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fHE NEWS 'SCIMITAR PAGE TWELVE. FRIDAY, NOVEMKR S, 120. v 1HI BANKERS flU NEW ORLEANS 0 TALK COTION feting Will Take Up Plans I of American Bankers' Asso I ciation to Form Cotton Ex 1 Dort Cornoration. I" Dwight M. Armstrong, vice-presi dent of tho Comnnrci.ii Trust ami jpavlngs bank, and J. linmsay Benu- harop. vice-president of tho Union nd Planters' BanK and Tnxi rail- any, will leave Friday niht for Ww rlans to attend a meeting of South rn bankers to discuss plans for tho unchlnc of a Southern corporation handle export cotton. g Enough encouragement has come o leaders of the plan to warrant the telief on their part that the i-urpora-ion can he put through in Bhort or Mer,. according to Mr. Armstrong, who ifs a member of tho committee of southern bankers appointed by tho American Hankers' association to :4ake the matter uo in the South. The New Orleans Clearing Ilousa association has approved the plan. 3teports from Atlanta, while not stut jjns definitely that the clearing house ((Usociatlon has indorsed tho plan, are . favorable as to lead to the belief hat the indorsement luis been given, mr, if not. tint banking fraternity of Atlanta is solidly behind the plan. The Memphis Clearing House asso ciation has not indorsed the plan, al though this indorsement may como feter. Meanwhile, the Memphis Cot 4ton exchange, representing the cot- .on interests of the Memphis tradu tjjSistrlct, has adopted resolutions up airovin the plan and pledging tho If upport of Its members to the corpor ation, "Should definite plans be udopt 3hl and the corporation actually chart-red. It is probable that many cot on men will attend he New Orleans client! nt,'. i Tho New Orleans meeting will tliava nothing but tentative plans to ffco upon. However, they will have Sfor their guidance the provisions of Stho Kdge act. which is a part of the federal reserve act. This act pre scribes conditions and methods un S0er which such corporations may be Organized and operated. In any case. Sjho corporation will bo subject to Jrerve board. 3 This feature, according to Mr. Arm strong; will safeguard Investments In fj lie concern. Insofar as it will guar ' jfiiitee strict compliance with the law Ifind will insure a buslness-liko ad rtiiinistration of tho affairs of the from pa ny. jt Hunkers from all over the South re expected to bo in attendance at hp meeting. jir. Armstrong had : personal assurance that four, and Tnaybe six. wouldfco from Mississippi, Jnil reports from other cotton-grow-Jng states indicate that the entire Jot ton belt will be well represented, t If plans discussed are adopted. It JL probable that immediate applica tion for a charter will be made., Af jer that, the time it will take to act &'2!iT.'!'tudown work in extending 2!! 1,8..ttbro?d and thu helping out ?n 8lia'n will depend upo.; f he matter of finances. TB. " '' I SUCCEEDS MACSWINEY ytJEXZ10 10 '"e tat. TerencelL" EDUCATORS TO MEET AT STATE NORMAL SCHOOL Dr. A. A. Kincannon, president of the West Tennessee Normal school, is preparing for an educational con ference at the school ut a date yet to be announced. The conference probably will take place shortly after the Thanksgiving holidays. Attending the conterenco will, bo Gov.-Elect Taylor, the Shelby county legislative delegation, tho members elect of the legislature from all "West Tennessee counties, the county su perintendents of education from West Tennessee and the tftate superintend ent of public education. Tho conference Is for the purpose of outlining a policy for progressive school work for the next two years." Dr. Kincannon returned l'riday from Nashville where be met with the state board of education. The presidents of the normal schools were instructed to prepare an outline of progressive recommendations for ap plication to the schools and submit the reports to tho next meeting of the board for discussion and ap proval, f , SELL MAGAZINE FOR NEWSBOYS GYMNASIUM The Tutorial Review company, through Its local distributor, Vance S. Keyfie, hs given to tho Newsboys' club, of