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Mann Drug Co
105 Sooth Main Street
Elwood Hotel Building
Cometo See Us
We Have It !
You Need it!
Let's Do
Business!
Anything in the
Mouse Furnishing
Line
Can be Found at Our Four
Big Stores
Many Things are Being Of
fered This Month at As
tonishingly Low Prices.
Come, See and be Convinced.
Peoples House
Furnishing Company
THE WORLDS GREATEST SEWING MACHINE
fc .LIGHT RUNNING y
Itoo want eithera Vibrating Shuttle. Rotn ry
BtautU or a Single Threa.1 Chain StticiJ
- Sewing Machine write to
THE HEW HOME SEWWQ MACHINE COMPANY
Orange, Mass.
MliiTsewlnr ma hine s are im!: to sell refardlew ol
tluy. but the New Home is made to wear.
Our guaranty never runs out.
Bui (I by authorized dealers only
FOR SALS BY
PEOPLES HOUSE HUHStlW. d.
A Good Sign
When you have read
.the advertisements
in The Review
you will know
all about the
Best Bargains
Offered by many
of the
Best Merchants
in
High Point
The North State
(Independent;
Telephone Company
Over IrOO cotinectiots in High
U III a MAI .TUl IVWUVIUp -liili;iw,
ditai i e service to Greens
Winstoi, TliornasviHe, Lrx
, Randkiinan, Asheboro, etc.
! Can teach to Pefjrte ! f u
UleuBOTei the f& State.
GAVE UP SH FLIGHT
Daring Crew Picked up by
Ocean Liner.
SAILED 850 MILES OVER OCEAN
When tbe Eivn Navigators Left Rig
Air Craft the Balloon Shot Away
Into Unknown Space Three Days
in Air.
New York. The attempt of the
Weliman airship America to cross
the Atlantic ocean came to a thril
ling and disastrous close when the
British mail steamer Trent picked
up Weliman and his crew from the
wreck of the airship, 375 miles off
the North Carolina coast. The
news of the rescue came ill two
wireless messages from Capt. Down,
of the Trent, one reporting to the
company's agents here, and another
informing the New !i"ork Times of
the result of the expedition in
which ii hail taken a leading part.
Both wireless messages practi
cally told the same story.
Signals of distress ami calls for
help were given. For three hours
the Trent manouvered in the heavy
sea In p i aim
hie of Wi llmau
companions. The
finally taken on
16 cat. which was
le maSOOt, shared
and in
board
taken
s wrec&ed
party weri
includiug i
along as t
rescue.
America
the rescue
in the
The
where
tilde 31
was abandoned
occurred in lati
tude 68.18. This
.43, longi
brings to n climax one of the most
remarkable (lights h an airship
ever undertaken. Thai the climax
was not accompanied by a tragedy
is considered a matter of excep
tionally good fortune.
The crew of the airship America,
in abandoning their craft, lowered
themselves in the life boat which
swung beneath it. They cast life
boat off and were afloat in the sea.
The airship, relieved of the weight
Of the lifeboat and crew, shoi iii
liish Into the air and was rapidly
blown away, The transfer of the
Weliman party from the lifeboat to
the Trenl was effected with much
difficulty.
The total distance covered by the
balloon appears to have been ap
proximately 850 miles.
GREAT CATHOLIC EVENT.
Belmont Cathedral Abbey Erected
With Impressive Ceremony.
Belmont, N, C An ecclesiastical
ceremonial of rare brillance, splen
dor and magnificence, in content and
In essence unexampled on either of
the American continents, brought
the Old World and the Now closer
than ever here. Selected by the
Holy Father, I'ope Pius, as deserv
ing the most signal mark of favor
ami approbation which lies in his
power io bestow, Belmont Abbey re
reived the formal notification of
its promotion lo the rank of Ab
battia Nullius with unfeigned Joy
and gratitude.
As the bearer of the official docu
ment from the Pope, and as his
personal representative, Monsignor
Diomede Falconio, apostolic dele
Kate to the United states of Amer
ica, with residence in Washington,
lent the distinction of his presence
to the occasion and in a brief ad
dress lauded the Benedictine order
for Its great work for humanity
and the Roman Catholic church.
