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FRIDAY. NOVEMBER 1t, 1WO, PAGE TEN. uiiiiii:ti4Miir 'I liliiniiitifc(iliifrl ftifcip'IWltiiilill.iilWiiil Jiii.U.i::'ii,MuuiMu1uI.iUil.l::,liuIi, Jl !i .ri.i.ii'-il-irti.iHHi'i.H'ltii'j Those Smart Canteen Boxes $2.98 tf 2 , Selected Baldwin 10,000 Fresh Cut Roses t JL Large Factory Sold Us "2,000 FAIRS OF MEN'S PANTS For a Fraction of Their Real Worth $1.15 $3.15 $5.15 Consisting of every known fabric, fine worsteds, cassimeres and cheviots; hundreds of patterns; all dark shades; suitable for dress and street wear; hundreds blue serge. x All sizes. (Second Floor.) Special purchase of large assortment of caulen boxes in colors of blue, block, brown, (tray and imitation hand tooled with large mirror and fittings or lip stick, powder itox and file. APPLES 65c Thiii Is an opportunity to secure a canteen box at great savings.. We place these most wonderful boxes on sale Saturday morning. Main floor, leather dept., for 92.08. & Carnations Tl ' T ' ' ' Fem Leaves, 3 -for Oh, ys, there are cheaper ap ples, but nbt selected Bald wins. Skimp half-bushels in baskets, Saturday, JC 'tach UOC Coirie 'in all colors, 2 ( in a butxch; not less th On Sale At 98 N. Front St. dozen sold. Per Q ( bunch of 2 dozen..! O ' (JW-'pI'VY 'f"1"" tvm-y HpT1" '""r'Bj "ni iwt-iji'ifftin-it' t The i jj 1 1 5h ' fejlJS (Ma.nK.oor, ' ) tW " J jf -- , - i .L rL..i. -i. ... . ,, i ..rrt. ... i." ' '. . n i.,.. ....V .-. i. . . .- '. ...... ij .- ' " I ". - it ." fj$r- VSftM H MMMMMMMB MMMMMB saB Saaal MMMWi saMS(JSBMSai MM SaaaaaSBBBBl M MB MMMMMMMMM I r ru v i a-1 1 i . vl mil rmir m a, ii t Bir i i ti I I WAZ? , b.i j snort sieevcs, anKie I I -i7 FiJ'li l V .... I t?7 M i nlon 8ul's It AVi V nodels; a 6 f V 99c 1 ' I feat ' - 1 i ...... Lisle Union Suits $1.69 jfcsOri high neck, long sleeves to slceve- scai ; warm underwear, our noi 01 tne Jfcye :U tn 4fi Vomen's Shirts and Drawers 69c neck,' long sleeves and Dutch drawers ; Women's "Lifalco" Shirts and Drawers $1.19 V i n e hand - finished combed cotton ; sizes 34 to 44; $1.19 gar ment. Boyit' and Girls' Heavy Cotton Union Suits Fine heavy cotton un ion suits; the quantity is somewhat limited; 2 to 16 7Q. Children's Heavy Flewed I'nion Hu.tN $1.10 Gray, tan and white; dropseat and open or Boy' and CiiulV Half closed crotclj: sizes 2 Wool. Union (Suit to fc 1 1 G Pen crotch and drop lg seat; every garment extra reiniorcaa; sues a wear at About ess Than Regular Read These. 2 to 17 years (Main Floor) $1.89 don't car what happens now," .aid tha m CHAPTER 84. Betty finally managed ttret the mysterious woman Into hr state room, and with sobs she told Ann an.1 Be.ty of her life with Iiarwood and the misery it had caused her. l-a.-Jna her arms around Ann, stio told hr, "and this is what I want to save you from if I can. Karwoud is rich and powerful an..t what ht goet after he usually gets, so be warned in time and profit by Uie i miserable mess I have made of my I f. . ! "You are young, pretty and the world ia before you, ao ohooa. your txitun well. As for me. I don't cars what happens now. Cut him for. ever out of your life and do not be blinded by the flitter of his wealth or what he says or does. "As soon aa we get ashore I am going to pack up the few belongings ' I possess and go back to my girl hood home, I have enough money for my carfare, but there will