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FRIDAY, SEPTEttBfR 2t, 1511, -AGE EIGHT. 'No Marking Up" "No Marking Down Styleplns Clothe Smart, Dapper Models, Distinguished By Expert Tailoring 1 HANDSOME new fabrics that admirably blend with the latest designing details are embraced in this comprehensive dis play of autumn and winter styles. Styleplus Clothes are standardized they represent the utmost in quality and value. The super-plane upon which these gar ments are developed assures the widest variety of up-to-the-minute fashions. We are particularizing on the Youthful Belt-All-Around Styles in Either Single or Double-Breasted Dressy, conservative styles are also displayed in this collection of Styleplus Clothes at very moderate prices. Our selling policy of pne price every day in the year means that at the yt start of the season you can buy clothes with- jfT out paying an additional price for fictitious va!-" """ ues. Standardized clothes at a standardized price rne. If 14 1 in IB, iV i m k HI I H 7, y -ni: 15? rtTS.:VJ $25, $30, $35, $40 ' Jr '7 Beautiful Shirts Madras and Silk Men ! We invite your inspection of these new shirt arrivals for fall wear. Smart, classy stripes and figures in the latest textures await your choosing at a reasonable price range $2to$15 Stetson Hats Crofut-Knapp Hats Holeproof Hosiery Interwoven Hosiery Odum, Taylor & White 49 N. Main St Memphis ABillikenlsaShoe WITHOUT A NAIL As Good As a Shoe Can Be For Boys & Girls Think of it! not even the tiniest nail to hurt tender little feet. No Uff. clumsy soles to tire the little feet. No ill-favorod tihapcs to cramp the growing toes! Terfert little Shoes for your kiddle made according to nature'! demands, plug the good commotvaense Ideas of the maker. For children, mlasea and growing girls. Trlwd According to 8le Moderate! 5 . Complete Showing of School Shoes GaradineShoeCo. 63 N. Main St. , "Caradlne's PHrm Keep Caradlne'a Crowded." ajaxjQceaxixijQ SAVANNAH FIRM OPENS EXPORT OFFICE HERE In order to keep In closer touch with the rapidly Increasing- export buslneua of Memphis, the Kllpatrlck & Hay com pany, steamship broke tuid aurnt, of Kavemmh, tin,, hue openend of I'll en In the Fails building, In charge of II. II. Kllpatrlck, where It li perpared to quote export rates on ell commodities to all forelRii points, via tiulf. Atlantic or t'Kilflo ports. The development of export business from Memphis has attracted a great deal or attention from the steamsnip lines of the country and their repre sentatives have Holiclted business here frequently, hut the Savannah firm I the first to eBtabllHh a permanent ex port office here. The local office will be a great convenience to local Interests contemplating entrance Into the export trade. Mr. Kllpatrlck. msnnitor of the local office, una a lieutenant In the engineer ing corpe durlnir the late war. and hi awarded the distinguished service cross while In France. He will brine his family to Mernphln ait noon an a desir able residence can lie obtained. Organized 1850 Of New York Life Insurance Fills the Breach 'ITH the cost of llvtnfj advancing. It Is very difficult for1 even the " eautloua spender to eave much during each year, and It Is sometimes difficult to Inveat that little at a rate of Interest that la remunerative, if the Investment In secure. And eavlnge accounts grow too slowly to be ot great account In the case of your death. It la Into this breach that life Insurance cornea sa an aid to the man who deelreH to save a little, and at the aame time protect hie family from want In case of Ills death. "Vou may ask-why we urge life Insurance; It la because It creates the habit cf avlna: It Insures the protection of widows and orphans; It means a leaser number cf helpless persons left to the mercy of a meager charily; tt meuns fewer children forced to luhor for hire at an age when they should be in school; it means a pi-eat er interest In the home; it means a better cltlrenshlp. The Atlanta Constitution, The 'above wns taken from one of the ablest edited nnnei s In Hie coun try, and should be carefully read, studied and considered by everyone hav ing dependents. . If you are Interested In the subject of life Insurance we shall he glad to discuss the question