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SttMiiirmTrr--rrirrTHis 1 1 11 wuriMiiiiinii iTiTi sBiiissnsi m rrmrfc e-rWrft-frHi1 VlM iWif-n. i ulI A Wonderful Blood Purifier Silver Chain Sarsapa rilla is one of the best blood medicines to be had rids the blood of bilious impurities and puts new life into the body. , Highly recommended for all blood and skin hu mors, risings, pimples, boils, ulcers, etc VITRY HEADQUARTERS TO BE ABANDONED PARIS, Sept. 21 The general head. quarter, of the French army, estab lished August !, 1914. t Vitry It Fran cols, .soon will be discontinued after five yearn of varying fortunes, vicissi tudes, reverses and victories. It will row be superseded by the old Frcnctt supreme war council, with headquar ters at the Military School In Paris. Marshal Potato, it in understood, will drop the title of commander-in-chief to take that of chief of staff, which Joffre held at the beginning of the war. OLD GLORY FLOATS IN BELFAST HARBOR SHIP BELFAST, Ireland, Sept. J.--01 Glory waa floated from the masthead of a merchantman In Belfast harbor th other day, the first time in a great many years. She Is the Lakeside, bringing a cargo of many things which Belfast wants, and Is the first of a line of American ships which will ply fortnightly between New York and Bel fast. Her appearance here la taken as proof that Americans are not going to neglect the Irish trade. It 1 fiCI II I Where Can I Find Relief From Itching, Terrifying Eczema? "WltHai ft.f Just received samples of classy scarfs. Entire lot will be sold during the fair. Your oppor tunity to save 20 and to buy the latest styles. Scheibler & Co. 130 N. FRONT ST. Keep Your Clothes Pressed tliUU A MONTH, SINGLE SUITS SSe COOK is LIGHT 10S Monro. Phona. Mr 357. OOFITE" OJfE-HY ROOFING $1.83 Per Square. Pidgeon-Thomas Iron Co. U-i N Second St., Memphis, . Phone HOO. HOI, lie. K This Question la Ever on the Lips of the Afflicted. Eesema, Tetter, Erysipelas, and other terrifying conditions of the (kin, are dep-satd blood diseases, and appli cation of salves, lotions and washes can only afford temporary, relief, without rdachln(r the real aeat of tha trouble. But just because local treatment haa don rou no good, ther 1 no reason to despair, Tou simply have not sought the proper treatment, that Is within your reach. You hav th experience of other who hav suffered as you have to guide you to m prompt riddance of blood and akin diseases. No matter how terrifying the Irritation, no nat. ter how unbearable the Itching and burning of th akin, S. S. 8. will promptly reach th aeat of the trouble and forever rout from the blood every trace of the disease, Just as it haa for others who hav suffered as you have. This grand blood remedy has been used for more than fifty years, and you have only td give It a fair trial to tie re stored to perfect health. Our chief medical adviser la an au thority on blood and akin disorders, and he will take pleasure In giving you auch advice aa your individual case may need, absolutely without cost, Write today, describing your case to Medical Department, Swift Speclflo Co., to: Swift Laboratory,' Atlanta, Ua. adv. The Very Latest Fifth Ave. Hats Nobby New Shapes Selected with critical care tor a dis criminating clientele, this collection of exclusive hata affords ready, satisfac tory ch6ice $5TO$15 Shirts Fancy striped, plain and figured patterns in silks and madras. Neckwear Fashionable knit, and e'ik neck wear in a de lightful color range. Putzel & Co. Peabody Hotel Bldg. Aft'NOUNCE BILL OF MO RACES FORRNAL DAY tiflht Events on Program, Three Big Rivals Entered in 3-Mile DashSweep stakes Close. Out the Day. The completed program for suto race day t the fair 6aUrday waa announced Friday and consiats of eight events. One of these Is a tire changing con to oe staged by Memphis dealers, end one is an aula nolo mm th .