THE NEWS SCIMITAR.
TUESDAY, DKCKMBIR 7, 1920.
NEWS OF SOCIETY AND CbUBS
MltiS MARGARET B. I-ORRF
MRS. GERBER ENTERTAINS FOR
; DEBUTANTES AND VISITOR
f Mrs. William E. Gcrber was the
claiming hostess at one of the most
elaborate and thoroughly artistic
luncheons of the season on Tuesuay
afternoon when she entertained com
plimentary to three pretty debu
tantes. Misses Mildren Johnson,
Louise Ann Roberts and Louise Dale,
and a pretty visiting girl, Mins Mil
dred Nelson, of Kansas City, Mo.,
who la Mrs. Gerber's house guest
Aa a compliment to the Club de
Dix, formed by tho debutantes, the
large table was arranged in the form
of the Roman numeral X., and was
beautifully decorated, couleur de rose
being the prevailing note In the dec
orative scheme. ' In the center of the
table was a large French basket
filled with fragrant Mme. Butterfly
roses and stevla, while radiating
from the centerpiece to the four ends
of the table were growing cyclemen,
caught with deep pink bows, alter
nating with pink tapers glowing in
sliver candlesticks, while pink rose
cups held salted nuts. Kach place
was marked by a rosebud and the
places for the honorees, one at each
end of the X, were specially desig
nated by corsage bouquets of pink
roses and valley lilies.
for the afternoon, Mrs. Gerber,
who Is always a most gracious host
ess, was handsomely gowned In
brown lace over satin trimmed with
bands of gold -ribbon.- The honor
guests were all. exquisitely gowned;
Miss Nelson wearing a draped
French model of blue panne velvet;
Miss Roberts, black chiffon velvet
trimmed with bands of Jetted net
over cloth of gold, with a gold lace
hat with touches of American
Beauty; Miss Johnson, black net em
broidered In blue beads over black
satin with a black velvet hat trimmed
with a bird of Paradise, and Miss
Dale, pearl gray canton crepe
trimmed in two shades of gray, with
a gray velvet hat trimmed with gray
Among those so fortunate as to be
included in Mrs. Gerber's guest list
Misses Mildred Johnson, Louise
Dale, Louise Ann Roberts, Louise
Hobertson, Louise Richardson, Mary
Budd Stewart, Ellen Craft, Margaret
Oates, Minor Banks, Mettle Dun
comb, Elizabeth Hill, Virginia
Meacham, Alice Lake, Mary Mallory
Harris, Marie Cordes, Elizabeth Jor
dan, Barbara Smith, Adele Orgi'.l,
Jessie Latham, Louise LeMaster,
Frances Cole, Ruth Renkert, Elsa
Gerber, Lucile Warwick, Lucy Dll
lsrd. Anne Leatherman, Judith Hunt
Campbell, Gertrude Russell, Natalie
Da van t, Anne Carter, Blanche Cu
tter, of Clarksdale, Miss.; Marguerite
Mountcastle, of Knoxville; Con
stance Dibble and Bern ice Meyer, of
New York; Mmes, Tlmmons L.
Treadwell, IL, H. Henry Lake. Ed
ward Falls, William T. Black, W. S.
Black, Thomas N. Coppedge. Harold
Scott, Arthur Fulmer, Leon Stephens,
Jack Hays, Rees Lee, ' Everett fid-
geon, Henry Craft, Jr., and Nugent
MRS. CLAPP TENDERS
LOVELY TEA FOR VISITORS
One of the most charming and at
tractively planned teas of tho season
was given by Mrs. Aubrey Clapp on
Tuesday afternoon In her home on
Avalon place in honor of two popu
lar out-of-town visitors, Mrs. Jere
Clapp West, of Bedford, Pa., and
Mrs. Kennedy Clapp, of Boston,
Mrs. Clapp's home was artistically
decorated in pink chrysanthemums
and ferns. Tho tea table was draped
In lace over satin with a centerpiece
formed of pink taperH in silver hold
ers veiled in pink tulle and caught
with butterly bows of the same.
