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BE SURE TO PUT IN YOUR
A BOTTLE OF
Malt Whiskey I
The Best for all Emergencies.
It is the most efficacious remedy
known for chills, fever, colds, dysen?
tery, diarrhoea, nausea, sunstroke and
all other summer ills.
To avoid ill effects from
change of water, take it he
lore meals and on retiring.
Sold in SEALED BOTTLES ONLY
by druggists, grocers and dealers, or
direct, SI.00 a large bottle. He nutc i
you get DUFFY'S. Write for free I
medical booklet ana doctor's advice. 8
The Duffy Malt Whiskey Co., E
Rochester, N. V.
.tTlMV AVt.VTOIl KILLED.
Machine Totallj Wrecked nml itemnlns
Found AtilonR liclirln.
rorberlt;:. Germany, June 22.?An
ther nrmy aviator was killed here
yesterday evening- Lieutenant Von
fslkenhayn, of the German army, after
making a f 11klit on the military nero
*rora*. attempted to lund, but made a
aise movement with one of tho levers,
'which caused him to dash to tho
^ ihd with tyreat force. The machine
as totally wrecked nnd tho body of
th? aMiator was found among tho
Meet Ins* for This Wc<-U.
Mjalclpal mcitincs for the week hare
t'T- rcbedttlcd us follows:
Moadey?Committee on Relief of the Poor
? : T u'ciock: Committee on Prlntltip nnd
KT Limi and j'?int meeting of the Committees
7. '-f of t!it Poor and Finance at 8
Wednesday?Committee! on l.orni Asstes
BCBts, Bt. John's llurinl Oroiind nt s
Thursday?committee on Water at S
e :to ck.
Trtday?Committees on Ptreet? nnd M?r
?????_? si I o'clock.
I About one dozen to be. Bold at
2ft per cent., 30 per cent, and
.40 per cent, discount. The i
?ore great values.
New Process Cns Ranges
Sellers' Kitchen Cabinets.
SpecinI Monday.?-Solid Oak
Cobbler Seat Dining Chair, 69c. i
1418-1420 E. Main Street,
1105 Hull Street.
The W. B. Catlett
528 Bust Main Street,
Wiring of'renldenctts a specialty. Eleo
trie and com hi ntttion hv..:i era, Tbl
largest show-room In the South.
Place Your Order
Before the Rash
Gathering in Baltimore on Tues?
day Will Bo Twenty-First
jackson first nominee
Two-Thirds Rule for Naming
of Candidate an Inviolable
[Special to The Times-Dispatch.]
Washington, June 22.?When the
DemocraUo oonvenUon 1b opened Tugb
day in Baltimore the twenty-first such
gathorlng wlU bo at hand. It's a long
time back to 1832, when the flrBt con?
vention was hold, and It, too. In Bal?
timore, and momentous have boen the
years which have followed.
Ever since tbo ?ret convention was
held there have boon two Inviolable
rules la the party?that the dolcuatue,
when so Instructed, should oust the
votes of their mate** ua a unit, und the
other that nu candidate nhoula be nom?
inate! without a Lwo-lhlrdB majority.
These rules nave ulwayB been solemnly
adjicrel to. In the year of the tirst
convention Andrew J ticks on. "Old Hick?
ory," hub nominated and elocted Pres?
ident und Martin Van Buren Vicu-Pred
Baltimore also had the second con?
vention, held In lsiiij, and that year
Van Buren was elected President anil
Richard M. Johnson Vlee-Prealdent.
Tlie third convention was also hold
,ln Baltimore lu 1840, und again named
Van Bureu lor President, but namod
no one for eocond pl?ov, leaving that
matter to the several btatos. In that
convention the .'lrst complete party
plutforu) ever l'oi muiuted und put tor
ward was adopted.
As In previous years, the couveutlvti
ol ia44 was also hed la Baltimore, and
a tierce tin vo days' iigm eubued between
Van Buren ana James K. Pulk, lue lat?
ter Dually coining out victorious becauae
of Vau B?rens views regarding the
annexation of Texas.
Taylor and Fllinore, Whigs, dol'eate 1
tliu Gats und Butler ticket in 1S4S, tliut
uonveution being characterized by sonic ;
ol t:iu sharpest eouiUcta that have oc- i
currod in tbo party's history except '
pu slbiy tiioBe ul 1860 and lo?tj.
