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* k DISPATCHES'
North and South Now
In The Grip of Winter
King Winter Brought Up
Enforcement During the
Night in Shape of Snow,
His Deadliest Ally.
SNOW IN FOUR
STATES OF SOUTH
Furnaces, Overcoats, Open
Fires, Blankets, Hot
Water Bottles and Red
Flannels'Brought to Aid.
Atlanta, Gn., Opt. 31.—Dixie today
Pont innod to muster her forces to re
pel n/iother invader from the North,
King Winter, who brought up rein
forcements during thr night in the,
.“hupp of snow-, his deudliext ally so I
far as the South is epneerned. J
The defenders, made up of every
man. woman and child in the usually
haliny region, were employing every
.weapon available to stand thefr
ground against the enemy, furnaces,
overcoats, open tires, blankets, hot
water bottles and roil flannels were
employed to offset the rigors of the
A irginia wjs the prinejpal battle-1
field, while skirmishes are being fought
in Tennessee, Arkansas and Kentucky !
where snow reserves were brought up ‘
and were being used with telling es- i
.Southern* Alabama, the MiAsissipi !
coast, and extreme northwestern Flor- j
ida were at grips with common, honest
to goodness, everyday.-hard down cold j
weather, while northerly gales and
overcast weather wwe forecast fqr the
Atlantic coast from Sandy Hook to
The invader had the odds last night
at I.ittle Rock and Memphis where at
k o’clock official thermemeter readings
placed the temperature at 30 and 32
degrees respectively. <
.Col. .1. Pluvlus was to attack in
A irginia. North Carolina. South Car
olina, Georgia, Florida and East Tex
RECORDED IN GOTHAM
White Blanket Envelopes Territory
From New England Sguth Into Vir
XPw York. Oct. ifO.—A driving
combination of snow and rain today
swirled into the metropolitan qvea,
i spilling the ear'iest official snowfall
in litis city op record. The previous j
early record was N vember il, ifQKpt
The storm left its trail of snoWJ
in an area extending north to ootltli- |
eru New England ami south to Vir-1
ginia. All New York state hnd New
Jersey experienced abnormal atmos
pheric conditions. A four-inch snow- 1
fa” was reported at Oswego, on Lake
A skim forecast for foot Dall enthn-1
siasrs who expect to attend scores .of
gridiron Contests in the east tomor-'
row was offered tonight by the weath- [
er man. “O’otOdy sines; possibly!
rain or snow,” was his prediction j
Snow fell over a wide area in
Pennsylvania, Harrisburg, Pittsburgh,
1 iii.adelphic and Scranton reporting
phenomenal storms for this time of
Snow in Washington
Washington. Oct 30.—Weather bu
reau records for Washington, dating
hack to 1870. were broken with a
two-inch snow fall recorded today!
ami tonight. -
The capital heretofore has known j
hut a trace of snow Hakes as early
as October. The nearest approach
to today's performance was a snow- 1
fall of four indies on November 4 *
The snowfall extended into Vir-'
ginia points as far south as Char
lottesville and Lynchburg, while Ten
nessee. Oklahoma and Arkansas alko
reported similarly early manifesta
tions of winter. West of the Alle
ghanies, however, the snow has ceased.
The outlook east of the Mississippi .
River is for clearing Weather tomor-'
row, with cold temperatures prevail- 1
ing until Sunday, when warmer I
weather is promised.
Baptist Missionary Society to Meet
The Woman's Missionary Society
of the First Baptist Church will meet
Mcuday afternoon at 3 o’clock in the
ladies’ parlor of the church.
I You Will Like Concord Better—
-8 wheft you help it grow. Let all of us put our shoulders to '! :
5 the wheel and by hard work put over everything that will !'
a make .our city bigger and better. * ]!
0 We live in a city of many opportunities and we should .
8 put forth every effort to develop them for the benefit of S
g the community. 1 1 [
| OUR NEW SERIES WILL OPEN SATURDAY,
NOVEMBER 7th, 19?5
| Citizens Building & Loan Association
OFFICE Ilf CITIZENS BANK BUILDING! | |
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The Concord Daily Tribune
North Carolina’s Leading Small City Daily
j WARNS OF DIVORCE EVIL ;
Canon Carnegie Say* It I* a Grow-!