Smilox formed a border about the
dainty cloth and pink rose baskets
held tho pink mints.
Mrs. Cinpp was gowned to receive
her guests in a frock of pink satin,
embroidered in gold, with which she
wore a corsage bouquet of orchids
and valley lilies. Mrs. Kennedy
Clapp was gowned in blue and green
double-toned satin with trimmings
of hand-made French flowers. Her
corsage bouquet was of Sweetheart
roses and valley lilies.
On account of Illness In the home,
Mrs. West was unable to attend,
much to the regret of her many
friends, who had the pleasure of en
Joying Mrs. Clapp's hospitality.
The guest list included about 100
friends of the honorees and hostess.
Lodge notices will be Inserted without
charge If mailed or brought to The
New Scimitar office.
PARK AVEN'UK LODGE NO.
VV 62, f. ft A. M., will confer the
M. M. degree tonight at 8
clock, Masonlo Temple, corner Cooper
and Carr avenue. Visiting brothers in
vited. C. K. CRAIO. W. M.
LLOTD L. GOUGH, Secretary.
-Jt MEMPHIS LODGE NO. 118,
XX K A. M.. will hold their an
V" nual stated meeting this (Tues
day) svening, Dee. 7, 1820. at 8 o'clock.
Election of officers for ensuing year.
Visiting brethren fraternally Invited.
- By order
: CHAS. E. LODGE. W. M.
- jKurm: n., a. Kuuu, secretary.
f 7 meeting of the four bodies
I I of the Ancient and Accept-
l i J ed Scottish Rite will be held
I r4M this (Tuesday) evening at
M 8 o'clock, at Cathedral,
' Inlon and Dunlap street,
Vuitlng brethren welcome.
; E. A. ROM K, Venerable Master.
CHAS. A. PRICE. Wise Master.
U D. BEJACH, Preceptor.
C. A. MELRAVY,
Master of Kadosh.
a. M. wmris, secretary.
LEILA SCOTT LODGE NO.
VV Ms, P. & A. M . will confer
the E. A. degree this (Tuesday)
evening. Dec. 7, W2U. at 8 o'clock, Vis
iting brethren welcome.
Jl'LR'S ALPER1N, W. M.
L. GOODWIN. Secretary.
r Death notices will be Inserted with
out charge If presented for publication
by burial director or authorised person.
DEN80N At the residence of her
daughter, rear 317 Union. Alondav, Dec.
J, i o'clock a.m., Annie Denson, age
5 years, beloved wife of Jessie Den
aon, of Kansas City. Mo.; mother of
James, Howard and Mrs. Annie Lump
Kins: grandmother of Oertrude and H.
Remains lying In state at the parlor
Of McCoy & Joyner, 91 South Fourth
street. Due notice of funeral will be
given. (Kansas City, Mo.. Pine Bluff,
Ark., Muskogee, Okla., papers please
JOHNSON At residence, "903 " Kerr
avenue, Monday evening. Dec. . 1920.
t :25 o'clock. Andrew, husband of
Mollis Johnson, aged 7 vears.
Funeral will take place from resi
dence. Due notice of time will be given.
NELSON Suddenly in this city.
Monday afternoon. Dec. . 190. at 4
'clock, James, son of Sandy Nelson;
father of Robert Nelson; brother of Mrs.
Anna Sandford and Mrs. Laura pevton;
brother-in-law of William E. Peyton
and a host of relatives and friends to
mourn their loss.
- Due notice of funeral will be given
by T. H. Hayes & Sons.
