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Gives levvs 01 Resolution Says Ee Does Ntt Thiik an UvestigatlM Necessary or Called lor ky tin Iisnranee CoadlUoos Now Existing 1L fi tee ".-MH I- Raleigh, Feb. 6. In connection with the fight that hi being waged ia the North Carolina ge.ieral as sembly. over the Koonce joint resolu- MUnd every aid in my power to Hon for a legislative investigation of make It ao. A carefully selected the conduct of fire insurance com- eommittee should, under the reaolu panlea in North Carolina," In which j tion. be empowered, if they find they the house committee on propositions! rannot perform the work during the and grievances has given the resolu-; tion an unfavorable report. State Commissioner of Insurance James K. Young has given the following signifi cant expression of bis views to mem bers of the assembly who are to soon pass upon the measure: "I do not think an investigation necessary or called for by the Insur- to. which, and its conditions in this nee conditions of the sute or 1, state, attention was called In my would have embodied It in my recom-i recommendations (see numbers ; 3 mendations to the general assembly. land 4). In my opinion the amount But. 1 do not claim to knew it all or that the committee can spend should to be infallible. If the general as- not be unlimited as it is now, but sembly in their wisdom decide that j should be limited to $3,000, $10,000, o Investigation is desirable, no one, 1 13,000, or euch amount as may be in the state is more desirous of get-; detuned proper by the general sa ting any information thereby than I' sembly. The Investigating com m it am, and no one will act more prompt-! tee of Illinois general assembly cost ly in the use of such information, between $5,000 and $10,000. In As insurance commissioner it is my j New York $50,000 was appropriated duty each day to undertake to solve for the expenses of their Investigat the problem involved in the super- ing committee, and I understand vision of insurance companies in this from Judge Hotchkiss, the insurance nate, and I trust that 1 am aware commissioner of the atate, that more not only of the importance and re-: would probably be necessary." THEYOVILL BE PAJWEB ITOX THIS "WEEK 13! GENERAL AvSEMBLT. ! Raleigh, Feb. . A little over half of the time of the general assembly Transylvania county negro. Is to pay t 1911 has passed, and. ar hough only - the death penalty in the electric chair a, few bills of general state-wide in- at the state's prison Friday morning terest nave pasaed and been ratified, of this week for killing his wife Sep the legislature baa done an unusually .ember 28th. He ran down his wife large amount of work aa compared as she fled from him with her baby with former legislatures, so say ob- in ber arms, and dealt her a blow servant men who have been identified over the head with his gun that with Nona Carolina general assent-! b-oke the stock and crushed her biles for years. Hundreds of local skull. The baby was also injured and bills are going trough the red tape died within a few days. There aeems of the legislative mill, w bile several to be some doubt of the negro's mental vublic acts of importance are making responsibility, and bo-h the judge and oratress towards the ratification goal, The coming week will be a very busy ( one wbi ooia none", lorim iifiiig , special o ders (or three measures ia ib vnaic ana sis m nr mmv in the former branch of the lawmaking. body the fate of Piedmont county will be decided Thursday at noon, the fate of Avery county Wednesday night, and the Boydea bill, providing for t ta?e building commission and the. is suance of $1.000 ,(X lu bonds to build state administration building t ia Raleigh, will be determined by the senatora Wednesday at noon. In the bouse the special orders of the week Include