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17 cent vertisemMit Prs well at latter. Be wie1 f ine various ads u ne 12 Pages 2? large body of people W oL 14, No. 121 four-fifths of the goods sold in T Notice to Readers When you finish reading this newspa per place a lc stamp on this notice, hund it pOstalemploye ft will reach a soi- jtailpr at frori t 5. Of Christmas Peace Plan Kaiser is Outlined Washington, Dec. 21, What ports to be an outline of the kaiser's much advertised Christmas peace figh Point, N. C. Thursday, December 271917 pv Point the laboring people $1.50 a Year This Next Week's Paper pur- i terms nas reacnea nere tnrough the same neutral diplomatic chan nels which earlier in the we?k re ceived information to support inti mations from abroad that a new peace offer was coming. In the main, the terms as de scribed, follow the lines of those said to have been writttn by For- j J? R yr . ein Minister von Kuehlmann last I hr.1R summer. At that time they were denounced as having been written pareiy for political purposes. The so-called terms are said to leave the disposition of Alsace Loraine to a plebescite of inhabitants. England to pay Germany for her lost African colonies and the money to be used for the rehabilitation of Belgium, Serbia.Rtimania and North ern France Russian provinces bordering the Baltic, the Black Sea and Prussia to become independent, under a Ger man plan. Poland to be called an indepen dent state uuder Austrian suzeraity. Disarmament, freedom of the seas and commerce to be left to the peace conference. Rumania, Serbia and Montenegro to retain their original boundaries, with the right of access to the sea being granted to Serbia. Turkey to remain intact. IS next Week's nanpr fTW 27ih issue) which comes to you sev eral days, ahead on'; account of the iinsimas Holidays. . We wish "u an a merry Amas and New Year. one happy The Jamestown High School Closes Friday The fall term of the Jamestown high school closed Fridnv afi rnnon tmas v action. Term ex art na ions have n in rrrffrjoo since luesday marfltng and will be concluded Saturom The school is fortunate in havjj&jg a, suffici nt sup ply of coal on haird ..although there-' AA .LA.fi . . m causea very Christmas With the Sunday Schools Friday evening Ithe First Baptist and Fiist Reformed Sunday schools :ave their Christmas entertainments. A canti.ta will be given at the First p afternoon the children of MairuSet M. P. church will be given a vr at At WeaJjey Memoriar M. E. church Sunday iwuninM the children of the mem wn oe give i a at night interesting ex primary treat and cent cold weath rapid consumpt A fitting cli of the fall ter riooverized ba Association in school building- o clock. Extensa been made fi practically all ates and te The members? tees and othe Prof. N W State Teaehe present to may occasion . Ct T. R. Foust and! per of the co sion promises to in the school year time. HQS mm IYY9BL tO tTi mm : J: itnrat!aFd le supply e conclusion will be a the Alumni nent oi tie ening at 8 at ions have asion and mer gradu- toe present. rd of trus- en invited. dent of the ly, will be ress on the perintendent r eland, mem- of educa- The occa- ing event e present THINGS PERS9Nu3AND OF A GENERAL NATURE Mrs. D. 72 lbs. e rdses wil-be held. Monday evening the First. Pres byterian ' nurch will havea Christ m as tre-w4th -ftfesenfb. fQLjtu ejr y memb r GrHhe teiestiug exercises wdl be held. Practically all of the churches will have some form of Christmas enter ment for the children. Carries Coke to South Carolina T. E. Albertson and son qf Route 3 went to Spartanburg, S. C, last week to carry a load of coke for Mrr. Armstrong. Mr. Albertson says coke and coal aie almost as sc arce as diamonds in Spartanburg. While there he saw Mrs Armstrongs son (who is in the army) bringing in a bushel of coal which he had been fortunate enough to get. Mr. Alberi tion stopped in Charlotte and took on a load of Ford parts and brought