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FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER", PAGE TWELVE. DAVIDSON COlin FOR $1,(100,000 11E1QRIAL KASHTTLI.R, Tenn., Kept :. In a srvoiaj election hfld In the city o Nashville and Pasirison county Thurj iSny. measures for the issuance of Jl, SK),M)0 of bonds were ratified, the pro--is of the sale of there bonds, to rthr with Jl.OiXVftoO to be furnished h? the state of Tennessee, to be used for establishing memorial square in honor of the soldiers nd Bailors of Tennessee irho lost their llws in the world war. A canitol annex and other public building's are to be erected in the square, which adjoins the capltol (rounds on the south. In the city election J. O. Tankard and Oeorne J. Tompkins were elected com. misxtoaer of finance and commissioner ef fire, having been nominated In the nonparty primary two weeks ago- MAYS IS IN KNOXVILLE TO FACE MURDER TRIAL KNOXVILLE, Tenn., Sept. 6 -Msu-rice Maya, neirro, charged with the was shot to death at her home In North Knoxville several weeks ago, was . brought back to Knoxville from Chat tanooga late Thursday afternoon, and is now being held in the county jail to await trial, which Is prheduled to start Monday. Mays has been held in the Chattanooga Jail for aafe keeping dur ing the past few weeks. The negro was brought to Knoitville by automobile, in the custody of Sher iff Cats, Deputy Sherlfr Will Jack and Col. James A. Olesson. The three offi cers left Knoxville for Chattanooga early Thursday morning and proceedwl s far as Athens, where their car broke down. It was placfri In a garago fur repairs, while the officers continued by train to Chattanooga, took Charge of their man, returned to Athens by train and on to Knoxville by automobile. Mays' alleged crime plunged Knox ville into the recent race riot. 1,500 ENEMY ALIENS SENT BACKTO COUNTRY VKW YORK, Sept. ?. More IMn 1.S00 enemy aliens, the majority Gv- mans, wno were imcrnea in this coun try during the war, sailed for Rotter dam today on the transport Pocahontas. In the party were 115 women, who are voluntarily returning to Qermany, most of them being the wives of interned men. The men were brought to Hnboken yesterday on special trains after being conuneo. in prisons at f orts Mcmer son, Oglethorpe, Douglas and olher In ternment points. Among the passengers was i.api. nans erg, wno commanded in famous tisrman raider Moewe FIRST SHOT FIREdTn WAUKEGAN BY OFFICIAL WAUKEQAN', III., Bept. S. The firs, shot In the sttel strike In the Chicago district vu fired here last night, It wna aiirgea, ny jonn mpmhpji, fore man of t Vim Amrti-nn a. UMH -. plant, when his automobile was stnneii By members of a crowd of several hun dred strikers. WcHhane was said to nave firea only the one shot which struck the heel of a boy's shoe. The automobile of W. E. Acomb, sunerln- lenaeni oi me piani, also was stoned, it ww reported. CORINTH SCHOOLS FULL. CORINTH. Miss.. Sept. 51. iSnll This la the fourth week of the city schools and the enrollment IS larger umii iv ever was, DMng considerably in AVMM M 1 AAO Tl. , i .. - I ,wv. i iiih iu.-i.