the bills creating Piedmont and Hoke counties, resolution ratify ing the lS'h amendment to the I". S constitution empowering roogra to levy and ce'.lecr a federal income tax. and Representative Connor's bill call lag for a uniform bill of lading. REKEARINS III HUH CASE C.I ME IT TOIHY l r.I.IHKtl. SITI1KMK fill ItT. San Fran'l-o. Cal. Feb. . Tb can of Abraham Ruef, the former pelitiial bos of Sun Fran'iwo who iw sentenced to fourteen year In the penitentiary nr bribery of a supervisor, ram up fur rehearing today in tbe atate supreme court. Kuet 'oavk.tI two years ago after a trial that lasted nearly four moft'b and hhb was sae Henna tioaal by the attempt to aaeewrtnate Fraarta J. Henej, th special prose cutor la tbe case. CiiM bis convic tion vry itt and turn knows to tbe law has been employed to save the former poli'i'ai boa from jtrinon Recently be baa been enjoying bis liberty under iia. bail. The ina:n contention in aupport of the preer,t request f.r new trial ia that the riier of a bribe ia an ac ton.pltrr and easily guilty with the biver of bribe money, and that thus far bin tr,mny It InadmiMible. bb'xiltt this intenti'a be upheld by the supreme ioirt. In opposition to the opinion epre4 by tbe ap relt o.trt. many of the prinripal ltiie aiainst It nef would tie atla 0naiinM trom teMifying m ujms b7.d Ki'lkt'irf. Tritt, Feb f. reid..n'a of tbe Tmiisv!. pi:(u. larly those who fought against the ! in b fi'irr war, are in mourn, lag ioJy for 0e. met A. Cronje, th o!d Boer e4r, he death oc eurr-d y!tdy. Onernl Cronje was in ibstge of tb weffvra army t the South Afrit aa republie In the ret.njt war, and Was la command at the famous bat'le ot Modder river i vlseain Raeirl si Pertsge Portage. Wts., Fel. 1he snnual bonsptel of the vVipoatto Curling sa aoririon opened bre today wfb aa attendance of over . nr rinks Iroto potats thrrwgSotit Wisr-onsta, wb m few from M;anei The. " '! ' gre.t rink ie-,DMy tomp for the c.nt tuning el.b. Stole Isponsibility of the position, but also difficulties "If an investigation is decided upon 'lit shmilri ha full mikI I am willinc tc remaining days of this general as sembly, to continue their work aftei its adjournment and report to the neit general assembly. The word 'fire' should be stricken from the resolution aud the investigation made to cover all classes of insurance, and especially assessment life Insurance,1 THREE ELEtTBOtTTIOXS TAKE PLACE. TO Raleigh. Feb. C Phillip Mills, a the solicitor are understood to have I recommended lhat the governor com- j uiuir mr sentence, oo me eiectrocu- lion may no: occur. " - nr urn rirviroumiua m set lor Wednesday, February 15th. when 'a- negro recently convicted in a special court gua-ded by two military com paniea at Oxford, of the fiendish crime of criminal assault, murder and arson, will re tainly pay the penalty for hia crime which startled the whole coun try. Then Chas. Plyler. the I'nion county murderer, la to die in the elec-! trie chair James B. Friday. February 17th; Allison, the Buncombe county mn-derer, on Friday, February i Zi-a, and Norman Lewis, the negro who killed the chief of police of - Spring Hope, has a date coming to him that ia just now staved off by ap- peal to tbe supreme court Then there is J. C. Holly, just sentenced from Wilmington to be electrocuted April I for his double crime of the nm der of Edwrd Cromwell and tbe burning of Rock Sorinrs hot-P I Sill UlllIU SHOT: TRW.MlY AT THilll-.KII.I.KD BY Will-: III' HIS l-KIKVD. tlrely consumed before any one dis- t barleston. S. t Feb. . Shot covered the Ore. The loss Is some tour time and instaatly killed by ,hnf ilk(, wnlCB ,g ptrXiiUj Mm. X. M. Haye. a young woman !n jCoered by Insurance, ber home at Tabor, X. C, Just across g(.n. wm be take at one tn..ri l,tht South Csrolina line, Saturday eirumg, uor.cn at. rioya, a promi- nert chunk