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|'H TH E SOUTHERN SERVES THE SOUTH
I Will the South join in
I financing its own
I railroad needs?
Southern capital is being invested in many
new enterprises along the lines of the
Southern Railway System.
An even greater gain in production and
prosperity in the South in the next ten
years than was witnessed in the last ten
But industry can expand no faster than
the railroads that bring fuel and raw ma
terials, and carry the finished products to
if * the markets of the country. Money must
be invested in railroads as well as factories,
if industry is to be efficiently served.
That much of this new railroad capital
should come from the South itself seems
II ..... a natural result of the growing investment
wealth of the South. I
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THE CONCORD DAILY TRIBUNE
SETS HIMSEI.F RIGHT
Monresville People Protest on the
Lakes-to-Floridn, Roadl Route.
"Mooresvillo, Nov. 14. —.V mass
meeting of citizens was held here ifrla
afternoon, when Senntor Lee S. Owr
| man, of Salisbury, _ set himself
straight or to the routing of the
Lakes-to-Florida highway, in whieh he
stated that he had no knowledge as
| to why the diverting of route 20 at
Statesville was ordered.
The senator stated in the outset
that the routing of the road via Salis
bury from Statesville was on absurd
ity and a monstrous joke: that al
most any tourist of intelligence would
not go seventy miles when he could
cover the same distance in 44. The
senator said that upon the request of
Mr. Carter, of Aft. Airy, he secured
a hearing for a delegation from Mt.
j Airy and other towns.
I Quite a large body of representa
' tive citizens attended the meeting. A
committee composed of Z. V. Turling
ton and P. S. Boyd, of Mooresville,
and Major .Tames Lee Sloan, of Dav
idson. was instructed to wire Chair
man Frank Page and District Com
missioner W. C. Wilkinson.
Boaarnl and Miami.
. Onpt. \Y. A- Lane says. “Ronnmi
will clean your skin while Miami
will clean your pocket honk.” Capt.
Lane relates that a man “down to
ward Atlanta" had a nice home,
-aid it and went to Florida with his
money and invested it in real estate.
The fellow lost everything he po«-
cssed and is now baek home almost
Another story is that a viuman
stopped at a filling station in Meck
'enburg county and asked the owner
that he would give her for a fender
on her Cudil ae ear. The garage mail
thought she was joking, but offered
her ten dollars. "Take it off,” said
the lady, "fill up the gas tank and
pay me the difference."
It developed that the woman had
been to Miami and lost everything
she possesod except her nice oar.
She was trying to get back home in
New York State.
French Commander Automobiles.
London, Nov. 17. —(A 5 ) —A dispatch
from Beirut to the Evening News
| says that all automobiles in the city
i have been eotnmandered for conveying
several thousand Frencli troops to
South Lebanon, the region southwest
of Damascus, where au -important sit
uation is developing.
Definite Revolutionary Movement.
Beirut, Syria. Nov. 17.—1/P)—A
definite revolutionary movement ap
pears to be developing from the hith
erto sporadic outbreaks against the
French. The Druse leaders accuse
the French authorities of trying to
foment a religious war.
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Young Wife Tells How 33^3^04
“Pagan Bargain” With. J|
Brought Them if
to Brink of ,
CAN a young married couple al
low each other “perfect free
dom” for romance—and be ha. py ?
One young wife reveals in De
cember “Smart Set” the existence
of just such an unconventional
agreement between herself and her
husband, and describes its dramatic
results. Her atory may well be
taken as one answer to the ques
tion: “What is wrong with mod
“Most likely,” she confesses, “the
way we had lived before our wed
din?, as well as afterwards, was
to blame. Belpnging to a rich and
fast-playing set in Westchester had
stolen away most of our apprecia
tion for the solid and true, leaving
us only an appetite for the things
of the f.esh pots. Our marriage
had come to mean little more than
■i convenient social arrangement
for the achievement of our indi
‘ “It’s funny how a man can be a
handsome, romantic heart-breaker
to other women, and still remain
only a husband to his wife. Never
theless, that was the truth of the
situation between Jim and myself
after six years of matrimony.
