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-filDAY'.pVEMBER 6, 1920. THE 1EW SCIMITAR PAGE THIRTEEN. S HARPIST RECITAL L TREAT E AGAIN I mm i BY GEORGE WILLIAMSON. r'.Ojie of tho treats of the musical efeaon wan enjyed at the Goodwyn institute Thursday rfght by an au dienco which was aroused to lofty enthusiasm and appreciation. ' The Recital by Albert Salvi, concert harp ist, was an eye-opener for many, for at. must be admitted that a feeling iot uncertainty' pervaded the breawts for some ox those present as to- the jprospect of listening to an. entire program on this instrument, which mas been so little heard in solo work. iAfter hearing this wonderful artist Appreciation for the harp will bj increased, although In the past few pears it has been coming more and Snore Into its own because of the" ut iforts of our own talent. ' - i Salvi came heralded as a master of the harp, and It took him only a kittle while to convince tho most du .liious that praise had not been too fulsome. Never lias in been 'the privilege of this writer to listen to one who rooro thoroughly musters his Instrument, and the acclaim of his auditors indicated that his ef forts aroused a feeling of the keen est appreciation. So delighted wero any that they made instant appeal or an engagement for next season. nd Mrs. Jason walker, who brought ilm this season, announces that he as been booked. - , The program was a most effective ne 'in the hands of thls young man. hose personality seemed entirely oven into the angelic beauties 1 of Us harp, lie seemed to live and reath In harmonious attune to its olden strings and the soul-inspiring nterpretations of the varied beauties )f the numbers awakened thoughts f how the angelic .choirs will sound ihen comDosed of the heavenly! Sharps played by such as he. - From the most delicate pianlssimos jwhlch were as clear and distinct as She Happing of silver bells, he rose So effects that were stupendous and flectrifying in their bigness. . From the harp lie obtained tones that were Wnamlc, such as comes from a uighty orchestra, and he seemed t6 jalmost fight the strings, yet without violation of the truest harmonies. The technique of the man was niar Jvelous, and those wonderful fingers, Jwjiat power they scintillated. -! "Of the program little need be said. It was satisfying In the extreme and Comprised some of the choicest gems for tho harp - written , by master "Uninds, and not the Jeast enjoyable Jivera some of Salvi 8 own composi tions and arrangements. W That he will return next season is HJleasing. for it Will afford oppor tunity for- many to have pleasure "that they missed this time. Ths" Feminist movement in Motordom Bias raised the devil with masculine su periority. When, the modern wife from he tonneau advises friend husband to. titan Hie dirt out of his carburetor to overcome bucking and missing, he "periences the sickening feeling of an abdicated monarch. ; -' ' Her knowledge of car prows apace Syith her driving. She' can change a tire as quickly as he. . Chancing attire, however, is some thing else again. Motor Life. f S. S. Montagu, secretary of state. for Jnctia, has proved his unique cour tage in riding a fiery, untamed motor tcooter over the bumps of Whitehall. To fcee him keep his monocle in place as 5iis -puffing steed bunk- at tho ruts wvould be a thrilling sight to even blase (veterans -of Buffalo Bill days. Motor Ufe. - t - . J Among the steps' taken for tje fur ther Improvement of the Lincoln liiighway was an authorization for ex pending (15,000 for permanently mark ing the route from Omaha to New York. -The directors estimated that not less Jthan J12,000,00l will be spent during stills season on improvements to the' jUncoln highway. Goodrich. , Truck Overturns; Farmer h Injured U. t Sigler, Lucy. Tcnm. who mir rowly escaped dUttrTlursilay Htghl when his auto truck went over, a road embankment, was rcstliyr -easily Fri day at St. Joseph's uosptia. w 'i'."--diagnosis of injuries (Unclosed that he had a sprained anklo and several fractured rius. oigr . uivw idrivlnir back to Xiiicy at 7:30 Thursday night, when his truck, whlctl. ne nao; unvcn with a load of cotton, began to skid on the mwly graded surface of the vt .v. cmi .tt-pnt road! The truck toppled over the embankment V . -a n ..l,nn nf itnripr- ana lanueu -... - -----brush. . Sigler was taken to St. Jo seph's by Thompson Erps.V ambulance. Here and There RECIPES OF OUR PIONEER MOTHERS iter the home treatment of disease were wonderfully dependable. True, Aey knew nothing of drugs, but owed their success to the roots, herbs and .tiarks of the field. It is interesting to note that Lydia E. Plnkham's Veg etable Compound, the most success ful rerpedy for female ills we have, was originally prepared for home use from ono of these recipes. Its lame ha now spread from shore to .shore, and thousands of American women now well and strong claim they owe their health and happiness to Lydia J3. Plnkham's Vegetable Compound. ' ac(V, ' Mrs. J.