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SOCIETY AND CLUBS MISS MARGARET D. FORBES' Weddings MarshaU-Hammel. The Hotel GayoBo wa the Krone of n Interesting weddint on Wednesday ( temoon, when Miss Enlelle Marshall, , of Greenville, Minn., became the bride of Mr. Herbert Hammel, of Miami, Fla. The private drawing room where the ceremony took place, was beautifully decorated with palmB, ferns and a pro fusion of cut flowers, pink being the ; dominant color note of the decorative ' scheme, ' The ceremony took place at 2 o'clock. Rabbi Merfeld, of Greenville. Mis., officiating In the presence of relatives and friends. ! The brlds wore a handsome Quelle suit of blue tricotine with a becoming ; hat of brown velvet and duvetyn with accessories to match and a corsage bouquet of valley lilies and sunset roses. The only attendant was the brlde"s mother. Mrs. Bertha Marshall, of Green ville, who was beautifully gowned In black tricolette. Tho nuptial music was rendered by an orchestra, which also played during the wedding banquet, which was served In ten delicious courses. During the past week many pre nuptlal affairs were given In honor of the bride, who was t he guest of her sisters. Mrs. Ueuben Sleiffet and Mrs. Sam Schwaria. Mr. and Mm. Hemmel loft at B:Ji) o clock for a six weens stay m jew ' 'York, Washington and the Kust. after ' which, they will be at home to their ' friends In Miami, Mil. Among those from a distance pres ent at the wedding were: Mr. ano airs. Sol Klein, of Cleveland, Ohio; Mr and . Mrs. A. A. I'nrer and daughter. Hertha Marshall linger, of Atlanta, Oa.j Henry Waldauer, of Grand Junction, lenn. and Miss Bertha Marshall, of Greenville Mis. Here and There Mrs. M. K. Graves has returned Hfter iittvuiK sprni a momn us trie guest or ""inn in ,ii sMiiuuiu, i ezas. Mrs. A. L. Caradine has been wel coined home after an extended vIhII with relatives In Dallas and other points in jcxas. Mrs. Saul Rluestein has returned after a visit of several weeks with friends In Humboldt, Tenn. Mr It. N. Sawtelle will leave within n iew iiuvs tor a eiay ni t niiot s iitge Green bay. Wis. Mrs. ( T. Caradine ami Utile, son Claude. Jr., Is visiting her Mster In uram, WKia. Mrs. W. i:, Knrnes Is among the Memphlans attending the teachers' In stitute of the Kpiscopal church schools in Sewanee. Tenn. Hunter-Ivy. The marriage of Miss Ruth Hunter to Mr. Kted E, Ivy was very quietly solemnised at the parsonage of the First Haptlst cnurcn on juesoay eve ning, the Rev. A. U. Boone officiating In the presence of only relatives and a very few Intimate friends. Mr. and Mrs. Ivy left Immediately after the ceremony for a bridal trip to Atlanta and savannan, ua. Alter Sept. 1 they will be at home to their friends in juempnts. Ussery-Rains. The marriage of Miss I'aarl I'ssery to Mr. Thomas Rains was very quietly solemnised on Tuesday afternoon at the parsonage of the Second M. E. church, the Rev. F. H. Gumming officiating In the presence of a few relatives and friends. Mr. and Mrs. Rains will be at home to Friends In Mempnls after a short trip. Hern-Ford. Miss Ida May Hern, of Meridian, Miss., was married to Mr. William IS. Ford, Jr., of this city, on Tuesday even ing, the wedding having taken place very quietly at the parsonage of the Second m. k. cnurcn, tne nev. r. it. Gumming officiating In the presence of relatives and friends. Mr. Ford Is connected with the Wormser Hat Co.. In this city, where they will make their home. MERCHANTS TO OPEN BOOTH AT CHISCA The registration booth for delegates attending the Cotton States Merchants' association eighth annual three-day convention to be held in Memphis Aug. 10. It and 12. will be opened In the lobby of the Hotel Chlsra, convention headquarters, at noon Monday preceding the opening of the convention, It was announced Wednesday. Several inquiries have been received by the headquarters of the association regarding the registration and It was decided to open the registration booth at the Chlsea In place of the headquar ters in the Chamber of Commerce. TO DECIDE DATE. The dite on which the publicity com mittee of the Chamber of Commerce will Kunch its drive for