the
nation's best governor."
In a stlrrinir address characterized
by matchless oratory, Governor Bickett
spoke on "war." He complimented
the battalion on its splendid showing
and said that as V they passed' ho
FOR ' A liONO TIME ' LACKED
STRENGTH TO WALK FAR.
NOTHING SEEMED TO -,
. HELP HER.
SATD AJ-M WAS WHAT
SHE NEEDED. ' -.
"MY .daughter's condition worried
ma e great deal. She was weak, run
down and troubled all the time, com
ing into, womanhood with Irregulari
ties which seemed fO weight her down
terribly - and sap her strength - and
energy. She could walk but a little
ways without resting," say ; B. H.
Carter, ef Basset, Vs., just e few day
.- "A- friend recommended Aeld Iron
Mineral to aa and my daughter
hadn't . taken but two bottles before
she was well and strong; and going
about tha housework feeling wonder
fully Improved. The results . have
been se remarkable in her case I be
lieve Acid Iron Mineral will do all
that Is claimed for it and take pleas
are In recommending it to all. I con
sider It e Godsend to suffering hu
Th above enthusiastic endorse
ment ef Acid Iron Mineral, the great
Iron ' remedy, -which thousands- of
people praise, proves how splendid it
is aa a tonic for tha blood, kidneys,
bladder and digestion.
Acid Iron Mineral may he obtained
at moat drug lores in large or small
bottle. A teaspoonful in a glass of
water makes a dose. It help the
blood, drives out uric acid and other
Impurities and strengthens one al
most from the first dose. The appe
tite Is stimulated, digestion Is helped.
and the blood enrichened, bringing
back that rosy health glow to the
cheeks and a sparkle to lack-lustra
Note Acta iron Mineral is just a
highly concentrated natural , me
dicinal Iron, tested and bottled by th
Ferrodln Chemical Corp.. Roanoke,
Vs., the lessors of th deposit from
which -It cornea. It Is non-alcoholic
A .MiJntiiHnm tV fint afTeot
thought Of th pant up power repre
sented in their youth.' 'The governor
said we were at war for three reasons.
nrst, because- we could no longer stay
out and maintain any semblance of
self respect or world respect; second.
France for their timely -and aavng
aid in Dygon years demanded it
I m sure many American souls leap
ed for Joy," said the speaker, "when
General Pershing sending under a
statue of Lafayette in Paris and
speaking for a hundred million people.
lam iar ayeue we are nere.
The third reason given by the
speaker was that we must take a part
in the downing or autocracy and in
the new regime of worlds affairs after
tne war. "if American Ideals and
Ideas do not ro into the meltins- not
or civilisation and governments they
csnnoc coine forth 'i. the finished
product" said the governor. We are
fighting to banish war and militarism
from the -earth. When the testing
time came this country went Into the
seething hell : In Europe without
flinching.. There is no streak of yel
low in North Carolina either. Autoc
racy must be laid low and a world.
wide Christianised democracy set up.
It is your duty, students, to take the
best car of your physical and mental
powers. When a boy indulges in ex
cesses, he is a suicide to tha spirit of
the times. Be diligent 'in your studies
Intellectual slackers are contemptible
and disloyal. In the name of your
university, your father and mother
and your dear old state, I appeal to
you to rise to, the greatness of the
hour" J.-.. .J,:-.-,,, - v.. ,'
Dean M. H. Stacy than, read a long
list .of the Carolina alumni who died
during the last year. The university
quartette then sang "Integer Vltae."
President Graham read numerous
telegrams, of birthday greetings- and
best wishes to the college from alumni
and former students all over the
country. Many of the message were
sent from soldiers In various training
oamps. ' - .; .
' Th audience then sang "Hall To
U. N. C." and the program was closed
with a benediction. Several lusty yells
were given for the governor, Dr. Gra
ham and Captain Allen. ' All In all this
year's celebration was ons of the most
suooeesful aver held in Carolina. .
MISS ETELKA WEISS
Mlsai Etelka Weiss, whe has been
spending seme time with her sister,
Mrs. Frank B. Pond, will return today
to Baltimore. Miss Weiss is th
founder, and present head ef th
social - service department - of . the
Hebrew hospital In that city.' She has
had wide experience as a trained
nurse among peoples ef European na
tions, and Is an eminent sociologist
Mis. Weiss has been asslmed to re
construction work in Belgium , after ',
Purity In cocoa means
carefully selected, scru
pulously cleaned cocoa
roasted, and with th
excess of fat removed,
reduced to an extremely
fine powder by a strictly
mechanical process, no
chemicals being usedt
the finished product
containing no added
AND IT HAS
A DELICIOUS FLAVOR
IVednere en every
Booklet of dUe
recipes sent ret
Mad only by
0 GO. ltd.
aa. 9. mi. err.
OCCUPIES THE BOARD
Street Signs at Edwtn Place, Num
bers for Houses and Other Mat
ters Discussed by Board,
. ... .ln, f- ,3 '. -H . ,.,.(. . .. .! ; '
Ladies9 and Misses' Coats,
Suits and Dresses ,
are being added daily to ' our al
ready , comprehensive selection
ranging from , , ,
$15.00 to $65.00
BUY A LIBERTY BOND.
of th Judges, after lengthy delibera
tion, was returned In favor of the
After the debate Mr. Vermont, ef
th faculty, gave a lectur concerning
th preaent-Cay condition In Bel
gium. Mr. Vermont is a native of
Belgium, and is eminently qualified to
give Information concerning this na
tion. Following this Fred Barnard
delivered a declamation on "King Al
bert of th Belgians."
