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PHI DAY, DECEMBER 31, 20.
THE NEWS SCIMITAR. PAGE FIVE. SOCIETY AND CLUBS MISS MARGARET D. FORBES- Entertainments PRETTY GIRLS HONORED ., . ;, AT NEW YEAR'S PARTY. Three pretty college girls will be honored at one of the most delight- ful affairs of New Year's eve, when Judge and Mra. Frank M. Guthrie will throw open their attractive new Dome on the North Parkway lor dancing partv. The special honorees will be their daughter. Miss Ldnnie Trezevant Outhrie and Misses Cecilia Frith, of Bermuda, who is spending the winter with her uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. David Fentress and her guest. Miss Orra Spencer, ot Luddington,' Mich. ' This will be the first social affair In the new home of Judge and Mrs. Guthrie, which has been nrettily decorated in ' holiday motif, carried out in scarlet and green. ? For the evening, Mrs. Outhrie will ", be handsomely gowned in a draped model or blacic chition velvet, wnne " Miss Outhrie . will be lovely In frock of geranium red chiffon, em- broidered in black chenille and sil- T ver thread combined with black - chiffon velvet ' Miss Spencer will be ; gowned In two-toned blue and pink taneta wun trimmings oi rreuuu " flowers and Miss Frith win wear . green tulle over pink taffeta with silver garniture. The young people will enjoy danc- Ins as they watch the old year out ' and welcome the new vea.r. te I freshing punch will be dispensed be- twMn dances and at a late hour a ' delicious salad and ice course will be served to the guests, about 40 of whom will have the pleasure of being . present , V - ' MRS. JACKSON ENTERTAINS WITH CHILDREN'S PARTY, ' Mrs. Eustace Jackson entertained on Friflay afternoon with a delight ful children's, party In her home on Court avenue in onor of her attrac tive little sisters, Misses, Yetive and Udell gprott, . . -v v Christmas decorations made an at tractive setting in the rooms, where the children enjoyed games and con tests, in which pretty prizes were awarded to the winners. Delicious rafrftHhmehts were served and souve nirs were resented to the little- ' guests, 26 of whom had the pleas iir nf belnor nresent. - Mrs. Jackson was assisted In en- 'tertainlng by her sister, Mrs. John H. Herring and Mrs. uranic anpp. HOI IOAV DANCING PARTY FOR SON AND DAUGHTER -: Mr. and Mrs. George Tayloe will ntertain with a delightful dancing nartv on Friday evening In their f)ome on McLean boulevard in honor of their son ana aaugnter, iibwbiu and Elizabeth Tayloe. J A holiday decorative scheme will 4. be parried out in the rooms thrown "open for dancing and midways of t the evening delicious refreshments will be Ber.ved to the guests, about f xuw ot wnom win ubvb ui? i"coui w of being present : BOX PARTY AT ORPHEUM FOR PRETTY COLLEGE GIRL Miss Mabel Martin, one of the at' " tractive college girls who is spend' f Ing the holidays with her parents on ' Carr avenue, will be the honoree at ", a box party at the Qrpheum theater on Friday evening, her sister, miss T Nettle Martin, being the hostess. ",t The usual Christmas decoration in : the boxes will be carried out in the j'wreaths and bells with sprays of Wholly caught with. red tulle bows. - Dainty corsage bouquets will be pre r sented the girls in the party. Bon' I bons will be enjoyed during the per formance and later the young people Z. will go to the' home of the hostess - where a dellgntlul menu win De en Joyed. I Miss Nettle Martin will wear a French model of blue taffeta over " draped with lace, and the charming honoree will be gowned in a draped " model of blue velvet with cloth of gold trimmings. "v - Miss Martin's guest list is limited - to 16. ' - ' ,." Colonial Club Entertains. The members of the Colonial club " will entertain with a brilliant New - Year's ball on Friday evening. at the " Hotel Chtsca. The tables will be ar- ranged in the ballroom. Thoy will - be artistically decorated to carry out - a holiday color scheme and the de llcious menu will be In keeping wih the occasion. The guests will be entertained by novel cabaret features and special interest will renter. In the numbers by Miss Louise Savoie, of New York, a popular opera singer. Following the program rendered during the serving of the menu general dancing will be enjoyed until a late hour, the coming oi me new xear oeing greeted with fitting ceremonies. Over 800 guests will have the pleasure of being present 1 ( . Weddings r ' Lovely Girls Honored. Masses Mabel Martin and Rosa Lee Lynn were the honorees at a beauti fully planned bride-tea given on FrU day afternoon by Miss Gilmore Bick nell in her home on Union avenue. Vases of American Beauty roses intermingled with holiday designs and greenery formed an attractive decoration in the home. Following tne cara game, for which pretty prizes were awarded, prizes also be ing presented the .honorees, a tempt- ' ing salad course was enjoyed. Miss. Bicknell was gowned for the - afternoon in a turqoise blue duvetyn with applied flowers, and Miss Lynn wore a black lace gown over satin. Miss Martin's gown was black velvet with American Beauty lining. ,The guest list included 25 friends of the young girls. DEATH, NOTICES Death notices will be Inserted with out charge if presented for publication by burial .director or authorized person. RICHMOND A t Baptist Memorial hoKpital, Thursday evening, Dec. 30, 120, at 7 o'clock, Annie Drexler, aged ii years, wife of W. K., mother of Law rence Eugene Richmond. Funeral services, conducted by the Revs. W. W. Adams and A. C. Bell, will b held at residence, 622 South Cooper street, tomorrow (Saturday) afternoon at 2:S0 o'clock. Friends are Invited. In terment In Forest Hill cemetery. .E.Ki?C'8At residence of parents, 2158 Madison avenue, Thursday after noon, Dec. 10, at 12:30 o'clock, Treva Clare, aged 18 months, daughter of Treva Ryker and S. L. Nichols; sister of Rebecca and Sidney Nichols. Funeral services, conducted by the Rev. A. C. Bell, will be held from the residence tomorrow (Saturday) morning at 11 o'clock. Friends are Invited. In terment in Klmwood cemetery. ALL OFFICERS ANI8l RKTTi (Th T Si of the Pride of Tenn., company No. 12 Uniform Rank K. of P., are hereby or dered to be out at their armory, 87 8 Third street, Tuesday night, Jan. 4, at t o'clock, for election of officers for the year 1921. Done by order of , SIR KNIGHT RORTCRT SCOTT. First Lieutenant. THE UNIFORM CLUB OK WAYMA.N lodge No. 104, K. of P., will meet Sun day, Jan. 2, at 247 Poplar avenue nt 1:20, o'clock. All ladles who den I re to join the new court should bo present at that time, , , J. W. SMITH. President. ; e-W. SIMONS, Secretary. Bradley-Bostick. A pretty wedding was solemnized at the Madison Heights Methodist church on Thursday afternoon at 8 o'clock when Miss Mary Antoinette Bradley became the bride of Mr. ISd win Ellis Bostick. the Rev, T. W. Lewis officiating. The church was decorated with palms and ferns which formed an at tractive background for the tall floor vases of Russell roses. Before the entrance of the bridal party Miss Louise Hughey sang "O Promise Me" and "At Dawning" and, Miss Peary Langston played "Trau merei" on the violin. During the ceremony Mrs. H. P. Carter played "Angels Serenade." ' The bride, who' was given in mar riage by her brother. Mr. Edmond H Bradley, wore a handsome suit of Pekin blue