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J i If 1! if I! This paper brings ihe'news while it is news to your home when vou have the leisure to read it. It is your duty to yourself to road the worth-while news. j C FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 10, 1920." . ' SENATOR HARDING MAKES BIG HIT AT MM ESOTA FAIR Lawrence1 Says Cox Made Good Impression, But Even Washington Couldn't Beat G. 0. P. in State. BY IMYID LAWKENCK. (Special Correspondent of Th Nswi Scimitar.) ST. rAl'I, Minn., Sept. 10 Senator Harding made a )iit in Minnesota. JemorrHts who naw Ms reception In the Twin Cities wilt hardly brsrudRo that statement, anil Republicans will pri vately admit that the senator did ev'-r an miieh better than they exi . led He was to them a pleasant Biirprie. a iIik nified figure with plenty f liuin.m qualities to cater, the ImsKiniition nf a crowd ready from tho ouit to lii'' h'"omparlf.on of the reception Kiven Gov. Cox two days afro ami ' K'v';" Senator Harding is not difil.-ult. . for e onditlons were almost ,x", " , Hint. Hoth candidal. talked lit It same state- fair. The Pemorratio no m I ree faced a hostile crowd, the ' )" lican nominee stood before a res .-rent, almost affertlonale. awdieme. ine liked Harding's pictures before the aw the man, thev were ready believ "ln hia Phlloaophv of anli-Wllsomsin: they were born and bred Uepiiblln.n" and felt satisfied that Warren Harding rame from goou isn""1"" ..... would do. Cox Made Some Votes. Cov. Cox. on the other hand, won friends and made some votes but, , as one Republican expressed It, ey n Cieorgo WastlnKtcm couldn't carry 1 ; pesola. on the Democratic ticket this year The Democratic nominee won rnor. applauae when he dro. a horse nroond the rac track than ns nis apeech at the ."ato fair, but he did get u rouat ng reception when he spoke at the AUHSrr5iSl!i flr-t xper.ence away from th. front I" " v th whole a big success. The . onr Rel.nSco.nmi. tee ay ected a Itood place for the experiment. The Twin Citlea are more than eager for "normalcy." and moat people h-'" cheered Harding imagine he wll bring soma sort of a change in econom.c. ooii .U.lonrthat will relieve them of present 'XtToov.- Cox and Senator Harding sis Bf',k.';d Yi.viirno.ni. I"! his candidacy therefore only bv imp eat "n. The Republican noml iVwM in the hands of friend , on the iut fair board, and took all aorta oi bbcrtiea even to the cataloguing of Republi.an pledgea Ad 'b. crd r luiieri it Thev understood hia dlatoiirat. on r cultural matter., liked tho tone f kill voice liked the cut of hi Jib and aas'e him the Kind of greeting that . Snndatakable both in warmth and n rerlty. ,. Captures Minneapolis. Over in Mlnneapolia tho Senator cap- Woodrosv Wllaoh a r o. Hacked from atore winnow Kmc of the natlv.a aay Theodor , Kv.lt .ion. got fuch a recep.i.m M ""I? '. MlnuoU: while i-"" '""'f- it. .imlanae at Wilson - - A ,w in mid ineelinga. neer ki.m'i" " 7 dnTto the extent that thouaanda of iieoplu did this lime iur 'nS: .. ,.. . a. 11.. .1 in ihe avening similarly in m. . ,,. the Republican nominee atood ", atale cnpltol and ahook handa with thouanncla of people. For two hour the ager Hepuo cans to greet Senator Harding. It reminded one of White Houae receptions of nn clent dava, when long llnea of gueala waited patiently io anano .. - dU aU mean? The writer .xm.iin miirht Imlicnte. He aid it waa the deaire of the people to greet . ... nrn.i.i.ntiMl figure. lndeel. It auggeated In ita paychology the long-live .k-Lli.... ..nilinslasm which conn a out i.oliiin where there ia a change In ruleri in other lands. ..,.1, , 1 , Win a titliA for r,lflll .irniM in n - . . V., ,,ri,l. nt .if the I nlted .1 n:nn...nia'i frrcetinir to u.r.lii wna that of a Keiiubliciin atronghold eager to aee the citadels of government commanded again by Jlepubllean aoiaiery. in.