- melnlng six brig together' the classiest rry oi orivera in the South. The main Interest win ......j in th outcome of the sixth and eighth evtnu on the progrsm. The sixth le the bnnr affair of the day with Koetl, Evi'!6?;. RnJ ,t,1b". the three big rivals, entered In a three-mile dash wkh a flying Mart and for a purse of 5T In il.JJ.."'! tl v beeS seen r.r.r'ph's,.bf'"' Klllngboe. the Canadian champion. I, freeh. from a neat victory In Nashville, where Ke lAw i 1 " rr,'" tor the mile. In the sweepstakes of is mue seven men have entered wlih a th 2,-i,",d..,h; 'nnr. This Is the Price; MM " "" muss fvame or Car rtri Mooney-Kord i"met Hoffm.n Wisconsin Special Ttevnolds PricVsV Wfit, rand V "",M Name of Car nrlvA. tfUZl Hoffman tea::::::::::::::::::--gia ften,' Jirt" chsnglngTlontes? onlv Memphis tire changing crews Dletance, lo mtl. Prices, Moo firft. 300 Handicap race. Nam of car Mooney-Kord Fheelan-McGreror Special.,', Wisconsin Special Maxwell Event No. , Time trial Drive. I'oeser . ..Stratton . .Reynold . . . Koetaia uistanc .b!.,.Tnmm.'i?l;.Mo0 t0 cr nuking faate tlm! 6o to car making fastest lima If traek record of n seconds is broken; $1,000 to the car making the fastest time If the state record of 60 l-l seconds is broken. Event N. 6. Three-cornered match race. Distance three miles (flvlng start). Pr cea isno first Mnn Nam of Car ' Triv MaxweU Kmki. BiMieot EIHnghoe Cunningham Plabrow Event No. 7. Auto polo. American champions vs. Paoifto Coast ohallengers. Rv.nt TCa Aimm .m.nh .AA.ir, plstancie, l mile, prliet, 1,06 first, mow secona, foo tntra. ' i'n?r, riinMlnrh.m vi-, Maxwell Koetsl Briscoe . .. Klllngboe , miser Comet , Hoffman Iftorla Adolfo Wisconsin Special Reynolds rrfaA mi-i.i. i.i.i ... . mo "wiuiMiB apuoiniea ior ine racee are: Referee, Mat. Selden; representa tive I. M. C. A., John Rous; atarter. C M. Darward, Chicago, 111.; Judges, Her brt Caldwell, Coyle fihea, Ralph Roddyi uiiicm. riBiin o. j naivBr- una wauer WAinwrtght; pcorera, nobrt Vnn baker, P. J. Qulgley, Milton Thompooa SEVER PI IN CHANG ING STUNT Value and Low Prices Combined lji.is.jpju in hi aiin. mmna,ST Watch Our Windows For New Styles Save That Extra $10 to $15 It',, jj U, J . ).'iHiiMJ41.aAIIU.aillllJMS 55 South Main SL-Flovd's Old Stand The Same Styles New Yorkers Wear Fourth Annual Tire Erect Will Again Be Held at the Fair. i S'kViJ "m,B wl" compete for honor ... ... luumi aiiuuai (ire cnanging con test to be peeled of Saturday afternoon tn CnnmnrHnn witk .t.. n., . !''LJ? hmld undr tn uP'oe of the a !! ieaiera susociatloh. v ?,"" luv'ng p win do awaraea tHt; the pilot will rake off 60 In cash. quarter mile post and race to the grand Bin tlfl ttnAM ft iftm rla a AUia i i. ?fhK.rr.he;1.r1'1 b'ae. A mile r.rVoi j . ,ul,"w- must be Inflated to 40 pounds. John Urtxa lnr.j.1 HnNi.nlatl.u ,u . I. M. C. A., will Indue th. winner " Fred Bowling, winner of the last two f2nt.".?' ,wl" aln oarry th "olors of the RMS lntntuinv UUI.k, u. appointed undisputed champion, Is still vomits iui a. inuuiit ana may iana one before the race starts. Midnight haa SneeH ynrl nrA.aff,n f. I.t.. Bowllng'n best time for the stunt Is four uiiiiuit's iiai. the real outstanding features of the fair. There is no reason to believe that It has waned In popularity. The firms entered and their drivers follow: lOnlrnnt r..i 8'S!fy lr Co- Tom White A " V;" l'lfl T"h Union Vuloanlilng Co ftlack Joe Kll rrit4k ln it. . . 81 e Tlr Co. Roy Jeffenton BOSNIAN PRESIDENT IS ONE OF SARAJEVO GANG ,r i ' udi oi tne .'i w.. wer wrested by Austrian authorities after the, assassination of ...i,.un inuinimu in ll, IB nOW Ii a . ruvinciai government of Bosnla-Heraegovlna, and Is recog nised as one of the leaders In th new CiiP oS. i ,"g0-1vi. tie is Atan aslje Shola. He was kept In prison at hard labor during the war. ,va, in ins oirice in what was : : i"-' Aunimn palace, Mr. Knola desi-rlbed his years In prison and subsequent rise to powtr. lit Is a ered to be a man of exceptional abll- "One hundred and fifty-six of us were placed under arrest in July, 19M " he said. "There was no proof that ' I waa In sympathy with the Jugo-Klav propaganda, but