Asheville Citizen (Asheville, N.C.) /
Oct. 13, 1917, edition 1 /
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THE AgmmLLE CITIZEN, SATUItDAY OCTOBER 13, 1917.
European"! Modern - Fireproof
-l - A chotoe hotel la a ehoioe looatlos
a"bo leading MWMrdit hotel la tha Carotlnaa
200 Rooms of Solid Comfort
It C'i ;r V I: Ifcaotna; ovary erealag oa to tooC 1'" -
- . Guy S. Lavender, Mgr.
KEN MORE HOTEL
. . WATNMTILLB. . 0-
ThMWvfttmt too TwftM tempi Room
4 ft. PKABa. Trap.
BXKTAxn, . a mxa. a, Kara rp.
BtMaaartan for Commercial Mm. Moder. Freo sample room.
' , Free oar to etat-on. Opaa mr round. Kates, M.ta to It..
THE IMPERIAL HOTEL
CAHTOW, V, O, ft, at GELEB, lDjB,
" '" AMKBICAlTPIiAir. " "
Rata. M-M Par Do?. Special Bates by the Week or Month.
, NEW HOTEL BURNSVDJLE
Nice, clean, weH-fumiihed room. Table board, $4.00
perweek, or 25cper ainglemeaL
JOBBERS, STEAM FITTERS PLUMBERS,
' New Pipe, Black and Galvanized, all sizes.,
' Car lot orders solicited. We carry in stock
t constantly 50,000 feet prompt delivery. See
t for prices. Wholesale only. ; ,
S. Sternberg & Co.
DepntSt , , Phone 333
'AH the qualities which you look for In
roadster design and construction.
There is generous room for the passengers.
The seats are tipped at the most comfortable
angle. The luggage space is extra large.
, The car is steady on the road at all speeds.
, Roadster or Touring Oar, IISI.V la Canada. 9115
Sedaa or Coupe. 11111. Ia Canada, (II
. ' AU prloas f. o. b. Detroit) .
ASheville Automobile Co.
: 18 and 20 Church St
" DRY GOOD RIVIKW. V
KEW TORK, Oot. II. Cotton rood'
market. became atronger and mora active
during the wee. Advances iam v--In
aav.ral ImuncM brought prices to th.
highest lavela of the yesr. There Is noUt
Ins Hks a boom In buying, and ery Uttl.
peculation, moat operator. oonOnln pur.
.Lu. aiuaJ needa that are wall d.'
fined and that have been deferred because
of th. uncertainty in tne raw wiuto
look. It now seems settled that high
cotton Is Inevitable. Mill, are ap 11 r .up
piled that many of them bav. declined to
.inn nn rlotha. and at different time.
A.trtn-' thi waek minV COod. W.r. With'
drawn from sal. Fin. bleached cotton,
have advanced on. cent a yard. Print
cloth, were quieter at the end of th. weef
while sheetings ana ami. war. mo
iiu nninmi Mtinn. are varv firm. Or.
ders for wah fabrloa and wnit. foofli
from th. retail trad, for spring delivery
In southern and weat.ni market, hav.
been owning In freely and In larger
volume than a year eeo. Mill. an. unable
to .ecu re a full production In conaeoueno.
of labor oondltfona, whll. In eastern
manufacturing centre, another wag. ad
vance of ten per cent goes Into effect
In kim place, on Monday. Quotation.
r follows: Print cloths It-Inch, 6
id', a. ll.aft'. HL MVfc.lnoh 64x64 S,
lie: brown aheetlnga, aouthern standards
ltc.: denims. 1.10's. Indigo, lie nominal;
tub hn i.nniu-a. 'l&e.: mint.. IS Ho.
.tap!, gingham., IIVjO.; dree, ginghams,
11 tic and 17 fro.
H. 0. L. WOEEIES
SANTIAGO, Chlla Oot llr Repr
aantatlvea of labor and trade organl'
satlone from nearly all of the Latin-
American republic assembled here
tndav for a conference on the blah
coat of living. Since the beginning
of the Euro Dean war the price, of
nearly all the neceasltiea of life have
inoruuftd to auoh an extent aa to be
come almost prohibitive In the larger
cltlea of South America, it ia leu
that nnleea an early aolutlon la found
for the problem great hardship and
ufferlnr will result among the poorer
Proud Wife (to nervous friend In
automobile) 'I feel ao aafe with
George driving now he has joined the
Red Croaa. He la learning nrei am,
and knows where' all the hoapttala
are." London Opinion.