Ji.WO to be . u for further their advertising cam paign will be decided at a meeting to be held by the executive committee of the publicity division Thursday at noon. LODGE NOTICES Lodge notices will be Inserted free If mailed or brought to The News Scimitar office. LODGE NOTICES. Mrs. 1,. C. Kdward nnd rlmiuliter Miss Aline, are enjoying a stay lit Dhw. son prlIlgs, ivy. Mr Saul lllnesteln. who hns Just rencneii nnme, aner several weeks stay In New York, was called to Aiierileen Miss., by the serious illness of his broth er, wno was injured in an accident. Thomas Hnire Hill has gone for a siav m tne iioy scout camp. Hardy Ark. Mrs. Renjamin N. Feld, of Clarks. dale. Miss., formerly Miss Vera llirsch Is spending a few days ns the geust of uer niutnvr, mrs. sol llirsch. Miss Nell Vance is visiting friends mid relatives in tne city, en route to her home in I'lne Hluff. Ark., after a delightful visit in Mississippi. Mrs. Miriam V. Hosea and Miss Norma Hamilton are enjovlng a so journ at Tate Spring, Tenn. Mr. V, A. Caradine, of Marvel. Ark.. Is spending a few days with his mother. Mrs. A. L. Caradine, on Greenwood street. Mrs. .1. T. Peupree has' gone to Se wanee to attend the teachers' Institute of the Kpiscopal church schools. Mrs. Robert U Cain, Jr., Is spending two weeks with friends In Wesson. Miss., before going to make her home in Charlotte, N. C. Miss Augusta Semmes, accompanied by her mother, Mrs. B. J. Semmes, has ?one to her summer home, Shingle love cottage, In Wayneaville, N. C, to remain until October. Mr. and Mrs. It. U. Baker and chil dren will be the guests of Mrs. 11. P. Bailey In her home on Madison avenue, en route from Chicago to make their future home in Florida. After attending the national conven tion of Business and Professional Wom en In St. Paul. Miss l,eora Pellette has gone to visit friends in Rochester, N. Y., for several weeks. Mrs. John O. Flautt and son, Mr. John O. Flautt, Jr., have returned from Hot Springs, Ark. Mrs. Holmes Kherard and children, after a seven weeks" stay In Los An geles stopped In Memphis for ft few days before going toher home in Sher ard, Miss. MEETINGS OP MRMFIflft WOMEN'S ORGANIZATIONS The Ulackwell Parent-Teacher asso ciation will meet Thursday afternoon at 3:30 o'clock in the home of Mrs. Gotten In Bnrtlett. A full attendance Is urged as important matters will be discussed. A benefit card party will he given on the lawn of St. Joseph's rectory, U5 St. Paul avenue, on Thursday afternoon and evening. K.uchre and MM will be played and hondsoine prises awarded. The Semper Fidelia class will meet on Thursday afternoon In the home of Mrs. H. K. Martin, 645 South Fourth street. MEMPHIS GREEKS SET PACE FOR WHOLE SOUTH WITH NEW CHURCH v- r sit ) ;'...:: ' v. ir ,., ii ' iriw. T i j i v - im i ii i j i jt t i r r ,v j i . . rt -fci'J i re "ri PW'tf Ka.J "3t 4 ink - mm mm, if 'MM? sJiisi Tne proposed new Hellenic Orthodox Church, from a drawing by Mahan A Broadwell, architects. A benefit social will be given by the Kndeavor society of the Redeemer Lu theran church on Thursday evening at 8 o'clock, at the corner of Mclemore avenue and College street. The public is Invited. Members of the Liberty club will be entertained on Thursday afternoon at 2 o'clock by Mrs o. F. Llttlejohn with a heart s party nt the Overton Pi.rk casino. Benutlftil nrlzes will be awarded for the card game and refresh ments served. Lodge notices will be inserted free If mailed or brought to The News Scim itar office. M KM PHIS CHAPTKK NO. 5. 11. A. M : Special convo cation this I Wednesday) even ing, Aug. i, for the purpose of conferring the M. K. M de gree. Visitors welcome. Supper at 6 o'clock W. S. I.APWORTH. H P. J i:. VAN TKl'.KS. Secy. PARK AVI-.M K cTlAi'Vr,l;TlT." M O. E. S., will meet in regular session this (Wednesday i evening, Aug 4, at H o'clock, Park Avenue temple. South Cooper and Carr Visitors welcome By order MRP VKRI.IK Pdl.lv'. W M. MRS. DAISY MilRTMN Secv DEATH NOTICES Death notices will he Inserted fre if presented for publication by burial director or authorized person. DEATH NOTICES. Death notices will he inserted tree if presented for publication by bun.il di rector or authorized person." WALI.ACK In this i -it v. "AuguyTT 1920. at 1 p.m. James A. Wallace, be loved husband of Mrs Georgia A Wal lace; father of Virgil. Willie. I.iura. Mary, George and lslie Wallace, of this clly; George Wallace, .,f lireen wood, Miss.; Kathleen and W.llum Wallace, brother-in-law of Mis. .I-'r-phlne Summers, of I'larksvillr, Tenn Due notice of funeral will le given Greenwood. Chicago, Cleveland. raturville, Clarksviile, Paducnh. 