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High Point Enterprise (Newspaper) - December 9, 1925, High Point, North Carolina High Point Enterprise. Wednesday december 9. 1925 Pace 9 Iai leagues in iessi0n today in till of the big time Crews Are passing on matters of business saw York dec. 9�? apr Ith major baseball leagues Are id lion today the ame in begin in its annual meeting and the tonal continuing a session Start yesterday. So far the National is a prescription for told Grippe flu Dengue a ii iou fever and malaria. It kills the germs. Or. Robert a Perry Luite 324 Jefferson Standard gilding Greensboro n. C h senses of the skin and Allied conditions hours 9 to i 4 to 5 by appointment excepting sundays a n c e every Friday night during december Dunlap Springs december la 18, 25th the round nod Square dances. Me and tiring your friends. Music by the Greensboro foot warmer orchestra had a 1/arge crowd fast Fri nigh to there will be two fixes Given away Friday night i come has developed Little but routine business. The National first of the majors to meet heard its president make plea for Tho return of Rosin to the pitchers Palms Aud it heard Barney Dreyfus of the Champion pirates argue that postponed games should1 be played out from the Point at which the elements interfered. Both matters will Corno before the next meeting of the joint rules committee. Heydler argues from the viewpoint of Hall conservation 3,847 dozen of the valuable spheres having gone out of circulation during the National league season. When a pitches looses control he blames the smooth surface of the Ball and asks for another Heydler said. He suggests that a quart of Rosin will save Many a horse hide. Wilbert Robinson attending his first meeting As president of the Brooklyn club opened the player Market by signing Lawton Whitey Witt former outfielder of the athletics and Yankees. Lawton went to Brooklyn at his own Price for the Yankees released him unconditionally last summer while they were going Down the league ladder. The addition of Witt to the roster brought the Rumor that Zack wheat Long time Star in the dodgers left Garden May he traded and that Pitcher Burleigh Grimes would be sacrificed for in infielder and an outfielder. Art Fletcher manager of the Phillies tossed the names of Butch Henline Catcher and Jimmy ring Pitcher into the discussions but overnight there were no takers Tris speaker of Cleveland is in a trading mood but it appears that he has no bartering material. He would like to strengthen his club in one or two positions but not at the expense of the other positions. Kid Gleason former Chicago White sox manager was signed by Connie Mack to coach the athletics. Gleason resigned As Boss of the White sox in 1923 after a physical breakdown and has been out of the game since. College baseball Behr coming is losing is bold to this country on Public fancy Southern conference thinking of leaving it out of sports altogether cd Salty and close cooperation which marked Franco american relations i during the War. I aha be but continuing the work of my predecessor. M. Daeschner whose Kern into a Noce experience and Courtesy have rendered Good service for France Over there.1�?T not to discuss one question but to represent France he save mom quinine work off the cause and to the system against attack of grip or influx la a Safe and proven Smedy Price 30c. In Box bears this signature Cires women s dainties a i under the most trying i hygienic Handicap is i assured this new Way t it frocks sheer est gown. Wear them now any Day any anywhere without x moments or fear uncertainty and insecurity of old time a sanitary pad Quot Bas been women now use a a Botex Quot new and remarkable Way. Aes As absorbent As Ordinary pads. Ionizes thus ending All Dan offending. Cards As easily As a piece of no laundry. No Embarrass trainable at All drug and decent stores simply by saying you ask for it without icy. To Only a few cents. Proves Lys a Folly. Twelve in a pack in fairness to yourself try it. Ot6x laundry discard like tissue of to be held thursday the regular quarterly joint meeting of the rotary kiwanis and Civi Tan clubs Aud the chamber of Commerce is to be held thursday evening at 6 30 o clock in the Ball room of Tho Sheraton hotel. These meetings Are held every three months and the feature of each session is the report of the Secretary of the chamber of Commerce Frank Sizemore on the activities of the Commerce organization during the Pat months. After such a report is made plans and suggestions Are considered for the work of the future. The interests of the City and its general welfare Are the major consideration of the chamber of Commerce and these meetings always prove to be aids in carrying on the work. It is understood that at least two matter a f general interest Are to come up at tomorrows night ? meeting and an enthusiastic session is expected. Newspaper Story on screen at Broadhurst Athens ga., dec. 9.