page has errors
The date, title, or page description is wrong
This page has harmful content
This page contains sensitive or offensive material
Click "Submit" to request a review of this page.
0 / 75
|«turday, October 24, 1925
S .Our ' I
Holds the Color as it Cleans
Delicate laces, ribbon sashes,
elaborate embroidery it
(natters not what the dress dr
ts adornment, our improved
process with VON-O-LIN
(rings your clothes back Just
1 Motile, to Death.
, Oct. 215.—A1t fed
lay beat bis tiii- i
ilr.s Hose Martina! j
bludgeon at their!
r OUR WAY • , BYWHAIAMS
',.*<*■* r —ta r~ "x t
/GOLLW.AT \ / 1 Butv/t wou \
* "\NOULD BE FELLERS UE \
H " p VMNOA W\CE CRACWEO!'A SVWELU \
"t” JES PiCK VmiktTep CominJ OM |
1 , ONE O’ I L g^ > -J T J , AKJ u
vmare iTs, Summer J\ / WAwmA Few AwaV
J < \ FROM )T. vwE.eE J , •
L * Mijrr<h *■ ' ej!Rw,lL.am3
* - - r W 1 • C»9gs BY MCA SERVICE. IWC.
POP “ == '"~ ~ BY TAYWir
S' LET'S STOP HERE Nf YJHY NOT S£T \ V'N/Z/ESSIR, BUT IF YOU’RE'}
f HENRY AND SET AAt RooTSEER? J / WRAP ME UP N goiNS To TAkE'EM
m GOUPIE BOTTLES \\\ IT DQWT COST / ( A COUPLE BOTTLES ) HOME I’LL HAVE To
ft OF 6RAPE JUICE /|\AS MUCH - J \ CF GRAPE JUICE A CHARGE YOU EXTRA J
r L-g-a,.* , r"- t -n I
7 • - ”• ■; 1-7 < - ■■ •
Wffl and Testament of James B. Duke
A ... _ ' n
Somerville, X. J.., Oct. 23.—The
wijl of James B. Duke, tobaceu
magnate disposing of an estate.
4 estimated at #150,000,000, was filed
, today, leaving the greater part to
. his l 13-year-old daughter, Doris, and
I providing more than $17,000,000 for
j the Duke endowment c-un biishuient
I last year. Mrs. Nanaline H. ' Duke,
i the widow, his second wife, received
the Duke residences in three differ
j ent cities and was named guardian
lof her daughter.
i Two separate bequests were given
to the Duke endowment to be used
for the benefit of Duke university at
Durham, N.,fe One was for $10,000,-
i 000 to be added . to the present fund,
| and .specified that $4,000,000 shall bo 1
i used for the construction of a medi
i cal school, a hospital and a nurses’
4 home. The will directs that this
j construction shall be undertaken as
ron as possible.
•Second Bequest in Codicil.
A second bequest was contained
in a codicil, drawn October 1, just
nine‘days before Mr.'Duke’s death.
Thi< directs that residuary income
I shrill be added to the Duke endow
ment with the provison that $7,000.-
000 be used for new buildings and
improvemenoH at the university.
The two bequests added to the
$40,000,000 fnrnl which Mr. Duke
created-..last December to advance
the cause of education in the south.
The endowment- Was accepted by
Trinity college Which subsequently
changed its name to Duke university.
Mrs. Duke received tly* Fifth ave
nue, New- York. home, the residence
wown as Rough Point in Newport, |
.Cries of Mary Martina, a daugh
ter, attracted neighbors who found
the youth beating his mother in the.
head .while she was lying in the
j ground. Martina was a former in
• mate of an insane hospital. He was
placed in jnil.
R. 1., and the residence known as
Lynnewood in Mvore Park. Char
- lotte, North Carolina.
$2000,009 to His Kin.
. The sum of $2,000,000 was set
aside for nephews, nieces a(fd cousins',
with the condition that only tnose'
related by blood should be Eligible to I
participate in the beipiest. The sum I
was directed to be divided equally.
A specific provision was made that
any attempt to contest the will 1 by
its beneficiaries shall act ao an
automatic cancellation of any be
quest made to the contestant.
The will provided rhat the Duke
Farms company in Somerset couuty,
■New Jersey, shall be dissolved and
' the assets turned over'to ,Rs share
holders. The Duke Power company,
one of Mr. Duke’s largest holdings,
was left to his daughter, Doris, in
the form of a trust under her n#mr.
| which also includes the residuary,
Personal Employes Remembered.
