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■Saturday, Nov. 28/1025
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Tlie delivery ticket,
“Refreshed by Bob's” in
dicates the BEST in dry
cleaning, like the coupon,
i of a Liberty Bond de
| notes its SECURITY as
an investment. You ean
■ not get more SAFETY
in workmanship and in.
prompt service. Bank on ■
Handsomely Engraved Visiting Cards,
100 for from $2.35 to $4.00, includ
ing plate. From old plate, $1.50
v P er 100. _ Times-Tribnne office, ts.
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The root W all evil docs n*mau very
little good when it copies from the
If you,can make your handkerchiefs
do ji fgw more weeks you will get i
some new ones for Christmas.
Furnaces are different from hus-j
Husbands go on/- and get ljt,
but furnaces are lit. and go out.
These chilly mornings we envy the
man in North Dakota who lias
kers 17 feet long.
liaising a baby scientifically would
: be all right if the baby could read the
book the same-as you.
In Rome, a singer has a ring worth
20,000 lire, but Amejicap liars are
Women and Smoking.
| The National Zeitung, a German
; paper, recently conducted n syroposi
, um on tlie question, is it proper for
women to. smoke? So far replies
■ received • indicate that the German
opinion is about equally divided. Some
implore tlie ladies of that country not.
to ruin their beauty! teeth, etc., by
smoking. Others deny that smoking
is detrimental. Still others assert
that to be kissed by a woman who
smokes Is no joy for most men. Selina
Harden, all authoress of repute, is i
tile champion of the women Who smoko!
in private. She says that the cig-i
arette becomes a neees.sary stimulus j
for a fatigued nervous system, whetli- i
er the fatigue comes from mental la- !
bor or social eigencies, but she cm- !
phnticftlly eondcimis smoking in pub- !
lie as •‘unwomanly and unladylike.” f
The newly organized Young Men’s 1
Anti-Tobacco league of Leipzig pledged ■
themselves not to marry a woman \
who smoked, bobbed her hair, drank
strong drinks or used rmige. Tlie
league claims that 20 per cent of Che
cigarettes sold go to women, who thus
| lose their complexion, eta.,- and seek .
j to bring it back with rouge and lin
A New York judge says cigarette
smoking has become so prevalent
among wemen that many babies are
overcome by tobacco fumes when their,
mothers sing them to sleep.-
Mrw. Ruth J. Maurer, president of
the American Cosmetic*’ Society, de
clares that cigarette smoking by wom
en produces slopiug lines at the cor
nel’s of the.mouth, making curves that
| wilj “makeß deep lines‘of sadness that
1 will kill a happy ; expression in o’<l
age. The whiles of tile, eyes will
| yellow, too, from a toe ardent use' of.
cigarettes; the teeth become yellow,
and the skin in ..time will become yel
low. Cigarette smoking jgiPt kill lier
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A questionnaire was recently, sub
mitted to* 300 men students in the
University of California as to the kind
of woman desired for a life compan
ion. A eempowite picture taken from
I the 300 Replies included the very spe
i Cific condition That she should not
Practical Gasoline Substitute.
The chief chemist of the burenu of.
mines, , Dr. A. B. FieMnn-, . thinks
Americans should now be working
oil '-a substitute for gasoline. The
iogical source, for such a substitute
is coal. In.-an address before the
American Chemical Society Dr.
. raddner said:
“The gradual failure of the yenr'y
output of petroleum gasoline to meet
the increasing needs of the automo-
Gve industries, with the Ainsetiuont
j rise in prices of motor fuel, should
stimulate the e-arborization of coal
|by both high arid Jftw t&npernturc 7
j processes. 'The automobile may .vet
help to bririg about, to no small rte
| gree, that desired niilietiium when
| the atmosphere of Pittsburgh will be
!as free from smoke as tvliCii George
[Washington first' belielll the beautiful
! valley of the Monoitgnheln river:
•‘This ratiqiate aim cun be ac
| romplislied by processing all Coal,
except perhaps inferior grades, by
carbonization mcthmls. yielding
gases, solids and smoke less fuels.”
THE CONCORD bAILY TRIBUNE
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Washington. Nov. 27.—Coilgress
mkn Davey, of Ohio, is mild of man-1
nrir, but he has nerve.
Otherwise he never would have dar-‘
ed to apnoitnce his authorship of a
bill to supend all civil service l-uses
for two that President Coo'.idgc
may separate 100,000 to 200.000 fed
eral employes from half a billion dol
hu»’ worth of jobs.