with you. OL'K KATES ARK CH10APER. ALFRED BOYD, Jr., Manager . Mississippi and Wsat Tennessee, 117-118 Bank ef Commerce Bldg. Phone Main 522. . PAID POLICYHOLDERS $104,057,759.55 WILLIAMS WON FIRST ON REDJUCK RABBIT V. A. Wllllsms, 1155 Hledgn avenue, won the prlne for grand champion buck at the rshhlt show at the Trl-Htate fair with a Hufus Kcd buck. It was insjl vertently stated In The News pioimltar that the grand champion buck premium was won by another. GIRL BRIDE BACK; HM WANED Travelers' Aid Brings Miss Anderson Back From Wash ington Groom In Jail. Mrs. Grower Cleveland Smith, nee Miss Iorothy Anderson, arrived tn Memphis at It o'clock Friday from Washington, where she was taken In charge several days ago by representa tives of the Travelers' Aid association. Smith, bankrupt lrok:r, who married the girl In Memphis Saturday nlslit la-t. was placed under arrest on Thursday right at the Union station apd placed in the city jail. Just what action will be taken in the case of Smith could not be determined Friday morning, owing tu the absence from tne city of tuny B Anderson, rweree in bankruptc) . It U prouab.e, however, that cnarge of perjury and concealing assets wnl be placed against tne rhan. On tne olner hand, It ij said by interested parties, that Minim's san i.y may oe i.inuued ir.to. Following the fil.ng of a petition In bankruptcy IujI wetk by Mnilth, a special hearing of creditors was called for tatu.da, at which time appioxi mately Ji.2ihi In es-net-i that had not been listed in hia schedule ot asset wai dlsc.oveied. 't he healing was continued until Mcminy, and b.nit.j ins Imornied that he was in the jurisdiction of the telxree and Vvarnrd not td" l"-ae the city. on Kjturdav nisht he procured a licence to tied Mi.it Anderson, and the ceremony wsa perfonnsd by Rev. He.i I fox .'ate Saturday night. The couple I left :,1inphia Sunday for ahliigioii. I pon arrival there tne girl, wno t. oniy II yeais oid. was taken lino t.ie cus tody of the 'travelers' Aid association. Miss Anderson had known ijinilh only llteee weeks at the time 01 their mar riage, she having been sent to his office by a local bulne;s college to till a posi tion as stenographer. Smith la said to have written a letter from Washington stating thai he hao no Intention of running awuy from the jurisdiction of the referee In uai.Krupt .. and that he would be In Memphij by bept. 2U. Just what action will be taken in his case will be decided upon as soon as Harry B. Anderson, reieree, returns to the city and can confer with representa tives of bmiih's creditors. Labor Organizations Of Memphis Indorse League Of Nations The Trades and Labor Council of Memphis, representing 12,000 working men of the city, Thursday night passed a resolution enthusiastically indorsing the league of nations. Recital of the provisions of the pact safeguarding the Interest of organized labor Ihroughotu the world Is embodied In the resolution and hearty approval Is given of the provisions contained in the tentative draft looking toward the re-establishment of normal industrial conditions after the chaos of war. Immediate approval of the United States senate to the league, and partic ularly the Tennessee senators, is urged. A copy of the resolutions will be sent to Senators K. D. McKellar and John K. Shields, and a draft of the docu ment also will be mailed to William H. Taft, president of the League to Enforce 1'eace. . SOUTHERN PINE U0V1E SOUTHERN PINE MOYIE Pictures t of th " manufacturing process of Southern pine (umber and its architectural uses, such as In resi dences, were shown Friday morning at the Bijou theater at 1(I:S0 o'clock by the Southern Pine Salesmen's Bervice asso ciation, which ta meeting in Memphis. The meeting- was held at the Hotel Chlsca following the showing of the pictures. C. H. Slevens, of this city, chairman of the sixth and ninth di visions of the association, presided over the meeting. Methods of Improving salesmen's service were discussed. Smoke I Smoke I Smoke! A Samelson's Extra Cigar. At all first-class clgsr stands. A mild, de lightful smoks that will give you pleasure. Price ic. adv. MRS. TAyU0RG0WAN DIES BURIAL IN EGYPT FRIDAY Funersl services over the body of Mrs. Taylor Uowan, wife of Taylor Oowan, deputy