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THE ' DURHAM .
Published "semi-weekly, every Tues day and Friday, by the Durham Sua PublUblng Company. - Office, 109 Man gum Street. Pnone, No. 27. - , . ' GH C. SIBLET, Editor and Manager. Sahserlptloa Bate. One Tear (hi advance)......... 11.00 Six Montht (in advance).,.. .... .60 Three Montha (in advance)..... .35 Advertising rates Application. made known on Entered at Durham, N C post office as eec-Oiid-clasa mail matter. f There appears to be an armistice In xJdb Angeles alto. ' . To fight or not to fight; that Is the question-- In Mexico. Wat the earthquake only an ad vertising scheme also! - Is a four-barrell blind tiger bigger than a 40-galldi ;tijl y - - -The Durham marathon team now knows the meaning, ot hard luck. The hookworm Is also partly re sponsible tor the room at the op. Speaker Clark tat worn out three gavels, and the session is young yet Tennessee ought to have a ''re call" law to- brina-ber legislature back. v t I Tbreet xallnoi wretki'ln one day ought to draw an investigation from congress. Before science discovered the hook worm It was spring fever or plain laziness ' Most any adventurous boy would prefer to be Wright than president Just now. - Some Chicago professor might break Into print by defending the mosquito. The prophesy that the senate will pan the reciprocity law is good news. If true. Three carloads of whiskey re ceived In Raleigh la one day doesnt look very "dry." There will be no bookworms on the Los Angeles- eosrt troceediags- evlie the trial begins. A primary Is the next best thing to a direct election the campaign will be the same. The man who talks too much often cause bis own downfall, evidence visit Nebraska. For The "third degree" Is one of the relics of barbarism that should be relegated to the scrap heap. Durham's law and order league) evidently means business and the breakers bad better take notice.! There were no four-barrell tigers caught la the Durham raid. The big ones were tipped off and ran to cover. ! . J as the teat president, to bt h Judaoa Harmon et sit respectfully protest. C.tM It's only natural that I. N.jmor -Dl-B hnman fur the southern C. had rather It would bave been congressmen to bare reUllated sbtn the other way If tbey bad to lost5 one debate. It looks like a lire-sentence for the Tennessee legislators who stuck to their posts. They can't adjourn, wimoui a quorum. ... fits to be derived from the passage It ha. been noted that the one- of , bm TDlse u.n.nu Wlj, W tT'VTn W"" MWe":ib. '"gely .bared by the wage earn but the versatile ellow gets -iore;er f rountry MlJ ,he ,oontr H The comniiMion ffcrm star Is rie- mv uiinm ioiii Drn a '10 pi wui i ue nru ta to sork ItK auinothly under It? voie buiitwss men will not turn aUrlff . . dollar ! until they can e U In; nussia sk. I'n'k'sam f"r Informa. tb-ir mind's eye returning, leading a tlon to .,.,- wlU) bWr. b,.y lot of smafi change by the Land. L,ht (hro . pMirit prlmut. Adyt,dy sbo ba. been watching H tU'm "M the trtt1 fr the pairt few day. will f j,, , y, f(mirki aot be surprtswl to see the k-.ve. lTWig Urkl4 , iu biowb or u.t tcnta of May. The Wayaeasliki u,.n who I. held j f"C't'rq,:''y ir"uhu for brutally beating his stPi-rfaurh-! . ' ' r . .. .. siepoaiign Af mrWrillu,n tnrmeni Wtsn Icr deserves all the puni.brHent',,,,, ,. ,.,,-.. , A ... n,i f . n lnil'd Htati-s and KngUnd will tuplce out to aim, however severe I. . ' he more to b- point than The Ihg.jc That charge axalnst Mrs. In, Unn. of Atlanta, Is certainly evl- -i.Si In f., 0 k UJ classed onen a. hcr-barbarien. The .pint of "Wb.fi the use?" is standl.,1 la the say of progress In, many lines. How about the home!u for feeble-minded children for Dur- ?' PltOPKRTV ASSICSSMKNT. , . The beginning of a new property assessment throughout the state on Monday serves to call attention once more to th dishonesty of property owners in having their property listed below its real value. The constitution of North Carolina re quires "all property be listed for taxation at its true money .Value." Thousands of good