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tlE NEWS SCIMITAR. fri'URSDAY, DECCMBKR 1, M20. FAQS L C. C. HOLDS UP' , ' "DRY LAND" RATES r - . . I i Railroad! operating .in the terri tory affected by the so-called "dry land" freight rate adjustment, have !been ordered by the Interstate com merce commission to suspend until April 14, 1.M1, the new tariffs they were prepared to put Into effect on Wednesday. The official order of the commission, had not been received Thursday, but a telegra mreceived Wednesday by Joe Hattendorf, gen eral agent tor the Illinois V Central ' railroad, from Commissioner Mc Ointy, at aWshington, announced the suspension f the rates. The. carriers and shippers are both preparing for another hearing before the commission, It is passible that tha new hearings may be concluded In time for the new rates,- if Sus tained, to go into effect before April -14, but it is considered more than likely that another . postponement will b granted before the schedules are finally acted upon, ., - Many shippers are now i hopeful that the tariffs prepared Upon the', f " . '.. , ' "dry land" basis, will be canceled en P "rac" .,n"Ti.sv.-i h. ma.- It tlrely. Representatives of the grain inter- ests from Kansas City, New Orleans, Topeka and other grain centers were In 6onference here Thursday with NJ. B. McOinnis, commissioner - for' the day and grain division of , the Memphis Merhcants' exchange, and other local traffic men, lireiiminary to a hearing at Louisville Thusgday on the proposed grain rates. The tentative rates prepared by the car riers' on grain, will prove a serious blow to the Memphis grain market, It la contended, and local Interests 'are preparing to make a hard fight against their adoption. Mr. W"01n nls will leave Thursday night; for Louisville to : represent local grain' interests. ') Clevef Memphis l Girl Now Member Of Creatore Troupe , : . - , . . ; . . 1 ' Memphis was splendidly represent. , d in the colorful chorus of i "Car men," at the Lyric theater, Wednes day night. Mrs.VHenry Harmlsohn, of 653 Tate street, who .possesses a ? soprano, voice of rare dramatic pow. -v er and singularly flexibility and color, has Joined S tenor rCeatore's aggre gation, and Is now en tour making . the first stop Jn Greenville, Miss. -i Mrs. Harmlsohn comes of a family prominent In -social and business cir , clest ,; Possessing a voice of rare " beauty she went to New Tork snrt studied under Sapip and Cotchiero, who both predicted a grtat furure lor . their brilliant pupil.' - "I am delighted with the opportun-v ity of being with such a gifted maW tro as Slgnor Creatore," she . de .' dared. "I have been hoping for sueh , art opening and was negotiating with . Signor Scotti, but when Creatore heard my voice he at once made me an offers and I at once accepted' With him will get practical train ing that will be of great help to , me, and I will also have the oppor- tunlty to observe the methods of . other singers, I am delighted and intend to make Memphis proud of . Mrs. Hermlsohn was easily recog r . nized by her friends and admirers. ,' Sh was-the only member 'of the chorus that wore a black shawl over laid with gay colored flowers. .AUTO STRIKES WOMAN. s ' B. B. Brown, negro, ' 1298 Saaen ave ' Hue, Is being held by police on a charpe of reckless driving for striking Mis " 1 Alma Chandler, 28. 