member, bad a member ot the aenior da at the South Caro - lias Medirat college In Charleston, lie dead at bis home in Conway, M'irh mystery surrounds the kill ing. Floyd arrived In Tabor early'" " in . .... I..., , . later, tour aboU rang out and rush id rush" Floyd ws 39 year of age and ei; edurated. Mrs. Hayes, the slay er ut tbe young man. is prominently tonne ted. itb the revolver U her hand while ''H fM,rfA ? !. that he riord . dead body lay at her feet. d'd Tm "f.A'Tf ' 00 lh' -Me insults tne.nd I killed him." . ton- . her simple statement. Alm t0. of BLOVEB RESTING EBi'saaK . i will be devoted to tbe discussion of HILmrrl(r K'.H10DITI0 Uncommercial club work, with especl.l PfUltlti RlWlBfi iw aiima Inference to the best m thuds of de. rWUB-RLWlRft Or IW. vHopln, the ue and advertlalng It Wilson. Feb ).-J p. m.-Jiuter' resting e. tVindrion Improved. Mii:isiy still under arms. Murderer fill at large. Message received from i so many different point saying the mmderer ha been een, there la nothing accurate, Xumerou parties sr till earthlng Tbe combined re wards of the state, county, city and sheriff, and Individual, now amount ! to tt,00. Will Young, on ot the gang under arrest In Wilson county, d l,,re Wet 'an outlaw. Wilson, Feb. 3;S p. m.Th ie. "'' ae ween ts near Keniy. Troon. nt from here to ,d in cap - Wg bla. DURHAM RECORDER, DURHAM, N. id TUESDAY, TWO RAILROAD ACCIDENTS HERE K Negro Killed and a Seaboard Employe Badly Scalded Norfolk and Western tralu No. 35, is it was pulling into the yards Satur lay evening, ran over and killed Jessie Hoi man, colored. The accident occurred about 800 yards north of the Pearl mills. Hol man had evidently laid down on the side of the track for a nap with the jross-tie as a pill. w. The pilot struck him about halfway up the run ning board, and he was thrown some distance from the track in a heap. From the fact that his right arm was badly crushed it ia judged that he was lying on the side of the track with his head supported on the cross-tie by his arm. The unfortunate victim of his own carelessness never regained conscious ness and died a short time after he was taken up from the tracks. He was well known about town. At the time of his death he was employed as fireman at the Pearl mills. He . was formerly employed with the Norfolk and Western here, and was a stead going and faithful workman. The Norfolk and Western is exoner ated from any blame in the accident The stretch of track along which the accident occurred ia very dark, and as the negro w as on the opposite side from the engineer It would have been Impossible for him to have seen the victim of the accident. Mr. Gallagher Badly Scalded. Mr. J. F. Gallagher, who ia employed ! by the Seaboard on the yarda here, was seriously scalded Saturday even' ing while blowing the ashes" out of the fire-box of a locomotive engine. Mr. Gallagher was under the engine in the ashpit and was attempting to turn the steam into the ashpan of the engine when the valve blew out. The boiler had a heavy pressure of dry steam and this rushed out with ter rific force, filling the ashpit Mr. Gallagher was badly scalded about the face and shoulders and also about the legs. Had it not been for his pres ence of mind he would likely have be-n burned to death. As soon as the valve bursted Mr. Gallagher made quick get-away in spite of the blind ing steam and the difficult position In which was placed. It was at first thought that he had been fatally burned, but he ia resting well today. j .Rajy. T A BOOt m m m ' - . jr raSSCa Away aaiHTIUy The funeral services over the re mains of the late Rev. T. A. Boone, who died at his home at Mocksvllle Saturday morning, were held thia af ternoon at that place. Mrs. Clyde Dixon, of Durham, who was the daughter of "the deceased, la attending the funeral Rev. Boone was one of