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I % $ ! • j % f ' M j y/a f 1 *] | , j I i / iM r .» * y -y* V/ ~*'jl \ Come Mrs. Housekeeper Event Was Inaugurated for Your Benefit. 4 All *$322 WJ* fih L fi-.Ti** 77 hs pv ■ : - fit & , ■ fi || m Don't miss this special selling—don't neglect these big economies—don't overlook these great assortmer This is an Occasion Extraordinary! A r* ■i g? Such "values in linens, domestics, blankets, comfortables, carpets deserve attention. All housekeepeers, home providers, hotel and boarding house keepers take notice! Where will you find su worthy goods and choice assortments at such reduced prices? Where—but here. The end drams near, Such selling can't survive, It's time to hurry, Next meek's prices mill ascend to their old level But don't wait until then—let such alluring values as these lead you to true economy. - tip i* "-O Floor Coverings Table Linem Bed Coverings Draperies $4.50 11-4 White Wool Blankets, worth $6, this week .. 11-4 Cotton Blankets, worth 85c pair, this week at 9-12 Axminster squares, worth $27.50 this week only *24.75 9x12 Velvet Squares, worth $27.50, this week only . .. Axminster Rugs, 36x72 inches, worth $4.50. Special this week ... Axminster Rugs 27x60 at .. Good heavy China Matting at 1 lot China Matting, 40 yards to roll this we ekper roll *4.98 64-inch bleached Damask, special value at 36-inch Dotted and Figured Swisses, 12'/ 2 e 59c 35c *24.75 15c value at * 1.00 11-4 Comforts, $1.25 value, at 10-4 White Spreads, $1.00 value at 72-inch bleached Damask, regular 65c value at 12!/ 2 c 15c grade Silkoline at *3.75 75c 50c 30c Covered Sofa Pillows $2.49 90c 11-4 White Spread*;, $1.25 value at 72-inch Satin finish $1.25 value at_ Damask, good .$ 1.00 3-yard Nottingham Lace Curtains, special at . 3-ygrd Lace Curtains, worth $1.50 a pair, at .. 36-inch pointed Madras, 25c grade at_ 18c *1.35 11-4 Fringed Spread, $1.75 value at r. 69c 59c 72x90 inch Hemmed Sheets at % Linen Napkin book fold, value at . $1.25 * 1.00 98c % heavy Linen Napkins, worth $3.00 dozen, at *2.00 .. .17c r r E : • ■ •5 . . $1.00 18x36 in Huck Towi -• .25c Beautiful Pillow Tops. $ ,'v ' •• > 'v 'leaded Turkish Wr. .ci.5o 20x40 inch in Towels at. A I D Full length Pillow Cords to match tops at . * .25c o o 'E; f o -j Mg >; * V= mm . -f ill _ ijii. SUPREME COURT NOW IN SESSION October 22.—The Miss., supreme court handed down the fol lowing opinions yesterday: Burns Magee vs. Edwards House Jackson, Co., Jackson, affirmed. Alabama and Vicksburg Railroad company vs. George H. Markline, af firmed. > * Herman Shedd vs. Jackson Electric Railway Light & Power company, af firmed. J. O. Ramsey vs. Will Vardanian, affirmed. ChaBe Theshing Company vs. Cliff Williams Machinery Company, af firmed. A. B. Green vs. R. V. Boothe, af- firmed. - —WrQl Oole insuraifte com^ssjoner, vb. American Surety Company, af firmed. Southern Electric Securities Com- pany vs. State, affirmed and re- manded. f GALA NIGHT AT THE STAR Take the town by storm do the performers at this popular Tonight the place of amusement. As they are all stars, patrons will be given a rare treat in the way of vocal music. Mr. E. N. Hlrsch, the popular baritone, and Miss E. M. Lee, the noted contralto, who has won for herself a home in Hatties- burg with her beautiful voice will render as a duet the beau- tiful song "Love Me and the World Is Mine," with latest Il- lustrations. When seen last night by a reporter for the News Miss Raymond, the child impersonator, and Mr. Coulter, the champion buck and wing dancer, said they were delighted with the reception given them by the Hattiesburg people and would make special efforts to do even better work, if possible, I as the week advances. II r Bertha Livingston vs. AIabama_and Vicksburg Railroad Company, af firmed. Town of Flora vs. American Ex press Company, affirmed. Geo. W. Staples vs. Vicksburg Wa terworks Company, reversed and re manded. Mrs. Julia Kornegay vs. Georgia State Building and Loan Company, af firmed. IOWA CLUO WOMEN Associated Press. la., October 22.—A Moines, Des board and committee meeting of the Iowa Federation of Women's Clubs be- at. the Chamberlain hotel this gan morning and will extend through to- Many important matters morrow. will be considered. Mrs. Gertrude R. Nash of Audubon, president of the fed- eration, is presiding. ^ Good Habit Hard to Break. The indications are that it is going to be pretty hard to break Cleveland, Ohio, of the Tom Johnson habit.