The Southern aerves the aeuth.
PublUhed aa Information net guaranteed.
EFFECTIVa" aiPTIMIER S. 1(17
Trains Arrive from
No. Jacksonville, Savannah,
Columbia and Charleston 1:10 p.m.
Ko, 11 Blohmond, Norfolk, New
Torn, .rniBaeipnia, Bal
timore .. t: p.m.
Ko. U Chattanooga, Knoxvllle, , ,
. vk e m p a i a, v.uicinnau,
Loulavlll. and St Loul.. 1:11 am.
No. It New York, Philadelphia.
Ho. It Murphy, Wayneevirlo. . , , :lo a.m.
No, IV Murpny, nuwviu ... ;.v p. m.
No. 11 G o I d b o r o, Raleigh. .
Greensboro 1:1) n.m.
No. 11 Charleston, Columbia
and Spartanburg 1:10 p.m.
No. II ClnclnnaU, C hi e a go.
Momphl.. N.w Orleana
Birmingham .....j.... ..10:10 am.
No, If Salisbury and th. Bast.. 1:40 am.
No. 1 Spartanburg, Atlanta, -.
Macon. Montgomery aar
New Orleans -ll:lt am.
No. 101 Bristol, Knoxvllle and
Chattanooga ,10:1S p. nx
Taalna Deoart Far'
No. It Columbia. , Savannah,
Charleston and Wil
mington No, 11 Knoxvllle, Chattanooga.
M S m p a i a, vnivinn.il,
' Louisville and fit. Louis 1-5J p.m.
No. IS Richmond, Norfolk, lo-
rmi east 1:ES n.m.
No. It New York, Phlladelnhia,
wasnin.ion nu .;d p. m.
No. IT Waynesvllle. Murphy , , 1:30 a.m.
N. 1 Waynesvllle. Murphy . . 4:10 p. m.
ma. H BalelKh ana ooiasooro. . s:iv a. m.
No. 11 Knoxvllle, Chattanooga,
Birmingham, New Or
leans, Memphis, Cln-
clnnatl and Chicago t:M p.m.
Ha It Charleston, Columbia and
and Spartanburg 10:40 am.
No. H Salisbury and east t:00 a.m.
No. 41 Spartanburg 7:00 a.m.
No. 101 Bristol, Knoxvllle and
(jnaiianousT w;iv m.m,
Trains and 10
LIVERPOOL Oct II. Cotton spot
quiet; price, higner; good middling 10. bl
middling 10.07; low nklddllng 1U.17: soot
ordinary 18.81; ordinary 18.12; sales I.0O0
bales. Including 1,600 American. Receipts
Ji.iHMI bales, inclualng ll.sUtt American.
Future, hlirh.r: old contracts. (flx
Dtices:) October IK 17: Uecember-Jan
uary 18.10: January-February 18.10; March
April 17.M; May-June 17.74.
NIW YORK CATTLE.
NEW TORK. Oot. II. Beeves steady.
Steers .00 13.0O; oxen t.MOt.lOi bulls
t.WW.W: oows 4.80O8.15. ' -
Calvea steady. Veals 11.80 17.00; culls
10.0 .000; graasars 1,00; western. (.28
Sheep and lambs Irregular. Sheep 8 00
Vil.uo; euiis .vva7.v0: lambs lB.wiif is.2
Hogs receipts I.2O0. Steady, at 11.000
is.fu; rougn li.evoM.ou.
' CHICAOO MARKIT. .' .
CHICAGO, Oct. U. Heirs weak, 40e.
under yesterday's average; bulk 17.18
18.10: lie-ht l.80(fl 18.30: mixed 18.76
18.60: roiurh 14.70&14.K0: dhts 11.780)17.7
CatU. weak. Native steers 7.1017.60;
western steers 4.2t14.76; stockers and
feeders 8.164yll.80; cow. and beUers
11.86: nalvaa I tAAiaaa.
Sheep , weak to Joe. lower. Wether, t.00
011.80: ewes 8.604111.46; swabs 18.000
AT THE "MOVIES"
AT 'I'll K STRAND.
Roscrfe fFattyl Arbuckle, will be
seen at the Strand again today in his
latest comedy. "OH Doctor." rnia
pioture contains eeveral very funny
aituatlona in which "Fatty" and the
acrobatic AL St. John take advantage
Two aingle reel dramas will also be
ahown today in oonneotion with the
Deal's orchestra will acoompany the
plcturea today , . VI th appropriate
AT THE PKINCES8.
