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•Thursday, Dec. 31, 1925
Eigglf J NINETEEN HUNDRED TWENTY-SIX
*> makes up his record book,
' WE »OPE THEREIN HELL FIRMLY FIX
*°» VOU A GOOD-LUCK NOOK!.
Domestic Trouble of Turks Headed to
, Divorce Court.
’ Constantinople, Dee. 30.—A clause
in the new Turkish civil code puts
an end to oje of the bitterest phases
of wouienhi subjection, the right of n
man to divorce Us wife at will and
with no trial.
iis- Henceforth divorce will he granted
M 0,, 1y by decrees -of the courts and only i
R lot such causes as insanity, desertion, J
| Unfaithfulness. Women now will '
I stand the same chances as men for!
I Winning a divorce suit, whereas in the’
I past, only about one woman in a thou-
I sand was able to gain a dcree
I , ? I< ‘^- w^ordin K tu ll'e old Moslem
I law, which originated some 1.400
I years ago in the Arabian desert, could I
I divorce a wopmn by the simple expe- I
I dlent of making the statement before
I two witnesses or writing ‘'l divorce
I so and so,” which needed only the
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, signature of two witnesses to receive
the O. K. ot the judge. This easy
procedure naturally, led to an enor
mous number of divorces as may be
judged by the fact that-in Constan
tinopte alone during the past three
! months 298 divorces have been regis
j tered. y
j This can not bo retroactive so that
| the rumored attempt of Latife Han
ouni to have annulled the president’s
j divorce from her last August can
! n °t be successful, for according to the
old law Kemal Pasha was entirely in
his rights in ousting her with a mere
sweep of «tbe pen.
The annual University of Illinois
i relay carnival, one of the big events
of the in the mid-west,
will be held on February 26th and
.27th in the armory at Champaign. ”
T" 1 * THE CONCORD DAILY TRIBUNE
Prodigy 5, Talks Like a LaFollctt*.
Rangoon, India. Dec. 30. —A sensa
tion has been created m Burmah by
the appearance of a prodigy, the five
year-old son of a Burmese fisli dealer,
who is said to be ableyto address im
mense meetings with the eloquence
of a LaFollette, Briahd of 1 Lloyd
George. v -
Tbe prodigy's name is Tun Kyine.
and it is said that he can speak for
hours on end in the most brilliant
His speeches are generally about
Buddhist Ethics and moral philoso
phy. The superstitious people of the
district are disposed to treat Tun
Kyine as a reincarnation of some an
.clent Buddhist preacher;
The* henpecked husband can al
ways get his own weight—on the
WHITE HOUSE "SEASON” IS
ON WITH A BANG.
BY CHARLES P. STEWART.
NBA Service Writer.
Washington President Cbolifigc
doesn't like Coming down stairs to
the strains of "Hail to the Chief,’j
blared oyt by the Marine Band. v
It’s been the custom at past White
Th*» present president doesn't be
lieve it's the right idea sos-a host to
appear among his guests with a
brass band tooting his own hogay
So 1 at the dipionuttic reception
tyhicii opened the Whiter Howe “sett
-son” of 1925-26 a few evenings ago
the Marine Band cut out “Hail to
the Chief.” It placed, but it played
nothing calculated to be interpreted
ps advertising for “the .big chief,”
with the president in that role.
• • *
Th£ guests at' the diplomatic re
ception weren’t so modest.
They had no bands, but the clothes
those diplomats wore! Who says
women an- more stuck on themselves
than men? B asing with many colors,
heavy with gold braid and incc,
plastered with medals, jangling with"
s'words, the men at thnt reception—
most of them—outshone the women
far and away.
Mrs. Coolidge wore a train. Not
many Other women did. Short even
ing dresses were the rule—short nt
the bottom and short at the top.
Princess ‘Antoine Biblcsco, the
Rumanian minister’s wife, was
especially the latter. It was u won
der how she kept it on.
Neither horses nor sheep will eat
the “horse sorrel” or “sheep sorrel"
that grows on thousands of acres of,
arid land that lime would remedy.
Twr Inche s.—Choking and Smothering
Relieved;—A Liniment Did It.
Mrs. Geo. Baldwin. College Place.
Columbia. S. C.. says she will gladly
tell or write her full experience to
any one nbout Sorbol Quadruple, a
Gtt more information from Sorbol
Company, Medianiesburg. Ohio, all
drug stows or locally at Gibson Drug
‘‘Heet” Relieves Instantly
With npplieator attached to eoric'
just brush “Ileet” over the pain area
Whether in knees, feet, legs, hand?
shoulders, back, neck or body. In
stantly, you feel this harmless, glori
ous, penetrating heat draw the pain
soreness and stiffness right out of the
aching or swollen joint, muscle oi
nerve. Besides, “Heet” scatters the
congestion and establishes a cure.
