The Chillicothe Constitution-Tribune from Chillicothe, Missouri on November 14, 1916 · Page 3
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THE CHILLJCOTHE DAILY CONSTITUTION, TUESDAY, NOV. 14, 1916. EMPIR Steam TO-NIGHT 1 " $ y Q ty §' Q Q Q THEATRICAL. T H O M A S H . I N C B --presents-B I L L I E B U K K E " PE G G Y" Seven Interesting Acts THE PHOTOPLAY HIT OF THE SEASON S T O C K T O N ' S Shows at 7:15 8:30 p. m. O R C H E S T R A PRICES 5 and 1O Cents. TOMORROW--JUNE CAPRICE in a Fox Play, "LITTLE MISS HAPPINESS THURSDAY--ANTONIO MORENO EDITH STORY la a Vitagraph Feature, "THE TARANTULA." BiUie liui-ke j jx "Peggy" Tonight. Tonight at the Empire Theatre Billie Burke-will be seen in the only real photoplay she has ever -appeared in, "Peggy." .Miss Burke in "Peggy" is given a vehicle wherein she is seen at her best." Shows at 7:15 and 8:30 p.- m. Admission 5 and lOc. liig Crowd Sees Hypnotist. The Great Griffith, who opened a six nights' engagement at the Maj-es-- tic Theatre last night, played to a raclced house despite the inclement weather. Those who witnessed the bhow were served with one of the most unique hypnotic performance ever staged in Chillicothe. Many people will remember Mr. Griffith as ho is the same who played at the Airdome three years ago and he displayed many phazes of this wonderful science. . Prof. Griffith presents the best per. i'ormance this season that he has ever done and shows many new phazes of j HAS CCT HUGHES' LEAD DCnVX TO 123 OX Xl-ffi COUXT TO DAT I? B y (Juitcfl Pro*.*.) St. Paul, Minn., Nov. 14--With ten missing precincts, Hughes leads Wilson in Minnesota at noon today by 123. Hughes had 170,463 and \Vil. son 179,3-10. Maintains California PERSONAL AND LOCAL '« Fur Overcoats AT SPECIAL PRICES Until December 15 .1 MM U hypnotic control. There were many I skeptical people in the audience last j nigut, but after the performance they we're satisfied that what they had seen was a reality and that Griffith was a master oi his art. A young lady was hypnotized today at 1 o'clock in Hawley's shoe store .. and is Bitting in the window looking at the crowd, in a somnambulistic si age. She will be removed to the stage and awakened at 8:15 tonight. The price for this engagement are adults 2 5 c ; children 15c. Persian Lamb $17.50 Lynx, rat collar 21.75 Calf Skin, rat collar 31.75 Russian Calf, rat collar 34.00 Kangaroo, coon trim 33.50 Pony, select quality, beaver trim collar and cuffs 40.00 Black Pony, rat collar 32 50 Coon Skin 65,00 Kersey Coat, rat collar fur lined 50.00 Kersey Coat, rat collar fur lined 35.00 Our fur goods house makes it possible to show you a long line of FUR OVERCOATS. If you buy before December 15, you have the advantage of a lower price Sipple Clothing Si Shoe Co. North Side Sq. Chillicothe WELLMADE;ACTIVE; SEATS 7; $1280 Quality runs through the 7 passenger 6-30 Chalmers like a vein of gold in a mine. That is one reason for its supreme ability in action. The price js very low on this car--$1280 until NoyemKtr 30. After that $1350. [AH prices i. o. b. Detroit] Chillicothe -Motor Co. A. E. Norman C.E. Murphy M. F. Alcott INVESTIGATE HIGH COST OP POTATOES IN K. C. (By United PruMN.) San Francisco, Cal., 'Nov. 11. -President "Wilson maintained bis lead in the official count received by the United Press up to 11 o'clock today. At that hour 21 of the 5S counties had completed the official count. The tabulation showed 'A gain of SG votes for Wilson over his plurality as shown by the unofficial count. 4 f l y 1'iiited l're«H.;i Washington, Nov. 14.--President Wilson today was in .receipt of congratulations on his re-election f r o m 'several foreign rulers as well as Ambassadors and Ministers, it was stated here, but th'e^JVhite House refused to make these public, p e n d i n g such an expression from Judge Hughes. Ho Found It. . Recently ah official of an old and reliable piano company traced up the first piano sold by the factory. When the search became almost hopeiess, he discovered it in a little old fashioned home,' where dwelt a gentlewoman 1'ra.gil and, bent. To her the sum "which the oificer offered seemed riches,- but the silver h e a d ' s h o o k ill polite refusal. "I can't give it up. It has been my dearest treasure since girlhood. When William and I be- gaii life together, 1 used to sit at this (By TTnUcd Pre.,0 \ 1iano in tho evening twilight and Kansas City, Mo., Nov. 14.