’ Ing Menace to American Life.
London, Oct. 31.—The Rev. Wil
liam Hartley Carnegie. Canon of West
minster, was quoted by The Evening
■ News today ns declaring that ‘‘the
■ canker in the life of America is di
vorce,” and asesaying. "with all seri
[, ousness, ’ that "America is the degen
erating from a human society into a
' monkey house."
i This evening Canon Carnegie was
found at the canon's residence, be
hind Westminster Abbey, in high dud
geon at what he called "the outmgoom
language" attributed to him by The
Evening News, wii'.eh he had not seen
until it was brought to his attention.
He liad recently returned from the
rl.nited States aikl had made a survey
of the conditions there, but he em
| phatically denied using the extrava
gant phraseology in the published in
"What I dhl say - ," he informed the
correspondent of The Associated Dress,
"was that the best people in America
are becoming very anxious at the fre
quency of divorces on the flimsiest pre
-1 text in certain States, and that they
| recognized that if this tendency be
came prevalent it would menace the
! stability of society, inasmuch as the
; family is the basis of the social struc
j-ture, and undermining it in this way
involves great risks, as the history of
! the Roman Empire shows.
("If in any society the marriage re
lations are permitted to become in
creasingly loosenpd, it would irtti
-1 mately reduce that society to the level
of a monkey house."
Canon Carnegie went to to say tha
"there is the same danger in Englnnd
only perhaps less so than in Amer!-,
Regarding Americans’ reputation
for dollnr-chasing. the Canon remark
ed that he was convinced Englishmen
eared more for money than Ameri
cans. American women, he added,
piayed an enormous part in the coun
try's life. They did ( not care much
for politics, but in every other sphere
they were very active and very offi
With respect to the interview in
general, as pu6llshed by the London
paper, Cannon Carnegie characteriz
ed it as "woefully exaggerated, partly
SENSATION AT LANGLEY FIELD
■ First Lieutenant Jo*. T. Morris and
1 JOe Attacked in Tfceir Home.
T wwporl News, Ta., Dot, 31.—OP)—
First Lieutenant Jos. T. Morris and
Mrs. Morris were attacked in their
home at Latigley Field near here just
1 before midnight Thursday, and uriti
' tary authorities are searching for
Private Lewis K. Neu, it waR learned
today. The Lieutenant and Mrs. Mor
f ris are at the Fort Monroe hospital
suffering from serious injuries to their
. Major Oscar Westover. commander
at Langley F'eld, declared in a syate-
I ment today that Neu harbored a
I grudge against Lieut. Morris because
the latter disciplined him for au in
fraction of the military rules. Neu's
home is in Savannah, Ga.
String Father. She Gets SBOO For '
Broken Nose in Car Crash.
New York World.
MisS Beatrice Goldstein, 23 year
I old, of 72!) South Fifteenth street.
| Newark, won a jury verdict of SBOO
|in the Essex County Credit Court
i yesterday against her father, Harry
' G. Go dsteiu. with whom she makes
| Miss Goldstein sued for $1,500
damages. Her nose was broken in an
| automobile accident on May 10,
when, she said,' her father “reckless
ly drove his automobile against a
Mr. Goldstein was insured, and,
it was said in court, the insurance
coippany must pay his daugnter's
President and Mrs. CcoHdge to Spend '
Week-end cn Mayflower,
j Washington, Oct. 31.— OP) —With a 1
warming sun lifting the temperature
! in Wash'ngton after the first snowfall
of the season, President and Mrs. Cool- !
idge today. arranged to get away early
in the afternoon for a week-end voy
age down the Potomac on the yacht
Mayflower. v *
.I . ”. .. Ml —.. 1,,..
sc; s - - “■
TROWS REMIT FOR
CULL TO OEM
In Case Situation Should
Arise In Buncombe
County in Connection
With Trial of Negroes.