-aa, in lum bers has crowded the schools beyond coin fort. fltYttlnil hll t... n n k 1,.,- 1. .. ..h un. (jf vivitii, iivwrvrr, for the erection of the new $90,001) school hulHIns for which bonds were recently voted, and the work Is pro- gressing on the preparation of the foundation. The new building Is tn be Alm,at N ivanl iit.IL... , .. l. n.. body Normal collide, ut Nashville, nnd -., n" i'iniiin.u n iu accommo date tse pupils In all the grades, In UM..,iH Ilia lliftll pviliril. At present schools are maintained tn two sections of the city. When the new building is completed til the jm Mis of the city will be taught In Um one building. BULOAES KICK ON PACT. PARIS. Sent. The Until of neene offered Bulgaria are considered by the Duisarian oeiegation as very rigorous, some of them comnlelelv Inaccentshie according to a statement prepared by m. j neoaornii, neao 01 me Bulgarian mission prior to leaving Paris and wnicn nas just been made public. decup6nstrike. PARIS, Sept. 2.Th6 Federation of ui-Micr. to outers 11 He aeciaea upon I general strike to affect houses belong ing to or conducted by members of the Owners and . Managers' union. The strike order Is to take effect immedi ately. It affects 70 of the concert and music nails or 1'arls. WILE SELL DOCk, ' JACKSONVIIXE, Fla.. Kept. 8.-The 6 000-ton flmiltnx nn. .!!. .! c in' ton marine railway which Is being con structed at Jacksonville by the emer gency fleet corporation, will be sold pi irate parties uci. 1,1, It was nounocd here today. J. S. WASHBURN DEAD. -WINNEArOUR, Sept. 2.-John 8. Washburn, president of the Washburn Crosby Mills company, of this cltv, died suddenly lest night, at Llvermoore. Me., according to woid received here today, He was 61 years. old. , Meeks. Wren. CORINTH. Miss.. Kent. S fSnl 1 Miss Utile Wren and H. Meeka, of Cy press, Tenn.. were married here at the courthouse Thursday. They left to take ' in the fair at Memphis, as soon as ine ceremunv was performed. . Standfield-Sanders. NKWBKRN, Tenn., Sept. it. (Spl.l Gibson Btandfield and Miss Virdle Ban ders, of Lenox, were married at the home of Esq. A. A. Kirk, who performed Um ceremony In the presence of a few ciuse inenaa. Barker-Butler. HITVTiK'nrirvw T..,., o..t fie m.i v Ir. lxmis Barker, of Pembroke. Kv.. and Mrs. Mary WUllams Hutler, also of Pembroke, were married Ttiursdny at theriiome of Prof, and Mrs. J. A. Itoblna, In MrKenile the hrlila hii, u sister of Mrs. Robins. The ceremony nam ov win nev, K. u. piwitt, pus tor of the Methodist cliun h In Mi Ken Kie. The bridal couple left Immediate ly for their home in Pembroke Gilmj-Peniiebaker. IUPLKY. Miss.. Bent. SS (Kil fllf. ford Carl Giles and Miss Maggie Frances j-vmieuaKer, oi oi nipiey, were mar Med at the home of the hriile u.'a,inAa day even Ine at o'dnck. the nv n n Iavts, of Blue Mountain, officiating Mr. tilles Is the son of Mrs. Kiln iiiUu of this Plse. and served for some time In the United 8 lutes navy during the world war and made six trips to France. Mrs. Giles Is the daughter of Mr. and Jars. w. f. rennepakcr, of Ripley, Mrs. Mary Cole. SCOOBA. Miss.. Sent. S. ISnl Mrs Mary Cole died Thursday at iiee home In the Moscow neighborhood in West Kemper. The remains were burled In ine uueny church cemetery. - Mrs. Mary N. Magee. BROOKHAVEN, Miss., Pept. SB. (Snl.) Mrs. Mary N. Magee, mother-ln-taw , of Dr. Henry Flowers, of this cltv, lied at the home of her son-in-law .Tuesday after a brief Illness snd her , funeral took place from the Flowers' residence Thursday afternoon at 2S0 o'clock. Burial was at Rose 11111 ceme- tery. ... Mrs. Henry Beach.. HICKMAN. Ky.. Kept. 26. 