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THE NEWS SCIMITAR. FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 10, H20. "I Discuss Conditions At Local Dairies Actual condition that rxlsted t msny ef the ilMi-tes whioh supply Memphis with milK vert discussed t lcnKth on Thursday by lr. J. J. lurr.'tt. superin tendent of the citv health depart mi nt, when he addressed a meetlnpt ot wom en held at Community center Slides and photoKraphs d.-putlnn methods of handling the milk supply wi-re explained and tlit women were told the plnns or the health department In Its rampiilun to raise the standard of the milk up piled to the people of Memphis. The soorlng method at present em ployed by the board of health haw been indorsed by the government, and l'r. "Durrett snva Unit unless a dairv scores nt least 70 per cent the milk, la bo low the required standard The slides used to Illustrate his t;ilk were- made from actual photographs taken on Inspection trips to dailies throughout Shelby county by Or. Pur- ; rett and C. I.. Isley. director of sanlta Uon of tbe health department. i'h neefitv for enforetnii the milk i 1 1 Avlul WHS Btreased by Dr. Durrett In order that manv preventaoie diseases. inr kohlM ofiiilri he mnterlallv re- ,i.i4 n.t f.r the funeral welfare of 111 enjf-a a. " ti"i . Another miwtlnit of women has been ii. .- M.xtianw at 3'3ll O'clock i . v. - '.v. ..... v.... A vmmnni lit which . in me uiiftiiii"- "i time members of the l'arent-Teachrr aauir nt nnii anil A women lilitreMf i.n.i 1 rn uiil l.a aMlfK.t ti nt III CIIUU wt-niu mm tend and discus further the milk bii- uatlon In .Memphis. OPEN RECRUITING OFFICE IN COVINGTON rm-rvnTflV T.nn Sent 10. (Pol ) The V'nlted States army has opened a temporary recruiting ottice in mc cnuri- hnmm In lrtVlnaMon First-ClaSS i'M- at Charlea B Hlddle. Is In charge ,,f the station. He states mat tne anin Is offering eome good opportimiiica now In offering to teach tliein a trade and rlv them an education at government expense. Ben J. Chamberlain was the fiet to he accented at the local station. He la enlisted fur one year In the Seventy-sixth field artillery. Col. A. S. Frost, of the Memphis recruiting office, was a vimtor in ov in.tnn Thursday. Informing the cx-sol dlera that Victory medals, which have baen issued by all the allied govern ments, can be procured by them in pre senting their discharges at the office In Memphis, or mailing them to the Memphis office, where applications will 1e made out and the medal ordered mailed to ex-sohliers. BEGIN ORGANIZATION v: OF ROTARY CLUB BAND ; tVith the enrollment of about DO boys Thursday In the band being formed by the Memphis notary club, actual work of organising has commenced. The boy met with C. Milton Smith, chair man of the boy work committee, and rrof. E. K. White, who ha been re. talned by the club to train the boys. Prof. White' actual work will com mence on Oct. 1, and will end June 1. He will be In complete charge. At enrollment Thursday the boys were assigned to their respective In Btrumenta. It Is expected that the to tal enrollment of 80 boys will be reached soon. No boys without musi cal experience will be accepted, but there la atlll room for boys with cornet, clarinet, aaxophone and trombone ex perience. All expenses of equipping the boys with Instruments and uniforms Will be met by the Hotary club members. He May Be Hubby, Fiance, Or Friend 1?- 4 ? , S -V i Uncle Of Roosevelt Killed In A ccident notnilL'Crtuil. V V M..nt 1rt Warren lelano, of New York and llar rvlown. uncle of Franklin I). Roosevelt. Democratic vice-presidential nominee, was Instantly killed at the Barrytown station of the New York Central rail road, 21 miles north of here, when his favorite horse, Bell, frightened by the n,.f.fwh tt un Minreaa train, dashed onio the tracks late yesterday. TO HOLD NEW ERA CHURCH INSTITUTEATC0VINGTON COVINGTON'. Tenn.. Sept. 10. (Spl) The w Kra institute, which la A movement of the Tresbyterian church for "A Better World, a Better Com munity, a Better Church," will be held at the Munford Presbyterian church Mnnnav, Tuesday and Wrdnesnay. eep temher 13. 