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I NEWS Quick References FOR WANT ADS Price riven below Include ell tdl tlong from noon one dey till noon the next dey. RateelOc, 9o end to per line. , One Three Btx Word. Time. Tlmee Tlinoe Up to 11 .16 $ M jj II to 1 80 M i,44 19 to 14 40 1.08 Til 16 to 10 15 1.15 "IIS i to i :q i,6i t.gi ii to ie o ITi ili 41 to 48 ,80 j.lt 1.84 4 to 64 .90 2.41 4.18 68 to 60 l.OQ 8.7Q 4. u 61 to 06 HQ 8.97 Til 67 to 78 1.80 ' 3.84 TM 76 to 76 1.80 8.61 6.64 79 to 64 1.40 3.78 6.78 The New reserves the right to revise or reject any advertisement at Ita option. Ads are restricted to their proper classification. Discontinuance of ads must be In writing. We will not be responsible for safe by phone. This protects your interest as well as ours. Tell your wants and offers to a News want ad taker. Phone Main 6867 or Main 2831. ANNOUNCEMENTS LOST ANO FOUND j BAY MARE, blase face. 15 hands high, weight 800 lbs.; last seen near Tyner or Ooltewah, Tenn. Liberal reward 10 nnaer. call Hem. 1238. BICYCLE Stolen, Monday night from 3813 RoaavilU blvd., Perfection bicycle, new. No. 63269, color red, 65 reward for wheel or Information. Call Hem. 403 or notify W. R. Conley, 3115 Ave nue y, mast Liege, Tenn bOt; Setter bird dog. brown with light and yellow spots, answers to name of Brownie, return to 107' Chamber lain avenue, or phone Hemlock 1426. vvm give reward, fcd Marler. LADIES' kid gloves lost In shopping dlstriot Tuesday afternoon. Notify 625 Vine st. WEEKLY, TIMES BOOK lost; reward." F. P. Sweet. 921 Market St. AUTOMOBILES AUTOMOBILES FOR SALE. 9 AUTOMOBILES One 6-passenger Ford. One late model Chevrolet, $400. One Oldsmobile, -ton truck, perfect shape. CASH MELTON GARAGE. Main 1147. Second and Market St. AUTOS The few used cars we have In stock have been reduced in price and can be bought at attractive prices. Closed and open cars. Fay as you ride. Marshall Auto Co. BUICK touring car, excellent condition, fully equipped, bumpers, etc. Call Main 4864. BUICK E1X, 1917 Sedan; needs paint Ing, $350; hurry! Walnut 6868. CAR Light 6-passenger car, exchange for small home or equity and pay cash difference. Main 2042 Wednesday. OVERLAND "90" ROADSTER for sale. Has new top, four good tires and tubes, in A-l condition, looks like new. Call Mr. Morris Main 2772. TRUCKS1 TRUCKS! TRUCKS INDIANA TRUCKS Indiana trucks rebuilt: expert repairs on any truck. INDIANA CHATTANOOGA TRUCK COMPANY 1127 FORT ST. ACCESSORIES, REPAIRING. 11 AUTO REPAIRING AND WELDING SIMPSON MARTIN 1220 Chestnut St. Main 3660. AUTO ELECTRIC repairs and sup plies, factory service station for Delco, Remy, Klaxon, Auto Lite, North East and Uljur Electric com panies, Bosch magnetos, Rayfleld and Zeniih carburetors. MUDGE AUTO ELECTRIC CO. 621-28 Broad St. Main 6878. AUTO WINDSHIELD GLASS Now la the time to replace that broken Wind shield glass, also with a Mitchell auxiliary windshield, head lights and sedan windows. Our prices are right and work done by glass experts. The Warren Broe. Co., Inc.. 918 Market St. Main 3809. PARTS Stop! Look! Listen! Parts for any make of car at your own price. Royal Junk Co., 910 "A" st. Main 4649. FORD SPECIALIST WOOD & MOOSE 334 E. Main St. Main 2046. RADIATORS U-BUST-TUM WE-FIX-'EM AUTO RADIATOR CO. MAIN 1636. CORNER 6TH AND BROAD REPAIRING Automobiles and trucks. Cat May. 537 Broad at.. Main 966. TIRES- NOTICE ' TIRE BARGAINS 30x3 3 900 80x3U $10.00 Other Sises in Proportion. Gas, Oil. Greases and Accessories. Let Ue Dope Your Car. Expert Vulcanising. TRI-STATE TIRE WORKS 611 BROAD. ST. i WILLaRD SERVICE STATION Under new management; a complete line of batteries and parts; battery ex pert with factory experience. TENN. STORAGE BATTERY CO. 7th and Chestnut Sts. Main 624. WINDSHIELD glass. Isrgest stock In city at lowest prices: machinery for grinding end polishing the edges: we make them fit; give us-a call. Inde pendent Class Co.. 11-11 Market Square. Mnln 5708 WAN I ED AUTOMOBILES IB FORDS Old ones and new onea. Will pay highest cash prices. Rice Bros. Au. i Co.. 17 Kossvllle ave. and 82U Hi. Main st. Main 649. BUSINESS SERVICE Building. Heating, Plumo.no It CORNES. the plumber. 207 WMlow su Hi a hist i d Park. Hemlock 124. KHIOLsfb -For sale No. I aad No. 3 pine, prime and bst cypreeo. clear Oregon, cedar and asphalt. Phone or write ue for prices Lookout Plan Ing Ml IN. Chattanooga. Tenn. FURNACE W RK All kinds of sheet metal work and furnace work a epe ctslty. 1471 Market st. Phone Main IMS. BUSINESS SERVICE REPAIRING 17 FUKNITURB repairing. We know how. Standard Upholstering Co., 131 SL main si. Ham ui JEWEL. MATTR&88 CO. PHONE MAIN 8663 613 WHITESIDE 8T. UUPAIIUNO QUICK SERVICE SHOE HOSPITAL 111 W. TH ST. READ HOUSE MAIN 969. WORK CALLED FOR AND DELIVERED REPAIRING 3100 reward for any etove Dac-us can't repair. Main 2725. 