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Thursday,. December ie. 1920.
THE NEWS SCIMITAR. PAGE NINE. SOCIETY AND CLUBS 1 MISS MARGARET D. FORBES i CLUBDOM 8EVEN-DAV PROGRAM WILk. BE PRESENTED BY CLUB The" Evergreell Improvement", club has taken the fnittktive in a most commendable nter.prle, . ' On Tues day evening wheh. the club met ' in regular monthly fceasion at the home of Judge' .Hjimes H. Malone, Kenll worth place, theyt heard MUs L. Murl Springsted, ot thfc Redpath Chatitau quas, . Chicago, '.present a resume of the program defluxe rendered the last season by ttie chautauduas on the Southern circuit, and tell of the great work of th Chautauqua along educatonalr Industrial and cultural lines. The result was ", that Miss Springsted left Tuesday5 night for Chicago with a Contract ' Bigned by the officiate o the club, -which asJ Bures .'Mempltis , of the . presentation of seven days of the Vent highest type of music, entertainment and lec tures, with-earh morning given over to children's work under the direc tion of a thoroughly trained children's worker. ' , The Chautauqua Is unquestionably one of the greatest institutions for cultural advancement in the country today, working hand in hand with the school and the church, and Mem-, DEATH NOTICES Death notices will b Inserted with out charge 1f presented for publication by burial director or authorized person. TAYIXR At residence. 1234 Missis sippi boulevard. Wednesday aftermon, Dec. 15. 1920, at 3:50 o'clock. Josephine B. Taylor, aged 66 years, widow of the late Dr. S. V. Taylor, of Yorktown. Va. : mother of Vannah and Mildred Taiylor. of Memphis; Sam V. Taylor and Mrs. John G. Mathews, of Amariilo. Tex.; .Mrs. Hue Hairdo, of Chicago, and Mrs. George C.' Starner, of' Colum bus, Ohio. Funeral services will be held In the parlors of Spencer Co., 246 Madison venue. Due notice of time of funeral will b given, , .' . WHITl-: At residence, 557 Williams avenue, Wednesday evening. Dec. 15, 1920, at 2:30 o'clock. Iiouis White, Sr., father of Louis, Jr., Georgia White and Mrs, Ij. Fairley: brother of Mr. Liymua White, of Woodstock, Tenn.; Mrs. Mary Baldin, of Hernando, Miss.; grandfather of Mrs. M. Ross, MrR. L,. Berry,, Mr. Frennie White and Jesse White. v Due notice of funeral will he given. Emma Wllburn, funeral director, H13 Mississippi boulevard. Phone Walnut 82. BOYD At residence, 308 Beale ave nue, Wednesday evening, at 5:30 o'clock, Mrs. Charlotte Boyd, mother of Henry Boyd;,, mother-in-law of Mrs. Annie Boyd; aunt of Mrs. Mattie Hick and Clifford Ross; grandmother of Henry Boyd; sister-in-law of Mrs. Leannu R'-ss. ; Due notice of funeral will be given later. Scott & Wilkerson in charge. ' 1.00NEY IfToledo, ol", Tuesday evening, Dec. 14, 1920, Mrs. Bell, wife of Bennie Dooney; mother of Dave R. Thomas; sister ofe Mrs. Susan, Brownr daughter-Hn-law of Perry 'Looney; mother-in-law of Mrs. Mary Barr Thomas; niece of Mrs. Frances Thom as; cousin of Mrs. Carrie Hansbrough and Mrs. Carrie Smith, of Toledo, O.. and Nathaniel MoKeover, of St. IjOuIb, Mo. , Remains will be brought to this city for Interment. Due lotice of funeral will be given. Barnett-Lewls Co., fu-, neral directors. COOPF.H At residence of her moth er, Mrs.,Louada Cooper, 46 South Dun lap street, Thursday morning, Dec. 16, 1920, at 2" o'clock, Miss t'attle Ixila