1iihk ton, Jackson nnd Forrest I'Hv papers please copy. Barnwell A- Spencer, un dertakers. n Florida street GWY'N At Hie resilience. je!i 'a tit" well Btreet, Richard, husband of Mrs. lxmise Gwyn; father of Sidney, Frank, Willie and Richard Gwn, Jr. graml father of Kidney Gwyn, Jr.. and Jennie Gwyn. Funeral was held at parlors of Walk er & Gates, 317 Auction avenue, Tues day, Aug. 3, lsjo. at 10 l lv, Key. Heed officiating. Interment was In Kimwood cemetery. Walker & Oaten, funeral directors. WORTHOM At the restrience. "71 Dunlnp street. LUlie. wife of Alonzo Wortliom; mother of Clemnne Peete, Samuel and Viether Worthom; daugh ter of Bill Brown; sister of Mrs Mat tie Jones, Thennia and Willie Brown; niece of Mrs. Dora Davis. Funeral Thursday, Aug. S, 132'!. from the Temple on South Welli-igton street at 1 'cltr:r. Brother G. A Sparks will officiate. Interment at Brighton, Tenn Walker Sr Qates, funeral directors JACKSON At siTimimifeT Telm" Tuesday, Aug. 3. 19:0. at :30 am.. Helen Mae Jackson, daughter of Mrs. Hattle Mae and Mr. Alex Jackson: granddaughter of little Tolbert, of Jackson, Tenn.; niece of Mrs. Horace Clark, of this city; cousin of Mrs Huhv Jones; niece of Ben Hlckey and Vir ginia Miller, of Colton. Cal. Remains lying In state at the fu neral parlors of T. H. Hayes & Sons. UNO South Lauderdale street, line no tice of funeral will be given. BROWN At residence, filH South Fourth street, Tuesday evening. Aug. t, 1920, at 9 o'clock, Mrs. Alice Brown, mother of Mrs. Sallie Lee; cousin of Due notice of funeral will be given. Barnett A Lewis Co., funeral directors, 200 Fourth street. Fhone M. 2539. CLUBDOM YOUNG WOMEN'S CLUB HAS FREE EMPLOYMENT BUREAU. It dot's not seem to be generally known that one of the most helpful activities of the Young Women's club tnational Y. W. C. A ) is a free em ployment bureau Mrs. F.vcreit, who is in charge, is very anxious that every Rirl in the city who desires employment, or who is seeking a better position, shall have a talk with In r and receive the benefit of that department of the club. Mrs. Hverett has a large list of employers who have positions open nn l all girls In the city have been asked to register their names and the kind of employment thev desire. Mrs. Hv erett will be very glad to aslsst them in securing positions for which ser vice there i4 no charge The cafeteria at the Young Women's club. K.t Madison aenue. is open to all business women and employed K,r,s. whether members of the club or not. Churches Please Register. Mrs. John o. Flautt requests that those In charge of the various ehun h. s who expect to have hazard at the Com munitv center in the fall register at once at the center. A dance will he given at the ceimr on Wednesday eveti.r.n ;,i,d en Th-.irs. day evening the swimming i l.isi v. ill be held Rt the Ilex club All w ho hav e not i a!'! their ilio s at the i 'onimiinit v eenirr are asUe I t,( do so right away United States Weather. Memphis. Tenn.. Aug 4 i ..;, 7 a m Low . Halt. Pre Atlanta M m ,s .( H:i mingliam 7 1 tlx ot Cairo M U M 'ii 1 'l.atiarioogii 7i 1.', on I'hicaKo i;s I.-,' On ' ''.ncinnail ....... :.i Tx i 'orpus 'hns: 1 . . so '. x . . u.i I'l I'aso ;t ;j ,e Fori Smith 'it 1.0 M "11 lialVesfnll .so ;x Xi, "1 IfaMeras 7t : 1 7'1 .to Helena ,v; . no Jaclisonville 74 7J X4 "'J Knowiile tlx , 4 V4 ,,il Little Hock t.4 i.J xt ,m I-oillsville 1:4 .,) ,i ,ei. Macon i,X in j i.f, M KM PI IIS 'Hi i.l s-i 'I" .Montgomery ... ,7n i,x 4 ,.i Nashville Til i.x X( fl.i New 1 irleans ... ..7x 7ti .no 1 iklahoma fit y . . . .7" i.x xx mi 1'arkerstmrg ., . 