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WEDNESDAY. SCPTEMBEK 24, 1111.
THE NEWS " SCIMITAR. PAGE FIVE. AMMSE31ENTS K'' " fTf ''' 'i7'''-:'',;' '"f""' I New Lyriprr llama musical play, ftJW nrlv - 4-u '.. nich itl be at th. Lyric on Thursday and FMia- ngMt and Ft i - irSi'v" !''kthe 'nhin of an p if?" Th-J"Tiolp pr!ormanr. vISl h5'0""'"'- In other f th. aparkllns, bubwing- noKlit'y vou ' ai"Mt .tar the P"P of th. cork- - k . musical play of recent '' it rLiiJ,"' to1 ther re number of realistic scenes, one being full- r!If.d,.r7.Ut S1""," ln hh h hero ws a oft n wing a race in compti- rival "birdman." The i,T. Ii i .5 'il? , ouo mk spec tator feel the thrill of the acennio.i. i ne musical number are new and ternilned Boy '' 'Xhe Touch of a Worn curtain Falls" are a few of the more Yo or "T T" .fl. TAmrtkt. .1 " ... . i m i V ' "'"awr-goera will have a iUJ if ""5"T?"nr and important at i traction at the Lyric on uext Monday. to XT ya an,, Wednesday nishu and iff li ... .ay tmee ln the appearance I f that enRRKing and (rifted atar. Hazel ?.naJTe.lV il! Caivln Burke's' production, i The MarriaM Queatlon," in which she "PEW 'or tne rirst time. Mlas Warren plays, the part of Billie .-. character that has much nf th it. ome charms and sympathy of Miss - '-" cuuuruig success, - way uown -'feast," several years ago. v Orpheum. , Princess Radjah at the Orpheum l an Egyptian with all of the grace. wucnery and beauty of her race. Her , - uances are ner own creations, two In number and .both oriental, giving) op :. , portunity for scenic and coatumic splen- dor. 'The Cleopatra Dance'' is a little ;" tragedy told in dunce. It is based on one of the Btories of the beautiful queen fr and relates the story of how Cleopatra, . ftr hearing of the death of Mark An- tony, indulged In a -wild, weird, oriental - dunce, finally plaving- with and tantalis- lug an adder. Huddenlv pnmlnc unon , the statue of her lover, she hfcomes stricken with remorse and plat-lug the ..... snake upon her bossom, permit -it to uiie ner, irom me errects of which she ... dies. The "Arabian ("hair Dance" Is a, little short of marvelous. With a ! ! chair held In her teeth. Princess Itadjah i . executes a dance representing wild aban- don. Her work at all times is intense nnd fascinating and rnnks among the foremost dancers of the day. - Loew's Lyceum. t -A whirlwind song and dance revue by Mile. LaFolette and her company of . Krench artists will top the vaudeville bill for the second half of the week, be ginning at Loew's Lyceum Thursday. , Their act is a snappy diversion of song specialties and dance varieties in 'which three exceptional entertainers ' from "over there" take part. It also 1 Introduces a wonderful display of cos- tume creations. . An v added feature will be Lieut. harles Oerard, survivor of the famous "Lost Battalion," which was surrounded for nine days ln the Argonna forest. He has a clever pianologue number. Other acts will be 01a.1ve Olllen, John i. Carlton & Co., presenting "The Slip pery Duck," a "crook" playlet; Atnnette k ..Crelghton and Max Stamm, singers and -dancers, and the King Brothers, novelty ,, , lugglcrs. , : ''The Upllfters," a recent Raturday i itvenlng Post story, will be presented t In film form with May Allison as the ' etar. . , . ' Moving Pictures ' Princess. H. B. Warner, dramafln inlnr and star of several Interesting and absorb ing plays, will be the featured star at me rrincess tneater ror two davs. be ginning today. "A Woman's Honor" Is the title of the newest of