ALL THIS WEEK
Some of Oar Biggest Bargains Are Never Advertised
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Lonsdale and Fruit-of-the-Loom, at *! .
Outings, Light and Dark Patterns, at
.Ladies' Fleeced Vest and Drawers, cut full, at
24-inch Crepe-de-Chine Evening Shades, at
Pure linen Embroidered Handkerchiefs, at
New Bags and Purses, worth 7 5c, at
Silk and Leather Belts, worth 65 c, at .
Ladies' Black or Tan'lisle Hose, full regular, at .
8 and 10c
Novelty is the keynote of the. showing of dress trimmings,
and here you'll find your every requirement can be most satisfac
In fact, we have made unusal preparations to have our
stock of dress trimmings so complete that it can meet every de
mand made upon it.
Mrs. Vories. who is in charge of our dressmaking depart
ment, is booking orders now for Autumn gowns.
She is prepared to execute orders promptly.
Her work is very high-class and prices are moderate. Call
NE of the best characteristics of the new dress goods is
their improvement along the lines ot quality. Our show
ing of the many new fabrics has been carefully chosen
and only those that are thoroughly reliable in every detail have
been allowed to enter the store.
Never before have we begun a season with such an abun
dant variety sphere are dress goods for every conceivable occa
A Special Feature of
Highest quality real kid, 12 button
Glace Mousquetalres, in white, black
and all street shades, $3.50 value, at
Extra full rustling silk Petticoats
well made* guaranteed Taffeta
silk, black and all street shades,
$6.50 values at
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The same make and quality In the
same line of colorings, In full 16 but
ton length, perfect fitting, regular $4.00
Buy today and we alter and deliver to
morrow. This is a very important fea
ture to the trade,
out of town trade delivered free, and
still you save a fonrth. Look today,
The many woolen fabrics are particularly rich in quality,
while the novelties are of really surpassing beauty of weave and
16 button silk gloves In black, white
and colors, $1.25, $1.50, $2.00 Ladies'
Two Clasp Kid Gloves, all colors, ex
tra quality at
Suits altered for
Same colors in heavier grake
SUITS AT 512.50, $14.95, $16.95,
$20.00 AND $25.00
Special Dress Goods Values all the A
Two Extra Silk
Full 36-inch Black guaranteed
Taffeta, "Our Standard Blue Edge
Grade,'. $1.25 value, at. $1.10
Other Values at $7.50 ■
choice line of the newest fall materials in Scotch
We offer you a .
Plaids, plain and mixtures, Panama, Serge, Covert h lannel Suit
ing materials that are worth, per yard. - - 5O to 05C
Ladies' Separate Skirts
Plaid and Fancy
Broadcloth at 95c.
offer you a fine 52-inch Broadcloth
During this week we
A splendid showing of the new skirts for wear on
all occasions is now ready.
Skirts for street wear and for dress wear in the
son's favored fabrics, in plain colors, fancy mixtures and
in Black, Navy, ^^ine Brown, Tan, Caster, and other staple
During this week we offer you
choice of 25 pieces of beautiful
Plaids, Checks and Stripes, worth
street shades at 95c a yard.
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showing in all the
Here are more stylish fabrics we are
54-inch Broadcloth, at
54-inch Broadcloth, at-
52-inch Storm Serge, at
52-inch French Serge, at
42-inch Prunello Cloth, at
44-inch Taffeta Cloth, at-— -
44-inch Tameese Cloth, at
38-inch Surah Serge, at -
38-inch Panama Cloth, at
36-inch Batiste, at-
44-inch Plaid Suitings, at
44-inch Panama Suitings, at-
44-inch Checked French Serge, at--
54-inch Checked French Serge, at-,
54-inch Worsted Suitings, at
65c to 7 5c, at . .
From the plain skirt to the one most elaborately trim
med there is exceptional value in every skirt.
Nearly every train brings something
ready-to-wear department Entire new line of "American
Girl', skirts arrived during the past few days, On sale
$4.9$ to $15.00
. J. B. and Warner
From the above lines we can fit al
■ most any figure.
They come in low, medium and
high bust, short, medium, cutaway or
long hip models, made of best coutils,
new for our
Price $1.00 to $3.00
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Womans Interests =
The Ladies' Aid Society of the First
Baptist Church haa arranged to give
a musical at the home of the pastor,
Rev. I. P. Trotter, Friday night, Octo
The following Interesting program
has been arranged and It Is hoped a
present to en
large number will
.Mrs. L. H. Martin
.. Miss Saunders
✓ MIsb Edith Sigler
Vocal Solo ...
■ »lolln solo Mil
F. vritin g Attraction To night!
Prof. C. F. Stevens will give the Split Slide for Life, at
MAJESTIC ROLLER RINK
2nd St. between Jackson and New Orleans Streets
Piano solo .Miss Annie Lou Thompson
Duet—cornet and Viojln—Misses Gul
da and Margaret Aylesworth,
Miss Allte Heidelberg, accom
Misses Pitts & Bowen
Mlss Edna Sigler
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Home Mission Society.