— Washington Herald. MAJESTIC ROLLER RINK CROWDED TO CAPACITY The Majestic Roller Rink was crowded to its its utmost capacity last night with skaters and spectators and every minute of the evening was spent most pleasantly. Over 150 skaters were on the tloor, and of this number many maskers were on hand, all of whom were unique and comical in their make up. The grand march took place about 9 o'clock and the same was partici pated in by a large array of lovers of the art. After this event the judges appointed for the purpose decided Miss Maud Greer and Mr. J. O. Da vidson the most graceful couple skat ing and Miss Alma Howell and Mr. M. M. Lewis as the best costumed couple. This event was fully en joyed and many expressed the hope that it would soon be repeated. Next Friday night a race between a Hattiesburg and Lumberton team will take place. Some of the best skaters in the city will participate. On October 28 to 31 Prof. A. P. De ners, champion skater of the world, will appear at the Majestic. Prof. Deners and his backers offer $5,000 to the person or persons who can beat him skating or perform similar feats on skates. ❖ ❖ ❖ ❖ ❖ ❖ ❖ ❖ ❖ ❖ ❖ ♦ ❖ ❖ ❖ ❖ ❖ •> •> ❖ WITH THE BIBLE TODAY. ❖ (By Christian Worker.) Matthew 4:8, 9. Satan offered the Saviour the glory of all the kingdoms of the world if He should fall down and worship him. If he would thus tempt Him who is the essence of all purity and goodness need any ordinary mortal expect to escape his efforts to make the Saviour's followers serve him? All humanity, does the evil one tempt, today, as he has done in days gone by, but in this, our present age, "they have sought out many inven- tions" with which to aid in the evil designs. How watchful will we have to be les twe enter into temptation, for the evil oft has a coating of ve- neer that has the appearance of genuine goodness save to the most watchful Christian—wh^ is daily v -A * marching nearer the Throne of Grace. When we watch we see the light and this light is a beautiful and useful reward to brighten our narrow path way toward the Heaven of Light. the If ing are —a Let not the poor sinner think that he, alone, is assailed with the darts of the wicked; his saved brother, likewise, has to battle with them—but is stronger in proportion to his faith, and better able to overcome, because he has the Almighty Power of Right eousness on his side; and should he succumb to evil would be ten fold worse than the sinner who has made no profession of faith, and has not this strong arm to uphold him in a life of integrity. We are constantly being offered fashion, riches, education, position, etc., as idols to be worshipped in the place of Him who can give all these things and infinitely more if it be His will. If He f^lls to give us what we want, it is sufficient indi- cation that He deems it best to deny us; no child is always wise concern- ing its own welfare, no- are the chil- dren of the King able at all times, to know just what possessions are for their Eternal good. Who would want wishes granted, then, save in His way? Would any Christian deserving the name, want gifts that God refuses? The mother craves the freedom she may not have, just yet; the workingman, rest; the sufferer, health; all these, and more, will be granted in the faithful After- While. There is a wealth of talent in the world; much of this is possessed by the unconverted and is not being/ used, as it should be, for the gloj^ of the Great Giver, midst of us are many talentei thoughtless ones, apparently J sclous of their dangeirms waiting—they seem to be- vitation "from you and tr/nn me" to Even In the but it n con- ftuuiion, for an in- come into the Shepherds fold, where He is calling—but they do not hear! Since we hear shall life not tell them invites? yV'ha unbeliever Is ■of the of tb n< ow sin?—is not f the,bread of life? Have bmeifimes, thought a friend Id!/No wonder! There is no /world who can take the le Friend of Friends. hi y< j an one should see this will tae yive a soul—already lost e to be found, by getting in ■s * the way of salvation? Will not that one, instead of yielding to Satan's temptation, by attending the usual soul-destroying amusement, tonight, attend the great revival going on within our borders? If you go—there goes with you a prayer for your converhion that you may in future worship God, only, join ing the crowd of redeemed ones who are being instrumental in making of this city in its truest and best sense —a "Happy Hattiesburg." and unsatisfying I The many friends and admirers of Miss May Chambers will regret to learn that her health is not improv /ft J. / WOOD WOOD WOOD / / 'Per Cord Per Cord Per Cord $3 $3.00 $3.00 f As an introduction we will sell well seasoned stove wood, cut to any length, for a short time at above prices . / / - ..GET YOUR WINTER SUPPLY NOW PROMPT DELIVERY Mississippi Central Railroad & Main Stree BOTH PHONES 171 Mississippi Wood & Coa Jjsi •|.S ilSSPlil EBggiR®' ; m m baassti * * ing as fast as they might desire, will remember that her fatlpr,..D Circuit Clerk Chambers. vMgfWi Texas last week after HH ing been taken III whtfpfMRfp JmjM ieputy in lav her The Monti "Stuyvesant FM banker, "is a vjM I get along wltlL 1 mighty partlculkl you must for dinnerwwijlH you don't com#*! about Pittsburg HR person. To Hryou must be ■out etiquette— nee a day—dress sort of thing. If to his standard, he is apt to hay some very cutting things £ u. "1 once sat beside Mr. Ft dinner at the Union League York. Mr. Fish, when the sot on, began to cast sneering! at a stout, re-faced chap opp« and finally he whispered to ij " 'That man is from Mont can tell it by his accent.' | " By his accent?' said I. j Fish, the man hasn't spoken "Mr. Lish's lip curled in a smile. " 1 had reference,' he said accent with which he eats his ON THE WAY—"IN THE Watch the Daily News Grow.