The alzth Installment of the Fight-
ins- Trail entitled "The Ledge of Pes-
pair" will be the main offering at the
Princess today. This aerial Is break
n all record a; the Princess eveiy
Haturdav when one eDlaoae ia anown.
William Duncan, atrong man of
DhotODlav and Carol Holloway, .who
made her reputation risking life and
limb before the camera, are the atara
in this great production.
Two a-ood comedies win aiso os
shown today In connection with "The
Ledge of Despair."
AT THIS GALAX.
Marguerite Clark will be seen at the
Galax again today in her latest photo
play "Bab'a Diary."
This ia tne nrat or tne aeriea oi
Sub-Deb" atorlaa which apnea -ed In
the Saturday Evening Post, and which
Mary Roberta Rlnehart made so popu
lar all over the country. Dainty Mar
guerite Clark has been a particularly
happy choioe tor the capricious and
wholly delightful "Bab," and every
one who hasn't already fallen head
over heela in love with her will tumble
moat willingly when they aoe her in
these charming stories. As the ir
repressible girl filled with the joy of
living and loving, Bab geta herself
into all aorta of funny aituatlona by
pretending to have a lover, and when
the imaginary sweetheart actually ap
pears on the acene of action her con
aternation givea her an Involuntary
bath when ahe tumbles Into a tub In
her efforts r tor escape. You'll love I
every moment of this fascinating tale.
Professor Houingawonn wui accom
pany the pioture again today with
apecial appropriate mualo on the pipe
organ.- ' . ';....!
The humming bird, brilliant in eolor
and the smallest of birds, is peculiar
to th American continent.
KaSTT EiF07 CLAHS
GREECE CAIl SHATTER
...t. .'.f,3."-'.''.j VJ
&. 7 J
Oraooo om cokfl th wati deafi
oat aa foro a Aaolaloa la tha
MM Oaorcto Xwaae. BalnJ
Jnat Mat by tho bow Venice.
Mat f ovoraiaoBt of Oreoo to thi
"With, Amarloan aid in maniU
lone, grala ajul coal. Orooso eaJ
cut ta vropoood pa3armaa nj
Mr m nrainv
KBW TORK, Oct. II. Today was
red-latter day for Father Knicker
bocker. It marked th completion
and formal opening of the Catsklll
aqueduct, which ia to guard this and
future generations of New Yorker?
against thirst and diseaeea by distri
buting to every part of the metropolis
dally supply ot 600,000,000 gallons
of pure water obtained In .the Cats
kill mountains, a hundred mile distant
Th completion of the great water
eystem ia to be made the occasion for
three-day celebration, wnicn was
opened at noon today with formal
ceremonies at the city hall. At these
ceremonlea the guest of honor was
George B. McCleUan. who was mayor
of New York when the construction
of the CatskiU aqueduct was com
menced in 196t.
The new aqueduct system is to au-
persed the old Croton water system,
which has supplied the needs of the
metropolis for nearly three-quarters
of a century. Tha building of the
CatskiU aqueduct, the Ashokan reser-
voire and other parts or the system
Involved on of the greatest engineer
ing undertakings In American history.
operated In two aee-
The undersigned, as assignees of
Aslievllle Lodge, No. 608 of the
Benevolent and Protective Ordef of
Elks, hereby give notice to all cred
itors of said Lodge forthwith to sub
mit their duly verified claims to them
at their banking house on Patton
Avenue, in Ashevllle, N. C, In order
that said claims may be considered,
passed upon and allowed, and re
quest all debtors of said Lodge to
make Immediate payment of their
debts to ths undersigned. All mem
bers are requested to pay their dues
to October 1st, ,
This October 9, 1917.
Wachovia Bank A Trust Company,
By W. B. WILLIAMSON,
' Assistant Trust Officer.
Assignees of Ashevllle Lodge No.
tOt B. P. O, E.
mt-10-10 , .
That's what many call it
for it put vim and vigor into
old stomachs; rich, ted blood into
Id veins; sound flesh oa old bone.
Drink a glass of this delicious, dige.
teat with each meal -
PORE DIGESTIVE MOMtTtCS WIT1
SHIM! IIMEIMl VATEI MB SINGES
Your grocer of druggist will refund
your money oa first dozen if you at
not pleased with result.