the most prominent members of the Methodist church, and was well known here. He baa not been in tbe active min istry tor some time, having retired . some time ago on account of HI health. He waa tbe father of Mr. R B. Boone, who formerly lived here, ' but who baa been in Oklahoma for J some time. ; , icrinn Rnlldlnn ,aCnOOI 1JIU1O1II0 Nearly Destroyed The public school building at Red wood, in Oak Grove township, was almost totally destroyed by Are at an early hour Saturday nlgtt i It I not known bow the fire origl na'd. Tbe buildlrg was almost en- rebuilding the atructure. and a suit- hle bulMina wilt Im. -rnn-A in i,n. tnr the fall term. ' , , , An Yrntw Vrreie. In tbe Saturday issue of the Sun it a Inadvertently stated lhat Mr. , f inuiiiuiir was connected with the i Adams vs Hester case. It was an .-"niinnja, ana tne correction ia gladly made. and bla knowledge of a witness. T BmsI Heath Dalela. Sioux Fall. S. D, Feb. . Large delegations of visitors arrived in the city today to participate In tbe annual Federation of Corn South Daktira. The ! meeting will last over tomorrow, and "f'Ur'e t ly ('mwlsoleaer Meek Tbe board of county cmrolrmer met in regular session today for tbe tratisactlon of tbe regular rouUne buxiness. The en ire session today was consumed with the auditing of bill that came la for ettleinent. Tbe commuwlonera will probably be In efn all day tomorrow. Mr. Ceaaelly Qslte III. Ur It Vrmi rVntl 1. ,, . ,iiis room at the Y. M. ('.. A. aufferina ifrom an attk of ut ,di,",tkn S He was taken m ,,,,Hs, mgV. GREAT SUPPLY OE ELECTRICITY 4 r ., i i ' , Sonlhern Power Company's Rep- .reseotalives Were in Durham The Immense supply of electrical . ... . .k..Mn energy, generatea oy me doiiioi Power compauy, which auplies witr motive power a large part of the ma- hlnerv now in operation l the fieu- mont section will soon be at the dis posal of Durham .manufacturers and othera who use thia , product ot twentieth century Ingenuity. Renresentatives df the Southern Power company were here last week and looked over the city with a view to securing a site for the erection of a power plant to act as a substation for aupplylng tbe consumers ol energy here with the product of the Catawba river. A tentative site was agreed upon, though the location ot tbe plant has not been definitely de termined as yet. A corps ot engineers are now at work surveying the line from Greens boro to Durham and aa poon aa the survey la completed the work of se curing the right of way will be be gun. As soon as thia can be secured the construction of the line from Greensboro to Durham will be com menced and pushed to immediate pletion. . . The coming of the Southern Power company into the city will without doubt be hailed with delight by all usera of energy, especially tbe cotton milla and other industrial plant Practically all of the cotton mills along the Hue have discarded theli steam power plants and are using the electrical energy on account ol its cheapness and convenience. The power that will be used here will bt transmitted something like 150 miles, but with the methods ot high voltage transmission now iu use, the distance causea only slight loss in the energy generated. It waa etated- to a Sua reporter thia morning by one closely con nected with tbe promoters ot the Southern Power company that the line would be extended east from here, aa soon as the line Is completed from Greensboro to this point Jt is the Intention of the company to reach practically every' Industrial enterprise in the section and to sup ply the motive power to a Urge part ot the machinery in operation in the state. With the development of the Pied mont Traction system, which meana cheaper freight ..rates, together wtyh toe cneap and emcicnt power, meana that the Piedmont section Is entering upon the greatest period of prosperity