citlsens, " who would defend the constitution with their own lives, take solemn oath that their , property has been listed according to this provision when they know at the time they are taking the oath that they value the prop erty at three or four times the listed price and that the property would bring more than the listed price if It were sold at public auction. , Property values in every part it North Carolina have increased at 10 per cent since the last assess ment was made. If this Increase was placed upon the books for taxa tion, the problem of securing reve nue for needy state Institutions would be solved at once. Tet when the assessors go to list the property, they wih find that it has deterior ated in value, if the statements of some of the owners is believed. .. It Is stated by those in position to know that there are numbers of pieces of property in Durham coun ty whlch have never been' listed for taxation. The state ad county' have been : cheated , of the revenue to which they are rightfully 'entitled. The qwners of this property' have enjoyed the benefits of government year after )etry btt, like .parasites have refased lo pay thc4r pnjpfar.Uon ate sh.re of the expense of govern mental protection. , - This tendency to elude taxation Is not confined to this county. It is as prevalent as the ownership of prop erty Itself. The new law passed by the last legislature has as Its pur pose the equalization of taxation and the listing of property at its true value. Whether this deep rooted tendency in the human make up can. be overcome hy. the law 're mains, to be seen. F.IKMKItS FP.K.K LIST lill.l During the discussion' of the farmers'- free lift illin conirre,ss tbl week,' the New' England' congressmen have entered the plea that fin put ting articles on the free list -the demo crats have discriminated against the farmers and manufacturers -of the northern states, .white leaving pro tective duties on articles produced in the southern states."'...- If this'! were, true' the southern representatives would have Btod rea son to rejoice over the pleadings of their -. New England brethri an For years, legislation at Washington has been dictated Xy Xew England -tcpi'ts sentatlves favoring New England lh dustriea, and discriminating against southern industries. The finer g S'le of colton f00Jto manufactured In the New England states have rcetved hih Protcrt'v iuti jeer products of the southern mills have beta compelled to go iuto the market without protection- The same has been true of many other southern products For years south- tern ' congressmen have iirotctted Ju ttion in the legislation framed by j northern and New England rrr-risen ftttives, and It would have been no 'hey came Into power. Instead of retaliating, however, the farmers' free list prepared by a North Carolina congresMtuan is ea tirely free rom diw-imiiiation of every kind. The farmers of all acc- tions will share equally in the bene- ! Is made a law the better. Hij.j. 0. actions and pnns tlicir 'own conduct congress would, jr. p ihave mo'e time to attend to the I proposition larger than the tlriil aud erjnfcr;nw. ,t Kt, ,hat I Ayewk ! - ,n, WD g1)tk bsnds. While w.iMng f.rr the sfate highway take sUbe It would bnt h a idea to ko on build!.,, other . rowda. ;ivi(J. All the world Is akin. Man to man, man to beast, man to matorial thinpa In that every th'ng which ran be reduced to an atom is a part ot the great works of the universe. In that every invisible, intangible In fluences Is attirg and is acted upon by every other force in existence. Whether conscious or not of these relations they exert their .Influence on human beings daily. , The strong.' robust Individual ex hales a radiant glow ' which per meates the atmosphere of his being. The Intelligent giant effects with his personality an uplifting power.. The beautiful and graceful are to liphtcn the toiis of daily routine work; The sick and weakling make us feel the pangs ot sympathy; , " . Sadder days will come, maybe not for us, but for those who may be dear to us. The helpless and de pendent are f& burden we ish to boar, and to take control of. Homes are built tor the blind, for the cripple, for the homeless and or phans. Widows and fatherless are provided for. Though not sufficient ly It seems, yet gladly the pennies and dimes go from the more fortu nate to help, fallen man. , , -As every good gift should be fully enjoyed, as every sentiment that gjes with it should be fully realized, jJeo ought our giving be done with discretion. . ..