841 E. Main St. SHINGLES For sale. No. 1 and No Sine, prime and best cypress, clear regon, cedar and asphalt. Phone or write us tor prices, uooaoui nan- Ing Mills. Chattanooaa. Tenn. PAINTING, PAPERING. II B 4 U PAINT or neper C Camp. C. I Camp & Co.. 137 E. Main st. Call Main 6111. INTERIOR DECORATIONS Does your home lack harmony? Try bright Drettv wall paper for Immediate and definite results; no trouble to show you the best products in wall paper. We also do painting; work guaranteed. L. H. West, 817 Cherry st.. Main 2227 or Walnut 7188, SHINGLES For sale. No. 1 ana No. 1 pine, prime and best cypress, clear Oregon, cedar and asphalt. Phone or write us tor prices. Lookout flan- ing Mills. Chattanooga, Tenn. Pressing, Dyeing, Cleaning. If CLEANING and pressing. Main 4236 ladles work a specialty. Liberty Dry Cleaning Co. CLEANING and pressing; work called for end delivered. Shaw Dry Cleaning co. Main 886. CLEANING and pressing. Call M. 4116: Ladles work a specialty. Liberty ury Cleaning Co. LOOK your best on Xmas day. Send your suits to us to clean and press. We do It for $1.25; quick delivery. Chamberlain Dry Cleaning Co., 9 B. 4th st. Walnut 6395. WEST side Dry Cleaning Co. Hats cleaned, blocked; work caned tor ana delivered. Main 3660. Moving, Trueking, Storage SO SERVICE TRANSFER CO., Main 3391; night phone Main 1495; rename Haul ing of any kind. 812 Pine st. EMPLOYMENT HELP WANTED FEMALE. H CLERKS Over 17, for postal man bu. vice. 8126 month: examinations Jan uary; experience unnecessary. For free particulars write R. Terry, former ;...,' 13..- 1 70 cUui ... ..,.,,., Tun i 1 tal bldg., Washington, D. C TEACHERS WANTED High school, grades, villages prlnclpalships, $75 to $200; January openings. Give full par ticulars first letter. Foster's Teach ers' Agency, Atlanta. Ga. (established 1905). ' HELP WANTED MALE 25 BOYS White boys wanted, 16 or so, for messenger and office work. 215 Hamilton Bank bldg. COOK Wanted, experienced cook either white or colored, for private hotel; about 30 boarders; good wages. Servants Dept., Tenn. Copper Co., Copper Hill. Phone 187. "YOUNG man with foresight, nerve and ability to make small investment to take active Interest in established construction concern. Drones and those afraid to soil their hands with work don't answer. Box SO, cire News. 8ALE8MEN AND A "ENT8. M AUENT8 ana canvassers make big money selling, nationally advertised Aspirin Tablets. Staple as sugar and coffee; a necessity In. every house hold; 200 per cent, profit. Write for prices. American Specialty Co., Mem phis, Tenn. RAILWAY mall examinations Jan. 16; begin $183 a month; traveling ex- Senses paid; questions free. Colum ns Institute, Columbus. O. SITUATION8 WANTED Female 27 MAN familiar with accounting and bookkeeping; also compiling Income taxes. Address Expert, care News. SITUATIONS WANTED Male 28 POSITION wanted as doorman. F. Byrne. Main 641. Tom FINANCIAL MONEY TO LOAN. 26 CITY LOANS We can make you a loan on your city property, residence or business, quickly and at low rates. Chickamauga Trust Co.. 8th and Broad sts. , FARM LOANS ut low rates and without delay. Chickamauga Trust Co., 8th and Onnd sts. MONEY TO LOAN on Improved real estate In city limits. W. B. Swaney. 806 James bldg. MONEY TO LOAN on Improved city property, from 3 to 6 years. See Mac rae & Stuart, 116 E. 8th St. Msln H0IIL LIVE STOCK BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES. 31 FOR SAS'l or trade, a good, Utile busi ness, me location, iir. .JX good reason for selling; would selTone-half interest. Address "E. F," care News. DOG8, CATS, PETS. 36 N. 55. RED RABBITS Another line pair, pedigreed and registered, the buck already a three times prise winner, 322.50 per pair. A fine Christ mas present. Cook. Hemlock 249. HORSES. CATTLE. VEHICLES 87 COWGood milch cow. Call Mr. Young, Main 2057. POULTRY AND SUPPLIES 88 PULLETS White Leghorn pullets and eggs. Hem. 1287. MERCHANDISE ARTICLES FOR SALE ANTIQUE FURNITURE FOR SALE. M'CRACKEN BROS.. 123 CARTER ST. ANNOUNCEMENT THE MASCOT RANGE IS THE ONLY RANGE IN THE WORLD THAT THE HEAT GOES ALL AROUND THE OVEN. CALL AT OUR DISPLAY ROOM AND SEE IT DEMONSTRATED AT 1012 MARKET ST. PHONE MAIN 2177. ADDING MACHINES The ten-key Dalton and other makes In slightly used at bargains See them at 626 Broad st. Msln 4t).T AMMUNITION and Shot guns. We have a fresh stock of Winchester cartridges and shells, all sixes; prices reasonable. Crlsmsn Hardware Co.. 611 Market st. Miln 8342. "Look for the WgknKe Bli'Yt'LKS Hoys' and girls' bicycles. $26 to $36. East Main St. Bicycle Co . 301 E. Msln st. Phone Main 187. CRIB One Porter baby crib and ntal- trese: reasonable. Mala $St. THE CHATTANOOGA MERCHANDISE ArtTICHa FOR 3ALK. MBRCHANDI8E SOUTHERN SALVAGE CO. MONEY-SAVING PRICES WHY PAY THE REGULAR PRE VAILING HIGH PRICES FOR MERCHANDISE WHEN YOU CAN BUY IT AT THIS STORE FOR LESS AND CUT THE HIGH COST OF LIVING T BEST UNION-MADE OVER ALLS; $3 KIND $ 1.50 LADIES' OUTING OOWN8; REGULAR PRICE $3; NOW 1.00 GOOD YARD-WIDE SHEET ING; SAME AS YOU HAVE HE ION BUYING AT 26c NOW 10 GOOD TURKISH BATH TOW ELS; REGULAR 85c KIND; NOW GOVERNMENT BLANKETS; ALL PURE WOOL; $8.50 KIND; NOW GOVERNMENT BLANKETS (RECLAIMED) .50 6.60 4.95 U. S. ARMY COMFORTS 150 U. S. ARMY SLIP-ON SWBATI 1 1.96 U. S. A REGULATION SWEAT 1.95 4.95 .15 1.95 7.60 14.95 U. 8. ARMY O D. SERGE SHIRTS U. 8. ARMY CASHMERETTE SOCKS U S. ARMY REGULATION HATS U S, ARMY REGULATION OVERCOATS .. .... U. S. ARMY OFFICERS' OVERCOATS; $66.00 KIND; NOW U. 8. ARMY SHOES; RUS SIAN CALF; MUNSON LAST MEN'S FLEECE-LINED UN DERWEAR MEN'S HEAVY WOOL SOCKS 5Uo KIND .75 .35 .15 .36 .10 MISSES' RIBBED HOSE; PAIR LADIES' FLEECED - LINED . HOSE ONE LOT OF FINE BLEACH ING, S6c GRADE; NOW.... LADIES' FINE WOOLEN HOSE; $2 KIND; NOW .. $1.26 ONE LOT LADIES' KNIT UN DERSHIRTS .$5 1.65 $.95 .75 1.25 ONE LOT LADIES' KNIT UN DERSHIRTS MEN'S WEATHER PROOF WORK COATS MEN'S BLUE WORK SHIRTS MEN'S AND BOYS' HEAVY SWEATERS f JUST RECEIVED A NEW LINE OF FACTORY SAMPLE SHOES, FOR THE WHOLE FAMILY AT ABOUT HALF PRICE. MEN'S FINE NECKTIES IN INDIVIDUAL BOXES; $1 VALUES, FOR c BLANKETS REDUCED DOUBLE COTTON BLAN KETS; $4 KIND I 1-96 DOUBLE COTTON BLAN KETS: $5 KIND 195 DOUBLE WOOL KNAP BLANKETS; $7 KIND 4.95 UNDERWEAR REDUCED BOYS' AND GIRLS' UNION SUITS; $160 KIND; NOW.