FOR ATTACKS ON
Gen. MettsTsays He Will
Be In Asheville Before
Special Term of Court
Ra'eigh, Oct. 31—CP)—Gov. Me
can has ordered Adjotant Genera
f. Van P., Metts to have troopß in
eadiuess for a ca’.l in ease the situa
ion should ari«e in Buncombe county
n connection with the trial or tw
negroes for attacks on white women
which might necessitate calling ou'
t! e troops. ,
General Metts stated today he
would go to Asheville. Just when
he would go lie would not state, fur
ther than to say he would be in Ashe
ville befoore the special term of court
'pens there Monday morning
No c,all for the troops has been is
sued, Governor McLean said yester
day. The order to have troops in
—cadiness is a purely precautionary
i ea-ure. he said
Coiifiderablc feeling reported to ex
st in Asheville where there have bee
repeated attacks by negroes on white
women is responsible for the gover
nor’s action, the executive said. Al
vin Mansel and Preston Neely, held
for attacks upon white women, arc
expected to go on trial at the specia
term opening Monday, as well as
members of a mob which stormed the
Buncombe county jail some weeks
ago in an effort to secure Mansel, fol
■owing his alleged crime.
Mrs. Patterson Killed by ’train.
Weldon, Oct. 2D.—Mrs. Francis
Patterson, wife of a textile mill of
ficial of Roanoke Rapids, was al
most instantly killed by Atlantic
Coast Line train No. 80, at a grade
crossing. She lived but tku minutes
after the accident.
Two other women and Mrs. Pat
terson's six month-old-baby were in
the automobile, but escaped in jury.
The ear was demolished.
Mrs. Patterson, prior to her mar
riage, was Mi s Catherine Paxton of
Buena Vista, Va. She was about 25
Some men are so busy trying to
make a living that they don’t have
time to live.
When a man's wife defeats him in
argument it soothes liis nerves to call
Unusual Big Cast
Monday. Tuesday Wednesday >
WYNDELL-BARROW CO. k
Two High Class Vaudev'lle 8 '
MATINEE AND NIGHT fc
CONCORD, N. C„ SATURDAY. OCTOBER 31, 1925
NEW BUS SCHEDULES
Another Division of Trips Announc
ed on Greensboro Run.
Raleigh, Oct. 30.—Xoxv bus lino
schedules between Charlotte aq<!
ireensboro, dividing 13 round trips
On an hourly service, were announc
'd by the corporation commission to
night, in an order to become cffco
ticc November 4.
The new schedules give Kirks
Into Service six round trips daily
between the two cities; Dixie Motor
Coach line, Inc., four: Charlotte
Toivcord Rus Line, two, and Blue
Star Bus Line, one.
In addition, the Royal Blue Trans
portation company is given , n loca'
run, with ha f hourly schedules, be
tween Greensboro and High Point
while Kirk's Auto Service, besides
its through Charlotte-to-Greensboro
runs, is given two round trips a day
etween Salisbury and Charlotte.
Kirk's line, on the through runs,
will leave Greensboro for Charlotte
every other hour between 8 a. iu.
’nd 7 p. m. and leave Charlotte for
Grewmbpro o« schedule.
The Dixie Motor Coach line, wil'
' nve busses leaving both cities at
7 11. 1 and 5 o’clock each day.
The Charlotte-Concord line wi 1
cave Chai'lotte-for-Greensboro at 9
and 12 o'clock and Greensboro for
Ghat lotto at 3 and C.
The Blue Star lino will leave
Charlotte on a return trip at 3 in
In making the new schedu’es, the
ommissioKj had the following state
ment : ‘
‘‘Following up the comm i -sion's
order of August 7, 1025, placing the
motor vehie'e service beta cep
Greensboro and Charlotte on an
hourly basis, it may be stated that
al’o-cation of schedules was made
with a view to permitting the car
riers to earn as nearly as our in
"ormation would permit, the same
'ri’eaee revenue from the Severn'
“A survey was made to ascertain
whether or not this allocation was
histiiied. and it appears that in or
der to more proper’y balance the
ner mi’eage earnings between Kirk's
Vutp Bus Service and the -Dixie
Motor Coach, Inc. re-allocation of
their schedules is necessary both for
reasons of revenue exclusively on the
Qreensboro-Char'otte line ami for the
purpqse of making connections for
schedules to be profitably operated
on subsidiary lines of the Kirk's
Vuto Bus Service.
