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High Point Enterprise (Newspaper) - October 26, 1925, High Point, North Carolina High Point Enterprise monday. October 26. 1925 a it ii Mots by uding Mues wages to keep might there will be no general reduction soon in the opinion of Miller building labor expects to main-4ptftin present wage Scales and working conditions indefinitely and them is no immediate likelihood of a any general downward revision of wages according to a Survey of the break a cold right up with Quot Pape s cold compound take two Tablet every three Honra until three doses Are taken. The first dose allays gives Relief. The second and third doses completely break up the cold. Pleasant and Safe to take contains no jul line or opiate m 11-ions use Quot Pape s cold Price thirty five cents. Druggists guarantee it. Labor situation in the building Industry compiled by the building construction research Bureau of g. L. Miller and co. The Survey Ems based largely on data gathered a at the convention of the building trades department of the american federation of labor of Atlantic City n. J. At which 899,000 organised building craftsmen of the country were represented. Building labor conditions were summarised As follows i wage Scales now highest in history of building Industry and still higher rates appear in Prospect for some localities. T building crafts plan to maintain wages and working conditions attained during building property period. 5 labor is fairly tranquil and Little interference to building operation from strikes and lockouts expected during the next few months. 4 labor officials condemn inter Union strife and Lay plans to eliminate As far As possible jurisdictional strikes. 6 sentiment for Shorter work Day growing but Campaign for Tyve Day week appears to have been indefinitely postponed. 6 building unions urge strict fulfilment of contracts but declare for elimination of anti strike and anti sympathy strike clauses in agreements. 7 settlement of Long s Anding jurisdictional fight Between bricklayers and plasterers unions gives impetus to building activity. A a organised building workers believe that the present Prosperity in the building Industry will continue indefinitely Quot the surveys states Quot and have decided to employ their full strength in maintaining present wages which Are tha highest Ever paid in the history of Tho Industry. Quot reports and statements by the leaders of organised labor in the building trades convention indicated that they were unanimously determined to oppose any attempt to Why break in new shoes when we can rebuild those comfortable ones you now have on at a saving of dollars to you. We Are equipped with the Best shoe rebuilding machines on the Market and use Only the Best materials and skilled workmen assuring you the most for your Money. A trial will convince you. Every Job Good or we make Good we Call for and deliver. Phone 2005. Landis electric shoe service 105 e. Washington Street a a Best by test reduce wages at this Lima. To this end it was decided to strengthen the building unions by Ren awing efforts to Auto Aida the entire construction Industry. Quot labor officials indicated that they would also continue striving for higher wages but mainly devote their efforts toward getting an upward revision of wage Scales in some of the smaller cities where building craftsmen receive somewhat lest than the maximum wises prevailing in the larger centers such As new York Chicago St. Louis and Pittsburgh. Quot that the higher movement was boing successfully advanced was indicated in reports received from a number of cities indicating l /3 Angeles Detroit Minneapolis St. Petersburg flu., Wichita kan., Madison. Was. Grand rapids. Mick and Savannah ga., showing that Cartlan crafts had received increases during the last month ranging from so to 12 l-2c per hour. The crafts granted increases in the majority of Cates were the bricklayers plasterers lathers plumbers and painters. In Houston Texas Soma Large connectors were reported of be paying plasterers and bricklayers la per Day Bonus. Quot in expressing labors View of the wage question in toe convention. President George f. Hedrick of the building trades department declared that the prevailing High wage Scales had not retarded the volume of building or resulted in any material increase in the average Cost of construction. Unanimous approval was then Given his recommendation that the unions co ordinate and strengthen Tihoi efforts to maintain All advantages gained during the present period of building Prosperity. Quot peaceful adjustment of wage disputes was urged by the convention. Contractors were reported to have declared against higher wage rates but generally showing a disposition to cooperate with Tho building trades in an Effort to peacefully adjust wage disputes. Quot except for possible jurisdictional strikes theries title indication that tha building Industry will be seriously affected by labor troubles during the next few months. The open hop question looms in some localities but no serious disturbance to building is expected. Quot practically All building trades workers were reported employed at the present time and Only a few cities have any unemployment. Bonus payments have been practically eliminated