$ .95 LADIES' UNION SUITS; $2 KIND; NOW 1-25 LADIES' VESTS AND PANTS $1.60 KIND; NOW 96 MEN'S HEAVY FLEECED UNDERWEAR, GARMENT. .76 140 LADIES', MISSES, AND CHIL DREN'S COATS, BOUGHT AT A BIG DISCOUNT AND WILL COST YOU ABOUT HALF THE REGU LAR PRICE. SHOES! SHOES!! SHOES!!! WE HAVE 1,800 PAIRS OF SHOES FOR MEN, WOMEN AND CHIL pREN. THESE ARE PRICED i)n THE MARKET AND WILL BE SOLD REGARDLESS OF VALUE. LOOK THESE OVER AND SAVE MONEY ON YOUR SHOE BILL FOR THE FAMILY. IT WILL PAT YOU TO COME IN AND LOOK OVER OUR REM NANT COUNTER. THOUSANDS OF YARDS OF GOODS OUTING, PERCALE, GINGHAM, CANTON. FLANNEL AND SHEETINGS, AT GREATLY REDUCED PRICES. SOUTHERN 8ALVAOE CO. THE BARGAIN STORE 619 MARKET ST. CORNER SIXTH ST. NEWS: CHATTANOOGA, TENN, WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 22, 1920. MERCHANDISE ARTICLES FOR BALK M COAL Good grade, reasonable. Deltv ery any W. 71$l. where. N. 8. Long. M. 36W. COAL 4 have the beat grade of run of -mine coal. Will deliver at your door for $10 per ton. Wal. 6747. It. ffcliaian. roAIA mod urate ate, $7.50. Delivered any wnere. can rmmioQK leio. COAL For sale, good domeeiio coal. ss.au ana up a ton. di saain- COAL Domestic and steam coal d Uvered to any part of city; $7 to $7.60 Kir ton. Middle Creek Coal Co., Ida 175. COLUMBIA grafoaolas and Columbia records are sold by us. 'Come In and let us demonstrate to you. The best talking maciiines made. Stulce-Yar-nell Furniture Co., 301 E. Main St. coKNhlLL wall board for aale; beet on the market. Phone or write for prices. Lookout Planlnr Mills. Chattanooga Tenn. DIAMOND and platinum wrist watch very reasonable, can Hem, sen DIAMOND ring and bar pin for sale can H. i6a. DIAMOND RING Private party wants te sell beautiful diamond cluster ring. 14 stones; moderate price. Call and see at Jahnke, 1 E. 8th at. FOR HALE At all leadlna arocers. new Moccasin Bend Meal, either bolted or water ground siyie; insist upon me Moccasin Bend brand. Tenn. River Mllllna Co. FURNITURE 6-ft. floor case, bread case, elegsnt soda fountain, with back cabinet with 10-ft. mirror, restaurant round tables and chairs, furniture household good. 311 W. 9th st. GRAFONOLA FOR SALE I have a Urafonola, new, lust bought three weeks ago. cost $140, will tske $66 today: must sell. Call Main 1725. GIVE THE KIDDIES KOF-FIG Instead of coffee. It makes them neaitny. LUMBER 1.000 loads of lumber con aiming or lx4's. 6, 8 and 10 Boards, and 6-Inch flooring, 1 to 6 feet long at $1.50 por load. Nothing delivered. American House wrecking Co.. L,ytie On., Phone Hem. 166. LARGE new government food chop- .rum, wi -.wv . T ' Special reduced prices on smaller ataes. S to vail Hardware Co., 806 Mar MANTELS Two wood and two Iron mantels, grates ana everyimng com plete. Can be seen at 619 Oak. G. W. Ballard. Hem. 1079. MOTOR One 3 H. P. motor in good condition, new brass bearing!; one $110 patching machine for $85. Ridge dale Shoe Hospital. MEAL At all leading grocers, f7h Moccasin Bend Meal ground rrom new nam. and selling at less than half price cheapest flour. Tenn. River Mining co "F. 1 u trr uumTu 'nan' lust received a shipment of reclaimed O. D. army shirts that will be sold cheap. . . I . , . , ... ... PLAYER PIANOS Special prfce and terms uuring nonaays: useu iu"u, sso. iveny music CO.. sts faraet si PiTSE smoked pork sausage. Ed Mans, (18 liroad st. ' PLANER 14x6, 12x6 and 24x6 PLANER AND MATCHERS. GENERAL MA CHINERY CO., 1011 CHESTNUT ST. PONY Medium slse. brown and white gentle and safe for children. Also cart, harness and saddle. Main 2;IKS. PIANO WANTED Late model Chand ler In perfect condition, good cord tires, to exchange for a Baby Grand piano of standard make. Don't answer this unless you have a good planO and want a good car. Address Chandler, care News. ROOFING Fur suie, aaubaiu all grades guurantred. Ask for prices, lok qui Planing Mills. Chtttanooga. Tenn SAVE cdAL Clean your EKlmney, pipes and furnaces witn hoot uk STROYER: large boxes, 86c. Stovall Hardware Co.. 906 Market st. "Tbe II" 1 1 ' , J nw, STORE and office fixtures, furniture and , . . . - . . .1 ,, . CJ .. I nousenotu hooub. r. x-. juniei wi vage Co., 101 B at., just south of 9th. Main 1138, SHINGLES For sale No. 1 and No. 1 Sine, prime and best cypress, clear regon, cedar and asphalt. Phone or write ua for prices. Lookout Plan ing Mills, Chattanooga, Tenn. SHARPENING We sharpen everything that needs an edge. We sell tne nest cutlery of all kinds. The Cutlery Shop. 16H E, Seventh at. Main 1128. good 75o a pair. Royal Jung co., mo a st. Main 4649. ' THREE 8ILOS and 1 mules for sale or will exchange for feed. Home Ice Co., Main 4900. TYPEWRITERS and adding machines. we sen an mares; renuuu anu Chattanooga Typewriter Co., Main 4114. VICTROLA BRAND NEW VICTROLA AT A REAL BARGAIN. MAIN 2231. WALL BOARD for sale. We have the best. Phone or wrue us ior prices. Lookout Plaining Mills. Main 94. wMlTfc enameled, nickel plated Com blnation gas and coal range ior saie. W. L. Muallek, "the Gas Man," 623 Cherry st. Walnut 6466, XMAS GIFT SUGGESTIONS 39-A BULBS Xmas tree tree decorations, bulbs In various colors and sir.es. SOott-Beeler Electrical Co.. 1143 Market st. Main 6499. BICYCLES for a""rl or boy. Give them a bicycle that la conducive to recrea tion and health. The Bike Shop, 111 W flth at. Main 5415. BICYCLES for aale' st lass than thsy cost me todsy; also tires and somn other things at prewar prices. Ed Marler, 917 Market St.. phone Msln 1600. ESSEX Surprise your wife with an icatex car cnristmas. eriu vw fr. ftwiarf at r.lh fit FOR XMAS trimmings, fruits, appi'. Tangerines, grapes, an !" candiee and Xmas trees. Get them H Moses' Fruit Stand, 406 Market a I . URN1TURB Is' always welcome on Chrlstmaa. We have the largest and moat beautiful varied stock In Chat tanooga. G. O. Sanders, 210 W. 9th st. Main 161. GLASS With Xmss oay fast approarn- Ing and om oanta ana ins rsmu-y coming don't let him feel a frigid atmosphere Inside every home with a warm welcome. Have .those broken windows put In by skilled workmen and done with a guarantee; estimates furnished; no Job too large and no Job too small. Call The Warren Bros. Co. Inc., "The Old Reliable Glass House." 