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Wednesday, Nov. 11, 1925
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So All May Have a
m New Dresrfor Thanksgiving
! A Great Sale of Dresses For Every Type of Woman
X Priced at savings, and a scale range to gratify every !
X means of expenditure. In styles for every, type of woman. !
g Flat crepe, crepe back satins,-fancy faille.* Plain georg- 1
* ette,/laee and georgette and beaded georgette models. !
X Long and sljgrt sleeves. High and low collars. Colors I
5 include all that’s newest.
I $7.50 $9,95 $14.75 $19.75
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| Boys And Girls- !
I Bicycling Is Fun f
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!| Your IVER JOHNSON Is Here
Come In and Look It Over
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Do you know, Mrs. Housewife, that there are actually over 200 varieties of canned foods with
which to vary your daily menus?
Your grocer knows. And he is giving you, this week, a special opportunity to make a survey
f y of your winter’s needs and of ways to meet them. <
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I CONSUMPTION OF CANNED
I FOOOH STEADILY INCREASES j
t The rapid growth and tho present.
[ site of the canning and packing Indus- 1
| try' might lead- to -a belief That the|
j industry has passed the point of sla-
I biliaation. But a closer study of,
[ the figures shows that this is far
, from the truth, says the Iron Age* m
discussitig the development of the egn
j making industry. |
Take beans, for instance; ordinary i
[ baked beans. In 181)9 file people of |
i thin country ate, or bought, about,
83.000,000 cans of disked beans. That t
spelled the doom of the old family
beanpot with the chunk of- pork. 1
FIVe years lgter the national taste
for baked beans had grown until snipe ’
<10,000,000 cans were consumed. In
1009 the canners of beans sold 84,-
000,000 cans. By 1914 the total
Daring the war the figtfreg mounted
lo 344,200,000 epji* of baked beans,
enough to girdle the earth with a
comfortable margin left oyer. But
since the unusual war demand could
not be maintained, the 1921 total was
271,200,000. f,ast year the bean pack
came close to the 400,000,000 can
This means more than a growth in
the siae of the bean-cannmg industry
and a consquent increased demand for
cans and tin plate. The per capital
consumption is gaining. People are
eating more canned beano each year.
; In 189(1 the per capita consumption
of canned beans was less than half
a Can per person per year. In 1904
, the per capQa consumption had risen
I to 0.72 can per annum. -By 1909 the
country was using almost one can
ft year r fcr every person. Nineteen
hundred fourteep shows the per cap
ita consumption at more than two
cans a year ; Lekving out the war
period when the enormous quantities
of. canned goods used in France de-1
stroyed the comparative value of the !
■ figures,' we find that in 1921 the av-j
erage American was eating canned
beans, at the rate of 2 1-3 cans an
nually. Last year the consumption
was' over three cans per per per
In a general Way, the case of
canned beans is typical. In certain
lines the per capital consumption has
shown little increase due to the fact
that new canned goods of like nature
have been put on the market recently
and absorbed the Increased demand
without affecting the older business.
Biit when the “Big Three”, tomatoes,
beaus and corn, each run to nearly a
halt g billion cans a year, there is
considerable opportunity for the ex
pansion of the trade in canned spin
ach, [teas, asparagus, pears, peaches
pineapples, sardines, milk and all the
tempting articles so carefully guarded
by the thin gray wall of steel nnd|
tin which wc call “can.”
With ll. r »;000,000 people in the
United States using about 5,000,000,-
000 eans of food a year> the average
consumption is less than one con per
week per person. Surely the “satura
tion point,” so much discussed by
economists, has not been reached‘ 111
- this industry. ’ . •'*- 1
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THE CONCORD DAILY TRIBUNE
, SEPARATE TRIALS C
ARE NOT A LI./OWED j
Judge Rules That the Alleged Mob
| Members Must Be Tried Together. I
I Asheville. Nov. 9.—Motions by the
defense ‘counsel to separate me trials
of !}2 men. charged ' with participat
ing in the mob attack on the Bun
combe county jail the night of Satur
day. September IQtli, were overruled
|by Judge A. M. Stack, at the open- j
1 oitg the cases in Superior Court this
I The court ruled that all the eases
grew nut of the same im-ident; that j
t the'charge of conspiracy oy its very!.