-,. .'. ! ''Many, cities have formed assa elated ' charities " which make it business' proposition, the aidin- the poorV la It for. Durham alone to take the .risk, of being, negligent on tllis score? . -' '- ' The widow's mite, the rich man's million will relieve the hungry and cloth the cold backs. Hut, it may occur to some that, often money given for these purposes Is being diverted Into less worth channels And in our town we are offered hats, and boxes, and pitiful face stoward which to throw our gifts. There .are none wholly b?y), there are none wholly good; there are de- r-es of both. ! Who are the desert- fop, who the' Criminally toegligeut, tel Justly condemned:, ',...., .' "W 'iat js the, business sense of pro- luiscuoss i donations of :the sjoa- ksajicous giving? Are I'the'twaTr'lS ILrown to the swtae, of for the pur peats intended are they K'iug used? Because a man has lost an eye does not bid iair that he will be ad- t JadKcU' Incapable of earning a llven- hood! That a - man has become crippled by the toss of a Hub does n t justify his posing as a helpless, dciendcnt Individual. Hundreds of Iesi fortunate little folks are earn fog by toll and Ion hours .thHr keep In our mills. Tlicy assist those ot their families In filling Uie larder. Fjo a strong man urh, a calUtig as .public begging Is a'dugrac6, and he should be forced to yield bis re maining strength to build up our great city. There Is no excuse for permitting these false Intruders' stay In our mldat. Clear the luain thoroughfares of tnem. " it Is a disgrace to be without cm ploymcnt ir. m town where manufac ti ring goes on, as in this. Every man gels sork. If ho wants IL Wi are taxed by county and mate to support the really worthy. Not a man but U (iad to atut in this say ft, is, done la I businesslike way each paying avcording ta ils tsuie and income.' ' ! ' ' '" Charity begins at borne In tle rase, and ought to end here. Roam lag,, roving, tramping muM lo tu-cd bnt an opportunity to fain a living: we wj!l give It to then. Every raw oegbt to be investigated, hbeM, and licensed to a corner. And their past, their present and their future good b bavior guaranteed. Ea h church has Its poor; eah society, and fr.ternal organisation Its duties If the eouUy home is not Urge enough for the .deserving, organize some plan to build greater resting places for the young, the old the de t.-ialrirg hungry ones. Help them to get on their feet; If they re over strength, see that they work for their bread.' ' . , There Is a way. Others are work- Ing the plans; humanity Is relieved and every cent m s for the purpose of helping the helpless. ft dos swm odd that the governor of Nori Carolina it denied a powe p-MfH4 by a uuioVr of mayors of coHijmraUvi ly email (i icsihe veto. Thft elittaun.ua leetures among the congresfinen who were not re tWted hist fall bave the laugh on those whe were , ' 1Mb Ayrot k and Clark appear lo want the ofTi's to seek the man, but Kitrhln and Him morn are not so par ticular. Sore one for the corporation com mission. It hat actually fssutd ta order from wti'b. no appeal was taken. ' i h' I Whatever facts nuiv develop the place and work ' of r labor urKtmifa- tions will remain secure. Cleveland Leader. For the credit or the ujirjj ,i lemand siiiiip',!i leaders ought to demand simn.the evidence and the tritl4-i-J,'iullidol- phia Public Ledger. v .. The -charse made and the evidence thus far exposed are ftorj'.eei'Ums to be met by the counter-charge of a police Tramo-up.-Ch'tvigitJi i if rlbune. The fact that they are labor union officials proves' nothing and warrants no assumption ins to fifther; flbelr guilt or i theirt; mnocmu:e.