818 Market st. Main W") JEWELRY Our stock Is replele In vs- riety snd unequaied values: wria watches, lavelliers, parasols, toilet and manicuring sets, vanity cases, gents' watches, silk parasols. Visit our store. We have other articles too numerous to mention.. She or he will be proud If It comes from Hodges, the Jeweler. Ill Market st LARGE ASSORTMENT OP EASTMAN KODAKS AND FILMS. ALBUMS. XMAS CARDS, MKMORT BOOKS. BABY BOOKS. ALL SIZES AND PRICES. VIOLET STUDIO 91 MARKET ST. EXPERT KODAK FINISHERS LIFE INSURANCE For your wife snd family wnst could tte more eppropn ete then a life Insurance policy assur ing thsm that their Chrlstmaa will continue should you die todsy. A policy with the broadest Meld of pro tection from a company with millions of aaseta. OaS or aee c J. Hebert, manager .International iJTe of Mis souri. 49 Chamberlain bldg.. Chatta- Phone Main H MERCHANDISE xmas gift uaorriONa i-a FOLDERS Your Kodak picture in one nf ml, ' .M-a .... b . win1lflll Ylllll cards. Shannon, the Kodak Man 736 V4 Merkst st. , HUME OIFTS-Olfts for the home: Aluminum ware, all sorts, all and kinds. Why not an aluminum act perciilafor or Berlin kettle, fancy por celaln pieces, all varletlea, front room suite, rockers, tables, ranges chirro robe, rugs, heaters. Why not a nice floor linoleum. ' blankets, comforts? Don't buy till you talk It over with us. We will make It for less. Close Furniture Co., 411-414 Market st llOMB Make It a home, the Christ maa gift supreme; a home to call her own. We have the choicest bargains in town: easy payments, c. v. mown Bros., 108 E. nth at. Main 1071. ORANGES 60 CENTS PECK ORANGES $2.76 BUSHEL COME TO THE ORANGE GROVE AND GET YOUR CHRIST MAS ORANGES DIRECT FROM GROVE TO CONSUMER Oranges, lOo dosen; 10 oranges and 4 to 1 grape fruit In market banket, $1; 41 oranges In market basket, $1; 1$ to 33 grspe fruit. $i. ORANGE GROVE 103 W. 9th St. PHONOGRAPHS AND PIANOS THE STARR WHY NOT MAKE IT A GIFT THAT WILL MAKE A CHRIST- MAS EVERY DAY IN THE YEAR AND ENJOYED BY THE WHOLE FAMILY. WE HAVE SEVERAL FINE PHONOGRAPHS. PLAYER PIANOS AND PIANOS; EITHER OF THESE WOULD MAKE UN ENDING PLEASURE. WE WILL MAKE REASONABLE TERMS; OPEN EVENINGS. STARR PIANO CO Ul M.MCJtNT ST. MAIN 3736. PICT'JRH FRAMING SHANNON. THE KODAK MAN T15H Merket St. Main I860 PHOTOS-Mske a happy remembrance. Have you had a anting r ajso post cards made In 10 minutes. People s Photo Studio, 10 E. Ith at. SCISSORS Genuine Wlas scissors at 80 per cent, reduction mis wess; iiw Cattaraugus pocketknlves, the best quality we know how to buy. Stovsll Hardware Co., 906 Market at., and ,-,..1-....,.. 1 1 , ...I ... i - tyt 111 Market at. SHOES Get your shoes and clothing fi.r Mum coat for Christmas. L Csih, 3Q4 E- tn at SUGGBSTIONS for kiddlea Chrlatmaei 1 ....II w. . .-I - iikllJr.H , 1 1 P ,1 1 IJOIIB, UOII uugKIVB. w,imM ...- ture. kid dressers, tables, rockers, and chslrs, toy .stoves, carta, waanna, coaster wagons, tricycle, wheelbar rows rocky horsea. See our line be fore you buy. We will aave you money. Close rurnlture Co,. 433-484 Mnrket st. , TURKEYS . TURKEYS tukm HEADQUARTERS FOR CHOICE MIDDLE TENNESSEE TURKEYS. IN ADDITION WW HAVE A FIN 10 COLLECTION OF GEESE. HENS, DUCKS. ROASTING CHICKENS. ETC. SEE WHAT WE HAVE TO OFFER IN THE POULTRY LINE. ' R, L. WEST PRODUCE CO. (OPPOSITE MARKETHOUSE U MARKET HQ. MAIN 1113. TOYS TOYS TOYS A large assortment of toya and dolls for the kiddles; also serviceable kitch en utensils for her. Make them iT.ppy. 8. 4k D. Mercantile Co., cor ner B, 9th and King sts. TOYS TOYS TOTS See Crlsmsn's Xmas toys; hundreds of nlcs things. Something for every body; prices reduced. CHISMAN HARDWARE CO. Main 3341. 511 Msrkst St. "Look for the Big Knife." TOYS Do your Chrlstmaa shopping witn us anu nave n one place and delivered with one de livery; toys, wagons, ranges, floor coverings, rockers, blankets, chlfto robes, comforts. Close Furniture Co.. 432-434 Market st , WANTED You to know that Moccasin Bend Meal Is now bring ground trom new corn, and la whiter, sweeter, bet ter than ever; can be had either bolted or water ground style. Insist upon the Moccasin Bend brand. Tenn. River Milling co. HOUSEHOLD GOODS 40 Mahogany library sOiTi-Thrae- Siece rrencn siyie, upnuisiemu lue and tan velour; also one oak writ ing desk, suitable, for Christmas pres ent, cap main jipi. GOOD THINGS TO AT. BAuW56MR-l.st rec.lved " a lot " or country bAekbone and sparerlbs, 13a lb. My trunk goes to Missionary ridge dally. Call Hem. 2100-3101-2102. f. W. Henlsy, Hlfhlsnd Park. WANTED--You to know that It la economy to eat Moccasin Hand Meal, selling at lass tnan hair the price of cheapest flour. Tenn. River Milling Co. WANTED TO BUY. CLOTHING, second-hand bought and sola. 304 b, Ita at. Main win, FURNITURE Wanted to Buy good sscond-hand furniture. Close rurnl ture Co., 483 Market st. ! I 'ItNlTUIIE wi.nto.1; aee.iid-haiidof nil kinds. Phone Main . MEN'S SECOND HANI' clothing. Eagle Loan office. 