duvetyn with accessories in harmony. Her corsage bouquet was of Bride roses and valley lilies. Mrs. J. W. Nuckolls, sister of the bride, gowned in blue satin with lace overdraperies and wearing a corsage bouquet of pink roses, was the ma tron of honor. .Little Miss Annie Dee Flinn, wear ing a dainty frock of pink taffeta trimmed in garlands of French flow ers, and carrying a basket -of pink rose petals, served as flower girl. Mr. June H. Rudlsill, Jr., was the best man . and Messrs: Nolan G. Nuckolls and Bryan O'Daniel were the Groomsmen. Following the ceremony Mr. and Mrs. Bostick left for a Southern bri dal trip and on their return, after Jan. 10, will be at home on Wal dran boulevard. Mrs. G. D. Flinn and Mrs. F. G. Smith, of New Orleans, were the out-of-town guests present at the wedding. Harwell-Marshall. The numerousMrlends of Mr. J. W. Marshall, who has for many- years been connected with the .local offices of the Illinois Central Railroad com pany, will be delighted to know that he and his charming bride, who was formerly Mrs. Dora L. Harwell, of Atlanta, Ga., have arrived in the city. They were married at the home of the bride in Atlanta on Dec. 29. Mr. and Mrs. Marshall are at the Hotel Chlsca for thef present CLUBDOM . Announcements Mrs. Dewey Hostes. At the dinner-dance In honor of Miss Elien Craft on Saturday even ing at the Country club. Mrs. Curtis Dewey will be the charming hostess. Miss Craft Is one of the most-popular of the season's debutant and the affair in her honor Is being eai erly 'anticipated. D. 0. S. Club, The D. O. S. club will entertain with a dancing party on Friday eve ning la- the home of Miss jviyn Hall, 836 North Watklns street, in honor of Miss Gertrude Grismore and Messrs. Clyde and Palmer Small wood, who are home from college for the holidays. Christmas decorations will be used In the rooms where dancing will be enjoyed. The chandeliers will be shaded in red and green and banked With snow. About 60 friends will be present In Honor of Mrs. Worden.' One of the loveliest and most elab orate luncheons given at the Nine teenth Century club on Saturday will be tendered by members of the choral class in honor of Mrs. Marie Green wood Worden, director of the class. Mrs. Berry Brooks and Mrs. R. D. Fisher will be in charge of the dec orations and the affair promises to be lovely in every detail. In Honor of Miss Spencer. Miss Orra Spencer, of Luddington, Mich., who is a guest in the home of Mrs. David Fentress, will be the honoree of the party tendered by Mrs. F. M. Guthrie on Saturday at the New Year's luncheon and dance at the Nineteenth Century club. Luncheon at Country Club. Mrs. John B. Clough will compli ment Miss Mabel Martin, one of the popular young college girls, with a luncheon at the Country club on New Year's day. The guest list will in clude college girls and boys who are at home for the holidays. Mr .and Mrs. Eueene McGehee are receiving congratulations upon the birth of a little daughter, Dorothy Williamson. Mrs. McGehee , was formerly Miss Dorothy Williamson and is the daughter' of the Rev. Dr. and Mrs. C. H. Williamson. GUESTS AND PARTICIPANTS MUST PRESENT TICKET3 Members of the committee In charge of the New Year's cabaret Which will be given on Friday eve ning at the Hotel Gayoso for the benefit of the Cripple Children's hospital, have announced that all guests and all those participating In the program must have their tickets and must retain their coupons, other, wise if tiiey leave the ballroom they can not return. They want all 'the guests of the evening and the general public to understand thut everything which they have for sale at the cabaret has been donated