--rft WIbso inter Ocean. 1 C - We can all afford to lie fair and sane; the,, accused, mill not .bevpnn- isncu : untess mcy are giniiy, auu their trial will e legal and tfclr.-- Chicago Record-Herald. The best "assurance to" offer the country nhw 'Js that .the men ,fp! bt tried at Los Angeles will bo pre sumed innocent until" ptoVn ifullty, and will get the beuelit of every doubt. St. Louis Globe Democrat. That a- public trial will at last make available all known facts con nected with the; blowing up ot the plant of the Los Angeles Times last October will have its satisfaction for the average citizen. St. Louis He public. , The authorities . should proceed with the utmost fairness and wlth scrupulous regard for the regularity of the piethous employed, so that no cry of persecution may be raised, such as was. raised in the Western f ederation of, Miners prosecution. New, York Tribune. , Bearing in, mind the Orchard con fession, and 's failure to convince the Moycr, j inry, 4 , and the stimulating $100, Dull reward at stake ip, this case, the general public will wait un til the trial brings put all the. facts about the Tunes explosion before passing j,, Judgment. Detroit, Free rress. No element In the country, baa a greater personal interest In seeing that the guilty are brought to pun ishment than the rank and file of organized ' labor. No element has suffered more from crimes of vio lence committed ostensibly" for lt benefit or has more to lose by the ctititlnuation of such 'crimes. New York World. " Waltcrvm ou the Eatt. It Is. a peculjar nilsfortune and an atnrury( of e.vjl that the peopty' of the east notably the' ' iieuplej''''. N'es York get ,thc!r tuearat '"austk-nanee chiefly' throuih the organs t'tie rich. , In the! bucolte days "bvVS'the war" the people the guYatcs sere fed (rn'ij the, same .(rough. Tbolr newjpa).-rs sang onlyJhe vir tues of .sl4yj?ry. Note othfs 'fteje allowed' to exist 4In the'fii'ulon wealth. ot (b east p'ilcJ up'tu'a fe hands sotjm, of It. jir datorj much of It siirur, from class lcR'nafln all of it more-or !, corrupHng It is easy to dotct a grbwlnr lUencss t the patrfrfanlsm of the old' south . Already .rfihcial conditions 'of life prcdomiffat;, Youn5 men are' reared to regard c'ntriiisiaj'ra 'as effeWnate. Young ionen are almrwt at f(!ucatd ia knowfuflSe (if evil as yolfifg' inen. The sex (llne "becomfS lcm'a'fl lens visible. '!ora( confus.' !r po litical 'oblih;!t. Caste .Ntlt'rtinmV press up on t!ft! comnionalTfy" hlrc and more, and har.ier' and barrtor. The foolith 'trnor either bate br emulate the fwdlssh rkh." Graft Is everywhere. Sfoin-jr-niaklpg acorn to have swarntwd simple patriotism and popular ideas. The newspapers are so used 1o this that they grow callous they take their comp'-ion frofii soefety, which Is well pleaded with itself finl want, things to re main as thty are a dissonant note d'ti'umed as the lnnorih'e of an outsider, or the outrroppmg of an archiiriM: ' lr wr.s Just so in 'the Caro lina. So yeas ar,o. He wW did 'hot bhoat for s'.Ocry wa an "--'l!Mfir.;.! The woiiit f lt Is that the rich 'arc overrea'iy t't'nt'm rvn.mnn ' rai; with the irc;5'ory rl h Ucrtiy Wat- lenson m i;iiviue Courier-Journal ' KesreMual llrmv Mr. - 8tradl'y, the farmer mntnt of f:"tharf-chiirth, a to pri-arh' there Sunday, but owing to the Imd weather yo c rr-itlent ha not-Wrne wheth-r or not he kpt hia-kiiioint. mrt. - We are sorry 1 1 rirt the contin ued lllnem of Mr Wi.liani Hudson, of 8-Utietiurg. Vs. She was no better at (ant reiort. - Mr. J. W, Mangiim, of Durham was vlrltliig relatives a-ound Kougemoot lart wk. We wre snrpri-d last Mondny to b'r of Mls Emma Co hrans tJng married. People around Kmigemoiit had not thonght of jii h a thing. M"r. John D-im-an .nd Ezra Wii- klnswere vinitott around our tiling Sunday afiernDos. , , The reporit r that the best rater tsinmtnt that b ben held at the Mngurn blg,h'ol In ejnlte a while. t b Id there. April ha 27tb. Mr.. Lo'i iUrm i1 .nns, Charlie and Joe, and Mr. and. Mrs.r W,il. MniMdim wure VMltort at Mr. and Mrs. Oscar MauitiHns