"Dark hornes" began to bo popular (
about 1862, when franklin Pierce wua
pained to lead tno Democrats', with
William 1'. IClUg, of Alaoama, as h..v
Ip lu the time of the convention of
1866 au Buch gatherings had been hold
in Baltimore, but in the year named
Cincinnati W us the city chosen fur Uio
meeting. Four days were spent In tno |
Seluctlun of Candida i.-s, the result beug i
that James Buchanan was Drought to
tiie front for first place on th? ticket j
und Jvhn C Brecklnrldgo for second '
Mont luxcltlng Convention.
But perhaps ttio motu Intensuly ox- 1
citing uf oJl such meetluga wua Uutt |
held at Oharlcaton lu April, 1380, just i
beluro tbo buouiing of the big guns oil
Fort Btiintcr began. Ten days were
spent in the solootlon of candidates, and
nearly sixty ballots n*cro taken, wltn
tho result tJuit nothing wuh uccom
pushed, ti:o convention splitting into
two parta. section putting up Ste?
phen a. Douglas, of Illinois, und Her- j
licl v . Johnson, of Georgia, mid the I
in, othor Brecklnrldgo for President
and Joseph l>un?,, of Oregon, for Vice- I
President, Both tickets were defeated 1
by the J.lnooln-Hamlln ticket.
Chicago iiud the convi ntlon of 1864,
at which time all efforts were being
mado to hold tho party and keep it
from being smashed to pieces because
of the Civil War. then raging In nil
Ha fury, 'leorge B, MeClollan, of New
Jersey, and George H. Pendleton, of
Oliio. for lirst and second place, m
speotlveiy, saw what remained of tho
party go down to defeat.
In lit!?, when tho convention -w-as
held In New York, tho Seymour-Blair
ticktet was put In tbo field. It being
the bellof of the party leaders thai a
, iinbluatlon of New York and .Mis?
souri men might meet with success,
but tilts was not to be, and the ticket
met defeat at tho hands of Giant and
Baltimore again came to the front
In is,2. when the convention of that
year was held In tho Monumental
City, Horuoe Greeley und Gratz
Brown again taw tho ticket defeated
by the regular Republkan organiza?
Tilden and Hendriks Im the Demo?
crats at bt. I.ouIb in lsrf, and came
within a stone's throw of ?in i si s.
sines that tune tho nominees have
been Hancock and English, at Cin?
cinnati In l-co; Cleveland and Ken
drieks, at Chicago In 1884; Cleveland
and Thurman, ut New York 'n i^5', i
Cleveland and Stevenson, at Chicago
In l>'-2. Bryan and ?ewell, at Chicago j
in 1 Sf>6; Biynn and Stevenson, at Knu- i
ms city in 1S00; Parker and Davis, at
St. Louis lit 1004! and Bryan-and Kern,
at Denvor In 1908 P. H. McG.
DORSET?Died, at his residence. Sat- I
urday. ,Pmn 12. 1!<12. at io;;-o a. M.,
OALHOUN HAWKljfS DORSET, in
the forty-fourth year of his t'c? '
\ Funeral TO-DAV at tbo Woodland
Heglns Baptist Cnurch at 4 o'clock.
Interment In Hollywood.
WOODY*?bled. Saturday, June 22. 1912,
at . P. m, at his residence, ft " Nor?.i
Twenty-fifth Street. James m.
WOODY, In the slxty-sl.xth year of
The Mineral will take place MON?
DAY AFTERNOON, June 24, at 4.:;?
o'clock from tho above residence. In?
terment In Onkwood.
I JBWETT?-Died, at Marlon. Vs.. June
22, PUTNEY W. JEWETT.
funeral at Ml. Pisgah Methodist
Church, Mid'.othiati. VB.J SUNDAY*,
June 23, at 4 P. M.
WILSON?Died, at hie home In Ralt'
more, Md., Saturday, June 22, 1012
SIR. CHAR, WILSON. Mr. Wilson Is
the father of Oeo. B, Wilson, or 101?
I'ark, this city, ills remains will
be brought hero for Interment it.
Funeral notice later.
I .VKAL?Dled, M a TT IM FRANKLIN
nkal, Infant daughter of T. I. and
lieu lull B. Ncul
Cunorui from residence MONDAY",
lu A. M,, Stop je, .Soven pines.