-W. Cole, of Lake Cormorant, was one of the charming young women attending tho D. A. R. conference and contributed td the pleasure of the dele gates by her exquisite rendition or sev eral vocal numbers. . ' ' Among tho prominent Tennessee women attending the stato D. A. It. conference is Miss Kate White, ' of Knoxvillor Miss White has recently completed three mdst interesting stories, based on historical Incidents in Knoxville. Mrs. S. S. Wassell. of Little Rock, who was a member ' of the Arkansas stale Democratic committee, and is honorary repent of the Arkansas D. A. It., is spending a few days as the guest of Mrs. Homer V. Sloan. . -Prof. nnd Mrs. It. FA Arnold have been welcomed home afterx having spent nearly a year in Asheville N. C. I I.'' Mrs. LlUie Scales Slaughter and daughter, Katherine, of Starkevllle, Miss., ar the "guests, of Mr H. F. Sloan and Miss Kllzcheth Sloan In their home on Union avei.u-. Mrs. Slaughter was among those who attended the state p. A. R. conference, : Jlus Mary Uoyce Temple,, of Knox ville, Tenn., state regent, Tennessee I), i A. R., will remain the guest of Mrs. Evander .Williams for a few days following the state-conference. , Mrs. John Mench, of Rochester. N. T., arrive on Friday morning. to be the guest of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. "P. D. Clack, and attend the 'Clack-; Maupin wedding. ., - Miss Sarah Wright has the pleasure of having as her guests In her home on Vance avenue her sister, Mrs.n J. T. Robertson, and her niece. Miss Annie Louise Wright, of Marianna, Ark.. - Mrs. Charles Wesley Roberts; with lier lif tie Mn lighter Rnhnrln f'lnfV anil i son; Charles Weskey, Jr.. has arrived 1 to-attend her sister's marriage, and is the guest of her parents in their home on Union avenue. : PLAN ELABORATE CEREMONIES FOR ARMISTICE DAY Memphis is going to dress up in gala attire and her citizuns are going to stage a big celebration next Thurs day, Nov. 11, the occasion being tho second , anniversary" of the armistice signed between the alliesand Ger many. - v ' , Ceremonies Will be heltf 'at the Trl-tate fairgrounds and will be participated in by the various organi zations of ex-service men and other VI VKIl HJ is, I Beauty Secret 'If'EEP the system clean. Eliminate the poisons.- If nature will not do it for you, help nature with a natural medicine like Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin Take a teaspoon ful for a few nights and watch the results. There will be a feeling of lightness, the eyes will be bright and sparkling, the lips red, the cheeks pink. Dr. Caldwell's-Syrup Pepsin is the recognized, standard remedy for constipation, and it is constipation that gives women . headaches, dullness, loss of appetite and sleep, bad breath and bad com plexion. Or. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin will relieve you Over night, and do it gently but thoroughly. It is just a combination of simple laxative herbs with pepsin, so safe that It is given to infants. A sixty-cent bottle will last for months, and last year eight million bottles were bought at drug stores in itself a guarantee of merit TRY IT FREE . Send me your name and address and I will send you a free trial bottle of my Syrup Pepsin. JWdres me Dr. W. B. Caldwell, 513 wVishinton .St.. Moraicello. Ill Evershodi and then needs a laxative, and it is N iveliUiknuw the best, write me today. patriotic organlxntlonn of the city. Col. Luke Lea,' of Nashville, will Aw present and ' will sjmilinbly spe-JK. Capt. (!. T. FltzhiftVh will make-tin'1 address, and efforts un- beiln in;ul to secure a speaker of nuttenal repu tation for the uc.