11 K. 9th st. Call Muli) (041. FURNITURE Wanted to buy second hand furniture; will pay full price. Call 5611 OLD GOLD' and silver waiitcd. Bauer's Jewelers. 906 Msrket at. "aivCOMb?aU;.B 'JJ CO T H i N G; oaat pticee PSllH, 84 W III h at Main I4t. ROOMS AND BOARD ROOMS WITH BOARD. 47 rilKltltY sT , 72" Rooms and board. popular prices. GA' AVK ." 730 Main 3681. Room and board. ROOMS WITHOUT BOARD. 41 l INi!LY "furnished moms, $(. to $lu week, about asms rates for two persona per room. Elegant ladles parlor, piano, vlctrola, with many finest records. fre bathe, frequent entertainments, etc. CICNTRAL HO TEL. Ninth and Market streets, "the homelike hptel with a clean reputa tion." questionable characters need not apply. ( I.DaR ST., 114 Furnished front room in'prlvate home. Walnut 768, Ft kNIMIIKD front room for rent l ull Main tt. GKOltoiA AVE . "10 Three connecting unfurnished rooms, also one large room completely furnished for house keeplng. Main 6160. LAUGH front b-dr...M,i (oriii-h",l . hoi snd cold water: privets family; cheap. Walnut tti. NK'KLir 'furnished ftont neon '" tleman; bath, steam hast, lights. ( ell Main 4406, ROOMS lo rest to two biiainesa oi.n or two gentlerpen; will serve brrakfaat at 6 o'clock, dinner If dealred. St. .Pmp. QUI Main 48. ROOMS Three room's on Missionary ridge; adults only. HenOock III. Hf ICLMO Two rooms aad bitenenette. lo.,,,,. Main 1I& W. JTH ST., (33 Two rootrcomplila 7 famished for housekeeping. Cell Meln 3131. ROOMS AND BOARD ROOMS FOR HOUSEKEEPING 41 APARTMENT Nicely furnished a Dart ment, 4 rooms, all conveniences, close in; want young couple to share same i wiciwdt gjKun.ngwq. wain sets. APARTMENT For rent, three-robm apart men t to parly buying furniture; both lights, gas; private entrance; one year iaa or more. 306. Palmetto at CH K.HTNOT ST.. 411 Two loom. rur nlshed for housekeeping; close In; ref erer.cea. Msln 6766. E. TERRACE, It Four unfurnished connecting rooms. APARTMENT Wanted or 4 rooms and bath, close In. Main 4401. REAL ESTATE FOR RENT HOU8E8 FOR RENT. 63 ALTON PARK Two, three-room houses In Alton Park, 48d at., In flrat-claaa condition; have electrlo lights, water turnisnea, sio.uv MACRAE A PTUART 116 B, 8th St. Main 141 MISSIONARY RIDGE 8-room house $46 per month. J. R. Johnston. Wal nut 7466. BUSINESS PLACES FOR RENT 64) STORE room on boulevard, 10x50, with three living rooms In rear. See us for price. Macrae 4k Stuart. Main 141 HOUSES FOR BALK. FOR SALE FOUR-ROOM cottage at Rldgedale, one block from Oak at. car line, close to school $2,600 N. CHATTANOOGA BARGAIN 5 -room cottsge, close to achuol. full slaa lot. only $1,400 M'CALLfR AVB. BARGAIN 7-ronm furnace heat, $7,000; $1000 cash $60 per montn. I. A. BROWN 105 W. 9th St. Main till. DUNCAN AVK.-Weat end of Park: I story, (-room house, full lot, for 84,500; better than prewar price enough said: $1 .000 cash, balance easy. Call Walnut 7456 tonight or Main 81 tomorrow. HOMES SPLENDID HIGHLAND PARK HOME Two-story, 7-room modern home, In clinllna hot water hent. located In the best part of the Park; $7,600; terms can be arranged. HIGHLAND PARK COTTAGE. $1,160 on easy terms, will buy 4-room cottsge; new roof, newly painted, on iiiii siso lot; immeoiate possession. CLOSE IN CITY HOME Good 5-room house In good condition: hutii, electric lights, good furnace gas for cooking; located In good ni'iKiiboriionii; now vacant; immedi ate possession. C. W. Danlei will be glad to show you tin -ae propel I lea. JOHN R. EVANS Realtor. 114 E. 7th St. Main 448-681. LOOKING for a home T. Yes I "Call ma, Johnston. Main li mint, wai. iw NEARLY 10 ON TOUR MONEY Get this bargain for an Investment four apartments, close In, In town, for colored; on paved street, for only $1,750; essy terms or will do belter for all cash, cull Hnglehardt tonight 6117, or tomorrow 4117. REAL ESTATE AH klnda rentala and loans; oldest In city. V. Brown nro Farms and Land For Bala. M REAL 10HTAT10 sold; also a Una lot of envelopes. Call Knglenardt tonight Msln 617. Real Batata For Exchange. M VACANT LOTH Wanted " to trade 11 vacant lota, valued $1,100 cash for automobile. Phone Main 957 or 4846 WANTED REAL ESTATE. 66 HA UK SBRVICE, SAFETY. List your your property for sale or rent with Albert V, Walker, 916 Vol. bldg. Call Walnut 7060. f LAUQH WITH US 1 He had been steallnx lam again and had been aeverely chastised by his mother. When father and son were alone the fond parent could aee thr.t Tommy had been greatly Impressed. "Well, my aon. he aald, "I hope you have learned a lesson." "Yes he anawered feelingly, "I have, but tell me, daddy, at what age do these hostilities really cease?" "Ethsl," ha whispered, marry met" "I don't know, Charlie, "will you she replied coyly. "Well, when you find out," he said, rising, "aend me word, will you? I shall be at Mabel Hick's until lo o'clock. If I don't hear from you by then I am going to ask her," Shs hurried up, "Do you know anything about palm istry, Herbert T" she asked. "Oh, not much" he answered with an air of modesty. "Not a great ileal, although I bad an experience last night which might be considered a remark able example of art you mention. I hap pened to glance at the hand of a friend, and I Immediately predated he would presently become the possessor of a considerable amount or money. Be fore he left the room he had a nice little sum handed to him " "And you foretold that from his han.IT" "Yea. It