Bottled and guaranteed by th cele
brated Shivar Mineral Spring, Shot
ton, S. G If your regular dealer
cannot supply yea telephone
ELLIS & BEADLES
DUtrUBtar far AieeriO
STREET CAB SCHEDULE
In Kffect June 117.'
2TLLICO AND RBTTdW- 1:00. :!(.
:80 A. M. . .
riverside park :u aaa every li
minutes until 11:00 p. m.
DEPOT .VIA BOUTHS1DB AVENUE-
10 a. m. and every IS minutes until l :ll
m.. then every TH minutes until 1:48
p. m., then every l minutes until 11:00
DEPOT VIA FRENCH- BROAD AVE
KUB 4;00 a. m. and every If minutes
until 11:00 p. m.
MANOR 8:00 a. m. and every it min
utes until 11:00 p. m.
CHARLOTTE! STREET TERMINUS
8:00 a. m. and every 15 minutes, unto
11:00 p. m.; 11:10 car runs through; re
turn leaves end of car line at 11:00.
PATTON AVENUK 8:00 a. m. and
every 15 minutes until 11:00 p. m.
EAST STREET 6:00 a. m. and every
15 minutes until 11:00 p. m.
GRACE, VIA MERRLMON AVENUE
4:00 a m., then every It minutes until
1:00 p. m.
BILTMORE :00 a. m.. and then every
15 minutes until 1 ;00 p. m.. last car.
DEPOT AND WEST ASHEVILLE VIA
SOUTHSIDE AVENUE 6 : 10 a. m., and
every 16 minutes-until 11:00 p. m.
Sunday gchedule Differs In the Follow.
Car leaves Square for Manor 5:00 a, m.,
arrive Square 8:15 and 8:80. then every
30 minutes until 8:80.
Cars leave Square for Depot via South
aide avenue 5:30, 6:45, f :0, . 6:15, 6:80.
7:00, 7-30, 8:00 and 1:80 a. m. Cars leave
Sauare for Depot via French Broad ave
nue 6:16, 6:80. 6:45, 7:15, 7:45 and 8:T.
Car fer Depot leaves Square 8:45 si m.,
both Southslde and French Broad. ,
First car leaves the Square for Char
lotte street at 6:00 a. rp. and every 30
minutes until 8:36; next 8:45.
First car leaves m, oquaxa xor juver
side 8:30, next 3:45. .
First car leaves th. Square for West
Ashevills 6:15. 7:00; next t:80.
First car leaves Square for Blltmoro
8:30 a. m. and every 10 minutes until 8:00
o'clock. . "
With the above exceptions, Sunday
schedules commence at :00 a. m., and
continues same as week days.
On evening when entertainments are
In progress at the Auditorium the last
trip on all lines will be from entertain
i raent, leaving Square at regular, time and
; holding over at Auditorium. .....
Car leaves Square to meet No. 16, night
tram. 80 minutes before schedule or aa
1 aouaced arrival. , - ' ,
THE REAR FENDERS
Studebaker originated the crowned 'fender.
Notice the graceful curve shown in the illus
tration abovesee, too, how the curve of the
fender follows that of the wheel This means
a clean body even after a run over the mud-
tj; J T1: a-. AmJaa la
tuesc aui i ui cuttuo. auiji vfo .
another of the :
- Special Studobaker Features
O. K. Auto Supply & r
61-63 Blltmoro Avenno
THE OUTBURSTS OF EVERETT TRUEBY CONDO
SKINNCD l0S ?
Yes. Hom; rir
You Do that 5V
X ..didn't, ;;.iq viTr b'
'the ' NsCeTeT; ' r j,.,- f P"1' ":
SlDBvVACK IN TRONT "" I 'ff'f iCJLI V
Or YOUR. -PROPSRTY , br-rrr-. - . I "
.aii l Urtlile Tn UAirf fSC..-. AV
IT HxeD, AMO IF IT 'SNTLlt-s,. jTJx
DONG, I N ViAT XI MS. tim Ai
I'LL PAT YOU AivOTHSft Efjf M A
j .-wg aS . Ill BMQ Hal aft I 1 " oHaa. XasT l
1V1XJTT AND aJEFF Jeff Thinks There Are Many Kinds of Fish.
CCopyrignt, 1MT. H. C aher. . Vade ltarli Feg. C. a Pat Off.)
-BY BUD FISHER
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