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PHONE 787 .
The Last, Lauglt
| “What a peculiar looking carpet
in under the elephant." remarked
a visitor to the cricus.
f “That's no carpet,” corrected the
lelpliant'H keeper. “That's the man
:hat gave the elephant a chew of to
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\ S' ( BETTER NOT fS f, \ / GOSH T HERE'S AN OLDVi
MRS. EDITH VANDERBILT ",
TO WED .SENATOR GERRY.
Wedding to (toise'Two I
✓EkwAl Ifßmilk*. . |
Asheville. Oct. 21:—Annotmeement
wan received in this city today of
the marriage tomorrow in London,
England, of Mrs. Etiith VantJerWlt,
of Biltmpre. to Senator Godot G«tv.
of Rhode island, • -The cerepioqy Will
take place at thf Princess Street reg- j
jiatrar's office, and ouly «Jew inti-'
mate friends of file couple have been
invited. This information arrived
through press dispatches today: in
substantiation of word received here
by friends of Mr*. Vanderbilt recent
Two of America's most prominent
famHiea and portions pf two of Amer
ica's fortunes will be united in the
marriage of Mrs. Vanderbilt and Sen.
i Gerry, which will - take place today (
in London, according to a dispatch
from New York, although the bulk of
the estate of George W. s Vanderbilt,
Who died in lillA, went to bis daugh
ter, Cornelia, now the wife of'Hon
Francis Amherst Cecil, former
agnetary of the British embassy at
Washington, Sirs. Vanderbilt received
$250,000 in cash, life interest in a
SLOOO,OOO trust fund, homes in Wash
j I nylon and ifar Harbor. Maine, and/
80.000 acres in the Pisgah forest of.
North Carolina, together with con-1
tract* for the sale of timber estimated
to produce about $50,000 a year. |
The vast estate. BUtinore, N C„
was left to t,he executors, Mrs. Van
derbilt and William j K. Vanderbilt,
' to hold in truit for the daughter until
her twenty-fifth year. 'ln UlUi.
(Mrs. Vanderbilt sold 50.000 acres of
her Carolina holdings to the United
States government for forest reserve
at a price reported to be $5 an acre.
Tn 1020, she sold portions of the
1 Biltmore estate,, including the vil’uge
of Hi It more, for, approximately sl,-
j G(hy Very Wealthy.
1 ' Senator Gerry hsa a one-fourth in-'
' terest in property valued at $14,800-
000 left by his mother;' and. with his
brother, and two sister, will divide
, riie Gerry millions uixrtT—Hie death of
. their father, Cdminodore Elhridge T.
I Gerry. < . ■ !
| Mrs. Vanderbilt, was Miss Edith S.
I Dresser, of New and New Port,
daughter of an army officer," a de
scendant of Peter St\iy vesaut. She is
a sister of Mrs. John Nidbolas
Brown, Mrs. Greenville, Merry and
: Viscountess Homa D'Osmoy. who llvgs
,in France. In 1808 she was uiarrigd
i in the American Church of the Trin- i
! ity, Paris, to George IV. Vanderbilt.
The bridegroom was 37. the bride 22.1
Alter Hie death of her hi|shand in j
1014, Mrs. Vanderbilt virtually re
tired to her heme oji Biltmore estate,
ami devoted herself to managing its
i affairs. A few yeaps later, rumors j
that she would‘marry again became j
. All such rumors were repeatedly
denied by Mrs. Vanderbilt. Upon
. her return from Europe in 1024, she
“I have no interest in sdfiety. I
would much rather live on a farm.
I have been operating a dairy upon
our estate since m.v huLband died.
son-in-law, Mr. Cbcil, will now
aid me in the.. management. It
seems to me that the next develop
ment in social life in America will
be country family life like that in
I Sons ql; Clergymen.
I Who's Who in America contains
25.357 biographies. Os those, whose
importance in the life of the, country
entitled them to admission to its
pgge.s. 25.!) per cent were borni on
farms; 24.5 per cent in towns of less
than 8.000: 24.8 per cent in small
cities: 20.il per cent in cities of over
50,000; 4:1 per cept iu suburbs of
large cities. Sons of clergymen made
up 11.1 per cent of the total, which
means that, in proportion to popula
tion, they composer} 28 times the
average number of notables.
' Forests can on exist where there
is a summer temperature of 50 de
grees and an annual rainfall of 30
THE CONCORD DAILY TRIBUNE
WORD OBEY STRICKEN
FROM WEDDING VOWS
Episcopal Church Eliminates the
Word by Close Votes,—Uphold
\WWen’s Rights. I
New Orleans, Oct. 21. —Rights of I
women and enforcement of laws were
prominently before the general eon- i
vdntion of the Protestant Episcopal
Church here today. • Both subjects
i claimed conspicuous places in the two
| Women taking marriage vows un
j der the Episcopal marriage ceremony
were definitely relieved from promis
ing to “obey'' their husbands' when
the bishops concurred with the repu- •
tie* in eliminating the word from the
; service. The elimination was/not ac
complished without a contest, how
ever, and the victory was won wit'jput
a vote to spare. The test ballot >
showed tlti to 27, 66 being the neces
sary contitutional majority. With
"obey" went the bridegroom's an
nouncement to the bride "with ail
my worldly goods, I thee endow."
The deputies refused to declare*
women eligible for membership iu the
general convention, and almost at
tlic same time the bishops refused to
ain’aorize bishops to license women
as lay lemlers. The deputies had
passed such a resolution.