Cooper, aged 24 years daughter of Mrs. Ix)uada Cooper; sister of Tessie, Katie, W. 1,.. G. W. and .1. W. Cooper. Remains will be forwarded tomorrow (Friday) morning at 8:U o'clock via L C. railroad to Senatobia, Miss., for Interment. LODGE NOTICES Ijodge notices will be Inserted without charge if mailed or brought to The News Scimitar office. i " ST. ELMO COMMAXDERY No. 15, K. T. Special con clave this (Thursday) aft ernoon at 4 o'clock. Work !r thA nrriern rtt Tied Prows jiCl!Sy and Malta.. Work In the order of the Temple at 1 o'olock p.m. Resident and sojourning fraters cor dially welcome. By order v S. I. RAGSDATjE, E. C. JAB. N. THOMPSMN, Recorder. MEMPHIS I.ODGK NO. 118. F. Ac A. M.. will confer the F. C. degree this (Thursday) eve nltig, Dec. 16, 1920. ft 7 o'clock. Visit ing brethren cordially welcomed. By order CHARLES E. LODGE. W. M. Attest H. K.JtOBB. Secretary. .woOdlawn chapteiCno. 747 O. E. S., will hold special meeting this evening at 7:30 o'clock. Conferring of degrees and installation of officers. MATTYF, M'DONALD. W. M. MO PL YE MUIR, Secretary. NOTICK 'TO Al.i. "OFFICKRb4 AND members of Mount Arat Relation N'o.i 23. You are requested to be present at the hall, 351 Beale avenue, Friilay night, Dec. 17. 1920. Business of Im portance. Meeting opeiiH at 7:30 o'clock. Also the last meeting in the old year. Plse be on time. Done by order of SIR El) STRONG. D.f'T. MARY NAPOLEON, It. R. C. SIR PHILL DAVIS, Chairman. ATTENTION, " WOOI M UN " Of Union; All members are requested to be present Thursday nmlit, Dec. 16, 1920 ttt the Beale Avenurt Baptist church. Dr. E. A. Kindall, supreme president, and Rev. Ashford, of Hot Springs, Ark., will speak on that night. Special dispensation has been granted by the supreme president for $1.50. Friends are invited. Bring applications to the meeting. Meeting called to order at 8 p.m. Done by older of 1K. JOHN EVE, ' . Supreme Medical Director. W. rt. WILDER, Supreme Organizer. "phis should feel Justly , proud of the evergreen chjb for thus pioneering the way in this direction and should lend its unqualified indorsement and co-operatjpft to the movement. , Renaissance Music Circle. Mrs. Lawson Wilhoite 'was. the hostess at the meeting of the Re naissance Music clrel on Wednes day, when Mrs... J. ,'W. Canada pre sided as chairman bf, the miscel laneous program, and tlra. G. JJ. Mc Coy served as accompanist. .The program was rendered as fol lows: - . .. Piano Hondo Caprlcclosa ......... .t, tlendelssohn Mrs. Agee Adams. -Voice Come e bello; (Lucrotl Bor gia) ....... . . ; Dona'zettl '' Mrs. O.- T. Kitzhugji.v : ; Violin The- Holy -,t:ity Hentjy. :' ,-i .. Mis Glady Coulter." .. (AWomptfhist, Mrs; Age Adams.) : Voice filtorna Vinci Tor (Adia).. ...... .0. ...... verai Mrs.' W. F Murrah, . ,;, Pianos (a) Ecassaises ...." Beethoven-Busonl (b) Dance of the Gnomes '. LisztJ Mrs. Lawson Wilhbite. Voice (a) The Cunning Little Thing' , , ; Hageman (b) Pong of the t)pen ...La Forge (c) My Majiagerie Kay Foster Mrs. John L. McRee. Voice (a) Allah . . . . ,- Kramer (b) Love's On the High Road ' i Fish Mrs. Ralph jurden. Piano (a) Nocturne TChopln (b) Danse Negre ; Scott Mrs. McKay. Jruest of the club. 0.L E. S. Auxiliary. At the meeting of the O. B. S. auxiliary, which was held .Wednes day afternoon at the Masonic tem ple, the election of officers took Place, resulting