sheriff, were held Krt day morning from the residence of Dr. f. K. HauH, 170.1 Kast Beard place. Sirs, finuls Is a sister to Mrs. flowan. Burial followed In the burying ground st Kgypt, Tenn., where the mother sleeps leslrin her child who preceded her in death some time ago. Mrs. flow an died at the Baptl.'it Me murlal hospital early Thursday after a long Illness. Besides her husband Mrs. Gowan Is survived by her lAther, Mrs. Msgle t'ox, and three sisters, Mrs. W. R. Uood wln, Mrs. I). K. Hauls and Mrs. Jack Taylor. faliilini'l iilig'rmirw -i J.SUMMERFIELD JR. 13 N.MAIN ST- w 'lit. i . WVWW.l ',-sif't WJi b u 'I ii "W I 1 W f I 1 dim I 1 .1 I Sprinkling Hose 10 feet Guaranteed Hose, including Couplings and Noxsle $7,50, $8.00 and $10.00 TOWNER & CO.. Inc. Cerrer ascend and Union. HAVING SHAVING TROUBLE? SEE WT" Court" Ave,, Near Frent. HOLLOW GRINOINQ. HONING. Mall Orders Solicited. BEAD THE NEWS SCIMITAR CLASSIFIED AD3. The Creole's Secret Of Keeping the Hair Younfe POR generations La Creole Hair Dressing has been favonte omonji the aristocratic Louisiana Creoles whose wonderful hair is a mark of their pure Spanish-French blood. No Gray Hair jcalp nothing to wash orrubofT Makes hair lus trous, aoft, beautiful. Pro motes healthy condition. Guaranteed to brinfe back hair' color or money refunded. . La Creole will brinji back ftray, ray-strenked, or faded hair to its youth ful color and beauty. It contains no dyes jbnt works with nature - grad ually but surely. La Creole must not be confused with dyes-feives no dyed look can't stain Writ fur fascinsttnA booklet, "La Creole," Hair Beautiful. Shows bast hair dressing (or each type of face. At druists anA toilet counter, price? JI.0O. If your tUaltr ean't supply yon, tend hit nam and address. We nnll tot that you art tupplUd. Van Vloet-Manc field Draft Co., Mahtn. Meraphis, Tenn. Petticoats Exactly Like Illustration ON SALE (JJQ QQ SATURDAY yvvQ A Special For This Day Only An AU-Taff eta Petticoat Oood $6 value, but on account of our "Cash Works Won- . dors" policy, and having a number made egpeclally for us, we can sell them tomorrow only for $3.08. Monday the price will go to $4.08. We positively state that we can not duplicate them at this price. Great value, tfhey are in changeable and solid colors and are all taffeta. This Season's Suit Fashions Are Attractive At these popular prices we offer more value In beauti ful suits, striking in distin guished styles; shown in. the fashionable colors. Alterations Free $25 $35 $45 and Up The Season's Latest and Best Styles Wonderful Values For Cash Suits of Serge, Tricotine, Velour, Poplin, Broadcloth and novelty fabrics, in plain and trimmed. Tailoring is on a par with much higner prices. .s Alterations Free Autumn Dresses $25, $35, $45 and Up These new dresses reflect all that is correct for Fall. Sel dom does one store offer such a range of Satins, Geor gettes, Trlcolettes, etc. it is impossible to do justice to this wonderful collection In a written description. ALTERATIOXS FREE ' AX ADDITIONAL SAVING OF 2 TO $5. Warm Coats $25, $35, $45 and Up An assemblage of Coatg that answers all questions on the matter ot fabric and fashion for Fall. The many materials will help you form en idea of the elegant styles In which these Coats are made. ALTERATIONS FREE' AN ADDITIONAL SAVING OF 92 TO $3. ALL HOSPITALS IN CITYAREO. K. Maj. Ballard Suggests a Few Changes in Methodist Institution, A fnw chaiuten looking to tlie im provement of the Methodist hospital vlll be recotnmfndfd by SlaJ. .lames C. Bjil. an, United States public health serv ice In his report to Surieon-deneral Uupei t Blue, sccordlng to an announco- nent made by Maj. Ballard prior to hid departure Prlday morning. All of the other 15 civilian hospitals In Memphis that were Inspected by Maj. Ballard weVo given the offfcer'n O. K. ' Maj. Ballard would' not stute what the nature of the lmprovcni.fitB that he would recommend for the Methodist hospital would be. The re port will he forwarded to the surgeon- wneral and a copy furnished the hos pital authorities. MhJ. Ballard has been assigned to make a survey of nil liospltnla In the Kifth federa.1 reserve district ana csitw here from Atlanta. This work la a part of the government's campaign