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High Point Enterprise (Newspaper) - October 23, 1925, High Point, North Carolina Al High Point Enterprise Friday october 23. 1925 ii state legion takes pledge politics Raleigh. Oct. apr the North Carolina department the american legion will not go into polities while Henry l. Stevens Warsaw recently elected commander the department is at the Helm . Stevens declared Here today. 0 a the legion ought not to go into politics and it is not going to while i am commander a a . Stevens said b the legion official was in Raleigh to appear before the salary and wage commission to request that armistice Day be included among those holidays allowed state employees. While the decision the commission to allow All the holidays fixed by statute May have been due to the Adverse decision the attorney general . Stevens expressed the opinion that the com Mission would have allowed a armistice Day in any Case As a matter Anchor Columbus remains in Chicago Chicago oct. 22 a the Anchor the Santa Maria flagship Columbus when he discovered the Western hemisphere has become the property the Chicago historical society. For years it has been kept in the Bow a reproduction the ship moored in Jackson Park site the columbian worlds fair thirty Odd years ago. Caillaux fails to define his purpose Paris oct. Is. Apr Tbs French Cabinet meeting today broke up without finance minister Caillaux fully detailing his fiscal measures submitting his resignation which had been anticipated in some quarters. The Cabinet is to meet again monday. While not giving the details his plans m. Caillaux Laid the financial position the country before his colleagues in general terms. The impression prevails that the Cabinet will meet the chamber deputies next thursday without apy change in its membership although full agreement the financial question has not yet been reached among the ministers. He wants to live in House lepers occupied tin Washington oct. 23.�? a John b. Harris is not a a uras enic. He wants to live in the now Unten anted Leper Hospital the River Bank Here As a convenient place from which to follow his calling As a boatsman. J his request to take up his abode in the Little isolated building which has been Unten anted since it gave temporary confinement to its last patient a year ago has been approved by the local health authorities. As the first caretaker the building has Ever known Harris will get his rent free condition that he is to vacate 24 hours notice that it is needed for a patient. Frey denies he was alienated by a conies actress if any pursuing was done he was the pursuer and miss Bennett pursued Mineola n. Y. Oct. 23.�? apr Wilda Bennett musical comedy actress and Charles c. Frey turf Man Are merely friends and nothing More according to testimony Given by the actress. She is being sued by mrs. Frey for $100,000 charges alienating Frey s affections. Miss Bennett told a jury yesterday that she had not known prey was married until she was served with papers in the alienation suit a what were your relations with Frey a she was asked. A Friendly a never anything More a a never known As his wife a neither prey any other Man them their obligation under the league covenant to Settle disputes amicably. Bulgaria s Appeal to the league was made under articles 19 and la the league covenant. Article to binds the members the league to preserve the territorial integrity and political Independence All the members against external aggression. Article la says that a any War threat War wether immediately affecting any the members the league not is hereby declared a matter concern to the whole league and the league shall take any action that May be deemed Wise and effectual to safeguard the peace Baptist students to Niestat Hill three any conference will draw 300 delegates at Chapel Hill Chapel Hill oct. 22.�?the North Carolina students Baptist conference will open a three Day session in the Baptist Church Here tomorrow night with the principal address by . George w. Truett Dallas tex., leading Southern Baptist minister. Some 300 delegates Are expected. Other speak Era the program include . J. E. Hicks pastor the first Baptist Church Baltimore who will close the conference sunday night . Harry Clark Furman University Greenville s. C., who will preach sunday morning . L. Poteat Wake Forest . Chaa. Maddry Raleigh . Frank h. Leaven Memphis tenn., . L. E. H. Freeman Meredith College Raleigh Rev Eph Whisenhunt Lincolnton de. S. Preston Marion mrs. A. Williams Greensboro m. L. Skaggs Chapel Hill. Among the students themselves the following will have places the program miss Jacquette Hill. And Paul Cooper Mars Hill col Ever stayed Ber big Long Island i major George Bayne. Yale Quarter lege misses Elizabeth Myers Vir a it is Hermis in an Tulane claims its tile pigskin with which she won 30 years ago a battered and water soaked football with which Tulane claims it won the first football game Ever played in the South 30 years ago is a Talisman that accompanies the team All its foreign trips. The Ball originally belonged to $ k 4 no More embarrassing Garter runs Rollins run Stop always red and