-u.sion. Mrs. Virginia Fraser IJoylo, poet laureate of the Southern Confederacy, will read ail originifT poem, commemorating tho ocasloii. A mammoth barbecue and a big pyrotechnical display will bo other" features of the occasion. The com mittee on arrangements has promise) that this w4il be one of the biggest displays uf fireworks ever wltnessod the tlty. They hnve also' naked the war Ueptirtnif nt ti permit the ex hibition of "Fliixheit uf Ai-ticin." the famous film ili-plt-lint; iiituul battlo scones. . Mayor I 'aim- Iium iisreed to Issue a pi'oHumatioii milking the day a holi day In the city, ami to urge the ciii li'iis tu help make the nriiiiMiro day celebration a sui'i-ess. The day Js u holiday In Teiiiiesfee by art of tl last legislature, b,it is not observed jjis u inatlonal'liulidiiy. AMUSEMENTS Lyric., Aiiipli' in-lfoii, iliiipiiriiKiii-uKiUiliiic sitnui ions. 11 good souk, some i Xi-.H' iit acting. Hi'M-rul pirasing. iprf.it under stunilings In irlni,: the most eye soothing I'lutrus of (he ft-Mson ii nil imly one real )K-inish mitrkeii 'iioo.1 Mrtfii tng. Judge." the oeronvi iitionalized vr eloti of "Tile Magistrate." wtiii li opened Thursdiiy nishl at the Lyric. The eye toriuriiin c-lH'i. vas th- meliaiiieal blunder of having bright IIrIiLh on the rr wall Ret in all except one Ri-ene of the first act. This dlstrai ted the vision from the perfornianee. tme ran sev bright lights for nothing: on.- g's to a girl show lor quite a diffmnt form of entertainment, chiefly mirth ful and iiuatoiiiieal. Slifp ani(, the Iiiim' 'ad who to'ik the magistrate's tart with credit, and Sue I'arker and i'lyile liilson, enginue and juvi-nile. wiiow- "I Am So Voting anil Vim Are So Heuutlfiil" was tin song hit of the program, stoixl out for the marked excellence of their per forrna nre. The settings, except for the "glar ing" defect in the first act, were ci eelletit, and the costuming, after on got a look at it- was pleasing, despite that Hi- liosirrv was not black. As) (Jeorge Nathan ouotea (ieorge Ierderer, black silk sloi-kings are the greatest licuulificrs known to man. The engagement is tonight, Saturday matinee ain niglit. The long Island Til:.- Auto Supply company advertises that "A Clean Kn glue ia .Money In tho Bank." This Is doubtless. At this time the interest in carbon deposits is far froia sufficiently tiigli. Mutor hife. ra The Sun, His Only Rival .;. The Sun His - Only Rival EDISON LAMPS FOR THE HOME, OFFICE, FACTORY - Efficient saver of money and -- power gives , a better light-' for less. . .See that your lighting equipment is Edison Mazda., ' . Phone Main 1053 ELECTRIC NOVELTY CO. CONTRACTING ELECTRICAL ENGINEERS -123-125 Monroe Ave. '. a- THE HOME OF TIDDLE-DE-WINKS SATURDAY Ladies DfD your FIRST VOTE COUNT? WILL BE Open Saturday Night UntlllO 0'Clock The Store of Courtesy: y Next to our merchandise court esy Is the biggest selling asset wo have. Jt' extends from the front door entrance to the back wall of our store. t JUL First Payment Only $10.00 MP AY o Jt Will If You Always Vote The Progressive Way SUITS Every, rtoimtn knows that suits have cost more, this year, yet jvo havi a delightful surprisefor you when you como in to see' what excellent values-really worth $30 that wo are selling tor $''51 .75 only ytz Sold on t'lubititn Too. COATS Most all women like to have an cxtensivo and varied assortment to select from. Lato arrivals and a large st6ck will appi'al to you to como and examine Uese low priced values1 of smart style and fine materials that we i 7 5 offr for only . . tJj;: SollOn Our Club l'lan. Ladies, here arc values in tiriibses that you have been ihinj; for. A beautiful iiiKortiiient of fine fab rics and si.cs that arc sure to con tain just what you want. They arc the right styles and at the right This lot 'special- $ j 75 J JL ly Sold On Our Club Han. If 1-1 li H n -w,: rjLV i mm L J- tSv f-4 - VAnrmch Mmir FASHIONABLE FURS Fur season is here and you will want to see the appealing styles in . A. - II Attn AtArtlln ' I r 1 A Q IVtlT. neck scarfs and chokers mat are an fox, natural squirrel, wolf, stone marten, coney sealion, etc. Our prices range from $20 to $250, but our -special assortment will be priced at j Hold On Our Club Tlan. There are lynx, The deliver garment, payment SWEATERS If you have'a desire to have a beautiful sweater $3.98 and want to buy"tt at the right jfrlce, you should lvlces: $5,98 see the specials lp sweaters that await you at $9.98 Sanders' Daylight Club Plan Store. The Plan of Our $34.75 Club plan of our $34.75 Club is as follows: On the first payment of $10 we to you at your residence, your selection of any $34.75 man's or woman's The payments thereafter to be on a gradually reaucing sctue umu iuo msi amounts to only $1. , s See tho $34.75 Club Card On The Left. Tiddle-De-Winks Sanders'; Guarantee Read It! : If wJthiO three! days after date . of purchase, the garment with which this, guarantee is f Klvan, fails for jSny reason to satisfy thei , purchaser, it may be returned to U3 and all money paid will be refund- ' ed, provided no alterations are ' made or the