DOflSKT? Died, at his rosiden.ee, Sat?
urday, June 23, ut )'? a, m., UAL
nur:, ua a K inh DORSBn ?:. iha
fui ty-foui lh >tar of hih ape
Funeral SUNDAY^ June 28, at 4 p.
M, from Woodund Hui*fh'.s Baptist
Church, interment ir. Hollywood.
iiA'tMiiAJV?.Died, at t.is retldence
?",12 Last Ciay Street, Hi'MiV
HAOliriAeV, As-'d im* ?I>it year?
Inlt.-r.ifent v,-i}i taka 5:It, ... a Seven
Pir:eb i'aur.r.ir; fjemctery MONDAY,
June H, at 11 U.
ELDRIDGB B. DAVIS, 905 West Marshall Street.
No. 3A Folding Buster Brown.
Specifications: For picture- . inches; adapted for six
or ten exposure film (ISA or 1SB>.
Dimensions, 2,'jxPVx',U inches. Weight, 29 ounces, l.c::*,
Aneco Meniscus Achromatic, Shutter, Midget. Finder, t>i>i
limit, revcrvisible, for horizontal and vertical pictures, in i 'iii
bination with two tripod sockets. Noiseless winding key.
Safety spool-holding arrangement. Automatic focusing lock.
C. N. C1IALKLEY, 1912 Balnbrldge Street.
No. 2A Folding Buster Brown.
Specifications: For pictures 2)4x4)4 inches. Adapted for
six or twelve exposure film (oA or 6B).
Dimensions, 2x-lx8lj Inches. Weicht. 21 ounces. Lens,
AnsCO Meniscus Achromatic. Automatic spool.holding ar
raugemcnt. Noiseless winding key. l inder, brilliant, for hori?
zontal or verticil pictures. Automatic focusing lock.
MISS EVA ELLETT, 508 North Ninth Street.
No. 1 Folding Buster Brown.
Specifications: For pictures 2,'4x3J4' inches; adapted for six
expo-urc film t 1A>.
Dimensions, l}fx.\)fx6}i inches. Weight, 16 ounces. Lens,
a good Mcnisi u - Achromatic Shutter, self-setting and operated
by a finger release lever. For time l?ull> and instantaneous pic?
tures Kinder, brilliant, for horizontal ami vertical pictures.
Noiseless winding key.
When you ro to the grocer's to buy bread. ask him for DAISY Bread, then cut the label off the bread and keep it. .-Vk vour neighbors to save DAISY Bread
Labels for you. Offer to buy DAISY Bread for your neighbors if they will give you the l ibel?. Collect all the DAISY Bread Labels you can get. Then make a pack?
age of them, place your full name and address on the package, and send or bring them to the American Bread and Baking Co.'s office, 6 F.ast Leigh Street, before 12
o'clock noon Saturday, June 29th.
They will be counted, and if you are one of the three highest you will be notified, and one of the cameras will be sent direct to your home free of charge.
See. that you get DAISY Bread Labels, as we will not accept labels from any other bread.
IMPORTANT.?The coupon at the bottom of this advertisement is good for 50 labels. Cut it out write your name and address on it. and put it in your pack?
age of labels. It will be. counted as 50 labels. On!;/ one coupon will be allowed and counted.
Now get busy and win a Beautiful Camera, and remember the second contest cnd> at noon next Saturday, June 29th.
It's the richest, most wholesome and delicious bread money can buy. and you get the Cameras and develop?
ment of your films free.
If you want a Camera, or have a friend who wants one. buy DAISY Bread and save youi labels. Send them
into our office any time before, or not later than Saturday, June. 20th, at noon. Tie them up in neat little pack?
ages of 25, 50 or 100 each, state the number you have, and be sure to write your name and address plainly.
The prize- will be. awarded and names of the fortunate winners will be published next Sunday, June 30th, in
The Times-1 ?ispatch.
Continuing this week we will give FREE three Cameras, and each week,
until further notice, or prizes equally valuable and attractive.
So that if you do not win a prize this week you will have other chances. No winner will be allowed to com?
pete in fuHKcr contests. Don't wait. Start right in NOW - THIS WEEK.
Films Developed Free
TIk Cameras h lyc been purchased from the G. L. MALL OPTICAL CO., hit . 211 East Broad Str. et. and
this linn has agreed to Develop Films FREE for the winners, also to give FRF.E instruction in developing arid
printing, provided the winners ol the Cameras buy their blank films from them.
