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I Maury 1 fk Be Dry Goods Go. Store Hours 7 to 6 Saturdays 7 to 10 Maury Dry Goods Co. ginning I Ldraer Mees--TSiat's .To. KM I fe K ent ..nmversary: We Made The Prices As We Will Continue) To DoOthers Will Follow The thousands who have attended are just as earnest in their ap preciation of the advantages of lower prices as we are in making it for them. We will continue to offer you every advantage in market de clines regardless of cost of our present- stocks. Here you will find at all times quality merchandise at the markets lowest figures. Saturday and Monday Will Be Tremendrously Busy Days At This Store Here Are Some of The Most Compelling 'Reasons: The Season's Smartest Suits Will Be jSold Yo $2495, $34959 . $49.95, $64.95 Prices Which Are 1-3 to 1-4 Less Than In Several Past Seasons -The above four groups of lovely suits demon strated again this stores ability to offer Columbia's greatest ready to vear values. Not only are the . styles the newest and most exclusive, the materials the best and workmanship superior, but assortments are large a9 to make choosing a real pleasure, at their economy prices. No "w: man in justice to' herself can fail to see these lots before buying. ; . ' urn 10 to 20 per cent Off on All Shoes Crepe De Chine, Messalines, Geo gettes at $1.79 In all wanted colors, 37 inches wide, regular $3.50 quality a few weeks ago. lit a Georgette Waists at $2.48 Fine quality Georgette in newest short and long sleeve styles, beaded and embroid ered: " ' M Silk Shirtings at $1.69 Crepe de Chine and Silks in beautiful stripes, has sold as high as $4.00. ' Season's Newest Waists At $4.95 fewest' style' 'in Georgette in all ; 'wanted colors, tremendous values at this price.'- ' - Skirts at $4.95 Satin and Sijk Poplin in a wide variety of styles from which to choose. Corsets at $1.48 Special lot of high grade Cor sets, slightly soiled from hand ling, all are wanted models. Onyx Silk Hose at $2.69 Regular $3.00 quality, in all panted shades high spliced heels, full fashioned. . - - Black Wool Serge at t$c : ! v j 36 inches wid!e, offered in French' y and storm weights, regular $1.50 quality. . Dress Ginghams at 25c Also included are apron checks, good quality in new fall patterns. Dress Ginghams at 35c - Regular 45c and 50c quality, all new patterns in pretty plaids, checks and stripes. Scotch Suitings at 59c In new fall plaids, regular 75c quality, for skirts, children's dresses, etc. Fibre and Silk Hose at 59c A good wearing Hose, offered in all shades listfi. tons.. Vinnhliv i it m innTrTiT.rr-. im.TTu--' ' - r heel and toes, $1.00 values. ,.,.: Best Quality Outings at 29c. founding Values 01 W Women's and. Children's Hose 1 at 15c Regular 25c values offered in black only, 7 good wearing quality in all sizes. REDUCED TO Women's $2.50 Union Suits $1.98 "lerode made of finest carded cotton offered in all weights, styles and sizes. ; $17.95, $19.95, $24.95, $34.95 Satins. Tricotines, Serges, Tricolette, Duvetyne and Crepe de Chine Not in several past seasons have you seen the. equal to these beautiful' dresses selling at these figures. They will delight you with their distinctive lines, tasteful color, combinations and trim ings irresFstable to those who are acquainted with present fashions. Our dress prices cannot be duplicated. Brown Domestic at 18c 37 inches wide, good heavy quality, suitable for all pur poses. ' Hope Domestic at 25c ' Full bleached, 36 inches wide, has sold as hign as 40c. Women's Shoes at $2.98 Patent kid, black kid cloth tops, in high and military heels, values up to $7.50. 