as follows; Mrs. Kdith Wattam, president: , Mrs .) J. M. Connei vice-president; Mrst H. B. Crawford,; secretary, and Mrs.: J. P. Robertson, treasurer. : y To Mrs. C. B. Garner, who has been the efficient leader of the aux iliary,, was presented a silver sand wich plate, in recognition of her un tiring efforts." -' .'".,, Following the election a 'social hour was enjoyed. ':' Nurses' Association. ' District Vfo. 1, ' Tennessee State Registered Nurses' association, will hold an Important meeting on Sat urday morning at 10 o'clock it! the county courtroom at the courthouse. All members-are urged to be present Services at the Temple. ' There will be services at the Tem ple, corner Poplar avenue and 'Mont gomery street, on Friday evening at o'clock. The subject of Dr. Fine-' shrlbefs sermon will be ""The Men-, ace of the Blue Laws." The choir, under the direction of Mrs. Sam Qp penheimcr, will give a special pro gram, assisted by Mr. Milton Knowi- ton, who will sing, "Fear Not Ye, O Israel." , - ; , ' The services at the usual time Sat urday morning. . "' Pope Association, ; The Leroy Pope Parent-Teacher association held its monthly, meeting Wednesday afternoon In the BChool building. i t, The attendance was good. Miss Juenehan won ihe prize for the great est number ofmothers present; Mrs. Delaney won., the booby , prize aiyl Mrs.. Dan Hlssner was the lucky one In guessing contest.- .Mrs. pave Wells'- name was drawn for ,thd apron; She presented this prize tp Miss Fanny Dougherty, the principal. ; . : -. Tha DrotrranVin the farm of a cal endar, was arranged by -Miss Jaffe. Those representing two of the months were absent but the re mainder of the program was given as fallows: "January Herald" Christy Ad ams. Greeting Lois Chandler. . February St. Valentine, Mildred Saucer. "Three Other Birthdays" Teddy Edwards. March "The Wind," John Rosen -tleter. April "The April Fool; Teddy Breheme. May "Mothers Day," Marie Scheiffelen. June "The Sweet Girl Graduate," Margaret Poat. July "Independence Day," Ernest Slate. v August Absent. September Absent. October "Halloween," Evelyn Humphrey. v November "Thanksgiving," Lois Johnson. December Christmas Acrostic, Amanda Hodge. At the beginning of next year it is planned by the association to give a series' ot entertainments. Morning Musicale. Mrs. Stella Graham will entertain with a delightful musicale on Sat urday morning at 10:30 o'clock in "her home studio, 1080 Monroe ave nue. An Invitation has been ' extended to all friends and patrons who are anticipating the event with' much pleasure' as these programs in Mrs. Graham's home always prove most enjoyable. 1 Bruce Association. The Parent-Teacher association of Bruce school will meet Friday after noon at 3: 15 o'clock at the -school. The speakers for the afternoon will be Miss Louise Hunter, who will take for her subject.' "The Teacher and Psychology," and Mrs. Helen Fergu son Buchanan, who will talk on "The Mother and Psychology." Mrs. Ed gar Lee, president of the Federation cf Parent-Teacher associations, will give glimpses of the Mothers' con gress. Mrs. Meeker, the president, urges a full attendance. .... t i V Will Hold Market. Salst Faith's guild will give a mar ket ami bazar at the residence of Miss Carrie' Wood, 1080 Meriwether place, on Saturday, Nov. 18, 1920; from 10 to 4. ""' MJEETIXGS OF