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WEDNESDAY, fcEPTlMBtR W, 1J1.
THE NEWS SCIMITAR PAGE SEVEN. 4NC0iVKtUTO ,i ): u . IS The Vogue of Spats and Boot Tops Unquestionably smart and trim, giving a finish, a touch of com pleteness to the attire of the well-dressed woman. ' fn the Sunday morning Fifth Avenue Fashion Parade the spat less foot is the exception to the rule.- ' The fashion is a predominant one you will wear spats. Our ,spats and boot-tops were cut and made by skilled workmen, assuring the necessary perfect fit. All the seasonable colors in materials of quality. You can pay more elsewhere if you wish to. Our prices for the ,best spats which money can buy range between ' $2.75 and i .DODGING ONE CAR STEPS TO DEATH Miss Lila Armstrong, of New Albany, Miss., Victim of . Street Car Accident. Stopping from . the path of one street car directly tn the way of an. other car approaching from the opposite direction. Miss Lila May Armstrong, 16 years old, was run down and fatally In-, jured on Young avenue, near the Trl fltate fairgrounds late Tuesday after noon. Hhe died a few minutes later as he was belnc rushed to a hospital. - TKe dead firl waa -the daughter of Mr. ana Mrs. ti. u. Armstrong i Albany, Miss., and was a cousin ipf Hu lt Smith, chief of city detectives here. Hugh Dorman, 11 years old, df New Al bany, was with her at the time of the accident and narrowly escaped sharing the same rate. ? Miss Armstrong and the Dorman hoy arrived here early Tuesday to visit with the former's uncle and aunt. Mr. and Mrs. W, F. Armstrong, 1945 Oliver avenue. , They had been to the fair and were on their way home when the ac cident occurred. Observing the an- proach of one car, Miss Armstrong tooK the oov ty tne nana ana eieppea squarely In front of the other car. The boy caw the danger nnd leaped to safe ty. The fender caught the girl and carried her several yards before the Stomach Out of Fix? 'Phonn your, grocer or druggist for a dozen bottles of this delicioui digestant, a glass with meals gives delightful relief, or Bo charge for the first dozen used. Shivar Ale pure Digestive aromatics with shivar mineral water and ginger , Nothing like it for renovating old worn-out stomachs, converting food into rich blood and sound flesh. Bottled and guaranteed by the cele brated Shivar Mineral Spring, Shel ton, S. C If your regular dealer Ctnnot snpply 7011 telephone LIVER-riNNIE CO, Distributors tor Memphis. heavy car could be brought to ft stop. pne escapea oeing maligna uui uwi chest was badly crushed. The girl was rushed to the hospital In an ambulance, her little companion holding her head In his lap and crying plteously. The girl died before tlio hospital was reached. V. A. Craig, motorman, In charge of the street, car, was arrosted on a charge bf manslaughter. . K. i Armstrong, father of the dead girl, arrived In Memphis late . Tuesday night to accompany the body back to New Albany. Besides the parents the dead girl is survived by six brothers and sisters. Funeral services will be Held Wednesday afternoon at New Al bany. , Overton Park Art Gallery Offers Fine Exhibits This Week a '! -"i 1 - 'the exhibitions nown display at the Brook's art gallery In yerton park, are well worth a special trip. . The e hlbit Includes a group of paintings col lected by the National Association of Women Painters and Sculptors, a group of small bronzes loaned by the Gor ham galleries, of New York; paintings loaned by local natrons, and a series of cartoons by J, P. Alley. This "exhibition is said to compare very favorably with the exhibitions held in various galleries through the summer months. Among the paint ings in the women painters' show that take first place are, "The Wanderer," by Martha Walters, a canvas full of strength and wonderful handling; Char lotte Comans' "lted Hoof," a delightful cross-country scene, full of poetry and the usual charm of this artist. Hilda Belcher Is represented by "The Boun cing Baby;" Josephine Barnard by "The Valley;" Mary N. McCord by "Portu gese Quarters;" Martha Walters by VY'ellow Umbrella;" Louise Huestes by "The Novitiate," and Anna Fisher by an unusually good "Moonlight."