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I BY GEORGE R. HOLMES, (International Nawt Service Staff Carraapondant.) WASHINGTON. Dec. SI. Con trary to the Impressions existing In many quarter, the retiring member of the Democratic administration will retreat from Washington after March 4. not with '"beaten and lagging foot steps," but with heads up and eager to recoup financially for the losses Incurred in years of public service. Not many cabinet members in Washington manage to live on their salaries, and there Is a positive air of relief around some of the depart ment at the prospect of getting back Into money-making channels again. They also view with no little satis faction the easy chair criticism of the government Instead of the office chair defense of it. Practically all the member of President Wilson's cabinet have completed their plans for after March 4, It was learned. President Wilson will not lead the parade from Washington a presi dents have In former years. He will remain In Washington and devote 1 his time to historical and economlo . writings. Vice-President Marshall declares he . ha no definite plans other than to "seek some quiet spot and treat." t "For eight years," he said. "I have ;been In the cave of the winds. I Jneed a rest." Secretary of State Colby, the 'youngest member of the- president's ' official family, will return to New ITork and resume his law practice. '"'(. Secretary of War Newton D. Ba , ker will return to Cleveland and -again take up the practice of law. ; Returns to Paper. if ' Secretary of the Navy Josephus .Daniels will go to his homo in ! Raleigh, N. C and there alt In the 'editor's easy chair of the Raleigh News and Observer, which he owns. ' I : Secretary of the Treasury David F. Houston wants to go back to the farm. But he Is considering some S alluring offer from financial lnsti 'tutlons In New York and Chicago. Attorney.General A. Mitchell ' Palmer plans to return to his home 7 in Stroudsburg, Pa., where he ha business Interests. Secretary of Agriculture Edwin T. Meredith will go back to De Moines, la., to direct his agricultural papers and advertising business. Postmaster-General Burleson will : aeturn to Texas where he has agrl ' cultural and other business Interests. "HI friends expect to see him a can didate for congress In 1922. C' Secretary of the Interior John Bar ton Payne plans to return to Chicago and his law practice, along with other business Interests there. Secretary of Commerce J. W. Alex ander plana to retire to bis farming -interests around Gallatin. 'Mo. Secretary of , Labor William B. Twilson'has not completed his future plans, it was said at hi office to day. ' In addition to these, host of of : ficials of lesser rank have already made plant or are making business .connection with a view to retire ment March 4. Bead News Scimitar Wants. RETIRING CABINE MEMBERS GLAD TO QUIT PUBLIC LIFE Going To Paris To Buy Latest Stylet r 5 M. J. STARR. M. J. Starr, head of the millinery de partment of Bry's department store, will leave Saturday for New York, pre paratory to sailing for Europe on bis fourth semiannual buying tour. One feature of his trip of Interest to the women of Memphis will be his se ries of 12 Illustrated articles on fnah lons In millinery abroad, which will run rxcluatvely In The News Scimitar. He will visit London, Paris. Nice, Monte Carlo and Berlin. This trip Is the first to Include the latter city. Upon his last trip ho toured Switxes land. , While on such tours he not only buys the lateRt styles of millinery for the annual March opening of Bry's. but many novelties, such as hand-embroidered pillow cases, all kinds of fancy work, and dancing dolls, which were a feature In Bry's toy dopwtment dur ing the holidays. There are certain sections of Paris and Berlin where curios can be found. He will spend several days In each of these sections, buying tho many curios which strike the fancy of the pub He. Upon his arrival in Paris he will