Davey says hlmse’f, that his bill, if
passed, “will, for a limited period, give
more power to. the president (u He-
I publican Pres : dent aud Davey’s a
pemoerat) in time Tis peace than has
beta exercises by any war president.”
Politicians know very well that it'n
‘ risky to tire public servants, and the
! move an administration tires, the risk
: ler it Is. Still, the leaders would be
inclined to take that r-k at present,
hi the interest of a big saving, which
would please the country even if it
f did create a good many sore heads.
, Blit civil Iserviee rules stand in the
, way 1 of much firiiqt ’ |
1 Suspiending. them \doubtless has oc
. currcd to the administration folk long .
> beftne now. Yet how could they take
. the initiative V Their motive, would be
questioned, of course. They'd be ac
cused of attemptiig a general cleanout
: in order to get tlieir own henchmen in.
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Now Congressman Davey, a D-.-iuo-
I crat. steps into the breach.
I His bill unquestionably is a gen
•' tine eeonnmy measure. Tlie govern
ment's eeeutive personnel ought to
be cut down. If the administration
i is as nervy as Davey the bill will got
1 its support (if so. it will be odd to
see a Republican administration back
ing A Deniocratie congressman's hilt)
but it wiil be hard fottglit too. V
It's noteworthy that the first broad
side against it comes from one of
Davey’s fellow Democrats, Congress-1
man Black, of New York.
Now It’s “Mr,. America.”
The annua! affair at Atlantic City
of selecting a pretty girl jas “Miss
America" lias led some venturesome
males to put forward one of their
•.:uin ,»cx (as “Mr. America.”
Tile women.folk (and some ims
bauiX toc!) may be surprised to learn
that, in addition to being, heralded us
a typical American. Wilfred S. Tur
ner. of Nashua, N. 11.. recipient of.
the honor, is also acclaimed “Amori
cnls .perfect man.” The doctors '«>f
Manclie-tcr. N. 11., say soy, if tiiat ,
clinches the urgmnent. Turner was
found to be an almost 100. per cent.
-specimen l cf mauiicod, according to tlie
imqlical men. And, what is more.
Mgs. Turner says lie is a model Ims
lOxttrcise and lift meat, according to
Turner, keep him in good shape.
“Reef- steak is the enemy cf beauty,
fn my ojiin'toii,” ventures Mr. Atner-;
• ica.'fti “J hive not eaten more than 1
bblfc-a dosiou steaks in my life. T
eat hot milk and toast for breakfast,
a light lunch and a fairly heavy din
ner composed largely of vegetables.
T never drink coffee or tea and smoke
very little. I get at least eight
hours of sleep efer.v night." Tur
ner is an athlete and served in the
Os dark complexion, Mr. America
•lias dork brown hair and hazel eyes.
As for other details: Age, 2<j; height.
5 fccS 7 ; weight, \ 153 ; chest, TO
inches expanded; thigh, 22: waist.
30; 7 1-2; neck. 12—ahem lanklc, 8
Origin of Japanese Race.
I)r. Ityiizo Torii. one of the fore
most anthropologists in Japan, docs
not agree with those scientists t-who
believe, that the. J a par, (-sc race jai'igi
nutrd on the islands of the. South
Se««. The larger part of the stock
from which the rm-e devc’otied mi
grated from Kqrea. Siberia and
Manchuria, according to Dr. To|-ii.
'T'hcrc were different Iribcs living on
this island between the prehistoric
and protobistorir ages who -used
brouz instruments. Xh« designs on
copper drums wliich_ have been un
earthed in various parts of Japun nrc
similar to those which havey been
found in Yunuai, Indo-ChUla and
Siam, There is a great deal Os evi
dence; pointing to Malay origin, but
the overwhelming pvoporlioin ot tlie
evidence points to Korea, Manchuria
The first, notable chess congress in '
America was field in New Y'ftrk city
I l-i: Let Your
! Next Battery I
i . , Y - :ii
Use Only the j;
He’d Rather Ride, Just the Same
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Ir- David A. Porter of Austin, Texas, is 92 and went to California in Vie
pld rush of 1849. He's fond of modern life, and Remarks "They say the
I BtomobJle is carrying the young people to hell, but even so, I maintain
ilt is better v ride than to walk.”
V TODAY’S EVENTS f
,Saturday, November 28, I»2.'>
Centcmti'y of the birth of John H.
Manny, inventor of one of the first
successful reaping machines.
Om- hundred years ago today died '
Gen. Maximilien St-basjien Foy, a
French genera', and statesman of much
‘ Many prominent representatives of
l American Jewry will gather in Baltt
’ luftre today for the National Palestine
'David Warfield, xvh m some critics
of tin- drama consider to he the great- .
est living American .actor, today eh-.
ters upon his sixtieth year.
