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THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 7, 1918.
THE NEWS SCIMITAR PAGE ELEVEN. ARRIVED THIS MORNING FOR THREE RED-LETTER DAYS IOEWS (.unTINUOUS i ro 11 p.m. In the Amusement History of Memphis Personal Appearance AT ALL PERFORMANCES CELEBRATED SCREEN STARS MONTAGU LOVE JUNE ELVIDGE. and JUNE ELVIDGE Both Are Entertainers Par Excellence mi Misa Elvidge and Mr. Love Will Also Be Seen in Their Newest Screen Success "The Cabaret" 5 Wj MONTAGU LOVE. IN ADDITION TO THESE TWO FAVORITES IN THE WORLD OF PICTURES 4-BIG ACTS OF VAUDEVILLE-4 41 HKAOF.O HY TUB RACY, PACY MUSICAL COMEDY Miss Elvidge and Mr. Love Will Make Their Personal Appearance At 3:30, 7:00 and 9:00 O'clock 1 1 V 1 I ' f ' 11 I'll- The Betting Bettys if Come to the 7 O'clock Show and Avoid the Big Crowds at Night Performances Matinees Except Sat., Sun. and Holidays and NIGHTS 1 5 1 0-20 and cents 30 Cents Big Shows-Little Prices DOCTORS SAY CALOMEL BEST LIVER MEDICINE But ti Avoid Griping, Sickening or Harm ful Effects, Tiki It In DISCOLAX Tablet Form, At Now Sold by Druggists. When it comos to the world's best iiver medicine, everybody knows what the doctors think about calo mel. There is no substitute for it. But to make it absolutely safe and free from sickening or harmful ef fects, medical science has perfected doses in an casy-and-pleasant-to-take tablet form known as Discolax 12 doses to the box for 25c as now sold by first class druggists. SERIOUS RIOTS TAKE PLACE IN BOHEMIA LONDON, Nov. T. Serious riots have occurred at Autsla, Bohemia, and 1'et tau, Styria, according to a Copenhagen dispatch to the Kxohange Telegraph company. Soldiers and Chilians plun dered a great number of shops and fals lories, and several houses were set on fire. Many persons were hilled. If your liver is sluggish, or, if you are constipated, have indigestion or dull headache, ask your druggist for Discolax and take a tablet at bed time now and then. It will fix you up all right. Put up and guaranteed by the Discolax Medicine Co., Clarks rille. Tenn. The next time you buy calomel jk for The purified calomel tab lets that are entirely free of all sickening and al vating effect. Gaaratftad ky rva inU,U Mi mij ia staled1 packages, fries 33c, c Relief from Eczema Don't worry about ecrema or other kin troubles. You can have a clear, healthy skin by using a little zemo, Obtained at any drug store for 35c, or extra large bottle at $1.00. Zemo generally removes pimples, blackheads, blotches, eczema and rinp worm and makes the skin clear and healthy. Zemo is a clean, penetrating, antiseptic liquid, neither sticky nor greasy and stains nothing. It is easily applied and costs a mere trifle for each application. It is always dependable Thet, W.KoeCo..acvtiiad,a , THE GREAT INVIG0RAT0R 121 down, tired -out feeling of both mind and body, indigestion, stomach disorders, const ipatioo and biliousness. NugaTone is rich In blood-building power, nourishes the nerve cells, strengthens the nervous system. It tones up the stomach, gives Hi a great appetite; gently stimulates liver, kidneys and bowels; helps eliminate the poison ous wattes; drives out Malaria; puts fresh color in i he cheek a Sparkle in the eye! DRUGGISTS GUARANTEE NUGATONE It costs $1.00 lasts" a whole month. Get a bottle Use It 20 days and If you are not benefited, take the remainder of the package back to th druggist and net your monsy back. For sale by WEISS' PHARMACY and' other aood drug stores, Try It. RESCUE MISSION TO OPEN ONEWAY BUDGET CAMPAIGN SIXTY-NINER SAYS HE KNOWS Declares Liver Medicine to Be Necessity, and Says None Better Than Black-Draught. Cameron, Okla.llr. T. L. JBostler, who lives near this plat e, recently made the following statement to a visitor: "I am sixty-nine years