Personal employes Were Igjft vary
ing amounts, Alexander H: Sands.
Jr., Mr. Dukr’,s secretary, receiving
$40,000, Willialu Baldwin received
$25,000. Frank E. Vantiuc, $15,000,
.and hohsebold servants and farm
j employ™ reeeived amounts in -ac
cordance with the length of their
I Provisions was made for the 15
I trustees of the Doris Duke trust
fund of the Duke endowment.
■The executors are Mrs. Duke, W.
IIL Perkins, of Monoeiaiiv N. J:, and
I George G. Alien, of Hartsriu'e, N.
Y. The latter men were business as
sociates of Mr. Duke.
Canada ranks second to the
United States in the number of
telephone subscribers per bead of
population, the ratio being about one
in nine. ,
USE PENNY COLUMN—IT PAYS
fHE CONCORD DAILY TRIBUNE
r- ■ I
Rally day observed in the Sunday
School at 9:45. |
| Sermon at 11 o’clock by the pastor. :
Subject: ’‘Rally ei the R : ghteous." At
1 3 o’clock a congregational meeting is
' called for the purpose of revising, the
Church Register. Sermon at 7:30
by the pastor. Come ami help make
our Sunday School Rally a success.
t*. E. LINDLEY, Pastor.
7J. M. Varner, Pastor)
Sunday school 9:45 a. m. Worship
and sermon by the pastor at 11 a. m.
Subject: “Forward.’’ Stewards meet
ing at 2:30 p. m. Epworth League
at (t :80 p. m. Worship and sermon by
the pastor 7p. m. Subject: -'The Su
preme Claim of Christ.” Prayer ser
vice Wednesday at 7:30 p. m. Choir
practice Ffiday 7:30 p. m.
(IV. C. Lyerly, Pastor.)
Tlie Sunday School and the Men’s
class meet at 9:45 o’clock in the
East Corbin Street School. J. O.
Moose is superintendent. Offering
is for Church HuiUThg Fund. Chil
dren's Division assembles on the
floor. at 11 a. in. and 7 p.
m. Sermons by the pastor. This
congregation welcomes yon to worship.
St. Andrews Lutheran.
Sunday school at 9:45 a. m. Chief
service at 11 a. m. Light Brigade at
2:30 p. in. Luther League at (i p.
m. A Cordial welcome to all ser
Sunday school at-9:45 a. m. Light
Brigade at 8" p. ni. Luther League at
6p. m. Vespers at 7 o'clock. A cor
dial welcome to all services.
Sunday school at 9:45 a. m.. How
ard L. Collie, superintendent. Morn
ing worship with sermon by Rev. W.
A. Jenkins at 11 o'clock. Our church
has been invited to attend the special
revival services at the A, R. I*. Church
Sunday evening at 7 :3<> o'clock. No
evening jjggVice at our church. All are
Wm. A. JENKINS, Pastor.
(Cor. Franklin Ave. and Kerr St.)
October 25. 1925.
Morning, worship Width sermon by
the pastor, 11 o’clock'. Sunday school
9:45 a. in. Christian Endeavor 0:45
p. m. Evening service 7 :30.
The installation of tlie new pastor.
Rev. M. E. Hansel, will take place at
the eveuiug service and will be eon
dueted by' a Commission of Concord
Presbytery, of ivlijgh Rev. J. (’. Row
an, D. 1).. is chairman. The following
program lias been prepared for the
Voluntary <by the choir: "Angel
Gloria I’atri (congregation stand
ing! No. 728.
Hymn No, 1114.
Announcements and offering.
Offertory, „ "The Earth Is the
Sermon—Rev. K. L. Mclver.
. Hymn No. 506.
Constitutional questions propounded
by Rev. J. C. Rowan, D. D,
' Charge to the pastor by Kev. R. S.
Charge.to the Congregation by Mr.
J. J. Barnhardt,.
Hymn. No. 008.
Preaching at 11 a. m. Sunday
school at 9 :40. Young people's meet
ing qt 0 :30. There will be no eve
ning preaching service.
(Jesse C. Rowan, Pastor)
Preauhiiig by the pastor at 11 a. m.
aud sp. in. Morninf subject. "Can
a Man KflOw That He Is Loved?"
