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THE NEW SCIMITAR. FRIDAY, NOVEMBER It, 1820, HAZING REPORTS TOCDBYSCALES Admiral Declares Practice Not as Serious as Has Been Indicated. ANNAPOLIS, Mil.. Nov. 19.-"Ha-int: Is not nearly hm serious tit tlic Naval aoaiiemy ns It Has liren rrire nentl to me." Roar Ailmiral A. H. Soales. superintendent, told news paiior men whom he callil in con ference with him. The admiral wild his attitude all along had beni to brln Blmut a com plete extoi minatmii of the time-honored oblectlonabio practices of hazlnjt and that especially ilurina the last fpv weeks his attention has been in that dire. 'ion. "Hairing names." said Artmlra, Si'a'es. "anil matters lit' department admin istnition, I shall be very jrlart to relate tne complete history of the hazintf Incidents, For two reasons I have been reticent in Rlvmtf state ments to the press: First, because I did not wish to appear to be defend ing myself, and . second, because I did not desire to Beem K attack the midshipmen.'' Most of the UftJiinir. h said, could , well be called trivial offenses m themselves, but when they are prac ticed in a small way a lame number of midshipmen, the composite hazing has an effect that the average youth can not stand. JACKSON MAN HONORED BY MEDICAL ASSOCIATION Dr. J. L. Crook Named Presi dent of Organization. I.OUISVILLK. Ky., Nov. 19. Dr. J U Crook, of Jackson, Tenn.. was elected president, succeeding Dr. E. H. Carv, Dallas, Texas, and Hot Springs Ark., was chosen as the next annual convention city at he final session here today of the con vention of the Southern Medical as sociation. , ... Other officers elected Included: Dr K. Bates Block, Atlanta, first vice-president:. Dr. George A. Hen don, Louisville, second vice-president, and Dr. Searle Harris. Bir mingham. Ala., re-elected secretary. Escaping Chlorine Gas Causes Trouble MAYSVILLK. Ky., Nov. 19. A number of persons were overcome and cattle In fields fell to the ground when chlorine gas began escaping, from tanks in a freight car of the Chesapeake Ohio railroad here. The car was pulled out of the city to a sldlnt: where it finally was strand ed, bnUonly after a member of the train crew also was overcome by the gas. ' Ministers Salaries Boosted Million NEW YORK. Nov. 19. A $1,000,000 Increase In salaries to ministers of the Protestant Kpiscopal church has been paid during the last year an average of $260 to earn clergyman of the denomination Monell fcayre, secretar yof the church pension fund, estimated here today. Tho cuuse of this Increase Is at tributed largely to the nation-wide campaign In tho Episcopal church be K.n lr the spring of 1919 calling; for a living wage for all c;ergyren. In dividual dioceses and parishes have ..i, . . . , . . t. u paiu me increane. air, renyic suiu. ( To Prevent Chills Take GROVE'S TASTELESS CHILL TONIC to destroy Malarial Germs In the blood and thus Present Chills. 7jo. WIFE AND DAUGHTER GET CALDWELL ESTATE Filed for probate late Thursday, the will of Clarence H. Caldwell left property on Jackson avenue and $10,000 to his daughter, Lucille, and the remainder of the estate to his wife, Mrs. Lucy Miller Caldwell. Mrs. Caldwell Is named executor without bond. The will was dated Sept. 24 last, and witnessed by A. (1. Booth and K. B. Crenshaw. Mr. Caldwell died Tuesday from Injuries received In an auto accident. A Today 2M. Tonight 1:15. & Syncopation Supreme BLOSSOM SEELEY With BEXXIF, F1F.LIW Sam Miller and Gene Cast In "MISS SYNCOPATION" j-r! HENRY & ADELAIDE