Mcfc&y, Dec. tS, 1025
M a y this gentleman so ,
liiyifiSl From out his crowded
Scatter gifts along your
' ' fwi Stfnot a thing you’ll lack!
NORTH CAROLINA GIRL ,
becomes staegb tout
Miu'rva Arrington KV-rihan. For
merly Charlotte, Attains Suc-
New YHrk, Iflbo.A North
Darolina &oiety girl is the latest ad
iffitiidn tojie long list of stage work
ers who ®ve come from thS south.
She is, Minerva Sherman, who had
been selected as the understudy for
Miss Vioitt Homing, the star of Wil
liam Hnrlbut’s latest suceess,
He great-granddaughter of a gov
ernor of North Carolina, coming
from and marfsed into fvvo illus
trious families. Miss Sherman is
making her' first professional appear
Miss Sherman is actually Minerva
Arrington' Sherman, of Charlotte,, N.
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C.. told New York. She is the wife 1
of ’•Charles Austin ifi|ferman, Jr.,, of
New York City, sorlott of a noted,
family here. slstoT Sherman w*s'
Minerva 0. Arrington, of Charlotte,
and she had made numerous -appear
uneees throughout North Carolina in
various little theater and amateur
productioins. Last summer she was
A featured performer in 4 special
pageant present; in Asheville,. N.' C„
where she has a Summer resiilenee.
Miss Sherman, ns she is known
professionally, is the great-grand-,
da lighted of jGovernor Todd R. Cald
well, ,of North Carolina, and of:
Major-General Wgrd. of *■ Kentucky.
She came to New York as the young
and pretty bride of “Charley” Sher
man of Yale ’2l, son of O- Austin
Sherman a governor of the exclusive
Union club here. Only last year two
portraits of thrf souhern belle, each
.*■ . i ■
by a noted artist, Were hung in
Rhfelnbortlt’s and the Anderson Gftl
leries* and tv ere viewed by New
York’s social set With Interest.
Sportlife, a Iviacfadden publication,
in its \ January issue is filled with
stories of sports of every kind. “What
the Tennis Season Showed*” by Carl
R. Getx, hits the high spots In tennis.
“The Most Picturesque Character of
the Prize King” is the story of Tom
Sharkey, one of the most feared men
of the, nng and the comeback he is
stagihjju “Tales From the Tall Tim l
her” Introduces you 'to -“Tennessee
Higginbohtanv” of Apache Canyoft.
New Mexico, a little sketch of a
motorfHtrr phltosoidmr and' fits- every
day encounter with bears. “The
“Dog-sled Derby” IS an account of
the picturesque dog-Sled races of the
North, by Edjtat Forest Wolfe.
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THE CONCORD/DAILY TRIBUNE
House chiefs have drawl
ok south. ■ ••!
Washington, Dee. 28.—Congressman
jFinis J, Gnrrctt, floor,
leader in the new House Os Hepresen
ts t : vex, as he was in the last one.
has a distinct southern drawl, which
is natural, for Garrett is a Tennes
But how comes it that Congress
man John Q. Tilfton, Kepubliean floor
leader, who represents the third Con
neetiAit district, also drawls like a
’southerner? The answer is that Til
son is a Yankee only by He,
too, was born in Tennessee, and grew
up there. While a student at Yale he
took a fancy to New Riven and stay
ed there. v
Tennessee, then cMffcs as native
sons both big party door leaders in
the lower house df Congress. That
Is. indeed, the “Hdjt and Hominy”
state’s proud distinction.
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Mrs. Alice Roosevelt Lqngwbrtli at
tends the sessions of the House of
Representatives, as a spectator, al
tnost as regularly us her husband at l
tends theta, as a member and as spaak
dr. j V'
Mrs. Longwwth his a lorgnette and
makes frequent use of it.