garment worn. The Right House, with the Right Styles, in the Right Materials, at the Right Time at the Right Price. "NUF SED" Millinery Men's Suits and Overcoats Ladies, all you have to do is look To announce the arrival of our landsome stock of Men's and Young over our beautiful stock of the new- .Men's Suits and Overcoats a the prices which our buying policy per- est vogue millinery to know that mils, always brings a ready response from not only our regular custo- Imre also you are assured the right mors but aTso-those who want value, style and right prices, and come stylesv at, the right prices. to our store to be convinced. Our Daylight Store permits highly satis- And yob will find the values ap- factory selection. pealing to you fy focw Our sizes are now complete and the A special showing at at prices JS.lTOlHZ.l large stock awaits your critical choice. C1 7K rrom po W yiiU Frlces'range from $30 to .$80. $04.49 . . Sold On Our Club l'lan.' Rold On Our Club l'lan. Ask About It. rffo ' y " Petticoat Soecial Boys' Suits and Mackinaws 1 ClUtUOt UJJCt a Boya, just what you want to wear when you breast the blustery weath- Speclally attractive colors and com- -or oh the way to school. Strong winter wear suits and mackinaws that binations in fine Jersey and taf- wear and have style. Some suits with two feta petticoats that pairs of -pants; regular $25 values to be sold 17 Ml offer you a real val- CM QQ at. : v.; yxi.wv ue for only 'tylrfO Ask About Our Boys' Club Plan. ; : : 'I ' 't anders&Co- 1 7Z South Main St. PHONE MAIN 764 Memphis' Only Daylight. Clothing Glub Plan Store 15,000 Already Have FQund Favor for San ders' Progressive Club Plan. Why not you? 3E People Who Want Good Shoes! for a Uttle Money Will Surely Find Them I ) J n Hundreds and hundreds of pairs of good, stylish, substantial shoes for men, women and boys, in all leathers and sizes, at prices that can not be duplicated in the entire South. The thing that makes the greatest hit with, our patrons who take advantage of these basement-saTes is the fact that we caii fit them in the shoe they want. Come Saturday and see what good shoes a little money wi For Men ill buv. - J i MM One lot of mqn's strlght last shoes in vlcl kid, with Goodyear welt soles. tJ QC Wonderful bargains at pU.7 One lot. of footform shoes for men In vlcl kid, with Good year welt soles. Terfect comfort and the fcJ QC best bargains in Jfemphls at vPw.lvd One lot of old gentlemen's plain toe bals and d YJC congress gaiters. Light welt soles p 0.70 One. lot ofmen's Knglish last shoes in gunmetal. Good year rubber heels and welt soles. I? or? Great bargains at PU7Q One lot of gunmetal Knglish last shoes. Point ed toe; Goodyear welt-ssole and ruliber heel. Great bargains at $9.95 OBe lot of men's U.S. army Shoes. Made over nie famous Munson Aj jjjj iy Q last at pO7D aud3 tVO Good Shoe for the Boys "VVe will fit that boy in a pair' of shoes that he won't kick out in a week. Dozens of sturdy styles f o select from. One lot Boys' Army Shoes, Munson last, best materials; sizes 2Vs to 5 ; great bargains ::r":... $4.95 i One lot Boys' Gunmetal English Last Shoes. Pointed toes. Very stylish sizes; 2 to 6; special at $4.95 y For the boy who wants the best wehave a Russia Cal Shoe; made over a smart English last that is beyond comparl- QC son at . . .' O) I JO Ono lot of Boys' Chocolate Kid English Last Shoes. The best we can buy. Very dressy. Sizes 2 to 6, d rr at .. . 4 One lot of Boys' Russia Calf Shoes, In Eng lish models; sizes 2' to 5 ',4 ; &A QC very special at , 4)4.70 " 'V For Women One lot of .Women's Chocolate Kid Shoes, with leather LouIh heels. Very soft and dressy. Wonderful bargains at $9.95 i lot of Women's Chocolate Kid hocj with her Louis hci-ls, that are the greatest $7.95 One leat bargains in Memphis at One lt of Ladies' Chocolate Kid Shoe? low and Cuban heels. Good Rhoes dC QC and wonderful bargains at Oiin lot of I.:i(licw' Ttluik Kill Drpxx Slioc witn leatner i.outs hcnis. Good- tT t lookers and great hargainn at . . . J f ZIJ One lot of Ladies' Black Vici Kid Shoes witii low heels and round plain tvej. 0 A Wonderful harsains at sDT One lot of Black Vici Kid Shoes with low heels. Very good for crowine kirls. Nothing n Memphis to compare with them at . . S&.95 Have Your Old Shoes Repaired. Work Done While You Wait, If Desired. The Most Modern Repair Shop in Memphis. "'" 1 III! I .Ml '""M'-LJ y 59 SOUTH MAIN ST. imiMS!Za3 with Ht: tjf'W'T :1 IV 1 WWW M ..A 35 i? kJ 7 You Will Always Find a Bargain In Our Big Daylight Bargain Basement. Watch the Papers for Specials.