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"Now I Uy m down In rp." i tf l' th iluiy of rnTc rnl p) ( trt m III'' h4li' mount tm iti'ifi Hf-t miti iif tfmt tfll o MinK lilrl Being TkM In Mm Worlhin(lon' Cl. Mix Jvnni VV'orthiniflon'i rl hii'i ln'i'un work on a tnoot In'irf'l inir anil attrrtive prmrrnm. First rinnp.i the finitihinif nt the OIivit Onnrtt nirieii of novi-l!i whirh i-i'in with "Cloyharnrpr." Thi-n there will l two (Irei-k plny, "lp kU'Pnia in Taurift," ly Kuripide, and "Kdipuji Rex," by Sophoclos, both trun.slaied hy Cillrt Murray. I'rof. Murray's trwnlation of the Greek dramatists is one of the most noted achievements of the ae, giving, as it does, the spirit of the Greek in marvellously beautiful rhymed verse. The "IphiKenia" was played in the New York stadium last winter, usinj? Prof. Murray's translation. As contrast to the classical, the romantic Shakesperean drama will be read, two plays, "Coriolanus," and "Twelfth Night." iext in tne course there is a vol ume on the Wagnerian Romances a luminous and sympathetic analysis of all the great Wagner operas giving the stories and the various motifs in each. Of these the Farsif&l and Singfried are the most exquis itely interpreted. To a lover of opera In hir prfiit extremity, (irrmn n y, with h-r ununml reurrrfut i.e, hn found he common unllnw r to ta a plant of inatimabla valua in tbi daily menni:. Iti seed him been made to produce an excellent oil whu h nupplies the place ofolive oil for rookintf purpoxe and the rake remaining ax a refuse in a whole Home food for animal. More-over, the seed itself takes the place of eolfee while the young shoots and undeveloped leaves are found to be a palatable subxtitute for spinach. In l'elgium a similar resourceful ness has been developed and the leaves of both the blackberry and raspberry are being used in con coctions for tea and their flavor is said to rival that of the Chinese pro duct, free from any nerve disturbing effect. Birmingham News. Jefferton Davis Highway Planned. The Daughters of the Confederacy are planning to build a Jefferson Da vis IlighwSy from ocean to ocean, and from the most northern hill to the most southern sunnyrslope. When the general federation meets in San Francisco, Sister Esther Car- lotta, state president of the Florida I ' fef th )') ; f-. i ,,.,., J" H l ; f , t.f V! 1 1 y I? f,ir,m ! th J l ii. (,.r r. i t. 7 i'-ly, ' (i. t,.i.ar l t p m t' r, T t ' i .fi .,fii , ltlljf - 1. 4 'il 1 lltt-lh i - ' t I it' f.f H a llnilo j rmf .Mfiro fof hff l tla tf N j t '?, Mm y V .! M f t Miia' I I !, I .! I I n ll tt t.i ritut,,r, Oft. 2lh, at .1 ii'itofk, in la fttiniUy hm. loom of lha lira! Mf'ho.liit ih"h, t Hfatt-y ( bi will y;ta an hnor of "fory tlifif" and tniiif, at whir h tune Mi- Vi I cmora ah. I Mr, Pim-' irk, nf fji'aw, Alii, who have .U liifhti") Hii'lifiii t all oyer the ou'M with th ir rhurmit'? t ia, will ive iialaHioh Hid .tome of the het mu-' ii ian of the rity ail) ai-;t in the U 'inoiH' rntertniniix'nt . A rontri butinn of 10 fcnlii i aked of thoe who attend. llii fund to go to tb clans work. A pbnant hour 1 prom-1 iied to children a well n grown peo- pie. j Auction Dridga Membart ' Gutt of Mri. Bank. ! Mrs. Willis Hanks entertained I with characteristic charm on Wed- j nes.l.iy r.f'erm on when the Auction Bridge Club members were her guests. Autumn blossoms in profu sion ileeorated the handsomely ap pointed reception rooms. After sev eral spirited games of auction it was found that Mrs. P. W. Maer had made the highest score, and was pre sented the club prize, a pair of silk hose. Mrs. A. L. Jones was given the guest prize, a deck of cards. A tempting salad course was serv ed the guests before they departed. The guests were: Meadames R. E. Johnston, Mary Pope, Frank Phillips, James Carr, William Richards, W. M. Watson, Ira Gaston, S. B. Street,Jr., ,1. T. Searcy, Chas. Hayes, McQueen. Miss Mary Billups. their beautiful interpretations add division, will report from Florida,and greatly to the understanding and en- each state president will present