Afternoon subject. "Making the An
gels Smile.” The afternoon service
will be especially for children. Sun
day school 9:45 a. m. C. F. Ritchie
superintendent, T\ C. Niblock assist
ant superintendent. Mid-week serv
ice-Wednesday at 7:30 p. in. To all
services in this church tlie public is
Forest Hill Methodist.
Sunday school at 9:45 a. in. Stone
wall J. Sherrill superintendent, A. G.
I Let Your
Next Battery j
Use Only tlie j
» ... J
BY CHARLES P. STEWART
_ NEA Service Writer
TFT ASHINOTO N -President
$Y V Coolldge evidently has
reached a point where pos
ing for photographs bores hini to
He showed It plainly at the in
Hial Washington game of the re
cent world series when the pho
lographers wanted him to toss,
►of alone one. but a succession of
several balls Into the,field to make
rare that everybody got a good
• hot at the performance
One. he said rather crossly was
a great plenty, and sat down with
In his vice presidential days,
•rhen he was less persecuted, he
was readier to oblige.
NO doubt most people would lie
the sa«ie way.
The press photographers
Wre on the job in'swarms at every
presidential public appearance, as
at the ball game, whenever any
thing is going on at the White
House which Is nearly all the
time, and very frequently in con
nection with'the "special stories"
• hat thousands of newspapers,
oiagazmos and other publications
■ are continually wanting.
Then there are the amateurs,
Malkin-,' the chief magistrate eon
Finally there’s the endless
•ession—singly, doubly', in groups
and In delegations—of callers who
clamor to have their pictures
taken with the president, in the
interest of publicity for thetn-
Odell assistant superintendent. Dur- 1
itig last conference year our attend
ance increased some. We should make
it better this year. Come Sunday.
Morning worship and sermon at 11
o'clock. Evening worship and ser-1
mon at 7 :30 o’clock, Enworth League !
at 6:30 p. m. Prayer meeting Wed-,
ne.sday evening at 7:15. f'haiV prac
tice follow ing prayer meeting. You I
are welcome to all our services.
THOS. F. HIGGINS, Pastor, j
A. K. P. Church.
(M. li. Gibson, Pastor) i
Sabbat 1- school at 10 a. m, J. E. !
McClintisk superintendent. Preach-'-
ing at 11 a. m. and 7 :30 p. m. We
are in the midst of a revival and Rev.
Robert T. Kerr, of Georgia, is doing
the preaching. He will preach at
both these services and will continle
through the week at 7 :30 p. m. All
the peo|ih-i of Concord are invjted to
St. James Lutheran.
(I, A. Thomas, Pastor)
Sunday school at 9:45 a. in.. F.
R. Shepherd superintendent. l Rally
Day service will be held at this hour.
Chief service at 11 a. in.- Nkroject.
“Chosen of (IntT." 1 Luther 1-eagtie
at 0 p. m. Vespers at 7. Subject
of sermon, "Perfecting Life." This
church welcomes you. "Special mu
sic at each service.
McGill Street Baptist.
(J. It. 1 Peiituff, D. D, I’as.tor.l
Bible school at 9:30 a. m. Ser
mons by the pastor both morning hud
evening. Worship with us. This is
ehtircli attendance day and every mem
ber-mil will be taken. B. V. P.
at 030. This is the first day of
about two weeks revival services. Dr.
Julius W. Whitley, a former pastor
of the church, will aid the pastor
from Monday night on through t'lie
meeting. lie comes at the special
■ request of the church and pastor. All
the people are cordially invited to be
with us at ever yservice.
According to the annual report of
-tin- Swedish Fish Dealers' Associa
tion. ilie u-e of seaford in Sweden
has ir-Jded in the last twelve years,
while prices .. have increased an
average of 70 per cent.
EVERETT TRUE , BY CONDO
HSSAISO -rpe. LATC STI -p
\ NO, s CAN'T SAY TMAtJ| \T iSN'T OOT 1
J 7AV&. (S
IT (-o/CL. S£ ' (p-^ t I Wfy
/eti *er* |
selves personally or to boost som< i
cause or dther ;
No wonder the national executivt (
Bets sick of it. t
• • •
T/.QR a long time, day by day the
ip lihotographers postered G '
I!ascorn Slemp. then president ,
tial private secretary, for permis- i
sion to "snap" the Coolidges on '
their yacht, Mayflower
Slemp replied that the president i!