in Its history. It has been stated that Mr. B. N. Duke, of this city, who ia the . moving spirit practically all ot this electrical de velopment. Is to become the J Hill of the aouth and by tbe electrical development to do for this section what Hill did for the northwest with railroad development. ' ' . . ' A Double Wedding ' ' In East Durham The borne of Mr. J. C. W hitley In Eaet Durham waa tbe acene of a beautiful double wedding after chnrrb services last night. The brides were Misses Emma and Myrtle Hall and the groom were Messrs. William Whitley and B. O. Vaughan, respectively. Tbe ceremony was performed by the Rev. O. X. Marshall, pastor ot the Edgemont Baptist church. Only a few of the friends of the contracting parties were present, the Intention of the couples having been kept a pro found secret. Mr. Whitley is employed by the Durham Buggy ' company, and Mr. Vaughan bold , position with 4he Markbam-Harri-Taylor company,' Acrldeat mt Speeeer. Spencer, Feb. 6. Fred LofUn, an employee of the Southern Railway company at Spencer, w everely In jured here yesterday by tielng ntruck la the head b a heavy pipe. While working around a locomotive be was knocked unconscious, and was rushed to a hospital In Salisbury for treat ment. Th ee years ago be was aerl ously injured by 'he t plosion of a powder magaxln In Su-iicer, losing an eye in the accident, and had not fully recovered. Chatham Farmer Fatally Injured I'ittsboro, Feb. Mr. George vtonuy, an industrious A Heronil Nlim1M k IL.I.nM. I Hickory Xut tnwnsl.ii, .11., i .-i.!,"r, "Plea's to be especially idd l"B,r' "r inn inrve pr n ipai ,, . " . Woody w l tt 7b vf hin ' a," pTW: hta fi,,', f ("b ! ' C,nna "d r-n" I1D- not lr' ,1 tT'l V t, . Ii-illevior. remoied the molar as h! manager, I going t build a one-! Coming. Xtieeilii. laiitit.i,V J' 'erdy t-!ifyi,g n hi uitil rnAf by tieal Ortotr. audi Igetit. Whatlslt? Whr. ihw Creat "l,,n'M d""'al company, lie t,pi leiei:iiv li.rtAiet to be given frei',,",,cc ,n" Ih-w at nm ihe ith the New Vork Sui.dag World. ""r ,n office th other day A complete novel, all at one and "1 0, neied bard free. To jut can't get II unless youu Tey all laugbted when my teeth order in advance. llememWI a ac.1n" "" told the court, "bm ond bberlork Holme ft, -In Hua-Ildo'l ee the Juke - day, Feb. !, Imn I Japg.t tbe date.! Trr- a as mor laughter when the , , ; 1"",rf ""led that the tts be mark - I eklngfon. England, F-b. g.-AnH eUil.it A Tbe Jury ,,,rd,.d fir., entire tiding vlllge of 2,3 me,,. ; I'.O d.mag.a.-Xew York Wo Id. hu h bad been established ti the be : , . . ou tie ol Rlrirlin ..,. a ... -1..,.. iirernawiro necoro 1 '. ; iiimiee i-oiin,,. , ih-b m a nie on r riiuy tilcfal "How sIhiuI a n,.i ,i. , , t v " r im i row j , . ,. . ., Tbe disaster was ,ot tovwtU until ,.mp.ln with might gt anake-bliten. A thunder Nr. John L. Capr, lorw.r rltl- moriilng. when tB village .( airesdri "The at. ri.'.h t . tri , , !rorm ,B, morning about daylight of Wlnaton-Salem, i In Mlc o-i of i,bt. p,at, hv. .", UimL. 'Z tttJu 'f! T'. A,' ,"t 'Ul " l?" ' imUt nt th rt" 'he ini but have not yt r(rwo,d I harmnnie quartet " '"lla- abat I usiislty said ahu.it the mi bull fights, according in a rn,munl- . ? " ' "" N early spring. i lrin re.elved by on of hi frlfl.l. FEBRUARY 7, 1911. tpTOiaiiisB conil MEET y.lS IS CHARGED WITH KILLINU nv ttitTrROKT. .; i Mr; Victor S. Bryant left today for Oxford, where he will reprcseut O. Houston Dove, who will be tried at JUb term of .Granville criminal cuurt for the murder of Joseph Iloycrort. Roy croft waa killed iu a near-beor saloon near , Deuuaham on Friday llcht. January 27, and at the coroners Inquest, held the following day. Dove ! ... . t .a .1-1 I ...Ilk 1 was held without bond charged wlthUlie farmers to raise their on seed killing Roycroft with a knife. The trial of thia case will