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FRIDAY, NOVEMBER V. 1920.
THE NEWS SCIMITAR. PAGE THRES ion 1 tnoxville plub Takes Initiative in Drive on . Leg- . islature. . (Special to Th Newd Scimitar.) KNOXVILLE. Tenn.. Nov. 18. A jrdgrah of proposed automobile leg- Flation will be prefared at a meetlns tho Knoxville Automobile club Sere next Tuesday night, to be Rt- irniled by members of the state liiKh- ay commission, according to an- ounoement by- T. 8. McKinney. nrea- Sdent. Suggestions have been offered .by utomobile clubs throughout Tennes see for the purpose of having' bills Brawn for Introduction In the nest eneral assembly . Some of the kilslatlon' which has een proposed nHudes the follow- ng: That all of the money realized y the mill ta, by the auto tax and ilerived, from, the inspection fee on l-asoline, should ro into the hands f the state highway commission, to ) used by it, without restriction, for he construction of state highways; mly one tax imposed within the state m automobiles,; . that the present Mate tax pf ,60 cents for registering ii car by the count;' court clerk be re- luced because of It being excessive; ippeal of the frasoltne' Inspection tax; favoring a written bill -of 'Bale exe cuted on the-sale, or-transfer of a ar; dally report to police headquar ers by "second-hand tire 'and junk (riealers; reduction In the fee aft elec- ric automobiles; prohibiting Imita ions St railroad crossing warnings xceptfat mch crossings; legislation or a uniform rightf of way ond speed limit; laws to prevent taking of auto mobiles Ty joy riders; providing all iuios snail carry lignts at nigni; anu regulations to - control, the size and fwetght of vehicles. " pYDROAIRPUNE AND PASSENGERS SAFE 1IAVAXA.J Nov. 19. Fears thot he hydroairplane Santa Maria. vhich left Kt-y West, at 4:30 o'clock Yesterday afternoon for this city, lad been lost, were dispelled early pday when reports were received hat the machine had landed at San a Cruz, a small port 15 miles- from lere. The catain, pilot and me- hanic and six passengers carried i' the plane were reported sale. : The trip from Key west to Ha vana can usually be made by air- 4lane in to minutes, and when the imcilijio iu.ut?u ly nrrivv, tiiuic wan tome uneasiness here, it aevei- mcd. however, that the pilot of the nachine found the sea, off the har Mr pf Havana too rough, and made or Santa Cruz, the -harbor of wmon s Handlookedt Vire communication wtween Havana and Santa Cruz was nterrupted during the early hours of ast night, and this prevented an arly report of the machines arrival here. GEDDES TALKS OUT. NEW YORK, Nov. 19. Only two purses co-operation with its iei ows in maintaining, peace, or isola- Idn and the resultant drift toward nevitablo war present themselves each nation in the world. Sir uckland Oeddes, British ambassa lor, declared in an address before h.he chamber of commerco of the titate of New York. . ' . pAnAGOCLD, Ark. I. V. Yarbrough ;ind Mrs. Grace Wright were married at the home of Kev. G. K. Tyler, tho llev. Tyler pei(forming the ceremony. PARAGOULD, Ark. E.'' B." Bone and Miss Laura Faulkner, of this city, Were married at the home of Joe Faulkner, Itevl F. M, Kmmons performing the oerumony. i BROOKHAVEX. Miss. Jack Hartlv. of this clfy, son of Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Hardy and grandson of Hon. R. W. AIoNair, of' this oily, was married at Biloxi to Miss Olive Lott, of Wiggins, a Whltworth student of the session, of FAYETTKV1LLK. Ark. Frlrnrthavo received announi'mfntR -f twT mr. Hage of Miss Rena Murcnison, of St. uouis, lonneny oi ayettevnie, to Tom Buckner Cornish, also of St, Louis. NEW- ALBANY, Miss. On Wednps lay afternoon a beautiful home wel llng was solemnized at the renldonoo of Mr, and Mrs. T. L. Grace, lolninir in holy bonds of wedlock