This coupon counts the same as Fifty Labels.
W rite full name and address on thi3 and place
it in youi pack.ige uf DAISY Bread Labels.
No. of labels in package.
Co.. 6 E, Lei
PRAYER DELIVERED BY
DR. JOHN WESLEY HILL
Chicago, .lime 2 2? -l>r. John Wesley
Mill, president "( the International j
)?. a :o Forum, delivered the prayer to
day before the Republican National
Convention, lie f-r-ok*. hh follows:
"O, Thou who Hltteth ui>r,;i 'ho circle ]
if the heavene, unto \\ nom all things
81.50 Wash Suits, Rus^ r7$%
sian styles, sizes 2\$ to 6. i JC.
S2.50 Khaki Suits. Q"? PA
Norfolk Knicker styl? - ej>i.?eJU
S6 Fancy Woolen
Silins, wool Knick? r ft"A A O
$1.25 Straw Hats for OA
p;r,,ill bo\ s .
$1.25 All-Wool nine Serge
Knicker Pants, tf
lined, sizes 8 to 16..,, 4$.
Men's 81.00 Percale C
Shirt's. _ tj
?Men's 5Qc Underwear, OP
Men's $1.50 Shirts
come In beautj and perfection, we ap?
proach Thee, supported by the mem
oiles of past mercies, encouraged bj
the token! ol fhy love, lured by the
light id, onci etrengtnened
oi i.he Inspiration <jf Thy Spirit.
"We ihank I'hee, that unto us Th>
glory haa been revealed, that upon u:i
i'hj knowledge 'iu.j dawned, while
about us are the manlfoatationa 01
that Providcnci :i!i:n U imminent in
the affair* ?i the world.
"We praise Thee tor Thy enriching
blessings; ier thi iaws wnich urc In
league with us und the forces which
arc our friends; for the wealth of
mountain:' and that more j cal of th?
generous got] m<s producta of th"
neld and forest and far-resounding
sea. for home and scbdol and sanctuary,
for flag ? i . urj ; for light and
liberty and life; and, ubove all, for
the revelattoi . Thyself in the race
of Jffiis < tfu Isl
i- i ? 'he great things rep?
resented hi ? lo 'Jay?the party of
freedom and ? ualltjN courage and
patriotism, pi gress and prosperity,
with its -mid of triumphant
history, V\ < in a Thee for the prin?
ciples, achlevei ents und lea Sera of
thii party; , nebln and Grant, for
Uurflcld, Harr - u .-nid McKinley, the
heroes and patri is i>t vanished years,
yta, the Pair :. of to-day, who arc
striving fo: the mathtcnuncc of mat
Is trie guarantoo ol
human rights . caual justice w
"Wo pray T] blessing upon this
assembly, i ? delegates up?n whom
devolve ardtii - responsibilities, uraui
unto tnem clei rnena or vision, ntrength
or pur,.Of". Hnd purity of patriotism,
thru they may neither falter nor fall
In the execution of duty.
M i l..'1, wo ; Thee, the President
of to.- United ttes Wo manic Thee
for the Inspiration of his leauerahlp
and the a reut neun of hl? achioveinont?.
"?lees ;?? Oovernor of tnia Mtato .
an.i or ell tlu HtntcM, Hloss nil luw
mnkers and i glstrates. Hiess our
"i.in.- ciilxenship, Clrnnt ttiat wo muv
tie possusued i . knowledge that shall
dlspo) tlurUni and a vlrMu that
shall hnnlsl Ami mi may we
dwell (OKclliei |n iih.irty, y,.il!< in light,
? d ;?' ? . ???. ,.i owe ntgl) qallingi
"We Pro fni nu land find nation,
Have i.? from . ?? and violence, niivy ;
mid haired, rr>silessn?sa, revolution,
'?Commsirui Thy blessing, we pray
. lipon on?* awn Jand, i
hul upon nations m The eSFfh,
land espop|a|l; upon tue nations fhai j
iKfu.te ||, gioasn Bring iu>f>n Iheip the
jpeauly f.i i.,.r.rii- and the /ruitruliiass !
I Of summ?; ...... hasten the r|rii;dicfcs
jdaw.j r.f universal neatie, whan llie wsf
,<i;-i....o . heard no )un8*f *?? i
when tfti hattiefftg thai) M ?*?
the parliament or man. And unto Thee i
vtti we aacrtba the praise and glory
Albert? I.nnm? I p.
