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Special Turkey Dinner
TODAY, 12 TO 3 P. M.
Lobrter* and other varietie* of *ea food* received
fresh daily. ;
Unexcelled Southern Cooking.
COMBINED WITH CHILES’
315-317 Jackson Straat.
Largest and Most Up-to-Dats Dining Rooms in the City.
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pelcn where the government'* milt to enneel the Klk Htll* naval ell re
nerve* I* being heard. Poheny la assisting Norman Br«lge (left), a fel
low- ofli.-er of the I'nn-Amerlewn nil Company, down the atop*
How often have you aeon featlve
dinner table* marred by conglom
erate allverware? If there t* any
one place In which eorrectnc** la
moat looked for, and la moat evi
dent, thot place la In allverware.
L. J. Schaul & Co.
Eight Forty flroad Street.
Where Little Jtjf Dependable
r y Mur STORE Of BETTER VALllK'^^^
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Visit This Department For Genuine Bargains.
Wool Jersey Novelty
Silks, ell shades end
Fine Wool Twills, Nov
elty Sport Woolens.
Velues to $12.50.
Semples end regular
stocks, up to $16.50
Pretty end serviceable.
Very speciel velue.
You’ll be surprised at
WIDE AWAKE CIRCLE
TO HAVE BAZAAR SATURDAY
Wide Awnko Circle of King*
Daughter* will hold a gale of fancy
article* and needle work of all
kind*, also candy, cakes and pre
serves, next Saturday November
29th at B. T’. Fpeth's hardware
store. Members plea*e phone D 493-
W on Friday and articles will be
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COUNCIL OF JEWISH WOMEN
TO HAVE CARD PARTY
The Council of Jewish Women
will have their regular monthly
card party at the Woman's Club
on Greene Street next Wednesday
November 2*th at three o'clock.
Notify Mrs. Max Tunkle or Mrs.
Morris Kline, hostess for reserva
tion of tables. Please bring score
cards and pencils.
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DANCE THURSDAY EVENING
AT C. H. 8. AUDITORIUM
The regular weekly fiance will
be given Thursday evening,
Thanksgiving Day at Catholic
High School Auditorium, Telfair
MRS. Mac FERRI*N TELLS OF
MUSIC OF FEDERATION
By Blanche Knox (Mrs. M. M.)
The music of the Federation of
Women’s Clubs held In Atlanta last
week was an Inspiration from the
singing of the Slur Spangled Ban
ner on the opening evening to,
| "Bless Be The Tie That Binds,” at
Mrs. Charles Chalmers, chairman
of program of the Atlanta Music
Club, was the director of the con
vention music and Miss Helen
Knox Spain always led the as
sembly singing. Both of these wo
men added much to the Joy and
benefits derived from this part of
It was n pleasure to have pre
sent Miss Nan Stevens, vice-presi
dent of the National Federation of
Music Clubs and Mr. Hugh B.
Hodgson the composer of the music
for the Federation's offloal song,
"My Georgia Band.” It was much
regretted that Mrs. Hugh B. Hodg
son was not present as she Is the
chairman of music of the Federa
tion. Mr. Hodgson played beauti
fully during the evening session
Wednesday which was one of the
real treats of the convention. Miss
Frances Woodbury, sister of the
beloved “Miss Rosa," sang sweotly
on Wednesday morning during the
Impressive memorial service.
The Muale Lover* Brenkfuat was
at the Atlanta Blltmore Friday
morning, with Mra. E. R. Hlnea
preaiding. The acouatlca were ao
had In the Grill room where all the
luncheon* and breakfasts were
nerved that hearing the speakers
each time waa a difficult problem,
Mr*. Hlnea anld she hoped every
one would be quiet, which remind
ed her of the man who aald he at
tended a wonderful banquet In New
York where alienee reigned till the
soup waa nerved. Mrs. Hines. In
her Inimitable manner, made her
aelf beard at once by saying that
MllledgcvHlo had gotten ahead of
Atlanta In three ways. The auda
city of this remark gained breath
less attention; she said In the first
place the clock In Mlllcdgeville waa
an hour ahead of Atlanta, secondly
that to their five thousand popu
lation they had three Junior Music
Club* and proportionately Atlanta
cannot make such a boast, thirdly
that the MllledgevlHr Music Club
had gotten out a Special Edition of
their dally paper.
Augusta Is only ahead of At
lanta In the first point, would that
we could boast of the others!
Junior Music Clubs are the hope of
the future Muslcul America and
the future Musical Augusta. Miss
Evelyn Jackson, organizer of the
Junior Music Club of Atlanta Is di
rector of Junior work of four
states. Miss Jackson aald that In
11123 In Atlanta was held the first
musical contest for Juniors In the
world since then many have been
held. She said there were fifty
Junior Clubs In Georgia.
