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AY EVENING, DECEMBER 8, 1921 1HUHSD HICKORY DAILY RECORD PAGE FIVE Hii.ll Si invl. NKwS , r' the High School :i in her. great '. , f hi'i' mother not t. her pupils. , i, , Knew her. ... I . 1 I- . 1 Thursday. Evcry .s though there ,'"t IttlK'lg tlic mvi' n-ports. An ,.f tin- U'MifM was iisw of eacn , .uofo a nil g the ! name ct some famous m:m n ' iila.'. -i n . woman and what ho did: Wo t rVj 'r T orks lief was shown u r "Jl, :n-. nc P"Pis nave ' - v.. niv irnsiiii was usen studying the life and work of tu l . ..... ,mi uuior 01 rairy tales. better i' nfrr1' ,S lVk?K '",h The play, 4'A Visit From the oud oV ii nl e M,!e fCelin? very Pai,ies," was well planned and acted. ' ( f v, 1 T nl W:iS heard to The staSe was beautifully decorated .i tyi'fl thi' Rreat improve- with trees to represent a forest: ment that she was coming back in! The dancers were very pretty in eight years and see how it looked i their fairy costumes of p-nk "and Ne nsk, what will eight years bring white. Others were dressed to reme "Tii t u ' r ,r , nt the "Little Match ' Girl," rne Merchant or Vnii-p' w rn f'lanco arA t ;fi v u" "Joy"1' by SX0At "y of the) Tuesday the fifth grade gave a ' ihloh s. llAnl mini E r il li i V. , ' - . i'i'n.i. im me wen . muuei icsson in neauing DeTon1 tile "vare c? the fact as we watch some teachers of Scuth rpW.;. ('Z trie dignified puis imitate Launce lot (iobo in the halls JEN. INSURANCE ! WRITTEN FOR i PAST YEAR ! CHARLOTTE CONFERENCE The oldo'r boys' conference, will be held at Charlotte, December -9-11. Boys going to this conference will. at. 5:5C a. m. arriving Charlotte 9 please meet at Hayes-Long- Drug: p. m. Return trip -vill be made Sun Company Friday 5:"0 p. m. Party day afternoon or nisrht . over saurfe leaves on No. 12 Southern Railway . road. J. D. SAMUELS 5br tilriit Xttian (Gift BHLKK is nothing ycu pive that ,j So' personal as ycur photcfirajv.. i,rciv.ur: s::g:!i.tuphtf..! ic Tr,g i r 4 ."ittinj?. J'ho.. Hdiriiin' Studio , N. C 1 ne nlav wus I tn topic of discission in the class j room Monday, but now, coming bas ket ball jjames are gradually taking I its place. J We hope that the people of Hick ; ovy will attend these forthcc.nins i basketball games. We know that we j cannot help winning if you- are bo( sting and helping us along j There must be cooperation between the high school pupil and his par lents. he boys are Ut play their first 'game Tuesday night with Vtvldeso. l ne crape I gmjps have given very interesting programs lately. A cer tain group has charge of the exer cises each day; the pupils of that group generally taking part. Af.iv the devotional exercises, recitations or muiic-.l selections are given. The chapel singing i under the direction of M:ss Dei rick.. Once a week Mrs. l'rown comes to the high school nd ttaches new sr'ngs in chapel. MARGARET HOLBROOK, Reporter On Thursday morning Dec. 2nd the fourth grade gave a very interesting By the Associated' Press. Niw York- T)p 8 Runnvtt m..:- t i i , - - m ion isennour nas returned to the 15th annual convention of hcnooi airer De;ng absent several Association of Life Insurance Presi weeks i with chicken po:i. j dents here today were said to in.ji- to the EVELYN VAN TASSEL, bchc'jl Reporter. CHICHESTER S PILLS m AM . A . a t . . . fill la tt4 tniMIoid tottMur low, Icil mint Ulua RlbUn. V Tali no wthap. Hujt of vunp UrumtlmU Am f c t ' irt-t' .rKS-T L' in lIAlM IIRANU PlLLB. fi yt. knori BaApffit. Always Kcll4lA SOU) BY ORUrEVERYivifERI cate that the new insurance ; Issued in the United States in 1921 will I amount to 13.150.000 separate poli-; THE HAPPIEST DOLL U'ies lor $8,535,000,000. This will; Julia Hefner, 4th grade Scuth school ima,k a tlL'erease cf three-quarters of It was Uiiristmss eve, and ''?ne per ecnt in the number (f PoMc-( Santy's house this conversation took Ies t,omPai' with last year, the1 place. Six dolls were talking most Prosperous in life insurance! One walking doll said "San'tv siid hlstoiV- 'lhii amount if new insur-; that I was to go to the little r'ch ' nce thus wou,d Le ir per cont less! Kill." "Oh!" said another "I am go-i;han that,of la,st year a,ui 2"G pcr! ing to a far better pi-ice than that, "'c" ?.head (f that f u