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MONDAY DECEMBER 1, 1V1B.
THE NEW,S SCIMITAR PAGE SEVEDs. Do It Now! Join the American Christmas Savings Club Today Save for Next Christmas Start with 2c or $1 there are six convenient plans under which you can save weekly the small amounts during the year, and have enough money next Christmas to buy the presents you'd like to give. Let every member of the family join our Christ mas Savings 'Club teach thrift to the children. Step into our banking rooms and we will be pleased to explain how you can easily and con veniently become a member of the American Christmas Savings Club. We Pay 3 Per Cent Interest American Savings Bank & Trust Co. CORNER SECOND AND MADISON THIS SPLENDID SHOE IN THHKK (illAI)KH Tenna No. 541 Havana brown kid Tenna NT). 542 Koko calf $11.00 $10.00 Tenna No. 542 dQ ff Mahogany calf P.UU Write for Catalog. in EEESHOECO. 50 WI TH MAIN ST. Why Worry About Your Debts? Pay 'Em Up! WE WILL LEND YOU MONEY ON PERSONAL IN DORSEMENT, REPAYABLE WEEKLY PAYMENTS. LOANS ALSO MADE ON LIBERTY BONDS, GOLD, DIAMONDS, SILVER AND JEWELRY REMEDIAL LOAN SOCIETY 520 EXCHANGE BLDG SMITH FORM-A-TRUCK In perfect mechanical condition. Will sell cheap or ex change for a good pair of mules. This is an exception ally good bargain for someone who needs it. LATURA-WHITTEN COAL CO. Both Phones 2531. 443 Decatur St. Thinks Epidemic of "Flu" ' Found Many With Low Vitality. Matter of Precaution Take Tonic of Iron, Herbs and Roots. If your health is perfect this may not Interest you. If your health Is not j perfect, logically you are either sick or "partially sick." If flick, you need n doctor'i advice, and medicine If "Partially 8ick" you surely will bene fit by taking a real medicine tonic, contalnlnr no alcohol or hahlt forming drugs. U you are weaK, nervous, tired, slugglah and get no utrongth from your food you need a tonic. If neuralgia pains, headache, back ache, stomach dlstre.a assail you a tonic la your crying need. If Irritable, hysterical, sleepless ana you worry and fret without reason you need a tonic. If you are thin, anemic, "Bloodless" and 111 nourished; if you catch cold too easily; if you tire with slight exertion and you are melancholy because of your Inability to live and enjoy life aa others do, surely a tonic of iron, root and herb extracts will help you. Thousands like yrfu, have found strength and cheerfulness by taking throe prsin Cadomene Tablets. the tried formula of a good physician. If"Partlally Sick," you may Increase your risk of fstal ailmenta attacking your weakened vltalily Be sensible and wise by toning up your health; right now is the time to begin Aak your druggist for Cadomene Tablet." and take rr directed bv the libel, adv Busir.ee. Cuii.ga. m Madison Ave. Aak Man of alamohia About It Do You Rent? Wouldn't you like to have your own home? One built especially for you, fire-resisting, beautiful, and moderate in first cost and upkeep? We h ave an illustrated book, "Information for Home Builders." It tells what you need to know. A copy free on request. Write or 'phone us. Li, .1 MOSS, President CLARENCE DEYov, VU'e-I'rrs and Tress. JOHN A. DENIE'S SONS CO. Established 17 building; matkkial Office and Store 82 South Front St. MEMPHIS. TKN.V, I'.S A Electric Work FOWLER L Next to Gas Co. MFIICV il-Vl II VI 1 Wl J s WS I I HEREIN 1919 NOW APPEARS ASSURED Majority of Sixteen Depart ment Commanders Express Themselves as in Favor of Memphis as Meeting Place. It is not unlikely that MompMana. sometime in the early spring, probably in Mav. will turn their attention tem porarily from thrt heroes of to.iay to the memory of the heroes of yester day. It is not unlikely that Main street will wltnrss again