their (idcst laughter, Mary, and Robert Boyd I'ick-ns. HUNTINGDON. Tenn. Albert I'. Coleman and Miss Lizzie Lee Younger, illHtriut, are married, the ceremony be ing said by Kev. J. Q. Cooper, near Linon academy, t BATEHVILLE, Ark. H. H. Luckelt, a prominent citizen of this dtv, died at his hortm In tiUs city. The deceased leaves a wife and four children. BENTON VILLK.Ark. Friends here have been Informed of the death of the Kev. T. L. Fulhright at his home at Houston, Tex. The Kev. Mr. Fulbright was a former pastor of the Bentonvilie Baptist church. - BENTONVIT.T.J-' Art u. rr .hwkson died at a LitNe itock hospital. Mrs. JaekBon Is survived hv h.,n . band and three children. BAHKPTA, Mlss.-Mrs. M. A. Powell wife of PrAA nr. 1-wn ,ii.7i .,r"j homf near here. "ur WOMAN IS FINED FOR ' ; DRY LAWJIOLATION i PADL'CAH, Ky Nov. l.The first woman to be fined in federal court here, for violation of the pro hibition act was Mrs. Emma Overton, who qntered a plea of guilty to the charge, she was fined irv the amount of $150. . Thomas Ja'lmenro.' who was con victed of violating the Mann act, was sentenced to a year and a day in the federal prison ia Atlanta, Ga. He was sent to Atlanta accompanied by Deputy United States Marshal K. W. Kimbell. Tho November term of federal court was formally adjourned nnd Judge Walter Evans has returned to Louisville. Crs Collect Gifts For All Inmates Of " Mississippi Homes (Special to The News Scimitar.) JACKSON", Miss., Nov. fH. Special cars are now being operated over the principal railway lines in the state to collect Thanksgiving offerings for the Mississippi Methodist orphanage, the Mississippi Baptist orphanage and the Old Ladies' home, located in this city. ' , The railroads are furnishing tho cars free of charge, and the dona tions will bo brought' to Jackson without expense to the three institu tions. . It is expected that several carloads will be received. - Coal Discovered Oh Europa Farm "(Soeeial to Tho News Scimitar.) EUJ'ORA, Miss., Nov. I9.r-Tbe discovery of coal in unlimited Quan tity on the farm of H. C. "Bingham, two miles west oNtown, promises to relieve the coal shortage somewhat in this city. The coal that has, been mined so far seems to be of inferior quality, but burn well mixed with wood. Several families have got in enough.! to last them during the winter, but others refuse to try It. Two cars of coal atrived recently In time to prevent distress during the recent cold snap. SAYS NEGROES OPPRESSED SPRINGFIELD, Mass., Nov. 19. Dr. Lewis B. Moore, of Atlanta, Ga., former dean . of Howard university at Washington, npeakinj; before the American Missionary association, declared the lessons of the wrld war have caused restlessness among the negroes, as well as other 'oppressed races of the world," which call for Immediate readjustment of status; that those races are demanding the right of opportunity to develop their own abilities for advancement. It was emphasized that the negro race is not seeking social equality. ' For a correct solution of your eyeglass problem, try our optical service. Besides giving the prop er i corrective lenses - Ave k study the features and i .1 i l : uiuiviuuai rcquuciiieius of each patron, insuring satisfaction in every par , 'ticular. : No Drops' V sed an the' Ems Condemned Negro Attacks Guard In v Little Rock Jail LITTLE ROCK, Ark, Nov. 19. Charles Cooour, negro, 'sentenced to be electrocuted today, who early this weeK caused an examination to be made as ,to his mental condition by his rtftisai of food, Wednesday night attempted to kill his guard with a piece of pipe. It became known Thursday mowing. Soon after Cooper was pronounced sane by physicians he broke his hun ger , strike, and Wednesday night when a guard entered the death cell with his supper the negro attacked him with a