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High Point Enterprise (Newspaper) - November 20, 1925, High Point, North Carolina High Point Enterprise priday. November 20, 1925ihns to visit a at old 0. Of n. C. Well known journalist visits at his Alma mater after 4 varied career re to will follow a he quoted Walt Whitman. Or. Russell said that the great difference Between the american and British dailies is a the Superior Quality of the English paper and the amount of Slang characteristic of the american paper. Editorials also Are still a feature of the British papers the editorial Page is known As the Leader Page. There still exist in England men similar to Dana Greely and Watterson. The English humor is Dif Ferent. The English paper gets its humor from character while the american paper depends for its humorous Appeal on exaggeration. For several months Tho London press ran the Mutt and Jeff feature but it absolutely could not catch the Public s fancy. Both american Slang and the coolies Are considered by English journalists As freaks. The majority of English newspaper men Are University graduates while Many of the americans do not possess even a High school education. The american considers it a joke to be called a journalist on the other hand the britishers considers it a gentlemanly for one to designate him by the obnoxious appellation of reporter a a North said or. Russell a la considered by european nations to be the most enlightened Southern state. Tennessee however due to the recent ludicrous High school trial there is looked upon As the most backward the most uncivilised Aud of All the it Auto. Fryeburg Maine Pine be planted amid the Florida at Vero As an exp moment Clifford Eastman. Chapel Hill nor 17.-Charles Phillips Russell grandson of the late Charles n. Phillips who avas chairman of the University faculty following the institutions reopening after the civil War la paying Chapel Hill his real visit Ainee graduation Day Back in 1904. During the years intervening or. Russell attained High rank As journalist first in North Carolina later in new York and Philadelphia and finally in Europe. He is just Back from England where during the last fire years he has been connected with leading English journals in the capacity of editorial and feature writer presenting american viewpoints. V or. Russell has had amp most unusual newspaper career. After graduation he went to Charlotte where he was connected with the Charlotte observer for several years being at one time City editor. Then the wanderlust got into his blood and All of a sudden he quit Charlotte for new York City. He liked the Metropolis and the Metropolis liked him. He was for a while connected with Tho Mcclure newspaper Syndicate and was later assistant sunday editor of the new York press which Frank Munsey buried through amalgamation with another of his papers. Work in Philadelphia. After several years in new York he went to Philadelphia where he was connected with the bulletin evening Telegram and Philadelphia Public Ledger doing Quot feature stuff mostly. He was the first columnist the evening Telegraph Ever boasted and he was pictorial editor of the Public Ledger. Or. Russell liked the Quaker City As a place to live it had new York beat All to pieces but As for new papering he eventually decided that the big Metropolis had first claim on his fancy and Back he went this time As feature writer on the evening Sun. One Day in the Spring of 1914 or. Russell and another Sun writer were dining in a Little cafe around the Corner from the Sun office and the other Man suggested a trip to Europe. Or. Russell did no to have much Cash and neither did his Friend but the desire to travel be squelched. They caught a greek tramp Steamer and landed in France with 125 Between them. Went broke in Europe the two began to Trot around Over the continent sending a feature Story Back to american papers now and then add the gathering of the War Clouds in August 1914, found them in London and without funds. They wired Home for Money but their cablegram were delayed in transmission owing to the War and their Money was further delayed when the Steamer carrying their mail and Check was turned Back to America when in mid Ocean. Meanwhile they drifted about London and were surprised to find How few americans were ready to lend fellow countrymen in need. Finally they in determined to seek out Walter Hines Page fellow tar Heel then ambassador to the court of St. James where they expected to get a sympathetic ear. But they found ambassador Page with a wait ing line seemingly a mile Long and they had not the patience to stick. They did find some englishmen who seemed to appreciate their predicament and thus starvation sians were thwarted again. Missed great Opportunity. About that time it was Learned that tin germans were going to Cross Belgium to reach France and or. Russell conceived the idea of going to a Little town in Holland near the Border where he could watch the German offensive and at the same time be immune to censorship. He cabled his scheme to the Outlook and believing that Magazine would take the proposition up he waited patiently several Days for a reply. At the end of a week he went to the Cable office and found his message still on file there. It was the War he a firmly informed that the cables were swamped with messages and that his would have to take its turn. Or. Russell waited another week and not hearing anything gave up his pet scheme and sailed for Home. A week after his arrival Back in America he received a cablegram from the Outlook that had been forwarded instructing him to proceed to Holland on the proposed assignment. He was a sick Man for Piveral Days after that. Or. Russell remained in America until 1920/ doing free Lance feature stuff on various subjects and since then he has been Back in London writing for this Side and also for european journals. While Here or. Russell has been a laying in the Home of or. And mrs. A. A. Kluttz. He is accompanied by his Mother mrs. Lucy Phillips Russell of Rockingham. Since 1904 he has spent a night Here twice but this is his first real visit in the 20 years. Or. Russell expresses amazement at the growth of the University. He was particularly pleased with the a Tyle of architecture being followed by Arthur Nash University architect. Or. Russell had considerable reputation Here in his student Days. In his senior year he enjoyed the rare privilege of boing editor of the tar Heel and University Magazine at the same time. He was also president of the i so a Sty. A the University of North Carolina rates High throughout the world a or. Russell said a a but it is up to us to keep pushing. I have frequently seen stories about University events. The world is looking to us As the Southern educational or. Russell is More concerned i h Quality of students than mixers. A produce great men and Lim in plus a a new a Square Deai credit policy what i say i mean. Five dollars Down and Chatta All. Pay the balance weekly or monthly in any amounts that suit you. All that i ask is that you done to take More than five months. I done to put you thru any red tape. Pay at the store. No collectors to bother you. Your word is Good with me. To the Workingman a Friend. Come in bring the family. Choose the finest warm Winter clothes that Money can buy. And pay me later. That a Why they Call me Quot the Square Deal Many the Best Way to buy clothes is when you Are not in a hurry. That a idly i keep my stores open every single evening until 8i30 and on Saturn Day nights until to figure this out for yourself. I buy at one time for my Twenty stores. When the one store merchant Sells one garment i sell Twenty. I buy direct from i in big Woolen Mills. Every garment is tailored under my personal care. Then i sell direct to you doing away entirely with the profits of the jobber the manufacturer and the middleman. There a no mystery about this. Just common sense and big business. I sell for less because it Cost me less. That a Why they Call me Quot the Square Deal Many Down men who work All Day done to like to get off and Rush in to buy clothes. That a Why i keep my stores open every evening until 8&0 and saturday nights until to. Up to $35j00 fur trimmed Coats luxuriously trimmed with your favorite furs. Suede and other new materials. Flare models mro course a by Street amp party dresses afternoon and evening frocks in the finest cloths and new a Silks jul m latest fifth Avenue huh styles. Girls new dresses and warm cloth Coats memos Winter of Coats big warm Fine overcoats in every new Model. Hand tailored of Only purest v Irgin woolens. New Winter suits latest styles single and double breasted models _ in every new and desired Pat Tern and Shade. Boys 4 piece suits and warm overcoats the Square Deal store 113 North main St

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