�? apr College baseball the Thorn in the hands of the Southern conference executive committee is rapidly fading from the picture of major intercollegiate sports. Tins was the opinion of Many who attended the. Annual sessions of the conference i Here last week and it has been indicated by transactions before every meeting since the creation of the Southern athletic body. Eclipsed by football in popular patronage circumscribed annually by stricter rules to preserve the Amateur status of the game and continually bled by its rivals for the purse of the fan greatly increased number of minor and Semi pro summer leagues College baseball must create its own revival or lose its place in the conference major bracket with football basketball and track. Rulings on the eligibility of baseball players now occupy the larger portion of the conference executive committees time. It has been necessary to add to and Amend the rules at. Nearly every session in order to facilitate these rulings. The task has become irksome and most leaders have declared the Issue arrived at the Point where the sport must largely work out its own salvation. To this apparent impasse was ascribed the failure of the conference to debate summer baseball at this years session. Two new rules were adopted without comment. There Are those in the conference who would eliminate baseball entirely As a College sport. Such a proposal is still on the roster of tile conference having been Laid on the table at the new Orleans meeting last year. Another proposal which lies on the table and May be lifted at any subsequent meeting is one that proposes to recognize football track and basketball As major sports and classify All their athletic games including baseball As minor sports. President Sanford referred during his annual address last week to the falling off in baseball receipts saying few conference teams managed to Clear expenses for the season. As far As the eligibility rules Are concerned several coaches said adroit methods used by some players in playing summer baseball made it next to impossible to Rule them ineligible. Instances of like nature increase about As fast As the rules Are tightened they declared. Paris dec. 9.�? apr Himery Berenger the French ambassador designate to the United states expects to sail for new York at the end of december or Early in january. A i am going to Washington to represent the French Republic Aud in merely to Deal with a particular question a a said m. Berenger today. A my desire to serve the interests of my country and in doing so always to be inspired by the Poi a Quot of its government those same Pacific policies of which Locarno is a Symbol and the eminent statesman now at the Uia do orsay the Champion. A i shall strive in All ways to conform to the French policy of peace which More Over is a world policy and also is the very policy which president Coolidge with Lofter views and nobility of soul has just expressed in his message. I shall have occasion to review with the Washington administration problems of interest to our countries. There Are All kinds general and economic notably the customs Tariff question. A finally there Are financial questions. I am convinced All can be discussed in the same spirit of Cor fights last night Vernon Jimmy Mclurg Nin. Oakland bantamweight won on a foul from Bud Taylor Terre haute. Iud., two rounds. Heated Johnny Rose Kansas City 4. Practical and useful gift articles on Sale at 25 per cent reduction at daggers jewelry store. Chichester s pills w Theja Tamony la am. A. San Antonio Chuck Burns. San Antonio middleweight beat Tillie kid Herman of California to. A it Tot a a is to on. W vans a Atli year Dennl Cal rom or a Diamond to Rand. Milla la lied and Ovid a Vallec Bowe. Toiled with Bice ribbon. Take a a other. Bur of Roar i Nui let Aike Ciric Iris Tea r Diamond ii and i�?T11.1., for is Yon known Ai nest. Is fest alway reliable Sho by dr100ists note change