“Ordered, that all operation of
nassenger motor vehicle between
Charlotte over thisr line not in con
formity with the allocation and
schedules herein made shall be dis
continued from and after November
4, 1025; and it is further:
‘■Ordered, that no motor vehicle
shall after IfoVember 5, 1025. with
out a car permit posted therein and
a number plate there, as provided
With Our Advertisers.
A new oxford that is exactly right. |
in black and tan at Ivey's, only $4.00
The Standard Buick Co. lias good
seats for the Charlotte races. Better
buy ’em now.
Delco light plants and batteries sold
in this territory by R. H. Owen.
See list of new Victor records at the
See the new ad. today of tile Citi
zens Bauk and Trust Co.
French Casualties in Syria 585.
Paris. Oct. 31.—C4»)—Tbc French
losses in Syria since the beginning of
the Druse tribesmen's, msurvection,
are 585 killed or missing, and of
these a little less than half were
French soldiers, the premier’s office;
announced today in refuting press
statements saying 6,000 had been kill
The government points out that the
6 00(1 represents the total killed or
missing since 1920.
Studfhaker Raise* Dividend Rate.
I New York. Oct. 31. — OP) —Direc-
tors of the Studchnker Cornoration
today raised the annual dividend rate
from $4 to $5 and declared an extra
dividend of $1 in addition.
. UE.MIER PAINLEVE |
MAKES STATEMENT 1
Outlining- Financial Measures Which
He Hopes to Submit to Parliament
Paris, Oct. 31.—(A 3 )—The Matin
prints a long statement from Premier
ainlove today outlining the financial
measures which lie hopes, to submit
to Parliament within a week. These
include neither forced consolidation
nor a moratorium for national defense
bonds, the principle feature being a
sinking fund provided for the pro- 1
reeds of special taxes, principally on
accumulated wealth and consequently
completely and permanently inde
pendent of the regular budget re
Meanwhile former Minister of Fi
nance Caillaux, and Louis Klutz, who
also is an ex-finance minister, have
become candidates for membership in
the financial committee of the Senate,
tit-cat importance is attached to the
decision as it will provide the first in
dication of the present attitude of the
upper house toward a captal tax, as
both Caillaux and Klutz oppose it.
SAYS EPTLRPSV TS (Trß>^,K
Russian Tells of Vital Toxin Found
in Experiments With Dogs’ Brain.
Moscow, Oct. Ml—Leningrad medi
cal circles are interested in a pos
sible curefor epilepsy discovered m
the laboratory of the physiologist.
Paviof's assistant, Dr. Speranski,
announced ye.-terdny to an assembly
o.f physician sand scientists tlup as
the results of experiments:n the arti
ficialfreezing of part of the brain
substance of dogs, the freezing pro
voked convulsions and falls simitar to
those iu epilepsy, and investigation
showed there had deve’oped in the
animal’s organism a specific toxin,
which Speranski call altotoxin, and
responsible for the epileptic condi
Further experiments, it is said,
proved that the injection of this
toxin into a healthy animal im
munized the latter against epi’eptic
seizure. Dr. Speranski concluded that
if similar treatment were applied to
human beings the problem of a cure
for epi'epsy wou’d be solved.
PLAN TO MERGE THE
No Action at This Time Is Required
of Federal Trade Commission.
Washington, Oot. 111.OP)—The Fed
eral Trade Commission was advised to
day by its chief examiner, Millard F.
Hudson, that no action at this time
was required of it in the plans for
a merger of tlic General Baking Co.,
Ward Baking Corp., and the Conti
nental Baking Corporation.
The examiner recommended in his
report which was dated October 10th
that the matter be 'held open for any
further developments in which the
companies might be concerned.
