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High Point Enterprise (Newspaper) - January 22, 1926, High Point, North Carolina Page i High Point Enterprise. Friday. January 22. 19z6 Ewa Indi Are governed of one Duj tribe Mark i. Burns Leader of old tribe that Are now civilized and behaved Cass Lake Minn. Jan. 19,-�? seventeen Hundred indians of the red Lake Chippewa tribe Are being governed by one of their own j people. Ile is Mark l. Burns new red Lake Agency superintendent. A mixed blood of 20 years service in the United states Indian by i Reau. Efforts of the new chief Are Dij reefed at. Removing Hie last vestige of aboriginal customs still existing in this isolated Section the a med Cine men and the self torture to i appease the anger of traditional a a evil Burns has jurisdiction Over the tribes own councils which still function As in Days of old. He began his work As Tho chippewas entered on what May be one of their most trying periods. Acting at the request of younger tribesmen and demands of chippewas in general the Indian Bureau has taken Steps toward breaking up the great reservation. It propose to allot the Rich Timber lands according to the Rule which has permitted virtually a1 american indians to assume control of their own property. In this Case the 1,700 indians would be allotted Joo acres each and the remainder of the approximately 400,000 acres would be sold for tile Benefit of the Chippewa tribal fund we hich is shared by 13,-000 chippewas. Old men of the tribe satisfied with strict government control and fearing poverty w hich has overtaken Many emancipated braves will fight the pro posed allotment. They claim exemption under an old treaty. Selig gambled in Bradshaw is Given the movies with Long term leave 750otjhriller from University bark Iii the nineties theater j will spend several months in people complained saying this As too much Washington Jan. 16.�? a a Resolution proposing that president Coolidge seize and control tin Anthracite mines for the duration if the strike was introduced today by senator Copeland Democrat new York after action on his proposal that the president merely to requested to act had been blocked by opposition from both sides of the chamber. Children cry for Mother Fletcher Cas Toria is a pleasant harmless substitute for Castor Oil pare Goric teething drops and soothing syrups especially prepared for infants in arms and children All Ages. _ to avoid imitations always look for the signature of proven directions on each package. Physicians everywhere recommend St Hollywood Cal. Jan. 19,�? apr William n. Selig one of the earliest movie producers chuckles when he relates what a howl of protest went up when he tried to put Over his first 75-foot picture Back in the late nineties. Theater men who at. That time were using motion pictures As be tween the acts features complained that 7 5 feet of movies was too much for an audience to absorb at one gulp. They suggested that Selig let Well enough alone and stick to the 50-foot features. Now even a movie mathematician can figure out just How much film i t w i 11 take to make a film play. The length of film actually a a shot in a five Reeler goes far beyond the exhibition length rutting the film for elimination of tedious sequences and All unnecessary action has beep me an Art in itself. Selig found his pioneering in Long pictures easier after the Nickelodeon entered the amusement Field and began giving the Public entire programs of motion pictures. Here was a Market for his longer lengths. But it was a Long time before a a ten nights in a bar room reached the screen. No less than 1,000 Lineal feet of the celluloid or too feet per bar room night was consumed in telling the thriller. When a two orphans was offered to exhibitors in 1911 As a three reel super feature 3,000 feet Long showmen took a Long breath. They Felt they did not dare offer such a Long feature at one sitting so they ran the three reels on consecutive nights. Soon it was not unusual to run a three reel film at one sitting and then As a natural development came the five reel feature. Approximately 1,000,000 feet of film have been shot at a Cost of upwards of $3,500,000 in the latest super production which has not yet reached completion. This probably we ill be trimmed to 10,-000 or 1 2,000 feet before film fans View it. Knox living room suites we carry a Complete line of the Knox Laving room suites at All times. The Knox suites arc made right Here in High Point and Are Well constructed both As to design Range of patterns and Quality materials. An inspection of ibis display of suites both overstuffed and Dagenette styles will prove very interesting and profitable