the thin gray line, which Southerners, before the "big" war, used to say "the like of which the worM will never see again. " If the reunion of Confederate veter ans ih held in Memphis, an effort will be made to consolidate it with the plana for celebrating the 190th anniversary of tho founding of the city Authorities differ upon the exuet date, but the beat of them. Including Judge J. P. Young and Judge James H. Mftlone, agree that the month of May will .suffice II is understood that the city officials con template an appropriate observance of the centenary of the founding of Mem phis, and if the two events ur con solidated, they probably will lend a fea tiveness to each other The place for .holding the 1919 re union has not been decided upon At the Tulsa reunion last ear it was de cided to leave the selection of the next place, to the department ooiumunders. There are lt of them, many of whom have expressed a willinfnesa to select Memphis while others are enthusiastic over the proposal. Some are commit ted to their own cities, but slight op position is expected from any source. Would Bring 150,000. It is estimated that a reunion would hring to Memphis not less than l.'iO.OOO visitors. It is planned to establish the veterans at the Trt-State fairgrounds, where they could he comfortably housed and well oared for. At Tulsa the peo ple of the eity purchased lares quanti ties of material, such as. mattresses, for (ho use of the veterans, and this might lie obtained at a reduced price. Not less than $76,000 will he required to properly entertain the visiting vet erans and their matrons and maids of honor, Some of the local organisations doubtless will take up this feature within the near future. ieorg B BowllnK. quartermaster In chief of the Sons of Confederate Vet erans, Monday had a. letter from (ten K. It VanZandt, general commanding, in which he said: "1 will havi (Sen. Miekle address ihe members of the committee officially Immediately. 1 have no doubl Memphis will be select ed. 1 thank you very much fur the in terest you have taken." Memphis Is Favored. In the course of his correspondence with the division commanders on the subject the unofficial expression Is largely favorable to Memphis Extracts from letters received by Mr. Howling are as follows: "It meeis with my warmest approba tion to hold the next reunion In Memphis."-Oen. Calvin B, Vance, com mander Tennessee department, "I would he glad to vole in favor of Memphis for Ihe holding of ui.r next reunion. I believe It will give general satisfaction to all the veterans. Oen. Julian S. Carr. commander army of Virginia department. "In my opinion Memphis will be highly satisfactory to the veterans on account of the location and the fact that Memphis has always taken good care of the veterans." (Sen W. T. Shaw, commander trans-MlsslsslppI de-niLrtment. "It seems to me thut Memphis Is the logical place above all others. Its location, excellent eapeellv for enter tSUnlng and the splendid hospitality of the roodlv citv. which we have tested before, ull argue In favor of Memphis as the place. (Sen. . It. Freeman. commander Virginia division. "It is mv oDlnlon that the Texas di vision will be greatly pleased to hold the next reunion in Memphis. -uen E. W. Kirk Patrick, commander Texas di ision. "I would prefer Memphis lo am place for our next reunion. The veterans of Missouri would favor Memphis and all veterans have a warm place In their minds for the elegant manner in wnicn they were entertained at former re unions In Memphis. I hope you will win over other places. Oen, Vv . (. Bronaugh. commander Missouri dl vision. "I think Memphis a very suitable place. it Is centrally located and a city of such size as to comfortably entertain. 