Warner's pho todramas and he has been given a strong role and a strong supporting cast in this picture. How a man went to the extremes to shield the name of a worn hi, he loved and how he also refused to allow the name of s man to be tar nlshed are told in live reels of gripping tery. The adtJefl feature is a, . new .Strand comedy. s Majestic. That motion' picture acting isn't all easy dressed up work la Illustrated in Kryd Bennett's latest Paramount-Ince photaplay, "Stepping Out," whleh, comes to the Majestic theater Thursday for three days. In this picture charming little Enid Bennett appears as a. poor man's wife and the high salaried star 'has to bbw, cook, Iron and even get down on her hands and knees and scrub. In the opening scenes of the picture she sure has some drudgery, but in the finish she has a chance to wear some fine clothes and the happy change in the woman la deslaned hv the author. !. Gardner Sullivan, to please the femi- - The final showings of "Told In" the ttiiis'' witn Monert warwicn will be today. , Strand, ng 'egf crates was what en tries Ray, the Paramount-Art- Wrjstlin .allied Chari 4 craft star, to create such a sensation In the pugilistic world, according to his lat est Thomas H. Ince production, "The JOgg Crate Wallop," which will furnish the attraction at the Htrand theater Thursday, Friday and Saturday. The ' youthful star has the role of Jim Kel ley, the express agent's helper, who lcVes his boss' pretty daughter and cleans up the city sport who attempted to win Jier. He becomes noted prize fighter and solves a mysterious theft by a great victory in the ring. Colleen Moore and a cast of exceptional ability , support Mr. Ray. " The last opportunity to see Wallace Held In "The Lottery Man" is today. " Perery-Turney. GHEENWOOD, Miss., Sept. 2i. (fipl.) -3MlB8 Thelma Turncy. of Shelby, and Victor Perery were married Monday In gn X'larksflale. er Thn hHflrt it the riftlllf ibf Mayor Turney, at Shelby. The bride unfl hridegrom came to tireenwooa Jlondsy and were tne guests of Mr. and Mrs. U A. Ball. The bride li a sister of Mrs. Ball. Phillips-sTede k PONTOTOC, Miss., Pept. It. (Spl.) Will Phillips and Miss Clara Steele were married Tuesday afternoon. Rev, W. M. Young performing the cereitiony. ,( Perry-Meadows. NKWBERN, Tenn., Sept. 24? (Spl.) iYT. A. Perry and Miss Mary fYances Headows were married at the home of eeds i'or Everyday home needs selected at random from through out the big Sixth Floor Section at prices that need no word. Thor Vacuum Cleaner $27.50 The best all-round and most satisfactory cleaner we could find after a thorough search of the Vacuum Cleaner World. Fully guaranteed and an unmatcbable value at our price, The Ideal Firelest ( Cooker Best on the market, one-well, $16.75 two-wWl, S28.79 three-well, f4S.73. Sold on our Club Dan. The Perfert OU Hratrr, 3.H 4 nt.. seamless tank; amokeless and odorless $3.98 s 27.50 (Sold on our Club Plan) 50c Cut Glass Water Tnmblera, 27c Or sherbet glasses, thin blown, 07 (rape cutting L I C Pare A turn in am Sam e Pan f 1.33 Nwt 1, 1 and 2-Qt. sue, nest of I. $1.25 Combination Mop $2.49 $2.49 Wringer bucket , ome:;: .1 WW ; ! WW I ri ecially Prepared News Right now at the very beginning of the sraon when the public is de ' manding authentic styles and qual ity merchandise when our nier chandising policy can best be ap preciated when comparisons mean more thaw at anv other time. Our rapid progress is due to keeping faith with the public and not by fool in them always keeping in Bind the welfare of our patrons folly realizing that we only reap what we bow. kt no time do we allow a selfish motive to enter into the conduct of this bastnesa. Clothes Hampers $3.25 $3.25 All wil low Preserving Crocks a Site 1 to 15 gallons; m nf A m !.k" $1.25 Casserole Set 79c t-p 1 e ee set, brown and lined . . 