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THE NEWS SCIMITAR. FAGS THKE. D'ANNUNZIO SUMMONS "QUAMRO" ASSEMBLY French Officials Deny Giving: News Hastening: Action, tiONDON, Sept -10. Capt. Gahrlele ifl'Annunilo, who yesterday proclaimed the "Italian republic of Quarnero." has summoned a constituent assembly to meet lr. six weeks, says a Milan dis patch to the London Times. The D'An nunilan troops have taken the oath of fealty to the new republic, it is said. PARIS. Sept. 10. (By the Associated Press.) The French foreign office was informed by the Associated Press . of Gabriels d'Anmjnzto's remark to effect that ha had heard private news from Paris, which caused him to proclaim the independence of Flume yesterday Instead of Sept. 12. It was said- the news certainly did not come from the , foreign office, and the opinion was ad i Vanced there that D'Annunzio wax un- der the impression that the fate of Flume would be settled at the meeting or M. Mlllerand and Signor Giolitti, re spectively the French and Italian pre miers, at Aix-les-Bainea, Sunday, and that he desired to place before both premiers an accomplished fact. "Will the Fiume question be dis missed by M. Mlllerand and Signor Giolitti?" i was asked of a foreign of fice official. i "Most assuredly," was the reply. EARL DENIES REPORT OF POLICY DISAGREEMENT PARIS. Sept. 10. Reports that the resignation of the earl of Derby as British ambassador to France was caused by a disagreement with the TtrtMsh Bnvpmmpnt over the policy to be followed in Russia were denied by the retiring ambassador last night. He declared to the Associated Press that last spring he had requested the Brit ish government to relieve him before the end of the year, owing to his desire to resume nis activities in .cngianu, i SENATOBIA ELECTS. J SENATOBIA, Miss., Sept. 10. (Spl.) j At the town election held here the fol a lowing were chosen to direct the affairs of Renatobla for next two years, be- 1 ginning Jan. 1, 1921: J. C. Veasy. may ? or; P. B. Pounders, marshal (re-elect- . - J .1 rr T C rrr Uamil Tnh Tl - ' son, Griff Calllcott, A. lu McCormick ana J. . Moieu, aiaermen ATTEMPT BABY SHOW. The baby show scheduled to be held at Bickford park last week was to be attempted again Friday at 2 o'clock, ac cording to announcement made late Thursday. Rain has interfered with tlie baby show on two previous occa sions. BULL BRINGS $93,600. TJfTRVriS aibi?;3 Runt. 10 The South American record price for pedigreea cattle was broken yesterday when the Hereford bull that won the grand cham iiinnshin at the international stock show hre was sold for 193,600. The bull was bred in Argentina. CRANE IMPROVES. I uu.Tnv. Mass.. SeDt. 10. The lm- provement In the eonditlon of former 1 Senator W. Murray Crane, which was f reported yesterday, continued today. Mr. Crane has been confined to his bed since lasti Saturday with a serious at v tack of heart disease. 1 1 Organ Of British Labor Admits It ' Has Soviet Gold LONDON. Sent, io. Admission was made this morning by the Herald, organ or lanor, mat it naa in us possession 76.000 of VBolshevIk gold." the news paper stating the money la being held pending a decision by the sharholdera as to whether it should be used. The opinion of readers as to the acceptance of the money is asked by the newspa per, which publishes tne admission on Its first page, under glaring headlines. Tne newspaper reiers io ine soviet funds as "a magnificent demonstra tion of real working class solidarity and of what Russians mean by internation alism." r ."To accept It," says the Herald, "will be to complete a notable episode in International socialism. The Increasing cost of production and the political shyness of advertisers makes It neces sary for us at once to double the price of this paper if this money is not ac cepted." ' Open Saturday Evenings. Hear the latest Edison Re-i-retlnnK The Edison Shop, 10S South Court ave nue. Open Saturday evenings until 9 o'clock. , adv CHILE-PERU DISPUTE REPORTED SETTLED 6,000,000 Pounds Sterling to Be Paid for Provinces. BUENOS 'AIRES, Sept. 10. Final settlement of Tacna-Arlca question, which has been regarded as the most serious menace to South American peace, through the payment by Chile to Peru of (,000.000. haa