.The audience derived much amuse-,
ment from the efforts ef several of the
members to win the prise whloh wa
offered to th on relating th funnK
at Jok. Albert Wilkinson wa final
ly awarded the prls.
' Th humming bird, brilliant In eolo
and th smallest of birds, le peculiar,
to th American continent ,
Routine metiers only occupied th
attention of the city commissioners at
the meeting yesterday afternoon. Com
missioner Stiksleather was absent on
The commissioner of public safety
was ordered to investigate ana report
to the board the condition of th
street signs at Edwin place. Com
plaint has been made by property
owners in this section that the signs,
which were placed ln the cement side
walks, have become obliterated to
such an extent that they are not leg-J
lDie. complaint was aiso maae con
cerning the profusion of weeds in the
sidewalk turf, and the lack of light
at the street oorners. This matter will
be investigated by th commissioner
of public works.
Plumbing inspector Enoch appeared
before the board and stated that it
would be necessary to construct a
wator line for 300 feet ' along Mar
garet ' street' n i order that Gilbert
Petty could have a sanitary plumbing
system installed in his residence on
this street. . This matter was referred
to- the commissioner of public works
lor investigation ana report.
Air. Ramsey presented a correct list
of numbers for various houses in ths
city. On motion it was ordered that
the police department check the list
and ses that ths proper numbers be
put on the nouses, as suggested by the
W. Cotterlll's complaint of damage
sustained on account of the grading of
Louisiana avenue, in West Ashevllle.
was referred to the commissioner of
The secretary read a list of bills that
are due to be paid today. On motion
it was ordered that all bills properly
approved be paid. , The mayor was
given authority to pay or otherwise
provide for all bills or notes that may
come due before the board meeting
The following Building permits were
granted at the meeting yesterday at
Joe Baxter, repairs at 191 Broadway,
estimated cost, Z5.
Mrs. Robert Haney, erection of a
stable on Howard street, estimated
Moale and Meriwether, repairs at SI
Hiawassee. $200. J
Moale and Meriwether, repairs at $3
BY LITERARY SOCIETY
Negative Win Debate on America's
Doty ' Following the ' Invasion of
Belgium Jokes Told.
Belgium, was th subject for dlsous-
slon at th meeting of th Oooper Lit
erary society last night owing to the
Interesting nature of the meeting,
many people who havs no connection
with the school, other than that their
children attend, were present It Is
stated that the auditorium of the Or
ange Street school was full to over-
flowinc and many who came In an
ticipation of hearing the discussion.
were forced to leave on account c-
lack of seating facilities.
Resolved. That the United states
Should Have Intervened With Force
When Germany Invaded Belgium,"
was th subject of the debate. Th
affirmative was represented by Albon
Rogers and Billy Bourne Frank
Bradford and Harry Field upheld the
negative. It is stated that these speak-
rs repreaent tne pica or ine society
orator. Th debate last nignt gar
videnc of much study and prepara
tion, and th argument was Interest
ing to aU whe heard it Ths decision
That Boy of Yours
Has he reached the stage where dress .
becomes an important factor? Will
he don long trousers this Fall? Habits
are formed in youth and he could ao
juire none better than that of wearing
Mass or STROUSB BROTHERS. Iso, sUuwoaa, Mo.
It is more than likely he is deeply interested in thu
sort of styles just suited to the feUow corning into
manhcKxi-wagger and adapted to his slight build,
styled to meet bis youthful taste, and while keeping
him still a boy, clothing him in manly style.
The quality of these clothes will prove itself in th,e
way they will stand the hard service the high
school lad gives his apparel, w
For th amaller boy - to It years Knickerbocker
breeches, w show full assortment between $4.6 and lie,'
All sorts of good things ln Shoes. Hats, Underwear, eta , . ,
Buy Liberty Bonds and contribute to--wards
an early and lasting PEACE,
H. Redwood & Co.
. PROTEST AGAINST NEGROES.
JUNCTION CITT, Kas.. Oct !.
A protest against ths sending of
000 negroes of the draft army
Cams Funston and the transfer of
100 white soldiers of the national
army now In the cantonment to other
camps In the United States, was made
today by Mayor Thompson and six
other city officials ln a telegram to
Secretary of War Baker.
- The protest wa occasioned by or
der received today at th camp from
the war department authorising the
To Remove First
' Signs of Old Age
12xl Earl, wl
ii sns whit.
The Infallible first algn e se I ths
Raving cheek muaciee, says mme. v-ava-ri,
whose fame as a beauty ealturtst Is
reely less trtan tnai oi m
ms ara mora dldlcult and aeriooa ta
treat than wrinkles,' an continue. "The
sagging moaclea indicate they have grown
too weak to remain In place : they moat
be eseisted. strwistheaed."
The best way to stranrthen then Is by
bathlnc the face ln a lotion mad b-r dls-
J aolvlng an ounce of powdered aaxollte la
I half pint witch haseL Thla creates a
freer circulation to in. t-"'---" u--
Ing mux-lea and skin to contract Saxe
Jlta, Broerbl at every drear atora, has
lor n known br emrlexioo spacial-
Lots of Women Find the H & Girdle
More to Their Lildng Than a Corset '
Soft, pliable and easy, at the same time
giving the figure natural support, is it to be
wondered that ao many growing girle and
young women wear the HV & W. girdle ,
The illostration ghree a fair idea of the gir
dle. : It is made of coutil, stayed with flexible .
honing. Extendi Just an Inch and a half
above the waist; good length over hips, Hose
supporters attached. All. sizes from 19 to
26. ' Price, $1. .
The Toggery Shop
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