She alft-ays brings With her a hand
bag, which fk the subject of a lot'of
Of all monster handbags
that handball, is the great-great
grandmother. It's almost as big ax an
oldfaxhioßed carpetbag. Whfct in the
World does the Speaker’s wife have to
lug around with her that requires as
enormous rttotraption? It wouldn’t
be polite to ask. probably, diut plenty
of people are wondering.
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Nearly- alt the senators ffhve auto
mobiles. Any number of the repre
sentatives ride in street ears. Why is
this? Senators ami representatives
are paid alike. Generally speaking
the, Senators are no richer than the
representatives. No explanation seems
to be available. It's just a\fact. with
no particular wily or wherefore.
CAUSE SCORE OF DEATHS
Evert Lower’ Temperatures Tonight
Are Predicted For Som» Places.
Freezing in Georgia,
New York. Dec. 27-—Zero weather
swept over the northern states to
day from the Rockies to the Atlan
tic, pushing freezing -tetuperatures be
fore it into the south.
Yearly a score of deaths have re
sulted iu the two days from the
; frigid wentiier born on the.northwest
wind of yesterday. Continued cold
and in some places even lower-ttem
poratureri. were predicted by the
weather bureau tonight iu issuing
storm warnings along, the Atlantic
Kcabooardi from Boston to Cape Hat
terns and parts of the Allegheny's
also recorded minus t temperatures,
x Netfr' " gero hykHther was reported ’iu
NortJi Carolina and Virginia with
Georgia recording freezing weather!
The cutting wind which brought
deanth and property damage iu many
sectioilM was acclaimed along the
Penobscot river in Maine as a bene
factor. Ice jams which have flooded
many power stations recently, will
cease with the severe Cold, which
promises Jo freeze the river solid for
Seaweed Is Table Delicacy in Japan
—Declared Nutritious. .
Tokyo. Nov. 23.—(A 5 )—Seaweed in
Japan is a dinner delicacy—for the
Japanese. In fact, the harvesting of
seaweedds one of Japan’s large in
- Os the many species of the weed,
gathered from the bottom of »the sea,
the Japanese Tangle (Laminaria ,la
poniCa) is most pojHilar tie cause of
it* flavor and, refreshing taste. This
\yc.cd grows abundantly ip the cold
seas off Hokkaido and is harvested
during the summer months. Tin
yearly harn'cet off Hokkaidil alone is
estimated at 200,000.000 pounds.
While this sen weed is relative! v
ehcaj). food chemists claim it is very
nutritious and coatalms much “Vit
amine A." the food element lacking
ih polished rice. | ■ »
Teacher: “Jimmy, where is'the
North Pole." ,
Jimmy: “I don’t know.”,
Teacher: "You don’t know.”
Jimmy : "No, ma’am, if nil foe ex
plorers codildu-t find it, how can you
expect me to knew "where it is?"
Be An i
Use Only the
* r DINNER STORIES
• " s;
An army officer was showing his
fair guest about the campd when a
“Vybat’s that for.” the fair one in
“That’s tatoo." the officer explained.
“Oh, I understand,” she remarked.
“I’ve often seen it on soldiers’ arms,
but I did not know they had * spe
cial time tor doing it„” »
Doctor: “Remember and take a
spoonful of this tonic after every
i ; Patient: “Yes, but who is to fur
nlsh the meals.”
“Dnnber may be a great artist,”
•aid the sweet young thing, "but he
ttrtainly has a peculiar way of paint
ing his pictures.”
“Why, how is that?” asked tier
./"Well, when I visited his studio
fecently" and asked him about
work, he told me he painted his great
est pictures on empty stomach.”
During a performance there was a
sudden eommotioh on the back of the
stage, irod the manager dashed be
’jUiil. "Look here.” he Said, "what is
all this row about?”
. A scene shifter smiled broadly.
"D'ye know the magician who cats
fib*?" he said. "Welt he just put
the wrong end of a cigar in his
'jf Itil] ('oiler-tor : “Shall t call toinor-
GlYonng Lawyer: “Do. Call often.