her joyment of the music. report of the Dixie highway. Each' Then there will be two modern state chairman will be instructed to novels, "Chance," by Joseph Conrad, ' ask the governor of her state to ap and "The Freelands," byGallswor-j point a committee of representative thy- I men to aid in the proposed plan. In addition to the literary work,' The highway, if built, will, touch Miss Worthington gives illustrated every town of historical interest in discussions of the great artists, the United States, and will go thro painters and sculptors, whose works many battlefields and every place in she has studied in the great Euro-, which fighting was done in the civil pean galleries. Miss Worthington's method is sim ple and informal, there is free dis cussion of the books, characters, situations, tendencies, effects, by the class. Her object is the development of a genuine appreciation of the best things in literature and art; a real enjoymtmt of what was meant to be enjoyed. o Suggestion for Halloween. At your halloween party let the "Nut Witch" hold court in a lWy bower and distribute nut fortunes to the curious. This witch may be dressed in orange and brown, and have a brown splint basket filled with nuts of different varieties, each con taining a fortune or bit of prophecy written on a piece of paper. The "Nut Witch" may also read the palms of those who wish to peer more deeply into the mysteries of Fate. A pretty Halloween decoration is to hung from the chandelier wisps of war. It is proposed that these roads traverse the entire United States, go ing east and west, and north and south. Wayside inns will be built oji the branch roads, offering beauty and comfort.' Seaport towns will be connected with inland towns. Roads will lead from mountain to mountain. The ocean will be connected by un broken lines of beautiful roadways. The Jefferson Davis Highway will be one of the interesting subjects dis cussed at the general U. D. C. con vention this month. Birmingham ' News. 1 ,-o-1 M- Bickley Die In Birmingham. Countless friends Wre sympathize with Mrs. H. J. Dishiell in the death r her sister, Wr. James Bickley, wh.cb occurd at her home in Bir mingham ast Wednesday. As soon as 1 the ne.ws of her sudden death was received Mr. and Mrs. Dashiell left for Birmingham, to bo with the bsreaved family and attend the fun eral. Deceased had often visited grey crape-paper fringe, represent-'! ith her sister here' and had a wde ing Florida moss and a number ol grotesque vegetable lanterns. Ue neath, in the center of the table, have a vegetable figure rising from the heart of a huge lettuce. Heap smaller heads of lettuce with) mina ture waxed vegetables cintaining "fortunes." Let the place-cards be held by pumpkin men painted in water colors. Candy boxes 'represent ing absurd little vegetable figures may form the favors. Around the edge of the table have Jacjc-'-lanterns cut from decorated crepe paper. Times-Picayune. circle of friends who waft tenderest sympathy to the surviving relatives. Mix Edwardt Entertains Euchre Club Member. Miss Etta Edwards was a charming hostess on Friday afternoon when she entertained the Euchre Club, at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Howard King. Pretty cut flowers were used throughout the handsome reception rooms. Little Miss Hester King dis tributed score cards in Halloween designs. Miss ' Marie Street won first prize, while Miss Louise Peach er won the booby prize. A suptuous salad course followed by an ice course was served. Twentieth Century Club Member Entertain. The Twentieth Century Club mem bers held a reception on Monday af ternoon, whkh proved a very pretty and enjoyable affair. The pretty suite was artistically decorated in cut flowers and ferns. Those receiving were: Mesdames W. D. Saunders, Howard K. Robertson, Willis Garth, A. L. Jones, W. W. Westmoreland, Jr.; Misses Annie T. Hamilton., .Vnnie Stephenson, Mattie L. btephenson, Cornelia Hudson. Pretty Party Given for I Attractive Little VUitor. One of the pretty children's par ties of the week was given( by