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High Point Enterprise (Newspaper) - December 13, 1925, High Point, North Carolina The sunday Enterprise 4 american tourist season of profit to French people musical comedy is popular in Paris for this season Paris dec. 12. Apr France s summer tourist season resulted in the leaving of 10,000,000,000 francs in the country by american and British visitors. That was the aum spent by tourists of these two nations during june july and August according to figures published by the tourist Bureau. The summer tourist season lasts approximately too Days and experts have figured it out that at least 1500,000,000 or 55,000,000 a Day was spent by Frances visitors during that period. With the Winter season along the Riviera now in full swing and with dollars and pounds flowing into the Banks of Southern France be Figaro says a this situation constr to is a Bright Ray of Sunshine in France s otherwise Cloudy financial affairs and should dissipate some of the hesitations of the Holder of the Cabinet portfolio of broken arms and legs and caved in ribs among their messenger boys have caused Paris stockbrokers to ask the bourse authorities to have the Sharp edges of the cornices at the foot of the huge pillars in the main room of the Stock Exchange rounded off. Begun in 1809 by Napoleon the bourse edifice was completed in 1826. In Normal times the building is barely Large enough to accommodate the crowd but on extraordinarily Tisy Days such As last november 5, which will go Down in French history As a buying panic Day a the room is woefully inadequate. In the tremendous Rush on big Days messenger boys Scrimm aging to and fro with orders suffer a High rate of casualties. Brokers frantically await the return of messengers who never arid then groan when informed they have been taken to the Hospital. Many injuries Are caused by Well directed kicks on the shills from rival messengers but the edges of the cornices account for most of the wounded. Pinafore frocks which open behind to disclose a slip of contrasting color Are one of the Winter fashion novelties which society show s signs of adopting from among the Many ideas offered it. The dresses Are inspired by the Black sateen Pinafore worn by French children at play. They fasten close to the neck sometimes have simply yokes and Are usually dark in color with lighter slips. This is the time of year when costumers can Tell which of their Many proffered styles have caught the fancy of Paris. While hundreds of novelties Are offered Only a few arrive at popularity. The Paris Winter theatrical season is marked by the popularity indestructible Pearl beads these pears Are guaranteed to be indestructible and will not crack Peel break or Discolour. Each strand carefully graduated with a Sterling Silver safety clasp. Formerly sold for As much As $10. Special few Days Only for. Mail orders promptly filled 24-Inch indestructible Pearl beads Mann drug co. South main St. 98c jul loan High Point Morris plan Bank 108 West Washington Street Beauty dignity in bricks much can be accomplished by the intelligent use of color in permanent construction Light and dark Tan face Brick from our kilns Laid in special Bonds will add much Beauty and dignity to otherwise mediocre buildings. Cunningham Brick company oilers the builder a wider variety of materials in Quality that is dependable. Cunningham Brick company samples on display at Snow lumber . R. Lyon representative of musical comedy As distinct from the native French operetta and by the number of melodramas of modern life. The influence of the motion pictures is apparent in Many plays of the latter Type in several of which the heroines Are distinctly modern women. For instance one runs a garage while another is a Book publisher. There have been few failures this season. The Young author has no room for complaint against the Paris producers treatment of him for Many plays by new men Are being put on. A new theatre near the opera recently opened with a play by a 24-year-old playwright. Jacques Matason who previously Bod two plays produced in important Heaters. The Odeon theatre has produced a play based on Florence Barclay s novel of some 15 years ago a the which promises to be an unusual Success. It Lias caused Many critics to lament that a play of this sentimental character should survive and occupy the stage of Frances second National theatre. Mennonites not pleased in Home failed to find a land flowing with milk and Honey in Mexico Paris soon is to have a technical school of salesmanship to be run along american lines the first of its kind in France. Education of women in salesmanship is to be an important feature. The school will be founded under the auspices of Tho Paris chamber of Commerce As the result of a report by a committee which studied american methods and recommended that they be adopted Here As far As they were adapted to the mental peculiarities of the. French people. Dallas tex., dec. 12.�? apr their dreams of a a a promised land a in the Valley of the Rio Grande have faded and tile mennonites who sought to colonize in Mexico Are yearning for their native Home in Canada disillusioned and destitute. Theirs is a Story of a land of milk and Honey that failed to materialize. The weary people two years ago followed a great Hope into the Southern Republic where they expected to Prosper on the fruits of the land. And now they Are homeward bound longing to renew the More conservative life in the land where once they lived. Their failure is Hest told in the halting Spanish of a boy. A we like he said a a but nothing will grow and my father says we must How they were beset with crop failures and famine was explained by half a Hundred downhearted members of the religious sect who changed trains hero yesterday on their journey to manitoba., Canada. They predicted that More of the people will follow from the Valley to which they said they were lured by Roseate promises of abundance in a colonization Enterprise. Several groups of mennonites have passed through Here recently on their Way to Canada. The mennonites whose Faith Faith was founded by Mem no Simmons in 1632, practice a religion of omnipotent Fate and non resistance of violence. Even their crop failures they characterize As a the will of god a weather Outlook Washington. Dec. 12.