The Knoxville Journal from Knoxville, Tennessee on December 27, 1925 · 4
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We endevor to carry a complete stock of High Grade Goods, so you have the satisfaction of knowing you are getting the BEST when you ' , ' Re Your Guide in Time et Sorrow lind us courteous: -kind and attentive to all requirements ot the occasion. S. L. SAILING Co. FUNERAL PARLORS Ambulance Service Day and Night 829 Magnolia - Phones, 1121. , , p MANE SOCIETY -.7 7,):::46.01..:.'-:.':-1:'',---:04:0,-té4---,:':.;::;i: maTsjANUARY4.:7::::::clit..;...E.1101..144k1---.:7150a0b.:4 -, .--,:-. ,-, , . - - --f ,, - - ' ' -,,---kt -L - -----,- - -- - - - - , - - ---- - ., .- , - . --:. .- raar.---dr.--, ",, -, - .- -. A .. A . !-, .: --- : , - " . , Capt. Ti ii Newman Witt rte. nott Successful Year For His Wptke - Captain T. J. Newrlian,- officer et the Knox County Humane society. will Make hit annual report rtt tht meeting of the society Urinary 4: - This session Will be held at I p. m., In the city court room, Capt tin Newman announced YetiterdaY. "The year ending has Fteen one of the Most of the societYi because the owners of dumb animals have been tin-to take better care of these pet4 and cloMestic animals," Captain Neman Stated. s 'Obtervations Made by the veteran officer during the past year hat? convinced him that owners of horses and cows and all Aber kir,lz of animals are giving mfwe att-ontion to them. While the number:of nor' in the city is gradually growurr smaller front year to year, because of the mere general use of autonsobiles and motor cars, there are full many lovers of hoeses in the city and horses are being used to a considerable extent. Investigations htve disclosed that owners of horses are keeping them better shod than in former years and almost every ho9'ple has a Warm, comfortable stable for WI nter. in former years many neglected shoeing hortses as long as possible. Modern coricret 3 end asphalt streets make It impracticable for horses to travel with assured steps unleas they are well shod. trancieris of dogs also are giving Itlóre attention to their canines and they are not allovVed to run !in the ,Ntreets as they were a few, yeers1 ago. Captor Of Former Rum Ship Takes s Her Off Shoals - - CHATAAM, Brass., bee. The, two masted schoOner Mary .Langdon. 80 years old. and a 'former rum runner, was floated today from Stenehorse Shoal after grounding there late last night, and was towed to Vineyard Haven undamaged. The vessel was on her way from Gloucester to Miami. Fla., with a cargo of furniture and building material. She was rescued by the coast guard cutter which seized her as a rum runner five months ago. ' Flares burning at sea half a mile south of Stonehorse lightship gavel the first warning of the 'vessel's plight. Tpe crew of three fought a 40-mile gale for hours and rigged an l anchor chain of discarded Chain ! when two other anchors had been torn away. The coast guard cutter! Acushnet despatched from Woods! Bole. put nine men aboard after al tussle with a storm sea, and then 'look the Mary Langdon in tow. The Mary Langdon ELS built at Thomaston. Maine. in 1845. Last June she was seized off Woods Hole by the Acushnet and a government ! patrol boat, and a cargo of liquor, camouflaged as lumber, was confiscated. , 'DENIES HARDING'S - LETTERS DESTROYED WASHINGTON, Dec-- 26. (AP),--The Washington Poet tomorrow will print a denial by George Christian, Jr., secretary to the late President Harding that personal letters of the executive were destroyed by Mrs. Harding. "Personal letters of the late PresIdent Harding," the Post quotes-Mr. Christian as saying, "were conserved by his widow, Florence Kling Harding and willed by her to the Harding memorial association, they were not destroyed. Some of the unimportant oat-respondence were naturally not included by Mrs. Harding; in the file which she cherished and donated in her will. "The file- that the president of the United States takes away front the white house bt purely a personal and confidential file. A Chaimini, no,on Reflection Is Obtained by Using Cuticura Soap Daily, assisted by Cuticura Ointment when required. It keeps the pores active, the skin dear and free from eruptions and the treaty in a healthy bair-trowing condition. Sot. re. Otetwent IS Nal libikers geld retzivirtkors. .11111 reastel. aor CuVour7TAsia;ta tick 25e. People Like To Go Home And Eat Mother's Cooking -- Christmas Day; Railroads Are Taxed. As old Santa unharneases his flock of reindeers a'-ay Up at the North Pole with the thought that "I Wish I'd stayed away down south In Dille," those who profited much by his annual cheer .spreading tour nt the world it back and begin figuring just hat happened during Chtistmas week. There are millions now who are pondering over a Method to tscape 1 the deluge of statetnents that will' usher in the Nev: Year with a silver clang, but on the other hand a mat? behind a desk in the Southern Railway passenger office on Gay street is figuring on means of transportingthe thousands who took advantage of the holidays to spend few days with the old folks lit, home and gorge themselves with Ma's cooking. G. R. Pettit. the Southern's division passenger agent, yesterday gave out some interesting figures on the, Christmas travel and how the Southern aided in sending home I thousands of College boys and girls.4 business men and women and others' who have come to Knoxville in the merry chase for the eagle. He also told about the hundreds who have left Knoxville in the hunt for education. fame and fortune and who County Court To Hold Important Session Next Monday Morning Interest Centers Mainly About Report Of Revenue Corn-mission Which Is Auditing Knox Records. S moloo Session of the Knox county guar-county Road CiAnmission rehit!ing to and oats also profited slighti terly court whch will be held neYt the finanttal status of the highwny wheat'rise. -Monday m ng orni promises to be ens department and a petition for an o tn Ad-F of the Most I,:lrtant as wsll as i!.- emergency app.-"prlation with whirb -I tereeting neld by that leglative to pperate the workhouse and handle mi ts orgeries is -------- ----1 11-.111i-lino vrinttatst n ni body in years. Interest will center prineipally around the report of the revenue commission which has been erignied for the last four months In making. an audit of all county offices with especial refererce to the office of the judge of the ouarterly report with regard to the disbursement Warra. This comritissien, composed f former Magistrate George W. 1-1111, John C. Carter and C. B. Johns 3n has had a tedious task In assemb:ing the facts governing this Inquiry, It Is stated, and will submit a rat ter voluminous report of its findinr;s when the court meets. Various and eonflicting reperts have e.en circulation for weeks with respect to the Issuanee and 2astilag of county warrant; for county debts. but silence as to the actual conditions Is all-that greets the Inquiring one when diseuesing the matter with the members of the commission. With the revenue board nearing the close of Its work there have been reports to the. crect that membeis of the county .:tourt will pfesent end adoption of a iesolution for the retention of an expert auditing firm to audit the books of every ?ounty official as well as magistrates wi,o have offices for the handling cl criminal and civil business, with respect to their dockets and thr handling of The quarterly court will also have before It a report from the Knox lientuoinans !Alan To Raise Million In Day To Honor Bryan LOUISVILLE. Dec. 26. (AD) Tentative plans for Kentucky s part in raising $1,000,000 for a memorial In 'Washington to the late William Jennings Bryan will be considered at a luncheon here Monday. The plan is to raise $1.000.000 or more on one day. Bryan s birthday. March 19. and those attending the isitial meeting tomorrow will be told of what already has been accomplished throughout the country. Final decision has not been made ae to the Torm of the memorial. but it was saki that it is not likely that the suggestion for a university In Washington will be considered as it is not desired to conflict with plans for a Bryan memorial university at Dayton, Tenn. A " pence arch" over -some principal street in Washington is one of the plans under consideration. MUNDELIEN SENDS ANNOUNCEMENT OF EUCHARISTIC MEET CHICAGO, Dec. 26.