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The 117th anniversary of ihe founding of the University of North Carolina was celebrated in Chapel Hill and throughout the state last Wednesday with the exercises of University Day. In Chapel Hill the d iy was a holiday for the students. The alumni associations all over North Carolina and in many of the largest cities of the country celebra ted the day fittingly. Telegrams were received from the associations in New York.Binningham, Alabama and various other places. The principal address of the day in Chapel Hill was delivered by President Venable. He declared that the University faces a cricis. just as real and just as pressing as that brought on by the Civil war, which resulted in the closing of the institution. The college is over crowded in every way. Retorgres sion is bound to set in unless from some source, expectedly and natur ally from the state, a more ample provision is made for the support of the college. He quoted figures to show that North Carolina, al though possessing an amount of taxable property considerably great er than Virginia, was appropriating for the support of its state univer sity a sum that hardly exceeds half The Man Who Finds a Lot of Satisfaction Here DESIGNED SchixkssBr03.&( FlneClotfce) JfOit fHWt -Ana i tee what a stylish, well-made, ;et here at a most reasonable A Large Line of Ladies' Coats and Coat Suits at all Prices. H. Harris & Bro. You can always get it at Harris' OWN: The above three words are the most intelligent in the home; loan you the money to buy it 5, 5-acre truck, farms two the center of the city on macadam road. Xi 25-acre truck farm two miles North from the center of the city on macadam road. 40 lots in the Western Dart of the citv. 2 four room cottages in the the city. 1 four room cottage on Washington Street. T. F. Wrenn, Pres. of the yearly Virginia Appropria tion. In his remarks at the chapel ex ercises Thursday following the fine celebration of University Day, Dean Graham of the academic depart ment, after expressing the appre ciation of the University of the wonderful inspiring support that the alumni celebrations all over the country brought, called the atten tion of the students to what he con sidered the most significant fact of the celebration just passed. This was the civic strength of the young alumni who chiefly made up the program. The greatest glory of the University is the educational re naissence in North Carolina, so wide reaching in splendid results, was led by a group of educational statesmen trained in the University. Mclver, Alderman, Aycock, Joyner and their helpers were men who belonged to practically the same college genera tion. The first fruits that the re opened University offered to the state. The group that sat on the stage University Day is from the point of view of educational leader ship a part of the second great crop. Dean W. C. Smith, representing the State Normal College (President Foust was also an alumnus). Pres ident R. H. Wright of the Eastern Training School, President Rondtha- Knows Clothes He can verify values, satisfy his highest ideals in fine fabrics, prove for himself every detail of tailoring and fit. He who knows clothes is glad toJ see our stvles to note how every line falls as it should- their per fection of drape and balance. And no mater how ex acting he may he, he'll find just the style that was made for him in the latest mode'j We offer the choicest selection o f seasonable clothes to be found any-where-not a commonplace model in the lot, but everv style in good taste and a splendid value. A great variety of ex clusive weaves and designs. You' 111 be surprised to fine' quality Suit you can cost. miles North from Western part of CAROLINA LOAN & ler of the Salem Female College,and President Walter Thompson of the Jackson Manuel Training School were the speakers. All of these men are practically of one college generational! of them are leaders in the application of ideas that promise great things for the the state; all of them are men ; of every sort of strength, including j the fine strength of youth; all of I them are men of healthy construc i tive thought; and better still all of them are consecrated to the service of North Carolina. J. F. H. HIGH POINT YOUNG LADY WINS HONORS. The following is taken from the Washington Herald of October 2nd under the head of "Music and Musi cians." It will be read with much interest by the many friends of the young lady in High Point and other parts of the state : Miss Edith Moore, who a few ! years ago lived with her parents, j Mr. and Mrs. B. E. Moore, in this city, was recently awarded a schol 1 arsnip at the Conservatory of Music , at linaca, N. Y., au annex at Cornell : University, after a competitive test in voice culture and vocal music, wherein there were forty young la dies competing, from different parts of tne country. There were two full yearly schol arsmps and six partial ones award ed, IVnss Moore taking the first prize, and a New York lady taking the second of the scholarships. The contestants sang before a commute of nine experts on vocal culture,and the vote was unanimous in award ing the