William B Ward, of the Ward Bak
ing Corporation, was quoted as hav
ing told the chief examiner that he
had made an offer for the common
stock of the General Baking C'opro-
I ration, and if acquired, this stock
would be held by a holding company
to be known as tile General Baking
Corporation, but that no attempt]
would be made to acquire the capital
stock of any other company.
Two W : orld War Veterans Sent to
Clinton, N. C„ Oot. 29.—Through
the untiring efforts of Capt. Fitzhugh
Whitfield, service officer of the Amer-
Legion, Dock Strickland and
Aatffu Strickland, brothers, ami World
Mar veterans ’of Newton Grove, N.
C, have gained admission to the Na
tional Military Home, Dayton, Ohio.
These men have been in needy cir
cumstances and bad health for some
time The American Legion of Clin*
, ton, through the office of its scrvic
officer, has handled more thnn HOC
eases of some nature and kind for
veterans of llie World War, and these
two, so far as the Legion can learn,
are the first to be sent to a military
horne for care and treatment, A
great number of claims for disabilit}
have been handled and all of the ap
plications for adjusted eoinpesation.
with the exception of a very few have
been made out by the help and a
sistance of the American Legin
Y. M. C. AJHead
Charles P. Taft II of Cincinnati,
son of Chief Justice William Howard
Taft, was elected president of the in
ternational convention of the V M. C.
A. meeting in Washington. He is 28
THE COTTON MARKET
Showed Renewed Weakness Today at
the Opening.—Positions Make Some
New Low Ground.
New York. Oct 31.—OP)—The cot
ton market showed renewed weakness
n todays early trading. The open
ing was steady in tone in resp nse to
relatively steady cab’es and covering
by recent sellers, while there a'so was
considerable trade buying. First
prices were 1 to 7 points lower, how
ever, as a result of overnight selling
orders, and the market sold about 18
to 23 points net lower before the
end of the first hour under continued
hedging, liquidation and bear pres
sure. December was relatively easy,
declining to 19 02, as if influenced by
reports of an easier basis on lower
grades in the South. January sold J
off to 18 37, all positions making new ]
ow ground for tile movement.
Cotton futures opened easy. Dec.
19.21; Jan 18.52; March 1877; May!
18.92; July 18.00.
IS STILL CRITICAL
French Still Imposing Heavy- Fines on
London, Oct. 31.—(A 3 )—A dispatch I
to the Evening News front Haifa. Pal
estine. says the situation in Datnas- I
eus, where the French recently put ]
down an Insurrection, is still critical. ]
while the surrounding country is!
“seething". r The French authorities
are said to be imposing heavy fines on
A LEXINGTON DOY
DIES OF HYDROPHOBIA
Nine Year Old Son of Dr. Freeman
Was Bitten September 13th.
Lexington. N. C„ Oct. 31.—(A 3 ) — 1
Lois Freeman, nine-year-onl son ot'
Dr. Ira K Freeman, pastor of Er
langer Baptist Church, died at the
home of his father near here this
morning of hydrophobia. The boy
was bitten at Asheville September
13th. He was given treatment, but
bccanfe four days ago.
Gen. Felix Agnus Dead.
Baltimore. Oct 31.—(A 3 )—General
Felix Agnus, veteran of two wars,
and newspaper publisher, died at liis
’’ome here early today, aged 87 years.
Deatli came peacefully with members
f pae family at his bedside.
General Angus had been suffering
from infirmities afiout three months
and about the past three months had
been confined to bed.
The sod roofs of small houses in
he mountainous sections of Norway
are used as pastures for goats as well
PREPARE FOR NEXT
1 POF BATTLE
] Take Advantage of the Ad
; journment of Court Over
dent Be Subpoenaed?
! ACTUAL TRIAL TO
BEGIN NEXT WEEK
Military Authorities Say
Movement to Summon
President Coolidge Will
Come to Naught.
i Washington, D. Oct. 31. —(A 3 )—
] Counsel in the court martial proceed-!
lings against Col. Wm. Mitchell were]
] taking advantage of an adjournment j
I today over the week end to prepare ;
for the next stage of their legal tussle. ]
This will be the chief actual trial of ’
! tile officer on the charge of conduct
i violating good order and discipline, a
i stage of his proceedings barely reach
ed after nearly three hours taken up
by efiorts of the defense to halt the
trial when the court, took an early
adjournment yesterday until Monday
to permit preparations for the #offer
j ing of evidence.