Memphis, .lOU copies of the November issue for sale pti the street corners Saturday. The pro ceeds of thUt saJc will be applied by the newsboys to the fund which they now have for their new gymnasium. The boys have promised- a good selling campaign, which will mean a bigger and better gymnasium than originally planned. BACKERS WILL MEET. At the Saturday meeting of tin' Bunkers' club, which will be held at Hotel Cayoao, Memphis delegates to the recent Washington meeting of the Amerleaai Bankers' association, will re port on, their trip. Dwlght M. Arm strong president of the club, will preside. A bill to establish a universal auto mobile license will be taken up by Con gress In the near future Uoudrlch. Special Sale SATURDAY AND MONDAY Azurea Vegetal Floramye Vegetal LeTrefle Vegetal $1.19 War Tax 5c FORTUNE-WARD DRUG CO. Ill Madison Ave. Special for Saturday at the Ealace Market Pure Country Pork Sausage, made by a country butcher from a country town; going at, . per pound JJK Milk-Fed Veal Breast, " " Ol per lb. .! . Veal .Rib Chops, Ofin per lb tJ Veal Shoulder, 9 (fin per lb .11 ST:., 17'2c X:.. 389' Large Fat Fryers, per lb. UOV, Yard Egffs. . aAc per dozen Z Don't forget NUCOA, that good enough OC butter, per pound JJ Palace Market 106 NORTH MAIN v h Our Lower-Price Movement ON AUTO SUPPLIES NOW BRINGS Economies on All Winter Auto Needs! EVERY Winter motoring need or convenience everything that can add to the comfort, efficiency or safety of a car in cold weather is included in the sweeping reductions made by all our branches, and all Timesco Dealers East of the Rockies, in this nation wide "lower-price" drive! You can make savings of 20 in many instances, even more. . This is your opportunity to equip yourself for Winter at greater savings NOW than would normally come even at the Winter's end! ? 20 Reductions or BetterOn: ROBES PRIMERS RADIATOR COVERS GLOVES CURTAINS EXHAUST HEATERS HEATING APPLIANCES PRIMING SPARK PLUGS NON-FREEZE SOLUTIONS and Oilier Winter Needs and Conveniences Nearly 7 MO Other Items Reduced! Till; HMlmtions apply to every item listed In the Sept. 1st Tlmcsco CntnloK, excepting only n few items on which thn makers restrict ihe resale price. Send for the Timesro ratiiloK and make the nust of nearly T,0 (Ml opportunities to save'. To pay more than TIMKSt O price NOW is deliberately to nupport higher prices, and delay the return to normal conditions! , These reductions prevail at Timesco Dealers. Mail orders filled promptly. Send for free catalog. TIMES SQUARE AUTO SUPPLY CO. AUTHORIZED AGENCY If it's for the Auto it e have it! World's Largeti Distributors of Auto Supplit Monroe and Fourth Streets Memphis, Temu - li ranches in 30 Principal Citiet Secure the Timesco Agency NOW. Write fcr complete Timesco Dealer plan. iB, . r-nnrnrn Children's Ribbed School Hose 50c Heavy ribbed school hose for the children; double heels, soles and toes; all sizes; special at 50c a pair. , . Wool Hose for Street and Sport Priced $250 to $5 Pair s' J- - Two Week-end Specials in Silk'Hpseo'-- At $2 Pair I Af:$lM:Pr. Full fashioned silk hose with lisle tops, soles and toes; 3. values, f 2.00 a ptjEr. ; - New .' fajshioned silk hose in white, black and colors; $2.00 values, Sat urday f 1 .80 a pair. Qaturaay snpppi: Of Urgent Interest io Every Member & the Family Boys' wo - Pant s Suits Were $15 Now $9,85 1 '. ' 9 ! Children's Beaver Hats In Winsome New Styles at $10 and $12.50 Cunning little beaver hats for the kiddies; the cleverest little ef fects any mother could want for her little daughter; brown, black and natural beav- er snacie ; stytes for tots up ' to 6 years; $10 and $12.50. Infants' Knitted Sacques 1 . Priced $2 to $5.50 , Prettier than ever are the little knitted sacques for baby, and of course every wee fel low must have a pretty sacque ; these are white, trimmed in pink and blue; priced from $2.00 to $5.50. ,s Children's $5.98 I '. Bath Robes . $3.98 Children's ' "Beacon" bath robes in nursery and Indian figures; light and dark colors; sizes 2 to 8 years; $5.98 values, Saturday 3.98. ' Children's Outing