1 have an Idea that the suggestion of Memphis will be favor ably received by the Confederates and their friends throughout Ihe enuPtry." Oen. W. J. Stone, commander Ken tucky division. "I am heartily in favor of Memphis. I have attended two reunions there be fore and both were highly satisfactory to me and olher veterans. "--(Sen. W. M. Woten, commander Mississippi di vision. "I im sure Memphis would take good care of the veterans and see that they have a gnrxi time." (Sen. I) M. Halley, commander Oklahoma, division. "Memphis is the proper place to hold the reunion. Thank Memphis for the Kind invitation." (Sen. C W. Hooper, commander Alabama division. "I am sure the l.ouisiana division will be delighted to learn thai Memphis has offered tn entertain In May, 1H1H As commander for the Louisiana division, I will he delighted lo accept the Invi tation " -Qen. Ceo. H. Tlcnenor, com mander Louisiana division. "The Teemessee' division and myself heartily indorse Memphis for the next reunion. Command me in'any way I may serve Memphis." Qen. John P. Hickman, commander Tennessee division. "Of the number of cities that have been mentioned, my division would cheerfully vote for Memphis, and vou are hereby authorized to use this letter for thai purpose. Hen w. A Clark, commander South Carolina division. The iiast commander-in-chief: "I am of the opinion thai Memphis would be a suitable place rnr our ncl reunion and I would be pleased to see it se .ected." (Sen. Geo, 1'. Harrison. The past commander of the army of Northern Virginia: "I am In favor of Memphis ana will do all 1 can to see thai she gets the reunion," Oen. ,1 Thompson Brown. The past commander of Ihe Missis sippi division: "I think Memphis is the best located city in the South for the reunion and I am very much In favor of having the next reunion there." Gen. G. W. I'tice. CLAIMS BODY OF SON MISSING FOR ONE YEAR J. L. Miller, of Trenton, Tenn,. Sun day claimed the bodv or his Ifi-vear-old truant son. Jack Miller, who died of pneumonia at the General hospital after being missing from home for more than a year. The l,"dy has been forwarded lo Trenton for burial. Miller told hospital altnehss that his son ien noma in company with a tramp who begged something to est at the Miller hoifie. Since that time he had not been heard from He was found ill in a room on North Tlcrd street, where he had started to board, it Is presumed he was alteim.Hn tn obtain a job in Memphis. The hov told hospital attaches before be died that his father resided in Mi'Kenzie or union city, Tern,, and messages to those places brought no response. TWO PATROLMEN DOZE ON DUTY; SUSPENDED Patrolmen .1. T Gaskins and B. J Bryant, two of the old men of the po lice force, were suspended Morula' on charges of sleeping on duty Hundsy morning at 4 o'clock. Capt. O'Hesrn night officer, stepped In on the offi cers In a basement st Oayoso avenue and Main street and found them snooi- Inr Patrolman H. L. Brynnt and his part ner. Hooks, were under fire Saturday Tllphl fro allaaa.1 ,),.,.,... ...... ........ .... "wu . , uuiy. Cspt o Hearn, It Is said, found Bry ant missing from Hie ward and Hooks refused tn divulge his whereabouts An investigation revealed he had been requested by a young woman who was frip-htenert at lb 1st hnup tn ........ - " w OBLUI I her home. and Now in Earnest to Fill the Gift List t.i (Tljrishnas Sale of Tailored Suits Any woman requiring a Tailored Suit will find it greatly to her advantage to visit our Suit Section. More than three hundred suits ar involved, made of Scrpe, Gaberdine, Velour, Silvertone, Duvet tie ljines. Broadcloth and Poplin. Suns correctly styled and expertly tai lored. We quote their former prices, which were moderate for suits ol this character You can figure for yourself what the savings are $39.75 Suits reduced to $27 '$75.00 Suits reduced to $57 to $5 Suits now $37 , $ 80 to $ 95 Suits now $()7 to $70 Suits now $47 $110 to $135 Suits now $77 Tailored Suits ami Drosses sold during this sale will not bo sent on approval or taken back for credit. Important Sale of Dresses Women seeking pretty dresses for holiday functions will welcome this special selling event, which presents hundreds ol fashionable dresses at a great savin-;. Here is your opportunity to buy a stylish dress of satin, meteor, charnieu.se. irorg-ette, wool jersey, velvet and serge at the following reductions; $25.00 and $:0.(X) Dresses reduced to $17.00 $40.00 and $45.00 Drosses reduced to $'27.00 $50.00 and $55.00 Dresses reduced to $rV7. $t0.(Kj and $70.00 Drosses reduced to $47.00 $75.00 to $!)8.:-)0 Drosses reduced to $57.00 furs the Jdeal tfift The Lowenstein Fur Department is well known for ihe hith stand ard it maintains and for us gerat varieties. All taMes and preferences can he met successlull), if selection is made now while assortments are so varied, JAUNTY COATEES AND CAPES AX -nof FASHIONABLE STOLES AND SCARFS Al A) o CORRECTLY STYLED MUFFS DISCOUNT HMAU Tin AA Il ATI '1 1 J'il ISUTtS () a Qifts for Men We've said it before, hut it's worth while re peating, that the choosing of men's Christmas gifts need not be a confusing problem if you visit Lowenstein's Men's Furnishing, Glove or Handkerchief Sections. Our stocks are amply capable of fulfilling every specific requirement of taste. Men's $1.00 to $1.80 Wide, Open-Knrt Four-ln-Hand Silk Ties in n wonderful range of assorted patterns-to choose from. They are samples of one of the best neck wear manufacturers in America; special at Other Holiday Neck wear of fine, heavy silk $1.50 to $3.50, Men's $5.00 and $6.00 Tub Silk Shirts, in as sorted stripe patterns; special tomorrow for $8.SB Men's Silk Shirts -Tub Silk, Silk and Unen. Crepes and Broad Silks, in new patterns; also the khaki ; priced from , $5.00 to $10.50 Men's Shirts of fine Madras, Percale and other desirable shirtings . .$'.00 to $.oo Men's Mufflers, in Silk Knit and Flat Silks, in plain Shades, mixtures and stripes, with and without fringe; also full line of Wool Khaki Mufflers, ,75c to $13.00 Sweaters for Men "V" neck, ruff neck collars, military collars, slipover without sleeves and with sleeves, In all the wanted colors and khaki, in cotton. wool-mted and all-wool, from $l.f8 to $1.00 Men's Outdoor Sleeping Suits - With rap and feet pro tectors attached, ant made of the best quality out ing $1.75 tn $11.50 Men's Blanket, Rath snd Lounging Holies With shawl collar, trimmed with silk braid, made with buttons same sb coat style and cord at waist A varetv of pat terns in combination colors, flfures, plaids and stripe, at. each $ft.on Men's Kanev Ruckle Hells In Sterling Silver and Plated Silver for $1.00 to $8.50 Men's Sweater Coats, special ll.dj Sweater Coals for I)8r $3.00 Sweater Coats for $1.08 Men's Heavy nibbed cotton Shirts and Drawers; all sWes up to 56; $1.25 values; special, per garment .Me Men's $2.TiO Heavy and Medium Cotton nibbed Union Suits, In gray, white and ecru; special, a garment, $1.68 Christmas (jloves Despite the heaviest glove selling; we have ever experienced, our stocks are still in good shape in fact, never have we been better prepared to meet the great demands for a Christmas season. Women's Kid (iloves, black, white and colors $2 35 In $1.00 Women's Lined Auto Gauntlets $3,185 unit $15.50 Men's Gauntlets, with cuffs $1.50 to $10.00 Children's Wool (Hove 40c to 75r Boys' Wool (iloves 5l)r, 75c, $1.00 Men's Cape Cloves $19.00 and 4C4.00 