-44:IGeorge Cardinal Mundelein tonight sent to 350 Roman Catholic churches in the Archdiocese of Chicago his first official announcement of the international eucharistic congress to be held here next June 20-24. The letter, translater Into nine ,languages, will be reed from the I pupils of all the churches tomorrow I and each parishioner will receive a 41 copy of -it. He called upon an Catholics to aid in caring for the lmultitudes expected for the congress 1 and said that the city would be 1 taxed to its capacity by the! throngs. Cardinal Mundelein also said that 1 he had promised there would be 1.000.000 communicants of the Sunday morning opening the congress 1 and called upon all parishioners of 1,ehicago Archdiocese to be present for the eucharistic banquet. , FIRE IS KEPT FROM NAVY TORPEDO PLANT, PLACE LOSS $50 000 ALEXANDIttA. Va. Dec. 28 9(.41.--6 A fire which f3r a time thrtatered to spread to the navy's torrell storage plant d.1 less than $50.0;41 datnage to two trocery conrem vrty-el h6uses today on the water front. Thet cause had not tot en determin,x1 to- I Zbt. - - ' Pettit deciaied that the passenger travel from point quite a distance from Knoxville was not decreased, but When final tabulations are made a gain is expected. emergency road building matters aril Another t4nergePcy 'appropriation fer the building of a new wor'tho se or a stockade. Election of the Knox county divorce proctor. -flitch office :N nr-v held by Torn C:ine. will come ber01-0, the court ttnd tie election of a fe.-ry commission and ferrymen for the county is also slated for action ut this time. Magistrate M. F. Flenniken expects to call up for conalderation the question of county support for a full time hi1th unit with the state appripriat log $5,090 toward the expense, when matehedi by a similar fund from the county. Jrt;ge Trotter's ruling that the amendment to the budget last 3111y. which Increased tht fueds for the board 01' 'health. did not contemplate -etting up of the health unit has been sustained by the court but Maz,-isfrate Flenniken reserved the right to bring the matter up again at the January term. Repbrt of the special t'ounty c mittee with regard to an un.lerpass at the Southern Railway e'rosztig at Sharp's Gan. is also einectel for consideration. The commii:tee was authorized to deal with the OM. cials of the Southern when :viagis trate Sam Herbison presentel resolution Which would have lire Thi that summar: action be taken against the z ilway company to force its erectton. 6t b0111S uoroner Has Busy Day In Holiday Tragedies ST. 1;03I:18. Mo.. Dec. 26 VP). Tragedy Stalking in the wake of Christmas rps tivittes gave the coroner's office were the busiest day in its history today when 23 violent deaths in 24 hour s. almost one an hour, were recorded. Seven of the 23 deaths were traffit, fatalities. a number reitulted from Mims and exposure. and one from Inhaling gas. A warning was sounded by Cor0- ner Vitt against an even greater 'toll or fatalities Nett, Year's Eve. He declared that most of the 23 deaths were attributable to intoxication. 1 metnaged in some way to get back to Knoxville for the annual feast with the family. Thf Memphis Special (train Nod 25 and 241), and trains No. 41 and No. 42, runrdng front New Orleans to Rest York, were operated in two sections from the nineteenth to the twenty-fourth. to accommodate the large numbers of holiday travelers.' Trains on the Knoxville , anal Coster divisions were largely increase& but none of the trains was operated In tnore than one ireetion. I3etween the eighteenth and twenty-third, the Southern added eighteen ettra Pullmans at Knoxville to trains rubbing through the city. Nearly all of these were oc-; cupled by students and business and professional rnen who were going back home ter the holidays. No attempt Was made to tabulate, the numbers of persons who daily' left Knotville for their old homes or returned to Knoxville by trains, but taliroad officials estimated yesterday that the humber approximated around 2,000 daily. "The automobile takes a very perceptible number of tatssengers this yeat, compared to the number who rode on trains last year," bald Mr. Pettit. "However, this travel was mostly to points between lfie and SOO miles from Knoxville." Colorado Girl Marries Member French Nobility DENVER, Colo.. Dec. tc.----(112)---- Anne Lewis Hughes, daughter of Circuit Judge Robert E. Lewis. and Marquis Henry De Compiegne, a member., of the French nobility, were married here today. They left tonight for New York en roots, to Europe. - , DEGREES FAVORED OVER ABILITY, IS - EDUCATOR'S CHARGE NEW YORK. Dec. 26.-44").--1 Higher degrees in American uni-1 versities are sought largely by the unfit. Frederick J. E. Woodbridge.! dean of the graduate faculties of I Columbia Univerisity. said in his annual report to President Nicholas Murray Butler. made public today .I The worship of academy degrees has unfortunately become a form of educational Idolatry. he said. In too many places in our educationaL system the possession of a degree: is too often regraded with higher favor than the possession of ability.!. WASIHNGTON. bee. tt&d.--litt second summer session of the Amer kart Institute of Co-operation will, be held at the University of Mune-, sot& June 11 t..t July 17 next. atar:es W. Holman. serrqtary of the orr salon. announ-ANI today. The Instf, I tute was created to serve as a cl-mtr- I tng hoUse for Information regrdinti the co-operative movement. argar!--1 lied agridultItral associations anti government SG State OrkialS -orUckpate In Its werk. KNOXVILIZ SUNOAY JOURNAL: Knox-mit, TENN:,'IACEMBER 27,19 POWELLINPIJIPIT AT ST. JOHN'S English Divine On American Tour Will Preach At Morn. mg Services "Prohibition is a failure in Arreets. Ica. though am ursuing further investigations- every !day," declared Belk. M. A.