in bus schedule the Royal Blue bus line is now operating three busses exclusively Between High Point and Greensboro. A bus every hour each Way first by leave High Point 7 15 a. In. Last bus leaves 7 15 p. M. First bus leave Greensboro 6 45 a. In. Last bus leave 6 45 p. In. Connections in High Point and Greensboro for other Points. Jacksonville Fla. A Tony Leto Havana gained the referee s decision Over pin key May of Savannah to. Dick Gore Macon won the decision off kid Sharkey of Daytona Beach Fla., to. Living up to an Ideal that slogan of ours a it must be Good enough to satisfy us or it is not delivered to you is being lived up to. Its an Ideal of ours and at the same time it is our Promise to you that you will always _ be pleased. The Rhodes press 130 West Commerce Street Telephone 4214 Seattle Ted of Ohara. Oakland welterweight knocked out Ted Kraehe Hoquiam wash., 2. Hill Mckenzie won a technical knockout from Al Anderson heavyweight Champion of Alaska. 7. I Johnny Woods Auburn wash., de-1 your last Chance this week is your last Chance to order personal engraved Christ in a it card Quot. us take your order. Moore a Book store 202 x. Min St. Al Deeee Morris Pian a High Point Morris plan Bank 108 West Washington Street of into this is thelume to buy your better Buick. A Golden Opportunity now presents itself to fill the hearts of those you love with Christmas happiness. Buy now the better Buick you had intended to buy in the Spring. Have it standing at the door when Christmas morning dawns. Give your family the pleasure and surround them with the safety of the better Buickus easier starting and safer control for the Winter months. Come in today to insure delivery of the Model you desire. We will leave it standing proudly at your curb Early Christmas morning. Buick motor co. Flint Michigan do it ton of general motors corporation George w. Lowe inc. West Commerce Street . J51 there is a resplendent cafe seen in a headlines a a the new dram coming to the new theatre Tod and tomorrow. For this episode the picture a Romance of news or life the entire studio Equi Pim was moved to Tho cafe Rue de club for screen and stage Lumin Les. The decorations in the Ca alone represent an output of $30t too. They Are the work of Psi Pogany noted artist. The Alabam coloured revue pro vide the High Jinks in this scent these famous coloured entertainer add much zest to the party give in Honor of Allice Joyce who pro trays the part of a feature writer on a metropolitan newspaper. While other stories of news paper life have been brought to j the screen none of them has been portrayed with the realism of the newspaper shots were made in the office of the new York world under the guidance of Bayard Swope its editor. The Story concerns the sob writer Mother of a flapper daughter who is expelled from College and comes Home to fall in love with the City editor and almost bring disgrace upon the family name through a flirtation with Donald Austen cabaret Habitude with plenty of Money and too Many love affairs. Classified adds bring Quick results Jack Mulhall and Helen Ferguson broken in Aday Hills act quickly Stop colds 10,-14 hour. Fever and headache disappear. Grippe in conquered in 3 Days. Every Winters Veavea millions danger and discomfort. Don t take chances Don t delay an hour. Get the Best Heip science knows. All druggist Price 30e Cascara quinine get red Box 01 with portrait when a woman comes into stir do a one of the first places she stops is right on the second floor in our underwear department. She knows that she will find things Here that will please her vanity and will contain inst the articles that she wants at prices that she can afford to pay. Look this list of gift articles Over and when come to Eli Rev s and make your selections. Lovely silk hosiery $1.15, $1.45, $1.65 collections include very Fine pure thread silk or sheer Chiffon Hose. All the fashionable shades and Black. Teddies $1.45 to $2.95 gowns $2.95 to $3.95 bloomers $1.95 to $2.95 petticoats $1.95 to $4.95 Bath Robes $2.95 to $6.75 hand made gowns $1.45 to $1.79 silk scarfs $1.35 baby quilts $1.95 baby sweaters 95c umbrellas 95c to $4.95 sweaters $1.95 to $9.95 misses sport ribbed Hose 48c silk Hose 68c to 94c children s 3-4 socks 25c to 44c boys heavy ribbed school Hose 25c to 48c Efird a department store South main Street opposite Post office sold at a. E. Alexander amp co

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