MEMPHIS WOMEN'S ORGANIZATIONS The regular monthly meeting of the, Cummings, parent-Teacher asso ciation Vill be' held Friday afternoon at -2:30 o'clock. . Dr. Edward -' Clay Mitchell will 'give an interesting talk on "Contagion." . . The regular monthly meeting of Bruce Parent -Teacher' association will be held Frilay afternoon at 3:15 o'clock at the school. - Tha Wmnn'M i-lilh will meet FH- Uay morning at 10:30 o'clock with Mrs. Caruthers Ewing, a.'BZ jviaaison avenue. A splendid program has been arranged. The regular monthly meeting of theParent-Teacher association of Capleville high school will be held Friday afternoon at 2:30 o'clock. The Old Hickory chapter, Daugh ters of 1812, will meet Friday after noon at 3 o'clock with Mrs. A. W. Whitaker,'l268 Peabody avenue. The physical culture training class of the Nineteenth Century club will meet Friday morning at 10 o'clock at the club. Dr. C. J. Washington will talk on '-Care and Abuse of the Teeth." , The public speaking class of the Salon circle, of which Miss Florence Schloss Is director, will meet Friday J.W.Norris&Co. FUNERAL DIRECTORS 275 Madison. Telephone 585, afternoon at 3:30 o'clock, with Hilberth. Mrs. The regular monthly meetine-of the Lauderdale Pa rent -Teacher as sociation will be hcliT Friday after noon at 3 o'clock. Students Pay Last Tribute To Gipp , , (By International Nswt Service.) SOUTH BEND, Ind., Dec. 15. A raw blast from the northwest that held South Bend In Icy fingers failed to prevent a throng of university students and admirers from heading the funeral procession of George (.ilpp, all-American football player of Notre Dame university-who died of a serious throat infectiln ut St. Jo seh's hospital Tuesday. Heading the long line of mourners was the entire first string univer sity team, marching in football for mation, with the left halfback Gipp's position vacant. Gipp's body left South Bend at 10: 3u o'clock for Chicago where the Journey to Lnurium, Mich., the last resting place, will be continued at 5 o'clock. 300 MEN FOR EVERY 45 JOBS, REPORT SAYS ST. I.Ol'IS. Dec. 16. There are at present approximately 300 applicants for every 45 Jobs while a year ago there was an average of 2a applicants ..j Ban a Complete Lin o JESKSCIIA!RS la all style and finiih;r. W sra sellinc agenta for tha Commercial line of deaka, tha B. L. Marble chairs, tha Clobe-Wernicke labor aavlng filing devieea, cabinet lafas, book cases and tranafer cases. S. C. TOOF & CO. Printers and Office Outfitter 196-201 Madison Ave, HemphJs V Phone J Jrfain 2490 for every 300, according to Edmund F. Faber, of the, United States de partment of labor, regional director CHRISTMAS Jhtmberof IC BILLBOARD is on sale CTODAH BmfJi cfShav and jjiewsj of the Fourth (St.- Louis) district. 0,4 A survey of unemployment Is be- J ing conducted in each of the nine districts of the country. K I A BABY GRAND 1 gj Terms Arranged. B , I Chickering Warerooms, 1 I 160 Madison Avcnno. lf?frr ' ' Suva JS&M&ttUmmy. -i1 t i .I rr i" The Brown Betty Tea Room Is now serving 6 o'clock dinners without . reservation. 