Mrs. Armond Cnrroll, the or
ganizer of the Atlanta Music Club
sisike on the value of such nil or
ganization to a city and she said
A group of fine Wool
en Sport end Street
Germ ents, specially
s3.9s to $7.45
Odd Lot Specials
Fur Neck Scarfs
$3.95 to $6.45
95c to $4.45
Very speciel Character
THE AUGUSTA HERALD, AUGUSTA, GA.
DIX MAKE Nurses’ Uniforms,
Unusual Special Values Arranged
for Thanksgiving Week
An Opportunity to Purchase the Very Things That You Will Want For The
Season AT THE LOWEST OF THE SEASON PRICES.
Values to $59.50
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Values to $24.50
Silk Hose, $2.00 values $1.35
Silk Underwear, $3.50 value $1.95
Silk Petticoats, $4.50 value $2.45
Silk Negligees $6.95 to $16.85
Corduroy Bath Robes $2.65
Silk and Woolen Scarfs.. $1.95 to $3.85
that her club was built upon
beauty, nrt and Christianity,
Mrs. Hines quoted the old saying,
"Let me write the songs of a na
tion and I care not who makes
their laws." There Is real mean
ing In these words. She said In
part that to her, man's life waa In
only three stages, birth, marriage,
and death, which represents In our
music life preparation, growth and
fulfillment. A better protection of
songs should be brought about to
ANY GIRL GAN MAKE
“Backward, turn backward,
Oh time In your flight;
Maks me look young again,
If Just for tonight.”
“Not a day older than when 1
saw you last.” Is a compliment
every woman want* to hear. Even
men cannot keep back that smile of
satisfaction when they are told this.
Of course health has a great deal
to do with good looks. But the av
erage woman doesn't “lose” her
complexion because of sickness. It
Is usually on account of her care
lessness in thinking It Is not neces
sary to look after her skin as she
goes through life.
But Nature is grand and Indulg
ing she holds herself In readiness
so that at the first use of the
Cleansing Cream, bearing the Black
and White label, she quickly re
veals that the basis for the once
beautiful face is still there. It ha*
Juat been neglected.
The reason for this Is. that with
Black and Whl e Cleansing Cream
worked Into the pores for a few
miniit-* each night it brings out
all the accumulation of dust, ex
cess greases and powder, which ha*
kept them clogged and unable t J
show up the skin pigment which
makes rose*, in cheek* Ths won
derful Black and White Cleansing
Cream '* mt ' heavy" and does noi
overload the tkln with oils which
make It look and feel greasy nfter
nalng it. It I* economically priced,
and can be had of most any dealer
NEURALGIA & HEADACHE
MANY OTHER GRADES AT BIG PR
Values to $27.50
Closing Out Entire Stock Fall Hats, $4.50 to $1 4.50 Values $1.95 to $5.85
Advance Styles Mid-Winter Hats Special ly Priced $4.95 to $10.95
make only good ones for the homes,
the schools and the children.
The next Federation of Music
Clubs of Georgia will he held next
spring In Barnesville and It is hoped
that some one from Augusta will
go and receive a vision of the real
need of Junior organization In Au
gusta. A professional musician
cannot do this organizing for two
reasons and one is lack o ftlme. A
man or woman in the community
for the very love of It should do it
and promote It. Of course It takes
a person of brains and personality
as well as popularity.
OLD WEDDING RINGS ARE
NOW ALTERED TO FIT
There was a day when an expert
observer could determine the date
of marriage by the looks of a wed
ding ring; but the same rings now
change with the times. The business
of making over wedding rings, to
camouflage the dates concealed on
their inside surfaces, has grown
to such size thgt this line is often
advertised as a specialty at jewelry
shops. One Jeweler of the Malden
Lane district recently stated that
half his wedding ring trade consists
of remodeling, so that one of every
two engraved platinum circlets de
livered from his shop ts no more
than an old-fashioned gold ring
The practice Is not altogether
new, he hastened to explain, as
there have always been women who
felt they must keep up with the
styles in wedding rings. Wide ftnt
gold rings in their time were cut
down in the newer, narrower mode
and these were melted and cast
over again into rounded, bulging
bands. But such instance- were
rare. Most folk felt that the slight
1 differences in plain gold hands did
not warrant the changp. They pre
ferred to remain sentimental and
to preserve the mark of matrimony
as In the day It was shiny and new.
They knew that the world at large
paH no particular attention to the
details of wedding rings.