the authorities sus pected what waa In my heart. Nlxteen of thw men arrstd at thst time were condemned to death. The death pen. alties were not executed, because of the remonstrance of the king of Hpnln but the prison sentences wora all mado effective. "I went to prison on July 2, 19M. My cell was a small one a mere care, and I was kept at hard labor. In Oc tober of 1918, the people of Bosnia Herzegovina, as In other .Tugo-Siav provinces of the Auatrlan empire, an ticipated the debacle of the empire, and organised a national council for the conduct of affairs. As soon as th Austrian army fled this council came Into full executive power, and the men wrongly Imprisoned were liberated, t was released from prison on Nov. 1, 1911, and almost Immediately was chosen by th national council as pres ident of the government of Bosnla Hersegovlna." He said that the people generally were in sympathy with the central Jugo-Slav government at Belgrade. IRISH F2MERS STRIKE. DUBLIN. Sept. It. A strike of agri cultural laborers in the Irish midland counties has seriously embarrasicd bar vent operations. Cattle are held up on the way tu market, and in Dublin when they reach the boats. This has led to a diversion of some of the trafflo by way of Belfast. The strike is most acute in Klldare and Meath. but as far west as Oalway correspoiidcrts re port that crops are rotting In the ground owing to labor disputes. "Whatever Price You PayYou Save $10 to $15" The Money Saving Clothes Buyer Selects Trivers Guaranteed Clothes The greatest worry over experienced bv clothinc manufac turers, wholesalers and retailers is now in evidence. ALL DUE TO MARKET CONDITIONS. There is no question but that good clothes are scarce. Wool ens sell at sensationally high priees--skilled tailors are at a premium. y That's the sad predicament of many clothes makers, but happy to say everything is rosv at the "Home of Trivers Clothes." Direct From Maker To Wearer Months ago we purchased and received the choicest Fall and Winter Wool ens from the best American looms and at prices made possible only because of the tremendous volume of business that wc do with these mills. As America's Foremost Ready-to-Wear Clothes Organization, manufacturers and wholesalers, Trivers Clothes are acknowledged to be the Greatest. Clothes . Values in America. Made in our own Union Shop -des-igned by our own i master designers, and tailored by our own skillful craftsmen. The Fall and Winter Displays are Now Ready for the 200,000 Patrons of the 22 Trivers Stores . Your inspection is solicited. Clothes for the chap with the dapper fo clothes for the stout, slim and short men. Styles for the smart dresser, for the business man, professional man and for older men who stay young and the boy who puts on his first long pants suit. These are all here and with the guarantee of "Satisfaction or Your Money Back." Factory, 801-807 B'way, New York City Fresh Quarrel Is Brewing In Baseball Over New "Shiner" Oiootte, of White Sox, and Eller, of Reds, Assailed Heyd ler Against All "Doctoring" of Sphere. Branch Stores In 22 Cities e If B. BY GEORCtl S. BOBBINS. CHICAGO. Bent. 21 "Every time 1 ?et a pitcher who has something hard o hit, that It lias taken hi til years to perfect, enme one nets up a cry about barring it." This was the answer or unariee a. Comlskoy to t query about prominent persons In the gitme who objected to the so-called shine ball. Despite all op position, toddle Clcottn, foxy hurler of the White Box, goes on pitching his fa mous delivery and ginhblng Important combats. Eller really learned this de livery, which he haa perfected recently, from the Wlilto' fox five years ago at Mineral Weils. American league malingers had about tired themselves out yelling against the delivery when up boba Hod Eller, a former mnniber of the Sox, as an apostle of Clcotte. Npw comes John Heydler, nresldent of tho Natlnna.1 league, an nouncing he haa Joined the forces of those opposing the shin bull and other freak deliveries. When