--An in-|S i n S the songs we both loved. Some- Mrs. C.-,O. Wilson of Chula was Chopping in the city today. E. E. Wright and Roscoe Akes oi McFall were business; visitors ia the city today. J. M. 'McDonald oi' Maryville -transacted business and visited friends in Iho city today. Miss Christina Gibbons has re. turned from a visit with friends and attending the flower show in Chuia. Mrs. Howell Cubell Grey of Lyons. Kan., Mrs. Emely Harrison of Eve:-_ son, Wyo., and Mrs. Ha Tanner -of Milan, Mo., are here visiting their parents, Dr. and Mrs. R. H. Cabell. Supt. of Public Schools McDonald of Maryville was in Chillicothe Tuesday visiting the local schools. Mr. McDonald made n short talk before the high school students this morn, ing. Dr. E.'H. Moss will go to St. Louis j Wednesday night where he will attend the 60th anniversary of the St. Louis Dental Society. The occasion will be one of importance as many eminent dental authorities will art- clress the attending dentists d u r i n g the three days, Nov. 1C, 17 and IS. SOCIETY AND CLUBS The East End Fancy Work Club will nieet w i t h Mrs. R. S. Carr on Bridge St. Wednesday afternoon. Tho ladies of the Elm St. Methodist church will hold a reception at the j h o m e of Mrs. R. Ij. Isherwood, West i Clay St., Thursday afternoon 1 . Admission lac. Everyone is invited. 2 The lowest selling c a r ' m a n u f a c t u r ed that has the electric lights and starter. The demands for '490" Che- vrolels have been so great that the factory have b e e n , unable to supply them all, and on this account we have been unable to fill orders for all we have placed. However we have re_ ceived another carload of these and have them here on exhibition at our show room. Come in and see them. ADAMS AUTOMOBILE SUPPLY COMPANY. 13-3 Olive Priudle Chapter, D. A. R. mot with Mrs. MeHolland, Monday. Nov. 13th, at 2 : 2 0 . After the opening exercises and the business session, Mrs. Gunby gave a brief report of the State Conference recently held at Louisiana, Mo. Mrs. Ira Hedrick then took charge of an interesting lesson on Texas. During the social hour,. Mrs. MeHolland, assisted by her mother, Mrs. Dawson, and Mrs. Botsford. served hot biscuits, strawberry preserves and chocolate. Mrs. Surface of Kansas City, a 'charter member of Olive Prindle Chapter and Mrs. Dawson were guests of the Chapter. H O M E S For Sale FOR RENT or SALE--House close in. Address Mrs. John Milbank or phone 17G. 1-1-S 5 room dwellng 'on payed street, not . modern except electrict lights. Small barn. Price 3,000. S zoom new miidern home oil. paved street, hot water. heating systeih. One of the nicest homes in the city. Prise $5500. ,7 room, new .Tioine, close in on paved streets, a fine home at $6500. ' D room modern cottage on paved I street, fine neighborhood, 3750. G room dwelling, electric lights. ?1 CO (,',,;' t room cottage, on paved street_ A bargc.in at $1250. Many others. If you want to buy property, come to us. It is our specialty. We have anything you want_ Gill Ryan Remember the Alills Son Sule :it Bine Momul, Tuesday,. *ov. lil. . td I X. side square. CMllieothe, Mo. j vestigation of the alleged conspiracy. j to force up the price of potatoes in j Kansas City is 'being rnadeby agents i of the United States government, it :.was stated here today. The inquiry is at the direction of the department or Justice. A similar investigation has been started in Chicago and other .ics, it is said. how, life seemed sweeter and we i crept closer together, blended in those dear as our voices old melodies, LIVE STOCK MARKET. ( B y U lilted I*re*m. Kansas City. Nov. 14.--Cattle receipts IS.000; market steady. Steers $5.75 to $11.50; cows and heifers ¥ 4 . 5 0 to 510.00'; stackers and f e e d - ers ?5.00 to S.S*0; calves $6.50 to ¥10.50. Hog receipts 2 0 , 0 0 0 ; market steady to strong. Bulk o£ sales ¥ 9 . 6 0 to $9.So; heavy $9.85 to $10.00, m e d i u m $9.05 to $9.95; light $9.50 to $9.90. Sheep receipts 6,0^00; market strong to lOc higher. Lambs $11.25 to $11.55; ewes $$7.70 to $7.75; stockers and feeders $5.50 to $.10.25. Produce Market. Furnished by Henderson Son Produce Co., 801 Locust street, Chil- 'licothe, Mo.: j SPRINGS 15% ' HENS 13% ROOSTERS 9 DUCKS 10 GEESE 10 i TURKEYS 20 EGGS 30 BUTTERFAT 35 BOljtES * ROGERS. Dealers in Hides, Tallow, Wool, Furs, Beeswax and Feaihers. J. N. PETERS SON, MGS. Wanted all Furs I can buy. 