-, udlced in favor of Harding and cam- a.wy more than aatiafied with thcli tCtpyright. l!:t', by David Iwtonce.) GEORGE JAMES SPEAKS AT GRAND JUNCTION SCHOOL - - IIHAXH JCNCTION. Ti-nn.. Sept. in. iSpl.) The aes.ilon of the (irand Junction high school opened Weilnca day. There waa a large enrollment of atudrntx from throughout the county present, tieo. H. Janus, of Memphis, mHilM lh. nr.n(,,tf nililp.u. fnlliu'Mt V a short address by Ucv, McWttlcrs, of tana, Tcnn. The trachera are: M. D. Dunlap, prin cipal; .Mi n Margaret Thomaa, ljtlln and Kngliah; .Mli Lilly May Macon, huliic anciicci Airs. .v. u. Rose, seventh and eighth grades; Miaa Klllaoeill wu- clirlsi, liltli anu sixtn grains; mis. Alice Kdwards. llilnl anu fuurtn grade; Mm. M. U. Jlunlap, primary uepart mciit, Miaa Rheo tlt-nuilCKa, Cuinpucll, Tex , piano and voice. DOZEN MINES IN ALABAMA CLOSED BY LABOR FIGHT TW(ENTY PAOES TODAY. 3 cmttair The News Scimitar is first as an advertising medium with lemphis business men. They see results from their advertising expenditure, and results count. ANDERSON MAY CONTEST ELECT OF DR. LOWREY (IXKulil). Miaa., Sept. 10. tSpl ) The county commissioners of ljifayctte countv canvaaaed the returns of the vote in the primary election for the congressional nominee In the Second congressional district and the vote of the special election for circuit judge In the Third judicial district. Tho vole slo"d: Kor congress Anderson 61", Lowery CI5; for judg.-, Kaullmer 77S. Iloane :t.ri. Smith 113 tme small box la out. The Indications are. that Anderson, the apparently defeated candidate lor congress, will file some kind of protest, the nature of which ia aa yet unknown. The county commlawionera of election and the county Democratic executive committee took receaa until toduy. COUNTY FAIR TO BE HELD IN COVINGTON COVINGTON'. Tenn.. Sept TO. SPl -At a recent meeting oi , county council 01 a,r. - . ua 1. c de.l thaV u county fair would hlbited. nose ,. -" " ... 1-n.gram wl 1 be ass.s.e -. - n cnt Ot exti-ne...... ... m.rof club nessee. The .y- 7",- ,,.r,d nlannlng t" '"" - f:ms,wllrbe'a,w.1rd:na,nd?. '-. turns " t..,ira' aaaocia- .hu tho HHW1P ...v....-- : wilt Klve a handaomr. pruo 10 uiv boy who has the prize ! cDCcnvwiVY TFRRACE CLUB H0LUS Mtt MNu In the neighborhood .f . ..,,,.. , uiind the regu- nave neen uii",' '..irj. .. '., ,. .1.1.. munllllff r I 1 1 1 11 V iiikii. v. 'Z Hedy Terra,, club. to l. held in the engine nouae, I'uniu. Kaxon avenue. ji.,-1,.. u-in Mutlera 01 inieresi 10 mo ...o... be discussed. POLES TAKE 3,300 REDS IN ATTACKS WARSAW, BTt 1". By th Ao-.1-. r Th I'nltHh urmicn on a u- s.n.thAutipn frnnt llfliVprt'd It ft1- rin atf Hilt cessful attacks upon the Jlusslans yesterday and took S.300 pris nn.r. four rum and two armored train" ik MIINTINGDOpJ PASTOR GOES TO SHREVEP0RT . . I'.iiptwTid V niAnn Krnt 10 lSol.1 Rev I. B. Raullna. pastor of the p.,.1 ..hnrrh In Hunting don, has resigned his work here and aepartrd Wednesday lor n, ur"""'-; of work in Shreveport. His famll 'mi rx, . !,., itrihtr Ttnullns had Will iwiiw" .w,.. .......... - , .... i,.. f,.p ttlo over two yeara. llev. llaullna" new work 11 consist of teaching and pastoral w.irk. Rev. J. L. Morelock. of Martin, h i n.ir.. uh u Nimtilv minister for MWl ........... - - . .1 . the churcn nere lor me remaining of this conference year. Open Saturday Evenings. Hear the latest Kdlson Re-creations The Kdison Shop. 103 South Cmirt ave nue, upon Saturday evenings until ? o'clock. ft(lv DENTISTS TO MEET. PADfCAH. Kv., Sept 10. (Spl.) tVntlats of Western Kentucky are meeting at Dawson Springs In annual joint session with members of the West Central Kentucky society. The con vention will continue through Sunday. Program for the joint convention will embrace addresses by noted special ists and round table discussion. . Your Clothes No man ran afford to neRlcct hi appearance. Your clothe are an outward Indication of your character and habit. By these you are Judged. AVe make It pottslble for erery man In Memphis to wear good clothes. Buy NOW You Can Pay Later By Joining Our Suit Club All our nulta are cut right here In our own shop. Made by expert tailor to fit VOU, and you are given ample time to pay for them. Empire Tailors 224 S. Main St. Union Says 12,000 Men on Strike While Operators Place Number at 6,500. Both Sides Firm. nillMIVC.HiM A la Uoi.f 1 n ItA. porta rarly today showed a dosrn min'n III I1C A liiUnlllkl UIMI 11 I 