The reading of the papa bull, the
remarks by Monslgnor Falconio
and a feeling response from Bishop
Haid. Vicar Apostolic of North Caro
lina, followed a pontifical mass.
School Bars Hobbles.
Salt Lake, Utah. -The hobble
skirt is under the ban in the Salt
Lake public schools. Girls presum
ing to appear in such garb in class
es will be sent home.
This is the ruling of the board
of education, following an accident
to Miss Merie Williams, a school
girl. She was wearing a hobble
skirt when she stumbled on it, fell
down three flights of stairs and
was pirked up unconscious. She
will recover.
otton Samples For $.15.
I'glon. The -departm. nt of
.CTtrTilture has areiOHneeri that it ia
prepared to supply the nine official
tii .i . . e l . i a ... -X.J i i
-grimes oi wiuie American cotton re
cently promulgated try tr,i secretary
of agriculture. The grades will be
furnished at 935 a set, the cost of
their preparation, as required b
law. The sale is begun in accord
ance with the recommendation of
the committee of cotton experts,
i pon whose advice the grades
Were established, that llicy be is
sued for general use
Lang Tail Hobs Wanted.
Baton Rouge, La. Large hogs
with long tails are scarce in this
section according to Dr. E. P. Flow
er, secretary of the State Sanitary
Live Stock Board. Dr. Flower has
been advertising without result for
the lung-tailed variety of swine for
use in hog cholera experiments,
the blood from which serum it
made b,mg' taken from the tail of
the hog, and the longer the tail
of the hog, the more serum can he
extracted.
THE REVIEW. SATURDAY. OCTOBER 22, 1910.
RALEIGH AND THE STATE.
WAGE EARNERS' CONDITION.
Commissioner Siiipman Makes Pub
lic Some Interesting Facts.
Reporting from or rather enlarg
ing upon the specified scope of his
report as required in the act creat
ing his department, Commissioner
of Labor and Printing M. L. Ship
man is adding to his 1910 report a
feature showing the general cou
ld ion affecting wage earners in a
broad sense of the term as shown
through reports from correspon
dents in every section of the State,
themselves engaged in the "trades,"
this instead of confining the report
to relations of labor and capital,
hours of labor, earnings of laboring
uen and women, their education,
moral and financial condition and
the tiesi means sf promoting their
mental, material, social and moral
Mosperity." Commenting on the
(eductions from the reports from
ins correspondents among the
trades people, Commissioner Ship
man says in the introduction to the
labor chapter of his forthcoming
eport :
The wage-earners have nol yet
een able to recover the favorable
'onditions which prevailed for some
fears prior to 1907. A sense of de
gression, probably, affects this class
if the citizens' citizenship more
than any other, in that it forces
'hem out of permanent employ
men! and brings about the neces
sity of searching for positions or re
maining in enforced idleness. It
nay he suggested truthfully, how
iver, that these avocations common
ly termed the "trades'' and embrac
ing representatives possessing ex
perience and ability have afforded
amploymenl more regularly, if at
reduced wages, Mian the daily wage
worker in many of the null dis
tracts, lumber plants and other m
lustrial centers, where the more
ifllcionl class of labor is not in de
mand. Bui while general condi-
ions
iom
, till
yel unafavorable there are
lively few skilled laborers,
o work for a reasonable
ii of employment in any
if the stale.
vvai
'I li
The commissioner states the fol
lowing as the avcqgge wages for
the different trades: Harbors. 11.50;
blacksmiths, i..'.k: brick-masons,
(12.75; boiler-makers. cabinet
makers, $1.75: carpenters, $1.95;
conductors, .f:t.;i5; engineers, II;
Bremen, $1.45; lathers, $2.25; letter
:arriers, $8,85; linotype operators,
'-.'M : machinists, $2.10; molders,
152.50; motormen, $2; painters,
?i.n; patterns-makers, $2; plaster
ers, $3; pressmen, $2.40; printers,
$3.25; salesmen, $2,50; section fore
men, $1.85; stone masons, $2,25;
warpers, $1.15.