Alberta') Vh . .tune 2: The A Vr'.a Dp
l . , -platten t* it.? rim- o' a n?w
cnn^rn that to expected to innVr Aih?rt^
, loarom mto city dimensions, or ?t leait
Into \*rg? town dimension* C. f>. furrow,
ef Lan-reneevllla, and T< T Kennedy, ot
Kenbrldpe, ore ts.? moving tplrlta in this
h '.>iim.tjj.L.^uajLJixuti BaaawB area.. i eatss
Hopkins Furniture Co.,
7 West Broad St,
Cash or Credit,
development n'hen.e. Tit" corporation hes
boniflit Over Wo h'-rrs of land hereabouts,
Including all of the ?rr?*irn upon w li
the tuwii Manu? It Is understood that tlie>
h*ve already located here two or Ihre? ltt
Me?. Lnirra ?? ? Jett.
(Special to Thl T4mo? l-ispa ich !
SpotaXivanla, Vs.. June 22.-Mr
1.8 ura F "it. widow of Julius W
J'tt. of thin county, died yof-terday at
her residence, near Spotaylyanla, of
heart disease Mri Jett was n native
[of New York, and < ame to Virginia
:lit lS.fif. with her parent!, where ?h<
i hud resided ever sinre. Ehe la fur
i vlved by nine sons and two daughters.
I three sisters and two brothers, and .1
> number <?! other relatives. Hho was ?
[bixty-slx years of age.
I Mrs. S. V Alderman.
[Special 10 The Times-Dispatch.]
1 .Salisbury. N. C, .lime '.'2.? While on j
GOODMAN ? In :ad but loving reinem
brunco of my son, wiO.si.L,?' QOOD-1
?man. who nled two years err* 10- 1
uay, June 2 v. 1S10.
Two years have passed and still we ;
Miss mm more and more each day; I
Home on earth Is not the same
Since God took Wesley uwuy.
PAPA and MAMMA.
SMITH?In sa-l but loving remem?
brance of my devoted mother, MKS
l?DMOXlA a. SMITH, who departed
tills life one year ago, June K2, 1911.
One year hns passed, and still 1
Frlend.n may think the wound Is
Hut little they know the sorrow
That's within my hear; concealed.
Hy her devoted son,
a. .1. sj.nHTm.
V.'JI.T.IAMH In loving lomcmbrnnoo ot
our ilenr one, who died two ymtvei
ago lo-day, Jutiu IS, 101?, Pl'Hll'*. .1.
W1DUTAMS, wire or It. P.. Williams.
conn?in loving memory of MUH
IOUZABISTll ItlCHAItUH COHll, who
dle.d thriio. ycuri iiko, June' 83.
fly tier jmi't nib,
SAMUfSI, TS, AND MAmiAHKT
HA("ltO-,In s.td hut loving memory of
nur little fi'lonrt, ri.ovn, who loft
us nno y?ttp aae in.day,
"Gone but not forgotten."
_BY IHH 1'I.AYMATES.
t_:iimL- ?< ' ^-'?-?x * - '? > .". .1 _'t
Udo Hate J-ov Clatfaittrat.on
stands wer^lng estate, shrubbery,
lawris and, vogetahleai middle.ftKiiii,
sober and, Inrti'Strlniisi goad refer?
ences. Adrtree? GAJvP^NKfl, oare
Mr, .rehnson, T. W, Wettfa Beed
18 vl?lt to Iit rtetiRhtor. Mrs. w. ><.
Blackmer, of Salisbury, Mrs. 8, S aI
dcrniun, ,,f Marlanna, Fla., died sud?
denly iht? afternoon. tihe was seventy
two yenri old, and la survived by her
hunhnnd nnd thr. e daughters?Mrs. n.
D. Daflln, of Marlanna, Fla.; Mrs I..
W. Toy, of Bufaula, Aln.. and Mrs. W.
s Blaokmer. of Salisbury. The re
mains will be sent to Marlanna for
100. all sizes, just from
Louisa County, 25c per lb.
Sides and Shoulders, 18c
Small Jowls, 12 Jic per lb.
No. 00 Broad St.
Phones Monroe 512.513
Children's White Canvas
Button Shoes, $1.00
kino ok riiobi,
5th and Broad
Fe; Oil Cooking and