Sleepers $1.98 C'omfy little sleepers, of soft fluffy outing flannel; neatly finished; sizes 6 to 14 years; good values at 91.98. - (Goldsmith's Third Floor.) Saturday Only $5 to $10 Purses ($3.95 Buy your new bag Saturday for $3.05 this is a sale of actual $5, $7.60 and $10 values and includes the smartest of this season's styles of velvets and novelty 'leathers in black, navy and brown; choice, Sat., 93.05. so '25Imp'tdBeadBags$19 Imported bead bags in a gorgeous array of handsome designs and deep toned colorings; pouch and frame styles; these are wonderful values at the regular price of $25; priced special for this one day only at $10.50. $20 and $25 Plush Stoles and Capes For $15.00 Flush stoles and capes of seal plush and vari-molo with ball and tassel ends; black and gray; very clever models; worth $20 and $25; on sale Saturday, special $15. .95 Plush Muffs '9 Melon shape plush. muffs to match the above stoles; regular $12.50 val ues; special, Saturday, $0.05. $7.98 Wool Scarfs $5.98 72-inch brushed wool scarfs with and with out belt and pockets; camel, navy, brown, gray and novelty combinations; $7.9S values; priced unusually low for Saturday at $5.08. FJlected By Big Majority "FAVORITES" Among the New Victor Records -85c I I d Love to Fall Asleep and Wake Up in 18002 I My Mammy's Arms . . Peerless Quartette I Tired of Me Henry Burr "roadway Blues , Aileen Stanley 189l i Little Bimboo Down in the Bamboo isle J 85c Aileen Stanley I 1RIUM) ( Whispering .'. Ambassador Orchestra Japanese Sandman. .Ambassador Orchestra ( 85c 187 1 Tell tf Little Gypsy John Steel ) ) The (ilrl of My Dreams John Steel (85c When the Harvest Moon is Shining ... 1 X(I8 C'has. Hart and Lewis James 85c I Mother's Hands Henry Burr I 1875fHy'n Dri' Fox Trot All Star Trio) ) All Star One Step All Star Trio j 85c Avaloh Med. Fox Trot. . Whlteman's O. :tSTO Best Ever Medley One Step -flJ5&. Whlteman's Orchestra Follies of 1920 Fox Trot SUH8 Jos. C. Smith's Orchestra $1.35 Cuban Moon Fox Trot. i. J. 0. Smith's O.J U00O--Thank God for a Garden J. McCormack $1.23 IIMI8 By the Waters of Minnetonka F. Alda $1.S5 t.875 Trovatoro Stride laVampa (Fierce Flames are Soaring) Gabj!la Besanzonl $1.25 8MU!.-i A Granada JSnrlco Caruso $1.75 0-1078- A ' Dream Evan -Williams ..$1.25 6i$71 Drink to Me Only With Thine Eyes Flon- zaley Quartet .$1J!3 7 lfll:l - Nocinrnc JSflsoha Elinan $1.75 For Saturday, we have reduced th6 price on several hundred boys' Norfolk suits, and thrifty parents will take advantage of the sale to the extent that they will consider present and future needs. ' '" Each suit is finely tailored, of staunch mixtures in dark gray nd brown, and has two pairs of full lined knickerbock ers; our regular $15 suits; reduced for Saturday only to $0.85. "Jack 0' Leather" Suits Reduced from $25 to $19.75 "Jack O' Leather" suits reduced Saturday the all wool suit that is fully guaranteed; included are some of the sea son's snappiest styles in all wanted shades; regular $25 values; reduced for this one dayonly to $10.75. Juvenile Suits $10 Finely Tailored of AlUWool Serge All wool serge suits for juveniles; Junior Norfolk, middy, marine, and Tommy Tucker styles; sizes 3 to 8 years; good values; Saturday at -$10. l l 'I L J TO Boysi $2 Winter" Caps $1.50 , . Smart winter caps for boys; made with inside band to pull over ears; plain blue, green and browns; $2 values; Satur day $1.50. - ''$4 Full Lined Knickers $3.00 Knickefs, full cut from heavy cassimeres In dark mix tures; full lined" and well made;, our regular $1 knick ers Saturday at $3. $2 Boys' Khaki Blouses $1.50 1 Boys' khaki blouses, of gonur ine sulphur dyed khaki; heavy weight; two pockets; regular $2 valueg.; priced special, Satur- c day, at. 91.au. Week-End Specials in ' Toilet Goods "Mavis" Toilet Water; $1,25 rvalue, $1 "Jorgcn's" Almond Lotion; 351 size, 20c "Pinaud's Lilac Vegetal; $1 size, 80c "Ingram's' milkweed ' cream; 50c value' 43c "Pond's" 50c cold cream 45c "Mavis" talcum powder 10c "Woodbury's" facial soap; 25c size, 10c "Jergen's" talcum powder; 25 size, 10c "Bonfto" compact rouge 15c "Bonito"" face powder , ......... . .35c "DJerklss", faee'powder; 75c size . . .60c ""almolc" face powder 10c "Lila" liquid face powder 60c "Mary Garden" talcum powder ...20c "Pinaud's" Eau de Quinine hair tonic . 