been virtually agreed upon according to a dispatch today to La Nacion, from Santiago, quoting financial and diplomatic sources. Peru agreed to renounce her rights to the provinces of Tacna and Arlca. . The message declares that after the Bolivian revolution, which resulted In mobilization of the armies of Chile and Peru and threatened hostilities be tween the two countries, President Wil son suggested a conlerence of represen tatives of both nations, offering the use of the gunboat Tacoma, which was in the bay of Callao, for the conduct ing of the negotiations. On acceptance of this proposition by Peru1, continues the dispatch, Chile sent Dr. Puga Borne, who when Chilean minister of foreign affairs, had tried to effect a settlement, to meet the Peruvian delegates. ANOTHER BOSTON TRUST COMPANY IS CLOSED BOSTON, Sept, lO.-The Prudential Trust company of this city, with ' a capital of (200,000, waa taken over by Bank Commissioner Joseph C. Allen today. The troubles of the bank are not con nected in any way with those of other banking institutions recently closed by him, the commissioner said. Bank Commissioner- Allen formally announced only that "under the author ity vested In me by law, I hereDy taae Dosaesslon of the affairs and business of the Prudential Trust company." Sub sequently, he said, the bank had been subject to steady withdrawal of de posits Tor some time. "Their loans are not in good con dition, and Include many bond and slow loans, ne aoaeg. FILES ATTACHMENT. A bill of attachment waa filed in the federkl court late Thursday by C. H. El llotte, administrator of the estate of Sam Whiteside, deceased, against the Norfolk Western Railway company, asking 2S,00 Oalleged damages which resulted In th edeath of Whiteside. Sept 24, 1917, while discharging his proper duties In the employ of the rauroaa. TOM WATSON HOLDS LEAD FOR SENATOR Hardwick Close to Nomination for Georgia Governor. ATLANTA. Ga., Sept. 10 On the face of almost complete unofficial re turns from Wednesday' r primary, Thomas E. Watson continued to maintain his majority over the threo other candidates for the nomination to the United States senate from Georgia, according to returns compiled early to day by Atlanta Constitution. Returns on the gubernatorial race, more nearly complete than those In the senatorial contest, continued to Indicate a run-off between former United States Senator Hardwick and Clifford Walker. Neither obtained a majority, according New of Rivers River Bulletin. Memphis, Term., Sept. 10, mooa Stage. Pittsburgh, Pa 22 Parkersburg, W. Va. Ss Cincinnati, 0 60 Ixuisvlllo, Ky. ..... 18 Kvansvllle, Ind 35 Nashville, Tern. ... 40 Chattanooga, Tenn.. 33 Johnsonvllle, Tenn.. 31 Paducah, Ky 43 Davenport, la 16 Omaha, Neb 19 Kansas City, Mo.,.. 22 Si, Louis, Mo 30 Cairo, 111 45 Now Madrid, Mo. .. 34 MKMPH1S 35 Helena, Ark 42 Fort Smith, Ark. ... 22 Kittle Rock. Ark. .. 23 Vicksburg, Miss. ... 45 Siireveport. La 29 New Orleans, La.... 18 IUae. Fall. 1920. Raln- Hgt. Chg. fall. 6.3 0.5 1.50 10.5 1.0 1.48 12.2 2.2 .lb 9.1 -T-0.4 .00 10.7 "0.4 .00 8.8 0.1 .03 10.6 0.7 .82 8.2 0.9 9.3 0.0 2.5 0.1 8.0 '1.9 9.0 4).6 7.2 0.0 16.8 0.2 11.8 0.5 12.6 0.2 16.0 0.1 11.2 0.7 9.7 0.8 18.6 0.2 11.7 0.6 6.2 0.3 .30 .OS .02 .02 .00 .00 .04 .04 1.10 1.4S .00 .00 .(10 .00 ,ou RIVER FORECAST. ' The Mississippi will fall in this lict for several days. lis The steamer Harry Lee cleared the loeal harbor Friday for Helena and Friar Point. She had a good cargo of freight. "The steamer Eclipse departed Friday morning for Caruthersville and way landings as the regular packed boat on that run. Captain James Wolf will be In com mand of the Hteamer Whisper when she clears this port Tuesday for Luxora. She has been undergoing repairs in dry-dock and the riin will be the first tor this fall. . The federal towhoat Nokomis Is In dry-dock at this time undergoing re pairs to her machinery. The Ossining is in the local port Fri day but will clear on her regular run to Osceola Friday afternoon. The. steamer tdlewild is undergoing repairs at this time and will be unable to clear on her regular run until Tues day. A new through service has been es tablished by the Lee lino to Clarksdale via Friar Point. Trucks are being used for trannfering freight from Friar Point to Clarksdale. 