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High Point Enterprise (Newspaper) - December 22, 1925, High Point, North Carolina A which Point Enterprise tuesday december 22. 1925 cases Are heard before City t judge Here heavy docket at the session yesterday several Road sentences the usual heavy monday docket was before judge Donald c. Mac. Roe when he opened court at the City Hall yesterday. A Large number of cases were disposed of. De Kelly and Bessie Simpkins. Negroes were Given to Days for violating the prohibition Law and 60 Days for immoral conduct. It was announced that the cases would be reopened today. Other cases disposed of were Fred Spaugh and John Burgur gon affray half costs. E. J. Goldsmith speeding costs. Frank Shelley operating an automobile while intoxicated. Of Days suspended upon condition that he pay the costs and not be convicted of a similar offence within a period of two years. Paul Hill Robert Grady Clarence Mcvay George Mcmichael Dewey Scott and Joe Horn loafing of passenger station released upon payment of the costs and upon con. Enterprise want ads bring Quick results Broadway wednesday Only with it Virginia valid and Eugene o Brien a question and answer for every girl who is or Hopes to be married. Edition they Are not convicted of a similar offence within a period of two years Thomas love negro violating the prohibition Law $25 and the costs. The firs indictment for violating the new traffic ordinance by failing to observe the new automatic signals was brought against a. H. Walker who was taxed with half the costs in the Case. Joe Farrington violating the prohibition Law suspended sentence of 60 Days upon condition he is not convicted of a similar offence within a period of two years. A. A. Lindsay paid the costs for speeding. E. L. Wingo and Jake Wingo were indicted on charges of assault but the prosecuting witness withdrew the warrant and paid the costs. Quot of Cross disorderly conduct $25 and the costs. 1 w. A. Brown violating the prohibition Law $25 and the costs. Frank Reid negro violating the prohibition Law$25 and the costs. Notice of Appeal Bond Hoo. John Heaton violating the prohibition Law capias to Issue if defendant is found in the City after 2 p. In. Yesterday. Marvin Johnson speeding costs. Heavy storms sweep France and Spain Paris dec. 22.�? apr heavy storms again Are sweeping France and parts of Spain. Paris and its environs suffered severely. Buildings were razed and Walls blown Down. Several o the streets were blocked by fallen debris and one of the important highways leading out from the City was similarly affected. What to a time threatened to be a Marine disaster occurred when the trans Atlantic liner de Grasse was torn from her moorings and went adrift at Havre. The vessel was brought Back to her Dock several hours later after hard work by six tugs. Various towns throughout the country report casualties and damages to property. Can to please Stag huh in a a Stag but i can dance with any girl Here i if you want something else to read you will find it Here Broadway today Pola Negri in ii the charmer tile Story of a wild Span fish Mountain girl who achieves Fame on Broadway. Tender and tempestuous a innocent and fascinating a that is Pola As the dazzling dancer in a the charmer american theatre three Days thursday Friday saturday extra special for Christmas Normal a biggest achievement a glittering Romance of love and glory a its modern its new a a Story of royally As it lives today a and Romance As you and i could never know it. Huge Grain Start come live an hour of sheer Delight in the loveliness of Norma Tallmadge As the wonderful Princess of Graustark. Done to miss it a it will he a treat for the eyes there will be special lighting effects a with 500 lights admission matinee children 25c adults 40c evenings children 25c adults. 50c time of shows 1 00�?3 00�?5 00�?7 00�?9 00 Washington dec. 22. The Village youth who pastes a picture of his a a Best girls on the Windshield of his automobile would think he had a lot of lovelorn company if he stood on the sidewalk outside the White House grounds while guests were entering for a formal party at the executive mansion. One of the invariable rules is that people arriving in cars must have the card invitation to the affair displayed on the Windshield. This is to facilitate handling of the line of traffic by the police posted about the premises. No card against the Glass no getting in to the party. Two youths garbed in Brand new hand me Downs and conspicuously from out of town