1357 Union Ave. Phone Hem. 800 Store Open Until 9 p.m? Saturday . Q SHOP FOR LADIES' OUTt A Christmas Sale Arranged for Friday 'and Saturday r W0N0CO YARNS 75c HANK Direct From Mill Bend stamp for Fitter! Eamples of r,0 shades. Pnr worsted. Designs furnished Flti;i". I,nwest prlcca. Holt & Co., Rox 172, Nw Haven, . onn. Let's- jSV I Hear the Kamous Tonight! Now remodeled for winter. Dance on ; our glaRsy - smooth floor. You'll see your friends lier "EAST END GARDEN ' W. L. VE8EY, Mgr. . HandBaffs and Vanities Off . This reduction Includes all our stockvof hand bags4 leather and beaded ones, as well as novelty vanity cases and week-end bags and men's traveling bags. 'Ostrich r.. Feather Capes . ' Off AH our large and -complete gtock of os trich feather capes are Included in 'this one-third off sale. There are many strik ing and beautiful pieces. WOMEN'S LACE HOSE Rgular $7.50, $8.50 Value $L95 During This Sale The assortment Is of beautiful designs and: quality silk lace hose. The regular price compared with the sale pri5) assures one of ah exceptional value. Colors are black,' white, cordovan. Sale price Is plus war tax! 30c. v tleniune Madeira Handkerchiefs $1.00 Values 59c Ileal all pure linen, hand scalloped hand kerchiefs, withv one corner embroidered. Specially priced for this Christmas sale. Women's Lace ' Silk Hose $3.50 Values . $1.95 Pure thread sl'k hose, with lisle garter top and soles ia all the wanted shades at this special Christmas sale price. The Sale of French Kid Gloves Continued Through Friday and ... Saturday, v . ; V r : J TheG eor anale Co Wants To Fill Your Xmas Order for Xmas Necessities We have just what you want and need most. Our prices herein quoted are good from the 15th of December to the 23d, inclusive; make a selection of what you want from this list and we will make shipment on any date you specify. Our prices and quality are unsurpassed make your store attractive for the Christmas rush. When ordering inclose Money Order or Check with order. We sell for cash only. We guarantee to please. . There is no reason why you should pay 15 to 20 per cent more to a house that allows you credit, but there are numerous reasons why you should take advantage of our wonderful cash offerings for Christmas. If your Christmas order is intrusted to us we assure you perfect supply for your Yuletide trade. Piease compare our prices, they will convince you that we are entitled, to at least a share of your business. - v CHRISTMAS NECESSITIES Christmas Thoughts for Chilli ren A Sale of Warm Wear for Kiddies v " Values lip to 95c 69e Infants' outinir flannel wrappers in cozy Btylcs, hound with pink or blue ribbon-or stitched In pink or blue. Cashmere Wrappers 1-3 Off Regular Price A complete aHRnrtnienl of infants' kintonos In (lie most popular Htylex. The ssortment is too varied to in4itlon price, but there Is e 'jjrptional value in this sale of j one-third off. Cashmere Sacques 1-3 Off These Infant sacques are of cashmere and crepella in the lined or imlined styles. A large assortment does not permit tof enumeration. Outing Flannel Gowns 4 , 1. .10 Oowno. now 98c .85 Downs, now 69c' ' These Infant Rowps are of the draw-strinn variety , with strings af the bottom. They arc n mi in a ,,'( n,i u. , Flanneletfe Skirts, Regularly Priced to $1.25, 59c Ijoni skirls and skirls for bnblei no to two years in the Gertrude style are included. Embroidered Skirts of Flannel The ST6RK!KST flannel and Ortrude moilrls are Jiand embroidered and in three grotipK, ' ITp lo H.5D $5.95 Up lo $.i.95-$3.5 I.'p lo M5- $2.95 . , Flannel Skirts v " $1.25 Values, 79c These are the Storknest flannel skirts and are, extra Rood auallty. AIho In, the (Jertrtide style. There Is a largo and complete asortment. i Blankets and Comforts 1-3 Off v, - Al comforts and blanMjtsnre reduced -f-S ,'or , thin sal. V . ,-' . 