10 to 25 Per Cent Off On All Ready-to-Wear Millinery Men's Shoes at $4.98 Values to $9.00 in black gun metal and patsfnt leather, button and lace styles. Grass Rugs at $9.95 Offered in many pretty stencil designs, can be use4 on either side, Fuji $15.00 quality. Men's Shoes at $7.48 Crossette made, ,values up to $10.00 in black and brown calf and gua metal, english and bluoher lasts. '- 9x12 Tapestry Rags at $17.95 Sold as seconds, offered in several different designs, regular $25.00 values. $20.00 Dresses at $9.95 Carried over but good styles, materials satin, taffeta and serges. House Dresses at 98c .Included are a few bungalow Aprons, attractive styles in gingham and percale, values to $2.0O. 21 Unequaled Values These New Goats Creat Showing of Coats For Children 4 to 14Yrs : Very Specially Priced Women's' Coats $24.95 Carried over,:butfash: ionable materials and styles, former values $30.00 to $40.00 . Women's Coats $9.95 Light weight, carried over coats and capes, former values to $25. $20, $30 Dresses at $14.95 Carried over models but styles that are as pretty as many of the new ones, tricotines, satin and serges. Order by Nail or Phone T (rWhereEvor.ybodqShopg1) UjJl 0131 r ' I ' i mm Large Blankets at $4.45 Carded cotton, offered in grey, tan and white, full double size, regular $6-00 values. Cotton Comforts at $2.89 Double bed size, carded cotton, pretty, neat cover patterns. I Heavy Comforts at $3.95 M Large size, with extra amount of new carded cotton, pretty pattern coverings. Nixed Blankets At $9.95 , Fine carded cotton and lambs woo), in pretty plaids and solid colors. 1 Order by Nail or Phone 10 Per Cent Off On All Men's Furnishings TENH. ODD FELLOWS LEAVEFOR HOMES (Continued from First Page.) The sessions of the lodge held since Wednesday afternoon have been secret and there has been little information given out tor publication. ' However. It Is under stood that the outstanding feature of the work has been the aceptance of tho committee's report on the revision of the subordinate lodges's constitu tion for the state. It i3 reliably reported that this calls for an Increase in initiatio fee from a minimum of ?S to a minimum of $15. v Much other work has been done, and exhaustive reports have been niadfl by retiring Grand Lodge officials. The report of retiring Grand Mas ter Raumgardner called attention to the necessity of the adoption of a new constitution, the need of strict econo my, the extension of jurisdiction. The report of the grand secretary shows an increase in membership dur ingfl the past year of S51, and give.s other information concerning the fi nancial condition of the order in the state. The meeting of the Grand Lodge here has been one of the most suc cessful hejd in years, and representa tives are leaving for their homes deeply impressed with the hospitality of Columbia people, and the enterprise displayed in the Dimple of the Uni-terse. Officers Elected. The Grand Lodge of Tennessee Odd Fellows will convene in 1921 at Clarks ville. This decision was reached at the night session of the Grand Lodge held at the High School here last night. Much work was disposed of by the Grand Lodge yesterday, in an effort to complete the sessions on schedule time. Grand Officers were elected as fol lows: W". M. Hannah, Harriman, Grand Master. - A. R. Gross, Chattanooga, Deputy Grand Master. ' Ben L Thompson, Lewlsburg, Grand Warden. t Dr. J. R. Harwell, Nashville, Grand Secretary. Dr. Harwell will enter into his forty-ninth year as Grand Secre tary of Tennessee Odd Fellows. J. R. Fischesser Grand Treasurer. J. D. Baumgardner, Bristol, retiring Grand Master, elected grand represen tative to Sovereign Grand Lodge, which meets next year in Toronto, Canada. The following appointive officers were selected: Charles E. Burrows, Cannon coun ty, Grand Guardian. G. W. Day, Roane county. Grand Chaplain. Dr. E. A. Timmons, Columbia, Grand Marshal A. E. Esprey, Halls, Tenn., Grand Colductor. ' ' W. E. Hardlson, Chattanooga, Tenn., Grand Herald. T' " v' ' Committee 1 Reports. The committee appointed at the meeting of the Grand Lodge a year ago to investigate the approximate cost of the installation of a printing plant for the publication of a monthly paper for the organization reported this afternoon, recommending the pur chase of two Job presses and material sufficient to operate a monthly publica tion. The Grand Lodge was asked for an appropriation of J500 per year to pay for same. Nashville Wants Grand Lodge. This morning delegates from Nash ville Odd Fellows lodges made an ef fort to have the motion to hold the i DR. E. A. TIMMONS, .., 1 !. ' . Columbia, . , Appointed Grand Marshal ' Tennessee r .' ! -.Odd Fellows. . ; . 