here. The snow was also a heavy one all along the line to Spartan burg. CHRISTMAS CHEER Again we state that you will bring Christmas cheer to The Review office if you will square your ac count during the holidays. TO FIX WOOD PRICES Prices which may 'be charged for wood will be fixed by the fuel ad ministration for all parts of North Carolina, pursuant to instructions issued at headquarters in Greensboro to all the local fuel committees. A W. McAlister, the fuel administrator, informed the local committees of his authority from the Federal fuel ad ministration in Washington to fix wood prices, and advised his organ ization how to proceed He instruct ed the committeemen to be fair in their price scale, allowing the dealer a good profit, but stated that there is no obvious reason why wood should sell for a higher price in this State now than it did last month. Wood prices will be scaled to suit the locality, with the committeemen taking into consideration local con ditions. A basis for computation i? furnished by Mr. McAlister, who ad vises a 33 per cent, to 50 per cent, increase ia the price per cord over the price prevailing in 1916. these figures "to apply to wood in four and eight foot lengths on drays and wagons of farmers, or oa cars f. o. b. the place of shipment. Married Miss Annie Valentine and Lacy Lanier at the home of the Ticiating minister, Rev. James W. tfose of the West End Baptist church. Twin3 Born to jV$r 0. Cooper, twin girl respectively. T&Klast minute srfsamers are to be pifRrd. While you are enjoying plenty re member the poor and share with t. em. The pretty weather prevailing is ideal for Christmas shopping. It is hard to see howjjny one can be inderMteSov M&teLof tn-tver eotmrry wmcti you are in houor bound expected to support loyally. Be at least human do your bit you know bow by now The Wachovia Bank & Trust Co will s?art a Christmas Savings Club n Dec 26th. This will make four banks in the city having these clubs. The Moffitt Furnishing Co. tells you that the time is short but that the store is plentifully stocked for the present with useful Christmas presents and invites you to call early and shop with pleasure. Read what is offered in ad. today. Buy a Red Cross seal and help your fellow-man sufferer of the white plague. Gilmer's Specialty Store announces a big event. See ad. The Beavans store has big values and many useful Xmas piesents. See ad. The Bank of Commerce points you to a splendid way to save. See page about the Christmas Savings Club. The Commercial National Bank announces the opening of the 1918 Christmas Savings Fund. The ad. elsewhere tells you all about it. The High Point Review is to be congratulated upon its holiday edi tion in which many of the business people have carried nice advertise ments. The edition is illustrated with Chiistmas decorations iu colors and is a nicely gotten up paper. Asheboro Courier. The People's House Furnishing Co. tells you of furniture of distinc tive character for Christmas and it will pay you to visit this large fur niture store while shopping. Alston Clark has gone to Wash ington to enlist in the aviation corps. W. A. Lanier and Thos. McKen zie, employed at the plant of the flnnsolidated Veneer Co , this city, were in an automobile accident) Tuesday at Thomasville Tram No. 37 struck the truck they were in, badly damaging it and painfully though not seriously wounding the men. The car stopped on the -track and there was not enough time get it out of the way before the train struck it. If you smell escaping gas report it at once to Manager Jennings of the local plant. The cold weather may cause some pipes to burst. Help save the full supply by at once giv ing notice. rm - Married Miss Edith Holt and John Gordon at the M. P Parson age this week, Rev. Geo. R. Brown officiating. m Si r.-.-;-: : "tpy.