4 i BANANAS Per bunch .$4,00 APPLES fincy Va. Winesaps, No. 1 Stock, bbl .$8.75 Fanc Va. Gano, No. 1 Stock, bbl ....$6.50 Fancy Va. Jonathan, No. 1, bbl ?7.00 Fancy Va. Yorks, No. 1, bbl. ' : . ..$6.75 Fancy Vestern, box, all sizes, Jonathans & Winesaps $4.00 Grimes Golden, all sizes, (wrapped), box ;i..S2.75 (Something F.xtra Fine.) ORANGES Fla. "Parson Brown," all sies, per box' '. . .$3.00 , LEMONS Fancy,! 360s, box ...$3.75' CRANBERRIES New crop, per lb 20c GRAPEFRUIT Fancy Florida, all sizes, bok $4.50 LIMES Fancy Imported; per 100, $1.00 " RAISINS Raisins; London Layer, 3 cr. per box $5.75 Dromedary Dates 36 11-oz. packages, :$7.00 '.$2.75 per case ..... Per dozen ...... GRAPES Fancy California Tokays, 30 drum : . .$6.75 PEARS Pears, per" box $5.90 Good Sellers Now Lemon Peel, per lb. 33c Orange Peel, per lb 33c Currants, 48 pkgs. to case, per dozen $1.65 Horse Radish, per dozen. $2.40 Mince Meat, 30 lb. pails, per lb ,..25c "Candy" Mixed Fcv. Candy, 35 lbs. at .-.)... 23c Small Stick Candy 29c Large Stick, 100 count. .$3.85 Peanut Bars, 100 count.. $3.75 Cocoanut Bars, 100 count $3.75 POTATOES Fancy Jersey Giants, 'per cwt. $2.50 Fancy Idaho Gems, "Perfect." cwt. ,. .........$2.50 Sweet Potatoes Fancy Nancy Halls, pet bu. $2.00 NUTS Fancy English .Walnuts, -' No. 1, per lb. ....... .A. .27c Fancy English Walnuts, No. 2, per lb 23c Fancy No. 1 Almonds, lb., 24c Fancy No. 1 Filberts, lb. ...20c Fancy No. l'Cream Nuts, per lb i...:,. 27c Fancy No. 1 Mixed Nuts, per lb 23c Fancy No. 1 Pecans, per lb., 30c Fancy No. 2 Pecans, per lb., 24c C0C0ANUTS Per doz $1.15 FIGS Figs, 12 pkgs., per box.... $2.75 MINCEMEAT Mince Meat, 30-lb. pails, per lb : 26c VEGETABLES Fancy Calif. Celery, per bunch . i ......$1.50 Fancy Calif. Lettuce, 2 doz. to crate, per crate .$1.75 Fancy Calif. Tomatoes in lugs, per lug $3.75 fFancy,. Illinois Wash Carrots, ,,per bu. . . $2.50 ' Fancy 111. Wash Parsnips, $2.90 . Fancy Cauliflower .$2.75 . CABBAGE Fancy Western Green, . ' per cwt. . ..$2.00 ONIONS "j Fancy Red Globe, large size, cwt V $2.20 Fancy Yellow, large size, cwt. ;......... .'..$2.20 Fancy White, large size, cwt. ...$2.25 Fancy Spanish,, i.per crate. $3.50 Evaporated Fruits Peaches, Califi, 25-lb. boxes, ; per lb 22c Apples. Western, 50-lb. boxes, " per lb v. .11c Prunes, 25-lb. boxes, per lb., 22c Beans and Peas Navy Beans, Mich. II. P., per lb 7c B. E. Peas, Calif., new crop, per lb .8c Lima Beans, imported,.!))., 14c Pineapples Pineapples, 42 to crate, per crate $7.90 Tangerines Tangerines, 144 tq 169, 'per crate $5.50 Shelled Pecans Per pound . . .$1.25 Shelled Walnuts Per pound ..$1.15 3 We Are Representatives for the Fox River Butter Co. Offer Fox River Best Grade Butter at 47c for Xmas PINNER BELL NUT MARGARIN Spread the Bread with Din nrr Hell then the Lidditf will always want more. It is nutritious and healthful. The rich pure vegetable oils and pasteurized milk contain just tha right food qualities that grow, ing youngsters need. It is a natural food product. Buy today. THa GUdd-n Nut Butter Catj Chicago At All Good DtaUr V TheG eorse.uanaie Co. Memphis, Tenn. .J