The summary sets out that- in
jrease in wages is reported from 34
per 'cenl of the correspondents with
16 per conl working by the 'day, 14
per cenl by the week, 1 1 per cent
iy the month and 8 per cent by the
year; 3 per cent by the day or job,
4 per cent by the hour.
Other percentages show that are
'specially interesting: 53 per cent
make full time and 20 per cent
work overtime; 91 per cent report
,'ost of living increased; 20 per cent
favor ten-hour day, 59 per cent
tight-hour day, 16 per cent nine
hour day ami one per rent n six
hour day; 86 per cent favor fixing
limits of day's work by law and 8
per rent oppose It; 17 per cent re
port financial condition good' 38
per cenl report financial conditions
improving: 90 per cenl report edu
cational condition improving, and
3 per cent no improvement; ?.'! per
cenl report improvement in morals
and 23 per cent no improvement.
Rishop Smith Dead.
Bishop John Wesley Smith, of
the African Methodist Episcopal
Second church, presiding over the
Sixth Episcopal District, died at
his home at Washington, D. C. He
was a native of North Carolina, and
served as pastor of churches at New
Haven. Conn., Baltimore, Md.. Car
lisle and Harrisnnrg, Pa., and Char
lotte. In 1904 he was elevated to
the bench of bishops. At thvUme
rf his death he was serving as pre
siding officer of the board of
bishops.
Summary.
There are about half a dozen
dredges at work on the channel of
the Gape Fear and the bar at the
present time.
The Randolph and Cumberland
Railroad Company Ins just com
pleted the cleaning up and ruttiiii:
out of their rigli:-of-vvay from
fo.mernn to Hallison.
The Southern Railway will oper
ate no special train to (.rsttnnia for
the benefit of Ritiglin Brothers' Cir
cus on opening day of Ihe Mecklen
burg fair.
The store of J. C. Vereen, a mer
chant of Wilmington, was entered
and his safe robbed of $200.
Amxie Maxwell, a young white
man, 22 years of age. was rrushe
to death by a mill engine which was
overturned as it was Iwing taken to
Hendersonville on a road wagon.
Over five huntlerd business firms
have signed an agreement to close
their doors from 12 o'clock noon
until 6 o'clock on Ihe afternoon of
Wednesday, October 26, which will
be Charlotte day at the Mecklen
burg fair. ,
Manager Frank" J. Shaugh
nessy, of the Virginia League
Champions, found Noah 'a
Liniment best for
Sore Muscles
bruises, scratches, stiffness.
One trial will convince you.
Noah s Liniment penetrates.
Requires but little rubbing.
Here's the Proof
"I have hart occasion to uqe Noah's
Liniment on two of my playafe' aims,
and the result was most gratlfving.
Both were Immediately relieved of sore
ness and able to resume throwing with
their former speed. Have also used It
myself, and consider It the best lini
ment I ver tried. It is fine for bruises,
scratches, stiffness, etc. Frank J,
Shnughnessy, Manager, Itoanoke Cham
pions, Roanoke, Va."
onVs Liniment Is the best remedy
r Rheumatism, Sciatica, Lame Back,
for
Stiff Joints and Muscles, Sore Throat.
Colds, Strains, Sprains, Cuts, Bruises.
Neuralgia. Tooth
liiiiirn
ache and all
Nerve, Bone and
Muscle Aches and
Pains. The gen
uine has Noah's
Ark on every
package. 25 els.
Sold by dealers in
medicine. Sam
ple by mall tree.
Noah Remedy Co.,
Richmond, Va
Chinese Traits.
The Chinese are orderly, law abtd
fr - and well behaved; they have a
strong sense of right and justice are
fair minded: they are reliable in com
merctal dealings pay their debts and
keep their agreements, whether verbal
or written; they are dutiful to parents,
fond of cuitUren and mttidfu! of ett
quntte and punctilious about returning
courtesies or favors; they are respect
ful to elders and superiors; they honor
ind respect character and Intellectual
ability, and do not recognize an arts
tocraey of wealth. This list might be
hugely extended, but it is enough tc
show what I have undertaken to show
that China hat; not by any means tc
set k abroad all the requisites for na
tional greatness, and popular welfare;
Some of the most important are here
already. Address to Students at St
John's College, Shanghai.