Col. Mitchell and his counsel, mean
while arc going to decide whether they
will ask the court that he be con
fronted there by his accuser, meaning
either President Coolidge or Seere
i lar.v of War Ow'ght Davis, or both.
[ If Representative Reid, of Illinois,
; flic defame civilian counsel, does de
i cido to ask the court to issue a sub
■ poena for President Coolidge as a
■ witness there was no doubt today
I that the move would come to naught.
Military authorities have decided, it
was said, that a court martial has no
authority by wir'ch it can summon a
President as a witness, precedents for
I such opinion, it was added, being
fouud in decisions of the United
States Supreme Court.
SPARTANBURG MILL GETS
FORD MOTORS CONTRACT
Will Put Cloth Through Rubberizing
| Process to Be Used For Automo
! bile Tops.
Spartanburg. S. ('.. Oct. 30.—Ark
wright mill, of this city lias been
\ awarded a contract to furnish one
million yards of cloth for the Ford
Motor company, Detroit. Deliveries
ire to begin immediately. This fa the
rst Spartanburg mill to secure a
Ford contract. The cloth will pc put
] through a rubberizing process and
eventually will be used for automo
bile tops material. Announcement: of
contract was issued today by R. Z.
Cates, Jr, assistant treasurer of
Arkwright mi 1. Several northern
mills competed for the contract.
Mayor Very Proud of Municipal
Chnr’otte, Oct. 30.—The thrill of
working in the magnificent dew
city administration building jvas
probably not felt deeper Thursday
by any of the city officials than the
executive head of the city—Mayor
Haney IV. Moore.
The mayor is proud of the bui d j
g the city has provided for his pub- j
lie -ervants.and he does not hesitate
to show his pride to visitors.
Dozens of persons, several prom- ■
incut in the city's life, called on the
second floor to pay tlieir respects to
the city's executive, and lie personal
’y conducted them in and out of the
offices on this floor.
"The building is 25 years ahead of
the city." the mayor told his callers.
“It’s built to take care of the needs
of a greater Charlotte-"
i Brick Work Started on New Hos
] Mooresrille. Oct. 30—Excavation
: 'has been completed and brick work
on the building of Mooresville's Hos
i pital lias been started, 'fhe building
I will be 30 by 93.4 feet, facing west
I Center Avenue, one-story in height, I
; and will contain 1.8 beds, operating |
| ami accessory rooms and will be
j steam heated. It is hoped the build
! ing will be ready for occupancy
semi -after the tirst of January. The
Lowranee home will be used as a
1 utility building. It is due to the
] generosity of S. A. Lowranee and his
desire to relieve suffering humanity
that Mooresville is to have a hos
pital. Some time ago he donated his
home and ample grounds valued at
810,000 for this purpose and to fur
ther aid the project has subscribed
SIO,OOO in stock to the S. A. Low
rance Hospital. Inc. The stock was
a cash payment and $5,000 more has
j been subscribed.
THAT STILLMAN DIVORCE
SUIT BOBS UP AGAIN
Reported That Stillman Will Permit
His Wife to Obtain Divorce.
New York. Oct. 31—(A 3 )—While
ti c principals in the latest: Stillman
divorce proceedings continued in se
clusion today there came a report as
to a definite reason for the institution
of a emit by Mrs. Anno U. Stillman
against .Tames A. Stillman.
Tiie New York American says that
1 Mrs. Stillman is suing so that she
may be free to marry Fowler McCor
mick, 24 years old, who -at her t-ug
: gestion some time past put on over
alls to learn the business of the Inter
national Harvester Company from the
i The story adds that Mr. Stillman
' is prepared to permit his wife to ob-
I tain a divorce and that she will not
demand large alimony, possibly none.
TODAY’S NEWS TODAY!
ANY ONE CAN WIN I
BIG PRIZE WITH 1
■ Much Depends on What
Each Candidate in Cam
paign May Do in Next
I Few Hours.
