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aaaW--- mi 1 ' aBafaa'l,,li'l""'M,"w VI wwwiu py. i We will a North Sid- Senear. in oli BlMd LAST CALL! ur tft JM. Is letievil tile on Holiday Goods an Toy will close adaa ajftd J J w NwU-riU ShU ; w H Lnudii, of m the ity Suday VamMmm et STATE WHIM ACT OF IhETEEN SEVEN HELD DULL AM VGII X M.tM Xmas Eve Candy 13c pound Cowe and F. ASton the Barga.ir.B4 North S:p Squar. MIIIIIIIIIlMUIMNNMNiMMiW Card Seals 1 1 ' -W- " FOR O iC 3 IPT PURPOSES Q A goo:l Book a quit. corner and there you hare a picture of rest, comfort nnd entertainment combined. Give a book if you wish to compliment as well as show your esteem, but be sure to give the right book. This is a wdghty question which we have answered for you, for in our list of books you will find that which suits the temperament, inclination and desire of any friend. Books oi Poems for artiftfc persons. Travel stories for those who like them. It is wondenul to note what $1 50 will buy in our Book Department. WoSdridge's Drug Store For Everything PERSONAL. 5 (Continued from Hint Pave.) islature aiust meet the same fate, Is the ease In point the mine inspection i bill regularly passed the senate on three separate readings. Oe ta third and final paseago it received more than the constitutional number of votes. It then went to the house where it likewise p&aeed on three readings in regular order. However,, on the final passage in the house the bill was radically amended. Upoa these amendments being reported to the senate that body refused to con cur and the house refusing to recede from its amendments, a conference committee was appointed to adjust the differences between the senate and house bills. Its report was pre sented to the senate. When the con ference committee's report came up for actioa to the senate, Speaker Tol lett left the chair and moved that the action of the eommlttee be made the action of the senate. Upon this mo tion the roll was called and fifteen seantors voted in the affirmative and ten in the negative. The supreme court holds that the action of the senate on the report of the committee being the third and fi nal passage of the bill, was unconsti tutional for tbe reason that it affirma tively appears from the journal that less than a constitutional majority voted in favor of the bill. This has not been the practice heretofore in the legislature of Tennessee. Fre quently reports of conference coin- DISTINCTIVE PEBFSftiES Perfimas That An Entirely MFFERERT Fnn Tk Ordinary Kind. Flint, Dainty Perfumes. Odors Ton Like To RESKMBEI We Carry The Largest Stock in The City of Imported And Domestic Perfumes in Original Packages And in Bulk. IMPORTED P E R F U m E S Miss Margaret Douglas, of Birni Ingham, Is the guest of relatives it Columbia. otwccc3-i8taaaeaa Jerry Dodson left Thursday for Al exandria, Louisiana, where he has accepteda position. Miss Daisy Towler went to Nash Tille Friday morning to see Anna Favlowa this aftornooa. Miss Imogene Barrow has returned will go to XasTiville Tuesday morning from Nashville, where she has been to be the guest of friends for several the guest for the past few days of days. poration, went to New York Monday night on important business. He mittees are concurred in without the will be gone for a week or more. formality of a roll call and not infre quently as was the case in point by a simple majority of the members voting. It has been the universal ruling of presiding officers that the Miss Mary Lou McMinn and Mrs! third and flnal reading of a Mil, with nes, of Carter's Creek, were in the n the meaning of the constitution, city Monday shopping. was its passage before the measure Miss Charlotte Smiser, of Culleoka, could reach the conference stage. Miss Lucilo Grainger. Jim Thomas went to Culleoka Sun day. Jake and Cary Oliver were the Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Hardy Park at Culleoka. Judge Bruce Turner went to Law- renceburg Monday morning to the day with friends. Dr. Wallace Smiser spent Sunday at Culleoka as the guest of his par ents, Dr. and