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FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 17, 1929. THE NEWS SCIMITAR. PAGE NINE. liBOYSl L UDGE STOCK AT TRl-STATE FAIR , Ten Teams of Three Members Conn ti rnmnnrii fnr rioh Prizes Meet Is First in Hktnri nf tho Fair i IIIULWIW U I till. I Ull I Farm boyi from Tennessee. Arkansas '; history of the Trl-State fair will have in active pari in me Mempnis exposi . tton this year. Ten teams of three boys each from the three states will be guests of the fair, and will compete in block juuKiug vuniema arntiisuu es pecially for them. Handsome cash pre miums to the winning teams and the Hrtnning individual boys will be awarded by the fair officials. The teams will be selected by the farm agents of various counties. The ' bir deleeatlon will come to Memphis on Tuesday, Sept. 28, and will register at a camp nradquarters on tne grounds. All of Tuesday nd Wednesday will be devoted to showing the lads about the fair and giving them a good time. Their judging competition will take place on t Thursday afternoon nnd Frldav morn 7 ing. aner pracuce lungine on j nursuay f tiay morning. xney win Drean camp Oct. 2, the last day of the fair. 4- ; . The youthful farmers will judge In four rings, passing on quality ana piac ing the animals In the order of their Individuality. In the beef cattle they will judge Shorthorns, Herefords and . Angus: In dairy cattle the Holstclns, f Jerseys and Guernseys: In swine the Toland Chinas, Durocs, Hampshires and Berksnlres. and in sheen the South- , , downs and Shropshire. Each of the rings will be composed of four animals . of the same sex and near the same age. The animals will be picked from the : many herds of fine stock which will bo exhibited during tne lair. ; Cash Prizes. , : Prizes on Judging -will be on an av ii i eraite of scoring all classes. The high est standing team or all tnree states will get a cash premium of $15, with $12 for second, $10 for third, $7 for fourth, and $5 for fifth place. The highest standing team of each Bfate will get $10 cash. The boy stand Ine highest in scorlnir in each state con tingent will get $7, second $5 and third JH. By the arrangement It will be pos sible for a team to win $25 in cash and each Individual of the team to win $7, $5 or $3. so that some of the lads may get $10 or $12 in addition to the visit to tne rair ana me experience in juug-Ine. In the recent Arkansas state contests B of tne farm boys displayed great fity to pick tne best in pure-Drea k. A team of four lads will repre Arkansas at a big judging contest Atlanta this; fall, and tne Doys in l fy appear in (the Tri-State fair con tie judging meet this year Is the first but plans already have been made ave It an annual feature tor young lunners. the one next year to be con iierablv larsrer than the one this year. Bovs and eirls from Shelby county By t mire in otner special events a lb fair. There will be competition be Rseen the ni club boys and between thp calf club boys. Both boys and girls Mil fleure In the poultry club contests, MAslde from these contests, there will M a oovs corn ciun exmoii represent Me all three states, with good preml ttftns for the winners. The youngsters Wiowise will future In some of the com unltv club displays and demonstra ins in the old government building me feature will be a manual training op running in full tilt, and canning d sewing demonstrations ny gura. Sjusserand decorated. PARIS. Sent. 17. Jean Jules Jusser nd, French ambassador to the United fates, has been awarded the decora- lion of the grand crows of the Ixglon If Honor, it Is announced in a decree llated Sept. e, made ptiouc Toaay. ndians Don't Kill You Every Morning Bef ore Breakfast Cheyenne. Wvnmine. Is rominr alonr In a way that Is very gratifying to loyal esidents," announced O. R. Wilkins. merchant of that place, at present stop ping at the Hotel Chlsca. "It is amus ing," he continued, "to hear the com ments of Kastern and Southern people. They want to" know If we are in danger from Indians and if the