always at the knee a gives you Complete silk stocking satisfaction. Let us show you this new silk stocking recently announced in the saturday evening Post. No matter How Many runs the Garter May Start no run can go below the knee. Rollins run Stop is always red. Also As e Mark identification this Label is every pair right at the run Stop. Rollins hosiery Miles Wear in every pair full fashioned silk style no. 2020�?pure-dyed, pure a ilk with Lisle top. In the color you want. Prices Range $1.50 $2.00 $2.50 Moffitte 217 North main Street Ginia Branch Mary Misenheimer Anna Bell Abbott and Janet Sikes Meredith College c. H. Manning and Robert Wilkins University Chapel Hill a. S. Gillespie and l. H. Mosley Wake Forest College Nelson arte and Bernard Kopp state Raleigh miss Elizabeth Cowan and miss Mary Stewart n. W., Gre Wisboro Chowan College will furnish a quartet Young ladies and Wingate College a quartet Young men. Or. J. B. Huff Wingate . H. A. Ellis Raleigh . J. \. Campbell buies Creek will Lead conferences. Home unless her Cousin and shaper j Back Back in the �?T90 a and it was one was present she insisted. In-1 loaned by him to Tulane for its Stead living in her House As first game. Somebody kicked it Roxey Sison is held ashness she is kept under cover by the Federal authorities to use in Case a silk Chiffon style no. 2323�?beautiful, dearly knit pure silk Chiffon. In cd new York oct. 23.�? apr Roxey Stinson a Star witness in the investigation last year former attorney general Daugherty is being kept under cover Here by Federal agents. It is announced however that she will not testify before the Federal grand jury investigating the alleged irregularities the part former alien property custodian Thomas w. Miller. He has been subpoenaed. Miss Stinson divorced wife Daugherty a Friend Jess Smith who committed suicide was met yesterday at Manhattan Transfer just outside new York by a department Justice agent and taken to the sub Treasury building in Wall Street for a few minutes questioning. Afterwards she left through a private exit and disappeared. She is not registered at any the larger hotels and her travelling bag was left in the parcel room the Pennsylvania station. It Wab said she probably would return to Columbus immediately. In the Brookhart investigation last year miss Stinson told Large sums Allen property funds which were deposited through her former husband in the Midland Bank Washington court House Ohio which Mal Daugherty brother the former attorney general is an official. Enterprise want ads bring Quick results charged Frey had a cottage just across the Street a did you Ever live in that cottage a mrs. Frey a counsel asked. A yes at present a the actress answered with a tilt the Chin. She met Frey first in 1923 at the Empire City race track. A the told me the name a Good horse a she said. A i bet that horse and later told him he had saved my life because that made me a Winner. I told him to drop in and see me Frey who preceded miss Bennett the stand denied that he had Ever breakfasted in his pyjamas with the actress As has been testified by a former Butler miss Bennett a. Shown a bathing suit picture himself with his arms around a Young woman he denied that it was miss Bennett and he said he could not say who it was that it might be any one a Large number. Miss Bennett took off her hat to exhibit her Black bobbed hair for the court and mrs. Frey to contrast it to the Long Light and Fluffy hair the photograph. Frey refused to lame a woman f who lived with him for three months in one his two new York apartments but denied it was miss a he denied that miss Bennett lured him away from his wife. A if any advances were made i made them a he said. Into a Bayou and the game had to be halted while one the team dived to recover it. Harvard a committee the regulation athletic sports questions the advisability forbidding football training before september 15 Harvard has an agreement with Yale and Princeton for this limitation. Harvard and Yale were beaten and Princeton was tied last saturday. A a done to bring the baby a a is the plea made to 67,000 fans who see the Illinois Michigan game at Urbana. The management says experience has shown that unless there Are tickets for children even Down to infants in arms seat neighbors Are disco Moded. The Toone Mill Stollei that Netts All the trains sectional qualification has been adopted for next years British open Golf tournament. Great Britain thus follows the Lead the United states. Stolen Flag Given Back to the Navy Caldwell o., oct. 28.�? apr the american Flag flown by the uss Shenandoah its fatal flight West and which was one the objects taken away by the souvenir Hunters has been returned to Lakehurst sheriff Roy w. Shaft revealed today. The fihe Riff said that he received the Flag in a package postmarked a a avar and he had forwarded it to the naval station. The Center the Flag was intact but the edges were tattered the sheriff said. Special session league nations called Geneva oct. 2 3.