�? a weather Outlook beginning monday South Atlantic and East Gulf states generally fair monday Rains tuesday or wednesday and again about saturday. Temperature above Normal followed by colder the Middle and latter parts of the week. First typewriter London. Dec. 12.�?a Glass at the science museum South Kensington. Contains one of the first practical typewriters Ever produced in England. It was invented about 1885 by sir Charles Wheatstone for the rapid printing of telegrams. It looks like a Small piano with 14 full sized Ivory and 12 Ebony keys. About All a rolling Stone gathers is Speed. A profit is often without Honor in its Home Village. Father always learns what his Christmas present Cost. Bright coloured gowns and chinese Tea Are the Modo at the parisian Tea table this fall. Delicate Almond Green velvet trimmed with Golden fur with coat dress and hat to match mole and Silver beige and Pink and Pink crepe de Chene have been the most notable and the most noted combinations at rum a Elmayer a the hotel Continental and Reyes. Chinese Tea seems absolutely necessary to the Parisienne who wants to be up with the latest fashion and has wholly displaced the Indian or Cey Lonese variety. Forsyth leads the Buncombe county was Leader in number divorces issued Raleigh dec. 12.�? apr Forsyth county led North Carolina in the number of marriages in 1924, while Buncombe led in the number of divorces. The number of marriages in the former county was 1,07 6, while in Buncombe 102 divorces were granted figures compiled by the United states department of Commerce and just re or Ved Here show. Although the state As a whole showed a decrease in both marriages and divorces from 1923, Bitt county showed increases in both. And a number of North Carolina counties showed increases in the number of marriages while still others showed increases in the number of divorces granted. The total number of marriages performed in the state during 1924 was 23,190, As compared with 24,-028 in 1923. The divorce figures for this state were 1,461 in 1924, and 1,504 in 1923. The figures the department says Are preliminary Aud subject to correction. The statistics on marriages were furnished by the Register of deeds in each county while those on divorces were secured from the various clerks of the Superior courts. Points out in Booklet How near and delightful state is Chimney Rock dec. 12.�?the Southern railway never lets up in its efforts to attract tourists to Western North Carolina. Their Southern appalachian Mountain folder printed in Black Green and Brown showing �?o82 peaks in the land of the sky which exceed a mile High is attracting considerable attention. It shows two maps and fifty cuts of Scenic views among which Are Dante a head Hickory nut Gap Canyon of the Rocky Broad where last it lure is being built and Chimney Rock. The introductory to tin Booklet is partially As follows a within 24 hours comfortable Railroad journey from the Homes of More than half Tho population of the United states in the Western part of North Carolina in the heart of Tho Groat appalachian system lies a Section of our country whose wonderful Cli mate and Beautiful mountains yearly attract thousands of visitors a the famous a land of the it is understood that an enormous edition of this Booklet has been printed for distribution throughout the world wherever there is a Railroad office. French i Jose Jerusalem dec. 12.�? a jewish telegraphic Agency a loss of several Hundred French troops in a Battle with druse tribesmen near Damascus monday is reported in advices reaching Here. According to these reports the Battle was waged All Day monday the ruses Surry Riding the French troops numbering several bund i ired and almost the entire French i Force was killed. Sacrifice Sale Flint 55 original Price $2,285. Will sacrifice for immediate Sale Sale Price $1,200. Address replies to Flint care of Enterprise first mortgage real estate Loans on improved real estate 51/2% in High Point and Vicinity at see us for details Farlow insurance and realty co. 413 commercial Bank bldg. Phone 4212 scan Saam did the postman bring you a Christmas club Check How to join the Christmas cd amp you can become a member without any introduction or formality. Ail you need do is to Call at the Bank and pay the first week s Deposit. Membership open to All a women men boys and girls. We will give you full information when you Call. We have made Cash settlements to thousands of people in this Community who joined our Christmas club last year. Each member has received a substantial sum that solves the problem of extra Money needed at Holiday time. Christmas club saving is a systematic method by which you can plan to have a definite Holiday fund next december. The amount depends on the deposits you make which Range from a few cents to a few dollars a week. You can select any class according to your Means and convenience. Join our 1926 club now and have extra Money next Christmas. At reasonable rates commercial National Bank capital and Sorlas Mal resources $1,000,000.0$ $10,000,000.0$ for results patronize the want ads Low Quot Cost transportation Star cars have you seethe new Star six in and see it now bigger better More Power economical you will be astonished at its performance its appearance its Economy of fuel and Oil consumption a big car at a Small car Price a they build them bigger but not any better Quot Starr motor co. Phone 2184129 South Hamilton

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