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The Herald-Sun from Durham, North Carolina • Page 6

The Herald-Sun from Durham, North Carolina • Page 6

The Herald-Suni
Durham, North Carolina
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THE MORNlM IIERAL1), APRIL 6, 1910 PAGE SIX 3 OFFICER ARRESTS ROLAND WHEELER i INT Your Old Lawn Mower Made Like Hew Rowland Wheeler was arrested yesterday afternoon about 4 o'clock by nrnfiiinnliiiinr PARIS. atbuivu bfifliMi Young Olerk Who Made Thf chief attraction at the Paris today is Dillio Ritchie in Stars and Stripes Billie Ritchie is the biggest laugh maker on the Universal program and the announcement that he is to appear at the Paris is assurance that packed houses will greet him. The attraction for today has an unusually interesting plot, one interesting all the way through, filled with excitement and thrills. False Step Must Walk Straight Line Patrolman B. W. Sharp and placed in jail. Wheeler was recently convicted of retailing in police court and was given his choice of serving twelve months on the county -oads or leaving the stato and remaining away for a period of two years. He chose the latter course, hut the 'are of his old haunts seems to have been irresistible. He was seen yesterday afternoon by Patrolman Sharp, near the Norfolk and Western railway crossing on West Main street, and mindful of the capias which had been issued, the officer began pursuit. A lively chase ensued, Wheeler leading the officer for almost a quarter of a mile. During he chase the officer fell once and the fugitive also fell. The young man proved to be a very active sprinter, but was finally caught by Patrolman Sharp. Wheeler will be takeq to one of the road camps this morning to bein h'" sentence. UNDER I WAS PU Keo Six Seven Passenger $1250 F. O. Reo Six Roadster 4 Passenger 4 Cylinder Touring Car 5 Passenger $875 F. O. 4 Cylinder Roadster 3 Passenger F. Exide Battery Service Station. Garage Open Day and Night. Official Automobile Blue Book Carried in Stock, Price $2.50 Durham Motor Car Co. CHAPEL, HILL STREET. PHONE 410. GRAND. Today's Triangle program was Walter Bradley, His Associate, Was Bound Over Under Bond shown at the Grand last night. It is one of the strongest that has been offered by the Triangle features. Fred Mace is the star in the Keystone comedy. Bessie Barriscale, a favorite of the film "fans," and Bruce McRae, a matinee idol, are the co-stars in the new luce-Triangle drama, "The Green Swamp." Miss 'Barriscale is a New Yorker by birth and it was there at the age of five that she spent a season with James A. Heme in "Shore Acres." At fifteen she played her lirst serious part as in "Old Kentucky." She Convalescent H. A. GASKINS FIVE POINTS. Greensboro, N. April 5. Walter Bradley and Gilbert Newell, charged with the larceny of more than five hundred dollars from the North Carolina Public Service company early Sunday morning, were given a hearing in Municipal court this Newell being under eighteen years of age. Judge Brown exercised jurisdiction in after a bad cold or a spell of the grippe? you need a sate tonic to neip Emergency Nature bring back your health and! strength, assist the digestion and keep the bowels This suggests a fair trail of T(a Ufe. Money Pans HOSTETTER Stomach Bitters came prominently berore the isew York public as Lovey Mary in "Mrs. Wiggs of the Cabbage Patch." Next she went to London, where she made a great hit. Her return from abroad was signalized, by her tour of this country under the iBelasco management as Juanita in "Tht Rose of the Rancho." After two successful seasons in stock at San Francisco' and 'Los Angeles, Miss Barriscale again toured the coun TWO DAYS, WEDNESDAY AND THURSDAY, APRIL 12th AND 13th. America's Foremost Actors William Farnum and Kathlyn Williams the case under the juvenile act, and suspended judgment over the youth, upon his giving bond in the sum of $1,000, conditional upon his good behavior and that he report once a month for two years to the court and show his good behavor during that time. father, who is one of the city's prominent business men, gave the bond. The youth was represented by Judge W. P. Bynum. In the case against Bradley bond in the sum of $1,000 was required for appearance at the next term of court. Both of the defendants practically admitted that the first conclusion which the officers had reached before their arrest was in all respects correct. Tom Dowd. who is charged with breaking into a number of postoffices in the state, will