the league mo gul aftiemble In the National lengue In December, the playing rules will he amended so aa to put a ban on anything but siraignswHV piicnine r'v imynier Bans All Doctored Spberei. It I Interesting to note th-U Heydler is not only opposed to the shine ball, but would outlaw the spltbsll a well. All close relations or mo spitter are to go If Heydler has hln way, Kmery, tal cum, parufln and other foreign nubstan cee should not be rubbed on the leath er In preparing It for delivery, h imnKs. New Tork baseball men, nclildlnf some of the Ixwt known scribes, have come out openly agiilnst the rhlne ball ana probably nave influenced rrHciaeni Heydler in his determination 10 legislate It out of existence In the National. Tb isho dldn t pinch until worn by McGraw. it Hoenis. Hod I'.ller defeated the Giants last Krlday with the aid of the so called shiner and by doing so raised a storm of protest that ha swept ovr th country In newspaper stories. The present spirited race between the Giants and Redu canned the riiinpua over Eller' delivery. "Crime " Ones Stamngs. Fred Mitchell Of the Cuba and George Stalling of the Uraves are leading the fight on the ehlner ami, barked by Mr Graw, undoubtedly will In time nut the delivery out of existence in the National league. tttalllngs, whose team haa been de feated repeatedly by Kiler. declares the way Hod usee th delivery Is a frlme. "Eller uses enough nornffln to was the top of an automobile," complains bta.ll Ings. Jack Ryder, veteran baseball scribe of Cincinnati, denies toiler's suoceM In baseball Is due to the so-called shiner. "This sort tif thing l even funnier than what Stalling said," wrtton the Cincinnati historian. "A a' matter of fact, Eller h?j been successful ever ilnce joining the Red In the fall of 191. lie had been with the White Hox on tho training trip that spring, but the manager of tlie tflin had not ronnldore I him ripe for fart company and sent him back to the minors. Made Good From Start. "The Reds pl. ked him up tnat fall, nd he made good from li e Hart. He was never kent back to the minors after Joining the Krds, and be wi-s Ju.t as successful wnd?r Manager Mathewson us he has been since. Ilia work in the full erits of ICI7, between the ltd' and the i'leveland Indians, wse the secaatlon of the eerie, so the story that Fat Morun taught him the use of the shin ball and so made him an eff olive pitcher I simpiy guir. "As to the statement that without Eller the Hds would be hanging onte tho second division, the work of the other pitchers and the entire olub speaks for Itself. Eller Is the beat right hander on the team, but he le not solely responnlbla for the fact that the Red are so fsr up In tho race. The "-eago dope was Inspired by a couple of dlnap llnted managers, whose team have not lived up tn expectation and who are looking for soma sort of an alibi. Product of Imagination. "As a matter of fact, th shine bull Is largely a product of the batter' Imagination. Eller Is a first olaae S Holier, with fine control, a great deal f speed and a good curve (ball. He is smart enough to encourage oppoalng baiters into thinking that he has nme mysterious way of directing the course of th ball, and they fall for it Just as Trie Speaker fell for Eddie Clcotte de livery for so long. Stomach Out of Fix? 'Phono your t grocer or druggist for a dozen bottles of this dclicioui dipestant, l iUm with meal give delightful relief, or no charge for the first dozen umL Shivar Ale tun OlfiCSTIVC AROMATIC! WITH SHIVAR MINERAL WATER AND CINCER Nothing like it for renovating old worn-out stomachs, converting food into rich blood and sound flesh. Bottle! and guaranteed by the cele brated Shivar Mineral Spring, Shel ton, 9. C If your regular dealer cannot supply you telephoo OLIVEK-FINNIE CO, Distributor! for Memphis, , SELL ME IOIC KENNEDY DAILEY WILHON G.IRAUK.iini Madison YOUR IOHI) OR IMIIIOR HIGIIKST CASH I'll ICE. Business College. Wl Madison Av. 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