79C Double Rice Boiler 98c Part Alumi num, 1H qt. for .... 98c Stove Board 89c Crygtallred, size 2x26, As Clothes Wringer $4.75 Wood frame, guaranteed rolla, j 7f lat . .. Pt.l Electric iron $4.87 TTsstera Electric, fully fuirtntced ; Wlhly nickel fi lsd S4.ST gallon u is m for Vacuum Bottle $1.49 Pint size, nickel plated top. j Extra Special! This Genuine Fur GOA Exactly As Here Pictured One of the Season's Most Promising Models in Fur "Warm, Practical and Decidedly Chic in Ap pearance. Only a Lim ited Number. Special ly Featured Thursday at $12.50 Dinner Set $6.95 tO-plece, tmntlfnl ipray ; m a d . of fine American por celslu, se.w. Fruit Jars Glass top, quart size, dozen 89c Double Oven $3.87 For roasting 'and balling ; the larg est fix, St.si. The Electric Toaster $2.9 Can be used on both sides $2.98 S5cTungstea . Electric Lamp, 29c 15, 25, 40 and GO watts for 29c Hanging 1 Basket 19c Wl tt, painted p, rD: . 19c n luJ Coal Hod BVnpUAdet Braced, with' ut bucket tieif . . . .M 80c Japan ned, wttb atroag handles, tfc. Preserving Kettle $1.39 15-qnart size, gray ,teel , Ul enamel . . JIJ ; Wastepaper Basket 40c peavy .wire . . 49c Floor Pol ishers $1.98 For h sr d w o o d floors, dl AO 15 -lb. BtzePl.70 Stepladder Stool $1.49 Made of hardwood, .49 Gas Hotplate i Made of heavy oat Iron: 2-burnrr stw, r.1ie3;bu.t.n$3.69 Bread -Toaster 23c Bathtub $1.69 Infants, enamel fin- $1.69 lsh, for 15c Glass Lemon Squeezers 10c A- i . ,' Rupture Kith v 7,000 Annually tf-1' . Seven thousand fcersotiB eaoh year re laid away the burial certiriflat. be marked "Rupture." Why? Because ip the unfortunate ones had neglected f i themselves or had been merely taking "care of th. ln (.welllns) or th afflic tion and paying- no attention to the cause, what are you doing-? Are you ' tieg-lectlnf yourself by wearing a truss, u fcjtpliance, or whatever name you ohoose Ao call It? At best, the truss is only tnaJteshlft a false prop ag-alnst a col . 'Jajiiing wall and can not be expected i. mt as more than a mere mechanical 'support. LThe blndlnr proesure retard. , .Wood circulation, thue robbing th. ., -aakne4 muscles Of that wbloh they I J - 6ut , scltSce hae found a way, and ! inn euinirvr in mo iana is in- to W1lke FRE1C tMlt f ht ln th ..-31rrcv of t here-own -fenmA. Th pi.a. wVAwithod Is'lKauwitionablv the most ! " UW,v.naUi Brill- Tever.i tMOe) W the hntlv eaWnTMinllhlv -lln r shift tut of place, theVfurt, can not uhafa 4 lnoh. Fof t Ml..t-easv o irrily-3ier.enslve. ' Tn " ti. ; used jNiJ,8trai;,wul(l or eprln(rthed. it-iiern nnw ti close the hertUillioeii- Inf as natefC fnUuded so the ruptui ivrrtiusy of thetr own ome. The PLA trtnt for rtiptjr Jb ' world has yiSown, 2J a ' rtAPAO PAlS,'.-i1horlnt . jo, close the heraitf tpeii rBf frltended ko the rutituM ,x.aN i' aauiA -4wn. Sand your nam. toay to- PI, A PA O CO.. block 683, St. Jouis, Mev (o IfttKK trial plapa.anj i rl Can b. used on coal f fa. stores : can ISllees AtfC 4 The Savory Roaster $1.79 Bine enamel, sslf-hast-Ing; family J IJQ TUe , ' Automatic Klertric WaohJne Machine) '$87.50 With (i. E. motor. 