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He’s not too young right now to be taught the mighty important lesson of correct dress. Clot lies are the first and most apparent sign of self respect and good breeding. His playfellows will think more of him and he will have more confidence in himself if attired in Athletic Cut Clothes Without limitation w irl*f» lb* reputation or thl* at ore *fju*rely behind | what we have found to he the world'* h**t In boy clothing- the beat In atyle. In ul Idling, In wearing rapwetty. Timer elothea are not built for namby-pamby boys who never wear thing* out They am built for "regular" fel Iowa who Pt«y bard and In the excitement of the game don’t alway* re member their clothe* Thus they are reinforced at th* point* of greatest nrenr and tear— «aunch ly atttched—*trengthened wherever and however the atres* and atraln de mand. Prices $7.50 $12.50 Jolesch & Chaska Company The Big Stbre Since 1875. W« are haunter* for the I Ills County Sanitarian). I’hgrsHi for Baptist Women. The flour auxiliaries will m*et Monday In the different parts of town and the subject for study will bo “Our District School.” which i» Bnylor University. The presidents of tho auxiliaries will see that n program 1« rendered In the inixiHa- j tile*, giving much Information about I this school and its.needs.. The re port on Bailor lTnt varsity from the Tevas Bnptjst Annual will g’ve the desired information. COMMITTEE. The kind of printing that plenses at the J. T. Tucker’s, at Daily Llftbt office. • tf - .. . ” " "-I *s/ iys i. The way to cel tin* full |i|iite is to hunk your money KKtil'IiAKliY. No mutter how small your <te|MUut is. l!V\k It. As your balance crons, a fe> Ui«k of comfort, of security for the future, crows with it. The world looks brighter to you because, come wliat may, you and your family me secure against want. «fur Bank is a safe idurc for your money. Put YOt’R money in tit'If hunk. . We — Guaranty State Bank of Waxahachie, Texas. ♦ ♦’ • UN'UA • ♦♦♦♦♦♦♦«••••♦♦♦•# Are j (j attending the C hristian 1 n rlvai? * 190 ! The lut'y Light want column w|JL buy. well or eadiange anythin*. tf —* For fen! and fuel phone ttrod e id A Kentndy. Old phone 15. tf j For quirk results ur* the Dally i | IJght want etduin". tf < If you like got*I choral music go to Sim* library tomorrow night I Adv.) 1*1 j I It costa money to advertise, but j you can save money by following Curlin'* advertising.—< Adv. jThuratf —o— Hear lb* male quartet with the j Cathedral Choir at 81ms library to morrow night. —(Adv. i 1*1 -—H—r •fo get the best prices for any ar ticle you may have for sale It. Is ne<-e**ary that everybody know that! you bake somethin* for sale. Let the Daily Light want column tell them about ft. tf^ — o— Mrs. Cheat ham'» Sunday school i lass will be entertained at the par lor* of the Methodist church Friday ■ afternoon from 3 to f>. All members of the das* are urgently requested, to he present. If von like good choral music go to Sims library tomorrow night.— Hen V. Park has sold his residence 1 on Kerris avenue to Arthur Wicker. Mr. Park will leave soon for Mt. j Calm where he will in future reside.: — v Relatives in the city have received word that J. M. Meredith of Austin, who has been suffering, from a cat aract, has subniiCed to an opera tion, and is gettng ilong nicely. Dr. \\\ n. Worsham ot Kl Paso is at tending him. —o— A representative of this paper bad the pleasure of meeting with A. P. Mabry at the Old Hunters’ pirnle Wednesday. Mr. Mabry was born and reared in the vicinity of High Springs and is now 64 years of age. He is u son of It. C. Mabry for whom the Mabry lake was named. He says he can't afford to miss one of the gatherings because it brings the old-tinyrs together and recalls I the early day experiences in Kills county. Mr. and Mrs. F. M. Keys of Hollis, Oklahoma, parents of the quad ruples shown at the State Fair this fall, were in Waxahachie Wednes day afternoon enroute to South Prong where they will spend a few days at the home of Henry Curry. The four little girls, now seventeen months old, accompanied them and were the center of attraction as they sat clustered about the mother in their automobile. Mr. and Mrs. Keys are former citizens of Kills county. Mrs. Keys is the daughter of Sam Curry and Mr. Keys formerly work ed at the Planters' Cotton Oil com pany here. The children are enjoy ing fine health and perhaps are the only living quadruples known in the south. During the State Fair at l Dallas thousands of people visited t hem. Lyceum Course Sturts Friday. The Cathedral Choir, the initial number or the Lyceum course ar ranged for tills winter, will appear at Sims library on Friday night of this week. This attraction is pleas ing large audiences daily in Texas^ and the south nd will give the peo ple of Waxahaebie an opportunity to hear the best of singing. The committee in charge of the ticket sale reports the season tickets pret ty well sold and that there is a de mand for individual perfoimance tickets, for the Cathedral Choir will he one of the best attractions on tlie road. OBSERVE ANNIVERSARY 1 OF HISTORIC CHl'RCH -- l NEW YORK. Nov. 1*.