-.iJ!B.i-a uaftiSHiuiK is STARVING the bears her little baby night anc ita little body wast lowly a ground, its weak cry stilled j STARV1 IF THIS WE In War Countries M ILLJO LESS - lay, piteoualy crying; for food see :niil, exhausted, it lies on tne cola silent, mute appeal passes away YOUR CHILD! NS of children face the bitter cold of another mnter without food hun dreds of thousands in rs, and nked. Marty live in holes in the ground, like wild beaats, children gnaw at the carcasses of deadnimalfi to -and in the ones; separated from par- nelds by the roadside, li ents, lie starving, dying rf-ALONE! DEATH IN OUR COM WeakeneflHusrJHl. MORE WILL DTE th ions of cusummW sTARvmiiro JSWWtfeeaaPs of underfeeding and exposure, MILLIONS 1 is winter if we do not help them. a ai 10 CENTS urHI give a starving chHd one day's life 3 DOLLARS, one month's life 35 DOLLARS, one year's life Cver 509,000 American boys and girls are working and sacrificing month by month to helt. THIS CHRISTMAS OUR BOYS ARE OFFERING THEIR LIVES TO SAVE THESE STARVING CHILDREN. You have a few friends with whom you customarily exchange Christmas gifts. Won't YOU write at least one friend that you are sending the money-cost of his or her remembrance to the Children of America's Army of Relief to keep the breath of life in some little body, and ask that your gift be sent in the sam e way, using slips 1 and 2 below if you wish. This exchange of gifts means temporary pleasure to you Life or death to them. I 0 CUT OUT and send this slip with your remittance. "CHRISTMAS GIFT OF LIFE CHILDREN OF AMERICA'S ARMY OF RELIEF (Address to this Payer or nearest local National depoosttaxy below) In the name of- Nam for whom given Street and Number Town- eee-easeeeee4oeoeeoe State I am sending to give life to some starving child of our Amount Name of Sender - Street and Number. Town State allies in warring countries. 2 CUT OUT and send this slip to friend for whom gift is made. CHRISTMAS GIFT OF LIFE am sending the cost of your Christmas Gift to the Children of Americas Army of Relief, Boston, Mass., to give life to some starving child, if you intend sending a gift to me this year, won't you send them the money it would cost, to keep another child from dying. Name IN GOD'S NAME HELP NOW! NO MATTER HOW LITTLE THEY ARE DYING! CHILDREN OF AMERICA'S FUND NATIONAL ADVISORY COMMITTEE tHARL.ES W. E ttAVlD STARR !H MAKU L. MALLAUK1I1 L. 0Uli UJN, rrejicient university oi Minnesota lOHN H. FINI-BY, Fn OHN U. niP CLLEN F. FBJ LIOT, President Emeritus Harvard University JORDAN, Chancellor Emeritus Stanford Uni. , President Mass. Institute of BENT Tech. i the State of New York INLJSY, President 'University ef t HI B BEN, President Princeton University ttWeliesley College Rockefeller Foundation AM IN I. WHEELER. President University ef California L. AMES, Principal Brown School, Hartford, Conn. BTTELL. Prin. Williams Memorial Insti. New London L T. CONDON, fuperfatsgdent Clncfcufcti Public Schools IELEN TEMPLE COOKE. Principal Dana Hall, WeUesley .M. GWINN, Superintendent Schools. New Orleans. Ls rHA.TtI.KS S. ACESON. Suoenntendent Scbools. Lvna. Maaa. I. V. JOYNER. State Superintendent el Education, North Carolina HOMER P. LEWIS, Superintendent Worcester Public School ALFRED E. STEARNS Principal, Phillips Andover Academy 1Y M. GU LEWIS, Superintendent Worcester Public Schools WINSLOW, PrladpsI LaseU Seminary FLCHARD C FRE EXECUTIVE BOARD M ACLAURIN, Chairman, Pres. Mass Inst, of Tech. DERIC H. FAY. Fay, Spefford, and Thorndike, Consulting snnneers. Boston EVERETT MORSS, President Simplex Wire and Cable Co.. Boston Gtneral Secretary Manqtr Treasurer Harac. tL Teraer Ms S. Csdmsn OM Colony Trait Co. MAKE OUT REMITTANCES TO CHILDREN OF AMERICA'S FUND and mail to nenrest of the following NATIONAL DEPOSITARIES MECHANICS ft METALS NAT'L BANK, New York, If. OLD COLONY TRUST CO.. Boston. Mass, FRANKLIN NAT'L BANK. Philadelphia, Pa. MUNSEY TRUST CO., Washington, D. C CENTRAL TRUST COMPANY OF. ILLINOIS, CENTRAL STATE BANK, Minneapolis, Mian. BANK OF ORLEANS, New Orleans, La. THE FIRST NAT'L