be notmng left to tide me over until Men's Heavy Ribbed Union Suits $1.89 T can gerombed cotton, closed crotch; out I aha how. sizes 34 to 46. "When of a re.il aside in 4 Union Suits, kills me. $3.39 SULPHUR EASES PILES AT Almost Instant Belief and at Very Small Cost. ' The moment you apply a little Mentho-Sulphur the itching, Irrlta , Hon and bleeding stops. Don't con tinue to suffer because ouicg relist awaits you. Any druggist will supply you with a small Jar of Mentho-Sulphur. This Keems to soothe, heal and dry up the trouble quicker than anything else. ,jv. ts and , $8.20 lent and pure Jve color; .derwear for ion, firemen en; sizes 30 t Floor) Men's Heavy Ribbed Shirt and Drawers MUc Garment Heavy ribbed, ecru col or; sizes 34 to 46. Men's Wool Mixed Shirts and Drawers $1.00 Garment One table, broken stock; sizes 80 to 46. Little Maids Who Go To School-Also Their Sisters in High School "f&sr? t rri. oc weaver xiais 00 No hat could be more appropriate for the B-ror ing school girl or high school miss than these Smart Tailored Roll Brim Beavers, Fascinating Mushrooms, Soft Roll Brim Effects, Droops, very smart Short Hack Pokes, Large Rollinq Brim Sailors, Side Rolls and Back Rolls. Some are merely banded and have tailored bow of heavy quality grosgrain ribbon, .i.t.AMM 1 i j . 1 . . a i utnera nave lung anu Bnon streamers. Colors t Black, brown, beaver, navy and taupe. ' j x Bring the kiddies of 4 to 6 in also, -as we have made preparations - for - them and you'll approve of the youthful little beavers for them that we show at $5.0C Also see our complete assortment of mattewan, velour, plush and felt hats for girls. v. ($5 Hat Shop Fourth Floor) Girls' "Priscilla Dean" Tarns $1.98 Tarns of soft, crushable felt in serviceable and beconjing colors. 1, . Jl 1 Saturday-W6 Are Bringing Out This Assemblage of Woman's v High-Grade NEW BLOUSES FEATURED $5.00 Kho pongees, in tailored models; the georgettes are over jlouses, tie-backs and other new models. A good assort ment of colors and combinations. Embroidered, beaded ind lace trimmed. v (Third Floor.) Sateen Petticoats $1.98 Ideal for cM weather, a plain, serviceable petticoat . with; tucked flounces, black, , nvy and suit shades. Taffetta Petticoats $5 Beautiful taffeta made Into lovely petticoats with hem stitched flounces; also tuck ed, a pretty and serviceable garment. 811k Jersey petti coats, all popular shades and combinations. (Third Floor) Put On Your Slippers Fill Up Your Pipe Mr. Tired Business Man and Let The New Edison "The Phonograph with a Soul,"' with Its wondrous mellow tone, give you" the soothing Influence your "nerves" need after the "grind" In the store or office. ax. m. . tin "a im -n. i ICll f A i,1" WAV i m K JUL ,J urm. m,,i Ul Less Than Manufacturers' Cos 1 OoOS 1 A phone or personal call tpIH send It to your home with "on the Job" service that will impress you, ancT easy, convenient terms will soon make It "all yours." Let's get together on the fine "proposition" tomorrow. New Edison Studios again on second floor, where we can serve you better than ever. . Lots of New Edison re-creations now in stock. Get some of them and you'll get more pleasure out of life, t i Hi ljiiirniiiii .C. t dHiMlI18lS ThIs club 'makes BUre you'J1 nave your tr Edison for Xmas. All you need Is ONE DOLLAR to Join. We'll gladly give you full particulars. Musics H,Clul Music