to von. New housekeepers will find at the Bell furniture t company Many interesting items that Are marked very reasonably in Price and w ill add much Comfort to the Home or apartment. Pet us figure with you before going to House keeping we can save Vou Money. Graduate study work at Columbia University Chapel Hill a. 22.francis f. Bradshaw Dean of students in the University of North Carolina has been granted a leave of absence to extend from february i to next september and will spend the time in graduate study at Columbia University new York. The leave is made possible by a Fellowship recently granted Dean Bradshaw by a National organization interested in the Field of student welfare. The Only Dean of students on the list of 50 now holding a Fellowship from that organization is Dean j. R. Dyer of the University of Kansas. Dean Bradshaw s studies will be primarily in the Field of psychology particularly that Branch dealing with the educational and personal problems of College students. He took some work along this line at Columbia last summer. During the remainder of the collegiate year the work of Dean Bradshaw a office will be under the supervision of or. A. H. Patterson. Dean of the school of applied science. The routine of the office will be carried on in the main by its present staff. Dean Bradshaw has accepted an invitation to address a meeting of the National vocational guidance association in Washington. D. C., on february 18, 19 and 20. Two years ago Dean Bradshaw a office installed a comprehensive system of vocational guidance Here at the University. Miss Pauline Jones is sponsor of Euralean Wake Forest. Jan. 22 a at a recent meeting of the members of the Euzella literary society miss Pauline Jones of Boonville Yadkin county was elected sponsor of that society. Miss Jones who was placed in nomination by Buford Henderson of Hamptonville Bai Little trouble in winning this distinction by several votes Over her nearest opponent. She is the daughter of j. H. Jones of Boonville and is this year a student at Eastern Carolina teacher training school of Greenville North Carolina. The Euzeliah society of which or. Henderson is an officer is one of the literary societies of Wake Forest whose members have won oratorical and debating distinctions throughout the country in its Many years of existence. Both literary societies of the College elect a sponsor each year whose picture is carried in the College annual the i howler. According to the plans an a bounced by e. O. Burroughs editor j of the annual this year All sponsor i pictures will be Given a Complete Page in the 1 926 howler. The sad thing about having a wife is she is always wishing her husband would be More sensible or More foolish. Low Cost and High Quality Are at Clarence Saunders. Get a radio and tune in on tile great International radio test january 24 from i i Mai p. In. To 12 Midnight. I arc agents for Zenith Freid Eisemann radios also radio parts. We install radios Hart drug co. Next to Post office Snake Oil stops pain i rom coast to coast men and women Are hinging the Prai e of a a Snake Oil a a a most powerful. In train pain relieving liniment la will penetrate thickest sole leather in minutes. Mall. Werner new Orleans la writes Quot thanks to it our won a Fui penetrating Oil a relieve met 0f rheumatism and deep at of Chest cold after other a Dies i had rheumatism so bad i had to walk on crutches for nine years is let its la. Hendrix old Soldier of Minneapolis Minn. A a after three Pontius treatment with a Snake Oil Laid off my crutches and now can walk like a j. B. Moore Pittsburgh. Pa., Railroad Man says a Snake Oil is the Only liniment that Ever gave me Relief from rheumatism i us it regular after being exposed to bad for rheumatism neuralgia Lumbago stiff joints Pun in Back and limbs corns bunions Chest colds sore Throat a Snake Oil is said to be without a an equal. Refuse imitations this invent id a cold n Rod i of of. Or j Only by Herb juice Medicine co if s \ get it at lip Fanu Dill Nerea Rethe Tyl on Dodge Brothers motor cars delivered in High Point old Price new Price touring car. $ 950 % 895 roadster. 975 895 Type a Sedan. 1170 1020 Type a Sedan. 1435 1255 Coupe. 1065 950 panel commercial car 1040 965 screen commercial car 950 875 Chassis. 790 715 these new prices apply to a product that is far and away the finest Dodge Brothers have Ever produced. They Are made possible by a $10,000,000 expansion program which practically doubles production and materially reduces the Cost of manufacture. Faison motor co. Willowbrook and Commerce Sis phone 2729 Dodge sales and service Al it Uipa 0 ,

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