-Powe11.1 St clergyman of the Church of England, who preaches at 10:30 a; tn. at-St. O'oha's Episcopal church ,today- t , "The attempt to force a nation to abandon a nationerl sin Is an extraordinarily unhappy story, according to my observations- All who have money in America may get strong drink if so minded,'end some of the drink taken by misguided creatures I s simple poison," declared the distinguished visitor to Knoxville. Rev. Powell, a graduate with an arts degree from Cambridge university. and a son-in-law of the bishop of Winchester of the English church, Is paying his first visit to America. One of his sons is a recent settler In Canada. The other children are at home In the mother country at Bristol, England. the mintster's last charge. The clergyman is a lecturer, and has been invited by many civic clubs. and is a renowned Bible student. He draws no denominational lines. and will make addresses in any church of the Protestant Christian orthodox faith. He is a, guest of Mr. and Mrs. Leon Jourolmon. members of Church Street M. E. church, South. during the Christmas holidays. A large crowd is expected to greet him at the sermon this morning at the historic St. John's church. 4 To 7 1-2 Cent Gains Are Scored By Wheat For Season, Record CHICAGO, Dec. 26 (R) The wheat market turned out to be a wild affair before Saturday's short session was over and brisk buying sent prices to new seasonal records all along the line. The advances ranged from 4 to 7 1-2 cents. The upward trend was attributed mostly to strong eastern buying and the bullish governhient report early In the Week was also hell responsible for part of the .riee. There was also buying for export and it as almost entirely a professional tnarket. December wheat closed at $1.24 1-4 and registered the greatest advance. December deliveries 'Jumped for a het gain of 9 2-4 cents In the last hour of trading, but considerable pertions of the raise were cut aWay by last minute profit-taking. Corn and oats also profited slightly by W heat's rise. In Note Signatures LISBON, Portugal, Dec. 26 ().--- Alves Reis, one of the directors of ths Angola and Metropole bank, charged with being implicated in the issuance of unauthorized 600 Escudo notes . has confessed that all the signatures on the contract with the London printing firm of Water low and Sons for engraving the notes, and on other documents, were forgeries. - Ile assumes entire reSponstWitty for the scheme. The confession was communicated to It general meeting of shareholders of the Bank of Portugal, and the'-directorate of the Bank of Portugal,' including Governor.eamacho, who resigned because of the scandal, was asked to resume office. WLAUGHLIN ACCEPTS NEW YORK POLICE COMMISSIONER OFFER NEW YORK, Dec..26 (.).George V. McLaughlin . state superintendent of banks, announced today his acceptance of the office of police commissioner, offered him' iieveral days ago by Mayor-elect James J. Walker. He will take over the office on Jan-:: uary first, when Mr. Walker becomes mayor. ' 1 The Vs'esent Commnissioner Richard' E. Enright will go Out of office at the end of the ifylan administration. OPERATION IS FATAL - TO NETERAN ACTOR PH LA DELPII I A.- Dee. 21.---00)-- Thomas Grady. $S. ect-entric comedian who appeared !with The Gorilla." now playing here, died in Jefferson hospital tonight. Grady hal undergone an operation at the hospital two wqeks -ago, Tie was well known In theatrical eireles and was,a Close friend of Amy Lee, pointlar actress of a generation ago who died here yesterday. , 4 , NEW RECORD 1SSET IN JAPAN'S TRADE To11-o9 Dec. 26,(iPIt--The department of commerce ,and industrY announced today that Japans foreign trade in 11125 was tile greatest in the history of the empire, the total up to December 25 being 4,814,- 142,000 yen. The expqrts were more than 2,270.000,000 ye and the imports approximately , 2,544,000,000 yen. Exports showed an Increase of approximately 463.000,000 yen, and the Imports more than 90,000,000 yen . compared with 1924. Disease Is Cause - or Sleeping Sickness Of 14-Year-Old Girl AvArkwAN-.-tu.. Dec. Olady, Owens, the 141-year-uld Lake Forest girl who has been sleeping for more than a week. is suffering from POW1 illgetoe which prompted the sleeping sicknesn and not actualPs- slumbering, her physician declared today. - clan declared today. -; T - A nervous brtakdown .-trotti toter-study 'was at first thought to have caus:ecl her somnolence. Thrift is a wonderfut virtue, especially in an ancestor.New , York Herald-Tribune. - Toys And Tree .t - Buin' As Bo- y. , Lights Candle , it was 'happy Christmas for William Bonna !. 3-year-old grandson of W. Vir. Holton.' 1532 Forrest, arenue. I3ut the day after Was a different 1 ' Most of the lad's toys were burned yesterday morning when i be attempted to Itwht - a candle on a Christmas trel at his grandfather s house I ' The Chriatnuta tree ,aught 04 and in a flash-, was stripped of 1:4 dry, leaves. W :Wow curtains were burned. wall per scorched., nail toys and gifts Wow the tre3 were destroyed. - - - ; It was the crtly Christmas - tree fire reported to the fire department this Christmas. ' - - - SCHOOL PLANS ARE ALMOST COWIN E Question Of Location Of Ne. gro School Will Be. Con. sidered. Final proposals relative to new school buildings and extensions for Knoxville. from which the working plans and specifications Will be developed by local architects, will probably be subtrbitted to the board of education by William E. 'Utter, St. Louis at a meeting to be held in January. Superintendent Homer Shepherd stated yesterday that he had received a letter from Mr. Ittner which indicated that he would one to Knoxville during the ensuing month and his building program will in all probability be ready at that time. Ittner has submitted rough sketches of three new school buildings and several additions - to others which have betn studied and returned to him for revision by the building committee of the borad. These sketehes included the Park City Junior high !retool structure, Marble City gram-- mar school and consolidated grammar-Junior high building- -contemplated .for - the weatern side of the city and which will be contiguous to Lonsdale, West View and other subtil-ban renters of that area. , ; The board is forced to go' slowlY with its plans, W, L Ambrose, a. member, stated yesterday, but at that a vast deal of work has been accorniallehed., "We cannot Ifotecast now the approxiinate date when the board will be in position to proceed with advertising for bids on the construction or any building," he continue dt "The construction program necearily must remain within the arncunt of funds to be received from the sale of the bonds and cover cost of equipment as well, and preparation of plans to lit the pocketbook of course will require considerable time and thought. Canada's Exports In Wood Pulp Show - Material Increase OTTAWA , Dec. 26.-04:1.-4iaterial increases in Canada's exports of wood pulp, pulpwood and manutactured par during 1925 are shown by a bulletin issued today by the Dominion Bureau of Statistics. , For the twelve months ended Nov. ember 30, wood pulp exports totalltd 18,000,000 pounds valued at Wore than $47,000.000 as compared ,with 15.000,000 pounds worth 840,0004000 for the preceding twelve months. Manufactured paper and papir products to tha value of $105,445,814 were exported in the twelve months ending November 30, 1925 as compared- with 597,731,195 for the preceding twelve months. Exports of pulp wood for the 1925 period were approximately $500,000 greater than in the 1924 period.. MORTUARY I 1 CALDWELLMrs. John H. Ca Idwell, or Bristol, died Saturday night 1 :at o'ciock at the winter home of the family at Lal3elle, Fla. She had been in declining health for some time. The following children,' of Mr. and Mrs. Caldwell had been summoned, and were at her bedstde before the holidays, Miss Margie Lin Caldwell. Rochester. N. V.; John H. Caldwell. Jr.. Miami: Judge Joseph H. Caldwell, Bristol: George A. Caldwell, Knoxville: Miss Mabel Caldvrell. Bristol. Mrs. exildvrell was a daughter of the late Joseph It Anderson, One of the founders of Bristol. The body will be taken to Bristol for funeral and interment The funeral partyH was announced to leave Fort Meyer. Fla., today. MILLERFuneral services for John Lather Miller will be held this afternoon at 2:30 o'clock at the Glen-Wood Baptist church, Rev. George Presnell officiating. The remains were removed- te the home, of his daughter: Mrs. D. H. Turner, 124 East Connecticut avenue, yester day, UNDERNVOODMrs. Nellie May Underwood. 