210 South Welling ,( - ton street, at Wellington and Haale - ,, Wednesday night. Miss Chandler bus--. tained a broken ankle, possibly broken ' hip bone and body bruises when struck "' by a car which Brown was driving. Bhe was crossing Wellington Htrent and was run down without warning. . witnesses say. Brown deserted his car, fe Police later caughy him. Plan Xmas Fun For Soldiers At Marine Hospital The Marine . hospital is planning to provide the disabled soldiers of the Institution with a Christmas tree, a dinner and an entertainment on. Christmas day ' The .Eastern War will , provide a tree and an entertainment. Christmas evening. The Knights of Columbus will deliver packages to the Inmates of the institution, and the American Legipn will also have a part la pro viding gifts for the disabled sol diers. . -, ' ' , The only thing lacklngT to make the occasion ideal is suitable decorations Persons who can furnish holly, mis tletoe or flowarst of any description, that will help ,tq brlgttien the insu: tutlon to the occasion, are renuestV ed to take, Uiem to the i hospital, where th iglfts, will be greatly ap preciated. ' . - : ' I "n I "' V . Approves Street i : 1 Car Rerouting Contributions To The Goodfellowsr fi Santa Claus Club jrv::::!::::. Previously" acknowledged Lor Verne Allen (a tiny Qood- xeiiaw; .. Alfred - Boyd, T. J, Jackson Miss Virginia Griffin E. J. Hobbs .......... K. M. Ford T. W. Barsch ....... Frank Robbtns S. E. Mitchell Thomas H. smith .. W. F. Clary iasn Lady with box of change who , . did not leave name with 4?". nation I ....-.. Mrs, K. Malone .;.. Cash i......v, Mary Joseph and Baby Sister.. Arthur and Edwin Qoodfnan... Winters Roach, Jr.and Va- leiie Roach ...-.v Marie Smith Mrs. Donavan Smith . Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Hams ley .. ,f,M!.4 t.0 2.50 1.00 1.00 5.00 (.00 1.00 1.00 , J.60 10.00 S.00 2.00 Charlm J. Hamslev A School Teacher, Hickory Flat, Miss. A ....... Mr. and Mrs. J, E. Moore,, Ra leisrh. Tenn. .. Mrs. F. C. Weathersby public utilities, grounds, and build, , g ; ffiS?Wi" if,sai "w. -, c-fNorma J on en Miliar a NOJUi- prominent rrai eoiino dealer, in whfch Mr Nalll gives his unqualified approval to the rerout ing of street cars alonjj Third street. Mr. Nalll points that the proposed rerouting will savetime for patrons of, the street cars; will result in an Improvement of property along Third and Second streets and the various cross streets, without injury to prop erty or merchants on Main- street, and will facilitate the transaction of business in the downtown ; districts. He ' cocmends Commissioner Johnson for the prominent part the latter has played in the rerouting program. ' , -Owing to the study Mr. Nalll has given real estate values, his opinions are regarded as carrying weight .on this subject. CHURCH MUDDLE -NOW OUT OF COURT NEW YORK, Dee. 16. Insufficient evidence upon which to base crim inal action Is reported by Assistant District Attorney Rorke Jn closing an investigation into charges made fey Campbell McCuIloch, former first reader of tne'First Church of, Christ. Scientist, this city, who declared that certain papers had been stolen from his desk and were being used against him. 'Forty persons, majiy of them members of the churclu- wtre exam ined by Mr, Rorke," at 'MCuHoch's instigation, ( ' ' TRAFFIC CUIB LUNCHEON WILL5BEHELD SATURDAY All members and "friends of the Memphis Traffic club are urged to, attend 'the- regular monthly lunch eon at the Hotel Chisca, at 12:30 p.m. Saturday. The committee on urrangehients has provided a pro gram of great interest., THe club now has 200 rnembers and hopes to have 600 members to start the new year. Members are determined te make the club the largest traffic or-i, ganizatlon in the South. J. M. Walsh, president of the club, has appointed H. W. Stigler', general s gent for the Fort Smith & Western, and the Qulf, Florida &. Alabama railroads, t9 represent the local traf fic club at the annual banquet of the Chicago Traffic club. Mr. Stigle' left for Chicago Wednesday night. Player Pianos $595 I ; Terms Arranged. . '. Chickering Warerooms, 160 Madison Avenue. 6.52 1.00 1.00 a.so f .00 1.00 10.00 10.00 E.OO 1.00 ' 4.00 S.00 10.00 8.00 1.00 1.00 . 