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High Point Enterprise (Newspaper) - November 10, 1925, High Point, North Carolina Page 2 High Point Enterprise tuesday. November to 1925 211 North main Street Moffitte a new Iland Niada gowns Iii White flesh. Also pyjamas. $1.95 and s2.95 new hats sateen Gold and Silver brocades. New velours in nifty. Alk. A. College sweaters the cold Days Are Here and one thinks of a Good warm sweater for real Comfort. Desirable and fashionable shades in the heavyweight sweaters. We sell the famous knit right in either coat or slip on styles. Sizes Range for boys and girls 36 to 40. Best shades Are Buff Black Navy Brown White. Prices Range $5.00, $7 50 $7.95 see us for the Best values in smartly styled Coats $39.50 and $49.50 Pinchot is striving thanks expressed expect to reach to get operators by conference at decision on tax and miners meet last session Here reduction plans request leaders of both sides to Confer separately on strike Philadelphia nov. apr a determination to bring about a renewal of the wage conference Between operators and miners was seen Here today in governor pm chops request to John l. Lewis president of the United mine workers and major w. W. Inglis chairman of the operators wage committee to meet him separately to discuss the Anthracite suspension. The governor expects to see or. Lewis Here on wednesday and major Inglis in Harrisburg the next Day. Or. Pinchot brought about a settlement of the Anthracite controversy two years ago and observers of the present situation expressed the opinion that he would make a Strong Effort to at least bring the two sides together again in the conference at Ooin. Governor Pinc got has been in daily touch with the suspension since the 158,000 Miner s Laid Down their tools on september i. He has conferred several times with the Rev. J. J. Curran Rector of St. Mary a roman Catholic Church Wilkes Barre who figured prominently in the settlement and discussed the situation with both or. Lewis and major Inglis in september. Recently optimistic statements regarding the end of the suspension were made by both the governor and father Curran. Interests outside of the Anthracite Industry affected by the shortage of Coal Are known to have been Active in urging the state executive to take a hand in the situation. After a conference last week with presided Lewis father Curran said there was Hope that the suspension which today entered upon its eleventh week would soon be ended. Both or. Lewis and major Inglis withheld comment on Gover no nor Pinchott a request until the receipt of his letters which were mailed from Harrisburg last night. High of eleven to placate City game will be staged at Cone Park Greensboro tomorrow afternoon methodist protestants express appreciation of the entertainment possible that committee May exceed $300,000,000 Cut in taxes expressions of appreciation of High Point s hospitality were Given in the report of the conference committee on fraternal rela ficus which was adopted by the North Carolina annual conference of the methodist protestant cd Mph before adjournment Here yesterday afternoon. The report follows a your committee desires to express a most sincere appreciation of tills conference to the honorable mayor and the City of High Point for the cordial Welcome extended to us and to our hosts of All denominations. For their kindness and generous hospitality to or. George r. Brown the genial pastor of the conference Chil re ii for his patience and untiring efforts to please the most fastidious among us to Captain Rankin for assigning us to the Best Homes in High Point to or. S. S. Coe for his kind offer of free medical and surgical service to the members of the conference while in High Point to the ladies of the Church for the excellent meals served us at such a reasonable rate to the student ? it High Point College and the group of children from the children a Home for the splendid entertainments Given for the conference to miss Novella Mcintyre for the delightful Organ music rendered for the Benefit of the conference and to All others who helped to make our stay in the City so pleasant and delightful. A we desire also to express our keen appreciation to the High Point Enterprise the Greensboro daily news the Charlotte observer twin City Sentinel Winston Alem journal news and observer and All other newspapers that have published proceedings of this conference. A now that our sojourn in High Point is about ended we desire that the members of the conference shall stand and invoke the fathers blessings upon All who have helped to make this the greatest annual conference our denomination has Ever held in this the committee was headed by Rev. R. C. Stubbing of Enfield former pastor of Grace methodist protestant Church. Greensboro. $150,000,000 for reduction la the miscellaneous levies. The committee hat announced none of its tentative decisions but Chat noes understood already to have been approved were a Cut of from five to three percent in the Levy on automobile passenger cart and repeal of the taxes on automobile trucks tires and accessories. The tentative program la reported also to carry a fifty per cent Cut in the alcohol tax from $2.20 a proof gallon to $1.10�? and a reduction in the Levy on cigars in addition to outright repeal of a number of other taxes. Washington nov. apr final decision today on a program for reduction or repeal of Many of miscellaneous taxes was the aim of the House ways and Means committee in giving further consideration to these levies in its preparation of a new Revenue Bill. Although a number of tentative decisions were understood already to have been reached the numerous appeals for Relief on the various excise levies still presented a problem As to How far the committee should go n granting them. There was some likelihood that the committee would decide to go above the limit of $300,000,000 set by the Treasury and tentatively accepted by the committee for the total tax out and thus give More Relief in the miscellaneous taxes than would be possible under that figure. Chairman Green and other committee members expressed the opinion that the Treasury could stand a total reduction of $350,000,000 