likely begin to morrow morning,- and the defendant will be represented by Mr. B-yant, of Oils city, aud Gen. Royaler, of. Ox ford. Judge Frank Daniels is pre- siding at thia term of court, and Solici tor Gat t is will prosecute the case for the state. - - Ql'KKH VAUK I.N H1STOIIY. American Demonstration Again! a British Actor Coat 1:50 Uvea. The moat notable real tragedy re corded in the history of the theater waa that of the Astor Place.riot, New York, May 10, 1849. Edwin Fo rest. the American tragedian, had been treated with such hostility in London that he had to abandon bis engage ment in that city, although he en- Joyed great success and favor In the English provinces. The' friend f Forrest In New York took their re venge on Macready, the greet Eng-4 lisb tragedian, lie was hissed trom tbe stage of the Astor I'luce opera bouse the night of May T, aud pre pared to return home. But many New Yorkers, sincere admirers of the actor, boiling to overcome opposition, prevailed on him to reappear three nights later iu tbe character of Mac beth. ' These friends, by aid of the police. controlled the audience to tbe extent that few enemies of Macready were admitted, but a veritable mob gath ered outside. .i.. hJtiu! failure to gain entrance, the hostile smashed every window In tbe theater and threatened to destroy it The performance could not be given. Macready, in disguise, made his enit through tbe mob and reached bit! Meanwhile the mob hotel In aafety. aud the police contended, but tbe lat ter were In danger of massacre when tbe militia arrived. Tbe crowd hooted the reading of the riot act by the commander of the seventh regiment. Stones were hurled at tbe soldiers and many of them were scrioucly in jured before they were allowed to protect themselves. When they were In grave danger df, being overcome by the mob, they were ordered to close column, load and fire at will. This.o-ur waa met by the mob, but the eoMlers responded in kind, and W wv-eVJi ICVIiVIIMrU IU MiliJ. HUH when the flKht waa over there wrr 130 dead aud too woundeJ. Mac- ready almost Immediately returned to England. Kansas City Time. Style for All M.atra. Henry Turner Bailey, the Boston ar tlt, baa laid down s set of rule "in cbeerfulnt; bla object In life Im trm Iddl rate Wednesday or whereby women of high and low de. tb purauit ot bapplne. and. like ( Thursday, and tb eaatrrn state gree. fat, thin. UU. or short, can the Infant creeping tuard a rak of jThuraday or Friday. Thi. third dia aeblere esthetic perfection in style. , snap, be won't be happy till be geta jlwbance of tbe wek will reach th and The Plalndealer haaten to gtvu'lt. , jraclflc eoat by Wednesday or Thr- them for the benefit of fa tnauy lady! Kpigrammailc romparbious of pti-dr ui Prevail over tbe middle wct reader. Here are tbe rule: ;iuit ad pwiinlt drop trora tb llpltb mi t eek. Marked varl- It you are tail, wear gnwua made of would be ita: The pimil """ la temperature will occur dur on boriaontal line, and nevee bav tb rose the praslmist feel Its tborns." w ,B o practically all dia- dre too long, or too short. "Of two evil, the opbiilsi ihoowthe t of the Rocky mountain If you are hort, your rotume leaser, tbe pelmlt lo4h." It la nut! . should be made on vertical lines. rar to cover the uesalmist wiih j.b.f TIDirr UCUt IC IHMturvT 'W't nave your nresse snort, re. ; gardlejs of tye. you ar a'out, dreM plainly lu laat th bouat oplmlt. bow lmg a one color ecbuw. iwuld !1h human race iaal? Tbe op- It you are thin, a mlM goel 1 tlmiat sits upou iu deck t.t crowd permissible. ri temer, .reWly smiling. Win. Woman posse!! kree fe-t fullv content. Th hruiuiui it should never wear un hm.a. Whether feet n large or amatl Did broad bulldog toe la Inar'U'ic from HmaglnatSon and adviae him not o i" ,b rfJ- Tb dcumcrat will aup every point of view. ; worry. fr ail mill