old. In pretty good health, able to work In the field. Black-Draught has Its part In that. I have used It for about 30 years and know what a good medicine tt Is. Much trouble and sickness comes from the liver and stomach. It ran be molded by taking Black-Draught. I used it regularly for all liver and stom ach troubles, for constipation and indi gestion. Out here, where there Is a lot of malaria, a liver medicine Is a necessity and I have never found one better than Thedford'e Black-Draught. Black-Draught has done me and my family a world of good." The liver is on of the largest organs of the body and one of the moat Im portant. It has very esanUal worlt to do, and when anything hinders It In this work, trouble results and you are bothered with headache, nausea, constipation, nr I diarrhea, vomiting, indigestion, loss of appetite, etc., etc. Tliedford's Black-Draught has. for over 70 years, been found a thoroughly lellabla vegetable liver medicine. I Try Itl For sals at vour drugfst's. ft-dv. The one-day campaign of the Mem phis Rescue mission for their annual budget of t6,000 will be started Sunday In six Memphis churches and speakers of prominence will occupy pulpits both morning and night. Supt. B. A. Kurd, who has led the mission organization to a most successful year, also will speak. The annual report of the mission from Oct. 1, 1917 to Hept. 30, IMS Hhows that a total of 10. 366 meals were served to transients and suffererB, with a volun tary chapel attendance of 4.057 The mission has obtained 450 positions for transients unable to obtain work and has given beds to 3. 890 men and women. The coming year, says Supt. Ford, will mean more men and women ol thee ripple class coming within the Jurisdiction of the mission and he urgently requests Memphlana to re spond to the call of charity. Subscrip tions will be accepted Thursday, Fri day and Saturday as well as Sunday In the churches. Hev. Fred O. Becker, of Milwaukee, Wis., former superintendent here, will arrive Saturday to occupy two of the pulpits Sunday. Peter yuartel, super intendent of the Dayton, O, mission and a famous singer, also will he here. On Saturday night at the mission chapel all will gather with the public at large In a mass meeting. At 11 o'clock Sunday, services will be held hy the speakers In the Madison Heights Methodist, the Linden Avenue Christian and the Evergreen Presby terian churches. At 7:30 o'clock Sun day night the speakers will occupy pul pits at the Chelsea avenue Presbyter ian, and the Central Cumberland Pres byterian and the First Methodist churches. At 3 o'clock Sunday afternoon the Cioodwyn Institute will be thrown open to 1he public to listen to the speakers officers of the mission Include K L. Mcltae, president; J. M. Goff. vice president; J, A. Wardle, secretary and Charles It. Miller, treasurer. Directors Include Joseph Townsend, City Com missioner Alt D. Mason, w. C. (iraves, City Commissioner C, B. Qulnn, Con gressman H. F. Fisher. K. B. ljMas ter. T M. Salter, (J. P Phillips and ,T. II. Pope. DEMAND COUNCIL. AMSTKRDAM, Nov. 7 Thousands of workers from factories and workshops in Stuttgart paraded the streets Mon day and demanded the formation of workers' and soldiers' council, says dispatch received from Stuttgart. Young Men Use Cuticura To Prevent Baldness The cause of premature baldness is usually dandruff. Shampoos with Cuticura Soap and hot water followed by occasional dressings M Cutlcufl Ointment do much to remove the worst dandruff, allay itching and irri tation and arrest falling hair. Mla fee tin to kill MtVtM rwl-aud: ' Cottaw. 