T , I I am going to the little princess." S'?t.,stlcsl. were Panted by John One other doll said "I am goir"- to - IIolcombc'- president of the Phoea a little poor girl and I shall Lc'ju J x Matual Life Insurance company, as happy as I would be if I went to v- -"aitiord, Conn., who said that1 the nrincpss or the i i. Vi n ;, l" Th-ia 1921 record in new life nuar-' the conversation went on. :,m' "laks progress rather than re in a short time the dolls bade ! degression, and is an encouraging good bye tcv their friends and were ! :"dc .of "-turing normal business off to their new homes. cendit'ens. Now the dolls were to meet aaa.n, '"Rctuina have been furnished by in a short time. When it came lin.e H"! of the 272 life insurance corn all the dolls came crying except the Ponies doing busines$ in. the Umtea one that had gone to the poor gn h States," said Ir. TIelcombe. "Thee The others hJ been cast aside lor 48compajiise; wrale 5 97 per cent tf new ones. So alter all the doll ihat.the'new business of 1920. Their 1921 wpnt tft tho nnnr ii wa tho i,' returns ve based on the actual piest. Japanese firm will attempt to raft timber from British Columbia across the Pacific to Japan. The only relief given by tax mea sure is where it relieves you of your all. Wheeling Register. SAVE SAVES MONEY Buy AM Leather Shoes Our store is complete from the smallest moccasin to the high class dress shoes and oxfords. We handle only all leather shoes and stand behind them as such'. Shoes Woman's blk. kid 9 in. boots, military heel AA-B $7.50 Women's brown kid 9 in. Boots, military heel A to C $8. Momen's Man. calf brogue Imitation wing & Tip $6.50 Women's Brown Kid Boot, Military Heel . . . . .$7.00 Women's Mah. polish wide toe low Heel . :;. . , $4.QQ Women's Mah. Polish English Toe Low Heel. . .$4.00 Women's Kid Lace Plain Toe, Military Heel . . .$4.75 Women's Kid Lace Tip Toe Low Heel ... . .$3.35 Women!s brown kid lace Imitation tip, military heel $5 Old Ladjes Plain Toe Low Heel Comforts . ... . $2.75, Women's fat ankle kid lace Med. Heel . $3.65 Misses Kid lace School Heel .$2.50 Misses Genuine. Russian Calf Wilted Boot . . . . . $5.50 Misses Brown Kid Lace School Heel ......... .$2.15 Child's Kid Lace Low Heel . .$1.90 Child's Brown Elk Lace Spring Heel .$1.75 Child's black kid Low Heel .$1.40. Childs patent leather button white buck top -... . . $2.75 Infants natent leather button white buck top . . . $2.00 Infants kid button Top Heel $1.15 Infants Kid Button Tap Heel .$1.25 ! amount of new' business paid for up to November , 1st cz this year, plus an estimate for: the remaining two months, In 1920, the number of new policies issued was 13,248,01V, insuring $10,105,000,000.' ' . "Twenty years ago, in 1901, Aimeri can' life insurance companies wrote $2,020,000,000 of new insurance., A decade later, in 1911, the amount of new insurance was $2,870,000,000, an increase of a little more than on third. In 1921, therefore, the issue will be almost three times that of 1911. In the year 1919 and 1920, the issues were much greater than ever before. Money was plentiful and the results of the war and the epidemic of influenza had impressed upon the people the need of life insurance. In 1921. however, the business has been affected by" tt'ade conditions, strikes loss of employment and general re trenchment. Notwithstanding this, the amount cf life insurance this year will exceed that of any single year, with ' the exception of 1920. 'iUp to 1919, new life insurance each year, on the average, increased" about 10 per cent. This covered & neriod of about 20 years. One year the increase was as high as 18 peq cent. Another year it was as low sv four per cent.. Then, in 1910, came the unparalleled increase of 62 p?r cent over the new business of 1918; Thereto e, thst the aggregate amount of new life insurance in 1921 is less than that issued in -1920, is cause neither for surprise nor disappoint ment. In moral potentiality, consid ering the conditions under which the J921 pew insurance was bought by ine American jnwjiic,.