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Golden Temple Of Jehol At Chicago’s World’s Fair!
Discloses Romantic Episodes Of Chinese Emperors j Chicago, May 00.—All the legen dary glamour, mystic rites of the Lama and Buddhistic religions, and romantic episodes in the lives of Emperors who once ruled Chinese millions, have been brought to life for the western world in the re splendent Golden Temple of Jehol, at Chicago’s 1933 World’s Fair, A Century of Progress, which opens May 27. Around the famed Golden Pavilion are woven some of the most color ful and stirring chapters in Orien tal history. Bloodshed, court in trigues, the love affairs of kings, and the beginnings of a religion that once swayed the millions, have their part in the story unfolded for the Exposition visitor. The Chinese Lama temple, origi nally built in 1767 at Jehol, the sum mer palace of Manchu emperors, is now crumbling to ruins. Here in Chicago it has been faithfully re produced and will be preserved on the shores of Lake Michigan for future generations. Brought in 28,000 Pieces It was brought over land and sea, with all its bright oriental reds and golds, by Dr. Sven Hedin, the famous Swedish explorer-author, for Vincent Bendix of Chicago. Becon ttruction of the shrine in Jehol was the work of more than two years. More than 28,000 pieces of wood were cut and fashioned in fabri cating the historic shrine. Dr. Hedin was particularly suited for the task of seeking out a Chinese temple that would be typical of the Oriental type of architecture and at the same time tell something of the splendor and pomp of Celestial his tory. While engaged in research work incidental to the building of the j atm shrine and in the collection of rer~ treasures which it houses, Itr. Hedin discovered many i~ter facts concerning the deca Ici.cd ef Ismaism. He learned that ■vc-ldle there were 600 Lamas, or priest* of the faith in 1911, their r.iraV.T has diminished to 100 today. *hr> earliest Lamaism, visitors to the Fair will be told, was a mixture of Buddhism and ancient native demon-worship, having been brought from India by Guru-Padma-Sam bhava in 747. In its early history, a large number of complicated rites were developed, in which mystic ad jurations and sacrificial acts pre dominated. Bose to Great Influence Lamaism rose to great political in fluence during the thirteenth century when Kubla Khan, Emperor of China, gave it his sanction and protection. In 1261, the emperor recognized the religion after representatives of other faiths had been given an op portunity to compete for the honor in demonstrations of miracle-work ing and mysticism. In succeeding centuries, the idea grew that Lamas, or high priests, were emanations from the gods, and had been reincarnated to protect re ligion on earth. The number of these “living gods’’ increased very rapidly until they occupied prominent places in almost all large temples in Tibet and Mongolia. The Mongolians were converted to Lamaism for the second time about 1570, when Dalai Lama, the First, made a ceremonious visit to the King of the Tumet-Mongolians in the tem ple city of Kukukhoto. Since that day the Mongolians have been ar dent worshipers of the Lamaistic code. The Chinese Emperors of the Man chu dynasty, who ruled until China become a republic in 1911, found it to be highly politic to support La maism. The religion had a brilliant era of greatness in the reign of CVien-Lung, 1736-96, under whose patronage the original Golden Pavil ion of Jehol was built. Treasures Unfolded In its replica at A Century of Progress, temple bells, images of gods and dragons, prayer rugs, cere-! monial robes, rare silks and tapes tries and other treasures unfold for the Occidental visitors the colorful! story of romance and intrigue that was enacted in and about the shrine during the centuries. The student will find much to in terest him in the Lama Temple, aside from the stories of court in trigue and romance woven around its existence. At the entrance is a “Laughing Buddha” made of solid wood covered