—The one hundredth and fiftieth anniversary of the founding of St. Paul's chapel, Vesey street and Hroadway, or Old St. Paul's r-s it is now generally known, is being observed today in the chapel with sermon by the Right Rev. Oaniel S. Tuttle, presiding bishop of the Episcopal church. George Washington. Alexander Hamilton and scorer of others of the history makers of colonial days fre quently attended services at St. Paul's. Part of one of Washington's inaugurals was held there. Bishop Alfred Hardint of Wash-: ii Mon will preach tomorrow and ttiei Right Rev. Charles S. Lurch will! close the anniversary celebration with a service Saturday. I Saxon Six Auto Contest Latest Standing Tin* nurnlier »>f contestants are I narrow: a-. down to the real active workers. A red hot battle fot voles [ is now Roin, on »t.d Will Ret holler as the contest narrow* down to the 1 finish. Everyone shonld help their fa- ■ vortfe candidate, which von can do j by purchasing here or by paying j youh aetottnf* at either' of our two J *t©r®n. Again this week we will give ONE j III MUlFIt THOBHAM) VOTES to! the candidale selling the ntost stilt \ j BOOKS in dollars and ceuts during week ending November 8th. 0 3 Eva Williams. 2.045.640 6 Winnie McCartney.. . 3.023,855 12 Minnie Sue Goodlowe.. 2,181,850 16 Kuth Boozer. 6.777,210 20 Alice Howorth., 1 6.075.690 21 Km Callaway. 20,( 92,457 23 Thelma Cole.21.650,847 1 27 Allene Kuykendall... 2,678,393 21 Myrtle Shivers.. 2,499,875 ; - | Again we wish to call your nt- j tendon that the offer of EXTItA VOTES WITH BAYMENTS of 01,1) ACCOt'NTS will expire November 8th. Now is the time the last time —to conn' to the aid of your candi date. Curlin’s Two Drug Stores We are boosters for the Ellis County Sanitarium. OFFICER ROGERS LANDS BOOTLEGGER AT ENNIS Deputy Sheriff Harry Rogers was down at Ennis last night and laid a trap to catch a negro bootlegger operating in that city. He landed the big husky black after purchas ing booze through another party three different times. He found thirty-six pints of booze In the, ne gro's possession. A felony charge will be registered against the negro. Rogers has been camping on the trail of violators of the law in the Ennis and Palmer country and hr.s landed between thirty and forty cases during the last’ week. A negro by the name of Dave Bon ner was arrested yesterday at Pal mer on a charge of gaining. D. H. Thompson Lumber Company (Successors to H. I>. Timmons Lumber Co.) All kinds of Building Material, Brick, Lime, Cement, Sand, Paints, Glass and Wall Paper. We solicit a share of your trade. Waxahachie, Texas HIGHEST CLASS ENGRAVING Buy your Watches, Silver Belt Buckles, Ivory, in fact any thing In gold or silver where you get it engraved free ' of charge. We handle nothing but the , best. And our prices are guaran teed the cheapest. We duplicate any monogram or copy your original idea. THOMSON JEWELRY CO. Jeweler* and Optician*. Hotel Block We Are Stocking Up With new groceries all the time. Phono us for good grocei ies at cheat* prices. Lunches, fruits and candies for the school children. Telephone 238 ting 1 FARLEY CASH GROCERY »««•*•*•********* # ♦ # ri RMlMl \|| \TI«»V ♦ ;♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦•♦♦ Mt. and M.* M C. !»>er “r *in" ihiin. Mi**., were »|>*ndinK tit*1 day j in Wanli a hK* yesterday. Mr. and .Mrs Charle* K Le»"T1*| [Of Aaron* III., are vialtlor in ih'-j rity thi* wre* *•“ pti" >* of Mrs-( I .noons' parent*. Mr. and Mr*. J. !