KELLY Suddenly. In this city. Tues"
day morning. Dee. 7. 19a). at 3:30
o'clock, Patrick W., husbund of OIrii.
nd father of Patrick Kelly. Jr.; son
of Mrs. Annie Kelly, and brother of
Edward and Miss Kato Kelly, aire 32
Funeral will take place from resi
dence. 882 Orphanage avenue. Due no
tice of time will be given, (St. Louis,
Mo., papers copy.)
MR. RICHARDSON INTRODUCES
LOVELY DEBUTANTE NIECE
Mr. Willam Roohardson, assisted
byMrs. John Richardson, will intro
duce his lovely young niece. Miss
Louise Richardson, one of the sea
son's popular debutanoes, to several
hundred of his friends at a brilliant
ball at the Country dug on Tuesday
evening. Miss Richardson's charm
ing house guests. Misses Constance
Dibble and Bernice Meyer, of New
York, will also bo specially favored
In the living room, where the
guests will be greeted by the host
and honorees with their escorts, as
sited by Miss RichardBon'9 mother,
giant mistletoe white chrysanthe
mums, arranged in large baskets,,
will adorn the tables and the two
mantels will be banked with South
ern smilax and golden yellow pom
pon chrysanthemums, while South
ern smilax will veil the side lights.
In the ballroom, where the orches
tras will discourse popular music for
dancing thrdughoutthe evening, the
musicians will be screened by a bow
er of palms and ferns at either end
of ther oom, while Southern smilax
will wreath the lights.
Mrs. Richardson will be hand
somely gowned for the evening In
black chiffon velvet with touches of
white satin and lace.
Mr. William Francis will receive
with Miss Richardson, who will be
gowned in ruse pink satin draped In
beautiful lace embroidered in pink
crystal beads In flower designs, the
butterfly draperies being caught at
the waistline at the back with a pearl
ornament. Her flowers were Ophe
lia roses and valley lilies. .
Mr. Herbert Richardson will re
ceive with Miss Meyer, who will be
gowned In a green sequin robe com
bined with black velvet and will
carry a bouquet of pink Killarney
roses and valley lilies.
Mr. Walter Woods will receive
with Miss' Dibbie, who will wear
flame-colored chiffon trimmed with
gold flowers and gold lace and will
carry a bouquet of Yellow Tea roses
and valley lilies., ,
Midway of the evening a delicious
supper menu will be served to the
guests, about 800 of whom will have
the pleasure of being present.
MISS RICHARDSON AND GUESTS
HONOREES AT BOX PARTY
if- r,.h irnlev entertained a
few friends with a box party at the
ihAntor nn Mnnduv eve
ning complimentary to Miss LouiBe
Richardson ana ner Burnm,
uiA Mover ' nnri Constance 1Mb-
un im " . - j -
ble of New York. After the theater
the members of the party enjoyed
supper and informal dancing at the
Peabody hotel. Mrs. John Richard
son assisted Mrs. Ensley in chaper
oning the young people.
KRANSIOLI At residence of par
ents, 76 North Evergreen street. Mon
day evening, Dec. g, i20, at 9:40
o'clock. William Bernard, son of Steve
and Ethel Maslno KTansioli. aged 2
years and 8 months; brother of Aurella
nd Steve Fransioli, Jr.
Funeral will take place from residence
tomorrow (Wednesday) afternoon at 2
o'clock. Services at the Sacred Heart
church at 2:30 o'clock. Friends of tho
family invited. Interment In Calvary
cemetery. (Vlcksburg, Miss., papers
JOHNSON At residence. ""90lKTrr
avenue, Monday evening, Dec. 6, 1920,
at (:2G o'rlock, Andrew, husband of
Motile Johnson, aged 74 years.
Funeral will take place from rest
dence. Due notice of time will be
, IXWENBERO At7edenceo7'Tier
daughter, Mrs. John E. Levy, 76 North
Evergreen street, Monday evening, Dec.
, 1920. at :40 o'clock, Mrs. Mary E.
Lo wen berg, aged 67 years; mother of
Mrs. Estelle Henley and Mrs. John E.
