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Tuesday, July 28, 1925
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She Cares a lot
A Lot She Cares?
WIVES OF CONCORD: What do people think of your husbands’ appearance? Is it
your neglect if he does not have a refreshed suit each week? Most men depened upon their
wives to attend to the upkeep of their wardrobe. If your husband was called out of town
today, would he have a refreshed suit to put on? Send him away looking his best at all times
by keeping a refreshed suit always ready. Our weekly service-call is the answer to this
ROBESON MAN KILLS HIS
Witnesses Say He Threatened to Kill
Another Ma|m; Wife Struggled Foe
Lumberton. July 27. —Claiming he
shot and killed his wife accidentally,
Rurlin Ward came into the sheriff* i
office here early this morning and Mir- j
rendered. A coroner's jury uiwred him
held for higher court, following an in
quest held a few, hours after the sho.t
The shooting took place about seven
miles south of here at the home of the
father of the dead woman, and it was in
evidence at the inquest that Ward shot
his wife accidentally when she struggled
with him trying to prevent his shooting j
Lloyd Wilcox, a white man. who lived
nearby and who was working in a to- J
bncco field at the time.
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According to the evidence of the
mother of the dend woman, her daugh
ter. 23 years old. had been mistreated by
her husband on many occasions. She al
so. swore that her daughter told her she
was afraid of her husband, following his
thrcaat last night to kill her and Wil
cox. There was no evidence that there
had been any improper relations ne
tween Ward's wife and WHeox, and
Wilcox swore that he did not know why
Word should want to kill him. They
were friendly yesterday.
Ward is a young man and it is gen
erally believed that he was scuffling
with his Wife when the gun filed. She
was heard to beg him to put the gun
down, but he refused and stated he was
going to kill Wilcox.
It is estimated that the erow causes
an annual damage of $3.65 —a cent a
day per crow.
s THE CONCORD DAILY TRIBUNE
Negroes in the News.
Oscar Daniels, of Chicago a negro
porter who died in an effort to save pas
sengers on a Pullman car in a wreck at
Roekport. N. .1., has been honored by
the Pullman Company in naming one
of its cars after him. Daniels braved
live steam to rescue people penned in
his car. Later, mortally hurt, he waived
aside aid by saying: "Attend to that lit
tle girl first.’’
The only singer I'losen from 300 noted
vocalists in an andion test by the Na
tional Music League at New York was
Marion Andersop, Philadelphia negress.
faster Biil, nine-year-old negro girl,
flagged a Baltimore and Ohio train at
Hagerstown. Md., just in time to have
it from plunging into a huge tree that
had fallen across the tracks. The cars
might have been derailed on the steep
mountainside at that point.
BY CHARLES P. STEWART!
JNEA Service Writer
TPTASHINGTON —ls Russia**
W soviet regime trying to flood
the world with auch a deluge
of- bogus paper money —counter-
feits too good for even an expert
to tell from the real thing — that
government bills and bank notes
presently win cease to be worth
• It seems like a large order.
Nevertheless, the story comes from
Europe that the soviet folk are
attempting to All it.
■ The Russian Information bureau
in Washington— which professes
to be purely commercial, without
political interests, but is the near
est the soviet government has to
anything like diplomatic represen
tation here—takes enough notice
of t£e report to say it isn’t true.
However, the bureau might be
expected to say that anyway, true
dr otherwise. That's part of its
• • •
THE European version is that
the game's been going on for
some time, first froth Petro
grad, then from Moscow and now
from Kazan or Novgorod. It’s as
serted the money’s made in imita
tion of the currency of the coun
try it’s intended to be circulated
in. that it's'used for the double
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In and About the City
NOW ON SCREEN
“Welcome Sti'angfr** Is a Sparkling Cam.
“Welcome Stranger," a sensational
Broadway stage success of a few yeurs
back, made into a photoplay under the
direction of James Young, and released
by Producers' Distributing (Yrp„ comes
to the Concord Theatre for a one-day run
As a stage play, “Welcome Stranger"
gave George Sidney onto of the greatest
characterizations ever seen on the speak
ing stage. In the screen adaptation
Dote Davidson, who lridtle a distinct per
sonal lilt in "Humoresque." plays the role
made famous by Sidney. Florence Vidor,
meads the east, has one of the most ap
pealing roles of her career.
The story is dean comedy of the
“Potash and Perlmutter” type, with an
undercurrent of humanity that throws
the humorous situations into liigli re
Its leading character is a shopkeeper
who, by sheer force of kindliness and
humanity, melts every prejudice and
leaves every character with whom he
comes in contact better than he found
The play is essentially a comedy melo
drama of race prejudice, and the ironic
title refers to tiie cold shoulder given to
to establish himself in a small New
England town one bitter New Year's
eve. How he melts this prejudice by
his humility, his kindliness and his gen
erosity makes for, as entertaining a pic
ture ns has come to the screen ill many
The production was made by Belasco
Productions. Inc., and adapted for the
screen by James Young and Willard
Besides Miss Vidor and Pore David
son. the cast includes auch notables
names as Virginia Brown Fairo, Noah
Beery, Lloyd Hughes, Robert Eedeson.