piece of pipe, torn from the plumbing. The guard used his revolver as a club and by striking the negro's fingers caused him to drop the pipe. SEEK TAX-RELIEF. PITTSBURGH. Nov. 19. That a determined effort will be made by the National Association of Real Estate boards to Induce congress to exempt the income on mortgages from the operation of the income tax, was Indicated here by It. J. Kully, Jr., president of the Pittsburgh Real Estate board, and chairman of the national organization.' The object, Mr. Kelly added was to stimulate building const cuct ion and relieve housing conditions. FAY BELL GIFTSHOP The Tiny Shop Teeming With Tlmsly Things for Everybody Select Your X'mai Cardi in Comfort z - In the Piccadilly 10p S. Court , Main 2218 A Healthful Drink v ' With No After Regrets Tubu are sure of satis faction when you make your table beverage IsimtPostum Goffee'drinkers deligfrt in the chknge because of greater comfort, anci the price is attractive because so modeVate. All the family will like the flavorof Postum MEATS HER OPEN AT 7 A.M. Store No. I, .137 N. i Main .'Stf, Between Adams and i Washington We Invite Your Inspection i " KI'EU.Ui TILL J2 NOON nil it iMiitiitiiti IO-ll) ( litick llonst, II) Sliced Hncon, lb, I'ot'k ( bops, lb. Hef Liver, lb. . CORN-FED BELF V Kmiiiu Ilciast, Hi 23c Shoulder Roast, lb 18c I'riino Rib, boneless, lb 25c 'Mb und RrisUet Uoil, lb. ......15c Chuck Roast, lb. 14c Round Steak, 11) 23e Slrlnln Kteuk. IN. 27c Ground Beef,' lb. 2"o fresh Brains, lb, 15c Chuck Beefsteak, lb 20c AFTER MISCELLANEOUS I'Jykilream Creamery Butler. pound - I'lin- I Aril, lb Best l,Hld StlbMtttute, lb Whltr- House Nut olto, lb. . Whin, limine Special oleo, lb. reanut witter, h Sa'fltni Sfiusaiie. ih, ....... Boiled Ham, sliced, II Hmbked Ham, sliced, lb. , . Smoked Uani I'.utls. lb. , . Smoked Ham Hocks, lb. ... .I.lliby Sweet Mixed Pickles Kanev (irate Fruit Mince Meat, lb ...25c . . . 50c . . .55c . . . 50c . . .30c . ,i . ?uc . .35c ..10c .30c TRIMMED PORK. Ixiiu Turk Koast, lb Lol.i I'ork C'hoiia, II,, ..... Solid .Meat, i'ork RohkI, lb. . Kre.s!-, I'ork Shoulder. 4-c. lb. Hefct f)ry Salt Side, lb Fresh Sparpribs, lb Country i'orK SuuHace, II). . Mixed Sausage, lb Boneless Corned Beef. lb. .. 1X1, i Harnn (bv piece), lb IXI. Smoked Hams, lb I X I , Bacon Islieed), lb Smoked Shoulders, ib. ,3-lc ,35c .30c . ,25c .24c .22c .30c . .15c ,.25o . .38c ,34c .43c 23c 3 Fresh J 'reswvi n, ns ., 33 WHITE HOUSE MEAT MARKETS V I I ' J ""MUM ii i i i i mJ I , Nb.6Tomorrow OOOll t l- : : 1 !' At Grocers EveryvAere h ' Made by Postxoih Cereal Co, Inc. ' ' Battle Creek.Mich. If ; 9 ' - 9 . H l"J1" "" i11-. WESTER WW 4 1 i November 17, U"! ' I U ' ' 'A ' Everybody- na,e f - 1 A This is to advise the i m ? ?, h Jill UwriK v i i .... 5 - & E M REASONABLE PRICES Genuine Spring Lamb I Tp ' ' , -A CLOSE AT 10 P.M. Store No. Z, l' 35c B Shoulders 30c I 144 S- Main St., Opposite Hotel Gayoso B Jasts ....12C Meat's Kept Right Always Fresh I Chops 35c I v ) 4 I . I v I . Hi-KUAi. Tiix.ia Soon. j I v ?y rrrii vouniry j'orK, ID :.. air Q s i I'eaimt Jliitlcr, ll 'itOr I ' ' f 40c l.Vli Hants (Smoked), )l ' '" H V , .."2n KouiKlSteak.il).. ' .,,. M ,,; 1;t'' lush I'nrk Hams ID -"t,. E "i s 12 M. AS m:iOW .XnVKKTISKI). 1 V? VEAL 1 i Slioiiltlfis, !b 22c. B 5' nrcasts. Ib 15c B ! l-e-'H. lb 25c E. , Kib "eal Cboos. lb 20c 0 . i CHF.ESE g i-i J lttlif Horn I'rrotTM II, !?