22, wife of C. 1L Underwood, died at her home, 148 Alabama avenue, at 5:29 o'clock yesterday afternoon. She is survived by her husband. her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Tobe Ezell. three sisters. Mrs. John 'Weaver. .,1k irs. Clyde Clevenger and Miss Elsie Ezell, also two brothers. AVarren and Bert Ezell, Knoxville. 1 The tuberal , will be conducted at the home Monday morning at 10 o'clock. Bev. Stamper will olliciate. Burial will be in New Gray cemeteryGAMMONPuneral services for Nitss Jennie L. Gammon. 81, former teacher in the city.schools. who died Friday afternoon at her home. 921 North Fourth avenue, from injuries received in an automobile accident, will be conducted from the home this afternoon at 2:30 o'clock-Dr. Samuel Glasgow, pastor of First Presbyterian church of which Miss Gammon had been a member Funeral Flowers Expressions of love for the bereaved family dAh best be given with flowers - a real message of sympathy. - - , Home of Flowers Phones 3400 CITY TO' IlAKE LARGE TRANSFER Cargo Amount -Or - Bonds' With Interest Falling Duel This Week: ' City of Knoxville will make Its I I largest transfe: of funds. ..'t this I fiscal year. u to New York bankin-t institutions to meet Interest Ant maturing bohdss falling. duo...January 1. early tills week. Total invoh-ed is $119,08116 with an 4il1 ' tional $56 410.14 telngt held to KVICXAin to pay ,almilar Interest Hai 'bond accounts tir.nirtfl .c. the trot tc1Ftat for this per:rod to $1t5.491. :L Bonds to be retired this week elude $10,000 tor Gay street iladuct I and $57.1$0.St In city Share of Pato ing diStrict boucle from the de-4, service &pp:lapel-knot'. Other bonds , falling due are .15.084.1111 In property owner's' share far paring to INe, paid out of the Street htnoessment tuPd bringing total of all bonds to $ilt.- lt5,14. . r 1 , Largest tingle Item of interett is $2.6.100 on $1.111000 general t-orporate bond issue Stith $13,147 50 In- I terest to be pail on 8611.000 water. 'works bonds. On refunding itemek r, totaling $121.600 Interest of IS ut; will be- paid along ' With t1.7S0 on $16.000 and $,I,lotH) on $49,003 t.,a) istreet viaduct issues. , FOUR PROFESSORS - ATTEND MEETINGS t - IN KANSAS CITY Meetings of the Association for the Advancement of Science and of the Phi Kappa Phi honor society, to be held beginning on Monday and extending through Thursday evening at Kansas City, will be attended by four professors of the U n Iversit y Of Tennessee and one Senior student. Dr. C. It. Gordon, protestor of geology and national secretary of the honor fraternity; Prof. G. M. Bentley. secretary of the local chapter; J. Osborn Andes, plant pathologist; J. A. McClintock, of the experiment station; and J. E. Walker, senior In the arts college, compose the delegation. I for many yeare will 'officiate. In: I terment will be In Old Gray cemetery by the side of the grave of her mother. IthAeact'he'eraPawfloibrdellramml erecp.tcIrlaello.filDnr.! I IA. W. McWhorter, Eugene Gillespie, T. Waller Chamberlain. Honorary; Dr. A. P. White, Chas. E. Lathrop.1 IHerbert W. Hall. Dr. Reese Patter.I son, Dr. Robert Patterson and Dr., Eben Alexander. Nathan Gammonb nephew of the deceased. arrived last night from Washington to attend the funeral. PRICEMrs. Eliza Price, 7, died at ber home on Kingston pike at 2:1ii o'clock yesterday afternoon. She had resided in this city all of her life. Mrs. Price was a member of Gallaher's View , Depth-lit church. Surviving are four sons, R. P. Price, Knoxville; Charles Price. Cincinnati; Lon and Jefferson Price, Hazard. KY.: three daughters. Mrs. Horace Webber, Mrs. R. T. Cox and Mrs. James Kelley. Knoxville; one sister, Mrs. Thomas Smith, Ball Camp, also four brothers. Sam an Peter Allitcn, Hardin. Valley, Jefferson AM- , vain, Bearden, and John Allison, Knoxville. - The funeral will be-conducted at Gallaber'a View church Monday morniniz at 11 o'clock. - Rev. Charles Martin will oftitiate. Interment will ba in Gallither's View cemetery. Pallbearers Fred Cletnons, Ed Walker, Harrison Walker. Mack Cain, Joe Fox, Charles CaLñ. , BRYA T,SrrFun eral eervices for Creed Richard Bryant, , veteran of the world war, who died at his home, 210 Dameron aVenue, will be conducted this morning at 9 o'clock a: the home of his brother, Dave Dry-ant, 724 Lamar street. IF,urlaI will be in the National cemetery. HOLTThe funeral I of Marian June Holt, 9 months. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. M. B. Holt, who died at the home, Highiandl drive, was crnducted froM the home yesterday afternoon at 2 o'clock. Rev. Smith officiated. Interment was in -Wood-lawn cemetery. , SHERROD-LThe funeral of Mrs. Nannie Sherrod. 61 who died cud denly at the home of her sister, 'Mrs. O. L. Underwood, near Morristown. Friday. at 4 p.m.. will be conducted at Beech Springs cemetery by O. L. Underwood Sunday morning at 11 o'clock. Mrs. S'herrod was the widow of the late Isaac Sherrod. of Straw Plains. She was converted at an early age and was a member of the Beech Springs Baptist church. Surviving are one son. Manker M. Sher. rod, Knoxville; two sisters. Mrs. O. L. Underwood. Morristown; Mrs. Haley Henry. Kodak. Tenn.; and a brother, Will Hodges, Kodak. ANDEIV.30Nunera1 aervHis fqr Miss Rosa Lee Anderson, 17 ' wal died et the faintly home at eed.tr 131uff Friday morning', were r ducted at Gallaber's View chuc!h yesterday mornin at 11 o'clock. Rev F. C. Gills officiated. Intermeut vas In Gallaher's View cemetery. - Pallbearers Vrf re Misses Inssie Grady. Pearl Eubanks. Grace son, 01r.ra Hem-astead, Helen aarre:t and Bell Jones W (aver Funeral Home UNDERWOODFuneral servir s for Charles Uneerwood. 11. who tlio-1 at the home. 24t7 Yale avenue., be conducted at The home this aft-rnoon at 2 Wel )ek Rev. smith le Officiate. Burial will be in Elm Gr Ire Cemetery. GIBBSThe tody of William 811.ts Gibbs, 71, who died Friday at the home of his son-in-law, J. t. Fritz 12.8 Exeter avenue .. was taken to Louisville. Term- yesterday arzr-1 noon. Funeral t.ervices were C.1 ducted at the Methodist church .-"t that place. Open Day and - , ASIBUILANCP: SKK tea Market and Corr-nerea. Phones 21111 NVe Call Our , - Christmas - the - Happiness Department HE members of our Christmas Club , A are not only happy at the close when they receive their money, but also during the paying-in period. They enjoy watch' ing the growing totals in their books.- II:Will you select one of the Classes ; below and join the happy throng? - t 4W141.40, 411V0fA'Ittil$61.,,d 25e-a-week Class 1 12.50 50e-a-week Clams 25.00 SI-a week (lasts 7 Nrs 50.00 $2-a-week Clam; 100.00 . 