stage coach Is often robbed any more. "The Union Pacific goes through uneyenne and Its equipment Is all that couia De aesirea anywnere. we nave wide, well-paved streets, a beautiful park and a capitol building that la one or tne anost oeautirui in tne country. Our people are conservative and law- abiding: the serpent of bolshevism has ever raised Its head there and never .Mil. There are many Southern peo ple In Cheyenne and they make some of our best citizens. Our greatest time Is In the fall when the rodeo Is held. Then we have visi tors from all parts of the world. We still look back to the time when Roose velt visited us. He was greatly ad. mired and universally beloved through' out all wvomltif ana everv man. re gardless of politics, felt as though he had lost a personal friend when tnat great man passed on." COTTON BELT CHANGES ' SCHEDULE OF TRAINS J i. Mr M 'it A.-ki:rj-l;iU BROKEN LENSES Will not cause you much in convenience If you send some of the piecea to us. We give broken lena work "the righ-of-way" and deliver new lenses quickly without a prescription. Optical Department. MULFORD JEWELRY CO. 0 SOUTH MAIN ST. Memphis, Term. PART OF LETTER MAY HELP SOLVE RESERVE GOVERNOR URGES OPEN MARKET m i i i Sees Disaster of Credit Given to Boost Prices. T EXAS MYSTERY PJIN'B BLUFF. Sent. 17. (Spl.) The new schedules for the trains on the Cotton Belt railway effective next Sun day have been announced as follows: Trains 1 and 2 operated between St. Louis and Pine Bluff will be changed to numbers 5 and 6, In operation be tween Memphis and Texas points. Train 4 will leave here at 1:50 a:m: and arrive at Memphis 7:25. a.m., and train 3 will leave Mempnis at s:o5 as neretorore and arrive here at 2:30 a.m. and reach Texarkana at 8.10 a.m., fir teen minutes later than the present scneauie. Train B will leave St. Louis at 8 P.m. and arrive at Pine Bluff at 12:25 cm. Keturning as train e leaving nere at 3:20 p.m. and reaching St. Louts at 7:29 a.m. Train 2 which nov leaves Pine Bluff at 1:30 p.m. will leave Pine Bluff at 2.10 p.m. and reach Memphis at 7:25 p.m., Instead of 6:45 p.m. Train 1 the re turning train will leave Memphis at ii.iu a.m. instead or 10:55 a.m. and ar rive here at 4:39 p.m. instead of 4:05 p.m. The Althelmer branch train leavtnar Little Rock now at 6:30 p.m. and arriv ing nere at f:4u p.m. win under tne new schedule leave North Little Rock at 8 p.m. and reach here at 10:35. The other branch trains will remain un changed. 1 he Gillette branch train leaving Gillette will arrive at Stuttgart at 9:03 a.m. and wait until the arrival of train D from St. Louis. The return ntr train will leave Stuttgart at 6:33 and arrive at-DeWitt at 7:50 and Gillette at 8:30 p.m. A fragment of a letter may aolve the mysterious disappearance or a. v. Handly. aged Texan, wno nas missing since Aug. 28 and who was last heard from in Memphis. Police Fri day were awaiting the arrival of this letter, written by Handly to a sister in Tuneln MiSS. V ,.n,..hi.i discounted tho t-OUUO nv.i.v theorv of foul play as Handly was said to have had no great amount of money or valuables on hla person, nanu,, left his home in Rhome. Tex., on Aug. h- hpd a. through ticket to Tupelo, where he intended to visit his stater .,ti. McMullen. He arrived here IB lul"v l l jo Vivurai Inter. nn Sent 11 Mrs. McMullen received On Sep, ii " vlhl. nd Dear- a letter wrnu -- -fc d that Kl Handly. arrived in Mom- phis plaint in detail ""eived elVs'to be on the lookout for ThoVdSd Friday that It was worked between there and Memphis for some time. , . R. ot age The rn.ss.ns .-" public schools In Rhome. He is said by his son to walk slightly stooped as a re- ltt;t Of partial paraijo... CLETVEL.VXD, O.. Sept. 17. Consum ers of foodstuffs must be prepared to ray prices that include reasonable prof Its and farmers must continue a policy of securing full production and moderate prices if the nation is to work its way out of the present economic dilemma, W. P. O. Harding, governor of the fed eral reserve board, said last night In an address here. Discussing the function of the fed- eral reserve system. Mr. Harding de clared Its credit n sources should be available to the extent necessary for moving crops, but that use of Its credits for holding crops off markets and ad vancing prices would brlnr e.