except in a few isolated localities where there is some shortage of skilled craftsmen such As bricklayers and plasters. The number of apprentices is increasing and there appears to be ample skilled and unskilled abbr to meet the demands of the Industry. The plumbers lathers and several other Union reported increased memberships. Restrictions on apprentices have either been removed modified by the majority of the crafts in the Industry. Quot stabilisation of the Industry to mitigate the evils of labor emigration and seasonal employment was urged by labor leaders generally they reported that Progress had been made in reducing seasonal unemployment and building is expect r Strong Man beaten by cupid haymakers will visit new York Carolina group to make its premiere appearance in Metropolis Detroit baseball team is Here on his Way Home from a Hunting Trio i the Northern Ontario Wood. A is taking Back a Moose head we thu has an Antler spread of More than 45 inches and with a peculiarity of formation which makes it unique. N Charles Rigoulot of Paris called the world s strongest Man who shattered the olympic weight lifting Mark is now bossed by Magda Boone film actress who became his Bride in the French capital. Scale due to better planning by contractors an the introduction of modern methods. The in presented building program in the Southern states particularly Florida is expected to give employment throughout the Winter months to Large numbers of building crafts men. Quot strict fulfilment and recognition of All wage contracts was urged by the convention but All building crafts organizations were requested to eliminate anti strike or Antl sympathy strike clauses in their copay uti Ops and agreements so lab they could a assist other crafts in a a Lime of strike. Quot any attempt by the unions to restrict or limit output except in the interest 6f greater safety and better workmanship was generally discouraged. the other hand labor officials urged cooperation of All interests in Tho Industry to obtain increased efficiency. A while sentiment for a Shorter work Day appeared Strong among the labor officials no official action was taken. The 4 4 hour week is now widely practice in the in de to proceed this Winter on a wide Dusty and there Are few localities a a a the woman who entertains Well there a something indescribably Fine about the woman who entertains Well. From the cheery appearance of Lier Home to the service she so deftly affords everything is so natural yet so charmingly different. Such splendid hostesses once very rare and belonging Only to the Idle classes Are now to be found everywhere. They Grade Homes in every walk of life making them happier through the Many friends they attract. Advertisements keep these women ahead of the commonplace. Advertisements Tell of the newest and most delightful things. Advertisements announce new customs and practices. They Tell what the world approves As woman who entertains Avell must read the advertisements. Not Only to keep Pace with Progress but to learn How to do so on a limited purse. For advertisements Are More than harbingers of style they Are announcements of economies that May be practice safely. By is ii read the advertisements to know what is new what is corrects and what is economical. Lai where building craftsmen work More than 4 8 hour week. The painters Are already striving for a five Day 40 hour week which they feel is necessary lbs account of the extraordinary hazards of their Craft and have succeeded in establishing it in several important cities notably new York. Several other build ing Tades organizations have also indicated that thet would ask for a five Day week but apparently have postponed their Campaign in that direction for the present. A a inter Union disputes which have caused wide spread strikes in the Industry were deplored by the convention which urged the building trades Union to use a every atom of their Power to prevent jurisdictional strife. Steps to devise a plan which will establish peace and Harmony in the Racks of building craftsmen were urged. Approval of the work of the National Board of jurisdictional awards was voiced and it was recommended that plans be considered for the establishment of a permanent office of the Broad with a president or Secretary in i Complete charge clothed with a j Hority to interpret decisions and Render decisions. Quot announcement was made of the settlement of the Long standing jurisdictional dispute Between the bricklayers and plasterers unions which had held up More than $70,-000,000 Worth of building construction in a wide Range of cities. President William Green of the american federation of labor brought about an agreement Between the two organizations whereby they resumed work at once. And a commission consisting of two representatives from each Union these to agree on a fifth number is authorized and empowered to investigate All grievances and Render a verdict which is to be final and acceptable to both parties. A a efforts to bring about a Raf foliation of the United brotherhood of carpenters with the building trades department and end the jurisdictional fight Between the car pent Era and the Sheet Metal workers will be continued. President Green will attempt to be the peacemaker in this Controvert t which