HP
SAVE Your TAGS
SAVE YOUR TAGS
A Round Printed Cardboard Premium Tag is now placed on
each sack of the following Brands of Flour and Feed.
There is NO CHARGE for These Premium Tags.
Dan Valley Superlative Patent Flour.
Brockett's Crown Flour.
Our Wonder Flour.
Brockett's Roller King Feed.
Decorated China cups and saucers, value 75c to $1.00 per set of six pieces each
Decorated China plates, two sizes, value 75cto $1.00 per set of six pieces each
Decorated flat dishes, six sizes, value 25c to 75c each
Decorated covered dishes, vegetable, value 75c to $1.00 each
Decorated sugar bowls, value 37 l-2c each
Decorated Covered butter plates, value 62 l-2c each
Cream pitchers, value 25c each
Gravy boats or sauce boats, value 25c each
Decorated soup toureens complete, value $3.00 each
i
m
w These tags are received as cash at the rate of 25
2 cents per barrel of flour for any of the above
n china pieces,and there is no additional charge for
the flour; this scheme is simply devised to in
crease the sale of the brands of flour that we
control, and which can be had from your grocer.
All Flour Guaranteed to Please or Money Refunded
Robert Brockett.
R. T. PICKENS
Attorney and Counsellor
At Low
HIGH POINT,
N.C
Offices Over Matron's Drag Store,
adjoining Drs. pltts and Rcltzel.
Prompt attention and his best skill
and ability given to all matters en
trusted to him 'Phone No. 460
QUO. W. SCHWARTZ,
iBi
STAMEY PRINTING HOUSE
HIGH POINT, IN. C.
5rHARCOURTCO.louisvflle,lfe
dl 1 MANUFACTURING ENGRAVERS
Prices Quite as Reasonable
SCHEDULE OF TRAINS
HKiH POINT, N.C.
In Effect January 15th, 1910
No. NORTHBOUND Arrive No. SOUTHBOUND Arrive
30 - 1:33 a. m. 29 12:46 a. m.
8 6:26 a. m. 45 4:211 a. m
44 8:52 a. m. 11 8:02 a. ra
36 1:08 p. m. 37 7:45 a. ra.
22 2:43 p. m. 21 .12:55 p. m.
46 5.55 p. m. 7 1:30 p. m.
2 9:23 p. in. 35 6.45 p. m.
38 9.48 p. m, 43 7:49 p. m.
ASHEBORO BRANCH
No. Arrive No. Leave
142 6:15 a. m. 141 8:10 p. m.
136 12:40 p. m. 107 2:45 p m.
134 5:45 p. m. 143 7:35 p. m.
(Daily Except Sunday) (Daily Except Sundav)
144 7:57 p. m. 135 2:45 p. ra.
(Sunday only) (Sunday only)
Premium's Consist
HIOH point, in. c
Electric
Bitters
Succeed when everything else fails.
In nervous proetration and female
weaknesses they ars the supreme
remedy, as thousands have testified.
FOR KIDNEY.LIVER AND
8TOMACH TROUBLE
it is the best medicine ever sold
over a druggist's counter.
MM MM mm PAYS for our FULL BOOKKEEP-
gPf ink INO COURSE SCHOLARSHIP If
fav .M afjgja you write at onoe and state where
JUT tb:ls d- ResnUar price is
4H jba BV S100. Toadvertlsethrasohool.only
Tr limited number or scholarships
will be sold at the low rate of S25.
IT not ready now. write and have one reserved and
we wllllet you pay later. We can also teach you by
mail if you prefer.
BUSINESS COLLEGE.
ISTMILISBED ISO IVCOKFORATIO ISO
TjOuisvils, irsr.
as Consistent with Quality.
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