-onoml.. disaster. One of the greatest needs of tha n. tion.' Mr. Harding said, "is an open narket whers the old law of sunnlv ann demand la given free play." Urging greater production, the re. fcerve board governor asserted that while uecrrasea output and high prices would ucnrm me rarmer, tne masses of the people would be better served with the alternative. He argued that In these days of readjustment the Interests of all must be considered. Ulscusslnir credit condition. hrn.,.h out the country, Mr. Hardlne said inrtl. r' ... no cn)urre gave rise to new ...'io mm me transition, although slow 'was progressing quietly.'" Newest Dependable Merchandise Always NEGLIGENCE CHARGED. SHKKVKPORT. La., :l.pt. 17 Charg iiiT that lack of attention caused the death Wednesday st the Charity hos pital of Bryan Carter, alias Jack Gor don, alleged operator of a moonshine still. V. ti. Kills, acting coroner, has 3. FREE DELIVERY SPECIALS FOR FRIDAY AND SATURDAY IRISH POTATOES, Fancy Burbanks, 40c pk. PICNIC HAMS, Smoked Daily, 25c Pound SWEET POTATOES, Nancy Halls, 5c Pound Rolled Oats, Real Fresh, 8c Pound A.&P. Evaporated Milk, Tall Can 13c U Shredded Wheat 14c Package SULTANA Brand Coffee, 50c Pound I0NA Coffee 45c Pound The Best To Be Had in Coffee. A.&P. ELGIN CREAMERY BUTTER, 65c Pound Best at Any Price The Great Atlantic & Pacific Tea Co. Phones 49-5500. Main. FREE DELIVERY forwarded a letter to the trlct attorney In which h "evident that the patient to bleed to death." Carte assistant dis- stated lhal as allowed r wan Bliot In the leg hy a deputy sheriff when h attempted 1o esear after his still had been rzidrd. He died five hours after being taken to the hospital. ATCHES Watches from th leading American manufacturers, in gold, gold-filled or platinum la all the popular sizes and shapes, either plain for monogram or in exclusive designs. A varied assortment from which your selection may be easily made. Mi Graves-Dix Incorporated OOT r AVM SILVERSMITHS f I A M 0 X ' II K I IC 1 1 A NT S I I NORTH MAIN ST. ' II Music Tonight At Fortune's New Soda Room. De llcious sodas, sandwiches and good music. Fortune's, Inc., 1070 Union Avenue. , adv. ARRANGE PLANS FOR GORNER STONE LAYING Details for the laying of the corner stone of the Shelby County Tuberculo sis hospital, at HoDevllla. will he ar ranged by the corner stone committee nf tne Mempnis Lions' club, at a meeting to be held Fridav at the rhnmhor nt Commerce, accordins to an announce ment Dy w. u. Cleveland, chairman of tne Duuaing committee or the club. The actual laying of the ocrner stone will take plane on Sunday afternoon. Oct. 3. the following members of the committee taking part in the ceremo nies: J. K. Holmes, K. S. Murphy, R. Mouter, v. ii. Simpson, u. k. Steuwer. w. A. vvoodmansoe, R. H. Anderson J. J. Hobson, S. O. Hodges. H. J. M Jorgensen, P. M. Birmingham and the cnairman, w, a. Cleveland. Meet Me at Warnock's For Saturday You will find an excellent menu of the season's rarest delicacies. Every ingredient used in Warnock's drinks are the purest. Warnock's Pure Cream Ice Cream is without a peer. Warnock's is an ideal place for appointment with your friends cen trally located cool and convenient. The Drug Store Supreme WARNOCK'S Gayoso Hotel Fountain Advance Fall Styles At Low Prices For Saturday HURT ALL OVER COULDN'T SLEEP . Suffered So Much and So Longf, Indiana Lady Became ' Discouraged, and at Times Cared Little To Live. Leavenworth, Ind. Mis. Hannah Peru, of this town, writes: "About six years ago I began the use of Cardul for female weakness. I suffered such fearful fcearing-down pains at . . . It seemed like something was just lrssini mi th lop of fur head and it fcurnc4 i fire. I was lnec4 ft ner vous wick. 