has interfered with building activity during the last five years. Recognition was denied the International Union of building trades carpenters an Independent organization which has been organized with local unions in Rochester n. Cincinnati. O., and other cities Quot drastic action was promised by the convention to local building trades councils who organized under unions or Independent organizations fostered by the communistic elements which were reported to be unsuccessfully attempting to gain a foothold in the building Industry. A a minimum wage Scales in the building trades on the eight hour basis As submitted to the convention showed that labor is getting the highest wages in history bricklayers throughout the country Are receiving from la to $1.75 Peri hour carpenters $0.80 to $1.50 plasterers $1 to $1.75 building labourers $0.40 to $1.25 structural Iron workers $1 to $1.50 plumbers $0.9 5 to $1.50 electricians $0.73 to $1.50 atone cutters to .5 to $1.50 lathers $0.85 to $1.75 Sheet Meta workers $0.75 to $1.43 3-4 painters $0.65 to $1.50 s Ane masons $1 to $1.50 and hoisting engineers $0.75 to $1.75.�?� Max Carey Iii. Pittsburgh. Oct. 26.�? apr Max Carey Captain of the world s Champion series who was taken to a Hospital saturday suffering from pleurisy believed to be the outcome of an injury received Iii a collision with a a Buckys Harris during the world s series is reported to be resting much easier. Chapel Hill. Oct. 26 a Tho Carolina play makers. Well known dramatic troupe at the University of North Carolina Are going to make their Bow to new York during the Christmas holidays. Director Frederick h. Koch and manager Georrge v. Denny have been negotiating with a new a Ork producer for several months and today they announced that arrangements had been virtually completed. The play makers will take to new York three of their Best plays a the scuffle own outlaws a by Bill Cox a fix in by Paul and Fra Green and a a gains and gains. . A by Lucy Cobb. They w ill show in a new theatre at fifth Avenue and twelfth Street. The troupe goes to new York with a fifteen Hundred dolls guar Anee. With the receipts to be divided evenly. Bill Cox author of the outlaw drama is already in new a Ork and will play the title role in Bis own play. Miss Frances Gray. Now living in Raleigh who scored heavily in the title role in a fixin a a will also join the troupe for the new a Ork engagement. In route to the Metropolis the play makers will give performances in other Large Citie. Including Lynchburg Richmond. Washington Baltimore and Philadelphia. Sentenced to die Charlottesville. To. Oct. 24.�? apr John Wood negro waa found guilty in circuit court Here today of attempted felonious attack on a Young woman student of the University of Virginia summer school and sentenced to die in the electric chair. The jury remained oui for one hour. Trial of George Payne another negro who is charged with a simultaneous and similar Art tack on another girl student was continued until the december term of court. Cobb on a trip. North Bay. Ont. Oct. 2 6 map a Tycobb manager of the f wiring by experts Howell electric co. Fixture and supplies 114 North admin Street phone 8882 Ever be without it for it immediately eases sudden severe Colicky pain and cramps in stomach and bowels deadly nausea and weakening diarrhoea. For children and grown ups use chamberlains Colic and diarrhoea remedy take it with you when you travel. Keep it always in your Home. J. A. Hart Deco to. Quickly limbers up Creaky Kuiee joints just rub on the great application called joint ease if you want to now what real joint Comfort is. It s for stiff inflamed swollen or pain tortured joints whether caused by rheumatism or not. A few seconds rubbing and it soaks right in through skin and fresh right Down to the ligaments and tendons of the joints. It oils up and limbers up the joints subdues the inflammation and reduces the swelling. Joint ease la the one great remedy for All joint troubles and Mann drug co., Gres drug co. And other live druggists Are dispensing it daily a tube for 60 cents. Always remember when Jont ease gets in joint agony gets out a Quick. Biggest Selling joint remedy in the world joint ease rheumatic Rheums has relieved the agonizing rheumatic pains of thousands t9ho thought nothing would give relist. It should do As much for you. Randall a pharmacy and Good druggists everywhere sell Rheuma on the of cure no pay plan. I straighten up nicest laxative a Cascara so 10c done to stay head achy dizzy sick nothing else relieves that bilious constipated feeling a so nicely As Candy like Quot a Ascare Taw take one or two Olja pleasant laxative. Tab to any time to j gently stimulate your liver and Start your bowels. Then you i i eel Fine your head be it Cornea Clear stomach Sweet Tongue Pink skin Rosy. Quot cases rets a gently cleanse sweeten and refresh the entire system. They never Gripe Over act or sicken. Directions for men women and children on each Box aug Quot drugstore. Feels its her duty to Tell others be thought there wag no holier for Here Herb juice restored her to Nomel health. . F. Sharp osteopathic physician 400 commercial National Bank bldg. Harding heating co. Engineers Greensboro n. 70s Jefferson bldg. Phone 450 heat ing cont lectors and the old Standard