com right In tbIw1 ln"t a man. An Informal In conclusina Mr lilley say, end Xererth"leM. tb (eaimit K,.tana nf the hMs rcpublirana dl- ... (.uiiui-innauie uruae tUey "rff Retittlrrment f , arsaalft. The main perparatlon for a Journal plaee Zv V T, " catton thatTe i h , '"T 7?" mlT Wh-t a - 1 1 4:r,xir wuc rareer caa be obtained la meat. What are tbe menta? The '"' "- caiiiiidar mus', if vouiik-, pwuje certain natural apt! tua. rnfon.maieir the alway be surely determined until the iway be sure y determined until th .M I a g,d w.y on in hi. eVn. e that native In bleb no vhool ea im.r,. b, thH me Impair. There n.u.t ai, t- . pupii H w some pet Bllar alertness to be f,rt, ,f b. man life, a Qulckne and rattu.!!.. of mind which would a IuhmI juat y tbe maxim that there la Sng dltil to lb boro Vmrn.hat in ..t - . - : -. a It the Wltmta chal- In l-.i.. .... larmer oii.k . " -. i . ..... ... . nearly ail sections f ih. . KTCOUNTYHOME Thursday the 9th Is the Day II Will be Held For the purpose of encouraging coiu Instead of paying a fancy price for It to seed dealers, the I'nlted St..es dipartuB"' f Mrlculture has arranged to have a seed corn uitotlug at the county home ou next Thurs day, the 9th. - ! All of the farmers of the county are urged to be present. Tbe day will be spent iu the discussion of min crawina in general ami the studying of samples, which the farm- nr urcoil to brill With thclU. It ia hoped by the department to start a movement for several good seed farms lu each county which will sup ply the demand tor a good quality of seed and help in increasing the yield per acre. The following circular has been sent out bylbe department: Dear Sir; The corn crop ia one of the iiist important In this section of , it suite. The average yield per acre; for j uuiulK-r of year past has been very low. as a result, isrmera us bought large unantllloa of corn, pay ing about 1 1 per bushel for it, when, aa has bceu shown by the farmera' cooperative deniouatratlou work, they ran easily grow alt they need at a cost of about 23 cents per buahel. It they w ill use the best methods and ulaut the bet seed. In order to assist farmer in incae: - .a I matters we are going to have teed corn meeting at the county home on Thursday, tbe fib. W will spend , i. .,.,vi. ,m mnA itlai-iiuilnB tnlK Pertaining to corn growing, V Invite you to come and bring wui nardjy be aatlafled with letting from 2i to luO ears of your best the law take ta course. The police corn. We will go through It care-;f-ce haa been aupptled iwith auto fully to kara of lu good and bad matlc plaiols and rifles to be kept at point. From tbe ears selected at "..'r. '7 .""?;! a gtoains demand for good aeod. I'liiw intite your neighbors and, urge the farmer boys la your com-! - , luunity to come and ' bring eorn. Washitigtou, Feb. Tbe eoming Tcarher of agriculture, aeed growere j ek will be narked by a series ot atid members of th Hoys' Corn club well-defined storm areaa. presalng movement will be Interested In tbe east ard across the I'niied Bute . luecting, from the Pacific ocean, In consequence " 1 - (of whlcrt periods of fair and foul Ties) ler the PelaaUL ! weather wilt follow ia quick saccea- There la a story of aa ei-CbrUt Ian ' . according ta (he weekly foiwaat Scientist, who. when asked why be,0 weather burrao. The first of bad relaue4 or ba. kalhl. or become ! dlatrbeact U now ar tbe on-chriatian-unacientlfic. eonftaed hi " " " ' - - "'"( ilr4 ot '" " bp - py ail tbe time" Evidently that wan needed an ocraainnal dash ot ocmI- maim to make life Interesting af. ter the mon-jtony of irerskttent un - varying optimism. The hojeIely to- curbie opUmUra ff el tie, wallowa. I'xiny aa it he deserved it. If there Were no twln.ia'a In bat. beid him, smell antoke and Ix gin to fid of. Th r.ii4iuilt .t ti t ta. up af4 "noe rm(i- till be dlfcov.,1" ' aiwtll Bait are gulug .rs re, which la then .quietly aub- dued. But when, on hi rrtii n. be tells the optimist of it, the oppimist exclaim trlumnhsntlv: ixdn-i tmr.nt hou demoera a. but most of " WM " r11 " '"cirAnd ', ,h" l't of It l. the! .Vlntlaf. f.,nfWe. e I, ju.i.fM -1 ibmik to be p4mi.i.