- There are two still lite studies of special note, "Roses and Violets," by K. Harden bergh, and "The Turquoise Vuse," by Alice Tucker. The latter has a rare quality with a rich combination of color so much enjoyed by the modern painter. Ellen Emmet Band has one of her por trait studies. Among the paintings loaned by local patrons are, "The Brook," by J. IT. Carlson; "Mackerel Fishing1 Boats," by Hayley Lever; "The Brass Cleaner' by Deligny; ''Rocky Headlands," by SV J. Waugh; "An Old Potralt," artist un known; "A Sketch," by H. B. Lach mann, etc. Amon gthe bronzes are "Allegro," by Henry Herlng; "The Kiss," by Mna Bryant; "The Flame," by Robert Alt kin; "Fragment" by M. Hoffman; "Farewell to the Fairies," and others. A cordial Invitation Is extended to the strangers in the city to attend the exhibitions. The gallery is open dally from 11 a. m. to 6 p. m.'and Is free to the public. TWOBIDS FOR AUTOS. Only two bids for autos fnr the use of the police department were filed with the city clerk Tuesday. They were from the Mcf'ardell Motors company and the Stratton-Pawson Aute com pany. The specifications were for cars which cost about J2.000 to 2,JO0. The bids will lie' over for a week. T. F, Ktratton, of the Stratton-Dawson com pany, Is a member of the city artesian water commission". , mOVETO HAITI AND DEFEATOLD H. C.L Cheapest Place in World to Live on High Scale of Pleasure. As surely aa the hairs of your head are numbered, Just as surely are your days of worry over the nrahlem of the high cost of living solved if you will but heed the advice of one who knows. Why pay 60 bucks -per month for a two-by-fout apartment when you can trot m Vnn.n tat l-nl- I. ...... .1 n . uvudu . . .v , n 1 ' 1 1 TT17 viiwr over the fact that bacon is 66 cents a pound wnen a lull-grown turkey Is only one dollar? There are very few French and no Americans who do not know who and what the United States marines aro. A marine la supposed to-be able to do anything at any time and at any place, apd he has never fallen down on his jod. Knowing tnese tacts, it goes with out saying that when the Information comes from one of the leatherneck or ganisatlon It Is based on faot. Cant. Louis E. Fainin. In charm of the Memphis recruiting district for the marine corps, is authority for the state ment that the high cost of living is no longer a problem. This question that has caused the president of the United Slates to lay awake nights, caused the wasting oi untold volumes or breath by the senate of this areat nation and caused thousands of ordinary men and women to pawn tnetr family neiriooms, Is so simple that everyone wonders why he didn't think of It himself. But leave It to a marine to ravel tne Knotty problem, Capt. Fag an was for a long time eta tloned In Haiti and held a captain's commission in tne Haitian army, and thA rantntn vorv frunlrlv iovd that all that is necessary Is to bundle up your uuas ana oeiaae yourseir to this re- punnc or the west indies. Durins- the time e was tn Haiti Capt. Fagan lived in a beautiful bunira- lnw situated in the foothills near ono of the larger towns. His home boasted a two-acre garden in the rear where trop ical fruits grew in abundance. Rent 56 per monin. Three Servants, . For the services of a native cook- and the captain says she was an excel lent one who did all the marketing-. cleaning and other household duties, In aaauion to ner culinary efforts, he ex pended the sum of 18 orr month. A housemaid who assisted the cook drew the munificent' sum of 12 oer month. while a small native boy to run orrands and perform chores sometimes received 60 cents per month. Food for the ser vants amounted to approximately 10 cents per day for each one. TurkeyB and chickens are plentiful in Maui, i:api. pagan says, ana the current price Is $1 for a turkey and 20 cents for a chicken. Grapefruit, alli gator pears, breadfruit, . nlBOeroa. guavos. mangoes and many other native fruits and nuts are never more than one penny each. If your bungalow has a large garaen yon grow su tnese things yoursen, or ratner sit aown ana watch them arrow. Many of the houses of Haiti are built or solid mahogany, and the furniture, some of which is very beautiful, Is made jGlasses on the ClubPlan $ 1 t Per Week I i $ 1 M I Per saUsi Week NO RED TAPE NO COLLECTORS COME IN AND PAY. Glasses Delivered on First Paywsnt. "POSITIVE