5- J , .1 ' 1 1 A Wf "Sf a. i r s next session of the Grand 'Lodge in' Clarks ville; re-considered : ; K motion to th,is) effeot. was made by S, , Fletoher of Nashville. Hervey ,W,hit-, fleld,j,of Clarksville, moved' thatMr, Fletcher's motion for re-consideVatyqn. be tabled. The motion .to table .was carried by a large majority, ; .' , rl mm LAND UPON WKICHSUN SHINEf THAT'S WHAT VISITORS - SA'- ABOUT COUNTRY BETWEEN HERE AND MT. PLEASANT. J. H. Baker and Jeff D. Hunt, of the Cumberland Telephone Company and State Auditor Sterling Anderson, , of Jackson, were here Wednesday. Dep- ty Auditor W. Harris Puryear also ran down with them for a visit to home folks. ' - -. - i', rc-u. "I made Sterling Anderson1 come down here today te;send, him to Mt. Pleasant for I wanted hira to see he fnirest land upon which God'B Btm has rBrBttoneUtaidr.AIr. Hunt;kong( a prominent figure in the polities' of Ten nessee. ".' I have been ; about a' good leal, but that is- the beat and the most beautiful strip - of territory that my oyes ever beheld." . Mr. Anderson .s made the rip and now he is just as big a booster for Maury county as Mr. Hunt. He said he half has never been told. " , . Harding Asked Tell His Stand On League Issue (By United Press.)) ., u ,. , ROCHESTER, Oct. 21 "The accep tance of Article 10 of the league of na tions covenant would mark the filial surrender of America's constitutional integrity," Senator Harding declared A message handed to Harding 'as1 'he- stepped to the platform asked him to tell exactly where he stands on the league and quit pussyfooting. He said "I don't think my friends will accuse me of pussyfooting if he will listen to this." said Harding, and continuing he said, "As President I will never submit the treaty to the senate with Article 10 in it" In 1610 the Indians sold little old Manhattan Island for ten - cases of whisky. Today you couldn't find a man on the island who isn't willing to swap it hack for tho same considera tion. " ' t "s i. V i ' - - " ' r ' ' .. . - ti , ! ,-J; . t L I 4 4i vf f v W. M. H ANNA, ' ' ' Marrlmaa, Elected Grand Msslcr. heturned mm I " HIGHLY :H0N0REQ , .. .'-:-?, ' ' ' ' HEQQ,F.JHE,'ARffApMljE FOREST BACK HOME AFT.SpT.WO YEARS !.-. -IN A HOSPITAL. ' "'Mr.' and Mrs.R. J. Evano rnUu-Uiin ed their relatives on last" Thursday vith a barbecue dinner at their home,' "Hillside," near CampbellsVille, (ii)eK county, in honor Of their ton. Herbert J. Evans, who has just "tetui tied from !it McPhersou, Ga., -whore U has iieen under treatment siiiuc January, 1919. - , - . ; After a bouniful dinner, had been enjoyed,1 served In picnic fashion in i W beautiful lawu pictures were made of the guests who numbered seventy four, among the number beins the, venerable grandfather of the young; soldier, W. R. H. Matthews, of Maury county.' 'i -. '! ' Mr. Evans was one - of the bent know young farmers of his communi ty' hut-when hlt country' called he re fused ' tb'clalm'c agricuitural exomp tibns and volunteered. !IIe;left Tula ki'earlyi 'iri Ariril for Camp: Gordon and on' April J 25 sailed '.vfor.france. .He, landed in England,"paraded with tho first American troops , through London before the king and queen. He was one of the .first Tennes&eans , to go overseas. He was wounded In three places on the morning of October 7th. on Hill 180 in the . Argonne Forest Although wounded in hand and foot he stood by his machine gun and kept it in action until the third shot severe ly wounde him. For twenty-four months since he has been in hosp'tals in France, New York and Fort Mc pherson and has had fourteen opera tions.',. Ho will spend the winter at Ponsacola, Fla . under, u governmen care. . . . '.' ' ' ,- ' WOULD RECDGNIZF , MEXICAN GOVEHfnV (By United Press.) WASlilNGTON, Oct. 21 The Wlvt House has announced the recent of i telegram from Governor Hobby, of Texas, udging the recognition v( the Mexican government. A young woman applied I ,i a ik:,: Hon on the police force lui n fused the appointment after t-il l that she would goon as a rla'"'c!c'tl.v.o man.' ' W. R. HARDISON, , Chattanooga,, Tenn. Appointed Grand Herald. Sign in the. hotel , at Cer.'r..v !)!, Tenn.: "If. you use a clean ti.w; at home to shine your shoes on, g home. You can't do it here."