THE RACE CLOSES 1
IN THREE WEEKS
Candidate Should Strain
Every Effort for Suprem
acy as the End Looms in
j With but a few hours in which to?
enter subscriptions in The Tribune-
Times great automobile prize cantSi
| paign and secure the maximum votes,!
: allowed, ami with but a few days to
go before the race finally comes to
a close, the candidates should strait! ■
every nerve in their final efforts for I
supremacy as the end looms in sight.’!
The beautiful automobiles fully I
equipped aud ready to take a delight
ful spiu. stand waiting for their own
ers. If they could talk those big
cars would undoubtedly say, “Looii ,
at me, ain I not a .mighty fine and i
costly prize well worth every effort!!
to takes to win me?" A big $2,110.!
aut< mobile is truly a wonderful prizd!
for a few weeks of hard work. And I
when it i*; taken into consideration "
that. the value of the four cars and '
cash prizes to be awarded is over i
810,000 it is not. strange that the live i
ones are speeding up their pace aud i
preparing wit'h feverish interest toss
the best remaining opportunity of pil-<i
ing up the winning votes-. mm
Any candidate can win the mam- 9
moth prize with a little real effort j
as close as the race now stand*. In
fa< t. each candidate's success or fails:!
tire—gold or glory, the eongratilla* J
’ions and commendations of friends!
and of the best cars in America—-tl
much depends upon what each candi
date is able to accomplish in these !
next few hours.
Every day—every hour in the short
time that remains should be utilized!
to the fullest possible extent by the <
earnest hustlers who really want to:*]
take advantage of what may prove to 1
bo one of the greatest events in their 3
bvos It's "do or die" iu these next'3
f ew ’ ours of the big vote period <
v’lii h ends at midnight tonight, At- ,
ter this the vote schedule is very
much reduced —then another vote rer \
’ne*ion in the schedule occurs before -
Watch them go in the few hours
that are left It. will lie interesting,
uideed. to see which candidate will !
be able to get to the top and stay
there. The wide awake candidate
can. in this big vote period, pile up *
such an enormous amount of votes
that it cannot be overcome.
Who Will Win?
Who will be the winners in the :
Tribune-Times big gift giving cam- ,
•laign? Who will ride in the band- jj
ome motor ears? Who will bo pre* ‘
seated with these valuable prizes? *
These questions are the principal I
topics of interest in Concord and vi- i|
j "tnity Only a few more days and <
; lie questions will be answered. Scores 1
of predictions have been offered. But |
; lie final results are as much indoubt, a
i ns ever.
In frenzied effort to eliminate as j|
much of Fiis doubt as possible, can- !
didates all over the territory are J
scouring the communities ceaselessly. |
The race for supremacy is rusing for* 3
ward nip and tuck. Many of those !
who apparently have little cause, if j
they are to be judged by tlieir pres- ; i
ent vote standing, promise to spring
such surprises at the end as will send '
'lie tco-confideut ones down to d«*
feat. Over-confidence is a great'!
handicap under which a candidates]
enn work. T’iiis unwelcome lmndi* ;
caii causes more regrets than any* it
tiling else in a campaign of this kind. *
The only way to be sure of inning i
1 is to spend every spare minute scour- j
] ing for subscriptions. Perseverance is N
the only winning quality, And see i,
what there is at the top of the ladder :
of success for the plucky ones—lux
urious motor cars worth respectively ij
$2,110. *1.610. $1,335, $938 and bun* !
deeds of dollars in ensh. These y
nrizes will make their owners proud.
No luxury compares wit’h the delight'J
if a really fine and costly
and these dandy cars that will be i
given a\Vay stand out with gjd|Bw
Farmborough, England, Oct. 31.—*
—Juau de In Cierva’s helicopter* >
which made several smeessful flights !
recently, crashed here today. The inp3
dor carriage was driven through tjfil
fuselage. Pilot Haig escaped uniifal
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SAT'S BEAR SAYS*
Mottlj cloud; tonight and
slowly rising temperature Bund«S»j
Diminishing north and nortfiifl^H