-- .v,.,... j mark progress rather than retro j gression." n , , 'PAITI TNE FREDERICK PASTIME TODAY The screen has never seen acting of a mors compelling nature than that with which Pauline Frederick the noted dramatic star, invests v,he dual role. she portrays in the Robert soii-Cole production, "Sal vage," wlvich will' be shown at the Pastime theatre today and tomorrow, Pauline Frederick' has; few!, rivals', in the dramatic . power , .of ..her. .charac terization,' and her .splendid art is seen at its absolute best in her new production. In this drama a story. of -irfothef love Mi ss. Frederick is seen in two "distinctly 'different char acterizations as : Bernice Rfdgewayv a woman o strong character . v and powerful personality, and as . tKate Martin, a pitiful wreck of humanity with, every1 fine . instinct: crushed and living "out her existence in the city's slums. The cast includes, Milton Sills, Ralph Lewis and Raymond Hat ton. ' ' ' ' ' Added attraction Pathe News. Xford .$6:00 .$6.00 .$6.98 .$6.00 Ladies blk. Scotch Grain 3 strap Pumps . . .,. Ladies brown Scotch Grain 3 strap Pumps . . Ladies black kid Oxfords A to C Ladies Mah. Calf Oxfords, Military Heel . . . Ladies. Mah. Calf Brogues, imitation wing setray and tip ; $6.00 Ladies Russian Calf Brogues with Bal. strap A-C $8.25 Ladies Grey Swede 2 strap pump baby Louis heel $7.5lV Eryson-Suyder Co Dependable Shoes For Left's You Be The Judge HUNTING IN FRANCE Paris, Nov. 18. Hunting is gradu ally being revived in France. In the forest of Rambouillet a few days ago there was seen for the first time since the war one . of the most anci ent customs of . France. The hounds 'of the Dowager Duchess of Uzes as sembled at La Celle, the hunting grounds of the , Bourbons. Six priests, blessed the hounds while huntsmen blew music on their horns, and the hunting season was officially open. A Jargo .number of huntsmen were present. , . , ....... The ceremony was held on the an niversary of St. Hubert, the apostle of the Ardennes and patron .saint 'of the hunting field. It was at the same pcint in the forest that St. Hubert, son of the duke of Aquitaine, saved his father from being gored to death. Since then the clergy of the district have assembled each year to bless the hounds in memory of the courageous act o'fi the -saint. In 1914 . there were .11,800 hounds, 12,000 huntsmen and 285 packs in France. These figures were greatly redueed by the war. -- - i . . f i a , "THE STEALERS" GRAND TODAY ! "The Stea'ers," Wrilliam Chr-sty Ctibanne's remarkable human docu ment, released as an eight-reel Rob ertson Cole super special will be shown at the Grand' theatre Monday and Tuesday next. i The picture is full of virile action, t novel situations, and has a theme '. which is universal in its appeal be cause it deals with the two things that interest humans the most tha heart, and the soul. Visit TOY LAND Our Wonderful D o s Dolls that Walk Dolls That Cry Dolls That Talk And Say Bye-Bye Here you can see the famous SCHOENHUNT Dolls All pod, can'be broken, All ilather jMw 'm6sl . W " - ..beautiful :ever showi in Hickory r - .:i ; ;Walking;I)5lls, SLeii Dolls ad Stocking Dolls of all kind;and sizes aiidourline Guns Skates Tool Sets Ah erne T? 17 ft V thy Hdwe CKjy moer loys Bicycles Electric Trains Co. THE XMAS STORE mssFmsgsmsmKemm. xji GRANITE FALL'S EEG Saturday, December 10th 1921 1,;30P.M. We will sell, the Mr. and Mrs. J. O. Deat property of about 75i6 100 building' lots; ineluc way betweerHickoryjand tlie Post, Office. iV'Thefo plaritsr" No better ;slchpb Carjplihllro garages, J thf ee blocks of this property ; two drtigi;tOf es7'snirt ."f rctory, "roller mill : plenty, of business houses, with one department store. . ; Also one farm on the National Highway between Granite Falls and Hickory, with seven-room house,, sub-divided in small tracts, about one mile from the city, will be included in this sale. .V'. Above property will be sold to list and highest bidder on DEC. 10th, 1 :30 P. M., on Following Terms: 1 -3 Cash Balance 6 and 12 Months We know this is the property yo a have been trying to buy at pri vate sale, but have not been able to get a single lot at any price. This is an opportunity for the ho ne seeker or one who wants to make a safe investment. If you are in this class you cannot af ford to miss this sale. . U Music by A Live Wire Band Boyd.Buchanan Realty Co. Z. B. BUCHANAN Auctioneer T kit --5M tei rh-.'i -i ; 1; 5!