Pfeiple will think you’re a client And
that may bring others.”
--Author: "Miry, I’ve made a mls
tike in my calling—l’m not an author,
but a born chemist.”
His Wife: "What makes you think
Author: “Well, every book I vtrite
become a drug on the market.”
,In a recent golf tournament for
Hock Island employes held At Herring
ton. Kas., James Hume, a section
bund, won against a field which in
cluded a number of the highest offi
cials of the railway system.
It is an error to say that Fja(nk
iin’s kite experiment led to 'the con
struction of lightning roils. We have
Franklin's own words ’that the kite
experiment followed the rods.
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KATH A SIMP
WHAT IS TO BE DONE?
Goldebkro, News. *
Almabt a down young, boy*, tang
ing in age from 14 to 19, were ar
rested yesterday by city policemen,
charged with participation in a num
ber of store-breakings which have oc
curred in Goldsboro this week. A
"number of the boys are old oWenders,
but severs) protested that it was
their first experience in violating
the law, and- that they were led into
committing, or aiding in committing,
the unlawful act« by their more
calloused companions. Court records
confirmed the assertions of the
youths who claimed to have hereto
fore . lived law-abiding lives.
The pity of it is that through
their thoughtless act they have
brought griel to mothers aud fathers,
whose hearts will ache upon learning
•>f the misdheds of their children,
misdeeds indulged in during a
moment of recklessness, when they
forgot parental admonitions.
It is indeed a problem for the
law-enforcement officials of the city.
The lives of some of the boys may be
ruined by the disgrace that will ac
company prison sentences, but, on
the other hand, if they are released
withtut being punished, they may be
inclined to consider their escapades
in the nature of a .humorous prank
to be repeated whenever the urge
comes upon them. If they are pos
sessed of any degree of. intelligence,
such an idea would not .'appeal to
them, and their naftow escape from
humiliation both to themselves and
their loved ones might be the making
The News does not condone the
acts of the boys. They did wrong,
and those whose duty it is to meet
out justice mut not be,lax in the per
formance of their duties, but justice
can often be tempered with mercy,
especially in the instance of first of
fender*. It is deplorable, indeed,
that when so many youths should
have become embroiled in the break
ing of the law. but is it not possible
to weed out the leaders—who are
probably those who have police
records—and deal with them in such
a manner as to more or lass nullify
their evil influence?
It is the sworn duty of the police
to protect the property of all citizens
insofar as they cun, and 1 to appre
hend the offenders when property,
rights have been violated. The Golds
boro police are to be commepded for
their efficient tvork in rounding up
the yftung men, but we must look to
the future. We cannot afford to im
print the stigma of crime upon every
youth who happens for once to fail
by the wayside.
Justice and mercy can be So blend
ed as to lift up, ihstead of push deep-'
er into the mire.
The Dartmouth College -Out Club,
founded in l!)0o to conduct tlie win
ter sports ni the New Hampshire in
stitution, now has more than IKOO
members on its rolls. The club main
tains a chain of twelve cabins, with
more than 100 miles of trail, and an
nually stages a great carnival of
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The regular annual meeting of the
■stockholders of tire Citizens Bank ans
Trust Company will be held in the
office of said hank in the City of Con
conk N. C., on Monday, January IJ,
1926. at ten o’clock A. M.
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iPHONE 122 SOUTH CHURCH ST.
Wanted: More Trukeys and Fat
Hens for New Year's Trade f
Must be delivered by Tuesday noon, December 29th.
Will pay 30c per pound for Eat Turkeys and 18c per
pound for Heavy Hens.
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Deep and Shallow Well Pumps for Direct or Alter
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—Phone 669 Concord, N. C.
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We do not use any Lubricants except Alemitfc Trans
mission, Differential aud Chasis lubricants, one which al
lows the easy shifting of gears even in Zero weather, and
greatly reduces friction.
Get alcohol in your radiator before it freezes.
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