Hiindif. ,, , t tumxA atitn I'lilliMophy. ' ( No good fo.rt. to n!)frt. " Ever, body want' the miiidle. art" the competition Is ti fe who'rafi raise the niiwt dust, This evtrt iwiwifin buniriciit I a mighty .jod'sign that they didn't know shat they were (here for when they arrived. ; llnnning l fine f tere entriw you haven't enonirh bre.lh left lo give a reaon for il!,heii yon rcaih the plart ft-here the road ends 'Al lans Const It n i ion, 8 A derision by the etecutlve com mittee of tbe Atnertesa federation of l.bor giving to the trsnlle enttors the right to- set cut-ot'tsnd At-tiring that rlrht to the perft ed Tkm -termed has bcea rendered reat!y. THIS 1YX VMITK O.tsT LlTKIt.VUY NOTE Go straight north into the great. Canadian wilderness by cauoe- in summer straight north, through .tUe Reindeer lake 'waterways, past, the old Hudson' Bay, company- post at the mouth of the Cochrane river and still farther, and twenty Utiles up the Cochrane, where the gray beav ers join the larger streams, you will find a Tog cabin, overgrown with wild baknec8h vine. In this cabu there lives the most' remarkable woman In all that vast north land stretching from civilization to the Arctic sea a woman so beautiful that travelers fonder that If it ii possible that she was born In the, w ilderness, and has live0lhere a.11 her lire. , She is the wife ot Jan Thoreau, the hero of James Oliver Curwood's powerful novel ot the far tiorth, ."The Honor of the Big Snows,'' recently . pub lished by the Bobbs-Merrlll company Just thirty years ago Melecse Cum mins was born up in the Lac Bain country on .the edge of tbe Darren lands, five hundred milestfrom civil ization, and in the years of girlhood a lid womanhood that have passed since then she has made herself tht Florence Nightingale of the nhrth. This woman, who has never, seen a great city, and who has never conn into personal touch "with the great civilization to the south, has done for the whites, hctt-breeds and In dians of a wilderness, what but few women have ever done for (heir kind in more civilized communities, and when, at Medicine Hat, Rudyard Kipling was told about, her, be said. What a splendid character for a book." .'Mothers , for hundreds of miles about her cabin home know Melcese Tboreaii, she travels hun reds of miles, In canoe and on dog ledge to rare for those who are sick aud during the summer and autumn months her cabin home is turned in to a school for tW little In-lian and white i bud run, who come lb her from many tniles around, Two years ago Were was a, small pox epidemic one hundred miles porlh of her home and for weeks Melecse nursed the sick, without taking the malady her self. - ' -.. And the beautiful romance of Mr Curwood's almost historical novel Is true, even to the tnscparableness of Jan Thoreau and his beautiful wife. Years have not dulled the epic lovt that began away up at Lae-Itaiu when Jaa firrt came to the baby Me lecse. Their story la a true story trie story of a Jean Valjean and a Cnrsette In real life; and it baa even been made, Jnto crude son by the wuq people oi lae nonu. - . BANGOR ; SWEPT BY 'FIRE WHICH WIPED BUSINESS SECTION l (Continued from. Page One.), iug vt.e Smith and Strickland build UgiS, lpcabd Jn a trlnnftlo forrndby Hammond and Central sn-ets ami Kondtiakeag stream,' but the fire ridged thd chasm and continued wl;h lihahated fury. ' , Help from out Me cities began to arrive soon nf'er 9 o'clotk, the Xu gasta d. p-vnn nt b'ehig the' first to arrive,' aud it was ats.'sned the duty Of, saving th.reIJentiI dis rk-t'lf .ptRlh!". 'The iliynes and Ctultners building the Hogkins block, the FbAe hulldlug, Fairbnnkc and company's httildir.it and the Ilaagor public 11 brary were among the buildings d stroyed cvly bf the fire. ; Tbe t'-lephone, the post office, the office ot the Hangor Dlly New., the Morse-Oliver block, a seven-.tory utrnctnre In which was located tbe office, of the Hangor sn. Aroostock railroad, be Windsor hotel and sev eral churches were later d:stroy.