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THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 7, 191S.
THE NEWS SCIMITAR :1W Mr; WPiitfir r k. r ..... I 1 -j T I SOCIETY j ANNOUNCEMENTS Beethoven Club Meeting. A lares and enthusiastic meeting of the members of the Heethoven club u heM Wednesday morning In the YVomans club. Mrp. J. F. Hill, presi dent, in thi enir, The plans outlinel by the ehairmen of committees give promise of one of the most interesting and instructive years in the history of the club. With frs. Mill as leader, the success of the club is assured. The artists' committee has been es pecially fortunate In securing for the first concert of the. season, to be given at Gooduyn Institute, Tuesday evening. Nov. 19, Miss Roaalie Miller, soprano, and Miss Augusta Cottlo'v, pianist. The artists' committee Is composed of Mrs. K. S. Worden. chairman. Mines. Ben jamin S. Tarker, T. W. Sherron. B, W. Tavlor, J. W, Canada. AV. P. Chap man, W. I;. Wilhoite. The monthly membership concerts are a source of great pleasure and benefit to the club. The first of these concerts for the season will he given Saturday, Nov. 30, and arc In charge of .Mrs. uavlil u i.rimin. cnairman, Mrs. James I. McKee, vice-e'hairman. assisted by Mmes. O. II. Muehler, Ir win K. Bensdorf, AV. M. Husteed, U. L. Brown, U Y. Mason, H. H. Fair fax, Ralph Jurden and Miss Ireno Martin. An Important committee is the hos pitality committee, members of which serve as the official hostesses of the club noon special occasions, and sev eral members of which are present to greet the guests at each of the month ly concerts. In the spring, when a number of musicians will be the guests of the olub here, these ladies will serve as hostesses. The members appointed by Mrs. Hill to serve on this commit tee are Mmes. K. E. Douglass, chair man: J. T. Htnton, vice-chairman; Frank Fisher, James M. McCormacU, Frank Tayloe. R. P. Iake, Milton An derson, W. B. Murrah, Robert Kagin, Ralph May. F. J. Pritchard, Ike Crab tree, James Starlt, James Ptriithwlck, X. W, Speer. John Gaston. James Ca nale, Charles "Y. Floyd, J. K. Paine and Fv. K. U .Martin. A new department of work tinder taken by the' club, which the members ay will be of special benefit to the 'ify, is that, of extension. The work of ihe committee in charge of this de partment will be to provide musicians when called upon by the city or by am- of the local Institutions. The com mittee includes Mrs. Hen S. Tarker, chairman; Mrs, Edmund Wiley, vice chairman, and Mmes. Mark Brown. G. T. Fitzhugh, G. V. Gunther, Claude Tulle, lien Goodman. T. F. Mitchell, H. fihrpard, U. 1). Owen. It. M. Keattle, T). Y. Flv, E, I-. Hooper, of Cordova, M. C. Smith and F. N. Montgomery, of Rardis, Miss., and Miss Jennie De Shazo. The musical culturo class of the club, which proved such a brilliant success the past year, under the di rection of Mrs. R. A. Street, will soon announce a most Interesting plan of study. Members of this committee this year are Mrs. Louise Trezevant, chair man; Mrs. R. A. Street, vice-chalr-r,an; Mmes. A. B. Williams, W. B. Gerber, V. Faehrmann, Chester Waters, Misses Frances Cole. Rachel Johnston, Susie De Sliazo, Belle Wade and Emma Adams. A new wmrnlttoe has been created, of which Mrs. Joint O. Flautt is the chairman. The young ladles of the club wiir take their places as ushers, replacing the young men that have heretofore served in that capacity. Mrs. Flautt will have to assist her Misses Margaret GaUMe, Mlnetry Miller, Lu cille Deurree. Lucille Craig. Gladys Cauthen, together with a number of thoso who have yet to De notittea oi their appointment. Another new committee, that of pub lic appropriation, has also been an nounced. Mrs. Jason Waiker Is chair man and Mrs. 31. Q. Lambert vice chairman. The committee of nubile school mu sic has for its chairman Mrs. Jesse Houck, assisted by Mmes. John Gals ford. Jacob Bloom. Jesse Culllngs, W. O. Reed, Misses Lucille Ham, Alma Hill, Beatrice Garrison. Press Committee Mmes. T. Jr. Sher- ron, Louis Trezevant, W. J. Hon, Sig bund Harpman, Misses Zoe and Mar garet ForDes. Calendar Mmes. William Floyd, J. L. Andrews and E. W. Taylor. The Jv'or branch of the club will hold