8pl.) Mrs. Henry Leach died at her home In F.ast Hickman after a short illness, death resulting from rheumatism, hihe was 2! year old. and besides her husband left a two-days-old Infant. Hhe was burn and reared at New Madrid, Mo. JTU JjJj With - Dainty New Neckwear X'KW LACK rtKRTHAR, fashioned of the most exquisite Chantllly and Oriental net lares In hand Rome designs: white and ecru; C 1.83 to 7JW each. Gl'IMPEii AND FILETS In clever range of styles of hand .embroidered and filet effects on net and Georgette: high or low neclt effects; specially priced at $2.00 to $13.00 each. Just for Saturday Full Pound Box of Fine Chocolates 49c Nelson's Assorted Chocolates de lightful, toothsome, delicious a fresh shipment just received by express ; 250 full pound boxes on sale Saturday at 49c per box. , ' fcuerbach's Famous ABC Milk Chocolate Blocks; 50 pieces in a box, net weight ,8 ounces ; on sale Saturday, special, per box, 29c. ' To-'Ausrbsoh's ehooolste eoeosnut crssmt, Ca 7c Ausrbseh's ehoeolsts plnsspplt fruit bars, (e TeAisHMsli's ehooolsts msrshmsllow bars, c To Ausrbsoh's milk ehooolsts cskss st6o -. 7o Ausrbsoh's almond bsrs st te 14o Ausrbsoh's a'ssortsd ehoeolstss, 12o 14o Ausrbseh's chocolate peppermints at 12a 14o Ausrbsoh's ehooolsts crssm puffs, 12o ', 14 Ausrbseh's choeolsts nut brittle, 12o 14o Ausrbseh's ehooolsts butter sticks, 12o 14e Ausrbsoh's ehoeelste msrshmsllow v caramels, 12o , '" 14o Ausrbseh's molasses klssss, 12c s Home FoJh and Visitors Are Invited to ' Hear These Victor Records We've aotected the follow Ins popular Kecorda for tomorrow's feature and Invite wny not take uome a lew good records! I'm Forever Blewlna Bubbles "I Chss. Hsrt-Elliott Shew I 18340 J 88c By the Csmp Fire I Pserless Qusrtst TTulln Tims John atssll 185&tA Pretty Qlrl Is tike .a I 850 I Melody John Steel j (I Found You HensV Burr") In the Hesrt of a Fool , Henry Burr I 88e Alsbams Lullsby Chit. Msrt-Elliott Shsw My Sewsne Horns VI vim Holt-Lllllsn Ptosedsle 1IM 88e You're Still An Old Sweetheart of. Mini Spencer-Burr The Gates ef Olsdness I Jsmes and Shannon Four 185)0 85c f Tears of Leve Chss. H.rtl Hsrtl Burr I 18844 85c I Walt snd See Henry Lullaby Blues American Quartet 18553 85c , When the Beee Make Honey I Irving and Jack Ksuftmsn The Vsmp Fos Trot 1 Jos. C. Smith's Orchestrs I Tell Me Fos Tret ( Jee. C. Smith's Omhettrs I 18584 850 Ruopans One-Steo Pletro Have a Smile Medley Fos Trot Plelro Fidgety Feet One-Step Original Dixieland Jasi Band Laiy Osddv Fox Trot Original Dixieland Jan Band Canary Medley Fox Trot Jos. C. 6mlth's Orcheetra The Royal Vagabond Joe. C. Smith's Orchestra 18383 880 18584 85c 18(41 85c Matchless Values in All Departments. These Are the Days the DIG STOllE Is Demonstrating Jts Ability to ' ' Jh BEST at the LOWEST Price MWAY& ' Novelty Earrings; 50c Aew Novelty Earrings Large Oriental pearls ' beautiful things and rare values Saturday at rtOr per pair. , Rlhlmo tlialna with gold-filled clasp NEW and very special at S1.00 each. Introducing An Ever-Changing Group of Fall Hats Specialized at The result of an idea to present hats so far superior in point of quality and beauty to the usual $7.50 .hats, as to create widespread comment and appreciation. New styles are added the moment they arrive. This in troductory group permits millinery luxury without extrava gance. , , , Leatherized Suits for Boys The Biggest Money s Worth in America at $15, .