and the entire pro ceeds goes to the hospital. Among those who have contributed articles -and In other ways assisted the committee, members of which are very grateful, are: Puper hats, made by the Kornlck Wholesale company, J. Goldsmith & Son, Bry's, Godbpld & Webb. Paper used In making the hats, the Tayloe Paper company. Balloons, by the Memphis and the Tennessee Paper companies. Horns, by the William R. Moore and the Memphis Queensware com panies. Programs, the DIxon-Paul Print ing company. Cigars and clgarets by various to bacco firms. Candy, donated by many IfioTVid uals and made from materials fur nished by the Corn Products com pany. Souvenir hammers from the Zeig feld Follies, of New York. Flowers, from all the leading flor ists. , Miss Florence Riley has contrib uted her time and the Use of her stu. dio for several weeks to train the dancers, and Miss Celine Wright has given her services as accomnanist and the Memphis papers have given nine, space ana papers. MIRAMICHEE CAMP PARTY IN HOME OF MRS. EWING The girls of the Y. W. C. A., who enjoyed the past summer at Mlram ichee camp, enjoyed the charming hospitality of Mrs. Caruthers Ewing on Thursday evening in her hand some home on Madison avenue.. A Christmas decorative scheme added to the attractiveness of the rooms thrown open to the guests. who spent a very happy evening playing games and singing camp songs. Delicious sand wishes and hot chocolate were served and later thn girls gathered around a cheerful log ure io enjoy a marsnmailow toast. While gatnered in Mrs. Ewlng's home the girls organized the Mlram- ichee club and will hold a meeting eacn montn. Tne omcers elected were: Miss Vesta Kav. nresldent: Miss Pat Halsey, vice-president, and Miss Louise VanJHorn, secretary and treasurer. I Mrs. James 81 Patteson was elect ed an honorary president and Mrs. Ewing and Mrs. C. N. Buch honorary members. About 35 girls had the pleasure of bebng present. a . . Serving Dinners. . The ladies of the Second Methodist Episcopal church are serving deli cious home-cooked dinners all this week -on Ihe second floor of Bry's store. - HAREM TURBAN Harem turban of silver cloth de signed by Joseph. Small roses of American Beauty shade cluster on eltner side. N.Y. STATE OFFICIALS INDICTED FOR LARCENY NEW YORK, Dec. 3t Indictments were returned against State Comp troller Eugene M., Travis, Comptroller-elect James A. Wendell and Al bert L. Jurfson, wealthy dealer In. securities, charging them with grand larceny and fraudulently auditing the comptroller' books. The charges grew out of the recent Investigation of the comptroller's of fice at which time it was testitled that securities were bought for the state above their market value and that Judson acquired profits of ap proximately $1,000,000, Red Cross Home Service. The home service of the Memnhla Red Cross, 146 Court avenue, is anx ious to locate Prof. H. W. B. Barnes, who was a captain in the American, Red Cross service overseas for 18 months. Professor Barnes is a concert con ductor and musician who wan last hdard from In Memphis. This office also desires to lnratn William Barber, whose former ad. dress was 1269 Chelsea avenue, Mem- pnis, xenn. Information to the interest of both men awaits them at the hands of the Red Cross. They are asked to call or communicate with the above of fice. Elizabeth Club. The chairman of the dovational committee, of the Elizabeth club will meet on Tuesday evening at 7:30 o'clock at the club. . Meeting Postponed. The meeting of the Daughters of America, which was to have been held Friday evening at the Knights of Pythias hall, has been indefuriTely postponed. CARRIAGE LICENSES?" RoSl Antoinette BraQleyand"B.