with red gold lacquer, sitting on a broad chair of the same material. Replica of the Golden Temple of Jehol, celebrated Chinese Lama Temple, at Chicago's 1933 World’s Fair as viewed at night. It is a reproduction of the place of worship of the Manchu emperors. EVOLUTION OF THE PAY ENVELOPE AFTER BEER ARRIVES Bill Smith is an average cir'zen.i He has always liked a little toddy He makes a fair living for himself and family. His weekly bills will possibly run about as follows after beer makes her debut into polite society: June 1 10 loaves of bread, 2 pounds of butter 1 sack of flour, j 4 pounds of steak, 2 pounds of ham, 1 bottle of beer. June 7 6 loaves of bread, 1 pound of butter, 1 peck of corn meal, 2 pounds of staek, 1 pound of ham, 3 bottles of beer. June 14 6 loaves of bread, /z pound of butter, 1 gallon of corn meal, 1 pound of rump roast, Vs pound of ham, 6 bottles of beer. June 21 3 loaves of bread, Vs gallon of corn meal, 1 soup bone, 1 pound fat back meat, 12 bottles of beer. June 28 2 loaves of bread, 1 quart of corn meal, /2 pound baloney, 15 bottles of beer. July S 1 loaf of bread. 1 pint of corn meal, 2 meat skins, 24 bottles of beer. July 12 % loaf of bread, 32 bottles of beer. July 19 48 bottles of beer, A poor-house. NOT GUILTY, JUDGE’— WELL, NOT VERY GUILTY Washington .— Zonie Peterson, colored, stepped into the District - of Columbia Supreme Court, his | irm in a heavy cast, to1 answer to a liold-up charge. In a ringing voice he pleaded "not guilty.” "What happened to your arm?” asked Chief Justice Alfred A. Wheat. "The man broke it while I was trying to rob him, your honor,” re plied Peterson. All kinds of printing done prompt ly at The Carolina Watchman, 119 East Fisher St. AUTOIST SUES OWNER OF COW SHE STRUCK Merced, Cal.—When Stephen Cuneo’s cow wandered onto the highway near here she got into the path of an automobile and her master into a lawsuit. Miss Telia Mateo, of Merced Falls Cal., sued Cuneo for $10,000 dam ages for injuries she alleged she re ceived when the automobile hit the cow. —Buy in Salisbury— SALE OF VALUABLE .CITY PROPERTY Pursuant to provisions of a cer tain Deed in Trust, executed by J. C. Sipe (unmarried) to David B. Harris and Tristram T. Hyde, Jr., Trustees, dated May 15, 1929 and recorded in the office of the Reg ister of Deeds for Rowan County in Book of Mortgages 114, page 21, default having been made in the payment of the indebtedness therein secured, and at the request of the holder of the notes therein secured, the undersigned David B. Harris, Acting Trustee, will expose for sale at public auction for cash, at the courthouse door in Salis bury, N. C., on Saturday, June 17, 1933, at the hour of 12M., the following described' lands: All that lot of land with the improvements thereon, located, ly ing and being in the City of Salis bury, Rowan County, North Caro lina, and described as follows: SPEED! Time counts when you’re in pain! Insist on genuine Bayer Aspirin, not only for its safety but for its speed. The tablet that is stamped Bayer dissolves cd once. It is many minutes faster than remedies that are offered in its stead. If you saw Bayer Aspirin made, you would know why it has such uniform, dependable action. If you have ever timed it, you know that the tablet stamped Bayer dissolves and sets to work before a slower tablet has any effect. Stick to genuine Bayer Aspirin. You know what you are taking. You know it is harmless; nothing in it to depress the heart. You know you will get results. For headaches, colds, neuralgia, rheumatism, the safe and certain relief is always the tablet stamped— - I New Office Building Gives More Room for Legislators MEMBERS of Congress soon will be unable to blame tardiness upon their time-pieces for the new House Office Building, to be occu pied within several weeks, will be equipped with 263 synchronous electric clocks withQut a second’s variation in the lot. There will be a clock in each of the 251 suites and twelve committee rooms, all of them automatically controlled in the event of current interruption