'For four years I Couldn't do my housework;. I was In bed most of the time. ... I got so discouraged, and lit times I wanted to die, I was in fo much pain. At times I hurt all over. ... At night I was restless and could not sleep. I had no appetite. In fact was a misery to myself and everyone else. "I continued in this condition until finally I began Cordui . . . Took Cardul regularly until I took a number of bottles. H cured me. 1 cannot say Ino much for thiB treatment, and highly hcommend it to others." For more than forty years rardni has proven beneficial to suffering women. Your druggist sells it Try it. adv. values. 10-inch Boots,' with turn or welt soles, cov ered heels. Black uSedc. Black Fid. Brown Kid, Taupe Kid $9 Brogue Oxfords Tan ad Black, $(1.80 Cash Mail Orders rromptly Filled. Satin Ties, Black and Brown $14 val. $7.80 Sample Boot Shop TO WOMEN 2 Who Love Silver XWjJVtl HoiMrs J Artists create the beau tiful patterns that grace the knives, forks and spoons from the house of. Holmes & Edwards. Master craftsmen give you Holmes & Edwards Silver in two forms: Super-Plate with extra protection at all exposed places, and Silver-Inlaid, with blocks of solid sil ver set in at places where most wear is. Bailer's will be pleased to show you these charm ing new patterns. Walking Boots $14.00 values, in black and brown, $4 Spats Taupe an brown, $1 .95 x Cor. Main and Jeffor,, BLOUSES TB UlHRSES CO. Ve Always Invite Comparisons in the new suit shades. A wide variety, styled and priced the usual Lan dres way. 88 S. MAIN St .MEMPHIS, TENN NEW SKIRTS Make it a point to see the new plaid pleated skirts. They are new arrivals. FOR SATURDAY- NEW FALL SUITS And Dresses At Prices Only Made Possible By Mammoth Buying Power! Linked with thirty-nine other women's ready-to-wear stores, with an expe rienced buyer constantly on the job in New York City we are always able to secure the newest merchandise at prices which enable us to pass them alongHo our customers at a genuine saving. When we say "Come See Compare" we are not just boasting. We mean it, because we do not believe you can duplicate Landres values elsewhere. The continual effort of our organization is to link style, dependability and reasonable prices. -tJT- . ; SUITS These suits offered for Saturday's selling are SAMPLE SUITS. They were made up by repre sentative manufacturers as representative of their merchandise. Through a fortunate purchase we bought them at a price that enables us to offer them to the women of Memphis at 40 reduction. They are perfectly tailored and faultlessly styled, in velours, tricotines, broadcloths, tinseltoues, ve lour de laine and silvertones. Sonic are fur trimmed and some are self trimmed. Only in sizes 16, 18 and 36. DRESSES Dresses along the lines decreed for fall in a wide variety of the newest fabrics will be 'featured on our second floor for . Saturday. At this price you will find a full assortment to choose from in all sizes. We know that the price will demon strate to every discerning woman the correctness of our statement that Landres prices will always stand comparisons. You arc especially invited to inspect this offering of dresses, for we feel assured that an inspection will convince you that they arc exceptional values, even in this "value store." 14 mi One ot 39 Stores Linked Together to Demand Full Values for Their Customers! 4 MILLINERY i;v' 4 NEWEST INTERPRETATIONS OF FALL FASHIONS AT A PRICE THAT DEFIES ALL COMPARISONS wfjSrN t'1's l,ri('c 'or Saturday r arc lcatiiniij; a com Mete line ot now fall . hats, hand-made of L'annc and Lyons velvet, trimmcii m ostrich, vvins, oiirnt goose, grosgrain fihhon and some with beautiful embroidery effects. They arc in brown, copper, copen, jade, nile, in fact, all the wanted fall shades, including black. The price opiotcd is really not indicative of the beauty and desir ability of the hats. Thev must be seen to bo appreciated. An in speetion will absolutely prove the price startlingly low. A Price Made Possible By Buying Power and Constant Personal Touch With Manufacturers . COMK AND COM PARI:!. THE LI11 88 S.MA1N ST. MEMPHIS. TENN, CO?