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THE TWIN-CITY SENTINEL, WiNSTON-SALEM, JULY 22, 1920
IS fO BE FORMED
Y. Mv C. A. Hopes To Co-oper-ate
More Fully Willi' Mothers
In Aid'atf Tfceir VSona
The Boys' ItftrtmMit of the T.
M. C. A- In ptanniwf to hoM an Im
portant meeting of mothers of the
city about the Mdliile of net week.
The purpose, of tM tm-etlns is to
ronnMer ninttwd pei'lalning- to the
welfsre tf th-!r children unit boys
of th fomniunity frenerally-. Hocre
tnry Taylor Smith, of the boys de.
paitniont, In nrrani1n(t fyr the meet
Ins, which he hope will' be attvnded
hy two or thrve hunrtrvil niothem of
the rlty, end at that meeting; It Is
hoped that the tentative' formation
of a Mother' ' Oouncll will be
launched. It IB the purnose of the
boys' dennrtinent tt Hie V. M. C. A.
to spnrn no effort that will help the
mothers to help their boys In solving
life s problem
Not only mothers of nssnolatlon
boys, but every mother of the city
who have sons or who uro In anyj
way Interested In any boy In their
community, la urged to attitnd this
It will bo held nt the Y. M. C. A. !
bulletins next Wednesday oftmoon,
at 5 o'clock.
JACK JOHNSON BEING
TAKEN TO CHICAGO
"At-Easo" Forms ThiCoating
Over Corn, I'rents Fric
tion and Immedijely Eases
Pain. A Few pplications
Removes Corn Entirely.
MONEY HACK" YOU ARE
Corns nmni nlliia are due to con
stant frlctlonVf tl shoe against the
foot. "At-En lmires absolute free
dom from the ilnful growths hy
forming a thin Vliting over the corn
tnd preventing rflrther friction. A
few applications will remove the
worst sort of corn. Also excellent
for taking off wnrts. 50c at any
drugglnt, who will refund your mon
ey If ou are not satisfied. Adv.
Los Angeles, Cal., July 22. Jack
Johnson, former world's champion
heavyweight pugilist was bound for
Chicago today In the company of
federal authorities after yenrs or
self-enforced exile from the United
States, following his disappearance
while out on ball after being con
victed of violation of the Mann Act
Johnson surrendered Tuesday at
tho Lower California border, lie
had been living at Tla Juana, in
sight of the internatjonal boundary,
for some time,
Because of Johnson's expressed
dismay at the prospect of traversing
Texas and Louisiana, federal author
ities aalil their original plans culling
for transportation over the southern
route had been altered. The start
was made over a northern route.
At no time since his surrender has
Jnhnaon been handcuffed, federal
officers, said. Fear of being manacled
had doterred Johnson's surrender
several days, but no promise bail
been mado that handcuffs would not
be used, the authorities said.
"If I had known all this trouble
would have been brought upon m
by defeating Jim Jeffries I would
have laid down In Reno Just as I did
to Wlllard In Havana," said John
son while In Jail. He won his cham
pionship by knocking out James Jef
fries at Heno, Nev., In the fifteenth
round on July 4, 1 Oii!. He held the
title until knocked out In the twenty
sixth round by Jess Wlllnrd at Ha
vana, Cuba, on April li, 1915.
The Mary J. Thompson farm
near Clemmons, consisting of
26 1-2 acres, which will be sold
at auction at the premises Fri
day, July 23, at noon, is your
opportunity to get a small farm
in a good neighborhood on easy
In Summertime prepare for
Winter. Buy a Jewel now.
rhone 787. tf
"In Ithe heart of West
I Board of Aldermen Refuse Ap
peals of Corporation Men
For a Reduction
Durham, July 22 1'uMlo utility
corporations of the city fought for
several hours Tuesday ninht to
stave off the heavy tax prlvllego
planned by the board of aldermen,,
but were unHuccessful, tho board
adopting without modification.
The meeting last night was al
most exclusively for the purpose of
adopting the privilege taxes, altho
the board before adjourning elected
C. B. Alston city clerk, to Huocee.l
T. O. Sorrell, whoso resignation
lukes effect, August 1.
Tho Imrhaui Traction Company
was represented at the meeting by
Vice 1'resldent and General Man
ager It. I.. I.lndsey and Attorney W.