3a IlH-101 Eel INDIGESTION , In m fwralaf font, dry en j Inata, or with vichy or watsf. kot or cold, prtftrably hot. QUICK RELIEF! PRICE, 25.50.751 ALSO IN TABLET FORM ' HAD! Ut SCOTT SOWKI MAKERS OF SCOTT'S EMULSIOfJ 15s To Discard Freckles, Tan, Pimples, Wrinkles It is said that creams containing ani mal grease cause hair to grow. You run no risk of acquiring superfluous hair from using ordinary mercollzed wax. There is nothing better for a discolored skin, as the wax actually absorbs the offensive cuticle. The atter Is naturally replaced by a clear, smooth, healthy complexion, full of life and expression. It's the sensible wav to discard a freckled, tanned, over red, blotchy or pimpled skin. Get an Dunce of mercolised wax at any drug gist's and apply nightly like cold cream, erasing In the morning with soap and Water. Soon you will observe a mosi remarkable transformation. The ideal wrinkle remover ii made by flissolvtng an ounce of pure powdered axollte In a half pint of witf haxel Bathing the face in the solution brings tlmost invnediate results. adv. FLOYD'S C 52 FOR- olembia Graf onolas 1 a CASH DOWN WEEKS S Delivers a Graf onola To Your Home GRAFONOLAS PRICED In Our Stock $140i2, 150i2, 16588, 225M Select Your GRAFONOLA Today While Our Stock Is Complete We Accept Liberty Bonds in Payment Why Not TRADE YOUR OLD PIANO ON A GRAFONOLA? We Will Allow You All It Is Worth In Trade Phone Main 4306 We Will Send Our Salesman , Out Columbia Records We Prepay Postage On Mail Orders Orders Filled Same Day They Reach Us THE MID-MONTH RECORDS ON 6ALE SEPT. .10 MARION HARRIS' SECOND SENSATIONAL RECORD OH JUDGE (HE TREATS ME MEAN) HE DONE ME WRONG FRANK CRUMIT, IN "JAZZ" AND DIXIE" SONGS DON'T TAKE AWAY THOSE BLUES GOOD-BYE, DIXIE, GOOD-BYE Marlon Harris ( Marlon Harris j jONGS Frank Crumlt ( Frank Crumlt J TWO GREAT HITS BY VAN AND SCHRNCK ") AFTER YOU GET WHAT YOU WANT YOU DON'T WANT IT Van and Sehenck YOU TELL 'EM Van and Sehenck j HARRY FOX SINGS SONGS IN DEMAND I'D LIKE TO FALL ASLEEP AND WAKE UP IN MY MAMMY'S ARMS Harry Fox ROCK-A-BYE LULLABY MAMMY Harry Fox DANCE RECORDS A2MS 10-inch $1.00 A85 10-Inch $1.00 . A2966 10-lneh 11.00 A29M 10-Inch 11.00 ,IN SWEET SEPTEMBER Fox-trot. Intro. "Jean" SWEET SUGAR BABE Fox-trot. MANYANA Fox-trot. HAPPY Medley One-step. Intro. "Say Yes." Paul Bless Trio Paul Blesa Trio) Prince's Dance Orchestral Prince's Danes Orchestra I A2959 10-Inch $1.00 A2963 10-Inch $1.00 PRETTY LITTLE CINDERELLA Waltz. Intro. "I'm a Dreamer That's Chaslngl Bubbles" Prince's Orchestra PICKANINNY BLUES Waltz Prince's Orchestra) A6162 12-Inch $1.2 Floyd Piano. Co. 126 MONROE AVENUE. The House of Pleasant Dealings MEMPHIS. FIX) YD PIANO COMPANY, Memphis, Tenn.: Send me further Information regarding Grafonolas; also your record catalogue. Name Addresh Town to these figures, but Harrtwlck's posi tion was surh that a few chances would nominate him. In the senatorial race the Constitu tion's return cave Watson 2JJ county inlt votes, or well over a majority; Oov. Dorsey 110. Henator Hoke Smith H and John R. Cooper none. For a-overnor these fiirurea Indicated Hardwick lHJ. or six votes short of nomination; Walker 178. John N, Holder 22 and W. R. Brown none. Walson and Hardwick. who co-operated In their campaign, were opponents of many of the Wilson administration and of the league of nations. In the congressional races, however, league advocates appeared to have won, for almost all the eight congressmen who had opposition were known to favor the league and Indication today continued to point to renomlnatlnn of all of them, in the Fifth, Tenth and other districts antlleague candidates were defeated. ROAD SEEKS TO ABANDON LINE IN MISSISSIPPI WASHINGTON. Sept. 10 The Ala bama A Mississippi railroad company today applied to the Interstate com merce commission for prmiafiion to ahandon its line between Vinegar llend. Ala., and Leaksville. Miss., then via Kvanston and Moss I'oint to Tascagoula, Miss. The petition declare the line specified haa been operated at a heavy loss since 191. THIEF REMOVES LIGHTS. Itnb'rt K Chambers. 