Levy: sister of Mrs. Margaret Hevey;
.grandmother of Charles, Elisabeth. Cor
nell and Novell Planer and Erskine E.
Funeral will take place from rest
dence tomorrow (Wednesday) morning
ft :I0 o'clock. Services at the Sacred
Heart church at 8:45 o'clock. Friends
of the family invited. (Vlcksburg, Miss,,
papers please copy.)
..an, nrottv wefldincr was cele-
i,t,i Kutnrilnv evenlne in the par
lors of the Court Avenue church,
when Miss Lessie Tnompson uecamu
the bride of Mr. E. T. Iturber, and
Mi nnhv Thnmnson the bride of
Mr. O. C. Peterson, tho same cere
mony uniting toth sisters.
Tha h-l.l.. tivirA units of brown
dnvst'vn with accessories in har
mony," and each wore a corsage bou
quet of Bride roses.
Mrs. E. E. Norwood, sister of the
nnr( Mrs A. W. Watts were
matrons of honor, and Mr. E. B. Nor
wood acted as groomsman, the mar
riage being solemnized uy me iwv.
IX n llnfstenrl. mmtnr of the church.
In" the presence of close relatives.
After a brief trip uom coupies win
make their homes in Memphis.
Saturday afternoon at 4 o'clock in
the presence of the Immediate fam
ily, Miss Margaret E. Turner and
Mr. Wyatt Morton Wolf were united
in marriage, the Rev. Thomas S.
Mr. and Mrs. Wolf will reside in
New York city.
The home of Mrs. J. S. Ostby In
Highland heights was the scene of a
pretty wedding on Monday evening
at 6 o'clock, when Miss Sadie Maude
("halsma became the bride nf Mr. B.
M. Stroud, the Rev. Mr. Baghy, pas-
At The Capital
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MISS LUCILLE M'GRATH.
Mia. T.ncllln McGrath. daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Justin McGrath, of
n'ooiiint'lnn n. c... is Drominent in
resident social circles at the national
caoital. She Is one of the seasons
tor nf the Hleht Heights Methodist
. Mr. and Mrs. Stroud left for a
wedding trip to Georgia and Florida,
and after aJn. 17 win oe at nome in
MRS. TREADWELL WILL
COMPLIMENT DEBUTAN 1 ca
MV. TMmmnna T.onin Treadwell II.
nrlll ontertnin flelicrhtf nil V With an
afternoon at bridge on Wednesday
nftnrnnnn Tier IB in her home on
Union avenue, in special compliment
to two charming young upoumniea,
Misses Mildred Johnson and Louise
BAILEY-BECK WEDDING TO
BE SOLEMNIZED Wfcurc tauT
Tho mnrriii nf MUsi Marcuerlte
TtaiiAtr riniifhtpr nf Mr. and Mrs.
James Porter Bailey, to Mr. Karl
Ross Beck, of Kort Dodge, Iowa, will
take place on Wednesday afternoon
at S:S0 o'clock, at the McLemore
Avenue Presbyterian church, the Rev.
J. W. Orr. pastor or me cnurcn, oi-
INFORMAL DiNNER IN
HONOR Or MISS SMI in
Mrs. John Richardson and Miss
t,,ia mharrlHnn will entertain the
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members rf the Smith-Buroh bridal
parlv Informally at dinner on Wed
nesday evening complimentary to
Miss Barbara Smith, whose marriage
to Mr. J. C. Brown iiurcn win ne an
event of special interest on Thursday.
Here and There
in- wininm H Stovall. of StovaW.
Miss., is the guest of Mrs. M. E.
Carter, In her home on Central avenue.
Mr. and Mrs. E. R. Turley will
have the pleasure of having with
fur the holidays, their son, Mr.
Thomas B. Turley, of Dallas, Texas.