I nature necessitates trying all defend-1
; ants at one time. Judge Stack said!
’ if the men were to he given individual •
trials, the court would be in session j
“fretn now until Christmas.” • 1
Lawrence Creasman, local real es-1,
tate dealer, and, Paul Pegram, failedV
to appear for trial and the court or-!
dered bonds forfeited .and the bonds-,
man to appear incourt and show Why i
the defendants had pot appeared fS*
trial. Bond in each case is $2,500.
Business No Excuse.
H.' M. Wells, attorney for Creas
map, said that his client had an im-i
.portant real estate transaction in'
Florida and he had to go to attepd
to it. Mr. Wells said the telegraph
lines to Florida are overloaded; that
he could not get a message to Vreas
man, but that be had written him and
expects him to be back for trial at
once. .fudge Stack replied that thia
was no excuse. He said with such
an important charge against him, the
defendant should Have been in eonrt
to answer .when his case was called.
Wfien defendants were being ar
raigned, H. P. Rayburn, local barber,
answered in a peculiar tone of voice,
, provoking mirth among the specta
tors. Judge Stack called Hayburn
before/the bench and inqnired if the
t defendant could not answer in a bet
| ter tone. Rayburn answered that he
could, whereupon he made answer in
an altered tone.
Thirty-two men pleaded not guilty
when their names were read out. Be
sides Pegram and Creasman who
failed to appear, there are four other
defendants upon whom service has not
been obtained by the sheriff. >
Hung up Clothes Sunday to Dry;
Jersey City, N. J., Nov. 10.—Mrs.
Mary Grieco today was found guilty
of violating the vice and immorality
act, a “blue law" by Acting Judge
William McGovern, in second crimi
nal court. Sentence was suspended.
Mr*. Grieco early Sunday morning
erected a clothes pole in her back
Many summonses were issued last
Sunday to motorists and others in var-
I iondfcew Jersey towns for violations
of H) anient laws regarding Sunday
• ottHrvanee, as the outcome of a move
• merit started by the Perth Amboy
- Ministers' association against Sunday
■ movies. Several motion picture oper
■ ators were.arrested, and theaters, golf
- clubs, restaurants and gasoline service
i stations were among the places vis
:• ited by officers.
y ON STAYING AT HOME
Wlffie Movie "'"SMakV Wife is
I Strong For » “Career” He Wants
1 • Quiet Home.
New York, Nov. 10.—Mrs. Wini
fred Hudnut Valentino, wife of
HMDplh Valentino, arriving .from
Pari; today on the Lcviatlian with
rtt.d pedigreed’ dog- under her arm*.
1 replied to' her husband’s contention ,
1 that she gave too much rime to ner
! dogl and not enough to him .with a [
pert: ' ;
j ‘,‘Pnoli! He has about eight or
j nin? dogs hidiself.”
j Although the movie “shiek" is in
■•be city, he did not meet his wife at
: the pier. The Valentiqcs are on a
i "ntnrital vacation" dup to their dis-
Iferetn-ee over the question ot a
career for Mr?, Valehtino, who pro
prfced to enter the movies.
[ , M'tv. Valentino laid nothing un
pleasant to say about her husband.
. Thhlr difficulties, she said, have
arisen over his desire to stay home
evebihgi and liis opposition to her
seeking her own career. She said he
must capitulate to her on the latter
poiht before it reunion is possible. !
It is all vefy well to have children, 1
Said Mrs. Valentino in reply to her
husband’s recent description of what
he regarded the ideal and democratic j
life, but. no woman should embark
upon tills phase of life until she is
pfepnred to give up everything for
“This," she' said emphatically, “I
will not do.”
RILI-KI) IN EFFORT TO
SAVE LIFE OF HIS DOG
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Leaps in Front of Car Near Hickory
—Driver Ordered Held For Pre
Hickory, Nov. JO.—Gidson J.