6t ISA. tmn " BoM omjwIuM, (wmpSr Ototmr.t a nd Uc Tlm t tContlnued From Firat I'agl. rhire guns. 15 trencn mortars. Sgo.mio rounds of ammunition and much other material. Notwtths'.nding the fact that the Ger mans hae put in fresh divisions, the American and French troops continue their grim advance. Murvaua. north of the Preys line and east of Dun, was reuched and operations aboirt the heights to the east of Sedan are well under way The advance on Rauoourt and Chem ery was accomplished against machine gun fire. The Germans had Intrenched themselves In every available shell hole, supplemented by trenches, but were driven out without excessive use of artillery. It was an Infantry engage ment, .e Ormans are giving way be fore the steady rushes of tha Americans 1 1 liirniAiii TfAMn in mum i liTrr llllki " WATCH pari of sedan wait FRENCH USING CAVALRY TO PURSUE GERMANS PARIS, Nov. 7. Along the entire French front the pursuit of the re treating Germans was taken up again this morning, according to today's war office announcement The French hne thrown cavalrv Into the action on their right, where the mounted troops are pushing in the direction of the Mouse. GERMANS TELL BELGIANS THEY ARE LEAVING GHENT OX TDK BATTLK FRONT IN BEI. Glt'M, Nov. 7. (By the Associated Press ) -A wireless dispatch waa re ceived at the headquarters of Oen. Beauialns, from the Germans, say Ins they had derided to abandon Ghent, and asking the Belgians not to fire on the suburbs cf the town where while flags were raised. American troops from Ohio, under (he command of Gen. Farnsworth, played a reat part In the relief of the city bv an attack on the Eecke aallent, IS nitles southwest of Ohent, which was taken by storm yesterday. Their losses were comparatively light. BRITISH NOW CLOSE TO B0RDERSJ)F BELGIUM LONDON, Nov. 7. British forces are continuing their progress along the Franco-Belgian battle line. Northeast of Valenciennes, according to Field Marshal llalg's report today, they have reached the outskirts of Qulevrain and Crespln, close to the Belgian border. FRENCH ATTACKS NET BIGGEST GAIN OF WAR PARIS, Nov, 7. The operations by the French yesterday netted one of the greatest advances yet made, measuring more than six miles at various points The Important towns of Vervlns. Mont cornet and Relhel were occupied and progress was made far beyond the places the war office announced last night. 1,000,000 AUSTRIANS ARE PRISONERS OF ITALIANS ITALIAN HRAnuiIARTERS IN EASTERN ITALY, NoV. 7. (By the As sociated Props I The Italian army Is gathering in the booty of Its great vic tory. The value of the capttlred ma terial will eventually reach S, 000,000, ono it i estimated. It now Includes 200.000 horses and 6.000 guns. By a rough count 1,000.000 Austrian prisoners are now In Italian hands. HAIG'S NIGHT STATEMENT TELLS OF NEW ADVANCE LONDON, Nov. 7. (By the Associated Press )- The British are continuing (heir advances east of Mormal forest, according to Field Marshal Halg's re port las; night from headquarters, and have occupied numerous village- and the Important railway Junction at Atil uoye. , P0ILUS BOUND ONWARD PRESSING CLOSE ON HUN WITH THF, FHENOH ARMIES IN FRANCE, Nov. 7 (By the Associated Press A--The French armies made an other forward bound yesterday of from flvo to sevan miles, all along their front from east of Guise lo their junc tion with the American forces west of the Meuse, pressing close upon the rear guards left by the Germans, who are In full retreat. Gen. Deheny's troops. tramping through the mud and drenched hy the continuous downpour of rain, captured Nouvlon and Ragnaval forests. The booty taken over on thjs front Indi cates that the enemy's retreat tins been more precipitate than that of yes terday. Prisoners captured say that the retreat will continue for a distance of 15 or 20 miles farther. WORLD FAMOUS CROOK FOUND SHOT TO DEATH CHICAGO, Nov. 7. - Edward Joseph Fay, a world notorious crook and bank robber, known as "Eddie Fay," was found shot to death In an Blley here. There