“Heet” contains two soothing, pene
trating ingredients, too expensive to
use in ordinary liniments or anal
gesics. “Heet” is a clean, pleasant
liquid; doesn't stain, blister or irri
tate the skin and costs qnly 60 cents
it any drug store.
The regular annual meeting of the
stockholders of the Citizens Bank anj
Trust Company will be held in the
office of said bank in the City of Con
cord,. N. C., on Monday, January 11,
1926, at ten o’clock A. M,
C. L. PROPST,
_ / Cashijr.
Trib. M.-Thnrs.-td. /
Let Your }
Next Battery j
Use Only the |
CRIPPLED FOR LIFE
Colonel John Coolidge Will Probably
Never Again Regain Use of Legs.
Due to Poor Circulation.
Plymouth, Vt., Dec. 29. —Colonel
John p. Coolidge. the President's
father' was very “Comfortable” his
physician reported late today- He
rat up in hisNvhee! chair for half an
hour and apparently was not
fatigued by the exertion. But he has
lost the use of his legs through faulty
blood circulation and his physician.
Dr. Albert W. Y'ram, of Bridgewater,
saidythe chance of his ever regaining
the use of them was remote.
The defective circulation, Dr.
Cram explained, has prevented the
proper amount of blood from reach
ing the nerves in the parts affected,
and the result is a sort of paralysis.
The result is not to be attributeu to
the "heart blocks” front which the
colonel has suffered and which
caused his serious illness of several
weeks ago. The poor circulation, Dr.
Cram said, is due rather to old age,
lowered vitality and other causes not
readily analyzed. t
Dr. Cram said there was no im
mediate reason to fear paralysis of
other parts of the blldy.
‘•Colonel Coolidge. is cheerful.” the
physician declared, “but. he is plain
ly discouraged over the loss of the
jjse of his legs. He takes great in
terest in the published reports about
him ami I am having some one read
tßtro to him.”
Dr. Cram was in telephonic com
munication with Major James F-
CblipaJ. the President’s physician in
Washington,- but the prssibility of
the latter's cnrniug to Plymouth waV
SEEK MEANEST MAN
He Stole Overcoat of Johnnie Wil
kins. Blind, cn Winter’s ((oldest
Wilmiugton, Dec. 29.—Police# here
arc seeking a person whom ‘ they
designate ns the meanest man in the
world, the one who’ stole an over
coat toom a blind man on 'the cold
est day of the year Johnnie Wilkins,
white, totally blind, who runs a pea
nut stand in the business district
left his overcoat unguarded, a moment
while he went to borrow a wrench
with which to repair his roasting
machine. He returned to fiud the
overeoat missing. The police were
notified and a prominent citizen
made Wilkins a present of a new and
Ccngrtssinan VV'afkon’s Bill Against
Norristown, Pa.. Herald.
Be it enacted by the Senate and
House of Representatives of the Unit
ed States of America in Congress as
sembled: That hereafter it shall be
unlawful for any person or concern
to send unsolicited through the mails
pH reels of merchandise for the pur
pose of sale to the addressee. Postal
employees shall decline to receive or
forward such parcels and postmasters
may require persons aud concerns con
ducting business in this manner to es
tablish to the satisfaction of such
pdsttnasters that parcels offered for
mailing have been ordered by the ad
The postal service shall not aid or
assist by the investigation of losses
qf any merchandise, by the transmis
sion of money in payment of mer
chandise, cr by otherwise, any persons
or concern doing business, in whole
or in part, by a method or practice
of sending to addresses merchandise
which has not been ordered by such
address or on their behalf. And the
postmaster general shall ajlojit surtt
regulations as may be necessary and
proper to enforce this law.
A new world's record has been I
made by an oil-electric car, tried out
recently by the Canadian National
Railways. This car crossed* Canada
from Montreal to Vancouver, a dis
tance of 2,937 miles, in sixty-seven
Many gondolas in Venice are fitted
with broadcast receivers, which pick
up tlic programs from Rome and
EVERETT TkUE BY CONDO
ffIRDON TWS IN'r(SRf?O'PTIO(Vj. Nje/<2.HOOR*
Mrs. Asker: “Mrs. Nayber says she
has a man bo do all her disagreeable
housework, such as sweeping, clean
ing/ washing, ironing, etc., I won
der if I couldn’t got,the same man to
do my work?" ,
Mrs. Teller: “No, you ain’t get that
man; Mrs, Xa.vber has a cinch on
him—lie’s her husband.”