‘‘lf the shocking truth must be
told, and it should as it is part of
my story, an almost pagan con
tract had existed between us for
two years regarding our pleasure
peeking activities. Like many other
you. g couples of our acquaintance,
we went to parties mutually agreed
not to interfere with each other’s
“So that night at the masked
bail cf the fast-stepping Round
rock Country Club I was hoping to
find romance and forbidden adven
ture masquerading in the bright
Silks of a Gypsy. As I entered, a
maid gave me a pair of unmatched
earrings. A tag marked eighty
six was attached to the smaller
one, which was evidently meant for
p w oman to wear.
“ ‘Madame must go down to the
grand salon. There the gentleman
holding earring number eighty-six
wm claim her,’ explained the maid.
“A few minutes later a tall,
charming masquerader was sitting
beside me on a secluded divan tell
ing me how delighted he was at his
good fortune in drawing the mate
to my earring.
•“You and I,’ he was saying, ‘are
not supposed to unmask or to tell
each other our names until the
hour of twelve. But I don't like
this rule. It would be tragedy if
Wednesday, November 18. 1*25
Centenary of the birth of Susan L.
Mills, who with her husband founded
Mills College in California.
Twenty years ago today Prince
Charles, of Denmark (now King
Haakon VII.), was elected king of
- Hot Springs, Ark., is to be the
meeting place today of the annual
general convention of the United
Daughters of the Confederacy.
J to Break A
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CHICAGO— World consumption
Sr;., i» je
of t St
55 iStofi conducted with the
: |fc 11 H* UMM only my hmmbmnd
W . • . / did not mm f»
mint/ hiak Laming onodWt
—well, suppose a dt«a has such a
partner as you and some unfore- j
seen thing happens to separate
them before twelve? He’d be mis
erable the rest' of his life if he
failed to find you again.’
‘“Ah! but wouldn’t it be lots
more fun and romantic, too,’ I told
him, bubbling inwardly, ‘if we did
stick to the rule. We can give
each other names, real Spamsh
sounding names. Let us forget that
the water out yonder is only Long
Island Sound. It is the sea beyond
a balcony of old Barcelona, and
ybu are really Pedro and I ant
“When I arose to dance with
‘Pedro’ for the third time I was
; sure that I understood what it
means to own a Gypsy heart. We
drifted out of the ballroom to a
; rear veranda, and from there down
steep stone steps, and over a
flagged walk to a grove that veiled
' the moon-lit water.
"We had passed out of the woods
' and were standing on a sort of
. point that seemed enchanted when
I he took my hand and pointed to
i two masqueraders on the shore. •
The man was Jim. I recognized -
1 him without so much as a gasp or
■ start. He was only my husband, C
> who had somehow, it seemed, failed
■ to offer me romance. I did not
1 seem to mind his kissing another
i woman. They had unmasked.
1 “Pedro’s fingers strayed over my
• upturned face, tugging slightly at
■ my mask. At their touch I delib
• erately lifted my Ups to him. For \
a tiny instant I spw the stars red- <
» ing like drunken fire-flies against !
i the heavens. My kiss was not one <
t that a woman rives Ughtly to a '
. man. And Pedro's was one in which !
, I found all the fascination of ro>
[ mance.” 1
The December “Smart Set” story. !
i which has the title “A Pagan Bar- i
i gain,” describes the dramatic se- 1
qud to this situation. It shows 1
i how nature, the desire of one mm
I for one woman and of one woman
t for one man, can very neatly upset
! all the modern ideas of “perfect
! Delegates from all sections of the i
United States will gather in Boston
today for the annual meeting of the •
1 National Consumers’ League.
Leading representatives of agricnl
e ture, transportation and industry will 1
g meet In New York today to consider
f the “Great American crop of Taxes,”
amounting to $10,000,000,000 a year,
e The conference is said to be sponsored
il by the National Grange, the National
I Dairy Union and the American Farm
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