3-a-week Class 150.00 4-aweek CIL, 522:50"041..0(1011 ft3-16-week CIagot 0-s- week Class S20-a-week Clams , 1000.00 Toll may pay as far In advance as you wish. - The Club ends early In next December., , I t No red tapeno fee to join. YOUR FIRST PAYMENT MAKES YOU A MEMBER I The , Holston National Bank r ' - - - - Gay Street and West Clinch Avenue , S I ) Hartung tnat personal letters fa t a n me rectorate ot the Bank of Portugl, l Harrison Walker, Mack Cain, Joe 'aeeeneelei leianue "Ilueu t li "Itn ' bearers Fred Cletnons , Ed Walker ,1 including GovernoreCamaclue who tne - - ''. 4 fr . s, ' executive were destroyed by Mrs. to the issuanee and melting of to the budget It 3111y, Neter p-, resigned because of the seandal, than S47,000.000 as compared , with , F county warrant; for county delete. cretteed tht futtds for the beard ot , Harding was 15,000,000 pounds worth $40,000,4000 Fox, Chat-lee Caere , - le- "Personal letters of the late Pres- but silence as to the nettle' condi- health. did' not contemplate ettine salted to resume office. for the preceding twelve months. BRYAere-Fune.ral eervices for 1---- Happiness Departnient 1 elent Harding," the Post quotes-Mr.' tions is all-that greets the inquiring up of the health unit has been sun -------41---- Manufactured paper and paper Rmlil,cvhizanrrctiawveBharnyudaeined, t,vtaitet'lehtiebareitnoemoonef: , Christian as saying, were conserved one when diseueeleg the matter with tained by the court but Maelsfrate products to the value of $105,445,814 2Ctioceewdnaor . es. Flenniken reserved the right to M'LAUGHLIN ACCEPTS , itt by his widow, lelorence Kling Hard- the members t the commision With the revenue board nearing bring the matter up again it the were exported in the twelve months ending November 30, 1925. as eom- tdhueethedoratehisormhotrha , . . he Harding NEW YORK POLICE 71-1 members of Christmas Club memor our rismas u t ial association, ing and willed by her to t they were not the close of Its work there have been January term. pared.- with $97,731,195 for the pre- binrogthsetr,9 Dan'extPre kBra t Dry are not only happy at the close when not included hy Mrs Harding to - , b reports to the. rffPet thee menet-leis Repbrt of the special ttountv c en COMMISSIONER OFFER ceding twelve months. , ant, 724 Lamar street. ' Burial will desroyed. Some of the unimport- ant oorrespondence were naturally of the county eout't will letlesent end mittee with reeard to an unierpase NEW YORK, Dec. 26 tee).-George be in the National cemetery. . A . , adoption of a 1 esolution for the re at the So. uthe'enn Ra, II:lay eroset ag , e nee.t..1 N. McLaughlin . state superintendent of banks, ahnouneed today his ac- Terrier appupl tention of an epert auditing firm to at Sharps texa, . 1. prowa-loodm.,atfeolyr T610.1;24 gr!etEetrilior he 194 per than in t..lio , ,' lifrHa. teOlaIL:HTd oh- 7 -lotaTmrhseee: ritif.olugannhte:r asin.,11 do all it.dfurf:tAl te07-arrdi:eadonts ,., . .- ' they receive their money, but also during , 1 p the file which she cherished and eeptanee of the office of. pollee corn- ' ...e... .. eudit the boeite of every evounty for consideration. Thesocomimittliee the paying-in period. They enjoy watch- donated in her will official as well as magistrates wet) was authorized to deal with the o "The file that the president of the . missioner, offered him eeveral days nave offices foe the handling et cials of the Southern whep elagle MORTUARY ing the growing totals in their books., 6 ' ago by Alayor.elect James J. Walker. He will take over the office on Jan- United States takes away front the criminal and l business, wIth re- trate Sem Herbison preseetel a erndueted froM the home yesterday 6 W h I t e house is purely a personal and uary first, when Mr. ' Walker be spect to their dockets and thr resolution Whteh would have lire teli afternoon at 2 o'clock. Rev. Smith - t' confidential file haed . ling of feee. that summer.' action be ta:cen Will . (IN 1 l you select one of the Classes The quarterly court will also have against the zeilway company to comes mayer. The evresent Coirmlissiorier Richard weellA,Lor 13VrEisLtoLIT;tedriLsajothurndeetli. niCaelhd; officiated. Interment was in -Wood- , k ' ' before it a report from the Knox force its erection. ' below and join the happy throng? A Chai t - m in , E. Ebright will go out of office at the end of the Hylan administration. et 'flock at the winter home of lawn cemetery. . 9 o the f ily at Lai3elle, . h .....2.- of Nannie Sherrod, 61. who died 2ca-eek (lass sude 4t - 0' i , g. Kentuckians Plan St. Louis Coroner 3 Fla Se had OPERATION IS FATAL - been in declining health for some SHERROD-LThe funeral of Mrs. o-w . 1 12 $ i .50 , . .0,- . ' time. - The following children.; Mrs. 0 L. Utiderwood, near Morris- 50c-a-week Class ' ' 25.00 y me of her sister , Mr. and Mrs. Caldwell had been denl at the ho TO NETERAN ACTOR ummoned town, Friday, at 4 p.m.. will be eon- N.e. 50.00 -. , ( - To Raise Million In Has Busy Day In , , e - fp. -,...ss.1, s, and were at her bedsede Si-a week (lass 7 11.12-a-weisk Class ' 100.00 Thomas Grady. SS, eet-entric come- . . ducted tat peech. Sprin,,gs eemetery S34s-week Cla PI ft 150.00 t . - Caldwell. Rochester. N. le: John H. b ing at 1,,1 o'clock. ,f, 'e - r .4 , ev-at OUISVILLE. Dec. 26. I 4 t a 4 ?-: -C;e;retnN ' Day To Honor Bryan Holiday Tragedies dlaPnil I Ls'ka-khDo ELPapipel laAred'. 'Deel.a.2thl.-LiP)"Th-e ttzflodrewetilh.e jhro..lidAattayam, y O. .. L nderwood Sunday morn- ,. . 114-k-week t'la.,s r S5-a-week Class 200.00 250.00 T I- Lee- ST. LGUIS. Mo., Dee. 26 (Re- Gorilla." now playing here died In H. , ta 'dwell. Bristol: George A. Cald ' - - 500. r in raising $1 000 0o ! -. I i , wake of Jeffeteon hoitaL eep al undergone an operation at the! ilirti isJaudMgaerg.lioeseLpihn ti. Airs. Sherrod was the widow of 920 ' ata-a-week (lass Tentative Plans for KenteeitY's Part Tragedy atalking in the wake - h - tonight. GiltdY well, Knoxville: Milne Mabel caldwe the late Isaac Sherrod. of straw -a-week Class , 1000.00 A 'h 15,,000 for a memorial Christmas festivities gave the coto- Plains. S he wait converted a , I in Washington to the late William ner's office were the busiest day In hospital two weeks --ago , He was vrell known in theatrical elreles and lose Mend of Amy Lee, Polete- Jennintre Bryan will be considered its history today when 23 violent T ter of the late Joseph R. Anderson, 13 of th early age and was a membe ristol. Mrs. teddvrell was a daugh- one of the founders of BristoL 13asoap.titenhaerureshi. sShuerr. r e vBeerivinng SarPerinognse . 'foil may pay so far In advance as you wkit. t - .. The Club ends early In next December. erieltit - at a luncheon here Monday. deaths in 24 hours. almost one an vms-a c ss .,.. generation ago, who'. toeh ' Sr t Retie) er s The plan Is to raise S1,000.000 or hour, were reeorded. L. Underwood. Atorristown; Mr... No red tapeno fee to jo . rod, Knoxville; Vivo sisters. Mrs. O. 44 Seven of the 23 deaths were traf 4 died here yesterday. efuaboderael wallaldbetattaZienne:t! Brilta n ' 1 . more on one day. Bryan birthday. i. -. À March 19. and those attending the fie fatalities, a number retuned from leatre Fort Meyer. Fla., today. Haley Henry. Kodelt. Tenn.; and a i funeral a. leitial meeting tomorrow wet be berets and exposure. and one from NEW RECORD IS, SET party was announced to brother, Will Hodges, Kodak e ection t , 's- told of what already has been at- inhaling gas. MILLER-Funeral services for '' .