had four acres In It." Two friends were discussing a third, who had Just had a business rrash. "That settles Tom." aald the first. "His rise was rapid. He climbed high. Hut sum-ess spoiled him, and ha la now down and out." With a thoughtful smlls the other added: ' "One reason why there'e always room st the top of the ladder la that so many people, once they get there, become giddy snd fsll off.'' CANADIAN CROP REPORT Ottawa, Ontario, The dominion bu reau of statistics has Issued a bulletin giving In definite figures the areee aown lo various crops In t'anada this year and the yields per sore. The total In acres wsa aa follows, compaiatlve figures for 1819 bring given In brsrkets: Wheat. II 388.174 (ItTlti. (61); oats. 11,141.118 II4.V13.1II): bar lay. 3.661.919 ( 3.646.669): ry. 649.al 73l,vl. j.caa. 184,846 (210.3M): beans. 78.163 ( 68.577): buckwhsst. 878.476 (444. 733): (las, 1.418,164 (1.993,116); mlied grains. 311.634 (801.413): norn for husk ing, 10,814 ( 344.607): potatoes. 764.541 (811.747); turnips, etc., 380.186 (117 14): hay and clover. 10.178.393 (tn.l'H -3U); alfalfa, 336.164 (336.846): fodder com, 6U.977 ( 611,746). For oats the area returned for 1810 la the hlgheet on record. The average yields In bushels per acre as compared with the averages for 119 In ormrkete, are aa follow! Wheat, 18 fl): oats, Jr, C4I4), bar ley. U (3111); rye. it (US): pass. 194 I4: neans. 90 ila'.i buck wheat. ', c'8',1. Aai, 7t (3); mlsrd grains inv (3D: corn for huaklng. 47H (44). The provisional estimates of the total vlrlda of these croDa In huah- ele Is as follows: Wheat 11 (MH) (IM,3.4O0); oats. 143.08ll.ooi) U84.387. OOO): barley. 68.6 (KM (64.18. 400) ; rve 13.1M.004) (lt.M1.4M): ea. $.T3.w (8.406.300); beans, 1,435.800 (1,388,600); buckwheat, II, 1)116,600 (10,650,800); flag, 10,760.000 (5.472,800); mixed gralna. 11, 417.000 (37. 851. 7o(l); com for huaklng, 11,666,000 (16.040,600). The yield of oats for 1(10 Is the highest on record. GOLF LINKS AT GATUN COST EIGHT MILLION Sporty Course in Panama Oa nal Zono Was Laid Out on Gigantic Gatun Dam. Gatun. Canal Zone. (I. N. H.) The n- ut expensive golf course In the world Is t oasted by Gatun. An $8,000,000 golf course seems wild dream of iportdom, yet that la Just what the employee at tha Oatun locks enjoy This will probably bring visions of great extravagance Into the minds of many, for It smacka of waste fill expenditures. These worries are uaeles, however, for Gatun'e 38.000 000 golf course Is a necessity to world commerce and a benefit to some forty five American men stationed In this Jungle spot The 3S. 000. 000 anlf course Is the area Oatun dam, the dam which made the Panama canal sii,-i easful, and it Is only a coif rotii'so becauae It offers a moat convenient space for links and because tho employes at Gatun locks had sum dent Initiative and energy to lay nu one of the annrtlest courses In th world over tho top of these acres and acren of hutlded dam. "Jack" Walsh, who calla Jersey City hla home, but who has lived on the canal since the first American atram shovel pushed Its nose Into the tropica soli of Panama, la lamely resnonalglt for the Gatun golf course. "Jack" Is foreman In charae of construction Gatun. He la responsible for keepln th Gatun dnm and the Gatun splllwa In th beat ot condition. In his spsre time "Jack" worka on the Gatun golf course and his associates spend many of their apare houra with him rolling fairway and cupping greena. President-Elect Trie It President -elect Harding, Senator Frellnghiiysen, of New Jersey, and Hen ator Hale, of Maine, recently played over the Gatun course and pronounced It tbe sport lest course they had ever played. Tim first nolo is it yaraa ana lo make It the plaver must drive down a fifty-foot wide fairway wnn tne can ama canal as a iinsiiru on one sine, an u nttv-fool wall aa the hasard on th other aide. The second hole, some 100 yards. Is a drop from the top of th Gstun locks to the bottom of Gatui .ohm Th third hole Is nlavctl tin th side of the dam. The fourth hole la laid alona 300 yards of the front far Ing o( the dam, and It la necesssry lor tne player to nrive un mo Ditched at an angle of 30 degreea to ward Gatun lake. It was on this hob o,.i Nanatne D'rallnahuyaen loaf elbn balls In Gatun lake the first tlms he played the course. After the first four holes the course approaches any dimcuil course in in ll.iltM.I HtntAS New players go ovr the nine holes at Gatun with weeping and gtinBhlnK of teeth. Tet the look tenders, the -l.nlrlelana snd the lilacksmlliH and mechanics of Gatun looks, who play the course dally, piay amng ooyioua . ,k. Itaaaeria mantal and other wise, and turn In cards allowing 40 and 46 for nine holes over the world s most expensive and moat hasardoua golf coure. Vanderbilt an Inventor. hi. Hint neu -Himner reporters must shine Iholr own shoes, Cornelius V underwit, Jr., lias lurueu uh-h"". the pstent rights for a pocket shoe shining outfit having Been received by him. The Invention of the shoe shining outfit, says the worM's richest re portei,"rwlll not dete him from his Intention to become the "beat reporter In tha world," as wen as me rjcnw.i. Young Vanderbilt will attend to the details of his patent, see that hlaplcket .1... i, i, ,,i, ,,,,im la manufactured ml ugnln center nis enons " iii scoops" for III paper. - .,,.!. -... r- v- man wants to Shin i.i. ...... .ki" aald the reporter, but the average man dlsllkaif to get hi hands dlrly anil nia nnger naii .o.