by a central telechron mechanism, Nor will members have any ex cuse for missing roll-calls since there is a system of buzzers con necting all the office suites. When a roll-call is started in the House chamber, or when the House ad journs or recesses, the buzzer will sound in each of the offices. The new building, a beautiful white marble structure of seven office stories, was built as a part of the Government building pro gram to provide employment and at the same time to fill a long-felt need of the nation’s law-makers for more room. About half of the members of the House, chosen on the basis of length of service, will occupy it. The others, mostly new members, will remain in the old building but they, too, will have more room be cause the offices vacated by thosc who move will be placed at thei. disposal. Beginning at a stake on the Northeast side of East Innes Street formerly Mrs. Freck’s corner, also corner to L. P. H) nkel’s brick building, which point is 125 feet Southeasterly from Lee Street thence with the original Freck’s line, North 47 deg. 3 0 min. East 80.3 5 feet to a stake on said line, corner to lot No. 4; thence with the line cf lot No. 4, South 42 deg. 3 0 min. East 2 5 feet to stake, corner of lot No. 2; thence South 47 deg. 3 0 min. West with the line of lot No. 2, 80.35 feet to a stake on the Northeast side of East Innes Street; thence with the line of East Innes Street North 42 deg. 3 0 min. West 2 5 feet to the beginning, being lot No. 1, by map of L. P. Henkel’s property, made by N. A. Trexler, May 1928, on file in the office of the Register of Deeds for Rowan County, North Carolina, and being the property conveyed to J. C. Sipe by deed from Carolina Feed Stqre, Inc., dated May, 1929. This May 1 5, 193 3. david B. Harris, Acting Trustee. Rendleman & Rendleman, Attys. May 26—June 16. NOTICE TO CREDITORS Having qualified as Administra tor of the estate of Tulula I. Cor reli, this is to notify all persons having claims against the said de cedent to file an itemized, verified statement of same with the under signed on or before the 9 th day of May, 1934, or this notice will be pleaded in bar of their recovery. Persons indebted to said estate are notified to make prompt settle ment. This May 6, 1933. j. j. CORRELL, Admr. of estat of Tulula J. Cor rell, dec’d. Hudson & Hudson, Attys. May 12—June 16. MORTGAGE SALE OF LOTS IN EAST SPENCER, N. C.. Pursuant to authority given in a certain mortgage deed of trust executed by J. M. Brown and wife, Virginia C. Brown, to J. E. Fisher, How Cardui Helps Women •‘Mal-nutrition” means that your bddy is not getting enough to keep it up, so that what it has to do is not done well. You may not be eat ing enough to keep up the work of the body, or there may be something wrong that keeps you from getting full value from the food you eat. Because of mal-nutrition, some women have aches and pains every month. Such pains should not be neglected. Take Cardui to give you a better appetite, to give you more strength from the food you eat — to build up and increase your feeling of well being. Aches and pains go away as j you build up with the help of Cardui. j » trustee, dated March 1, 1926, and registered in the Register’s Office af Rowan County in Book of Mort gages No. 95, page 307, default having been made in the payment of the note secured thereby and request of foreclosure having been made by the holder of said note, the undersigned trustee will sell at public auction to the highest bid der for cash at the courthouse door in Salisbury N. C., on Sat urday, the 10th day of June, 1933, at 12 o’clock, noon, the following described real estate, to-wit: 1st. Tract: One vacant lot be ginning at a stake at the northwest corner of the intersection of Rail road Avenue and North Street; thence with line of said street in a southeasterly direction 170 feet to a stake, intersection of an alley; thence with said alley in a north easterly direction and parellel with Railroad Avenue 50 feet to a stake; thence in a northwesterly direction parallel with North