--:-- eral ser1 s fee - YOUR FIRST PAYMENT 'Y A warning was sounded y Core- IN JAPAN'S TRADE t ANDE , John Laither Miller will be held his IV-30N---leunviee eomplished throughout the eountry b . , ner Vltt against an even greater 'toll Tok-To, Dec. 213.-(eP)e-The de- afternoon at 2:30 o'clock at the Glen- Miss Rosa Lee Anderson, 17, wee - Is Obt a me d by Using Final decision has not been made aa to the Torm of the memorial but et fatalities Ney Year's Eve- partment of commerce and industrei Wood Baptist church,, Rev. George died at the family home at eedtr MAKES YOU A MEMBER , 3 Bluff lrida trornin w t It Was saki that it is not likely He declared that most of the 2 announeed todaY that Japan's for Presnell officiating. The remains e y g, ore I flu- .- ,. . Cuticura Soap that the suggestion for a university deaths were attributable to intoxica- tion. 1 0 ellen trade In 11195 was the greatest' were removed- to the home, of his ducted at Gallaher's View chur.!1 yesterday mornine at 11 o'clock Rev ' , ; in Washington will be .considered as in the history of the empire, the. deughtere Mrs. D. H. Turner, 124 F. C. Gills officiated Intermeut vets 1 The lit , it is not desired to- conflict with total up to December 25 being 4,814,- East Connecticut avenue, yester- e ,Holston. National Ban i ; Da k . In Gallaher's View cemetery. Daily, assisted by ccideura int - plans for a Bryan memorial univer- C 1 d o ir o ora Gl 142,000 yen. The experts were more Pa day. , ' ' , - llbearers ert re Mieses le esie e ' , sity at Dayton, Tenn. A "peace than 2,270.000,000 yet and the lin- ment when required. It keeps the . Jones Under Be ray. Pearl Ebk uans Grace Jo.n- g - ' arch over ettene principal street in ports approximately , 2,544,000,000 UNDERWOOD-Mrs. Nellie May Gd . - Gay Street and West Clinch Avenue 1 , pores setts the akin dent and free W ashington is one of the plans un - Marries Member en - Underwood 22 wife of C Y - 1 , , . ,11. - son, Olen Hem -stead Helen aireeft and Bell ' - I from teruptdons and the atalp in a d Exports showed an inerease of ap- wood, died at her home, 148 Ala- , I . t der consideration. - - healthy hair-growing condition. French Nobility proximately 463.000,000 3-en, and the bama avenue, at 5:29 o'clock yester- --e-e. , . ' o , UNDERWOOD-:Funeral servires S ' Steyr, Otetwent IS pal 1116,4rittputa No. ete imports more than 90,000,000 e'en. day afternoon. She is survived by - 3 teereatele. sopteere roe Addri'm , MUNDELIEN SENDS for Charles Uneerw w ood II. who eiv 4 , . DENVER, Colo.. Dec. te.--(1P)-- compared with 1924. - her husband, her parents, Me. and I , , ''Omtevzs Ittgetsti. WNW at the home. 24e Yale avenue. will 1111S-. Cadman& vista tick 2Se. ANNOUNCEMENT OF Anne Lewis Hughes, daughter of o Mrs. Tobe Ezell three sisters. Mrs . be conducted at the home thie after- wee 4,--e-i.. .1Lolup- .fterap. 10:0, -VittipMpolls, - , , OF' iii D- 6-- Rev m a le 6a1"-eve-er'-er tr -'6" "r-'"b' '6r.'..1"..4.'. '''' ' ' EUCHARISTIC MEET el it Judge Robert E. Le is and ' Marquis Henry e Cant ie n a 4 Disease Is Cause - - John -W eater . Mrs. Clyde Clevenger noon at 2 o el ee R Is i wo,'"aae-w-ese417070 110,-... 4a....4.-apirailowarly.,.4.02101.4e4c t q 17 P g e- Ezell, also two officiate. Burial will be In Elm Gr V e , , ,..----z--- - --, CHICAGO, Dee. 26.--LiP)---George membet, of the French nobility, - -----e--e----e--------- . I - --- Of Sleeping Sickness brothers. 'Warr Cemeter e and Miss Elsie n and Bert Ezell, 1 y. . A - --- ... , --i,,; -, 350 Roman CCardinal Mundelein tonight sent to were married here today Thy tat ew York en rote to . -e Of 14-Year-Old GI i Knoxville ille. - I t 't 1 ----. . r - 1 WA - - --,117-ald - atholic churches in the tonight for N - .1 rit T Archdiocese of Chicago his first of Europe. u Th funeral eral will be conducted at GIBB e un S-The tody of William 11-is 8I-71-1k-N'--. ec ':---G'P)--- the home Monday morning at 10 Gibbs 71 who died Friday at th , , e or'..0ocz THE SIGN ...4.1 LEr , G, 145 - ' , 1 t ---,.- , vv....4- e( .,,,,,gb,, - - t, '. ., tional euchristic congres RE a N tidal announcement of the Interne- 0 a I (fltly Owen the 14- old La e ' S tamper -will o S se Year- k o clock. neve. iliciate home of his so . n -in-law , J. Free .'I. ,,,,;'' 112131 I ' - A i c ' , s m. it. ' r as to be DEGREES FAVOD Foreet girl who has been - n rent- cemetery. 128 Exeter avenue was taken Pa Burial will be in New Gray aken t o . 6alling .. I , held here next June 20-24. 5 ; I The letter, transiater Into n me ly sleeping for more than a eek w-. ' s - Louisville, Ten,s.. yesterday - - 1 I" v arz. 1 tose i , j 1 . I I, WASHINGTON .. 9 OVER ABILITY IS . is suffering from Wane i ntet0e which - GAMMON-Funeral services for noon Funeral erices wee C I- evr1 ,, I , lapguages, will be read from the - prompted seeping NI sickness and iss Jennie ta, Gammonducted t the Methodist . Si 91, former uce at etodist church ot Ile Tour Guide in Time of Sorrow c -. -, 1 EDUCATOR'S CHARGE romted the l k NEWEST AND MOST 1 I pupils of all the churches tomorrow not actuates slumbering her PhYsi- teacher in the city schools who died that place. . 0 - -r ' Y ti II Ilnd us coUrteous: kind and ) !-- ' - 1..11XtirUOUSI-st I 1 , I and each parishioner will receive a NEW YORK, Dec. 26.-44').- clan declared today. - -, , Friday afternoon at her home. 921 o - attentive to all requirements of the i , -''. APPOINTED leopy of Moderate! t He called upon all Hh degrees in American ?nee -i. iger tine . A nervous breakdown f ever North Fourth aenue from injures 2-rota - v, i ele r e lilt 1 I H occasion HOTEL no me p ' J'-'1' - 1,4-6-2: - . i I I ' . Ic.tholle to aid in caring fo the ver . r lmultitudes expected for the congress sities are 'sought large.13r by the!study-was at first thought to save received in an automobile accident . vr ; unera w,..... , J E. AN oodbridge ,caued her somnolence . .ts. f I 4 ' win be conducted from the home ,., , e unfit Frederick ' , I i 1 dean of the graduate faculties of I Is'ht - 4 S L. SAILING CO i I and said that the city would be o - this afternoon at 2:30 o'clock- -' 5..". a-m. anu I . . , , p3r y e ter I bee U I risit id I hi r o um n ve 3e sa n fil Thrift is a wonderful virtue, espe- D. Samuel Glasgow. pastor of , ASIBULANCE SKiti ICS " -. a l'-,4 ' FUNERAL. rARLORS i II k t d e ,-- - - , I taxed to its caacit b th'annual report to President Nicholas Market an cm-Isere. Phones 21111 1$ ----.4(....44 Ambulance Sery - cially in an ancestor.-New , York' First Presbyterian church of whkh ice Day and Night I ' LPL I throngs. 1 Murray Butler. made public today 1 - - Cardinal Mundelein also said that i 1 Herald Herald-Tribune. Miss Gammon had been a member Phones at -The worship of academy degrees - . -' 1 829 Magnolia - , 2 , he had promised there would be 1 4 ' ''''''"'- -CONNEcTicENUE ( i 4 - ur AV L oo0.000 ommunints of the Sun u cca- has unfortunately become a form of edcational Idolatry h e 1d In try, 88,. e r-- r- ------.-- ..- - - - - --------- 11 .s. - 14 M i DsAV scraTe4THE , day morning opening the congress I , too manv Places in our edu cational - el WHITE bOt,-5E & DUPONT CIPCLE I end caned II i hio f - - Ftu - - . , ., i uPon a Par s neva 0 system the possession of a degree', , 1 a 7 11 , ' , ,,,,, , Chicago Archdiocese to be present is too often regraded with higher neral-Flowers s 1 , , . ,....,, i 4 . , i, 1 I Cari R. 1 EYES ' Eihnly ' - Read -to-Wear tanA Q 7 E . ;',- for the eucharistic banquet , favor than the possession of ability," o o til, .THE aNTEtt OF. . 