1,,: i,.i 7s 1,1 Ualeigh Kt 7x .no San Atitonb 7r. 7i !v ,nn San Pi atieieoo ... f.t ;, t.4 nu Slirevelorl li'l U4 . !il'i Modern Home Facilities FUNERAL DIRECTORS Madison Ave. at Fourth St. Tel. Main 810-811. Memphis. Superior Ambulance Service. V7lth the laving of the cornerstone of the new Hellenic Orthodox church at Poplar nnd Third. Greeks of .Mem phis have taken another stop in show ing more civic pride and progresslvc ness than In any other city id the South. This church when completed. about November 1, will cost more than IS0.000. and is one of the best exam ples of architecture. In the way of edi fices in this section of tho country. Building of the chinch and the per manent. Improvements put forward by Greek residents of Hie clly carry with them more than the mere' expenditure of money. They have planned lliese places in order to build for themselves In Memphis a permanent home, where they can hnve their church, schools and conveniences. It means that the old idea of remaining In America a few years nnd then returning to their native shores has been discarded They are casting their lot Willi America and are building for future generations. Mem phis leads the South in this work and has won commendation from public men and publications throughout the country Simple and impressive services marked the laying of the cornerstone. Rev. Dionyslos Theodosloii. in charge of the Memphis congregation led these ser vices while the stone was laid by Charles Sterglus. Move Years Old. Completion of the edifice will crown wllh success a movement started more than three years ago by Rev. Theo dosloii nnd the church board. One of the most prominent workers in this campaign has been Chris h'vitns, treas urer of tile board, who has handled Ihe general public details. racing :i task that for the tinie seemed almost hope- loss, these men have worked on until sufficient funds were available for the construction. Other members of the hoard are: Victor Johnson, president ; B. K. Nich ols, secretary; M. Therry, s. Vryonis, I.nuls Holloas and Chimes Sousulas, directors. When the church Is dedicated, whlen date is tentatively set for the early part of November, Bishop Alexander Rodostolou of New York city will hnve charge of the ceremonies. He Is the head of the church in the United States and rated as one of the most powerful church officials In this country In his jurisdiction, which includes parishes In every section, ho is looked upon as as one of the most learned men of the race. This will be bis first trip to Memphis and he has consented to come after being In close touch with the work of the local church. other speakers of national repute will participate in the dedication ser vices nnd the occasion made one to mark a new era for the Greek popula tion. Will Build School. It Is announced that soon after the completion of the church plans will be made for construction of a school for Greek children where they will be In structed in their native languages and other courses like those in the public schools of the city. This school will be one of the largest nfaflrs of Its kind In the country and It Is expected that patronage will be drawn from sev eral neighboring states. In connection with the church work the successful fight of the parent body against Turkish dominance forms an Interesting chapter. Through a hard campaign, this church saved more than 9.000,0(10 Greeks for its parishes and rescued them from becoming followers of Mohammed. It Is because of this fact that Premier Venlzelos of Greece Is now making his demands on Turkey for the restoration of that part of the country populated by Greeks but held under Turkish dominion. Much In terest In the final settlement of thiF question is being manifested by Mem phis people. In the donations for the new church two named have been announced as contributors to the cornerstone fund. These are Mr. Stergios and Charles Apostolus, former president of the con gregation. The congregation of the Hellenic Or thodox church Is composed of about 300 Greeks In the city of Memphis. This number Is increasing rapidly and Is expected to reach 600 within a com paratively Hhort time. July Permits For Building Exceed Totals For June Totals for building permits issued during July exceed thbse for June by more than 1210.000, according to a re port compiled by officials In the city building Inspector's office, the July total being given as $809,315. as compared with a total of $f.L'5.!)00 for last month. The total for July, 11113, was JSIIS.IOO. According to the report, brick and concrete commeninl ami mercantile buildings lead the list with a value of f36d,ono. representing four buildings. Frame residences were valued at $ 73, !' 