which would leave approximately new York Cotton new York nov. apr the severe break in the Cotton Market yesterday on the increased estimate of the crop was followed by bather nervous and irregular fluctuations at the opening today. Liverpool was better than due however and after opening unchanged to 8 Points higher the local Market held fairly steady on covering Trade buying and moderate commission House demand. The latter was probably encouraged by private cables reporting an absence of Bdge Selling in Liverpool and manufacturers advices claiming that spot Bol dots in the South were not following yesterday s decline in futures. Jam try contracts fluctuated Between 19.00 and 19.1$ during the first hour with the general Market showing net advances of 6 to to Points. Wanted a Good Cabinet Man to take charge of few men. Must be capable of Reading Bine prints laying out and getting work out properly. State experience and wages Savannah lumber co. Savannah she begins at Daybreak ill rps a the talker aspirin gargle in sore Throat or tonsillitis prepare a harmless and affective gargle by dissolving two a buyer tablets of aspirin Quot in four tablespoonfuls of Wiley. Gargle Throat thoroughly. Repeat in two hours if necessary. V i be sure you use Only the genuine Bayer aspirin marked with the Bayer Cross which can be bad in tin boxes of twelve tablets for few cents. Clean child s bowels with a California Fig syrup mrs. Smith sues the Southern because her husband was High Point highs Are to Battle the Greensboro High school football team at Welch Park tomorrow afternoon at 3 of clock. This is a championship game and the original plans were to play it Friday. It was decided later however to stage the contest tomorrow. High Point highs by virtue of their Victory Over the Mebane eleven in the game Here last week have the Opportunity to meet the Greensboro team. Coach Marlette has worked wanders with the local squad. At the beginning of the season nearly every player was inexperienced but by intensive Drill the coach whipped into condition what is declared to be a creditable team. A number of High school students and local Gridiron fans will accompany the squad to Greensboro tomorrow. Salisbury. Nov. apr suit in the sum of $75,000 has been filed in Rowan Superior court against the Southern railway by Lucy a. Smith widow of the late Captain Oscar b. Smith for a Long time a freight conductor Between Spencer and Greenville s. C. Captain Smith died last february 17, and the complaint sets out that death was due to injuries the deceased had received on three occasions and that his injuries were brought on by carelessness and fail ure of the company to provide proper implements with which to perform certain work and by being thrown Down As a result of sudden violent and unnecessary jerking of his train. Captain Smith died in this City following an illness of some weeks. Hurry Mother even a bilious constipated feverish child loves the pleasant taste of a California Fig syrup and it never fails to cleanse the bowels and sweeten the stomach. A teaspoonful today May prevent a sick child tomorrow ask your druggist for Genuina injured a California Fig syrup which has directions for babies and children of All Ages printed on bottle Mother you must say a a californian or you May get an imitation Fig syrup my of be break Faith with us who die we shallot sleep Tho poppies grow in Flanders Fields in memory of those who gave their All in the greatest contest for right the world has Ever known this store will close at i 00 p. In. Tomorrow. Wednesday november la armistice Day. G. E. Hutchens phone 343-341 us the Devil encourages her the talker sends \ ear Mann to Charlotte As resident manager for wider service Novelty bags pretty new leather hags in Novelty styles. Brown Tan and Black. $2.95 to $7.50 Moffitte a 217 North main Street Charlotte nov. year Mann assistant manager of the Carolina motor club has assumed his duties As resident manager of the club. E. W. Powers local manager will continue to look after the clerical affairs of the Charlotte of flee. Changes at Headquarters necessitated by or. Mann a new assignment place w. S. Mitchell head of the auditing and accounting department in charge of sales while j. H. Monte director of Public relations becomes managing editor of the Carolina Motorist official monthly publication of the club. Or. Mann was transferred to Charlotte with a View of giving Queen City members of the Carolina motor club a wider and More comprehensive motor dub civic service. It is announced by Coleman w. Roberts vice president. Similar posts will be established in other North Carolina cities As membership justifies according to or. Roberts. Wall Street new York. Nov. apr reactionary tendencies become More pronounced at the opening of the Stock Market today reflecting fears that an increase in the Boston Federal Reserve Bank rate to four percent foreshadowed a similar Rise Bere. Initial losses of i to 3 3-4 Points were registered by general motors. Chrysler Stude Baker. General electric and u. S. Rubber. Strong buying support was maintained however for Pacific Oil Aud american sugar. Tonight Enterprise want ads bring Quick results son made Milky White new Safe Way no More Sallow skin no More mud Diness no More Tan science has made a new discovery which clears and whitens your skin with amazing quickness almost overnight. Your skin takes on that enchanting Clear Beauty that everyone envies and admires yet few possess. Make this 3-minute-before-bedtime test. Smooth this Cool fragrant Creme on your skin tonight. Tomorrow morning notice How the Muddy shallowness has Given Way to unblemished Milky whiteness. Get a Jar of Golden Peacock bleach Creme concentrated now today. Use it for Only five nights. Then if Yon Are not delighted and amazed with the transformation your Money will he instantly refunded. At All Good drug and department stores such As Mann drug company Cecily a drug company ring drug company Randall a pharmacy Hart drug company and Gilmers inc. Golden Peacock bleach Crem it at the Tabernacle 73 the Winston Salem piece orchestra 74 piece band at 8 of clock a admission a \ it c i i

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