Mrs. M. B. Emiser. Misses Mary Willie Frierson and Anna Leicester Houston spent the week end at Culleoka as the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Hardy Park. J. E. Knox, of Nashville, spent Sunday in the city. James Jaynes is back from a busi ness trip to Illinois. Miss Birdie Harrison is the guest of frind3 in Shelbyville. Miss Sarah Swain is visiting in Nashv ille for a few days. Miss Josephino Foster, of Flor ence, Alabama, is in the city. Oscar Dortch, general manager of the International Agricultural Cor- Oeorge T. Hughes, Sr., returned Sunda y morning from Washington, where he atended tlie rivers and har bors congress. Elder F. C. Sowell spent Sunday at Culleoka. Hon. Wash P. Russell, of Carter's spend Creek, was a visitor here Tuesday. Miss Rebecca Campbell Amis, of Franklin, is the attractive guest of Mrs. Tennie Thomas at Culleoka. James R. Williamson, of Fountain Creek Farm, was in the city Tuesday. Former County Court Clerk A. Lu ther Thomas, of Glendale, is in the city. Mrs. Merrlt Booker Smiser and Miss Charlotte Smiser, of Culleoka, are here today. Mrs. J. Herman Pratt and children have returned to their home at Cen treville after a week's visit to rela tives here and at Caney Springs. Misses Mai Johnson, of Santa Fe, and Jessie Lee Pratt, of Caney Springs, are the attractive house guests of Mr. and Mrs. G. P. Pratt. James A. Smiser, James C. Voor- THAW IS A VICTIM OF FEkSECUIIOS ORMER SECRETARY OF STATE KNOX SCORES JEROME BEFORE SUPREME COURT. Mary Garden Extract, Per Ounce $1.25, $2.50, $5.00 Talcum Powder 65 cents Sachet, per ounce $1.25 Cold Cream 65 cents Face Powder $2.50 Soap, per box $2.00 Toilet Water $5.00 Djer Kiss Extract, per ounce Talcum Powder - $1.50 35 cent 6( Sachet Powder, per ounce $1 Toilet Water Face Powder $1.00 Complete Line of Domestic IP If t lie Large Assortment of Kidout's, Vantine's, Colgate's, Palmer's, And Ricksecker Perfumes And Toilet Water. COLLI R &. WASHINGTON, Dec. 15. The ex tradition of Harry K. Thaw from New Hampshire to New York, was up for consideration today by the su preme court' Philander C. Knox, former secreta ry of state, began the argument for Thaw by scoring the opposing law yers. "This record is full of legal disasters for Thaw," said he. "Five times this man (pointing to eJromel has succeeded in sending him back to the asylum, and not until Thaw got outside the state did he win a point, and that the self-evident point that a man cannot be extradited for crime when the record on its face shows that he is not competent to commit a crime, because insane." TWO STORES BOTH GOOD Five Telephones Five Delivery Boys I a; IKE STMS6S DENIES ALL COMPLICITY IN CHATMAN murder DAY OF ihYLOCK BIG crowds of plcan PAST, JUDGE SAYS ,N hickman sect ion (ContLiuea iram rr' r&g i DAMAGE AWARDED TO ESTATE OF WOMAN KILLED BY AUTO IN LOUISVILLE. HBBlBai jBfiti'"V WE HAVE Bracelet Watches FROM $2.50to$20.00 AT KNEBEL'SJEWELIYSTflRE drunk. We started back late. That J LOUISVILLE, Ky., Dec. 15. In a is all that I remember. I don't have decision just handed down by Judge any recollection of anything until the oamuei a. Klrby in the Jefferson cir- next morning, when I woke up in the cuit court, the casualty company of America is held to be liable for 12.500 J , - - r- aireaay, there nies at scott s Mill. How 1 got there uaiusBi jwauie 10 uie estate or or who carried me inside, I don't tlsa a- "Irsch, killed last January- know. My opinion is that Chatmau b' " automobile driven by Richard froze to death in the snow Saturday Schultz. Schultz held an indem- night. jmiying bond issued by the casualty "Chatman and I never had a quar- company in the sum of ?5,000. Short rel in all of our lives. We were the after suit waB nled against him by best of friends. I don't understand the irsch girl's father Schultz took why they picked me out as the man, the bankrupt law and was unable to unless it is the fact that I was the Pay judgment for $2,500 entered last man with him Saturday nieht." gainst him by the court. This act, I CtqntTD iD n foil ...,.11 H..I1 Counsel for thft instiPflnpp