High Point Enterprise Newspaper Archives Dec 16 1925, Page 24

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High Point Enterprise (Newspaper) - December 16, 1925, High Point, North Carolina Fage i High Point Enterprise. Friday. December 18. 1925 is asked to help e to protect children that arc taken from state to state Washington dec. the Section of his annual report covering recommendations for tile children s Bureau of the department if labor. Secretary of labor James j. Davis states a from time to time the children a Bureau is asked to assist in tracing persons to travel from state to state with bands of children collecting Money for their support. One such group. A a strolling band of coloured children a ranging in age from 4 to 15 years has been reported within the last two years As having been in Alabama Kentucky Mississippi Ohio Virginia and West Virginia the advice and assistance of the Bureau in securing Protection for Gypsy children has also been requested. In a letter from a Community service organization which rescued a 15-year-old girl who had been sold to a Gypsy ban i for $1.-660, the following comment is made a while they were encamped we had three different groups in court. The children were fearfully neglected. They had never teen sent to school As they do not stay Long enough in one place. A mainly to protect themselves against the a importation of certain classes of children Likely to be Public burdens or undesirable citizens 28 states have enacted Laws regulating the a importation of children for placement in family Homes. These Laws usually require that a Bond of a specified amount or other guaranty satisfactory to the enforcing Agency be Given. In addition the written consent or formal License from the enforcing Agency is required in 13 states. The Laws of a few of these states have however More altruistic provisions designed to safeguard the welfare of these children some of them requiring that a Homes into which they Are to be placed be investigated and certified As suitable by the enforcing Agency that the children remain under supervision for a specified period of time Rind that the persons with whom they Are placed be made responsible for their proper care education and training. Four states have made Legal provision regulating the sending of children out of the stale for placement. Twenty states Are still without legislation of this character which affords at Best Only partial Protection and does not touch the roving bands of children who Are taken from state to state for purposes other than placement in family Homes. It is believed the i the subject is one of Nar Onai concern which May require Federal Scott Charnley amp co. Certified Public accountants 313 commercial Bank bldg. T. L. Matlock c. P. A., District mgr. E rates Cut by increase of life Hartford life insurance company reduces Premium 8 1-2 per cent Cecily a drug stores great offer to chronic rheumatic sufferers Money Back ii Alle Rhu fails to do you More Good than anything you Ever used. Ii a it does not matter to me whether you Are disabled with cursed rheumatism or have Only occasional twinges a says James h. Allen a i know that Alle Rhu my own discovery will Stop the agony do away with the knowing pains and reduce the swollen a i know it will dissolve uric acid deposits that have become deeply imbedded in joints and Muscles and quickly drive every Trace of rheumatism from your body. I know this because i was crippled for years and Many times was unable to work and Alle Rhu made a Well robust healthy Man of a i know because since i cured myself hundreds have taken Alle Rhu and speedily rid themselves of this agonizing Alle Rhu is no laggard it starts right in at once it gets into the blood searches out the poisonous uric acid deposits and in two Days starts to drive the concentrated impurities that cause rheumatism out of the body through the natural channels. James ii. Allen of 26 Forbes St. Rochester n. Y., the discoverer of Alle Rhu desires All sufferers to know that he does not want a cent of anyone a Money unless Alle Rhu decisively conquers this worst of All diseases. With this understanding he has instructed Cecily a drug store and druggists everywhere to guarantee it in. Over amp instance. If you have not seen to sheep in colors i by by ceding plan to furnish j Wool banging through three i doors Shiprock. M., dec. 17. Map a the Navajo Indian a Stalwart Nomad of the painted desert has gone far afield to improve the Strain of the sheep which provide Wrol for the famous Navajo blankets. Successful experiments with Karakul sheep imported from Asia have led to Steps taken to renew the Karakul blood among the native sheep of the reservation by tile importation of More of these rare animals. The Karakul sheep is the source of a valuable fur known to furriers As Broad Tail persian Lamb or Astrachan. The Cross Between the Karakul and native Navajo sheep has produced an animal bearing a Beautiful Wool not too line for re weaving ranging in shades through Tan Yellowish Brown and Reddish Brown. The Navajo sheep owner As a Rule Sells his entire clip of Wool to the traders of the reservation regardless of color of the Wool. The trader sorts the a a off colors and stores them in tile Wool room. Later the Navajo women who Are the weavers of the blankets which have made the tribe famed throughout the world visit the Wool rooms at the trading posts. They select and repossess themselves of such portions of the Quot off coloured wools As they May need for weaving purposes. Although Many attempts have been made among Eastern manufacturers to color Wool artificially for weaving in imitation of this natural product the dyed wools fail by a wide margin to bring the prices demanded for the rugs and blankets fabricated from the Nat 1 product. Hartford conn., dec. 17.