be tried at Statesville To seize new opportunities a business man often needs more money. To get this he sometimes takes in a new partner, with cash, or he issues new stock. Frequently, however, all he needs is temporary' assistance. If he has been doing business regularly with a bank he might meet the emergency more easily. independently and profitably. Open an account with this bank and be prepared to take advantage of the opportunities-when the arise. try. Tins time it was as in "Tae Bird of Paradise." She made her first essay in motion pictures as Juanita in "The Rose of the Rancho." This led to her engagement under a time contract by Thomas H. Ince. Among her successes in this new Held of art were: "The Devil." "The Cup of Life." "The Reward," "The Mating" and "The Golden Claw." Miss Barriscale is an attractive blond with fine brown eyes. In Rex MoachV Surpassing Story "THE SPOILERS If Phone- 2)4 1 Our plant and service are as close to you as the nearest telephone. For laundry service call 941. The Durham Laundry CHURCH ST. GAME SCHEDULED THIS AFTERNOON A game of baseball will be played this afternoon at the East Durham ball park between the Durham high school and the Cary high school. The affair begins at 4 o'clock. The contest promises to be an interesting one. Produced by tlie Selig Company in tliree acts and nine parts. "TLIK SFOILKIvS" presents the most stubborn, strenuous fight ever pictured the acme of realism, See the whole town dynamited. A volcanic earthquake extraordinary. A thrilling rescue of the heroine. -Till: SPOILEKS" is a thrilling story of strong men battling for supremacy, with all their power of mind and muscle, alert for every cast of chance. Pig, moving, masterful and wholesome in its human interests, thrilling in incident, absorbing in situation, powerful in progression from start to finish. Special Orchestra of Eight Under Direction of Professor DeBolle for This Attraction. ADMISSION 15 AND 25c. FIRST TIME AT THESE PRICES. at the term of court beginning there April IS. Deputy marshals have been busy this week subpoenaing witnesses to appear at the trial. Although Dowd is sixty years old, he is charged with being one of the most active yegg-men in the county. Dowd has already been tried since his arrest at Baltimore on a similar charge, and sentenced to five years in the Atlanta penitentiary. He was arrested in Virginia three or four months ago, and was kept in jail here for sometime. When brought to this city he had $240.00 in cash, including two one hundred dollar He attributed his prosperity to selling jewelry. It is said that one of the witnesses who is subpoenaed to appear for the trial of Dawd will indentify him as an Durham Loan Trust Company CAPITAL $100,000.00. J. S. HILL, President. T. C. WORTH, Vice-Pres. I. P. HILL, Sec. and Treas A. M. WORTH, Teller. WILL ATTEND THE NURSES' MEETING 'umbrella mender who visited Hillsboro Mebane, and Elon College about the time the postoffice safes were blown open at tnose places. Atter coming We Are Confident FOR SALE here Dowd recived letters from his wife supposedly which were very affectionate, but when officers went to the home of the wife in the valley of A number of nurses from this city leave this morning at 7:30 on the Durham Southern train for Sanitir-ium, X. attend a meeting of district nurses which will be held at that place today and tomorrow. Dr. Arch Cheatham, superintendent of the health department, will also attend the meeting. The new tuberculosis hospital at sanitorium has just been completed and Dr. L. B. McBrayer, super intendent of the institution, is anxious to have the nurses from all parts of the state inspect the new quarters. A number of the nurses will be Virginia to ascertain if she was on SOME OF THE THINGS WE OFFER YOU THAT WILL HELP IN YOUR such affectionate terms with her hus That you will be so well pleased with the prompt, courteous and efficient service that you will receive at A. A. THACKER'S MEAT MARKET that you will become one of our steady customers. Give us a trial and you will become a regular in our army of satisfied customers. Very desirable Watts Street corner lot, 75x150, or band, they found she had not written the letters, and said Dowd had lived with her only three months after they were married, and had never been considerate of her. will exchange for tenant house. asked to tell about their work. Mrs. Clyde Dickson, city nurse, has been mas! asked to read a paper. Besides this paper, Mrs. Dickson will read the report of Julia