-J. The firemen, la their attempt to stop the fume, by dynamite In the buildings ai the Junction of Hammond and Ceiitra!, twk Jh'-ir stand farthr ta1 the nor h and preparaiion. were miiile'tu.blow up, buildings and mke a wider breach. ... ...... Ai Hl.Zu the fire w.s'raglng 'as nerc-ly a at any time, since the out breek, and the firemen had ahwolittely no control of 1L A large part ot the wholesale and, the entire retail dU trlct was in fltnie. and few, if any, of il, buildings seemed likely 't escaHi. In all section, of the city people were moving out ihoir belongings and hurrying to plane, of tafey. Many ere already homelrwi nd, with chiirch't and public buildings. In ruins, thre were few places where they could be care for. Telephone snd tclgrapb operators stark In their pn.i and tent out In formation and calls for help until they had not a moment to .pare to make their encape. Tbe Stearns building, Graham building, b rh school; 1'nlversa! let. Central nd First Congregation. St. J'jhn'a Kpkcopal, Advent and First Baptist churches; Kendiwkeag build ing, Noromlx rgo ball, in w hi' b Wat located the Gaiety theater; the Ex changq building, containing the t'nl verti'y of Maine s'h-ml of Uw, and Cnrv'r.l fire ttaiton were toon sdded to the list of burned fractures. flays an1 Mayers. Nest season new musical play I. to be produced entitled, "The Clairvoyant". The book is by F.d a.rd Pcple, 'author of "The-Prince Chap," and the music by Ktrl llos- chia. The pity which Blanche Ring wlb have to tuccced her present one will have Its book by Krirtr ftelwrn and bf wife, Margaret Mayo, while the music will be by Otto Hauerbaeb and Karl llonchna. Krrle llellcw will thortlr close hit season and will tpend a month rarhtlng along the eastern roast. In June he will tafl for England, tnd 111 return to America late In Aucuet to begin mother tour. Bill IS raft lev. the old Cleveland player. It looking tftcr the third station for Toronto, and doing ood werk. worm BESTiurr jiarmiagk. 'rof I'ctersnu Advncatf? Educational (ampalgu AgaluNt Insanity. Dr; Prederlck Peterson, professor of psychiatry at Columbia uuivereit lenltirlijg f the" Teachers' college pii The Causes ana prevention or Ner vous Diseases ana lusaniry,- aavo catcd Jaws designed to prevent mar riages ef the liisanh, the eulleptle and be feeble-minded, and urge . a cam paign of education, against alcobol- sm, to which, ho' declared, 2 per cont'of tbe cases of insanity are due. The most prevalent cause of Insanity, however, according ta I).'. Peterson, Is hereditary instability of the- nervous system, ;To eliminate this cause the state should pro Mbit marriages of the insane, the epileptic aud the feeble-; minded "A grave responsibility rests upon the clergy." said Dr. Peterson, to decreiso the number pf such mar riages'." a . i ; 'Twenty-five jier cent of the cases of Insanity " Dr. Peterson said, Mar due to strong drink. This is the aver age. Iu the Manhattan State Hospital for the Insane on Ward's Island tbe proportion it much greater. There oa er cent of the tnen and 23 per cent ot the women are Insane through the use of alcohol. Medical men are i roused as never before to 4 he neces- !ty of restricting the sale of alco holic beverages. A campaign ot edit- cUon to the only efficient method of fightbig alcoholism. Prohibition has proved Itself iinsuccensful The edu cational campaign should be one of advertisement." - ' 1 Dr. 'Peterson would have the facts ibout alcohol sa a cause of insanity, disease and poverty brought to the attention ot the people through the agency of newspaper advertisement. bulletins posted In public places, and by printing the Information ou - pre scription bmnks, on business letter paper, snd elscwuete.' i ; "Mental habltt tnd Immoral living are responsible for an appreciable shaTc'bf Insanity," 'said Dr. Petersen. "Here, again, a campaign of educa tion Is necessary, but -our 'moral hyprochsy keejit the facts obscure." New York Times. ' TflK FIRST SHOOT. And roi arises, by the by, ' A question moot. For in my garden I descry A tiny shoot, My hired man saya It la a bet And advocates lta vict with beat. A t.ei?hbor versed In garden dote ',, Ats the way ' ; Caajo; over with a mli roecope ' J "iie other day, " .'