BANK. Denver, Colorado ANGLO ft LONDON PARIS NATX BANK. San Francisco, C JLADU ft TALI ON BANK, Portland, Or Chicago, Advertisement inserted free as a Christmas sift to the Starving Children Editor Killed a Big Jlaci Bear Lee Meredith, while a.t home Wed nesday afternoon near Oak jriill school, three miles of thb city, killed a 200-Jb. black bear. .Of course the big game was skinned bnd "bar" meat will whet the appetites of Mere dith s household for some time dur ing these days of high prices. Lee bought the bear from Rube Vail sorn time ago and had it at his house where the killing occurred ! Thing If- It would have been a great thing if the various banks throughout the country .conducting Christmas sav ings clubs had turned them imo war savings stamps and thrift clubs this year. If the war keeps on for any great length of time every agency possible will have to be put ro work to collect the pennies and dimes throughout the land. As the saying goes: "Eventually, why not now?" SPECIAL SHIP WITH MAIL FOR U. S TROOPS AT PORT A French Port, Dec 21. A spe cial ship carrying 20,000 sacks of Christmas mail ftr the. American troops arrived today. The army postoffice has 50 special freight cars and an extra heavy detail of men to handle the mail, which will be rushed to 20 branch postofflces. whence it will be distributed on or before Christmas day. Another steamer arrived on Mon day with 4,600 sacks of army mail, mostly Christmas presents. JAMES B DUKE AGAIN GIVES HANDSOMELY TO PREACAERS Trinity College, Dec 21. Again this year James B. Duke is contrib uting through Trinity College the sum of $10,000 for the use of worn out Methodist preachers and widows and orphans cf deceased Methodist preachers within the bounds of North Carolina. Tlje amount that goes to eec'i one from this fund is fixed by the appropriatioaa made to the claimant from the funds provided V 1 M oy tne cnurcn lor tms. purpose. President Fw is sendiM out checks today with Christmas fir jags ano- ftiMrressions of great 'Will from' Mr. Duke and Truiny Col lege. post, t the Don't Forget that the Christmas Savings Club of the Home Banking Co. is ready to receive members at any time now and that Saturday would be a good day to join. The first payment is due Monday, Dec. 24th, but the earlier you come the better and avoid the rush, but any time next week will do if inconvenient to call sooner. See ad. elsewhere. PATRIOTISM WITH A PINCH The man who doea without new clothes and wears his last ear's rags, yet foots the bill for wifey's new suit, dress and coat! Isn't that genuine patriotism? HIGH POINT, ROUTE 4. (By Mary A. Clodfelter.) As there is going to be two papers this week it requires two letters from me. The Review keeps grow ing. This morning my husband said The Review kept getting better ev ery issue. Lei's all of us correspon dents stand by Editor Stamey and help him make the paper better and better by writing all the news possi ble each we$k. Mr. and Mrs. John Neal and three children of Oklahoma have returned home after a visit to their relatives in this neighborhood. Mrs. C. C. Smith is some better. Mrs. Luther Hine. who is at the High ! Point Hospital, is also improving. Wood is the cry now. People can't get enough. It is bringing as high as $8.00 a cord in small lots. Miss Lou Hine will return home next week from the Charlotte hos pital, where she has been for some time under treatment lor nerve trouble. She is the niece of the writer. D. E. Clodfelter has caught 15 rabbits since the snow fell. The snow has been removed from the sand-clay roads. Mrs. D. E. and Roby Clodfelter visited Mr. and Mrs. R. M. Clodfelter Sunday. "God made the earth in six days and rested on the seventh", so we should keep the Sabbath holy, and we should not do anything on that day we could have done in the week, but serve Him "who doeth all things well,' on the Sabbath. Merry Christmas to all and hop ing that every reader will be re membered Christmas morning.