was a bullet wound In his head Just below the right ear. The police believe he was slain hy a member of his own gang, following an argument over the division of loot. Fay's career of crime extends all over America, and parts of Europe. He be came Internationally known 15 years ago when he was arrested In Paris with Mickey (iieason. siso oi ' m csgo, for robbery of s Paris bank. They were sentenced to Devil's Island. I Erench orison, surrounded by cliffs and Fav later escaped He was the first criminal to make a successful hrenk for freedom from that prison The police estimate that Fay has stolen more than J2.000.000 from banks throughout the country. CAPTUREDHUN MOST BITTERJJN PRUSSIANS WITH THE ALLIED ARMIES IN FRANCE AND HELOICM. Nov. 7. (By the Associated Press. i -A German of ficer from Badeh, captured along with en entire Baden regiment, was most hitter in his denunciation of the Prus sians, especially Gen, Ludendorff, be cause regular army officers have been held bai k from the fighting line while civilian officers have been sent In to lead the men. He said: "rTmperrtr William will have to go. We will have no more of thai breed on the throne." AMERICAN PRISONERS MISTREATED BY HUNS ' GENEVA. Nov. 7. American prison ers In Germany are being badly mis treated In spite of the protests of the American Red Cress Americans ar riving at the prison camps at Limhtirg. Darmstadt and Glesson huvo (heir clothes stolen and their hoots replaced with wooden sabots. The American Red (Toes shipped clothing to replace that which was stolen. A protest was made to MaJ. Gen. Freldarlch, Inspector of prisoners, hut he reulled that the equipment of sol diers in captivity Is considered booty. Republicans Win Wilson's Town PRINCETON, N. J., Nov. 7. Tha Republicans carried Princeton, President WHMn't home town, In Tuesday's election The prejjldtnt s own district the Seventh gave small pluralities to Gov. Walter E Edge, Senator David Balrd and Elijah C. Hutrhlnson, the Repub lican candidate for congress. On prohibition the borough voted '"wet." At 8 O'Clock Saturday Morning A FURNITURE AND HOME FURNISHING STOCK VALUED AT NEARLY One-Quarter Million Dollars WILL BE PLACED ON SALE AT UNBELIEVABLE PRICE SACRIFICES $100,000 Must Be Raised A " ,B " mum i i Hi-ism imiiniiiipni ipiisi.i , MIMHI - - Values unbelievable, bargains beyond comprehension. An economy event of utmost importance to every householder. Hold yourself in readiness. Come! Save! Be on hand early! See Friday's Papers For The Good News GERMAN LEADERS LI THREATE WW IFWARCONTINUES (Continued from Klrsl Psgc.) land have been forwarded lo Berlin by the new Polish national government, according to the Rhelnlach Westpha llan Garotte of Essen. LONDON REGARDS END OF WAR AS MATTER OFvDAYS LONDON, Nov. 7 -Reports that Her man delegates have gone from Berlin to meet Marshal Foch nre considered here as an assurance thai liglili'o: will bo over In a f. w days, but there Is no celebrating here. The last few days huve been r.n crowded with enormous event that there is no capacity left for surprises or seiiHntlono The terms of President Wilson s note lo Herman) dealing with the freedom of Ihc seas and compen sation to the allies, are Indorsed by nil newspapers nere 11 Is believed that 'iermany knew from the lenns of Hie Austrian armistice the sort of peace she had to expect and thai her mili tary and political situations give her no alternative. News comes from the front that Die hard-pressed German armies have no fresh divisions left lo throw Into the battle. They have no groat reserves Of ammunition. The German people are demanding peace nt any price to save whatever they may from the wreck age. A few junker newspapers arc still crj lng for war to the lasl ditch, hut the socialists seem lo have turned the scales decisively In