153(1 Forrest avenue, Friday planned to do all his riding In daytime. Police, the ajto owner figured, might nbt like It If he drove his car at night for the machine had no headlights A thief removed the lights Thursdsy nicht while Boherts was sealed at the dinner table. Night Captain Conny Hough beard the complaint. Read News Scimitar Wants. RAINS HALT REDS. f CONST AKT1NOPLK. Kept. 10. Rus. Ian Holnhevik forces are being etoncen trsbed to matte a desimrate effort o ni:arture Kokova, an important town on the eoinh ln of the J Dnieper rtarer, 4S mtlee above Kherson, before the tuil rains dtiepen the mud and xn&k -campaign Impossible. . MAIL PLANE HOPS OFF. CHEYKNNE. Wyo.. Sept. 10 The transcontinental mail plane itikAed f i v m nrrrv &-hirh lnnried bene early last night, hopped off at ;clck this mornlnr lor the West. wHh Rock j Barings aa, the first stomilng place.. CANCELLATION PUT OTF. WASHINGTON. BOpt. 10. The 1n- tmittr commerce onrmvtlsiton oday . suapended from Hepi. lt io Jan. , t ',.nnr.llatlrm nf rates rn Con- - aectioa with the Gulf, Mobile ft Narth- ra railroad. i MS .1' MtttPttiS ) Interesting news of Autumn "apparel interesting from a point of selection which carries with them assurance of a long and enduring vogue, as well as from a value-giving standpoint ; Two groups at specially low pricings in J Women's home apparel A great reduction in price on Wool sweaters Women will "welcome for cool mornings ' This is a collection of sweat ers of fine woolen yarns, in the popular tuxedo models and coat styles, in the fa vored solid shades. Sweaters that sold formerly for $20.00, and reduced be cause they were bought at a concession to choice $10 Fourth floor. -featuring smartness and style value most interesting Women's $10 gingham dresses, 'd f- AO attractive styles; choice, 40VO Beautiful effects in attractive plaid patterns and solid shades in models featuring the latr, est style trend, many organdie and Swiss trimmed. f Women's $3 Bungalow Aprons, d Q Q of fine percale, for & 1 V O showing smart models, the better for home wear, well made of fine percale in striped and fancy patterns, excellent colorings. Houseicear garments fourth floor. Smart skirts 1 such as will be in every woman's . autumn wardrobe There may be several if chosen here and each one "different," "out of the common" and very smart, indeed. There are skirts of black and navy blue serges, of wool plaids and stripes in the beautiful new colorings, includ ing the two-toned effects, wool mix tures and then skirts of silk faille. Models show pleats of all kinds box pleats, knife pleats, accordion pleats in fact not a want in skirts which fol lows autumn's newest lines, but is here and prices are reasonable considering the high character, ranging from $17.50 t0 $35 Women's apparel store second floor. A specially prepared group for tomorrow's selling of New silk blouses that give a distinctive air to the costume 3 Blouses that are smart and show a refinement women of discrimination will always select in their blouses. Ex cellent grades of georgette crepe and crepe de chine are the fabrics and both light and dark shades, including black and white as well as flesh may be chosen. Models range from the daintily trim med effects to the plain tailored styles and choice of entire collections for $5.00 Blouse store second floor. The corset store announces a special selling of New topless corsets in both back and front lace models This exceptional value in the corsets so pop ular for wear with the new autumn outer ap parel comes just in time for choice before the purchase of the costume; Of fine brocades in topless models with elastic across topt front and back lace and heavy hose supporters; You will find included, too, pink satin corsets with low bust, all most unusual values for $4.00 Corset store second floor. For the man who is particular here is an opportunity most advantageous in Men's $3.50 cotton shirts at $2.25 Penangs and madras new patterns A most attractive assortment of beautiful striped patterns that range from the very conservative to the smart, new, brilliant effects, many of the patterns not found in shirts sold elsewhere. 1 These shirts are cut right, made right and tailored' right, so the result, certain in advance of winning the favor of men who like the best and being a special purchase at concessionsgive the above price.