PROOF" of our ability to fit Glasses absolutely correct Is the fsot that we give yeu terms of $1.00 per week. Pay as you wear. We are not an Installment house. Our prices ar ;.rantetd as low si any CASH PRICE on earch. As evidence we offer tu be to ONE OF OUR MANY VALUES JPouble Vision Lenses Reading and Distance MseeeeeV ' sta, .eeflaeV mm Q175 Round or oval lenses, ground for - your exact requirements by our - .vsasi nntnmtiMiT m-vflap no filled er shtll frames. I9i: , ion io41.76 Cash Down V1.7S Cash Dawn $1.00 Per Week - h nM.TS Covers All .CttsiNO EXTRAS. If-Youe Eyss Change Within the Year We Change Yeur Lenses . FREE. .SiPQl. Villon. Lenses priced in Proportion, open saturaays until w p.m. GOODMAN & BACH WjfteaWTf Street. .. -, "The South's Oldest Jewelers" Established 1676. r Mi r 1 . 77 v Si J ' jfvH'JA " . i 1 - l r Announcing Our Annua) Me m TpjO . At a Discount or For the Remainder of This Week Only These furs, though contracted for months ago, have just been delivered and represent the latest fash ions in a season in which furs are admittedly supreme. They are perfect pelts, carefully selected and in no way to be compared to the average "summer sale" furs. We guarantee the savings are exactly as represented; We guarantee the quality of every piece. Our latest information from the markets is that all furs have again advanced from 20 to 25 . When we duplicate these furs our prices will have to be considerably higher. We know of no merchan dise which is so certain to advance and which is a safer or saner investment than a handsome piece of fur bought in this sale. The collection includes: Coats, Coatees, Capes, Stoles, Collarettes, Scarf s, Throws, Muffs and Beautifully Modeled Sets. Developed with rare taste by skilled furriers of Hudson Seal, Lynx, Beaver, Nutria, Fox, Squirrel, Mole, Mink, Sable, Martin, Wolf, Muskrat and other fashionable pelts. ' ' r , . Now is fur buying time if you want to choose from broad assortmentsif you desire superior quality if you consider a saving of 20 worth while this sale is a golden opportunity. by the natives from the same native mahogany. Kverythlng In the republic Is equally aa cheap as those articles named, and as a consequence nobody has to worry over the high cost of living. . Incidentally, Cant. Fagan declares that a marine officer assigned to the Haitian army Is the highest paid mili tary officer In the world. The base pay of a captain In the marine corps is $2,400 per year, but the additional pay received from the Haitian government brings this to J5.400 per year. A few years' service In the Haitian army, with living costs as low as they are would class marine officers along with John D, and Henry Ford, so far as shekels are concerned. BABY BEEF IN HENRY COUNTY TOPS MARKET PARIS, Tenn., Sept. 24. (8pl.J The "Baby Beer' club, of HeniV county, which concluded Its business last week with the oo-operatlve shipping of two carloads of cattle to St. Louis by J. A. Patrick, county agent, has been a great financial success as well aa arousing a greater Interest In this oounty In the raising of this class of beef cattle. The calves had their mother's milk and all the feed and pasturage they could consume, end when put on exhi bition at the Henry County fair were in prime condition. The highest gain was 8.2 pounds per day for a period of 150 days, this being made by the calf owned by Herman Reynolds. The prises were awarded on the fol lowing basis: Rate of gain, 3 IS per cnl; cost of gain, 25 per cent; individuall y. 20 per cent: record and story, 30 per cent. The member making the highest count on these four points won first prise. The prise winners were: Herman Reynolds, first prlie. $100: Frank KaS lev, second prls, $35; John Frank Thompson, third prlie, $16; Cayce OHom. fourth priise. $10: Clyde Loving, tflltabeth Fiasler. Clifford .Loving. Pled Pas'chall. Andrew AValker. Wsli Kendall s"d LuUl. Lovnry teen won it prUa Of U , Army Officers And-' Congressmen Will Visit Park Field A party of army offloere and mem bers of the congress will arrive In Mem phis Baturday morning, for a formal In spection of Park field, which Is to be retained bv the government as a per manent flying school if a favorable re port Is tnade by the committee. W. O. Johnson