1 WAstlINGTO.N. . . bee stio..:th,t - Expressions of love fôr tne bereaved ' ' i ' I .1 ' DISTiNGUISIIED SOCLAI: LIFE FIRE IS KEPT FROM Roberts 1 i .o erts Millinery " d. 1PISMIn041 matto wil lined st 1 ri second summer session of the Amer arm . f '1 eah bet - ' y t be given with flowers t I down, 1 Per week...-. i - NAVY TORPEDO PLANT- ican Institute of Conperation wilt ' . e . I I , UNDERTAKERS I IN 011,, RIS BARI 1 1 I sitENSTFIN'S 4 0 4 i 1 PLACE LOSS $50 000 he held at the University of Minne- . a real message of sympathy. ! I , l t - Jo . p sota June 21 t4 July 1 next. aiar:es ' Both Phones 1878 , , 1 . ... restours end Onticiane ALEXANDRIA. Va. Dec. 28 UM-, W- Holman. sereetary of the org-tee . - . - ( ,. 213 S. GAY - - 2ss a. ciAT - , t i , , 4 ,.. ., - ..r1 . cy; A fire which fee a time threatered sation. announ,-te: today. The Itete! '-." ,.. 9 A -bid m ance - , to spread to the . navy's torpets tute was created to aerve as a cl-mtr-1 , , - 14 ,115 , - .-.. storage plant d.1 less than $50,001 Inv- house for information regerdinel -, ' - -- e.---- ' '' . --- t - -rv ' damage to two reocery concert veva.- I t.l;'e eo-operative movement. Jegate i v - 1 Home of Flowers : 7 -: Phones 3400 . ! - Ser A . L- vice , ' , --- - - . , -- --,, , , , h6uses today on the unter front. The lied agricenteral associative 4 t - - - ' ns an I I .., ' - ------ -----e- . - t ..,- cause had not been determined to-I government are state ofteceas ear- ! , - 1 -- , - - -el .e -The Journal Want Ads Get Res ts , ' - . edght ' '' ''""'-''' - - tici.pate In Its work. 10 - o ' 1 - t, ,,,, - - a - - . . .,... ,.. , No , , - -- 1 , l' . t ' , 1 . - ' 1 - 4- ' r I 4 - - - v . i ' - g. - ., - ..., I . - - , , ,,, - ------ ---- - ------- - , . - - k - - - 1 . , . - . ' , . , t . t - ' , - - b - - t; , - .., . 1 , ' "' '4--A I - - , - - Mt M5)01 SUNOAY JOURNAL. KNOXVItit, TENN.,' 'Ott:FAB-ER 27, 1925- , -- . - 1 . . . t- , - , - ,- , i ett - t. , V ,' i ,.., . SOCIETY Travel I Toys-- An ree , . d 1 T ' - s ooste ,-.- polivEL IN PULPIT CITY 0 MAKE I 1 I Burn As Boy - li -I.' It..0 ' ARE .. , , 1 . - MEETS'IANUARY4 s -, In zday Seas 1 . . , 4, I . . , AT JOHN S cil- an e -- Lights C ET l''Itt''''r'"1'sseat , it .......,.. Z.' 0 3, - - ,,....... , ,' - ,, ,,, , , latet16. 4. 0 ',11:041, t lit A 0. - , ,...., , . LARGE RANSFE It' wa a nappy Christmas for ' , - litrit,Vrr:. . a. 71t,- 1 ' ip, r-,--- , ......,.. , . , - ,. .....J1,-.-.... , - , . .. , , .. ,----,--- William Bonne!. 3-year-old grandeon ta f., Capt. T, i,. Newman Win ,, -- ' - , , - English Divine On American of W. AY. Holton, 1532 Forrestate- S . rge ,- Amoun - Of - Bond t Iii-igir ... Ir. ,t.,1" . y . - part SUCCettfUl ' Year lot PeoPle Like ,To Go Home An Eat Mother s Cooking On d nue. I3ut the day after Was a differ- e ' 110 1 . '. - With Interest Falling Due t 1 qttr , ,n4c oNi , . Tour Will Preach At Morn. ent story'.--e' I Altif . '111011111LI ,. - ' - ::' ' Christmas Day Railroads Are Taxed. - I His Work - t - ing Services r Moat of the lad's toys were bureed - 1 . tek t - .. .. yesterday morting when I be at- lb ,' , - tempted to liwht - a candle on a ' &ese This Week 0---01114,11tEo)k-.. golf , is ?Alat - captain 'r J. Newtilan-- officer ? As old Santa unhaeneeses his flock managed in some war to get back "Prohibition is a Sallure in Airier-- v- ,..nr ,,i, --the Knox County Humane socieiy. of reindeers a'-ay tip at the North I am to Knoxville for the annual feast lea. though foursuing further house. , ' 1 largest transfe: of funds, !Jot this et Christmas trea at his grandfather e 1 City of Knoxville will make its ,, 40-''' -,7---..- . .. . t -.... --at. 6. 4, I will Make hit annual report rtl the Pole with the o tree theught tha,t "1 Wish with the family. investigations- ever ! day," deciaed The Chrietmsta eaught 0:4 fiscal year", to New York bankina ' , , ' ''''"e t 4'..a , 1 I; . meeting of the society Jaheaty Th Memphis p 4: e S (train No. Rte. M. A.-Powell.111 clergyman of , and in a flash, was stripped of 1 4 N..... 0 I'd stayed away down south In 1 and 2s 25 x 41, and : the Church of England, 'Ill go- , ts -- t !, I This session Will be held at I p. m. and trains No. who preaches I dry leaves. W u-low curtains were institutionit 4 maturing bohdes falling. due - Jana- , Di I " th h Ilted much by i No. 42, runrdng front New Orleans to 1 1 e. ose who pro at 10:30 a. m, at,St. Jha's Episcopal burned. wall Per scorched, na to meet interest an 1 - - - t i In the eity court room, Capt tin ch,urch today.. ,, 1 , 4, t 4k, t I his annual eh I i t 14-ey York. Per.. ng onr n were operated in two volved Is 21103411S with en alizil- - 'The attempt to force a nation to destroyed. ' toy. and gots htiew the tre3 were sxy 1, early tills iveek. Total in- ' . , t , Newman announced yeaterda3'. I .1inaint sectiohs from the nineteenth to the ' 4 - ' 'A N , - : the world it back and begin hger- abandon a nationarlsin Is an extra- It was the cnly Christmts tree ' tional 54 10.14 tetng held in Knee- , ., - - "The year, eedint he's fteet One of I ing just what happened during t nty-feurth. to accommodate the 'Frillier Intereet Soi Aills to poi . - t tilt,stfilm t k t ordinarily unhappy story, according I fire reported to the fire depament , large numbers of holiday trevelers d . h td h rt t . bond accounts bralting the trete tce -. . the tnost ittleceestUt-itt-tiie l'isry Christmas week. i to my observations- All who have this Christmas. . , . - Trains on the Knoetrille and i , 7 of the society, because the owners I There are millions now who are America may g , s a'at to 0115.431. ' . Coster divisions were largely- in-I money In i a et strong 0 tal for thi per - - -Bonds to be retired this week irt-1 , '., - of dumb animals have been tritirv-I - ' creased. but none of the trains was drink if so mindedand some of the a Ills i 4 ' : 1 ' e ude 010,000 for Oity street iladuct I .jt 11 to take better care of their pet4 drink taken by misguided creatures . , -1k4, I ( -4 and tioMestic animals," Capt tin M. ' operated In More than one beetion. vie? - nd $51,130.114 bt city ehare of 1 , Is simple poison," decbced the dis- 4 i - i the de-lt t , 13etween the e I g h t een t h and 1)LPLANSAARE singl . Neerman litated. - . tin uished visite g r to Knoxville. - J , , --- twenty-third, the Southern added Rev. Powell, a graduate with an ,, dietrict bonds from --- service appropriAtion. Other bonds ,,,,.- 1, , it ,... ..'s, ! t-1 " 'Obeervations Made by the veteran k va'rti.VCra4 - eighteen estra Pullmans at Knox- arts de.-ree from Carnbridge univer- falling due Ire 35.034.38 In propertY - ' ,.---- IL, 1-'- ta 1,.. officer during the past year har? I , convinced him that owners of , vine to tealins rubbing throligh theisity. and a son-in-law of the bishop -es -4. 4 v, ' Nrit 4 4 I . 1, 6, A 4,,,,A ,,11 ,iilis. 1,1,....,. ,..-..,. 476 Aler.tft, , nal i, city. Nearly all of these were ocI of Winchester of the English ehurch. I out of the atte4t assessment tun& .. ownere' share far paving to 1e, paid 1 ' . . boVa , ..., ,ro... . . . I -0 -vt a--..-A.. - I 0 aC .6 Inqt .- , gob f i r iCP,C IMSZ. ,,, VW Mk talltA C111 "1 Et4h.3.