Miaea Frances Stratum and Nell
Ml K nmniw HlA tirftttV
l OOKB Will ....u..f, , ------
school girls welconied home for the
holidays, incy win nunc
National Cathedral, Washington, on
iii unmnhrevH will return
i,..i in K'ew York to sDend
the holidays with her parents, Mr.
and Mrs. Hugh Humphreys.
Ai,ic. n. Tonev. well-known
Nashville man, is in Memphis on
Mr. Vrlerson Moore is spending
a few days in Helena. Ark.
f Tunica. Miss.,
Is the attractive guest of Mrs.
Here's the Gift
for the men folks a box of ten good
ricars for 1.n. Popular brands. I.
t-. .r.v adv.
. W. Norris & Co.
275 Madipon. Telephone 585.
We have on hand a lot of
"out of pawn" Overcoats
and Suits as R-ood as new.
also a few misfits at a
Herman Crohn's Loan Office
108 Beale Avenue
In . iiii) .M
Say It With Flowers
He.iutitcW Cut F lowers, Beautiful Baskets,
Boxes of Plants, Standards and Pot Plants for
the holidays. Order now for Xmas delivery.
W. II. Englehart, Pres.
80 South Main
2.1 1 Kat Street
riiono Main 1738; Nljrht I'lione, Hem. 480.
LADIES' CIVIC CLUB WILL
ENTERTAIN AT HOSPITAL
The members of the Ladles' Speed
way Civic club have planned a de
liKhtful evening for the pleasure of
the patients in the Marine hospital
on Wednesday, when they will pre
sent a program at the hospital at
Mrs. L. D. Scott is chairman of the
committee in charge of the program,
which will be rendered by the fol
Miss Cleo Miller, who will be heard
in piano numbers; Mrs. E. J. Har
rison and little Miss Ruth Miller, In
readings; Mrs. Alldla M. Black, in
ukulelo selections; a trio composed
of Messrs Robert Griffin, John Day
and John Scruggs, In instrumental
numbers and members of St. Mary's
Catholic church choir, with Mr.
Percy Todd, Mr. Herman Mendon
and Mr. J. H. Lee as soloists and
Miss Mary O'Callaehan as arrorru,.i.
Every member who Is Interested is
urged to be present Wednesday
morning at 10:!;0 o'clock at the meet
ing of the home economics depart
ment of the Nineteenth Century club.
Mrs. Mary Baker will demonstrate
making of Christmas candles, which
should be of especial interest at tne
present time. Lunch will be served
at the close of the meeting.
Mrs. M. M. Gatman calls a meet
ing of all officers and chairmen of
the Pilgrim tercentenary committees
for Friday afternoon at 2 o'clock
sharp at the Hotel Guyoso.
St. Luke's Bazar.
The annual luncheon and bazar of
St. Luke's guild will be held Wednes
day in the home of Mrs. I. H. Barn
well, 1733 Peanody avenue. ine
bazar opens at 10 o'clock and lunch
eon will be served from 10 to 2
o'clock. There will be a market
table of home-made cakes, pickles,
pies and in fact all kinds of good
things to eat, besides the many hand
made articles appropriate for gifts.
Tim Mnrlon circle of the Klns's
Daughters will meet Wednesday af
ternoon at 3 o'clock with Mrs. E.
Francis, 1337, Peabody avenue.
Union Bazars at Center.
Tho Community center is a busy
and interesting place these days.
Twenty different organizations,
churches and associations are hold
ing bazars up there and many beau
tiful articles, appropriate for Christ
mas gifts, can be purchased at rea
sonable prices. The bazars will con
tinue the entire week.
On Wednesday afternoon the Jew
ish Ladies' aid will have charge of
the program which will be rendered
at 3:30 o'clock by Miss Berdie Kohn,
Mrs. L. Simon. Miss Ruth Cohen,
Miss Ruby Kabakoff and Miss Mamie
The regular meeting of Shake
speare class will be held on Thurs
day at 3 p.m.. at the home of Mrs.