�? apr in addition to conv oking a special session the league Council next monday at Paris to Deal with the Greco bulgarian crisis m. Briand As president the Council has dispatched notes to both the Athens and Sofia governments reminding enthusiastically received by fair sized audience at the american his audience interested and laughing during his appearance the stage . Burton is a comedian unusual Type having none the slap dash stuff that so Many cime Diane affect. His work is clean and Clever and exceptionally witty. The chorus while it cannot be said were endowed with Pulc Vitrude were exceedingly Well drilled. They showed an interest in their work and really worked very hard. All in All the show was one to please the viewer. Lady be Good is republicans enjoyed by crowd Texas get new lease Hopes although lady be Good got off to a late Start it was enthusiast la by received by a fair sized audience. It was rumoured that the late Start was occasioned by an Accident Hap \ pening to the leading lady. There was no foundation to this report however the delay being caused by the late arrival one the cars carrying property. Lady be Good is a musical comedy that is Light and frivolous with plenty Snappy music and Peppy dancing. The song numbers were Catchy Little airs exceptionally Well suited to a show this Type. The characterization the various parts were carried out very Well. Miss Westman As Susie Trevor. Was especially suited to her part. She had a captivating air about her that held the attention her audience. While the singing dancing and music was party so Long dormant in the Empire state is coming to life Dallas tex., oct. 23.�? apr rumblings dissatisfaction in the democratic ranks the state have Given Texas republicans a new life and that party for so Many years dormant in state politics plans to stage a hot Campaign to elect a governor in 19 26. The Republican state executive committee Here yesterday decided to hold an informal convention next Spring to recommend candidates for the first state wide Republican primary in t exas. No secret was made by leaders their intention to capitalize the present unrest in state politics overcharges irregularities in the Good the i state Highway department under the Victory will be effected it was intimated with the Aid democrats who Are expected to rebuke past and present Quot conditions a by forsaking party lines and vote for a the and the adherents plan to enter a gubernatorial candidate who a will draw votes from both parties. Speakers yesterday including National committeeman r. B. Creager Brownsville asserted that state affairs now Are in a Quot disgraceful the full state ticket hereafter would be the salvation the state politically they agreed. Preceding the convention next Spring the republicans will hold a missionary and educational Campaign to gain new converts and revive the old ones. Literature will be distributed to Tutor the voters in the a intricacies the Terrell primary system a and there plans for a newspaper to Harbinger the Awakening. Strong bids will be made for the feminine vote said mrs. Florence t. Griswold san Antonio National committee woman who plans to make the most social gatherings including teas. Racing seaplanes nations in contest started bombardment Sofia oct. 23.�? apr a dispatch tor the bulgarian telegraphic Agency says the greek troops bombarded the villages Maresc Ostl novo Marin pole and the Strouman Valley in addition to Setlich. The bulgarians Are reported to have abandoned . Mills health shoe Abr Fleshy feet real Center attraction was Sam a. Burton who As j. Waterson Watkins a lawyer ability ? kept the states first woman chief executive governor Myriam a. Ferguson. Bayshore Park Baltimore oct. 23. Map a the Foremost racing seaplanes the United states great Britain and Italy were called upon today to prove their seaworthiness the bosom 61 the Chesapeake Bay As the final conditions their entry tomorrow in the Jacques Schneider International seaplane trophy race. To guard against a Freak constructions a m. Jacques Schneider French sportsman and aviator who presented the Bronze trophy to the Aero club France provided that All contesting planes should the Day immediately preceding each Schneider race prove the Worth their Structure in gruelling surface tests. Aal a ans mrs Ai pimms the kind la Aho woo can Wear with perfect ease and Comfort yet one that sle Derises your feet and gives you the smart and exclusive style Yon like. The most remarkable last Ever developed for the purpose. Ileum rec come to our grand fall opening tomorrow souvenir you can make big Money in this property a i because Good neighbors nearby. Because Good churches and Good schools. Because peace and quiet. Because the advantages hard surfaced roads without the attendant noises. Archdale property will continue to Advance in Price beyond the regular profit making schedule. We want you to make Money Here As you s rely will. Buy one lot for a Home site. Buy a few More for investment. By All Means come to Archdale saturday oct. 24th 2 p. the auction Sale see the Fallows in action Auld the singing Case y twins sell the Goodman property astonishingly easy terms. With real land Sale attraction United auction company building promoting developing

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