1111 fHWU down, and many more had benn Rffect- pa oy me ycnprui mi me or t. nui-a Mine- WorkerH which went into effect Tuesday. More than 12.000 men have unit work according; to union fiftuns. The oncr- fltors say their Information Is that 6. '.lilt nrn mil Minos n Ion ir thp Warrior river have heon muMt nerloualy handicapped. The Hlopsburtr. T'ratt. Hrookslde und Bloctoti fields have also been affected, reports at union hi'adnuarters Khowintr therv h.'is been a general response to the call In tin-tin Kiviinns With Ihn rviM'i'lP.l 'it-rlvnl to. day of lr. Cetirgu H, Uenny. the chair man. Gov. Ktlby's coal commission was planninK it h first senator with nil three niembern present. Heretofore tne niret Iiirs nf the commission have been In- ormai ann erioris oi mo two meioners hero have been directed solely toward forkltiK information. The commission has no nowers. but both sidrs tn tl controversy have shown a willingness to aid it in every way. The operators Insist, however, that thev will not deal direetl v or Indirectly with the union leaders and the latter declare recogni tion of the union is the only i3ue at Mtnki While men were quitting work In nil pans oi wie coat nemn ittua.v, iiuimitMip of empty csrs were being rushed here rrom an points oi me tuinpush. in re uimnan i t UM u lllliill I ynnl Dill lliut U-Anl. ulniPliiBd Viuu aviulnil In thlu uoul Inn for some time and has been the cutise ot layoits At many mines. v,oai op . .wa un in-ill ti, toA t h i. hail nl caiiH Imported a number of men to take the ptiices ot inose. wno nan ijuii anu inai ihu, ur.til.1 i-rvhttfiiiP in rvcrilit th.ir forces to take advantage of the sudden influx of empty cars. utoii .mimI rlftn li-ru toduv rennrtnd slight advances in the price of coal to the consumer which up lo the. time of tho strike had been about $12 ft ton. Department stores madn , heavy sales of itankets, their patrons anticipating a cold winter and scarcity of fuel. EFFORTS EflO TO ITALIAN RADICAL STRIKE ARE MADE SHOEMAKER FACES K nnnpiTrrnitift Aiisnnr rHATTANOOOA, Tenn., 8ppt. 10. (Spl.) A new kind of iirof Hearing has mnio to light in Chattanooga. John Hill, a mine operator, caused the arrest of tli profiteer of a shoe repair shop for charslns 111 in I? for halraolltiK. heelinr and tutchlnv thn in nf u oair of shoes. The shoemaker expressed a willing ness to compromise and refund part of the charge, but Hill declared that he intended to prosecute the man to the full extent of the law. The case will come up for hearing next Monday and In the meantime the shoemaker Is un- uit uonu ana Dir. mil nag posipoiica a business trip to North Carolina so as to be on hand to prosecute. FORREST TJTY SCHOOLS WILL OPEN MONDAY WlOllMTrlTV 4U Sent. 10. (Sill.) Tho nnhlii. wnnnlx nf thia city will open on Monday. Sept. 20. I'ror. jacK Aicuuuougn ns i. corps of teachers associated with him and the prospects for a great school year are flattering. . . t? . .i! i ... n ' xfin. John T numr v Dun..." - , p,l-r. for the first time since me i of the war. Mr. Bryant and Mr. - bitt had lostsignt or Mr. ouuivan, TX THREE VETS MEET FIRST TIME SINCE CIVIL WAR HUNTINGDON, Tenn.. Sept. 10. (Spl.) Throe comrades In arms In the Con federate cause, Taul A. Sullivan, of Benton county; R. A. Bryant and N. B. Neabitt, of Huntingdon, met at the MILAN'. Sect. 10. Members of the ani'iuHxt sTouii In the Italian parliament- leaders of the general confederation of labor and representatives of the Fed- ...... I.... I 4.,.l ll'nrlinru Knnfnrrd hpre today with delegates sent to Milan by fhA umniu'.rH ' npui inifrv ih nnu (ilscUMslons. which occupied the entire day. seemed to reflect u desire on the ..... f ilia i.nntAnflll.ir fnri..! In brinC about a compormlse which would solve the anomalous inousiriai biiuhuuu throughout Italy. Socialist rteuuties, as wen as lenders nf ih.. I'onfeili.rallon of labor favor n middle course which may lead to an early settlement, realising the grave consequences for all that will result from a continuation of the conflict. ft ...... w.n nf t!, niMlnl wnrUfra now- ever, imposed any such move and wishes, rather, to enlarge the agitation by bringing in otner classes oi woraeis. RELIEF HELD IN ROME LABOR WAR IS NEAR END UOMK.viept. 