14 and 15. The Institute will be in session on each day. dinner be ing spread oil the ground. The institute will incluoe Hiereopuoon aooressea ami messages by able speakers and open discussion. DAWSON IN COURT. - B. 8. Dawson, arrested several days I go In connection with Investigations of the alleged assault on Mrs. J. Finley ' Brown, waa to appear again In city court Friday, this time being charged I with being drunk and disorderly. Ho r i- taliaii h. nf ti fi.r. ThitraHiiv aftp. noon late. Dawaon posted forfeit. DISCUSS SCHOOLS. "School Organtxation. Supervision and I , Finances" la to be the subject of a I .report to ba read by the education com' mlttee of the Memphis City club, which I tneeta Saturday noon at the Chamber f commerceu This committee has been v working on the report for some time, I. ana promisea an interesting meeting. PLAN FAtB AT R0SEMARK. mvivriToK T.mi n.n in o..i I The Second " annual Hosemnrk mm. munlty fair will be held at Kosemark on neptember 1. There will be ex hlblta of agricultural products, live atock, textiles, culinary and poultrj-. Barbecued meats and various refresh ments will be served by the Hosemnrk rair association. The proceeds will go to benefit of the association, TO IMPROVE STREETS. : PADUCAH. Ky., Sept. 10 Extensive repairs to Paducah bltullthlc streets Will be made at once, acenniiner ia u. A announcement by the commissioner of ituoiic woras. rne permanent building Program is at a stanrtnn t i,r...., , t due to the postponement of action of ine ooaro in employing an engineer Approximately SO new workers have been added to the street force. FAY BAINTER. When Kay Balntor. the popular ac tress, returned from Europe a few days ago. Lieut. -Coin. Venable, II. S N turned the U. 8. destroyer Ingraham Into an unofficial escort to her as the Olvmpie. on which the actress was a passenger, s(j-amed up New York har bor. Ho further broke the rules by boarding the Olympic before It docked without the permission of the officer of the port. "They are married,' said friends of the counle. "We are en gaged," said Venable. "We lire only good friends, said Miss Bainter. TO HOLD BIG SINGING MEET IN COVINGTON TK TintAn fVmnt v Siniri na ronvonl Ion will meet with the Liberty Baptist church Sunday. Ropt. 19. Singers from .n,.. I .nirlnr.lu In unrl Ctirthu fnllllliM are expecien iu i u rnnu, mm venliun ever neiu in x umuh wumy "FREEZONE" Lift Off Corns 1 No Pain I i 'in 3ii mil i tv mi. .'i!i' (iivia Freexone on an aching corn, Instantly that com stops hurting, then shortly von lift It rlcht off with 'Ingers. Truly! Your druggist sells a tiny hottle of Freeiotip for a few cents, sufficient to remove every hard corn, aoft corn, or torn between tho toes, and the calluses, without soreness or rniauun. II 1 li J! 11 t: m I k ti 1 iS ;. a 3 i Order That Quilfoyle tailored Suit NOW for S-arly fall Wear Tho sucijestinn i'cssos its iy toward your attention in the suprrmo ly fine imported t'a!rii's ready to lip selected ;t ( luilt'oyle's. Styled by a designer who knows the fashions of men not ly tho U'inted word, hut ly art -tailored to MM'fee tion hy a staff of tailtvnien working in harmony season after season. The e eelleiiee and hmesty of fine iiality and irreproachable styh this is your Ciuilfovle Tailored Suit. Select Xow and Be Ready for the First Autumn Days CONGRESSMAN WHEELER TO TAKE STUMP FOR COX PADl'CAM. Ky.. Sent. 18. Sol. Con gressman Charles K. Wheeler, who is prominently known aa one of Ken tucky' most gifted speakers, will take part In the coming presidential cam paign, speaking for Cox. This la me nrst campaign m which Mr. Wheeler has participated In for a number of years. He will attend the meeting of the Democratic committee In Louisville on Friday. TOBACCO ASSOCIATION ARRANGE FOR FINANCES FAM'CAH. Ky.. Sept. 10. (Spl.)-A contract for prizing and storing tobac co of the Planters' association In Bal lard county has been let to the firm of Harlan & Stewart, of Barlow, who have opened their receiving house there. Financial arrangements have been made with the banks of Barlow where- T URN HI DARK WITH SAGE TEA f Mixed With Sulphur It Darkens So Naturally Nobody Can Tell. The old-time mixture of Sage Tea and Sulphur for darkening gray, streaked and faded hair is grand mother's recipe, and folks are again using It to keep their hair a good, even color, which Is quite sensible, as we are living In an age when a youthful appearance is of the greatest advantage. Nowadays, though, we don t have the troublesome task of gathering the sage and the mussy mixing at home. All drug stores sell the ready-to-use product. Improved by the addition of other Ingredients, called "Wyeth's 8age and Sulphur compound. it la very popular because nobody can discover it has been applied. Simply moisten your comb or a soft brush with it and draw this through your hair, taking one small strand at a time; by morning the gray hair disappears, but what delights the lad es with wyetn j sage ana uuinnur Compound, Is that, besides beautifully darkening the hair after a few applica tions. It also produces that soft lustra and appearance of abundance which is o attractive. adv. Advance Fall Styles On Sale SATURDAY High Boots Ladies' 10-inch boots, in black and brown kid, brown suede, taupe, gray and tan. $15 values v ji ti,, i 80 ' F -flip ii Brogue Oxfords n Tan and Black, $14 Values, $0.80 Spats $4.00 values, $1.95 Brown and Taupe. SAMPLE BOOT SHOP 91 South Main Memphis by the farmer will be advanced money on tneir tnnacco. it la expected that a iargi amount 01 tooacco stored in the barni of Ballard, county farmer will begin moving Immediately, being brought in to tha association warehouse at Barlow. Tobacco oontlnne ta Into tha association wareuoua ducatu (jlf . Sincere P nllS ' Personal lip1 gl Service U ". 