an election of officers and plan Ihe work for the ensuing year at an curly date. The committee from the senior or ganization in charge of the. work of the junior is composed of Mrs. Rogers MeCallum, chairman; Mrs. Stella Gra ham, vice-chairman; Mmes. W. S. Hyatt, J. W. Tern'. Fulcher, Alfred Solun, Misses Margaret Gause, Gladys Canthen, Susie Booker and Abble Lou McGehee. Sale of "Gage" and "Fisk" Hats That We Have Been Telling You About fTrfi'i'.TH tflsfi rfl if d VViTT See the Hats ,.:rr,1.,:.;::6!i;;i:. iavi:; i zamz uh mbi , i;k . iyzvmw a: e v'1 tv .. ,t' Is Now Ready and Awaits Your Approval They Will Tell You More at a Glance Than We Could Tell You in a Page of Newspaper Conversation They Talk for Themselves Styles Without End to Suit Your Own Individuality Present Moment Authentic Modes JABs""5S m An lln- matchahle Style Offering Thousands to h Choose From I No Two Alike Come Early You Can Buy These Hats at Less Than Wholesale Cost Meet at Goodwyn Institnte. All women captains of the united war work campaign, with their teams and substitutes, are requested to meet at Goodwyn Institute Friday eveTiing at 8 o'clock. Plans for the coming cam paign will bo discussed and final in structions will be given. Board of Managers Meet. The regular monthly meeting of the hoard of directors Of the Sunshine home for aged men mill be held Friday morn ing at 10:30 o'clock in the parlors of Hotel Chlsca. A full attendance is urged, as the officers for the ensuing year will bo installed. Community Singing. The Community singers will meet Saturday afternoon at 4 o'clock on the sixth floor of tho Chamber of Com merce. The music will be under the direc tion of Mrs. R. S. Dimmock and Mrs. B. C. Helnke will servo as the accom pantst. This will bo the first meeting for the season and all children interested will have their names registered. M. E. Church Auxiliary. The Woman's Missionary Study class of the First Methodist church will re sume the regular semimonthly classes Monday afternoon at 2 o'clock in the Junior rooms. - Spanish Classes at Club. Tho first meeting for the season of the Spanish classes of the Nineteenth Century club will be held Friday morn ing under the direction of Mrs. R. W. Hooker. The class is open to all club mem bers Interested in the language, which has become vitally necessary and Is being recognised ns a patriotic duty. For the benefit of those wishing to begin, three study periods have been arranged as follows: Beginners' class. 9:45: intermediate class. 10:30, and ad vanced class 11:15 o'clock. . . Lamar-Magnolia Club. The regular monthly meeting of the Tjimar-Magnolla Civic club will be held Friday evening at 8 o'clock at Rozell school. An Interesting program has been ar ranged, when the Italian feature will he especially attractive. The speakers of the evening will be Mayor Frank Monteverde and John Galllna. The mu sical program has been arranged by Dr. A. B. Williams. Services at Temple. ' Jew. Catholic and Protestant. United In War Work for Our Boys," Is the sub ject of an address to be made by Rabbi I "Gage"and"Fisk"HatsRecognized ft Individuality Hundreds Upon Hundreds to Select From and Every One Exclusive Arranged for Your Selection in Four Big Groups 'Gage" and "Fisk" Hats "Gage" and "Fisk" Hats w.!ii.i!'F;'?t 1WS '!tH.V:. ! I, 4! ("Gage" and "Fisk" Hats "Gage" and "Fisk" Hats $7.50 I $fi.50 Their Wholesale Prices Range From $7.50 to $8.50 '. Ik,::i:M IJmJi.n. J $8-50 $lfl.oo Their Wholesale Prices Range From $8.50 to $12.50 Their Wholesale Prices Range From $12.50 to $16.50 Their Wholesale Prices Range From $15.00 to $20.00 I This unexpected and most unusual opportunity in high-grade millinery is due to several very serious obstacles in the I path of industry (unseasonable weather and the ravaging "Spanish flu" epidemic) which have greatly retarded busi I ness and naturally created a congestion. Theonly speedy method of relief was substantial reductions in price. We were alert to the conditionsa fact which is most emphatically demonstrated by this truly wonderful style gathering from two of America's foremost millinery designers, recognized by fashionable dressers from coast to coast as authentic style creators. The