said "No”—the only privacy h«
got was on the Mayflower and h« , I
wasn't going to have it Intruded i[
000 day one of the photos i
raphers chanced to be at the navy
yard just as the yacht was pre
paring to leave with the Coolidges i
as passengers, for a cruise down 1
Chesapeake- Bay He looked long ji
Ingly at the vessel from afar Sud- i]
denly, from her deck, sorryone
yelled to him He approached It ]
was the president. I
"Do you know." quoth the latter ,
affably, "out of all the hundreds of i
pictures you boys have taken of 1
Mrs. Coolidge me, never a one ,
has shown us on the Mayflower i
Ward rather like one Why ’ not 1
shoot a few and give us some of j
the prints? Then do whatever you ,
like with the negatives " '
What a golden opportunity’ The (
cameraman took full advantage of
"I’ll have to come clean," Slemp j
confessed to the rest of the fra j
ternity later "The president is so j
fed up on being photographed that j
I felt sure he’d answer just as I I
qyoted him—and I might get a j
scolding into the bargain—that I 1
never asked him." \
Weekly Cotton Review. J
I New York, Oct. 23. —The cotton j
market held steady during the earlier j
part of the week on reports of low |
i temperatures hi the northwestern part j
! of the but eased later in antici- j
; pation of increased hedging with the j
; appearance of more favorable weath- j
jer and n\»re active progress with }
picking hi the south. con- j
1 tracts si//d off to 21.14 this morning, Jj
| making a decline of about <»!) points p
I .from the recent high price and with- jj
' in four points of the low level touched
|on last bureau day. Further selling
was restricted by uncertainty as f*
the showing of next Monday’s govern
ment report, however, and there were
rallies this afternqpn oil a bullish
view of the week-end statistics and
prospects for another spell of un
settled and colder weather in the belt.
The talk of a 15,000,000 bale crop
prevailed more or less generally at
tin* beginning of the week in spite of
recent unfavorable weather condi
tions but later there seemed to be
some modification of sentiment in this
respect. The private reports pub
lished up to the close of business to
day nearly .ail pointed to an increase \
in the indirttion as compared with *
end-Sepfemb«r figures, but these re- 2
ports were under the official figures c
two weeks ag<*. and doubt was ex- £
pressed here as to whether next Mon- #
day\s government report would show j
any gain over the figures of. October j
Ist. The average of* seven private ?
crop reports suggested a yield of C
about 1-&hX),000 bales and the av 5
erage of three private reports on gin- jj
ning to October ltftii was !).477.(JjM) i
hides. The week-end figures showed J
sonle falling off ill the movement of J
cotton into sight. It was felt this j
might be attrivtitable to recent un-' >
favorable weather, but there was a t
good deal of comment on the increas- )
ing spinners’ takings, and the fact jj
that the world’s visible supply of j
American cotton showed an increase -i
of only 2iI2,(M)P bales for the week
compared with a gain of 317.000 for
the same week last year.
A new applicants for gas stoves -
and heaters is a clock device with
automatically lights or extinguishes j
| the burners at any specified time, jl
SATURDAY, OCTOBER 31st
For Hallowe’en Parties — ?
We have a full line of Hallowe’en i 1
Novelties, Decorations, Masks, Tal- i f
lies, Black Cats, Pumpkins, Witches, jj
j etc. Prices right. Large stock.
Kidd-Frix Music & Stationery Co ijj
; ; Phone 76 58 S. Union St., Concord, N. C.
v P You 1
! y U By 1
YORKE & WADSWORTH CO.
l«x±i& ja .ut..., — .ftm-..... ?&§
IDELCO LIGHT I
Light Plants and Batteries
Deep and Shallow Well Pumps for Direct or Alter
nating and Washing Machines for direct or alter
I R. H. OWEN, Agent
| Ph-) ne 689 Concord. N C
j Built Mjitu
[The secret of its j
v beauty and comfort
■ Large shipment of Overstuffed Living Room Suites
just received! For Beauty and Comfort, they are unsur
passed. Come and see Them.
H. B. WILKINSON
Car Washing! Alemite Greasing! jj
Crank Case Service
Let 11s wash your car and grease it with Alemite High
Pressure lubricating system for everybody knows that
proper lubrication is the life of any car. v
Texaco gasoline and oils—Goodrich tires and tubes.
Tire changing, Accessories, Free Air and Water
CENTRAL FILLING STATION
PHONK TOO I