Mark Davis, Uatead of Friday, . as
that is the urt department at Over
ton park. The leader, Mrs. Eugene
Greener, has selected for the study
Henry VI, scene II.
Maury Association Bazar.
The Parent -Teacher association of
Maury school will hold its annual
Christmas bazar on Saturday, Dec.
18, at Rhodes' furniture stores. All
kinds of practical hand-made arti
cles, as well as dolls and toys will
be for sale. All friends of the school
and the public are invited.
MKETING8 OP MEMPHIS
Success division No. 159, G. I. A.
to B. nf T.. V.. will moot WArlno.pn.!
afternoon at 1:30 o'clock at Graves
nun, corner jicL,emore avenue and
Rnvburn boulevard. Tho le,.Mnr. n
officers will be held.
The regular business meeting of
the Beethoven club will be held on
Wednesday morning at 10:30 o'clock
at the Woman's building. The board
or directors will meet at 10 o'clock.
All members are asked to be pres
The Current Topics class of the
Nineteenth Century club, of which
Mrs. Mary L. Beccher is chairman,
B-l. , "f -ii; TO
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Rolling sailor of satin antique with
cleft In front which is filled with
two sides of King Goura. A Joseph
will meet Wednesday morning at
10:30 o'clock. Miss Percy Patteson
will be the leader for the day. An
interesting program will be rendered.
Cigars for Xmas.
All famous Havana cigars. Epoca
and other popular brands at Samel
eon's. Boxes of 10 for $1.00 and
up , av-
; STOLEN AT DEPOT
Four Pouches Rifled While
Awaiting Dixie Flyer.
(By International News Service.)
"hj Aili i 1 ), 7 fc'nnr iMiuches
of registered mall, stolen from the
Knglewoou union station, wmio
n.oitintr tn Vip tint, nhnnrd the "Dixie
Flyer," on the Chicago & Eastern
Illinois railroad, are sougni oy wi
police today, with four men believed
to have stolen them. Whether the
pouches contained anything of value
has not been determined.
LONDON. Dec. 7. The govern
ment was again defeated in the
house of lors when an amendment
proposing n new clause in the new
home rule bill, offered by the Mar
quis of Salisbury, was carried by a
vote of 61 to 60. This amendment
provided that neither the Northern
nor the Southern parliament should
be established under the king's au
thority and the protection of the
rights and liberties of all persons in
both Northern and Southern Ireland
were fully assured, and that other
wise the appointed day for putting
the act In force should be fixed by
resolution of the imperial parliament.
Is now serving evening dinners
by reservation. Special Sunday
evening table d'hote dinner Jl.
Gipp's Mates ,
To Give Blood
To Save His Life
(By International New Service.)
SOUTH BEND. Ind., Dec. 7.
Teammates of George Glpp. famous
Notre Dame halfback, planned today
to give their blood In the hope of
saving the life of Glpp. who has been
critically 111 here for the past two
weeks. H. Anderson and Larsen,
linesmen, who played with Glpp, had
their blood tested yesterday tor
transfusion Into Gipp's body.
Gipp has shown no Improvement
since Saturday, physicians said to
day, and it Is feared that he can not
continue the fight much longer In his
Arrangements for the proposed
game on Christmas day with the;
team of the Pacific fleet at San
Francisco, are held In abeyance
pending the outcome of Gipp's ill
ness. Departure ol the Notre Dome
team for the coast Is contingent upon
SEES END OF LEAGUE.
BERLIN, Dec. 7. Vorwaerts, the
socialist organ, discussing the with
drawal of Argentina from the assem
bly, expresses the belief this action
presages dissolution of the league of
nations in its present form and the
formation of "a new and more demo
cratic league," embracing all the civi
lized nations of the world. The
newspaper characterizes Argentina's
decision to withdraw as "a noble ex
BREAD PRICE CUT.