William V. Mong and Otis Harlan.
No. 8 Township S. S. Convention.
The Number Eight Township Sunday
.School Convention will be held Friday,
July 31st. at St. John's Lutheran Church
beginning at 10:30 a. in. The following
will be the program:
Devotional —Rev. M. A. Osborn.
Address of Welcome—J. A. Slither.
Response—O. A. Barringer.
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| purpose of financing' the “Third
Internationale’s" immediate - inter
| esta in capitalistic realms and ul
timately of diluting their genuine
currencies into worthlessness.
• • •
THIS campaign, if it really is
being waged, may cause a lot
of inconvenience, to say the
least. Even counterfeits that
wouldn't fool a hank cashier, if
beyond detection by the average
individual and numerous enough,
would embarrass trade frightfully
Imagine how annoying it would
be never to dare to accept a bill
without submitting it to On expert
• * *
WASHINGTON officials don't
seem worried, but some ot
the European governments
The French, in i>articular, say,
"We know there's no mistake
about it. for here are the phony
bills, turning up right along ”
"How do you know they're
phony if they deceive even ex
perts?" is the natural query
"Well, all but the very best ex
perts.” insist the French.
It isn't impossible the secret
service is keeping a sharp eye out
for the appearance of any suspi
cious-looking paper on this side of
the water, too. Us operatives
wouldn't say so. if they were. They
eschew brass hands.
Report of Schools.
Music by Holy Trinity Church Choir.
Address: "The Church and the Chil
dren”—Rev. J. D. Andrew.
Music by St. James Choir.
Recess for dinner.
Music by Mt. Gilead Choir.
Music by Methodist choir. »
Address—Rev. 1,. A .Thomas.
Music by Baptist Choir.
.General discussion of Sunday School
Music by St. Johns Choir.
Election of Officers.
Song by Convention.
All Sunday Schools are urged to at
tend and bring dinner and enjoy the day
H. E. CLINE. President.
IHI. M. A. FOIL, Sec.-Treas.
No. 2 Township Sunday School Conven
The No. 2 Township Sunday School
Convention will meet in Poplar Tent
Church on Friday, £he 31st of July, at
10 o clock. Following is the program :
Song: Come Thou Almighty King.
Devotional—Rev. Mr. Laird.
Welcome Address—Mack Caldwell.
Response— Laird Pharr.
Reading of Minutes.
Address: "Teacher' - — Rev. W. H.
| Convention Sermon—Rev. J. C. Ilow
Appointment of Committees. An
nouncements. and offering.
Adjournment for dinner.
Afternoon session beginning at 1:30
Song: All Hail the Power of Jesus'
"The Child and It's Rights"—Rev. T.
“Personal Work"—Mr. C. F. Ritchie.
Reports of committees. Election of
1 officers, etc.
Song: "God Be With You Till We
Music will be furnished by the differ
ent choirs and quartets of the township.
HOPE E. BONDS, President.
MRS. J. S. PRICE, Secretary.
The British Isles contain two mil
lion more women than men.
STYLES OF TODAY
In Dependable Quality
AT PRICES THAT MEAN A SAVING
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| medium and low heels V 4 ****^
i Patent and Satin Pumps in the (O to QC
! wanted styles SZ.DO $0.90
MARKSON SHOE STORE
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and weather all weather.
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I you to see us.
29 gauge 5 crimp Galvanized Roofing only $5.00 per
■ square. We furnish nails and washers for putting on.
j Yorke & Wadsworth Co.
The Old Reliable Hardware Store
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Union and Church Streets
| Phone 30 < Phone 30
All Straw Hats
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Furniture Market News
Our buyers have already returned from the High Point
Market, having gone there the first part of the Furniture
Show and placing our orders early insures us that our goods
i] will be among the first shipped.
| These goods will begin arriving soon and we are sure
j; that our customers will be pleased with the new designs
j! an d styles that are now being shown. However no drastic
!i| changes in the styles are noticeable, we are glad to say that
j] the construction in many instances have been greatly im
!jj .We call your special attention to the Myrtle Desk Line
i| pf Office Furniture. The most complete line of its kind
j i* l the South. As exclusive representatives of this line in
j! Cabarrus County, we invite you to call on us at any time
| you are in need of Office Furniture.
H. B. Wilkinson
OUT OF THE HIGH RENT DISTRICT
Concord, Kannapolis Mooresville, China Grove
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Greasing, Crank Case Service, Car
Washing and Polishing. Tires, Tubes,
Accessories. Quick Tire Changing
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