Street 170 ft. to a stake on the line of Railroad Avenue; thence with said Avenue in a southwesterly direction 50 feet to the beginning, as per deed registered in Book 108 page 226, etc. 2nd tract: Six vacant lots in the town of East Spencer, N. C., more particularly known and described as lots Nos. 13, 14, and 15 in Block No. 1, and lots Nos. 17, 18, and 19 in Block No. 19, as shown upon the map of Eudora Land Co., hereto fore filed and registered in deed book No. 109, page 603, said map now being in the regular book of maps in the Register’s Office of Rowan County. For back title see Deeds Book No. 175, and page 139 and deeds mentioned therein. This May 10, 193 3. . j. e. fisher, *Trustee P. S. Carlton, Attorney May 12—June 9 NOTICE TO CREDITORS Having qualified as administra trix of the estate of Emma Clem ent, this is to notify all person: having claims against the said de cedent to file an itemized, verifier statement of same with the under signed on or before the 26th da) of April, 1934, or this notice wil be pleaded in bar of their recovery Persons indebted to said estate ar< notified to make prompt settle ment. This April 22, 1933. MAYBELL SHERRILL, AdltlX. of th( estate of Emma Clement. Rendleman & Rendleman, Attys April 28.—June 2. NORTH CAROLINA, ROWAN COUNT! Wachovia Bank & Trust Company vs. George H. Shaver and wife, Bert. M. Shaver and John L. Rendleman Sr., Trustee. NOTICE OF SAT r By virtue of a judgment of the Superior Court dated January 9 1933, in the above entitled action and recorded in the Superior Courl of Rowan County in Minute Docket No. 28, page No 402, anc docketed in the Superior Court of Rowan. County in judgment Docket No. 24, page No. 287, the undersigned John L. Rendleman. Commissioner, will offer for sak at public auction for cash, at the courthouse door in Salisbury, N C., on Monday, June 5, 193 3, a: the hour of 12M., the following property: A. Beginning at an iron rod al the South corner at the intersectior of Caldwell and Woodson Streets and runs Southeast with Woodsor Street 175 feet and 4 inches to a stake in M. L. Bean’s line; thence with his line South 43 deg. W. 101 feet to an iron stake, M. L. Bear and Robert Johnston’s corner; 1 n 1 1 trr • . 1 uiciiLC Jifuiii o/ /g uv;g. w . wiui Robert Johnston’s line 25 feet tc a stake William Lock’s corner; thence Northwest with William Lock’s line and parellel with Wood son Street 160 feet to Caldwell Street; thence Northeast with Caldwell Street 120 feet to the be ginning, being lot No. 15, 15/2 and 16 on Henderson and Wood son Map of their Ennis land made by C. M. Miller, C. S., dated Aug. 7, 1902. The above described three lots are situated and1 lyin" on the Southeast side of Caldwell St. and on the Southwest side of Woodson Street near the corporate limits of the West Ward of Sal isbury, N. C. B. Also another tract of land beginning at a rock at the West corner at the intersection of Caldwell and Woodson Streets thence Southwest with Caldwell Street 141 ft. to an iron stake in S. F. Lord’s line; thence with said Lord’s line N. 1 deg. 45 min. E. 199 ft. mere or less to rock on the Southwest side of edge of Woodson St.; thence Southwest with the edge of Woodson St. 132 ft. to the beginning, being lots numbers 33, 33 /z and 34 on Henderson & Woodson map of their Ennis land, made by C. M. Miller. C. S. dated Aug. 7. 1902, and said three lots are situated and lying on the Northwest side of j Caldwell St. and on the Southwest side of Woodson Street near the corporate limits of the West Ward of Salisbury, N. C. For back title, see Book 105, page 2. C. Adjoining the lands of W. A. Brown, Geo. Martin, C. F. Tiche nor, and others; situated! in the great North Ward of the City of Salisbury and on the Northwest side of North Church St., and be tween Liberty & Kerr Street; be ginning on Church St. 116 feet Southwest from West earner at the intersection of Kerr & Church Streets and runs thence Southwest with the line of Church Street 84 feet more or less to a stake; thence Northwest and parallel with Kerr Street 117 feet