to Im prove hospltul facilities throughout the nation arm to comuat disease. Mat Rallarii ennressed himself being highly gratified with the result of his survey In Memphis and he paid tribute to the modern facilities and ex cellent manner In which the affairs of the hospitals la being administered. SHRINER TRAIN TO NEW ORLEANS A anerlal train of nine Pullman sleep ers will carry tne Memphis surinei to New Orleans, leaving the (imnd Cen tral etAllon over the Illinois Central at Id o'clock Friday night. About 250 Shrlnera expect to make the trip. Re turning, the train will arrive here Mon day morning. POSTAL EMPLOYES SAVE WAGE DATA Preparations made by local postal em ployes for the presentation of facts tending o support their request . for salary Increases have beert held tip tem porarily 'owing , to the cancellation of further hearings by the Joint congres sional committee en postal sa'arieS. Elaborate preparations had been un der way for several weeks and commit-. tees have been busily engaged tn gath ering statistics and all available data for presentation to the committee. Several hundred delegates from post offices throughout the states of Ten nessee. Mississippi, Arkansas and I,ouis iana were to have arrived In Memphis Sunday and Monday for the purpose of conferring with local postal employes and organising their forces for a forci ble presentation of their case. The data already gathered by the committee will be preserved for pres entation to the committee when thev visit Memphis which presumably will he after the ratification of the peace treaty. Party leaders deemed It best to have all the senators present tn Wash ington to nartlciuate In the peace treaty ratification fight. This was given as the reason for the postponement of tho hearing In Mempnis. TWO AUTOS BURN IN OWN GARAGES : An aulomoblle. owned by O. I. Goth ard. Jefferson avenue, was almost to tally destroyed by fire about midnight Thursday. Tne macnine was in a ga rage in tho rear of the residence. Fire men succeeded 1r saving the garage. , A short circuit in the automobile elec Hn avstrm nrobsblv caused the blaie. A simllur accident befell an electric coupe In a garage in the rear of the .1. I Proctor residence, South Belvo dere boulevard, about II o'clock Thurs day night. The automobile as' badly damaged and the inside of the garage scorched. Defective wiring la believed to have caused the machine to catch fire.. AllHetUp,But We Should Worry Pk -mar FRANCISCO MCNNIOUB Y CAIVAJAL President CalvaJal of 8anlo Domingo objects to United States troops being stationed there and hss ordered the United States state department to uiihdraw them. His nositinn' hss not b-en recognised bv the United States to t and no charge In the a-bnln-rtiailon for the Island republic la bflug planned as a rwiull A Uis uaughty oro Baltimore eat Market Open Fee Business Main and Adams near of Fioa' wiasty The home of neatness, fanltatlon and nuallty. 'f you want to patronise a nice, elcan, up-to-date, nonproflteerln Meat Market iiake us a visit and be convinced beyond s doubt. Wa Can Save You Money. Old-Fshioned Home-made Sausage Our Specialty. Iln Steaks la Porterhous Stealt 5o Ttound Steaks , J9e Chuck Steak ""iT Humn KoaHta J Shoulder Hoats JJo Roll- Pvoasts Chuck Itoasls Dronnd Peef , ii. Brisket Stew , 1'Ve Short Rib Stew 15o I-uinb Mioulder Ijimh Breast Jj0 Umh leg ?c Umb Chops ," S.,e I-amh Stew Veal Chops 35C Veal Steaks 'c Veal Rossis 30c Veal Stew 1 Ixln Pork Ro-sts 3fle Ioln I'or'K Chocs 5e Old-Fnshloned Sausage ,,..?0e Sliced Htm 50c SMoed Bacon ., SJc Weiners 2j Bologna ..25c Heef Brains, two for 250 Cream Cheese ; S8o Fresh Oysters Dressed Poultry Country Produce Fruits and Vegetables Phons Main 801 C. J. ERICAS, Mgr. Thrifty Housewives Indorse Aig-Ett 4 Ox. Net Weight 25c Try AIQ-ETT In Yeur Cakes Just Once. Yeur Grocer His This Tempting,. Nutritious Substitute for Eggs. AIG-ETT MANUFACTURING CO. 366 Vance Ave. Memphis. i fad I " " 1 f 1 sr S (MA rn Xri Community Silver Service Buy your Comfnity Silver at BAILER'S, and know tbat you are getting the highest grade of silver for less money. Save Money Deal Direct do cn 20-Plcc Set Cor. Man and JeJerson ccAD THE NEWS SCIMITAB CLASSIFIED ADS .4 r ft ' I! if 9 ("V nMaaaiBaBH t I