-LlcHiir'itt's. . ... - '(newlp of tte Ntage. ' miner ns written a m-w "r Kh v.,11 -" tbe end of the " v , K-al. th tt.e Jolly-WlM r..m, Rahel Crofher ha written a tt, '" " of '' ''" rH"4- '" 'e, 1 ln.be, belt,.1 hl hlht ' ! huZt J . ' , -er.l l'-1er and.f... TT?. tof "l.l iJny Grant hate bn enaaced bvl i ., ... . .. .. i nillllon-diillar Ihoator In lt.in ti 'i,r Lauder baa been engsged for ' Vwrk' rrh All pfepsrartoua " oiienlng bill. jhav been cmnpleted for th wetbllng Livingston I ct,lslMirtTng of Vla Oould. daughter of Mr. Hh Mrs, Martha Itcllinger tin th!"11 Mr" ould. and U4 'alter' aeenarlo, "A Woman'a' '"" London, which la lob tb "phere." whkb won the prlae offered '"r,w1 m r by a New York tisir tne ih. h. orh sm lety this winter. Fourocba k su-naMo of a play. It - tt4 by Henry II, liar . ,,, ' Hfcl MeM . . ' . Will be ptO' srria, IIEGBO HID TJOT YET TAKEN The Saturday Klstt Oses Fail to Hxlerlize, ' ..... , Wilson, Feb. .-8iituriliiy, iilghl'ii clues, thut the ucgro desperadoes who murdered Deputy . Sheriff Mumford and seriously wounded Chief at. Po lice Glover here Friduy afternoon, had been located, ; failed to ' tnaterlalixe Suuduy morning, and up to IS o'clock -last night they were still at large, al though other clues as to their where abouts are coming ta tbioV, and fast. The latest development. In the mat ter are the arrest of , Jim Simma, a negro who is eaid to have been lu the house of Mary Young at tbe time r tbe snooting, and a message to Sheriff Sharp from Sheriff McGcacb of Cumberland, to the effect that Lewis West, the mulatto leader of the gang, waa swn at his boiu near Fayette villw Sunday afternoon. (ilotrr Will Die. The fuuitral services over the body ui uviuij oin rin siumiord we'e cou- ducted at the , residence yesterduy inerulng. . It was dcidedly the bluett funeral ever held In Wilson. Profuse ; floral deslgna and tbe large saw blag that gathered to pay the laat respects to the dead deputy attested the true worh of h roan and the sor row caused by his niurde". The con dition ot Chief of Police Glover took a turn for the worae yesterday and laat night bis condition w as considered extremely critical. It it feared that be will die. Every precautionary measure to prevent a demonstration lu case the J criminal are tun down baa burn .taken, but If fneliug continues at tb ! same htrh nlick It h.. aince the crime the enraged etUaena onauquarirrs in caa of an emergency. Week's Wealtier Will De Fair and Foul eastern alope of the Rocky mountain. . B,' ' east wail, at- i by rain in southern, rain or I In middle and snows in norberu (district -ast ot the MiaaiMippI rlw-r, 0 r'rB Atkntte ite Monday of Tuesday. Another dUturbance w HI tper on the I'aclBc eoat Monday. (Continued from rage One) low tariff would come in this country froa tr- trdn In farm pnductt. Tbe Canadian agrt-mrnt will b P4td by tbe b'Mit. tit thia tin re la prac trull no l..uut. it will be re I Pirt(r4 out Of till anil ninnt lh. tt tote for it, The attitude of the nt deiuocrat pl"'d In amir meaiur on that Pected fo be for It Pr-ni.tit. M.C.ll. I. charge f reclprorlty , t0M h,,. , crn" a the vo.a to put It tthriuftb. j While tbe e. meola ar Comenirai- t.Z-, - , 1;..' J'f U'Uu 'iTZL,ZV,' X" "Z InZZT I " , ' 19 f . ani tne reriruc ity agr rm. iit. I'laseri Uh! 'iIL .,. . ' ..'."T VT " '! "ac. " coming, irwm i "J r 'Jd Wedatag. aiiernoon is tne nour nseir ceremony. wnicn win oe per- lormed in ttt. Itartholomtw'a rburrb. and will be followed by large recep tion at tbe Fifth avenu residence of th bride' parent.