$20 and $25 Every Suit Guaranteed . . ELBOWS, .POCKETS," SEATS and KNEES are all- lined with genuine leather. This soft, pliable double lining results in. a suit with super-strength, a lasting shapeliness and a perfect fit. , " The all-wool fabrics are bright and new, the lines graceful and smart. The tailoring is the handi work of specialists, who have con ceived this novel idea and de veloped it with care and pride ; sizes, 6 to 18 years. ' , 'Up numbers from our complete llnta of Victor you to come In and hear" them. iWhon You Look Into the 1 , Heart 0f a Roi I v Jot. C. 8-nlth'e Orchestra ( 85c Dsr Old Psl nf Mint I Jos. c. smith's orcnesvai fOh. finalA lljihawMHlaw Ons-Step Van Eps Trio 18558 850 Monte Crlsto, I Trot Jr. Medley F Vsn Eps Trio At the Jut Bakd Ball ' I One-Step 18547! Original Dixieland Jsit Band Ostrich WsikFo Trot I Original Dixieland Jan Band i Dixie Jan Band One-Step Original Dixieland Jsu Band Uvery ateble Blues Fox Trot Origins! Dixieland Jau Band 850 The Memphis Blue One-Step Victor Military Band 17818 180 Rsg-a-Muffln Rso On-Stee Victor Military Band A FEW OF THE MOST POPULAR VIOLIN SOLOS 74338 Ave Marls Mlacha Elman 1.50 74112 Thais Intermeixa r'rlts Krelsler 41.50 14770 Turkish March Jascha Halfett 1.00 54813 Souvenir Efrem Zlmballet 81.00 7416J Humoresqus Mlioha Elman $1.50 SOME OF THE MOST POPULAR STANDARD SONGS I710J Hard Times Com Aaaln Na More , Loulss Homer 81.00 8482S Sunehlne ef Your Smile John McCermaok S1.00 74638 The Last Rose of Summer Amellta Oelll-Curel $1.80 18811 La Camnane Dl Bau Oluete Enrloe Caruso S1.80 In ( more suits. the rest hacz to shop, aftep all MEMPHIS' GREATEST Sic; ' ever W'h medium quality tbry. price, ."Leatherized" Is no expensive than ordinary Let os shbw you "Leather Mm I cuasTnttio f , , , ' 1 SUITbkrlOVS K. ! I . ' ttMVtfl UMtD ' ized," inside and out, . tomorrow. Choice of a great variety of snap py patterns, in all good fall colors. The suit for YOUR boys $15, $20 and $25. - (Second Floor.) Women's Smart Walking Boots at $12M a Pair Women's walking boota -of brown kid, tan calf, dull' mat kid, glazed kid and patent leather; dressy brown kid with field mouse tops; welt soles and medium height leather Boule vard heels; all sizes and. widths. A reasonably good fitting, smart and serviceable shoe at $12.50 per pair. Growing: Klrta' patent leather lace boota with white, field mouse, gray or dull mat kid tops; turn or welt soles; low heels; all slzea and widths; 90.00 per pair. j The bent boya shoes in Memphis. irrespective of price--taa English Bhoes, $.1.10 to $7.50 per pair; gun- ' metai ungusu enoes, $.1.50 to S0.50 per pair; tan army shoes, $5.00 and $a.B0 per pair. (Main Floor.) See These Stylish Boots at a Pair In Our Basement Store And this Is just one of the ex traordinary values In our under price shoe department. Brown and gray kid and brown calf; brown Tamps with field mouse " know tops;, gray vamps with cloth tops to match: brown patent leather with brown tops; turn soles with high covered Louis heels, some with Cu ban heels: shoes that would eel I readily at $9.00 and $10.00 per pair; on sale here at $a.8,V (Basement.) There Woman's and crowing? girls' black kid and gunmetal shoes; dressy and English lasts: low and , medium height heels; $6.00 and CA Q $7.00 values at i VT" Mis-ics ' and children's gunmolal lace ahoes, with good leather soles: sizes from to 2: priced accordln to size at $2.0O, $U.33and $U.So per pair. Children's black: and browu kid button annea. with turn soles ' snH wedge' heels; sixes B to 8; at $1.30 per pair. (Basement.) Lingerie Clasps, 50c Lingerie Clasps In silver or gold-tilled; v on sale special at 50c peVypair. " IJnks for soft cuffa; beautiful enamel