paused at the Northwest Entrance to the White House Lawn the other evening As guests were spinning through to attend a social gathering at which the president and mrs. Coolidge were Host and hostess. A a must be something going on a a said one lad. A a we came to town to see everything let s go right but an officer at the Gate asked politely a your card please a the boys looked Blank. A a ainu to it free a one demanded. A a not tonight a the guard replied in kindly tone. A a come around tomorrow and stay As Long As you which seemed to Square things with the Young visitors from out of town for they departed in Fine fettle. Applied to automobiles Only it will be but a Short time until the Washington practice spreads throughout the country. A it s a funny situation a declared a Buffalo traction representative Here for a conference on the subject. A we get lambasted 23 hours of every Day for not carrying passengers faster and the other hour sees us catching in because we done to want to slow up a Little unusual missionary work is being done at the National capital just now by confidential agents of the traction interests of the land. This new activity for it is new to far As relation of the matter to Federal legislation is concerned results from the efforts of Washington a new traffic director to compel traction lines to obey the a Boulevard Stop regulations Laid Down for autos. Director Eldridge has made strenuous efforts to have Street cars halt at designated boulevards but officials of the two systems have refused to obey his orders. Therefore the thing goes to Congress which is the Board of aldermen for Washington. Representative Blanton of Texas who loves a rough and Tumble fight is espousing the cause of Eldridge and there Are predictions that the traffic director will win out. Hence the interest of Street car company officials elsewhere in the situation. They argue that if lines Here Are required to obey rules generally orpheus theatre entire week the smiling eyes co. In a blackface comedy entitled a so Long Jake special matinee for ladies wednesday and Friday 15c admission matinee children. Adults. Evenings in 30c Roar seats in Balcony. 4 r first five rows in Balcony and entire lower floor. 50c change of program wednesday Friday and saturday Broadway thursday Friday Christmas special the Liberty Magazine Story that was awarded $50,000 mannequin girls and gowns and Tho tense human drama of a Beautiful girls fight for love. With Alice Joyce Warner Baxter Dolores castello and Zazzu Pitts the bored individual who night for a a something else to read might come to town and Start in on the offerings of the Library of Congress which contains at this time a Little matter of 6.40n.000 publications. This institution is said to be the greatest if not the oldest Library in All the world. It is indeed one of the newest for Only a Little More than a Century ago Congress started it with a Small collection of volumes nearly All official reports of its own sessions and the Library of Congress has thrice since suffered from disastrous fires. Yet today it is one of the True marvels of the Earth a capitals. And it is no staid Retreat for merely the lovers of heavy literature. The Boyish devote of Diamond Dick tales the Maiden who does on love fiction the Sharp nosed and bespectacled Delver into erotic French a a classics a All these will find As much to enthral them in the Library of Congress As does the most erudite student of politics the arts science and philosophy. Recently a second hand Bookstore manager was approached by a caller who asked for a racy novel of Washington life published some two years ago. A never heard of it a the expert declared although these owners of Musty second hand books know about All there is to learn concerning literary output. A better go to the Library of Congress for the visitor looked abashed. A a holy smoke a he exclaimed. A they have it Over there i but he wanted to read the volume so he wended his Way to the stately pile under the Gold dome across the Street from the Capitol. And he found his Book. Voted Cabinet members in the same Bill Isnit of much moment. The expenses of the members of the president s official family Are so great that tacking a Little matter of a few Hundred dollars to the portfolio income makes slight difference. Louis f. Swift plans to resign his office Chicago dec. 22.