DALLAS, Texas. Dec. 7. Retail
prices of 16-ounce loaves of bread
were reduced here toda" from 12 to
10 cents, and 2 -ounce loaves from
18 to 15 cents. The reduction was
announced by a number of the larg
Fay-Bell Gift Shop
In trie piccaamy
The Tiny Shop Tetmlno With
Y-i i.. Tklnm In, rhrlitms,-
Select Your Clirlstmaa Cards In
105 South Court Main 2218
Hear the Famous
rn J I "Southern
xumgui,: Syncopators" ,
Now remodeled for winter. Dance
on ' our' glassy smooth floor.
You'll see your friends here.
W. L. VESEY, Mgr.
At your Best, as you are, a gift with the
personal touch and a dozen gift prob
lems solved, with
At Christmas, the most individual gift
you can give will have greater charm,
loveliness and fuller personality if
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HANDSOME SILK LINED CASES LEND
VAK1F.TV TO GIFT SELECTIONS
H0R0CGHLY feminine and dainty are many new
patterns displayed in dressing table accessories for
tho Christmas gift seeker. There are handsome
and attractive Toilet and Manicuring Sets of Sterling or
Ivory; many aro shown in beautiful silk lined cases.
The several patterns of Ivory Toiletware In hand
decorated and plain designs assure a mor.t satisfactory
selection, while the Interesting price range Is appealing.
Catalogue No. T-15
SENTENCE MAIL BANDITS.
DES MOINES, Idwa, Deo. 7. Fred
of Council Bluffs, two of the par-
ticipanta tn the bit: mall robbery
there recently, were sentenced to II
. mm l- mAmm. at TMVMId
ana is years ui iiiwwb '
owrth.by Judge Martin J. Wade, ol
the United Btatea district court.
Immediate Action Assured On : ' ,
Real Estate Loans
We can also famish money to
build. Make five-year loans
and can lend money on improved
Memphis property, that you can
repay in monthly installments at
6 per cent simple . interest.
Grant & Tucker INSURANCE
Neely Grant, Manager.
Columbia Mortgage & Trust Co.
PETER G. GRANT, President.
80-82 Madison Avenue.
Tax Exempt Investment
The American Building & Loan Association will
issue a limited amount of 5 per cent paid up shares.
These certificates are exempted from all taxation, state
and national, under present laws.
A strong additional feature is that holders can con
vert them into cash at-any time and receive 5 per cent
up to date of withdrawal. .
OFFICE, 119 MADISON AVE.
A Pore, Clean,
Suits (Pressed Only).. 40c
Dresses, Silk $2.00
Dresses, Wool $1.75
Out-of-Town Work We glve Peclal
uui'Ui -i own rr urn, to piuwl post ordepg and
prepay return charges. Try our Mail Order Service.
WHITE ROSE, 237 Vice Ave.
Phones: Main 6626, 5627.
on the New Edison, machines. Compare the
Then hear the record- two! Rachmaninoff will
ings he has madeforone show you which is the
of the standard talking- best phonograph.
Edison Phonograph Shop
xud aoutn court Ave.
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Every day cooking and baking with
Phoenix will open new food econo
mies and convince you that this pure
vegetable fat actually
Actually better than butter at half the
cost and more economical than lard.
Try a two-pound pail today. Order
from your grocer.
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Memphis, Tenn. '.t
SPOTLESS WORK, cleaning that renews, that
revives the sweet freshness and original beauty
and loveliness of your garments. Cleaning of
first quality, fairly priced and publicly quoted.
Cleaner and Dyers
"For Spotless Clothes"
Suits Dyed $3.50
Overcoats, Army $5.00
Pants Dyed $1.75
Coats Dyed $2.00
Vests Dyed 75c
Suits Dyed $3.50
Coats Dyed $3.50
Dresses Dyed $3.50
Skirts Dyed 02.00
Waists Dyed $1.50
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