2)idmon65 A Choice May Be Had in Your Home By Means of Our Selection Packages Correspondence is invited relative to this subject, for it li quite inviting to those unable to visit our diamond sales room, to make their selections at home. Each selection pack age of diamonds is sent express charges prepaid and upon memorandum. Our liberal selling plan has enabled many to become the possessor of a diamond who would likely have delayed longer had they been required to invest a large sum of money at one time. One-fifth the purchase price cash is all that is required. The re mainder, plus five per cent (which is our only additional charge for credit accommodations) may be divided into ten equal monthly payments. DIAMONV) MERCHANTS ; JEWELERS j SILVERSMITHS. 19 V. Main St., Opposite Court Square Memphis 145-117 Madison Ave. Men and Women Who Want To Save Money On Shoes Will Find Their Opportunity Saturday in Tnis Big EASEMENT mm Never was the completeness of this basement sh6e store so strikingly demonstrated as in this Saturday sale. Men, women and bovs will be able to fill their full year's shoe requirements at prices that mean a wonderful saving. The starting of the tall season sees the advent of hundreds of pairs of the season's newest high shoe models at real bargain prices. The final ciean-up of low shoes sees hundreds of pairs of the finest materials and styles that will be good next sprmg ruthlessly sacrificed. Come tomorrow for a bargain in any shoe you want. ' . Men's High Shoes If you want good shoes moderate prices we can fit and please you in this basement sale. The fall line is complete and the lowness of the prices will surprise you. Men's Chocolate Calf English last Shoe, with uoodyear ruo- herl $9.00 Men's Army Shoes, in the remilation Munson last (trr ff Men's Black High Top Strairrht Last Slides m vici kid at $7.00 Last Call On Men's Low Shoes All men's low shoes are on bargain tables f-r the final clean-up tomorrow. You have never in your whole life seen such bargains. It will pay you to buy next spring's requirements at these prices. $3.95 and $4.95 You will find in this big collection English, semi-English, straight last and round toe models, in patents, gun metals and t.ins. Not all sizes in every style, but your sie in some good style. Don't let 1 1 1 i s sale close with out buying at least two pairs of these shoes. You will surely save a lot of money. Boys', Youths' and Little Gents' School Shoes No store in the South carries the line of boySj' shoes that will be found here tomorrow. We can fit the young ster in-the shoe he wants and at a price you can afford to pay. Boy Scout Shoes A complete line, all sizes, in black and tan at $4.00 $5.00 $6.00 Boys' U. S. Army Shoes Munson last Army Shoes for youths, little gents and bovs at - $4.00 $5.00 $6.00 Round Toe Models Gunmetal Shoes in round too models for youths, little gents and boys. $4.00 $5.00 $6.00 English Models Chocolate Calf, English mod els for youths, little gents and boys. $5.00 $6.00 $7.00 Same in Gunmetul, English last, at $4.00 $5.00 $6.00 Same in Men's (iunmetal Calf, Kngltfh last, ut $7.00 Chocolate English Boys' Chocolate Kid, English last shoo. The best boys' dress shoe made. A splendid value at $10.00 Foot Form Shoes Little Gents' and Youths' Chocolate Kid Shoes in foot form last. $6.50 and $7.00 The same shoe In Black Kid leather. $6.00 and $7.00 "The completeness of our sizes assures a perfect fit in any of the above models. Women's High Shoes The values we are offering tomorrow in ladies' new fall boots are simply wonderful. A compari son of styles and prices will convince you that they re the greatest bargains in iviempnis. Ladies' Chocolate Calf Boot with Cuban heel. Very styl- If $8.00 Ladies' Chocolate Calf Boot, with military heel. A great d7 (( bargain at ... P VVF Ladies' Gun metal Boot, with m i 1 i t a r y heel. A n u n m a t ch able bargain 12 tffr Iff P. f ; &rf 1, - jbtV ' rev.'.. at $6 l You Will Always Find A Bargain In Our Big n Last Call On Women's Low Shoes W'e have regrouped our women's low shoes for the" season's final clearance tomorrow. ' Hundreds of pairs of this season's best styles that are sure .to be good next spring go tomorrow at wonderful bargain prices. They were made to sell at $10.00, $12.00 and $14.00. Our prices are $2.95 $3.95 $4.95 If you really want to save money you can't afford to overlook these bargains. Shoes of this character arc sure to sell at $4.00 to $5.00 a pair more than these prices when next spring season opens. Come down to morrow and see these values. Bargain Basement Memphis, Tennessee ' ;i. cut., -!' ,a-iW-'VHwv. am.