High Point Enterprise Newspaper Archives Dec 31 1925, Page 10

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High Point Enterprise (Newspaper) - December 31, 1925, High Point, North Carolina High Point 1 Entla Chris december 31, 1925 ill Filmer from direct to you we Are now carrying a Complete Stock of ladies Home journal patterns a i i h i i Iii la i i i it i i Ala ii to ? a n n i i b r. I i i ii i i what smart Pam i3 wearing Eye Rye Model in this group was selected because they a a were sponsored by Paris. The new shipment if ladies Home journal patterns contains a Beautiful selection of parisian gowns with All the Tricky style notes. Come in today for your free copy of ladies Home journal fashion selections. When you Sec the new styles and new materials you can to resist the temptation of a new gown. We will save you Money on the materials Complete Stock newest Yard goods at All times a lowest prices i i in in in is ii ii tii fag is in a j u to a in j a in la k i in is in k in 1 r win by a in in in be Rose is v is s a Bap in under the Xmas tree there wll be presents galore each with a message of Delight and happiness. There will be no Bills to pay on the first if you join our Christmas savings club. That is the easy modern Way of financing Christmas happiness. Atlantic Bank amp Trust co. Prices higher than last year and country in debt All Happy though Paris to have a november losses Indian Gay Celebration by fire Siller because of hair for the new year than the year it Paris Dee. 29.�? apr re Veillon suppers to see the new year in will not be allowed to lose any of their traditional gaiety a More fires reported in state but total of losses is much less Raleigh dec. 31.�? tap a although 15 More fires were reported in North Carolina last month than during november of 1924, last count of the debts and difficulties i months fire loss was nearly $150,-Wirt which the country is 8trub-10l 0 was than hat Tlle rame these debts and difficulties in month in 1924. In other words feet the state the individual does j despite a larger number of fires not seem to be suffering from them. List month there was less property the average prices in the restau loss. Rants show an increase As com this is shown by figures made pared with last year however. Public tonight by the state insure on new years eve 1924 the Lance department in its monthly Price per plate varied from 35 to report on arts and fire losses in 150 francs. While it will still be the state. Possible this year to pay Only 40 i. Fit months fire loss was $562,-francs $1.60 the maximum 653, As compared with property limit per plate has been moved to of $810,750 in november 1924. 250 to and a party of four will last month however 226 fires were find its Bill with wine and tip amounting to about 2,000 francs $80. J for rent store building on Hamilton Street Good location $30.00 month apply c. D. Smith phone 2440 wants bring result j the government has refused to permit the town of Vigny Suh Seine to name one of its thoroughfares a a i renin a Street on the ground that the Fame of the russian Leader is not above question. A tile principle of our administrative jurisprudence permits tile authorization of Public homage Only to persons whose memory is above All polemic and is not Likely to provoke divisions in Public Opin a a 8 Ion a was the decision handed Down by the minister of the Interior Iii the official journal. Tills incident brought on heated discussion in the chamber of deputies when the a Monist Deputy Archery demanded angrily Why Tho government had filled again. A a renin reported to the department As com. Pared with Only 209 in november of ast year. The figures for 1923 were 231 fires and a property loss of �799,459�?or the same amount As the loss in 1924. Of the total number of fires last month 40 were in the Rural sections Iso in cities and towns. Of the 40 Rural fires 18 were dwell-1 lugs and 22 build mrs other than j dwellings. La the ritzes the pro portion of fires in dwellings was1 much higher�?141 out of a to Al off Gray haired Indian attracts attention rarely such is seen Glacier Park mont., dec. 31 a chief mad feathers of the Glacier National Park reservation is one of the few Gray haired indians Ever seen on the North american continent. It is a notable fact that indians Seldom turn Gray. A Gra haired Indian is As scarce As a White haired Buffalo on the Western Plains today. Old chief mad feathers cannot explain his Case. Certainly fright never did it for the old chief is a fearless Warrior. Of p. T. Barnum was alive the great showman no doubt would erect a special tent for the exposition of chief mad feathers to the clamouring throng. Wall Street new York dec. 31.�? apr Stock prices displayed a firm tone at the opening of the last Stock Market session of the year. Secretary hoovers warning against reckless speculation in stocks apparently did not bring out any extensive Selling at the opening initial gains of a Point or More were recorded by american tobacco Chrysler and radio corporation. Enterprise Wani ads brim Quick results the. Cima it Nett Idle this is not Sunflower time a but it is dry cleaning time. In fact there is no closed season on dry cleaning. Your clothes need cleaning constantly in order to keep them in proper shape. Quot dress Well and succeed 9 Quot Send itto amp of Phonco Fesq fast a amins. Nissin. Mimm a stasis most French authors do not and probably cannot live by the pen alone. A list of writers published in the 1926 edition of the a a Pari almanac shows that Many of them consider themselves As following callings. The list contains a City Hall functionary a pig dealer a naval officer two Farmers a pub usher a lawyer two engineers physician a judge a Bank employee and a forestry inspector. Andre Maurois author of a a Ariel a a based on the life of Shelley the translation by which was very successful in America Calls himself a cloth Weaver. Jean Depierrefeu author of several books published in the United states is a manufacturer of perfumes Fierre iian is an Engineer and Jean Giraudoux a Diplomatist. I the value of All property at risk -Iii.