Men's Mocha (iloves $2.75 and $.'1-75 Men's Wool Gloves 75r to $2.50 Men's Kur lined Capo Gloves, a pair $7.50 Cjivable Wash (foods 3S-inrh Liberty Kllk In Oriental and large floral patterns; a most desirable fabric for fina kimonos and coat Hn ings; a yard $1.35 S-lncii heavy Until li ile Flannel, in large floral and stripe designs; special, a yard .'IWc 32-liicli Madras in combination stripes on white grounds; regular prices 5 9c to 75e; special, a yard 40c SJ-lnch Kiddle Cloth, In a large range of stripes, checks and solid colors; regular price Tide a yard; special ,41c 1st- CJifts for the Jfome MAHOGANY FI.OOH LAMPS- Utest style genuine finality mahogany; two and three adjustable HgMs: from $11.80 to $87.50 SILK SHADES for Hour Ijtmps; assorted colors snd pat terns; from $8.75 to $37.50 MAHOGANY CANDLESTICKS 75r, $1.00, $1.25 ALUMINUM ROASTERS. lifelaRtlng WEAR-EVER brand; a combination utensil roasts, steams hakes, preserves, can be used as sn oven and canner; regular 'T.R value: special $8.30 ALUMINUM POT ROAST KETTLES, WEAR-EVER brand; regiilarlv $ 2 . R 5 ; sneclal $1.08 BISSELL'B CARPET SWEEPERS, full ball hearings, from $4.2 SAVORY SELF-BASTING ROASTERS, large sle, several finishes, from $1.08 to $5 25 Life-guaranteed Electric Iron, perfect balance Economy, beautiful finish; worth $6.00; special at $1.08 A ROYAL ROCHESTER PERCOLATOR- One solid piece aluminum body; cold water percolating device Better coffee for lower cost; we tell jrou how. This Is a full siie 5-cup Percolator; regular value $8.00 sne clal 85.95 Others as low as $2.08 BOUDOIR LAMPS, with shades; assorted selection i.10 A ROYAL ROCHESTER CASSEROLE means better meals for less cost. Fireproof Insets, nickel-plated holders, as sorted patterns, from $0.50 to $8.00 AN ELECTRIC STOVE KND TOASTER COMBINATION will toast, urotl, steam, fry, etc. Copper, nickel-plated all over; a new design, indispensable on the dining ta ble; SPECIAL 88.80 Sensible tiift Suggestions From the Women's Knitwear Section Knitted Silk Scarfs, different widths and lengths, in bright color and stripes; $5 00 values, for $a.50 Woolen Cap and Scarf Sets, plain stitch or brushed angora good patterns; He. ial at . $2.00, $3.50 and $.1.00 Misses' AH Wool Sweater, in a wide range of bright colors; a very fine grade of soft Australian yarn, spe cial at $8.05 Misses- All Wool Sweaters, sailor collar and belt; Copenhagen and ros only; special $5.0O Women's All Wool Sweaters: large sai lor collar and sash; cardinal. Copen hagen, green and black: spe cial $7.05 Women's Fiber Silk Sweaters: new models; bright colors: special al $8.05 and $12.05 fioudoir (garments We have a noteworthy collection of Japanese Kimonos, Novelty Negligees. Malineas, fine Hath Robes and the llko for ihe Christmas bride or for any wom an who likes dainty comforts Any of these articles are of course acceptable as Christmas gifts - Warm, comfortable Hath Robes; bright, attractlvo colors, neatly finished wiih cord and tassel; many styles are trimmed with satin ribbon $5.05, $l.05 and $8.50 Bath Hobos front the Orient; new arriv als. in attractlvo colors, Including the famous padded robes, at $l!1.50, $15.00 and $18.50 Japanese Kimonos, of silk and crepe tie clilne; beautiful shades of embroid ery in the .lupaneae colors: they aro smart and very unusual vulneH, at . . $12.50, $15.00, $18.50, $21.50 Novelty Negligees, made of eropo do chine, charming styles and colors to choose from; they have been de signed for everv type of figure; each $10.00, $18.00 to $85. oo N'egllgSSi of exquisite fabrics. Ferry wear and Golf wear; most beautiful colors, delightfully fashioned $20.05 to $35.00 Matinees, made of crepe de chine, cor duroy and Golfwear; attractively de signed; especially featured for holi day gifts. .