-EIhs Bostick, Sarah Ann McCormlsh and Pete Spencer, Miry L. Wright and Everliard K. Sobral, Mkry C. Pollard and Etntnett Culp, Elsie S. Moore and Bowie B Drummond, Mamie J. Smith and George . Cole, Rose Cherry and Sam Kaplan, Laura Laetta Whltten and Wyatt W Lipscomb, Mary Margaret Alexander i a .EVs' Mrs- Vlrle L. Barrasso and Pat Maher. Sudla Tyler and Will Stewart, Annie Boyd and Lwnnlo Lea, Jessie Holeman ?"d B' Mdntyre. Susie Johnson and Hamible Long, Rhodft Williams and Jesse Whitmdie. Willie Langaton and James Tate. 'Marie Roberts and WU1 Harris, Annie Dunn and Will Posey, Carrie Dickson and Robert Banks. BIRTHS. Henry Edward and lone Adams, Tu nica, Miss., Dec. 27; girl. N. D. and Pearl Kimble Ryon, 961 Kansas, Dec. 28; girl. Robert 8. and Hael Going Love, 1700 Galloway, Dec. 22; boy. Joseph Fred and Hannah BIttner Harpniann, 543 Vanee, Dec. 27: girl. Spony and Julia Nfcautro, 775 East street, Dec. 22; boy. Peter Raymond and Ida Lee Beasley, LaGrange, Tenn., Dec. 28; girl. Stanley A. and Aurella Puryear, 1083 South Parkway, Dec. 27; boy. Tony and Mary Luachesi, 1527 Flor ida, Dec. 24; boy. Bruce C. und Annie Monace Tutwller, address not given, Dec. 27; girl. Karl Frederick and Evelyn Eaheart, Buntyn, Dec. 22; boy. Hie and Annie Chlem Brezoff, 198 East McLemore, Dec. 17; boy. Carl and Sally Wright Osborn, 128 DeSoto, Dec. 29; boy. Rice and Pearl Travis Bumpas, 863 Latham, Dec. 17; girl. Charlie and Mayeler Cooper, rear 910 Latham, Dec. 26; boy. DEATHS. Mrs. Ida Brodey, 60, 425 North Mc Neil, Dec. 27; lobar pneumonia. Vincent Terrell, 5, St. Peter's orphan age, Dec.' 28; congenetal syphilis. James L. Glover, 1 year, President's island, Dec. 29; bronchitis. George M. Mallory, 46, 2080 Court, Dec. 20; apoplexy. Annio Laura Early, 17 days, 268 North Montgomery, Dec. 19; pneumonia. Winfleld C. Sanders. 32, Baptist Me morial hospital, Dec. 16; nephritis. Richard Barton, 2, 308 West Iowa, Dec. 28; broncho pneumonia. Charley Rhodes, Jr., 6, St. Joseph's hospital, Dec. 28; pneumonia. Thomas Wyckoff, 78, 205 South Main, Deo. 17; cause not given. Percy Jackson, 1 year, 1336 Kennedy, Dec. 2; pneumonia. Charlie Olven, 6 months, 846 Bruns wick, Dec. 24; smothered (accident). Mary Alexander, 30, Mebphis Gen eral hospital, Dec. 28; appendicitis. Amlrew Patton, 48. Memphis General hospital, Dec. 26; nephritis. I Here and There Miss Evelyn Douglas, of Nashville, Tenn,, is the guest of Mrs. L. W. Magrhder, 3TT Stonewall place, for the New Year season. Numerous so cial affairs have been planned in honor of Miss Douglas, who Is both charming and accomplished and has been adjudged on many 'occasions the prettiest girl in the South. David King Fentress, who Is spend ing the holidays with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. David Fentress, will leave the first of the week , to re sume his studies at Mercersburg academy, Pennsylvania. Miss Orra Spencer, who is .spending the holidays as the guest of Miss Cecilia Frith, In the home of her aunt, Mrs. David Fentress, expects o leave on Sunday for her home In Luddington, Mich. Mrs. Louis Pavla, of New York, for merly Miss Elizabeth Chambers, has been called home by the critical ill ness of her mother, Mrs. I. N. Chambers, which is a source of deep, est regret to her many friends. After spending the holidays with his parents:, Mr. and Mrs. David Fen tress, Mr. James Fentress will return to the S. P. university, in Clarks. ville, Tenn., leuving on Monday, BUSINESS AND SOCIAL MRS. CAROLINE KEATING REED Resumes Teaching. Cultivation of the Singing Voice. Breath control. Tone. Diction. In Piano Instruction given for recitals. accompanying and ensemble. Studio, 