visit the shops of the leading modistes, who can only be Interviewed by appoint ment, but with whom Mr. Starr Is well acquainted. Here he will purchase for his store the latest styles in millinery, have them photogiaphed on living mod els and dispatch them to The News Scimitar, in which they will appear ex cluslvelVt A complete description of the entire erles will be furnished by Mr. Starr personally. TWENTY-TWO SIGN FOR WORLD COURT LONDON, Dec. 81. Twenty-two na tions already have signed the protocol of the permanent court of International justice constituted by the league of na tions, says the Central News todav. 'he Fraieitial Iismraice On Residences, Apartment Houses and In the City of Memphis at 6 These Columbia Mdrtae Peter G. Grant, President Chas. . Tucker, Vice-President Office: 80 and GRANT & TUCKER, INSURANCE Neely Grant, Manager. PRICES FOR MILK WILL BE LOWERED Shelby County Dairymen's As sociation Agrees to Mini mum Price of 18 Cents a Quart for Sweet Mil. Milk, consumers in Memphis will buy their milk after Jan. 1, at a reduction of about 10 per cent from current level. That Is to say, at as low as 18 r-r.la a quart and 10 cents a pint for sweet milk and 10 cents a quart for buttermilk. The wholesale price of milk may also be reduced, with grocers paying 8 cents a pint to dairymen who are mem bers of the Shelby County Duiry men's association. Agreement was reached at a meet ing of the association Thursday night whereby the foregoing prices adopted as the minimum figures at which members might sell their milk. Indications that the cut In price might not be general were contained in the strong argument put up against the cut by Beveral members of the association and the divided vote on the question. It developed, however, that consid erable competition in the dairying business had sprung up recently, 28 applications for dairy licenses hav ing been filed within the past 45 days. Most of these new entries are AFTER NEW YEAR Nathan Trivers & Bro. NEW YORK Extend Their Sincere Wishes to Their Patrons and the Public in General For a Very x. HAPPY NEW YEAR in Behalf of Their Local Branch Store mm Loans Are For $1,000 THE NEWS not affiliated "with the association and It was said that they were seek ing to establish a buRinesM through the cut-price route. The Increase in the number of dairies Is being reflected in the milk supply and those favoring the :wer price at Thursday's meeting contend ed that it was necessary in order to Induce the public to drink more milk. They contended that the association was faced with the alternative of a Jjmluntary cut now or a forced one within a very short time. Lower price of feedstuffs and the fact that other cities not a great dis tance from Memphis are getting milk at figures even lower than the new minimum established here, were also cited as furnishing reasons for a cut in prices. It was also pointed out that labor, which a year ago was scarce, high and Inefficient, is now plentiful, much cheaper and working well. The minority opposed to the price cut Indicated that it would not fol low the cut, but It was agreed that they might charge more If they could get It and remain on speaking terms with their customers, GLENN COMES OUT FOR OPEN SHOPS MICHIGAN CITY, Ind., Dec. 31. The open shop In founded on the prin ciple of Americanism, established r.mro than a century ago, while the closed shop Is advocated by those who are the apostles of violence and force, m the opinion of John M. Glenn, , secre tary of the Illinois Manufacturers' as sociation, speaking here before the Ro tary club. Klimlnatlon of labor bosses was declared to be one of the means of clearing the Industrial situation, and the Influence of public opinion, Mr. Glenn said, would be the ruling factor In final settlement of industrial con -As Correspondent of- We Are Prepared to Make Loans And a Reasonable Commission and Over and For Five Years, or Are Annual Installments SCIMITAR. ' ESCAPED PRISONERS . STILL AT