liberal concessions induced us to buy very freely real t izing that the women of Memphis and vicinity would be quick to, grasp a like opportunity. Every Woman Knows "FISK" I and I "GAGE" I HATS 1 i They possPHB lines of smart- j ness mul individuality that j emphasize, their style tmpor- tance at first glance. Tailored Hats that are charac- g rerised by a chic simplicity their trim, plain lines accent- uated In distinctive ways (or I Which these makers are go B well known. ' Triinineil Mats that are created J.J Into such artistic graceful- &S ness aa only these famous H liiuises can produce that pos- ja sess a distinctive Individuality In the inimitable "Gage" and 1 "Klsk" way. In other words, they possess I individual charm and clever- 514 ness that claim instant recog- nit ion by fashionable dressers S all over the country. iMciraffiiiiM msmmmm William H. Flneshriber, at tho New talte part In th dedicatimi of ci.m Poplar Avenuo temple, Friday evenlng- at o CIOCK. A special musical proa-ram has been arranaed by tho orranist, Mrs Ham Oj penhelmer. Mr. Heber Moss, will be the soloist for the evening. The public is cordially invited. Cummings School. The Parent-Teacher assoclatio'.i of Cummings school will hold Its reg ular monthly meeting Friday after noon at 3:15. Important business concerning the year's work will be discussed, and all members are urged to be present. Community Service Flag. The citieens of Arlington araln demonstrated their patriotic spirit hen on Wednesday afternoon at 8:30 o'Slocli more than SSo enthusiastic woepers gathered in front of the postofflo to munity service flag, presented by the Ladles' Aid sociclv of the Sreabvterlan church. The flag has u6 stars. The following projrrani whs rendered: Song, "Star Spangled Hanner;" address, Rev. Rob. Mobley; duet. Mrs. Herrinir and Mrs. Stewart; reading. Miss Iieu pre.e: song. "Sons of America," pupils of Arlington high school; presentation of flag and ro'l call. Ir. It. E. Herring: sonjt. "God - Kless nur Splendid Men;" prayer. Rev. Rob. Mobley; America." and Its Philo Club Meeting. The regubr meeting of the Philo club will be held Thursday evening at 8 o'clock in tho Odd Fellows' building-. All members are urged to be present, as business of importance will be discussed. Additional society on page 7. The lied 'riss branch of ;lte S" I'resbyterlali church reopen workrooms Friday. In Ihe morning n business iesslon I will be held, when the annual election of officers will take plac e. A full at tendance Is urge,! . The department of sweaters, ivrlet let and helmets requests all knitters to send all finished garments to head quarters, a an earh' shipment of these articles, is being prepared. To Save Fuel. $ The government urges use. of Men I Weatherstrips on windows and doors. Cheara Floor Sr. Screen Co. ad' You Owe It to Yourself to Look Young. Rea'd News Scimitar V-VTts. Woman Is no oMer than sha look! Is an accepted truth WontM who permit grny hairs to matte tbam OW are Inflict Ina a great injustice on thamselves. As art youraalf Fight !(! age with C-Nu It will restore your gray, faded or trtaked hlr to a haauttlul shade Vour druggist guarantees It. 1'rlue 00c dT. 275 Madison. ASTHMA "INSTANTLY RELIEVED WITH OR NONET REFUNDED ASK ANT (AUGUST A Sale That Raises the Standard of Value Giving Quite a Few Notches MB mmh k am a i mm i i 1 1 1 i mm 1 1 mmmmmi m m m a r m mu m: & c ' i ; mmtwumsKssasz tmMKtsM J. W. Norm & Co. FUNERAL DIRECTORS Telephone 585 RED CROSS NOTES FIRST AID on washday- -call in GRANDMA. Nomcrc rubbing. GRANDMA just tlnves in .dirt out. It is powdered. Glor ious cloansing buda in a jiffy. Aniiunuirc w..i a, WhU bch unHnumH J Ys gjutwithCnianii't Powdered SOAP Ask Your Grocer For It WOMEN SIXTY YEARS YOUNG SAD, SAD, If You Don't Install Monarch Ketal Weather Strips now, and ihould freeze tliia win ter, and have to die to thaw out - and, hosideH. they keep the Boot and dirt outside, an even tem perature Inside, stop rattling win dows and nave 2r per cent fuel. Will pav for themselves In abOUl five years and last as !onjr as tha win. lows and door th kind I iell will MONARCH all n!C, copper and hronae MAIN 253 GEO. MAHAN 3 S, FRONT ST. Read News Scimitir WaaU-