1644 Vinton avenue. Tel. Hem. 1544. adv. Dr. Willis C. Campbell announces the removal of his offices and clinic to his new building, 869 Madison ave nue. . adv. SCHOOL TO ENLARGE. A complimentary nermlt was issued Thursday afternoon by the city building inspector to' the Memphis school board authorising an addition of four rooms o the Maury school bulldlne. Tha work will amount to about $20,000. The rooms will be used as classrooms when finished. Work Is to start at jtnee. Dixie Club Entertained. Members of the Dixie club were entertained on Thursday afternoon Dy Mrs. e. j. Hollphan in her home, 1845 Young avenue. The rooms where the card games waa enjoyed was artistically decor ated in Christmas colors. At the conclusion of the game prizes were awarded Mrs. John Domus, . Mrs Wade Hampton, Mrs. R. J. Norton, Mrs. Jim Wilhlte and Mrs. L. C. Barton- A aeliclous salad course was served later in the afternoon. Stickups Get Coin From Pedestrians Small sums of money were taken by negro highwaymen "v Thursday night in the holdups' of J?S. Smith 1192 Wilson avenue, and E. D. John son, Macon Road and Highland ave nue. Smith lost $5 and a watch at Vance and Driver while a negro took 33 from Johnsoif on Washington ave nue near Main. ROAD TO GET LOAN. WASHINGTON. Dec. 31. The New York Central was authorized today by the Interstate commerce commission to issue 131.213,000 In notes and bonds to secure government loans of $26,775,000 made recently to Its subsidiary lines, the MichiRan Central, the Big Pour the Lake Erie & Western, the Toledo & Ohio Central and Kanawha & Michi gan and the Zancsyllle & Western. Read News Scimitar Wants. Believe Raine Will Be Granted Pardon By Gov. Roberts Hunter Wilson, cotton merchant and former district attorney-general for Shelby county, an Hugh Ma gevney returned Friday from Nash ville where they appeared before the pardoning board and appealed to Gov. Roberta to pardon Hunter Raine, who wrecked the old Mercan tile bank and served a sentence of about five years in' the federal pri son at Atlanta and recently began to serve a sentence received In the state courts for the same offense. Mr. Wilson is Interested in securfhg a pardon for Raine merely for the rea son that he believes that he has al ready been sufficiently punished. Mr. Magevney represented Mr. Raine at i his trial. Mr. Wilson is of the opinion that Gov. Roberts will consider favorably the application for pardon within the next few days. Gov. Roberts was presented with a petition signed by officerw and officials of every bank in Me' iphis, with one exception. The paruL.j was signed by the 12 mem bers of the jury that convicted Raine and Jo L. Hutton, who prosecuted Rine us slate bank examiner ap peared before Gov. Roberts and the (jaruuning board and .urged the par don. According to Mr. Wilson all county officials and all deputies signed the petition, which was also signed by ome of the directors of the wrecked bank. Mr. Wilson was confident that the strong netition submitted -o the governor will cause him to take fa vorable action. Broker's Widow To Rest In Elmwood Mrs. W. E. Richmond, died follow ing a short illness, at Baptist hos pital Thursday night. Mrs. Rich mond was the wife of W. E. Rich mond, manager of Shepard & Gluck, cotton brokers. The funeral will take place from the residence. 