llARTHOLDisBIRrS BASSETT &ItAI LEY kan'1Therman al williams & co. Topiea of tua Day Klnograma IWOCKSTADER "An Added Starter In tho Race for Protldent" PRICE8' Mat (Ex. St.. Sun. ard Hoi.), 15c. 25c. 50c Mat., Sat. jni) Sm., 15C. 25c, 50c. 75C. Nlohta 15c, 25c, 50c, 75c, $1, $1.25 JJF fYf tmrr t w 'H'Wfc . CONTINUOUS 1 TO 11 P.M. TODW, FRIDAY, HATIRDAY. PEARL WHITE in "Tiger's Cub" An Alaakan Phmo Drama of Strife. Lcvo and Adventure THE GREAT LAFOLLETTE "The Man of Many Facas" nd 4 OTHER UOEW ACTS OF MERIT Vaudeville 3:30, 7, 9 P.M. Afternoons (Except Sun.), 20c Evenlnga (Sun. Aft.), 40c War Tax Included VAUDEVILLE SHOWS SATURDAY Fourth Degree Knights Elect Ryan Navigator John C. Kyan was elected Faithful Navigator of the Fourth degree as sembly, Council 6! 8. Knights of t'u lumbus. at a well-attended meeting Thursday night in the K. of C. hall, ISO Jefferson avenue. He succeeds K.ugene Hodestu, who resigned. In a brief address Mr. Kyan out lined plans for the year and laid spe cial stress upon the part the Fourth degree assembly would play in the annual Santa t'laus party of tn Knights of Columbus. Rev. Father I'arker and other members spoke also. Following the business session a spread was enjoyed. Contractor Has 3 Building Contracts In spite of the present high cost of building-material. A.'F. Kleo. lo ,al contractor, reports that he has . tosed contracts amounting to $34,000 the past week, he Is to l nilri a two- storv stone and stucco nome ai mo Stonewall for C. C. Thompson for !3.rm. It will have hot water heat. He is also building a borne for II. .1. Hammer at 1730 llarbert. It will be an eight-room brick and stucco, cost i'lff $13,000. The third contract is lor a concrete gaiagV at 719 Florida, to cost $7,500, belonging to l'iper t', rant. KAMENETZ-PODOLSK CAPTURED BY REDS LONDON", Nov. 19. The Russian Bolshevlkl. In their campaign against the Ukrainians, have cap tured Kameneu-Podolsk. capital of Podolla, it Is announced In Wednes day's official statement from Mos cow received here by wireless. The capture of he town was effected Nov. 1. The communique announces the extension of the Bolshevik occupa tion of the Crimea. 3 LYRIC THEATER l" TONIGHT FRIDAY SATURDAY "LIMO" Matlnea Saturday A. H. WOOD'S I The Girl in I the Limousine I EM MA "BUNTING Nights, 50o to 2.00 7: Matlnea, 50o to il.50 Seats at 6amlaon's NOW i!4s:!,J:ilSi;:!& Today and Sat "Memphis' Cosiest Theater" Come Laugh with TOM MOORE 0fflcer666 A hilarioijs mixup of Cops, Crooks and Plain Ordinary Folks. V Added tiinriim.. Comiclassics Continuous JHusic 4 Days Beginning Sun. "THE PENALTY" FEATURE at 1, 2:40, 4:80, 6:15, 8, 9:45 P.M. AFTS. (Ex. Hat. Sun) . . .15c EVES. (Sat., Sun., Aft.) 30c MILL WAGES ABE CUT. BPARTANUITKO. 8. C. Nov. 1. While there has been a ten per cent reduction In wages In soma of the ll'lllllll'JIfll JL, 1 1 -i n crp r i w J IN CLOTHES BUYING If there ever was a need for caution in clothes buying it is in these days of price readjust- ' "ment. The ready-made clothiers, caught with high-priced, war issue garments must either suffer a big loss or deceive the public in inflated original prices to show tempting reductions. 