The ladles of the Home Mission So
ciety of the Main street church will
enterain at a progressive tea Thurs
day afternoon, October 17, from 3 to
6. First course at Mra. Young's; sec
ond course at Mrs, Turner's; third
course at Mrs. Tatu
sale "at Mrs. Young'
cents for the
It Is the Intention ot/ the editor of
the society column to run a social cal
endar In this column each Sunday,
and It will be highly appreciated if
any one who intends to be host or
hostess at any social function next
week will send a notice, or telephone
same In to the office of the Daily News
by 3 o'clock" Saturday afternoon.
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The Mission Box vWill be packed at
the First Baptist Church on next Mon
day afternoon at 3:30 o'clock. Every
body Is invited. The society asks that
every one bring a package of goods, as
the box is still short on calico, ging
Mr. W. P. Chambers and daughter,
Miss May, returned home yesterday
from Dallas, Texas. Mr. Chambers
went to Dallas about a week ago Ijo
accompany Miss May home, as she
was quite 111 and her friends will be
glad to know that Bhe Is better.
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Clarence Ware of Meridian, was a
visitor to Hattiesburg Tuesday.
Ware has mapy friends here who are
always glad to welcome him.
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Mrs. J. H. Ellerbe will leave today
on the noon train for New Orleans,
where she is going on a pleasure and
business trip combined.
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Mrs. Minnie Wilson was a visitor
to Poplarville Sunday. .
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Mr. T. M. Ferguson haa rethrned
from Birmingham where he spent
several dayB this week.
Mrs. T. P. Crymes and children
left Saturday for Macon, where they
will visit relatives.
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Mr. J. C. Pearson, of Lumberton,
was a business visitor to Hattiesburg
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Mr. John A. McLeod spent Tuesday
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Daily News Special.
Jackson, Miss., October 16.—Jack
son society was glvne a genuine sur
prise today when telegrams were
ceived from Fort Worth, Tex.,
nouncing the marriage at that place
of Mr. James Cooper' and Miss John
nie May Vincent, both of this city.
The marriage took place at the
home of the bride's sister, Mrs. John
Nicholls. Miss Vincent had been in
| Fort Worth several days on a visit,
and Mr. Cooper left here shortly af
terwards, on matrimony bent.
It was known in social circles that
the event was In prospects, but it was
not slated to take place until later in
the autumn. Mr. Cooper Is a well
known traveling salesman, w
made his headquarters In th
several years, while the'bride
won is a gtrl of exceptional
and personal charm, f
of remarkable vocal a
AT NIGHT SERVICE
BAPTIST REVIVAL STILL DRAWS
Evangelist Solomon Discussed "Sin,
Salvation and Servlet" In His Usual
Easy and Impressive Manner—Us
ual Program for Today.
The Baptist revival being conducted
at the Emanuel Bap-'ist Church by the
state evangelist, Rev. E. B. Solomori,
grows In Interest with each succeed
ing service and un .old and everlast
idg good is being ^accomplished by
this able divine and his assistants.
Last nlg|it one of the .largest con
gregations that has fiver greeted the
speaker was present: and his treat
ment of his subject, "Sin, Salvation
and Service" was plain and convinc
ing and carried with it that ring of
sincerity and concern characteristic qf
the speaker. The test waa taken
from Titus $:(>.H|Pi^V
The music was especially appropri
ate and the singing! most excellent
iposed of sing
aa the large choir to
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of ability who are In training and
their souls in unison with the great
and noble work to which they con
tribute no little.
The usual program of services will
be carried out today and throughout
the meeting and those who are in
terested In their spiritual well being
should attend these meetings.
Six members were added to the
church last night and others showed
that the meeting was having a bene
flclent effect upon them.
How to Cure a Cold.
The question of how to cure a cold
In which we are all more or less inter
ested, for the quicker a cold Is gotten
rid of the less the danger of pneu
time Is one
monla and other
Mr. B. W. L. Hall, of Waverly, Va.,
has used Champerlaln's Cough rem
edy for years, and says:
believe Chamberlain's Cough Remedy
to he absolutely the best preparation
the market for colds. I have rec
ommended It to my friends and they
all agree with me." For sale by Hays
& Field and the Yellow Pine Pharm
STRAYED OR 8TOLEN.
From 300 West Fourth streeL. one
roan mare, with letter T branded on
hip, about eight years old. Reward
paid if returned to
J. D. CAUSEY.
Merchants Grocery Co.
MAY VISIT THE FAIR
Daily News Special.
Jackson, Miss., October 16.—Manar '
ger J. F. McKay, of the Industrial Ex- |
position, is negotiating for several air
ship demonstrations during the No
vember event by Capt. T. S. Baldwin, |
of the best known aeronauts in
Capt. Baldwin's flying ma
chine has been on exhibit at the Ala
bama State Fair In Birmingham, and
General Manager George T. Barnes
writes to Mr. McKay that Capt. Bald
win made four perfect flights, and his
airship was one of the features of the
R008EVELT, JR., CRIPPLED.
President's Son on "Hospital List"
Cambridge, Mass., October H.
Theodore Roosevelt, Jr., Is now amoi
the many cripples on the Harva
football squad. He has been havl:
some trouble with his knee ofr a wet
and in the Exeter game Saturday
was wrenched*so that he had to
taken out of the game. Today w«
on the knee developed, so that he *
be a cripple for possibly a fortnight
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