Mrs.. W. W. Westmoreland, for her at tractive little granddaughter, Mary Walace Kirk, of Starkville, who with her lovely mother, isi visiting at the Westmoreland hom on Mili tary street. j Halloween suggestions were used for decorations and diversion The pretty little hostess, dieped as a v itch, rode on a stick hv.be and nerv ed candies out of a Jf,cik-o'laaic n. After much frolic and nerry making tempting ice course wa? beautiful ly rerved. , f A Receipe Luncheon. At a recent luncheon given by an ingenious hostess who always man ages to give an original turn to all of her affairs, each guest was asked to bring a favorite receipe written out carefully on the sheet of paper enclosed. These papers were collected by the hostess. After the desserts and before rising from the table slips of papers and pencils were passed; the ladies were asked to write down the odds and ends left in their ice boxes after dinner. These slips were collected and passed again so that each one received another's paper. They were then required to write a menu or a receipe from the list of ar ticles on that paper. When all were finished they were read aloud and the one whose menu received the most votes as being the best was awarded the budget of receipes which had been brought by the guests. Be ing on uniform sheets the hostess had slipped them in a portfolio marked "Our Favorite Receipes." Each lady inscribed her name therein and in some instances an appropriate quota tion. Exchange. Miss Louise Gunter'g many friends are giving her a cordial welcome, She will not return west until early in the spring. Mrs. Rosa Moody and Miss Gene Moody have returned from a delight ful visit to relatives in- Middlesboro, Kentucky. Mr. Simpnon Entertain jn Compliment to Mr. Tate. Mrs. William Simpson entertained with a pretty party on Friday after noon, in compliment to Mrs. Snmuel McClure Tate, of Brcosville. Pretty cut flowers wera used throughout the elegant reception tuite. After the garner a dainty re past was served. The happy young girls were indeed glad to have the pleasure of being with Mrs. Tate again. Before her marriage she be longed to their club. Miss Laura Halhert was among the Columbians who enjoyed the fuii at Meridian the past few days. Mrs. George Sherman and Mrs. Bailey Hardy have returned from a delightful visit to St. Louis. Misses Nancy Moore and Genie Steele are visiting in the home of Mr. and Mrs.' James Evans, at Mul-don. Mrs. Charles Hale entertained a few intimate friends on Friday after noon in honor of her sister, Miss Lou Neilson, of Knoxville, Tenn. Mrs. Will McCormack, who spent the summer in New Orleans, return ed last week. Her friends are giving her a cordial welcome. Miss Georgia Hopkins, who has been visiting in New York and Wash ington in company with her sister and brother-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Libert Hamilton, is now visiting in Birmingham. Miss Susie Sanford, a member of the music faculty at the I. I. and C, who has a vear off for ttnt u wr. and aira. Jacx Cox's friends i spending a few days with her broth ar glad to know that they will move er, Mr. J. T. Sanford and family, to Columbus to spend the winter, before leaving for New York. UD dD 0 0 A 1P2 &AL Wednesday and Thursday of This Week vn iiivr: imd 'o i1iy TOiU"Viit:iiRr. you coitr, TO llW: MOTIO IX) I. MR zAuriUAT vr: iiivr: Dceuo TO HOLD OUR FIUL DOLL IK ZAW. WCDIEADIY IMD TllURfiDIY OF TIII5 WEEK--THOSE WHO TOOK ylDVylMTlGE Or THE DOL LAR &1LE& WE HELD MAT SPRIIC KMOV Or MDVILL RE AErt&ER THE BIG VALUES THEIR DOLLIRS BOUGHT OA THOSE OC C110M IMD WE KMOV THEY WILL BE GL1D rOR IMOTIIER SUCH AOMEY S1YIMC OPPORTU MITY IM BUYIMG TAIL GOODS-- THOSE TH1T DID MOT 1TTEMD WILL BE TOO WISE TO LET MOTHER SUCH GOOD OPPORTUMITY P1SS; SO WE IRE G01MG TO EXPECT A CROWDED STORE DURIMG THE TWO DIYS Or THIS SlLE--rOR EVERY D0LL1R YOU IMVEST WITH US DURIMG THIS S1LE WILL. BE REIL AOMEY S1VED. Here is a Partial List of the Many Big Values We Will Offer You Wednesday and Thursday, October 27th and 28th For $1,00 You Can Buy the