-. with ahoe polish. It's like the. case of the safety raaor. All men use i shave themselves and aave money, but r.'7 .1,. ..rmv raaor was Invented. the average man was afraid of cutting hla face. The saieiy raaor e tho danger of cutting one's face while shaving and Instantly million of men started In to shave themselves. "When a person shine his own shoes he must first look around for ," "'"" polish, men una inn mum - oci.". a soft rag to put on the final polish. My patent consist of a hollow tube, about nine Inches long and as big around as the tube In which aliavlng soap carried, wunin amaller tubes filled with he polish hlch may i aijueeaeu i n..t. and nrusnsn on mo win"-" out soiling the hands. Attached to each OBlToJ the bigger tube s a nice can easily carry the entire outfit In his vest pocket. When used by a mil lion man tha outfit will save 150,000 a day for the men of America, or more than $6,000,000 a year. Of couree. more ; i nno ooo men would uae th .1 ...1- aaliltt Till- Iftlt Ilflill IMlllMII. "' pocket shoe shining o"'-" . , This Is the second patecnt taken out by the young reporter. The first was opta.ned on" a new type o .revolver made to be entirety concealed In he i.i. .n i, lea of nrotecting the average man from highwaymen. Hut KTSi SSSk not shiMd with accurscy and nlana for Ita manufacture were abanuoneii. r - - True Oultnra. ..i.e. ( . I . .fnui-iial 1 I V ' 11 n ........ . ii.u.1, the eminent psycholo gist, once wrote, "There Is perhaps .no better definition of culture than It la he capacity for cosananiur '''-"''7 In range ana soourai j p . "'Thai I. oartalnly a very different thing from the mrimn i m , i l.. i.,... ,-.,., 11 1 nil to ua. Also. It Is something very different fjroga that did but general Idea of ouHure which held It lo be a species of educated re finement which set Its posseeanr shme and slm.f from the ordlnsry nroceasea of the World Both of th.se Ideea Imply somelhlng contracting, (tfl&k. In Mr. Dewey', definition there s. on the contrary, an empnaaia .... .ilnalon. It la his definition r some- hlng very like It whirn is oeing aided In America today. .,.. Tlie present Miesi 01 m vu..u..-. I... I- It., nnm who la able 10 . ' ' li' 1. 1 1 Mm . meet easily and without any degrada tion of his standards a wide range of people and situations in 01 tier awwha a culture ananiea uim - uauallv welcome no metter M8 M tlml. himself, In the society pf the very rich or th, very poor, to Coluinbue O. or In Honolulu. That Is the sort of ulture which our usiwr .'"- Im at snd which we believe they are trying to Inculcate. Education. (Herbert Hpencer.) Ilv science crmatant appeal la made Individual resaon. Ita truths sre not sccetded upon suihority sione. ui sll sre st liberty to teat them: nay. In msnv csaea. tha pupil la reiiulred tc hlnk out his own iiinciuaona. ten In a scientific c-oncluslon Is sub mitted to his Judgment. Me is mm lied to admit It witnoui seeing m he true And tne trust m nia uwn lowers thus priMlueed la further ln- iriaanl Dy tne eiiliaimu.I -i... ....... nsture Juatlflea his conclusions when hev are rorrecliy prawn. rrmn .i.i. ih.re rioua that Indetienden.e whleh la a moat vslusble element In haracter. r Mamma's Job. illusion Transcript ) What doee your father do" asked he iiriclpal. "rftan sir. he doeen't live with ua; mamma supimrts me. Well. then, bow ooea your nuuner earn her llvtngT UK. .,n n. id fur atavlns swav from papa." answered the child, artlessly. Extra Thrill. "Are caterpillars good to eat?" asked (tie Tommy at the dinner table. "No." aald hla father. What makee you ask a question like that while w are eating r , "Tou had on on your lettuce, but lt gone now." replied Tommoy. 11 PITY POOR HUSBAiWS EFFORTS TO PLEASE WIFE She Bosses Him, Curtails Hif Freedom, Deserts Him, Be cause He Is Hot Caveman. (Philadelphia Record.) It Is not such an easy thing to fee. husband as it looks. Th other day an Ohio Judge held that It was cruelty for a husband with five children to earn only $83 a month, and ordered 'jH pay $60 alimony, evidently with a purpose of compelling him to earn mo) by leaving the pulpit and worklag a a machinist. But Sadie married Louis Miller when he was a working man, and MNH owns a factory and they live on River side drive, and they are suing each other for separation, and Liouls Is so prosperous that the court gave Kadle alimony of 360 a month. Sadie's law yer explained that "this Is another case of the wife being good enough for the husband when poor and III moderate circumstances, but nut good enough when he becomes wealthy." A husbsnd In Camden was obliged to sleep on thethird floor and denied meals in his A house, and his wtfn ih spina for divorce on the ground of desertion, though, of courie, he had to desert at meal times In order to got anything to eat. Beverly Towle signed an ante-nuptial agreement that "my wife shall come first before everything and every body ami shall have my aalarjeH week. She shall be boss of the hou.nl and have everything to say about houw life, Including pleasure and comforts; , she must have outings and t heater when we can afford them. And yet his married life was not happy; he took advantasn of the fact that th nl,-,UIimi "Si i u I V4 iiui mw ...... ...... 