more or less to Mrs. Laura V. Martin’s corner on Horah line; thence Northwest with Mrs. Laura V. Martin’s line 50 feet more or less to N. A. Bost’s line; thence Southeast with Bost’s line and W. A. Brown’s line 62% feet more or less to a stake on i Shaver’s line, said W. A. Brown’s i corner; thence Northwest with W. !A. Brown’s line 34 feet to Tiche nor’s corner; thence Southeast with Tichenor’s line to the beginning corner on line of Church Street and containing a dwelling with five apartments. For back title, see Book of Deeds 153, page 66. This May 1, 1933. JOHN L. RENDLEMAN, SR., Commissioner. Rendlman & Rendleman, Attys. May 12—June 2. SALE OF VALUABLE FAITH PROPERTY Under and by virtue of an order jof the Superior Court of Rowan County made in the special pro jcecding entitled "E. L. Agner, Admr. of J. A. Peeler vs. Mrs, Cora Jones and husband, Richard j uiivj y xvi i a. w iiiiauia cixxvj J husband, R. R. Williams; Murray Peeler and wife, Roxie Peeler; Mrs, Ada Fraley and husband, S. P, Fraley; Mrs. Lizzie Corn and hus band!, S. A. Corn, and others,” tht same being number 8 83 upon the Special Proceeding Docket of said Court, the undersigned Commis sioner will, on Monday, the 29tl: day of May, 193 3, at Faith, N. C. and upon the premises of the with, in described property, offer for | sale, at public auction, to the high est bidder, at the hour of 11 A M. , the following several tracts of land: 1. Situate at Faith, N. C., begin ning at a stake, coiner of school house lot on Sherrill’s line; thence N. 88 deg. W. 18.84 chains to a post oak on Rainey’s line; thence S. 2 deg. W. 4.5 0 chains to a small black oak; corner of number 2; thence S. 88 deg. E. 23.50 chains to a stake in the public road, cor ner of number 2; thence with said road N. 17 ddg. W. 1.34 chains to a stake, corner of school house lot; thence N. 88 deg. W. 14 poles to a stake,.corner of school house lot; thence N. 17 deg. W. 11 /2 poles to the beginning, containing 9.09 acres, be the same more or less. Less about 6 acres heretofore sold off, leaving a balapce of approxi mately 3 acres ,and: known as the homcplace. 2. Beginning at a stone on the W. side of the Mt. Pleasant road opposite to the pailings between the lots of J. A. Peeler and L. M. Peeler and runs thence S. 80 deg. W. 148 feet with said pailings, passing over a well to a stone ,1. _ -1 • 1 • 1 ' • • T 1 t « iivjv tut jdiu piuimga jum iti. 'Peeler’s garden pailings; thence with the garden pailings N. 9 W. 13 feet to a stone at the corner of the garden; thence with the garden pailings passing over another wel S. 86% W. 216 feet to a stone near the barn; thence N. 10 W ! 13 feet to a stone on the old line 3. Adjoining the land! of Rainey Brown Company, L. A. Gantt, J A. Peeler and others, beginning at a stone in the Mt. Pleasant road, Rainey-Bf<own Ctampany’s corner and runs thence N. 88 W. 3.5 0 chains to a stake or stone on Gantt’s line, Peeler’s corner; thence S. 17 E. 2.87 chains to a stone, Peeler’s corner; thence S. 88 E. 3.50 chains to a stone in the Mt. Pleasant road, J. A. Peeler’s corner; thence with said road N. 17 W. 2.87 chains to the begin ning, less one-fourth acre, he-e o fore sold, leaving a balance of ap proximately of three-fourths acres. The foregoing three tracts will be subdivided into five or more tracts and offered for sale separate ly and as a whole. 4. Beginning at a stone corner of number one in Stirewalt’s line; thence S. 5 W. 3 3.20 chains to a stone corner of No. one on—line; thence S. 76 E. 12.94 chains to a stone corner on number 3; thence N. 5 E. 36.25 chains to a stone corner at Number 3 on Stirewalt’s line; thence N. 8 5 W. 13 chains to the beginning, containing 44 acres, less nine acres, heretofore sold. 5. At saw mill, beginning at stone corner on No. 2 at Gantt Street, runs thence N. 15 W. 5.75 chains to a stone, corner to No. 2 on Stirewalt’s line; thence S. 75 M> W. 3.12 chains to a stone corner at saw mill lot; thence S. 15 £. 5.75 chains to a stone corner at saw mill lot on Gantt Street; thence with said street 2.5 3 chains to the beginning, containing acres. 