'Market in line with the best. Salt Cured Hides, flat No. 1. . . . 24c No. 2 23c Partly Cured Hides 21% Green Hides : 21c Bulls and Glues r:-17c Deacons * $1.50 t o $2.00 Skunks : - 25c to 50c Horse Hides Nos. 1 and 2, full mane and tail $8.00 Pony Hides $4.0.0 No. 1 Tallow 9c No. 2 Tallow Sc and when the children came, the piano echoed our joy -- and it crooned our lullabies. In sorrow, when clouds seemed" darkest and in our heart oi' hearts we turned for guidance into j-ihe Kiudly Light that led us, its sym- j pathetic tones would melt into our I mood and lend comfort, and how t h e wonderful notes of . my piano strengthened the bonds of fellowship a b o u t us while the little hands were growing into big hands as they sped over its keys and into the years Ah, ·you see why I can't part with it." . Aro you providing for- homelH'c likewise. Seo the Chillicothe :Uusic Co. for l i f e t i m e , sweet Loned, Packard or Crowu pianos. dwlt Thaiilcsii'ivins Dinner. The ladies of Centenary church, one and one halt miles south ot Sturges, will serve d i n n e r and supper at the church on Thanksgiving day. They will also have many beau- t i f u l pieces ot fancy work tor sale. A good place to do your Christmas shopping dSwtd R e n d ' t h e For Rent, For Sale and Yi'ant ads in today's Constitution. OneCentSale 3 DAYS ONLY--Thursday, Friday, Saturday November 16th, 17th and 18th BETTER THAN EVER Clark's Pharmacy THE REXALL STORE SfA\" COUTtTJlAKTIAIj OOJOfA.V- DEB OP CVSUTSEH MK3IPHJS. n- Unlri'A VrejasO Washington, D. C., Xov. ] 4. -- Cnurtmartial of. Capt..Edward Beach, commander of the cruiyer Memphis, sunk in a storm off Domingo harbor several weeks' ago has been recommended by the naval i n q u i r y board, Secretary Daniels announced today. THE PIOXBER PRODUCE BUYERS OP CHHUCOTHE. SWIFT COMPANY ALWAYS PAY HIGHEST PRICES FOR PRODUCE AND CREAM. Today's Market. HEN'S 13% I SPRINGS 15 % COX 9 TURKEYS 20 DUCKS 10 GEESE 10 P. S. BUTTER 2 6 % EGGS 30 CREAM 35 Used Cars For Sale Cheap. As our winter shipments o£ new cars are arriving and to enable us to make more room, we are offering the following used cars at exceptionally low prices. Now we mean low, for these are prices that will astonish you,, as we must clean them out. 1 1913 Studebaker Six Touring. 1 1914 Studebaker Six Touring. 2 1914 Studebaker Four Touring. 1 1916 Studebaker Six Touring. i 1913 Studebaker "35" Touring. 1 1914 Paige Four Touring. 1 Hupmobile Four Touring. 1 -Auburn Four, Touring 1 R. C. H. Four, Touring. Come in and let us show you these and get our prices. ADAMS AUTOMOBILE SUPPLY COMPANY. 13-3 In Appreciation. The Senior Class of 1917 wish to express their appreciation for the help and patronage of the p u b l i c and especially the Chillicothe Business College and of those who assisted personally in making the Carnival a success. The; proceeds taken in amounted t o $1.50.00. The Senior Class. TONIGHT The Great Griffith Hypnotic Comedy Company The show with a 1000 laughs. Entire change of program each evening. Admission: Adults 25, children 15. THE YOUNG LADY NOW HYPNOTISED IN HAWLSY'S SHOE STORE WINDOW WILL BE REMOVED TO THE STAGE AND AWAKENED TONIGHT AT 8:15. 520.00 FREE IS 1 YOU CAN MAKE E3E, LAUGH. " " SUIT and COAT SALE! 15 All-Wool Serge SUITS Take your choice~of 15 all-wool Serge Suits, Fall 1916 styles, with five year guaranteed linings. Navy, black and copen--all sizes, special at $9.75 Another lot of beautiful SUITS Wonderful values at $13.75 45 Elegant SUITS Not one worth less than $25.00, many of them worth more. Ail sizes up to 51. Your choice $16.75 ALL OTHER SUITS AT CUT PRICES IN PROPORTION AS ABOVE. New Line Beautiful COATS Come and see our $1C.OO Coats in fancys, they are beauties. $12.50 for handsome Metalamb Coats, 8 styles to select from at $12.50 Genuine Silk Piush Coats, fur collar, guaranteed lining $18.90 Our fuM flair Silk Piush Coats at $23.75 and $25.00 are wonders. Near Seal and Hudson Coats up to $135. Great lias Wojol Velour Coats 40 Styles Children,?' Coats See our great line of SILK and SERGE Dresses Extra Special ! ! WAIST SALE See them in the Show Window H A R T M A N ' S Sale begins WEDNESDAY, the 15th Sacrifice Sale on ALL HATSi EWSFAPERI

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