10. Belief exists in po- I Ilea rcles that an agreement wnicn will end the conflict between Italian metal workers and their employers, re sulting in the occupation of more than 400 plants by the men during the last week, is imminent. It is pointed out that I'remier Giolltti must have sat . fn. A i v . I .um.Hu inu where hi ...in '... rt...M.Ip l I1I....U n.l nf 1,'ri.neo Will uivri iiti,,.., ....i.v.a.... ... , unci that he could not go If the situa tion in Italy was not cleared up. In a special edition the Tribuna re- Flo,.ta llita iitiiterHtnndlnir! 'Negotiations recently resumed for a olution of the metal workers' con flict." the newspaper says, "promise to result favorably. An accord seems to be near on the economic question and ucni'in- vv.ui en. , to believe differences will be overcome so that tomorrow. u ine uuesi, me dispute may be considered sttled, - ss-lt l- l- l Your Physical Condition is reflected in your face. h ii Instant M o POSTUM a BrvrsaQ Ruddy cheeks and a clear eye are generally indica tive of health. On the other hand, a sallow complexion may indicate ' that coffee is causing the indigestion, sleeplessness anaupset nerves which are responsible for your condition. Instant Postum instead of coffee will prove "There's a Season" Mad by Postum Cereal Co, Inc., Battle Creek, Mich. I Wc (lo but one tliinp have lone but one thuiR for 28 years, and that one thing is fitting glasses. We know some thing about it. A'o Drops Used in the Eyes. ten nif mrtrr nirr TO SHOP. APTEW ALL ' HtHPBlS GREATEST STORevI "Specialized Hats at a Specialized Price" Saturday-Another Important Selling of w Our Specialized $10 Hats" The hats illustrated in this advertisement-sketched by a staff artist are sufficient indication of the "striking values in tomorrow's offering. To any iasnion-iovmg woman wno intends 10 pay $10 or more for her new fall hat, we can recommend nothing better than to in spect this collection of stylish, highly specialized chapeaux. Included in This New Group Are Hits of glistening panne velvet soft effects in Lyons velvet Off the face styles, sailors, irregular shapes, chin-chin, turbans, etc. MANY WITH SCROLL VEILS ATTACHED. INOTE-Scroll veil re the latent New Yoik style sensation ) BUSINESS MAN COULD HARDLY WALK A BLOCK Became So Run-Down From Indigestion He Almost Had to Quit His .Business, says Taniac Restored His Health. ' 'I could hardly walk s. block without liavins; to stop and rest, but since tak ing Taniac I don't believe I was ever before in better health." said Stephen Merck, Superior Boulevard, Minn. "I hfl.fl H phrnnl.. .mwm nf IniliiTAallnn that had been bothering me for seven years. What I ate would always sour on my stomach and I would bloat up mm nan uiiui i simpiy naci to flRlit for breath. At night I had awful smoth ering spells, and often had to get out of bed to be able to breathe. Mv strength and energy Seemed to leave me and finally I got so weak I could hardly look after my business. ' I.T : ... 1 .1 . . ai.UAn t uiiirut-u iruill llie vci j 1110. . T stnrt.rl nn Tnnluii anH InrluV tt m as sound a jnan , physically as I ever was In -tuf life. IThe gas has stopped iormmg on my ptomacn ana i .m hu longer troubled with those awful smolli- nln .nnlln T nnn a., nnvlhlnff wllh. n B Diruoi a lui. i. m j ...... n .. out suffering any bad after effectsj I sleep souna ac nigni. ana ift;i uum. uij In every wsy. I can stay behind the counter nil day long now and never . I 1 M.U.n nll.f ,nmaa Tanloll n-t-i Liieu TTIII. IllfllV LU,,,.o. has done fine work for me and I don't believe anybody that takes It will ever Viuva i-aiiGa fnr rorrft." Taniac Is sold In Memphis by the fnlUwinff affonta' Wiirnnrk TrilET pom- pany, Weiss' rharmacy; Doyle-Turley Drug company, A. Renkert & Co., two ini' T. 11 K'iliiutrii-k. .Warlllncton Purdy. Jtoore's 4'harmacy, Taylor & Totlnf Hima atnrpia- Wn.qhhnrn -I.vle ih. UTtor until m. few months ago, thought both his old comrades wera dead. Tha three are more than 80 years old. YOU CAN MAKE A HEALTH RESORT OF YOUR HOME 1 BY USING f mAldezone The dependable