. f Cxaiiiincd this shoot of rnitie. " ' He said it as a pumpkin vine. Another friend, a careful man. Demurs Lo tbst, . And saya It's nothing other than . A marrowfat. . And su.j'm, la tbe dark. Indeed, t guess it's Juat a Jliusun ,Ced. ; , Washington Herald. It l'ATS ALL EXPENSES. PrrsonaTly rsadartrl Tear Is Wk. It.ft.-s, D. C, Jlaj ti, 1911, Via nr. folk Soathrra Ka!lr.4 and orfik ' a4 ri4S.cta Stetmbfist (', It eluding Attracthe Mdc-lrlpt te Vlr. gtala Rcsrh, Xetat Teraea at4 Arlitprtea. " Profc Frank M. I!arfer, tuperlnten- dent Raleigh schmdt, will take a party of ttudenti of the senior grades ot the Raleigh public icboolt to Washington, D. C, for ta educational tour on Mty 23fh. Prof, Hsrper will not restrict hit party to any locailt). but Invite any one of good character to Join. The purpose of lb. tour ta edues tlonal; a trip to no other place it so mttractlve and Interesting as to the baiitifui rllv of Wnhinrtnn lS aal of our national aniirtimf.i Tk, JRaUlsh. H'ln.a and OnlitaW-, roanPt OJr "WO"1 govertiment. The COO-, , t jJ-inu, lttt a, c. U Vraliw aorit great will be in (extraordinary) aes-l" snd iK.i uu.r- whs a. -'. .1,... ' 1. tra.na for Mlmlnta: ala wt.k ' , ii'arruia BO'i.h.ra ' Interesting features of the program i -trh4 cur an rill be a reception st the wh,e kow! rui"'', iimt1", oy. rresiaeni Tart and a vlalt to the capltol of the United Slates, ahert the No.-ta Caroliaa senatort snd repre tititaUvet will welcome the psrty. A tide trip will be made to Mount Vernon, the home ot our Brat presi dent . Still another enil.llv Inf. r,.Mna .M. - - . . . - - - .. - - i at ro tHO. will be to Arlington, the home of 1 t a. m t K. tt weatMund threuth tbe great southern chieftain. General Robert Mward 11. The Journey up and dowa the hlt- torc Potomac rirer on the palatial new etettner.-Southltnd," of the Nor folk and Washington Rtettubwat com pany, will be one delight after an other. The entire trip will be full of Interest. Write Prof. Frank M. Harper. Ha leigh, for Illustrated booklet giving complete details' of the trip, or call upon any agent of the Norfolk South ern railrotd. C I. V. CONN, T. P. A. Norfolk Southern R. It, , Rsielgh. N C C-ret!y lUHiured lutes. ' WHTHEK BIPTIHT fOSTESTIOS .Mkaosvllle, lis. May 11.17th. ' Norfolk and Kouthern railrotd will sell tlcaeta from all stationli,"',,r,a wll lb '' trains aKa ii unr-e to iiaon Vllle, rta,, May 14th, nth, ICtb tnd 17th. Following will be the round trip fare from Points Indicated tleaufort, N. C Itelhtven, N. C, , , , , Ellxabeth City, hi. C. . . Kdenlon, N. C. . , ,, ..Ill & .. 11.70 . 70.70 . . 19.10 ..' 1M.V .. 17.2& .. 11.(0 .. in til Greenville, N. C. , , ,, Kintton, N, C. , ,, New Hern, N. C, . ,, Norfolk, Va. .. .. ,, Washington, N. C. , . Wilaon, N. C Ticket t limited to return Mty Sltt, 1911. For complete Information, anolr (p any Ticket Agent, or tddreea, W. W. cnOXTON, 0. P. A., Norfolk, Va. NOKFOLK bOUTIIKKN It. IL CO.. Change of Schcdule.Ueaufort District Effectlvs Sunday, Jsnuary -0, 1IU Effective Sunday, January 29th,. schedule of Nlghf Express wlll .be changed. Train 16 will leave Golds-. - Boro at iv. lo p. ui., e """" 11.10 p. m;," leave New Bern at 12.30 Hi., and arrive Washington at 2.10 a. m., arrive Norfolk 8 a. m. Train 15 will leave Washington at 2.80 a. m., arrive New Bern at- 4.05 a. m., leave New Bern aj 4.10 a- m., arrive Kinston 6.28 a. m., arrlvs OoldBboro at 6-20 a. m. Eastbound train No. 1 leaving Ooldsboro at 10.15 p. m- will reeeJvs 1 connections from the Southern Rail way and A. C. from the north and SUUlUt "t -' Westbound train 15 will connect ; at Goldtboro with the Southern Rati- way westbound, and with the 4 C. L. north and southbound. - ;-,! , Effective same date train Ne. will leave New' Bern at 0.25 p. m.,' leave Kinston at 6.45 p. m., and ar rive Goldsboro at 7,45 p. m. ' gera may make direct connection at Goldtboro with all linet without lay over. :. " ' The schedule of the Night ExpretT trains Nos. S and 6, carrying Pull man Sleeping cart bttseen Norfolk; and Raleigh, via Washington, Green vllle and Wilson, will remain as a: present. - W. W, CROXTON, ? General Passenger Agent NORFOLK SOUTHERN RAILROAD. . n...i 1 iv. .