1.00 1,00 1.00 (.00 1.00 Mildred Marx . A.... Alvirt Julius Marx , ... Arthur Julian Kosentem y Every Little Bit Helps v A. W. Newsom ............, A Friend Almee Stcrnberger.i Browns ville, Tenn Louise Sternberger, Browns ville,' Tenn. Alex Aaron Sternberger, Brownsville, Tenn.' Mlchats Hunt Vam.uinrlh flmlthwlck & Co. Byars & Sternberger 25-00 Daughter of N. M. Byars a. tiny Ooodfallew) Employes Levb Oreif A Friend Southern Leather Co Employes Cole Manufacturing Company No Name R. A. Lee, Jr. .... Employes Tennessee - W. W. Johnson J. S. Read I. W. Johnson Tl 8. Robertson C. R. Hutchinson T. F. Gossett C. M. Dodson H. C. Chick Employes Memphis Linotype Printing Co.: Dan Wolf Mrs. J- W. Noe M. M. Richardson Alice Martin , Mary Richardson Elizabeth Curran, B. J. Bristoll ...iv..., , H. Beardslcy ...T. Henry E. Risedge , Thomas Edwardj ..j.. B. rj. rticK ice and 1.00 1.00 1.00 LOO 10.00 .8! 11.00 8.00 15.00 45.62 1.00 2.60 8.00 2.60 1.00 1.00 2.60 1.00 1.00 i. oo Ruby McDsniel F W Borsch . r. ............ Employes Geo. C. Brewn Co. L. K. Brown , H. B. Weiss Chas. E. Tnomsson J. L. Kendall , A. L. Foeter. Jr , . Leroy Halyard Kentle Redmond AdeUne Volpl Lana cuaeo , , Mrs. Mabel Fuson Louise Marlnus James R. Campbell , Florence Hickman O. A. Carroll J. T. Rosers T. E. Hugglns J. L. Talbot Q. W. Floyd A Ooodfellow MISCELLANEOUS, M. p. Hlgylns Currle-McCraw Co. ......... W, 8. P. ......... B. - W. Boldt Purity Oil Co Albln Strauch . Mrs. Frank B. TJlbrlck ....... H. L. Callicott, Cold water, Miss 1 ' .10 1.00 10.00 IV. 00 iio ' 1.50 ISO 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 2.50 1.00 1.00 1.50 '.60 (.00 1.00 1.00 (.04 SOVIET AMBASSADOR WILL BE DEPORTED (By the Asseeiated Press.) WASHINGTON, Deo 1 Iporta tion of Ludwlg C. A. K. Martens, self-styled soviet ambassador to the United 8 tales, is understood to have been virtually decided upon by Sec retary of Labor Wilson, who lias had the case under advisement since the ronclusion a week ago of the hear ingsin the deportation proceedings. Justification for Martens' deporta tion is understood to have been found by Secretary Wilson in the conten tions of immigration and department of liiBtlce authorities that the Hol- 5oiooihvlk agent held office under the soviet regime, wnicn iney imo at the overthrow of the government of the United Btates by force ana violence, ' MANO'WARiN PICTURES AT STRAND Admirer of lhoroughbred racing stock, as we:i ns those wfio are lose foHewers of the race track, are finding something to thrill them to the core at the Strand theater this Kveek. The film is "The Rare of the Age, afnd no less horse than Man-o-War himself Is theWo of this 2,000 feet of what is probably the world's most famous race. The scenes were filmed on me Dig track atA Windsor, Ont., where Man- o-War and Hir, Harton tougni it out dnJ ma OOO'St ao; o3e Juol lou , 1.00 5.00 .2.00 7 1.00 1.50 . 1-00 Total to date .t...........9,046.W Christian Science JLectnre. On Friday night, December 17, at 8:15 o'clock, 4 free lecture on Chris tian Science will be given at Mon roe and Dunlap streets by Rev. An drew J. Graham, C.S.B, member of Tha Board of Lectureship of The Mother Church, The First Church of Christ, Scientist, in Boston, Mass. Cops Control Crowd Answering Small Ad PHILADELPHIA. Dec. 18 A con tractlng firm advertised for 25 men today and such a large crowd re sponded that a detail of police had to be summoned, to maintain order. Applicants for work were asked to call at 7:30 a.m. but they began to gather at 4 o'clock. Those chosen were sent to Lakehourst, N. J., where a hangar, for the navy Is being con S. A. Mmley H. P. Wright L. A. Guldret A. E. Grisworld ' ... L. A. Chaneller J. E. Wynn ... L. H. Harris E. J. Smith v.. George Patte , Sajdie Kaufman .... Marguerite Helms Dixie C. Clarke Marle Tell P. L. Brent Joe C 1.00 .50 8.00 , .50 .50 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 .60 1.00 .50 .50 .60 .60 1.00 1.00 .50 1.00 .