fmmnflnn - 1 ' ri o ' f Wii) noil uuih llld.ll, up- parently about 35 or 36 years of age, contended, relieved it of any further has a good face and talks freely of responsibility. the affair. He smiled most of the 1 ne court described this as a sense time that he was talking, and seemed less argument, remarking, "The day to have no anxiety about the out- )f Shylock and his kind of contracts come of his t. If he is conscious is l ast." stricken, he shows no signs of it. He ' was chatting with the rest of the pris- M n pnnMTV oners at the jail when the reporter m n r Kjr vUUni X Soon after the cook had lighted a 'talked In. His greatest anxiety! BY FRANK H.SMITH HICKMAN, Ky., Dec. 16.- J. ('. Newton, of East Hickman, a dealer !in hickory nuts and pecans, this past week made shipments of pecans amounting tc 11,000 pounds. These ,were all shipped to St. Louis. There are several dealers of pecans here and many shipments have been made being large quantities of pecans on hand here yet, and the j shipments this fall will amount to ;many thousands of dollars, the crop being an unusually largo one. COOKING STOVE BLOWS TO PIECES NO ONE HURT IN THE KITCHEN OF JOHN L. ROBINSON THIS MORNING, ft O W i The GIFT SHOP Columbia. Df Are to cook breakfast at the home of i seemed to be for some tobacco which ; Esquire Frank H. Smith has put on The AiiiiI Meeting tf the Sleek Holders of Coluahis leek & Trust Ce will he it the leik it 11 e'cleck, K M. TBeeiay, Jaiiery 12th, 1915. W. B. GREENLAW, Presieeit, GEO. E. MtKENNOH, Cashier. John L. Robinson this morning, the stove blew all to pieces, hardly two pieces of It being left together. For tunately the cook was not Injured or even bo much as struck by one of the flying pieces of the stove. The cause of the explosion is a mystery. The pipes were not frozen, as the cook had turned on the water tin both of them, and they had been running for tome moments. wnicn was reaany given mm. Alter j the wall of his office In the court he had lighted his pipe he seemed to house a large mep of Maury county ' be as happy and carefree as if there Bhowing streams, roadB and routes of 1 were no charge of murder in the first the rural free deliTery in this coun ;ty and of the adjoining counties Salety-Service-SaUslactie COLUMBIA MM & TIUST CI. ELKS TIANKFHL TO HEKDLET BROS. LODGE EXTENDS THEM THANKS FOR HELP IN MEMORIAL EXERCISES. For their eld la making the memo rial eerrlcee of the lodge e secoeee, the Elka here eeat the following let- jter to H end ley Bros. "Gentlemea: Oer lodge U regular session toahjkt voeei tbmt rem fee at tended oer ale ears tfceatsi far yoar rery eMe heap at mm j i i . . . . . uegrew uuugmg over nis neaa. He had only one request to make, , where these rural carrier routes ex and that was that someone get his tend out of Maury county, brother from Culleoka to Columbia, j . so that he might employ lawyers to defend him Friday. WAITING FURTHER ADVICES IN CASE WIL80N WANTS TO INVESTIGATE GOETHAL8 REQUEST OR GUNBOATS. (International News Serrlee.) WASHINGTON, Dec. 15 Presi dent Wilson stated this morning that he was waiting for further advices before sending the vessels to the Pan erne canal ee requested by Col. foe- thars for the protection of the from eeUlgereert eatleatB. CHRISTMAS PLAY SAWTA fe school The children of the Santa Fe school will give the play, "Higbee, of Harvard," on the evening of Dec. 22, at 7:30 o'clock. The proceeds of the play will go to the school. The gift that "be" w' appreciate and ch risli iso e selected ftom such beau i ful, everlasting articles, as Watches, Fobs, Charms, Match Cases, Rings, Chains. Cuff Liners, Scarf Pinx, Cig arette Cases, Brass Desk Sets. Xmas shopping here is a pleasure for our com plete stocks, attentive, courteous service and REASONABLE prices make selection easy. Do not forget to visit our e'tH1'- , lishmrnt before buying wf want i yon to see onr stocks wheth' r juu come to buy or not. Cotham Bros. Headquarters for Gifts. sssssssssssssssinsi"" e i XMAS SHOP No. 17 West SevCTth Street For Holiday Goods jwxjrmU mmd faring tbe kiddke.