6-yetr t il a r 1 nte, . w I a t ins wrlnitern, ei fr lare tnh; easy to op . erate, folly t n trtutaed: sold oa ur eliib plan Siti.se, k(UU i'I..r) Corns tick Pans 69c 69c Hi Cast iron gr $7 BOYS' SUITS tiiiiiiisBiiEiEisaiEara He 1 aurvlved by Ills W1K a dauahter. il : two sons, Carl, of the bride's parents at Tlgritt ln th! presence or a few close rrienas. mt, r'erry has just returned from overseas, where he sav service for a y.ftr. They wiu reside at J larett. ( Hollowell-Barber. TAZOO CITYMIss., Hept. 24. (Spl.) Mr. and Mrs. a T. Hollnwell. of V.le . lervllle. have announced the .ruras- ment and approachlna- marrlas; of their aauffmer, Katnerme Florence, to Kllhu Martin Barber, of Chattanooga, Tenn,, the wedding to take place at th. bride-to-be's home in this county Oct. !. i . I n 4 Warren-Trentham. PONTOTOC, Miss., flept. H. (Bpl.) jne marriato ot miss veeia xrentnam and J. T. Warren, of Bsperanta, was nolemnlned Sunday afternoon, Rev. T. C. -Fodfces performing- the ceremony ln th. presence of a few special frtendi, , Ferguson-McOurrx ntPLBY, Miss., Pept." 14. (Spt.) ' Miss Emma MCCurrv and Our Fersu- ton, popular ynuna- people of the Rlda-e communuy, were marriea at me nom of the bride Monday. Stanfield-Sanders. DYERSBtttG, Tenn., Sept. 4. (Spl.) Miss Vlrdie Sanders and Gilbert Stan field Of the loth district Were msrrleit Sunday evenlns by Justice A. A. Kirk In the presence of a f.w friends. Welcome Arkansani. Memphis and Samelaon rtni vau hearty welcome. Attend th. fair and moke a Hamelson's Kxtra. quaiiy lor ic. Real lie adv Read News Scimitar .Wants. Bov Crafton, NEWBftRI. Tenn., Bept. Jt. (Kpl.) ttoy Crafton la dead at Ms horn, at Klnley, Tenn. Mr. Crafton was a sub stantial farmer and had recently re turned from Alixona, where lie had been to eek health. Th. deceased 1. sur vived by a family and a lunre tiiimbor of relatives, interment was made In that section. Faiota Bridwell. HICKMAN, Ky., S.pt. St. (Rpl.) Falot Bridwell died at th. horn, of her adorned parents. Mr. and Mrs. A. Q. Wrldwell, after a short Illness, flhe wan the daurhter of t,. w. Phillips, and was born in Arkansas, Mrs, Nathan Webb. PONTOTOC, Miss., Sept. Zt. (Sp!.) Mrs. Nathan Webb, Sired 68, died Mon day, after a week's Illness. Burial was made at this place, Rev. W, M. Young conducting th. funeral services. Th. deceased leave, an aged husband, who is seriously 111. Mrs. 0. E. Jones. JONESBORO, Ark., Bept. 24. fRpl.) Mrs. C. K. Jones died at Kt. rlernard'i htmnltal Tuesday. The remains were sent to Marmaduke, the home of th. de ceased, for burial, S. H, Moore. DYERSBURrt. Tenn. Rent 54 (Rnl 1 fl. H. Moore, aged 62, died suddenly at his residence here Kunday evening. While he had not been In good health for some time, vet he ronttnueH netiv in buslnsss up to the tlms of his death. Mrs. Iiura Neai Houston, Miss., and Olln, of this city. Kuneral services were conducted Tue. day afternoon by the Rev. Harding, of nenning, wun ounai at iairvlew ceme. tery. Miss Emma Woods. JONEKBORO, Ark., Kept. 24. (Spl.) Miss Kmma Woods, age 17 yenrs, died at Kt, Bernard's hospital yesterday. The riMimins were sent to mrcntrea, Mo., lur ounat. Mrs. W. C.'t. Youfig. JONJBSBORO, Ark., Bept. 24. (Snl.) Mrs. W, C, T. Young., aged SO. died suddenly as a rusuissfif a fall. Th. aepeasea is aurvlved by a son and aaugnier. rue oooy was sent to Hlj the vill. for Interment. NEW BELGIAN STAMP HONORS KING ALBERT LONDON, Kept, 24. King Albert, as military lead.r of the Belgians, Is Im portallsed in the new Belgian postage stamps which have Just been received In London. The series portrays the aing in aetivs service kit, wearing the familiar steel casque of the Bvlglan