deodorant, disinfectant It purifies the air and absolutely keeps all germs Away. . ; Jnstall a 50-Cent Gas Air Purifier With " Maldezone Today. Then Note Results, i Sold By All Druggists. ( Manufactured By J Maldezone Chemical Manufacturing Go. Memphis, Tenn. r' ... ...n.. . nci nniui Buiuill- I H IOF, llirfe BlUira. n nmmui n-ujit p in r.ulB ,srells. and often had to get out Drug company, C. O. Manning and I Ht of bed to be able to breathe. My Battler's Pharmacy. adv. 1 1 i sssBsMBsaBsssaBa - : ll AH w eart to Heart 1 alk ith Young Men Students and Bitf Boys You young fellows, students and especially you Big Boys, just going Into long pants, will be" interested to Ttnow there is one store in Memphis where your particular needs have been studied and provided for That's Goldsmith's. We offer you a SPECIALIZED SERVICE as a part of our Mammoth Cloth ing Department. A special section devoted exclusively to apparel for Young Men, Students and Big Boys. This section is in charge of men who know what young fellows want and have seen to it that the best merchandise and best styles are hero for your choosing in matchless assortments. We want to show you the won derful values we are offering in new Fall Clothes. Long Pants Suits at $30, $35 and $40 Some of Them Have Two Pairs of Pants There's nothing like these Young Men's Suits anywhere In Memphis at these prices They are absolutely head and shoulders above anything you 11 find else where' even at $5.00 to $10.00 more! Worth looking into, isn't it? Dependably built suits, tailAred of high-grade woolens in rich deep-toned fall colorings The snappiest snappy styles the sort of clothes that appeal to keen young fellows. Perfect fitting. Shape retaining, and many of them come with an extra pair of pants. See them TODAY! (Goldsmith's Men's Clothing Second Floor.) About Your New Fall Hat It's Easy to Choose Here There's So Many Smart Styles and Prices Are So Reasonable Hats off to the new styles in men's Fall hats they bear the stamp of supreme excellence and happy the man who selects his at Goldsmith's. There's no guesswork about STYLE no doubt about QUALITY. You're absolutely SAFE In coming to this store for your new Fall Hat. First Because, as we have stated, styles and qualities are absolutely RIGHT. Second Be cause selections are greater than elsewhere and our values are guaranteed BETTER. Let us show you YOUR new Hat today. Soft felts and derbies by the best makers in all new styles and all colors. (Men's Hat Store Main Floor.) Stetsons Borsalinos Trimbles Mallorys Crofut-Knapps And Others Advance Showing of Men's Sweaters Handsome New Fall Styles Famous "Bradley," "Pennsylvania," "Knit Right" and other well known makes of men's sweaters are ready at Goldsmith s in an al most unlimited array of liew fall styles and colorings. Jersey Ribbed, Rope and Shaker Knit in Slip-Over, Turtle Neck and Coat styles. All solid colors. Heather Mixtures and plain white. Also snappy Angora Vests. Prices range from $6.00 upward. (Main Floor.) Sale of Silk Shirts $7.95 You've paid doublo this price for shirts of equal quality and style. Better buy all you need now before the supply is depleted. Rich Crepe de Chines, Broadoloths and Silk Jerrys in a big variety of stunning Ktrino effects: also, plain white. All sizes from 14 to 17, at $7.9o each. ENGLISH SPORT SOCKS $2.00 The season's newest novelty imported wool half hone for men be sure to see them. They come in prettv heather mixtures and plain white. All sizes; $2.00 a pair. "FASHIONKNIT" NECKWEAR "Fashionknit" is the acme of 'style and perfection in Men's Knit Neckwear. Distinctive and exclusive styles and colorings. There's nothing else like them; $3.00, $5.00 and $fi.00 each. (Main Floor.) The Snappiest Shoe in Shoedom The Victory at $15 a pr. It's a Wonder Value The VICTORY is a shoe that will appeal strongly to young fellows who are keen for style and quality. A real snappy, extreme narrow toe English Shoe that fits like a glove and wears like a pU's nose. Comes in medium dark brown-Calfskin. Try a pair, you'll like them, $la.00 a pair; 60c extra for war tax. (Main Floor.) I I? I It fry m icy I It &5 i 1 (0 So.