(0 .60 .50 1.00 .05 Our 6 First Mortgage oiida Are Safe, They are secured by improved and high-class Memphis city property. Interest Is paid semi-annually and privilege allowed to Bee property securing your bond. Fifty years and over In the" Real Estate Banking Bulsness without a tingle loss to an In vestor is our record. Chas. J. Haase Irvin P. Bentdorf S. Russell Martin Marx & Bensdorf . V and a purse of 175,000. About one. third of the entire film Is devoted to the actual race, and it may safely be compared with the thrill one gets In seeing the chariot race in "Ben Hur." . Scene's leading up to the big event are shown. Including the owners of the rival horses, the ojnkeys. the crowds, the trainers and other Inter esting surroundings and personages. So closely are the horses followed that this film marks a new era In filming moving events. A nairplane and six motion picture cameras were used in taking the race. The feature l shown as an added attraction for Wallace Reld's photoplay. Crenshaw Honored,; Bj KiwanisClub Peter F. Crenshaw was elected to represent the Klwanls club as dis trict trustee of the Tennessee-Kentucky JliBtrlct of Klwanlans. at the weekly luncheon held Wednesday at Hotel Cayoso. - 1 Six Christmas club savings ac counts were presented by H. W. Mynders s prises for the weekly at tendance at the club meetings. 'Presi dent Schlecht called the attention of the members to the Jollification meeting to be held Dec. 29, tand urged them to reserve their tables for this event s Make Your 152 Madison Ave. o. Investment Banker Est IMS Hi A BOX of FlordtMELBA FOR YOU, DADDY I T BOX 0 Flor de MELBA The cigar that is .always right 'and satisfies. ; Flor do MELBA the Cigar Supreme, is hand made, mild, even burning and individually wrapped to retain the delightful Fragrance and Aroma. FLOR de MELBA is better, bigger and more pleasing than any mild Havana Cigar. " ' f , Don't buy him an Unknown brand. Buy him FLOR d MELBA the Cigar Suftretnc, packed in boxes containing 25 and 50 cigars from IOO. and Up. Mo8t every dealer j,, fx,OR db MELBA th Cigar Supmu. , LEWIS CIGAR MANUFACTURING CO. ; r.EWkK. K.I. 1 lod-venututCir actoaia the World. V , H-ZtZTTT't largest WRk . I. Samelson & Co. MEMPHIS, TEXN. T ' ,. 3 wM-t- ftt i ii . i nsiStHM Hisqift is lIere A man always appreciates a PRAC TICAL GIFT. There is nothing more practical or more appreciated by a man than wearing apparel. No matter howWich he has he can use mdre to advantage. A ' - ' Suit or Overcoat, $35 $50 - Makes a very acceptable gift. And so does pur k Haberdashery which we are selling jit special price reductions that put them in the class of preVeminently satisfying and economical presents. Neckwear Hosiery '. Handkerchiefs Gloves i Bath Robes Silk Shirts Underwear Smoking Jackets Collar Boxes . Canes i Smart Jewelry" Pajamas Brushes ' Lounging Robes "GIVE HIM SOMETHING HE CAN WEAR" , f . " T From' " ' Odum, Taylor fe White i s ii - i i f r --TTTn-" ::Gr.eat -VI,,'! V.. Another- ower Price -Beve Timed accurately to meet cold weather needs, useful gift warits - -1 : ' , andtthe v- -;- : ;" ' Public expectancy of special values Sale Men's, Women's and Children's Knitted Underwear" weaters All inclusive and Wool S at Reduction Cdlumns of printer's jnk could not make clearer the point that these real savings are quoted ou regular stock, stand ard quality merchandise, such as ' SWAN BRAND, RICHELIEU, ATHENA, REIS, GLOBE, DALBY, LITTLE PRINCESS, etc. As usual with Lowenstein's sales, our statement is entircl y accurate everything included, nothing reserved. , THIS SALE ALSO INCLUDES GLOVE SILK UNDERWEAR Kayser, Van Kaalte and Luxite brands at average savings of from ' , , ' 25 to 50 49 NORTH MAIN ST.