Lady (Jto dog fancier). —“Here,
take fliis animal back. You said be
was a bird dog and he hasn’t sung
a note the whole two weeks we’ve
Lodger.—*“This steak is like a
cold day in June, Mrs. Smith—very
Land’ady (coolly).—“And -your
bill is like March weather—very un
“What’s Heleji doing?”
“Making a shrimp salad.”
“X didn’t know we had any shrimp
in the house.”
"We haven’t, but there’s one going
to call on her Hi is* evening."
She: “Are you in favor of women
taking part in, public affairs?"
He: "It’s all right if you really
want the affairs public.”
Misrtess: “Why don’t you boil the
('ook: "Sure, I’ve no clock in the
kitchen to go by." J
Mistress: “Oh. yes, you have.”
Cook : "What good is it? It’s ten
Mrs. Nextdore: “I noticed your
'house all lighted up last night.”
Mr. Hiraflf Offum : “Yes. Our cook
just completed a week's service with
us and we were giving her a party
in honor of the occasion.”
Cook: “I can't break the ice. mum.”
Mistress: "That's very strange,
Bridget. Did you try letting it
IiOS Angeles is filling with star
golfers, both amateur and profession
al. who are preparing to toss their
clubs into the ring for the juicy $lO,-
000 open tournament soon to be stag
ed in the Southern California city.
Old-Tune Treatment Has Vnexpect-d
New Haven, Conn.. Dec. 20.
Bleeding, once the universal remedy
for all kinds of ailments, has been
shown to bring relief to dogs suf
fering from a type of convulsions
brought on by lack of lime in their
blood which fo.lbws the uestrtiction
of the parathyroid glands, situated
in the sides of the throat. Drs. W.
IV. Swingle and William Weuner. of
Yale university, reported results of
their experiments before the meeting
here of the American Society of
Dogs showing these symptoms,
they learned, Jiad less than two
thirds of the normal amount of lime
in their blood. They opened the veins
of some of their aaimaia and re
moved about three and one-half
ounces of blood. Thereupon the dogs
recovered, at least temporarily. „nd
though they had lost some blood it
was found that, the calcium concen
tration in what was left had risen to
above three-fourth of the normal.
"Bad luck’ is only a polite way of
saying "bud judgment.”
Simple Mixture Best
Simple buckthorn bark, magnesium
sulph, c. p„ glycerine, etc., as mixed
in Adlerika, is excellent for constipa
tion. It often Works in one hour or
less and never gripes. #The pleasant
and QtTCK action of this efficient in
testinal evacuant will surprise you.
Adlerika hfdps any case gas on the
stomach, unless due to deep-seated
causes. Often removes matter you
never thought was in your system.
Pearl Drug Company.
*AN|PY DRY GOODS WOMEN’S WEA*
/nsNv Start the New
< - Year Right
L 1° a pair of our easy well made
\ \GJ's2' S N. Shoes, you may wear them all day
A long, forgetting you have feet.
Shod in a pair of these glove-like, arch-fitting Shoes, life is one •
long sweet song.
$3.50 to $lO
If your feet hurt, see us.
“THE HOME OF GOOD SHOES”
, IS THE BEST BY TEST
.Chowder for More Eggs
Cow Chow for More Milk
Pig Chow for More Pork.
Come in and We Will Sell You the Best
CASH FEED STORE
PHONE 122 SOUTH CHURCH ST.
I POULTRY MARKET HIGHER
!’ ’ 1
We want 500 fat hens and 100 nice turkeys at once,
i- and will pay 20c per pound for all hens weighing 4 pounds
| and over, and 3!)c per pound for turkeys delivered to us by
t Tuesday noon, January sth.
;• Why take a chance for more? We believe now is a,
i, godd'time to sell.
C. H. BARRIER & GO.
Light Plants and Batteries
Deep and Shallow Well Pumps for Direct or Alter
nating current and Washing Machines for Direct or Al
R. H. OWEN, Agent
--Phone 669 Concord, N. C.
Coal or Wood Range
; H. B. WILKINSON
Alemite Lubricating Service
We do not use any Lubricants except Alemite Trans
mission, Differential and 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. ' T
Gas, Oil, Tires, Tubes, Accessories, Car Washing,
CENTRAL FILLING STATION