-, ring the past or nth. In the fires reported w �>591 965, with in a in trance to tile amount of $3,502,. 1 28 1 involved. I in is of the first the Long in each was �5,000 or More the a 1 Are Gate loss for these 18 having Al $374,820, an average loss of Tho horse is deadlier than the �20,800 per fire. Of the remaining 208 fires the total loss was $187,-s33, or an average of $900 per fire. Among Tho larger fires with reference to losses were Tho at i a Mic coast line railway car shops at Rocky mount yith a loss of $s7 500 a sales Ware Hou e at Williamston �60,000 a business Block 5>j _ Vanceboro $25,000 Peanut warehouse at Weldon $31,500 a dwelling at Statesville $26,000 negro school near Franklinton. §20,000 store and cements at Fairmont $16,500 store and con. T its at Elizabeth City $12,500 apartment and business building at.1 Greensboro $15,400 garage and automobiles at Warsaw $11 500 Pullman cars at Spencer. $15,000 j and a garage at Bryson City $10too. J no fires were reported during automobile is the thesis in sup november at the following towns. Marion Albemarle Monroe Wake a Forest Thomasville Ayden Rex Boro Aberdeen Elm City Graham Marshville Kernersville Boole Jacksonville Pinetops and Granite Falls. Port of which the automobile club of Western France publishes some unusual statistics in its annual report. In the club s territory entering around be mans horse drawn vehicles caused More fatal accidents than motor cars luring the period under observation july i 1922 to september 30, 1925. In the department of Sarthe there were 43 9 horse vehicle accidents and Only 302 automobile mishaps while bicycles were blamed for 27 7 More. Thirty nine deaths were blamed on horse drawn conveyances and 439 cases of injury 25 deaths were caused 259 persons were injured by motor ears and to deaths caused and 274 persons injured by bicycles. The clubs figures Stow that for every 60,000 Miles of Road covered the horse vehicles caused an average of 11.13 deaths and motor cars 1,67. The other Day 50,000 pair of galoshes were shipped to England but this Isnit mite far enough. Your Home a love nest planned and built by you can be financed through. Atlantic building amp loan association a new series number 5 opens on january fifth. Ask us for details concerning Atlantic building and loan shares. Atlantic building amp loan Assn. In the Atlantic Bank and Trust co. E. C. Cridlebaugh Sec to and treas. Paris recently had an illustration of Tho fact that diplomats representing Powers near the breaking Point frequently Are the Best of friends and can find it possible to be very comradery after a Day devoted to the delivery of serious charges against the adversary under instructions from their government. M. Yorloff who pleaded the cause of Bulgaria before the league of nations Council which sat in judgment on the recent Greco bul Garian Border conflict and m. Carapace who represented Greece at Tho same session were seen one night entering a famous Monte Martre cafe together Arm in Arm and talking with the friendliness of two Schoolboy chums. Persons seated near them in the cafe re ported not a word was uttered about the Frontier incident which had brought their countries Beton 1 the bar of the league s Justice. Parasols bearing the owners pot malt joined in colors on the silk covering and her name embroider cd under the picture Arn one of the striking novelties in the Promen Ades of Monte Carlo this season simple colors for parasols Are the Vogue this year and such Back grounds make the new fashion Ai the More distinctive and striking the pictures Are of miniature sir but some of them achieve a r Marrable likeness to their bearer Youthful struggle. Pinehurst dec. 51. A a struggle Between to 17-Veai old youths marked the finals of in old Winter Golf tournament Here today. Walter Swoope Philadelphia faced George t. Dunlap jr., of new York for final honors by virtue their unexpected win Swoope downed Man of Greenwich Goon while Dunlap Defeated arson Youngstown. I up Ter Day. I. Chap. 3 and i Onaida p. Snow of Greensboro Greensboro. Dec 5 a a map a Hominy now the first of to season began falling Here it 1 4 this afternoon. Gre much greek waiters not let a Wilt la i speak English. J what a snowball by Christmas 1926 that Little snowball of savings you Start on its Way right now by joining our Christmas savings club will be of surprising size through its accumulations during the year a when your final payment is made during next december. Whatever worries you May have had in tile past regarding the Purchase of Holiday gifts will be cast to one Side for within the next year you will have a sufficient amount to meet All Oblations. This Bank offers nine different plans each with weekly or monthly payments. And during the year these funds arc drawing interest. Come in today for an explanation Wachovia Bank amp Trust co. A hid iou have he Den treasure your pocket the few ext dollars that it can put Ash every week a Bank Jaccoi to increase numbers grow with Cut Pound intern Safe in Pratt comme capital Ai total heat t is the Best inv invested in be turn in ested i you think of a we Are helping of Home owner invest no the High and at to v. A. J. Idol. Vice pres. And Are y01 Are you to where you Pend on to friends for Isnit Necesse in a. Entebi �50.00 at Wilso High Point Piedmont Al a a new series nary 15th, 192o�?z is at w Wachovia Bani arc being taken Elal the Best arg the opinion and e shares. Ask them. Pay for the la Money and not my w

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