- H ' 11 I'rlnt i "ream, lb ,dc H !'i i Ameilean S lr. Ih 50c H Imported Iloiiuefort, lb $1.75 m V f""-Hn I'eronia (whole). Ib ...70?: H Hriek. Pi 3c Q i' Klelweiss l.lmbiircter, jiUx. ...40c K) FISH. H V Salt .Mackerel 23e ta 59c 31 The most amazing price reduction placed on 6ir entire stocks of Boys' Norfolk Suits and Overcoats America's best manufacturers are all well represented in this sock of boys' Norfolk suits arid overcoats, con structed of the finest fabrics brought out for that purpose and built along lines that make Jor style distinction, comfort and serviceability. Tailor ing is perfectly done. Every model in the house without taking into con sideration the regular prices op first cost price is subject to, a reduction of exactly Off regular price , (Boy8'8tore fourth floor) Memphis A price cutting most re markable on complete winter stocks of Girls' Fine Silk and Woolen MSS Dresses This is a sale every mother will welcome and it comes through a great price revision downward on our own stocks and soecial purchases in ad dition, forming wonder ful economies. Every silk and woolen fabric brought out for the season and the colors fashion approves, and the smart models and trimmings, many of them exclusive with us. Every fhodel, without thought as to the regular selling price or the first cost price are all subject to a reduc tion of 1 " -4p Off regular price (Children's storethird floor) Kindergarten Toy Store Opens Children's Section Third floor Santa's headquarters will undoubtedly be located In our chll dreu'ss, store this year, for we have assembled a wonderful stock of the dandy playthings for little boys and girls. Just what they want for Christmas. I Also hundreds of dolls, both bisque and clmracteJ, and of course everything that little tots delight in. The" kiddles will njoy seeing this display, and we extend an invitation to view tnis opening of the kindergarten part of "the toy store-r- A largely! increased business, because . of a downward price revision on Ji I. Melanson & Bros. ' Shoes for Infants, Misses and Children The brand is popular because of the satisfactory! service. They are constructed of the finest leathers in models that take into consideration tho growing feet, and that the natural shape be rejained that no evil effects result, and prices are as follows t ' Infants' black calf and patent leather shoes; &jf JZ( 5 to 8; a pair ipt.OVF Children's black calf ana patent leather shoes; Je f( 8V6 to 11; a pair JUUl Misses' black, calf and patent leather shoes; J" tA 11 to 2; a pair tyDtOKJ Infants' patent vamp, white cloth top shoes; CtA f( G to 8; a pair PHrUU Children's patent vamp, white cloth top shoes; &f" ff 8 to 11; a pair JO.UU Children's kid shoes; sizes ranging "from J( nn 8 to 11; a pair pOVl Misses' kid shoes; sizes 'ranging from ttf 11 to 2; a pair J)O.OU Misses' patent vamp, white cloth top shoes-; CA llJi to 2T a p-ir J)O.OU Infants' Kussia calf shoes; sizes 6 to 8; 50 Children's Russia calf shoes; sizes 8 to 11; fl C AA a pair J)O.UU Misses' Kussia calf shoes; sizes 11 , to 2; r-r a pair J)0OU Jnfants' kid shoes; sizes ranging from 6 to 8; frt rrt a pa 1 r $nrOU Specially prepared groups Drastic price reductions Children 'i Millinery -This is an event of the utmost importance on headgear for misses and children comprising our entire stocks of this season's smartest shapes, trimmings, and the prices are as follows V. Hats in a tcide choice of smart styles marked to $1 Infants' white biiek shoes; Children's white sizes 6 lo 8; i PA shoes; Izes S'i a pair POvlto 11; pair buck while buck shoes, sizes 11V $5.00 $5.50 Misses while buck shoes, sizes HVa to 2; a pair The former price, orj.lie first cost on these hats is not taken into consideration,' hut are all, which are smart and stylish, reduced for an elimination. Children's ;uul m' sesVto.CX) to .t8..")() liats, choice $3.95 Children's and mis ses' 10.00 to $13.50 lints, choice $6.95 rtioc store first floor, down) w JJalancc of entire stock from $.13.50 up One-third off regular prices. (Millinery Room Third Floor) l ' 1 11 8 ! s S3 '6 3 3 ss 8 PS n hi r ' 1 i fk 8- .... 1 1 3' P 8 I 1 s ft ft ; I IS 8- 1 4 JOHN SI'KICII & HONS, Inc. -v '.. ,V..' .,--Sii.i-Sv'S'.;