Annas. G5-yenrs old. of Saw Mills,
about ten miles from Hickory on the
Lenoir road, was almost instantly
killed late yesterday afternoon when ;
he w.t hit by a car driven by George ;
Sherrill, Jr., high school student of t
Hickory. Two eye-witnesses said that '
Mr. Annas jumped in front of the
car in an effort to catch his little
dtqt. The entire left aide of his face'
was slashed from top of the head to |
chin and both legs were broken. :
Sheriff Sherrill of Caldwell coun- !
ty. was eal'ed and he held the boy 1
for a preliminary trial next. Thurs
day afternoon. The bond was ltxed
Mr. Annas ran n little store in
Tbung Sherrill made bond and re
turned to Hickory last night-
Bed) of Richardson Taken to Salis
Salisbury, Nov. 9.—The body of
W. i). Richardson was brought here
tonight front High Poinnt, where he
★as killed last night, and will be tak
en to the home of his father in Frank
lin township. Particulars of Mr.
Richardson’s death had not been re
ceived by relatives.
In olden times the king of Easter
. Island was chosen for his ability as
a foot racer.
NEW -MEMBERS NAMED 1
ON GOVERNMENT BODV :
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Two Vttguen Added to Commission
.to Study County Government—
ltaleigb, Nov- 10.—New members
who will assi-t in the study of coun
ty government are women whom
Governor McLean today muted to
the esnSmissicn which means to do
.that big job for him.
It was undertaken by both Gov
'ernors Morrison and Hlekett, neither
| of whom could get at it as he saw the
' need, Bickett was swamped by the
war and Morrison by insufficient
data on which to base his inquiry.
This promises to be one of the big
things from McLean regime.
Governor McLean appointed Mrs.
Thomas O'Berry, of Goldsboro, and
Mi.<*i Mary Henderson, of Salisbury,
as additional member* of the com
mission for the study of county gov
ernment. -It is recalled that this
commission was appointed by Gov
ernor if clean upon reqned of the
state association of couitty ’commis-j
sioners, of wsich P. P. Spru'.l. of
Rocky Mount, is chairman- Mrs. j
! O'Berry and Mice Henderson arc ap
-1 pointed tipon the approval of Mr.
Spruli as chairman of the state as-J
r.ociation of county commissioners.
I Governor McLean today appointed
Stanley Winborne, of Murfreesboro. I
under the 1925 law to hold court in >
Lenoir county next week; regular
civil term and appointed J’. T.
Thorne, of Rqeky Mount, under the
1925 law to hold one, week civil
court, rogu'nr term, beginning No
vember 23, in Onslow county.
MELLON’S YATCH ON
NEW BERN DRYDOCK
Repairs Being Made to Rudder of the
Palatial Craft—Carries Crew of
. Nyw Bern, Nov. 10. —The band
some private yacht, “Vagabondia,”
belonging to Andrew J. Mellon,
; secretary of the treasury, is spending
j two days in New Bern on drydock
for tho repairing of a rudder, found
damaged Sunday during a day ot
rest and sightseeing near More
head City. Under command of Oap
i tain Richard Carney, With a crew of
jl6 men-, the $200,000 yacht is en
! route from New York to Miami
where in about 10 days Mr. Mellon
and several friends wi’l be mWt for
a business trip to Venezuela, where
the magnate will investigate oil in
terests. The boat is 146 feet tong,
with 20-foot beam and is conceded
to be one of the most elaborately
equipped, both inside and out, with
I more modern comforts and con
. veniences than any other private
j yacht ever seen in New Bern
,! Tearing Down Roadside Ada.
, Carrying out the provisions of a
.[bill passed by the 1925 Wisconsin
. i Legislature, workmen of the La
j Crosse highway department last week
[ | began to clear the county highways
[of billboards and other advertising
I signs. Small tin signs, wooden signs,
p | and all other typos of advertising
a mediums which obstruct the view of
passing motorists are being removed,
pursuant to the order. *
jO-54 Sooth Union Street. Concord. N. C.
New Coats Styles for Girls
With Flares and Fur Trimming
Styles in Girls’ Coats must be up to the minute,
too. They are at this Storel
« Durable, attractive ?
Winter Coats for %
school girls are
found here always
Saftdrt when needed! Made
JjV XrVN of bolivias and suede *
U ' l.\ cloths. Trimmed
/ clever, y- Priced,
Pr'A Sizes Bto 16 years
IW $5.90fl ;
inTLIXH. Muni: »
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