remedy for chilis and malaria Grove s tasteless chm tonic my. Your warmest Friend is City fuel co. Well keep you warm Telephone no. 335 its cruel to a a physics a child to or. W. B. Caldwell of Monticello 111., a practising physician for 4 7 years it seemed cruel that so Many constipated infants and children had to be kept constantly Quot stirred up Quot and half sick by taking cathartic pills tablets Salt Calomel and Nasty oils. While he knew that constipation was the cause of nearly All children a Little ills he did not believe that a sickening Quot Pudge a or a physics every Little while was necessary. In or. Caldwell s syrup pepsin he discovered a laxative which regulates the bowels. A single dose will establish natural healthy Bowel movement for weeks als a time even if the child was chronically constipated. . Caldwell a syrup pepsin not Only causes a gentle easy Bowel movement but Bast of ail. It is often months before another dose is necessary. Besides it is absolutely harmless and so pleasant that even a Cross feverish bilious sick child gladly _. Takes it. . Caldwell or. Caldwell at aos As a your Herb juice saved the Day for me. I had suffered much from kidney trouble and constipation and i had about resigned myself to a life of pain when As Alast resort Herb juice was re commended to me. I tried it and found said mrs. Effie Biggers route 5. Concord n. C.,in a recent interview with the Herb juice Demensur r. Quot to Fht s Why i think Herb juices the greatest system regulator and health restorer sold today a a she continued a a my nerves were in such a terrible condition before i used this Medicine that i Nevel knew what it was to get a full nights rest and sleep. My kidneys were very irregular and this Censed me lots of trouble and Cia Turbed me often at night. I was really in a very rundown condition and poor state of health. My digestive organs were All out of order instead of my food digesting in the natural Way. It would Only clog up my intestines and the Poison thus accumulated would go into the blood is a result of this my whole system was soon full of Poison and i realized that i needed a real system Cleanser and regulator. In Herb juice i found the right remedy it has thoroughly cleaned out my system and today i feel too per cent better in every Way. My recovery and restoration to a Normal condition of health has been Complete As i Uffer none now from my former troubles. My kidneys cd now regulated and consequently my sleep is unbroken which makes me feel refreshed on arising in the morning. My liver end bowels Are now in splendid condition in fact they Are functioning so Well that i have been entirely relieved of the constipation and i have More strength and Energy than i have had in years. My condition so improved that my friends and Acqua ii Tances comment on the change and i always Tell them Herb juice did it All. I feel it is my duty to make this statement and Tell other sufferers of the extraordinary benefits i have had from of Herb buy a Large 60-cent bottle at any store that i tells Medicine and just see for yourself. Syrup pepsin v can Only come by removing the cause a bad circulation in the lower Bowel. Nothing but an internal remedy can bring Quick and sure Relief. That a Why ointments and operations fail. . Leonhardt a hem roid banishes piles by removing the cause. Money refunded if not satisfied by Randall s and druggists everywhere. or. B. A. Bristow chiropractor office phone 2718 Over Haes jewelry store too a Orth main St i Illies chatter Tillie says a i went to Wagger ladies shop yesterday to get one of the fur trimmed Oats that were advertised at $25.00. Well i just simply believe my eyes when i saw How Beautiful they were. And such Fine Quality too. So of course i just had to have one. You know it certainly pays to shop at daggers they have such wonderful values mortgage Sale of land by virtue of Power of Sale contained in a certain mortgage deed executed by Zeb Myres and wife Annie Myres on the 13tu Day of oct. 1923, to j. T. Boulton and duly recorded in the Register of deeds office for Guilford Coontz n. C la Book no. 431 Page 130 and j. T. Boulton for value received baking sold transferred and assigned hi3 interest in said mortgage and note to Mary l. Wiley now being sole owner of said note and mortgage and default having been made in the payment of Money thereby j secured As per terms of said note t and mortgage both principle and interest when due. The undersigned will sell for Cash on the 14th Day of nov. 19 25 at 2 of clock p. In. As soon thereafter is possible at Public auction to the last and j ii Wiiest bidder on the premises. The tract of parcel of land embrace a cd in said mortgage deed to wit lying and being in High Point township Guilford county. N. A. And bounded As follows. Being lot j no. 12 in Block no. C As per plot of Brentwood belonging to j s. Worth jr., of High Point. A c. Which said plot is duly recorded a the Register of deeds office for Guilford county n. Cd in plot Book no. 4 Page 49. Said lot being located on toe North Side of Franklin Street and faces South said lot be-1 ing 50 feet in front 50 Fen in rear and 150 feet deep. Terms of Sale Cash time of Sale saturday november 14th. 19 25. 2 o clock p. In. 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