L. Foushee, Manuger Tlppey, of the
Carolina 1'ower and Light Com
pany appeared for his company.
The list of taxes was read by W.
8. Loukhart, chairman of the Ilnnnco
committee. It showed consider
able Increase In practically every
lax, Tho greatest Increase, how
ever, Is for public utilities. Electric
lighting plana doing limitless In the
illy formerly paid 150 privilege
tax. They must now pay $2,000.
Cns companies doing business In the
city formerly paid (50 and must
pay 12,000. The street railway
lines doing business In the city for
merly paid $f0 and must now pay
ll.ooo. Ice plants are to bo taxed,
1200 each. I
Mr. Foiihee, speaking for the
Traction company, protested agaln
the tax as being unfair. He said
that his company would be forced)
lo pay one-eighth of all privilege i
taxis In the city, and that his com
pany combined with the Carolina
1'ower and Light Company would
have to pay one-fifth of alt the
taxes. He couldn't understand why
the public utilities should pay more
than tobacro, cotton and hosiery
plants, which are taxed only tioo.
Mayor M. K. Newson, who spoko
for the board, endeavored to show
Mr. Foushee that there Is a differ
ence between public utilities and
the other corporations mentioned.
The utilities, ho said, use the streets
of the city for operation of their
business. The other corporations
use privately owned property for
operation of tholr plants, he said.
The mayor, also poimou out mat
other communities In the statu have
for many years been chargUut simi
lar taxes, whUo local utilities have
been allowed to enjoy a very small
tax. He thought the utilities show
poor grace to come before th board
' 9 1 '
Click'g 35c Vanishing Cream,
24c; Click's 50c U. S. P. Hydro
gen Peroxide, 24c, at Basket
eria and other stores. 7-23
Just received carload Wat
son's and Rattlesnake water
melons. Price 60 cents, 30 lbs.
average. On track below South
bound Freight Depot, S. Lib
erty street. Rippy Fruit Co.
Catarrh Cannot Be Cured
lr I.dCAb APPLICATIONS, u th.y cn.
i ot r.arh th. of lb 4Imj.. Catarrh
l a local U.aa. sraallr tnf.uterfil fcjr
crutltutl.nal condition!. ItAjMVS CATAR
RH MKDICINK will euro Catarrh. It It tak-
or tho Byftom.
EDICINB ! com-
belt tonics known.
of tho le( blood purl-
combination or tho In
VX CATARRH M EDI-
products ouch wondorful
)rucflti Jkc Testimonials rroo.
V. J. Chenrjr Co., fropa, Tolodo, Ohio.
MORRIS PLAN BANK
Application Will Be Made To
Raise Charter From $75,000
To $150,000 At Once
ttl M lu
ll At. I. fl (J A
poa.d of torn
fori. Th pe
( INK la wha
riultf In rat
Application will be mad within
a few days by the Winston-Salem
Morris Plan Bank for an lnoreaae
of Its capital stock from 176,000 to
1160,000. A part of this stock will
be Issued at nce and the remain
der a the business demands.
The bank bsnan business three
years ago with an authorized capi
tal of 140,000. On July 1 of this
year the capital was Increased to
175,000. The rapid growth of the
business of this Institution makes
another Increase necessary at thla
The system of making loans to
those wbo are In need of financial
help, largely using character is a
basis of credit, has met with much
approval In the city. Thla Insti
tution fills a lonf felt want In 'Winston-Salem,
as Is shown by the
splendid patronage it li receiving
from the public.
The banking quarters will be en
larged at once by occupying the of
fice of the Banner Investment
Co., which firm haa moved to the
Wachovia Bank and Trust Com
pany building. The additional
space will enable the bank to
handle the ever increasing- volume
of business with greater dispatch, j
The present officers of the bank
Include George W. Coan, fcr as i
president K. C. NorNee. vice
president; G, XV. Coan, Jr., vice
president and. treasurer, and James
T. Maddry. secretary.
OOVF.RNME1MT TO PAY
FOR AUTO ACCIDENT
Mrs. Mattle D. Jacobs Gets 14,750
From. United State District
Court; Husband Gets $485
Asheville, July 23. Under a de
crea issued by the United States dls
trlct court in session here again,
Mrs. Mattle D: Jacobs was awarded
f S.7B0. while the jury gay her hus
band $485, following trial of the
case DKalnst T. D. Grimes, defend
ant, with the United States govern
ment as a party to the suit.