the other di rection. Eroui a British viewpoint the great est humiliation I iermany will suffer will he In having her- fleet surrender, or pass without one great fight to Hie death News from Kiel makes It doubtful whether Hie sailors would go Into battle If the officers decided to fight. Even the best Informed men here are unable to arrive at a clear Judgment, from them any conflicting reports as to the magnitude of the revolt against war nmnng the German people, or how strong u the demand for the emperor's abdication. One fart Is plain There never was fUon freedom of speech In Germany as today Diplomats and soldiers are each try ing to place the blame for their ootin try'a downfall on the other placards have blossomed out In Merlin saying that the emperor and the crown prince must go. PARIS BELIEVES GERMANS WORSE OFF THAN KNOWN PARIS. Nov. 7 News that a Ger man while flag party had left for the front made a deep Impression In Prance, where the prompt action of the German government took the pub lic hy surprise. The last llngerlm: doubts as to Germany'! Hinoerliy In asking for an armistice seem to be removed. On the contrary, Hie Im pression now la thai Germany is really worse oft than generally believed in the meantime the allied troops nre giving the enfeebled enemy on rest. Deserted by their lasl remaining allv. the weather the rniu fell In sheets yes terday the retreat of the Germans Verges perilously near a rout. British forces are wjhln a few miles of Mau beuga, the fall Of which Is Imminent ThS Prent'h First army Is converging on lllrson. The Snemy Is fnlllnt back on the Mouse before the French Fourth and Fifth armies which are driving In his tent guard and capturing manv ma chine guns The German white flag party may hear of the fall of the Ger man emperor's former headquarters "i Charlevllle and Mesleivs before ll(v reach Marshal Foch. Near the Meuse the American army wot lung In close tOUCh with Gen Gou raud's forces are demolightti bit oy hit the powerful pillar of the German defense Oil the western front The de struction of HiIh main bastion would Invalvs the whole enemy retreat in dls asldr Then. Is now no resting place for tha German hosts this side of the Rhine Indeed, It Is not too much to say that the Germans are doomed to defeat without hope of recovery TRIESTE SHIPPING FIRM GOING INT0J3ANKRUPTCY AMSTERDAM, Nov. 7-The Aus trian Lloyd Shipping company, of Trieste, Is going Into voluntary liquida tion, according to the Berlin Tngeblatt This company lost In the three vears of the war 6,485,000 crowns. SPANISH CABINET GOES TO 0FFERJESIGNATI0N MADRID Nov. 7- After a long ses sion in the Chamber tndav, Antonio Maura, the premitr, went to King Al fonso to suhnill the resignation of his entire cabinet, SHELL KILLS CONSUL AND WARJPRISONERS VMHTMUDAM, Nov, 7. -Th Ameri can rotiHUl it ml lVn Rritttn war prln nniM-N hav been killed by thn from bard m Ant of Chtfltrol, MUtnwstt of Nfcmur, In n Ik turn, fcoooftflftf t Ber lin tllipatohei rtciiVM hftft. TENESSEANS IN PRISON. vVAHlNOTON, Nov 7. Names of (I!) enllsteii men In Herman prison camps announced today by the war de partment include: At Camp Hastattl Privates Archie It Alien, Blackahear, Qa.; Nathan Dun. uican, it. 2, vviison, n. c ; Lemuel Mates, ( inne, Tenn. LIFT FLU BAN. SAVANNAH, Oa Nov 7.- Huvummli today lifted Hi" fun brought about bv the prOMflCfl of the Spanlnh InMuaniH. Tin epidemic hn beeeed tlid the iui itury board yeeterdAy gnneunoed that totfajr HfhooiM, tntoteri 4ftd ohuronee i'muM renuinf UN ukujiI ThA bun wan on prurt hniiy three teeta YANKS TO REPAIR LEVEE. LITTLE! ROCK, Ark , Nov. 7 8pl Arrangements are being made to send soldiers from Camp Pike lo Chicot county lo repair a break in the Missis sippi river levee there. 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