�? the most recant evidence of the increasing Span of human life is the announcement by a Hartford life insurance company of Premium reductions averaging 8 1-2 per cent and dividend increases of approximately la per cent. This announcement is made by Archibald a. Welch president of Phoenix Mutual life insurance company. He states that a in general the new i initial Premium Are the lowest participating premiums required by an a an evident increase in the Span of human life greater ability to control epidemics dangerous to Lite and a marked reduction in the Cost of handling our ords have made unnecessary the higher premiums that have prevailed in the past a said or. Welch. A the increase in our dividend distribution Atte Agall classes of policies is due partly to the fact that we Are to assume a higher interest rate in our calculations and partly to additional savings in mortality of about 5 per cent. A we Are facing the fact squarely tha the Cost of living has gone up and that it will stay up for some time. Other producers and manufacturers Are meeting the situation by effecting economies All along the line. They must reduce costs to meet the increasing demand of the Public that for every Dollar spent there shall be a greater value in return. A so it is hut logical in our opinion. That life insurance should effect economies in order that every Dollar of Premium will buy More Protection than Phoenix Mutual is celebrating its Diamond Jubilee having been founded seventy five years ago. Burglar a Able to quiet a Good dog Aurora ii dec. 16.�? apr a Moron burglar familiar with farm life and Able to quiet a Good watch dog. Killed Henry Jeske Young Bank cashier bus wife and 6-year-old son at their Home near Batavia saturday night. This was the conclusion of investigators today As they reconstructed the triple slaying hypothetically from their a dings in four Days. As most Likely to fit into the picture they sought Herman Coppes 26. Escaped Penitentiary Honor farm prisoner who 12 years ago killed mrs. Manny sleep and her two children and who was seen near Batavia shortly before the Jeske slaying. The Jeske family was Christmas shopping saturday night when the burglar quite the watch dog on the lonely farm and entered the House. He was ransacking a Dresser when interrupted by the Seskes. Yorkshire dec. 17. File most unique War memorial of 212 Trees one for each of the towns dead soldiers has been opened in Horsforth entire Avenue is part of the memorial. Open evenings until Christmas 4 43s our store will be open evenings until Christmas tor the convenience of our patrons. We invite your patronage. The Young menus store Robt. I. Harris mgr. So. Main St. New 1.00 size persian package let us give you one this can be easily arranged if you Are now ready to place your order for Christmas Candy. Duke sophomores Are class champions Durham dec. 17.�? apr i the Sophomore football team at Duke University was acclaimed j Champion of the classes recently. After it had won its final game in j the annual class championship series which is played each year at Duke following the close of tile regular Gridiron season. Much interest centers in the annual class football game at the local University. Coaches for Hie various teams Are selected from the ranks of the varsity squad. The coaches of the winning Sophomore eleven were Bennett and Weaver stars on the Blue Devil team under coach Par Herren. Czechs will Lav. London dec. 17.�?-the pig ment of the debt of tile cd Zerosh Vak government to great Britain for transportation of czech troop from Siberia has been settled. Payment will extend Over 30 years. The total debt is about $4,,nun. Married woman eats Only bread and milk a i could eat Only bread and milk. Everything else soured and form i de Gas. Since taking Adl Erika i can a but anything without causing signed mrs. J. B. Manning. One spoonful Adl Erika removes Gas a and often brings astonishing Relief to the stomach. Stops that full bloated feeling. Excellent for obstinate constipation often removing surprising amounts of old. Waste matter you never thought i was in your system. Matton drug co., 107 North main Street. F Ruit Mann drug co. I i1 cakes South main Street phone 2164 we make the Best fruit cake you Ever ate phone for one today Hutchens in Lone 34 in Rich new colors this l a message to you men Iii this City who have been wearing knit tex Coats for four or five years. We now have knit tex Coats in wonderful new shades that Are so different from any knit tex that you have seen before that you believe it is the same coat. Livery Man likes a change occasionally of you will get a new knit tex in one of the new colourings you will have All of the delightful sensation of Novelty combined with the wonderful Comfort and wearing Quality of the knit tax coat. Ice i leu t fun a Christmas gift. Price $30.00 i genuine knit tex Coats have the knit l sex Label. Sec our Christmas display. Wrights opposite passenger station j. V Wright a it. >1. Film a a. K. Young lamest Garner a. J. Wright x v i. N the Horn of happiness a a radio for Christmas have you Ever listened in Quot on either a Zenith freed Eisemann Stew Artw Arner it in nothing can surpass these instruments for Clear reception. Let us install one of these receiving sets in your Home before Christmas. Prices installed Complete $135 and up Hart drug co. Next to lost office Chile Oil Pirn or a 11 i 1 it a to i Jurf of m i Hiti a a in there Are but six More shopping Days before Christmas. Just six Day in which you have to make up your mind in answer to the Ever present ques Pion Quot what shall i give a a a question that has been bothering Many Lur sometime past. 4 we believe that we have solved the problem for Many High Point people and people residing out of the City too May we he allowed to suggest something to you ? moderately filled As Well As Well Lilied purses will find at our store suitable gifts within their respective limitations. The Hayes jewelry store carries a Complete line of jewelry merchandise that is guaranteed to satisfy or your Money will he refunded. Look the list of suggestions below Over then come into our store and Well show you the articles Ami Many others too. Under Arm leather bags diamonds cuff links and cigarette Holder Scarf pins Fountain pens watch charms silverware cigars watches rings Lodge Emblem cigars and cigarette bar pins watch chains glassware clocks a i Sechas. E. Hayes few de r too North main Sirree phone to is

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