It was alleged that the defendant
driving a United States army motor
car, collided near Blltmore with the
machine In which Mr. and Mrs.
Jacobs was awarded $5,750, for
Injuries to the plaintiffs. The case
required two days before it was Anal
ly completed. Th war department,
It Is understood, will be aaked to
stand for the verdict.
Arguments were heard in the case
of Frank Hill versus the Southern
railroad, In which the plaintiff seeks
to recover for alleged damages, said
to have been received when the truck
he was operating was struck ' by a
passenger train on the tracks of the
Southern railway, near Tuxedo.
No other cases cam up in the
district court yesterday.
IN HAL HOSPITAL
Former Assistant Health Offi
cer Doinfr Major Surgery v
Friends of Dr. b. 8. Norburn In
this city and Forsyth county, will be
interested to learn of his rapid pro
motion in the service of (he medical
division of tho United States navy.
In 1917 Dr. Norburn enlisted for
service and was assigned to duty on
the hospital ship "Comfort." Ho
served on that vessel during the
war, rising to chief of the surgical
staff. When that ship was dismant
led Dr. Norburn was assigned to
duty in Washington, and recently
completed a course of special train
ing with the famous Mayo clinics
at Minneapolis. Upon the comple
tion of that work he was assigned
to Thlladelphia where he was as
signed to duty at the naval hospital
in charge of major surgery in that
Dr. Norburn was assistant county
health officer In Forsyth health de
partment In 1916, and did special
work under the state board of
health in anti-typhoid and hook
worm campaigns. He is a son of
Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Norburn, of
Asheville, and a nephew of Dr. and
Mrs. K. F. Strickland, of Bethanla,
this county. n ,., t
m l ""MS. Jon. t
l DO well r.
Of hi. SCH . "mem
her.: ' P"b!i
-an thero h ....
offered than the eviln', n,(
Salem residents? a,?!'0';
reaa the following , yti
the question. '
J. W. Fletcher. n
store, 703 Trade St " ''
"Ay: "Some v ' "ln
caused me conraM." ?y I
back ached and wh.,H
thine- hpv .u n " I !l!:J
Drug Store. Aft ... 1
I felt relieved , 7,)
ureiy removi-H k 1 fc
elder Doan's a remedXJ
ment given Dec'epn J, '
said: "r r. i . IMr 11
fhev cnroH , it' ' 9!
inn t "c "'V'y tft
1914. I am now enl L .
of health," .en,i"lil
Price 0c. ot .m j...
simply ask for a kldnJ ,'lJ
Doan's KM... th,,: y."H
Mr. Fletcher' b',Jhn
Co., Mfrs., Buffalo,
I Grossman Says:
HERE IS AN EFFECTIVE WEAPON TO MASTER THE HIGH
COST OF DRESSING yOURSELF
The Hisrh Cost of Livincr is the trreatest talk of todav. np
Tl i , i i. , . . " , , T ' vv uiiiift UUHUJ UJr; Align vuai
ot Living by offering you merchandise at prices 'way belownarket value. Your co-operation is needed in'
carding out our intentions-namely-"LET'S UNLOAD"-regardless of price. You can help us effect
we may carry on our slogan that will
evntually bung prices down. "LET'S UNLOAD". ,
atcn us unloau our stock. Th'efe will be suits sold at a diicount of 20. 307 and 40. Wp must, nnlnnrl. '
First Step Was Talsen In the
imtf. -.t. m. mn .t m : tm
sent iay sciiuiz rrocess
TV TORE than 260 years of sdece are in Schlitz." Ex
I y penmenis in over a tnoufend laboratories guar
7 antee its purity- In thesdays of "steeple chase" 4
dnnte, which are littje more tha experiments in velocity,
Sclihtiwmg possesses great siinificance.
Schlitz doncludes the procefe of fermentation in the
brewery. Fermentation is te work of living organisms.
But these organisms aliven your stomach will cause
buiousness,flatulence, andJh host of other ills.
ScWitz is AoWnly ageofermented. Then it is sterilized
byTasteurs process tlirdugh which no organism can live.
These processb canncl be accomplished without time.