7 while brick and stucco resiliences to taled $l(i.r,iii. Tile ami stucco resi dences were given lis $."i0.fMIU. The report includes ."ill permits for frame repairs. 'iX.(iiiu lor brick addi tions. 118,,'ifiO for garages and servants' houses, and $iti.0"0 for brick veneer buildings. only one permit was is sued for a frame store building, which is a decided decrease over last month's record. Anticipating the winter. $ 1 . i On worth of steam healing equipment was installed, 4,J.'i was spent for hot-air system, and 11. Him for hot water, per mits for signs were valued at $Kn. and for gasoline pumps and tanks, 11.00. Ill addition to the above. 137 elevators were inspected. Total revenue collected by the clly for the month of July by this department was fj.tcr,. TRI-STATE BRIEFS MERIDIAN', Miss. Dr. J. C. Robin son, arrested on a charge of violating the antlnareotic law In the purchase and dispensing or larse quantities of morphine unlawfully and not In the course of his professional practice of medicine and failure to keep a record of dispensing same as required by law. has made bond of $500 before I. S. Commissioner Moody Price and been released. TALK TRAFFIC MATTERS. Discussion of traffic conditions and of plans to speed up the movement of freight in general marked a meeting of officials of the Mobile & Ohio rail road in Memphis at Hotel 'hisca Tues day evening. The conference was called by Walter Shipley, traffic man ager, with headquarters in St. Louis. SAY "DIAMOND DYES" Here And There With Traffic Men Inrivast'fl cost of on. rutii'ti wis..m1 tin- rajfitiK uf monihU rnniii- tui irons to Oh' Illinois ntrai h"spir;i from fill ct-nls to 7ii o'nti, This amount is b.iiivfcl to hv MiffirWnt to ni-iM nil rxi. nst-N. pnn's streak or ruin your material In a poor lvo. ItiHtM on "Iiamond Pyea." Knsy directions in every package, adv. GIRLS! LEMONS j BLEACH; WHITEN T j j Make Lemon Lolion to t f f 1.,M . !;.. r v T I Double Re.nitv of Your Skin ', It. Sin villi, t riffle r- pr"-t'iU ;tl ivt' in MftnnliU ten iior . in tit M issisMiu.i lookuiR after interests 'f tin- N n K . f I'iate lines. i ' K. Hothw.-ll, Little Ho.-U, assist -;mi! K-'iirnil passenni-i an-n! of the M r-s"iii i I'aeifii , is m .Mr ir.phis on .tn xflit lal ttUMtiesM trip '!' 1, .1. lining, traffie a Kent of the Si ut hern I'aeifi.'1 with hea.i.iviarters in M mphK on a tour of siwr.il Ten- lirsei: tn )s - A I1 Miirhi'ws, dm Moti passenger .ik nl "f ihe rns.'i, lit,) s. tt.t.v in .l.tek ftin M"ii'i,i and Tued.n . - '"I. A II Kuan, m iot.,! mij. net. n dent ; V It.uttnrr. Mi mp)i:- division mi pet in; end. n t . a n i M . M - - r, n di IMott elli'it e , ,;'! . till. Sd.i f.'l ;ii inspeettmi t - mi .-f ihe - M 'v line.-- An i'lri . a in 3 t i ! n r,i : es f rm to ? " a ni' iilii lias In .'ii ordered 'V the dir.-, (!.; ..f Mo- .Mi- -our i Pa- fif ;e TN' pe a r.it i II I'en: a !tl Ml ef - feet until ord-? . .1 tTNe, n: i:an d and is t re. it- ( as an eniet :eio laeasura the hn;h li i"tr " t I'.i t Squeeze the juice of two lemons Into a bottle eontattiinK three ounce of irreh.'ird White whirh ran be had Bt any di uk Htore. shake well and you have a .Kart.T pint of harmless and delight ful lemon bleaeh for a few cents. Massage thin sweetly fragrant lotion into the face, neck, arms and hands riu'h day. then shortly note the beauty ut your skin. Ka nauis staj;e bea ut ies use lemon ju.e.- 'o bleaeh and brine thnt Poftt eii :ir, ros -white complexion. lemons have always been used as a freckle, sunburn and tan remover. Make this ut and try it. adv. in AN OVERBURDENED WIFE If the work Hint women do nnd the rains il;ey Miff, r emilil le measured In fmures, vliat u ternlde array they s-.uld i. n sent' Thruiinh .tfylh I. uifelinr.il anil motherhood woman toils on, often Mifferim; witli haekaelie, l';tins Hi side, head.'H'lles and llervollM lies uhieh are lell-lale syinitoni.s of olK, illlo derannenient.M w lliell l. (lla 1-;. 