622 South Cooper, Saturday. Burial will be in Elmwood. Mrs. Richmond was tan active worker in the Union Avenue Metho dist church. She is survived by her husband, one son, Lawrence Eugene Richmond: her father, John Drexler: one brother, Adrian Drexler. and one sister. Mrs. Lotta M. Wood, of Bir mingham. Held For Theft Of Suit Cases Suspected of having stolen several handbags and grips from trovelers at the depots, Edna Rumsey, noted police character, and Frank Pruitt, both of whom have served senten ces for larceny, were arrested Thurs day by Detective 8ergts. Heckle and Clark. Four suitcases were recovered. One was Identified by T. T. Towns, Bates vllle. Miss., his. ROAD ASKS LOAN FOR SECOND HAND ENGjNE WASHINGTON, Dec. 31. The bor rowed locomotive now used by rhs Fredericksburg & Northern railroad, a short line In Texas, Is about all In, the road told the Interstate commerce com mission today in msking application for a federal loan of $20,000 with which to purchase a "good second-hand" engine. Pnless another locomotive Is acquired by spring, the application said, the road will be forced to suspend. FOR A TAXI PHONE MAIN 784 You'll Find 784 Starter Stations . At ; Gayoso Hofel Chisca Hotel ' and Peabody Hotel Always Safe, Reliable, Ready . $3.00 Per Hour 784 TaxiS Auto Co. HARRY HALL, Mgr. Phone 784, 785 153 UNION. "FOR SWEET LOVERS" What a delightful greeting and what an appropriate New Year's remembrance is FLOYD'S FAMOUS CANDIES The South' s Sweetest Producet For 48 Years Floyd's Candles have been famous for their goodness, taste and purity. Try Floyd's now. 40c to $1.50 Per Pound FLOYD'S, Inc. ROBT. K. HAGERTY, Pres. 129 North Main St, YALE GETS MILLION. BRIDGEPORT. Conn., Dec. 31 Under the terms of ths will of Robert M. Judson. uif file tor probate here, Yale university is made residuary legs, tee of the estate which Is valued at mora than 11,000,000. Christmas Presents For her at greatly reduced , prices. Miller's Ready -to-W ear, Millinery and Fur Shop 174 SOUTH MAIN ST. Crsdlt Gladly Extanded PLANT CUTS WOEK. ANDOVER. Mass., Dec. II Notices were posted by the Tyer Rubber com pany announcing the plant will be run only two days a week until further no tice. It has tOO employes. A waca cut of 15 per cent became effectlva Dec IJ. Fay-Bell Gift Shop In tha Piccadilly Watch Papers for Our After-Xmaa gale 10S South Court Main 221 "Say It With Flowers" For Charming Yuletide Greetings, or Lovely New Year's Remembrances, Send IDLEWILD Flowers "Choicest That Grow" Special Flower Greetings, $3 to $25 Each AH the loveliest of freshly cat flowers and many kinds of beautiful blooming plants await- your selection at both Idlewild Stores, for your New Year's message to those .who care. Phone 8uggrtions, Given. IDLEWILD Greenhouses 89 South Main fit. Phone Main 1738. W. H. ENGLEHART, Pri-s. 234 East St. Night, Hem. 4080. "Meet Me at Warnock's" The Centrally Located Drug Htore Supreme Agents in Memphis N for Nunnally's v Jacobs ' Fuorst & Kramer and Huyler's Candies Always Fresh The Drug Store Supreme Warnock's Gayoso Hotel Fountain !yiiia;;E!S;i!;EM I Wood's Candy Memphis. temptingly Delicious 26 S. Main St. I Exclusive Agents in Memphis Mailt VXlL w l, 'i It I jr J . 3 s ,, a7 mi laHMaMaaiaBHiAKMaMaataMtHaaa .' ,B- lj CLOSED :, I All Day Saturday j m New Year's ll i Day ; i MWttl'"tfflt'l..l... mMmv&l'M WWS I WVAi'fff yPv im WWV BWli 'mmmmmt ii ,UU.4itU1lui.iiiU Our Coming Monday 33d Sent i-Annual Sa le of o More -Than 100,000 Yards of America's Most Wanted Silks At a Fraction of Their Real Value Memphis greatest silk event is here countless queries are an sweredthis annual feast of remarkable offerings in new fash ioned silks at old-fashioned prices opens "with more splendor than any similar event since pre-war days. That Bry's, since the first great break in the silk market, has procured for its public the very cream of qualify silks at the lowest ebb of the market is without question. 1 .4 SI See the Sunday Paper U1 ft'fllil Iffl ini.ii.....lii.:.!i-.i.iie i';.