1 From all sections' of ‘tlie United
States and Canada representatives of
the, livestock and agricultural indus
tries will , throng Chicago today for
, the, opening of tlie annual Intel na
tional live Stock Expositr n and the
, en Ureft,tiOn_ of numerous organizations
of farmers and stock glowers
The bUtck, gold and gray of the
army, and the blue and gold of the j
navy wiil fly above the Polo Grounds!
in New York today in honor, of the
annual football match between the ca
rets of West Point and Annapolis.
As in the past, the game this year is
expected to attract a brilliant gather
ing ;of society folk and other visitors
from all sections of tlie country.
liilkens showed up with a set of
hand-carved features that resembled
the field after Chateau-Thierry.
"for goodness sake!” gasped a
friend. "What happened to your face?
I Seen, in an accident?"
Nope," returned Bilkens sadly. "A
deaf and dumb barber shaved me and
he was feeling chatty.”
Weather Expert—When I say it s
going to be a clear day, it rains; and
win u I say it’s going, to rain, it's a
good day. They'll sack Wo next!
Assistant —Stick lo local showers,
old man; there must be some local
EVERETT TRUE BY CONDO
IN THE. i>|NlN<3. ’RgON. X'(l CSOINS. TO RUN
TH& SNSEPeR OV£-R THV.S Rvj S. <
the scnss ox* that, now 1 ' 1
i ■DON J 'T seats. ABOUT IT 1
TH-At NeeDS CCEANINCi 111
Now Voik Mirror.
Johnny to my nephew : ‘"Stop pull
ing the cat's tail." "I'ifl not pulling
liis tail."' he replied. "He's doing
’thlh pulling." «. m
Hobby receiVefl (liu invitation
out to dinner. Before starting out
his mother told him not to forget to
say a few words in pra se of every
thing he saw. The first eour<e was
progressing when he remembered his
words. Turning to his hostess, he
said: “This is good soup, what thAre
j>s of it..;' Then feeling that he ligd
, ,-ajd v sotnething wrong, he' added,
"But there is plenty of it, sufch as, it
As little Tommy came into 'the
classroom, crewing gum. his teacher
remarked. ■•Tommy, didn’t T tell yon
to thr w that chewing gum in the
, W'ste basket?”
; "I did,” came the prompt answer,
i “When what are you chewing now?"
Masked tile teacher.
"Oh. this is a different piece,” he
Brmrtnber the Copper Toes?
Discouraged Ids many chil
dren wore tlu l fobs of their shoes out
faster than he could afford to buy new
ones. George Turner cut some pieces
from a sheet of copper he had handy,
and fastened them into the shoe. He
■found the shoes outwore any three
-pa'rs he had ever bought. He pat
ented the idea, making his chum cover
copper, stiff#- . aird yrther niftnls for
shoe tips, and made mare money’frmi
it than he could have wrested from
his farm in a lifetime. Copper-toed
siloes became tile rage, ams children
cried for them. For many years they
were in use, especially in smaller
towns and rural communities.
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SHOES OF REFINEMENT
Six New Styles This Week
FOR YOUR APPROVAL
1.1 Discard your shaffy shoes’laid get into a pair of these neat dressy
j“j new ones and get the benefit of a full season’s wear, they’re the pret-
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|,l | Chowder for your hens ,
Cow Chow for your cows
; j Omolin for your horses and mules
Pig Chow for your hogs ! 1
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; | w e carry groceries of most anything to eat * If
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, being foremost .in’ the minds of the people at this time
s ' we wish to take this opportunity to Thank our friends ;
and patrons for the'liberal support given us during the
, ’We respectfully solicit a continuation of your patron
age and pledge you even belter service for the future. ' * 2
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| R. H. OWEN, Agent
g ..Phone 669 Concord, N. C. S
Mirrors Are So A Mew Venetian
Decorative and *
They Cdst to Little
wc ever, shown .
H. B. WILKINSON
Out of the High Rent District
Concord, Kannapolis Mooresville China Gcove
j CYLINDER REBORING I
, bave installed a Rottler Reboring machine so that we can re- jjr *
;; bo . rc tae cylinders of cars and tit new pistons, rings and wrist pins B r ,
without removing the motor from the frame, thereby saving a large i
labor charge. Just give us a trial andiconvince yourself.
j carry a full line of Goodrich Tires, Tubes, Pltton Rings and
: t ins, Rueco brake lining, Spurt on Horns, PrestO-JLite Batteries, 1 ~
* » hue Auto Soap and Polish and Genuine Ford Parts.
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