army, A new Issue of Abysslan Stamps also have reached here. There are 15 of them, ench one nhnwlnr the noaaihiii. ties of the country for big game hunt Ing, with elephants, tigers, lions and other wild animals haniiHnmAlv nrl in two colors. Jamaica's victory stamp is another newcomer. it Is an oblong label, printed In dark green, showinr troooa on board a transnort .hov. th in scription "Troops departing." GIRLS' DRESSES Jn Three Attractive Price Groups: $7.95, $10, $14.95 The girls' shop specially emphasizes these three price groups owing; to the splendid style choice concerned offering you almost unlimited selection of the new season's style versions for the younger 8et--smartly fashioned blouse, belted, one piece, surplice, empire, bolero, coatee, middy and regu lation styles . . ' , Materials embrace serges, velvets, taffeta silks, satins and combination effects; hand embroidered in silks or woolen yarns, silk braided; novelty pockets, fancy buttons, sash, belted, etc. Third Floor. f TWO PANTS Fashioned in a Manner That Will Lend Personal Appearance and Assure You Serviceability Tailored right up to fashion's latest dic tates; of fine woolen fabries that insure service and shape retaining qualities shown il a broad range of the new sea son's patterns you will find them decided ly interesting in point of style and price on today's market. Having two pairs of pants lengthens the life of the suit. Little Fellows' NOVELTY-SUITS Dandy little suits for" our little friends they have not been overlooked. Here you will find avery pleasing display of fancy novelty mixtures, blue serge and corduroy middy, Tommy Tucker and c1 Junior Norfolk suits. Ranging in ages from 2'i to 8 years $3.95, $4.05, $5.95, $6.95 and $7.95 Boys' Wool MixedPants Built for service, of good quality casal mere and cheviot, suitable for school wear; taped seams and cut full; siies 6 ttf 17 years mxk J mm ' xtKJte 1 'i Is il L n i m a idSm li sss njblnr'. '.an Smart, snappy model of Sealine fur; made from select pelts exactly as here pictured, belted with effective ripple back fashioned with targe ghawl collar. We consider this an extreme value, and we would sug gest immediate actiou for there are only a limited tnimler which we Jiave to offer at this price and no possibility of securing- any more at this price from the present outlook sizes 16 to 44. ' K Girls' Winter Coats 95 $JQ Ages 2 to 14 Years Cloth, Kersey, Plush, Velvets of pretty styles for the little tot as well as her bigger sister in the new belted, flare, pleated and shirred or yoke models trimmed with velvet, carsme, plush and Mr; black the new colors. Third Floor. $1.98 JBoys' Mackinaws All-wool Mackinaws, tli practical winter coat for the active boy - snappy new models In sport pat terns; big roll col lars; shea 10 to years .. . $9.95 Boys' Hats and Caps The new Fall Hats are here in broad variety, covering all the latent modes as well as a big showing of Boys' Caps in plain and fancy materials, priced at tl.08 as low as 75c. Foorth Hoot. a Loom-End 0. Ribbon Sale 1 to 3-Yard Lengths ff Plain and Fancies These are factory end9 of all the various kinds of ribbons they make, commercially called "loom ends," that is, they are the ends that come off the looms after the reg ulation 10-yard bolts have been completed. Priced in Four Groups 69c to 79c Ribbons Loom Ends 85c to $1.00 Ribbons Loom Ends lf 5046 9c ' a Yard a Yard mmtMMi'mmmmmmm $1.00 to $1.25 Ribbons 1 Loom i Ends Up to $2.00 Ribbons Loom Ends 35c1 $1-58 a Yard a Yard g ir M I 'i s u