It takes monthitocrite Schlitz. During these months
the brew is mile acording to the latest dictates of
science, based on dtfeoveries dating back 260 years to
Leeuwenhoek, th4 Hollander, who first used the micro-
"ITEMS OF INTEREST
t 1.09 Shirts. 'Tefs Unload"
4.00 Shirts. "Let'a Unload" at
.ZS Shirts. "Lefa Unload" at
1.60 emrts. "Let's Unload" at .
10.00 Shirts. "Let's Unload" at .
U.60 Shirts. "lt Unload" at .
1J.80 Hhlrta "Lefa Unload" at .
15.00 Shirts. "Let'a Unload" at .
We handle the famous Ma:
t .78 Wash Tlsa "Let's Unload" at
1.00 Wash Ties. "Let's Unload" at
J.00 Silk Ties. "Let'a Unload" at
I SO Silk Tlea. "Let'a Unload" at
t.00 Bilk Tlea "Let'a Unload" at
1.00 Bilk Tie "Lef Unload" at
S.6W Silk Ties. "Let's Unload" at
6.00 All Silk Knit. "Let's Unload" at ..
f .00 All 811k KnIL "Let's Unload" at . .
$ .11 Interwoven Hot. "Let's Unload" at
.TS Fiber 811k. "Let's Unload" at
1.00 All Silk. "Let's Unload" at
1.15 ln-r woven All Silk. "Let s Unload" at
i s - sua. -uii unload" at
1.00 All 811k. "Let's Unload" at
.I0 Isles' 8Uk Hose. "Let's Unload" at
13.00 Toyo Panama and 8ennlts. "Let's Unload" at
I. CO Toyo Panama and Sennits. "Let's Unload" at ..
j.ww nrnmia, opius, ranamaa "Let's Unload" at ..
; """ snorns, mina "Let's Unload" at . . .
Pnmas. Bangkoks, Lerhorna "Let's Unload at
7.50 Panamaa "Let's Unload" at
a ass I
V 7 .AO I
V o I
. . I1UI I
ncattan Shirt. . . I
, . .. .5
.'.'.' roo I
... S.75 I
"ITEMS OF INTEREST"
' at ..,
at ... .
a a Si
Kuppenheimer's Good Clothes and Lipps Brothers
Palm Beachs, Cool Cloths. "Lets Unload" at. . .1 t.75
Mnh.lrt Pilm U ...... Y. t , T -, , , . . . . m n
. ... ucavu, AJCV V. IliUSU SI . . . , , ,
Cool Cloths, Aero-Weaves. "Let's Unload" at..
Tropical Worsted. Palm Bearh. "Let's Unload"
Palm Beaches, Cool Cloths. "Let's Unload" at. .
Aero-Weave. Silk Mohair. "Tfa TTnini" at
Silk Vnhfllro A .rn Wa. .... t'T . 1 - T T I A I - . ai A K
- "i -.w lute. ijeig uiiiu&u ai i
Silk Mohairs, Aero-Weaves. "Let's Unload" at 23.40
Bilk Mohairs, Worsteds. "Let's Unload" at .... 28.50
Including famous Hart, Schaffner & Marx and
After all this care ft brewing, Schlitz is filtered through
white wood pulp, pift into sterilized bottles of Brown Glass
to protect it from all possibility of deterioration.
Order a case of Schlitz for your home today.
BOYS' WASH SUITS
$4.00 Boys' Wash Butts. "Let's Unload" at . .
4.60 Boys' Wash Suits. "Let's Unload" at .
t.OO Boys' Wash Butts. "Let's Unload" at
6.00 Boys' Wash Bulta, "Let s Unload" at
Tom Sawyer Make.
in Ifrewii iottles
On Salt Wherever Drinks Are Sold
Order a Case for Your Home from
: 12.60 Boys'
Suits. "Let's Unload" at ......
Suits. "Let's Unload" at ..
Buits. "Let's Unload" at '
"Let's Unload" at
"Let's Unload" at
"Let's Unload" at
"Let's Unload" at
"Let's Unload" at
"Let's Unload" at
The Famous Wear Pledge Clothes for Boys.
Grimes & Company
Shallawford and South Libert Sts
Winston Salem, N. C
5 p Hiat TJade Elflwanliee Famous
. 418 N. Liberty St.
"WE CLOTHE PARTICULAR MEN"