Following 40-inch all silk Crepe de Chene, in the A A most wanted colors, dollar sale days, ydDJl lU Ytrd wide Chiffon Taffeta, in black, A A white and six of season's best colors, ydtPJLll 50-inch all wool plaid dress goods, our rejj- A A ular $1.25 values, dollar sale days, yd J) J.Ul New fall wool dress goods in black and colors, our regular $1.25 values, dollar sale days, A A the yard Pl.Ul Beautiful new patterns in Duckling Fleeced styles of Kimona Flannellettes, our regular A A 12 1 -jc values, dollar sale price, 10 yds forv XUl 12':yd8. of best light colored stripe and checked out ings, regular 10c values, dollar sale A A 12'i yards for 4)1 -UU New fall styles in ladies' Shirt Waists, Q- A A $1.25 values, dollar sale, each PXU' The best 25c home science aprons made, A A dollar sale days, 5 for n)i-Vf" 10 dozen Ladies' $1.25 Kid Gloves, in black and tan only, strictly a $1.25 value, go dollar A A 4JX.VW sale days, the pair. 10 yards of yard wide 12 Uc liurkley Cambric, dollar sale days, lo yards for. Yard wide 15c Uurkley and Lonsdale Cambric, dollar sale days, !) yds for Ladies' and children's best 25c hose, in tan only, go dollar sale days, G pair for. Ladies's silk lisle and silk boot hose, in tan only, dollar sale days, 3 pair for 3 yards of 50c black and white 50-inch Shepherd checks for One pair of $1.00 Silk IIo.ue and one pair 25c Lisle Hose for Two pairs of 50c and one pair of 25c Hose for Your choice of any of our $1.25 Table Linen, this sale for the yard Your choice of ony of our $1.25 anil $1.50 Lace Curtains for - Your choice of any of our $1.50 Hugs this sale for Our $1.25 Ostrich Feather Neck Pieces go dollar sale days, each $1.00 S1.00 S1.00 si.oo S1.00 $1.00 $1.00 $1.00 $1.00 $1.00 $1.00 For 50 Cents You Gan Buy the Following Seven bleached 10c Huck Towels 50 C Five 15c Bleached Turkish Bath Towels JQ( Three good size 20c Bath Towels 50 C Seven yards of best Apron Gingham , )0C Six yards of best Apron Gingham ' 50C Six yards of Best 10c Dress Gingham, 50C Four pairs of best 15c hose for women Op or children, for tlli Twelve sheer white hemstitched Ladies' Hand PA kerchiefs, for JUC For 5 Gents Ycu Gan Buy The Following 12 yards bolts of while bias fold, in sizes 1, 2 and 3, 5c sells everywhere at 10c, extra special for the two day's sale, the bolt, Good quality safety pins, in small, medium and ff-, large sizes, extra spec, two days, 2 cards Uv A good quality of ladies white hemstitcned Hand kerchiefs, extra special for the two days sale, for Two packages of white commercial Envelopes a strict 5c value, e:;tra special for 2 days 5c 5c Two cakes of our best 5c Cuticle toilet skin f soap, extra for two days sale, 2 cakes t)C ANOTHER BIG SHIPMENT OE NEW FALL SUITS VC ylRC EXPECTING THIS WEEK. TWO BIG SlllPACtTS Or ICW MODELS Irt L1B1E& SUITS--.IT VERY J1TTR1CTIVE PRICES. WE VlrtT YOU TO COME Irt MB SEE THEM. YOU'LL SURELY BUY HERE IF YOU DO. 7 U U Mijw Susie Will Gunter, head ofj the Home Science Department at the I. I. and C, left yesterday ior jbik Bon, to act m judue in the culinary department at the State Fair this .week. Miss Anna Barrenirer, head of the Industrial Art, at the I. I. and f will 1..avA tnmrtrrrtW to be Judge in. the Fine Arts Department at the rair. Thursduy afternoon from four to six at Miss Peyton's home on Main street. A large number of truests called and enjoyed a cup of tea, and passed the time very delightfully. FOR RENT Nice five room house. Bath and all modern conven iences. Located on Second avenue, north, and Twelfth street. Apply J. Warren Gardner. ROOMS ROOMS -Furnished or unfur nished, for younif men, or for liht housekeeping. Etectrie lights, hot and cold water, telephone, etc., furnish ed. Low rate. Phone 5C8. Arcade Flats. Misses Pennell,' Vaughn, Neilson.j Onion sets. Laws' Howard and Peyton were t m '-ore 'Phoni 753. Drug at. Yo'J vrM f r.d a coTr.plet ?,''V of new fall and winter goods at cur store. Lipsey & Chapsky. C0 A l CORONA COAL at $3.50 Ca.k CARBON HILL COAL t.$3.35 M NUT COAL .t $3.10 " Up o N. lt. CHAMPNEY COAL CO. Phone 330-479.