$5.00, $8.80, $7.50 to $15 Flesh Crepe do Chine and Satin Cami soles, exquisite styloH. wonderful as semblage. . $1.25, $1.75 up to $8.75 New Silk Petticoats $4.95 lo $12.50 j , For holiday shoppers wo are fea j luring fashion's foremost styles In Silk ) Petticoats. inens for (jiving For Tuesday we will offer some extraordinary values ni plain and fancy household linens Fine, highly mercerized Damask Pattern Table Cloths. In a very good selection of designs; regular price each; special $2.08 All white, full bleached Turkish Hath Towels, mado from heavy two-ply yarns; good, liberal sizes; specially priced st, a dozen $2.08 Neatly hemmed Marseilles Spreads, full double bed size, sn acceptable offering, regular price $4.60 each; spe cial $2.08 22-Inch superior quality highly mercerized lianiask Nap kins, in a good assortment of designs; regular price $;..00 a doien, specially prlrod, a ioieu . . $11.08 Embroidered Pillow Cases, many pretty styles; at, each 75c Initial Embroidered Cae. each pair In a handsome box, t $2.00 Klne Embroidered Cases. Including envelope and day cases, priced at. a pair $2.00. $2.25, $2.75, ifct.oo fine Hemstitched Pillow Cases, reduced to, M' n ' 40c and BBc Hemstitched Sheets In popular grades; sizes SlxftO Klx90 and 90x99 Inches; reduced to, each. $1.08, $2.85. $2.75 Hosiery for Christmas Abundant quantities here in splendid assort ments. Only brands of unquestioned reliability. Prices quoted are exceedingly low. Women's Pure Thread Silk Allover Stockings, have ull necessary reinforcements; can be had in black, white, shoe and evening shades. $2.00, $2.50, $2.75 and $8.00 Women's Thread Silk Stockings with lisle reinforcements: black, white and all the correct street shades a P'r $1.58 Women's Full-fashioned Thread Silli Stockings, in black or white; special, a pair $1.25 Women's Lisle and Silk Lisle Stockings: black while and solnrs; a pair ftOr, 85c and 75c Men's SIlk-to-the-Top Full-fashioned Socks, lisle spliced sole, heal and toe; a pair $1.50 Men's Silk Socks, full seamless, reinforced with cotton rib and soles; black, white and colors, clocked and fancy stripes; a pair -jfr. aruj 85c Many models featured In the Milan ( obo, Jersey anil Taffeta all different in style, designed along the linos of this seasons fashions; no end of variety for selection, Of course, a Silk Petticoat will please her. Handkerchiefs Snowdrifts of them here, and the selling is enormous each day, but storks aro replenished continually every dav ns neressnry Men's Silk Initial Handker chiefs 50c to $1.00 Men's silk Initial Handker chiefs 50c to $2.50 Men's Crepe do Chine Handker chiefs 50c to $1.50 Men's l inen Initial Handker chiefs 25c to 75c Men's Plain Linen Handker chiefs aV to $1.25 Women's Madras Handker chiefs 50c to $8.O0 Women's Linen Handkerchiefs, with embroidered designs 10c to 25c Women's Linen Initial Handker chiefs 15c to 50c Women's Linen Initial Rot Handker chiefs: special, a box, $1.08 to $1.75 HANDKERCHIEFS IN noxES FOR (ilETS We are showing a wonderful assortment 3, i and 6 In a box prices range from 85c to $1.00 a box. Special Sale of Handkerchiefs Women's Handkerchiefs, in white with beautiful designs, in colors of light hlne. pink and lavender: regular ire value, -I sale price, each XvC Xmas Me of luggage Offerin; serviceable, useful, lasting gifts st very substantial concessions from regular prices, as follows: Women's flti'iO leather Hags, with Ivorv fillings, extra special. . . .$0.08 Women's $18.50 Hlark leather Hags, leather lined; speci:il $12.50 Women's $25.00 Ulack Leatherette Cases, with Ivory fittings, at. .810.85 Women's $.10 .00 Black Leatherette Cases with Ivory fittings, at $24.85