Shofj Second Floor. ',. Every woman who is in need of a suit sh( take advantage of this wonderful' offei There are only a limited amount of these sii Come early before ifiost of - these .suits picked over. Materials, velour, silvertone and yalama, lined, and most all are fur trimmed; every this season's model. Suits that are well nil and most pleasingly finished in novelty effe i (lijird Floor.) Notable Reductions On High-Grade Fur Coats Finest selected furs and only a small deposit will hold any until wanted. Savings at this vei time are 25 to 33 1-3. .Two Pairs of Pants UITS lirJJSWSOlUt, "The nioit effective known ment for Influenza." 8A.LrA.8EXA ifEDICIXE CO. MEMPHIS For All Complexior. Ills If the Rkln he colorless. Fallow ay, ovr-rei, blotchy or freckled ln(f will bo surely overromc tli nltlon a. ordin.rv mrrrlir.e(t a literally takes off a bad romtVL . absorb, the dead and ne nr-deiv cm. ot minare. .Kin, fently. gv. causlnr no Inconvenlenca at ilU- complexion l. then In evlde'f I lr potlets, delicately iioft andi; IfV any driift store, will rejuveniv 1 , worst complexion. It is u& i 'III PI GONE! RSI Prices Continue To fumble -As Public Refuses to Swallow "It-Can't-Be-Done" Dope The traveling salesman from the big town lied, several months ago,- when he said, "Buy heavy, boys, prices can't come down." Bry's "$36-two-Dants-suit" mnnbv un,h knocked the side out of the "Stand-together-make-the-public-pay" machine an4 now every. wuujr ci.gagcu in bdvnig me country ana reaucing tne cost of clothing and incidentally getting out from under the consequences of a buying blunder a 'South Sea Islander would have Toreseen. Hand-Tailored All Sizes and Styles " And Every Suit Is Less Than a Month Old ORE Bub Pain Away ; Trial Bottle 1 1 r, a i oi. racoDS y Stop "dosing" Rhem It's pain only: not ot requires Internal tr soothing, penetrating; ' right on the "tander the time you say Ja out comes the rheum distres. ",st. Jacobs O less rheumatim llnl never disnpnolnts and m.. the akin. It takes pain stiffness from aching ; and bones; stops sola . backache and neuralgl iimoer up: uet it J- 1 1 i I I T "T H 1 x y " The New York Clothing Markets Are Full JrWWDI WE ACHIi suits. (Second -Floor.) Sizes For Tall Men, Short Fellows Stouts and , Slims tie of old-time nnnAOftHMnwik... u. Some'nTyo'Tl frefa ''I'tiJJiui achea and atlffnesa. J Kub rheumatism away' Snappy models for the young and the more conservative for the elder gentlemen. , Fabrics that are fashionable, materials that are worn with the utmost satisfaction as being the very nlwest, and made so well that you will get excellent wear therefrom. ' Made by America's best coatmakers; all sizes, H4 to 46. Every sale is backed by an absolute guarantee, satisfaction or vour money nacK. '"TT" Mill', (Second'J'loor.) "Monroe" 2-Pants Suits Are Sold Exclusively By This Store in Memphis ifciiiiMitaiiirf 'ii, :'' IM""!! l,'!,''"''lf',,'''rmr,'n''',' n. ,. li Ih'hI! n :H K , Hv I t ... Ins) fm v$ 101 l M'iffTV ; I'-'t'H '-..t -51 i As :i wmmwuHmmt I Perfect fitting, carefully tailored garments for" mm and young men; made of blue, green, brown and gray mixtures. All-wool worsteds, cassi meres and blue serges. "The extra pair of pants will give the suit double wear. Sizes to fit men of ' all proportions, 33 to 48? Don't forget this is the only store featuring. 5ii!!!:ili:!i:iil!Ei!!ai;S!a ; j Y