Latta, the colored health A. A. THACKER'S MEAT MARKET DURHAM REALTY AND INSURANCE COMPANY First Floor Trust Building i PHONE 439. The baseball teams of A. M. and Guilford college will play at Cone park next Monday afternoon. This is to be an annual event in Greensboro in the future, arrangements having been perfected by which there will be an annual contest here between the teams of the two colleges. There has awalys been a great rivalty between these two institutions, and they have probably had the strongest teams in the state for the last thirty years, to take the whole time throughout. The entire student body of Guilford college is expected to attend the game, and Greensboro college for women, and the State Normal and Industrial college will be largely represented. Worth will pitch for Guilford and Bill Evans will do the twirling for A. M. Futrell will catch nurse. A number of physicians will attend the meeting. In all likihood a slate district nurse's association will be formed. Those from this city who will attend the meeting are Dr. Arch Cheatham, health superintendent, Mrs. Clyde Dickson, city nurse, Miss Emily Jenkins, school nurse, Miss Robbie Tilliiighast, who has charge of the deaf mute colony. Miss Hallie Pope, school nurse, Miss Josephine Maynor, Durham hosiery nurse, Miss Reynolds Durham hosiery mills nurse at Carr-boro. Mrs. W. A. Salmon, school nurse and Miss Ida Thompson, a grad uate nurse. Acme Quality Paint, Varnish, Stain and Paint Brushes. For anything the painter needs conic here for it. 0 'Cedar Mops and Polish Dusters. (Jardeu Tools Hoes, Rakes, Cultivators, Garden Plows. liB WJt 111 NUEKI 0) n) riiC 11 11 for Guilford and Winston for the A. M. TEDDY BEAR GIRLS DELIGHTED CROWD 17. G. LYON AMD CO. Corner Foster and Chapel Hill Streets. Rain that fell ceaselessly from dark until late into the night, and mud Against the Fly that rapidly formed everywhere save on the paved streets, was not enough to keep a crowd from the Academy (1 of Music last night and the Teddy Bear Girls played to a well filled and Keep Him Out and You Won't Have to Put Him Out. delighted auditorium. Last night's show was in keen'ng with the com pany's earlier presentations and II SAFEST FOR SAVINGS I strange as it may seem to many, the DOORS SCREEN audience was not nearly so as on Monday nigh! As a rule, cheap priced shows hare one. '-and sometimes two. fairly rood bills but are at the end of their rope when these bills are played. This is not true with the companv playing the Academy this week, for the singing and lancing and of the comedy of last night was well in keeping with that of Monday night. phas ttr 6m sk i i 1 1. we r4 breed kavM wt Mil Tack tma caikTl mt WINDOWS Ten styles of Doors, four sizes. Window Screens to lit anywhere. THE PRIDE OF MOST WOMEII is the cleanliness of their households. When you find that this cleanliness is threatened by the presence of ants, roaches, water bugs and other such vermin, sprinkle on the shelves and in cracks, holes and in every other place frequented by those health endangering pests PETERMAN'S ANT, BUG AND ROACH FOOD Careful housekeepers will tell you that this effective insect destroyer will accomplish quickly and at a trifling expense the task that many imagine impossible it drives them ouL SOLD BT THE IMPERIAL DRUG CO. B. T. DAWSON, Mgr. 123 E. Main St. Phone 59. MONEY AWAITING PERMANENT INVESTMENT. If yuu arSoikiiig for remunerative return idle funds awaiting permanent employment, we would like to confer with yon and point out the many advantages of our Savings iJook and interest-bearing Certificates of )eosit. They bear 4 per rent interest from date if left three months or longer and an lu withdrawn at any time without notiee. We Welcome Your Account. INFANT DIED ON YESTERDAY THE JIFFY DETACHABLE HINGE This is the latest thing out, enables you to take j'our door down without removing the screws. A complete assortment of Screen Hardware. Let us make you prices. Wc promise courteous attention by men who know. i IKrncst. the infant son of Mr. n3, Jake Lynn, died the home of (he parents in Cast Durham yeMer-I day morning at I The child kas fifteen day The funeral was i held at the home yesterday afternoon Lloyd's Hardware Store I 330 West Main St. Near Five Points. at 2:3 o'clock. Interment mas mad" in the family burying ground near the home. Durham, N. C. Mr I. B. Forrest. Mr. N. C. liar- ins and Mins Sallie Eflind. or E2and shopped in the city ye iterday. 1

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