50 c "Palmolive" toilet soap, cake 7c "Oeme Oil" toilet soap, cake 7c "Palmolive" face powder 30c "William's" bath soap; 15c cake 12c "Jap Rose" cold Cream 15c Peroxide of hydrogen; 25c size ..10c 50c Whisk brooms 30c 50c Pressing combs 37? $2.50 Hair brushes . .$1.08 $1.50 Ha!r brushes $1.10 10c Powder puffs 7c N'all brushes, wooden back 10c "Aladdin" dye soap; cake 8c Women's IB-Button Chamoisette oves $2.59 Glace Kid Gloves $2.98- Wrist length, 2-clasp glace kid gloves with self' and contrasting stitching; white and black; $2.08 a pair. Women's 16-but-ton washable cham oisette gloves; 3 patent clasps and t! rows fancy stitcb ing on backs; prowh, $2.89 a pr. Washable Cape Gloves $4.00 Women's washable apeskin gloves; oae-clasp style with 3 row fancy embroidery; good wear ing gloves; $1 a pair. k "Munsingwear" For All the Family $1 to $10 a Garment New Imported Cape Gloves $5.50 Imported capeskin gloves; wrist strap style with 3 rows point de Paris stitching on" backs; $5.50 a pair. Children's Washable Lisle Gloves, Brown and White, Well-Fitting... $1 $4.00 Glove Silk Bloomers $2.98 Beautiful glove'silk Bloomers; well shaped .and neat ly made of lustrous glove silk in ilesh only; regular $4 values; Saturday, $2.98. - Children's "34n-l" Union Suits , $1.50 Children's 3-in-one un ion suits; waist, shirt and pants all in one; all sizes; $1.50 per garment. Women's Pink Lisle' Bloomers $1.00 Women's. pink lisle bloomers,' good weight, smooth finish ; all sizes $1.00 a pair. Bargain Basement Sale of Boys' $4.95 and $5.95 Overcoats $3.95 Well tailored of servlreable wool and wool mixed fabrics; sizes 2 to 7 years; $4.95 and $5.95 values, $3.05. Boys' $2.50 and $2.75 Pants $1.98 Pants of good materials in gray and brown mixtures; regu lar $2.50 and $2.75 values, fl.08. ' , Boys' and Girls' 25c Hose 19c Black ribbed hose !n medium Hnd heavy weights; 25c values, 10c a pair. U omen's Outina Gowns $1.98 GownB of good heavy striped outing flannel; double yoke; high and round neck; $2.75 and $2.98 values, $1.08. Women's 75c Flee&d Undersea 59c Vests and pants; tuck rib and soft flece lined; medium weight; 75c values; per gar ment, 50c. Children's to $3 Sweaters $1.98 Wool mixed sweaters in pret ty colors; square and roU col lars; $2.50 and $3 values, $1.08. . . Women's and Girls' HIGH SHOES to ft)U $8 Pair Values Cp to $2.45 1,500 pans women 8 and growirig girls lace and button shoes of patent leather, dull and bright kid and black calf; high leather Louis, medium height, leather Cuban, and low flat heels; sizes up to 5 on ly; up to $8, values; $2.45 a pair. 1 x Boys' Gunmetal ' "Bluchers" lloys' and little men's black gunmetal blncher style shoes with good wearing soles: Sizes 10 to 2, $3.50 values at $2.05. Sizes 2 to S'i, $4 values, at $3.45. Girls' Black and Tat, Lacehoes Children's, sizes 5 to 8, $3 values, $2.40. Children's, sizes 8 '4 to 11, $3.75 values, $3.23. Misses,' sizes llg to 2, $4.50 values, $3.07. Children's Black Kid T Button SKoes Infants sizes 2 to 6, $1.60 values, 08c. s Children's, tslies 4 to 8, $2.25 values, $1.18. Men's $2.50 Winter Union Suits $1.98 Heavy and medium' we,Igfit" union suits; well made and, nicely finished; aize 34 "to 46; $2.60 values, $1.08. ( Men's $10 Fleeced .Underwear 98c Ribbed and fleece lin,ed , shirts and drawers; heavy and ' medium weights; ecru only; $1.50 values, 08c. , Men's Heavy Knit Sweaters $1.29 Light and dark.gray cotton sweaters; pockets -and roll col lar; $1,79 and $2 values, $1.80, Men's $2.65 Shirts $1.85 ;v Men's regular $2.65 shirts, made of fine percales with turn back cuffs; 'special at.jfl.85. Men's $2.50 Quting Night Shirts $1.75 Full cut, well finished night ehtrtg of splendid quality ma terial; sizes 16 to 20; $2.50 values, $1.75. . Men's $3J0 Outing Pajamas $2.65 Full mad pajamas, of Heavy "quality striped outing flannel; worth $3.60; special at $2.65.