first place to the former Washingtonian. Since leaving Washington, her parents have lived at Hign Point, in. C, and she has devoted much ume to the study of vocal music. She had just completed a course in ner chosen art at Chautauqua, N.Y., at which place she was inuuced by one of tne teachers at the conserva tory to enter the contest. The schol arship entitles her to a year's in struction in vocal music, ear-training, French, Italian, and German. , See the voting coupon on 5th paje. Fill it out in the name of your favorite. It costs you nothing." See what the Leonard- Beavans Stamey Co., has to say in ad on first page. Read the ad of High Point Trans fer Co., on this page. Pugh will treat you right. MORTGAGE SALE. By virtue of the power vested in the under pinned, on account of a certain mortgage exe cuted by M. '. Scchrest and wife Ella V. Se chreat to D. H. Parsons, Trustee, on the 6th, day ot May, 1910, duly recorded in Book, No 21 1, I'ageSM, and default having been made in the payment thereof, I will sell for cash to the last and highest bidder In front of the North Carolina Savings Bank & Trust Company Building, on the 8th day of November 1910, at 1:.M o'clock P. M., the following tract or parcel of land located in Guilford County, North Carolina. High Point Township, adjoining the lands of M. C. Welch and others, and bounded as follows: Beginning at a stone on Jordan street in the City of High Point thence runningN about East with the line of J. J. Welch 240 feet to a stone; thence about North Nt feet to a stone; thence about West with line of Z. A. Burns 200 feet to Jordan street; thence about South along : Jordan street Ml feet to the' beginning, con taining 10,000 square feet, more or less. Being home place of M, I . Sechrest in the City of . Hieh Point. This 7th day of Oct. 111. 0-7-lm D. H, PARSONS, Trustee THE NORTH CAROLINA State Normal and IndustrialCollege I Maintained by the State for the Women J I of North Carolina. Four regular Courses ! leading to Degrees, special Courses lot Teachers. Fall Session begins Scptembet 14, 1910. Those desiring to enter should apply as early as possible. For catalogue and other information address. JULIUS I. f OILS I , Preside nt, (ire cnsboro.N.t . :Ai 5 lots on Centennial Avenue. 1 5-acre truck farm in Mechanicsville. 6 lots in Mechanicsville. 1 small cottage in Mechanicsville. 1 10-acre truck farm in Jamestown. 25 lots in the Southern part of the city. 1 four room cottage on Tate Street. 3 lots on Park Street. M. J. Wrenn, Nechaoicsvilie Items Review Bureau, ) ' Oct. 21, 1910 A number of people from here at tended the Township Sunday School Convention at Deep River Church last Surraay. AL who attended the fair at Greensboro last week report a very enjoyable time. Eittle Oasie Hine, who has been quite sick the past week with ton silitis, is recovering very nicely. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Coleman and children spent last Saturday and Sunday with Mrs. Coleman's sister, Mrs. Osborn. of High Point. Mrs. Beamer Bodenhammer, who has been very sick, is improving slowly. Little Ruby Montgomery has re turned from a visit to her grandpa rents in Burlington. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Gambol, of Route 4, spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Ring. Messrs. Walter and Mayfield Crouce, of Winston, visited their pa rents, Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Crouch;last Sunday. Little Merle Ring is quite sick with fever. mrs. queries aiaiey.oi nign roiiu, spent Monday with her mother, Mrs. Cicero Crouch. Mrs. D. E. Hammer and little son, Willard, spent last Sunday with Mr. A. H. Idols. Mrs. Will Rice has returned to her home in Summerfield after spending some time with relatives here. Her sister-in-law, Mrs. Rob ertson, accompanied her home. Mr. B. F. Rice spent a few days' with his son at Summerfield last week. dictionary. If you with and have the 1 Eight room house with all modern con veniences on English Street. 2 4-room cottages in the Southern part of the city. 2 ots on the Bain property. 1 1 lots in the Eastern part ofltr city. 1 10-acre truck farm two rroe ; last of the city. 1 4-roosti cottage on Pine Street. REALTY Vice - Pres. Listen! We can furnish you carri ages to all parts the city on short notice, also Buggies and Landaus for out of town trips, Drays to move baggage, wag ons for heavy hauling, moving-vans for house hold goods. Call Phone 347 and save time HIGH POINT TRANSFER CO. E. E. PUCH, Proprietor Moffitt Furnishing Co., has a column ad on front page. As usual it is full of interesting articles. Have you examined The Review's prize piano? It is a magnificent instrument. NOTICE TO CONTESTANTS FROM Friday, October 21, 6 P.M. TO Saturday, October 22, 10 P. M. 1 WILL ALLOW YOU DOUBLE FOR YOUR VOTES SECURED DURING THE ABOVE NAMED PERIOD NOW IS THE TIME HUSTLE iHOcTWE are interested we can sell you a following to offer: COMPANY Geo. T. YOU MUST SOW Before You Can R.ea.p You might wall try to make forming pay without towing seed as try to make a mercan tile business pay without adver tising In Your Home P&per. 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