• i Wilson. __ _ __._ i linger* Hotel Arrivals. So! H. Herman. New York: C. A ( Schwann and wife. Detroit; B. M. I Hubbard. Chicago: K ‘'laughter. Ab-j ! il«ne; \V. O. Langley and wife. D:'l-j la*; 0. O. Hughes Dallas; F. A' j Waeehter, Galveston! Roy Lltsey.; St. Louis; W. A Chesinutt, Corsi-j caua; J. A Polk. Dallas; P. 8. Bry an. Waco; \v. H. Haunts, New York: j M. E .Atkins, Denton: H. Siegel, j aKusas City; M. C Dyer and wife. Windom. Miss.; J. B. Anderson. Wlndom. Miss.; J. L. Andrews, Dal las; Frank Page. Dallas; J. F. Jones, Louisville, Ky.; H. C. Hoffman, Min nesota; G. P. Kay, Dallas; S. J. Den nett, City; W. W. McDowell. M< Kin ney; F. Y. Lester, St. Louis; Richard Miller, Cleveland. O.; J. T. W'ley, Dallas; H. C. Hyslop, Chicago; F. M. Corbett and wife, Austin; C. Corbett and wife, Austin; J. O. Cochran, Ce-j dar Key, Fla.; C. C. Hightower. San Antonio; W. .1. Walsh, Round Rock; If. Taylor. New York. YOUNG PEOPLE’S SERVICE FORJOMGRROW RIGHT SPECIAL SERVICES TO BE HELD FOR THE V Of N't! PEOPLE AT THE CHRISTIAN CHI’RCH. There was another good service last night at the Main Street Chris tian church. There was a large con gregation to henr Rev. Graham Mc Murray, the evangelist, deliver his sermon on “Man, the Masterpiece.” They were well paid for their at tendance. There have been sever al additions to the church already, and two of the converts were bap tised last night at the beginning of the service. Services are held each day from 10 to 11 o’clock and are well at tended. The evangelist will speak especially to the young people on to morrow night and a great men’s meeting is announced for Sunday af ternoon at three o’clock. “The Glare j of the White Lights" is the subject! for tonight. The interest is increas- i ing in the meeting at every service. | HALLOWEEN PRANK PROVES SERIOUS IB NORTHSIOERS _ i HORSE DRIVEN TO SURREY SMASHED INTO UPTURNED CULTIVATOR I*OLNT8. Ahout the only serious casualty resulting from Halloween pranks oc curred on University avenue when Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Briggs and r,on and Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Ragsdale and baby were returning home from the Woodmen Circle box supper, Some unknown parties had dragged an old cultivator into the street and turned the plow points up. The horse of Mr. Briggs, drawing the ‘surrey in which they were riding, ran into the cultivator and one of the plow points dut an ugly gash in ' its breast. Coming in contact with the cold steel caused the animal to stop so suddenly that Mr. Ragsdale and baby were thrown from the sur rey and sustained bruises. The horse's wound is rather serious but the occupants of the vehicle escaped with slight bruises. The fact that the plow points had been turned indicates a wilful purpose of the per sons responsible for the accident, yet it. is hard to believe that one so base is out from behind the bars. ; If you contemplate marriage this fall let us print your marriage invi tations or announcements. J. t. Tucker, job printing, “that's all,” at the Dally Light office. tf , Notice, K. of P. ( All members Stonewall Lodge No. 13 are requested to meet at Castle hall promptly tonight at 7:30.. Come and bring a brother with you. J. B. CLEARY, C. C. V. TRIPPET, K R. S. Heavy Ruin On French Front. LONDON, November 2.—"A heavy rain fell during the night.” says to day's official report from the French fron* "There is nothing special to report.” A Late Shipment of all New Styles in Ladies9 Coat Suits Handsome Tailored Suits made of broadcloth, gab erdine, diagonal and serge in rich shades of bur gundy, green, blue, etc., finished in fine fur, plush, velvet, braids and buttons offering a wide range of pretty styles. Priced $15 to $35 Children’s New Coats Just received a new ship-, ment of Coats for chil dren. Mixtures in all sizes, prices ranging from $3.50 to $8.50 Another New Shipment Lovely Blouses In a Variety of Styles Dainty Blouses of All Silk Crepe de Chine, featuring the new collar and coatee effects, which are the lat est style thought from New York. Other styles in plain and fancy effects, smartly trimmed, which makes a very attractive costume for afternoon wear. Prices $2.50 to $3.50 | Cheeves Bros 4 Co We are boosters for the Ellis County S&nitarium. !j Make Good Biscuits Yourself The lard you use in making bread often decides whether it is to be a failure or not. Remember when we used to go home or when we ate sente big dinner out in the country? i Didn’t things taste good? | I'l'HE H(H> UAK1I was used to cook those meals. The same old home-made lard that our grandmothers umu You can buy pure, hog’s lard for 17 Vic per ponnd, guaranteed to be pure, guaranteed to please you in every way, or your mones back. Better, Cheaper and More Healthful. Nycum’s MarRet I We are boosters for the Ellis County Sanitarium. Heinz’s New Varieties Fixed up as it should be, ready to eat. Spaghetti, ltal!*B style. It's the purct stuff and you will like it. Texas Cash Grocery Co Old Phones 542 and 91—New Phone Ml. We are boosters for the Kllis County Sanitariunr^^^^^^ Auto Gloves ASSORTED SIZES—DIFFERENT GRADES BOTH BLACK AND TAN PRICES RIGHT Sims-Thomson Garaj* For Quick Tire Service. PHONE 642 ^