and other members of the aviation field committee of the Chamber of Commerce will be In charge 61 the entertainment of the visitors Mai. Lovell, commandant of the field, will be among, the members of the com mittee to meet the party at the station. They will go at once to Park field, where they will be guests of the com mandant and officers there at luncheon, The war department announced months ago that Park field would be retained and deeds for the sale of the lards were sent to Washington, but the failure of the approsrlat Ion bills in the Old congress delayed any further action at that time. Representative Anthony, Kansas, If chairman of the subcommittee. Others In the party are Representatives Hu bert K. Fisher, Memphis: Crago? Penn sylvania': Hull, Iowa; tagtiardia, New York, end Harrison, Virginia. Lieut. Gen. Robert Hullard heads the party of ten army officers. t . Members of Mr. Johnson's committer include- James I,. McRee, W. P. Arm strong, W. W. Simmons, Herbert Oan nawav, E. O. Bailey and Marion Q. Evans. '-. . . WILL REPAIR SEVERAL NORTH MEMPHIS STREETS The city engineer has been directed to repair a number of sections of North Memphis streets, the cost to come out of the special bond Issue of $00,0 re cently sold for street Improvement. Streets to be repaired at once Includi Xorlh Third, from Poplar to Jarkvm Kwhangn avenue, between Second um Third; Msrket avernje, from Main l Third Tar macadam pavement Is to bi put -down ovr the present paving, ildi U mostly oubblssiooea. JOE SMITH ALMOST FORGOT HIS CATTLE Joe R. Smith, Jr., of Fayettevtllc, Timii,, came down to the fair with a fancy bunch of white-faced cattle and full of enthusiasm about them. And well might he be proud to clean up so many ribbons In such strong competi tion, for It was a Clans A-l show for Herefords as well as Durocs. But ho strolled amund to the hog show ring, foil In with C. It. Hmlth. Tom King, Tom James, Pr. Crlslor, W. K. Herrin and K. R, McKnlght. Now it so happens -that Mr. Rmlth keeps a pack of 35 fox dogs, and some how or othor If there be three fox hunters In a crowd of 1,000 men, the three, although strangers, soon will be .together. And so It was Tuesday night. It was not 20 minutes before one of the dogs had struck, and for an' hour there was a series of mental fox chases around the arena, and Mr. Smith forgot what his white-faced cattle had won. SWISS DELEGATION TO VISIT CITY THURSDAY Members of the Swiss delegation to the United Htstes, who arf; traveling through the Houth this week to study economic conditions, will reach Mem phis Thursday morning. O. AHenapach Is at the head of the party, v.hli h will orobobly remain In the city for two days. A committee from the Chamber of Commerce, Including a number of cot 'on dealers and lumbermen, will meet .he delegation at the station, They will guests at a luncheon at the Chani ler of Commerce Thursday noon. The remainder of their stay In Mem ihls will be devoted to visits to tin nanufacturlng district, the cotton ter tilnsls In New Knuhl .Memphis, and ne or more visits to the Trl-State fair Saturday thry will ne taken to see . number of farms and cotton plantn lons and that night they ll be among he honor nesl nt the New Lyric hee'tr, to bear President Wlliun s ad drwsk . Careful, Reliable Dentistry We offer ynn thr- services of qualified, ctport dentist at the IX)W EST l'KKS consistent with the IlKST WORK. Perfect Fit-$C flft ting Teeth0.UUnP its twiiii suction Hit No matter bow bard or flat your muutb or how many un satisfactory sets ot teeth you have had made, we guarantee to make you a set that wHLdt, look natural atari that yoc tan eat with, or it will cost you nothing. Acts of teeth as low as $3. Porcelain, gold, aluminum ami fine rubhfr plates up to $10. CROWNS AND BRIDGEWOEK $4.00 up Best quality porcelain, life like facings, backed with solid cold. high - class and material up Guaranteed workmanship Per tooth, $4 Gold Inlay, Torcelaln. Cement and Amalgam Fillings at AllOl T HALF ISl AL MUCKS. We speclallo in extraction of tectn with gas or with local ages N theticN, as desired or indicated. Dr. H. H. Fairfax, Dentist I for. Main and Madison Entrance frem Main ee directly across from old offices en Madison. Read News Scimitar Want Ads.