-.. . "WisM Express" Trtvel by Tlalelgh (Union Station) and Norfolk Southern Railroad, 'to and from all points In Eastern North Carolina. - '-. " . (Schedule la effect Jaetary s) The following tcbedule Dguret pub lished at iufomatlou only and are not guaranteed. . Trains Leave Balelgh. :15 p. m.. dally "Night Eprese Pullman tleeptng car for Norfolk. 6:15 a. m, dally For Wilton, Wtih Ington and Norfolk, -psrlor car be tween New Bern and Norfolk. 6:13 a. m. daily, ttcept Buoday for New Bern vlaXhocowinlty. ):0v p. tn. dairy, except Sunday, for v ttnuigion. , , , Tralus Arrive Ralrlgk, 7:20. a. m. duliy 11:20 a. m. ially, except Sunday And 8:00 p. m. dally. Traits Leavt Geldsbera, 10:15 p. m daily ''Night Ei press." Pullman tlu.ilug car Ijt tirtok, la Sew Here. . 7:15 a. m. dally for Bca-.fort and Norfolk, parlor car be.weea NW Ltera and Norfolk.. :20 p. m. daily,, far. New Bera, OrVutal and Ueauukt . , ... For further Information and reaer vatiou. of Pullman tleeplug car tpace, apply to IK T. Cona, & P. A, RlUh. W. R. HCDSON, 4 , General dupL . W. W. CUOXTOX General Fata. Agt x Norfi. Vs. SOUTHERN RAILWAY Schedule. . ' tt. It. TttM ttatrae sre -M1nh as lBf'rnUa ai mtm s iwiuim 1 te a. m.: No, 111. .iHuna. sattf for JUU-lli. B-ittiS o4 OolOdmr. -.. M-eiinK with A. C l trmlne rotas' srta at eim; at ituptaimre wits x C. 1. train tor tkitrnliurtan: aUo wk j Variolic Soothers Ir.la fr fm Peru, ! Mor-hd cur uTrato'i'w" man Dlvrnl-a Cara tf.m t r r . iH.rm la 11 . 1m1 l-K 11.11 a. m.i Ko. .a autKnu-S 9n . lfJn,r..ia UA,.th . , - .... u.. ne iioaufort. K t tmntmnni. tar K H.tmi and tfXj.l.l. n. ' ain. ti a. i U trat aouia for Varettevilie, tn st CoJt- rmj ao V HaiiBL 1 IS . Ih.: Ko. lit. wrattteuna for itotUKira, conna-tlut iraina noes aorta IM iwitK alao foe Aahali sat Kn.ivill. I'dllmaa Slaanlas i ll nanai4 n Ihli Irmts e- l:all-B and Oraenahnra. 'af ! ! -tala lor Secuiwacr at t.e train lr-m utllnbare-f turtiaat Auk. villa. Ilan.ll.a uthr luiloav par. tor ear. Ooij.tw.ro is A.h.rllla. cn a-ta st Ora.if.bare wltS taala ilae tratna aorta and aou.h. t p. m.; N.j, u. waattMme4 fe Il . - 1 I .w. w ...... ,..-...., v. ii.nuir, inrouin ' 1 1 1 , in K a ltr from KaiiS-r)urria-t la At--'., C'annerta st Ura-aaboea arltif nain Una trains for ta north sad aoutb. alae fur Sahavgla, lUaavUie sod tmtat, - ".I Ke, tit arrlvae Durham, dallr i rapt Sundar from Hlrhrnoad. K.ravlila. Makw aft !! ItUrmadiate tot. a. m.: fix lf Ism Dorham. dallr evratit .uadav foe Kavavlll. Klrtimond. Malta ail local latarmadl ate ioa. "' l- m- rf T Arrtvae PrtoL Jaltr, from Keyavllla, and l-avaa tt I fr fUttKh. Mk tu w tntarnta. dial ..(., Itk.a up ennnactloa at kVtU from Mo. 1, arhUh l-a- lii-hmood f it a. a; srrtvae KertvlUe t tt a. m. !, I JS p. si o, in, tally, trrteae ".rha-t from Hllh. tad ! at .a. m. for K.Mrlll.. ti.kra all or-al Intarmmlla.a aior,a, li.nvara evnnaetlon at K.ravlila la Ka, 14 whlrd h baas chanitad to l-a.a K.ravlila T p. m.; serlva Htnftmond. t . Und iun,;r.. "r,"u.ui,a: traftsi Koa. It and fd batwa rn'nmnnfl ana Mief, and No a. lit rid II betara.n Koftvllla end fhif hadl dlav,ntln(i4 and aaaaaneara will not ta hand 1.4 ...ar.afi.r en fr1ht Iralea Nna. II tnd l Satws Mao ehMiaf ar.d Kay.vllla, eor en mla-a train Hot, , itt 74, and 7 lwn Karavllla and t.irham. t.ffrtl-a aama data, ic.nhaf t. Ittt, lh ftiloarine o.hr enana.a as Kite- mi? I """n wara aiao tnadai no. a, i '-a . ve fianvllla I It a. m.. Kava. Jllla 114 s. sd arrive tdrhmond I I. ro. Will rhaka all nl e.'.pe winvllla to kataoin.! .1.. u. herrln and ilurk.Tllia and fiirthar amp t aotnta aaat nf K-ra-uia i. ; .v. . . . l.S1"',n, fr,m "'"e wl th.r-nl, Ilia ,' ',' In"tla t a, an, until, atond t ot a. to, i Tnt f.irthae lr,fn,m. Ham turn rf . . Jom hers tiaUwty ticket at vol, st a . u.r. cnr, j. o. joidita, (Jan. t'aaa. Ae, Trav. faaa. AffSMt m mi ,.....V.:. i . "IT'ft T- V a, w, nvwF.nii; I aa TatSet - aaraa-. t