Law and order was suggested in .
two resolutions. In the house of l
bishops the Right Rev. John C. Wsrdr
bishop of' Erie, offered a resolution j
unanimously adopted providing; |
"That facing the danger of the!
j spirit of lawlessness in American life. I
we welcome tlm renewed efforts. the I
! government of Cue United States Jo
enforce strictly and impartially the
. prohibition law and the anti-narcotic
; laxvs^ which are so widely apd cynical-j
, ly disregarded, and we call upon the
. , people of our church to set a good
. ample of obedience to law without.
, which no democracy can endflre.” I
A resolution, sponsored by the Rev.
G. F. Dudley’, D. Ik, Washington, and
adopted by the deputies on coiigress
1 for tlie enactment "of such suitable
laws for the District of Columbia an
1 shall protect the civil institutions of
the Lord's day from unnecessary la-1
, bor and business.”
Possibility -that the Episcopal
Church may become' more actively
connected with the Federal Council:
of Churches, provided by the action'
if the house of bishops in voting to 1
continue the status cpio. appeared
when tlie deputies passed a resolu
ion, offered by George# W. Wicker
• sham, of New York. This resolu
tion, if it finds concurrence in the,
house of bishops, authorizes the na
tional council of the church to con- i
stltute an agency between the two
bodies embracing social service, race,
relations, international justice re
search and education, editorial coun
cil, finance and army and navy chap
It •wim Thomas llnxlcy who said
that an acre <if good fishing ground
will yield more food in a .veek than
at acre of the best land will year in
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BY CHARLES P. STEWART
NEA Service Writer -
TMTASHINOTON—If a device to
ever perfected for effective
V. wireless control of air
planes, the way will be opened for
U tfst of many-of aviation’s now
disputed possibilities In war.
» • •
* ~Wr HKN Admiral William S.
jjflf ( Sims, testifying before Pres
ident Coolldge’s air Inquiry
board, remarked that "war condi
tions cannot be .Imitated satisfac
torily in peace-time airplane ex
periments, which consequently
lead -to wrong conclusions." he
, put his finger on tt«t real cause
01, the inability of army and navy
-meg to agree on the dependability
of planes, and planes alone, as
weapons of national defense, u,
• • •
T> land and sea fighters, in dis
agreement in peace time con
cerning the potentialities of
spmo new piece of war machinery.
WHY MANY WOMEN PREFER I
AUTOS TO MODERN HOME
W-srt. Escape Frrm tlie Monotony 'of
' Housewife’s Lot.
! New \ork, Oct. 21.—(A s ) —Escape
from, the monotony rather than the
(Iruugeiy of the housewife's lot has
eaused tier to choose luxuries instead
iof conveniences, concludes the Gen
eral Federation of Women's (Tubs af
' ter a canvass on "What women want
I ill thfir liomcs."
Xhe average American housewife
prefers an automobile and a telephone
rather than have 'modern plumbing
arrangements in her home, because
■’these offer relief from a monotony
that has driven many of 'der predeces
sors into insane asylums..”
I w fudui ation’s findings were writ-!
ten by Mrs. Mary Shernian, national
president, in the Woman’s Home Com
• “The housewife does not minjk
> washing of dishes under, the
glow of nn ejeiVle globe, hut the task
doubles or trebles if she must do it
by tlie smoky dim light from a kero
sene lamp." said Mrg. Sherman.
"She does nofMiiind sweeping the low
jer floor of Hie house if she knows
that at (lie end of her task she can
I sit ,<Jpwn and chat via the telephone
with a neighbor five miles away, and
she Yyill Iw-at rugs for an hour—if the
j evening brings the relaxation of an
' While 65 per cent of a large num
ber of homes investigated were found
to have inside sanitary arrangements
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•• ’k.. ui ... . . . It * •; •- .-'.T . v : .
the simple expedient of trying It '
\on a target always Is available. 1
■lt’s conclusive, too.
In t|»e air it's different.
That a plane, opposed say to a
battleship, can do all its friends i
claim for it disputes—pro- j
vlded it can get near enough to ]
the ship to drop Its bombs where i
they will do the most good.
“But," add -t-he surface warriors. i
“we’d shoot down the plane If it 1
got as near as that.’’
"You couldn't hit It.'' th j
1 tors insist.
* * *
AND as Admiral Sims says, ,
there's no way of sealing this i
argument without letting anti I j
aircraft gunners shoot real bullets (
at live aviators.' killing them if I
In war-time it could be tried on i
enemy airmen, which would be all '
right, but- in peace-time it won't \
do. A wirelessly controlled plane,
however, would just fill the bllL
and 50 per cent of them had bath- '
tubs. 70 psi- cent of these families ’<
had automobiles and (IS per cent of
them were equipped with telephones.
The research made by' the federa- <
tion covered 445,087 ’lames scattered 1
through 237 emuiiiunities. In 40 per
cent of tlie homes it was found that
there were no stationary washbowls, J
and water had to be carried in and i
out. and 25 perf cent of them were !
not even equipped with kitchen sinks, i
Blit S7 per cent had electric light. I
and 73 per cent were equipped with 1
Radios weri found in 17.0 per i
cent of t’iie homes, pianos in 40 per ;
cent, plionpgraphs in 50 per cent. i
In discussing the high percentage 1
of homes equipped with automobiles !
and telephones but not with plumbing, :
I Mrs. Sherman declared:
I "Sentimentalists will say that the !
I fault lies with the men. But we j
| club women who study conditions !
from the inside of the home under- i
stand the situation better. Women
no longer undervalue their services iu j
flic home. . They run their homes on !
the budget plan and have personal al- j
lowa lives to spend as thty like. i
"Then, why do they choose luxuries ,
instead of conveniences? Why dees
the automobile take precedence over
the stationary tub. llie telephone over
the vacuum cleaner qml the radio
over the power-run sewing miutiiiut?
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Charge of an Kngli-h tMlamiei steam
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