-!,-.Ar' 1 If M 11 '"1 tvai sml.srlihrk ia anti 1 . - -T Th - - - - , ormoring MURAT, et au lutpasun tto I in it n LB I I - 77 - At 011 of animals are giv!ng mf)re att-mtlon, ' 1 SIL,1,0415 .00 1, L5 ptlY111W ELM Linn V Ian "Lmerium. , lir - - " 1 , professional men who were going One of his sons is á, recent settler sl 4, .- 1 to them. While the number' of nor t!4 411)11-, back home tor the holidays. in Canada. The other children are Id La est tingle item ot intereott Is , v. I uestion Of Location Of Ne.. rg 623,600 on $1.12P.000 general corpot- , es, ;N in the city is gradually growurr , - - smaller from year to year, btAcause All 1 - No atteMpt as made to tabulate, at home Ift the mother country at the ntimbers of persons who dallY. Bristol, England. the minister's last gro School Will Be Con. ate' bond 'Issue Vrith $18,747 50 In- .s....1111:0011,14t,L , 1, of the more general use of autono. ' sidered. , terest, to be paii on 8611.000 water- , ,,,,,v left Knottrille for their old homes or charge. biles and motor cars, there re.,..e till I returned to KnotVille by trains, but The clergyman is a lecturer, and ' - works bonds. On refunding 'motet 1 , . - - totaling 6121.000 interest pt 63.u, ; - many lovers of hoesea In the e . tty wts-r 1 t am,1 vg.- ;- 1 yrtpu ..1111,do - - - ) , tarict ilormapgt Are. hinu tmcwi tn i. IIi I IltttOd officials estimated yesterdayj has been invited by many civic clubs, I t, :::;;;"t"15,, IL-ft- I I H I I 1232P siderabie extent. Investigations htve " 41 0 NI I thautndt2h7000 daily. approximated' 7Inr ad wi se an or e dn e43nwo m n edinaBtliboinezt utidneenst: kV-school buildings and extensions tor 1 $16.000 and 811,f01) On k49.003 -6, ! disclosed that owners of horses are - - - i gtriiet lasues - We endevor to carry a litc414,- , , disclosed that owners of horses arP I 14Ltia - 11 T Elm 164 'around Z,000 daily. i a saws no oenorninationai Ana - - 1 - - I - - street via,luct- iSsues. 111 T v Al ,10, IF A... in diEb AZP.1 1 kagsnince th.rn h. tor ahrka tharl lit I NJ VI I N. III 1 1,-11 I The automobila takes a very Der-1 Will maKe amiresses in any enuren 1 tknosvuie, trom wnien tne worming I 111 a A A 1 - TT2---1- II t. IV , s' of the Protestant Christian - orthodox , former years and almost every hugptt, ,V :::tE.L.:2&.YI,ajh 1 ceptible number of thi passengers tplans and specifications Will be de- - I complete SU:MK (IL rugli t,.9 has a warm. comtortable stable for - --t 41 s- a.no yew'. coMPor'd e to the number who faith. Ile is a guest of Mr. and Mrs. FOUR PROFEgSORS ar , el 1 II I 1 a, - I a t .6 6.66.6 6. . 11-1 6 6.4 IA 1p I . L.ACl 0 LI 1-01111011 m rturwrit nr I :n rt n ....gm. 66 6 66 à OA I RE E N" TA EA E II NE It E n B ME i A . VVIIALCA. n former years many negierzed the deluge of statements that witil IL Et-.1 1"11 " VW", iM.3t .SOLM Pettit. - - ..11owever, this travel was Street M. E. ehurehé South. during! ably be submitted to the W ti board of I Al 1LNU MttliNb A Lima .7 - -- - ,, usher in the New Year with a silver i- that chbatman hrtlielisue A lalb am. s roe. IA,. Iss Vel I 14 c In I v, or i 1 11 If a clAt et, in rtbi rl III - 4: tire. .14-1 rion II r$4:J-stir,ast I I ri 1 101V I 11 Pc tiornevs 1115 'MIPS-MS V015151 JI.. . oxvilles csrowd is expected to greet him at Modern tonere, 3 end asphalt straets I ciang but on the other hand a msoolso tmlYnesto froPotninticnsoetween lee sou , --- ---- -- ----- -- ------, .s...t,.. ,,.....,.., ..,, .....,. . ..,,,,.. ..,, , 1111 Met111040 tol i I IlaVe LUC Mcl 115.1 tet,LIAP18 ' , g, t ma r rs 8 ,o make ft impracticable for ho e matr behind a desk in the Southern Louis,. at a meeting to be held in 4" s. .,7(- i 1.., ,, .. the sermon this morning at the his- January- Meetings of the Association tor . travel with aesured steps unies 1 '''a'4wY passenger office on Gay ,-- toric St. John'e church. the Advancement of Science and of of knowing , you are ,, I , -11 t, , they are well shod. street is figuring on means of trans- 0 SuPelintendent Homer Shepherd the Phi Kappa Phi honor societY, -- Irancierts of dogs also are giving Portingothe tlyousa.nds who took ad- 4 To 7 1-2 Cent Gains I stated yesterday that he I had re- tend throto be held beginning on Monday and Mere attention to their canines and vantage of the holidays to s pend a extending City Th th Ursday eve - , getting the B E S T ' A-- ,-- :' ' they are not allowed to run !in the few days with the old folks lit, home! ty- hi , Are Scored By Wheat ceived a letter from r M. Ittnee which indicated that he would one to nhy g faour airtro; eyrs. will be bethatten-arg treets tus thy were a few yeer and gorge themselves ith Mae ",Ne' s w'1 t ago. ' . , knoxville during the ensuing month versity of Tennessee and one nor 1 Fr 1114 g 1 , when you-- , it ce.- eV cooking ' ,,,,,,, --, I G. R. Pettit, the Southern's divis-1 . 411. - V" 4I' 1 d'illamn t ,.. -a , . ----Lg ri. 0 a. " ire dm our Th., ... -4,...3 ..A 111. Istlilel 1 rs et, .t.rana Irn wilt in Lot 1 student , rtir 1 I n "irk Ark wlb Ade TI," .elb Neb. et lielb I ion passenger agent, yesterday gave' LIY.11,4;finskyal-Wi IkNke 1.3Ukkb011 I 11)CUUrit I --- I Dr. C. U. Gordon, oroteottor of 1 uttp bur U1.-1 lief out some interesting- figures on the i 4E644 ,A-11 CHICAGO D 26 s short session h I , ec. UP).The wheat ; , 41114 - IC r stmas travel and how the 'h I t !market turned out to be a wild at Ittner has submitted rough sketch. ch. geology and national secretary of H the honor fraternity; Rum Ship Takes !Southern aided in sending home I t , ;!-,P11111ritt es of tht-ee new school buildings and .kAt surr ler . , Bentley, secretary of the local chap- - - several additions to others which '', I thousands of college boys and girls , 4 ,it; :.!1",1111 fair before Saturday'it vo ha n attedifid and rEdurned to i ter; J. Osborn Andes , plant patholo. , I , - Her Off Shoals business men and women and others' 1 t was over and brisk buying sent : im for revision by the building com- gist; J. A. McClintock, of the ex- I , dr 16S'Ul. who have come to KnOJEVille in the Air. Pettit declated that the pas-1 pr i ices to new seasonal records all . pw,t, ip v n t An oe merry chase for the eagle. He also senger travel from point quite a, I mittee of the borad. These sketehes Periment station; and J. E. Walker 1 . ineltidad 13sirk City itmlor Met' 1 senior In the arts college, compose fl - PL 1. NE 1 , VD 1-0 ,, 1 41. 1 oh ar, PS IMP 1 I - - - dr AM. , , .6, ' . ,- . i .-- ,, 4,4 1 '''',, , .,000 , it , .. ,.., .',,. . i . ! ,i . ift, ' -., . , - ..,,,.,,-' . . woodr , x. - ' ' -;--1.-.e' '-o' -- 1 , .! 1 , . 1-..;. , . - , . - 1 Mat - i 11116 i iii--- it . i Liiittitt403 . 1 .t ' ''' -, - . ' t 11 - - ' - ' .1-, ctut - ;. ' ' ' - ' .-u l'Azr: , ' , , ', AL 4,0PORTNENT.,.. . . 111,t. , t '''10 Tilt4 ' , A A e I ir:4111111k,,k '". ' ,,,t. . , . .... 1W- ', ,. .... ' .r..., .. . , . , . .., -;, --,t 4. ,.., ,.. , , ,,., ,..,, I 1,, t ' ki. 14- NN '4' , -.4 . I 1 I , lir :, 1 r , 1 t , - 1 ': -.; t ; firro I , ( ! 'Li , N , if i ,ir Iti ' A V , I t II ,. - , ' I 1. I - ' ' . I 1 I fl's., , --- - I 1 ' .. - :: , kl, 1 , I told about the hundreds who have distance tram nnoxville WIC115 HUI. I ..as.as Li, 5.41V RAW titi VUV LdLIU 1 Itt.,h1. city. 1 the delegation. I i! 'Itt 1 , , I I ' , : . . .. ... I J 'WV 1 1 - I to 1 w dall tJur , 1 g I , Christmas Club- I , 4,t 1 s, r the , 'r;

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