1 1 .. I ..... JLA . .. r,,kit mrea gin. wno posea in tignis. Mors Domestic Storms. Nathaniel Herman, of Chicago, smoked stogies after going to bed and blew smoke In his wife's face, arid ah sued him for divorce. A chicken fan cier in Madison, N. J., complained that his wife killed his prlse-wlnnlng Or pington chickens hut would not let him eat them, and a New Jersey chancellor refused to give a divorce to either of , them. , An Important clttaen of Armenln " traction smashed hla wife's fall fe3ja net, whereupon she and her mother left the apartment, and she has so far ac oulred American habits thst aim I suing her husband for divorce 081 Mb ground of cruelty. A camnen woman sued for divoroe on the ground that tier husband beat her, gave her Iniufflclent money and re quired her to live with his mother. The vice-chancellor held that the Mat count was cruelty, and granted her a divorce. The beating and exeeasle economy miii ht caas. hut the mother- in-law settled the thing. noaroer Obisctsd to Husoann. A vesy painful case Is that of oman In White I'lslns. N. J., who told her dearest friend what a wonder ful husband she had. and tho friend tole the hiishand from her. What could the huabHiid do In such a caseT But the court granted an absolute di vorce. A man In Bayonne paid $3 for a wife and ahn wouldn't stay en the tiiemlsea, and st last accounts tie was trying to got hla money back. A man Hi Haltlmore oh ected to the star border at his wife's hoarding house, snd the hoarder offered to so elsewhere, hut the wife ssld her h na na 'ut only pan! the same board SS others, ami several boarders MsMslHI to him ami she preferred that he should leave. Th Judge left the matMHH her. Ait artist of New York snd Pari la Irvine; to recover tils collection of art objects which his wife has carries jK-i" A Philadelphia woman keeps helH band's vesta locked up and allows him one only whan they go out together. more is a grass widow in .New York who has put her husband's library In atorsgn In her own name, and there In one In Detroit who desalted her hua- nand but took hla 33.300 with her; and ha la advertlelng for her addraaa with the purpose of send Ins her aoanH $100 so that she can go further. A man In Tri llion would not kiss hla wife, but rend al meals and mails nasty remarks shunt her mother, and 8M went away and sued for divorce on the around of desertion. His own 01- puliation Is : "I nsver knocked bwm wife senseless In order to Impress upon her my regard. If 1 bad this t3H would never have developed. Too 868698) gentleness was my trouble." I he modern hiiKliiind has not tn nerve to practice the arts of the cave. man hi cnpturlng and retaining! MtSk woman, snd he has a Drettv hard time trying to keep her. HEALTH ADVICE (BY UNCLE SAM, M. O.) 1 Your Lung. Thoae who fi ar (bev have weak lunsw should remember that Fresh air tn plenty prevents renauaanw Hon. Mil nah Ine kills the germs that causa It. Choose sunny living room. OsanaSIH windows and let the air In even g) nflHj days. Keep the house clean, don't wait for spring. If a consumptive has movnit out of a room, give It snd the furniture a good scrubbing with soap and water. may in tn open air as much an pos sible. Seek outdoor work for It la vastly better for health than Indoor work. Keep tho feet dry. Breathe with deep. long, full fengJOsVB to carry the fresh air to evsry corner of your lungs. Do this every day for sev eral minutes In the wornlng and at night with the window open or while out of door. Breathe through th 8MH Irlls. and not through th mouth.. Muy simple rood milk and egga. 6B8M fresh meat, cereal, vegetables, and hotter and fruit. Live a regular Ufa. Get plenty f rt snd sleep. courage also I important. 8MH1 her If you have consumption yon) can ho helped and there ar good chance for being cured. werni. Q. Will you kindly Inform m aa to whether or not a vonng woman could sustain a "hernia?" Three year go 1 noticed a sllht diachsige running front the navel. Cately. It has become fttnok worse: In fact, ther I a dtsagi Miafep, odor coming from It. Please advia f I ahi.nl. I reuuiie an operation, and It rould be an "umbilicus hernia T". A Yea. women can suffer front hur ls, and an umbilical hernia Is no. - , common, liy all means nave tn nat- er attended to by a qualified nsOMISsBsl surgeon. Th condition may not rdMSMH a surgical operation. Tour description Is not that of a hernia: In hernia tbe re 1 la no open sore and no discharge. If It Is an umbilical hernia. It can prooamy on mplrtoly cured by a surgical Hon. Beady With Answer. 'Steaka anil lolnta to atlit sll ts." .. declared the printed nation In the window Th- hungry tramp passing bv observed it R.aeiilly. Then bracing himself for the coming Ordeal entered the ah, .p. Well, sir," aald the sa'.-man. coin- ng forward, and wnat can i uo ior OUT" . . The knkhl of the read ponder IOC moment, then remarked: "Look 'ere. auv'nor. you sav you'v got Joints to suit all pockets. WKj what t alKHit a chap with an fJHH ponket? What have you got for hlmT" The salesman smueu -I'ui afraid we ran only offer Hint th cold houldr." he snswered. Weds at Midnight Hour. (Washington Post.) Their children by previous marriage present. Including the Conrow n an Irl. whose future l me naw ni I fh leva I flahts now la th 4MtrtCt unr.-me court Amelie W V ConTOW, one-time society girl of New York, sn.l Rudolph J Bodmer. author M clubman, were married at 13:l tni morning, one minute auer vne iviom became free from her inarWag t Rot-ert W. Conrow. general sales man ager of th Central Foundry conu-an;. of New Tork. C.mroWs divorce, as " " odKe Lewis. vlce-chanceHor oBWH ersey. went Into envoi me nu oay. but neither party waa free to wmt until after mldnlsht. mldnlsht. te after 11 o'rtoolK Rev. vis. pastor of Weslsgwatf church, perform the One minute Titus B. Davl Preabytrrlan rlnggBeremony.