�? apr the Herald and examiner today says reports Are currant in Lasalle Street that Louis f. Swift commanding figure in the packing Industry is preparing to relinquish the presidency of Swift and company and hand Over Active direction of the $340,000,000 Corpora tion to his younger brother Gustavus f. Swift or. The paper says it is understood that or. Swift does not propose to retire from the management of the company but contemplates accepting the equally important office of chairman of the Board of directors in which position he will continue to act in advisory capacity. It is anticipated that this Post will be created at the annual meeting of stockholders january 4. No official confirmation could be obtained of the reports. A a Stecher to wrestle greek Jim Londos Chicago dec. 22.�? aug an offer of $20,000 purse for a match Between Joe Stecher the scissors King among the heavyweight wrestlers and Jim Londos greek heavyweight was announced today by Joe Coffey. The match is planned for january 4 at the Chicago coliseum. Stecher Defeated stanislaus Zbyszko for the heavyweight wrestling tit1? last Winter soon after Zbyszko or i the Crown from a a big Munn. Muon who wrestles one of the Western mat men Here next month announced recently that he had taken up boxing As a sideline and would meet Andre Anderson at Kansas City in january in a boxing match. It takes hut 30 seconds to turn out. A perfect baseball Bat. That extra �?�200 a month which members of Congress Are drawing now in salary increase As a result of their generosity to themselves last session is appreciated of course. It May not pay rent nor meet luncheon Bills for the entertainment of All constituents who drop in on their representative when a a doing Washington nor really balance any of the Many big items of expense which a congressman must meet. But the additional Cash is Handy to have around any Way it is figured. On the other hand the increase chiropractic for infantile paralysis infantile paralysis is a disease which makes its appearance usually in children at an Early age. It is for this reason that it derives its nmn. This condition can be remedied by chiropractic. Consult with me if your child has this dread disease. Sci phone chiropractic1 easier a a a a a a better w. A of fic e t holies chiropractor 204-205 Penny building in gift of gifts from a masters hand just As Michelangelo a desired to immortalize his works by painting on the Bare Walls of cathedrals so it is that the modern jewel craftsman works with Platinum and Gold. To View the creations of master Platinum and Gold workers is to agree that modern jewel Craft reaches artistic Heights unrivalled in the centuries of this Art. Watches wrist watches cuff links Cigar and cigarette orders Fountain pens knives Lodge emblems Cigar and cigarette cases pencils watch chains diamonds leather goods Ash trays Scarf pins watch charms silverware rings glassware bar pins clocks see our displays of gift items Chas. E. Hayes jeweler too North main Street s it Jet a och Unity a to the liar cormt9 of irn Cam mature i aet Cal Krinjak Macd a Cal the a of faint can a Fig Moofat coconuts each. New crop brazils la. Mixed nuts la. Christmas mixed Candy Pound. Local nuts Gnu Quot 29c 29c 29cl 19c 27c $1.59 69c 29c 23c 25c 19c 45c Brilliant mixed Pound. Assorted chocolates 5 la. Box. 2 pound1 Box. Smyrna figs Pound. Dates a dromedary package Sun maid raisins puffed or seedless 2 packages. California layers seedless Pound package. Oranges fancy Florida 176s dozen. A a a a a a 288s dozen. Apples fancy eating dozen. A a a a a a a a i 40c 54c Loose lbs a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a $ # $ 18cj Fine granulated sugar a i a Pound. O4ci no limit a All you want at this Price York imperials Pound. Mince meat Atmore a flour 65c 24 lbs. 48 lbs. 98 lbs. Flour Plain or self rising 12 lbs. A lard Best pure compound Pound. Lard Pound. Citron la. I. $1.2$2,451 $4.7 19c .15c 60c 69c 25c 25c shelled Almond 85c Glace cherries la. I. A a a a a Orange Peel la. Lemon Peel la. Crystallized pineapple la. Fruit cake a Queen Anne 2 la. Tin. Currants 15 of. Package. Strictly selected eggs dozen. Fresh Creamery butter Cut from tub la. 1-4 la. Prints la. Walter bakery a chocolate 14 cake. 1-4 Pound cake. Del Monte pineapple no. 2 cans grated. No. 2 cans sliced. Fancy Lemons dozen. J j e 11 o a assorted flavors package a it tall cans a amp a evaporated milk each a a big bars 2 pounds. At antics Pound. % 69c 65c $1,301 20c 50c 57cj 59c la 21 23 25 25 10 11 25 23 the great Atlantic amp Pacific Tea co. 4 the red front stores where Economy rules 114 e. Washington St. 713 s. Main is 318 e. Washington St. T

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