LIBERTY GAINESVILLK. Tex.. Dec. Si. Geo. ftfiber and Joe Torres, who. with two companions, escaped from county Jail here Wednesday night. . still were at large today. Charley Jones and Walter Shanks, rearrested at Sherman, were returned to Jail last night. Torres was held In connection with the recent killing of a messenger boy at Wichita Falls by a motor truck and ha 1 been removed to the Cooke county Jail as a precaution against possible mob violence. Hoberhe other missing man, was held on a charge of miscegenation. Read News Scimitar Wants. fl Everybody Will Be There At the STRAND and MAJESTIC New Year's Eve Parties 11 O'Clork, Big Programs Jazz, comedies, pretty girls, nov elties. Bring your own noise ADMISSION 80c Special Street Car Service st 12:30 START THE 6 Nortn Main St Open 7 a.m. Genuine Lamb Legs ' 27c Genuine Lamb Loin (Roast or Chops) 30c Pork Loin Roast -v .....23c Shoulder Beef Roast ...t j .....12c Chuck Beef Roast, lb . MOc BEEF Rib and Brisket, lb Chuck Roast, lb Shoulder Roast, lb. .... Prime Rib Roll, lb. Rump Roast, lb Sirloin Steak, lb. Porterhouse Steak, lb. ...( Round Steak, lb Fresh Ground Beef, lb .Fresh Beet Brains, 2 seta CHEESE Print Cream, lb Domestic Swiss, lb. ... . Brick Cheese, lb. ........ "V Limbureer. cake Cromar Nut Margarine, lb. Vegaco Oleomargarine Strictly Fresh Eggs, aoz. Trast Com W. G. Henderson, Vice 82 Madison Avenue FOCH SUBMITS HIS REPORT ON GEM ANY PARIS, Uec. 31. Starshal Foch has submitted to the council of embassa dors his report on tne progress made, by Germany toward disarmament. Georges Irfyrues, president of tno council of mlnlsters'of the French re public, conferred with the ambassa dors of Great Britain and Italy concern ing the matter yesterday, and It is be lieved the British and Italian govern ments will be asked toVagTee to an urgent settlement of the problem. I. is probable that an ailed conference rela tive to the situation will be called. Witji Glasses n Youngiat Seventy-Fipe Witjiout Glasses Old at Forty-Five Move Your Eyes Examined E. C. JEWELL OPTOMETRIST 516-517 Exchange Building Phone M. 34 H Memphis NEW YEAR RIGHT Buy Your FERRIS D. SPECIAL PRICES OPEN ALL DAY SATURDAY 4 PORK Loin Roast, lb. , 24c Loin Chops, lb. 25c Pork HaHT (whole), lb ...24c Fresh Pork Shoulder (whole), lb.... 20c Fresh Spareribs, lb. 18c Pure Pork Sausage, 2 lbs 35c Breakfast Link Sausage, lb. .35c Mixed Pan Sausage, lb 15c Smoked Picnics, lb 20c Solid Meat Pork Roast, lb. ........ .23c Pig Brains, tray 15c Genuine Lamb, Legs, lb. ......... . .80c Genuine Lamb, Shoulder, lb. 28c Genuine Lamb, Chops, lb 35c Genuine Lamb, Breasts, lb 10c MISCELLANEOUS ..12c J8 c Oc 26 28c 22c .lc ...... 25c .30c .45c .30c .35c .32c .38c .78c M-M Smoked Ham (whole), lb. 26c M-M BreakfasOBacon (sliced), lb. . . .33c C0 of America Business Interest Repayable in Monthly and n - President if FRIDAY, Miss Juliet Allein ALLEIN & BUCKNER LIFE, FIRE, A.UTO, BURGLARY INSURANCE 03 Porter Bldg. H Coming? 'W A New Star! i,...,. - , - .Mjlu - Ui;il!lliyi!!liHO!!lll!!l!IIIIOIM FI5K, Manaaer. V UNTIL 12 NOON Br0MP Morris Supreme Smoked Hams (whol0... ..24c Pure Hog Lard (loose)......... .......-... .16c Swift's Jewel Compound .......13c M. M. Breakfast Bacon (half or whole side),.. . ..28aC Properties v mm Neely Grant, Secretary DECEMBER SI, 1920. Mrs. Walter P. Bnckae Main 1843 , TV ,.M..u,.j,.n.,(. Meats Here 6 North Main St. Close 10 p.m. M-M Bacon (by piece), lb. ....... .81c Smoked Hams, sliced, lb. 45c Pure Hog Lard, lb ........17c Sliced Dried Beef, lb 7Rc Frankfurt Sausage, lb .. . 5c Wiener Sausage, lb 25c Cooked Corn Beef, lb. 60o Pickled Corn Beef, lb. ,221.c Boiled Ham (sliced) lb 45c Fresh Dressed Hens, lb.. ...83c New Salt Mackerel, each 15c and 30c Peanut Butter, 2 lbs; ............. ,85c New Sauer Kraut, lb., 10c; 3 lbs...... 25c VEAL Veal Legs (whole), lb. JU.. 22c Veal Shoulders, lb .....20c Veal Breast, lb. n....10o Veal Rib Chops, lb. .22c Brookfield - Butter, lb. 57c Fresh Rabbits, each 85c