But the advent of tiny engraved
wedding rings of entirely different
material changed the outlook. Even
the passer-by could notice the dif
ference then; and so wedding ring*
. by the wholesale began going back
to the Jeweler, while women hushed
their sentimental soul* with the as
surance that, nfter all. the base of
th# ring was the original.
When the latest style In wedding
rings first appeared, most of the
remodeling consisted of cutting
down gold bands and plating them
with white metal. But this altera
tion proclaimed Itself too blatantly.
It resulted In a ring neither of the
order nor one of the new. Now
over the fragment of the old ring,
I a platinum shell is fitted and this
I is engraved with orange blossom*
i or wedding bell*. In the designs
| worn by the latest bride*.
In the last five years. It has been
estimated, the business of remod
eling wedding rings has increased
! fivefold. Boon, one shopkeeper
I prophesied, no more gold wedding
I rings will be seen except on the
| finger* of those too old to care or
[ tn the belongings of those who died
[ before they had a chance to maka
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Values to $32.50
Special lot Corsets, stylish stouts and
regular sizes, (fiO A A
values to SIO.OO
Woolen Sweaters, specially
priced $2.95 to $7.85
ICE REDUCTIONS . . $10.95 to $74.85
$'J 7 .8 5
Values to $32.50
the change, ftut It has been re
vealed that not even the belongings
of the dead are safe from alteration.
A sentimental girl may like the idea
of using her grandmother's wedding
ring, but her sentiment is suffi
ciently tempered to arrange for an
up-to-date outside shell.
What You Should Know
/Iffllf Iflfr "
about a baby's
Illness is usually due to constipation, '
Quickly give half a teaspoonful of
Dr. Caldwell’s Syrup Pepsin.
niHE young mother should
watch which foods the baby rel
ishes most, which foods and their quantity
cause distress, and act accordingly.
The good health of a baby is largely
a matter of intelligent attention to diet.
Nevertheless, in spite of your efforts you will '
sometimes notice belching, flatulence, wind and
symptoms of colicky pain.
Give half a teaspoonful of Dr. Cald- 1
weli's Syrup Pepsin, and thereafter vary the
offending food. Syrup Pespin is a laxative admira
bly suited to infants and children, as it is mild and
wholly free from opiates and narcotics.
If you delay in giving it you will soon
find the baby suffering from constipation, and that
may lead to more serious illness. Half a teaspoonful
promptly given will avoid trouble.
Many thousands of mothers have never
given their babies any other medicine but Dr. Cald
well’s Syrup Pepsin and they have successfully
raised large and sturdy families. The formula is not a
secret, being a combination of Egyptian senna with
pepsin, and agreeable aromatics. The ingredients
are stated on the package. Mrs. Dewey Walker,
Eiida. N. M., and Mrs. a Hig
ginbotham. Otter Creek, Fla.,
are among the many who are
firm believers that Syrup Pep
sin has kept their families and
themselves in good health.
No family with young
children can afford to be with-
The Family Laxative
Values to $49.50
Values to $42.50
RESTORE OLD TEMPLE.
HAGUE.—A Buddist temple of
Boro-Budur In Java Is being re
stored and preserved by the Dutch
government. The temple Is sup
posed to have been erected In that
country during the eighth or ninth
century when the Buddhist kings
were In power.
Free Sample Bottle Coupon
Thcrs are people who vtn rightly prefer to try •
thing before they buy It. Let them clip this cou
pon. pin their name end address to it, end send it
to the Pepsin Syrup Co., 518 Washington Street.
MontireUo, Illinois, end e free sample bottle of
Dr, Caldwell's Serup Pepsin will be sent them
postpaid by malL Do not inclose poetegc. It Is free.
SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 23
$ A 0-85
Values to $98.50
(Sizes 2 to 10)
Coats specially priced .. .$5.95 to $11.85
Dresses specially priced . $3.45 to $9.85
Sweaters specially priced. .$1.65 to $3.95
Hats specially priced $1.45 to $2.95
isl H| H |
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out such a household medicine. It is effective, bene
ficial and safe regardless of your age and has been
considered so for over thirty years. In consequence
it i* today the largest selling liquid laxative in the
world, over 10 million bottles being sold annually.
You will find that Syrup Pepsin quickly
brings relief in the severest chronic constipation, in
biliousness, lack of appetite, sleeplessness, headache.
Values to $50.00
INTERESTING, IF TRUE.
ROME.—Spaghetti, often associ
ated with the Italian race, has been
nationalized by nearly every other
country. Statistics have been com
piled to show that less than one
third of the spaghetti consumed In
the world is made and eaten out
side of Italy.
cankers, brd breath, and to stop
a cold or fever.
Every druggist sells it,
and the cost on the average is
less than a cent a dose. It is
guaranteed to be effective in
these symptoms or your money
will be refunded.