9 V Don't Be Deceived: Ready-made suits, at their best, cannot honestly be worth $100 or $90. Even our high est quality 6f perfectly tailored garments! i did not exceed the $85 mark. Look into the clothing situation with cautious judgment before you buy. ' Choice SSSSSSS "10'ce of all ALL 0,3,1 1 f $60.00 1 Suitor SUITS AND 1 Suitor O'Coat 1 OVERCOATS I 'Coat Order J Order 50 X23X 60 We Offer You Individual Made-to-Order Garments at Less Than Mis-Fit Ready-Mades Look into the clothes situation as it exists today see if you can match our values ANY WHERE. While the average man may be "up in the air" as to what sort of a clothes in vestment to make Samuels & Co. patrons are NOT they are looking to us for the best and most stylish clothes a moderate expendi ture can provide and we are not disappoint ing them. WeVe Making Clothes at Pre-War Prices We have no carried over "War Relics" on hand. Ours are all new 1921 all-wool woolens in the full bolt, in a wonderful range of handsome patterns. L MAJESTIC Mildred Harris Chaplin "The Inferibr Sex" STRAND Constance Talmadge "GOOD REFERENCES" Mack Son net fa "The Star Boarder" . -PRINCESS- Eva Novak In Wanted at Headquarters Comtdy Feature Added SAVOY ROY STEWART "THE BOND OF FEAR" Comedy Feature Added BIUOU - WM. S. HART In "BREED OF MEN" Mack Sennett'a "The Speak Eaay" EMPIRE Richard Travers in "THE MAN TRAIL" Mack Sennett Comedy cotton mini of Spartanburg county within the last three weeks and an other elmilur cut Is expected, there has been no suapension of operation es the 'part of Spartanburg county mills. Jn aome instances the work in hours have been shortened by a liberal observance of holidays, but no suspension It expected. The majori ty of the mills in this section ar old, entabllbed plants with xnorc than 860,000 spindles. ( . ; 7- We Are Going To Sell From Pl Stock Of Three Hundred Real Fine Fabric Wonderful Pattern Boys' Trim Fit ting Suits and Overcoats At Af Twenty ' Per Cent Reduction! . Stand it any longer I guess not! , If you could see the boys coming up to '"The Boys' Shop" all day long begging us to please put on a sale because their mothers just insisted on their going to a sale store and they wanted to wear PWil A. Halle "fitter", fitted, ultra smart suits and overcoats you'd certainly agree with the writer! We have on hand exactly three hundred all-wool wonderfully made boys' suits and overcoatSy that sdld from $).00 up, and we are going to sell two hundred of them and then bang we'll forget their pleas and go back to normal again,! t . So just remember a 20 Discount off Boys' Clothes that were priced right in the beginning ! ... . The Boys' Shop of, Phil A. Halle EXCHANGE BLDG. A Livet Peppy Boys' Shop For Boys Over Two. 5 SOI TH MAIN' KTRKKT k Ti i r 1 "iwfw W i ifg x iir -i TA I IO RS A NO H ATT KIIS 1 Y OUR MONEY-BACK GUARANTEE SAYS IT MUST SATISFY YOU W AN 0LE0 STEARINE n Read the straightforward guarantee on every blue and gold can of Wilson's Certified Shortening. OUR GUARANTEE IF YOU ARE NOT SATISFIED THAT 1 THS CONTENTS OP THIS CAN IS OF THE HIOHEST POSSIBLE QUAL-j ITY YOUR DEALER WILL REFUND THE PURCHASE PRICI PRESIDENT Compare Its Richness Give the richness of Wilson's Certified Shortening a test in your kitchen. Mix a batch of biscuits. Make a cake or a pie crust Fry some doughnuts: Give it every shortening and frying test imaginable. See for yourself how much richer it is, and saving because of its richness. You'll be delighted too, with its delicately grainy, perfect-mixing texture an exclu sive feature and absolutely essential to lightest, flakiest crusts or biscuits. It stands up, does npt become "melty," mixes easily all through the flour or sugar, even in hottest weather. Certified Shortening is guaranteed abso lutely, to suit you, or your money returned. Get a blue and gold, airtight can from your grocer 1, 2 or 4 lb. size, and try at our risk. TV A n.