1 'inli h.i in's riir'n I ile f 'o 1 1 1 1 o 1 1 ti 1 1 made from roots and heihs ran undoiihtedly eot r. i t. Vouiell elio stlt't'i r hould Hot Kio up l-.ope until they have iven it a trial adv. Hair Often Ruined By Careless Washing Keeps 1 1 air In Curl On Hot or Windy Days ii- i. 1 1 tin i.et iit, ,i;v "wor'h wlole." .1 1 1 s t apply a I little liuuld nilMieritif lnfi.ru ihnin,- 1111 ; the hair, iimiiu a lean ti.oth hrush for the i iirpo- e, tlrawniK tiiii. it.wti llir l:;nr . from cpuMi to tip In thr. hours yoii ! will have as heaiitifol cut's and waves j ns von eoiild wish (or The wavi. .-. ! will lo.-k fo natural no one will k o ss IT uas urtifniailv' inMpnred And ill will hist i vi r i-'o lonr. reKardless nf heat, wind or d.ip.pioss You ran ohlain lliitiid silmerine at nnv druc store mid .1 few oiitioes will las! a lontc lime. It In tn itlo r dti.-ky nor sreasv' and Is pleasani to use. It Ik douhly useful heeause of also serv inu ns a heurfioial drissinp. keeiilriK the hair soft, tulky and lustrous. Adv, Soap should he Us. d very earefully, if nil w ant to keep your hair looking its lust. Most soaps and prepared sham poos (oniam too inueli nlkaii. This drl. s ihe scalp, makes the hair brittle, and ruins it. T'ie h. st Hone for steady use is jtll Ml'ied encoanut oil shampoo (which is pur.- and sn aseli ss i , and Is hett,.r lxn anlhuiK " Ise you can use, due or two leaspoonfuks wiil i icinsi! the hair nnd scalp thoroiii;l.ly. Simply moisten the hair with water and rub It in. It makes an abundance of lien, creamy lather, which rinses out easily, romovlnK every particle of dust, dirt, dandruff and excessive nil. The hair dips imiekly and nenly. and it leaves the scalp soft, anil the hair fine anil silky, briKht, lustrous, fluffy and easy lo inn nu e. You can iret Mulsified rocoanut nil shampoo at any pharmacy. It's very cheap, and a few tninrea will supply vvrry member of the family (or months. adv. Memphian To Study Foreign Buildings In Tour Of Europe Richard J. Reran, local architect of the firm of Kenan Weller, sails from New York Thursday tn study Kuropean architecture. He expects to visit the principal cities of England, France, Bel gium and Germany and will he gone for the remainder of. the Bummer. Mr. Kenan Is making- his tour with the special Knights of Columbua pil grimage to Mot, where the costly statue of Lafayette will be unveiled with fitting ceremonies late In August. Tho statue is the gift of the Knights of Columbus and will he formally ac cepted bv Marshal Foch. The party is limited to 1,000 knights, representing every state In the union. Hundreds Attend Funeral Of Hanley INDIANAPOIIS. Aug. 4. Funeral services were held here today for J. Frank Hanley. former governor and prohibition worker, who was killed Sunday at Pennison, O., when a train struck an automobile In which he was riding. Hundreds of the former governor's political associates - and others who worked with him In his efforts to bring about prohibition, attended the funeral, which was held at the Meri dian Street Method'st Kpiscopal church. Rev. Hiram W. Kellog. as sisted by Bishop Frederick Deland Teete, conducted the services. The body was taken to the former gover nor's boyhood home at Willlamsport, Ind., for burial this afternoon. iSaggggggg; White Footwear Sale Famous Queen Quality Make Your Unrestricted Choice of Any White Reigncloth Pump, Tie, Oxford, Also Several Styles of White Kid - Pumps TRAVELER. ENDS LIFE. ASHEVILLE, N. C, Aug. 4 J. W. Mc.Cue, of Vinton, Va., near Roanoke, a traveling salesman, committed sui cide here last night by drinking half a bottle of poison, severing the arteries In both wrists, cutting his nrniB and attempting to slash the Jugular vein, according to the police. On the back of a notebook was found this brief message, address to his wife and four children: "Good-bye, my darling wife and chil dren." ' PftOhPT AMBULANCE. 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