6. Beginning at a stone on r£c S. side of Gantt Street, corner of Shive’s lot; runs thence S. 15 £. 3.40 chains to a stone, J. H. Peeler’s ccjrner; thence N. 75 ; £. 2.90 chains to a stone; thence S. 15 E. 3.42 chains to a stone i,-_ Hollow Street; thence with said street 5.72 chains to a stone, cor ner of Number 2; thence X. is W. 6.70 chains to a stone on Gantt Street, corner of No. 2; thence with Gantt street to the beginning containing 3 % acres, less % acre sold off heretofore. Said property known as Drykill land. 7. Beginning at a stone corner of No. 2; runs thence S. 15 F.. 4.61 chains to a stone. Scire wall’s cor ner; thence S. 88 E. 16 chains to a stone, Rendleman’s corner; thence with Rendleman’s line 4.61 chains to a stone corner of Num ber 2; thence with line of" No. 2 16.50 chains to the beginning, containing 7 l/z acres, and known as the Big Field tract. 8. An undivided one-fourth in terest in store house lot, situated in the town of Faith, N. C., on the W. side of Main street, beginning at stone in center of Main street and runs thence N. 17 W. 70 ft. to a stone in center of Main street, Rainey-Brown’s corner; thence N. 88 W. 90 ft. to a stone; thence S. 17 E. 70 ft. to a stone; thence 90 ft. to the beginning corner on Main street and containing 68/100 sq. ft. Another lot connected with uaiu 5>u>reiiuu:»e mi anu Deing a part thereof situated on Main street, Town of Faith, N. C., be ginning at a stone, corner of school house lot; runs thence N. 10 \V. 1.30 chains to a stone; thence S. 83 W. 1.90 chains to a stone; thence S. 1.06 chains to a stone on line of schoolhouse lot; thence with said line E. 2.06 chains to the be ginning, containing 33/100 acre of land. The said storehouse lot is subject to a mortgage held by G. B. Bruce, dated July 12, 1927, for $1,200.00, and interest and record ed in Book of Mort. No. 104, page No. 122. 9. An undivided one-third in- ''v terest in the old barber shop lot situate in the Town of Faith, N. C. , beginning on the E. side of Main street at a stone on the E. side of Main St., Rainey’s corner; thence N. 75 E. 200 ft. to a stone; thence S. 16 E. 48 ft. to a stone; thence S. 75 W. 200 ft. to a stone on the E. side of Main St.; thence with said street N. 16 W. 48 ft. to the beginning, less a small lot 18x100 heretofore sold to L. A. Holshouser and J. W. Frick. 10. An undivided one-third in terest in the following tract. Be ginning at a stake on W. N. Hall’s line, thence W. 88 N. 2.3 8 chains; thence S. 2 W. 3 chains; thence E. 88 S. 2.3 8 chains to a stone on W. N. Hall’s line; thence with W. N. Hall’s line 3 chains to the begin - ning corner, containing 1 acre, and known as the Arey tract. 11. An undivided one-third in terest in the following tract. Sit uated in Gold Hill Township, a bout 1 mile E. of Faith, N. C.„ : beginning at a stone 73 links S. of a stone corner of the 1 acre lot and runs thence N. 75 W. 2.8 5 chains to a stone; thence N. 10 W. 5 chains to a stone; thence N. 81 E. 3.61 chains to a stone; o. u. ^.ou v^iiains to a btonc on the old line; thence S. 2 W. 54 links to a stake, corner of the I acre lot; thence N. 88 W. 2.3 8 chains to a stone; thence S. 2 W. 3.73 chains to the beginning, con taining 2 acres, and known as the rock quarry tract. TERMS OF SALE: One-half cash upon confirmation by the court. Balance in six months, with interest at 6 per cent. Title with held until purchase price is paid in full. This April 24, 1933. E. l. agner, Commissioner. Rendleman & Rendleman, Attys. May 5—26. NOTICE TO CREDITORS Having qualified' as executrix of the estate of W. T. Burke, Sr., this is to notify all persons having claims against the said decedent to file an itemized, verified statement of same with the undersigned on or before the 22nd day of April, 1934, or this notice will be plead ed in bar of their recovery. Persons indebted to said estate are notified to make prompt settlement. This April 20th, 1933. ANNIE HARRISON BURKF, Executrix of W. T. Burke, Sr. E. W. G. Huffman, Atty. April 21—May 26.