finish; large assortment of styles, at COc per pair. ; We're Ready With Complete New Fall Lines of .Manhattan VThis'season, more than ever before, discriminating men ill buy MANHATTAN shirts the line is broader ' than before, materials are, if anything, finer, patterns smarter ana tailored only as the Manhattan people know how. New fall Manhattans are readv now. at Goldsmith's .in. complete assortment. Finest fiber silks, satins, striped. Solo way crepes,-woven and printed madrases and other fine ' shirtings in exclusive Manhattan patterns. Soft and stiff cuff styles. Reasonably priced. at $3.60 and up. : , . New fall neckwear for men who want the smart- - , est and best at reasonable prices. Handsome flow . !n&-end four-in-hands, made 'of finest quality silks, i in tbx newest designs and most beautiful colorings , -, a wonderful selection at $1.00 to,$6.00 each.. Munsing " FalCand Winter Weights are now showinef comnlete 1 and heavy weights, for fall and winter Munsin? union suits are marie nf hest yarns arid are noted for their per- icn. ni, uicir uurauuuy ana wasnaDimy. lo other underwear at the price is so satisfac- .''.'".;'. ! , .. . .: , Dislinctiph in Men's New Fall Hats - There are so builds that u is an , style, tne most becoming shape and color, . ' - A hat that is -..! J!-i.- .'..t-.J anu uisiuiguisneu other. , Only in a big care to pay. , Stetsons:, Mallorys, Trimbles, Bergs, Crofut-Knapps and others soft felts and derbies all . i.. r rti 4 . of o ni ; You CanH Be Too Careful of the Clothes You Buy ' , You can't be sure that you get all 0i. -i i i.. In l. i'Ii' i-'. - "' ii i i' "ii . ii ....'a. .i..wViMS This is a -Mqti Y Step'1 Clothing Season for unless you are guided by your own past px periences or the experiences of others. Don't let. tempting price tags lure from the clothing you know is absolutely and always full value. ; Real economy is determined by quality. You that. And quality is back of the heimer-Goldsmith: reputation, always, regardless of price. There is quality in the all-wool fabrics, Mm c-,aa rf otrln arA fho mmmpr of tnilni'inrr. s nothing to equal. these t Mppenne lmer Suits and Overcoats The new fall and winter models, for men and young .men, different as they axe better, are really worthy values at $35 to $75. 1A Serve Yon. WOMEN'S SILK LACE HOSIERY WOMEN'S riRK SILK LACE HOSE, ihe finest qualities In the newest designs; nothing to compare with these at $4.50 to $10.00 pegjair. - ' WOMEN'S SILK LACK HOSE with deep lisle garter tops and double heels and toes; all new and beautiful patterns; ,$2.25 to $4.50 per pair. WOMEN'S i. LISLE ' HOSE, the best makes in the country; well shaped and silk finish; un equaled fbr wear; 65c, 85c.B.nd $1.00 per pair. Union Suits for Men Only at Goldsmith's ' , ' . 1 wear. Mu'nsin'g union suits come in fine sea island and Egyptian cotton and mercerized , - - j cotton, Wool and silken wool mixed; all sizes prices range from $2.50 upward. many types of heads, features, complexions and extremely hard matter to select jast the right suited to one man makes, him look smart 1 iL. !i. ujay nave jusi ine upposue enw;t on an '"X,: .';y '. - '.A '' "' store like Goldsmith's, where' stocks are im mense " and assortments unusually ' large and complete, caa,r a man be sure of getting the RIGHT thing at whatever price you v " ' ' 3 the best kinds and colors. Prices 1 ' you pay you away. reliable Kupen - . . Cenrrisbt Itlf mm Tin. 1' vVv7 I r nsHewselKiinssassti to